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PACE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1951 Barbados Brings Back The Bacon Intermediate Players Put Lp Stern Fights .. re played a.s tiki I U ^ 'ii' iris. >i efwiaad >>n Saturday Play wan no! possible at Boarded Hall where Cable &* Wireless were t< ROSS WEARS HS FATHERS CAP have met Pickwick owing t<> "" i baited Mrs and knocked up 1JS after bat inn k. bad start They were four runs \ partssar-j lOOfe the total to 40 • roc t %  | 47 Armstrong knock' jp 21, and C Spooner 10 run out Il*>.. %  r. ted thfdj^ %  KnlftU S--T1I HOWT1 niiKBii MkM* for 88* runt while Carter, who howled 12* %  tor 3*. T^ %  it first innings Mental HOB• .r 83 for the loss of \vtcket* V (loyce impaired wickei BOW UNO ANA I. VSIS s ,i .... i H> Uwu ii in wA.nnr.ninn m in"* b C KkMinri Piter* b C Sklnr*. ii c akini-i *. Mr-lf.-i'1 sheet* c ont.,vr, c al i aaw Roll* t i W.< HL Proverb, c k*r b Medlar* Nictnill. not uut M. ANAt. rp .1 .i %  • Boycsj scored IT batora 5 Bk n Woml 1 v IT ^-k",• i .n< ** .. r\< fcl could open hl.'PJv Ti. in andfli *" %  "—" • %  • i "lark. r* alow but • ha -, %  fan i. naj %  u took thice mddntt (or 11 ran Spooner and h for 14 nnd "MI\ %  '" %  it tan h.itu-d first and made 888* M. L. Wo 18. C IS. rai i rsas 13. i down II %  h Hva W n-kn.. >,. \ Lewis captured f* Fta ..ml 18 w.ru SfkBl" (Ml the Il ,\ team for '!>. I %  scored .17 SS2*JL fbe i oil bat '" %  • %  • M i B ReHe II '^.t_. l, C. Skinner and N. Medfoi.1 %  • blc foi thi collaj i Bag taaun overs, of which two wars maidens aud took five wickets for 28 run*. Mod ford, who "iil l-iale four. Irlnldad LMltrt %  lUrfc,*^ after, llarbados Mrn 1; TrleMa. Mrn 2. " %  In. ladWf ganui w not '**' '' ured %  half um.. Jean Chandler follow 1 Keds Agard int. ; .ing from the t |o get offside. Agard offside by tne jnd he was brought out Ibi 81 i i %  %  fllUMBWl -ft ManB arb adkM ii. 'I two tn succession M 1'ilcher netted the fourth foal •tboul 3o %  bar third. Play continued lo be Bio* % %  : %  %  Tm bar and tt'< i .me imei W ri.m too tai awny frun the thp V]ll(111 antl The B aonl. Barbados Ladle..ntage ot i %  m contin.. ,i u sand In well placed ahots i hrb to Mil < %  The men's K a m e opened i rifle pace and Trinidad had t h e Barbados antad for the majority cf %  Finally i ; who was elnsi ii rod a i %  %  BOY at the wick*t wnanng n suWtraBaa i , %  year old Hon of Ben Burnett. AHttraI.au Test wi plays I' %  i I aflar Australia ory, kill**' %  Uit wr. HifattiM Bi for him LES lot keeper, who now i %  %  line tru Batn r.u ..i -kii i i t* *-i< -43. S—4T. 7—47. HOWI.INO ANALVWt Hiley took the six wickets for 25 %  lo knock aeond ali n id with m Edithiil. Hwtehinaoft and Gill took Ihn > fni 4. 11 and 11 raapectlvffls*. taadlruj n runs for victory, Ida 24 (or the loan of one wicket to win by nine wickets and 13 runs. Wanderer* pli t. butted tlrst I..1 made 92 rani C A Pierce '.* *......"< x-""^ 1 3(l Robtaaaai 17 and ft 2nd M Irirkrl: Rain Kept Scores Low and before hi'ipponent could ^^ jet to Into smashmf til the ball intil*" the net* — %  1 II ll.iniiistri a-hO has 'i; made a dan/ling n •' %  %  shot from clow in. Fvelyn is tin youngest member at the %  along with Geoffrey Fostar lias been an outstanding^ defence I Hex Ickfteill It flrat ,i,ii tha vetnt.. but tha majority Wit ridrnmad 'il!i lhc b r or *"• brou 'h t safely trai by no-ikcepcr Maurice Foster. their raI 'i malea In (rani ot the Barbados KM a great o%aiion (roan tha crowd for thi* %  %  m "tidi to gn up (or the final swim down. The bull u tii.iin.l in midlU'ld until the end of the ., n d Johnny must be ;iven full marks Kcnl %  centred find the THE S, i, the S.vi mi Saturday at the various below the majority i ntit expecte viu,i.,i B Knishi %  II Wilvoi. i( 1. Harris n-t rU: Comboraaara skhool U i to Pollea iv first and knocked up 79 for the VICTOR BEL1, of George Park loaa of eight wick.' red 93 runs against Starwick In Ing their t\rst irmums otMM TayB.C.L. llxtm. LU ii lor. opening batsman to tha iHtUtar his team's rlr i t'onstnl %  !%  with 3 The M b ho b V Knlaht Tolal ; II BOW UNO ANALYSIS o. at. KnmM a J K. MrLax-l 4 M a. apriita-* i i i M Ci.i I 10 K Stoek 1 1 MENTAL HOaTCTAt li Innlna. MB %  pnotis t I i %  an -il-I kiinnings score to l&O, which war whlla s Howard enough to defeat their opponent.only other batsman to Starwick, In reply, made 35 aial double figures was Denny in their second venture vvas howlmade an undefeated ten vd out for 31. Pacer Burke of Brathwaite was the most siicSt.trwtek took Bed's wteket cagflful howler for the >cl. An excellent bowling parfo r mHe sent down II overs and capance In the BarjM ".is turned In lured seven wickets lor 34 runs. n% .s. ,.ij %  r Gt-.'igc Park arbo look PhUUpi took tha O8JM alekal ll wickets for 21 runs in the antiro match. He took 6 (or 16 in Combcrmcrc In reply the first Innings and 5 for 3 in bowled out to "'•'.> runs Tudiir the second lopscored with a lighting 10 A George Park, pUyin| in the partnership between Tudor ank 10 and Q, Archei two without any runs being scored off him. In their second inningV M l'< ,.ie IK to tha loaa of four wickets. Tha toai wicketa were taken by G Gilkes for ten runs l.rrward va. Y.M.P.C al Fuster'k I and (for the ton of four wicketa) 18. Leeward 70. i nil .1 w Kmpircal Vauchise %  fl and (to I %  rts) 9? i oi|... M 1 imiheriner.\s. PotatM at C'mnbermere %  (8. Coml>ermerc 6:' College vs. Wanderers at Ciillrer %  %  (aril. HI *Lotsn i CatriCon I 'niton CM %  UM N %  ed with UI K. MiLnid Ibw. Prr-cod Totali -l. I | I .. t... %  OWI IMG SHAIITAN IJ.*!..I. ....I b nraai b Whitah Helen's 7; Sulford 31. Rochdale wtU ,,1,,,.. eluded Hornets 1U. Wakefteld Trinity 1! M%) „ two toll Wigan 37. Widnes 17. Belle Vue skOOla madl W Hi Rangers 6; Workmgton Town H M ( -, Bowltni l Cent] Wairaaoton 13 per i. <> W %  to 30 Another mat. ii w..Keujhley 46 and C Uli YstradgyniaN n t'.l". In thcli iecond innloj are Patrick TI 17 a n.uke look ton mni Outriiilil Win i il bowled out for 32 Mr. Til Por Carl %  dfhlll fii to 1 II. 1 %  Ifhl ovai %  ..1 b) C Carlton *tti1 in and repiie i with 88 (W tha Ii I •itt'larrd. Keiin* Huiel ith SI Whlla 1' Km %  aw i) n. wUn to Lo I % %  YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT Froin CodrlngtOD Rainfall: nil. Total Rainfall for mouth to date: I M 1H Highest Temperatuie B8JJ T Lowest TelUprratnie ISJI *F Wind Velocity: miUa par hour Bsiometer: (1 a.m.) 20.911 (a p. ml 88488. They'll Do Ic livery rime By Jimmy Hatlo | What's On Today Barbados Camera Club Exhlhl tion -in a.m. to 0 p.m. Lower Courts and Court of Original Jurisdiction 10 i. Mfcung of the Leglslatfre Council 2 pa Meeting of Uio Hou-e o! Assembly .f p m Police Baud at the Mont.l Hospital I p.m. Water Polo *t the AquatnClub Barracuda* V. Snap per*. Bonl tan v. Police I pm Oramophone Recital It tha British Council 8.1.1 p.m 'Thr a a I'll-. B.-1I..1 ..l In K.rr. I B.l I ii. li-.-l.i ( %  .. i. -...., ' % %  "' %  ""I ill %  -' S-m aaaam i ia wh.1ii*n Uv.. i-ipiie imfnexi WWea> a II...I \ Iltk.l a *. tVM •• %  ... far. Thai ii perhaps *>• ince .iking I ... adera With ba n a i o n ihe seri* ilnchad In bna H IkM fnvour Ince mai tind true form i the third and Anal Test r ifttl CurbYourPiles .1 la no li.imer aeceaaary to aufT-r pulfia, 1',-iiim >M toriurii froBi Itlai •inreilie dUt-overy ol Myte (form.r;, buuarn % %  cmnarnl>. Kytaa luni t.i *"rN In 14 IT IIUMM and BO I aahj atQH ii. ae.it) but B:O uku ei Use awafi. > > '..Vnl.n.lco"i(4U.r.. Irritation triarehy carblivg tther tTOur • %  u'heellte.dari %  he '^oii! %  gearaataa Hytew mun eiop yeur BOa palT'i %  n'1 truublre or money feaah ea Here is what to do after OVIK-INDULGENCt Too much good food nnd drink* Try Alkn-Seltxer and aoe how much bettor you feel. Alka-SflUer soothe* h aadae h i, neutraiisee aaeaii gastric actdlrjr. "sets you right again Keep a supply of Alkal*fc£' Seltssr handy — always. '-: AlkaSeltzer '-'****•'*'-''**-*-**'"'*.**'*******--. ff.llaf; I Of f'f. 1#f-.'ff lOlff tut in it i on TlltS ffatV.ftl'l MIX THAI I OH V nes:— llalfery IgBjlion, Powat Take OH. Hell Pulley Lights. Slii|inu-ni> flr* once a^ain airivini; and you 8T8 BdviBcd to book etfl*. Sleel wheels are (ibtiiin.ible (or ploughini; and fur reitllv lou-h cuing. "II.-.Ii Tracks lilnMe Otlnr infornwt COURTESY GARAGE Itoltl I1T T1K1M LIMITED. Hi il MIS ,V.'-*-*.'.'.*.'^'.'.'-'-*-'•'• V'-'-'-'''-'.'-*-'.*.','.',*,*.',',^',* TEMPTING TASTV WHAT! KHAKI SHORTS k $4.38 Unbelievable but it's true. And what is more the quality is far above this amazing price Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain is often needless. DOLCIN, %  /tea type of treatment, brings prompt relief from twindue I., ^viiiptomof these drend disen-e* Itut more! OOLCIN l*o luu pliyfioiogicnl netion, particularly on aaataboUc i" which are n very important fnclor in the rheumatic SIHU*. 1 In i dna i > BM coordinated netion of a new combinmion of acientibi quit k acting uigredwnu. IMILCIN I...I--... leaied thoroughly in hospitals nnd clinic*. It is being pre*. nls-l hy dm-tors now' Ii ha. relieved the nnguixh of many of your fellow sufferer* with long standing caaaa of joml-'lifTneai. and eitn-me piiin. So, you see, UMmoner you use DOLCIN, tha sooner your condition may he anproved. Yet l>OL<*IN costs wry little. Got it today100 precious) tablets coat onlv 8818 IT. BOOKERS (Barbados) DRUG STORES LTD. BACK TO SCHOOL IN SHOES OIRLg. AND BOYSSHOES-Brawn, Buck Whlt: 8lE. 7 10 11 — it 3 I •3.76 i 76 OTM BOOTS-Wlltt. Brow. „ •BM.I Sl.r. 10 — 3 3—6 • — 11 • 15 2 15 Bring your chlldrvn In for U i %  PM fitting. :; I AT LAST Just Arrirvd ... 2-og., 4-oz.. |-pt. 1-pt. GOOD QUALITY Glass Tumblers in clear light gleaa as pre war uays 22c, 23c., 25c. and 50e. respectively Secure Yours Early as these Price* cannot 1Mrepealed GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES IMKINK 4918 Hi. 1.1-11 SI. THE RICH BAKEm SPECIALS FROM THE MODERN OVENS OF J&R BAKERIES w/,v/////////V//,v/'///,v.v#v^///vv//V/,v,v.•/^'.• 5 Just Received — New Slocks of I 1 rfV****>******v'*'-^* -,','.'s*v y *vj4 RED CEDAR SHINGLES DOUGLAS FIR SIDING DOUGLAS FlU JOISTS PITCH PINE G. & T. FLOORING PITCH PINE JOISTS GALVANISED NAILS all sizes PHONE 4267 WILKINSON & BAYNES CO., LTD.



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HIMiW s > I'TFMBF.R 18. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATI PACK THREE 1,000 Homes lh>sln>ye %  \ \ <>rnia"\ I 15. Undei tment .i \ igrit rum n... n. i .M-..-..J.II i jmpalfT ". %  lobrr 14 led b> UM A ;"|i.nnirn'. anno,inecmer* V \ .. %  tl -urns ti> flirtit V >et In n, being malnl> > i %  n: of bounttt> %  I I rues !i icalk .17.SW.3II. R Sanaa, lo livestock A u aWAHFARIN ) %  . -. kille It .-presented pruv hen taken li %  *n the pani vc day> Cantata) UM and St John'I h WARFARIN aril] he distribute. ,in frat "f rharge hv the Department. 4ytng the mri loss* at M>4.IIO tlaribhcan \.l.\. •?• %  Gf"** 5 ? To Be Discussed from various %  ill meet %  Font %  %  i ba Interim Pourt Con h race* \i be BritUI % %  .mail Hepuhlu Guiana Ouadt loupe Martinique, Rico and Trlnldwd. BOSTON aai %  1 '• %  CotMl i I %  Washmfmd S4 In IWl nut at hei with an air rifle while she and two ronpaMM were boating on the nei friends row* id lo thshore and chased ih. trio %  %  bo fired at them But, according to pollca, the youths d ubied back and mati I* • Mch *he had left in tin %  it Granule. IManin Migrates To Canada I I i ROrS Sept. 15, Mr. C A. t) Phillips, lit the I.ft ti e Council N i .-...• %  M<-ioi.-, | AgTlcultun PHIS boi u I .i lea.ii, roi nun} ,;., %  veai Honorap & 4 the nicl >an months think* nolhiiw C.N.S. "Lady Nelson" with i 7-lb electric iron Mi. PhllUpi has on irlou I Ha li qulti rapraaant c d OretnWa -it I>*PP^ if you give him :i agricultural talks in Barbados '•* %  |; and Trlnl I Ha Rarrlaantan, .. v, "".' David, ana .r M GOLIATH (christened, David) HAS A PARTY Startling his friends with a spot of weightUftiny Spies Gel Long Gaol Terms \ s. I Knlhusia-.ni %  iu i-ofaanad b:Mr l_i\\. who will act man until .. President ..( tru •ii ieleetad Mi Bn if Jtanaa, Hon, seci-et.it> rd IN l'">tball Assoclation i"-tlnf tfi i iv told the Praai thai SAuCBKS c \LLBD UP I irlb H-VINtiSAITKHSwillbelllle!! %  %  Hth water or patrol Tha JIIII ten shown for the scheme, lias made %  rabbet dun, rapacity ' %  • fenoaa, th. ( t oan be whirled am from nrcrafi lo a-jind THK BRAVK \ MB I*IH\\ i. i kiiu.1 it. R %  city, loan and Inwa wen Memonid Park ci %  %  tily". Hut to-iufht Praaidanl Truman aad to s.ire..Mt John Rica, the Rad Indian. Arlinitton ttaHionaJ !entetery. last reatina; laT] heroes Ini mated thai thev %  tout i with Ion* turn, at hard laboui ur In ,1 IOUUO conflnemenl th.mt ,>t the %  In w ,i Ml li I .. s it] i Granada i Island sklppei Lai i xuni! BTnong bable> isao'i promlm m flgun cricket end was % %  Mi Phillips leave bare but ha ba expn with the %  hansjrd aiututiv | the rebru •i %  i %  ; ",nnl 1 bli Sl "i," movhei "He s"ncv i I not be endu.-d by his wife who After U WM | i.t him play will %  ciKht|| 0 .i casually Into tl i bin er than non | Ihe i oom U would HI a a a snj %  %  ,, t (,, U i Anil thai m iius David %  %  toll has [.,.. crlckci %  %  e there, with learning to walk %  %  vidad the defendants i' a owes BO <" salII -i\ eonAnement %  n d IhoH 1 %  laboui I hi 81. wa. solitary ni md fined I ol i urrency, i 71. jo ci si hudeli Si, ;i i ish priest, solitary cunHnemeut foi life. Pert! rota as, i cuMii em • i Plntorl M< %  1 BMrosh 4.1 hard laboui foi ... hubbj rtandi nn*vt li hard toboui Lion Herbert I hard labour. —r.P. i been % %  ..'. NO CONSTIPATION NOW IFTER YEARS OF MISERY "K.., | kin.U H 1 ;.,",, V" i,, 102 In H Passhig Out Parade M had lor trx-mcly kind to Ihoso wh. worked uoci with then.. :.,[„, Mr. Phillips InvaluaUe *ar*ke to igrlcultura will be bTaatly %  M list Tu the Asjrtcullurai > l %  .,II %  .. h..ir .it mssnbers. ii plei tune i II %  |„ u>ara Iron til I li I iff. 'Now we lend hm. M.< ii only. lo put on his LMM riorco W ireless Operation Reslgii MADE RECTOR Of ST. ANDREWS ST GEORGE'S, s.i! 15 o to RsmL I ho PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept H i their resignation ;ii ti;> el< Station, Plaroo A Followini these ., Priest m 1930 and after serv4|,,u > tng a short curacy at SI !'•*• London Dock*, entered the iv ( AKKIKH IS TOO PAT vanities Mlsalon to Central Africa, since labourlns sltll. nl-lsiIRS ,. due in Grenada towards the end to give her a larijer and slronticr i>! Ihe year TDAD FIREMEN GET NEW APPARATUS landing deck foi jet pi gomtf to make her just too broad to iet llirwiiih Ue PUHUII E Three Woriu Wsi Iteing modern Is.II "<* to 32.000 : HDielnNighl Club Fire i.t. 17. ... women era i phlxlatad i i i. ,i Basil %  nm i ickei In tl %  merit ckibearl AiKiui 250 persons were In tha ... ,| lependenci dsy when lartad Mrteken mat fighting thaSr • lammed lh nl turned the nicht dub into a death Police said uv %  %  —l'.P. ST. GEO HiHonour ti %  Mi \'. %  U %  %  %  ;| in ruing t""k th i %  102 ri mil • I %  I %  %  Royal Wel-h %  %  %  %  %  I %  day 1 Bid A.lf-r. 1 ll< Miami R .;* '. rfcrs /i Mi %  a A N bt %  itaily, bi.i.. .. %  %  %  %  %  Ktllofi Co, of tosll itsta ni ,Masf*eilei f %  'lU-a %  I (fojM m*d M0 11,1, "* In cli'imsv ill tl III i hl.,,,,1 in,pu, impur li.. inlh. OI.KKI iu aakas nod pain.. Miff an boll.. pllnplrt im.I i..iiiiii. Ilarhr Btosd Mlatass Hi. hi ...: li .in^i Ihe y In rest %  rknK i*.".il htallh. I i> .nii.ii tolam APPEAL WITHDRAWN S/5,9/6 IN TOURIST RECEIPTS FOR AUGUST PORT-OP-SP r August %  i • Board'i doUai makinn a total of $109.41.'• | %  I %  iliam Oar Oan t arrr.MndtnlPORT-OF-SPAIN Sept, 12. nra Bngade department sVflpaln )... two new type* of .Itbreathing apparatus, which enable firemen to pSt* tj|tc of fume for rescue arorfc One contains UHJSjtu Gl'ESS-OAMC menfs Treasury balance The .%  the |ua| Introduced In Congress will w„. second defi other compressed "air. These make %  -' n offence fur anyone to wrek t types are used in mines, tub*" these lottery slips, marinas and ship holds. PORt-OP-SPAlN, Sepl black %  iippeal '-" .• %  !.. %  and %  %  MO dollar* :iy all .folU, Maxito appeal, the first being AlderWard. Sew Sehooi trr+m Oat o !" rrr.,p.d.i.i | >RI I .pi. IS %  formally (^>ene.l a Ml IM40Q :-•!., II S. I-V.I U> the ChSiroB of I &U9MMS BEFORE So satisfying : ...this Chase & Sanborn Your MONTHLY Periorl? .n,i m * tak.nf *Wtfi *>! ST AW ot!rtni' mult* you feel r-Ml and weaK a few daj dt Th*r. Lydia r Pinkham %  ilias och a aooim:.*. %  .i Hnl o'osi, *."\ W 1 S> C0IO Mtrui lit) Ol COfOCNC a ai'al SKrAN I Ml 01 (CHOCNC aural •'* [OnSjN HIUW CCHOCNt SatMl a i egsj im or rotocHt it saiur sura f*U 0 COIOCNI SIKIHIOM HI BOND Srmi. lOaOOS. ISCLaND RICH E R SMOOTHER CREAMIER SIM0NDS MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402



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ru.i roi'R liAIHIADOS ADVlil Ml TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 151 BARR\0OSAOV r OGrrE (. 1 T -1 rn>n4 k) lh< ASiatal* <. LI*. !!(• 01. BrUa*M* Tn.-sd... SrntcmbcT IS. 1951 'lic k ii.inloiii Aimrir.iii Negro W HFItl %  • .\<*|Miiiliii k iiK kppotntnwnl of Mr. m last irced to edmii that the officer, who la B capable and eer had been ( ..ltural Instruct.'! (mm AugUM 1447 until September 1950 before he wag confirmed In this post* I %  ,: I %  % %  ::. %  i.f the the Government*! polk ) %  i" ilntmenti en not without found %  %  k | |Q |f was pointed "Hi thai in the L> pertinent of -... j. : i there was en eni <'ii In an ecting capacity %  dd it was admitted that he wee competent One statement of • nt was. that plied 'i the poet had been turned down It is obvtoue then I WOUld not have happen i better qualified ihan Unj office. Anothei Inetancc of this damaging policy ol Mr C F Broome who has been % % %  : i ci Schooll fOI the last four or five years, Since that Mr. <: C. Killer of iluCola kdge School has been appointed %  %  rate end now • Chief lni eppointed. %  .!n years Mr. Hi -nine hie been actU noting Assistant has been scting headmaster < Una Nr uftOO to Nn in county i,etwren 1B10 nand 1030. FT m 1B0S •wed Jeannes .Jed an • oiauinitiM by atei %  %  -• %  of 12 407 In 803 glassed "oppressed a: cuted" American %  amazing ... Mini oi Ini about how Aframor leans arc d % %  humani/cd but M i\ %  are talk' ing about I* a phantom One colour* -.endnn ing a summer Mminar abroad year was pirii lad when In POM fel. '^\'\ %  • %  • %  '. %  : %  • %  %  K • i .,, ,: ., %  ', ,..„ paid Iran public r.all> MUVVM Amcruan msrw. „.„„„„, w ''"' '' %  • i ;'-?"' %  id T* "'""':. %  unxious mm M return homo wall Actual!) ..... ''""• pnnmiUHl ol ml. rr.. ...I i< :.. II •• MfeicaA nil rnm . wtU-lo .,.,. Uniit-d SI Ntftl jr "l Jo* 1 D family was liilonishiil li .iiinmcr il..u.imK nl ilumany example. ll,..krfell.-.rly ctalldmi V.1U1..U1 ,iis. IminaBo %  ' .... .£i . ,. A. .... lr> jo.nro to oio.ioo .. IM.-.I ii, e.i i'n ih.e.i.ni.n.ii lent l< le-,.. nn.v.l.M l.y 100.000 '"' "i"" !" ii..in II .. in nio whan •Imoat "•xploitod Nevon n MU I .. Ini Ilc.1 I,. >.hiu-, ;'" v '"' ''"' and hai uuj n"~"* r her a..lelliu^ Farnborough Secrets LONDON. Sep. 7 THE British aircraft industry, which' still leads the world in the design of planes for the sen-ices and for civil airlines, goes on show, at Farnborough. Hampshire, next In its biggest display yet the Society %  f British Aircraft Constructors will bring into the open 50 different types of aircraft more than half of them military and over 70 per cent of them powered by straight-jet or turbo-jet engines The Fnrnhorough Display, as it is called. ill not be simply a show of prototypes. Apart from eight research planes, only four f the aircraft entered are not in production. 'n fact, all 38 other planes, including some of the very latest off the secret list, will fly. It is also possible that if first flights of still lower types are made in time, there will be other last-minute entrants. nd iihool-. that moat Harlem i < 11011.111/1'.!. that Ne,..y MK'IIlirant part in admtniMteniii: tad iitv. .iiid Ui.tl. Ij r limn l-cini! restricted to Harlem, thej live in bnOBt evi'iv cily election district, hi .my IHlloussn gathering the AmsTtcan visitor win lurev be bombarded with, "Wiuit about jpour Nsaross?" "How eai uthem about di-mocracy whan | l I ..nd lynch pet.) %  why do you CkHU ft* thstr IIMI rightsr Mow doM it rstl gUU] ••• keil mc* last Dt-" i an Oilo ta bis to stay in a nice |ila* like this and. eat in iuch a flue dining room?" hV would not LwUsva that I had beat) ,II Bnet hotels in tht %  %  doubtful when I denied I ctaUon betSfSSH coloured .TM! VfhlU AIM One tmrliiitcs th.it UKIIIV Kuroi %  oi .oi' t.ir more provincial th.m U > ai i use Arm rti sn c4 balni Tin-y nlii'ii %  peak nt 11MUmti'il Biataa INll.H1 I GMMtGI B. M Hi > %  I wore the H| of H( Hl v instead or btiiiK ,, t ,om |SM During HB \ •hauel slasery in ths %  %  %  .,: : dM Si %  %  v i With cqii.il geographic, aocul and economic variety When they talk abmu i.usually in Ufirw ol inO) ih.. irg oi B n (ornted. A UIUKI yan Cabtnet oeVei who hud doubtlcei read (fsll* Sun" iliilefuMy oiwouiwd on Ihr llSJSdj Of ihe "poor Negroes" ol Nmiii Amtrlea until l obssrrsd that they ownsd safersl Uav thtrs is leai battsd end more automobile!, than the 00.nuptclon today a* a result of lhat ^Ir 1 ", ,zT i,'„ • 000-ld c-rn hb COOMr, bOUd, „ im, their -m %  nnd id.it eiiy oi SouU) wi. n %  %  ..:. '. i %  ,. oat bed peopln of the BaUtalU tin as I had observed in MoirteKm M ba.,,. twees the Indians and Pakl How do it bsapen thai ihu |anli betweao the lect i ons of ln phsnton Asserlcan negro ha i %  captivated the lurcign mind.' in *;him-r in Maiaya. betwaan Un the tlrsl place, foreign minds .><• %  f" "''•< '\ • %  '"[. made vciv raceptlte i.v anvj ol _. A so-called -ii %  ,%  I '!.. %  I .,] Ncgroas iSnvlSble, There Is n%  tween i DmsnunUt Party % %  in the Sovle Union, „_ More than 1 2S0.OO0 U B uroes are members Ol unions with 'in privileges. aSCUlit} and *eninnl> U white %  .Ming upoi .nn lensta ot %  ervici r>! the -core of unions that sth In 1915. si> In the pai inj p olona hav Negro onVers, even in tl .i credl i i-o-opvrauvp. socities 60.0o*i retail bunli Mvtnisi and loan assort atlona snd i Dtnpaniaa. rUlyiwo ol the latter have assets Of over $100,000,000. with a bilUoi dollars' worth of iiLvorancc in tmi and the District of Con own 19.000 squart miles of farm land (an ares had the siie of Ohio), and there an 189.215 Negro farm owners wltil farms avcraslng ^8 3 acres the armed services hat II? broken laae 1944 It has been eliminated In the Navy and the Air Pores and Is ;i ad %  ill) being ousted from the Am ... hange seemed verj MHO'' and liRQ omeers deiuwl that it was knlni i.iu misjrsl thou ne r>nnii i, ana -— ;—rai.^i" acUonal blttariuna ndfl r Nc ro further con mentary on %  """ hu 200 I-I lnl ing p'lahu and combln • ,,( \\ i )• < N' % %  % %  I' "' M-seed. South or North, slthough • % %  i n In th. racial : 'ion There ore also the 40.000 Negro hurt/tics Serving one-half their population, vduc i.nd ipsndlni *ai DO %  i %  va these paoplfl beei denuil ihe 1 1 .ht to worship BS they Ff.ur-ennined jet bombers, sweit-winn ijjjtarg and jet and turboprop airliners will iiure in the display. Latest entrant mr the show is the rocket-powered Hawker P1072, with its Armstrong Suldeley Snarler r<,( kit motor, said to give a jet tighter double its power for short periods. It will not be flown. The Snarler motor, announced only this week, tits into a space nu-asiirin,; 6.1 by :Ut yV/VA'AViW/ui the very tail of the aircraft. Compact 8 and light, it uses a liquid luel which con-,S taing its own oxygen supply and can be|S .witched on and off at will by the pilot'S* when he wants to climb fast, boost his speed c In combat or pursuit or make a quick take ** >IT The new rocket has been flying experi§ nentally In the tail of another Hawker JetI; plane, the 1040 and is to be used in the new Jj wept-Wina" Hawker 1067 besides the Pl072|5 ([^pt'Onng at F'arnborough. I The Vickers Supermarine Type 508 naval § let lighter which made its first flight recent£ y. will come off Ihe secret list in the flying %  lisplay part of the show. Aviation experts c ire keen to see its performance. *J (OIIIXS DESK and POCKET DIARIES I9.>2 Now Available at ADVOCATE STATIO.XEltV See us for the following. . I nil-Ill PIPE H". .-, IVt" d FITTINOS GALVANISED PIPE H" GALVANISED HI Mi— I". V. 1(4" GALVANISED SOCKETS — H". W GALVANISED III III I I I%  — 1M" W '." — "." •• 4" GALVANISED UNIONS — Vt". H" GALVANISED FLUSH PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PAN8 — "PTRAPS CORNER BASINS wllh PedraUU WILKINSON & HAVXES CO, LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 4687 BECKWITH STORES K*V*'-'*t.'*^>^'*-''<* , M^''^0•.!,... •!-_ 1 U ., brood] olrtl -I -I-— ca. N I" %  "• %  tonlllct), ..mi % %  < l .."'';'fc„ ""'.,, ' Balks IDII the Baltt %  and tin* ( 1 90 per rent. The mal ,hft. ihti" i.r.'i i. v ivan ot> i I.UH..I b* arhlta-eontie %  III. ... O ', %  their churches ., the largest cc.ngregalloiw In %  man* ••ii>i ouonctranging from $25,000 to 100.000 rly Qaarb no organization . -ept in a re wan exist ex • country ''"Uv I91Q ti:,. Negro m IluSooUl .1 nf tht right tO VOtS 'I'o-d.t' %  thousand.* in .ilmwt every Southwhsn day over 7.ooo s50,ooo hi i. . \ %  .. %  %  %  %  •i.iieKe (i.ooo In Dixie wriita %  in.in iba total i umbei % %  ( eoflegi a long comuaisn of prop.i K .m.1 A • %  ]>.pen, muKazines, nwvu~ .iiie book* which ||.< la.'tically biased picture uf Amen i ii itlOM 1 %  %  the third !>i iir. than Aiui'i K-.in I'lUiiUi ,uupaganil;i iiti the eontrary, Asteiican writer> publishers and ravduearsan Lai i [) i. peaatkle lor the spread of this false picture. Naturally Hu ...Sl* ;tllll th.-'n mtcrnatlon.il eonsphacy hav e done 111* part .1 Aeraaalst a few testa aanting ; sanulM Dletaca i ""'"" Negro-white relation* it! in. ,„.,„.,,, tinned States, but these art* not | n iwou n '\.i prophoi Boutnam tini-...ks which have been II .. mid shortl) exterminate "' : ad by Utar. ths Amerti %  '''• ate Iksre l sjnars Whal thea hsvs thalr lift i N yai Lym img, rightly i I read ore 'KinK-blood Royal." or onl) SBVen .-..-. lsaa th thai Oraal American i i HI', h.i %  Kru'dntu Road, 1 "Strange rnilt," ol I i In the ihirdacllntd Iron us in isoti to OM Native Son" n I eihan rlru Ing the Fedi metlmai nona li i ..ii b) Amarlcan gructcd ISO.l rllers, and ill itraasing tha Nagro 10 te. mint] lot blaefei and '"'' 1,,n "' "", '"' m |U %  l how I i led ^ i\i %  %  .II go! problem has aen one of Inti in IBOO v. II pet caul of lha re into tba nation %  I with .' %  1047 they owned 3i pci cent I ' ihe asquleso 1040 dty-dwellfa : lajority New types ol British warplanes to be : shown will include the Vickers Valiant, Britain's tirst four-engined jet bomber, the ; %  I swept-back wing lighter, the Short ; SA-4 four-en^ined bomber and the Canerrg twin-engined bomber litted with [ \rmstronR Siddeley Sapphire jets, claimed lo be the most powerful jet engines in the .vurld Navi types ol British commercial planes ncluda the already well-known de lUvilii t Comet jet airliner, and the HandlevJ Hermes and Vickers Viscount, both i owarstj by propeller-turbine engines. Also flying will be the Napier Nomad, the £ irst composite engine, a combination of'g nston and turbine in a flve-engined Lincoln 1 v lying teethed bomber. *t Organizers of the Farnborough Display ^ lava arnngad special security measures I I aravatrl the latest types of military planes *. ron being inspected too closely while the\ *; are on the ground. Government or Press j V representatives from countries behind ttu £ Iron Curtain have not been invited. ' ground or in proximity to the sea, a BITUMINOUS PAINT .s your wisest choice. We can offer you "BITUCUARD BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT which will effectively solve your problems, and is. moreover, waterproof and resistant to most types of acids and alkalis. PRICK : $1.72 per i-Gallon Tin For best results, the following instructions should be carefully followed :— ? 1. For new work, apply 2 tottt "I "BITUGl'ARD" ;. BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT. 2. For previously painled work, rub down thorough.* ly. cln. and apply 2 coals of "BITUGUARD" | BLACK BITUMINOUS PAINT. About 2.000 foreign visitors are expected. .iRainst 1.600 last year. The display opens m Tuesday with a technicians' and Pres: ;.'i ,„'! 1 %  law day. The British public will be able to visit the show on the last two days of the show. When in doubl — atsnav "INTERNATIONAL" s Our lf< ...Ins Mas: llitttlf-l.imifi* I • i-mv— nlghl the I4tl i nan ai % %  i iveUlng In I Hi I lab) ,\i Sprtng Hiii \\v '! ihe road; a. it • : Ished the ken pit Irom tin About 8 49 p.m. 1 heard ,, voice sliui "Loid i | on me.' I. psnied in, went la the -! %  which %  'i was from II riving at UM i %  M arlth %  wu oniii. The other i ., u pair'llan) %  %  % %  %  %  %  |< nil %  Hospital when wounds tor stated the! %  %  %  ellinr. %  %  'nies t 1 ( %  • 11 %  •'.ifflr The uit' ervtca and abroad mostly the atnsational ere Utable, salted with %  i mention of Harsan Anderson. Jackie Robinson ••> Ralph Bunche, tin the screen, hntgnen see aw h rot aa "Home of the Brave." %  linkyand "He Waj o.n." Small sOO.000 homes with %  wonder that they believe In this, valui ol sii.377 .i phantorn Nearo! ef the • Has unv nation, even Ts^rut -ago HIK! V\ %  v.luii cas^e-iidaan India w ll sioooo to si.vnoo. whussu colonial axploltan like Iranea and yere worta up to KhXOOi IWIuuiMi. been subjeeted to Rich fMhfr An more viellms In thirty years that. ln ., IH „, , %  I.. .„, N-Vi'-s m the t-ntire MBB,,, We'lern Hemisphere, nnd yet the ,,,. t'niicl BaatCa W.n solTored fir rorlzed' 4 mioulaee mi re adverse propaaa nd a i-, iaai ll is sale lo Its in, II nn COUntrj ,. : ,,,, •;, | %  ; lt |, \^,2*i has t*cn Hi,, large! i.f such coni tinual attacks from within nnd i.:,.:, ,, ,,, public wiiluiul. and such false ones In j continental arse ot ihrre million square miles with 150.(MW.00t) Inhabltanti of every Imaginable .it'ii.-• .myttur... .i does happen, but to the aniliVmetican propai rtdlst avei tie llaard i'i""iiie-. a dinosaur. Paradoxical!), Ikr avrrsae while American is as misinformed a* the average European He i* hel| m the face of thi^ .-iTechve jnii,.,,,„., ., fgao ]',( v ,eai Ai % % %  iganda abroad betlallj causa* of bis Ignorance, In a vague t.-i., it is so rs iiui there If torn" II pa, i enl of An h the prlndpl nan fidei ..li-iii. i Itj rule The n i %  %  ep-aaated faai i ind resentments in some places arising from %  i record of lha Inhumanities .lending the process In many area has bec^. aSf4onbio bul in ;'it of all lhi there EBn| and unpnetv• traent sftthln the Vtntf men. Th*imrahitn HIS betw whiles and Nogroes has been cal ;.roEression. the Rains •h. liiesc ui th, p,i^t loilv Here, is tha real Negr .nol the phan..niofM i population to,, n ti-American itivv .nut f.nvlgn ">7> *a ive a long was it ii mire II,.. .mine. imJI;n ,,, „ baton ..,• reach t'lopia and ; %  < 1 u troth become ten But consul."'" Voi ' %  %  ( •* r '"'"" Evolved 1 -">40 lt<:st. Milk Krd Chickens .rtilk Fed Darks New /..i.nj Lamb ( *lv*s I. mill Calves Kldaers Ox Tripe Ox Tails Ox Toturur* Ox Brains Ox Fillets Rrd Salmon %  •(' %  'ki'.l Haddock Smokrd Klpr SPECIALS l-liinr Apples. 40c. per Ih i ni.I" il Pineapple. 24e per tin. FirhsluU. 36c. per lb Carrs Blocults, >-• and Sac. snd 11 OS per pfcc Cheddar Cheese. 63c aartaj sii,k.. iir Order io-d*y from GOD DA RD'S m^ Ei FINE LIQUEURS Cherr> Hraod> %  'each Brandy I'runior Brandy ii.-i %  -,. ...M Bram Marie| Brandy Virile Cure 11(41 .1 Ciasae


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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. iil BARBADOS UlViH \ ti r\r.r FIVE Witness Succumbs Under Examination ANIMATED OPINIONS In Christian Mission Chancery Suit HKV l.AKRIER. one of the plaintiffs in the Christian Mission Chancery suit Rev. Barrow and others against Rev Hoyta) and others, had to be supported away from the witness stand yesterday while he was being cross-examined bj Ml ; H. Adams. HOjftafl eoUMvl, on what Mr. Adams said were discrepajKiai In his evidence One of the many women of Ihul every nui-ting IOBOO the end e Mission who has been attendof 1940 when the Christian mg the Court on the days of Mision Herald went out of exltthoarmg since the caw began, was ,*,„.. has brrn imurope.1. r aiOj with a smelling salts boleoux-ened" .le and after Inhaling from this. Mr Adams now quoted from Hev Lamer reiavered sumthe English Law Report* to brins nently i to sit and answer Mr om, he said, that the .word -£? W**" 0 1 . 'aiiimaUj-* with reiard to a SuperTi."'n'n T^'v^rh JUS? iSSaHB Eatng elected .mnuall* l!l *#£ fnBSL !" J^T A' wsa directorate only. Th, Coun tor an *w and a halt. in A .' J ->h,~£^ ij^ ,v1 7„ Th""' *" n "* V* %  Mr. Adam.. R.-v Huilr had pitfl""*'""• "-ndant. 1!. vloualy said In avtdancc that he \< !" Bo rl r* ajanafenwnl sat back had n M any rule Mr ln a I 1 1 POlon Adams, however, produced a nine year old lelter ot Rev. SPITFIRE COMES TO TRAFALGAR SQ. FOR BATTLE OF BRiTAIN WEEK ithtr of the Re\ 11 -\uIn this caw. in which it was stated Viat he (ftw Hoyta ami HI mi "Linn nln .1 oon of the rules in Panama where he was. Letter Received Mr Adams said that in such a case, the case he was riling would hove no value If they deliberately and with the object of remaining in power did not hold a meeting or got rid of the NBragMlCBtreag with the spot till' intention of remaining in power, then, it would be the dinj of nanbari of UH tian Mission to get an injunction and go to court. Wo Protest Rev. Larrtcr still .-aid he did no', met a copy of the rules and Mr. Adams then product,' .. utter from him which Rev. Iloyte, Senior, received and in which Rev. Larrier admitted having reHe hail been unable to find any teived the lelter whieli -tated signs of a protest from anyone with that rules wengoal I td regard to the selling of ti. 11 *>. about UiW The Cole Hon. The Vice Chancellor Is who "My contention therefore is." was General Superin.cnd.-nl of he said, 'that up to that point. the Christian Mission during neither siffe was conscious of any1949 and 1950 and who Is the ,hin awns: wiung. but wheth-i present General Superintendent. iev "new it or did not. no It has come to fhe legal point '"*Ung was properly held of whether a meeting si which ,lnc<> ,MB Rev. Barrow wu appointed rherc was nothing in the eviGecieral Superintendent In 1949 ,,n,t •" "> the Ait to show thj, and .at which Rev. llo>le was \ ht?TV *f,? n i ,!h cr ""-"'o-i of ,le. In The Legislature. Tot fay %  COUNCIL an %  %  %  While a poli..main guard tl.rumr. II.IIK MAM a IV.UIot l.rii.un Spltn I 11 if .i. it Sqiure l-ater Ihr Spiilirr mil lie Joined hy a %  1 Vam|iire—une of Ihr latest t'|>c London 1 • I Central Site In St. Joseph Wan let I For Parochial Treasurer's Office r in. (in:: Mr. W. W Reere. K C. asw n.iled %  rlth Mr. J. S. I). Dea" Hulch.nson „ ^J^S^^S^SSS. !5S ppearing for lho othirs' notice that a meeting was not proper) v eonvened. Ihey uh would be very much in the soup" if they did not take steps to ainaad • revive the Hat % %  ther thing whirh and Banfteld are Rev. Bnrrow and others. Mr. Adims is associated Mr. D. 11. L. Ward, instructed by Messrs. C.i.. i-eton h Btaly. Mr. the bye-jaw Adami will continue addressing or do some t!ie Court to-morrow when the would make things go right aaaa CCaUnuas. Then Mr. Reece It would be argued that thwill nddresv meeting was properly convened. |S but thert was hardlv snythln| tl It 11* (wlfnleti which the evidence of the pi.: and four were present the conJ^ e ^ causc l ",' 22ft 8 con,,utt t ., ,„„„t,. -.,^..u i he should be believed. JL mCo!ln WOUld "* Hoyte had said he was not going because it was not a proper meeting while Ramsay was s.ivitiw thsl Hogrtt told him he. 'Hoyfe'. wBI But he would argue that that ^"rdV"' 1 h h Uld "'"^ ^"'^ ;.rgument i„.led on two ground... .But R amiav had got into th, in the flist p ate. In hU submission w n nPM box and Dretended he did ihe meeting originally was not no t know that Rev Hoyte was pioperly convened and secondly. M ying he was not coming'because ii it were properly convened, what it was an Illegal meeting." took place on January 26. wan Therefore if It were a question farcie.'.i. It was a travesty of the of accepting one's evidence, bj hlf l>ye-laws of that sort. conduct. HoyteN should lie acceptAs it would appear from Ray. ed before Ramsay's. Hoyte, Baalor, Baaa U ng were nt necessarily held In January until' 1943 when the laws of procedure were laid down in the preser.T With regard. Io th, dig. >!-*' %  %  ... ^ „ len memlwrs, thut was done t>% To deal with the two points.' Rev. Hoyte and the Board of M.-.tii" .lid. I submit that this meetogement. but there was not the nig wag improperly convened and beginning of proof that RThe St. Joseph's Vestry yr>lcrday commlttioned '''IMIBuilding Committee to select a fultsblv Uld ci-ntr.i! site for the establishment of a parochial Tl i t:m.l to m.ike a report with costs, back to the Vestry ."i thdl next meetinn. Mr. L. E. Smith. M.C.P.. made a motion i<> the elTecl which VM carri. \ MI ,I inajority vow Mr South expressed lhe opinion '.''li-i the vestn undue Influen Board of hUnumi . h „ ,..„„,, „ 1 '.. £$ ^ K ""Wn.cn H ,.,., iwrish rMofscmtted) thaj voted wTtti .',„. ,,.„, iri;> ((f .,„. pKgWone. wi>re ai.noyed at having %  u.wi, to I jiv taxes !!< felt that ;i CO IU1 II %  n formed ti. i Into tinmattar. thai %  having the power t.> i home a sit. • o.ii K to the %  t\ RkStitlllg the I quiring the *ttc. lie that Mr. Cox, Mr M C i' Mi CTwart .ind himself comprise tincommittee. No Committee him Before Hi tdan began to %  Mn wai ealh >t to 11. | \ u 111 The 1.1 D.IVI ni station Hill ho was •< .... for eight -ears, but hi I out ami joined the Chureh of the : %  %  : Hi ;.•! %  i eling of ... I gave corrotoi.itiv.evidence H. also added that on Jamil ... Hoyta. addressed to Elder Ramsay and himself TWl >> %  i io in tin tvenlna Tbt LUrr u %  I'D Mi. Adams' cToss-examlna\ii Haynes isld thai i with Mr. Smith, but he did not Lhlnk it neeassary to havi mltlee. He was of Ut> that the building of ttn Pi hla] Treasurer wa il end he urged the t .. h the nrmoi i u %  Uor the me. ting, but h< tit said thai before the dati the meeting the chun I • asking him to rei "nice. t II i ed that •';! i ro;isurer's 1 rti,. i in, Tin bui route" Altai little f U Mi Smith %  vitbdrew his motion Dnd rlnaliv moved that the matter be put in the hands of the Huilding Committee This motion was carried by majorttj The Vestry dHHIgeed •' letter ''om the i etary re ; in-oposed visit to the island by Jacob Radai Msrcu>. the Ailolpb s. (Vhs Professor of %  wi-h Hi tOT) it the Hebrew %  km C oUage Jewish Instltuta ol Cincinnati ami New Vork .mil DtnlebM of Jewish The lelter requested the Vestry in the P ofe IM peuniraiou lo i" iii %  %  srtaln vestry reeordi %  i %  n lltd ' lo write ibe Colonial telling him that the. had no objection whatevei to th'' %  u kewlng the derh .il gatttng the Information is bog .iv ii did not put the Vaetry %  %  Uw iwattim *> '• r I < %  M alla l hwi iChamuiO, Mr w n M |rt C" % %  • 'f.ler. Mr J A II' Mi I M C P Mr A P OM. Mr O K ) Q OosOMI Mr I. L %  Mr II A I.A Reaohitat ii T %  ipprot %  number of Bursaries which ..< Board of industn.ii Training maj %  wart emwiaUj csadid •> % %  %  v.Ot II exchaiiRe by the I v. mittee ..f , parcel of land sltuat' ftf I i) of %  rldg iioa u ni tbam I .i pared >t land the propert) >.( Igi st, i-phinn. A Heolution to uppiow of the %  V acquisition by the ncutlve Commlttca %  en pen hi ol lea fliotning the lands of St. Christopher's Girls School in the pur.... %  Chris) Church tot nereost' %  ehSOl buildings and furnishing playgrounds for St Cln.sionn,, School They will HIIO | K > usked to past. A Uiii to provide '". the collec: n •> %  %  .t (ierni.u; erienn pn.| H ti ,nnl f Inbutioii of the proceed* thereof .md for iHirpiM^es connected with the m.liters aforesaid A Mill to amend the Cinem.i raph (BUMS > Films) A.I. ii*:i.- A Bin t<> make pr me protection ol %  A bin i,, mend Dspartmenl A.I. wtn A Bin |o emend the Naturalw. Uon Art. IBIS. HOUSt The Houea ..f AaaamtH) wi % %  i Ml" -t iii 'A p in Am i | temi -.-t .town r., -,.-, ; Rai lutlon for sttw lot n %  e of inaJtmc ;. loan to Mi I I. King. .. Df moot..i v S, II. %  rh i la now In It* ijmtet lUngdom, i v.-, ti CM of hlg pg g aagje fro -.ii. lo llnrh.i.ltrUndiT "Private \i. Business" Mr. Allder is expecte. to move the pausing ol || \ In in* beaikmei the Oovarn. i i elating to lhe pu eh ("June ovi i %  itea bi ihi Island ..wrioi iis iihxeni %  proprlet* Mr M.ipp i* also expeetad mine an Addnsi lelaiing to IOTSIK grown crofas, lad IK • IV.dllll' .... %  |-|;,tive IMM n > i %  '"i S*TS Mr Leu Km. %  VH CAN Kl I.ION IT %  BMO IHI IWUTBaTf TI;I:ATV Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection WALTERS' PAIH 1 ''ft LTD PALM WOSKt LONDON. W 3 •end in credentials gl r s n ) cc "** h* 0 t*"*-" '' \\ . %  .. %  • ... ci II Wi'st Indians MIOIIIII Represenl The W .1. Ml ther '.p Bmith made %  hn nation of th<\' i %  % %  : i the ( i,i i*i^t OOlee, whicrl in m | %  building it the foio.e, of the i 1 %  Smith that he hud OfadS where to the estahltxi. Isl Office ..' the Mte Bo he wonted to ki %  how h* perfectly Argument fails "Rats" Gets 12 Months FOR STEALING PURSE CtUfTBICSD lo IS motrthe* kmSmith) could haw of having i that I had atread the fsct i the Parochl %  %  novlded b) lhe pariah if %  | *' %  lie BUM poll th.it the Paroi hlal Trai %  %  from his present offluwhile thu woo. foi Paroi hlsl Tr %  aim bard labour i.. Mr i; it Cinttith WHS 4V-ycarild Haynee, ilia R palntai %  •* parrU Oep M Road. H .' ,,nd guilty of the Of a purse containing money, the propert) at Eiilc McConnaj of Hastings, chrisi Church James (;m of guttk Btraai sentenced lo ii days' imprleonVastry meni bawd labour (or lhe unlawful monte possession of a hammer Gil!, a in labourer, is 40-ycsrs-old. F iRiiiiK CVIBI M i ih. mOM Pfl Offlce quirj surrounding the death Answering Mi I of 50-year-old Kathleen Elizabeth Mr Mmth Mid thai h Hall of westbury Road %  yesterday by Mr. G B (Jrifflth. Coroner of District "A" l.e Mte of the Old PO onue baceuea ha did Hall Vr,lr > '" %  P* nd ,o1 ' non > J Prggg pa^t i a considerable knowledge of Wot Indian affairs \ho %  • %  Hi.if Federation, on hand would ti<|,t>-" towards economic etabUU) i. party planned thai i as the Geneva thai prevented th,. gremlin*. Of pp I .re products would be i mdod M. that some help U I em-ouragement eoild be given to producers in thai connection In addition to th..t h, beJlew that If thine could beenacu d leg) latlon Hut would provide loi taxation • thai would enable Englmh capitall*Is to Inve t theli money in the eoloi It Mr LeuMxc-Boyd enpects to viMt bofh Heusei of Uglglatui Ha h'Bvi-. for Trinidad IOHfrW .mi will visit Hrltish ida and Jamah %  g on before he loovas 'or bon < -irililh .in Tiiiirisl I)t k Vt k ll>|>|||4 v ll VsSIM'. For Dim-usMioii l-OHT-OP-SI'AIN. s.| OnpsauatMa o| ••!.• i irm %  .. Tourist Devotopmoni ABSOCMIU i' lhe highlight ol Ifca i the Third Annual •;• m ra i II ibta ai. inn i irn Tounan i ommlttoe to n. held n ( ^ui^ rrujiilo. Doiiiinn an Rspublk (ran Septcmbei 17 to II Mi. Louis S. -iUaw, {. % % %  i D| Hie ( 1 T.C. Ill' % % %  Pre M that the Interim Committal iom^lo an end on December 31. B INiHler (onlesl Anuthei He r mi .. v hole .11... All.. Ii A I. with at the meet,i.,; i the juugiiu I . %  I %  I .. milled two po-'i have judged to be tin %  ineb area Uw Mbited "ti th,. wiills of Die tni or in an art Ulll I I p %  'ei will be iitentilli,) her only, and en ift> 11 be devoted to asjeetlni the arirmei of lhe first, second and tmn Mr. Law. who left I'mt-nf-Spaii a lew days ago, will first go lo tin Netherlands Antilles WIH-IIba wll i lid 'hseiiuions With Hi' I mil* Antilles Tourism CommitProrfl there he will g< lo Cuidad Tim %  the meetmg y :% -,N v t i Miss AI:MK-. i. ni rUpnMnUlrn MISS VVOXM: i.ioKia i. now hen .. %  . • ). 11 ., I skin Can unil Malu U| CoMOMMhll Tinsil;i> Sipirnihri 1 SI li ORATIS CONSULTATIONS bj Appalntnwil Al KMI.III S Lid. PHOENIX PHARMACY .In* I li i iiiil I TRESH SHIPMENT OF p I'llllW I IIOUS ALSO 1 4HHK FEEDERS Influence i ii u in w) %  Hill, .1 ovtdei Thon St. yt %  Oe %  ierday v %  owner • H 1 Mr. Cox agreed with M n forming a OM mttti i suggested that Ihi %  Smith Mi Hayni Mi Oil %  %  %  VfSrftY EXHIBITIONS Ttn St Michael's V' tenabls at Han Beptembaj 191 .... B t s igaj w ii Baylay, ami II M. I, BJ • Over 150 Pan. Is Received Pur J*ca 'A'KK IM pel %  ivad foi i in i %  ni' vfc time, relief urgaiilBa'ion ttM thoea, hardware ind -,; l lb,. AdvoeaU %  • '.ei %  %  >:eltllig lo Wlhers deslllMII ol in iking 1hei ontrtbutlon i would do Ing and aortlni take aom Cover them with IrEA THEHETTE We have in a new shipment of Leatherelle in various Shades and Patterns. Excellent lor I'pliolsler* or BHik llimlini; Etc.. SH inches wide. PRICES per >tird : $2.26, $2.54, $2.65, $3.08 $3.89 $4-74 Cave Shepherd 6* Co.. Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET vv#'.v/>v//.v/// f y/^/;v/////^v^y/ In MIS ONIONS NOWt ( ONDKNSBD MII.K EVAPORATED MII.K ill! || IIS .20 mn t \SH A It It III tisro.MKiis o.M.y < s I STA.XSFELD. SCOTT A CO. 1.111. \ II. .1.1-1111 Joill'8 & Co., I .III. Di-lriliiiMr... II AIIICISOX S BROAD ST RANS0MES FAMOUS TIGER" LAWN MOWERS COMPUTE WITH 12 JII.AKI.S SMI. II" 3i.t7 ll.< i.ntiiu-iuli'rf uilh fvcry < oaSdnKt. 8M VIM JIHI BMbtn ii..' / It. I It PLATFORM SCALES BBST IIHITISII MAKE TO WEIOH UP TO 10 CWT. WITH 28 I I I N nl.ll) BRASS BEAM PLATFORM 33 Hum WITH BACK GUARD K Ml COMPLETE WITH WEIQHTS ONE EACH 25; 90; 10 I 2 x 300 UBS ONLY S205.ll IIAHHISOV S "rstT Sor



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PAC.R SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATR llhllW SFPTfMBIK '.. 1*31 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A IREDROSE TEAcrssnar SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA IT IS GOOD TEA. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE ACTIVE KIDNEYS KEEP YOU WELL Ntur*'i fiHan mt, nm4 haft \l is OFTF_\ St'KFRISINU how quickly backache, lumbago, lilt limilH pilM) lUfl. fctUD| IOIDU • r.J ibc (•DIIOD uriDirr di4cn dM K> ihiah kidney • -n be ovricaue Strong, active kidney* lafcgiawd font health by nnM| a* !" uric •od ud kraM AIM ow o/ tb •yuan. When kidney %  coon u lr-.!rqu*ir and bill to filter the. t •-] properly, pun and •liacomturt frequently mult. lXn' Backache Kidney Pill* bring happy relief by helping u> cte a n i e and stimulate tbc kidney fill en Grateful people everji*taere if U horn good Doac'i Pull axe ^r.DOANSr \ JISI REUIVED $ rin* Kraft Macaroni k Chr<* Sweet Com (Small) ,. Royal Cnrtatd Powder .. C k S Instant Coffee Tomato Juice Hamburger Bt^ak Minr-d Beef It Cerftl .. Mllo Tono .. Oat M-al Pkie Corn flake.. All Bran BotHum Rnndwirh Spread Pkg*. Date* SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Pkgs JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS .49 I< Jars PEANUT BUTTER .58 ...2 Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES (3 BARS) .33 .91 Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .:* I Pkgs. MIXED FRUIT .48 -48 Cakes IVORY SOAP .27 .2 1 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Worlds Finest Small-car gives even greater value! Famous British-Built MORRIS MINOR scores new success i %  %  %  %  •Ippy in Mid Wit: VICW AND FIMCIH LIGHT STEEIINO IN %  \y* TINS AND JARS i/o Only By Thl Hentholilum Co. IH.. (ftl. 18891 S/nif/i. EnfltiH FORT KOYAI, GARAGE LTD. Phon.' 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504



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i I I -ll U -I I'TI Mill R I. |*S1 li .111! Mill-. ADVOCATE I'M.I -MIS CLASSIFIED ADS. ,MB,,r %  %  %  FOH BEVr '-lEFHOBI ISOfj %  %  Mi I. FOB SALE %  hargt w t TI ce*u* gad -•ordg J cnu a word w— k a cui a %  I "i RM f. AUTOMOTIVE SEA WELL Mini-.i.-., .*.,* i i M reit* Fn^da,* M .*d* I oil. a wo-d i Tl real* a*d %  h „.*r.K 4 re*M REAL ESTATE fOB AL 4. a (,,: concern amal HO good* buMneaa in the Cll %  Fa. i..n. ,:. m %  ... Adiucale Jltl>ertl*lng Depart H Morria 10 IxtliMi conIN MEMOKAM I l> KM \N %  Trie tj* aa %  ad %  i %  %  -i.n UHP IM1 c-ndlllon and rt^oiubi) v ,-l Can %  CM NMN na is t I.-In I HP Mom. |rfect COM lowland Chr'.l Church )• • S -*n Boar* and tninjH-n MOM* < l< ft Apvl* Tour equal Manager or Dial J44J Apl'l Spring. ELECTRICAL lADIti Zenith Traiis-OceanK PmMble I A. I'hone *: %  15 • M In To-it.irtrt) *.i| D>r!lin|tutr fallen •UB.TUN .the ll*rr of Iht late MPI Noetnati Besconi %  dluale in STRATIK-l.Vnt. *l M.h. The '-" "tanda on 1S.TI0 aqiiare tret of land, and cotnpnata Cioeed (a Her. drav,in and t-iln| raO*n*. tWh*n J.c a-in.in and 4 bedroom*, and bainMm Garage ai l looma in ...,l BMclrirllv. aa* and > WMn m.i.li'.t Irapactlon an* da*, eaeept b, appointment *>ith Mr. M.M..I,I Alleer. DUI MT0 I Slreet Btldarlo*,,. n FYid*. Jth SepMaM .,i | „,io. p m VEAHUiNitl iOTCt %  li a M int. orbM Mrtam. <-r *.' Spiv SI. IK II ,1, LIVESTOCK iMin In -i. i %  We run*t. I %  htadaajHl, .Curacao* -Mill • il no la i IMO •he Small D i %  Vu.r lining hand will loll no more DTK %  We**.I .. fatha l-.hlcy. U %  . I %  I'-..',| | IV ,: MECHANICAL One III Johnaon Sea Horse Out boat id %  folar Kigine condition aa new Apply bv letter or in person to Wlamar SI Peter U t li tin MISCELLANEOl'S The undri.i, p m 9 ACKES 3 BOODM rr.RCHES o' i.iwi • former I. p-.1 of a place callec CMaf Ciarden, situs It In Saint Ui) lurrlher *vlth the mi'ai^lr uj tt^elllui \>.' Tinii %  Uina i>[—i Verandah. rttdMl Vw—Mh. Dr-wlr.4 ..ml Dinin* Ruonn. 4 IWdn~.. K *id lMntr\ Th. hajun u *irnl i-Eleclrlciu i-renl t. .At turned in. ".. Compj-vi Mirra paaa ,ii,ili an. dav aaeepl Sundav., BdtwMn the hourol > p m and S p m Tor further particular* and eondllMHia ol t-le api I COTTIX (-ATFORD Ik CO T 51 Tn HOUSES %  > TfhliA'E To an apprav Uatut. Puraiabed Houae. Uppar liai 1 Oppaatla Y-tnl and Aaualw Cluba I %  %  dan ,. | ., ...„ A UI . ,. ajMiaJi a %  ii t f IT-AT • HI-NGAI 0* Modern furr.ianad Flat and Bungalow at Cocal Sanda. Worthing. tVnn nidge Siller Unni To an appro. <-i A t pl. lo Alma Irakis-. No •. Coral Sand* 1a H j„ h v. %  t. ,RD| sNaw modern hou>e 3 bedroom* with •.!" bowl*. Loung* h.Mii el. *%  W \S IW IIEl I' t: SHIflT %  HN %  mitiiin si I'.iimcllu Str*e| : \KtJis i ,. t..-. l I II -n N U.nager of uo.il Hotel iieairea poallion in Harbadoa • Manager or A.xii.nl Wrll* Q J -Cdell. e o Bank ol Bern. *i •mta Buttonal-o jeu.-l)i-.l BUltOM lr.. Ti'.r Mdern Dreaa Shoppe. Broad Street IB 5I2i< Pim.i\OTKI:S i < . .1.1 n i-l. SltltcUl|,l \. %  < %  djaj COAT One I.id.'. Fur Cc.i m.1leiil Bargain Apply •., Trle.e Beai.lv Halon. McGregor Street tt.tVM t i HAS ST. .V %  Aultin^tlc control Oven 3 burner* I Vtta*] Phone B5? . %  -3n NOTICE 1. hereby given thai it M m e mtenli.'i ai DM Commi-l,.,,,,. ol Highway. n( th* reapetlive pariUncn ol A.itn| JoM-ph and Saint John lo M %  la introduced Into llir LegiaUturg o< U>t Ularvd a BUI aulhorl.ln* Ihem Id In I'lllS.IMI are ha-reby Charla. Vllle.. kNTtOI Ami" Alfred Bucket Nalhaniel Simmonda atUtandet Bgaltle AUn Innoa-Bt' Arthur SeelT. Jean lUrkl* Wlnilre.1 aana Sarki. foaemarM SarkH I i %  iiaiai VaWMUaLA N—B rtl li ni Irrna Fenna. Ma Pennaccrilotti ELaa Val b-.nu. Maitenrla I*i,. Car*. C-i > Aranao Michael Arenao riiiabeth Hall AriiotTleta I'hinntx Marganlj I Joeenna Blan... \: I D,..ra. I-rancea Dicker. Robert Petti '. Robin PettiiT.. Gail Petllgrew A IVilarew. Nelly Alvarei MaulhH langg, DeniHDi.lri lati ,. %  I I'fFKTtl RICO %  i i;ihbott. Alhie Uahtbourn Iila Boa II Philip Jackman. tali" V •• FiKluie HarMn OIOBNADA IWe Pilgiin. DEPAKTI-RCS in IIWIAI r< (IKtNAHA I 'rabvth DanotnMI Ben* SUaughn r 1^ Ot'AIRA Alicia Uiun Armande Laan Jag •BBMt, Mwhele Uaiiart. OonBalo l^aaart. Adolto Mehlier I.', M i ekgdL Juh* Molina. Zlbla Thorn-. H. an Thorn.. Pwdro Merbowlli rUq.. r l iff Hetirr Wultl. Vk-lo. rJMMB Orapeea. Victor Orapeia. I*edi '! F.I.A I lagart, W.K... !,.. %  ..lO 1*11.11 All< M.nheil Na Tm.auHelen Th. -il, K.+ .-i Uulfl Henry W..UI Victor Otapeta Pedro Or-;umh /^ -e. Mar< Zehr.r. I Fehner t.u TTIlNtDAD Jovce Straughn. Vivian Bamwell Uoane Bruce Balne Worr • | I %  '' Speed. J." Fteda Sla* Angel. Barnee Roaeniaii MaaaUh. Warren Bennett. Ida C.oddard 'harlr* Uoddard. Ilruce Oodoard God f. rd ••! Wilfred B'ad.^4Alfred Tl Tailor. Drmal T.e. JuleMoreau. Thelma Morawu. Mary Moraaiu. Nigel M*t m H Ibn.-Bootl me Clarke Btiberi Clarke BeK-.rd Clarke. U. ..Id Clarke Horace Clarke. Ellioii Kmr Man* Jan %  DatrM Field. rUn-.i.i Maitu-1 Annv MallUnd. Jull H rranco. Alble UgMBI %  ANTItJt'A tei.i Oaajffa '. Monica Hapley ; %  '•.,: -II 1., HN J< AN Hi, .,l,|i. MiUN | H. John lUrri* John Hurt* Jiu. ljr*>i| A.,. John Barnatari. Ta caaraMr. amu Hoyc* FYancia MiaalrH, CMhkeet paw r'rum Tar 1 •t-mi ronndaii 1 • i. tion may br I %  %  %  %  allow c o m plstd rrvir*. of Ihd I %  -i til. iiiin*! ft HuI tla's sbiUty to make wai camtI as Italy pledged for postwai i.i-i>*jnition as a full fledgr.1 %  Italian Prerriier Aletdi Di Caiperi aald n. i.i htwanted to "aboli-h C.rt A HtVI OH Ho s.u il iti bJaCk IVVIMOII ol %  an peace treaty with Iiifm nieM Miiuii's Mid I bwr'i n fai UUngi %  frnce plan fM RunMM tWNlId M DVtJn iiiKriil allfiilinn by Deftncd M ta li w n %  ( %  apecial %  Council 'iii' • %  fain in RotM Than .>Do I miUuri rvpoii bj (he full Couni il. Hut NDM Ol the MtialltT %  .plain aftiii'ist inaiii'nu.iie liaison hetwiH-n tl. ii t ..IT and Hi.lop British u niilit.ii > Kniup. —l*T. BAHBOUB LOG la CvliUc Bar •rh R... M V Pre. %  %  Wan M AKJt. S 8 GoUtto. M* ton. %  S n. NoveUat. 1448 tor. %  s i-.^. Nelaan laH loi %  49 Urn* %  Pta'AKTIKI*. aa .' M Caari -.T... PIMPLES AND BLACKHEAD'S OeMklr hflpt to ttear op % %  >... MDr* Chase's Ointmenl %  Mil 1AM I. POHDK. • Garden. Michael -' %  McKei iiraaUagj detl in my name unieea oy • wrllten order .., %  ..II. Ng MIK1F c.iiJtnt VlIU Boad, Si Michael la 9 M_n %  %  %  vina ortlii I i Thome*. ... I do i, • '"'i Ufka ram HOOK T wPRi'^ukn. GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN tUtm wrile for one lo Samuel Itnherls. f.napel Book and Tract Service, 3. Central Avenue Hantor v Intend." Ollli N I VI SOI VIMICS <.iis. Ontaa, Mv mk .\nli>\OI M HUMS •xceedlng £ii per annum, and the travelling aMowan era payable to the *aid %  •• i %  paetoe* of Hllhway* to a *um %  — rvcredln*: CIO* per annum. •..<>. n. trea a aa to Uke effect a* Irom th* le day of April, ItSl. DATFD the nth day of Sept iar,i VFARWOOD a DOYCF:. %  alii •'•ilia 51-In I "I.M" I I SHIPPING NOTICES tins rag *.), ii.muii sit ZKALAND LINK IJMITVII <* A N A UB8) s S "POBT AnrtAIDi:i* arheduled, to -all from Hobart Septei^bei 15th. I M-llH.irne Oclober 411. Sy.l Iftlh. OUdatone Octobei laih Port Aim. (Mi.,Wr BMh Briabane tviobrr fllh %  gill |ag| .it Trinidad about November il-t and Barbado* Not amber Mth III addition t.. genvcal aarfja Uul i hilled anJ hart froae.i cargo %  ia acre|>ted on lhnn|h Hillt-f a I..! Ir.neahlpment at Trinidad to Uh Guiana. Ieward and Wi. dwi.i.l ii fin tlMt I II IJsl^S WITII1 p • tjajTA dan apply I.TD i O LTD, Haibado. I..I ll.i I.I ,.| S.Ull.. Si, >.. H 111.1..,,t at a m The M V lARIBHIX The M V OArKWtttin -ill aceept CanjB -"d !• SI Lutla. (ii'ii'ilt and A.nt... %  %  %  % %  )1 W I %  •• Ill MINER "WNI'I I ASStH'lATIltS Tele No 404T Ho..k Your lirdt-rs NOW l"r . MANILLA HOPE . 1 min.J shipiiii'iii iusi M.fu.tl II:.VIH.\I IOIMIIIV LTD. ran aaao • HMMO naan Will. RMiAliTY -BARBADOS, Ltd. ^Mcoa, Siram&hip Qo 9M. 'Ilivse should Inof intrrrsl ^ lo you Nrw ion K.nv.ta I' .MER -ii. SI., A..., ...I.M II .... ll.h *.p.r....-r .Ml I uil. II*. S.I.,..I.IH.. .in... B'd.M md ... %  IURM1 si., i have them *kllI three hour. Denture Repair ISEFIL & M^KAI. THINGS AT nAONEY SAVING PRICES -i Wood. I.I IMO %  i %  %  B vNJOfl A Ml p in> IMUTTH. Can t.. pi %  CART sn i niATUt n,* uan %  er atHl LorlUtnetl ..i I llmlnv^klng HI to IM-Bay Barly WE ARE BUYERS We bui anything -TAMI-t Sdrrti (o.lr.'.. | < \Rinni \N si 3rd floor. No %  .1 ~l!l, and ..i the | My *... i, s; NOT1CK I *U II I V I I %  II III I III I I APPUC 11 ...iv.,1 bil rr.y ofllce up to 3 BO p m on Mondav lh Pactah i ii.m-h at a miUr> al •*• oo pel n.onth %  .i teal will not be returned, are required and II will nol be necnaary i lertllK-ate* ol proficiency with ihe ealMcu but appllcaril* holding each certificate, ahould Hate particular* ol them in their application* and be pre• n'Ci'iil rHlldale before appolnlmeni lo 1 I *taI WOOD OODOARD . . %  11 ... t li.ii.l Church IS D Sl-H FLY NKW ORLKANS MlMKr AUfuM art... Bdo lath Srptembet IMI CANAHIAN H1RVICI -HI -ii Injoy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful torv1m which have mad* PAA "first choice" of veloran traveler*, the world over. NEW YORK NBBM ef Ski* j s • ALCOA PEOABUS-' s s "A1.COA J1IINTBH | S S "AUTOA PltaTBIM Mat Mentrral s In.. Arrlre. B.....I September Tlh Heptrtnbev imi< S. %  October Ittb i „ •• AICOA PIIGRIM due 1 • HI l.*wreiKc Hn.i l'.,tl•** % % %  il '" 11 11 ** s '" %  HI John N H Tl.rvr v-l. have limited 1 %  • %  ROBKRT TBOM LTD. APPLV>-DA rOSTA — NEW TORE AND OVtLF HERTICE A CO.. LTD—CANADIAN -Mi\l(r I OvenS-Single & Double l|.., i In NOTICE F>t.i of 1,,. ....I L S. WILSON MIIY ST. DIAL 4069 Gums Bleed, Teeth Loose! TfWWf i:. A Smlera THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY ..I mani/M nitfn ol ii'iiduir. u coiianwd WITH GAS IN THE KITCHEN HOI'SKWIFE AMM OOKI* AUK ALWAYS CHEERrUL Ttl-DAYS NFViS FLASH AMKItlt AN* MAGAZINES CAN M>W UK OHDERED NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR ONE OR MOKE YEARS. JOHN OS'S STATIONER Y RULES POH CARPENTERS NOW OPENED BY I JOHNSON'S HARDWARE I l-lI IORII tl sl.\ lilt I NOTICE L heiebjr given thai all peraon* having any debt or claim upon or affetUng the estate ol Clifford Au.Mii. Fielda, Uta o* Harmonr Hall, Bain Michael who died in |hl. I* and on th11th day of March. IS9I are hereby required lo *end in particular* of theti claim* duly atteated lo ua Char In Carl, ton Browne. Douglea Norman Hohliuvn and Oeucge Ijwleiite Farmer c o llutihin*on 4 Banrleld. R.aicllor*. J*m Htreet BrMiMown, on or baton the Tth day %  IBM .flrr bu-h dale me %  hall proceed lo distribute the aiael. or the -aid estate among tne partle* entitled ing regard In the debt* and claim* only of which *e .hall then have had notlte and that we (hall nol he )lat>> for the a*aet( so dlstnbuted to any permit of whose debt we shall not have had notice ut the time of euch %  AND all peraona indebted to ihe .i,l Estate are requested lo settle theit ... B t:thout deuy Dated Oil. ltd day of August. IMI f'HAfll.FH fARl.TfiS IIHOWSF liollJl AS NtlHUAN ROB1H ON GF.OIK.i: lAWHIMli: FARMKH. Qualified eveculor* of will of Cilff. — i Austin Fields, dtcraacd SIM 4n AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER IIAMMKR ir. THL'llHIlAV / %  %  A :' >•.." Slop Pyorrhca and Trench Mouth in 24 Hours flU.Jine, rums tore moulfe. or looaa leelh %  -..r, n.ai ...uaraa victim of P.orrhea or onch Mt'uth. or .-ma bad dlieaae thai tils IIIIH you to lou all your %  .. %  .. w araar faaw t-ih nafnr* %  |k -iId so that no*. *cl>niis i ti t^vr out of >crv n.a peopu are auii-rs aoanar or later lu. warned In llm* .. I .top these 4l*ea>* hafor* It I* too late. . .ft.* nu— aot only the laea .i.siiam aed AQliATIC CLUB CINEMA a .\OTiti: *1 is with much regret that the Management announces that after ThurstJav, St-plrmhtrr nth t luii < in.iiiii .. ; •; KER TROTMAN A I'll Aurihincrra %  a • II In BBM > %  <><•> Mum, jt.,1,,,,,1 II,) %  iiiitt tn|i i\, in.i %  i ,,. %  He. i froan S-i. [uaa Alf PAA flights In S.uYork i .-tirpori inarfad of La Guarr'm Fd Id MIAMI [Mlj Mghll % %  MllpU ...MICIKIIII San [pim S|-,...| |8 ii Jy rtoond i > %  ! twetakm tad BOR ta m ST. CROIK ST. THOMAS %  I iim u MtiM i %  • I)|W Ctt] I %  .It (-ii till*tlllK > Von 0|| BOW "II* FAA" It. I i ROPI SOI Til AMERICA, .1 UK \ Ml \l< fl llir FAIt I \M in l.nt. iimiiili t. K afi'iinil the woild. For 22 years the leading international airline-PAA was first lo link the Americas by air, first to fly to all six continents. j ....... %  r w -o.. w PAN AMERICAN ittAtttO ///.'ii n \ A* H ,S liraat It Jahai Fh*a 141 SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SFKVICK Proa Halifax. VS. & Munlreal ItH.VCHENT HI '.'.', "POI.YNIVFH •ll'NPIIINfl Fmin U.K SKRVICK I IVIM|M"ll nnil I.I..'. ..U aa th-iotiet U.K. ,\ CONTINKNTAI. SKRVICK Aiifiils : PLANTATIONS I.IMITKI) — Phone 47li:i j; Enamel Stop Pails I Enamel Pails I PyreX Ware-a'argeassorlmenl | Aluminum Saucepans | Electric Kettles also | Hawkins' Electrical Irons with Thermostatic Heat Control. .V/////rtV//MW/,W.V,V.'.v/.v.',',v.'.'.'.y.'.','.-.'-. Now DiscovoFT Saves Toolh %  %  Akly l**e*t eleeih -—M. (l .mi -ere i -*t lour *. %  i. a-r%  (-, be CLOSED. Due to the small attend Members, for quite some Unit, the Management tuu bi'tfi rrlurtaally fi'tiril to make this decision. Owing to the lUgfl anf number of Cinemas now UUg in the Island it is not possible for tho § Club always to show Nw F.lms as formerly; and, as most of the Mem'WSra ? bei wish to see Picture iT.rSl J at their first si %  '. ,".*I' ' is not sufl ouaaa & ronage to keep the v :''V!Si" S Club's Cinema running. umosan .*r^*,ri-t ; : wjjie—i-*. BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL TKNOKKS FOR SUPPLIES SEALED TENDERS will I. n.cived at the Hospital up to 12 O'eloah noon on Wednesday. 19th September, 1951, for supplying unities In the following lint-* foi %  period of six month* from lit October, 1951: — i 1 l FRESH ItHEAD (2) ALCOHOL (3) COFFINS, and providing; HEARSE for tho burial of the dead at the Wetitburv CMtMrjf Ml PURE FRESH MII.K DvtWMO 100 and 200 pint* a day only. F ,n upplled on appUcation .f tfic OiMTil H..,pital and tennerartll I entertained txc;. .spiled by Ihe General Hospital. I ^ PtrSBM ***Mlflrto0 iK"f jnilnnif at Ihe Hr.ie of IfrideHny llttteTl from two other DflrSOHj %MOm l>. pOSMM pr.ip.Tfy. expreivinp fhrt' U-Kllnunet. to | | „, A „,,. r ,,., fg, hr / u Ifl| m *.„| 0 f Ihe 'contract. Terms of contract and anv further particulars may be obtained Ion application al UM OfXMTal i 1 14 9.S1— 3n. eo.d V/.W//,V//,V,'//AW>v (( Friday class** at the Aquatic Club will start or, September. Saturday classes on the 22nd September. Classes are-living fi.rtr.i-" fur Ijalln-.in Dai Fit Apply lo Miss Ransom. Telephone No 8555 1HF. BAIiBAIMIS SIIIOOI HI IHMIMi lilt. Ladies. Won't Wait ••eier I'hrjiif* sinIVBI itandiDjj jndn thd iiwiiinir BUtrtda M.ixiini' in the RIM Rovua, rounc beautiful, %  ogUih, ,i won HI '<•. %  %  ,-ir%' graci i U ippi %  • • M. I i K< n.i mi-. % %  *nmen V/*M na rnad A mur: '.t.'.t t :,•!.'. %  %  'i MM f i • %  • ''veiling, and MM ini.f aOCOUnMl was over. Krlln n< %  •. %  again—alive Thai very tvsmlng he was to COVtr her whlU taca and ball ind go >-ack %  I.tadquartM In tU tdai wan the way of It—that sort 'if thing lhat cmild % % %  '. in thean da>: man who chose to serve in tl.r inns! paelloUf .serviie in the world rti.-v in *ravndabu Sacral agents are utmngely inn ling charaetarV] and lo MM I death Is |U I MM "f UlOM And " MIOIBMI KaU whom we last heard of Ui Stnliler i lOWfl lO the task l* plaCsflg togethei 'in aanili .!',.' i i ii.ippened foi U lance Rockie Ht Ihlna h"t IWore he jK-,ired. rlganitl ivho out trace, or :<< %  bumped off, *iave c crventd something of vast Importance What bad UM courageous Ud UtUta l(<-ki>* ferreted out'' What WM Ihe message lhat the unfortunate |adrj Of the RIM !' meant to give him nighf Mr I' .-(gain us in this lab %  of hi* supreme gift telling HI HAVi: IT AT I III ADVOCATE STATIONERY HIMI'S NEW&9 WE HAVE 24 G. CORRUGATED GALVANISED SHEETS AT 34^ p^'t YOU'D BETTER HURRY If You Want lo be in on This f EISTH. I h iMIUHUI M (Comer ol Broad & Tudor Streets)



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Russia Has Tough Forces To Put On Western Europe Shin well Warns [ *-* %  *-,~ NA.T.O.Conference 30(m D KAGON OTTAWA, September 17. JJRITISH Defence Chief Emmanuel Shinwell: warned that Russia has a formidable force of at "least 70 divisions" arrayed against smaller Western forces in Europe. Shinwell said that the facts about the Soviet menace to world peace "are quite simple". He said the Russians, in what are supposed to be times of peace, are maintaining a fleet of 300 modern submarines as well as surface vessels, 215 divisions including many armoured divisions, and an air force of over 19,000 aircraft. Moreover their strength la not static. Their force* arc growing in power und numbers every day. And of this strength a forrrudgtsVg force — at least 70 — is deployed against Shinwell outlined the Soviet menace at a luncheon meeting of the Women's Canadian Club irnaftei Defence Ministers of Uic twelve North Atlantic treaty powers began discussion of a secret muster defence plan for western Europe The plan included un urgent request from General Dwight Eisenlmuti that the 12 powers quickly provide him with more forces. Shinwell said the Soviet forces "are growing in power and numbers every day". He said Western weakness "at the present, lies In the fact that whereas most of Russia's Is actual, ours in still farfl tial. Latent resources cannot deter or defeat aggression, they must be mobii. A Warn inn Defence Chiefs started tlkeir discussions in the presence of the Foreign .ind Finance Ministers of IWMI who had warned %  H % %  : thai the ibnol of Soviet satellite aggression in Euiope was undiminished. Soviet military power, delegates said, is on the increase. A master plan submitted by the top American, British and French military group h ssssi**stood to provide for the inclusion of Greek and Turkish forces to guard the southern Eu rOpss m flank. Action to bring the two powers into the twelve nation alliance is expected to be~lakcn during th ( resent conference. The new uropean defense plan was expelled to bo one of the most m* On I'age 1 TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise: BJO am. Stinset' 603 p.m. Moon: Full Lighting %  e.DO pjs. High Tlda: .'.31 a.m., S.27 p.m. Low Tide. 11.14 a.m. 11.47 p.m. Price Of Gold Not Discussed NEW YORK, Sept 17. The controversial question Of premium sales of gold In some above the price of $35 per ounce wa. nut allowed t<> nark the well oiled harmony at meetings of the International Rank ;;nd International Monetary Fund which adjourned here Friday. The entire subject of pre.niuin gold sales remain as previously with the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund which had already launched technical studies pursuant to the decision made on March 7, I SSI. rtM Fund has not yet published roport and recommendation' Governments of gold producing countries did not appear privately worried about the possibility :>f a "get tough" policy on the part of the Fund. They believe they would be consulted before any drastic action and that relationship between sales of newly mined gold and their genii international lialanci of payments situation would he taken nto account The attitude of neutral countrial s ee m ed to be that Fund policies should be adminisfeo: in a flexible spirit which would enable a united approach to world exchange problems rather ttsM 10 encourage reaetional rift within the Fund's membership. United State* Secretary of the John Suvdn at a press conference in the closing hours of the liank and Funu restated categorically the U S Government has no intention of paying more than $35 per ounce %  for gold whether monetary or industrial. But under subsequent QUOa* L turning he voiced no significant 'opinion about premium gold .sales In some other countilag Hi merely slated that the matter |i .under study by the Executive dl.rectortrof the Fund —I r. WEST INDIANS SHOULD REPRESENT THE W.I. Says Lennox-tioyd Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. M.P.. Chairman of the Conservative Party's Imperial Affairs Committee is a guest at Government House He is on a tour of the West Indies and arrived here on Sun day from Antigua. He has already visited Jamaica and St. WILL sfliT FIRE ON SINGAPORE A dragon 300 ft. lstudded with 7.000 blai trie lisht bulbs will invadt Singapore from the sea on Saturday (September 22 i wh. n the town is formal I v mad* a city. The wooden dragon is the gift of Singapore 1 800.000 < it will spit fire as II lands or Singapore I .,, hi I I aril] ensure that prosperity will come U Singapore, say the Chtj Trace: A OHM ptaniC was due to be held at i Sunday TtlFI %  •"I >< %  %  %  '!' Ill u.l sMrM -UK' pain "l dO*as .is peaoti publicity. But Ihe fOW •ias banned the plcrrl tuch mammoth excursion[ha Hah of forest lire. So the 8ih peace doves will b left in peace Frit Crippled by ilifailtilr •Oar-old Frenchman has driven himself from i Vienna in a wheelchair to consult an Austrian specialist, lbi plated the 800mile journey, via the Swiss and Austrian Alps, in six weeki I'ui/.lr: This year oitl> nvr Icebergs drifted south of the 4Bth Parallel, compared to .i ll50 average of 433. Possible eplanation abnormal] temperatures in the sub-Arctic. Award: 'Jock'", a three-year old bull terrier Mombasa polic dog. has been awarded the Dick* Medal (the animals' V.C.I Jock chased an African thlet him and di,l not let fo nil th police arrived, though the thief %  lashed open his (head, sid back with a short sword. This U the finrt time the Dicken Medal has been awarded in Kenya D George Crosses. Military Crosses and other decoi.. be used as "knockdown" f BOWS. A showman bought 750 of these medals for his stall, but before using them the NI w Zeafetad Retui oad Services Association had anv objection It had. The Awrote to the Mn %  %  I but found that there was no law against medals being used. Strike: Convicts in N Central Maoo, otateetliig: to the quality of the olh'e* %  lri'.ikf.i.-t. went 00 .' hoi. • Eighteen are being forcefully fi< The Prison Bosrd stot^ tth are the best available deadlock To Srr: AII'HQ'* blind goddess" — always blindfolded lik< Britain's as a sign of impartiality of justice—is now going to see. She will look at the world with I | from the top of Wash. w United States eourtWhy not blindfolo. I* lOi the .n.hitc. tIn order to look -it problems witli clem Opt %  full vision '• Man* ITrrtU\c; Judge Charles Kelly of Akio. OfttO ruled tha* Janus Johnson. t% should not be imprisoned merely because he cursed his wife. "That'* a man'" prerogative" the judge Kilts. Price OfLmd, Zinc Likely To Rise NEW YORK. Sept. IT. Metal men believe domestic ft t lead and zuwill I< raised shortly, according to Dow. .(ones & Co. pubiisheis of the flToll Street J-urs-1 %  M the purpose of the rould be to bring U.S. H more m line with world t rices in order to attract metal %  i %  If these prices are permitted tc •• sources guessed it might parallel the recent boost made by Canadian producers for metal sold to the U.S.—UJ-. JMU.W S i;U KIM. Harrhiiaii Still Willing Iran Oil To End Dispute CABINET COUNCIL of Jordan a-T* formally proclaUaed Talal as King in loccaaaiea to In. OBsrOsrad UUMI King Ahdiill-I Th people of Amman, ths .*un*l ft t-i v decorating Uis town to Tcicomr the new King on hi" i-im. from a xsnstonum in fiwiUrrland. He Will be welcomed it tha slipon by the whole Government. heador nil diplomatic IMISMOIK a neial Sir Brlin Robertiion. Bill %  to I Hiditlo Bast C in O. %  na Baan Sangster For U.K. KINGSTON*. Jca.. Sept. 14. Donald Sangster, Minister for Social Welfare, files to England tomorrow via New York and Is r.don on Monday to atC.....;-ionwealth Supply Conference of the British Caribbean Area and also to attend the Commonwealth Parliamentary ico in London M.Mr. Lcnnox-Boyd told Ihe Pre: yesterday that his party in the opposition maintained a sort of "Shadow Cabinet". He had succeeded Colonel Oliver Stank>. i former Secretary of State for th< Colonies as Chairman of the Imperial Affairs Committee. That Committee was divided Into about six or seven sub-commilee* of a geogrsphieal naturethai is. there was a sub-eommHtei lo deal with the West Indi^,, another with West Africa and JO on On the subject of aid lo th< West Indies. Mr. LennoxBoyt said that his party favoured i l*>liry of increased preferences between the West Indies. Englan and the other Empire countries His party's approach to th agricultural problems of the Weri Indies would bf> the same as that to a county in England. He subscribed to the view th West Indian Ministers should b | invited lo conferences concerning trad*, wtl'i the West Indies. He fell that! hewevar qualified a Colonial OArc ofnelal was te state the ease of the Indies. >et ministers from the West Indies IhenMelves would be better qualilird le represent their lslaa4. He sraa glad to be able to renev acquaintance with these West In dian statesmen whom he had met in England with deleu • Mr. Grant lev Adams. Hon. H A. U.S. Workers Will Back Fight Against Russia Bv JAMES < win US.IN SAN FRAI 17 riasjlfliflt Williani CafOtn "' Ihe American Isvderation "I Labour pledged at the orjenifi) r. u Convention on Monday lit. %  pot1 Ihe fight against lluiais> u %  t>i ih.M (U'fi'ated.". CJreci said in hiu apech: "I'fci*w I H'prcM'ni tin of American Labour whi 11 I alvr 01 He (oln %  ure (tk \ )" L feeli ihu war in Kore.-i and will | i Turotn ... i I %  %  I ll DeGaspori Asks End of Arms Ban OTTAWA. Sept. 17. Itnlian Premiei Al %  %  i h sssssadl •' campamii todav am ti> lift I : %  ,:. w M Id V-r II pr.K.i 'i %  '. .ii pMa Sovu Uss Uons %  %  laUon NuMh Atlanii. iTesjl ouneil m Canada'* Puxlamont lul k d to sji Todar'i progTssmme bUhleprtad i i Iha nofiir i-i.iti i rrned fan %  r I %  isrsMrOf .ii Urssj d>te -•nts laid IXGuspe wholesale icvi i.m I b 111 the hKhl i, in Blavea otlv troato iwrtneri %  o • aalhetli .viiii Hi.it-hi.il %  i %  • ly acUofi tluit De Gsupei'i l HI lonference witn Plenoh Ki.reign MliUhbRoborl Bchuman ,nd linii-h ii Seen WASHINGTON, September 17. PRESIDENTIAL Adviser Averell Harriman is still willing to attempt to mediate the Anglo Iranian oil dlsoute, informed sources said to day. Officials denied that Harriman refused in %  letter to the Iranian Premier Mohammed Mossadegh on Saturday to serve again as mediator. Get Out And Vote Next Year r rumcvi Tetli Americans M\ SoId.Yr killed In Explosion SAIGON, l< A Pleach iiiiidiiiK-ship i,i.. klllinsj t>8 broaiM aba and injuring SO. Most of the troop* t A.F I. iDdo-Ch no* ip prevented disdi-mc ,til M.. I %  %  Anoy sources said the craft hit K fWltk, in.tii* Ijid by the olnb fon i rYasv d and \'M I %  at dead and u n O n ,,f :i M h}ta sren rreoehmea <\r Pop6 \ quicken the oo nt toess u %  . % % %  %  M tii-t the OOUBiii appoint .< Bub in—ill III— t wink on alaagr co-oieraiicjii itwoon the Urtltad status, i n. i i i n aaiiHlatasfsj sjuttori Nothdrl i Minister I)nk Stikker also s4uin favoui i itarl on ini oration in sori.d lields. \>< (iii.speii. according to :i i i it w.-gainal the dernocroui tradltton I Atlantic natioasi thai IhMj %  hOUld still linvi la under; .. %  i' ..( I:.! pasM i lie urgod that it was ii matte rn t-. oil Atl.ir.'i %  hatp t.. obto i %  i thai the iaaourai i gsould I-' fullv nthei AtlanU HI that tin. %  bould etiaouiBga, [• il|an %  itdgraUon — v.r. HSU YOB* %  pn M.i.-lit Truman h n challani ' She Americans to get out an-l II. ii ., niganii .. .. >lon as U*t opening of tinJapan M paaea Ifoau cossrenaei ra iiKuteii fran uic prr|>Misi tea .. touch "ii the problem thai onrerned uttrm St;it^, L ,..tit. I veanc. Re .luded his lislenerj. with the tact that Japan nile,i fro ..|> '"i ,i century has M.'ired it .i.iMivar privlle^. with alacnty More th.m < |. •eg ,4 sBoaa oUgNrle 'i ive i in Japan i ban ho tootoad up. p.*nici •iis finger al his audience and departed from the tei t.. asqwasi erbe.i *'"' v '""' *"Ui that sanu *-iventage would <>l>tuin m '•> %  • [United Stales" The US. ha* . enreassj of she right ,A suffragn. Instead the trend baan dowswanl dstrhai Igsi gM ten The record vote was so.OOO.nou raat m the Pn Identl .1 etactl i BIXMII 00 ,%  lit of the adult ti"ilation Since Ifltll the iiiiiulio ill ,-r dropped '.it .ii1 nur*:.-ing growth In p Miuiiiioii and the pet sdsialhls veser-. —v.r. Itarbados-Januiiva Belief /'mul HEREWITH U the oltlcul opened by the Oovsrnor of that rolai all you can" strikingly p sskad to help •en of tk. k. ii-) lai" the Inp, "UiV" •eed f Uio-r wkoai yo-i ar.-ke the opportunit> of discussing vita! matters concernlog Jamaica with the Colonial Cuk* and others ^^ Secretary, the Crown A* '"t • federation h other parties, and gsM " hT lhal economic stability 'ion of the Trade commissionr>r was a necessary pce-re', set-up for *h<> West Indies, the, Federation. A inch will be made! There wore members of his later th. CJ a) On Psrr Alllt'i's Dau^lil^r lx>NDON. Sept. 16 1 Alison Elizabeth old daughter of Britatoj ilumttr. was engaged today to marry her brother's 10 Richaiu l.i No date for the seed set The Prime Minister's son Maitm, % %  eorpoi %  i-duced his oai his sister at a party last chrlst( r GIVE ALL YOU [AN A vary wolroow w donsuen taday lad U. Adva.air BBMSST Pond on t* a lyusg Start on the sar aad lag af IL dnvi |ti h"rtnrlii.it t *e* | .t g. *• am rseting on oar oar l who look si '" dajr. and roslUo wti:it for will be nrged V> -glv RIIMJHM MKS FLfim van TO rtfl-ti 1 TOK': Gcner.ii ludgwaj %  mander. returned from a surprise* visit to Korea at 9.40 tonight The] reason for his trip is r. diately known1.P. TODAY to rfther of • to the ofllcn ol tali oerspap*r. llendvrHon Approwii WASHINC/roN. Sept17 The Senate PonHgn Halaiions • %  pproved 01 he nomlnauon >t Loj Hsndtoaon 11 %rrsbasjHdot in it.01 but deIded to hold -ui.-ioiuiiiiM. IQpl l'l\ tile liooilll.ltloli 1 TiiiiuJti III I I I I 11. I I > I ll .11 .mn Bowfc anMi to ha r\jnbe*sjadw IIHII.I TIM SenahI iMpagtad niiiini Hendoraon's rx rornptt) Tintub eomrnlttaa srtl n imad in a few du> "'. IVtwIes' noiinnatioii Trw(..ntn.it. lee also raeomrsssBssed St va| of K.110I.I Mtnoi t. 1 10 1^* inon P.P. King May Ibtdergc 0|M*rali use them I Al Sav1 ,/.-! % %  aad PI \ %  1 wan '.!'! %  r ; %  guided missile sisaas a "i" its "fantastic new weapons'' 1 P Delicate Problem Faces N.A.T.O. NKW Y< The Time* . 1 of thNorm 7 for re-arnuiig W. %  f PruasLn Uaera militarism or Hanan at probh' re-arming Germany h*ild not be held down inIt is because th( % %  definitely, and this being the case, aversion among Gernw: -nuch better on our that againt us—o r as %  doormat becauw Democracy h" 1 for Red hordes" und Communism been kaet ••That in brief ra the anrun If-aMp which 1 strange s %  i (onvenience i* %  The PTI .re not going to nvwi r .; Jilt or the foul deeds of %  the impossible d< — V.r. Harriman wh. trh d fully to setri last iivnith ssag under*' IIIVI icjectr*! MoSsssOr| that lie %  %  ultimatum t thf I egolin• ' %  Men of tarniA ui'.lei srhll .igain w.Hil.i a* \. IIIIII to meet with the British. Depuls. i n Fatemi said Iran woui<< %  Itllll itUOl .1.11. %  1 %  101 w I it Porelgji Offtce . .niduiii giving lini-.ui to sraoha ihe 300 Britons in MueUad %  %  uerstood ..uikt an* ueli tiMii limil Ihu iituii had .!. lined to rel ultimatum K.ilwmi told new-ei. that if II 11 Hoi 1 tmai fusing lo .!• t 1 in).'i 11 1. trail uld Matd 'inu '.. !.iiiii..ii Police headquarters ..ut a| l %  i.degh's • He said the n "i WM I'U' out "tiy interested parties" I decided to w.rssstraw sa seiina 1 Ibih n.iik MI Iran %  •.> thai rorth oni> the National B .1 the n.ink ut Kimhinirs wUssdrawal "' d Itotn Iran ih ( >ut. i'i. 1 K it. n i m the %  Qk a Chlol mi'iii the late PrembM Ram u .-irresleil 011 MonOB) In ( with Iha plot by Ran roghne b 1 rmup d>ut ihortli bal n %  iton nf Rssaassara 1 p The "ADVOCATE" part for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night MALAY ORGAiWSATiOft THREATENS TO 1)1 MUL Tilt: COMMUNITY II.NlM I' TinManchester ( %  mirdiim WsUnod In an odl Uiiit ihe UrnUil MoJayg National Organitatlon ltd b; Dai Onn iiiM';iN>iis in divide the Malay community and hamper Malay's constitutional dewlopmaril For Bail %  m< 'ii.ill> to ti ; lie CblOl Heed Is genuine FOIIUnU* nal unity such as the I l Bui what will !%  tin < it .1 .irid e. 'iiiiiiine pol Omra p,irl>''" II said if thin plit the Malays totally." If ih< slalaj aomi i can be no smooth conlitution..! development. If I' to 0— 1 partv ca •ow.-i H win have M Rnhhet rsrloea depend t' 111 i i p "bnpy^Geb A IliWe NEW RNUC, Sept 17. Mayor Vin.eni lM,p.-llittrri oil Midoy received a bre Bible ••* %  ifi from i. Bl rag I %  md the poopte of Israel The pre%  entatton was n | i, leJOokd toto, Chatrnatj of th*Executive Commtttoo %  if the State of I ; %  •half of the i .. i p MAI.AKKV. TIIKVSAV OfNassSMff Nw York lleraM TrilHinr on the thesry by Mi Attlee %  %  par, 195


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PACK TWO BARBADOS Al)VO< ATI 11 I -l>\. s| I'll Mill R gahib £aUinq L ADTHUTSON England on Saturday n \ la after an absence of six month*. She was acornpanted by Iftai Philltpa Hutaon. daunhwr of Hon'blc F I i Mr*. Hut5ot. Vlfw". OONnUMUt Hill : .-son who is a nun* at Si. Thorn-is Hoapi f l. : at. '"'" waelcn' holiday wjhirh ah, Ins with her pal I_i,U K ,. %  ;• EtarsMkdN in March bv boat to England I I Durban. South A^ bo* could not get aHOtbai her back to England. She had '<• fly from Durban t< %  tub i where vho ipani Iwo I thei: contlnurd her JourBj to London via Lisbon, v i I, ahe wni very sick nnd had bo apand %  tn a London Hospital Whet xhe enme ovtr to itarhadn* she wi* only out of hospital BfjiKUna aboiil tour months' holiday in i Mr. F S. Otton, City Druggist, reAftcr Three Month* M RS. E C YARD of House. St. George, returned mcrt by the Galftta v.'.crday morning after 'hree months' holiday BO England Wedding O N SATURDAY afterm-m Bl St Caorge's Rom .n Lynda Jackson, daughter of Mrs. Irma Jackson and the ARTIE SHAW, HIS WIVES* AND HIS LIFE-WORK It1VI rliiliK tiling, too. I like ta %  In Indon recentW.ll there it is," said Artie Artie Shaw other man %  Paddington he stepped— Sha*. "If a man has a crazy part is his MO "in ll BOUgh looking guyVveryonallgurc* he'll be rraxy all milos from New Torfc. I tallish. darkish, and rather tils life. agricultural course to le;. 41-years-old. ndJ "But if you naally want to to handle my 120 b *• v I managed to marry "Unfortunately there is no set •gj'X gl.imour girls upposr wo formula for marriage. M just one question frh.tn ( :-the subje t Let's talk wanted to nk "How's it done? Joboul someUiinj else and see if Perhaps; the answer to n vou can find out. r ...HI becoming a musical "Whut -ill It be—aomnambumarriage*, six divorce*. > ^aV fl SsJSi ,ckson. was married to Mr.^i M( answered "Well, it's IUO the dasopuUimho ("Hutch") Cum.i ,ui formula: stick Wound uon li.-nd in the world today!" retirements Of .1 -I lUbaflm Md POTt-or,,-niuses for ,i while and soon you No We settled for Mr. Shaw mi't r t~ I kntrn KM i %  MI hut .4oTrinidad Solicitor R ETURNING to Trim.; i-vcning on the OalDto Mr Mau On Holida> A HIUVINC; on tbS Canadian CrafcMr la^t week from Domi Mr. Joseph Nassief. %  •' I the firm of E Nassief A Co.. and I he has )u.-: Artie Show presentation; — mL m h **' wr l0 .. ate this book to all such \,, i n afraid you didnt. „ is called "The trouble wiln malcontents* and villain* and I fuppoae you're inquiring about < mnert ll.i ,.IKI the four blackmaladjustments as Bat) Well I iwess the bound volumes of manuscript aj Galileo. DoM. inf applies—study a man mutv important items in the Baudelaire and those countless 1 ,s grlvsa and row ">l*'ulc Kmu of Swim s luw^c (l ||., ts W h„ have In Ihnr own timi%  oon K-t Ihe hug of ,h n ,hc lnrt clarinet* he refer* (in CMrth offered bitter anguisi. to as his children. lonehneaa ai I punted out that no man before What's the book about? "If 1 rr ,.ateri for themselves and th-; tad L-na Turner, didn't want to sound pratanM 1( a meaningful Ufa A .. i. % %  • %  < and Kathleen-I'd say it was a piece of personal wlt h their endless labour ... wirisui '... pick ;. sample trio philo lli-xtet. turned home yesterday the ss G-sltiU. While in the U.K.. h 0 visited his daughter. Cynthia who I* dome nursing at km Hospital. by which called here from Engla was Mr. P. Stone. ., SolacHol oi the firm of Fit* William. BtOW and All.i/.i Hr had months' holiday in the I'K : merchant of First Time Business and Pleasure M I'S C A SAVKK. Brig* of tlu Mb Ington CotIciic raturnad lo Bai i M R H BAGE"OLTON %  i:rAntigua. They are hare for a anon holiday and are staying at the Hotel Royal. Also staying st the Hut-1 Hu\ I .,ir Mi Oeorff Nassief. brother bl Mr. Jnsepl: N ICM In b) LI ovai Uaa asiak-and fna loupe and Mr. and Mi J> .n. S „, slsoof Ouadatoajpe arho arrived by H.W.I A on Bundaj with \ht u children B.B.C. KA-DIU IMUK.RAMME "Whasj I was IS I wanted to be For this is the story ol how .. writer. Somehow I got caugni i have at last arrived U sn nri lip in the old pSoe of making .. dim %  %  %  what such men lot of money. I was probably more as tfeasso luv. had U undergo and rticulate on a clarliiel. anyway overcome in their own sunifgses "Now I've given that up. 1 lo become not only men—but '..till play of course. Believe it or not. 1 have tru—L.E-S'. "I TON ii. i_.... _.. ... England on [h """"' '*>'. ~2 y terday morning on the GsJfiu on Potnt^.l • %  c his way back in BriUah Guiana. IM — : II M gasarl IMS land. ..f • t to Barb m 'pend a holiday i the first tune %  To Join Parents AA*< DAVID Ma* I'll All. who has ITI ,nst rinlshed his education at In England ar%  lay. tnorntng by the Mr. Ollun is Manager of the r< ta dapartmant of Messrs. Book%  .' %  ifjt Nine Monthr' Course) M" M SILV|RT< >N of i .. jraj Department <:o)hio to ,oin his parents Mr. (he Gold Coast, has now gone MarPhiiil *>f Barclays Hank ti„. Imperial CoUtfO of lYopI A.; i. and Mr Garden^ of Mai Eng;ineering Adviser, CD. & W. It G. MONTGOMERY 0ORUON. Engineering Adviser to : mani and Welfare %  ...Mi ',-.:.....! I .,. I . i Lawrence Gap. are now back in i, tho island after spending fotll I months* holidiiy in the U K They 4 M p m rt.. Nawa. m t> m. InUrR Itrt' Kevu* OrrhrtU*. SI i lm.|-*i. ol h Wr*k. r, )5 u in New R.iurtU. 8 00 p in. Music | |S |> rn Uriah M*itn.. .. 43 p u l*ri. MI. !•.• %  ,• |-.iide. IS m %  <, I M 1 00 ( For Indefinite Stay M RSJCLYDS WAUOTT arboaa husband is now on his way lo Australia with maml I l . %  morning by tinGolflla %  11J v nsr an Indefinite period. Sh 0 told Carib 'oat vlie had an enjoyable trip and like living in Fnglanrtall to the climate to wlm I She had Munugvr Booker Bros. V*i: C H CAMPBELL, Manugur Agriculture in Trinidad to take a nine months' course in Cocoa. He was Intransit from Knglnnd on the Gollilo yesterday. arrived yesterday morning on the Methodift Ministers and Mrs. N. Thomas, I(> n | ii. p in N- Krndrivnw 1.4J ling • l ar apsa n a 00 |iir. HuflMi Nawsrwl. %  11 -f-lih. %  41 .dr. %  St p m.. from th %  '0 p m rrotn lh* Prom. i -d* CoftriXm. lUpm Report fro" BriUIn 10 00 p pi T>* SP-i. 10 H ir. p m ThtSdu. PMtival isti. 10 p m rr.i C I 1 I ,><;IIAMMI R EV %  K. W. Herd..m and Rev. .1 Parians airtvad from Kngiand on JACKSON. ArehlOf OaUHa yastarday nwrnini in Yorkshire. EngUnd, '"" '" ""' •"s1 '"> *• ,( %1 i Qm U.K. Architect und Mr. Jacksoii. Oastta ..sterday morning for %  hdiiy. They i M art h vn.it Trinidad ud than return t.> Barbados for a further stay before going back home. Mis. Jaksoii at. -,,* %  Hotel TUESDAY, -.ppt 10 us p tn 10 a* p i M SS P '.. 10 as P m ... v Drug Medico For St. Vincent Lady Nelson. All asathodlal lllnia. .nig to tafca up appointments in the various islands m the West Indies. Rev Thomas will instationed at St. Kitts. Rev. Derbam St Antigua %  nd Rev. Perkins at St. Martin After Five Week. R HIl RNING to the week-end hv ttM Canadian ( rul-er from S. Lucil SVai M Oaotg* Humphrey of Bush Hall she WM sxconapa n iad i>y run daughter Ina and grandson Trevoi nl They had spent live weeks' holiday m Castries. %  IIOSSttOHIt afaasis Boi Storfs in Brllil In|>H K P SWISTKHSKi. transit from DlgAand OR the GolllU -*-/ wife nnd little daughli-t ling ChirWina, were irrivab rron three months' holiday In the I'K Kngiand yesterday morning on th> Fie was accompanied \,. hi |f< (•ollilo intransit for St and three enllovan, where thev will rtaldf Intransit , H n Barbados Yjlt r C MKNNIK Of Si inland, tor a few .layStaying Bl In. y*|| K MISSIONARY MEKtlNCi y* passed through i.. i e rasterMaria* Botol I a t Sharon Moravian Church day on tlie GoUlo from England rr. Swistcrski v.ho graduated in lakes place at 7 .til tn-mghl when on his way to firm->i Guiana Poland, amrlMd In various hospHthe ehali will i-e taken bv Mi where ha Will taM up an appointits ui E^rndnn for live years before A DeL [nniH Included in the mem AS engineer wi'h B'H>ker* h was sent out to lh* \v. | [ndisn speakers ( the evening will be •uWrl bj iba Colonial OAeo. n\ Bernard Crosby. Missionary Meeting BY THE WAY liy lleachcomber w ,llI F :l %  '' ,,, i! IVho wis not playing. Nor was ba SJMUM appear it all Howav iit I6.389.7W breakfast she playing when a young man Magda von biekenlng i the blaaa from her boudo %  %  %  ... ; mlnfl. Iftfc V\ evsrl'n i-orenl. |AI ' sir rxpr *estl*r. f4 !•<> t**tt! babies (adi*!.), I shall be high whispered against the walL in tht above the World, among'In '.. : St Raul's. "I love pean rock? and the great waterDoris." and Ihe replv falls. from a small boy. "Mot. But it Was my duty before setyou'" ting out to Rather together the i of -The HidWfODM H v Kuuml dan Rninoceroa," and tn bring it to n triumphal.• This Nl) now UM ms einul.it. -i. • L^! C ^ P, !h fh 1 nd m> fa ." UrC nl,n 'naK"""* who was being musl he attributed to the ou rag.*,.,„ ofl .n Southampton by a Inoae and Mi insatiabTe „,.., „, 1( ,. niK and sdn^ureri As curiosity. Ph. following t,r .,,. lilM ,„. „„.., to t'lnk of something suitable to say. Then inspii'.t. he shouted down to them, Hong voygrge, I'rodnose: Win. I ask %  gain, * dialogue thr huid.n do.v. arhart %  Hssstoworth was reading aloud to her |>,is>a.-, BlXtj Xr u at the Wleket". Noting her restlessness, he said, Thinking of sausages still'.'" "One particular sausage/ 1 replied Ihe snenantreas, "Oresdy girl!" taunted the hasottad atnloto "1 i .n t v.nit to eai it," repostc*! the soon, 'i believe you colleri sausages." said Ihe crlckl I b />//. / nay, Iwtk hi-rf! is hidden, hat it has tar T IK ro w about the banning ol dogs trooa food shop* ti highly diverting. Not long ago 0MBONE wnobas gu l walked Into .. butehei 1 I am the only 1 picked himself a nice lui". Flaet-Straat who n f oieat, To ^ man who stood %  |th the doairway watching, the buti h iline "Musn Aid ' i h outod, "Is that your do "He was." said the man. "but m It .. licep i kw\-~ himself now." .( it imad. %  ra'on the M it. wa could well have done piano, to hold down mo ithotsi it lhare Is %  wind blowing.* 1 if thete Myself: W. >,a %  dona without %  no wind blowing, stretch a I the top "f Ihe piano ,i bang ou< I do Hidden Rhinoc My sell B 0 Miccessfully hidden IO! been seen at all dsksaet wt II not uM.i. Myself: I'rodnusr: I mean that if it | %  sfullv hidden that Prod no**: Then the title iv i raningle] %  Mvseifi Completely. A mere %  tunl to altract 11 Prndiwoe: What .. u. -^T ... %  fill idmission' 1'ijy pioceed. Mvwlf: t)h no You have restered this story \a death I leave the ret to you I gm f..i • In fMggJM_WKAIflN'i; .. si planatloa lh. IIIIIIIVII Rhii.tni'tti* (XIV} L ITT1.K did 1 tlmik. wh dlsgracefu] of the SU<*I -aitii i f a Kit..in man, i thuui of what %  -t I'.uh %  9 mabodj n as talking ab* TaUeyrai What gpaet?* 1 said Deeie*. everyone who buys him' l.fneinz mi Avi-iiw R KMAHKINti that wi plough a straight rXUTOW Drill wood-D. hen he sat %  the Hilda that BkthrB JU I '.laKselienp. r.vhn Ihe Ir..,11 !in-.ji|i •,••>. had not W HEN I Slug L'Adlta da I':" 1 > %  '' t %  • we w'ant to reach Pi Chasseur in some high val!U l l nre mc 1 '"' ll lv Tl "' politician proi.ihlv Jiad ir Jl be a pleasant surprise "' the sailing plough l;i i not bv I'rorlnose. "-'''bed the I lames, h emw.'i.le. WM triad Bl Ottars St II but by Echo For Kei I year. Owing to the wind, n rib the shrill, earning voke of Prodeway, the SuaWan agltol I I laug) rerj straight furrow nose. but. |lk %  |oll) little syco" ** %  bawlng his bul furthai experiments made I phant tcpeaM softl') what UHI Kal/m. an Arab imphlbiou to thai whan say or sing, without except la %  | SM M i-e. Ii fael no decani pafton wauld lowered Its sails, and was drlvei gross word in a l-a-. nuon in-, name, and si bj sn outboard motor I t inlra voaas fell I %  tone Into '"* puiys ni part in this story I Sidmou* t a bottoriil" %  a loss lo understand why hind it. Cream & Grey Gaberdine 54 Tropicals Grey Flannel 56 Mens All Wool Worsted Trousers Khaki Shirting 27" Khaki Drill 27 Blue Chambray 36 Domestic 29' „ S3.33 $3,67 7.41 $3.47 6.19 $17.85 $1.08 $1.69 ...86c. __47c. T. II. EVANS A Will II II 1 IIS niAI. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 _< Liuvrs. IBI ...^.. ti .in i gen ,. uaa u*u . cuptu upreil t""*y i" i.-Brss. %  !?:. .•„','. -.... A -it* U> net simr* T (I • Uia ro Wrni HI fht I %  '* *1 K. .no.i ui mi, (> SOL' THINS ijinuun t. Oan Ii s...i M. Idiot; 1* *.nl.-i. is, saaiti is. 't. is. Hunpw. *i v<.k, n. II..*-. st, v—. u, mi*; ii %  ran i. i. BMI a. Aom.h. ^ 4. Academy; . Uln. Sanl %  I I rwtb; 2i. UNSPECTACULAR OPENING FRIDAY 21st Mt, 1.41 A M4 p."'ui.ll.iu.iu lull. S 8.30 p.l %  IIUKN MATC -WMBN axi.v mi-: #•;># I LL IMf" ^(P&fact '/ CALLS FOR A GOOD ROOF WE OFFER: CORRUGATED EVERITE SHEETS 5'. 6'. T W X 2' 6" HL'BBEROID KOOTINCi 34X 3' CORRUGATED GALVANIZED SHEETS C V, U'. '. 10' X 2' and a special offer of Corrugated Galvanized Shells 6' x 3' i I* I II i Lut Two Sh.ms TODAY Ml tad Ml Cmwmtmud Lau/fh nil w r SUmm .!•*• .IQI'ATII' I 1.1 II I I.MOIA (M.mbei> Only] TOMf;HT T.I Till RSI>\V N'K;IIT al B.JO MAnNEBl TOMORKOW al S p.m. HoLEHT MTTCBUM FAITH DOMEROUI CLAUDE RAIM8 in "HIIERl: DANOII LIVESAn HKO Radio PKtun PI AZA BT0 N i %  %  _/ ' o, AL men MI.IIAY • Si 'JVSET HOI I.I:\ : i nit R Hl i It,.,,, I 4 IH I N U.WIiCH rt.iutS rn>d> Jovit A Don h.iir.i: | UNION I*A4>I4A(.* Color M i HAVWAI1D i. \ i t : I T TIIK GARHKN — ST. JAMES V>VVVV >'*V>1 0m I. O H I Today S si •TIIK KRIKi |i ni I..til show nit nl iftll IIAKII \VIIM \KK> Tomornm and llmr day 4.45 and B.1I p.m. 'TIIK nil KIUKKS .Hill. MKRAI — AKI.IM DAIII .111,1 "SITTING I'KKTTV" (CUfsssl KHH A M.iun-.n O'H.V KKIIlAY — THI. OBBAT Missol Rl tAJD" TIIK STORV OV KRANK AMI JOSI JAM I li-.HiH-d ..iiii ii. f |'..ni.iiis Vuuiierr Krtli4-r^ .IWKTTA itllK.SS SHOP LOWKK BBOAD nun lallar ,than dincsid.l Offleiil 'Chmplwsh.i'* Fi|M filiw! 'tw >.. %  .. wo..BiorKnam*^ Ako: THE ACTION EEATIRI DRESSES 1 KvrnfiiE. f'(M-hliiil. .AIIi'i-niHti) A IV.wh — ltrjd-m.idr anrl Mjdr-t.i -urdrr. HOOK TO-OW FOR TIIK LAUGH SHOW OF TIIK SI ASON "SEE HOW THEY RUN" A HILARIOUS COMEDY THE FUNNIF.ST EVER STAGED BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB ALL SEATS RESERVED OlllamlH & Bxrs $1.50: Cirele SI.20: BOM* J2c. Balcony 4Hc. WKIINKSIIAY—THL'KSn.W—FRIDAY nl Oil p m. MATINKK: FRIDAY al a I'M. BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY. From 8 a.m. lo 12 noon anil I.IIII p.m. lo IM p.m. ROYAL LAST TWO SHOWS TO-li.AV 4.30 AH. 15 Doubla . :M,.rk GAIM.F. M.i'i.. LO* no vi LAST TWO SHOWS TO-PAY 4.30 A 8.1S Columbia Big Double iilW* LARAINE DAY ROBERT RYAN JOHN AGAR IH0M4S tOUC IAKIS t|ll[l • LINGERIE — HANDBAGS — BEACHWEAR ; in: Piui-Aicsii Clirrk thi> List of Kss.Miti.il lli-nis for Your Honu'. w Galvonisrd Buckets • C.al\anise(t Wash Tubs • Coal Pots • Box Iron* • Sad Irons • (iiut.rns • Knamel Pails ilh Covers Send 'iiur OrHtn t>> ''" lrowm\on\ laFBfi witkoui thai 1'atknm ProkUm Iwtm MMm HUH V MM N no i ana • K-M >• iwr i\>om itTM fah cirat btm m •* %  *• %  ast IM AZA IIK1IM.I ln\\\ DIAL 2310 Trlrprmnr ISM THE BJKBMABHM IO-OPEIIATIVI-: tOTTOX I'AI'TOIIV I.TII. MANHATTAN MELODRAMA' AND YKLI.OW SKY with Iregoo PKK Richard WINDMAI1K \. I l\. IDA1 A IHl HDAf 4.30 & 8.15 Mark CABLE — Spentvr TRACY •BOOMTOWN un JEWELS OF BRANDERBURG" • |Miin K .Y.day 21.1 "A YANK IN KOREA" and TVr.MV ISLANUJOHNNY jWEISSMULLER JUNGLE JIM PYGMY .ISLAND oi > >irn LAST tWO SII.UVS TO-IIAV till HIS Blnhtag Double . DON MCABDO RKTl RNS AND TIIK CORS1CAN BROTHKRS" %  IX.uglas FAIRBANKS. Jr 1 The On-tru'-Spot Stor>of the Guys in the llotres9 A YANK IN KORKA ITS with William Hill" I'HILLIrs HMiM -I.W A till i:-H\l 4J K Ml IXiuble OR •• T—MEN wi> %  C OBRA STRIKES" WBDNB8DAV ft THL'KSDAI 4.10 A 8.15 Columbia Double . BAXTER in STATE PENITENTIARY AND Gene ACT!:' INDIAN TERRITORY I. a Aclloo a. .ou like II.


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Russia Has Tough
Forces To Put On
Western Europe
Shin well Warns [*-* *-,~
NA.T.O.Conference 30(m-DKAGON
OTTAWA, September 17.
JJRITISH Defence Chief Emmanuel Shinwell:
warned that Russia has a formidable force of
at "least 70 divisions" arrayed against smaller
Western forces in Europe. Shinwell said that the
facts about the Soviet menace to world peace "are
quite simple". He said the Russians, in what are
supposed to be times of peace, are maintaining a
fleet of 300 modern submarines as well as surface
vessels, 215 divisions including many armoured
divisions, and an air force of over 19,000 aircraft.
Moreover their strength la not
static. Their force* arc growing
in power und numbers every day.
And of this strength a forrrud-
gtsVg force at least 70
is deployed against
Shinwell outlined the Soviet
menace at a luncheon meeting of
the Women's Canadian Club irn-
aftei Defence Minis-
ters of Uic twelve North Atlantic
treaty powers began discussion
of a secret muster defence plan
for western Europe
The plan included un urgent
request from General Dwight
Eisenlmuti that the 12 powers
quickly provide him with more
forces.
Shinwell said the Soviet
forces "are growing in power
and numbers every day".
He said Western weakness "at
the present, lies In the fact that
whereas most of Russia's Is
actual, ours in still farfl
tial. Latent resources cannot
deter or defeat aggression, they
must be mobii.
A Warn inn
Defence Chiefs started tlkeir
discussions in the presence of the
Foreign .ind Finance Ministers of
iwmi who had warned
h .: thai the ibnol
of Soviet satellite aggression in
Euiope was undiminished.
Soviet military power, dele-
gates said, is on the increase. A
master plan submitted by the
top American, British and
French military group h ssssi**-
stood to provide for the inclus-
ion of Greek and Turkish forces
to guard the southern EurOpssm
flank.
Action to bring the two powers
into the twelve nation alliance is
expected to be~lakcn during th
(resent conference. The new
uropean defense plan was ex-
pelled to bo one of the most m-
* On I'age 1
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Sunrise: BJO am.
Stinset' 603 p.m.
Moon: Full
Lighting e.DO pjs.
High Tlda: .'.31 a.m., S.27 p.m.
Low Tide. 11.14 a.m. 11.47 p.m.
Price Of Gold
Not Discussed
NEW YORK, Sept 17.
The controversial question Of
premium sales of gold In some
above the price of $35
per ounce wa. nut allowed t<>
nark the well oiled harmony at
meetings of the International
Rank ;;nd International Mone-
tary Fund which adjourned here
Friday.
The entire subject of pre.niuin
gold sales remain as previously
with the Executive Board of the
International Monetary Fund
which had already launched tech-
nical studies pursuant to the de-
cision made on March 7, I SSI.
rtM Fund has not yet published
roport and recommendation'
Governments of gold producing
countries did not appear private-
ly worried about the possibility
:>f a "get tough" policy on the
part of the Fund. They believe
they would be consulted before
any drastic action and that
relationship between sales of
newly mined gold and their gen-
ii international lialanci of pay-
ments situation would he taken
nto account
The attitude of neutral coun-
trial seemed to be that Fund
policies should be adminisfeo:
in a flexible spirit which would
enable a united approach to
world exchange problems rather
ttsM 10 encourage reaetional rift
within the Fund's membership.
United State* Secretary of the
John Suvdn at a press
conference in the closing hours
of the liank and Funu
restated categorically the U S
Government has no intention of
paying more than $35 per ounce
for gold whether monetary or in-
dustrial.
But under subsequent QUOa*
l turning he voiced no significant
'opinion about premium gold
.sales In some other countilag Hi
merely slated that the matter |i
.under study by the Executive dl-
.rectortrof the Fund
I r.
WEST INDIANS SHOULD
REPRESENT THE W.I.
Says Lennox-tioyd
Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. M.P.. Chairman of the Conservative
Party's Imperial Affairs Committee is a guest at Govern-
ment House
He is on a tour of the West Indies and arrived here on Sun
day from Antigua. He has already visited Jamaica and St.
WILL sfliT FIRE
ON SINGAPORE
A dragon 300 ft. l-
studded with 7.000 blai
trie lisht bulbs will invadt
Singapore from the sea on Sat-
urday (September 22 i
wh. n the town is formal I v mad*
a city.
The wooden dragon is the gift
of Singapore1* 800.000 <
it will spit fire as II lands or
Singapore I .,, hi I I aril] en-
sure that prosperity will come U
Singapore, say the Chtj
Trace: A OHM
ptaniC was due to be held at
i Sunday TtlFI
"I ><'' '!' Ill u.l '
sMrM -UK' pain "l dO*as .is peaoti
publicity. But Ihe fOW
ias banned the plcrrl
tuch mammoth excursion-
[ha Hah of forest lire. So the 8ih
peace doves will b left in peace
Frit Crippled by ilifailtilr
Oar-old French-
man has driven himself from
i Vienna in a
wheelchair to consult an Austrian
specialist, lb- i plated the 800-
mile journey, via the Swiss and
Austrian Alps, in six weeki
I'ui/.lr: This year oitl> nvr
Icebergs drifted south of the 4Bth
Parallel, compared to .i ll50
average of 433. Possible e-
planation abnormal]
temperatures in the sub-Arctic.
Award: 'Jock'", a three-year
old bull terrier Mombasa polic
dog. has been awarded the Dick*
Medal (the animals' V.C.I Jock
chased an African thlet
him and di,l not let fo nil th
police arrived, though the thief
lashed open his (head, sid
back with a short sword. This U
the finrt time the Dicken Medal
has been awarded in Kenya
D George Crosses. Military
Crosses and other decoi..
be used as "knockdown"
f BOWS. A showman bought
750 of these medals for his stall,
but before using them
the NI w Zeafetad Retui oad
Services Association had anv ob-
jection It had. The A-
wrote to the Mn * I
but found that there was no law
against medals being used.
Strike: Convicts in N
Central Maoo, otateetliig: to the
quality of the olh'e*
lri'.ikf.i.-t. went 00 .' hoi.
Eighteen are being forcefully fi<
The Prison Bosrd stot^ tth
are the best available
deadlock
To Srr: Aii'Hq'* blind god-
dess" always blindfolded lik<
Britain's as a sign of impartiality
of justiceis now going to see.
She will look at the world with
I | from the top of Wash-
. w United States eourt-
Why not blindfolo. I* lOi
the .n.hitc. t- In order to look
-it problems witli clem Opt "
full vision '
Man* ITrrtU\c;
Judge Charles Kelly of Akio. OfttO
ruled tha* Janus Johnson. t%
should not be imprisoned merely
because he cursed his wife. "That'*
a man'" prerogative" the judge
Kilts.
Price OfLmd, Zinc
Likely To Rise
NEW YORK. Sept. IT.
Metal men believe domestic
ft t lead and zu- will I<
raised shortly, according to Dow.
.(ones & Co. pubiisheis of the
flToll Street J-urs-1
M the purpose of the
rould be to bring U.S.
H more m line with world
trices in order to attract metal
i
If these prices are permitted tc
sources guessed it might
parallel the recent boost made by
Canadian producers for metal sold
to the U.S.UJ-.
JMU.W S i;U KIM.
Harrhiiaii Still
Willing
Iran Oil
To End
Dispute
CABINET COUNCIL of Jordan a-T* formally proclaUaed
Talal as King in loccaaaiea to In. OBsrOsrad UUmi King Ahdiill-I
Th people of Amman, ths .*un*l ft t-i v decorating Uis town to
Tcicomr the new King on hi" i-im. from a xsnstonum in fiwiUrr-
land. He Will be welcomed it tha slipon by the whole Government.
head- or nil diplomatic imIsmoik a neial Sir Brlin Robertiion. Bill
to
I Hiditlo Bast C in O.
na
Baan
Sangster For U.K.
KINGSTON*. Jca.. Sept. 14.
Donald Sangster, Minister for
Social Welfare, files to England
tomorrow via New York and Is
r.don on Monday to at-
C.....;-ionwealth Supply
Conference of the British Carib-
bean Area and also to attend
the Commonwealth Parliamentary
ico in London
M.-
Mr. Lcnnox-Boyd told Ihe Pre:
yesterday that his party in the
opposition maintained a sort of
"Shadow Cabinet". He had suc-
ceeded Colonel Oliver Stank>. i
former Secretary of State for th<
Colonies as Chairman of the Im-
perial Affairs Committee.
That Committee was divided
Into about six or seven sub-com-
milee* of a geogrsphieal nature-
thai is. there was a sub-eommHtei
lo deal with the West Indi^,, an-
other with West Africa and jo on
On the subject of aid lo th<
West Indies. Mr. Lennox- Boyt
said that his party favoured i
l*>liry of increased preferences be-
tween the West Indies. Englan
and the other Empire countries
His party's approach to th
agricultural problems of the Weri
Indies would bf> the same as that
to a county in England.
He subscribed to the view th
West Indian Ministers should b
| invited lo conferences concerning
trad*, wtl'i the West Indies.
He fell that! hewevar qualified
a Colonial OArc ofnelal was te
state the ease of the
Indies. >et ministers from the
West Indies IhenMelves would
be better qualilird le represent
their lslaa4.
He sraa glad to be able to renev
acquaintance with these West In
dian statesmen whom he had met
in England with deleu
Mr. Grant lev Adams. Hon. H A.
U.S. Workers Will Back
Fight Against Russia
Bv JAMES < win US.IN
SAN FRAI 17
riasjlfliflt Williani CafOtn "' Ihe American Isvderation "I
Labour pledged at the orjenifi) r. u '
Convention on Monday lit.'
pot1 Ihe fight against lluiais> u t>i ih.M
(U'fi'ated.".
CJreci said in hiu apech: "I'fci*w I H'prcM'ni tin
of American Labour whi 11 I
alvr 01 -
----------------- He (oln .
'
ure (tk \ )" L feeli ihu
war in Kore.-i and will |
i
Turotn
... i
! I I
ll
DeGaspori
Asks End of
Arms Ban
OTTAWA. Sept. 17.
Itnlian Premiei Al i h
sssssadl ' campamii todav
am ti> lift
I : ,:. w m Id
V-r II pr.K.i 'i '. .ii pMa Sovu
Uss Uons


laUon NuMh Atlanii. iTesjl
ouneil m Canada'* Puxlamont
lulkdtosji Todar'i progTssmme
bUhleprtad i .
i Iha nofiir i-i.iti i
rrned fan r I isrsMrOf .ii
Urssj d>te
-nts laid IX- Guspe
wholesale icvi i.m
I b 111 the hKhl
i, in
Blavea otlv troato iwrtneri
o aalhetli .viiii Hi.- it-hi.il
i ......ly acUofi
tluit De Gsupei'i
l
hi lonference witn
Plenoh Ki.reign MliUhb-
Roborl Bchuman ,nd linii-h
ii Seen
WASHINGTON, September 17.
PRESIDENTIAL Adviser Averell Harriman is
still willing to attempt to mediate the Anglo
Iranian oil dlsoute, informed sources said to day.
Officials denied that Harriman refused in letter
to the Iranian Premier Mohammed Mossadegh on
Saturday to serve again as mediator.
Get Out And
Vote Next Year
rrumcvi Tetli Americans
M\ SoId.Yr killed
In Explosion
SAIGON, l<
A Pleach iiiiidiiiK-ship i,i-
.. klllinsj t>8 broaiM aba .
and injuring SO. Most of the troop* t A.F I.
iDdo-Ch no*
ip prevented disdi-mc
,til M.. I

Anoy sources said the
craft hit k fWltk, in.tii* Ijid by the
olnb fon i
rYasv d and \'m I
at
dead and unOn ,,f :iM h}ta
sren rreoehmea <\r
Pop6 \ StoadfeeftneM
VATICAN IITY. s.
. XII i-ii'
. '
Monday t" ran %
theli Lull, in tbi
that they i gn a ,
tt.riea" agari v attach*'
on the Polish Church.
I P
Un
|, i, ,!.-
|| I
. control (jI
il

fa

i
behind n<... t
that Uiiit.
rould h-- pulled oul and be u<

akc a full

i
1

'invaluable i l P
Mm Speed
day's meeting was .
i-ek-end installation:
Smultanaou Prenoh ., d I
sjCtsia Defegate-
ought t<> quicken the oonttoessu
. aatosj.....nkm
11 iMimtnu-nt of ooen
V. t, : 11...
ion. and a nun
ireere and Turkey Int
Acheaon suggested .iri<-i L>
. m tii-t the Ooub-
iii appoint .< Bub inill III t
wink on alaagr co-oieraiicjii i-
twoon the Urtltad status,
i n. i i
i n aaiiHlatasfsj sjuttori
Nothdrl i Minister
I)nk Stikker also s4u- in favoui
i itarl on in- i
oration in sori.d
lields.
\>< (iii.speii. according to :i
i i it w.--
gainal the dernocroui tradltton
. I Atlantic natioasi thai IhMj
hOUld still linvi la under; ..
.....' i' ..( I:.! pasM i
lie urgod that it was ii matte
rn t-. oil Atl.ir.'i
hatp t.. obto i

i thai the iaaourai i
gsould I-' fullv
. nthei AtlanU
hi that tin. bould etiaouiBga,
[ il|an 'itdgraUon
v.r.
HSU YOB*
pn M.i.-lit Truman h n challani
' She Americans to get out an-l
ii. ii ., niganii .. ..
>lon as U*t opening of tin- Japan
m paaea Ifoau cossrenaei ra
iiKuteii fran uic prr|>Misi tea
.. touch "ii the problem thai
onrerned uttrm St;it^, L,..tit.
I veanc.
. Re .luded his lislenerj. with
the tact that Japan nile,i fro
..|> '"i ,i century has M.'ired it
.i.iMivar privlle^.
with alacnty More th.m < |- .
eg ,4 sBoaa oUgNrle 'i ive i.....
in Japan "
i ban ho tootoad up. p.*nici
iis finger al his audience and de-
parted from the tei t.. asqwasi
erbe.i *'"' v'"- "' *"Ui that sanu
*-iventage would <>l>tuin m '>
[United Stales" The US. ha*
. .
enreassj of she right ,A
suffragn. Instead the trend '
baan dowswanl dstrhai Igsi gM
ten .
The record vote was so.OOO.nou
raat m the Pn Identl .1 etactl i
bIxmii 00 ,-
lit of the adult ti"ilation
Since Ifltll the iiiiiulio ill ,-r
dropped '.it .ii-
1 nur*:.-ing growth In
p Miuiiiioii and the pet
sdsialhls veser-.
v.r.
Itarbados-Januiiva Belief /'mul
HEREWITH U the oltlcul
opened by the Oovsrnor of that rolai
all you can" strikingly p .
sskad to help
en of tk. k. ii-)
lai"
the Inp, "UiV"
eed f Uio-r wkoai yo-i ar-
.-ke the opportunit> of
discussing vita! matters concern-
log Jamaica with the Colonial Cuk* and others ^^____
Secretary, the Crown A* '"t federation h
other parties, and gsM "hT lhal economic stability
'ion of the Trade commissionr>r was a necessary pce-re',
set-up for *h<> West Indies, the, Federation.
a inch will be made! There wore members of his
later th. CJ a) On Psrr '
Alllt'i's Dau^lil^r
lx>NDON. Sept. 16 1
Alison Elizabeth
old daughter of Britatoj
ilumttr. was engaged today to
marry her brother's 10
Richaiu l.i
No date for the seed
set The Prime Minister's son
Maitm, eorpoi
i-duced his oai
his sister at a party last chrlst-
( r
GIVE ALL YOU [AN
A vary wolroow w
donsuen taday lad U.
Adva.air BbMssT Pond on
t* a lyusg Start on the sar
aad lag af il dnvi |ti
h"rtnrlii.it t *e* | .t g.
* am rseting on oar oar
l who look si
'" dajr. and
roslUo wti:it
for will be nrged V> -glv
RIIMJHM MKS FLfim
van to rtfl-ti 1
TOK':
Gcner.ii ludgwaj
.
mander. returned from a surprise*
visit to Korea at 9.40 tonight The]
reason for his trip is r. *
diately known- 1.P.
TODAY
to rfther of
to the ofllcn ol
tali oerspap*r.
llendvrHon
Approwii
WASHINC/roN. Sept- 17
The Senate PonHgn Halaiions
pproved 01
he nomlnauon >t Loj Hsndtoaon
11 %rrsbasjHdot in it.01 but de-
Ided to hold -ui.-ioiuiiiiM.
IQpl l'l\ tile liooilll.ltloli 1
TiiiiuJti III
I I I I 11. I I > I ll
.11 .mn Bowfc
anMi to ha r\jnbe*sjadw
IihIi.i
TIM Senah- I iMpagtad '
niiiini Hendoraon's rx
rornptt) Tin- tub eomrnlttaa srtl
n imad in a few du> "'.
IVtwIes' noiinnatioii Trw- (..ntn.it.
lee also raeomrsssBssed St
va| of K.110I.I Mtnoi t.
1 10 1^* inon p.p.
King May Ibtdergc
0|M*rali I/A'IXIN. Sept. 10
All lo
'. But klnghan

Kh
1
-
- to he;
1
pen siiid that a searchim
will beji...
Of sperialrato.<'P
\-Bomb AUurks
I'Vmii QMrrien
WASHINOTON Bepl
WllUaat M. Feehtelei
".at the Navy h.i
Ul launch atomn
"... Ira bora obi H
At ins I 1



' pis le* U> use them
I Al Sav-
1 ,/.-! aad PI \

1 wan '.!'!
. r ;
' guided missile
. sisaas a "i"
its "fantastic new weapons'' 1 P
Delicate Problem Faces N.A.T.O.
NKW Y<
The Time* 1
of th- Norm .
7 for re-arnuiig W.
'
f PruasLn
Uaera militarism or Hanan
at probh'
re-arming Germany h*-
ild not be held down in- It is because th(
definitely, and this being the case, aversion among Gernw:
-nuch better on our
that againt usor as doormat becauw Democracy h" 1 '
for Red hordes" und Communism been kaet
That in brief ra the anrun -
..... If-aMp which
1 strange s
'

i (onvenience i*

The Pti .re not going to nvwi
r
.; Jilt or the foul deeds of

the impossible d< V.r.
Harriman wh. trh d
fully to setri last
iivnith ssag under*'
iiivi icjectr*! MoSsssOr|
that lie
ultimatum t thf I
' egolin-

' '
Men of tarniA ui'.lei srhll
.igain w.Hil.i a* \. iIIiii to meet
with the British.
Depuls. i n Fatemi
said Iran woui<<
Itllll itUOl .1.11. . 1
101 w
I
it
Porelgji Offtce
. .
.niduiii giving lini-.ui to sraoha
ihe 300 Britons in
MueUad


uerstood ..uikt an*
ueli tiMii limil
Ihu iituii
had .!. lined to rel .
ultimatum
K.ilwmi told new-- ei. that if II
11 Hoi 1 tmai
fusing lo .! t 1 in).'i 11 1.
trail uld Matd 'in- u
'.. !.iiiii..ii
Police headquarters .. was no bar '
< imp d>ut a| l
i.degh's . He said
the n......"i WM I'U' out "tiy
interested parties"
I
decided to w.rssstraw saseiina1
Ibih n.iik mi Iran .> thai
rorth oni> the National B
. .1 the n.ink ut
Kimhinirs wUssdrawal "' d
Itotn Iran
ih(>ut. i'i. 1 k it. n i m the
Qk
a Chlol mi'iii
the late PrembM Ram u
.-irresleil 011 MonOB) In (
with Iha plot by Ran
roghne b 1 rmup d>ut
ihortli bal n
iton nf Rssaassara
1 p
The "ADVOCATE"
part for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
MALAY ORGAiWSATiOft
THREATENS TO 1)1 MUL
Tilt: COMMUNITY
II.NlM I'
Tin- Manchester (mirdiim WsUnod In an odl
Uiiit ihe UrnUil MoJayg National Organitatlon ltd b; Dai
Onn iiiM';iN>iis in divide the Malay community and hamper
Malay's constitutional dewlopmaril
For Bail m<
'ii.ill> to ti ;
lie CblOl Heed Is genuine FOIIUnU*
nal unity such as the I
l Bui what will !- tin
< it .1 .irid e. 'iiiiiiine pol
Omra p,irl>''" II said .
if th- in
plit the Malays totally." If ih<
slalaj aomi
i can be no smooth con-
litution..! development.
If I' to 01 partv ca
ow.-i h win have M
Rnhhet rsrloea depend t'
111 i ,
i p
"bnpy^Geb A IliWe
NEW RNUC, Sept 17.
Mayor Vin.eni lM,p.-llittrri oil
Midoy received a
bre Bible * ifi from
i. Bl rag.....I '
md the poopte of Israel The pre-
entatton was n |
i, leJOokd toto, Chatr-
natj of th*- Executive Commtttoo

if the State of I
. ;
half of the
i .. i p
MAI.AKKV. TIIKVSAV
OfNassSMff N- w York
lleraM TrilHinr on the thesry by
Mi Attlee

par, 195 Mr Trio .'. .i.hington:
malarkr.*1
Jews Seek
5m.
WIW TOME s.pt i;
Morris Bernstetn, Ch
the Initeel Jewish Apt-
Joseph S.II--H/ t: .1 v
..'.'..
Monday from their ten-.iay Vrill
to Israel Tl
. -!-. OOO.OOTi

igrlctiHui i,i Brnnx
enati dd USA 1
I .
t l3.0INi

.'..
Israeli gOU IP



PACK TWO
BARBADOS Al)VO< ATI
11 I -l>\. s| I'll Mill R
gahib aUinq
LADTHUTSON
England on Saturday n
\ la after an absence
of six month*. She was acorn-
panted by Iftai Philltpa Hutaon.
daunhwr of Hon'blc F I
i Mr*. Hut5ot.
Vlfw". OONnUMUt Hill
: .-son who is a nun* at
Si. Thorn-is Hoapifl. : at. '"'"
waelcn' holiday wjhirh ah,
Ins with her pal
I_i,U K
,.; EtarsMkdN in March bv boat to
England I I
Durban. South A^ .
bo* could not get aHOtbai
her back to England. She had '<
fly from Durban t< tub i
where vho ipani Iwo I
thei: contlnurd her JourBj
to London via Lisbon, v
i I, ahe wni very
sick nnd had bo apand " '
tn a London Hospital Whet xhe
enme ovtr to itarhadn* she wi*
only out of hospital Cily Druggist Returns
ArllB >BfjiKUna aboiil tour
months' holiday in i
Mr. F S. Otton, City Druggist, re-
Aftcr Three Month*
MRS. E C YARD of
House. St. George, returned mcrt
by the Galftta v.'.crday morning
after 'hree months' holiday BO
England
Wedding
ON SATURDAY afterm-m Bl
St Caorge's Rom .n
Lynda Jackson, daughter of Mrs.
Irma Jackson and the
ARTIE SHAW, HIS WIVES*
AND HIS LIFE-WORK
It- 1VI rliiliK

tiling, too. I like ta

In Indon recent-
W.ll there it is," said Artie Artie Shaw other man
Paddington he stepped Sha*. "If a man has a crazy part is his MO "in ll
BOUgh looking guyVveryona- llgurc* he'll be rraxy all milos from New Torfc. I '
tallish. darkish, and rather tils life. agricultural course to le;.
41-years-old. ndJ "But if you naally want to to handle my 120 b
* v I managed to marry "Unfortunately there is no set
gj'X gl.imour girls upposr wo formula for marriage.
M just one question frh.tn(:-- the subje t Let's talk
wanted to nk "How's it done? Joboul someUiinj else and see if Perhaps; the answer to n
vou can find out.
r ...hi becoming a musical "Whut -ill It beaomnambu- marriage*, six divorce*.
>^aVflSsJSi
,ckson. was married to Mr.^i M(. answered "Well, it's iuo the dasopuU-
imho ("Hutch") Cum.i .....,ui formula: stick Wound uon li.-nd in the world today!" retirements
Of .1 -I lUbaflm Md POTt-or- ,,-niuses for ,i while and soon you No We settled for Mr. Shaw

mi't ,
r t~ I
kntrn km i
mi hut afop truini/ the chtpa In
my Pending banket "
spam. Trinated
n hasllve in Eniflsnd with h.-r family
tor l number of years and.
coming out to Trinidad aome-
.-i attached
.(i. how-
. hmno island for
day.
how
is in the dadacatkn I
1 didn't
U>.4o-
Trinidad Solicitor
RETURNING to Trim.;
i-vcning on the OalDto Mr Mau
On Holida>
AHIUVINC; on tbS Canadian
CrafcMr la^t week from Domi
Mr. Joseph Nassief. ' I
the firm of E Nassief A Co.. and
I he has )u.-: Artie Show presentation;
mL "m*h**' wr"l0- .. ate this book to all such
\,, i n afraid you didnt. is called "The trouble wiln malcontents* and villain* and
I fuppoae you're inquiring about < mnert ll.i ,.ikI the four black- maladjustments as Bat)
Well I iwess the bound volumes of manuscript aj Galileo. DoM.
inf appliesstudy a man mutv important items in the Baudelaire and those countless1
,s grlvsa and row ">l*'ulc Kmu of Swim s luw^c (l||.,ts Wh have In Ihnr own timi-
oon K-t Ihe hug of ,h*n ,hc lnrt* clarinet* he refer* (in CMrth offered bitter anguisi.
to as his children. lonehneaa ai
I punted out that no man before What's the book about? "If 1 rr,.ateri for themselves and th-;
tad L-na Turner, didn't want to sound pratanM 1( a meaningful Ufa
A .. i. < and Kathleen-I'd say it was a piece of personal wlth their endless labour ...
wirisui '... pick ;. sample trio philo
ll-
i-xtet.
turned home yesterday
the ss G-sltiU. While in the
U.K.. h0 visited his daughter.
Cynthia who I* dome nursing at
km Hospital.
by which called here from Engla
was Mr. P. Stone. ., SolacHol oi
the firm of Fit* William. BtOW
and All.i/.i Hr had
months' holiday in the I'K
. : merchant of
First Time
Business and Pleasure
MI'S C A SAVKK. Brig* of tlu
Mb Ington Cot-
Iciic raturnad lo Bai i
MR H BAGE"OLTON i:- r-
Antigua. They are hare for a anon
holiday and are staying at the
Hotel Royal.
Also staying st the Hut-1 Hu\ I
.,ir Mi Oeorff Nassief. brother bl
Mr. Jnsepl: N ICM In b)
li ovai Uaa asiak-and fna
loupe and Mr. and Mi J> .n. S
, slsoof Ouadatoajpe arho arrived
by H.W.I A on Bundaj with \ht u
children
B.B.C. KA-DIU
IMUK.RAMME
"Whasj I was IS I wanted to be For this is the story ol how
.. writer. Somehow I got caugni i have at last arrived U sn nri
lip in the old pSoe of making .. dim ' what such men
lot of money. I was probably more as tfeasso luv. had U undergo and
rticulate on a clarliiel. anyway overcome in their own sunifgses
"Now I've given that up. 1 lo become not only menbut
'..till play of course.
Believe it or not. 1 have tru- L.E-S'.
"I TON ii. i-
.......... _.... _.. ... England on [h
""""' '*>'. ~2 nils holiday in Eng- ,hrw month*, was Int \|, BariUl H I merchant
:'ird *>y terday morning on the GsJfiu on Potnt^.l .
"c his way back in BriUah Guiana.
IM
: II M
gasarl ,
IMS
land.
..f
t,
to Barbm
'pend a holiday i
the first tune

To Join Parents
AA*< DAVID Ma* I'll All. who has
ItI ,nst rinlshed his education at
- In England ar-
lay. tnorntng by the
Mr. Ollun is Manager of the
r< ta dapartmant of Messrs. Book-
.' . ifjt
Nine Monthr' Course)
M"
M
SILV|RT< >N of i
.. jraj Department
<:o)hio to ,oin his parents Mr. (he Gold Coast, has now gone
MarPhiiil *>f Barclays Hank ti. Imperial CoUtfO of lYopI
A.; i.
and Mr
Garden^
! of Mai
Eng;ineering Adviser,
CD. & W.
It G. MONTGOMERY 0OR-
UON. Engineering Adviser to
: mani and Welfare
....Mi ',-.:.....! I .,. I . '
i Lawrence Gap. are now back in
i, tho island after spending fotll
I months* holidiiy in the U K They
4 M p m rt.. Nawa. m t> m. InUr-
R Itrt' Kevu* OrrhrtU*.
SI i lm.|-*i. ol h Wr*k.
r, )5 u in New R.iurtU. 8 00 p in. Music
. | |S |> rn Uriah M*itn..
.. 43 p u l*ri.mi.!., |-.iide. IS m
<, I M
1 00 (
For Indefinite Stay
MRSJCLYDS wauoTt arboaa
husband is now on his way
lo Australia with maml I
l . .
morning by tin- Golflla
11J v nsr an
Indefinite period.
Sh0 told Carib 'oat vlie had an
enjoyable trip and like living in
Fnglanrtall to the climate to wlm I
She had
Munugvr Booker Bros.
V*i: C H CAMPBELL, Manugur
Agriculture in Trinidad to take a
nine months' course in Cocoa. He
was Intransit from Knglnnd on the
Gollilo yesterday.
arrived yesterday morning on the
Methodift Ministers
and Mrs. N. Thomas, I(>
n | ii. p in n-
Krndrivnw 1.4J
.....ling larapsan.
a 00 |iir. HuflMi Nawsrwl. 11
-f-lih. 41
.dr. St p m.. from th
' '0 p m rrotn lh* Prom.
i -d* CoftriXm. lUpm Report fro"
BriUIn 10 00 p pi T>* SP-i. 10 H
' ir. p m Tht- Sdu.
PMtival isti. 10 *
p m rr.i
C I1
I ,- ><;iiammi
REV
K. W. Herd..m and Rev. .1
Parians airtvad from Kngiand on
Jackson. Arehl- Of OaUHa yastarday nwrnini in
Yorkshire. EngUnd, '"" '" ""' "s1 '"> * ,( %1 !
i Qm
U.K. Architect
und Mr. Jacksoii.
Oastta ..sterday morning for
hdiiy. They i m art h
vn.it Trinidad ud than return t.>
Barbados for a further stay before
going back home.
. Mis. Jaksoii at. -,,*
Hotel
TUESDAY, -.ppt
10 us p tn 10 a* p i
M SS P '.. 10 as p m
... v
Drug
Medico For St. Vincent
Lady Nelson. All asathodlal lllnia-
. .nig to tafca up
appointments in the various islands
m the West Indies.
Rev Thomas will in- stationed at
St. Kitts. Rev. Derbam St Antigua
nd Rev. Perkins at St. Martin
After Five Week.
RHIl RNING to
the week-end hv ttM Cana-
dian ( rul-er from S. Lucil SVai
M Oaotg* Humphrey of Bush
Hall she wm sxconapaniad i>y run
daughter Ina and grandson Trevoi
nl They had spent live weeks' holiday
m Castries.
IIOSSttOHIt
afaasis Boi
Storfs in Brllil In- |>H K P SWISTKHSKi.
transit from DlgAand OR the GolllU -*-/ wife nnd little daughli-t
ling ChirWina, were irrivab rron
three months' holiday In the I'K Kngiand yesterday morning on th>
Fie was accompanied \,. hi |f< (ollilo intransit for St
and three enllovan, where thev will rtaldf
Intransit ,H. ,n Barbados
Yjlt r C MKNNIK Of Si inland, tor a few .lay- Staying Bl In. y*||K MISSIONARY MEKtlNCi
y* passed through i.. i e raster- Maria* Botol I at Sharon Moravian Church
day on tlie GoUlo from England rr. Swistcrski v.ho graduated in lakes place at 7 .til tn-mghl when
on his way to firm->i Guiana Poland, amrlMd In various hospH- the ehali will i-e taken bv Mi
where ha Will taM up an appoint- its ui E^rndnn for live years before A DeL [nniH Included in the
mem as engineer wi'h B'H>ker* h was sent out to lh* \v. | [ndisn speakers ( the evening will be
uWrl bj iba Colonial OAeo. n\ Bernard Crosby.
Missionary Meeting
BY THE WAY
liy lleachcomber
w
,llI-F :l" .......''',,,i! IVho wis not playing. Nor was ba sJmuM appear it all Howav
iit I6.389.7W breakfast she playing when a young man Magda von biekenlng i
the blaaa from her boudo
... ; mlnfl. Iftfc
V\ evsrl'n i-orenl. |AI
' sir rxpr
*estl*r. f4
!<>
t**tt!
babies (adi*!.), I shall be high whispered against the walL in tht
above the World, among'In '.. : St Raul's. "I love
pean rock? and the great water- Doris." and Ihe replv
falls. from a small boy. "Mot.
But it Was my duty before set- you'"
ting out to Rather together the
i of -The Hid- WfODM H v Kuuml
dan Rninoceroa," and tn bring it
to n triumphal. This Nl) now UM ms einul.it. -i.
L^!C^P, !h fh 1nd,m>' fa."UrC nl,n 'naK"""* who was being
musl he attributed to the ou rag- .*,., ofl .n Southampton by a
Inoae and Mi insatiabTe ,.., - ,1(,.niK and sdn^ureri As
curiosity. Ph. following t,r..... .,,. lilM ,. ..,
to t'lnk of something suitable to
say. Then inspii'.t. he shouted
down to them, Hong voygrge,
I'rodnose: Win. I ask gain,
dialogue
thr huid.n
do.v. arhart Hssstoworth was
reading aloud to her |>,is>a.-,
BlXtj Xr u at the Wle-
ket". Noting her restlessness, he
said, Thinking of sausages still'.'"
"One particular sausage/1 replied
Ihe snenantreas, "Oresdy girl!"
taunted the hasottad atnloto "1
i .n t v.nit to eai it," repostc*!
the soon, 'i believe you colleri
sausages." said Ihe crlckl I
b
/>//. / nay, Iwtk hi-rf!
is hidden,
hat it has
tar
TIK row about the banning ol
dogs trooa food shop* ti
highly diverting. Not long ago .
0MBONE wnobas gu l walked Into .. butehei
1 I am the only -1 picked himself a nice lui".
Flaet-Straat who n "f oieat, To ^ man who stood
, |th the doairway watching, the buti h
iline "Musn Aid ihoutod, "Is that your do
"He was." said the man. "but m
It .. licep i kw\-~ himself now."
.( it i- mad. ra'on the
M it. wa could well have done piano, to hold down mo
ithotsi it lhare Is wind blowing.*1 if thete
Myself: W. >,a , dona without ! no wind blowing, stretch a I
the top "f Ihe piano ,i
bang ou< I
do
Hidden Rhinoc
My sell B
0 Miccessfully hidden
io! been seen at all -
dsksaet
wt II not u- M.i.
Myself:
I'rodnusr: I mean that if it |
sfullv hidden that
Prod no**: Then the title iv
i raningle]
Mvseifi Completely. A mere
tunl to altract 11
Prndiwoe: What .. u. -^t ... fill
idmission' 1'ijy pioceed.
Mvwlf: t)h no You have
restered this story \a death I
leave the ret to you I gm f..i

In fMggJM_-
WKAIflN'i; ..
si planatloa
lh.
IIiiIiIvii Rhii.tni'tti*
(XIV}
LITT1.K did 1
tlmik. wh
dlsgracefu] .
of the SU<*I
-aitii i f a Kit..in man, i thuui
of what -t I'.uh
9 mabodj n as talking ab*
TaUeyrai What
gpaet?*1 said Deeie*.
everyone who buys him'
l.fneinz mi Avi-iiw
RKMAHKINti that wi
plough a straight rXUTOW
Drill wood-D.
hen he sat
the
Hilda that BkthrB JU I '.laKselienp.
r.vhn Ihe Ir..,11 !in-.ji|i,>. had not
WHEN I Slug L'Adlta da I':"1 >'' t we w'ant to reach Pi
Chasseur in some high val- !Ull'nre mc"1 '"' ll'lv" Tl"' politician proi.ihlv Jiad ir
Jl be a pleasant surprise "' the sailing plough l;i -
i not bv I'rorlnose. "-'''bed the I lames, h emw.'i.le. WM triad Bl Ottars St II
but by Echo For Kei I year. Owing to the wind, n rib
the shrill, earning voke of Prod- eway, the SuaWan agltol I I laug) rerj straight furrow
nose. but. |lk |oll) little syco- ** bawlng his bul furthai experiments made I
phant tcpeaM softl') what uhi Kal/m. an Arab imphlbiou to thai whan
say or sing, without
except la | Sm m i-e. Ii fael no decani pafton wauld lowered Its sails, and was drlvei
. gross word in a l-a-. nuon in-, name, and si bj sn outboard motor I t
inlra voaas fell I tone Into '"* puiys ni part in this story I Sidmou* t
a bottoriil" a loss lo understand why hind it.
Cream & Grey Gaberdine 54_______
Tropicals ________
Grey Flannel 56________
Mens All Wool Worsted Trousers_____
Khaki Shirting 27"_____
Khaki Drill 27_______
Blue Chambray 36___
Domestic 29'
_____S3.33
____$3,67 7.41
____$3.47 6.19
__$17.85
_____$1.08
____$1.69
...86c.
__47c.
T. II. EVANS A Will II II 1 IIS
niAI. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220
_< Liuvrs. IBI
...^.. ti .in i gen
,. uaa u*u . cuptu
upreil t""*y i"
i.-Brss.
!?:. .','. -....
A -it* U> net simr* T (I
Uia ro
Wrni HI
. fht I -......''* *1
k. .no.i ui mi, (>
SOL' THINS
ijinuun t. Oan
Ii s...i M. Idiot; 1* *.nl.-i.
is, saaiti is. 't. is. Hunpw. *i
v<.k, n. ii..*-. st, v. u, mi*; ii

ran i. i. Bmi a. Aom.h. ^
4. Academy; . Uln.
Sanl I I
rwtb; 2i. UN-
SPECTACULAR
OPENING FRIDAY 21st
Mt, 1.41 A M4 p."'-
ui.ll.iu.iu lull. S 8.30 p.l
IIUKN
MATC
-WMBN axi.v mi-: #;>#
ILL IMf"
^(P&fact
'/
CALLS FOR
A GOOD ROOF
WE OFFER:
CORRUGATED EVERITE SHEETS 5'. 6'. T W X 2' 6"
HL'BBEROID KOOTINCi ................ 34- X 3'
CORRUGATED GALVANIZED SHEETS C V, U'. '. 10' X 2'
and a special offer of Corrugated Galvanized Shells
6' x 3' BUY BEFORE THE RAINS COME
PLANTATIONS LTD.
I. >i I* I II i
Lut Two Sh.ms TODAY Ml tad Ml
Cmwmtmud Lau/fh nil wr SUmm .!*
.IQI'ATII' I 1.1 II I I.MOIA (M.mbei> Only]
TOMf;HT T.I Till RSI>\V N'K;IIT al B.JO
MAnNEBl TOMORKOW al S p.m.
HoLEHT MTTCBUM FAITH DOMEROUI
CLAUDE RAIM8
in "HIIERl: DANOII LIVES-
An hko Radio PKtun
pi AZA BT0*N i
-_/ ' o,AL men
MI.IIAY
Si'JVSet Hoi i.i:\ : i nit "
r .
Hl i It,.,,, I 4 IH I N
U.WIiCH rt.iutS
rn>d> Jovit A Don h.iir.i: |
UNION I*A4>I4A(.*
Color
M
i HAVWAI1D
i. \it:it
TIIK GARHKN ST. JAMES

V>VVVV,>'*V>1
0m I. O H I

Today S si
TIIK KRIKi
|i ni I..til show nit nl
iftll IIAKII \VIIM \KK>
Tomornm and llmr day 4.45 and B.1I p.m.
'TIIK nil KIUKKS .Hill. MKRAI AKI.IM DAIII
.111,1
"SITTING I'KKTTV" (CUfsssl KHH A M.iun-.n O'H.V
KKIIlAY THI. OBBAT Missol Rl tAJD"
TIIK STORV OV KRANK AMI JOSI JAM I
li-.HiH-d ..iiii ii.f |'..ni.iiis Vuuiierr Krtli4-r^
.IWKTTA itllK.SS SHOP
lowkk bboad nun
lallar
,than dincsid.l
Offleiil 'Chmplwsh.i'* Fi|M filiw!
'tw >.... wo..BiorKnam*^
Ako: THE ACTION EEATIRI
DRESSES
1 KvrnfiiE. f'(M-hliiil. .AIIi'i-niHti)
A IV.wh ltrjd-m.idr anrl
Mjdr-t.i -urdrr.
HOOK TO-OW
FOR
TIIK LAUGH SHOW OF TIIK SI ASON
"SEE HOW THEY
RUN"
A HILARIOUS COMEDY
THE FUNNIF.ST EVER STAGED
BY
BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB
ALL SEATS RESERVED
OlllamlH & Bxrs $1.50: Cirele SI.20: BOM* J2c.
Balcony 4Hc.
WKIINKSIIAYTHL'KSn.WFRIDAY nl Oil p m.
MATINKK: FRIDAY al a I'M.
BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY.
From 8 a.m. lo 12 noon anil I.IIII p.m. lo IM p.m.
ROYAL
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-li.AV
4.30 A- H. 15
Doubla .
:M,.rk GAIM.F. M.i'i.. LO*
no vi
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-PAY
4.30 A 8.1S
Columbia Big Double .
iilW*
LARAINE DAY
ROBERT RYAN
JOHN AGAR
IH0M4S tOUC IAKIS t|ll[l
LINGERIE HANDBAGS BEACHWEAR ;
in: Piui-Aicsii
Clirrk thi> List of Kss.Miti.il lli-nis for Your Honu'.
w Galvonisrd Buckets
C.al\anise(t Wash Tubs
Coal Pots
Box Iron*
Sad Irons
(iiut.rns
Knamel Pails ilh
Covers
Send 'iiur OrHtn t>> ''" lrowm\on\ laFBfi
witkoui thai 1'atknm ProkUm
Iwtm MMm HUH V
mm n no i ana k-m > iwr i\>om
itTM fa- h cirat btm m * * ast
IM AZA
IIK1IM.I ln\\\
DIAL
2310
Trlrprmnr ISM
THE bjkbmAbhM io-opeiiativi-:
tOTTOX I'AI'TOIIV I.TII.
MANHATTAN
MELODRAMA'
AND
YKLI.OW SKY
with
Iregoo PKK
Richard WINDMAI1K
\. I l\. IDA1 a IHl HDAf
4.30 & 8.15
Mark CABLE Spentvr TRACY
BOOMTOWN
un
' JEWELS OF
BRANDERBURG"
|m- iinK .Y.day 21.1
"A YANK IN KOREA"
and
TVr.MV ISLANU-
------ JOHNNY
jWEISSMULLER
. JUNGLE JIM .
PYGMY
.ISLAND
oi > >irn
LAST tWO SII.UVS TO-IIAV
till HIS
Blnhtag Double . .
DON MCABDO RKTl RNS
AND
TIIK CORS1CAN
BROTHKRS"

IX.uglas FAIRBANKS. Jr
1 The On-tru'-Spot Stor>- of the Guys
in the llotres- 9
A YANK IN KORKA
ITS with
William Hill" I'HILLIrs
HMiM -I.W A till i:-H\l
4J K Ml
IXiuble
OR
TMEN "
wi>
COBRA STRIKES"
WBDNB8DAV ft THL'KSDAI
4.10 A 8.15
Columbia Double .
BAXTER in
" STATE
PENITENTIARY "
AND
Gene ACT!:'
" INDIAN
TERRITORY '
I. a Aclloo a. .ou like II.


HIMiW s> I'TFMBF.R 18. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATI
PACK THREE
1,000 Homes
lh>sln>ye AS HURRICANE
HITS MARTINIQUE
(i |,ooi
others left roofless
MOd maj.n
Caribbean hurncan* of Una
li
high
OIK! p, w 1.
Hum the am whton
i



Was lost.

back (
told
event,
.
.

productive its i
Aid From Kmncr
Tab Prefecl
.
cabled his assurance thai
anouM be mo)
laj The Pitf i also said thai
bod representatives of the
Red C ':iqut- llJ(i ,lp-
pealed lo the organisation's

-.. : .
those quarters would undoubted-
1. Ih- forthcoming.
The hurricane's centra bad
travelled 0w channel bel
Martinique | from
. M
rfenced east wind* of over 100
, .,. up_
and many roads blocked
li fall.
Fort-de-France, ahellered by
- ,iped without
great damage, in contrast to

.i. ill
trlcal and telephone
broken. On the whole, the south
and south-east pans of the
island
damage.
*\ni hi i si v\ it> \ \
<>rnia DaitUage Estimated
War On Kals
.Pf.ta O.r <.- i. .w>"\
I 15.
Undei
tment .i \ igr-
it rum n... n- i .M-..-..J.II i jmpalfT
".lobrr 14
led b> UM A ;"|i.nnirn'. anno,inecmer*
V \
. ..

tl -urns ti> flirtit V
>et In n, being malnl>
> i . n: of bounttt>

I
I rues !i i- calk
.17.SW.3II.
R Sanaa,
lo livestock A
* u a- WAHFARIN
) . -. kille
It .-presented pruv hen taken li -
*n the pan- i vc day>
Cantata)
UM and St John'- I h
WARFARIN aril] he distribute.
,in frat "f rharge hv the Department.
4ytng the mri
loss* at m>4.iio
tlaribhcan \.l.\. ?* Gf"**5?
To Be Discussed
from various
ill meet

Font


i ba Interim Pourt Con
h race*
\i be BritUI
' .mail Hepuhlu
Guiana Ouadt loupe
Martinique,
Rico and Trlnldwd.
BOSTON aai

1 ' CotMl i I Washmf-
md S4 In IWl
nut at hei
with an air rifle while she and two
ronpaMM were boating on the
nei friends row*
id lo th- shore and chased ih. trio
bo fired at them
But, according to pollca, the youths
d ubied back and mati I*
Mch *he had left in tin
it
Granule. IManin
Migrates To Canada
I I i ROrS Sept. 15,
Mr. C A. t) Phillips, lit the I.ft
ti e Council N i .-...
M<-ioi.-, | AgTlcultun PHIS boi u I
.i lea.ii- roi nun} ,;.,
veai Honorap & 4 the nicl >an ,
' months
think* nolhiiw
C.N.S. "Lady Nelson" with i 7-lb electric
iron
Mi. PhllUpi has on irlou I Ha li qulti
rapraaantcd OretnWa -it i>*pp^ if you give him :i
agricultural talks in Barbados '* |;
and Trlnl.....I Ha
Rarrlaantan, ..v,"".' David, ana .r M
GOLIATH
(christened, David)
HAS A PARTY
Startling his friends
with a spot of
weightUftiny
Spies Gel Long
Gaol Terms
\ s. I
Knlhusia-.ni
iu i-- ofaanad b:-
Mr l_i\\. who will act
man until .. President ..( tru
ii i- eleetad Mi Bn
if Jtanaa, Hon, seci-et.it> rd IN
l'">tball As-
soclation
i"-tlnf
tfi i iv told the Praai thai _
SAuCBKS c \LLBD UP
I irlb H-VINtiSAITKHSwillbelllle!!
Hth water or patrol Tha jiiii
ten shown for the scheme, lias made rabbet dun, rapacity
' ' fenoaa, th.(t oan be whirled
am from nrcrafi lo a-jind
THK BRAVK
\ MB i*ih\\ i. i kiiu.1 it.
R
- city, loan
and Inwa wen
Memonid Park ci
tily".
Hut to-iufht Praaidanl Truman
.....aad to s.ire..Mt John Rica, the
Rad Indian. Arlinitton ttaHionaJ
!entetery. last reatina;
laT] heroes
Ini mated thai thev
tout i with
Ion* turn, at hard laboui ur In ,1"
ioUUo conflnemenl
th.mt
,>t the

In
w ,i
Ml li I .. s it] i
Granada
i Island sklppei
Lai
i xuni! BTnong bable>
isao'i
promlm m flgun
cricket end was
Mi Phillips leave
bare but ha ba expn
with the hansjrd aiututiv
| the rebru
i i
";"- ,nnl'1 bli Sl" "i," movhei "He s"ncv i I
not be endu.-d by his wife who After U WM |
i.t him play will
ciKht- ||
0 .i casually Into tl i
bin er than non | Ihe i oom
U would HI a a a
snj ,,t (,,Ui Anil thai m iius
David toll has [.,.. crlckci

e there, with learning to walk
.

vidad the defendants
i' a owes BO <" sal-
II -i\ eonAnement n d IhoH
1 laboui
* I hi 81. wa.
solitary
ni md fined I
ol i urrency,
i 71.
jo ci si hudeli Si, ;i i ish priest,
solitary cunHnemeut foi life. Pert!
rota as, i
cuMii em i Plntorl m<

1 BMrosh 4.1 hard laboui foi
...
hubbj rtandi nn*vt li hard toboui Lion Herbert I
hard labour. r.P.
i been
..'.
NO CONSTIPATION NOW
IFTER YEARS OF MISERY
"K.., |
kin.U
h1;.,",,
V"
i,,
102 In HPasshig
Out ParadeM
had lor

trx-mcly kind to Ihoso wh. worked uoci
with then.. :.,[,
Mr. Phillips InvaluaUe *ar*ke
to igrlcultura will be bTaatly

M list Tu
the Asjrtcullurai >
l
. .,ii ..
h..ir .it mssnbers.
ii plei
tune i ii | u>ara Iron til I
li iiff.
'Now we lend hm. M.<
ii only.
lo put on his LMM
riorco W ireless
Operation Reslgii
MADE RECTOR Of
ST. ANDREWS
ST GEORGE'S, s.i! 15
. o to RsmL I
ho
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept H
. i
their resignation ;ii ti;>
el< Station, Plaroo
A
Followini these
., Priest m 1930 and after serv- 4|,,u-,>_____________________
tng a short curacy at SI !'*
London Dock*, entered the iv ( AKKIKH IS TOO PAT
vanities Mlsalon to Central
Africa, since labourlns sltll. nl-lsiIRS ,. .
due in Grenada towards the end to give her a larijer and slronticr
i>! Ihe year
TDAD FIREMEN GET
NEW APPARATUS
landing deck foi jet pi
gomtf to make her just too broad
to iet llirwiiih Ue PUhUII E
Three Woriu Wsi
Iteing modern Is.-
II "<* to 32.000 :
HDielnNighl
Club Fire
i.t. 17.
... women
era i phlxlatad
i i
i. ,i Basil
nm i ickei In tl
merit ckibearl
AiKiui 250 persons were In tha
... ,| lependenci dsy when
lartad .
Mrteken mat
fighting thaSr
lammed lh nl
turned the nicht dub into a death
Police said uv

l'.P.
ST. GEO
Hi- Honour ti
Mi \'. U "';| in
. ruing t""k th
i
102 ri mil

I .
I

Royal Wel-h



'
I


day1 Bid
A.lf-r. 1 ll<
Miami R
.;* .
'. rfcrs /i
Mi a A N
bt

itaily, bi.i..
..

Ktllofi Co, of
tosll itsta ni ,Masf*eilei f 'lU-a

I
(fojM
m*d
M0
11,1, "* In cli'imsv ill
tl III i hl.,,,,1 in,pu,
impur li.. inlh. OI.kkI iu
aakas nod pain.. Miff an
boll.. pllnplrt im.I i..iiiiii.
Ilarhr Btosd Mlatass
Hi. hi ...: li .in^i Ihe y
In rest rknK i*.".il htallh.
I i> .nii.ii tolam
APPEAL WITHDRAWN
S/5,9/6 IN TOURIST
RECEIPTS FOR AUGUST
PORT-OP-SP
r August

i Board'i doUai
makinn a total of $109.41.'-

|
I
.
iliam Oar Oan t arrr.Mndtnl-
PORT-OF-SPAIN Sept, 12.
nra Bngade department
sVflpaln )...
two new type* of .It-
breathing apparatus, which
enable firemen to pSt*
tj|tc of fume for rescue arorfc
One contains UHJSjtu
Gl'ESS-OAMC OAMBIA8 : trying to guess
the daily total of th>
menfs Treasury balance The _
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types are used in mines, tub- *" these lottery slips,
marinas and ship holds.

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liAIHIADOS ADVlil Ml
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 151
BARR\0OSAOVrOGrrE
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rn>n4 k) lh< ASiatal* <. LI*. !!( 01. BrUa*M*
Tn.-sd...
SrntcmbcT IS. 1951
'lick ii.inloiii Aimrir.iii
Negro
WHFItl

.\<*|MiiiliiikiiK
kppotntnwnl of Mr.
m last
irced to ed-
mii that the officer, who la B capable and
eer had been
( ..ltural In-
struct.'! (mm AugUM 1447 until September
1950 before he wag confirmed In this post*
I ,: I '
::. i.f the
the Government*!
polk ) i" ilntmenti en not
without found '
k | |Q |f
was pointed "Hi thai in the L> pertinent of
-... j. : i there was en en-
i <'ii In an ecting capacity
dd it was admitted
that he wee competent One statement of
nt was. that
plied 'i the
poet had been turned down It is obvtoue
then I WOUld not have happen -
i better qualified ihan
Unj office..
Anothei Inetancc of this damaging policy
- ol Mr C F Broome who has been
: i ci Schooll fOI the last four
or five years, Since that Mr. <: C. Killer
of ilu- Cola kdge School has been appointed
rate end now Chief ln-
i eppointed.
.!n years Mr. Hi-nine hie been
actU noting Assist-
ant has been scting headmaster < School, it ii not fan to Mr.
ma, to 'Ik- school ol which he is sub-
i nor to Mr. Skecte his
locum ti-iicnv If Mr Broome is not ap-
pointed to the substantive post after this
period it might be thought that despite
the fad that ha holds a London Bachelor
of .V bean I Headmaster
for many years, he was Incapable ol idling
the pool Fits set vices will have been used
by the Government to the detriment ol his
reputation. But above all the school for
which he is responsible will have lost his
influence and the stamp of Ins personality
on its corporate life.
i' red that the extra re-
muneration which an officer receives when
acting in sn office carrying higher emolu-
ments than hla, would be enough recom-
pense, but U1 cases when* OfRcara are called
upon toad fOI extremely long periods they
are put (n an invidious position winch no
amount of financial consideration can re-
lieve
It is to be expected thai there will be
occasions when officers uoing n leave will
have substitutes until their resumption or
to be replaced when they are promoted.
It is known that m some of the cases of
etlng appointment! ID this island, there
was a difficulty in finding suitably qualified
personnel to fill the places. But that ar-
gument cannot be sustained in either of
the Oases mentioned.
It has happened in this island that an
officer m the publit service was allowed to
act for period 'f three years in order to
qualify for the post. Eventually he was
not appointed to the post and the matter
latlsfactorily for him and
for the offlcei a ho was afterwards appoint-
ed Instead This is i practice which should
be dlacountenanced ai doing harm to tin'
Cars Involved. They cannot refuse to
act even II they were Inclined to do so ior
i writing s bar to then-
own future promotion. When they have
pcti d tor long pci lods and expect to be con*
firmed In the poets end find mat preference
has been fftven to other officers it tends to
i reparable harm to then reputations.
a even more dlfflcull In days peal
when no mention could be made ol Inci-
dent the desire was to
avoid doing permanent harm to the officer.
Bui n has been I Sallied that, as happened
in the House oi Assembly, the matter was
raised objectively and with do desire to
force the hands of the Clovernmen'. It is
tune how. \ or. that the practice 1m- discon-
tinued
t..ii; S. Nclui_*h-r
ed it* ili '
I
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OB
its
l > Una Nr hahed b>
- uftOO to
Nn in county
i,etwren 1B10
n- and 1030. Ft m 1B0S
wed Jeannes
.Jed an -
oiauinitiM by
. atei ' -
of 12 407 In 803
glassed
"oppressed a:
cuted" American

amazing ... Mini oi Ini
about how Aframor leans arc d
humani/cd but m i\
are talk'
ing about I* a phantom
One colour* -.end- nn
ing a summer Mminar abroad
year was piriilad when In
POM fel.
'^\'\ ' '..:- K
i .,, ,: ., ',
,.. paid Iran public
r.all> MUVVM Amcruan msrw. .,
w''"' ''i;'-?"' "id t* "'""':. -
unxious mm M return homo wall Actual!) .....
''"" pnnmiUHl ol ml. rr.....I i< :.. II Mfeica-
A nil rnm . wtU-lo .,.,. Uniit-d SI Ntftl jr"l Jo*1" D
family was liilonishiil li .iiinmcr il..u.imK nl ilu- many example. ll,..krfell I kindly I)..' 10.000 ti Bto owned
. tod licr in tin- Am- crlran rtvili7u.il.. .<*. Then 111 II
II- ine Phelpa-Stokcs Fund I-.'.!
ink Ihr porMCUtl I ITDI pt I !< i.dion provided
n eoloufod poo
Ijbi fall a Dtmlsi ihe adu-
oucht lo Inlii I in.' in .1 proiocl luatmanl
me .-.ainiiy ..r
. nave l^en narruwing. Whi:
tancadoBIranoUmtKn reaohed ""' VJ.U1'.,
H ii.uu have bv-i. I In lai. counlr) ,.i,.e. bul II is worthnoUM Muj
lo learn that pub- Irlbule ""' "
nd private ;' '. 'i'l', N,"*r^ ^K.',"J"!
, ..II KM Y..rkKM ,0 to 1 SO0 >.-.rly
ctalldmi V.1U1..U1 ,iis. IminaBo .... .i
. ,. a. .... lr> jo.nro to oio.ioo ..
IM.-.I ii, e.i i'n ih.- e.i.ni.n.ii
lent l< le-,.. nn.v.l.M l.y 100.000 '"' "i"" ,
ii..in ii .. in nio whan Imoat "xploitod Nevon n mu
I .. Ini.....Ilc.1 I,. >.hiu-, ;'" v '"' ''"'
and ha- i uuj n"~"* r her a..lelliu^
Farnborough
Secrets
LONDON. Sep. 7
THE British aircraft industry, which'
still leads the world in the design of planes
for the sen-ices and for civil airlines, goes
on show, at Farnborough. Hampshire, next
In its biggest display yet the Society
f British Aircraft Constructors will bring
into the open 50 different types of aircraft
more than half of them military and over
70 per cent of them powered by straight-jet
or turbo-jet engines
The Fnrnhorough Display, as it is called.
ill not be simply a show of prototypes.
Apart from eight research planes, only four
f the aircraft entered are not in production.
'n fact, all 38 other planes, including some
of the very latest off the secret list, will fly.
It is also possible that if first flights of still
lower types are made in time, there will be
other last-minute entrants.
nd iihool-. that moat Harlem
i < 11011.111/1'.!. that Ne-
,..y mk'ii-
lirant part in admtniMteniii: tad
iitv. .iiid Ui.tl. Ijr limn l-cini!
restricted to Harlem, thej live in
bnOBt evi'iv cily election dis-
trict,
hi .my IHlloussn gathering the
AmsTtcan visitor win lurev be
bombarded with, "Wiuit about
jpour Nsaross?" "How eai
uthem about di-mocracy whan | l I
..nd lynch pet.)
why do you CkHU ft*
thstr iimi rightsr
Mow doM it rstl
gUU] keil mc* last Dt-" i
an Oilo ta bis to stay
in a nice |ila* like this and. eat
in iuch a flue dining room?" hV
would not LwUsva that I had beat)
,ii Bnet hotels in tht

doubtful when I denied I
ctaUon betSfSSH coloured .tm!
VfhlU Aim
One tmrliiitcs th.it ukiiiv Kuro-
i oi .oi' t.ir more provincial th.m
U > ai i use Arm rti sn c4 balni
Tin-y nlii'ii peak nt 11m- Umti'il
Biataa
INll.H1 I
GMMtGI B. m Hi >

I wore the h| of H(
Hlv instead or btiiiK ,, t,om |SM
During HB \
hauel slasery in ths
. .,: : dM Si
v
i With cqii.il
geographic, aocul and economic
variety When they talk abmu
i.- usually in Ufirw ol
inO) ih.. irg oi b n
(ornted.
A Uiuki yan Cabtnet oeVei
who hud doubtlcei read (fsll*
Sun" iliilefuMy oiwouiwd on Ihr
llSJSdj Of ihe "poor Negroes" ol
Nmiii Amtrlea until l obssrrsd
that they ownsd safersl Uav thtrs is leai battsd end
more automobile!, than the 00.- nuptclon today a* a result of lhat ^Ir1", ,zT i,'
000-ld c-rn hb COOMr, bOUd, im, their -m

nnd id.it
. eiiy oi
SouU) wi. n
...:. '. i ,. oat bed peopln of the BaUtalU
tin as I had observed in Moirte- Km m
ba-
.,,. twees the Indians and Pakl -
How do it bsapen thai ihu |anli betweao the lections of ln
phsnton Asserlcan negro ha i "
captivated the lurcign mind.' in *;him-r in Maiaya. betwaan Un
the tlrsl place, foreign minds .>< f" "''< '\ '"[. "
made vciv raceptlte i.v anvj ol
_. A so-called -ii
,- I '!.. I
.,] Ncgroas i- SnvlSble, There Is n-

tween i DmsnunUt Party
in the Sovle
Union, _
More than 1 2S0.OO0 U B
uroes are members Ol
unions with 'in
privileges. aSCUlit} and *eninnl>
U white .Ming upoi
.nn lensta ot ervici
r>! the -core of unions that sth
In 1915. si>
In the pai
. inj p
olona hav
Negro onVers, even in tl
.i credl
i i-o-opvrauvp. so-
cities 60.0o*i retail bunli
Mvtnisi and loan assort atlona snd
i Dtnpaniaa. rUly-
iwo ol the latter have assets Of
over $100,000,000. with a bilUoi
dollars' worth of iiLvorancc in tmi
and the District of Co-
n own 19.000 squart
miles of farm land (an ares had
the siie of Ohio), and there an
189.215 Negro farm owners wltil
farms avcraslng ^8 3 acres
the armed ser-
vices hat II? broken
laae 1944 It has been
eliminated In the Navy and the Air
Pores and Is ;i ad ill) being oust-
ed from the Am
...
hange seemed verj mho'' and
liRQ omeers deiuwl that it was
- knlni
i.iu mi- sjrsl
thou
ne r>nnii i, ana - ;rai.^i"
acUonal blttariuna ndfl r Nc*ro
further con mentary on *"""
hu 200
i-i lnl
ing p'lahu and combln
,,( \\ i .....) < N- " I' "' '
M-seed. South or
North, slthough i
,n In th. racial
: 'ion
There ore also the 40.000 Negro
hurt/tics Serving one-half their
population, vduc
i.nd ipsndlni *ai do i
va these paoplfl beei
denuil ihe 11 .ht to worship bs they
Ff.ur-ennined jet bombers, sweit-winn
ijjjtarg and jet and turboprop airliners
will iiure in the display. Latest entrant
mr the show is the rocket-powered Hawker
P1072, with its Armstrong Suldeley Snarler
r<,( kit motor, said to give a jet tighter
double its power for short periods. It will
not be flown.
The Snarler motor, announced only this
week, tits into a space nu-asiirin,; 6.1 by :Ut yV/VA'AViW/-
ui the very tail of the aircraft. Compact 8
and light, it uses a liquid luel which con-,S
taing its own oxygen supply and can be|S
.witched on and off at will by the pilot'S*
when he wants to climb fast, boost his speed c
In combat or pursuit or make a quick take **
>IT The new rocket has been flying experi-
nentally In the tail of another Hawker Jet- I;
plane, the 1040 and is to be used in the new Jj
wept-Wina" Hawker 1067 besides the Pl072|5
([^pt'Onng at F'arnborough. I
The Vickers Supermarine Type 508 naval
let lighter which made its first flight recent-
y. will come off Ihe secret list in the flying
lisplay part of the show. Aviation experts c
ire keen to see its performance. *J
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ranging from $25,000 to 100.000
rly Qaarb no organization .
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in.in iba total i umbei ( eoflegi
a long comuaisn of prop.iK.m.1
. a ]>.pen, muKazines, nwvu~ .iiie
book* which ||.<
la.'tically biased picture uf Amen
i i-.....i itlOM 1 the third
!>i iir. than
Aiui'i K-.in I'lUiiUi ,uupaganil;i
iiti the eontrary, Asteiican writer>
publishers and ravduearsan Lai i
[) i. peaatkle lor the spread of
this false picture. Naturally Hu
...Sl* ;tllll th.-'n m-
tcrnatlon.il eonsphacy have done
111* part .1
Aeraaalst a few testa ,
aanting ;. sanulM Dletaca i ""'""
Negro-white relation* it! in. ,.,.,,,
tinned States, but these art* not |n iwou n '\.i prophoi Boutnam
tin- i-...ks which have been II .. mid shortl) exterminate "':'
ad by Utar. ths Amerti ' '''
ate Iksrelsjnars Whal thea hsvs thalr lift i N yai Lym img, rightly i I
read ore 'KinK-blood Royal." or onl) SBVen .-..-. lsaa th thai Oraal American i i hi', h.i
Kru'dntu Road,1* "Strange rnilt," ol I i In the ihir- dacllntd Iron us in isoti to om
Native Son" n I eihan rlru Ing the Fedi metlmai nona li
i ..ii b) Amarlcan gructcd ISO.l.....
rllers, and ill itraasing tha Nagro 10 te. mint]
lot blaefei and '"'' 1,,n' "' "", '"'m' |U"
l how I i led ^ i\i
.ii go! problem has aen one of Inti
in IBOO v. .
II pet caul of lha
re into tba nation
I with .'
1047 they owned 3i pci cent I ' ihe asquleso
1040 dty-dwellfa : lajority
New types ol British warplanes to be :
shown will include the Vickers Valiant,
Britain's tirst four-engined jet bomber, the ;
I swept-back wing lighter, the Short ;
SA-4 four-en^ined bomber and the Can-
errg twin-engined bomber litted with [
\rmstronR Siddeley Sapphire jets, claimed .
lo be the most powerful jet engines in the
.vurld
Navi types ol British commercial planes
ncluda the already well-known de lUvil-
ii t Comet jet airliner, and the HandlevJ
Hermes and Vickers Viscount, both
i owarstj by propeller-turbine engines.
Also flying will be the Napier Nomad, the
irst composite engine, a combination of'g
nston and turbine in a flve-engined Lincoln1 v
lying teethed bomber. *t
Organizers of the Farnborough Display ^
lava arnngad special security measures I I
aravatrl the latest types of military planes *.
ron being inspected too closely while the\ *;
are on the ground. Government or Press j V
representatives from countries behind ttu
Iron Curtain have not been invited. '
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About 2.000 foreign visitors are expected.
.iRainst 1.600 last year. The display opens
m Tuesday with a technicians' and Pres:
" ;.'i ,'! 1 law day. The British public will be able
to visit the show on the last two days of the
show.
When in doubl
atsnav "INTERNATIONAL" s
Our lf< ...Ins Mas:
llitttlf-l.imifi*
I i-mv
. nlghl the I4tl i
nan ai
i iveUlng In
I Hi I lab) ,\i Sprtng Hiii \\v
'! ihe road; a. it
: Ished the
ken pit
Irom tin
About 8 49 p.m. 1 heard ,, voice sliui "Loid
i | on me.' I.
psnied in, went la the -!
which 'i was from
ii riving at UM i
m arlth
wu oniii. The
other i ., u pair'-
llan)

.

|< nil
Hospital when wounds
tor stated the!

ellinr.
'nies t1 (

11

'.ifflr
The uit' ervtca and abroad
mostly the atnsational
ere Utable, salted with i
mention of Harsan Anderson.
Jackie Robinson > Ralph Bunche,
tin the screen, hntgnen see aw h
rot aa "Home of the Brave."
linky- and "He Waj o.n." Small sOO.000 homes with
wonder that they believe In this, valui ol sii.377 .i
phantorn Nearo! ef the
Has unv nation, even Ts^rut -ago hik! V\ , v.luii
cas^e-iidaan India w ll sioooo to si.vnoo. whu- ssu
colonial axploltan like Iranea and yere worta up to KhXOOi
IWIuuiMi. been subjeeted to Rich fMhfr An
more viellms In thirty years that. ln.,IH, ,
I.. ., N-Vi'-s m the t-ntire mbb,,,
We'lern Hemisphere, nnd yet the ,,,.
t'niicl BaatCa W.n solTored fir rorlzed'4 mioulaee
mi re adverse propaaanda i-, iaai
ll is sale lo Its in,ii nn COUntrj ,.: ,,,, ;, | ; lt|, \^,2*i
has t*cn Hi,, large! i.f such con- i
tinual attacks from within nnd i.:,.:, ,, ,,, public
wiiluiul. and such false ones In
j continental arse ot ihrre million
square miles with 150.(MW.00t) In-
habltanti of every Imaginable
. .it'ii.- - .myttur... .i
does happen, but to the anil-
iVmetican propai rtdlst avei
tie llaard i'i""iiie-. a dinosaur.
Paradoxical!), Ikr avrrsae while
American is as misinformed a* the
average European He i* hel|
m the face of thi^ .-iTechve jnii- ,.,,,., ., fgao ]',( v ,eai
Ai iganda abroad be- tlallj
causa* of bis Ignorance, In a vague t.-i., it is so .
rs iiui there If torn" II pa, i enl
of An
h the prlndpl
nan fidei ..li-iii.
i Itj rule The n i

ep-aaated faai i
ind resentments in some
places arising from
i record of lha In-
humanities .lending the process
In many area has bec^. aSf4on-
bio bul in ;'it of all lhi there
EBn| and unpnetv-
traent sftthln the
Vtntf men. Th*- im-
rahitnhis betw
whiles and Nogroes has been
cal ;.roEression. the Rains
h.
liiesc ui th, p,i^t loilv
Here, is tha real Negr
.- nol the phan-
..niofM i population to,, ,nti-American
itivv .nut f.nvlgn
">7> *a ive a long was
it ii mire ii,.. .mine. imJI;n ,,, baton .., reach t'lopia and
;< 1 u troth become
ten But consul-
."'" Voi ..... ' (" * r'"'"" Evolved
1 -">40 .
id men
had their Olood over attatfear.
they should be admltb
hi the
rlalnly not
or all Negroes hurt ._ ,,,. ,
I for Nrtjmr.
In 1910 Bj 19
tht" Soul
U.S. Seeks
British Jet
Bj ( IIAI'MAN IMNCIIKR:
WASHINGTON.
THE United Slates is almost certain to
take over and mass-produce Britain's neu
iour-jel bomber. Ihe Vickers Valiant, for the
.\merican Air Force.
A recent demonstration of the Valiant wai
d in Britain two months ago for Gen-J
Mi.yt Vandenbertf. U.S. Air Force i-hie
if staff. I learned today. He made a speeia
isit to Britain to see the plane at the re-
quest of the Defence Ministry in London. !
Qaneral Vandenber^ was so impressed'
by the Valiant's performance that, it is re
ported here, he is "determined to yet it fal
Ihr United BUteg Air Fore"
The chief of the American heavy bombei
force hi Britain. Major-General Leon John
son, also saw the Valiant fly. And he. too i-
tiemendously .-nthusiastic about it.
The Valiantbelieved to be Britain's fast-
est bomber, although details of its speed.
Weight, and size are still secretis powered
by four Rolls-Royce Avon jet engines
and be safe. V
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Its vriregl are swept back and mounted
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It is generally agreed in Washington
that America has no tactical bomber to
' with the Valiant for speed and

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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. iil
BARBADOS UlViH \ ti
r\r.r five
Witness Succumbs Under Examination
animated Opinions
In Christian Mission
Chancery Suit
HKV l.AKRIER. one of the plaintiffs in the Christian Mis-
sion Chancery suit Rev. Barrow and others against Rev
Hoyta) and others, had to be supported away from the wit-
ness stand yesterday while he was being cross-examined bj
Ml ; H. Adams. HOjftafl eoUMvl, on what Mr. Adams said
were discrepajKiai In his evidence
One of the many women of Ihul every nui-ting iobOO the end
e Mission who has been attend- of 1940 when the Christian
mg the Court on the days of Mision Herald went out of exltt-
hoarmg since the caw began, was ,*,.. has brrn imurope.1.
raiOj with a smelling salts bol- eoux-ened"
.le and after Inhaling from this. Mr Adams now quoted from
Hev Lamer reiavered sum- the English Law Report* to brins
nentlyi to sit and answer Mr om, he said, that the .word
-? W**"0"1- 'aiiimaUj-* with reiard to a Super-
Ti."'n'n T^'v^rh JUS? iSSaHB Eatng elected .mnuall*
l!l *#fnBSL -J^T A' wsa directorate only. Th,
Coun tor an *w and a halt. inA.'J->h,~^ ij^ ,v1 7
Th<- Rev l^rrier had ben ro- "Hi*'?0?";', "Id "h." m """
railed to or rroM-cxarmnM bv '* Jb>""' *"n "* V* *
Mr. Adam.. R.-v Huilr had pit- fl""*'- "" "-ndant. 1!. ,
vloualy said In avtdancc that he \< Bo"rl! r* ajanafenwnl sat back
had n M any rule Mr ln a I1"1 POlon
Adams, however, produced a
nine year old lelter ot Rev.
SPITFIRE COMES TO TRAFALGAR SQ.
FOR BATTLE OF BRiTAIN WEEK
ithtr of the Re\ 11 -\u-
In this caw. in which it was
stated Viat he (ftw Hoyta
ami hi mi "Linn nln .1 oon
of the rules in Panama where he
was.
Letter Received
Mr Adams said that in such
a case, the case he was riling
would hove no value If they
deliberately and with the ob-
ject of remaining in power did
not hold a meeting or got rid
of the NBragMlCBtreag with the
spot till' intention of remaining
in power, then, it would be the
dinj of nanbari of Uh
tian Mission to get an injunc-
tion and go to court.
Wo Protest
Rev. Larrtcr still .-aid he did
no', met a copy of the rules and
Mr. Adams then product,' .. ut-
ter from him which Rev. Iloyte,
Senior, received and in which
Rev. Larrier admitted having re- He hail been unable to find any
teived the lelter whieli -tated signs of a protest from anyone with
that rules wen- goal I td regard to the selling of ti.
11 *>. about UiW Mr. Adams * asking for an to haw u.-e-i the appropriate thing
explanation that Rev. L*rri-r t do A it w J6 atajing there
h*d to he assisted away by an Kitting wo:se mil wo ;e
aulsUul marshal, lie afterward* According to the evidence, they
said he remembered getting were so f;ir in debt and subscrlp-
rules about a building tee. ,n -omii.K in that it was deonhsi
to sell the press and pay Mr
Th.- Issue to be derided b> The Cole
Hon. The Vice Chancellor Is who "My contention therefore is."
was General Superin.cnd.-nl of he said, 'that up to that point.
the Christian Mission during neither siffe was conscious of any-
1949 and 1950 and who Is the ,hin* awns: wiung. but wheth-i
present General Superintendent. "iev "new it or did not. no
It has come to fhe legal point '"*Ung was properly held
of whether a meeting si which ,lnc<> ,MB
Rev. Barrow wu appointed rherc was nothing in the evi-
Gecieral Superintendent In 1949 ,,n,t' " "> the Ait to show thj,
and .at which Rev. llo>le was \ht?TV *f,?ni,!h,cr ""-"'o-i of ,le.-
In The
Legislature.
Tot fay

COUNCIL
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While a poli..main
guard tl.ru- mr. Ii.iik mam
a IV.UI- ot l.rii.un Spltn
I 11 if .i. it Sqiure l-ater
Ihr Spiilirr mil lie Joined hy a
1 Vam|iireune of Ihr latest t'|>c
London 1 I
Central Site In St. Joseph Wan let I
For Parochial Treasurer's Office
. r in. (in::
Mr. W. W Reere. K C. asw
n.iled rlth Mr. J. S. I). Dea" -
Hulch.nson ^J^S^^S^SSS. !5S
ppearing for lho othirs' notice that a meeting
was not proper) v eonvened. Ihey
uh would be very much in the soup"
if they did not take steps to ainaad
revive the Hat
ther thing whirh
and Banfteld are
Rev. Bnrrow and others.
Mr. Adims is associated
Mr. D. 11. L. Ward, instructed by
Messrs. C.i.. i-eton h Btaly. Mr. the bye-jaw
Adami will continue addressing or do some
t!ie Court to-morrow when the would make things go right
aaaa CCaUnuas. Then Mr. Reece It would be argued that th-
will nddresv meeting was properly convened.
|S but thert was hardlv snythln|
tl It 11* (wlfnleti which t Mr. Adams quoted a rule of the not l,ash w',h 'he rule for hold-
Christiun Missiun which showed 'ng the meeting
that at a meeting to elect a Gen- %r t It" *!
oral Superintendent, if a dele- V OlV iJlSUIlall/H'fl
gate voted contrary to the church *
he represented, his vote would be He now quoted the rules ami
disqualified. went on to speak on the one which
lie was holding th.nt 26 out of states that If a member voted
30 churches were for Rev. Hoyte. eOOtTBfj la Ital church he reprc-
He said. 'Eit'ier there was no sented, his vote would be disquali-
properly convened meeting for fled.
)lt46 summoned meeting and It was 'he churches sent in their nnm-
not opened to the delegates to inatlon and the nomination could
appoint anybody but only to see only be of somebody sent in by a
who received the greatest num- church. It was abundantly clear
her of nominations from the that the overwhelming mass from
church." the churches voted for Rev Hoyic
Mr. Adams *nid that the other and It was not open for any dele
side's esse was that the meeting Rate to vote otherwise
of January. I949. was a properly Not a single church had nomln-
summoned meeting for January 6. ulco" ^'*v Barrow; so he could not
The Superintendent Rev. Hoyte nave heen appointed
did not attend and the meeting wa, Rvv Ho le nad ,
adjourned for January 15. and then Bdv|ce as to the Illegality of
meeting would be held was sent and rtont throwing on Januan I
o the churehSi and to lh laic i, would, be inconceivable to think
Superintendent and Board ol thai he did not tell Rev. Ramsav
Management. They were holding as Ramsay had said he had not
that if the late Superintendent did been told, that he was not eoming
not attend, the meeting would be as he had been instructed that
carried on In his absence and 'he meeting was not in oratt
what transpired would become There was no evidence that he
v.'li'J. v would not have gone even if hi-
lt might ! good law that If the did not get the legs! advice,
directors ol a company convened "And I am submitting." he said,
a meeting p-ope iy and all were ",nal wherever there n u clah in
notified and then did not come >he evidence of the pi.:
and four were present the con- J^ e ^causcl ",' 22ft 8 con,,utt'
t ., ,t,. -.,^..u i he should be believed.
JL mCo!ln* WOUld "* Hoyte had said he was not going
because it was not a proper meet-
ing while Ramsay was s.ivitiw thsl
Hogrtt told him he. 'Hoyfe'. wBI
But he would argue that that ^"rdV"'1 h "hUld "'"^ ^"'^
;.rgument i.led on two ground... .-But Ramiav had got into th,
in the flist p ate. In hU submission wnnPM box and Dretended he did
ihe meeting originally was not not know that Rev Hoyte was
pioperly convened and secondly. Mying he was not coming'because
ii it were properly convened, what it was an Illegal meeting."
took place on January 26. wan Therefore if It were a question
farcie.'.i. It was a travesty of the of accepting one's evidence, bj hlf
l>ye-laws of that sort. conduct. HoyteN should lie accept-
As it would appear from Ray. ed before Ramsay's.
Hoyte, Baalor, BaaaUng were nt
necessarily held In January until'
1943 when the laws of procedure
were laid down in the preser.T With regard. Io th, dig.
>!-*' __ ... ^ len memlwrs, thut was done t>%
To deal with the two points.' Rev. Hoyte and the Board of M.-.-
tii" .lid. I submit that this meet- ogement. but there was not the
nig wag improperly convened and beginning of proof that R-
The St. Joseph's Vestry yr>lcrday commlttioned '''imi-
Building Committee to select a fultsblv Uld ci-ntr.i! site
for the establishment of a parochial Tl i t- :m.l
to m.ike a report with costs, back to the Vestry ."i thdl
next meetinn.
Mr. L. E. Smith. M.C.P.. made a motion i<> the elTecl which
VM carri. \ mi ,i inajority vow
-------------------------------------------------------------Mr South expressed lhe
. opinion '.''li-i the vestn
undue Influen
Board of hUnumi . ,h ,..,,
1 '..
$ ^ k ""Wn.cn H, ,.,.,
iwrish......
rMofscmtted) thaj voted wTtti .',. ,,.,iri;> ((f .,. pKgWone.
wi>re ai.noyed at having
u.wi, to I jiv taxes
!!< felt that ;i CO IU1 II
n formed ti. i
Into tin- mattar. thai
having the power t.> i home a sit.
o.ii k to the '
t\ RkStitlllg the I '
quiring the *ttc. lie
that Mr. Cox, Mr
M C i' Mi CTwart
.ind himself comprise
tin- committee.
No Committee
him
Before Hi tdan began to

Mn wai ealh >t to
. 11. | \ u 111
The 1.1
d.ivi ni station Hill ho was <
....
for eight -ears, but hi I
out ami joined the Chureh of the
: :
Hi ;.! i eling of
... I .
gave corrotoi.itiv.- evidence H.
also added that on Jamil
... Hoyta.
addressed to Elder Ramsay and
himself TWl >>
i io in tin tvenlna Tbt
LUrr u '

I'd Mi. Adams' cToss-examlna-
\ii Haynes isld thai i
with Mr. Smith, but he did not
Lhlnk it neeassary to havi
mltlee. He was of Ut>
that the building of ttn
Pi.....hla] Treasurer wa
il end he urged the t
.. h the nrmoi i u
Uor
the me. ting, but h<
tit said thai before the dati
the meeting the chun I
asking him to rei
"nice. t
II i
ed that ';!
i ro;isurer's
1 rti,. i in, Tin bui route" Altai
. little f U Mi Smith
vitbdrew his motion Dnd rlnaliv
moved that the matter be put in
the hands of the Huilding Commit-
tee This motion was carried by
majorttj
The Vestry dHHIgeed ' letter
''om the i etary re ;
in-oposed visit to the island by
Jacob Radai Msrcu>.
the Ailolpb s. (Vhs Professor of
wi-h Hi tOT) it the Hebrew
km CoUage Jewish Instltuta ol
Cincinnati ami New
Vork .mil DtnlebM of Jewish
The lelter requested the Vestry
in the P ofe im peuniraiou
lo i" iii srtaln vestry reeordi
i n lltd rescsroh in the U.S.A The Vestr>'
lo write ibe Colonial
telling him that the.
had no objection whatevei to th''
u kewlng the derh
.il gatttng the Information is
bog .iv ii did not put the Vaetry

Uw iwattim *> ' r -
I < Mallalhwi iChamuiO, Mr w n
. M|rt C" '- f.ler. Mr J A
II' Mi I
M C P Mr A P OM. Mr O K
) Q OosOMI Mr I. L
Mr II A I.-
a Reaohitat ii t ipprot
number of Bursaries which ..<
Board of industn.ii Training maj
wart emwiaUj
csadid >
v.- Ot II
exchaiiRe by the I v.
mittee ..f , parcel of land sltuat'
ftf I i) of rldgiioau n- i
' tbam I .i pared >t
land the propert) >.( Igi st,
i-phinn.
A Heolution to uppiow of the
V acquisition by the
ncutlve Commlttca
en pen hi ol lea
fliotning the lands of St. Christo-
pher's Girls School in the pur....
" Chris) Church tot nereost'
ehSOl buildings and furnishing
playgrounds for St Cln.sionn,,
School
They will hIio |K> usked to past.
a Uiii to provide '". the collec-
:"n > ' .t (ierni.u;
erienn pn.|H- ti ,nnl f
Inbutioii of the proceed* thereof
.md for iHirpiM^es connected with
the m.liters aforesaid
A Mill to amend the Cinem.i ,
raph (Bums > Films) a.i. ii*:i.-
a Bin t<> make pr
me protection ol

a bin i,, mend "
Dspartmenl a.i. wtn
a Bin |o emend the Naturalw.
Uon Art. IBIS.
HOUSt
The Houea ..f AaaamtH) wi
i Ml" -t iii 'A p in Am i |
temi -.-t .town r.,.....-,.-,;
Rai lutlon for sttw lot n
e of inaJtmc ;. loan to Mi I
I. King. .. Df moot..i v S, II. .
rh i la now In It*
ijmtet lUngdom, i.....v.-, ti
cm of hlg pggaagje fro -.ii.
lo llnrh.i.ltr-
UndiT "Private \i.
Business" Mr. Allder is expecte.
to move the pausing ol || \
In in* beaikmei the Oovarn. i
i elating to lhe pu eh.....
("June ovi i itea bi ihi
Island ..wrioi iis iihxeni .
proprlet* -
Mr M.ipp i* also expeetad
mine an Addnsi lelaiing to
iotsIK grown crofas, lad IK
IV.dllll' .... |-|;,tive Imm-
n......>
i ..... '"i
S*TS Mr Leu Km.
VH CAN Kl I.ION IT
BMO ihi IWUTBaTf ti;i:atv
Toffee
MADE IN U.K.
The Perfection of Confection
WALTERS' PAIH 1 ''ft LTD PALM WOSKt
LONDON. W 3
end in credentials gl "r's "n)cc "** h*0" t*"*-" '' \\ .. ... ci II
Wi'st Indians MioiiIiI
Represenl The W .1.
Ml ther
'.p Bmith made hn
nation of th<- \' i : i
the (i,i i*i^t OOlee, whicrl in
. m |
building it the foio.e,
of the
i1
Smith that he hud OfadS
where to the estahltxi.
Isl Office ..' the Mte
Bo
he wonted to ki how h*
perfectly
Argument fails
"Rats" Gets
12 Months
FOR STEALING PURSE
CtUfTBICSD lo IS motrthe* km- Smith) could haw
of having i
that I
had atread the fsct
. i the Parochl

novlded b) lhe pariah if
| *' lie BUM poll
th.it the Paroi hlal Trai

from his present offlu- while thu
woo.
foi Paroi hlsl Tr
aim bard labour
i.. Mr i; it Cinttith whs 4V-ycar-
ild Haynee, ilia R *
palntai * parrU Oep M
Road.
H .' ,,nd guilty of the
Of a purse containing
money, the propert) at Eiilc Mc-
Connaj of Hastings, chrisi Church
James (;m of guttk Btraai
sentenced lo ii days' imprleon- Vastry
meni bawd labour (or lhe unlawful monte
possession of a hammer Gil!, a in '
labourer, is 40-ycsrs-old.
FiRiiiiK cvibiM i ih. m- OM Pfl Offlce
quirj surrounding the death Answering Mi I
of 50-year-old Kathleen Elizabeth Mr Mmth Mid thai h
Hall of westbury Road
yesterday by Mr. G B (Jrifflth.
Coroner of District "A"
l.e Mte of the Old PO '
onue baceuea ha did
Hall Vr,lr> '" P*nd ,o1 ' "non>
JPrggg pa^t i
a considerable know-
ledge of Wot Indian affairs \ho
! Hi.if Federation, on
- hand would ti<|,t>-"
towards economic etabUU)
i. party planned thai i
as the Geneva
thai pre-
vented th,. gremlin*. Of pp I
.re products would be
i.....mdod m. that some help U I
em-ouragement eoild be given to
producers in thai connec-
tion
In addition to th..t h, beJlew
that If thine could beenacu d leg)
latlon Hut would provide loi
taxation thai would
enable Englmh capitall*Is to Inve t
theli money in the eoloi It
Mr LeuMxc-Boyd enpects to
viMt bofh Heusei of Uglglatui
Ha h'Bvi-. for Trinidad IO-
HfrW .mi will visit Hrltish
- ida and Jamah
g on before he loovas 'or bon <
' -irililh .in Tiiiirisl
I)tkVtkll>|>|||4vll VsSIM'.
For Dim-usMioii
l-OHT-OP-SI'AIN. s.|
OnpsauatMa o| !. i irm ..
Tourist Devotopmoni Absocmiu
i' lhe highlight ol Ifca i
the Third Annual ; m ra
i ii ibta ai. inn i irn Tounan
i ommlttoe to n. held n ( ^ui^
rrujiilo. Doiiiinn an Rspublk (ran
Septcmbei 17 to II
Mi. Louis S. -iUaw, {.
i D| Hie ( 1 T.C. Ill'
Pre M that the
Interim Committal
iom^lo an end on December 31.
B
INiHler (onlesl
Anuthei He.....r mi ..
v hole .11... All.. Ii A I.
with at the meet,i.,; i the juugiiu
I
. I I ..
milled two po-'i
have judged to be tin
ineb area Uw
Mbited "ti th,. wiills of Die......tni
- '..... or in an art Ulll I I
p 'ei will be iitentilli,)
her only, and en ift> 11
be devoted to asjeetlni the arirmei
of lhe first, second and tmn
Mr. Law. who left I'mt-nf-Spaii
a lew days ago, will first go lo tin
Netherlands Antilles wIh-ii- ba wll
i lid 'hseiiuions With Hi'
I mil* Antilles Tourism Commit-
Prorfl there he will g<
lo Cuidad Tim
the meetmg
y:% -,n v.
t i
Miss ai:mk-. i. ni rUpnMnUlrn
miss vvoxm: i.ioKia
i. now hen ....). 11 ., I
skin Can unil Malu U|
CoMOMMhll Tinsil;i> Sipirnihri 1 SI li
ORATIS CONSULTATIONS bj Appalntnwil
Al
KMI.III S Lid.
PHOENIX PHARMACY
.In* I li i iiiil '
I TRESH SHIPMENT OF
p I'llllW I IIOUS
ALSO
1 4HHK FEEDERS
Influence
i ii u in w) !
Hill, .1 ovtdei Thon St. yt Oe
ierday v
owner H 1
Mr. Cox agreed with M
n forming a OM mttti i
suggested that Ihi
Smith Mi Hayni Mi Oil

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PAC.R SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATR
llhllW SFPTfMBIK '.. 1*31
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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BY WALT DISNEY
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WHETHER YOU ARE A
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YOU DESIRE THE
BEST TEA SO USE
RED ROSE TEA
IT IS GOOD TEA.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
Active Kidneys
Keep You Well
Ntur*'i fiHan mt, nm4 haft
\l is OFTF_\ St'KFRISINU
how quickly backache, lumbago,
lilt limilH pilM) lUfl. fctUD| IOIDU
r.J ibc (DIIOD uriDirr
di4cn dM K> ihiah kidney
-n be ovricaue
Strong, active kidney* lafcgiawd
font health by nnM| a* uric
od ud kraM aim ow o/ tb
yuan. When kidney coon u
lr-.!rqu*ir and bill to filter the.
t -] properly, pun and liacom-
turt frequently mult.
lXn' Backache Kidney Pill*
bring happy relief by helping u>
cteanie and stimulate tbc kidney
fill en Grateful people everji*taere
if U horn good Doac'i Pull axe
^r.DOANSr
\ JISI REUIVED $
rin* Kraft Macaroni k Chr<*
Sweet Com (Small)
,. Royal Cnrtatd Powder
.. C k S Instant Coffee
Tomato Juice
Hamburger Bt^ak
Minr-d Beef It Cerftl
.. Mllo
Tono
.. Oat M-al
Pkie Corn flake-
.. All Bran
Bot- Hum Rnndwirh Spread
Pkg*. Date*
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Pkgs JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS .49 I< Jars PEANUT BUTTER .58 ...2
Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES (3 bars) .33 .91 Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .:* I
Pkgs. MIXED FRUIT .48 -48 Cakes IVORY SOAP .27 .2 1
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Worlds Finest Small-car
gives even greater value!
Famous British-Built
MORRIS MINOR
scores new success
i

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. Mid
Wit: VICW AND FIMCIH LIGHT
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AND
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FORT KOYAI, GARAGE LTD.
Phon.' 2385 Sole Distributor!
Phone 4504


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hargt wt ti ce*u* gad
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REAL ESTATE
fOB AL 4. a (,,: concern amal
HO good* buMneaa in the Cll
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c-ndlllon and rt^oiubi) v, ,-l Can
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lowland Chr'.l Church ,
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* Boar* and tninjH-n Mom*
< l< ft Apvl* Tour equal
Manager or Dial J44J
Apl'l Spring.
ELECTRICAL
lADIti Zenith Traiis-OceanK PmMble
I a. I'hone *:
15 M In
To-it.irtrt) *.i| D>r!lin|tutr fallen
UB.TUN .the ll*rr of Iht late
Mpi Noetnati Besconi dluale in
STRATIK-l.Vnt. *l M.h. The
'-" "tanda on 1S.TI0 aqiiare tret of
land, and cotnpnata Cioeed (a Her.
drav,in and t-iln| raO*n*. tWh*n J.c
a-in.in and 4 bedroom*, and bain-
Mm Garage ai l
looma in ...,l BMclrirllv. aa* and
> WMn m.i.li'.t
Irapactlon an* da*, eaeept
b, appointment *>ith Mr. M.m..i,I
Alleer. DUI MT0
I
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MaM .,i | ,io. p m
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MECHANICAL
One III Johnaon Sea Horse Out boat id
folar |n.I lo h i> Kigine condition aa new
Apply bv letter or in person to Wlamar
' SI Peter U t li tin
MISCELLANEOl'S
The undri.i, .
IIKIi Ml Ml, tinnaeton-v M I
s.-ptetnber. 1*91. al > p m
9 ACKES 3 BOODM rr.RCHES o'
i.iwi former I. p-.1 of a place callec
CMaf Ciarden, situs It In Saint Ui)
lurrlher *vlth the mi'ai^lr uj tt^elllui
\>.'
Tin- ii . Uina i>[i
Verandah. rttdMl VwMh. Dr-wlr.4
..ml Dinin* Ruonn. 4 IWdn~.. K .
*id lMntr\
Th. hajun u *irnl i-- Eleclrlciu
i-renl t. .At turned in.
".. Compj-vi Mirra paaa
,ii,ili
an. dav aaeepl Sundav.,
BdtwMn the hour- ol > p m and S p m
Tor further particular* and eondllMHia
ol t-le api I
COTTIX (-ATFORD Ik CO
T 51 Tn
HOUSES

> TfhliA'E To an apprav
Uatut. Puraiabed Houae. Uppar liai 1
Oppaatla Y-tnl and Aaualw Cluba I
' dan ,. | ., ..- . aui. ,. ajMiaJi
a ii t f
IT-AT HI-NGAI 0* Modern fur-
r.ianad Flat and Bungalow at Cocal
Sanda. Worthing. tVnn nidge Siller
Unni To an appro. <-i
Atpl. lo Alma Irakis-. No . Coral
Sand* 1- a h j
h v. * t. ,RD| s- Naw modern hou>e
3 bedroom* with .!" bowl*. Loung*
h.Mii el. *-
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hn mitiiin si
I'.iimcllu Str*e|
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N U.nager of uo.il Hotel
iieairea poallion in Harbadoa
Manager or A.xii.nl Wrll* Q J
-Cdell. e o Bank ol Bern. *i
mta Button-
al-o jeu.-l)i-.l BUltOM lr..
Ti'.r Mdern Dreaa Shoppe.
Broad Street IB 5I- 2i<
Pim.i- \otki:s
i < . .1.1 n
i-l. SltltcUl|,l
\. < djaj
COAT One I.id.'. Fur Cc.i m.1-
leiil Bargain Apply ., Trle.e Beai.lv
Halon. McGregor Street
tt.tVM t i .
HAS ST. .V ,
Aultin^tlc control Oven 3 burner* I
Vtta*] Phone
B5? .-- 3n
NOTICE
1. hereby given thai it M me mten-
li.'i ai DM Commi-l,.,,,,. ol Highway.
n( th* reapetlive pariUncn ol A.itn|
JoM-ph and Saint John lo M - la
introduced Into llir LegiaUturg o< U>t
Ularvd a BUI aulhorl.ln* Ihem Id In
I'lllS.IMI
. are ha-reby

Charla. Vllle..
kNTtOI '
Ami"
Alfred Bucket Nalhaniel Simmonda
atUtandet Bgaltle AUn Innoa-B- t'
Arthur SeelT. Jean lUrkl* Wlnilre.1
aana Sarki. foaemarM SarkH
I i iiaiai
VaWMUaLA
NBrtllini Irrna Fenna.
Ma Pennaccrilotti ELaa Val
b-.nu. Maitenrla I*i,. Car*.
C-i > Aranao Michael Arenao riiiabeth
Hall AriiotTleta I'hinntx Marganlj
I Joeenna Blan... \: I .
D,..ra. I-rancea Dicker. Robert Petti
'. Robin PettiiT.. Gail Petllgrew
A IVilarew. Nelly Alvarei MaulhH
langg, DeniH- Di.lri lati
,.
I I'fFKTtl RICO
i i;ihbott. Alhie Uahtbourn
I- ila Boa ii Philip Jackman. tali"
V FiKluie HarMn
OIOBNADA IWe Pilgiin.
DEPAKTI-RCS in IIWIAI
r< (IKtNAHA
I 'rabvth DanotnMI Ben* SUaughn
r 1^ Ot'AIRA
Alicia Uiun Armande Laan Jag
BBMt, Mwhele Uaiiart. Oon-
Balo l^aaart. Adolto Mehlier I.',
MiekgdL Juh* Molina. Zlbla Thorn-.
H. an Thorn.. Pwdro Merbowlli rUq..rl
iff Hetirr Wultl. Vk-lo. rJMMB
Orapeea. Victor Orapeia. I*edi
'! F.I.A
I
lagart, w.k... !,..
..lO 1*11.11 All<
M.nheil Na Tm.au-
Helen Th. -il, K.+ .-i
Uulfl Henry W..UI Victor Otapeta
Pedro Or-;- umh /^
-e. Mar< Zehr.r. I
Fehner
t.u TTIlNtDAD
Jovce Straughn. Vivian Bamwell
Uoane Bruce Balne Worr | I
'' Speed. J."
Fteda Sla* Angel. Barnee Roaeniaii
MaaaUh. Warren Bennett. Ida C.oddard
'harlr* Uoddard. Ilruce Oodoard God
f. rd
!
Wilfred B'ad.^4- Alfred Tl
. Tailor. Drmal T.e. Jule-
Moreau. Thelma Morawu. Mary Moraaiu.
Nigel M*tm
H Ibn.-Bootl me Clarke Btiberi
Clarke BeK-.rd Clarke. U. ..Id Clarke
Horace Clarke. Ellioii Kmr Man* Jan
- DatrM Field. rUn-.i.i Maitu- -1
Annv MallUnd. Jull H
rranco. Alble UgMBI
! ANTItJt'A
tei.i Oaajffa
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Monica Hapley
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Hi, .,l,|i. Mi- UN | H. John
lUrri* John Hurt* Jiu- ljr*>i| A.,.

John Barnatari. Ta caaraMr. amu
Hoyc* FYancia MiaalrH, CMhkeet paw-
Fae I'CKKTii r:
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li. m. Jain ii
ii,,.11
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aa. Blety Zehne*. Hoi
Zehner
RnSarii Has* Tougli
Forces
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t-mi ronndaii1'
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allow complstd rrvir*. of Ihd
I -i til-
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I tla's sbiUty to make wai camt-
I as Italy pledged for postwai
i.i-i>*jnition as a full fledgr.1

Italian Prerriier Aletdi Di
Caiperi aald n.
i.i ht- wanted to "aboli-h
C.rt A HtVI Oh
Ho s.u
. il iti bJaCk ivvimoii ol
an peace treaty with
Iiifm nieM Miiuii's Mid I
bwr'i n fai UUngi
.
frnce plan fM RunMM tWNlId M
DVtJn iiiKriil allfiilinn by De-
ftncd Mtaliwn ( apecial
Council 'iii'
fain in RotM
Than .>- Do I
miUuri rvpoii bj (he full Coun-
i il. Hut NDM Ol the MtialltT

.plain aftiii'ist inaiii'nu.iie liaison
hetwiH-n tl. ii t ..IT and Hi.- lop
British u
niilit.ii > Kniup. l*T.
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Caari -.t...
PIMPLES AND
BLACKHEAD'S
OeMklr hflpt to ttear op >... M-
Dr* Chase's Ointmenl
Mil 1AM I. POHDK.
Garden.
Michael
-'
McKei
iiraaUagj
'
detl
in my name unieea oy wrllten order
.., ..II. Ng
- MIK1F c.iiJtnt
VlIU Boad,
Si Michael
la 9 M_n

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T wPRi'^ukn. '
" GOD'S WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN "
tUtm wrile for one lo
Samuel Itnherls. f.napel
Book and Tract Service,
3. Central Avenue Han-
tor v Intend."
Ollli N I VI
SOI VIMICS
<.iis. Ontaa, Mvmk
.\nli 1 l< I tr.. Ktc.
TBAWrS
I'r. \\m. Ilry. il. :: Dial 3 I Horar Manure for garden*
large cart load ,
A Proverb.
IS 9 ll-m
I AM'til II.
F-tht .hllline*
[ UMI JUT C
>>\OI M HUMS
xceedlng ii
per annum, and the travelling aMowan
era payable to the *aid i
paetoe* of Hllhway* to a *um
rvcredln*: CIO* per annum. ..<>. n.
treaaaa to Uke effect a* Irom th* le
day of April, ItSl.
DaTFD the nth day of Sept iar,i
vfarwood a doycf:.
alii 'il-
ia 51-In
I "I.M" I I
SHIPPING NOTICES
tins rag *.), ii.muii sit
ZKALAND LINK IJMITVII
<* A N A UB8)
s S "POBT AnrtAIDi:- i* arheduled,
to -all from Hobart Septei^bei 15th. I
M-llH.irne Oclober 411. Sy.l
Iftlh. OUdatone Octobei laih Port Aim.
(Mi.,Wr BMh Briabane tviobrr fllh
gill |ag| .it Trinidad about November
il-t and Barbado* Not amber Mth
III addition t.. genvcal aarfja Uul
i hilled anJ
hart froae.i cargo
ia acre|>ted on lhnn|h Hill- t-f
a I..! Ir.neahlpment at Trinidad to
Uh Guiana. Ieward and Wi. dwi.i.l
ii fin tlMt I
II IJsl^S WITII1
p tjajTA
dan
apply
I.TD i
O LTD,
Haibado.
I..I ll.i I.I ,.| S.Ull.. Si, >.. H
111.1..,,t at a m
The M V lARIBHIX
The M V OArKWtttin -ill
aceept CanjB -"d !
SI Lutla. (ii'ii'ilt and A.nt...

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)1 W I Ill MINER "WNI'I I
ASStH'lATIltS
Tele No 404T
Ho..k Your lirdt-rs NOW l"r . .
MANILLA HOPE
. . 1 min.J shipiiii'iii iusi M.fu.tl
ii:.vih.\i ioimiiiv LTD.
ran aaao hmmo naan
Will. RMiAliTY -Barbados, Ltd.
^Mcoa,
Siram&hip Qo
9m.
'Ilivse should In- of intrrrsl
^ lo you
_____ Nrw ion K.nv.ta
' I' .MER -ii. SI., A..., ...i.m II .... ll.h *.p.r....-r .Ml
I uil. II*. S.i.,..i.Ih.. .in... B'd.M md I; Vald StOVeS "Single & Double
ilothm. el.
.ICllltK". ..f I.
i.i. hi ..n,.,
Depot
I i
Well you car
s, .... !>...
IURM1 si.,i
have them *kll-
I three hour.
Denture Repair
ISEFIL & M^KAI.
THINGS
AT nAONEY SAVING PRICES
-i Wood.
i.i IMO

i B vNJOfl A
Ml p in>
imutth. Can t.. pi '
cart sn i niATUt n,* uan

er atHl
'
LorlUtnetl ..i I llmlnv^klng HI to
IM-Bay Barly
WE ARE BUYERS
We bui anything -TAMI-t Sdrrti (o.lr.'.. | < \Rinni \n si 3rd floor. No ' .1 ~l!l, and ..i the | My *... i, s;
NOT1CK
I *U II
I V I I II III I III I I
APPUC 11 ...iv.,1 bil
rr.y ofllce up to 3 BO p m on Mondav
.
lh Pactah
i ii.m-h at a miUr> al * oo
pel n.onth
. .i teal
will not be returned, are required and
II will nol be necnaary i
lertllK-ate* ol proficiency with ihe
ealMcu but appllcaril* holding each
certificate, ahould Hate particular* ol
them in their application* and be pre-
n'Ci'iil rHlldale
before appolnlmeni lo 1
I *taI
WOOD OODOARD
. . 11... t
li.ii.l Church
IS D Sl-H
FLY
NKW ORLKANS MlMKr
AUfuM art... Bdo lath Srptembet IMI
CANAHIAN H1RVICI
-hi ........-ii
Injoy the hospitality, com-
fort and thoughtful torv-
1m which have mad* PAA
"first choice" of veloran
traveler*, the world over.
NEW YORK
Nbbm ef Ski* j s ALCOA PEOABUS-' s s "A1.COA J1IINTBH | S S "AUTOA PltaTBIM Mat Mentrral s.......In.. Arrlre. B.....I September Tlh Heptrtnbev imi< S. October Ittb i
AICOA PIIGRIM due 1 HI l.*wreiKc Hn.i l'.,tl- ** il'"11*11 ** s'" ' HI John N H
Tl.rvr v-l. have limited 1 .........'
ROBKRT TBOM LTD. APPLV>-DA rOSTA NEW TORE AND OVtLF HERTICE A CO.. LTDCANADIAN -Mi\l(r

I OvenS-Single & Double
l|..,
i In
NOTICE
F>t.i
of
1,,. ....I
L S. Wilson
MIIY ST.
DIAL 4069
Gums Bleed,
Teeth Loose!
TfWWf
i:. a Smlera
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
..I mani/M nitfn ol
ii'iiduir. u coiianwd
WITH GAS IN THE
KITCHEN HOI'SKWIFE
AMM OOKI* AUK AL-
WAYS CHEERrUL
Ttl-DAYS NFViS FLASH
AMKItlt AN* MAGAZINES
CAN M>W UK OHDERED
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS
TAKEN FOR ONE OR
MOKE YEARS.
JOHN OS'S STATIONERY
RULES POH CARPENTERS
NOW OPENED BY
I JOHNSON'S HARDWARE
I l-lI IORII tl sl.\ lilt I
NOTICE L heiebjr given thai all per-
aon* having any debt or claim upon or
affetUng the estate ol Clifford Au.Mii.
Fielda, Uta o* Harmonr Hall, Bain
Michael who died in |hl. I* and on th-
11th day of March. IS9I are hereby re-
quired lo *end in particular* of theti
claim* duly atteated lo ua Char In Carl,
ton Browne. Douglea Norman Hohliuvn
and Oeucge Ijwleiite Farmer c o llutih-
in*on 4 Banrleld. R.aicllor*. J*m Htreet
BrMiMown, on or baton the Tth day
IBM .flrr bu-h dale me
hall proceed lo distribute the aiael. or
the -aid estate among tne partle* entitled
ing regard In the debt* and
claim* only of which *e .hall then
have had notlte and that we (hall nol
he )lat>> for the a*aet( so dlstnbuted
to any permit of whose debt we shall
not have had notice ut the time of euch

AND all peraona indebted to ihe .i,l
Estate are requested lo settle theit ...
b.....t- :thout deuy
Dated Oil. ltd day of August. IMI
f'HAfll.FH fARl.TfiS IIHOWSF
liollJl AS NtlHUAN ROB1H ON
GF.OIK.i: lAWHIMli: FARMKH.
Qualified eveculor* of will of Cilff. i
Austin Fields, dtcraacd
SIM 4n
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
IIAMMKR
ir. THL'llHIlAV /
A :'
>.."
Slop Pyorrhca and
Trench Mouth
in 24 Hours
flU.Jine, rums tore moulfe. or looaa leelh
-..r, n.ai ...uaraa victim of P.orrhea or
. onch Mt'uth. or .-ma bad dlieaae thai
tils iiiih you to lou all your
.... w araar faaw t-ih nafnr*
|k -iId so that no*. *cl>niis
i ti t^vr out of >crv n.a peopu are aui-
i-rs aoanar or later lu. warned In llm*
.. I .top these 4l*ea>* hafor* It I* too late.
. .ft.* nu aot only the laea
.i.siiam aed
AQliATIC CLUB
CINEMA
a
.\OTiti:
*1 is with much regret
that the Management
announces that after
ThurstJav, St-plrmhtrr
nth
t luii < in.iiiii .. ; ;
KER TROTMAN A I'll
Aurihincrra
a II In
BBM ><><> Mum, jt.,1,,,,,1 II,)
-iiiitt tn|i i\, in.i , i ,,.
.He. i froan S-i. [uaa
Alf PAA flights In S.u- York
i .-tirpori
inarfad of La Guarr'm Fd Id
MIAMI
[Mlj Mghll MllpU ...micIkiiii
San [pim S|-,...| |8 iiJy rtoond
i >! twetakm tad bor ta m
ST. CROIK
ST. THOMAS
I iim u MtiM i .
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till*- tlllK >
Von 0|| BOW "II* FAA" It.
I i ROPI SOI Til AMERICA,
.1 UK \ Ml \l< fl llir FAIt
I \M in l.nt. iimiiili t. K afi'iinil
the woild.
For 22 years the leading
international airline-PAA
was first lo link the Amer-
icas by air, first to fly to
all six continents.
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r w -o.............
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Pan American
ittAtttO ///.'ii n \
A* H ,S liraat It Jahai
Fh*a 141
SAGUENAY TERMINALS
CANADIAN SFKVICK
Proa Halifax. VS. & Munlreal
' ItH.VCHENT
HI '.'.',
"POI.YNIVFH
ll'NPIIINfl
Fmin
U.K SKRVICK
I IVIM|M"ll nnil I.I..'. ..U
aa th-iotiet
U.K. ,\ CONTINKNTAI. SKRVICK
Aiifiils : PLANTATIONS I.IMITKI) Phone 47li:i
j; Enamel Stop Pails
I Enamel Pails
I PyreX Ware-a'argeassorlmenl
| Aluminum Saucepans
| Electric Kettles
also
| Hawkins' Electrical
Irons
with Thermostatic Heat Control.
.V/////rtV//MW/,W.V,V.'.v/.v.',',v.'.'.'.y.'.','.-.'-.
Now DiscovoFT
Saves Toolh

Akly l**e*t
eleeih --
m. (l.mi -ere
i -*t lour *.
i. a-r- (-,

be CLOSED. Due to the
small attend
Members, for quite some
Unit, the Management
tuu bi'tfi rrlurtaally
fi'tiril to make this
decision.
Owing to the lUgfl
anf' number of Cinemas now
UUg in the Island it
is not possible for tho
Club always to show
Nw F.lms as formerly;
and, as most of the Mem-
'WSra ? bei wish to see Picture
. iT.rSl J at their first si
'. ,".*- I' is not sufl
ouaaa & ronage to keep the
v :''V!Si" S Club's Cinema running.
umosan .*r^*,ri-t ;: wjjiei-*.
BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL
TKNOKKS FOR SUPPLIES
SEALED TENDERS will I. n.cived at the Hospital up to 12
O'eloah noon on Wednesday. 19th September, 1951, for supplying
unities In the following lint-* foi period of six month* from lit
October, 1951:
i 1 l FRESH ItHEAD
(2) ALCOHOL
(3) COFFINS, and providing; HEARSE for tho burial of the
dead at the Wetitburv CMtMrjf
Ml PURE FRESH MII.K DvtWMO 100 and 200 pint* a day
only.
F",n upplled on appUcation
.f tfic OiMTil H..,pital and tenner- artll
I entertained txc;. .spiled by Ihe General Hospital. I
^ PtrSBM ***Mlflrto0 iK"f jnilnnif at Ihe Hr.ie of IfrideHny llttteTl
! from two other DflrSOHj %MOm l>. pOSMM pr.ip.Tfy. expreivinp fhrt'
U-Kllnunet. to | | , A,,.r,,., fg, ,hr /uIfl|m*.| 0f Ihe
'contract.
Terms of contract and anv further particulars may be obtained
Ion application al Um OfXMTal i1
14 9.S13n. eo.d
V/.W//,V//,V,'//AW>v(( *
Friday class** at the Aquatic Club will start or, *
September.
Saturday classes on the 22nd September.
Classes are-living fi.rtr.i-" fur Ijalln-.in Dai
Fit Apply lo Miss Ransom. Telephone No 8555
1HF. BAIiBAIMIS SIIIOOI HI IHMIMi lilt.
Ladies. Won't Wait
eier I'hrjiif*
sin- ivbi itandiDjj jndn thd
iiwiiinir BUtrtda M.ixiini' in the
Rim Rovua, rounc beautiful,
ogUih, ,i won hi '<.
,-ir%' graci
i U ippi ..... m. I i K<
n.i mi-. *n-
men v/*m.....na rnad a mur-
: '.t.'.t t :,!.'.
, 'i mm f i
''veiling, and MM ini.f aOCOUnMl
was over. Krlln n<.
againalive Thai very tvsmlng
he was to COVtr her whlU taca
and ball ind go >-ack
I.tadquartM In tU tdai
wan the way of Itthat .
sort 'if thing lhat cmild ''.
in thean da>:
man who chose to serve in tl.r
inns! paelloUf .serviie in the
world rti.-v in *ravndabu
Sacral agents are utmngely in-
n ling charaetarV] and lo mm i
death Is |U I MM "f UlOM '
And " MIoIbmI KaU whom we
last heard of Ui Stnliler i
lOWfl lO the task l* plaCsflg
togethei 'in aanili
.!',.'
i i ii.ippened foi U lance
Rockie Ht
Ihlna h"t IWore he
jK-,ired. rlganitl ivho -
out trace, or :<<
bumped off, *iave c
crventd something of vast Im-
portance What bad Um
courageous Ud UtUta l(<-ki>*
ferreted out'' What WM Ihe mes-
sage lhat the unfortunate |adrj
Of the Rim !'
meant to give him
nighf Mr I' .-(gain
us in this lab
of hi* supreme gift
telling
HI HAVi: IT AT I III
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
HIMI'S NEW&9
WE HAVE 24 G.
CORRUGATED
GALVANISED SHEETS
AT
34^ p^'t
YOU'D BETTER HURRY
If You Want lo be in on This
f EISTH. I h iMIUHUI M
(Comer ol Broad & Tudor Streets)


PACE FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1951
Barbados Brings Back The Bacon
Intermediate Players
Put Lp Stern Fights
.. re played a.s tiki I
U ^ 'ii' iris. >i efwiaad >>n Saturday Play wan no!
possible at Boarded Hall where Cable &* Wireless were t<
ROSS WEARS HS FATHERS CAP
have met Pickwick owing t<>
""
i baited Mrs
and knocked up 1JS after bat inn k.
bad start They were four runs
\ partssar-j
lOOfe the total to 40
roc t
|
47 Armstrong knock'
jp 21, and C Spooner 10 run out
Il*>.- r. '
ted thfdj^
KnlftU S--T1I HOWT1 niiKBii
MkM* for 88*
runt while Carter, who howled 12* *
tor 3*. t^
it first innings Mental Hob-
.r 83 for the loss of
\vtcket* V (loyce
impaired wickei
BOW UNO ANA I. VSIS
s ,i .... i H>
Uwu ii in
wA.nnr.ninn m in"*
* b C KkMinri
Piter* b C Sklnr*.
- ii c akini-i
*. Mr-lf.-i'1
sheet* c ont.,v- r, c aliaaw
Roll* t i U H..J. Ibw N UMIord
I'elUrw-n t> W.<
HL Proverb, c k*r b Medlar*
Nictnill. not uut
M. ANAt.
r- p .1 .i
Boycsj scored it batora 5
Bk n
Woml
1
v it ^-k", ......
i .n< ** .. r\< fcl
could open hl.'PJv Ti. -
in andfli *""" '
i "lark.
r* alow but
ha
-,
fan i. naj

u
took thice
mddntt (or 11 ran Spooner and
h for 14 nnd
"mI\ .
' '" *
it tan h.itu-d first and made 888*
M. L. Wo 18. C
IS. rai
i rsa- s 13.
i
down II h Hva W n-k- n.. >,.
\ Lewis captured f*
......Fta
..ml 18 w.ru
SfkBl" (Ml the Il ,\ .
team for '!>. I

scored .17 SS2*JL ,
fbe i oil bat '"
M i B ReHe II '^.t_.l,_
C. Skinner and N. Medfoi.1
blc foi thi collaj i
Bag taaun
overs, of which two wars maidens
aud took five wickets for 28 run*.
Mod ford, who "iil<- howled four
- .k four wickets for six
Windward met the B '
Regiment at tha Qanlaon, Wind-
ward batted first and made M
SB, M.
Farmei uiui l(. Atkinson made 18

ii .. 1 m II. *
IiuWIIM; ANALYSIS
2 Cups Coming Buck Home:
Men, Ladies Win Tests
Bv I'M I KMIH
r-ORT-Or'-Sl'AIN. Sept. 17.
The touring Barbados iraur p<-
Second Test Kme at the Trinidad Yacht Club this .-"fur-
noon. Tin; Barbados men than
which thi* Hist u-.in from Trinidad in January 1950 and the
ladies will be returning home with tl lp winch
they lost toTnni.iail lad November i- Ifi.il.ados
Ri-ulL *rr Birh*d*> l-iale
four. Irlnldad LMltrt . lUrfc,*^ after, llarbados
Mrn 1; TrleMa. Mrn 2. "'
In. ladWf ganui w not '**' '' '
. ured
half um.. Jean Chandler follow-
1 Keds Agard int.
. ;.ing from the
t |o get offside. Agard
offside by tne
jnd he was brought out
Ibi 81
i i

fllUMBWl
-ft Man-
BarbadkM
ii. 'I
two tn succession M
1'ilcher netted the fourth foal
tboul 3o -
bar third.
Play continued lo be Bio*
:-.
Tm
bar and tt'< i .me imei
W ri.m too tai awny frun the thp V]ll(111, antl The B
aonl. Barbados Ladle- ..ntage ot
i m contin-
.. ,i u sand In well placed ahots
i hrb to
Mil <
The men's
K a m e opened
. i rifle pace
and Trinidad had
t h e Barbados
antad for
the majority cf

Finally i;
who was elnsi ii
rod a
i --

BOY at the wick*t wnanng n suWtraBaa i ,
year old Hon of Ben Burnett. AHttraI.au Test wi
plays I'. i I aflar Australia
ory, kill**' ! Uit wr. Hi- fattiM Bi .
for him LES
lot keeper, who now
i
line tru -
Batn
r.u ..i -ki- i i i t* *-i<
-43. S4T. 747.
HOWI.INO ANALVWt

Hiley took the six wickets for 25

lo knock
aeond
ali n
id with m Edithiil. Hwtehinaoft
and Gill took Ihn >
fni 4. 11 and 11 raapectlvffls*.
taadlruj n runs for victory,
Ida 24 (or
the loan of one wicket to win by
nine wickets and 13 runs.
Wanderer* pli
t. butted tlrst
I..1 made 92 rani C A Pierce
'.* *......"< x-""^1 3(l- Robtaaaai 17 and ft
2nd M Irirkrl:
Rain Kept
Scores Low
and before hi-
'ipponent could ^^
jet to Into smash- mf
til the ball intil*"
the net*
1 II ll.iniiistri
a-hO has 'i;
made a dan/ling n
. '
shot from clow in. Fvelyn is tin
youngest member at the
along with Geoffrey Fostar lias
been an outstanding^ defence
I
Hex Ickfteill It flrat
,i,ii tha vetnt.. but tha majority Wit ridrnmad
'il!i lhc b*r or *" brou'ht safely
trai by no-ikcepcr
Maurice Foster.
their ra-
I
'i malea In (rani ot the Barbados
KM a great
o%aiion (roan tha crowd for thi*

m "tidi to gn
up (or the final
swim down. The bull u tii.iin.l
in midlU'ld until the end of the
., n d Johnny
must be
;iven full marks
Kcnl

centred
find the


THE S, i, the S.v-
i mi Saturday at the various
below the
majority i
ntit expecte the most successful
i an%, took
four for 16 Watts lik two (or
l'luUips, Parris and the
Clarke Top Of The
League Table
-....I,, ....
I H.irris,,,,
^ r,Jn. S" r.*?Ji 'Tl-* i lf'- Ban rtt took three for 13
Col-
Rod
turned out for Trinidad
;*n inspired game.
oaJa awam Ti i
lacked late in llrst half and
I I bad t high "lie to
goalkeeper Foster who caught 11
lanced, taking
rito the goal
respective!.*
In icpl.v Regiment are no far
63 for the loss of .-even \v: ket.
I'hiihp- topacorad aitk Ii,
.v 15 not out.
| (or Windward R. M
Farmer took four for 31 and
Thornton two for 10. H. M Pax-
mer took one ;
MENTAL Huai'tTAI. v. EMPIRE
EMI'inC 1.1 ln.rn.4T.
' HllTTu*H I
r. Taylor
i
Knmlit
M. Armilroni Ibw V CBrtM
. Barrv> viu,i.,i B Knishi

II Wilvoi. i(
1. Harris n-t
rU- :
Comboraaara skhool U i
to Pollea iv
first and knocked up 79 for the
VICTOR BEL1, of George Park loaa of eight wick.'
red 93 runs against Starwick In Ing their t\rst irmums otMM Tay-
B.C.L. llxtm. LU ii lor. opening batsman to tha
iHtUtar his team's rlr i t'onstnl!- with 3
The
. m b
ho
b V
Knlaht
Tolal ;
ii
' .
BOW UNO ANALYSIS
o. at.
KnmM a j
K. MrLax-l 4 M
a. apriita-* i i i
M Ci.i I 10
K Stoek 1 1
MENTAL HOaTCTAt li Innlna.
MB pnotist
I i .
an -il-I ki-
innings score to l&O, which war whlla s Howard
enough to defeat their opponent.- only other batsman to
Starwick, In reply, made 35 aial double figures was Denny
in their second venture vvas howl- made an undefeated ten
vd out for 31. Pacer Burke of Brathwaite was the most siic-
St.trwtek took Bed's wteket cagflful howler for the >cl.
An excellent bowling parform- He sent down II overs and cap-
ance In the BarjM ".is turned In lured seven wickets lor 34 runs.
n% .s. ,.ij r Gt-.'igc Park arbo look PhUUpi took tha o8jm alekal
ll wickets for 21 runs in the an-
tiro match. He took 6 (or 16 in Combcrmcrc In reply
the first Innings and 5 for 3 in bowled out to "''.> runs Tudiir
the second lopscored with a lighting 10 A
George Park, pUyin| in the partnership between Tudor an Central Division of the B.C.I-. Mr. Ilughen was the best for tin
heads that division's tahle with 2h tc.m 11 aodrM B nuw bafort
points Tudor was caught by Denny off
Smith. Mr Hughe. BCOnd tin
'.'
Howling for Police F. Taylor

LONDON. Sept. 16 .,[|er semnng down nhv 0
Tha raaultj oi Rufl nd Baaly took I
playad on Baturday In tha Uniiad PoUci hai tlrst innings lead of
Kingdom follow: 17 runs.
Barrow 12, Halifax Hi
IB. York I 17. Halle* Km| Ira Thi
22. Huddanflald :i" Bradford '" < "'; '
rn 13. Hull ICjnaBton !(" wl
ers 24. V<-sir* ratQM Hovera 14.
Kuiilis Kcsults
Bapt
c. I i
i
HuHS*et . Card-lf Wf ih 1 ,
Bwinton ; lavcpooi City _. lmi| ,,. ... KlllItin tPpllwl w
16; Oldhani 13. St
i ! tlr^t innings
20 for the loss of one wickei
Y.M.P.1 at Foa-
ter't. Y.H.rc batted first and
made 52 R I'rterkln ti
0 I lllkM look four for
1( ami K Thornton three for 24
The home team replied with 70
K. Gordon contributed a valuable
30. For VMPl' o Burfca t<^>k
10 and Q, Archei two
without any runs being scored off
him.
In their second inning- V M l'<
,.ie ik to tha loaa of four wickets.
Tha toai wicketa were taken by
G Gilkes for ten runs
l.rrward va. Y.M.P.C
al Fuster'k
I and (for the ton
of four wicketa) 18. Leeward 70.
i nil .1 w Kmpircal Vauchise
fl and (to I
rts) 9? i oi|... M
1 imiheriner.- \s. PotatM
at C'mnbermere

(8. Coml>ermerc 6:'
College vs. Wanderers
at Ciillrer
'
'
(aril.hi *- Lotsn i CatriCon
I 'niton CM
Um
N

ed with

UI
K. MiLnid Ibw. Prr-cod
Total-
i -l. I
| I .. t...
OWI IMG
,
SHAIITAN
Ij.*!..- I.
.- ...I b nraai
_ b

Whitah
Helen's 7; Sulford 31. Rochdale wtU ,,1,,,.. eluded
Hornets 1U. Wakefteld Trinity 1! M%) two toll
Wigan 37. Widnes 17. Belle Vue skOOla madl W Hi
Rangers 6; Workmgton Town H M(-, Bowltni l Cent]
Wairaaoton 13 per i. <> W to 30
Another mat. ii w..- Keujhley 46 and C Uli
YstradgyniaN n t'.l". In thcli iecond innloj
are "
Patrick ti
17 a n.uke look ton
mni
Outriiilil Win
i
.
il bowled
out for 32 Mr. Til
Por Carl
dfhlll fii
to1 II. 1 Ifhl ovai

..1 b) C
Carlton *tti1 in and repiie i
with 88 (W tha Ii I
itt'larrd. Keiin* Huiel
ith SI Whlla 1' Km.....
aw i) n. wUn to Lo I
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
Froin CodrlngtOD Rainfall: nil. Total Rainfall for mouth to date: I M 1H
Highest Temperatuie B8JJ T Lowest TelUprratnie ISJI *F Wind Velocity: miUa par hour Bsiometer: (1 a.m.) 20.911 (a p.ml 88488.
They'll Do Ic livery rime
By Jimmy Hatlo |
What's On
Today
Barbados Camera Club Exhlhl
tion -in a.m. to 0 p.m.
Lower Courts and Court of
Original Jurisdiction 10
i.
Mfcung of the Leglslatfre
Council 2 pa
Meeting of Uio Hou-e o!
Assembly .f p m
Police Baud at the Mont.l
Hospital I p.m.
Water Polo *t the Aquatn-
Club Barracuda* V. Snap
per*. Bonl tan v. Police I
pm
Oramophone Recital It tha
British Council 8.1.1 p.m
'Thr
a a
I'll-.
B.-1I..1
..l In K.rr. I B.l
I ii. li-.-l.i ( .. i. -....,
'"' ""I ill -' S-m
aaaam i ia wh.1- ii*n
Uv..
i-ipiie imfnexi WWea>a
II...I \ Iltk.l
a *.
tVM

... far.
Thai ii perhaps *> ince
.iking I
... adera
With banaion ihe seri*
. ilnchad In bna H IkM
fnvour Ince mai tind true form i
the third and Anal Test
r

ifttl
CurbYourPiles
.1 la no li.imer aeceaaary to aufT-r
pulfia, 1',-iiim >m toriurii froBi Itlai
inreilie dUt-overy ol Myte (form.r;,
buuarn cmnarnl>. Kytaa luni t.i
*"rN In 14 it Iiumm and boi aahj atQH
ii. ae.it) but b:o uku ei Use awafi-
. > > '..Vnl.n.lco"i(4U.r..
Irritation triarehy carblivg tther tTOu-
r u'heellte.dari .
he '^oii!
gearaataa Hytew mun eiop yeur BOa
palT'i n'1 truublre or money feaah ea
Here is what to do
after
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Too much good food nnd drink*
Try Alkn-Seltxer and aoe how much
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Keep a supply of Alka-
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THAI I OH V
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