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PAGE Hl.HT HAKBADOS ADVOCATF II I -I. U —I I" I t Mill R f\ Windward Score Intermediate Victory Keen Contests In All Other Games WINDWARD M,.red an oulngh! viciory in the WintlBai baydoa Regiment Intermediate cricket mater ft H|( : n u r Wind -. -i\ w.iki'ifor I ted Bn on ii>! mi i u.iu ToUl noon HM *SAI ran R'lWH •"* Inmni %  i MUlM %  nwtord l> B Parnna-r H • %  %  .. I • % %  ANALYSIS %  I lOSB %  total 10 Til. 11; IT nut 0U< H and R, M hnw took %  W h for 2J and 32 immton raplurc;l one was a maiden. Ings were lowlc<1 nut Tor ti meagre H. R. Rock knocked up u c Pnaeod m too nun met eessful bowtel tor Empire He N ind took five wlcketi foi 28 run C. Spooner K %  0 t.ii Bfl while |. C. H I %  took one each. % 
aW)i II, -tl,d [ .-' %  B.G. Reply With 178 Without Loss m tram psar I %  %  until Mm in front plii>ing i in i the pad. %  'i the him %  | Hi Brankfli %  stum| for I %  12 helping tha %  M HIM : %  Gaskin itu A nc-KNR from thr mo-i talk .i ot tight for tat eaatan •" %  Robinson (lofl "1 the woilit by busting Bandy 1 I -aoit in tan roundof tholr IB HeH llobiii-on g.-t. in a right. KXIM'.F.HH Btat ipell with the bull when i placing A %  -... end with the •COT* at 113. •Vight on drove him foi !uu completed his half terrtur) in 138 minute*. Glbba by i the (x>v\ 11n*i Hr jump*-n Marshall delivery cradling it to the long ml boundiir>. BWad the cighlie' with another power dnw ofl %  .i-fted mtc the tO. A High BTUCR "(' Wight ..i Marshall I down • u the SIIH g.' i hepn interval eav anothei four bul MarataaU found HI lor 9. tho pda with the next Brad %  i A Umpire Mi Intyre dlsaUo Utei I Mii.ii : puata down U* i.. ida innings c aui In i;< ndn u la and oibba h un the i,-* a terrtfl ., -pell in ,... towthrouahthe 382 mmlu M111 ,,,. hl! I11(1; A smart turn i" Ml saw him V.iKlil and CiililM. opened C(| tlv ,„ ifg min the bowllnK i than ei Bau .. %  ; flebUn tt I i haw from the northern ,„ RV -ttniK raKJted with %  id The bowten |0t %  ind pickups tiiat could be much ii the wicket In 1 toanar. ante effort Otbta' plucky I to hold a low mlek in r otnturj was very valuable to n MUnaon, but faUad to h.Q Uw atnea rl aflo load ii„ catch emu rtan end h*-ipe.i to leaving tt.,field i-neak the back of the i-iwimn i few i %  Soon .iftii Graenidie mmiieided %  ti.Me hit nine foun With 'he 102. GiWw attl U*AJ vau 2ml \l I ri.U.s it m I** ln-l-t> n Four Outright Wins Scart'i 1 . c Knl(nl KmKM i> Crt %  i. v Car i. <• W|lM. AM • h Hi- i, %  ibkni %  foui Innlngj out of ili< Wan Ivmlnfffl flfwrn nf ttl fiyr jinn In (Iff Krnpire won bowled out fi>: IM m their aaeo n d In i l : lismred wlUi 3n wlnl. %  DDtdbutad %  brUtUTJ Other pood i E Barroa who not out. Rowiim HoapKal ins pim performance with thr bat. look four for 11 In Bve "v. i .,n | CI Si i run i eaptured two for 21: Ki %  %  %  foi 20, 19, 33 and 11 raapecUvi 11 1ioapn.1i now need IM runi for vleto i Mid providing the wicket 1 %  latui gel the runs OaaUy. In t> 1 W ind< tan Spartan fixture ..: the Baj Wai nai *il 1 iir.f'.i riot band knocked up 114 In their liri-t innii p W >ith 75 in their second venture last Bpartan wenbowled out for I.-. 1 s Pan a to) icon d with is. t %  /ood made M md W Jemnioit 24 Bowling for vTanderan G Bkaal look live for 4<) and 11 Kami 13 thraa for 49 A G Baala end v Lewb have % %  ran good %  tarl In their arpl Imilni* a parts !** Innl Bin 1 %  each loi in ii matchei V M i'i Centi • 1. In tin %  tun .it the i gain thi At Foal %  %  v M ; %  ( l %  1 td-on wltb Gil 1 whan wu:ht. nrtudag ihr 0|hcr WBV> proverbs „ Rull """ l,,,,h holding lluball, but ;. stentorian '*• Taylor made appeal for a catch was Ol the first bowllnn change, bringing tiv u mptr Rollox. on Marshall for BTOdfhaw %  < the r |,.,. ,,, |h |.,, ^v.' B.G.'s score .-ft aibbe not out 105 and Wl^l.t IM.' .nit 70. He did Scores.good .1 pace a.ihowi in trill y. Atldl %  ling f.i ter nd Taylor kept hhn on, Glbba, %  the lnnlnga openm I ,iiin BggTaaalon with .i full%  ! %  %  rd off-drive to ihe boundary off : %  1 n their a rond Inn II f..r 1 ao . II *..r 12 i'.i„, in theli IB I it a . H\an\inis no, INMM.%  I ,r r Canocho b OuKIn p %  %  ,.' r I-— ..j.11 .Iprt l< Cfair %  b I %  %  Mulder Bowtg Holder 11 louthern end. the being 6 1 lio. Batemen paid no ,itti ntlon to the btx pn up ooUactlng IM In the ugly comfortable l. 3 lor 33 : -..'' \ \ ALVI ***„d..rr. ma aaaaai f up III foi four wi %  Hold Arehei lopleclared In ibi l ' rune and raymr brougni % %  I Bate''->" %  B IB, "low c Grinth knocked M ia rw enfortably, put ,.I.I misiiiig onb i runs not out <..: jj utei end Taylor rang U' fin vld %  1 < 1 iiiollier bowling chiiiiwi •J off the aeon ror the I< %  oul Ibi :". n, .. %  .:.,, ,,„U ilh Hotdn wlckei Wi ter scored 34 not out dvlng P N :i .)„. nor th ern end %  .tn essful u Empln • luse. Central 11; tlun .1 (rwirii B7. 1 \ B6. Cent d In: Mllltl 1CENT! \l .t Vaaelusr fni t. 1 I A. Nicl Central 17 and 197. 1 Needing 157 rui 01 foi the los* „ % %  .! %  IIK-I ISMM.i I %  %  I 1 Lga, knocked ui able 55 on Baturdi cii four fo H out while %  MarshaU'i Agurei ware than I, bul he only exchanR.'d 1 hall was brough' •1.1 Ki ink* now M*i in fortl< %  . iMi g lee bounder) oft a full 1 l BUbltltutlng at lli' Tolal .for II HDUI IM. AMAt-yan %  %  "i" 111 w \KII \ MIi 11 Faalt 1 A YMPf 51 and 1 I %  %  I IIMHI l!MI RE va. Itll.K i: (kanaaraten %  ind Altl.TON va, LODOB ii 1 irri 80 . I fine ICK hM hall %  BB rnuuitai, nwards a Mhtwi without l"s>. pped, HG. had put tm B6 without k G %  %  • a After Tea 1 %  ntui iltiuTenlloff Beats Jock (arSSSS+**'SS r '.'.\'.\.'.%%'.',^~*%U%'*VS**&*&QM I HE WISE — ECONOMISE \ BOWRANITE | ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOK OF IHON S FARTHEST i OH Gallm ill com MS—1 1 HJ. ii. Sapplied in PERMANENT i RED, BLACK I in Tins ol Imperial Mearara. New Si.nks Jvisi BacarvH TfcoM UH Igaav. 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PACK rOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SI I'll Mini: / %  I-\I lURBA0OSM_Al)VD(^Tt i kr *• **•••!• *•. Lie. ••* Tusd..>. Svplt mini A',. l.l.">l MMIII EXAMPLE THK %  • h.> Bay butt Tenantry by the Governmem ahouM be regarded by 1 puhhc ;is more than on atlampl %  lava off erftidan if \ an exsi tenantry ownari should he mackto toDo* It is troll that Uiii precedenl by lha Government to build pro] ""' tenantry u %  %  a time whan the pubU< torward to the duty "I electon not merai] to itreai Ibe need of roads In the 1 % %  '" donand from tho i as repn ,nI legislation doi l gn a d to Gompal tanai owners to build roads according Gov< intent Engineer In ehvga ii'i' Hi| hwayi I>v>artment and to be approved by him. The p r ese n t i ttfnj tocuate ittentloi u> il"' highly tweet iefsfftoH of the r(MiU It is no use the Oovarnmant building roads and puttinj; ti-nanlries m older without exacting the same standards from private tenantry 0W1 The inevitable raault <'i nieh action will be that houseowncrs will be clamouring to remove their houses to Government entries, and charges ol discrimination will be made by those who are not %  alsctsd. The desired result will only bo achieved by means nf legislation. The PubUc Health Act ihould now OS amended so that the General Board oi Health whose duly it is now lo grant permission foe the division and uls ol land. could refuse neb permission until the roads have been Engtl eer of the Government who .should provide tfci i cations for building these roads. r will cau [ncrssse In tho price of land in the first place this is hardly likely u till in Barbados being sold at a figure which to have escaped the notice of tine public. Tenant iv Lands in UuS island have been sold at £10,000 per Mrs or '.• pei square foot It could hardly be expected to have a much higher price except when the Government are buying parking stations In tin I lit] insurer to tins alarm at the Increase in price is proper control by means of valuers. This would also prevent specu lators purchasing land at high prices and then thrusting it on land-hungry people. It has happened already that people in this island during the IM4 \& wsi pun' land and only .simv the emigration to the United States in 1944 have they or their children been able to pay the renuundei of the purchase money. This should not be allowed to happen again. In any case whatever is paid for the land the Government should see to it that proper roads are included in the strvioi which residents are supposed to get for their money. It will save the IIHIISCeeMl j expenditure when it eventually becomes necessary for the Government to take OVSI the roads. Fianco'i Pi nonet-On-Holiday Tells His Story Wine for lli< Miliioilltirt'. IKIiic-k Iftrt'jifll for biv It* llrr%n I IIMMML • •I Si I i .iili.iin MBftVVN I.I m W.r'. Spantth wum I idj l.vrng on the floor. X WI KKIT II %  IIK • 'hufflwl i i %  Una, -' I i.i.t UtUCI. of I I irtrd In srt A WHS. but there m no water, and no H, MIK\\S IllllUllh If) in... i, i iih hop dvantui uiird class £18. %  i with 31 da] • ivtni iu. lo I %  ouHmit IT WA %  nkhnght when an i iro ii.in oi i had bet: drinking, Beetles en fTelb %  bUildlDI which looknl lik. . | ,., kll ,,| A. block of Bate In the U iiv eSUS of a before tiniijjht was n I pound of Mac* I saw a nniiy nuni— on UH I floor and two pairs of old (% %  | Sjrilt roll in a heap of iai. w. Mood %  %  Kentton for %  %  %  %  %  ffiatsrg %  up, nippai UM inn* a When the door was locked i vtrnck a Dutch aiwl saw black I crawllDi up UM walla and flow on the slonc I I dltt-uvrred thai our cell In whiter W*M Ihe home ol the local do*-catcher, a tramp who |i.i• %  • rent for II. In the summer he Ant comfortable to sleep OB (be beach. NKXT monun taken Ii. tho poU beard two wiini-s insulted Fran.. We all denied this. the afternoon, t i hii< .. %  i sin I M %  % %  m : II i %  %  i i eleaee U %  i Mowing daj it eaim II %  um lunch ol "p. • con%  MdMI on -.vioch WM %  roasting fowl or I or Theft kany OUMI luxuB RUlllon; %  Who were m back m iaIL A prouit %  f ,,l ""' n broughl pan %  "" %  tht corrldorT I diank -IIH* with were less nume.ous. .,, usually i %  ind then %  brought us i ; l £L w tt li '' n,l> %  :'"' "?£?• WMIf Wf mii.Hliert dr> %  (l | in. ill iii'l.ini frull "eri^'" ••" :;:;, lrd p,L,r *• or,, "• Tho tallowing tvenins %  ,., „r stasU, era packed into %  n ul % % % % % %  ,. ie t. he ith six otbei HMD Wd ,ould hear the chink].nt Ouardi renv rad i %  md BnH %  %  d cu| %  food cigars, uito a large cell wheie 30 pusQ TWHK a week the prison barber vhrited cell. H has nave, one pestt Barefoot Many of the i rags. Only OBM %  MI oratad wttfe %  i • -foui lunatics SB .ik-iMK'ket. *a; personal servant to the million%  %  After 20 days I allowed t. walk round BM •and-coverai ird with H' OUV I found that one was servm> W years for murdei. UOtlMI I) years for armed hold-ups. No Doctor I dix'lor in tin nhough on one occasion on compulsory church p man iiillapsed with I heinoi rhag • He Mao put bark In Ihe cell nil I mi' him 4 (ii.'i i ml bread, lie *s nut vhllrd b> %  in in 4Mthorit>. I the j.ni wars in -eulated. 1 di< >iot knovi why, and the convict who gave tinkteculatlons (ai s.iine needle) did noi %  ihgj During tha au we tometlme played games like blunt a buff. I tried lo tench then noughts and croses. but man\ of them could net write. I was allowed two bookl week, but Ihe oi U OBI ilnd In English Journal. • u .i week I was given 2? pestas of my <>• %  %  %  nd chocolate. i Bali be %  %  %  i wltn in of my holiday Bkonay. I shall be on holiday again next rear. But in EupSnd — I.I.S 31 r. Ail a ui % 'Iocs I 11 v I i %  u— ... i ndistialian froai consigned to afj J .. i.i odai d and untd tin' M.-UI I %  %  who bad tone on strike, %  %  %  n nlaw thai the time bad come when the tuil was wagging the do ii in the con'; %  OSM u£ ul call Dtoderauon in*. i. ca ms i fu b reall i %  .1,. ,'i iright .md ti union could not be brought in %  formal %  •nca to the public. I wu .i d that Mr %  %  i i Lague, %  %  in nlflit ..f the %  , %  .. %  %  matter it arbltratl hic.'i |'i i. il Iledman ( % %  i now ith psvi published notti ., %  i. HerrIHM the Tlie f.n-t,,i. not "' %  ik i I'd a w,ilk-oul %  to ilough. II LI •poll and l %  %  %  case] %  Ento bread when the itrikht DM to the jobs which they stituti*il Bttaad. <>n i nra .( moral ; 11 v to those man who and saved hlfl flour, Mr G fused lo dlaraun the nee %  Bl ithy with the no U :i rordei '•• show nelf newl) sc% %  .-..., i tslgned I loddard and %  i; rttly The Bxeeutive of the lly Saggitturius . Union soppi.itI %  " %  Tlie III.IIT.I went to with Mr. Adams as on. I | : tt. ittCT W • %  greed to ra %  i II Uio right to %  the nan %  mployed, i : y r a parl %  i t having .... %  ret nn theii I lp un the i i ^ct them oul ere Irua, Goddard bad ground of %  ,i ii iv .still beyond mj did not i i ... n Uec Pnen II would have been thai the Trade Union members of thai body could not '!' %  -. had dared to do so, It would have !'-* ould have bean %  ef> ng a set : mad prlnprat one rron being iuuge and pact) in itu> own %  bUM Hut thi .'I.IS given conteal to the R navi eXj rat sail In Uv i a %  he powei of tin li ; .in dictate to iben oflkssals, they bare deliberately M %  A i ,tt as Sec%  iish. ii an) otaun ie privilege would be nbw lo dlaUni light to lUCh l i vlhuc from a usurpation '>f power it a of Mr. Waicoii then might be some .iik ol iion of the Issui %  um %  i The %  %  t* 1 deer ti i tellcctual attalnmenl f > pul I %  Plato In thl i :m a oiffi %  %  i %  %  always b i exception to th> B vhera In tha daa| >. f his mind inmust nigIstar sUenl proti dltton "f thingwhich n i pear less discerning than in really is. tnd • I leh must \ i i au %  ntal dk4urbanei lo ton the Una ;. he K-<\' %  %  thi Ifeetli i %  %  to Indicate tinmental anguish which i whan ihOppo ...... US mty *>f hii piei'tloB i %  leader of the Ho.i"i RJ %  rii.i. I.TUO a pnrt.v in hon.ur of tha • %  M P Mi Len mm *pree. II %  not dSQy toes Hit ithe waterfront worker has lold down as the reward hi his support, but he condeprodi i the incongru* out spectacle f a Barbados scholar nurtu al .! %  waterfront exech intended for vi i nbly. The liiiiisli dm mil Answers Iiv I B. TIMOTHY LONDON. \M.. HUari Council operate In %  | M Council's Report lor vest) leg those aspects of British eivih.s.ilion, toowlsdge of whit! :i;v truiismitiexl through the adminisUTSUVS link, and to aid. by the sharing nt Britain il social and adminisun.< %  thst progresa powardf iriflin is pledged to maintain The Report emphasises that the methods knowledge varies ry to another. In Kast Mauniius and FIJI, lor example, the racial rstettone while in West it is education Uuougn disc, groups anl"Hl by librsrj ssrvkae. In the West Indies, the emphasis is on 'adult education. lOCiSJ welfare and local adnurostratioir. also on growing local intersst m the arts, In Hong Kong, Malaya and Singapore, the suitable channels are "civics ind sociological subjects What does the Council do for Colonia students in Britain ? In the opinion of the Council, "the time has noi yet come when Colonial students an quickly And their feet in Britain." The Report adrnita that despite the efforts of i/oluntai only the fringes of Ihe problem of Colonial students wvlt.u The war years and th ed difncultlei ol Ihe student, it Ii complicatsd the problem of pmriding adequaUly (or the welfare of Colon%  ] stud* Durii ind review, the British Council met 1.900 Colonial students, pal illy on arrival m Britain; half of those were )rovided with accommodation and nearly ill of the Rtudenta were asatstsd In their In troduction to the English way of life or, as] port puts it "to do m Rome ai the R do." Despite extsnl of the Council's work revealed in the annual report. Colonial students in this country continues to be critics! of the Council's welfare work. Something of an answer to these criticism! la found In the Report's conclusion that what reallj matters is "what the British public can be etunulated to do for Colonial students, rather than what the Council itself does." < i I I I. I \ S' DESK and I'lK Kl I IIIAIIIIS I5I.V2 ; m Anllabta -i — 1IMIM All STATIONERY NO IICE Our IIMIIIK :.nBI I Our ClI^liMllrrs .ire .vsk.il I., ,,i > .n .. %  I Ii. n ibopftag nciurdiii^K WILKINSON & HAVMS (().. LTD. Sin MM, lo C. S. PITCHER &. CO. i\ or MI L OUK BUTKICAL DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING On Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th Frida/ 28th SATURDAY 29th. • An echo of the recent Hans Crescent troubles is found in the Report's am phas i i on the fact ih;it "the purpose of the residence in Hans Crescent is not only that it should !• a home tot .* imal] number of students during their first >rr m London, but that it ta centre for the Colonial student population of London." The financial section of the Report %  ttention to the reduction of financial provision for -student welfare work by ill00.000. mi the completion of capital expenditure on ;he residences. Commentir. %  at Hani paid to the discussion led by Six Hugh Foot (now Governor ol Jamaica) on the D* Constitution of Nigeria. The discussion set .* .standard which it wiK .K' hard to maintain," .says the Report. Wivs From ll ri sain LONDON Fr;i f tl %  Peace Treaty has had a mixed reeptton bare. Minions I.I P i|"'i o ,.u i .-.. pui ill | i hnt tO : inlsBd ir the I %  implOB if tree speech it Brhlen .i small group of dJ ware o lii %  dOWB The Bovial Union ind lu two Mends l! list (' %  •! f• MtUl fe*-l they could safi t which Tl.i %  i Iho mnnocuvi%  W BXK inutrs. Amoiitt diplomats th i %  ilrea %  their i Ii hli mggcetl i %  %  • %  round of eVptanai %  %  in tuna n ; Ins in Washington of the "Big 1 s Britain RI i next be ttleatu Pad In then are . John Poatar Dulles for dral I IKRP%  ;rmanv %  %  • %  wUX a n..|n|v be %  %  %  %  %  %  %  m th> lie dei %  %  %  i :hai tha only proof urg) to reinn UermaH ronUngenti in tl I unh ?lr Will I-' .ii %  with its %  n Confei h will folio* u ingtnn meetlns Bui ihl i.iin that Tin Li travel to : i %  %  %  m the treaty itself v ti i. rase %  Kii-nch %  %  with Hinish ..I i Canada tnTeram thaBrtl At a Conference Table ine threi powers would join rorcei to press (heir point.-, each N> hel i Dwa woui i lid on nis-.y But 1 1 meam of %  %  ling Ambaaaadcr the sponsoring .:i vnrii joint actions bj small itroupi. Now In the oi the Japanese Treat>. Ihe t I State* waa plainly the ec With the grcntcst I for her power thouiih ;it th ( Poet •ef mmon%  lie or to I ... %  •trrent A First Novel — By A l/an Who May lit' POM By JOHN REDFERN THK Foundling {Bulehinaom, !'*. OJ.i is %  tiwn I by Cudiral Frtnds Spcllmui, at] New York, who many Americans belicvo miKht well be Ihe next Pope. Cardinal Spellman offers a draught like :c>l.\'ery tea -warm and comforting. A one aimed .solilier from the Kaiser's war ;', %  baby In ; %  corner of the Chnstma.. Crib In St I'.ili ick'H Roman Catholic Cathed%  W Voik. "And while the snow was falling, a city dreamed. %  cabby smiled, and a baby ilepl In the Itrong cradle of a soldier's i %  • ..i n In this eoay eardinejitlal prose one lcarr.s lhat the soldier cannot adopt the baby beteuee hi i PrateMont and the foundling ted Human Catholic. But evcryon,wants to help Soldier and foundling keep close together One follows with mild Interest the pr ogw e a ol the foundling through %  farm institution mane*. Then i Ihe new war, and he is blinded. And the ll reachea for the sugar bowl. 'What', wrong with my eyes major?" :lh the eyes a man has given for ihe defence of his courtlow." • tolerant, and • is obviously concerned With real people real problems. In fact, the I NOTICE OUK DRY GOODS DITAIil.MIM WILL B£ CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — \\ KDNESDAY THURSDAY 26th ^71 Ii and FHsDAY 28th .**.i'#'f"ff##.l JiHh Smp*. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. BACOSIA \e CO. III). DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT REMEMBER \IO\im IS r% v: SELECT TUEXE EARLV ENERGY i OODS SPECIALS Author Sktmm'd Mtlk eOr. per II). ( iMik. IUIIMI rrnlTM Tlmr PMeM 1 per l"lBarlova 1.25 p. Ib-Ua So 2Sc. pre Ih. Oal Klakrs 24.. prr III %  riahfeat Roit 4H-. ( %  US FAMOUS BRANDS Anchor Hur. Anchor K\jp Milk Anchor Kull ( rc*m Milk I'Jr. I|i mi soup. inpin( oflc,. i ni.i il Powdrr QiSPee Geiavei VrcrUblm in UM •ilI udea i .-h Faas iprlaot %  % %  tai Itm | Pi afliea I hi.se .ii Bweari \\r nit-I l! |l I .ill-< %  \ppin i ui..i, on -cc( UmikCHOICE MEATS Ml ll IH I'l "-.liii.iii HaeMecl i tod H kpf4ee GODDAUD'S FOR -r.oi.h nit \nr



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i I I BDAT Bl I'll MRF.R 13. 15! BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'M.I. FIVE Plaintiffs' Counsel Address Court All Day In Christian Mission Chancery Suil TWO OF THE chief points which were stressed by Mr W, W. Rceo K.C I uneel (or plaintitts in the Chriaii-n BtTWW and others versus Hoyte and othets, yesterday before The Hon. The Vice Chancellor. Sii Allan Collymore. were that Rev. Lamer was ulwa\> %  .Mil that whei; the rule said that a meeting of the Repreeentativi place in JanIhal w;is only (iiicclory. Mneed tiiat ti dJ I ihniald be complied with lo argilunle** reasonable it impossible to OUQML coni '' LMWII going un (or Kn argument might be i %  VEW AMBASSADOR el f. : n but kanathlni happened to that, a reasonable OH ereuld !>. %  %  A mistaken method wnRiven t in evidence as to UM COOVI Mission's mnb % % %  "KHni ol UM eh irch ?n. have been taking up everv EJ2? V" to '" ,Uv Christian i %  %  !%  raid, he m %  %  •n during 1949 and 195fl and srho i rowds nf th* ) of hearing. They bring a hearty eating during the break, sit down with all Interest again lo listen to arguments which help I what will be of much moment t> them. Laws Qaataal la) with Mr. Heece quoting lengthy passages from various law books to try to s:rengthen his arguments, it could not very ami. but though .11 wag no other prospect than hearing Mr. React Ul relumed in lull force. McJatad with Mr. J. S. B. Dear, instructed i llutchlnson A; Qinnald. Mr. Adam* associated with Mr. It H. L !!•*. The Vice ( haneellor reminded him that 0.. V I *aid. la Mirh time and place and by VIII li in %  a jJnll be provided for in the live-law*. Tlihvr-Uw, w|d in Janaarv Mr Rrree armed thai dial • %  directorial only. Thr m.-lIng gt| not obliged to be held in January, hut If g— IIIIBIIH happened which pre vent ret it from beln held then. It r..iit.| Iw held In Drcemher If BBMOBHT) That, of rourv WHUM nl he in an extraordlna Death Due To Misadven lure AN FUillT MAN tin returned a verdict of' :.ur" when the Inquiry Into lb*drcumal indinf the death ol Kathnvliia HaU td Wi chaol, ended before Mi c; H Griffith .A.. Coroner' • "A (Catherine HaU arai one of the occupants of the mote \ 097 wim-h overturned on DayreUa Mill Road, S Pour witneaaei nave i-viilence yesU-idas Hall, %  ti mbi i .i. b) i. tl Oust : i dune the OnOtOJ. a K all to > rana Hc*ch and then to BaUatneba Ita -; %  | L Cop) Hall and Handalri if. Tyre Mow s i .. i:ii car I %  ii j shop on %  i i .. %  .. ,i and hat lhaa %  %  bo) ii. wi BI | bad indrink Anothei motor cai M It* . in, up and caught his Ml Whll it was parked >l In* aHop. He 1 I i.l.it.d \1 I'.U.t .ouI HI %  eaihlng .• eurva hi Dayrella ihi he met the mot M th bright lights and off n-id. lie pulled waj at in and m UM inegnua blev. %  %  teleptv i.e pow on the lefl H ;"ll the road. In pulling away l HaU, %  %  i .i then t.. Bat • ibout 5.30 %  after, the ear %  %  i i %  .. it th i i %  minutes eft* the cat was 1 HJft. The dlivei "f UM car she ocIng .i little loo IliU.'ll %  IhC Mde of .in big car (' i %  ind .:. I I b i Door Opeaai M s\. unu od la and UM I I H IDOUM 1-lO-l.iw out of the ear. The car lied for a little -i to th< roraown ol jury, i thai hai l. ... ... H,R ALVARY DOUOI.AS 1 REDPP.ICK OAHCOKlNE. newlv ftUDOlnt Kev. Pastuneete*! BxanbsOn U e*Wtta Amb-iHswio, to Moscow t the ror.lgn OOca altar h III point was that Kev. Id alwajn ton a member 4 tht llaferion. in the ease, he *aid. Rev. Padmoore m rnupm a aeai>. come from the f^-penntendent and Mr. Adams had pieviuusly "'"d "P with the eODBBnt of the aiiued that the meet inn held in "oard. January 1949 tl wuco Rav. '" **tj eaaa, only the corporate ,.,. RM) eOUld have removed Rev appoint* it Oeneral Suparmtaodl-nner from being n member ol ind Uie corporation. That was not a therefore ltcv. Barrows appointmattei for %  atlact body I 1 uld not bold. Tba uaual body had not th P authorltj to cot mm the that unlesthey wen %  ircatmi bad not bean given, by tba corperatt bodj %  %  >' churcnw had to purpose. ntentattvei xt it UM elaetson, having preMr Adams nud that inwould Uv repraset laUvai ; ' • t"' 1 *' by with%  -. | % % %  -I'.-mK Uurj bU ,K,int ..bout Rev. could not vole '-"rier o r Rev. Barrow noi benix • UMlr churchag 1 Instrucmembers, it might uargued %  e ttMJI rOtai -necessfully that they .•.. ii'ied. Mr members. He was willing to withheld on this strength draw that as he had an %  van Rev. Barrow had not stronger point in that they bad nominated by any ol the oI boon nominated. COUld not po*nlbly Mr. Reece went on OjUOitng f om have been vob '"' KiiKiish IJIW reports and I an %  > % %  • to wbstantj %  be tm-eting illegal was the %  rsauneati lie grnj continue his i li,. chrlsaddress today !1 ll ^^~ for 'he meeting had iO be published sometime before t IIUL.K | Not Voting Mr. Recce had addressed lor A hti (l ( uiiLr, ...... bo it <>; UM i %  -,; PJUJH, hearing Ud continuing yesabout l£.H) WW^ %  %  i. I T.''HI /-t tali niontu in Un *,.•,„„! „rhl t Sir Alvnry -civ.it *Coti-ul Oeaeral at T*:-.. Political >preiitauvr In Japan, with the ran., ni M BXPUal • (ore turned over. On bin : % % %  m Uie ..i lie mothei tn-la v.isrtting m tbi fl nt the cai with the chauffoui .... v i i,!i hand drive the did not know whetbei Ui • oad %  et LUIHIHT Blocks Walerfronl d i or OVER l60,0uo feet of lumber w.-. vaterfronl of the mnd er pan <• made lab i J" UM I i ...i "ii the mgiit i D lyreUa lidi m th.it was i|. • -,.,.,. -,-,the motoi ii x 9ft tight %  m the left I Turning. tt fund end rear whea h "f %  5 feet fi inch of approxlmati I which !• %  1 i a in. ii arrived in „. .. n paS | t HIiM.d Main Ti. itter was 4 ft. 1 aid rod leep At a dis' % % %  btm i to UM rear %  ' %  %  | ... %  sod along ... K %  i. Hall, wh. I .ii ins right, began u catch el UM d iw b • Ing I a the cai swayed along the road Finally, tincai want Into th trench and overl When iht Ml K itheruM Halt wee not ui it She we .i'.' .' I feet UM road behind the i n Thi %  nth hlrnaall HandeU and Handall %  %  %  a affoctad hi raa He did not know whet %  II. .ii Fell out ol UM cat driving d attnut thre. frorii UM guttor on I i ti.i ii gboul IB ntiiepei hour hire Dexlroya House Ami Car \ ( UM I It is no* he wharl %  :. ,,L of 1 ."ii as one %  arrived. i 'r f the chll liaiidleaps In %  lumbei mi the wharf, clerk said, ll Uli en %  tell then. limited or king th lumber %  it cli ared of the No Rattle H< bold the fonnian thai < wa certain UM dow vat d i ail-"' lie WOUld have h. .1 tiif d w er e not closed Ho eoult rnhei %  aeuuj lha doot %  lew owl He I'" 1 any drink for UM daj :: %  %  %  <• % %  %  I the In UM m % %  %  %  on Da) H 1 H 1 %  ie got ,: 1 ,'. uid 'I"' foranuui curve, h X •' %  overiun ,. ,. drj when ha He loo* UM deceased to the a ,. %  ihere. The left fronl lyre of ral Hospital Will. 1 from the gutu 1 1 %  1. feet froi tui i,i in.tyre mat %  Jn TheHomeTothfy 1 origin at he -aid that th, roi UM election of .. SuiM-rmtendand anoupod house iuu? 1H bv 7 • ., in,-.dint U %  net, but one of the RepreHousehold furniture and a M\ %  ol the churches. The cylBldei Humba OU %  „„. h ., %  were not voting, but the Inaured to, eMO Dna*artt ,,i awe, and it the Ralph Ltntoo ware also" bunit churches were entitled to sit m UM th nroyed bi UM Mf ira was a radio %  '"ii .7. propertr -. Husheii of Duncan St Philip, %  %  ini PUbUC H, I'JOB. .1 bill to Govern! %  inn to UM I I Hill f> %  had blown part ,.r UM t m ••< Ine blown 1M. axtdn,.| v dai 1 %  was a left right iu ve roing down, Ttie %  1 the i to b> He was di v in peed of ab ul 10 Si i. tor car X n '' %  %  %  ... from '! %  ernal i % %  %  in "• i tnti.i and uv , ., the UTI' MI.II i %  [trust's Rainfall Above The Average Director Of Agriculture VOUld be need for the n-, I Mi. Aii.m s made abject Hi aid that the oth. aide would have a flrM i Idlng were %  tr R" On Sal Carltea of Ti] . Rood, wax arrested and charge" y abai Mr. H Int was thn'. With Inflict ing unevou-'. l-id> Mr. Mapp in:.not have a harm on Myrtle Garner of Har'"g of an Adore right to UM catling vote. U Land, Hlndabury Road, locally ul. ing on Igfa it Oanier. wb %  Wealed, Charged gjernor rciaung to I Biewatarfiand taking i %  9 ii chart"I.*" m I h 1 .-,_ %  %  Gap with %  Mend on UM night of iwed to give '*"* 6. was wounded. ., rule u.i He argueil that UM Belectad bodyhad Do 1 thi. frail otbei than %  ing in mind %  oil thrice that tinTh „ xu t, i •; £ -live men %  Out ConmeUuo to bo played Under "P %  laung to tin i wned A %  .....us rainfall %  of UM I Lai %  %  antf IJ-ai long Pen TI .,.r,..e i„i,l rainfall for ing Due to UM BTOksngad H pplyta* OMl onlj! I' ;;;;; nl(i J ,J ., more were planted In add) the whole ..re some'lian Is usual at %  but are nevertheli ttoe la what st month's report is. peasants Itltd; I M i< par lb bers. The .Mission Herald wen rough -i nota %  'i. Herald and th.' %  . UM statute would not be e of thi*. Stabbing Inquiry Adjourned Representatives could moned In any othrM In the case, th .... ble the sdlctour have had to poot P o no all gamcri \ -t tho Aquatic Club foi irately one mtk ,, \ ho die I Ropes and one of the CI-II|H. I have to be repaired l %  : %  night. league can be re-started. Certain Beptl ither n-palrs to their gear ha\ %  A COI • %  if Dtsl n beet %  Be B. Oi Ifllth >• %  %  %  lation did not have i sday. t %  1 %  abovem I %  UM oarl n •>< M Ai u the '" %  %  > staUon St PhlUp ISM' I) the Stmar t BJM complete papall hauaa rat u at d fro of Trinidad Ua 1 %  ly and. p 1 ini.o 1 v.,v.^'/V.v.vvv,v*r^'//,v,v///,v,v/,v,V/V.v/,v,' vv.y/,v//,',-.v,v.v/ ,v/..///////////'V////'V/'V''' SPECIALS OF POTATOES lOlbs %c. ONIONS lOlbs. $1.08 Condensed MILK M l.voporled MILK TO-DAYS FOOD BUYS l raw fordo t I illil* per Tin 14$ UPS* Juni,^ I ...,dper Tin 31 < Up** ruh. rsMls per Tin 26 -..ir.i.e.-. per tin IB ir.l.f. per dor. I 6% Aprieot Juke per Tin 40 i'.ri.i i letag gagas 1 35 Corned Miitt.ni per Tin * Lipton* t'renrh to flee 11 K. ii lea i leant Mb ll |0 gM,W HI,; II ii..-i Up to it ... '....,1 ( often Sr.*.l llislr.lmlion ...i : %  %  I4BI %  %  ontlntwd durl U Ii monlh. ll JUMI li i it ill / FRESH SHIPMENT i*i HI* \ i nuns ALSO i Hit K IIIIMIIS OF SPECIFY EVE HUE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND ITJRNALL ASBESTOS WOOD. .-.v,*.-.---.*.*./ II YOI-I.I. HI. HI-.; 0 '"* L -aw in:i,it.iin:n *\ ^ n 11 II rut. 7 \ / NKSfriS run sormi WOOLLBNS BUGHTKK SILKS I i MI i/./. i(i i! tuirm um OM! S'f/' ul till l.eutlinu Slttrf* HARRISON'S Broad SI SFiH K-l \lil.\f. NOTICE OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY ARE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TO NOTE THAT ALL OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENTS WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE PURPOSE OF STOCK-TAKING ON TUESDAY 25th SEPT WEDNESDAY 26th „ THURSDAY 27th „ IB IHI BBS PAYMENTS AGAINST ACCOUNTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND RECEIPTS ISSUED ON THE DAYS MENTIONED %  e • 11. .I.i-uil Jones & Co., Ltd.—Diitributon. Till) ABOVE NOTICE DOES NOT %  U'l'I.VI'OTlll s r.c K BOOKBTOU Wllll II Will. Ill OFEM Kilt ... Ill 8INI ss \s USUAL. C. F. HARRISON & CO. BARBADOS LTD. sr.txsFi-SLii. si II n A in. i. in. '.VSS.'.'.'.'.'SS^.'.'.%%V.V'^VS''VSASSSSSSXAIVJ'SSSSSSW y.ww.'.-,v/,'/.',v/.','.',v/.v.'//,'.'//y.'A'.'.y. FAMOUS nil miHI.H OVEH REXALL PRODUCTS Wf NOW OffiR CoM A: Inn... n/.. MIzteM < nc^li MlvItir.( Ii. MM, ,1 I ,...,I Cad I .... oil Uni.il.i.n. IIMMI.M l(, \ (.Ivrrrin iTi.v.ni.l ( o Itl.ll.fl I'll i Ii. I (ream of Ma0 I ,lil. i i Mil DRI s H \MHCM -^ BI P KNIGHTS DKKi STORES •: % %  :<. JrObkonbin the most beautiful cloths you have seen lor a long while. See them for yourself {] SHOT DUCHESSE SATIN $6.18 A classy looking material lot sventflg "i cocktail dresaes. 36" wide, per yard FLOWERED CREPES Bcauliful patterns for all occasions. '!>" .^iilir. 2>*. • jZ. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street



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r\r.i six BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl I -.!> \Y i I'll Mill i; 25 l5l HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ^* MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY *•/-... \ ..-5 31BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG "PEEK FREAN %  (HHII AIVS BEST IHMI ITS) OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STOKES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING )•> biMSbf PILES Ttopptd In It MUut >•' '•-•"fi •• • -<,•. (rWn %  MWI r. *• .... • '.,<• %  m-MI •!• ,.„r Teelh Loose Gums Bleed '-" -lop* Bill* I I Amosan THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER J ^^^t%'tfU* r '^^^^^^^**^^^-*'*^*^^^^^^^^^i'''^^^^^^^^^^^^**''''''''''''''' -'-'---'--'-'-*-'''•*-'•NOTICE TO IMPORTERS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS \ %  • I MJtJ UXE WHSN r C*I-L ou • %  (X-O-fc" ^^^r44 /r LOCK *T V GvK/ A*' 1 win. i -.( MAtgO^tX TWA 6*LHMANVMO 'aDMB THAT l?Lf9G PC*. Li-JO P*4 OHMV JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS III Wf II %  i vr i 'i %  iveffv ii -c HI 7/ .v v.. T i Ms*" RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that tliey have been informed by their Principals that clue to the high coat of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st B*pt ber, 1951, will bear the following clause:— "WAREHOUSING EXPENSES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF OVERTIME, FOR ACCOUNT OF THE CONSIGNEE This means that the normal warehousing charges incurred at this port will be collected from consignees here. The present Warehousing charges are as follows:POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of 88 lbs, and over 25 cents per a POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of under 88 lbs. 15 cents per crate ALL OTHER CARGO—$3 00 per ton weight or measurement whichever is larger with a minimum of 50 cents. The terms of delivery for CEMENT, MANURES EXPLOSIVES will be free from alongside; i e. all Lighterage and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for account of Consignee, and will be collected from here. Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of these charges GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING THAT THESE CHARGES HAVE BEEN PAID S P MUSSON SON & CO LTD Agents Royal Netherlands Steamship Company. R M JONES & CO LTD., Agents Compagnie Generate Transatlantique IIIICi: HOOK Nlilch M.ik.s \ GODS WAY OF I SALVATION PLAIN" ,M-ilc for our i 9 t Koberln. OMP< I ft r ...k .ULII i tj. I Sum \ %  ml Avi'iiur. H*na Bor N. Ireland." I ;. il HAVS NEWS H ASH v\ \ 11.1! PISTOLS AT JOHNSON 8 STATIO NEBV Chaap TEA CUPS .„„! BAI .His JOHNSON S HABDWABI JlSf REltlYEP M..c.ircni Ii Ch** Swet Corn (Sn:al1> .. Royal CutUrd Powder ., C ft S In-Unt Coflee „ Tomato Juice .. Hamburger Steak „ Mined B*rl ft Or**l ,. Milo .. Tono .. Oat JI*1 l>kROKI I AD Bran Sandwich Spread Pkg DatM INC.E & Co. Ltd. I G, 7, ft 1> Roebnck St. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPP-IAL ofo,^ fo a || Q S |, an( j Crgjj, Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tint; Cambridge Sausage (16 oz.) 68 S3 Tins Colmans Mustard 58 S3 Tins Heinz Vegetable Soup 31 3ft Pkgs. Quaker Oats 54 IB Pkgs. Tower Table Jellies 0 ftp.) 42 3S Tins Hu 9 ho Fruit Salad 101 M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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ESTABLlbHED 1895 TTESDAY. SKPTKBF.R IS I-KIO H. KING NOT YET OUT OF DANGER DOCTORS REMOVE A LUNG AND A RIB Britain Will Get Council Of Stale LONDON, Sept. 24 J^INO GEORGE dozed to day under the influence of a drug to relieve the pain from a major operation on his lung and a sad and worried court official said it would be two or three days before any real hope could be^in. The King's doctors issued three cautious bulletins since the operation wherein all or part of one lung was removed and at least one rib taken out to give surgeons access to the diseased lung. But they have been unable yet to state that the operation was successful and are unlikely to be able to do so before the end of the week. Their first concern was that the Monarch would recover from the terrific shock such a major opera tion causes. At Buckingham now converted into a temporary hospital with every device of modern medical science, the keynote was great anxiety. A court official who visited the Palace to-day said: "I will be a very unhappy n an for the next three days. It will be that Ion? be'.ore doctors can begin to have any real hope or basis for concluding that their work may be successful." Mil ArtvarJve If '•' %  Churchill sympathy in the Q U %  .wl-.li with DU1 %  %  its ;>rr with ) Pr i neonIt Is Mil U %  UM Km* IT I ruUj I* %  humble obedient C R vi .'. Churchill. Clement Dnvi. Ih. Qw Attic* V ;md I artChurchill and to Mr DavbN fOC UM kind lan the rulflln i the Kiu i %  %  (oration to hri.lt h W* ftlVjeeVply .. your Ihought ..f ua at this moment <>t i"i'i\ ELIZABETH R." Regency ; UM nut en it Be n a %  a*k ibout hei two children knowing In her heart that in I %  %  the term U 25 Princess Elizabeth had l'mkwl forward %  and motht Bin u Queen ADVOCATE JCA RELIEF FUND THE fund tfala movrd forward rtateraaj hul Bl| %  lawly. nere ire latent eriee inland HubM-ribhiK in i 1 il'-..r NIK IJU. hut havp mil jet got J round to It. This slow aarM i* raw appeteantty. OR ii ovn NOW Fix MM io.im milil have done raw tats Matte to %  "•nd iff I* either "' BM •'i' 1 Iraafci el dirrct to the i tenter it teu oltlce. You jnt lo. to il<> il iv. II f the iklns rnovm-it fr.iti. i, •. lam aaecaHaa hr facet hie u %  araal-kanlUL Oean< rll nl Htaaa la help htm rri-n tr Hi • uhil'i. a I >: %  > % %  > tahtt) \nd in hl(h qujrtrr* UM uord rtsjencj i* •% %  brink in aUeaed fiat ihr inri hane. I Council Regent. Elizabeth, would be ateurntpg %  role In which there is nttu< time Little Prim t Charles a vember and one-] i %  ijred mil m the In hospital at Bujctdnfhati frnir hundred milet to tl 1 .(... %  • %  ndpe"*" tore ntwenerbut Prlnct^s Anno is learning b) i %  [ \ %  • i. n Prime Mlnurtei ... transatl M %  Si i... i %  i | Mtn %  • %  %  %  %  V from the %  i.i si Umrent •that the moat i :he health ol thi K I .nl %  in the i U ol Hei Royal %  %  fniind deeli I —r.p. Nighl Haiders Bomb Trucks HriH AIH PORCB H.y %  on roads loaduiK to the %  n : BOO. tha a i U2d light bombers n the vtctniu %  I %  i Communist %  the night reported l .. K %  I Yanggu, %  I Slow I <\\ amounb uf mail %  %  pajlnf in tilled Allied Um InunedldeadJ flat I %  I by i %  louth Koipttal Three i planei %  port i %  iitoi The third %  1 M PeefchM twice i' Communist shi re bet: % %  rounds from Ova-inch ..• | i i 00 known %  > i r \\i\M\ And Altltf To Make "IViwi" LONDON, BV Mr Clemen! %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  -IP £10,000,000 Will Be rVvailaUe Tor JYa IIiirricuiHRelief KIN'.. pi 2\ %  elfi and li ...i, from England. 0 iu'ludliiK %  %  I "i from In1 %  % %  : %  ,. fnnii Gbt %  ; million from utlul lea I'uhii. ipoly, and II %  r IIIK comn %  %  E 10.0(10.000 to I %  t,00 Houi Int. it hemes %  iCP> AtOinit(^l[uuil\ .! ihon i %  Aii. iiI %  en ml %  %  %  — IP H'.l. roiiM.i IIAIIII llll MXItSII BARBADOS HIT .'{97 LSEcOllOIIlislrStudy Ways To Help (ierman\ n* \ i m.-.i \ WASHINGTOh I Oehctals mU United Bti %  %  itudylna n % %  %  %  Iral i i \ %  x)nietime * fh the ^ lea ••< film in • iT i TI*; poem Into the Reewblh I tai xhorUiKi i %  i. •' t.i have .'.,-.-.! Ill ...ti HI II. l. I H| el U s expected lion in the w< I error' TI>,' UI \t i Minting, on Herman econont] %  urden %  UOed Count i i i DfaaWklUaa dim. uitlea ad bj luulse id. Balance Of Forces Only Can Prevent World War III — De (ia8iH>ri A ASH1NOTON. Sept. 24. Italian Prcmiei Alcidi '(• Gasperi, told Congress toil la now clear' Ibai . imrd world war will come %  i. Free World eeruarveai totem powerful t-nounh %  < force -t Communism. M muat" be Averted if possible. But if it I halv will be in the solid front for freedom. — De Gnsjieil frankly asked f"i mon i' s .it.i mch .ls at coniii.iii.pii i i-i railed to .ivrrt. the Italian peopb Id si ind by lo • nnimtin%  i. |. 11 who a?i welcomed bj Trun ti other to) offlctali on hit arrn.ii hare ipoke lo |alnl meeuai %  ;in n< 9 f Important %  ion officials ati itab from what llalleiai '"I ;o hursh treuty ol the W %  • i ni BTU %  II i -il utotdi m: Tin %  .mi the iWeral AepubuV n have ti BUoVtenl Induatnal apacttj t" handle tnj productloi | iv.i\ to i % %  ; i %  % %  i MUII.UI ,\ %  %  foraujn [rad> ng at the rate "f %  n •" ei $.noa.iKH.(i"i ... i.. A large rrac • "i thii nun hsn ren set % %  rlntei %  %  I < \ o Gem inj whi wilt i nut to eomewhat DM during the eurrert Baeai vaai will tl beat in idequate%  the economii %  onverslon t<> defence nrodui lion 1. 1 ordlna t<> theai fore U s official! en meant inner than direx I %  aid t" h.ip Oenuan build up h* hunt curranc} re %  -i r •Buzz" Butlrr To Pay Cosls No Merit In His Appeal <*• On <>.r.^a-i I' i: l < >f -SPAIN fit I'll. n thai % %  %  -'I ii appeal agninsl iniivnti i irllei tiiH %  of tnaCom* %  P %  iftt i I %  %  | i i %  %  I I %  i um rei pectfully iul sou. tha' %  . . I leavi i. to m> numl le petition," be cool Courl tgreed tl ..[ i-'ul M Kven %  ,itrr. "Mil %  %  %  the Courl i| Ja then bleh l car .... | I I out .! : who hi.' I %  ,i promised him Umt ha will be heard .n> In warm terma ! %  Gtsperl hanked Cnngrcas for aid to hi' rountry I I iropi geneiaii> vtr He said this coun< •E %  "ii ii.i tit si battle In making tare ol lh< i ouV •< rival ol Europa i ountrlea as free 1 i of ii,. lore "is i>. Soviet Rustle tnd work) Comi | ^ %  ttroutjri tan) that n i %  oui •ill . well lent He %  lid % %  >' Kuropi it Had vll rlum .•nd ar f..i she B*1U I' %  > %  ihe defanca oi KUI|.MII (r.'t.Ti.. Hi i ;.. i > i %  %  %  head ux Ihej •'•iKiiri lt-l> o mtn wants ;n<\ in or mlliI U' glvelobt to 2.000 addressed .(um unemployed "We .isk rou U la %  i. %  •' %  %  jHtntti whlcl ill need%  ork Si ondly, he expraati I gratefulnps* a free m'n to ft* it HiUnited took the lead In tea hln i '•" ". in %  I I' KESTLED close to the Blu* MoonUi..from tha hurricane. Photo ibow* storeroom on the Coaaaooi sun and air. Send In ^ our Package Now! %  %  %  %  r i iy last. Colomble taking the %  %  p %  l %  I %  p tl is extren %  i %  n %  %  %  %  .i %  ... tituti %  awaiting our help Mechanic On Vfaiisluiighier frJMiyr • lr-m Our Ows CtflfseeettttBl st QBOROl B Oreo* Mr. Unmanufl Crul DO] -i PUblli Work* Depart merit $2,000 connequent on a mauslaughlar chai ge praferrad ;tgin*t him in ;. with a ro;.': eath. ..re liemv rcurnatancat. • is were accorded %  | ..!..; %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  tendance and aiming the present I trator, Superintendent and (DeoutV Superintendent %  p tie wni im ilck leave at the time of hi* death Supply TalksBegin In IJ.K. LONDON. s.pi .'i While t ilk fro ham Palace told "i Klnj uci i ondluon, Comi a fo the nisi UnitIn hi-tiii y mi M In i,, n.,1.. i>i.in f.., Unking proBui i i il the lit i%  | i in-. Prime Mlnlttei %  poke of tin pet %  I anxiety" throughout the Bmplii received Mini I onwealui coui li %  cabtnel at HI Downli erhere the tveeli it to ! %  held i Rtokt Lord Prtvj Beal .lint .i mlnitti > roi i < %  --. %  i l la onference Stol i to jaunt out ho Co thai lltl % %  Iff] % % % %  Il porao beneflta of hlgli %  to ihe devetopfneol of i produelni and Iruluatrl trite .iiik*He bio %  . %  %  to Common* telu %  I-f.-n %  efforfa MARSHALL-] Ml li.G. Reply With 178 Without Lou (llemltm Gibbt (*ets 105 By O S COPPIN OEOKGETOWN r Sept. 24. ** JJRITISH GUIANA'S opening batsmen, left/ h.uuier Glendon Gibbs and ri^ht hander ." Wight completely broke the back of the Barb bowling attack to day when opening B.G.'s flrst^iriy nings at 1.52 p.m. Thov put on 178 by close of play without loss in reply tj Barbados' first innings of • 397. With the excepti< D ot Norman Marshall, all Barbados bowlers look M innocuous on the perfect Bourtla wicket'. Barl t'os carried the over week score of 309 for five wic! ets to 397, Norman Marshall C&rrylDg his Sat unlay Individual total of 95 to a top score of 134. R ill for lha Hath wick. l>h-tiHK tlihip ol the inn i KeraJtaH IM %  %  %  %  %  %  %  inIndlvi i %  i. %  iMttina i %  %  i %  i %  %  tlii'niKh Ihe Up tli Ij I. bowbn %  in front of the i I minute M 121 tr t Ihe thlrtli 1 %  %  i Hi %  %  %  .11 %  %  41 HHi In III %  'uillH'illoi' IVif'S For 7th Time To Gel IsaiT Lifted POftl %  I i : by the British Oultnj %  Colon* 1 1 i ouncllloi C li Ifath II of tl tlon Is makliiK hl rv I %  UM ban lifted %  itrtfj thi CouneUloi ., l | i %  ii. tha Ktirvt ..t ihe Bi itl I | pany with Mr. MIIIK-H < rt< hli i. %  the 1 in lit; dellvi red i tertes <.l le. tun on ihe laboui the Colonl il "f hc( most rr< per I fully Ihet ynu %  %  1 ISM I <*•* to reft %  P M. Hei %  %  i. ..inns M | %  In .1 i-h rreeb -'ii tround iii<' I IM Thaniff" 1 %  bell on UM %  |TI I 1 th llll |I4|I H II. MaAhell


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r \.i BARBADOS ADVOCATE II i 5DA1 MITIMM.K H, 1951 Qahib (fatting M Spent Seven Months M %  For Sugar Talks H ON'l SfMDt r.rr rr Holidays POCKET CARTOON %  "OJC., <„>,.' Of I yew not" Lawyer, Journalist And Author %  Fogarty (It doe i Ltd. an nUrtu %  Hum England and ihv • KM had bern on M' Off to Anlifu. I •ado. lu will Operation Siren Starts Paris Ron ml-Up ii' BAH WIIIII: %  i >i PIKI: i \-i %  %  > ~iimt%  I. not Hi DAYINC Aettf a ba goo>l aiui I \dvacalr which excellent paper aj (,. btSM %  famous First ih<-ii :i After Ten Years Leaving Thursday —m il \ \1 ivu.^wa.M.racalbo. >i i %  i %  %  '•• %  * %  5, %  ,,„'.... u i "olyq whom hi h rougl ' %  '""" %  %  ; %  ... B W l A %  ui %  „. and i %  ire alaylm Bl 1 %  I'Altis. WITH their cloaks flying, baton-' tity at th read I ,_,, .J, tn „. , ,. v, .,.,* %  Fin pouce nave launched %  f -rticlea I loan up Ihis city % %  hlch generations of tourists have pjCS3? Mivx,.,,,., tnm. c:_# !/:.:• J Two vast police operations, both Hi i tRUiflcd by military aounditi.' 'ockel money, a* Ihe Champa Ely sees, both proSflOUfltl i<> be -Lie to afford trv '"uead a Sluilgjslj 'mall catch. In the Opeia area, out of 1.231 I people <:. %  .., of Uw only eight were a nested. In t ass. i,35 detainees yielded a paltry 12 >u*pects. in the Champa Bysaas raid podon %  "'" %  I handaome Fren. h nlm star Jean MaraJa as he sboul to stap into bu ear Explain I tactfully, ml apologmn* t<> M-i.iu l-U-r. "You .look loo proaperoui tor OB. Jrouia: m i IF1 MM. Kill *N \I 1 :>• A :n Visit i I iiid UiUe daugt '• %  i I .1 Mnrn. .!,> They B W.I.A %  voaa UO sad "ill !•• %  leaving Saturday. .'.iving at the Orean H Mr. Dicker who I t department of the Shell %  unique is also Caribbean Petrol.author of atxtaen hook*, some told Carib yesterday that h deal with law. and ind he had been doing quite %  bat A aight seeing and among the the] had visited were Sam : Back to Trinidad Students Return to School Ith i M %  W11 Shell %  %  %  %  %  1 %  i h --I Back From U.K. Holiday %  t BROWN I i i of Dominica, r.C-A. from %  %  %  IB <; Intransit M From Antigua Brought Son To School I! W.I A %  1 % %  %  I NTRANSII ting t.' %  %  Heli on rooi in' nlni In It.W.I.A nUgtll i M.ijor A eroi ihr %  FitaPatiieli Orahon and %  PortHrf-Spaui i by Mi SltVl Mi A I).. Silv.t l % %  i % %  In iind Mr. M. "f Flt7n and Co. From arty a ill be %  oliuj • >II lo St KIM bi Ian retununi to Excellent Accommodation ir.1 from I V I8ITORS lo Trtnidad would Quest Hou* %  I M ,s i M Off To St. Kitt, II. SETII WHITE, l-r.-i.lcnl %  irfl !'..".! inn ,.f s.v.>nUi I)... AdvcnIcfl by HW.I.A. "II Filclny %  Kins. \mrriran CMmMit A Kremlin Miss %  Mh Mi tic,i MiMireeu ll.iil U i:;li, BsaglBaM FOt K VKAKS of laborator) ' %  %  NO a*A( i • i in %  Dr. Andrew K : %  %  he has been spot L In %  %  .. run,;. -.-,,. %  i i *,.^i n 1; %  n "' ,ul '' %  '"' ,'wlil have to be Justin. . %  aad] w give the aluiiilia lirst roau aaai To nil m |. gaining In pn ..i fuel Uai i;ic is -blind 1 indfolded u.s „ sign ol is now i %  She will look the world with open i yes fn tbi lop ol Waaxunigtona new %  %  I rthoua. '' rt '" Ult IKlilindfiilded: o v .t i \(..\IN ttltacl IT. order to i %  % % %  Mth clear %  !. om London i '' eld 1 Ihe i %  Cetiri M A ppenl think that perllla Nellson is ',"'' Ha,i < K->>///<• Tone \ London -IIIP result "f -II thi police acj i (a ( in Eun tivlly is that there is considerable i grallon from still unraided diaGond-Bve, Josephine UTCUJ like Hontmartre Into the which have already been Josephine Baker ts plann WHEN u boy goes to find his .-ided—on the Ihcory that Kkeja •.',,.ghoii UaO StagM the name of his schoollnie now safe for some lime to l Muniry hotel B ounls a lot. say, London tr.it liinr her husband I [o BOtlUAnd if he has to admit Why ,.,t Mlaa Another astpianatkio i& that ttk aegtjgBsasjdail daratri I., tin Flflirh poUOO '' oari foUls Thvj Said "Steaks" Hah workers from 1 "ikCoini.thave already leit IVanee. lutrapton awurde-i nrts sti <|iievlMin bv i in.nk King Farouk has bean taking %  keep interest in the mysterv of i ( %  ises were Maclean and Bun.es*. Ihe missiru; 'ini '• B*aorHForeign Offlee oCAciall The KJn| h.,.i,]-.icne Thei knew ilclean well when he a it r'-r /fesenvd i i ~ May fair Tips A Christmas Winner By JON BOM E WHAT an the .luluir.n I, BhlODS In Marfkll — when ,t v to book*? r/oii Street bo"ksho|> direcyoe BucbaaBA, sayj emphasis In hctlon Is on Monsarrat's. The CriMl > • 1 Graham Greene's End of the Affair. And mui-IWUon" Easy favourite laltc. Churchill, u iSngbsh by Chrlsiopfaei sr-up: Hun. CountT) House.. I cosl-s JJa .M.....Ir. y\„r ..ml S for panwphofw enUiualasts. Tin* Krciiiil Ciuule. What does Mi. Buchanan tip for Chriabnas seJasf sir PredericK i ,.| I:,:-' iiriKii*. dug) November. A thriller bj hfJchae] Irn i ill' l';n. Pfnlng from Qollancg. '.. publisher| to superlativeg, Says ha put it down Innas ini ome the new ffirrhaa A I Bridge, by Hammond Innes, eomUl| from Cullilii, makes them SBJ "Britain's leuding adventure stoi \ arrttar.^ Innes. it seem*, must IK* good tot yen. I I v en %  rut ttMBBaai | — M*5sT, of Bl Af A B-TOV'-N I in ... 1.1 as gf_/T_/ m DaMNSO kOSS NAOMI DI L '*'" DOM i Bt '• sot n ro i\ i v. uta %  a i a WOMAN ON PIER 13" & "FIGHT FILM" G*. COOPE* I** ROMAN DALLAS" i. "' %  %  %  % %  -Mi vi %  %  ; -FOLLOW THE SUN • M-M hv; \\\ DM M> \\ g III! RSDA1 1.45 A 111 M %  M i'" i inUODIAK LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT James CRAIG READY OLYMPIC TO-I>\ A iminii'! .; S.3U a HIS DOUBLE %  DE CARLO HOD CAMERON 'THE LADY OBJECTS' and MIKEl. CONRAD In ARCTIC MAN HUNT' IT \/,.\ Dial i-iu %  Mh %  .. T*-U, MiiMi f Tt'lO'lN U \ II IV THf. GAltlltN — ST. JAMES vNi.is rA It.I | II %  Alt 1.1 'AY OUT 4 30 und .; MIOEi MAS "ODD MAN OUT" und BLACK CAT" ALLAN LADD ft**' ft** IHIYAI. lASf I SHOWS TII-IM1 4.30 ii B.n .1I1.UK Doublr 0INI .'.I'TRY KINO OF THE COWBOYS In "INDIAN TERRITORY WARNER BAXTER In "STATE PENITENTIARY EXCITEMENT IIINS HIGH HI DM Mm \ rin rsim CM sis TED DONALDSON in "RUSTY SAVES A LIFE LAST OF THE RED MEN" CROSSWORD 1 r 1 ^^ %  r %  J T 1 .S % %  •. AOI ATIC Cl.liSt IIXEHA (Memb... Only) IO-NM-III l<> DM HDA1 Ml. 111. .tl S....I MAI1M:I. TO-MORROH ..I '.p.m. THE GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST in Ti Bank '-ini Co-starring .... Yvonne DcCAHLO — i N r, Jolll. A unit Picture II O V V t.i.om: '.::*,'*'.•,',*,:',*,;; LAST %  BBOWI TO-DA1 4.45 a K 15 KANSAS RAIDEHS ^ TO-UAY SI I %  IM I...I nhawlni Jrc *( Frank JAM! in %  TIM. CillKAT MISSIHH1 KTtl)" ril-MORKIIH And TIII'IIKUAY 4.45 A 11.15 H.M. • CUmUMOB 1.....1.H SCOTT ill -l-AII) IN Hl.l. and "MB. B8CKXBSS' William EYTHl: 11. 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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: Tuesday, September 25, 1951
Frequency: daily
regular
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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ESTABLlbHED 1895
TTESDAY. SKPTK- BF.R IS
I-KIO H.
KING NOT YET OUT OF DANGER
DOCTORS REMOVE A
LUNG AND A RIB
Britain Will Get
Council Of Stale
LONDON, Sept. 24
J^INO GEORGE dozed to day under the influence
of a drug to relieve the pain from a major
operation on his lung and a sad and worried court
official said it would be two or three days before
any real hope could be^in.
The King's doctors issued three cautious
bulletins since the operation wherein all or part of
one lung was removed and at least one rib taken
out to give surgeons access to the diseased lung.
But they have been unable yet to state that
the operation was successful and are unlikely to be
able to do so before the end of the week.
Their first concern was that the Monarch would
recover from the terrific shock such a major opera
tion causes. At Buckingham now converted into a
temporary hospital with every device of modern
medical science, the keynote was great anxiety.
A court official who visited the Palace to-day
said: "I will be a very unhappy n an for the next
three days. It will be that Ion? be'.ore doctors can
begin to have any real hope or basis for concluding
that their work may be successful." -
Mil
Art-
varJve If '' Churchill
!
sympathy in the Q
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Pr i neon-
It Is Mil
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ruUj I*
humble obedient
C R v- i .'. Churchill.
Clement Dnvi.
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Churchill
and to Mr DavbN fOC UM kind
lan the
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(oration to hri.lt h W* ftlVjeeVply
.. your Ihought ..f ua at
this moment <>t i"i'i\
ELIZABETH R."
Regency
;
Um nut en it Be n a
a*k ibout hei two children know-
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the term
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ADVOCATE JCA
RELIEF FUND
THE fund tfala movrd
forward rtateraaj hul Bl|
lawly. nere ire latent eriee
inland HubM-ribhiK in i1
il'-..r Nik iju. hut havp mil
jet got j round to It. This
slow aarM i* raw appetea-
ntty.
or ii ovn now
Fix MM io. jnd >im milil have done
raw tats
Matte to "nd iff I*
either "' Bm 'i'1 Iraafci el
dirrct to the i tenter it teu
oltlce. You jnt lo. to il<> il
iv. ii f the iklns rnovm-it
fr.iti. i, . lam aaecaHaa hr facet
hie u araal-kanlUL Oean<
rll nl Htaaa la help htm rri-n
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tahtt) \nd in hl(h qujrtrr* UM
uord rtsjencj i* % brink
in aUeaed fiat ihr inri hane.
I Council
Regent.
Elizabeth, would be ateurntpg
role In which there is nttu< time
Little Prim t
Charles a
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hospital at Bujctdnfhati
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A ASH1NOTON. Sept. 24.
Italian Prcmiei Alcidi '( Gasperi, told Congress to-
il la now clear' Ibai . imrd world war will come
i. Free World eeruarveai totem powerful t-nounh
< force -t Communism.
Mmuat" be Averted if possible. But if it
I halv will be in the solid front for freedom.
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making tare ol lh< i......ouV < -
rival ol Europa i ountrlea as free
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sun and air.
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Supply Talks-
Begin In IJ.K.
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ham Palace told "i Klnj
uci i ondluon, Comi
a fo the nisi
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anxiety" throughout the Bmplii
received Mini I
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cabtnel at hi Downli
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Without Lou
(llemltm Gibbt (*ets 105
By O S COPPIN
OEOKGETOWNr Sept. 24. ** "
JJRITISH GUIANA'S opening batsmen, left/
h.uuier Glendon Gibbs and ri^ht hander ."
Wight completely broke the back of the Barb
bowling attack to day when opening B.G.'s flrst^iriy
nings at 1.52 p.m. Thov put on 178 by close of play
without loss in reply tj Barbados' first innings of
397.
With the excepti< D ot Norman Marshall, all
Barbados bowlers look m innocuous on the perfect
Bourtla wicket'. Barl t'os carried the over week
score of 309 for five wic! ets to 397, Norman Marshall
C&rrylDg his Sat unlay Individual total of 95 to a top
score of 134.
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II i 5DA1 MITIMM.K H, 1951
Qahib (fatting
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Spent Seven Months
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For Sugar Talks
HON'l

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r.rr rr Holidays
POCKET CARTOON

"OJC., <>,.' Of I yew not"
Lawyer, Journalist
And Author

Fogarty (It doe i Ltd. an
nUrtu
Hum England and ihv
KM had bern on
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M'!
Off to Anlifu.
I
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Operation Siren Starts
Paris Ron ml-Up
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Aettf a ba Thai
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ilua are v> goo>l aiui I
\dvacalr which
excellent paper
.
aj (,. btSM " famous
First
ih<-ii :i
After Ten Years
Leaving Thursday
mil .
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5, ,,,'.... u i "olyq whom hi h rougl " '""- " ' ; *
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I'Altis.
WITH their cloaks flying, baton-'
tity at th read
I
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f -rticlea I loan up Ihis city
hlch generations of tourists have
pjCS3? Mivx,.,,,., tnm.
c:_# !/:.: J Two vast police operations, both Hi
i tRUiflcd by military aounditi.'
' i wtesL Scviti.1 othtn era pim
R)| The flmt "Oparatu
llrected a- m^ boulaaaiUJi
' the second Saul
fork, has i>ockel money,
a* Ihe Champa Ely sees, both pro- SflOUfltl i<> be -Lie to afford trv
'"uead a Sluilgjslj 'mall catch.
In the Opeia area, out of 1.231 I
people <:. .., of Uw
only eight were a nested. In t
ass. i,35 detainees
yielded a paltry 12 >u*pects.
in the Champa Bysaas raid po- don .
'"'" I handaome Fren. h
nlm star Jean MaraJa as he
sboul to stap into bu ear Explain
I tactfully, ml
apologmn* t<> M-i.iu l-U-r. "You
.look loo proaperoui tor OB.
Jrouia: m i
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Visit
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B W.I.A voaa
UO sad "ill ! leaving Saturday.
.'.iving at the Orean
H *
Mr. Dicker who I
t department of the Shell
unique is also Caribbean Petrol.-
author of atxtaen hook*, some told Carib yesterday that h
deal with law. and ind he had been doing quite bat
A aight seeing and among the
the] had visited were Sam


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arty a ill be oliuj
>ii lo St KIM bi Ian retununi to
Excellent Accommodation
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VI8ITORS lo Trtnidad would
Quest Hou*
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Off To St. Kitt,
II. SETII WHITE, l-r.-i.lcnl
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inn ,.f s.v.>nUi I)... Advcn-
Icfl by HW.I.A. "II Filclny
Kins.
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Dr. Andrew K
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he has been spot
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,'- wlil have to be Justin. .

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iii- lia lirst roau
- aaai To nil
m |.
gaining In pn
..i fuel
Uai i;ic is -blind
1 indfolded u.s sign ol
- is now
i ' She will look
the world with open i yes fn
tbi lop ol Waaxunigtona new
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' ''rt '" Ult Ik- lilindfiilded:
ov.t i \(..\in ttltacl It. order to
i ! Mth clear
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Cetiri M A ppenl
think that perllla Nellson is "..........* ',"'' Ha,i<
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COO a week.
t 11. Ti uman | ka-a-waai
ess than on pne C 10

Rupert and the Sorcerer30
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and
1
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We are having a very good
baUday**. he aald and Baaoed that
hoir onlv regret was U I Hv
length of their stay *--
Old School h
Given >>>///< Tone

\ London
-Iiip result "f -II thi police ac- j i(a.( in Eun
tivlly is that there is considerable
i grallon from still unraided dia- Gond-Bve, Josephine
UTCUJ like Hontmartre Into the
which have already been Josephine Baker ts plann
WHEN u boy goes to find his .-idedon the Ihcory that Kkeja .',,.- ghoii UaO StagM
the name of his schoollnie now safe for some lime to l Muniry hotel B
ounls a lot. say, London tr.it liinr her husband I [o BOtlU-
And if he has to admit Why ,.,<- the i
I to Road school** Itnius' Puatled Partslans shrug their The I
| i. h.ihly (I.H-.
MSI
Ren HoW''. +~
**<*

The I^mdon County ousgafJ
haVf just allereu the
I ii LoiMlon soTbObIb, siihatltuUnsj
hlstosie og kKaJ-lasaraal titles ana
"hleaaaiit-soundlng" names.
Tht SOn schools are the llrst
Si tlumwind to l n
xt few years,
Afler RuiKtcvcIt
rah choo) foi
i bildran In r'addlng-
Hampstcwl have been
named after President B
I .. i. hmisrir ., ,v;.lM.
At Hrockley. Mantle Bead
Benloi School has become
Thornas Wolaay Benlor School.
C'laphani Central has been
amed Aristotle.
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of I'uiit.iTiir geal not e bu ma, an
\ ...-eum >t Mlaa
Another astpianatkio i& that ttk aegtjgBsasjda-
il daratri
I., tin Flflirh poUOO ''
. oari foUls Thvj Said "Steaks"
Hah workers from
1 "ik- Coin-
i.t- have already leit IVanee. lutrapton awurde-i
nrts sti
<|iievlMin bv i in.nk
King Farouk has bean taking
keep interest in the mysterv of i ( ises were
Maclean and Bun.es*. Ihe missiru; 'ini ' B*aorH-
Foreign Offlee oCAciall The KJn| h.,.i,]-.icne Thei
knew ilclean well when he a
it r'-r /fesenvd
i i ~
May fair Tips A
Christmas Winner
By JON BOM
E WHAT an the .luluir.n
I, BhlODS In Marfkll when ,t
v to book*?
r/oii Street bo"ksho|> direc-
yoe BucbaaBA, sayj
emphasis In hctlon Is on
Monsarrat's. The CriMl > 1
Graham Greene's End of the
Affair.
And mui-IWUon" Easy favourite
laltc. Churchill, u iSngbsh
by Chrlsiopfaei
sr-up:
Hun.
CountT) House..
I cosl-s JJa
.M.....I- r. y\r ..ml S
for panwphofw enUiua-
lasts. Tin* Krciiiil Ciuule.
What does Mi. Buchanan tip for
Chriabnas seJasf sir PredericK
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iiriKii*. dug) November.
A thriller bj hfJchae] Irn .
i ill' l';n. Pfnlng from
Qollancg. '.. publisher|
to superlativeg, Says ha
put it down Innas in- i
ome the new ffirrhaa a i
Bridge, by Hammond Innes, eom-
Ul| from Cullilii, makes them SBJ
"Britain's leuding adventure stoi \
arrttar.^
Innes. it seem*, must Ik* good
tot yen.
I I v
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rut ttMBBaai |
* M*5sT, of Bl Af A B-TOV'-N
I in ... 1.1 as- gf_/T_/ m DaMNSO
kOSS NAOMI DI*L '*'" DOM i Bt
' sot n ro i\ i v. uta a i a
WOMAN ON PIER 13"
& "FIGHT FILM"
G*. COOPE* I** ROMAN
DALLAS"
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1.45 A 111
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UODIAK
LADY WITHOUT
PASSPORT "
James CRAIG
READY
OLYMPIC
TO-I>\ A iminii'! .;
S.3U a HIS
DOUBLE
DE CARLO
HOD CAMERON
'THE LADY OBJECTS'
and
MIKEl. CONRAD In
ARCTIC MAN HUNT'
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THf. GAltlltN ST. JAMES
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MIOEi MAS
"ODD MAN OUT"
und
BLACK CAT"
ALLAN LADD
ft**'
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IHIYAI.
lASf I SHOWS TII-IM1
4.30 ii B.n
. .1i1.uk Doublr
0INI .'.I'TRY KINO OF THE
COWBOYS In
"INDIAN
TERRITORY "
WARNER BAXTER
In
"STATE
PENITENTIARY "
EXCITEMENT IIINS HIGH
hi DM Mm \ rin rsim
CM sis
TED DONALDSON in
"RUSTY SAVES A
LIFE "
LAST OF THE RED
MEN"
CROSSWORD
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MAI1M:i. TO-MORROH ..I '.p.m.
THE GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST
in Ti Bank '-ini
Co-starring ....
Yvonne DcCAHLO i N r,
Jolll.
A unit Picture
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LAST BBOWI TO-DA1
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KANSAS
RAIDEHS
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in TIM. CillKAT MISSIHH1 KTtl)"
ril-MORKIIH And TIII'IIKUAY 4.45 A 11.15 H.M.
CUmUMOB 1.....1.H SCOTT
ill -l-AII) IN Hl.l.
and "MB. B8CKXBSS'
William EYTHl: 11.......'a Flit I r
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ol [um ol ih nUii.l
d*,k "
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aatil qaac i lit|f jiojo posaang and thMtcitng u
WMing. Tht drummm*
and K-iprri nui irambling,
be KahMt ihM tonuitui-.ri
ji happened. Tha crowd a..
. -...-t at ban. MSB
oirpoon. ihty sra all BSSfcaaaBBsl
quaff
H
WE SHALL BE CLOSED FOR
STOCK-TAKING
ON THURSDAY 27th.
OPENING SEPT 28th' WITH NEW GOODS
IN ALL DEPTS.
MIW i.onus MW looks
i. roimwi uia ihL t*l
*. Out oi town. (3)
a. Cv>o*nanc* in i:*u 0f siraon i
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U. lioate lndWBtor. j
13- Brpwntali louagiiar Uttir tq
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a. aend iha bishop* Hat. tS)
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L0WBB BBOAD STKEET
W'\a&-M*P
Kb/ 1 Marnnin **
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DRESSES
CIHLDRINS p.WTIKi" all m/i
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(..-ki.il Beealaa
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STl'AKT 4 BAHFSON'S
Bptelal & Mount (i.i>
Kum
ll lias its r.mioMs
and
llioiinclii,. Flavour
W*y/w/Aw//.v.v////.v.v^vA-/AMVA'/iW.'//ii o
miiM.siiw ,v mi nsnw
4.3> 4) (.11
ni"D ABROT I.OI- tOsTF.LLO
- I Bl T H I
X A \ 1 "
THE ANDREW SISTERS
and
MISSISSIPPI
4.A.MHI.K"
,-,,*.*.'-'''-.'.'.'.'.'''*'*.
II ill nur 1 Mslumi-rs /*/< thai our Iti-ptirlm. iii> i ill In-
CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING
i. it. i:\ws a wiiaii ii:ijis
DIAl. 4606
IOUR SH0C STORES
STUARl & SAMPSON |
(1938) LTD.
Hradguarlrrs for H>-t Kii". *>
DIAL 4220 J V^^w^vs.wv/A^VAowtf-
r and llarihvuri- Tuesday. WejebMsedkej
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IMnnliitiou Su|mIi.s
Tuosdin and Weilm
2nd and :!rd 0cta>b4?r
I ,1.1.1. Oil Sales
Tiii**dov. 2nd Odoberhuh i
(Uolix.rir- frinn 121 p in.)
ill he o|ien lo biisinrss ;i~ usual.
tiik n vim vnos niiii'iimiM
I'MTTOX lAITOHl i.rn.
iiiMv.v o.vi.y rui: hkst
wiii im"
PETER PAN"
si 14 II OATS
COOKED IN THREE TO FIVE MINUTES
i mi in;i \ LOVB
PETER PAN" PORRIDGE
GMO* N IPS TOO I
THE BEST THAT MUMMY CAN BUY!
ONLY 47t. TIN of 20 ozs. Net
ASK YOUR GROCER OR
loin iii i mom i 11. Tgimie
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Over W. German /vow the mjght\ little snarler
Ul
Re-armamenl
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.-nfldently
a .vnt.
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mm I
Dareti

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Make A QJE. For
I a\i-l)ri\T
abtboubk
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A NK
capable i.f rloubiu
put Of MHKtvMl i('l DUUM
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tin* effort. end
tatchoa ..i bream end "Pf*
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bnil pimple* :inJ oasBUsea *kln dlord*r*.
.iure hrl^* to purif>
tbc hiood. alaaaaM the y,-'" *d !'
In n'i"ti.u food health.
Wm. FOGARTY
(B'dos Ltd.)
H\IH.\I\S IMM'H
$1.00
FOR IIUIVOM.
IAf/htvn fitun- ttu*lii*'l
9mm Jump tihfuil in mwmmmwr
ruluthvUvr /trin-s.
LADIES' PANTIE8-per Pair
80c.
& 86c.
CHILDREN 3 COTTON PANTIES
2 Pairs for a0C.
PLASTIC PANTIES (BABIES)
2 Pairs for ..........
CLEAR
Use McntholjUiirr Balm
to keep yoor Skin cool
and free from H
Spots and SorenaM I
iium'daOy. It i" I
v> *impk' 10 UOB >'u )unI
Ki iimiN MeodwaMum'
makes your ikta ion end
smooth and kaapi tl .!>'-'
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ALL SVm trouble*. Quick
gel a jar or tin to-day
72c.
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I fit. 111)1 Unili, tnglind
THE FRAGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILM STA.S
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CHILDREN'S. COTTON VESTS 2 for u0c.
CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS- each RA-C
COSMETIC BAOS 2 for........... 96c.
LADIES' ART SILK STOCKINGS
2Pairjfor 96c.
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE
SOCKS 2 Pairs for.....
LADIES' RAYON STOCKINGS
2 Pairs for..................
72c.
96c.
BOYS' STRIPED COTTON POLO
SHIRTS 2 for 9oC.
MEN'S STRIPED COTTON POLO
SHIRTS- 2 for
MEN'S SOCKS 2 Pairs for
MEN'S LEATHER BELTSeach
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beats its own value-record
Four doors and other
features make il best
small car of to-day
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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lURBA0OSM_Al)VD(^Tt
i kr * **! *. Lie. *
Tusd..>. Svplt mini A',. l.l.">l
MMIII EXAMPLE
THK

h.> Bay butt Tenantry by the Govern-
mem ahouM be regarded by 1
puhhc ;is more than on atlampl lava
off erftidan if \ an exsi
tenantry ownari should he mack- to toDo*
It is troll that Uiii precedenl by lha
Government to build pro] ""'
tenantry u' '
a time whan the pubU< tor-
ward to the
duty "I electon not merai] to itreai Ibe
need of roads In the 1 ' '"
donand from tho i
as repn ,nI"
legislation doilgnad to Gompal tanai
owners to build roads according
Gov< intent Engineer In
ehvga ii'i' Hi| hwayi I>v>artment and to
be approved by him.
The present i ttfnj tocuate
ittentloi u> il"' highly tweet iefsfftoH
of the r(Mi men have been allowed to
bullu there
was ri< rule to compel them to build
according to particular specification tin
cheapest became tnettandard
The result ot this laxity has !-
steady deterioration of nearly .ill tenantry
roads built within the but few years, bi
view however, oi the increasing preval-
ence of cutting lands for tenantry pur-
poses, it would be ai well if aome .ittempt
be made to control thhi Indiacruninata
method.
The Government bought the Bay I
Tenantry three years ago and have set
other tenantry owners the example of
brin; . water, roads and
light to the residrK1 I i Una pmettoe
seems to be carried out ai the Pine where
it is proposed to build roads even to hortan
distances and to accommodate 1>U
It is no use the Oovarnmant building
roads and puttinj; ti-nanlries m older with-
out exacting the same standards from
private tenantry 0W1
The inevitable raault <'i nieh action will
be that houseowncrs will be clamouring to
remove their houses to Government '
entries, and charges ol discrimination will
be made by those who are not alsctsd.
The desired result will only bo achieved
by means nf legislation.
The PubUc Health Act ihould now OS
amended so that the General Board oi
Health whose duly it is now lo grant per-
mission foe the division and uls ol land.
could refuse neb permission until the
roads have been Engtl
eer of the Government who .should pro-
vide tfci i cations for building these
roads.
r will cau
[ncrssse In tho price of land in the first
place this is hardly likely u till
in Barbados being sold at a figure which
- to have escaped the notice of tine
public. Tenant iv Lands in UuS island have
been sold at 10,000 per Mrs or '. pei
square foot It could hardly be expected
to have a much higher price except when
the Government are buying parking
stations In tin I lit]
insurer to tins alarm at the Increase
in price is proper control by means of
valuers. This would also prevent specu
lators purchasing land at high prices and
then thrusting it on land-hungry people.
It has happened already that people in this
island during the IM4 \& wsi pun'
land and only .simv the emigration to the
United States in 1944 have they or their
children been able to pay the renuundei
of the purchase money. This should not be
allowed to happen again.
In any case whatever is paid for the
land the Government should see to it that
proper roads are included in the strvioi
which residents are supposed to get for
their money. It will save the IIHIISCeeMl j
expenditure when it eventually becomes
necessary for the Government to take OVSI
the roads.
Fianco'i Pi nonet-On-Holiday
Tells His Story
Wine for lli<
Miliioilltirt'.
IKIiic-k Iftrt'jifll
for biv
It* llrr%n I iiMmmL
i Sii i .iili.iin
MBftVVN I.I m -
W.r'. Spantth wum
I idj l.vrng on the
floor.
XWI KKIT II . Iik
'hufflwl i
i Una,
-' I
i.i.t UtUCI.
of I
I irtrd In srt a WHS. but
there m no water, and no
H, MIK\\S IllllUllh
If) in... i, i iih hop
dvantui
uiird class
18.
i with 31 da]
ivtni i l :>u.
lo I

ouHmit
it WA nkhnght
when an i iro ii.in oi
i
.
had bet: drinking,
Beetles en fTelb

bUildlDI which looknl lik. . | ,., kll,,| a.
block of Bate In the U iiv eSUS of a
before tin- iijjht was n I pound of Mac*
I saw a nniiy nuni on Uh i .
floor and two pairs of old (- | Sjrilt roll
in a heap of iai. w. Mood Kentton for



ffiatsrg

' up, nippai Um inn* a
When the door was locked i
vtrnck a Dutch aiwl saw black
I crawllDi up Um walla
and flow on the slonc I
I dltt-uvrred thai our cell
In whiter w*m Ihe home ol the
local do*-catcher, a tramp
who |i.i rent for II.
In the summer he Ant
comfortable to sleep OB (be
beach.
_ nkxt monun
taken Ii. tho poU
beard two wiini-s
insulted Fran.. We all denied
this.
the afternoon, t i
hii< .. i sin I M

m : ii
i
i i eleaee
U i Mowing daj it eaim II

um lunch ol "p. con-
MdMI
on -.vioch wm roasting fowl or
I or Theft
kany oUmi luxu-
b RUlllon-
; Who were m
back m iaIL A prouit f' ,,l""' .
n broughl pan """
tht corrldorT
I
diank
-iih* with
were less nume.ous.
.,, usually i ind then
brought us i ; lLw*tt li''n,l> :'"' "??
WMIf Wf mii.Hliert dr>
(l| in. ill iii'l.i- ni frull "eri-
^'" " :;:;,lrdp,L,r * "or,,"
Tho tallowing tvenins . ,., r stasU,
era packed into n ul ,. ie t. he
ith six otbei HMD Wd ,ould hear the chink-
].nt Ouardi renv rad i .' md BnH
d cu| food cigars,
uito a large cell wheie 30 pus- q TWHK a week the prison
barber vhrited cell. H
. has
nave, one pestt
Barefoot
Many of the i .
rags. Only OBM
.
mi oratad wttfe
. i - Bbla, and many prfeKH

In the cell With me were >foui
lunatics SB
.ik-iMK'ket. *a;
personal servant to the million-

After 20 days I allowed t.
walk round bm and-coverai
ird with H' OUV
I found that one was servm>
W years for murdei. UOtlMI I)
years for armed hold-ups.
No Doctor
I dix'lor in tin
nhough on one occasion
on compulsory church p
man iiillapsed with I heinoi
rhag
He Mao put bark In Ihe cell
nil I mi' him 4 (ii.'i i ml
bread, lie *s nut vhllrd b>
in..... in 4Mthorit>.
I
the j.ni wars in -eulated. 1 di<
>iot knovi why, and the convict
who gave tin- kteculatlons (ai
s.iine needle) did noi
ihgj
During tha au we tometlme
played games like blunt .....a
buff. I tried lo tench then
noughts and croses. but man\
of them could net write.
I was allowed two bookl
week, but Ihe oi U OBI
ilnd In English
Journal.
u .i week I was given 2?
pestas of my <>'
nd choco-
late.
i Bali be i wltn in
of my holiday Bkonay.
I shall be on holiday again
next rear. But in EupSnd
I.I.S
31 r. Ail a ui % 'Iocs I 11 v I i u
...
.
i ndistialian froai
consigned to afj J .. i.i odai d
and untd tin' m.-ui
I
who bad tone on strike,

n nlaw thai the time
bad come when the tuil was wag-
ging the do ii
in the con';
'
osm u ul call Dtoderauon in*.
i. cams i fu b reall i
.1,. ,'i i-
right .md ti union
could not be brought in formal

nca to the public.
I wu .i d that Mr
-
i i Lague,

in nlflit ..f the
,,,.
..!
matter it arbltratl
" hic.'i |'i i. il
Iledman (
i now ith psvi
published notti
., .
i. Herr-
Ihm the
Tlie f.n-t- ,,i. not ,
"' ik i I'd a w,ilk-oul

to
ilough. II LI
poll and l
case]

Ento bread
when the itrikht
Dm
to the jobs which they
stituti*- il Bttaad. <>n
i nra .( moral
; 11 v to those man who
and saved hlfl flour, Mr G
fused lo dlaraun the nee
Bl
ithy with the no U
:i rordei ' show nelf newl) sc-
.-..., i
tslgned I loddard and
i;
rttly The Bxeeutive of the
lly Saggitturius
. Union soppi.it-
I
"
Tlie iii.iit.i went to
with Mr. Adams as on. I |
:
tt. ittCT W
greed to ra
i
' II Uio right to
the nan
mployed,
i .
:
y r a parl
i
t having
....
ret nn theii
I lp un the i
i
^ct them oul ere Irua,
Goddard bad ground of
,i ii iv .still beyond mj
did not
i
i ...
n Uec Pnen II would have been
thai the Trade Union
members of thai body could not
'!'-. had
dared to do so, It would have !'-*
- ould have bean
ef> ng a set : mad prln-
prat one rron
being iuuge and pact) in itu> own
bUM
Hut thi
.'i.is given conteal to the R
. navi eXj rat sail In Uv i
a
he powei of tin li
, ; .in dictate to iben
oflkssals, they bare deliberately m
rantaga, it Ii not within m>
'
A i ,tt as Sec-

iish. ii an) otaun ie privilege
would be nbw lo dlaUni
light to lUCh l i vlhuc
from a usurpation '>f power it
a of Mr. Waicoii then
might be some .iik ol
iion of the Issui um !.
i The
.
t*1 deer ti i tellcctual
attalnmenl f > pul I

Plato In thl
i :m a oiffi
i
.
always b i exception to th>
B.....vhera In tha daa|
>......f his mind in- must nig-
Istar sUenl proti
dltton "f thing- which n
. i pear less discerning than in
really is. tnd I leh must \ i i au
ntal dk4urbanei
lo ton the Una
;. he K-<\'
thi Ifeetli
i

to Indicate tin- mental anguish
which i whan ih-
Oppo
......
US mty *>f hii
piei'tloB i leader of the Ho.i"i
rj . rii.i. I.TUO a pnrt.v in hon-
.ur of tha M P Mi Len
. mm *pree.
ii not dSQy toes Hit
i- the waterfront work-
er has lold down as the reward
hi his support, but he conde-
prodi i the incongru*
out spectacle f a Barbados
scholar nurtu al .!
waterfront ex-
ech intended for
vi i nbly.
The liiiiisli dm mil
Answers
Iiv I B. TIMOTHY
LONDON.
\M.. HUari Council operate In
| M Council's Report lor
vest)
leg those aspects of
British eivih.s.ilion, toowlsdge of whit!
:i;v truiismitiexl through the adminis-
UTSUVS link, and to aid. by the sharing nt
Britain il social and adminisun-
.<. thst progresa powardf irif-
lin is pledged to
maintain '
The Report emphasises that the methods
knowledge varies
ry to another. In Kast
Mauniius and Fiji, lor example, the
racial rstettone while in West
it is education Uuougn disc,
groups anl"Hl by librsrj ssrvkae.
In the West Indies, the emphasis is on
'adult education. lOCiSJ welfare and local
adnurostratioir. also on growing local inter-
sst m the arts, In Hong Kong, Malaya and
Singapore, the suitable channels are "civics
ind sociological subjects "
What does the Council do for Colonia
students in Britain ?
In the opinion of the Council, "the time
has noi yet come when Colonial students
an quickly And their feet in Britain." The
Report adrnita that despite the efforts of
i/oluntai only the fringes of
Ihe problem of Colonial students wvlt.u
The war years and th
ed difncultlei ol Ihe student, it Ii
complicatsd the problem of pm-
riding adequaUly (or the welfare of Colon-
] stud* '
Durii ind review, the British
Council met 1.900 Colonial students, pal
illy on arrival m Britain; half of those were
)rovided with accommodation and nearly
ill of the Rtudenta were asatstsd In their In
troduction to the English way of life or, as]
port puts it "to do m Rome ai the
R do."
Despite extsnl of the
Council's work revealed in the annual re-
port. Colonial students in this country con-
tinues to be critics! of the Council's welfare
work. Something of an answer to these
criticism! la found In the Report's conclusion
that what reallj matters is "what the British
public can be etunulated to do for Colonial
students, rather than what the Council itself
does."
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On Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th
Frida/ 28th
SATURDAY 29th.

An echo of the recent Hans Crescent
troubles is found in the Report's amphasii
on the fact ih;it "the purpose of the residence
in Hans Crescent is not only that it should
! a home tot .* imal] number of students
during their first >rr m London, but that it
ta centre for the Colonial
student population of London."
The financial section of the Report
ttention to the reduction of financial provi-
sion for -student welfare work by ill00.000.
mi the completion of capital expenditure on
;he residences.
Commentir. at Hani
paid to the discussion
led by Six Hugh Foot (now Governor ol
Jamaica) on the d* Constitution of Nigeria.
The discussion set .* .standard which it wiK
.k' hard to maintain," .says the Report.
Wivs From ll ri sain

LONDON
Fr;i f tl

Peace Treaty has had a mixed re-
eptton bare. Minions i.i
P i|"'i o ,.u i .-.. pui ill | i hnt tO
: inlsBd
ir the I implOB
if tree speech it Brhlen .i small
group of dJ ware
o lii dOWB The
Bovial Union ind lu two Mends
l! list ('! f-
MtUl
fe*-l they could safi t
which
Tl.i

i Iho mnnocuvi-

W BXK inutrs.
Amoiitt diplomats th i

ilrea

their i
Ii
hli mggcetl i

round of eVptanai
in tuna n ;
Ins in Washington of the "Big
1 s Britain ri
i next be
ttleatu Pad In
then are
. John
Poatar Dulles for dral
I Ik- RP-

' ;rmanv
wUX a n..|n|v be



m th>
lie dei
.


i
:hai tha only proof urg) to re-
inn UermaH
ronUngenti in tl I
- unh
?lr Will I-' .ii
.
with its
n
Confei -
h will folio* u
ingtnn meetlns Bui ihl
i.iin that
Tin Li
travel to
: i



m the treaty itself
v ti
i.
rase -' Kii-nch

with Hinish ..I i Canada
tnTeram
thaBrtl
At a Conference Table ine threi
powers would join rorcei to press
(heir point.-, each n> hel
i Dwa
woui i lid on nis-.y
But 11 meam of '
ling Ambaaaadcr the sponsoring
.:i vnrii joint actions
bj small itroupi. Now In the
oi the Japanese Treat>. Ihe t I
State* waa plainly the ec
With the grcntcst I
for her
power
thouiih ;it th(- Poet
ef mmon-

lie or to I
...
.
trrent
A First Novel!
By A l/an Who May
lit' Pom
By JOHN REDFERN
THK Foundling {Bulehinaom, !'*. OJ.i is
tiwn I by Cudiral Frtnds Spcllmui, at]
New York, who many Americans belicvo
miKht well be Ihe next Pope.
Cardinal Spellman offers a draught like
:c>l.\'ery tea -warm and comforting.
A one aimed .solilier from the Kaiser's war
;', baby In ; corner of the Chnstma..
Crib In St I'.ili ick'H Roman Catholic Cathed-
W Voik. "And while the snow was
falling, a city dreamed. cabby smiled, and
a baby ilepl In the Itrong cradle of a soldier's
i ..i n
In this eoay eardinejitlal prose one lcarr.s
lhat the soldier cannot adopt the baby be-
teuee hi i PrateMont and the foundling
ted Human Catholic. But evcryon,-
wants to help
Soldier and foundling keep close together
One follows with mild Interest the progwea
ol the foundling through farm institution
mane*. Then
i Ihe new war, and he is blinded. And the
ll reachea for the sugar bowl.
'What', wrong with my eyes major?"
:lh the eyes a
man has given for ihe defence of his court-
low."
..... tolerant, and
is obviously concerned
With real people real problems. In fact, the
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i I I BDAT Bl I'll MRF.R 13. 15!
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
I'M.I. FIVE
Plaintiffs' Counsel Address Court All Day
In Christian Mission
Chancery Suil
TWO OF THE chief points which were stressed by Mr
W, W. Rceo K.C I uneel (or plaintitts in the Chriaii-n
BtTWW and others versus Hoyte
and othets, yesterday before The Hon. The Vice Chancellor.
Sii Allan Collymore. were that Rev. Lamer was ulwa\>
.Mil that whei; the rule said that a
meeting of the Repreeentativi place in Jan-
Ihal w;is only (iiicclory.
m- need tiiat ti dJ I
ih- ni ,iik could not be hold Mi a later reprcaentativ.'s.
Wed that i i
Court all : -ill 1..I1- *'' the uual form of notice, that
r*M today. 1\- >ald be complied with
lo argil- unle** reasonable
- it impossible to
. OUQML coni' ''
Lmwii going un (or Kn argument might be i

VEW AMBASSADOR
el f. : n but
kanathlni happened to
that, a reasonable OH ereuld !>.

A mistaken method wn- Riven
t in evidence as to Um coovi
Mission's mnb "KHni ol Um eh irch
?n. have been taking up everv EJ2? V"to '" ,Uv Christian
i !- raid, he m


n during 1949 and
195fl and srho
i rowds nf
th* "
) of hearing. They bring
a hearty
eating during the break, sit down
with all Interest again lo listen
to arguments which help I
what will be of much moment t>
them.
Laws Qaataal
la) with Mr. Heece quot-
ing lengthy passages from various
law books to try to s:rengthen his
arguments, it could not
very ami. but though
.11 wag no other
prospect than hearing Mr. React
Ul relumed in lull
force.
McJatad with Mr.
J. S. B. Dear, instructed i
llutchlnson A; Qinnald. Mr. Adam*
associated with Mr. It H. L
!!*. The Vice ( haneel-
lor reminded him that 0.. V I
*aid. la Mirh time and place and
by viii li in..... a jJnll be pro-
vided for in the live-law*. Tli-
hvr-Uw, w|d in Janaarv
Mr Rrree armed thai dial
directorial only. Thr m.-l-
Ing gt| not obliged to be held
in January, hut If giiiIbIih
happened which pre vent ret it
from beln held then. It r..iit.| Iw
held In Drcemher If BbMObHt)
That, of rourv whuM nl he in
an extraordlna
Death Due To
Misadven lure
an FUillT MAN tin returned a verdict of'
:.ur" when the Inquiry Into lb*drcumal
indinf the death ol Kathnvliia HaU td Wi
chaol, ended before Mi c; H Griffith .A.. Coroner'
"A
(Catherine HaU arai one of the occupants of the mote
\ 097 wim-h overturned on DayreUa Mill Road, S
Pour witneaaei nave i-viilence yesU-idas
Hall,


ti mbi i .i. b) i. tl Oust :
i dune the OnOtOJ. a
K all to > rana Hc*ch and then
to BaUatneba Ita
-; | L Cop)
Hall and Handalri if.
Tyre Mow s
i .. i:ii car I
.
ii j shop on
i i .... ,i and hat lhaa

bo) ii. wi bi |
bad in- drink
Anothei motor cai M It*
. in, up and caught his Ml Whll
it was parked >l In* aHop. He 1 I
i.l.it.d \1 I'.U.t .ouI hi
eaihlng . eurva hi Dayrella ihi
he met the mot..... M
th bright lights and off n- -id.
lie pulled waj '
at in and m Um inegnua
blev.


teleptv i.e pow on the lefl
H;"ll the road. In pulling away l
HaU,

i
-
.i then t.. Bat
ibout 5.30

after, the ear
i
i .. it th i
i . minutes eft*
the cat was
1
HJft. The dlivei "f Um car she oc-
Ing .i little loo
IliU.'ll " IhC Mde of .in
big car (' i ' ind
.:. I I b
" i
Door Opeaai
M s\. unu od
, la and Um i i
H IDOUM 1-lO-l.iw
out of the ear. The car
lied for a little -i
to th< roraown ol
jury, i thai hai
l. ... ... H,R ALVARY DOUOI.AS 1 REDPP.ICK OAHCOKlNE. newlv ftUDOlnt
Kev. Pastuneete*! BxanbsOn U e*Wtta Amb-iHswio, to Moscow t the ror.lgn OOca altar h
III
point was that Kev.
Id alwajn ton a member
4 tht llaferion. in the ease, he
*aid. Rev. Padmoore m .
rnupm a aeai>. come from the f^-penntendent and
Mr. Adams had pieviuusly "'"d "P with the eODBBnt of the
aiiued that the meet inn held in "oard.
January 1949 tl wuco Rav. '" **tj eaaa, only the corporate
,.,. RM) eOUld have removed Rev
appoint* it Oeneral Suparmtaod- l-nner from being n member ol
ind Uie corporation. That was not a
therefore ltcv. Barrows appoint- mattei for atlact body I1
uld not bold. Tba uaual body had not thP authorltj
to cot mm the that unles- they wen
ircatmi bad not bean given, by tba corperatt bodj
>' churcnw had to purpose.
ntentattvei xt
it Um elaetson, having pre- Mr Adams nud that in- would
Uv repraset laUvai ';' t"'1*' by with-
-. | -I'.-mK Uurj bU ,K,int ..bout Rev.
- could not vole '-"rier or Rev. Barrow noi benix
UMlr churchag1 Instruc- members, it might u- argued
e ttMJI rOtai -necessfully that they ...
ii'ied. Mr members. He was willing to with-
held on this strength draw that as he had an van
Rev. Barrow had not stronger point in that they bad
nominated by any ol the "oI boon nominated.
COUld not po*nlbly Mr. Reece went on OjUOitng f om
have been vob '"' KiiKiish Ijiw reports and
I an > to wbstantj
be tm-eting illegal was the rsauneati lie grnj continue his
i li,. chrls- address today
!1 ll ^^~
for 'he meeting
had iO be published sometime be-
fore
t Iiul.k | Not Voting
Mr. Recce had addressed lor A hti (l( uiiLr,
...... bo it <>; Um i -,; pjujh,
hearing Ud continuing yes- about l.H)
WW^ i. I t.''hi /-t
tali niontu in Un *,.,! rhl t Sir Alvnry -civ.it *- Coti-ul
Oeaeral at T*:-.. Political >preiitauvr
In Japan, with the ran., ni M BXPUal
(ore
turned over. On bin
:!.
m Uie ..i lie mothei -
tn-la v.i- srtting m tbi fl
nt the cai with the chauffoui
.... v i i,!i hand drive
the did not know whetbei Ui
oad '
et
LuihIht Blocks Walerfronl
d
i or
OVER l60,0uo feet of lumber w.-. vaterfronl of the mnd
er pan
The
.
Dton Waltei
\ polio

Film l'r<'\ leM
Postponed

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owing to the rmn-.M
the Blnu bai h
A finiher ,.i.ii..ui.ieiiinii
win !>< made lab i j" Um
I i
...i "ii the mgiit i
D lyreUa lidi m
' th.it was
i|. -,.,.,.
-,-,- the motoi ii x 9ft
tight m the left
I Turning.
tt fund end rear wheah "f

* 5 feet fi inch
of approxlmati I which
! 1 .
i a in. ii arrived in . .. .
n paS| t HIiM.d Main
Ti. itter was 4 ft. 1 aid
rod leep At a dis-
' btm i to Um rear
' ' | ...
sod along ...
K i. Hall, wh.
I .ii ins right, began u
catch el Um d iw b Ing I
a the cai swayed along the road
Finally, tin- cai want Into th
trench and overl
When iht......Ml
k itheruM Halt wee not ui it
She we .i- '.' .' I feet
Um road behind the i n Thi
nth hlrnaall
HandeU and Handall


, a affoctad hi
. raa He did not know whet
. ii..ii Fell out ol Um cat
driving d attnut thre.
frorii um guttor on I
i ti.i ii gboul IB ntiie- pei hour
hire Dexlroya
House Ami Car
\ .....( Um
i
It is no*
he wharl
:. ,,l of 1 ."ii as one

arrived.
i 'r.....f the chll liaiidleaps In
. lumbei mi the wharf,
clerk said, ll Uli
en

tell then. limited or
king th lumber

it cli ared of the
No Rattle
h< bold the fonnian thai < wa
certain Um dow vat d
i ail-"' lie WOUld have h. .1
ti- if d were not closed Ho eoult
rnhei aeuuj lha doot

lew owl He I'"
1 any drink for Um daj
::'
<' I
the In UM m on Da)
H 1 H 1 ie got ,:
1 ,'. uid 'I"' foranuui curve, h X ' overiun
,. ,. drj when ha He loo* Um deceased to the a
,. ihere. The left fronl lyre of ral Hospital
Will. 1 from the
gutu 1 1 1.
feet froi
tui i,i in.- tyre mat

'
Jn TheHomeTothfy

1 origin at
he -aid that th,
roi UM election of .. SuiM-rmtend- and anoupod house iuu? 1H bv 7
., in,-.dint U net,
. but one of the Repre- Household furniture and a m\
ol the churches. The cylBldei Humba OU ,.h" ., _
were not voting, but the Inaured to, eMO Dna*artt ,,i
awe, and it the Ralph Ltntoo ware also" bunit
churches were entitled to sit m Um th nroyed bi Um Mfira was a radio
'"ii .7. propertr -.
Husheii of Duncan St
Philip,


-
ini PUbUC H,
I'JOB.
.1 bill to
.
Govern!
inn to Um
I

I Hill f>

had
blown
part ,.r Um t m < Ine blown
. 1M.
axtdn-
,.|v dai 1 was a left
right iu ve roing down, Ttie

1 the '
i to b>
He was di v in .
peed of ab ul 10 Si
i. tor car X n''


... from '! ernal
i
.......in " i tnti.i
and uv
--------, ., the uti' mi.ii
. i .

[trust's Rainfall Above The Average
Director Of Agriculture
VOUld be
need for the n-, I
Mi. Aii.m s made abject
Hi aid that the oth.
aide would have a flrM i
Idlng were
tr R" On Sal Carltea
of Ti] .
Rood, wax arrested and charge" y abai
Mr. h Int was thn'. With Inflict ing unevou-'. l-id> Mr. Mapp in:.-
not have a harm on Myrtle Garner of Har- '"g of an Adore
right to Um catling vote. U Land, Hlndabury Road, locally
ul. ing on .
Igfa it Oanier. wb

Wealed, Charged
gjernor rciaung to I
Biewatarfiand taking i
9
ii chart"I.*"
...........m
I
h1
.-,_., . Gap with Mend on Um night of
iwed to give '*"* 6. was wounded.
., rule u.i _
He argueil that Um Belectad body-
had Do 1
thi. frail otbei than

ing in mind ' oil thrice that tin- Th xu t, i
;
-live men Out ConmeUuo to bo played
Under "P

laung to tin
i
wned A

.....us rainfall
of Um I Lai
antf IJ-ai
long Pen
ti .,.r,..e ii,l rainfall for ing Due to UM BTOksngad H pplyta* OMl onlj! I'
;;;;;nl(i J ,J ., more were planted In add)
the whole ..re some-
'lian Is usual at

but are nevertheli
ttoe la what
, st month's report
is. peasants Itltd;
I M i r has o

M um ulphate t
i .
total UMt
u planb
well, .if
, i.
Food CrofM
i
result 'i
sugar

whirl
tuiip by Um Bart
. 1 . r n 1
' " 1, ord Ihal news w
ited Kint
i,jt Hi.
WATER POLO
POSTPONED
IDSO,
lor A
V
Si
UM t 1 all Govi Um eight r
' grade ami
Sides were marked down. A
of >< par lb
bers.
The .Mission Herald
wen
* rough -i nota
'i. Herald and th.'
.
' Um statute would not be
e of thi*.
Stabbing Inquiry
Adjourned
Representatives could
moned In any othr-
M In the case, th
....
ble the
sdlc- tour
have had to pootPono all gamcri \
-t tho Aquatic Club foi
irately one mtk ,, \ ho die I
Ropes and one of the ci-iI|h. I
have to be repaired l: night. '
league can be re-started. Certain Beptl
ither n-palrs to their gear ha\ a Coi if Dtsl
n beet Be B. Oi Ifllth >
lation did not have i sday.
t

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abovem
I
Um oarl n >< M Ai u
the '" '>
staUon
St PhlUp
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Stmar t BJM
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of Trinidad
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FOOD
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< Up** ruh. rsMls
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-..ir.i.e.-. per tin IB
- ir.l.f. per dor. I 6%
Aprieot Juke per Tin 40
i'.ri.i i letag gagas1 35
Corned Miitt.ni per Tin *
Lipton* t'renrh to flee 11
k. ii lea i leant Mb ll
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Tl I -.!> \Y i I'll Mill i; 25 l5l
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BY CARL ANDERSON ^*
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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(HHII AIVS BEST IHMI ITS)
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CHEESELETS
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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
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NOTICE TO IMPORTERS
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
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RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND

THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that
tliey have been informed by their Principals that clue to the high
coat of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods
shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st B*pt
ber, 1951, will bear the following clause:
"WAREHOUSING EXPENSES, WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF OVERTIME, FOR ACCOUNT OF THE
CONSIGNEE "
This means that the normal warehousing charges incurred at this
port will be collected from consignees here.
The present Warehousing charges are as follows:-
POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of 88 lbs, and over
25 cents per a
POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of under 88 lbs.
15 cents per crate
ALL OTHER CARGO$3 00 per ton weight or measurement
whichever is larger with a minimum of 50 cents.
The terms of delivery for CEMENT, MANURES
EXPLOSIVES will be free from alongside; i e. all Lighterage
and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for
account of Consignee, and will be collected from here.
Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not
Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of
these charges
GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA
TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING
THAT THESE CHARGES HAVE BEEN PAID
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SPP-IAL ofo,^ fo a|| qs|, an(j Crgjj, Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Tint; Cambridge Sausage (16 oz.) 68 S3 Tins Colmans Mustard 58 S3
Tins Heinz Vegetable Soup 31 3ft Pkgs. Quaker Oats 54 IB
Pkgs. Tower Table Jellies 0 ftp.) 42 3S Tins Hu9ho Fruit Salad 101 M
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ANALYSIS

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total
10 Til. 11; ,
IT nut 0U<
H
and R, M hnw took
W h for 2J and 32
immton raplurc;l
.
one was a maiden.
Ings were lowlc<1 nut Tor ti meagre l rrU r b
-,- rformanea, tn
bV in un i
mwl successful
'. (
, i
Four
maidens, tefai
u
on to 14. Phi
Hi- ,
I lUHMD fjilril n.i r.ihh
Thornton wan
fin thr mluipse ol
' -

Ai the Mental Hospital grounds
met Mcntii Hocpttal, The
I
innings lead.
knocked up 123 in their
fir-t mnniB. At the Hose of pin."
lental Hot-1
pttal wore n:t for the
wlckete ti i ii<
rled thnr score to |fj
lirNngg
total
It ' !
battman fur Mi I I II.
scored, a brilliant undefeated >h.
R. Rock knocked up u "
c Pnaeod m too nun me- t
eessful bowtel tor Empire He N
ind took five
wlcketi foi 28 run C. Spooner k
0 t.ii Bfl while |. C. H
I took one each.

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II- -tl,d
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B.G. Reply With
178 Without Loss
m tram psar I


until Mm in front plii>ing i in
i the pad.

'i the
him

|
Hi Brankfli

stum| for I

12 helping tha
M HIM
: . Gaskin
itu
a nc-KNR from thr mo-i talk .i ot tight for tat eaatan "
Robinson (lofl "1 the woilit
by busting Bandy 1 I -aoit in tan round- of tholr IB
HeH llobiii-on g.-t. in a right. KXIM'.F.HH
Btat ipell with the bull when i
placing a-...
end with the COT* at 113.
Vight on drove him foi
!uu completed his half
terrtur) in 138 minute*. Glbba by
i
the (x>v\ 11n*i Hr jump*-n
Marshall delivery cradling it to
the long ml boundiir>.
BWad the cighlie- '
with another power dnw ofl
.i-fted mtc
the tO. A High BTUCR "('
Wight ..i Marshall I
down u the sIIh g.' i
hepn interval eav anothei four bul MarataaU found
HI lor 9. tho pda with the next
Brad i a Umpire Mi Intyre dlsaUo
Utei I Mii.ii : puata down U*
i.. ida innings c
aui In i;< ndnula. and oibba
h un the
i,-* a terrtfl ., _
-pell in
,... towthrouahthe
382 mm- lu. M111,,,. hl!. I11(1;
A smart turn i" Ml saw him
V.iKlil and CiililM. opened C(|, tlv , ifg min_
the bowllnK i
than ei Bau ..; flebUn tt I
i haw from the northern , RV-ttniK raKJted with
id The bowten |0t ind pickups tiiat could be much
ii the wicket In 1 toanar.
ante effort Otbta' plucky I
to hold a low mlek in r otnturj was very valuable to
n MUnaon, but faUad to h.Q Uw atnea rl aflo
load ii catch emu rtan end h*-ipe.i to
leaving tt.,- field i-neak the back of the i-iwimn
i few i

Soon .iftii Graenidie mmiieided
ti.-
Me hit nine foun With 'he
102. GiWw attl
u*aj vau
2ml \l I ri.U.s
it m

I** ln-l-t>
n
Four Outright Wins Scart'i1
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KmKM i> Crt


i. v Car
i. <
W|lM. AM
h Hi-
i,
ibkni

foui Innlngj
out of ili< Wan
Ivmlnfffl flfwrn nf ttl fiyr jinn In (Iff
Krnpire won bowled out fi>:
IM m their aaeond In i
l : lismred wlUi 3n wlnl.
DDtdbutad brU-
tUTJ Other pood
.
i E Barroa who
not out.
Rowiim HoapKal
ins pim per-
formance with thr bat. look four
for 11 In Bve "v. i .,n |
CI Si i run i eaptured two for 21:
Ki .
. foi 20, 19,
33 and 11 raapecUvi 11
1ioapn.1i now need IM runi for
vleto i Mid providing the wicket
. 1 latui
gel the runs OaaUy.
In t> 1 W ind< tan Spartan fix-
ture ..: the Baj Wai...... nai
! *il 1 iir.- f'.i riot
band
knocked up 114 In their
liri-t innii p W
>ith 75
in their second venture last
Bpartan wen- bowled
out for I.-.1 s Pan a to) icon d
with is. t /ood made M md W
Jemnioit 24
Bowling for vTanderan G
Bkaal look live for 4<) and 11
Kami 13 thraa for 49
A G Baala end v' Lewb have
ran good tarl In
their arp l* a; nm-, without lee
not out 1 not mil
-( .11 hi hai bowlad nhi
boa ins but they .ill falb
nil pai !'n rahip.

IV I
.sinnn- .- ITAB1 I
Ml... IO l-u.tlll"
.nil.r't. I>l Imilni*
a parts !** Innl
Bin 1
'
each
loi in ii matchei
V M i'i Centi
1. In tin
tun .it the
i
gain thi
At Foal

v M ;( l

1 '
td-on wltb Gil
. 1 whan wu:ht. nrtudag ihr 0|hcr WBV> proverbs Rull
""" l,,,,h holding llu- ball, but ;. stentorian
' '* Taylor made appeal for a catch was Ol
the first bowllnn change, bringing tiv umptr, Rollox.
on Marshall for BTOdfhaw < the r|,.,. ,,, |h|.,, ^v.' B.G.'s score
.-ft aibbe not out 105 and
Wl^l.t IM.' .nit 70.
He did Scores.-
good .1 pace a.- ihowi in
trill y. Atldl ' ling f.i t-
er nd Taylor kept hhn on, Glbba,

the lnnlnga openm I
,iiin BggTaaalon with .i full-!
rd off-drive to ihe boundary off ':

1
n their a rond Inn
II f..r 1
ao
.
. I-
I
*..r 12
, i'.i, in theli
IB I it a
. .
H\an\inis no, inmm.-
I -
,r r Canocho b OuKIn
p
,.' r I- .
..j.11 .Iprt l< Cfair

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Mulder Bowtg
Holder 11
louthern end. the
being 6 1 lio. Batemen paid no
,itti ntlon to the btx pn
up ooUactlng im In the
! ugly comfortable
l. 3 lor 33 :
-..''
\ \ ALVI
***d..rr. ma aaaaai
f up III foi four wi ' Hold
Arehei lop- leclared In ibi l'' rune and raymr brougni
I Bate- ''->"
B IB, "low c Grinth knocked m ia rw enfortably, put
,.i.i misiiiig onb i runs not out <..: jj utei end Taylor rang ,
U' fin vld 1 < 1 iiiollier bowling chiiiiwi
J off the aeon ror the I< oul Ibi :". n, .. ..:.,, ,,U ilh Hotdn
wlckei Wi ter scored 34 not out dvlng P N :i. .). northern end
.tn essful
u Empln
luse. Central 11; tlun .1
(rwirii B7. 1
\ B6. Cent d In-
: Mllltl 1- CENT! \l .t
Vaaelusr
fni t.1 I A. Nicl Central 17 and 197. 1
Needing 157 rui 01 foi the los*
!
.!
. IIK-I ISMM.i
I

I
.
1 Lga, knocked ui
able 55 on Baturdi
cii four fo
H out while

MarshaU'i Agurei ware than
I, bul he only exchanR.'d
1 hall was brough'
1.1 Ki ink*
now M*i in fortl<
.
iMi g lee bounder) oft a full 1
' l
BUbltltutlng at lli'
Tolal .for II
hdui im. AMAt-yan

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111 w \kii \ mi- i 11 Faalt 1 a
YMPf 51 and 1 I

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33
> Altl.TON va, LODOB ii 1
irri 80

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fine Ick hM ,
hall BB rnuuitai,
nwards a Mhtwi without l"s>.
pped, HG. had put
tm B6 without k G.....'
a
After Tea
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ntui
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