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Parbadros S

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951

Ridgway Calls Truce —

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Communists Step
Up Offensive

EIGHTH ARMY 4.Q,, Korea, Sept. 3.
(COMMUNISTS hurled an estimated 6,000 men
against United Nations lines in East Central
Korea on Monday, as General James A. Van Fleet,
warned that the Reds could put 850,000 men and
1,000 planes into a new offensive within two weeks.

Enemy troops weré supported by
“avy concentration of artillery

!
SCHOON ERS and mortar fire, as they staged one
if the heaviest drives in recent
, 1 jays he ares rth and pth-
FOUNDER IN ont oe Wane metinited Nations
} troops, however, held their posi-

HEAVY SEAS tion, and in some plaves made

small. advances Allied artillery

Team Back Into Action

GENERAL MATT "RIDGWAY cali
HEW B. RIDGWAY called
the Korean cease-fire team back to Tokyo on Linda Darnell

Monday night for consultation on a formal message 1 ?
to Communists which could revive or kill armistice W ill Help J ca

talks. Vice Admir:! ©. Turner Joy, chief delegate, e i .
Rear-Admiral Arleigh Burke, and Air Force Major K I ef Fund

General Laurie Craig with staff members flew to. "°° TGNSGN’Sen

Tokyo for critical talks. { aa Darnell Hollywood sta:
Ag who was caught the J ;
Reds were awaiting your, hurricane . in ‘yam
reply” to the latest message

Ridgway on September first is | KING GEORGE Schp-ta ont’ ta me

ica Hurricar










: The las Euierprise S., 6¢ on the East Central Front inflicted
note which “demanded” he rein-' lief Fund. She said so in Lon tani ee a roe iene St 886 Communist casuabties,
vestigate Kaesong neutia!.iy todoy at'a Eres Ce - c - ons, sank in Cas are : nat your, = ; Allied warplanes ft @ Wread
violation protests and which ig-! Is IN GOOD | ae eee Lucia, y28. the = scaooner Gieris through heavy fog to continue the
nored repeated offers to resum. | “Relief is needed desperately in Henrietta, 60 tas, went to bottom] offensive against the enemy sup-
ceasefire talks TH | Jan naica and anything that con be in 33 feet of water in Port-of-Spain] ply columns. More than 9,000
It is believed here Ridgway HEAL 4 done in England thre h_ the it ape wo — . ao 7 a — vt
: “ ; . . 3 cable rom Nelson Isilanc Agnt hin e lines in ne las ree
might make a new proposition .. | {Relief Fund should be done witt ‘veal : : oe] es Se ee tein Rattlers
Communists ain.ed at. broak'r> LONDON, Sept. 3 {the utmost urgency” she declared. during the bad weather that was/days. Bombers an £ g



si se King George still undergoes
the present deadlock ove. the) qaily treatment for arterial con- |



; experienced in the Caribbean early | destroyed or damaged 500 out of
be * description of the hurricane “






























i i } sas ag if on Sunday 1,800 vehicles in an attack up to
neutrality violation which are dition of the legs but otherw ise |, was as if 1,000 Jerry bomber Schooners Emanuel C. Gordor|@awn on Monday.
subordinated to peace talks. Poth!) . j; in fairly good health, Court had just come over and droppec ind Agustus B. Compton which TOKYO. Sept. 3
his, and the message signed by circles said on Monday. a jtheir bombs in the middle of jwere also caught in the squally Peiping Radio claimed that a
Kim Il Sung and Peng Teh Huai, They described as “routine” a/ Jamaica. Damage wa fantast weather. 1 mped into St. Lucig| United _ States heavs bomber
North Korean and Chinese Mili-;fying trip to the King at Bal-|. Miss Darnell, who in Eng- | with torn sail 7 “| dropped a bomb on August 29th at
tary Commanders become mee raéral in Scotland by two London land for three weeks hooting” Shise _— zi bee aoa n
tions of accusation. rialis the film “Saturds T-lend,” is > ‘ ” > _ cablegram reaching here from}|County of the Liaotung Province
Feelin i Tokyo and at the} |@uecialiats, Dae pe. pee emir 45. utes , mailed J lal ae Ne rh TWO BOYS gather up the splintered remains ci Yacht “Condor” which was smashed by waves on | Lucia “sta “d re ittempts{and_ then flew off in the direction
so ors mS | 1e doctors treated him for in- ; , alled on to help the Esplanade Rocks during the bad weather exporienced here early on Sunday. he , my bYs) of Korea. Later the same day,
Advance Camp in Korea was thal ,Sammation of the lungs in June | y p Fwere being made at salvaging the Peiping Radio said that another
no progress will be made unti!'and July and sare checking up on Noel Coward Will Help From Au Quarters Enterprise 8. Another from Trini- Reining flew over Yungtieng and
someone changes the subject.|his recovery. The King has been| |. lad stated that the two masts of! a ntung the area where the
It was suggested that Ridgway'#0use shooting for severel days, This afternoos she met Lady ul I ‘icane aun: ai the Gloria Henrietta were visible] Chinese have a big alr@mld
might turn away from hard ~-a vigorous sport event for those |Huggins, the w'fe of the Chair- 53 tl l i ind that each mast was being tem- Peiping lao citedul perialist
boiled exchanges by making one |!" good health. He has not notice-|man of the En.ertainments | ur 1¢ porarily marked by a green Hight. gq sturbances” caused By warships
or all of these proposals. edly favoured his legs but underjcommittee of the Relief ; ae on August 29th. Vessels appeared
Firstly iebent the denial t | doctors orders he spends an hour|Lady Huggins told her j ed oO omen D . Both the Enterprise 8. and the on Ar Sn er ee head
| U.N, forces were involved in avy jor two daily taking heat ther-'Coward had agreed to give uring oe Henriette — Wrtie Herthi- 29th and 30th, Peiping said, and
| be t qepy. proceeds n the second or third coin the harbours. Skippers man : searchlight o Chinese
of the Kaesong incidents, bu is ; I eas irom nd or by : ; urned a searchlight on
cae me tee fr i The Royal physicians are close-}night of his new play “Relative MEXICO CITY, Sept. ¢ i S Holida cuvering their ships in the vicin-| cities and fired signal flares
| en rane . oral 13 watching the leg > molady—|values”, which open eae | j beg tet i. e . ty of the Gloria Henrietta have
while the Subcommittee discuss ~..gers disease Gderk circles |,” ues”, which opens here soon Flood waters began to recece in eastern Mexico Naiday oe Evel Na Uae wales ne There has been no break in the
the whole question of Kaesone’s | neutrality. This could satisfy \ cays thar others but is not in “That's a grand gesture,” sal least 421. Known dead in Mexico rose to 265. Another | Labour Day to-day but death tool The Enterprise S. left Barbado | munist radio stations ang ee
eet veneea eat ave ~lsevere pain and is still planning|Darnell “and if anything is 155 died when the hurricane hit Jamaica and two Texas ]|no holiday. Toll of accidents anc} on August 30 with 28 passengers fe ays ee ea eg on ane
congeding siiy U.N; responsibil lo. make he Royal four of Aus- ranged between artistes in Lon-| fishermen were drowned in the storm in the Gulf of Mexico. | Various forms of ars death on re = a. a s ‘of the suspension of the ceasefire
S ON} sats - alia th w r iP, oO! shi s]i give d nw we > long week-end. wi: e| live ‘re lost b he cargo san 7
ity. time eae on give my own Known toll was expected to climb higher as Tescue parties at, 0.40 a.m The offcial ieatt vith her The Gloria Henrietta t#lks. The “Voice” charged that
Secondly recommend a chang\ | Ph ili K | Meny Taxa in singe push on. Dre otal was 301 is being loaded with 100 tons of ae allie & eee ee
i a Jamaicz singe ys a atts . 7 aS} ‘ » ste , » Reds ¢
of conference site. The fact il ippine rst sorts nereabe. céeathie- fl J flying over reported n { I I f Non-traffic deaths total was 152] steam coal with which she wa aie art ed Japanese Treaty
Kaesong is in Red territory, help towards the fund a of life for many mi les where san e orm including 78 drownings. Airplane] soon to sail for Rarbado r nference : It said that the Reds
a 2 lane sfoct . ‘e stor 2 ey anch- * : ’ . os Pais
week 9. sowed oF Fe SRtistaOtio To Register Bee the ris sper 0 tePice 5 crashes killed 11 and miscellaneou rhe Augustus B. Compton wa[may be deliberately prolonging
at all U.N., levels since the firs af hand ping the Gulf port of Tampico said r d O U. N, mishaps 68 sught in squal he fre Korea's suffering and frustrating
gg + Pin | SAN_ FRANCISCO, Sept. 3. . , _ . ae SDIOEMUC Ah SY DOME Wan aa ge n There was a high number o St Tueie 2 Is ait \ the a ‘ it eventual unification in order to
Thirdly propose the resv~y-| The Philippine delegation was|QOn 1-Man Goodwill jth2cvst the village. multiple death automobile acci | Her sails were badly torn and he.| blackmail the rest of the world at
tion of meetings at a specific |the first to register for the Jap- Ape, Miami Weather Bureau BY ieats.—U.P : , : 1s Francisco, Once again the
. ; * ‘ a { w hurric ag 983 aad LS. DELEGATE skipper, Captain Cozier, took her an . .
| time as the “last offer’ by U.N.,janese Peace Treaty conference, Mission To W I ane EW BUNT OOTA AOR: we NO CANDIDATE, UNESCC] pack into St, Lucia, The Emanuei] Communists | h a v e made the
| to get ceasefire talks back on the |when registration opened at 9 , , - spond py \y ae ee GENEVA, Sept. 3. | Directcr, Jaime Torres Bodet, said) (. Gordon was sailing for Barbados| Korean people the victims of Red
track, requiring Communists toja.m. on Monday. Edwardo B d E i p - an ley : sen ae ae S' Land reform was’ urged in the !ne will not be a candidate in the| from Trinidad with a cargo of co-| ¥pocrisy and greed,”—U.P.
accept or reject immediate re-|Quintaro the Consul for the| ernar rane, M. . som 600 milo sg SR United Nations Monday by the; coming Mexican Presidential elec-| jas With her sails blown. away
, ; , : ste, te some 2, S$ S 1 So ~ast . oat nein ate “Whe te wl ic ‘ ae :
sumption of talks.—U.P Department of Foreign Affairs | (trom! lie tin Ccrvaspentent’ of the Forida’ peninsula, United © States asa “basic step} tion. “When I accepted the office] Captain Patrice took her into St





registered for the delegation. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 30.’ The Weather si SCO} Lucia. Both schooners are under-
The Japanese, also registered) Stating that he was on oe tebe ene, Weather Bureau said the “Tsadgr Ltibin American dele-|1 took on.international obligation a ate abe

‘ ; steamsh sit ioe A ‘ moing repairs at St Lucia
Chinése Object To early, with Kohi Teroaka, the}/man goodwill mission to the West Rirestion’ bt the few the witd' pote, submitted. a resolution ap: 1 cannot withdraw, |

toward economic development.'|of the Direetor General UN

ike’s Force Is Four
Months Behind
Hand

hurricane
Chief of the Japanese Govern-! Indies, Mr, Bernard Braine, Con-\from three position sitio i eon foe ciljam sure fellow countyymnen share a
{ment Overseas Agency in New| servative M.P; for . Billericay PON ee adie e ae eee

indicate the whirling form of the
Japanese Treaty -York and a member of the Jap-j Division of Essex, who arrived |new tropical storm. The Weather| 2% Feform “on the | permanent

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 3. anese delegation signing for!in Trinidad on Wednesday/Bureau sent hurricane hunte

that view." #.

NOT BINDING.—Any Japanes« Atasied pos
usenda of the United Nations for] pyeaty adopted st Say ear Op e



oor, Japan. Teroaka was accompan-!promptly backed up his remark|planes .out to get the locatio {the | first time in the organiza-! wi) not be binding on Nationalis 2, " By KAROL THALER
George Yeh, the Minister of /ied by Owen Zuriellen, the State! by exorting Wilfred Ferguson, cirestion and size ‘of the eam | ion’s history. China, an official Government Jap Re armament LONDON, September 3,
Foreign _ Affairs of the Cc hinese Department Liaison Officer with] W.I. spin bowler, to “bowl out the | blow Lubin told a@ press conference! statement declared to-night.—U.P MELBOURNE, Sept. 3 Military authorities reported
Nationalist Government said that the Japanese delegation, and] Australians,” in the coming W.I. Fou eyed hurricane “Dog wa th, “U.S. Government is of the ciety ‘nite.‘rhe Cathe} hora an dation oe li -onday that General Dwight
ein Amante rruute D one es a {Keisuke Arita, a member of the Australian cricket tour, Thejheaded westward toward Jamaic |i aaa ‘Gus vi ee " hee Bishop of Hong Kong, Henry Val-[the rearmament of J pan and enhower 6 ele Meets To
rape 4 wel ina A ae cone | delegation Governor's A.D.C introduced Be oss the Caribbean after deliver- & errents to real econo-} iorta, died in Hong Kong yester-] protesting against the release of | force is at least four months



The Egyptian delegation regis-|him to Ferguson who left on|ing a glancing blow to Martinique.| 2° developments in many coun-











j § t jay after an extended illne He] Japanese and Ger n war crimi +hedule, The 24 divisions en-
In a statement, released by the | tered immediately after the Jap-] Wednesday for Australia. —I.P. reg is the state of land tenure
local Chinese Consulate on Sun-j| ;nese. M.S, Ahmed, Secretary to ant taxation measures \
day, Yeh said that His Govern-|the delegation, registered for] Mr. Braine said that he had a His resolution asks Govern-| 440166 base at Knesong frade Union Congress, ye resent.| te spring or summer informants
ment approved the treaty gen-|Feypt.u.e, een many British colonies, but | Mr W lie Made nents to assure the security oif “ ve ee we st Kae 0m g ordered $2 Unions in Accini "| caid. So far Eisenhower has about
erally, but that Nationalist China ; had never come to these parts. | . y id to cultivators to acquire 7 N. as Sereesetrieet: a ty for! Cong expressed oppos tion to] !2 divisions va
has “consistently upheld the! He considers it necessary that} F eee a : se aes France, Italy and some of th

er Fe member nations ot
‘T.O., will be urged to make
n “at out effort to live up to com-
nitments on which they have
fallen short. An increase in their
ontributions by as much as three
uarters of previous contributions
vill be required in the coming
var if the Pact force is to take
h ipe informants reported

—UP

a = any other re y
q ; , : f ‘ ~ egotiations at Kaesong U.P. vhich \
Treaty with Japan. | onies for himself, and while here 5 facilities, and revise equable tax ; a tee ; Which would allow the remili-
ae ‘ | > wi . : tA: ani ine Secretary of State for t tion. The Ame a x 10 KILLED IN CRASH.—Tet[tarisation of Ja yan, rh Ss e
t that China was J > he will study the economic pros- , ’ oases ation, i rican resolution ; at ; ps le §
a RE nation to fight Japanese ersey pects and political problems, par- x wen "g has oer Me ane . expected to win the eneerys al ait oi i re seG ar med jurec sald ihe Australian Coun:il of
™ 5 alar Haus seve Wylie, Senior ‘edera sounse of the Council here { a onday near New elhi in ¢ rade Inions
‘ Chinese forces had ticularly in view of federation.| “°° en? am he il h and go b : Stine a elaine ine eae
aggression, ae fl cagerargy NEW YORK, Sept. 3. After a four-day stay in Trinidac Federated Malaya, for appoin jfore the General Assembly session] ‘@in wreck which { when} Trade Union
suffered the heavi } An earthquake rocked north- : ehath “itich Guiana {ment to the post of Attorney! > aes ha
ring the war. He said that theje:n New Jersey and Westchester he will proceed to British Guiana Gienaenl- asia ans in Paris later this fall. Lubin
Republic of China had declared County at 3.26" 2m to-day and Barbados and Jamaica. He i Mr. W lie Tibotd 46 years old, at
: P ne a - er. 7 . fexpected to arrive in Barbados - Wyte, 10 IS 20 years a, ; : P
war on Japan.— . roe ah aig the wes was educated at Auckland Gram 12 miles from here, officials re gain Australian troops during
telephoned police to find out i

th had b tom mar School and the University of), the land tee Wed: he ses vorted the war.—U.P,
nere had been an explosion. New Zealand. He is a Bache nel iit 7 ? MING | Aan
The “ADVOCATE” 1 ‘~ aaa ene tee ae Prd teat ew Zealand. He is a Bachelor end]; 4)6y, nannbnrients® that’ Gov E DURING A’ BROADCAS!

said that tine
"Movement could
r countenance the rearrma
pas- nt of any country, which woulc
enger compartment on a rail 1 repeat the atrocities

mixed freigh ind passenger
rain derailed, mashin ine





would make for a better
iso@al and political sytem if the
jfarmer was granted real nena



itlec



this evening and _ will return to
Trinidad Saturday evening

} ils w i ' if sd by the end of 1951 prob-
was 68 and a native of Milan nals ‘ 1 unaninously on aged F
WINTER HEATERS.—The UN Mond by ine all istralian aS ly will not be available until

‘ . | A — G ownership of land and establi | fab tidies cath K ; the Japanese Peace Treat ond
right” to participate in the Peace| ‘Quake In New every M.P. should see the co | Attorney enteral r expand = agricultural ere ie vith =Korean cease-flrelaiso opposed t





Mr. Braine, the past few days Master of Laws, New Zealand, ana





| biz Iniversity Ls : I ts OMinte “a. coonerat [he Senate Republican leader,
bia University Lomont Geologi-| ;, i ain aan . to | bee Se Vite ipetihinas : ; ,{ornmen promote a cooper: pA . a
Ws : 1 holding discussions with Minis-} became a Barrister and Solicitor of Ure" ; Kenneth §. Wherry, said during
oe for NE cal’ Observatory _ at petisnnces ters and other concerned with} the Supreme Court, New Zealand reba eee PO) aren ate 1 broadcast that he does not want
Dial 3113 Lee eos seismograph said) Tpinidad’s policy said that he} ir. 1928, He has been called to th ee a a bi hen ei e re pu
D Ni ht Paee See Spree Neat oC finds the West Indies fascinating.| Bar of the Inner Temple Hej cnase « irming implements, en
ay or Nig }quake 2 it was “very close

( 10 t ral

Ne. daitade haw be : ted was engaged in private practice sae indu ay in rura) ao Aot-to recognise Communist:Chine
\? Oo Gamage nas peen TPO from 1928 to 1940, and served in|? eu os ! 4 manpower anc

vere the New Zealand Expedttionars inplement agricullural ineome

ry .
Truman Arrives Force from 1941 to 1945, retiring|°xP9nd and develop programme

vith the rank of Major, He was|”! literacy end general vducat 8 Tren this morning with a warnin

y Brace > *row . ‘ th Lub said: “If we are going Fs s
7. uppointed a Crown Counsel on the n u v to Russia not to tamper with whe
onre** Makes A In Frisco Malayan Establishment in 194(|'0 heve neace.. people have | rot | Jag athe ‘ Pénee Treaty r



he Senate to ratify the Japanese f L th nN

Peace Treaty until Japan promise or ess a

~U.P i
TRUMAN WARNS RUSSIA



President Truman left Washing













ichiner
" ies ee . ‘ i was r “ Senior |{o feel that Life is worthwhil tha .
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 3 nd was promoted to Senior sak t Truman took off for tne
President oe. Mirae here | Federal Counsel in 1950. He is at} 10! only. for themselves bit, fo \' Bk t as 0820 E 'S rc t e rice
& Monday to open the Japanese | Present acting as a Puisne Judgejtheir children.” He stressed 1! tT RUSSIAN DORE 2
re ic ion n . ac ec conference as British Min-|#! [poh in the State of Perak he American programme has py, Serge Voronoff, 85, worl
| ister of State Kenneth Younger } iP Vater Se 2 ; oe tae re 7 Bs tng | amous Ru mn bor thority o
ae z x ra predicted thut the treaty t tur has no ¢ ulldren, Is expe dl to take an refort it sted in ist nivenatio . avlment died or :
j SAN FRANCISCO, Se “pt. 3, Japan to ic Batty at Ratan ip the duties of his new appoint rn Europe —UP. Saturday atte 7 aa yin er of other English
British Minister of State, Kenneth Younger predicted] would be signed on schedule or. | ert about the middle of Dece: oe in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Newspapers by air
Monday that the Japanese peace conference would wind up!Saturday. The President’s plane }>° a Red Li hts Over fucts surrounding his death hav pap’ Y
on schedule next Saturday despite any attempts to stall|#rived at San Francisco's inier-| ¢7 ALIN — SENDS MESSAGE Be: been kept as a mystery as the cit
. national, airport a few hours a aca eiie g 2 erematory said arrangements hac
" Se te ae ae before the Russian delegation) 70 MAO TSE TUNG Allied Lines been made to cremate the body |
After conferring with Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, | <.. eT ees ae ; as . ein dated’ cuvicaitiae rp
, “c Was to recieve a copy of the rule TOKYO, Sept. 3, CENTRAL FRONT ver lat er cancelled.—U.V
Younger told reporters he was confident of the majority of|of procedure for the conference] Communist Peiping radio broad aa “ptember 3
votes needed for the adoption of the tough set of rules pro-! designed to block their plan to} cast a message on Tursday fror Mysterious red us foated) LABOUR REBELS ARE





posed by the U.S. and Britain in an attemnt to thwart any — prevent signature of the pone Site : — Stalin te
Communist filibuster at the conference. | ‘The President formally opens ‘ving Communist air ‘te rah

- t . +j t ; : . 7 a . : 7 , 7 .
Under the rules each delegatiun ,Britain and the United States have the conference with a 25 minute|defeat of Japan. The messag fu we |
gets one hour to air its views and|formulated for the conference. 7 ,

over the Allied lines or th PLAYING INTO HANDS

fourth consecutive might endl OF PROPAGANDISTS only a few days after

United Nations officers could offe





rege er eee





S speech at 7.30 p.m. Tuesday. ja reply to one 2 Cory a 7 tsLACKPOOL, Engl { j i
Foe miaulse Le HAWEr rte cdot hk be ah artifia Mesamene or ileal ae at 7 I ’ ise © ef e —_* heats commec jno explanation for their occur- BLACKPOOI 2 2! md ‘ Publication
question. Prolongation of the de-|is rigidly drawn in an effort to] ‘py, p ie smmed from ‘his! even? — - ‘yrence. The lights, one hanging} |. ‘ , een
ao cas 1
bate could occur only by the de-|'lock any Communist attempt to Ds “independence” witt Stali pe pty ’ Mage > t Alfs robert
cision of the entire conferenc stall or beg down proceedings by] p>" 2 le eek sa $3 we ' rs was quoted as saying tha'| apparently carried aloft by) Congress President Alfred Robe

! mference, . =. . S road smile on his ice the ‘hinese people = 1 the hallo stie » rd >| warned revolting left win

- pel a ‘vaang {the prolonged debate. i é ’ peor any the! alloon or helicopter, and ther é >

ee entices = confident Ther pn indications, Subardjo He waved to the »pplause of ®| liberation ar played a great'carried across the lines at an|Labourites Mon day that they ar j

vi eee nist s Bial considers, that rules fra the course| Sâ„¢all crowd of dig.itaries and{role in destroying Japanes:!altitude of 2000 feet by the p playing into the hands of Sovie'| ENGLAND S MOST
ie ee ore was with Acheson are a bit too rough. First meeting pelitical leaders on hand to meet) imperialism despite Kuornintar ailing north-easterly winds, | Propagandists |
“We did not sain gs: Mla 1 between Japanese and British| him Asked if he thought this] intrigues.” —U.P. —U-.P.

mally scuss any-





elege «ons to the conference



the Congress which opened Mon | IMPORTANT DAILY














































thi * H } 1 d 11} Was good weather for a_ peace |
ning. owever when pressed lite place Monday afternoc vhen} conference, Truman laughed jov- || y, Re t In my view
concerning Anglo-American plans |} Pp Sea a gat a ot a te Pars allant.’ It ° pe ~ 1 a ee 5 pele’
ahae a inte sie Cok al “aD8\}former Japanese Premier Shigeru| ially and said “yes excellent.” 1 J * of iY 16 Iv h my ds—it i |
he said, I think we: shall aye Yoshida calls on Younger was a chilly and overcast day, Advocate amaica Relic I und | e disse vice to our people PAPER
majority for the rules of procedure ; mae ; U.P 5 npaign within ow |
which will enable us to get - “i ; oo ' ; oe 20 edhe apt ge i ;
; vile id ; ‘ Yoshic Sunday after con- This Fund creeps slowly os m movement which can only have
San cantar id ee piibons ferring with -heson on “ques- upward after reaching the eee ead the effect of weakening the d d
7 agr 1e) ” e rules > ‘ s + udek 5 ry j
won't nie ‘e we wil) tions arising in connection” with $5,000.00 mark in almost 1.00 igges ing that the | at our door
there is no reason to think we wil Mfuat Se'wanten wo see| Albert Gomes’ Life || record time. te stn vats jie of Wescern power | Dalered, pt eaee Soe
Younger daid rules were in cro ng oon a e latter ar-| ~ the donations of those who j as of negotiation’ |
é 2s were in - ; : 2 :
" aa ri-) rived Younger came in by air . have not yet contributed. ‘end 00 the t W for 1
cess of being discussed with vari- leds y night i Threatened Is THIS YOU? .e 800 | |agreed sett! estions t
' u } onl a. . ae . > Elton & Elliot aed vl er
John Foster Dulles also attended m Our Own Correspondent } eee ee 5 Ag pe Mattle 2.00 bic ri rl Subscription... panasenorsaiion £10 per year
the Younger-Acheson meeting in } POR’ T-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 3! | West Indi: = se Jamz on a . a ; Or i |
Younger’s suite Earlier, Acheson TO-RAY’S WEATHER | An anonymous letter threaten- tt < aa ans in _ . K. ¥ M Ke r Ft 0) | J Vv st le | 2
talked with Carlos Romulo Aomu- |} ling the life of Trinidad’s Labot ne answer is ‘yes e . Tre Ithet « exce Starting October 1st
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Carh Calling

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f Porte House st James,

Lord Moyne,

Chan of Royal Cor lissi0on

39 the pa enger
Colembile on Sunday

With Cable & Wireless



h. GERALD GLOUMEAU of
M St. Even Fort, Lower Bay

for Trinidad over the

B.W.LA. to spend

innual leave He works
Cable and Wireless here.





ent, '
Theology b
AAR. J. W. L. G. CLARKE, sor
1Â¥4 of the late Mr. J. W. Clark
I mer headn ter of St
Leonard’s Boys’ School and Mrs.
larke f Bank Hall ar ci from
Cul 10 n Sunda by the
Coiombie
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th I Mat e ¢ | *
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ke Theology

Whe hou t the
ehouse t Mr.
B.A., a former



pursue law studies in England.

B.W.1.A. Operations



Officer ‘

AN GEOFF

M | LR¢ HER, nd their two
etl r Willian

en her I August

lida eturned rv Trini-

flerno¢ by

B.W.LA M Archer is Opera-

B.W.IA, at Piarco.

Educational Adviser

¢'PE? NG six weeks’ leave ir
S United Kingdom, is Mr.
J. I Ni |, Educational Adviset
to the Comptroller for Develop-
ment Welfare in the West
indi

Mt Nicol left Barbados on
Sunday evening by the Colombie.
He wa accompanied by his
vife

Education Officer

R. HERMAN D. BOXILL,
L formerly French Master
Harrison College and now Educa
tion Officer, St. Lucia sailed by
the Colombie for England on
Sunday. For the past few week
he had been holidaying in Bar
bados.

Leaving by the same ship were
Dr. and Mrs. S. D, Gun-Munr
and their three children.

Vinter Memorial Fund
“HE Codrington High School
Old Girls’ Association are
organising a dance at the Crane
Hatel to be theld on Saturday
October 13th The dance is it
aid of the Vinter Memorial Fund
The association is planning to
build a school hall in memory of
the late Miss Jessie Vinter a
former headmistress of the
school.
The Police Dance Orchestra
will be supplying the musie and

October 13th is the night before ,

full moon,



THE
4



BY THE WAY

{' you receive from Blackpool
a comic postcard showing a
red-nosed man looking at a girl in

bathing-dress thrqugh a telescope,

ind saying: “Dear me! What a
charming young lady!” you will
know that the Blackpool] Commit-
tee of Censorship has been at
work. Comic postcards are to be
spervised in future. The draw-
ing of the dishevelled roysterer
staggering out of a public-house,
will probably have the caption
“An excellent glass of beer!
Luckily, I know when I've had
sufficient.” Under all pictures of
a man and a girl will be printed:
“How do you do, Miss?” “I'm
quite well, thank you, And you?’

How to Begin
IVING advice to young writ-
ers, a painstaking mentor lays
great emphasis on the beginning

of a piece of writing. The reader, |
rested and in-}

he says, must be ;
terested by the very first words



This is not easy, particularly if |

you are writing about the harden-
ing process used in boiler-making

A beginning I always quote is that |
of an essay by Mr. Hilaire Belloc}

in “Hills and the Sea.” The open-
img words are: “It was on or about



1 Tuesday—I speak without boast-
ing.” But there is a form of be- |
finning which novelists love, and]
which is guaranteed to ke*p any |

honest man away
It generally rur

from the book



thought of Paul. .
Or This

Gaston Piauzoucq opened the

window of his fetid bedroom and |
listened, with the disgust of a per-

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Holiday Over

ETURNING

Long Leave
MRS. VICTOR
AL LEYNE and three child-

spending a holiday

morning by B.WJ A. Mr,

Government
Port-of-Spain i

> will spend the
his holiday here and in B.G.
; Staying with his

remainder of



had been here

Back From Cruise

Three Months . AND MRS. WM. PATTER-

ISS LUCILLE HU')TCHINSON
the Colombie ‘returned on "Sunday

When
the ‘General Hospital,

_ Correspondent
correspondent

, Jamates hurtlemne told
typed up his cables

storm for the Advocate while his
was part roofless.

ADVENTURES ;



Vaz Dias lot. Amsterdam



By Beachcomber
manent invalid, ‘““Narkover has always
; against the anti-
examinations.
invitation to
prising youngsters to revolt against
Han tite’ in a bevat conventional standards
all diplomacy and all

, business is what small minds
s Mauriac beginning ,

» plain truth would get no-
Smart-Allick Defends Y
namby-pamby
s to circumvent pre-
NOMMENTING

90 cadets from





aa re and the _Sorcerer—16

—=__—_—_——_



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Best Test Fo

What Do You Think
Of An Ink Blob?

CHICAGO, Sept. °.

A prominent psychologist said an ink splotch is the

best test for detecting insanity.

Despite many new test-

ing techniques ink splotch—a device almost as old as the
science of psychology itself—still is the best way to study
the subconseieus according to Dr. Helda Bolger of the Uni-

versity of Chieago

Bolger was one of approximately 5,000 delegates to the

American Psyehological

Association

Convention here.

In the ink splotch or Rorschach test the doctor analysed
the patient's reaction to a smear of ink on a piece of paper.
What the patient thinks he sees in the splotches gives the

doctor a clue to the ideas

Town Clerk
Suspended

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31,
the

Official intimation of
suspension of Mr. H, W. Farrell,
Town Clerk, from office as from
August 31, was given by the
Mayor, Coyncillor Raymond
Hamel-Smith at the statutory
meeting of the Council held or
Thursday.

The announcement. of suspen-
sion, received in silence by the
Ceuncil, read as follows:

“Conseguent upon certain re-

ports received from the Govern-
ment Auditor touching the
administration of the duties of the
Town Clerk and the appointment

by the Council of a Committee
under the chairmanship of
Councillor George Cabral to in-
quire and report upon the in-
cidents set out therein; and the

Town Clerk’s letter dated July 30,
1951, addressed to me, I have sus-

pemded the Town Clerk from
office on half pay as from
August 31, 1951.

“IT have further directed the
Acting Town Clerk to make

available to the Town Clerk true
copies of all relevant documents
1elating to the inquiry.”

August Was Record
Month For Fires
Black Market Eoard

(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 31.
Figures released by the Black
Market Board reveal that August
was a record month, Fines
amounting to $4,415.08 were im-
posed. This is the highest month-
ly total since the inception of the

Department...

One hundred and thirteen cases
against profiteers resulted in 110
convictions with three dismissals.
Mr. Ulric Cross, Black Market
Officer stated that he attributed

these results to greater co-opera-
tion from the public.

COMMISSIONER'S WIFE





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buzzing around in his head.

This test always will be the
‘old standby” for psychologists
Be explained Because _it
pi nts the patient with a “situ-
ation he never meets in every-
day life’. WHabit or culture sel-
dom are able to slip through and
all patient’s thoughts «bout blots
are spontaneous and original said
Bolger

But with some of the more re-
cent and more controversial test-
ing methods, habit plays a great
part im patients’ reaction she said.

One new technique is to ask
the patient to draw a picture of a
person. Dr. Arthur Belton, of
Iowa, State University, who uses
this method frequently said the
size of the picture and the size of
different parts of the body show
up various mental disorders.

A man who draws a picture of
an ugly woman according to Ben-
ton often is frustrated and has
aggressive resentment toward the
opposite sex. But another psy-

chologist said this merely means
that the cant draw very

well,
World Test

Another controversial testing
device is one which Bolger help-
ed to develop — the world test.
Here the patient is given a box of
230 miniature houses, fences,
dolls, barnyard animals, bridges,
cars and a fire engine.

He is asked to form a commun-
ity with the objects and the an-
alyst draws hints of various
forms of insanity from where he
places the fence or in which di-
rection he points the ear said
Bolger.

Other specialists said position
of the object usually is governed
by customs in the patient's com-
munity.

The
detecting forms
also disputed by U.S. leading
psychologists. Some believe the
person who likes bright colours
is aggressive and one who likes
soft colours is submissive. Bol-
ger said when coloured ink is
used in the Rorschach test many
different reactions are given.
Some might be reminded of blood
every time they see any shade
of red she said.



of colour in
insanity are

importance
of

A person who tries to restrain} ——_——_______—____.
natural impulses reacts very Ry Spor. Soe > Or Bet mne rhe
slowly to the sight of colour in
the ink splotch test she said.

But Belton disagreed. He said
the individual's reaction on col-
our was based more on culture

than peculiarities or the subcon-
scicus mind.—(U.P).

Grenada Sugar
Industry Ends
Record Year

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, September 1.

Grenada’s sugar industry ended
a record crop year last Tuesday,
the total output of sugar being
2,758.14 tons, highest yield since
establishment of the Woodlands
sugar factory.

Last year’s total was 1,669 tons
and 1949 yielded 1,636 tons, The
season’s output in Special Grade
fugar wag 204.7 tons and 2,553.7
tens Dark Crystals. Canes ground
totalled 33,180 tons, peasant
growers contributing 14,170 tons.
’ Fifty-four thousand proof gal-
lons of rum were distilled for
the entire crop. It was an eight-
month longtgrop owing to delays
caused by the February-Maren
strike and heavy rains later in
the season.

T’dad Tobacco Have
Good Trade Balance

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31.



Trinidad and Tobago had a
favourable trade balance of
$14,409,213 for the first seven

month period this year when ex-
ports topped imports.

The value of all exports (do-
mestic exports and re-exports)
for the period January to July
amounted to $132,493,935. The

value for the indjvidual months

were January and February
$31,250,715; March $19,065,400;
April $19,781,276; May $23,370,-
3421; June $19,047,534; July

319,978,607.

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—L.E.S.

Free World to penetrate the Iron Curtain.

India Inquiring on {rag Withdraws
Pakistan War Levy: Aid From Syria

NEW DELHI, Sept. 3
Minister dealing with Pakistan

BAGHDAD, Sept. 3.





affairs G. Ayangar Gop Iraq announced the withdrawal
told Parliament that tt from Syria of military aid granted
ernment of India is making last May when hostilitic with
inquiries about Pakistan Govern- |srael flared on the south Syrian
eh wo of a “compulsory War frontie; A communique Q an-
evy peing collecte o 10n- ;

Muslims living “ cae Pakise Houncing . the and Oe a8 oe
tan. The Minister said the Gov- Military ald consisted of ’ alrera

ernment of India has no means of 44 a contingent of troops. Ii
verifying the report imimediate- Said Iraq pointed out that the
ly and advised agains: the discus- issue is now before the United

Nations Security Council] and that
the resumption of hostilities was
unlikely.

sion of a motion of adjournment
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Be New
King of Jordan?

AMMAN, Sept. 3

An extraordinary session of the

wily elected Jordan National

embly, opened to face the
problem of who will be the new
King of Jordan. Emil Talal, the
elder son of the assassinated King
Abdullah is expected to succeed
to the throne if his health per-
mits.

He is soon to return after leav-
ing a Swiss clinic, where he is
convalescing, Because of Talal’s
health, however his younger
brether, Emir Naif was named
Regent upon the King’s assassina-
tion, After the assembly opened
Naif left for Switzerland with an
official delegation to bring _ his
brother back to Jordan -UP



Egypt May Buy

Army From Russia
CAIRO, Sept. 3

The President of the Egyptian
Chamber of Deputies proposed

that Egypt buy arms from Russia.
Addel Salam Fahmy Goma Pasha
said in an interview with the
newspaper Al Misri that the na-
tion's main concern should not be
whether to abrogate the Anglo-
keyptian treaty but to be strong.

Hig proposal came after Russia
surprised all of Egypt as well as
Western allies by failing to veto
the three power resolution in the
United Nations Security Council
ordering Egypt to lift the Suez

Canal blockade.
Russia had hinted before the
vote she would veto the Resolu-

tion, Egyptians had taken it for a
fact that she would,

The Cabinet decided in Alexan-
dria last night after a four hour
meeting to reject the United

Nations order until Israel complies
with Palestine resolutions on re-
patriation of Arab refugees and
the internationalization of Jerusa-
lem passed in 1948,

—DU.P.



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Grenada Action
Committee To Foil
Eric Gairy

(From Our Own Correspandent)

ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 1.
Grenada's recently formed
sclion Committee, pledged to
i Erie M. Gairy’s bid for the
reurn of an M.M.W.U.-domina-

“large teq Blected block at the October

â„¢%) general elections and spear-
headed by Hon. T. Albert Mar-
yshow at its propaganda end
last Sunday afternoon selected ¢

nel of candidates to contest
rch of the eight, in cases de-
laring support of some already
n the fray.

Mr. Marryshow
being on a visit to Trinidad ar
the busimess of the Action Com-
mittee which comprises a repre-
entative group of citizens, in-
cluding prominent businessmen

was absent

planters and others interested in
focal affairs.

The candidates selected were
1s follows:

Town of St. George—Hon. T
A. Marryshow.

Parish of St. George—Hon. E
A. Mitchell, former President and
row Vice-President of the riva‘
Grenada Workers’ Union whose
opponent will be Mr. Gairy him-
self.

&, Davids—Mr. L. Cc. J
Thomas, President of the G.W.U.'

St. Andrew's (South)—Hon. |
T. E. Noble Smith.
Sa. Andrew's (North)—Hon |
Ralph O. Williams \
St. Patrick’s—Mr. Eric oust
land
St. John’s—St. Mark's—Mr.
|

Clarence Ferguson, G.W.U. Secre-
tary.

Carriacou—Mr.
vester.

Cc. St. B. Syl-



Mr. Gairy has now announced
that his candidate for the Capi- |
tal seat, opposing Mr. Marryshow
will be Mr, Alban Radix, Bar-
rister-at-Law. Earlier, Mr. Gairy
was doing his best to get Mr
Ronald O, Williams, a prominent
Barbados-born merchant to ac-
cept M.M.W.U., support, but this
gentleman has declined, it is be-
lieved largely due to the sur-
prise and indignation of other
leading businessmen, particulariy
Mr, W. E. Julien who last week
issued a circular declaring him-|
self a prospective candidate for
the seat. It was Mr. Julien'’s in-
tention, he said, to enter the con-
test, if Mr. Williams stood, not
with the object of fighting Mar-



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THE re abo
Tuesday, September 4. 1951 tdinburgh i
— t Princes Street
and wonderful street
+ 7 = because it ‘ it
INSURANCE rather indifferent buildings on o
side And the Highlander n
IN passing unanimously last week an is always scathing about the

y . English antics of Edinburgh, point
address by Mr, J. A. Haynes suggesting ait that tie view fa. mostly tha'oad
that the Government undertake the insur- North Eastern I ay’s statio
, built fo k < Scotsmen
ance of small houses in this island, the ata te taal epg rege
House of Assembly showed an awareness | Princes Street ll I have to say
f ‘ f tec 1inst th Fe val C Edin-
of the necessity for a measure of protec eee ea bsen easing a ees
tion for people who cannot afford to Insure of the t The Sadler's
their property against storm or hurr’cane. Wells Ballet 1 town; new plays
: are on the | there was a

That such insurance is necessary, will be

“Gathering of the

hat



Clans,” (¥

admitted by everyone who has taken any a touristic performance that weet
; . J 5 vic lfarc A , ial friend was a little
interest in the matter of social welfare in Teed the Geer Hit: tae Oa

this island and especially of the housing

problem. The extent of the calamity can
be gauged if one considers what would
have happened if the cyclone, which

passed this island on Saturday night and

hit Martinique on Sunday, had veered a

little more in its course and had hit Bar
bados instead.

It has been objected that the insurance
of houses should be the work of private
companies and not of the Government.
This objection might be sustained if the
matter was considered purely from the

point of view of business or if it could be
established that Government funds should
never be expended unless with the idea of
protit.

In this case it
insurance would be in the form of
service and one which is sorely needed in
this island. According to the figures men-
tioned in the address, the number of houses
involved would be about 40,000. These
would house the population in this island
and while it is not that the
exact number which would be damaged
in the event of a hurricane, it is easy to
visualise the privation ‘and want which
would follow any disaster such as fore-
shadowed in the address.

But it might be easier to incline to the *
opinion that the Government should un-

can be argued that such
social

likely this is

dertake the insurance of these houses
when other factors are taken into consid-
eration. At present there is a Housing

Loans Department operated by the Gov-
ernment and circulating $750,000 for the
purpose of making loans to workers in the
agricultural industry for repairing or
building houses, This department has been
in operation for 13*months and has made
2,900 loans,

if there is this crying need for the build-
ing, reconstruction and repair of houses,
it is clear that there is a corresponding
need to protect them. It must be remem
bered that these are the houses of people
who fall in the low
who are not in position to replace

income groups and
homes.

of Scottish

Turning
met i
Knights of St.
young
pony

shift

hear :
ery
fine

Edinburgh Fe
arrival on a

i i
y coloured play

the Sixteenth
walking home
High Street he
mounted cavalcade of
John ‘escorting the
Queen Mary (of Scots), on a
He was so confused by the
in time that he expected to
watchman, later that night,
out “Past one o'clock, and
clear morning’.
The impromptu feature of the
ival was the sudden
truck of a company

life in

vtury and was



into the















of young student actors from Ox-
ford. They decided, on the spur
of the moment, to dash northward,
To provide “working capital”, each
of the actors lent £5 to the com-
pany—and travelled to Edinburgh
in the borrowed truck. They put
on “Hamlet” and “Twelfth Nigne
pretty much they imagined
Shakespeare produced Shakes-
peare—wtih a nmium of scen-
er) The English bard took over
exactly the sam tage in Edin-
burgh from 1ich Robbie Burns
is said to have spoken his tyanquil
lines.

THE SCORTON SILVER

ARROW

A little village of a thousand
inhabitants, i North of Yor
shire, the centre of E
archery. Thi port has regi
an interesting return to favour
sincé the war Last eekenud
fifty of the finest archers in Eng-
land assembled this village of
Seorton for the 279th annual
contest for the Silver Arrow, The
competition is very mple The
man who first hits the “gold”
the rine around the black centre
of the target, adjudged the
winner Some of the competitors
last week were over seventy
and one had successfully gained
the “Arrow” fifty years ago. This
“Scorton Arrow” is accepted
among initiated archers, as being
the ori al silver row presented
bs l ) Elizabeth to Oxford
University to be competed for
each year. Only two of the com-
peters bent the traditional ash.
All the rest used modern bows

Third Party Insurance





To the Editor, the Advocate,
It must also be remembered that these are SIR,--In your leading article of
the houses which are overcrowded. me August a eee we
. z . . . question of providing for compul-
The address sets a figure of 40,000 sory insurance against third party
houses; and even if this might be regarded motoring risks in connection with
: $43 : ' a recent case wh the Legisla-
as too high, it is easy to accept a figure of | #./< was obliged to vote tunds for
20,000 which would accommodate half the compensating the orphans of a
population of the island. It is somebody's | /)8" oi tally. Fabre eh a ee.
1 Governme ehicle, ‘Ne
business to offer protection to these ture to suggest that in this article
people who cannot afford their own. In you ee ing fo .a ve is-
2 . : : les an lat in ( you are taking
the absence of private enterprise there is ihe’wrong line in both of’ them,
little reason why the Government should ‘These issues eve (1) Ought we in
1. : Barbados to introduce ympulsory

I

not undertake the business, ‘Mind warty. Anca ET TERY
This insurance of houses is primarily a vehicles? and (2) Ought Govern-
ment to insur its own Vehicles?

social service but it is also a profit business.



At this stage, it is arguable whether the Compulsor party insur-
¢ » cis . ance to cover person injury

Government, having declared its policy of pean “enptor waeldente’ 1h cin tae
awaiting an economic survey before em- in many countries, both British and
3 Bick A oreign, and in countries where it
barking on large scale financial operation, iexnot anforoed tihere ta Ras iin
should enter upon this matter of insuring outery in favour of it when the
the 20,000 houses supporter of a family is killed or
s reel : ; abled by an uninsured car, Rut

The address raises a question which the case for compulsory. third
must be faced. This form of social service pay a urance is far from er
. . : : : ec irst on must remember
is overdue and its need is becoming more SHEN inwusanoe: aeeulded A panties
imperative with each hurricane season. only in here a legal claim
: as) ae Bn py . a lies against the owner or driver

It might be that those who feel that priv Gee car, if ab dieahledionen
ate enterprise should undertake the was responsible for the accident,
‘ . : , yf 10tl Secon¢ {=
launching of the scheme will win the day oki ors ; bei on ar
but this insurance of houses is a matter ory insurance is a very expensive
which should be carefully examined be- eng Its { result is ae
aa rig ‘ : + up 1e cost of existing voluntar

fore it is rejected. Any such analysis will policies on tl eneral grounds

show that it is necessary and it should not

that compulsory insurance brings





: . : sO i, on the whole the more unsound
be so difficult, having arrived at this con- DARREL “ahd: bitiee, ibcomvetent
clusion, to decide who should undertake it. drivers and thus increases the

verage risk Its next result as
a rule is to raise the level of court

¢ ‘ . Daa t 1. proportio
London Gets More Cumming | 6) eee 6)! proporuon to
7 wha rw we erore \ ras \i-
Rat Enieuny troduced. Now no one "would
‘ a grudge the payment of proper
LONDON’S most experienced rat-catch- compensation tO the dependents
, : dis led working man asec
ers say they are faced with a more cunnit ta disayied working man, bused
, \ ‘ on a reasonable essment of his
enemy than the sewer (or Norway) rat earning: capacity plus something
which has been the City’s main menace to. cover the pain and distress
- erising from injury. But when

Sewer rats are dying out, but their place



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the Courts begin to award enor-









is being taken by the more destructive AOE | SAS Ae es .
and cleverer ship rat. Rat-catchers say that aera aKAt Taine Kills Rue Bical ed
they are barely holding their own against ed to : he 8 9
the ship rat invasion é eroploy. private
“The ship rat is the most sly, clever olic evire aie EMRETION
fellow, measuring 18 to 20 inches from tip laimants nore part cularly
to tail.” Mr. William Dalton, member of a vhi eC ts occur to crowded
family concern which have been engaged Aha ; ; Re ea nee tie
in rat destruction for nearly a century, ; ; Pry SBE eAen,
said to-day. Leah ea eet oe eee
1,600 IN NIGHT premium of $1,500 per year is
“It amazes us how the ship rat manages es nen aie ae * re aoe p
to find its way into the most unlikely places, y f t ild mean a
appearing, as it seems, from nowhere. We na , oar
find them in ‘rat proof’ apartments, in Cit ( f
boardrooms, and on island sites where one
would imagine it would be im; ible f , “i

them to penetrate.

“ony

derr elopment ot cent eati
ana bD er-house ext
breed mfort. (
1,600 rat i le okt.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

From Britain



By

D. T. ROBERTS
i t steel A little mild
blir ZO with an afte:noon
rehe For every arrow fall
n the rings inside the
te”, the rcher collects six-
pence; for am arrow 1n the “white”
the archer is fined sixpence; when
the wind carries an arrow out of
true, or it falls short, a little mild
swearing—we presume of a med-
ieval kind—can he heard. For
each of such expletives, the Ree-~

tor of Scorton collects a shilling
And by the end of list Saturday
afternoon his church had gained
twenty-seven of these shillings.

The contest was won by a press
photographer-—which proves
nothing.

Writing letters to the “Times”
is one of the traditions of English
life—so many aspire to be unpaid
journalists and can be seen strug-
gling with composition in the
writing rooms of London clubs.
The cream of this week’s letters
was surely the revelation that a
small number of wild goats sur-
vive in the Welsh mountains.
They are much larger than the
domestic goat. “They are rarely
seen and so far appear to have
defied being photographed”. They
are black and white, and when
disturbed, they move in proces-
sion across the rocks with the
largest billy-goat with a _ black
beard, bringing up the rear. You
can believe all this if you like
A Greek friend tells me that tne
last wild goat to be captured in
Crete was sent present io
President Truman.

IN BRITISH POST OFFICES

Journalists usually push quite
a load of printed pleadings into
theiy waste-paper baskets every
morning. But one little item has
caught my notice lately. An
organisation called the “National
ration of Sub Postmasters”
been sending me brochures
the information that the
1 Post Office is engaged in
dy campaign against the
thonsands of little post-offices that
st, all over the country, run
alongside a general store, or a
“chemist’s shop”. Apparently
these useful people are too com-
plicated for the accountants of the
Post Office to keep track of. The
latest brochure tells me that in
London alone there were 909 of
these little sub-post-offices in
1938; ten years later there were
mly 771. And these simple figures
give me to think on what a post-
office represents. The little old
post office represents gossip, the
chatter of the village and the
locality. In the town where I
was brought up, the post offices
were usually at the bach{ of
chemists’ shops so I found it
odd to go to France and have to

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ss, although it is unusual for
Governments or indeed for any
large publie transport corporations
to take out commercial inyirance
policies, they may reasonably do
so if they think they might incur
claims large enough to embarrass
them. On these grounds several
West Indian Governments, unlike
most Governments elsewhere, in-
sure their buildings. But in general
it is cheaper and sounder for any
cgncern operating say twenty or
more vehicles to carry its qwn in-
surance, Such a concern ought to
be able to securé better drivers and
maintain its vehicles in sounder
condition than the average and is
cor oe likely to lose money
in the long run if it takes out
commercial policies, whose premi-









ire necessarily based on a
ruihcr lavish assessment of the
average risk. If Government

ishes to avoid having to turn. to
the Legislature for a vote every
time one of its vehicles has an
accident involving personal in-

jury, the answer is not to take out
commercial policies but rather to
set aside an appropriate sum annu-
ally in respect of each vehicle and
to build up an internal insurance
Jund,

Indeed, if the Legislature were
to introduce compulsory third
party insurance, with the prob-
able effect of raising the premiums
of commercial policies, Govern-
ment far from “setting an exam-
ple” by submitting itself to such
compulsion, should seek exemp-
tion from the regulation, and
should avoid this unnecessary
expenditure on the perfectly valid
ground that it is capable, without

the help of any insurance com-
pany, of meeting any claim to
which it could possibly become
liable
I am Sir,
Yours faithfully,
CENTVPEDE,



Animal Welfare

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR.-As a member of the
R.S.P.C.A. now visiting Barbados,
may I enquire what happens after
a conviction of cruelty to animals ?
Is there any protection from the
owner’s wrath for the animal
involved ?

Recently an owner was fined for

cing a galled donkey, and
ch worse case some little time
ago, resulted in a brutal owner

prison for kicking a much
oaded donkey in the
act nd beating violently
id with a heavy stick

it



the owner, a
in saw | But what hap-
e@ was released af

ter









Usually there are four or five |
openings in the gr and four or}
five servants of the Crown stand- |
ing behind the counter. Usually |
two or three are gathered in a
corner talking together while
notices hang on the grill saying

“Position Closed’ — which means
being translated into plain Eng-
lish, “queuc along there. we arc
tired.”

And that reminds me of another
notice that came in my morning
mail. The Postmaster General,
through his press officer, informed
me that he is organising, in Lon-
fon, courses for his staff, this
winter. The subjects will inclucc
“Ballroom Dancing, Chess, Home
Upholstery, Lingerie, Literature.
Petrol Engines, Speech Mbking,
Weaving and Woodwork”. The
notice adds that “Many of, the
classes will be held on Post Office
premises”. This brings a charm-
ing picture the mind's eye
Imagine, in the depths of next
winter, the London

lo *ch
the eV

lo

are

room, imagine a little practica!
Speech Making, while a group
concentrates on its Upholstery in
And remember that
our Post Office also runs our
telephones, The exchanges would
seem to be excellent rendezvous
for a little weaving in the even-
ing.

PLAQUE FOR PIONEERS

Many of our - transatlantic
friends, we feel, will be surprisec
to learn that Sir John Alcock ané
Sir Arthur Whitten-Brown werc
the first to make the direct Atlan-
tic Night. This perhaps is due tc
certain heavy publicity given to <
certain other party. Whatever
it is now decided that a memoria
will be erected at London Airpor:
to commemorate their
flight across the Atlantic on June
14th, 1919.

the corner.

remarkable

Jim Mollison suggest:
that the memorial . should
the lawn right in front of the
administrative building where it
would be seen by every trans-
utlantie passenger, and pilot. It
is also being asked what the pre-
sent Government in Newfoundland
has done with the barn at Mount
Pearl Farm, near St. Johns, that
Newfoundland bought in 1934 as
part of an experimental and
training farm. For it was from
this barn that the aviators set out

and a plaque on the walls of
their makeshift hangar might be
appropriate.

CONSTANT LAMBERT

The musician who died thi:
week in London was one of those
as much memorable for vheir wit
as their works. Ne was one of the
world’s collectors —- but of cuts,
and birdeages, par ‘plienalia of

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Roads In St. Andrew

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Please permit me space
to comment on the conditions of
roads in St. Andrew. There is the
Main Road Bridge which is
broken down by Haggatts Planta-
tion and the leading road to Belle-
plaine from all parts by way of
Sturges, Spring Vale, Baxters,
Bruce Vale, Seniors, Park, Melvin |
Hill, St. Sylvans Village, Sugar
Hill, Bissex Hill. It is also the
leading road to St. Simon’s from.
Belleplaine, St
Walkers, Bawden’s, Swf/as, Turner
Hall, Gregg Farm, and Hillaby.
May I suggest that the sugges-
tion as put forward by the two
Honorary Members for our parish
be acted upon and the road by way
of St. Simon's Chapel via King
Street to Walkers Main bé opened’
ONE OF THE SUFFERERS
ST. ANDREW



Dissatisfaction

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Please permit me space tc
divulge a bit of dissatisfaction
that exists on Number 10 bus
route. This route is provided with
two buses and jeach makes only
one extra trip 6h Saturdays, This
is inadequate. In fact the tempo
of the day service is reduced,
though there are obviously more

passengers.
A SUFFERING PASSENGER



Uindsbury Road

To the Editor, the Advocate.
SIR,—I would gladly like one of
the Authorities to visit the area
of Gilkes Land, Hindsbury Road



ri ; Post Offices
closed against customers, and in
he reping in the foyer, there
are Ballroom Dancing classes, and
round behind the counter they
are playing chess; in the sorting

notes (say about ls. 6d. a head).
Roll Call
On the appointed day up drove a fleet of
polished and painted motor-coaches. They
came from the Danish border, from the far}
end of Germany in the other direction, from

Andrew’s Church

‘ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951

HITLER'S TOP BRASS
GANGS UP OVER A
Is. 6d. LUNCH

CLOSE on Dr. Adenauer’s warning—
that he will jump on near-Nazi parties
in the West zone of Germany—comes_
this report of a strange meeting of | R°**
Hitler’s ex-officers. They have a differ- 3
ent line .., a line that gives Dr. Aden-| 3
auer a new enemy within—And 500 ;
take on a Stalin job.

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for a meeting ? Of course, said the landlord.

“Right,” said the Colonel,
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Buy ye 4 tnbaceatlat. all kinds, not of collecvor’s pieces. }tioned rose and stated his rank. “And you'd % = =
ut the big post-offices are mainly His life was an extended search p 2 .
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British habit of standing in line erature or music, that he tound | majors, claimed to have belonged to the
was born in the big post office. smuring. Waffen S.S.” (Hitler’s last-stand army.)
Then the assembly hall doors clanged shut
and the generals discussed army matters.
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urence are largely mythical. It ment for a case like this, I would ‘Struggle
is a far better policy to encourage confiscate the done and cart ‘ . rn ‘ |
Voluntary Ynsucatios and tweed giVette wreseok , a om ere After two hours they formed a leadership | \ '
out unsound mepioles and danger- compulsory subscription from the {ring of ex-soldiers. The word they used for ‘
ous or incompetent drivers. nen owner to the §.P.C.A. He would > > >
the hard eases arise, let Govern- also be forbidden by the Court to joader tehip is Puehrung. You recoguise she
ment if it wishes deal with it by own another animal as he did not word linked with Fuehrer, meaning Hitler.
a charitable grant. know how to treat it, but if he}]And th »y -epte
As to insuring Government wanted to take his wares to reaps: pied the formation ofA sikh e
vehicles, on the face of it there is market he could get a hand - cart in the usual Wehrmacht manner — by bang-
no case for requiring Government and push it himself, ing beer mugs.
to insure against third, party Yours faithfully,
claims, since it is one of the few VISITOR. he a aks i Paes ; ° |
bodies which can meet any What ~ this leadership ring ? Yet enother|
however large. Neverthe- militarist Rightist clique of generals ready

to draw up plans of attack and defence ? Not
a bit of it. At least, not according to the

sin 8 | FLOUNCINGS



A tattered and creased copy of his mani-
festo, which I found later at Veerssen, is a
strange compound of army slogans and some

Nazi Party slogans.



in Black, White and Colours

But the sentiments are
















exact copies of what you can read daily—| e
| contributed to the pages of the East German} Z fi = x
Communist Press by ex-officers who have | YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.
come down on the other side of the fence.

e

Veerssen, two hours north of the Hanover |
motor road, is the last village before you get| DA COSTA & co. LID.
to the Soviet zone border. It is a recognised |
highway to the West.

The colonels, the generals, and the admir-|)&=
“ could nip over the frontier any night and} - Ese se
e back in time for lunch bringing their | %

DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT

Aum with them, and its wording sug- 3
gests that this is, in fact, what happened. x :
‘Fuehrung *

1%

Rearmament of a ‘torn, divided Father-| &

ae says the appeal, would mean war. % AND THESE
hen come Nazi phrases—almost untranslat- 3 Too!

Pa aperey the great struggle that is going *
n “for our people's right to live.” “For peace, § ‘

Gulte national character, and culture.” iP: Kippers

4,

vee

x Hutter Heans

It warns that politicians have a habit of

VCO

Iam one of the unfortunate deserting the German people and says :— 1% Lettuce :
oaidente ae thie one =e “Comrades—known the world over as + x
ditions of the road are deplorable. ] ,1, : . = . :

Would someone in power do champion fighters—must’ avoid this and take 3 Canada Dr x
something tangible to help this} their place in the ranks so that the German § m y §
sickening c¢ afte, is > 7
mine Paras that sould tes people and Fatherland cannot be sacrificed Drinks S
repaired in the near future ana] to foreign interests.’ munss
let residents of the area live in ~
happiness nen Cee is rain. Tt all adds up to exactly the kind of defeat- Carr’s x
08 8.61 ROAD SUFFERER. | ist talk—so long as it takes place in the West 3
of Germany—that is heartily approved in Hiscuits 3
. . ,
: as srmany
Ashbmed? East Germany. . ‘ 3
mm ee >
To the Editor, the Advocate. L k Out! s —* Coffee ~

SIR,—I, as a flood sufferer, think oo ut. x
that the present Labour Govern- a
ment should be ashamed to come} At Bonn Chancellor Adenauer announced he| %
jewer 0 voters and ask —- is going to jump on near-Nazi parties that! 8

any v »s i Por y Biec-i} ... : ’ = ‘
ior any votes in the coming Elec-| are preaching Hitler's 25-point programme. ¥ %

Fancy, they are very eager to oat x g
help another country and never He should also study the flow of military! $
willing to help their own! I amjideas across the zonal boundaries and get 3 =

é Ss 1 zon € B ¢ get! & ~
at present a resident of the Pine!, : 7 , y ‘
ar d this Leper ane has not | his border patrols to watch out for a flow of | % Jy & R BREAD & CAKES %
given me one cent in the recent|Red gold from the Eastern ring of ex-Wehr-% The es ake in se sian >

in th t|Red gold f the I f ex-Wehr.% Th Hest I im land
listribution compensation macht men t ‘hi mrades who are read‘ ws >

wee 7 wae that 1 ; macht } sO UN comrades no are ready * °
likely to go mad abany time, {to play the Red game in the West © phone GODDARD Swe deliver}

FLOOD SUFFERER. inal TS Ny -
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER

4, 1951



VESTRY AGREE TO REPAIR DEANER

Mottley Wants The
Building For School

An echo of the suggestion of converting the Deanery into a
secondary school, was heard at the meeting of the St.

Michael’s Vestry yesterday.



Conditions In
Antigua Are
Improving

Conditions in Anti ry

















much improved a ; vi t
was there six weeks ago and the
Union and the plantation « r
seem to be desirous <« etting
together and settling their fer-
ences in an amicable wa Mi
G. H. Adams, Leader of tl Bar-
bados House bly told
the Advocate yesterc
Mr. Adams returned
B.W.LA. last week from
where he had appear
Union newspaper in an
libel suit in which thers
article attacking Hon. R
Christian, a member of the Le
islative and Executive Councils,
Mr. Christian claim £2,000
damages and a special jury which

included two planters
him 1/- damages,

awarded

During the trial } aid that
- the court house was packed and
every thing went off peacefully

and quietly. There were no peo-
ple in the streets like six weeks
ago when a crowd rush the

of the court house.

On that occasion, an injunction
was being sought against some
trade unionists who were picket-
ing the business premises of a
merchant a result of a trade
dispute which the union had with
them.

During the alleged libel action
Mr. Adams said that Mr. Bird. the
President of the Antigua Workers’
Union did not attend the trial on
the first day as he was out in the
country with Mr. Moody-Stuart
who owns most of the sus
tates in the island, exhorting the
labourers to go on with the reap-
ing of the sugar crop



gates




ig





To quote Mr. Moody-Stuart’s
own words, he said: “It is not a
truce they want in Antigua, but



peace in the sugar industr

With regard to the re
quiry held in that colony,
that both sides spoke hig
Frank Walcott and_ his
during the sitting of the enquiry
and it is felt that evider
given on both sides has helped
clear the atmosphere considerably
and that cgpditions will be much
improved in the future

$9.60 For
Bad Language

Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” yester-
day fined Enid Headley a 40-year-
old domestic servant Queen’s
Street $9.60 for using indecent
language along Queen’s Street on




the





September 2,
Police Constable 120 Bradshaw

said that Headley was apparently

under the influence of drink when
the offence was committed.
Before imposing the fine Mi
Griffith told Headley “that the
language she used was very bad
and if she had a previous convic-

tion he would not have hestiated
in sending her to prison.
% * :

]
‘olice

Mr, C. L. Walwyn, Acting P

Magistrate of District “A”, dis-
charged Edith Brathwaite of
Chapman Lane, St. Michael after

the evidence in an indictable case





of larceny brought by -the Police
was shown to be unreliable by
Mr. B. Niles counsel for
Brathwaite.

The Police alleged that Brath-
waite on July 4, stole money to
the value of £19 15s. from Oscai
Mayers, Mr. Niles also submitted
that as far as the evide ent
there was no prima facie case

against his client.
* ‘

Ingram Yearwood of Hindsbury







Road was taken to the General
Hospital on Septer r 2, about
9.15 p.m., and detained after he
was involved in an accident with
the motor car M-829 owned and
driven by Dudley Sealy of Bay
Street on Bank Hall Road the

same day

‘STUDENT,’ ‘ADVISER’
LOADING SUGAR

TWO Harrison Liners, S.S.
Student an Adviser, are
here loading a total of 6,100 tons
of sugar for England. stu-
dent is taking 2,700 for
Liverpool while the







tons
Adviser
taking 3,400 tons for London,

The Adviser arrived Sunday

from Grenada and the Student
came in yesterday from St. Vin-
cent. Both ships are consigned
to..Messrs. Da Costa & Co. Ltd..






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The Churchwarden Mr. McD.
Symmonds was asking that he be
allowed to carry out certain neces-

sary repairs to the Deanery. It
was eventually decided that the
repairs should be carried out but

that the cost should not exceed



Before the decision was mad
Mr. E. D. Mottley said that the
matter of repairs to the Deanery
tad already been the subject of
controversy at the Vestry. He
relerred to the suggestion that
bad been made at the time that
the Dear should be made into

secondary school and a suitable
building provided for the Dean.
Attention, he said had been drawn

to the hundreds of children about

the island ‘who could not gain
entry to a secondary school
because of lack of accommodation.
The suggestion was put to the last
Bishop who had expressed sym-
pathy with it, and so had the
present Bishop, then Dean. He

had asked for time to consider it.

There was the legal snag, they
would remember that the building
was vested in the Dean and his
successors. Any man, said Mr.
Mottley, who would advise the
Dean or the Bishop not to give
up that. building for the purpose
desired, would be an enemy to
the Church and an enemy to. the

people. It must be borne in mind
that the Nestry was prepared to
‘ind suitable quarters for the Dean
in case the building be given up:

The Chairman Dean Hazlewood,
said that he had read in the
Vest Minutes that the last Dean
and Chairman of the Vestry had
asked for a year to consider the
matter. He did not think it was
more than five or six months
since he had made that request.
He did not think it could be
assumed that the Dean had with-
held his consent, for he certainly
did not have sufficient time ito
consider the matter and to come
to a final decision.

Mr. Mottley said that he had
no intention of inferring that the
Dean had withheld his consent,
and had not so inferred. All he
had said was that anyone who
would advise against the sugges-

tion of making the Deanery a
econdary school would be an
enemy to the Church and to the

people

Mr, Mottley then repeated that
the last Dean had expressed his
sympathy with the idea and had

given it his blessing. He therefore
thought the present Chairman

should say something in that re-
spect, before the motion for the
1epair of the Deanery be put,
The Dean replied that the
motion before the Vestry for re-
pairing the Deanery was _ not

conditional and he did not think

he was really compelled to
commit himself. Certainly he
would need time. Some other

members
with this id

expressed agreement
ea which was accepted,

Letters were received from the
Colonial Secretary and the Social
Welfare Officer pointing out that

a further sum of $4,408 had been
released from the Labour Welfare
Fund in connection with improve-
ments to the Princess’ Alice
Playing Field.

A letter was received from the
Headmaster of Combermere
School stating that through an
t in his office, the name
Browne, Franklyn Orville, had
been omitted from the list for-
warded to the Vestry from which
the last awards were made, The
candidate should have been placed
5th in order of merit. He was now

ror





asking that one-of the vacancies
which had since fallen due, be
awarded to Browne.

Two vacancies at the school
were filled by the Vestry. Browne
got ene and I. L. Morgan the
other.

Letters were received from the
Colonial Secretary about Gov~

ernment policy as regards hurri-
canes, highwinds and floods,

A letter from the messengers
the Poor Law Guardians ask-
ing that rain coats be provided
for their use in wet weather,
were referred back to the
Guardians.

Mr. Mottley told the Vestry
that owing to overhanging trees
along the streets they were not
getting the best results from the
electric and gas lights they had
in the streets. The Electric Com-

ol





pany wag prepared to trim th
trees if the Vestry would put a
notice in the Press asking the

co-operation of the people. The
Vestry agreed.

Mr. Mottley also drew to their
attention thit the lamps some-
times carried a shade which pre-
vented hundreds of people getting
the use of the lights and this
should not be done.

@ On page 7

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BOY SCOUTS from Pakistan marching down Whitehall.

YOUNG PAKISTAN STEPS OUT
AS SCOUTS PARADE IN LO

BARBADOS ADVOCATI

NDON

‘eft d

With more

than 600 other Scsuts from 40 different countries they went to West

minster Hall.
Chingford.—L.E.8.



All were from the international camp at Ailwell Park,



Public Relations
Adviser To C.D.W. Back

After Absence Of 2 Months

BACK
Mr. Philip Hewitt-Myring, }

in Barbados after an absence of

two months

-ublic Relations Adviser to the

Comptroller for Development and Welfare, described the

Conference

of Commonwealth
which he had attended at the Colonial Office as

Officers
“a very

Publie Relations

stimulating and successful affair,’ and added that he was

greatly pleased to note how

paid by the British public to colonial affairs.

At the Conference there were
officers from all over the Com-
monwealth ranging from such vas
territories s Northern Rhodesia
and Nigeria to groups of small
islands in the Pacific.

W. Indian Centingent

The West Indian contingent con-
sisted of Mr. Hone, Colonial
Secretary of British Honduras; Mr.
Garner, a member of the Trinidad
Secretariat; Mr. Harewood, In-






formation Officer of British Gui-
ana and himself
“One realised once more how

different are the problems of the
West Indies in many respects from
those of many of the big African
territories, for example: but no-
body tried to overpower our little
group by weight of numbers and
we certainly got our fair share of
speaking.

The meeting was opened by the
Secretary

of State for the Col-
James Griffiths; and Mr
former Administrative
tary at Hastings House, and
1ead of the Information De-
partment of the Colonial Office,
was in the Chair. He kept us very
hard at work for a couple of
weeks and when we weren't actu-
ally debating in the conference
room, we were being shown the
inner workings of the B.B.C., the
Central Office of Information, the
Crown Film Unit, ete., and could
get precise ideas as to the output
of all of them; what part of it was




t,



of special interest to our own
particular ; and what in the
way of spec material could be
made available to us if we asked
for it,

Different Position
Naturally, my own position wa
rather different from that of tt
majority of the other delegates
present since I could not be con-












much attention was now being



brought into this rather amorphous
subject of public relations and in-
formation services—inchiding
course, a whole lot of practical de-
tail on such subjects as inexpen-
sive printing of posters and meth-
ods of recording for broadcasting
purposes,

I enjoyed seeing London again
during this festival year and was
much impressed with the effort
which had been made to make
both the South Bank Exhibition
and other features of the festival
a real success, I was still more
pleased to find to what extent the
British public has become aware
c¥ the special needs and problems





of the colonies,
Not Boring
J do not think anyone could

say that the public as a whole now
regarded this subject as either
boring or unimportant. The small
size of the British paper remains a
handicap to proper coverage of
Colonial news Even so, in the
Press as well as on the radio and
in cinemas, information about the
colonies and discussion of their
problems are getting a very satis-
factory degree of attention which
I am sure will continue to grow
still further,

As a footnote, I may add that
everyone I talked to, seemed pret-
ty confident that the West Indic

cricket team would beat Australia
and seemed to regard the pros-
pects a pleasing one!

British Council
Re-opens

The British Council Centre at
Wakefield” White Park re-
opened yesterday although the re-

construction of the ground floor i

oly

PAGE FIVE









For that rich
savoury fiavour?

Joseph Church











- iehsiteiigmmenenniaae











st J Parish Church ion Rails and in front of the Al
was or the seven parish The Chancel of the Church wa
che royed by the storm retiled in February 1939, throug!
he ye 831. It was the last the’ courtesy of Mrs H A
be rebuilt, because it was Williams.
€ ne before a suitable spot The present Organ at the church
selected, and in addition to was dedicated by the Lord Bisho
t, there was difficulty in - in Mareh (On Saint Joseph’s Day
ng labourers to work un in the presence of His Excellen
ad on nainly becat he the Governor and a large congre le
3 : s 7 F 3 oe B ake that stew really tasty
10) 1 | rishioner of St. gation in 1938. A Recital was al — u aa - Mar e oa
epl I 1838, with the given by Mr. Gerald Hudsor with just a itt ts armite .
ch almost completed, the the organ, the same day Make it betier for you too
r used it f¢ " » «hip a . ;
ector used it for Divine Worshi The present organ oost £1,500 Marmite contains the B2
“oe nee ) a es 1609 To mark the Centena of thi vitamins that build up
e. churan consecrated by Church, the parishioner ivi } i
op Cok 1 pr t > . vd ee an sistance to
hop Col ho preached beautiful marble Font. which wa heaith and resistance t
» eloque nt on a text gedicated by the Lord Bishoy illness. That’s why it’s so
om_ Isaiah: \nd the Lord the Thanksgiving Service or good for everyone on bread
, Egyp August 29, 1989. The Font is sti and butter or in tasty sand-
Without Chancel eS ards A Brass Altar Rail give wiches. You can do so
\t the time of consecration, UY Mts. H. A. Williams in memon much with Marmite in
. Hi’ sit hionat, tate of her husband the late Aubre : Se ae 1
1, thot hit Me fut h 3 Williams in also still in use SOUps, gravies, SAUCES anc
incel, 1wuRBn 1 was urnisnec suc ope Ss ury is g e
ith galler ion. It held nearly pes a Land Sliding ion * oe Menem »
00 people. The church is on a rhe f foundation of this OSs 80 hm £US Eo % 8
piece of land on Vaughan’s estate Joseph’s Parish Church has bee







which was given to build the the cause of some anxiety. Ninety
ehurch by Mr. Jos. Briggs Rev. three years ago the land on which
H. Parkinson was Rector at that ‘he churoh is built was still level
lume and advocated that the but it is now a steep slope; the
Rectory be situated nearer the ground having subsided. Mucl a 4
r
church instead of being at has been done to keep the lan Th Vi - & y "i Be ad
Beachmount, near Bathsheba As from sliding away, and to stor e ilamin east 00
a result the Rectory with 13 acres cracks in the wall of the chure! Made in E.vgland
of land was sold, and dwelling as well as to strengthen th x
house with a shop attached (at foundation. At present everythin
an a g rng Hill) py oe viii be settled and in gooc PCPA SOESSOP CCPL LOE APPLE CPAP ALEPPO.
enase 1 en acres 0 and cone on. x \
for the Glebe and that became This church is now over 11 ‘ r % %
the Rectory, the present one, years old and it is surprising tc] AA >
near St. Joseph’s Girls’ School, learn that the oldest person in| \ y VN, x
Rev, H, Parkinson died, and the island of Barbados Christiar | % . x
was buried beside the church on Kellman 118, knows nothing of x o cs $
July 13, 1858 at the age of 60 this church < m* v3 x
ears . was Rec 7 : qnwenniens Nictaindids ‘ vu \ Hl x
years He was Rector of this ‘ 4 \ | 2
church for nearly 20 year ‘ “4 * | : by] .
The Revd. John Bradshaw was Vestries Look For X TA 4 “eR

appointed Rector of this parish >
n 1859. It was mainly because > >t ye e ¥
] 2 .
f his request that the St. Joseph's I laying Fic Ids ourge ba The. Humber trademark x
\lmshouse was built on the same ell , J , x
pot ae it ‘de adr He wane The Vestries of almost every e is your guararrce of lasting Ss
eualified medical man. He died on are oe after ener ® quality, fine appearance and
1875 and Was buried near (28 Playing fields in their par
cenae warts s ec v« ishes In St. George the playing s unrivallcd strength The
rhe Rev. R. F. Berkeley became field near Ellerton will be finished World's leading quality
Rector, and during his time the ' 2 ow weeks Ume. . bicycle carries this mark of
galleries in the chureh were re- At Sargeant’s Village, Chri y , :
Otte and the Chancel and Ves- Church a pavilion will soon be W or “ distinction
aa , ; rs — built, The Vestry has already de

built.
was brought

were
an

In his time an

ona phnreh cided on that site and awarded

contract for the building.

The St. Thomas Vestry have ap
pointed a playing field Committee
to make recommendations regare
ing suitable sites while in St
Joseph the Vestry is thinking of a
community centre at Bathsheba.

The St, Lucy Vestry hope to be



carries this
mark of
pei fection

id a bell erected there
Rev

Berkeley remained until
379 when he left and was Rector
St. Philip,









Reseated
1880 due to the

4,
—PPCCCOPSPOPSSLLISEY

request of





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POE OOOO OOO OO



















There was a visit to this Church
by the Bishop of Gambia and R

CARL

Revd, Caspar Peter sen who Was abya to erect three playing fields
then Rector of St, Joseph's the as their population can more easily
church was completely reseated pe grouped in three areas.
with its present pitch-pine pew: g
In 1892 a fine set of Altur i 1 L %
hangings and frontals were im Ce ¥ - i \ .
ported from England for this NAECE nt an uae SS »
chureh and were in use up to the Hugh G Alleyne of Conchs| % ) — x
ni 2 4 . . *
end of 1929, 5 Alley was yesterday sentenced to i %
Canon P.D.W. Moore who re- 14 days’ imprisonment by the }%&
cently went to England was Judges of the Assistant Court of |%&
Appointed Rector of this. Parish Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr, | 8 X
Chureh in aan ware’ ¢ one H. A. Vaughn. In passing tthe | %& s
were used In this echuren for the sentence, the Judges confirmed the | , : L oo %
first time on Palm Sunday 1928. Gecision of Acting Police Magis-|% The Aristocrat of ail Bicycles x
An altar given by the com- trate, Mr. G, B, Griffith who found | %* °
municants of the church, made of Alleyne guilty of using indecent x x
manchineel and mahogany wood, janguage on Broad Street or % %
vas used for the first time, on Saturday. He had 11 previous |9 3
Kaster Day 1933 and is still in use sonvietions for committing similar | ¥ st
now. On August 27, 1933 at 11 offences. X x
a.m. a pulpit also of mahogany — x 3
and manchineel, the gift of Mrs. XR >
Fred Simpson of Woodland St x FULL RANGE &
George, in mem‘1 of her parent s x
Mr. and ! irt Woo was 5 .
Tr. and Mr Hart W Oo d,, 1 x OF MODELS s
ledicated by the Lord Bishop { 4 x
There were two presents to the w m
Chureh in 1935, First, a pair of i % TO SELECT x
Brass Candle Sticks from Revd i s x
pn ‘ a S .
I Adams ¢ oper, Vicar of St % FROM %
Anne’s, and the Brass Eagle Lec-| § ® x
tern which was blessed and used s , s
for the-fitet time oa, Christmas| par * REMEMBER IT’s &
Day; the latter was given by M:.| | } % s
end Mrs. H. A. Williams late of ¥% x mC 1 yy a
Blackmans, The Candle Stick | % HH z 4 S¢ yi wy jor }| / ; U sy g
were used for the first time on — * ' %
acy Ga * th c 66% COCOA LLL POA ALLE
On February 7, 1937 at 11 a.m s\ oe = a
Service a Chancel screen given
by Mr. and Mr H, A. William ——
vas dedicated by Bishop Bentley ’ } 1 1
ind Archdeacon Skeete . \ |
Visit by Bishop of Gambia |
| |



Pongas on February 9, 1937, and ,

he church was filled t

apacity then. Some woollen rugs HORNIMAN S

resented by Mrs. A. P. Hayne

nd Mrs. H. A. Williams in the TEA POWDERED
ame ye 1937, are being used

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, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
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LASSIFIED ADS. | PUsute SaLes | PUBLIC NOTICES | Jamaica Takes | HARBOUR LOG | SHIPPING NOTICES
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A+ © | ten cents per agate tine um week-days PB Ay we Rh — he > Pe
TELEPHONE 2506 |and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, agate ling ndays, P ° 2 hy
we ia 5 5 lintel ieee eT aie a ade tie minimum charge $1.50 on week-days a tte ae $1.50 on week-days| Storm recautions In Car isle Bay MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, ee ee ee
aud $1.80 on Sundays. > seeeee. | s st clause aie | NEW ZEALAND Line, LimMirEeD. | i RY nee 5
lage er E:gagement > > } rom Our Own C te - eaten i (MAN.Z. 1 iV. DAERWOOD
s Y | - ia / . } . IGST » ce arslatesd M.V Daerw mi, | = .3 ‘tT F Ik‘ is sched ace » sargo assenry s for
war 3.0) for any number of “words woe ‘ cane : Fe SINGH Jica, Sept. 3 ». [ee Gardenia W.. Sch. Lidia Adina ’'S.,| epi) ache Haba Sia 2eth, Bowen 7 ust st ‘de, Cuenshe anat Arul 4
up to 60 and 6 cents per word for each| 96 cents Subaege be taeeds co eae eH REAL ESTATE NOTICE vamaics waited apprehensively | Sch bork MV. c Peon - ith, Matkay July 20th tebene Juld Paseenies Oy Sara san
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508! Weta Seine ar anied ante a bd ; i | to-day and those who were at ielge : wee Siriecen me : Ww 1. ‘st, Sydney ust 4th Melbourne | Sailing, Wednesday 12th inst
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death: word on Sundays; ents a ——___——— In accordance with Rule 8 (ai, more! to. charted the course of the new|Smith, | Sch. Mar Senrietta Gah, | August Lith ving at Trinidad Sep- | MV CARIBBEE” wii
Notices only after 4 p.mo : 6 BY Public cothpetition st the omice| 8" ten 110) Members having been Caribbean hurricane as jt | | Marion Belle Wolfe MY ced a; oct: | tember 8th, and Barbados September es Carnac and Piaiineies for
T | —______ ef toe Undersigned “on Friday the ith | Ready of the Chub. Sets toward the hand te ae ee etter nis, SS Sunjewel . ~ he charge for announcements of} Septernber 1951 at 2 m. a sto ‘all | iy of the Club, a Secret Ballot will ‘ s islan wo weeks after ARRIV } Nevis nd St. Kitts, Date of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknaw!-! AUTOMOTIVE cwelling house containing EF ery og be held on Wednesday, Sth. September,| the south eastern end of Jamaica chooner Harriet, Whittaker, 59 tone} I= addition to general cargo this Departure to be noted
and ‘n Memoriam notices is { 2——_———————_________ | ¢ining room, two bedrooms, kitchen | 195! at the Club House, Beckles Road.| hid suffered the islani’s biazge ., net, Capt. Caesar, from Dominica | vessel t ample space for chilled and engi s aribiian derail a
k-day s and $1.80 on Sundays | | CAP-—Standard 14 h.p. Saloon formerly | 4nd out offices, standing on two roods | 2®™We!? the hours of 4.00 and §00 p.m. | bl F: histoe: 7 S Diskest) SS Adviser, 3.886 tons, net, Capt,| D8 frozen cargo | opt Cargo and Passengers for
mber 6) words up to 50, and|M-139_ Can be seen at Chelsea Garage | Of land at Military Road, Bush Hail. | P. POTTER ow in history, Robertson, from Grenada | Cargo accepted on through Bills of Ssecniatea *) Aratinaach meeeaabron
per wora on week-days and'! (7950) Ltd., Pinfold Street. Apply to the | St- Michael. Inspection on application Hony. Secretary | The. government officers have] 8S Colombie, 7.554 tons net, Capt.) Lading for transhipment at Trinidid te Nevis and St, Kitts, Sailing Frida
4 cents per word «cn Sundays for each | Menager 4.9.51—3n hours of 6-8 am and 36 pm | ae i A. H completed technical preparations | Kerharo, from Trinidad {peo Guiana, Leeward and Windwar } iat nat
additional word. —— ours of 6-18 am. and 3-6 | ustin, . . sah ies " SS Ganymedes, 1.532 tons net. Capt, | lands .
GAR THANKS Goss order will make an excellent Taxi. |*#/€ apply to— Burke, 1 all parts of the island and houise-| SS Student, 4.443 tons nei, Capt,| FURNESS. WITHY @ CO. ETD. ASSOCIATION: (INC.)
f s Apply: Harold Weatherhead co | H INSON & BANFIELD | Dash, L hold. ... | Pemberton, from St. Vincent TRINIDAD, :
8 Piathachsed Lintia ee Bruce Janes hen . | Edghill, 0. F ers are prepared to close| ‘ss sartwWave, 4AM tons het. Cant | BW Consignee, Tele No. 4047
MA med muncgrigned, throats | = ———_—_—_—__. — |.8..s1—4n | See down to-morrow if news should be Kinars from Briligh “Gunns 7 _ AI
is jum return thanks to + eur! GAR: One Vauxhall 4 pay | esterases : , 8. ; received that the hurricane wa DEPARTURES | DA COSTA & CO. LTD ‘99
relatives and friends who sent wreaths | 10,000 miles, like new. ne 2601" 8° q) | _ The undersigned will offer dor Sele at) & » 2 \certain to visit the istand gn ‘ *| Schooner Emeline, 72 tons nei, Caps BARBADOS, Be Wise ... ‘ ADVERTISE.”
and other means expressing their} Kinch or 4569 Cyril Stoute “| public competition at their Office, No. Greenidge, G : “et Clarke, for British Guiana | B.W.1 i
sympathy during our late bereavement 29.8.61—7n.| 1? High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday Green ve There was no sign of panic how- Schooner Rainbow M., 35 tons net
. ao Loepores brother Aubrey ——————___________________ | the 14th day of September, 1951 cy 2 Hoyos, F ever, only an interested check | Capt. Marks, for Trinidad
pat, Clair Bayley CAR—Immediate delivery reconditioned | PM-!— | Hunte, A. c. M every hour on the storm which at| ooognet Gardenia W., 48 tons net,’ °
party“ aytey (moter Lionel, John, | Ford Prefect, Nearest offer $1,000 Benja- The two-storied Dwellinghouse known) Johnson, C this eve 7 . : vq | capt, Wallace, for St. Vincent
David (brothersi, Pearl King sister), min Seaeston Cottage, Marine Gardens | #8 “CONISTON”, with the land wher eon oe Vv oS to 100 Wiles cca re, ee Bie ar Vicar eh Ot | 0.
ines Firon ‘grandmotheri, Clarence | 3123 3.9.51—9n , the same stands and thereto belonging ee, 80 to 100 miles south of the island, | Kerharo. | for Martinique }
King (brother-in-law) S11, | — ne | COMtaining by admeasurement 423 Soule, 1. Tuesday at8 p.m. with heaviest | cag ogner,, Zita, Wanita, 68 tons net. |
MOTOR CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 14-6. j Square feet or thereabouts, situate at leeree, winds running up ts $60 willes per | eS Vincent
IN MEMORIAM Phone 3467 4.9. $1—I1n y ae Sa, St. Michael. o1-8.81--2n. | hour passing over the devast ted Onc.
Sees pnerereneee Sc nspection by appointment with Mrs, - a t Jastater i
BOWMAN—In loving memory of our| MOTOR BYKE—One (1) 2% hp. B.A. | LL. Toppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736. NOTICE St. ,rhomas and Kingston, if the NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
beloved father Edgar Bowman who fell | ne 3467 4.9.51—1n. | or further particulars and condition: centre passes within 70 miles sou+t SEA WELL s 2 . : : 3 S ber
csleep on Septemt 4 16 - of sale, apply to:— : s uth! ss MARIO C” sails—arrives B'dots 3rd September is -
God on the ae oe ae rie . | The following curs a ee CLIFFORD A aes t a of the island , : RE ne = ‘She
oo a road was getting rough, dition oes g oo in izselleat con- » CATFORD & CO. AUSTIN FIELDS —deceased he centre of the last h | ARRIVALS — By B.W.1AL NEW YORK SERVIC
ne hills were hard to climb a . lodge Custom Sedan — Fluid 286.8.51.—N.F_D. : > ¢ e las urricane | Fre | . “ i ek . i eaheanecteme
He gently closed our daddys eyes, | tive (absolutely A-1.) 3,000.00, Vauxhall | —————_—_ —| NOTICE is hereby given that all per-| —August 17—passed 30 aiiles|_Y. Franco, W. wrance b Franco, K ; Pet fee lie cay pe altar tye soo thd Ostober 19a
_ And whispered “Peace be Thin: Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman The undersigned will offer for sale at| sons having any debt or claim upon or] South of Kingston Included sam» (Franco, E Russell, G. Murray, R Doo AMER sails 2ist September--arrives B'dos 2n renee a
Ever to be remembered by Eunicie| 1.70000, _ 1946-47 Hillman’ 1,050.00, Ford | Public eompetition at their office, No.| affecting the estate of Clifford Austin! the Gvernmshect 2 MIPON8 | kie,, $. Dookie, 'R. Dookie, A. Mac| ~~ , : v
iyite Noe! ‘son, Eutaleen (daughter) ees 00. Cole & Co., Ltd. Bay & | ae —% a. Bridgetown, on Friday, eee late of Harmony Hall, nt| onfes eae ament en is at intyre. Cc Chan, 8 Goddard, Ao Audain A STRAMER sail oe ORLEANS sex September 1951
rrol (grandson) 4.9.51—1n obyn Streets 30.8.51—6n t . day of September, 1951, at 2 jehael who died in this Island on th. rgency issue of foodstuffs and Johnson, L. John @i, J. Johnson, D ‘a. wera a eat eee a Bidos 2th September 196
HARRIS—1 1 — | VAUXHALL—ia- hp Salo "The dwellingh: k 15th a aa 1951 are hereby re-|all parts of the island to-morrow P Welker Waren Pemke ae anteaters cape a
S—-In ever loving memory of my AU> L— 1.9 Saloon—in good ellinghouse nown as| quired send in rticul sdav . ‘ \. er, er, emko, & -
' beloved mother Eileene Harris who fell| ©°Pdition Courtesy Garage Dial — 4016 “ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land slains duly attested > te Chaties Carl. ‘Sey? will guard against |Doerhi, J Coster, A. Cozier, J. Coster CANADIAN SERVICE
asleep on September sth 1913 | 30.8.51-—6n | Whereon the same stands and thereto| ton Browne, Douglas Norman inson Tarte ages i the event of a hurri-|T Fhillips, > Qeremall, b Rodrigues, | souTHBOUND .
: Gone but hot forgotten by her loved} ene Scameintas by admeasure-| and George Lawrence Farmer c/o #lutch- we ae over the island again | cian. 1 Brat 8: reer la weet Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax Artives Barbados
on FURNITURE ’ 858 square feet or thereabouts, | inson & Banfield, Solicitors, James Street, | but the hope was entertained that|N Brown, A. Gooding N. Smith.
< Ever to be remembered by te 4 and the out-buildings thereto, situate | sridgetown, on or before the wh day/a later bulletin tonig} ‘ ‘| Howlett J. E salen Ss, SS. “ALCCA PARTNER" August 3rd August 6th August 16th
Bertinore Harris ison), Marjorie Harris} “FURNITURE—O1e large painted Press | OU,the, Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church, |of October, 1951 after which date we | thay Pee oent will show) Howlett, J. meen, D. Gordoor A. God! S's’ ECOA FILORIM August 24th August 27th September ¢th
‘daughter-in-law), Mr Isa Payne! $50, one Two Burner Ol! Stove—Table | janine Hotel Royal. shall proceed to distribute the assets of | *4t the storm will pass far south |$inv b Hauwaras Sims. 4-1 $s. ALCOA PEGASUS September 7th September 10th September 2th
inatteer} 4.9.51—10. | Model $35. Phone 5043 "4.9, 51—3n.. | ern a oy. except Sundays, | the said estate among the parties entitled | Of Jamaica, or From Grenada ee ee eer ee
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Gcanaen nn nen, Tobe) eee | e hours of 12 noon and 5/ thereto, having regard to the debts and{ Meanwhile rehabilitation meas- herine Austin, Yolande Touln | NORTHBOUND = : - : m for ened ee
Shia deletemien tet; Gather cee ae LIVESTOCK tsar claims only of which we shall then’ ures continue o jordon Keir, Samuel Ashby, Row | 5-S. ALCOA PEGASUS -.due Barbados August 16th for § awrence
aie Se pt ie re yee eee : | f sal further particulars, and conditions| have had notice and that we shall not! - nunue to ameliorate tie Alexis, Mary Alexis, Eustace Cummins River Port
Sedaue ote FOL. for tt | PUPPIES—Pure Bred Alsatian’ pups | COTTLE, CATFORD | be liable for the assets so distributed | C°NSequences of the last hurricany, From Antigua or sential . t
Pokday Hares the: ninth. sent from imported Pedigresd dam. Excellent 20,p 8 p, | t@ any person of whose debt we shail Oil and fat are short and Jamaici |, Geore Parker, George C. Parker, Vi ee rae kk nt re taneae ae
Since thou was laid to rest. | ureeding. Colour Black and ‘Tan, Price | —— ce | BoRsneyEMadrndticerat the time of such bhas: suffered a further setback’ to~ |{afi2,,Eareer Dorothy, Coury, - Antony ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
But the memory of t will live o1 i each Alleyne, Ebworth,| The undersigned will offer for Sale at day as fire caused dame ; P . ‘
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_ As the years roll j St. Peter _Phone 91-20 public competition at their Office, No 1 aad teenie ee ated to $30 000 +. 3 od eatin Edward an dete, i Ta APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
Mrs Marion Ashmea nfield SPANO, Dimu@e wu Loe 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,| ., ont thout de . 1 Ki : Ctory 19 | prederickh B Belascc laurence Kirton, | ——— Rare rer eee
Gooding, Mr. Luther 0. ¢ ling (U.S.A ANIEL PUPPIES—For sale $20. | the 14th day of Septembe 1951 ¥ a oN lay. ingston West End. : 7 ; fen 1
Mr. Leon Goodi art_-of-Spaia),| Manning Summervale, Eagle Hall Road. | p.m x Prember, 1951, at 230) Dated this srd day of August, 195: The fire damag Jed Cie ee y
" F Port-of-Spain).! Bhone—3304 951— ae a CHARLES CARLTON BROWNE mmage is regarded fsjlor, Ruby Burke ‘ ; VT PS ,
Trinidad t.9.51—1n.! 1.9.51—t.£.n THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing San% serious. From Venesuela TE PR A
arene —---~- . —— | Une ieee aaa a rnarcT ) oP 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining Baseee Lee ce. oI | James Watt, Ruby Watt, Robert Wati SAGUENAY iN Lo a
SRkALY—In loving memory of m? dest POULTRY | the Barbados Aquatic Club, together Qualified execut f will of Clitord Anna Maria Depree, Raul Dominguez LZ Se eee eo ——~S
We Ife vee t Sealy who died on Septem- | with the Goodwill and Assets of the Mtn, oC J oo % Lucia Domingue, Gaston Domingue NT Ne
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“Asleep in God's beautiful garden, | ,,GHCRS — imported New Hampanites { Shevee'gamer™ ‘artis OF under the 8.8,51-—4n OFGGm NEMBler [ee Wits ase oie Bre | CANADIAN SERVICE
Free from all a sd peur, Garden aeuth Rock Chicks 3 months old. | INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- ' Enrique Tbarra ‘ > ‘ oo 4 :
WHA lite’s idtinda ie enter: | Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock. | days, and Fridays, between the hours of | ~~ °— Paw tad In Geneva OOP SRP URSS — By Be WLAsT From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
Ve hope to meet you again 4.9.51—3n.}4 and 6 p.m. on application on the NOTICE . For British Guiana —— ec ee te ee een ——————— --
Rver to be remembered by Charles Sealy Situ f oe | premides. Ahmed Sankar, Rabbia Sankar, At LOADING DATES
(husband) and the Sealy family MISCELLANEOUS For further partictilars, and conditions PARISH OF ST. ANDREW GENEVA, Sept. 3, |tabey Sankar, Zema Sankar, Zam San-
4.9.51—1n of sale, apply to :~ Tender will be received by the under Jordan's Minister of Wat El kar, Shazeda Sankar, Kamal Sankar Expected Arrival
CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. tigned for the wooden building used as} Mulki, arrived at Geneva's Air-| COmPton sBisher, Josephine Fisher, Ken Montreal Malitex | Dates, Bridgetown
gre hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. 31 8.51—13n, | the Nurses Quarters at the Almshouse port, Cointrir or a Air-|neth Hunte, a Hg eee John Saint: | | Barbador ,
ity armacy. .8.51—! = St. , 7 , a, on onday on ;% or Gren 4.8. “POLYCREST” 5 5 ef °
GOVERNMENT NOTICE [Sty Pharmacy." in.ss1—B.v-N. PROPERTY—‘La Parie’, board and iin, the wultting ane Task ar tr regular Air France Tisai i George | Menezes, George Menez, my “BENNY Se Ricca he " 1s Boplene r
panels, PULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | shingled house situated at Kings Village, | fr. wide with a shed gallery approx. |plane from Paris. H rent 1. BET | Claudette Menezes, Mary Menezes #8. “SUNVALLEY” 12 Sept ota. |S cemuer
FOREIGN COMPENSA N kinds Fuller Brushes includi King Street, City, containing gallery, | imately eat : ris e went to the] \e,Ri tBwellnraPmRaedaB, to. ec " r * ad Jaa | 3 re i
q Cc SATIO B at ng Ladies y 5 ft. wide along the entirelcity by. bus : : rer ¥ ‘ A VESSEL 26 Sept 1 Oct | 16 Getober
COMMISSION Rrusten metinr o s Bristlecombs, Tooth tine fos Enis enw ‘pentatiles building lth at YY, tm “¥ it was assumed Margaret Davis ‘Gitvert. Davis, Mark oa
: rat + n ate shes, aa 4 r fu T ‘ulars Si + s IN é ne wou 2 are wp e yin, vie, Ma “
Attention. tattroited ta the soe ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Complex. aur Me Kenn each Gite tee, igned C. A extinren, Sie hi meet there with Davis, Bryan Davis, Arthur Luci’ Smiih . U.K SERVICE
ing into force of the Foreign |Cleaners, Manicure Brgshes, Powder | St. George. 4.%51—I1n &. Andre . eee. ee See eye oy rom Swansea, Liverpoo slasgow
“ij conpetathos Civechilinvauies Brushes, Floor ccrubd wince een | H Apates: The Emit left Prangins Clinic walt, John ei Smith, Eva Talavera . ok pool and Glasgow.» =
i (Amendment) Order in Council | Py" Qand many others in On snl edt ne oe and did not inform the Clinic| Pent, Grav priseitia’¢ treme Swansea Liverpool Glassow Dates, Bridgetown
A os . .P. N & CO. LTD., Middle | Rock, ‘ . recen constructed, : where he was goi »xce : ' : ‘EAST w wis : a .
1951, (SI. 1951 No. 1166). This | Street. Distributors. Dial 3389. Paving three bedrooms with connecting) LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE! pe saig he oe ae sxcepy shat Wickia santas Besec: Weve; doauay | on ‘Gomera if sumociont 16 Aug. 18 Aus, © 4 September
Order adds further Slovak and 2.9.51—| toilets and baths. Large outside Bal-| rn. application of Whitheld ¢-soding, | the city Pere atten, tO | Kelehal, Daley Sethe, Willen Me} | He eee ese s 2
Czechoslovak Laws and Decrees ——_— —— eer cony. Two-car garage; two servants’ | ),., ; &. | the city. The Emir’s entourage was ‘ tae PR thee 4 < Hnet esi (offers 2 Aug. 7 Sept 4 Sept
4aws and ecrees ‘ MET MAJOR: rt & La F holder of Liquor License No, f4i of 1951, ery 5 ae Laren, William MeLaren, Mary McLaren,| 5 SUNRAY nd September
to the Schedule to the Foreign See atte -Constructional Angle | Quarters upety. a Par-| granted to Verna Jemmott in respect of }V°'Y Much surprised about the] Virginia MeLaren, Enid Queree, Marial —————-——— ~~ aa haere
Compensation (Czechoslovakia) From a lee wacker ee cates Er Men: Bay street Tel 1083 S.$1--3n, | 2, beard and shingle shop with sheal news from Amman that Talal’s}Huate, Mervyn MeConnie, Charles tr-| ‘ > mtieie fo ay
prank ong eR Ete ges Ea packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR bay : ; : 1,9.$1—3n, attached at Greggs Hil. St. Andrew, for /brother, Naif, was heading the eae ata ie a ene U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
is , ahs 0 - D A acer ft. P u r,
No, 1191) and amends certain of oes Shelving, Trolleys, Frames ar he gt A wall building in Pere delegation personally to bring] Robert Jackson, Thelma DeGovia, Ma: Pg Arrival
the Articles of that Order laying Boones tautncie ee and ot AUCTION Road, Christ Church within District "A".| Talal home and that the delega-|Giroox, Velma Callender Kathleen London Antwerp Rotterdam mite, Ritgestows,
e s L u ‘ailable from Stock, Da this 30th da f 951 i a: , . garet Amoroso, Pamela Giroox, Mabel ‘ ‘
down the requirements which | contact es ma a oe tion has already left Amman. Branch, Catherine Austin, Cuthbert] 98. “SUNJEWEL" WL Aug. 14 Aug, 17 Aug, 30 August
,persons claiming compensation | 5; P| ,.MUSSON, SON & CO agp Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” t | Marshail m.v. “HRUNO” Mid September
are called upon to satisfy. Big ee ee 4.9.61—™m Signed WHITFIELD GOODING Ves rv A » For Puerto Sieo
Persons who consider that they a | baie pment io eR Se fae nan, Mi Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
may claim to be entitled to re- FOR RENT HAMMER hasted at's theratia take te te @ From Page 5. Arthur Cocker, & _Cosler, Anita Rein
eive © nse r yeas . CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROAD Ae ld, Paul Reincold, Beverley Reincold ,
ceive compensation by reason of On WEDNESDAY the Sth September | 4! Police Court, District “A” on Monday onry Mitchell. Helen Mitchell. Janct| °*?°996969-96996999990909 POTS
the Amending Order in Council! Minimum charge week 72 cents and| by instructions received from the Ad- wa ~ ay day of September 1951, at 1!/ The Churchwarden drew atten-| Mitchell, Iris Cozier, Cyril Cozier, Ruth ¥ ~
should write giving their full] 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24| ‘ninistrator of the Estate of E. W. A. | ° clock, am E. A. MéLEOD tion to the breakwater below the|Murphy, Judith Murphy, Mona Mayers,| % x
2 es ‘ nasi . | Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a| Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auction A - e an os ; ; : Ralph Prescod, avid Bladen, Thelma
name and address to the Secre Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Princess Al Pl Field ¢ ond
ary .of’ the Foramy © sa- | Word on Sundays; on the spot one Chattel House with two Cet Re eek Nea § Alice Playing Field and |wWutehinson, Lucia Hutchinson Funice| % y %
tary o: .e Foreign Compensa Gable Roofs and shedroot covered with 4.9.51—1n. | said that the water now made in- | Waterman (
tion Commission, 1, Princess Gate, Galvanise Iron and corrugated iron ak ; ¢ursions on the field and all the For Anticua kt
S.W.7, forthwith and in any HOUSES Fee Ne Sh ee A eee WANTED money that had been spent on it Jeph Harts Alder 'Wiikinson, Mil- ; :
event not later than 30th Novem- @ e entrance Deavons Road. Papel Joseph Harris, der nson, Mi
even Sale 2 o'clock — Terms Cash. would be wasted if something was |dred Cozier, Cyril Cozler, Carol Cozier

ber, 1951. An Application Form|, CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. {not done to keep off the water, In |Atthur Cozier Junior Coxier, Anita







with accompanying instructions | 6 ‘ his Sant car Reingold, Paul Reingold, Beverley Rein al
: ¥ pposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Al) Auctioneers, HELP us Opinion the breakwater should > she! Vv Vv } se e »

‘ 2 mua y . wold, Henry Mitchell, Helen Mitchell e y Z #

will then be forwarded. modern conveniences. Apply on premises. 31.8 51—4n, be raised by about four feet in Janet Mitchell, Iris Mitchell Cyril r ‘ Day of pl mbe r

Persons who have already sub- 3,8.51—t.f.n.





rl SALESMEN: Young Energetic Sales-| order to get this result. Cozier, Ruth Murphy, Judith Murphy












PORVOO GES







































‘ ik Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd.
Have it handy —always/ D'ARCY A. SCOTT,

Government Auctioneer, PERSONAL | }

i i §
migted an application and who oat men, Employed on Commission basis dn Wiehe : 2 Mona Mayers, Ralph Prescod, David b4
er ge oie ay ally Ab ey LOST UNDER THE DIAMOND) °| Siot wetore fered. AP" 8 | ould appeoadh the Colne [Satine tes te OPS
, > rj . son to:—Colonial vertising Co., Shep ‘ ae > olonia utehinson, Eu
of the Amending Order in Coun- HAMMER herd Street (.9.51—3n | Secretary about the matter For Trinidad 1 AT
cil, are at liberty to do so under Seine ate ai ina ic % have been instructed by the Water-| 0 The new Dean. De Hazl : Gerald Gloumeau, Joyce Luz 7 x
the Foreign Compensation Com-]| sInGL&® TICKET Seri -4416 betwe works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-| LADyY—For office at Hotel Royal an, Dean Hazlewood, |colm Mendes, Phyllis Mendes, NS
mission Rules Approval Instru-| Welches, Christ Biter bea BY S Gan, idge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-| Arply in writing and in person to the| ade his first appearance at tne | Mendes, Germaine Debinas, Dav ¢
ment 1950 Rule 18 (S.1. 1950 | Eagle Hall, St. Michael. Finder kindly Sonne Gash PWARCY A. SCOTT mate 31-8. 51=t-f.n.| Vestry yesterday as Chairman, and Caldera: Elsie Goelinight Gordon’ Guell THE
No. 2042) DepErineAh ete eet DaNctegene 31.6.81—-4n. | “HOUSE MAID With mnowledae or | W2S_ heartily welcomed by the | Molly Chin, Orland Campbell, Elizabeth |
The last named instrument as . couking. Apply: The Pals, Cheapside. |Churchwarden and other members, | Might. Brion Goellnikht, Olive Gittens, |
well ‘as all the relevant Orders rer a 147 CHEVROLET LORRY; We are 4.9 H—2 Gampbenl, ductile Caseat tat Laws of '$
; Nniamalhs vary . ; A y | instructed by the Insurance Agents to Sel | cementite " a, SUC . ne ‘ ‘
in Council and every other doc- eM CMM MMOEPM | by Auction this vehicle whien has been HELP WANTED RATES OF EXCHANGE | Daphne Farrell. Givvion Reymar 30 8 St
ument relating _ther eto may be = Ps damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy | NURSES—Wanted two nurses for patient ‘ wan reet
seen on application in The Custo- eed Te ARISES Oe TS ey I ere Pn. | in private home. One for day and on CANADA ;
dian of Enemy Property, Public DON 0 for night duty. Must have credentials} SEPTEMBER 3. 1951 ' . °
Buildings, Bridgetown Headache, that feverish “ach wa-e-* re are af re 4 Cases Dismissed e
r mr 9.5 » that feverish “ache- ae seoe 2a jankers 61 5/109 p
4.9.51—3n. ” : . ‘ i ;
all-over’ feeling—ease these Cold Demand Drafts 61.35%) pr | THE Assiste ‘
; ; BY instructions received from the 7 . Wit Dintts 61 Seite te 4 Assistant Court of Appeal :
a discomforts with Alka - Seltzer. King’s Solicitor ¥ will sell by. public MISCELLANEOUS 63 6/10 pr. CoBEs 8% PP udgee, MOGs Lac Taylor ena ir, SILK SHANTUNG CREPE DE CHINE in 10
Alka-Seltzer contains alkaline fuciee at Wennesaay sexe oft: Rupwene WANTED ITO RENT 62% pr Curreney 60% pr H. A. Vaughan yesterday agreed ‘
i i at -™. on ie a an nd, - ¥ 59 * . f 3 " » . £
TENDERS pear y anene v0 Britton's x Road one double roofed house |..WAREHOUSE; TO RENT.© On pi 10% ‘pr noe dy ay pr. | with Police Magistrate Mr. A in 9 lovely shades @ $1.16 adorable shades (@ $1.16
idity plus an analgesic size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitchen, | around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Lid 5 . Pi WwW Harper and dismissed four ee = os
MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE for sodthing headaches. the said ‘belonging to the estate oi 2.9.51—t.fn mome,icases James Hunte of Brere.on BORDERED COTTON FLOWERED SILK

Tenders are invited for the
purchase of one (1) New Model
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 614”

Village, St. Philip, brougat
against Austin Goddard of + ve-

for Nighties @ 95e.





ORIENTAI _ Fine Quality @ $1.12 Se eee!





























Murphy Diesel Engine mounted Alka-Seltzer 5 eee sedbeelalibo Nadiad Stee uke oia | SOUVEN RS a ney: = Philip. 100 NIGHTIES 100 JERSEY EMBROID-
. : - 5 : pe ee rae ames a . ; ee us

on engine iength _W elded steel The pile are hereby wiraed Bante Gifts, Curios, Jewels ; umes : fun e claimed that Cc ERED BLOUSES @ $2.64

skids, length 1037/8’, radiator VW , : - "iil giving credit to my wife OLGA Antiques, Ivory, Silks dard assaulted hiec=two soma, Low Price $3.00 shee peta ae

cooled and equipped with ‘ meee ’ SARGEANT (nee Greenidge) as 1 do not, Ete Ete Ete : trespassed on his land and stole aerenoanionctel - peta Tel > WI! .

enclosed Twin Dise power take “ ; G. A, Service’s || hoid myself responsible for her or an rone | mists idie-iovraglinaagt; some cane stumps from off the BRASSIERES 96e. & up VESTS = ANTIES

off clutch, two 12 volt. starting # |]| else contracting any debt or debts in my n : ame land. All the offences were ae eee 2 for $1.00 & up

batteries with cables, radiator fan 0 THOUGHT FOR TO DAY | Hane ene by a written order signed THAN rs alleged: to Wah: bem. ebrimitted : oa

and lubricating oil cooler for “Tell me what you like, ||| Signed RICHARD E. SARGEANT, | Pr. Wm. Ury. St. +: Dial 3466 ||0n April 20. STRIPED SHIRTS

tropical Coemation. | Pave eine Stopped in 10 Minutes and I'll tell you what you | peels sat) St. Fate The cases arose out of a dis 3 for $1.20 Slight Irregulars @

H.P. intermittent 15 oe ft: te’ ho longer n to suffer are. ; 2 pute as to whom the land con- , : 1/- & 8/-

Laud ggee ambient; ‘he's | Bamateneee SRR ENS Te so se good fered. and "who. was in chri6| WORKING SHIRTS a

evel an é ant; als ince the ove;ry 0 x (former! ou like ‘00: ' NG § Ss - am " an

lot of spare parts. known as Chinaroid). Hytex starts to Yon will Uke Gas for Cook- | of it, a STRIPED SHIRTS
Tenders should be submitted in | work In 10 minutes and not only st ing | WE W Hunte’s case was that he oy ned 2 for $5.00 $2.95 u

sealed envelopes addressed to the the nom Das aoe takes out (be om ; . | OULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY the acre of iand on Evelyn Tea- wala to: win ee

City Engineer marked: — irritation thereby curbing other trou- TO FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR antry which he said he bought SPECIAL STRIPED SUITING $1.00 yd.

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY bles caused by Ptles such as H on October 17, 1950. When he













he,
DIESEL ENGINE” _ Nervousness, nchaok » Constipation, —————L[SF* WHIT: E. 2 he |oought the land he found God
and shevidl Beech the ng 4 eueee disposition Gee exitrom your iE L LAD ome OIL and TIN is dard living in a house on it. He
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later today w 6 ve gave Goddard notice to quit and COME, SEE AND BE CONVINCED
Saturday i5th September, 1951. meee regcee mast stop your pile ° Goddard moved on March 18 (ks 1OME, SHE 1 ° aoe See
26.8:51—6n.| tera of sapty wackage Calling all TME CENTRAL EMPORIUM year. {1LL GENUINE OFFERS
ella Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets | Before that date he had sued ee ton f ro
Goddard for rent on the sam
SSS" land. He got judgment but when



We buy anything connected with
STAMPS Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumul is and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the

Goddard appealed, Goddaryi
the judgment reversed.

° "| Jane Hall, Goddard's mother-
FRICICOOL. oe | in-law saiq the land belonged

Albertina Hall, her husbanci’

4 sister. Her husband used to se*

HARK- K| after the working of it and aftey-

| wards Goddard took over the

land.

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH



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30 SWAN STREET. :

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at once it will stop the terrible pain,

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It’s so perfect for the Hot OUR CUSTOMERS ARE ASKED TO NOTE. THAT OUR
Weather that you can’t TRANSFERRING OUR BUSINESS WORKSHOP AND SERVICING DEPARTMENTS WILL BE
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TO OUR NEW PREMISES. CLOSED FROM MONDAY, 3RD. SEPTEMBER AND WIL
buying a suit or two, RE-OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, 17TH. SEPTEMBER, 1951,
when you see it. No. 35. Broad Street. SO AS TO ENABLE OUR PERSONNEL TO HAVE THEIR
In Shades of White, Grey : ANNUAL LEAVE. A SKELETON STAFF WILL BE AVAIL.

and Beige — 56” Wide Opposite Messrs DaCosta & Co. ABLE FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY.



Mrs. M. a. A., Nuneaton, writes :—“ For over
a year I suffered with terrible burning piles.
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porary relief. Then I heard of Man Zan, and
decided to try it. Now, in less than three weeks, |
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could not obtain any relief. I was recommended
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Springs, Cradies, Laths Beds.
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AGE EIGHT





Charlie Taylor Given
First Island Captaincy

A. M. (Charlie) Taylor, Barbados and Pickwick open-
} has been chosen to lead the Barbados team

Thirteen players have been se
to leave Barbados on September 19.

The team is as follows:
A. M. Taylor (Pickwick), Ca2ot
Atkinson (Wanderers), C
ishaw (Police), K. A. Brenk-
CY.M.P.C.), W. A. Farmer
volice), W. Greenidge (Pick-
wick), A. Holder (Empire), C
liuaie (Empire), N. E. Marshall
(Wanderers), G. Proverbs (Wan-
derers), C. W. Smith (College),
K. E. Wa'tcolt (Spartan) G. L.
Weed (Pickwick).
Trial Game

The following have been select-
ainst the Barbados
Trial game scheduled
take place at Kensington or

British Guiana

] d and the: ire aue



“



play ag

ed to
team in a

aa:









Thurs@ay and Sunday next
A.M. TAYLOR c. G. Alleyne, W. Greenidge, N
ae —- Lucas, W. Grant, R. Hutchin-
son, A. Atkins, B. K. Bowen, H

A. King,
King and

st, C. Mullins, *

RANDOLPH :
TAKES A
BIKE RIDE



wie



2nd XI Cricket:
Only 20 Minutes
In Some Matches

at Madison Square Garden,
three and two even

By PETER WATSON
(from on Board the Queen Mary)

with a right to the

Randolph -

i 2 1 dive’s=afhich is MOST wickets were affected on

for the world’s middle- Saturday — the first day ir th

impion to behave in the Seventh series of Second Division

, me In some matches there
was only 20 minutes of play



was all right, because 7
At . » Clantre ae sine
swimming-pool At Vaucluse Central has already

i ived into the
ne ee ; F were got a first innings lead on Wan-

Queen Mory as we

































lorers \ : , . ‘ = , .
proaching Cherbourg for the derer who batting first on an Young Finnigan, former light- Shocked By Electricity
top until we pass the Statue anes wicket were dismissed hee : weight champion of Panama, easi-] Lionel Worrell of Queen Street,
f Libert re hae aa Ww : OF THE four Intermediate Cricket matches which ly outpointed Boswell St. Louis,| Speightstown was taken to the
idolph is a good swimmer, ie secettand venmeniona ss ‘th’ 99 + Were to be continued on Saturday, the only one that rain Trinidad and B.W 1. lightweight ore ree eres sme.
i churred up the pool in ‘ peers aah © lid éAeatel an a ‘ 2 tats a ise Wi van) Champion in a ten-round non-]he was severely shocked by elec-
oe a via at ‘As gq While L. O, Wood took three wick did not hold up for any appre iable time was the Windward 4; bout before a large crowd] tricity at Road View, St. Peter.
matter of fact, nis slight deafness ts for 28 runs. Central at the end Mental Hospital match. Three overs were bowled in the which included the Governor, Sit Worrell held on to a wire stay
used by » swimming ©! Play hed replied with 157 runs Empire—Spartan match and no play was possible in tne Hubert Rance, at the Mucurapo|', 2 telephone pole which was
ccide 1en he was a lad after losing four wickets. A. Shep- Pickwick—Wanderers and Regiment—Cable & Wireless | Stadium on Thursday night rubbing against an electric wi
He t caught up with som rae ra up = matches.
underwater obstruction, and irs t ‘ er aah a eae ate On the first Saturday Menta rnton ¢ Wiltshire b C, Knight 6 | | "
although he did just escape from ** - ~ . Hospital had scored 49 for the loss ! urmer b R. Rock” 13 ’
drowning, the pressure of tne Dakin} Pees ig ongee mi of five w ts in reply to Wind. i , parm a me ees feria Sail WHAT’S ON TODAY F
shitinag 7 . o permai th aniel hi vefore he v 3 bow lec a : 19F ; 5 . : ord peat gene SLOW
yater left his hearing permanen mare ATA he tole ‘kevals ward s : 27. Lost Saturday Mental A s Se ae a ag by ee ht 19 | Police Courts and Court of
affected. a of the Empire w at edhe no pita went on to score i9 Wilkie eat ne aeae : Original Jurisdiction —
In The Gym ceded 18 runs in doing so et ae aes were scuttled down for Ralph Farmer ¢ Chase b C. Knight 1 | 10.00 a.m,
Afier he had finished swimming Foundation are now runs for M 5 ra ql u ve ap ay ee ae ee. i Fishes tibet i] Meeting of the Legislative a
Turpin went on to the gymnasium, the Joss of five wickets, C. King Menta ospital have lost’ fou eutras at Council—2.00 p.m. r Ss &
there he punched the light ball t a2 Vv second innings wickets for 37 run Meeting of the House of 5G, WP ra &
where he punch 8 is not out with 33. Y.M.P.C. in aA. > iw " lal & “je ‘)
for speed, skipped, and covered their mate apathal Police ¥ They now have 62 with six wickets Tot ri Assembly—3.00 p.m. Zp % }
pI their match gfainst Poli standing ; estat CINEMAS 4 n
about two miles on one of the cseored 17 runs for the loss of four | id ; i eae ckets: 1 for 14, 2 for 14 GLOBE “The Great Caruso” aA
gymnasium’: tethered bic ycles. wickets. There was only 40 minute n Men ospital’s firs mn f 4 for 1 for 47, 6 for 48, 7 —5 pm. & 8.15 p.m.
It is typical of the unpreten- of play ings, nO one made any good score fe | oe ceenees Little Divi-
. . m 3 . d N Ss surrowes ; > mies} z: dend"—4.45 p.m. & 8.40 pom
tiousness of the Turpin party that In the Pickwick—Combermere e id none Ni mid R, Rock top || ROXY “Johnny Holiday” and |
although Randolph was accom- fixture Pickwick are now 57 runs Th , Wet 4 one Ay . R. W.| Md te Underwerla"—4.30 p.m. & |
panied in the gym by brothers fo. the loss of six wickets in :heir liv 1 : HM ar tay Sue I 18 ‘ ROYAL: “Tueson Raiders” ana |
Dick and Jackie, manager George frst innings. L. Foster not out e eee ant, Foes ad Rae a einaes 2 1 “Yellow Rose of Texas" —
Middleton and trainer 3i}1 Hvam, with 30. Three of the wicke ‘ armet each took three wickets for \ E Cart I 8 } 1.30 pom, and 8.15 p.m = 2
| led tk eae ‘ a4 E ro 26 and 21 runs respectively nd fF. 1 AQUATIC § “Se Dear t ._*
the gym was also crowdea with e 7 > y ‘ < Ss Spectively an toch 8 1 al Bh | ‘ a o my
ordinary passengers taken by R. Ward 1). Wilkie 2 wickets for 10 runs, Mental Hospital 2n. Innings Be rae ee x Stop Pyorrhea and
£ assengers. a tana q. Vv. Boyce c Atkinson b Wilkie 2 ree sullaby of Broadway”
They included dozens of kids, prOKWICK vs. COMBERMERE F L aa scored 13 and H. M. x purrowes lbw. bH. M Opin m. and 8.40 p.m, | Trench Mouth
me : thom had a thrilling A =i ip Farmer 19 for Windward in their Farmer 3 )LYMPIC : “Pinky” & “Johnny
one of whom had. a tt AT COMBERMERE only eel rye ne ee et , of || Baser"—2.80 and 8.10 pam in 24 Hours
“vaca” y _ he world champion Pickwick first innings 57 for the MM : ! aaeae i Woe e he tae Dees ae ks 2 | | pees = ;
on the bikes. loss of six wickets. (L. Foster not F ata we. peony ree Farr 4 eeding gums, sore mouth, or loose
mn . . ba i. i - rokets an 7 7 ‘ teeth mean that you are a victim of Pyor-
As Turpin had spent most of out 40, R. Ward 3 for 17.) Windward wickets for 14 run nd f. Ch H. M. Farmer 4 rhea or Trench Mouth, or wore bad disnanc

C. Knight 4 for 18,
On the first day of the Pickwic
Wanderers match, Pickwick
alone batted to score 212 for all

the morning playing table tennis,
I don’t think there is much danger
of him getting out of condition
particularly as they have rigged Empire first innings 6! (A. #ion
up a training ring for him on the Daniel 23, Mr. Callender 7 wickets B. Trotter made 44, D. Evelyn 22,
sun deck where he will be able to for 18 runs), C Evelyn 41 and G. Moore 55
spar with partner Eddie Phillips Foundation first innings 52 runs With one more day to play, the
} Incidentally, it was a nice omen for the loss of 5 wickets (C. King Most that can co
that Phillips should have won his 33 nov out). match is . first innings lead
fight against the South African POLICE vs. ¥.M.P.C. AT Y.MLP.C, One of the veams.

Piet Van Staden at Wembley Town Y.M.P.C. first innings 17 runs No play was possible in the Regi

FOUNDATION vs. EMPIRE AT
FOUNDATION



out of tt



f
nfo



Hall on Tuesday night and then for the loss of four wickets (C. Ment-——Cable & Wireless miatch
dash on to catch up with us just Springer 3 for seven runs), either Rain made the Garrison
before we sailed from South- CENTRAL vs. WANDERERS AT S'ounds heavy and the position
ampton, VAUCLUSE remains the same as at the end oft

But nothing is being left to Wanderers first innings 114 (Cc. the first day’s play, Cable & Wire-
chance Turpin already has his Pierce 29, L. Wood 3 for 28). less had put up 47 for the loss of

5 wickets in reply to Regimen
122 for all. Of that total A. Ishmael
made 64 jranker took fou
wickets for 37 runs, L
ed four for 19.
Empire made 162 against Spar

Central first
for four wickets

rank Nimmin, travel-
ling in the boat, and he will
prepere all Randolph's food from
the time he ‘ts to the American
training camp until he goes into

own chef t innings 157) runs

(A. Shepherd 62).

and B&

Top Basketball

iwless claim



the ring against Sugar Ray ; }

Robinson at the Polo Grounds, . ' Jag . as eh had pert ee for thé
y York, ¢ September 12 ~ 4051 wo wickets partan losi

oe ae "thse ion ce aia Jack Ulub lo I our B dos. another wicket during the thre
3 thi as arrang Jack

Solomons had planned that any From Our Own Correspondent) overs _ hen three more runs wer

food which Randolph ordered PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 30, cored.



should be served to Dieck—just in Siegert Tigers topranking re llowing are the Mental Ho
case any of the big betting gentry basketball club, will tour Barba pa ows mf ores

. , sp 7 whey
had some ideas of drugging the dos in October. | Winewned AL’ Tas ARK
champion’s grub This will be the first time a



The only thing was, I don’t team of Trinidad basketball |, e etchant ue stiea
. ; i Chrichiow b } wrme

think Dick knew about this players will be making @.ttip outs Ns Surrowes } BR, Fare
ayrangement! side the Colony. The tour will be C. Wiliiams run out

The most elaborate security under the auspices of the Bar- ; sess Lo 2B ; 1 '
arrangements are being made to hbado, Amateut Basketball YG aeaceaa ti Sr years
ensure that no one in the States Association R.G Chase bH. M. I
ean do Turpin any harm—aiway , Spri e Atkinse 1 1
ri xeluding Robinson, of course. 5.” seateahion ae

To outsiders, some of these pre iainty of having to meet again the Vv. E. Carter ne t

cautions m eem overdone. But man whom most of us describe Knight b H. M. Fa

when you remember that tnere as the greatest pound-for-pounc 7

has been a Federal investigation gbter in the world—the “Licker Tota

threatened America to unmask from Leamington” remains’ the 3 ;

the wngsters, gunmen, dope ped- same soft-spoken, unspoiied, but 4.) ‘9 4 ee for. 15, 8 .for 10

for 40, 6f
youngster he ha ‘ r 60, 9 for 68

BOWLING ANALYSIS
On a EW

lars, and White-slavers who have
got their hooks on the fight came,

unimpressed
always been.
Pretiy 18-year-old





then the safeguards don’t seem so

Josephine





1 mer 113 ‘
wildly far-fetched after all Middleton has landed the job of - , 8 10
But through it all—-the luxu riting a weekly article for io v 4 1 9 1
of his present irroundin the sports paper, and Randolph has aiken ’ i
celebrities, the threat of Yankee offered to do the job under her — “Windward 2nd Innings
ballvhes to come, and the cer lame E. Eve} c Burrowes b M
[waa ee Oe ea eo een eee ay Para a CN Cane aoe om
| Chey ll Do It Every Time Renewed U5 Pte oe By Jimmy Hatl > |
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DESK-NO WONDER HE + RIG

WANTS TO REMEMBER v NOW WITH A BIG
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BATTY ABOUT

AT LEAST THERE'S THEM IF MY KIDS
ONE GOOD FAMILy P LOOKED LIKE
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MAXIM KETAINS 1F



JOEY MAXIM is still the world’s light-heavyweight boxing champion.
if less of the pep, that beat Freddie Mills in London, he easily outpointed Rob Murphy, over 15 rounds
New York.
The two judges agreed at 10 to Maxim, five to Murphy. 1}
comparative ease, even if he did look tired and ring worn after the battle.
aw of Murphy in the first round

Rain Holds Up

Intermediate Games

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In Distress

The ship Desainte Anne, which
left Martinique with four men
aboard on September 2, has been
reported to be in distress, accord-
ing to a cable received yesterday
at the local Harbour and Shipping
Department

to six miles northwest of Domi-
nica. “The barzve may be danger-
cus to navigation,”
read

the cablegram



Meteorological
Service

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 30.
Trinidad’s proportionate
tribution towards the establish-
ment of a British Caribbean
Meteorological Service is 30 per
cent; representing an estimated
expenditure of $20,000 per annum
intil March 31, 1953, $30,000 per
annum until March &
$59,000 per annum the
the Air

con-

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Showing much of the slickness,

Referee Ruby Goldstein awarded Maxim 10 rounds, Murphy
cim kept his title with
Maxim (right) connects




956 ;
Hers 1956 and

reafter if
discontinues its
but $41,000
contributions are





of the title bout Ministry

nnual contributions,
f its annual
naintained,
These proposals were agreed to
t Finance Committee of the
Legislative Council

approval by the
Council.

Express

CHAMPION
OUTPOINTED

Our Own Correspondent

‘-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31



following
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not out 1 that will eventually cause you to lose al!

Extras 3 yout teeth and have to wear false teeth
YESTERDAY’S efore your time, Since the great World

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WEATHER REPORT throughout the world so that now scien-
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From Codrington are sufferers sooner or later, Be warned in

time and stop these diseases before it is
Total Rainfall for Month to too late, because they often cause not only
date: 351 inches over

the loss of teeth, but also chronic rheuma
week-end

tism and heart trouble.
Highest Temperature: 82.5°



Sp orts Window New Discovery Saves Teeth



‘ > Amoson, the discovery of an American
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Lowest Temperature: 70.6 and quick way. It penetrates right to the

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miners + Bonites. ‘The ref | h tightens the teeth. The following letter
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oa , Patterson mo Barometer: 24.949 (9 a.m.); || Amosan users get: “I suffered from Treneh

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The position
given at approximately 14.18 north
61.25 west

All ships moving in that vicini-
ty have been requested to keep a
sharp look out for the ship

Another cablegram received at
that office stated that a 30-foot
barge, possibly with men aboard,
was adrift in the position of four

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IIIMI'I ~i ii i M:I:R t. i93i CLASSIFIED ADS. 52^^* SS^SSS r. VKIIADOS ADVOCATE r M.I KHI Mil %  uOit.or., b.lU„ S Afi-ii %  |*r word for r.rh fa) ec ord Terms CMfa Phone UM <4 4 m Ull Mr MU; „*r-< * j| L i" "da 3 cc-u • x^,4 %  -< rr*t. %  BAL BTTATk %  r# UM en .o>' r „ 11 Mian nfl Bridgetown, MI FrMiv __ | Urn it>> ay o( Bp*m> b w. IBM t r linghouta I.. „J,IIMlH " *lr* aVrua-, !" '"J^'** 1 Dw Oardr.H J* CONIS-TWI with m. ,ina wneiro inr •MU "land, and ihacaio l*ion, i i ronlainihg by MilrUirlhtn, | J aguara feat *r IhriratoHil.. .Ilu.,1. | l*th AVMM BrlJevi I*. Michael %  **•> by appoiritmrn' wiih VM %  himmt Dial fTj lurlher particular, and rondu r '. Ppl to — CUTTLB. CATTOnn A C< • Mli NI D iindar-iignad will orTrr tor ul' %  I uMio aon.petlUon al thnr oirt, \, IHigh Rlrrcl. pudrf.t.Li on Krilal U* 7th. da. ol Sfptmifi. Mol. _i rordanrr ah R ( •" I* "• Mmb. hai-. or---rnrnated io arrve i*i u Oovrr-i.r.* RtJ. oi BM I' ...b ^i R. .held ..n Wrdnmla' -.1. Ihr Ch* H...IH> r<> R i Alll. T AMMW C Burka. 1 Daih. I Mihilt O roawr. L I aw—1 %  nrnia1 MOI. w r Hunw. A C rflj-k.win T>. > m, I IM oul-buiMli>a lrwr#m. UluaU ••" ~. l MMilrM*. cfcrrrt CHurth. -ui.md II*I*I iidw.,1 Inwdction an' da* pl Jkind.j.. of 19 i I irtltularv and rondnii.ri NOTICE curromo AI-KN mua -n,. M None* • Iwrrtoy |i.*n thai all p,,. : ami havinc any dabt or claim d|an w alTrrUnf ihrrrfalr o" CIIITord A Fi*idt lai* or Hanonnr Hall. >. %  < UiihiW who diad in it... ii IMh day of alarm. 1*91 ara h*r*r>< ,,-. ulrad la aand lit parlirulara ot in ( rlalmi duly aiiratrd la ua Charln Carltan Brownv. Douilaa Noiman RI • %  % %  and 0-o-*ili.r-in Farmar r'cjtuirh•naon 4 BanArld. WolHilon, JamaaVSlraal. M.'> A.I. mm %  hall prara lha aaid ••! iharato. ha dkiat d io dialrlbwta lha • %  —'• nt | ile tnuBii lha parlira aniiilad in raaard to thrdafu und %  M .' I %  ol huar drill i.II %  Mall ilKriii ol fiOVEBMMEM NOTICE .ORi:i<.N tOMPKNSATION COMMISMOW Attention is invited to the comwni into forca i'i Uw Pon Igi t-nin|>cnati(in I (Amondinont) OrdM tn Couneil T 1951 No. 1166). This Ida further 81cn %  h Bod ('jpchoslcvak IJWS and DtcrBM to thai Bchtdult t'j tha Foreign ('onipenjiiln'i: (Czochnslnvakia) order m Council ISM, (fl I I9M Nil llfti) u nd iinicnds certain of tbi Article* of thnl Onior laying down the requii^mi'i. .persons claiming cumpOntati(i N oallod upon tu satisf>. Persons who conakter that they may claim to he entitled to lecejve comMcuaUon b) raann ol the Amendmt Ordaff in Council should write giving 1 their full name and address to the Sectetaiv of tbo foreign Compensation Commission. 1. Princess Gate, S W 7. forthwith and In any event not later than SOlli November. 1951. An Application Torm with accompanying instructions will than be forwarded. Persona: who hava :d ready suhinMted an application and wlio may wish to amend it by reason nf the Amending Order m (inuito do the Foreign Compensation Commission Rules Approval Instrument l'tsn Hulr 18 lS.1. 19 INtMXTlON on Mondav. Wadna*-Ui %  mi Friday., balwaar. ilia hout. ol I and i> m on .paL.aU-r „„ ilw For lurlhar parliciilart. and rondlllon* %  ppl to :— OOTTLE. I'ATrortD H Co a n—nn. ba habla B %  BSB BSjiaH noT hhvr Had none* at i>i,. i rfiMrthutkm AND all paraoiM laiVbied t.. B>r un I-tata are raeuertad to aati> Bfe '• wrlhaui dalay. naiad Stla ird day o( Au^. TCHARLES I'ARI.TON i DOUUUAB NOHKAN ROBIN CEORUr [.AWsBVlT FARHtill. QnallSa.1 riaulun of il ,,f I Aunin Fialdi daeaaaM II' Jaiimira Take* SlriN Prt. aiilitm%  N t Jamaicwaited api %  ihe BSW Caribbean hurru. %  towards the HBSBMj lha Mutli ssssjrrn and ol Jaman-.i j ii id aufTere-i rhe ailan .11 I I snl oflicors haw completed tevhror Airelers coir" all parts of the island and n. i -• holders are prepared to rkrkt down to-morrow If new* ah.iuld b 1 raaslvad that the hui-.canr was rertala to visit the island 'gain. There wis no sign of Dauih how"" Only an intereved charsi *:* f> %  BO BSUlll of the idAiid. 1 • pm with haa< WtJ>oa luniung up to 100 mile, u.-r 5 ou ^ pacing over the aVvaatBted Thom as Jim1 Kingslm • | PS within TO ml %  Of the island. %  UM I..M hsjn "August IT passed 30 ..i.les south of Kmgst.m. Ineliidad the Government preparation a M emergeii.t bsiui ol fo-Hlstufts and "!• P*rts of the island lo-fnori (Tueda> i will guard again,! anortagra ., the event of a hurricane passing over the island iirn but irw hope was entertainad thai a later bulletli | that the %  tagaB will paai f^r BMit t of Jamaica. Meanwhile rehabilitation aaSBUjj.UnBj continue to nmrlici., %  a last hurt 11 ,u Oil and ft are vhort md Jamah | "(has sunaiCd a further seiback to1 %  %  ''I ..:.-. %  i : %  Rtad to f30.(KM> to a fa. !.. % %  Kingston West fad The fire il.im.i'. %  arioua HAJIBOUR LC(; In Car' : ale Bay SHIPPING NOTICES l %  !1*11 i.t %  % %  Marion Ball..!f.n. < lui tisnu. "*~<" •" Whapaaai 1*1. CM,' I'anar f D s s Uviaar. iaaa l|>n n. I'i-nada i..mM*. T.4M lana n. K^rhoro. rrom Tnm.U.1 .."•aa*. I U] lana i. ItMa Trinidad S S BtiHlrnt IMI lon< nr tvrrhrrto^. Iram HI Vinrant %  1 aaMtaaaia t ionn. Ki "* Coii |fii,n i i Knn a* HhOUNW OW.VIK INC .,— I. r No *MT Be Wise ... ADVERTISF" NOTICE -1 Wit PUT. TEiNDEKS MI'KPIIV DIKSKL F\<.1N ai*e invited for the i ,., ,. %  of one (Ii New Model MB-66 Six Cylinder 6" x 6'a" Murphy Diesel Engine mounted on engine length welded ttaal skids, length 103 7 B". radiator coolad and aqulppad ith encloaed Twin DISC power take off clutch, two 12 volt starting battalias with cablaa, radiator ran nnd lubricating oil CO tropical opanUon. Rating mo H.P. intenr.ittent 150 H.P. continuous at ISOO It.P.M. at Sea level and CO'F .mibient; also a lot of spare parts. %  houU ba Mibmltted in sealed envelopes addressed to the irked — kind. Fuller Bni.hr> lnrl U dina Ladir. M, Umi. Brutln-omK tooih d 'aife Bruh PSOHTHTV :...l-d lm u a %  t Ci id dlt and miial oAWn Ctoanara, ManirurrHru. h'. Bruahaa. Floor Smiba^ni Hru.hr.and many olnara K P CllcnsMAN K. i > Slrrrt Dutrtbiitoi i Dial 33N I", board and t Ktnga Villa|a. lainii^ lallri. B.S11 In PAtts Taitdar will i.. r... (ignad lor Ilia woodan Un Nnraea g,..,nn. .1 HI Andl'W up in Tin lllh Tha h.nkl.u| i. B wlrta with .'.ad in.ilal. S II uida aloi.a : r. %  build!"*; Slrr,r.l C A AKINNFII IRa AlrMh.v.a. I.' hi ld rn ll li laat loud %  If TD IMMET MAJORConMiin-lion*) *!, PS Steal F-anWwoFk rroan %  T-^. parkiuM i MVIT MAJOR'-< in, rotiaui.ri Barxrhn "Mor.ac ruiiif. dina> arafloidi„( -ind -— u^i-i aajuipmanr Available from Slock WOBT1IV DOWN" aitualad al Top Mlddta ""• <*• <* rocanlly conatrurlnl, /lavina Uiraa badrootna wllh coru.an ,, fl f s|_ toil*', and balhi Lana oulalda Bal cany Two-ear garaaa. two aaivarn.quartara Laundry. Per further par. T i.liiri artr Ralph A Baard. Lown Bay Straet Tl BD lflll--Jn SON CO LTD FOR HOT AUCTION INDER THE SILVER HAMMER IAITBL inn -I DtACONS BOAU 3tl WtarNBRDAV Ihr Slh Irp^mb-i malrucliona lacelvad Iron, lha Ad mrtrator of ina Ealal* n( t. w A IJQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Tn. apr.lH-.iUo,, „i WhufWId f rawUaf, rr-nlad Io Varna Janunotl n, a board and ahlneie ahop -Uh h. d aitachrd al Gi-sa* Hill. l Andra* lor parrmaaior. to uaa aatd Uajuor Um faq rnltra Maglaliair IMai A" Rianad WH;TTIH.I> OOODtNt. AM I N B -Thi* applicalton will I* I rHiered at .. LKrming Court Io b* "aid olira Court. Dbnrtet "Aon Mnruu. lath da ol Sapian'bar ItSi %  iE A MHJ"|, SEA WELL %amnuM -IHHI Pr..m Tnnidad n i.wo. e Mu.. S DuokM H DdafeSf \ Chan. B OnMlld. A AM %  I J.-nnfl. Bcc.1l I S...II K J...111. .> P W.Ik., t W.l*„ r .. | Dorrhi. J OsaSOT, A Colin J ( T Phillip. V aarnroall. L Rodi. 1 Modruiu O Babc.lon. V irown. K brown, n as H Brotna, A 0Kiina N anmi, Hawieu J U I. Q .1.. i D aw n Rim *m n H..—,,i %  > %  li.ra.d* I .u,-iK. r iMWl A.hhi Ahrsu. Mu. Air. t Iran Aallaaa p*j I.. ..... i fait.. I'aik r.oi I.Mi.. B|t a* Oniaall. Mai Url... .. I* ,. I i r> K'tl... vea r Jordan MiinMrr In Geneva wan > %  %  u.l 4iI'NDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER i have barn Instructed bv lha W.tar• o.k. Dapl I., tall at Ihalr yard. CoWrilfr Slraat on Tncadar nel 4lh Rapl rii.bar al I p m Ona Ford Truck ah D'ARCY A RCOTT mvi>i HELP ***T"T' Mn, Fmpt.iv •on) proapecti offr. Young i %  r. • LADY -For offlra al 1 loir I Haj>. At P>r la wrlllnf and In paraoi. la in Han>i|>r IIIM-Ili Ity Enciiu-i-r marked— •TENPFHS FOR MITI'MV D1KSEI. ENGINE" and should reach the City Engin_ H eer Port-of-Spain, not later thai. %  dmtai Saturday 13th September. 1951. ,1 Wi Thara's more* fo o COID • than Sniffles' Haadachr. that feverish -' %  chav all-ovar" fMling-aaaothoMCold mfotta with Alka • Saltrar. Alk.-Srlurcontains atkalino marrdi.nl. to nautraiiaa gastric acidity plui an %  nalgaaic for aoothlng haadachas Hov a it handy — a/wars' PAINSof PILES Stopped in 10 Minutas II la no longer necaaury to aaffar palna. llchlrut and inrmrni from Pllaa ain. lha dlaco.arr "I Mvlai I furmarly known aa CMnaroldl Hgtai atarta Io wnrS In It ralnutaa and not only atopa tha pain bui aJan takaa out tha i.c.i In*, atopa hl-xtlng and .omhala o-r.trrllation tharaby curbin* Kih.r iraa Maa rauaad bp Pllaa auch aa H-adacha. N.rvnuanaaa. Bac kn.hr iv.nallpallon. loaa of -n.r.y drMllit. and Irrttabla rllapoaltlon Clat H/tafrom roar loday anew tha poatUva Hytaa moat atop -our plla and IrouMaa or monav laft Prangms ciin nd did not Inform tha Cltn he was going BXOBpt that he said he waa making n tnp t,, Ihe C it> The Kmir'entourage was very much surprised al news from Amman that Tulal's brother, Naif, was heading the delegatl.Ti personally to bung Talal home and that ih. ,,.., tlon has already left Aiunvm Vfslry Agree • from Page 3. The ( huirhwarden drew attention to the breakwater below tne Princess Alice Playing Field nnd said that the water now k eurstnna on Uie Held and all the monary that h id bean sj>eni on it would be snsstad >i %  otnathlna "" not done tik..ii oil tbl I his opinion the bit ll %  %  | "' b) BbOUl f fa t in ordei : %  grl ihla ii-suit tJasMad that a i should appn.aeh tha i aboul th.mattan %  Daan, Da n HasJew gtd ..%  ..i tna vaatry ysati , was heartily welcmed bv be ChtuThwardan and othai RATES OF EXCHANGE 1111\ M 11 Bl r. an I I ni.u.h <..!.... ar. Rahbia Ranfcai \t* Zanuj Haiit u Banhar, Kmui Banhai i ,,i %  .I'l-hrr. Jovphmr f'l.hri. Km iirlh llniilr D-.ll. Hunlr. John Kami r.r Orrnada Mrnr/r^ . .. ih Claudrila Hanarr. Mart Sl I'M-.IIU O... Far TrlaMad So, *trph Daan Kahhall Willian. Mr ..r-„. Will,..". M.tarr,. M.iv Mrl-n.i.. ^Mcoa, Slaam&kip Q9nc. (NORTH rt" NO) %  'Vl( I.I H-ri-.i I*. INI .** IOKH SISVK* .lllh BrpSm.bar l %  I H tail. JBU .V .. I ANATIIAN MsVHl P\RTNFh M: I.RIM ii.. \airn ROI1FRT THfM LTD. — Nl-W VOHK ASH (HIT SFRVK E APPLY:—UA COKTA A CO I.TI — < ANAIIIAN "HERVIfF SACUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN sKKVlti; I-..mi Unlit IN \ s. A. Montreal LOADING DATES Vliamia MrLal .ate. Mn.w mJm •ii. Bold klcCom 1r< Charlr. D.<. John r R..b.it Jarkaon OirooK. V.lma Calland. aarat Amoroao, Pamrla On Branch Calharina Aafi„ Mai.nali Katl • %  m M.I,-I %  i. MM i SM Han Hnn. RWa %  1,1 Mltrhall llrl.n MUrt .11 lirll In. Cnalal. Cvnl Coahtl Murpn. Judith Murphr Mn. M >h Prr.~l. .ia.d ni..|.. T M ,. lira. Aauaaa InwaoMl far — iaaa Joaaph MainAidrr Wtlkin.,.n .ii.i i ..,,.-, CTrtl Coaia.. Carol I ArOmi Coairr J lI.ir.B..I.I Paul Itr.i %  DM II-I.IWitrhrii Hafan MJaivf Sill, hf 11 In CofUM Id.in Uuephl Judith Mi i. %  Illladriti Tltrlna. II I M I* MlM Walrlmari %  ar 1.I-.I....... 1. i %  urimv" auwVAi i n %  %  II Rant X Map! lallfas Faacird Arrnal liairi aaldarl-a. Barbada. toih Autii" \ af>iambc' a Sapi lath ^idam Dal" Mno.i-.i BafSaMM Anents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 470.T •VrVVry/ # -VrVrV/^V/V/ 4 SALE Even Dm of '/.v.'.wrt'.v.'.',,. DAY September AT WE ARE BUYERS Wa bu* nnrthmd comaalad with STAMPS BhaaSa, amair lump. no, A.-.-umuiapaata anr. ("Vi". IJ.-od prtroa Paid al Ihr I MUMMA* -i>r sonrrY lSwan St. PILES There is on oeed for us to tell you of the maddening iniUlUoa, UtS day Bfad night tortnra caused by pile tronble. We tea you that if you on!y stait using Mao Zaa at once it will atop UW terrible pain, wothe and completely beaJ blind or breeding puct. Read just tneaa two froas a host ol letter* M.. M nA. HaaaaloawrlU*:-"Poroaar a T*** I laSarod wiih larribla boraku) piTaa PoDMotaliona and oialmanU > %  • ata oaJy tan porarr r4iaf. Than I hoard of Maa Zaa. ai dmdad io lr it. Now. la Iaaa Ihaatbraa waaka, mm romin-trlr cared af Una draadfal roaiDuUnl.' Umi T.. PaawMk, aapi, "luhuki aaJ baa* Ian pUaa wanted ate for orar two raiia. and (ould not obtain any rsOaf. I waa rift—Haiti to try Mao Zaa, and onajtdiatrlr 1 Iojad rahal. NLII am qi.ia liae of lae tarriblaaa-oar. Don't suffer longer the Mrre^eafjoyina;, wtakfitinf oaiaery of pde trouble. Man ZaBwUlraoMrfJypa>^uinatJUit relief. Sold in eaay. cJeao-to-oae tubaa, snOil apaaal ooiik appucaUi. from ag cbctniita ManZan PILE REMEDY M. .1. M.n.i. Qi n natna Dabnaa Dav I Ba %  HI % %  % %  i i M-i|...a. raldaia.-PI..<(iorllnlahl I. M..in Chin oil Campbell, ii/ .mi %  !! %  ,. %  OoMli ISM 0 i .bath Carfnball 0 Ca.i.|>lirll I M. .11< a—.n Pa' In-' tlaplinFarrrll OI*VHM R— •' '• / (MseH Dismiss* it THE AsSlStBOt Court ..f A, i ludajas, Mr <;. iT>I..: H. A Vaugban yecierday agn-i-rl with Police M ,. w Harpai and tilsmasaad lour James Ifuntv ot | v II.. iBl Phlll] aiainat Ai %  'ry. St Philip James llunie elnimiHi that Qodii.ni! saaaulted htg "• %  %  RDrJ 1 %  OaTag can* tum| i "fl uu nine land All U IFafkl llaand to have heen DO on April 20. ..-. , %  .: pute aa 10 whom (he land i >,i. %  Of n. llunte's rase was thei -.. I Of i-nd on Evelyn Tl >%  ih ha Hid i %  IT. ItM Wr %  uuught Ihe land he foun.i Q idard living In a house on ft Ile i %  djfjtrd anfAlas Ni %  i. for* thai dais ba R I'.l Kill nn •>,. land M.^..t ,idgment but whan kppewlad, Ooddarrl Oh pi'lKinen' reverted. 1 ;idl. cotldard's moth rin-law sal,| the land bt' Alberfn.. Hr.II. hsi I • I't'-i Her husband used to %  filler Ihe *r,rkin,: Of ,i Mn d aft,, wind-Goddard t.-.k oaajf t'-i THE BARGAIN HOUSE 30 Swan Street a SII.K SHANTUNG cam ra ( MINI I., u J in 11 lowly ihadaa .1 II.1B %  aaraUfl ihaa—i .1 51.11*. \ BOROBRED COTTON FLOWERED BILK Fiw QaaUrr fl 11.11 for NIchHm 'i Nc. 1 IM NIGHTIES 1111. JERSEY 1 MHRIMI. J mill) 1:1 in si s .1. |2i'.l | ix. Prin fan IIK \SSIKKKS Nc. & up VESTS & PANTO g 2 for I.II0& up 1 nil liKKS PANTIES STRIPED SHIRTS j :i for $1,211 RMahl Irrajralan ' 1 •/ %  8/•: WORKING SHIRTS STRIPED SHIRTS 2 for S'I.IHI $2.9.1 up %  PBGIATi STKIHKIl SUITING SI.IW yd. uu//. oar 1 \o u COWINCED. ;: 1/. QBNUINE otrt.H.S THE BARGAIN HOUSE 30 SWAN STREET. If OTIC E OfJR <'ISTOMKRS ARK ASKKP TO M1TI Til \T HUB WORKSII'ir AMD SERVICING I)r'PARTMi:NTS Will. nP (I.OSr'D I IIOM MONDAV, HO. SI IT! Mill R AMI Wll.l. RE-OPEN AGtIN OR MONDAY. 1TTR SI %  l-Tr ">If!l It Itfl. so AS Tfi EMABLE OUR PKRSONNI.I. TO II \V; TIII HI MHUALU wi I SKELETON ST AFP WQX BB II Ml ABLE FOR EStRaOENCIES ONLY. OUR Opnca, GAsoi.INK KPBATPAOrriNO, PXRTs IMAf ( I SSORIKS DEPARTMBNTI Wll.l. BF OPFN FOR BUSIVKSS AS USUAL <4M ItllSt WHITE PARK ROAD t.Aiitf.t: — DIAL 4616 I




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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951

Ridgway Calls Truce —

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Communists Step
Up Offensive

EIGHTH ARMY 4.Q,, Korea, Sept. 3.
(COMMUNISTS hurled an estimated 6,000 men
against United Nations lines in East Central
Korea on Monday, as General James A. Van Fleet,
warned that the Reds could put 850,000 men and
1,000 planes into a new offensive within two weeks.

Enemy troops weré supported by
“avy concentration of artillery

!
SCHOON ERS and mortar fire, as they staged one
if the heaviest drives in recent
, 1 jays he ares rth and pth-
FOUNDER IN ont oe Wane metinited Nations
} troops, however, held their posi-

HEAVY SEAS tion, and in some plaves made

small. advances Allied artillery

Team Back Into Action

GENERAL MATT "RIDGWAY cali
HEW B. RIDGWAY called
the Korean cease-fire team back to Tokyo on Linda Darnell

Monday night for consultation on a formal message 1 ?
to Communists which could revive or kill armistice W ill Help J ca

talks. Vice Admir:! ©. Turner Joy, chief delegate, e i .
Rear-Admiral Arleigh Burke, and Air Force Major K I ef Fund

General Laurie Craig with staff members flew to. "°° TGNSGN’Sen

Tokyo for critical talks. { aa Darnell Hollywood sta:
Ag who was caught the J ;
Reds were awaiting your, hurricane . in ‘yam
reply” to the latest message

Ridgway on September first is | KING GEORGE Schp-ta ont’ ta me

ica Hurricar










: The las Euierprise S., 6¢ on the East Central Front inflicted
note which “demanded” he rein-' lief Fund. She said so in Lon tani ee a roe iene St 886 Communist casuabties,
vestigate Kaesong neutia!.iy todoy at'a Eres Ce - c - ons, sank in Cas are : nat your, = ; Allied warplanes ft @ Wread
violation protests and which ig-! Is IN GOOD | ae eee Lucia, y28. the = scaooner Gieris through heavy fog to continue the
nored repeated offers to resum. | “Relief is needed desperately in Henrietta, 60 tas, went to bottom] offensive against the enemy sup-
ceasefire talks TH | Jan naica and anything that con be in 33 feet of water in Port-of-Spain] ply columns. More than 9,000
It is believed here Ridgway HEAL 4 done in England thre h_ the it ape wo — . ao 7 a — vt
: “ ; . . 3 cable rom Nelson Isilanc Agnt hin e lines in ne las ree
might make a new proposition .. | {Relief Fund should be done witt ‘veal : : oe] es Se ee tein Rattlers
Communists ain.ed at. broak'r> LONDON, Sept. 3 {the utmost urgency” she declared. during the bad weather that was/days. Bombers an £ g



si se King George still undergoes
the present deadlock ove. the) qaily treatment for arterial con- |



; experienced in the Caribbean early | destroyed or damaged 500 out of
be * description of the hurricane “






























i i } sas ag if on Sunday 1,800 vehicles in an attack up to
neutrality violation which are dition of the legs but otherw ise |, was as if 1,000 Jerry bomber Schooners Emanuel C. Gordor|@awn on Monday.
subordinated to peace talks. Poth!) . j; in fairly good health, Court had just come over and droppec ind Agustus B. Compton which TOKYO. Sept. 3
his, and the message signed by circles said on Monday. a jtheir bombs in the middle of jwere also caught in the squally Peiping Radio claimed that a
Kim Il Sung and Peng Teh Huai, They described as “routine” a/ Jamaica. Damage wa fantast weather. 1 mped into St. Lucig| United _ States heavs bomber
North Korean and Chinese Mili-;fying trip to the King at Bal-|. Miss Darnell, who in Eng- | with torn sail 7 “| dropped a bomb on August 29th at
tary Commanders become mee raéral in Scotland by two London land for three weeks hooting” Shise _— zi bee aoa n
tions of accusation. rialis the film “Saturds T-lend,” is > ‘ ” > _ cablegram reaching here from}|County of the Liaotung Province
Feelin i Tokyo and at the} |@uecialiats, Dae pe. pee emir 45. utes , mailed J lal ae Ne rh TWO BOYS gather up the splintered remains ci Yacht “Condor” which was smashed by waves on | Lucia “sta “d re ittempts{and_ then flew off in the direction
so ors mS | 1e doctors treated him for in- ; , alled on to help the Esplanade Rocks during the bad weather exporienced here early on Sunday. he , my bYs) of Korea. Later the same day,
Advance Camp in Korea was thal ,Sammation of the lungs in June | y p Fwere being made at salvaging the Peiping Radio said that another
no progress will be made unti!'and July and sare checking up on Noel Coward Will Help From Au Quarters Enterprise 8. Another from Trini- Reining flew over Yungtieng and
someone changes the subject.|his recovery. The King has been| |. lad stated that the two masts of! a ntung the area where the
It was suggested that Ridgway'#0use shooting for severel days, This afternoos she met Lady ul I ‘icane aun: ai the Gloria Henrietta were visible] Chinese have a big alr@mld
might turn away from hard ~-a vigorous sport event for those |Huggins, the w'fe of the Chair- 53 tl l i ind that each mast was being tem- Peiping lao citedul perialist
boiled exchanges by making one |!" good health. He has not notice-|man of the En.ertainments | ur 1¢ porarily marked by a green Hight. gq sturbances” caused By warships
or all of these proposals. edly favoured his legs but underjcommittee of the Relief ; ae on August 29th. Vessels appeared
Firstly iebent the denial t | doctors orders he spends an hour|Lady Huggins told her j ed oO omen D . Both the Enterprise 8. and the on Ar Sn er ee head
| U.N, forces were involved in avy jor two daily taking heat ther-'Coward had agreed to give uring oe Henriette — Wrtie Herthi- 29th and 30th, Peiping said, and
| be t qepy. proceeds n the second or third coin the harbours. Skippers man : searchlight o Chinese
of the Kaesong incidents, bu is ; I eas irom nd or by : ; urned a searchlight on
cae me tee fr i The Royal physicians are close-}night of his new play “Relative MEXICO CITY, Sept. ¢ i S Holida cuvering their ships in the vicin-| cities and fired signal flares
| en rane . oral 13 watching the leg > molady—|values”, which open eae | j beg tet i. e . ty of the Gloria Henrietta have
while the Subcommittee discuss ~..gers disease Gderk circles |,” ues”, which opens here soon Flood waters began to recece in eastern Mexico Naiday oe Evel Na Uae wales ne There has been no break in the
the whole question of Kaesone’s | neutrality. This could satisfy \ cays thar others but is not in “That's a grand gesture,” sal least 421. Known dead in Mexico rose to 265. Another | Labour Day to-day but death tool The Enterprise S. left Barbado | munist radio stations ang ee
eet veneea eat ave ~lsevere pain and is still planning|Darnell “and if anything is 155 died when the hurricane hit Jamaica and two Texas ]|no holiday. Toll of accidents anc} on August 30 with 28 passengers fe ays ee ea eg on ane
congeding siiy U.N; responsibil lo. make he Royal four of Aus- ranged between artistes in Lon-| fishermen were drowned in the storm in the Gulf of Mexico. | Various forms of ars death on re = a. a s ‘of the suspension of the ceasefire
S ON} sats - alia th w r iP, oO! shi s]i give d nw we > long week-end. wi: e| live ‘re lost b he cargo san 7
ity. time eae on give my own Known toll was expected to climb higher as Tescue parties at, 0.40 a.m The offcial ieatt vith her The Gloria Henrietta t#lks. The “Voice” charged that
Secondly recommend a chang\ | Ph ili K | Meny Taxa in singe push on. Dre otal was 301 is being loaded with 100 tons of ae allie & eee ee
i a Jamaicz singe ys a atts . 7 aS} ‘ » ste , » Reds ¢
of conference site. The fact il ippine rst sorts nereabe. céeathie- fl J flying over reported n { I I f Non-traffic deaths total was 152] steam coal with which she wa aie art ed Japanese Treaty
Kaesong is in Red territory, help towards the fund a of life for many mi les where san e orm including 78 drownings. Airplane] soon to sail for Rarbado r nference : It said that the Reds
a 2 lane sfoct . ‘e stor 2 ey anch- * : ’ . os Pais
week 9. sowed oF Fe SRtistaOtio To Register Bee the ris sper 0 tePice 5 crashes killed 11 and miscellaneou rhe Augustus B. Compton wa[may be deliberately prolonging
at all U.N., levels since the firs af hand ping the Gulf port of Tampico said r d O U. N, mishaps 68 sught in squal he fre Korea's suffering and frustrating
gg + Pin | SAN_ FRANCISCO, Sept. 3. . , _ . ae SDIOEMUC Ah SY DOME Wan aa ge n There was a high number o St Tueie 2 Is ait \ the a ‘ it eventual unification in order to
Thirdly propose the resv~y-| The Philippine delegation was|QOn 1-Man Goodwill jth2cvst the village. multiple death automobile acci | Her sails were badly torn and he.| blackmail the rest of the world at
tion of meetings at a specific |the first to register for the Jap- Ape, Miami Weather Bureau BY ieats.—U.P : , : 1s Francisco, Once again the
. ; * ‘ a { w hurric ag 983 aad LS. DELEGATE skipper, Captain Cozier, took her an . .
| time as the “last offer’ by U.N.,janese Peace Treaty conference, Mission To W I ane EW BUNT OOTA AOR: we NO CANDIDATE, UNESCC] pack into St, Lucia, The Emanuei] Communists | h a v e made the
| to get ceasefire talks back on the |when registration opened at 9 , , - spond py \y ae ee GENEVA, Sept. 3. | Directcr, Jaime Torres Bodet, said) (. Gordon was sailing for Barbados| Korean people the victims of Red
track, requiring Communists toja.m. on Monday. Edwardo B d E i p - an ley : sen ae ae S' Land reform was’ urged in the !ne will not be a candidate in the| from Trinidad with a cargo of co-| ¥pocrisy and greed,”—U.P.
accept or reject immediate re-|Quintaro the Consul for the| ernar rane, M. . som 600 milo sg SR United Nations Monday by the; coming Mexican Presidential elec-| jas With her sails blown. away
, ; , : ste, te some 2, S$ S 1 So ~ast . oat nein ate “Whe te wl ic ‘ ae :
sumption of talks.—U.P Department of Foreign Affairs | (trom! lie tin Ccrvaspentent’ of the Forida’ peninsula, United © States asa “basic step} tion. “When I accepted the office] Captain Patrice took her into St





registered for the delegation. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 30.’ The Weather si SCO} Lucia. Both schooners are under-
The Japanese, also registered) Stating that he was on oe tebe ene, Weather Bureau said the “Tsadgr Ltibin American dele-|1 took on.international obligation a ate abe

‘ ; steamsh sit ioe A ‘ moing repairs at St Lucia
Chinése Object To early, with Kohi Teroaka, the}/man goodwill mission to the West Rirestion’ bt the few the witd' pote, submitted. a resolution ap: 1 cannot withdraw, |

toward economic development.'|of the Direetor General UN

ike’s Force Is Four
Months Behind
Hand

hurricane
Chief of the Japanese Govern-! Indies, Mr, Bernard Braine, Con-\from three position sitio i eon foe ciljam sure fellow countyymnen share a
{ment Overseas Agency in New| servative M.P; for . Billericay PON ee adie e ae eee

indicate the whirling form of the
Japanese Treaty -York and a member of the Jap-j Division of Essex, who arrived |new tropical storm. The Weather| 2% Feform “on the | permanent

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 3. anese delegation signing for!in Trinidad on Wednesday/Bureau sent hurricane hunte

that view." #.

NOT BINDING.—Any Japanes« Atasied pos
usenda of the United Nations for] pyeaty adopted st Say ear Op e



oor, Japan. Teroaka was accompan-!promptly backed up his remark|planes .out to get the locatio {the | first time in the organiza-! wi) not be binding on Nationalis 2, " By KAROL THALER
George Yeh, the Minister of /ied by Owen Zuriellen, the State! by exorting Wilfred Ferguson, cirestion and size ‘of the eam | ion’s history. China, an official Government Jap Re armament LONDON, September 3,
Foreign _ Affairs of the Cc hinese Department Liaison Officer with] W.I. spin bowler, to “bowl out the | blow Lubin told a@ press conference! statement declared to-night.—U.P MELBOURNE, Sept. 3 Military authorities reported
Nationalist Government said that the Japanese delegation, and] Australians,” in the coming W.I. Fou eyed hurricane “Dog wa th, “U.S. Government is of the ciety ‘nite.‘rhe Cathe} hora an dation oe li -onday that General Dwight
ein Amante rruute D one es a {Keisuke Arita, a member of the Australian cricket tour, Thejheaded westward toward Jamaic |i aaa ‘Gus vi ee " hee Bishop of Hong Kong, Henry Val-[the rearmament of J pan and enhower 6 ele Meets To
rape 4 wel ina A ae cone | delegation Governor's A.D.C introduced Be oss the Caribbean after deliver- & errents to real econo-} iorta, died in Hong Kong yester-] protesting against the release of | force is at least four months



The Egyptian delegation regis-|him to Ferguson who left on|ing a glancing blow to Martinique.| 2° developments in many coun-











j § t jay after an extended illne He] Japanese and Ger n war crimi +hedule, The 24 divisions en-
In a statement, released by the | tered immediately after the Jap-] Wednesday for Australia. —I.P. reg is the state of land tenure
local Chinese Consulate on Sun-j| ;nese. M.S, Ahmed, Secretary to ant taxation measures \
day, Yeh said that His Govern-|the delegation, registered for] Mr. Braine said that he had a His resolution asks Govern-| 440166 base at Knesong frade Union Congress, ye resent.| te spring or summer informants
ment approved the treaty gen-|Feypt.u.e, een many British colonies, but | Mr W lie Made nents to assure the security oif “ ve ee we st Kae 0m g ordered $2 Unions in Accini "| caid. So far Eisenhower has about
erally, but that Nationalist China ; had never come to these parts. | . y id to cultivators to acquire 7 N. as Sereesetrieet: a ty for! Cong expressed oppos tion to] !2 divisions va
has “consistently upheld the! He considers it necessary that} F eee a : se aes France, Italy and some of th

er Fe member nations ot
‘T.O., will be urged to make
n “at out effort to live up to com-
nitments on which they have
fallen short. An increase in their
ontributions by as much as three
uarters of previous contributions
vill be required in the coming
var if the Pact force is to take
h ipe informants reported

—UP

a = any other re y
q ; , : f ‘ ~ egotiations at Kaesong U.P. vhich \
Treaty with Japan. | onies for himself, and while here 5 facilities, and revise equable tax ; a tee ; Which would allow the remili-
ae ‘ | > wi . : tA: ani ine Secretary of State for t tion. The Ame a x 10 KILLED IN CRASH.—Tet[tarisation of Ja yan, rh Ss e
t that China was J > he will study the economic pros- , ’ oases ation, i rican resolution ; at ; ps le §
a RE nation to fight Japanese ersey pects and political problems, par- x wen "g has oer Me ane . expected to win the eneerys al ait oi i re seG ar med jurec sald ihe Australian Coun:il of
™ 5 alar Haus seve Wylie, Senior ‘edera sounse of the Council here { a onday near New elhi in ¢ rade Inions
‘ Chinese forces had ticularly in view of federation.| “°° en? am he il h and go b : Stine a elaine ine eae
aggression, ae fl cagerargy NEW YORK, Sept. 3. After a four-day stay in Trinidac Federated Malaya, for appoin jfore the General Assembly session] ‘@in wreck which { when} Trade Union
suffered the heavi } An earthquake rocked north- : ehath “itich Guiana {ment to the post of Attorney! > aes ha
ring the war. He said that theje:n New Jersey and Westchester he will proceed to British Guiana Gienaenl- asia ans in Paris later this fall. Lubin
Republic of China had declared County at 3.26" 2m to-day and Barbados and Jamaica. He i Mr. W lie Tibotd 46 years old, at
: P ne a - er. 7 . fexpected to arrive in Barbados - Wyte, 10 IS 20 years a, ; : P
war on Japan.— . roe ah aig the wes was educated at Auckland Gram 12 miles from here, officials re gain Australian troops during
telephoned police to find out i

th had b tom mar School and the University of), the land tee Wed: he ses vorted the war.—U.P,
nere had been an explosion. New Zealand. He is a Bache nel iit 7 ? MING | Aan
The “ADVOCATE” 1 ‘~ aaa ene tee ae Prd teat ew Zealand. He is a Bachelor end]; 4)6y, nannbnrients® that’ Gov E DURING A’ BROADCAS!

said that tine
"Movement could
r countenance the rearrma
pas- nt of any country, which woulc
enger compartment on a rail 1 repeat the atrocities

mixed freigh ind passenger
rain derailed, mashin ine





would make for a better
iso@al and political sytem if the
jfarmer was granted real nena



itlec



this evening and _ will return to
Trinidad Saturday evening

} ils w i ' if sd by the end of 1951 prob-
was 68 and a native of Milan nals ‘ 1 unaninously on aged F
WINTER HEATERS.—The UN Mond by ine all istralian aS ly will not be available until

‘ . | A — G ownership of land and establi | fab tidies cath K ; the Japanese Peace Treat ond
right” to participate in the Peace| ‘Quake In New every M.P. should see the co | Attorney enteral r expand = agricultural ere ie vith =Korean cease-flrelaiso opposed t





Mr. Braine, the past few days Master of Laws, New Zealand, ana





| biz Iniversity Ls : I ts OMinte “a. coonerat [he Senate Republican leader,
bia University Lomont Geologi-| ;, i ain aan . to | bee Se Vite ipetihinas : ; ,{ornmen promote a cooper: pA . a
Ws : 1 holding discussions with Minis-} became a Barrister and Solicitor of Ure" ; Kenneth §. Wherry, said during
oe for NE cal’ Observatory _ at petisnnces ters and other concerned with} the Supreme Court, New Zealand reba eee PO) aren ate 1 broadcast that he does not want
Dial 3113 Lee eos seismograph said) Tpinidad’s policy said that he} ir. 1928, He has been called to th ee a a bi hen ei e re pu
D Ni ht Paee See Spree Neat oC finds the West Indies fascinating.| Bar of the Inner Temple Hej cnase « irming implements, en
ay or Nig }quake 2 it was “very close

( 10 t ral

Ne. daitade haw be : ted was engaged in private practice sae indu ay in rura) ao Aot-to recognise Communist:Chine
\? Oo Gamage nas peen TPO from 1928 to 1940, and served in|? eu os ! 4 manpower anc

vere the New Zealand Expedttionars inplement agricullural ineome

ry .
Truman Arrives Force from 1941 to 1945, retiring|°xP9nd and develop programme

vith the rank of Major, He was|”! literacy end general vducat 8 Tren this morning with a warnin

y Brace > *row . ‘ th Lub said: “If we are going Fs s
7. uppointed a Crown Counsel on the n u v to Russia not to tamper with whe
onre** Makes A In Frisco Malayan Establishment in 194(|'0 heve neace.. people have | rot | Jag athe ‘ Pénee Treaty r



he Senate to ratify the Japanese f L th nN

Peace Treaty until Japan promise or ess a

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" ies ee . ‘ i was r “ Senior |{o feel that Life is worthwhil tha .
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 3 nd was promoted to Senior sak t Truman took off for tne
President oe. Mirae here | Federal Counsel in 1950. He is at} 10! only. for themselves bit, fo \' Bk t as 0820 E 'S rc t e rice
& Monday to open the Japanese | Present acting as a Puisne Judgejtheir children.” He stressed 1! tT RUSSIAN DORE 2
re ic ion n . ac ec conference as British Min-|#! [poh in the State of Perak he American programme has py, Serge Voronoff, 85, worl
| ister of State Kenneth Younger } iP Vater Se 2 ; oe tae re 7 Bs tng | amous Ru mn bor thority o
ae z x ra predicted thut the treaty t tur has no ¢ ulldren, Is expe dl to take an refort it sted in ist nivenatio . avlment died or :
j SAN FRANCISCO, Se “pt. 3, Japan to ic Batty at Ratan ip the duties of his new appoint rn Europe —UP. Saturday atte 7 aa yin er of other English
British Minister of State, Kenneth Younger predicted] would be signed on schedule or. | ert about the middle of Dece: oe in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Newspapers by air
Monday that the Japanese peace conference would wind up!Saturday. The President’s plane }>° a Red Li hts Over fucts surrounding his death hav pap’ Y
on schedule next Saturday despite any attempts to stall|#rived at San Francisco's inier-| ¢7 ALIN — SENDS MESSAGE Be: been kept as a mystery as the cit
. national, airport a few hours a aca eiie g 2 erematory said arrangements hac
" Se te ae ae before the Russian delegation) 70 MAO TSE TUNG Allied Lines been made to cremate the body |
After conferring with Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, | <.. eT ees ae ; as . ein dated’ cuvicaitiae rp
, “c Was to recieve a copy of the rule TOKYO, Sept. 3, CENTRAL FRONT ver lat er cancelled.—U.V
Younger told reporters he was confident of the majority of|of procedure for the conference] Communist Peiping radio broad aa “ptember 3
votes needed for the adoption of the tough set of rules pro-! designed to block their plan to} cast a message on Tursday fror Mysterious red us foated) LABOUR REBELS ARE





posed by the U.S. and Britain in an attemnt to thwart any — prevent signature of the pone Site : — Stalin te
Communist filibuster at the conference. | ‘The President formally opens ‘ving Communist air ‘te rah

- t . +j t ; : . 7 a . : 7 , 7 .
Under the rules each delegatiun ,Britain and the United States have the conference with a 25 minute|defeat of Japan. The messag fu we |
gets one hour to air its views and|formulated for the conference. 7 ,

over the Allied lines or th PLAYING INTO HANDS

fourth consecutive might endl OF PROPAGANDISTS only a few days after

United Nations officers could offe





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S speech at 7.30 p.m. Tuesday. ja reply to one 2 Cory a 7 tsLACKPOOL, Engl { j i
Foe miaulse Le HAWEr rte cdot hk be ah artifia Mesamene or ileal ae at 7 I ’ ise © ef e —_* heats commec jno explanation for their occur- BLACKPOOI 2 2! md ‘ Publication
question. Prolongation of the de-|is rigidly drawn in an effort to] ‘py, p ie smmed from ‘his! even? — - ‘yrence. The lights, one hanging} |. ‘ , een
ao cas 1
bate could occur only by the de-|'lock any Communist attempt to Ds “independence” witt Stali pe pty ’ Mage > t Alfs robert
cision of the entire conferenc stall or beg down proceedings by] p>" 2 le eek sa $3 we ' rs was quoted as saying tha'| apparently carried aloft by) Congress President Alfred Robe

! mference, . =. . S road smile on his ice the ‘hinese people = 1 the hallo stie » rd >| warned revolting left win

- pel a ‘vaang {the prolonged debate. i é ’ peor any the! alloon or helicopter, and ther é >

ee entices = confident Ther pn indications, Subardjo He waved to the »pplause of ®| liberation ar played a great'carried across the lines at an|Labourites Mon day that they ar j

vi eee nist s Bial considers, that rules fra the course| Sâ„¢all crowd of dig.itaries and{role in destroying Japanes:!altitude of 2000 feet by the p playing into the hands of Sovie'| ENGLAND S MOST
ie ee ore was with Acheson are a bit too rough. First meeting pelitical leaders on hand to meet) imperialism despite Kuornintar ailing north-easterly winds, | Propagandists |
“We did not sain gs: Mla 1 between Japanese and British| him Asked if he thought this] intrigues.” —U.P. —U-.P.

mally scuss any-





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thi * H } 1 d 11} Was good weather for a_ peace |
ning. owever when pressed lite place Monday afternoc vhen} conference, Truman laughed jov- || y, Re t In my view
concerning Anglo-American plans |} Pp Sea a gat a ot a te Pars allant.’ It ° pe ~ 1 a ee 5 pele’
ahae a inte sie Cok al “aD8\}former Japanese Premier Shigeru| ially and said “yes excellent.” 1 J * of iY 16 Iv h my ds—it i |
he said, I think we: shall aye Yoshida calls on Younger was a chilly and overcast day, Advocate amaica Relic I und | e disse vice to our people PAPER
majority for the rules of procedure ; mae ; U.P 5 npaign within ow |
which will enable us to get - “i ; oo ' ; oe 20 edhe apt ge i ;
; vile id ; ‘ Yoshic Sunday after con- This Fund creeps slowly os m movement which can only have
San cantar id ee piibons ferring with -heson on “ques- upward after reaching the eee ead the effect of weakening the d d
7 agr 1e) ” e rules > ‘ s + udek 5 ry j
won't nie ‘e we wil) tions arising in connection” with $5,000.00 mark in almost 1.00 igges ing that the | at our door
there is no reason to think we wil Mfuat Se'wanten wo see| Albert Gomes’ Life || record time. te stn vats jie of Wescern power | Dalered, pt eaee Soe
Younger daid rules were in cro ng oon a e latter ar-| ~ the donations of those who j as of negotiation’ |
é 2s were in - ; : 2 :
" aa ri-) rived Younger came in by air . have not yet contributed. ‘end 00 the t W for 1
cess of being discussed with vari- leds y night i Threatened Is THIS YOU? .e 800 | |agreed sett! estions t
' u } onl a. . ae . > Elton & Elliot aed vl er
John Foster Dulles also attended m Our Own Correspondent } eee ee 5 Ag pe Mattle 2.00 bic ri rl Subscription... panasenorsaiion £10 per year
the Younger-Acheson meeting in } POR’ T-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 3! | West Indi: = se Jamz on a . a ; Or i |
Younger’s suite Earlier, Acheson TO-RAY’S WEATHER | An anonymous letter threaten- tt < aa ans in _ . K. ¥ M Ke r Ft 0) | J Vv st le | 2
talked with Carlos Romulo Aomu- |} ling the life of Trinidad’s Labot ne answer is ‘yes e . Tre Ithet « exce Starting October 1st
lo, head of the Philippines delega-} CHART Minister Hor é ‘Gomes wa make it right at once. cP te hand |
tion who reportedly is being assed sent to him »ece The’ letter Either of the three city ms : . hy Gal
to consider accepting permanent : ; gs . ; Banks will accept your gift 1 . +} Book now with lan ale
Chairmanshi = r the ; fasence| Sunrise: 5 50 a.m. , ; however small, or bring it tl Bonk of Canada Dp ‘ See wand
Aoke forriaiie aan Teta Sunset: 6.05 p.m. . direct to the office of this A hh ‘
which formally opens Tuesday Moon: First Quarter Sept. 8 Naweaaner » Pt Minister Daily Telegraph Representative
hana n i I led to ¢ Lighting : 6.00 p.m. = Saas Don't miss to day MI Me se pi tin |”
Acheso s 1eduled » confer 5 t4e to want to ki 7 ‘ ' r nom t °
ere rh Hich Tide: 5 ahs Amount previo ; 2 , ; clo Advocate Co., Ltd.
on Monday with Foreign Minister 6.01 p-m ieenciedaes re m . y he } en]
Ahmed Subartijo of Indonesia. It L on Tide : 11.24 am. and indersto that ¢t Mdvecsie Ce. 148 LAK : ear 1 este
is understood that Subardio wishes | - 11.44 . — llette mised M Gome taf CF. H ' ‘
to } 1eson about the tough “ p.m. | more month of lif } ' ‘ € : A A
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for Trinidad over the

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ent, '
Theology b
AAR. J. W. L. G. CLARKE, sor
1Â¥4 of the late Mr. J. W. Clark
I mer headn ter of St
Leonard’s Boys’ School and Mrs.
larke f Bank Hall ar ci from
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ke Theology

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B.W.IA, at Piarco.

Educational Adviser

¢'PE? NG six weeks’ leave ir
S United Kingdom, is Mr.
J. I Ni |, Educational Adviset
to the Comptroller for Develop-
ment Welfare in the West
indi

Mt Nicol left Barbados on
Sunday evening by the Colombie.
He wa accompanied by his
vife

Education Officer

R. HERMAN D. BOXILL,
L formerly French Master
Harrison College and now Educa
tion Officer, St. Lucia sailed by
the Colombie for England on
Sunday. For the past few week
he had been holidaying in Bar
bados.

Leaving by the same ship were
Dr. and Mrs. S. D, Gun-Munr
and their three children.

Vinter Memorial Fund
“HE Codrington High School
Old Girls’ Association are
organising a dance at the Crane
Hatel to be theld on Saturday
October 13th The dance is it
aid of the Vinter Memorial Fund
The association is planning to
build a school hall in memory of
the late Miss Jessie Vinter a
former headmistress of the
school.
The Police Dance Orchestra
will be supplying the musie and

October 13th is the night before ,

full moon,



THE
4



BY THE WAY

{' you receive from Blackpool
a comic postcard showing a
red-nosed man looking at a girl in

bathing-dress thrqugh a telescope,

ind saying: “Dear me! What a
charming young lady!” you will
know that the Blackpool] Commit-
tee of Censorship has been at
work. Comic postcards are to be
spervised in future. The draw-
ing of the dishevelled roysterer
staggering out of a public-house,
will probably have the caption
“An excellent glass of beer!
Luckily, I know when I've had
sufficient.” Under all pictures of
a man and a girl will be printed:
“How do you do, Miss?” “I'm
quite well, thank you, And you?’

How to Begin
IVING advice to young writ-
ers, a painstaking mentor lays
great emphasis on the beginning

of a piece of writing. The reader, |
rested and in-}

he says, must be ;
terested by the very first words



This is not easy, particularly if |

you are writing about the harden-
ing process used in boiler-making

A beginning I always quote is that |
of an essay by Mr. Hilaire Belloc}

in “Hills and the Sea.” The open-
img words are: “It was on or about



1 Tuesday—I speak without boast-
ing.” But there is a form of be- |
finning which novelists love, and]
which is guaranteed to ke*p any |

honest man away
It generally rur

from the book



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Three Months . AND MRS. WM. PATTER-

ISS LUCILLE HU')TCHINSON
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When
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_ Correspondent
correspondent

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typed up his cables

storm for the Advocate while his
was part roofless.

ADVENTURES ;



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prising youngsters to revolt against
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Best Test Fo

What Do You Think
Of An Ink Blob?

CHICAGO, Sept. °.

A prominent psychologist said an ink splotch is the

best test for detecting insanity.

Despite many new test-

ing techniques ink splotch—a device almost as old as the
science of psychology itself—still is the best way to study
the subconseieus according to Dr. Helda Bolger of the Uni-

versity of Chieago

Bolger was one of approximately 5,000 delegates to the

American Psyehological

Association

Convention here.

In the ink splotch or Rorschach test the doctor analysed
the patient's reaction to a smear of ink on a piece of paper.
What the patient thinks he sees in the splotches gives the

doctor a clue to the ideas

Town Clerk
Suspended

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31,
the

Official intimation of
suspension of Mr. H, W. Farrell,
Town Clerk, from office as from
August 31, was given by the
Mayor, Coyncillor Raymond
Hamel-Smith at the statutory
meeting of the Council held or
Thursday.

The announcement. of suspen-
sion, received in silence by the
Ceuncil, read as follows:

“Conseguent upon certain re-

ports received from the Govern-
ment Auditor touching the
administration of the duties of the
Town Clerk and the appointment

by the Council of a Committee
under the chairmanship of
Councillor George Cabral to in-
quire and report upon the in-
cidents set out therein; and the

Town Clerk’s letter dated July 30,
1951, addressed to me, I have sus-

pemded the Town Clerk from
office on half pay as from
August 31, 1951.

“IT have further directed the
Acting Town Clerk to make

available to the Town Clerk true
copies of all relevant documents
1elating to the inquiry.”

August Was Record
Month For Fires
Black Market Eoard

(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 31.
Figures released by the Black
Market Board reveal that August
was a record month, Fines
amounting to $4,415.08 were im-
posed. This is the highest month-
ly total since the inception of the

Department...

One hundred and thirteen cases
against profiteers resulted in 110
convictions with three dismissals.
Mr. Ulric Cross, Black Market
Officer stated that he attributed

these results to greater co-opera-
tion from the public.

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Mrs Habib fthrahim Rahim- |
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her evening dress
London Express Service

buzzing around in his head.

This test always will be the
‘old standby” for psychologists
Be explained Because _it
pi nts the patient with a “situ-
ation he never meets in every-
day life’. WHabit or culture sel-
dom are able to slip through and
all patient’s thoughts «bout blots
are spontaneous and original said
Bolger

But with some of the more re-
cent and more controversial test-
ing methods, habit plays a great
part im patients’ reaction she said.

One new technique is to ask
the patient to draw a picture of a
person. Dr. Arthur Belton, of
Iowa, State University, who uses
this method frequently said the
size of the picture and the size of
different parts of the body show
up various mental disorders.

A man who draws a picture of
an ugly woman according to Ben-
ton often is frustrated and has
aggressive resentment toward the
opposite sex. But another psy-

chologist said this merely means
that the cant draw very

well,
World Test

Another controversial testing
device is one which Bolger help-
ed to develop — the world test.
Here the patient is given a box of
230 miniature houses, fences,
dolls, barnyard animals, bridges,
cars and a fire engine.

He is asked to form a commun-
ity with the objects and the an-
alyst draws hints of various
forms of insanity from where he
places the fence or in which di-
rection he points the ear said
Bolger.

Other specialists said position
of the object usually is governed
by customs in the patient's com-
munity.

The
detecting forms
also disputed by U.S. leading
psychologists. Some believe the
person who likes bright colours
is aggressive and one who likes
soft colours is submissive. Bol-
ger said when coloured ink is
used in the Rorschach test many
different reactions are given.
Some might be reminded of blood
every time they see any shade
of red she said.



of colour in
insanity are

importance
of

A person who tries to restrain} ——_——_______—____.
natural impulses reacts very Ry Spor. Soe > Or Bet mne rhe
slowly to the sight of colour in
the ink splotch test she said.

But Belton disagreed. He said
the individual's reaction on col-
our was based more on culture

than peculiarities or the subcon-
scicus mind.—(U.P).

Grenada Sugar
Industry Ends
Record Year

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, September 1.

Grenada’s sugar industry ended
a record crop year last Tuesday,
the total output of sugar being
2,758.14 tons, highest yield since
establishment of the Woodlands
sugar factory.

Last year’s total was 1,669 tons
and 1949 yielded 1,636 tons, The
season’s output in Special Grade
fugar wag 204.7 tons and 2,553.7
tens Dark Crystals. Canes ground
totalled 33,180 tons, peasant
growers contributing 14,170 tons.
’ Fifty-four thousand proof gal-
lons of rum were distilled for
the entire crop. It was an eight-
month longtgrop owing to delays
caused by the February-Maren
strike and heavy rains later in
the season.

T’dad Tobacco Have
Good Trade Balance

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31.



Trinidad and Tobago had a
favourable trade balance of
$14,409,213 for the first seven

month period this year when ex-
ports topped imports.

The value of all exports (do-
mestic exports and re-exports)
for the period January to July
amounted to $132,493,935. The

value for the indjvidual months

were January and February
$31,250,715; March $19,065,400;
April $19,781,276; May $23,370,-
3421; June $19,047,534; July

319,978,607.

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—L.E.S.

Free World to penetrate the Iron Curtain.

India Inquiring on {rag Withdraws
Pakistan War Levy: Aid From Syria

NEW DELHI, Sept. 3
Minister dealing with Pakistan

BAGHDAD, Sept. 3.





affairs G. Ayangar Gop Iraq announced the withdrawal
told Parliament that tt from Syria of military aid granted
ernment of India is making last May when hostilitic with
inquiries about Pakistan Govern- |srael flared on the south Syrian
eh wo of a “compulsory War frontie; A communique Q an-
evy peing collecte o 10n- ;

Muslims living “ cae Pakise Houncing . the and Oe a8 oe
tan. The Minister said the Gov- Military ald consisted of ’ alrera

ernment of India has no means of 44 a contingent of troops. Ii
verifying the report imimediate- Said Iraq pointed out that the
ly and advised agains: the discus- issue is now before the United

Nations Security Council] and that
the resumption of hostilities was
unlikely.

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tabled by Harvishnu Kamathu in
Congress. The Deputy Speaker
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nae HONG KONG, Sept. 3
Communist newspapers report-
ed that 38,000 persens have been
Llacklisted liquidation” in
Shanghai as alleged “counter
revolutionaries”. The Communist
Press said that a “large number”



of persons had been arrested,
while the 38,000 were listed as
engaged in anti-Government ac-
tivities, and subject to

scale” measures in the future
Drawing up of the blacklist is
P reat success of the movement
fo the suppression of counter
revolutionaries,” Press reports
said -i).P.

Be New
King of Jordan?

AMMAN, Sept. 3

An extraordinary session of the

wily elected Jordan National

embly, opened to face the
problem of who will be the new
King of Jordan. Emil Talal, the
elder son of the assassinated King
Abdullah is expected to succeed
to the throne if his health per-
mits.

He is soon to return after leav-
ing a Swiss clinic, where he is
convalescing, Because of Talal’s
health, however his younger
brether, Emir Naif was named
Regent upon the King’s assassina-
tion, After the assembly opened
Naif left for Switzerland with an
official delegation to bring _ his
brother back to Jordan -UP



Egypt May Buy

Army From Russia
CAIRO, Sept. 3

The President of the Egyptian
Chamber of Deputies proposed

that Egypt buy arms from Russia.
Addel Salam Fahmy Goma Pasha
said in an interview with the
newspaper Al Misri that the na-
tion's main concern should not be
whether to abrogate the Anglo-
keyptian treaty but to be strong.

Hig proposal came after Russia
surprised all of Egypt as well as
Western allies by failing to veto
the three power resolution in the
United Nations Security Council
ordering Egypt to lift the Suez

Canal blockade.
Russia had hinted before the
vote she would veto the Resolu-

tion, Egyptians had taken it for a
fact that she would,

The Cabinet decided in Alexan-
dria last night after a four hour
meeting to reject the United

Nations order until Israel complies
with Palestine resolutions on re-
patriation of Arab refugees and
the internationalization of Jerusa-
lem passed in 1948,

—DU.P.



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Grenada Action
Committee To Foil
Eric Gairy

(From Our Own Correspandent)

ST. GEORGE'S, Sept. 1.
Grenada's recently formed
sclion Committee, pledged to
i Erie M. Gairy’s bid for the
reurn of an M.M.W.U.-domina-

“large teq Blected block at the October

â„¢%) general elections and spear-
headed by Hon. T. Albert Mar-
yshow at its propaganda end
last Sunday afternoon selected ¢

nel of candidates to contest
rch of the eight, in cases de-
laring support of some already
n the fray.

Mr. Marryshow
being on a visit to Trinidad ar
the busimess of the Action Com-
mittee which comprises a repre-
entative group of citizens, in-
cluding prominent businessmen

was absent

planters and others interested in
focal affairs.

The candidates selected were
1s follows:

Town of St. George—Hon. T
A. Marryshow.

Parish of St. George—Hon. E
A. Mitchell, former President and
row Vice-President of the riva‘
Grenada Workers’ Union whose
opponent will be Mr. Gairy him-
self.

&, Davids—Mr. L. Cc. J
Thomas, President of the G.W.U.'

St. Andrew's (South)—Hon. |
T. E. Noble Smith.
Sa. Andrew's (North)—Hon |
Ralph O. Williams \
St. Patrick’s—Mr. Eric oust
land
St. John’s—St. Mark's—Mr.
|

Clarence Ferguson, G.W.U. Secre-
tary.

Carriacou—Mr.
vester.

Cc. St. B. Syl-



Mr. Gairy has now announced
that his candidate for the Capi- |
tal seat, opposing Mr. Marryshow
will be Mr, Alban Radix, Bar-
rister-at-Law. Earlier, Mr. Gairy
was doing his best to get Mr
Ronald O, Williams, a prominent
Barbados-born merchant to ac-
cept M.M.W.U., support, but this
gentleman has declined, it is be-
lieved largely due to the sur-
prise and indignation of other
leading businessmen, particulariy
Mr, W. E. Julien who last week
issued a circular declaring him-|
self a prospective candidate for
the seat. It was Mr. Julien'’s in-
tention, he said, to enter the con-
test, if Mr. Williams stood, not
with the object of fighting Mar-



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THE re abo
Tuesday, September 4. 1951 tdinburgh i
— t Princes Street
and wonderful street
+ 7 = because it ‘ it
INSURANCE rather indifferent buildings on o
side And the Highlander n
IN passing unanimously last week an is always scathing about the

y . English antics of Edinburgh, point
address by Mr, J. A. Haynes suggesting ait that tie view fa. mostly tha'oad
that the Government undertake the insur- North Eastern I ay’s statio
, built fo k < Scotsmen
ance of small houses in this island, the ata te taal epg rege
House of Assembly showed an awareness | Princes Street ll I have to say
f ‘ f tec 1inst th Fe val C Edin-
of the necessity for a measure of protec eee ea bsen easing a ees
tion for people who cannot afford to Insure of the t The Sadler's
their property against storm or hurr’cane. Wells Ballet 1 town; new plays
: are on the | there was a

That such insurance is necessary, will be

“Gathering of the

hat



Clans,” (¥

admitted by everyone who has taken any a touristic performance that weet
; . J 5 vic lfarc A , ial friend was a little
interest in the matter of social welfare in Teed the Geer Hit: tae Oa

this island and especially of the housing

problem. The extent of the calamity can
be gauged if one considers what would
have happened if the cyclone, which

passed this island on Saturday night and

hit Martinique on Sunday, had veered a

little more in its course and had hit Bar
bados instead.

It has been objected that the insurance
of houses should be the work of private
companies and not of the Government.
This objection might be sustained if the
matter was considered purely from the

point of view of business or if it could be
established that Government funds should
never be expended unless with the idea of
protit.

In this case it
insurance would be in the form of
service and one which is sorely needed in
this island. According to the figures men-
tioned in the address, the number of houses
involved would be about 40,000. These
would house the population in this island
and while it is not that the
exact number which would be damaged
in the event of a hurricane, it is easy to
visualise the privation ‘and want which
would follow any disaster such as fore-
shadowed in the address.

But it might be easier to incline to the *
opinion that the Government should un-

can be argued that such
social

likely this is

dertake the insurance of these houses
when other factors are taken into consid-
eration. At present there is a Housing

Loans Department operated by the Gov-
ernment and circulating $750,000 for the
purpose of making loans to workers in the
agricultural industry for repairing or
building houses, This department has been
in operation for 13*months and has made
2,900 loans,

if there is this crying need for the build-
ing, reconstruction and repair of houses,
it is clear that there is a corresponding
need to protect them. It must be remem
bered that these are the houses of people
who fall in the low
who are not in position to replace

income groups and
homes.

of Scottish

Turning
met i
Knights of St.
young
pony

shift

hear :
ery
fine

Edinburgh Fe
arrival on a

i i
y coloured play

the Sixteenth
walking home
High Street he
mounted cavalcade of
John ‘escorting the
Queen Mary (of Scots), on a
He was so confused by the
in time that he expected to
watchman, later that night,
out “Past one o'clock, and
clear morning’.
The impromptu feature of the
ival was the sudden
truck of a company

life in

vtury and was



into the















of young student actors from Ox-
ford. They decided, on the spur
of the moment, to dash northward,
To provide “working capital”, each
of the actors lent £5 to the com-
pany—and travelled to Edinburgh
in the borrowed truck. They put
on “Hamlet” and “Twelfth Nigne
pretty much they imagined
Shakespeare produced Shakes-
peare—wtih a nmium of scen-
er) The English bard took over
exactly the sam tage in Edin-
burgh from 1ich Robbie Burns
is said to have spoken his tyanquil
lines.

THE SCORTON SILVER

ARROW

A little village of a thousand
inhabitants, i North of Yor
shire, the centre of E
archery. Thi port has regi
an interesting return to favour
sincé the war Last eekenud
fifty of the finest archers in Eng-
land assembled this village of
Seorton for the 279th annual
contest for the Silver Arrow, The
competition is very mple The
man who first hits the “gold”
the rine around the black centre
of the target, adjudged the
winner Some of the competitors
last week were over seventy
and one had successfully gained
the “Arrow” fifty years ago. This
“Scorton Arrow” is accepted
among initiated archers, as being
the ori al silver row presented
bs l ) Elizabeth to Oxford
University to be competed for
each year. Only two of the com-
peters bent the traditional ash.
All the rest used modern bows

Third Party Insurance





To the Editor, the Advocate,
It must also be remembered that these are SIR,--In your leading article of
the houses which are overcrowded. me August a eee we
. z . . . question of providing for compul-
The address sets a figure of 40,000 sory insurance against third party
houses; and even if this might be regarded motoring risks in connection with
: $43 : ' a recent case wh the Legisla-
as too high, it is easy to accept a figure of | #./< was obliged to vote tunds for
20,000 which would accommodate half the compensating the orphans of a
population of the island. It is somebody's | /)8" oi tally. Fabre eh a ee.
1 Governme ehicle, ‘Ne
business to offer protection to these ture to suggest that in this article
people who cannot afford their own. In you ee ing fo .a ve is-
2 . : : les an lat in ( you are taking
the absence of private enterprise there is ihe’wrong line in both of’ them,
little reason why the Government should ‘These issues eve (1) Ought we in
1. : Barbados to introduce ympulsory

I

not undertake the business, ‘Mind warty. Anca ET TERY
This insurance of houses is primarily a vehicles? and (2) Ought Govern-
ment to insur its own Vehicles?

social service but it is also a profit business.



At this stage, it is arguable whether the Compulsor party insur-
¢ » cis . ance to cover person injury

Government, having declared its policy of pean “enptor waeldente’ 1h cin tae
awaiting an economic survey before em- in many countries, both British and
3 Bick A oreign, and in countries where it
barking on large scale financial operation, iexnot anforoed tihere ta Ras iin
should enter upon this matter of insuring outery in favour of it when the
the 20,000 houses supporter of a family is killed or
s reel : ; abled by an uninsured car, Rut

The address raises a question which the case for compulsory. third
must be faced. This form of social service pay a urance is far from er
. . : : : ec irst on must remember
is overdue and its need is becoming more SHEN inwusanoe: aeeulded A panties
imperative with each hurricane season. only in here a legal claim
: as) ae Bn py . a lies against the owner or driver

It might be that those who feel that priv Gee car, if ab dieahledionen
ate enterprise should undertake the was responsible for the accident,
‘ . : , yf 10tl Secon¢ {=
launching of the scheme will win the day oki ors ; bei on ar
but this insurance of houses is a matter ory insurance is a very expensive
which should be carefully examined be- eng Its { result is ae
aa rig ‘ : + up 1e cost of existing voluntar

fore it is rejected. Any such analysis will policies on tl eneral grounds

show that it is necessary and it should not

that compulsory insurance brings





: . : sO i, on the whole the more unsound
be so difficult, having arrived at this con- DARREL “ahd: bitiee, ibcomvetent
clusion, to decide who should undertake it. drivers and thus increases the

verage risk Its next result as
a rule is to raise the level of court

¢ ‘ . Daa t 1. proportio
London Gets More Cumming | 6) eee 6)! proporuon to
7 wha rw we erore \ ras \i-
Rat Enieuny troduced. Now no one "would
‘ a grudge the payment of proper
LONDON’S most experienced rat-catch- compensation tO the dependents
, : dis led working man asec
ers say they are faced with a more cunnit ta disayied working man, bused
, \ ‘ on a reasonable essment of his
enemy than the sewer (or Norway) rat earning: capacity plus something
which has been the City’s main menace to. cover the pain and distress
- erising from injury. But when

Sewer rats are dying out, but their place



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the Courts begin to award enor-









is being taken by the more destructive AOE | SAS Ae es .
and cleverer ship rat. Rat-catchers say that aera aKAt Taine Kills Rue Bical ed
they are barely holding their own against ed to : he 8 9
the ship rat invasion é eroploy. private
“The ship rat is the most sly, clever olic evire aie EMRETION
fellow, measuring 18 to 20 inches from tip laimants nore part cularly
to tail.” Mr. William Dalton, member of a vhi eC ts occur to crowded
family concern which have been engaged Aha ; ; Re ea nee tie
in rat destruction for nearly a century, ; ; Pry SBE eAen,
said to-day. Leah ea eet oe eee
1,600 IN NIGHT premium of $1,500 per year is
“It amazes us how the ship rat manages es nen aie ae * re aoe p
to find its way into the most unlikely places, y f t ild mean a
appearing, as it seems, from nowhere. We na , oar
find them in ‘rat proof’ apartments, in Cit ( f
boardrooms, and on island sites where one
would imagine it would be im; ible f , “i

them to penetrate.

“ony

derr elopment ot cent eati
ana bD er-house ext
breed mfort. (
1,600 rat i le okt.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

From Britain



By

D. T. ROBERTS
i t steel A little mild
blir ZO with an afte:noon
rehe For every arrow fall
n the rings inside the
te”, the rcher collects six-
pence; for am arrow 1n the “white”
the archer is fined sixpence; when
the wind carries an arrow out of
true, or it falls short, a little mild
swearing—we presume of a med-
ieval kind—can he heard. For
each of such expletives, the Ree-~

tor of Scorton collects a shilling
And by the end of list Saturday
afternoon his church had gained
twenty-seven of these shillings.

The contest was won by a press
photographer-—which proves
nothing.

Writing letters to the “Times”
is one of the traditions of English
life—so many aspire to be unpaid
journalists and can be seen strug-
gling with composition in the
writing rooms of London clubs.
The cream of this week’s letters
was surely the revelation that a
small number of wild goats sur-
vive in the Welsh mountains.
They are much larger than the
domestic goat. “They are rarely
seen and so far appear to have
defied being photographed”. They
are black and white, and when
disturbed, they move in proces-
sion across the rocks with the
largest billy-goat with a _ black
beard, bringing up the rear. You
can believe all this if you like
A Greek friend tells me that tne
last wild goat to be captured in
Crete was sent present io
President Truman.

IN BRITISH POST OFFICES

Journalists usually push quite
a load of printed pleadings into
theiy waste-paper baskets every
morning. But one little item has
caught my notice lately. An
organisation called the “National
ration of Sub Postmasters”
been sending me brochures
the information that the
1 Post Office is engaged in
dy campaign against the
thonsands of little post-offices that
st, all over the country, run
alongside a general store, or a
“chemist’s shop”. Apparently
these useful people are too com-
plicated for the accountants of the
Post Office to keep track of. The
latest brochure tells me that in
London alone there were 909 of
these little sub-post-offices in
1938; ten years later there were
mly 771. And these simple figures
give me to think on what a post-
office represents. The little old
post office represents gossip, the
chatter of the village and the
locality. In the town where I
was brought up, the post offices
were usually at the bach{ of
chemists’ shops so I found it
odd to go to France and have to

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ss, although it is unusual for
Governments or indeed for any
large publie transport corporations
to take out commercial inyirance
policies, they may reasonably do
so if they think they might incur
claims large enough to embarrass
them. On these grounds several
West Indian Governments, unlike
most Governments elsewhere, in-
sure their buildings. But in general
it is cheaper and sounder for any
cgncern operating say twenty or
more vehicles to carry its qwn in-
surance, Such a concern ought to
be able to securé better drivers and
maintain its vehicles in sounder
condition than the average and is
cor oe likely to lose money
in the long run if it takes out
commercial policies, whose premi-









ire necessarily based on a
ruihcr lavish assessment of the
average risk. If Government

ishes to avoid having to turn. to
the Legislature for a vote every
time one of its vehicles has an
accident involving personal in-

jury, the answer is not to take out
commercial policies but rather to
set aside an appropriate sum annu-
ally in respect of each vehicle and
to build up an internal insurance
Jund,

Indeed, if the Legislature were
to introduce compulsory third
party insurance, with the prob-
able effect of raising the premiums
of commercial policies, Govern-
ment far from “setting an exam-
ple” by submitting itself to such
compulsion, should seek exemp-
tion from the regulation, and
should avoid this unnecessary
expenditure on the perfectly valid
ground that it is capable, without

the help of any insurance com-
pany, of meeting any claim to
which it could possibly become
liable
I am Sir,
Yours faithfully,
CENTVPEDE,



Animal Welfare

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR.-As a member of the
R.S.P.C.A. now visiting Barbados,
may I enquire what happens after
a conviction of cruelty to animals ?
Is there any protection from the
owner’s wrath for the animal
involved ?

Recently an owner was fined for

cing a galled donkey, and
ch worse case some little time
ago, resulted in a brutal owner

prison for kicking a much
oaded donkey in the
act nd beating violently
id with a heavy stick

it



the owner, a
in saw | But what hap-
e@ was released af

ter









Usually there are four or five |
openings in the gr and four or}
five servants of the Crown stand- |
ing behind the counter. Usually |
two or three are gathered in a
corner talking together while
notices hang on the grill saying

“Position Closed’ — which means
being translated into plain Eng-
lish, “queuc along there. we arc
tired.”

And that reminds me of another
notice that came in my morning
mail. The Postmaster General,
through his press officer, informed
me that he is organising, in Lon-
fon, courses for his staff, this
winter. The subjects will inclucc
“Ballroom Dancing, Chess, Home
Upholstery, Lingerie, Literature.
Petrol Engines, Speech Mbking,
Weaving and Woodwork”. The
notice adds that “Many of, the
classes will be held on Post Office
premises”. This brings a charm-
ing picture the mind's eye
Imagine, in the depths of next
winter, the London

lo *ch
the eV

lo

are

room, imagine a little practica!
Speech Making, while a group
concentrates on its Upholstery in
And remember that
our Post Office also runs our
telephones, The exchanges would
seem to be excellent rendezvous
for a little weaving in the even-
ing.

PLAQUE FOR PIONEERS

Many of our - transatlantic
friends, we feel, will be surprisec
to learn that Sir John Alcock ané
Sir Arthur Whitten-Brown werc
the first to make the direct Atlan-
tic Night. This perhaps is due tc
certain heavy publicity given to <
certain other party. Whatever
it is now decided that a memoria
will be erected at London Airpor:
to commemorate their
flight across the Atlantic on June
14th, 1919.

the corner.

remarkable

Jim Mollison suggest:
that the memorial . should
the lawn right in front of the
administrative building where it
would be seen by every trans-
utlantie passenger, and pilot. It
is also being asked what the pre-
sent Government in Newfoundland
has done with the barn at Mount
Pearl Farm, near St. Johns, that
Newfoundland bought in 1934 as
part of an experimental and
training farm. For it was from
this barn that the aviators set out

and a plaque on the walls of
their makeshift hangar might be
appropriate.

CONSTANT LAMBERT

The musician who died thi:
week in London was one of those
as much memorable for vheir wit
as their works. Ne was one of the
world’s collectors —- but of cuts,
and birdeages, par ‘plienalia of

go Ob







Roads In St. Andrew

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Please permit me space
to comment on the conditions of
roads in St. Andrew. There is the
Main Road Bridge which is
broken down by Haggatts Planta-
tion and the leading road to Belle-
plaine from all parts by way of
Sturges, Spring Vale, Baxters,
Bruce Vale, Seniors, Park, Melvin |
Hill, St. Sylvans Village, Sugar
Hill, Bissex Hill. It is also the
leading road to St. Simon’s from.
Belleplaine, St
Walkers, Bawden’s, Swf/as, Turner
Hall, Gregg Farm, and Hillaby.
May I suggest that the sugges-
tion as put forward by the two
Honorary Members for our parish
be acted upon and the road by way
of St. Simon's Chapel via King
Street to Walkers Main bé opened’
ONE OF THE SUFFERERS
ST. ANDREW



Dissatisfaction

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Please permit me space tc
divulge a bit of dissatisfaction
that exists on Number 10 bus
route. This route is provided with
two buses and jeach makes only
one extra trip 6h Saturdays, This
is inadequate. In fact the tempo
of the day service is reduced,
though there are obviously more

passengers.
A SUFFERING PASSENGER



Uindsbury Road

To the Editor, the Advocate.
SIR,—I would gladly like one of
the Authorities to visit the area
of Gilkes Land, Hindsbury Road



ri ; Post Offices
closed against customers, and in
he reping in the foyer, there
are Ballroom Dancing classes, and
round behind the counter they
are playing chess; in the sorting

notes (say about ls. 6d. a head).
Roll Call
On the appointed day up drove a fleet of
polished and painted motor-coaches. They
came from the Danish border, from the far}
end of Germany in the other direction, from

Andrew’s Church

‘ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951

HITLER'S TOP BRASS
GANGS UP OVER A
Is. 6d. LUNCH

CLOSE on Dr. Adenauer’s warning—
that he will jump on near-Nazi parties
in the West zone of Germany—comes_
this report of a strange meeting of | R°**
Hitler’s ex-officers. They have a differ- 3
ent line .., a line that gives Dr. Aden-| 3
auer a new enemy within—And 500 ;
take on a Stalin job.

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for a meeting ? Of course, said the landlord.

“Right,” said the Colonel,
now have 500 lunches ready.”

They agreed on the menu. Unusual in
present-day Germany, it was frugal—what
the Nazis call a one-pot meal.

The Colonel paid up in advance, pulling
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After the soup came the roll call. More
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Buy ye 4 tnbaceatlat. all kinds, not of collecvor’s pieces. }tioned rose and stated his rank. “And you'd % = =
ut the big post-offices are mainly His life was an extended search p 2 .
memorable for queues. The great tor the ridiculous things in ‘lit- be surprised how Syd from generals down
British habit of standing in line erature or music, that he tound | majors, claimed to have belonged to the
was born in the big post office. smuring. Waffen S.S.” (Hitler’s last-stand army.)
Then the assembly hall doors clanged shut
and the generals discussed army matters.
Our Readers Say: .
aa ae ys IN
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urence are largely mythical. It ment for a case like this, I would ‘Struggle
is a far better policy to encourage confiscate the done and cart ‘ . rn ‘ |
Voluntary Ynsucatios and tweed giVette wreseok , a om ere After two hours they formed a leadership | \ '
out unsound mepioles and danger- compulsory subscription from the {ring of ex-soldiers. The word they used for ‘
ous or incompetent drivers. nen owner to the §.P.C.A. He would > > >
the hard eases arise, let Govern- also be forbidden by the Court to joader tehip is Puehrung. You recoguise she
ment if it wishes deal with it by own another animal as he did not word linked with Fuehrer, meaning Hitler.
a charitable grant. know how to treat it, but if he}]And th »y -epte
As to insuring Government wanted to take his wares to reaps: pied the formation ofA sikh e
vehicles, on the face of it there is market he could get a hand - cart in the usual Wehrmacht manner — by bang-
no case for requiring Government and push it himself, ing beer mugs.
to insure against third, party Yours faithfully,
claims, since it is one of the few VISITOR. he a aks i Paes ; ° |
bodies which can meet any What ~ this leadership ring ? Yet enother|
however large. Neverthe- militarist Rightist clique of generals ready

to draw up plans of attack and defence ? Not
a bit of it. At least, not according to the

sin 8 | FLOUNCINGS



A tattered and creased copy of his mani-
festo, which I found later at Veerssen, is a
strange compound of army slogans and some

Nazi Party slogans.



in Black, White and Colours

But the sentiments are
















exact copies of what you can read daily—| e
| contributed to the pages of the East German} Z fi = x
Communist Press by ex-officers who have | YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.
come down on the other side of the fence.

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The colonels, the generals, and the admir-|)&=
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Rearmament of a ‘torn, divided Father-| &

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Pa aperey the great struggle that is going *
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Iam one of the unfortunate deserting the German people and says :— 1% Lettuce :
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ditions of the road are deplorable. ] ,1, : . = . :

Would someone in power do champion fighters—must’ avoid this and take 3 Canada Dr x
something tangible to help this} their place in the ranks so that the German § m y §
sickening c¢ afte, is > 7
mine Paras that sould tes people and Fatherland cannot be sacrificed Drinks S
repaired in the near future ana] to foreign interests.’ munss
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08 8.61 ROAD SUFFERER. | ist talk—so long as it takes place in the West 3
of Germany—that is heartily approved in Hiscuits 3
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: as srmany
Ashbmed? East Germany. . ‘ 3
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To the Editor, the Advocate. L k Out! s —* Coffee ~

SIR,—I, as a flood sufferer, think oo ut. x
that the present Labour Govern- a
ment should be ashamed to come} At Bonn Chancellor Adenauer announced he| %
jewer 0 voters and ask —- is going to jump on near-Nazi parties that! 8

any v »s i Por y Biec-i} ... : ’ = ‘
ior any votes in the coming Elec-| are preaching Hitler's 25-point programme. ¥ %

Fancy, they are very eager to oat x g
help another country and never He should also study the flow of military! $
willing to help their own! I amjideas across the zonal boundaries and get 3 =

é Ss 1 zon € B ¢ get! & ~
at present a resident of the Pine!, : 7 , y ‘
ar d this Leper ane has not | his border patrols to watch out for a flow of | % Jy & R BREAD & CAKES %
given me one cent in the recent|Red gold from the Eastern ring of ex-Wehr-% The es ake in se sian >

in th t|Red gold f the I f ex-Wehr.% Th Hest I im land
listribution compensation macht men t ‘hi mrades who are read‘ ws >

wee 7 wae that 1 ; macht } sO UN comrades no are ready * °
likely to go mad abany time, {to play the Red game in the West © phone GODDARD Swe deliver}

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER

4, 1951



VESTRY AGREE TO REPAIR DEANER

Mottley Wants The
Building For School

An echo of the suggestion of converting the Deanery into a
secondary school, was heard at the meeting of the St.

Michael’s Vestry yesterday.



Conditions In
Antigua Are
Improving

Conditions in Anti ry

















much improved a ; vi t
was there six weeks ago and the
Union and the plantation « r
seem to be desirous <« etting
together and settling their fer-
ences in an amicable wa Mi
G. H. Adams, Leader of tl Bar-
bados House bly told
the Advocate yesterc
Mr. Adams returned
B.W.LA. last week from
where he had appear
Union newspaper in an
libel suit in which thers
article attacking Hon. R
Christian, a member of the Le
islative and Executive Councils,
Mr. Christian claim £2,000
damages and a special jury which

included two planters
him 1/- damages,

awarded

During the trial } aid that
- the court house was packed and
every thing went off peacefully

and quietly. There were no peo-
ple in the streets like six weeks
ago when a crowd rush the

of the court house.

On that occasion, an injunction
was being sought against some
trade unionists who were picket-
ing the business premises of a
merchant a result of a trade
dispute which the union had with
them.

During the alleged libel action
Mr. Adams said that Mr. Bird. the
President of the Antigua Workers’
Union did not attend the trial on
the first day as he was out in the
country with Mr. Moody-Stuart
who owns most of the sus
tates in the island, exhorting the
labourers to go on with the reap-
ing of the sugar crop



gates




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To quote Mr. Moody-Stuart’s
own words, he said: “It is not a
truce they want in Antigua, but



peace in the sugar industr

With regard to the re
quiry held in that colony,
that both sides spoke hig
Frank Walcott and_ his
during the sitting of the enquiry
and it is felt that evider
given on both sides has helped
clear the atmosphere considerably
and that cgpditions will be much
improved in the future

$9.60 For
Bad Language

Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” yester-
day fined Enid Headley a 40-year-
old domestic servant Queen’s
Street $9.60 for using indecent
language along Queen’s Street on




the





September 2,
Police Constable 120 Bradshaw

said that Headley was apparently

under the influence of drink when
the offence was committed.
Before imposing the fine Mi
Griffith told Headley “that the
language she used was very bad
and if she had a previous convic-

tion he would not have hestiated
in sending her to prison.
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‘olice

Mr, C. L. Walwyn, Acting P

Magistrate of District “A”, dis-
charged Edith Brathwaite of
Chapman Lane, St. Michael after

the evidence in an indictable case





of larceny brought by -the Police
was shown to be unreliable by
Mr. B. Niles counsel for
Brathwaite.

The Police alleged that Brath-
waite on July 4, stole money to
the value of £19 15s. from Oscai
Mayers, Mr. Niles also submitted
that as far as the evide ent
there was no prima facie case

against his client.
* ‘

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Road was taken to the General
Hospital on Septer r 2, about
9.15 p.m., and detained after he
was involved in an accident with
the motor car M-829 owned and
driven by Dudley Sealy of Bay
Street on Bank Hall Road the

same day

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LOADING SUGAR

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Student an Adviser, are
here loading a total of 6,100 tons
of sugar for England. stu-
dent is taking 2,700 for
Liverpool while the







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Adviser
taking 3,400 tons for London,

The Adviser arrived Sunday

from Grenada and the Student
came in yesterday from St. Vin-
cent. Both ships are consigned
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The Churchwarden Mr. McD.
Symmonds was asking that he be
allowed to carry out certain neces-

sary repairs to the Deanery. It
was eventually decided that the
repairs should be carried out but

that the cost should not exceed



Before the decision was mad
Mr. E. D. Mottley said that the
matter of repairs to the Deanery
tad already been the subject of
controversy at the Vestry. He
relerred to the suggestion that
bad been made at the time that
the Dear should be made into

secondary school and a suitable
building provided for the Dean.
Attention, he said had been drawn

to the hundreds of children about

the island ‘who could not gain
entry to a secondary school
because of lack of accommodation.
The suggestion was put to the last
Bishop who had expressed sym-
pathy with it, and so had the
present Bishop, then Dean. He

had asked for time to consider it.

There was the legal snag, they
would remember that the building
was vested in the Dean and his
successors. Any man, said Mr.
Mottley, who would advise the
Dean or the Bishop not to give
up that. building for the purpose
desired, would be an enemy to
the Church and an enemy to. the

people. It must be borne in mind
that the Nestry was prepared to
‘ind suitable quarters for the Dean
in case the building be given up:

The Chairman Dean Hazlewood,
said that he had read in the
Vest Minutes that the last Dean
and Chairman of the Vestry had
asked for a year to consider the
matter. He did not think it was
more than five or six months
since he had made that request.
He did not think it could be
assumed that the Dean had with-
held his consent, for he certainly
did not have sufficient time ito
consider the matter and to come
to a final decision.

Mr. Mottley said that he had
no intention of inferring that the
Dean had withheld his consent,
and had not so inferred. All he
had said was that anyone who
would advise against the sugges-

tion of making the Deanery a
econdary school would be an
enemy to the Church and to the

people

Mr, Mottley then repeated that
the last Dean had expressed his
sympathy with the idea and had

given it his blessing. He therefore
thought the present Chairman

should say something in that re-
spect, before the motion for the
1epair of the Deanery be put,
The Dean replied that the
motion before the Vestry for re-
pairing the Deanery was _ not

conditional and he did not think

he was really compelled to
commit himself. Certainly he
would need time. Some other

members
with this id

expressed agreement
ea which was accepted,

Letters were received from the
Colonial Secretary and the Social
Welfare Officer pointing out that

a further sum of $4,408 had been
released from the Labour Welfare
Fund in connection with improve-
ments to the Princess’ Alice
Playing Field.

A letter was received from the
Headmaster of Combermere
School stating that through an
t in his office, the name
Browne, Franklyn Orville, had
been omitted from the list for-
warded to the Vestry from which
the last awards were made, The
candidate should have been placed
5th in order of merit. He was now

ror





asking that one-of the vacancies
which had since fallen due, be
awarded to Browne.

Two vacancies at the school
were filled by the Vestry. Browne
got ene and I. L. Morgan the
other.

Letters were received from the
Colonial Secretary about Gov~

ernment policy as regards hurri-
canes, highwinds and floods,

A letter from the messengers
the Poor Law Guardians ask-
ing that rain coats be provided
for their use in wet weather,
were referred back to the
Guardians.

Mr. Mottley told the Vestry
that owing to overhanging trees
along the streets they were not
getting the best results from the
electric and gas lights they had
in the streets. The Electric Com-

ol





pany wag prepared to trim th
trees if the Vestry would put a
notice in the Press asking the

co-operation of the people. The
Vestry agreed.

Mr. Mottley also drew to their
attention thit the lamps some-
times carried a shade which pre-
vented hundreds of people getting
the use of the lights and this
should not be done.

@ On page 7

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BOY SCOUTS from Pakistan marching down Whitehall.

YOUNG PAKISTAN STEPS OUT
AS SCOUTS PARADE IN LO

BARBADOS ADVOCATI

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With more

than 600 other Scsuts from 40 different countries they went to West

minster Hall.
Chingford.—L.E.8.



All were from the international camp at Ailwell Park,



Public Relations
Adviser To C.D.W. Back

After Absence Of 2 Months

BACK
Mr. Philip Hewitt-Myring, }

in Barbados after an absence of

two months

-ublic Relations Adviser to the

Comptroller for Development and Welfare, described the

Conference

of Commonwealth
which he had attended at the Colonial Office as

Officers
“a very

Publie Relations

stimulating and successful affair,’ and added that he was

greatly pleased to note how

paid by the British public to colonial affairs.

At the Conference there were
officers from all over the Com-
monwealth ranging from such vas
territories s Northern Rhodesia
and Nigeria to groups of small
islands in the Pacific.

W. Indian Centingent

The West Indian contingent con-
sisted of Mr. Hone, Colonial
Secretary of British Honduras; Mr.
Garner, a member of the Trinidad
Secretariat; Mr. Harewood, In-






formation Officer of British Gui-
ana and himself
“One realised once more how

different are the problems of the
West Indies in many respects from
those of many of the big African
territories, for example: but no-
body tried to overpower our little
group by weight of numbers and
we certainly got our fair share of
speaking.

The meeting was opened by the
Secretary

of State for the Col-
James Griffiths; and Mr
former Administrative
tary at Hastings House, and
1ead of the Information De-
partment of the Colonial Office,
was in the Chair. He kept us very
hard at work for a couple of
weeks and when we weren't actu-
ally debating in the conference
room, we were being shown the
inner workings of the B.B.C., the
Central Office of Information, the
Crown Film Unit, ete., and could
get precise ideas as to the output
of all of them; what part of it was




t,



of special interest to our own
particular ; and what in the
way of spec material could be
made available to us if we asked
for it,

Different Position
Naturally, my own position wa
rather different from that of tt
majority of the other delegates
present since I could not be con-












much attention was now being



brought into this rather amorphous
subject of public relations and in-
formation services—inchiding
course, a whole lot of practical de-
tail on such subjects as inexpen-
sive printing of posters and meth-
ods of recording for broadcasting
purposes,

I enjoyed seeing London again
during this festival year and was
much impressed with the effort
which had been made to make
both the South Bank Exhibition
and other features of the festival
a real success, I was still more
pleased to find to what extent the
British public has become aware
c¥ the special needs and problems





of the colonies,
Not Boring
J do not think anyone could

say that the public as a whole now
regarded this subject as either
boring or unimportant. The small
size of the British paper remains a
handicap to proper coverage of
Colonial news Even so, in the
Press as well as on the radio and
in cinemas, information about the
colonies and discussion of their
problems are getting a very satis-
factory degree of attention which
I am sure will continue to grow
still further,

As a footnote, I may add that
everyone I talked to, seemed pret-
ty confident that the West Indic

cricket team would beat Australia
and seemed to regard the pros-
pects a pleasing one!

British Council
Re-opens

The British Council Centre at
Wakefield” White Park re-
opened yesterday although the re-

construction of the ground floor i

oly

PAGE FIVE









For that rich
savoury fiavour?

Joseph Church











- iehsiteiigmmenenniaae











st J Parish Church ion Rails and in front of the Al
was or the seven parish The Chancel of the Church wa
che royed by the storm retiled in February 1939, throug!
he ye 831. It was the last the’ courtesy of Mrs H A
be rebuilt, because it was Williams.
€ ne before a suitable spot The present Organ at the church
selected, and in addition to was dedicated by the Lord Bisho
t, there was difficulty in - in Mareh (On Saint Joseph’s Day
ng labourers to work un in the presence of His Excellen
ad on nainly becat he the Governor and a large congre le
3 : s 7 F 3 oe B ake that stew really tasty
10) 1 | rishioner of St. gation in 1938. A Recital was al — u aa - Mar e oa
epl I 1838, with the given by Mr. Gerald Hudsor with just a itt ts armite .
ch almost completed, the the organ, the same day Make it betier for you too
r used it f¢ " » «hip a . ;
ector used it for Divine Worshi The present organ oost £1,500 Marmite contains the B2
“oe nee ) a es 1609 To mark the Centena of thi vitamins that build up
e. churan consecrated by Church, the parishioner ivi } i
op Cok 1 pr t > . vd ee an sistance to
hop Col ho preached beautiful marble Font. which wa heaith and resistance t
» eloque nt on a text gedicated by the Lord Bishoy illness. That’s why it’s so
om_ Isaiah: \nd the Lord the Thanksgiving Service or good for everyone on bread
, Egyp August 29, 1989. The Font is sti and butter or in tasty sand-
Without Chancel eS ards A Brass Altar Rail give wiches. You can do so
\t the time of consecration, UY Mts. H. A. Williams in memon much with Marmite in
. Hi’ sit hionat, tate of her husband the late Aubre : Se ae 1
1, thot hit Me fut h 3 Williams in also still in use SOUps, gravies, SAUCES anc
incel, 1wuRBn 1 was urnisnec suc ope Ss ury is g e
ith galler ion. It held nearly pes a Land Sliding ion * oe Menem »
00 people. The church is on a rhe f foundation of this OSs 80 hm £US Eo % 8
piece of land on Vaughan’s estate Joseph’s Parish Church has bee







which was given to build the the cause of some anxiety. Ninety
ehurch by Mr. Jos. Briggs Rev. three years ago the land on which
H. Parkinson was Rector at that ‘he churoh is built was still level
lume and advocated that the but it is now a steep slope; the
Rectory be situated nearer the ground having subsided. Mucl a 4
r
church instead of being at has been done to keep the lan Th Vi - & y "i Be ad
Beachmount, near Bathsheba As from sliding away, and to stor e ilamin east 00
a result the Rectory with 13 acres cracks in the wall of the chure! Made in E.vgland
of land was sold, and dwelling as well as to strengthen th x
house with a shop attached (at foundation. At present everythin
an a g rng Hill) py oe viii be settled and in gooc PCPA SOESSOP CCPL LOE APPLE CPAP ALEPPO.
enase 1 en acres 0 and cone on. x \
for the Glebe and that became This church is now over 11 ‘ r % %
the Rectory, the present one, years old and it is surprising tc] AA >
near St. Joseph’s Girls’ School, learn that the oldest person in| \ y VN, x
Rev, H, Parkinson died, and the island of Barbados Christiar | % . x
was buried beside the church on Kellman 118, knows nothing of x o cs $
July 13, 1858 at the age of 60 this church < m* v3 x
ears . was Rec 7 : qnwenniens Nictaindids ‘ vu \ Hl x
years He was Rector of this ‘ 4 \ | 2
church for nearly 20 year ‘ “4 * | : by] .
The Revd. John Bradshaw was Vestries Look For X TA 4 “eR

appointed Rector of this parish >
n 1859. It was mainly because > >t ye e ¥
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f his request that the St. Joseph's I laying Fic Ids ourge ba The. Humber trademark x
\lmshouse was built on the same ell , J , x
pot ae it ‘de adr He wane The Vestries of almost every e is your guararrce of lasting Ss
eualified medical man. He died on are oe after ener ® quality, fine appearance and
1875 and Was buried near (28 Playing fields in their par
cenae warts s ec v« ishes In St. George the playing s unrivallcd strength The
rhe Rev. R. F. Berkeley became field near Ellerton will be finished World's leading quality
Rector, and during his time the ' 2 ow weeks Ume. . bicycle carries this mark of
galleries in the chureh were re- At Sargeant’s Village, Chri y , :
Otte and the Chancel and Ves- Church a pavilion will soon be W or “ distinction
aa , ; rs — built, The Vestry has already de

built.
was brought

were
an

In his time an

ona phnreh cided on that site and awarded

contract for the building.

The St. Thomas Vestry have ap
pointed a playing field Committee
to make recommendations regare
ing suitable sites while in St
Joseph the Vestry is thinking of a
community centre at Bathsheba.

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carries this
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id a bell erected there
Rev

Berkeley remained until
379 when he left and was Rector
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Revd, Caspar Peter sen who Was abya to erect three playing fields
then Rector of St, Joseph's the as their population can more easily
church was completely reseated pe grouped in three areas.
with its present pitch-pine pew: g
In 1892 a fine set of Altur i 1 L %
hangings and frontals were im Ce ¥ - i \ .
ported from England for this NAECE nt an uae SS »
chureh and were in use up to the Hugh G Alleyne of Conchs| % ) — x
ni 2 4 . . *
end of 1929, 5 Alley was yesterday sentenced to i %
Canon P.D.W. Moore who re- 14 days’ imprisonment by the }%&
cently went to England was Judges of the Assistant Court of |%&
Appointed Rector of this. Parish Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr, | 8 X
Chureh in aan ware’ ¢ one H. A. Vaughn. In passing tthe | %& s
were used In this echuren for the sentence, the Judges confirmed the | , : L oo %
first time on Palm Sunday 1928. Gecision of Acting Police Magis-|% The Aristocrat of ail Bicycles x
An altar given by the com- trate, Mr. G, B, Griffith who found | %* °
municants of the church, made of Alleyne guilty of using indecent x x
manchineel and mahogany wood, janguage on Broad Street or % %
vas used for the first time, on Saturday. He had 11 previous |9 3
Kaster Day 1933 and is still in use sonvietions for committing similar | ¥ st
now. On August 27, 1933 at 11 offences. X x
a.m. a pulpit also of mahogany — x 3
and manchineel, the gift of Mrs. XR >
Fred Simpson of Woodland St x FULL RANGE &
George, in mem‘1 of her parent s x
Mr. and ! irt Woo was 5 .
Tr. and Mr Hart W Oo d,, 1 x OF MODELS s
ledicated by the Lord Bishop { 4 x
There were two presents to the w m
Chureh in 1935, First, a pair of i % TO SELECT x
Brass Candle Sticks from Revd i s x
pn ‘ a S .
I Adams ¢ oper, Vicar of St % FROM %
Anne’s, and the Brass Eagle Lec-| § ® x
tern which was blessed and used s , s
for the-fitet time oa, Christmas| par * REMEMBER IT’s &
Day; the latter was given by M:.| | } % s
end Mrs. H. A. Williams late of ¥% x mC 1 yy a
Blackmans, The Candle Stick | % HH z 4 S¢ yi wy jor }| / ; U sy g
were used for the first time on — * ' %
acy Ga * th c 66% COCOA LLL POA ALLE
On February 7, 1937 at 11 a.m s\ oe = a
Service a Chancel screen given
by Mr. and Mr H, A. William ——
vas dedicated by Bishop Bentley ’ } 1 1
ind Archdeacon Skeete . \ |
Visit by Bishop of Gambia |
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, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
Sones Latent srteenneennpensn ee as : eee
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LASSIFIED ADS. | PUsute SaLes | PUBLIC NOTICES | Jamaica Takes | HARBOUR LOG | SHIPPING NOTICES
} | ‘ d ;
A+ © | ten cents per agate tine um week-days PB Ay we Rh — he > Pe
TELEPHONE 2506 |and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, agate ling ndays, P ° 2 hy
we ia 5 5 lintel ieee eT aie a ade tie minimum charge $1.50 on week-days a tte ae $1.50 on week-days| Storm recautions In Car isle Bay MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, ee ee ee
aud $1.80 on Sundays. > seeeee. | s st clause aie | NEW ZEALAND Line, LimMirEeD. | i RY nee 5
lage er E:gagement > > } rom Our Own C te - eaten i (MAN.Z. 1 iV. DAERWOOD
s Y | - ia / . } . IGST » ce arslatesd M.V Daerw mi, | = .3 ‘tT F Ik‘ is sched ace » sargo assenry s for
war 3.0) for any number of “words woe ‘ cane : Fe SINGH Jica, Sept. 3 ». [ee Gardenia W.. Sch. Lidia Adina ’'S.,| epi) ache Haba Sia 2eth, Bowen 7 ust st ‘de, Cuenshe anat Arul 4
up to 60 and 6 cents per word for each| 96 cents Subaege be taeeds co eae eH REAL ESTATE NOTICE vamaics waited apprehensively | Sch bork MV. c Peon - ith, Matkay July 20th tebene Juld Paseenies Oy Sara san
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508! Weta Seine ar anied ante a bd ; i | to-day and those who were at ielge : wee Siriecen me : Ww 1. ‘st, Sydney ust 4th Melbourne | Sailing, Wednesday 12th inst
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death: word on Sundays; ents a ——___——— In accordance with Rule 8 (ai, more! to. charted the course of the new|Smith, | Sch. Mar Senrietta Gah, | August Lith ving at Trinidad Sep- | MV CARIBBEE” wii
Notices only after 4 p.mo : 6 BY Public cothpetition st the omice| 8" ten 110) Members having been Caribbean hurricane as jt | | Marion Belle Wolfe MY ced a; oct: | tember 8th, and Barbados September es Carnac and Piaiineies for
T | —______ ef toe Undersigned “on Friday the ith | Ready of the Chub. Sets toward the hand te ae ee etter nis, SS Sunjewel . ~ he charge for announcements of} Septernber 1951 at 2 m. a sto ‘all | iy of the Club, a Secret Ballot will ‘ s islan wo weeks after ARRIV } Nevis nd St. Kitts, Date of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknaw!-! AUTOMOTIVE cwelling house containing EF ery og be held on Wednesday, Sth. September,| the south eastern end of Jamaica chooner Harriet, Whittaker, 59 tone} I= addition to general cargo this Departure to be noted
and ‘n Memoriam notices is { 2——_———————_________ | ¢ining room, two bedrooms, kitchen | 195! at the Club House, Beckles Road.| hid suffered the islani’s biazge ., net, Capt. Caesar, from Dominica | vessel t ample space for chilled and engi s aribiian derail a
k-day s and $1.80 on Sundays | | CAP-—Standard 14 h.p. Saloon formerly | 4nd out offices, standing on two roods | 2®™We!? the hours of 4.00 and §00 p.m. | bl F: histoe: 7 S Diskest) SS Adviser, 3.886 tons, net, Capt,| D8 frozen cargo | opt Cargo and Passengers for
mber 6) words up to 50, and|M-139_ Can be seen at Chelsea Garage | Of land at Military Road, Bush Hail. | P. POTTER ow in history, Robertson, from Grenada | Cargo accepted on through Bills of Ssecniatea *) Aratinaach meeeaabron
per wora on week-days and'! (7950) Ltd., Pinfold Street. Apply to the | St- Michael. Inspection on application Hony. Secretary | The. government officers have] 8S Colombie, 7.554 tons net, Capt.) Lading for transhipment at Trinidid te Nevis and St, Kitts, Sailing Frida
4 cents per word «cn Sundays for each | Menager 4.9.51—3n hours of 6-8 am and 36 pm | ae i A. H completed technical preparations | Kerharo, from Trinidad {peo Guiana, Leeward and Windwar } iat nat
additional word. —— ours of 6-18 am. and 3-6 | ustin, . . sah ies " SS Ganymedes, 1.532 tons net. Capt, | lands .
GAR THANKS Goss order will make an excellent Taxi. |*#/€ apply to— Burke, 1 all parts of the island and houise-| SS Student, 4.443 tons nei, Capt,| FURNESS. WITHY @ CO. ETD. ASSOCIATION: (INC.)
f s Apply: Harold Weatherhead co | H INSON & BANFIELD | Dash, L hold. ... | Pemberton, from St. Vincent TRINIDAD, :
8 Piathachsed Lintia ee Bruce Janes hen . | Edghill, 0. F ers are prepared to close| ‘ss sartwWave, 4AM tons het. Cant | BW Consignee, Tele No. 4047
MA med muncgrigned, throats | = ———_—_—_—__. — |.8..s1—4n | See down to-morrow if news should be Kinars from Briligh “Gunns 7 _ AI
is jum return thanks to + eur! GAR: One Vauxhall 4 pay | esterases : , 8. ; received that the hurricane wa DEPARTURES | DA COSTA & CO. LTD ‘99
relatives and friends who sent wreaths | 10,000 miles, like new. ne 2601" 8° q) | _ The undersigned will offer dor Sele at) & » 2 \certain to visit the istand gn ‘ *| Schooner Emeline, 72 tons nei, Caps BARBADOS, Be Wise ... ‘ ADVERTISE.”
and other means expressing their} Kinch or 4569 Cyril Stoute “| public competition at their Office, No. Greenidge, G : “et Clarke, for British Guiana | B.W.1 i
sympathy during our late bereavement 29.8.61—7n.| 1? High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday Green ve There was no sign of panic how- Schooner Rainbow M., 35 tons net
. ao Loepores brother Aubrey ——————___________________ | the 14th day of September, 1951 cy 2 Hoyos, F ever, only an interested check | Capt. Marks, for Trinidad
pat, Clair Bayley CAR—Immediate delivery reconditioned | PM-!— | Hunte, A. c. M every hour on the storm which at| ooognet Gardenia W., 48 tons net,’ °
party“ aytey (moter Lionel, John, | Ford Prefect, Nearest offer $1,000 Benja- The two-storied Dwellinghouse known) Johnson, C this eve 7 . : vq | capt, Wallace, for St. Vincent
David (brothersi, Pearl King sister), min Seaeston Cottage, Marine Gardens | #8 “CONISTON”, with the land wher eon oe Vv oS to 100 Wiles cca re, ee Bie ar Vicar eh Ot | 0.
ines Firon ‘grandmotheri, Clarence | 3123 3.9.51—9n , the same stands and thereto belonging ee, 80 to 100 miles south of the island, | Kerharo. | for Martinique }
King (brother-in-law) S11, | — ne | COMtaining by admeasurement 423 Soule, 1. Tuesday at8 p.m. with heaviest | cag ogner,, Zita, Wanita, 68 tons net. |
MOTOR CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 14-6. j Square feet or thereabouts, situate at leeree, winds running up ts $60 willes per | eS Vincent
IN MEMORIAM Phone 3467 4.9. $1—I1n y ae Sa, St. Michael. o1-8.81--2n. | hour passing over the devast ted Onc.
Sees pnerereneee Sc nspection by appointment with Mrs, - a t Jastater i
BOWMAN—In loving memory of our| MOTOR BYKE—One (1) 2% hp. B.A. | LL. Toppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736. NOTICE St. ,rhomas and Kingston, if the NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
beloved father Edgar Bowman who fell | ne 3467 4.9.51—1n. | or further particulars and condition: centre passes within 70 miles sou+t SEA WELL s 2 . : : 3 S ber
csleep on Septemt 4 16 - of sale, apply to:— : s uth! ss MARIO C” sails—arrives B'dots 3rd September is -
God on the ae oe ae rie . | The following curs a ee CLIFFORD A aes t a of the island , : RE ne = ‘She
oo a road was getting rough, dition oes g oo in izselleat con- » CATFORD & CO. AUSTIN FIELDS —deceased he centre of the last h | ARRIVALS — By B.W.1AL NEW YORK SERVIC
ne hills were hard to climb a . lodge Custom Sedan — Fluid 286.8.51.—N.F_D. : > ¢ e las urricane | Fre | . “ i ek . i eaheanecteme
He gently closed our daddys eyes, | tive (absolutely A-1.) 3,000.00, Vauxhall | —————_—_ —| NOTICE is hereby given that all per-| —August 17—passed 30 aiiles|_Y. Franco, W. wrance b Franco, K ; Pet fee lie cay pe altar tye soo thd Ostober 19a
_ And whispered “Peace be Thin: Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman The undersigned will offer for sale at| sons having any debt or claim upon or] South of Kingston Included sam» (Franco, E Russell, G. Murray, R Doo AMER sails 2ist September--arrives B'dos 2n renee a
Ever to be remembered by Eunicie| 1.70000, _ 1946-47 Hillman’ 1,050.00, Ford | Public eompetition at their office, No.| affecting the estate of Clifford Austin! the Gvernmshect 2 MIPON8 | kie,, $. Dookie, 'R. Dookie, A. Mac| ~~ , : v
iyite Noe! ‘son, Eutaleen (daughter) ees 00. Cole & Co., Ltd. Bay & | ae —% a. Bridgetown, on Friday, eee late of Harmony Hall, nt| onfes eae ament en is at intyre. Cc Chan, 8 Goddard, Ao Audain A STRAMER sail oe ORLEANS sex September 1951
rrol (grandson) 4.9.51—1n obyn Streets 30.8.51—6n t . day of September, 1951, at 2 jehael who died in this Island on th. rgency issue of foodstuffs and Johnson, L. John @i, J. Johnson, D ‘a. wera a eat eee a Bidos 2th September 196
HARRIS—1 1 — | VAUXHALL—ia- hp Salo "The dwellingh: k 15th a aa 1951 are hereby re-|all parts of the island to-morrow P Welker Waren Pemke ae anteaters cape a
S—-In ever loving memory of my AU> L— 1.9 Saloon—in good ellinghouse nown as| quired send in rticul sdav . ‘ \. er, er, emko, & -
' beloved mother Eileene Harris who fell| ©°Pdition Courtesy Garage Dial — 4016 “ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land slains duly attested > te Chaties Carl. ‘Sey? will guard against |Doerhi, J Coster, A. Cozier, J. Coster CANADIAN SERVICE
asleep on September sth 1913 | 30.8.51-—6n | Whereon the same stands and thereto| ton Browne, Douglas Norman inson Tarte ages i the event of a hurri-|T Fhillips, > Qeremall, b Rodrigues, | souTHBOUND .
: Gone but hot forgotten by her loved} ene Scameintas by admeasure-| and George Lawrence Farmer c/o #lutch- we ae over the island again | cian. 1 Brat 8: reer la weet Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax Artives Barbados
on FURNITURE ’ 858 square feet or thereabouts, | inson & Banfield, Solicitors, James Street, | but the hope was entertained that|N Brown, A. Gooding N. Smith.
< Ever to be remembered by te 4 and the out-buildings thereto, situate | sridgetown, on or before the wh day/a later bulletin tonig} ‘ ‘| Howlett J. E salen Ss, SS. “ALCCA PARTNER" August 3rd August 6th August 16th
Bertinore Harris ison), Marjorie Harris} “FURNITURE—O1e large painted Press | OU,the, Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church, |of October, 1951 after which date we | thay Pee oent will show) Howlett, J. meen, D. Gordoor A. God! S's’ ECOA FILORIM August 24th August 27th September ¢th
‘daughter-in-law), Mr Isa Payne! $50, one Two Burner Ol! Stove—Table | janine Hotel Royal. shall proceed to distribute the assets of | *4t the storm will pass far south |$inv b Hauwaras Sims. 4-1 $s. ALCOA PEGASUS September 7th September 10th September 2th
inatteer} 4.9.51—10. | Model $35. Phone 5043 "4.9, 51—3n.. | ern a oy. except Sundays, | the said estate among the parties entitled | Of Jamaica, or From Grenada ee ee eer ee
—_—,OorororererO tS” tw 2 } y
Gcanaen nn nen, Tobe) eee | e hours of 12 noon and 5/ thereto, having regard to the debts and{ Meanwhile rehabilitation meas- herine Austin, Yolande Touln | NORTHBOUND = : - : m for ened ee
Shia deletemien tet; Gather cee ae LIVESTOCK tsar claims only of which we shall then’ ures continue o jordon Keir, Samuel Ashby, Row | 5-S. ALCOA PEGASUS -.due Barbados August 16th for § awrence
aie Se pt ie re yee eee : | f sal further particulars, and conditions| have had notice and that we shall not! - nunue to ameliorate tie Alexis, Mary Alexis, Eustace Cummins River Port
Sedaue ote FOL. for tt | PUPPIES—Pure Bred Alsatian’ pups | COTTLE, CATFORD | be liable for the assets so distributed | C°NSequences of the last hurricany, From Antigua or sential . t
Pokday Hares the: ninth. sent from imported Pedigresd dam. Excellent 20,p 8 p, | t@ any person of whose debt we shail Oil and fat are short and Jamaici |, Geore Parker, George C. Parker, Vi ee rae kk nt re taneae ae
Since thou was laid to rest. | ureeding. Colour Black and ‘Tan, Price | —— ce | BoRsneyEMadrndticerat the time of such bhas: suffered a further setback’ to~ |{afi2,,Eareer Dorothy, Coury, - Antony ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
But the memory of t will live o1 i each Alleyne, Ebworth,| The undersigned will offer for Sale at day as fire caused dame ; P . ‘
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_ As the years roll j St. Peter _Phone 91-20 public competition at their Office, No 1 aad teenie ee ated to $30 000 +. 3 od eatin Edward an dete, i Ta APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
Mrs Marion Ashmea nfield SPANO, Dimu@e wu Loe 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,| ., ont thout de . 1 Ki : Ctory 19 | prederickh B Belascc laurence Kirton, | ——— Rare rer eee
Gooding, Mr. Luther 0. ¢ ling (U.S.A ANIEL PUPPIES—For sale $20. | the 14th day of Septembe 1951 ¥ a oN lay. ingston West End. : 7 ; fen 1
Mr. Leon Goodi art_-of-Spaia),| Manning Summervale, Eagle Hall Road. | p.m x Prember, 1951, at 230) Dated this srd day of August, 195: The fire damag Jed Cie ee y
" F Port-of-Spain).! Bhone—3304 951— ae a CHARLES CARLTON BROWNE mmage is regarded fsjlor, Ruby Burke ‘ ; VT PS ,
Trinidad t.9.51—1n.! 1.9.51—t.£.n THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing San% serious. From Venesuela TE PR A
arene —---~- . —— | Une ieee aaa a rnarcT ) oP 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining Baseee Lee ce. oI | James Watt, Ruby Watt, Robert Wati SAGUENAY iN Lo a
SRkALY—In loving memory of m? dest POULTRY | the Barbados Aquatic Club, together Qualified execut f will of Clitord Anna Maria Depree, Raul Dominguez LZ Se eee eo ——~S
We Ife vee t Sealy who died on Septem- | with the Goodwill and Assets of the Mtn, oC J oo % Lucia Domingue, Gaston Domingue NT Ne
: agttt | es | isis , @ y f d M . ‘oe pean a ene
“Asleep in God's beautiful garden, | ,,GHCRS — imported New Hampanites { Shevee'gamer™ ‘artis OF under the 8.8,51-—4n OFGGm NEMBler [ee Wits ase oie Bre | CANADIAN SERVICE
Free from all a sd peur, Garden aeuth Rock Chicks 3 months old. | INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- ' Enrique Tbarra ‘ > ‘ oo 4 :
WHA lite’s idtinda ie enter: | Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock. | days, and Fridays, between the hours of | ~~ °— Paw tad In Geneva OOP SRP URSS — By Be WLAsT From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
Ve hope to meet you again 4.9.51—3n.}4 and 6 p.m. on application on the NOTICE . For British Guiana —— ec ee te ee een ——————— --
Rver to be remembered by Charles Sealy Situ f oe | premides. Ahmed Sankar, Rabbia Sankar, At LOADING DATES
(husband) and the Sealy family MISCELLANEOUS For further partictilars, and conditions PARISH OF ST. ANDREW GENEVA, Sept. 3, |tabey Sankar, Zema Sankar, Zam San-
4.9.51—1n of sale, apply to :~ Tender will be received by the under Jordan's Minister of Wat El kar, Shazeda Sankar, Kamal Sankar Expected Arrival
CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. tigned for the wooden building used as} Mulki, arrived at Geneva's Air-| COmPton sBisher, Josephine Fisher, Ken Montreal Malitex | Dates, Bridgetown
gre hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. 31 8.51—13n, | the Nurses Quarters at the Almshouse port, Cointrir or a Air-|neth Hunte, a Hg eee John Saint: | | Barbador ,
ity armacy. .8.51—! = St. , 7 , a, on onday on ;% or Gren 4.8. “POLYCREST” 5 5 ef °
GOVERNMENT NOTICE [Sty Pharmacy." in.ss1—B.v-N. PROPERTY—‘La Parie’, board and iin, the wultting ane Task ar tr regular Air France Tisai i George | Menezes, George Menez, my “BENNY Se Ricca he " 1s Boplene r
panels, PULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | shingled house situated at Kings Village, | fr. wide with a shed gallery approx. |plane from Paris. H rent 1. BET | Claudette Menezes, Mary Menezes #8. “SUNVALLEY” 12 Sept ota. |S cemuer
FOREIGN COMPENSA N kinds Fuller Brushes includi King Street, City, containing gallery, | imately eat : ris e went to the] \e,Ri tBwellnraPmRaedaB, to. ec " r * ad Jaa | 3 re i
q Cc SATIO B at ng Ladies y 5 ft. wide along the entirelcity by. bus : : rer ¥ ‘ A VESSEL 26 Sept 1 Oct | 16 Getober
COMMISSION Rrusten metinr o s Bristlecombs, Tooth tine fos Enis enw ‘pentatiles building lth at YY, tm “¥ it was assumed Margaret Davis ‘Gitvert. Davis, Mark oa
: rat + n ate shes, aa 4 r fu T ‘ulars Si + s IN é ne wou 2 are wp e yin, vie, Ma “
Attention. tattroited ta the soe ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Complex. aur Me Kenn each Gite tee, igned C. A extinren, Sie hi meet there with Davis, Bryan Davis, Arthur Luci’ Smiih . U.K SERVICE
ing into force of the Foreign |Cleaners, Manicure Brgshes, Powder | St. George. 4.%51—I1n &. Andre . eee. ee See eye oy rom Swansea, Liverpoo slasgow
“ij conpetathos Civechilinvauies Brushes, Floor ccrubd wince een | H Apates: The Emit left Prangins Clinic walt, John ei Smith, Eva Talavera . ok pool and Glasgow.» =
i (Amendment) Order in Council | Py" Qand many others in On snl edt ne oe and did not inform the Clinic| Pent, Grav priseitia’¢ treme Swansea Liverpool Glassow Dates, Bridgetown
A os . .P. N & CO. LTD., Middle | Rock, ‘ . recen constructed, : where he was goi »xce : ' : ‘EAST w wis : a .
1951, (SI. 1951 No. 1166). This | Street. Distributors. Dial 3389. Paving three bedrooms with connecting) LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE! pe saig he oe ae sxcepy shat Wickia santas Besec: Weve; doauay | on ‘Gomera if sumociont 16 Aug. 18 Aus, © 4 September
Order adds further Slovak and 2.9.51—| toilets and baths. Large outside Bal-| rn. application of Whitheld ¢-soding, | the city Pere atten, tO | Kelehal, Daley Sethe, Willen Me} | He eee ese s 2
Czechoslovak Laws and Decrees ——_— —— eer cony. Two-car garage; two servants’ | ),., ; &. | the city. The Emir’s entourage was ‘ tae PR thee 4 < Hnet esi (offers 2 Aug. 7 Sept 4 Sept
4aws and ecrees ‘ MET MAJOR: rt & La F holder of Liquor License No, f4i of 1951, ery 5 ae Laren, William MeLaren, Mary McLaren,| 5 SUNRAY nd September
to the Schedule to the Foreign See atte -Constructional Angle | Quarters upety. a Par-| granted to Verna Jemmott in respect of }V°'Y Much surprised about the] Virginia MeLaren, Enid Queree, Marial —————-——— ~~ aa haere
Compensation (Czechoslovakia) From a lee wacker ee cates Er Men: Bay street Tel 1083 S.$1--3n, | 2, beard and shingle shop with sheal news from Amman that Talal’s}Huate, Mervyn MeConnie, Charles tr-| ‘ > mtieie fo ay
prank ong eR Ete ges Ea packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR bay : ; : 1,9.$1—3n, attached at Greggs Hil. St. Andrew, for /brother, Naif, was heading the eae ata ie a ene U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
is , ahs 0 - D A acer ft. P u r,
No, 1191) and amends certain of oes Shelving, Trolleys, Frames ar he gt A wall building in Pere delegation personally to bring] Robert Jackson, Thelma DeGovia, Ma: Pg Arrival
the Articles of that Order laying Boones tautncie ee and ot AUCTION Road, Christ Church within District "A".| Talal home and that the delega-|Giroox, Velma Callender Kathleen London Antwerp Rotterdam mite, Ritgestows,
e s L u ‘ailable from Stock, Da this 30th da f 951 i a: , . garet Amoroso, Pamela Giroox, Mabel ‘ ‘
down the requirements which | contact es ma a oe tion has already left Amman. Branch, Catherine Austin, Cuthbert] 98. “SUNJEWEL" WL Aug. 14 Aug, 17 Aug, 30 August
,persons claiming compensation | 5; P| ,.MUSSON, SON & CO agp Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” t | Marshail m.v. “HRUNO” Mid September
are called upon to satisfy. Big ee ee 4.9.61—™m Signed WHITFIELD GOODING Ves rv A » For Puerto Sieo
Persons who consider that they a | baie pment io eR Se fae nan, Mi Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
may claim to be entitled to re- FOR RENT HAMMER hasted at's theratia take te te @ From Page 5. Arthur Cocker, & _Cosler, Anita Rein
eive © nse r yeas . CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROAD Ae ld, Paul Reincold, Beverley Reincold ,
ceive compensation by reason of On WEDNESDAY the Sth September | 4! Police Court, District “A” on Monday onry Mitchell. Helen Mitchell. Janct| °*?°996969-96996999990909 POTS
the Amending Order in Council! Minimum charge week 72 cents and| by instructions received from the Ad- wa ~ ay day of September 1951, at 1!/ The Churchwarden drew atten-| Mitchell, Iris Cozier, Cyril Cozier, Ruth ¥ ~
should write giving their full] 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24| ‘ninistrator of the Estate of E. W. A. | ° clock, am E. A. MéLEOD tion to the breakwater below the|Murphy, Judith Murphy, Mona Mayers,| % x
2 es ‘ nasi . | Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a| Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auction A - e an os ; ; : Ralph Prescod, avid Bladen, Thelma
name and address to the Secre Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Princess Al Pl Field ¢ ond
ary .of’ the Foramy © sa- | Word on Sundays; on the spot one Chattel House with two Cet Re eek Nea § Alice Playing Field and |wWutehinson, Lucia Hutchinson Funice| % y %
tary o: .e Foreign Compensa Gable Roofs and shedroot covered with 4.9.51—1n. | said that the water now made in- | Waterman (
tion Commission, 1, Princess Gate, Galvanise Iron and corrugated iron ak ; ¢ursions on the field and all the For Anticua kt
S.W.7, forthwith and in any HOUSES Fee Ne Sh ee A eee WANTED money that had been spent on it Jeph Harts Alder 'Wiikinson, Mil- ; :
event not later than 30th Novem- @ e entrance Deavons Road. Papel Joseph Harris, der nson, Mi
even Sale 2 o'clock — Terms Cash. would be wasted if something was |dred Cozier, Cyril Cozler, Carol Cozier

ber, 1951. An Application Form|, CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. {not done to keep off the water, In |Atthur Cozier Junior Coxier, Anita







with accompanying instructions | 6 ‘ his Sant car Reingold, Paul Reingold, Beverley Rein al
: ¥ pposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Al) Auctioneers, HELP us Opinion the breakwater should > she! Vv Vv } se e »

‘ 2 mua y . wold, Henry Mitchell, Helen Mitchell e y Z #

will then be forwarded. modern conveniences. Apply on premises. 31.8 51—4n, be raised by about four feet in Janet Mitchell, Iris Mitchell Cyril r ‘ Day of pl mbe r

Persons who have already sub- 3,8.51—t.f.n.





rl SALESMEN: Young Energetic Sales-| order to get this result. Cozier, Ruth Murphy, Judith Murphy












PORVOO GES







































‘ ik Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd.
Have it handy —always/ D'ARCY A. SCOTT,

Government Auctioneer, PERSONAL | }

i i §
migted an application and who oat men, Employed on Commission basis dn Wiehe : 2 Mona Mayers, Ralph Prescod, David b4
er ge oie ay ally Ab ey LOST UNDER THE DIAMOND) °| Siot wetore fered. AP" 8 | ould appeoadh the Colne [Satine tes te OPS
, > rj . son to:—Colonial vertising Co., Shep ‘ ae > olonia utehinson, Eu
of the Amending Order in Coun- HAMMER herd Street (.9.51—3n | Secretary about the matter For Trinidad 1 AT
cil, are at liberty to do so under Seine ate ai ina ic % have been instructed by the Water-| 0 The new Dean. De Hazl : Gerald Gloumeau, Joyce Luz 7 x
the Foreign Compensation Com-]| sInGL&® TICKET Seri -4416 betwe works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-| LADyY—For office at Hotel Royal an, Dean Hazlewood, |colm Mendes, Phyllis Mendes, NS
mission Rules Approval Instru-| Welches, Christ Biter bea BY S Gan, idge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-| Arply in writing and in person to the| ade his first appearance at tne | Mendes, Germaine Debinas, Dav ¢
ment 1950 Rule 18 (S.1. 1950 | Eagle Hall, St. Michael. Finder kindly Sonne Gash PWARCY A. SCOTT mate 31-8. 51=t-f.n.| Vestry yesterday as Chairman, and Caldera: Elsie Goelinight Gordon’ Guell THE
No. 2042) DepErineAh ete eet DaNctegene 31.6.81—-4n. | “HOUSE MAID With mnowledae or | W2S_ heartily welcomed by the | Molly Chin, Orland Campbell, Elizabeth |
The last named instrument as . couking. Apply: The Pals, Cheapside. |Churchwarden and other members, | Might. Brion Goellnikht, Olive Gittens, |
well ‘as all the relevant Orders rer a 147 CHEVROLET LORRY; We are 4.9 H—2 Gampbenl, ductile Caseat tat Laws of '$
; Nniamalhs vary . ; A y | instructed by the Insurance Agents to Sel | cementite " a, SUC . ne ‘ ‘
in Council and every other doc- eM CMM MMOEPM | by Auction this vehicle whien has been HELP WANTED RATES OF EXCHANGE | Daphne Farrell. Givvion Reymar 30 8 St
ument relating _ther eto may be = Ps damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy | NURSES—Wanted two nurses for patient ‘ wan reet
seen on application in The Custo- eed Te ARISES Oe TS ey I ere Pn. | in private home. One for day and on CANADA ;
dian of Enemy Property, Public DON 0 for night duty. Must have credentials} SEPTEMBER 3. 1951 ' . °
Buildings, Bridgetown Headache, that feverish “ach wa-e-* re are af re 4 Cases Dismissed e
r mr 9.5 » that feverish “ache- ae seoe 2a jankers 61 5/109 p
4.9.51—3n. ” : . ‘ i ;
all-over’ feeling—ease these Cold Demand Drafts 61.35%) pr | THE Assiste ‘
; ; BY instructions received from the 7 . Wit Dintts 61 Seite te 4 Assistant Court of Appeal :
a discomforts with Alka - Seltzer. King’s Solicitor ¥ will sell by. public MISCELLANEOUS 63 6/10 pr. CoBEs 8% PP udgee, MOGs Lac Taylor ena ir, SILK SHANTUNG CREPE DE CHINE in 10
Alka-Seltzer contains alkaline fuciee at Wennesaay sexe oft: Rupwene WANTED ITO RENT 62% pr Curreney 60% pr H. A. Vaughan yesterday agreed ‘
i i at -™. on ie a an nd, - ¥ 59 * . f 3 " » . £
TENDERS pear y anene v0 Britton's x Road one double roofed house |..WAREHOUSE; TO RENT.© On pi 10% ‘pr noe dy ay pr. | with Police Magistrate Mr. A in 9 lovely shades @ $1.16 adorable shades (@ $1.16
idity plus an analgesic size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitchen, | around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Lid 5 . Pi WwW Harper and dismissed four ee = os
MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE for sodthing headaches. the said ‘belonging to the estate oi 2.9.51—t.fn mome,icases James Hunte of Brere.on BORDERED COTTON FLOWERED SILK

Tenders are invited for the
purchase of one (1) New Model
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 614”

Village, St. Philip, brougat
against Austin Goddard of + ve-

for Nighties @ 95e.





ORIENTAI _ Fine Quality @ $1.12 Se eee!





























Murphy Diesel Engine mounted Alka-Seltzer 5 eee sedbeelalibo Nadiad Stee uke oia | SOUVEN RS a ney: = Philip. 100 NIGHTIES 100 JERSEY EMBROID-
. : - 5 : pe ee rae ames a . ; ee us

on engine iength _W elded steel The pile are hereby wiraed Bante Gifts, Curios, Jewels ; umes : fun e claimed that Cc ERED BLOUSES @ $2.64

skids, length 1037/8’, radiator VW , : - "iil giving credit to my wife OLGA Antiques, Ivory, Silks dard assaulted hiec=two soma, Low Price $3.00 shee peta ae

cooled and equipped with ‘ meee ’ SARGEANT (nee Greenidge) as 1 do not, Ete Ete Ete : trespassed on his land and stole aerenoanionctel - peta Tel > WI! .

enclosed Twin Dise power take “ ; G. A, Service’s || hoid myself responsible for her or an rone | mists idie-iovraglinaagt; some cane stumps from off the BRASSIERES 96e. & up VESTS = ANTIES

off clutch, two 12 volt. starting # |]| else contracting any debt or debts in my n : ame land. All the offences were ae eee 2 for $1.00 & up

batteries with cables, radiator fan 0 THOUGHT FOR TO DAY | Hane ene by a written order signed THAN rs alleged: to Wah: bem. ebrimitted : oa

and lubricating oil cooler for “Tell me what you like, ||| Signed RICHARD E. SARGEANT, | Pr. Wm. Ury. St. +: Dial 3466 ||0n April 20. STRIPED SHIRTS

tropical Coemation. | Pave eine Stopped in 10 Minutes and I'll tell you what you | peels sat) St. Fate The cases arose out of a dis 3 for $1.20 Slight Irregulars @

H.P. intermittent 15 oe ft: te’ ho longer n to suffer are. ; 2 pute as to whom the land con- , : 1/- & 8/-

Laud ggee ambient; ‘he's | Bamateneee SRR ENS Te so se good fered. and "who. was in chri6| WORKING SHIRTS a

evel an é ant; als ince the ove;ry 0 x (former! ou like ‘00: ' NG § Ss - am " an

lot of spare parts. known as Chinaroid). Hytex starts to Yon will Uke Gas for Cook- | of it, a STRIPED SHIRTS
Tenders should be submitted in | work In 10 minutes and not only st ing | WE W Hunte’s case was that he oy ned 2 for $5.00 $2.95 u

sealed envelopes addressed to the the nom Das aoe takes out (be om ; . | OULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY the acre of iand on Evelyn Tea- wala to: win ee

City Engineer marked: — irritation thereby curbing other trou- TO FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR antry which he said he bought SPECIAL STRIPED SUITING $1.00 yd.

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY bles caused by Ptles such as H on October 17, 1950. When he













he,
DIESEL ENGINE” _ Nervousness, nchaok » Constipation, —————L[SF* WHIT: E. 2 he |oought the land he found God
and shevidl Beech the ng 4 eueee disposition Gee exitrom your iE L LAD ome OIL and TIN is dard living in a house on it. He
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later today w 6 ve gave Goddard notice to quit and COME, SEE AND BE CONVINCED
Saturday i5th September, 1951. meee regcee mast stop your pile ° Goddard moved on March 18 (ks 1OME, SHE 1 ° aoe See
26.8:51—6n.| tera of sapty wackage Calling all TME CENTRAL EMPORIUM year. {1LL GENUINE OFFERS
ella Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets | Before that date he had sued ee ton f ro
Goddard for rent on the sam
SSS" land. He got judgment but when



We buy anything connected with
STAMPS Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumul is and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the

Goddard appealed, Goddaryi
the judgment reversed.

° "| Jane Hall, Goddard's mother-
FRICICOOL. oe | in-law saiq the land belonged

Albertina Hall, her husbanci’

4 sister. Her husband used to se*

HARK- K| after the working of it and aftey-

| wards Goddard took over the

land.

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH



THE BARGAIN HOUSE
30 SWAN STREET. :

CELL LLCS



RIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY The M.C.C. Book for
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ard Floor, No, 1¢, Swan St. i cricketer Contributions i

| WE ARE BUYERS
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by Sir Donaid Rradméa ie

Tt | JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
pune
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a irritation, the os — Sonn SONS ne Ey aie

you that if you only start using Man Zan} *~ poesossasonecanmnnnnnonnnnoreneds

at once it will stop the terrible pain,

soothe and completely heal blind or bleeding POTEET SION ORICON
FURNITURE & SEWING

piles, Read just these two from a host
MACHINES

of letters
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES



This Royal Material The Public is hereby notified that
Needs No Introduction ;
we will be shortly |



It’s so perfect for the Hot OUR CUSTOMERS ARE ASKED TO NOTE. THAT OUR
Weather that you can’t TRANSFERRING OUR BUSINESS WORKSHOP AND SERVICING DEPARTMENTS WILL BE
resist the temptation of s % 3K J NLL

TO OUR NEW PREMISES. CLOSED FROM MONDAY, 3RD. SEPTEMBER AND WIL
buying a suit or two, RE-OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, 17TH. SEPTEMBER, 1951,
when you see it. No. 35. Broad Street. SO AS TO ENABLE OUR PERSONNEL TO HAVE THEIR
In Shades of White, Grey : ANNUAL LEAVE. A SKELETON STAFF WILL BE AVAIL.

and Beige — 56” Wide Opposite Messrs DaCosta & Co. ABLE FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY.



Mrs. M. a. A., Nuneaton, writes :—“ For over
a year I suffered with terrible burning piles.
Fomentations and ointments gave me only tem-
porary relief. Then I heard of Man Zan, and
decided to try it. Now, in less than three weeks, |
am completely cured of this dreadful complaint.”

Mrs. J. T., Penrith, says -—“ Itching and bleed-
ing piles worried me for over two years, and I
could not obtain any relief. I was recommended
to try Man Zan, and immediately I found relief.
Now I am quite free of the terrible agony.”

Don't suffer longer the nerve-destroying,
weakening misery of pile trouble. Man
Zan will most surely give you instant relief.

Sold in easy, clean-to-use tubes, with
special nozzle applicator, from all chemists.





NEW and renewed Bedsteads
Springs, Cradies, Laths Beds.
Bureaus, Washstands $6 up.
Wardrobes, Morris, Tub, Rush &
other Furniture, Tables, Side-
boards, Waggons, Larders China,
Bedroom and Kitchen Cabinets,
Desks, Bookcases, Bookracks.
SINGER and other Sewing Ma-
chines, for hand and Treadie
Ch.
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OUR OFFICE, GASOLINE, SPRAYPAINTING, PARTS
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BUSINESS AS USUAL

COURTESY GARAGE



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AGE EIGHT





Charlie Taylor Given
First Island Captaincy

A. M. (Charlie) Taylor, Barbados and Pickwick open-
} has been chosen to lead the Barbados team

Thirteen players have been se
to leave Barbados on September 19.

The team is as follows:
A. M. Taylor (Pickwick), Ca2ot
Atkinson (Wanderers), C
ishaw (Police), K. A. Brenk-
CY.M.P.C.), W. A. Farmer
volice), W. Greenidge (Pick-
wick), A. Holder (Empire), C
liuaie (Empire), N. E. Marshall
(Wanderers), G. Proverbs (Wan-
derers), C. W. Smith (College),
K. E. Wa'tcolt (Spartan) G. L.
Weed (Pickwick).
Trial Game

The following have been select-
ainst the Barbados
Trial game scheduled
take place at Kensington or

British Guiana

] d and the: ire aue



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play ag

ed to
team in a

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Thurs@ay and Sunday next
A.M. TAYLOR c. G. Alleyne, W. Greenidge, N
ae —- Lucas, W. Grant, R. Hutchin-
son, A. Atkins, B. K. Bowen, H

A. King,
King and

st, C. Mullins, *

RANDOLPH :
TAKES A
BIKE RIDE



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2nd XI Cricket:
Only 20 Minutes
In Some Matches

at Madison Square Garden,
three and two even

By PETER WATSON
(from on Board the Queen Mary)

with a right to the

Randolph -

i 2 1 dive’s=afhich is MOST wickets were affected on

for the world’s middle- Saturday — the first day ir th

impion to behave in the Seventh series of Second Division

, me In some matches there
was only 20 minutes of play



was all right, because 7
At . » Clantre ae sine
swimming-pool At Vaucluse Central has already

i ived into the
ne ee ; F were got a first innings lead on Wan-

Queen Mory as we

































lorers \ : , . ‘ = , .
proaching Cherbourg for the derer who batting first on an Young Finnigan, former light- Shocked By Electricity
top until we pass the Statue anes wicket were dismissed hee : weight champion of Panama, easi-] Lionel Worrell of Queen Street,
f Libert re hae aa Ww : OF THE four Intermediate Cricket matches which ly outpointed Boswell St. Louis,| Speightstown was taken to the
idolph is a good swimmer, ie secettand venmeniona ss ‘th’ 99 + Were to be continued on Saturday, the only one that rain Trinidad and B.W 1. lightweight ore ree eres sme.
i churred up the pool in ‘ peers aah © lid éAeatel an a ‘ 2 tats a ise Wi van) Champion in a ten-round non-]he was severely shocked by elec-
oe a via at ‘As gq While L. O, Wood took three wick did not hold up for any appre iable time was the Windward 4; bout before a large crowd] tricity at Road View, St. Peter.
matter of fact, nis slight deafness ts for 28 runs. Central at the end Mental Hospital match. Three overs were bowled in the which included the Governor, Sit Worrell held on to a wire stay
used by » swimming ©! Play hed replied with 157 runs Empire—Spartan match and no play was possible in tne Hubert Rance, at the Mucurapo|', 2 telephone pole which was
ccide 1en he was a lad after losing four wickets. A. Shep- Pickwick—Wanderers and Regiment—Cable & Wireless | Stadium on Thursday night rubbing against an electric wi
He t caught up with som rae ra up = matches.
underwater obstruction, and irs t ‘ er aah a eae ate On the first Saturday Menta rnton ¢ Wiltshire b C, Knight 6 | | "
although he did just escape from ** - ~ . Hospital had scored 49 for the loss ! urmer b R. Rock” 13 ’
drowning, the pressure of tne Dakin} Pees ig ongee mi of five w ts in reply to Wind. i , parm a me ees feria Sail WHAT’S ON TODAY F
shitinag 7 . o permai th aniel hi vefore he v 3 bow lec a : 19F ; 5 . : ord peat gene SLOW
yater left his hearing permanen mare ATA he tole ‘kevals ward s : 27. Lost Saturday Mental A s Se ae a ag by ee ht 19 | Police Courts and Court of
affected. a of the Empire w at edhe no pita went on to score i9 Wilkie eat ne aeae : Original Jurisdiction —
In The Gym ceded 18 runs in doing so et ae aes were scuttled down for Ralph Farmer ¢ Chase b C. Knight 1 | 10.00 a.m,
Afier he had finished swimming Foundation are now runs for M 5 ra ql u ve ap ay ee ae ee. i Fishes tibet i] Meeting of the Legislative a
Turpin went on to the gymnasium, the Joss of five wickets, C. King Menta ospital have lost’ fou eutras at Council—2.00 p.m. r Ss &
there he punched the light ball t a2 Vv second innings wickets for 37 run Meeting of the House of 5G, WP ra &
where he punch 8 is not out with 33. Y.M.P.C. in aA. > iw " lal & “je ‘)
for speed, skipped, and covered their mate apathal Police ¥ They now have 62 with six wickets Tot ri Assembly—3.00 p.m. Zp % }
pI their match gfainst Poli standing ; estat CINEMAS 4 n
about two miles on one of the cseored 17 runs for the loss of four | id ; i eae ckets: 1 for 14, 2 for 14 GLOBE “The Great Caruso” aA
gymnasium’: tethered bic ycles. wickets. There was only 40 minute n Men ospital’s firs mn f 4 for 1 for 47, 6 for 48, 7 —5 pm. & 8.15 p.m.
It is typical of the unpreten- of play ings, nO one made any good score fe | oe ceenees Little Divi-
. . m 3 . d N Ss surrowes ; > mies} z: dend"—4.45 p.m. & 8.40 pom
tiousness of the Turpin party that In the Pickwick—Combermere e id none Ni mid R, Rock top || ROXY “Johnny Holiday” and |
although Randolph was accom- fixture Pickwick are now 57 runs Th , Wet 4 one Ay . R. W.| Md te Underwerla"—4.30 p.m. & |
panied in the gym by brothers fo. the loss of six wickets in :heir liv 1 : HM ar tay Sue I 18 ‘ ROYAL: “Tueson Raiders” ana |
Dick and Jackie, manager George frst innings. L. Foster not out e eee ant, Foes ad Rae a einaes 2 1 “Yellow Rose of Texas" —
Middleton and trainer 3i}1 Hvam, with 30. Three of the wicke ‘ armet each took three wickets for \ E Cart I 8 } 1.30 pom, and 8.15 p.m = 2
| led tk eae ‘ a4 E ro 26 and 21 runs respectively nd fF. 1 AQUATIC § “Se Dear t ._*
the gym was also crowdea with e 7 > y ‘ < Ss Spectively an toch 8 1 al Bh | ‘ a o my
ordinary passengers taken by R. Ward 1). Wilkie 2 wickets for 10 runs, Mental Hospital 2n. Innings Be rae ee x Stop Pyorrhea and
£ assengers. a tana q. Vv. Boyce c Atkinson b Wilkie 2 ree sullaby of Broadway”
They included dozens of kids, prOKWICK vs. COMBERMERE F L aa scored 13 and H. M. x purrowes lbw. bH. M Opin m. and 8.40 p.m, | Trench Mouth
me : thom had a thrilling A =i ip Farmer 19 for Windward in their Farmer 3 )LYMPIC : “Pinky” & “Johnny
one of whom had. a tt AT COMBERMERE only eel rye ne ee et , of || Baser"—2.80 and 8.10 pam in 24 Hours
“vaca” y _ he world champion Pickwick first innings 57 for the MM : ! aaeae i Woe e he tae Dees ae ks 2 | | pees = ;
on the bikes. loss of six wickets. (L. Foster not F ata we. peony ree Farr 4 eeding gums, sore mouth, or loose
mn . . ba i. i - rokets an 7 7 ‘ teeth mean that you are a victim of Pyor-
As Turpin had spent most of out 40, R. Ward 3 for 17.) Windward wickets for 14 run nd f. Ch H. M. Farmer 4 rhea or Trench Mouth, or wore bad disnanc

C. Knight 4 for 18,
On the first day of the Pickwic
Wanderers match, Pickwick
alone batted to score 212 for all

the morning playing table tennis,
I don’t think there is much danger
of him getting out of condition
particularly as they have rigged Empire first innings 6! (A. #ion
up a training ring for him on the Daniel 23, Mr. Callender 7 wickets B. Trotter made 44, D. Evelyn 22,
sun deck where he will be able to for 18 runs), C Evelyn 41 and G. Moore 55
spar with partner Eddie Phillips Foundation first innings 52 runs With one more day to play, the
} Incidentally, it was a nice omen for the loss of 5 wickets (C. King Most that can co
that Phillips should have won his 33 nov out). match is . first innings lead
fight against the South African POLICE vs. ¥.M.P.C. AT Y.MLP.C, One of the veams.

Piet Van Staden at Wembley Town Y.M.P.C. first innings 17 runs No play was possible in the Regi

FOUNDATION vs. EMPIRE AT
FOUNDATION



out of tt



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nfo



Hall on Tuesday night and then for the loss of four wickets (C. Ment-——Cable & Wireless miatch
dash on to catch up with us just Springer 3 for seven runs), either Rain made the Garrison
before we sailed from South- CENTRAL vs. WANDERERS AT S'ounds heavy and the position
ampton, VAUCLUSE remains the same as at the end oft

But nothing is being left to Wanderers first innings 114 (Cc. the first day’s play, Cable & Wire-
chance Turpin already has his Pierce 29, L. Wood 3 for 28). less had put up 47 for the loss of

5 wickets in reply to Regimen
122 for all. Of that total A. Ishmael
made 64 jranker took fou
wickets for 37 runs, L
ed four for 19.
Empire made 162 against Spar

Central first
for four wickets

rank Nimmin, travel-
ling in the boat, and he will
prepere all Randolph's food from
the time he ‘ts to the American
training camp until he goes into

own chef t innings 157) runs

(A. Shepherd 62).

and B&

Top Basketball

iwless claim



the ring against Sugar Ray ; }

Robinson at the Polo Grounds, . ' Jag . as eh had pert ee for thé
y York, ¢ September 12 ~ 4051 wo wickets partan losi

oe ae "thse ion ce aia Jack Ulub lo I our B dos. another wicket during the thre
3 thi as arrang Jack

Solomons had planned that any From Our Own Correspondent) overs _ hen three more runs wer

food which Randolph ordered PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 30, cored.



should be served to Dieck—just in Siegert Tigers topranking re llowing are the Mental Ho
case any of the big betting gentry basketball club, will tour Barba pa ows mf ores

. , sp 7 whey
had some ideas of drugging the dos in October. | Winewned AL’ Tas ARK
champion’s grub This will be the first time a



The only thing was, I don’t team of Trinidad basketball |, e etchant ue stiea
. ; i Chrichiow b } wrme

think Dick knew about this players will be making @.ttip outs Ns Surrowes } BR, Fare
ayrangement! side the Colony. The tour will be C. Wiliiams run out

The most elaborate security under the auspices of the Bar- ; sess Lo 2B ; 1 '
arrangements are being made to hbado, Amateut Basketball YG aeaceaa ti Sr years
ensure that no one in the States Association R.G Chase bH. M. I
ean do Turpin any harm—aiway , Spri e Atkinse 1 1
ri xeluding Robinson, of course. 5.” seateahion ae

To outsiders, some of these pre iainty of having to meet again the Vv. E. Carter ne t

cautions m eem overdone. But man whom most of us describe Knight b H. M. Fa

when you remember that tnere as the greatest pound-for-pounc 7

has been a Federal investigation gbter in the world—the “Licker Tota

threatened America to unmask from Leamington” remains’ the 3 ;

the wngsters, gunmen, dope ped- same soft-spoken, unspoiied, but 4.) ‘9 4 ee for. 15, 8 .for 10

for 40, 6f
youngster he ha ‘ r 60, 9 for 68

BOWLING ANALYSIS
On a EW

lars, and White-slavers who have
got their hooks on the fight came,

unimpressed
always been.
Pretiy 18-year-old





then the safeguards don’t seem so

Josephine





1 mer 113 ‘
wildly far-fetched after all Middleton has landed the job of - , 8 10
But through it all—-the luxu riting a weekly article for io v 4 1 9 1
of his present irroundin the sports paper, and Randolph has aiken ’ i
celebrities, the threat of Yankee offered to do the job under her — “Windward 2nd Innings
ballvhes to come, and the cer lame E. Eve} c Burrowes b M
[waa ee Oe ea eo een eee ay Para a CN Cane aoe om
| Chey ll Do It Every Time Renewed U5 Pte oe By Jimmy Hatl > |
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MAXIM KETAINS 1F



JOEY MAXIM is still the world’s light-heavyweight boxing champion.
if less of the pep, that beat Freddie Mills in London, he easily outpointed Rob Murphy, over 15 rounds
New York.
The two judges agreed at 10 to Maxim, five to Murphy. 1}
comparative ease, even if he did look tired and ring worn after the battle.
aw of Murphy in the first round

Rain Holds Up

Intermediate Games

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The ship Desainte Anne, which
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at the local Harbour and Shipping
Department

to six miles northwest of Domi-
nica. “The barzve may be danger-
cus to navigation,”
read

the cablegram



Meteorological
Service

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 30.
Trinidad’s proportionate
tribution towards the establish-
ment of a British Caribbean
Meteorological Service is 30 per
cent; representing an estimated
expenditure of $20,000 per annum
intil March 31, 1953, $30,000 per
annum until March &
$59,000 per annum the
the Air

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Showing much of the slickness,

Referee Ruby Goldstein awarded Maxim 10 rounds, Murphy
cim kept his title with
Maxim (right) connects




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Hers 1956 and

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of the title bout Ministry

nnual contributions,
f its annual
naintained,
These proposals were agreed to
t Finance Committee of the
Legislative Council

approval by the
Council.

Express

CHAMPION
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Our Own Correspondent

‘-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31



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All ships moving in that vicini-
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PACE FOLK BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'ESDAY. SFPTKMBF.lt 4. 1S3I BARBADOS^ AmDCrfTE! /\-%vs l< t 1— r.* M llrMiitoai Tiu"-dii\, Neplember 4 HOI IN passing unanm %  | that the Gownmni undi 11 small heuaeg i Assembly of the iu lion for people who cfl k insure their pro) will bo admitted by everyone who i fen In %  problem. The exti % % %  < ol U a have happened if the cyclone, which passed this island on Satui hu Martinique on Sunday, had little more In Ita courae and had hit Bax bados 11 It has been objected thai the li ol houses ihould be the work <>i private companiei and not of t' This objection might be .. : ha d thai Oovei nmei navei be expended unlesa with the Idea <>i In this case it can be argued U insurance would be In tinform and one whicl ai EL According to the Bgu I tioncd In the address, ihe number of houaea Involved would be I Theae WOUld I i illation in this island and while it is not likely that Uns is the aacad number which would be m the event oi a hurruane. it visualise the md want which would follow any disaster such shadowed in the ad But it might be eaglet t< Incline to the opinion that the (imernmeni should undertake the insurance of theae bOUBM when other %  • eration. At present there la a Housing Loans Deperttnenl operated by the Governin.nt and circulating $750,000 fw the purpose of making loans ti> workers In the agricultural industry for repgii building houses. This d( p.u trni-ni bus been in operation for lH'nionihs and has made %  ">IH> loans. li there is this 11> li ru ad i i the build; inn. reconstruction and repair of I il is clear that then' i a correapoi need to protect them It rhu i | %  who fall in the low il I pi and who are not m position to replace homes. It must also be remembered tli the houaea which The ad In at l injure of 40,000 houses: and even if ihis might be regarded as too high, it is aaaj to accept a tigure of 20,000 which would accommodate half the population of the island It Is .somebody's business to oflat protection to these people who cannot afford their own. In the abseao anterpriaa there la little reason why the Government should not undertake the ousiness. This Insurance ol houaea is primarily a ice but it is also u profit business. At this stage, it is arguable whether the Government, ha\. awaiting an economic survey bofon i barking on large scale financial operation, should entei upon thu matter of insuring the 20.000 hot The question which must be faced ibis form ol social is overdue and II imperative with each hurricane season. It mi: hi i I %  priVate enterprise should undertake Ihe launching of the scheme will win the da) but this insurance ol nOUSM which should be carefully examined b f<>re it is rejected. Any such analyst! ariU show that it is necessary and it should not be so difficult, hi' hould undertake it 1 OIMIOII l-rls Mori' t ininiii:; Hill I .., %  . LONDON*! r! enemy than the ( '•"' %  I which has beet the City'a main met Sewer rati ai e dyli ta being taken by the more and olevi 11 they are barely hold in the ship rat mVaSkN) "The ship rat Callow, tnea irlj to tail Mr William i>.. family concern which have bej in rat destruction foi said : %  Lfitoix NIGR1 "It amaze ui how the si %  find them I and I S %  <. • %  roni Britain HITLER'S TOP BRASS GANGS UP OVER A Is. U. LUNCH Il I. l.i %  I:I Ills and tow n Ctown %  lanrtnil behina tin <> nl*r. Uauallt iu Of thrta arc there d in %  talking toffcther wbiW h lag on Hi.' grill ftayin& Ahich mean* u -laird mtu in b K %  an*," %  hi ha had %  %  .. i A ItttlS mile %  i ui -f una." .. ii of anolhei it cams HI my morninjt POatmastar '• %  -. , ., ihlUrng %  %  .ii:.inisins. in i*n. ih end "li '" %  **"• n>l" his chureh b BlST. The aufajrcti will inch*. -> IK*- ihUUngS. "Ballroom Dnaagtag, Chew. Horn-lingerie. Liter Hure. %  •• I U'Rt i i %  f KmcUth %  Ma itrug-.• ortlng UM %  %  %  %  %  n. %  m that I peach Mlikiiir v. orlf. Th. thai Many af ttM Mill <>ii pot office This bring* JI tharmI liaaBjne. m ihe >:cptiu of mxi winter, ihe London Pwt Office) u-.Uimen, und U • i %  ins in I II number ' surar *' Ballnmni Dancing claaaca, and U %  ,,.. IOUIKI behind the co u aasi ntss than ,.. re playing rhe, m the aortiiiK are rarely !" ^ lm | ne !"H* P"rt'ca: ,. 1V(! Si>reeh Making, whne groui .nn photonrni nfnlraU-s n |1 and Whits, and when *"" rorner Ami reOMmbaV that ;' p, t ' n cr SS run Vtttl :hr *£*****: The ewhaiiaaw would riih % %  black i -n'. 11 tacuu up the n i . all thai if you lik MoOd I'Mmr thai ine fbr i |B| to bs i allent rsodscroui an lnj b HM .... i "I"" < %  % % %  • l.i.warn % %  %  --''l'l illnaii PLAQUF FOB PIONBBBS Many Of our ti'.mtlantn sat. will be aurprlaet loam that Sir John AI Shake*%  %  x ''''", lught" mr"noi An It w now decided that a mi ,.. n cned ih. 'National wiU be ereated.st l-mdon Atrpor IN HKITISH IMIST OKFK'KS 8*i Arthui Whitten-Brown i ; n,it' ">' 'Irs! tn make the dlToCt Atlate ,i printed ptaadlni into tic light Tliis perhups in due u tbatr wa*te-paper ba.sk-ts svory eertala heavy pubUdty given to i ,, | u osrialB other .partywhsteve CLOSC oil |r. AdellMlier'o U.IMIIH. — that be will jump on neur-S/i purtii"* in the WrM /one of ( %  ermunv—comes this report of .i strange meeting of j Hitler's ex-oflirtrs. They have a different line a line that gives Dr. Aden auer a new enemy within—And SOa take on a Stalin job. NOW OPEN I MODERNISED AND Ft'LLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST KANC.K OF BOOKS • UsvocATE .STATIO.M;HY :: CHAINS H* UJI.I.IA.M II \>ISIII H VEERSSEN We barn (iermany. The landlord of the (lerman Oak Sgsjaa riinning to my car when I stopped for elevenses. Then suddenly he hulled. He said: "I thought you were the Co crime back." "The Colonel ? M I asked. "Yes," said the landlord (when we really KOt talking). "Colnm-I Gerd Hem '•<•• .,ih the Intormatlon that the 14th, I sis Jbn M engaged i" >•"'• the memorial ihould n campaign neuin-tt the Om lawn nhi n froal of UM U idmlntstraUva building %  %  ran would be seen . atiamta niMsng r, and i i % %  Apparantl tag asked what the urerul p.ipUiiie UM 'Dinsent Covrrnment i%  ,. UM accountant* of the ass ii>iie with Ui. barn m\ Mounl i %  i Office to keep track f The J'TI Farm, near st John.*, that hui *ilme thai In Newfoundland iHiuKhl in 1934 u %  re so of P**n of si end ittle Mili-i>s'-n the walh of to ihmk "'i What ,i |HMHjawr maHenhift hangar might be •preaenU The little old %  Pprop rwla. CONSTANT I.AMIIERT village and the The musician who data the town where i w -k m London Ugh' up. the i-^t ofllces as much menv>rMhle 'oi : \ '""dl "•* *i their work*. I'.. <*. iu net i %  lei (rivet and Walkers, Bawden'a, Sw/as, Turnc Rut i Iclei in sHHiiuiei* ii.iii. Gregg Farm, sne Rulsby orj third i v I ihat the sugges:> i.r.\ likely lo lose nwnej linn a* put forward by :i run U %  takei out n. i for our pariah I r acted upon and lbs rood by *a> nw inly based on %  of Si BUnon Chapel via Ki.i eni of tho Street to WaUt^_Hah^wopen II Qon i turn i*' i rote every has an nvolvtng |'ronal In.n..wei is not to take out TQ Tlu ^d\i„r The Adeocai mmcrclal poUdea bui rather to sin I', i r'oertnlt m* unoa set aside an .ippropriate sum annudivulge a bit of ouaaatu f eooh vehicle and ihat exists on Number 10 bus buUd up ui internal insurance ,„,,,,. Thii route U provided with two buses and pacb make ied, li UM LegU l ature were otH extra trip Aii Saturdayi %  pul orj third t, inadequate. In I %  fi of courl i' a with the prebol the doj a rke i-< reduced, ng the premlunu though then. %  obviously more com m ercial p Goverl \ • The Colonel, it aeerni, drove into Veerssen %  eying he had heard about the tine assembly ronm at tho German Oak. Could it bo hired for a meeting )i course, said the landlord Right," said tho Colonel, "a week from now have 500 lunches ready." They agreed OH the menu. Unusual in) present-day Germany, it was frugal—what! the Nazis call n (mo-pot meal. The Colonel paid up in advance, pullin: from his pocket live erlap new 100-mark i lay about is. 6d. a head). Hull .11 On the appointed day up drove a fleet of po li s h ed and painted motor-coaches. They' came from the Danish border, from the far! end of Germany In the other direction, from tho Swiss border and Bavaria. Olll stepped < Ight of Hitler's generals, two of his admirals, "numerous" staff officers. | "more than twenty" Knight's Cross holders! After tho soup came the roll call. More than 400 ex-officers wore named by Colonel Hein, and each man as his name was menrose and stated his rank. "And you'd i bo surprised how many, from generals down to majors, claimed to have belonged to the Walfen S.S" (Hitler's last-stand army.) Then the assembly hall do-.i s clanged shut' nd the generals discussed army matters -Sfrwfptle* After two noun they formed u leadeiship ling ol ex-aoldiera. The word they used for leadership is Puehrung. You recognise the word linked with Fuehrer, meaning Hitler. And the;, accepted the formation of a ring in the Usual Wehrmacht manner — by banging beer mugs. Whg| is this leadership ring ? Yet another militarist Rightist clique of generals ready to draw up plans of attack and defence ? Not a bit ol it. At least, not according to the Colonel. A tattered and creased copy of his manifesto, which I found later at Veerssen, is a strange compound of army slogans and some Nazi Party slogans. But tho sentiments are Sylvans Village.' Sui;:ir •**t copies of what you can read dailycontributed to the pages of the East Gorman oncern ought u> BeUepIalneTst Andrew's'chureii"[Communist Preeg by ex-oAsCen who havt come down on tho other side of the fence Veerssen. two hours north of the Hanover motor road, is the last village before you get Phones : 417* & IfttT — HI ( K U IIII STORES i would id cart, and pive the prtteed.0 ( the nale ton DUborr sulwniition from the I to the SI'.CA Hi • Is. be forbidden by the Court l<> tin .:ii..i w be did not know how to treat it, but if he Government wanted to take his war ol it there Is market he could get a hand earl ..iiil push 1 h-iiiM'll. Yours f.ithfullv. VISITOH a f aawh in Si. Akin* |**or. rhi Adeocatr. SIR, Plea i permtl 10 COfOtnent on the eonditlons of ruads in st Andrew. Than b) the Main Road Bridge whirl town i"Haggatu i'i nts lion and the leadu g rood plalne from .ill p..rt< by way ot Bturgos, Sprlna Vale. Baxtst Bruce Vani Satuors, Park, kUhdn St WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. ONE OF : Hi SUFFERERS ST ANDKfcw Dinnatin/arlion i %  %  % %  n oxanv ting Itself to sueh i axampi the regulation, and i 11 v valid round that it la capable, without i But whan the kelp or HU ...rd enorpsny, "f nui-img any cia.ii %  .huh it %  Uafali \ BUFFERINU PA8SEN0EH could possible 1 am Sir. thfutty, CENTIPEDE. \ ni inn I U'rtfart' %  %  i i %  Thu* the '. %  1 %  lliiuhlmry RMHI To Ihe Editor, The Adrocarr. SIR,—I would gladly hke one ol i lie Authorities to visit the area OUkct i-iiui Hlndsbur) Road I ;u<> one of the unfortunate ol "us area and eon%  the i -d are Would M>miv.io In power d i>le to help ih; tiOn SftSf this rain I praj tl %  this U repaired in the near future and let residents ol the area live happlnei* whet, there i* rain. HOAD St'KFKHKit 2.1 8.51 %  %  Aj .i member of th? %  ippeoa aft" \ l..n:u >/ nala? i rran the r,i the fdiior. I'e Adeocote. dfool SIR.—1. as a (U od sufferer, think tl it the pcoeont Labour Goveni%  rnet war Inod loi BMHSI should be lahamed to come kej and .. forward to voters snd ask them some little time tor soy votes, in the con. ital oa rjar tion. %  for klcktni . much | -e very eager to donke] in the hel| anot gq ruling to help their own! 1 am present %  resident of the Pine the owner. , wd thu Labour Set-up has not %  rent In &M %  Now, I am HO vox that I a %  FLOOD SUFFERER, 'tad of imprison28.8.51. THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — "A RANSOME MOWER" 14 MINOR HOWBMI (with motor) 18" GAZK1-LK (with motor) 14 TIGER PUSH SPARK PARTS AVAILABLE $280.24 the Soviet /one border. It is it rnrognlgetl highway to the Wed The colonels, the gwerwlg, and the admirals could nip over the frontier any night and ; be back in time for lunch bringing their i ** manifesto with them, and its wording SUR-,\ gegta thai this is. In fact, what happened. 'S I III In MilRearmament of a 'torn, divided Fatherland." aayi the appeal, would mean Wgr Then come Nazi phrases—almost untranslat^ able—about the great struggle that is goinj. 'in "for our people's right to live." "For peace unity, national character, and culture." It warns that poliUciana have a habit ol rleaertlng the Qerman people and says:— "Comrades— known the world over as rhampior. ..< jvmd this and take their place In the ranks so that the Qegmgi 1 pit and Fatherland cannot be sjcrinci to roreign lnteregtg. H h ;rr Hull, r KVIIIIX l.M.k Win! Al Bonn Chancellor Adenauer announced h,. '< %  • jump on near-Nazi parlies Ihat 25-point procramnie. lid also sludy Ihe flow of military dflM IcniM the zonal boundarir %  walch out for a fin ;.' Id from the Eastern riofi of i'\-\Veht * macht no) to the comrades who are ri \ \ -L.E.S .1 A It BREAD I lie Hi-sl Ifakrd & CAKES • (he ISIIIIKI | Phone GODDARD'S-W. 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r.\c.i MM BARBADOS ADVOC TE TUESDAY. ll.l'Il.MUIIi t, 1*JI QUALITY & FLAVOUR TTiia^. STANDS SUPREME IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers lo all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW Tins VIM CLEANSER 24 33 Tins CON. MILK Tins VIENNA SAUSAGES (4 oz.) 38 34 Tins KOO PEARS Tins NESCAFE <4oz.) 91 8 Tins LOBSTER NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My huabend Mrtrodoced me to ALL-BRAN ahortly after we we married. I us* it in my cooking u wall aa for brefast. The roeult: we're niuUr aa rlockwork'" Mr* Antonina Graciano. 463 Garfield Ave Jersey Ciiy. N. J. & i f you auger Iron eOwMipauori due to lack of dietary bulk, eat an ounca (about W cup) of crirpy KeUoeg'a ALL-BHAN daily. dnak plenty of water If not aatiaoed after 10 dav> ret urn eaopiy box to Kfliloji Co TGteal Britain, Lid., Mancherttf. Englaae\ (M DOUaUJt TOUK MONCT •*£*. I FOR QOOD VALUE Wrelabix la pkr> M On Make* In pkg*. MrMrham Jim lu 1 lb bu. Raspberry I tin In I lb. be** -'.prlrot Jam In I lb. hota. M.ini.,1 ..I. in 1 lb. boU. Mixed Vegetable* in tlm* ,:i VegeUble fcalad In Un* 31 %  m) VOIH ORDER AND IMCM'DE A BOTTI.FOEIH'R l-OflLAR FIVE STAR RIM $ CSCE & Co. Ltd, | J USUALLY NOW 33 31 71 HI 69 lil D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ask for S Gusson? LUXURY-TOILET 'M SOAPS *>***.; IMTfSlAl'lEATBtl .LINDEN BLOSSOM • BLUE HYACINTH • ON THE TOUGH JOBS -all over the World t SIMONDS MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., • /. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402 Thousand* of tbeac truck* and vim are in uae all over theij "'•eld, meeting operators demand* for bard, lound-tbeilock service. Valve-in-bead engine develop* 4' boric-power. 4-apecd gear boi with proviakm for power take-off. Powerful I-ockhecd bvdraulibrakes. The truck has %  large plitiorm area with deta.hahrefun-drop sides and tail-board. The van ha* load .apacitv of it cub* tt. I~here H a lot you should know about [beat i chivies—let us send you the technical tacts. MORN3-C0MMERCIM FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUtributora Pbone 4504



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II I SDA1 -I I'll MIII.lt 1. Ml II.MtnVDUx MlMXATI PACK H\l VESTRY AGREE TO REPAIR DEANERY *** Mollley Wants The Building For School AnechoofthDaauaery into a NCOnd meeting of I Michat-rrelay. %  %  iirchwardcn V .ins thai he bo tl to Ihc D*;IT %  l %  I 111 wt'i l \ I IIO i in,'i in H<%  %  building %  whi I %  I i ... ( .i,'ni> to the ,ii mind YOUNG PAKISTAN STEPS OUT AS SCOUTS PARADE IN LONJON Conditions In Antigua Are rmi< h in i %  %  %  %  i;. ii %  B.W.I.A. %  1 ler In 11 an %  Mr. in. ,-;... %  %  InrludeO %  him I %  During *r trial | the court D %  %  %  : pie in the stl On that OOcaado %  %  in* Hie %  thai the \ %  i pared to %  %  1 %  •aid thai ba bad rand iha %  utaa thai Uw i. I Ml UW unJ | innan of the Veslr; them. %  M I 4 the Anllgu %  ; dav countrywiih M who owns mm! tates in 'r tn go on with Ins of thi To qu %  I I--... a in !'.< i %  %  With re juitv held In thai that both Frank Walooll and %  durins the dttlng of and 11 t ghn n on botl clear lh< erably :i t e mucl n %  tinSt. Joseph Church %  %  %  I of the ChUI %  Pabruarj i3w I tM) I'f Mis M llama, M Oi|Un ..1 tl.. at, there ..daflli ill) %  1 U'lh.iut < iiaiu-fl %  ui>t think it %  %  He did not think it could KM n had I i-crteinly did not i it lime 10 UM mailer and lo UORta %  Mi M : ha had no intention ol inferring that tba i withheld hi %  it s.. Inferred, Ail ba • would advise aajalaM Uh : 1 l would be an tba Church and to the ROY SCOUTS fti V lurching Mn WUtaaall mil BHft than *JO0 otliei Beauti fran t" dirtprent countries tliey went to Wnt H.iil. All wt. (i ii tin intern itional rump at Aihvell Park, Cliingford L ES Public Rclalions Adviser To C.D.W. Hack After Abspnci' 0/2 Months %  : gallon In IMH A ft i M I %  tfai %  %  %  n. ma rauUru I b d by the Lord B \ I l all n kite \ B > Iff He. husband thi inch ,u. gall •*"" %  MHIIIIK paa in. churcl '<"* *' land on Van. %  Pariah Chui Joa. %  '*> '""' land "> ;i Parkli nil wai atlll level M ..,.. pen done |n keen I %  ii %  tiding away, and lo at** the wall ol th> %  i luidatlon At pre ant %  . • %  MM ovei 1 I. prlaing ti St. >l learn |fa H i lin-'i.' dc the church on Keilni.iii I IB, i n church I. .. ihM — —.— I %  i IH.-!* It wa Ml II I n tens and P rhe • %  %  built. In hi [hi in the i bun h id a ball i %  Incd mil I %  Philip, Wslrics Look For Playing Fields $9.60 for Had iMHguagv BACK In B % %  %  ol two monl Mr. Philip Hewitt-Myiing, Public Relation! A. i i I CoinptrolleT for Development uid Welfare, daaxribod the ', ence of CorrurKviwejgttth Public Relations Ottci which he had attended at the C 0 "a wtrj Btiroulatlni '••'' •ucceegful affair,' 1 and added that he wag greatly pleated to note how much attention was nov bcdni paid by the Britiah public lo colonial affairs faranca ari brought Into thi all ovei the Mottl I ..r.n UM Idi e ven It b %  • %  Chairman omaUung ba that re, ,. n •pact, bwfora the motion toe UM , from „ „„i,„;;. ,„ "Id dome* %  .". ^SSsli !' %  Tl,r w '"' '•'"" %  '" UnMI coni %  .,.,. Ihl. taUv.1 Sepwmbor 2. %  • Plolic CoMttble 120 I OH I BriUih QulOHIMI .1 S4.408 had %  '.]...'. ibe Prtnc* Alice I %  >*! "" %  oui Uttla A !< • %  Dm the group by weight <>( number, knd Conben we eertelnly tot our felt Itatljuj th.i; throuKh an speakm*. •edbrthe I, ... i .-. fianKI. r. i)i Mile. D* .. aiftt* I m-ded to the Vestry from which ,. %  %  i'lii Veatrlea ol aln i i pariah an i i i m. George thi EUerton will .-e nnuhed Unu M Sarg fi Villa* Church %  pavilion will built TI. i Ided "ii thai -He and %  fOI 'i I %  i I Ml III. %  %  la in Bl thii I eiitie at It.if The St Lucy Vaatri h"|Hlo b. %  . %  Lhn %  Ing ii' Id* %  i poi il % %  • can mori rjed In %  i thro .i lirdcccilt I ;111: u,i: %  Ailayna ol %  %  nprlaonmanl ul tit* Arisiotant I'ti.u' .1 %  ,. Before Grimth told ii. langxia i and if iha ha i lion he WOUld not : ... Mr. C. I 9 M h.waito %  the evtr. ..Ul tH. I I %  I I Ol their In th. Chair. Ha kept u are getting %  mllll 'hlch %  • l>v hi,rd at work fol a couple of J | i<#37 ..t II to Browne week;, nnd when we weren't aetu"^ am sure wID continue lo H%  i nade, The Mr. B. N Braun The Pi.11 ivaite on Jul\ Rrs.ate.l 1880 due t.. li %  ., %  at. ; .i. %  %  I. i ..i All %  | *a Inchidli raurae. a whole lot of pi %  ,\> f 1 !" £ -> 1 riv* printing of posters and meU An all hfr i Oriflli • of the '(".: I II. had II prevlou! %  .. : %  ... %  'i in. II oi. ,li %  George, 'i A %  There %  i '. Ned Boring. Candle Si vholi A Coo i %  % %  %  i %  I M H v W Han on (he nidlo and Biacbman %  %  lion ol lir savoury flavour I much Impressed with i in make I %  i real I ^"11 none a • f the l| I lb) '.I thai U %  %  %  %  III furthi :..' %  %  .... 3.B., ... Central %  Crown Film Unit, i-re received from Uh %  %  > • %  •;: % %  " i" oid An %  Ingram Tearwood if Hindsbuiy ernmenl policy ai regarda burri,,f . '.-xls. partituiar areaa; and what in the ii 8.15 pan. and tot it. Iha motor eai M-8SS OirTereui Poaltion driven by Dud ferrod ba % %  llw KaturaU .%  i ifotUay told MM V< ITJ igajority %  %  rhanati trad to •he beat reaull territory— %  %  %  /trilish Council ffc-O/M'tlH •STUDENT,' ADVISER' LOADING SUGAR %  I B. TWO Han Student and S > %  | here loading 101 of sugat i. %  ent Iha Mnav taklng ii' \.I.I at %  came In y lard cent. Both ablpi i. %  I.. %  rim iheae -lid put %  Iha iri*. i ,,,—.,.. ,, .. dan draw to tba %  II th ii the lamps bade '..Inch ore%  • pie getnng ..t iha Ugnl %  i tiinii. ..I gfvlng i ..f iheBrltish %  omcW< : %  %  # On MI* ? ;: |H%I IS C t%l 1111% II 11*1*1 S% IO IOII .. NtlllH. %  I %  I %  %  I flooi not yet complete. The Friday film ihowi will lal S I DO p.n i r Tih will be all M ... i will be on Thui 6th at 8.15 pjn, with the folli %  1 Vtsii Ii. Hisliop or Gambia %  %  ond IfPonga i •nmuna at %  %  in Offlrirs and oUtei OF uting and i Mlnoi %  %  Mayor. %  %  h m Just I rrirwl I FRESH SHIPMENT PURINA i nous ALSO runK II i IM its 3112. JaSOII JoiM'S A COM Ltd.— Distributor-,. Make thai wuh baM .i link ManaaM Make ti''. Marmiie on viumins thai build up health an liin,--. I hag %  %  ,: % % %  and burger or bo aMQ noOV i i. i BMldD tvWl M I'inite in >ups. p i mj savourv dishes and Marmitc doct. so much lot (HKK 1 MAR MITE The Vitamin B Yeast food M.tl. in [tgaaMal ,*----.-,•--,-,*.---,Only ONE birvi'le in (lu k world Th. • rour gaaratrai al laagag -. aaRMajgi i ba tiuldl l.dln 4.lii bt^-ylc UUTIN thi* wait SWIFTS 1.1 Nl IIEON BEEF WITH ( %  STAXSFEMK M'OI'I A iO. LTD, I r jmK mmmmm m FRISIAN & (.1111. POWDERED MILK 1 mm i ONE OF IIIIIIIMIN LEADING BRANDS. •1 l/l III UUI U.X.MII.i: #17 III Furnishing Fabrics by LIBERTY and charni i ..... %  %  'i e of ' i %  you'll • m ' CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREBT '+w,',*.',' r ;'. ;*.*ss*',fs. *,' ,.','.'.','.',;;'„ ,-,',-,','.-,'.-,' .---,-.'-*-V-'.'-',' iV.'^Vt**





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rt'ESDAV, •! 11 1 MBKK 4. I5I l!\WJ.MK>.s ADVUCATi: I' VI. I Best Test For Detecting Insanity Whal Do \ ou Think Of An Ink Blob? CHICAGO, Sept A prominent psvcitoluKiai said an ink splotch it the best test fur dett* I l>e*plte many new testing techniques ink splotch—a device almost as old as the science ..1 psychology itself—still ll the bys* way to study the subconscious according to Dr HeMa Bolger of the University of Ctura^o Bulger was one i Italy 5.000 delegates to the Amcucan Poyci>>lot;icaJ Asasuciati*"ii ConvriUi*n here. In the ''"• doetof i rtaoUof] to on • pate* i What the pattenl thinks be sees In the splotches gives the doctor a clue to the moo si Mi newi This test always SrtU be thr Ear B Bolgei explained %  SSJ the patient ,.,. i sets %  evei >life" Habit 01 eultu %  Up through and .ut blots .porttaneous and origm.il tM Bolter But with some i'i ths more recent and more controversial testTown Clerk SuHjM'nded w P ell PORT-OF-SPAIN. OMUI-.I inii suspension of Mr. n Tosni > • meeting of the Council held or 1",^ ^ Icchnlqup 19 lo „ k -, r v the patient U> draw a picture of a The announcement ol lUfjSnprrSu0i Dr Arthur Helton, of -ion. i evolved in SttessCe by BM ,, , s (U rjniverstty, \tftio iiethis method iiiiiu T.!I. sjid ths %  i the picture and ihe *ITC of "" different parts of the body show h *' up vmout mental disorders A man who draws a plcturCouncil, read ; % %  > "Conasquani upon certain port* received fn.ni the Gove cient Auditor touching ;idmrnitratinn of the dutlrof the I'llSIII IIAMOOVS r r -"^\~J %  *•• 1 .TSJJ^">I JPT7' '-JS-IT"*' > : i Radi IiW 38.000 Grenada .Vtum Tor I i(|iii .oil t>r the Itunday afternoon irkrlrd %  nel ol SSSMUdStSi IS ciite*' < "h of the eight, m rases deI .ring -uppnrl of : %  mi'tee wSd rspreKt'iui> .-f nl. i use pti ilanlem and oil*, iTown Clerk ...i ths .ippointmenl by the Council oi ;i >_ under the chairmanship %  ( Counci1l< nd report upon the (tdeiiis set .ut thenBTown Clerks letti M %  .. •"[ 1961. sdi %  suspended the Town Clerk from office on DS If psg Augi.'t 31. Iffftl. h;iv (uithndPct'w. ... ,n. Town of bi. (Jiwir-Hon. T He H noon lo ti'lum ..fur VtWA Mrrynnow. brother. S3 Naif SSH "-'". i '" Vlce-Presldem r the r.v.Q snada workers U'"i wf i^nl oj.ooneiit will be Mr Gair>himNaif lefi tot Switzerland with an aelf. Uon to t.hng Idn. lf o*-_i n i --k to Jordan -I'.P. -"L-.IJ.JL .., J Thosnaa, Pietident of ISS i. W U %  St. Andrew's t*4ouih(—Hon Esypt Mai Buy ' N '" S m,,h ~ J %  • st Andieus (ltorsn) .ll"n Anno F'rom Kunsiu '<"** %  w.uun.s st I'.tn.-k'' Hi Brit i sp land St John's—St. Mi Fi-rgu'on. Q.W.U SerreI'Olt'l-UF-SI'AlN. Aug 31. Itgii Ut Black Market Bo-.ru was umountiiiK lo posed. This > tosssts* (y tetsl sine s ths Inception ol ths ;' '„ fcliU : ... %  vho Ukts Department.. w f t colours is submissive. BolOne hundred and UUrtSSD *a*s gp r Ba (j when coloured ink is agoinst r>rofltssrs rosulto the Borschach : %  ccstvlctlons with three dissnlsauls. drfTcrai: ronclions are given. Mr. Ulric Cross, Black Market Some might be reminded of blood Officer stated that he attributed Ukta* lesulti to poster co-opsra< tion from the putilir COMMISSIONER'S WIFt rvei \ tii they **V shade ut red "he s A person'who tries to rcstrnln natural impulses reacts very •lowly to the sight of colour in the ink splotch test the said. But Helton disagreed.He said %  %  im i. ri %  '" %  ii on colour was baed more on culture than peculiarities or the sul*orsrieus mind.—II'.P). <.r n;nla Sugar Iiuhifdry Ends HtfOrd Year ipendanli • r GI0RO1V8, Sepu-mber 1 da'l ;.uttar industry end'^d .i rtOOrd STOP yOU last Tuesdav tht> ti.ml output ,.r sui;ar be mi' .•.ViH.ll ion-, higtu-at yield since the Woodland%  r.„ :..i Mai was 1.609 tons -nd mil yielded l.3t tons. Th. OUtptM In Sperial Grade 204.7 Urns and 2.553.7 i k Crystals. Cane., ground 33.181) tons. peoi growers contributing 14,170 tons. Kitty-four thousand proof gal%  i i, n gfsrs dtstffisd for U SrSg :MI eii;lilo.i nth long~crup owing to delay* csussd by th*FsAsnairy-alarea %  triks and heavy rains later m the sas India Inquiring on Pakistan WartevyNEW DELHI 1 dealing with | affali (. ,\v I-..H i %  | lold P-rli..to.-nt thsrl einmeni of bldls is making inqouii's ..' i i Govern%  snl n pi rti al %  %  levy" being lolh.t .-.I Muslims IIVIIIK m SBSti I ton. The MlnJstsa ski ibc Govof India hai no verifying the roporl uiuuediately and advised again*: tht slon of a motion tabil by Harvishno K.. Congress. The Deputy Spe.iker held that the million OUtd >t DC udmitted iusr then.—I'.P. Iraq Withdraws Aid From Syria BAGHDAD nosd 1 CAlHt). fiept 3 'Ilhe ltfsident of Ihe ftVgyol.an i tint !" %  of lM*pulex pc.' t -oi Did Egypt buy anna from KUSM.< Aodei Siilani Tahiuy (Joins i*.ish.< l,r >' M.id m an ttSsWrsSw with the Carriacou-slr ntwapaper Al Mlarl thai the navesler. lion's main OQSMSfrB aiwuld not UMr ;iry has now to stsrosalc 'h. AnsioUl> htM NlrfWall ,,„ h% ,j„.-Yldian treaty bul lo >-' %  * %  >* ,.,, „..,_ ,.,. Ml m Ml M arry.ho Ilia ,>.op..-.d com. a(U-. KUS-L. wi]X u Ml A „ „, |( „, ,_, St B Sylupriaud all of Rgyp* stall futcr-at-Uiw F-uliei. Mi. Gniry Is* Mas %  frOl 'ic; *-xi 1 dad 'Hobacco Have '• 11 1 iaili Balmico 1 'i Coilupondrpti PORT-OF-SI'AIN. Aug. 31. Trinidad and Tobago had a fSTI urable trade balance of $14,409,213 for Ihe first St* month period this year when e %  %  The value of all exports (doBssstk exports and re-exports) lor the period January to July SynOsstlSd to S132.493.935. Thr Ifrs Habtb f-nsfia-i tfim\ value for the individual months I at frers Janaury and FVbruao | t i31.2Se.tl3. March IIVMV4N 1 • And Ili.TfHJTe; Ma, $23,370.I h. June $19.047.534, July ui null'.i when fid • Syrian A i i ui kfus an. i .if .. ( d said %  in i osnl 1.1• %  ut "i ti'ps." li -.... Iraq | M that the i. UiuUu and thai the lesumpllii'i m bOSl unlikely. —lid*. %  -• %  %  %  ^ ^jU> - "Every Plctura •'II. a Story" Backache, Rheumatic Pain Relieved > pal ni U i g odd |ob sound the ttouw oao be a pleasure again when ynu sre free from hsrtschf, rheumatic pains, stiff, achuig mux;k s aad iuinn. lumbago or common urinary troubles due to impunuc* in the blood. Why not get happy relief by taking Doan'i Backache Jj Kidney Pills. They help ihe kidneys to rid the blood m of excess uric acid and other impunucs which otherwise might collect in the system and cause distress. HALF A CEXTVRYof SSSsSM ftl rsJISSSSJ aUawaU dun u maJ^uait Stdwy acnai %  Ike proud necrd of Dom'i Psw. Gtattfd mm amd toamtit of all ata use ai rectmmfd ihu rjkiast dusrsfic md seiaa-y mi m ft i: U dmr j ri mdi mnd tmchbewA 219 Aik fur Dgfsf lor */• JUST RUB ON HEAL SORE DRY SKIN MeniInikiiuiii Balm heals Sore and Cracked j Skin just like magic and [ it is so M tuple lo uv. i You fm KUH II ON. i 'Menlholatum' instantly %  tops imt.ilum. mo the* lOftntei and makes your skin cool and smooth. 'Menlnolalum' is good for Al I SVin troubles. A n OOOal it lOOtlMS, As il hotiilie>it relic m. \ii i.iic.cs d heals. Quick—get ajar or tin to-day. ' '""* Uy r -" ( ";' Ul v *; wua dOSBfJ hih ben 'to gel M. I., thrxe POWSI rSNtadfpn ill Ihe %  wilt.-mv | p.on.me,.. SLngtffBJL %  r";F Uon byptlana had taken It foi %  ""' md.gnaiMm of othe. t she winild M-adiiig buine*.nien. |i.iriii'\ilari> Most decided 10 MossnMr, W K Julien who last week Issl rdgtrl iftei •> tout bout lasued a ctreulai d-iaring nim-1 | %  th. tinned "elf ., ptoaiiertr.e candid.,:. ( OfttSI until lsr.nl cernpile* Ihe seal 11 was Mr. Jollen\uI-..., I. .hiti.Tnn releotlOSI, he said. In iiilrr thf nmn d Arab refugees and lest, if Mr Williainii Bssod DSl the internationalliatioii of Jerusawith the object of Ashling MBIBtSBMl In 194B. rvshow but forcing the (ormei genii*!nun lo Ihe wall. Mm-m! real coffee... § } MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM Uidc Only it Thl Htnlhalttum Co. LU., (Ut. Ittll tlwtn. f|'M* fAKl CLOSING FOR STOCK TAKING S3 beg; to notify our customers that ee will be oloBed for our annual stock taking? Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 3 to Sept. 5. A. BARNES ft CO.. LTD Her. it coflee with the mailing aromo, Ihe heavenly flavor thai maktt m*mry sip a satisfying experience. With Chase & Sanbom you gel oil th flavor your cup t hold Aik for Chose A Sanborn loday. osed be DO resile, an, DO baby d,i nights. lessrs, ii n u sxiv. Aabion A rassass .fasts' Powd.s. beads Mothers el ever the world k I found them eootluag; and Bsst big when baby u fretful ISsVBBSfl teelhing, and. besl ot* -'11. the see WWU I il I 1 SAKE. A8HTON & PARSONS UeTAMTS POWDERS ran /Afy dUcfwunaUno t vt HKHIU'H e&pana dema/idi /In <


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1' USE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Til M>\\ -.i.l-II.MBI It I 1931 Cahib Catting w .lamps. %  f.< MOST POPUI,AR B.B.C. Kadio Programme ( i UUCI u .1 W i %  With Cable & Wireless M i i •war Bay 1 i b> B.W.LA Hr .rk* %  d for the Timidad water polo %  TT^olof, .. by the < •.ninblr. %  Mat i %  ad In the < Will Mil %  %  Mi. i I'AmWf i • In England. B.W.I.A. Operation* Officer Rfl (if tRCHI R 1 %  %  i %  Educational Adviser S i Kins ona] A'tvi*.. M 4th i I: W %  %  %  %  >ller I M. • | %  i uJum bir VIA enjoy fha ho.piK.My comfart and thoughtful tarvie* whkh 1 1 uva modePAA "ttral choice" of vttaron traveler* the world over. NEW YORK S'lin-tlop *rn ."• I., liliian.S.iin Kl riniaVnt. oi i :'P"l.r iiKm^-Mi! AU P*+IU*ht, to Stw York •mw EEf/af IdlruM Airport %  •wfaod of Ls CUO...M Wf[ T1 %  -l>%. -.BFT. 4. .Ml II Ii am. PnWHiM riiMr U VI as, 11 %  m A*L*a Survav IB fl "'PHI from Bnlam II ao naan Th Nw* II | p „ '*" %  •* ala.iaaf •" Dm Tha N* 4 i.i MOs 4 15 i>m Stradivari orr^.,, | P M C-MnVMM *f |h ff M N **<-..>. %  p m fcfuM* ataaasina IS D m Wrl.h V 1 %  -* Up. t The Nw> 1 10 p m hra AnaOW. 1 IV p II. HMiinwhit 7 ? P > %  T** Pilcnm'. Wo p ••• **<) %  "-••*l*l a |I p m M,„ M, c-mot. ••a"* l D m bM.,| %  M p m J*" Ua Ca.ianahi • p m Piom U> P m B,p.„Tha Newt, la IC ___._„ ., ,„ v m n. "122_ "L." ** '•"•*•! n aViw.r, I Bt<r. BAd Hi I D Qun-Munn Udrcn. Vinter Memorial Fund T HE Codnngton Hii I uon arc %  i jit( >f tin \ iniii Mem is plannlnj w build •• school hall in memorj ot ii i Vmtrr fin ii i lK'-(l'nirtre if lhe scbooL The I'oh.r Dam, cmliesira will be aupplyhiR Ihe mustc and Ovlotaer 13th la tho niglit before hill moon. Holiday Over R runiditd an Sundaj bi B w i Bpondhu u raoUdai in B lot .. .i Miss Jinn' I Ihe .ttair of ll.rl.v.. H.mh In l'i., •-,,(--.-, %  %  Mcndrs. their OaUghtei Dlaos .... h %  %  1 Ihrcc Months M ISS I l i ill. HU i< illNSuN blid her slStOI Tin in iin| b) llW.I.A II ran t to i studs vi, i:-„. i s on ihiw moiithfc' holiday While in Canadu Iheji will I*' !" %  gussts "f Mr. ami The rtigU bafors Uw lafl i farewell party wits BVon lot thom bi Mr, so I Mi i u i s i %  Long Leave M K. AND mlt.S. VICTOR A. AI-LKyNE ..i,d three cruldi %  i 1'iulad yeDraiDi by B W.I A. Mr. %  fi<. in UBB flusontaisiil Oti swl RaportoT to Uw u-g^lnieU, Cii-ciiudii is on MX one monlh of aftaka i s ha %  alraadj .pent in rrtnldad. Ha win spond tbs icmoindor of Iifii> and in B.G. ile Is staying with hb f.iii H AiiiMiiol iiush H.ill Back From Cruise M K AM) MRS. WM. PATTEKDavM who Curihbciin Cruise on .HI<I. Roofless Correspondent O UR Jamaica correspondent wntiriK about the recent 1 irrii .-.I|i.|,| ,'iow he Ivpod up his cables during tho Lorn (oi the Advocate while hla hoiiWHS part Tonne*. Till: WIIIMIIIIS Ol I'll'A PA/VAMERICAW Mrmto UttH ns 0m e MI. s c. tai. S#^J Ifraat SfWottawa f*Maa lift GUILD BY THE WAY GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY 5 & K.1S P.M. & CONTINUING "Mario Lanza! New Idol! Hottest singer in a decade!"— **... "The Be,i nWcol of Iho Mortth!..,"-| w aSa Ify Beachcomber I t, (rot a comir poateard shoarlni •> 1 man lookinn al a girl in i jlhlllK-dl' w Uii \v | %  young lady!' rou will Bl rCkpoo] CtmuiiM tee of ( work. Comic p ,i. i.i m future I ing of the dishevelled "'angering out of s puhlic-houae. will prt ,il>l> have ti i %  An ixcfiii-m itsss "t beer! I've had %  lure* a girl *rfu %  How do you do. Mi qajlta well, th.mk you, And yooT" IhlW lit It'-rin G tVma advaes ti. young *r*t< i bagicHUni I •r.usi be arrested and interested by tin vary iin,t nrords M m>t easy, particularly if vou are wrtlinu uboul h ins prK-t A beicimilitK I al %  ol %  r u Kill In Belloc %  %  %  But there is n. form of bewhlch i* guarantied l. 1 B aM d it's :h ihoi*." 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Ridgway Calls Truce Team Back Into Action TOKYO, Sept 3 (GENERAL MATTHEW B RIDGWAY called I • I n., IM w>il the Korean ceasefire team back to Tokyo on l lim %  '*trilt II Monday night for consultation on a formal message \\jlj | | <' 11 • I\'ii to Communists which could revive or kill armistice \ *' \\1 Will II talks Vice Admin %  C Turner Joy, chief delecate. Rear Admiral Arleigh Burke, and Air Force Major General Laurie Oai with staff members flw to Tokyo for critical talks Reds were awaiting you repK" lu ihe latest n Ridgway un Septembr: note which "demand*-, r vestigatc Kaeson K violation protest* and which If nored repeated o.Vt^ I I talks. It is might make a H %  •Mat deadlock neutrality rioUttoo ulKirdinalcd to peace talks. Both his. and the message Kim II Sung -nd Peng Ted N N'lilh KOTMJI and Ch '• %  tary Commanders bCCOflH rap tions of accusation. Feeling in Tokyo and at the Advance Camp In Kotea was that no progress will he mig< someone changes the subject. h %  Miggeiited thai might hoi led exchanges by ml <>i al! %  %  Firstly reiwat the i i U.WV forces were UVVortN uf the Kat-sung |Ocid> propose that talk" will while ||M Siibconiniii'the whole quc-tinn nf K i neutrality This COIlld Communist demand U dents he reviewed, but CoMadblg .n v I'N. responibility. Second)v recommend of conference site. The Kacsong is in Red terrltor-. ha l>een a BOurea of di' nt all ITN.. levels since the nr.there. Thirdly props I UK tinn of nuttings ;>t tim* as I %  %  %  in U N •o pet reasel're talk* bock an ths Iraek. requiring Communists U neeept or reject tmnn sumption of talks— IT.P KING GEORGE IS IN GOOD HEALTH LONDON. Sept 3 Kins Gaorga till I'll-, tcc.dmcnt for art > dltion cf the l.'gs but otherwise thirty good he !' %  -.-. K'scribed ai "routine" • I Ota King nt Bnl.11 Scot dlsts. %  ion treated all %  %  %  nd July and are checki K OUM' Nil %  v>nt for Iho*. >' %  Relief Pond i %  %  %  help Ihe J %  %  %  1 md anything 'I. %  done In A Relief fund their bom 1 . . %  •he ftlm Bal nd." la %  Noel toward V .11 Help Thl ly %  li,,I Rellel • I Chinese Objeet To .la j iaii i %  -• Trealv LOS ANGE1.F-S. Bapl | thl U Foreign Affairs ..i ihc Chinese Nationalist Government his conn' i D the .1.41 I T"re.,ty [li gj It araj m I i as of lbs 11 In a statement, released by UM local Chinese Consulate on Sunday. Yeh said that H .; %  %  roved the 'renty generally, hui that Nation il risnteiitly upheld the right" to participate IT, vitli "apjn. He polnten out that China WBJ nation to fight Japanese I forces ha* fiuffered the heaviest lo ring the war He wld that the Republic of China had deelrto all on Jinan.—I'.P. %  %  ng the leg m; lady Court circle* no! in . i %  !. ifiTi ?i,i; i' lour of AwII*. Ph i tippine f 'irst lo Register -.-. rRANcoco a %  %  %  .VIIPII i> %  %  %  Md -I W a.m. on Monday. Bdrwarda (Juinlaro the Consul fur the Depertrneni ol Foreign Affairs .:.ition The Japanaaa alia early, with Kohi Tcroaka, Chief Of tht J .,: ment Overseas Agency In New York an i %  nwrnbsi ..f the japaneiu' delegation signing Japan. Tcroaka %  %  I %  %  to the fund. Darnell \.. .• |ng I* arin Loni %  %  %  alp t ow a rds tiie fund TWO BOY i;.itLr; | %  .,! %  K...V ::|i UM -ullntTsd i raieh ** %  S'IMI I % %  On I-Man < .MM|\% ill ; Minion To \\ .1. Bernard tianw M-P. st hui DI vision to' U1 In PORT-OP-SPAIN, Aug. 30 tmg that he u/ai on %  DBS* niwiii rnlaalon to tha w Hurricane Claims \ 421 Death Toll MIPX1CO crrv. Sept, :i. Flo ".ilaj toll of last month j MHaf I Known dead In M>xlco roM to -''" Aroth 155 dim when the humcai.e bit Jam | Texa Rshern ei were drowned in ihei tonn In the Gull ol V Kiii.M n toll vu expi m Land Reform %  iik tha (iulf port ol n > he ugh the | „„ B BY U.b. UtitQATt .. LI %  %  I af • uraad i„ th< Z by the lllXh 'U U i aaalc •) ., .fc.. ,,u ,-n aaanoiniv (level I I I I H)V imiitted a reaoiut r. Urged On UJV. %  .i tha Porlda paninaula .'. %  • ihlp M| the M P. for Ulllcrlca> f Essex, who ai'ilfWl idad i>n \V<-: i backed ed hy Owen Zuiielli egorting Wilfred Department UalBOn OAo %  K< isttkiAr it.,, i member of the delegation The Egypti;.,, delegation regiatered immediately after M S. Ahmed. Secretary to tha deleaation. registered for i r. The "ADVOCATE" piy for NEWS Dial 3113 Dy or Nighl "Quakf In New NEW YORK, %  apt .1 An Mrthqunk. i e.n New Jersey and Westehester it 5.2(1 p.m. to-day and raaktenti throughout the an (J police to find out if %  n explosion. %  %  %  memb %  < "f I %  i -. :..--. ci.l Observatory at Palisadoes ifraptl naid il an earlhtrary close" No damage has beer, ir Younger Makes A Predielion On Pact W.I. spin howler, lo "bowl out the %  ,',' : Australian crlcl at lour. Ttw A D.C Introduced him to Ferguson who left on Wednesday for An Mr. Bra! I thai he had alonlea, but had never conn* to thes Sepl Brttut] : predicted Monday that the Jaunt* a nrouloj wind ui %  Preaident 1 on Khedtlle WXl Saturday to *. %  11 • % %  '^vd at San Francisco' It Alter oonferrii State, Dean Acheaon, Youngtr told reporten he wai i onfld* m of the maji Vi tea needed for the adoption of the tough set of ru!. posed by the I'.S. ,,nd Hi. i- Thwart any COmrouniat filibuster ai the confereno %  %  .' %  Mi nor to air Its five nunufc quest P bale could occur onl) I rttsM of the anl i Anglo-A merles nit are Younger who tint said, "We did not real thins Hov.evcr a/hl I kln| Angln-Anvi. he said 'I thilul which will anal l| throuRh work. I Imai;.reach agreement on the rule— there i> no resaon lo think %  lot "' Younger said rulvs wet . %  User couniries. John Foster Dulles MIM attended the Younger-Achoson meeting in Younger I suite. I lo. head of the Philippines delegation who reports d lo consider acteptins; Chairmanship of the which form all • opens Tuesday %  Ahmed Subardio of Im: Is understorxl .hat Subai to talk to Acheson abc> procedure which %  (ormuiated for the eonfi %  is rigidly drawn in an effort t %  loch an) 'o no luilal at "tail ur %  There are Inoli lbs coursi %  %  i ineai British r..'i %  J.I S inday after conterrinf % %  I .,„ tions arialni In coi f t) Trunian Arrives In 'Frisco BAM ntAMCIBt <>. Sept 3 nl Truman ari %  on Monday ta open ""• JniMnce Bi itlah IsmMa* of Bute Kenneth Younaei %  to r<-tur. %  %  ienad on at heduir. ( ; I inU-r' a few hour the Ru*i.in delegmoi was t< rac t era %  the rule %  plan t< avenl Uy open %  %  %  %  : .esday TO-PAVS WEATHER CHART BajasTtM I a 50 a.m. Sunset : t 05 p.m. Ms m } Ir • Oesrtet lead I l.ightinc nil" %  m II I I| III. 4X| BSI pm Low Tide: 11.34 a.m and 11.44 pm. %  D.C. HX with %  oa '' %  •ice Ha smesd to tha IM *matl croKi-d of digi itSa %  Id if h r thought lUii peace %  . . • :i ., eh." i r Mr. \\>lit Mad. vllornev Gem-ral . a % %  %  sssetad Hi ^ent to the i .. %  %  Mr. Wv... %  .ir Siiirn>l and the Univei I N Barrii %  Bar ol Uw innei Tern] %  v. .. iih the rank of Majoi Hi • .. %  i %  ii. I %  | Ipch %  %  %  has no chi I ul I li i %  %  %  STAU& SEISM WiSSAGE TO M to rsi: n \i, T< atYt i n at i cast a message on Tu %  Ri i leadei M.. 0VUUJ < JapaiL The messag* w* %  %  %  %  %  %  .i the %  %  %  %  %  %  —f.p arm on tha %  the i oiled Nal the nidi tlraa t.'Ni's h. Lubtn told g presg cond rsnoi t| u.a (oven m nt %  E thai %  %  loprnents In n • 11' t.lX... I I Id to CulllV ill %  r expana %  %  %  nd go bc%  i I won I tid IMtUli .i i i %  marketln oda and %  %  %  li |f wi na ve ho' for H 'i .. • %  IP t'limi Mi Qmart tn 153 Hurl Ami Dead During L.S. Holida) Tin I Laboui Daj lo-da Toll ol %  < i I . | %  V I lo Mon-l tha to %  Then nultipiv I I NO < \MHII \ll I M.Mi f wih n %  : %  in iru %  %  I %  Uoo Wta ..: Hie Di'. l took on bit* i national J i.. ,i t can i mn A wi man what* I P NOI HIMHN:. v ill not be bind I I.-, lared to nlaj I P IIIsiMllmi %  .vi\ il it HI \ ' Kg. winter heatei i %  %  Com m un isls Step Up Offensive EIGHTH ARMY H Q Korea, Sept. 3 (;OMMUNISTS hurled an estimated 6,000 men against United Nations lines in East Central Korea on Monday, as General James A Van Fleet warned that the Reds could put 860,000 men and 1.000 planes into a new offensive within two weeks. srimoM-Rs nil NDER IN I1I.W \ SEAS gBSaaaaEai a %  %  %  %  l.lor... Il> BI . H %  %  N %  %  Essvatnsel t <.n.iiir Uu.iiis n. Oaeaataa MMMIII mpt Bl Luela \ ..n from %  %  %  %  Bntaraelaa - Vi othei from Trini%  that tha iwi i. eon HeerMsa arere Slbl I thalea %  Both the i nil. (.MMs. ud the • %  .• u> %  I > %  !! Ill <•' n —ria t U I %  north an* north%  ht Id thctr postind in AlUad .... ir..l rronl inflicted throush heavy *'ns to continue the %  nl column* Mote than 1.000 ^ are sp otted hehind the bnat m the last three i ind nighl tighter* kratrcyad M damagi .1 BOO 1.800 vehicle* in an attack up '" dawn on M POKYl | Sept 3 i that a United Btah am bomber ippad a bomb i Kuantfe ii ..ita ..I the i.!. %  lung Provlnci ind than Bow off in tha d %  I'eiping Itadio said that another Himher fl^ ovci Ymurtieng and \ntung m I %  have .i hif! alrargil %  iteg "smpeTlahsl • i warship* -II August tW Vi ippeared off llic Shantung; coast on August %  ttth and 10th Palptng 'aid. sad turned %  rear hllgnl on < I %  nd fired uanal Barer I Ml-H.ll. •* %  %  in August So *v • %  %  wllh her .l. rig II" I Irujassas it. i •mi>in wa caught in %  %  i %  %  IKippI it i . i I.HIK liei Back into si Ui< I BmaarMl i .ordt< .... rslluig (M Barbado • i I I i baa n no bet ik In '>• ropaganda war betwaan Com Along .onl HIIU%  %  %  .in.i tin. .ugh the ttth daj the suspension of the ceasefire M Voice" charr* g definite link the 't-lhii^ of the BegS and the San Kraneisro Japanese Treat> %  U h prolonging .. ,, . niffrring and frustrating iUon in order u• "prld .'' i i -.immunlsts have msKle the Kore.n people the victims of Red %  greed." t'-i* %  lith Red t i;;lif Over \ I tied Lines i ? la Kill li> is i | kSH j %  %  I Ml BINO \ MRII4IH \*l I V. I that he doi I t r i I:I H w v* ihNH it. anl Pi %  ft Waul %  I | %  | r %  Treat Truman I %  ,' 'i. < v | IIIM MIAN not rOI in worli %  %  %  apt at • i % %  %  A ussies OpjMxe Jap Reannament or ai %  %  i %  i mi ... %  l %  aiM Blkni %  ..f Japan the A i i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i r. Ike's Forer U Four Monihg IWliind Hand II. KAHIH. TIIAIIK LONI> IN. Bi ptembei 1, Ullltary autho m rsporta I mdas that Qeneral D •. h ! %  th %  behind 11, 'i ions Hi, gd by the "'"id •>' 'W5t prot.iblj will not be available until %  ..i -uininei nifoiiii.il.' %  Id Bo far 1 Kranea, Italj and asms af the mailer riurmber naUorai ot ,\ i. .Mil be urgad I all-out affort to Use % %  %  ...,• %  i In thci ..iitni'.uii..' \ by g onti Ibuoons oat U tr* '" %  ,lt '' u d \llnrl (ioims" Life Threatened An anonymou-i %  %  tent to i. %  %  %  lias are li Korea Beptei S %  lorughi f"i tl %  %  H %  .111,11 f.,| '!. %  nhe liahi %  other, mars I %  %  I —tJT. 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MCE iu.nr BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1 II --II \\ SEPTEMBER I. 1>1 BARBADOS CRICKET TEAM SELECTED Charlie Taylor Given First Island Captainc) .. %  ) Tavloi. Barbad and Pick'* -,, lead the B Thirteen players have been <• uixivi HI i AIVS HIS inn: %  i \ M TW1.I1R RANDOLPH TAKES A BIKE iODE B] M lit: M tTSON %  M Beard ihr <*uee M*r>l Bai bad mbor 19. Thteam %  M !<. %  .. M. Tailor Plefcwfcl h r ., I Vi* pageO i lagMVfS), *' ,.%  1 % % %  %  I-..I1*. 1 h 4 .1* 11k M r. \\ \ inss ipetlrrl, M. f.rrrnidnIFWl -..l.k) A H 4e> 1 I SageTa), %  1 ; nM N 1. Hank lU Hi'il.ni" <• I'fiivrrli* IBIM i u •.„,,!•. 1 --11, K 1 WalraJl (ggtartaal '• i.... 4 iPWrwMi). Tri:>l ('.Blur 1 : %  < • %  [ft, N. It HuUhini 1 MtlUlnS. e %  • I >, ..• \V •• %  "L J %  > r '''*'* W^w-C^ a %  %  JP J ^r**"- %  V* % %  %  :. P'.r'if art %  '.s.. i^^ A/. %  m^7fw m L^BaV ^B |Desaintf Anne In Distress J [< ...11. \.,.-r Wt >' (our 1 *l I %  1 Hag to • M H UDtp*trUr>r*.i The poiition 4 IB north ) All -hips moving In H1.11 vu-ir to keep •harp lool .i,.p cablegram re. %  th;it omce tjuNi that sihlv with men aboard, MM adnfi II.TI of four I" nix mile* northwef* of Doml"ii j %  Th L. tttrtbuUona, but S4i.ooo it ial i i't-.T: iiniiiims are iij n tained. Finaaog committee..( tha Council following ipproval in the i Council. OP THE toui Intermediate Crick wh'.ch b ntlmwd on Saturday the only one that UN. Aug Ibrm unpion of r.nnama, %  utpon.'. It LotlJg, I:'.'.Vlndward j . . -" %  Hi DOT, Si %  ai tan match >le in tni Hub) rt : rVanden i HVm mal iht 1 %  Mi ..l-'i .t i' n %  piis-songcra. .f hiii-. i..,i %  thrilling orM harapkio U n th.i I. ... ,ni; laUo taiinla, itch danfcr .-A: oi conditio n ri ilarly aa thi-y have rigge.i him on th.; %  tm deck ! %  ih will lx' able tu !..I'hillip.%  fight a*taL B alii AW i nujlii and than dn^h on lo I ate* up %  %  In! VAKI.IM iiui nothing hi ix'intf !••" %  '•' %  %  '•'' i'r-t knnlnj 14 •II i It, IWood :i lor 28i. own ch< N 1.1 ha "i Randolph'! f'-i hom %  .% %  !i kntn %  Polo Qroum %  %  .... -.. %  %  of druggini; the %  Mil. •' Ml. Tin I ikon tn R rit KHii K vi coMiti :; i;i n \t OOMWUtMBKI Pt. kv Kk Brit Innl at %  wlckota. (L I oul <" ri Ward 3 foi 11 i I OI M\IIOV tv Dfflll M lOIMIATION llrst Daniel 23, Mr. C illtndoi (.., li( ptound iti"i iirst innlna for thel"ket Kin %  POLICE ... VMl'l. AT .M IM v M p ( Ural innlna for tbe Ion of foui wldwti Bpringji i 3 fi BoothCBNTKA > %  %  %  [ SPAIN \ .. %  maketbalt club trill toui Barba loa In Ort i This iii intha ii in ..f rrlnld think I' beul thll '1 %  %  ment! tha Colony Tha tout will b. i Th, m l-J ; '"''' \ mat cur na.kell.aU . ..%  %  ial • •'.. %  %  n < r • mi %  i To oul living to "i"'' M n ward %  1 %  1 %  %  ... %  fter all. %  • i i %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  % %  %  i Mental %  aeon 18 Windward wen 51 iti their Mcond innings and M -J II< '. 37 inn:: havt i>'j with M>. a u keta %  Ii Bui %  %  %  in R. : ii 14 II h i : In % %  %  II v Pan .. i nd i 1 \" %  %  'ii and 2\ runs iTspe.' i WUklc 2 wlckea foe 10 L. PBI td | u .i II M Farmei 18 (or windward m then M. I-. Chnchiow .'"'K I'mI .' kekets i"i M tit 4 for 18. tin the Wanderei n b %  • Pickwick ilon I it) 12 ioi ..ii Ml 1 i %  I O. Mi With one ill. II to plaj ... i one of IhO %  h Win i Ithi the Gai v\ vMniii RB AT t the i \ wirep 47 I HI replj to n 122 foe all Of thai toui r-lk fou en>oyln that fwOel restful sleep atf to food health? YOI'IJ. SLBSP HKTTKII on a HYPNOS INTERIOR SPRING MATTRESS New shipment Juit received at CENTRAL Elll>1Mil Jl Cnr. of Broad a Tudor streeU. SCARCE ITEMS ARE ONCE AGAIN HERE-THE FAMOUS Blue Willow Ware in Sets and Separate Pieces • SECURE YOURS EARLY AS WE ONLY HAVE A LIMITED QUANTITY. CFNE^T HARDWARE 3E[£ Kickctt St. ^5&-Z!XA£XASV.!Zt. y* V>-' S ~ *i V Z&. A new economical decoration for WALLS and CEILINGS SISCOLIN DISTEMPER Covers In one coat Supplied tn Powder form in many attractive colouis. WHITE. CREAM. BLUE. SUNSHINE. GREEN BUFF. Made ready for use by mixing 21 pints water with 5 lbs. powder. 5-lb packages at S1.05 pei package 3 Mb packages at 74c. per package WILKINSON & HAVNES ((!.. LTD. Hardware Dept. V-VVVVVUOVVVV',':*-^V^'.-.',--'.^'^'.^^