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IV I' Mil EK5HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE KltlDAY si I'TI MBKK 19. 1M2 HMTOX IX A1TIO.\ S|n.i I sin,i ii '.. Itir<: Soccer's Flu tier Is Threatened In the N %  %  rood Leaa y %  Beet and North, anxious secretaries of I i saoM im%  How many of vou r.totbnli f n* I n unable In i1 I winning the lrnny Ho* I tall to IK' U ed kh i* *h'. one on which rtsklni your money" Japanese Invite Gardner To Tokyo lit OfeOBOB ttu.ii.M. leddj I i %  . '.hin-inlop n>-weigni ctuunpi m ui %  id Eu11 led to bin Mill %  %  %  next tea** I 'umably. Is that ShtmliHc SPORTR AIT 5-IP "/ don? Ir"*l th* rw o; Caatai tnu I'm Bgrtgj Competition (Irfon House with Boxing Boar>ith Mills said: "Naturally I am d.sappomted at my application Icing turned down, hut I yuite the pond of MR. J. ONSI (MR I \NF. II. %  • -> board, that promoter* should nol l \ even exhibition*—especially It their own shows." A", tfcelr ."in -in.-., arc the key words here. Remtmber Milb %  exhibition witti RRici TOMMY I.AWTON. BM f<* < England Main forward U Ing Brentford'* bid for promotion in tliS*co:,d Division CLEAN-UP CRUSADER H.nls tinr.ycar-aUI Card(, n ., |, House Win aiDChtea it out c/fta their ararld champion, Yo\1. RANI D\Hv • National Federation of "he invitation, couched with ... !" >. 1„ (.reen House uith %  total .. wooiMOtR last season for the w 'J • Bttll i -' ; 30 point, WM the winner ol N flUona i Playing Fields' AssociaOuWtC • bad dai • %  "' Gardner have other thing* to * """* Match t.-mueti.iun in ;,o..-but this was prom 1953 the Rifle Shoot Co-., %  V< K M.IOMONS: while ,,, year. TBII hcuse waa captamac. rood police confirmed that * %  ' ">• %££*; £ K ,*Warn *L 0 ., n oe. larch 15 and was comi Ran right beptemocr In which 12 ciu'tlons u> •boulder matches were shot Shlrai won hi-, world title from under idenlu.iUMiuiiti.inf. of winch Imprrlant Issue IUV> 36-year-old ... "*** tT*'*? ^K" 10 ?' .h P father. Dado Marino, in Tokvo L *" t year the ""t" 1 1 "" '" Thih li an IfflJ ., nnw uccom ',,. House Match Oom|MUtlOI hundreds of clubs Why -bould evident that grand-dad—having R d Hou * ***** w ." L cap it bo lafl %  Ucr ban knocked over irtx '•'""•** by Major A. De V. Chas• on his back in Blue Houae was *5Tl, 1 th ." ughout the coua w ovor-iralani match yum-t vw,r w,th a XuU[ ' J '' 28 poin • .;,, .(..use third w.lh 2.7181 po,n.,,aa -i„ .*—!r.i ,_ and Yclluw HHiM.Fourth wi'h • %  ntly he boxed for prisoners at artmoor, although a licence was ot necessary there. Keied ..i I lmthc title ll\ CKOKCiK WIIIIIN'. Olyinpit<>iitlook--llrv I'll.* Snndnv Srhitol man with a mission to the boxers, lands u new blow over rhe mailer ol ;i Turpin light \K\Y YORK nlghti are npl lo be stl-ky this urn. ie year, and most of m ivr taelliu far too clammy The Fleet wood Atwociatmn mini insured against Ihe :• iheag katertai no nau UeatJoH ..t dofeai Dead prompt advice. light, Title at Stake too insisted that, in Iba II look* likbemu I i bll D*ln| be .nu. ihould be granlod . return earn In 1958 ir Victoria l le l. and It is now reported ihat Mr. J. G. It. MrDONALll. UU M be Maged in Toky* • until then. next September wneaiever Mill 1^.1 the iti;,iic to put lh'llOTCf on tumps at the opportunity lie says that he fudged PH and ankle competitions at a Chi-heMer fete lor (Ivo houm on "aturday. then went for refreshments but not for long*. He wee hauled oul % %  ( Ihe I ul •id boxed MVOn rOUBdi with an >l AT team. a> then opponents had not arrived. What was the opposition like fOOd. 'Kifty-Kihy' Bawfa Yell. 2,586 |>ointa. The Challenge Cup and MinnHire which goes to the individual According to Mills it who makes the highest score with his six best match scort. was again won this year tw Mi L Hoberts with 569 point' Runner-up was Mr. F. D. Davis with 559 points and Major O. F. DUOd the collar to take much notice when (' %  < %  "I l % %  tatement by !!><-• Gardner. loo ''as immatiiatL' Tin* n'irticiilar omiK-tltion wj: ikini %  i b ixer (r. m 'Brooklyn, ducked unde: the A !" "?}iT t M? i W^km W Smm nfv^T^n.r?!,', '" S" ,n ; %  '< ln ' w,,h ,nc ob,ecl "' ,l1 t towi HaTuepool Next Monda? %  > i 2* rLttow 10 3 '" "" e during th* dnnkit.K In ho. rdiTftnpire XT T' "* he _* |,okc cou lc : flpr fl P-nv—Mr. McIVmald satd title. agalnM the latest imp,.; ,., h( aUnd they arQ] alrcad" i ad New ter the ring. i %  %  .' %  %  pen •ar ago The> arc recalled by this week's news teiat Itohert Ihe < chairman %  i ily insisting thai he had been m no At st..-. %  • %  %  >i relief xartiy < hnstenbei ma.\ i among I • New York State Athlet noUce thai he it will IM m Zulu'and, Jnkc Tuli. rhimaitg the law than those ed* ports Clated willi Olyn What Offers? As don iteur lawn tennl i ivill they remain amdThen, i>. fore Ocobet II, he hag %  i hamplcM dOO'l Terry A.lan, whom he relie\'cd of the titi-' on %  hotly argued vm i-.e f.r !o r ither |es than likely that our No. I flyweight will be able lo k naa to Tokyo' Ithor. unde! Over (ienerous liu-ideiitally. tiardner IKit i u %  i the Wimble%  i.,~i m 1-imi .urn i* S A. championships. <. .>.M,ni'-ion. has suspended Joey was eithei | I., drive the unrltANK SKIMiMAN and MAfhi wo i until he honoui i ever] thbig Ul hk powe signed contract to defend his title '• %  I Ihi port ab1 %  • n %  alnrl Randolph Turt Inexon i. Carle',.' u the clean-up .""% on,, Investigation Oovemoi Dewe) %  LU ,, ... > . An kequln Into the death % %  mpe, v "; ''"T^J^-rll! I" ^ lores iiKtng promoters, equal lly 1 withstand. Ihe piomo.assessed as over-generous in puichase moat mveaiigntion ot aUeeaal opportunlUoa lor all beaten, th e %  %  "' i" 1S •"""' tin K up hu Kmpiro crown againsi )7 put er-the-countei never round ranuauie tours v.iy the comoaratlvely untried Tuli on )tl< i u r M G Tucker 97 pts knuckir practical In America's inert*, the elimination of beckprofll I % % %  atonday. Such aaaaaanenl is InVhP rouowini .s .. time table milllea doller boxing htduatrr, %  ** wirepullen with pouee reof ihe great Suzanne Lengien w.-.s accurate, and payi no tribute t n r avenU cUmaxina with th -Vrithcr waa welcomed bj certain wd* •""' "•*' mdaia r Iba brlei th.beldiiuj niti n rrowH "return match" cuiueei As lot Sedgman, my foreceel i buatneai acumen. for the aoroltneeB with which tn* %  %  %  %  %  / '' champlonahlpa In taw thai ha will il leaal defend thAt ;iu and ( itvi u vem mine scooped up th.iravj thai ooaaa Pochabl of such alleged monoidn. V i Cup for Australia during i King boui %  w\ ''' al Boxing th.southern lummer. I shall b'.surprised If be "tun At the time of rioraea death, i' %  '• i"" ;2-year-old trophy „t elaborate design and unusual history .lualiv in dispute between the High Wyeombe and Drayton. Ruling, bowling clubs. It came into being in 1910. and ope of the winning; Baling side fitOKGF IIOAKF. played ther and in the contest just ended. The trophy, (tangling nwe lh.in two feet high, was pre%  %  tiled 1^ the late Mi MOBLAND DFSSAt'. who nn interested in both lore In addition to silver 'woods *...* bowler in action, there ..* Ihe cup have had a sound training match conditions. Warner Topsrored I ul C R. E. Warner topscored with a total ol 99 points on Wednesday when the Small Rlfl'* %  nuul Competition which begins on Sunday, September 21. The eight lust scorea are:— Capt. C. R E Warner 99 pis Capt. C. E. Neblett 98 pts.. Mi. it D. Edghill 98 pts. Mr. T. A. 1.tobcrts 9H pts., Mr. P. D. K. FOR YOUR HOME Mils, inn-: will SEE V IBSE IS OCR HOMi: PRODITTS DEPT. MILK IMIVLKVH Mt. A 7b. rj.li LAUMDB1 LIBT * %  Jc. nth Tf< (OZIEH $rh %  M PADS till • CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET QfiSfifigfigp VII. One of Ihr rniulilions l !lii2ift th it TIntwo Hides .h.ill iltti.k bl each eomiielilliiii lo the memnrv or thai monarch. i-i n ..in 'I-., n. i. [ran Fnitnu. ipUlMd l„ IBI H.IST. Mil „ BU-. Cupl. Wcnlherhei.1 nt home t.ml ul WveomW. Over Mr K. I. C. Hoad 7 pi., the yenr. the re.ults re nbcmt "" > -'"' V -I..E.S. aii'i TV rreei His working hours w %  %  erned vna %  '. \ • % %  Hotel in Tunea Square, a commkedon Yon st it, Q the eondue'liig or .1 nen^pii|>ei column eaUed YOU M.vt Surh Interacting Peopla,'' teaching at %  •"I and pofctag 1 %  u dOMH civic guildand wHf 111 oraenleotloae. rban 11 • Bepternber, came an 11.yuan..,1 u. t.iik with Thomas K. Dew in 111 a of i>< wty 'i reput,-i'ion as a inoppBl>lip of mobible lhat the sal ion touched IbibU) upon Hi that. 1 ao, ipure n>njecture, All thnt was officially told to %  highild nol be r.i Walcott TIM. adi 1 •.'In. • iketl Meinorx Corner Worthirc iulf club are .oosbl 1 ring ohms to commetnnr itr TOM IIVI.IHI KTONS world rernrl >" %  > I Into such lightsr „ rr „| fl i during the Spalgkn; when 1imnianteiit la June. ... climaxing champion • %  •, m or prizes on fl her 27 wnen roe the first Unto the F, L GriflUh Challenge Cup ring, Gardner has no time to w ( ( be compete*! Tor '(well |n the lotus-land of inaeTIME TABLE OF EVENTS tlVlty that om. ,,l OUI younger Event No. 5. Surilay Septemrhamplnna llnd so attractive For her 21: from 830 a.m 1 ttnf Event No. 6, Sunday. Seplembei as much eaah ai possible when 21; from 9.30 a.m. the going Is good Eveni No. ". Monday SeptemI do no: know what Gardner'.i ber 22; from 4.00 p.m .moiinls to on Mondav— Event No. 1. WMDttdoy Sepi 110*11 1:500. Hut we teir.lx>r 24. from 7 30 p.m. f for granted that Event No. 4. Wednesd.,IkVmiiii'iil III.IIIIIMIII lliutt^ I.OI IS L. BAVLEV. BILE BEANS I'lesiiilv BOXING FINALS nt MODERN 1114.11 SCH001 STADIUM TOM 4. II I THRILLING ENCOUNTERS BAR MUSIC STEEL BAND lliyit%ig|> SI.IIO m i irrlfHiU: — IM-ai In-is .'((ir. nKI champions as I .1. %  Wak 'it. weit.-i weight KIe USA. knit to politics and big buet* that will flgbl Ihe I In 1 %  %  irlded Ibe i ag rdeki lb somebody else. Ills Coiisrieiic '.' %  th Cnrlatei fork State, ihe> iv intrtgutsii bootina Indu ti. that Bob Chrtitcnberr] had acwould be foollah lo bai for 1 token aalaray of For th. an i-o: 1 £3.500 tyi or the N 1 -M-.n lo t he recently P, | 1 ne-time RhodV 1 has kn.li k of kn %  %  1 ID oretoJ %  rtj Bonda, diploma) %  jl ite in %  • the ex-Marine whoa i W had i-ecome io disinii t expert, a t"i % %  : and in i'o sibly Ihe> were reajBUn B \rtball: Noire Dame Heal ftetieplairte 6—7 In %  fi K-ik.lt> net-ball match St. Ant vetting last, > %  lleplal I ) li gjoala to 4 Pot Notre Du n DotUn M Waithe am P OarI i reepectlvi So Courteous Apprehe na lvely, the graft) re %  %  %  .;:. G CumberB. h G. Wal .t 1 each respec. HO u no would have been had been Bcconunodat) ( ght match. than it tember 24: from 9.00 p.m. ke Tuli Event No. 8. Friday September I mere 28; from 4.30 p.m. Event No. 2. Saturday SeoUn. Bj corning to (recee 1 hi. her 27. from 1.30 p.m. Empire ehampionship. Gardn'i" Event No. 3 Saturday sets more m.,!.,,. Tuli gatfl the lember 27. from 3.00 pm of a lifcgime. and the Event No. 9: Saturday SepOeordlei g> %  Co —L.F S. Set. t'Hl'/V an 4 30 UVINC Wr7 HAVE IN STOCK . What ha.i U %  p to i. ..i %  I kg Ihe LTolteti dignified. freMh romploxloncd. and duced. .01 ..I ..j \. pgeoMaal of the Broadway who I'truR'iwd a cluau-croype.1 L lie willi his let. Iind %  i % %  .li feenve grenade bbn> hhi I UM k net up shop lit thoroughfare. %  . the .' nd the best hole! pub trouble : bOXlng 1 hope. .Mil prove vulnerable targets. WORLD COPYRIGHT RVBO TFitR\7.Zll Marble Chips I it UNITE M ,.i,i. i .,...',,-,i Shrek TRIMDAD ( ..i.f Boarda AliVMIMI'M Corrugated Rheeta \i.t MIVICM C.ollerlnr — Ig". :i" OALVANISgD Corrugated SheeU iMtnn> WIRE I MO r.oiniiK si T. HERBERT LTD ••*. id MAGAZINE LAN*. keep her TRACTIVE YOUTHFUL -full of vi/u ffhy retired. I Ol f ./\ con.tiratcj/ / // 0, LW.ri.hfe C ^ m .ullcr bMVfHdoa ? 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1 FltmW. MrPTKMr.i.K 1. 1J2 RARIMIMK ADVOCATE p.'.r. THRU Commonwealth Parliamentary Talks Open Immigration Discussed TM E r 6A M BO L S OTTAWA. More than 85 delegates from 48 Canadian Senate Chamber in Ottawa at ahe opening "f thr 19M C OI ll SSSJaalg of the Commonwealth Pirllnmentary Association. After the opi'tuii. rciemordes, the meeting went into closed %  Won Diacuaslon centred on the problem of immigration The conference was opened bv Mr. Lester Pearson, the Canadian Minister for External Affairs, who .•aid the meeting would enable Asiatic and non-Asiatic members of the Commonwealth to form a eloper union. "The bridge* between the west and the Asiatic world are not as strong as they should be." he He. *aid date-gate* from India, Pakistan nd Cmn, as td as Those from African countries, would meet with other delegates! to the conference on a basis of Me equality. "The Commonwealth" he "it not a afaatfc thing. It its strvnglh from its adaptability "Canada w to change, at %  time when freefn*e of Fool !ar> Government Is • under attack, we cannot reaffirm < ...; Ii our faith in Uiat form of GovernJanus Q. Gardiner. All reatricg**7 chains alike television merit loo strongly." tlons cJ the movement of livehad taken first place instead Never been stronger ties:— Mock thi ,-c-iry ^*nBv. r Li:_i' 3 MONTHS FOR UNLATVTUL POSSESSION Canada Free Of Foot And Mouth Disease Television In C'da officially declared < Disease in b-he Minister Rt. HOD. Sentence of three months' mipruonmeni with hard labour as jesterdav passed on it*-year-old %  boara SunueJ Main M nifi Hall. St. Michael by His Worship Mr. C L. Walwyn. Police Magistrate of District "A" who found him guilty of the unlawful possession of a SO-lb tin of butter on September 1ft. Hi* Worship Mr C. L. Walwyn also fined Sobers 20/for resisting Cpl. Clayton Byer on September 17 Sobers has sis convictions for larceny. Police Constable Sobers told the court yesterday (hat while on duly on Roebuck Street on September IS he saw the defendant carrying .< SO-lb tin of butter When the defendant saw him he dropped the tin and ran. He took %  ip the tin and carried It to the C.t.D. CpL Hycr sold that on Scptom' % er 11 he win lasuecl with a rar„ rant for the defendant sod aa**r \t-t*d*y me iiuugur-d meethim on Tudor Street the same day. ing irf the Ilarbado* \Iiiiilerl-.l When he triod to .irrest thr deAaeociation was hed at trie horn-' fendant he resisted E. Towers, HA. B.D Sobers told the court lhat a man nlabelle. The gave him the tin of hutter and lecttd is th* when CpJ Byer approarhed him Tudor Street he did not give BARBADOS MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION By FRANK VINES TELEVISION has finally invaded Canada. When I walked through the street 1 of Mnntrenl prior bo the opening of ihe Canadian Broadcasting Company's first enmmer ctal sponsored telecasts tht whole city resembled a giant oMtev. K. television store. Ejiworth Home. iS In department itores and gr. and the Canadian taxpayer is Rev. Towers was se faced with a new demand for tv. first President of the Associlttio ; ....— million pounds, which the K-VW^J, the RM V K tlansen ai the hlm -n '.-. %  .r c.mada and .-ill %  ffSJ %  '• ^daon Baj tvlanks-1 trn tnl will i iv, u. % % %  m 'flamm, d ..„. ... ", ", Mr. Harold Holt, the Australian precautionary measures against Bnd "des of bo-/ Even used aut. keep the new industry golm,. n .. ' Minister for Immigration and the spn-ad of the disease in m bile dealers wanted to rome in Thia new loan should help to es, K „ tK J? ,''* Labour, ohalnnan of the conferSouthern Saskatchewan have been on whaI promises to be the bigge.. tablish stations, within the period ]" ,T , Vi '' n *>oul i .•id that almost 90 per cent r. moved. This action does not rin *' •• venture this booming oi approximately two ye %  m £ !" T..! £"' "' ""* "' population of the Comin any way change present floor > u lrv has enrountered since the ;he Pacific ana Prairie areas of rT 1 "' n d Trc.ii.um siuml %  motiwealth and the British Coloprice policies for livestock t m :l5'. ntl on of lhc autnmobik 'his vast continent * D annual eieel •> nisi Empire enjoys self-Govern,. Newspapers are devoting whole Canada's larfe market* and the ,, w r„ r ih,.r ^ %  — %  n.e-t the disease has been Actions to the event and I was undisputed affinity of Canadianm(mlhlv ,..' l>opulation and covertnjs uneovered since May 4 when the Jo" that lelcvbion adverlisJi %  • towards Britain make this new J '',,-" .7~J' teeoni %  world's land area. '* Infected herd was slaughterheat an preceding records medium a challcnRe tn BntKi V""•'"> '"' moon .,, i-n month, rnta"1. >t was announced. Test aniOpinion Divided Iwsinee*. to the British film In,,'. in T inB IO """ m *"cc at ^ v r ao many people of Uko r n B <'"lves and hos> have been There is divided opinion at to dustry and to British TV Here £"' ' *' merttog U to t. interestH been gathered together <" a infected and contact premwhether Canadians should conat last Is a possibility through "J'f %  speight^iown In the ho..r in one place." he said, "Every ic for 60 dayg or more and none sWer themselves lueky or tmluekv, advet*toing for tinBritish biafV"' J !" ltw G Mrn CQtlfcreiice wo have had since hus shown evidence of tho since the iron fist of commercially Jisman to regain the lead BrHunder the auapfrcs of Hie above 1911 has strenii*cneci considerrt'^eaae. sponsored television will no'" **h quality products hi Id for so association In connrvtion with HM abiy the friendship ana Iwnds of "To-daj-'s ofhclal action removei reach Into their private lives, wVl 1"OK in the markets of the world Latin American Mission of the i,ll quarontlnes and restrictive tneourafc them to buy thing! the\ and here is the chance lor nritisJt United State* „T America there >s %  Th %  < i ave never been stronirmeasures, including Individual wer wanted, will make their Hlnis and trlevision to make and proposed n campaign towmds the or ties—tics lhat ore as delicate quarantine of former Infected or children demand breakfast food., market dims which wifl rival .„,, „f A|ir| ln my M MIK but as strong as iron bands contact premiaes. ami the general fowboy hats and specific kinds of those now produced in the USA. jh^ rellgioubodies renre. 3d Uei thai .M on nuarantlne applicable,.!., the In***** n<1 ultimately cut down Most British films have already ^^ ft f^SSLm^ buffer ne. Tl^'^^R^LS'J^: f^SA V*,^ V pron ueed"'?n ^ B -'" 1 '""'. Nau "'' 1 t rouble .. out of our discussions vlll be found the light to illuminate the waf.' 1 ,_ —B.U.P. Wore Aid To Asia Solve $ Cruie woods and prairies and, given thi-m commerelull< and healthy progr. id this newlv Id help t• I. lo be wre Infected premiss .nd 13 !" c !" ; !" ^.'"1 'i ^J "The iiuamntlne are. Involved ,,,. i_. 1 I. 21 rural munlclpallUej of tho IJItle l-holce v r 11 over 580 rural municipal!' "Hirae the C.B.C. and the •— In Sii!ika!chcwiin. Active Inwnadlan Government had little occurred In S of the 21 c hlee In the matter. American NEW V I,K ^eP*' '• %  ,UtlM. lple\ision has been watched by Mehboob Kaein, lllm dim-toi . M,m'titlnK cm the Minister's Innabltanui of the Toronto area and producer from India, arrived ffav SOIIV CfWIS iiouni-etnent declarln. Canad. !. r many years .nd the sale of In New York by plane on WadJ >rn,1 Foot nnd Mouth Disease, television seta In this area alone ne-,iv momln. to •mjav lor si From I'aur 1 Mr. Kelson Young, the DepartW" enough to warrant producIhe American dls'rlbution of tho Mr. fiallyslnih lias hpent four nalv nlnce in tue "orlil where ment's Director of Production I. 1 !" "' television sets In Canada. rt ctdnur inovle made In India "" '< In Urilan, on holiday. Z.,;, ...„ .1** Service, made It clear lhat In%  """i !" 'ncreaaln.ly evident to Kahn said that the p.ctuie coat On the_.!.,., I„. .„ duo 10 sail .„_„ of suspecltd animals and ""' 9? c l h l ,h e public -de000.000 rupees and took three home for Jamaica, he appeared meat were carried on in every !" "">o lelevlaion at Ihe soonyears to make. The lilm has been In • Birmingham magistrates part of the nation, and not only "L _ES" lbl '' m,lmen, CnX'i running nine week. In l-.odon eourt on a charge of stealing in the quarantine and buffer ,l,Tprl '' n l wa that research was and will have a private American "O" 1 %  nirnmnjliam shop areas of Saskatchewan. expe nsive and that a "wait and prcmieic an September 10. \r'. Berlin Truckers Defy Bloekade iiniUN, sept. 17. Wei-t B.-ihn tiuckeis We,lne>day braved Soviet slowdown in• pertions ami hrnught goods to Berlin through the Soviet Zone of Cermany after a last mlnuti agreement wilt, the city Oovtmment and averted a midnight tnke. Tniekeri agreed to continue to haul suppllrs to this island city despite Soviet harawuetit on the UO mile highway to the west The City Clovemment partially met truck em demand* for 'ompensiitlnn for the Soviet alowdown and agreed to negotiate with the West German Government on other demands made by Indian Film Director Arritvx In New York Jamuiam Lawyer Accused Of theft as. 1 ,., 8'MlN %  '' % % % %  old J.ui.alcan boi risier and a lormer Acting %  "Mtor-amaaral f or lhr ,„|„„ V has eleeti-d to go lor trial on a fling in Blrmuikliam. He pleaded not guilty and gar soaarveo ins oeti-nir foreign f"~ lo bBUUKi P lial Answer The bajn ~; M ~ of JiSSShSum"" expensive and that Irving to prom see" pt*y would give the counWashington srMri the audience .miio.i 1 -Mr. Young said that because _! ultimately Miter and moro will Include ofllclaK Irom Ihe •"!.'• r "even the slightest suspicion ,"fc "Ttii. I £.?" a 1 Ki. P nCT "nlted Stales State Drparunenl. aato bell. ; brougtn immediate attention. ,'I,' ,2?* f ""Iland. The new K ,h„ „id thai h,. would not Hropssai nltssl than had boon more than 1.600 ,1L., "i *S!^"", "T" ,'K '"•J 0 ": sttend the premiere but Uwt individual Inspections of suspect3?! ^2H?JU?' "*?"* "'e.-i.i to Hollywood lm lilm* .0 Ai r .-I meal during the outbreak In oAvJJ* .. ',, ePlenibeT, proved ,^,„.. eatent Alri.tm dollm tnarketg pjace. that Included Toronto. hf K l.*_ t w ?"..""t T* _'PO"Fy. WOUld %  .. u coekta-l glasses, a brass ashtra a rubber cushion and %  panknlra His passport Is held by the Birmingham police, Mr. Michael DavMsa, prafacut-n.fcf alleged that Mr. Hall, south 1 111 the shop tu take the goods nnd was slopped as fawas v.^. -„, a„„ see, ,„„cy , JSIT"**^.'" '" V,u,n ", '<*** %  about to leave Aft.:, btn ^ ^I^Sx^rBi-S^nfe g£Fv' %  &JnfB%Z ' ",^S? !~TASr c BC broadcasting building £ Wathln-jto. premwn Hi be ment. B.t'.r. 5 2La^S!at23 ^ ^,ZH SZZ Montreal and I found the pro"""nded by a group of 14 Indian lo absorb Amerlwere located in Canada were gramme anrt h( lWfU 7 lca movie stun, and directors who d f^V^^^^l n ^T^T ^ ^ i P m ^^ bmifjit from Pntsin arrived on Monday to begin I f^'TT, uJr n7i.II? -. ^,?nt ,0 '"" %  *"•. •*"". The four-week tour of America. K,lm Tcoma fh ^ fa^f >a .aSUSJM tto, and puffer ^^ ^ |hr pMun whjch w wJd np wouJd ^ £ gj J" !" buLM'd on TV .standards uaed in Stat*-i for four weeks. Sombre salesman gels a 'regular* order CAM a traveller in tmokrr'i accessories. U you want a lighter, a cisaictte-holorr. o* a Itooluh. Sam's the man -ho •hoot, ths latest line 'Writ,'' I aakrd him. "bow's the great doc*-to-doors?" ".Saaf at ary Jbar.'" mid 3** mimtUfrNittrmna^nm^.Fof •ne thing. -" %  esiafiaeal aae" a-Wa yaa'nf jWu.* hat * ** %  %  -" a/an uid aiM'ay 'Ufi,lpn( i -i.iir asart law (wsWlMf a eas. •/ pipm "Thai's probably yew croubWlMiel Abedce.ee* aapes." %  %  iVaif.SS". dull, "Like I aaid." I aaai. You're being upaet by the 30 ft. of papins; you have insidtyou. All you eat he. to go through that caie ef pipes, and your bowel muicles have to do the pushing snd pulling. But there", nothing lor fjteai to hang on to in the twit had you get nowaday!." "Wear* saaf Sdat. "Not at all' I aaai iliibolebubble. toil and trouble in your tummy — adoar of conitipat.cn. You're in need oi Kellogg's AH Bran.*' "H'rWr.eaf.lfcafegaw.'tr oieerf •BSS. "Just st the rigbt place." I uid. You have a little AII-Bran for brealuaet e*sry mofains. It's delieicut. and i gives your dkt aujk — tcenething for those muscles to work on. It'll ritake yeu ifguUt' n a matt*of days.*' I Mt Sam digesting this, sssl when I HI him a week later he looked %  if he was in full -ale. "Case* awr m as." IBSSMSI Sam. "Haaf la Say e UiiUm^" "So All-Bran"i put you in the big time, has it>" I aiksd. %  /-( 1 it *." tw* Sam "ft i..i I' • twii'ain 'ire aaye. Afav. u*oi abMif a oarM . %  •. %  1 Uid. KELLOGG'S AlL.f*AN n> lit*ei' Mitpiii. lifp m"tfvUr Made r>o rich otS*r lavsn •/ -ffaelt wtwjet. eeltclowly -r.a(••rtt-i -IIK awll. wll aad MflM. Mahei a •eieadtd t.,-..li. ead man, .DD-iiii (••<-. bar.*, aad ime-iM dHSes. ; l( pe zones received, at nil times. vvould bi iptialUe CIQS raCleniaOkaCo. eould cut Ihera 0U1 tO I 1 rjfe uvw acpissj!iisa VatK mSu euro. Buy More Land M 0 '*IM..I'' ( hM The Barbados Telephone Cu. m i.u n AliS LW * "1 ulr l • P of the than 100.000 receivers Stalled I>.nri I... U :..!... „.,.., < n m—. in f*mn*Am ...In. IK., definition 'Steni the USA, that is a picture with S25 line definition, la extremely ghod. better In fact than the standard US picture and Just as %  bod as Its British counterpart. Tho reason for the 525 line system was a very simple one. Firstly, there are already more —U.P. UNESCO Fights Illiteracy land forrni Hall, situated Workmen were < merest eel .del be coupled eduction in akiropasn Mis argument is that this str.i.egy would force Europe to. fight for SSSllE. ^" ^, Aslun markets and to earn the Bsssis to e >lhnfai W depesi DBN i.ii United States economic %  Sristanrjst -UP. ly belonging to Plea In Canada using Day roll* it work ay the bbery and felling the surrounding trees. Others were engaged in laying out the foundaU of the build ihu Half n hi is LONDON population of the lliterute and the pro|IN All-Out War With Red China Urged I-OS ANGattJtS, Sept 16. An all-cut vrar acalml th* rhine-ie Commul :: !*gion. \> l>OT)b sl.ouM b ^.ouplA nld thai the United States must take the "calculated risk" f n war above* the Yalu River : nd ret a deadline on tl truce talks. —U.P. and secondly the 525 Hi will make It possible to interportion la rising, soya the United chjnge programmes with AmerlNations Briermfk, Ivlucstioiial can station* and thus oerhaps and Cultural Organisation, in Its service the whole continent In report for 18*1 — 32, just pubtimo to come. The Canadians have Ushed in London. sTn? comtructln^ <• ** language difficulty "It Is impossible to stand by ,rv fhe^ fnr ih, eli. ln thp Mon '' al %  rea b y w***nd do nothing." says the rehe em, ng ^v^, bjHngual amwoncers port. "Present condition* ran bo and actors who can perform in Improved and the far-reaching both English and French, thus reforms of tomorrow will dihecoming the first bilingual TV i-end on the progress we make nation In the world. today. Drastic methods are Three. Loans needed for this period of translTo launch Canadian television tion." the CBC had to iirrange three The Organisation is taking ployees. 1 \IIOt RUtS AT WORK A oortlon of the Rockley Road, uch leads to Hastings is now repaired. Repair" to this road take the form of resurfacing leans totalling close to three steps to f.ght the probli tAT and gravel labourer* million pounds. This money d ore at work yeeterday assisting J^"'^ the work. Iliamond Hinssi LCH'IS i n win %  or Id i lliti-racy by providing to conatruct television fundamental" education. It S centres in the country's two sending .mi miaaiona to undeclargeat population centres— Mondeveloped <-ountrles to study loc.U trcal and Toronto, to hire and problems, make recommendations train staff, to acquire the technland give practical help. It Is also cal facilities and to undertake Hie preparing Mutable teaching maiKtabllshment of a network link*.i>rlals and is helping to train Ing the Canadian centres and th. na rsosen why thla airline has been "lint ehofce" ef iniirnoHs*nsd havsler, lor neorly 9 quarter of m eento-y. NEW YORK Noii-itup wrvlce by tl>e lntimrHU "El Presidete" or via Sim India •ad lb. OTISI.1. Van*xvela for Quality and Value • UY A tOTTLI YOOAYI You'ra waiting vofcc obto eowef—ond up to 10% of th f\i i /ou buy —if veur car It • qu^p-d wi|f. dirty, worn .pork plgg. . the wrong '/pa of pfvg*. ty lanrting otf tho f^ot In Itm comb^i'n OSOTD*', CKompiop'i fiall-hVing iporV dolivert tho full power buA* into your enc/ma. Hova yov daoiar imioH d*p*f")abli> Chdrnptoo Sr-ork Piugt'. *ISiI ON LSND, ON SIS, IN TM P/t/v/lm/rra/v Hv*io IIXH ns %  MLS Do Com I Ci Stood Stratf f\d\ MIO-IO ?T?, lAftoc kv


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PACE FOUI BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1*. IIS2 8AipppsAAnv6cATE A \ isilor In i\ew York TRADE UNIONS AND if .I.MVH %  September I*. Ill I ..U.I. LIMIT* DESPITE the activities of the Police and the Barbados Automobile Ass. which have received 'he full support of the Press and Radio excessive speed is still practised by road users Perhaps the "road-hog" will be with us till death, but his anti-social antics might be further curtailed by a simple police action. The roads of Barbados are so short that highways exist here more as courtesy titles than as solid realities. It is therefore difficult to f|nd long stretches of road along which the motorist can be given permission to go full steam ahead with no regard for the reading of his speedometer That is why the Police have wisely restricted the maximum speed of motorists to 30 miles per hour and to 20 miles per hour within the City limits. NEW Yi'KK Sept 10. undci stand, marked the njii.t Vacations haw jcnticd. ii i wot* all i" buslines* huusea as woll on ih.ihool* ]7 and 48 wa* negotlati I %  fkUUM I H (or. tnninjp. and %  I? I.\ll\l A >llll AH "" i """ NEW RK 5 to. Thc ocvaaion was a "UUlc Ij2 u 1 '"** t^bOMl l> l fit tugethc:,' given by Mia. Gwen Walton, of Manhattan Avenue, a Barbadian, whoae eldest son Keith. ww on 1tte e\e of hi* army tl*-. tht> oab Barha|.artuie overseas AI:; present; % %  llllaiat v.cll Mre Mini Barbara Wlckham, lato . He opened thc of Hie nurinstaff ot Dr. Bay ley \ thc seventh man i-Jini.-, a rocoot arrival in America. dtiun lln extrvnw* ol heal following to be dismissed He scored 28. and She has already gone to work In lays in nue summer iyi. while he was there hope remained, a hospital in the Hi jit was grand to be out ol door* that we would top the 78. But he Mr. Charles Tappln, *on of Mi. when the weaitn i n> fine, and | 00 succumbed to Siiunderi wiles, Archie Tappin city demist, had this goes for most of the period. t ta ihe day was lost. also ran in from his studies at It began on Memorial Day—May Howard University where he I* 30. and ended on Labour Day. But It was good while it Lasted, in his fourth year of denial SludSeptember I," wag the way one and brought back cherlshad has. He still has a long way to go, seasoned naturalised American m*morns lo the tight knot of he said, but I* working hard and cili/en described summer to me. Barbadians in which I found my wc |j. and for him it WJS always the lot cast that Sunday afternoon. • a a" %  a besi time of the many years he has There were Dudley Barrow, once Politics quite naturally conWtattrad and summered here. in the newspaper game in Barbatlnue to be thc thief topic of conda*, Mapp once a member of the versation In all circles, its interior me I will remember that Wesley Hall Boys' School staff In esting to observe tha very many during the sumrn If I had my first the days of the late revered Rawle ways In which the Pre.idential and sax/ my lint cricket Parkinson, Dudley Rollins, the candidates are kept In ihe news match in Amerk i. 1 had a lovely Griffith brothers, and many others whether they aie out campaigning, trip out to Jonas' Beach on Lone whose names were familiar around or Just relaxir.K In some quiet Island one of How York's Unesl the cricket grounds at Empire spot 0JLf# M0HHII S mss \it\< \n: sr.\Tio\nm Unfortunately Barbados is built up in many, other places besides Bridgetown, and vM 'with the bathing ... ii i . „j (-*!-.;. ""'mes of boih ladles and gentl Speightstown. Holetown and Oistins. where the 20 miles per hour speed limit is normally observed In the area for example which extends from the Paynes Bay Fish Shed lo ihe St. James automatic telephone exchange a speed of more than 20 miles per Hour is at all times danyer-aous to human life Yet 30 miles per hour 'is permitted within this distance. The "road-hog" of course thinks nothing of doing 55 miles per hour on this stretch or anywhere else and on Monday morning the driver of a hired car almost was rcjgponsible (or causing what might have been u very ugly accident merely because he was travelling at 35 miles per hour in •• than w:'.s safe resorts, with it* old dun coloured Queen's Park and Kensington. wave* heaving ai d Inert in all the day. But *• %  m it of I 1<1 see up and di>w was ... a solid crowd which hardly K/i room lor thos. wlto wanted lo waul about a bil Beach umbrellas, in every aOstMn la, dotted the brown sand [ nan. in variety and brilliance of colour. There were all kinds of figure* and styles of bathing outfits as well, and at fixed laitervahi along the beach alert I>lfgiiiird> tehiul eyen on those who rroll-ked in the -urf. Perched on I si .iixiut inn tall the guitr.' not only blew his whistle when a would IH* swlmmrr ventured too far, but he also blew when he iiigM aama t< ddler who had strayed from Its perflnti M fi lenoa He lifted the Uttl 'me Up to his high feat and Ihen held liim up for all lo see as he tooted Jpud and long. Then mother, dad at* rimtlfi would icdinper up ind all was well At the cricket match Barbados ln*i v. Jamaica In a keenly tonte ted fixture at the Randall island stadium. Tne small scores Th, stretch between Paynes Bay Fishare no indication of the spirit and feeling with which the game was One of the latest pictures of Ike" Elsenhower, the Hepublican candidate allowed him asleep In a plane Kb) flat was clenched and the text of the picture read.— "Even in his sleep Elsenhower T veal.* Ins determination to smush the Democrats in Washington." Another picture, this time of BAKNKY Mil I \K shed nnd Ihe St James telephone exilian is only one of many sti' Barbados where N|>.'cds ought lo be reduced to 20 miles per hour. The erect! n of simple discs with the figures "20" is all that is necessary. To reduce speed on the roads of Barbaikno. il and in which wellinto another vhich included nonv itarbadians— vho were holtstandard baarcr. shows him sit ting with legs crossed. The sole of one shoe is plainly visible and In the centre of It is a hole. The reading under this picture said that the Governor of Illinois had worn out his sole carrying hi* maangsi to the people. The pace of the campaign gathers momentum each day and Elsenhower seems to be gaining ground by his forthright approach and speeches to all sections of the nation. He hf* r-et a precedent fop. Republican candidates by invading the south long regarded • **• unshakable stronghold of **>* Democrats. He had a rousing reception at every stop he made and his camp reports satisfaction nt the result* of bat tour. Stevenson, once culled "the unwilling candidate" seems to be taking a slightly less strenuous course, and his speeches are couched In langua.e more ornate than .tk.rt n Ei'enhowerV It is recalled thai "when he was being pushed for figures par.ldpated. Ken this tune student, who were noli^Sa^S^^Zm^fS^ UM wsfwesi Indian star daying in Ame.ica. They had come Sen? "If bTZsible n from Jamaica led his in from thc Unive slly College ,hj !" p£> $ i r w rnc ' colo.ys team which Included of the West Indies in Jamaica, Bul ho „„, g^ny, qullp Vilhni; :. I s Minders who was a member praiseworthily to have n look at t(> ma |, e th c bid for "the cup." of llio Jamaica team to Barbados things outside the West Indies. rvrn |f nc joe* not always seem i.ilier this year, and a useful allMies* Warfg Mlfa Austin Clarke. !l( h enjoy inn thr effort :.under named Headley. Not daughtar of Mrs Ruby Archer. licn-ge though. The Barbados *'i %  % %  ( I'sittons lh:i. St. Michael i aw i hA morr h im Fttth do. to 30 miles per hour Is an objective „"„,,,% Shirle, Gill, the ami Hi. Pat !.„,., d.,uhi w or A,.,,^ wncn in. L,i !" I ne and Barbados left hander, Mr .1 (\ Hope of the sjimc locality. Legion held their convention |i ..i.l Included I'harles Alleyne, Both these young Indies are puru, e (jity a few days ago and hi mour Beckles. Errol MUUngton suing an arts course at the Unicertainly rnjoved the music and rmpire and Barbados left-hander, ver.uly and told r.e that they are the crowds He smiled and waved l-eroy Crichlow cf nble tennis thoroughly enjoying the Ufa I fame, and little I/iuls Brown who used to open DM liuiGuni for Krnpire and the O^.C. W.I. U"tversitv was also present Wll ontf commcI1 i from np itand T1.e game, a << ie-innlng* affair and told me that all the student and all agreed that he is makim; I was a personal triumph for lads had buckled down and setn great fight of It. ISJiunders who took 8 wickets for tied in to the interesting routine Come November 4 Election 15 runs to dismiss Barbados for 56 of the college life. He told mc Day. America is promised onaaf -fter they had put out Jamaica that "Champ" Alleyne, .mother i r grandest, keenest fights is** which can hardly be attained so long as thj) motorist regards breaking ihe speed limit as no crime. That many motorists do so regard the breaking of. the tpee't limit Is evident from the practice of *urning on headlights as warning signals whenever policemen a:e discernible The argument that headlight dimming is legitimate because it is by way of an added warning lo the motorist not to exceed the speed limit is specious because U ignores the fact that the motorists so warned habitually exceed the speed limits and only reduce speeds when in the neighbourhood of police. The posting of 20 m h. and even 15 miles per hour signs in several built up villages along highways would ensure U)8 obseivance by "road-hogs" of a safe speed limit at least along those portions of the highway where overspeeding always endangers human life. msroAsinii.iTv MR. E. S. THOMAS in an addfess to the education section of the British Association in ltd fast last week made certain remarks about the training of backward children in the United Kingdom which might have some application to local education. Mr. Thomas has discovered that he had to relinquish even benevolent dictatorship in the classroom and lhat he had to share the whole administration of the class with the children and be willing to enter more into their lives and to allow children a measure of entering into hia own life. "We often fall to realise." said Mr. Thomas, "how very fully we could assist the maturation of our pupils if only we gave them ample opportunities to carry suitably devised burdens of responsibility. We learned in our silent periods (during which pupils and teacher wrote down their thoughts on certain subjects) to create responsibilities no matter how trivial from ihe adult point of view, so thai every child could feel himself a vital part of the community life of the class." Whether Barbadian children are backward or not need not concern us: but no one can deny that the last characteristic by which the average Barbadian school child could be known is the possession of a sense of responsibility. This absence of a sense of responsibility may be directly traced to the system of benevolent dictatorship which characterises almost every department of Barbadian life and which begins in the schools. Perhaps the introduction of silent periods and other aids to self-expression and the exercise of original thinking might be more widely practised in our schools, and might be more beneficial than streaming, grading, intelligence tests and all the modern methods which are used to reduce children to stereotyped patterns. -..*., ... w* .. ,.... ..„j ...: ,„(. enmit nc -nvlc.1 ami v..w.l thoroughly entoyitig Hie life at ut the onlookers but looked every ihul centre of learning. Mr. Colin inch tha .ldl"r that he I*. "He lione i-ats brother, also at the won l>efore and he can win again," ?8 A voungster, Adrian Foster scholarship >ed for lombcrmcre in Ma %  I k vlnner was also staged fo: White House. residence In iht Our Readers Say; Cultu \Tonin To the Editor, bag Advocate. origin. There was then no question of predominant negro influences In Spain, since the Mi Kindly permit mo to state some of thc aspects of ihe case which arouse my intense opposition. The argument that wo must keep ep with Trinidad and SIR.—Der Fuehrer, unlike Mr. Mt nH negroes. So. everything Jamaica is, I think, so much mi" ehievous humbug. That was the main plea put forward for reducing the retiring age of our senior public officials to 60 years, and so DOW Vfi have an increasing number of such gentlemen, sound in body and mind, forcibly rUntd on two thirds of their Income or else looking for additional jobs. and the island has to pay their pensions and the salaries of their successors, and uffer thc loss of ::i>pktnsqn, Is suffering from wril"Latin Is really African in origin cramp, he asks me to say how j* perhaps the "heresy" which Mr. much ho enjoyed parts of this Hupkinson could not disclose to tentleman's article in your Suny ur readers In hi* letter last -Uiu Adrocatr of Ulh September, week The Fuehrer recommends The Fuehrer ..frees with Mr. *">' el.menUry study of hlslorv liupkinson that it Is lo be regretand anthropology instead of en thst the work of painters, "Othello", this will help Mr. Hopsculptors, authois and poets In the kinson to avoid his display of dilti.'h West In'ltes should show half-baked thcorn anv Influence of the detestable -.. OrUlsh culture. The Fuehrer un. %  .'.'"' r ueh r "..ardently hopes ,tertand< that the work of Picasso, ,^' T^T ^ n '' 5 "" E 8 m "perience and skill they gained Moore and the Haitian n £| Wp, I "d'an composers will during their vrnrs 111 not entirely unknown n vol l£ u £ !l lb ^ i t n ai ^e music in your West Ind.a islands. So. £aJ£* u J.***}* !" **?... !" ? during their years of service. The proposal is not for a perJhetels some hope for revolution, ,um ;"' n f •'. however, ccvitage of increase, but for the anpainting with the tvplcsl f. bUgcd to ** ,ini oul lh l *0 of DOVlll.lSG of Ihr'afCR*. pay, ....... these composers arc not claimed from /'" *— n.1% has." that life in these ujrts by "Germany und Scandinavia". since Sibelius was born in Finland I My Fuehrer was especially imand Trhalkowsky in Russia, and lliv-sedtv Mr. Hopkiion's scorn although Schumann was born In T.I I detestation of religion. Saxony, he would not have passed his sweeping statement inc Aryan test with such a name. I which labelled puritans and be' llevcra in original sin "moral humN lover of poetry Is the FuehbU| The Fuehrer found that r.-r-Goethe. Sohille there were also other sorts of excepted—so that he cannot aphumbugs. picciate Mr Derek Walcc'.t's lines. During the Fuehrer's control of which, when t the Fatherland, your readers will '"•>" §M II that an attempt was made there to control nnd direct public taste in art. literature and music Such a step hamet with greater success in the U S.S.H., with Its more advantageously situated conthi lator not claimed from S100 to $200 per mowMi f, Ihe rank and file membrrs. a"d much taru-r total sums for fhe "ficials. At this rate our Lagtllature will soon become one of the major items In llu anfual expenditure! Membership in the Assemblv i Tor the majority of the gentlemen ri Wagner only a "part-time job", and comparatively small — an afternoon once a week and an occasional Jated into GerCommittee. Also of course a cerike more sense lain demand on their lime for they do in English, but this sludv of Bills and Subjects. But be the result of a good transthis Is something all public-spinill, citizens have to find time for. or let movement up or down, go My Fuehrer is surprised and bv default —ired to learn that "the West centration camps. Even ShostakoIndies needs prophets", for with In the ens. of most of the Memvich, the Soviet com pose r-laureMr. Hopkmson and the peripatetic hers thetr duties as such do not ate was once officially dropped meddler* from U.N.O^ the sen-,u*ly Interfere with their busiwhen his music . considered bv Caribbean Commission. Colonial nesa oi Income ot h a i w l aa. In fact Stalin to be >.tit-bnurgeaaY. So. OftUe. IVvclopment t. WHfm • .iblv not anprethosv who do not appreciate thr It"' British Council, as will as clably at nil This of course dOM Calypso "ought", as Mr. llopkiarewdenl Social Welfare Offleeii! not apply to th< "Prime Mi son says, "in be killed wlthsaff and top-heavy Secretariats in nnd his colleajtues on the Execuhesltation, for they sre among our every respect tha future of the live CnmmNlec. and they should greatest enemies." West Indies should be known be given prope* cniu.lderation At The Fuehrer would be glad if any rate there used to be %  uflHerr von Ribbentiop. at one Mr Hopklnson with his wide rlent gentlemen willing to give time our Ambassador lo the Court knowledge could inform Mm who their services ii the House for the of St. James, oner related to the recommended the Barbados GovpitKir food as they conceived ii nt to buy land at Clinketfs? —and the honour; and prtibaMv i the Fuehrer's greetings (here are still such gentlemen (or %  ne, ladles) not far away. In the name of Kultur, EVA BRAUN HITLER. should be emphasised that there is a crowd of schemes callIhiuhlnl /*• For tf.C.P'*. ita for publ.c 'reatment and exrend-'ure and the House Is vertlnc To fhe fAtior, thr Advocate. money all the •in-'' and still not ; ulcrs. no doubt, handling many urgent needs—; %  r notice of this new and particularly unemployment ay) unexpected aiiaek upon our small 'he nee .TV nnd hnme-; lih work The Oxford Cossp"ir>ii ilnnuclal resource* Indeed two '• — and'ar emigration. Two lo Mustc (193B Edition). of them have already voired their young men have been at my door oTotent ami distress in your this week-end with pitiful pleas I Herr von Rlbtwntrop also menReaders Say" columns, and I am 'or hett. tone almost frantic). [ Uoned "the tragi-comical situation jure they represent a large comhaving women and children, ami 1 of a man unable tg throw a tenpnu Hava %  .i any rortimcnt Ol evicted for arrearv of rent. BOd ant out of his own house", which advice to offer' nothing to earn 1 to feed the dated in backward Britain from broken up families, rone back to! the unfortunate 1S14-18 War \.uTo me. as a poor person strugtheir old people M ucmbling in der the name of Rent Restriction gling to make ends meet In a very debt. : %  way, the nroposvl looks like I could gar more, much more: Fuohrel snly tOMan extraordinarily HlBsh step the proposal shoefct me. But be-' nounce hU so IfkUfleTOftl lo Iha nOads of ron tha fa al de-ision Is isken hnn oi rice rrrsc. Iha nntcroiis unen hould not a public meeting of • tehrer*s dtaCUM suffering people protest be called? Is there no' Fuehrer Ihe quaint habit English Music Hall comedians, revue ano C'.li.irct ai'tr'i r'..i.i Dj ffllMng Btl and singing songs aboul and persons in the news Some of these mercilessly lampooned the Fuohrat in most scandalous terms Wc. of course, did not realise thai this was . form of art In the British dnl*>ean. And. we could noInd the word "Calypso" In that ignorant llrtlby fcKNtST ATKINSON STH1CTLY speaking, and to a considerable | extent in practice, Britain's Trades Union 5 Council is efetasrhed from a Labour Government as much as from a Conservative Oirthainilallll It must seek to exercise pressure on behalf of ii> cuiiMitutent unions and their members, upon whatever government may be in power. Likewise it has come to be expected of it that it will seek to foster the national interest and will urge right actions upon its supporters even though those actions may chance to be part of the policies of action of a Government with which it is not supposed generally to be in sympathy. Thus at thle (recent Trades Union Congress the Council has taken lines on, for example, rearmament und economic policy generally which wore unpopular with con ible parts of the rank and file and at the same time could not but be approved by UM Conservative Government. But the trade union movement is closely linked with the Labour Party, and. though formally il is detached from whatever government may be in power at any particular time, in fact Labour Governments are more congenial to the trades union movement than are governments of any other political complexion. FINANCIAL SUPPORT One or two—possibly a few more—Conservative Members of Parliament receive linancial support from trades unions. (The political funds of the unions are on a voluntary basis). The same unions almost certainly support Labour MPs as well. But at thi last General Election, of the six-hundred nnd thirteen Labour candidates, one hundred and thirly-ninc were sponsored by trades unions, and of the two hundred and ninety-live Labour candidates djlected, one hundred and live received some financial support from trade unions. Of the twenty-five elected members of the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party, eleven are in the Trade Unions' Section, whose members are sent there by their respective unions. They represent a powerful body of opinion at the Labour Party Conference^—that for this year is shortly to be held at Morecambe—and in the general working of the Party throughout the year. Another important body exists to harmonise thc views and actions of the main elements of Labour and trade union opinion in the United Kingdom; the National Council ol Labour, which lust year held nine meetings. This is composed of representatives of the Trade* Union Congress, ol ihe Labour Party and of the Co-operative Union. Labour Members of ihe House of Lords and the Editor of the Daily Herald also attend. The major activities of all constituent bodies are reported upon at thc meetings and there are important discussions on broad topics of general interest to the. movement. The trades union movement in Britain is thus closely linked with the Labour Party and with the established democratic institutions. There have been in recent years attempts to prompt the trade unions to take industrial action to achieve political ends. Now and again even some important men among the trades unions' leadership have ur.iH'd that if this or that action is not taken by the government of the day the unions' attitude should be reinforced by strike action. CONDEMNATION But that is not the doctrine to which the trades union movement as a whole subscribes. Early this year the National Council of Labour, for "example, with its representation of the Trades Union Congress. passed ;i resolution which said that it "expresses in strongest terms its condemnation of the attempts now being made by irrcit Ic elements to persuade trade union lits to lake industrial action in order to achieve political ends. "Such action in addition to threatening the economy of the nation is in itself a direct challenge to the supremacy of our established democratic institutions. The campaign which is being organised: under thc pretext of protesting against the actions of the present reactionary Government, is in fact part and parcel of a world conspiracy to undermine the industrial power of the nation and to weaken its insistence to totalitarianism. "The National Council of Labour there fore calls upon all members and supporters of the Trade Union, Labour and Co-operative movements of Britain to do their utmost to strengthen all three wings of the move, ment so that they may emphasise, through cotnrttt u ttonal channeuT, the lcqitimate aspirations of the British people/ In that statement there is a classic example of the way In which the sound and orthodox trade union mind works, Thenis criticism of the Conservative Government, expressed in no friendly terms. But there is out and-out condemnation of unconstitutional methods and those who inspire them. ESTABLISHED CHANNELS vv/,vvAvwv*'/>*w,V/V/V-y/#v>, **** I Ol I MAN I-KE3SCU I \MI UNGu and KrrMli* t SH and SM C.iidto powrr MANTLES 300 JI.J 5M Candlepower GASOLIN~ IRONS GENERATORS IILTLIt I.NNIXK SPIRIT CANS III RK1I \M LANTERNS ANO GLOBES C. S. PITCHER & CO. ".. 4tn TOWELS TERRY TOWELLING A !>'• niiil selection: • BATH TOWELS • KACK TOWELS • BATH MATS IN BRIGHT COLOURS And ;..ivl\ patterned LINEN GUEST TOWKLS %afcyARD VYNIDE LEATHER CLOTH Embossed Design in softly tinted • BLUE • ROSE • BEIGE The perfect wash-down covering for Morris Suites or Table-Tops Per Yard SO" — $5.04 VYNIDE for colourful Beach BBRS in TROPICAL DESIGN —auf Da Costa & Co. Ltd. Duce about the Latin ithc< nunin ai II Italy. Th hearing that Uu* Moors were nun regard for the generj! Afti-ans but Arab and Berber in fara: md Ished at Mr. Vaughan preser' Fuehrer tioc* not recall thought hhad It •' r p Sept 15 !2 There is a more recent example of the trade unions habit of working through established constitutional channels. Thc Labour movement, and considerable parts of the trades unions, oppose the plans of thc Conservative Government to undo the nationalisation of the iron and steel industry and of parts of the transport industry. Th..* General Council of the TUC in fac: showed Itsedl unwilling to take on a task that the majority of thc unions forced upon it. but by way of I %  aboor'a intentions and preparing material for th< %  'or the next Getierel Klection, thc flenernl Council was instructed to prtj .. for the "extension of social ownership %  democratisati'.-n of nationalised Indir A few have spoken v n the %  • %  wav. or other subject and called for more dirvi" ," 1O "v lnr l But that is not III favoured POOR MAN. b >' tne steady majority of Bnt-sh opinion of the Left. SPm*i 9 QUICK LUNCH Mlnerd Steak % %  Bail Bread %  ssssiisa Ham K un-All Psrk Haddock Carr*s Crsrkera Anchor Butlrr Anchor Chre*—>, Pke. I r../r,-. Vea/etsMes WINES Dry Sack Harvey's Sherry BerncasUe Chartrease Hold Braid Ram Make mine s Gain try It with Anchor Cheese FOR DINNER Leg Lasnb Shoulder Lamb Chickens Docks Turkeys Turtle Soup Clam Chowder Red Cabbaae in Una Green Cabbsfe In tins Cut Means In tins Green Ksle to tins He In* Peas Canadian No. 1 Table Potatoes Cyprus Onion* JUST ARRIVED Hams 1W each Hams 21b. each Hams 8 lbs. each Craven A. Gigs. 2s* and SSs Rensrn A Hedgea 70s and as* G0DDARDS I Oil THEM. A



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1MZ BARBADOS ADVOCATF. PAGE FIVE Vestry Decide To Petition Legislature LEGAL OPINION SOUGHT Moneka Unloads Fresh Fruit BEFORE DECISION MADE Hand-caru were bui>yeterIbf RiiM-> !I. it* Si tUy ntuitK the wharf. This was Giviia.ij ami <.eure.eio. due to the arnva. uf the motor niiht Afrni r.n the BsoJ**-* in .essel M am t kM whiiti tarn* Into M< An tin A Co. port from Domini.:), fa .urn.. u Ltd. THE CHRIST CHURCi' VESTRY un a G-5 majority •Mtardaj .levied to pttitiOL the U^slature lur author*£" !" 'SSH^'tSKZ "" rty to eonaputa The .>*nsum ot their former Poor Law InJ,^, M i iwult. the untSdini of ACE "* S Espec tor, Mr. Ronali Eversley to include five years service ihu comiiiodi.y required the previous to his 23 years of unbroken service. LIFE AND TIMES OF CLENNELL WICKHAM MR P A HOYOS. MA, Senior History Master i i .J a paper on "The Life and Time* of : Wiikha.it", at a meeting held at the Barbados Press Club on Wednesday night. the L*aal opinion on the matter had been sought by the Vestry from their Solicitors. Their solicitors informed them that the pension to be computed from the unbroken service was in order, but they would have to get authority from the legislature if they wanted to take the other Potts Made Curate Of Cathedral vices of hand-carts, of the waterfront blocked. LOADING DAERWOOD That part purua'.!> ; unbroktn H. St. G. Ward. C Kill, ford. C. Ward. V Cl Mrs. H. A. Talma. H. Games. J. "websi Gittens. InjiiMire When the S.S rUnU-r ..irivetl port yesterday morptng, it had „_t • % %  i board two race horses. They SB. jwepH nuunrl-t p : .MI, \L.;,' .'..*" ,i brown colt, which was imported from Eruf-— land to Join the stables of Mr. The work of loading DM aarfO M I R. bourne, aud the black ot the moloi vessel Daerwood n ily -Jinx" which is consigned "o also called for hand-carts, as they the Barbados Turf Club, were seen delivering it*ms thai made up the cargo of the vess-'l. Otlttr cargo i-ort*r*iet1 of 2.000 These Items included soap, bibags of Portland cement. 89 keg;> F* ,r weather and quiet seas ting of the Appoint"*"". *"d baskets of pottery 0 f p, m M cam of red ww, LF '"vourablt to sei-egdivers ^T^^aJfJ*""* and 350 cantatMn of milk ul "V nn ,np *-" lwo **•. * " n b ,or nd Magnesia. Other cargo Included !" •?•?* >V in chemical laboratory apparatus, refrigerators, footwear, pertumrrv. hardware, shredded wheat, btcyeles, lubricating ml. ootbM) P**8 goods, motor car spares, m<*dli Sea-Eggs Plentiful Mr. John Berates. M.B.E.. was -hairtnan and among thoM ppaaant were Mr. D. Hum Mr. N. Osbournc. Mr. P. A. Brathwaitc. Mr F. L. Wakett. M.C.P., Mr. B. A. McKcrale. Mr. J C Hopr, Mr T. L. Cozier. Mr C Huulumun, Mr. J M Hewitt. Mr. O. S Copptn, Mr L A. Lynch and Mr V T. McComle Mr. HuyM spoke lint of th. AS a leader of ulF.nlsed labour— 'i Guiana Labour Union was the llrtt organisation of Its kind In the British Colonial five years into account. HUM utiu. is nimasii . % %%  %  —i — —% %  .. % %  %  . %  %-• — %  — ,.After the motion was carried At a meeting of the Appointcult., and baskets of pottery of paint. 50 caaea of red wine. • favourable to sea-egg dlvcra ^"Vl, "*" f . IUIS lor approaching the Legislature, menu Committee of th Anglican, carefully packed and 350 contain. i> of milk of during the pel two ee*a. At !" ,., ~' !" u JV,ih..i. i ihi Mr <5. Drayton asked that the Church ycslerda?. the Hevd. H. A The DacrwoX left port vesterMagnesia. Other cargo includ.l bay "•• %  >• %  * %  >> SSs^SLkVaSlSllStSSS votmg be rMOTdad. Those, who Polls. M.A (Cantab) wa, appointda, evening for St. Lucia. St. chemical laboratory .pp. were brought In. I* voted for approaching the LegU. ed Curate of the St. Michaels Vlnc-ent and Aruba refrigerators, footwear, perfumery. •'^,,KSK W Zl!aSS .^TSL..ie..i lature to get In. previous five Cathedral. The S.S. Lady gMdliey slcam-d hardware, rtredded wheat, btcy, A hn " h ?• %  -*? ,rp Plentlfu years added to the 23 year, of Th c Revd. PotU. S5. 1. the son ">'•> P* yesterday at noon from .C^Sm. 'ft^^LasSUl? sharx "c J! !" ?' ' a "' h ""<<"><••> did S1 L T : "' W h ,••" %  "••" ,"? goods, mole, car spares, medic,..e ,'..5" varruua eu^iSSSS oinih E """ r *; Kneincrln, before entering Camgeneral cargo to.^ the island nd „,„„„. w.reVa'uth. drt, ,h. P.,, liek ThelWurer thenpad "<> Mdite University where he did There were 12 paoengers landing . •. frinTth, induslrlal to the ,.lllie.l nsl were "'•'"'">' %  ,nd -*Z"T^„£ %  '"f'J.r: IT. tricSi — ~ -"I the mer told the "Ad| ( > forty years ago. He sook< vocate" that while they were enof Dr. Jabei DttoO and tin gaged In digging out a stone they •Barbados Ttmes'* and of Arebme upon a smoking p:pe about Ungton Newton tM %  18 inches long. They Kept (fKlina ovend two smaller pipes Then he came to the Barbados ne unnus and In eonHerald and K* *" ,d,,, S "I" tinning the digging they saw the Clement Innlss and C lennell Wlckskull and bones. A similar ease ham. To lnniss and Wtckham as was reported m Cambridge re'> Charles Duncan O Neale he cenllv attributed the remarkable poltli• • • cat change that came over the Engineers al almost every Wand In iho period following the sugarcane factory are at present first World War. examination. The Technical would be allowing for yearn which he would not l>e normally entitled to Mr C. Brandford said that the ^M W ^JTM^ suspension of Mr. Eversley at the, "j" werc ble time, was nuite sultlcient punishq iT* menl for 'anything he might have done, and to deny him his full pension then would be punishno *> and PP>ri fnr him twice. business, as a fair There are 42 students In tho Junior Class. Branch of the Journalist On Caribbean Tour For relief ln im ASTHMA one unall tablet acts qukfdy and effectively / '|\'l!: Uphaaooc treatment for Ailhma It to *iimpk, so quick, so effective Al you do la vw-illow one mull uMet, and relief atarts almost inin:.J>jt:!y. Ephasone containi Krcral healing %  nan which are rtkascd o rearbing the itemach and tUtt to J..o!\c ibc gcrm-ladcn accumiilatioru which congest the bronchial tubes. %  ncaliy balanced prestwraUon brings the boon of easy r:*s.h.:ijj, and hai th; sddilioaal advantaSatc uf ufcguardinf the m'c.d from the dread of tame sudden nerve-racking nnilaugha, I ul fear wha Ephsznne tahleti arc lo hauJ! assjrijssj ro iniect, %  ..•thing 10 IgMt, Hphuooe has ... IkofaChuh and HiTMchial Caiarrh *Ua-Ji pn>i>Mily kc.m^>i toe--U.i W .in K hai Jonr lot others. •t van do for you (OR ASTHMA AUD %  ttOHOtn'M TAKE awmiKD. Ml/' A g. BUVCfv, 1 S0.i1 I ro. ci ,m. i>i4|stoi course of his laid down; while at others moro remarkable career and ImljcaWg building, ar* being erected. gj iwgtlg^,,* tb. downThat "Women should have A| th# enQ ot lhe | w t utr qo ese.jui.1 sUnrtmg iih man" will bo ,,,„., „,.,,. .,, kt .,, by Mr. J. M. ibjecl of debate at the tTr.iti"wVt Mr K AMcKenzie, Mr T.' McGonU and the chalrho were shopping in the in Electricity should be trained u get their to the requirements of the examinations of the City and Guilds of The turtle seller has been going London Institute, round the streets for some weeks I .11)of Accommodation When the first term of this fourth year started. 180 students aalne. am applied for entry. Mr. Sayers said. %  two-day vv I doing turtles %  M*BJ 8I*I quantity Mr. Horace Sutton. Tra Editor and Feature Writer of the Halurday Review mul Kewe Msied hero gtsjttJrdKj on lall to gather Informaed S C. Room on Thursday. September 2\ beghinlng ut 7.13 p.m. Leading fhe Piopo-it ion w ill he Gladstone Downei.. while Hubert .small will lead the Opposition. They will be >upporled by Ivan Welrh and Lionel Stuart, respeci %  vole of thanks to the leeI then moved by Mr. O. S Exceeded Speed Limit, Fined £3: Appeah The Vestry appointed thel Chairman. Rev Mnndeville, Mr. Talma, the Churchwarden, and Mr. Illll. the Senior Guardian, ax their Coronation Conn the parish In connection with %  > lebral ons l"tthe c Her MAjagte Queen Eli'ahiHh II Mil Lionel O. Gittens. Organist and Choir Master AT Christ Church Pariah Church has notified the Vestry that he will re,, my % **2L on „ c ,obpr S ,ni ycar „,. Acting PoUce'MagisYraie of" Dls' examination of the City and ,, T1 ?\ YP 7 £Y*"? . *rict "A" yesterday fined Marcus G""s of I^>ndon Institute examRarutal Mandevtlle lieins oprwintMorri j Peicrkins Land St. Ination. Five of the nine students .. ed as the new organic: and choir Mil hu(? £3 for drivtni 0 mt)tOT gained second class passes, but so th*. 18th October to coincide master at the same salary a* Mr. ,,„. on C^X RoiV St (ar tlumullj of the class In dw•*• Travel Atftnti C-on.Oo Olttcns received. $90. MicLcl at JO nui per 'hour lr,clt y havt> no1 beon "Wived. which will be held in Miami Ot The Vestr>' granted Mr. FYed Tb( ( 1(mil on tn ^ rotd ^ The minimum educational quailOctober 20. 21. and 22. Goddard two months leave as 2 Q miles nor hour Mortis aoAcations required for entry in this from the llh of this month. pealed branch of the Institute Is (I) a 7th The Vestry decided to assl5t the Morris pleaded guilt* of the itandard education plus some 5 u l,dl n 8 ^Committee of St. ^ Ifle but nad ono 7 prev lous perir !" Patrick's Chapel --"*• **' %  *•— but It was regretted that onlv 40 tion on thegeneral dianeav and could bo accepted due to lack of UmrM facilities of the Island, tU accommodation as well as leeIt the guest uf the Barbados turers. Publicity Committee, mm | It was during this term that n g at the Oe-enn View Ib-tel junior students were promoted to intermediate classes. Mr. Sutlon's visit to Oarh-ilus Nine students from the Senior i% p!in of a 1wo W eek tou. Internal Combustion hng.neerIng Caribbean IUndsj In preparatio.. class and eleven from Hie Senior f w-pi-i ,„h mi i iiu. bolh in %  heckinii the speeds of In order that the requirements regard to tourist facilities and lnmotor vehicles on Culloden of the City and Guilds London Industrially, St. Thomas, s: Road and noticed that the destitute might be met, it was deslrTrinidad and Tobago. He Ijavc;! fendant was driving u motor able to establish ancillary classes Marbados to.niftht by air for TrinJ .rvv which appeared to be to take care of the deficiencies in idjad where he wlllspend Satur driven at a fast rate of speed. education of the 7lh standard boys. They checked the sped and At these classes, Mathematics. MrurteO by the Vcatn to let Mr. round '. ha i i, w0 i rB vclllng at Applied Mechanics. Physics and Gittens cc atv.ud and repair the ft ,. cs hour—ten miles in Chemistry as applied to Internal organ of St. Bartholomew which cxccg5 of jf, c \ im n m Combustion Engineering are Is bc'rig damaged by rats. It Is taught. estimated that these repairs will OOMMITTFD TO SESSIONS. Mr. Sayers said that experience cost SlOt). ——————"-, --^'J : has shown thnt students with 7th Mr. Draylon sold that planters His Worship Mr. E. A. McLrod slBn d a rd elementary educati %'ely. All parsons attending this debate will be allowed to vote, the Si-cretary of this club told the Advocate" yesterday. Now that breadfruits are In short supply, vendors are selling them at extremely high prlci -. In sane nstanccs u I i uhich previously would have leen sold for seven cents Is now lelng sold fur 12 cents In St losepti %  %  rauaa thenla a M ptovftlons: but they will soon be iellevee> bepotatoes were nvnllahle almost every day during •he past we. k. Knrlier in the ; • ask*' I f'n nne pound of, potatoes was live eenta. %  I,, V W cre sold at four cents per pound. ttaiher Rescued From Drowning While bathing at Greaves End B ,r!i M-sierday alut 7.15 a.m. Sil-yenr old shop keep, r Egales,.ton laordid Bank Hall Cr*i Road got Into dlulcultlea and was brought to shore in an un* icnscUius condition by two men. TO-DAYS • • • ::.,i h!" UP %  < "l.;.. 5SS pair their organ. The Committee approached the Vestry for aartstanc* and 11 was g" agreed that any time ;ifter the we middle of Novetr.ber that the Committee began itrepiurs which are estimated at S1.00O. the Vesti> arasjlij contribute $500. The Churchwarden was inwill day. and leave by El Presidente, the direct P.A.A. flight to New York, on Sunday, arriving th* same night. More Direct Service About Bar 1 in-l* VOEttaVA' lUadflfl IaUst Sugar For Canada The last shipment of the \9T,2 crop to Canada, 4,600 tons, Is now U'ltig loaded on the Alcoa Purfia.i Thl* however. Is not the final al pnv nt of this year's sugar crop la i. iva unIsianrl Mr. Norman M. Innlsa. Sugar t"o-ordlnator here said yeaterday he "does not think the fast shlp' ..nl will leave before sometime in October.•* Hoad, wh no doubt, these ancillary "This," he said, "would ensure ould be made to get rid of the Court of Grand ^ e "* lon ," n K classes may have to be exjjanded m „ IP rummer vHtor:, Hi ret Drop In Price %  plflsj the hotels op-'n lor church, but i\e will chaplain. In yesterday's Issue the Financial Secretary is rcpi cents per pound. The a a 0llu i%  "" V"""""/ '" %  "1 "** financial Secretary has DO tad valued '" Trinidad In order to r.et W lUl tnQt ^ t .eduction in 'ice rhrTCuVhout the British Empire in Barbados. Such lack of travel waJ due to a drop in the | icr INQUIRY AOAIN ADJOURNED. ^K^ !" ^^ faculties probably residled in a f lhe rnaurlaU involved and locally by the Institute, which are considerable low of trade to the was not the result of the r.reWorshtp Mr. _E u A__Mciieod ( vnhird „ n i v hj Barbadot lats from the church. charge of stealing a R*llRh b[lo cope with the growing: d* The Vestry received notlllcacycle valued at £ 19 '"• ^ ^ ^ n *>f the elementary students. !" g„ period every year. tion *f resignation from three of proerty of Gladstone Clarke Whcn slu denls pass the final their employees and have made The charge stated that the iXago „, XM City and Gul ds exHe ^-.led out that he was try arrangement* for normal pgy-ctTcnce was committed on' h*P-; nmination. they will have obtained llg to book alr puMiag e Iron rrenta of pension. Tht employees tanner 10. Sgt. Alte > ne .," I,c Jl t 2 the total lequiremrnts of the City AnllBua to Barbado. three week. ->T ttrv W n-ih Nurse O 1" Ceatral Police Station proam rj^irfg an d will be entitled to h vrn llfll i v h ,d Kt i ftrVi^a^dlrTeirKlfrln'^ftri l^** fA£^> '" "" <-"''-" "^"? r lf Z^JLS ? Tr£ ld.7 Z "r£, ., . Parish Church Mr. Lloyd Kelxer. protminary hearing. qualification which %  Rev. Dash ha. resigned from the post of clerk of the parish __ continue as „,. „„„ h ,„ Mr E A McLeod %  -.-•^ 1 -„ lv "j. Barh.do. SPECIAL COFFEE CREAMS AT K \ I < %  II I S PHOENIX A CITY PHARMACY SODA FOUNTAINS /.-, *,-,',-,-,-,-,',',',<, w/-v//#v//.v////-wv/!-oa* SPECJAIa STOCK-TAKING OFFERS— 5 Only 22 in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES;. TO CLEAR—ONLY $5 00 EACH. 6 Only SOLO" SPRAYERS THE OVir-MAV SPBAVFR WHICH S^R^YS ON BOTH THE UP AND DOWN STROKES. IDEAL FOR TREES. VEGETABLE AND OTHER GARDENS. $11.00 EACH. BIKOCAGES— ASSORTED STYLES AND SIZES PRICES FROM $477 TO $9 24 fleet. Cabbaee. Carrot. C*nrumber. Hquaali. Broeroll. I'-r-iOnion. Leek. I'epi-i Thymr. and RO other \ kind* of Flower and Vegetable laaaV BRUCE WEATHERHKAD LTD. Also m Shop" THE Mawer itle (Tab dap nu mi %  /olio IT! no— %  Oahat S.rew. !! %  D itoltr., Cupboan. v* c. s..,t ningea ire liare jttsr received B rluar. Bolts, heU Fscutcheons, Buttons, Copper mm KeyTurnBull "STANLEY" HAM) AM) BREAST DRILLS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE PLANT IKON.-,. SOCKET FIRMER CHISELS AND OAUC HARRISON'S J Hardware ial 2364 3142 "A" Labourer Died By Misadventure Police Coroner of District yesterday further adjourned ill September 22 lhe inquiry into t're death of four-year old David Trotman of B.illins Tenantry. St. Michael. David Trotman was taken to the General Hospital on Aujnist Death bv misadventure was the 30 suffering from burns but verdict returned bv a nine-man died the next day there. Dr. R. jury wlMB tinmqiiiiv into the B, Simon who performed me rircumstances mrroundir^ the pml mortesa examination altrideath ot Daltoti %  buted death lo pneumonia followold lalH-urer of Jaeksm, H ,„• extensive burns. Coroner of Dbtrict "A" yesterday. — n ^ j Clarke was detained at the ('•• llene Harvey of Ciapham. -^n^r^'fCa^nS ESii^^Tl^'S;! Tl on'M^cn'-ro? £. SfWCj about 2.4. p died the next day. ^ n yesterday. Dr. A. S. Catu who performed "Hancv was also placed .on the ist iiiorif"! examination on A ^ xhrrt m0 nths lr the sum AuKUst 31 attributrd death to cere, f3 f0f nstauiiins. and beating bra] h a emotr h aai and fracture of ii U „, P on M."-eh 17 whilshe was the skull Witiie.s told the court vin( ,in(t in Ciapham Road. that on August 20 while th.ir?nlp Mri c. L. Walwyn ceased was trving to K.I to the <<_, f ., Pd Hutite 25'and 17right side of U-r lorr. as it was ,, M days w 14 days for | mo\-ing al Road, he Ku-kguarding on Claph-.m Road. missed hU bold and fell to the J^fouSch on Vl^rch 17. road. He wu taken up anil rarriecl to r\HKKA STOLEN. the General Hospital where he was detained. Injured In Accident 'clalrmonte Corbln of Tweedslde Rosd. St. Michael reported to the Police that a camera wa. from the residenc.of vrarrond at Be-.l ^ ,r **' Kenneth Springer of Flat P.ock. sometime £'•? * ,0 '" "'.""" W l\£c Nurie r !" Mrted tha. hls| '""' %  %  %  -.!;: %  ", N ,;. r .,' SJSl ** ing from hea Tc-rfsmher 15 and .,„„ rloth.ng valued at gn.ll Young of Baxters out 11.15 a.n .r.h reported that I her provision so and stole groceries valued Springer was riding the motorat $23 the property of General cycl. G-152. liader., Ltd. Killers 4e., 14c. ea. laradn 4c. 6c., 9c. ea. Pen Nibs lc. 6c.. gc.. 20c. School Bars $4.4*, S5.lt. SS.11 eau Malhs. Sels SI.44 ea. Compasses 24c. ea. Dividers 3s. ea. Paint Boxes I S, 2 -. 5/-. / %  ea. Paint Brushes size 6 16c.. .lie 7. 2Sc. Pencil BoSM 2/1 3/ 3. 6. ea. Plaslii %  .11 i ases 3 S ea. Memo lluiks al 4c., 6c., He., 15c., Sfc. lllc. eaTounlain Pens 3 Ii, 4/-. 5/ea. Hall Piiinl Pens 3 e*. Ilelills 1/3 ea. Dip Pens 6t.. 20c. Pen M'-iii. < 4c. Sc, I e. Drnuini: Book* 21c.. 30c. ea. t'olftr Crayon 15c, < ftc. Shsli linn.! Mots Books 1/3 ea. Hard Bark Books 3/6 ea. Hard Back Book* 7/6 oV 2, S SinplrLine Exercise Uook* 13c. Double I.tnen *i Checkered Kxercise Book, 14c. Foolscap Paper 35 Per Beam or 42c. Per Quire Erasers 3c 8c. lit., 10c. 15c. ea. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12. & 13 BROAD STRFI.T ;=L=~TST^ GOl \ III SUM; POWDER per bo* Vvrni'V-. Ml STINli roHOKK per box YMtl'I.Kl'M SMKLLIM. HALTS er betlle ... V win I vs LAVENDER OIL per bottle . I'II'.IIS II.Mi LOTION Ke. Cte %  ml. Jt nWDBOX *.ll\Mr(Mi Uc. 7Sc. ml .'• 1,1 41 • i 4 R1 \M ailAMPOO lite. 4c. sail. -*2 DIXI-.N'K SHAMPOO lie. tde. sml. %  h\i.o Mi\irun itr. 65>e sml -* 1 COLOATBS TOOTH PAST! lie. 5Se. ssnl. }• MACLEANS TttOTII TASTE l4r .-.ml. .• COLO Ml %  % BR1 KHXI ~^ SHAVING I REAM per tox -•• PALMOUV1 BHATtNO CRK*M prr box %  •• ir LVSIA Ii \'< I "I \M pep bottle ... M \ Mtiil V -s •.HAVING BOWLS per bowl tM BEHTm.'!* IHATHVG BOWLfl p-r bowl ... l.M i' ::s CIKH'OLATE BISCUITS ^r !ln *. i v A sTALMBBH IEI .MiNCi SHORT UR:AM per tip tM (o.KADE FINE RUM



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATK r*m\V. SEPTEMBER II. IM CLASSIFIED ADS. rn rPWONg isoa I • flKVT HOUMU T' N noun si AM ED HELf l*nv lor om Office Krov., .neral csfnc* work tieeenarv Ci W tluichltiaun S, Co I l<1 IV *M ISiM~4n ,in wio\ VACANT Mr.... Cimnfl Seal* !• \aennc lor a faenoeraph. T PrWfUi eaTpertarafe in %  la* other Is ctMVOn Mt riot HMll-l llr. t to 4 SaU>> from M**0 to llM aeeartlnf to qu.W*"t and nptrlfiw Appi Ml wrMina In In* ft-Bl UiHinv*. Lucas Mrarl. MfMnn i w J MISCELLANEOUS vmn K/Ui; Pil92.lt SAUfii VriWLir \eris HI. u. ESTATE AUTOMOTIVE CAHNlvl.rrva.ter Chevrolet Car. in *"• conaition. raoa*. tyre*Pnrt ||.W Ape!} Clifton A Roberta. Benerta Maitufacturina; Co Phcane H> or Ml 4 -H M-- Tija .Bore will > M U M iM M Puhl-CtmaHC.au an Prtowy UM .af,. Mr cl Uplrrrbn ISnf *t 1 p m .1 t'ie %  "V. Of U>* iNHriMtMI. CAJUUXCTO-I SEAI.Y. CAR -On* Ford %  trnr driven t.4tt Owner kaugh' new Prefect Cat i ,r. MB II %  VAX—Austin. C O E. S-way ewi Delivery Van In Bood condition Charlea Mrfcitnpy at Co. Ltd Call MM II V U (i. NARMANVIUj; Slre-m I I... .i-.,n!-> on 7 acre*. *•*•.. 1 PW Ul particular, *ppl t w w, > v. NllAUnCaJ*. Alltld Hall 0... Haftf 1U1 —U I SaV-in for uk b jAibllr cwmpetftiot. %  ih. ,, ...,. Ho 11 ELECTRICAL (JAKHAHK PICKUP AKMS — *.iM) OHM J*t received a limited quar.iMv, Mil early R C Mafrel Co Ltd 11 IR-lll %  apel Sl.->et* Msaefown. ceniaininf, 4.Ill Square Feet %  twmt orxii.wca* lr> A Kelsoek Co •a Choice Pharmaci-, and Central >ndry Limited pUrlhei fMiIxvit. ;• mm Iha Ma ster %  Mi COTTIJ:. CATTORD A CO, It I SS--n MECHANICAL Lualiia ot Rvni'eil' u.JiinU"! II .ind II Jewel. Call J I K R II ,i.l. a. Co C4d .nd ae. ... I i bargain a* Diese line —atelieto prated to (all II ":%  POULTRY LODGE SCHOOL PARENTS AMU UbAHtftANS M luplla. of the LoUa*ehoo1 are f-rre^v ....tinea, that ne*l t-"n op#n on Brd nl ^'JtritSppw' enowM* r-4"rn" In Ifm" f>Olnnat on the evenirt of Monday nd s#pi<-nbT Hesdr-iMler '%  • %  "-' %  POU1.THVOlAHTTMlei WH1TT UM HORN* Pt'l.iJJTs i*o month* old aA •elactod [nli H 40 dellveiy Pet .1 to Au|un. We daltvat Pool roin i.rdor* no* oe pa* ut a vw Banaoii LOiT FOUND LOST PIXW A RAI* of land. be->n*ina to Ml.. CerT* Waldrortd. Ho^im Vlllaa. roar Hoell Croat fid Plnder letup" lo M1a CnrlU Waldroiiat .l-ln irxrA&ws, iMKfMS Old liaal Dnuna aulUbla I %  arden tuba oe utta>fj* |1.H each. WO *^--uata Md WabefV-ld. Rt Jnhn n AaMiralr Stationery FOR momws Orart rrm. i %  --: MISCELLANEOUS A BAJtClADf—APa yon palnllnf anihmr? We have 1 lb Una of Pain %  oiled on outitd*' at ONLY II -r • %  •eh o w HtrrcHiNsoN A co LTD II I .IBV-3-I CAJI Ajro TRUCK TYRO—Ooodyi aid ..Ihei makaa IncluoUna M x SO a 17. S OA-B U—a **-- 00 n v a .V M 7. 1 ind I II : %  )URTT-*Y OARAOE Dial 4311 rKK*7.KH-Still a (aw V. gin Praaav MI bami aold at til M each. mu filer than nraaant dav nrtcaa Otilalnab! %  KVKiiirs LTD II t a* -li HAHI noon i V^KI -nd 13 paacbet m. m TAOIb MM Rat bed*...ll -, %  law over Ttla howio ronMrna an "p*'i veraiMfoh. drawlna nd dln.na; room*. IBroa boOrf the m 14 ua'da ara a fbai' In the baaemai foio. larasa for (wo car*, net* lewm to l a-roo m and Uttc callara Tbaie Me .1:0 thiea ntvanu loomj, arrvant't ban •nd lotlet and a fowl biae llw Uwr. nd aft.,ut ma wall I-.id mil w.Ui flowerlriaj t.ee. and aRTkaba and tha who tauperty la In aairaltan! rapa l)<*paclal_ fUllHIt. CO MM II. Co., LU Paimaito Straat. aMdsatowi' Par (Milan lamieulaj* apply to COTTI-E. CATTURJ) at CO 17 I 13—An HaVrn KLNNOLL" .it BANK HALL MAL-t ri.'AJi. er>ndani IN purauanee of -n Ordor In tbia Court In tha abava aeUow mad* on the 1Mb day of Julr. 1M. I %  !• naaiaa to aj laraoM bavina an' eauto. n*ht o interr.t bi or any Han or mcunbranc :,fl,-,-tiiig all that certain place or parcal of land allucto at Hotbataal Txmin an t. pariah Of Saint Michael and laiand at o raaald contain In* b\ admeadiremcni l*o tooua or IbaraabouU abutUng and l.,m-.d .... l*nU LOW i.< lolot M-.bel t.,natt on landa now or lala of CamUla ^iiwtiford on l-wd* now or lala of i.oaii l*oi'.on iinda now or Ut* of lie Raul* of Donald Clark a nrnaaaan. and an a road over wlUch (bar* la kjl it of • ay to ine public road or how&f ver eia* tha aama may abui and boundi B brUH baforo me pa aiCount M than >M rlaima wlln Uioli witnaaaaa. doru* i.enta and voiicheta. to be aurnlned by ma on any Turattav. or Frldn> beta can lb* boura of IS (room and S .clock In Iha afternoon, ai the Ofnc* i,l UM Clerk of the Aaai'Unl Couit of M.f. .1 ..t the court HOUK. Biidietown. Mlii riay of Bapla*nb>r. II i i lAasb ela.m* inny be rani f.imni to iho natiani and priority tiiartol reapartlvrly. oiharwloa aueh ,,-raor. will be pr-cludad from the in nail of tha laid Darraa. and ba leprlvad of all claim on or asainai aald proparV>Clalrr,anU ara aUo noUned thai 1 .irt auend the aald Court on Wbdi tr, ih* Mth day of Saptambar. IM3. ai I o'clock a m. wban tbetr aanl tlalnaa 111 bt ranked Uivao under my hand UUa loth day of July. IMS. F. Q. TALMA. Clerk ot tha Aaalrtani Court of AMwaa. A|. U 7 aj-Vi ONE I|I Eptdiaacope InipecUnn o> folualk.r, lo The Brttlah Coi:ncU Pln.-i. J' II a 52 J 17 TI r it SUBfaTeUfSE now lo tha Dally THefrapb Eniland'a l*adln| Dally New-papar now nnvtnf tn nnrbadoa i^ AI.H %  day* afaar publication in Lena Gala co Advocate Co. Ltd 1%  hrpre-entalive Tel 3113 IT 4MI I n TURCMM -Unbrenkabto, WPMff l Mr* Torthea Two oella fl 3 U aaala_thra. rail • (0j SO each O. W nUTCrllNfio. A CO LTD. II I M—*> TRACTOR TYREAOoodyaar 14 • U aq M k • M > II ilai MARRaTY rTAIimsi Iff v M r..l 4 M a II IfO rKRY!liire*l oppoalu Cvprua Rlree.. Brldfetowiu Dated thi. 1Mb day of Septembar, inf.; 1 To E A Mi-LEUD. Eaq Police Ma|tal>a(e. Dl.lnrl 'A'* OLIVER MARRIIALL. *Mn* t N.B Thu application will be coninl Mil i Llcannng Court lo be hnd • Police Court. Dlalrlct A" ot, Mond. the Mth day of Reofambe. IM. a\ li 'rtock, a m E A Mi-LPOK POllre Maaiat-ale. Ulit A" II t U—1If i IM ADVOCATE Far GOOD BOOKS /LLER BRUSHES jRnt Kr.rlvrd lerifcnplpp Itrushrn. Wall Baby B Milk Dottlt BnMhrii, Wrt and Dry Mosn, Hoor Krruba. Floor B r a n h e a. Household Bnemt, Fumllure Polish clo.. ale. All Intore-tted plr..* ,ll i-rl. Storks sre fflmall. II. P. CHEER MAN A CQ LTD. IHal SIS? Mltlillr Sh-ert DANCING CLASSES Ballet Classen will start on Friday the 19th and Saturday 20th of September. THE BARBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING 16.952-3H. ut ., I .-111 Tha lT..perly will ba M up for %  >> iiv Pubic Com petition at our UlAca Jamea SttV.1. Drldaetewn, on Friday lath H.pi-mber at t p.m. YEAHWoOD A BOYCE Soikiiora. _i^_-'_' %  VUCTIHN Bui eaan Z* tnaVI at. aa M Lewia Mow Vaaaato: Rlr.rdo A lar. Valvrl Lady AMRIYALS S S Pinnw. S*IM ton*, undnr Captain jRabartoan. from London A*nt. Da Caata A Co. IM •oh Olta M M ton., under Captain W Row froen Truudad. ConaaSMd M Iha seboonar OWnera' Aiao*Uitlan S • Lady Rodney, lam | HM under Captain A LrBlaiw. f,om St Laacta A**nii' dardlnar A>-.-, ......a. T Albayndcr. I AUayna. E Jamas. N Jtoerr 1 r> Rum. j rmcK \ • %  Yaw Moon. N Hooinaon. J Martin. N Howaii. N HowcU from IMW<.. M Orell. A Raddale. K Da Mon|fa. M De Mouy. I. M.nrlalL R Marshall. K Kna H .. R Kk4er. S Rider. R Thomai. M larllteaul. It I ailljaMiil. H Deaoealld. |. Bn, KE a gg c B %  • *""REPTTMBEK II HjlMnon. R Worrell. O WorraU, M. aerj sass tss„ Adam.. W O-annum. W Qrannutn, p Ramdln, C. Haya. M Hay.. A (,,,... M niirHn. V Pllirim. T Metiuer DEPARTI'RKa anaPTEMBEJt II Par SI I.nata r Layne, C Conliffe. M Aunuai W Bralhwallt. L wa.wrll. N p.,,.,brun, |. atttrfit Par Ureaada N Corbln. T pranri*. H A.le. M Alw>.. M A l:r AMUaa: MOeltntttR lismall. E. Jonah. Lady aj,i. yr '•U'lr-fTnTR 11 y. rr.aiiad C Money, M n PVna, M J^na. A Rajnlr*/ unirat. A. Oohoa-Tu,ket. M OrboaTucker. A Rul; G Rnlr I' Datr SHIPPING NOTICES pat Paert* r %  Lovell. M aekrrun. E Mollnr. E Molktr MAE. NOTICE (or Moalnral. Chaabec and Three " aa Puritan will pom Office at ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. a A ML I Nil PROM SCBOrk r.ayn ibtn — p t^mbar. MSI SILIA, th S*plnber. ISM \:MK 3rd Ortober. MSS rare* I Mall and Media tered Mail a.M md Ordin-t. Ma > DAY ISIh fteptcmha*. IMI KATES or EXCHANGE aEVTTMBJEIt II, ISM SeUiBi NEW YORK Rnybai Cheajuaa op Banker. II n IC pr. BUjht •• Demand Drafta 71 4 :'. Ml 13 Allpr Cable 71 l/if pr Oirrenry l/lp^ pr C SMR B II I • !•". pr MA pr mlvar nVl pr. 1 ANARA •II*. pr Cheque* on aamkara 71 a, If • pr Demand Drafts 71 '.'. pr. Slfh; Drsfla 71 3/Mft pr. fr> I IO-. pr Cahla Curranry .1 ir pr T • 10 pi •fan pr M 9 WIUJEMRTAD. 7ih Ortober. ISM I l\(. TO IRINIDAD. rtlAMAUaO M RBIflM OCIANA s COTTICA. Etnd aMManiber, IHJ vi S NESTOR, and October. IMS \t ft BONAIRE. Jbth i>rtobar. IMS. -.ILtNU TO IR1N1MAB ANRCVBACAO i | HXRBILIA. 1Mb (Jcu.bar. ISM P MI SSON. BON A CO LTD *y*-* VV&ae>•• Coupon* i Rt Krrh Ballinf frilav The M V %  CAnanMRCT wIB accept Ca.o aid Paaaandara I Dominica. Antlrua. Montoerrat Nert* and W R:tu. Railms rnd" Mth Mat R-Wl. KI -II OWNISH ASSOCIATION (INC I Cenefrnee. Tele Na Mft Canadian Natinnal Steamships LADY BrirnTY In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station CABLE AND WIRELESS (WaM mdlaal Ltd. adviw that thar> can now cwnmuntcate with the following Geroavtaa. %  %  Cslllroy. a • Julaby. a. Nueva Andalucla. as Empl'e Palral • • Hiucanter, %  Eva Prron. as Janna. s %  Illu.lrlous. a.i. Wlllemttad I.I Mrant Are I. as Athelcrown. at Hanmar. %  a Oundine. a s. Sea Mafic. II Dal Rol a s Scholar, s AUHU Ualliia. . Montra. a I Bept • Bcpr. I Rapt S farpt. tlBapi — Sept SS Sept 17 Bept. Arrlree Sana Mlfal H l llaebadea CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR II Sep. 10 Sept. LADY ROONET S9 Ssart I Oct. CANADIAN OlALLENOEa I Oct I Oct. IADY NT-LSOM U Oct SI Oet. IBJSM Mfnrpt. S Oct II Ort tl Oet. ai oci Jurleea Mawtraal M OrL M Oct. Mv. Planler as Mall.ui. : Jean Lykes. a.a. Cap* ilaita. Mm Mnn, OFFICIAL SALE 'Equitable Jurladtrtibi. wT.N|El.L CLAKON OairriTM. Pl^lntlS Lib.-P.LL IOI-A iiEALY Defandanl NOTICE Is hereby fflvrti Kant b' rlrtua of an Order ol I lie Aaslalanl Court o* Appeal dated ine 10th day <•! July. I""* IhnT* -111 ba let up for sale lo lh.hiaheat i.idder at Uw OnV* of the Ceth ,.t tha Aaalitant Court of Appeal at tha Court itriuse. Drtdgelown. be'weeji the hour* I II .noon, and I o'clock in Iha after. nay, the yath U a> of acptcnv tlmt certain puce or parcel ,1 aP d uuiale at HOUMIMI Tununs In the pariah of Ralnt Michael and HUnd ),f.di or ihereaboula %  buiUna and boundi.'S on lands now or la to of Mabel .nd* now OT late of Camilla a. Sandlford on lands MaaMnB Morrl* an aanda now or late of the Estale of Donald C.itke. Oecensed, .nd on a luad over wi.i.h Ihna la i tisht o( wav lo tha public i.Md or ha* *>r *Iae the same may abut and bound ..nd U nol than aold In* aUd property wi>i a* art up i"i •-<< %  on every rate Goad .. Prtd. iha aama >*0>d !o< a -um '.
    |1 Top De-V. sfj 1 Cuohions. 1'alrlTtnas. ( %  Curp"'(Ilia* ami Cnmn b-i,.-i. r..iii ana Tea Hervices. PH4. Ware. Rpon<, Po-Va .'. W/SMH HI ELiGIBLE FOR STOCK FEED RELIEF WASHINGTON. Sepi. 18 President Truman on Wednesday declared Missouri a drought <:isslrr area, maklnK Kl fnrnwM-* fliKlble to share in the SS.000.m><> stock feed relief fund. 11 was tha rlghn Mil to be dr^rRrweJ a tttmiffh: disaster area lor relief feed purposes. —U.P. .hOfL. .. JWwind XL I .. %  . Tloreiice on Store an.l Ov*-. i IRfJVe. MoRal l-llu i and Welsh ti. Kitchen UrnS.lla Preasu *, Waterlasa and Plrel perteci anltflUon Wash In, Mucbli—-: Zlnr Top lYees. tJtrder ^-. '.Urp.-nreri ind Garden Tools: llftllat. In'Urn Renchea. K It W.. llwwt.an> in ajearect rondilinn and oUk f. BKAIVKEH, A CASABLANCA V.a>H C lawBl Extrernely well kept 4 bedroonrs house of modern deRiKn. Combination living and dining room. 2 kitchens. BreaktaM Itoom. Toilet and bath. Lovely verandah foe. Ing the sea to which there is i i irgrit of way. 2 servants | rooms, wasnroom and gar'. age ui vard which Is cornpl.u-lv !urreH. Well laid out Gardens. 55,573 square feet IJIUI. A spacious and com(oii.ible yet very compact property. ALSO — An orchard comprising ', 28,743 square feet land ad< tolnlasj the above property. ; Numeroui cocoanut trees. Fruit tree* of ever>descrip. tion. Inspection every day exi cept Sunday between 4—6 m. on h|ii>1icntion to Mrs. 'rm. Phneir 8ll3. Faf Kale by vnbtle aSctram on FrltUy ISIh st 1.14 MB, at the olTVrr of the undr|ncrt from wham (uPthrr partlcalars m iv he obtained. (rilarfinm Show Whiuh.ll. at rcUr In aid of St. Pwr'< -Daily Meil" Open daily from 11 o'clock (noon) to 6 p.m. Fro*. aaUrday. Sea*, tatfa U Ortohrr IMk lnrlo.lv. ENTRANCE 1/a a. MI'IIOLU a CO.. ISt/lU Kocback Street. ma DON'T DELAY! FURNISH GRAND TO.IH1 QRAND VAJ.UES in NEW and irnewed MAHOCIANY and other W„-drobea. Vanillas, BedM*ads Rarda, Cradle*. Saa-lnaa. Cheals-o(. %  >! Otl W ..halsnd.. Niahtrhalr* TADLES. fUed and Etension lo, DtnuiR Radio, r..rary and I < AniNirr-i for auAa, i ivdro..m and Kitchen. Landara. Ware Dtalntr* S3 DRAWING noOMPlEASUHF,*: tn M iiUt ami separat* plecea. in.. couch. Baary. i w up ALI AI i-RlCXe LS. WILSON R ^DOWav, I pea need are the life[ girinj viiamioi and minerals [ of YBAST-PHOS. £ofoy hit if fflse falll Yaa'll feel %  e, BamURlMf with . 'YEAST-PHOS G.NfUAl TONIC Sore Mouth C.cose Bleeds Teeth %  Una Oumi, Sore Mouth ind Teeth mean thai re.'%  %  • ryrrhaa. Trancli . BS aim. bad dlae.aa ttH "t i.-r or later causo ynur tai'h D t>.| -ut and may aTao ruitaa II m and Heart Truabts I a.'i-a MBJ M l and own | the •#•*(!' lr..n clad %  >( %  !. %  T<.on*e**iuat tnaka ) %  '•'! % % % %  tnl mar* your teeth 0* i*. on return o( amply pm.'luii;. %  A-nosan 1P rn your *h*OU* %  a-iatM avMU-nntaa ppota^a* pwa. m-\R.\vreeD l|lrn Willrll. S DIAMONI> RINGS | Burrifine Prwsution HIM NO. II ;. Fii your tool firmly to £ the rafters. I r. your ruflera firmly to the wall K plates. 18.9.52—2n. : V,->w. i r. see ss s a o u o u SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR (.w.iiv/s; MESH n/ni:. CENTRAL EMPORIUM rerncr Broad A I udor Street* a>CatbOa>0.>0a>o M. Ill MH\ A CO. 'Phone 461*1 PI ntatinni Ruildinc Corsair. • a in -in Ranajn. s s Allr a. Nnrthpofnl. a a Moiinacpann. S Rosa, a • I Bolycrown. ... Linen. %  P and T Pathfinder. %  Pato Philadelphia GARDINER AUSTIN CO., LTD.— A.rraU. ,.'.-,'* %  **>**'.'.. *,ei-,V'*****n.*-**-*'*%-*******l on free hr.aihmg. ARO rub Menihol.itum' freely on your throat and chest. This breaks up congestion and relieves even the mate Catarrh. Qutck— get .i |ir ni im of 'Meritholatinn* lo-day ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM TIMS AND |ARS aaea Only 1/ Thi Hinthclitum It. Ltd.. Hit. 1IH) SlKith, tnil—d. LATUM "( i i i ii ii i i nini i ii iii i ii NOTICE The Public are nsknii not to ba fooled with Special SALES. Remember we guarantee to sell you at the same price but less it. No matter what their price is our price is the same leas 5',. Therefore for all your requirements see us before buying elsewhere. A. E. TA VIAtH LTD. Coleridge Street, Dial 4100. %  where Qualities arc HIGHEST and Prices IOWEST (( %  i mm



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    WHAT'S ON TODAY of Onlir *#> % %  % %  Eatra Mur-I M-lmn n i Mbll'< lii < H.I' i II. l-xtet.i Hun Mi on I D •) f "Of UM ru thM 1*MM I ESTABUS.fTO 185 FRIDAY. SfciTFMHKR 19. 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS YESTERDAY S WEATHER KPOftT Mi On* MMfc and paru ll*.: (all from Carfrteitoav Nil pti'.*M Tvmparitun M > P I .••• 1 %  •!.,>•• *liiri M • T anas r> a*.? I *.•*• 'lilU General Fuad Shehab Control Of Lebanese Seizes Govt. IXew President To Be Elected BEIRUT, Sept. 18. GENERAL FUAD SHEHAB who seizecL power in ihe bloodless Lebanese coup Thursday, much as General N'aguib took control In Egypt ordered Parliament to meet:f,| on Tuesday to elect a new President. "C Shehabs refusal to use his troops to quell possible public disturbmcrs ar.atm. President Bechara Khourx caused the President to resign. Prime Minister Saib Salam went out with him. Th:l-ebancw constitution calls for immediate Parliamenlaiy election of a successor to the President in case ol his death or resignation. REUNITED W.TH FAMILY ONCE AGAIN NATO Chiefs fig Observe Manoeuvres Adv But Sin hah and his two army colleagues who are temporary mlers of Lebanon conferred with the Parliamentary Speaker and the majority <>f the Depui. agreed to summon Parliament Tuesdav as that would give time for them to decide on candidates for the vacant Presidency. Equal Chances Two deputies have equal chances of election. One is Camille Chouf? former envoy to Britain. The Dthat iHameed Franglyeh. formerly Minister for Foreign Affairs. Camille Is re, uteri to bo a friend of Britain and Frangiyeh %  fruiKl of Fran.*. Ex-President Alfred M who is not a deputy has an outsider's chance He Ls known for integrity and honest administration. Resigned Premier Salam told f'niled Press that ht and the President left ufflce in response to public opinion. The President showed sagacity In resigning, he said. He added "I am sure the armv hasn't the slightest intention to seize authority or intervene in politics General Shehab's role is temporary and will end as soon as the rtlune a new President is elected. I It is expected that thee reconOrderly Usually reliable sources in &f HyV item GERMANY. Sept 18. nee "invader" units started to cross Western Europe's great natural barrierthe Rhine River as the Allied Supreme Commander General Matthew It. nidtcwav and other top N.A.T.O leaders observIng t>e French-United St.it.tn> erciae equinox" manoeuvre studied technique, to ore vent such a crossing A three-dav mock war is testing, the defence of the RhineROOM BS.OCO troops deployed along the strategic river divided into "blue" defender and "green*' invader units. Both French and United States invader teams followed up the advance by sending ncreastnglv strong i atrol • if entire units although Washington said Thur State Department .lay that the! l.luidefender forces will have .,-,.,.. in.;;' Primary mission holding the invariiT "n the east %  sted In the seiiure of the Lebanese government by General j Fuad Shehab, but said that It has) not received enough information to be able to analyM Uw development fully. It was understood, however, that the initial Department reaction wan that the revolution appeared extremely orderly, and that terming it "coup d'etat" might actually be a misnomer. President Bechara El Khoury is reported to have handed over his authority to Shehab before announcing his resignation, it WU pointed out. possibly Indicating that the seizure was not completely, beyond law The Deihus far has received Only I i.ielimiiiar> report on the situation train tM I'nited Sta'o* I In Beirut, it was sale). It b therefore maintaining a gay* policy beforetaking any stand. \ was known that ;he Deparlmtnt viewed Shehab with great ... ., .HI abafl armv commander, and thr fact that he Is a membar of one of Lebanon's oldest and most honoured families was seen as enhancing his chances or rooting out at length internal cormpllon. The consensus of diilc/mntlc circles here seemed to be that the turnover In the Beirut government was essentially a domesll" affair culminating a of dissatisfaction over alleged i ho. Jaoan. dishonesty and corruption _ [Friday ide of the i IP. NtlTZ MCXCH, 29, Is reunited with his wife and daughter in Berlin after being held a prisoner of the l(u> ifam i %  I 1844. Captured by the Bads in Rumania, Uiou-h wu lantamd to 'Ht years of conlinwment in Murmansk. He irunuged to —caps and lie*) approximately 3.(100 miles to safety in the Western Zone of Berlin. 11 nternollonal Radtopliolo) U.S. Willing To Send Oil Experts To Iran TEHERAN, Sept. 18. Eden Won't Sign Pact With Tito , iiutN n*nnt I'fl iflADE. S"p* IH. %  clary Anthon> Men told Mamhal Tito on ir*ai the %  Western Burope slid youi oounmine are drawing closer day' but he emphah* had not IVlgi.ide t negotiate of conclude %  nts. #The Yugoslav Marshal SUp* len*i i o-opi ml frtMdl) approach with the declaration that the lli.tmh Matetman's visit to Yugoslavia' "hall provg Of great importiince for the further dcvoloument .friendly relations and co-operation botwotn out two countriai "Pledges of mutual support wen Kcbanflrd ' %  •* %  *• l |l "*' h, l 'iv-.at the Yugoslav leader gave fi ,. i'. tl h visitor in lm> Nation' i on Wl I* 'Marc t..p Dodnto, Belgrnd %  I lltop luburb Spa Aiwmopps In Stroud Hay far mam n'.r>. it \> as Ihomhl thst In Rarbidos ..i iti-i gi \n in .i< -. lAnitnil Hojer.) ulatai MI. I, in llir VTIIIMJI I l.. ,-. St. him \ rrcrnl isl they ax Melt. BMfMaM wh lr QM Nm of ( r .1. Hill was il me 'i eggn in Strnud Bn he **.* fl(.* %  %  JH of pink, \rllim and ;..• n hleh |)i>Fred h 11 apprwaraed. I hflutter* are few > i its Irum ili-iioi< mil ,n w|| he sren hv -ulm. m.-r* nr proplr In a host I'rice Of (Zrmind U.S. Nary Starts Push-Button War TOKYO. Sept. 18 The United States navy has converted 1.800 plane' ad missiles and has opened an aye of push-hint an Warfare 111 Korea, the navy's leading i;index! missile evpei t %  n tha K,n K;i-i laid "ii Thursday. I.M'titenanl Commander Warren Kurtz, commanding officer of the first guided missile unit to fiKhJ in the Kurean war, pradictad that the pilutless pi • i iiniwra f what will come," ; queatloffi ol time until the mde aerial war They can be refuelled, tinent to contlnanl warfare p More \itl To Asia May Solve Dollar Crisis in Kore id. •T. j?yust r es lake u^^jVhe rnakintf j By MKIIAH J O Mil WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 %  omcUb .Tune n* l hi to Asia as the only U.i. i a u go Mlutlon \ learned on Thui daj Tii The i1ines pmC* pianos* 1 ,l>le to launej run li**y .— %  ••ill si*sM attack*. I* POI^IDI* that these Television Kyea guided miss i ION —piloiles. iwo thousand pound bombs-are being launched from a navy carrier at land laVMtl in Korea They have television transmitters for eyes They are guided to then t.ngcts bv th*> the mother plane .i controllers' "• aboard tha eaniei .i-e deadly and aatoundtdhipt WILLIAM ALTON JONES. President of the AmenJg^J t.iti %  tton In %  ' 11 n a> hotn of ua icxmined Yugoslavia's ncrar and wdd ro%  ra equally da -'mila %  "' can Cities Service Oil Company said on Thursday that he was prepared to send technicians to Iran to et ils oti industry back into production. Rreakuii! his k%lfl siNnce on his visit here, the American "my-.teiy man" of the deadlocked Iranian oil negotiations called the closing ol the Ktant Abadan refinery a "world tragedy". He added that one of the main objects of my visit is to yet the situation solved." Mine Damages U.& Destroyer TOKYO. Sept. 18. A Communist mine blew up in the bulkhead protecting Uie for ward flreroom of the i wheh will be sold at a i h price <>' ISUMD pti UK) m will i. retailed nt s.ou pei IIHI ib, %  five tat, meeting aun oppoettton from othai mgiy sceoiata* 1 wrote I United jer 11> Bwwet | '" now '*" %  • <'"respondent who saw the %  1.06 pel 100 Ib H th Bald, Will '" P*" 1 ,, "• CJUeetleo Up t the new M ilalles launched from the alr. ,. ..HI ,,, IOO II, ..i Administration fleeted In Novwn,. n tx earner Boxer ( % %  ui cents pi ii nstead ol I %  foi i top leva) aeeisson one o Mr „f ihc air to air missiles tils pei '. ilrl „t 3 itthei "sparrow" was revealed as beina* PH 100 II Whotei k. Will te r. capable Of seeking out and tailed .ii n <> per KM> ib. e\ ifow would more United BRaai ileatinjliig a plane three. mi I SO A*ia hel|> Ellrt^uc'• Thr away. The other air lo air mlssije ,„,.,.. .,„.,. i „ .,, tackers say. 'Quite | n production is 'Terrier" about sSffSra %  Tip-*, • '; %  %  "' '' 5e^ l H^^^greuTlS "'> "" S? 555r navy m.ssiles laduo> .'......, %  ,. f... %  -"•" %  ' -it%  *> ""at immev WOJlld hell hOUl Another missile with a entlon at ilreei oornen i In prevenl tha itrategtc Muth and homing device t,. track down %  i with men t.ik aho southeael AM. and pariicuenemy boothera i* "Ijirk" built lartj Iti'ti.i from btin| swept into bv consolidated Vultee Aircraft I "imunivi fold Oonspan] U.P. One housewife was heard In re.... fc _. " Ming about $2.rW0.OO0.OO0 ptl | rt'llt'fl CjOItllllUIglStA ear. and if it were not for United rlv lo nippb vi-iont, liuwker IIII0V TH.tllll they do now." .11-1 ueason in Trafai%  V Bquare, %  mi n who enpet %  eiice'd tha conditions of the tn i w..ii.i w.n ,.iv. shoitW afUiwardi recalled .IVI-IK |h price ) bad to !'•*• tot feed stufTs and hegnn einnpaiuig con dIUoni men with now Am ntt aii iiu-. oihen not ao i -••Ili were hopeful lh tha Ituatlon a %  %  i" • aged hy thg ... i ..... Biitlal fl 'i> %  rnd f n gu %  .i phi from next month. ,-nS'ites aid it would be evenl %  n*. gi enter The big trouble Is that ih> United States Is almost the Ha\e Not Yet Admitted Guilt New ffeiieopler Record Set U.K. Should Be included j 9 mtBt ^^ In European Federation Japanese Foreign Office denied on Thursday the Soviet charge that Japanese police reserves have gone to Korea to guard United Nations prisoner of Wl The e-harje was made in the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday by Rur un deleSTRASBOURG. Sept. 18 THE Prospects for linking Britain with the continental federalmn project* assumed a new lease of life following a dramatic call to action by the Belgian Socialist gate Jacob Malik Leader Paul Henri Spank. I He „,,,, General Mark Clark. The consultative assembly of the Council of Europe. t united Nations rar Et Comwhich today ends its three-day debate e>n proposals for : manner had told reporters close links between the two gro endorse detailed proposals for plan" at the close of the fall session later this month loAoa spokesmsn *aid Malik", re1 debate on proposals tor milliner nao ioio rep*n -r *w OUPS. IS now expected to members or the Japanese Police .mplementing ,he "Ede, •fSLttXS&AlSSm Spaak. w-ho presiries over l>th eOOnODUC exchanges with It the Bchuroan Coal^leel Assembly seas territories Spank h;i itrned and the newly estabUahed asaemthe %  ansnpl< that aeenaeale pro-| mM i „ arka 'Ithout UP 'completely falst foiinrinlKni — r.r blv to draft n provisional constlulems are "the most important' tutlon for ; %  European federation. on lnp Agenda. He asked. 1 ussailed at the close of yesterday's nOW( cr that the delegates should aanrion UM members of the 14not b)I( on m ore thnn ih> nation coune-ll who have expressed incw Spaak advl>eri them to doubts that it is possible to link k nnr tu<0 prlmnrv Britain and eight other council ou ,, m ^ a d fo|knv tnfm inembtr nations with the federn' Uon pro %  i, Weal Oarl iro h %  | | nenclux %  Don't Waste Time Spaak aald that the I should no', wade time deploring to join the federative projeoti outright l ret down to th* work of drafting n svotem Mritain and Scandinavia ean be 111 While the Aenibl.v s fieri* affairs commit.•' .polling out how this can be done. : mlttcea will n % %  t Co .. | joui ier Items on the agenda. The chief of these i a report I.. UM European ganlza'Jon on European economic piUgrBBS which will i-e presented to the floor next week. Iran's AirJ>iWeiador VpjH'alsTo Athoson Nl AH All A FALLS. Nr York, Sept 18. Veteran pilot. Elton 8mit n .1 UM vorld I for '< heai ter distance Bltht Wednesila hv pUoUna a ncit ,|,te. 1231 mill U.S. Troops Put Down Insurrection On Koje Island TOKYO. Sept IS, put down inert lived loaurracVon M CaanmuaJst anu pri ow n on tow i i on Tuesday In which II of I wie injured none the Ann announced on Itho The unrul} %  i ,| ri da i strateri in an tncloaad uee Shur|> (\mlrii\rrs\ Predicted sprang Oottoa Ddegatofl n> n\K(l.i> QOASD LX)N1HIN. Bept Ih Bhaip aunlnvarav am on Irom eleven countri patrtu ipating in the Intarnntion Uotto i i nfacen t nrluCn Inrtai its ,„ u, i.i i B ixton In *;, i Derb) I OR Friday win fore• , ., | i by mo t mentatn Thursday, sesnon BUhap \\ .11 rVak Clergy TtoWrimbk Their Efforts' < At X-SUIt-MONTHEUX lent 11 i hop of Bail" Rt Un Q I. fi M.nnle>'ille ..hl %  ( the World Assembly foi M. i.ii Ito'Annamenl ban today thai ha ptanni d to report to all on hjs than to faux [asking UK I able Iheii %  i | referre> %  i .... % %  I the Moo. E. M.ithu. JUI African bine) Mini itei hem Kanyi i eded blm on ins platfl land to the praaanea ••' caun idet from all parti ol Africa ..i.d Avia a> well a. th. PARIS. Sept. IB. The Ftemh CeMnmunlsU waited <-spret*nt\ for the trdUlunn\ eonfisston" by two top Red leadis demoted for veering from the party line, but so far neither has .trim)tted guilt. The first top-level split ir. the French Communist •wry since the war saw Andre Marty, third ranking parlv secretary, and politburo member Charles Tlllon purged for conspirIng to drive .iheJd with ,t militant policy In face of thr parr>'< ".oft" approach. The absence of the usual flood of self-criticism expected nowaday* when party trial• II* prlmanded leef even the home reUg of Martv and Tlllon I oand Uhtif confession at the Data o' furthtr sanctions ,,, ( A part> hvadtiuai teis comVH tmuniqoc meanwhile disclosed that ...the purge within tha rank of the f I faithful will continue, hinting that otiier heads may fail It was noted that many Reds regard the pen* allies as loo lenient, the COR1Ique said. Discussion conThe Inrrld 11.. wl) poastbUli king tog. the, tot Dac ba do sl bn ut ; wtthtn the party." .h-e HMI we arc all eqtialh veatlgatlon Itself has not trrmin.liilonn CatU given .. ated. i' to this truth. 1 Worth, Texas, lo Niagara Falls Smith landed here at "38 pm. .PS and OT naln b ft* n n. dd i %  luat Hell CorperaUo renea Bell %  -hen he r.et the "flying windmill" down on UM lawn la Irani of tl* %  %  administration building. Smith eonlided that thr hardest part of the reeord-bresking iht Mtling in one position for such it long lime "The ship handled vet v well and the weather was One mod Of the way The Hell tesl I i ru setuallV law farther than tlM 1.234 mi'because he was forced lo detour about 15 rniles over the Otarh Mountains to avoid P thundcrThe old ofn. ml record was 703.6 miles established in 1B4 by Majo Caschmtin of the UniUri State* Mrfci %  * tore public session which Openad n *i dm ir.ide le ,i the n .. n illt!'' ipinioi i, i.oM.i arders. Three ptatooni alvid %  an Into two h opt ni' w %  i ''..-,! |. *i • Ii MUM %  Ai'i lean -,d broke HI Ihg crowd %  Ung natlonalliuV u .,.....ii.i-nint %  %  i. i> % %  tee. ifl bell'-11 oteai from the Conunu %  %  %  %  i from Forf'i.am which regularly eompialns u % % %  %  K'lroiirnii ide %  gain t impi VloUlK" %  %  belle • %  %  i. to, Satfage Is New H.O. G o v ern or ii ..nr,' hv the o| itati foi Un Ml Olivei Lyttclton. thai Mei Majesty the Wue %  :. acprove the appointment ol \ [n Wilflaa Lunglo> Bat Ufa K i *.! '• % %  .II. i .minnnder-in-Chief of Barbadi Oovarnot %  British Ouiai >r Charles Wooller. K.CM.O OBI M n ... >, afl] uvt Brill • and U || %  oioent lo keep Ints aal i tltlon I %  to ii oounti Ii i. i \ ., %  ,, %  i lol i UM I 'i f. i• me he ui eosna il) f| UBfl .!..[... iivi i itloi whleh would rears. H T. Stevens who %  the United But rlogal : %  %  hlrllni ol Ida lolel %  .i 4 world textile trade Gilhey's INVALID PORT TITO MAftltlES THIRD 11VIE BELGRADE. S 1 Yugoslavia's sixtvvear -okl l Marshxl Tito took a 25-year-old brunette as his third wife last June .1 hut the marriage and a threemonth honeymoon were keot WASHINGTON. Sept 18 The new limun amOaisadoAllahyar Saleh said on Tbursda) that Iran may be lost U, the tree I world and international peace he: threateiied if Allies do not promptI Iv meet Iran's demands in Us ol* I dispute with Great Britain. Saleh 1 personallv urged Secretary 51 U Dean A. heron "to uC grxKi oAcea to brUuj settlement as soon as poasib't-" t" keep Iran from falling to lommunlsm. After meeting Acheson Saier. 'told reporters "1 am afraid I i.i trmtMJt TKIKS TO \ KKKP m I YKLUt* trvrnt OUATSKALA <*!TY. s^pl. 18 Krlulatlont design.-U t. IRAN MOB STORMS GOVERNOR'S HOUSE Comic Strips make Nehru Gloomy i.'kers TEHEAAN, Sepl m of unen plo %  %  i mad the ml ,. ;,„„ f rvi r igoven M Thursday In rlman or 'Tomb of ...... other |8olemon. Rcput'lli NEW DELHI Sept, 18 p %  I comic X I %  tarn s< "gloom • : %  : 11 ihem i ill India Newix iptr I Nehru •• % %  in I : % %  -I | -'i %  | an supposed '. —r.r %  i i i feel —IT. eeiei frem :dl hut his closest prompt attention Js not gl acquaintances until today. |PUh the wii Cane Punts Can Use Kryenoff Canal; cioRorrowN, B.C a*p< n t Jin Broi TIW and M" minute with Acheion %  n 'id .* Mviit> " tote !" "" Pta-UlUon Enmore. Ihe .„, Mk , l udem brtoi S ...TarrSii *• •",-"'" "-J % %  • %  : and dark ha.rcd. noth.n, wa from Iranian P.-me, M..h.^ ,T£L,J, Her maiden iMoaaadegh appealed for Ach. i!v aranted. ... help lh atOl he matter can in. CP. - i^l• %  grec tn pay t.. us*the toll Of • I waterpath. HOB of rifj made a Oitler Made I %  I'ul. ew eounmade ex pane, and actual 'le*-ell under 'ng of the who .. t*Oljng* who ffll in OfflcO in 1947. .innouneed .hut • ••• IP isassaatse a ea***. > %  ><*' Famous all over the World Gl.LBEY GARUNEg tUSlWiCnP %  ehairman ha ^id. %  i am It was tr.< mine the right of .-. full of eight cent.* pi -_'CPi ; minnimnn i m. ii i. i i i i



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    r w.i rwo BARBADOS ADVOCATE iiiiniv si.rrj.MBtR i. IM Ccuiib Ctttwy Hiwni; S>III i j.i* i • %  i v will Hnieati -.( % %  WlJkkt Tim l*| ud i 11 DMld prtrt tit m | I) .I.IIII.S M i; \\n Mil"A", md durltiK •Nh for P'iiri.iv who ia Probation I . 54 oteaaMa mn r-,. i AM I %  rttfcj r.o I w fi %  ACT Ton FJ.C .... %  I togathi hud been spending %  feu i U nf Mr ., %  Fr.mk Rilwaine "COM**," I Road. r„jmyim/r Holiday M M. MAURICI DI vnmuiL ..' %  i m medit and HVO childiti. I |fcag tW" %  OlMaJ Flats, tying ttiirt them nte Vi iie/uela. HW.I.A. %  in TUceday and er thoroughly thai) W de Voi Delannat am both i SerVI-IH -inl OriafcksH) from Trinidad while Mr DelanFiench. POCKET CARTOON h, OSBJ c 1 tNCASTfiB ~\ aflMA %  O .-(''./ Ilt'.lh,; M its. i BOACH data Mr. and Mn M oi Bagwell Mi % %  !.. eraotaaad attar spending a holiday in Trinda-i. Sfce went ovia with her mother ..ho I* axpertefi back later. mm M -too vIMtad %  • %  for / n. / %  ; / M,: S ENOftA MA.RIG DK EGUI m' %  M i %  BiAumum i t: w l \ after | spending a short holiday ta the *ae the guest of Mlta nc Conner O// |g Triniflatt M M GLORIA rjuowBX, M on Mnndav inrnniiiK by B.WI.A.. for Trmidad win iitiM M iii %  hnlldar. Also IcaviriR witj wa< Miw Lucille Murray nf R.ish 11.11 GatWf ofpaVAW A Li. women teachers arc eminded nf a meeting of the Womin's Auxiliary to be held on Saturday. 20th September at the (hunh House. Mrs. A. RcckilifTe. Secretary .if the W A. In Brittah Guiana will be the KUMt spaakwr. The meeting will h*-gin at 1 p.m. rV (J.SJ*. M H MAURICE THOMAS, son ,1 Mi Bntd 1 Miw of Hi. Co*1 %  hkfl the •i~irrday morning B.W.LA. fat PlMfta if-' ;.. MM I'SA. A here he will reside I'd In i t>n#rritulutor\ I'arly A PARTY was held at the %  ma >f Mr ajsd Mm G. C. A. B. WlUhUBS, PllM Road, m in, ...ur i.l Hull .n Culm who 11-. i | '-:ie of the irbadoa scholarships ftw ..I ru> frtai i . I fit ions and heat wishe* for hii future. >.. WM Show THE Weekly lllm show foi children at the British Council Will not take ploee tomorrow Frfi/wnt Visitor M H. JACK PHOCOPE arrived i-i the colony l H.W.I.A. fnSm Trinidad y aa t ardgj morning "i .i -HUT bualnaai visit. Mr. Proiope who is a frequent visitor to th HfeVand |l I %  %  gttOal of Mr and Mi J. O. Tudor. Bcllcvilte Young Players at the Pocket Theatre • v play and some from "A Miri'iimrniT %  i are being presented thu gtJeirnoon ot 9 jim and tomorrow" rnnht at ft p.m., at Pocket Tlu-.'.n'. Wnkeflcld. wiiiie Park I j the lontm Group of the Extra Moral Association nl the University College of lhr> %  'The how WM fclven or W-dneadnv nighl. mid the auditorlI as it is, was only half ell It will he a pity IT every aeat '* not 'taken for Ihe remalnlnar too ii'i i .'i HI., ri. i for anyone v hii ie to wee II will not onli be KIVIIIK enrouraaement Mi wmi youna people with real rnlbuaf.—•! far the drama, but will also niss .i Hiorou*Illy rnjoyable and interestlne Couple of hour*,. Tli PU] Tlir Ma uldn'1 an old favourite wilh uma|| lhOU| I I ing and unusual lltw which contains Rood character IJA ir-i M the rsgli'' Tlieuti,' i, ... lhal Migsk"(. that there is n | ,i, i. unong boya and k-Hs ui Saniui aenoi Me older, in Barbndii. rrtnK a :iirn>*jH>nttvnl thai coni'i ba daveloMd; and if one speciikHily meoUona Hemy Pordjo, '.ii i dw %  • his "hln" Glare Graham and Dan ell DM doc* not mean to imply that there s any very noticeable sap in achievement between than gad thrajg nt laasi othara In Let il be nuiitioited. thatMat* 'hat Archie assTDai i how to keep still on (he •.tacewinch is knowledge less prevalaotl among ainaleu" than might be -itppntie.l Wbara the production fails is that th atmosphere of tension and suspense that should urn right through the play is—no doubt inevitably—badly lurking (i,,in t.nn 10 'in.f But if The Man Who Wouldn't CJo to Me.ven"" i aj ra|in| lot ihe fiitliirather than immedlaMl i \< I'.iu.'. Hi. -i-enes from Ikjhl ira invnaDM '" htra and now. Na'uralh tlM ..'-lie* chosen Bra 'hose m -vhirh Itoilom and ( ifallow Athenian woikmeriAthcmans struight out of %  ,, %  Warwlckahlra %  I -. rtakaai i tha %  ^i-iunwdy" of "Pyranms nnd Thlsbe" ami tbei [lay it before Theseus i his aourt No more gorgeous piece of fooling exists in th* M hole range of English drama nnd the young players tear into ii with a atuta that la delightful It i much to the eradll Ol BH producer. Golde White, that 'his gusto does not degenerate nil.' mote clowning; and Uiat the production i* full of admirably imaginative uiuchos In fact, the only rrilictsm of any importance one ran level at It Is that Hie badinage of the couti spectators while "Pyrnmua and Thi-hi" i* bajoa performed is not taken tjuickly enough, and the articulation—as also in the opening play—la not always as crisp as II should be. Kurleigh King, a ramhiistious Bottom, should certainly receive an Individual mention; and Lomer Alleyne gets no end ol fun when be has to appear as Thiabe. If one Mao -ingles out Cameron Bmttn troin among the .>itiets, it LS beeauae of bgl BUerantly disillusioned appearance us thbunoui Wail. Finally, the little tota who nap aj .i attendanta in GUUan .-lear-epeaking Tdama. nnu who have already Ix^n angels in the opening ploy, arc as sweet and solemn as the most hardened critic could desire. BY THE WAY I.KK %  Y l T .i 1 %  i,. rib of A'ha:U 'ii-bitte-i ir i ir.ing hark to ., i T Bend with I Mat aaaMBor to weigh ere k you hear I rr -iii'iK on rod i, %  .-. %  ',.' a claim has been [l \ | %  t.ill stiaiig'r from H | :t. to the girls who %  t..nc^ the %  .in l tyt MI iiim. and baa horee %  'I A %  I : i • she taig out all th. %  omitta l .vi> | the stairs rangi "ing tu k ..xe i r or .1. %  XtiolhfiMtmU'rpifi •• 'fflilu-/. lehel are (hi beatafj, Thol teeJIOU in l'ie mini, flnd %  "HUM, r lit Id.' These ere the lists %  oUeafjio's filthy In punting T HBIili •. that will vritc at either end does not r.y partlcu* If you don't know %  hah era; yoM anwl itiiij; itrttO, V. 'i. dtnarj pen y. u t lent) which and jn i are •rrltlng with, i i i, |ri p Foot's in laniboei %  n lot writing round %  nan Ifoilvr Kx/Htrl Drtm I UCLA MAW HAT AT. tho Burn i b i I ilet - rkv II :mi. iltrough th' i %  lor, Tut Tut, thai !.% % %  wet bo wh do they bon?" he aakgafc Without .> queotloo lo %  -> By BEACHCOMBER Tut Tut reviled ... tidily, in Burmese. "Eggs." Th' ncJJfhted magnate produced ai egg tr m his picket, and rOQUOBled b .t II ba boued for him. "as a OUV nil of your wonderful i-nii i Tinehairrn m held hutrled coneuttniton with two vhih Ilkl.i Maw Bat At Uld boil im-vim' .'; in OtH ..I Winifam of thr ttgr* When the oatrlch lieod hi 'hi 1 suuar. the dnhonrst rmblee. p of Shnhash-ibn-Daoul of Bagdad Worry Gets Less Worrying ^TOfSmMiS' Si''Hi Duodenal and : %  likely ti !hin wrung Witt i^ase m i urofi ul-^-iA m i.iii. After a %  in hn little bomh| fny, and In Siceden. where there The anxiety theory does not exj plain whv perforated ulcers arc I 19 times as common among men as among women. SuiaUr women It ^ \Q morworries to rontena with in warlime than men? said the professor. Harmful DicUry "It may well be that ulcers are | due to some harmful dietarv conslltutent impairing the vitality of i 'he stomach wall, making it liable •o acid digestion "If so, the male stomach must lw i •nore susceptible to its effect." Whin ihe prnfeeaor discovered | thai porforalions. rise to a peak in I December he thought he had furI 'her evidence for hii food or drink j theory But later he found the peak had nothing to do with Chrlstmns or hogmanay. AKIEi* i 21—April TAUKUS April 21 to May or MI HI May 21—Jane 21 CANCER Jnne 22—July 23 Jnly An. LEO 34— Aug. VIROO 23—Sept. it Narriman Sees Gynecologist Bad Mark For Mushrooms LALSANNE. S< j t 18. Egypt's ltf-ycar.,i|ri ax-QUeen Narriman went on Thursday afternoon to see famous gynecologist Profeeeoi Rodolphc Mocha* at bla oUnic *lfanlehoul M -. Itoenal had treated her alrea ii. i ...>iiiage and she now consulted htm according m authorP*-" !" native sources about some postT""**" natal trouble she was rxp.'i a) ing since the birth of In Tin . Q %  11 tayed at the clink %  full hour iitd 'hen went foi a ..alk along the lake hon%  nled bj bw3 M Ca fMl lady onipani. ii. Dainelio 1| a lojntl lrlen.1 at Parouk und actexl in Italy bl flnancial adviser Bulk aid, They added Inn! %  Lauennna to Faradr*. I ntereats in Swi"erlan.l. Lauanne. This Toad it oils and mushrooms mav be as common a cause of asthma an pollen is of hay-fever, any scsartbougbt several :,.• Jlt Rothnms'oad research Last night she ftUan, By sampling Ihe Hertfordshire lr with a new machine, thea found that countless millions of i minute spores from fungi must enI ter the human noae and Itingsvdur| late summer—a bad time for i: hltiatu Narriman %  shopping In morning she dre^sea and si visited the hnr of the laiuaann Palace Hotel in the company of Dameho aad an unidentified man, a detective. The eafakes all her meals at Hotel Beaurivage where she i -econd floor apartment Al..ays smiling and (riendl.with everybody, she •; klUia definitely refuses tu rceive newsmen eervlee, is n m Plane i P r-i-niy QUMIOIU. S W p m Coin puMf of thr Wrrk. SIS p m ViirH'lBSbdbDK. 1 IS p m Mcti'luni Navi *ror. M p m H.I My*r| Kitvon. GLOBE I eaeleny ^ fr S. !•-a. eg*, it a e>eatlnaeaaaaa; rhough' f uI prccedure UTgJd. especially -it > .mpcrtant effgtfe. inehidiiig rlnance* and af try to force issues. * * Neither ti"> hindeniig noi too h'lpful infill•?* vour inborn steady > .1 working you van * • Mercury's influ nces warn agnnst unwise udgment due tc hastiness. Be calm anver week-end • • .. to Gemini now If serene ap* ;tnd unworned you will go farther, I'd gisttd tasks when you should, then **• %  * -. Some favourable rays linger from yeater*T a aspect but it will be wise 0 think well In fore acling. Thoroughly tttCta Oi fore undert ikin %  them. • • • ^ >ou nusj romplish a let today.*r ira aspect Itrcsses ..nsiiii' cautton in lament. pt rtuip* foolish btvaglg, r • * SAUITTAKIUS Milder Ivenellc rays now than yesterday nnd Hoe 2S~Dec 28 precautions should b* observed in all im%  / pnrtant transactions. But don't slacken pace. vou*an make some headway. ^ 19 * handling machinery, dangerous torls. in travel reoulre extrn vigilance. Start day-a .ii' sturdy faith in God's help, then pro-*T accomplish. * aDependa lurg.ly upon HOW vou stick to "T i schedule whether day will %  rlear desk, bench— of unfinished tasks? • • ,, March 20 BOttM Hendl} '.* uspecta for urgent do-J^ rneatk intcresls; other influences warn tOo%  < llitud, in tlnances or n other tninsacticns. jLYOU BORN TODAYI.ikcamV personality, sympathetic. helpful to those in trouble to the unfortunate. Usually metirti^ loua in babH nd .tress; discnminaling in oholco "f fi.. n.is .^ \e apaeJal talent tor writing, painting, dressmakinp. utuaLvan eWldn me skilled mechan %  irrhil..' treat) Birthdnt.r Gen'l Hugh A. af* Urunim. I A LIBRA Sept, M -Oct £1 SCORPIO Oct. 24 Nov CAPRICORN PiaOER Tab. 21 Rupert's Spring Adventure — 34 Tignltly **uia 10 *t K i*-i usr tt* msaic sprav. hut h imi he Q keep well n hiding. Th* litipi ot Spring told -m ihry atr iot lupposed 10 iho* ihrmstlvet re people." h* says "I nred 'ic.r help and il ihy w ton ih*y mi* net coss* lo me." So h aysjcsa PIT 12. CIRCLt 24—HOUSt 36, BAL. 60. BOX 11 Kids Half Price Matinees Ciicle House and BaL (II'IMNC TO-DAY 2..W .:lH mi Continuing DAILY 1.43 & 8.3(1 i: M # # H i: The 6 mtest Film Experisnce of all Time! intlREIHE OUUIER ILinilet dBSBsldBBBBl I, %  .. || '....KFUll oin the world am. see the Navy! Ifs an ocean of fun and laughs! .lar.ms GROUCHO MARX MkRli V.US0M WUUAM BtNOlX ..,h tM)S D f 0 Rt .hiub* *h :. Huk btit hndi inoihfi halloo ihr bit* ot i ire* ind id!, loud' l^r a while nothing hpo.i rhrn there ii tltght ivo:ir • %  MI Imp shoot* out .37 & B.04 IRTMENT OF JOHNSON'S CHINAWARI IN OOLDENlAWN ROSEDAWN, W11ITK WITH OOI.I) BAND S NOLBS OR IN SPTTS COITKE. DINNER AND TEA. Wi Tkt w a i John 4VM.II.. T>*iiiu> aeel m iar ai ooan .. IIIO:;I. \sIOTAL To-dy ixie inning ym Car T. R. EVANS WHITFIBLDS BRANCH Phono 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE !ji ]]eam" ^ IJjOVEJOY PLAJ4 B-T0WN DIAL 2310. Opening Tod*. uTHJ 2 i$., 4.45 I p M .n.i t ..i i iii am Daily 4 4i and H 31 I'M i i as aaa liurt* Darnell at^^hen McNil> Ilm.l KCCOED %  .uM. HI MIAIIA i tiri %  •assge* MOM taoov Whole AcUvr. Stelat t KING OF THE TEXAS RANGERS ,1 euarr* <\ rnoM oKUMoa* > mi I-XNI-K TBAD THUMBS UP M 9EHIND THE NEWS %  enma is-a • a a i 1-e.m grn I \ii.i Speria) Atlrurtion:— %  '" %  ," %  %  %  •" "" ~ The most shocking offer ever made ... an offer that paid In danger, disasterso** OO.OOO'NARROW MA Ree-r. Dei %  BI M m. BO differ •""siyro w „; THE MASKED MARVEL OPINING TODAY (HOI>AY> I. u & n.:in l-M VMi CONTINUINa DAILY Rtlltllll ( %  ••-• SI IS) PI i/4 IV


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General Fuad Shehab
Control Of Lebanese
Seizes
Govt.
IXew President
To Be Elected
BEIRUT, Sept. 18.
GENERAL FUAD SHEHAB who seizecL power in ihe
bloodless Lebanese coup Thursday, much as General
N'aguib took control In Egypt ordered Parliament to meet:f,|
on Tuesday to elect a new President. "C
Shehabs refusal to use his troops to quell possible
public disturbmcrs ar.atm. President Bechara Khourx
caused the President to resign.
Prime Minister Saib Salam went out with him. Th:-
l-ebancw constitution calls for immediate Parliamenlaiy
election of a successor to the President in case ol his
death or resignation.
REUNITED W.TH FAMILY ONCE AGAIN
NATO Chiefs fig
Observe
Manoeuvres
Adv
But Sin hah and his two army
colleagues who are temporary
mlers of Lebanon conferred with
the Parliamentary Speaker and the
majority <>f the Depui.
agreed to summon Parliament
Tuesdav as that would give time
for them to decide on candidates
for the vacant Presidency.
Equal Chances
Two deputies have equal chances
of election. One is Camille Chouf?
former envoy to Britain. The
Dthat i- Hameed Franglyeh. form-
erly Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Camille Is re, uteri to bo a friend
of Britain and Frangiyeh fruiKl
of Fran.*. Ex-President Alfred
M who is not a deputy has
an outsider's chance He Ls known
for integrity and honest adminis-
tration.
Resigned Premier Salam told
f'niled Press that ht and the
President left ufflce in response to
public opinion. The President
showed sagacity In resigning, he
said. He added "I am sure the
armv hasn't the slightest intention
to seize authority or intervene in
politics General Shehab's role is .
temporary and will end as soon as the rtlune
a new President is elected. I
It is expected that thee recon-
Orderly
Usually reliable sources in
?HyV
item
GERMANY. Sept 18.
nee "invader" units started
to cross Western Europe's great
natural barrier- the Rhine River -
as the Allied Supreme Commander
General Matthew It. nidtcwav and
other top N.A.T.O leaders observ-
Ing t>e French-United St.it.- tn>
erciae equinox" manoeuvre studied
technique, to ore vent such a
crossing A three-dav mock war
is testing, the defence of the
Rhine-
Room bs.oco troops deployed
along the strategic river divided
into "blue" defender and "green*'
invader units. Both French and
United States invader teams fol-
lowed up the advance by sending
ncreastnglv strong i atrol
if entire units although
Washington said Thur
State Department
.lay that the!
l.lui- defender forces will have
.,-,.,.. in.;;' Primary mission holding the in-
variiT "n the east
sted In the seiiure of the Leb-
anese government by General j
Fuad Shehab, but said that It has)
not received enough information to
be able to analyM Uw develop-
ment fully. It was understood,
however, that the initial Depart-
ment reaction wan that the re-
volution appeared extremely or-
derly, and that terming it "coup
d'etat" might actually be a mis-
nomer.
President Bechara El Khoury is
reported to have handed over his
authority to Shehab before an-
nouncing his resignation, it WU
pointed out. possibly Indicating
that the seizure was not com-
pletely, beyond law The De-
ihus far has received
Only I i.ielimiiiar> report on the
situation train tM I'nited Sta'o*
I In Beirut, it was sale).
It b therefore maintaining a
gay* policy before-
taking any stand.
\ was known that ;he Deparl-
mtnt viewed Shehab with great
... ., .hi abafl armv command-
er, and thr fact that he Is a mem-
bar of one of Lebanon's oldest and
most honoured families was seen
as enhancing his chances or root-
ing out at length internal cormp-
llon. The consensus of diilc/mn-
tlc circles here seemed to be that
the turnover In the Beirut govern-
ment was essentially a domesll"
affair culminating a
of dissatisfaction over alleged i ho. Jaoan.
dishonesty and corruption _ [Friday
ide of the i
IP.
NtlTZ MCXCH, 29, Is reunited with his wife and daughter in Berlin
after being held a prisoner of the l(u> ifam i I 1844. Captured by the
Bads in Rumania, Uiou-h wu lantamd to 'Ht years of conlinwment in
Murmansk. He irunuged to caps and lie*) approximately 3.(100 miles
to safety in the Western Zone of Berlin. 11nternollonal Radtopliolo)
U.S. Willing To Send
Oil Experts To Iran
TEHERAN, Sept. 18.
Eden Won't
Sign Pact
With Tito
, iiutN n*nnt
I'fl iflADE. S"p* IH.
clary An-
thon> Men told Mamhal Tito on
ir*ai the
Western Burope slid youi ooun-
mine are drawing closer
day' but he empha-
h* had not
IVlgi.ide t negotiate of conclude
nts.
#The Yugoslav Marshal SUp*
len*i i o-opi ml
frtMdl) approach with the
declaration that the lli.tmh
Matetman's visit to Yugoslavia'
"hall provg Of great importiince
for the further dcvoloument
.friendly relations and co-opera-
tion botwotn out two countriai
"Pledges of mutual support wen
Kcbanflrd ' ** l|l"*'h,',"l
'iv-.at the Yugoslav leader gave fi
,. i'. tl h visitor in lm> Nation'
i on Wl I*
'Marc t..p Dodnto, Belgrnd
. I lltop luburb
Spa Aiwmopps
In Stroud Hay
far mam n'.r>. it \> as
Ihomhl thst In Rarbidos
..i iti-i gi \n in .i< -.
lAnitnil Hojer.) ulatai
mi.I, in llir VtiIimjI I l.. ,-.
St.
- him .
\
rrcrnl
isl they
ax Melt.
BMfMaM
wh lr QM Nm of ( r .1.
Hill was il me 'i eggn
in Strnud Bn he **.* fl(.*
jH of pink, \rllim and
;.. n hleh |)i>Fred
h 11 apprwaraed.
I h- flutter* are few
> i its Irum ili- -iioi< mil
* ,n w|| he sren hv -ulm.
m.-r* nr proplr In a host
I'rice Of (Zrmind
U.S. Nary Starts
Push-Button War
TOKYO. Sept. 18
The United States navy has converted 1.800 plane'
ad missiles and has opened an aye of push-hint an
Warfare 111 Korea, the navy's leading i;index! missile evpei t
n tha K,n K;i-i laid "ii Thursday.
I.M'titenanl Commander Warren Kurtz, commanding
officer of the first guided missile unit to fiKhJ in the Kurean
war, pradictad that the pilutless pi
i iiniwra f what will come,"
; queatloffi ol time until the mde
aerial war They can be refuelled,
tinent to contlnanl warfare p
More \itl To
Asia May Solve
Dollar Crisis
in Kore
id. T. j?yust
res lake u^^jVhe
rnakintf j
By MKIIAH J O Mil
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18
omcUb
.Tune n*
l hi to Asia as the only
U.i. i a u go Mlutlon
\
learned on Thui daj Tii
The
i1ines
pmC* pianos*1
,l>le to launej
run
li**y .
ill si*sM attack*.
I* poi^idI* that these
Television Kyea
guided
miss i Ionpiloiles.
iwo thousand
pound bombs-are being launched
from a navy carrier at land
laVMtl in Korea They have tele-
vision transmitters for eyes They
are guided to then t.ngcts bv th*>
the mother plane .i controllers'
" aboard tha eaniei
.i-e deadly and aatound-
tdhipt
WILLIAM ALTON JONES. President of the Amen- Jg^J
t.iti
.
tton In '' 11 n
a> hotn of ua
icxmined
Yugoslavia's nc-
rar and wdd ro-
ra equally da
-'mila "'
can Cities Service Oil Company said on Thursday that he
was prepared to send technicians to Iran to et ils oti
industry back into production. Rreakuii! his k%lfl siNnce
on his visit here, the American "my-.teiy man" of the
deadlocked Iranian oil negotiations called the closing ol
the Ktant Abadan refinery a "world tragedy". He added
that one of the main objects of my visit is to yet the
situation solved."
Mine Damages
U.& Destroyer
TOKYO. Sept. 18.
A Communist mine blew up in
the bulkhead protecting Uie for -
ward flreroom of the Morton killing live men and iniur-
Ing seven, the Navy announced on
Thursday. Six other crewmen are
trusting, the Navy said.
The accident took place on Tues-
day night while the Barfoii WM
r lowing through the Japan Sea
serving as a screening vessel for a
task forcr built arour^'he aircraft
carriers Bon Honune Hlrhnrd and
Bf|
\ tremendous explosion on the
sttrboard side heeled the vessel
over to the port and knocked out
its power The crew rushed to the i
forward flreroom. heloed seven '
iniur"d men to safety and sealed
off the ehamber because of water
pouring through a five-foot hole
in the Barton's side. The bodies
of the five dead men had to be left
behind. The ihlpl nower was re-
stored within one hour and the
long inruKl Barton crawled hack toward Sase-
"here she is due on
-U.P.
V.T.
Bible Student
Forges Notes
CHICAGO, Sept. IB
A bible sladent waa -r (
rested on Thursday on
rharges <' changing one
dollar bills Into five dollar
bills by drawing a black
beard on George Washing-
ton Irlvle Keenan. I
Mas arrested by secret %rr-
Vtaa men as he was about
to leave for St. Petersburg
Klartda. where he aald he
"'i attending a bible In-
stitute.
BVTJ A n heir, head ol
the secret service here, said
that the youth ehanged five
one dollar bllU Into flvea
by changing the numerals
and drawing beards lo
make Washington look like
Abraham Lincoln. Anhrlr
said that Keenan. an un-
employed bellhop, also
changed a one dollar bill
Into ten by adding a aero
"The amailng thing Is that
he aaaaed two of the lives
and one ten." Anhelr said.
UP.
Japan Denies
Jones toured the refinery and
oil Held at th. Invitation Ol Pre-
mier llohanuned Mossadeph Me
'aid it will take less than S10.00O.-
OOb lo get Abadan. the world's
largest refinery, bark to capacity
production.
Thl- is the amount that the
f'nlted States has offered to send
Iran if Mossadegh would reach a
settlement with Britain.
The Abadan refinery shut Hovwi
when Britain withdrew
nieians from Iran last vear alter
the Iranian govniunei.'
?ed the Angln-Iranini: 0
paiiy.
Britain also threatened legal
,ctlon to prevent nnyhoriv from
arrvtng oil out of Iran.
rlowerar, Jonea t*>i conference In Darban Hotel over-
looking Teheran thai ht Ulieve.i
thai Irun could sell oil lo the
.' of the
world deeoiti Brhaln'
legal blockade
Denving that he is trying "to
make p fast buck for the Clttei
SorViot" Jonef emphasiaed that
nt.tin i M not ail mmpany had
concluded any purcha-'
menti with Iran or even dbvuaaed
such subjects.
vr.
both s-ek i<
Yugoslav people under

of the Oomlnfonm tn die
u national life."
Pint Visit
th.*
lea drew attention to
fiK-l thai his visit was the
that Brttl h Ion Ign 8.....'-<
, id* to Yu^i-iiivia and di
in "pei-
, bj between peopu
tti however that "you
nave i"' invited me Ua ceme t.
i.eigtde t< nagottate or cenelud
but tu niee't Marshal
the Yugi-sl-'^
i i *vt coma to aachange view*
. .f the Unportam
which interest Ixrth
rountiH- I hope also that my
have some val'
showing vou hnw the Britteh pao-
t I. retl .....1 where they aland
..,, of Western Kiirnpr
.,. A ,;. i tiave tourneyed rrorn
ire the t ouncii
D| Buropa is taking a new step
to restore the unltj of our eontin-
Moanwhlle your country and
,., .,1, also drawing clow tO-
tMm- -vr.
... the rtr.pl U
i i
Ml aecti '('<. Uva
next month to the

Kddoe> wheh will be sold at a
i h price <>' ISUMD pti uk) m
will i. retailed nt s.ou
pei iihi ib, . five
tat, meeting aun oppoettton from othai mgiy sceoiata*1 wrote I United
jer 11> Bwwet | '" now '*" <'"respondent who saw the
1.06 pel 100 Ib H th Bald, Will '" P*"1 ,," CJUeetleo Up t the new Milalles launched from the alr-
. ,. ..hi ,,, ioo ii, ..i Administration fleeted In Novwn- ,.ntx earner Boxer
(ui cents pi ii nstead ol I " foi i top leva) aeeisson one oMr f ihc air to air missiles
, tils pei '. ilrl t 3 itthei "sparrow" was revealed as beina*
PH 100 II Whotei k. Will te r. capable Of seeking out and
tailed .ii n <> per km> ib. e\ ifow would more United BRaai ileatinjliig a plane three. mi
I SO A*ia hel|> Ellrt^uc' Thr away. The other air lo air mlssije
......... ,,.,.. .,.,. i..... .,, tackers say. 'Quite |n production is 'Terrier" about
sSffSra Tip-*, ';" "' '' '
5e^lH^^^greuTlS .....'"'> "" S? 555r navy m.ssiles laduo>
.'......,,. f... -"" ' - .,.,., ,.,| ,.. ant would provide Asian the Oemian buti bomb. It has
The aiin"uiM.ir.-Mt ! Ihla (Ttmnrttetl In which European leen launched fr-n,
oreaaes In the price ol local tood- '" '.....lid earn vita d submarines and attained the
UppllH aromi i- *' ""' -'" Unie these orrleial -invd of more than 420 miles per
ui U< nl >it- *> ""at immev WOJlld hell hOUl Another missile with a
entlon at ilreei oornen .....i In prevenl tha itrategtc Muth and homing device t,. track down
i with men t.ik aho southeael am. and pariicu- enemy boothera i* "Ijirk" built
lartj Iti'ti.i from btin| swept into bv consolidated Vultee Aircraft
I "imunivi fold Oonspan] U.P.
One housewife was heard In re- .... fc _. _
Ming about $2.rW0.OO0.OO0 ptl | rt'llt'fl CjOItllllUIglStA
ear. and if it were not for United
rlv
lo
nippb
vi-iont, liuwker
II- II- 0V TH.tllll

they do now."
. .11-1 ueason in Trafai-
V Bquare, mi n who enpet
eiice'd tha conditions of the tn i
w..ii.i w.n ,.iv. shoitW afUi-
wardi recalled .ivi-ik |h price
. ) bad to !'* tot feed
stufTs and hegnn einnpaiuig con
dIUoni men with now
Am ntt aii iiu-. oihen not ao
i --......Ili were hopeful lh tha
Ituatlon a i" aged hy thg
... i .....
Biitlal fl 'i> rnd
f n gu .i phi '
from next month.
,-nS'ites aid it would be evenl
n*. gi enter The big trouble Is that
ih> United States Is almost the
Ha\e Not Yet
Admitted Guilt
New ffeiieopler
Record Set
U.K. Should Be included j9mtBt^^
In European Federation
Japanese Foreign Office denied
on Thursday the Soviet charge
that Japanese police reserves have
gone to Korea to guard United
Nations prisoner of Wl
The e-harje was made in the
United Nations Security Council
on Wednesday by Rur un dele-
STRASBOURG. Sept. 18
THE Prospects for linking Britain with the conti-
nental federalmn project* assumed a new lease of life fol-
lowing a dramatic call to action by the Belgian Socialist gate Jacob Malik
Leader Paul Henri Spank. I He ,,,, General Mark Clark.
The consultative assembly of the Council of Europe. t united Nations rar Et Com-
which today ends its three-day debate e>n proposals for: manner had told reporters
close links between the two gro
endorse detailed proposals for
plan" at the close of the fall session later this month loAoa spokesmsn *aid Malik", re-
1 debate on proposals tor milliner nao ioio rep*n -r *w
OUPS. IS now expected to members or the Japanese Police
.mplementing ,he "Ede, fSLttXS&AlSSm
Spaak. w-ho presiries over l>th eOOnODUC exchanges with It
the Bchuroan Coal^leel Assembly seas territories Spank h;i
itrned
and
the newly estabUahed asaem- the ansnpl< that aeenaeale pro-|
mM i
arka
'Ithout
up 'completely falst
foiinrinlKni
r.r
blv to draft n provisional constl- ulems are "the most important'
tutlon for ;. European federation. on lnp Agenda. He asked.1
ussailed at the close of yesterday's nOW(-cr. that the delegates should
aanrion Um members of the 14- not b)I(, on. more thnn ih>
nation coune-ll who have expressed incw Spaak advl>eri them to
doubts that it is possible to link k nnr tu<0 prlmnrv
Britain and eight other council .ou,,m^ a .d fo|knv tnfm
inembtr nations with the federn- .
Uon pro i, Weal Oar- l'iroh
| | nenclux
'
Don't Waste Time
Spaak aald that the I
should no', wade time deploring
to join the federa-
tive projeoti outright l *
ret down to th* work of drafting
n svotem Mritain and
Scandinavia ean be 111
While the Aenibl.v s fieri*
affairs commit.'
.polling out how this can be done.
: mlttcea will n . t Co
.. | joui ier
Items on the agenda. The chief
of these i a report I.. UM
European ganlza'Jon
on European economic piUgrBBS
which will i-e presented to the
floor next week.
Iran's AirJ>iWeiador
VpjH'alsTo Athoson
Nl AH All A FALLS. Nr York,
Sept 18.
Veteran pilot. Elton 8mit
n .1 Um vorld I for '< hea-
i ter distance Bltht Wednesila
hv pUoUna a ncit
,|,te. 1231 mill
U.S. Troops Put
Down Insurrection
On Koje Island
TOKYO. Sept IS,
put down
inert lived loaurracVon M
CaanmuaJst anu pri ow n on tow
i i on Tuesday In which II of
I wie injured none ,
. the Ann announced on
Itho
The unrul} i ,|"ri- da i
strateri in an tncloaad uee
Shur|> (\mlrii\rrs\
Predicted sprang
Oottoa Ddegatofl
n> n\K(l.i> QOASD
LX)N1HIN. Bept Ih
Bhaip aunlnvarav am on
Irom eleven countri
patrtu ipating in the Intarnntion
Uotto i i nfacen t nrluCn Inrtai its , u,
i.i i B ixton In *;, i
Derb) I OR Friday win fore- ., |
i by mo t mentatn
Thursday,
sesnon
BUhap \\ .11 rVak
Clergy TtoWrimbk
Their Efforts'
< At X-SUIt-MONTHEUX
lent 11
i hop of Bail"
Rt Un Q I. fi M.nnle>'ille
..hl ( the World Assembly foi
m. i.ii Ito'Annamenl ban today
thai ha ptanni d to report to all
on hjs than to faux
[asking Uk i able Iheii
i | referre>
i ....
I the Moo. E. M.ithu. jui African
' bine) Mini itei hem Kanyi
i eded blm on ins platfl
land to the praaanea ' caun
. idet from all parti ol Africa
..i.d Avia a> well a. th.
PARIS. Sept. IB.
The Ftemh CeMnmunlsU waited
<-spret*nt\ for the trdUlunn\
eonfisston" by two top Red lead-
is demoted for veering from the
party line, but so far neither has
.trim)tted guilt. The first top-level
split ir. the French Communist
wry since the war saw Andre
Marty, third ranking parlv secre-
tary, and politburo member
Charles Tlllon purged for conspir-
Ing to drive .iheJd with ,t militant
policy In face of thr parr>'< ".oft"
approach. The absence of the
usual flood of self-criticism ex-
pected nowaday* when party trial-
ii* .....prlmanded leef even
the home reUg of Martv and Tlllon
I oand Uhtif confession at the
Data o' furthtr sanctions
,,, ( A part> hvadtiuai teis com-
VHtmuniqoc meanwhile disclosed that
...the purge within tha rank of the
f I faithful will continue, hinting that
otiier heads may fail It was noted
that many Reds regard the pen*
allies as loo lenient, the COR1-
Ique said. Discussion con-
The In-
rrld 11.. wl) poastbUli
king tog. the, tot Dacbadoslbn'ut; wtthtn the party." .
.h-e HmI we arc all eqtialh veatlgatlon Itself has not trrmin-
.liilonn CatU given .. ated.
i' to this truth.1'
Worth, Texas, lo Niagara Falls
Smith landed here at "38 pm.
.ps and OT naln b ft*
n n. dd i luat
Hell CorperaUo
renea Bell -hen he
r.et the "flying windmill" down on
UM lawn la Irani of tl* ,
administration building.
Smith eonlided that thr hardest
part of the reeord-bresking iht
Mtling in one position for such
it long lime "The ship handled
vet v well and the weather was One
mod Of the way The Hell tesl
I i ru setuallV law far-
ther than tlM 1.234 mi'-
because he was forced lo detour
about 15 rniles over the Otarh
Mountains to avoid p thundcr-
The old ofn. ml record was 703.6
miles established in 1B4 by Majo
Caschmtin of the UniUri State*
Mrfci *
tore
public session which Openad
......n *i dm -
ir.ide le ,i the n .. n illt!'' -
ipinioi
i, i.oM.i arders. Three ptatooni alvid an Into two
h opt ni' w i ''..-,! |. *i Ii mum Ai'i lean
. -,d broke hi Ihg crowd . Ung natlonalliuV
u.,.....- ii.i-ni- nt " i. i> tee.
ifl bell'-11 oteai from the Conunu '". i
from Forf'i.am which regularly eompialns u K'lroiirnii ide
gain t
impi
VloUlK"


belle

i.
to,
Satfage Is New
H.O. Governor
ii
..nr,'
hv the
o| itati foi Un
Ml Olivei Lyttcl-
ton. thai Mei Majesty the
Wue :.
acprove the appointment ol
\ [n Wilflaa Lunglo>
Bat Ufa k i *.! '-
.ii. i .minnnder-in-Chief of
Barbadi Oovarnot

British Ouiai
>r Charles Wooller.
K.CM.O OBI M '
n ... >, afl] uvt Brill and
U || oioent
lo keep Ints aal i tltlon I
.....
to ii oounti Ii
i. i \ ., ,,
i lol i Um i 'i
f. i me he ui eosna il)
f| UBfl .!..[...
iivi i itloi whleh would re-
ars.
H T. Stevens who
the United But rlogal
- : hlrllni ol Ida lo-
lel .i
4 world textile trade
Gilhey's
INVALID PORT
TITO MAftltlES
THIRD 11VIE
BELGRADE. S
1 Yugoslavia's sixtv- vear -okl
l Marshxl Tito took a 25-year-old
brunette as his third wife last June
.1 hut the marriage and a three-
month honeymoon were keot
WASHINGTON. Sept 18
The new limun amOaisado-
Allahyar Saleh said on Tbursda)
that Iran may be lost U, the tree I
world and international peace he:
threateiied if Allies do not prompt- I
Iv meet Iran's demands in Us ol* I
dispute with Great Britain. Saleh1
personallv urged Secretary
51 U Dean A. heron "to uC
grxKi oAcea to brUuj
settlement as soon as poasib't-" t"
keep Iran from falling to
lommunlsm.
After meeting Acheson Saier.
'told reporters "1 am afraid I
i.i trmtMJt TKIKS TO \
KKKP m I YKLUt*
trvrnt
OUATSKALA <*!TY. s^pl. 18
Krlulatlont design.-U t.
IRAN MOB STORMS
GOVERNOR'S HOUSE
Comic Strips make
Nehru Gloomy
i.'kers
TEHEAAN, Sepl m
of unen plo
i mad the ml
,. ;, frvi.r igoven M Thursday In
rlman or 'Tomb of ,
...... other |8olemon.
Rcput'lli

NEW DELHI Sept, 18
p . I
comic X
I tarn s< "gloom :
:
11 ihem "
i ill India Newi- x
iptr I Nehru
in I : -I | .
-- 'i | an supposed
. '.
r.r

i i i feel
IT.
eeiei frem :dl hut his closest prompt attention Js not gl
acquaintances until today. |PUh the wii
Cane Punts Can Use Kryenoff Canal;
_ cioRorrowN, b.c a*p< n people Ihe .llualion ml) bec.Mn... Th cu,.t,.,.l(. ,-,,.,., ... ,..,,.,! ,.
Inv,..Uo, to Anihonv .,, ( control ol th,- f.~- world
"I." 'h' Yji^-'nMloi-IP""." |Kr. ntftt of way ca'.l >
t Jin Broi TIW and M" minute with Acheion !
n 'id .* Mviit> " tote "" Pta-UlUon Enmore. Ihe .,
Mk , l udem brtoi S ...TarrSii * ",-"'" "-J
: and dark ha.rcd. noth.n, wa, from Iranian P.-me, M..h.^ ,TL,J,
Her maiden iMoaaadegh appealed for Ach. i!v aranted. ...
help lh atOl he matter
can in. CP. - i^l The report i petal
progreaa lov
.. nap. (known of the bride
UM indicated ahe n Serbian.
m Europe
1
wlthdr

Estal- -
the village
ultimatum demamling In arguing Ulf
u > grec tn pay t.. us*- the
toll Of
I waterpath. Hob of rifj made a
Oitler Made I I'ul.
ew eoun-
made ex pane, and actual 'le*-- ell under
'ng of the who .. t*Oljng* who ffll in OfflcO in 1947.
.innouneed .hut

IP
isassaatseaea***.>><*'
Famous
all over
the
World
Gl.LBEY
GARUNEg tUSlWiCnP
'
ehairman
ha ^id. i am
It was tr.<
mine the right of
.-. full of eight cent.* pi
-_'CPi
;
......minnimnnim.iii.iii
i


r w.i rwo
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
iiiiniv si.rrj.MBtR i. im
Ccuiib Ctttwy
Hiwni; s>iii i
j.i- *
i
lmprrm**i
VfH AM) HJU ( \..l. I
* hol-
idaying here finer thr Slat Aiufn-t
RIM are M.itink over rot
Miv. rhi-.

impressed.
Mr Hunle is uttjcrnd |
Cnble Department of th,.
Co.. in Jam..
| thrre for TI>
i v will h- nieati -.(
WlJkkt Tim l*| ud i 11
DMld prtrt tit m
| .
I) .I.IIII.S
Mi; \\n Mil-
"A", md durltiK
Nh for P-
'iiri.iv who i- a Probation
I .
54 oteaaMa mn r-,.
i Am i '
rttfcj
r.o I w fi
act Ton
FJ.C ....
......I togathi
hud been spending feu i
U nf Mr .,
Fr.mk Rilwaine "Com**,"
i Road.
rjmyim/r Holiday
MM. maurici di vnmuiL
..' i m m- edit and
HVO childiti. I |fcag tW"
OlMaJ
Flats,
tying ttiirt them nte
-
Vi iie/uela.
HW.I.A.
in TUceday and er thoroughly
thai) W de Voi -
, Delannat am both
i Ser-
Vi-ih -inl
OriafcksH)
from Trinidad while Mr Delan-
Fiench.
POCKET CARTOON
h, OSBJ c 1 tNCASTfiB
~\ aflMA
- . O .
.-(''./ Ilt'.lh,;
Mits. i BOACH data
Mr. and Mn M
oi Bagwell Mi
!..
eraotaaad attar spending a holi-
day in Trinda-i. Sfce went ovia
with her mother ..ho I* axpertefi
back later.
mm M -too vIMtad

for / n. / ;- / m,:
SENOftA MA.RIG DK EGUI
m by H.W.I.A. from Cur...
eiuela on Sundnt, but Thay
'" .re Guest
Egui has
brought over her son M iBsM
i h and she
will be returning homo on Sun-
day.
Funw.-ll /-..//\
AH |
at thi n .( Mis. I
.'ones. Roi-bui-k Street, SI V hi
m honour of Mist Rbom Him-
n:j(t .i relative if tin- Jones' who
M tNk 'i ( "iIiiir six weeks' boll-
bu bane,
Tha fveniiif was a very pn-
i l mitny frienda
iiather'-i1 to extend ear] bee!
.ml boa voyage t Ml
! ivini for
Ittana to-day.
Xinrt >'.
Mi -. BiAumum
i
t: w l \ after |
spending a short holiday ta the .
*ae the guest of Mlta
nc Conner
O// |g Triniflatt
Mm gloria rjuowBX,
M on Mnndav
inrnniiiK by B.WI.A.. for Trmi-
dad win ii- tiM m iii
hnlldar. Also IcaviriR witj
wa< Miw Lucille Murray nf R.ish
11.11
GatWf ofpaVAW
A Li. women teachers arc e-
minded nf a meeting of the
Womin's Auxiliary to be held on
Saturday. 20th September at the
(hunh House. Mrs. A. Rcck-
ilifTe. Secretary .if the W A. In
Brittah Guiana will be the KUMt
spaakwr. The meeting will h*-gin
at 1 p.m.
rV (J.Sj*.
MH MAURICE THOMAS, son
,1 Mi Bntd 1 Miw of
Hi. Co*1 hkfl the
i~irrday morning
B.W.LA. fat PlMfta if-'
;.. MM I'SA. a here he will reside
I'd In
i t>n#rritulutor\ I'arly
A PARTY was held at the
ma >f Mr ajsd Mm
G. C. A. B. WlUhUBS, PllM Road,
m in, ...ur i.l Hull .n Culm who
11-. i | '-:ie of the
irbadoa scholarships
ftw ..I ru> frtai
i .
I fit ions and heat wishe* for hii
future.
>.. Wm Show
THE Weekly lllm show foi
children at the British
Council Will not take ploee to-
morrow
Frfi/wnt Visitor
MH. JACK PHOCOPE arrived
i-i the colony l H.W.I.A.
fnSm Trinidad yaatardgj morning
"i .i -hut bualnaai visit.
Mr. Proiope who is a frequent
visitor to th HfeVand |l I
gttOal of Mr and Mi
J. O. Tudor. Bcllcvilte
Young Players at the Pocket Theatre
v play and some
from "A Miri'iimrniT
i are being pre-
sented thu gtJeirnoon ot 9 jim .
and tomorrow" rnnht at ft p.m., at
Pocket Tlu-.'.n'. Wnkeflcld.
wiiiie Park I j the lontm Group
of the Extra Moral Association
nl the University College of lhr>
'-
The how wm fclven or W-d-
neadnv nighl. mid the auditorl-
I as it is, was only half
ell
It will he a pity IT every aeat
'* not 'taken for Ihe remalnlnar
too ii'i i .'i hi., ri. i for anyone
v hii ie to wee II will not onli
be kIvIiik enrouraaement Mi wmi
youna people with real rnlbuaf-
.! far the drama, but will also
niss .i Hiorou*Illy rnjoyable and
interestlne Couple of hour*,.
Tli
PU]
Tlir Ma
uldn'1
an old favourite wilh uma-
|| lhOU| I I
ing and unusual lltw
which contains Rood character
IjA ir-i M
the rsgli'' Tlieuti,' i,
... lhal Migsk"(. that there is n
| ,i, i. unong boya
and k-Hs ui Saniui aenoi
Me older, in Barbndii.
rrtnK a :iirn>*jH>nttvnl
thai coni'i ba daveloMd; and if
one speciikHily meoUona Hemy
Pordjo, '.ii i dw his "hln"
Glare Graham and Dan ell
DM doc* not mean to im-
ply that there s any very notice-
able sap in achievement between
than gad thrajg nt laasi othara In
Let il be nuiitioited.
thatMat* 'hat Archie assTDai
i how to keep still on (he
.tace- winch is knowledge less
prevalaotl among ainaleu" than
might be -itppntie.l
Wbara the production fails is
that th atmosphere of tension
and suspense that should urn
right through the play isno
doubt inevitablybadly lurking
(i,,in t.nn 10 'in.f
But if The Man Who Wouldn't
CJo to Me.ven"" i aj.....ra|in|
lot ihe fiitlii- rather than imme-
dlaMl i \< I'.iu.'. Hi. -i-enes from
Ikjhl
ira invnaDM '" htra and now.
Na'uralh tlM ..'-lie* chosen
Bra 'hose m -vhirh Itoilom and
( i- fallow Athenian woikmeri-
Athcmans struight out of
- ,, Warwlckahlra -
I -. rtakaai i tha .^i-iunwdy"
of "Pyranms nnd Thlsbe" ami
tbei [lay it before Theseus i
his aourt No more gorgeous
piece of fooling exists in th*
M hole range of English drama
nnd the young players tear into
ii with a atuta that la delightful
It i much to the eradll Ol BH
producer. Golde White, that 'his
gusto does not degenerate nil.'
mote clowning; and Uiat the
production i* full of admirably
imaginative uiuchos In fact, the
only rrilictsm of any importance
one ran level at It Is that Hie
badinage of the couti spectators
while "Pyrnmua and Thi-hi" i*
bajoa performed is not taken
tjuickly enough, and the articu-
lationas also in the opening
playla not always as crisp as II
should be.
Kurleigh King, a ramhiistious
Bottom, should certainly receive
an Individual mention; and
Lomer Alleyne gets no end ol
fun when be has to appear as
Thiabe. If one Mao -ingles out
Cameron Bmttn troin among the
.>itiets, it ls beeauae of bgl BUer-
antly disillusioned appearance us
th- bunoui Wail.
Finally, the little tota who
nap aj .i attendanta in GUUan
.-lear-epeaking Tdama.
nnu who have already Ix^n
angels in the opening ploy, arc
as sweet and solemn as the most
hardened critic could desire.
BY THE WAY
I.KK
.....'
Yl
T .i 1
i,.
rib of A'ha-
:U 'ii-bitte-i
ir i ir.ing hark to
, ., i T Bend with I Mat
aaaMBor to weigh
ere k you hear
I rr -iii'iK on rod
i, . .-.',.'
a claim has been
[l \ | ,,
t.ill stiaiig'r from
H |
:t. to the girls who
t..nc^ the .in l
tyt mi iiim. and baa horee

'I A I : i
she taig out all th.
omitta l .vi> | the stairs
rangi "ing tu k..xe
i r or .1.

Xtiolhfi- MtmU'rpifi
'fflilu-/. lehel are (hi -
beatafj,
Thol teeJIOU in l'ie mini, flnd

"HUM, r lit Id.' These ere the
lists
oUeafjio's filthy
In punting
THBIili . that will
vritc at either end does not
r.y partlcu*
If you don't know
. hah era; yoM an- wl itiiij; itrttO,
V. 'i.
dtnarj pen y. u t lent)
which and jn i are rrltlng with, i
i i, |ri p Foot's in
laniboei . n lot writing round
nan
Ifoilvr Kx/Htrl Drtm
I UCLA MAW HAT AT. tho
Burn i b i
I ilet - rkv II
:mi. iltrough th'
i . lor, Tut Tut, thai
!.- wet bo..... wh
do they bon?" he aakgafc Without
.> queotloo lo "->
By BEACHCOMBER
. Tut Tut reviled ... -
tidily, in Burmese. "Eggs." Th'
ncJJfhted magnate produced ai
egg tr m his picket, and rOQUOBled
b .t II ba boued for him. "as a
OUV nil of your wonderful
i-nii i Tin- ehairrn m held
hutrled coneuttniton with two
vhih Ilkl.i Maw Bat At
Uld boil
im-vim' .'; in OtH ..I
Winifam of thr ttgr*
When the oatrlch
lieod hi 'hi1 suuar. the dnhonrst
rmblee.
p of Shnhash-ibn-Daoul
of Bagdad
Worry
Gets Less
Worrying
^TOfSmMiS'
Si''Hi
Duodenal and
: likely ti
!hin wrung Witt
i^ase m i
urofi
ul-^-i-
a m i.iii.
After a
in hn Prol
bunked the
IhU
Momacli
h- due lo some-
n. t than 'o
n the tension of hv-
or told the British
scientists in Belfast.
urv.% of ,0OO patients
with perforate.! ulci ra
V W lllingwor'li de-
aa^.VOCf r Jl
Fnr Fridiv. September 19. 152
I w Inch
tur birthday comes
lo the stars.
Ulcer Trouble
uhlP
th* I
Thr
I Bj .
rOUOWINC CORONATION Ct-t'MOIattS in Atlantic City. N J Rove
Jane Langley. 19. cneeen "Mlei America of 1953," flashes a winning
:.,bes Miss Langley. who was "Miaa
I, coir.es from Macon, where she haa ocen a
music student at Wcsl -an Conservatory. She will use the Si.uOO Khol-
i .'.on ([iternationel S'oundphotof
Ooi'i.i uaared ut-t .. .
wartime increase in ulcer tr<
in London was caused by
extra anx.eiy over bombing,
em* increase happeneil in Clot' I
pou-. where there u> little bomh- |
fny, and In Siceden. where there
The anxiety theory does not ex- j
plain whv perforated ulcers arc I
19 times as common among men as
among women.
SuiaUr women It ^ \- q mor-
worries to rontena with in war-
lime than men? said the professor. !
Harmful DicUry
"It may well be that ulcers are |
due to some harmful dietarv con-
slltutent impairing the vitality of i
'he stomach wall, making it liable
o acid digestion
"If so, the male stomach must lw i
nore susceptible to its effect."
Whin ihe prnfeeaor discovered |
thai porforalions. rise to a peak in I
December he thought he had fur- I
'her evidence for hii food or drink j
theory
But later he found the peak had
nothing to do with Chrlstmns or
hogmanay.
AKIEi*
i 21April
TAUKUS
April 21 to May
or MI HI
May 21Jane 21
CANCER
Jnne 22July 23
Jnly
An.
LEO
34 Aug.
VIROO
23Sept. it
Narriman Sees Gynecologist
Bad Mark For
Mushrooms
LALSANNE. S< j t 18.
Egypt's ltf-ycar.,i|ri ax-QUeen
Narriman went on Thursday af-
ternoon to see famous gynecolo-
gist Profeeeoi Rodolphc Mocha*
at bla oUnic *lfanlehoulM-. Itoenal
had treated her alrea
ii. i ...>iiiage and she now con-
sulted htm according m author- P*-"
native sources about some post- T""**"
natal trouble she was rxp.'i a)
ing since the birth of In
Tin . Q . 11 tayed at the
clink full hour iitd 'hen went
foi a ..alk along the lake hon-
nled bj bw3 M Ca
fMl lady onipani. ii.
Dainelio 1| a lojntl lrlen.1 at
Parouk und actexl in Italy bl
flnancial adviser Bulk
aid, They added Inn!

Lauennna to Faradr*. I
ntereats in Swi"erlan.l.
Lauanne. This
Toad it oils and mushrooms mav
be as common a cause of asthma an '
pollen is of hay-fever, any scsart-
bougbt several :,. Jlt Rothnms'oad research
Last night she ftUan,
By sampling Ihe Hertfordshire
lr with a new machine, thea
found that countless millions of i
minute spores from fungi must en- I
ter the human noae and Itingsvdur- |
late summera bad time for ,
i: hltiatu -
Narriman
shopping In
morning she
dre^sea and si
visited the hnr of the laiuaann
Palace Hotel in the company of
Dameho aad an unidentified man,
a detective. The ea-
fakes all her meals at
Hotel Beaurivage where she
i -econd floor apart-
ment Al..ays smiling and
(riendl.- with everybody, she ;
klUia definitely refuses
tu rceive newsmen graphers ~I!.P.
WORLD FAMOI'S
I.Ol IS L. BAYLEY.
rrcveiil'
QUOTE
Between the scientist and
the bureaucrat, eating has
lost much of iu pleasure and
nearly all of Its tatste."
-Pro/easor W. Wordiaui
president o/ ihe ehcntisrri/
Of 'ro Hr.,sli 4fB0-
rleflon.
Listening Sdmrt*
'"!_"_'Il '*1tm w**
The New*. | |
n*ii> eervlee, is n m Plane i
P r-i-niy Qumioiu. S W p m Coin
puMf of thr Wrrk. SIS pm ViirH'l-
BSbdbDK. 1 IS p m Mcti'luni Navi *ro-
r. M p m H.I My*r| Kitvon.
GLOBE
I eaeleny ^ fr S. !-a. eg*, it a e>eatlnaeaaaaa;
rhough'fuI prccedure UTgJd. especially -it
> .mpcrtant effgtfe. inehidiiig rlnance* and af
' try to force issues.
* *
Neither ti"> hindeniig noi too h'lpful infill- ?*
vour inborn steady
> .1 working you van
*
Mercury's influ nces warn agnnst unwise .
udgment due tc hastiness. Be calm an vnu wont have regrets or loesee.
* *
Mostly best to finish tasks and business ol- .
ready started rather than tak- on nerw (if af
not urgent) things. Use good judgment and
vou will fare efl M
*
thought, acttoj
23 haps brtter for finishing incompleted tas;
han start frsh undertakings, unices *
i rgent R'.st mind i>ver week-end
..
to Gemini now If serene ap*
;tnd unworned you will go farther, I'd ,
gisttd tasks when you should, then **

* -.
Some favourable rays linger from yeater- *T
a aspect but it will be wise
0 think well In fore acling. Thoroughly
tttCta Oi fore undert ikin *
them.
^
>ou nusj romplish a let today.*r
ira aspect Itrcsses ..nsiiii' cautton in
lament. pt rtuip* foolish
btvaglg, r
*
SAUITTAKIUS Milder Ivenellc rays now than yesterday nnd .
Hoe 2S~Dec 28 precautions should b* observed in all im-/
pnrtant transactions. But don't slacken
pace. vou*an make some headway. ^
19 *
handling machinery, dangerous torls. in
travel reoulre extrn vigilance. Start day-a
.ii' sturdy faith in God's help, then pro-*T
accomplish.
* a-
Dependa lurg.ly upon HOW vou stick to "T
. i schedule whether day will
rlear desk, bench
of unfinished tasks?
,,
March 20 BOttM Hendl} '.* uspecta for urgent do-J^
rneatk intcresls; other influences warn
tOo- < llitud, in tlnances or
n other tninsacticns. jL-
YOU BORN TODAY- I.ikcamV personality, sympathetic.
helpful to those in trouble to the unfortunate. Usually metirti- ^
loua in babH nd .tress; discnminaling in oholco "f fi.. n.is .^
\e apaeJal talent tor writing, painting, dressmakinp.
utuaLvan eWldn me skilled mechan
irrhil..' treat) Birthdnt.r Gen'l Hugh A. af*
Urunim. I A
LIBRA
Sept, M -Oct 1
SCORPIO
Oct. 24 Nov
CAPRICORN
PiaOER
Tab. 21
Rupert's Spring Adventure34
Tignltly **uia 10 *t K i*-i usr
tt* msaic sprav. hut h imi he
q keep well n hiding. Th*
litipi ot Spring told -m ihry atr
iot lupposed 10 iho* ihrmstlvet
re people." h* says "I nred
'ic.r help and il ihy w ton ih*y
mi* net coss* lo me." So h
aysjcsa
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RARIMIMK ADVOCATE
p.'.r. THRU
Commonwealth Parliamentary Talks Open
Immigration
Discussed
TMEr 6AM BO L S

OTTAWA.
More than 85 delegates from 48
Canadian
Senate Chamber in Ottawa at ahe
opening "f thr 19M COIllSSSJaalg of
the Commonwealth Pirllnmen-
tary Association.
After the opi'tuii. rciemordes,
the meeting went into closed
Won Diacuaslon centred on the
problem of immigration
The conference was opened bv
Mr. Lester Pearson, the Canadian
Minister for External Affairs, who
.aid the meeting would enable
Asiatic and non-Asiatic members
of the Commonwealth to form a
eloper union.
"The bridge* between the west
and the Asiatic world are not as
strong as they should be." he
He. *aid date-gate* from India,
Pakistan nd Cmn, as td as
Those from African countries,
would meet with other delegates!
to the conference on a basis of
Me equality.
"The Commonwealth" he
"it not a afaatfc thing. It
its strvnglh from its adaptability "Canada w
to change, at time when free- fn*e of Fool
!ar> Government Is
under attack, we cannot reaffirm < ...; Ii
our faith in Uiat form of Govern- Janus Q. Gardiner. All reatric- g**7 chains alike television
merit loo strongly." tlons cJ the movement of live- had taken first place instead
Never been stronger ties: Mock thi
,-c-iry ^*nBv. r
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3 MONTHS FOR
UNLATVTUL
POSSESSION
Canada Free
Of Foot And
Mouth Disease
Television In C'da
officially declared
< Disease
in b- -he Minister
Rt. Hod.
Sentence of three months' mi-
pruonmeni with hard labour as
jesterdav passed on it*-year-old
boara SunueJ Main M nifi
Hall. St. Michael by His Worship
Mr. C L. Walwyn. Police Magis-
trate of District "A" who found
him guilty of the unlawful pos-
session of a SO-lb tin of butter on
September 1ft.
Hi* Worship Mr C. L. Walwyn
also fined Sobers 20/- for re-
sisting Cpl. Clayton Byer on
September 17 Sobers has sis con-
victions for larceny.
Police Constable Sobers told
the court yesterday (hat while on
duly on Roebuck Street on Sep-
tember IS he saw the defendant
carrying .< SO-lb tin of butter
When the defendant saw him he
dropped the tin and ran. He took
ip the tin and carried It to the
C.t.D.
CpL Hycr sold that on Scptom-
'?er 11 he win lasuecl with a rar-
rant for the defendant sod aa**r
\t-t*d*y me iiuugur-d meet- him on Tudor Street the same day.
ing irf the Ilarbado* \Iiiiilerl-.l When he triod to .irrest thr de-
Aaeociation was hed at trie horn-' fendant he resisted
E. Towers, HA. B.D Sobers told the court lhat a man
nlabelle. The gave him the tin of hutter and
lecttd is th* when CpJ Byer approarhed him
Tudor Street he did not give
BARBADOS
MINISTERIAL
ASSOCIATION
By FRANK VINES
TELEVISION has finally invaded Canada. When I
walked through the street1 of Mnntrenl prior bo the open-
ing of ihe Canadian Broadcasting Company's first enmmer
ctal sponsored telecasts tht whole city resembled a giant oMtev. K.
television store. Ejiworth Home. iS
In department itores and gr. and the Canadian taxpayer is Rev. Towers was
se faced with a new demand for tv. first President of the Associlttio ;
....- -----------. million pounds, which the k-v- w^j, the Rmv. K tlansen ai the hlm -n
'.-..r c.mada and .-ill ffSJ ' ^daon Baj tvlanks-1 trn tnl will i iv, u. m '- flamm, d ... ... ", ",
Mr. Harold Holt, the Australian precautionary measures against Bnd "des of bo-/ Even used aut. keep the new industry golm,. ,n_ .. "
Minister for Immigration and the spn-ad of the disease in mbile dealers wanted to rome in Thia new loan should help to es- ,K tK_ J? ,''*
Labour, ohalnnan of the confer- Southern Saskatchewan have been on whaI promises to be the bigge.. tablish stations, within the period ]" ,T "Vi''n*>oul i
.id that almost 90 per cent r. moved. This action does not rin*' venture this booming oi approximately two ye ' m T..! "' "' ""* "'
population of the Com- in any way change present floor >u"lrv has enrountered since the ;he Pacific ana Prairie areas of rT1"' "n,d Trc.ii.um siuml
motiwealth and the British Colo- price policies for livestock tm:l5'.ntlon of lhc autnmobik 'his vast continent * D* annual eieel >
nisi Empire enjoys self-Govern- ,. Newspapers are devoting whole Canada's larfe market* and the ,, w rrih,.r ^
n.e- -t the disease has been Actions to the event and I was undisputed affinity of Canadian- m(mlhlv ,..'
l>opulation and covertnjs uneovered since May 4 when the Jo" that lelcvbion adverlisJi towards Britain make this new J '',,-" .7~J' teeoni
world's land area. '* Infected herd was slaughter- heat an preceding records medium a challcnRe tn BntKi V""'"> '"' moon .,, i-n month,
. rnta- "1. >t was announced. Test ani- Opinion Divided Iwsinee*. to the British film In- ,,'.inTinB IO """m*"cc at ^
v r ao many people of Uko r"n'B <'"lves and hos> have been There is divided opinion at to dustry and to British TV Here "' *' merttog U to t.
interestH been gathered together <" a infected and contact prem- whether Canadians should con- at last Is a possibility through "J'f * speight^iown In the ho..r
in one place." he said, "Every ic for 60 dayg or more and none sWer themselves lueky or tmluekv, advet*toing for tin- British biafV- "' J ltw G Mrn
CQtlfcreiice wo have had since hus shown evidence of tho since the iron fist of commercially Jisman to regain the lead BrH- under the auapfrcs of Hie above
1911 has strenii*cneci consider- rt'^eaae. sponsored television will no'" **h quality products hi Id for so association In connrvtion with Hm
abiy the friendship ana Iwnds of "To-daj-'s ofhclal action removei reach Into their private lives, wVl 1"ok in the markets of the world Latin American Mission of the
i,ll quarontlnes and restrictive tneourafc them to buy thing! the\ and here is the chance lor nritisJt United State* T America there >s
Th < i ave never been stronir- measures, including Individual wer wanted, will make their Hlnis and trlevision to make and proposed n campaign towmds the
or tiestics lhat ore as delicate quarantine of former Infected or children demand breakfast food., market dims which wifl rival .,, f A|ir|, ln my
M mIK but as strong as iron bands contact premiaes. ami the general fowboy hats and specific kinds of those now produced in the USA. jh^ rellgiou- bodies renre.
3d Uei thai .M on nuarantlne applicable,.!., the In- ***** n<1 ultimately cut down Most British films have already ^^ ft f^SSLm^
buffer ne. Tl^'^^R^LS'J^: f^SA V*,^ V"pronueed"'?n ^ B-'"1" '""'. Hollywood today There bi do S-'JS^1 ,hl> Nau"''1
t rouble
.. out of our discussions
vlll be found the light to illu-
minate the waf.'1 ,_
B.U.P.
Wore Aid To Asia
Solve $ Cruie
woods and prairies and, given thi-m commerelull<
and healthy progr.
id this newlv
Id help t feasible
Alms tor T** MethoHlst Church. The Mo 2?^ V* Berl,n. lruckln'1 Pm
y "pened vl.n rhnrch and The SaVaV^ JSStiZZM & i In *iSu;
u make Ar"iv. Wedneedsjy 200 Berlin boui
ultimately cut down Most Brillsh film
cinema attendance and the relax.- proved to be of vastly superti
be released nt any time in.incial restrictions Imposed as *iio" ot " evening spent in good uiiality lo those produced
-flSTh.. nevJr been a great- NjK 'he outbreak ha^e been J-d"? JFJS^'wttt'SJfl ST^^mS*
'*&. "^SSZt the disease was STSeA S'ffSInfill "*- ft*b^
sdvUltl I' which we are faced cattle. SM swine and 97 sheep ",'rrr
pmwSn............lompl by lh outt.k. M of which -'"^',1^'.."nT" "JX. "^ .
'!" "> I. lo be wre Infected premiss .nd 13 c ;^.'"1 'i ^J
"The iiuamntlne are. Involved ,,,. i_.
1 I. 21 rural munlclpallUej of tho IJItle l-holce
v r 11 over 580 rural municipal!- ' "Hirae the C.B.C. and the
In Sii!ika!chcwiin. Active In- wnadlan Government had little _
occurred In S of the 21 chlee In the matter. American NEW V"I,K. ^eP*' '
,UtlM. lple\ision has been watched by Mehboob Kaein, lllm dim-toi
. M,m'titlnK cm the Minister's Innabltanui of the Toronto area and producer from India, arrived
ffav SOIIV CfWIS iiouni-etnent declarln. Canad. !.r many years .nd the sale of In New York by plane on Wad-
J >rn- ,1 Foot nnd Mouth Disease, television seta In this area alone ne-,iv momln. to mjav lor
si From I'aur 1 Mr. Kelson Young, the Depart- W" enough to warrant produc- Ihe American dls'rlbution of tho Mr. fiallyslnih lias hpent four
nalv nlnce in tue "orlil where ment's Director of Production I.1 "' television sets In Canada. rt ctdnur inovle made In India "" '< In Urilan, on holiday.
Z.,;, ... .1** Service, made It clear lhat In- """i 'ncreaaln.ly evident to Kahn said that the p.ctuie coat On the_.!.,., I. . duo 10 sail
._ of suspecltd animals and ""' 9?c lhl ,he public -de- 000.000 rupees and took three home for Jamaica, he appeared
meat were carried on in every "">o lelevlaion at Ihe soon- years to make. The lilm has been In Birmingham magistrates
part of the nation, and not only "L_ES"lbl'' m,lmen, CnX'i running nine week. In l-.odon eourt on a charge of stealing
, in the quarantine and buffer ,l,Tprl''nl wa* that research was and will have a private American "O"1. , nirnmnjliam shop
areas of Saskatchewan. expensive and that a "wait and prcmieic an September 10.
\r'. Berlin Truckers
Defy Bloekade
iiniUN, sept. 17.
Wei-t B.-ihn tiuckeis We,lne>-
day braved Soviet slowdown in-
pertions ami hrnught goods to
Berlin through the Soviet Zone of
Cermany after a last mlnuti
agreement wilt, the city Oovtm-
ment and averted a midnight
tnke.
Tniekeri agreed to continue to
haul suppllrs to this island city
despite Soviet harawuetit on the
UO mile highway to the west
The City Clovemment partial-
ly met truck em demand* for
'ompensiitlnn for the Soviet alow-
down and agreed to negotiate
with the West German Govern-
ment on other demands made by
Indian Film
Director Arritvx
In New York
Jamuiam Lawyer
Accused Of theft
as. 1 ,., 8'MlN ir. H old Heginald Uall,-
'"''> '' - old J.ui.alcan boi -
risier and a lormer Acting
"Mtor-amaaral for lhr ,|V
has eleeti-d to go lor trial on a
fling in Blrmuik-
liam. He pleaded not guilty and
gar soaarveo ins oeti-nir
foreign f"~ lo bBUUKi
P lial Answer
The bajn ~;M~ of JiSSShSum"" expensive and that _
Irving to prom see" pt*y would give the coun- Washington srMri the audience
.miio.i 1 -Mr. Young said that because _! ultimately Miter and moro will Include ofllclaK Irom Ihe
"!.' r "even the slightest suspicion ,"fc "Ttii. I .?" a1 Ki. P"nCT "nlted Stales State Drparunenl.
aato bell. ; brougtn immediate attention. ,'I,' ,2?* f ""Iland. The new K,h id thai h,. would not
Hropssai nltssl than had boon more than 1.600 ,1L., "i *S!^"", "T" ,'k '"J0": sttend the premiere but
Uwt individual Inspections of suspect- 3?- ^2H?JU?' "*?"* "'e.-i.i to Hollywood
lm lilm* .0 Ai ......' r .-I meal during the outbreak In oAvJJ* .. ',, ePlenibeT, proved ,^,..
eatent Alri.tm dollm tnarketg pjace. that Included Toronto. hfKl.*_t.w?"..""t T* _'PO"Fy.
WOUld ! ..
u, coekta-l glasses, a brass ashtra
a rubber cushion and panknlra
His passport Is held by the Bir-
mingham police,
Mr. Michael DavMsa, prafacu-
t-n.fcf alleged that Mr. Hall, south
1 111 the shop tu take the
goods nnd was slopped as fa- was
. v.^. -, a see, ,cy , JSIT"**^.'" '" V,u,n", '<*** about to leave Aft.:, btn
^ ^I^Sx^r- Bi-S^nfe gFv' &JnfB%Z
' ",^S? !~TASrcBC broadcasting building Wathln-jto. premwn Hi be ment. B.t'.r.
5 2La^S!at23 ^ ^,Zh SZZ Montreal and I found the pro- """nded by a group of 14 Indian
lo absorb Amerl- were located in Canada were gramme anrt ,h(, lWfU7lca, movie stun, and directors who
" d f^V^^^^ln ^T^T ^ ^iPm^^ bmifjit from Pntsin arrived on Monday to begin I
' f^'TT, uJr n7i.II? -. ^,?nt ,0 '"" *". *"". The four-week tour of America. K,lm
Tcoma fh ^ fa^f>a .aSUSJMtto, and puffer ^^ ^ |hr pMun whjch w wJd np wouJd ^ gj J"
buLM'd on TV .standards uaed in Stat*-i for four weeks.
Sombre salesman
gels a
'regular* order
CAM a traveller in tmokrr'i
accessories. U you want a
lighter, a cisaictte-holorr. o* a
Itooluh. Sam's the man -ho
hoot, ths latest line 'Writ,''
I aakrd him. "bow's the great
doc*-to-doors?"
".Saaf at ary Jbar.'" mid 3**
mimtUfrNittrmna^nm^.Fof
ne thing. -" esiafiaeal aae"
a-Wa yaa'nf jWu.* hat * ***-"
a/an uid aiM'ay 'Ufi,lpn(i-i.iir
asart law (wsWlMf a eas. / pipm "
"Thai's probably yew croub-
WlMiel Abedce.ee* aapes."
iVaif.SS". dull,
"Like I aaid." I aaai. You're
being upaet by the 30 ft. of pap-
ins; you have insidtyou. All you
eat he. to go through that caie
ef pipes, and your bowel muicles
have to do the pushing snd
pulling. But there", nothing lor
fjteai to hang on to in the twit
had. you get nowaday!."
"Wear* saaf Sdat.
"Not at all' I aaai iliibole-
bubble. toil and trouble in your
tummy adoar of conitipat.cn.
You're in need oi Kellogg's
AH Bran.*'
"H'rWr.eaf.lfcafegaw.'tr oieerf
bss.
"Just st the rigbt place." I
uid. You have a little AII-Bran
for brealuaet e*sry mofains. It's
delieicut. and i gives your dkt
aujk tcenething for those mus-
cles to work on. It'll ritake yeu
ifguUt' n a matt*- of days.*'
I Mt Sam digesting this, sssl
when I hi him a week later he
looked if he was in full -ale.
"Case* awrmas." IbssmsI Sam.
"Haaf la Say e UiiUm^"
"So All-Bran"i put you in the
big time, has it>" I aiksd.
/-( 1 it *." tw* Sam "ft
i..i I' twii'a- in 'ire aaye. Afav.
u*oi abMif a oarM jaodfcr .**'*'
i m already told oft !>.."
1 Uid.
KELLOGG'S AlL.f*AN n>
lit*ei' Mitpiii. lifp m- "tf-
vUr Made r>o rich otS*r lavsn
/ -ffaelt wtwjet. eeltclowly -r.a-
(rtt-i -iiK awll. wll aad MflM.
Mahei a eieadtd t.,-..li. ead
man, .DD-iiii (<-. bar.*, aad
ime-iM dHSes.
;,l(pe zones received, at nil times.
vvould bi iptialUe Hie new mitrkeU- Thtey My ihe
-i'"'" 1> cIqs raCleniaOkaCo.
eould cut Ihera 0U1 tO I 1 rjfe uvw acpissj!iisa VatK
mSu euro. Buy More Land
m0'*Im..i''(. hM The Barbados Telephone Cu. m
i.u n AliS LW" * "1ulrl P of the than 100.000 receivers Stalled
. I>.nri I........U :..!... .,.., 'Steni
the USA, that is a picture with
S25 line definition, la extremely
ghod. better In fact than the
standard US picture and Just as
bod as Its British counterpart.
Tho reason for the 525 line sys-
tem was a very simple one.
Firstly, there are already more
U.P.
UNESCO Fights
Illiteracy
land forrni
Hall, situated
Workmen were
< merest eel
.del be coupled
eduction in akiropasn
Mis argument is that this str.i.egy
would force Europe to. fight for SSSllE. ^" ^,
Aslun markets and to earn the
Bsssis to e>lhnfaiW depesi
DBN i.ii United States economic
Sristanrjst
-UP.
ly belonging to Plea In Canada using
Day roll*
it work
ay the
bbery and felling the sur-
rounding trees. Others were en-
gaged in laying out the foundaU
of the build
ihu
Half
n hi is
LONDON
population of the
lliterute and the pro-
|IN
All-Out War With
Red China Urged
I-OS ANGattJtS, Sept 16.
An all-cut vrar acalml th*
rhine-ie Commul
::
!*gion. \>
l>OT)b sl.ouM b
^.ouplA nld thai the United States
must take the "calculated risk"
. f n war above* the Yalu River
: nd ret a deadline on tl
truce talks. U.P.
and secondly the 525 Hi
will make It possible to inter- portion la rising, soya the United
chjnge programmes with Amerl- Nations Briermfk, Ivlucstioiial
can station* and thus oerhaps and Cultural Organisation, in Its
service the whole continent In report for 18*1 32, just pub-
timo to come. The Canadians have Ushed in London.
sTn? comtructln^ < ** language difficulty "It Is impossible to stand by
,rv fhe^ fnr ih, eli. ln thp Mon''al rea by w***- nd do nothing." says the re-
he em- ,ng ^v^, bjHngual amwoncers port. "Present condition* ran bo
and actors who can perform in Improved and the far-reaching
both English and French, thus reforms of tomorrow will di-
hecoming the first bilingual TV i-end on the progress we make
nation In the world. today. Drastic methods are
Three. Loans needed for this period of transl-
To launch Canadian television tion."
the CBC had to iirrange three The Organisation is taking
ployees.
1 \IIOt RUtS AT WORK
A oortlon of the Rockley Road,
uch leads to Hastings is now
repaired. Repair" to this
road take the form of resurfacing leans totalling close to three steps to f.ght the probli
tAT and gravel labourer* million pounds. This money "
d
ore at work yeeterday assisting J^"'^
the work.
Iliamond Hinssi
LCH'IS i n win
or Id i lliti-racy by providing
to conatruct television fundamental" education. It S
centres in the country's two sending .mi miaaiona to undec-
largeat population centres Mon- developed <-ountrles to study loc.U
trcal and Toronto, to hire and problems, make recommendations
train staff, to acquire the technl- and give practical help. It Is also
cal facilities and to undertake Hie preparing Mutable teaching ma-
iKtabllshment of a network link- *.i>rlals and is helping to train
Ing the Canadian centres and th. American networks. This loon many countries.
Jhns already proved insufficient it i r
- r
Winner of the 1952 Grand Prix of Tu,in, Italy, LUtOI VILLORISI toys:
Fun-firing CHAMPIONS get the last ounce
of power out of every drop of fuel'
Toil pay no .-norm
forth*
GREATER
XPER(..NCr
'/MA
-thsrft e>na rsosen why
thla airline has been
"lint ehofce" ef iniirno-
Hs*nsd havsler, lor neorly
9 quarter of m eento-y.
NEW YORK
Noii-itup wrvlce by tl>e lntimrHU
"El Presidete" or via Sim fOpiilr,mrrnay laving "Kl luiista.'
EUROPE
HJar Mrvlor by .
^1 "Srraro" Cbpi
* ahaOars -In raj v
Ea)oy if(i;-,vrr. In I t ; i r L-
laad PAA l.lippm .Lo ily u> India
ad lb. Otisi.1.
Van*xvela
for Quality
and Value
UY A tOTTLI YOOAYI
You'ra waiting vofcc
obto eowefond up to
10% of th f\ii /ou buy if veur car It
qu^p-d wi|f. dirty, worn .pork plgg. . .
the wrong '/pa of pfvg*.
ty lanrting otf tho f^ot In Itm comb^i'n
oSotd*', CKompiop'i fiall-hVing iporV doliv-
ert tho full power buA* into your enc/ma.
Hova yov daoiar imioH
d*p*f")abli> Chdrnptoo Sr-ork Piugt'.
*ISiI ON LSND, ON SIS, IN TM
P/t/v/lm/rra/v
Hv*io Iixh ns
MLS
Do Com I Ci
Stood Stratf f\d\
Mio-io ?T?, lAftoc kv<-r
i


PACE FOUI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1*. IIS2
8AipppsAAnv6cATE A \ isilor In i\ew York
TRADE UNIONS AND if
.I.MVH
September I*.
Ill I ..U.I. LIMIT*
DESPITE the activities of the Police
and the Barbados Automobile Ass.
which have received 'he full support of
the Press and Radio excessive speed is
still practised by road users
Perhaps the "road-hog" will be with us
till death, but his anti-social antics might
be further curtailed by a simple police
action.
The roads of Barbados are so short that
highways exist here more as courtesy
titles than as solid realities. It is therefore
difficult to f|nd long stretches of road
along which the motorist can be given
permission to go full steam ahead with no
regard for the reading of his speedometer
That is why the Police have wisely re-
stricted the maximum speed of motorists
to 30 miles per hour and to 20 miles per
hour within the City limits.
NEW Yi'KK Sept 10.
undci stand, marked the
njii.t Vacations haw
jcnticd. ii i wot* all i" busl-
ines* huusea as woll on ih.- ihool* ]7 and 48 wa*
negotlati
I fkUUM
I H (or. tnninjp. and
I?
I.\ll\l A >llll AH
,""i""" NEW RK 5 to. Thc ocvaaion was a "UUlc
Ij2 u*1 '"** t^bOMl l> l fit tugethc:,' given by Mia. Gwen
Walton, of Manhattan Avenue, a
Barbadian, whoae eldest son Keith.
ww on 1tte e\e of hi* army tl*-.
tht> oab Barha- |.artuie overseas AI:; present;
llllaiat v.cll Mre Mini Barbara Wlckham, lato
. He opened thc of Hie nurin- staff ot Dr. Bay ley \
. thc seventh man i-Jini.-, a rocoot arrival in America.
dtiun *lln extrvnw* ol heal following to be dismissed He scored 28. and She has already gone to work In
lays in nue summer iyi. while he was there hope remained, a hospital in the Hi
jit was grand to be out ol door* that we would top the 78. But he Mr. Charles Tappln, *on of Mi.
when the weaitn i n> fine, and |00 succumbed to Siiunderi wiles, Archie Tappin city demist, had
this goes for most of the period. t,ta ihe day was lost. also ran in from his studies at
It began on Memorial DayMay Howard University where he I*
30. and ended on Labour Day. But It was good while it Lasted, in his fourth year of denial Slud-
September I," wag the way one and brought back cherlshad has. He still has a long way to go,
seasoned naturalised American m*morns lo the tight knot of he said, but I* working hard and
cili/en described summer to me. Barbadians in which I found my wc|j.
and for him it wjs always the lot cast that Sunday afternoon. a a" a
besi time of the many years he has There were Dudley Barrow, once Politics quite naturally con-
Wtattrad and summered here. in the newspaper game in Barba- tlnue to be thc thief topic of con-
da*, Mapp once a member of the versation In all circles, its inter-
ior me I will remember that Wesley Hall Boys' School staff In esting to observe tha very many
during the sumrn If I had my first the days of the late revered Rawle ways In which the Pre.idential
and sax/ my lint cricket Parkinson, Dudley Rollins, the candidates are kept In ihe news
match in Amerk i. 1 had a lovely Griffith brothers, and many others whether they aie out campaigning,
trip out to Jonas' Beach on Lone whose names were familiar around or Just relaxir.K In some quiet
Island one of How York's Unesl the cricket grounds at Empire spot
0JLf# M0HHII S
mss
\it\< \n: sr.\Tio\nm
Unfortunately Barbados is built up in
many, other places besides Bridgetown, and vM 'with the bathing
_ ... ii i . j (-*!-.;. ""'mes of boih ladles and gentl
Speightstown. Holetown and Oistins.
where the 20 miles per hour speed limit
is normally observed In the area for
example which extends from the Paynes
Bay Fish Shed lo ihe St. James automatic
telephone exchange a speed of more than
20 miles per Hour is at all times danyer-
-aous to human life Yet 30 miles per hour
'is permitted within this distance. The
"road-hog" of course thinks nothing of
doing 55 miles per hour on this stretch or
anywhere else and on Monday morning
the driver of a hired car almost was
rcjgponsible (or causing what might have
been u very ugly accident merely because
he was travelling at 35 miles per hour
in than w:'.s safe
resorts, with it* old dun coloured Queen's Park and Kensington.
wave* heaving ai d Inert in all the
day. But * m it of I
1<1 see up and di>w was
... a solid crowd
which hardly K/i room lor thos.
wlto wanted lo waul about a bil
Beach umbrellas, in every aOstMn
la, dotted the brown sand [
nan. in variety and brilliance of
colour. There were all kinds of
figure* and styles of bathing out-
fits as well, and at fixed laitervahi
along the beach alert I>lfgiiiird>
tehiul eyen on those who
rroll-ked in the -urf. Perched on
I si...... .iixiut inn tall the guitr.'
not only blew his whistle when a
would Ih* swlmmrr ventured too
far, but he also blew when he
. iiigM aama t< ddler who had
strayed from Its perflnti m fi lenoa
He lifted the Uttl 'me Up to his
high feat and Ihen held liim up
for all lo see as he tooted Jpud
and long. Then mother, dad at*
rimtlfi would icdinper up
ind all was well
At the cricket match Barbados
ln*i v. Jamaica In a keenly ton-
te ted fixture at the Randall
island stadium. Tne small scores
Th, stretch between Paynes Bay Fish- are no indication of the spirit and
feeling with which the game was
One of the latest pictures of
Ike" Elsenhower, the Hepub-
lican candidate allowed him asleep
In a plane Kb) flat was clenched
and the text of the picture read.
"Even in his sleep Elsenhower
tveal.* Ins determination to smush
the Democrats in Washington."
Another picture, this time of
BAKNKY Mil I \K
shed nnd Ihe St James telephone ex-
ilian is only one of many sti'
Barbados where N|>.'cds ought lo be re-
duced to 20 miles per hour. The erect! n
of simple discs with the figures "20" is all
that is necessary.
To reduce speed on the roads of Barba-
ikno.
il and in which
well-
into another _
vhich included nonv itarbadians
vho were holt-
standard baarcr. shows him sit
ting with legs crossed. The sole
of one shoe is plainly visible and
In the centre of It is a hole. The
reading under this picture said
that the Governor of Illinois had
worn out his sole carrying hi*
maangsi to the people.
The pace of the campaign gath-
ers momentum each day and
Elsenhower seems to be gaining
ground by his forthright approach
and speeches to all sections of
the nation. He hf* r-et a precedent
fop. Republican candidates by in-
vading the south long regarded
** unshakable stronghold of
**>* Democrats. He had a rousing
reception at every stop he made
and his camp reports satisfaction
nt the result* of bat tour.
Stevenson, once culled "the un-
willing candidate" seems to be
taking a slightly less strenuous
course, and his speeches are couch-
ed In langua.e more ornate than
.tk.rtn- Ei'enhowerV It is recalled thai
"- when he was being pushed for
figures par.ldpated. Ken this tune student, who were noli- ^Sa^S^^Zm^fS^
UM wsfwesi Indian star daying in Ame.ica. They had come Sen? "If bTZsible
n from Jamaica led his in from thc Unive slly College ,hj p>$irw rnc ' *
colo.ys team which Included of the West Indies in Jamaica, Bul ho , g^ny, qullp Vilhni;
:. I s Minders who was a member praiseworthily to have n look at t(> ma|,e thc bid for "the cup."
of llio Jamaica team to Barbados things outside the West Indies. rvrn |f nc joe* not always seem
i.ilier this year, and a useful all- Mies* Warfg Mlfa Austin Clarke. !l( h_ enjoy inn thr effort
:.under named Headley. Not daughtar of Mrs Ruby Archer- .
licn-ge though. The Barbados *'i ( I'sittons lh:i. St. Michael i aw ihA morrh im Fttth
do. to 30 miles per hour Is an objective .....",,,% Shirle, Gill, the ami Hi. Pat !.,., d.,uhiw or a,.,,^ wncn in. L,i
I ne and Barbados left hander, Mr .1 (\ Hope of the sjimc locality. Legion held their convention |i
..i.l Included I'harles Alleyne, Both these young Indies are pur- u,e (jity a few days ago and hi
- mour Beckles. Errol MUUngton suing an arts course at the Uni- certainly rnjoved the music and
rmpire and Barbados left-hander, ver.uly and told r.e that they are the crowds He smiled and waved
l-eroy Crichlow cf nble tennis thoroughly enjoying the Ufa
I fame, and little I/iuls Brown who
used to open dm liuiGuni for
Krnpire and the O^.C. W.I. U"tversitv was also present Wll, ontf commcI1i from ,np itand
T1.e game, a << ie-innlng* affair and told me that all the student and all agreed that he is makim;
I was a personal triumph for lads had buckled down and set- n great fight of It.
ISJiunders who took 8 wickets for tied in to the interesting routine Come November 4 Election
15 runs to dismiss Barbados for 56 of the college life. He told mc Day. America is promised onaaf
-fter they had put out Jamaica that "Champ" Alleyne, .mother ir grandest, keenest fights is**
which can hardly be attained so long as
thj) motorist regards breaking ihe speed
limit as no crime. That many motorists
do so regard the breaking of. the tpee't
limit Is evident from the practice of *urn-
ing on headlights as warning signals when-
ever policemen a:e discernible
The argument that headlight dimming
is legitimate because it is by way of an
added warning lo the motorist not to
exceed the speed limit is specious because
U ignores the fact that the motorists so
warned habitually exceed the speed limits
and only reduce speeds when in the neigh-
bourhood of police.
The posting of 20 m h. and even 15
miles per hour signs in several built up
villages along highways would ensure U)8
obseivance by "road-hogs" of a safe speed
limit at least along those portions of the
highway where overspeeding always en-
dangers human life.
msroAsinii.iTv
MR. E. S. THOMAS in an addfess to the
education section of the British Associa-
tion in ltd fast last week made certain re-
marks about the training of backward
children in the United Kingdom which
might have some application to local edu-
cation.
Mr. Thomas has discovered that he
had to relinquish even benevolent dicta-
torship in the classroom and lhat he had
to share the whole administration of the
class with the children and be willing to
enter more into their lives and to allow
children a measure of entering into hia
own life.
"We often fall to realise." said Mr.
Thomas, "how very fully we could assist
the maturation of our pupils if only we
gave them ample opportunities to carry
suitably devised burdens of responsibility.
We learned in our silent periods (during
which pupils and teacher wrote down
their thoughts on certain subjects) to
create responsibilities no matter how
trivial from ihe adult point of view, so
thai every child could feel himself a vital
part of the community life of the class."
Whether Barbadian children are back-
ward or not need not concern us: but no
one can deny that the last characteristic
by which the average Barbadian school
child could be known is the possession of
a sense of responsibility. This absence of
a sense of responsibility may be directly
traced to the system of benevolent dicta-
torship which characterises almost every
department of Barbadian life and which
begins in the schools.
Perhaps the introduction of silent peri-
ods and other aids to self-expression and
the exercise of original thinking might be
more widely practised in our schools, and
might be more beneficial than streaming,
grading, intelligence tests and all the
modern methods which are used to re-
duce children to stereotyped patterns.
-..*., ... w* .. ,.... ..j ...: ,(. enmit nc -nvlc.1 ami v..w.l
thoroughly entoyitig Hie life at ut the onlookers but looked every
ihul centre of learning. Mr. Colin inch tha .ldl"r that he I*. "He
lione i-ats brother, also at the won l>efore and he can win again,"
?8
A voungster, Adrian Foster scholarship
>ed for lombcrmcre in Ma I k
vlnner was also
staged fo:
White House.
residence In iht
Our Readers Say;
Cultu
\Tonin
To the Editor, bag Advocate.
origin. There was then no ques-
tion of predominant negro influ-
ences In Spain, since the Mi
Kindly permit mo to state some
of thc aspects of ihe case which
arouse my intense opposition.
The argument that wo must
keep ep with Trinidad and
SIR.Der Fuehrer, unlike Mr. Mt nH negroes. So. everything Jamaica is, I think, so much mi-
" ehievous humbug. That was the
main plea put forward for reduc-
ing the retiring age of our senior
public officials to 60 years, and so
DOW Vfi have an increasing num-
ber of such gentlemen, sound in
body and mind, forcibly rUntd
on two thirds of their Income or
else looking for additional jobs.
and the island has to pay their
pensions and the salaries of their
successors, and uffer thc loss of
::i>pktnsqn, Is suffering from wril- "Latin Is really African in origin
cramp, he asks me to say how j* perhaps the "heresy" which Mr.
much ho enjoyed parts of this Hupkinson could not disclose to
tentleman's article in your Sun- yur readers In hi* letter last
-Uiu Adrocatr of Ulh September, week The Fuehrer recommends
The Fuehrer ..frees with Mr. *">' el.menUry study of hlslorv
liupkinson that it Is lo be regret- and anthropology instead of
en thst the work of painters, "Othello", this will help Mr. Hop-
sculptors, authois and poets In the kinson to avoid his display of
dilti.'h West In'ltes should show half-baked thcorn
anv Influence of the detestable -.. .
OrUlsh culture. The Fuehrer un- ..'.'"' rueh.r"..ardently hopes
,tertand< that the work of Picasso, ,^' T^T ^ n '' 5""E 8 m "perience and skill they gained
Moore and the Haitian "n|Wp,I "d'an composers will during their vrnrs
111 not entirely unknown n,vollu!l "lb^itn,ai ^e music
in your West Ind.a islands. So. aJ*u- J.***}***?...?
during their years of service.
The proposal is not for a per-
Jhetels some hope for revolution- ,um;"'n- f '. however, ccvitage of increase, but for the
an- painting with the tvplcsl f.bUgcd to **,ini oul lhl *0 of DOVlll.lSG of Ihr'afCR*. pay,
. ....... these composers arc not claimed from /'" *
n.1%
has."
that life in these ujrts
by "Germany und Scandinavia".
since Sibelius was born in Finland
I My Fuehrer was especially im- and Trhalkowsky in Russia, and
lliv-sedtv Mr. Hopkiion's scorn although Schumann was born In
t.i I detestation of religion. Saxony, he would not have passed
his sweeping statement inc Aryan test with such a name.
I which labelled puritans and be-
' llevcra in original sin "moral hum- N" lover of poetry Is the Fueh-
bU| The Fuehrer found that r.-r-Goethe. Sohille
there were also other sorts of exceptedso that he cannot ap-
humbugs. picciate Mr Derek Walcc'.t's lines.
During the Fuehrer's control of which, when t
the Fatherland, your readers will '">" M
II that an attempt was made
there to control nnd direct public
taste in art. literature and music
Such a step ha- met with greater
success in the U S.S.H., with Its
more advantageously situated con-
thi
lator
not claimed from S100 to $200 per mowMi f,
Ihe rank and file membrrs. a"d
much taru-r total sums for fhe
"ficials. At this rate our Lagtl-
lature will soon become one of
the major items In llu
anfual expenditure!
Membership in the Assemblv i
Tor the majority of the gentlemen
ri Wagner only a "part-time job", and com-
paratively small an afternoon
once a week and an occasional
Jated into Ger- Committee. Also of course a cer-
ike more sense lain demand on their lime for
they do in English, but this sludv of Bills and Subjects. But
be the result of a good trans- this Is something all public-spini-
ll, citizens have to find time for.
or let movement up or down, go
My Fuehrer is surprised and bv default
ired to learn that "the West
centration camps. Even Shostako- Indies needs prophets", for with In the ens. of most of the Mem-
vich, the Soviet com pose r-laure- Mr. Hopkmson and the peripatetic hers thetr duties as such do not
ate was once officially dropped meddler* from U.N.O^ the sen-,u*ly Interfere with their busi-
when his music . considered bv Caribbean Commission. Colonial nesa oi Income othaiwlaa. In fact
Stalin to be >.tit-bnurgeaaY. So. OftUe. IVvclopment t. WHfm .iblv not anpre-
thosv who do not appreciate thr It"' British Council, as will as clably at nil This of course dOM
Calypso "ought", as Mr. llopkia- rewdenl Social Welfare Offleeii! not apply to th< "Prime Mi
son says, "in be killed wlthsaff and top-heavy Secretariats in nnd his colleajtues on the Execu-
hesltation, for they sre among our every respect tha future of the live CnmmNlec. and they should
greatest enemies." West Indies should be known be given prope* cniu.lderation At
The Fuehrer would be glad if any rate there used to be ufl-
Herr von Ribbentiop. at one Mr Hopklnson with his wide rlent gentlemen willing to give
time our Ambassador lo the Court knowledge could inform Mm who their services ii the House for the
of St. James, oner related to the recommended the Barbados Gov- pitKir food as they conceived ii
------nt to buy land at Clinketfs? and the honour; and prtibaMv
i the Fuehrer's greetings (here are still such gentlemen (or
'ne, ladles) not far away.
In the name of Kultur,
EVA BRAUN HITLER. should be emphasised that
there is a crowd of schemes call-
Ihiuhlnl /* For tf.C.P'*. ita for publ.c 'reatment and ex-
rend-'ure and the House Is vertlnc
To fhe fAtior, thr Advocate. money all the in-'' and still not ;
ulcrs. no doubt, handling many urgent needs;
r notice of this new and particularly unemployment ay)
unexpected aiiaek upon our small 'he nee .tv nnd hnme-;
lih work The Oxford Cossp"ir>ii ilnnuclal resource* Indeed two ' and'ar emigration. Two
lo Mustc (193B Edition). of them have already voired their young men have been at my door
oTotent ami distress in your this week-end with pitiful pleas I
Herr von Rlbtwntrop also men- Readers Say" columns, and I am 'or hett. tone almost frantic). [
Uoned "the tragi-comical situation jure they represent a large com- having women and children, ami1
of a man unable tg throw a ten- pnu Hava .i any rortimcnt Ol evicted for arrearv of rent. BOd
ant out of his own house", which advice to offer' nothing to earn1 to feed the
dated in backward Britain from broken up families, rone back to!
the unfortunate 1S14-18 War \.u- To me. as a poor person strug- their old people M ucmbling in
der the name of Rent Restriction gling to make ends meet In a very debt.
:. way, the nroposvl looks like I could gar more, much more: '
Fuohrel snly tOM- an extraordinarily HlBsh step the proposal shoefct me. But be-'
nounce hU so IfkUfleTOftl lo Iha nOads of ron tha fa al de-ision Is isken
hnn oi rice rrrsc. Iha nntcroiis unen hould not a public meeting of
tehrer*s dtaCUM suffering people protest be called? Is there no'
Fuehrer Ihe quaint habit English
Music Hall comedians, revue ano
C'.li.irct ai'tr'i r'..i.i Dj ffllMng Btl
and singing songs aboul
and persons in the news
Some of these mercilessly lam-
pooned the Fuohrat in most scan-
dalous terms Wc. of course, did
not realise thai this was . form of
art In the British dnl*>ean. And.
we could no- Ind the word
"Calypso" In that ignorant llrtl-
by fcKNtST ATKINSON
STH1CTLY speaking, and to a considerable |
extent in practice, Britain's Trades Union 5
Council is efetasrhed from a Labour Gov-
ernment as much as from a Conservative
Oirthainilallll It must seek to exercise pres-
sure on behalf of ii> cuiiMitutent unions and
their members, upon whatever government
may be in power.
Likewise it has come to be expected of it
that it will seek to foster the national inter-
est and will urge right actions upon its sup-
porters even though those actions may
chance to be part of the policies of action of
a Government with which it is not supposed
generally to be in sympathy.
Thus at thle (recent Trades Union Con-
gress the Council has taken lines on, for ex-
ample, rearmament und economic policy
generally which wore unpopular with con
ible parts of the rank and file and at
the same time could not but be approved by
Um Conservative Government.
But the trade union movement is closely
linked with the Labour Party, and. though
formally il is detached from whatever gov-
ernment may be in power at any particular
time, in fact Labour Governments are more
congenial to the trades union movement
than are governments of any other political
complexion.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
One or twopossibly a few moreCon-
servative Members of Parliament receive
linancial support from trades unions. (The
political funds of the unions are on a vol-
untary basis). The same unions almost cer-
tainly support Labour MPs as well. But at
thi last General Election, of the six-hundred
nnd thirteen Labour candidates, one hun-
dred and thirly-ninc were sponsored by
trades unions, and of the two hundred and
ninety-live Labour candidates djlected, one
hundred and live received some financial
support from trade unions.
Of the twenty-five elected members of the
National Executive Committee of the Labour
Party, eleven are in the Trade Unions' Sec-
tion, whose members are sent there by their
respective unions. They represent a power-
ful body of opinion at the Labour Party Con-
ference^that for this year is shortly to be
held at Morecambeand in the general
working of the Party throughout the year.
Another important body exists to harmon-
ise thc views and actions of the main ele-
ments of Labour and trade union opinion in
the United Kingdom; the National Council
ol Labour, which lust year held nine meet-
ings. This is composed of representatives of
the Trade* Union Congress, ol ihe Labour
Party and of the Co-operative Union. Labour
Members of ihe House of Lords and the Edi-
tor of the Daily Herald also attend. The
major activities of all constituent bodies
are reported upon at thc meetings and there
are important discussions on broad topics
of general interest to the. movement.
The trades union movement in Britain is
thus closely linked with the Labour Party
and with the established democratic insti-
tutions. There have been in recent years
attempts to prompt the trade unions to take
industrial action to achieve political ends.
Now and again even some important men
among the trades unions' leadership have
ur.iH'd that if this or that action is not taken
by the government of the day the unions'
attitude should be reinforced by strike
action.
CONDEMNATION
But that is not the doctrine to which the
trades union movement as a whole sub-
scribes. Early this year the National Coun-
cil of Labour, for "example, with its repre-
sentation of the Trades Union Congress.
passed ;i resolution which said that it "ex-
presses in strongest terms its condemnation
of the attempts now being made by irrc-
it Ic elements to persuade trade union
lits to lake industrial action in order to
achieve political ends.
"Such action in addition to threatening
the economy of the nation is in itself a direct
challenge to the supremacy of our establish-
ed democratic institutions. The campaign
which is being organised: under thc pretext
of protesting against the actions of the
present reactionary Government, is in fact
part and parcel of a world conspiracy to
undermine the industrial power of the
nation and to weaken its insistence to totali-
tarianism.
"The National Council of Labour there
fore calls upon all members and supporters
of the Trade Union, Labour and Co-opera-
tive movements of Britain to do their utmost
to strengthen all three wings of the move-
, ment so that they may emphasise, through
cotnrtttuttonal channeuT, the lcqitimate aspir-
ations of the British people/
In that statement there is a classic exam-
ple of the way In which the sound and or-
thodox trade union mind works, Then- is
criticism of the Conservative Government,
expressed in no friendly terms. But there is
out and-out condemnation of unconstitu-
tional methods and those who inspire them.
ESTABLISHED CHANNELS
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Per Yard SO" $5.04
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for colourful
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TROPICAL DESIGN
auf
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Duce about the Latin
ithc<
nunin ai
II
Italy. Th
hearing that Uu* Moors were nun regard for the generj!
Afti-ans but Arab and Berber in fara:
md Ished at Mr. Vaughan preser'
Fuehrer tioc* not recall thought h- had It
' r p
Sept 15 !2
There is a more recent example of the
trade unions habit of working through es-
tablished constitutional channels. Thc Lab-
our movement, and considerable parts of the
trades unions, oppose the plans of thc Con-
servative Government to undo the national-
isation of the iron and steel industry and of
parts of the transport industry. Th..* General
Council of the TUC in fac: showed Itsedl un-
willing to take on a task that the majority
of thc unions forced upon it. but by way of
I aboor'a intentions and prepar-
ing material for th< " 'or
the next Getierel Klection, thc flenernl Coun-
cil was instructed to prtj .. for
the "extension of social ownership
democratisati'.-n of nationalised Indir
A few have spoken v n the
' wav. or other subject and called for more dirvi"
," 1o "-v lnrl But that is not III favoured
POOR MAN. b>' tne steady majority of Bnt-sh opinion of
the Left.
SPm*i9
QUICK LUNCH
Mlnerd Steak
Bail Bread
ssssiisa
Ham
K un-All Psrk
Haddock
Carr*s Crsrkera
Anchor Butlrr
Anchor Chre*>, Pke.
I r../r,-. Vea/etsMes
WINES
Dry Sack
Harvey's Sherry
BerncasUe
Chartrease
Hold Braid Ram
Make mine s Gain
try It with Anchor Cheese
FOR DINNER
Leg Lasnb
Shoulder Lamb
Chickens
Docks
Turkeys
Turtle Soup
Clam Chowder
Red Cabbaae in Una
Green Cabbsfe In tins
Cut Means In tins
Green Ksle to tins
He In* Peas
Canadian No. 1
Table Potatoes
Cyprus Onion*
JUST ARRIVED
Hams 1W each
Hams 21b. each
Hams 8 lbs. each
Craven A. Gigs.
2s* and SSs
Rensrn A Hedgea
70s and as*
G0DDARDS
I Oil THEM. !
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1MZ
BARBADOS ADVOCATF.
PAGE FIVE
Vestry Decide To Petition Legislature
LEGAL OPINION SOUGHT Moneka Unloads Fresh Fruit
BEFORE DECISION MADE
Hand-caru were bui>- yeter- Ibf RiiM-> !I. it* Si
tUy ntuitK the wharf. This was Giviia.ij ami <.eure.eio.
due to the arnva. uf the motor niiht Afrni r.n the BsoJ**-* in
.essel MamtkM whiiti tarn* Into M< An tin A Co.
port from Domini.:), fa .urn.. u Ltd.
THE CHRIST CHURCi' VESTRY un a G-5 majority
Mtardaj .levied to pttitiOL the U^slature lur author- *" 'SSH^'tSKZ ""
rty to eonaputa The .>*nsum ot their former Poor Law In- J,^, M i iwult. the untSdini of "ACE "*SE-
spec tor, Mr. Ronali Eversley to include five years service ihu comiiiodi.y required the
previous to his 23 years of unbroken service.
LIFE AND TIMES OF
CLENNELL WICKHAM
MR P A HOYOS. MA, Senior History Master
i i .J a paper on "The Life and Time* of
: Wiikha.it", at a meeting held at the Barbados
Press Club on Wednesday night.
the
L*aal opinion on the matter
had been sought by the Vestry
from their Solicitors. Their so-
licitors informed them that the
pension to be computed from the
unbroken service was in order,
but they would have to get au-
thority from the legislature if
they wanted to take the other
Potts Made
Curate Of
Cathedral
vices of hand-carts,
of the waterfront
blocked.
LOADING DAERWOOD
That part
purua'.!> ;
unbroktn
H. St. G. Ward. C Kill,
ford. C. Ward. V Cl
Mrs. H. A. Talma.
H. Games. J. "websi
Gittens.
InjiiMire
When the S.S rUnU-r ..irivetl
port yesterday morptng, it had _t
i board two race horses. They SB. jwepH nuunrl-t p :
.mi, \l.;,' .'..*" ,i brown colt,
which was imported from Eruf-
- land to Join the stables of Mr.
The work of loading DM aarfO M I R. bourne, aud the black
ot the moloi vessel Daerwood nily -Jinx" which is consigned "o
also called for hand-carts, as they the Barbados Turf Club,
were seen delivering it*ms thai
made up the cargo of the vess-'l. Otlttr cargo i-ort*r*iet1 of 2.000
These Items included soap, bi- bags of Portland cement. 89 keg;> F*,r weather and quiet seas
ting of the Appoint- "*"". *"d baskets of pottery 0f p,m, M cam of red ww, *LF* '"vourablt to sei-eg- divers ^T^^aJfJ*""*
and 350 cantatMn of milk ul "Vnn* ,np *-" lwo **. * "n b*,or "nd
Magnesia. Other cargo Included * ??* >V in
chemical laboratory apparatus,
refrigerators, footwear, pertumrrv.
hardware, shredded wheat, btcy-
eles, lubricating ml. ootbM) P**8
goods, motor car spares, m<*dli
Sea-Eggs
Plentiful
Mr. John Berates. M.B.E.. was
-hairtnan and among thoM ppaaant
were Mr. D. Hum Mr. N.
Osbournc. Mr. P. A. Brathwaitc.
Mr F. L. Wakett. M.C.P.,
Mr. B. A. McKcrale. Mr.
J C Hopr, Mr T. L. Cozier. Mr
C Huulumun, Mr. J M Hewitt.
Mr. O. S Copptn, Mr L A.
Lynch and Mr V T. McComle
Mr. HuyM spoke lint of th.
AS a leader of ulF.nlsed labour
'i Guiana Labour Union
was the llrtt organisation of Its
kind In the British Colonial
five years into account. hum utiu. is nimasii .?, - i -.. - .%- ,.-
After the motion was carried At a meeting of the Appoint- cult., and baskets of pottery of paint. 50 caaea of red wine. favourable to sea-egg dlvcra ^"Vl, "*" f . iuIS
lor approaching the Legislature, menu Committee of th Anglican, carefully packed and 350 contain. i> of milk of during the pel two ee*a. At * ,., ~'u. JV,ih..i. i ihi
Mr <5. Drayton asked that the Church ycslerda?. the Hevd. H. A The DacrwoX left port vester- Magnesia. Other cargo includ.l bay "> *>> SSs^SLkVaSlSllStSSS
votmg be rMOTdad. Those, who Polls. M.A (Cantab) wa, appoint- da, evening for St. Lucia. St. chemical laboratory .pp. were brought In. I*
voted for approaching the LegU. ed Curate of the St. Michaels Vlnc-ent and Aruba refrigerators, footwear, perfumery. '^,,KSKWZl!aSS,.^TSL..ie..i
lature to get In. previous five Cathedral. The S.S. Lady gMdliey slcam-d hardware, rtredded wheat, btcy- A"hn"h ?-*? ,rp Plentlfu .
years added to the 23 year, of Thc Revd. PotU. S5. 1. the son ">'> P* yesterday at noon from .C^Sm. 'ft^^LasSUl? sharx
"c J!?' ' a "' h""<<"- ><> did S1- LT:"' W"h ,""" ,"? goods, mole, car spares, medic,..e ,'..5" varruua eu^iSSSS oinih E"""r*-
; Kneincrln, before entering Cam- general cargo to.^ the island nd ,. w.reVa'uth. drt, ,h. p.,, liek ThelWurer thenpad
"<> Mdite University where he did There were 12 paoengers landing ______ - frinTth, induslrlal to the ,.lllie.l
nsl were "''"'">' ,nd - stll.H ITOr.s EXAMINATIONS. b0 of poUtoe.. tl boxe- and the motor vessels Blur Ktar a- J w r,,,,,.,,^, yMuwrfay. Tho of Domlnl.-a and T A Marryshow
" 15 crates of fresh fruit. 31 con- Velvet Lady ,, ere discovered of Grenada, for special mention
tainers of ptjnuls. 50 esses of umbrellas because of the MIL |,y a number of youngster, em- Mr. Itaytja thru m.iu on to
Mr Drawain aaU lhal ih.r. laMiidT" i^dT* TTTT <" 50 bundles of smoked her- These clerk.-. w*ra Joyed by thl. plantation, and .how how democratic movement
would ri 3Sn, " .Rustic!. Jo of M1.7 M E. SZuSFTiS?. " ronl.iners of w......... all ,1 T.............1 o! lb. lum- .,k , ,.: n.,.1 Barb-do, some thirl
the Vestry of 23 years ago who ant Legal Draughtsman.
Tho Solicitors' Examinations
were held in the Assemb.y Room
lilt,?. -^ lUlimbnin tn ^.^...^.._ .. Tj* --- - "-----
ASS,sl" footwear and one Chevrolet Sta- ber also kept port-r
tion Watxm. ber yardl working st.
had suspended Mr, Eversley
from work if they th-n tried to Mr C. A. Rocheford of the
add those five years to the other "rn of Messrs. Hutchlnson \
23 years of unhruken Kervice. llanfield. Solicitors, look his Pre-
Mr. Victor Chase said that the iimin-iry Examination, and Mr.
Vestry by employing Mr. Evers- L. T. Farmer look his Interme-
ley a second time, hnd condoned diate.
rnything he might have done.
Mr. Eversley had nerved the OAD BEING KE8URFACUJ
pariih for many year* and they ------:---------;-----
should do justice by their em- Sometime ago motorists com-
ployces. Thev should make their Pernod about getUng bumpy ride*
greatest efforts to see that those "long the road opposite
people who were entitWI to cer- Mr' Eneamey's garage.
tain consideration Kot It. _. .... .
Mr. Harry Ward Mid that thev The surf ace of that road U being
should rather err on the side of ,nk*'n nff and workmcn nr* hard
charity than rigidnesc. nl work tr.vini to put It In work-
Mr. Drayton sniri that when inR on,ei n*ain. Most heavy duty Institute was established four years
Mr. Eversley had been aiked to v. Jim l.-s u*e Iho road and have ago. During the first two year'.
rtata his age. but had not done caused mos: of the damage done, students were prepared for a
o but had resigned, nnd they ,.-. ^ standard which would quality
did not know whether there TURT,i: them to hold local certificates. But
"Z. _.,------------ ^ _, *incc then it was decided that
runic was on sale at the market students In the Internal Combus-
(Sterdiy morning. Most house- tion Engineering classes and those
1 the
adily.

Technical Students Hard Al
Work For Examinations
STUDENTS of the Technical Branch of the Barbados
Evening Institute are hard al work for their City and
Guild examinations about the middle of next year Mr.
D. W. Sayers, Dean of this Branch of the institute taid yes- bl!11iv engaged la making prepar. Mr. Hoyo. .poke at some length
tcrdav. About 20 of the ,2 students of the Senior class at'ons ror the next yeai-s cane- on 1~K",c.J^.'nn'" w,kham
will then be taking the final stage of the City and Guilds f^>*Z"T^ '"f'J.r: IT. tricSi ~ -"-
I the mer told the "Ad- |(> forty years ago. He sook<
vocate" that while they were en- of Dr. Jabei DttoO and tin
gaged In digging out a stone they Barbados Ttmes'* and of Ar-
ebme upon a smoking p:pe about Ungton Newton tM '
18 inches long. They Kept (fKlina
ovend two smaller pipes Then he came to the Barbados
ne unnus and In eon- Herald and K* *",d,,, S "I"
tinning the digging they saw the Clement Innlss and C lennell Wlck-
skull and bones. A similar ease ham. To lnniss and Wtckham as
was reported m Cambridge re- '> Charles Duncan O Neale he
cenllv attributed the remarkable poltli-
cat change that came over the
Engineers al almost every Wand In iho period following the
sugarcane factory are at present first World War.
examination.
The Technical
would be allowing for yearn
which he would not l>e normally
entitled to
Mr C. Brandford said that the ^mW^JTm^
suspension of Mr. Eversley at the, "j" werc "ble
time, was nuite sultlcient punish- q iT*
menl for 'anything he might have
done, and to deny him his full
pension then would be punish- no*> and PP>ri
fnr him twice. business, as a fair
There are 42 students In tho Junior Class.
Branch of the
Journalist On
Caribbean
Tour
For relief lnim
ASTHMA
one unall tablet acts
qukfdy and effectively /
'|\'l!: Uphaaooc treatment for Ailhma It to
*- iimpk, so quick, so effective Al you do la
vw-illow one mull uMet, and relief atarts almost
inin:.J>jt:!y. Ephasone containi Krcral healing
nan which are rtkascd o rearbing the itemach
and tUtt to J..o!\c ibc gcrm-ladcn accumiilatioru which congest
the bronchial tubes.
ncaliy balanced prestwraUon brings the boon of easy
r:*s.h.:ijj, and hai th; sddilioaal advantaSatc uf ufcguardinf the
m'c.d from the dread of tame sudden nerve-racking nnilaugha,
I ul fear wha Ephsznne tahleti arc lo hauJ!
assjrijssj ro iniect, ..thing 10 IgMt, Hphuooe has
... IkofaChuh and HiTMchial Caiarrh
*Ua-Ji pn>i>Mily kc.m^>i toe--U.i W .in k hai Jonr lot others.
t van do for you'
(OR ASTHMA AUD ttOHOtn'M TAKE
awmiKD.
Ml/'
A g. BUVCfv, 1 S0.i1 I
ro. ci ,m. i>i4|stoi

course of his
laid down; while at others moro remarkable career and ImljcaWg
building, ar* being erected. gj iwgtlg^,,* tb. down-
That "Women should have A| th# enQ ot lhe |wtutr qoes-
e.jui.1 sUnrtmg iih man" will bo ,,,., ,.,,. .,,kt.,, by Mr. J. M.
ibjecl of debate at the tTr.it- i"wVt Mr K A- McKenzie, Mr
T.' McGonU and the chalr-
ho were shopping in the in Electricity should be trained u
get their to the requirements of the exam-
inations of the City and Guilds of
The turtle seller has been going London Institute,
round the streets for some weeks
I .11)- of Accommodation
When the first term of this
fourth year started. 180 students aalne. am
applied for entry. Mr. Sayers said. two-day
vv I
doing
. turtles
M*BJ 8I*I
quantity
Mr. Horace Sutton. Tra
Editor and Feature Writer of the
Halurday Review mul Kewe Msi-
ed hero gtsjttJrdKj on
lall to gather Informa-
ed S C. Room on Thursday. Sep-
tember 2\ beghinlng ut 7.13 p.m.
Leading fhe Piopo-it ion w ill he
Gladstone Downei.. while Hubert
.small will lead the Opposition.
They will be >upporled by Ivan
Welrh and Lionel Stuart, respec-
- i
vole of thanks to the lee-
I then moved by Mr. O. S
Exceeded Speed
Limit, Fined 3:
Appeah
The Vestry appointed thel
Chairman. Rev Mnndeville, Mr.
Talma, the Churchwarden, and
Mr. Illll. the Senior Guardian, ax
their Coronation Conn
the parish In connection with
> lebral ons l"t- the c
Her MAjagte Queen Eli'ahiHh II
Mil Lionel O. Gittens. Organist
and Choir Master AT Christ
Church Pariah Church has noti-
fied the Vestry that he will re- ,, my
%**2L onc,,obpr S ,ni* ycar,. Acting PoUce'MagisYraie of" Dls- examination of the City and
,, T1?\ YP 7 Y*"? *rict "A" yesterday fined Marcus G""s of I^>ndon Institute exam-
Rarutal Mandevtlle lieins oprwint- Morri, j Peicrkins Land St. Ination. Five of the nine students ..
ed as the new organic: and choir Mil.hu(?, 3 for drivtni 0 mt)tOT gained second class passes, but so th*. 18th October to coincide
master at the same salary a* Mr. ,,. on C^X RoiV St (ar tlu- mullj of the class In dw- * Travel Atftnti C-on.Oo
Olttcns received. $90. MicLcl at JO nui per 'hour lr,clty havt> no1 beon "Wived. which will be held in Miami Ot
The Vestr>' granted Mr. FYed Tb(. (, 1(mil on tn^ rotd ^ The minimum educational quail- October 20. 21. and 22.
Goddard two months leave as 2q miles nor hour Mortis ao- Acations required for entry in this
from the llh of this month. pealed branch of the Institute Is (I) a 7th
The Vestry decided to assl5t the Morris pleaded guilt* of the itandard education plus some
5u.l,dl,n.8 ^Committee of St. ^Ifle but nad ono 7prevlous perir
Patrick's Chapel --"* **' *
but It was regretted that onlv 40 tion on the- general dianeav and
could bo accepted due to lack of UmrM facilities of the Island, tU
accommodation as well as lee- It the guest uf the Barbados
turers. Publicity Committee, mm |
It was during this term that ,ng at the Oe-enn View Ib-tel
junior students were promoted to
intermediate classes. Mr. Sutlon's visit to Oarh-ilus
Nine students from the Senior i% p!in of a 1wo.Week tou.
Internal Combustion hng.neerIng Caribbean IUndsj In preparatio..
class and eleven from Hie Senior f w-pi-i ,hmii iiu hip Mr. G. B. Grifnth Class. In./.lretricity tOOk *m Part "J "mJJJS!, TE? C
the chore of which Is lourisni,
.nation. Five of the nine students *nd whi*h will be published on
tn
This edition on the Catibbv^n
HI be distributed to Travel
_ practical motor me- Agents who are coming down b. -
.Jetton. CpY"jonM and Police chanlc, or (2) a School Certificate, fore and ufter the convention
Coftatabla 349 Lirhlev who are v/Hh no experience as a motor me- Mr. Sutton has already
attached to the Traffic Branch chanic Puerto Rico, whichi he thinks ;-
told the court that on June 17 AnrilUry CUaaett making rapid Kmf>. bolh in
heckinii the speeds of In order that the requirements regard to tourist facilities and ln-
motor vehicles on Culloden of the City and Guilds London In- dustrially, St. Thomas, s:
Road and noticed that the de- stitute might be met, it was deslr- Trinidad and Tobago. He Ijavc;!
fendant was driving u motor able to establish ancillary classes Marbados to.niftht by air for Trin-
J .rvv which appeared to be to take care of the deficiencies in idjad where he wlllspend Satur
driven at a fast rate of speed. education of the 7lh standard boys.
They checked the sped and At these classes, Mathematics.
MrurteO by the Vcatn to let Mr. round'.hai i, w0, irBvclllng at Applied Mechanics. Physics and
Gittens cc atv.ud and repair the ,ft ,.cs hourten miles in Chemistry as applied to Internal
organ of St. Bartholomew which cxccg5 of jf,c \imnm Combustion Engineering are
Is bc'rig damaged by rats. It Is taught.
estimated that these repairs will OOMMITTFD TO SESSIONS. Mr. Sayers said that experience
cost SlOt). ----------"-, --^'J : has shown thnt students with 7th
Mr. Draylon sold that planters His Worship Mr. E. A. McLrod slBndard elementary educati
%'ely.
All parsons attending this de-
bate will be allowed to vote, the
Si-cretary of this club told the
Advocate" yesterday.
Now that breadfruits are In
short supply, vendors are sell-
ing them at extremely high prlc-
i -. In sane nstanccs u I i
uhich previously would have
leen sold for seven cents Is now
lelng sold fur 12 cents In St
losepti

rauaa then- la a m
ptovftlons: but they will soon be
iellevee> be- potatoes were
nvnllahle almost every day during
he past we. k. Knrlier in the
; ask*' I f'n nne
pound of, potatoes was live eenta.
I,, V Wcre sold at
four cents per pound.
ttaiher Rescued
From Drowning
While bathing at Greaves End
B ,r!i M-sierday alut 7.15 a.m.
Sil-yenr old shop keep, r Egales-
,.ton laordi- d Bank Hall Cr*i
Road got Into dlulcultlea and
was brought to shore in an un*
icnscUius condition by two men.
TO-DAYS
::.,i h!" up <"l.;.. 5SS
pair their organ.
The Committee approached the
Vestry for aartstanc* and 11 was g" '
agreed that any time ;ifter the we*
middle of Novetr.ber that the
Committee began it- repiurs which
are estimated at S1.00O. the Ves-
ti> arasjlij contribute $500.
The Churchwarden was in-
will
day. and leave by El Presidente,
the direct P.A.A. flight to New
York, on Sunday, arriving th*
same night.
More Direct Service
About
Bar 1 in-l*
VOEttaVA' lUadflfl IaUst
Sugar For Canada
The last shipment of the \9T,2
crop to Canada, 4,600 tons, Is now
U'ltig loaded on the Alcoa Purf-
ia.i
Thl* however. Is not the final
al pnv nt of this year's sugar crop
la i. iva un- Isianrl
Mr. Norman M. Innlsa. Sugar
t"o-ordlnator here said yeaterday
he "does not think the fast shlp-
' ..nl will leave before sometime
in October.*
Hoad, wh day he was said
...ii i.ii'ma
to hi making
liaarliaiiliiiU
llijinioiiil IKiiiU-
IXHIS 1. n\YLEY.
JUST IN TIME
VEGETABLE
SEED-
'SEEDS THAT
SUCCEED'"
air travel lacllitles t.i
from the tJ.S A.. M
iv were organising rat Police Magistrate of District cannot attempt Paper II without Sutton observed thai 'it would
extermination campaigns, and "A" yesterday committed Jnn"* the assistance of the ancillary be a good Idea if Barbados could
other people did little to asalst. Belgrave (36) a labourer of St. cuMges, and as the Institute goes hjrva bmm dtfact M-rvl.e.'
He hoped that a special effort George to the next sitting of the on> no doubt, these ancillary "This," he said, "would ensure
ould be made to get rid of the Court of Grand ^e"*lon,"-nK" classes may have to be exjjanded mIP rummer vHtor:, Hi ret
Drop In Price
plflsj the hotels op-'n lor
church, but i\e will
chaplain.
In yesterday's Issue the Finan-
cial Secretary is rcp aid that Govertunenl li< re-
.iresentations fiom the
IL-rbados Dairy and St'ick "10-
iluccrs' Association and the
A.i- ult'jral Society and eonae-
iiuently the price of Balanced
j.nlmal Feed had been reduced
by I >i cents per pound. The
a a 0llui- "" V"""""/ '"" "1 "** financial Secretary has DO tad
valued '" Trinidad In order to r.et W ,lUl tnQt ^t .eduction in 'ice
rhrTCuVhout the British Empire in Barbados. Such lack of travel waJ due to a drop in the | icr
INQUIRY AOAIN ADJOURNED. ^K^^^ faculties probably residled in a f lhe rnaurlaU involved and
. locally by the Institute, which are considerable low of trade to the was not the result of the r- .re-
Worshtp Mr. _EuA__Mciieod ( vnhird niv hj Barbadot
lats from the church. charge of stealing a R*llRh b[- lo cope with the growing: d*
The Vestry received notlllca- cycle valued at 19 '" ^ ^^n*>f the elementary students. ,g period every year.
tion *f resignation from three of proerty of Gladstone Clarke Whcn sludenls pass the final
their employees and have made The charge stated that the iXago , XM City and Gul ds ex- He ^-.led out that he was try
arrangement* for normal pgy-ctTcnce was committed on' h*P-; nmination. they will have obtained ,llg to book alr puMiage Iron
rrenta of pension. Tht employees tanner 10. Sgt. .Alte>ne.,"I,cJlt2 the total lequiremrnts of the City AnllBua to Barbado. three week.
->t ttrv W n-ih Nurse O 1" Ceatral Police Station pro- am, rj^irfg and will be entitled to h -vrn.llflliv h ,d Kt i
ftrVi^a^dlrTeirKlfrln'^ftri l^** fA^> '" "" <-"''-" "^"?rlf Z^JLS ? Tr ld.7 Z "r, ., .
Parish Church Mr. Lloyd Kelxer. protminary hearing. qualification which
Rev. Dash ha. resigned from
the post of clerk of the parish __
- continue as ,. h, Mr. E. A McLeod -.-^1 -lv"j. Barh.do.
SPECIAL
COFFEE
CREAMS
AT K \ I < II I S
PHOENIX A CITY PHARMACY SODA FOUNTAINS
/.-, *,-,',-,-,-,-,',',',<,
w/-v//#v//.v////-wv/!-oa*
SPECJAIa
STOCK-TAKING OFFERS
5 Only 22 in. WOOD JOINTER PLANES;.
TO CLEARONLY $5 00 EACH.
6 Only SOLO" SPRAYERS
THE OVir-MAV SPBAVFR WHICH S^R^YS ON BOTH THE
UP AND DOWN STROKES. IDEAL FOR TREES. VEGE-
TABLE AND OTHER GARDENS.
$11.00 EACH.
BIkOCAGESASSORTED STYLES AND SIZES
PRICES FROM $477 TO $9 24
fleet. Cabbaee. Carrot. C*n-
rumber. Hquaali. Broeroll.
I'-r-i- Onion. Leek. I'ep-
i-i Thymr. and RO other \
kind* of Flower and Vege-
table laaaV
BRUCE WEATHERHKAD
LTD.
Also m
Shop"
THE Mawer
itle (Tab dap "
nu mi
/olio it! no
Oahat S.rew. !! D
itoltr., Cupboan.
v* c. s..,t ningea
ire liare jttsr received
B rluar. Bolts,
heU Fscutcheons,
Buttons, Copper
mm
Key-
Turn-
Bull
"STANLEY" HAM) AM) BREAST DRILLS. SINGLE
AND DOUBLE PLANT IKON.-,. SOCKET FIRMER
CHISELS AND OAUC
HARRISON'S J
Hardware
ial 2364
3142
"A"
Labourer Died
By Misadventure
Police Coroner of District
yesterday further adjourned
ill September 22 lhe inquiry into
t're death of four-year old David
Trotman of B.illins Tenantry. St.
Michael.
David Trotman was taken to
the General Hospital on Aujnist
Death bv misadventure was the 30 suffering from burns but
verdict returned bv a nine-man died the next day there. Dr. R.
jury wlMB tin- mqiiiiv into the B, Simon who performed me
rircumstances mrroundir^ the pml mortesa examination altri-
death ot Daltoti ' buted death lo pneumonia follow-
old lalH-urer of Jaeksm, H , extensive burns.
Coroner of Dbtrict "A" yesterday. n^ j
Clarke was detained at the ('
llene Harvey of Ciapham.
-^n^r^'fCa^nS ESii^^Tl^'S;!
"Tl' on'M^cn'-ro? . SfWCj
about 2.4. p
died the next day. ^n yesterday.
Dr. A. S. Catu who performed "Hancv was also placed .on
the ist iiiorif"! examination on A ^ xhrrt, m0nths lr the sum
AuKUst 31 attributrd death to cere- f3 f0f nstauiiins. and beating
bra] haemotrhaai and fracture of iiU,P on M."-eh 17 whil- she was
the skull Witiie.s told the court vin(,in(t in Ciapham Road.
that on August 20 while th.- ir?nlp Mri c. L. Walwyn
ceased was trving to k.i to the <<_, f.,Pd Hutite 25'- and 17-
right side of U-r lorr. as it was ,, M days w 14 days for |
mo\-ing al Road, he Ku-kguarding on Claph-.m Road.
missed hU bold and fell to the J^fouSch on Vl^rch 17.
road.
He wu taken up anil rarriecl to r\HKKA STOLEN.
the General Hospital where he was
detained.
Injured In Accident
'clalrmonte Corbln of Tweed-
slde Rosd. St. Michael reported
to the Police that a camera wa.
from the residenc.- of
vrarrond at Be-.l ^,r**'
Kenneth Springer of Flat P.ock. sometime '? * ,0
'" "'.""" Wl\c Nurie rMrted tha. hls|
'""' , -- .!;:",N,;.r.,' SJSl **
ing from hea Tc-rfsmher 15 and
., rloth.ng valued at gn.ll
Young of Baxters
out 11.15 a.n .r.h reported that
I her provision
so and stole groceries valued
Springer was riding the motor- at $23 the property of General
cycl. G-152. liader., Ltd.
Killers 4e., 14c. ea.
laradn 4c. 6c., 9c. ea.
Pen Nibs lc. 6c.. gc.. 20c.
School Bars $4.4*, S5.lt. SS.11
eau
Malhs. Sels SI.44 ea.
Compasses 24c. ea.
Dividers 3s. ea.
Paint Boxes I S, 2 -. 5/-. /
ea.
Paint Brushes size 6 16c.. .lie
7. 2Sc.
Pencil BoSM 2/1 3/ 3. 6. ea.
Plaslii ! .11 i ases 3 S ea.
Memo lluiks al 4c., 6c., He.,
15c., Sfc. lllc. ea-
Tounlain Pens 3 Ii, 4/-. 5/- ea.
Hall Piiinl Pens 3 e*.
Ilelills 1/3 ea.
Dip Pens 6t.. 20c.
Pen M'-iii. < 4c. Sc, I e.
Drnuini: Book* 21c.. 30c. ea.
t'olftr Crayon 15c, < ftc.
Shsli linn.! Mots Books 1/3 ea.
Hard Bark Books
3/6 ea.
Hard Back Book* 7/6 oV 2, S
Sinplr- Line Exercise Uook*
13c.
Double I.tnen *i Checkered
Kxercise Book, 14c.
Foolscap Paper 35 Per
Beam or 42c. Per Quire
Erasers 3c 8c. lit., 10c. 15c.
ea.
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12. & 13 BROAD STRFI.T
;=l=~tSt^
GOl \ III sum; POWDER per bo*
Vvrni'V-. Ml STINli roHOKK per box
YMtl'I.Kl'M SMKLLIM. HALTS er betlle ...
V win I vs LAVENDER OIL per bottle ......... .
I'ii'.iis II.Mi LOTION Ke. Cte ml. ............ Jt
nWDBOX *.ll\Mr(Mi Uc. 7Sc. ml .'
1,1 41 i 4 R1 \M ailAMPOO lite. 4c. sail. ........ -*2
DIXI-.N'K SHAMPOO lie. tde. sml. ...............
h\i.o Mi\irun itr. 65>e sml................... -*1
COLOATBS TOOTH PAST! lie. 5Se. ssnl. }
MACLEANS TttOTII TASTE l LISTBBIVE rOOTH PABTB lea, :>4r .-.ml. .
COLO Ml % BR1 KHXI ~^ SHAVING I REAM per tox -
PALMOUV1 BHATtNO CRK*M prr box.....
ir LVSIA Ii \'< I "I \M pep bottle ... M
\ Mtiil V -s .HAVING BOWLS per bowl tM
BEHTm.'!* IHATHVG BOWLfl p-r bowl ... l.M
i' ::s CIKH'OLATE BISCUITS
^r !ln ............... *.
i v A sTALMBBH iei .MiNCi short ur:am
per tip .................... tM
(o.KADE FINE RUM


PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
r*m\V. SEPTEMBER II. IM
CLASSIFIED ADS.
rn rPWONg isoa
I flKVT
HOUMU
t' n noun si
AM ED
HELf
l*nv lor om Office Krov.-
, .neral csfnc* work tieeenarv
Ci W tluichltiaun
S, Co I l<1 IV *M
ISiM~4n
,in wio\ VACANT
Mr.... Cimnfl Seal* !
\aennc lor a faenoeraph. t PrWfUi
eaTpertarafe in la* other Is ctMVOn
Mt riot HMll-l llr. t to 4
SaU>> from M**0 to llM aeeartlnf
to qu.W*"t and nptrlfiw Appi
Ml wrMina In In* ft-Bl UiHinv*.
Lucas Mrarl.
MfMnn
_________________________ i w J
MISCELLANEOUS
vmn K/Ui;
Pil92.lt SAUfii VriWLir \eris
hi. u. ESTATE
AUTOMOTIVE
CAH- Nlvl.rrva.ter Chevrolet Car. in
*" conaition. raoa*. tyre*- Pnrt ||.W
Ape!} Clifton A Roberta. Benerta Mait-
ufacturina; Co Phcane H> or Ml 4
-H M--
Tija .Bore will > M U M iM m
Puhl-- CtmaHC.au an Prtowy Um .af,.
Mr cl Uplrrrbn ISnf *t 1 p m .1 t'ie
"V. Of U>* iNHriMtMI.
CAJUUXCTO-I SEAI.Y.
CAR -On* Ford
trnr driven t.4tt
Owner kaugh' new
Prefect Cat
i '
,r. MB
II
VAXAustin. C O E. S-way ewi
Delivery Van In Bood condition Charlea
Mrfcitnpy at Co. Ltd Call MM
II V U (i.
NARMANVIUj; Slre-m I
I... .i-.,n!-> on 7 acre*. **.. 1 PW
Ul particular, *pplt w w, > v.
NllAUnCaJ*. Alltld Hall 0... Haftf 1U1
U I SaV-in
for uk b
jAibllr cwmpetftiot. * ih. ,, ...,. Ho 11
ELECTRICAL
(JAKHAHK PICKUP AKMS *.iM)
OHM J*t received a limited quar.iMv,
Mil early R C Mafrel Co Ltd
11 IR-lll
apel Sl.->et*
Msaefown. ceniaininf, 4.Ill Square Feet

twmt orxii.wca* lr> A Kelsoek Co ,
a Choice Pharmaci-, and Central
>ndry Limited
pUrlhei fMiIxvit. ; mm Iha Master
Mi
cottij:. cattord a co,
It I SS--n
MECHANICAL
rjci mm -
-ft L.I,.!;!..
Bl*d Rt
I Wayfarer i.e.;.
. .. -
17. IS6n
Mil r.\TIO.\.tl
WATCH OS H> Lualiia ot Rvni'eil'
u.JiinU"! II .ind II Jewel. Call
J I K R II ,i.l. a. Co C4d .nd ae. ...
I i bargain a* Diese line atelie- to
prated to (all II ":-
POULTRY
LODGE SCHOOL
PARENTS AMU UbAHtftANS M
luplla. of the LoUa- *ehoo1 are f-rre^v
....tinea, that ne*l t-"n op#n on Brd nl
^'JtritSppw' enowM* r-4"rn" In Ifm" f>-
Olnnat on the evenirt of Monday nd
s#pi<-nbT
Hesdr-iMler
_____________________________________________________'-"-'
POU1.THV- OlAHTTMlei WH1TT UM
HORN* Pt'l.iJJTs i*o month* old aA
elactod [nli H 40 dellveiy Pet
.1 to Au|un. We daltvat Pool roin
i.rdor* no* oe pa* ut a vw Banaoii
LOiT
FOUND
LOST
PIXW A RAI* of land. be->n*ina to
Ml.. CerT* Waldrortd. Ho^im Vlllaa.
roar Hoell Croat fid Plnder letup" lo
M1a CnrlU Waldroiiat .l-ln
irxrA&ws,
iMKfMS Old liaal Dnuna aulUbla I
arden tuba oe utta>fj* |1.H each. WO
*^--uata Md WabefV-ld. Rt Jnhn n
AaMiralr Stationery
for momws
' Orart rrm.
i --:
MISCELLANEOUS
A BAJtClADfAPa yon palnllnf an-
ihmr? We have 1 lb Una of Pain
oiled on outitd*' at ONLY II -r
.eh o w HtrrcHiNsoN a co
LTD II I .IbV-3-i
CAJI Ajro TRUCK TYROOoodyi
aid ..Ihei makaa IncluoUna M x
SO a 17. S OA-B Ua **-- 00 .
n v a .V M 7. 1 ind I II :
)URTT-*Y OARAOE Dial 4311
rKK*7.KH- -Still a (aw V. gin Praaav
mi bami aold at til M each. mu
filer than nraaant dav nrtcaa Otilalnab!
KVKiiirs LTD II t a* -li
' HAHI noon i


v^kI -nd 13 paacbet m. m
TAOIb MM Rat bed*...<-n J | .-.
(. MaB| and livlnl loon..
NOTKE
TO THE NATIOX OP IAHIMli.<
Vnton
-
I Joaevb. on trie Til', dav o' (Wpl*ii.ix-i
1U at B.--np 4 p tr TO Ua w: .0 i
'nrWnt. to ndt fail ti attend
t SfcAI.Y.
LtMaa atraat I
NOTICE
T.aE flllT fce-J*L'TY SAU3H will
m t-ioaed :li lire.
MtM C. ADAMS.
R MR r, ii.-.'
OFFICIAL NOTICE
laad ...nninm
Hi Mlt* Mark.! and Cliaprl Slieata "*"*
apKai.
BmH

HILLRISE"
ORAtMR nALL T*RAl t
i HkiKTcfi! m'n
Tbe m*d*n ".-.ma
Tnla welt and Bubntr.nllall. hollt aqn:
Mem* atanda on 3J1R aavn. fe-t i i
4nd anatoeedl * ilh an>ll -,
law over .
Ttla howio ronMrna an "p*'i veraiMfoh.
drawlna nd dln.na; room*. IBroa boO-
rf the
m 14
ua'da ara a fbai'
In the baaemai
foio. larasa for (wo car*, net* lewm
tola-room and Uttc callara Tbaie Me
.1:0 thiea ntvanu loomj, arrvant't ban
nd lotlet and a fowl biae llw Uwr.
nd aft.,ut
ma wall I-.id mil w.Ui flow-
erlriaj t.ee. and aRTkaba and tha who -
tauperty la In aairaltan! rapa
l)<*paclal_ _
fUllHIt. CO MM II.
Co., LU Paimaito Straat. aMdsatowi'
Par (Milan lamieulaj* apply to
COTTI-E. CATTURJ) at CO .
17 I 13An HaVrn
KLNNOLL" .it BANK HALL MAL-t
ri.'AJi. ood'a I-andl. a-ilnl Mlcliaal, al..din OR
i.BJ aquaia (eet of land, a pan Ot
hirb If mad at an oretiard.
TM Dwell InRhottaa contolna Oallary.
ilrawmi and Dlnmc nw-ina. Biaaklax
aaM, t b-droon.a (1 wMfc w/aaaU^
Ti-iiin and running W|le*l Pamr, -1""
KUehan * and Uaiial conveniancoa
0"iveinmeiii waUr and nlaclrtclly inalal-
led aarvanaa room In Yd.
Inapcclion oat opplicatton to uia Tai
WtNDtU. CLAHOM OaUffTITtl, PtainUfl
Liar.TI i. IUIA KKAl Y l>er>ndani
IN purauanee of -n Ordor In tbia Court
In tha abava aeUow mad* on the 1Mb
day of Julr. 1M. I ! naaiaa to aj
laraoM bavina an' eauto. n*ht o
interr.t bi or any Han or mcunbranc
:,fl,-,-tiiig all that certain place or parcal
of land allucto at Hotbataal Txmin an
t. pariah Of Saint Michael and laiand
atoraaald contain In* b\ admeadiremcni
l*o tooua or IbaraabouU abutUng and
l.,m-.d .... l*nU low i.< lol- ot M-.bel
t.,natt on landa now or lala of CamUla
^iiwtiford on l-wd* now or lala of
i.oaii l*oi'.- on iinda now or Ut* of
lie Raul* of Donald Clark a nrnaaaan.
and an a road over wlUch (bar* la kjl
it of ay to ine public road or how-
?ver eia* tha aama may abui and boundi
B brUH baforo me pa aiCount M than
>M rlaima wlln Uioli witnaaaaa. doru*
i.enta and voiicheta. to be aurnlned
by ma on any Turattav. or Frldn> be-
ta can lb* boura of IS (room and S
.clock In Iha afternoon, ai the Ofnc*
i,l Um Clerk of the Aaai'Unl Couit of
M.f. .1 ..t the court HoUk. Biidietown.
Mlii riay of Bapla*nb>r. II
i i lAasb ela.m* inny be rani
f.imni to iho natiani and priority
tiiartol reapartlvrly. oiharwloa aueh
,,-raor. will be pr-cludad from the
in nail of tha laid Darraa. and ba
leprlvad of all claim on or asainai
aald proparV>-
Clalrr,anU ara aUo noUned thai 1
.irt auend the aald Court on Wbdi
tr, ih* Mth day of Saptambar. IM3. ai
I o'clock a m. wban tbetr aanl tlalnaa
111 bt ranked
Uivao under my hand UUa loth day of
July. IMS.
F. Q. TALMA.
Clerk ot tha Aaalrtani Court of
AMwaa. A|.
U 7 aj-Vi
ONE i|i Eptdiaacope InipecUnn o>
folualk.r, lo The Brttlah Coi:ncU Pln.-i.
J' II a 52 j
17 ti r it
SUBfaTeUfSE now lo tha Dally THefrapb
Eniland'a l*adln| Dally New-papar now
nnvtnf tn nnrbadoa i^ ai- .h
day* afaar publication in Lena
Gala co Advocate Co. Ltd 1-
hrpre-entalive Tel 3113
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI
Tha applicallon of Oliver Mat.hail
ahopk caper of Hod era Road, flovcrnmer.l
Hill. Hi Michael, for paeti
aril Rpinu, Mali LlRtmr.. Ac, at boar.i
Kit ahlnjfl* -hop ouached lo reiMenrr i
rtlirifton 5>ire*l oppoalu Cvprua Rlree..
Brldfetowiu
Dated thi. 1Mb day of Septembar, inf.;1
To E A Mi-LEUD. Eaq ,
Police Ma|tal>a(e.
Dl.lnrl 'A'*
OLIVER MARRIIALL.
*Mn* t
N.B Thu application will be coninl
Mil i Llcannng Court lo be hnd
Police Court. Dlalrlct A" ot, Mond.
the Mth day of Reofambe. IM. a\ li
'rtock, a m
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Far GOOD BOOKS
/LLER BRUSHES
jRnt Kr.rlvrd
lerifcnplpp Itrushrn. Wall
Baby B
Milk Dottlt
BnMhrii, Wrt and Dry
Mosn, Hoor Krruba. Floor
B r a n h e a. Household
Bnemt, Fumllure Polish
clo.. ale.
All Intore-tted plr..* ,ll
i-rl. Storks sre fflmall.
II. P. CHEER MAN
A CQ LTD.
IHal SIS? Mltlillr Sh-ert
DANCING CLASSES
Ballet Classen will start
on Friday the 19th and
Saturday 20th of Sep-
tember.
THE BARBADOS
SCHOOL OF
DANCING
16.952-3H.
ut .,
I .-111
Tha lT..perly will ba M up for >>
iiv Pubic Com petition at our UlAca
Jamea SttV.1. Drldaetewn, on Friday lath
H.pi-mber at t p.m.
YEAHWoOD A BOYCE
Soikiiora.
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vuctihn
Bui eaan Z* tnaVI at. aa I OV#Tl.-!l
'htch -r priced tq
(II tfiuae hirlll nf atone wiih lard.
*rnaii* p*-i t t'oMltntlon ilnnd
U hun^Hlow wtlh a
i.abt Inef.her Rilh
Flertoii. At Oenf-. ! I JBo
MOuai- with water and llaht v-
IV Utniloota Laae. EjM
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dint Churn. Can in. bauibt on irrma-
< Ona propr-rfy railed '(
(lie taw at Worthmu
And a none wall biaitfabiw cnll*d
"Allnmhy' l Welch*- Chrl-I Chi.nh
Drih of thaw* me vacant and very
.luaetlvf term- can be rrannrd
DABCY A SCOTT,
Auetumter.
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
Rahaonara. Ehitarpnaa Cyt.l E
bnlRt, Flancaa W Smith. Anila II
C-nfedent !0. E. M Tbnnla, Bm*li-a.
Amanala T D'Ortac. Mar> M Lewia
Mow Vaaaato: Rlr.rdo a
lar. Valvrl Lady
AMRIYALS
S S Pinnw. S*IM ton*, undnr Captain
j- Rabartoan. from London A*nt.
Da Caata A Co. IM
oh Olta M M ton., under Captain
W Row froen Truudad. ConaaSMd M
Iha seboonar OWnera' Aiao*Uitlan
S Lady Rodney, lam |HM under
Captain A LrBlaiw. f,om St Laacta
A**nii' dardlnar A> PARTIRtS
RS ftanoMr Mr at Lueu
S Alcoa Planter for CartpMn
Seaweii
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T Albayndcr. I AUayna. E Jamas.
N Jtoerr 1 r> Rum. j rmcK\
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N Howaii. N HowcU
from IMW<..
M Orell. A Raddale. k Da Mon|-
fa. M De Mouy. I. M.nrlalL R
Marshall. K KnaH.. R Kk4er. S Rider.
R Thomai. M larllteaul. It I ailljaMiil.
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M niirHn. V Pllirim. T Metiuer
DEPARTI'RKa
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(or Moalnral. Chaabec and Three '
" aa Puritan will .
pom Office at
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
a A ML I Nil PROM SCBOrk
r.ayn ibtn pt^mbar. MSI
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rare* I Mall and Media tered Mail
a.M md Ordin-t. Ma
> DAY ISIh fteptcmha*. IMI
KATES or EXCHANGE
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SeUiBi NEW YORK Rnybai
Cheajuaa op
Banker. II n IC pr.
BUjht
Demand Drafta 71 4 :'. Ml
13 All- pr Cable
71 l/if pr Oirrenry l/lp^ pr
. CSMRBIII !". pr
MA pr mlvar nVl pr.
1 ANARA
II*. pr Cheque* on
aamkara 71 a, If pr
Demand Drafts 71 '.'. pr.
Slfh; Drsfla 71 3/Mft pr.
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Coupon*
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The M V CAnanMRCT wIB
accept Ca.o aid Paaaandara I -
Dominica. Antlrua. Montoerrat
Nert* and W R:tu. Railms rn-
d" Mth Mat
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ASSOCIATION (INC I
Cenefrnee. Tele Na Mft
Canadian Natinnal Steamships
LADY BrirnTY
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
CABLE AND WIRELESS (WaM mdlaal
Ltd. adviw that thar> can now cwn-
muntcate with the following Ihrough their Barhadoa Coast station:
(< Conn, , chanda, a a None
Lady. s.i. Eaao Utlra. a a Salt* M.
a > Geroavtaa. Cslllroy. a Julaby.
a. Nueva Andalucla. as Empl'e Palral
Hiucanter, Eva Prron. as
Janna. s Illu.lrlous. a.i. Wlllemttad
I.I Mrant Are I. as Athelcrown. at
Hanmar. a Oundine. a s. Sea Mafic.
II Dal Rol a s Scholar, s AUhu
Ualliia. Montra. a
I Bept Bcpr. I Rapt
Sfarpt. tlBapi
Sept SS Sept 17 Bept.
Arrlree Sana
MlfalHl llaebadea
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR II Sep. 10 Sept.
LADY ROONET S9 Ssart I Oct.
CANADIAN OlALLENOEa I Oct I Oct.
IADY NT-LSOM U Oct SI Oet.
I- BJSM
Mfnrpt.
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II Ort
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ai oci
Jurleea
Mawtraal
M OrL
M Oct.
Mv.
Planler as Mall.ui. :
Jean Lykes. a.a. Cap*
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Mm
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OFFICIAL SALE
'Equitable Jurladtrtibi.
wT.N|El.L CLAKON OairriTM. Pl^lntlS
Lib.-P.LL IOI-A iiEALY Defandanl
NOTICE Is hereby fflvrti Kant b' rlrtua
of an Order ol I lie Aaslalanl Court o*
Appeal dated ine 10th day IhnT* -111 ba let up for sale lo lh.hiaheat
i.idder at Uw OnV* of the Ceth ,.t tha
Aaalitant Court of Appeal at tha Court
itriuse. Drtdgelown. be'weeji the hour*
, I II .noon, and I o'clock in Iha after-
. nay, the yath Ua> of acptcnv
. tlmt certain puce or parcel
,1 ,aPd uuiale at HoUmimI Tununs In
the pariah of Ralnt Michael and HUnd
),f. two RM>di or ihereaboula buiUna and
boundi.'S on lands now or la to of Mabel
.nd* now OT late of Camilla
a. Sandlford on lands _
MaaMnB Morrl* an aanda now or late of
the Estale of Donald C.itke. Oecensed,
.nd on a luad over wi.i.h Ihna la i
tisht o( wav lo tha public i.Md or ha*
*>r *Iae the same may abut and bound
..nd U nol than aold In* aUd property
wi>i a* art up i"i -<< on every rate Goad
.. Prtd.
iha aama >- *0>d !o< a -um '.
    CltS.
    l!il
    lOlh day of Jui". IM
    P. O TALMA,
    tn* Aaalstani court i
    Middle SI ai

    UNDER THE SILVKR
    HAMMFat
    ON TTJfMDAY. Krd by order of '
    Bvaruloia lo The Kiiiair of Tha 1
    J W lf. Clwilra. ttf.,-!*-,--. On .-m
    Wble*. UTnrh( hJ Atm fW. i-
    .'.p Top Table* FK-.k (......!.
    P>|1 Top De-V. sfj 1
    Cuohions. 1'alrlTtnas. (
    Curp"'- (Ilia* ami Cnmn b-i,.-i. r..iii
    ana Tea Hervices.
    PH4. Ware. Rpon<, Po-Va .'.
    W/SMH HI ELiGIBLE
    FOR STOCK FEED RELIEF
    WASHINGTON. Sepi. 18
    President Truman on Wednesday
    declared Missouri a drought
    <:isslrr area, maklnK Kl fnrnwM-*
    fliKlble to share in the SS.000.m><>
    stock feed relief fund. 11 was tha
    rlghn Mil to be dr^rRrweJ a
    tttmiffh: disaster area lor relief
    feed purposes.
    U.P.
    .hOfL. ..
    JWwind XL I ....
    Tloreiice on Store an.l Ov*-. i
    IRfJVe. MoRal l-llu i
    and Welsh ti. Kitchen
    UrnS.lla Preasu *, Waterlasa and Plre-
    l
    Kettle and fbsuaar; Hiidi. n> perteci
    anltflUon Wash In, Mucbli-: Zlnr Top
    lYees. tJtrder ^-.
    '.Urp.-nreri ind Garden Tools: llftllat.
    In'Urn Renchea. K It W.. llwwt.an> in
    ajearect rondilinn and oUk
    f.
    BKAIVKEh,
    A
    CASABLANCA
    V.a>H ClawBl
    Extrernely well kept 4 bed-
    roonrs house of modern de-
    RiKn. Combination living and
    dining room. 2 kitchens.
    BreaktaM Itoom. Toilet and
    bath. Lovely verandah foe- .
    Ing the sea to which there .
    is i i irgrit of way. 2 servants |
    rooms, wasnroom and gar- '.
    age ui vard which Is corn-
    pl.u-lv !urreH. Well laid out
    Gardens. 55,573 square feet
    IjiuI. A spacious and com-
    (oii.ible yet very compact
    property.
    - ALSO
    An orchard comprising ',
    28,743 square feet land ad- <
    tolnlasj the above property. ;
    Numeroui cocoanut trees. ,
    Fruit tree* of ever>- descrip.
    tion.
    Inspection every day ex- i
    cept Sunday between 46
    m. on h|ii>1icntion to Mrs.
    'rm. Phneir 8ll3.
    Faf Kale by vnbtle aSc-
    tram on FrltUy ISIh st
    1.14 MB, at the olTVrr of
    the undr|ncrt from
    wham (uPthrr partlca-
    lars m iv he obtained.
    (rilarfinm Show
    Whiuh.ll. at rcUr
    In aid of St. Pwr'<
    -Daily Meil"
    Open daily from 11 o'clock
    (noon) to 6 p.m.
    Fro*. aaUrday. Sea*, tatfa
    U Ortohrr IMk lnrlo.lv.
    ENTRANCE 1/-
    a a. mi'iiolu a CO..
    ISt/lU Kocback Street.
    ma
    DON'T DELAY!
    FURNISH
    GRAND
    TO.IH1
    QRAND VAJ.UES in NEW and
    irnewed MAHOCIANY and other
    W-drobea. Vanillas, BedM*ads
    Rarda, Cradle*. Saa-lnaa. Cheals-o(. '
    >! Otl
    W ..halsnd.. Niahtrhalr*
    TADLES. fUed and Etension '
    lo, DtnuiR Radio, r..rary and I
    < AniNirr-i for auAa, i
    ivdro..m and Kitchen. Landara. '
    Ware Dtalntr* S3 DRAWING
    noOMPlEASUHF,*: tn M
    - iiUt ami separat* plecea. !
    in.. couch. Baary.
    i w up
    ALI AI i-RlCXe
    LS. WILSON
    R^DOWav,
    I pea need are the life-
    [ girinj viiamioi and minerals
    [ of YBAST-PHOS. ofoy hit
    if fflse falll Yaa'll feel
    e, BamURlMf with .
    'YEAST-PHOS
    G.NfUAl TONIC
    Sore Mouth
    C.cose Bleeds Teeth
    .Una Oumi, Sore Mouth ind
    Teeth mean thai re.'-
    ryrrhaa. Trancli .
    BS aim. bad dlae.aa ttH "t
    i.-r or later causo ynur tai'h d
    t>.| -ut and may aTao ruitaa
    II m and Heart Truabts -
    I a.'i-a MBJMl and own '
    - | the #*(!' lr..n clad >(!.
    T<.on*e**iuat tnaka )''!
    tnl mar* your teeth 0* i*. '
    on return o( amply pm.'luii;. '
    A-nosan 1p rn your *h*OU* a-ia-
    tM avMU-nntaa ppota^a* pwa.
    m-\R.\vreeD
    l|lrn Willrll. S
    DIAMONI> RINGS
    | Burrifine Prwsution
    HIM NO. II
    ;. Fii your tool firmly to
    the rafters. I r. your
    - ruflera firmly to the wall
    K plates.
    18.9.522n.
    :V,->w.i r. see sssao u o u
    SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR
    (.w.iiv/s; mesh n/ni:.
    CENTRAL EMPORIUM
    rerncr Broad A I udor Street*
    a>CatbOa>0.>0a>o FOK ALK
    AT
    Graeme Hall Terrace
    Modern Twn Storey St ,3 bed-
    looms Wlti lulrobcs, .urge living room.
    kitchen. Rarage, laundry and ? bervants* rooni5. Approx.
    ltt.000 i"i. ft. of Innd fiaUly c r.\crtable into two flaw
    The owner of thi,. pi ctuining to the Colonv
    13.800.
    We consider Hi
    ue alone being worth" ovi
    0 figure with the land
    e i ooo.
    -IOIl> M. Ill MH\ A CO.
    'Phone 461*1
    PI ntatinni Ruildinc
    Corsair. a in -in Ranajn. s s Allr
    a. Nnrthpofnl. a a Moiinacpann.
    S Rosa, a
    . I Bolycrown.
    ... Linen. .
    P and T Pathfinder. -
    Pato Philadelphia
    GARDINER AUSTIN CO., LTD. A.rraU.
    ,.'.-,'***>**'.'..
    *,ei-,V'*****n.*-**-*'*%-******* Government Notices
    B WI. CENTRAL SUGAR CANE BREEDINO 8TATION
    DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AWD AGRICULTURE
    Agricultural Assistant, B.W.I. Central Sugar
    Cane Breeding; Station.
    Application* are invited for Hit post of Agricultural Assistant.
    BW.L Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station. Department of Agri-
    culture.
    2. The salary attached to the post is In the scale SI .200 x Tt
    $1,920 (E.B.) x 96$2,502 per annum and the point of entry in the
    scale will depend on the qualilicatlom and experience of the successful
    applicant. The post ia not pensionable but after u years probationary
    service the officer may join a Provident Fund.
    3. The successful applicant will be required to provide himself
    with a motor car, u loan towards the purchase of which will be made
    on terms and conditions similar to those which are applicable to
    travelling officers of the Barbados Government Service. A mileage
    allowance will be paid at standard Government rates.
    4. Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and ex-
    l^rlenre. together with COPIES of testimonial! should be uddrt*sed
    to the Director of Agriculture, Queen's Park, and will be accepted up
    to 12 noon on Saturday, 4th October. 1952.
    19.9.524n.
    Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence)
    (Amendment) Order, 1952. No. 5 which will bo published in the
    Ofnctni Gazev.c of Thursday. ]8th September, 1952
    2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price* of
    "ShinglesRed Cedar No. I and 2 Grades" are as follows:
    COLUMN ONE
    Article
    Shingles;
    Red Cedor
    No. I grade
    Red Cedar
    No. 2 grade
    COLUMN TWO
    Ordinary Retail Price
    (not more than)
    JM.28 per 5 bundles containing 1,000
    $28.95 per A bundles containing 1.000
    18th September, 1952.
    19.9.52
    FAMOUS LANDMARKS OF BARBADOS
    Milk Stout
    C. L Gibbs & Co. Ltd.,
    P.O. Box 56
    BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402
    C'GiiTRANSATLp\NTIQUE
    SOUTHBOUND
    SS. "COLOMBIE". Sollinn September 241h. 1952 ,Collin< "'
    T. inldad. La Gualra. Curacno. OartORena and Jamaica.
    S.S. -DE OBASSE". Sailmi October 15th. 195;. Callln, at
    Trinidad. La Guaira. Curacao, Cartagct.a and Jamaica.
    NORTHBOUND
    S.S COLOMBIE". Sailing October 5th, 1B52. Calling at
    Martinique, Dominica. Guadeloupe. Southampton .
    S.S l)E GBASSE". Sailing October 28th, l2. CalUng at
    Southampton and 1.0 Havre.
    ACCEPTING p sSarTNOERS, CARGO ANT, MAIL.
    R. M. JONES ft CO., LTD.Aenu
    PHONE S814
    Lasting relief from
    CATARRH
    PUT IT IN THE NOSE
    AND IT ACTS LIKE
    MAGIC I
    l or quick relict' from Nasal Catanh
    LISS McntLolutum'. This vvonderful
    brcjltiBblc halm, hi-n put up imidc
    tbe nose. BCU inaUotly. Your very
    next hre.ilh came* tooling varaouri
    mill I up ihiough Ihe nose which
    open up the nasal pasusea like m.u>l
    on free hr.aihmg. aRo
    rub Menihol.itum' freely on your
    throat and chest. This breaks up
    congestion and relieves even the
    mate Catarrh. Qutck get
    .i |ir ni im of 'Meritholatinn* lo-day
    ASK FOR REAL
    MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
    TIMS
    AND
    |ARS
    aaea Only 1/
    Thi Hinthclitum It. Ltd..
    Hit. 1IH) SlKith, tnild.
    LATUM
    "(iiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiii
    ............
    NOTICE
    The Public are nsknii not to ba fooled with
    Special SALES. Remember we guarantee to
    sell you at the same price but less it. No
    matter what their price is our price is the
    same leas 5',. Therefore for all your require-
    ments see us before buying elsewhere.
    A. E. TA VIAtH LTD.
    Coleridge Street,
    Dial 4100.
    where
    Qualities arc HIGHEST
    and
    Prices IOWEST
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    IV
    I' Mil EK5HT
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    KltlDAY si I'TI MBKK 19. 1M2
    HMTOX IX A1TIO.\
    S|n.i I sin,i ii '.. Itir<:
    Soccer's Flu tier
    Is Threatened
    In the N

    rood Leaa y

    Beet and North,
    anxious secretaries of
    I i saoM im-

    How many of vou r.totbnli f n*
    I n unable In i1
    I winning the
    lrnny Ho* I
    tall to Ik' u ed
    kh i* *h'. one on which
    rtsklni your money"
    Japanese
    Invite Gardner
    To Tokyo
    lit OfeOBOB ttu.ii.M.
    leddj I i . '.hin-in-
    lop n>-weigni ctuunpi m ui
    id Eu-
    11 led to
    bin Mill
    ' next
    tea**
    I 'umably. Is that ShtmliHc
    SPORTR AIT
    5-IP
    "/ don? Ir"*l
    th* rw o; Caatai tnu
    I'm Bgrtgj '
    Competition
    (Irfon House with
    Boxing Boar Say No To
    "Mills Aid"
    The BoxiriK BOerd of ConttOl
    could have helped the :
    Flood Ploaotir rood !'
    granting a licence to I'BtlHUt-
    Mill -
    weight champion. 1o h)
    il his own
    Rut thi
    l "No."
    .i a Southern Area
    council member, i- the nrnt u
    a free with the Boar.!

    -eing tho
    gone to
    ! >>ith
    Mills said: "Naturally I am
    d.sappomted at my application
    Icing turned down, hut I yuite
    the pond of MR. J. ONSI (MR
    I \NF. II. ->
    board, that promoter* should nol
    l \ even exhibition*especially
    It their own shows."
    A", tfcelr ."in -in.-., arc the
    key words here. Remtmber Milb
    exhibition witti RRici
    TOMMY I.AWTON. BM f<* < England Main forward U
    Ing Brentford'* bid for promotion in tli- S*co:,d Division
    CLEAN-UP
    CRUSADER
    H.nls tin- r. Such In
    l on groundu In :nl sport-minded Japun.se might l*
    Bj|| "f yen
    B>ycar-aUI Card- (,n., |, House Win
    aiDChtea it out c/fta their
    ararld champion, Yo-
    \1. RANI D\Hv
    National Federation of "he invitation, couched with .................... . >.
    1 (.reen House uith total .. wooiMOtR last season for the
    w 'J Bttll i -' ;30 point, wm the winner ol N-flUonai Playing Fields' Associa-
    OuWtC bad dai "' Gardner have other thing* to * """* Match t.-mueti.iun in ;,o..-but this was prom
    1953. the Rifle Shoot Co-., V< K M.IOMONS: while
    ,,, year. Tbii hcuse waa captamac.
    rood police confirmed that * ' "> %*; K, ,*- Warn*L0.,n oe.
    larch 15 and was comi
    Ran right beptemocr In which 12
    ciu'tlons u> boulder matches were shot
    Shlrai won hi-, world title from under idenlu.iUMiuiiti.inf. of winch
    Imprrlant Issue iuV> 36-year-old ... "*** tT*'*? ^k"10?' .hP
    father. Dado Marino, in Tokvo L*"t year the ""t"1-1 "" '"
    Thih li an IfflJ ., nnw uccom',,. House Match Oom|MUtlOI
    hundreds of clubs Why -bould evident that grand-dadhaving R*d Hou* ***** w."Lcap"
    it bo lafl Ucr ban knocked over irtx ''""** by Major A. De V. Chas-
    on his back in Blue Houae was *5Tl,1th."
    ughout the coua w ovor-iralani match yum-t -vw,r w,th a XuU[ ' J''28 poin
    .;,, .(..use third w.lh 2.7181 po,n-
    .,,- aa-i .- *!r.i ,_ and Yclluw HHiM.- Fourth wi'h
    ntly he boxed for prisoners at
    artmoor, although a licence was
    ot necessary there.
    Keied
    ..i I lm-
    thc title
    ll\ CKOKCiK WIIIIIN'.
    Olyinpit- <>iitlook--llrv
    I'll.* Snndnv Srhitol man with a mission to the boxers, lands
    u new blow over rhe mailer ol ;i Turpin light
    \K\Y YORK nlghti are npl lo be stl-ky this urn.
    ie year, and most of m ivr taelliu far too clammy
    The Fleet wood Atwociatmn mini insured against Ihe
    : iheag katertai no nau UeatJoH ..t dofeai
    Dead prompt advice. light,
    Title at Stake
    too insisted that, in Iba
    II look* lik- bemu I i bll D*ln| be .nu.
    , ihould be granlod . return ea-
    rn In 1958 ir Victoria l le l. and It is now reported ihat
    Mr. J. G. It. MrDONALll. UU M be Maged in Toky*
    until then. next September
    wneaiever Mill 1^.1 the iti;,iic
    to put lh'- llOTCf on
    tumps at the opportunity lie
    says that he fudged PH
    and ankle competitions at a Chi-
    -heMer fete lor (Ivo houm on
    "aturday. then went for refresh-
    ments but not for long*.
    He wee hauled oul ( Ihe I ul
    id boxed MVOn rOUBdi with an
    >l AT team. a> then opponents
    had not arrived.
    What was the opposition like
    fOOd.
    'Kifty-Kihy' Bawfa
    Yell.
    2,586 |>ointa.
    The Challenge Cup and Minn-
    Hire which goes to the individual According to Mills it
    who makes the highest score
    with his six best match scort.
    was again won this year tw Mi
    L Hoberts with 569 point'
    Runner-up was Mr. F. D. Davis
    with 559 points and Major O. F.
    DUOd the collar to take much notice when ('< "I l" tatement by !!><- Gardner. loo ''as immatiiatL' Tin* n'irticiilar omiK-tltion wj:
    ikini i b ixer (r. m 'Brooklyn, ducked unde: the A"?}iT tM?iW^kmWSmm nfv^T^n.r?!,', '" S" ,,n; '< ln ' w,,h ,nc ob,ecl "'
    ' ,l1" t towi HaTuepool Next Monda? > i 2* rLttow 10 3
    ' '" "" e during th* dnnkit.K In ho. rdiTftnpire XT T'
    "* he_*|,okc. cou.,.lc: "flpr fl P-nvMr. McIVmald satd title. agalnM the latest imp,.; ,., ,h(. aUnd they arQ] alrcad"
    i .
    ad New
    ter the ring.
    .! i .'! pen
    ar ago The> arc recalled
    by this week's news teiat Itohert Ihe
    < chairman

    i ily insisting thai
    he had been m no At st..-. .
    >i relief
    xartiy < hnstenbei
    ma.\ i among
    I
    New York State Athlet noUce thai he
    it will im m Zulu'and, Jnkc Tuli.
    rhimaitg the law than those ed*
    ports
    Clated willi Olyn
    What Offers?
    As
    don
    iteur lawn tennl i
    ivill they remain amd-
    Then, i>. fore Ocobet II, he hag
    ! i hamplcM
    dOO'l Terry A.-
    lan, whom he relie\'cd of the titi-'
    on hotly argued vm
    i-.e f.r !o
    r ither |es
    than likely that our No. I fly-
    weight will be able lo k
    naa to Tokyo'
    Ithor.
    unde!
    Over (ienerous
    liu-ideiitally. tiardner
    Ik- it i u
    i the Wimble-
    .................... ...... -...........* i.,~i m 1-imi .urn i* S A. championships.
    <. .>.M,ni'-ion. has suspended Joey was eithei |..... I., drive the un- rltANK SKIMiMAN and MAf-
    hi wo i until he honoui i ever] thbig Ul hk powe
    signed contract to defend his title ' I Ihi port ab-
    1 n alnrl Randolph Tur- t Inexon i. Carle- ',.'
    u the clean-up .""% 'on,,
    Investigation Oovemoi Dewe) 'LU' ,, ... >____..
    An kequln Into the death .....mpe- v"; ''"T^J^-rll! I"^ "
    * lores iiKtng promoters, equal lly" ,'1 withstand. Ihe piomo.- assessed as over-generous in pui- chase
    moat mveaiigntion ot aUeeaal opportunlUoa lor all beaten, th e * "' i" 1S """' tinK up hu Kmpiro crown againsi )7 put
    er-the-countei never round ranuauie tours v.iy the comoaratlvely untried Tuli on ,)tl knuckir practical In America's .....inert*, the elimination of beck- profll...... I atonday. Such aaaaaanenl is In- -VhP rouowini .s .. time table
    milllea doller boxing htduatrr, ** wirepullen with pouee re- of ihe great Suzanne Lengien w.-.s accurate, and payi no tribute t nr avenU cUmaxina with th
    -Vrithcr waa welcomed bj certain wd* ""' "*' mdaia r Iba brlei th.- beldiiuj niti
    n rrowH "return match" cuiueei As lot Sedgman, my foreceel i buatneai acumen.
    for the aoroltneeB with which tn* " ' '"/'' champlonahlpa In taw thai ha will il leaal defend th- At ;iu and ,(itvi u vem mine
    scooped up th.- iravj thai ooaaa Pochabl of such alleged monoid- n.Vi Cup for Australia during
    i King boui w\ ''' al Boxing th.- southern lummer. I shall b'.-
    surprised If be "tun
    At the time of rioraea death, i'' i" Robert K. Chrlstenberrj knew no '' Norrls and .,,,.,. ,... aa ,,
    ' lult. hat .....,,,...,
    red from bead!
    ONE of the most resplendent
    competitive cups in sport has
    ins! changed hands again *>"
    ;2-year-old trophy t elaborate
    design and unusual history
    .lualiv in dispute between the
    High Wyeombe and Drayton.
    Ruling, bowling clubs.
    It came into being in 1910. and
    ope of the winning; Baling side
    fitOKGF IIOAKF. played ther
    and in the contest just ended.
    The trophy, (tangling nwe
    lh.in two feet high, was pre-
    tiled 1^ the late Mi MOB-
    LAND DFSSAt'. who nn inter-
    ested in both lore
    In addition to silver 'woods
    *...* bowler in action, there ..*
    Ihe cup
    have had a sound training
    match conditions.
    Warner Topsrored
    I ul C R. E. Warner topscored
    with a total ol 99 points on
    Wednesday when the Small Rlfl'* --
    nuul Competition which begins
    on Sunday, September 21.
    The eight lust scorea are:
    Capt. C. R E Warner 99 pis .
    Capt. C. E. Neblett 98 pts.. Mi.
    it D. Edghill 98 pts. Mr. T. A. 1-
    .tobcrts 9H pts., Mr. P. D. K.
    FOR
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    HOME
    Mils, inn-: will SEE
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    One of Ihr rniulilions l !li- i2ift
    th it TIn- two Hides .h.ill iltti.k
    bl each eomiielilliiii lo the mem-
    nrv or thai monarch.
    i-in. ..in 'I-., n. i. [ran Fnitnu.
    , ipUlMd l IBI H.IST. Mil
    BU-. Cupl. Wcnlherhei.1 nt home t.ml ul WveomW. Over
    Mr K. I. C. Hoad 7 pi., the yenr. the re.ults re nbcmt
    "">-'"'V -I..E.S.
    aii'i TV rreei His working '
    hours w erned vna
    '. \ Hotel
    in Tunea Square, a commkedon
    Yon st it, q
    the eondue'liig or .1 nen^pii|>ei
    column eaUed YOU M.vt Surh
    Interacting Peopla,'' teaching at
    "I and pofctag 1
    .
    u dOMH civic guild- and wH-
    f 111 oraenleotloae.
    rban 11 Bepternber, came an
    11.yuan..,1 u. t.iik with Thomas K.
    Dew in 111 a of i>< wty 'i repu-
    t,-i'ion as a inoppBl>lip of mob-
    ible lhat the
    sal ion touched IbibU) upon
    Hi that.
    1 ao, i- pure n>njecture, All
    thnt was officially told to high-
    ild nol be r.i
    Walcott Tim.
    adi 1 .'In.
    iketl
    Meinorx Corner
    Worthirc iulf club are .oosbl
    1 ring ohms to commetnnr itr TOM '
    IIVI.IHI KTONS world rernrl >" >
    I Into such light- srrr | fli during the Spalgkn;
    when 1- imnianteiit la June.
    ... --------- climaxing
    champion , m or prizes on fl
    her 27 wnen roe the first Unto
    the F, L GriflUh Challenge Cup
    ring, Gardner has no time to w( ( be compete*! Tor
    '(well |n the lotus-land of inae- TIME TABLE OF EVENTS
    tlVlty that om. ,,l OUI younger Event No. 5. Surilay Septem-
    rhamplnna llnd so attractive For her 21: from 830 a.m
    1 ttnf Event No. 6, Sunday. Seplembei
    as much eaah ai possible when 21; from 9.30 a.m.
    the going Is good Eveni No. ". Monday Septem-
    I do no: know what Gardner'.i ber 22; from 4.00 p.m
    .moiinls to on Mondav Event No. 1. WMDttdoy Sep-
    i 110*11 1:500. Hut we teir.lx>r 24. from 7 30 p.m.
    f for granted that Event No. 4. Wednesd.,-
    IkVmiiii'iil
    Iii.iiiiimiiI lliutt^
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    lliyit%ig|> SI.IIO m i irrlf- HiU:
    IM-ai In-is .'((ir.
    nKI champions as I
    . .1. Wak 'it. weit.-i -
    weight Ki eight Joej Maxim,
    m in tl>e USA. knit
    to politics and big buet*
    that will
    flgbl Ihe I In 1 .

    irlded Ibe i ag rdeki lb
    somebody else.
    Ills Coiisrieiic
    '.' th Cnrlatei
    fork State, ihe>
    iv intrtgutsii bootina Indu ti.
    that Bob Chrtitcnberr] had ac- would be foollah lo bai
    for 1 token aalaray of For th. an i-o: 1
    3.500 tyi
    or the N
    1 -M-.n lo t he '
    recently P, |
    1 ne-time RhodV
    1
    has
    kn.li k of kn


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    id oretoJ
    rtj Bonda, diploma)
    jl ite in

    the ex-Marine whoa i W
    had i-ecome io disinii t expert, a t"i:
    and in
    i'o sibly Ihe> were reajBUn B
    \rtball:
    Noire Dame Heal
    ftetieplairte 67
    In fi K-ik.lt> net-ball match
    St. An-
    t vetting last,
    > lleplal
    I ) li gjoala to 4 Pot Notre Du
    n DotUn M Waithe am P Oar-
    I i reepectlvi
    So Courteous
    Apprehenalvely, the graft) re

    .;:. G Cumber-
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    .t 1 each respec-
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    u no
    would have been had
    been Bcconunodat) (
    ght match.
    than it tember 24: from 9.00 p.m.
    ke Tuli Event No. 8. Friday September
    I mere 28; from 4.30 p.m.
    Event No. 2. Saturday SeoUn-
    . Bj corning to (recee1 hi. her 27. from 1.30 p.m.
    Empire ehampionship. Gardn'i" Event No. 3 Saturday
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