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I'M. i r.ir.iiT BARBADOS ADVOCATF. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1931 Probably Fastest Man In World Today Mar Baile) Etptis World Record For 100 Metres Itv I'lTIK IHTTON I.) INDON ---pt. 12 ... D • over I wowe< ks ego, equalled Ihe world la foi the IW on hi•' n "' ** %  • m I lent that unless the track was a be oAciauj %  fall) moving. M e wai moving %  'i %  Ua leal Iftal SbMiton, who nnishetf , %  FaalrM ,11 tun the 100 metres in 10.2 %  aeeonds i* I to a 100 %  I %  Donald Bailey thing on %  %  I %  !•• plans to keep throughout the wmtei li ii in inter* ii iiuw%  %  Olympic ,. .. %  H< rear, An %  i will it he I rrlnldM tor the W n I %  • %  r in Belgrade, Arthur" %  Uriel it inhad to return i r;\< MIN*. MOMK^IS TRINIDAD YACHT CI.UB Rnrli.4 to rapacity for the -eroigJl Wat** Polo Te,t matrh. Field of play is in tli* foreground. Ooal po-t. arc out of th* picture. Crowd* like th i watched play throughout the entire aarlai II \ II11% 1.1 III Ml |.\ I.OAI 1 M.Ii. BAILEY !" • (inn-red Feature Ira .. | ... 1 that I to I., t in any event Me %  . %  Lied to Athena where :.i the atadl the i' here the first Olympu dame %  trenv md even B native of little warm %  Kven -. not prevent him from winning both the urn and MO etn the Bril I %  deacrtbed Athai heauUfullj clean crtj re in • %  • %  ii%  .i*i %  -ai ih.i* rxi montj Wild 1'iiv.'' he said. Baal Meets w.-i The tjiii.i and Onel port of nil was to ihe city ..f latanbul, perhapa even now bettei known Id name of Conatanttnoi i I'll Retire When I Can't Walk l Says Turpin NEW YORK, s !oi hOP e Qeeen Mar) ild be would hi third boul with' America Turptn "it on hii retlri man) Ait. i in.nut on September LataSbul itself is divide*! 12 he sawl ho %  ei .iini no on. . %  %  h part) arara pan q inc ohnnge my IHIIHI". hotel in the Old perl Oi lh rodaj t ton '" ""' '•*' apare momenai %  urn ,i tho "J '"•'" "' traefc, Bailee iimfnO "When wandered thr..uh the narrow baamra in hi* .. ., own words, the eighth 1 '" • of the %  : %  HU .. MI, eon % %  %  i rontraatlng loatpb with the '. i %  %  %  taxi which patrol the *re> li ... %  after" the mcetmp he war awarded I Lunli M.ilsi HuwM-OfSl. \n nmil Pi|e 3 lame of the rorns are ai%  At De w uiauJ tan. Bt i" : been *>; an bi Tin bents last year* 1 total ot 58 inches for I %  that m s i % %  rain ha* .. the appropriate lime %  .i%  %  that the ; will be 20 per cent IK>At Rowm.lTist.in there an a§%  Fifiv iiwaet pota. |* in. •.land, st tlee more 4 the pro.i, to be prop itboul a., low leal n u lie of Ml T'lensant. St. %  1 !2 inches mod-! 'i, n in thai ii' which fell last rear If B moderate ralnfull ton* lev of the i top arill bt I | ,.il> Th. i lenllful. Aim;*" %  H l beln t Ttaa :ii..... %  %  % %  round, torn. Peas Crops I the imri-h *ui'l I i H the recent ralnfalu i %  . %  i Van Dee* They an %  % % % % %  %  1952. A i ,ucv wai • ii. i begun. HAFIRAKA HUNTi: ;n KOal fur Buruiidox netready to slap on* OH! 1B ttim game four toali to love. The Ladies' team w" nadafeatea. Llkiwhuli they competed. Both UaaM return to BarbedM bail mornlnB Gold Coast Soccer \l \\ ill Take I Ionic Sonic Sound Ideas IIIIR -econd Test. Barhado> won ue.li they won the Trophy for Shoemakers Tailor* IS. Fooibatters Quarantinvd Kimh\ Ht'sulls a >u IMBIA, Sept 21. b i Unlveri, %  • performa %  luu bean quar. threatened %  i ..... The two %  i .t medical I night aflei UON& IM Sept. U tell 111. \ 1 the United afai i ilyata). lUnadoni (oUoa IM Ihean Abciavon 19. t:v\mav< ,t,i %  :i ii Q Toft Internal •number of 4aati are perfo ra ted'*l7:Lydncj J. ( %  rii.' e.iinp said ( n*Ui S, Devo 3; It.iih %  lees |4. ili lopped lor Hi" I : I, Newbt li a 0; Waal i i lie the squad wai undkn 4^ II %  AH %  DO.— U.F. (.P. B* lilNMs ROBBatTI WHIM Uw quk k-to-leern return home they wiii tain with iiieui sound idw Ibr raurina aoecer stantlardj Ut W< I Afrlcao colonlaa Date Wait, ira performlni arondei foot maj \f Invited tion will ..i.> be riven to Invitlna .HI EnaUah i lub I Sierra Laoae will be Wi^t African colonj Eaai a trip fnmi the W season Jind Sierra IAMIIWill be here in 1B53. iltoeethei %  Gold Coast and Nicer : • %  I is. m all Weat Afrt %  niiiiilN-i-ed and Ihe pi i there win band acoounta of played i the Gotd Coast men There hi %  < strata in.. .. %  i Phi Id Co I plaj i Sierra Leone on Ineli return, will ( %  imparting Ideas ihat may -in-like TAuraday*! win i.e lajue YOUR ril.ANCK OF \ SLAM 'I'll' 1 choice between a in a .suit and i No-Trnm] n cki i In ail but tbw tlonal caaei the Milt contract %  hi beat i h mce i %  nrfinii t % %  %  ei trump* in ooiii hand.%  p nb naa it necowui | I up on : %  more than oni likely IO be lust Toe rufflng factor U or naramoum imuortan^e Losers in a lde sun can be rulled witii initiip. iii either hand; or a A K 1 5 2 ill im can .1 ruffini vide a vital discard nwra ara %  i ayailal\ to the dclarei £ H l cannoi ue awnnieiiinai By M. Harrison Cray evploHeO in NoTrump [ha lollowing nand is a ,' i< i.uioii. • A § a a .1 ;•'"'•••' If ft Spade is led laail WO liiiiiipA. Souili cu oum lu sure trulu Sooner or %  Her lie must take ihe tsro-wav iinesse m Club* li ne goeaan rroaaj. the defender* : %  %  !.. mng Spade* l),i • ILImakca a certainty of %  n i-umps rutniia ili-ur-. .n Ouuunv ana i.irowina ^ie lead with the Five • '* -.pad I eitiior return a cii^ ni : %  I . *hd South diaiarda h. %  \ %  ty in a slam in :. i : %  %  1 r.e or U p:i)lwt>l. I %  . Lunate t-our A. and rom K no (Cllur.r aon in No n Lunpa i reliable larkiiiu a Hood ;. N.i-rtumps nlioiitf %  WaVi Pturt The OOld <"";i^t men proved %  %  .!. %  >m l e %  ii Romford I The* attribute thla to the afi. %  \< Miiiwaii and plaver who first became PA coach way back In 1996. H< wu M %  i ; | .Mi ica on i onditlon ihej i Coaat PA will tbinl %  for the CM %  . Qport % %  i % %  .i %  i ii amateur i lub. ., %  n the ihree u i ..ii it Heneon to Hong KIL whjt %  11 \ i Mi Richard A %  ("A %  ine the I < %  ih.i: Mil would I" .1..' Kepresi-ittiitivr Side Obvlou .i lour in the %  ilddle "f the aaaaon, but there t found •• repn 1 1 team able to take lima from "ik i". their club* Surely ernaieur clubs iouid not • .n in the cup-t ii lug one of "•' % %  -' .. mui h good could < i ne ted loin i there "We %  %  contribub | tia cfThe following ill narrow'* shoe-mnking Dei' eleven aaja X| %  ink.'! match on Monday 21th %  apt at Mtiyrelt* Hood. Harrow's Heven:— W. Bourn* (Capt.). C. Bayle* (Vice Capt.i. n Davla, u Duraa I i Alien, w. Lynto i. i v White, II Heyt and Ismart. Play commence* ut 100 p.m w bat's On Today Tilm Show at Bnti*h Oooadl rer Children %  •Vonr dnld r-ii" Tyes" M PaoTl Catlie dral" and 'Tun on the Run" V a.m. Barbados Camera Clnb ExhlM tion at tha B.irhadoMui eum in a.m. to B p.m. Juvenile Court (Roehuek Street)—10 a.m. Shooting Prlie meet of the Barbados Small Bore Rifle Club 1 p.m. I IM* XMtawwn ; — i.- %  • I l(\ I MMjl on s. SS ... /i M Kin I IX TUMI vZVi TXVX TKOOXMM I'HV. \ .' I .i i ..,,( • „( nra> DANCE TONIGHT Rrlrr.hmrxl. A n.r h> M' I 1 I.SI I S II,k M I 1M> HI I LOOK OUT! i"" T They'll Do It Every Time Vcu SEE THE S3rJ, SO VDJ Svv NVfl ItsITD rWE RlQHTHAND LAHE TO A'Ai'xS VCO^ TURN a-*ssv By Jimmy H.itlo mikhl ,: for the pie. %  : baa in three \ i %  %  rwu i-:.!, bee could eotorty-—one against ti %  %  u — I. I s MAVm V00i i>r\ tot it OH MM ton /IS.V#;l it IHgits HEAVY WOTf mnsmfc am gon:-> %  earl) •Ml Or TIIF MAN Fl'V 12 r. li ip| Out. 1 %  %  %  -off II. Illl %  %  THE TROUBLE FREE TRACTOR BACKED BY OUR SERVICE ORGANMATION YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codrlngton Rainfall: Nil Total Rainfall for month to date: 082 In.. Highest Temperature: 16-6 F Lowest Temperature TU "' Wind Velocity 11 mile* per hour Barometer; (W ami 29.036 i | (imi J9.B0" FOR A BIG KNOCK-OUT | NEWS SPACE TO • MORROW SpDhiA 1/ rf-i* The very latest Men's fashions fronv the hest English manufacturers. We have them ir a variety of 111 individual tasu-s Chick md Hen Ingboni di 1'KKTS per Yard from $5.30 to $13.15 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co, Ltd. 10—13. Broad St Stop that Cough ? mtS C0V6H MIXTURt | cacelient for sooihma cou t hs ipeeilily. and comfortmf a cot %  osfchildren love ihn pieauni-unifig \ytup — ?ubeCough Mature should he m e^cr^ home. ZHES COUCH lOlttmt Mka then WOTl of hoaiwoess and irriiaiing. little couahv In hand> poeket-fliai I n'e ready io be popped Into your mouth m IN IhtOiii ilrwio. or -.>rcner*At oveUwM Casbmart Bouqust Face Powder ... to valvary smooth ... dalle* taly parfu mad . cltaga aoftlj for hours end hours, giving you I that natural vivid look. Gm6ga$m\ FACE PC< *Oa THAI NATUR/' VIVID LOOK RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain Is often needless. OOT.riN. n nn, txpe of trantmei .. Iinnn|>r.>m;.( r. lirf from pnie. dee to irr e i pl o aa i f thee* dreed dtaeeaae. lim morel DOCCIN lUn li.. |>h\ MoltiKu ill ;niiiiii. piirlu ulrirly on metabolir prnce*H.* wlm-h ,'//.Wrt'/iV/,VMV..'.V/.V/.'/ 1 BE WISH — ECOA/OMiSE I ISK BOWRANITE VNT1-CORROS1VE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL ;' CUES FARTHEST LASTS LONG One Callim "ill rover SIM—I Otm M fi. Supplied in PERMANENT GRI RED, BLACK. GREY in Tins of Imperial Measure. New Slocks .lust Received Phone lllti ::: Alti-iu-. | WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.



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VXTl'RDW. SITTI Mlll'lt 2_\ IKI BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE l Hi: if. J'ca Hurricane Relief Fund Going Well Several iNew Plans Underway LONDON PlumWng progress from original schemes and the news tha* .•ieas are underway lu help the Jamaica Hurricane Relief Fund were reported from various parts of Britain this week. One of the new plans came from Lord Justice Denning. President of the National Association of Parish Councils. Who If Baking t'vnv parish in England and Wales to make a '..iv contribution ol v. 1 or more If it cai tinFund. Thimooey will be used tn help devastated villages. I Lh*auicaj producers'%  ". H. M Tamem 1,M., ilu in a Workers Ask For Cur Bun To Be Li/led OTTAWA. Shipment* of British-made pressing id-Canadian Government strongly to relax .ess of the appeals sent out. Other £*,£££."IS?" .* ^ G vcrnm|,n papers pel lev e that BIIMIII could ni .. WTUlg -• longer do more, and are .-ailing for more 0l ll(Kl had fa^,, „,„„,,„„, old through the medium of tha \i In car tactotiei leading articles. A typical leader in Canada have been made Idle b> Oak in the London r.-duted production that has folFreninx News, a lendlni! evening lowed thr exit in sales par. it said "It may be recalled thai on the day utter the hun.> Krenlnc New urged the immediate establishment of such l fund, we new to salute it. We have today rvn %  from one of our readers, which w W.I. Will rUre Voice At Talks 0 Fiom IMct1 forth* enlng 'oi this pou minion a* Canada '* particular anaVtv during :h. %  BdkM % %  me* ha) %  irui.iriy viajaraM In h. t British pott) %  the plifhi r h tnanuActuren toda>. The U ted K-ngnnm. he dcrlarr-.l me nt ' %  >> .r. "Our correspondent forcefully what is %  and genuine emptiun among many decent !>••.pi Hi.uin r 'The ciermans and UM ore now jostling up to U the queue ror preferential treatment. II %  %  thai they null rank ton done active help—far, far behind our true and tried nd helpers. "And the Jarnalcana, our fellow people arl tadly in Ih common high. "It 1dm. tl became swarf this kind" Two import nnt West Indian i %  %  %  in Bid Of 'he Fund took place in London. Bdrk* Indian at:.; % %  ted such star Connor Uh W< I I ' ; ners as John I'.rle't held %  tt |i the H %  l Bill Nankeviiie who appeared cultural Hall. And ArlNir Winr. with them at an athletics meetin* UcDonald Belief "" l |1 1 1. Soviet Satellites In Economic Distress By R.JON ES \TENNA. Sept II ti .."I!,,'hgrvd deienoraterf t<> Iht polnl %  'iiCorrununial reiinn>s hgve bemn torecd i" i.tkc irdlnary measures to prevent completi coltapM, m conttng t> a study of reliable information and cillcM annnuneements reaching here. •et up a'Super \ %  an llKille.il In Train (Jrash %  .n ill-*-.-' .r:.l 1th oV i hOV much nn" couM inve bean aohfcsved In producinf the raw Rttt) I 1 i rutili • ond '"• aple, bad i-(s born avail I t Otr. iehrner>, eleel %  %  I %  %  |ht t'K i ran pol n regards ,-crvation. Then no iu*tii'.' tdlaa and American firms to bring mai lllnBTJ ..,. id,M Alien UM i K i inni I -upply them ; %  %  I lo .i stansaftlD. 1 moeases where American and Cana:ors sought permission %  hring machinery t.. th. 9 ... %  %  %  bar lo use their own ,i. purchase* in st its Dealing with the i M i %  Indies, Mi Gomes said ihe suppt} sttuatton as it had siliUgM during tha' f,.rehodthc Islands un % %  • oped .!%  inej aiece), ;".i with Un rd "f hetng in I i Mon M "'hi Common wealth cstintrvi %  Sl Inghei i nld eomplaln so forcibly about I d ,,f hvni, a* the resuM of the U K ncgri Uu n there .i* little nee' for the It W 1 be aai| %  the ring II S %  ' I efforf were beii I: howwi • %  pltal electrical eqtrip %  %  fctinnmudutntor with power t<.' •Ii full aulhonty the •thortconiiTM% %  Mitries and prosecute real offenders Polish n are com• Of meat. Ash. hutier. f.iT-. and Chroc .inn tlifir%  >. :m -..', i., find 'criminals" responalble for feedint P %  Ing an old caplI itfTu ing RUGlsl BeM. 21. legal elKht perMlled and ** 1 i\n i-'i train imped the rails near Rughy 1 %  iikc*man if the vi.'iti on the colniir of i chemical solution II s Wail ForTIn-Pound NSW YOHK. Sept. 20. Wilfred IteVi Atrsarsaan aeoa1 omiit ami exccuflve editor of the Commercial and financial i : x. York, advised Ani-i ii an investors on Tl . i before investing in Speaking OH the investment in Israel before the international Trade section of the %  Board of Trade, Maj enumerated the advantages and : <-! fir said the ;tdvantage* included thi Qovei lunent, —t.p. ;iv.mi aii is coaches end thr* i-tu-in* lies oi inin the train wen derailed. The w.mted coii>-uniers goods. irg rolled down • embankment while i.thern* "power ausl ; ^ht He ^aid the driver shortage of coal, and of the ti.un v/BI arming 'he Comnuini-,1 otlh-ials have issued )n iui-ed more workers in AmbuaUMeg were rushed to the scene of the sccldenl four and li failures in Ihe salel,., -,,-, —ii,„ .„ |M „ „-., : i, Poland B SS*7 , r ^; ,ll 1 .V", ffi" -, a 7 „ wire a Kreat meat exu-.rt has ho The .train left Uverpoot at 7 M meat Hungary assd Homarda trtt •." 1 '•"' i<-ia>for i-^dor. 'bread b;,-,.r |,„ cutunes a.e n '"' %  ,'g b"ut 10 W short of potntot; ami ration bread. n " '• r ''" 1 1 %  r " ,1 ' %  "peelai Hlghb industnalired t'ltechosloepical lot mmphine rot % %  Itlumbing and has no! enough coal (-ooumiiilcallon.s with uanSWI lo run G broke down at one pOt> I in :,n the laMStea Food an<\ teh knocked clothing are rationed much more down m the wreck, %  trictlj than In tl Pohci ild '"" of thi which still control the on lbs %  dowm an %  iiMimer goods. And in ernhl III all ol them it crlma t'>r a „ tl the u i .iprsjrtit i leave bli i" p % %  track BgaplM to TnP i„jure.i Wgffe rushed hirn, Mm Northampton and other nearhv In Czechoslovakia the serioush ,, ness of the food situation was A Northampton hoepMal man ieM, "M being deell with." t'.r. RATES OF EXCHANGE i by death given three men charged with forging ration coupons Canon housing is now built in two stage* Luxuries such as plumbing gfkd Will IKadded to dwell%  l date In 'he future Coal production has (alien off to 80 percent of the planned figure while official figures show nlmm has failed to achieve quotas set under the I plan. 1 *MIM ••""f II. 1**1 r OH-qiiM on Sl Drmand Oralim l Si#lit OrafU • %  Caaif IU3 10' SM '—•g 8tlv< Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Stay! For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM. .NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS NEURITIS ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES There'n nothing like BneUey'i vTbitg Rub f F~ n *P*fmste& M@MT1MIIM<3, • m.i-.lhmidn-ilhl-. %  i.iniiTNiNd' nan rouMagea. i— ikf>,riho •Uear % %  n, ol ss I I in a*w*a I'] .'i.J 1>H URRAVS .. MILK STOUT L' D EDINBURGH SCOTLAND on n iit SOW I England's Leading Daily Arriving by air in Barbados only a lew days after Publication in London. ITT WT 7'fff.S SI IIS1 nil'IIHX roiui \.\u SK\J0 in010 i t HI IAN OALE, l/o Advofiil.' < I.. %  lr..l L 'ilimii Loral K.-^r-s, ,,1.,'i.r ihi Mlly 1VIfrph for months i enclo* E s. mi KATtS 12 monlht I -. HI. t :: II II MANNING & CO., LTD. BAY STREET BACK TO SCHOOL IN Jiatjn SHOES UIBI.H AND ROVflailOElSBrown. BUck or Wliitt Btt-n J.t 7', • N 11-12 .4 7'. A 3—5 6 2S 11 r^o OTM BOOTSWhite. Broii o, \ BUck | s. Blt* in 2 t2 of) \K 1 11 2 M \ Bring your children in for an expert fitting v^



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I'M.I IOIK UMIIIMMIS \IIV(>( Ml SVTI'KDAt si I'll MM K 22, I"'l BARBADOS frlaU* kr U. AS**raM f AWOGffE Htm %  *••• it. Brt4(•!•> %  S.iuirtl.tN. September 22. IftSI IKIIM4 \l MII4MII. THE public d nti %  > I wound Oig ; School In Momentum but there) ii a dangtr that .he diversity of HCl Of killing the The MM common fact which arises from the discussion is thai Bu badus does need a en] icnool [i hi i ttmd that luch .1 lehool be established independently al an aatlmalad expenditure of £24.000. The benefit of this aUggOCtlOD is the technical school would draw off the numbers c^ pupils who DOW attend the secondary .schools in the hope Of MCUTlng a cate which would lit than for ;> Job %  Uperior (socially) to that "I an artisan. The result of this mistaken attitude is that children whose ahWtioi ahovld lontf ago have been set to some profitable employment are still struggling to grapple with conju Bchnalooj and irregular Liggestion LS that tha teohnl CaJ id ol ihould be attached to ComberSchool where there is enough space f..i the erection Of a Wing to serve as the claatroonu fOI those pupils Who have turned from the academic to 'I t Mel oil il side. This too. has its merits Combermt-n would aaan to be a rich field for the supply ot that material which would feed a leal ichool. Pupils who had reached the Third or Fourth Form would have done enough mathematics to enable them to unify the technical terms of their trades It would alao have the further advantage of relieving the very harmful pressure from which that school now suffers and enable the siafT to concentrate on the proper handling of a curriculum designed to bridge the gap between the Elementary School and Harrison College It would also help to remove the baneful effects of the Impression that Combermere is now the "poor relation" of the College. The third suggestion La that any technical school which is to be established In this island should be attached to the Evening Institute which is already functioning as such m a minor capacity. It is argued that i peni Uture on the new technical school would so Improve the Evening Institute that there would be no nt'i-d lor a further sum to *Hspnii on a technical school. It has not however been claimed whether the Institute will be able to cater to the number of pupils and to the same extent as a newi : technical school. A is not without its merit. While Cornbennere School would be in %  Ion to supply the material for technical training, lh* Evening Institute has the equipment for training and the nucleus of a staff qualified to undertake the training of the pupils, ii has already afforded training to people who would not have otherwise had the opportunity and who by reason of their age would not be admitted to ihe technical section of COBobl TimM while it has no barrier to the youthful students. These Mtuld use the apparatus in the d IV leavin the eveninj aaaaioii roc those occupied during the day at their trades With these three PUggestions before the public mind 11 is possible thai then respective merits mlghl maintain so strong a diversity of opinion that the Technical School might suffer the fate of Queen's College. When it was realised that Queens College had outgrown its home and should .veil new qua-ters. it was SUggOSted that it should be can led to U'eyniouth next the new Combermere, Another asked that it be CM led in Erdiston now used as a Teachers' Training College. The Third was thai a portion ot the Government property at the Garrison, either the Married Wonn ii s Quarter! or Block "A" where there would be adequate grounds for playand Headmistress* quarters To-dav Queen's College is still m Constitution. It might be feasible tor the people to say what they want done but it is the province of the Government to say how it is to be done But in this caae something needs to done i*t once. and ihe Yugoslav wttta their •< %  At tii ; idliuj In place of national leaders, on daw acquaint' % %  %  imn nf cynical bureaucrat! pruoccupkd Brut and %  %  gulead behind .• re cede ei worn-out h An,I l.-onung abOW t..: luiparannal i t, centrali %  • %  oration, raiaeaiatvi i and owing to nothing but Ihe COmPUlUOni aowaag down In tvei waves from tht* N %  that th Yugoslavs reacti n g ri a* of lr national lite. What will come Second, they an With iny palninwi:t 0 UOM Of ">e ";w a"val be m Ita Importi If war came, Yugoslavia would contract into a porcupine that would make the invader bleed at a thousand points? TITO IS NOBODY'S .ALLY Aneurin BEVAN MP ron.ludi'hirapOft on Yui:o*la\ in by axamlalai tat question : "Would he Hunt if Ihtfold war blew up into :i hot one '.' NOBODY'S DIARY SUNDAY—I rawed a hornetV nest— nut a ; m clad to say—when 1 made %  %  church. AjaOfuj the vary Interest that came to light was an authentic case of collection having been taken up at a funeral. Now this is carrying a good thing UH> far. in my opinion. How can you expgacl people e/hON heads are "bowed with to think about bringing along col* lactton with them. And of course, every* bod) like some of my friends, does not like to [Mil a "now" in thi C 1 %  I \ S' I1KSK and I'OCKKT IMA It 11 S I!*.. 2 Now Available at ADVOCATE STATION Ell V I ti Dea nl •r of the day in Yu!'*lavia. III. ,kir. lip 1,111. 'IN i. %  %  nave reei allr L**"ii PSISOO Whirl) front Use Federal Oovernand entrust! II to ion. The bull %  Ol th* Cariti i Qovernmenl an babai handed aver to the agricultural nd to Ihe local lnTheaa are betas etven ights ot tt s sopa n dent sale and pun ha a inunder raj amli i a Ihcm to retain cons israbfa i %  I : their ear n i n gs '<>' local i Iturc, thus adding munleloai to HiHivniii.ii incentive* caaaUet with tibaaasMeu*. Some of UM V btutvc thU wiii N Arthurhan. pointed "ut thfit manj ill in UN tytad I'MTnmunuitu who h.id i>c-ri trained la Ha i would Iherefore nalurnlly l->k to rtiuuKlalM %  *n'.d,nreH, • answers ready. potauid out thai Tito wai t thai had not prwanted tun taUns hh own Una. Tlien they aafeed 'h.it %  n rticitiiln| to tha term Conui % %  n.iiiu' nwKht st.iv. hut the practice mild chanst nrorn naUon to nacompulslons of llh In icldition x hei agl ure she has coal, ir (hard and SMI %  ing pou* i %  . IKA sfU it unuiii ba %  profound bin % %  i arf to undoi %  -<. %  %  iranti 'I'hi-v i.ii.nniv have maa n i n s uon undar in* %  .., wa too have nul to kwal oun an I -forti oul %  haalthj retottoaahip The* pointed out thai the word between the st ita and the work Liberal hnd by no means the same •iv MI oui nUonauaad undanakniaanlngararywhere and at dltierInes. Tinprobiami <>f .< raodern ant I bureaucracj ara very much al olo %  D> inestions spring n '<> IIK minds of people Western world ll V r-o.Iavia likely I An "i luatiOed In sendli ^ondu and arm*'' In the evenl >r war ".'ill she flght and if sh.* ,].%  will -he give a good i %  •he Urst Yugoslavia docs not look ntraell Indepenrienre of "tlovcow Hut there is %  wider implii.ttioii uh.it is BOW lakins place in Yugoslavirf. It puts l (im-stion mark against not niiv xuanalavla, t>ut also %  ma. It raises UM bopoful possibility lhat whal is now taking place in many part* of the rorld need not n.—aniy mean lx>r ()f hr Unile( Nul n aut km Of use SMVM-I power. \M other natlona struggle forrd to Uwlopendenl Ufa UMrj uiinto collision with the preUriOOl of the Soviet authtirily. TinYugoslavs are clear about that The* peiQl oul thai iheir "•. ,MHI many ways typi> Tiodern indwslrial nation able 1< I Ufa fo i her iiwn pt>ui>l<> atkd contribute \"\ the well-lx %  these potentialities critical in. %  Imt par: | of tha. woi id. will allow ot the daveloptnenl ol urabli time only the Cuturc eai tell. But there can be no iltAJht from the standpoint of peace thin it is in the Interests ol %  M she should ace If Yugoslavia is Invaded i %  and would ah* I light if th.. .-ii war blew up into] %  CM • r thai i think itMra can be I M Her Whole history gv< I Ihe answ.-r. Ili.viri-j regard to the etTOnfl rutUessslfit uij. "i her temperaWOUUl lie unlikely In want to flghl in an offei, beyoitd her own fnmlHTs except n UNO I (Iva thisf as my own opinion. exposed to easy invaplalns towards MONDAY—To-day I was told that ail was 1 not as quiet on the political front as I had. Imagined last week There was a meeting | in one "i lb* [' %  u bshes going north, and not ..rilv WJ.S the prayei bok 1 mentioned re-, fetTed to, but the hymns as well. "All things bright and beautiful" was not a suitable hymn because a little further dwn it says something about "castle" and its and "ordered their estate." "Not Hue", roared one speaker, "you order your own estate, and this does not mean' Hi either The choice is all yours.'' >v////v/-v*v>wx*v//; See us for the following . COPPER PIPE — .", IV nd FITTINfiS IV GALVANISED PIPE H" GALVANISED BENDS — *". %" GALVANISED SOCKETS— 'j", H" GALVANISED REDt'CERS — IV la V — V U> /' GALVANISED UNIONS — H". H" GALVANISED FLl'SII PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "P" TRAPS CORNER BASINS with Pedestals WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Successors to PITCHER & CO. 4472 & 1687 — BKCKW1TII STOKES TUESDAY—I saw the visiting Conservative MR Mi Ahni Lennox-Boyd to-dny i like his height He BBemed to lower above all pie standing around when he visited the Public Buildings. He was the second I member of his party to visit Barbados durUlg the past fortnight and now that a gen*. en] election in England has been fixed for the next five weeks, it is clear that these Tory boys have been loading their guns 'with first hand information. We should reap some benefit from these visits, no I matter who wins the election. ** %  ,;': SSmv % % % %  •• > blood] much-occupied witness. But (uiihiT Wi II the e"i;rsph* tails diffaranl story. In th.it tuml>l,. 'it mountain liys the Yugothai slavi could ktek Bsan* cncm> upon divisions In l"ng wastinjt eonnemfli,.*, ^ ihtPartssana showed In Lha at an i —.jpta all the obllsaUoni that Her %  HUuu-j potanUal therelorc Mow from that. LUTHlell i>"' '.' WUCh m a fluid Tito will mil take order> I could be mobiBhe doat sol wtea to bw "' "i" 1 s "" n masse asainst I Bis Power polUMs. In any namy, but rMnar ta pnrruuni ,ill my |||ai lllOTsl with Tito he on that point Nor Ii Om dtfltouH t-i undsTI H iviug moved oul ol tha — -ant to fri-ndl th.. world ii. i Bar i it In a part IBtit be dc'. he does not move Into any other. it would undorwufla him with incm n paopla If II could ba rei %  %  dial he wai 11 %  "kepi satrap" of th.Wi • In th il case, what of ItM help tiding hirnr A stance: ai lbs map will provide an obvious it is to UH ma %  \ %  i that Oro hat happana when %  predomnanlly asriirlui country looks to Russia for tha machlneoi of modindiistry and finds she cannot et It. Low-standard countrio* n turn and Rusi %  is no) i hlgh* %  tandard country. The parallel of Kel China The Yugoslavs believe there re uurnbiT of reasons why the Sobordered by a frt •lot Union u not the natural leadthat Ihe Yuts I I r of the awakaVdni Orhnl al i-it ahould not fall Into hostii" Fnt the SovH-t leaden an adjust thetr ifcitihisig raghDa bi Yugoalavla Ii essential, nut thervfot.' theil poUdai to lha ThLl 10 its turn, means eeononmew situation' which an* ansunf. help to enable lha eountrj to deThea are caught hi in htoologtcal veup Ita awn reaoureai without etamp of ttn-it own rnakhuj In i inauppori hi. hardship he lha curlow and Ironical fashion thej peeste m the meanUme are a faoaan naUon In .i world In Yu ferment oupti~) haa ronakhn iblc At Ihe aam time Yugoslavia ild BO Ptr ad Into a por.vhich if tha invader atti'innlivl lo seize would make bin blaad at a thousitiui pottna Sliiuiiliiling and provocative Bui %  with tinBDCbd, econ: potttloa] ilgnU has been abr.ut lhat I mod In those art I in • to Yogoslavi. I fan 'hut something had hapI would | on bappanini iliero thai might amich our expeop of prugraai fr world whicr musl go on rndleasly expcrimenlsppolnted. Yugol] itini and prnvoi••'ir11 of dap rtura i << ipYRlOHT RVED I.I S THIS l.llll u i:\rTO IMMIS l.\ \K\V YORK eorrupted. (;KIR(;I: M\I. H. O'lUra. rrr-M-l pat-*s. It ha* taken Hi By I N I..1 Ml |.aihic (ample hghtl> psycho* i % %  ovldedi Ho* that h ipplei ..... %  rUnerican | breaks with his see recorded except the ( %  the Li|hl Brisad* (cWlquw to In a MUOI itian fronTennyaoa i. Spring tBlUM his title from ai hall BOng, "1 the Crystal Palao U ._._ %  )usi ifl years lo cross the -ft i waml fIhe houeai In between.' Atlantic Ocom. the recf.i.l slow„„, H .(, H ,. | 1( „ ,„„„ni |hU YOU • BUI novel If I motion west-tu-eat literary cross. aih acI Gloria tumbles ofl hi I • %  £ '"„''''' i inc of our time Ko doubt It v MIHM WRuni.. B> "y'i thpughl thai BriUafa sen bUlt) drowned. a faaa aa g lleinrnunn. ies. ...i needed a lOUghenUUJ procaai beH, 23! pag<-s. fore It could withitarsd thaIrnpact raafrnblane •lifedrami ?-' v '" ^ %  """"^ of o'Hara's prose, peopla and 0 f a gjr] umed Starr Faithful v/ho -lory Specially story. wm -m oorrupted (aged lit '' Having proved by a Moui-t v tl ,„.,, tv i,. settled C 4.000 OH ''' %  latance to reeenl assaults by ,„. r)l ,,,,. ,,...,< tj member* ot the lileio. .-•.rorig[,„,,,.) „,, baeeh m Long bland %  rm squad thai on nervei an a June, 1SS1 now up to requirements. O'Hara's Murder or i Idyll '• unlaashad on ui The h tVt u>en elthai i i \\ -AOIUI waiting %  pick ui |> t rnd %  Aetowi io imit.iM of others. Her Miss Bohun. whn lives In Janabueaa waih tn g oordV Could xh '' •*'•>' of %  lodgment, appeen to be a monster of sU! and ajprM v. she overchargai Anawvr We have %  long The ugl; sU>ry is sei In N * Yoik'.%  paak-aasj world during the laM level ivh 'ears "I Prohibition. Thai glvei it a mildiv hmlon. il rather than an %  i %  atari It centres on Clou., .i degenerate '•Society gill", given lo Ihe i UKS and pioimscuUy. %  la h<-i detenca that i poor little and trickin >rphan for his boai aider!) m HOVSKS IN BBTWBBN. n> Howard Sprint OattaBB. 15MC mars. i'-am. Alert and Indefatigable, Spring M.m> novelist would h.v. : %  Out pp pap d n awfni (.it. %  • •..ol. iog-irot urth the llfe-etorj itohun OUvta Manning Irvea :<> ,, rr (1 ff | n -^ riderir latlger wh" baa %  east*, about her but First It excused evervthlng. opening ol th It of IW Pi even pubuc (We4d Oapprtghl Beamed! ie oveut of the following i..l. VIDNKSDAY—Our cricket team for British Guiana left lo-day without any shouting or blowing of trumpets. It all seemed so quiet to me. Somi. 1 people hardly knew of their departure, and up to now 1 am still wonderinn if these yames will be broadcast. GOOli BUYS AND THE BEST BUYS TOO!! JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Wm. P. HARTLEY Ltd. NO ADDATIVKS Only FBI IT and SI GAR BW* Obtainable at aU Grocers It is true hat the biggest guns in the game are at the moment off to assault the Austxalian citadel, but there is certainly no need for us to be so glum about a tournai nient which is bound lo produce recruits for the army. This is as important as any previous tournament. niURSDAY—Two friends of mine got married to-day. almost through pouring rain. There were the usual ominous nodding and shaking ui heads among the elder folk who could not help repeating the age-old adages. "Happy is the bride on whom the sun and 'Rain brings unhappiness In its train"—and other bits of wise (?) sayin. | I know many marriages on which the weather had—nor has—any effect whatI\I. and I hope these two fall into the same category. Good luck to all of you! FRIDAY—Met an old man to-day who wa--, 1 in hospital just a few days ago. In fact ; when P beard he had gone in he was already beck out. One of the reasons for his flying 1' visit wai that they had no room to keep [] him any longer. Me had been one of two patients in a single bed. but even this half accommodation was required. When will we get a few more beds. You ought to be able to afford a shor, spell of sickness in peace and comfort. •vATI RDAY—Hats ofl i„ the Water Polo nils (ladies first please) and boys who return home to-day after a very successful invasion of the Trinidad waters. They bring back both trophies. I wish similar success to the Cricket team which opens its first game to-day in British Guiana. I am told that there will be .i commentary broadcast, but will wait and '•fiat it will be like NOTICE OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL B£ CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 26th 27th and FRIDAY 28th Itf-ii/ifiiiiii/ lo BuMinvss an SATVBD.tr 2lh Svpl. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. 14 COSTA If CO. LID. DEPARTMENT GEE!— This l iirt-ut rest ,• mxxKR Our ItVailYr* Say: I ulrrfnmt M orAvm \ #er|y run i'K i" itorbauos bv vfaseis but WM there ever .i mere ridiilied 10 Mil mm I'K • th.in oftleers loading i>->rt on and after let < %  the local Labour Union scrvine St-ptemUr 1951, ;md mtll nn Tha Bxecutlv Committee 1 further n ITED tbal ma middle utd i">r claaacs of this In Th,. Island :nd the people is reall> itW their guidm k i Your-i 'inly on J. Storm Shiltrr* To Ilia Editor, the Adt-oretr. Bin \ ornpambte lo an unprovoked ilr-rald Seen %  au>rmld lar I'liivnnm\ bdon with wilui M Ubour. that unsatisfactory dwpotrli because sotn two or three hun'' '"' !" *f up I ptedKtabse lit Barbad.^. mid the high coat drwl people havo to bo appea < ikmi "i tth.it tha ran %  "** r It necefsary to add a delivery twv hundroa Ihousaad citizens ieptseeotatfyea, and that interest Informed Up goes tbe eoat of bvnut again Britain Has A New Approach %  li ItOHIRT J XCKSONi LONIM N die Eastern ru lad In vhlrh i The Anglo Egyptian disputi entcns to become a maim Iv new apj lo cancel, t| • lint,m; hai troope In I 8 Middle Eastern defence ivatam Can..: Zone Brttala hai refuaad aortlng to leevi lha Canal Zone until UK '' In I95C a the upshot ol With the Suez Canal a vital A : igton link to the Far East and with whole of the Middle East in turmoil. th il one between Britain ane I d b why sources said i next approa^i to Egypt will .nlcrnational" in scope kUng with the Canal Zone and :"tn together luiKC) anu -CJ. CtuOUNi .Milk Fed C'htekrrts Milk led Ducks French Petit PoU Pra* Smc' Turnips JAR Petit Dread Asparagus Soup Top It oft* with a Virile Cure and Chase X Sanbornr Instint Coffee Cheddar Cheese Carr's Crackers Tuborg Beer Eating Apples MEATS Ham in tins ar. IBIhs. Hun In tins. av. i 1 It.. Corned Mutton In link Luncheon Meat In tlnn Order TO-DXY from SPECIAL KEEP ON II VSI S.ol.li Whl-k> itve Wldakei i^.kl Braid Hum Top Notch Hum Basss Ale Worthliuctmt Ale Beer in tins Cansda Dry Sodjs and tilnier Ale IMKI.I room All Bran Pruff Wheat Puffed Wheat (irape Nuts Rice Krisples Waal a Ms Corn Flakes Oat Flakes DINNER PARTY Sunday



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s\n KIIW. SI I'll Mill R .". INI BAIBADOS AHMHATK PACK ri\ I B'dian Workers Return Horn e From U.S.A. I Miles Of Road At Hay Already (Jampleted nil. >IIIM.I:I arse plaunvd to be %  ing Board, about four %  %  guutg on, i .... v will aoou %  four houses are removed from | .... 0t tlM Homing Hoard said yesterday tli.U the 11 being Illy and much im..ide u** IhO i m ..... I d lit Mid that a* sooti as Hi* i an constructed at MM. mure house* will be built there. The total length in .1 will be built at the Mae ti about i nlla and a quarter. .. I. L %  .. '.!..' Iha contour and of tha laud. Convenient Kuad %  ..aid ha* a*kcd Governri||-^ ( >.\\ llrt'lllf I ,.11* p. ,.. a acquln land %  South oi thi I . Log Sehemo >o thai the) tan construct ii to join the area with Upper f u Collyraura H< ck Rood. Many of "> %  A %  Ttolora a*oaay, i | th> district il nii Minicar CroS* III. "! A a* Will %  V l ' • Vhl,h '• I ho would build the w road lea mo rtral tin ... Cob>aaon %  '%  i .. rood is limit lb. n it wouui icoi venlei I tot u The Board has given permission N "'' "," lo. th.tunning, of a bua service i this road %  *>• •' %  5:1 totm**] would prevent %  thrw quartM of " * ,hp *• ,ll ,l .. milf detour (or the blues where Dissatisfied With Conditions MOST OF THE Barbadian workers who ratu from the U S. on Wednesday after apt ltd thna nottthi trarfclng with the Grat ri C %  i*t at their hu\ Inf left Barbad American scheme". It wa* surely tough just a I foi working %  aoma araaaa A wot K. MM • %  mpanj • ho i • corn -t DUB a dlUOM touch bettei it W than ho di I Vti H wa tt)Ugb**i he said. He Mad thai making with the peas crop >• > %  %  ni the moo*] hi a rkad ol >%, %  %  i. ft tin* SGoeaOnQti Streets I Mr A. E Taylor s Bond Mil I wii from Enilaitri AUua make can glVt :. mile, to thr isllou. hp 1>PIIPVPV %  | I I ." 15. \\ .1. Can Provide si Llass Pro&irarames Says Ahlaek THE OPINION thai British Watt Indiana themaelvt %  u.. BO IH.;>I B> raited .. vacation for the "" -.ml II toyed %  nm kM bettei Ho '••It that l.i • y slip with 'i -ruling CM MM Bl the t • %  %  ... lions wan in.Mii|oi till !l 1111 ', mant t.ix %  •i i % %  ni .-in! tin workera' aaokati Bomo erorkan Sea well without I Another bone of contention w.is that the Ansariean Basin] not live up to thi li.tnberare they left <<• %  the U S H plentiful as IhD] iii. "oa• lad in p yard to Ida* Hi U ii lhay iti.i not KCI the (nonet •'... axpected whlla tin | %  i in,: conditloni won hit fron bi (••l> i i ,,.., *l: M.i.i i The> vin tl..h..l.. would lam Current-*. Ir MM* tr lUporti Hon. hut alter lhe> got Ii laawBaa, UMJ BMN w>'d %  anathrr >TM ,\i. im.ri.jn II rrnry. Uul BBB) B)"BBM k i> %  h l pat (ttr lraniH>rl'Liin l i BMaaj anw Wkaai oi of ihr i aarateaa paaaaaaaal "Baaae •• uk came I'.ii i in Itiihi.liiat I owing tr>> | 1M (he durs. I ASTHMA How to ease the stmin in JO seconds! W/HEN OBatajal \muna makea too gaip fur breath, onr tahlrt ilipped m ihr mouth aMM the •trim o,UKKl*a.iJ rt!-.rncl. Kfiiirmber. Ii i (hit BNM i>n the ayBMM whuti ci'iniiiu.ft (be biggest danger from Atthma Bphaaonc oiiumi Kveral healing *i-nu whi.fi gaMalH ihe (iranaling. gerni laden <. umuUtMm* in the hrmchtal tuh.'i. and m %  HIM nBBl heeathuuj. The agdiaanai onMaacM M M (aaahM r.i inprcti nothing to lUBai '• %  or uneipe^tedl* 'ha i"*k eeaaMi inan H %  %  \m twhhl ataaMam l-or rapitl lanal jrul rWon.hial (JKarra, aiwaya hecp a tuopu .. Aust.i.. .i .. %  tUtry assuming man who has been here. luimiling ejrs now for IT MI. W. w Reti • KI mWhan H ay K. R. K ives a Bound Uka (nil Soil ' lit in ol A mechanic Tiotii Mel It Co. LI in Bldlca r\uaync many time* In iWtlfh C The HoaouraMa the Chief Jttdaa ;iM ,i ihrre is no danaei at a %  %  ii 01 to/3 turning over. wilU The overall lonatti elghl •_..„,, feat olaht Inehea, width rout fnl One wi i of John Randal I I.I.I IPU ol liclmoni. I'ort-of-Spal'. ;|> „„. h ,, i Hnd „ hat B ground proved^lnaupramncourt dmmtmv of rive and 4 hail „I T-inldad and Toto.iR.. on 12th ,„.(„., May. I9S1. hy Chorle* ChrUUe A lon tnr i i s,->miiur sp ,. lnfi ,, otl franl DwunUnc Phllup ilk exeeuion naroad ff| C tion iriock % %  > %  ... .HI ibtindanca of material lr first-clas.MI iaed by Mr Kanneth Ablack, Broadcasting OfAcai in ili< 1 libbaan, who arrived in Baibados vestert on I rail Knds Mr Ablack, Kl V AHI \(K Open City Site Ltted As Car Park H hoaa ami other %  well-knou %  to thousands o( Weal Iji i foi the purpoi i I ill H PhlUp Hewltt-Myrlna PubUr Reuil I to thi %  %  Welfare In Ux Wfeai Indli and Ii thi Wi k arlU arrive In Barbados on Itondas \V I. I'm^raninirs % %  I. ., : Mi Sti.,k. i i the BBC %  %  I to the M'Vcr.ll I lei tli. ir agreeIth 1 tuea; dui %  ing his tta) in Barfaaidoa Mi have aome I with Ihe i in .I i: reply to thi afoot r.. i pmeffl ot broadi kiting Tha woiken BMQ thai they i back to Barbados on Bapll uieir contract, but • •;."j"?:.' '"" %  i % %  <• %  %  %  i >). anj longi-i . 10 them that U be Iranaferred io aoma plan where coinht ion > wen bettei than i ,\. Wa .ini n..t even BWM thai %  i betng Mot bat • i worlm aid They came to i ii the corn crop waa and when aM were OOklng (or a transfer, v., mri ing back %  %  A worker, who was "snap %  r %  with the Iowa %  i oi the Orei n Ol ml Company at Lanark, llnhola, .! he and but fellow camper were uaually awahanad Iwo o'cloea on notnlnfl ii.d sometime, when three BOUM i'lev had nut yet gone to Pmally IWO or three ii h< of (he men wen uaad %  ware left to idla rtnlgjh) DBM ot Una %  kfj %  ., at %  blank when dedUcUona were m which 1.1 i I %  ions, he l. $11 X were taken out %  > eompul ot %  %  ,. |. cenl l %  niiH'iH t.i\ iHii the otl • %  %  %  I fher ..f %  %  %  BoUetton %  Cottla CaJ appeared (or p Inn William i n % %  %  et, v. hull many I %  turned Into B %  %  11. ihe Wi ti Indies, Mi r\blaai aMda "II we were aick, „. '," ''.. ','""' '" " %  "I' ""d Ml 10 work, or otheiId OS recorded thai we r fu nuined i bather tnera would be ;n tr ..!.-. fin i slubliNhniK i central broadcji>:i hot procket, Th. reai whe. • J ';. % %  • % %  / \' are nioon.e,, %  rnormg M who u W#J|(1 d For coni.ois there vbethei thiv felt that a reni breal Ing corn, told ti i* in.fioo aquan „ %  ,,( real advantage to them or lonrj drinc to taka thi uid be whetht i of corn to maintain 11 ; %  •. I them to 1 b,.o' BJO pj and Iha men reopportunities for co-operation betuaCll ,„ W(i h T[K (( „ %  The other Wii 1 wai ,;lin's UM of BelTrinidad, j( -. V( r ;; m ounl proved in | dutch the supreme Court of Trinidad ^...-..i.-ntor hv t %  % %  robagto nn Blh December, ,. _,,, 1030. by the Public Trustee of ;,u v operated Trn Hour Day H iplalned thai tt,. i goould woik um days they wire tnada to work roc ovei ll h rurs. lie lantMiiljneil an oceben the Bald they had WOTked I U [-• %  r preparation fhe accommodation %  WI but .t nilnota, thi sleep hi it i-. Whal a) the Illinois camp I wen alwaj dn tj the workei folng Into them, HI tha* lie had to i Bean til to hi hoine while uan to Beawi n |..i then i, i thi iB WI .i'ke.l II \ICICISO\ S BROAD ST ALARM CLOCKS. luminated I'I.II %  driving Tfir lo-!'. ' Ihe opportunities for co-opera11.,.. a • nment .„,..,, individual Wast Indian ataTrinidad the %  %  %  %  Megan HtltChlni n & Banflcld. bined lKk-up .., So] ,-itoi .ippeared foi th.structure of pleasing lines, conB „ p-1 k After huvinn the land by inten hange of recorded mate" m ' anoutot atrueted on the have to Sal rii fc following wilt* were principle of aluminum BDO ui 180.0 udmltte-l t> probate. : %  • ,. U|] ,| U]> T | 1( .. ., ,. ,,. v few Vf I. ConMB] and siiuab on firing canes, up|( m |[ :)1] ;ill ,.. wlll > could tpb Whttdeld Callender. St. bolstered in %  • I'hillip, Sus--.ii Wilhelmina SeanlleAmple BCOO st hfJd i. Charle Oala, rlded at the n i f Uv ll tf0uW Th. BBC has elreedj pn sed M d Chord Hennetu Black and Ihough iiormaUj ChtW Church: WUUam geem that then ... "r a market It c an ? help In. th. Christopher B^eUe] Caddie. St. two In IB* rroot, Lucy; and Fiancis Jane Sober?, taken down, a to" also of St. Uicy. behind. The choice of (.mani/ali with the West Indian governments top if a market, ii i en) I Landslides Make Havoc Oi St. Andrew Crops %  ii. %  i iiu. suil gave fell %  cofl il the idea nan land Thi ... ,:.\t.. % %  ,. to ....•-..'.: lar itIan l^llde..he uce came werj cop Andrew during was mine." *• the past two monthf and there I waa mtting it up I has been the suggest inn thai if the Original owner piece i .ed ft Ihe bam M i-.imer Hall there sr. r areas the-, would prevent the scree In w--is and some < %  ban heen throv ( Klin. IO II 0 leif^aen and s i Disearl roods are tmpu*>.. tnr B | um Mr. Inghram think cllr: %  p this year will be at least ll %  Beet the Downing Street, as the am is somewhat don rsin month until %  %  i %  ^ting in the nre.i I be •ppotntrrM rit of Mr S %  II Bnd in %  In the Saltern Csrll evldi act ol UH KI-I will sunporl of the n B.C Mr. Ablack said thid I Btranger to Barbado win n "' ailed me f.^Ki they that he served undei Su George .,., ln u at hadtw %  ben SarJKTSr. %  eont and l.ieut in the Home Whitehall. Ixintbsi the roreman told not to leave the Bald %  amp until n p m. ll was only t.ftei lhay reaehad aamp lhat thaj got something to aat We bad no BBS in Amen. .1 |g represent us and that is why they tos 111 Stock JONES SEWING MACHINES. to none In performance but they <-<>Nt hi thai .ni-. othei nuke ol comparable gfllctcmcj BUY A "JONES" AND SEW AND SAVE IIIIIKI Mc.ilrl illi W'.KMI Ii.vrr $99.16 Cnlnl II. I.I. ... ir....ii,mill mi I imp H....I si,.mi $163.52 IIAICIUSOX S Hardware Store TEL. 2364 1 .lit il Xrrirfil! I FRESH SHIPMENT OF I n illv\ mows ALSO 1 lllllk III III IIS I ,11. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. Dliulbttm. ll.tly 11 ii.v had to ihiow away IM acs maal wa, a l.ul. rk> -.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.-.•.-,•.-,•.-.•.•.-.•.•.•.•.. DECREE NISI Sprint; I'r... IMI.II^ .• mil IL. • 111 lll'llioi I ..... ...... at as g-md as last year Seventy. his plantation! Ho Mid that a eight Inehea of ram ha %  mango tree was on that Lrmitihl on hu land from another I^st yc In the C-iurt for Vi Ma" i .-. The ., • the Chief. kge p %  bi UM ill of ll r h.ise. petitioner and 1 K Chase. aidant I B ow imtrm-ted from Be ovhlnd hand. Coi '"' by Mess %  s. Hayne. KPH of Solicitor;, appeared # On l*a K e K Chase white potatoes, a cup of rnilk. lour slices of bread and I %  that meal sometime.. and sometimes at two r/CWtlt) After returning from work. Ihev BOl me. paS I UM four slices o( Li.-.el Vt-orked Sundays "Most of the workers returning with me could hardly pay ear hire II to their nor GrlffUn, ''Lanark" arOrhSI Bl %H. C. onlv l>ren able to t, la! a shirt '^•' The Mark of QUALITY ( ON8ULATE SIIIKTSuiih 2 |MrPtc mlliirs, each SH.91 ..Han iT.-H: S8.I0 and SX.77 WHITE \,iih .iii.n li.il Ijirh GKET, BLUB, t KKA.M. with 2 *rparulc .nlliirv. Kiiih WHITE Sl'OKT SHIKTS with alMTC*. Knell shi.rl ... .,-, Ili\~l Mil PYJAMAS, IMain colours Suil $1155 & S10.99 Slriped S13.93 & Slll.27 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10 73 Broad Si. LWy*V*OW>V/da>V r /illHls THI. II O HI.lt REXALL PRODUCTS we NOW Qffttt (old&liinuen/a Mixture Cotilfh Mixture (liemiral I ....d Cod Liver Oil KmiiMon (MM IHtl As KMI.IITS HRtG STOWS Special Piicv on MOIKS (umoi vii ma cenls each MOIkS BARS I'lipcrnilnl — liar llu.lilii-. i'iiirii|i|>l|. lain I'll. ll..r,l,-.,ii, Nnl Milk Mill. ( J.-rs. Milk I. rw, Nin Milk S. IliMff I'ftt/fh' I'ri-fff . CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS • CRISP & CREAMY I #/**•*/ */•#• Sim/flu OvfnaaMM Blanw-Bn l.hnrin • Thv.nol ( n III... .d Purifier < riam of Maanesia TabMi HOIIM SYRCP 12c. 12c. •; :• '•• II s s Mailed Milk 12c. .. < Inrtv Cream 12c. .. BRKI KIllllHiHUli LTD — Mt*d o( BroaH Street iJidbctics < Crackers ^ ISA FOBi an enjoy Crowtord s Cream ,-ithout (ear o( any ill effects. CRAWFORD S CREAM CRACKERS ^v-v/^AV/,v/*c/y,'*<-'-'-v,v//,-///,'.'// •,*//////•//.. ^*-*.-.---.--;;;%'.'.;','.',%•,; \ >,'s,-,%;;;:'SSA#rt *AA***A A?* ** *&***AA**W-WS.



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATCBDAT, si:PTEMBF.R 22. 19"! HEN;;Y BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY 381 lbs %  \T I A %  ir-^^a^ ^5? Jf ,>->-.-J Maw K i •Tajfflftj CLONDIE RY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER „ ( I*IES orvauaBiz run! NO nev kffi < UX> 1 — 1 ItBELtP >T STOOk&e I" 1-E IWXADKTBS^' |T-€ sCOS *ftgS>SE J v BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS HSB? t soua courts £ OCA5V p. MlUf H IRS* UPIM -J A %  &JT A LOT r '.'' M %  %  AT THE 1 f \ LL CAM 'oQi IT AJ5 M fgt\ _'*"" to faultr %  n id->itbl* quirk tlma. ao. ,T .(Ml .uftVr 'r-.r.i *-,.(,•*.!.... Sclatt• % %  fraajwant HMdllhll ar • Cold*, PaOr E-<'fly a*d Appatlta. Fu", A-klai, Burning. Smarting Pa.aJgai. Gat UP NI B U. 4 to your rhamtat toda* for Cyatax and ba fit and wall nat waafc CytHa Hclpi Nature 3 Way. kMaaya iid* ai %  no hann. harmful or danfaroua dru*> Crtta> wrk tn thaaa 3 waya to end row a* (1> Start! kllliri*; the jr-rma wbja* ra aitarktnu ynur Kldn.ya. Pladd.r and urlnarr ayat**n In taro a*-ura. y*l la abaolotary harmlaai to human (DUa'Yrldof haallh d>atryla. deadly p*Haon..oa "|da with whir* -t*m ha> ha-->ma aaturatad 1*1 ^trMntthtna and rflnvlironit-a InHdna". pr-'tarin yoa from tna ravBf*a Of dl.--r-mttmf on tha d.ll ratAltar oranlam. and .tlmuldtaa rtti.iv av*irm. 9 Weki in Hnpital— Now Wjl "I Kara nt*"* "* /•<* y*a*> >"%  Jrida** oad Bioddrr >rM*. al> *naru aatai gad JH* Jol*t§. I raa mot iNf fa r -. irwa • %  < ••' %  *" -** *• rnr raid I troald ao* fca a* fa a/anCyatai "H ifo'a avaatrr, rfraaf/ 0>|d I J. A P. Hcolth Improvrd in 2 Day* -I had aot /aff rran. wa> for a#a> oad a* 0 ~ K I DN I Y %  .'"..MIII^J, RHEUMATISM IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi* Customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW 73 KEEPS FOOD FRESH AND IMPROVES COOKING ON SALE AT ALL GROCERS H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Aaentt Britain's MOKUS Oxford makes motoring news! LEADS WAY IN LOW-COST "Quality First" motoring Bollt to mpol wopld-wid' daCBAnd for a onlveraAl ( la •conoratcal to opfr.tr. •>n*Tln*d for aprt-d anj apruok for comfort. All a*tB ar.within th*Whr'-lhap. It can b.drlTcn on looaT lourwiya without ratlguc to tha driver, and nputar* contlnaally at hlfh epr-ed without streaa. ThMorrla Olford la oaa of Brltaln'a moat aucceaafol world-appeal earn. HES*; ~—* EYES -• ,' ' h :v "H |ht a tartan DactQT. Iho Mother trouble if talUnmauon cauied by %  IrtgrH** tlare anil dint I ad.i% Opt ret '' I %  HT All Ujrri. Hodiaa an HOW IT It UIIIT Mono-joa%  B eaidan w d-bafora paimiaa nua praaanta raat ;' •** *aaaia %  %  mhCrrKi n||i.n*M< x.^ Moihcrvmedavalaier. | i.! f lr iniaJ BKiul Opifci taiaaj-b rt fdj t n w aowJoftaar • I HtttSE a<, W ia tttQltH FRONT WMIL SUiPtNSION PROTECT YOUR EYES wOA Optrv m I EYE EYE LOTION FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diilributort Phone 4504 ,A4rtI FMII T I i --^-^ hang ihould b> I m /V / XiM loeacb %  deigned cvctuih.



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-Ml RDAl SI PTI Mill I 22. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATF CLASSIFIED ADS.': !" :" SA,,S fa* ll-nl %  fnuiuitrtn. •harga It U> for %  • II' %  rd Term ea*i Photi* MM b-tweet. %  W -114 4pm. 1HJ loi liaatb I OH SALE %  ad u ...r, %  "•"" %  <**• a1W Or. %  t-*'a* PW of U.ui IN Ml Moid \\1 %  HAM ll> MIM II.I.WHUS in v si una re HINT I % %  r ...... %  I Phone MO MM IUI W • 51 n MI I. HI KIM A r. •hrd houMwith aarden i 11 • ->! %  1 M I' M-IEM food I : I %  'i Milraa-r J %  eaaimable utTet refuted Coo Nehaul Public 1 M II M 1' Five (I >M l>r* Keaaufiabl* prier A.. in. pcilitan G.ii|f. Masann* Lane Dial Mil i (mi a si a, i AH IU47 model fluid drive Pudge EH ntavi nm M new. Tic* rtaMmable Cm | „„„ .( 8 ,| VeI I Hay Street J'hone 4KS in I] a., ONI nvin.) ENGINE for 0ici.i:.r SI Ji. OMI i-iTi M pon iioi'u n u %  rt "i.h A-.. reuonabl* ..ffe. *|I i.l be MuM W' u.va iu ue removed JHMtMl ..t *.\. If-ali %  O Jolt•\enue 111... n . m Mi.harl HJ II..\ st will. Shop attached BurRoad Al pte inn IUIOM .. r-s. ... .mrirnea in buying or %  .ma • [ %  %  mm < tuittrl ht-Hr or a *pot >. land, you ihould itriii touch .nn l Eatale A|ent ami luctmnee. of Macau mention li (urn lo any button, placeil n mHand. re-xardle,. n f „,. i, ,„ I I I Off* >-. | %  i. Rial E.late -ee DAnv A Scott :.MHMI.MI\iS GOVERNMENT NOTICE l.-e-ia; at our dl.poaa! the h node,,. (Mat, ., ,,„ , P"1M* KlWn .1 eaeeptii-i* %  '-.metto MnM Itw-,e MM li • M in The MBj. i.-ed from rn.-r. .,! .-.!.. Mi • Di C 11 M 1. DENTURES l."i ..-mure* at* broke. ate the... rtlllully MM m> li. ll.daet ivfhcr bavin* the Higher C>r .liona. *rv MfBMSMM arrad, cerUrVele to Al trail K-rpll.a id I of n.MiHUI K.P-.H. I'rSrit UMO tUtrrtirnla. rUUm. HtiaaU. Bidg*l ptrparatiun and SlalWItcal wofk Ar 3ft to vr>n Apply aldlini lalan '"1 ilrad Ell t VAI AN) j %  tary lo Kan-.ilii| photugrupli i. \\\ .ii Ailvir.Hr Bill ELECTRICAL :. \M*MITT:B IU UK on IU. K—a condtnoi,. raniiiM. %  nh dag top %  %  UtUdi 13 3' north lun(|lludc 59 28* west, i chanies will be fired in the virln%  during d,ivii;ht I ilng is warned to k*-.-|i |MU I nur notice of 5th Si 1951. 21 9 SI— 2n DBPAKmnn u BKurwAra \M TKANSI'ORT Vacant Post r.f \.KUnI HnBineer %  I %  %  port U< iind thr Hlan will IKin the %  KM H.024XH4 — %  in dm A c* B 'i.inimiim may be paid to Ux %  %  ... 2. Appnintmrnt will brj on pro•i the first I In other respeetl thr appoinlI..I R*HuMfe>ns nnd IHcloral C'tvil Servtce RogulaUono .ind Intruc! n not exreeding $1.4411 will lie pnyablc on : %  nenl ittacMng ti> the post arc to uslal wiUi of matntr! ocutTUction of the blghwave and bridw of UM Departnn %  I I T, admln1 UM rltputfi %  time 5. Can.: -. I'tiftieM a I I the A'hlp Examination Ulntion "' Civil EnninI % %  '.. %  %  : %  .... i veylng. tul rnndidate will Mop a motor vohti i mancc of A Travelling AHOWi on an annual .Mth the ol li %  [ravelling Allowance Ragulal tul r-inriidnte will %  thai Co m at lha Oov%  atiott 8. ApplicaUorrt ihould ... Public Bull %  town, to %  i the nu 1951. not origontala should be: submitted. Kill thou throbbing palm In MI muiclei al once 1 apply Sloan't Liniment lighlly-^ C feel your •JfOVIB, -..Hi ) Healin %  %  nd Warming Dmil 4 a >p*cul pi Hr Vrr %  Flats < r llutwn Ud B 9 11 In POULTRY LIVESTOCK R a, AppiIn B MaylMw. Fii Villa**. Si J.. 11 li -ii 1UI1 llrrd lAbrador Pup. pir. i mala*. Apply lo Mra O W M i FOTMIUrW, Pino Plantalloii Oap Bl Mlrluirl Phone 1784 • II Jn MECHANICAL .MISCEI.I.AM-OUS li Kl\<; .I....I.. .; % %  •I *> par %-rd Oial 471 trill %  m pair Rr Dtoat Shop II I 11 COTTON THRBAIl i.. KfeAftL Urn 11,.... i garroN Mr. Norman Baarom STHATII.'I.YUK Hi Ulebaal Tha Houaa atanda on HTM aquara laat of land, and comprlxaa Cloard aallar-i dr—maand dininf room., hitchrn A<-i.d badroom*. and batn rorm. up.Uin Oaraa and .-n-nt*. room. In yard Clrctnrliv. B . and Uovcmmaril WiUl Initallod. Ir.tpaction My d,. axtapi Sunday. bj appointmri.i -iu, M ( M'inard AMar, DtaJ MM. Trio propnly will 1v .rt up for Bale b> public rompctilmn *\ out oltlcr Jamvm Igfianm, .,„ i>„,. •unt at 1 o'clock p m VEARWCKip A. ikJl • U II IOII I'lHSOMI ii m u vonris NOTICI. I'AkinM MI r ions A. rrom lb. 10th lo tn S,.plrml, INI. lt\r ufflrr ol tn* I'arorh; Traaaurn will b, 0 p,.nrd on a_ fllfdn PHASER Ma I mill WTii.irriulk Powdar mad* n HoUaikd trom milk al lha u-urfa l.n.r.1 Pridian Cow. I. now —allabl. a. lollow* lib. tin. u MM aacl ..i-l ill. till! | II M oach II uik obtalnabla at your arocrt you mai conlact Tha Barbado. Co-Op-'.IUCotton Factory. Ltd., Local Atfanti mai—an HAMS ii, %  q Dial .1435 or 4H1 1 M li.-t.uck Uti UPTON*! DU AH tta. ara ood MM Ml i MM -I" i~ UM UM -"'• %  i MI %  %  that cimmand* tha largeat Mia in lha world • % %  itaKd on every packal*. and whuii IHTiiN Tl^ Savr Ihal part of lh* l.brl indicalim Inr wxl|hl and *Kthan|p %  AgMiU S3 11 in H iXZl H 1 II. 1 11,..,:, H „ M .,.,. aortar Mhito Jar la • ; %  Rf %  -. H M ONI iiHIT MARTTTI KNOINI in II." .\l>pl, K C-l.ii,. .. II T a 9 ii an •m i U %  fFFJll A Uria varlHv of Fra.h s.id. on Mir %  >' D-ut Btorr 11 • 11 Oil i on RENT i.-U iuraa* Tl %  .-!. and M caaia i"da b a M toorda — war M uo-ifj 3 eaal. a u-jrd ok—4 cania I b'ord an SUndaut; It In CLIFTON TTRKACIV-Tan approved I tenant Furni.had Houaa. Uppar Day SI I Urpo.la Yacht *,~1 Aquatic Club* All ".odarn convrnla^caa. Applon pramlaea I %  II -I f ri Nonrr %  F.-MTATa Of • IIIIIIBK K AIIOI MM i \mn a-.-...NOTICE IS IIIJIEMY OaVI %  iiiimi up.,r M aRrc.lna the r-latr of I'rrd.r,.* Uw parl'h of Aalni Michael who died ir Una l.land on lh. l.t day of March 1*31 are hereby required la |>.irticul.tr. of their % % %  . S.r ( .in. Solicitor. (J Jame* Slrerf. B-KiBrtown. 0.1 or before the lllh dav O* October 1M1 aHer w In. h date I .hall proceed to distribute thr a> e*Ute amoiuj the partle* atitH I .. ,. II..-,. .,. i.i I have had oilier, and lh.il I .h.,1 ...t t. RM M dl.lnbulrd to any peiwii had Itulwe al the li lion And all parvoru indebted M the -aid catale are requr-ted lo aecount* -itiu.ul delay ll-l.il ir... loth day at Au|ual 1MI JUHN CIllTtHIUiW BAilKI'i Qua fled r..r.ut..r. E.t.ile of Frederick ( credit M I Rhtl MEPH %  %  II." %  ftl John Harbour In Carlialc Bay Log %  ajaarp IM hm. II. -.1 IIH t.oVIKNMI.NTS OF TH. BRITISH H,s| |\|.||>. liMii-ll ill 1ANA AMI nRIIISII IUIMH HAS The Uovemmenu of the %  noiim <\l m Reitional E*'unon,.. . ,f the t'oiiiptioller for Devvlnpimm and Wrll.uim lh. W. •' The uiini.il> (uiul. an t„ ;„ -\ u. .n. .uhi lllaUve body lo the participating go\ %  rMhltk matters, and to anuma -*ivutivc end lm.un i..l ...utt.l ..( Ilrili ri Caribbean Trade CoinnHaalOIIM SCIVI.C in the I'liiti.t Klng%  i Canada. The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified person* lor the following posts: — 1. rxccMllr SaaMWfaraj I( t l le fi lV i, 1TU |I TCHKIM, (-omMiMer —at an annual salary of about A 2 500. Candidates for this post ihould have a w i,i. n riualuu-.it mm in eco> nomics or commerce, and have held appointmrnt* demanding personal responsibility was initiative m business and Of government >. Asnsianf Secretary i Niamiicum > —at an annual aalary ol ajpavl 1 1.500. Candidates for this pot qWtllaVatlon in statistics and admin. I dealing with i—miomic and commenu.l malu | .nit Si> ri't.u k>ill Li 11 -i-m-ii'li f..i | r %  %  tititnr -lativtn *' %  material relating to trade and romrm%  k of DM i''nritibers. Trade Coimi*aioner in the fulled Kiti,nl..->> —at a salary of about £2,500 per annum plus si representation allowance of £1,500 |*r unntiin. Candidates should have uli axpaa Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility In the Held of trade and commerce ither in IHIMIU-SX or govment. They should preferably have experience of dralint! with matter* of commercial pulii > •• a it ade rMgaottatJ [•reference will lie given lo candidate-. haVaggJ ""!. with trade and govetiinient OlgjaarlMlfeni In UM Unlli dom. Assisffltit Trad,' Ci>mmis.i<.iicr in Ifctg lint. J Kmodora —at an annual salary of about 1 1.320 In the in t pine) p|ui a representation allowance of ilaOO. The main burden of lha d.t> -to-d.i^ arort "t tin I ofliee will fall uu this officer. Candidates should tlui.f.n poaaess a sound knowledge of ofBeo Qt"gjg4uWtton istrative experience in dcalmi: with IMUtrl ol ti .' j commerce. it CiENERAL ,', The Committee n*ser\-es ihe right to fill Biq post I.. unit.,-. | 1 l.urinM • %  M Irt, *-h Afi I %  .. %  Beh landalpha. Scl. Plmence Si run if no suitable applications Sfc region of the figures stated but other terms of service (a lAKh ACT. em i h-nlmi uperuillUei .. rl.nlal % PM4 Man ol f MI under the pi %  barra A. i ... n.pect of the Ar.ld.Hun -d under Aid. Act ISO'. % %  ' ii ., aasrt XI Jiu-pri tit it ir LlijI'OR LICENSE NOTK'E I gutui A Uauihaii. hclder of laqur l.u....e No 3M ol 1911 % %  anted lo OouRXHirni I!., !„ % %  ( m reapr I i. ,,,i ..II r.ldei.ce nl M glmoM Si A, .In-I. I p*;mii!n to UM MKt Uquor Ucrner .1 a board and .hin.lc .im with .hedi—f ..Itached al Beckwlth St St | Dated thl* Mth day of September l**l T" r. A Mcl-EOD Eair Police Mafurlralr Ili.t A RVTL'S A MAK.llA'. Appli— I H It Tin. application will bl -i..um C art i" I* held -t .' %  %  : %  ,, %  \ %  ]... %  tha Ind day iaf Octot-et IH1 m\ I 1 II—I f l SI KMI IOR (HlOBIi HBt-AIII OPMM II-ch Fully furni.rud Refriferalor. S badiIS4. a"mm I to 4 and Mil alterwairt. 10 11 In LOST A MM Ml i i ua "Id l.iq.m l-n-nn %  aid pnmlut a Li,,.. LOST SWFFPTAKE TICKET Bn-IK *'t IM FlcMMH *HI l>* rewarded .. i., 0 Soiten V. %  %  .. .... B • 11 In li.l.-l li Dlil "A ro E A MeLEQD Eaq PollM M IflMtt |M, MM A N It Thl. application will be %  d al a Urrnaiii* Cm %  . i i.. i ,! %  : ':'.. %  Ma. afl cArwfalr af WE ARE BUYL^S I'aid at lha i M mm w -i MV UU u ii 3rd floor. No 1' Hwan St H ro-Mi "S iaws HASH WATES PISTOLS AT JOHNSONS BTATIONEBV (heap TEA CUPS nd SHI I IS AT JOHNSON II Mil H Mil ".'^5c:-^i GOVERNMENT NOTICE TENOEKS FOB SHOPS AT THE I'INE HOUSING \RI A TENDERS are rcq m bo are desirous ol ing and running a shop, or shop'. at in< I'nie Housing Area Two sites are at press No. I site is on a v*v ai an area where new houses have been erected recently, UM I rod a building in keeping with the surroundings. No. 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an existing shop trom an overcrowded arta will be considered. In the case of site No I ., ; Ion '•' UM proposed shop Uh hould be sul : and design of the building am! the material, to bi No 2. full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the 'shop to be ran* The t\pv of business to be D should be staled If) The q i on when the %  ;. considered. Tenders should be addressed to the Hanaggfl 1 mg Board, the Garrison, and should reach U) .the 15th of October. 1951 For further particulars appl SEA WELL I IA i ti i I! %  %  %  I s I 1 I II a Em l-ieill. eirvue i Manh. .1 Marah, I MarUv O Mirth A M. II [.-, V Wood%  Mrt i ... 1 ,,....,. W Jackwn S Ja. %  C Fluke. P 11,.1 I II li T|||nil in.plan.. ... N 1 V[ v.M I:M 'hapmaii. Arnoti Ardard, June nrrhert. jnti,, .i,,ru ,. niepnen ...... , I John f"a\i Ken tophi smith. Anna llmdr FNan ST Kin-. Vivian Ouiiib. From 'AM ik 1.. Marie 1 ,. 1 From MAiniNnjt • %  ... 1 %  1 1 1 %  1 .1 The ConunlttOa would IH. piep.iii.l lo give s|-cial cimsiderilioh m these matters to appointees with oxcapUonol qualltV The Committfpropusc* to mike the-e apnolntnM log full detai' %  mi ui< 11.'' t %  -)'.• MIII uiih EupoorUng do. mints and names of two r ofot oeg, should be %  tMraaaad to roarh the ''hairnuin. Kegional E-onomi* (on tmtii 1 Ha*tni" H %  1'dc. (..fore the 31st October. 1951. 8 9 51 Sn SHIPPING NOTICES High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women 'a" m njf&^Hiiy? !" **^*** F.rALANP IJNB. iJMlrVU %  MAMS Uael 1'iillT ADCIAlDCr* la arheduMd M 1 .. Iluh.il Sa-ptambet 1Mb. Mell,..* Kiivrmber Mth I idaWMst M arneini ...i*.. Ulll iiiiple .pace fm chiliad ami I ,, Irol.i. %  ..ik'. 1-... ...pUd on ltir.-vuh BUU "' I.. [. %  1.1 iiai.HMiMiir.il al TTinMaal 1" .na. Ir.H.id and Windward l.l-O. Paa Pile** imtieul.r. af>ply 1 .1 WITHY aco ITH DaCOHTA JI C<1 LTD 1 IM I ir* i a w 1 11 w 1 V*e'r','e-e*r-r*r*,-e'e*e'r','-'-*-'/*e*-The M X l>\l RWOO0 m %  ., %  allinn Thumday FIlli %  .e|* 1 arsji "nd Paaaamosra l '" II. ,,!,.!. Al.ll,,. ...llins F?l day SUi (k-loher. IMI Tti. M V MOMEKA *>IU -1 %  1 1 K.O. flat, ,.r • aiiii.H 1.. 1.. UBad II r s, mi. NI i' i>WNI It" • %  %  MEVI .e ^lT" K ea.u'* 'fc—^ a.— "^ "*aa* •alh aaatrl NF.W .rRlaKAMn RKRVK-K I AI'.IA •t'NITAN ...H. lllh Sepl arrive. IU.l.i.,1rlth THMI.11 -.IIMU asfd 1 %  .1. KTKAMI3I ulb) lOth CH-lubrr arrive. tUrhail.. 7 '"_ "'"• %  aaaw aaiaei l In* 11, Heart. paJpllaifUa, delay iraMiM., .,„,,„ ^ t lm 7?.' ifortneiiy i,..„ M || >B o,, MW aaaaHCSl rtl* >v-r>. rrd.,.-. || l( h lllood heav^"'" T 1 "'"' *"•* %  1 "" • l-l I CANADIAN KKRVK E AI.OA PKUAHUK Al COA J'OINTEH AUHA I.U.HIM ;ir. Heplamber IMh Se|,i %  jnth (HI. %  '"' '-'-l PAGI NI vi N Wm. FOGARTY (Bdos Ltd.) II \ 111. \I>S I MM It $1.00 IOII IVIIIIOM. a MAffhtvn t/fmiilutli/ii ItniJump tihiiiil Ill I I 25th Aug %  22nd Sr-,,1 Due %  I %  HOMEWARD FOR I 111 INITPD RIMilMIM Cloies U Veiiel Tor flarh'tdoi S3 "NOVKI.IST For further Inrormslion *ppl> lo . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agenti %  ThiPride of Uu hllrhvn" Model S 772 7.7 oft all Steel Conslruction Hermelically Sealed 5 Unil 5-year Guarantee DAACE f 1 hi ; Deputy Dire. 1'.1 of * U Btlon) J* *; 1 In old Of thO flames Fund O i %  '..! %  ..,.'. I : 195t 0 l ADMISSION 2 0 .VrVr.V.*/i'*V.V.V,VeVry-. To Our Custoroera and Friends • W *dl U closed foi Stock-taking as under: CJTOOOI 1 Dapt TueiMliiy 2.'ilh BapL Wholosale Dept — Thursday 27th EEpI S. E. COLE & CO LTD. 27 A 28 Hoet,.. 20.9 SI —3n (hristian Scienw lirildillj; lliiiilll I TuMda.a. Wwln.. .) fi-.-^ .... I I. %  m II At II... I I II.. Chrt.li.n ^1... fcl.M and II...Ill, III.* V.iplur.. I.. UAI.1 IIAKI I. EDDY m.r I* ..... boir'.a*. VISITORS Am: HI 1.1 IIMI GALVANISED RAIN YYATKK FITTINGS Try . rK.X'TH 1 1. 1 M l-f nil I M COKNER nttOAII A llliill, SIKI.I 1^ Model S 471 The Smaller Brolher 5-year Guarantee Made by Ihe largest Makers of Automatic Refrigerators in Britain }' run iihliim iiiln 1 ttf i/i.--. • I usii litII inlllll 1 IIII-.!If 1 in-. A SHIPMENT OF THE ABOVE JUST RECEIVED '''''''•'•'''•'''''•'*'-'''''''r'' *''-'-%%'^' r % r %%r %'.r lAA^',%\' r i r i,%^'^,'. -.'



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ESTABLISHED 1395 SATURDAY. PRICE FIVE I Mossadegh Dropping Oil Ultimatum r~~ Will wait until after the British elections ^3 II ST. \ II IS I Oil A ^ Expulsion Threat To Be Withdrawn TEHERAN, September 21. INFORMED sources said on Friday that Premier Mohammed Mossadegh is dropping plans to send Britain an ultimatum on stalled oil talks until after the British election next month. The note demanding the re opening of negotiations, which were broken off last month, will go to London soon, but it will be minus the threat to expel within 15 days the last British oil technicians left in Iran. I) reported th %  twitch In tact* 1 %  tuiscd' ktUi iin> futii i i iiii inn Ming 'cl ha overestimated rtii**in' military 511*111(111. 4 London waa nd said thai cteartj umvsi 1 ay." ^Jri Phil] lack "ii the Stock market boom With I Nil I '-'in MIS* I business" party Refer%  i!i I IUK buidIng In on fervent hopes %  %  • % %  %  %  of the people Erj i.\ to nu'kr Labou %  v. %  Ine Torteg as the partv of big business C o na ervatlvg Maxwell Fyfe made %  it-fare" ihnrge accusing I making Industry" ( battle of a Haw war." Latest pll pulilishe.l today 1 how ed Cora dives still lavouritaa but Labour moving up I nee ;i month ago. Forty-nin*per eant of the po'led favoured Conservative* now compared with BtJ ptr rent in August. Thirtyr.lne per cent favoured Labour compared with 38 per cent In August, —U.p. King Geofgi! Is To I hive. An O/Miralum LONDON, sept Ii. Km,: <%  n the near fu! %  d Friday "i*ht. A medical bulk tin signiit evei 'he Kings lung give* : %  own 1 be up and about In Buckingham HcaHng thai 1 kl no! ol I %  requires %  Of bus%  -mem hat been ang to > %  irom privab* I %  %  tfa> R ad King %  %  %  %  hi were ^tHikci %  GIvM AuMerii : %  itu King eh Bh< %  %  I, U 1 Pal* and wj%  ith her .011 more thai m. Minister the request for the %  •f Parliament as a preliminary to omlng Gem rat Kirction V-visited Kin : the third time %  %  • • 1 p a |. Eisenhower Wauls U.S. Presidency By LYLE C. • i>o\ A Drumniund has returned Irom Pans .vti 1 hat General Elsenhower wants Republican %  minatlon gnd will work la net it rtond is one o( (he beat re;* rtei towi Hi back from two nan as Duectur of Europe, n Information for Economic Co-peratinn Adtfntnlstration Thli week ha resumed his post as Chief Washington Corn the Chritifam Science Monitor. • i> %  1. Monitor nowsi p • woi.ki not b.ah Hi .11 plans to trjke ft fl %  %  • Inatloi well 1 1 %  > Ii a • nomination oonvontten, nd laid i %  will reman hli European military %  %  return u :-. % %  ITS M. realms f"t El1 am. 12 41 pm Homing >n Kliii Iflht. Nlm pri wt who coiUinucd attend.1 g Uie King 1 raying "atl LU Mr,.' • lm||r." i-i'intd 111 un ol lhKinai limnwhich nave been I him for four n No rurtl 1 aopli i REVOLT AGAINS1 STATr GOVERNOR %  I letulio Vargas wat %  '\i< tad b ardai Federal lirti r %  %  %  revolt then nent PederOl irimps rontrolWI rtate %  ipnal ot Baa Lull I id the dtv'i normal actlvlU 1 r IN.A:r. Council Pledge Heartens Italians 1:' THE FORTUNES ol Ilaly' ani Communu Government grew brighter with the North Atlga %  B what Italian.-, regard as their "humiliating" peace ol World War II. %  %  I %  %  le Gaa%  ..-, %  ... 1 | Basing, the atrain oi NAT) %  .i-'rs. ., full and . . ... %  %  • %  lory if notlol tr I winter cam] Ml 1 Ithly his .inotlier ge • :<>" In 1 ittli more x' 1 ^ 1st that tod lu ruiflhrH %  %  :• con icited ba '> <'->-\t I's famsjs toward lul If /'rnmt Ml {tunHorn: FOREST FIRE DESTORYS PART OF L.S. CITY N acre (ore*l fire roaroaV Dyuig the ul Fork*, anu gught not until it rearhcii thv Hhorvs of the A Navj 1 lung boats were •landing by ojf the town ol LopiggD t*> evaedggg reew '.irly 2.000 perionn Re.l from Forks rmterdt-y when the rlre raced out of the northeast and threatens! 10 erigu'f the rntire cosggkgggg) Hut tl j *nrk of 100 volunteers who stayed behind a> tight the onrughmfl rtllnej the bla/. %  nl the city. Prtaa KltMa; The Standirs inimittec nt fmiSJl SSSllglgl nOWl voted unanunotaVkj I 1 gotrtl nue Ruatlsn news ggancy ?*•* presa aajlary prlvnegsM be%  DM tree not be upheld by abridging them." The American Society of Newspaper editors urged earl month that Taaa empl l.-n.i-d from raplloi pre-aaitorle* hei* they are on equal footlnn Ith l "inte.1 Slatenewx! 2 Ymut LONTJON Si ed from I 'ii bs • l.int. %  %  %  %  told out %  % %  1 not dtvdlgji .it tbr (< h %  i %  ie? .it the moment and it fore %  the Republirai %  I b. .1h.1i he Igoli 'lonlsm 3 To i< U.8 Foreign rI1 1 pwi'ti-anship Drmiimnnd explained I I IOWCI h 1 on nin 1 linn I . apart I %  1 n %  1 tentii Hi bs will D %  UnHfci man) '.1H I ?r pollUi ind ot tin l*i .f Mi baeheri Drummond pie f .in no wgj rhiiilmged the or' -at truth *hn n lome "f Uw ..i to hav forgoften —I'.r. lirazil Svvks Jap huntigran /^ 0 n .1 u %  rnese immithen) 1 pai 1.1 envoy Pentesdo U) .fapan ney 10 negotiate the sending ol I.O00 .l.tpaoeae immlgr.mt famlhei [>rovl I V Wood Is Hurt: Team Picked 1 if %  Al 11.11 IIII HK. HW , lot to Argentina, Georges 1 ad I AIMAn Active Part: linli 1 ire Herbert Mon p;irllng homeward atioard thi* (it<-^ii Man rafused British election bul wht n he would takr.in ait;.. %  I "Lit." ling the Ottawa coni Morrison SSkl I am impressed with the desire to reach agreemenl vvd.p'. %  If then the Bovlel bloi. em DM* I our ehi 1 r 11* 11 %  i orris .; OROsTTOWK, Sept, 11. 1 he naibud' %  teg i 1 rirsi 1 % %  which i 1 %  v.ieket k- ItaUfe bai been tvme.i i.-lfth man. Thtani now i T.1.VI..1. Wali-oii Paimer. Proverbi I i. Bradsha* 1 Roldi a 1 Runte The Biltlsh Ouianas b ollowi B McO Gosfch %  !. rhoms 0 A 1 1 ho, B 1 ..'..11 1. W"'hl. I .lnrd.ui. n Dyei B tarorUi Cha* Q Olb .. r Gibson. (; t*m 1 bat 1 .11. ati.1 %  1 Ighl si 1 t a II 1 ihi bowlMj attach srlth Geskln Brnum -,. intei h 1 Dyer, hard %  tamai Beefonh Berbkari made team ot l %  but turns the b 1 Till: IIAKRAtHiM t'RICKKT T"/.M Bril tii.< • isasnt which I B A v wiih'iiiH If I %  '" as lat 1 > 11 I •' T*yLi N^it loiiu-cricket aui I C B r Id] 1 %  grepirte1 • % %  nt MM Deli M she hi .. %  • %  l//> VOTED FOR FRE1SCH C I TH.OLH SCHOOLS PARIS Si pt. 21 THE RATH N \i. AS I MBLV i nactaxj Into i %  IIM 1 %  aid lu Catholic school i B 236 tin.Vsi-miily |M^*em(. to -II'. STORA\ HEADS FOR MEXICO %  1 k small 1 plSh 11 U %  ; P %  tfltl ranged in the lowei Gull 1 problemi follow Ing the pa and %  W.I. Will Have5 Voice At Supply Talks providing foi 1 1 WHge.t when the 1 nf nvuig i" There %  trad %  1 1.1. in proteal %  thai MIL iit,deisu phs 1 %  .f. %  1 %  1 1 TiSe "ADVOCATE" p..v for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night (Prom Our Ow (on spoiiHenll I iNDOfl Sept 21. For /////Time Enjoyment.. Packing Canes Wan&ad For J'ra Relief Pfaroeb ISO 1 m K..H' raw mnti-niii-. and manuiacturad goodi Thl I tatlon aaltv indem attandini apeak Ihe 'A. 1 mi ial rpieatlon of fret %  %  At the roncluilon *-f pn %  %  %  %  rase in i Confereno t si %  %  %  l od t-.aiclit ,.t %  1 %  Slier ess ADVOCATE J'CA RELIEF FUND ANOTHER gaset Meg 'irt.iy .ind tlif Fninl %  little way farther BSM road School-' opei.ol Khl waek. *nd the pupilor an OUIBI one -eid an early opportunity to add their n'ioU There .yt room. beweVCf for niort (oritrlbotteas, and it H hoped tht thl. OAILY KHMINDl'.R 1 the purpooe of to bring n> tool m-lll -i-rv iielplng yea donation Today hi th>>e-t day to brtna; It 111. Y-terday h' fggg. Why not today" 1.....11. < %  !> ,


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PAOI TWO CaJub galling BARBADOS ADVOCATE &ATUBDA1 ^l ITI \li:i R 1-' Man Talk, S IR FHROL I Mi John Rahi. II ing i i-nRcts from Ti i by i;v ArtUgSM Rural Dean A T 3 mm %  %  I S' M1.1..PI bj fro at fhr I'.iri. Church Rev raendeVnie i In Aid of Poppy Fund T ICKETS 1 %  B %  %  %  wnl ..i i at Messrs. Cave Lid. %  v.i. Monday. The ;ii-t prtte ot the raffle will be |1M • H heman \ Including i pn: sod ;• mckvt tat Together Alter Four Year* M iss FLoitENO. BAXTER and tut ton i ..no were born and cdti%  Both :. iise Baxter Pros t in on !>" Ovei I : mv u. ..;•. i' on the Ovcrse.il Programmes lor the i %  snd trans* later. i ch other ti r tow yean and decided to vacation in Barbados u>With Caroni Ltd. M R AN: H PUl* RIN of Trinidad, arrived by 50 Men By Rocket to Mars DH i w : A whom they hat drought W pu" uo school at the "'an f<> % %  xpecl to be •-. %  until next Friday staying at the Transport Manager of Waterloo Estate. Carnni Ltd C'arapachema. %  W-IiMim von l : man r*~ %  landing I Good Buildings In W.I. The out •< i I %  feature* ot %  1 -..'MM I mn tun %  B lher rockets." says Di v... who arrtved here onlBn by the S.S. OelRle. paid to Trmidad and returned lii Spaceship., II tdaj night by B.W.I.A. Uigj at the Ocean View Hotel until the ship rtftUIHI Kg way back to the t:nited Kingdom. An architect. Mr. Jackson is PERSIA* PLA > ATTACKS BRUTAL BRITISH (from KKNM-TII MAI Al LAY ; TVh.-r.iii) THE PERSIANS have put on a jolly little dramatic 'jmment at a theatre in Isfah..: IVhcran. .1 is a play about the horrible British, and could be billed this way :— tin nan ^. ... ., %  ,w rHK * | K : A "> aaoa* nil. N< INI i.i (ha ,1,.. ,, % %  %  • from his mouth i. thrVatonma ,.. W.l ...... Knoa Dtay, hu ta „ j, t ZL"tjL %  d m de An "'" " l' Perilan. even to think mi ,,-,, ,,.. "I sal i. I ,. TTS I ... . The Penian be> lo. hni ju tot the Jrn ,„.,„ ri out ol the Pertian ,.... .,,.',., „,„„„ „.„ FREE HOSPITALS he i %  ol. IKand his men ai celebrating by h-.tmg a fe l*erslans to death to teach the lo work harder. M On Honeymoon AM) MltS. DAVID LI E paying ba llrs't" va.it to the West 1-">" 200-ton He said thnl from what seen, there an son I gly good and modern in lhee parts. .notary night would User -osible even using arespellante. Almut M men with iuui>Hf would land on Mars In Ere. keti fell him tn the ground giving "ii technicians from l(n-.i. a m mpl .... Urn Union Jack aim %  noui %  ppsBUM tur111 I •urnes to be a big uniut s general tso I year. One of President Truman', high offV ttng the %  rear 2.000 one-nfih of people will RI D NEED! VN.I THE BEM %  ild be giwl %  %  women running a-ound to corrupt Persian youths. The English laugh lo see such fun. I-.\B" | gVA BTOWN ran „,.,„,. %  r "~-^ DIAL 2310 %  •>* • < x\ & FIGHT FILM" To DAY 4 *3 'fid S WOMAN ON PIER 13 • %  he— %  •B.UO IT. ,""'.m' SoVir,"" STECIAI. T.|.A\ %  CODE of the LAWLtSS & ARIZONA TRAIL -in, • .: Brought Son to School M RS MKRVYN i.RELl-. wife ot M-j-.t OreB, Director oi Trinidadiani Take Time Out M R GEORGE Lib, LUM, Civil Engu.. Ud ;.tt.-rwarda tour the * 5*" WaOO wny arrived Architecta of Trinidad, arrived • u.n. ss. oat*rj l v ,,l r 5 '.' %  •. A,,k 1 NCM on Bcptembar 13 and Miss! Jf w .' A J" r ;,boul ,w w k % %  acconip.nii'l I.. of Ih. Trill! and thai are "" 1 >y.(I M": Thay would ibandon one oh 1 %  HI return in parent space ships m iin 111K two n turn with thn %  pace ships, would be .. in thi Mara u Il.ilT. IrOIIO"!! % %  lIC >i.J. <' % %  11 ill • %  1 1. days on her way down from Nev\B York Thay ie both staying at? Ihi .1. \ Hnici. .... %  l„ I..IW on Sunday morning by ll.W 1 A. fjr San Ju.ui and Hien go on lo new Y.nk. she will I. an 1 return to Bailwdos to rajotl bat cousin who will be staying on about Iwu months Iwfoii.I.;;. 7. I sonic of the other islands. .leremv plan* tn be West Indies foi six month I the :i j, Co.. CoiT.inlssioa Merchantf turn on Octocan 1. oi Tmudad u now heic to, 0 Mr I.LI. R ; ni..y staying at the Otcan view bride, tinHotel She arrived on T p %  rnin by B.W 1 A. ao 1 the I eon Edward who will oe Oil Co IIIIN.I' -. %  ing lo school at 1-odge kin QraB expects to be in Barbados until Thursday. Back Home PETKH Q MORGAN of L a wrence Hotel, arrived L-hed to ttu nni. | D thr inland on Tbor-day night nd Partners by HWI. Airway* from Miami. Florida, where she visited her mother. Mrs. Morgan who was away for four weeks took Eastern Airlines from Florida b Rico and completed her voyage with 11 w.i.A. Her l.osband completed the purchase of the St ..awrence Hotel two hours before she al Kxp4'n>ive, But— Mpa, being %  net in the satellite orbit 1 ratettuo rocket* to 11 the sUi Djca, The Whole expetlition would last two jya, plus about eight months for the preK rutoiy supply operatx I be expensive though the expanditur VOUld I"' small i '.' !>r Inn llruun's ptiper iol read by I-lcut.-corniiioiidiT O11 ra'if. a US naval offtc.t on %  TI the L'-iifrd StatCI ro.) cf BfaHoi al ./nart, SruJ.rnu | Ut 2 "' %  •ana ai—ssw . %  Now preaenl .t uta I r riiJ Abadan. W1 THE TIME: Matty y. PriS(4I1 Al( „ v .. group of an good Cl such high-ups ance the taai %  : | >; doe Majesty's portrait nJ Ihi at n 1 Jack So this morning Embassy d Coui. % %  %  OrBee. said that the presence of the 1 %  tructions would be sent fo: and begs for .1 cm % %  • 1 ously she holds out her baby made of wood. The wii-k.xl oilmen start lashLng Ih' woman. They beat her almost to death and do so with a light laugh. The baby fa the won grasp a rolls wood-nly across the stagi Ait :: THE SCENE Is the office Kht>M.Mi.*ha|i of Eric Drak %  o-nager of the Anglothe play t" be t.ik.'n off. in Oil Company. —kVt.S. Paid Short Visit a UUAMIA Baal 1404 1 hasa! s 1 Ml III Mill ,^ > %  • 1 ii 1. -IM.INt. - ioai o -III ( II HI ,11', 1 M AN II \ I 1 \ > BOOM rOWN %  > 1 i. All IV THE f IBOi M .1 miM To DAI %  a*i kiixi SI OAI 1001 Han.l'i. ..,,,., a. z ..,, .%<< Al M I Mil i lM'lI A Member Only) a-it CHAHI.ES W KIIIIII M TO Attend Rood Congreii 'E Chief Technical SuperwAJOR ANI MKS MICHAEL I the Hillington Work. MPRVV In Glasgow, left for Trinidad dur* *' "' lag the wank bg n w 1 A alter .1 ba re Be li Isitanir >ome of the oUw %  Indl si-tid> on Ma was back t" I liaaaBM He w 1 ti ihe Wnan View Hotel EVITE of Trinidad. morning by It w I A LOVE IS BLAMED Guadeloupe Merchant M lt AND MltS JEAN BARKIS of Qul %  0 %  .. IIW.IA WlUl their thraa children Who turnad lo %  rhool .>i the Ursuline Convent, lett on Tu B.W I.A for Trinidad on a short v r it before retui %  log h 1 vtog at the Hotel Royal, Mr. Sarkls is I prominent merchant in Point-a-Pitre. ng at %  %  Hotel They brought with the* 1 Anthony whom lh' will put to school M the Lodge Mai iglng Dtrectoi ol Trmidid |ought to axpoun everytri AsphaM • in Tampa. LOVED HFS". said Suber" Btaruaj f I, as if Venezuelans Return Home \ FTEH spending tw tlolul.l> III : .it ihe Hotel Roj al i>i Mid Mrs. J. Hun ita of i %  %  i/iiela. re. by air. 1 by their two children Dr. Hun 1/ y ,1 university in C.n.u.i Lake xi. xto leavt to-dai by Tc \ n Portugal whenbe • ;: attend the Internatm-. n behalf of his mm. will he accon.; ,.. wife For Three Weeks M t^JSPTSSnjF*" Returning lo-day R ETURNING to Trinidad this aflcrnoon by B.W.I.A. afttr hem 1st and prospending two weeks' holiday slaying at the Hotel RO) Mi Cecil Malngot ol UM Bel* moat Oiphanage and Mrs. Maingot and Mi Andrew Malngot, Cuinmissioner of inconif TOX, On Holiday LorsT.M'NAl' .,.,. the ~ h'llni.iy in Barbados are Mr. .„„ children o( Caracus, Venefd "","' S „, "l, !" lh€> ". /uela Wh rived here | W o >• ehllrlmi Gli i IHI I-WIA. cKpeci 10 *" %  n "' v amvad on Sunday until about October 5 by Ihe l-ady Nelson from St. Vin** Antiuua and his Staying nl the Hotel Royal. cent and are staying at the Hotel were holidaying here for the pas -10ms Royal. twel Hg at the Hotel irltll Inleinalional Mr N.inton is .1 [tat 1 i-ln -itRi.y.il. ,u.. expected to remain for Machines In Caracas. I.jw in Kingstown. .mother three weeks. thought otherwise Thaw BM li Ing Hubert 011 10,000 d" And they accuse him "t Mdl pmg his forrnei wife, Mm Bt Fraser, at gun point, holdlni prisoner (or Snd trio exloil 3.000 rJoBai ( %  flier M irr, H. HENTO. merchant A mil AMERiLA\ COU M\; The Penny Crisis ;.K\V V< IRK r. peonk copper — BUeatan to oiiiii: the whole reiiiniaiiieiil proeji a halt• Th.-y present the difference between what UaOuaanda ol eoppai mlnei fend RM Itei %  irrt an houi in higher wages and %  > rs are willing to pay, A fortnight ago the aral nan walked oul Of UM blggOal hole dug In the nround by man — ''"• mil ewide open pit copper mine at i.iorh. ,in. Utah. Qulckl] the strike I through the Indl! 1one of the three metals—the othci* an im -on which the whole L _., %  %  ril prouramio.' II fixes Ihe upi>cr llrntl "t whit roduce Prun an stei pad .11 Hi.tttnrney-geneial. Howard MeGraUi. fllcd 11 suit for a court injunction at Denver, Colorado. The Injunction would end the : no days, it order the corapanles lo lake ttu %  nd the n During the ttu d iyi (hay nrttta ti,. aovarrantnt a umpire, will work out a settlement about Ihose 15 pennies PL00D8 AGAIN PKESiniST TRI MAN 1 ihmu troBi San Fran* La %  > lo Kanaai City lu walk UtfOUgh areas of th.city badly damaged in July's floods But he may n..t \able to walk. A new ilood is rtalng K.,t. a snd ttw sratei as* to engulf the Industrial districtonlv 1 Hi beginning to recover from U* SUeCEEITY nitirioii 111 t\K .in -s, "Thank ynu'*" %  aw Edi i< \'.i Dore of the Hartford (Connet Unit) Tune, .it'.i net llrst vUll to England. And she hrBs Mi between Brttoni and American i th it BritorM are more horn II \ PARTY, Ml BOSTON Is the Ma dry which staged the i pavtg 117731, dumped British tea into the harboui and drove the K oul during the American i ola les* t\ si of Dhfepcntti-m r \ n k going to have 1 'iintisi, rortnlg) l" il i leading 'tore. It will big display of British merchandise, crafts. 11. it... ATOM CUTIE EIETH-WFNIE in New Yo.k saw its dep .it inent store open todag, Radlac Hi sell 110 a sui uranium pi %  ,. Oetgor counlara, whtcri detect now 1 o rne In spei i il lupersnlller, the Fcnct. the Bnoopei t.'i nr nliun prospectors, the Culie-pie for laehi %  grls). DOWN OOEfl POOD WHOLESALE EtMII* PRICES • Index tell from S6.89 last weak VB W82 In the irurpeal week-toweak del line slno 19. when It w w I >• • has It bean ao low TV FAMILY MAROARET TKt'MAN il vying with her (annul rathai N vl week she will be on Irving BerUn's iwe-hour show. %  'Salute lo America". Hut she will Alnariea like her lathe, Was 0B I toB TV last night from Ban Eranclaeo. st HIM. 1. FOB CHEATS now TO i HEAT at dice "t cards i< %  required United st.deViiny course al Camp Atteroury. n.i 1.1 1; i.s from tncfcstei Bayi rchoolnui t % %  run Mulloy i>" ii :, came thai a man shouldn't play, even with his mother.*' CAT KAt KET KIND-HEARTED Mi V I ;t>. hta handed out*m >re than 2.000 one-dollar bill her home in Hon. Texas, in the hut ten month%  Mi she saw two boys stoning a cat last Hallowe'en she ve Mum dollar lollI so in legions i rmaU boj II her diK>r with cat* about to b tortured. Today the police nipp ClI racket. Eleven hoys %  SI 1 er tO their [,. rants. MM \l. MISHAMI KaaetA IIO.MEVEK. 4S\ ha,( her marriage annulled In IJM Angeles after her husband, th.iili >i been convicted of murdering Amu Homeyer. 68—his sixth wife The last Mr*. Homeyer lolri the court "I thought T had •: busband, but 1 ajueai be wv rnaklng up lo me tor all the Mi 1 low things he had done" PICKING IT UP RAILWAY l.\BOt'ltEB Duke l.dtimorr admitted a' Qoshen 1 %  • %  %  ) .' 1 t I 0011 by picking plants growing Ins 1 lUwaj Imes. The IV.I lie \ tmarajetl with being In nl the drug CROSSWORD r u 1 .• 1 r %  • .1 .-R Arni OuUldo Uie law. Must bo driven f worl. ri battle irouod. 1'i. The ooeaedlan %  uruwtr ll'a 11 spini Ktib >nd III flea\ > (Quality Aluminium Saucepans With heat proof handle 3 Sue* $ 4.7:1. SS.I'i. $0,311 Ketlles 3 &. 4 Fts. Sl.rt. | laUBCOn $2.:i5—$3.46 Lavalur\ Hiushes 77 Hand I'.n. ..us .73 Cab Ware in Urown & Black SIMS I to 8 Ctiaa Tea Pols 70c.—$1 :!li Coffee I'ots $1.01—$1.16 Milk Ju B 62c—$1.19 Bonn 59c. Coffee Mils S4.90—SIO.JS %  T. R. EVilNK A will 11 II I IIS DIAI 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 ii.Tii :n 1. eoeper, -. Takas aUask to make It. (SI >. Rut. t) Revel—the reverse aurel*. I!*I fjaaa A in'.ii anon of f .11 Mon maybe (1 b IM dnU wn*o II ._.. l, S| Perl or a window OUpKT / i*i Sotili INN itie reply. (4) Ili-eeh" tin in sJilpe Hi 1 number wllti Hoi port, (Ol Je ennumea litre, (ft) Ceremony. (•) amuiii k |wa JS. aavfc^ lonite. jft8iaw;it.' rifiuutw"' IH fffffl-Sw 1 Mr* .** afM'L .,.wt^m•> ,M, jil BE riu IMICIII Check this List of Ks.sentiul Items let Votir HOnat. \\ • Galvanised Hurkets • Galvanised Wash Tubs • Coal. Pots • flox Irons • Snd Irons • Lunltrns • Lnnmcl Pails uiih CoTfln tj >' %  0 / H wtfAmvl (Aal Telephone 2039 THE IIAIIIIAIIOS <0-OI-l It All* 1 1 1 IO\ FA4TOIIV ETII.


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, September 22, 1951
Frequency: daily
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ESTABLISHED 1395
SATURDAY.
PRICE FIVE I '
Mossadegh Dropping Oil Ultimatum r~~
Will wait until after the British elections ^3
II ST. \ II IS I Oil A ^
Expulsion Threat
To Be Withdrawn
TEHERAN, September 21.
INFORMED sources said on Friday that Premier
Mohammed Mossadegh is dropping plans to send
Britain an ultimatum on stalled oil talks until after
the British election next month.
The note demanding the re opening of negotiations,
which were broken off last month, will go to London
soon, but it will be minus the threat to expel within
15 days the last British oil technicians left in Iran.
I) reported th
twitch In tact* 1 tuiscd'
ktUi
iin> futii i i iiii inn
Ming .
The ma|
hi Wintl i Churchill I i

The Ii
I
lint to do with tho uiiL-
11
relay it to I W A roll
Harrlfnan in Washington

ogo._r.p
Tories Make
Capital Of
Labour Split
LONDON. Sept 21

major captl il oi tat vplit Inside
the Laboui Part) betsri
and Ex< '' irm Sevan
pamphlet urgu i
reduction raerri pro-
n
Ban .11 and bii | d ip
10 claim that General gbsm-
hower Mijjporu ;i cms
armament theati and used i
. .
i. tipporf the chanse tht the
V>'cl ha overestimated
rtii**in' military 511*111(111.
4 London waa
nd said thai
. cteartj umvsi
- 1 ay."
^Jri Phil]
lack "ii the Stock market boom
With I Nil I '-'in MIS*
I
. business" party Refer-
.
i!i I Iuk buid-
Ing In on fervent hopes

of the people Erj
i.\ to nu'kr
Labou
v.
Ine Torteg as the partv of big
business "Conaervatlvg
Maxwell Fyfe made
it-fare" ihnrge accusing
I making Industry" ,( bat-
tle of a Haw war."
Latest pll pulilishe.l today
1 how ed Cora dives still
lavouritaa but Labour moving up
I nee ;i month ago. Forty-nin*-
per eant of the po'led favoured
Conservative* now compared with
BtJ ptr rent in August. Thirty-
r.lne per cent favoured Labour
compared with 38 per cent In
August,
U.p.
King Geofgi!
Is To I hive. An
O/Miralum
LONDON, sept Ii.
Km,: <-
n the near fu!
d Friday
"i*ht. A medical bulk tin signiit
evei
' 'he Kings lung give*
:- own 1
be up and about In Buckingham
HcaHng thai 1
kl no! ol I requires

Of bus-
-mem hat been ang to
> irom privab- *
I


tfa> R ad King
'

hi were
^tHikci

GIvM AuMerii
:

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itu King eh Bh<
, -
I,
U 1 Pal* and wj-
ith her .011 more thai
m. Minister
" the request for the
f Parliament as a preliminary to
omlng Gem rat Kirction
V- -visited Kin
' : the third time
'


1 pa|.
Eisenhower Wauls
U.S. Presidency
By LYLE C. i>o\
a.
- Drumniund has returned Irom Pans .vti
1 hat General Elsenhower wants Republican
minatlon gnd will work la net it
rtond is one o( (he beat re;* rtei towi Hi
back from two nan as Duectur of Europe, n Information
for Economic Co-peratinn Adtfntnlstration Thli week ha
resumed his post as Chief Washington Corn
the Chritifam Science Monitor.
i> 1.
Monitor
nowsi p
.
woi.ki not b.- ah Hi
.11 plans
to trjke ft fl

Inatloi well 1 1 > Ii a
nomination oonvontten,
nd laid i
will reman hli European military
return u
:-. ITS
M.
realms f"t El
yeai
mamtiun her rianrou* and dan
.'. .

TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Bunnae: 50 a.m.
BunMt: 6.00 p.m.
Moon: Full
Lighting: li 00 p.m.
High Tide 7..W a.m. 7. 22 p.m
Low Tide :>1 am. 12 41 pm
Homing
>n Kliii
' Iflht.
Nlm pri
' wt who coiUinucd attend-
.1 g Uie King 1
raying "atl LU Mr,.'
lm||r." i-i'intd 111 un ol lh-
Kinai limn- which nave been
I him for four n
No rurtl 1
aopli
i
REVOLT AGAINS1
STATr GOVERNOR

I letulio Vargas wat
'\i< tad b ardai Federal lirti r

revolt then
nent
PederOl irimps rontrolWI
rtate ipnal ot Baa Lull I id the
dtv'i normal actlvlU
1 r
IN.A:r. Council Pledge
Heartens Italians
1:'
THE FORTUNES ol Ilaly' ani Communu Govern-
ment grew brighter with the North Atlga
B what Italian.-, regard as their "humiliating" peace
ol World War II.
'
I le Gaa-
..-,.
...
1 | Basing, the atrain oi
NAT) .i-'rs.
., full and
. ...

lory if notlol
tr I winter cam]
Ml 1
Ithly his .inotlier ge
:<>" In 1 ittli more x'1^
1st that
tod lu ruiflhrH :
con i- cited ba '> <'->-\t I's famsjs
.....toward lul If
/'rnmt Ml {tunHorn:
FOREST FIRE
DESTORYS PART
OF L.S. CITY
N acre (ore*l fire roaroaV
Dyuig the
ul Fork*, anu
gught not
until it rearhcii thv Hhorvs of the
A Navj 1 lung boats
were landing by ojf the town ol
LopiggD t*> evaedggg reew
'.irly 2.000
perionn Re.l from Forks rmterdt-y
when the rlre raced out of the
northeast and threatens! 10 erigu'f
the rntire cosggkgggg) Hut tlj
*nrk of 100 volunteers who stayed
behind a> tight the onrughmfl
rtllnej the bla/.
nl the city.
Prtaa KltMa; The Standirs
inimittec nt fmiSJl SSSllglgl nOWl
voted unanunotaVkj I 1
gotrtlnue Ruatlsn news ggancy
?** presa aajlary prlvnegsM be-
dm tree
not be upheld by abridg-
ing them."
The American Society of News-
paper editors urged earl
month that Taaa empl
l.-n.i-d from raplloi pre-- aaitorle*
hei* they are on equal footlnn
Ith l "inte.1 Slate- new Iljiurr l'rled: Cuban dancrr
\ onao was highly raided by
New York motmng pupi'rs for her
.,.',--.. ;.
1 opening jt the Metro-
politan Open m
llrrf for (he Army: An*
Undersee Arenbal
. lot
.-Ui Corse
1u.000.H00 pound-
foreign cot
1 -.nl. niitr r Court:
lonal proberi eoi
. again* l
the parade of Drltm
refuse behmd the ConstHutlon
who refuse to atiswei queshjoti
aboul Communism in Hollywood
our vWtnesi .iftrr mother refus*
ground* of :
I
TDM) WILL
EXPORT
SI LI'l/l It
in \i>x! 2 Ymut
LONTJON Si
ed from I 'ii bs
l.int.



told out 1
not dtvdlgji

.it tbr
(< h

i

ie? .it the moment and it fore

the Republirai
I b. .1h.1i he
Igoli 'lonlsm
3 To i< U.8 Foreign r- I-
1 1 pwi'ti-anship '
Drmiimnnd explained
I I iowci h 1
on nin 1
"
linn
! I .
apart I '
1 n
1 tentii Hi
bs will
D

UnHfci man) '.- 1H I
?r pollUi ind ot tin
l*i .f Mi baeheri Drummond
pief.- in no wgj rhiiilmged the
or' -at truth *hn n lome "f Uw
..i to hav
forgoften I'.r.
lirazil Svvks
Jap huntigran/^
0 n
.
.1 u
rnese immi-
then)
1
pai 1.1 envoy
Pentesdo U) .fapan ney
10 negotiate the sending ol I.O00
.l.tpaoeae immlgr.mt famlhei
[>rovl
I V
Wood Is Hurt:
Team Picked
1 if

Al 11.11 IIII HK. HW
,
lot to Argentina, Georges
1 ad I
Aim-
An Active Part: linli 1 ire
Herbert Mon
p;irllng homeward atioard thi*
(it<-^ii Man rafused
British election bul wht n
he would takr- .in ait;..

I "Lit."
ling the Ottawa coni
Morrison SSkl I am impressed
with the desire to reach agree-
menl vvd.p'.

If then
the Bovlel bloi. em dm* I
our ehi..... 1 r
11* 11 i orris
.; OROsTTOWK, Sept, 11.
1 he naibud' teg i
1 rirsi 1 which i 1

v.ieket k-<- Qei I W. nd who
huii ht re ai
sen advised I 1
*ak-- p.. Mrei Pe t
Skipnei Charlie i.ivlo, I,
echa himself 1*
.....I i. Comed Miinte can b**
-..... Sehoolb>
ItaUfe bai been tvme.i
i.-lfth man.
Th- tani now i T.1.VI..1. Wali-oii
Paimer. Proverbi
I i. Bradsha*
1 Roldi a 1 Runte
The Biltlsh Ouianas b
ollowi B McO Gosfch
. !. rhoms 0 a 1 1.....ho, B
1 ..'..11 1.
W"'hl. I .lnrd.ui. n Dyei B
tarorUi Cha* Q Olb ..
r Gibson.
(; t*m 1 bat
1 .11. ati.1 1 Ighl si 1 t
a II .....1 ihi bowlMj
attach srlth Geskln Brnum
-,. intei
h 1 Dyer, hard
tamai Beefonh
..... Berbkari
made team ot
l
but turns the b
1
Till: IIAKRAtHiM t'RICKKT T"/.M Bril
tii.< .....isasnt which I B A v
wiih'iii- H If I '" as lat 1 > 11 I '
T*yLi N^it loiiu-- cricket aui I C B r Id] 1 grepirte-
1 nt Mm Deli m she hi ...
l//> VOTED FOR FRE1SCH
C I TH.OLH SCHOOLS
PARIS Si pt. 21
THE RATH N \i. as I MBLV i nactaxj Into i
iim 1 aid lu Catholic school i B
236 tin- .Vsi-miily |M^*e CoaJrtlon Obveflimenl he/ore the
1 HOII I "it ft 1
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>m(. to

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STORA\ HEADS
FOR MEXICO

1 - k small 1
plSh 11 U ; '
P tfltl ranged in the lowei Gull 1
problemi follow Ing the pa and

W.I. Will Have5 Voice
At Supply Talks
providing foi 1 1
WHge.t when the 1
nf nvuig i"
There

trad 1 1.1. in proteal
thai Mil iit,-
deisu phs 1
.f. 1
1 1
TiSe "ADVOCATE"
p..v for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
(Prom Our Ow
(on
spoiiHenll
I iNDOfl Sept 21.
For /////- Time Enjoyment..
Packing Canes
Wan&ad For J'ra
Relief Pfaroeb
ISO 1 m k..h<- of clothing
itc. have mm ben
Part !
Relief Organisation, f"i the hur-
"
' ng god pocking of th(
UUclsa began yerterday morning
I-. t fa
.M ['..
theregore
iK-almg to
I p omlged to send
packing can quickly,
H tin* lii-l SBSBSBODl "f jiticlei
ror Jamaica is j xpected to go bv
;bi SS falMnbie on 'ktobar J
saucepans, drinking
-up*., tinned ^tuff. and the hke,
-pccially welcomed at
thll time one of the orgnniaets
'old the Advocate yesterday.
The gift of :i m-hogiinv read
inn I'mp ha1- heel
Churchwarden of Si
or Thu
til be raffled at two shilling-
Eg In the hope thai

Slight be madf
th. ichi-f cfforl
^ PHI 01 Kl :ihi 1 is .H th.t reasshsi s< thi^ gbop m
UU i""n ml ihr full blat g| the hurri-*io- M waa most 1
nt Bay.
Rev* tfayhew him
PORT-Or-APAIN, BOpt, IL
Rev. Dr Wlllinm Mayhew. 84.
f(.under and Pastor of She African
Method st Episcopal Church died
this morning. Born In Barbados,
he came to Trinidad 46 years ago.
. j enUUvgg of Um cdkmieg Lni Ludin All
rrinidad I I have ;i chance luwl
. |vw .i- tin- Confer* i n Comi mwealth Supply <>'
raw mnti-niii-. and manuiacturad goodi Thl I
. -' tatlon aaltv indem
attandini
. apeak
Ihe 'A.
1 mi ial rpieatlon of fret

At the roncluilon *-f pn

. .

rase in i
Confereno t si


l
od t-.aiclit ,.t

1

Slier ess
ADVOCATE J'CA
RELIEF FUND
another gaset Meg
'irt.iy .ind tlif Fninl
little way farther BSM
road School-' opei.ol Khl
waek. *nd the pupil- or an
oUibi one -eid an early op-
portunity to add their n'ioU
There .- yt room. beweVCf
for niort (oritrlbotteas, and it
H hoped tht thl.
OAILY KHMINDl'.R
1 the purpooe of
to bring n> tool
m-lll -i-rv
iielplng yea
donation
Today hi th- >>e-t day to
brtna; It 111. Y-terday h'
fggg.
Why not today"
1.....1- 1.

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a-..I H.nk

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mil iri
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PAOI TWO
CaJub galling
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
&ATUBDA1 ^l ITI \li:i R
1-' Man Talk,
SIR FHROL
I Mi
John Rahi. II
ing i
i-nRcts from Ti i
by i;v Art-
UgSM
Rural Dean
AT 3 mm -

- .
I
S' M1.1..PI bj fro
at fhr I'.iri. Church
Rev raendeVnie
. i .
In Aid of Poppy Fund
TICKETS
1 B

wnl ..i i at Messrs.
Cave Lid.
v.i. Monday.
The ;ii-t prtte ot the raffle
will be |1M H he-
man \ In-
cluding i pn: sod ; mckvt tat
Together Alter Four Year*
Miss FLoitENO. BAXTER
and tut ton i
..no were born and cdti-

Both :. iise Baxter
Pros t i-
n on !>" Ovei -
I
:
mv u. ..;. i' on the
Ovcrse.il Programmes lor the
i snd trans*
later.
i ch other
ti r tow yean and decided to
vacation in Barbados u>-
With Caroni Ltd.
MR an: H PUl*
RIN of Trinidad, arrived by
50 Men By
Rocket to Mars
DH
i w : a
whom they hat
drought W pu- "uo school at the "'an f<>
xpecl to be -.
until next Friday staying at the
Transport Man-
ager of Waterloo Estate. Carnni
Ltd C'arapachema.
W-IiMim von l
: man r*~

landing I

Good Buildings In W.I.
- The out < i I
feature* ot "
1
-..'- MM I
mn tun
B
mas read at *
organised by Ira
planetary Sodet
"Once the technique of estab-
Uefatng ratetltto rocktU In stable
, orbits around the t.nth l<
MR AND MRS. W McALPINE ed. these can be
JACKSON o( Yorkshire.) >lher rockets." says Di v...
who arrtved here onlBn
. by the S.S. OelRle. paid
to Trmidad and returned lii Spaceship.,
II tdaj night by B.W.I.A.
Uigj at the Ocean
View Hotel until the ship rtftUIHI
Kg way back to the
t:nited Kingdom.
An architect. Mr. Jackson is
PERSIA* PLA > ATTACKS
BRUTAL BRITISH
(from KKNM-TII MAI Al LAY ; TVh.-r.iii)
THE PERSIANS have put on a jolly little dramatic
'jmment at a theatre in Isfah..: IVhcran.
.1 is a play about the horrible British, and could be billed
this way :
tin nan ^. ... ., _ ,w rHK *,*|K: A"> aaoa*
nil. n< ini i.i (ha ,1,.. ,,
" from his mouth i. thrVatonma ,..
W.l ...... Knoa Dtay, hu ta j, ,
t ZL"tjL "d m*de An"'" " l' Perilan. even to think
mi ,,-,, ,,.. "I sal
i. I ,. tTS i ... The Penian be> lo. ,
hni ju tot the Jrn ,.,.........
ri out ol the Pertian ,.... .,,.',., , .
FREE HOSPITALS
he i
ol. IK- and his men ai
celebrating by h-.tmg a fe
l*erslans to death to teach the
lo work harder.
M
On Honeymoon
AM) MltS. DAVID LI E
paying ba llrs't" va.it to the West 1-">" 200-ton
He said thnl from what
seen, there an son I
gly good and modern
in lhee parts.
.notary night would User
-osible even using ares-
pellante.
Almut M men with iuui>Hf
would land on Mars In Ere.
keti
fell him tn the ground
giving "ii tech-
nicians from l(n-.i. a m
mpl .... Urn
Union Jack aim
noui ppsBUM tur-
111 I
urnes to be a big uniut
s general tso I
year. One of President Truman',
high offV ttng the

rear 2.000 one-nfih of
people will
RI D NEED! vn.i
THE BEM

ild be giwl


women running a-ound to cor-
rupt Persian youths. The English
laugh lo see such fun.
I-.\B"
| gVA BTOWN ran ,.,,.
r "- ~-- ^ DIAL 2310 >* < x\
& FIGHT FILM"
To DAY 4 *3 'fid S
WOMAN ON PIER 13
___________________he "B.uoIt. ,""'.m' SoVir,""
STECIAI. T.|.A\
CODE of the LAWLtSS & ARIZONA TRAIL
-in,
.:
Brought Son to School
MRS MKRVYN i.RELl-. wife
ot M-j-.t OreB, Director oi
Trinidadiani Take
Time Out
MR GEORGE Lib, LUM, Civil
Engu..
Ud ;.tt.-rwarda tour the * 5*" WaOO
wny arrived Architecta of Trinidad, arrived
u.n. ss. oat- *rjlv,,lr 5 '.'. A,,k 1
ncm on Bcptembar 13 and Miss! Jfw.' A J"r ;,boul ,w" wk
'- acconip.nii'l I..
of Ih. Trill!
and thai are
"" 1 >y.(I
M":
Thay would ibandon one oh 1
hi return in
parent space ships m iin
111K two
n turn with thn
pace ships, would be ..
in thi Mara u
Il.ilT. IrOIIO"!! ' lIC >i.J. <' 11 ill 1
........ 1.
days on her way down from Nev\B *
York Thay ie both staying at?
Ihi .1. \ Hnici.
.... l I..IW
on Sunday morning by ll.W 1 A.
fjr San Ju.ui and Hien go on lo
new Y.nk. she will I. an 1
return to Bailwdos to rajotl bat
cousin who will be staying on
about Iwu months Iwfoii.- I.;;. 7.
I sonic of the other islands.
.leremv plan* tn be
West Indies foi six month
I the
. :i j, Co.. CoiT.inlssioa Merchantf
turn on Octocan 1. oi Tmudad u now heic to, 0
Mr I.li. R ; ni..y staying at the Otcan view
bride, tin- Hotel She arrived on T
p - rnin by B.W 1 A. ao 1
the I eon Edward who will oe
Oil Co iiiIn.i' -. ing lo school at 1-odge
kin QraB expects to be in
Barbados until Thursday.
Back Home
PETKH Q MORGAN of
. Lawrence Hotel, arrived
L-hed to ttu nni. |D thr inland on Tbor-day night
nd Partners by HWI. Airway* from Miami.
Florida, where she visited her
mother. Mrs. Morgan who was
away for four weeks took Eastern
Airlines from Florida b
Rico and completed her voyage
with 11 w.i.A.
Her l.osband completed the
purchase of the St ..awrence Hotel
two hours before she al
Kxp4'n>ive, But
Mpa, being
net in the satellite orbit 1
ratettuo rocket* to
11 the sUi Djca,
The Whole expetlition would
last two jya, plus
about eight months for the pre-
Krutoiy supply operatx
I be expen-
sive though the expanditur
VOUld I"' small i
'.'
. !>r Inn llruun's ptiper iol
read by I-lcut.-corniiioiidiT .
O11 ra'if. a US naval offtc.t on
TI
the L'-iifrd StatCI ro.) cf BfaHoi al
./nart, Sru- J.rnu |
Ut 2 "'
ana aissw . Now preaenl .t uta I
r riiJ Abadan. W1
THE TIME: Matty y. PriS(4I1 Al(v
.. group of an
good Cl
such high-ups
ance the taai :|>; doe
Majesty's portrait nJ Ihi at n
1 Jack
" So this morning Embassy
d Coui.
OrBee.
said that the presence of the
. 1
tructions would be sent fo:
and begs for .1 cm 1
ously she holds out her baby
made of wood.
The wii-k.xl oilmen start lash-
Lng Ih' woman. They beat her
almost to death and do so with a
light laugh. The baby fa
the won grasp a
rolls wood-nly across the stagi
Ait ::
THE SCENE Is the office
Kht>M.Mi.*ha|i of Eric Drak
o-nager of the Anglo- the play t" be t.ik.'n off.
" in Oil Company. kVt.S.
Paid Short Visit
a uuAmiA Baal 1404
1 hasa! s 1 Ml III Mill ,^
> 1 ii 1. -IM.INt. - ioai o -III ( II HI
,11', 1 M AN II \ I 1 \ > BOOM rOWN
> 1
i. All IV
THE f IBOi m .1 miM
To DAI

a*i kiixi

SI OAI 1001
.
Han.l'i. ..,,,.,
a. z
..,,
.%<< Al M I Mil i lM'lI A Member Only)
a-it chahi.es w kiiiiii m To Attend Rood Congreii
'E Chief Technical Super- wAJOR ANI, MKS MICHAEL I
the Hillington Work. MprVv
In Glasgow, left for Trinidad dur- *' "'
lag the wank bg n w 1 a alter
.1 ba re Be li
Isitanir >ome of the oUw
Indl.....si-tid> on Ma was
back t" I liaaaBM He w 1
ti ihe Wnan View Hotel
EVITE of Trinidad.
. morning by It w I A
LOVE IS
BLAMED
Guadeloupe Merchant
Mlt AND MltS JEAN BARKIS
of Qul 0
.. IIW.IA WlUl
their thraa children Who
turnad lo rhool .>i the Ursuline
Convent, lett on Tu
B.W I.A for Trinidad on a short
v r it before retui log h
1 vtog at the Hotel Royal,
Mr. Sarkls is I prominent
merchant in Point-a-Pitre.
ng at '
Hotel They brought with the*
1 Anthony whom lh'
will put to school M the Lodge
Mai iglng Dtrectoi ol Trmidid |ought to axpoun everytri
AsphaM in Tampa.
LOVED HFS". said Suber"
Btaruaj f I, as if
Venezuelans Return Home
\FTEH spending tw
tlolul.l> III :
.it ihe
Hotel Roj al i>i Mid Mrs. J.
Hun ita of i i/iiela. re-
. by air.
1 by their
two children
Dr. Hun 1/ y
' ,1 university in C.n.u.i
Lake
, xi. x- to leavt to-dai by Tc \
n Portugal when- be ;:
attend the Internatm-.
n behalf of his mm-
. will he accon.;
,.. wife
For Three Weeks
M
t^JSPTSSnjF*"
Returning lo-day
RETURNING to Trinidad this
aflcrnoon by B.W.I.A. afttr
hem 1st and pro- spending two weeks' holiday
slaying at the Hotel RO)
Mi Cecil Malngot ol um Bel*
moat Oiphanage and Mrs. Main-
got and Mi Andrew Malngot,
Cuinmissioner of inconif TOX,
On Holiday
LorsT.M'NAl' .,.,. the ~ h'llni.iy in Barbados are Mr.
. children o( Caracus, Vene- fd "","' S, "l, lh>".
/uela Wh.....rived here |Wo > ehllrlmi Gli i Ihi
i-wia. cKpeci 10 *" n"'v amvad on Sunday
until about October 5 by Ihe l-ady Nelson from St. Vin- ** Antiuua and his
Staying nl the Hotel Royal. cent and are staying at the Hotel were holidaying here for the pas
-10ms Royal. twel Hg at the Hotel
irltll Inleinalional Mr N.inton is .1 [tat 1 i-ln -it- Ri.y.il. ,u.. expected to remain for
Machines In Caracas. I.jw in Kingstown. .mother three weeks.
thought otherwise Thaw BM li
Ing Hubert 011 10,000 d"
And they accuse him "t Mdl
pmg his forrnei wife, Mm Bt
Fraser, at gun point, holdlni
prisoner (or Snd tr-
io exloil 3.000 rJoBai
(flier
Mir- r, H. HENTO. merchant
a mil
AMERiLA\ COU M\;
The Penny Crisis
;.k\v V< IRK
r. peonk
copper BUeatan to oiiiii: the
whole reiiiniaiiieiil proeji
a halt-
Th.-y present the difference be-
tween what UaOuaanda ol eoppai
mlnei fend rm Itei irrt an houi
in higher wages and
> rs are willing to pay,
A fortnight ago the aral nan
walked oul Of Um blggOal hole dug
In the nround by man ''" mile-
wide open pit copper mine at
i.iorh.,in. Utah. Qulckl] the strike
I through the Indl!
1- one of the three
metalsthe othci* an
im -on which the whole
l _., ril prouramio.' II
fixes Ihe upi>cr llrntl "t whit
. roduce
Prun an stei pad
.11 Hi- .tttnrney-geneial. Howard
MeGraUi. fllcd 11 suit for a court
injunction at Denver, Colorado.
The Injunction would end the
: no days, it order the
corapanles lo lake ttu
nd the n
During the ttu d iyi (hay nrttta
ti,. aovarrantnt a umpire, will
work out a settlement about Ihose
15 pennies
PL00D8 AGAIN
PKESiniST TRI MAN 1 ihmu
troBi San Fran* La > lo Kanaai
City lu walk UtfOUgh areas of
th.- city badly damaged in July's
floods
But he may n..t \- able to walk.
A new ilood is rtalng
K.,t. a snd ttw sratei as*
to engulf the Industrial district-
onlv 1 Hi beginning to recover
from U*
SUeCEEITY
nitirioii 111 t\K .in -s- ,
"Thank ynu'*" 'aw Edi i< \'.i .
Dore of the Hartford (Connet
Unit) Tune, .it'.i net llrst vUll
to England. And she hrBs Mi
between Brttoni and American i
th it BritorM are more horn -
II \ PARTY, Ml
BOSTON Is the Ma
dry which staged the i
pavtg 117731, dumped British tea
into the harboui and drove the
k oul during the
American i ola les* t\ si of Dhfe-
pcntti-m r \ n k going to
have 1 'iintisi, rortnlg) l" il i
leading 'tore. It will '
big display of British merchandise,
crafts. 11. it...
ATOM CUTIE
eieth-wfnie in New Yo.k
saw its dep .it
inent store open todag, Radlac
Hi sell 110 a sui
uranium pi
. ,.
Oetgor counlara, whtcri detect
now 1 orne In spei i il
lupersnlller, the
Fcnct. the Bnoopei t.'i nr nliun
prospectors, the Culie-pie for
laehi
grls).
DOWN OOEfl POOD
WHOLESALE EtMII* PRICES

Index tell from S6.89 last weak VB
W82 In the irurpeal week-to-
weak del line slno
19. when It ww I >
has It bean ao low
TV FAMILY
MAROARET TKt'MAN il vying
with her (annul rathai
N vl week she will be on
Irving BerUn's iwe-hour show.
'Salute lo America". Hut she will
Alnariea
like her lathe, Was 0B I
to-.....B TV last night from Ban
Eranclaeo.
st him.1. FOB CHEATS
now TO i HEAT at dice "t
cards i< required United st.de-
Viiny course al Camp Atteroury.
n.i 1.1
1; i.s from tncfcstei Bayi
rchoolnui t run Mulloy i>" ii
:, came thai a man shouldn't play,
even with his mother.*'
CAT KAt KET
KIND-HEARTED Mi V
I ;t>. hta handed out*m >re
than 2.000 one-dollar bill
her home in Hon.
Texas, in the hut ten month-
Mi she saw two boys
stoning a cat last Hallowe'en she
ve Mum dollar loll- I
so in legions i rmaU boj
II her diK>r with cat* about to b
tortured.
Today the police nipp
ClI racket. Eleven hoys SI
1 er tO their
[,. rants.
MM \l. MISHAMI
KaaetA IIO.MEVEK. 4S\ ha,( her
marriage annulled In Ijm Angeles
after her husband, th.iili >i
been convicted of murdering Amu
Homeyer. 68his sixth wife
The last Mr*. Homeyer lolri the
court "I thought T had :
busband, but 1 ajueai be wv
rnaklng up lo me tor all the Mi 1 low
things he had done"
PICKING IT UP
RAILWAY l.\BOt'ltEB Duke
l.dtimorr admitted a' Qoshen
1 ) .' 1
t I 0011 by picking plants growing
Ins 1 lUwaj Imes. The
iv.i lie \ .
tmarajetl with being In ,
nl the drug
CROSSWORD
r
u 1
.-


1
r
.1 .--
R
Arni
. OuUldo Uie law.
. Must bo driven f worl.
ri battle irouod.
1'i. The ooeaedlan uruwtr
, ll'a 11 spini
, Ktib >nd III
flea\ > (Quality Aluminium Saucepans
With heat proof handle
3 Sue* ............$4.7:1. SS.I'i. $0,311
Ketlles 3 &. 4 Fts. Sl.rt. |
laUBCOn $2.:i5$3.46
Lavalur\ Hiushes .........77
Hand I'.n. ..us...... .73
Cab Ware in Urown & Black
Sims I to 8 Ctiaa
Tea Pols 70c.$1 :!li
Coffee I'ots ............ $1.01$1.16
Milk JuB ............... 62c$1.19
Bonn .................... 59c.
Coffee Mils S4.90SIO.JS
T. R. EVilNK A will 11 II I IIS
DIAI 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4220
. ii.Tii :n 1. eoeper, -.
. Takas aUask to make It. (SI
>. Rut. t)
. Revelthe reverse aurel*. i!*i
fjaaa
. a in'.ii anon
of f .11 Mon maybe (1
" b IM dnU wn*o II
._.. l, S|
. Perl or a window OUpKT / i*i
. Sotili Inn itie reply. (4)
. Ili-eeh" tin in sJilpe Hi
1 number wllti Hoi port, (Ol
Je ennume- a litre, (ft)
. Ceremony. ()
amuiii
k |w- a jS. aavfc^
lonite. jft8iaw;it.' rifiuutw"' ih
fffffl-Sw1
Mr* .**
afM'L
.,.wt^m>,M,
jil BE riu IMICIII
Check this List of Ks.sentiul Items let Votir HOnat.
\\ Galvanised Hurkets Galvanised Wash Tubs Coal. Pots flox Irons Snd Irons Lunltrns Lnnmcl Pails uiih CoTfln
tj >' 0 / H wtfAmvl (Aal
Telephone 2039
THE IIAIIIIAIIOS <0-OI-l It All* 1 1 1 IO\ FA4TOIIV ETII.


VXTl'RDW. SITTI Mlll'lt 2_\ IKI
BARBADOS ADVOCATI
PAGE l Hi: if.
J'ca Hurricane Relief Fund Going Well
Several iNew
Plans Underway
LONDON
PlumWng progress from original schemes and the news tha*
.ieas are underway lu help the Jamaica Hurri-
cane Relief Fund were reported from various parts of Britain
this week.
One of the new plans came from Lord Justice Denning.
President of the National Association of Parish Councils.
Who If Baking t'vnv parish in England and Wales to make a
'..iv contribution ol v. 1 or more If it cai
tin- Fund. Thi- mooey will be used tn help devastated vil-
lages.
I Lh*auicaj producers'-
". h. M Tamem 1,M., hand
taking* ;it th<- acond night at
Usea," when it i
In London in inlri-Nnvembcr. The
Noel i
whoso house in J
tied.
Other reports came this wck
uf puhm for long
The pbaa an under
:;< Qovonuntm, and
it is certain that much mon
will b given by thr ('.ovcrnmen*
Food supplies will be sent ,r fret!
as money. The Cabinet rejtir |
250,000 it sent as fir-*
t'linniliun I > ilu in a
Workers Ask
For Cur Bun
To Be Li/led
OTTAWA.
Shipment* of British-made
In June The) totalled 2.096,
compared with 9328 In June
last yoar. Canadian maeia
- were 36.229. compared
with 41.383
redlt in-
.. to he M.-irritd
I
' July have not vet
bren released, but unofficial re-
ports in Ottawa Indicate further
U d groups
of workers un> pressing id-- Cana-
dian Government strongly to relax
.ess of the appeals sent out. Other *,."IS?" .* ^ Gvcrnm|,n'
papers pel lev e that Biimiii could ni.. WTUlg - longer
do more, and are .-ailing for more 0l.ll(Kl had fa^,, ,,,,
old through the medium of tha \i In car tactotiei
leading articles. A typical leader in Canada have been made Idle b>
Oak in the London r.-duted production that has fol-
Freninx News, a lendlni! evening lowed thr exit in sales
par. it said
"It may be recalled thai on the
day utter the hun.>
Krenlnc New urged the immediate
establishment of such l fund, we
new to salute it. We
have today rvn
from one of our readers, which w
W.I. Will rUre Voice At Talks
0 Fiom IMct- 1
forth* enlng 'oi this pou
minion a* Canada
'* particu-
lar anaVtv during :h.

BdkM
.me* ha)
irui.iriy viajaraM In h.
t British pott)
the plifhi
r h tnanuActuren toda>.
The U ted K-ngnnm. he dcrlarr-.l
me nt
I
i.
I
Bl urn h.t.l


Ihe
, lve

Mrttf In Hritaiti
The contributions made in
Britain bu ,t|i parti
At the moment

Britain alone, and .,t 1.
haft been sent directly bo
from private British sources. Waal
Indian official' In London are sur-
prised and delighted at the
WHEN Prince** Elizabeth and
Prince Philip visit the town "f
Brantford. near Hamilton, Ontario
( i vedi ivory-
finished ti le h -
Brantford. which is ted
with the development of tele-
ire aendinx on to the organisers phone,*, was allotted an
or Ihe fund. With the cheque .,11 ;,ft,.r
a letter which makes some pour, hot 15 minutes was too
In our view, valuablebbaarva- -hort
tions.
_ A DRL'NKOMI-
Appji.ed mrni which falU how nrunk :
A U1 tX'Jap P.O.W." tnc person is, and which is claimed to
writer. 'I have sat bv quietly lie foolproofhas been demon-
appalled at what we ai (rated at the Canadian Nation;*!
-.jr late nerniea to ;<' awaj with Bxhibitlon
and yet somehow we are Irtting Th Inrtrument shows
down the Jamaicans. What a
ehance lo den onstrata In pre* I H
taahlon that b< avei i
are we can s'lll Stump Up ;i ?>'>>
.r.
"Our correspondent
forcefully what is .
and genuine emptiun among many
decent !>.pi..... Hi.uin r
'The ciermans and UM
ore now jostling up to U
the queue ror preferential treat-
ment. II thai they
null rank ton
done active helpfar,
far behind our true and tried
- nd helpers.
"And the Jarnalcana, our fellow
people arl tadly in Ih
common
high.
"It 1- dm. tl
became swarf
this kind"
Two import nnt West Indian
i in Bid Of 'he Fund
took place in London. Bdrk* Indian at:.; ted such star
Connor Uh W< I I ' ;ners as John I'.rle't
held....... tt |i the H "l Bill Nankeviiie who appeared
cultural Hall. And ArlNir Winr. with them at an athletics meetin*
UcDonald Belief ""l|1-1"1.
Soviet Satellites In
Economic Distress
By R.JON ES
\TENNA. Sept II
ti .."I!,,'- hgrvd deienoraterf t<> Iht polnl
'ii- Corrununial reiinn>s hgve bemn torecd i" i.tkc
irdlnary measures to prevent completi coltapM, m
conttng t> a study of reliable information and cillcM
annnuneements reaching here.
et up a-
'Super \ . an
llKille.il In
Train (Jrash

.n ill-*-.-'
.r:.l 1th oV
i hOV much nn" '
couM inve bean aohfcsved In pro-
ducinf the raw Rttt) I
1 i rutili
ond '" aple, bad
i-(s born avail I
' t Otr.
iehrner>,
eleel .
I

|ht t'K
i ran pol n regards
,-crvation. Then
no iu*tii'.'
tdlaa and Ameri-
can firms to bring mai lllnBTJ '
..,. id,- M Alien UM
i K i inni I -upply them
;
I
lo .i stansaftlD. 1 mo-
eases where American and Cana-
:ors sought permission !
hring machinery t.. th. 9
...

bar lo use their own
,i. purchase* in ,
st its
Dealing with the i
M i Indies, Mi
Gomes said ihe suppt} sttuatton
as it had siliUgM during tha'
f,.rehod-
thc Islands un
oped .!- inej aiece), ;".i with Un
rd "f hetng in I
, i Mon M "'hi
Common wealth cstintrvi
Sl Inghei
i nld eom-
plaln so forcibly about I
d ,,f hvni,
a* the resuM of the U k ncgri
Uu n there .i* little nee'
for the It W 1 be aai|
the
ring II S ' I efforf
were beii
I: howwi

pltal electrical eqtrip

fctinnmu- dutntor with power t<.'
Ii full aulhonty the
thortconiiTM- Mi- tries and
prosecute real offenders
Polish n are com-
Of meat. Ash. hutier.
f.iT-. and Chroc .inn tlifir- >. :m
-..', i., find 'criminals"
responalble for feedint P
. Ing an old capl-
I
itfTu ing
RUGlsl BeM. 21.
legal elKht per-
Mlled and **
1 i\n i-'i train
imped the rails near Rughy
1 iikc*man
if the vi.'i- ti on the col-
niir of i chemical solution
II s
Wail ForTIn-Pound
NSW YOHK. Sept. 20.
Wilfred IteVi Atrsarsaan aeoa-
1 omiit ami exccuflve editor of the
Commercial and financial
i : x. York, advised
Ani-i ii an investors on Tl
. i
before investing in
.
Speaking OH the investment
in Israel before the
international Trade section of the
Board of Trade, Maj
enumerated the advantages and
:
<-! fir said the
;tdvantage* included thi
Qovei lunent,
t.p.
;i- v.mi aii is coaches end thr* i-tu-in*
lies oi in- in the train wen derailed. The
w.mted coii>-uniers goods. irg rolled down
embankment while i.ther- n* -
"power ausl ; ^ht He ^aid the driver
- shortage of coal, and of the ti.un v/BI arming 'he
Comnuini-,1 otlh-ials have issued )niui-ed
more workers in AmbuaUMeg were rushed to the
, scene of the sccldenl four and
li failures in Ihe salel- ,., -,,-, ii, .|M, -.,
: i, Poland BSS*7,.,r^;,ll1 .V", ffi" -, a, 7
wire a Kreat meat exu-.rt has ho The.train left Uverpoot at 7 M
meat Hungary assd Homarda trtt ."1 '"' i<-ia>- for i-^dor.
'bread b;,-,.r |, cutunes a.e n'- "','- g.....* b"ut 10 W
short of potntot; ami ration bread. n " ' r ''"1'1 r",1' "peelai
Hlghb industnalired t'ltechoslo- epical lot mmphine rot
'
Itlumbing and has no! enough coal (-ooumiiilcallon.s with uanSWI
lo run G broke down at one pOt> I
in :,n the laMStea Food an<\ teh knocked
clothing are rationed much more down m the wreck,
trictlj than In tl Pohci ild '"" of thi
which still control the on lbs '' dowm an
iiMimer goods. And in ernhl III
all ol them it crlma t'>r a tl the u i .iprsjrtit i
leave bli i"p track
BgaplM to TnP ijure.i Wgffe rushed
hirn, Mm Northampton and other nearhv
In Czechoslovakia the serious- h,,
ness of the food situation was A Northampton hoepMal
man ieM, "M
being deell with." t'.r.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
i by death
given three men charged with
forging ration coupons Canon
housing is now built in two stage*
Luxuries such as plumbing gfkd
Will Ik- added to dwell-

l date In 'he future
Coal production has (alien off to
80 percent of the planned figure
while official figures show nlmm
has failed
to achieve quotas set under the
I plan.
1 *MIM
""f II. 1**1
r OH-qiiM on
Sl
Drmand Oralim l
Si#lit OrafU '
Caaif
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S.iuirtl.tN. September 22. IftSI
IKIIM4 \l MII4MII.
THE public d nti > I wound
Oig ; School In
Momentum
but there) ii a dangtr that .he diversity of
, HCl Of killing the
The MM common fact which arises from
the discussion is thai Bu badus does need a
en] icnool [i hi i ttmd
that luch .1 lehool be established independ-
ently al an aatlmalad expenditure of
24.000. The benefit of this aUggOCtlOD is
the technical school would draw off
the numbers c^ pupils who DOW attend the
secondary .schools in the hope Of MCUTlng a
cate which would lit than for ;> Job
Uperior (socially) to that "I an artisan.
The result of this mistaken attitude is that
children whose ahWtioi ahovld lontf ago
have been set to some profitable employ-
ment are still struggling to grapple with
conju Bchnalooj and irregular
Liggestion ls that tha teohnl
CaJ id ol ihould be attached to Comber-
School where there is enough space
f..i the erection Of a Wing to serve as the
claatroonu fOI those pupils Who have turn-
ed from the academic to 'I t Mel oil il side.
This too. has its merits Combermt-n
would aaan to be a rich field for the sup-
ply ot that material which would feed a
leal ichool. Pupils who had reached
the Third or Fourth Form would have done
enough mathematics to enable them to un-
ify the technical terms of their
trades
It would alao have the further advantage
of relieving the very harmful pressure from
which that school now suffers and enable
the siafT to concentrate on the proper
handling of a curriculum designed to
bridge the gap between the Elementary
School and Harrison College It would
also help to remove the baneful effects of
the Impression that Combermere is now the
"poor relation" of the College.
The third suggestion La that any technical
school which is to be established In this
island should be attached to the Evening
Institute which is already functioning as
such m a minor capacity. It is argued that
i peni Uture on the new technical school
would so Improve the Evening Institute
that there would be no nt'i-d lor a further
sum to *h- spnii on a technical school. It
has not however been claimed whether the
Institute will be able to cater to the num-
ber of pupils and to the same extent as a
newi : technical school.
A is not without its merit.
While Cornbennere School would be in
Ion to supply the material for technical
training, lh* Evening Institute has the
equipment for training and the nucleus of
a staff qualified to undertake the training of
the pupils, ii has already afforded train-
ing to people who would not have other-
wise had the opportunity and who by reas-
on of their age would not be admitted to
ihe technical section of COBobl TimM while
it has no barrier to the youthful students.
These Mtuld use the apparatus in the d IV
leavin the eveninj aaaaioii roc those occu-
pied during the day at their trades
With these three PUggestions before the
public mind 11 is possible thai then respec-
tive merits mlghl maintain so strong a
diversity of opinion that the Technical
School might suffer the fate of Queen's
College. When it was realised that Queens
College had outgrown its home and should
.veil new qua-ters. it was SUggOSted
that it should be can led to U'eyniouth next
the new Combermere, Another asked that
it be cm led in Erdiston now used as a
Teachers' Training College. The Third
was thai a portion ot the Government
property at the Garrison, either the Mar-
ried Wonn ii s Quarter! or Block "A" where
there would be adequate grounds for play-
and Headmistress* quarters
To-dav Queen's College is still m Consti-
tution.
It might be feasible tor the people to say
what they want done but it is the province
of the Government to say how it is to be
done But in this caae something needs to
done i*t once.
and ihe Yugoslav
wttta
their <

At tii *
;
idliuj
In place of national leaders, on daw acquaint'
'
imn nf cynical bureaucrat! pruoccupkd Brut and

gulead behind . recede ei worn-out h
An,I l.-onung abOW
t..: luiparannal i t, centrali
oration, raiaeaiatvi
i and owing
to nothing but Ihe COmPUlUOni
aowaag down In tvei
waves from tht* N

that th Yugoslavs
reacting ri a* of
lr national lite. What will come Second, they an
With iny palnin- wi:t 0
UOM Of ">e ";w a"val
be m Ita Import-
i If war came, Yugoslavia would contract
into a porcupine that would make the
invader bleed at a thousand points?
TITO IS
NOBODY'S
.ALLY
Aneurin BEVAN mp
ron.ludi'- hi- rapOft on Yui:o*la\ in by
axamlalai tat question : "Would he Hunt
if Iht- fold war blew up into :i hot one '.' "
NOBODY'S
DIARY
SUNDAYI rawed a hornetV nest nut a
; m clad to saywhen 1 made

church. AjaOfuj the vary Interest
that came to light was an authentic case
of collection having been taken up at a
funeral. Now this is carrying a good thing
Uh> far. in my opinion. How can you ex-
pgacl people e/hON heads are "bowed with
to think about bringing along col*
lactton with them. And of course, every*
bod) like some of my friends, does not like
to [Mil a "now" in thi
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Dea nl
r of the day in Yu!'*lavia.
III. ,kir. lip 1,111. 'IN i.
nave reei allr L**"ii
PSISOO Whirl)
front Use Federal Oovern-
and entrust! II to
ion.
The bull
. Ol th*
Cariti i Qovernmenl an babai
handed aver to the agricultural
nd to Ihe local ln-
Theaa are betas etven
ights ot ttssopandent sale and
pun ha a
in- under raj amli i a
Ihcm to retain cons israbfa i I
: their earnings '<>' local
i......Iturc, thus adding munlel-
oai to HiHivniii.ii incentive*
caaaUet with ti-
baaasMeu*.
Some of UM V
btutvc thU wiii n the
China anil thr Smut I -
thai "ii- would already have
oltel) i'
i i.n.i had
ne. for arhUC tha
Yugoslavs support UNO in Korea
depn aft M > Arthurhan.
. pointed "ut thfit manj
ill in UN
tytad I'MTnmunuitu who
h.id i>c-ri trained la Ha i
would Iherefore nalurnlly l->k to
rtiuuKlalM " *n'.d,nreH,
answers ready.
potauid out thai Tito wai
t thai had not
prwanted tun taUns hh own Una.
Tlien they aafeed 'h.it
, n rticitii-
ln| to tha term Conui
n.iiiu' nwKht st.iv. hut the practice
mild chanst nrorn naUon to na-
compulslons of
llh In icldition x hei agl
ure she has coal, ir
(hard and SMI
.
ing pou* i
.
. .
IKA sfU
it unuiii ba ' profound bin
i arf to undoi-<.
iranti
'I'hi-v i.ii.nniv have maanins uon undar in*
.., wa too have nul to kwal oun an I
-forti oul haalthj retottoaahip The* pointed out thai the word
between the st ita and the work Liberal hnd by no means the same
iv mi oui nUonauaad undanak- niaanlngararywhere and at dltier-
Ines. Tin- probiami <>f .< raodern ant I
bureaucracj ara very much al
olo

.
D>
inestions spring n
'<> iik minds of people
Western world ll
V r-o.Iavia likely I
An "i luatiOed In sendli
^ondu and arm*'' In the evenl >r
war ".'ill she flght and if sh.*
,].-. will -he give a good i

he Urst
Yugoslavia docs not look
ntraell
Indepenrienre of "tlovcow
Hut there is wider implii.ttioii
uh.it is BOW lakins place in
Yugoslavirf.
It puts l (im-stion mark against
not niiv xuanalavla, t>ut also
ma. It raises UM bopo-
ful possibility lhat whal is now
taking place in many part* of the
rorld need not n.aniy mean lx>r ()f ,hr Unile(, Nul
n aut km Of use
Smvm-i power.
\M other natlona struggle for-
rd to Uwlopendenl Ufa UMrj
ui- into collision with the pre-
UriOOl of the Soviet authtirily.
Tin- Yugoslavs are clear about
that
The* peiQl oul thai iheir ".
,m- hi many ways typi>
Tiodern indwslrial nation able 1<
I Ufa fo i
her iiwn pt>ui>l<> atkd contribute \"\
the well-lx
.

these potentialities .
critical in. Imt par: |
of tha. woi id.
will allow ot the daveloptnenl ol
urabli time only the Cuturc eai
tell. But there can be no iltAJht
from the standpoint of
peace thin it is in the Interests ol
m she should ace
If Yugoslavia is Invaded i
and would ah* I
light if th.. .-ii war blew up into]
CM
r thai i think itMra can be I
'.....M Her Whole history gv< I
Ihe answ.-r.
Ili.viri-j regard to the etTOnfl
rutUessslfit uij. "i her tempera-
WOUUl lie unlikely In
want to flghl in an offei,
beyoitd her own fnmlHTs except
n UNO I (Iva thisf
as my own opinion.
exposed to easy inva-
plalns towards
MONDAYTo-day I was told that ail was1
not as quiet on the political front as I had.
Imagined last week There was a meeting |
in one "i lb* ['u bshes going north, and not
..rilv wj.s the prayei bok 1 mentioned re-,
fetTed to, but the hymns as well.
"All things bright and beautiful" was not
a suitable hymn because a little further
dwn it says something about "castle" and
its and "ordered their estate."
"Not Hue", roared one speaker, "you order
your own estate, and this does not mean'
Hi either The choice is all yours.''
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TUESDAYI saw the visiting Conservative
MR Mi Ahni Lennox-Boyd to-dny i like
his height He BBemed to lower above all
pie standing around when he visited
the Public Buildings. He was the second I
member of his party to visit Barbados dur-
Ulg the past fortnight and now that a gen*.
en] election in England has been fixed for
the next five weeks, it is clear that these
Tory boys have been loading their guns
'with first hand information. We should
reap some benefit from these visits, no I
matter who wins the election.
**,;': SSmv >
blood] much-occupied
witness. But
(uiihiT Wi II the e"i;-
rsph* tails diffaranl story. In
th.it tuml>l,. 'it mountain
liys the Yugo-
thai slavi could ktek Bsan* cncm>
upon divisions In l"ng wastinjt eon-
nem- fli,.*, ^ iht- Partssana showed In
Lha at an i
.jpta all the obllsaUoni that Her HUuu-j potanUal therelorc
Mow from that. LUTHlell i>"' '.' WUCh m a fluid
Tito will mil take order> I could be mobi-
Bhe doat sol wtea to bw "' "i"1 s"" n masse asainst
I Bis Power polUMs. In any namy, but rMnar ta pnrruuni
,ill my |||ai lllOTsl with Tito he
on that point
, Nor Ii Om dtfltouH t-i undsT-
I h iviug moved oul ol tha
-ant to
fri-ndl
th.. world
ii. i Bar i
it
In a part
IBtit be dc-
'. he does not
move Into any other.
it would undorwufla him with
in- cm n paopla If II could ba re-
i . dial he wai 11
"kepi satrap" of th.- Wi
In th il case, what of ItM help
. tiding hirnr A stance: ai
lbs map will provide an obvious
it is to uh ma
\ i that Oro
hat happana when predom-
nanlly asriirlui country looks to
Russia for tha machlneoi of mod-
indiistry and finds she cannot
et It. Low-standard countrio*
n turn
and Rusi ' is no) i hlgh*
tandard country.
The parallel of Kel China
The Yugoslavs believe there re
uurnbiT of reasons why the So- bordered by a frt
lot Union u not the natural lead- that Ihe Yuts I I
r of the awakaVdni Orhnl al i-it ahould not fall Into hostii"
Fnt the SovH-t leaden an
adjust thetr ifcitihisig raghDa bi Yugoalavla Ii essential,
nut thervfot.' theil poUdai to lha ThLl 10 its turn, means eeononm-
ew situation' which an* ansunf. help to enable lha eountrj to de-
Thea are caught hi in htoologtcal veup Ita awn reaoureai without
etamp of ttn-it own rnakhuj In i inauppori hi. hardship he lha
curlow and Ironical fashion thej peeste m the meanUme
are a faoaan naUon In .i world In Yu
ferment oupti~) haa ronakhn iblc
At Ihe aam time Yugoslavia
ild BOPtrad Into a por-
.vhich if tha invader
atti'innlivl lo seize would make
bin blaad at a thousitiui pottna
Sliiuiiliiling and provocative
Bui with tin- BDCbd, econ-
: potttloa] ilgnU
has been abr.ut lhat I
mod In those art
I in to Yogoslavi.
I fan 'hut something had hap-
I would | on bappanini
iliero thai might amich our expe-
op
of prugraai fr world whicr
musl go on rndleasly expcrimenl-
sppolnted. Yugo-
l] itini and prnvo-
i'ir11 of dap rtura
i << ipYRlOHT
RVED
I.I S
THIS l.llll u i:\rTO IMMIS l.\ \K\V YORK
eorrupted.
(;kir(;i: m\i. Qlorfa has been
aged n.
Ill in khi:i.i> H.
O'lUra. rrr-M-l
pat-*s.
It ha* taken Hi
By
I N I..1
Ml
|.aihic (ample
hghtl> psycho*
. i ovldedi
Ho* that h ipplei
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rUnerican | breaks with his see
recorded except the (
the Li|hl Brisad* (cWlquw
to In a muoi itian fron-
Tennyaoa i.
Spring tBlUM his title from ai
. hall BOng, "1
the Crystal Palao U
._._! )usi ifl years lo cross the -ft i waml f- Ihe houeai In between.'
Atlantic Ocom. the recf.i.l slow- , ,H.(,H,. |1(- ,ni |hU YOU BUI novel If I
motion west-tu-eat literary cross- .aih acI Gloria tumbles ofl hi I '"''''' i
inc of our time Ko doubt It v mihm WRuni.. B>""y'i
thpughl thai BriUafa sen bUlt) drowned. afaaaaag. lleinrnunn. ies. ...i
needed a lOUghenUUJ procaai be- h, 23! pag<-s.
fore It could withitarsd thaIrnpact raafrnblane lifedrami ?-'v'" ^""""^
of o'Hara's prose, peopla and 0f a gjr] umed Starr Faithful v/ho
-lory Specially story. wm. -m oorrupted (aged lit ''
Having proved by a Mou- i-- t,v tl ,.,, tv i,. settled C 4.000 OH '''
latance to reeenl assaults by ,. r)l. ,,,,. ,,...,< tj
member* ot the lileio. .-.rorig- [,,,,.) ,, baeeh m Long bland
rm squad thai on nervei an a June, 1SS1
now up to requirements. O'Hara's Murder or i
Idyll ' unlaashad on ui The h.tVt. u>en elthai
i i \\ -aoiUi waiting

pick
ui |> t rnd
Aetowi io imit.i-
M of others.
Her Miss Bohun. whn lives In
Janabueaa waihtng oordV
Could xh'' *'>' of lodgment, appeen
to be a monster of sU!
and ajprM v. she overchargai
Anawvr We have
long The ugl; sU>ry is sei In
n * Yoik'.- paak-aasj world
during the laM level ivh 'ears "I
Prohibition. Thai glvei it a
mildiv hmlon. il rather than an
i atari
It centres on Clou., .i degen-
erate 'Society gill", given lo Ihe
i uks and pioimscuUy.
la h<-i detenca that
i poor little
and trick- in
>rphan for his boai
aider!)
m HOVSKS IN BBTWBBN. n>
Howard Sprint OattaBB. 15-
MC mars. i'-am.
Alert and Indefatigable, Spring M.m> novelist would h.v.
. : Out pp pap d n awfni (.it.
..ol. iog-irot urth the llfe-etorj itohun OUvta Manning
. Irvea :<> ,,rr (1ff |n -^ riderir latlger wh"
baa east*, about her but
First It excused evervthlng.
opening ol th
It of IW Pi even pubuc (We4d Oapprtghl Beamed!
ie oveut of the following i..l. -
VIDNKSDAYOur cricket team for British
Guiana left lo-day without any shouting or
blowing of trumpets. It all seemed so quiet
to me. Somi.1 people hardly knew of their
departure, and up to now 1 am still wonder-
inn if these yames will be broadcast.
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It is true hat the biggest guns in the game
are at the moment off to assault the Aus-
txalian citadel, but there is certainly no .
need for us to be so glum about a tourna- i
nient which is bound lo produce recruits for
the army. This is as important as any
previous tournament.
niURSDAYTwo friends of mine got mar-
ried to-day. almost through pouring rain.
There were the usual ominous nodding and
shaking ui heads among the elder folk who
could not help repeating the age-old adages.
"Happy is the bride on whom the sun
and 'Rain brings unhappiness In
its train"and other bits of wise (?) say-
in. | I know many marriages on which the
weather hadnor hasany effect what-
i\i. and I hope these two fall into the
same category. Good luck to all of you!
FRIDAYMet an old man to-day who wa--,1
in hospital just a few days ago. In fact ;
when P beard he had gone in he was already
beck out. One of the reasons for his flying 1'
visit wai that they had no room to keep []
him any longer.
Me had been one of two patients in a single
bed. but even this half accommodation was
required. When will we get a few more
beds. You ought to be able to afford a shor,
spell of sickness in peace and comfort.
vATI RDAYHats ofl i the Water Polo
nils (ladies first please) and boys who re-
turn home to-day after a very successful
invasion of the Trinidad waters. They
bring back both trophies.
I wish similar success to the Cricket team
which opens its first game to-day in British
Guiana. I am told that there will be .i
commentary broadcast, but will wait and
'fiat it will be like
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lied 10 Mil mm I'K th.in oftleers
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To Ilia Editor, the Adt-oretr.
Bin \ ornpambte
lo an unprovoked ilr-rald Seen

au>rmld
lar I'liivnnm-
\ bdon with wilui
M, Ubour.
that unsatisfactory dwpotrli because sotn two or three hun- '' '"' *f up I ptedKtabse
lit Barbad.^. mid the high coat drwl people havo to bo appea <
ikmi "i tth.it tha ran "**r
It necefsary to add a delivery twv hundroa Ihousaad citizens ieptseeotatfyea, and that interest
Informed Up goes tbe eoat of bvnut again
Britain Has A New Approach
li ItOHIRT J XCKSONi
LONIM N
die Eastern ru
lad In
vhlrh i
The Anglo Egyptian disputi
entcns to become a maim
Iv new apj
lo cancel, t|
lint,m; hai
troope In I 8
Middle Eastern defence ivatam Can..: Zone Brttala hai refuaad
aortlng to leevi lha Canal Zone until Uk
'' In I95C
' a the upshot ol With the Suez Canal a vital
a : igton link to the Far East and with
whole of the Middle East in
turmoil. th
- il one between Britain ane
I d b why sources said
i next approa^i to Egypt will
.nlcrnational" in scope
kUng with the Canal Zone and
:"tn together
luiKC) anu -CJ.
CtuOUNi
.Milk Fed C'htekrrts
Milk led Ducks
French Petit PoU Pra*
Smc' Turnips
JAR Petit Dread
Asparagus Soup
Top It oft* with a
Virile Cure and
Chase X Sanbornr Instint
Coffee
Cheddar Cheese
Carr's Crackers
Tuborg Beer
Eating Apples
MEATS
Ham in tins ar. IBIhs.
Hun In tins. av. i1 It..
Corned Mutton In link
Luncheon Meat In tlnn
Order TO-DXY from
SPECIAL
KEEP ON II VSI
S.ol.li Whl-k>
itve Wldakei
i^.kl Braid Hum
Top Notch Hum
Basss Ale
Worthliuctmt Ale
Beer in tins
Cansda Dry Sodjs
and
tilnier Ale
imki.i room
All Bran
Pruff Wheat
Puffed Wheat
(irape Nuts
Rice Krisples
Waal a Ms
Corn Flakes
Oat Flakes
DINNER PARTY
Sunday


s\n KIIW. SI I'll Mill R .". INI
BAIBADOS AHMHATK
PACK ri\ I
B'dian Workers Return Horn e From U.S.A.
I Miles Of Road
At Hay Already
(Jampleted
nil. >iiim.i:i
arse plaunvd to be
ing Board, about four


guutg on,
i
....
v will aoou

four houses are removed from
|
....
0t tlM Homing
Hoard said yesterday tli.U the
11 being
Illy and much im-
..ide u** IhO
i m
..... I d
lit Mid that a* sooti as Hi*
. i an constructed at
MM. mure house* will be
built there. The total length in
.1 will be built at the
Mae ti about i nlla and a quarter.
. .. I. l ' .. '.!..'
Iha contour and
of tha laud.
Convenient Kuad
..aid ha* a*kcd Govern- ri||-^(>.\\ llrt'lllf I ,.11*
p. ,.. a acquln land '
South oi thi I . Log Sehemo
>o thai the) tan construct ii
to join the area with Upper f -u-
Collyraura H< ck Rood. Many of "> A, Ttolora a*oaay,
i | th> district il"nii Minicar
CroS* III. "! a a* Will V l' Vhl,h '
, I ho
would build the "w" road lea mo rtral tin
... Cob>aaon '-
. i .. rood is limit lb. n
it wouui i- coi venlei I tot u
The Board has given permission N"'' ","
lo. th.- tunning, of a bua service
i this road *> ' 5:1* totm**]
would prevent thrw quartM of * ,hp *,ll",l
.. milf detour (or the blues where
Dissatisfied With
Conditions
MOST OF THE Barbadian workers who ratu
from the U S. on Wednesday after apt ltd
thna nottthi trarfclng with the Grat ri C
. i*t at their hu\ Inf left Barbad
American scheme".
It wa* surely tough just a
I foi working

aoma araaaa
A wot K.
* mm mpanj ho i
corn -t DUb
a
dlUOM touch bettei it W
than ho di I Vti H wa
tt)Ugb**i he said.
He Mad thai making with the
peas crop > >

ni the moo*] hi a rkad
ol >%,

i. ft
tin*
SGoeaOnQti Streets
I Mr A. E Taylor s Bond Mil
I wii from Enilaitri A- Uua make can
. glVt :. mile, to thr isllou. hp 1>pIIpvpv
| I I ."
15.\\ .1. Can Provide
si Llass Pro&irarames
Says Ahlaek
THE OPINION thai British Watt Indiana themaelvt

, u.. BO Ih.;>i B>
raited .. vacation for the ""
-.ml II
toyed nm
kM bettei Ho
'It that l.i
y slip with 'i
*
-ruling CM MM Bl the
......t
... lions wan in.Mii- |oi
till !l 1111 ', .
mant t.ix

i i ni .-in! tin workera'
aaokati Bomo erorkan
Sea well without I
Another bone of contention w.is
that the Ansariean Basin]
not live up to thi
. li.tn- be-
rare they left << the U s H
plentiful as IhD]
iii. "oa-
lad in
p yard to Ida* Hi
U ii lhay iti.i not kci the (nonet
'... axpected whlla tin |
i in,: conditloni won hit fron bi
(l . BBMi Hi >> i
i ,,.., *l: M.i.i i
The> vin
tl..h..l..
would lam
Current-*. Ir MM* tr lUporti
Hon. hut alter lhe> got Ii
laawBaa, Umj bmn w>'d
anathrr >TM ,\i. im.ri.jn ii
rrnry. Uul BBB) B)"BBM k i> h
l pat (ttr lraniH>rl'Liin l i
BMaaj anw Wkaai oi of ihr i
aarateaa paaaaaaaal "Baaae
uk came I'.ii i in Itiihi.lii- at I
owing tr via. He on wond.rtiu wihHh
or not UM] would Btfll >>> |
1M (he durs.
I
ASTHMA
How to ease the stmin in JO seconds!
W/HEN OBatajal \muna makea too
" gaip fur breath, onr .
tahlrt ilipped m ihr mouth aMM the
trim o,UKKl*a.iJ rt!-.rncl. Kfiiirm-
ber. Ii i (hit BNM i>n the ayBMM whuti
ci'iniiiu.ft (be biggest danger from
Atthma !
Bphaaonc oiiumi Kveral healing
*i-nu whi.fi gaMalH ihe (iranaling.
gerni laden <. umuUtMm* in the
hrmchtal tuh.'i. and m HIM nBBl heeathuuj.
The agdiaanai onMaacM m m (aaahM r.i inprcti
nothing to lUBai ' or uneipe^tedl* 'ha
i"*k eeaaMi inan H \m twhhl ataaMam
l-or rapitl lanal jrul rWon.hial (JKarra,
aiwaya hecp a tuopu FOB STHM1 AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
j (P tctakji* *..*<"-'. rtMrnaiMi.taii
a i aavDf a sods ltd.
B'________ P.O Boi M. ap.a||Ml..
than
- no huuaea.
(^.J. Adjourns
( on-idrralioii
Of "Will" Petition
can travel -ii 53 muao i i
It w-lghfi 34(1 | i
two ordinar] man can
with without getting
tired Maybe It u beca
.. ,.. .. lifU'.i nbool thai ll I .
not got a reverse gear All lh
drlvei naadi do is gal out, hit j
from the back and twist it B
WhlcnaVM direction he wuti .'
It is a low car and the
just sides without doom But
UMMuraUa Iha Chlaf ; ***** '* n**<* 'or doon,
Tiv r aava there wTnot hr
of grant- "' ^S!aFdSS\T^tLS.
ing the paUtion o( Bldlca \l\c,nc '"lll"K of doorB "t *ny limt
of Arthur Seat, si. TJioawa, widow. And the mm who will haw
. It (M 1
a .. m |) ii a |
Benjamin Bamui '"the Advocate reportoi
inuary 1. 1948 was not nf driving this car about the cftj
mi tied 1 > .. Aust.i.. .i ..
tUtry assuming man who has been
here. luimiling ejrs now for IT
mi. W. w Reti ki m- Whan H
ay K. R. Kives a Bound Uka
(nil Soil lit in ol a mechanic Tiotii Mel
It Co. LI
in Bldlca r\uaync many time* In iWtlfh C
The HoaouraMa the Chief Jttdaa ;iM,i ihrre is no danaei at a
ii 01 to/3 turning over.
wilU The overall lonatti elghl
_..,, feat olaht Inehea, width rout fnl
One wi i of John Randal I i.i.i .
IpU ol liclmoni. I'ort-of-Spal'. ;|> .h,,i Hnd hat B ground
, proved^lnaupramncourt dmmtmv of rive and 4 hail
I T-inldad and Toto.iR.. on 12th ,.(.,
May. I9S1. hy Chorle* ChrUUe A lon tnr
i i s,->miiur sp,.lnfi ,, otl franl DwunUnc
Phllup ilk exeeuion naroad ff|Ction iriock >
...
.hi ibtindanca of material lr first-clas.-
mi iaed by Mr Kanneth Ablack, Broadcasting OfAcai
in ili< 1 libbaan, who arrived in Baibados vester-
t on I rail Knds
Mr Ablack,
Kl V AHI \(K
Open City Site
Ltted As Car Park
h hoaa
ami other

well-knou to thous-
ands o( Weal Iji
i foi the purpoi i I ill
* H PhlUp Hewltt-Myrlna
PubUr Reuil I to thi

Welfare In Ux Wfeai Indli and
Ii thi Wi k
arlU arrive In Barbados
on Itondas
\V I. I'm^raninirs
I. ., : Mi Sti.,k. i
i the BBC

I to the M'Vcr.ll I
lei tli. ir agree-
Ith 1
tuea; dui
ing his tta) in Barfaaidoa Mi
have aome
I with Ihe
i in .I
i: reply to thi
afoot r.. i
pmeffl ot broadi kiting
Tha woiken bMq thai they i
back to Barbados on Bapll
. uieir contract, but
;."j"?:.' .....- '"" i....."<
. i >). anj longi-i .
10 them that U
be Iranaferred io aoma plan
where coinht ion > wen bettei than
i ,\.
Wa .ini n..t even bwm thai
i betng Mot bat
i worlm aid They came to
i ii the corn crop waa
and when aM were
OOklng (or a transfer, v., mri
ing back
'
A worker, who was "snap
r with the Iowa
i oi the Orei n Ol ml
Company at Lanark, llnhola,
.! he and but fellow
camper were uaually awahanad
Iwo o'cloea on notnlnfl
ii.d sometime, when three BOUM
i'lev had nut yet gone to
Pmally IWO or three
ii h< of (he men wen uaad
ware left to idla
' rtnlgjh) dbm ot Una
kfj ., at blank
when dedUcUona were
m which 1.1 i I

ions, he l. $11 X
were taken out > eompul ot
,. |. cenl
l .
niiH'iH t.i\ iHii the otl
I
fher ..f


BoUetton

Cottla CaJ
appeared (or
p Inn William
i n et, v.hull many I
turned Into b

11.
ihe Wi ti Indies, Mi r\blaai aMda "II we were aick, .
',- ''.. ......' ','""' '" "' "I' ""d Ml 10 work, or othei-
......Id OS recorded thai we
r fu Straker and hi
best to do.
rlf we
h>-
nuined
i bather tnera would be
;n tr ..!.-. fin i slubliNhniK i
central broadcji>:i
hot procket, Th. reai whe. J ';./\'
are nioon.e,, -

rnormg m who u W#J|(1 d
For coni.ois there
vbethei thiv felt that a ren-
i breal Ing corn, told ti
i* in.fioo aquan ,,( real advantage to them or lonrj drinc to taka thi
uid be whetht i of corn
to maintain 11 ; . I them to 1
b,.o' bjo pj and Iha men re-
opportunities for co-operation be- tuaCll , W(i,h T[K. (( .

The other Wii1 wai
,;lin's UM of Bel-
Trinidad, j-(-.V(.r ;; mounl
proved in | dutch
the supreme Court of Trinidad ^...-..i.-ntor hv t-
robagto nn Blh December, ,. _,,,
1030. by the Public Trustee of ;,uv operated
Trn Hour Day
H iplalned thai tt,.
i goould woik um
' days they
wire tnada to work roc ovei ll
h rurs. lie lantMiiljneil an oc-
eben the Bald
they had WOTked I U
\ '
...
paid, lit .
BataToUfai
ramp .i t a.m
nd I'l"

dmg

Ion Into tin mattei
otm .o t..... thu workei im
a, Barbedi .
.i dollai to

ii. w^a of the <
tood Bl B
111 >[- r preparation fhe accom-
modation WI
but .t nilnota, thi
sleep hi it
.......i-.
Whal
a) the Illinois camp I
wen alwaj dn tj
the workei folng Into
them, HI
tha* lie had to i
Bean til to hi hoine while uan
to Beawi n
|..i then
i, i thi i- B WI
.i'ke.l
II \ICICISO\ S BROAD ST
ALARM CLOCKS.
luminated I'i.iI

driving
Tfir lo-!'.
' Ihe opportunities for co-opera11.,.. -
a nment .,..,, individual Wast Indian ata-
Trinidad the

Megan HtltChlni n & Banflcld. bined lKk-up ..,
So] ,-itoi .ippeared foi th.- structure of pleasing lines, con- B p-1.k After huvinn the land by inten hange of recorded mate- "m' '
anoutot atrueted on the have to Sal
riifc' following wilt* were principle of aluminum BDOui 180.0
udmltte-l t> probate. : ,.U|],|U]>, T|1(.. ., ,. ,,. v few Vf I. ConMB]
and siiuab on firing canes, up- ......|(, m |[:)1].;ill,.. wlll> could
tpb Whttdeld Callender. St. bolstered in
I'hillip, Sus--.ii Wilhelmina Seanlle- Ample BCOO .
st hfJd.....i. Charle Oala, rlded at the n i f Uv ll tf0uW Th. BBC has elreedj pn sed M.d
Chord Hennetu Black and Ihough iiormaUj
ChtW Church: WUUam geem that then ... "r a market It c.an ? help In. th.
Christopher B^eUe] Caddie. St. two In IB* rroot,
Lucy; and Fiancis Jane Sober?, taken down, a to"
also of St. Uicy. behind.____________
The choice of (.mani/ali
with the West Indian governments

top
if a market, ii
i
.
en) I
Landslides Make Havoc Oi
St. Andrew Crops
ii.
.
i iiu.
suil gave fell
cofl il the idea nan land Thi
... ,:.\t.. ,. to ....-..'.: lar it- Ian l^llde-
..he uce came werj cop
- Andrew during was mine." *
the past two monthf and there I waa mtting it up I
has been the suggest inn thai if the Original owner piece
i .ed ft Ihe bam M i-.imer Hall there sr. r
areas the-, would prevent the scree In w--is and some <
ban heen throv
( Klin. IO II 0
leif^aen
and s i Dis- earl roods are tmpu*>..
tnr, B | um Mr. Inghram think
cllr: p this year will be at least
. ll

Beet the Downing Street,
as the am is somewhat don
' rsin ______
month until

i
^ting in the nre.i
I be ppotntrrM rit of Mr S
ii Bnd in
-
In the Saltern Csrll
evldi act ol UH ki-i will
sunporl of the n B.C
Mr. Ablack said thid I
Btranger to Barbado win n
"' ailed me f.^Ki they
that he served undei Su George .,., ln uathadtw
ben SarJKTSr.
eont
and l.ieut in the Home
Whitehall. Ixin-
tbsi the roreman told
not to leave the Bald '"
amp until n p m. ll was only
t.ftei lhay reaehad aamp lhat thaj
got something to aat
We bad no BBS in Amen. .1 |g
represent us and that is why they
to However, Ihe
aarnt of 1
1 1.1I told (he loci
Ihe I.ill.,wing day
bad work at V a.m. BOO
on their way b
(told before 2 pm when lhay
got to camp, theti rm 1
not ready The* ate .t ;i pm.
thai boi
; irk. he Mid thai tha food
as nothing to be
e BOCUI '
In the morning ' |
ttat) BOI .< cup of coffee, a cup of .
ilk gad two eggs, stony time*'
tt*
HORNIMAN'S
TEA
PRICES FROM $3.37 To $4.05 EACH.
11 Values which cannot ba rg)
g Shipment "t tha) cwr
OPTiMUS
LANTERNS.
hdiv construotad .nut
indsomaly finished In
\n kel Plate
These Lamps give a baauUful sofi light, ^Wt anil ;ioo
Candle 11 implg and 1 Bgj to uta.
$2696 AND $28.63 EACH.
Spare Parts iili\u>s 111 Stock
JONES SEWING MACHINES.
to none In performance but they <-<>Nt hi thai
.ni-. othei nuke ol comparable gfllctcmcj
BUY A "JONES" AND SEW AND SAVE
IIiiikI Mc.ilrl illi W'.kmI Ii.vrr $99.16
Cnlnl ii. i.i.... ir....ii,- mill mi I imp H....I si,.mi
$163.52
IIAICIUSOX S
Hardware Store
TEL. 2364
1 .lit il Xrrirfil!
I FRESH SHIPMENT OF
I n illv\ mows
ALSO
1 lllllk III III IIS
I --------------
,11. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. Dliulbttm.
ll.tly 11
ii.v had to ihiow away Im acs
maal wa, a l.ul. rk> -.-.-.-.-..-..-..-,.-,.-...-......
DECREE NISI
Sprint; I'r... imi.ii^
. mil
IL.
111 lll'llioi I ...............,.....- ......
at as g-md as last year Seventy.
his plantation! Ho Mid that a eight Inehea of ram ha
mango tree was on that
Lrmitihl on hu land from another I^st yc

In the C-iurt for Vi
Ma" i .-. The
., the Chief. kge p
..... bi Um ill of ll r
h.ise. petitioner and 1 K Chase.
aidant
I B ow imtrm-ted from Be
ovhlnd hand. Coi '"' by Mess s. Hayne.
, kph of Solicitor;, appeared
# On l*aKe K Chase
white potatoes, a cup of rnilk.
lour slices of bread and I
' that meal sometime- ..
' and sometimes at two
r/CWtlt) After returning from
work. Ihev BOl me. paS
" I UM four slices o( Li.-.el
Vt-orked Sundays
"Most of the workers returning
with me could hardly pay ear hire
II to their nor
GrlffUn, ''Lanark" arOrhSI Bl
%H. C. onlv l>ren able to t,
la- a shirt
'^' The Mark of
QUALITY
( ON8ULATE SIIIKTSuiih 2 |MrPtc
mlliirs, each .................SH.91
..Han
iT.-H: S8.I0 and SX.77
WHITE \,iih .iii.n li.il
Ijirh
GKET, BLUB, t KKA.M. with 2 *rpar-
ulc .nlliirv. Kiiih
WHITE Sl'OKT SHIKTS with
alMTC*. Knell
shi.rl
... .,-,
Ili\~l Mil PYJAMAS, IMain colours
Suil $1155 & S10.99
Slriped S13.93 & Slll.27
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& Co., Ltd.
10 73 Broad Si.
LWy*V*OW>V/da>Vr.
/illHls THI. IIOHI.lt
REXALL
PRODUCTS
- we now Qffttt -
(old&liinuen/a Mixture
Cotilfh Mixture
(liemiral I ....d
Cod Liver Oil KmiiMon
(MM IHtl As
KMI.IITS HRtG STOWS
Special Piicv on
MOIKS
(umoi vii ma
cenls each
MOIkS BARS
I'lipcrnilnl
liar
llu.lilii-.
i'iiirii|i|>l|.
lain I'll.
ll..r,l,-.,ii,
Nnl Milk
Mill. (
J.-rs. Milk
I. rw, Nin Milk
S. IliMff I'ftt/fh' I'ri-fff . .
CRAWFORD'S
CREAM
CRACKERS

CRISP
&
CREAMY
I #/***/ */# Sim/flu OvfnaaMM
Blanw-Bn
l.hnrin Thv.nol ( n
III....d Purifier
< riam of Maanesia
TabMi
HOIIM SYRCP
12c.
12c.
; : ' ii
s s
Mailed Milk
12c. ..
< Inrtv Cream
12c. ..
BRKI KIllllHiHUli
LTD Mt*d o( BroaH Street
iJidbctics <
Crackers ^
ISA FOBi
an enjoy Crowtord s Cream
,-ithout (ear o( any ill effects.
CRAWFORD S
CREAM CRACKERS
^v-v/^AV/,v/*c/y,'*<-'-'-v,v//,-///,'.'// ,*////////.. ^*-*.-.---.--- ;;;%'.'.;','.',%,; \ >,'s,-,%;;;:'SSA#rt**AA***AA?***,*&***AA**W-WS.


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATCBDAT, si:PTEMBF.R 22. 19"!
hen;;y
BY CARL ANDERSON
mickey mouse
BY WALT DISNEY
'


381 lbs
\T I A

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------
Maw k i
Tajfflftj
CLONDIE
RY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
( i*ies orvauaBiz run! no nev kffi
< UX> 1 --------------1 ItBELtP >T STOOk&e I" 1-E
IWXADKTBS^'
|T- sCOS *ftgS>SE J v
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
hsb? t soua courts -
OCA5V p.
MlUf H IRS*
UP- IM -J A

&JT A LOT
r'.'' M
AT THE 1
f \
LL
CAM 'oQi
IT AJ5
M fgt\ _'*""
v
.
OOHOT
CiSIUKB
I If
r
JOHNNY HAZARD
BV FRANK ROBBINS
hEWff
wo
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
NOTfUtBV FUNNVJOKE. WEU
BE UICKV TOSETOurOFTHIS
ALIW MEaETMFVCOMEf
TUEV MEAN BUSINEJS?
PALDII\G
VILLA
TABLE TEWIttS \\ALLS
exclusively chosen
for the
WORLDS
CHAMPIONSHIPS
I BOMBAY li\DIA
FEBRUARY 1 10th 1952
Rheumatism
arid Backache
GoneinlWeek
Flan* KrfiMri W.ih Cyifat ataa" TmH
F.H Flaw
C/im--il pt-'-Mptloa of famous
dor-franda an IiomMmi du> to faultr
n i- d->itbl* quirk tlma. ao.
,T .(Ml .uftVr 'r-.r.i *-,.(,*.!.... Sclatt-
vim-tit. Laf ""al-ia. Dlfimaaa, CIPClM
u-f > fraajwant HMdllhll ar
Cold*, PaOr E-<'fly a*d Appatlta. Fu",
A-klai, Burning. Smarting Pa.aJgai.
. Gat UP NIBU.
4 to your rhamtat toda* for Cyatax
and ba fit and wall nat waafc
CytHa Hclpi Nature 3 Way.
kMaaya
i- id* ai

no hann. harmful or danfaroua dru*>
Crtta> wrk tn thaaa 3 waya to end
row a*
(1> Start! kllliri*; the jr-rma wbja* ra
aitarktnu ynur Kldn.ya. Pladd.r
and urlnarr ayat**n In taro a*-ura.
y*l la abaolotary harmlaai to human
(DUa'Yrldof haallh d>atryla.
deadly p*Haon..oa "|da with whir*
-t*m ha> ha-->ma aaturatad
1*1 ^trMntthtna and rflnvlironit-a In-
Hdna". pr-'tarin yoa from tna rav-
Bf*a Of dl.--r-mttmf on tha d.ll
rat- Altar oranlam. and .tlmuldtaa
rtti.iv av*irm.
9 Weki in Hnpital
Now Wjl
"I Kara nt*"* "* /<* y*a*> >"- Jrida**
oad Bioddrr >rM*. al> *naru aatai
gad JH* Jol*t. I raa mot iNf fa r -.
irwa < ' *" -** *
rnr raid I troald ao* fca a* fa
a/an- Cyatai "H ifo'a avaatrr,
rfraaf/ 0>|d I J. A P.
Hcolth Improvrd in 2 Day*
-I had aot /aff rran. wa> for a#a> oad a*<-
rff rr'aDr -m* far a
W. f dad t#d af-aoM rtrrtthiff 6f /
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-a / *ad fi
____I w.wtll ".(I patn
rrpM' ft * ifor*_d_ *r rel(fc
otr IHlapi liar* doaa fct
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Guaranteed to Put Yau Rifkl
r Moaa. Utk
; Cyila* from jour .17 thorouch tt- Cyataa la
Ituarontaad to maka
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, brtti
- |n
_.. ..i ! honra
nd tO ba complat.ly
rail In 1 waak or jour
ionrv back If vou ra-
urn th^ ampty pack-
for
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Cv f> 0~ K I DN I Y
.'"..miii^j, RHEUMATISM
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi* Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
73 SEAL RUM (UPts) 1.08 8
18 IB Tins ANCHOR
POWDERED MILK (8ft) 2.24 S.M
Tins TABLE BUTTER (lib) 92 Its BottlesFRONTENAC BEER26 -!!
Tins ALL GOLD PINE APPLF. JAM
Pkgs DATES
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
uskfor
Giisson?
LU XL RY TOILET
v SOAPS
I i
IMPEtlAl"LEATHER LIM)EN BLOSSOM BUT HYACINTH
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KEEPS FOOD FRESH AND
IMPROVES COOKING
ON SALE AT ALL GROCERS
H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.Aaentt
Britain's mokus Oxford
makes motoring news!
LEADS WAY IN LOW-COST
"Quality First" motoring
Bollt to mpol wopld-wid'
daCBAnd for a onlveraAl (
la conoratcal to opfr.tr.
>n*Tln*d for aprt-d anj apruok
for comfort. All a*tB ar.-
within th*Whr'-lhap. It can b.-
drlTcn on looaT lourwiya with-
out ratlguc to tha driver, and
nputar* contlnaally at hlfh
epr-ed without streaa. Th-
Morrla Olford la oaa of
Brltaln'a moat aucceaafol
world-appeal earn.
hes*; ~-*
EYES
-
,'!'h :v "H |ht a tartan DactQT. Iho
Mother trouble if talUnmauon cauied by
IrtgrH** tlare anil dint I ad.i% Opt ret ''
I HT All Ujrri. Hodiaa an HOW IT It UIIIT Mono-joa-
Beaidanwd-bafora paimiaa nua praaanta raat ;' ** *aaaia

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x.^ Moihcrvmedavalaier.
| i.! f lr iniaJ BKiul Opifci
taiaaj-brtfdjt nw aowJoftaar
I HtttSE a<,Wia tttQltH
FRONT WMIL SUiPtNSION
PROTECT YOUR EYES wOA
Optrv m
I EYE
EYE LOTION
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Diilributort Phone 4504
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-Ml RDAl SI PTI Mill I 22. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATF
CLASSIFIED ADS.'::" sa,,s
fa* ll-nl
fnuiuitrtn.
harga It U> for
II' '
rd Term ea*i Photi* MM
b-tweet. W -114 4pm. 1HJ loi liaatb
I oh SALE
ad u ...r,
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a REAL ESTATE
I ..ml -hi..(led How.
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Du M4I
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M I' M-IEM food
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I
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eaaimable utTet refuted Coo
Nehaul Public
1 M II M 1' Five (I>M
l>r* Keaaufiabl* prier A..
in. pcilitan G.ii|f. Masann* Lane Dial
Mil i (mi a si a,
i AH IU47 model fluid drive Pudge
EH ntavi nm m new.
Tic* rtaMmable Cm | .( 8,|VeI
I Hay Street J'hone 4KS
in I] a.,
ONI nvin.) ENGINE for 0ici.i:.r
SI Ji.
OMI i-iTi m pon iioi'u n u
rt "i.h A-.. reuonabl* ..ffe. *|I
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u.va iu ue removed JHMtMl ..t *.\.
If-ali O Jolt-
\enue 111... n . m Mi.harl
HJ ii..\ st
will. Shop attached Bur-
Road Al pte
inn iuiom
.. r-s. ... .mrirnea in buying or
.ma [' mm < tuittrl ht-Hr or a *pot
>. land, you ihould itriii touch .nn
' l Eatale A|ent ami
luctmnee. of Macau
mention li (urn lo any button, placeil
n m- Hand. re-xardle,. nf ,. i, , .
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:.MHMI.MI\iS
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
l.-e-ia; at our dl.poaa! the h
node,,. (Mat, ., ,, ,
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The MBj. i.-ed from rn.-r.
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DENTURES l."i
..-mure* at* broke.
ate the... rtlllully
MM m> li.
ll.daet ivfhcr bavin* the
Higher C>r
.liona. *rv
MfBMSMM arrad, cerUrVele to
Al trail
K-rpll.a id
I .
of n.MiHUI K.P-.H. I'rSrit
* Umo tUtrrtirnla. rUUm. HtiaaU.
Bidg*l ptrparatiun and SlalWItcal wofk
Ar 3ft to vr>n Apply aldlini
lalan '"1 ilrad Ell t
VAI AN) j

tary lo Kan-. qi.allflrd willi Hill-,
cpiblr ol Ukina ahorthand al l
word, or ovr pri
Wrllr ritcli>ilii| photugrupli i. \\\
.- ii Ailvir.Hr Bill *
ELECTRICAL
:. ,
\m*mitt:b iu uk on
IU. Ka condtnoi,. raniiiM.
mUtt M *-..(, %,:.,-1
11 11- Jr.
l.l'HIIWItM .NOHt'E
NOTICI HI MVKIM.KS
Om Dan bucr> nh dag top
.
UtUdi 13 3' north lun(|l-
ludc 59 28* west, i
chanies will be fired in the virln-
. during d,ivii;ht
I
ilng is warned to
k*-.-|i |MU I '
nur notice of 5th Si
1951.
21 9 SI 2n
DBPAKmnn u BKurwAra
\M TKANSI'ORT
Vacant Post r.f \.KUnI
HnBineer

I


port
U< iind thr
Hlan will Ik- in the
KM H.024XH4
in dm A c*
B 'i.inimiim may be
paid to Ux
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2. Appnintmrnt will brj on pro-
i the first
I
* In other respeetl thr appoinl-
i..i R*HuMfe>ns nnd IHc- loral C'tvil
Servtce RogulaUono .ind Intruc-
! n not ex-
reeding $1.4411 will lie pnyablc on
: nenl
ittacMng ti> the
post arc to uslal wiUi
of matntr! ocutTUction
of the blghwave and bridw of Um
Departnn I I T, admln-
1 Um rltputfi

time
5. Can.: -. I'tiftieM a I
I
' the A'-
hlp Examination
Ulntion "' Civil Ennin- I
.'..
. : .... i
veylng.
tul rnndidate will
Mop a motor voht-
i i mancc of
a Travelling AHow-
i on an annual
.Mth the
ol li [ravelling Al-
lowance Ragulal
tul r-inriidnte will

-
thai Co m at lha Oov-
atiott
8. ApplicaUorrt ihould
...
Public Bull town, to
.i the nu
1951.
not orig-
ontala should be:
submitted.____________________
Kill thou throbbing palm In
mi muiclei al once 1 apply
Sloan't Liniment lighlly-^ C
feel your
JfOVIB, -..Hi ) Healin
nd Warming Dmil
4 a >p*cul piHr Vrr
' Flats <
r llutwn Ud
B 9 11 In
POULTRY
LIVESTOCK
R a, Appi-
In B MaylMw. Fii Villa**. Si J.. ,
11 li -ii
1UI1 llrrd lAbrador Pup.
pir. i mala*. Apply lo Mra O W
M i FOTMIUrW, Pino Plantalloii Oap
Bl Mlrluirl Phone 1784 II Jn
MECHANICAL
.MISCEI.I.AM-OUS
li Kl\<;
.I....I.. .;
I *> par %-rd
Oial 471
trill

m pair Rr Dtoat Shop
II I 11
COTTON THRBAIl i.. KfeAftL Urn
11,....
i garroN
Mr. Norman Baarom .
STHATII.'I.YUK Hi Ulebaal Tha
Houaa atanda on HTM aquara laat of
land, and comprlxaa Cloard aallar-i .
drma- and dininf room., hitchrn A<-
-i.d badroom*. and batn
rorm. up.Uin Oaraa and .-n-nt*.
room. In yard Clrctnrliv. B. and
Uovcmmaril WiUl Initallod.
Ir.tpaction My d,. axtapi Sunday.
bj appointmri.i -iu, M(, M'inard
AMar, DtaJ MM.
Trio propnly will 1v .rt up for Bale
b> public rompctilmn *\ out oltlcr Jamvm
Igfianm, ., i>,.
unt at 1 o'clock p m
VEARWCKip a. ikJl
U II IOii
I'lHSOMI
ii m u vonris
NOTICI.
I'AkinM mi r ions
A. rrom lb. 10th lo tn S,.plrml,
INI. lt\r ufflrr ol tn* I'arorh;
Traaaurn will b, 0p,.nrd on a_fllfdn
PHASER
- Ma

I mill WTii.irriulk Powdar mad* n
HoUaikd trom milk al lha u-urfa
l.n.r.1 Pridian Cow. I. now allabl.
a. lollow* lib. tin. u MM aacl
..i-l ill. till! | II M oach II uik
obtalnabla at your arocrt you mai
conlact Tha Barbado. Co-Op-'.IU-
Cotton Factory. Ltd., Local Atfanti
maian
hams
ii, q
Dial .1435 or 4H1
1 M li.-t.uck Uti
UPTON*! DU AH tta. ara ood
MM Ml.....i MM -I" i~ UM UM -"'
i mi ' that
cimmand* tha largeat Mia in lha world
itaKd on every packal*. and whuii
IHTiiN Tl^ Savr Ihal part of lh*
l.brl indicalim Inr wxl|hl and *Kthan|p

AgMiU
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H iXZl H 1
II. 1 11,..,:, H M .,.,.
aortar Mhito Jar la ;
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ONI iiHIT MARTTTI KNOINI in II."
.\l>pl, K C-l.ii,. .. II T
a 9 ii an
m i U
fFFJll A Uria varlHv of Fra.h
s.id. on Mir >'
D-ut Btorr 11 11 Oil
i on RENT
i.--Ui- uraa* Tl ..-!. and
M caaia i"daba M toorda war M
uo-ifj 3 eaal. a u-jrd ok4 cania I
b'ord an SUndaut;
* It In
CLIFTON TTRKACIV-T- an approved
I tenant Furni.had Houaa. Uppar Day SI
I Urpo.la Yacht *,~1 Aquatic Club* All
".odarn convrnla^caa. Appl- on pramlaea
I II -I f ri
Nonrr
F.-MTATa Of IIIIIIBK k AIIOI
mm i \mn a-.-...-
NOTICE IS IIIJIEMY OaVI
iiiimi up.,r
M aRrc.lna the r-latr of I'rrd.r,.*
,
Uw parl'h of Aalni Michael who died ir
Una l.land on lh. l.t day of March
1*31 are hereby required la
|>.irticul.tr. of their .
.-.
S.r(.in. Solicitor. (J Jame* Slrerf.
B-KiBrtown. 0.1 or before the lllh dav
O* October 1M1 aHer w In. h date I .hall
proceed to distribute thr a>
e*Ute amoiuj the partle* atitH I
.. ,- . ii..-,. .,. i.i
I have had
oilier, and lh.il I .h.,1 ...t t. RM
M dl.lnbulrd to any peiwii
.
had Itulwe al the li .
lion
And all parvoru indebted M the -aid
catale are requr-ted lo
aecount* -itiu.ul delay
ll-l.il ir... loth day at Au|ual 1MI
JUHN CIllTtHIUiW BAilKI'i Qua
fled r..r.ut..r. E.t.ile of Frederick
( credit M I
..... Rhtl
MEPH
ii."
ftl John
Harbour
In Carlialc Bay
Log

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IM hm. ii.
-.1
IIH t.oVIKNMI.NTS OF TH. BRITISH H,s| |\|.||>. liMii-ll
ill 1ANA AMI nRIIISII IUIMH HAS
The Uovemmenu of the noiim
<\l m Reitional E*'unon,..
' . ,f the t'oiiiptioller for Devvlnpimm and Wrll.ui- m lh. W. '
The uiini.il> (uiul. an t ;-\ u. .n. .uhi
lllaUve body lo the participating go\
rMhltk matters, and to anuma -*ivutivc end lm.un i..l ...utt.l ..( .
Ilrili ri Caribbean Trade CoinnHaalOIIM Scivi.c in the I'liiti.t Klng-
i Canada.
The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified
person* lor the following posts:
1. rxccMllr SaaMWfaraj I(, tlle filVi,1TU|I Tchkim, (-omMiMer
at an annual salary of about A 2 500.
Candidates for this post ihould have a w i,i. n r and sound knowledge of Writ Indian afl-ns They should
poaaess high qualifications and experience in posts of com-
parable character, adequate academic >iualuu-.it mm in eco>
nomics or commerce, and have held appointmrnt* demanding
personal responsibility was initiative m business and Of
government >.
Asnsianf Secretary i Niamiicum >
at an annual aalary ol ajpavl 1 1.500.
Candidates for this pot
qWtllaVatlon in statistics and admin. I
dealing with imiomic and commenu.l malu |
.nit Si> ri't.u k>ill Li 11 -i-m-ii'li f..i | r tititnr -lativtn *'
material relating to trade and romrm- k of DM
i'- 'nritibers.
Trade Coimi*aioner in the fulled Kiti,nl..->>
at a salary of about 2,500 per annum plus si representa-
tion allowance of 1,500 |*r unntiin.
Candidates should have uli axpaa ,
Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility
In the Held of trade and commerce ither in Ihimiu-sx or gov-
ment. They should preferably have experience of dralint!
with matter* of commercial pulii > a it ade rMgaottatJ
[reference will lie given lo candidate-. haVaggJ ""!.
with trade and govetiinient OlgjaarlMlfeni In UM Unlli
dom.
Assisffltit Trad,' Ci>mmis.i<.iicr in Ifctg lint. J Kmodora
at an annual salary of about 1 1.320 In the in t pine) p|ui
a representation allowance of ilaOO.
The main burden of lha d.t> -to-d.i^ arort "t tin I
ofliee will fall uu this officer. Candidates should tlui.f.n
poaaess a sound knowledge of ofBeo Qt"gjg4uWtton
istrative experience in dcalmi: with IMUtrl ol ti
.' j commerce.
it CiENERAL
,', The Committee n*ser\-es ihe right to fill Biq post I.. unit.,-. |
1
l.urin- M
M Irt, *-h Afi
I .. .
Beh landalpha.
Scl. Plmence Si run____
if no suitable applications
Sfc
region of the figures stated but other terms of service (a
lAKh act. em
i h-nlmi uperuill- Uei
.. rl.nlal......% PM4
Man ol f Mi under the pi
barra A. i ...
n.pect of the Ar.ld.Hun
- -d under
- Aid. Act ISO'.
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ii ., aasrt
XI Jiu-pri
tit it ir
LlijI'OR LICENSE NOTK'E
I gutui A Uauihaii.
hclder of laqur l.u....e No 3M ol 1911
anted lo OouRXHirni I!., !( m reapr I
i. ,,,i ..ii
r.ldei.ce nl M glmoM Si A, .In-- I. I
p*;mii!n to UM MKt Uquor Ucrner .1
a board and .hin.lc .im with .hedif
..Itached al Beckwlth St St |
Dated thl* Mth day of September l**l
T" r. A Mcl-EOD Eair .
Police Mafurlralr Ili.t A
RVTL'S A MAK.llA'.
Appli I
H It Tin. application will bl
-i..um C art i" I* held -t
.':',, \ ]...
tha Ind day iaf Octot-et IH1 m\
I 1 III f l
SI KMI IOR (HlOBIi
HBt-AIII OPMM II-ch Fully furn-
i.rud Refriferalor. S badi-
IS4. a"mm I to 4 and Mil alterwairt.
10 11 In
LOST A MM Ml
i i i .[.[. .. rtta <' !'" '.- ,. v.-
an. hnMrr M LM ,1 ..... No 171 oj
I Ml ranlr.l M ItMstoMi JaMSSM In re-
IS. I. Hiding known a. M Law-
rente Hotel Mf pemiUaan H> ua "Id l.iq.m l-n-nn
aid pnmlut a Li,,..
LOST
SWFFPTAKE TICKET Bn-IK *'t
IM FlcMMH *hi l>* rewarded
.. i., 0 Soiten V.
.. .... B 11 In
li.l.-l li
Dlil "A
ro E A MeLEQD Eaq .
PollM M IflMtt |M, MM a
N It Thl. application will be
d al a Urrnaiii* Cm
i .
i.. i
,! : ':'..
Ma. afl cArwfalr af
WE ARE BUYL^S
I'aid at lha
i m mm w -i mv UU u ii
3rd floor. No 1' Hwan St
H
ro-Mi "S iaws HASH
WATES PISTOLS
. AT .
JOHNSONS
BTATIONEBV
(heap TEA CUPS
nd SHI I IS
AT
JOHNSON -
II Mil H Mil
".'^5c:-^i
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
TENOEKS FOB SHOPS AT THE I'INE HOUSING \RI A
TENDERS are rcqm bo are desirous ol
ing and running a shop, or shop'. at in< I'nie Housing Area
Two sites are at press No. I site is on a v*v
ai an area where new houses have been erected recently, Um I
rod a building in keeping with the surround-
ings. No. 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an exist-
ing shop trom an overcrowded arta will be considered.
In the case of site No I ., ; Ion '' Um proposed shop Uh
hould be sul :
and design of the building am! the material, to bi
No 2. full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the
'shop to be ran* The t\pv of business to be
D should be staled If)
The q i on when the
;. considered.
Tenders should be addressed to the Hanaggfl
1 mg Board, the Garrison, and should reach U) '
.the 15th of October. 1951
For further particulars appl
SEA WELL
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eirvue i Manh. .1 Marah, I
MarUv O Mirth A M. I- I [.-,
V Wood-
Mrt i ... 1 ,,....,.
W Jackwn S Ja. -
C Fluke. P 11,.1 I II li T|||nil
in.plan..
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1 V[ v.M i:m
'hapmaii. Arnoti Ardard,
June nrrhert. jnti,, .i,,ru ,. niepnen
...... I
John f"a\i Ken tophi
smith. Anna llmdr
FNan ST Kin-.
Vivian Ouiiib.
From 'AM
ik 1.. Marie
1
,. 1 .
From MAiniNnjt
... 1 1 1
1 - 1 .1
The ConunlttOa would Ih. piep.iii.l lo give s|-cial cimsiderilioh m
these matters to appointees with oxcapUonol qualltV
The Committf- propusc* to mike the-e apnolntnM !
log full detai'
.mi ui<.....11.'' t-)'. miii uiih EupoorUng
do. mints and names of two rofotoeg, should be tMraaaad to roarh
the ''hairnuin. Kegional E-onomi* (on tmtii 1 Ha*tni" H 1'-
dc. (..fore the 31st October. 1951. 8 9 51 Sn
SHIPPING NOTICES
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
'a" m njf&^Hiiy?**^***
F.rALANP IJNB. iJMlrVU
MAMS Uael
- 1'iillT ADCIAlDCr* la arheduMd
M 1 .. Iluh.il Sa-ptambet 1Mb.
Mell- ,..- lOlh .....datone Oclotoer lllh Port Alma
lli.ib.ne D'lobT Jlth
am.1 ii ( Trinidad about Ni...ii.lr
1 li..rliad.>* Kiivrmber Mth
I idaWMst M arneini ...i*.. Ulll
iiiiple .pace fm chiliad ami
I ,, Irol.i. ..ik'.
1-... ...pUd on ltir.-vuh BUU "'
I.. [. _ 1.1 iiai.HMiMiir.il al TTinMaal 1"
.na. Ir.H.id and Windward
l.l-O.
Paa Pile** imtieul.r. af>ply
1 .1 withy a- co ith
DaCOHTA JI C<1 LTD
1......IM I ir* i
a w 1 11 w 1
V*e'r','e-e*r-r*r*,-e'e*e'r','-'-*-'/*e*--
The M X l>\l RWOO0
m ..,
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allinn Thumday FIlli

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II.,,!,.!. Al.ll,,.
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day SUi (k-loher. IMI
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. vTKamEH uiii litn Octal
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THMI.11 -.ii- MU asfd.....1, .1. ,
KTKAMI3I ulb) lOth CH-lubrr arrive. tUrhail..
. 7 '"_ "'"aaaw aaiaei
l In* 11, Heart. paJpllaifUa,
delay iraMiM., .,,, ^ tlm7?.'
ifortneiiy i,.. M ||>Bo,, MW
aaaaHCSl rtl* >v-r>. rrd.,.-. ||l(h lllood
heav^"'" T 1 "'"' *"* ,*1""
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CANADIAN KKRVK E
AI.OA PKUAHUK
Al COA J'OINTEH
AUHA I.U.HIM
;ir. Heplamber IMh Se|,i
jnth (HI.
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PAGI ni vi N
Wm. FOGARTY
(Bdos Ltd.)
II \ 111. \I>S I MM It
$1.00
IOII IVIIIIOM.
a
MAffhtvn t/fmi- ilutli/ii
Itni- Jump tihiiiil i I II III!-----lllllll /II II I s
LADIES' PANTIES per Pair
80c.
&86c
CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES
2 Pairs for 96c.
PLASTIC PANTIES (BABIES)
2 Pairs for
72c.
CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS 2 for qOc.
CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS each 84<
COSMETIC BAGS 2 for 96c
LADIES' ART SILK STOCKINGS _;
2 Pairs for ... 0C.
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE
SOCKS 2 Pairs for
LADIES' RAYON STOCKINGS
2 Pairs for
72c.
96c.
BOYS STRIPED COTTON POLO
SHIRTS 2 for Q,6c
MEN'S STRIPED COTTON POLO
SHIRTS 2 for $1.00
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BARBADOS ADVOCATF.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1931
Probably Fastest Man In World Today
Mar Baile) Etptis World
Record For 100 Metres
Itv I'lTIK IHTTON
I.) INDON ---pt. 12
...
D
over I wowe< ks ego, equalled Ihe world
la foi the IW
on hi- ' 'n" "' ** m" I
lent that unless the track was a
be oAciauj

fall) moving.
M e wai moving
''i Ua leal Iftal
SbMiton, who nnishetf
,
FaalrM
,11 tun the 100 metres in 10.2
aeeonds i* I to a 100
I
Donald Bailey
thing on

I ! plans to keep
throughout the wmtei li
ii in inter* ii iiuw-


Olympic
,. .. H< rear, An
i will it he
I rrlnldM
tor the W
n
I
r in Belgrade, Arthur"

Uriel !
it in- had to return i
r;\< min*. momk^is
TRINIDAD YACHT CI.UB Rnrli.4 to rapacity for the -eroigJl Wat** Polo Te,t matrh. Field of play is
in tli* foreground. Ooal po-t. arc out of th* picture. Crowd* like th i watched play throughout the entire
aarlai
II \ II11% 1.1 III Ml |.\ I.OAI



1 M.Ii. BAILEY

(inn-red
Feature Ira
. .. |
...
1 that I to
I., t in
any event Me

.
. Lied to Athena where
:.i the atadl
the i' here the
first Olympu dame
. trenv
md even B native of
little warm Kven -.
not prevent him from winning
both the urn and MO etn
the Bril I
"
deacrtbed Athai
heauUfullj clean crtj re
in ii-
.i*i -ai ih.i* rxi montj Wild 1'iiv.''
he said.
Baal Meets w.-i
The tjiii.i and Onel port of
nil was to ihe city ..f latanbul,
perhapa even now bettei known
Id name of Conatanttno-
i i
I'll Retire
When I
Can't Walk l
Says Turpin
NEW YORK, s
. !oi hOP e
Qeeen Mar) ild be would
hi third boul with'
America Turptn
"it on hii
retlri man)
Ait. i in- .nut on September LataSbul itself is divide*!
12 he sawl ho
ei .iini no on. . h part) arara pan q
inc ohnnge my ihiihI". hotel in the Old perl Oi lh
rodaj t ton '" ""' '*' apare momenai
urn ,i tho "J '"'" "' traefc, Bailee
ii- mfnO "When wandered thr..uh the narrow
, baamra
in hi*
.. ., own words, the eighth
1 '" of the
' :
HU .. mi, eon i
rontraatlng loatpb with the
'. i
taxi which patrol the *re> li
... .
after" the mcet-
mp he war awarded I
Lunli M.ilsi
HuwM-OfSl. \n Cro|l
e> nmil Pi|e 3
lame of the rorns are ai-

At DewuiauJtan. Bt i":
- been *>; an bi
Tin bents last year*1
total ot 58 inches for I

that m s i rain ha*
.. the appropriate
lime
.i- that the ;
will be 20 per cent Ik>-
At Rowm.lTist.in there an a-

Fifiv i- iwaet pota-
. |* in.
.land, st
tlee more
4 the pro-
.i, to be
prop itboul a.-,
low leal n u "
lie of Ml T'lensant. St.
1 !2 inches mod-!
'i, n in thai
ii' which fell last
rear If B moderate ralnfull ton*
lev of the
i top arill bt
I | ,.il> Th.
i lenllful. Aim;*"

H l beln t
Ttaa :ii-
..... ,
round,
torn. Peas Crops
I the imri-h *ui'l
I
i h the recent ralnfalu
i
. .

. i
Van
Dee*
They an
'
1952. A
i ,ucv wai

ii. i begun.
HAFIRAKA HUNTi: ;n KOal fur Buruiidox net- ready to slap on* oh! 1b
ttim game four toali to love. The Ladies' team w" nadafeatea. Llki-
whuli they competed. Both UaaM return to BarbedM bail mornlnB
Gold Coast Soccer \l \\ ill
Take I Ionic Sonic Sound Ideas
iiiir -econd Test. Barhado> won
ue.li they won the Trophy for
Shoemakers
Tailor*
IS.
Fooibatters
Quarantinvd
Kimh\ Ht'sulls
a >u IMBIA, Sept 21.
b i Unlver- i, performa
luu bean quar- .
threatened
i .....
. The two
i .t medical
I night aflei UON& IM Sept. U
tell 111. \ 1
the United
afai i ilyata). lUnadoni (oUoa
IM Ihean Abciavon 19. t:v\mav<
,t,i :i ii Q Toft Internal
number of 4aati are perforated'*- l7:Lydncj J. (
rii.' e.iinp said (n*Ui S, Devo
3; It.iih

lees |4.
ili lopped lor Hi" I : I, Newbt li a 0; Waal i
i lie the squad wai undkn 4^ ii
ah
DO.U.F.
(.P.
B* lilNMs ROBBatTI
WHIM Uw quk k-to-leern
return home they
wiii tain with iiieui sound idw -
Ibr raurina aoecer stantlardj Ut
W< I Afrlcao colonlaa
Date Wait, ira
performlni arondei
foot maj \f Invited
tion will ..i.> be riven to Invitlna
.hi EnaUah i lub I
Sierra Laoae will be
Wi^t African colonj
Eaai
a trip fnmi the W
season Jind Sierra Iamii- Will be
here in 1B53.
iltoeethei

Gold Coast and Nicer
: .
I.....
is. m all Weat Afrt
niiiiilN-i-ed and Ihe pi i
there win
band acoounta of
played i
the Gotd Coast men
There hi < strata in..
.. - i
Phi Id Co I plaj i
Sierra Leone on Ineli return, will
( imparting Ideas ihat may
. -in-- like TAuraday*! win
i.e lajue
YOUR ril.ANCK OF \ SLAM
'I'll'1 choice between a
* in a .suit and i
No-Trnm] n cki i
In ail but tbw
tlonal caaei the Milt contract
hi beat i h mce i
nrfinii
t ei
trump* in ooiii hand.- p
nb naa it
necowui | I up on
:
more than oni
likely io be lust Toe
rufflng factor U or naramoum
imuortan^e Losers in a lde
sun can be rulled witii
initiip. iii either hand; or a
A K 1 5 2
. ill im can
.1 ruffini
vide a vital discard
nwra ara i
ayailal\ to the dclarei H
' l cannoi ue
awnnieiiinai
By M. Harrison Cray
evploHeO in No- Trump [ha
lollowing nand is a
,- i< i.uioii.
a a a
.1 ;'"''
If ft Spade is led laail
WO liiiiiipA. Souili cu
oum lu sure trulu Sooner or
Her lie must take ihe tsro-wav
iinesse m Club* li ne goeaan
rroaaj. the defender* : ,
! !.. mng Spade*

l),i
ilI-
makca a certainty of
n i-umps rutniia
ili-ur-. .n Ouuunv ana
i.irowina ^ie lead with the Five
'* -.pad I
eitiior return a cii^ ni
:
I .
*hd South diaiarda h. .
\ ty in a
slam in :. i
:


1 r.e or
U p:i)lwt>l.
I
. .
Lunate
t-our a. and rom K
no (Cllur.r
aon in No n Lunpa i
reliable
larkiiiu a Hood ;.
N.i-rtumps nlioiitf

WaVi Pturt
The OOld <"";i^t men
proved .!. >ml e
ii Romford I
The* attribute thla to the af-
i. \<
Miiiwaii and
plaver who first became PA
coach way back In 1996. H< wu
M -

. i ;
|
.Mi ica on i onditlon ihej i
Coaat PA
will tbinl

for the
CM . Qport . i .i
i
ii amateur
i lub- ., n the ihree
u i ..ii it Heneon
to Hong kil whjt
11
\ i
Mi Richard A
("A "
ine the I < ih.i: Mil
' would I"
.1..'
Kepresi-ittiitivr Side
Obvlou
.i lour in the
ilddle "f the aaaaon, but there
t found repn 11
team able to take lima from "ik
i". their club*
Surely ernaieur clubs iouid not
.n in the cup-t
ii lug one of "'-'
.. mui h good could < i ne
ted loin
i
.
there "We


contribub | tia cf-
The following ill
narrow'* shoe-mnking Dei'
eleven aaja X| "
ink.'! match on Monday 21th
apt at Mtiyrelt* Hood.
Harrow's Heven: W. Bourn*
(Capt.). C. Bayle* (Vice Capt.i.
. n Davla, u Duraa I
i Alien, w. Lynto i.
i v White, ii Heyt
and I- smart.
Play commence* ut 100 p.m
w bat's On
Today
Tilm Show at Bnti*h Oooadl
rer Children Vonr dnld
r-ii" Tyes" M PaoTl Catlie
dral" and 'Tun on the Run"
V a.m.
Barbados Camera Clnb ExhlM
tion at tha B.irhado- Mui
eum in a.m. to B p.m.
Juvenile Court (Roehuek
Street)10 a.m.
Shooting Prlie meet of the
Barbados Small Bore Rifle
Club 1 p.m.
I IM* X-
Mtawwn
; i.-

I l(\ I MMjl on s. SS
... /i M
Kin I IX Tumi vZVi TXVX
TKOOXMM
I'HV. \ .'
I .i i ..,,( ( nra>
DANCE
TONIGHT
Rrlrr.hmrxl. A n.r
h> M' I1 I.SI I S II,k
M I 1M> HI ......I

LOOK
OUT!
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T '


They'll Do It Every Time
Vcu SEE THE S3rJ,
SO VDJ Svv NVfl
ItsITD rWE RlQHT-
HAND LAHE TO
A'Ai'xS VCO^ TURN
a-*ssv By Jimmy H.itlo
mikhl
,: for the pie. .:
* baa in three \ i

rwu i-:.!, bee could
eotorty-one against ti

u
I. I s
MAVm V00i i>r\
tot it oh mm ton
/IS.V#;l it IHgits
HEAVY WOTf
mnsmfc am gon:->

earl)
Ml Or TIIF MAN Fl'V
12 r. li i- p| Out.
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YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
From Codrlngton
Rainfall: Nil
Total Rainfall for month to
date: 082 In..
Highest Temperature: 16-6 F
Lowest Temperature TU "'
Wind Velocity 11 mile* per
hour
Barometer; (W ami 29.036
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