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vu.i uonT BARBADOS ADVOCATE sATI RI>\Y -.1 II F.MDI R • I'I'I Eng] stand's Football Team Of To-morrow First XI Cricket Series End To-dayi KEE1S STRUGGLES ANTICIPATED W^VWV/iV/^/////////,V//'AV/>',v, EUwen Hoys Selected To Face Internationals By DESMOND HACKETT LONDON. %  < i %  P— to y, or Holism do not %  in M0tr 900MI liv.->. but rerm-mber • hew : 'if arc the up-and-con i • before tbe POTT wu on f mdm opt in tho 052 •TOO bava l dad Gets 6 Race Horses From I .K. %  s ... %  1 Hch would giv n „ (|t c „ e ifT I U g.Vsyou %  I % %  . t it.ru g| i UU lOfl I %  R* k<->.wld< (Spur i IF HNE WEATHER PREVAILS TUX fourth mtim ,.i rtnt XI cricket gamai will tx i "minded to-day. when B.C.A. lixtui.-.s continue Muidi..i>iv uiu-ifri Tares ItiH'ksurk Men, Leave On World trip %  'TIM of LUmft 21 part*] ( tiin Iffalkai (U rbj County) 22 •-.. %  t >ii ll> ntiusivu Darby County) \..rni4n !*<.<• Wolvesl They %  %  niin-i rncfll'. T T C AaaOtht also for DecemAlexanrter Chins Persian Yi. brown Elv^li^^ %  Did English Mi •(< i England. %  i I i led 4it Aiima. ru or thaaa the mon i>"\ iwrhaps H |* :i Spartan and Empire are playing me In ICtll IiXture Spartan IB it m ii.Tii ::i! Innioga, and I AU3SRSHOT HUJ HliUrtu rtl ,1 taw .hilling!." oriwwii them have given up their jobs and twe years of their live* to worn thMi langu at \ -n assistant cinema manager 1S2 at Farnrwrough, Hants. Douglas. 22, a salesman. At Black Rock. Carllon are in mouth Road. Hvndon, and l>m *" a strong position against Y M PC Malbon. 20. a ear hm | IKSi ir. gra Cartton 129: and (for Oharlesfleld Road. Itugi^ muBRi into action during tho -Spurs 7 wMs. dee.) IS1. Y.M P ( 71. Travel loe H. fitted so smoothly into th %  end (for 3 artr&j | 1* -• ,m relay they leave fi that tab ivraj %  •IT) Klrllr. 9 run llolion (Artenuli nubble Hoksson iFulliamt IVrr' Coats* I %  %  %  %  11 : %  -nd Crdlea* are ol.-n .i... Victoria .... the Orat ntage i ihe College The ilrst innlnca Calais—by paying their (ares, n eaj-h case. From then on luxury ia out. i l-een CoOean IM — by Camming*—— ANYTHING YOU CAN DO I CAN 00 BETTER.. I.10 nipl. Car w arm-lip—Than Gome Mood Prato I..MII -t *>1CMI'i-n Am like Wright, he I tasWnl. AttoeUas Urjie aim Walker, a hallbaek wttb an attacking urge, geu %  n early chance in place <>l mnireo team captain Walter .\iiiMioii. %  n MO .Magic Midge. %  %  larlaf on Uw openini i.eugue i„ n n g aqulpmeni used by inA K* Lation inr his llisl big d Hi rtn iicloudbunt that Bood ana aloni to Bj ,\ \ ould hove Axthui !( % %  • whoi !,' bad bettor apparatus than tboii iilatoa wire which lot the %  blow out After mv successful runs oil bustling Moodaj (wboo he broke 18 i Ufl Holtor %  bn I % % %  hopini to belter 1 -'nget'be limes. earl) run -it contn ''' %  '' "i 1 to Prklaj nwrnlng UM Holton MI rated the l fd in 'rials. Doo iray 1 a boy thoy %  I on from the The lesj gjr, thoiighifui bvd n> %  .. Insislenl Claim And ''"in Hit North-Ba i clatnt foi Harry Kirli>;,. who m hii off-8ocxoi ntornenta in ip| tii %  |i" i'ii..i' %  • i II iin They may become farm hands, cafe helper-, lumberjack', lorryillori—anyUalfuj to-pay their way along the projected route through Belgiu:n. Holland. mAc*, Spam, llaly. across to North Africa, and down to South Afri. a. t,n (.. India ttM Fur East. Singapore. Australia. America and C.ni.nt., their rucksacks will be M than ii change of sleeping bag;., | '--king II ml maps. lll keep a log to write look aflcfward* Lr %  still equipment repaired. b .i .. 14n lie run tenh m t<-! ,,i ton i are thankful U) have Ron U.\MlO> ..round He a..iModod dui Inj tha i'..ponnasjen trip when Tod Ditchi 'ii-i ^.is hurt Tins illek-AMving, lim man bOOa m i No 1 ,hi.,. I>e home till late in the U'orlrf (opi/ricfi yea r T 1 pvir roUow rhoaa ni UM to UM %  a'to %  %  %  i .in he.u crowd ..ii.i j .OKI.I rluer. i ull T*dfod \\ onion's riub Low vi Hoekei i Or-SPAIN, s.pt Trinidad women's hoekev team %  •ii 1-0 tn their n|(eijn match in lit;., by the <:• Club. The home team hud five mtercolonlals In thotr line-up. M tho Tiimrtad players did well to hold them down to a single soul In their rirst rnateh in B H SERIES "M" ON SALE Already Series "M" tickets aic '•eing sold Pot the Autumn MertI ' the B.T.C %  ( UM B : aM Ihat i %  lUttO well w hut's On Today Pl.ll.e I niirU IUWU 4 ,„. Meeting id in. lluu.inc Httaru lu.00 a.m. Tluid Days play M f the Fourth scries ,.i Ursi |iiVMIUII tnd lnU-r mediate cricket ...in., .md Beoaad n\ of the Sixth Series ol Second Olvlslun ganm at the various grounds:— tint Hi"i,.„ Wanderers vs. | "ii,i.. 11, i m i it . SparUn n l.mplre at Park, < iiniui vs. \ M Ii at ( .irli.il, and < olWr n Police at College. Intermediate Division: Pickwick vs. Wanderen at Oval. Empire vs. SparUn at Hank Hall, Keilmrnt va. Cable A Wlrelew. at i. in, and Vtinriward vs. Menial at Congo Kn.ut %  aeawd im-utnn; v M rt i Police at Boaklaj Koad. I ..unit.in.., i Empire at Foundation. Leeward vs. I "die at Foster's. Ccn!r,i| v. Wanderers at Vsuclusc ,n.t Comhermere v*. flekwieh at Combermere \*.A 'nun. i c .HHI-.I II Ml. INM.ril. %  pm — %  ra **.*. %tI 1 bcyTl Do It Every Time Bv Jimmy I [ado %  j T.Me.'ARE>OU [ ALL WIMOCD FRO 1 CMAGNG AJ. THE ^ AHO DOTT TELL *E YOU Ofc.y CO IT ONCE A YEAR.' I OiOTsIT -**>.r MOSTARO'} Sir COwfJ.' LCTff OO WOVtE'* "< OFF,ce px:sV/K n l\ i fHANI BROS. Pr. H'm. llry. Mm — HI M .:1M. ,'.VAW/.// TAP HarbadoH Police Hunt! CLASSICAL CONCERT ST. CECILIA BARRACKS Passage Road Sunday 9th Sept. 8.30 p.m. ADMISSION 1/ Fascinating French Crepes per f-1.12 yard -9 1 Fancyful Flowered Spuns per tl.20 yard^ 1 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10—11 BroaH Strcci J ask for Hj Gussoni LtXLRY TOILET SOAPS IMPfRKI. LIAinfU • IIM'I N BLOSSOM • BUT HYACINTH YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT FROM CODRINOTON Rainfall; ul Inches Total Rainfall for month to date i no inches. Highest Tem par store: *•..'> F. Lowest Temperature: 73.S F. Wind Velocity: 7 miles per hour Barotnnar: <9 a.m.) an 916. C8 p.m.) 39 Ml. I\ia \i„ln> Visitni ii >iom.n pttrtM mi i-iili-i'O'iiimii-nlit tlf fftmr fl ha il*' awM.iM?" tertAY. p0 L' EDINBU RGH SCOTLA ND The British Council WAKRI.'1'IJ) WIIITt PAKK A I'ijuwfiirlr Kerilal tlX'lL JACK 'Si Vincetiu MtltMSIIAl •trriNsii %  ah >i %  sa "• A GRAND DANCE Mn OLoI onaOM t A.ht.i.1 lll.r. .1.1.1 A, MlOSS .. 1 i MCINIIAV NIUHT lOlli 1 aeplnnlwr. IHI ) Al IhUNITFO MK-IAI I MarchHrM. Si PhlHr 1 iKHMnj t-nl It' Ilu hlMBf is as good as ...a llm if MI-*> ILSO A MAN) HI I ariU IM a Mi mi ... DANCE -huh olll br F>*I4 ul J in\. r\ih HOI M | •asa n oa i Niihi IBM %  ,.M uaMrsssajoai J I %  i" Mr iis.iv tinnnun W rFRr*HMVNTs''.iS SAI l". A Biscuit it's Pastry— CRAWFORD'S BISCUITS are justly famous for their exquisite pastry. TRY THESE FAVOURITES PUFF CREAMS TR1-FRUIT PUFFS SWEET ASSORTED CREAM CRACKERS MANNING & CO.. LTD. AGENTS RfMmnn— IT'S THE PASTRY COUNTS THAT NOTICE The Public is hereby notified that we will be shortly TII.WSI I IIIIIM. Ol II Hi SIM'.SS III Ol II MA* I'SJI >IISIS. V. .t.t. Ilroiiil Slrrt'l. opposite Messrs DaCosIa & Co. Lower Broad Street. HI OTIC E OI'R Cl'1TOMKRS ARE ASKEP TO NOTE THAT OIR IVORKSIIOI' ANI> SERVICING DEPARTMENTS Wll.l. BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEP"tMBER AND WILL RK-OPEN ACAIN ON MONDAY. HTP SIPTEMBKR. 1931. SO AS TO ENABLE OUR PERSONNEL Tl. II WE THEIR \\M M. I. WE. A SKELETON STAI t WILL BE AVAIL ABLE KOR I MERC.ENCIES (INLY. IHR OIKICE. GASOLINE. S.PRAYP.MNTING, P\KTS AND AC < I'SSOKIES DEPARTMENTS WILL BE OPEN EOR BUSINESS AS USUAL .::'.:'.•.::','.'.:::'.'. %  .'.'.'.'.'.:'.'* COURTESY WHITE PARK ROAD 4.\II\4.K — DIAL 4616 The sir n of QnElltr PHONF 445. W'hi'ri'ti'r ihi> .XPIHI RED HAND PAINTS PKOVIDL IIH-IAHIP ]:;0T1(T10\ FOB I MlltlOKS AMI Hic.il i I \" DBOOKATION FOR IMH;IIII> Kill II \M> II UD '.I OM Tulni (irrc-n 'S' OnJessj, *S' Whltr. RID HAND IKIII'll II VMM II Rrlains iti ulu BJ i> ii UVD BPI i i U t Uatn For rxlrrlors and liitrrlors. Qrarji !>"* Oref, Ifrlos Light Oark BtOM iijh Bi ...ii Kl D 11 IND PI BM INI N I QR1 I H Hull <.r. t mil re .' if" %  IM I> II \\li MMIVin II M OB PAINT For nil.rit.f-. I rr.im While OTOOss, I;III II \ N ii i IIN ( v,\ II 11 CM %  |'\INT> Grei Mhl Qreei Brigi.* It*d. WILKINSON *\ IIAYNES CO., LTD.



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SATl'RIl.W N| I'll MiiHR s. I9JI i IRU .Ini> \n\ in ATE PAGI TIIRIF. TASPOHITS TOP IN ENTERTAINMENT Steel Band Plays At Savoy Hotel --. tf : w o mits II it.(.isi IAIIII .: >ON The Tunidad steel band now louring England climbed to one of the topmost poiks of the British entertainment world—the Savoy Hotol, London, whti %  playinc in cal Rolling their oil-drums into the Savoy, whieb tan command the pick of the WrOrid'l Hnescnlwtrel artistes, members of tha Trinidad All S*vl Parcuaakm Orchestra chalked up another mark on the record of their historvm.iking stay in Britain. Rainstorms. I U-.-.ilHit Trinidad HOUSES FLOODED ROADS BLOCKED IAS I ..-'. .i ilUC programme mid ha* %  woild i will uy on lor a %  %  %  Ihe tour i>l tha piovlnces. playing In iUlh dance-halls, we sh >)1 OM> tainl] anna for tham to coconut tree, and lar " ^ aw**" to telie iraea that fail aid h "" TASPO I storm. Tamporan lias i-"t K"< : baan provided fa* manv who ara cr, and Bo < aribbean left boraalai %  Haam lol I destruction of poultry and crap MOTM Baptlata, (he T ri pldadia n has been reported. Acre* of cabaret star, is oui | l tomatoes and lemon;'. >been washed m u-ni, but .i new arrival wind tha luphacl da Leon. roar more than 12 feet over .. (infer. banks eftei term, leavone mJU* .. Britain ing the lands around di ... ,,.,„, TASPO when i! I telei Laton appearance U.K. Hat* V53S>0<) Par Jamaica tUttt COUCH MIIII So l.i N DON. Sept ~ %  have been colBritaia Ice iha iiuifii I Bui that is small pared <„ the turns expected during the naxl few an Bear) . town, urban dl i. and borough in Great Brit-, DM baaa asked to launch the (or Jamaica, and the first I M will (>i the futirt hnva IMT active arranging m (unctions and COUacUni d .lothing for Jamaica coUaatasj 900 haa been paid throua* na • The ranaaiaing tis.ioo has arrived in cheques of various i .1. nr-nnnations :.l the West |ndl. CommtUea office Stop that Cough! i %  ruats COUCH in/iacis S'ld irfiUlifif. Illllc .ouv'ds la hi aie ready to b aaaaal throat 0) mo* ii cooo cniMftrs AMI •jsaM i 4. OJutlUa >> a in., %  h i.i<..n %  A :<2VEAR OLD Vlauuee> rhanflmr. Alois Sk'. Iran, docided to heconie thf> "World* biggam aater"A tiUr ha uintd h< M -''tuts LM iw 'KK* laaaenai Vita four poiuida of raw horse flesh, a feat which took him 4 bean, > nUaatea. 12 sacoud' After maklag it known th.it lie wonld < might die from over eating His perron waned l>y madid I anthontiethat i l..me crowd in Vfeiiaa BZPMBH been sweeping the Houses were carried i floods, while some HOUSES SOLD BLACK MARKET '%  >Ki' OK-SI'AIN. 'Don'Is' lor T'tlatl Itarrislcrs i Pr win Our OH i. %  PORT-Or-flPAlI Ben I Trtnidud baxflatan ertu have in abide by %  Mcerta" In the near futuio. Aecordlnfl to .. Bat, b.n 11 !ei an i %  from. ia> duinjt tling do h as the writing of lett, ages and the preparatii rnenai tor tha m %  balf-houi show called "Carib%  i.-t." rxlric Connor and lei's company, all old Hands at television, were also in [Lord KHjcnener araa making his first television broadI l hundred miles from London, people who had %  %  %  %  %  van A high nuc '„( oflkial lunajaatad that ma antira ,,i ahoa mtghl I I 'he anal Radio Show, no* baUig held 10.000,000 Notes In New B. W.I. Currency Change LONDON, An initial ordei ol 10,000.000 nolei is being Riled by tuiiknutf printers in England fur the c taking place in tin* Ea n Caribbean C by a Colonial (>'!> 5we.Kn8TOrm.c5 d '.',"',;:: %  r:?;.,„;*, for many y< 1 uaestentay. is luading sugar and %  %  inada Shj brought little enrgo tron. DrlUah Guiana and Trinidad. ln1 hiding printed matter, mediUnnad butter, cotMlenartl milk, ohaaaa, drtad trutt, shirts. .r.i battariaa The Canafuetor is expected to It piojuitii ,,. Barbudois on her homeon Sunday nigh' .,1 to Meaars Austin A Co. Md including enl at theae lota. DECREE ABSOLUTE he purchaai arrl I u lno Court for Divorce ami ' \rt %  tartal Matrili ial cauaea. The .... %  iMlies and other Municipal ,, t c ( f j,,,)^-. Sir Allan ctivitiea have been brought to CoUymora voaterday pgonounoad Phov %  tat l< ol coi ,,,,,. abaoluta In tha can ' ; [...iniciHe .mil t.ninal ducunienl |< ^\ j; u/iles petitioner and 11 I %  owns.:.. ixpcno ,. h eld. Including a rn-" >Y it i> Wii.-s. respundent Audit Deparbnant In rafarM, W W. Reece, K C. In* and tnu-rv-ffw* t_ ,1 e I itllc hi nactlon wltta vhlcji Ihwy a ehaiica to see the best of ie are or wore engagei (c) Insertradto and taievhuon programmes lng "barrister-all. ah BftuaU) baU| broi names i>n letter heads us this is — %  %  .•. *_ "not in aecord.niio arlth proCarnival Atmosphere fcssional etiquette". l the two televunon .studios ting themseives to be photoi< AU-xamler Palace, on the northgraphed with an i i outskirts of London, the Weal or any client; (el supply photo(ndl imaged to create graphs of themselves for : the atmoaphi tProm Our Own Car rpondnt %  PORT-OP-SPAIN. Basl Government has decided %  ppoltM .1 CorAaanalon lo Inajulra Into the ohvumabuacai auiTounding the escuin-i i' by 50, 20. iii and tuo-eent pieces in iupnniekoi and oi alf-ctnt to (1 |„, in hronzi .i %  ill be iH] HI r %  i balances of the Council I by CotUe Calfojd 4 O appet retl for P M %  irsii •. > K Wiles Famous Brilish-Built MORRIS MINOR scores new success Hare la a four-door, lour MaMI family aaloon -aamall ear la a vary big way with *< i oaamoaa tlon for four H.1U1IH nippy IB (ntmv.eaav to iurk. ami Ufa* lu drlva. Corruption Hi 1'iUi %  I %  ."ke 70 feet long, had a bamboo badedrop ,t one and in front of %  huh TASPO played. Al %  < araa %  highly. .;. urad %  : fbf the lie awam the shaik-iniv-.ii ,i from Carrera buand to the American Base ut Polnte Gourde and there stayed in hiding aaUni tnangiK.'s unUl he was able t steal a bkycie han ha lournajed to] • atuhs. Ban Juan, -Don't hit ma" he ••x.laina-d tit tiie poUcC Gordon will be charged in oie of the polara Courts shortly (Ivei 100 cldt I., lha Salvation Army Hall. Welld. Ington Btraet, to the* two gathered %  .hem from ;d| their States of I equipment. There were I %  ith liiiir of cameraman and asslstTbe hall was packed and the diKtiibuiion was ktopped for a time as the any. iound iheatudio, lllv xho theclolh%  travelling microphone slung on ing were MrsB. D. Mottley. Miss lb* i-^im and E Holder and Mr. D. Gieeiiuige large numbers of laatps of all shape* and sl*es. Men d ished condirectlni %  teating lights, mnvinu fiiniitin .',] over ti,.Hoof, like arrltli m thi rnldal >f It all. TAi I iii lik.' a vetar ui tahr* I completelv unperturlx'd b> tha i i In his dreaami m i It Commr seni age tome lo the V.' havo lean what I has done. Now I don't want %  j hear any Wesi Indian say v haven't got B culture" B.t'.r. %  Revenue Increase PAIN Sepi .f tha l • .. i *ald t'w Mi \ v A Lamb $1,000 REWARD %  %  %  %  . %  . i I", thl %  • It,! VIEW HMIi Mhi.te LldHf tTtiaiaC %  • % %  %  aaliM FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sola Diltribulra Phone 4504 f f m I. %  '-" *r 'PHEIK good looki tell you thry'rr ju%l right. Vou know, too, when you look at the price ( tag, that you can't get finer value. Illu-lraled ia a Two-tone Brogue. Tied to every pair is tbe John While Guarantee Shield—the tifrn which mean'y'ujl right'! Look fur it in leading stores in fiarbadva. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right MHigh Blood Pressure Kins Men & Women %  auta are H %  If* an-l I Pr— ixiMUtkiii. -r. If 7(H j -SIISIIIIIIS" GET SOX/I Ki\ FOR FAST COOL ftELOBT NOXXfiMA hi the only leading SUNBURN CREAM %  ..... 1 COOi ic-dients cool, S3oothe Jnstaii' %  at i.'idi. SOOTHK> .,il and moisture emulsion— It feels so wonderfully soothing on yuui hot. : km. i HEI.PS IIMAI. Noxienvi I as a mavvtllou mexiiila—helps spoed healing *f hot, arf, NOX/1M4 A Nil DOESN'T STAIN ll NOXZKM \ in lh• often rt U • in U I atht tie • di* ^ '• *"i" - -You'n ^1 Sm I took iira't adv>ia F-aT div I Ktag Opirej. w*.h:J a-.i Jut •ad arrmi. toaad up <->• nuMWt PROTECT YOUR EYES with Opfrex ,. %  E t EVE LOTION 15235 • i THII mi J Tb MI of to* *r "*• """ b-nag .nouM W I**:ihy fkih


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PACE FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1M1 BARBADOS &#A0\ (D&TE SuUiriln\. September H. Ml ~TIIE IMAMIIV THE | Chairman of tha Si Ived the question ol > %  Secondary Sd* I I whh *' must be | In the first ploL-e. I be commendable on the pan Hillgnil to I %  modying now existing in the schools, it is no part (ri od that body to supply schools Thi ceclent lui Muh action. The pi' Michael's Girls' School was tb result <ht well lie considered whether a third girls' school should be situated within such close proximity to Queen's and the St. Ml hael'i Girls' School ln this case too, ii might be ol some advantage to establish junior and senior SChooll of to erei t %  school In tome other distnct Whet* it would cater to children in the OUtlylng parishes Thrsare issues which might easily he overlooked by thi snj ofhei body spurred by the best intentions menly because of its lack ol comprehensive '. information as to the overall educational I needs ol the island. And Anally there is the legal ;< ipeel Springfield, now known as the DeaMTJ because it is the residence of the Hector ol St Michael and Dean of St. Michael's Cathedral, was bought and vested m the Rector and his The question BS to whether ii., D> U %  'ho right to give and the V< accept tha property must be settled Brat; ami. seeing that it is not incumbent upon the Vestry to schools it might he well for the initial suggestion It) be submitted to the Govern' or in-Executive Committee before any decision is taken. Even A Persian Honkcy < OK id See What's Uoing To Happen Here PULL up the carpel to Ml on. 11 • Kl \M I II MM \II.AV % %  '">' ... .. n, Ihink it up from the Abdan storage tanks. There is in. paraffin fr lighting %  I "' which " to be imbitler iMar.utac\t*dan. .-, In the %  .-hen i kill me, bin Q hil r up %  %  %  insufficient security in Pei in %  %  ; %  imp ott Into rviln. M^sjjuleg. who % %  does ot •.his pnib%  | i < the eJlfT. in, will !><• I %  Much or Avcri'll Hs %  I i.. Hai rbnaa Than ire ml number ho una> rsti %  %  risibility since the itioti %  about Us heartily KUppori. MoaNi Uonel tr\ %  It knows %  %  %  %  •.MIT I %  i tine would to Ihfl i I Ev-n if lh.il Ibf inedibility, ualeai m • thing quickly, of *. i The Gleam lt in* IIIIK r Hut* 11 lla U ;.n M \K4 II pi hei wits Angto-I MAKfU 111 nian, is % %  Persia votes UUMUOO Britain %  Illegal." ATRIL M: fluawln Ala, Mi %  I. \t •! Bi • 111 apBepti Ui nalfcuUOB.* •i iYt> I iln asks Hague ii M Mi Waurttu* %  of! Abadan. U Ol -I lord Privy Seal, ler i \i <;i vi n Talks break %  W I.I v| !i | % %  ft mug oil Dt Ol the murta play in kevpHIB I itale ol siokr %  %  ..irrleil by cryptleaO) 'The most wc %  > v y i %  '"**•" H N il % % %  can • sped if wt be the AiiRlo,, rit unpopnlor SI poUtli Its first agn-emcnt lasted 28 vears. and was then denounced b> the Persians. Its second lasted 18 years, and wag denounced tbi> i.rnposf.l a third agree"ii ol in whuh the company wouli b involvi I. if under another a am a, which wa* to b* lor 2'years It /ould not be surprisiro. tha • ompany felt there w* to nkins; forward as I-: as that. A.I ir.bn^conaide.ed. would any %  oi be prepared to orT ihrt the Perslaoa would not find %  %  ven yeei 'lie Communists did sot B only way to convince the Pcrslano| their felly is to let them stew In their own Julie for a bit Cash PlsasV til, of tin %  raM to i .i aflablt partneiihls? for Mr. Attlee. nian Oil Company Mossadeg consideretl for %  think M< n i<*t its boymoment uni then muttered wHhOUl U petrol uh laughtOi t| Pmum tun and "Tell him to send us money." — L.I:. s. Afl I final testimony to tin %  iph • I i tten %  SB In dlfflcultku of QM aiUns doctor i Downin g atr— l it is dirfereni quote liarriman. who before hi hare." left for London railed on Moaaadeg trij) (rom Ii H j" Ibk then to come to to say good-bye. i a %  syeainent with Harrtmaii asked the Prime %  iiiitained by (hi % %  ,ih any hope of a Minister if he had any message Siiiehiir lewis Sign* till' In A ; Minor Key woiii.ii NO H mi B) BbMtal I i illeinrniann 249 paxes. B> I.MIKlii: M \l i ul M TIKIMSON tin fealitince D^ovonanta, hev* ended by boring us Hei. brushed by the wings of gteatm — Tii. narrator is sent by the te cra l le a d en of !he Home Front to invi ttieate a leakage of infonnntion ni.ill Norwegian town In an atmosphere-poisoned with faai and suspicion, he nuUtei ttarUlnv . Ilk* John 1^.1i' <" v '' r "' ll'lilenrcich. a l,.l . -un: i.-k BOCS for hi. ilu-,n.hi hu awn WM| ympatliicr. to iin nl. ucuualntanrc of hia from 1hi> urnNOBODY'S DIARY MIIHIJI EBsffoadoa had u nuiuaiui' of .i hurrti rninfj and moat people UvUg along the south and wes: coast will bs able t-> form some idea of the havoc which a hurricane with winds blowing at (our times the velocity of Sunday would do. Monday It fcj IfOOieal that the open.:. the sea-egg season should coincide with high seas with the result that sea egg divers cannot operate. fueda> 0 bare was a hurricane scar-.' today. Unless the Weather Bureau can notify us ol a hurricane before it has passe-i to Ifst, north of the island. there will Ix.little hope of taking protective Mil H Wednesday The visit of Mr. Bernard Brame, M.P, suggests that Members ol Parliament have turned over a new leaf, ln the past they have only seen lit to visit us when there was upheavals oi Nature, political disturbances, labour troubles or trade difficulties. It is to be hoped that other Members of Parliament and high officials in the Government and the Services will make it a point to come and see how we live normally; then perhaps we will no longer lind army officials issuing railway tickets from Jamaica to Barbados and I of London papers expecting their correspondents to take a morning stroll from Barbados to Jamaica to get a story of the protective measures taken after the hurricane. And flniUy the rank and tile in England ma) begin l< discover that Barbadoa la not near Bombay and that the West Indies are not on the West of India. Thursday I am delighted to learn thai I proposal put forward by the Advocate sometime ago tor the routing of 'buses % %  : .. ,-, .1 The object of the routing and stagger-j Ulg nl the arrival of 'Imses in Bridgetown is 10 relieve the congestion that takes place daily. Il IS proposed that suburban 'buses should have termini outside the city and should pass through the city instead of making Bridgetown a parking site for Imses Friday I have been ill on several occasions but this IS ihe iirst time that I have taken to wearing dark shades. It is surprising to tind what dividends dark shades pay and what good contacts one! can make from behind dark lenses. Inj future I shall never be without my dark! shades. i it. it \ ys in in \ TIOX A book that remains shut is but a block —Proverb. .Uh l"]|i. LudMlrk llrini-iHaiin. 10s. [Wt-growlj N.wlid. (Id. 2HS pairs. Colorado, :l> WMLN u bnUU.nl urn i ,r Hi • In tin.quiet public n-liuol, it is n tun asuumpWILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to PITCHER & CO. 4472 & 4687 — BFXKWITH STORES J THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER"A RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOR MOWKR (with motor) $28024 P — *"* ^ 18" GAZELLE (with motor) 14" TIGER PUSH SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE 250.011 %  tu n ba A i snea %  ( tha rlnn rum;; he know <>* n \ uknt. iirilllial Irounclnu on the whole tri scene ol Tl What of NtpUuie, cornel well out of the ntii %  i v.'iMlv. Ilt'lilomi-U'h's Waft is 111 Birl he had IOVP.1 and I :i student. nnd Held'tiri'irti> fanatkel leadi-r of the Nsai parly In the town. 1* In f.nt hison. whose mlitanos he h;s nsvsi a susported CO-OPERATIOK THE people ol Antigua have i nislied other peoples In the West Indies with ai. example whkfa might followed with advantage. Th*j ire no* showing that flenient of in operation which pays dividends. Only a tew weeks I M that I land was torn hv Industrial -:iifwhich thi to do great harn I Uv economy ol ths island The-: Utshing wjitiiv.: %  i hi eauss walei brent worki ipi and Hi"' % %  ships between eni]>l jrefl ivere moat unsatisfactory Today there li .t thai. %  %  ins, and the entue community stands %  Lodwkk ixiiiKH t iiitUm %  it ul.irU fin f mankind Nor is lie ono To tl Brim mflodrani.i Mmuuthed wnfers briniw uneasy Inshtht m motive Vtther to ignore tho ironic writing; humour; nbove nil. •i hint at it Each page a personal lyrlcisn Best novel thif. ,, -'' U top BO invlslweek; mi outstanding novel MN -' blc warning "For Men Only". week. fi>T the |i Weh. %  Self% %  I.,, tloti i ImlnUs ild for sake, on whom Lodwiek T,u WF.ST %  is the first un ,. yj^. lnc | Ud( mi "' ,l; w. kiu l-.y named [ n [ 8 Don Carlos, affable HAMILTON hu his BUI wibaglm,. ji >''"' "*ul ubout how lo U-U %  story—and hu ,, rnomentarlly overturned own dCM „, v hat iXory x „ Ml %  o) Thia prince, who Hia method i UK Hamilton (nn.UNf. pssea B> Patrick US, fid. 3(1* %  ... ,,,i panu n ai. a hum('"'misl. ravourabl) %  i %  %  %  to to | educated at Dartfashlonfxi He lands a little apart f escaping rim bu( unshiokable .whispering 1 i?!H* "'""l 1 *. h C m %  ' *hr reader Im little asi high reputation as a hl lorn ,, slo „ and „ u a noi rid story—unfeids: "Much Carnell who steals m y dislike the *haraeter of Corse : %  comrades, H must be conceded that he I ... .. .< i .. B win ni.. vsiriCAa .HI! L \ ...^^ .^^ ^ %  ^.. 1 (ctolnl IlKuro things thorougl ly." %  > in. importuiiMs Ui Ml -IK-I lo Un ctufhl .vilh IH,. slolci %  in. hand! Il.ij.liii iir wiih K.I:.'. %  un I %  "la. md: .li'.i lo wit %  LiuiiliV UKI%  rould be • .till • h. In. „t a llnl. IM il be uld at %  Lit What Gorc .lid was to .ssvinoU .. poor young girl out of her life ;',„.„; laving.. Bui Corw. It Is plain will not remain on this lowly rung of the ladder. He has a fului. '.•"L? ."j£Srl!. 0 '2. K one day hU pMw.pl. -Ul .,.pear in all the •ewspapers as the Man wilh the Hypnotic Eyes Hamilton deals evrrely with such •ensationalism: "Gonfe had no hypnotic quality, all he did nw to use common *ense and take the alerit) of talent to • toT MIIIIMi \i int. MII.ISKIM: %  ] Sivurd Hurl. Seeker and Ware er g. Ua, fid. v-i pages. I "I'NTLESS novels, swkmg lo exptoll %  in-half of greatest pains.'' A tale Ol criete and moral lur pjtuda ,iv it m ght Utold >• %  OUcttOr*! rlerk. a method with I tang of its own. World (optHtht Reserved Ui? a Our ICI.MGI i s S; / nfrii'ii\ College Damage bave i eeri received %  i net of the tclegr.'otv fi I i hlch Mr. %  of the 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  • .ill right. %  house undi Ul rai) 'lii' 1">.'K' %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I...-. %  %  the Junior Common ROOR) with such underu Then piano, Barbadian it present on mi iport' live I \ organising a k in K good this held Wed w;il to grntefully reI. Iii.en prekeep mute resiwctlng %  %  %  %  "' % %  truction In the %  % %  ku *">ds grow.' road: although the road la constructed on Mr. Adam tarred *yti m. The same road parses through %  lavated lands and contains no retaining walls. The earth from the lands at th* sides of the road, is washed on the road b v the rains. and It stays there and creates pot-holes which are vt dangerous. Secondly, the road heads to Flying Fish comer at String Farm constructed vvlthout the least thmiKht of making means to eouvOy the rain water from the I catch pit or an appropriate place. Thi* water during rainy %  saaoni ihrei a do uneaslne*s to those who liva at Flying Fish C'unier ,md further down the I dlagon-i 11v about SOft In length, and Bi Ihe edge of the Juno tion and :.md post. lo. It eRl lion and the road. I do hc/je that this of thoae in auod that thev will make lie the situation. JOHN HAYWOOD Sprins Farm. ihe Man Who Walked In At Bosh-Hash Talks IRIEF CASB WAS HIS ONLY, 'PASSPORT NEW YORK. A NKW YOHK husinesH man who innocenll> walked into a luisli-huHh atomic h";irinii he lore senators is carrying in his. head some of America's biugest secrets. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, after assuring itself of his loyalty in a three-hour questioning, is withholding his identity. But "Mr. X" has been warned: "Forget what you heard." "Mr. X" is more puzzled than amused ai the lack of security precautions which lei him into tins secret meeting in the Senate of the Appropriations sub-committee on Armed Sorviivs. His only lickcl of :nlinission was an inno cent-looking brief case. THE UFUl' Air Force Brigadier-General H. A Shapard spoke In detail ;it ihe meeting aboui Anu'ina's Ripply ol atom bombs, and how they would be handed over to the air force if war broke out When he had flnJshed, oonualttaSj chairman' Senator Joseph O'Mahoney turned lo the| elderly civilian sitting near by and said :— "I believe you are the air force's civilian, expert in this Held We are ready to hear' from you General Shepard interrupted to say: "W. didn't brim; a civilian expert." %  WHO ABE YOU?* O'Mahoney. patiently: "I'm referr:i the gentleman ittttng near you." The general (not so patiently); "1 know that, sir, but he*i not In our group OVahonej (even lass patiently, and staring at the man): "Then who are you with %  *" The civilian, calmly: "I'm with a New York O'Mahoney looked startled, and asked: : "Mow dul you i And this was the explanation the stranger offered :— JUST WALUD IN "I just walked In, The door was open. "1 thought il was an open meeting. N'oLody asked me any questions and nobody said I could not come in W\ O'Mahoney whispered k : "Call the F.1*1 Footnotr ; Tnen II .i new regulation No strangers must %  —LEI DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 FOR THAT TRIP NORTH YOU NEED ONE OF OUR GABERDINE RAINCOATS SINGLE MBAOTBD BIsVMD STYLE AND KAGLAN SLEEVES — ALSO — CAMEL IIAIK AM) \VL MIXTURE OVERCOATS lUUrH THL Ml IN TIIEIK 0L4M FOR Ql'ALITy AND VALl'E com i4A see we vomaas. II1IOSIV %£ CO. LTD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT u %  Thv I'iitvsi tor I br if/hi II .'/. -4-lltl Tmm II ED HOSE UPTONS CHOYCE Til's MYNA HOHNIMANS IXX>SE TEA CMIn EMPIRE JAMAICA UPTON RED WHITE A BLUE MAXWELL HOUSE NB8CAFI llt-inz S 1.11 /is CHICKEN OLE ASPARAGUS TOMATO VEOETABLE Fur 1ml.mil-. VIENNA SAUSAGES SARDINES ANCHOVIES %  KINKS CHEESE BISCUITS JACK STRAWS < iimii-tl r'tHtds LUNCHEON MEAT SALMON PILCHARDS I.IBBYS VEGETABLES SPAGHETTI & CHEESt: FRUIT SALAD APRICOT NECTAR (.(II.r> BRAID RUM I'll,.a. 1,inlihirilx i-iirl /-/



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SATTRlnY. BEPTEMBKI 8. U51 BARBADOS \nvoc.\Tr !• \i.r F i\ r SI /'• i. \i'ti ()0 F In TinSluul. OIL COMPANIES CARRY OUT SUB-SURFACE SURVEY Within Five Miles Of Barbados' Cktars Fined Id'For Blackguarding i Mi-mi STATE HMiinM. M k MONIES Barristers Introduced To Local Bar Two irriste & H ikilstnjh who apace ui the i %  roved thai bar an. Sir Allan Coll;. ,\nii.-i -..; Al der IMT asrDolslngli. tends practising I Introducing them, tt %  %  %  making r. ot the %  neighbouring oo Mr. Alt l t> r by thp Honour....:, Cray's Inn m Jul] l*J and Mi. .ilirabl,. SiKi.-ty of Lincoln's Inn in November 1949. v two lawyi i tent ion of practicing Bl bar No Ki.r.Even) The Honourable thg Judge aald that time i the Introd blW In % %  '!>is island was a rare occasion and quite vent In legal on mission both of eons of the soil and Of I IWJTM ERHB i' colonies I are EraqjiMBt "I can assure you. from the w;irmth cif ih. wtalob i extend by ) l'r\lr\ l I XI'I.OKATION COMPANY under iVl of Dannct -A 1 rulf Oil Company arc cury a ste r aay nnad %  uatace Wataoo ol pet alums about one and a hnli Jha Ihuon, it Joeepn, ii> iui • * da **"-*Brs?3&r,J£ Traffic Rule*, ist uf the small aerial size of Barbados and in A w ,tness lor the 11 order to i;et a clearer picture 'il the sub surface, it has said that Watson w.s told to •• become n< Gulf to initiate a marine move his motor lorry froaa a re> ten i some 1—S miles ?*££**_*_$**, s dos" lie aaia. %  %  %  %  % % %  The company ha* discussed the • to Oov-_ particular with R VKTIK naafB u the f" i < H f 1 Se:u m r Can St. John, who the dooi of hn I % %  n in ItM OUll %  id p.m. i .1 bean Hxed. n| nTMpTOHIHOMUDANDTHBTV how much damage If. I (IV I ntoens were bunt i>* tire at the Drai %  nd at considerable disThursday night about 10 Ab o'clock hum any known tisiiing Quick action on the part M ... it has b*-'ti proved ihi-t neighbours! Inute. mtracton f Oil %  i %  perattoa 1 i>|rrflu\ Bvt id.I. d of th. ll/IMili its St will be glV< I Mi L babb. I" ulusinto MMBS a %  M DsjhCBtoa nM f MldAup In lh %  aneaaHU • atnkcH, whuh hav* rsacbsd j tiecome slightly mote (K foot tPi*viHion nt*iis to tho UESo-faet bunt. snienna will al-o give llghliiliiK. protaOUOB to sill hUy^ wider %  * according to Julia Labointoi> %  blgb u IH in i ingle summer tear 4 result of the addlUon of %  Wi Aihlition of the i H Haceiuiutl. due-ior of th* O.K. High Voltage i.nelrt. Ms-sacku.ni gXrBBM THREE GET KING'S SCOUT BADGES BOI'T 400.000 feet of luml of the traffic abjni tell A %  *a. which side Of lay hv the mot( '':-,. „.t park lh,-i ., UI] s..| Prrcta,. The .h.pmcm ,„ <., -v !" UV. I ,ra ndHutlrt to ""•"" " %  "' ,l "> nit v,,y "'-' %  •' 1" % % % %  "''' % % %  "' '•"' • %  Th,.rr^l.r-..|.i„mon.h.. found ..... >.dc „r ,i„. ,.,,d. „ arl „, ,„ ,,„„..r Mpmm ,,f .,„.,. .... I"m!" • .. Th,Prrc-lM, ,...,•.-.1 • Chief Judfli hi. Ui \ .IIAIII I IIM LIM.I. COT Brbdo" quit. •nd Ihry ,. .. w It J\ I.,-. In waltlraf forilw B.Ci %  l| -"..i.-tM lh d was not thruIntention to i.r.icrillh (lf s [-,..,, „(,,,;. : i^ the intf of tho %  Use In tt..' eotrrtl of Barbados. II..They : I, ptet ..... now bout thank tbj , I'c.L. Club, ami It will .•nil for th 0 red...o< s witJl which ,„. lho „„, „„„. h ,, .,., lie ..Breed to Inl way an honour to belong to the .ii.linin.i.licd bar of IWbadOB. International \< rudio Thanked Pot Vsatetance After J ........ Hurricane Damage .me C.C. carried off Hit Silver Challenae Cup of the la*' 75-Year-OUI Move* With Tiw Land THREE Barbadian Soouii for tin Ural <""* %  '" "" hls tory ol the laland hove aain< the highest award m s*;.iuin „ h V( waaley Smith nd Gwrffrey Rudder ol th K . ( -.. i v., n i.v'i.; of the Batnel b<-out Group, wora praoiotad with the King'i Seoul Ba |, B te by Ha Excallencj thai llktChlel Seoul i ; Barbado ol Qovarnmont House yesterday eveniiuj The ceremony waa held on the the nr-' grounds In the pies. i. Si I Low) In leney, harfl\ 9 4$ while Hudilei %  ofrOtr %  '* •' SCOUt began In I94K His Excellency was received b the Presidei-t. lion II A Cuke and the Island Commissioner Major J. E. Griffith The King Scouts entered with Ihi Kit %  ih reKl win "the Badge and lhat 1 aal Ya I %  i %  • %  Major crimiti Imp* rl:inl ii t .. i-Hi-iu v. befon in the 1 union ol With i tear i bl 10 uoI B %  %  i • . ..mi %  Ul %  i vent It 1 my life Intern it LtttLj woo, nun t.on of aer • onuituniL-. tiori; %  port, havi l lollowing %  :. Lee; — %  n-vaai %  i tl , v .. ;1 : | .,. ..... j .„i nave island i I Divl ion of the lie 1. to mow : %  %  -' '" %  '"' ' K %  ': s *.""' %  the I Mon. n %  Lndrev. wbare -Up to ""' year mt. the hii Is, Sptakar ha has heen living for more than award fm Ethncne* whu-i i Of the House of Asaemhlv. preM %  < % %  There are many dUBSeoul could eai Ihe Kin \<. sented the Cup to the skipi>er of cult laaka the "id man would Scout 1 | tf er to do rath. i Mthering DUt : and their Elides so often during ti i month and hi iniong ,„,„,,h. an • IO much, th '" I' his life would be In dangn i be uuj remained. King's, Colour i.C.1 ored Ih* rUneaoB LITTERS OF ..DMINISWATIQPt I Con i Williams a tailor liveti there colony the with bia 74-year-old wM* %  %  %  %  l K %  and a grand-daughter and yesor.' of UMMVeO araai in kba tcrdav when he began t*> talk of Conunonwaattri to whuh .i .-iik-'ii his having to remove from Uio Union Flag d for ghe old apot -'ui. has made highest perctntagc of King*' The Honourable UK Chief many a pair of pants, teats gathScouts, the troop belly knov Judge, S;r Allan Collymore yes*red in his eyes. tor thai year ,.N the Km "The Governor of : granted the petition if V. many years now. he has 'in initial asked thai an expression Of ( . ) King of Roebuck been seeing the acthai of landf.„ .,l| Scout Badges WD low, for letters of slide* about his districts, nut the. .,, that of Kmi Jamaica rtton to the estate of never troubled him .. smut was rurUw prompt her u-band Milton King, who during this rainy season. give, fcfaje which died %  < Capatown, SouOr Afuca. He has remained at this spot the King who gi.. Mr J. E T Brnncker instle* began W ,,, to %  KING B ,t. ol bein oUwra, It la . I.k TOUTS' 1! With H 11... r appeared .... ...... %  faciiith"at lirport King, aftei the recent burrl mi Ii is rhe f.il..wing wllii under*Wx-d 1 ..' ." %  <**">. %  possibh %  basis. 1' glad lo %  • if you would for it t-. %  cono'i I Conference Held %  %  morning of AugtJ II i Genet %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  rendition %  I %  %  %  I cooiavc mi POR Oriflha U %  house, but ti %  that it might ba art were Ho at going onlj I qaarb r of s .way. tfiough. Kate Marnrie Arthur. Kent. "It would break mv heart :f l vi .-. %  M B d '" no further." he -,mi. Im Brethren Ass e mbly which is Btheil iMi neai where l Uw Si Michael; James Regihave bw jecu leadquarti Apnl. IH47 t King Ung In Birbadoe I %  j .,,, own y your own en..ini.le that JhBU v.ilt earn the ic1 Ke-.uill ....... r I US King's Srou*. aid. Kbur*! Maaaage read U %  . %  an, arid I i .-,of I*'' %  H Journei through I.' 1 %  %  .-1 by the King himself HOfiMiMANS TEA Hairs WINE mi OBfQlN \i 'i rarai IM rONIC Rl'STOR.*IIM %* •liable laaftl far The First Time Sim e The Seeund World War %  suite ii. .11 Wine wa Brat prepared hj %  weu-known i %  market as a Tonic I rundown conditions ; IUOII "i Hall's Win. || I word m it'll i IIN. toen and of i'.\< il Britain, and ,. ,u% ....tl-kiiown in ulhei pailof the wm Id Hall H "'•' as* other TOnlc -aakon %  Ing lUnasaas, and i ..nd surely the \il.il. lulred in run-tin wn %  taken %  Invalid i'ii %  lltlOI. i-itu i i l/i I'm mil ui Krure Wi-alhiThiail l.iniili'il-Aiinils ASTHM\ How to case the strain in 50 secowh .' VY,*HBN choking Asthma mskes TOO ** faip t.tHtsen, "nc aphaaoae tablei ilipprd kl I Knm quk-siy •.;-! B ber. ii II ihit Brew comtituit* tiubSgaast dsngcr frocn Ait lima! Bphsaone com ami sever a %  genii MIII. i germ taoaa r i hi I,---. v nothing i tnli.l aiuck aaaasBi dam b > For ng I i IM .'-nt., slwiys .cp a iai I0R 6''." '" K0 BMNCHITIS TM sfajh S j.d C, %  %  %  | SlSkwHl -ntt ia TO BUY tMrttig, L CLOTHES at Attractive Prices. Il\l. v SI1TS Sintle Hreusleil M7.2:l Dnuhle llre.isleil s U I" IIIOI'Kl! Nl I i S %  Ml llren-leil SriH.uii ft |41M wMsmi sins SIllKle ll.c-.lsle.l SII.X7 ft *l:i.si lli.lil.l, llreiiMe.l SI2.72 Sl'Olil IIIvis 3 lliitloll Slvle wilh Pi I. I. I'..k.-is sis r.ii ft SIS.711 (.IIIV IIAWH PAWS s7.li. .. sici.07. $I:I in ~ll mi .V 111 II uir tmw IV/# SAVE I Houblranl \ Celebrated French Colognes and Pcrfu.nr* Assorted Beeala, OcerU>rlied and rrdurrd to Hear:— Cologne^ Srenlecl L|e. Meal Sml. 1 1*1 afaar Water Lge. Med. Sml. La Fran.e RaBS I'erfumr Qtielqaw Fl*ar rvrfame Slie t)rlg. 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SATIRDAY. SKI'TKMBKK 8. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS P,m,< SALES !"!" OTiaKs HARBOUR LOG %  %  %  %  ^ Pss^^^t&PSXK^s^ ^,1. *., PAGI -I .1 N For Birth! U.i TtBp a* Ea.#ageTr,eri i Car* calling in Mty nuaabar of word Thp eharge lor announcement* % %  MM Daetha. A..I L rpgemrr.U. and 'n MimocUm notun li w an eek-*t. lUMiw Suada' i- say numdft oC warda utitKiM I C*BU i*r < %  en MiU*< an** rm< per >ord m s,ridava for -*h addlUo—i *M, FR SALS "'• %  eraaraa weak a a-at, M as emit IH^MM 14 vofii i^ m a*. mo-aa i ccnii a worn iri^i g raw a %  SBAL ESTAT* XOTICF Al TOMOTIVK IUKK IAIX PLANTATION *t Offer. ip to September IK" S t II -*n THANKS I 1 M-l -The lllOM Who l.il*|tt &eg to I uinv nB> theU'.m or tMir ih La.Ygrde. fo fell UIM >b n mb DoofU*. Inc. Bin toy rarde laoa*. r. Owend-llna King. Mr* Aaetki Morn. Mi. In* Yard* -daugttier. a t M-ln IN MEMOKIAM Last in sigh) of horn* where •llt'i laet farewell Mill itnju* dear: And thai aadda |W .1 parting brind Is nlnd the falling Mat. ei ui Be ifmnabrnul kv O-trar native Huaband. and familv I • 11 In MkATMWAITft. In Jaaae. Bdw Ipvlag I of September tttS The MIM of death Bra pa*t Labaur aivg .erro. caaee And Ufa-, long warfare rloaad al laai tU. .*U i. round In peace '.ratine ...do.. Gouibou/n, Laurar.r, Ulead. Elrir .aona.. Clarice .danahter' • • SIIn Sampi I • II Till M WIN JIM ,.,„ tUfMbuilt oi atone During anal and hfM dining open II randan otn. 1 bedroom*. T.ifcai an.' — i -< %  mu-hen and aunda on i, i an atti %  D"A*C\ A SCOTT Magaiine Lane V ASHBY iteith Garden.. Barbara*. Hill. St. UtfhMi T hi Uanam at V D—... ... L-dia AaNaa a. I Freak" i S* tVOria.-. Sah Hnaaren* frfi iM Eraitn Sen MarMn Bell. M V C I M Tannti. m t WhitMher "" U > %  Ui t.-M nai cari m, Iron ftl Ltiela '-.i.aota* Condrattor. LM toga Pr*riaa>. *** ion> rtm Hah.ma. %  IgrABTI %  ,DUI 37U Apply Harold Wrall.rinead c haaMierhe-d UoUard. .fl S IMMEDIATE d*livrr> Mgnta allnoi Dno. ^aioor,, ,„ B l*k. !*. Q,... NOTICE II L-M or T JOHN " "-'•* * alh a-ptandx dergned *ir. o(T (, Sato a "-'--** !" f* * "^ / %  roch., FHda ? Ttucaa wHh FORT HUYAI (IAJIAGB LTD. TrlepnaMM *aaa %  v 31-In L. I. ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL Sad! Seplen-ber lgM Aatoep in Jean* bin From which ahe will ( %  OVERNMINT NOTM'FS TYIX-WHITM B AH -i.e.! ,..-,... il*o large. M*U aaeortd hand machii lll'.AnfalAUa, COMPANY 1 f Si Tba public High ntreei. Bi:dgn..w< lb* lt> gay of Sepu-mbet. P -i The two-atoned DwelllngbouM fenowr U -CONlSTOt* with ".a land u hereo %  *•* %  %  • nanda and rhetrto belonging (• %  lair.ing by admaaauremant t.I. %  guarfeet or thgreaboiila. alliuKe al Igth AvenuK Brllevil •. St Mlrhael laapectlon bv appoint men l w|lh Mr* Toppin. Sth Avenua. Dial 17Jg. I m fiirthrr partlrulara and (ondllkkH i r aato. apply *: — COTTLX. CATTOBD A CO j S1 M.K D "* %  undrraigTied will offer lor Hale a j public competition at Iheu Ofnce. Ho 117. High |-et. BndgW'.-ia On I nda> itfw Hth day of flepfember, IM1. at > %  ( %  m. TMF. COTTAGE GHT SHOP, atandin* 1 OP ft OH aquare feet of land, adjoining f*a Barbado* Aqualac Club. toa*Ur -Mb th* Goodwill and Aaaeta of that carried on under lha Ta.-orao Star. i.H* lort> net Ha .t.i ..laror TrimJad <*r Cloudia g. M torn Cap' L*wa>. loi Bntiih iluiana SEAWELL vut Hi B M •'• T'liUdad an H Wharm.. • 1 %  annalt. Ileeca. A I Burke. NoncT -rTTr or rUHiKk noi-' PHI* < IKIH *: %  %-,4 NOTICE W HEKEBV GIVEN that an raagi -t. YiaaaM ChartoLa P -i-i,, Capt Ivan Be..-. Dot Capi Far A alto M %  nei William*, (iwendnbn Peter. %  l*aa. the -i. %  n Monday*. Wednoabatwaon the houra ol m application on tiao MJSCELLANI-OL'S UA.YIEKA Kodak one hundred dollara C iv Pharmgcy. A, Aa Haw. price Pttt. K -1,-1. Lid II B51T r N H'l-IJIH UKUMOaV-Naw abjpment, all mudFuUar Bruabaa ijlga Ladle* lirtoUeturnfaa. Oanl %  Brlatlecoeiba. Too in t.iii.nei. DaaaM Plate Bruabaa. Coaap.. limabaa. Bath Bruahag, C*mb CU-nera. atanlcuro Bruatiea Powpai Bruahaa. Ploor goruBo. Flbta BaTavl llru.haa. and MB0 .War. M P CIIERSMAN Al CO. UT Middit Ptra.t Dtttrtbutoi* Hi-l Bgj above name MB] tCTKtl I dau*. and Pilda I and 4 o m | gremiae* For further partkrulara. and condlllona of tato. apply lo .— lOtTI*. CATTOBD \ Co 11 I H-IJn UAHHI %  %  ll.Lfc--Tr.a. .,', pgff oU i '"' hich goMajru all trae nacab aary oor. .enlenca*. vundlng on 1/t ol load. Thu i> %  aubatanlul uivaaantii| ONE PXOPEKTY Bi Tueedaidr Maad with *hop Tin* la a very good inONE PROPERTY'-Chattel Rouae. with two roola. kitchen etc SUruUnp* on SSO aqr ft of land And many otttgr %  Adolpnu. Caraw lata of Faiafballe . | lr pari.h of etalnt Mlrhaal who d'ed in ,IM* lalarul on the lat day of Mar.). Itfll atg hereby rrUiured to -end In fuirtirutara of then clgfgaj dul 11111111 Itna U ndera*a?i.ed W t*n ..t D Lee *ir)epp|. SaUcitor. II Jamea Wree* ii' ...ea-town. ggt og before Uir IMh da* iiv utter IBtl after wbkrh date 1 .hi.: I lly ag which I ahall than bave h-.l llca. and that I ahall apt be liabi. i -aaaU ao duNnbuiod lo any pataon uhoar debt or (Uim I ahall not ha*, id nolle* at the time of nich dialnbu gj AiuJ all aaeaen. indebted u. the aabf l.le arp rPqueatad lo aa-tt then CgaatBB without delay Datgb ir.ia iwin da> or Auguii iff) JOHN CRlTCtKl^tW BAHKUt g ttoU Euoutor. Eaiula of Prade.ic. Adolphua Carew. *c*. iv-na Fhllllp I %  ..:-n Clarke. ..l, .. H-rliara Hunlr. Cle.nall VhrKJ ion Nutaa. Fli.rrn.e Han •.Iton. Barbara Marah. r>a Hemlateaaoii far laraalea Hrenda Beet Br< an Heel F.r P..i. Rlea Char ax Phillip.. Dona nuin,*, s,| imiRBl Ta>loi. Ctovor.on Clart ll-nte Baibara Hunta CkH nam Cllnlcn Nut PpJ %  Rg RH-hard Allen. Barbara Mai.h E' a Hendv l.r ttt. l..w r.-ier JCSi ra-ter. cieoaalra W.ld,., Shulei luffcuikl Pei.r bi.it.ivie.Aiurrls Eudoaie. Al> inai I'luil. Guv Puirbaa. Frank *lrneri. Bapll.te latraaall far M.innnmAndre Bol.m lntiBa.lt l.r QtBaftokjBfM Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights %  vnuanaaa, flarbachr l 4( | > aliig Hw-\I erg* and f—l old bef..r y.. UI ,i tn t.i. %  ri.'Utp a n J place hea ,-y atral 1 r, n l* B r, i h "'? • n ,I*l-'lr purify your hlatod and maintain health .. Hl#> Kia-Hcys Dfbcr.r W.v Many do.for. h* %  inl.-a: leal. r I t rain, e mat a .|nl.h am| atire way ti> -tp the kidney* .•!.-,,„ I ill* prepared pre. '. Ilundtt-wa anU I N Rfmafit—No Pmy TB. very flr-t 't—,.f Cyatoa 'alit %  w..rk • You he I ft youCystex, 'p, K I D N I y s L A 0 D I RHEUMATISM SHIPPING NOTICES De Lagui n. rpagg at :-.i UgfM Aaron. Bay I Uli.m let A-1H. %  %  %  -1 ) %  %  • GOVERNMENT NOTICE ftFPARTTVITWT OF HIGRWAT8 I Iwga^Bp-.? 1 AND TRANSPOBT \ .;. ui. ir. for rU-isi Overwrn, Ormdc I. I llum U K ... THE F.BONY BE/-TV a) COblptUHLOM AGENt-Y Marhill Rtreel Dial IHUI Protest Over ,nd G.A.T.T. In B.G. .THi: OOVKKNMENT8 OF THE BRITISH WEST IMHIS BRITISH I.I I \\ \ AND BRITISH HI.MHIHTh* C.ovcrnnnnls of th* abevenamed Colonlea hv.rrcrntl> pptal'llahfrd a Reflfinil Economic CMUnltfM with hcailquartt-rs In the nfllrr of th* Compttuller fm rwn'pHpimnl ailft WclfatP In UM W. -B* ior.rt a BAWaaUKW B S I BcWiic... "ADVERTISF" Mi ,'\ GAXVA.NIKXD BMamrraWg. t. I. %  an Prica cannit Be boat en mqulr uto Tyr* Co. Phone am • W-II AUCTION A j-plications art Invited for appointments to vacant potts of HE "E The DO*t 18 pensionable With p,r cake Call for them .1 KNltiHTsalary at the rate of $1,200 a ytar LTD g t si--* %  ruing by annual increments of $72 to $1,632 per annum. 2 Thth kilaneai Terana caaty DARCY A COTT Auctioneer S • SI -flu iFYom Our Own Corrcepondem • (IKOHOKTflWN. BO.. Sept 7 The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce to-day passed a resolution to be forwarded to the Government protesting against the effect of the interpretation placed %  on G.A.T.T. in relation to imperial! preference, asking remedial action I following a letter received fruit the Trinidad Clumber. I'M MiU'tn John UeAguiar. C.B.E. in moving the resolution said "no letter we cun write Government on the subject c m be too atrong. Here in this colony we ore granting all empire countries the same tariff as granted the U.K., yet we do not seem to get reciprocal treataaerit on our goods LOST ong Bacolite Peep•trlpa nint. real • i. and grown up'-•i.rLucaa Bt SO ll-*r. OAP B COLOONF -We S.II-OI 'UNiMET MAJOR Comtritcttonal Angle mi ken absolutely Bigid Steel PreanrwoiFrom a few packetB of UNrMTT MAJOK you can conatruct Benehea. Storage ritturea Shelving Trollpya. rrame. for Light Bulldlnga. araffbldlng and o•^ee ii..tin eqiiipment Available ft a p Dial 1.IJ rossoa 4BBS SON a CO 4 LTD 1-Tn XMAS anpT* •—. pur Block Parluaai Diichei Ha A SO'. KNIOHT* LTD r t •3 me in and ate h.> belli* York. Sir ctlon lo aelec French adavari clear. SI 3r PABCFX Bmall parcel on night aomewhere In SI Matt Will Sml.r pieaae communirata Agvocate Advertlatng DepI •faafM In Touch with Barbados Coastal Station Cable and Wlreleaa iWeat advtoad thai Ihev can now i wllB the following ahlpa t' Mar tad in Coaat Station — g B Alcoa Pointer. 8 8 Al H 8 Rorruina. 8 8 Otv of cotitoB. a 8 vutoa-p. a 8 S 8 General Sanmarten. S : SB H*ali I 8 Colombia. & s ombla. S 8 Bopobliea De s a.wiiiie armaid. S s Kundalr, S 8 8 8 California, 8 a polk*. S 8 tiibara. 8 8 Itaavart Slag, r CLUTt.N TEJtHACE—To tenant Fiimlahed Houae, OppoalU Yacht and Aqua •Modern convenlenoaa. Appi IVY LODOE—Ky Boud. wllh three i>^room.. toitot and t.alh %  Good place to keep a dairy oi l.uiinru Time lor inapectlon day ta 4 p n. eicapt Suadav. Apply Clark. POSEION COMPENSATION COMMISSION Attention is invited to the coming into force of the Foreign compensation .C^echoslovaKla) (Amendment) Order in Council 1991. (SI IBM No. 1166). This Order adds further Slovak and Crechnslovak Laws and Decrees to the Schedule to the Foreign Compensation (Crechoslovakia) Order in Council 19S0. (S.I. 1950 No. 1191) and amends certain of the Articles of thnt Order laying down the reQuiramenU which persons claiming compaisatiffn : te called upon to satisfy. Persons who consider that they may claim to be entitled to recejve compensation by reason of the Amending Order in Council should write giving their full name and address to the Secretary of the Foreign Compensation Commission. 1. Princes* Gate. S.W.7. forthwith and in any event not later than 30th November. 1951. An Application Form with accompanying instructions will then be forwarded. Persons who have already sub_. "rtgted an application and who i .11fumiahed. a bed. may wish to amend it by reason -:• %  <> of the Amending Order in Council, are at liberty to do so under the Foreign Compensation Commission Rules Approval Ih*1ruroent 1950 Rule 18 (S.I. 1950 No. 2042). The last named instrument as well as all the relevant Orders in Council and every other document relating thereto may be :een on application in The Custodian of Enemy Proper! Buildings. Bridgetown 4.9.51 VERDUNrs-i,..n. Philip—dn Ir. (.' bath and i >llet Kitchen, based yard. Apply Mr tasiM rncr .hop 1 0 SI in Puhln WE ARE BUYERS W* Buy anything coraparlgd wilt STAMPS %  atats, SlnSl* 8Umpa. Collection.. Arcumulataatu aa" Coven, Goatd price. Paid at the CABIBBCAN STAMP HOfllTY 3rd Floor. No 10. Spar St LODGE OF SORROW Court Weartrn Star No MSfl Ancient Order ol For a atari on SUNDAY OUi air'TESSBES 1041 at 111 Upper Itoatuck Straet In ngmprr of tro> lair Bee Lrroy X Worrell Member, of Kindred 5 Lodge, and tne general public X are InvMad. S A and V V U*ed Hymn bonk, -ill be S ftl—tn Many wot—ti ar g •uhjecf to aaak, aching back. Often itiknine, „.. te Mama, for yow kutraaya. aktpg with I ha Ilvor, inuat fiKe>r out io," puriliaa from Iba bluudatreptn. S. if vuu feel t .real wurn-owt. .Iailiy with tho Dagghig p**ln of aa aching hark look to b*h vmir kblnoya aitd Ilvor. Thai's why Cang. dlana havo baon reiving OO Dr. rhaaVa Kuh--vl.iv. r PhTla for ovw hair a century. Oivp your gyatam a diance lo wnrk pronarly. Try I>r. 1 hi—' k-lr-y.lJverlMUa.ottoy. Tho n..n"Dr. rhaaa" b your agtauanoo ) Dr. Chase's KIDNEY-LIVER PIUS mm iNsiiTiTt CLASSES The primary functiui;.( the Coimmttee are to act as a ory -nd consultative body to the participating governments hi .laornu' matters, and to assume executive r.nd financial control ..< British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service in thfj UgtHfad King* do*ii and Canada The Committee now invites applications from suitably quallfletl persons for the following posts: — I. Ereeuluc Secretary to (InReaiunal tttmc —at an annual salary of about .L2 500. Candidates for this post should have a wide Interest in and sound knowledge of West Indian affair-. Tin* ajigul I possess high |u.ilith'atlons and expertencf in pii-ls .if BDIBparable tharacttT, adequate academic quallficatioi^ in <•.-.nomh-s or cornmercs. and have held appointments demanding personal responsibility wus initiative In business and oi government service. Aestsrant Xecrefary (Siaftsnclan) —at an annual salary of about 11.500 Candidates for this post should possess a ncoffUpd qualification In statistics and administrative experience ir. dealing with economic and commercial matters. The Assistant Secretary will be responsible for presenting alah'tin! material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the Cosnrnlttaa and its momWr Trade Commissioner in the 1 "iled Kinadom —at a salary of about L 2.500 per annum plus %  repre-nt:itinn allowance of 11.500 per annum. Candidate* should have wide experience of the Wrt Indies and should have held positions of high responslhlllti in the field of trsde and commerce either in business or govment. They should preferably have experience of dealing with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trude negotiate.n l!rtference will be given to tiindids.es having wide %  with trade and government organlsatii.ns In the United Kingdom. rlatapppflW Trade Commilgioner in Ihr t'nited K; -at an annual salary ,,f About 11,320 in the first place plus a represenLation allowance of £500 The main burden of the day-to-day work of the LeflfpdOfl office will frill on this ..Ulcer. Candidates should therefor. l*rsess a *mirvl knowledge of office oiganlsallon and administrative experience in dealing with mutters of Mdf and c.inmerce (1ENEKAL Tin Committee reserves the right to nil any poet by invitation if no suitable applications are r.. .jve.i Balarlas oa the t .-ta v. ill l in the region ol tho figures slated but OChar terms of service (eg leiiVe. passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined The Committee would he prepmed to give special consideration In I these matters lo ^ppolntges with exceptional uualiflcstlons. The Committee proposes to make these appointments in November. 1951. and applications, containing full details of candidate* education, qualifications and experience, together with supporting documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to resell the Chairman. Regional Economic Committee. Hastlngn House, Barbados, before the 31st ffctober, I9S1 8 9 51--3" ^Mcoa, &"***& VtlKK iNOKIII IttllNI". -ilRVlir • Sept. lOkK MUMP -1.1M1 NKVT t.RLKW I fuat arrlvt CANADIAN KFKVICK 1 ui...' 1. 1 SB "ALCOA PARTNEJl" Auguat ^.i.l An*'. %  t R AUOA t'IKIIUM A..(U*1 Still Angift ITati 8 SI ALCOA PCOABUS BapSarBbai hll Sept.mtay lm Augiwt tntn Sapte.i'ber gtt. aeptrmlyer %  MlklNBOl Ml QAM ITIiAM'S 1 MBBplI Ifli k St I ranee "is it Parl j THeaa e. 1. h.. i,.l ISfPahlatiaR ItOBFRT T1IOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND Ot'I.P RBRVICK APPI.Y:-DA OORea A CO, LTD—CANADIAN HIRVIC1 HARRISON LINE (II TM *HH mini llll I'MTIII KIM.HUM s s HS as V—rnH •TALOMA STAR s< IUILAB" -tKSefmI'lllllKSM w From i.. ator, Lfilk 1 i 1 *. London JOB no: l sin n For Uv*i poo] /..fii..< Dili. Hnrhnil..* IHlli Ati 3rd SBW .".'1. AUH. ITlh Bapl iliilii Aliji 1.11 %  ..pi Mid Bapl SS ss III. Ml IRI. V....-I STUDENT ADViaan hIM.IIIlM CtMM l Hnrbnil." lib Bapl III, Spl • Inj.irm.li.iit i)i|i|s (u . DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-A:nt. IIIV IIMIM IMI'IIKII'M Toll TEMPERED llA i; I mount "WHaiever maket men hoppier makes (hem better." -Goldsmith. Gaa Baakas Ce-sfkat hapeaer and makes her reek better too! MHH I lo (he PARISHIONERS ol ST. MIIHAEI The Vestry Michael will appreciate it ii all owners uf Trees, which are over-hanging Highways, and so shading the rays of Street Lamps, will co-operate by either trimming these trees themselves, or by giving the necessary pt-rmission for them to be trimmed, so that the full benefit of the light can be obtained. JOIN THE BARBADOS POLICE FORCE AN INTERESTINC (AREEK WITH OOOD rftOsPECT'* Men of character and educ.itu %  Eoi BOin this Force Wireless technician With experienre ifing radio-telephone transmitters and men holding to ride ndrive motor veni-les pre especially required f. The pay of a Constable on joining is $52.00 u month ( by annual Hicrernents of S4H 00 to Sao.OO pa> r month. S2.00 a month washing allowance After 4 years' -ervlce i UgJMs for a marriage allowance to a nuiximum r,f $7 20 no:ith The minimum pay of_*.on-(:,mmissioried Hank is: Corporal JftOOO. Serge;nit 592.00, Station Sergeant 1100.00 Promotion is made on merit and depends on the man There is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and It) the Commissioned Rank. Ret, it I re menu for enlistment Height — 5ft. 8 Ins. Cheat — 34 ins. Education not kni than Standard VII. Age — 19 to 25 years. Applicant' rill be seen at District "A" at the following C. REDMAN. Clerk. St Michael's Vestry. Friday, llth September. II a.m. For candidates who have passed the School Certincat'Examination, the Junior Cambridge Examination, or an exam4 similar standard, wireless technicians and licensed riders and drivers. Documentary proof of the above qualllcatlons will lye required September. 10 a.m. Other applicants who full.l the reriuiremen' DO NOT APPLY IN WRITING R. T. MICITEI.IN %  Police Headquarter*. Bridgetown. Blh Se, 0 1 \ tit If. f Iff'Off ff If Corner of llro.nl A Tudnr Street* .'''VArryrt^v,^',',',-/,'-*,'.*.-,-'-'.'*',','-'.'-'-'-'.'.'. ^^Values *a THIS tltlM'll SPUN SHANTUNG 3* H kt in (lrf\ FUHII. lllur. Pink, BlvKf. Black, K.-H—prr vd. He. Piak.tiny, Bmra, Bluo. Win.-, yluslaril. Crejln. nia.k per yd. .11.16 CREPK-DK-CHIM; 10 Beautiful Shades al gi 16 yd sn.iniis NYLONS IMMII.S UK ISSIERES i.iilv liiiirs fur s:: .HI S4.IIII 72. ic. affgag /••// 1iUI.lt \ >ll \ I It SHOPS V/VII HXI.I.KHIMS THE BARGAIN HOUSE •: S. ALTMAN I SWAN STREET.



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U.K. PREPARED TO USE FORCE TO DEFEND OILMEN KIK<.'* SiOITS LONDON, Sept. 7. JJRITAIN tightened i.or emergency preparations in Abadan and appeared determined to use force if any attempt is made by the Iranian Oov ernment to throw British oil men out of the refinery Foreign Office officials stated Britain stands deter minedly by its decisirn to hold on to Abadan—the world's largest refiner,—and to protect its person nel against any interference. The Anglo-Iranian otl con"moved rapidly towards a ne.. climax following Britain'* delision List night 10 break • % fT .111. pletely negotiations with Prei \ %  Mohamcd Mossadegh's Cabinet. Officials made it clear Q %  voulil nut negotiate as long as Mossadegh head* the Iranian G *fernment. Prime Minister Clenwn! Attlce % % %  II ';ill in emergency meeting *.o rs* Urn Hie situation in of any fresh development* in Inn A decision to break off t .Ik", with Mossadegh w is tak. n m i meeting between Attlce and foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison short lv before the Intter's depirlure for Sn Francisco -I'.r linioiH ~i;i Will Siir.il Jap Peace Trout) JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept 7. The IlKlOnMlM) OBHDM II nounced to-day that it had de•idrd to sign the Japanest Pe c* Treaty a', ihe San Fran, rincabinet made at a two and .1 King George Visits Bighlwid M.TiinBKAEMAR, Scotland. S-pt 7 The King due in London on Saturday for a medical check up. on Thursday visited a Highland her*, where kll lete annually etimpcte in traditional Sottish games. Thousand* cheered htm as he dmvi %  -onipanled by the Queen, Primes Margaret, end other members of l. The King, wbi i-omplained of a chill, after a day's [rouse shootuiK lasl week WHS vt-iled bv doctors on SumU. T hey Raw From I-ondon to see him il B. Wioral. hi;' vacation hnrue. in he Bosram Highlands, Thru %  '..I as routine Barbadian Agriculture Impressive MiBarnard Bra %  %  H P I I the wsfhraea la yes t erday d. eply impTM kSd b) % %  %  • %  rultivatrd and the -till and eAWufBo "' Bai %  lun Mr. aralne. who has com* ou* to the West 1: 1., the problems and which beat .: %  !' %  %  I bados to-d.i> f t Hn'; | I 1. to I'II* work tisti who he said mating, followed iin 1. r < m Ju|UIIl W ill l.easr Air Bases To U.S. B> Rt TIILKKORD POATS SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. Japan will lease ten air base. United States and allow it mendatlon made yesterday by 1 Legislative Council of UM : jumi" Party, th.. c sintry's largest, that thi treats signed. Information Arnold Mononutu In ai km mid thai the Foreign Minister. Su bard Jo, who heads the tndonasjgn delegation .it San Francisco would be 1 once. —V.P. ival banes at Yokuspk.. :> under a US. Japanese ilUancc to be slgneu nU learned reliably HON. ALBERT GOMES TO HEAD W.I. DELEGATION PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 7. Hon. Albert Gomes will leave Trinidad for London on September 19 He will head th I' %  'U man delegation from the British West Indie* to the meeting t Commonwealth Minister! which will ktudy supply and production problems. Sir John Saint of Barbados. Mr. Sangster of Jamaica and Mr Raatgever of Hntivh (iuiana arc t ta laajntai TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Siiiin-e: 6 50 a.m. Sonnet: 6 06 p.m. Moon: Tim Quarter. Stptem ber 8. Lighting: 0.00 p.m. High Tide: 9 00 a.m. B :i2 pin Low Tide 2 IT am 1 :13 p.m. I S..SC ( eleine shortly 1 Friday. Both American and Japanese officials reiterated their lletailllllia tlon to sign the pact in San Francisci within ;\\,, .1.1.m lev. jflii ling of the Japanese peace treaty. Premier Shigeru Yoshidn will sign for Japan. American officials mtid the exact ifme and place of the signing ceremony has not been tlxad but said there was 1. i>..-.for reports published In Japan that Burning had been postpone,! and planned for Tokyo — |\p. U.S. SOLDIER SHOT BY E. GERMAN POLICE BERLIN. Sept. 7. United States Army Hi a.lgii..rter reported a United Stater %  oauai ihet and arrested t<. Ml East QMUD peoples p.lii.iti.ni last night at Soviet chMkpotnl on I Berlin'* east-west border An iy*WttM lOtd an army soldier %  n.| wouiicicd when he (apparently Ion his way and ; crashed Im automobil* !post supporting barm 1 Russian checkpoint on the border Ot %  m l %  State* sector of Berlin and the Soviet zone of Germany. An Armj %  rmouneanam gaid: "When prfansd to demount from ( the damaged BUtO k the people** ipoUeamnn, the Bokuei faJlad (0 tlibly because he was ida/ed by the crash. The peOptos 1 policeman then died a thot int.* I tidier —U.P. Knirlish O 1 • %  %  1 %  ,, 1 r • %  1 ba 1 %  in in.tnj places in I1K4 1 try |;.ncs. Indcc looking the sea by S •.II.II>,., 1 tABUgni over .1 uor ^nwali. i IK... . 11.. Drutetoe, .. nuinMr of tne sugar iai % % %  srnan 1 was Mown ground 1-.. Mr, Ben Moon.iTid s.i ware of \%  • 1 %  1 %  tpialny being made i.".v 1 also had %  nd no duabt. eoni la provarMDtg could 1 havg MSBJ i.,i but it is a happy leatim UUll high proportion of th. houses are 0WMd by lh< I %  'I was suipr. 1 see that much of the wood seemed to be decaying for lack of a coal of paint. Barbados coulo be made *tlll more attraciiv. LI Its houses could be painted In I gay colours." Asked his t*pinii'!j .i!i"T ation. Mr. Rralne nald Plot To Kill Soviets Going To Treaty Talks SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. \|EMBERS of the Soviet delegation to the San Francisco Conference arrived at the War Memorial Opera House .inder heavy Police guard w.thout incident today, despite a reported plot to kill Soviet delegates on the highway The report, alleged to have come from an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation here, said White Russians planned to ram a beer : rack at high speed into the Russian car. 1118 UXCEl.LKNCY til. Qot-,v Orodrey R;idd*i otti*i Km* 1 I Mr. Ch-tlrv SpriuB'r. Onob.it :. nk. git 'Si I. it, Assistant S %  i oi nilM UK -juention of I %  POBHAL PROUST —Tlie Ai-tJ I pans rsj Vassil; BJOI 1 rv f*9 BIGGEST BRITISH OIL FIRE UGKS UP MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF OIL EXPLOSIONS ROCK DOCKYARDS ^ BRISTOL. Sopt. 7. The hisses! oil fire in British hislor>ra^cd out J control wnh M.ooo.ooonaiinnsof predoui lui-l urettdy dMtroytd '" %  furnace of flame. The losi oil is already the equivalent of ona week*, production at th#greai Abadan reflnery in Iran where the tuaputa over the nation.. Of the Aniilo-Iranian Oil C-.>m|>anv dealt a severe blow 10 Britain s vital oil needs. Two nvw explosions rucked !l„. vast Oil storage srM at Av..,rhOUth docks here at diwn sendla ''in., hundreds of feet into th? air. A billowing pillar of 100 miles away. tanks were ablaze and others containing millions of gal%  i were threatened. Two men were missing and ; -V H Thirty flrsnTttfl and five naval Tilings were Injured fie unchecked blaze. Sabotage .' The cause of the cxploaion which afternoon remained unknowr %  no mention yet of the of sabotage The ntorage I i DM of the largest In the %  'sand gallons of loom KG. Will Produce Jute On LurgtScale • IBOHGBTOWrf, Sept 6 British Oulana has betn selected by the Colonial Office for what Ibty be a large-scale ex%  In jute prodoi I i.t bj the Colonial Office in conjunction ith the British Gulann Government and Messrs. Hooker Brother*. MrCnrmeU ind Company Ltd. 1 this country have been found to be favourable by a two-mar misMon header I 1 Oliver of the Jute Trade Association, who ;.flr a month's surheaded back to the Ul Kingdnm to hand in his report { --nmeu.ati K to tba CDtonlal Office ipaelty or Indian colony to provide a reasonable standard of living l> : r i ibjoetod to i mrsj 'i> oftOB OJ irresponsible ok nani bul m u advance is clearly governed by i I %  >f tne situation, and no amount Of of themselves. inercaM thi wealth of the people. The only way in which thai car is by the willingness lo work and roadli Diiity. "1>' re lb no doubt thai %  rabta utvanca i*. being made in %  \: Held, but faced with the prospect of a population which m Itself in 30 yMi .'ii •-ii ma to i momj oi UM We.i Indies as a Whole, can I i to sustain thto I I population rofdonal ipproacli I Mr BraltM ild igraatly aojoyed httsi I island and bad bOOl iltaUtj -ind k all Dortedtani he had mat Ho \,.-. only sorry that '..• leave so %  Ha away with htm, an unforgettable of this j Before leaving to-daj oacts to visit the 8ua*i Unit, lha tMiUtflnsa of th. Jature and the Bai Club s %  I.OHIO. CHANNEL t Mi*SI.N(i.—Abei i.o me AJ anor, wi nl,. crowing lygi rid. plans me leverae fUrocUOn on training at r %  %  i day. If ha will i l II K1KONI li —North Amerli %  ,', i ad .HI labour i |ing sacrillce and life, m ni UM NatnnaJJai Part] %  i l QKANTaV %  %  s 18.000 Li I ro \I-II i 'iMHiv i hntud it> v : i i %  | .. : U %  HU.III K PBJCCS—ft | Dyi I .-. 1 %  %  r ion cstiUB— i ... : Paiarn UPATBUDfl i %  %  'he fun I laoS.MO i r L.i\. Troops Open Counter-Offensive 2,000 WffiS KILLED ll> KOHKKT \ IHMII I.MIN rH AHMV HEADQUARTERS, K rei Sept I United Natkma troopa Laahed bach with violence %  i It-led Q Ineee lora i oi I %  i front and drove Coramunfa ta Into retreat %  >tiniali'H 2.0*1(1 I.IMI.IMK S A Hirpriaa Chineae thru* rlown the ancient wai n three advani • tJnited Natloni patrol ipened theii own drive v'i ippad allied unll . with deed and a i join %  count) i' Allied iroopi regalnad a hill northwest ,,f V,.n. in n and W* wards of the db I.HHI Chlnaai %  %  %  .•e Red aasaull m >> hai Renlnji up the Mow b j fore a full-scale oflSjO I Reds found no mti potati times This weoteni fr..' jcosi the soetnj al i, j : eil dead ami 23 prlfionen In >-'• I lO an r-stiiii.it.il I knock OUt al Ir.ist flv of tin %  Ian-bufll Ti lanh YANKF.t. WIT •he.1 I Republic %  Vi ring he would lit % %  "Drllghted' the i ; rorward lo look %  ".-d II n %  he map of M, %  i host ad ihf ho itton of i\i'i\ | %  M r MOB \CCUH4>S 11 II um f Of 7 olo lit a riti n ism AT CIVIC RECEPTION ibe allie Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Th fund went forward ys tardsy helped by a S50O donation trom Bulkrlsy Ltd Thsy nri> yet otiicrit. however, %  mo iivr not yet got around to i. iidiiin in thair donsUon. Ths> roaget U*t sa um> -lip. <4*ilUy by Ui* many of "time *isf>rsr i* prolonged WHY NOT orvr HOW' Add your eontribiiUou. and help eompUte Slo.ooo tnilckly Do it today' It i fsrly cloiing day, but i thf Bank* or tbo in the office of this ii,>wn.ippr will find ttme to Peer donation M-/e -wiftly to do a vood dw *,. ....,Miaiiw SI I> Th.. I > nun,h t A G a i' (; A J GIFTS FOR THF ROYAL COUPLE %  tors of fiic lighting equipment and The survej bv the lllarton rame ''"," !"" " h '"' *iulpn men of Agriculture bad made a' ., '" a rom Atjric successful small sesle experiment Jt Is believed that n • in t -• %  btg experiment.—'C*> nu\s mi/t\ n i wi i %  • %  ) MO all over Brttala only .. ix-la b 1 ;. ti losBI w.ill %  < i of wtda blag* I ..f tank* brimming %  %  rnflltary vehicles and Ind I The first of the two expiosions iat dawn blew off the top of I'ank. saM ... of flame jhundicd* of feel into the air and TORONTO. Sept Toronto's personal gif ceas Ellfahi'th and the IJuke Edinburgh will bt [pi of diamond Inset gold cuff links -_-ivi. oil : %  Thursda* thai an oil pointing of l t>ideal Cnrndian scene will be j Roval couple—

W OlllUfl I >M\itor Stubhing ft loeh I.I ,i fC so La % %  ',' i % %  I orpse i Bank II. I many sta 1 %  I i>ad wh. %  %  nd Al CM | -Ugh' %  I Ut. j Ii M I <*>>aii >.i'i gathei ad In lot Iroi I. rhai liMVing auppticl I,.. ..\ il„. (K.i -itii weapons' iiiat kciit . up an. kapi ihe anems down %  the elvi WlUl a. I Truman's adnm %  .; personal lluortli embarking \ ward totaiii mi .ii %  |.. tch last night aid U %  dull ha PB.I. here would not conflrrr. %  i plot The delegat nn left Millibfirough short I v iftOr 9 JO .i to t'oimxtied on six la o HilNborough II i ontalnlng i i nant and %  %  -ii asjembari of ihe %  %  New Trick* .mi lb*] leai ne ng of the • iKtudlng II out Ruanai vantlon In Korea Di BanalM John .I Sparkman revkm ,i u. Mates delegation anil U i nj for) ign dtplomats on t!. mlnuto troubts %  Ml -.(111 I '1. I in keeping my fingers %  Ign the Treaty I'm BUSSJ Com i have plenty of ; uii hare oi al i Vbei Bafted what Russians might do Bparkmai : 111. I* S. .1. %  aid Thci are capabli In vi li in* in KOT man) othai things n.* ros Ruani i lot then planes and submarines into action ita II for their dU Ukf I'M lU %  %  private with the muahraomlna %  in individual ..i I.I i.. i. of %  gencj Strike Settled Q\ ft | I .' innoti I, | , th< r of I 000 Government Customs Ho %  ad < tlil i anti il Amu trade ,fp Will Walk (JiK Ambassador John P*aaM Dulb l" Kuiilcd Ti-..' I he "aaounird" the Hii'%  Hi of the 5'J avferanc* before the signed, probably s*.it. n. Acheson, i 1 %  oimd no llns rveiung With the gntng <mg pl.iti %  I -H'se plans call*! | %  % %  il nn .-i i of a war. Now emphasis ited to thi '' s i's. againil U grOUSSl Western i -i r • B.G. Ma) Ship Ilmjber i< AnttotUa .%  %  rally cral %  .i.i i i. i... ,*.,. An Austrs %  -r.'ii .J 1. .i WI lian 1 %  FORGED 'MOTHS' /'. CUtCl i. t//o\ %  i. %  r the I %  • < If is state,, | %  pamed a ,• i | Jtilig PLAYERS Korea Talks May Resume AI Sea ll> I'HII. NHV-ini TOKYo | [ A meeting on a nemr sea appeared to provide •a*r which ettJ %  munlsu or the would consent to the i %  the of Korea POKT-OP-SPAJN, 6V '•' 'Tx? wh a K ; *• Regentl The second day pnm,,n her waj to the Hospit-t She ! Company Other Companies ds y with no reply from I Ihe area were ihe Oetfc bv home where the District mpsury and proiw-sal for liaison vistted her The twins are doing I 7 E^o Petrleum Ltd. ,BI Pan Mun Jorr, | well —t'.p. Dew conference site. mmodlatc poa slmlaai illied csm %  ming if o( %  blame I A (! %  /.rik That city is i %  nds to the meet led Nat I %  %  r ;idgway with „ %  nd renewal of %  mand 'h^.t United Nation' adn '' %  I fear of I Ridi i r ga rotti ;



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PACE TWO Cahib Qcdiinq BARKAIK>S ADVOCATE SATIKDAY sKPTKMBKR X. Il I HMWA.y C'OLVWS: D R V M METIVIER. Eye SurI Trinidad %  %  %  s.ing IliKht fron Trinidad >e*terday. %  Barbadian Lawyer M l WIl U \Ms i Barba.li.i-, who wa> .ailed U I be Introtlileed to the local Hai mi alimdav. old Humsonlan and has been in England i. r li yen He was in the IIA.r during World W.,, n M e is of the %  Three-Year Course M R C. W WICKHAV • Master :tt Corn her mere Ih v tu Puirtn Rh i •' %  utend the Me Ml] ch Mi Wlckhan. u thm <>t sjn 0 w kh .., ..villa Real". %  u 11,11 and the late Mr. Clennell Wiekhsim Editor of the %  Herald". After ^Twenty-five Years Next Port—Brussels M R A. V NVREN. American I af the hare has now gemis normal two-year tour of i u,\. His next post A n Belgium where hi will ihe the American Em-„„ -Is He will prob; ALUC GL'INNKSA T H1 Royal md Merchant Navy Welfare league's fair at the Drill Hall last Saturday waa atM R WIIJAHX.HHY TAYLOR Hatasj*. The l>ack to the US. after ,i twelve. v %  ,,IM ' '"Jippnlnt%  lay holiday in Barbados, his first £ %  ,n "Penlng the fi visit here In twenty-flv* nan %  ?* ***?' ; with the "Bud" „ lt "* ,hr "'*' alr tald bv the apany in Phi.adelpy*\ "lid Merchant Navy Welpaia. During his holiday he wa* ,-'" : '* m >' %  rrtval in with his mother Mrs Barbados, and II was wiih vary Taylor of Brighton, Black pi ' I %  *.ept*d the Reek. invitation to open this function. The object and work of tin. Ten Days I ten-day visit arc M and Mrs R Fra/er Raeji H F a Hew . are sta>in K with Mr. i.. entertalnmenl nnd welfare e4 Tajms'i brother In Mexwell MT Talma II F.-.torv Superintendent at Plantation Ogle, British i haw troros of ''"* apprreiati. S3 ach these n„U r\—4-_ men enjoy IIJ. -n,visits to Barbados opposite L/irections Huthis League cannot function |Lf HS CLYDfc AALCOTl' left without funds—a small grant i. i* England yesterday by the pren M tjovernment. but owing tfolflfo f tiarland's recent tour strengthens her fur a bold step. Born into a theatrical family, she made hei debut in U.S. variety at two. mis she is going back to it before tin most terrifying vaudeville spotlight In America—Brnadwav* Palace Theatre. With her they are going lo tr what they dki years ago with Sarah Bernhardt—reserve all the the house for )u*t two shows a day. Variety has not been able tj get away with it since the rllm came ulong To get away wit! it now they counl on Comeback Judy for at least 80 minute*, the entire second cialf of the bill To-night visit MORGAN e most BeoiiHhil Wlpht Club /rotn Miami to Rio u-ith a rorId-u-ide reputatioa for good 1ood Mimic, Dancing En tertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 tot reservation! GLOBE THEA THE TODAY 5 & 8.15 SUNDAY NITE 8.J0 P.M Th "PRESTIGE FILM" Of Th Ycr Mario Lanza! New Idol! Hottest singer in a decade!'"ii > SOON iivit DIAL 2310 '*"" TO-UAV WABMIB OKI "lliis -II. IM # CAonn m -Ki%% TMMWTMI l.sMMllMr with brbin PAVTON HfMM I'ARTCH V* ; .. o_ BOMD %  %  i.. Spatial Tit fotor ""r ...a .-U..I-I ."• AMI . .;<• I aL.\atj.\ DM 8404 TSIIY -Mil k A CUM IN* I I M Cra*a-Aj>a ghrrNSsa I*>" Ooerv and Tit* D***l Cng Kid' . All IV I III GARDEN — ST. JAMES DAY A TO-MOBJtOW BOO p T. U*I Sua %  p %  orSBATto* rArtrir JPV Wa*ne—Psrlra NMI •i.d i?•-• I'MrlW CH* SB BID sjunfttf" ••>* TBinortMAMJcUiiin' Mrh Bio-1. rc punvll MM -D*>On Th* Ori IM..JPLAZA DIAL 2310 an HeMso DCI BOOBJ Only oce! .XOW PLAYi\1i . 4.15 and 1.31 p.m. .ml roattnutnc DIIIY _ AIM the Color Short tltf90fj -SPORT OF MILLIONS' V TO TM I .1.-1 "WORLD NKWS-

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U.K. PREPARED TO
USE FORCE TO
DEFEND OILMEN
KIK<.'* SiOITS
LONDON, Sept. 7.
JJRITAIN tightened i.or emergency preparations
in Abadan and appeared determined to use
force if any attempt is made by the Iranian Oov
ernment to throw British oil men out of the refinery
Foreign Office officials stated Britain stands deter
minedly by its decisirn to hold on to Abadanthe
world's largest refiner,and to protect its person
nel against any interference.
The Anglo-Iranian otl con"-
moved rapidly towards a ne..
climax following Britain'* de-
lision List night 10 break ?fT .111.
pletely negotiations with Prei \
Mohamcd Mossadegh's Cabinet.
Officials made it clear Q
voulil nut negotiate as long as
Mossadegh head* the Iranian G *f-
ernment.
Prime Minister Clenwn! Attlce
II ';ill in emergency meeting *.o
rs* Urn Hie situation in......
of any fresh development* in Inn
A decision to break off t .Ik",
with Mossadegh w is tak. n m i
meeting between Attlce and for-
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison
short lv before the Intter's depir-
lure for Sn Francisco -I'.r
linioiH ~i;i Will Siir.il
Jap Peace Trout)
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept 7.
The IlKlOnMlM) OBHDM II -
nounced to-day that it had de-
idrd to sign the Japanest Pe c*
Treaty a', ihe San Fran,
rin- cabinet
made at a two and .1
King George Visits
Bighlwid M.Tiin-
BKAEMAR, Scotland. S-pt 7
The King due in London on
Saturday for a medical check up.
on Thursday visited a Highland
her*, where kll
lete annually etimpcte in tradi-
tional Sottish games. Thousand*
cheered htm as he dmvi
-onipanled by the Queen, Primes
Margaret, end other members of
l. The King, wbi
i-omplained of a chill, after a day's
[rouse shootuiK lasl week whs
vt-iled bv doctors on SumU.
They Raw From I-ondon to see him
il B. Wioral. hi;' vacation hnrue. in
he Bosram Highlands, Thru
'..I as routine
Barbadian
Agriculture
Impressive
Mi- Barnard Bra H P I I
the wsfhraeala yesterday
d. eply impTM kSd b) '
.
rultivatrd and the -till and
eAWufBo "' Bai
lun
Mr. aralne. who has com* ou*
to the West 1: 1.,
the problems and
which beat
.:!' I
bados to-d.i> f t Hn'; |
I
1. to I'ii* work
tisti who
' he said

mating, followed iin 1. r< m
Ju|UIIl W ill l.easr
Air Bases To U.S.
B> Rt TIILKKORD POATS
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7.
Japan will lease ten air base.
United States and allow it
mendatlon made yesterday by 1
Legislative Council of Um
: jumi" Party, th.. c sin-
try's largest, that thi treats
signed. Information
Arnold Mononutu In ai
km mid thai the Foreign
Minister. Su bard Jo, who heads the
tndonasjgn delegation .it San
Francisco would be 1
once.
V.P.
ival banes at Yokuspk..
:> under a US. Japanese
ilUancc to be slgneu
nU learned reliably
HON. ALBERT GOMES TO
HEAD W.I. DELEGATION
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 7.
Hon. Albert Gomes will leave
Trinidad for London on Septem-
ber 19 He will head th I''U
man delegation from the British
West Indie* to the meeting t
Commonwealth Minister! which
will ktudy supply and produc-
tion problems. Sir John Saint of
Barbados. Mr. Sangster of Ja-
maica and Mr Raatgever of
Hntivh (iuiana arc
ttalaajntai
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Siiiin-e: 6 50 a.m.
Sonnet: 6 06 p.m.
Moon: Tim Quarter. Stptem
ber 8.
Lighting: 0.00 p.m.
High Tide: 9 00 a.m. B :i2 pin
Low Tide 2 IT am 1 :13 p.m.
I S..SC
( eleine
shortly 1
Friday.
Both American and Japanese
officials reiterated their lletailllllia
tlon to sign the pact in San Fran-
cisci within ;\\,, .1.1.- m lev. jflii
ling of the Japanese peace
treaty. Premier Shigeru Yoshidn
will sign for Japan.
American officials mtid the
exact ifme and place of the
signing ceremony has not been
tlxad but said there was 1. i>..-.-
for reports published In Japan
that Burning had been postpone,!
and planned for Tokyo |\p.
U.S. SOLDIER SHOT
BY E. GERMAN POLICE
BERLIN. Sept. 7.
United States Army Hi a.lgii..r-
ter reported a United Stater
oauai ihet and arrested t<. Ml
East QMUD peoples p.lii.iti.ni
last night at Soviet chMkpotnl on
I Berlin'* east-west border An
iy*WttM lOtd an army soldier
n.| wouiicicd when he
(apparently Ion his way and
; crashed Im automobil*
!post supporting barm
1 Russian checkpoint on the border
Ot m l ' State* sector of
Berlin and the Soviet zone of
Germany.
An Armj rmouneanam gaid-
: "When prfansd to demount from
(the damaged BUtO k the people**
ipoUeamnn, the Bokuei faJlad (0
tlibly because he was
ida/ed by the crash. The peOptos1
policeman then died a thot int.*
I tidier
U.P.
Knirlish O 1
1 .
,, 1
r 1 ba 1
in in.tnj places in I1K4 1
try |;.ncs. Indcc
looking the sea by S
.ii.ii>,., 1 tABUgni
over .1 uor
^nwali. "
i Ik... .
11.. Drutetoe, .. nuin-
Mr of tne sugar iai
'
srnan 1 was Mown ground 1-..
Mr, Ben Moon- .iTid s.i
ware of \- 1 1 tpialny
being made i.".v
1 also had
nd no duabt. eoni .....la
provarMDtg could 1
havg msbj i.,i
but it is a happy leatim
UUll high proportion of th.
houses are 0WMd by lh<
" I
'I was suipr. 1
see that much of the wood seem-
ed to be decaying for lack of a
coal of paint. Barbados coulo
be made *tlll more attraciiv. LI
Its houses could be painted In
I gay colours."
Asked his t*pinii'!j .i!i"T
ation. Mr. Rralne nald
Plot To Kill
Soviets Going
To Treaty Talks
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7.
\|EMBERS of the Soviet delegation to the San
Francisco Conference arrived at the War
Memorial Opera House .inder heavy Police guard
w.thout incident today, despite a reported plot to
kill Soviet delegates on the highway The report,
alleged to have come from an agent of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation here, said White Russians
planned to ram a beer : rack at high speed into the
Russian car.
1118 UXCEl.LKNCY til. Qot-,v
Orodrey R;idd*i otti*i Km*1- I
Mr. Ch-tlrv SpriuB'r. Onob.it
:. nk. git 'Si
i-
. .' r. anntth
I r;m Ml gIfll |
(Jerk Kills
Chief

I
i .. |



.' v* Hi. h was

> it, Assistant
S i oi
nilM UK -juention of
I
'
POBHAL PROUST Tlie Ai-tJ
I
' pansrsj Vassil;
BjOI
1
rv f*9
BIGGEST BRITISH OIL FIRE UGKS
UP MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF OIL
EXPLOSIONS ROCK DOCKYARDS
^ BRISTOL. Sopt. 7.
The hisses! oil fire in British hislor>- ra^cd out J con-
trol wnh M.ooo.ooonaiinnsof predoui lui-l urettdy dMtroy-
td '" furnace of flame. The losi oil is already
the equivalent of ona week*, production at th#greai Abadan
reflnery in Iran where the tuaputa over the nation..
Of the Aniilo-Iranian Oil C-.>m|>anv dealt a severe blow 10
Britain s vital oil needs.
Two nvw explosions rucked !l.
vast Oil storage srM at Av..,-
rhOUth docks here at diwn send-
la ''in., hundreds of feet into
th? air. A billowing pillar of
100 miles
away.
tanks were ablaze and
others containing millions of gal-
i were threatened. Two
men were missing and ;
-V H Thirty flrsnTttfl and five naval
Tilings were Injured fie
unchecked blaze.
Sabotage .'
The cause of the cxploaion which
afternoon remained unknowr
no mention yet of the
of sabotage The ntorage
I i DM of the largest In the
"'sand gallons of loom
KG. Will Produce
Jute On Lurgt- Scale
IBOHGBTOWrf, Sept 6
British Oulana has betn selected
by the Colonial Office for what
Ibty be a large-scale ex-
In jute prodoi I
i.t bj the Colonial Office
in conjunction ith the British
Gulann Government and Messrs.
Hooker Brother*. MrCnrmeU ind
Company Ltd.
1 this country have
been found to be favourable by a
two-mar misMon header I
1 Oliver of the Jute Trade Asso-
ciation, who ;.flr a month's sur-
- headed back to the Ul
Kingdnm to hand in his report {
--nmeu.ati K to tba CDtonlal Office
ipaelty or
Indian colony to provide a reas-
onable standard of living l people, has becniin-
more dependent upon
to gear the pare of
change to that
economic change
TTHllnfasi to Work
"The po;itK.il MV......I
incu i>> : r
i ibjoetod to i
mrsj 'i> oftOB OJ irresponsible
ok nani bul m u
advance is clearly governed by
i I >f tne situation, and no
amount Of
of themselves. inercaM thi
wealth of the people. The only
way in which thai car
is by the willingness lo work
and roadli
Diiity.
"1>' re lb no doubt thai
rabta utvanca i*. being made in
\:
Held, but faced with the prospect
of a population which m
Itself in 30 yMi .'ii -ii
ma to i .
momj oi UM We.i
Indies as a Whole, can I i
to sustain th-
to I I
population
rofdonal ipproacli '
I Mr BraltM ild
igraatly aojoyed httsi
I island and bad bOOl
iltaUtj -ind k
all Dortedtani he had mat Ho
\,.-. only sorry that '..
leave so Ha
away with htm, an unforgettable
of this
j
Before leaving to-daj
oacts to visit the 8ua*i '
Unit, lha tMiUtflnsa of th.
Jature and the Bai '
Club
s .
I.OHIO.
CHANNEL t Mi*SI.N(i.Abei
i.o me aj anor, wi
nl,. crowing lygi
rid. plans
me leverae fUrocUOn on
training at r
i day. If
ha will i
l ii K1KONI li North Amerl-
i ,', i ad
.hi labour
i |ing sacrillce
and life, m
ni Um NatnnaJJai Part]

i l QKANTaV

' s 18.000 Li
I
ro \i-ii i 'iMHiv i ,
hntud it> v
: i i | ..
:
U

HU.iii k PBJCCSft | Dyi
I
.-.
1
-

r ion cstiUB i
...
: Paiarn
UPATBUDfl i


'he fun I
laoS.MO
i r
L.i\. Troops Open
Counter-Offensive
2,000 WffiS KILLED
ll> KOHKKT \ IHMII I.MIN
rH AHMV HEADQUARTERS, K rei Sept I
United Natkma troopa Laahed bach with violence
i It-led Q Ineee lora i oi I
i front and drove Coramunfa ta Into retreat
>tiniali'H 2.0*1(1 i.imi.iMk s
A Hirpriaa Chineae thru* rlown the ancient wai n
three advani tJnited Natloni patrol
ipened theii own drive
v- 'i ippad allied unll
. .
with deed and a i
join count) i'
Allied iroopi regalnad a hill
northwest ,,f V,.n. in n and W*
wards of the db i.hhi Chlnaai

.e Red aasaull m >> hai
Renlnji up the Mow b
j fore a full-scale oflSjO I
, Reds found no mti potati
times This weoteni fr..'
jcosi the soetnj al i, j
:eil dead ami 23 prlfionen In >-' I
lO an r-stiiii.it.il
I knock
OUt al Ir.ist flv of tin
Ian-bufll Ti lanh
YANKF.t. WIT

he.1 I
Republic

Vi
ring
he would lit
"Drllghted' the
i;. rorward
lo look ".-d II
n
he map of m,

i host ad ihf ho itton of
i\i'i\ |

M r
Mob \ccuh4>s
11 ii um f Of
7 olo lit a riti n ism
AT CIVIC RECEPTION
ibe allie
Advocate Jamaica
Relief Fund
Th fund went forward ys
tardsy helped by a S50O
donation trom Bulkrlsy Ltd
Thsy nri> yet otiicrit. however,
mo iivr not yet got around
to i. iidiiin in thair donsUon.
Ths> roaget U*t sa um> -lip.
<4*ilUy by Ui* many of "time
*isf>rsr i* prolonged
why not orvr HOW'
Add your eontribiiUou. and
help eompUte Slo.ooo tnilckly
Do it today'
It i fsrly cloiing day, but
i thf Bank* or tbo
in the office of this
ii,>wn.ippr will find ttme to
Peer donation
M-/e -wiftly to do a vood
dw
*,.....,- Miaiiw
SI I> Th..
I
> nun,h t
a G a i'
(; a j
GIFTS FOR THF
ROYAL COUPLE
tors of fiic lighting equipment and
The survej bv the lllarton rame ''"," !"" "h'"' *iulpn
men of Agriculture bad made a' ., '"a *rom
Atjric
successful small sesle experiment
Jt Is believed that n
in t - btg
experiment.'C*>
nu\s mi/t\ n i wi
i ) MO
all over
Brttala only .. ix-la b
1 ;. ti losBI w.ill

< i of wtda blag*
I ..f tank* brimming

rnflltary vehicles and Ind
I The first of the two expiosions
iat dawn blew off the top of
I'ank. saM ... of flame
jhundicd* of feel into the air and
TORONTO. Sept
Toronto's personal gif
ceas Ellfahi'th and the IJuke
Edinburgh will bt
[pi
of diamond Inset gold cuff links
-_-ivi. oil :
Thursda* thai
an oil pointing of l t>ideal Cnrn-
dian scene will be j
Roval couple


W OlllUfl I >M-
\itor Stubhing
ft loeh i.i
,i
fC so La - ',' i
I orpse i
Bank II. I many sta1.

I i>ad wh.

nd Al
" CM
| -Ugh' I
Ut. j
Ii M
I
<*>>ai i *m| a <
... i.
i a
1 M
II...I,,
Mr A Mi. II L I
n II V Stedr-ni
tew
Carb-M
a Mra
I
II
Setbiuk*


laran big
i Hi ... i.
, .
;

Ming thei
tructu i
......
.or strike* again
i um i-nti .,...

United Btati ripped
uiui, of .i 00 i )
Hi IA mDoa dm
lha < lonununari i i

othai ii.. hat i
ilruek al iti.t troops 1
hiought lha Baal ill m
i
MO is.i vrarplana i
front wan n


. [i
t
' .....
eln c
uroo i j-
CtaKVELAND,
MacArthu......i I .000 marl
dafeni c plant am kai today thi
Um I'liiic.i states induat
1
ll have al
hough t

'louring a Cleveland Induati la i ,
plant he Htoppol in si ,,: rhompi
Products K.i. toi v fhj< ii naahi
' i i
i i>i >.i'i gathei ad In lot Iroi
I. rhai
liMVing auppticl I,.. ..\ il. (K.i
-itii weapons' iiiat kciit . up an.
kapi ihe anems down
the elvi
WlUl a.
I
Truman's adnm
.; personal lluortli
embarking
\ ward totaiii mi......
.ii |.. tch last night aid U
dull ha
.
PB.I. here would not conflrrr.
i plot The delega-
t nn left Millibfirough short I v
iftOr 9 JO .i to t'oimxtied on six
la o HilNborough
ii i ontalnlng
i
i nant and
-ii asjembari of ihe

New Trick*
' .mi lb*]
leai ne '
ng of the
' iKtudlng
ii out Ruanai
vantlon In Korea Di
BanalM John .I Sparkman re-
vkm ,i u.
Mates delegation anil U
i nj for) ign dtplomats on t!.
mlnuto troubts

Ml -.(111 I '1.
I in keeping my fingers
.
Ign the Treaty I'm bussj Com
i have plenty of
; uii hare oi al i
Vbei Bafted what Russians
might do Bparkmai
: 111. I* S. .1.
aid Thci are capabli
In vi li in* in KOT
man) othai things n-
.* ros Ruani...... i lot then
planes and submarines into action
ita ii for their dU
Ukf I'm lU


private
with the muahraomlna

in individual
..i i.i
. i- .. i.
of gencj
Strike Settled
Q\ ft | I .'
.
innoti
I, | , th< r of I 000
Government Customs Ho
ad <
tlil i anti il Amu
trade ,fp'
Will Walk (JiK
Ambassador John P*aaM Dulb
l" Kuiilcd Ti-..'
......I he "aaounird" the Hii'-

Hi of the 5'J
avferanc* before the
signed, probably
s*.it. n.
Acheson, i
1
oimd no llns rveiung With the
gntng < rwent
i loaad their plan-
;
I ( lochoaloVakJa, have ln-
Poland
ii s Hind lb Red
u ..f td- i. iking i -t'.P.
The "ADVOCATE"
paya for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Nif ht
Shift In Itatkfl
WAAHINGTOK, oV ,
I have [in1
. >mg pl.iti
.
I -H'se plans call*!
|

il nn .-i i
of a war. Now emphasis
ited to thi
'' s i's. againil
U grOUSSl Western
i
-i r
B.G. Ma) Ship
Ilmjber i< AnttotUa
.- .

rally cral

.i.i i i. i... ,*.,.
An Austrs
- '
-r.'ii .j 1. .i WI lian
1
FORGED 'MOTHS'
/'. CUtCl i. t//o\
. ,
i.

r the I <
If is state,,
|
pamed a
' , i |
Jtilig
PLAYERS
Korea Talks May Resume AI Sea
ll> I'HII. NHV-ini
TOKYo | [
A meeting on a nemr
sea appeared to provide
a*r which ettJ
munlsu or the
would consent to the i


the of Korea
POKT-OP-SPAJN, 6V
'' 'Tx? whaK ; * Regentl The second day pnm-
,,n her waj to the Hospit-t She ! Company Other Companies dsy with no reply from I
Ihe area were ihe Oetfc
bv home where the District mpsury and proiw-sal for liaison
vistted her The twins are doing I7* E^o Petrleum Ltd. ,bi Pan Mun Jorr, |
well t'.p. Dew conference site.
mmodlatc
poa slmlaai
illied csm

ming if o(

blame I
A (!-
/.rik
That city is i
'

nds to the meet
led Nat
I

r;idgway with
nd renewal of
mand 'h^.t United Nation' adn
'' I fear of I
Ridi
i r
garotti ;


PACE TWO
Cahib Qcdiinq
BARKAIK>S ADVOCATE
SATIKDAY sKPTKMBKR X. Il
I HMWA.y C'OLVWS:
DR V M METIVIER. Eye Sur-
I Trinidad *

s.ing IliKht fron
Trinidad >e*terday.

Barbadian Lawyer
Ml WIl U \Ms i
Barba.li.i-, who wa>
.ailed U
I be Intro-
tlileed to the local Hai mi alimdav.
old Hum-
sonlan and has been in England
i. r li yen He was in the IIA.r
during World W.,, n Me is of the

Three-Year Course
MR C. W wickhav
Master :tt Corn her mere
Ih v tu Puirtn Rh
i ' utend the
Me Ml] ch
Mi Wlckhan. u th- m <>t sjn
0 w kh .., ..- villa Real".
u 11,11 and the late Mr.
Clennell Wiekhsim Editor of the
Herald".
After ^Twenty-five Years
Next PortBrussels
MR A. V NVREN. American
I af the
hare has now gem-
is normal two-year tour of
i u,\. His next post a
n Belgium where hi will ihe
the American Em-
-Is He will prob-
; en-! ol ih.
Tbo Many
Nylons
Back From Arbitration
Court
SIR JOHN SAINT h back In
lUrbados after attending the
Kite Arbitration Court In B.(J He
arrived on Thursday via Trinidad
b) RW.IA
Si i John was a member of the
Tin uniting opened in
lepsei ibsj '
N
LADY SAV.Uil
lvy League'i Fair
A',u:
Younger Son
ItHlVING from New Zealand | ny.J?"
Panama yesterday was
NEW YORK
istertty la offklally out. And
. 'locking surplus is so
great that manufacturer* have
nad to i ui prtesa twice.
still women will oot buy
enough at lower price, to satisfy
1'tfkeeper".
Defence produrlion adminislra-
ttir Man... rteiechmann prj-
ni-unceU the obituary over am-
Nylaeta tu W cm
Nylon tnckkngs for the
home market are likely to be
cut. because more are to be
exported to pay for rearma-
ment, said the Board of
Trade.
From the Daily Express
".erltythe
AV ATM 11 K nMMA (Member, Only)
THE Mt'DI-ARK"
.!-> ALUC GL'INNKSA
TH1 Royal md Merchant Navy
Welfare league's fair at the
Drill Hall last Saturday waa at-
MR WiiJaHX.hhy TAYLOR left mwia rl.....' Htl ".:;,., (ha Oov-
He i- on tdt way "*> Hatasj*. The
l>ack to the US. after ,i twelve. v" ,,Im '"Jippnlnt-
lay holiday in Barbados, his first ,n "Penlng the fi
visit here In twenty-flv* nan '?* ***?'
; with the "Bud" lt"* ,hr "'*' 'alr tald bv the
apany in Phi.adel- py*\ "lid Merchant Navy Wel-
paia. During his holiday he wa* ,-'" : '* m>' rrtval in
with his mother Mrs Barbados, and II was wiih vary
Taylor of Brighton, Black pi' I " *.ept*d the
Reek. invitation to open this function.
The object and work of tin.
Ten Days
I. ten-day visit arc M
and Mrs R Fra/er Raeji
HF
a
Hew
. workcrs tad I would iik. to
tik, this Opportunity of thanking
Trinidad yesterday ,in(l hrr lr-ini f W1,,ke|. on M
..vina at the :hP have donr ^,.,1 ,., ,l..i"
Ocean view M< U
Mr. Ri-ckit is Reatdenl Partner ihe i
in the W.I of Messrs Watkins and tfJtl i
London and
'Icorgc Page, younger son of
tn | and Mrs E K. Page The
l..*t leg of his joumev from Triru-
dad lo Barbados was by BWt.A
(leorgc who has been in New
ZeMand since IH7 Is an entomol-
ogist. Here tor month's holiday.
he is staying wtth relatives at
Yorkshire Christ Church
Champ Of To Canada
TRINIDAD'S open singles lawn
tcnnU champion Kenny Traa-
trall will leave Trinidad next week
ioi Canada where he will reside
with hi* wife Joy
This will mean a sad loss to
Trinidad and West Indies sport as
he is regarded as one of the finest
ball plovers In those parts
Factory Supt-
M
oacnt holidaying In Bar-
- bados are Mr and Mr* Bertie
no and an tjoing ror Talma The> are sta>inK with Mr.
i.. entertalnmenl nnd welfare e4 Tajms'i brother In Mexwell
Mt Talma II F.-.torv Superin-
tendent at Plantation Ogle, British
i haw troros of ''"*
apprreiati. S3 ach these n-___U r\- 4-- _
men enjoy iij.-n,visits to Barbados opposite L/irections
Hu- this League cannot function |LfHS CLYDfc AALCOTl' left
without fundsa small grant i. i* England yesterday by the
pren M tjovernment. but owing tfolflfo f to Dm increasing work they are Is due lo leave England on Sep-
obllgad to raise additional money tember 13 for Australia.
1 realise the many calls made on ... ,
mi pockets foi the large numbci Incidental Intelligence
ir deaerving stK-ietirs in Barbados,
; I do make a very strong ap- /~|N^ chorus girl to another: "He
pend generously V/says he likes me because I'm
" *"i their way back to and give the League the -upport the innocent, old-fashioned tvue
ix-nding n holiday tin y urgently need and deserve to who thinks a million dollars Is '
with their parents Sir George and carry on their excellent work lot 'if money."
Lady Seel, who were at the oir- I have much pleasure In declnr- Chtcouo Sim port to see them off. ing this fair open. ^ L.E.8.
h w i
Murrav ami Mi Robert
11 Mi
i aiitaiia. Florida They are also
fliists at the Oee;m View Hotel
Spent Holiday With
Parents
OF F tn Jamaica yesterday of dasj
morning by B.W.I.A went Mr but 1
Bryan Seel and his sister Hrenda. peal to you all to spend generously
-d used by so
when the Korean
mg went badly:
"Nothing like austerity t* in
tore for Americans. Under
.resent plans controls (by Bru-
sh standards U.S. controls would
ieem like wild luxury) probably
-m be eased in 153 Civilian
production is nut going to be cut
drastically."
Nylon manufacturers last year
turned out over eight pairs for
each of the 76,064.000 American
women. Many still wear rayon
or cotton. .
Price* were cut from fl.63
(Ms. W.1 a pair to $1.50. then t<
fl.U Now Burlington Mills, one
of the btggeet mker, announce*
cut to SI 25.
Spotlight
On Judy
HrtU*i applause during Jud>
tiarland's recent tour strengthens
her fur a bold step. Born into a
theatrical family, she made hei
debut in U.S. variety at two. mis
she is going back to it before tin
most terrifying vaudeville spot-
light In AmericaBrnadwav*
Palace Theatre.
With her they are going lo tr
what they dki years ago with
Sarah Bernhardtreserve all the
the house for )u*t two
shows a day.
Variety has not been able tj
get away with it since the rllm
came ulong To get away wit!
it now they counl on Comeback
Judy for at least 80 minute*, the
entire second cialf of the bill
To-night
visit
MORGAN
e most BeoiiHhil Wlpht Club /rotn Miami to Rio
u-ith a rorId-u-ide reputatioa for good 1ood
Mimic, Dancing
En tertainment
throughout the night
Dial 4000 tot reservation!
GLOBE THEA THE
TODAY 5 & 8.15 SUNDAY NITE 8.J0 P.M
Th "PRESTIGE FILM" Of Th Ycr
Mario Lanza! New Idol!
Hottest singer in a
decade!'"-
ii > SOON '
iivit
DIAL 2310 '*""
TO-UAV
WABMIB OKI "lliis -II. IM #
CAonn m -Ki%% TmMWTMI l.sMMllMr
with brbin PAVTON HfMM I'ARTCH V* ;.. o_ BOMD
i.. Spatial Tit fotor ""r
...a .-U..I-I ."
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I aL.\atj.\ DM 8404
TSIIY -Mil k A CUM IN* I I
M Cra*a-Aj>a ghrrNSsa
I*>" Ooerv and Tit* D***l Cng Kid'
. All IV
I III GARDEN ST. JAMES
DAY A TO-MOBJtOW BOO p t.
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i.d i- ?-
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bid sjunfttf" >*
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JcUiiin' Mrh Bio-1.
rc punvll mm
-D*>- On Th*
Ori IM..J-
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DIAL
2310
an HeMso
DCI BOOBJ
Only
oce!
.XOW PLAYi\1i . .
4.15 and 1.31 p.m.
.ml roattnutnc DiIIy _
AIM the Color Short tltf90fj
-SPORT OF MILLIONS' V TO TM
I .1.-1 "WORLD NKWS-- and BRITISH NSWaV.
Showing: Srrnaa VMUi Randy Turpln
ROYAL
TO-DAY te -l\H\i 4.3t and II
SWORD -SLASHING DOUBLE
"DON RICARDO RETURNS"
Starring:
FRED COBY ANTHONY WARDE
CORSICAN BROTHERS"
Starring
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, .'r.
ACTtOS AT MIB-MTE
SPEC1AI Mil.si I I SHOW TO-NtTT.
COLUMBIA TRIPLE ATTHACTIOH
BRASSIERES
NIGHTIES.
HANKIES BOXED
LADIES NYLONS
T. It
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DIAL 4220
(1) "AIR HOSTESS"
(S) KING OF THE WILD HORSES"
(3) ACROSS THE BADLANDS
WITH CHARLES STARHETT SMIIJ1Y BURNETT
IMIYY OPENING TO-DAY U Tnf^ay 1.M .1 --------.....i:i: it.'Sf Fa< Drakte----- ANN BAXTER DAN DA1LEY OIVMI'K TO-DAY U MONDAY l. a) 1.15 I'nivrraal Alomlr DoaMa TONY MARTIN YVONNE nE CARLO In
" TICKET TO "CASBAH "
TOMAHAWK snd
and "CITY ACROSS
"MY BLUE HEAVEN" Starring - -BETTY OR.\H' r DAN DAIITV THE RIVER" Starring Stephen McNAU-Y SUE ENGLAND and Introducing THE "DtTCFS


SATl'RIl.W n| I'll MiiHR s. I9JI
i IRU .Ini> \n\ in ATE
PAGI TIIRIF.
TASPOHITS TOP IN ENTERTAINMENT
Steel Band Plays
At Savoy Hotel
--. tf:
womits iiit.(.isi iaiiii
.: >on .
The Tunidad steel band now louring England
climbed to one of the topmost poiks of the British enter-
tainment worldthe Savoy Hotol, London, whti
playinc in cal
Rolling their oil-drums into the Savoy, whieb tan
command the pick of the WrOrid'l Hnes- cnlwtrel artistes,
members of tha Trinidad All S*vl Parcuaakm Orchestra
chalked up another mark on the record of their historv-
m.iking stay in Britain.
Rainstorms. I U-.-.il-
Hit Trinidad
HOUSES FLOODED
ROADS BLOCKED
IAS I
..-'. .i ilUC programme mid ha*

woild i<- appaai la
how. It ha?
itudloa of a Leadlnf BrtUao
sr.mophoi'
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PORT-OF-M-Al\. S
Widespread ddrtiBfc unpre-
cedented in tfie Colony* rv t that Wl Indian ai-
Matory, wai caused through ..- Imfam Ii.ive deaily
storm* and iloud* on Su .lired to achieve for many year*.
Monday. Homes Wl PHrir ('.innnr
asj-sau: r zsSSSS&zz
Truin early s ' *"' toimoi. the Trmidadian
atorm cloud. *er I '' ' H in Ihe forefront
with flashes of lightning and** tha ftaah eamMlgn to make
peals of thunder thus Intunai .....' '-1 *e*1 Indian cul-
ihut Trinidad had received iu ''" "But ' lrt< depends on
.);.,: t.f aba aurricai i hleh DM TA8PO U thaj> will uy on lor a

Ihe tour i>l tha piovlnces. playing In
iUlh dance-halls, we sh >)1 OM>
tainl] anna for tham to
coconut tree, and lar " ^ aw**" to
telie iraea that fail aid h"" taspo I
storm. Tamporan lias i-"t K"<:
baan provided fa* manv who ara cr, and Bo < aribbean
left boraalai Haam lol I '
destruction of poultry and crap Motm Baptlata, (he Tripldadian
has been reported. Acre* of cabaret star, is oui | l
tomatoes and lemon;'. >-
been washed m u-ni, but .i new arrival
wind tha luphacl da Leon.
roar more than 12 feet over .. (infer.
banks eftei term, leav- one mJU* .. Britain
ing the lands around di ... ,,.,, TASPO when i!
I telei Laton appearance
U.K. Hat* V53S>0<)
Par Jamaica
tUttt COUCH MIIII
So
l.i N DON. Sept ~

have been col-
Britaia Ice iha iiuifi-
i I Bui that is small
pared < the turns expected
during the naxl few an
Bear) . town, urban dl
i. and borough in Great Brit-,
DM baaa asked to launch the
. (or Jamaica, and the first
I m will ( lays.
Pron the olhce of the West ln-
d rouui.ittee in Norfolk Street.
0ei I OOf letters have bean sent
i" tha i..m weak by Mix New-
-. . \.i. ..( the Relief
I atnaai
in addition it. thai ata^ai opai
thai ub-eoaanaltteei >>i the
futirt hnva Imt active arranging
m (unctions and COUacUni
d .lothing for Jamaica
coUaatasj
900 haa been paid throua*
na The ranaaiaing tis.ioo
has arrived in cheques of various i
.1. nr-nnnations :.l the West |ndl.
CommtUea office
Stop that Cough!
i

ruats couch in/iacis
S'ld irfiUlifif. Illllc .ouv'ds la hi
aie ready to b aaaaal
throat 0)
mo* ii cooo cniMftrs ami
jsaM i 4. OJutlUa >> a in., .hi.i<..n
A :<2VEAR OLD Vlauuee> rhanflmr. Alois Sk'. Iran, docided to heconie thf>
"World* biggam aater"- a tiUr ha uintd h< M -''tuts LM iw 'KK* laaaenai Vita
four poiuida of raw horse flesh, a feat which took him 4 bean, > nUaatea. 12 sacoud'
After maklag it known th.it lie wonld <
might die from over eating His perron
- waned l>y madid I anthontie- that
i l..me crowd in Vfeiiaa
BZPMBH
been sweeping the
Houses were carried i
floods, while some
HOUSES SOLD BLACK
MARKET
'- >Ki' OK-SI'AIN. -
'Don'Is' lor T'tlatl
Itarrislcrs
i Pr win Our Oh i.
PORT-Or-flPAlI Ben I
Trtnidud baxflatan ertu have
in abide by Mcerta" In the near
futuio. Aecordlnfl to .. Bat,
b.n 11 !ei an i
from. ia> duinjt
tling do h as the
writing of lett,
ages and the preparatii
rnenai tor tha m

balf-houi show called "Carib-
i.-t." rxlric Connor and
lei's company, all old
Hands at television, were also in
[Lord KHjcnener araa
making his first television broad-
I
l hundred miles
from London, people who had


van
A high nuc
'( oflkial lunajaatad that ma antira
,,i ahoa mtghl I I 'he an-
al Radio Show, no* baUig held
10.000,000 Notes In New
B. W.I. Currency Change
LONDON,
An initial ordei ol 10,000.000 nolei is being Riled by
tuiiknutf printers in England fur the c
taking place in tin* Ea n Caribbean C
by a Colonial (>'!> ,
5we.Kn8TOrm.c5 d '.',"',;:: r:?;.,;*,
for many y<
-
1 ua 1 hleh miii noi
To Hold (niis^ion g^pj
TO ryoiiHi, nro
< ONSTRUCTOR' LOADS
MOLASSES FOR
CANADA
Tha motor vessel Canadian
1 iHsiAurtee. which arrived hcn
..... Hntish Gulaaa via Trinl-
Oad, Granada and St Vinceni
>estentay. is luading sugar and
inada
Shj brought little enrgo tron.
DrlUah Guiana and Trinidad. ln-
1 hiding printed matter, medi-
Unnad butter, cotMlenartl
milk, ohaaaa, drtad trutt, shirts.
.r.i battariaa
The Canafuetor is expected to
It piojuitii ,,. Barbudois on her home-
on Sunday nigh'
.,1 to Meaars
Austin A Co. Md
including
enl at theae lota. DECREE ABSOLUTE
he purchaai arrl I u, lno Court for Divorce ami
Caahaaars lunqun Facs FoaidM
. . ao itUaiy amoot
. aaaicalaly parfumad
.*!*. alUga sol 1 It for houn
aaJ hours. it los you
thai aantral vlrld taek.
"ZjW (A4rC**U
PACI rOWOIR
f Ol THAT HATUtAt VIVID lOOR
World's Finest Small-car
gives even greater value!
cmvscrs />' \rt
tartal
. Matrili ial cauaea. The ....
iMlies and other Municipal ,, t, c, ( f j,,,)^-. Sir Allan
" -..... ctivitiea have been brought to CoUymora voaterday pgonounoad
Phov tat l< ol coi ,,,,,. abaoluta In tha can
' ; [...iniciHe .mil t.ninal ducunienl |< ^\ j; u/iles petitioner and 11 I
owns.:.. ixpcno ,. held. Including a rn-" >y it i> Wii.-s. respundent
Audit Deparbnant In rafar- m, w w. Reece, K C. In*
and
tnu-rv-ffw* t_ ,1 e I itllc hi
nactlon wltta vhlcji Ihwy a ehaiica to see the best of ie
are or wore engagei (c) Insert- radto and taievhuon programmes
lng "barrister-all. ah BftuaU) baU| broi
names i>n letter heads us this is .. *_
"not in aecord.niio arlth pro- Carnival Atmosphere
fcssional etiquette". for press photographs or permit- one i>l the two televunon .studios
ting themseives to be photo- i< AU-xamler Palace, on the north-
graphed with an i i outskirts of London, the Weal
or any client; (el supply photo- (ndl imaged to create
graphs of themselves for : the atmoaphi
tProm Our Own Carrpondnt
PORT-OP-SPAIN. Basl
Government has decided
ppoltM .1 CorAaanalon lo Inajulra
Into the ohvumabuacai auiTound-
ing the escui SS-yaar-oul con*M1 arh
n August
20. last. Cordon
.'.
I avantllle
"1 would ntaari dl

Lakan b)
squad ol 1
Hpnad oi t'1
l>n-i i' by 50, 20.
iii and tuo-eent pieces in iupn-
niekoi and oi alf-ctnt
to (1|, in hronzi .i .
ill be iH]
hi r
i
balances of the Council
. I by CotUe Calfojd 4 O
appet
retl for P M
irsii . >
K Wiles
Famous Brilish-Built
MORRIS MINOR
scores new success
Hare la a four-door, lour MaMI
family aaloon -aamall ear la a
vary big way with *< i oaamoaa
tlon for four h.1u1ih nippy IB
(ntmv.eaav to iurk. ami Ufa* '
lu drlva.
Corruption
Hi
1'iUi.
I

."ke said thiil 'ui':lk lecelVlnf f. In thai
< to aiakVe
lit
in the I're-
OLD PEOPLE GET
CLOTHING
...I The studio.
onl> 70 feet long, had a bamboo
badedrop ,t one and in front of
huh taspo played. Al
< araa highly-
. .;. urad
: .
fbf the
lie awam the shaik-iniv-.ii ,i
from Carrera buand to the Ameri-
can Base ut Polnte Gourde and
there stayed in hiding aaUni
tnangiK.'s unUl he was able t
steal a bkycie han ha lournajed
to] atuhs. Ban Juan, -Don't hit
ma" he x.laina-d tit tiie poUcC
Gordon will be charged in oie
of the polara Courts shortly
(Ivei 100 cldt
I., lha Salvation Army Hall. Well- d.
Ington Btraet, to the* two gathered
.hem from ;d| their
States of I
equipment. There were I
.. ith liiiir
of cameraman and asslst-
Tbe hall was packed and the
diKtiibuiion was ktopped for a
time as the any. iound iheatudio,
,lllv xho theclolh- ' travelling microphone slung on
ing were Mrs- B. D. Mottley. Miss lb* i-^im and
E Holder and Mr. D. Gieeiiuige large numbers of laatps of all
shape* and sl*es. Men d ished con-
directlni
teating
lights, mnvinu fiiniitin
.',] over ti,.-
Hoof, like arrltli
m thi rnldal >f It all. TAi I
iii lik.' a vetar ui tahr* I
completelv unperturlx'd b> tha
. i i
In his dreaami .....m
i It Commr seni '
age tome lo the V.'
havo lean what I
has done. Now I don't want j
hear any Wesi Indian say v
haven't got B culture" B.t'.r.

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PACE FOIR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1M1
BARBADOS &#A0\ (D&TE
SuUiriln\. September H. Ml
~TIIE IMAMIIV
THE |
Chairman of tha Si
Ived the
question ol >!
Secondary Sd* I I whh *'
must be |
In the first ploL-e. I be com-
mendable on the pan
Hillgnil to I modying
now existing in the schools,
it is no part (ri od that body to
supply schools Thi
ceclent lui Muh action. The pi'
Michael's Girls' School was tb result < the eisdwavonr i i the lav Hi
wood, Mi Alonsa Bullen, Mi. John
Beckles and Archdeacon SI
the circumstances which |
demand wen
It is tne duty of the QovenuMnt t"
supply schools and equip them oven ;. 1-
though it has bean tha policy in tr I
for the Churches in the past t
then u The question of Ml
ondary school whether lor boy* or girls in
St Michael should not be examila
isolated instance but rathat in conjunction
with ttw necessary n ats which
an obviously needed. Any dadsion taken
by any body outside tha l lovarnor in Exec-
utive Committee should be submitted lor
their consideration
The Education Authorit) ahould '" con
suited at an earrj vtafa -fid from thaJr
fiX'ommendiiiiiins i: aril] ba nwn whether
the re-adjustmenl or revision of the nln-
cational system demands new schools ol
the present type or the e.iablishment ol
junior and senior iQhooll Ul ord
move the smaller children from the pres-
ent overcrowded institutions catering to
the needs of children in I
It might be that the division of Harrison
College into junior and senior s the establishment ul a technical training
centre at Combcrmcre School riucht re-
lieve the pressure on these schools In the
case it is intended 11 should
be converted into a school for girls, tha
question mii>ht well lie considered wheth-
er a third girls' school should be situated
within such close proximity to Queen's
and the St. Ml hael'i Girls' School
ln this case too, ii might be ol some advan-
tage to establish junior and senior SChooll
of to erei t school In tome other distnct
Whet* it would cater to children in the ,
OUtlylng parishes
Thrs- are issues which might easily he
overlooked by thi snj ofhei
body spurred by the best intentions men-
ly because of its lack ol comprehensive '.
information as to the overall educational I
needs ol the island.
And Anally there is the legal ;< ipeel
Springfield, now known as the DeaMTJ
because it is the residence of the Hector ol
St Michael and Dean of St. Michael's
Cathedral, was bought and vested m the
Rector and his The question
BS to whether ii., D> U " 'ho right to
give and the V< accept tha property
must be settled Brat; ami. seeing that it is
not incumbent upon the Vestry to
schools it might he well for the initial
suggestion It) be submitted to the Govern'
or in-Executive Committee before any
decision is taken.
Even A Persian Honkcy
< ok id See What's Uoing
To Happen Here
PULL up the carpel to Ml on.
11 Kl \M I II MM \II.AV
''">' ... .. _
n, Ihink it up from the Abdan storage tanks.
There is in. paraffin fr lighting
'
I
"' which " to be im-
bitler iMar.utac-
\t*dan.
.-, In the
.-hen i
. kill me, bin Q hil rup

' insufficient security in Pei
in -


;
imp ott Into rviln.
M^sjjuleg. who

does ot
.his pnib-
|
i < the eJlfT.
in, will !><
I

Much or Avcri'll Hs
. I
i.. Hai rbnaa
Than ire
ml number
ho una> rsti


risibility
since the
itioti

about Us
heartily KUppori. MoaNi
Uonel tr\ It knows



.MIT I

i tine would
to Ihfl i I
Ev-n if lh.il
Ibf inedibil-
ity, ualeai m thing
quickly, of
*. i
The Gleam
lt in* iiiIk r Hut*
11 lla U;.n
M \K4 II
pi hei
wits Angto-I
MAKfU 111
nian, is -
Persia votes
uUmUoo Britain
-Illegal."
atril M: fluawln Ala,
Mi I.
\t ! Bi 111 apBepti
Ui nalfcu-
UOB.*
i iYt> I iln asks Hague
ii m Mi Waurttu*
of! Abadan.
U Ol -I
lord Privy Seal, ler i
\i <;i vi n Talks break

W I.I v|
!i | ft
mug oil
Dt Ol the
' murta play in kevp-
HIB I
itale ol siokr

..irrleil by cryptleaO) 'The most wc
" >v' -y" i "'- "**" H n il can sped if wt be
the AiiRlo- ,,rit. unpopnlor SI poUtli
Its first agn-emcnt lasted 28
vears. and was then denounced b>
the Persians. Its second lasted 18
years, and wag denounced tbi>
i.rnposf.l a third agree-
"ii ol in whuh the company wouli
b involvi I. if under another
aama, which wa* to b* lor 2'-
years It /ould not be surprisiro.
tha ompany felt there w*
to
' nkins; forward as I-:
as that.
A.I ir.bn^conaide.ed. would any
oi be prepared to orT
ihrt the Perslaoa would not find

ven yeei
'lie Communists
did sot B ar would ciM- U
panj tune to make other arrangw-
more reliable places Uiai
PBffStl
'Let 'em Stew'
ithcr f.iclor must be
weighing with the ll company. If
Ihc first pla.-e. I!
i re reported to have said tha
Abadan ciinnot u- dafandad bin
third world war. Persian oil might
be useless to the Russians, but
(hey could deny it to us in
iimtter of hours.
Anglo-Iranian Oil Compare
alone will have IC.OOO.kWO-to.
leliinnii capacity in Iln'
scon Thai is a third of (he out
put of Abadan, Those refiner i<
may be vulnerable, but they are
than Abadan
In addition to all this, the da;
of the -uper-rennety is passlns
This is a jet age Jets run oi,
pkraffln. The i-lr.u tat 0
trim crude is coinpara-
.p proce-
et.mpared with the plant .....
lor costly high-grade aviation
i.gines
But somehow, if Persia is tu
survive, some way will have to b'
luund to get the oil flowing again.
The advice th:it h.is been given t"
Whitehall from here is that lh->
only way to convince the Pcrslan-
o| their felly is to let them stew
In their own Julie for a bit
Cash PlsasV

til,
of tin

raM to i .i aflablt partneiihls? for Mr. Attlee.
nian Oil Company Mossadeg consideretl for
think m< n i<*t its boy- moment uni then muttered
wHhOUl U petrol uh laughtOi t| Pmum tun and "Tell him to send us money."
l.i:.s.
Afl I final testimony to tin
iph I i tten sb In dlfflcultku of QM aiUns doctor i
Downing atrl it is dirfereni quote liarriman. who before hi
hare." left for London railed on Moaaadeg
trij) (rom Ii H j" Ibk then to come to to say good-bye.
i a syeainent with Harrtmaii asked the Prime
iiiitained by (hi . ,ih any hope of a Minister if he had any message
Siiiehiir lewis Sign* till' In A
; Minor Key
woiii.ii no H mi B) BbMtal
I i i- lleinrniann
249 paxes.
B> I.MIKlii: M \l i ul M
TIKIMSON
tin fealitince D^ovonanta, hev*
ended by boring us Hei.
brushed by the wings of gteatm,
Tii. narrator is sent by the tecral
leaden of !he Home Front to in-
vi ttieate a leakage of infonnntion
ni.ill Norwegian town In
an atmosphere-poisoned with faai
and suspicion, he nuUtei ttarUlnv
. Ilk* John 1^.1- i'!<"v''r"' ll'lilenrcich. a l,.l
. -un: i.-k bocs for hi. ilu-,n.- hi hu awn WM|, ympatliicr. to iin nl.
ucuualntanrc of hia from 1hi> urn-
NOBODY'S
DIARY
miihIji EBsffoadoa had u nuiuaiui'
of .i hurrti rninfj and moat
people UvUg along the south and wes:
coast will bs able t-> form some idea of
the havoc which a hurricane with winds
blowing at (our times the velocity of
Sunday would do.
Monday It fcj IfOOieal that the open.:.
the sea-egg season should coincide with
high seas with the result that sea egg
divers cannot operate.
fueda> 0 bare was a hurricane
scar-.' today. Unless the Weather Bureau
can notify us ol a hurricane before it
has passe-i to Ifst, north of the island.
there will Ix.- little hope of taking pro-
tective Mil H
Wednesday The visit of Mr. Bernard
Brame, M.P, suggests that Members ol
Parliament have turned over a new
leaf, ln the past they have only seen lit
to visit us when there was upheavals oi
Nature, political disturbances, labour
troubles or trade difficulties.
It is to be hoped that other Members
of Parliament and high officials in the
Government and the Services will make
it a point to come and see how we live
normally; then perhaps we will no
longer lind army officials issuing railway
tickets from Jamaica to Barbados and
I of London papers expecting their
correspondents to take a morning stroll
from Barbados to Jamaica to get a story
of the protective measures taken after
the hurricane.
And flniUy the rank and tile in Eng-
land ma) begin l< discover that Barba-
doa la not near Bombay and that the
West Indies are not on the West of India.
Thursday I am delighted to learn thai I
proposal put forward by the Advocate
sometime ago tor the routing of 'buses
':.. ,-, .1
The object of the routing and stagger-j
Ulg nl the arrival of 'Imses in Bridge-
town is 10 relieve the congestion that
takes place daily.
Il is proposed that suburban 'buses
should have termini outside the city and
should pass through the city instead of
making Bridgetown a parking site for
Imses
Friday I have been ill on several occasions
but this is ihe iirst time that I have
taken to wearing dark shades. It is sur-
prising to tind what dividends dark
shades pay and what good contacts one!
can make from behind dark lenses. Inj
future I shall never be without my dark!
shades.
i it. it \ ys in in \ tiox
A book that remains shut is but
a block
Proverb.
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snea -( tha rlnn rum;;
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uknt. iirilllial Irounclnu on the whole
tri scene ol Tl
What of NtpUuie, cornel well out of the
ntii..... i
v.'iMlv. Ilt'lilomi-U'h's Waft is 111
Birl he had Iovp.1 and I
:i student. nnd Held'tiri'irti>
fanatkel leadi-r of the Nsai
parly In the town. 1* In f.nt hi-
son. whose mlitanos he h;s nsvsi
a susported
CO-OPERATIOK
THE people ol Antigua have i
nislied other peoples In the West Indies
with ai. example whkfa might '
followed with advantage. Th*j ire no*
showing that flenient of in operation
which pays dividends.
Only a tew weeks I m that i land was
torn hv Industrial -:iif- which thi
to do great harn I Uv economy ol ths
island The-: Utshing wjitiiv.:

i hi eauss walei brent worki
ipi and Hi"'
ships between eni]>l jrefl
ivere moat unsatisfactory Today there li
.t thai. ins, and
the entue community stands !
Lodwkk ixiiiKH t iiitUm
it ul.irU fin
f mankind Nor is lie ono To tl Brim mflodrani.i M-
muuthed wnfers briniw uneasy Inshtht m motive
Vtther to ignore tho ironic writing; humour; nbove nil.
i hint at it Each page a personal lyrlcisn Best novel thif.
,, -'' U top BO invlsl- week; mi outstanding novel mn
-' blc warning "For Men Only". week.

fi>T the |i
Weh.
Self- I.,, tloti i
ImlnUs ild for _
sake, on whom Lodwiek T,u* WF.ST
is the first un ,. yj^. lnc|Ud(. _
mi "' ,l; w. kiu l-.y named
[n [ 8 Don Carlos, affable HAMILTON hu his BUI
wibaglm,. ji >''"',"*ul ubout how lo U-U storyand hu
,, rnomentarlly overturned own ,dCM , v hat iXory x Ml
o) Thia prince, who Hia method i
UK
Hamilton (nn.UNf.
pssea
B> Patrick
US, fid. 3(1*
!
... ,,,i panu
n ai. a hum- ('"'misl.
ravourabl)
i

to to|educated at Dart- fashlonfxi He lands a little apart
f escaping rim bu( unshiokable .whispering
1 i?!H* "'""l1*. h Cm" ' *hr reader Im little asi
high reputation as a ,hl. ,lorn,, slo _and u a noi
rid storyunfeids: "Much
. Carnell who steals my dislike the *haraeter of Corse
: comrades, H must be conceded that he
I ... .. .< i .. B win ni.. vsiriCAa .HI! L\ ...^^ .^^ ^ ^..
1 (ctolnl IlKuro things thorougl ly."
> in. importuiiMs Ui
Ml -ik-I
lo Un ctufhl .vilh IH,. slolci
in. hand!
Il.ij.liii iir wiih k.i:.'. ......un
I "la. md:____
.li'.i..... lo wit
.......
. ! LiuiiliV UkI-
rould be .till
h. In. t a
' llnl. IM il be uld at

Lit
What Gorc .lid was to .ssvinoU
.. poor young girl out of her life
;',.; laving.. Bui Corw. It Is plain
" will not remain on this lowly rung
, of the ladder. He has a fului.
'."L? ."jSrl!.0'2.,K one day hU pMw.pl. -Ul .,.-
pear in all the ewspapers as the
Man wilh the Hypnotic Eyes
Hamilton deals evrrely with such
ensationalism: "Gonfe had no
hypnotic quality, all he did nw
to use common *ense and take the

alerit) of talent to

toT MIIIIMi \i int. mii.iskim:
] Sivurd Hurl. Seeker and
Wareerg. Ua, fid. v-i pages.
I "I'NTLESS novels, swkmg lo
exptoll ! in-half of
greatest pains.''
A tale Ol criete and moral lur
pjtuda ,iv it m ght U- told >
OUcttOr*! rlerk. a method with I
tang of its own.
World (optHtht Reserved
Ui? a
Our ICi.mGi i s S;
/ nfrii'ii\ College Damage
.
bave i eeri
received
'
i net of the
tclegr.'otv fi I i
hlch Mr.

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the Junior
Common ROOR) with such under-
u Then piano,
Barbadian
it present on
mi iport-
' live I \ organising a
k ink good this
held Wed
w;il to grntefully re-
I. Iii. i i" -i i;i.As-sMirii.
Resident Tutor.
I
.'.'..-/ (iin*truction
In SI. Thoma*
.--ofe
iK>en pre-
keep mute resiwctlng



"'truction In the

ku *">ds grow.'
road: although the road la con-
structed on Mr. Adam tarred *y-
ti m. The same road parses through
lavated lands and contains no re-
taining walls. The earth from the
lands at th* sides of the road, is
washed on the road bv the rains.
and It stays there and creates
pot-holes which are vt danger-
ous. Secondly, the road heads to
Flying Fish comer at String Farm
constructed vvlthout the
least thmiKht of making means to
eouvOy the rain water from the
I catch pit or an appro-
priate place. Thi* water during
rainy saaoni ihrei a do uneasl-
ne*s to those who liva at Flying
Fish C'unier ,md further down the
I dlagon-
-i 11v about SOft In length, and
Bi Ihe edge of the Juno
tion and :.md post.
lo. It eRl lion and the
road. I do hc/je that this
of thoae in au-
od that thev will make
lie the situation.
JOHN HAYWOOD
Sprins Farm.
ihe Man Who Walked In
At Bosh-Hash Talks
IRIEF CASB WAS HIS ONLY, 'PASSPORT
NEW YORK.
A NKW YOHK husinesH man who inno-
cenll> walked into a luisli-huHh atomic
h";irinii he lore senators is carrying in his.
head some of America's biugest secrets.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, after
assuring itself of his loyalty in a three-hour
questioning, is withholding his identity.
But "Mr. X" has been warned: "Forget
what you heard."
"Mr. X" is more puzzled than amused ai
the lack of security precautions which lei
him into tins secret meeting in the Senate
of the Appropriations sub-committee on
Armed Sorviivs.
His only lickcl of :nlinission was an inno
cent-looking brief case.
THE UFUl'
Air Force Brigadier-General H. A
Shapard spoke In detail ;it ihe meeting aboui
Anu'ina's Ripply ol atom bombs, and how
they would be handed over to the air force
if war broke out
When he had flnJshed, oonualttaSj chairman'
Senator Joseph O'Mahoney turned lo the|
elderly civilian sitting near by and said :
"I believe you are the air force's civilian,
expert in this Held We are ready to hear'
from you "
General Shepard interrupted to say: "W.
didn't brim; a civilian expert."
WHO ABE YOU?*
O'Mahoney. patiently: "I'm referr:i
the gentleman ittttng near you."
The general (not so patiently); "1 know
that, sir, but he*i not In our group "
OVahonej (even lass patiently, and
staring at the man): "Then who are you
with *"
The civilian, calmly: "I'm with a New York
O'Mahoney looked startled, and asked::
"Mow dul you i
And this was the explanation the stranger
offered :
JUST WALUD IN
"I just walked In, The door was open.
"1 thought il was an open meeting. N'oLody
asked me any questions and nobody said I
could not come in "
W\ O'Mahoney whispered
k : "Call the F.1*1 "
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SATTRlnY. BEPTEMBKI 8. U51
Barbados \nvoc.\Tr
! \i.r f i\ r
SI /' i.
\i'ti -
()0 F In Tin- Sluul.
OIL COMPANIES CARRY OUT SUB-SURFACE SURVEY
Within Five Miles Of
Barbados' Cktars
Fined Id'- For
Blackguarding
i Mi-mi STATE HMiinM.
Mk
MONIES
Barristers
Introduced
To Local Bar
Two irriste
*
& h ikilstnjh who ap-
ace ui the
i

roved thai
bar an.
Sir Allan Coll;.
,\nii.-i -..; Al der imt asr-
Dolslngli. tends prac-
tising I
Introducing them, tt .

making r. ot the

neighbouring oo
Mr. Alt l
t>r by thp Honour....:,
Cray's Inn m Jul] l*J and Mi.
.ilirabl,. SiKi.-ty of Lincoln's Inn
in November 1949.
- v
two lawyi i
tent ion of practicing Bl
bar
No Ki.r.- Even)
The Honourable thg
Judge aald that time i
the Introd
blW In ' '!>is island
was a rare occasion and quite
vent In legal on
-
mission both of eons of the soil and
Of I IWJTM ERHB i'
colonies I
are EraqjiMBt
"I can assure you.
from the w;irmth cif ih.
wtalob i extend by ) Bench I
policeman, Instead o| ol
order. Watson started to
p Uceawa.
rpm l\l>- l'r\lr\ l I XI'I.OKATION COMPANY under iVl of Dannct -A
1 rulf Oil Company arc cur- y aster aay nnad uatace Wataoo ol
pet alums about one and a hnli Jha Ihuon, it Joeepn, ii> iui
* .....da**"-*Brs?3&r,J
. Traffic Rule*,
ist uf the small aerial size of Barbados and in A w,tness lor the 11
order to i;et a clearer picture 'il the sub surface, it has said that Watson w.s told to
become n< Gulf to initiate a marine move his motor lorry froaa a re-
> ten i some 1S miles ?***_*_$**, s
dos" lie aaia.
. The company ha* discussed the
to Oov- -_ -
particular with R vktik
. naafB u the f" i < H f1
Se:u m r Can St. John, who
the dooi of hn I
n in ItM OUll
.id p.m.
i
.1 bean Hxed.
n| nTMpTOHIHOMUDANDTHBTV
how much damage If. I (IV I
ntoens were bunt i>* tire at
the Drai
nd at considerable dis- Thursday night about 10 Ab o'clock
hum any known tisiiing Quick action on the part M
... it has b*-'ti proved ihi-t neighbours!
Inute.
mtracton
f Oil
i
perattoa
1 i>|rrflu\
Bvt

id.I.
d of th.
ll/IMili its

St
will be glV<
I Mi L babb. I" ulus-
into mmbs WlU Ml
Wa. 0. L. nAI.WYN. Acting
fence M

orking on Iheir road pmaranuni v
rheir activities
to t' '
t Bay whan tl lelon on .i thai
m I.nilhe Hock

vtaka ago the I
Of tba bridge was bl
ha di toga
i

held up b, rain

The Police aliened that the of-
fence was committed on August 4.
Till isgi IK\
M surrounding the deaUl
..[ Katharine Hall ol w*<
Road, st. Michael hag i.en Hxed
ii uf I for MmiiLiv, September 10 at DIs-
w *** trict "A' Mice COOT, when the
"'''V!'.1'"* Coronal will M Mr a. it- Grimth.
Acting PoUi
trict "A".
K.itl.erme II.ill WU I
pent! in the motor car X-68:
which overturned on DayrtUi l-fiii
Road, St. Qaoraa on Monday. Sep-
temtier 3. She was taken to th
aoneral Hospital the same d.iy and
died about 4J0 pj)
M day September 5 1. \ I
par for mad the s**i mortem
large aim.mil of people
: .
..eking In th.
the thcrmomete
I i K.din-nheit. \
I
continual

anjoj a sold
nd i
junistomed to the new traffic

Speightstown on Mondays and
The flow of traffic i
.....U
a* the necessary corners of the
... nd
' ho either for
ignorant if the regulat:
MANY YKARS of w-.a hy O lmU BtoelrU lightning cwiiti-t-.
an Uaktalna *Ut*m B - *-f*" "*t. Budding laiN Yo.s.
show that Ska ik] >a M DsjhCBtoa nM f MldAup In lh
aneaaHU
atnkcH, whuh hav* rsacbsd j
tiecome slightly mote (k ,
foot tPi*viHion nt*iis to tho UESo-faet bunt.
snienna will al-o give llghliiliiK. protaOUOB to sill hUy^ wider *
according to Julia
Labointoi>
blgb u IH in i ingle summer tear
4 result of the addlUon of Wi
Aihlition of the
i H Haceiuiutl. due-ior of th* O.K. High Voltage
i.nelrt. Ms-sacku.ni gXrBBM
THREE GET KING'S
SCOUT BADGES
, BOI'T 400.000 feet of luml
of the traffic abjni tell A '
*a.
which side Of lay hv the mot(
'':-,. .t park lh,-i ., UI] s..| Prrcta,. The .h.pmcm , <.,
-v uv. i ,ra ndHutlrt to """" " ""' ,l"> "nit v,,y "'-'' 1" '"'- '' "' '"'
' Th,.rr^l.r-..|.imon.h.. found
..... >.dc r ,i. ,.,,d. arl , , ,,..r Mpmm ,,f
.,.,. .... I"m!" ..
Th,- Prrc-lM- ,...,.-.1
Chief Judfli hi. Ui \ .iiaiii i iim lim.i. COT Brbdo" quit.
nd Ihry ,. .. w It J\ I.,-. In waltlraf forilw B.Ci "'l|- -!".....-"..i.-tM lh d
was not thru- Intention to i.r.ic- rillh (lf s, [-,..,, (,,,;. ,:. i^ the intf of tho ________
Use In tt..' eotrrtl of Barbados.

II..-
They : I, ptet ..... now bout
thank tbj I'c.L. Club, ami It will
.nil for th0 red...o lie ..Breed to Inl
way an honour to belong to the
.ii.linin.i.licd bar of IWbadOB.
International
\< rudio Thanked
Pot Vsatetance
After J ........ Hurricane
Damage
.me C.C. carried off Hit
Silver Challenae Cup of the la*'
75-Year-OUI Move*
With Tiw Land
THREE Barbadian Soouii for tin Ural <""* '" "" hls
tory ol the laland hove aain< the highest award m s*;.iui-
n ,h,V(, waaley Smith nd Gwrffrey Rudder ol th
K . ,( -.. i v., n i.v'i.; of the Batnel b<-out
Group, wora praoiotad with the King'i Seoul Ba
|, Bte by Ha Excallencj thai llktChlel Seoul
i ; Barbado ol Qovarnmont House yesterday eveniiuj
The ceremony waa held on the the nr-'
grounds In the pies. i.
Si I
Low) In leney,
harfl- \94$ while Hudilei - ofrOtr '* '
SCOUt began In I94K
His Excellency was received b
the Presidei-t. lion II A Cuke
and the Island Commissioner
Major J. E. Griffith The King
Scouts entered with Ihi Kit
.ih
re- Kl
win "the Badge
and '
lhat 1 aal Ya I i

Major crimiti
Imp* rl:inl
ii t .. i-Hi-iu v. befon
in the 1
union ol
With i
tear i
bl 10 uo-
I B
i '
..mi

Ul i vent It 1
my life
Intern it
LtttLj woo, nun
.
t.on of aer onuituni-
l-. tiori- ; .
port, havi l lollowing
. :.
Lee;

n-vaai i
tl, v.. ;1: | .,. ..... j .i nave island i
I Divl ion of the lie 1. to mow ': -' '" '"' ' K ,':s- *.""' the I
Mon. n - Lndrev. wbare -Up to ""' year mt. the hii
Is, Sptakar ha has heen living for more than award fm Ethncne* whu-i i
Of the House of Asaemhlv. pre- M <- There are many dUB- Seoul could eai Ihe Kin \- <.
sented the Cup to the skipi>er of cult laaka the "id man would Scout 1 |
tfer to do rath- i
Mthering DUt :
and their Elides so often during ti i .
month and hi iniong ,,,,h. an
. io much, th '" I'
his life would be In dangn i be uuj
remained.
King's, Colour
i.C.1 ored Ih* rUneaoB
_________
LITTERS OF
..DMINISWATIQPt
I
Con.....i
Williams a tailor liveti there colony the
with bia 74-year-old wM* l' K '
and a grand-daughter and yes- or.' of UMMVeO araai in kba
tcrdav when he began t*> talk of Conunonwaattri to whuh .i .-iik-'ii
his having to remove from Uio Union Flag d for ghe
old apot -'ui. has made highest perctntagc of King*'
The Honourable UK Chief many a pair of pants, teats gath- Scouts, the troop belly knov
Judge, S;r Allan Collymore yes- *red in his eyes. tor thai year ,.n the Km
"The Governor of .: granted the petition if V- many years now. he has 'in ini-
tial asked thai an expression Of ( . ) King of Roebuck been seeing the acthai of land- f. .,l| Scout Badges WD
low, for letters of slide* about his districts, nut the. .,, that of Kmi
Jamaica rtton to the estate of never troubled him .. smut was rurUw
prompt her u-band Milton King, who during this rainy season. give, fcfaje
which died < Capatown, SouOr Afuca. He has remained at this spot the King who gi..
Mr J. E T Brnncker inst- le* began W ,,,
to

KING B '
,t. ol bein
oUwra, It la
. .
I.k TOUTS' 1! With H
11... r
appeared
.... ......

faciiith"- at lirport King,
aftei the recent burrl mi Ii is rhe f.il..wing wllii
under*Wx-d 1 ..' ."<**">.

possibh '

basis. 1'
glad lo

if you would
for it t-.
cono'i I
Conference Held

*
morning of AugtJ '
II
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Genet
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rendition

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I
cooiavc mi
POR
Oriflha
U house, but ti
-
that it might ba art
were Ho at going onlj I qaarb r of s
. .way. tfiough.
Kate Marnrie Arthur. Kent. "It would break mv heart :f l
vi .-. M B d '" no further." he -,mi. Im
Brethren Assembly which is
Btheil i- Mi neai where l Uw
Si Michael; James Regi- have bw jecu laid Worrell. ChrlM Chunh ., Sunday ha. be--.:
fa^fz^wmmfc
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n a simple nut
. his I

in:i > leadquarti
Apnl. IH47
t
King
Ung In Birbadoe I

j .,,, own
y your own en-
..ini.le that JhBU v.ilt earn the ic-
1
Ke-.uill
....... r I
US King's Srou*.
aid.
Kbur*! Maaaage
read U

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an, arid I
i .-,- of I*''
.
H Journei
through I.'
1 '
.-1 by the King
- himself
HOfiMiMANS
TEA
Hairs
WINE
mi OBfQlN \i 'i rarai
IM rONIC Rl'STOR.*-
IIM
%* liable laaftl far The
First Time Sim e The
Seeund World War
'
suite ii..11 Wine wa Brat
prepared hj weu-known
i
, market as a Tonic
I run-
down conditions
. ; iUoii "i
Hall's Win. || I.....
word m it'll i iin. toen and
of i'.\< il Britain, and
. ,. ,u% ....tl-kiiown in
ulhei pail- of the wm Id
Hall H "'' as*
other TOnlc
-aakon
Ing lUnasaas, and
i ..nd surely the \il.il-
. lulred in run-tinwn

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VY,*HBN choking Asthma mskes too
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tablei ilipprd kl I
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ber. ii ii ihit Brew
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IIAKHADOS ADVOC \TK
s.VURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. Il
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
DY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
'- MA I m D4MM
I'M 130A1A ^M*^T
MV BCDHOOM
W.Tm AMY (J^ KO
I'EL-Vi.vF-'- SHI V
M16TAKEM -I WAklT
TO BE ALOC "
THAT- 60 6HE
MAD THE
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C1KFO LJP,
FOB U*
ATTIC-GM
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couRsnn.?
JOHNNY HAZARD
BV F'*ANK ROBBINS
JOuNNY ANl> I N.l CEOlMt fMf SALVA'.C OC It*
ANClCN^ <"KINC TCEACUB6. A 1FANC( I CUM K=tV*
lu*\ UNPti CONCTAMl <*BVATiON.. ry-
THE PHANTCM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
VOtl,DtVlL,WE CANTfiO BACK To a| OKAY.BACK Wt 60? MAYilfc iTSl
W.TCHACATFI6UT/WE'V*SOT ^ SOMETHING WE SHOULD LOOKIWOf
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SATIRDAY. SKI'TKMBKK 8. 1*51
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS P,m,< SALES "OTiaKs HARBOUR LOG
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PAGI -I .1 N
For Birth! U.i
TtBp a* Ea.#ageTr,eri
i Car* calling in
Mty nuaabar of word
Thp eharge lor announcement*
MM Daetha. a..i l .
rpgemrr.U. and 'n MimocUm notun
li w an eek-*t. lUMiw Suada'
i- say numdft oC warda utitKiM
I c*bu i*r < en MiU*< an**
* rm< per >ord m s,ridava for -*h
addlUoi *M,
FR SALS
"' eraaraa weak a a-at, M
as emit ih^mm 14 vofii i^m a*.
mo-aa i ccnii a worn iri^i g raw a
SBAL ESTAT*
XOTICF
Al TOMOTIVK
IUKK IAIX PLANTATION *t ----
Offer.
ip to September IK"
S t II -*n
THANKS
I 1 M-l -The
lllOM Who
l.il*|tt &eg to I
uinv n-
B> the- U'.m or tMir ih La.-
Ygrde. fo fell uim >b nmb
DoofU*. Inc. Bin toy rarde laoa*.
. r. Owend-llna King. Mr* Aaetki
Morn. Mi. In* Yard* -daugttier.
a t M-ln
IN MEMOKIAM
Last in sigh) of horn* where llt'i
laet farewell Mill itnju* dear:
And thai aadda* |W .1 parting
brind Is nlnd the falling Mat.
ei ui Be ifmnabrnul kv O-trar nat-
ive Huaband. and familv
I 11 In
MkATMWAITft. In
Jaaae. Bdw
Ipvlag
I of September tttS
The mim of death Bra pa*t
Labaur aivg .erro. caaee
And Ufa-, long warfare rloaad al
laai
tU. .*U i. round In peace
'.ratine ...do.. Gouibou/n, Laurar.r,
Ulead. Elrir .aona.. Clarice .danahter'
SI- In
Sampi
I II
Till M WIN Jim ,., tUfM-
built oi atone
During anal
and hfM
. dining
open iirandan
otn. 1 bedroom*. T.ifcai an.'
------ i -<. mu-hen and aunda on i, i an atti
D"A*C\ a SCOTT Magaiine Lane
- V ASHBY
iteith Garden..
Barbara*. Hill.
St. UtfhMi
T
hi Uanam at V D... ...
L-dia AaNaa a. I Freak" i
S* tVOria.-. Sah Hnaaren* frfi
i- M Eraitn Sen MarMn Bell.
M V C I M Tannti. m
t WhitMher
"" U >
Ui t.-M nai cari
m, Iron ftl Ltiela
'-.i.aota* Condrattor. LM toga
Pr*riaa>. *** ion>
rtm Hah.ma.
IgrABTI -
,DUI 37U
Apply Harold Wrall.rinead c
haaMierhe-d UoUard. .fl S
IMMEDIATE d*livrr> Mgnta allnoi
* Dno. ^aioor,, , Bl*k. !*. Q,...
NOTICE
ii L-M or T JOHN
" "-'* * alh a-ptandx
dergned *ir. o(T (, Sato a "-'--** ,f* * "^ /roch.,
FHda?
Ttucaa wHh
FORT HUYAI
(IAJIAGB LTD.
TrlepnaMM *aaa
v 31-In
L. I.
ELECTRICAL
MECHANICAL
Sad!
Seplen-ber lgM
Aatoep in Jean* bin
From which ahe will
(OVERNMINT NOTM'FS
TYIX-WHITMB AH -i.e.! ,..-- ,- ...
il*o large. M*U aaeortd hand machii
lll'.AnfalAU- a, COMPANY
1 f Si
Tba
public
High ntreei. Bi:dgn..w<
lb* lt> gay of Sepu-mbet.
P -i -
The two-atoned DwelllngbouM fenowr
U -CONlSTOt* with ".a land u hereo
** *" nanda and rhetrto belonging
(lair.ing by admaaauremant t.I.
guar- feet or thgreaboiila. alliuKe al
Igth AvenuK Brllevil . St Mlrhael
laapectlon bv appoint men l w|lh Mr*
Toppin. Sth Avenua. Dial 17Jg.
I m fiirthrr partlrulara and (ondllkkH
i r aato. apply *:
COTTLX. CATTOBD A CO
j_________ S1 M.K D
"** undrraigTied will offer lor Hale a
j public competition at Iheu Ofnce. Ho
117. High |-et. BndgW'.-ia On I nda>
itfw Hth day of flepfember, IM1. at >
( m.
TMF. COTTAGE GHT SHOP, atandin*
1 op ft OH aquare feet of land, adjoining
' f*a Barbado* Aqualac Club. toa*Ur
-Mb th* Goodwill and Aaaeta of that
carried on under lha
Ta.-orao Star. i.H* lort> net
. Ha .t.i ..la- ror TrimJad
<*r Cloudia g. M torn
' Cap' L*wa>. loi Bntiih iluiana
SEAWELL
vut Hi b m
' T'liUdad
an H Wharm..
1 annalt.
Ileeca. A
I Burke.
NoncT
-rTTr or rUHiKk noi-'
PHI* < IKIH *:%-,4
notice w hekebv given that an
raagi -t. YiaaaM
Charto- La "l"TI .~ By III.VI
Pat i.....a.a
' ro Tumor, Dora Tui
.
aar.. rh.I
Oarald Palmer, i.
Capt

rar l>P-i-i,,
Capt Ivan Be..-. Dot

Capi Far A alto m

nei William*, (iwendnbn Peter.

l*aa.

the -i.
n Monday*. Wednoa-
batwaon the houra ol
m application on tiao
MJSCELLANI-OL'S
UA.YIEKA Kodak
one hundred dollara
C iv Pharmgcy.
A, Aa Haw. price
Pttt. K -1,-1. Lid
II B51- T r N
H'l-IJIH UKUMOaV-Naw abjpment, all
mud- FuUar Bruabaa ------ijlga Ladle*
lirtoUeturnfaa. Oanl Brlatlecoeiba. Too in
t.iii.nei. DaaaM Plate Bruabaa. Coaap..
limabaa. Bath Bruahag, C*mb
CU-nera. atanlcuro Bruatiea Powpai
Bruahaa. Ploor goruBo. Flbta BaTavl
llru.haa. and MB0 .War.
M P CIIERSMAN Al CO. UT Middit
Ptra.t Dtttrtbutoi* Hi-l Bgj
above name
MB] tCTKtl
I dau*. and Pilda
I and 4 o m
| gremiae*
For further partkrulara. and condlllona
of tato. apply lo .
lOtTI*. CATTOBD \ Co
___________________________11 I H-IJn
UAHHI .ll.Lfc--Tr.a. .,', pgff oU,
i '"' hich goMajru all trae nacab
aary oor. .enlenca*. vundlng on 1/t ol
load. Thu i> . aubatanlul uivaaantii|
ONE PXOPEKTY Bi Tueedaidr Maad
with *hop Tin* la a very good in-
ONE PROPERTY'-Chattel Rouae. with
two roola. kitchen etc SUruUnp* on
SSO aqr ft of land And many otttgr
Adolpnu. Caraw lata of Faiafballe .
| lr pari.h of etalnt Mlrhaal who d'ed in
,IM* lalarul on the lat day of Mar.).
Itfll atg hereby rrUiured to -end In
fuirtirutara of then clgfgaj dul 11111111
I- tna Undera*a?i.ed W t*n ..t D Lee
*ir)epp|. SaUcitor. II Jamea Wree*
ii' ...ea-town. ggt og before Uir IMh da*
i- iv utter IBtl after wbkrh date 1 .hi.: I
lly ag which I ahall than bave h-.l
llca. and that I ahall apt be liabi.
i -aaaU ao duNnbuiod lo any pataon
uhoar debt or (Uim I ahall not ha*,
id nolle* at the time of nich dialnbu
gj
AiuJ all aaeaen. indebted u. the aabf
l.le arp rPqueatad lo aa-tt then
CgaatBB without delay
Datgb ir.ia iwin da> or Auguii iff)
JOHN CRlTCtKl^tW BAHKUt g
ttoU Euoutor. Eaiula of Prade.ic.
Adolphua Carew. *c II I ftlan
Page. H ft...
Reekie. K
K Hog
ya V Men.
- Bamlalea
feyeiyp Laurp,. Bill* Oilke. Oetrard
JofM.n. Mirhael 11, .
ram Kl | .,U
I- Mulling.. Sylvia Mutlina-. l^unu-
a Kathtoei. Martal Dr Va,atn.r
-li riank Roherwr
Prpaa Marllaltiai

1-uaaaM lag lap
Chartoa Fhlili|>*. iv-na Fhllllp I
..:-n Clarke. ..l, ..
H-rliara Hunlr. Cle.nall VhrKJ
ion Nutaa. Fli.rrn.e Han
.Iton. Barbara Marah. r>a Hem-
lateaaoii far laraalea
Hrenda Beet Br< an Heel
F.r P..i. Rlea
Char ax Phillip.. Dona nuin,*, s,|
imiRBl Ta>loi. Ctovor.on Clart
ll-nte Baibara Hunta CkH
nam Cllnlcn Nut PpJ Rg
RH-hard Allen. Barbara Mai.h E' a
Hendv
l.r ttt. l..w
. r.-ier JCSi ra-ter. cieo-
aalra W.ld,., Shulei luffcuikl Pei.r
bi.it.ivie.Aiurrls Eudoaie. Al> inai I'luil.
Guv Puirbaa. Frank *lrneri.
Bapll.te
latraaall far M.innnm-
Andre Bol.m
lntiBa.lt l.r QtBaftokjBfM
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Getting Up Nights

vnuanaaa, flarbachr l4( |>aliig Hw-\-
I
erg* and fl old bef..r y..UI ,itn_ t.i.

ri.'Utp a n J place hea ,-y atral
1 "
r,nl*B"r,i h"'? n,I*l-'lr purify your
hlatod and maintain health ..
Hl#> Kia-Hcys Dfbcr.r W.v
Many do.for. h* .
inl.-a: leal. r I
train, e mat a .|nl.h am| atire way ti>
-tp the kidney* .!.-,, .
I
ill* prepared pre.
'. Ilundtt-wa anU I
N RfmafitNo Pmy
TB. very flr-t 't- ,.f Cyatoa ,
'alit " w..rk '
You he
.
I ft you-
Cystex,
'p,
K I D N I y s
L A 0 D I ,
RHEUMATISM
SHIPPING NOTICES
De Lagui
n.
rpagg at :-.i
UgfM Aaron. Bay
I "----
Uli.m
let A-1H.
-1 )-
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ftFPARTTVITWT OF HIGRWAT8 I Iwga^Bp-.?1
AND TRANSPOBT
\ .;. ui. ir. for rU-isi Overwrn,
Ormdc I.
I llum U K ...
THE F.BONY BE/-TV a) COblptUHLOM
AGENt-Y
Marhill Rtreel Dial IhUI
Protest Over ,nd
G.A.T.T. In
B.G.
.THi: OOVKKNMENT8 OF THE BRITISH WEST imhis BRITISH
i.i I \\ \ AND BRITISH Hi.mhih-
Th* C.ovcrnnnnls of th* abevenamed Colonlea hv.- rrcrntl> '
pptal'llahfrd a Reflfinil Economic CMUnltfM with hcailquartt-rs In the
nfllrr of th* Compttuller fm rwn'pHpimnl ailft WclfatP In UM W. --
b* ior.rt a
BAWaaUKW
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Mi
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GAXVA.NIKXD BMamrraWg. t. I. an
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uto Tyr* Co. Phone am
W-II
AUCTION
A j-plications art Invited for
appointments to vacant potts of HE"E
The DO*t 18 pensionable With p,r cake Call for them .1 KNltiHT-
salary at the rate of $1,200 a ytar ltd g t si--*
ruing by annual increments of
$72 to $1,632 per annum.
2 Th<- ippointmrnt will bt on
nne year's probation in the flret
instance and will be made tub.
ject to the selected candidates
being passed aa medically fit for
employment in th* Public Ser-
Vl3e' C-ftdidates. who irmild bJjga, ttMaTieaBBg "S^
IX'twerm the aces of 30 to 40 yean | No so bV street rp'^mT
AtCTION s vi.l AT CI STOMg
On Tuaagay llth Bepumbar al 113D
o clock al toe Cuatoma. I will -ii tis
AiioUon ? Cartoona of Paraffin Wu.
IB) Bi* Deal Plankr. and 1 Pkga ron-
telnaag 11 cartoona of CigarelU-
Teraaj .trlctly CASH DAHCY
lovl Auctioneer
NKUOtra NUT BOLLS and Hoar
d* Frean Canadian Candy Bant ISc
:r bar Bruce Wralherhaad Limited
IS (Ian
ONE FOWL COOP-gi,
In A-i condition Can
labbti* A Wiiiigmt. Kii
m uaad li
igtloy. New-
a hi
and who must have had experi-
ence in road work, must be able
tu read and write English, to
keep correctly the Labour and
Distribution Rolls, lo set out and
and measure up all descriptions
of road work and to perform any
ulner duties that may bo required
of them by uV Director.
*< Batch succoesful candidate
will bay rpquirpd to keep a motor
vehicle for use In the perform-
ance of his duties. A travelling
allowance will be paid in accord-
ance with the provisions of the
Ti .welling Allowance Regulations
in force.
S. Applications, which should
h? submitted on the prescribed
form, obtainable from the Colon-
ial Secretary's Office" and sealed
in an envelope moikrd "Applica-
tion for post of Road Overseer.
Grade I. Dcpnrtmrot of Highways
and Transport". should be
addressed to the Director Of
Highways and Trnnsport ;.nd will
be accepted up to 4 pin., on Sat-
urday 19th of September. 15I.
23.8.513n.
a siin
OLDIIAM BATTEHIES for Can and
Ttucki. aold 1.1th a guarantee Hedrmu.
at Tbylor-i Oarage Ltd Phone 4438.
I t SIta.
UNDKR THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
By inatructlona received from Mr*.
Salyra Dawson I will tell on the npot
al Airy Hill. Saint Joaeph on Wednes-
day next llth Septamber at S p m
and SO x >th kilaneai Terana caaty
DARCY A COTT
Auctioneer
S SI -flu
iFYom Our Own Corrcepondem
(IKOHOKTflWN. BO.. Sept 7
The Georgetown Chamber of
Commerce to-day passed a resolu-
tion to be forwarded to the Gov-
ernment protesting against the
effect of the interpretation placed
on G.A.T.T. in relation to imperial!
preference, asking remedial action I
following a letter received fruit
the Trinidad Clumber.
I'm MiU'tn John UeAguiar. C.B.E.
in moving the resolution said "no
letter we cun write Government on
the subject c m be too atrong.
Here in this colony we ore grant-
ing all empire countries the same
tariff as granted the U.K., yet we
do not seem to get reciprocal treat-
aaerit on our goods "
LOST
ong Bacolite Peep-
trlpa nint. real
i. and grown up-
'-i.r- Lucaa Bt
SO ll-*r.
OAP B COLOONF -We
S.II-OI
'UNiMET MAJOR Comtritcttonal Angle
mi ken absolutely Bigid Steel Preanrwoi-
From a few packetB of UNrMTT Majok
you can conatruct Benehea. Storage
ritturea Shelving Trollpya. rrame. for
Light Bulldlnga. araffbldlng and o^ee
ii..tin eqiiipment Available ft
a p Dial 1.IJ rossoa 4BBS son a CO 4 LTD 1-Tn
xmas anpT* . pur Block Parluaai Diichei Ha A SO'. KNIOHT* LTD r t 3 me in and ate h.> belli* York. Sir ctlon lo aelec French adavari clear. SI 3r
PABCFX Bmall parcel on
night aomewhere In SI Matt
Will Sml.r pieaae communirata
Agvocate Advertlatng DepI
faafM
In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station
Cable and Wlreleaa iWeat
advtoad thai Ihev can now i
wllB the following ahlpa t'
Mar tad in Coaat Station
g B Alcoa Pointer. 8 8 Al
H 8 Rorruina. 8 8 Otv of
cotitoB. a 8 vutoa-p. a 8
S 8 General Sanmarten. S :
SB H*ali
I 8 Colombia. & s
ombla. S 8 Bopobliea De
s a.wiiiie
armaid. S s Kundalr, S 8
___8 8 California, 8 a
polk*. S 8 tiibara. 8 8 Itaavart
Slag, r -
CLUTt.N TEJtHACETo
tenant Fiimlahed Houae,
OppoalU Yacht and Aqua
Modern convenlenoaa. Appi
IVY LODOEKy Boud. wllh three
i>^room.. toitot and t.alh
Good place to keep a dairy oi
l.uiinru Time lor inapectlon
day "
ta 4 p n. eicapt Suadav. Apply
Clark.
POSEION COMPENSATION
COMMISSION
Attention is invited to the com-
ing into force of the Foreign
compensation .C^echoslovaKla)
(Amendment) Order in Council
1991. (SI IBM No. 1166). This
Order adds further Slovak and
Crechnslovak Laws and Decrees
to the Schedule to the Foreign
Compensation (Crechoslovakia)
Order in Council 19S0. (S.I. 1950
No. 1191) and amends certain of
the Articles of thnt Order laying
down the reQuiramenU which
persons claiming compaisatiffn
: te called upon to satisfy.
Persons who consider that they
may claim to be entitled to re-
cejve compensation by reason of
the Amending Order in Council
should write giving their full
name and address to the Secre-
tary of the Foreign Compensa-
tion Commission. 1. Princes* Gate.
S.W.7. forthwith and in any
event not later than 30th Novem-
ber. 1951. An Application Form
with accompanying instructions
will then be forwarded.
Persons who have already sub- _.
"rtgted an application and who i .11- fumiahed. a bed.
may wish to amend it by reason -:<> '
of the Amending Order in Coun-
cil, are at liberty to do so under
the Foreign Compensation Com-
mission Rules Approval Ih*1ru-
roent 1950 Rule 18 (S.I. 1950
No. 2042).
The last named instrument as
well as all the relevant Orders
in Council and every other doc-
ument relating thereto may be
:een on application in The Custo-
dian of Enemy Proper!
Buildings. Bridgetown
4.9.51
VERDUN-
rs-i,..n. Philipdn
Ir. (.'
bath and i >llet Kitchen,
based yard. Apply Mr
tasiM rncr .hop 1 0 SI in
Puhln
WE ARE BUYERS
W* Buy anything coraparlgd wilt
STAMPS atats, SlnSl* 8Umpa.
Collection.. Arcumulataatu aa"
Coven, Goatd price. Paid at the
CABIBBCAN STAMP HOfllTY
3rd Floor. No 10. Spar St
LODGE OF SORROW
Court Weartrn Star No MSfl Ancient Order ol For a atari on SUNDAY OUi air'TESSBES 1041 at 111 Upper Itoatuck Straet In ngmprr of tro> lair Bee Lrroy X Worrell Member, of Kindred 5 Lodge, and tne general public X are InvMad.
S A and V V U*ed Hymn bonk, -ill be S ftltn

Many wotti arg uhjecf to aaak,
aching back. Often iti- knine, ..
te Mama, for yow kutraaya. aktpg
with I ha Ilvor, inuat fiKe>r out io,"
puriliaa from Iba bluudatreptn.
S. if vuu feel t .real wurn-owt. .- I-
ailiy with tho Dagghig p**ln of aa
aching hark look to b*h vmir kbl-
noya aitd Ilvor. Thai's why Cang.
dlana havo baon reiving OO Dr.
rhaaVa Kuh--vl.iv. r PhTla for ovw
hair a century.
Oivp your gyatam a diance lo
wnrk pronarly. Try I>r. 1 hi'
k-lr-y.lJverlMUa.ottoy. Tho n..n-
"Dr. rhaaa" b your agtauanoo )
' Dr. Chase's -
KIDNEY-LIVER PIUS
mm iNsiiTiTt
CLASSES
The primary functiui;- .( the Coimmttee are to act as a
ory -nd consultative body to the participating governments hi .-
laornu' matters, and to assume executive r.nd financial control ..< ,
British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service in thfj UgtHfad King*
do*ii and Canada
The Committee now invites applications from suitably quallfletl
persons for the following posts:
I. Ereeuluc Secretary to (In- Reaiunal tttmc
at an annual salary of about .L2 500.
Candidates for this post should have a wide Interest in
and sound knowledge of West Indian affair-. Tin* ajigul I
possess high |u.ilith'atlons and expertencf in pii-ls .if BdIB-
parable tharacttT, adequate academic quallficatioi^ in <.-.-
nomh-s or cornmercs. and have held appointments demanding
personal responsibility wus initiative In business and oi
government service.
Aestsrant Xecrefary (Siaftsnclan)
at an annual salary of about 11.500
Candidates for this post should possess a ncoffUpd
qualification In statistics and administrative experience ir.
dealing with economic and commercial matters. The Assist-
ant Secretary will be responsible for presenting alah'tin!
material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the
Cosnrnlttaa and its momWr
Trade Commissioner in the 1 "iled Kinadom
at a salary of about L 2.500 per annum plus repre-nt:i-
tinn allowance of 11.500 per annum.
Candidate* should have wide experience of the Wrt
Indies and should have held positions of high responslhlllti
in the field of trsde and commerce either in business or gov-
ment. They should preferably have experience of dealing
with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trude negotiate.n
l!rtference will be given to tiindids.es having wide
with trade and government organlsatii.ns In the United King-
dom.
rlatapppflW Trade Commilgioner in Ihr t'nited K;
- -at an annual salary ,,f About 11,320 in the first place plus
a represenLation allowance of 500
The main burden of the day-to-day work of the LeflfpdOfl
office will frill on this ..Ulcer. Candidates should therefor.
l*rsess a *mirvl knowledge of office oiganlsallon and admin-
istrative experience in dealing with mutters of Mdf and
c.inmerce
(1ENEKAL
Tin Committee reserves the right to nil any poet by invitation
if no suitable applications are r.. .jve.i Balarlas oa the t.-ta v. ill l
in the region ol tho figures slated but OChar terms of service (eg
leiiVe. passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined
The Committee would he prepmed to give special consideration In
I these matters lo ^ppolntges with exceptional uualiflcstlons.
The Committee proposes to make these appointments in Novem-
ber. 1951. and applications, containing full details of candidate*
education, qualifications and experience, together with supporting
documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to resell
the Chairman. Regional Economic Committee. Hastlngn House, Barba-
dos, before the 31st ffctober, I9S1 8 9 51--3"
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SS ss III.Ml IRI. V....-I STUDENT ADViaan hIM.IIIlM CtMM l Hnrbnil." lib Bapl III, Spl
Inj.irm.li.iit i)i|i|s (u .
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IIIV IIMIM IMI'IIKII'M Toll
TEMPERED llA i; I mount
"WHaiever maket men hop-
pier makes (hem better."
-Goldsmith.
Gaa Baakas Ce-sfkat hapeaer
and makes her reek better
too!
MHH I
lo (he
PARISHIONERS
ol
ST. MIIHAEI
The Vestry
Michael will appreciate
it ii all owners uf Trees,
which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these
trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary pt-r-
mission for them to be
trimmed, so that the full
benefit of the light can be
obtained.
JOIN THE BARBADOS POLICE
FORCE
AN INTERESTINC (AREEK WITH OOOD rftOsPECT'*
Men of character and educ.itu Eoi BO-
in this Force Wireless technician With experienre
ifing radio-telephone transmitters and men holding
to ride n- drive motor veni-les pre especially required
f. The pay of a Constable on joining is $52.00 u month
( by annual Hicrernents of S4H 00 to Sao.OO pa>r month.
S2.00 a month washing allowance After 4 years' -ervlce
i UgJMs for a marriage allowance to a nuiximum r,f $7 20
no:ith The minimum pay of_*.on-(:,mmissioried Hank is:
Corporal JftOOO. Serge;nit 592.00, Station Sergeant 1100.00
Promotion is made on merit and depends on the man There
is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and It) the
Commissioned Rank.
Ret, it I re menu for enlistment
Height 5ft. 8 Ins.
Cheat 34 ins.
Education not kni than Standard VII.
Age 19 to 25 years.
Applicant'
rill be seen at District "A" at the following
. C. REDMAN.
Clerk. St Michael's
Vestry.
Friday, llth September. II a.m.
For candidates who have passed the School Certincat'-
Examination, the Junior Cambridge Examination, or an exam-
4 similar standard, wireless technicians and licensed
riders and drivers. Documentary proof of the above qualll-
catlons will lye required
September. 10 a.m.
Other applicants who full.l the reriuiremen'
DO NOT APPLY IN WRITING
R. T. MICITEI.IN

Police Headquarter*.
Bridgetown.
Blh Se,
0 1 \ tit If. f Iff'Off ff If
Corner of llro.nl A Tudnr Street*
.'''VArryrt^v,^',',',-/,'-*,'.*.-,-'-'.'*',','-'.'-'-'-'.'.'.
^^Values
*a
THIS
tltlM'll
SPUN
SHANTUNG
3*
H kt in (lrf\
Fuhii. lllur. Pink, BlvKf.
Black, K.-Hprr vd. He.
Piak.tiny, Bmra, Bluo.
Win.-, yluslaril. Crejln.
nia.k per yd. .11.16
crepk-dk-Chim;
10 Beautiful Shades al gi 16 yd
sn.iniis
NYLONS
IMMII.S
UK ISSIERES
i.iilv
liiiirs fur
s:: .hi
S4.IIII
72.
ic.
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SHOPS V/VII HXI.I.KHIMS
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
:
S. ALTMAN I
SWAN STREET.


vu.i uonT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
sATI RI>\Y -.1 II F.MDI R i'i'I
Eng]
stand's Football Team Of To-morrow
First XI Cricket
Series End To-dayi
KEE1S STRUGGLES ANTICIPATED
W^VWV/iV/^/////////,V//'AV/>',v,
EUwen Hoys Selected
To Face Internationals
By DESMOND HACKETT
LONDON.
< i . Ptoy, or Holism do not
in M0tr 900MI liv.->. but rerm-mber
hew : 'if arc the up-and-con i
before tbe pott wuon fmdm opt in tho
052
too bava
l dad Gets 6 Race
Horses From I .K.

s ... .

1
Hch would giv ,n (|t, ce
ifT
" I U g.Vs- you
I .. t it.ru g|
. i UU lOfl I

R* k<->.wld< (Spur i
IF HNE WEATHER PREVAILS
TUX fourth mtim ,.i rtnt XI cricket gamai will tx
i "minded to-day. when B.C.A. lixtui.-.s continue
Muidi..i>iv uiu-ifri
Tares ItiH'ksurk
Men, Leave On
World trip
'TIM of LUmft .
21
part*]
( tiin Iffalkai (U rbj County) 22
-... t >ii
ll> ntiusivu Darby County)
\..rni4n !*<.< Wolvesl
They

niin-i rncfll'.
T T C
AaaOtht
also for Decem-
Alexanrter Chins
Persian Yi.
brown Elv^li^^

Did English
-
Mi (< i
England.

i
I i led 4it Aiima.
ru or thaaa the mon
i>"\ iwrhaps H |* :i
Spartan and Empire are playing
me In ICtll IiXture Spartan IB
it m ii.Tii ::i! Innioga, and I
'
AU3SRSHOT
HUJ HliUrtu rtl ,1
taw .hilling!." oriwwii them have
given up their jobs and twe
years of their live* to worn thMi
langu at \ ' Han the Oaod zs. ..r Gofur%b
col are Combarmara 61 and Newtostle-on-Tyne, has ceased tf>
-n assistant cinema manager
1S2 at Farnrwrough, Hants.
Douglas. 22, a salesman.
At Black Rock. Carllon are in mouth Road. Hvndon, and l>m
*" a strong position against Y M PC Malbon. 20. a ear hm |
ik- Si ir. gra Cartton 129: and (for Oharlesfleld Road. Itugi^
muBRi into action during tho -Spurs 7 wMs. dee.) IS1. Y.M P ( 71. Travel loe
H. fitted so smoothly into th end (for 3 artr&j | 1* - ,m relay they leave fi
that *
tab ivraj
IT) Klrllr. 9
run llolion (Artenuli
nubble Hoksson iFulliamt
IVrr' Coats* I
.
11
:
' -nd Crdlea* are ol.-n .i... Victoria .... the Orat ntage
i ihe College The ilrst innlnca Calaisby paying their (ares,
n eaj-h case. From then on luxury ia out.
' i
l-een
CoOean IM
by Camming*
ANYTHING YOU CAN DO
I CAN 00 BETTER..
I.10 nipl. Car
w arm-lipThan
Gome Mood
Prato i..mii -t*>1cmi flifjaatr ign |ji. (Vtak), ii"i*
i AM eomini hogoa a. dis- clothe*
appointed man I rtin'l get track 1'U'iisil
at the abort dlslance records after
fhanajnj anajj.
hief Aithur Row
among his best-ever finds.
(Volvo! are quite ronvinn-d th..t
that IH-venr-old Nnrni.in Deeley is tlM
Wright
He bag coma up on the Bllb
Ian- from intarnattonal
Bo \ w.iy of tha eoH
learn up to '.....I I >'i-n Am
like Wright, he I
tasWnl.
AttoeUas Urjie
* aim Walker, a hall-
baek wttb an attacking urge, geu
n early chance in place <>l mnireo
team captain Walter .\iiiMioii.
n MO .Magic Midge.

larlaf on Uw openini i.eugue in,ng aqulpmeni used by in-
A k* Lation
inr his llisl big d
Hi rtn ii- cloudbunt that Bood
ana aloni to Bj ,\ \ ould hove
Axthui !( whoi !,' bad bettor apparatus than tboii
iilatoa wire which lot the
blow out
After mv successful runs oil
bustling Moodaj (wboo he broke 18
i Ufl Holtor bn I hopini to belter
1 -'n- get- 'be limes.
. earl) run -it contn ''''' "i1 to Prklaj nwrnlng Um
Holton mi rated the l
fd in 'rials.
Doo i- ray 1 a boy thoy
I
on from the
. The lesj
gjr, thoiighifui bvd n>
. .. .
Insislenl Claim
And ''"in Hit North-Ba
i clatnt foi Harry Kirl-
i>;,. who m hii off-8ocxoi ntornenta
in ip|.....tii ' |i" i'ii..i' i
II
iin
They may become farm hands,
cafe helper-, lumberjack', lorry-
illorianyUalfuj to-pay
their way along the projected
route through Belgiu:n. Holland.
mAc*, Spam, llaly. across to
North Africa, and down to South
Afri. a. t,n (.. India ttM Fur East.
Singapore. Australia. America and
C.ni.nt.,
their rucksacks will be
m..... than ii change of
sleeping bag;., | '--king
ii ml maps.
lll keep a log to write
look aflcfward*
Lr ,
still
equipment
repaired.
b .i .. 14-
n lie run t Hul almoal immediately the
ind DsMdod Um
Ii ,it'k
I .no tun- I could have got ove
NM milOB ;ui hour out of KM COJ
Di plte the awful ootadittoiig I was
Wbllo w.iiining her up,
and 1 bad to hold her hock.
We are packing up to return
.'I....."I the Queen Elizabeth on
to koei UY-lmsday. The car goes to Sun
pi. cv .a tiu Pranclaco for show, and will not
end of t.i : m.imiii 11
rland arc md

boy,
-T.in,I., Baad .....k arifi i,,,.
I 10-ye .ii Boo a i
I Outalde-
. Lhlp|>enh m t<-!
,,i ton
i
are thankful U) have Ron U.\-
MlO> ..round
He a..- iModod dui Inj tha i'..-
ponnasjen trip when Tod Ditch-
i 'ii-i ^.is hurt Tins illek-AMving,
lim man bOOami No 1 ,hi.,.
I>e home till late in the
U'orlrf (opi/ricfi
yea r
T1- pvir
roUow rhoaa ni
um to Um a'- to
" i .in he.u !
crowd
- ..ii.i j
.OKI.- I
rluer. i
ull
T*dfod \\ onion's
riub Low vi
Hoekei
i Or-SPAIN, s.pt
Trinidad women's hoekev team
'ii 1-0 tn their n|(eijn
match in lit;., by the <:
Club. The home team hud five
mtercolonlals In thotr line-up. m
tho Tiimrtad players did well to
hold them down to a single soul
In their rirst rnateh in B H
SERIES "M" ON SALE
Already Series "M" tickets aic
'eing sold Pot the Autumn Mert-
I ' the B.T.C
( Um B : aM
Ihat i
lUttO well
w hut's On
Today
Pl.ll.e I niirU iuwu 4. ,.
Meeting id in. lluu.inc
Httaru lu.00 a.m.
Tluid Days play Mf the
Fourth scries ,.i Ursi |ii-
vmIuii tnd lnU-r mediate
cricket ...in., .md Beoaad
n\ of the Sixth Series ol
Second Olvlslun ganm at
the various grounds:
tint Hi"i,. Wanderers vs.
| "ii,i.. 11, i mi it .
SparUn n l.mplre at
Park, < iiniui vs. \ M I- i
at ( .irli.il, and < olWr n
Police at College.
Intermediate Division: Pick-
wick vs. Wanderen at
Oval. Empire vs. SparUn
at Hank Hall, Keilmrnt
va. Cable A Wlrelew. at
i. in,..... and Vtinriward
vs. Menial at Congo Kn.ut
aeawd im-utnn; v m rt i -
Police at Boaklaj Koad.
I ..unit.in.., i Empire at
Foundation. Leeward vs.
I "die at Foster's. Ccn!r,i| v.
Wanderers at Vsuclusc ,n.t
Comhermere v*. flekwieh
at Combermere
\*.a 'nun.
i c .hhI-.i
ii Ml. IN- M.ril.
pm
ra **.*. %t-
I 1 bcyTl Do It Every Time
Bv Jimmy I [ado
j T.Me.'ARE>OU
[ ALL WIMOCD FRO1
' CMAGNG AJ. THE ^
AHO DOTT TELL *E
YOU Ofc.y CO IT ONCE
A YEAR.' I OiOTsIT
-**>.r MOSTARO'}
Sir COwfJ.' LCTff
OO WOVtE'*

"< OFF,ce px:s AWT NO f^CKC FO*?
B0004E-Me MAY EC
PlO STiJCF AT THE PLANT
But mc'S ffACESi;
v.JSTASO HEf?E'
7V &J-.S // rto**S i_-TE-ME
co*v""/ I ONT Li
M -V F.ohT JT ~-\
LCDK6 '
M9/T I

Family close-up
at the anm4ml hat
amd holler-
T'-J^K TV
4a "
tOs
s^
/
"Potato famine
shouldn't irondcr .
GENTLEMEN!
AT LAST
We proudly priwnt /""
SHARKSKIN (1
rOR YOUR NEXT SUIT ITS 1DKAI."*-1*
K ill T1IK WARM WEATHER ITS
VELVETY TOUCH AND BEAUTY
U 11.1. COMPEL YOU TO OWN ONE
)K MORE SUITS. ITS DOUBLE |
WIDTH 56 ins. WIDE
only .'I.ft.J a yd.
//W.V//>V/K
n
-
l\ i
fHANI BROS.
Pr. H'm. llry. Mm
HI M .:1M.
. ,'.VAW/.//
TAp HarbadoH Police Hunt!
CLASSICAL CONCERT
ST. CECILIA BARRACKS
Passage Road
Sunday 9th Sept. 8.30 p.m.
ADMISSION
- 1/
Fascinating
French
Crepes
per f-1.12
yard -91
Fancyful
Flowered
Spuns
per tl.20
yard^1
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& Co., Ltd.
1011 BroaH Strcci
J
ask for Hj
Gussoni
LtXLRY TOILET
SOAPS
IMPfRKI. LIAinfU IIM'I N BLOSSOM BUT HYACINTH
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
FROM CODRINOTON
Rainfall; ul Inches
Total Rainfall for month to
date i no inches.
Highest Tem par store: *..'> F.
Lowest Temperature: 73.S F.
Wind Velocity: 7 miles per
hour
Barotnnar: <9 a.m.) an 916.
C8 p.m.) 39 Ml.
I\ia \iln>
Visit-
ni ii >iom.n
pttrtM
mi i-iili-i'O'iiimii-nlit
tlf fftmr
fl ha il*'
awM.iM?"
tertAY.
p0 L' EDINBURGH SCOTLAND
The British Council
* WAKRI.'1'IJ) WIIITt PAKK
A I'ijuwfiirlr Kerilal
tlX'lL JACK 'Si Vincetiu
MtltMSIIAl trriNsii
ah >i sa "
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t A.ht.i.1 lll.r. .1.1.1 A, Ml- OSS ..
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if MI-*> ILSO A MAN) HI I
ariU im a Mi mi ...
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uaMrsssajoai j
I i" Mr iis.iv tinnnun
W rFRr*HMVNTs''.iS SAI l".
A Biscuit
it's Pastry
CRAWFORD'S
BISCUITS
are justly famous for
their exquisite pastry.
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PUFF CREAMS
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THAT
NOTICE
The Public is hereby notified that
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Lower Broad Street.
HI OTIC E
OI'R Cl'1TOMKRS ARE ASKEP TO NOTE THAT OIR
IVORKSIIOI' ANI> SERVICING DEPARTMENTS Wll.l. BE
CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEP"tMBER AND WILL
RK-OPEN ACAIN ON MONDAY. HTP SIPTEMBKR. 1931.
SO AS TO ENABLE OUR PERSONNEL Tl. II WE THEIR
\\M M. I. WE. A SKELETON STAI t WILL BE AVAIL
ABLE KOR I MERC.ENCIES (INLY.
IHR OIKICE. GASOLINE. S.PRAYP.MNTING, P\KTS
AND AC < I'SSOKIES DEPARTMENTS WILL BE OPEN EOR
BUSINESS AS USUAL
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