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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1951 Weekes, Walcott Score 1,000 Runs X^:2^Z V s^ v \*VINGs —And Take 50 Wkls. Karl. In League Cricket Season Lowson Can Become England's \o. 1 Immigration >~~r j lit HKl ( I. II \-lKIOnlv ihrec cricketers ililltl %  LANCASHIRE, Boot, s. Ihc Central Lam tO wicketi in the season wl Tlmg asore Evavtan %  %  %  PaJcoti of Enfleld. ind Hit* thud player we* Denlson, Todmorden'i English professional. Tbi< u duclow i In ClydW;tl. t on 1M Le.itaie ramta. before his departure for H'rrkrV Itcrord I tori Wwkw. Racup's belovad prof* lui Ins. Iha eouraa When 1 I than waa l i.l round the ground as, mainly by MHH1< wit:, ha panMcKenley Beaten In l.oililoil WASHINGTON. Sept 2" ;IK delc! %  i U the N.itham (though Economic Confer heen in la-* I Thursday thai grod 10 continue 10 %  I game* .it Howortti (nil % %  '• %  IOCI the flow Ol immire ihc remnants of IIM prati '< %  to the tncfeel aaaoa Bu hi bowling even more tl ail induslaki %  ini lha freak] annas of iUtui and agricultural production. Inqucl on ip| %  %  t i n s %  (chosen for EnKlanil>.lolfk lally opened H the sessio i mlase* Ihe list Jy four place*, at Young (still perhaps England'*;of tha fcoard of Governors of the YEAST-V1TE %  i waning ye..r Averagi *. I U everything. Fi .* next .If*iitr tinf.-.t That of late he ha* Bedeer, was tutti' if KOfWi selectors had w lr* best --low left-hander i. Trueman, 1 A merit %  RldCWej I Wardle 1 just ouuide the first 12. i place more vak I -.... O,. It ,,. i s w an %  %  fir*! U . >.s. .trot 19 li. n, V. K.i.l. %  Mill III :X %  | %  D ) |( T .ui ..( condition. All ths | ea. 4. L < be turned oui In Lond A 6. J. -iaht for an athktit | ed his nrd 0,470 organised by Jamaican Ai" IT I ; %  ••!>. I". F C runs) there was a big cheer, and Wint n. ;iirt of r>,. I Onrdner. II. W. 0 A ParkJ the Nelson playen COn*rtoUled uaf Fund, and il %  %  %  %  Mixed with him 0 'i the heal batsmen < %  : ueaten into -econd place in th< :he world', Weakea ha WO by Englishman. T. 1. Hbjglna bornmEn. ftaished so ditiraseed that tor |, k 1 h *" !" i after t ike' jof,. ,\ „ %  i. p n. urc v-;.I..->IK i Compton. S. I bar Wast J j 4, h oe-ien bj '( should net bava run, really," Huiton 0 J. V Wilson I i 8 griaaacJng ovei rtoi N Bnepperd I" W Oi % %  1 too .r [kin, 10, H T Simpson, 11. G. routing the side with 8 yards, but cominf Into the atralghi A If somethinf %  >' %  ""'' %  ,li "' ' %  '' tM %  '• th pped on ma and 1 could ben 1 tU keap going to 1 —-—_ %  u "* K' nicy's atralghi entt Ol three yards v. IV f* 5 ^ "'," K ," bl t wa ^Sr •hittkm onwn by fas) finlshtn nshlp trophy, tart th. .,„. |>ol|ll i [lapse w,is pn i the tape and lo^^ 4 Idei lag UM |ni h ol Btoanj and cold ondltlong, Alter the race. McKcnlev the "exclii'l1M (50 or more wtefcettt> * , hopes for the I ug by Vta-kuhlre and CHemj full 01 I0 T W < %  %  f '"' '"'"'f 1 I Itogethci lil: 11. A] 1 e depended U .1 pointer to Statham. a. A v Bew i : I form But the) do lad i -, K H Okl R %  lieanng a good m %  crop of fin 11 Munccr. | retl than that 0 %  iAusnaUa last Fel ruary, i win and HoUki . i —l„E.K. PUuncul and DcvclIsrael i>nw>nng the the| Israel independence bond issue. | — r.r. The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B If you hsve s psin you aWl h*v< 'V ""^T f**'* M '' l,# ^ .hit to uc You must use YbAS r-Vl I b ; pCIIPVP^ J Tabkm YF.AST-V1TE .. ihc ONLY pain 5 KtUtVti s rflifvciwhichALSOcnuuttCheionicNiumin s YOUR PAIN J B.. You will be overjoyed snih ihe result, "i our s j, cm Mllesnish quickly, and you'U feel ever -.o ^ ... ure „ rt ? much beiifr. J MAKfci fUU v For HEaDACHEl. NCHVE PAINS, ; f £El vVELL \ COLDS. CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS 5 ; ri< 11 xi) livals. E.* : light !ln 1 tlvi %  \. until 7 o'clock did jy the Leiiguc ofAclali know where to What ,i disappoint. merit for N. Inofl %  I I was due to u B.WXWiUNotHaTf A Combint'if Team by ll-yaar-oad Uloria PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept, II. Brll not be repreeanted %  lha Olympic Qamaa to le bald W..r!d Olympics al Hi 111.11 %  %  noi political 11I1 .i> (rom the Olympic Following 1 p^otnted out by 1 J3 ''' rayio, wh o-.rr.-vi tha British West ihe winnen of Ihe Worsli < up : u "'> madloliia ir foui y* uuon s •' %  1 Ho 1 I'II. London rstiituti.ms fctm t|<( On behalf of the Hacup ciul., ,u CM brought -j._ n \ """ %  %  "•= '••" '" hrtp " %  u,..'. tha Waal KdK. are moving %  iV wireles, -t to ; '" nf am 1 1 j ,,, Ulc ,,„,„„„, () raderation and Mrs. Weekes to maik in. '• -'ic. s top sprinters. ,,.„, .„ n; ,, u drafted ,. consutubraaklng hia own League. McUonahl Ilaik-y and Arth.ir f|l .. mvl nni' of ihe wmt stn 1 Colonkw had aln %  ..S'm in thair avanti t,. nuuta mmei '.. ition In i li but the with their second icca .% %  <-* •• tnu> West Indian affair international Hi the saki of the masterly style. Ramsfaottom !<>-: I %  *'* fund They H || pul u,II .Vuliaiunicii then Indian [srofee"'" then work and besides draw-ion;ii 1. [ %  bja raapanse from the crowd foOoweri did nut put up much when Wet Indian Stum CoUoctioni they cai lied warm 8 runs. Ciydu Wulcotl look, 8 l '"'nks from Sir John Hoggins. wickets lor m iun* m 1a over. Chairman of the ttelief Fund, thus completing bis 50 wickets fur ,, a'*" dispelled any idea th. the KOHson. There u kb throe 'n-ney was not needed now that playei* lr tali Laeeue. who ""' tlMl1 -' 1 CJvaiuneni had an, 000 runs and MI adokers ""•'"•^ It" conerlbution. Jach aolomon this geaon Waakes rValcott and 'The cnivinnn-ni sum n..n i. Todrnorden's b^igllgh s '"' '"' %  Um lt n ' struction and retiaDUltatk r %  i mmr *' 1 "" """ %  " %  lller tailing 0r.ldecl.Md.tlWI *' ,.„„, (r „ wd gumfl lha .0 took 1 ,„„.,,„„ „ h „,, ,„.|,l .,, M,„. -: ml 1 -lined lull before '. MM' UKBIII.I Tixliuuldch niMhir..!! tawliiig allack and collaiaedI for ||, ,..of Ihe crtlectkgB would o^ IIMI!. M bowlod for |„. |t, 1 IV ljr M Dlll „ ls K*. j? 1 ?" M rU d le F A. Il„-v,.,l Ihgl 11 "ill •,ll II,,' '•ilrt n. K-oi-ed II .,. total liom Ihe ,pi'.,l nul II 1 exp..ill .1.. U'lU'i lux! >•„,'. ^ -_^___ haying nv re i Koei lei Arthur Peall says: led. Cockall Defends Title Next Month DON COCKBLL, llntish 0gt| beevywetehi champion, will d< 1 Mil. .u-..mi t Albert Fine Cloydiill) ,il H..lTlll,'..i> i'H <>' >' Both managers have accepted | the lerms otTered *by promot K.i.i la Thomas (Mart* defend bis welterwetgnl t against Wall) Tin 1 the lull Anothoi Weal Indian In the 1 uiflit wag Bruce Pnlraudaau, who acored y sgalnat Riahtoi 11 Ing hi 1 b to 174. ihu< old Burnlej 1 U hatting record Kan Hnk.nd.. playing fo, %  n 'ii tha Ribblasdah La •cored il nglnsj hi Bte !< %  H8H for the His club came /mirth In the Hibui Blackpool basni 1 TinCentral Lanceshlre Lgesnjo imisiied on the flrsl .i*r. THESE DOUBLES' ARE A BIG RISK What's On Today exhibition of Photograph* by the Bsrbsdos Camera Chili at the Musruni Id a.m.—C p.m. Police Courts and Court of Appeal10.O0 s.m Film Hliow for AdultBrlll'ti Hews, Your Cluhliru %  Kyi" St. Paut't Csthadrsl and 1'iui On The Rim at the BrlU^li Council. "Wakafleld" &.00 p.m. > IMS. BAnLE OF THE CENTURY II Is WIIHTIf IIOI'BI.I llll I'KII I llul He are ('hunting USUAL HUCSB .. thai I \ir\liod\ Will Be Able Tl. See This OlMl Sh„ 10 ROUNDS Id FAST ACIIO.V .MI I'llllll I S Mi: Tilt KICillT BLOW BV BI.IIH IMTII llll KNOI KIIOMN AMI IIIOIIl.ll.llls — IN — SLOW MOTIOX PLAZA THEATRES t TO-IIAV (Iritliiyl • Many •UIMD are euhject 10 weak, a.Lii'i hack. Often the kMnrya are In blame, fur y.mr kidney*, •thing with I be Ltnr, nml filter ul im|Hiritiia from llio lil %  thing hi..k look l hulk y-ur krfnm mi'l liver. That' %  why Conadiana hnvr bwn rrlving on lit. Chaae's Kidney lJ\-er Tilt for ovw hull o-mury. inve> your ttvitem a chance to work prnperlv. Trv Dr. Chase's Ki.liwy-Ijvfr Cilia ldv. The nama "Dr. Otaau" >* vour aaaurance Dr. Chase's KIDNEV-LIVEB PILLS SpDJtiA Caatuutfu wm IIIIIIM.I:IO%V\... :: to 1 i"i and I SO p n 1 • iing Sal and Bun. 1 H 3U p m %  Tun A Wed 11 % %  11 Lit and 8.311 pjn, %  1 hi Action Veatura fr#& LARAINE DAY ROBERT RYAN JOHN AGAR t.:m and n.:w p.m. end coiitinuinu Daily AhW The Double Bill BEAT THE BAND wilh Frances LANOFOBD Ralpb EDWARDS ('.en.KRUI'A and his Orchestra and The very latest in i.isliimis from %  the best Enlish manufacturers. We have them in a variety of shades to suit individual tastes. Check and Hen Ingbone designs. HUC88 per Yard from $5.30 to $13.15 Matnificenl Pholo Csrdi el Modern Biitish Can! Try *flS> Uaf f 2 ? FIAKES." l..r, l-ounct pecltel eoitu.ii t pkoto uidi. CFall set, 40 cd. r CAVE SHEPHERD Ck Co., Ltd. 10—13. Broad St. v'.v,v.v,vr.'.v.'.v.',v.v.V/V//V. I BE WISE ECONOMISE | USE RIIWR ATVITF. VAA Enjoy the hospitalify, comfort and thoughtful service which have made PAA "first choice" of veteran travelers the world over. NEW YORK II..(in 1. ting fiir.1 lS-lay. m now In I a P %  ttWi Irani S All PAA fUgl I lo IfeW York I llrpofl 1'isiead 0/ La Cuardia Field MIAMI n.1 'l'-'.|V,' 1 1 im 1. i ST. CROIX ST. THOMAS *v.iti O m : 1 1 Dnvi tut ut deeai s %  th 1 \ \' t< SOI III AMI Kit \ MUM \ Ml Ml (I. i| lr y\\\ KAST-in rj around 11 %  world. For 77 years the leading international airline-PAA was first lo link the Amerby air. first to fly to oil six continents. PAN AMERICAN If'>////> 1/rVI'. It\ DA COMTA g i LTD. Broad SI — Bridget.." n PtosaM lltJ (Aflat hiclnetw hour—?33) AMI-CORROSIVE I'VINP IMK PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON ANII STEEL ClOES FARTHEST — LASTS LONGEST One Gallon v. ill enver SIKI— 1.INNI sq. It Supplied in • PERMANENT GREEN RED. BLACK. GREY in Tins of Imperial Measure. New Storks Jusl Received 'Phone MM ::: Agents. V/ILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. 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IRlim -I I'll MBEB 21. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE T1IBEF. W.I. Granted $96, 710 By CD. & W. Grenada Gets 955,000 Tor Fisheries %  %  nada lo impn-v .'. %  r\gj C20.T4S %  %  • %  emolumentCTy Officer up In March 1SS6. the C -fO(M fully dtvkmt nch u luiptnent of a fi*h stcr* at GmiyBvp STEWART FEEDS THE DUIKER 1 %  beats and transfer them %  I boat. It will %  i depth equipment [< (or ihe Information uahed ici ill greatly facilitate tl a Ih) Asfiing industt %  i iied on %  .illy when the boa!" ivturn late in the day. as Of %  %  b| the lucrative mink. St. George's in good I %  Huh overnight except the untatll rated : nets HI Ihi The scheme also pKM the com) experiment? %  'with !i-hB| and the fostering nf such minor Industrie' M lurtlr Hrove oysters, and shell fish Ko.ids And Airfield* The BBCOCld rrf the three grunt* approved in August nM "i>e >l £7,434 ($35.6831 for the const rucii. m i f raw* i roadj in St. Lucia. This supplements pravtolll priin^ totalling gome LIS.OOU ($86.0110). and provides lor the 1 three Upper trucks .mil DIM B i truck, and ll • fo? l*'o %  %  : reman The third grai it (10,971), the fee and travelling expenses paid lo n tirtn %  %  %  %  ( relic undlni Windward and Leeward Islands. These liner total approved for the Wi I %  1i. 1951 to £ 873.835 ($3234.40H). and Ihe 1940 • I i IB? %  %  I LOOK YOUR BEST :-<7-h!/-yrar-. Jeetit the tlutker antelope—nut ol ih, m l Hiiulii Teacher* Man irrested Object To Hostels For Forged Notes illi-"ii 0>B li(iHni"' PORT* f'-sr AI\. ~. Hindu tin now undergoing a two-year training .1 M .' %  !.; % %  %  %  Ing College, Port-of-Sp-m are ring in .. Christian ho-rtcl not onl;. gtnus grounds, but alto mi BC.mitit of the type of meals proVldt 'I Thev t.. have received an from the i>Education. Matlna; that their cclled if Om di-l not lake up %  s. I The note 1 %  decision was made in it(hi later "f Education, and 11 %  led to th t:rade B edu. ... h iv understood however, that the Hen Bhadaae Saggan MaraJ ha "fit reo these rtuew nt kUon where they their own boarding ind pursue %  ||ef %  ill" <>"• !* %  Oarnaaaaasaai PORT-4 P-8PAIN Bap) 1" %  I %  : lib UM 1 %  %  new cui%  During; the week M .1 %  \.i ..I L Msrvit Studio* As a result .• 1 %  .. for reguli rhkh will be ulllired foi %  Hollywood tii 1 anting ituatJ 1 n %  Bhni to meet the unexpected b I Movie lnduatriai Muevo ihe two entertainment mediuma ncaa operate in an unofficial nlhanee tn mutual IHI ".. Repul lie at % %  i-een the %  i pany |o adjust it % %  during the ihrei will have profited about S12.000.000 via movies to televtal tnrjughoul the I' I — If. Your hair will be handsomer by *jr when you tre.it IT to Russia Kngnj'.wl In l\ i.ln.ii ipinv SAN PRANCI8CO, Sepl. 19. Laadeta uf the Arnerlcan t %  twn of Labour put before ehorging %  1; ( man]. %  upon ihe U.N. lo launch %  full bains 1 foi Introduction ; %  the AKI.. Cl 1 vei tlon here II Mill he 1 \ % %  1. European Indudlnc Irving Brown "im hai been I free 1 unloi Brown told reporters thai m.itai lal baa beet re beiuK froni theii Gen %  and elsewhere ll ited behind the Iron Curtain.—(C.IM Hold Hoir To Wvt\ Or man Countrs* HOLLYWOOD. SflPt IH \1 l, .V.. Klaliet l'-'t %  '. VL.11 III Nlriili^t-K (litnMnc*Mi mtif I I Bl Wife of Nicky Hilton. Mfai I 1 real Count* 1 Weatpnalui 1,1 Hilton would wed 1..... %  1 next fanuai 1 1 P c.o.L. Goes 1 p Bi 6 I'oinls In Tl*l' PORT-Or-SPAIM Sapl 11 The 1 u t of Ut ll 1 month— %  1 e| of relall prices ->f cbHhlng Of the in 1 1. 1. i.> work%  In in -tids last and aboul ibovo the isj i 1 "i idna %  • hither on sn averare 1935. Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay u 1 rh Uirill* M Bn II M PTM • I %  %  1...,*. *•' F '%  I ...... %  ' %  Ben 1.. Nlalpha. s. w ,%m i U| in •ca. nt" 1 M Mif '"h Philip H Ii. %  1 \ninvAi s r %  .: ion n • 1 1 ... Phiim .. . lUHPH Vin Hn d Harr Tonic. Just use a few drops a day..-then see the difference! Buy %  bottle today! Vaseline^ .1 %  tax Hal 1 Korea Is Firsl . fndo-Chlna probably will get gnu il fanerlb in arms shipment!' unh ('ruled Nations I II'' CANADA CONTINUES ARMS ALIGNMENT WITH BfilTAIN OTTAWA. Sepl 19 • I, line its ll.idttli.li,>l iinlil.it SSdesplte %  t to i\marwan menl announcement I 1 night thai the Army hat been ou ptaMre I %  ? movement In Nn: Howevej 11 ii" ams was announced Conodu1 pad wHn t r ited States forces when il %  tt to (-.nope.—tC.P.I SEA WELL J'mm BniTLHII HI'IANA %  haroi 1. p nirfcni. r I H .. ... Tit TWIMPMi %  I %  1 M>r>i RATES OF EXCHANGK YOU'LL ENJOY IT TOO!! MURRAYS MILK STOUT • IVs Refreshing • It's Sustaining • It's the Best SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS & CLUB &f MANNING A to.. Ltd.-\*..K. st ar —tii is, ... %  Sifcht l)i |f|i %  %  . nvai 'Tea me doctor . (\m 1 rnliirf>tii hrlft m healing? 'otindJ heal of their OWfl RCt 1 v\ hVtl they arc kept free from tht (•erms th;it CAUH I ptu Infection. To keep wound* in the hanmlth) 1 Mini ii 11 fur haatllng, SUffCOfU have lor yearn relied upon ' tnl'. This ruihlcaa tlci•royer al gtftnt i- non-poi' 11 .u, penile and sale mi human fjasjtaaal. While it dUi id Cta the \MHIIH1, 'Dtflol' leaves the living littaucs 111 l.iuiagej 10 COffltlflUd the natural processes of safe mid .apid repair. D E T T O L IHE BODFIN NllllrilC — II Mil! Ill All GLOSS VARNISH M I'UFMK IN QUALtTT AND FINISH hi QALV. till. CANS I. 2 5 Q|M Site* Iinorporjlrd IMS i. BERBER! Lid. 10


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1M.I 101 R BARHWIO^ ADVOCATE !'* I !• AIIMlU FRIDAY M I'll MBIR 21, 19.-.I BARBADOS SJS# ADVtKnTE t-l i %  >•• M.. I I rlSSt* Noni.mlu-r U, ItSI CM I ION M I llll THE anxietj of ih< average Barbadian for asnploymenl in thai island or any place in the become proverbial and it might be thai this strong (tain •Jit BCtiviUn ol certain CCffe* %  iployWithin the last few month?.tppluntiui >ent to many people in Hi's island inviting thetn to pay a registration re %  • m eontad with far: | i or fariiu'is in Bngland or in the United TtaS) fuim also invites the applicant l<> supply a personal description i. cei i-nii ousstioi u i< their ability to furnish passages or n i a in other forma ol employment. It would be Ideal if some agency could eecure foi Barbadia "f entntayment which ve baffled the wisdom of legislators and eluded the enei ot Bjovernmenta In the WeM Indies and the Colonial On Howi in %  i might be dividual* >i private fftrmg to attempt to %  %  ploj menl al what aaoTna to be ridiculous!) low coat, it must appear even to (h> lacts that when goveramentg and ornarilserJ bodies fail | %  ma of employment for them the task is not as easy as it might appear. It would be gOOd sense thiielore for these wln> receive circulars or forma oflss Iruj contacts or direct means of employment, to consult the Lab ui Conuniaaloner'a Di | ment before disbursing any funds or giving any undertaking, The Employment Bureau was organised ;,.part nf the machinery ot the Labour Commissioner's Department and to Bide step it is to refuse to make use ol M h machinery as the Government has seen fit to' put at their disposal. It might he that some people feel that the Labour Depart ment. and by tins token the Government, has not acted which they would like in see but it must Ix.' remembered thai the Gov ernrnenl must err if at all. on tinside ol caution. It would unriermini the faith "f its most ardent wpportera if any government ventured on ban brained achei i prosnising meani "f employment which did not i: i There would he at least %  %  ; "ii the ground ol wasting public funds. Such crttidam has hero made even when ihe returns are small. Th.>ii.s.nds of Barbadians will be willing ti> pay in aecure employment but the 11 lion to disappointment if and when such efforts fail an more acute than when there is a e.uiiions approach in the hope of minimum ni< it might be that the offers ol employment are sound and will turn out profitable, but with DO record "i achlevernent available for public examination. Ihose wlm are invited to take part In any scheme, CT to paj ibsci ibe to funds in any eray towards the seem employment, or making contact! which might lead i" aven in • if employment should consult the %  • % % %  -. iIon mi ioner, CAN TITO HOLD THE PEASANTS? Thr |M-asants anTito's bifiursl worry. Tfeej U-A lo his clash willi Stalin. Now the Hi. Hon. Vnt'iirin BVvun, M.P.. in his ili iii I ri'jtorl on %  ugoslavia cxaiiiines 111> %  < %  >n 11 n i \thotH' outcome nun be laiclul for the world. Till. ADJOURNMENT THK debate on the adjournment which tOOh place in UK Mouse of AsBeml Tuesdav did nol d< justice to one of the most ancient legislative institutions in |he British Empire TI.IGovernment had every right to resist the motion by the Opposition tor a adjournmenl and the Opposition had every right to press the motion in order that its members might be present during what thej regardedaaa moat important discuaaion; but the sentiments aanreeaed %  to aay the least unnecessary and the amp oyed not Ol the standard wind, usually chi rai U?ri* l< batei Ui the Barban(tlrt %  iMiumunUrts. Stalin's way || for UM stand tnli %  key nol only to what is happening In Yugoii ivi hut what may happen In the whole ol China soviet i tommunlcm da the pi %  the town %  . Communist writing" ol the past, bat In the letter! thai an n ex,.| St;iliiL. id. i-iii.-v ot the Ben munhrts to the peasant imputation is to COUecUVHH it They rlon't hcllcve that it is possible lo in iv.tut huebsndra with Oonununi ; %  ii The liquidation o| the kulak and the collecUvleaUon <>f the peasant %  re therefore the two method! b) which Soviet Communl thai iiiin Increase the i U ndtui ii production nni lieiii Ion i'luN ;i i; % %  I .. < i i.' %  acute!) reallsa that unless uiey easa the rate of agricultural production with On Iillei numbera then tl %  nomlc proejraai will ba painfully ind UM exped in population fi Moscow insists n i> impoaaibla so tar, b .ie the cultlvaUon of 45 to BO acres, which is the roajtlnrum alse nl holdins, with iho inInduction of modern agricultural machinery, even it thai could i" obtained In aufAclent QuanUt) There b here, therefor bradlction thai the Bovii i %  > pointed out. it is tfHa thi now oi r r Mt| r*.;.. mtlhodl Of CU -om* MSI I*0 Iho foundry 1 loaders, demanding thai their own I tural U ba Iml%  < thai makes it % %  for them to H %  date thamselvei to the point 'it \ lew % %  accumulated oieit marketing 'fi %  that this, In competluon %  •• Ih the .ui-. nriethi i ud the pesaanta '-ill >oln 'h< %  %  evei Sellint: ;i pit i had iiumoun vear it number "f the pea had loined some of the lives had applied to bi i was Informed thai thi due to ttu har\'4'st whit Ii %  thi i real have resulted ir. .i reduction In the i i %  ucfa applii s here we hava Uv Yuajoalai tduatr; in II i at the momenl unfokted isteif %  attlnuoua trouble betwe ^ l mil the peasant %  about tl grain and of pigsMoal of the u .,i prod"*1a ore %  Old lo.l> in the mi 't for whatever prica irw %  ml whlcn he must icll to the Stoi poation variei ol course, In diffet %  t peri mil from i ling to I %  %  i %  %  lo ;m per cent Foi this than %  the tree mark" I ithe .i. HI lion, Th. Oovernn ant ..ml fata taken m iln< Wtiy to protrust for tl for the BI ind m • %  M ping, some fin export, to" Tinforcfbli aeisure "f > certain percent aye %  >! the product is the West 1'in world BUI it see he 11 i i rei ment could I Pnnaa nti da ansll The pre* %  the IK uant U I II he m able lo •.eii all his products freel) and coinpeuUvety the reaull [Or I >e urb.ui workers to be to i i> As it la. • lia>-t \carcttv thontjtd loi • i that the peasants do much better than th i %  %  When I .. ked UW Yugosl.v %  %  •> • t nought of the immediHtr fuj fairly optlml itJc. Th* bi %  oma rood prioi will f.>n thi autumn. %  %  %  long the whole of agricultural pre %  ill be bold m the open market by the < by the peasants m free and open m petition and I vernmeni .ind the peesanu will II this ] progrea %  ii. than would be afforded by a forclbli •ei/ine of th. peaianhf land, it la %  %  %  U %  wet Id i It lb* sum* mlttve ..m h nltu • Inate If Tii succeeds in the riH-.iiiii-iie. of course Yugoslavia can put more ei) ;it the du poaal I ..* culture and ol her urbei only by I 'I-. Vi. | hopeful that inInternational Bank will to them. %  %  for our pan if tins h itns, a win i, veal the world nipt aoclal ti tlona whii h ere taking place In the the world need .-. follow the pattern th it %  by thi itlon. UocesftiJ, imi— ," ,hl the Yttg%  '' wlil t.e mterestmg impact upon tl the Soviet bloc m between a r*litiviv pros) i.. A Yugoslavia prome methods than have beep employed on nea (\-eol in time in to the pofjulatloi border Stab that the applied by the Yugoslav Commnlor t,, thoee thai Sd to them. %  thi. will happen, onlj the future can tell in the Yugoslav Communl hopeful Hut there %  U t the objective i Yugoslav! ail -I lem" ill continue to dominate the economy • f the Middle East n .iit emere the %  ntheo cotittnue to iw by an, asrioulture th.it H sou grounded In pi %  %  uroRi D COPYRIGHT RESERVED I I ^ STANDARDISATION OF BANANA TRANSPORT rare) BsD>lsjsaauew I nlteiaBaaABaaaasai ituwi NEW YORK. Progress made in the transport < i undei propar i ifrigerated conditions .~ g Scribed by the American Standards Aaanciation UI an article m its lournal, "Standardisytion %  p;ist few years, it says, there hasi rcfa Into the refrigeratingij lo preserve perish' This work has culminated-in|' the approval of a standard practice for the iruTtaUaUon <f refrigeration equipment and the shipbuilders themselves would' : know in advance whether their products were enough. Standardisation also enabled shippers to 'eel confident that they could trust I their perishable cargoes to ships fitted with, approved equipment. Requirements for refrigerating equipment | aboard ships wenworked out to agree with tor land use, as far as possible. But! ire a number of essential differences.! Por example, sea water is used on ships for i| condenser units, whereas fresh water is used on lanu. Corrosion-resistant rm-teruils must therefore be used in the shipping instaland the corrosive action of the salt i inhere must be kept constantly in mind. Special provision must be made for lubn-j eating refrigerating machinery at sea, since] the rolling action of a ship may exert heavy treasure on bearinga Proper lubrication may 'lie duTerencei between continued operI the equipment and serious breakage The possibility of damage to a perishable M cast something goes wrong with the qufpmenl while a ship is at sea must also be taken into account. The standard requires sufficient reserve machinery must be carried. means that at least two complete conng units must be carried on each refrigi at i ship. The total capacity of the units : must be adequate to protect the cargo. In other words, in tropical climates the equipment must be capable of maintaining refng< ration with one unit in reserve and with i the m a eh lnee rwnming M hours a day. As soon as bananas are loaded aboard a ship, every effort is made lo reduce the temperature ti> 67 degrees. The fruit is warm when loaded and generates considerable heat. It U careful refrigeration of shipping space that makes it possible to bring bananas to the market in good condition, but the article warns that consumers should not keep then bananas in refrigerators.—B.L'.I*. IUIIIXS DESK uiid POCKET DIARIES IJI.V2 Now Available at • ADVOCATE MAIIOMIil %  See us for the following. . COPPER PIPE — >.". V. 1'." and HI TINGS GALVANISED PIPE Iff GALVANISED BENDS — 3", %". IH" GALVANISED SOCKETS— 1 ..". V OALVANISED REDl'CERS — Pi" lo V — V to V GALVANISED UNIONS — W. W" GALVANISED 111-11 PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "PTRAPS CORNER RASINS wllh PrdrnUln Itiuik Rvvivw Hy George Malcolm ihomaoit <;IITI:I VOIM. m AN oi\ im M\M. Till toiMi OBOBOB "" M \l KII.K. Uftsn 1860-67 Edllri\ li\ n*|hiudu Mjurier recer Daviaa, is*. Ml peea. in % %  ten of a gtfted btlr priggish young man on i Like In the London of the %  George du Main ler, who lived to beenmt> thto ins mother .n reduced clreuinsUuwae at Dui Midori • um) lends monry reguId brothel (living In %  Biacori-.i.,! m the French ht Oeorae (known tohli fiiendsasi Kicky) ii anxkHM lo aaj on, anxious to marry Emma Wmhtwirk M I Street. He has no tuEtc for Bohi %  though plant/ of tatani Hidrawl well < "KIKHI enough %  I %  herited from his ne'e] Freneh-father. The Conaplala Itnlianiaaii Tha | vsa hue .. area one influential salons like thai ol the i %  K %  i %  • mav— but somehow ram mept the great editor I: or that of the lonhlos, rich, discerning (;rrek.N who hold couri al TulSS Mil! for .nlisllc %  %  with i: io in tola pockei ind a haifVI .. tler*i itudle. '.iuh the %  : use of WhiMW i %  I %  portai '••iabout t" elhnb ihr MH-ml ami rtiti Ha charming, with hta halfFrench • 0e>mlnderi nd in vi.ti al HI d irra touchea tari of his love! \ u . ing fi mi thai n.i' %  i %  %  %  %  %  better oil he Is ilsi i . %  %  %  Mexli %  the real • %  %  M lo oi are i innot Unas i aa Kicky doea a shocked i I fellow," .ui old %  cornea n ciimpse oi Henley i : . ..n.i aobbtng lute ehU Mry Anne. Mary \nni Hi'iih \ limit treaa, to do hei %  %  kh Kick) brushes aside After tiur %  • %  of the %  %  ..I Ihr 19th with thi of V i %  i Arm' %  there promoliul. Du Meurler'l mother had prob.o Loodon ihiidren'i derisive ng aixmt her %  %  %  Mr \niir. MJIV Anne. ( safe the •.im in ihe ityrag pan Tinlu M.ium I of the: time %  iBflj own pr"• %  % % %  n I kit their mother n vean i d (I ither unknown when M v Anna met the %  %  %  il :-' %  no doubt he i vrith %  %  Trilby d enough for %  Cuban Trade Agreement Controversy Still K _. LONDON, The Anglo-Cuban Trade agreement is still t Ing controversy in many British qunr-' lers. The latest broadside to be fired, this time m favour of the agreement, came from Mi 11 R. Cole in the form of another letter 1 Ui th' London Times. He writes: "In my previous letter I made no reference to cigars since the main controversy over the Cuban agreement had centred on sugar. However, the following points are perhaps n Ifl vent "Imports of dgara from Cuba are to be limited to one-quarter uf Jamaican supplies It is difficult to see how concessions ot one-; fifth of a market can be held to constitute ICtion ss fS M//I//M) J'Hh Sept. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. • l\€Otl\ y CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT GEE I— This is Great FOR I OIWi It §K\HTY! d Chlckrnf Milk f>d I>urks Frrnrh Prtlt Pots Psu eaaedass*a Turnips JAR I'clit Brrd \-M ir.:iis Soup Top 11 off V, ilh a Vi. Mi(urr and <'h** A Sanborup InatJi.. Oaarea I hMlil.tr ( In %  %  %  fr, KEEP ON BAND srotrh ffTasaki Rye Whlske> <...lil Hi ml Rum Teg Notch Rum Baw Air Vi'orthlniton Ale n< %  s in Una Canada Dry Sotlj* and Ginger Air ENERGY FOODS Alt Bran PrufT Wheat I'ufli-d ffkaal Grape Nut* Ricr Krisples v\. %  i i % %  %  Corn Flakes Oat I likes <;i0iw tuns that SPECIAL DINNER on Sunday z^~ s : :: „. ^-n: 2 1^. : v? PARTY



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KKIDAt -I I'll MBKR II. 1951 RAKDAIMIS UlUlt UI C.J. Reserves Judgment In Alimony Suit PAKE rive X %  DID THE JUDGES of the an „| Appeal, Mr.' rayloi end Mr. H A Van >.;ir b %  • nc which Wl %  Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collyi judgment in the Wilfred Rockn Hock alimony case which was heard at the Court of relay. •I II A>\\S § I..'.,f U'vight aaadnai km Peking to obtain ali%  v lam Court .f :' %  %  of 1, onl> Mel she had ,-ornr into t,i. t %  .ui. was ,, .u, U)r I'MdiKu %  I tlir uile that MM *->v> Inr in Hie house unr mornliu earl* but a wa nut for the rourl t.t %  — IIITL. irmi.. pOUll of falling port. he Mill that he would scare.-%  iiing coun%  • part* % %  .. ti • be nM thai tb< IMlg. forgotten the us*o( !' %  English The evidence of %  %  • nctad proof thai %  : %  %  Rock Mr. just the ueual < . D %  %  tad with crediting' fooda from i fi Hi I Bant I.I fi. m an i I ana that the onus Suinmlntt up the C'ouit of Appeal Jud*:* desertion He did not h %  i.'ited that tin* p :..-'.. %  .'..' kai %  %  II Mi D*ai ..... On that day the\ disagreed and the petal %  ' %  %  %  %  %  : .. . %  he had itoi i %  < %  ud Mr "'.' %  -'BMMMMbU Findim-s 1 %  """|H V •"• "•*• if the y r ,.'" cap) I i tenet .: tl fredaalleM-iiJPfMow bad taken the view %  „ %  w. re enUUad t % %  m the first place, thai K pkeepere, H dW not m.pi 1 %  '. but onlj his thnt the supplv was adequate %  w th him MH It N JACK V wife up to July 6. lflan. and thin % %  %  peal Ju %  %  rter carefulSI Ud to b. aft •> %  the Island the evidence. of livln the and of lb Stowaway THE I lankly* Ill I for below durtl %  %  %  plained 1 i Mowed %  i i %  %  bers of th. /. being >'ii dark out another diligent %  ny* %  way U> be I I policamaJi Ir 111kl.11 IIR fad that Ihe Praakkra i K %  I r British c . I II wawey' \ %  hn-r-tm. ked seaman < %  • ' .. t hat hi %  The Praahlra O.K. did ..' 3 p m but i I I %  art todaj found Thi* ro nun (., %  i left) CONTRACTS END that they bad conw to tinconthb wontati llvad elusion that the relationship l>e"She should haw IjMJargiven ;in ','", >"*'" "' '" Rock and Kir ln i Ufe aihduci which I'•,,.,. „ rot merely one at master and cirovo her out would come to %  %  %  %  I I with a Mipei: %  rontlrmeri I, TWO-YKAR-OLD Jt RTn r Bo i ce of Cova, St %  %  %  i. i :... au Jefrra; adw I „„." „c Jfld. T ,..,.,.. /_ Hut nplalnl DR. HARKNESS LEADS U. K. DELEGATION TO w.ii.o. co\Ft;iti;\( i I • Cd to supply Can* with ud It would %  I her regularly on the oi"iin' of wllfrad ha would pay fr them Upon of the | %  not out Final %  %  %  %  I %  K.m.i liiir or thai Lent ti DB Bnld K C M i •sing the lion thrh'pf to the Comptroller i ": A .. %  .,. ntt nl ..:. I M ll "•j" !" %  % %  %  i t i> to Head the United Klngdott i, „,:,! .,. ,i. lelegatipn ot the-annual matting .... ,; WJ ^llR* 1 Committee of the -lutrltlon of Infants and school... i Itv t *o -t their cfdihill'v -nrt AmtidP o.B.E, Director of Medical SerCannon Overturns The old cannon it I Gal Savannah havt for man) provided a r(at amount ol tun for eMldrei wl o Bock iii und them neai lj avei > evening of the week. Thii tjrpt oi gun formerlj formed the 11 B.ti badoe whei the flrtf era wai itaUoned In the island .i.n ride them th> each net on •> gun and pretend thes an PI . Mi. IW.. i I: h: RAINY DAY DARK CLOUDS overhung in. Citj t"i in'.ui%  %  %  re heav) kt pi i •opla running hen and Uv << in Ing with %  on\ I .'..i tin i...I %  I d ihe whole enefj ha bi en ipoUed %  i hope whot % %  %  iu aoon put -.. ,i fallen mn* back In p I *k forward to Iheli i an.'i "MANS DUTY TO ANIMALS" SPJ \ I iHC.) C K Torrezao gave a le-iune on Prevention of ..! Committee ,1 %  %  %  ' •*> Attending World Health Organization for I """" '""" %  P •""' "" "' IM wr %  """ U| the Western llcnmphe.e AdvilIn J ,...,:."" *** %  re to Dr. Harknaaa at the meetOven in $£LP*%Lt£Z > u i' u' "' %  will be Dr L. W Pltxi floU bj "•'"• % %  dltolt fell rhe Police ren I .!'..! I I %  StrmiK Point On %  Seat point; that i ihall urge,' 1 he laid, "u ihi the chief nndmg, or of the % %  %  %  .)..,....!. ., am) i ii .1 p 0 Mahony, Dlrectot i I B %  The meetiTiK is sehetluled te • %  pen on the 22nd September and lose on the 3rd October. Ittent drlzil I* rained In nearlj ever) > %  %  lei-ture rrom UNICKP will i-ro•"' K '" %  'J "* %  p; .,..,. %  i g p. n [napectoi %  lure % %  ih moat | ei College to M leachen :„rM"* %  ''-" n -"' M,M vef y h0,v > f Hls -object will IK"Mane dut) M in tment I I I i I i' %  fa the i pi %  % %  „ ... |, ...... _,. i i %  on "Kin i '"'\ ,""" ] "' ;" %  Undei an agreemeni with tin Prinl %  Ii two at itu Wind' '''' %  ; of the V(llH | U .., Uh o,.. i k. %  uu Courl oi (ll 1049 lno pan-Amei n Sanlnion ol an K '" ,jU "• ll Appeal .not i ..• %  %  on .my e\i. ur% ( n ... ., ithi 1 ui bekM aAahlkthed m long %  •. %  tb s """' P* 001 If an iKlertook '.h runctlon < %  %  i ml) \ <• on adn I Committee of the Wi the learned .indues i Health Organization foi tht %  : %  "• ll ''' '' found as ern Hemisphere. It exereltce theta ">l I %  nil Ihero functions throutih it. directing A %  to justify thenCouncil and its perm %  i 0 i tie rain fell, ;>nly si nan rera wbei i %  <• ol unknown origin being r. be Pan in U* Cits • % %  br Valki As l0 (t .. Bureau In Wa hlngtoi I ,, ;. -.. r ,-|,e ( -u-l.i th, If. ,. %  I %  %  • .. %  ,!. %  llUng Jhlttee and Regional OfAcc .,. %  %  .' St. Peti .. '. . via s< \ %  I i t iullciicrr % i %  aadh ml n %  tun i Ti ... DOI % % %  da) hen i Oth ships '. %  .i Oardlnei iu Ltd, SCHOOKERS Bve r de a a. 61 Ion* %  nd lotted I'ilcrini g .oi v.-,i from r.i ituui • s. Lucia th cargo chiefly fiult. Arewo I %  s. hoonen Ownei %  %  lation LennowBoyd \Say II in A Car Mi .\ Leni m 13 %  ervatlve M P Island raceni N lalll'Mi Boyd M.i,oi Dennl i %  ntral Btali< • %  mnnung, lie u.. ti %  Ha id iu in i. el Uu i I Polio % %  .. %  Comi -n.o.-r After vlaltln Hea Offlce, Mi Boyd wa % %  %  rt< i the raffle Hi ... tb .ill tl %  StaUon Hvfrvsh i II #/ 4% In iiffin-iilin ff II \lllUSO.\S BRO D ST ALARM CLOCKS. thout lUun PRICES FROM $3.37 To $4.05 EACH. iii Valueg which cannot be ran ited CANES BURNT nd In i"" : to begin mat.imumal t. | '"' Health Ol, the most a Court could soy wa* Purposes The fundamental purnoioi of PASo I.|_J WH'i rammei the Regional M lh, %  %  %  • Is this .i %  %  pt, OH the : %  ..... •" noth P.A.S.O. HiW .... dmllai to cowTbit' dl i •If out of the ; %  '' '|"-a Dd tn E ""' t '" lh J*] A is willing eional Cominiitce from WH" t^-..J n '^ from the funds pU.d n-. m d 1958th fact that his ooer was not bona [he dlapoaal of UM United IflUoi BM I nae. iti improve conditions in undei On thr Kround that her OBdj countries The fur. i olijeelliin WB* Ihr icoins tn Pie nkely to be available to the Corner, ihe decision should be -\in.-rica. from these SOUrcM foi ,.,, s will unoe reversed. 1952 are e|xsrtee to %  <• m th.Wilfred hjcl denied there beneighbourhood o f $2,000 Dot ,_ ,gi ; liUE Ihe alleced i — > %  i t %  %  • %  he<* S Iv ten himself and the woman; Assistance %  o It wa. beside the pci.it to in raceni re U* Britti through the ask liim In sive her up. The '-irihhean :n ;i' n.% %  %  ...' %  % %  if %  '• %  %  %  CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY HHACCAi/ on, *" 1*" -'"-f"0e' %  mediciie*. i.e.. Phsnaceim. •-— ^~~~~J C-Weme. 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It neutralMiothes and proterti the iiillariH ii lining ol Ihr Stoniai h and lielpa your di|(eibon. Fioui now onwarda look forward to meals, instead of dieaduig tlein 1 VeUiits ANTACID POWDER Peg indiK'stiiin, Heartbara, Acid J it BeJd uy -.II < heaeeu aaf jFRESH SEEDS | j I al H1ATIIEKHEADN : i \ 1 I I Carrot, l I 1 .; I : 8 > I I Planl I JO h. p. I • %  o J % i i %  6 I '* I I Ion • ^' l^ \ 9 Q * Turri V c I I •* I a S IS Wd Salvla V*i i %  |!| •; -> ;• N I. i k r %  %  "009BJVHS8 Hi:! lltl.il IU.lt II ,* tuea, Pepp Oi I u;e. Te I !,! HAMS and JAMS!! \ lo I I S r'urg. • i II. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.— Datributon. I I Pi I S nuci KMiiiiiiiinip s:; { I lit-H.ad of Bi 1 Slreef 101b. Potatoes for 96c. 101b. Onions for $108 Condensed Milk —per tin 30c. Evaporated Milk —per tin 2Hc Thfl above items are Ca.sh and Carry only ii.nish BaaM UI %  %  X %  II Id— per lb. SI.7H ^ [ferweglen reeead shrimp* X per tin 6e S I. 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ir.inw. ~iniMP.ii: si \ui D.KBADO^ AIJVOCATl: CLASSIFIED ADSJ, ,,,mM SALKS V\l.\ >l VI N %  #%  .• -I For Birtha. Manias* at t MnMTCfmrnli In Cartb %  -har>* ii |!i l"r anf numbn of word*, up IS M — d I nnli pet ward (or each adding.a I .>.d Tern-.* can Phone IN tnlwcen a > and p m 1113 (or lnU Nailer* only aftai 4pm The chars* for announcement*el %  J -pfc-da,* and |l MontundiT I Hit Mil I •MM .m char** H 7J rrU and I 'MM I*. v-d* „,„ 1* i • d ti..-. ccata a %  e- !" S-ndmW — Sad |1 BO i idj.i I -. iHdJBJl i". ii.-aii REAL ESTATE U TOMOTIVE • %  i-r ..id aJdlll..".: wo.;. Sunday; In IN MIMIIKl \.\1 i i "i i u %  %  %  IhOU doit keep MS* in Paardta. %  %  %  %  Sp*<* i A\\Or\(lMKMS %  %  ill vlni | our diipoMl 1 l itofv Shirt Depot P-lmetlo Strut l-hon* 4TM 11 fl 1 -n GOVERNMENT NOTKE The and,rdfnM will oaVr for Ml* at P*irrompMitun al incu OAr*. No II %  BtidcnoMn. on Fndaf. th* J: J " " September IMl. at 2 jo p m Tn* dwclinsbouat known a. 'TIWLAWX. MS the land .hmn the aame .landa. (OMaMand b. •vtimalnr* •ajuarr leel. xtuat, al IIa.' ,,*.. Ple€tse Take 1 Job thjm '.ivWhat hnipt and Americ.n joint mutual mon good.*' i %  For partKi'lata • th* h-ui %  of 4 p m cation lo th* tenant I Condition ol Sal*. !•! %  r;.*a Th* undermentioned will offer lor aale ty public competition at their onV* J-"n Street. Itndj>-!.'.. i.n Frtdai Hat September IMl at 1 p m That dealrablr two itorl'd freehold known ai "Cmioden lit* Junction ol Cuill-lk-.tl, H.^d, ,Uh th, thereto containing I0.U.1 aqual* That dealtabl dwellmahtmc: Vir. pjtealW club. I I down%  H'.. ... i i \ raft* Dial MI6 IB til—In %  nod. up to 4 Op | Seplr. IMl mi m I iiitm* ml be pa!!,.*. White Park 1 %  an hr ami The houaa Una. l-.ui tuara and upitaii* d -uh hath and toilet ronma. ln-fr for I car and tool room tall built of atone' in Ihe >ard 1pm and • p m icopt Sunday* on appointment Ota*! Hunt* CI.AMKF Co • SI fcn ELECTRICAL : in s, II MM no Dl-I *IC • IS B Jl-dri MUM I TO UAKIM M %  with flag top %  %  i in pent. n n latll ih longilli.(o 5 If '.M-.I Kxpiu chargei will be Brd In Uw * ft) "f khl .i; daylight t oui notice <>f .""'ti Sepi I Stop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours 1oothrr with Ihc Thr undcriiinrd will offer tor aairat public competition at Ihnr ^ir.ec. No 17. Hit* Stiert iMtfrluan. M | H1 Q-v of iloptciolK-l. IMl. at 1 pm W ACIUGFi 1 HOOIMt Jb J'KII.IIIS „' %  i I'.n I I place calico Uaidern attUPM Ml Saint lc> IT cl-.-lllllt aa BENTIIAHS %  it. iUdiriK> Ihcrrl.. The dwcllim-houaa contain! Op-1 V.randah. cloard Verandah, Drawint, ,id Dining Rom*. 4 Bcdi, K Th. houao u wired fu, | but Iho current U not turned In, althouch Ihc Company v.ith.11! rloae pro*lmlt> Iii>p-cllon any day eiccpt Surdaya. b-Mara the ho.ir of 1 pm and i p m For lurth.'T narllculars an,i M l ....ply j — Ct'TTLC, CATM>HI1 ft, CO Plamt.n %  •ada-l nd btnld.iur hoth IrechA.'M.I 1*1 III llllMI M IN THi: COURT OF CHANCERY the coma 1*1] %  i *H t „ %  YORK PETKtH. v. DTRAM Th peoplj in bis demaiid t,


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\ ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY. SEP. PRICE FIVE CENTS Churchill Has Chance To Win \MI HA-MIY, 111 NM A\ LONDON, September 20. \yiN3T0N CHURCHILL launched on Thursday what may be his last and greatest bid foii power in Britain and "smart money" conceded himj a good chance of victory. The 76 year old Conservative warrior assembler his "Shadow Cabinet" to lay plans for the October 1 25 General Election, which he hopes will return him to No. 10 Downing Street. %  I observers .generally bedays ttwn now with the cry thai blttcri] ItvUfld between ConBritons now can phi-.' in POWOJ affective Cabinet "not mlsli-1 booknuirM to by class warf.ire Of doctrlfwl t'hurchill victory I bookie SIUMI: ll Labour. Churchill cnthusKtslicillv picked up the Gw %  but promised • i nlv .i vol.I wir*" "blood. sweat and tag! The TI..I,| A .11 b bird and uphii: • Chunhm wunad, ir his bid %  %  % %  mpalgn Mill not atari until la dissolved on October 5. but the election machinery of all partie---alerted for . %  %  %  i->ratlnt( today Chun lull nimoHMd an emerKnc>* meotini; of I Bl I • ; i r\ utive l';u t\ iidvielection strategy. ugl Conservative Party .• ichcdulcd for October . to tinproximity %  %  %  The fn'-mrr <.v..rtim" iMCWf Kreeted Prime Miiu-.tr. AttlM'l .%  nnnuncempnt ttuil the eountrv will vote on October 2*. ju*t 35 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codnngton Rainfall. BS in. Total Rainfall for Month to date 6 88 Ins. Ilitthp-t Tempeialure: H5.6 r Lowest Temperature %  76.f> "F Wind Velocity 7 rail*par hour Barumetar (0 a.m.) 89.966 Morale Of Chitwst* Is Wmaken&ng 9th Corps Commander B> ROBKKI ( Mil I.IK NINTH COUPS II QRfi KOREA. Sept 20 Ttu Ufl ld BtatM Arm.v s second ranking Comm,iiul.i In K..I.M ni ( f„ : ... i : Chinese Communist weakening .md thai I I .Ml Utlprceedcnte t occurred ..i en nr. Bri POWV MM) %  Wiiiii.m Hu V v Commanding* the Ninth Corps. *ui<( .(•. H,.,Iuuaitcis Hogi %  •• %  mi lad i.> bnniediate speculation on Mbility that Communist High i might agree I %  Hogg aajd ilnmm—I of hi. policies not utiW %  '"' tieui* captured in one over a I tacks from Conservative-! > n day < h : l we got l but also over the Left Win* ae-l''"<>"' rront duniig ttusummer. Uon of the Labour party that Desertions which were a rarity oppoaaa so much -pending for tcarmument; the Liberal party which has only nine seats In tho but holds a strategii position between the 313-aca bour party and the 297-scat Congervgtrrm Anthony Eden • .u-i it Part) HNMatr *• % %  ed to hurry back to l,ondi>n from U Itallai %  I predict th..t if C ousel v.it I vo ..in. the aged Churchill would take the PrtnM Ministry fm | 'i as a victory trophv. then turn the Job over to Man II 0 %  other younger Tory, Ohurchill who will be 77 on N is suffering Irani Mr Clamant Attlee. Prime Minister for six years and three OH election day. start for ScoMmd to-day. He wil the annual meeting of the -fT"r\ and O.r*. tUi .. i His shadim Cabinet is made no %  Tories who advise Km %  iggi rini battl Uamartl Attlee'* brief ijinouncament by radio to the COUI the labour Party granbj %  from the people after lit months uf <; %  with only .i sjn.ill majority in th House of Cattail margin on important votes has been only from 19 in a 825-scat House since IM0 elections. Tn.i 1-ibour Party tnuk power in \V*% It now has an effective majorit.-f MX AUkM appeared to leav doubt he wanted a popular enHouse To House Appeal Will Be Made For J*ca Sufferers 0VW 230 packages uf clothing, hardware, luxxislutl th have been collected al Queen's 1'aik by the rlUrTictlM Relief Organisation, [or Jamaica hurricane victims. The organisation was set up twelve days ajjo by Mr. Mc D. Svmmonds, Churchwarden uf St. Michael, with the help t Mi H II Williams. Secretary of the Y.MC A. Pint .lupinent ol the article* will be sent to S.S falomble on OctatM I axpactad. P baglni today j and the Relief Orgam. II %  the public will do I i onlributlen a quickly | .. poartblt. as tnal ihej may bl | %  a few months ago. ai %  fur freedom that they rat —and water is mitEhly COM M'.-lime of the ..-.JI Hoce pointed out how badly veteran Communist troops have been chewed up. The new men. he said are battai aqul| well supplied rt ith tini 1 I N.A.T.O. Has Made Good Progress f'rimi \ll {hmrtrrs: (rrofts Rffi$m*s To Invrimimitv l*olivvnn>n %  |u Mi A camera shy Rux-in oflicet hli hi-. tr < oyly lirhmd hi> hand the pLotogrsvihei takri this p th- ui FiM Mjf.l(*l KM Wilb-m Mlim Cnif of the Imperial Uenei J ti'sR (centra) .mil M.tjoi Qaui <[ M M A. R West. OiMiarsI Offi.rr %  ,, n 0hlfl| irlUaa Troopi A. in. (h^ati. vatcluai ihi %  !. ,,. ll(l aam > *iiereby tfc' Atibarlcau fcica* took over tba pohclim of tlio Inner City front tat Ru.uan Ireep Only In ,.i.d by tbe four Power*, could inch a picture. IT taken ol tiicnaiy |uiunu4< tlon in one ceremony. Itapraea inol :it %  %  .: i. DrOtlin ,U!IMI uf ,. I i) %  I 1 i ii Bat nla pata ol gul boofemaklni i Aaalaty: i > • dit M UH Iba r a i aia DaMi %  %  %  i \ : 'i to prii aolagj in •• Ha admiitad thai a Mm had been I 11*ui laawari A m %  %  .in,! rlylnj oaiaet %  > %  %  h I -i jci plane travaUmi I il id. thinn' i.h them (,.i ba% %  l c ii staiii'ii s.ut Rama a talon ol buttartUaa "in two more pi atom have lakan I :i:. I ll cessars in two month! despite the fact th.it thl have more ammunition and mi Bad there ftuih* UUi can now Bra (Minds than prrvimi-.lv bul is no accuracy -They *m n> |irivr Mr Symmnndu told the Advwale that h<* has planned to maka an ali-oul :ui,i mburba one An* i lor contributions to tho relief appeal. This will be in the form of a house to house appeal by the < %  ir so small On Paie T ADVOCATE JXA RELIEF FUND THE FUND took only a saort atop forward yeatarday, but yet it moved and thl" I* important Onco It li open, and it till i It mu-t ito forward. A picture of the hurricane dauiagn on thipane apaaku for ItHBlf. IB IT N0TRIHO TO YOU? -who bavt not yet Kubucrtb •d? An you KOIIIK to help, or not? Whichever couru you decide to> follow to halp the jiifortuuaiaa, pqjsue It today. Either of the Bank* or Un* Office will receive and grate fully ackaowledRe. i iid l A,...n.t. I\., .,( < -mm W W W.I Ik in. !:. %  ... Hank lU (' %  U.S. Musi Rdj On Fore.' To i*6p RoMse TRUAiAN Bv MERREMAN SMITII WASHINGTON. Sept M. President Truman said Thnrsda; thai lha UI muat .< %  %  on forea lathei than iHplnmarj to prei i .ni..rat make certa' Hussla lives up to hci Ir;' agreements As much o.s ra dbtltka ll Uia President solemnly t..bl nil Mn*l I %  i Hi i'ii that the tlRMad Btati • *rtH no! i I power ainl will lonln. %  greement, with Russia. H. lha i B muat nonMnue to build up its atrength so that it will bu ir |)ositlon to anfo that vwy na Bald i ... p. %  tholx asi;:n ll N and othi havo cinnpoUad the vs. rely on force. When thla nation in [Kisitioii to anrOrca %  he sale. ;hey will keep it. le added that u the iraaoii for the b!i; V.S defence promme. The poaatbilty of maiiiv. ill be stiongci it the I' .s KIK lor•rard Wlttl that progr;ui.r -tnk to Our knitting. Ha an pba i"'-i thai not ml to use ft roe but as must have ability to meal I with force it pea —e.p. Court Claim For Transport Planes (B> FRANK II. HAKI IKllOMl \v> TOKK i %  Thi largest flwt ol Iranipikt planet in tin0 i Iclivered eithei in Cli.natr Cuinmunists i In Ihe U.£ ta 1" (wnership u--In .i u.. .,,. I C I iH M.ii!. K..t. i. %  i %  n> aircrafi -r. ......... 4 vaiuad ai H.7uu.uua The planes are .if U.S. manufjuitn.,MIC( ;i'.. iinrfri U.S n They anal praaenl Impounded I rporl in Kona Koni bul by i i whom % %  Hi. Con U.S. Turns To Hi it is it Turbine Engines \ Mlin c I %  lUI tan tad* II r %  mar j"OT|til The ilvcision uf ti.e H. n UB nna 1 %  %  ., I S '.111-: l.. %  i ...-. %  .., effect %  i %  i | i i l client engine topes an || < lawful owners they will LONDON OTTAWA. Septe '['HE British Foreign Secretary said today th>t the North Atj* made "extraordinary progress|_ defences as the twelve nation l ~ for its final session to recommer] Greece and Turkey. The unanimous decision on expil >tog--tti'jL further into the Mediterranean was ^ sUtttnu di with an agreement on plans to revise xtiHyw^oiV. War II peace treaty despite Soviet objections. %  KK. Buys Oil From Kiiiiiania LONDON %  The A'lsto-Iranlan "n l i ill .. IT fro in Iran hat concluded %  • deal '• .( mi from Com%  tc ute'a willinanaai MM mr pel ted manj oAciali hera A %  llKhtllU *• keep nil 1 ntlltl Brttlan oeVUui ballad U ment aa an axampla ol Uk lap ..f kaaplna open %  muniat bloc B %  landi Iron %  i", thai ll halt all Ira* will No kmgi i can from li .HI. Anglo Iranian Unkeri M**> .• in call il itn Rumanian pmt % %  ( the Aptonstanis ovai lha naal niouthk lo fnr> fuel oil %  BrltiBl naval and mat Middle VM\. —ILP. eaai I'lie last taraiij %  i Bai Ri %  i ir.i .,, blUon w top with iu eol" laan of 1 i was fuiI AH -, by | Durl i i Ighi thl wtek 'i %  i i HI Th|n CEOROKTOWN Bepi I Tha n. dot rrlchel % %  M Haladarai The m in American hujtor> u .rteld yeeltrda* received, an ofRcial [ %  ealeoano 1 an the in. Cricket ett to bullofflcttilB iiiin.di.i, veell-kiiuwn intercolonial n-iiio"k U Omen Rerfcalj Oaaa Harhailos Kals buprewive labh . 111.' |x.'...'! III! !?J. I.' 1 :' I..'I I uorough ah Bmiah niiiangai pV n f tha Ptniipi %  %  in tbe Korean airlift oi I I "Fhimi %  firs/ I la ml Story O.Mi: HKKMr fllV I II ll Ml lo imi %  %  b i fuel with thai ol it of I r p, D Lftl show wh|c i .tuntnl up 1.. 'i. a Bttaodanoa i *ell over 100.U0U mcli ; bj iiiii-n i %  par rV i I i %  ready for ali III* H A turbo thi ai .i turbo ici lopa whli ^ powi i cunibat pliines *-\ : ; iii %  %  luatloi t ilrunan now [11 |„ .outrun aril .i sngine* ... %  ''" hurl and mlgM %  %  : %  • %  %  %  | 'hiatifi K 1 Hong I i ('on %  ., much work 1 Barb ido bobman ev lanl i •ingu it a l aai wuket rovejlted in stroke making to -1 big crowd wntchlna in the ..fte.noon. hul early in ma mornlnii the an an lop, Bruikar moving the ball both ways anil % %  atlngj ., good bnpnaaaion "All an i .II..IIK tO lIlM.HII 1 iii newsmen a .ii Council maeuruj bag the twelvi ached an "eatr* ,..!. %  if IkSUCI .. Treat) i Frldaj thai ih W will not I %  ngtb t'. Thi* de. lai lUO the final oaj "' mi cleare.1 the ^ u M p %  %  dsyring etoear Noun Atlat osanroon I lootlni sliiiiiM bi ran %  !,, tha Soviet Union arl ueet ri-ferenrc the Coum II daetaral ftrtly the "pai rittenl Btti dlvwi the i %  %  p* %  %  %  A'l.inti' du not unch i lUri i lha nat the drrimtli .if the close ties ben %  free paona •• I tern itlmiul itiulmi r ll %  fanalva Blnani %  Eo $<• ih icni rtrarurth I i i. Thirdh A MUii I ol naaea .(Tortai vague in 11 %  %  lint tha North Atlantic community will get than Hail follow them. They "'ii ni vai n act i %  til not ., fiom building up thaii .. turds ol %  Th. Council also •anvil lo In. (t, I flOW PI ing in Kiii'M.. Hi I'I h M 1. 1 M. rbcrl M %  British elections, will %  foi propi ay iiir> British %  S ir appointment of :. 1 pn Commlttaa who wil the rlaki European ird w.i i roduebon %  .. Ian in Paris. Tile "ADVOCATE" pay, for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night ii %  ,' NI '. ,' ^ to loniii i gbif K. i .,i ri lial becau i of Its on difficulties the UnU %  11 \ H Meykaaah, imnian delegate, Bald bai beet nuking ii nil iiitlons tol %  %  Korean Belli f Pi oin %  M ngaley. i Racot .lie.i or, man bai 0 %  ,r I ontll, oi tha lion ir %  I %  1 of SZ50.i fraci I %  i ., total ol %  %  I) uno If The King Will Ckrrjf On X* (.'Hiial %  tatement In lad to K % %  Oeorgi VI lotanda UBIial. hut the %  %  tha Kii.K %  jment on %  ...'. *. ..i mil I I on scbad gh M i raduci % %  %  . tural chanite-. In the Kb V. furttiei exi'i.i'iation was orTerwhether %  %  •t.itfment spent | ites with hlir, lait n.rM aifi be received medical visltoi. again to-dav KaW.Vi I OK %  QUALITY %  i ngjliah mat • letters, i>i Samui i /ol naoi iava ihi opinion that "Claret is (or port toi ii ii.it I... who to ba -i hero drink lived in an age rsowtvei i i n • n lool _ma rati r hou.c. 111 the baik in i DRUNK FOR DRAD DRUNK FOB Id Those thought little of whetting 01 fou B further hall at, 1 usS tin. ... | ^rc it |gdM man in hit daj nd n aak that %  he wai well p.i-t Ihi ago ol n hiy-foui hi llv i (>* hsgrtaan barrel of. oi ' %  I week : Wo nre assure-l hv the Instoiian that l)>^ Lei Mine be IVInr %  i 1 IHUXK l\ /#'# IS I IIO\ . K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY WEMMERSHOEK (Medium Sweet Table Wine) SHERBY NO. 1 SUPERIOR BRANDY /*• ll\ A.ll.l. ... H'm 1.1HHH %



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r.xr.r. TWO Ccodh falling IIARBADOS ADVOCATE rninw. MTTiMrtFr. n itsi M ,; H \n ivernor. w Pat BWMI DWHkfa Bark to Canada V;uigh.iK %  m i >*•*%  lion .f the Bjirbada* C'smen. Club Firs! Vi.it USSR %  SPJIIC, AII I.'. t \' I ih,V U t Iv DJ .1 'h^ V W t gftd SI %  -II W iv T ; .iidav unit is staying .-i IJ-HIOOuti-S**" The Stream From Trinidad M RS fUSTINA JKN'VEY -f %  li spending Ion here staying at Stream She arrived e.irhei in tinWMk In It W I A and wan accompanied by bM d-iutiliter Joyce who 1* with Barclays Bank. Mrs. Jciivc> Stale's aunt. Trinidad Pianist ISS HAZEL SCOTT. Trmiti..d i* at present udini variety thratre Durinn one of her performance* ad some "' Uut'i music • rod tinDally A FTEH spending a r, I .; i %  and Mr. GEaadon rat Canada last Saturday rrominr bj T.C A. Mr. Orell was Ma sent." Worthinji and Mr. renre Gap. Los*s Movie IVirt Journalist on Visit M" JOHN Ti'i.i. at Use RdlOt' the turiad Publishing Co who has n here a number ..r Hi ,-. is now back again ( i weeks' holiday. He arrived K..rt Amhrrot I is staving at "MayvilWHnll.VWOiil) Sept. 11 l Ion's penalty for b?ing the object of the affections BO and Tom Ncal in then pit—dawn battle last • c.-K was the loss of a movie part The blonde was dropped from lbs leadum iolc in -Lady in The iron Mask" by Monogram tudlo spokesman aid doctors reported Miss Payton was "too emotionally upset** lo begin the work.—If.f* dim II A Card from Moscow T HE Russians are portrait of A B Popov to rsd %  %  .. %  maans Uttla In ihli intry Bu* undawtscatl *.. arrived hare th.las-, week-end by worts l It W A la sending tct, dam if" ^'i'"' holidaving at Supei v Out t o give I rthing She I M Trinidad Nurses iss iMU'SEWIVKK 1..\MM> i-Kiiiii IJIIiiril liraifl'l" 57,l rt,Ved ""* "*" V ,mnl production cuuM not offset ..,.-,, t. .. ._ lb* f*n '" output of consumer Miss William* who will be reBOod mainmg for another week is paymg hat Hrst visit to the island. kg at the Park Nurstng 1'ort-oI-Spain. Miss Senhouse who was m two years ago is employed at tinCaribbean Medical Centre and plans to remain here for another two weeks W.I. Athletes ployec or W E. Julien ft C. Commission agents. (if St %  For A Month M ISS TECI.A ACOSTINI of Lima & Co Ltd MOSCOW In 1901." A RB"PCENT report fiom EngPopM was asked It* Ml rlea %  *land says that George in Baibado' fo t i paper reports that MarLewis, cake-time Trinidad sprint ^ ; "Accra." Rod nnad the Atlanta) pharnprpn. is thinking of turning an lb repUed that his attentions to iti m Mth*nt N> %  A i innirw I-at Mir. 0 %  i The N*i H 11 K M Nw> i; >i %  > i it i: rOUB LAST lll'I'OKTIMTV TO M I SEE HOW THEY HI \ THE HILARIOUS COMEDY -ByBAKBADOS DfeAMATH CUn 5 and M.3II TO-I1AY (IPKNINO TO-MOKKOU I I", and Ml *OPENING I.I.OIIi: TODAY 5 & 8.15 p.m. A CONTINUING FRANK and JaVM JAMES and THK VOUNOBR BBOTftatRI IN he story of Valeric and Ben Hogan-///f euy uho never eme up ami the girl u ho never let him down! incident the i i i a For Further Stay C INDER ll J K KA8TLaTI For Hurricane Relief A MMI^:K i Wan ini •tudJI %  •>•• v -* I %  'n nd Mrs. 1 ndJl gngland who ware hollda Commit itbi >": k V "" 1 Bl "J money for the Hurricane Rels "* onc to Fui.u." Usl week si Uv w< I U /,' "" %  'i'i"" ••.•e library, students %  PtttT A Month slopes, affixgv KTKH ipeiMlllH a month's inn stamps i nd doing other minor J\ holiday m tinasaad. Kn |gb <>n of them sind 'We an || irM OIU, daughtai Ol llon'ble %  help'' John Radix of Trinidad, rcluin, c ,1 home on W*--!!!! At the London School : V.l,\ She was accompanied of Printing M R. GODFREY CUMBER1 ATCII of Trinidad who U ^ aoa %  student at tbe London | fi %  %  lo iba Qatarmn Qt Print %  in port-of-Spaw. Ha %  aid Ibal I'-CIC is much te laarn ... i i ii ii tbe ttma. Inter-colonial Cricket r>UR!NO intercolonial cricket > %  npi Wnt Indl. 1 4. |i in TlUi k ••' T'iri.' i I* m H..JI.. N>u.lrr. I |i m InUrlu**. • M p.m. 1-i.m the RillloruiU OS p m BBC I ,Mr. 1 W p m WorlS Atin W. p m Th* News, 1" II p> ng up athletics, is just about to tackle it from a new angle. Prol" a vidtns Oeorge has kept in : tiaiiiuig dining recent I 1, ]>,: ,1. should not make quarler-nnli of the i i. )•' %  lORAlOa S^pl tl. ISSI in W K p m .fgWS i AMADSAM i> n < M c HBONSTU Rupert and the So rcerer — 28 'i %  i Bum IIUSMtOKO in.ih i*ment the peu i mi. < Iba games betwe< n British 7. -i inciudius • %  prw— A-r r I—r7 1 5-f—)T ir r— pel Ruptn la in u i they running? ih.v runniiu lo •.-.>•*-<.*-,*#***#W'* #^V .1 AX ETTA Illir.SS SIIOI* KGCXIIld BREAKING SALE To Secure Iha Bai gatni In*) never barsained for liom the 50 cases of N.w Merchandise just i,-ceived for the TLadies. the Gents and the Kiddles too LOWRB BROAD BTBSKT DRESSES ratLDSBN*! I'XMIIS— in all St*e Baaaa, AHaraaasi rDaahtaM, I raagag iiH-, tnarchaadlas i opening daj ol our Re they arrived lute, but n will inthe iietinnini; of foods so we i "nii.iiiv i Milisrled eustomers who i' specially 01 den .i Hi i i| Bai a alas! it loo late; for Saturday ttnd NKW SALE as we hart te you in jean 11rank ><1 IUMV.K si EXCELLENT VALUES llii.s\ t)n:.lllv Alllll Willi hi'iit pr 'i Si*% KrllU-s 3 & 4 Pl. Mincers Lavatory llrusllrs Hand Brooma %  ilium Suiu-t'pani. ml handle 84.73. IMS. 18.30 ...... fl.SS—M.M7 $2.35—3.46 77 73 (ale War., in Brown & 111... U Sires 1 lo 8 cups Tea I'uls 70c—$l.:!6 Code* F..ls S1.01—S1.46 Milk Jims Ue.—$1.19 Sugars 59c. CnH.c Mills tl.90— $111.38 T. It. EVABTS A. Will 11 II I IIS DIAI 606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 ALL HOOKS IEVRWSD IN Tin: "ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPEB CAM III. OaOBBSD TIIKOl 111! Tin: ADVOCATE STATIONERY #"###." H. I mjS Ol THK 1 'EJVTt HY '/• Slllll./lrin/ Hull mis ... Iliehliuhls in Slow M.ilion I fftmt J ^iTJim .\?'; SUGAR HAT TURPIN R0B!NS0N^/ ; WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP "A>' ^*~OFFICIAL FIGHI. FILMS AT VL\'£\ 4IM >| \S OPENING To l w IIHIIM.IIOU \... 10—4.45 and 830 p.m and contlnulni Sat. and Sun. Mfl .ud 8 3" pin. Mon.. Tugs .v W.-.I .3 Showii 1.15; 4.15 a.-d 8 si pro (FRIDAY) 2IST OIMI\... 4..KI untl .N p.m. an (oiiliniiiiiu l>ail\ \Uo: The trouble Hill IK The At-lion Tealurr LARATNI DAY ROBERT RYAN JOHN AGAR / rriti THOMAS fiOMt. IIHIS CARTER dm -M ptatKif 0 ha*tM N n:t i SHB • inM M nstn nmias Sassi iH '<-'• l " as hat" Satti U*m AU -The Short: SI-OttKV Wlltlk-. BEAT THE BAND with Franc, LANGFORD Ralph EDWARDS GM KRUPA and his OnhMtra; and TAHZAN AND THE HUNTRESS i Johnns WBISSMULLER %  ci Johnny SHKFPIB1 D and CHEETA pus TOMTI: LpCAL TALENT ON PAR \ni JOHN MJMH Singing "Blue Men rXlUO ORIFFITrl ling "Whan Yot I . -.. | toRllvi %  Too Young in Know* N l JOHNNY IWEISSMULLER .. JUNGLE JIM PYGMY \ISLAND And Tl.• %  On IhliBpot Story of the Guy in tinllutt.st Spot on Earth "A V.WK IN KOKK.V" M.iiiUlg I i II CALUSTBP. ss >n> Wllluun Hill PHILLIPS (HU TO-I1AY Only 4.3* & 8.IS Bb m m ORANQIH hi "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS" AMI "THE WOLF MAN" -\M KIIAV to MOVfD \^ 4 30 & 8.1S rVtOfl I I lo . Maria MONTEZ —Jon HALL "ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES" In Flaming Te.hnlrolor Rod CAMERON bsttlli Bloodiest • in the West . -Illl Oil) ll\i% III •all.*' with | MIQHT — Ray WHITLRY R Hi Bar-fl Boys Be Mi i.i'M'' II41 V W TO-DAY (Ohly) 4.30 & 8.15 -HI STV SAVES I LU'E UVD •LAST.OF THE ill n MEH OPENING SATIKII.W I AS ami SI.-, IKH JAMES UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE! KANSAS mim ...low Minis umi IIII • iicmt io \ni II Check this List sj| KsAenlinl hems (or Your Home. • Galvnnised Kurkels • %  • % %  i -I'd Wiisli Tubs • Coal Pols • Box Irons • Slid Irons • 1 "Hi in• Enamel Pails with ( n->rv '• |. mwtongtr% an*} // %  dsnni Without lh it l',irk.t< I Telephone 2M THE U HI VIIOS (IMiriJKATIVi; I'OTTOX F.UTORY I.TIf. I 1


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, September 21, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
FRIDAY. SEP.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Churchill Has
Chance To Win
\MI HA-MIY, 111 NM A\
LONDON, September 20.
\yiN3T0N CHURCHILL launched on Thursday
what may be his last and greatest bid foii
power in Britain and "smart money" conceded himj
a good chance of victory.
The 76 year old Conservative warrior assembler
his "Shadow Cabinet" to lay plans for the October 1
25 General Election, which he hopes will return
him to No. 10 Downing Street.
I observers .generally be- days ttwn now with the cry thai
blttcri] ItvUfld between Con- Britons now can phi-.' in POWOJ
affective Cabinet "not mlsli-1
booknuirM to by class warf.ire Of doctrlfwl
t'hurchill victory
I bookie Siumi:
ll Labour.
Churchill cnthusKtslicillv picked
up the Gw
but promised
i nlv .i vol.I wir*"
"blood. sweat and tag!
The ti..i,| a .11 b bird and up-
hii: Chunhm wunad, ir his bid


mpalgn Mill not
atari until la dissolved
on October 5. but the election ma-
chinery of all partie---alerted for
.
i->ratlnt( today
Chun lull nimoHMd an emer-
Knc>* meotini; of I Bl I
; i r\ utive l';u t\ iidvi-
election strategy.
ugl Conservative Party
. ichcdulcd for October
. .
to tin- proximity
.
The fn'-mrr <.v..rtim" iMCWf
Kreeted Prime Miiu-.tr. AttlM'l
.-nnnuncempnt ttuil the eountrv
will vote on October 2*. ju*t 35
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
From Codnngton
Rainfall. BS in.
Total Rainfall for Month to
date 6 88 Ins.
Ilitthp-t Tempeialure: H5.6 r
Lowest Temperature 76.f> "F
Wind Velocity 7 rail*- par
hour
Barumetar (0 a.m.) 89.966
Morale Of
Chitwst* Is
Wmaken&ng
9th Corps Commander
B> ROBKKI ( Mil I.IK
NINTH COUPS II QRfi
KOREA. Sept 20
Ttu Ufl ld BtatM Arm.v s
second ranking Comm,iiul.i In
K..i.m ni ( f:...
i : Chinese Communist
weakening .md thai
I I .Ml Utl-
prceedcnte t
occurred
..i en nr. Bri
POWV MM)

Wiiiii.m HuVv Commanding*
the Ninth Corps. *ui<( .(. h,.,i-
uuaitcis
Hogi mi lad i.> bn-
niediate speculation on
Mbility that Communist High
i might agree I

Hogg aajd
ilnmmI of hi. policies not utiW '"' tieui* captured in one
over a I tacks from Conservative-! >n day but also over the Left Win* ae-l''"<>"' rront duniig ttu- summer.
Uon of the Labour party that Desertions which were a rarity
oppoaaa so much -pending for
tcarmument; the Liberal party
which has only nine seats In tho
but holds a strategii
position between the 313-aca
bour party and the 297-scat
Congervgtrrm
Anthony Eden
.u-i it Part) HNMatr *'
ed to hurry back to l,ondi>n from
U Itallai I predict
th..t if C ousel v.it I vo ..in. the
aged Churchill would take the
PrtnM Ministry fm | 'i
as a victory trophv. then turn
the Job over to Man II 0
other younger Tory,
Ohurchill who will be 77 on
N is suffering Irani
-
Mr Clamant Attlee. Prime
Minister for six years and three
OH election day. start
for ScoMmd to-day. He wil
the annual meeting of the
-fT"r\ and O.r*.
tUi .. i
His shadim Cabinet is made no
Tories who advise Km
iggi rini battl
Uamartl Attlee'* brief ijinounca-
ment by radio to the COUI
the labour Party granbj .
from the people
after lit months uf <;
with only .i sjn.ill majority in th
House of Cattail
margin on important
votes has been only from
19 in a 825-scat House since
IM0 elections. Tn.i
1-ibour Party tnuk power in \V*%
It now has an effective majorit.-
-f MX
AUkM appeared to leav
doubt he wanted a popular en-
House To House Appeal Will
Be Made For J*ca Sufferers
0VW 230 packages uf clothing, hardware, luxxislutl th
have been collected al Queen's 1'aik by the rlUrTictlM Relief
Organisation, [or Jamaica hurricane victims.
The organisation was set up twelve days ajjo by Mr. Mc D.
Svmmonds, Churchwarden uf St. Michael, with the help
t Mi H II Williams. Secretary of the Y.MC A.
Pint .lupinent ol the article*
will be sent to '
S.S falomble on OctatM I '
axpactad. P baglni today j
and the Relief Orgam- .
II ! the public will do I
i onlributlen a quickly |
.. poartblt. as tnal ihej may bl |

a few months ago. ai
-
fur freedom that they
. rat
and water is mitEhly COM M'.--
lime of the ..-.ji '
Hoce pointed out how badly
veteran Communist troops have
been chewed up. The new men.
he said are battai aqul|
well supplied rt ith tin- i
1 I
N.A.T.O. Has Made
Good Progress
f'rimi \ll {hmrtrrs:
(rrofts Rffi$m*s
To Invrimimitv
l*olivvnn>n

|u
Mi
A camera shy Rux-in oflicet hli hi-. tr < oyly lirhmd hi> hand
- the pLotogrsvihei takri this p th- ui FiM Mjf.l(*l Km Wilb-m
Mlim Cnif of the Imperial Uenei J ti'sR (centra) .mil M.tjoi Qaui <[
M M A. R West. OiMiarsI Offi.rr ,, n0hlfl| irlUaa
Troop- i a. in. (h^ati. vatcluai ihi !. ,,.ll(l
aam......> *iiereby tfc' Atibarlcau fcica* took over tba pohclim of tlio
Inner City front tat Ru.uan Ireep Only In ,.i.d by
tbe four Power*, could inch a picture. It taken ol tiicnaiy |uiunu4<
tlon in one ceremony. Itapraea
inol :it

.: i. DrOtlin
,u!imi uf ,.
I
. i)
I 1
i ii Bat
nla pata ol gul
boofemaklni i
Aaalaty: i > dit m Uh
Ibaraiaia DaMi


i \ : .
'i to prii aolagj in
Ha admiitad thai a
Mm had been
I
11*ui laawari A m
.in,! rlylnj oaiaet '>" h
I
-i jci plane travaUmi
I
il id. thinn' i.h them (,.i ba-
l c ii
staiii'ii s.ut Rama a
talon ol buttartUaa
"in two
more pi atom
have lakan
I :i:.
I
ll cessars in two month!
despite the fact th.it thl
have more ammunition and mi
Bad
there
ftuih*
UUi can now Bra
(Minds than prrvimi-.lv bul
is no accuracy -They
*m n> |i ind lei flv"(t'.P.)
Bu
pneftaaai and empty
i. especially bl
to do so at the earlicM opportunity
for the *apie reason. Severn!
.
I I .
who are desirous of
ending i......il to Quan P
but And 't (itrniult to do so, ran
:
i ich day. nnd aval] them*
the BCOUl I
servire I
AH-Onl I>rivr
Mr Symmnndu told the Advwale
- that h<* has planned to
maka an ali-oul
:ui,i mburba one An* i
lor contributions to tho relief ap-
peal. This will be in the form of
a house to house appeal by the
< ir so small
_ On Paie T
ADVOCATE JXA
RELIEF FUND
THE FUND took only a
saort atop forward yeatarday,
but yet it moved and thl" I*
important Onco It li open,
and it till i It mu-t ito for-
ward.
A picture of the hurricane
dauiagn on thi- pane apaaku
for ItHBlf.
IB IT N0TRIHO TO YOU?
-who bavt not yet Kubucrtb
d? An you koIiik to help, or
not? Whichever couru you
decide to> follow to halp the
jiifortuuaiaa, pqjsue It today.
Either of the Bank* or Un*
Office will receive and grate
fully ackaowledRe.
i
iid
l A,...n.t. I\., .,( < -mm
W W W.I Ik in.
!:.'... Hank lU ('
U.S. Musi Rdj On
Fore.' To i*6p
RoMse
TRUAiAN
Bv MERREMAN SMITII
WASHINGTON. Sept M.
President Truman said Thnrsda;
thai lha UI muat .<- on forea
lathei than iHplnmarj to pre-
i i .ni- ..rat make certa'
Hussla lives up to hci Ir;'
agreements
As much o.s ra dbtltka ll Uia
President solemnly t..bl nil Mn*l
I i
Hi i'ii that the
tlRMad Btati *rtH no! i I
power ainl will lonln.
greement, with Russia. H.
lha i B muat nonMnue to build
up its atrength so that it will bu
ir |)ositlon to anfo
that vwy na Bald i
... p.
.
tholx asi;:- n ll N and othi
havo cinnpoUad the vs.
rely on force. When thla nation
in [Kisitioii to anrOrca
he sale. ;hey will keep it.
le added that u the iraaoii
for the b!i; V.S defence pro-
mme. The poaatbilty of maiii-
v. ill be stiongci
it the I' .s kik lor-
rard Wlttl that progr;ui.r
-tnk to Our knitting.
Ha an pba i"'-i thai
not ml to use ft roe but as
must have ability to meal I
with force it pea ,
e.p.
Court Claim For
Transport Planes
(B> FRANK II. HAKI IKllOMl \v>
TOKK i
Thi largest flwt ol Iranipikt planet in tin- 0
i Iclivered eithei in Cli.natr Cuinmunists i In Ihe U.
.....ta 1" (wnership u--In .i u.. .,,. I
C.....I iH M.ii!. K..t. i. i
n> aircrafi -r. ......... 4 vaiuad ai H.7uu.uua The
planes are .if U.S. manufjuitn.-,mic( ;i'.. iinrfri U.S n
They an- al praaenl Impounded I
rporl in Kona Koni bul by i
i whom Hi. Con
U.S. Turns To
Hi it is it Turbine
Engines
\
' Mlin c I lUI
tan
. tad* II r

mar j"OT|til
The ilvcision uf ti.e H.
n Ub nna *
1 ., I S '.111-:.....!l.. i
...-...,
effect
- i i | i i
l client engine topes an || <
lawful owners they will
LONDON
OTTAWA. Septe
'['HE British Foreign Secretary !
said today th>t the North Atj*
made "extraordinary progress|_
defences as the twelve nation l~
for its final session to recommer]
Greece and Turkey.
The unanimous decision on expil,>tog--tti'jL
further into the Mediterranean was ^sUtttnudi _
with an agreement on plans to revise xtiHyw^oiV.
War II peace treaty despite Soviet objections.

KK. Buys Oil
From Kiiiiiania
LONDON -
The A'lsto-Iranlan "n l i
ill ..it fro
in Iran hat concluded deal '
.( mi from Com-

tc ute'a willinanaai
MM mr pel ted manj oAciali hera
A llKhtllU
* keep nil
1 ntlltl
Brttlan oeVUui ballad U
ment aa an axampla ol Uk
lap ..f kaaplna open
muniat bloc B
landi Iron
. i", thai ll halt all Ira* will
No kmgi i can
from li .hi. Anglo Iranian Unkeri
M**> . in call il itn Rumanian pmt (
. the Ap- tonstanis ovai lha naal
niouthk lo fnr> fuel oil !' BrltiBl
naval and mat
Middle Vm\.
ILP.
eaai
I'lie last
taraiij
i Bai Ri

i ir.- i .,, blUon w
top with iu eol-
" laan of 1 i was fui-
I ah -, by | Durl
i i Ighi thl wtek 'i
i i hi......
Th|n
CEOROKTOWN Bepi "
I Tha n......dot rrlchel
. M Haladarai The m
in American hujtor> u .rteld yeeltrda* received, an ofRcial
......[ ealeoano 1 an the in. Cricket
ett to bull- offlcttilB iiiin.di.i, veell-kiiuwn in-
tercolonial n-iiio- "k U
Omen Rerfcalj Oaaa
Harhailos Kals
buprewive
labh
. 111.' |x.'...'! III! !?J. I.'1:' I..'I I
uorough ah
Bmiah niiiangai pV n f tha Ptniipi


in tbe Korean airlift oi

I
*
I "Fhimi

firs/ I la ml Story
O.Mi: HKKMr fllV I II ll
Ml lo imi

, b i fuel
with thai ol
it of I
r p,
D Lftl show wh|c
i .tuntnl up 1..
'i. a Bttaodanoa i
*ell over 100.U0U mcli ;
bj iiiii-n i par rV i
I
i
,
ready for ali III* H
A turbo thi
ai .i turbo ici lopa whli ^ powi i
cunibat pliines *-\
: ;
iii luatloi
t ilrunan now ,
[11 | .outrun aril .i
sngine* ...
''" hurl
and mlgM
: .




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1
Hong I
i
('on

l ommun. I
K lards off.
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4 .omimiiiisis Step
Lp Disorder
( .inijtiii^ii In llVrlm
MKltl.iM. nV
' 'Hats etepped up Ul

tarn sectors .i
their strangle hold
Conununl ran umfi

I

routl
thl West.


own the barrM
I


i
.e
In Jai. i


THE P0KT ROYAL CLUB, onca a lud mark ni the lagandarlly wlckad uty". Man In picture aouiU to
the spot where fonr personn wart entombed, including the proprietor, his wife and baby daughter
Gleaner Photo
American barricades."
-IT -t'P
i*!hi m Anaartaa. aba
Thar* .he M"i lowed mi
lull'* horns. pw*d undei hi
. ol i.n. eomplatal) on
II iin Bword, kiiii.i
in naaU a/ith hei wcond Tha
.. .: ...
i. ||
opinion. UaVU li
i ertUcal if thi
Ida -f Ha I Curtain s qri
i I- making al -


. iirlitc.ni. - ippad up ni

CaanaaJiBi: Auetj m rlt,
I .'!..'
i hi. i U i <
.....Uttl i.lung men
intv affonts.
lha Communiat
ng lha raauli of
.....thi
I 'i.Miiini m and i*
arvlca mat
Wi
Iran (\nn \o Lodger
Cootribitc Vo
Kort-a lii'lii'f
llorwl SnuflM
Browne and Urbadaa-I..... Jus tie.
I K i WarrJ.
Th.- Mam twined ..ui tot practice
*t .. beautiful draug
uK i rda ground
uter Wllliama hlmaall donning
and hi Irrtng |

l1"'11 ifiehi i .....i iTound ara la
m bul 11 pr<-
i pan i owia
'".....lh wtH i. Bradahaa
'i a iml hiitii ||
1 pun Hold-
.: ,, >.,
much work1
Barb ido bobman ev lanl i
in- guitalaai wuket rovejlted in
stroke making to -1 .
big crowd wntchlna in the ..fte.-
noon. hul early in ma mornlnii the
an an lop, Bruikar
moving the ball both ways anil
" atlngj ., good bnpnaaaion
"All an
i
.II..IIK tO lIlM.HII
1 iii newsmen a
.ii Council maeuruj bag
the twelvi
ached an "eatr*
,..!. if
IkSUCI
.
.. Treat) i
Frldaj thai ih W
will not I .
ngtb t'.
.
Thi* de. lai lUO
the final oaj "' mi
cleare.1 the ^ u M
p
'
dsyring etoear Noun Atlat
osanroon I lootlni
sliiiiiM bi ran
!,, tha Soviet Union arl
ueet ri-ferenrc
the Coum II daetaral
ftrtly the "pai rittenl Btti
dlvwi the i p* '
A'l.inti'
du not unch i lUri i lha nat
the drrimtli .if the close ties be-
n free paona
I
tern itlmiul itiulmi rll

fanalva Blnani Eo $< ih
icni rtrarurth I i
i. .
Thirdh A MUii I ol
naaea .(Tort- ai vague in 11

lint tha
North Atlantic community will
get than Hail fol-
low them.
They "'ii ni vai n act i
, . til not
., fiom building up thaii
.. .
turds ol
Th. Council also anvil lo In-
. (t, I flOW PI
ing in Kiii'M.. Hi i'i h '
M 1.1 M. rbcrl M......

British elections, will
foi propi
ay iiir> British '

Sir appointment of :. 1
pn Commlttaa who wil
the rlaki '
European
, ird w.i i roduebon
.. .
Ian in Paris.
Tile "ADVOCATE"
pay, for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
ii
,' NI '. ,' ^
to loniii i gbif
K. i .,i ri lial becau i of
Its on difficulties the UnU

11
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gate, Bald bai beet
nuking ii nil iiitlons tol
Korean Belli f Pi oin
M ngaley.
i Racot
.lie.i or, man bai 0
,r I ontll-
, .
oi tha
. lion ir

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of SZ50.-
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- uno If
The King Will Ckrrjf
On X* (.'Hiial

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K Oeorgi VI lotanda
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. .
tural chanite-. In the Kb
V. furttiei exi'i.i'iation was orTer-
whether
.

t.itfment spent
| ites with
hlir, lait n.rM aifi be received
medical visltoi. again to-dav
KaW.Vi
I OK
QUALITY

i ngjliah
mat letters, i>i Samui i
/ol naoi iava ihi opinion
that "Claret is (or
port toi .....ii ii.it I... who
to ba -i hero drink
lived
in an age rsowtvei i i
n n lool
_ma rati r
. hou.c. 111 the baik in i
.
DRUNK FOR DRAD DRUNK FOB Id "
Those
thought little of whetting
01 fou
b further hall at, 1 usS tin.
... |
^rc it |gdM man in hit daj nd n aak that
he wai well p.i-t Ihi ago ol n hiy-foui hi llv i (>*
hsgrtaan barrel of. oi ''
I week :
Wo nre assure-l hv the Instoiian that l)>^
Lei Mine be IVInr
i 1 .
IHUXK l\ /#'# IS I IIO\ . .
K. W. V.
PAARL TAWNY
WEMMERSHOEK
(Medium Sweet Table Wine)
SHERBY NO. 1
SUPERIOR BRANDY
/* ll\ A.ll.l. ... H'm 1.1HHH
%


r.xr.r. two
Ccodh falling
IIARBADOS ADVOCATE
rninw. MTTiMrtFr. n itsi
M,;
H
'
\n
ivernor.
w Pat
BWMI
DWHkfa
Bark to Canada
V;uigh.iK
mi >**-

lion .f the Bjirbada* C'smen.
Club
Firs! Vi.it
USSR

SpjiIc, A- ii I.'. t \'
I ih,- V U t
Iv DJ
.1 'h^ V W t
gftd SI --
II W iv t- ; .ii-
dav unit is staying .-i Ij-hioo-
uti-S**" The Stream
From Trinidad
MRS fUSTINA JKN'VEY -f

li spending Ion
here staying at
Stream
She arrived e.irhei in tin- WMk
In It W I A and wan accom-
panied by bM d-iutiliter Joyce
who 1* with Barclays Bank.
Mrs. Jciivc>
Stale's aunt.
Trinidad Pianist
ISS HAZEL SCOTT. Trmiti..d
i* at present
udini variety thratre
Durinn one of her performance*
ad some "' Uut'i music
. rod tin- Dally
AFTEH spending a r,
I .; i
and Mr. G- Eaadon rat
Canada last Saturday rrominr bj
T.C A. Mr. Orell was
Ma sent." Worthinji and Mr.
-
renre Gap.
Los*s Movie IVirt
Journalist on Visit
M"
John Ti'i.i. at Use Rdl-
Ot' the
turiad Publishing Co who has
n here a number ..r Hi
,-. is now back again (
i weeks' holiday. He arrived
K..rt Amhrrot
I is staving at "MayvilW-
Hnll.VWOiil) Sept. 11
l Ion's penalty for
b?ing the object of the affections
BO and Tom Ncal
in then pitdawn battle last
c.-K was the loss of a movie
part The blonde was dropped
from lbs leadum iolc in -Lady
in The iron Mask" by Monogram
tudlo spokesman
aid doctors reported Miss Pay-
ton was "too emotionally upset**
lo begin the work.If.f*

dim
II
A Card from Moscow
THE Russians are
portrait of A B Popov to rsd

.. maans Uttla In ihli
intry Bu* undawtscatl
*.. arrived hare
. th.- las-, week-end by worts l"
It W A la sending tct, dam if" ^'i'"'
holidaving at Supei v Out .....to give
I rthing She I
M
Trinidad Nurses
iss
iMU'SEWIVKK 1..\MM>
i-Kiiiii '; to itn lowest of the
eaionly 113 per cent, above
I August 1933 compared with
122 The housewives'
buying go-alow, in protest against
high prices, IS blamed Rearms-
On Holiday
lyg'.SS IOTANA HAOLXi

I public demon *
Lecture Admission
Id London Hi S II
stein, general manage
I ompany relate)*
how hi- atti'Miliii .i le.lmc
ItOSF. WILLIAMS and
i m Banbouaa, both
-
IU, holidaying in Barbados siayu
" IIJLI1 I' I ;' i>IJIIiiril liraifl'l"
57,lrt,Ved ""* "*" V ,mnl production cuuM not offset
..,.-,, t. .. ._ lb* f*n '" output of consumer
Miss William* who will be re- BOod.
mainmg for another week is pay- -------
mg hat Hrst visit to the island.
kg at the Park Nurstng
1'ort-oI-Spain.
Miss Senhouse who was m
two years ago is em-
ployed at tin- Caribbean Medical
Centre and plans to remain here
for another two weeks
W.I. Athletes
ployec or W E. Julien ft C.
Commission agents. (if St

For A Month
MISS TECI.A ACOSTINI of
Lima & Co Ltd MOSCOW In 1901." A Rb"pCENT report fiom Eng-
PopM was asked It* Ml rlea *- land says that George
in Baibado' fot i paper reports that Mar- Lewis, cake-time Trinidad sprint ^
; "Accra." Rod nnad the Atlanta) pharnprpn. is thinking of turning an
lb repUed that his attentions to iti<-
bwia Marco. It* mile. Ha has written to MeDoo-
__,. .. ill rould he done only by build- aid Bailey and Arthur Wmt in
With Mell Leaseholds lag .. lower on each side f the England, asking then, lot advice
S BARBAD ntb'l Atlantic So high thai the radio Both are billing to help him
holid.u di French Ho ''*' travel directly from Said Bailey: "You must admire
top to top. who at an age when roort
He ,mved !-en ''"",'' lf ild be thinking of giv-
i i n.w i a .nui m staylni si
Super Msec Cue li
B.K.I. Ka ntriMT. s c. .
, ... u.im... cheat*. ii.* m Won
aawg, is i

I" I
"I
n-.u Mti.it co
* fl is
l> m Mth*nt N>
A i
innirw I-at Mir. 0
i
The N*i
H 11 K M
Nw>
i; >i > i it i:
rOUB LAST lll'I'OKTIMTV TO M I
SEE HOW THEY HI \
THE HILARIOUS COMEDY
-By-
BAKBADOS DfeAMATH CUn
5 and M.3II TO-I1AY
(IPKNINO TO-MOKKOU I I", and Ml
*-
OPENING I.I.OIIi: TODAY
5 & 8.15 p.m. A CONTINUING
FRANK and JaVM JAMES and THK VOUNOBR BBOTftatRI
IN
he story of
Valeric and Ben
Hogan-///f euy
uho never eme up
ami the girl u ho
never let him
down!
incident
the i
i i a
For Further Stay
CINDER ll J K KA8T-
LaTI
For Hurricane Relief
Ammi^:k i Wan ini
tudJI > v-* I'n nd Mrs. 1
,ndJl gngland who ware hollda
Commit.......itbi >":k V""1 Bl "J
money for the Hurricane Rels "* *onc to
Fui.u." Usl week si Uv w< I U /,' "" 'i'i"" .
.e library, students PtttT A Month
slopes, affix- gv KTKH ipeiMlllH a month's
inn stamps i nd doing other minor J\ holiday m tin- asaad. Kn
|gb <>n of them sind 'We an || irM OIU, daughtai Ol llon'ble
.help'' John Radix of Trinidad, rcluin-
, c ,1 home on W*--!!!!
At the London School : V.l,\ She was accompanied
of Printing
MR. GODFREY CUMBER-
1 ATCII of Trinidad who U ^
aoa student at tbe London
| fi
lo iba Qatarmn Qt Print
in port-of-Spaw. Ha
aid Ibal i'-cic is much te laarn
...
i i ii ii tbe ttma.
Inter-colonial Cricket
r>UR!NO intercolonial cricket
> npi
Wnt Indl.
1 4. |i in TlUi k ' T'iri.' i
I* m H..JI.. N>u. M.|fti>lrr. I |i m InUrlu**. M p.m.
1-i.m the RillloruiU OS p m BBC
I ,Mr. 1 W p m WorlS At-
in W. p m Th* News, 1" II p>
ng up athletics, is just about to
tackle it from a new angle. Pro- l"a
vidtns Oeorge has kept in :
tiaiiiuig dining recent
I ,
1, ]>,: ,1.
should not make
quarler-nnli
of the
i i. )' lORAlOa
S^pl tl. ISSI
in W K p m .fgWS
i AMADSAM
i> n
. < M
c HBONSTU
Rupert and the Sorcerer28
. 'i .
i Bum
IIUSMtOKO
' in.ih own, pftMe Dp ihetr wlvea at * i
home to and out whal li happen- L
if iT Foi the lienellt of Iln -i ami
in Ity v ho ire unable p-
In nd follow the name.
laya ai
Baiurdaj mornlnra, place
I
Btroet with the cricket i, n> i*ment the peu i mi. <
Iba games betwe< n British 7. -i inciudius prw
A-r r
' Ir-7

1
5-f)T ir
r pel
Ruptn la in u wilderment that he doewi'i hear dit
-irriot coming ovtr ih grass uiml
las shoulder ii held in lh atrong
grip and he lerlt himielf puahed on
lo a ndae of hiahar ground. Th**
ihcjr both w.."i while iht flying
peed *"! diuppeati
te. Ihen me big
. Rupert and be|iii*
;re*t nta andj
into th* distal
man stare
talking it a gr
nd wivme, hn___
In.l aaevei." thinks the 1ml* beat.
"but thank goodntu ha doesn't
eem to be as berw U ha looks.*'
ad pstadag
' This is ai
(iulani and Darbados.
stores will he changed
fifteen minutes
The
'i.v
7. Later inciudius
dlaguat. (Bl
10. Uttla Albert and i
oua. I SI
Back Again
MR wil.HtEii FRANCO
Shell I
ud I-- '
of
it. Iinv4- ntewted wagOD hitch 7 H
ich may depend upon iu
. .
I holida
Aith hi
by H.WI.A to jo:
Urany who hi
lieie lor the past two
ing lit Sheiingham." Maxwell
ol M:
[towt n
Mi Franco
ha came over
in the Inrtarest ol bis firm.
Trinidad Medico Leaves
R JESSE ORELL ol Trinidad
who had bean vpending g
holiday in Barbados, returned
I t.me on v.. '.< venlng b)
B.W.1 A He was staying with I
:,i M II .it M
The Stream
D"
S. Mtissfwied waaon hitcli ? ii
- Pmal Prealdent of *
sune-'-hni pUimblin.
Tiiuidi I iu- Oonrtrsa -ii"
Bajf
d iJ. Aitpiraied 14 Acniaa. 141
holidaying '* Mell !tom Uie amaient. (Si
I, li ma? aound ma deptna. (tl
II. A laia boar lanag.l (Wl
mill Mn Harold niai ill* i tia HI
4. cuiunin.y drviwii tiiuitle. ts<
. How- waa the udder aeeu na
entartalned ? twi
0. liikoluntair linking. (Si
fl A t of caKe. (81
a. BipUMlTa tor thla e*eulii|) (SI
12. Sef Roy a* a bivalve. ti
II. Thla t.'ilna la worth little. (31
10. In all cllv eeiabllahmenta. (Si
20. Bound* the alternative meUl. Ul
to*
SEE
HOW
The Gun-Thundering Story Behind The
FirsiGreat Train Robbery In America's
HiStOry!... U seen Im behind
" ^ (he [mights ol the
_ infj Worst outlaws!
Glenn FORD Anne BAXTER Dennis O'KEEFE -Follow Ike Sun
.-. JUNE HAVOC f.. t. S*MUEl C INGil t~r*:, SIONfr LANflfLO
HtlV.%1.
flpenlnc TO-UAY 4.30 141
Columbia Big Double .
__Brim NW F"1
IT.I '..,..
1*L Anitatar: ].V rin.nl
. Hl*ir; 17. i.M
aTsiaajH alTTfel*.
,'.v:;
7 Pvar
J 4.1 I If I
*IW
"il"!". ... .
n Ti O... 6 trlll.l.
i ImI 14,
ALLAN PADMORI 3
WINSTOI Slnflni
I ARL BEST s ag|n|
TREVOR HARSHAU. B
lllir-l SUI
MABTBR ORVIL GHANhlSON Sinuin
l'ii Mq Huns.. :;.: Balcam ISci Boxa He.
THEY
RUN!!"
. A I It 41.111 4IXK.MA (M.mb.1! OiJyl

'lllll >
i they running?
ih.v runniiu lo
,-",.,->.-.>*-<.*- -,*#***#W'* #^V
.1 AX ETTA Illir.SS
SIIOI*
KGCXIIld BREAKING SALE
To Secure Iha Bai gatni In*) never barsained for liom
the 50 cases of N.w Merchandise just i,-ceived for the
TLadies. the Gents and the Kiddles too
LOWRB BROAD BTBSKT
DRESSES
ratLDSBN*! I'XMIISin all St*e
Baaaa, AHaraaasi
rDaahtaM, I raagag
iiH-, tnarchaadlas i
opening daj ol our Re
they arrived lute, but n
will in- the iietinnini; of
foods so we i "nii.iiiv i
Milisrled eustomers who
i' specially 01 den
.i Hi i i| Bai a alas!
it loo late; for Saturday ttnd
nkw SALE as we hart
te you in jean 11- rank ><1
Iumv.K si
EXCELLENT VALUES
llii.s\ t)n:.lllv Alllll
Willi hi'iit pr
'i Si*%
KrllU-s 3 & 4 Pl.
Mincers
Lavatory llrusllrs
Hand Brooma
ilium Suiu-t'pani.
ml handle
84.73. IMS. 18.30
...... fl.SSM.M7
$2.353.46
...........77
...........73
(ale War., in Brown & 111... U
Sires 1 lo 8 cups
Tea I'uls ............... 70c$l.:!6
Code* F..ls ............ S1.01S1.46
Milk Jims ................ Ue.$1.19
Sugars ......................... 59c.
CnH.c Mills ............ tl.90$111.38
T. It. EVABTS A. Will 11 II I IIS
DIAI 606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220
ALL hooks IEVRWSD IN
Tin: "ADVOCATE" NEWS-
PAPEB CAM III. OaOBBSD
TIIKOl 111! Tin:
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
#"###."H.I mjS Ol THK 1 'EJVTt HY
'/ Slllll./lrin/ Hull mis ...
Iliehliuhls in Slow M.ilion I
fftm-tJ^iTJim
.\?-
';
SUGAR HAT
TURPIN R0B!NS0N^/;
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP "A>' ^*~-----------
OFFICIAL FIGHI.FILMS
AT
VL\'\ 4IM >| \S
OPENING To l w
IIHIIM.IIOU \...
104.45 and 830 p.m
and contlnulni Sat. and Sun.
Mfl .ud 8 3" pin.
Mon.. Tugs .v W.-.I .3 Showii
1.15; 4.15 a.-d 8 si pro
(FRIDAY) 2IST
OIMI\...
4..KI untl .- N p.m. an
(oiiliniiiiiu l>ail\
\Uo: The trouble Hill
IK
The At-lion Tealurr
laraTnI day
robert ryan
john agar
/ rriti
THOMAS fiOMt. IIHIS CARTER
dm -m ptatKif 0
ha*tM n n:t i shb inM m nstn nmias
Sassi' i- H '<-' l " as hat" Satti U*m
AU -The Short:
SI-OttKV Wlltlk-.
BEAT
THE
BAND
with
Franc, LANGFORD
Ralph EDWARDS
GM KRUPA and
his OnhMtra;
and
TAHZAN
AND THE
HUNTRESS
i
Johnns WBISSMULLER
. ci
Johnny SHKFPIB1 D
and CHEETA
- pus tomti: LpCAL TALENT on PAR \ni
JOHN MJMH Singing "Blue Me- n
rXlUO ORIFFITrl ling "Whan Yot I
. -.. | toRllvi
Too Young in Know*
N '
. l
JOHNNY
IWEISSMULLER
.. JUNGLE JIM .
PYGMY
\ISLAND
And
Tl. On IhliBpot Story of the Guy
in tin- llutt.st Spot on Earth
"A V.WK IN KOKK.V"
M.iiiUlg
I i II CALUSTBP. ss >n>
Wllluun Hill PHILLIPS
(HU.....
TO-I1AY Only 4.3* & 8.IS
Bb m m ORANQIH hi
"MADONNA OF THE
SEVEN MOONS"
AMI
"THE WOLF MAN"
-\M KIIAV to MOVfD \^
4 30 & 8.1S
rVtOfl I I lo ,
Maria MONTEZ Jon HALL
"ALI BABA AND THE
FORTY THIEVES"
In Flaming Te.hnlrolor
Rod CAMERON bsttlli
Bloodiest
in the West .
-Illl Oil) ll\i%
III all.*'
with
| MIQHT Ray WHITLRY
R Hi Bar-fl Boys
Be Mi i.i'M''
II41 V W
TO-DAY (Ohly) 4.30 & 8.15
-HI STV SAVES I LU'E
UVD
LAST.OF THE ill n MEH
OPENING SATIKII.W I AS ami SI.-,
Ikh JAMES
UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE!
KANSAS mim
...low Minis umi iiii iicmt io m
nuuEi
R hie M ha NNLEW Epfe MM M HUD,
in: i'ici:i> \ni ii
Check this List sj| KsAenlinl hems (or Your Home.
Galvnnised Kurkels
i -I'd Wiisli Tubs
Coal Pols
Box Irons
Slid Irons
1 "Hi in-
Enamel Pails with
( n->rv
' |. mwtongtr% an*} //' dsnni
Without lh it l',irk.t< I
Telephone 2M
THE U HI VIIOS (IMiriJKATIVi;
I'OTTOX F.UTORY I.TIf.
I
1


IRlim -I I'll MBEB 21. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE T1IBEF.
W.I. Granted $96, 710 By CD. & W.
Grenada Gets
955,000 Tor
Fisheries


nada lo impn-v
.'.
r\gj C20.T4S


emolument-
CTy Officer up In March 1SS6. the
C. -fO(M fully dtvkmt
nch u '
luiptnent of
a fi*h stcr* at GmiyBvp
STEWART FEEDS THE DUIKER
"
1 '
beats and transfer them

I
boat. It will

i
depth equipment [<
(or ihe Information
uahed ici
* ill greatly facili-
tate tl a Ih)
Asfiing industt i iied on
.illy when the boa!"
ivturn late in the day. as Of
.
b| the lucrative mink.
St. George's in good I
.
Huh overnight except the untatll
rated :
nets hi Ihi
The scheme also pKM
the com)
experiment?
'- with !i-h-
B| and the fostering nf such
minor Industrie' M lurtlr
Hrove oysters, and shell fish
Ko.ids And Airfield*
The BBCOCld rrf the three grunt*
approved in August nM "i>e >l
7,434 ($35.6831 for the const ruc-
ii.m i f raw* i roadj in St. Lucia.
This supplements pravtolll priin^
totalling gome lis.oou ($86.0110).
and provides lor the 1
three Upper trucks .mil DIM B i
truck, and ll fo? l*'o

: reman
The third grai it .
(10,971), the fee and travelling
expenses paid lo n tirtn '

( relic
undlni Windward and
Leeward Islands.
These liner
total approved for the Wi I '
1i. 1951 to 873.835 ($3234.40H).
and Ihe
1940 I i IB? '' I
LOOK YOUR BEST
:-<7-h!/-yrar-.
Jeetit the tlutker antelopenut ol ih, m
l
Hiiulii Teacher* Man irrested
Object To Hostels For Forged Notes
illi-"ii 0>b li(iHni"'
PORT* f'-srai\. ~.
Hindu tin now
undergoing a two-year training
, .1 m .' !.- ;
Ing College, Port-of-Sp-m are
ring in ..
Christian ho-rtcl not onl;.
gtnus grounds, but alto mi BC-
.mitit of the type of meals pro-
Vldt 'I
Thev t.. have received an
from the i>-
Education. Matlna; that their
cclled if Om di-l not lake up
s.
I The note 1
decision was made in
it- (hi
later "f Education, and 11
led to th
t:rade B edu. ...
h iv understood however, that
the Hen Bhadaae Saggan MaraJ
ha "fit reo these rtuew nt
kUon where they
their own boarding
ind pursue
||ef
ill" <>" !*" Oarnaaaaasaai
PORT-4 P-8PAIN Bap) 1"
I
: lib UM
1 new cui-

During; the week M
.1 \.i ..I L<- ti'
Portin on charges of uttering a
.e dollar note to a vil-
lager and being in peest
- the purpose, or making
.
Hollywood \ifcl
IVlr\ ision Utmn-
To A^it'tiiitiu
HOLLYH '. 19.
18

major *lump
I

1
. i'ii fat : It)


-nt back in II
'
V
out big*:M
.
our, lean laton
with pui


refuting t pej the hii-

video, and aemaraiRg 1

Turn Ti> Msrvit Studio*
As a result . 1
. ..
for reguli
rhkh will be ulllired foi

Hollywood tii
1 anting ituatJ 1
n Bhni to
meet the unexpected b I
Movie lnduatriai Muevo ihe
two entertainment mediuma ncaa
operate in an unofficial nlhanee
tn mutual ihi "..
Repul lie at i-een the
i
pany |o adjust it

during the ihrei
will have profited about
S12.000.000 via
movies to televtal
tnrjughoul the I' I
If.
Your hair will be
handsomer by *jr
when you tre.it it to
Russia Kngnj'.wl
In l\ i.ln.ii ipinv
SAN PRANCI8CO, Sepl. 19.
Laadeta uf the Arnerlcan
t twn of Labour
put before
ehorging

1;(. man].

upon ihe
U.N. lo launch full
bains 1
foi Introduction ;' the aki..
Cl 1 vei tlon here II Mill he
1
\ ! 1. European
Indudlnc Irving
Brown "im hai been I
free 1 unloi
Brown told reporters thai m.i-
tai lal baa beet
re beiuK
froni theii
Gen and elsewhere
ll ited behind the Iron
Curtain.(C.IM
Hold Hoir To Wvt\
Or man Countrs*
HOLLYWOOD. SflPt IH
\1 l, .V.. Klaliet l'-'t '. Vl.11 III -
Nlriili^t-K (litnMnc*Mi mtif I
I Bl Wife of
Nicky Hilton. Mfai
I 1 real Count* 1
Weatpnalui
1,1 Hilton would wed
1.....
1 next fanuai 1 1 P
c.o.L. Goes 1 p Bi
6 I'oinls In T iFPBBl Our OWa ,*irM>l*l'
PORT-Or-SPAIM Sapl 11
The 1 u t of Ut ll
1 month

1 e| of re-
lall prices ->f cbHhlng Of the
, in 1 1. 1. i.> work-
In in -tids last
and aboul ibovo the
, isj
i 1 "i idna

. hither on sn averare
1935.
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
u 1
rh Uirill* M Bn II m PTM
I 1...,*.
" *' F'- -....... I
' ......
'
Ben 1.. Nlalpha. s. w ,%m i U| in
ca. nt" 1 m Mif
'"h Philip H Ii.
1
\ninvAi s
r .: ion
n 1.....
1 ... ,
Phiim .. .
. lUHPH
VinHnd' Harr Tonic.
Just use a few drops
a day..-then see
the difference!
Buy bottle today!
Vaseline^
.1 tax
Hal
1
Korea Is Firsl
#A8n ITOW lept, 10
Ths Bl
K as s/UI 1 ontinue
to get in i"i ll. Ami'* .1 an

Lincoln While, (levied ..
MOIiei .Ii .hi I>.
fndo-Chlna probably will get
gnu il fanerlb in arms shipment!'
unh ('ruled Nations I
II'' ______
CANADA CONTINUES
ARMS ALIGNMENT
WITH BfilTAIN
OTTAWA. Sepl 19

I,line its ll.idttli.li,>l iinlil.it SS-
desplte
t, to i\marwan
menl announcement I 1
night thai the Army hat been ou
ptaMre I
? movement In Nn-
:
Howevej 11 ii" ams
was announced Conodu-
1 pad wHn
t r ited States forces when il
tt to (-.nope.tC.P.I
SEA WELL
J'mm BniTLHII HI'iaNa
_ haroi 1. p nirfcni. r
I H
.. ...
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royer al gtftnt i- non-poi' 11 .u, penile and sale mi
human fjasjtaaal. While it dUi id Cta the \mhiih1, 'Dtflol'
leaves the living littaucs 111 l.iuiagej 10 COffltlflUd the
natural processes of safe mid .apid repair.
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LADIES ART SII.K I'XNTIKS 2 pair, lor Mc.
C IIILDKEN S COTTON PAimn 2 .. lor f
PLASTIC PANTIES I BABIES) 2 lor 7c.
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( HILDRENS BANDBAaa X4r. rarh
(os.mi IK BAGS 2ir M
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LADIES A CIIII.DRIVS ANKI.I BOCKS 2 pain lor 72c.
LADIES BATON BTOI KISI.s 2 vt, |r tfc.
OSS' sTkU'EI) COTTON POLO SHUTS....... 2 lor SI ihi
Ml ten siiiii'i ii < ih ins POLO SHIRTS 2 far Jl.oii
Ml Ht Mil KS 2 pairs lar Ne,
Ml s s ll Mill B BELTS 2 lor Me.
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Bargains and this time values are more
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SI 00
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$1.00
$1.00
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PLASTIC PANTIES (Babies) 3 foi$).00
LAP PADS (Babies) 2 for$1 fJO
RUBBER SHEETS (Babies) I (or $1.00
LADIES' HANDBAGS $1.00
ZIPPER CHANGE PURSES 2 for$1 fjfj
COSMETIC BAGS 2 lor^l.OO
LADIES' PLASTIC BELTS 2 forJf QQ
Values up to SI.60 NOW per yd I Uw
$1.00
$1.00
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $1.00
LADIES' SLIPS
Black only ............
LADIES' WOVEN PANTIES
Lace trimmed
LADIES ART SILK PANTIES
2 Pairs for..............
BRASSIERES Pink and White
2 Pairs for
GIRDLES...................
CHILDREN'S AMERICAN COTTOr?
VESTS 2 for
CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES
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CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS
'.'hlLDREN S FELT HATS
Assorted Colours
ASSORTED DRESS MATERIALS
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LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE,
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BARHWIO^ ADVOCATE
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FRIDAY M I'll MBIR 21, 19.-.I
BARBADOS sjs# ADVtKnTE
t-l i > M.. I
I rlSSt* Noni.mlu-r U, ItSI
CM I ION M I llll
THE anxietj of ih< average Barbadian
for asnploymenl in thai island or any place
in the become proverbial and it
might be thai this strong (tain
Jit BCtiviUn ol certain CCffe*
. iploy-
Within the last few month?- .tppluntiui
>ent to many people in
Hi's island inviting thetn to pay a registra-
tion re m eontad with far: | i
or fariiu'is in Bngland or in the United
TtaS) fuim also invites
the applicant l<> supply a personal descrip-
tion i. ceii-nii ousstioi u i<
their ability to furnish passages or n i a
in other forma ol employment.
It would be Ideal if some agency could
eecure foi Barbadia "f entntay-
ment which ve baffled the wis-
dom of legislators and eluded the enei
ot Bjovernmenta In the WeM Indies and the
Colonial On
Howi in i might be
dividual* >i private fftrmg to attempt to
ploj menl al what aaoTna to be
ridiculous!) low coat, it must appear even
to (h> lacts
that when goveramentg and ornarilserJ
bodies fail | ma of employment
for them the task is not as easy as it might
appear.
It would be gOOd sense thiielore for these
wln> receive circulars or forma oflss Iruj con-
tacts or direct means of employment, to
consult the Lab ui Conuniaaloner'a Di |
ment before disbursing any funds or giving
any undertaking,
The Employment Bureau was organised
;,.- part nf the machinery ot the Labour
Commissioner's Department and to Bide
step it is to refuse to make use ol m h
machinery as the Government has seen fit
to' put at their disposal. It might he that
some people feel that the Labour Depart
ment. and by tins token the Government,
has not acted which they would like in see
but it must Ix.' remembered thai the Gov
ernrnenl must err if at all. on tin- side ol
caution. It would unriermini the faith "f
its most ardent wpportera if any govern-
ment ventured on ban brained achei i
prosnising meani "f employment which did
not i: i There would he at least
; "ii the ground ol wasting
public funds. Such crttidam has hero made
even when ihe returns are small.
Th.>ii.s.nds of Barbadians will be willing
ti> pay in aecure employment but the 11
lion to disappointment if and when such
efforts fail an more acute than when there
is a e.uiiions approach in the hope of mini-
mum ni<
it might be that the offers ol employment
are sound and will turn out profitable, but
with do record "i achlevernent available
for public examination. Ihose wlm are in-
vited to take part In any scheme, CT to paj
ibsci ibe to funds in any eray
towards the seem employment, or
making contact! which might lead i" aven
in if employment should consult the
'..-. iIon mi ioner,
CAN TITO HOLD
THE PEASANTS?
Thr |M-asants an- Tito's bifiursl worry. Tfeej U-A lo his clash
willi Stalin. Now the Hi. Hon. Vnt'iirin BVvun, M.P.. in his
ili iii I ri'jtorl on ugoslavia cxaiiiines 111> < >n 11 n i \thotH'
outcome nun be laiclul for the world.
Till. ADJOURNMENT
thk debate on the adjournment which
tOOh place in UK Mouse of AsBeml
Tuesdav did nol d< justice to one of the
most ancient legislative institutions in |he
British Empire
ti.i- Government had every right to re-
sist the motion by the Opposition tor a
- adjournmenl and the Opposition
had every right to press the motion in or-
der that its members might be present dur-
ing what thej regardedaaa moat important
discuaaion; but the sentiments aanreeaed
to aay the least unnecessary and the
amp oyed not Ol the standard
wind, usually chi rai U?ri* l< batei Ui the
Barba Tt would be Rtthlg when SODta DODOUT"
a embers have rea I the raporta of the
discussion that in atonement a motion
should be made to expunge it from the
record Then there mighl be no opposition
YUGOSLAVIA I

I
.". rod i .'

,. In /.JKTCb.
Tins is or*

I is in tii<- mornlni mi
i. ..f rhe ..furnoon.
> D m.tor vehicle ' r
I
port ware mmd,
vuli and horwj. in IS \\
looking
i sal ;
.veil l.M.k.-el StUH .'ii'l hist ;
bj Ihelr owners
Tee pea ail to SO pr
of i f Yusjo-

lion have not ana iged much for
centuries.
The clash
Everywhere, all round us. wo
ew the tons rip meUMn
tivatton
peasant husbandry. When WS
talked with the member! of the
Government and Mked them what
Hint principal problem a
ml prob-
lein '
Wh.it they menu by the peasant
i. rate ot sgrl-
uiiui.il product
iiiently. the BlsKM ption in SSri-
uiiiii.ti purautu '
portti n ol thi population leaving
few to man the new Industrie!, and
tUTM little surplus
itii tor the accurnulai
i capital,
is in their attitude Ion irdi
the sricultural problem
i lommunurl k -
comi- into the sharpest rr>n(tlrt
iMiumunUrts.
Stalin's way
|| for UM
stand tnli

key nol only to what is happening
In Yugoii ivi hut what may hap-
pen In the whole ol China
soviet i tommunlcm da
the pi '
the town '
. .
Communist writing" ol the past,
bat In the letter! thai an n ex-
,.| St;iliiL.
id. i-iii.-v ot the Ben
munhrts to the peasant imputation
is to COUecUVHH it They rlon't hc-
llcve that it is possible lo
in iv.tut huebsndra with Oonunun-
i ; ii
The liquidation o| the kulak and
the collecUvleaUon <>f the peasant
re therefore the two method! b)
which Soviet Communl
thai iii- in Increase the i U
ndtui ii production nn make poaalbla .i rapid r bi ol
Icvelopment
Phi nl "t view On V
Com muni sis have itubbornu re-
uTted,
Tieeiharj if
In the hi i pi.ii
thai the) owi i tit alons-
eMe each other during the long
and ten ible yi u i ot
peuanl nuhtmE for hli land ;".
for national independence, and on*
Communist! nghtinj for independ-
the Hivoioiioii

Ida* lhat M would now be
an act "t treacheo io turn upon

them nf their peeeenl itatus.
T'.i m I- .ui ironj in this. The
yuaoalav Communist! ore it-
UKSted In the Western world for
being i<" harsh to the peasant!
Dan are auai ken b) the Bovh I
l-:nU'ls f->i lieiii Ion
i'lu- N ;i i; I .. < i i.'
acute!) reallsa that unless uiey
easa the rate of agricul-
tural production with On
I- illei numbera then tl
nomlc proejraai will ba painfully
ind Um exped
in population fi
Moscow insists
n i> impoaaibla so tar, b
.ie the cultlvaUon of 45 to BO
acres, which is the roajtlnrum alse
nl holdins, with iho in-
Induction of modern agricultural
machinery, even it thai could i"
obtained In aufAclent QuanUt)
There b here, therefor
bradlction thai the Bovii
i > pointed out. it is tfHa
thi now oi rr
Mt| r*.;.. mtlhodl Of CU
' -om* MSI i*0 Iho foundry
1 loaders,
demanding thai their own
I tural U ba Iml-
< thai makes it
for them to H
date thamselvei to the point 'it
\ lew leked u,<-
Communists how they proposed to
solve uiU problem umq

tow repre-
sent about SO per eent ol
I I..
: ii..t in lo aa)

make loans Indeed, they h ive
in-t cancellad .i large >-
accumulated
oieit mar-
keting 'fi that this,
In competluon Ih the
.ui-. nriethi i
ud the pesaanta '-ill >oln 'h<
evei
Sellint: ;i pit
i had ii-.....umoun
vear it number "f the pea
had loined some of the
lives had applied to bi
i was Informed thai thi
due to ttu
har\'4'st whit Ii

thi i real have resulted
ir. .i reduction In the i i
ucfa applii
s here we hava Uv ,
Yuajoalai tduatr; in
II i at the momenl un-
fokted isteif
attlnuoua
trouble betwe ^ l
mil the peasant about tl
grain and of pigs- Moal of the
u .,i prod"*1a ore
Old lo.l> in the mi 't for
whatever prica irw

ml whlcn
he must icll to the Stoi
poation variei ol course, In diffet
t peri mil from
i.....ling to I
i

lo ;m per cent Foi this than

the tree mark" I
i- the .i. hi lion,
Th. Oovernn ant
..ml fata taken m iln< Wtiy to pro-
trust for tl
for the BI ind m
m ping, some
fin export, to"
Tin- forcfbli aeisure "f > cer-
tain percent aye >! the
product is the West
1'in world BUI it
see he 11 i i rei
ment could I
Pnnaa nti da ansll
The pre*
the ik uant U I II he m able lo
.eii all his products freel) and
coinpeuUvety the reaull
[Or I >e urb.ui
workers to be to i i> As it la.
lia>-t \carcttv thontjtd loi
i that the
peasants do much better than th i

When I .. ked UW Yugosl.v
> tnought of
the immediHtr fuj
fairly optlml itJc. Th* bi
oma rood prioi will f.>n thi
autumn.
.
long the whole of agricultural pre
ill be bold m the open
market by the <
by the peasants m free and open
m petition and I
vernmeni
.ind the peesanu will ii
this ]
progrea
.ii. than
would be afforded by a forclbli
ei/ine of th. peaianhf land, it la


U wet Id
i It lb* sum*
mlttve ..m h nltu
Inate
If Tii succeeds
in the riH-.iiiii-iie. of course
Yugoslavia can put more
ei) ;it the du poaal I ..*
culture and ol her urbei
only by
I
'I-. Vi. |
hopeful that in- International
Bank will
to them.
.
for our pan
if tins h it- ns, a win i, veal *
the world
nipt aoclal ti
tlona whii h ere taking place In the
' the world need
.-. follow the pat-
tern th it by thi
itlon.
UocesftiJ, imi
," ,hl the Yttg-

'' wlil t.e mterestmg
impact upon tl
the Soviet bloc
m between a r*l-
itiviv pros) i.. A Yugoslavia pro-
me methods
than have beep employed on nea
(\-eol in time in
to the pofjulatloi
border Stab that the
applied by the Yugoslav Commn-
lor t,, thoee thai
Sd to them.
thi. will happen, onlj
the future can tell
in the Yugoslav
Communl hopeful Hut there
U t the objective
i Yugoslav!
ail -I lem" ill
continue to dominate the economy

f the Middle East n
.iit emere the
ntheo cotittnue to iw
by an, asrioulture th.it
H sou grounded In pi

uroRi D COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
I I ^
STANDARDISATION OF
BANANA TRANSPORT
rare) BsD>lsjsaauew I nlteiaBaaABaaaasai ituwi
NEW YORK.
Progress made in the transport < i
undei propar iifrigerated conditions .~ g
Scribed by the American Standards Aaancia-
tion UI an article m its lournal, "Standardisy-
tion '
p;ist few years, it says, there hasi
rcfa Into the refrigeratingij
lo preserve perish- '
This work has culminated-in|'
the approval of a standard practice for the
iruTtaUaUon < banana boats.
The pioblem i ui'.ht to a head during the last war. it
ii i.ills. wham new ships were urRently need|
<|uipment aboard these hastily-built
p to a certain standard of safety
ERciencyso a standard had to be laid
down,
ADVANTAtit:
Adv.i th* standard procedure were
that manufacturers <>f refrigeration equip-
ment and the shipbuilders themselves would'
: know in advance whether their products were
enough. Standardisation also enabled
shippers to 'eel confident that they could trust I
their perishable cargoes to ships fitted with,
approved equipment.
Requirements for refrigerating equipment |
aboard ships wen- worked out to agree with
tor land use, as far as possible. But!
ire a number of essential differences.!
Por example, sea water is used on ships for
i| condenser units, whereas fresh water
is used on lanu. Corrosion-resistant rm-teruils
must therefore be used in the shipping instal-
and the corrosive action of the salt i
inhere must be kept constantly in mind.
Special provision must be made for lubn-j
eating refrigerating machinery at sea, since]
the rolling action of a ship may exert heavy
treasure on bearinga Proper lubrication may
'lie duTerencei between continued oper-
I the equipment and serious breakage
The possibility of damage to a perishable
M cast something goes wrong with the
qufpmenl while a ship is at sea must also be
taken into account. The standard requires
sufficient reserve machinery must be
carried.
means that at least two complete con-
ng units must be carried on each refrig-
i at i ship. The total capacity of the units
: must be adequate to protect the cargo. In
other words, in tropical climates the equip-
ment must be capable of maintaining refng-
< ration with one unit in reserve and with
i the maehlnee rwnming M hours a day.
As soon as bananas are loaded aboard a
ship, every effort is made lo reduce the tem-
perature ti> 67 degrees. The fruit is warm
when loaded and generates considerable heat.
It U careful refrigeration of shipping space
that makes it possible to bring bananas to
the market in good condition, but the article
warns that consumers should not keep then
bananas in refrigerators.B.L'.I*.
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ADVOCATE MAIIOMIil
See us for the following. .
COPPER PIPE >.". V. 1'." and HI TINGS
GALVANISED PIPE Iff
GALVANISED BENDS 3", %". IH"
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OALVANISED REDl'CERS Pi" lo V V to V
GALVANISED UNIONS W. W"
GALVANISED 111-11 PIPES
CAST IRON CISTERNS
W.C. PANS "P- TRAPS
CORNER RASINS wllh PrdrnUln
Itiuik Rvvivw
Hy George Malcolm ihomaoit
<;iiti:i voim. man oi\ im m\m.
Till toiMi OBOBOB ""
M \l KII.K. Uftsn 1860-67 Edll-
ri\ li\ n*|hiu- du Mjurier
recer Daviaa, is*. Ml peea.
in ! ten of a gtfted
btlr priggish young man on
i Like In the London of the

George du Main ler, who lived to
beenmt> th<- author of Trilby ^nd
the Cither n( Sir Qerald du Mau-
sarly

heart,
Mho arrttea ragulai i>- to ins mother
.n reduced clreuinsUuwae at
Dui Midori um) lends monry regu-
- Id brothel (living In

Biacori-.i.,! m the French ht
Oeorae (known tohli fiiendsasi
Kicky) ii anxkHM lo aaj on,
anxious to marry Emma Wmht-
wirk M I Street. He
has no tuEtc for Bohi
though plant/ of tatani
Hi- drawl well < "KikhI enough

. I
herited from his ne'e]
Freneh-father.
The Conaplala Itnlianiaaii
Tha | vsa hue .. area one
influential salons like thai ol the
i K i
mav but somehow ram
mept the great editor I:
or that of the lonhlos, rich, dis-
cerning (;rrek.N who hold couri al
TulSS Mil! for .nlisllc !

with i: io in tola pockei ind a haif-
VI .. tler*i itudle. '.iuh the
: use of WhiMW i .
I portai
'i- about t" elhnb ihr MH-ml ami
rtiti
Ha charming, with hta half-
French 0e>mlnderi
nd in vi.ti al HI d irra touchea
tari of his love! \ u
. .
ing fi mi thai n.i-
' i




better oil he Is ilsi i
.
Mexli
the real '
m lo oi are i innot Unas i
aa Kicky doea a shocked i
I
fellow," .ui old
'
cornea n ciimpse oi Henley i
: .
..n.i aobbtng lute ehU
Mry Anne. Mary \nn-
i Hi'iih \ limit '
treaa, to do hei

kh Kick)
brushes aside After tiur

of the


- ..I Ihr 19th
with thi
of V i i
Arm' there promo-
liul.
Du Meurler'l mother had
prob.o Loodon ihii-
dren'i derisive ng aixmt her

Mr \niir. Mjiv Anne.
( safe the .im in ihe ityrag pan
Tin- lu M.ium I of the: time
iBflj own pr"-
n......-
I kit their mother
n vean i d (I ither un-
known when M v Anna met the



il
:-'
, no doubt he
i vrith


Trilby
d enough for

Cuban Trade Agreement
Controversy Still K _. -
LONDON,
The Anglo-Cuban Trade agreement is still
t Ing controversy in many British qunr-'
lers. The latest broadside to be fired, this
time m favour of the agreement, came from
Mi 11 R. Cole in the form of another letter1
Ui th' London Times. He writes:
"In my previous letter I made no reference
to cigars since the main controversy over the
Cuban agreement had centred on sugar. How-
ever, the following points are perhaps n Ifl
vent
"Imports of dgara from Cuba are to be
limited to one-quarter uf Jamaican supplies
It is difficult to see how concessions ot one-;
fifth of a market can be held to constitute
ICtion tn n enjoyed by Jamaica. It does, howevei
illustrate the tendency nf protected producers
io tliink in terms of restrictions and of main-'
tabling existing markets rather than expand-
ing and extending them.
"In the last analysis Cuban cigars are eithei
better than Jamaican or they are not. It
they are, does Mr. Barton (Secretary of thi
London West India Committee) seriously
Uggest that British smokers should be com-
pletely and permanently deprived of the bes:
quality cigars simply because they are pro-1
duced outside the Commonwealth? Lf. on the
other hand, they are not such a fine pvoduct.
why does Mr Barton fear their competition
with Jamaican brands?
Mi Bartons arguments on nigar are. how-
-n anger: he apparently believes
that Britain's requirements are limited to
what she consumes. The operative word in
tract of (British Food Minister) Webb's
h, from which he quotes is ol count
Mr Cole wen) on: "Large amounts of Com-
monweaHfa sugar nominally bought by this
country are shipped to Canada and replace-i
by foreign sugar. It does not follow that
i ul i herself satisfactorily negotiate
Ign sugar di; tly
Ins remains the case Britain
will \w\-i\ more sugar than she consumes and
mpry not obtainable within the Com-
monwealth at present."It I I'
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Ham In tin* av. 4' jibs.
i ni n.,l Muttun In tins
I im.Jiron Meal in tin*
Ont.r THI) \ > fr,
KEEP ON BAND
srotrh ffTasaki
Rye Whlske>
<...lil Hi ml Rum
Teg Notch Rum
Baw Air
Vi'orthlniton Ale
n< s in Una
Canada Dry Sotlj*
and
Ginger Air
ENERGY FOODS
Alt Bran
PrufT Wheat
I'ufli-d ffkaal
Grape Nut*
Ricr Krisples
v\. i i
Corn Flakes
Oat I likes
<;i0iw tuns
that SPECIAL DINNER
on Sunday
z^~ s -.::: .___^-n: 21^. :v?
PARTY


KKIDAt -I I'll MBKR II. 1951
RAKDAIMIS UlUlt UI
C.J. Reserves Judgment In Alimony Suit
pake rive X
DID THE JUDGES of the an | Appeal, Mr.'
rayloi end Mr. H A Van >.;ir b
nc which Wl
Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collyi
judgment in the Wilfred Rock-
n Hock alimony case which was heard at the Court of
relay.
I II A>\\S
' I..'- .,f U'v-
ight aaadnai km
Peking to obtain ali-
"
v lam Court .f
:'
of 1,
onl> Mel she had ,-ornr into t,i.
t .ui. was ,, .u, U)r I'MdiKu
I tlir uile that MM *->v> Inr in
Hie house unr mornliu earl*
but a wa nut for the rourl t.t
iiitl. irmi..
pOUll of falling
port. he Mill that he would scare.--
iiing coun-
part* .. ti be nM thai tb<
IMlg. forgotten the us*- o( !'
English The evidence of '

nctad proof thai
: '
Rock Mr. just the ueual < .
D tad with crediting' fooda from i fi
Hi I Bant i.i fi. m an i
I ana that the onus
Suinmlntt up the
* C'ouit of Appeal Jud*:* desertion He did not h
i.'ited that tin* p
:..-'.. .'..' kai
II Mi D*ai .....
On that day the\ disagreed and the petal
' : ..
. -
he had itoi i< ud
Mr. "'.' -'- BMMMMbU Findim-s
1 """- |HV " "* if the y r
,.'" cap) I i tenet .: tl
fredaalleM-iiJPfMow bad taken the view .
w. re enUUad t
'
m the first place, thai K pkeepere, H dW not m.pi
1 '. but onlj his thnt the supplv was adequate
w
th him MH It N JACK V
wife up to July 6. lflan. and thin he rent. | DOUM Rt i the 001 Mas buna th< I-
take her back on July :i .ind she dde The
to to with him v had dnwi nd Baked her have i-eturned home ham fuiniieu
An to King not icing his para- t ,-ome, o ; ""'" ""-
mour, the Assist..*,; Court Of Ap- nssuranrri.1 out >.
peal Ju rter careful- SI Ud to b. aft > the Island
the evidence. of livln
the and of lb
Stowaway
THE
I lankly* Ill .
I
for below durtl


plained 1 i
Mowed i i


bers of th.
/.
being >'ii dark
out another diligent
ny* way U> be I I
policamaJi
Ir 111kl.11 IIR
fad that Ihe Praakkra i k

I r British c .
I
II wawey' \
hn-r-tm. ked seaman < '
'
.. t hat hi
The Praahlra O.K. did
..' 3 p m but i I I
art todaj
found
Thi* ro
nun (.,

i left)
CONTRACTS
END
that they bad conw to tin- con- thb wontati llvad
elusion that the relationship l>e- "She should haw IjMJargiven ;in ','", >"*'" "'
'" Rock and Kir lni Ufe aihduci which I',,.,.
rot merely one at master and cirovo her out would come to -

I I with a Mipei: rontlrmeri
I, TWO-YKAR-OLD Jt RTn r Bo i
ce of Cova, St
i. i :... au Jefrra; adw I
." c Jfld. T,..,.,..
/_
Hut
nplalnl
DR. HARKNESS LEADS
U. K. DELEGATION
to w.ii.o. co\Ft;iti;\( i
I Cd to supply Can*
with ud It would
I her regu-
larly on the oi"iin' of wllfrad
- ha would pay fr them Upon
of the
| . not
out
Final ' ......
I
K.m.i liiir or thai '
Lent
ti DB
Bnld K C m i
sing the lion th- rh'pf to the Comptroller
i ": a.....-...,. ntt nl ..:. I M
.....ll "j" ''!
i t i> to Head the United Klngdott
i, ,:,! .,. ,i. lelegatipn ot the-annual matting ....
..... ,; WJ ^llR*1 Committee of the -lutrltlon of Infants and school-
... i
Itv t<- niMMtlo*
"d w*< '" n no"itif~> *o
-t their cfdihill'v -nrt AmtidP o.B.E, Director of Medical Ser-
Cannon Overturns
The old cannon it I Gal Savannah havt for man)
provided a r(at amount ol tun for eMldrei
wl o Bock iii und them neai lj avei > evening of the
week. Thii tjrpt oi gun formerlj formed the
11 B.ti badoe whei the flrtf era wai itaUoned In
the island
-------------------------------------------------------------.i.n ride them
th>
each net on > gun and pretend
thes an PI
.
. Mi. IW..
i N ......I lh ' all cannot
i rtui nad Pi opla tin
taking awaj Um
rail h kepi |i
The wheela
Comet] Saturihix
TUB N 9 tjaaatdau i aalaaaget
.
morning Iron
vi. toe British Northern islaniu
I
'! i . m0.

. .lit :


'
T^mvo-Year-OM
Boy ifisiting
jbput 1 on pan, on w.
retui tied is mn ui

.. d out
the POllCI but I
> I: h:
RAINY DAY
DARK CLOUDS overhung in.
Citj t"i in'.ui-

re heav) kt pi
i opla running hen and Uv << in
.
Ing with
on\ I
.'..i tin i...I
I d ihe whole enefj
ha bi en ipoUed

i hope whot
iu aoon put
-.. ,i fallen mn* back In p
I *k forward to Iheli i an-

.'i
"MANS DUTY
TO ANIMALS"

. SPJ \
I
iHC.) C K Torrezao gave a
le-iune on Prevention of ti. -
vlileiw
IARKNKSS I a ceriai i mounl i I
no of ihe
"or i' BrlUali
u '.'.. it h v been pro- ,
I
rna i ftfta* I4M '" nltnalr ai the Pou. i i
r n- H<.,.>..! Committee ,1 - .....'' *> Attending
World Health Organization for I """" '""" P ""' "" "'IM' wr """U|
the Western llcnmphe.e Advil- In J ,...,:.- ......"" ***
re to Dr. Harknaaa at the meet- Oven in $LP*%LtZ > u i' u'
"' will be Dr L. W Pltxi floU bj "'"" dltolt fell rhe Police ren I.....
.!'..!
I I
StrmiK Point
On Seat point;
that i ihall urge,'1 he laid, "u ihi
the chief nndmg, or
of the
. .)..,....!. ., am) i ii .1 p
0 Mahony, Dlrectot i I
B
The meetiTiK is sehetluled te
pen on the 22nd September and
lose on the 3rd October.
Ittent drlzil
I* rained In nearlj ever) > ' lei-ture
rrom UNICKP will i-ro- "' K'"...... '-J "* p;.....! '..... ,
.,- ..,. i g p.n [napectoi
' lure
ih moat | ei College to M leachen
:r- M"* ''-" n-"' M,M* vefy h0,v>f Hls -object will Ik- "Mane dut)
m in

.
tment I I I i
I i' fa the
i pi ... |, ...... _,.
i i ' on "Kin i
'"'\....." '......,""- ".....] "' ;" Undei an agreemeni with tin Prinl Ii two at itu Wind- ' ''''
!; of the .V(llH |U..,Uh o,.. ,....... i k.
' uu Courl oi (ll 1049 lno pan-Amei n Sanl- nion ol an "K'",jU "ll"
Appeal .- not i ...! on .my e\i- .ur% (,n... ., ithi
1 ui bekM aAahlkthed m long . tb s"""' P*001*
If an iKlertook '.h runctlon < . i .
ml) \ < on adn I Committee of the Wi
the learned .indues i Health Organization foi tht "' : -, " ll ''' ''
. found as ern Hemisphere. It exereltce theta ">l I
nil Ihero functions throutih it. directing a
to justify then- Council and its perm - i 0 i tie rain fell, ;>nly si nan rera wbei i < ol unknown origin
being r. be Pan in U* Cits br Valki
As l0 (t. .. Bureau In Wa hlngtoi I
--------------,, ;. -.. r. ,-|,e(-u-l- .i th, If. ,. I ...,!.
llUng Jhlttee and Regional OfAcc .,.,.' St. Peti .. '.
. via s< \
I i t iullciicrr %
i aadh ml n
tun
i Ti
...
DOI
da) hen
i Oth ships .....
'. .i Oardlnei iu
Ltd,
SCHOOKERS Bverdeaa. 61 Ion*
nd lotted I'ilcrini g
.oi v.-,i from r.i ituui .
s. Lucia th cargo
chiefly .....
fiult. Arewo I
s. hoonen
Ownei lation
LennowBoyd \Say
II in A Car
Mi .\ Leni m 13
ervatlve M P
Island raceni N
lalll'-
Mi Boyd
M.i,oi Dennl
i , ntral Btali<
mnnung, lie u..
ti Ha id iu in......i. el Uu
i I Polio
... Comi
-n.o.-r
After vlaltln Hea
Offlce, Mi Boyd wa
'
rt< i the raffle Hi
...
tb .ill tl .
StaUon
Hvfrvsh i ii #/
4%
In iiffin-iilin ff
II \lllUSO.\S BRO D ST
ALARM CLOCKS.
thout
lUun
PRICES FROM $3.37 To $4.05 EACH.
iii Valueg which cannot be ran ited
.
CANES BURNT

.
nd
In i"":"
to begin mat.imumal t. | '"' Health Ol,
the most a Court could soy wa* Purposes
The fundamental purnoioi of
PASo i.|_j WH'i rammei the Regional
M
lh,


Is this .- i " pt, OH the
: .....
" noth P.A.S.O. HiW
. .... dmllai to cowTbit' dl i
If out of the ;'' '|"- l.vArt* they found as a fact thiil physical and mrntal health . t in all the territories of the ll".
.." |
i.i'.ions." he said, "in my .-.institution jf W HO. Uw hrei of
ponibly menl by all peoples oi th. ngd* pecifled limit
DC lUppoTV '" i/us-sible leva] pi health AtleiulaiKe Neerssary
The Judgr-a had tafd *hat th* In order to carry out these func- [n Arv, ,,f ihi
. dual body derlvei r i, ui be
tion ahou not only runds from two sources; in its |T t|. dlapoaal of the RN
j ,,. .ipaeity as Paso, b Important thai
tnuibqUooi from iht govern- ..
not menu or the member itab
the fan I lUStlfy that in H c:ipa-ilv as Regional Com- the
mittee Of W.llO from the central (,,
(ienuine Offer funds subscribed by members of ,, ilremenl
She iu,l nowhere in her cvi- 'bat body. P.A.S.trs budget for ,.,,..
ted the genu- ,951 was approved at aB3* with the
Par from that. *u-s->- a,Dd tn* E""'t '" lh* J*]
- a is willing eional Cominiitce from WH"
t^-..Jn'^ from the funds pU.d n-. md 1958- th
fact that his ooer was not bona [he dlapoaal of Um United IflUoi bM I
nae. iti improve conditions in undei
On thr Kround that her OBdj countries The fur. i
olijeelliin WB* Ihr icoins tn Pie nkely to be available to the
Corner, ihe decision should be -\in.-rica. from these SOUrcM foi ,.,,s will unoe
reversed. 1952 are e|xsrtee to < m th.-
Wilfred hjcl denied there be- neighbourhood o f $2,000 Dot ,_ ,gi ;
liUE Ihe alleced i > i t . he- <* S .
Iv ten himself and the woman; Assistance
o It wa. beside the pci.it to in raceni re U* Britti through the
ask liim In sive her up. The '-irihhean :n ;i' n.- ...' if ' " "___________________
CONQUER PAIN
SCIENTIFICALLY
HHACCAi/ ,*on,*",* 1*" -'"-f"0e' mediciie*. i.e.. Phsnaceim.
-^~~~~J C-Weme. Aee*'i cylic Actdand QUININE Thi# lour
medicinei. tciennfidUr bi'n thtf relieve pain lait. reitore ur wmt ol weil-b kH*Cl*7 w*lcom*d f D*>"0'*' 0*r I2.000doco>nriddoiit.
U----------~U in fi'en Bnt. n i MM ui' k "i their .ur|enei . I#*e-i.
rbldi. heidichn. toothiche. rttuinmim, nufil|iithu wonderful
new i pec if c bring* ou intanni'' quick relief from all of them I
[TNACf7<0itx ""' you "A "*"'ft
i---------------/ in two-tibiet envelopes
eooui'i to brinf quick felief from
-*eft_~^_^ boot ot pj.ri Or in hind* JO tablet
^j,, ^~J bo.ei O- in iO ublet bottle*-keep
"!"'ff^^/ * * ,n%t* in 'ou' ^ou*
RH YOURSELF
tGAINST PAIN
GET ANACIN1 TODAY!
ACID
STOMACH
Here's
REAL
Help I
New Shipment ol the ever
Popular
GPTIMUS
LANTERNS.
Solidly con itructed and
ad in
Nickel Plata
Theae l beautiful aofl light, 200 and .'100
Candle Power, and are simple and saga to uaa
$26.96 AND $28.63 EACH.
Spare Purls alwajri '> Slock
JONES SEWING MACHINES.
Second la none In performance bul they coat I.
tn) othai make ..I <.....;..it- .t.i. n i lea i j
BUY A "JONES" AND SEW AND SAVE
Hand Model uiil. .....I Covei $99.16
C.....ral u. I.I.in Treadle Model on Drop Head Head
$163.52
Th:. U
time to no with-
out your oropet
food for feat .
of aton-cb no- Jf SW.
arts. Von need slrriig-th to carry
on S41. when aftn-meal pain
IIAltlCISOX S
Hardware Store
TEL. 2364
MCI* > mi
HK.DIM
The Mark of
QUALITY
CONSIi.ATK SIIIKTS with 2 s<-|iaralf
collars, i-ach ............ SS.91
WHITE with attached collar.
lull S7.78: SX.4CI and %*."
t.ltlV. III.IK CRKAM, with 2 sopor-
le collars. Kach S9.66
WHITE SPORT SIIIKTS wilh short
sleeves. Kuc h sfi I,',
( ON8ULATE PYJAMAS, Plata clours
sun | 1.5- & (10.99
Sn.....il SI3.93 & (10.27
CAVE
SHEPHERD
&. Co., Ltd.
10 .3 Broad Si
BOTTLE I'EEDIXC AT ITS IIKST
col to worry over
.1 I ; ulk 1* inodi-
ned with R.*i- n*i 1'atcnt '
Barley Baby wi 1 Uun digest
s ii v> aglOy and *lecp
II) aftci
I I 1
Makes row's milk right fur ha by
Ju*1 Arrirftil
VRESH SHIPMENT OF
lIIII.V\ I HOWS
ALSO
I 1114 K HI I III IKS
I' I real help. It neutral-
Miothes and proterti the
iiillariH ii lining ol Ihr Stoniai h
and lielpa your di|(eibon. Fioui
now onwarda look forward to
meals, instead of dieaduig tlein 1
VeUiits
ANTACID POWDER
Peg indiK'stiiin, Heartbara, Acid
, j it
BeJd uy-.ii < heaeeu aaf
jFRESH SEEDS | j
I al H1ATIIEKHEADN : i
\ 1 I
I Carrot, l I 1 .;
I :
8 >
I I Planl I
JO h. p.
I o J
% i i 6
I '* I
I Ion ^' l^
\ 9 Q
* Turri V c
I I *
I a S
IS Wd Salvla V*i i |!|
; -> ;
N I. i k r
"009BJVHS8 Hi:!
lltl.il IU.lt II
,* tuea, Pepp Oi
I u;e. Te
I
!,!
HAMS
and
JAMS!! \
lo

I
I
S r'urg.
i II. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.Datributon.
I
I
Pi
I
S nuci KMiiiiiiiinip s:;
{ I lit-H.ad of Bi
1 Slreef
101b. Potatoes for 96c.
101b. Onions for $108
Condensed Milk
per tin 30c.
Evaporated Milk
per tin 2Hc
Thfl above items are
Ca.sh and Carry only
ii.nish BaaM UI *"* X
II Id per lb. SI.7H ^
[ferweglen reeead shrimp* X
per tin 6e S
' I. I,us III.- k.urrant Jam O
at tin ae* *,
Slh i ins aaaeeaai \urirot ^
.|jm_per tin It ;
lh 1,'ns (,ri|>rfrult <
Meiawaiii pai i" * o
ii. Ins |IC Jam per tin 31c.
I' lb I uis gfMWlMfffj Ja
l'i
It. In
tin
-i.
. Pi
........*
\ .v#;i.vsaf*/-f>. scott4\ C&. i.rn-
w,w-'.yi'.y-
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TACK SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IRIDW. HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE ev*CCt-.ION FPOM
lAIff K'TCMr.M TDCUP
COM

,y.w..-. .-..-../vw.-.oo'-M-
htta ii'
Y.iii II like . .
sti art i MimoM i ;
-.,, ,.,i a, \i......i Qaj I
'PUEIR good look, tell von they're (V.I ri*/.
You know, too, hen you look al tli price
tag, that you can't get liner value. Illu-ir.il.-cl
u a luo-tooe Brogue. Tied to every pair it
the John While Guarantee Shieldthe -ign
which means just right7 Look for it in
hading atom in Barbadui.
made by
JOHN WHITE
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
means made just right 1
it H n i
n Imi Mi \mm
and
Dkt.nrli.r t'bvti
STIAR1 & SAMPSON |
(1938) LTD.
I M- nlqu ii U r- i,,r Brit Rum v
v//,v/wy/vv,v,',vAV*v;
$ Jl'SI RE11IVED
Tim Kraft Macaroni Chew
.. Sweet Corn (Small,
Royal Ctiotaid Powder
m C Ii S Instant Coffee
.. Tomato Juice
Hamburger Steak
., Minced Reef Cereal
.. Mllo
Tono
Oat Meal
Wtl- Com Tlakei
All Rran
Rot* Heinz Sandwich Spread
Pkg. Dates
i
| INGE & Co. Ltd.
8*1 Roebuck Rt.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
USUALLY NOW
Tins ALL GOLD PINEAPPLE JAM 73 . Bots. GREEN
USUALLY NOW
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
Pkgs DATES
Tins TABLE BUTTER (lib)
SEAL RUM (1} Pts) 1.08
18 Hi Tins ANCHOR
POWDERED MILK (8ft) 2.24 '2 MO
92 H Botl!esFRONTENACBEER26 21
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street


ir.inw. ~iniMP.ii: si \ui
D.KBADO^ AIJVOCATl:
CLASSIFIED ADSJ,,,,mM SALKS
V\l.\ >l VI N
*#-. -I
For Birtha. Manias* at t
MnMTCfmrnli In Cartb
-har>* ii |!i l"r anf numbn of word*,
up IS M d I nnli pet ward (or each
adding.a I .>.d Tern-.* can Phone IN
tnlwcen a > and p m 1113 (or lnU
Nailer* only aftai 4pm
The chars* for announcement*- el

J -pfc-da,* and |l MontundiT
I Hit Mil
I
MM .m char** H 7J rrU and
I 'Mm I*. v-d* , 1*
i d ti..-. ccata a
e- S-ndmW
Sad |1 BO i
i- dj.i
I -. iHdJBJl
i". ii.-aii
REAL ESTATE
U TOMOTIVE
-
i-r ..id
aJdlll..".: wo.;.
Sunday;
In
IN MIMIIKl \.\1
i i "i...... i
u

IhOU doit keep
MS* in Paardta.



Sp*<* i
A\\Or\(lMKMS


ill vlni | our diipoMl 1 "
l itofv Shirt Depot
P-lmetlo Strut l-hon* 4TM
11 fl 1 -n
government notke
The and,rdfnM will oaVr for Ml* at
P*irrompMitun al incu OAr*. No II
BtidcnoMn. on Fndaf. th*
J:J " " September IMl. at 2 jo p m
Tn* dwclinsbouat known a. 'TIW-
LAWX. MS the land .hmn the
aame .landa. (OMaMand b. vtimalnr*
ajuarr leel. xtuat, al IIa.' ,,*..
Pletse Take
1 Job
thjm '.iv-
What hnipt
and Americ.n
joint mutual
mon good.*'


i
For partKi'lata
th* h-ui of 4 p m
cation lo th* tenant
I Condition ol Sal*.
!!...... r;.*a
Th* undermentioned will offer lor aale
ty public competition at their onV*
J-"n Street. Itndj>-!.'.. i.n Frtdai Hat
September IMl at 1 p m
That dealrablr two itorl'd freehold
known ai "Cmioden
lit* Junction ol Cui-
ll-lk-.tl, H.^d, ,Uh th,
thereto containing I0.U.1 aqual*
That dealtabl
dwellmahtmc:
Vir. pjtealW .
club. I

I down-
H'.. ... i i \
-
raft* Dial MI6 IB tilIn

nod. up to 4 Op |
Seplr. IMl mi m
I .
, .
iiitm* ml be pa-
!!,.*. White Park
1

an hr ami
The houaa
Una. l-.ui
tuara and upitaii* d
-uh hath and toilet
ronma. ln-fr for I car and tool room
tall built of atone' in Ihe >ard
1pm and p m
icopt Sunday* on appointment
Ota*! Hunt*
CI.AMKF Co .
SI fcn
ELECTRICAL
: in s, -
II MM no Dl-I *IC
IS B Jl-dri
MUM I TO UAKIM M
with flag top
i in pent.
n n latll ih longi-
lli.(o 5 If '.M-.I Kxpiu
chargei will be Brd In Uw *
ft) "f khl .i; daylight
t
oui notice <>f .""'ti Sepi
I
Stop Pyorrhea
In 24 Hours
1oothrr with Ihc ,
Thr undcriiinrd will offer tor aair- at
public competition at Ihnr ^ir.ec. No 17.
Hit* Stiert iMtfrluan. M |
H1 Q-v of iloptciolK-l. IMl. at 1 pm .
W ACIUGFi 1 HOOIMt Jb J'KII.IIIS '
i I'.n I I place calico
Uaidern attUPM Ml Saint lc>
IT cl-.-lllllt
aa BENTIIAHS
it. iUdiriK> Ihcrrl..
The dwcllim-houaa contain! Op-1
V.randah. cloard Verandah, Drawint,
,id Dining Rom*. 4 Bcdi, k
Th. houao u wired fu, |
but Iho current U not turned In,
althouch Ihc Company
v.ith.11! rloae pro*lmlt>
Iii>p-cllon any day eiccpt Surdaya.
b-Mara the ho.ir of 1 pm and i p m
For lurth.'T narllculars an,i
M l ....ply j
Ct'TTLC, CATM>HI1 ft, CO
Plamt.n
'ada-l
nd btnld.iur hoth Irech-
A.'M.I 1*1

III llllMI m
IN THi: COURT OF CHANCERY
the com- a 1*1] i *h t

_ YORK PETKtH. v. dTRAM
Th peoplj in bis demaiid t, e the brainy -fxirn men THK OTtiR-HR R\tr M nade (or decade, and there to a VfoVT tt'.'
It they are icieiuc or .'nin'r- ""'^'^n'ury Btarti rrom CMeago lnd that
"Mi 100 neat cumivaniM ,0r Nfw Yore*- '00 m,lr* --1% "ll1'
inVttMm *omor*ow !l to "1*' a ""- f"
m.,(tnturfaaVI armimn.l can pup.
. 'iing.
Twrntv -tivi'-year-olda at the
tart of their OaVaatTt are oeing
begged to tak* (cha that pay up
O 8.000 dollar* 12.850) a year.
SMI Um llrms eannul Und enough
brainy yOUaaf men
ertng u now the third

teacher* and nurses.
There arc 400.000 en{.i
'hat there
hi talk ol '. armed ton
rpi I'd" H a .; i . all en-
aUne-'ring and t.. irn. e kUkIithi

Scnmtaata number 175.000. yet
n thg lame
itv. And II
I ItdlW, even with 209.000
doctor*.
But then.- it one lurplu* in
-rMvchoin.
4.500 qi, urisi*
DTatk, 25.000 ,
a payehoanalv
TI|\T I OAN 1\TrKI!ST
VMiFTiirn Briton
nstalment n( (he Amer-
leM kaUl inportant

HEALTH BENEFITS
TONES UP DIGESTION
ENRICHES THE BLOOD
RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
BUILDS UP THE BODY
RIDE A
"HOPPER"
BICYCLE
U If With much regret
that the Management
announces that uitrr
Thursday. Baytamlp*!
27lh
thfl Clnfc'l Cinema
be CLOSKO. Due
s m "ce ot '
S Uemban, f"i" quito
* turn, the Manajiement
baU hetti relucUntly
J forced lo make this
9 decision
Owing to the large
N number "f Clntn
fl .I land it
; is ooi poftabi1*' ior the
^ Club alwayg t. show
; New Films as formerly;
nd, as mrsi of the Mem-
lust
not
sufficient ^
^ at their
1
:
^ Club's Cinema rui ^
SPHY ST.
DIAL 4069
SAIIIORIS"
itpial 2-Pie
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Sltii. 1.7
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#/g jmrmmfut mmtmm in I

PACE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1951
Weekes, Walcott Score 1,000 Runs X^:2^ZV
s^v
\*VINGs

And Take 50 Wkls. Karl.
In League Cricket Season
Lowson Can Become England's \o. 1
Immigration >~~r j
lit HKl ( I. II \-lKI-
Onlv ihrec cricketers
ililltl

LANCASHIRE, Boot, s.
Ihc Central Lam
tO wicketi in the season wl
Tlmg asore Evavtan ''
. PaJcoti of En-
fleld. ind Hit* thud player we*
Denlson, Todmorden'i English
professional.
Tbi< u duclow i In Clyd- W;tl-
. t on 1M Le.itaie
ramta. before his departure for
H'rrkrV Itcrord
I tori Wwkw. Racup's be-
lovad prof*
lui Ins. Iha eouraa
When
1
I than waa
l i.l round the
ground as, mainly by mhh1<
wit:, ha pan-
McKenley
Beaten In
l.oililoil
WASHINGTON. Sept 2"
. ;ik delc-
! i U the N.i-
tham (though Economic Confer
heen in la-* I Thursday thai
grod 10 continue 10
I game* .it Howortti (nil '' ioci
the flow Ol immi-
re ihc remnants of iim prati '< to the
tncfeel aaaoa Bu hi bowling even more tl ail indus-
laki ini lha freak] annas of iU- tui and agricultural production.
Inqucl on ip| tins
- (chosen for EnKlanil>.lolfk lally opened H the sessio i
mlase* Ihe list Jy four place*, at Young (still perhaps England'*;of tha fcoard of Governors of the
YEAST-V1TE

i
waning ye..r Averagi *. I U
everything. Fi .* next
.If*iitr tin- f.-.t That of late he ha*
" '
Bedeer, was tutti' if KOfWi
selectors had wlr*
best --low left-hander i. Trueman,1 A merit
RldCWej I Wardle
' 1 just ouuide the first 12.
i place more vak
I -.... O,. It ,,. i .
swan
.

fir*!
U . >.s. .trot 19
li. n, V. K.i.l.

Mill III :X | D ) |( T
.ui ..( condition. All ths | ea. 4. L
< be turned oui In Lond a 6. J.
-iaht for an athktit |
ed his nrd 0,470 organised by Jamaican Ai" IT I ;!>. I". F C
runs) there was a big cheer, and Wint n. ;iirt of r>,. I Onrdner. II. W. 0 A ParkJ
the Nelson playen COn*rtoUled uaf Fund, and il Mixed with
him 0 'i the heal batsmen <: ueaten into -econd place in th< '
:he world', Weakea ha WO by Englishman. T. 1. Hbjglna bornmEn.
ftaished so ditiraseed that tor "|,*k*1 h*"'
i after t ike' jof,. ,\ , i. p n.
urc v-;.- i..->ik i Compton. S. I
bar Wast J j 4,
h oe-ien bj '( should net bava run, really," Huiton 0 J. V Wilson I i 8
griaaacJng ovei rtoi.....n Bnepperd I" W Oi
1 too .r [kin, 10, h t Simpson, 11. g.
routing the side with 8 yards, but cominf Into the atralghi A
If somethinf >' ""'' ,li"' '''
tM" ' th pped on ma and 1 could ben 1 _______________
tU keap going to 1 -_
u"* K' nicy's atralghi entt
Ol three yards v.
IV f* 5^,"',"K," bltwa^Sr hittkm onwn by fas) finlshtn
nshlp trophy, tart th. .,. |>ol|ll
i [lapse w,is pn i
the tape and lo^^
4
Idei lag UM |ni h ol Btoanj and cold
ondltlong,
Alter the race. McKcnlev
the "exclii'l-
1M (50 or more wtefcettt> *
, hopes for the
I ug by Vta-kuhlre and CHem-
j full 01
I0 T W < ' f'"' '"'"'f1
I Itogethci
lil: 11. A] 1 e depended U .1 pointer to
Statham. a. a v Be- w i : I form But the) do lad i
-, K H Okl R " lieanng a good
m crop of fin 11
Munccr. | retl than that
' 0 !
i- AusnaUa last Fel ruary, i
win and HoUki . i lE.K.
PUuncul and Dcvcl-
Israel
i>nw>nng the
the| Israel independence bond issue. |
r.r.
The Only Pain Reliever
containing Vitamin B
If you hsve s psin you aWl h*v< 'V ""^T f**'*M''l,#^
.hit to uc You must use YbAS r-Vl I b ; pCIIPVP^ J
Tabkm YF.AST-V1TE .. ihc ONLY pain 5 KtUtVti s
rflifvciwhichALSOcnuuttCheionicNiumin s YOUR PAIN J
B.. You will be overjoyed snih ihe result, "i our s j,
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For HEaDACHEl. NCHVE PAINS, ; fEl vVELL \
COLDS. CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS 5..............;
ri< 11 xi)
livals. E.* : light !ln 1
tlvi
\. until 7 o'clock did jy
the Leiiguc ofAclali know where to
What ,i disappoint.
merit for N. Inofl !' I I
was due to u
B.WXWiUNotHaTf
A Combint'if Team
by ll-yaar-oad Uloria
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept, II.
Brll
not be repreeanted ' lha Olym-
pic Qamaa to le bald
W..r!d Olympics al Hi
111.11
' -

noi
political
11I1 .i> (rom the
Olympic
Following
1 p^otnted out by
1
J3 ''' rayio, who-.rr.-vi
tha British West
ihe winnen of Ihe Worsli < up :" 'u"'> madloliia ir foui y*
. uuon s' ' 1 Ho 1 i'iI. London
rstiituti.ms ,.....fctm t|<(
On behalf of the Hacup ciul., ,u CM brought -j._ n
\ """ "= '" '" hrtp " u,..'. tha Waal KdK. are moving
iV wireles, -t to ;'" nf am 1 1 j ,,, Ulc ,,,, (), raderation and
Mrs. Weekes to maik in. ' -'ic. s top sprinters. ,,., . ,n;,,u drafted ,. consutu-
braaklng hia own League. McUonahl Ilaik-y and Arth.ir f|l.. mvl nni' of ihe
wmt stn 1 Colonkw had aln
..S'm in thair avanti t,. nuuta m- mei '.. ition In i li but the
with their second icca .- '<-* tnu> West Indian affair international h 1 win ol the Ballej baaatd the hhi yards in political lederatlon musi !- an
season Their rici 21 H while Win*- accepted fart before their re-quest
Id
1,
rear*! **on tha HBO quite en- 1
ions. I min. 55.1- all good n.....
: iZ'J ruiu, on a Aboul oil ,11hides from about
dM loading i'" varad Wmt's appeal
tha way with SS, made In has usual i" compel* (<>i the saki of the
masterly style. Ramsfaottom !<>-: I*'* fund They H|| pul u,II
.Vuliaiunicii then Indian [srofee- "'" then work and besides draw-
-ion;ii 1. [ bja raapanse from the crowd
foOoweri did nut put up much when Wet Indian Stum
CoUoctioni they cai lied warm
8 runs. Ciydu Wulcotl look, 8 l'"'nks from Sir John Hoggins.
wickets lor m iun* m 1a over. Chairman of the ttelief Fund,
thus completing bis 50 wickets fur ,, a'*" dispelled any idea th.
the KOHson. There u.....kb throe 'n-ney was not needed now that
playei* lr tali Laeeue. who ""' tlMl1-'1 CJvaiuneni had an- ,
000 runs and mi adokers ""'"^ It" conerlbution. Jach aolomon
this geaon Waakes rValcott and 'The cnivinnn-ni sum n..n i.
Todrnorden's b^igllgh "s'"' '"' Um* lt"n '
struction and retiaDUltatk
r.....immr*'1"" """" "
lller tailing 0r.ldecl.Md.tlWI *' ,., (rwd gumfl lha
.0 took 1 ,.,, h,, ..... ,.|,l .,, M,.
-: ml 1 -lined lull before
'. MM' UKBIII.I Tixliuuldch niMhir..!!
tawliiig allack and collaiaedI for ||, ,..- of Ihe crtlectkgB would
o^ iimi!. M bowlod for |. |t, 1 IV ljr M Dlll ls
K*. j?1?" M"rU"dle' F- A. Il-v,.,l Ihgl 11 "ill ,ll II,,'
'ilrt n. K-oi-ed II .,. total liom Ihe
,pi'.,l
nul II 1 exp-
..ill .1.. U'lU'i lux! >,'. ^ ------- -_^___
haying nv re i Koei lei
Arthur Peall says:
led.
Cockall Defends
Title Next Month
DON COCKBLL, llntish 0gt|
beevywetehi champion, will d<
1 Mil. .u-..mi t Albert Fine
Cloydiill) ,il H..lTlll,'..i> i'H <>' >'
Both managers have accepted |
the lerms otTered *by promot
K.i.i la Thomas (Mart*
defend bis welter- wetgnl t
against Wall) Tin 1
, the !
lull
Anothoi Weal Indian In the 1
uiflit wag Bruce Pnlraudaau, who
acored y sgalnat Riahtoi 11
Ing hi 1 b to 174. ihu<
old Burnlej
1 U hatting record
Kan Hnk.nd.. playing fo,
n 'ii tha Ribblasdah La
cored il nglnsj hi
Bte !< H8H for the
His club came /mirth In the Hib-
ui Blackpool basni
1
Tin- Central Lanceshlre Lgesnjo
imisiied on the flrsl !
.i*r.
THESE DOUBLES' ARE
A BIG RISK
What's On
Today
exhibition of Photograph* by
the Bsrbsdos Camera Chili
at the Musruni Id a.m.C
p.m.
Police Courts and Court of
Appeal- 10.O0 s.m
Film Hliow for Adult- Brlll'ti
Hews, Your Cluhliru Kyi"
St. Paut't Csthadrsl and
1'iui On The Rim at the
BrlU^li Council. "Wakafleld"
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> IMS.
BAnLE OF THE CENTURY
II Is WIIHTIf IIOI'BI.I llll I'KII I
llul He are ('hunting USUAL HUCSB-----.. thai
I \ir\liod\ Will Be Able Tl. See This OlMl Sh
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with I be Ltnr, nml filter ul im-
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thing hi..k look l hulk y-ur krf-
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Chaae's Kidney lJ\-er Tilt for ovw
hull o-mury.
inve> your ttvitem a chance to
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