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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

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Russian Sabotage Move Foiled

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UK. MP. HERE

‘Last Word’
To Reds

By PHIL NEWSOM

‘Tran Plans |



TOKYO, Sept. 5,
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e mand in Korea to break the cease-
Another $800 came imto The Labour Department { fire stalemate His message is
, e ma | eee es) ee ee Sectot 6S" ere
ae seenes nf a ve at Mrs. A. F. M: Berkeley 5.00 oO ritain ation ae word about the
Ty ’ the A mark. iS ng Mr. & Mrs eged Kaesong neutrality viola-
SAid FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. it a step nearer to the ou Ebifton Danis 50 00 tions, and a challenge to the Red
I ‘HE Western Powers on Wednesday broke up nib Renee, and increases ae ee Se ee pie ae Sept. 5. to either resume ie pegotiations
accordingly e amount of R. E. Smythies 10.00 nr r ossadegh anncouncec at once, or break them of ‘or
Russia’s first big attempt to torpedo the Japa- help which will go to the Miss D. Twberson 10.00 that he plans to subinit an ultima- good.
1 i aad : Royal Bank of Canad tym to Brite accept ans ‘he long ay i e answer &
nese Peace Conference. Delegates voted 45 to three|| stricken Jamaicans. | West- EF Bn. 5.00 fb teeta On the wi gettiement, or cee | the last smote’ dean the” North
Mr. & Mrs. ‘ Atic Bh mre est) ; pe : z : 4
against Russia’s demand that the invitation of Red way yesterday with a a- ‘gop. tuyiies 10.00 all British cil experts expelled! Korean Premier. General Kim Il
i th a don May 5 00 from Iran, He made ihe announce t! Ct
* a se: : ‘ a 5.00 t ade .he anno. - Sung a » Cc st C se
. China to the meetins be considered Se wee ee | SP ria ettoe nme, whi Sana Su and she Communist Chines
‘ s < s The Misi : ¢ 4 an overy é : t 2 - ‘ as
Only three Communist delegates to the conference|| Mite 0” $1.00. ie sg ee 20100” | Yulerof confiiense—£6 ty manne believed due to the absence from
. oa Mr. & Mrs ; ns . Yashington of President Truman
voted against supporsing Secretary of State Ache-|! pip you Finp a PLACE J. M. Kidney 10.00 Pea akaentians. a While the Joint Chiefs of Staff
VEE) Mrs. G, Skinne 5 inet x ad to start , ; ohn: ie
son. Indonesia abstained. Soviet delegate Andrei BETWEEN THESE Two? Mrs. G. Skinner mf arapeOnbinet is expected to star igre ix Waemhtten Waren teak
i yes yo ‘ , a Bas in San Francisco for the Japanese
Gromyko pointed at Acheson, arose from his seat,|] opportunity to de your bit Barelay’s Bank (D.C.&0 ) nem ae ee eas is oye Puice ‘Sater slaming Gen ee
i servi © give its vote of confidence to é "ee ‘ » and
and marched back to the speaker’s platform. ahand tr ie ee eas ieee & Mal wok Rad matter of the reply to the Com-
The fight broke out only one — fic af thie Newuta clay’s Bank (D.C. &0O Mossadegh said ie:idence per- munist chiefs required three way
fiinale’ attes “Aakieen sealted the office his Newspaper will Bridgetown 112.00 “ aa : xchanges of messages between
: ; ae mae receive your donation. Mrs. A. E. Nurse & mits of British oil experts woul MR. BERNARD BRAINE, M.P., wi ’ Tokyo, Washington ind San
first business session to order eo Bring it in to-day Miss E. Nurse 5.06 be cancelled if Britain failed t& , a » WhO is visiting the West Indices in an . ’ 5 ‘ oan
Gromyko said it was a “rmosi ies y. T. Herbert Ltd 100 00 aecept the ultimatum. In an hou unofiicial capacity to bain some first hand knowledge of condition Francisco
portant” question—inviting Red Amount previously “> & ay = 100.0 long speech to the Senate Premie bie gi a an aril yesterday aived 3% Alt .
ina—and should be immediate- acknowledged $7,228.50 7 bvely : 0 tp ate, oe e is seen above discussing a Road Map of Barbados with M
considered. He said . Red Advocate Co.. Ltd ie Mrs. D. P. L 50.04 Mossauiegin detailed his past ex Ian Gale, Assistant Editor r Z ernative
% d ia. W. Grant 5.0 4 riend 2.00 pleits and pcinted out in mos - Un Ridgw i his
China had an “indisputable right Mrs. Gladys Ric 1.06 Can. Bank of Commerce emphatic terms that the only basis ; Vagway anc us
to participate in signing the docu- ea Westmorelanc Mrs. S. J. Kellman 3.00 on which Iran would be prepared uperic decided to leave the
ments. When Acheson sent Plantatior 40 ( im iz Kellman 3.00 to negotiate with he British were ~ ® Vi esponsibility for ending the dead-
saan ° Svomvi Mr. & Mrs A Lad's Mite 1.00 a sr ats ! » Com s :
Gromyiko J out of order Grom N Greenhalgh 5.00 , _ on three points subm ted to them ‘ 4 hgh a x Witt the 5 ” Jeccnpien ks “ wg
said “I protest. _ The Soviet de ie- a ‘orm i. Grichion ¥ Total $8,065.09 by Mossadegh. St ¢ ‘¢ , fs ply rejecting Red protests anc
gation wi 1 raise this guestio: Firstly foreign experts should o ering to resume the talks, the
until the Conference decides it sign individual contracts with the 1 note Was expected at least to
he Polish Gs ; t By MEREIMAN SMITH N } I 1 ee National Oi! Company. 4 "i P gos oo oe some new sub-
The Polish delegate joined the en Pas Ha ‘rom Al. ters: Se il Iran would arr ies oe
; +} pet SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. Bri in § i ot : uarters : conaly, aa ate d Observers thought this could be
rin pe rh ae nt ah Truman headed into the Middle la ase comp onc to the a proposal for the change oe the
eat a ten irda), Vest today after surprising West] *% ‘ ; > ranian ! ompany.; ite, or an ultimatum to Com-
\ pele tenes Britain... | Coast democrats witha preview of Threatened Force Kansas River Thirdly Iran would agree to sell J Sate re ve est. gore AS mean eainiite te akitiee eats tek taht
ec nger o ritain Ver = ’ , itai ° itain’s y i K LA, Sept. 5 ae
Communists kept the floor | is platform for 1952, Fresh frorn LONDON, Sept. 5 + og oe for Britain’s own Cc fe fg i. Bl 2, Ri oe b ’ e Pp ‘ esuming the talks, or permit
nearly 30 minutes before Younger 1 rousing party meet the Presi- : i ( - - ‘i Ri 8 O t Brid Se only e ommunis roops on tl woay hid sroke and fle he United Nations to assume that
urged a vote supporting Ache~ n| dent departed by plane for hi *l wane oe he * ee Lp u ee at. ate ete Ble before attacking United Nations soldiers or eel man, | they do not wish to resume them.
iis " : a + : ln aes can _| Wednesday night that Britain has e Anglo-Iranian ompany J 4 ; ; ? : The daily Cor nist "ODas
On his position that the Rf } anos wars of ince = ndence, Mis made any threat to use force to Kansas River ripped out the] warned ina statement that “should starved and wounded North Korean soldiers in their flight “oh b 7 x. re a ainks " hikers
Bnatios ier eae Sind ee re eee implement the Security Council's {railroad bridge here, after 9,000]any concerns or individuals enter United States Second Division soldiers stormed four hills it the United St ites and the United
“Suse Gl ine con- Wrote the President himself | resolution calling on Egypt to lift) were evacuated from North Tope-|into transactions with the Iranian the area north northwest of Yanggu, where vicious clos Nations ended suddenly today
tnvies ar “hes = site ate 1. ip Timah ook ec ,| the blockade of the Suez Canal. ka, when the river threatened to]Government to buy oil,” the Com- fighting raged for nearly three weeks. They were sti Both Peking and Pyongyang radios
tinued until Acheson, who served|should run on the platferm, he repeat its meine any would take “all such actions : ;
as presiding officer of the confer-} -utlined here, was 2n open ques- , “ peat its performance of last | P a at attacking in the area, late on Wednesday ; kept up their stream of broadcasts
ii Saude Sek decks Peaiaearon i te h » We - pen St A spokesman said the repot July. However, heavy rains, pre- }4S8- may be necessary nn Farther north. below Kumson blasted Pea jas re | throughout Tuesday,
toda adore but aan sniecatan pe i caneguaaieiad ~ xf ie pe arose through misunderstanding |dicted for the area, failed ta ee in any eee: it the main contingents of thre thi ugh the easy ily pein rd aicnbe: The last delivery of Allied notes
: Pe AT yestern states seemed to re- oj ign Office news con-|, aris is “ - The Company saic at it was ye 3 5 : ouR > eas PINE Gar ‘ . 4 oe ean Peis to
raise points of objection. gard him as a candidate now. oe ee ewan ested Scerradimnate = — a Se adent thet reputable oil aniiie United States Divisions which won | pondering relentles ly at the ba in — Reds \ at ep eercey
Again Russia challenged the 4 Tee Para tin ; e river has levelle es, tanker owners, and brokers|® 17-day battle against the Com- | jered Reds who lost. 26,000 —-on 1 eee rene ene Sma SON. tee
} ruling so it was put to vote on ih After a Democratic Party lunch« whe ther Britain: would Rca a off Army engineers, _ working | Bames, taney ata’ a d vei 7 Mmunists onthe east. central. anc third «ofsthelesteent tna tos ected three Communists protest
. * further steps to carry out the Un uriously 1 t a would have nothing to do with . { the I i ” eutral
floor and was carried by an over-}eon at Fairmont Hotel vesterday steps ast) furiously to plug the dikes pro- tate hg ied! a tn ete »Jcentral Korean defence ling hen they tlerec efore { vi - eens neutrality
3 . ted Nat s resolutio tad ia . ; 1 . | the unlawful actions” of — the they scattered before ad
whelming majority. in which he made an out and out; t€¢ ations res : tecting North Topeka, called for franian Government.—U.P. knock them off their balance for} yvanecing United States marines am |° iolations,
’ n political speech poll party leaders} py, spokesman said consulta- additional equipment, All of the] *** the offensive threatened by the! soldiers. —UP.
Gromykos Points indicated most of them agreed|,, ; allie areteh inc likes, holding back the river were 850,000 Communists, dug in and . ' * >
Gromyko made the following|that the President was ready to} tion with other powers was meh- shattered in the disastrous flood r > . 90, 1 5, dug anc) From the heights won by Unite
rec. vm into the 1052 seen “Itioned as the next step and that n Gisastrous foo¢ ationalist China braced for the expected attacl.! States troop rtillery © poure -
Perel R it lat ,|iump into the 1952 race. when “koméone asked — whether }2" Suly. The main body of Communisi| round after round into K oh t . ye
irstly, Russia wi ater pu fhen § > as q aa ’ a , ‘i round i r roun to K yn
forward “such proposals as_ it His idea was simple: Support the |foree would be used in imple- TREATY REVISION.— Premier Shifts Attitude To troops on Bloody Ridge pulled ou} ihe key Communist troc ps ane
. + ” “ a s “olleague I 2 1D) during the night uppl mitre, / f Inite
considers it necessary to submit.” |democratic state and “you will be| mentation, his colleagu Vas ‘| Alcide De Gasperi left for the 8 Red. ‘1 : 26.000 ipply centre. Ahe | ¢ ih
Secondly, “This conference is}working for the people of the| merely replied; “Of course on United States to seek the revision Ja " io | eds Lose 26, states troops opened long valley .
just starting its work. It is.im-| United States; you will be work-| cannot exclude that pogsibility,” of the Italian Peace Treaty, andj} ” ‘p I eace Treaty A part of one hill on. Bloody}down which Reds must move " \
possible to say how much time it ing for world peace.’ The crowd | But he said Britain had no plans | to press for the return of Trieste TAIPEH Sept. 5 Ridge and a portion of another je irry out the expected counte oO e
will take to consider such a com- yelled with the intensity of fight|to resort to force against Egypt. to Italy, De Gasperi headed first Ationalist thd py pl er Sie tty were secured this afternoon, Three] offensive
plex problem as the Japanese] fans pulling for a knockout.—U.P. —U-P. for Ottawa and the North Atlantie Nhtiona ” : ae Spperen ij miles west of the ridge another} Three United Nations B29s were
Peace Treaty,” — Foreign Ministers’ Conference on |e & sudden shift an Ite artivud “hill was seized and a fourth height. the first to strike at Reds today
Thirdly, Russia “does not im- Senta cS : 7 . spec, | OWard “soft peace” for Japan, a ae einaigns attaole-qith small Otier planes ‘3 anged to the Nort? (From ©.P. and Our Own
pose our point of view on any 7 ry | September 15. But burning intere laid down in the treaty draft be-| under ¢ : a | : | Corr lent)
te rap is centre is subseque “ip te F ; ee ee = sé achine gun to seek out supply columns stil orresponden
one. We do not want anyone to RUSSIANS SEEM TO BE ADOPTING Wimtnehens ny a mee te tore the San Francisco conference a ihe a ttitiars aoe 1 bombere bend t> th Sn é up MIAMI, Florida, Sept, 5
impose on us their views. | Bsinge States ‘ ae : A close study of the official state-| “*" ee Tee iaishiiontebapeibbinteinitescniaetietabtiets A Xen new hurricane, “Fox,”
Fourthly, everyone has “indis- r TI EWISH POLICY dent Truman and the Secretary of ment, released by the Government | pawned far out the ' Easter:

: State, Dean Acheson, : : oe Nie ' th ee eee
putable right to present any pro- A DEFINITE AN -J aves | pokesman, Shen Chang Huan T| attanic to-day as one tropical
= ee ae iioea t th 4 MISSING BISHOP.— Catholic|made two points clear MARSHAL ITO LIKEL y TO JOIN torm approaching Jamaica, lost

romyko's plan to upse a | 5 ERS BELIEVE quarters said that Monsignor Law-| Firstly, the strong exception trength and = another Atlantic
programme was disclosed in a} OBSERV : refice Bianchi, the Bishop Ele , oe” wists y ; j * ~e8y YY ,wWouwr torm whirled toward the Leeward

5 ants i : | en é p Elect 0°} taken to the treaty asa whole. | W j j j ' j

ren ne Re eg A ania YSER i Hongkong is missing in Red Chin Secondly the terms of the draft | ESTERN DEF ENCE s YS TEM ‘No ind areas were threatened
ster, , at ¢ By FAI : ae , 7 : : No d areas were threatenec

. : : y W. A. RYSE jand his fate is unknown. The]will not influence the Nationalis 3
diplomatic reception last night, | ’ 1 Qa - | aN 7 ai : : f . ae . oy any of the disturbances at
after Truman formally opened the LONDON, Sept. 5, clergyman applied several months |Government in any future step DIPLOMATS BELIEVE present, Grady Norton, Chief
conference with a warning ert Observers believe evidence is accumulating that Mos- | ago Pte permission to leave China. |which it might take independents ' Storm Forecaster at Miami
its sole job was to sign the treaty ‘etka . t »0licy sy 7— Premier ssa- |'n establishing a forma! peace with ; i ‘or erver eat mg Si f p
ao ht” i cow is now set on a definitely anti-semitic internal po aI SYMPATHY— Premier Mossa- | avin. Att ceehore athaiel Sebeiay Ry ROBERT JACKSON Weather Bureau, aid, A. shiz
Big Fight and cite the most recent case of an anti-Jewish policy 0*|degh on Wednesday night sen} | rte statement did not reject thi | : potted the Fox near latitude 15

Gromyko asked Younger how aol ti f off ls of Jewish extraction from various | me ssage to Egypt’s Premier, Naha: ra mY Rite TAG tae Faron se es north, longitude 35 west or about
i long he thought the conference the elimination of officials ¢ ¥ 7 Pasha, expressing Iran’s s symp shy trea y as a Ww wi aie fe a de LONDON, Sept. 5 3,200 miles from Miami. The new
he wahoan tae re te ke oe ee of aera aad, _tw ath Egypt wehbe the . Security eg, hy ge soit 4 d N ationali Mar shai Tito has take two large step ; in the directior hurricane was called Fox because

“it should be over in a _ week.’ The Pravda newspaper of the ———— eT re Council’s ruling of the Suez Canai. | “#4 1 @ Secu ee 7 ae or aA f tho V : it is the sixth of the season and F
ANAL | Oe he « Miler ro ; { the West which brought him to the door of the \ rl

Then, Younger asked for]{Soviet Communist Party recently Ohina as a participant in the con 4 ~ { is the sixth letter of the alphabet

Gromyke’s estimate of the meet-]seems to have been particularly ILL REDS.—Major Genera)} ference.—U.P. | Defence system. Whether | vould come in } ~ Storms are given alphabetical de-

ing’s duration. “At least anaes us to ¢ + ose a Varicty a rege Armstrong, Army Surgeon y | guess, but diplomat ; and military leader tewed ( signations as they occur, using

month,” Gromyko answered. ‘buses allegedly committed by | Gene said on Wednesday that ‘ - ignificant” these two developments communications parlance for let-~

The p Li Ae d ae va fh vials of Jew 2 — 1 While 14 among Communist troop U.S, Resentment | ; ' ters: Able for A; Baker for B, and

adier Genera arlo Ronulo y nc: aitacked on racia Kivés ‘appears to have been | i Firstly, the announcem o on, Norton said. Hurricane fox

jovially asked Gronyko "Wire | aes a Jewish cfficials are pic- ” ; . s irae 2 imiral Sir John Erdsten, Com as scovere y a steamshi

i you going 7 start tl bi¢!tured as unscrupulous, grasping a aa aoe THs: Reoublidan Ov er Kore a Bur de i Aing Interrupts , sar ot a mek was Ameer by M Maemahip
O19 and Ifish. They are describec Sars ihe: a ae a avn . | y . inean F ne 1 i t .

ae te by ‘the big fight’, you an by Pr vda as past-masters in the | Senators urged Truman Wednes By RICHARD WITKIN Vacation f Fi oe hour shifting g on the oute:
pee he Big NEAL. Y boa ; 1 dav to try to move Kaesong peace INTT ED TIONS, Sept. 5 | fil , itp edges of the twister

my right to speak and critic cf pumping public money into | talk | ciie tae hear Seoatien of ag cates = 5 a | EON DL i vill it Yugosl Jamaican householde to-das

. J madwy - for g v s a le , : a pad F United Nations Secretary Gen- | sONi ‘ ( : : Jamalcé Once
| boa cal otis oe i ae the Cpa) da’ eee of ane ‘complete neutrality.” They sug- | Tryg i. Lie, called attentior King George VI wi user Liverpool a removed battens from windows,
| romyko replies ! 5 CE é i co € J6 * ’ . " . ” } a a s . -

“The United States and Britain|cublished on Augtst 25 describing nested Switzerland. Wednesday to the considerable | hi Scottish vacatio 1 Reliable sou id doors and roofs, as ir on
| planned to sp2ed the signing c the activities of F. F. Mayski INDIKECT CONTROL.— ‘The|American resentment at the refusal; London Saturday toi pe ‘ visit came ” ro re 7 no ee
| the treaty by limiting al! deleca- cnomiec official and lecturer Canadian Government is going to]ot other nations to shoulder more! cucckup by hi physician . rst offi ca danges o Jamaica from number

. } y . nee th bre aribbean = rricane which passed
tions to sveeches of only cne Four Ise Pretences rely for the present on indirect the load in Korea, innounced Wednesday. The Ki on ‘3 1 an : ‘a are of che teint with
apiece.—U.P, Pals rice controls to combat inflation In his annual report to the forth-| who was reported to hav Witt n arty #30 Ww
After ad pes ace re ion of in Canada ming Paris session of the Gen-| plained of a cold lust Thursd Secondly Tito { aimint vee + vind y¢ er aay, last
| eae eee OC ae PLANE CRASHES. A twinteral Assembly Lie said that de-|ufter a day of grouse “hooting, Pa tre : : and this mornin:
N h i R See ' ae ky ne une aa ae aed engined Cessna plane crashed and |spite this resentment ind some @ moors near his castie at b all ia mS : Gr a i nd if mgr gt ¥ wide
. ence rn . . } ‘ illiance wi rreect ig 1 ‘Yr a wid
Ne ru Le Je € ts impression that Ma ae edu burned in a thickly populated resi-}.ounier criticism from West| moral will come to Londor liplomatice quarter > island during the das
y oe . es te _ denti: sec Anchorage, |furope of United Nations atti-|give his medical advise ; ; rh 7
e - ated not in our country but in “ st i jential ection of : Kooe ) | mxious snquiries
Graham Ss Proposals eieva forcign staf Shale money is sist Tene ete ore al a Alaska, killing _four persons ide toward Communist (¢ hina portunity of a more thorougi vould see Tito duri made at the w aritad a =
i everything. ; I’m waiting for my wife.” The Alaska highway patrol sai United Nations anti-Com-~ amination”, a Buc Kingham P ; ier Saath ma wave of eon bation: fate
NEW DELHI, Sept. 5, | If the Jewish origin of the at- that one person was pulled from|munist majority generally regards [spokesman said. —U.P. INc I aol . } wing the recent hurricane con-
According to a reliable source ‘tacked officials is not obvious from a blazing wreckage but was dead|the Korean campaign as the “turn- = : ae : ;
United Nations Mediator Frank their Russianized names, Pravda London Express Service. en arrival at the Anchorage Hos-|jng point” in the organization’ { W I S U R j
Graham presented Nehru his piv-) sees to it that no mistake is made pital, history, eho ee aise \
shiterts mn of it ad x sir rez 2 s or ; ~ Ts > te at a secti “Ss. ‘
the Jammu Rashmi aa, at foes ae nike stand eee) emir Talal Is | 208" sorte Sep |or the Aweican patte wac'cm'| £34 Kop Contec Cle £5,000 APPROVED FOR
an coe is0, ese vite Be :i/nal names, In recent attacks on mir ala Ss | lost the long fight to retain the iinpd that re es hae ed Os 34 or Jamaica \J'CA HURRICANE RELIEF
fants Gise Suchet” them. | |tews Pravda described activities es ns eo eee : ur houlder’ a dist roportionate bur- (From Our Own Correspondent ae : Cae F r Own Correspondent
Pe of S. 1 Rubin 2a ric yerman assets earmarke yy the . . p : ' . .- a t sh or mul eal ror Jur an. Correa
Graham was expected to leav: na Gal weary eee neerveeh King Of Jordan| Western Allies for paparntipns ‘cen in the application of collectiv ‘| LONDON Sep itn a Pontes: 46° Neil negotiating | GRENADA, Sept. 5
for Karachi to present the sam jals of the USS R. Ministry of | ecurity in Korea and that follows | The sum of ¢34 for jam i anitivars nnderstandins : The Secretary of State anvrove
proposals io Pakistan.—U.P. Agriculture accusing them of em- AMMAN, Jordan, Sept. 5. 81,766 CASUALTIES.- Defence} ng upon Chinese intervention|hurricane relief fund was r itdnabalianiin. Weanno. tu-4hid | tn *5.000 vote of the ee e
sezzling ney from a propagan- . > : i ala!,!| Departmen ednesday reported there, the number of member|this evening at a concert arran ; | Committee o 1e Legislate
bezzling money from a a pagan The Crown Prince, Emir Tala A Depart ; os gat _ ae * port ; ; e t f . . th Ww 1 . i t ehh here appears to be 4 \§ nite ies ane oe ature fo
’ \da fund of one of the Ministry's; was named King of Jordan, when} new to oO 766 American| states have in some cases been|by the West Indian Studen nm ‘ sis kA mes ; : amaica hh i eS a
TO-DAY S WEATHER departments. Partiomenr pn Pair ve approved] battle casualties in the Korean|unwilling and in many cases hesi-{at the Chelsea Town Hall, Hy Y pe 1 ivi ae The St. George’ pwonreas means
| = at” cisic out his| war.—U.P tant to rsort to enforcement of Among artistes taking part, ; ; voted $500 to he Mayor 3
T sak 1 J mt Sov-|the Cabinet's decision abi | ea|K iwston for the same cause.
he Poa re a Sead from j OV~1 ascension to the throne ; Measures, The result has been cer-;of whom gave their services fre ester ted | Kir mn \ a ‘
Sunrise: Sony a.m. t at eco: neat Mo Ga a ora The Prince will officially be ne j‘ain impatience with the Unitedjof charge, were Edric Conne (themselves first th fe
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. |cal eontinuation o scOW'S pre=| slaimed ‘King re l. here t |Nations in some quarters in the! Beryl] McBurnie Boscoe Ho chiner now r
. fe V 18 VOS 1 t Tewis proclaimed ‘King on arrival, he F is mM qt 1 1 y v ou , - i ,
yg rer: write i, chao aie Miciieneid ee tomorrow, from the Swiss clinic T.U.C. Upholds } United States.”—U.P. ‘Louise Bennett, Errol Hill en ea tne ever er| The “ADVOCATE”
Se ; rie ae si ,.|where he has bee dey treat- ae ~—— Peter Rickardo. ve one >» far t
‘ | positions of even modest promin-|] Were he has been unde; a U \
nt 6.09 i oe 7.07 ‘ 12e Thi only field ses Jews|;ment for stomach disorder, The WK. Rearmament WISU are hoping to make « ormally the I c| pays for NEWS
High Tide: 7.11 am.,, 7.07 seem to be Still tolerated is that of | tector have pronounced him Cost Of Rice more on Friday hen ti i i case he tacked a | ° 13
p.m > 12.40 cience, but even there Jewish|cured. Talal’s first act will be to BLACKPOOL. England, holding charit ball in } pears to be in tt . | Dial 31
| Low Tide: 1.00 am, 12. names are now much scarcer ihan|take the oath of Kingship before] Powerful Trades Union Con- Rises In B G Horticulture! Holi in Mt sible tig ir th Yu Day or Night
| p.m. before the war. the two Houses of Parliament, gress (TUC) overwhelming|y = Square. Music will be provi rough Gree 22)
—U.P. —U.P. upheld Britain's rearmersent and | ; Trinidad’s all steel band | a “a
‘ : ‘ ee 5 e From Our Gwn Correspondent seat & 7 bee .
foreign policy today to strengthen GEORGETOWN. Sept. 5
IC T ‘Tr - : os “~ - os ieee in Rice prices are up in B.G
ace of Soviet armed might, Sum wholesale a bag of 180 Ibs gro “a N
E ARBITRATION BOARD NOW f Soviet arm Sup wholesale a bag Boel é
j UY , port came in rejection of a Resolu- p,, wn ‘A’ or White ‘A’ costs! Mf A
fon at a es ting > which ~ r Ps
- . : me re ee Tt C meeting he Js a $13.45, Brown ‘3’ $11.70, White ‘B 7 7 ILIA! : /
EE ING IN CA RB vould have implied that Britai: $1.50 0 Bh RE: OF I: A e J L
f ; 2 OR nor ghar pe av. - ] ‘4p fil tu
= , and the West have not dor Retail Brown ‘A’ and White ‘A < € s
*nough to find a settlement witt ;
F eater . . eight cents per pint; Brown ‘B’
From Our Own Correspondent ; Trinidadians piefer, was being|evidence heard, Dr. Clyde « uSsia } ‘ and White ‘B’ seven cents per OTTAWA, Sept. 4 o nted by the United Kingdom in 1949 to sas
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 5. sold at eight cents per pound, clared that the arbitrat oud The motion Was ove rwhelmins pint é a tion of Commonwealth L. D y ( High | dollar:. Last November it w ie
The Rice Arbitration Board is|and that Trinidad’s total subsidy! have to considet as in the} ' deteated ‘on the voite of vo ; ons against | cided that this cut should be re-
now meeting im camera to fix on rice was $128 000. D’Aguiar,|minds of the contracting wees vt TUC Se leks elanieis ‘i . ra ea countries i Wi laxed but with new financial
pric which would be binding on|in his closing .remar ks, asserted when the contract was m ade wi f Vint é os eae ek Miele Ge Diamond Rush to reopened at meeting of trade in troutles besetting Britair t ap
all parties conc erned The Box that if the price aparde to B.G. grades are comparable in the me : ! it i Re pedi parent! , € Finance Minister ( pearvd likely she may kK tl re-
closed its _ publir ession t was \ rm h below the he rid ing of the contract. what is meant |" I - Aa ah 9 sal + : Ain LONDON, Sept, 5, a t Janu laxetions be revoked.
morning ifield and D’Aguiar ! pl he ontract| by the phrase “based on the pre face: & canta 2 apeur! hk" Glamond Lat tne comet sal it ! tiie Canada has consistently ap}
cial s machee would othe lt ean aot ete i 3evan's h 2 y oO Mamotr ist as ! . I 1a 3

e aye ea apes Pande gree = a. DA Dean Nae ne ; Labour Party Premicr British Guiar following the; F } ed for greater relaxations t
Ho To} Clvd tre . { A ; One price te reasonabl Clement Attle programme discover f 500-carai perfect! ad te °o crease export of ( anadian good
* tor . lta the a Sik: Saladin of slowing dow iment gems in the Cuyuni River district 1 i } ‘ to Commonwealth countrie
a ; Ri “a . tome r ocia C epo Georgetowr i her ike t Pk ‘ 7

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I ! vi K
Ministry l Avi !
I 1 i Curbo-je il t
H 1 0 he oppor ity
t er the vir al play of the
Sc ty of British Aircraft Con-
tructors, and to consult the Colo-
nial Offic 1 Civil Aviati mat-
ters conce he British Carib-



Are

Help Day Nursery

At TENDING the dance at the
Drill Hail tomorrow Just





of helping the newly

New Have Day Nursery

rgeant Village, Christ

h. Many well known. art-

istes will be contributing and the

Police dance orchestra will suppl)
the music.

The dance is under the patron-

age of Mr, and Mrs, Fred Goddard

With T.L.L.
M* DENIS RICARDS
a from Trinidad y

arrived

esterday





afternoon by B.W.1.A, to spend
twelve days’ holiday in Barbados,
He is staying with the Challenors
t “Buckden” t. Joseph Denis



Leaseholds

works with rinidad
Litd.. in Trinidad

Also with T.L.L. and arriving
by the same plane Mr. Ed-
ward Jardine He here for a



few days staying with the Sumner-
of “Windover”, St. Peter,

Moore
Enjoying Himself
R. GEORGE SPRINGER who
M is on taff of the Trinidad

Guardian arrived here on Monday

yn a three-week vacation He is
staying at Indramer Guest House,
Worthing.

This is the third time that Mr.
Springer has visited Barbados and
he told Carib yesterday that al-
ready he is enjoying himself as
much as he did on his previous
visits

Not Easy
R. G. E. MiLLS, Liaison Offi-
cer for West Indian students

1 specially
»w students
have re-
university
academic

Mr. Mills

in Britain is havin
busy time just now.
from the West Indies
cently arrived to start
courses when the new
year begins in October.
says it is not easy to make ar-
rangements for them all. Some,
unfortunately. come without hav-
ing made adequate preliminary
arrangements.





THE
4



BY THE WAY...

i
discovered

L AWYERS have
4

another possible problem in
international relations. By the
Chicago Convention of 1944 it
recognised that every State has
complete overeignty over the
airspace above its territory

But the lawyers want to know
what will happen when rocket
atellites are whizzing around and
round the earth several times a
day. How high does sovereignty
extend? And what is a protesting
country to do about it? Moreover,
if a rocket fired at the moon passes
over the territory of a State which
has not given its permission fot

CROSSWORD







Across
1. Pointless. (5)
4 and ¥ Down. Farinaceous blues.
(il) 6. Book One. (7)

take. (6)
ed in Pat's crowa,
vental to a penny.

10. Just a
€ 3

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is decapitated

BS. (4)
6 Across,

? (4)

(3)














s don s >. (5)
I uner, (4)
In Seandi a law court; here
1b is oh ean t . (5
28. Sort of job we all get, (4)
Down
!. Drink Pindar called heavenly. (6)
§. Distribution of nerves, (9)
a. it g. (6)
>». & 4@ piace to peruse in. (¥)

but noton the level. (8)
1G)

miude of mixed beers. (4)
, t ll. Fastening. (7)
18 Uneurs culture is a last

(3)
ts of 8 Down (3)

RAYON SPUNS (all Shade

WRAYON SATINS
@RCREPE.
VOILE

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&

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GASTON DOMINGUEZ
Third Visit

oe his third holiday visit

in Barbados is Mr. Gaston
Dominguez who along with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Raul Dom-
inguez arrived from Venezuela a
few days ago. They are staying at
the Marine Hotel.

Gaston was first here in Decem-
ber 1949 and again in August 1950,
He is one of Venezuela's foremost
swimmers and has been swimniing
sineg,he was five years old. He is
now twenty.

Since his last visit Gaston has
put on quite a lot of weight and
is now sporting a G.I. haircut.

Days

the passengers arriv-

ing from Trinidad yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. were Mr
Frank Nothnagel and Mr. Vincent

Five
MONG

Pereira, Here for about five days,
they are guests at Barbados
Aquatic Club.

“dir. Nothnagel is a Director of
Bottler’s Ltd., both in Trinidad and
Berbados. Mr. Pereira is Secre-
iacy of the Trinidad Branch

At Home

SRS. FERNANDO and Paul
Tudor were “At Home” to
members of the B.G, Queen's Col-
lege team and several Barbadian
youngsters on Monday night.



The party was held at ‘“Lemon-
grove’, Westbury New Road, the
home of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. A, Tudor.

During the evening they
ntertained by a film show

ADVENTURE!

were



Or

By

such an escapade, the crew may
plant its own flag on an inter-
»lanetary island anchored in space,
and thus start a war about 751,368
feet up. And if all space belongs
to one country or another, some-
body is sure to fortify the moon
against landings, on the plea that
the space immediately beneath the
moon is part of his country’s
national space,

The Hidden
Rhinoceros (LV)

said Sztetzonhatty “you
have come al] the way from

"C10.”

__ England to bring us a sausage,”

“Ah”, Driftwood-Dawkins,

an ordinary one, It

said

is the most powerful sausage in
iEurope, containing chemicals
hitherto unknown even to food
experts. Have no fear’—for the
Director and his interpreter had
drawn back in alarm—‘“this is

only a dummy. I have the formula

\by heart.” Gingerly the Director
handled the non-deadly article
Then he pressed a bell, “Send

Professor Munkibiznes,” he said
o an orderly, An aged man with
piercing blue eyes shuffled into
the room. “In your opinion, Pro-

4

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ss : ns a | NEW YORK
MAIC journalist, Mr. A 5 " President Tri:aan, a music
J E I Henr is giving aj @ What kind of women will be fight- } sche , and other Washington
eries of talks on the, B See; ing for seats in Parliament at the | cpera-goers are not going to see
overse programme is sub- ; {ballet beauties sweepin cross
; ! } > ‘ aut sweeping a
ject is Charles Dicken’s “Great| next General Election ? f Here are {the stage in “Die Fledermaus” |
Expectations”. Sa the three latest Tories to join the 19 |(The Bat) to the music of
falking about proadcasting, : : Johann Strauss’s waltz tune,}
M Shelia Stradling, producer of oleyady in the field... | “Roses of the South’. |
the B.B.C, West African pro- a > 7 | This is because Washington |
gramme, says that quite a large by EILEEN ASCROF' | considers itself a city of the
number of listeners in West | South, and southern cities do not
Africa have sent letters to her. HRE® attractive women are hoping jadmit Negroes to theatres for!
They wish to hear Lord Kitchener that rumours of an October Genera} lw hite audiences. }
in the West African programme. Election come true. Britain’s Rudolf Bing, manager |
Beginning last week, Lord All are unmarried. live at home like clothes, of New York’s Metropolitan |
Kitchener was featured in West lead busy professional lives. and will contest ies S ek ’ |
African programme, Northern industrial seats Spots, 1s easing s company of
Meanwhile Lord Kitchener is| |100 to 50 cities to stage “Die)

busy composing a new calypso in
anticipation of the Sugar Ray
Robinson-Dick Turpin fight this
month in America,

250th Birthday

HE Ven. F, J. Streetly, Arch-
deacon of Tobago, and the
Nev. H, D, C. Edmondson, Rector
cf Snowdon, Jamaica, are among
twelve overseas people invited by
the Society for the Propagation of
the Gospel to take a special part
in the Society's 250th birthday
celebrations.

They will travel through Britain
describing the work of the Society
in other countries. Both West
Indians are well fitted for this
duty. Mr, Streetly is an English
priest who has spent all his 25
years ministry in the West Indies,
and Mr. Edmondson, who trained
at St. Peter’s College, Jamaica, is,
in the words of the iseop of |
Jamaica, “young and very promis-
ing.”

The celebrations have provided
an opportunity to show the two-

way flow of the World Church.
Rarlier this year, six English
bishops were commissioned to

greetings overseas,

Two Weeks !

R. and Mrs, Peter McGlade |
came in on B.W.1.A.’s flight
from Trinidad yesterday to spend
two weeks’ holiday in Barbados.
They are staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.
Mr. McGlade is a
B.W.1.A. pilot,

Second Book

R. DENNIS DUPERLEY, who

works at the “Kensington
News,” London, returned from the
Continent last week. Dennis visit-
ed Paris and Venice and met many
Continental journalists, He is now
engaged on writing a second book
of short stories to be published by
Collins.

PIPA

carry

former



P18

Vaz Dias tnt Amsterdam

Cooevriaht

Beachcomber

“would it be possible to construct
a sausage of breakfast size so
poisonous that the mind recoils
from contemplating it?’ Munki-
biznes breathed on his spectacles
and replaced them, more heavily
clouded than before, on his nose.
“Food experts,” he said, “have al-
ready performed marvels, The
difficulty would be to make
people eat such a thing.” Sztetzon-
hatty drew himself up proudly.
“We may safely leave that part
ef the affair,” he said. “to Diet-
Controller’ Boildkabij and __ his
very capable staff.”

Eat what you Wear

HEN I announced that hats
were to be made of cheese-
rind and blotting paper, it must

have been a double misprint, I
have just read that hats have
been made from peanuts and
dried milk in Manchester, This

means that West End hatters will
soon keep herds of cows, and em-!
ploy statisticians to compute the
hat-yield- per cow. Since such
hats can be made palatable by
the addition of a pinch of salt,
hatters ought to do a_ roaring
trade, Eat What You Wear And















fessor,” asked the Director, Make Ends Meet.
: yn tho Sarewror
fete ait UN: QAILVE LEI su
- “oe —~-; a y-
« : i \\ i “A
\ fel : ~ ¢
\ iT) au
ee an : ig
\ st ; “p). , ee
‘ 1 | ; ae » feal
X al] bf . rd
| % ar ‘
| ¥ | \\
rr \S
tc4 I :
g vaits for him very nervously while
et the others look at a safe distance, i
‘ . row af k faces. but Please tell me who you are and {
wes torward the others where | am," pleads Rupert, He
e W le y're listens carefully while the other
thinks. He kes some queer jerky sounds,
endly way and at t although he tries hard. wot a
| t r y ve little darkies word can he understand.









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Fledermaus.”

They are the three iates young Tories to be
@S prospective candidates With 12
others, 1 But the company belongs to the|

and six women members ot



pe ao lige Rr eters : one actors’ union, Equity, which bars!
IRUNE ERVYN PARNICOTY PIKE, war- its members from appearing in
time WAAF with a Reading University any theatve practising racial dise

onours degree
Psychology, is 32.
Her home and job are in the heart of the
Potteries. and she wil) stand for Pontefract
For five years she has been manag
director of'a family potrery business whic
employs 200 men and women
Although she nas many country interests .. '
gardening and visiting horse and agricu!turat
shows ., Miss Pike confesses that she “ loves
dressing up for spectal occasions.” Most ol
her wardrobe. including country tweeds. is in
shades of plue. “because I have blue eyes.”
Socia! weliare is her chief women’s concern
and she has made a study of child guidance
clinics.

THE HEADMISTRESS

MARJORIE STEWART GRANT became head
mistress of Cale Green Infants’ Schoo! when
she was 26

She lives with her parents and, like most
daughters living at home, has to do her shar
of cooking. shopping. cleaning and gardening
The housewile's cost-of-living headaches
not just paper problems to her Pretty,
headed, with grey eyes. Miss Grant descri
herself as “the tailored type.” but she has

in Economics and Socia!
So The Bat is going to wing
past the nation’s capital.
Here's A UChance
AN ANONYMOUS benefactor
offers to pay a way through the
Roman Catholic University of
Notre Dame for any cadets ex-
pelled from West Point Miltary
, Academy The probable number
-90. Each student’s fee at Notre |
Dome— £480 to £5600.
Double Or Quit?
GENERAL EISENHOWER can
never be President, say the su-
perstitious, because he does not
have double letters in his name.
All Presidents have hag such
letters for the last half-century.
Samples: the double R ‘in Harry
Truman, the double O in Roose-
velt and Hoover
On the other hand, a student
has chalked a one before the New

: |
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951
. : | OPENING OPENING
American Column:
\—— a rani Friday 14th Saturday 22nd
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WEDDING NOW SHOWING oun”





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chester Elaine Burton. present House of
Commons Hat Queen may have a rival
Interests ou: and school cover



de her hom
es, lots of reading



loan Blackie WVS acti and theatre



trips.
Unusual secret for so young a
woman is her age

JOAN AILSA BLAOKIE is a 28-

. peacock blues and_ greens;
year-old temporary civil servant{|magenta or coral; green char-
in the Ministry of Supply at Liv-| treuse, “shocking” pink.
erpool When she stands for .

Wigan at the next election she). Paris adds a natural chamois

will be the second youngest Tory leather belt and gloves; London
woman candidate. shows it with crisp white acces-

sories,

Fair, blue-eyed, plumpish, Mids
Blackie lives with her mother and Make-up to complement it
looks after her own garden. Her|Should be warm-toned, achieved
chief interests are home and fam-|â„¢more by a colourful foundation
ily probleme. than by rouge, Lipstick should be

For home and office Miss Blackie |S1!0"g With a blue tone, It need:
likes simple tailor-mades. “Far|definite eye make-up, too. Blue
the easfest style for a career girl,” | Mascara and shadow are striking
she says. Hobbies range from sport | With blue eyes; green for hazel or
to ballet, all kinds of reading,|areen eyes, and for brown eyes
classical music and jazz. there is a becoming new violet.

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED
—LES.

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po Introduced by both London
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to all ages and all colourings. It ROYAL DIVORCE
looks well mixed with black or
worn with black accessories; can
be worn successfully, too with
dark brown,

Good contrasts to put with it



JERUSALEM, Sept, 5,

Diplomatic sources said
Crown Princess of Jordan started
egal proceedings to gain divorce
from her husband Emir Talal, the



newly proclaimed King of Jordan.

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Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. Books to Starring

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Trust

SEPTEMBER 6,

1951

Funds

Administered

WE PUBLISH to-day certain reports dealing with
affairs of the Port-of-Spain City Council which have come

from His Worship the Mayor.

(1) Report dated June 20,

They areas follows:
1951, from Mr. C. W. Hodges,

Director of Audit, to His Worship the Mayor, Councillor

Raymond Hamel-Smith,

on the subject of a dishonoured

A report from Mr. Hodges to the Mayor dated July 3,

1951, from Mr. L. K. Trotman,

Examiner of the Director of Audit’s staff, to the Director

cheque,
(2)
1951, on the subject of Trust Funds
(3) A report dated June 26,
of Audit.
(4) A further report from
July 6, 1951.
The following ig Mr. Hodges’

report to the Mayor on the subject
of Trust Funds :

I have the honour to refer to
your letter of the 25th of June,
1951, on the subject of Trust
Funds and to submit herewith a
copy of the report of my exam-
iner who carried out a joint sur-
vey with an officer of the
Corporation.

2. I recommend that all these
funds should be incorporated, in
the main accounts of the Con-
poration by means of Deposit Ac-
counts. I shall, of course, be glad
to discuss the detailed arrange-
ments with you or your staff if
you so desire.

3. I strongly recommend that
all remittances received should be
taken to account in the Cash
Book on the same day they
are received, and that under no
circumstances should any officer
of the Corporation be allowed to
hold back remittances for any
reason whatsoever. It is empha-
sised that a receipt must be
issued and the amount must be
taken to account in the Cash
Book on the day the remittance
ig received. It may mean that a
number of items will have to be
posted to Suspense Accounts but
it is absolutely essential from a

as

point of view of control that no
unrecorded remittances are held.
Report of
- .
Examiner
Mr. Trotman’s report to Mr.

Hodges is as follows

With reference to the Mayor’s
Letter, attached and dated the
25th June, 1951, I submit the fol-
lowing Report on the subject

mentioned below.

Check of Sundry Cash and
Funds in the custody of the Town
Clerk found in his desk and the
Vault Safe carried out on the 25th
June, 1951.

Town Clerk’s Desk :— Mayor's
Fund—$156.90 .



A Book of Account was found
and scrutinised. The balance as
at the 2list March, 1951, was
$150.68, but the Cash produced
was $88.20 in an envelope plus
the amount standing to the
credit of the Fund according to
the Government. Savings Bank
Pass Book, Account No. 838522,

amounting to $68.70
total of $156.90.
reveals an excess ir

making a
This therefore

Cash of $6.22

The following Statement bears
this out: —
Balance at 1.1.51 $205.68

Receipts to 21.6.51 $ 35.00
$240.68
Payments to 21.6.51 $ 90.00



Balance 3150.68
Cash in hand $88.20
Cash in Bank $68.70 $156.90

Excess Cash $ 6.22

This Fund is financed from
monies donated by individuals and
firms for the privilege of using
certain open spaces and. for the
purpose of undertaking certain
types of Advertisement Campaigns
in the City for which the Council
cannot legally charge a Fee,

The funds are used for any
purpose as the Mayor may direct.

Gavt. Debentures

From this Statement it will be
seen that the Fund has $2,406



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the Director of Audit, dated
worth of Government 4% Deben-
tures under ,the Ord. 41/1931.
These are lodged with Barclay’s
Bank for safe keeping and the
Bank also act as Agent for the
collection of the Interest as it

becomes due
CAPTAIN CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
FUND—8$9,583.00,

1 was informed that this Fund
was created by Public Subscrip-
tions for the purpose of erecting
a Memorial over the grave of the
late Captain Cipriani.

No Cash Book or Record Book
was found and in the circum-
Stances it was impossible to tell
how the Fund functioned,

The Cash position was obtained
from the Barclay’s Bank State-
ment which showed a balance on
deposit at the 3lst December, 1950
of $9,386.25 and from an envelope
in the Vault Safe which contained
cash as follows

Notes ‘ $
Cheque No. 53438





62.00
2.00





No. 582277 $ 92.00
Coins $ 75
TOTAL $196.75

It would seem therefore that the
Fund is worth $9,583.00,

The Acting Town Clerk has been
asked to obtain a Bank Certificate
to substantiate the Bank Balance
of $9,386.25.

Unclaimed Money
$72.13

The sum of $72.13 was found in
envelope with the name of
Franchi written on it. From
inquiries it was learnt that this
amount has been unclaimed for a
considerable length of time
CHEQUES AND POSTAL
DERS—$421.40

(a) No. D/589115 for $30.50
dated 10.5.50—H. Pitts—Rates 45
Syndenham Avenue,

(b) No, 26/AU/83302 for $33.33
dated 11.11.48—Procope & Clarke
—Rates 14 Gonzales Hill,

(ec) No, 26/BJ/69680 for $119.99
dated 13,12.50—Pollonais & Blane
-—Rates 10 Tragarete Road.

(d) No, 216907 for $2.00 dated
10,10.50—J. L. Kelshall—Rates 24
Cornelio Street

(e) No. 26/X/03496 for $120.24
dated 20.10.49—Barclay’s Bank—
Rates 9 George Street,

(ft) No, F/74630 for $82.74 dated
14.6.48—George Attin.s

OR-





(g) Postal Order No, 50337 for
36c. dated 14.4.49—A Johnston—
Rates 111 Charlotte Street

(h) No, 318164 for 28 dated
2.12.50—-M, Milne—Rates 39 & 39A
Industry Lane

From all appearances these

cheques and the Postal Order were
received by the Town Clerk for
the payment of Rates or Charges,
It seems from letters attached to
them and addressed to the Debtors
that the amounts were inadequate
to settle their indebtedness on the
various properties, hence their
retention by the Town Clerk,

Cheques Entered

On my suggestion the cheques

‘e entered in the Register and
sed immediately to the Cashier
* action. I suggested this pro-
cedure as I was a bit dubious as}
to whether the Banks would hon- |
our some of them having regard
to the dates on which they were}
drawn. This point will be kept in
view and any difficulty arising |
therefrom will be reported,



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P.O.S. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS

PROBLEM which Deatville’s wealthy visitors are talking about is

eye? For days he hid it behind dark glasses.





How did Aly Khan get his black

Then the glasses were discarded,

Still with a dark bruise, he went to the Casino, He was photographed with U.S. heiress Doris Duke

and her former husband, Porfirio Rubirosa.

MISCELLANEOUS CASH— $11.97

The following amounts were
found in desk drawer and could
not be linked with any Fund or
Account;—

(a) Cash in Tin—$9.20

(b) Envelope containing a Gen-

eral Purposes Mis. Receipt for
$3.00 and 52 cents in cash, On
the envelope is a note “re com-

plaint v. Webster.”

(c) Loose change amounting to
$1.49 and a 2 cent stamp.

(d) Envelope containing 24
cents with the name La Roche
written on it.

(e) Envelope containing 50
cents.

VAULT SAFE—
MISCELLANEOUS CASH— $19.06
(a) Envelope containing 16 cents
(b) Envelope containing $14.98
(c) Envelope containing $1.26




(d) Envelope containing $2.66
From notes written on the en-
velopes it was ascertained that

these various sums represented
change due to persons who rem
ted certain amounts for payme
of rates which amounts were in
excess of the rates due,

JUICY SWEET DRINKS—$15.60

The sum of $15.60 was found in
an envelope marked “Juicy Sweet
Drinks $15.60.”

CAPTAIN CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
FUND CASH—$196.75

This cash has already
commented on earlier in the
port.

GENERAL

In addition to the foregoing a
Clerk in the Town Clerk’s Office
receives money from the Public
for the purpose of registering
Deeds of Leases and Deeds of
Surrender on behalf of the Coun-
cil’s Solicitors, Messrs. Procope &
Clarke.

These sums do not form part of
the Council’s Cash but are kept
by the clerk who makes payments
and any necessary refunds,

Souvenir Fund

CRICKET SOUVENIR FUND—
$750.04.

It has been ascertained that this
Fund was created by Public Sub-
scriptions for the purpose of wel-
coming the last West Indies
Cricket Team that toured the
United Kingdom and to present to



been
re-

the members of the team suitable
medals,
It was impossible to scan any

entries as no Cash Book or Record
Book was found.

According to Barclay's
Book No. 1143, the sum of $750.04
was standing to the credit of the
Fund at the 23rd of February, 1951.

Bank

















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TION FUND—$257.47



From information obtained thi
Fund created some 12 years age
for defraying the expenses of il-
luminating and decorating the
Public Squares and the Civil
Buildings on a certain Discovery
Day.

This Fund has apparently not
functioned since 1940 and the
amount standing to its credit on
the 17th October, 1940 as per



Barclay’s Bank Pass Rook No, 960%
is $257.47.

No Book of Account was found
PRINCESS MARY NURSING
FUND—$6.77.

From certain records eer |
came to the conclusion that this
Fund was set up some time in 1923
for the granting of Medals ke
Nurses.

A type of cash book was seen
and it was written up to the 3list
December 1949

A Barclay’s Bank Pass Book wa
produced and the balance at the
30th November, 1950, was $6.77.

In the absence of any proper

Cash Book I have compiled the



following Statement fron the
Bank Pass Book:—
Balance at 1.1.50 $446.66
Receipts: —
Intst. on $2,400
Govt. Debentures
Ord. 41/1931 $96.00
Less Comm. $ 50
$95.50
Bank Intst. $ 5.22 $100.72
$547.38
Payments :—
Medal $395.61
$125.00
Secretary $ 20.00 $540.61
Balance $ 6.77
Pass Book Balance $ 6.77
This Statement has been pre
pared for the period 1,1.50—21.3.51

A Further Report

The further report by Mr
Hodges, dated July 6, was as fol-
lows:

I have now made further en-
quiries into this affair. The ac-
eounting system at the Town Hall
is not very satisfactory in some
respects and does not give a full
history of such cheques
received, but I am rez
isfied that the actus
events was as follows:






onably sat-
sequence of









i) On the 31st of May. 1950 an
amount of $762.20 was paid to the
City Council Relieving Cashier for
House Rate due on twenty-six
properties for which Ward |
agent teceipts Nos, 43951-43976 |



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Apparently the sum of $782.20 in-
cluded a cheque for $419.20 and
$363.00 in cash

(ii) The cheque for $419.20 was
never presented to the Bank. It
was held as part of the cash bal-
ance until the 2nd of August, 1950
when it disappeared from the cash.

(iii) The cash balance on the
evening of the 2nd of August 1950
inchided a cheque for $372.40
which also was never presented to
the Bank. It was held as part of
thé cash balance until the 9th of
August, 1950 when it disappeared
from the cash,

(iv) The cash balance on the
evening of the 9th of August, 1950
included a cheque for $250.60
This was held as part of the cash
balance until the 30th of Decem-

ber, !950 when it was presented to
the Bank, The Bank informed the
Town Clerk on the 2nd of Janu-
ary, 1951 that this cheque could
not be met and it was retrieved
from the Bank. No entries were
made im the Cash Book, but the
Bank was given the equivalent
sum in eash on the 8th of January,
1951, and on the evening of that
day the cheque reappeared in the
ish balance. It was held as part
of the cash balance until the 6th of
April, 1951 when it disappeared
from the cash without being pre-

sented again to the Bank, It can
be verified that this cheque was
drawn by Ward.

(v) The cash balance on the
evening of the 6th of April, 1951
included a cheque for $233.80
This was held as part of the cash
balance until it was found there
by the audit survey on the 14th
cf June, 1951 As jalready re-
ported this cheque was presented
io the Bank and returned but wa

entually redeemed by a firm of



licitors. There is some doubt
ibout the client on whose behalf
he solicitors were acting The
heque was drawn by Ward
Dates Important
2. The dates are of significance
{ () The 31st of May is the last
day on which house rates may be
{paid without surcharge. No sur-
harge was levied on the rates

which were covered by the cheque
| for 9449 20, although it is evident

|



that officers of the Council wer
well aware that the cheque could
nol be met since it was newer pre
ented to the Bank. The Council

wi therefor deprived of

charge by this strategem

ii) The 30th of December,
19 was the last working day of
thet year and it had been sug-
g-sted that a survey should be

1cid on the cash on the first work-



i day of 1951 The cheque
f $250.60 appears to have been
s to the Bank on the 30th of
Doocember so that it would not be
included in the cash when the
survey was held There was n¢
tine for the Bank to return the
eneque before the anticipated
time of the survey.

} There is nothing in the
books which can conclusively
preve that the cheques for
$119.20 and $372.40 were drawn
by Ward. There is no register of
cheques received over the coun-
ter, and the only documentary
evidence that these cheques ever

sted is the Cashier’s daily



siatement of cash in hand which
records the amounts of cheques
Meld, but gives no details of them.
There should however be plenty



of oral evidence that they were
Ward cheques

4. It will be seen that for a
continuous period of over a year

~with the exception of the period
the 30th December, 1950
to the 8th of January 195l1—one
cr other of these cheques wa
included in the cash balance
These cheques were valueless
and were merely treated as
7.0.U The cashier’s daily state-
ment of cash in hand, on which
h cheques were listed, was
tigned every day by the Cashier

1 the Accountant and was ini-

riled every day by the Town
Clerk It must be assumed that
ihese three officers all knew of
the existence of the cheques.

Cash Survey

5. The ordinary books of ac-
count did not record the dealings
in these cheques at all, and they
could only have been discovered
by the Audit examiners at a cash
survey. Such surveys are nor-
mally held twice a year and the
first survey in 1950 was held on
the 2nd of May. Unfortunately
the second survey in 1950 was
never held. This |was because
there were heavy arrears of work
to make up and a special investi-
gation was made into the store
accounts in that half year, It wag
known that all the senior officers
ehecked the cash and it seemed
that there was little risk in omit

from



DUNLO

CAR TYRES ~~

ting the survey. In March 1951
the officer who was in charge of
the Port-of-Spain Corporation
Audit had to be moved to other
work and his successor did not
take over until May. ‘This caused |
a delay in making the survey in|
1951. It is regretted that the

cbsence of surveys enabled these
srregularities to continue longer
than they could otherwise have
done, but it must be emphasised
that the possibility of three sen-
jor officers of the Corporation
acquiescing in such irregularities

had not beet considered

6. There is a separate matter
involving the Town Clerk which
must now be reported. As soon

the Mayor obtained the per-
onal letter written by Mr. Far-
rell to Mr. Lassalle he asked me
to investigate the various special
unds referred to in that letter
I was not previously aware of
the existence of those funds as
they were not recorded anywhere
n the accounts of the Corpora. |
tion They had therefore never
previously been checked. A copy

of the report of my examiner on
these accounts is attached, and I
also attach a copy of a memor-
indum which I wrote to the

Mayor on the question, The poai-
tion revealed by the report is very
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951



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Under the glittering chandeli« sometimes a couple of women a, LONDON, August 30, e
GOODWILL VEEISSTION | oa Piptoude WME pared onset" Me, een See vee Recre-| : .
ing like an illuminated weddin the tables has not yet reached the|t@ry of State for the Colonies after, the) ADVOCATE STATIONERY
THE people of the British West Indies = ger bs oan peor P are eee ~ et ie oe, General Election last year, it was assumed
and especially of Barbados will welcome | goir i i day 5 big on tot es has seen{i some quarters that he was keeping the | Sooo5cencesoenosoaSeccon colon onan noeneeeeenNt
the visit of Mr. Bernard Braine, M.P. on Pht iies a ke dicey ts BU none ie place warm for Mr. Creech Jones, who had|
his one-man goodwill mission Gambk have been winnin These nope eaters bee x lost his seat. But bye-election has followed
2 3 : £50,000 £60,000 a night, and strange life. ; bye-election without Mr. Creech Jones re- ( H A I N S
In recent years (¢ olonial affairs have Be wn sunt a Sinem mats Play begins at the Casino at 3}turning to Westminster, and if Mr. Creech |§
tary discussions because of the growing . Papas r. More than £400,000 breuxfast about 2 p-m., in time to}ment’s ranks, it is unlikely he would displace | y For Every Purpose m= mm
importance of the colonies to Great Britain en Ee nid -ahik ah Sic take their places. Mr. Griffiths. rc

;. ey . ;
and what they mean in world affairs, If | M. Heliopoulcs, of the bacy jaoemally play until 7

; a GRE S p.m., and go to their hotels for a “ee 1% GALVANISED 1%"; 3/16"; 14” 1%”
for no other reason that the standard of rapes eet’ a uk Dubos ie uight lucy at 7.30 p.m. Mr. Griffiths, an excellent House of Com-|§ IRON %”
é 3, & Z NV i ’ i

life in imperial countries can only. be less
maintained when the colonial units pro-
vide markets for their exports, the colo-"| ee po,
nies are important. But within recent years businessman, heads the season's
it has been shown that the contributions | Pevy 0! ptian gamblers who
f ‘ have astonished the franc-starved
of men and material which the colonies 3ritish. One night he won £92,000
can make in times of war, and their strate-

s than two hours

Always Grave
Handsom blue-eyed

{hey ves. til dinner at from|mons man, makes the most of his briefs. He| y

10 p.m, to 11.80 p.m, i » Ved ; ‘ 7 j 5
‘ ure playing again before}SPeaks with feeling about colonial problems |}

often continue tofand is recognised as sincere, even by colonial)

hesheret Gadltemins a kept the ! people who oppose Colonial Office policies.
following afternoon, , sey » 5
At the tables through the night} The strength of his position as Colonial| %

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| greater voice in the administration of their of King Farouk, who keeps a stud eal inating has been cut bY Nico Zographos, He is the founde: whole they have been favourably received|
| internal affairs and it has been agreed that | ef 60 horse Deauville, told One-third. Some of them will 4° the Greek syndicate which has





rp ; £109,000. Flunkeys dressed in green ana}be achieved earlier this year in regard to)
gic positions, especially in the Western At roulette one afternoon this PUL MAMARANEE OF PARODA old. Hoary Wick matches to okt Leritical problesis: ii dace say|%
Hemisphere, are considerations which add week he pu separate bets on holder, casually lose £5,000 in an the cigars. ‘ Before each player aiid ne eee i. pe to mer cl 5 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
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Beyond these general considerations, the
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£1250 t olden ball ran
and No, 32 came up. He won
£12,000





most venturesome of the Indian
potentates and their wives,
Many are here, but they are no

long plaques—red 442 by 314
inches each worth £1,000—
rise and fall,

East Africa’s difficulties, but it did provide
the badly needed breathing space. Mr.



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Wiiasein Pasha’s $ace is sat w longer star gamblers. aa aes ao stacks of £500] Griffiths contributed to his East African
> affs r Greg ritai } st shetaanedpaine iovoeinnings The maharajahs of Gwalior, *"° Fheva-' geehade me ; :¢} achievement chiefly by his visit to the terri-
in the affairs of Great Britain, With most | whether losing or winning. |. Nabha, and Morvi have chanced . Jf they lose the gamblers write moons 2 oe ’Phones ; 4472 & 4687 BECKWITH STORES
of the other parts of the Empire already gyi ald tae a out chits which ihe cashiers debit

elamouring for independence, these col
onies constitute one of the last sections
which give her the status of Empire.

The West Indies have reached a stage
of development where they now claim a

federation is the only means of giving ade-

quate expression to the ideal.

. The economic condition of these colonies
too, has attracted the attention of peoples



cheaper tables the baccarat s
is like a meeting of silent images.

But Mahommed Sultan Pasha,
cotton magnate, is another Egyp-



tian who has virtually a reserved ‘

seat at baccai He gambles every
day at the race nd goes direct to
the Casino

me
“Some of countrymen are
not used to gambling but are

so used to having a lot of money
that they play as though the
plaques were just pieces of bone
and not thousands of pounds.”



only a few
them.

M, Victor Rosenthal, a pearl
expert here with other rich
wellers from Paris, told me:—

“The Indian princes are feel-
ing the cost of living, The
Maharajah of Kashmir, for ex-

thousand between





want to sell their jewels soon.’
But there are plenty of other
millionaires from France. Turkey,
Italy, and South America to fill
the £1,000 seats.

Since the war, however, few
rich men have come to gamble

tories there. His strength of personality was

to their accounts in exchange fo :
; . xchange f01] then shown at its best.

fresh plaques,

When they win, and the piic
begins to reach nearly to their
eyes, an official will take the
counters away to be banked.

Perhaps the man who unde:-
stands the great gamblers better

Now Mr. Griffiths is in Central Africa. Can
he “sell” Central African Federation? The
proposals announced earlier this summer

in quarters whose approved means much to
a Minister’s prestige in Britain. They have
been far less favourably received in Africa
by Africans,

operated here and in the South
ot France for 30 years,
‘It is a Vice’
As we watched the midnighi
fashion show transported from
Paris for the amusement of Casiro

While it is being emphasised that H.M.G.

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THE RAIN IS FALLING
THE GRASS IS GROWING
| THE ANSWER—

“A RANSOME MOWER”

: : . b Soa rine ‘a is Twwocd from the ‘Ss One guests, M. Zographos—for 20 years ] : : ‘ ” i otor $280.24

the world over interested in the adminis sees ne oe we ly roe aaron oY thaeet hae acces a professional gambler—said:— |iS keeping an open mind at this stage, Mr. PA. agape MOWER (with meet). ‘ a
f 3 ‘ A . y Yr, s week-er oined a v a) ¥ é se~ “The oe 7 ca Serr i * . “—

tration of colonial affairs. And it may be the lag gamblers winning £25,000 Ment” at baccarat said: “They do The best gamblers do not rely} Griffiths will have scored a signal triumph 250.00

that the intense interest of foreign powers
in the administration by Great Britain of
the West Indies has served to accelerate

at his first sitting

Spanish Marquis de Soto Her-
moso, a millionaire ng in Paris,
has couped from the baccarat bank



not understand the Continental
card game any more,”

Wealthy Britons have been
tanding five-deep round the

on luck or a freak system. Fo: : it j
them everything is oa eriatian? if he can persuade African leaders that it is
and can be caiculated accordirs

in their interest, in face of any prospective
to the laws of chance,

18” GAZELLE (with motor)...







14” TIGER PUSH








“I stopped playing because 1 advance of Malanism, to accept the propos-
realised in time that gambling is | als as a basis for federation, He will be very |
a vice. Some men you see at! firmly entrenched in the Colonial Office — so |

the tables here tonight are lik ee |
men taking drugs. Life regres long as the Labour Party is in office.

close on £100,000 in three days. great green table, Jonging to play.
M. Nicolas Nicolaou, who BUt as most of the dozen or so
regularly breakfasts in the room ®@™blers regularly seated there
at 2 p.m., is a Greek who came rarely bet less than £1,000 a hand
direct from playing at Monto —olten their stake is £5,000—the
Garlo. Britons with their £100 a year bearable for them when they ar.
He is expected to go south again mrayel 4 RPE WING mers playing. 4
to play during the winter _ at spectators, S : “I spend my nights watchinz
Cannes. , i M, Francoise Andre, 74-year-old the game but during the day 1
No Longer S ; King of Deauville, the chief of swim and stay out in the open as
vonger Stars the Casino, thinks this is a pity. long as I can.
I saw the beautiful Maharanee Before the war Englishmen ranked “That is the true way to enjoy
of Baroda in a scarlet sari smok- among the heaviest gamblers on Deauville.”
ing a cheroot from an amber the Continent,

the tempo of any economic and political

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progress which has been made.

| It will be seen therefore that Mr, Braine
| has come to an important section of the
Colonial Empire at a time when our affairs
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” The ravages of the hurricane which re-
cently swept through Jamaica have become
more visual and realistic to the people of
Britain. Pictures showing the extent of the
devastation have appeared in the front pages
of many newspapers. Cinema-goers have
watched with sympathetic interest a news-
reel featuring Jamaica after the hurricane.

are of world wide interest and at a stage of
our development which makes us the
guinea pig of political experiment.

The problems of the West Indies have
been discussed time and again at Westmin-
ster and the ignorance of the background
of those problems and the unawareness of
our ideals and ambitions shown by Mem-

—L.E.S.

Two British Relief Ships Sail For
es. Ss amaioa





JUST RECEIVED

The first two ships carrying coming in from the man-in-the- edy, it seems to me that Jamaicans are IN
bers of Parliament makes the visit of Mr. caine supplies from ae to ei es cor street and British Overseas Air-|accepting the challenge with dignity and
Brain > all the more interesting and valu- vamaica are due to arrive within ~ Oy v con ribu ion dy Liders ways has promised to carry food m ——" in . yy ai * .
able ” B : a few days of each other and Fyffes, similar sums have and clothing free to the hurricane tremendous courage. They are displaying

As a long-distance spectator of the trag-
medicine, feod and clothing az

Within recent months the shipping
difficulties of the West Indies Kave been
raised in parliament and by the West India
Committee. The appreciation of the real
difficulty which West‘ Indians _ suffered
when they were unable to travel freely
between the islands or to and from the area
was not shown on the face of the discus-
sions. And when people in England can
insite visitors to go to Jamaica and take

about one month after the terri- come from Tate and Lyle, the victims. that same spirit which reflected itself in the

ble hurricane devastated the West Indies Sugar Co. and from The Gold Coast Legislative As-| war-time trials of the British nation, the
fsland. There hag been an out- Lord Beaverbrook, who cabled his sembly has voted £2,500 to the

burst of criticism in Britain that donation direct to Sir Hugh Foot, fund. It passed a resolution 01 spirit which has helped the British people

measures for the rt lief of the Governor. A £1,000 cheque has behalf of the people of the Goldi|to overcome one crisis after another.
island are too slow and too little, come from Caroni, Ltd. and two Coast “conveying to the people

Contributions to the Jamaica of London's leading nev-spapers, of Jamaica an expression of pro-

qa ; Of Jamaica, more than of most Colonial e
Hurricane Relief Fund have been the Daily Mail and the Daily found sympathy on the loss of } 7 ; :

pouring into the West India Express have announced that they life, distress and damage caused territories, it seems true to say that “it never







emcee in i idon = ‘nd are giving £1,060 each. Booker jn the island.” rains; but it pours”, They have suffered one}
yanks all over in, Led by Bros. have collected £2,100 and Separate appeals ar i ade . ° : thao
the Government’s £250,000 dona- another £1,000 has come by other Ry Gunes nodias on thing after another of late year es: political

tion and an undisclosed amount from the Royal Mail Line. as the Red Cross, the Salvatioa;squabbles, rising cost of living, mass unem-
‘rom the King, gifts range from ‘Two voluntary workers at the






train to Barbados or ask Barbadian jour- Meien. snd solusadiees We da. Oh West india Scene have been peal ty DR Sanh Dale, Bishop of Pe Sap CHR EO AS YS ee

nalists 10 cover daily events in damaica | {h'stamps from sn old-age pune am'.nauniné but entering chetues Yamal, for funds for rebuilding Tieane, LOUN 7

they show a lamentable ignorance not | “Her vy oyold Allan, Jamaiean — Gifts" 5 _ than £2,000. The Bishop has| Despite all the disappointments and frus- F QO 7 CIN GS
merely of detail but of fundamentals, Minister of | Finance, himself ,,“'fts have come in kind; too. flown home to Jamaica with the]trations, Jamaicans, it is good to note, have

One firm has se t ails » The
helped to ‘load’ the steamet oe we s " sent a ton of nails, money. The London branch of
) ane US.

Avindant vokiny delayed her ball. A London manu- the Caribbean Labour Congress is not lost their love for their favourite sport—
ing for 48 hours to wait for relief seh aa Reside: a prefabri- appenne ele waet ee cricket. Along with news of the hurricane,
supolies..4 reach Avonmouth, C#!ed steel building for emergency mestic goods and money, which], uc o pL SL a
Ww ee Se ee 7 anomad naeae housing and has undertaken to will be distributed by the Jamaica] ®WS Comes of the discovery of an outstand

It is this condition of things which visits
of Members of Parliament can-do much to
correct and which will be to tne benefit ci
the West Indies.



in Black, White and Colours



owners, Messrs. Elders and Fyffes, “liver it to Kingston. Parcels of T.U.C—B.U.P. ing spin bowler — another Ramadhin, they e
7 . 7 : ee Py gav 1,000 tons of cargo space Say.
Mr, Eraine during his brief stay wil tboard the vessel and have also



U.K. Seouts For W.L. Jamboree

contributed £5,000 to the fund

find evidence of a great desire for econo- cc d
The Ariguani normally takes 14

mic and political progress. He will realise

What has impressed me deeply about the| YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.

|

days on the voyage to Jamaica, LONDON. August 12th. The Rover Com-|hurricane disaster is the feeling of brother-|
the ans.cty of a people almost wholty but it is hoped to cut this time by British Scouts have received— mittee wants to invite 15¢/hood which has expressed itself in gifts of @
: . 12 hours. She is due to arrive and will 0 acce ati in- overseas : ; rae ‘
dependent upon agriculture for som¢ oe } ees re vill no doubt accept—an in- overseas Rovers, including West

; : |
on September 9-or 10. vitation to send representatives Indians. all kinds from various parts of the world.)

A Warship ve oe first een erg dammcnee, nee Ireland is holding anjIt makes one appreciate that the majority of|
—- ars eliatg which is to be held in Kingston ster Patro] Jamboree between ‘ ; i
A British warship, the mine- from March 5th to March 17th July 23rd and August 11th. It is people are peace-loving and kind-hearted.

layer Apollo, which has a speed next year, proposed to send invitations to 20] The trouble is that most of us are so inarticu-|

of 40 knots and is one of the i . ies aski c ‘ R .
fastest ships afloat, is leaving _ Other’ countries invited include Bar tatcon bey ee . late; only in moments of difficulties do we
Portsmouth on September 4 for Canada, the United States, Mexi- coend a week in the homes o |really become united,

Jamaica with 1,500 tents and co, Venezuela, the Republics of Ulster Scouts and 10 days in f

other stores. She will call at Ber- Central and South America, Cuba,

means of industrialisation in order to rais*
the standard of living; and the ambitions
of many to throw off the mantle of polit:
cal tutelage and assume that of independ
ence. Coming as he does from the hub 9!
a still mighty Empire built up over many

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centuries, he will be sympathetic with the muda for refuelling and is due in Haiti and all the British West Samp. There has been some criticism of Britain's
ambitions of a people struggling for pro- | Jamaica on September 13, Indian Islands. And the Weish are planning to}ift of £250,000 to the Jamaica Hurricane
: . = oe ° “The tents, which are of the a 4 ah ae invite patrols of six to cight li é i
gress and orderly development. tropical ‘V' ‘type (160-Ib., with The West Indies invitation to “scouts from 20 different coun- Re ef Fund. ae Alex Bustamante has des
| flouble flap) have been” made British Scouts vill probably be re fries to their watrol Jamboree j°ribed it as “ridiculous”, and critical com- |
When he will have seen a few things be ailable by the War Office to the turned several-fold, according feen July 2 mus fe : ] sa .
q = c h > y l t y s} y i { y il } ay | G yernment ol Jamaica at the to plans being made in the Lit Me JET va thon, coe Sey nae appeared ” Britain iteait. ape
“ide what he will be shown and will have | vrcent request of the Colonial United Kingdom now for region- ¢9 14 days in camp and at leas. {SUM of £250,000, it should be made ciear, is
garnered first hand information during his | Office,” said a Colonial Office al jamborees in 1952. a week in Welsh homes. Britain's first contribution; an immediate |
shy stav » will fin hat on his return }| SPokesman in London, | “Each of The Ist Scottish Rover Intern- Essex County is also plannity | pal; ‘ha fe = ,
short stay, he will fi d - e ka a the tents is capable of accommo- ational Wee Moot will be held an Imternatjonal Jamboree fo relief che ae _The demands on the U.K.
to London he can be of great service in th j dating a°maximum of Ee peor at Auchengillan, Glasgow, from 1952, so there are plenty o/|Treasury will inevitably be much larger. We
aise of an aspiring section of the Empire | Vonations for the relief of dis- July 23rd to July 31st, with chances coming for West Indias |p - ‘ ait |
; ar a P ne = | tress in Jamaica ve passed the hospitality in the homes of Scot. Scouts to visitas United King mee therefore wait and see what the full)
and Commonwealth. £100,000 mark. Apart fyom the tish Rover Scouts till about dom in 1952. extent of Britain’s aid will amount to. rn .
| Youll be delighted
———— } =
with
x N ¥ Anchor Butter............ ribs.
Our Readers Say Goamee rae. ith gu kde de Se
Anchor Whoie Milk per 2)-tb tin 2.24
A Correction It turned the minds of the men The men refuse to work at $2.50 Ani i Meanwhile the Barbados Anchor Whole Milk..per 1-Ib tin | .96
At FR ee es aL ant aee: aan Mera te Te Animal Welfare . Meanw he Barbados 626 DIE DURING wh i
We ho Rdttor,. Phe -Adpocate-s who had to get over that tough per ton and are willing to work S.P.C.A. is pressing on with a cam- | Cheddar Cheeze..... per 5-Ib tin 3 20
SIR,—May I make one brief recruiting. They are 30 of us for 80c, per hour, but the emplgy- paign for education in Animal U.S. HOLIDAY, Cooking Cheese ....... er tb .63

. To The Editor, The Adv Diiie
‘ “re ag ot ne. ¢ yan. Ss ’ ne that ¢ ; Me e Advocate—
correction to your account, pub- here living at Jone Camp Ra ers do not want to pay that so we ’

jJished in last Sunday’s issue, of dolph, ji orking MH a ae hiand SIR—Your Oo $ The United States established
the remarks made at the presenta- C@2ning Corpn., Friesland Wiscon- ‘ , rik ada ' pe eye tie f ur great need is for a fully new all-time record for accidental! Saieis\ atte my
tion to. the Barbados "ioe sin, U.S.A It was a tough job ‘ It is very hard that men in the “Visitor” has drawn attention to trained Inspectcr with a wide deaths during Labour Day Hoi-| ae to ae
Institute of the Austin A—40 Picking peas from early morning ee vd S ates are w orking for the one aspect of the all too numerous’ Knowledge of his duties, Al« day as a United Press tabulation | N st . » Biscuits.
sectionalised engine? . until very late at night mz farmers, the United States Govern- though we have appealed to the showed 626 Americans died} Teg ee

Welfare particularly in the schools. NEW YORK, Sept. 4.

BISCUITS

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Correspondent















Mr. C. G. Crawford said he be- 2&4 17 hours per day meet and the Barbados Govern- oa of cruslty to “ms me nai S.P.C.A. for an experienced man violently since the evening ocf| owe House Coffee
ileved that). the importance. of | nd cur pay checks were . a Bae hehe A sack cur in Barbados. All cases where jhey are unable to help us. The Friday. This is an average of one| MEA Ts
technical education was not fully small. M gross J earning was ne - " “e oe OE ri ete cautions have been given and for smaller islands such as Grenada death every seven and a half NEW ZEALAND LAMB
TeitieeA 14h. tha’ comimuinit He i a " on r dedut _ swe shal? lak thera sc men by the Convictions obtained are followed oe off even than we are for ae since the start of the | AUSTRALIAN RABBITS
added that he hoped its import- Bane Oe aie: et ie eons hatte names up by sur Inspectors, but natural - i ave no organisation of any ba a nd. nae Br OX BRAINS
ance would be stressed by Head- ee en ee 09.00 ly this in itself is insufficient as a *!"â„¢* cane total inchaaed eS desta in | SMOKED KIPPERS
masters. Head Teachers and other “ aay ie $15 00 Coleridge Goddard Clifton means of preventing the beating of aa panne : om traffic accidents, 102 drowings, 19} FRESH VEGETABLES
responsible persons on such public “” Eli Joseph Douglir Oscar an animal in its stall when no _,May I appeal to “Visitor” to dead in plane crashes and 102 in "g”
occasions as speech days ete We never knew that the t Deane, r Harris, Kenneth witnesses are present. We are in- P ead the ne ; Sverseas niscellanéous mishaps ' SPEC ALS
BRUCE HAMILTON rtation wa 8.00 ii Kenneth Davis, F. ter ’ remarks re pineal 6 the RSPCA. when Ned 3. Learuorn,, Presidens ot Crushed Pineapple. per tin § .24
Principal educted fror ir W ( t Carmichael, A, Dash confiscation and sale of an offend- "© Teturns t gland — National Safety Council said| Cook's Paste... . ...%..per tin 2.06
Barbados Evening Institute, peas crop over, the ¢ 1. Grimes, R. Davis, C. Davis, E. er’s cart and animal. Is this a . the toll might go as high as 500 Idris Kola Tonic _per bottle 1.00 ~
5.9.51. the Employers ¢ Fastman, E. Green, C. Eleock, D. routine in England and is it cov- Yours faithfully tratfic deaths by the time late re-
‘ il 4 | vctth cethe 4 . : ae . abe Tan eee ; : 7 ports are tabulated. The Council order earl from
oe o - Brathwaite, Grant, S. Daniel, ered by legislation It is certain CECILE WALCOTT Satta 39 evi fave . g
Bdian Workers In U.S.A. The er é } el, C. Holder, H. ©. East- bigh time that the Cruelty ‘t Stace 390 eee would dic “
ra i wat r) Ee I t S. Bow PG Ae uls Act was brought up t H Secre p ; ; rt Baie a> yv record W GODD ARDS
‘0 le ditor, 1e Ad 1 } ¢ P } ( ring tor uM te a eek nformatior . ah : I wour ly reco Wa G a
SIR.—The 1951 Emigratio: ut but. th : { efcit. tedia. Te bean es Maka Wane aitna ion Bid P.C.A. 383 traffic deaths in 1949. Last! { ho. ae we
the United States was very that t rice Ww not | ey =”. developments meh year’s highway toll was 360 rt

September 4th, 1951











THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

———

Lechnical Education Very Important —

Sho u ld Be Ta u ghi “AVA AND F WILL MARRY" Bernard Braine
, , Comes To “Listen” .
At Combermere :





$$.












Every sweet 1s
more delicious with

ly Bernard Braine wl

Comin ee of the Conservati :
5 * il att nace the WwUeai
—Commerce Chamber Say Genetal Meeting of the Cha



‘ Commerce vesterday na
The Chamber of Commerce would like Government to take Barer “ re 1g = me CUSTAR D
Sit to € irea te

immediate action to provide a wing at Combermere School
or the teaching of Technical Education and Vocational



nswered several questions j;
him affecting the relation
|

between the West Indic









ly General Meeting yesterday they passed United Kingdom, and Canatt
: . Mr. Braine was introd
otion : the meeting by the Pre er
ihe ; Chamber of Commerce is of the opinion that D. G. Leacock who said how
Technical Education and Vocational Training are of great pe Poe Si were to
opportunity t make
import e lot economic life of this Island and desire to nantes ae ame
] ee : > NI @ contact With any membe;
draw Government's attention to Resclution No. 15 adopted Parliament whatever his partic
it t Seventh Congress of the Incorporated Chambers of lar Party was. He had und

tood from Mr. Braine

Commerce of the British Caribbean held in Barbados in '
would rather answer quesuor

June 1944, and also to Resolution No. 17 adopted at the members than make at yar



E Congress of the same body held in Grenada in Octo- war edaress on any sul

ber 1948 Mr, Leacock) would we
Thev therefore suest that Government take adiate like him to explain what
1 n ot request a 2oOvernment take Immediate involved in being >



action to equip a wing at Combermere School for the teach-
ing ot Technical Education and Voeational Training in order

the West Indies Committee of
Conservative Party




















; : 7 : ly wa » ress
that Barbados might not lag behind other colonies which th : k Pe the Ct rit as \
1 ot har »t amber for alk |
are making rapid progress in this field ing him to attend the meeti led
This resolution was presented b3 Seventh Congress of the Asso- . for the we Icome he had “be “ — ee ee ’ be
Mr. S. P. H. Withnall and wa ciated West Indian Chambers of SO eens Frank Sinatra wears a broad smile as he sits beside actress Ava Gardner. He was tell given I have come to the We i cise ++ ipeardiatae ges . | :
unanimously decided to forward it Commerce in Barbados, June ae rer eit 2 think you can safeiy say we will be married as soon as I obtain a divorce.” They were Indies not to do any talking at ; certain your custard is Bird's =
to Government. 1944. ; wan in Reno's Riverside Casino Restaurant, where tle singer is appearing while establishing Jevada but to listen to you,” he said as long as you or your mother
re ne rior 7" a rore 1 ag . c 4 st ; E on x
Mr. Withnali said: I do BE IT RESOLVED that the at- said Gate oi ang 8 renee action against Nancy Sinatra, whom he married in 1939. They are have come to find out as far as it | . can remember the name Bird’s
propose, gentlemen, to deal it} tention of the Governments of a y the marriage XPRESS. possible in the short space of tir has been an assurance of unvarying
coer eveaert in detail today as it these Colonies be drawn to the x " disposal, something of tl quality.
would take well over an hour to Pascliition wind Ee Barbed ~ Te pre 1 Which confront the
nou 5 passed a sarbado @ t the « . he k for Custard, it’s wi
Jo. tor iT. ave-dnunind: -vathersdo. Gn -1944and to ask that imme- Yo t ~ e itne CX \ If { ( iY] on I therefore appear bef: So when you ask for Custard, it’s wise
touch on the subject in a broad diate action be taken.” un Ss ers SS L ccoun ede Ree humble; I know’ ver wenn mT
manner pointing out what steps M. t D t | B tle of your problems, I hav:
aa » nie. ; ; oe rf only wt of vague +
ee ae Shs Cai + i wie” Sieve) Vocational L e eat 1 y e e ag ° e But your dustin oe Pre
s aribbean in con- . viggrd
“fg ‘ 14 ee lent, is what exactl ,
Sabepies. ot tg aston in con oa eo igh Winds In Domintea jee is
io: , * = c ; ag y n Y x
have donc wt, Aer newecise oC NAMNBERG isadventure , ince Commies of wre Comet BUDGE
do, and to convince you I hope The outcome of all this is that , tc Ain SceTARE Ae ;
1 : } all (his ! Fre can belong to t or ih
on the desirability of passing the in British Guiana, Trinidad, .EATH BY misadventure wa By Dora bbe rson ea kr an : pa t pir .
resolution of which notice has Jamaica and British Honduras Ske Waedicn caked 3 ms ‘ i eal of ot

been given on the



ae : aie : i walk ; —_ a s vork 1s done outside the debatins | .
idi large sums nave — eee i nine-man Jury° when the inquiry MISS DORA IBBERSON, Social Welfare Adviser to char r. The problems of Gov- } ON
ne re S10) \ 4 ecessa y > . .

the provision © le 6 Y into the deaths of 16-year-old the Comptroller of Development and Welfare, told the ¢™mment have become so compl

’ .
; ent for technical education 1°
Technical equipmnen technical education Foi Blackett and 14-year-old Adveeate of her experience ot toottiont eee

and vocational training. J under- 7} NG y : uring the heavy winds on Sun- of specialisation.” : r _ Y ¥ 4
7 . stand that not only has ja centre Edwin Howell of Four Hill, St lay in Dominicz edie rk N N is
Education Reka teeta , Peter, was concluded at the Dis- . Tee Empire Party Mad A ‘

been established and functioning























firs . She was o . fe: -wisite she . ba
The f . in Port-of-Spain for some time trict “C” Police Station yesterday. itete vf _ 1 i . ae of her routine visits to the island Mr. Braine said that ihe was
aa 8 subject of Technical now, but the Trinidad Goyern- Phe Coroner wan. Mr. A. W advising on handicrafts and was making the journey back Sec retary at what was a small
ti ree eee Reais , ply voca= ment is now about to build Harper, by the Lady Nelson with Sir Robert Arundell, Governot vit Sead ‘on we Any erties
ional training were first siven another College in San Fernando Keith Blackett and Edwin of the W rar le 3 al / Went ee 10 OR OF KONG a. Bee b
serious considerat n B : indward Islands and Lady Arundell interest in West India fair
; 1943 itp Orc. G eon While these sister colonies have Howell were drowned when they She said that a warning w ‘aa watchir losely dev lopi iy
in 1943 when Mr, C, G. Crawford ahes seal . arin OAieeS a tiniee a s¢ me . , . ae war 1g close developmen .
gone ahead and equipped them- went bathing at the Crane Beach )eceived from St. Lucia at Govern 4
Tec Pe oe al ‘ek Bk : 5 a . < ‘ ot, Lucia ¢ - he area, and watching even , »
cone as aoe of Central seives for aining the youth, about ! p.m. on Thursday, August ment House at about 9 o'clock on 7 cle ely the ac tions of His Mase J. Donald BBudl ge
ounary sld., repar 1 i memo- 2 ) > » eee 2 . . . . a
Pale ce ah P °F ay a nemo- Barbados |} is done little or 30 Sunday morning. When the Gov- Shine Recovers ty’s Government in relation t
S. A H patheene the then Ed aes DOH, waa Raa to what Post mortem evidence was given ernor’s car left the house to go the West. Indies An outstanding champion and a
s \ é ! 1 1e Educa- scuss ay g phe - CC tens . ‘ 1m : » ¢ ;
tional Adviser to the Comptroller it vee - ‘ee : barony a the way OTe ee Hutson down to the boat, the electric Stolen Bag che “Commistee Had: come’ into ben] .sportedien, tales £8, Se Been
fos Development aay er ; las ref ee arcuate oe Cyril Goddard who recovered Power wires were down and Pr existence to keep the closest eye how he became one of the world’s
> =v elop! ib ane elfare 11 of spurring le. “Grove "1 the bodies told the Court thut Obstructed the car, but fort » , tot n the inferes . a6 , eatest tennis players In his
the West Indies. From then on this island into some practical wyije my Detaprr he! hut inn + ,Â¥ unately, A Venezuelan visitor was = he interest of the West Indies . rey pray
. hn while he was on the beach he e current was not on, buy? . : viewed from the angle of Gre: book Budge 1 down a pro
these subjects have received pub- tion in this very important : ‘ , 7 suying jewellery from the + an ;
licity through tt A ae x tter heard a shouting and on going to When we got down to the jetty, store of Alphonso B. De Britain, The Party which I gramme which, if faithfully fol-
icity rough the Advocate New anes the place he noticed a group of Saualls of great violence were es ‘ m3 : represent has always been an lowed, is bound to improve your
Paper and in various other forms,’ Speaking for Barbados now I opie z Y. ene up from the directi ae Lima shortly after midday Empire Party,” said Mr, Braine own game. In it you will learn
é »S » has bee roug » would say that while these sub- ” . ; 5 , eCuion O yesterday when ¢ thi i, ee ei , z yisiee. .
and pressure has been brought to a Nar nap fing 7 A Police Sergeant w mong Martinique and the launches con- ot . ‘ a eae and we are generally interested the secret of the powerful drives,
bear upon the Governments of jects have received a measure of tH \ amoung orine a ee uddenly snatched her in Empire affairs, ‘Great Britair il 7 st whivate .4
many of the W. I Islands with publicity in the local press and "7€ group and he told him (God- Yeying passengers to the Laly andbag. Percy Straker, the ta Dan DAM aiiareee f gS COOAY Sie eet eee ee
the object of puttin inte ‘practi- elsewhere, and the public appears dard) to look for the bodies of two Nelson had difficulty in making shoe shine boy in the City = thi ; aah Tt DF eee ANG; SHA _OSACN Shee 28 u
DJ xa pu 5b , « - —. , mae . the passage” 2 ae nothing at ail, ye work we are he ’ “+ Ss at
; + > becoming cons s ,e boys who were wer the passage” she said é I as the canny court strate tha
a Sa awe cae ape ay 7 f “ nares aaa: Sh thi He left the ie ay t It happened that the Italian ‘a —* aie ter therefore trying to do for the aren have lead expert to acclaim hi
which hitherto were merely need 10 sveLlopmen e Sarre raat ney at _eaeenes eee ate . oe anal the urchin, is really a labour of love , rok
theory. sphere, it is mainly persons who when about 61 yard he saw a which _ Ships _bananas from lie caught up with the Before | cit down there is ju ame as one ‘without a weakne
Nhe urgency of the need for have to deal with the employment the body of Keith Blackett. ‘Twenty i ate was anchored off the thief and = retrieved the one thing I would like to sa Every strok illustrated: 64
: sf g ami-sk . i t ’ O# 5 - rhe . ‘ yr -" sve g Ke is trate ,
technicai education and vocational ° skilled and semi-skilled labour minutes after tne body ef Edwin Seathe — —_ see bad handbag, but the thief got that is not sufficiently appreciate aint raph of Sada in plas
“2 a reciate > = ve arne fr) + ' 4 2¢ uck . sle ‘ : . grap Ze ay
training waf immediately realised ho really appraniats the sae Howell was fotnd a little further poe I sal os 7 : ae A way. fe returned the bag either at home or overseas. Tha e a u BE) it hip
by the Chambers*@f Commeree: in tance of having facilities or from the spot Wwhers Blackett wi proportion 0 the ocal ‘9 the visitor and his is, that those of us who are mos : ope :

tne West Indies, and in June 1944 technical education and vocational found. “lighters,” were alongside the / \tward was $1.00. deeply technique

s ¥ . ‘ . training. There are those of us in HE PUBLIC chip which removed to anothe! Sons
at a meeting of the Sever - ee . 1 i Alter
g of the Seventh Con- 415. geld who know that appli- anchorage with the stevedore :

interested in’ colonial

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ress of the Incorporate “he oy : r 3 well the appez ade , ward, Straker saia: “Gracias which should be dealt with or
‘ ae corporated Ch amber cants for apprenticeship training Go) RT. Mic ape al_ mad by aboard. As a xesult, the lighter: Senoritu’, . He ty ee t litice b ae ult with on
of Commerce of the British Carib- are in the main unable to read “ol. R. T. Michelin Commisswner were cast off and 16 of SPEER | fe ‘was sur- party political basis, Therefore o WE il AVE ITAT THE
bean held in this Island, a Resolu- as ie Seba i tt ae ae of Police over the Radio asking Mie i os wei 3 of them, sc rounded by a crowd the bread issue of colonial policy iv 4 4 4 4 4
lion Was passed which reads a uite incapable of making an people to buy tickets in th» Police i own, ere lost He teld the Advocate: here is no real difference : ‘ aah
« € icapa é B € is “ . yt e ‘ ssty’e
follows adcunebe measurement. Such 7affle which is to help to build Barges Adrift I am accustomed to re- between His Majesty's Oppositior A DY «ae AT KE
“Whereas the raising of the , sters are regarded more of More boys’ and girls’ clubs in the aro. “ SC oveas joaadad trieving missing articles for and the Government
youngs a ge v arg arge oaded with a - * r a r
standard of living of the peop! nuisance than anytking else and ‘sland. thi i people. At one time ! % v A TION kk RY
nuisance an an} Se ¢ ia H ve motor car and effects of D “ceived , . W
of the British West Indies and are not easily absorbed by the People are buying the tickets Soltznik whe vas? Buin pe fe = ived a 5 reward, I RITZ STORE ILL RE | ‘ 4 A 4
british Guiana depen in the industrial concerns and the master like hot cakes,” one police consta- ferred from Dominica to Grenad b so had the thief holding, OPENED AT TUDOR ST | TER a ET TTS
long run on increasing their craftsmen of the Island. The re- ble told the Advocate yesterday. and which were moored to a buoy roe Bene Deople oan vee \ ld a 1S 7 Bs me a a a a a a
economic value to.the Gommu- sult ofits is that. 8 number of Policemen on duty ané off dut broe nose and were arte : tf ol my hand and he was ° a ding for ai new store i | & im
. : 2 » > were 5 ay Stn ch ion t : . I wel 1 g 0 4 ‘ ret 4 1OW eing completed at Tudor |*
nity adolescents are thrown on the were bu g.tting the tickets off to sea able to get awey es +e udor e ’ a
y, s T i street s is , - arn | Py >
Ana whereas the standards of market every year to swell the their hands and many of them Outstanding rescue work The Venezuelan visitor 1u i ding wins Tud rst ha d a wee Anetes ae
. thi ere o : 7 P ‘ > * or street and!
craftsmanship and efficiency in ranks of the unemployed while were not refused by these to whom done by a motor launch belongi: who wos now cuile happy, Baxters Road ar
many trades and occupations do the industrial concerns and the they presented the tickets. to Messrs, Rose and Co., the lim continued her shopping. Ritz Store 7" ee ‘sa FRESH SHIPMENT OF
not bear favourable comparison master-craftsmen suffer for want URING THE MONTH of Aug- juice manufacturers. The laun The tore is owned by Mr i U ati N A q ‘HOws
with those in other parts of the of useful apprentices. ust the Fire Brigade was after conveying the passenger br Michael Hannah who arrived i ) ai ‘
world. called.to two genuine fires. There the Lady Nelson





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BE IT RESOLVED (1) That Bursary System he two practice alarms, rescue a str of lishters, ym ie ope bought a house at Nay

representations be made to the F > 1946 fre Officer Craggs told the With men on ard. It then went iardens and decided to settle
rom the Report of the 5 » re An nee 1 ‘ “BO . 4

Comptroller of Development & Committee, we etd that under Advocate yesterday that these out again and picked up th Re pot ted Boat ad al ‘ld Barbados with his wil ' q aad KK i EEDERS

Welfare in the West Indies urg- the Bursary system certificates of alarms help the men to work barges some distance out at se: ‘ Mi iy awit \

ing the establishment immedi- eompetenc y were issued to four- quickly and in harmony so that ®@Md got tow ropes to them. Th« Smashed his ¥ cattian” rede e r irried on

ately as part of his educational teen apprentices who had com- they can cope easily with fires of Passengers of the Lady Nelson ! 1 ; In sambia Wes

| an
Africa, b oppec | at £ abet
and? cock welfare plans, of ttcted their courses in 1946, These & serious nature pore able to. watch ity Slice: Mr. -D.. W. Wiles, Fisheries A{iga-, but stopped in at the fl H., Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.—Distributors. @

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vodtional teach adolescents and adults Cabinet Maker 1, Carpenters 2, Magistrate of District “BY” craft. Seas were breaking over qay that the only fishir boat} !
crafts and occupations such as Masons 3, Plumber and Tinsmith fined Bernard Hunte of Massiah them and the task of steering them owner to report to him after the} aan aa _ oe ——_ nt
Tropical Agriculture, Engine 1, Motor Mechanics 2, Electrician Street, St. John, 15/- and 1/- costs around to make for the harbour heavy rains d stron
ing, Carpentry, Cabinet making, 1 Shoemakers 2, Tailor 1, Painter for overloading the motor bus W#S @ very difficult one over the k-end, wa |
Wales Repairing hana en at: r N I isk you Gentlemen Me Sa Svan Reagan vera ch . a Me tae eee ee ye, OF ere i. Y i
s Sainting. ate Now ask } 7 I The offence wa or ted narge ¢ >. 4aUNC got two 0! Boyce’ oat “Star ¢ the Sea” | ~ j
“ 7 ne “i H », could these Ag ao toe the July 20, about 8.35 were i his owe men on to the barge ” . hed wa an re rock at | there 18 a i t LL i kK ge
five ; eee demands of this Island alone to ne Case Was a ‘i considerable feat of seamunshi cizhtstow? fter reaking
PACER ACn Yun ene ~ say nothing of those who might an es pe tog en me eg nd when the tow rope broke, he ta moc re a |
onies be respt illy re employment abroad? Never; Police Station : ” : managed to get inothe; oO oe iB } 4 a % ai
. e vim xO Se). Ope rnment has at least awaken- ARNI EY KNIGHT fA attached and bring them in afte Asked abou ea « ‘ ‘ for every purpose
aval, Military Alt this fact, and in very recent amie. he = a ae a truggl astin ( seve! Wil { I ent {
authorities the f uch* nonths doubled the number of A i ne ge, St Fn cha L was ips Roh ick is r x Z he ai f a wi pee a Avet a sith
training to be given to servin 1 f -enticeshi courses; Ordered to pay a fine of 30/- in a ace! th rs y wee A a os le . » . 49 ’
personnel fr m the Briti h We , it . Sete Tasteauats, one month or one ee ee ha we bene an oe Pies o when eal eason open . Unfor | Wet Mops each .. $1.86 Black Brisuk Gents
Sane ae edtiet Pitt thn’ “neha ae \ - g ime nat SOonment for wounding Millicent ‘ . eae tare ; , anes abn gear ce re : 3
ares ae aot sate peat Gove Leek ek iat nO he Roach on February 7 Ragin eels 78 gerd Hight ‘S the men, instead of diving sea Combs, each $3.79 Black Combs .... 37
Little or nothir appear to gressive country can afford to Mr. C. L. Walwyn wa the aboard ‘He boarded the 1 4 CEgs, Were “100% IE. FOr a0 et Floor Serubs . $1.14 i
have sprung out of this Resolution, leave this most desirous form of Magistrate which Waa tak a dats wed mA pot Only two men were divin | Deluxe Bristle Flesh Brushes $3.22
except that as far as Barbados is instruction out of its educational QR. G.B. GRIFFITH, Acting its third rescue va. "" eges. while T'was thers ‘ !
concern n 1946 synor programme, particularly so, an Police Magistrate of District Sx fi: a Leith " f Combs, each i
ned, in 1 da ap ae ee ROE Pee me a testis 2 Merdae domed Tania oo far as is known, only one lif He said that the sea egg Wall Brush $3.00
appointed a Committee under the Island which is very much ie / yesterday ordered Laurie was lost from. these boat yn oweve ming in full sw es 53. rer ‘ moplexi
Chairmanship of the Director of pulated and shows a tendency Folkes of Waterford Tenantry, St. man lost his oar, went overbuard : Vee gaa ae ele Military Bristle Complexion
Fducati with the following of worsening in this direction. Michael, to pay a fine of £3 and (6 yetrieve it. and was unable , ‘ Am d Fibre Bowl r $1.75
Education jiviste. ct) meee Many people might think that 2/- costs for driving the motor seturt cane ys Combs, each $5.08 trushes, each $1.75
terms of reference it is the duty of industrial — bus M—1422 negligently on Hinds- iene euinaiaiiaine B } }
’ ° , cerns requiring the services Of jury Road on May Whe e Li . le 7 PE ter er rushes, each $1.48
Trained W orkers technicians to provide the ne- The fine is a be ine in 14 days | celey fae ichkeciniaition } om St. Luci ete 4
To_eievay the feild of emeloy- cessary training for Serette es or in default one month’s impris- been interrupted so that no det hoore sank in the harbour. | Comb a , i = . / nm |
J rie this is far from being the ¢or- Gnment with hard labour. Sgt.|of damage in the island ¢ fhe force of recess eae CAVE SHEP HT KD \ (0) LID
ment other than Agriculture it rect view Forde attached to the Traffic, available, but it w estimate ve hit N nique “where \ ‘ I ie 4 J € a ,
Barbados in order, to ascertait Neither the Industrial Con- Branch prosecuted on behalf cf} ‘hat 50% of the banana crop } sf 125 miles an hour re-| | Cleaners, each . 60
what occupations nec uit cerns nor the master workmen the Police |been lost, a very severe ble Lorted. As the Luly Nelson st : 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
workers, and the annua of the various crafts concerned Before fining Folkes, Mr. Grif-| ‘he infant banana shippin: ed past the island, the Captain w
present and potential in these - are equipped to carry out fth said: “This reckless driving | ‘ndustry able to discern extensive dama
oe training in a coenppenenstys of you bus drivers must stop. You Slight damage only is report to-plantatio
o make recommendatiot! on a 5 ‘urthermore, who is are too hasty an spect |
the nature and extent of vocational aero nana be oreilee = toc 7 t a seam cana | $969999969990700009 SEE COPIES LEL LALO ASA SSS)
training to be offered in Barbados personnel wfthout the assur- Folkes denied that he hit the |
with particular reference to the ance of receiving service in motor cycle and aid that he
possibility of ¢ blishin me return. It is. clearly the duty overtook the lorry because he je
form of part-time education for of the educational authorities ; the way ahead of him ws:
apprentices and other trainee to extend the scope of the clear



To make recommendations as tO educational programme to in-



the provision of the butlcing chide technical education and ‘aa Chamberlain Bridge wa ;

equipment and staif necessary fot vocational training, and so open to traffic again yesterday iy : i i tes OAR he |

such training equip the sons and daughters of morning after being closed all BUY NOW AND SAVE! % WORKSHOP AND SERVICING DEPARTMENTS WILL BE i
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from page 5
sharge is $3.00 for any number of words charge cents . 1910, and abi eilties e . amet ts
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| 86 cents Su%days 24 words = =e REAL ESTATE â„¢ TEE MATHER ot Jone siven|TnTey Ror ie Smpenditure of
pecinenet or ‘Torms oom v8 words 3 cents a word week-—@ cents g NOTICE na ePtEP this large sum of money in any
ween and m., Death! wor: > | s ven t d-}on 29 {se o
Notices only after A a3 . “1 om Sundeus; ae: Putie competition at the office wie tas iadelatind Gmsans | streas todas ter taint the ‘on
ot the undersigned on Friday the ith| Which is being voluntarily wound up. | 5 9 mage le . eens
The charge for announcements September 1951 at 2 p.m. a stonewall|''e required, on or before the First |“Cfinitely arrived for the Govern-
Births, Marriages, Deaths. Acknow!- AUTOMOTIVE welling house containing Drawing room, | “@y of October 1951, being the day for|ent of this Island to make a
eagements, and "n Memoriam notices is cining reem, two bedreoms, kitehen,| '%t purpose fixed by the undersigned | serious approach to this matter
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 0n Sundays, CAR—-1@51 | Hillman Saloon, green | and out offices, standing or two roods Alfred DeCourcy Boyce, the Liquidator} Jt is tree that within recent
for any number a2 words up to 50, and| With red upholstery candition as new.|of land at Military Road, Bush Hail, Of the said Company, to send theit byears the Barbados Eveni Inst
% cents per word on week-days and!| APPly: Ralph A. Beard, Lower Bay|St. Michael. Inspection on application | names and addresses, and the particular h mA AVERIRE SHG ~
4 gents per word en Sundays for each Street. Dial 5010. 5.9.51—3n, | b ¥ < am, and 6 p.m. | < Soe, ie the —; “wg ene co sbalighar geet
tional word. a.m. a + m, | and a SSeS © ©. iciters, if any, s mute ra
on inpentdiimmaserneacenigy| h-One Voumhell 166. in very (Mer farther portionace aut commie of | .o the undersigned, and if so required}Technical College. In the first
ood = condition. Dial 4799. C. D./sale apply to— | Pe notice in writing from the saidiplace jit is incapable of i
DIED velyn, Fontabelle. 5.9.51—In HUTCHINSON & BANPIELD. | Liquidator, are by their solicitors tof” apable of meetin
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ons i‘ CAR--Standard 14 h.p. Saloon formerly | 29.8. .51~Sn claims at such time and place as shal)|secondly, the Clagses which are
L--On September 6, 1951, at the! Bf-139. Can be seen at Chelsea Garage | rr ee ne |e specified in sich notice, or in default |conducted b rers
fleneset ree... Corer Ot peter 1950) Lid., Pinfold Street. Apply to the| The will offer Sale at thereof they will be exchided from the ve Shondan a ie 4 aes
. . nager 4.9,51—3n, | public ition at their ce, No.| benefit of any distributi de bet y ’ . A
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| SN as for the» Westbury! Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce The two-storied Dwellinghouse known| { No. 14 James Street, Bridgetown,
Eunice Bowen (mother), Destina Weatherhead Limited. 4.9.51—t f.n | a8 “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | Liguidator.
and Eulaleen (sisters), Lloyd, aan ee seteeew ee 40d thereto belonging, | —
Winston and Noel (brothers). ELECTRICAL | cousey feet ~ thereabouts, eet
Sn a Ha le ele aaa WANTED
HALL—On September 5, 1951, Kathleen] Condition. No reasonable offer refused L L a by appoint t with Mrs.
Hall. Her funeral will leave the} Holcer Bros., 49 Swan Street " oppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736. HELP

residence of her son George Handel
Hall, Oistins, Christ Church at 4.00
o'clock this afternoon for James Street
Methodist Church and thence to the
Westbury Cemetery.
Dudley Hall, George Handle Hall
Cynthia King, Olga Crichlow
6.9 51—In.

SMITH—On September 5, 1951, Eustace
Theophilus Smith, late boss carpenter
of Chapel Hill, St. John. His funeral
leaves the above residence at 4.30 p.m,
to-day for Society Chape! -

Mildred Smith (widow),
and Audene = (daughters),
derson, Everton and Oliv’'r isons),

6.9.51-—t.tn

FURNITURE

—_—_— a
FURNITURE—One large painted Press
$590, one Two Burner Oil Stove—Table
Model $35. Phone 5043 4.9.51—8n
—

POULTRY



CHICKS — ported New Hampshires
and Plymouth it Chieks 3 months old,
Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock.

Ovgtha 4.9.51—an,

Hen- 4









































u : PIGEONS—Three (3: Pains of White
Pustace (Grand) 5.9.51. Saree Pigeons at 94.00 pét pair. Dia!
4117 between 8 a.m. to Ib acm. and
;4 Pm. to @ p.m 5.9.51—4n

IN MEMORIAM LIVESTOCK
te —_——— —_-_o oo oe

- =i Diana, |,,SPANIBL “PUPPIES— For
CARTER—In l6vityg memory of Albertha Cave 9m:
Drucilla Carter who fell asleep on the Bening Bammnervele, Eagle Hall Road.
6th September, 1950. z 1,044.0

There js a dear face missing

A dear voice that is still MISCELLANEOUS

A place is vacant in our home

That never ean be filled ANT-ASTHMATIC CIGARETTES —

The flowers we place upon your) For prompt relief of tightness of breath-

grave ing in Asthma 4/- box. KNIGHTS LTD.

Have withered and decayed 4.9. 51—2n

But his memories will alwayg linger) ——— _

In our hearts from day to day COOLERATOR—Ace Coolerator good
Ever to be remembered by Elsie and|condition, Apply V. B. St. John ce
irlends, 6.9.51—In |N. B. Howell 6.9.51—2n
DOWNIE-—In loving memory of our SATA. . AS New

dear husband ed father’ John Reuben | one hundred dollars. Knignis we,
Downie, who died on the 5th Sep-| City Pharmacy. 11,8.51—T F N
tember, 1946. =a Wsupeeeee eee 2

Till memory fades and life departs, FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all

You'll live foreyer in our hearts,| kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Lillian (Wife), Marjorie, Colin (Chil- | Bristlecombs, Gray's Bristlecombs, Tooth
dren), Elaine (Daughter-in-law), Arthur | Brushes, Dental ite Brushes, Complex-
(Son-in-law),Richard, Patricia, Maureen,| ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb
Desmond (Grand-children), Clarice, | Cleaners, Manicure . Powder
Rita (sisters!, Kenneth (brother). Brushes, Floor Serubs, Fibre Bow!

6.9.51—1n. | Brushes, and many others
el H. P. & CO. LTD., Middle
DEVONISH—In loving memory of Mrs | Street. Distributors. Dial 3382.
Clara Devonish (Grannie) who fel 2.9.51—
asleep on September 5th, 1948.

T'was three years ago this very day HERE! Are the two essentials to

Since our dear one was called away, | beauty Palm Olive Shampoo at 84c. per

Her memory still lingers on. bottle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at l4e.

Sleep on dear Grannie and take your | per cake. Call for them at KNIGHT'£

rest, LTD. * 6.9.51—3n

We loved thee well, God loved thee

best. ER-DE-CO — A Scientific Denture

The Seales Family. 6.9.51—1n | Fixture. Gives entire comfort and con-

fidence all day, 2 sizes. KNIGHT’S LTD,

6.9 51—2n

ANN SOAP & COLOGNE—We offer to-day a‘

g nevi a. to over stock Erasmi

2 oile ap per cake, Mitcham:

DRY GOODS—Anyone who brings this | Cologne in faney bottles 1/6 per ig

Advertisement cutting will get 10% KNIGHT'S LTD. 6.9.51—ar*
discount over $5.00 cash purchase uy. to hiss

15.9.51, only, don't miss this offer
Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street. i etes PR gory Aes. ere gallon
—In,. >

. 6.9.51—2n

' ‘UNIMET MAJOR'-—Const mal Angle

| oe ee Rigid Steel wae

From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’

as you can construct Benches, Storage,

a Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for

Light Buildings, scaffolding and other

- useful equipment, Aya le from Stock,
contact

OHS S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD

Dial 3713—4566, 4.9.51—1n.

XMAS GIFTS—Come in and _ selec

from our stock of Matchabellis French

+ Perfume Duchess of York, Stradavari,

ete A 5% reduction to clear

KNIGHT'S LTD. = 6.9.51—3n



BLADON

& co.

A.F.S., F.V.A.

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





HOUSES

CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
modern conveniences. Apply 3 eee

.8.51—t.in,

FOR SALE

“COOLMORE”, Pine Hill.—
Modern Bungalow constructed in
1939 with 18” stone walls and









heavy asbestos roof. There is a New House, Navy Gardens. Three (3)
large L-Shaped living room, 2 beds, Washbowls, Lounge and dining
double bedrooms with built-in room. Tiled shower. Short or long
wardrobes, kitchen, pantry, ser- lease. Ring 4666 4 to 6 pm

vant's kitchen, bathroom with tub 5 9 51.—2n.
and shower, solar heating instal-

Jation, garage and 2. servants’

rooms. The grounds of about % an :

acre are heavily wooded with PERSONAL

Mahogany and Flamboyant trees







Lawns and stone flagged ter- ——
race are in a_ seclided walled NOTICE
iS tenes i chal Ne The public is hereby warned against

dealing with any person or persons in
connection with the estate of the late

“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd.
Joseph Nathaniel Prescod, situated at
| —A spacious 2-storey stone nouss Hopewell, Christ Church, In case any
built to last with the type o information is desired in connection

material rarely seen to-day. Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,
storerooms, garage ete. Well
commended at the greathy reduced
price now required,

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
SJames.—Large 2-storey stone
house of sound construction
located on over *4 an acre of good
coast land with 160 ft of sea
frontage. First class sandy beach
and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on ground
floor. In our opinion this proper-
ty would be eminently suitable for
conversion into a Guest House,
Low figure required.

“HILL CREST”, Bathsheba. Sub-
stantially built modern stone bun-
galow on the brow of the cliffs
affording fine view of this rocky
coastline. There are three good
bedrooms, living room, 2-sided gal-
Jery, kitchen, setvant’s quarters
and garage. Electricity and water
are laid on. The Land is over 6
acres and there are about 50 co-
coanut trees. An _ interesting
proposition at the low figure asked.

“WINDY WILLOWS"--Prospect,
St James, Unfurnished house on

with the estate, please communicate
with my constituted attorney, Winifred
King, Cane Vale, Christ Church
Signed
IRVIN PRESCOD,
Qualified Executor.
5 9 51.—2n,



ADVERTISE
in the
ADVOCATE

G. A, Service's

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

“Only they who fulfil their duty
on” “every day matters wil!
Julfl, them” “on great oecasions

.... KINGSLEY”.

For every day or that
special occasion the Hostess’ who
has Gas for Cooking is sure of

coast, with 3 bedrooms, sree
verandah, everlooking sea .
Immediate possession.

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
Ane, Nee Silks

HANS

———

RENTALS

“CRANE HOUSE", St. Philip.







“WAVERLEY”, St. Lawrence. Pr. in. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466
ACH HOUSE", St. Lawrence.
“IN CHANCERY”, Silver Sands. ee ose et ty t
“CLIPLYNNE" Garden Gap, eer veveTee
Worthing.

» “PLEASANT HALL COTTAGE”,





For further particulars and conditions
of sale, epply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.



—
A STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST,







who has had previous experience. Begin-
26.8.5!.—N.E.D. | ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &
The undersigned will offer for sale at ween eens ~~ rect e
publig competition at their «fice, No.) NURSE—Experienced Nurse for bab)
gh Street, Bridgetown, vn Friday,’ apply to No. § Swan Street between
the 7th. day of September, 1951, at 8 am. to 4 p.m. 6.9.51—In
p.m. F The dwellinghwuse known as
Ree Bb ewe MISCELLANEOUS
whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure- WANTED TO RENT

ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts,
and the out-buildings thereto, situate
on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,
Ceo Hotel Royal.

nspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 12 noon and’ 6

» WAREHOUSE: TO RENT In 1
around City-—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Ltd,

2.9,51—t.f.n,





LOST

2. B.T.C. BOOKS—Series A.9600—9609,
G 9690-9699 Autumn Meeting. Between
Pugtim Read, Ch. Ch. and Bridgetowr
Plaga? Finder return same Advocate Ad
vertising Department. 6.9.51—In

p.m.
For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
*28.8%1—B.D.

—— ee

The undersigned will offer for Sale at
public competition at their Office, No. |
17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30

m.
THE COTTAGE GiFT SHOP, standing |
on 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining

.



TENDERS

MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE
Tenders are invited for the



the Barbados Aquatic Club, together/purchase of one (1) New Model
wie the Goodwill and Assets of the! ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 6%”
ur i 1 °
ates oe ORY, Diesel Engine mounted
INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-|ON engine iength welded steel
days. and Fridays, betwen the hours of | Skids, length 1037/8”, radiator
an P.m. on application on the i i
ee *. cooled and equipped with

enclosed Twin Dise power take
off clutch, two 12 volt starting
batteries with cables, radiator fan
and lubricating oil cooler for
re ical operation. Rating 180

-P, intermittent 150 H.P. cof-
tinuous at 1200 R.P.M, at Sea
level and 60°F ambient; also a
lot of spare parts,

Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes addressed to the
City Engineer marked: —

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY
DIESEL ENGINE”
and should reach the City Engin-
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later than
Saturday 15th September, 1951.
26.8.51—6n,

For further particulars, and conditions

of sale, apply to :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.

31 8.51-—13n.

AUCTION

1947 CHEVROLET LORRY: We are
instructed by the Insurance Agents to sell
by Auction this vehicle which has been
damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy
Garage on Friday 7th Sept, at 2.30 p.m.

JOHN M. BLADON & Co.
Auctioneers,



.

2.9.51—4n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

VACANT POST OF MEDICAL
OFFICER OF HEALTH,
BARBADOS, B.W.I.



CITY COUNCIL
REPORT'S





|







ead finally altering th



Applications are invited for
the post of Medical Officer of
Health at the Speightstown
Health Centre which will serve
. oe norihem pariahes ‘s of

arbados, covering a population| @45 99 «mown in th ana of
of some sixty thousand people, va ae sett behalt cfedienel a

tain Cipriani
ine ea re * — voor were personal cheques drawn by
is in the scale $4,320 x 240— Mr, H. W. Farrell, the Town
$4,800 \ Clerk, on the 21st of March, 1949

(British West Indian and the 22nd of December, 1950
dollers). Salary subject to de- respectively, Apparently | these

ductions of 4% of salary under cheques have never been pres-
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension) ented to the Bank, Since no|
Act unless wholly or partially books of account for this Fund
Widows by 4 e 4) are available it is not possible to

*|should be but there is a_ likeli-
hood that the Town Clerk has
in effect, been using part of the
funds of this Trust account for}
his own purposes for a consider-|
able period.

HARBOUR LOG

@ from page 3
startling, wut there is one most
serious aspect which is not re-



the two cheques for

3. Passages up to a maximum
ef $1,440 are paid on first
appointment, Leave passages are
not paid. Leave conditions are
im accordance with local leave
regulations,

4.





A house allowance is paid



at the rate of 10% of salary. *
Quarters are not previded. In Carlisle Bay
5. Travelling allowance is

Yacht | Marsaltese,
Lydia Adina S., Sch

M.V Daerwood,

Cloudia S.¢

payable in accordange with

the

Memorial und | tryin

120 candidates for courses in
nternal combustion and electrical
engineering, only 24 can be
accommodated. Of these, an
erage of only 8 can graduate
early. Again a totally inade-
tate number for the Market

The most recent vote for edu-
cation in this Island is 91,806,116,.
). Of this vast sum, not one
ngle cent has been allocated to
‘echnical education and vocational

eee in the true sense of the

ord,

I am going to ask you, Gentle-
men to support and pass the
| Resolution of which notice has
been given on the Agenda, with
the hope that Government will
make a start as soon as next year
by allocating a reasonable ‘sum
of the Educational Vote towards
echnical Education and Voca-
tional training.

The first need is for instructors
who will themselves have to be
(rained, probably at the College
in British Guiana or Puerto Rico,
then buildings and equipment,
e curricula

of the appropriate schools to
include instruction in technical
edueation and vocational train-

Practical
Knowledge

Mr. J. M, Kidney said that in
this matter of technical education
and vocational training, he wanted
to be satisfied that

the training
would eventually make boys
workmen in the workshop. A

workshop such as that of his firm
~-The Barbados Foundry—for in-
Stance, What was really wanted
today were people with pifictical
knowledge, not necessarily people
with technical knowledge. There
were already too many experts;
what they needed were people who
could use a chisel and hammer,
people who could operate a ma-
chine and things like that

‘As far as my firm is concerned,”
said Mr, Kidney, “some years ago
the directors saw fit to increase
the wages of boys in order to get
the boy of a higher educational
standard than what was then the
case to train. This was done with
the hope that he would become a
workman in a shorter space of
time. I am sorry to say that we
have failed in that effort, We did
not get the boy whom we were
looking for, Such a boy went into

vealed in the report. That ig that} the public seryire or got a job that
$42.00 and} would mu. soli als hands.

“We are stil continuing the in-
cereal rate of pay, however, and
© give our boys a practical
knowledge of engineering, work-
shop practice, etc,, and we are suce

cessful up to a certain point. It
was a position though, in which
the firm had no guarantee that

they would get any return for the
money they were spending. What
I mean is that, after five years the
apprentice can either stay with us
or take a job with someone else
The money therefore spent on him
if he chooses to go with someone
else, would be a practical loss to
the firm

“For the information of mem-
bers I would point out that at pres-
ent the cost per week of all ap-
prentices is $196.20, and for the
year just ended the cost was
$10,306.40",

Mr. Kidney then talked of the
method used in training fhe ap-

| prentices. He finally suggested that

if money wasrto be spent in the



eh, s
local regulations made under oh’ Pranklyn D.R., Sch si D'Ortact penating - : muprentiens so that
Public Officers Loan and @ll~| Seb. Rosarene, Sch. Lucille M_ Smith, ey would in due course earn a
ing Allowances Act. ba ental sh Marion Belle Wolfe, M-V. C. lL. M | jivelihood as a result, it would be
nia, Bab auevala well if Government would make
6. Candidates must hold| ¢.8. Yacoma Star, 4.946 tons net,|s9me arrangement with the busi-
graduate medical degrees, yegis-|Cept. Hanbridge, from London |nesses who now taught them
trable in the United ingdom| @chooner Timothy AH. Vansluyt- | Government could accept responsi-
| and must possess a Diploma in| 2", 16 tans net, Capt, Stoll, from | Hijity for the first year of their

British Guiana,
DEPARTURES
Behooner W. L. Bunigia, 38 tons net

Public Health or other: equal
| qualification, A degree, diploma

or certificate in Tropical Medicine | Capt, veoh. a age t, Capt
and Hygiene is desirable but not Wait fen Trinidad wee

essential.

7. Duties of the office are| In Touch with Barbados

ascertainable by request from the Coastal Station

i 7 , but
broadly ne tena vert heayrh Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
[and quarantine

serviaw, ‘inspeo with the following ships through their

‘tion of schools, publie health Coast Station;
education, maternal and child gat pbatevenie, 5.8 Sparrows Point
welfare and other clinic appro | Piederica, S.S| Beaver Dam, SS §
riate to Health Centre services| Monica, $.S. Zuiderkruis/Piyw, 5.5
. d ti ith local|Sea Pearl, SS. Adviser, S.S. Alec
en co-operating wi ae riser, S$ >a |
government bodies on matters] Pour, 5S, Woden S “ioe Em
relating to sanitation and hygiene. | Resolute, $5. ‘Alcoa Pennant, 5.8

Alcoa Corsair, 8.8. Folke Bernadotte
8. It is proposed that four (4)|8.s, S. Rosa, $.S. Sjoa, $.S. Vassilis,

ublic Health Nurses and one}§ §. Vuleano, $95, Tank Olterra, 5.6
Sten) Inspector will aid in Free Crest, §.5, Tista, S.S Macolis,
‘ s.s Flora Marsano, SS Vulcano
these duties. Lbnj, 8.8. S. Veronico, $.S. Maria
De Larrinaga, SS. Alcoa Puritan, ‘3

9. The Medical Officer of| Alcoa Partner, SS. Alcoa Runner, S
Sibilla/Iclx, 8.8. Tectus, 8.S. Costille
Health would be expected to take Sona bo. tara’ thaten BB. Fort

up duty on or about the 1ISt| Richepanse, $.8. Atlanta Secondo, 8.5





January, 1952 and applications! Delesman, 8.8. Canadian Constructor
shculd reach this office not later|5.S. Clarkes Wharf, S55. Reina Del
jthan the 15th October, 1951, eSEHes BG eatemac
ae SEA WELL
| ARRIVALS By BWIA
VANSLUYTMAN "sn Stasi
| Marjorie Lorde, Ida Dewbury, Marg:
ret Armstrong, June ,Chastanet, Ir
Chastanet, Donold Sue-a-Quan, ma
| BRINGS RICE Charles, Mary Devaux, Fonathar

Devaux, Guy Purchas, Stansililes Comp

The 76-ton schooner Timothy) ten, Henry Adjagha.
Vansluytman







A. H. sailed into) Frem Trinidad: :
; y Duff, ¥
port from British Guiana yester~| oy Pome Branker, By Duw.
| day wi a by" of 50 bags of | Moniesi, Iris Kelly, Jacob Graniz
| Tice, bags of charcoal, tons peranannas By BWLAL
rewood Fer Trinidad:
\ot a oo packages of ‘Clarence Cleveland, Joseph Khadarar
\fresh fruit. Anges and §T@pe-! coinerine Finke, Aian Upfeld, ft
' he atherine nke, pi ,
rut were included among t Keach, ines Quarles, Rina Abra
r . | W/Cmdr. L. mlesfield, err
Mayers, Rupert Goddard, Dore
“This trip from British Guiana | Ashby, Daisy Ashby, Millencent M
is one oi finest that the Van-| Aithes Map

sluytman has made with me on sh Teen

McLeod Smith, Laura



Dayrell's Road, St. Michael.

“WHITEHALL PLATS”, Cod-
rington Hill, St. Michael
“WINDY WILLOWS” Prospect,

St. James.



|

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
| Phone 4640

Ce a NR te



CALADIUM SHOW

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER

in aid of St. Peter's
“DAILY MEAL”

Open Daily 2.30 a.m. to
6 p.m.

From Saturday, September
8th to September 30th

her,” the mate said yesterday.
The Vansluytman was neverthe-
less about 75 miles out to see from
British Guiana when high winds
and rough seas were experienced
»y other ships in the Caribbean on
» | Sunday. The mate said that they
% | did not meet the squally weather.



The Schooner Owners’ Associa-
Â¥ | tion informed the Advocate yester-
* | day that the schooners Rainbow M.
inclusive ~ and Gardenia W., vo i ae
tt L/- *% bados shortly before the ac
acd . &| weather set in on Sunday, reached
—SIPPOOOCOO PP SOFIOCCFSO 'their destinations safely.

Irene Browne, Roland Browne, Geollrey
Pearson, Vivian Robert, Claudie Wii-
Mums, Teresa Eastrnond, Martha D'Arch-
ville, Elaine Clarke
For Grenada;

Collis Webster.

RATES OF E
SEPTEMBER



vise that they can now communicate they will serve any useful




Browne, |

XCHANGE |

| training. For the second and third
years when they were becom-
ing more useful, the responsibility
could then be on a fifty-fifty ba
ind for the fourth and fifth years
the company could then take on
all responsibility with regard to
their wages.

“I have given my view " ended
Mr. Kidney, “I do not know if
pur-



pose.”

Long Neglected

Hon, V. C. Gale said that the

Nelson,| thanks of the Chamber and the
§.8.| communit

should be given to Mr.
Withnall for bringing the matter
up that day. It was a matter that
had long been neglected by Gov-
ernment. There was a_ greater
need for technical education in the
world today than there ever was,
Barbados had had a very good
reputation for education. As far
jas the West Indies were concerned,
if one took into consideration the
| last figures with respect to educa-
tion, he would see that Barbados
|was the most literate island,

“Unfortunately we have not
{gone in for technical education
| which is needed,” he said. “This
would be an education with which
people would be equipped to work
for a living instead o a walk-
ing about when they left school
looking for a job and more often
than not, in vain. All the boys
going to @ secondary or first grade
school cannot be doctors, lawyers
teachers, civil servants or clerks
and these things were what they
were being taught to do. They are
not being given any technical
education whatsoever, with the re-
| sult that when they left school they
i find itevery difficult to get suit-
able positions.”

This matter
jing was one that
up very seriously by
ment, said Mr, Gale. He thought
there was plenty of space at Com-
|bermere where provision could be
jmade for a technical sebool. As a
mattes of fact, the Headmasters of
the schools on Speech Days had
frequently expressed the view that



of technical train-
hould be taken
the Govern-



a ee |some kind of technical education
3 ron lshould be started as soon as
63 4/10% pr. Cheques on Du
i Bankers 61 4/10% pr. | possible
| Demand Drafts 61.26% pr
Sight Drafts 61 1/10% pr Pl
63 $/10% pr. Cable easure
i 9/10 pr. Curtenc w 9/10 pr v ;
Coupons $9 2/10% pr Mr. A. deL. Inni aid
50% pt Silver 20% pt I have great pleasure in second-





DISCUSS

PAGE SEVEN





wh












nA ; , ‘ :
iryvey ! i ‘hud Ki sho A {
tion poli et ind he hoped tha Case S J djournec
7 before the next budget ¥ re
: cs heulbie ts draw ter adkieee. lor Witnesses
i if l ] ing iter vhict € t Gov
Bei a . ' reeded an » mig be ¢ pleader's claims in two different
ing the _Motion nade Aime +. Lied into effeet during thé cou eases that Dafosta & Co., Ltd: had
Withnall relative to forwarding f the next few year brought at. tr f
Government a Resolution in con- © ©" ’ e Wan Vee’ ere Gain
nection with the exaliianinan: of C t yore ere Ned) @ journments by
a Technical and Vocational Train- 408 Mf Orisingt Te
= Eadth in this then of Original Jurisdiction yesterday
ig ‘ regar the Combermere se that they might get witnesses to
Mr. Withnall has referred to sal, he wanted to point out substantiate their cases.
Resolutions passed at the Asso- there was a cupital cost o as E -
_ dll a oe en “1 600 .as eet. out in » port , One was Elmina Mascoll of
meeting held in Barbados in 1944 WIG) was produced during the Bank mal who is claiming: aonas
and Grenada in 1948 On looking ¢ ul of 1939 and there wa: also ‘24 chattel which were ordered to

into a2 annual recurrent be sold to defray a debt Stephen



his matter I 7 find expenditure al ova ees ~
that e a Meeting of the Ror { $24,500. tte oy Ma Reon oe
porated Chambers of Commerce I am quite sure that the capi- Giiice 1s th "the @ i “noun be
held in St, Kitts in 1945 at which ‘@! cost now would be consider- stopped & d the ‘ ust ere
I was present a cable was received ably greater, how much = greater ternigadcoe tains een er ae
from the West India Committee, | “™ mot prepared to say at the thines she is cl iming res irs
London, dealing with Vocational ™oment. As regards the annual ‘8s ce § are cues
A ; g ition Seed coitae 7 : and a radio. She had summoned
Training and the rehaMilitatian of Soe eae "tee a a oe no witnesses to substantiate her
ex-service men returnir he he » Feport as the , » oy ;
Colonies. This cable a aoa masrmum, | am more certain still Se odsuutmedt can 6 ther o
with at that meeting and a reply {P2' this figure would in fact ° ae
sent by wire expressing the Meet- Prove to be quite inadequate by The otner interpleader was
ing’s agreement with the sugges- Oder standards Eileen Phillips who claimed cer-
lions made by the West India ,,. >¢fore I sit down I might men- tain furniture which DaCosta &
Committee in this connection and "0" that Government has shown Co,, Ltd. were going to levy upon
asking that a copy of the telegram “/%"S of being aware of the need to ‘offset a debt owed by Leon
be forwarded to the Secretary of [0% 'Proved facilities as regards Grimth, She was also granted an
State for his information ar we a heeded iene adjournment to get witnesses

os - - “ a ac ave ao 1O€ ve nume

aehy Sean. fe, renee unde te
fare for the year ended March Seas eke caer re ek eee Sh k is oy’ Ss it
Hist 1950 and | reproduce the time instructions in motor hme \ Oop eeper s wm

fcllowing data, from this Report

- P , ering, etc., at the Evening Insti- .
ioe the information of the Meet- (ute and i think there are 1,755 Adjourned
ne. people receiving part-time in-
structions in domestle science at At the Court of Original Juris-

Other Colonies

the Houseeraft Centre. diction yesterday Judge H. A.

< ~ “I would be the first to admit Vaughn adjourned a case R, T.

In British Honduras a Technical that itis is a little and does not Lynton of Pilgrim Road, Christ

aid Vocational Centre has been xo anywhere near grappling with Chureh, brought against Evans
established there,

In Trinidad a
similar centre is now being built
at San Fernando at an estimated
ost of £83,000, As far as Bar-
bados is’ concerned, under the 10-

the problem which Mr. Withnall
has brought to the notice of the
Chamber this afternoon

“Tam sure that you will appre-

Clarke of the same district, claim-
ing $140.03, as the balance of a
groceries’ debt, The judge granted
the adjournment so that Lynton



inate that I am not in a position could summon. witnesses who
year Development Plan, this to make any decision for any Might help prove her case
Island was allotted £800,000 and authoritative statement at this Lynton's case is that Clarke’s
Island was alloted £80000 and sutnoritative statement vat this "fasion, Case. in that clarke
the 31st March 1950 of £640,000, Harbados that I would never give on credit. The goods were taken
Of this amount, £176,000 was an undertaking unless I was in a during 1946 and 1947
pent at the end of March 1950 position to carry it out, and as Clarke. however, claims that he
Since this the further sums have|regards a matter like this, it is was out of the land fer some
been spent, viz one of Government Policy which time and came back in 1946, His



Seawell
Waterworks
Others

£ 337,500
£ 6,750

, will be dealt with
£ 1,645

tive Committee

“LT will say that I am conscious
of the need improved facilitie
for vocational training and I per-
sonally would be very disappoint-
ed if a beginning at least cannot
be provided for in next year's
estimates.”

SHIPPING NOTICES

by the Execu- wife is now dead, but during the
time she was alive, Lynton never
came to him and told him of the
alleged debts

When the case is heard again on
October 3, Lynton will get such
evidence as the shop girl who dis-
patched Clarke's wife and the
books in which entries were made.

£ 345,898



I may also mention that I have
learnt that British Guiana has
also established a very elaborate
centre for Technical and Voca-
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in connection with this very im-| ss. “PORT FAIRY” is sched ited to woe ay ‘CARR ae
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portans spamer, I think the time ith otakey Sule, wtiee Brisbane July for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
has arrived when something ist Sydney August’ 4th, Melboume perrat, Nevis atta St. Mites
should be done on similar lines ir ugust 1ith, arriving at Trinidad Sep- Sailing Monday 10th inst
Barbades and our Government] mbcr sth, and Barbados September The M.V eee ae
2 ‘ } accept Cargo ane assenge
would be well advised to apply Nominica Altisua. Montemlants
to Development and Welfare for In addition to. general cargo. thi Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
. ' ere .
the allotment of a portion of the] :sei has ample space for chilled and Friday lath inat )
remaining available surplus funds ird frozen cargo | The M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
under the 10-year Plan to enable Cargo accepted on through Bills of accept Cargo and Passengers for
then to im ietment in ne ~ a ding for transhipment at Trinidad to} St Lucia, Grenada and Aruba
‘ ‘p , : " itish Guiana, Leeward and Windward | Passengers onl; for St. Vincent
the recommendations made by the lands. | Bailing Wednesday last ins;
Select Committee appointed by For further particulars apply BWI SCHOONER OWNERS
Government (see Report 1949) vo VNESS, WITHY & CO LTD, ASSOCIATION; (INC.)
in connection with Vocationa ei Consignee, Tele No. 4047
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Government should give pre- Gace.
cedence. NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) RVICE
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Appreciated Need arrester ances
ppreciated N New YORK SERVICE
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was present at the meeting said - --- - aacoeepenieeeoes mn
that he was well aware of the NEW ORLEANS | SERVICE her 1061
need for greater facilities fo A STEAMER sails 29th August arrive 4'dos ath leptem ver oi.
technical and educational train- nS eee SMe Seon a eneee: 0 abd ar eee nee ethiasiien
ing, because, he pointed out, he CANADIAN SERVICE
he * * "| , an t .
worideeivianee hike Ga: wa SOUERROUND
« \srow— 8 as
being done on a large scale. Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax Arrives Barbado
He had arrived in this island 5 “ALCOA PARTNER’ August Ord August 6th August ifth
abeut the beginning of December| 5.8. ALGOA PILGRIM » August 2th August a7th Septemizer Oth
as they knew, he said, and was| ° 8. A A PEGASUS .. September 7th September Mth September eth
pitch-forked into the Budget -ORTHBOUND
They would also remember that] 88. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbados August 16th "for St. Lawrence
it was decided that the Budget River Port
would be prepared one house- These vessels have limited passenger accomodation
keeping basis, and that there cieentiineeiinat mclniieas
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PAGE EIGHT

Wl. 1950 Tour Reviewed In Book Form

“Days At The Cricket”

By O. 8. COPPIN

JOHN ARLOTT, B.B.C. Sports Commentator, beloved
West Indian radio audiences, has written a 200-pag«

of the victorious. West Indies cricket tour of Eng-
land, 1950, in a book entitled “Days At The Cricket” (10/6)

















i fifth of the police, fortunately, were goodi-
series of acccunts of tcuring natured. Thus one tall West
ean but this 1950 visit of the Indian, sé@izing a policeman’:

t Indies team who made helmet, procéeded to jink, swerve

k histery—the first defeat und sidestep through the posse of

i i the West Indies policemen and back agai

j provided him manner which brought
he scepe for recording in rugby follower in the gr
« f h ve witness hi feet in acclaim Caught 1€
< which he has Icct ! t ]
ot lo i with great h sent
care n eve for the finer points we Fe tl
y ecl, w
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nd s
Summary

His. fi summary of- ihe team
is a to the convincing;
heights reached by West Indie

cricket auru the 1990 tour
The rise of West Indies cricket
guerantees the develipment of
more cricketers there in an
atmosphere of enthusiasm, and it
Â¥y no means certain that their
next—and regrettably distant
tcur here England can have
produced a side to beat them
They have, in the two pin
bowlers and their batting, a cor
ot strength which may, wit
reasonable luck, last then )
ten years of Test cricket An
if young players like Ramadhii

and Valentine are still to be found
in the byways of their game, the
full West (Indies potential by

JOHN ARLOTT

is











f tt 1e ar ») under- no means yet fully realised.”

ndir { the relat strength - cone

| kr of the teams , e

McDonald Bailey
Highlights seen

The secount is simply and Does It Again
tr ( rdly written Even
1 whe have not made a BELGRADE, Aug. 3!
tudy of the game as such but McDonald Bailey, the Trin!
who neverthele derive as great qadian sprinter, equalled th
i pleasure and entertainment world yecord of 10.2 seconds fe
from vatching it played, ©’ the 100-metre sprint and put up
hearing commentaries of it, €8N one of the outstanding perfoi
follow intelligently the progress mances that helped Britain win a
of the West Indies tour | and “two-day athictic meeting between
grasp in striking details all Of British’ and Yugoslay teams in
the highlights provided, Belgrade.

Arlott, who a poetry pro-~ Fresh from his triumphs at a
ducer as well as a cricket Com-— syocial Festival of Britain event
mentator in the BBC. has j, pondon that brought . high
himself written two bogks of jraise from British — athl
verse and edited poetry antholo-~ Raijey travelled to Yugoslavia
gies, has employed that clever turn with a team of Britain’: ‘Waat
of phrase in this account that sinjete including Artnur Wint
hag characterised his commen- tne Jamaican sprinter :
taries on the game. Bailey also ram the 220-metre

ace in 20,9 seconds, It was this
year’s best time in Europe, al-
though

Fair Estimate
No one could hope for a fairer































WORLD





‘a iia ae

Reg Harris of Britain

Sedgman Wins U.S.
Tennis ‘Tithe

SNYDER, Forest Hills, Sept. 4.

Frank Sedgman of Philadelphia
Tuesday became the first foreigner
in 15 years to win the United
States Tennis Championship

Blasting his way to the net with
tremendou service the 23-year-
old Aussie dealt American Davy
Cup hopes a severe blow rou
ing the baffled Philadelphian
only 50 minutes, before a
of 11,000

Sedgman became the first
foreign champion since Fred Perry
of England lifted the title in 1936

—U.P.

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it is not a new record
estimation of the first Test at wWint won the 800-metre event in TANDARD BRIDGE
Old Trafford than that given bY one minute 49.7 seconds r ,
Arlott. “There was good bowling The British team won the two By M. Harrison-Gray
= act. oe ae om por eee scoring 1024 poin : Deal+r: South
fas grea salting, firs 4885 to Yugoslavia's 89}. crowd o ; ‘Ss
fielding and the wicket-keeping 25,000. Yugoslav _ mae x os : North-South game ;
of Evans, without qualification, cheered the victorious team as i * Ny ‘i :
and of Walcott in view of his jeft the stadium. ; eKI84 }
relative inexperience of such con- Bailey's time for the 100 metres @AKG :
diiions, was of a very high order wa; the best result ever achieved } &I98 i
—and all this in a match of at q meeting in Yugoslavia, In? w. E. :
fluctuations which never suffered ,ddition to Yugoslav timekeepers, i & 9 804, Sie |
a moment's dullness, In fact, the British timekeepers checked the ‘ ¥ * io e ¥ Pare i
standard upon which the game time and declared that track con: ! 3 34232 Meee
was established by the wicket ditions were suitable for the best ea i
demanded epic cricket of courage yesults, Four other men share } @KIRT52 3
and skill; given that cricket the this record—Jesse Owens, Harold { v2 $
match was great: without it it pavis and Barney Ewell, the U.S : 3 Q ‘ Qé6 :
would have been a miserable gprinters and Lloyd LaBeach, uf " nant e-8
niockery of a game.’ Panama ' ; aoe * a ne eer :
He concludes his description of A few days later, Bailey was on “happens “in the first {
the First Test in his way ‘Before ;ynning in Athens in an Ang round of bidding. South bid §
the end of the match it was Greek mectine. He “blacked out" One Spade, North Three j
certain that no subsequent Test completely during a 100-metre yoo T WInnS and Reh bees :
of the series would be played on gsprint—but still won his race. ote Dla perdi whieh aout t
such a wicket, The players are; “Jt was an amazing experience,’ {| passed ee? ; ae
the most important group cONn-Jhe said afterwards, “not knowing : North’s temper was not
cerned, and I doubt that they Sanything until I broke the tape 'y * improved by the know: ¢
wanted a repetition of the pitch, ~ —B.ULP + ledge that Sis Spad was 3
but the spectators might well! sinha eiliat te alee iore eae ot ive DinOnes 3
have felt differently.” SPEED STAR FINED s(ter game had been
5 + Fred Williams. Wembley speed- beached but ey ead a
Worrell and Walcott way rider, who won the world Reaviuie ar at a care tons
H command of delicately§championship last season, was Diamond Piaying w
turned phrases could easily beQined £50 for refusing to ride at
seen in the following passage;gWembley on August 23
written of Worrell and Walcott, ~~ ——--— ‘
in the Second Test but Wor- Arthur Peal SQpS s
rell was beginning to move ij
Evently @
Twice h cut Bedser with THIS SNOOKER NEEDS
om o! exquis delicacy A LIGHT TOUSH
played so late that ¢ thought he “GT "une “thi diagrams b s
had wed the ball to go through i) ene AhoowaT wpe only fur einene, PPA HNN REP NERA § a
when he stroked it imperiously with a light crisp delivers t
almost cut f Evans’ hungry aur Beeen. tt
gloves.” And Walcott he writes Prien | Amite eee ey
“Walcolt made a stroke off the il Ve “ -
back foot to a good jerigth ball Pi Ne YESTERDAY'S
from Bedser which went through j » P
the covers like a roll of thunder.’ i an ' WEATHER REPORT
} 3 | rom Codrington:
Who could miss the humour in j 4 eae bi Rainfall; Nil .
his description of the sideshows 9 Wi eethe sans Fetal Rainfall for month to
by We Indian supporters after —— CYOREEN Sate . date: 3.59 ins,
the West Indies had won. th Bt na Highest Temperature:
Fourth Test and the rubber, Le j p cu 83.5°R,
Arlott writes:—Accordingly the ys S A} stab Be ae Lowest Temperature:
West Indies’ small crowd of it a , T0.5°F,
jubilant supporters made their ‘ or Wind Velocity: 3 miles picr
way towards the pitch, but cat hour
elaborate police preparations had Biack cume trext-~ the Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.869
been made to prevent their even ¥P'* 25°) OE Ml ¥ (3 p.m.) 29.835.
coming cut cn the outfield. The Lot
Ss
J BE y, a ° = ee ae
Jo it Every Lime Aevinand VPs ihe By jimmy Harlo |

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EXPRESS.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



American Column

HAUL OF SECRETS |

j

NEW YORK, no excuse for maiming anybody
An unidentified British aircraft It seems the attackers are troop
carrier is credited with a part in of an »wmaginary aggressor namec







capturing the first Russian MiG Aquinaldo. And some defenders
15 jet fighter to fall into Allied passed insulting remarks about
hands virtually intact. nghting for a “blankety-blank |
The credit is given by the mag- dictator. |
azine Aviation Week, which »s_) Hungry Men }
fticia! : -eme the + ¢ ~
Oficial announcement of une PRISONERS in Oregon State
capture awaits co- On be- |. have not eate ior five cays.
tween the U.S. and Britain.” jedh-have “Oy Mans > 7

They refuse to. work, Says W-r-|

The “No

At

MiG was shot down on th.
coast of Korea and salvaged
\Americin and British naval
Now the U.S. Material
Command is to do an engineering
analysis at the Wright Patterson
e in Ohio.
Says Aviation Week: “The po
sibility that the plane may
restored to flight. condition
tested against U.S. fighters

den George Alexander:
work, no eat.”

it Was A Thriller

ONE A.M. Alone in her dark-
ened flat in Ozone Park, New
York. Mrs. Lillian Laskin watchea
a creepy film on her TV set—
Bela Lugosi turning into a vam-
pire. |

There was a noise at the win-
being considered. Otherwise an Gow. Eyes peered in. Mrs, Laskir
American copy of the plane will screamed. Then came a crash
be produced for this purpose,” outside. Seaman Dan Kenny hac

Fo. weeks Americans have fallen off the dustbin on which
wondered how air generals were he was standing to look into the

nit

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be
anc
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able to testify so confidently on flat.

the MiG’s performance com- By one of those coincidences
pared with An.erican jet fighters that should only happen in a
at the MacArthur hearings in film, two police were passing. At

Congress. Now the mystery seems the police station Seaman Kenney
to be solved. said, sadly: “I'll never touch
FOOTNOTE; Britain’s only air- another drop of that stuff.”
a age off Korea is the Now She Prays
ere. Gee relieved the Theseus SISTER QUENTIN RITA is
— aT os quietly saying her prayers in
ow To Get On California’s San Vicente Convent

EVEN in this land of plenty today. Yesterday she was 20-
there is grumbling and fault- year-old film actress Juanita

finding. But on his 81st birthday. Quigley, who earned £380 a week
Bernard Baruch sums up in seven She “had been in films since she
words how to live and enjoy was three.

living. Says the political and fin-
Klan, But No Fear

ancial sage: “Don’t grouse. Then |
you can overcome _ anything.” KU KLUX KLANSMEN tried)
Baruch practises what he preach- to make a great comeback in
es. Instead of being mournful North Carolina in defiance of the
over his age, he announced police. |
plans for the celebration of his The Klan, which wars on|
0th birthday. Negroes and nails a fiery tross to

the houses of its intended vic-

oe

Barbados

Bootleggers Dip In





IS PROHIBITION DEAD? tims, urged thousands of former

Pla ers Get Yes, Bootlegging? Not at all, says Members to assemble and wear

y Licensed Beverage Industries, their, white hoods, |

: Ine, It adds that because of high But only 97 men turned up.

Caps To-day texes bootleggers art selling more They were outnumbered by curi-

illegal liquor than licensed trad- ous and _ unfrightened ae

Ali duis . La ers are selling whisky. Paying no deputy sheriffs, and police. /

¢ the Bevbios ence ae tas taxes, the bootleggers tadicnpelt nine-year-old boy stood near the

tion, will award six Barbad the traders *y 12s. 6d. a bottle. speakers’ stand and calmly

caps to players who Mave not yet Exercise Knock-Out smoked a cigar. a

received any. : WAR GAMES in North Caro- Why was the | rally a failure?

he presentation will take place lina are growing too real. One Governor Kerr Scott had warned

during the Tea interval today at toldier . was severely clubbed the Klan that he would arrest

the Bay Grounds when Barbado: another wounded To the assem- every man who wore a hood.

opposes The Rest. bled troops Brigadier General None did. Governor Scott is the

Players receiving caps today Henry Meyers said: “I’m proud 5°? of a Klansman.

are: — K, E. Walcott, K, A. Brank- of your enthusiastic fighting ... And Good At Chess

Pee A Ho sasshaw. W. Green- oualities, but we are still mem- BY BEATING ALL the best

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WATER POLO
Court of Original Jurisdiction Aqua __are Ha
and Lower Courts—10 a.m, Colles: Bi °
Vhippe v
»feree Ja Knight
Cricket Match at the Bay ng oe sy oceaaheee
(The Island vs. The Rest) 7



1 p.m.

Meeting of the Christ Church
Vestry—2 p.m.

Water Polo at the Aquatic
Club (Harrison College vs.
Barrachdas and Whipporays
vs. Police)—5 p.m.

Musical Programme at British



Council—6.15 p.m.
CINEMAS
OLYMPIC Boom Town’ «&
“Por Me and My Gal’
iwesupoem
EMPIRE* Father's Little Divi-
ot. ‘ ; sida. Fer vaalat
AQt re _ = 5 ; e
PLAZA (Bridgetown): “Bess of
Le eee imp. PARI - ODDS
TO-DAY
Strikers Ordered | AT
To Resume Work ARIMA

copper industry and to return to
work immediately. Union officials
said
Judge Alfred Murray of the Tenth
Circuit Court of Appeals granted
the restraining order asked by
Government
Hartley Law. —U.P.



land Larry Evans becomes U.S.
chess champion. He is a 19-year-|
old

husky
star and idol of the girls.

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A Federal Judge on Wednesday Bell’s Special SCOTCH
ordered striking members of the
International Union of Mine, Mill, WHISKY fer Glasgow
and Smelter Workers to end their
ten-day-old strike against the Gold Cup. GROLSCH

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Russian Sabotage Move Foiled

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UK. MP. HERE

‘Last Word’
To Reds

By PHIL NEWSOM

‘Tran Plans |



TOKYO, Sept. 5,
z | General Matthew Ridgway
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e mand in Korea to break the cease-
Another $800 came imto The Labour Department { fire stalemate His message is
, e ma | eee es) ee ee Sectot 6S" ere
ae seenes nf a ve at Mrs. A. F. M: Berkeley 5.00 oO ritain ation ae word about the
Ty ’ the A mark. iS ng Mr. & Mrs eged Kaesong neutrality viola-
SAid FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. it a step nearer to the ou Ebifton Danis 50 00 tions, and a challenge to the Red
I ‘HE Western Powers on Wednesday broke up nib Renee, and increases ae ee Se ee pie ae Sept. 5. to either resume ie pegotiations
accordingly e amount of R. E. Smythies 10.00 nr r ossadegh anncouncec at once, or break them of ‘or
Russia’s first big attempt to torpedo the Japa- help which will go to the Miss D. Twberson 10.00 that he plans to subinit an ultima- good.
1 i aad : Royal Bank of Canad tym to Brite accept ans ‘he long ay i e answer &
nese Peace Conference. Delegates voted 45 to three|| stricken Jamaicans. | West- EF Bn. 5.00 fb teeta On the wi gettiement, or cee | the last smote’ dean the” North
Mr. & Mrs. ‘ Atic Bh mre est) ; pe : z : 4
against Russia’s demand that the invitation of Red way yesterday with a a- ‘gop. tuyiies 10.00 all British cil experts expelled! Korean Premier. General Kim Il
i th a don May 5 00 from Iran, He made ihe announce t! Ct
* a se: : ‘ a 5.00 t ade .he anno. - Sung a » Cc st C se
. China to the meetins be considered Se wee ee | SP ria ettoe nme, whi Sana Su and she Communist Chines
‘ s < s The Misi : ¢ 4 an overy é : t 2 - ‘ as
Only three Communist delegates to the conference|| Mite 0” $1.00. ie sg ee 20100” | Yulerof confiiense—£6 ty manne believed due to the absence from
. oa Mr. & Mrs ; ns . Yashington of President Truman
voted against supporsing Secretary of State Ache-|! pip you Finp a PLACE J. M. Kidney 10.00 Pea akaentians. a While the Joint Chiefs of Staff
VEE) Mrs. G, Skinne 5 inet x ad to start , ; ohn: ie
son. Indonesia abstained. Soviet delegate Andrei BETWEEN THESE Two? Mrs. G. Skinner mf arapeOnbinet is expected to star igre ix Waemhtten Waren teak
i yes yo ‘ , a Bas in San Francisco for the Japanese
Gromyko pointed at Acheson, arose from his seat,|] opportunity to de your bit Barelay’s Bank (D.C.&0 ) nem ae ee eas is oye Puice ‘Sater slaming Gen ee
i servi © give its vote of confidence to é "ee ‘ » and
and marched back to the speaker’s platform. ahand tr ie ee eas ieee & Mal wok Rad matter of the reply to the Com-
The fight broke out only one — fic af thie Newuta clay’s Bank (D.C. &0O Mossadegh said ie:idence per- munist chiefs required three way
fiinale’ attes “Aakieen sealted the office his Newspaper will Bridgetown 112.00 “ aa : xchanges of messages between
: ; ae mae receive your donation. Mrs. A. E. Nurse & mits of British oil experts woul MR. BERNARD BRAINE, M.P., wi ’ Tokyo, Washington ind San
first business session to order eo Bring it in to-day Miss E. Nurse 5.06 be cancelled if Britain failed t& , a » WhO is visiting the West Indices in an . ’ 5 ‘ oan
Gromyko said it was a “rmosi ies y. T. Herbert Ltd 100 00 aecept the ultimatum. In an hou unofiicial capacity to bain some first hand knowledge of condition Francisco
portant” question—inviting Red Amount previously “> & ay = 100.0 long speech to the Senate Premie bie gi a an aril yesterday aived 3% Alt .
ina—and should be immediate- acknowledged $7,228.50 7 bvely : 0 tp ate, oe e is seen above discussing a Road Map of Barbados with M
considered. He said . Red Advocate Co.. Ltd ie Mrs. D. P. L 50.04 Mossauiegin detailed his past ex Ian Gale, Assistant Editor r Z ernative
% d ia. W. Grant 5.0 4 riend 2.00 pleits and pcinted out in mos - Un Ridgw i his
China had an “indisputable right Mrs. Gladys Ric 1.06 Can. Bank of Commerce emphatic terms that the only basis ; Vagway anc us
to participate in signing the docu- ea Westmorelanc Mrs. S. J. Kellman 3.00 on which Iran would be prepared uperic decided to leave the
ments. When Acheson sent Plantatior 40 ( im iz Kellman 3.00 to negotiate with he British were ~ ® Vi esponsibility for ending the dead-
saan ° Svomvi Mr. & Mrs A Lad's Mite 1.00 a sr ats ! » Com s :
Gromyiko J out of order Grom N Greenhalgh 5.00 , _ on three points subm ted to them ‘ 4 hgh a x Witt the 5 ” Jeccnpien ks “ wg
said “I protest. _ The Soviet de ie- a ‘orm i. Grichion ¥ Total $8,065.09 by Mossadegh. St ¢ ‘¢ , fs ply rejecting Red protests anc
gation wi 1 raise this guestio: Firstly foreign experts should o ering to resume the talks, the
until the Conference decides it sign individual contracts with the 1 note Was expected at least to
he Polish Gs ; t By MEREIMAN SMITH N } I 1 ee National Oi! Company. 4 "i P gos oo oe some new sub-
The Polish delegate joined the en Pas Ha ‘rom Al. ters: Se il Iran would arr ies oe
; +} pet SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. Bri in § i ot : uarters : conaly, aa ate d Observers thought this could be
rin pe rh ae nt ah Truman headed into the Middle la ase comp onc to the a proposal for the change oe the
eat a ten irda), Vest today after surprising West] *% ‘ ; > ranian ! ompany.; ite, or an ultimatum to Com-
\ pele tenes Britain... | Coast democrats witha preview of Threatened Force Kansas River Thirdly Iran would agree to sell J Sate re ve est. gore AS mean eainiite te akitiee eats tek taht
ec nger o ritain Ver = ’ , itai ° itain’s y i K LA, Sept. 5 ae
Communists kept the floor | is platform for 1952, Fresh frorn LONDON, Sept. 5 + og oe for Britain’s own Cc fe fg i. Bl 2, Ri oe b ’ e Pp ‘ esuming the talks, or permit
nearly 30 minutes before Younger 1 rousing party meet the Presi- : i ( - - ‘i Ri 8 O t Brid Se only e ommunis roops on tl woay hid sroke and fle he United Nations to assume that
urged a vote supporting Ache~ n| dent departed by plane for hi *l wane oe he * ee Lp u ee at. ate ete Ble before attacking United Nations soldiers or eel man, | they do not wish to resume them.
iis " : a + : ln aes can _| Wednesday night that Britain has e Anglo-Iranian ompany J 4 ; ; ? : The daily Cor nist "ODas
On his position that the Rf } anos wars of ince = ndence, Mis made any threat to use force to Kansas River ripped out the] warned ina statement that “should starved and wounded North Korean soldiers in their flight “oh b 7 x. re a ainks " hikers
Bnatios ier eae Sind ee re eee implement the Security Council's {railroad bridge here, after 9,000]any concerns or individuals enter United States Second Division soldiers stormed four hills it the United St ites and the United
“Suse Gl ine con- Wrote the President himself | resolution calling on Egypt to lift) were evacuated from North Tope-|into transactions with the Iranian the area north northwest of Yanggu, where vicious clos Nations ended suddenly today
tnvies ar “hes = site ate 1. ip Timah ook ec ,| the blockade of the Suez Canal. ka, when the river threatened to]Government to buy oil,” the Com- fighting raged for nearly three weeks. They were sti Both Peking and Pyongyang radios
tinued until Acheson, who served|should run on the platferm, he repeat its meine any would take “all such actions : ;
as presiding officer of the confer-} -utlined here, was 2n open ques- , “ peat its performance of last | P a at attacking in the area, late on Wednesday ; kept up their stream of broadcasts
ii Saude Sek decks Peaiaearon i te h » We - pen St A spokesman said the repot July. However, heavy rains, pre- }4S8- may be necessary nn Farther north. below Kumson blasted Pea jas re | throughout Tuesday,
toda adore but aan sniecatan pe i caneguaaieiad ~ xf ie pe arose through misunderstanding |dicted for the area, failed ta ee in any eee: it the main contingents of thre thi ugh the easy ily pein rd aicnbe: The last delivery of Allied notes
: Pe AT yestern states seemed to re- oj ign Office news con-|, aris is “ - The Company saic at it was ye 3 5 : ouR > eas PINE Gar ‘ . 4 oe ean Peis to
raise points of objection. gard him as a candidate now. oe ee ewan ested Scerradimnate = — a Se adent thet reputable oil aniiie United States Divisions which won | pondering relentles ly at the ba in — Reds \ at ep eercey
Again Russia challenged the 4 Tee Para tin ; e river has levelle es, tanker owners, and brokers|® 17-day battle against the Com- | jered Reds who lost. 26,000 —-on 1 eee rene ene Sma SON. tee
} ruling so it was put to vote on ih After a Democratic Party lunch« whe ther Britain: would Rca a off Army engineers, _ working | Bames, taney ata’ a d vei 7 Mmunists onthe east. central. anc third «ofsthelesteent tna tos ected three Communists protest
. * further steps to carry out the Un uriously 1 t a would have nothing to do with . { the I i ” eutral
floor and was carried by an over-}eon at Fairmont Hotel vesterday steps ast) furiously to plug the dikes pro- tate hg ied! a tn ete »Jcentral Korean defence ling hen they tlerec efore { vi - eens neutrality
3 . ted Nat s resolutio tad ia . ; 1 . | the unlawful actions” of — the they scattered before ad
whelming majority. in which he made an out and out; t€¢ ations res : tecting North Topeka, called for franian Government.—U.P. knock them off their balance for} yvanecing United States marines am |° iolations,
’ n political speech poll party leaders} py, spokesman said consulta- additional equipment, All of the] *** the offensive threatened by the! soldiers. —UP.
Gromykos Points indicated most of them agreed|,, ; allie areteh inc likes, holding back the river were 850,000 Communists, dug in and . ' * >
Gromyko made the following|that the President was ready to} tion with other powers was meh- shattered in the disastrous flood r > . 90, 1 5, dug anc) From the heights won by Unite
rec. vm into the 1052 seen “Itioned as the next step and that n Gisastrous foo¢ ationalist China braced for the expected attacl.! States troop rtillery © poure -
Perel R it lat ,|iump into the 1952 race. when “koméone asked — whether }2" Suly. The main body of Communisi| round after round into K oh t . ye
irstly, Russia wi ater pu fhen § > as q aa ’ a , ‘i round i r roun to K yn
forward “such proposals as_ it His idea was simple: Support the |foree would be used in imple- TREATY REVISION.— Premier Shifts Attitude To troops on Bloody Ridge pulled ou} ihe key Communist troc ps ane
. + ” “ a s “olleague I 2 1D) during the night uppl mitre, / f Inite
considers it necessary to submit.” |democratic state and “you will be| mentation, his colleagu Vas ‘| Alcide De Gasperi left for the 8 Red. ‘1 : 26.000 ipply centre. Ahe | ¢ ih
Secondly, “This conference is}working for the people of the| merely replied; “Of course on United States to seek the revision Ja " io | eds Lose 26, states troops opened long valley .
just starting its work. It is.im-| United States; you will be work-| cannot exclude that pogsibility,” of the Italian Peace Treaty, andj} ” ‘p I eace Treaty A part of one hill on. Bloody}down which Reds must move " \
possible to say how much time it ing for world peace.’ The crowd | But he said Britain had no plans | to press for the return of Trieste TAIPEH Sept. 5 Ridge and a portion of another je irry out the expected counte oO e
will take to consider such a com- yelled with the intensity of fight|to resort to force against Egypt. to Italy, De Gasperi headed first Ationalist thd py pl er Sie tty were secured this afternoon, Three] offensive
plex problem as the Japanese] fans pulling for a knockout.—U.P. —U-P. for Ottawa and the North Atlantie Nhtiona ” : ae Spperen ij miles west of the ridge another} Three United Nations B29s were
Peace Treaty,” — Foreign Ministers’ Conference on |e & sudden shift an Ite artivud “hill was seized and a fourth height. the first to strike at Reds today
Thirdly, Russia “does not im- Senta cS : 7 . spec, | OWard “soft peace” for Japan, a ae einaigns attaole-qith small Otier planes ‘3 anged to the Nort? (From ©.P. and Our Own
pose our point of view on any 7 ry | September 15. But burning intere laid down in the treaty draft be-| under ¢ : a | : | Corr lent)
te rap is centre is subseque “ip te F ; ee ee = sé achine gun to seek out supply columns stil orresponden
one. We do not want anyone to RUSSIANS SEEM TO BE ADOPTING Wimtnehens ny a mee te tore the San Francisco conference a ihe a ttitiars aoe 1 bombere bend t> th Sn é up MIAMI, Florida, Sept, 5
impose on us their views. | Bsinge States ‘ ae : A close study of the official state-| “*" ee Tee iaishiiontebapeibbinteinitescniaetietabtiets A Xen new hurricane, “Fox,”
Fourthly, everyone has “indis- r TI EWISH POLICY dent Truman and the Secretary of ment, released by the Government | pawned far out the ' Easter:

: State, Dean Acheson, : : oe Nie ' th ee eee
putable right to present any pro- A DEFINITE AN -J aves | pokesman, Shen Chang Huan T| attanic to-day as one tropical
= ee ae iioea t th 4 MISSING BISHOP.— Catholic|made two points clear MARSHAL ITO LIKEL y TO JOIN torm approaching Jamaica, lost

romyko's plan to upse a | 5 ERS BELIEVE quarters said that Monsignor Law-| Firstly, the strong exception trength and = another Atlantic
programme was disclosed in a} OBSERV : refice Bianchi, the Bishop Ele , oe” wists y ; j * ~e8y YY ,wWouwr torm whirled toward the Leeward

5 ants i : | en é p Elect 0°} taken to the treaty asa whole. | W j j j ' j

ren ne Re eg A ania YSER i Hongkong is missing in Red Chin Secondly the terms of the draft | ESTERN DEF ENCE s YS TEM ‘No ind areas were threatened
ster, , at ¢ By FAI : ae , 7 : : No d areas were threatenec

. : : y W. A. RYSE jand his fate is unknown. The]will not influence the Nationalis 3
diplomatic reception last night, | ’ 1 Qa - | aN 7 ai : : f . ae . oy any of the disturbances at
after Truman formally opened the LONDON, Sept. 5, clergyman applied several months |Government in any future step DIPLOMATS BELIEVE present, Grady Norton, Chief
conference with a warning ert Observers believe evidence is accumulating that Mos- | ago Pte permission to leave China. |which it might take independents ' Storm Forecaster at Miami
its sole job was to sign the treaty ‘etka . t »0licy sy 7— Premier ssa- |'n establishing a forma! peace with ; i ‘or erver eat mg Si f p
ao ht” i cow is now set on a definitely anti-semitic internal po aI SYMPATHY— Premier Mossa- | avin. Att ceehore athaiel Sebeiay Ry ROBERT JACKSON Weather Bureau, aid, A. shiz
Big Fight and cite the most recent case of an anti-Jewish policy 0*|degh on Wednesday night sen} | rte statement did not reject thi | : potted the Fox near latitude 15

Gromyko asked Younger how aol ti f off ls of Jewish extraction from various | me ssage to Egypt’s Premier, Naha: ra mY Rite TAG tae Faron se es north, longitude 35 west or about
i long he thought the conference the elimination of officials ¢ ¥ 7 Pasha, expressing Iran’s s symp shy trea y as a Ww wi aie fe a de LONDON, Sept. 5 3,200 miles from Miami. The new
he wahoan tae re te ke oe ee of aera aad, _tw ath Egypt wehbe the . Security eg, hy ge soit 4 d N ationali Mar shai Tito has take two large step ; in the directior hurricane was called Fox because

“it should be over in a _ week.’ The Pravda newspaper of the ———— eT re Council’s ruling of the Suez Canai. | “#4 1 @ Secu ee 7 ae or aA f tho V : it is the sixth of the season and F
ANAL | Oe he « Miler ro ; { the West which brought him to the door of the \ rl

Then, Younger asked for]{Soviet Communist Party recently Ohina as a participant in the con 4 ~ { is the sixth letter of the alphabet

Gromyke’s estimate of the meet-]seems to have been particularly ILL REDS.—Major Genera)} ference.—U.P. | Defence system. Whether | vould come in } ~ Storms are given alphabetical de-

ing’s duration. “At least anaes us to ¢ + ose a Varicty a rege Armstrong, Army Surgeon y | guess, but diplomat ; and military leader tewed ( signations as they occur, using

month,” Gromyko answered. ‘buses allegedly committed by | Gene said on Wednesday that ‘ - ignificant” these two developments communications parlance for let-~

The p Li Ae d ae va fh vials of Jew 2 — 1 While 14 among Communist troop U.S, Resentment | ; ' ters: Able for A; Baker for B, and

adier Genera arlo Ronulo y nc: aitacked on racia Kivés ‘appears to have been | i Firstly, the announcem o on, Norton said. Hurricane fox

jovially asked Gronyko "Wire | aes a Jewish cfficials are pic- ” ; . s irae 2 imiral Sir John Erdsten, Com as scovere y a steamshi

i you going 7 start tl bi¢!tured as unscrupulous, grasping a aa aoe THs: Reoublidan Ov er Kore a Bur de i Aing Interrupts , sar ot a mek was Ameer by M Maemahip
O19 and Ifish. They are describec Sars ihe: a ae a avn . | y . inean F ne 1 i t .

ae te by ‘the big fight’, you an by Pr vda as past-masters in the | Senators urged Truman Wednes By RICHARD WITKIN Vacation f Fi oe hour shifting g on the oute:
pee he Big NEAL. Y boa ; 1 dav to try to move Kaesong peace INTT ED TIONS, Sept. 5 | fil , itp edges of the twister

my right to speak and critic cf pumping public money into | talk | ciie tae hear Seoatien of ag cates = 5 a | EON DL i vill it Yugosl Jamaican householde to-das

. J madwy - for g v s a le , : a pad F United Nations Secretary Gen- | sONi ‘ ( : : Jamalcé Once
| boa cal otis oe i ae the Cpa) da’ eee of ane ‘complete neutrality.” They sug- | Tryg i. Lie, called attentior King George VI wi user Liverpool a removed battens from windows,
| romyko replies ! 5 CE é i co € J6 * ’ . " . ” } a a s . -

“The United States and Britain|cublished on Augtst 25 describing nested Switzerland. Wednesday to the considerable | hi Scottish vacatio 1 Reliable sou id doors and roofs, as ir on
| planned to sp2ed the signing c the activities of F. F. Mayski INDIKECT CONTROL.— ‘The|American resentment at the refusal; London Saturday toi pe ‘ visit came ” ro re 7 no ee
| the treaty by limiting al! deleca- cnomiec official and lecturer Canadian Government is going to]ot other nations to shoulder more! cucckup by hi physician . rst offi ca danges o Jamaica from number

. } y . nee th bre aribbean = rricane which passed
tions to sveeches of only cne Four Ise Pretences rely for the present on indirect the load in Korea, innounced Wednesday. The Ki on ‘3 1 an : ‘a are of che teint with
apiece.—U.P, Pals rice controls to combat inflation In his annual report to the forth-| who was reported to hav Witt n arty #30 Ww
After ad pes ace re ion of in Canada ming Paris session of the Gen-| plained of a cold lust Thursd Secondly Tito { aimint vee + vind y¢ er aay, last
| eae eee OC ae PLANE CRASHES. A twinteral Assembly Lie said that de-|ufter a day of grouse “hooting, Pa tre : : and this mornin:
N h i R See ' ae ky ne une aa ae aed engined Cessna plane crashed and |spite this resentment ind some @ moors near his castie at b all ia mS : Gr a i nd if mgr gt ¥ wide
. ence rn . . } ‘ illiance wi rreect ig 1 ‘Yr a wid
Ne ru Le Je € ts impression that Ma ae edu burned in a thickly populated resi-}.ounier criticism from West| moral will come to Londor liplomatice quarter > island during the das
y oe . es te _ denti: sec Anchorage, |furope of United Nations atti-|give his medical advise ; ; rh 7
e - ated not in our country but in “ st i jential ection of : Kooe ) | mxious snquiries
Graham Ss Proposals eieva forcign staf Shale money is sist Tene ete ore al a Alaska, killing _four persons ide toward Communist (¢ hina portunity of a more thorougi vould see Tito duri made at the w aritad a =
i everything. ; I’m waiting for my wife.” The Alaska highway patrol sai United Nations anti-Com-~ amination”, a Buc Kingham P ; ier Saath ma wave of eon bation: fate
NEW DELHI, Sept. 5, | If the Jewish origin of the at- that one person was pulled from|munist majority generally regards [spokesman said. —U.P. INc I aol . } wing the recent hurricane con-
According to a reliable source ‘tacked officials is not obvious from a blazing wreckage but was dead|the Korean campaign as the “turn- = : ae : ;
United Nations Mediator Frank their Russianized names, Pravda London Express Service. en arrival at the Anchorage Hos-|jng point” in the organization’ { W I S U R j
Graham presented Nehru his piv-) sees to it that no mistake is made pital, history, eho ee aise \
shiterts mn of it ad x sir rez 2 s or ; ~ Ts > te at a secti “Ss. ‘
the Jammu Rashmi aa, at foes ae nike stand eee) emir Talal Is | 208" sorte Sep |or the Aweican patte wac'cm'| £34 Kop Contec Cle £5,000 APPROVED FOR
an coe is0, ese vite Be :i/nal names, In recent attacks on mir ala Ss | lost the long fight to retain the iinpd that re es hae ed Os 34 or Jamaica \J'CA HURRICANE RELIEF
fants Gise Suchet” them. | |tews Pravda described activities es ns eo eee : ur houlder’ a dist roportionate bur- (From Our Own Correspondent ae : Cae F r Own Correspondent
Pe of S. 1 Rubin 2a ric yerman assets earmarke yy the . . p : ' . .- a t sh or mul eal ror Jur an. Correa
Graham was expected to leav: na Gal weary eee neerveeh King Of Jordan| Western Allies for paparntipns ‘cen in the application of collectiv ‘| LONDON Sep itn a Pontes: 46° Neil negotiating | GRENADA, Sept. 5
for Karachi to present the sam jals of the USS R. Ministry of | ecurity in Korea and that follows | The sum of ¢34 for jam i anitivars nnderstandins : The Secretary of State anvrove
proposals io Pakistan.—U.P. Agriculture accusing them of em- AMMAN, Jordan, Sept. 5. 81,766 CASUALTIES.- Defence} ng upon Chinese intervention|hurricane relief fund was r itdnabalianiin. Weanno. tu-4hid | tn *5.000 vote of the ee e
sezzling ney from a propagan- . > : i ala!,!| Departmen ednesday reported there, the number of member|this evening at a concert arran ; | Committee o 1e Legislate
bezzling money from a a pagan The Crown Prince, Emir Tala A Depart ; os gat _ ae * port ; ; e t f . . th Ww 1 . i t ehh here appears to be 4 \§ nite ies ane oe ature fo
’ \da fund of one of the Ministry's; was named King of Jordan, when} new to oO 766 American| states have in some cases been|by the West Indian Studen nm ‘ sis kA mes ; : amaica hh i eS a
TO-DAY S WEATHER departments. Partiomenr pn Pair ve approved] battle casualties in the Korean|unwilling and in many cases hesi-{at the Chelsea Town Hall, Hy Y pe 1 ivi ae The St. George’ pwonreas means
| = at” cisic out his| war.—U.P tant to rsort to enforcement of Among artistes taking part, ; ; voted $500 to he Mayor 3
T sak 1 J mt Sov-|the Cabinet's decision abi | ea|K iwston for the same cause.
he Poa re a Sead from j OV~1 ascension to the throne ; Measures, The result has been cer-;of whom gave their services fre ester ted | Kir mn \ a ‘
Sunrise: Sony a.m. t at eco: neat Mo Ga a ora The Prince will officially be ne j‘ain impatience with the Unitedjof charge, were Edric Conne (themselves first th fe
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. |cal eontinuation o scOW'S pre=| slaimed ‘King re l. here t |Nations in some quarters in the! Beryl] McBurnie Boscoe Ho chiner now r
. fe V 18 VOS 1 t Tewis proclaimed ‘King on arrival, he F is mM qt 1 1 y v ou , - i ,
yg rer: write i, chao aie Miciieneid ee tomorrow, from the Swiss clinic T.U.C. Upholds } United States.”—U.P. ‘Louise Bennett, Errol Hill en ea tne ever er| The “ADVOCATE”
Se ; rie ae si ,.|where he has bee dey treat- ae ~—— Peter Rickardo. ve one >» far t
‘ | positions of even modest promin-|] Were he has been unde; a U \
nt 6.09 i oe 7.07 ‘ 12e Thi only field ses Jews|;ment for stomach disorder, The WK. Rearmament WISU are hoping to make « ormally the I c| pays for NEWS
High Tide: 7.11 am.,, 7.07 seem to be Still tolerated is that of | tector have pronounced him Cost Of Rice more on Friday hen ti i i case he tacked a | ° 13
p.m > 12.40 cience, but even there Jewish|cured. Talal’s first act will be to BLACKPOOL. England, holding charit ball in } pears to be in tt . | Dial 31
| Low Tide: 1.00 am, 12. names are now much scarcer ihan|take the oath of Kingship before] Powerful Trades Union Con- Rises In B G Horticulture! Holi in Mt sible tig ir th Yu Day or Night
| p.m. before the war. the two Houses of Parliament, gress (TUC) overwhelming|y = Square. Music will be provi rough Gree 22)
—U.P. —U.P. upheld Britain's rearmersent and | ; Trinidad’s all steel band | a “a
‘ : ‘ ee 5 e From Our Gwn Correspondent seat & 7 bee .
foreign policy today to strengthen GEORGETOWN. Sept. 5
IC T ‘Tr - : os “~ - os ieee in Rice prices are up in B.G
ace of Soviet armed might, Sum wholesale a bag of 180 Ibs gro “a N
E ARBITRATION BOARD NOW f Soviet arm Sup wholesale a bag Boel é
j UY , port came in rejection of a Resolu- p,, wn ‘A’ or White ‘A’ costs! Mf A
fon at a es ting > which ~ r Ps
- . : me re ee Tt C meeting he Js a $13.45, Brown ‘3’ $11.70, White ‘B 7 7 ILIA! : /
EE ING IN CA RB vould have implied that Britai: $1.50 0 Bh RE: OF I: A e J L
f ; 2 OR nor ghar pe av. - ] ‘4p fil tu
= , and the West have not dor Retail Brown ‘A’ and White ‘A < € s
*nough to find a settlement witt ;
F eater . . eight cents per pint; Brown ‘B’
From Our Own Correspondent ; Trinidadians piefer, was being|evidence heard, Dr. Clyde « uSsia } ‘ and White ‘B’ seven cents per OTTAWA, Sept. 4 o nted by the United Kingdom in 1949 to sas
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 5. sold at eight cents per pound, clared that the arbitrat oud The motion Was ove rwhelmins pint é a tion of Commonwealth L. D y ( High | dollar:. Last November it w ie
The Rice Arbitration Board is|and that Trinidad’s total subsidy! have to considet as in the} ' deteated ‘on the voite of vo ; ons against | cided that this cut should be re-
now meeting im camera to fix on rice was $128 000. D’Aguiar,|minds of the contracting wees vt TUC Se leks elanieis ‘i . ra ea countries i Wi laxed but with new financial
pric which would be binding on|in his closing .remar ks, asserted when the contract was m ade wi f Vint é os eae ek Miele Ge Diamond Rush to reopened at meeting of trade in troutles besetting Britair t ap
all parties conc erned The Box that if the price aparde to B.G. grades are comparable in the me : ! it i Re pedi parent! , € Finance Minister ( pearvd likely she may kK tl re-
closed its _ publir ession t was \ rm h below the he rid ing of the contract. what is meant |" I - Aa ah 9 sal + : Ain LONDON, Sept, 5, a t Janu laxetions be revoked.
morning ifield and D’Aguiar ! pl he ontract| by the phrase “based on the pre face: & canta 2 apeur! hk" Glamond Lat tne comet sal it ! tiie Canada has consistently ap}
cial s machee would othe lt ean aot ete i 3evan's h 2 y oO Mamotr ist as ! . I 1a 3

e aye ea apes Pande gree = a. DA Dean Nae ne ; Labour Party Premicr British Guiar following the; F } ed for greater relaxations t
Ho To} Clvd tre . { A ; One price te reasonabl Clement Attle programme discover f 500-carai perfect! ad te °o crease export of ( anadian good
* tor . lta the a Sik: Saladin of slowing dow iment gems in the Cuyuni River district 1 i } ‘ to Commonwealth countrie
a ; Ri “a . tome r ocia C epo Georgetowr i her ike t Pk ‘ 7

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I ! vi K
Ministry l Avi !
I 1 i Curbo-je il t
H 1 0 he oppor ity
t er the vir al play of the
Sc ty of British Aircraft Con-
tructors, and to consult the Colo-
nial Offic 1 Civil Aviati mat-
ters conce he British Carib-



Are

Help Day Nursery

At TENDING the dance at the
Drill Hail tomorrow Just





of helping the newly

New Have Day Nursery

rgeant Village, Christ

h. Many well known. art-

istes will be contributing and the

Police dance orchestra will suppl)
the music.

The dance is under the patron-

age of Mr, and Mrs, Fred Goddard

With T.L.L.
M* DENIS RICARDS
a from Trinidad y

arrived

esterday





afternoon by B.W.1.A, to spend
twelve days’ holiday in Barbados,
He is staying with the Challenors
t “Buckden” t. Joseph Denis



Leaseholds

works with rinidad
Litd.. in Trinidad

Also with T.L.L. and arriving
by the same plane Mr. Ed-
ward Jardine He here for a



few days staying with the Sumner-
of “Windover”, St. Peter,

Moore
Enjoying Himself
R. GEORGE SPRINGER who
M is on taff of the Trinidad

Guardian arrived here on Monday

yn a three-week vacation He is
staying at Indramer Guest House,
Worthing.

This is the third time that Mr.
Springer has visited Barbados and
he told Carib yesterday that al-
ready he is enjoying himself as
much as he did on his previous
visits

Not Easy
R. G. E. MiLLS, Liaison Offi-
cer for West Indian students

1 specially
»w students
have re-
university
academic

Mr. Mills

in Britain is havin
busy time just now.
from the West Indies
cently arrived to start
courses when the new
year begins in October.
says it is not easy to make ar-
rangements for them all. Some,
unfortunately. come without hav-
ing made adequate preliminary
arrangements.





THE
4



BY THE WAY...

i
discovered

L AWYERS have
4

another possible problem in
international relations. By the
Chicago Convention of 1944 it
recognised that every State has
complete overeignty over the
airspace above its territory

But the lawyers want to know
what will happen when rocket
atellites are whizzing around and
round the earth several times a
day. How high does sovereignty
extend? And what is a protesting
country to do about it? Moreover,
if a rocket fired at the moon passes
over the territory of a State which
has not given its permission fot

CROSSWORD







Across
1. Pointless. (5)
4 and ¥ Down. Farinaceous blues.
(il) 6. Book One. (7)

take. (6)
ed in Pat's crowa,
vental to a penny.

10. Just a
€ 3

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is decapitated

BS. (4)
6 Across,

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(3)














s don s >. (5)
I uner, (4)
In Seandi a law court; here
1b is oh ean t . (5
28. Sort of job we all get, (4)
Down
!. Drink Pindar called heavenly. (6)
§. Distribution of nerves, (9)
a. it g. (6)
>». & 4@ piace to peruse in. (¥)

but noton the level. (8)
1G)

miude of mixed beers. (4)
, t ll. Fastening. (7)
18 Uneurs culture is a last

(3)
ts of 8 Down (3)

RAYON SPUNS (all Shade

WRAYON SATINS
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GASTON DOMINGUEZ
Third Visit

oe his third holiday visit

in Barbados is Mr. Gaston
Dominguez who along with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Raul Dom-
inguez arrived from Venezuela a
few days ago. They are staying at
the Marine Hotel.

Gaston was first here in Decem-
ber 1949 and again in August 1950,
He is one of Venezuela's foremost
swimmers and has been swimniing
sineg,he was five years old. He is
now twenty.

Since his last visit Gaston has
put on quite a lot of weight and
is now sporting a G.I. haircut.

Days

the passengers arriv-

ing from Trinidad yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. were Mr
Frank Nothnagel and Mr. Vincent

Five
MONG

Pereira, Here for about five days,
they are guests at Barbados
Aquatic Club.

“dir. Nothnagel is a Director of
Bottler’s Ltd., both in Trinidad and
Berbados. Mr. Pereira is Secre-
iacy of the Trinidad Branch

At Home

SRS. FERNANDO and Paul
Tudor were “At Home” to
members of the B.G, Queen's Col-
lege team and several Barbadian
youngsters on Monday night.



The party was held at ‘“Lemon-
grove’, Westbury New Road, the
home of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. A, Tudor.

During the evening they
ntertained by a film show

ADVENTURE!

were



Or

By

such an escapade, the crew may
plant its own flag on an inter-
»lanetary island anchored in space,
and thus start a war about 751,368
feet up. And if all space belongs
to one country or another, some-
body is sure to fortify the moon
against landings, on the plea that
the space immediately beneath the
moon is part of his country’s
national space,

The Hidden
Rhinoceros (LV)

said Sztetzonhatty “you
have come al] the way from

"C10.”

__ England to bring us a sausage,”

“Ah”, Driftwood-Dawkins,

an ordinary one, It

said

is the most powerful sausage in
iEurope, containing chemicals
hitherto unknown even to food
experts. Have no fear’—for the
Director and his interpreter had
drawn back in alarm—‘“this is

only a dummy. I have the formula

\by heart.” Gingerly the Director
handled the non-deadly article
Then he pressed a bell, “Send

Professor Munkibiznes,” he said
o an orderly, An aged man with
piercing blue eyes shuffled into
the room. “In your opinion, Pro-

4

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MAIC journalist, Mr. A 5 " President Tri:aan, a music
J E I Henr is giving aj @ What kind of women will be fight- } sche , and other Washington
eries of talks on the, B See; ing for seats in Parliament at the | cpera-goers are not going to see
overse programme is sub- ; {ballet beauties sweepin cross
; ! } > ‘ aut sweeping a
ject is Charles Dicken’s “Great| next General Election ? f Here are {the stage in “Die Fledermaus” |
Expectations”. Sa the three latest Tories to join the 19 |(The Bat) to the music of
falking about proadcasting, : : Johann Strauss’s waltz tune,}
M Shelia Stradling, producer of oleyady in the field... | “Roses of the South’. |
the B.B.C, West African pro- a > 7 | This is because Washington |
gramme, says that quite a large by EILEEN ASCROF' | considers itself a city of the
number of listeners in West | South, and southern cities do not
Africa have sent letters to her. HRE® attractive women are hoping jadmit Negroes to theatres for!
They wish to hear Lord Kitchener that rumours of an October Genera} lw hite audiences. }
in the West African programme. Election come true. Britain’s Rudolf Bing, manager |
Beginning last week, Lord All are unmarried. live at home like clothes, of New York’s Metropolitan |
Kitchener was featured in West lead busy professional lives. and will contest ies S ek ’ |
African programme, Northern industrial seats Spots, 1s easing s company of
Meanwhile Lord Kitchener is| |100 to 50 cities to stage “Die)

busy composing a new calypso in
anticipation of the Sugar Ray
Robinson-Dick Turpin fight this
month in America,

250th Birthday

HE Ven. F, J. Streetly, Arch-
deacon of Tobago, and the
Nev. H, D, C. Edmondson, Rector
cf Snowdon, Jamaica, are among
twelve overseas people invited by
the Society for the Propagation of
the Gospel to take a special part
in the Society's 250th birthday
celebrations.

They will travel through Britain
describing the work of the Society
in other countries. Both West
Indians are well fitted for this
duty. Mr, Streetly is an English
priest who has spent all his 25
years ministry in the West Indies,
and Mr. Edmondson, who trained
at St. Peter’s College, Jamaica, is,
in the words of the iseop of |
Jamaica, “young and very promis-
ing.”

The celebrations have provided
an opportunity to show the two-

way flow of the World Church.
Rarlier this year, six English
bishops were commissioned to

greetings overseas,

Two Weeks !

R. and Mrs, Peter McGlade |
came in on B.W.1.A.’s flight
from Trinidad yesterday to spend
two weeks’ holiday in Barbados.
They are staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.
Mr. McGlade is a
B.W.1.A. pilot,

Second Book

R. DENNIS DUPERLEY, who

works at the “Kensington
News,” London, returned from the
Continent last week. Dennis visit-
ed Paris and Venice and met many
Continental journalists, He is now
engaged on writing a second book
of short stories to be published by
Collins.

PIPA

carry

former



P18

Vaz Dias tnt Amsterdam

Cooevriaht

Beachcomber

“would it be possible to construct
a sausage of breakfast size so
poisonous that the mind recoils
from contemplating it?’ Munki-
biznes breathed on his spectacles
and replaced them, more heavily
clouded than before, on his nose.
“Food experts,” he said, “have al-
ready performed marvels, The
difficulty would be to make
people eat such a thing.” Sztetzon-
hatty drew himself up proudly.
“We may safely leave that part
ef the affair,” he said. “to Diet-
Controller’ Boildkabij and __ his
very capable staff.”

Eat what you Wear

HEN I announced that hats
were to be made of cheese-
rind and blotting paper, it must

have been a double misprint, I
have just read that hats have
been made from peanuts and
dried milk in Manchester, This

means that West End hatters will
soon keep herds of cows, and em-!
ploy statisticians to compute the
hat-yield- per cow. Since such
hats can be made palatable by
the addition of a pinch of salt,
hatters ought to do a_ roaring
trade, Eat What You Wear And















fessor,” asked the Director, Make Ends Meet.
: yn tho Sarewror
fete ait UN: QAILVE LEI su
- “oe —~-; a y-
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\ iT) au
ee an : ig
\ st ; “p). , ee
‘ 1 | ; ae » feal
X al] bf . rd
| % ar ‘
| ¥ | \\
rr \S
tc4 I :
g vaits for him very nervously while
et the others look at a safe distance, i
‘ . row af k faces. but Please tell me who you are and {
wes torward the others where | am," pleads Rupert, He
e W le y're listens carefully while the other
thinks. He kes some queer jerky sounds,
endly way and at t although he tries hard. wot a
| t r y ve little darkies word can he understand.









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Fledermaus.”

They are the three iates young Tories to be
@S prospective candidates With 12
others, 1 But the company belongs to the|

and six women members ot



pe ao lige Rr eters : one actors’ union, Equity, which bars!
IRUNE ERVYN PARNICOTY PIKE, war- its members from appearing in
time WAAF with a Reading University any theatve practising racial dise

onours degree
Psychology, is 32.
Her home and job are in the heart of the
Potteries. and she wil) stand for Pontefract
For five years she has been manag
director of'a family potrery business whic
employs 200 men and women
Although she nas many country interests .. '
gardening and visiting horse and agricu!turat
shows ., Miss Pike confesses that she “ loves
dressing up for spectal occasions.” Most ol
her wardrobe. including country tweeds. is in
shades of plue. “because I have blue eyes.”
Socia! weliare is her chief women’s concern
and she has made a study of child guidance
clinics.

THE HEADMISTRESS

MARJORIE STEWART GRANT became head
mistress of Cale Green Infants’ Schoo! when
she was 26

She lives with her parents and, like most
daughters living at home, has to do her shar
of cooking. shopping. cleaning and gardening
The housewile's cost-of-living headaches
not just paper problems to her Pretty,
headed, with grey eyes. Miss Grant descri
herself as “the tailored type.” but she has

in Economics and Socia!
So The Bat is going to wing
past the nation’s capital.
Here's A UChance
AN ANONYMOUS benefactor
offers to pay a way through the
Roman Catholic University of
Notre Dame for any cadets ex-
pelled from West Point Miltary
, Academy The probable number
-90. Each student’s fee at Notre |
Dome— £480 to £5600.
Double Or Quit?
GENERAL EISENHOWER can
never be President, say the su-
perstitious, because he does not
have double letters in his name.
All Presidents have hag such
letters for the last half-century.
Samples: the double R ‘in Harry
Truman, the double O in Roose-
velt and Hoover
On the other hand, a student
has chalked a one before the New

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. : | OPENING OPENING
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Interests ou: and school cover



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Unusual secret for so young a
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JOAN AILSA BLAOKIE is a 28-

. peacock blues and_ greens;
year-old temporary civil servant{|magenta or coral; green char-
in the Ministry of Supply at Liv-| treuse, “shocking” pink.
erpool When she stands for .

Wigan at the next election she). Paris adds a natural chamois

will be the second youngest Tory leather belt and gloves; London
woman candidate. shows it with crisp white acces-

sories,

Fair, blue-eyed, plumpish, Mids
Blackie lives with her mother and Make-up to complement it
looks after her own garden. Her|Should be warm-toned, achieved
chief interests are home and fam-|â„¢more by a colourful foundation
ily probleme. than by rouge, Lipstick should be

For home and office Miss Blackie |S1!0"g With a blue tone, It need:
likes simple tailor-mades. “Far|definite eye make-up, too. Blue
the easfest style for a career girl,” | Mascara and shadow are striking
she says. Hobbies range from sport | With blue eyes; green for hazel or
to ballet, all kinds of reading,|areen eyes, and for brown eyes
classical music and jazz. there is a becoming new violet.

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—LES.

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JERUSALEM, Sept, 5,

Diplomatic sources said
Crown Princess of Jordan started
egal proceedings to gain divorce
from her husband Emir Talal, the



newly proclaimed King of Jordan.

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Trust

SEPTEMBER 6,

1951

Funds

Administered

WE PUBLISH to-day certain reports dealing with
affairs of the Port-of-Spain City Council which have come

from His Worship the Mayor.

(1) Report dated June 20,

They areas follows:
1951, from Mr. C. W. Hodges,

Director of Audit, to His Worship the Mayor, Councillor

Raymond Hamel-Smith,

on the subject of a dishonoured

A report from Mr. Hodges to the Mayor dated July 3,

1951, from Mr. L. K. Trotman,

Examiner of the Director of Audit’s staff, to the Director

cheque,
(2)
1951, on the subject of Trust Funds
(3) A report dated June 26,
of Audit.
(4) A further report from
July 6, 1951.
The following ig Mr. Hodges’

report to the Mayor on the subject
of Trust Funds :

I have the honour to refer to
your letter of the 25th of June,
1951, on the subject of Trust
Funds and to submit herewith a
copy of the report of my exam-
iner who carried out a joint sur-
vey with an officer of the
Corporation.

2. I recommend that all these
funds should be incorporated, in
the main accounts of the Con-
poration by means of Deposit Ac-
counts. I shall, of course, be glad
to discuss the detailed arrange-
ments with you or your staff if
you so desire.

3. I strongly recommend that
all remittances received should be
taken to account in the Cash
Book on the same day they
are received, and that under no
circumstances should any officer
of the Corporation be allowed to
hold back remittances for any
reason whatsoever. It is empha-
sised that a receipt must be
issued and the amount must be
taken to account in the Cash
Book on the day the remittance
ig received. It may mean that a
number of items will have to be
posted to Suspense Accounts but
it is absolutely essential from a

as

point of view of control that no
unrecorded remittances are held.
Report of
- .
Examiner
Mr. Trotman’s report to Mr.

Hodges is as follows

With reference to the Mayor’s
Letter, attached and dated the
25th June, 1951, I submit the fol-
lowing Report on the subject

mentioned below.

Check of Sundry Cash and
Funds in the custody of the Town
Clerk found in his desk and the
Vault Safe carried out on the 25th
June, 1951.

Town Clerk’s Desk :— Mayor's
Fund—$156.90 .



A Book of Account was found
and scrutinised. The balance as
at the 2list March, 1951, was
$150.68, but the Cash produced
was $88.20 in an envelope plus
the amount standing to the
credit of the Fund according to
the Government. Savings Bank
Pass Book, Account No. 838522,

amounting to $68.70
total of $156.90.
reveals an excess ir

making a
This therefore

Cash of $6.22

The following Statement bears
this out: —
Balance at 1.1.51 $205.68

Receipts to 21.6.51 $ 35.00
$240.68
Payments to 21.6.51 $ 90.00



Balance 3150.68
Cash in hand $88.20
Cash in Bank $68.70 $156.90

Excess Cash $ 6.22

This Fund is financed from
monies donated by individuals and
firms for the privilege of using
certain open spaces and. for the
purpose of undertaking certain
types of Advertisement Campaigns
in the City for which the Council
cannot legally charge a Fee,

The funds are used for any
purpose as the Mayor may direct.

Gavt. Debentures

From this Statement it will be
seen that the Fund has $2,406



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the Director of Audit, dated
worth of Government 4% Deben-
tures under ,the Ord. 41/1931.
These are lodged with Barclay’s
Bank for safe keeping and the
Bank also act as Agent for the
collection of the Interest as it

becomes due
CAPTAIN CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
FUND—8$9,583.00,

1 was informed that this Fund
was created by Public Subscrip-
tions for the purpose of erecting
a Memorial over the grave of the
late Captain Cipriani.

No Cash Book or Record Book
was found and in the circum-
Stances it was impossible to tell
how the Fund functioned,

The Cash position was obtained
from the Barclay’s Bank State-
ment which showed a balance on
deposit at the 3lst December, 1950
of $9,386.25 and from an envelope
in the Vault Safe which contained
cash as follows

Notes ‘ $
Cheque No. 53438





62.00
2.00





No. 582277 $ 92.00
Coins $ 75
TOTAL $196.75

It would seem therefore that the
Fund is worth $9,583.00,

The Acting Town Clerk has been
asked to obtain a Bank Certificate
to substantiate the Bank Balance
of $9,386.25.

Unclaimed Money
$72.13

The sum of $72.13 was found in
envelope with the name of
Franchi written on it. From
inquiries it was learnt that this
amount has been unclaimed for a
considerable length of time
CHEQUES AND POSTAL
DERS—$421.40

(a) No. D/589115 for $30.50
dated 10.5.50—H. Pitts—Rates 45
Syndenham Avenue,

(b) No, 26/AU/83302 for $33.33
dated 11.11.48—Procope & Clarke
—Rates 14 Gonzales Hill,

(ec) No, 26/BJ/69680 for $119.99
dated 13,12.50—Pollonais & Blane
-—Rates 10 Tragarete Road.

(d) No, 216907 for $2.00 dated
10,10.50—J. L. Kelshall—Rates 24
Cornelio Street

(e) No. 26/X/03496 for $120.24
dated 20.10.49—Barclay’s Bank—
Rates 9 George Street,

(ft) No, F/74630 for $82.74 dated
14.6.48—George Attin.s

OR-





(g) Postal Order No, 50337 for
36c. dated 14.4.49—A Johnston—
Rates 111 Charlotte Street

(h) No, 318164 for 28 dated
2.12.50—-M, Milne—Rates 39 & 39A
Industry Lane

From all appearances these

cheques and the Postal Order were
received by the Town Clerk for
the payment of Rates or Charges,
It seems from letters attached to
them and addressed to the Debtors
that the amounts were inadequate
to settle their indebtedness on the
various properties, hence their
retention by the Town Clerk,

Cheques Entered

On my suggestion the cheques

‘e entered in the Register and
sed immediately to the Cashier
* action. I suggested this pro-
cedure as I was a bit dubious as}
to whether the Banks would hon- |
our some of them having regard
to the dates on which they were}
drawn. This point will be kept in
view and any difficulty arising |
therefrom will be reported,



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

P.O.S. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS

PROBLEM which Deatville’s wealthy visitors are talking about is

eye? For days he hid it behind dark glasses.





How did Aly Khan get his black

Then the glasses were discarded,

Still with a dark bruise, he went to the Casino, He was photographed with U.S. heiress Doris Duke

and her former husband, Porfirio Rubirosa.

MISCELLANEOUS CASH— $11.97

The following amounts were
found in desk drawer and could
not be linked with any Fund or
Account;—

(a) Cash in Tin—$9.20

(b) Envelope containing a Gen-

eral Purposes Mis. Receipt for
$3.00 and 52 cents in cash, On
the envelope is a note “re com-

plaint v. Webster.”

(c) Loose change amounting to
$1.49 and a 2 cent stamp.

(d) Envelope containing 24
cents with the name La Roche
written on it.

(e) Envelope containing 50
cents.

VAULT SAFE—
MISCELLANEOUS CASH— $19.06
(a) Envelope containing 16 cents
(b) Envelope containing $14.98
(c) Envelope containing $1.26




(d) Envelope containing $2.66
From notes written on the en-
velopes it was ascertained that

these various sums represented
change due to persons who rem
ted certain amounts for payme
of rates which amounts were in
excess of the rates due,

JUICY SWEET DRINKS—$15.60

The sum of $15.60 was found in
an envelope marked “Juicy Sweet
Drinks $15.60.”

CAPTAIN CIPRIANI MEMORIAL
FUND CASH—$196.75

This cash has already
commented on earlier in the
port.

GENERAL

In addition to the foregoing a
Clerk in the Town Clerk’s Office
receives money from the Public
for the purpose of registering
Deeds of Leases and Deeds of
Surrender on behalf of the Coun-
cil’s Solicitors, Messrs. Procope &
Clarke.

These sums do not form part of
the Council’s Cash but are kept
by the clerk who makes payments
and any necessary refunds,

Souvenir Fund

CRICKET SOUVENIR FUND—
$750.04.

It has been ascertained that this
Fund was created by Public Sub-
scriptions for the purpose of wel-
coming the last West Indies
Cricket Team that toured the
United Kingdom and to present to



been
re-

the members of the team suitable
medals,
It was impossible to scan any

entries as no Cash Book or Record
Book was found.

According to Barclay's
Book No. 1143, the sum of $750.04
was standing to the credit of the
Fund at the 23rd of February, 1951.

Bank

















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broke out into a big smile. In fact she
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TION FUND—$257.47



From information obtained thi
Fund created some 12 years age
for defraying the expenses of il-
luminating and decorating the
Public Squares and the Civil
Buildings on a certain Discovery
Day.

This Fund has apparently not
functioned since 1940 and the
amount standing to its credit on
the 17th October, 1940 as per



Barclay’s Bank Pass Rook No, 960%
is $257.47.

No Book of Account was found
PRINCESS MARY NURSING
FUND—$6.77.

From certain records eer |
came to the conclusion that this
Fund was set up some time in 1923
for the granting of Medals ke
Nurses.

A type of cash book was seen
and it was written up to the 3list
December 1949

A Barclay’s Bank Pass Book wa
produced and the balance at the
30th November, 1950, was $6.77.

In the absence of any proper

Cash Book I have compiled the



following Statement fron the
Bank Pass Book:—
Balance at 1.1.50 $446.66
Receipts: —
Intst. on $2,400
Govt. Debentures
Ord. 41/1931 $96.00
Less Comm. $ 50
$95.50
Bank Intst. $ 5.22 $100.72
$547.38
Payments :—
Medal $395.61
$125.00
Secretary $ 20.00 $540.61
Balance $ 6.77
Pass Book Balance $ 6.77
This Statement has been pre
pared for the period 1,1.50—21.3.51

A Further Report

The further report by Mr
Hodges, dated July 6, was as fol-
lows:

I have now made further en-
quiries into this affair. The ac-
eounting system at the Town Hall
is not very satisfactory in some
respects and does not give a full
history of such cheques
received, but I am rez
isfied that the actus
events was as follows:






onably sat-
sequence of









i) On the 31st of May. 1950 an
amount of $762.20 was paid to the
City Council Relieving Cashier for
House Rate due on twenty-six
properties for which Ward |
agent teceipts Nos, 43951-43976 |



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Apparently the sum of $782.20 in-
cluded a cheque for $419.20 and
$363.00 in cash

(ii) The cheque for $419.20 was
never presented to the Bank. It
was held as part of the cash bal-
ance until the 2nd of August, 1950
when it disappeared from the cash.

(iii) The cash balance on the
evening of the 2nd of August 1950
inchided a cheque for $372.40
which also was never presented to
the Bank. It was held as part of
thé cash balance until the 9th of
August, 1950 when it disappeared
from the cash,

(iv) The cash balance on the
evening of the 9th of August, 1950
included a cheque for $250.60
This was held as part of the cash
balance until the 30th of Decem-

ber, !950 when it was presented to
the Bank, The Bank informed the
Town Clerk on the 2nd of Janu-
ary, 1951 that this cheque could
not be met and it was retrieved
from the Bank. No entries were
made im the Cash Book, but the
Bank was given the equivalent
sum in eash on the 8th of January,
1951, and on the evening of that
day the cheque reappeared in the
ish balance. It was held as part
of the cash balance until the 6th of
April, 1951 when it disappeared
from the cash without being pre-

sented again to the Bank, It can
be verified that this cheque was
drawn by Ward.

(v) The cash balance on the
evening of the 6th of April, 1951
included a cheque for $233.80
This was held as part of the cash
balance until it was found there
by the audit survey on the 14th
cf June, 1951 As jalready re-
ported this cheque was presented
io the Bank and returned but wa

entually redeemed by a firm of



licitors. There is some doubt
ibout the client on whose behalf
he solicitors were acting The
heque was drawn by Ward
Dates Important
2. The dates are of significance
{ () The 31st of May is the last
day on which house rates may be
{paid without surcharge. No sur-
harge was levied on the rates

which were covered by the cheque
| for 9449 20, although it is evident

|



that officers of the Council wer
well aware that the cheque could
nol be met since it was newer pre
ented to the Bank. The Council

wi therefor deprived of

charge by this strategem

ii) The 30th of December,
19 was the last working day of
thet year and it had been sug-
g-sted that a survey should be

1cid on the cash on the first work-



i day of 1951 The cheque
f $250.60 appears to have been
s to the Bank on the 30th of
Doocember so that it would not be
included in the cash when the
survey was held There was n¢
tine for the Bank to return the
eneque before the anticipated
time of the survey.

} There is nothing in the
books which can conclusively
preve that the cheques for
$119.20 and $372.40 were drawn
by Ward. There is no register of
cheques received over the coun-
ter, and the only documentary
evidence that these cheques ever

sted is the Cashier’s daily



siatement of cash in hand which
records the amounts of cheques
Meld, but gives no details of them.
There should however be plenty



of oral evidence that they were
Ward cheques

4. It will be seen that for a
continuous period of over a year

~with the exception of the period
the 30th December, 1950
to the 8th of January 195l1—one
cr other of these cheques wa
included in the cash balance
These cheques were valueless
and were merely treated as
7.0.U The cashier’s daily state-
ment of cash in hand, on which
h cheques were listed, was
tigned every day by the Cashier

1 the Accountant and was ini-

riled every day by the Town
Clerk It must be assumed that
ihese three officers all knew of
the existence of the cheques.

Cash Survey

5. The ordinary books of ac-
count did not record the dealings
in these cheques at all, and they
could only have been discovered
by the Audit examiners at a cash
survey. Such surveys are nor-
mally held twice a year and the
first survey in 1950 was held on
the 2nd of May. Unfortunately
the second survey in 1950 was
never held. This |was because
there were heavy arrears of work
to make up and a special investi-
gation was made into the store
accounts in that half year, It wag
known that all the senior officers
ehecked the cash and it seemed
that there was little risk in omit

from



DUNLO

CAR TYRES ~~

ting the survey. In March 1951
the officer who was in charge of
the Port-of-Spain Corporation
Audit had to be moved to other
work and his successor did not
take over until May. ‘This caused |
a delay in making the survey in|
1951. It is regretted that the

cbsence of surveys enabled these
srregularities to continue longer
than they could otherwise have
done, but it must be emphasised
that the possibility of three sen-
jor officers of the Corporation
acquiescing in such irregularities

had not beet considered

6. There is a separate matter
involving the Town Clerk which
must now be reported. As soon

the Mayor obtained the per-
onal letter written by Mr. Far-
rell to Mr. Lassalle he asked me
to investigate the various special
unds referred to in that letter
I was not previously aware of
the existence of those funds as
they were not recorded anywhere
n the accounts of the Corpora. |
tion They had therefore never
previously been checked. A copy

of the report of my examiner on
these accounts is attached, and I
also attach a copy of a memor-
indum which I wrote to the

Mayor on the question, The poai-
tion revealed by the report is very
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951



Lost £5.000 Tan) AS | SiE IT FROM |
ONE HOUR eye

B. TIMOTHY
DEAUVILLI (By SIDNEY RODEN)



TO-DAY’S QUOTATION
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Under the glittering chandeli« sometimes a couple of women a, LONDON, August 30, e
GOODWILL VEEISSTION | oa Piptoude WME pared onset" Me, een See vee Recre-| : .
ing like an illuminated weddin the tables has not yet reached the|t@ry of State for the Colonies after, the) ADVOCATE STATIONERY
THE people of the British West Indies = ger bs oan peor P are eee ~ et ie oe, General Election last year, it was assumed
and especially of Barbados will welcome | goir i i day 5 big on tot es has seen{i some quarters that he was keeping the | Sooo5cencesoenosoaSeccon colon onan noeneeeeenNt
the visit of Mr. Bernard Braine, M.P. on Pht iies a ke dicey ts BU none ie place warm for Mr. Creech Jones, who had|
his one-man goodwill mission Gambk have been winnin These nope eaters bee x lost his seat. But bye-election has followed
2 3 : £50,000 £60,000 a night, and strange life. ; bye-election without Mr. Creech Jones re- ( H A I N S
In recent years (¢ olonial affairs have Be wn sunt a Sinem mats Play begins at the Casino at 3}turning to Westminster, and if Mr. Creech |§
tary discussions because of the growing . Papas r. More than £400,000 breuxfast about 2 p-m., in time to}ment’s ranks, it is unlikely he would displace | y For Every Purpose m= mm
importance of the colonies to Great Britain en Ee nid -ahik ah Sic take their places. Mr. Griffiths. rc

;. ey . ;
and what they mean in world affairs, If | M. Heliopoulcs, of the bacy jaoemally play until 7

; a GRE S p.m., and go to their hotels for a “ee 1% GALVANISED 1%"; 3/16"; 14” 1%”
for no other reason that the standard of rapes eet’ a uk Dubos ie uight lucy at 7.30 p.m. Mr. Griffiths, an excellent House of Com-|§ IRON %”
é 3, & Z NV i ’ i

life in imperial countries can only. be less
maintained when the colonial units pro-
vide markets for their exports, the colo-"| ee po,
nies are important. But within recent years businessman, heads the season's
it has been shown that the contributions | Pevy 0! ptian gamblers who
f ‘ have astonished the franc-starved
of men and material which the colonies 3ritish. One night he won £92,000
can make in times of war, and their strate-

s than two hours

Always Grave
Handsom blue-eyed

{hey ves. til dinner at from|mons man, makes the most of his briefs. He| y

10 p.m, to 11.80 p.m, i » Ved ; ‘ 7 j 5
‘ ure playing again before}SPeaks with feeling about colonial problems |}

often continue tofand is recognised as sincere, even by colonial)

hesheret Gadltemins a kept the ! people who oppose Colonial Office policies.
following afternoon, , sey » 5
At the tables through the night} The strength of his position as Colonial| %

~ drink whey and champagne] Secretary is largely due to the initial success} s
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| mer the Prince Said Toussoun, a cousin ample, tells me his £500,000-a- trans. lsen i ©Ga yearend hi have had widespread repercussions, On the}
| greater voice in the administration of their of King Farouk, who keeps a stud eal inating has been cut bY Nico Zographos, He is the founde: whole they have been favourably received|
| internal affairs and it has been agreed that | ef 60 horse Deauville, told One-third. Some of them will 4° the Greek syndicate which has





rp ; £109,000. Flunkeys dressed in green ana}be achieved earlier this year in regard to)
gic positions, especially in the Western At roulette one afternoon this PUL MAMARANEE OF PARODA old. Hoary Wick matches to okt Leritical problesis: ii dace say|%
Hemisphere, are considerations which add week he pu separate bets on holder, casually lose £5,000 in an the cigars. ‘ Before each player aiid ne eee i. pe to mer cl 5 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
to their importance No, 32 and oe of arenes " hour's bacearat, She has been the the stacks of million-franc ob- .
« . surroun ? Starkec

Beyond these general considerations, the
West Indies occupy a very particular place

£1250 t olden ball ran
and No, 32 came up. He won
£12,000





most venturesome of the Indian
potentates and their wives,
Many are here, but they are no

long plaques—red 442 by 314
inches each worth £1,000—
rise and fall,

East Africa’s difficulties, but it did provide
the badly needed breathing space. Mr.



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Wiiasein Pasha’s $ace is sat w longer star gamblers. aa aes ao stacks of £500] Griffiths contributed to his East African
> affs r Greg ritai } st shetaanedpaine iovoeinnings The maharajahs of Gwalior, *"° Fheva-' geehade me ; :¢} achievement chiefly by his visit to the terri-
in the affairs of Great Britain, With most | whether losing or winning. |. Nabha, and Morvi have chanced . Jf they lose the gamblers write moons 2 oe ’Phones ; 4472 & 4687 BECKWITH STORES
of the other parts of the Empire already gyi ald tae a out chits which ihe cashiers debit

elamouring for independence, these col
onies constitute one of the last sections
which give her the status of Empire.

The West Indies have reached a stage
of development where they now claim a

federation is the only means of giving ade-

quate expression to the ideal.

. The economic condition of these colonies
too, has attracted the attention of peoples



cheaper tables the baccarat s
is like a meeting of silent images.

But Mahommed Sultan Pasha,
cotton magnate, is another Egyp-



tian who has virtually a reserved ‘

seat at baccai He gambles every
day at the race nd goes direct to
the Casino

me
“Some of countrymen are
not used to gambling but are

so used to having a lot of money
that they play as though the
plaques were just pieces of bone
and not thousands of pounds.”



only a few
them.

M, Victor Rosenthal, a pearl
expert here with other rich
wellers from Paris, told me:—

“The Indian princes are feel-
ing the cost of living, The
Maharajah of Kashmir, for ex-

thousand between





want to sell their jewels soon.’
But there are plenty of other
millionaires from France. Turkey,
Italy, and South America to fill
the £1,000 seats.

Since the war, however, few
rich men have come to gamble

tories there. His strength of personality was

to their accounts in exchange fo :
; . xchange f01] then shown at its best.

fresh plaques,

When they win, and the piic
begins to reach nearly to their
eyes, an official will take the
counters away to be banked.

Perhaps the man who unde:-
stands the great gamblers better

Now Mr. Griffiths is in Central Africa. Can
he “sell” Central African Federation? The
proposals announced earlier this summer

in quarters whose approved means much to
a Minister’s prestige in Britain. They have
been far less favourably received in Africa
by Africans,

operated here and in the South
ot France for 30 years,
‘It is a Vice’
As we watched the midnighi
fashion show transported from
Paris for the amusement of Casiro

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“A RANSOME MOWER”

: : . b Soa rine ‘a is Twwocd from the ‘Ss One guests, M. Zographos—for 20 years ] : : ‘ ” i otor $280.24

the world over interested in the adminis sees ne oe we ly roe aaron oY thaeet hae acces a professional gambler—said:— |iS keeping an open mind at this stage, Mr. PA. agape MOWER (with meet). ‘ a
f 3 ‘ A . y Yr, s week-er oined a v a) ¥ é se~ “The oe 7 ca Serr i * . “—

tration of colonial affairs. And it may be the lag gamblers winning £25,000 Ment” at baccarat said: “They do The best gamblers do not rely} Griffiths will have scored a signal triumph 250.00

that the intense interest of foreign powers
in the administration by Great Britain of
the West Indies has served to accelerate

at his first sitting

Spanish Marquis de Soto Her-
moso, a millionaire ng in Paris,
has couped from the baccarat bank



not understand the Continental
card game any more,”

Wealthy Britons have been
tanding five-deep round the

on luck or a freak system. Fo: : it j
them everything is oa eriatian? if he can persuade African leaders that it is
and can be caiculated accordirs

in their interest, in face of any prospective
to the laws of chance,

18” GAZELLE (with motor)...







14” TIGER PUSH








“I stopped playing because 1 advance of Malanism, to accept the propos-
realised in time that gambling is | als as a basis for federation, He will be very |
a vice. Some men you see at! firmly entrenched in the Colonial Office — so |

the tables here tonight are lik ee |
men taking drugs. Life regres long as the Labour Party is in office.

close on £100,000 in three days. great green table, Jonging to play.
M. Nicolas Nicolaou, who BUt as most of the dozen or so
regularly breakfasts in the room ®@™blers regularly seated there
at 2 p.m., is a Greek who came rarely bet less than £1,000 a hand
direct from playing at Monto —olten their stake is £5,000—the
Garlo. Britons with their £100 a year bearable for them when they ar.
He is expected to go south again mrayel 4 RPE WING mers playing. 4
to play during the winter _ at spectators, S : “I spend my nights watchinz
Cannes. , i M, Francoise Andre, 74-year-old the game but during the day 1
No Longer S ; King of Deauville, the chief of swim and stay out in the open as
vonger Stars the Casino, thinks this is a pity. long as I can.
I saw the beautiful Maharanee Before the war Englishmen ranked “That is the true way to enjoy
of Baroda in a scarlet sari smok- among the heaviest gamblers on Deauville.”
ing a cheroot from an amber the Continent,

the tempo of any economic and political

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progress which has been made.

| It will be seen therefore that Mr, Braine
| has come to an important section of the
Colonial Empire at a time when our affairs
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” The ravages of the hurricane which re-
cently swept through Jamaica have become
more visual and realistic to the people of
Britain. Pictures showing the extent of the
devastation have appeared in the front pages
of many newspapers. Cinema-goers have
watched with sympathetic interest a news-
reel featuring Jamaica after the hurricane.

are of world wide interest and at a stage of
our development which makes us the
guinea pig of political experiment.

The problems of the West Indies have
been discussed time and again at Westmin-
ster and the ignorance of the background
of those problems and the unawareness of
our ideals and ambitions shown by Mem-

—L.E.S.

Two British Relief Ships Sail For
es. Ss amaioa





JUST RECEIVED

The first two ships carrying coming in from the man-in-the- edy, it seems to me that Jamaicans are IN
bers of Parliament makes the visit of Mr. caine supplies from ae to ei es cor street and British Overseas Air-|accepting the challenge with dignity and
Brain > all the more interesting and valu- vamaica are due to arrive within ~ Oy v con ribu ion dy Liders ways has promised to carry food m ——" in . yy ai * .
able ” B : a few days of each other and Fyffes, similar sums have and clothing free to the hurricane tremendous courage. They are displaying

As a long-distance spectator of the trag-
medicine, feod and clothing az

Within recent months the shipping
difficulties of the West Indies Kave been
raised in parliament and by the West India
Committee. The appreciation of the real
difficulty which West‘ Indians _ suffered
when they were unable to travel freely
between the islands or to and from the area
was not shown on the face of the discus-
sions. And when people in England can
insite visitors to go to Jamaica and take

about one month after the terri- come from Tate and Lyle, the victims. that same spirit which reflected itself in the

ble hurricane devastated the West Indies Sugar Co. and from The Gold Coast Legislative As-| war-time trials of the British nation, the
fsland. There hag been an out- Lord Beaverbrook, who cabled his sembly has voted £2,500 to the

burst of criticism in Britain that donation direct to Sir Hugh Foot, fund. It passed a resolution 01 spirit which has helped the British people

measures for the rt lief of the Governor. A £1,000 cheque has behalf of the people of the Goldi|to overcome one crisis after another.
island are too slow and too little, come from Caroni, Ltd. and two Coast “conveying to the people

Contributions to the Jamaica of London's leading nev-spapers, of Jamaica an expression of pro-

qa ; Of Jamaica, more than of most Colonial e
Hurricane Relief Fund have been the Daily Mail and the Daily found sympathy on the loss of } 7 ; :

pouring into the West India Express have announced that they life, distress and damage caused territories, it seems true to say that “it never







emcee in i idon = ‘nd are giving £1,060 each. Booker jn the island.” rains; but it pours”, They have suffered one}
yanks all over in, Led by Bros. have collected £2,100 and Separate appeals ar i ade . ° : thao
the Government’s £250,000 dona- another £1,000 has come by other Ry Gunes nodias on thing after another of late year es: political

tion and an undisclosed amount from the Royal Mail Line. as the Red Cross, the Salvatioa;squabbles, rising cost of living, mass unem-
‘rom the King, gifts range from ‘Two voluntary workers at the






train to Barbados or ask Barbadian jour- Meien. snd solusadiees We da. Oh West india Scene have been peal ty DR Sanh Dale, Bishop of Pe Sap CHR EO AS YS ee

nalists 10 cover daily events in damaica | {h'stamps from sn old-age pune am'.nauniné but entering chetues Yamal, for funds for rebuilding Tieane, LOUN 7

they show a lamentable ignorance not | “Her vy oyold Allan, Jamaiean — Gifts" 5 _ than £2,000. The Bishop has| Despite all the disappointments and frus- F QO 7 CIN GS
merely of detail but of fundamentals, Minister of | Finance, himself ,,“'fts have come in kind; too. flown home to Jamaica with the]trations, Jamaicans, it is good to note, have

One firm has se t ails » The
helped to ‘load’ the steamet oe we s " sent a ton of nails, money. The London branch of
) ane US.

Avindant vokiny delayed her ball. A London manu- the Caribbean Labour Congress is not lost their love for their favourite sport—
ing for 48 hours to wait for relief seh aa Reside: a prefabri- appenne ele waet ee cricket. Along with news of the hurricane,
supolies..4 reach Avonmouth, C#!ed steel building for emergency mestic goods and money, which], uc o pL SL a
Ww ee Se ee 7 anomad naeae housing and has undertaken to will be distributed by the Jamaica] ®WS Comes of the discovery of an outstand

It is this condition of things which visits
of Members of Parliament can-do much to
correct and which will be to tne benefit ci
the West Indies.



in Black, White and Colours



owners, Messrs. Elders and Fyffes, “liver it to Kingston. Parcels of T.U.C—B.U.P. ing spin bowler — another Ramadhin, they e
7 . 7 : ee Py gav 1,000 tons of cargo space Say.
Mr, Eraine during his brief stay wil tboard the vessel and have also



U.K. Seouts For W.L. Jamboree

contributed £5,000 to the fund

find evidence of a great desire for econo- cc d
The Ariguani normally takes 14

mic and political progress. He will realise

What has impressed me deeply about the| YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.

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days on the voyage to Jamaica, LONDON. August 12th. The Rover Com-|hurricane disaster is the feeling of brother-|
the ans.cty of a people almost wholty but it is hoped to cut this time by British Scouts have received— mittee wants to invite 15¢/hood which has expressed itself in gifts of @
: . 12 hours. She is due to arrive and will 0 acce ati in- overseas : ; rae ‘
dependent upon agriculture for som¢ oe } ees re vill no doubt accept—an in- overseas Rovers, including West

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on September 9-or 10. vitation to send representatives Indians. all kinds from various parts of the world.)

A Warship ve oe first een erg dammcnee, nee Ireland is holding anjIt makes one appreciate that the majority of|
—- ars eliatg which is to be held in Kingston ster Patro] Jamboree between ‘ ; i
A British warship, the mine- from March 5th to March 17th July 23rd and August 11th. It is people are peace-loving and kind-hearted.

layer Apollo, which has a speed next year, proposed to send invitations to 20] The trouble is that most of us are so inarticu-|

of 40 knots and is one of the i . ies aski c ‘ R .
fastest ships afloat, is leaving _ Other’ countries invited include Bar tatcon bey ee . late; only in moments of difficulties do we
Portsmouth on September 4 for Canada, the United States, Mexi- coend a week in the homes o |really become united,

Jamaica with 1,500 tents and co, Venezuela, the Republics of Ulster Scouts and 10 days in f

other stores. She will call at Ber- Central and South America, Cuba,

means of industrialisation in order to rais*
the standard of living; and the ambitions
of many to throw off the mantle of polit:
cal tutelage and assume that of independ
ence. Coming as he does from the hub 9!
a still mighty Empire built up over many

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centuries, he will be sympathetic with the muda for refuelling and is due in Haiti and all the British West Samp. There has been some criticism of Britain's
ambitions of a people struggling for pro- | Jamaica on September 13, Indian Islands. And the Weish are planning to}ift of £250,000 to the Jamaica Hurricane
: . = oe ° “The tents, which are of the a 4 ah ae invite patrols of six to cight li é i
gress and orderly development. tropical ‘V' ‘type (160-Ib., with The West Indies invitation to “scouts from 20 different coun- Re ef Fund. ae Alex Bustamante has des
| flouble flap) have been” made British Scouts vill probably be re fries to their watrol Jamboree j°ribed it as “ridiculous”, and critical com- |
When he will have seen a few things be ailable by the War Office to the turned several-fold, according feen July 2 mus fe : ] sa .
q = c h > y l t y s} y i { y il } ay | G yernment ol Jamaica at the to plans being made in the Lit Me JET va thon, coe Sey nae appeared ” Britain iteait. ape
“ide what he will be shown and will have | vrcent request of the Colonial United Kingdom now for region- ¢9 14 days in camp and at leas. {SUM of £250,000, it should be made ciear, is
garnered first hand information during his | Office,” said a Colonial Office al jamborees in 1952. a week in Welsh homes. Britain's first contribution; an immediate |
shy stav » will fin hat on his return }| SPokesman in London, | “Each of The Ist Scottish Rover Intern- Essex County is also plannity | pal; ‘ha fe = ,
short stay, he will fi d - e ka a the tents is capable of accommo- ational Wee Moot will be held an Imternatjonal Jamboree fo relief che ae _The demands on the U.K.
to London he can be of great service in th j dating a°maximum of Ee peor at Auchengillan, Glasgow, from 1952, so there are plenty o/|Treasury will inevitably be much larger. We
aise of an aspiring section of the Empire | Vonations for the relief of dis- July 23rd to July 31st, with chances coming for West Indias |p - ‘ ait |
; ar a P ne = | tress in Jamaica ve passed the hospitality in the homes of Scot. Scouts to visitas United King mee therefore wait and see what the full)
and Commonwealth. £100,000 mark. Apart fyom the tish Rover Scouts till about dom in 1952. extent of Britain’s aid will amount to. rn .
| Youll be delighted
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with
x N ¥ Anchor Butter............ ribs.
Our Readers Say Goamee rae. ith gu kde de Se
Anchor Whoie Milk per 2)-tb tin 2.24
A Correction It turned the minds of the men The men refuse to work at $2.50 Ani i Meanwhile the Barbados Anchor Whole Milk..per 1-Ib tin | .96
At FR ee es aL ant aee: aan Mera te Te Animal Welfare . Meanw he Barbados 626 DIE DURING wh i
We ho Rdttor,. Phe -Adpocate-s who had to get over that tough per ton and are willing to work S.P.C.A. is pressing on with a cam- | Cheddar Cheeze..... per 5-Ib tin 3 20
SIR,—May I make one brief recruiting. They are 30 of us for 80c, per hour, but the emplgy- paign for education in Animal U.S. HOLIDAY, Cooking Cheese ....... er tb .63

. To The Editor, The Adv Diiie
‘ “re ag ot ne. ¢ yan. Ss ’ ne that ¢ ; Me e Advocate—
correction to your account, pub- here living at Jone Camp Ra ers do not want to pay that so we ’

jJished in last Sunday’s issue, of dolph, ji orking MH a ae hiand SIR—Your Oo $ The United States established
the remarks made at the presenta- C@2ning Corpn., Friesland Wiscon- ‘ , rik ada ' pe eye tie f ur great need is for a fully new all-time record for accidental! Saieis\ atte my
tion to. the Barbados "ioe sin, U.S.A It was a tough job ‘ It is very hard that men in the “Visitor” has drawn attention to trained Inspectcr with a wide deaths during Labour Day Hoi-| ae to ae
Institute of the Austin A—40 Picking peas from early morning ee vd S ates are w orking for the one aspect of the all too numerous’ Knowledge of his duties, Al« day as a United Press tabulation | N st . » Biscuits.
sectionalised engine? . until very late at night mz farmers, the United States Govern- though we have appealed to the showed 626 Americans died} Teg ee

Welfare particularly in the schools. NEW YORK, Sept. 4.

BISCUITS

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Correspondent















Mr. C. G. Crawford said he be- 2&4 17 hours per day meet and the Barbados Govern- oa of cruslty to “ms me nai S.P.C.A. for an experienced man violently since the evening ocf| owe House Coffee
ileved that). the importance. of | nd cur pay checks were . a Bae hehe A sack cur in Barbados. All cases where jhey are unable to help us. The Friday. This is an average of one| MEA Ts
technical education was not fully small. M gross J earning was ne - " “e oe OE ri ete cautions have been given and for smaller islands such as Grenada death every seven and a half NEW ZEALAND LAMB
TeitieeA 14h. tha’ comimuinit He i a " on r dedut _ swe shal? lak thera sc men by the Convictions obtained are followed oe off even than we are for ae since the start of the | AUSTRALIAN RABBITS
added that he hoped its import- Bane Oe aie: et ie eons hatte names up by sur Inspectors, but natural - i ave no organisation of any ba a nd. nae Br OX BRAINS
ance would be stressed by Head- ee en ee 09.00 ly this in itself is insufficient as a *!"â„¢* cane total inchaaed eS desta in | SMOKED KIPPERS
masters. Head Teachers and other “ aay ie $15 00 Coleridge Goddard Clifton means of preventing the beating of aa panne : om traffic accidents, 102 drowings, 19} FRESH VEGETABLES
responsible persons on such public “” Eli Joseph Douglir Oscar an animal in its stall when no _,May I appeal to “Visitor” to dead in plane crashes and 102 in "g”
occasions as speech days ete We never knew that the t Deane, r Harris, Kenneth witnesses are present. We are in- P ead the ne ; Sverseas niscellanéous mishaps ' SPEC ALS
BRUCE HAMILTON rtation wa 8.00 ii Kenneth Davis, F. ter ’ remarks re pineal 6 the RSPCA. when Ned 3. Learuorn,, Presidens ot Crushed Pineapple. per tin § .24
Principal educted fror ir W ( t Carmichael, A, Dash confiscation and sale of an offend- "© Teturns t gland — National Safety Council said| Cook's Paste... . ...%..per tin 2.06
Barbados Evening Institute, peas crop over, the ¢ 1. Grimes, R. Davis, C. Davis, E. er’s cart and animal. Is this a . the toll might go as high as 500 Idris Kola Tonic _per bottle 1.00 ~
5.9.51. the Employers ¢ Fastman, E. Green, C. Eleock, D. routine in England and is it cov- Yours faithfully tratfic deaths by the time late re-
‘ il 4 | vctth cethe 4 . : ae . abe Tan eee ; : 7 ports are tabulated. The Council order earl from
oe o - Brathwaite, Grant, S. Daniel, ered by legislation It is certain CECILE WALCOTT Satta 39 evi fave . g
Bdian Workers In U.S.A. The er é } el, C. Holder, H. ©. East- bigh time that the Cruelty ‘t Stace 390 eee would dic “
ra i wat r) Ee I t S. Bow PG Ae uls Act was brought up t H Secre p ; ; rt Baie a> yv record W GODD ARDS
‘0 le ditor, 1e Ad 1 } ¢ P } ( ring tor uM te a eek nformatior . ah : I wour ly reco Wa G a
SIR.—The 1951 Emigratio: ut but. th : { efcit. tedia. Te bean es Maka Wane aitna ion Bid P.C.A. 383 traffic deaths in 1949. Last! { ho. ae we
the United States was very that t rice Ww not | ey =”. developments meh year’s highway toll was 360 rt

September 4th, 1951








THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

———

Lechnical Education Very Important —

Sho u ld Be Ta u ghi “AVA AND F WILL MARRY" Bernard Braine
, , Comes To “Listen” .
At Combermere :





$$.












Every sweet 1s
more delicious with

ly Bernard Braine wl

Comin ee of the Conservati :
5 * il att nace the WwUeai
—Commerce Chamber Say Genetal Meeting of the Cha



‘ Commerce vesterday na
The Chamber of Commerce would like Government to take Barer “ re 1g = me CUSTAR D
Sit to € irea te

immediate action to provide a wing at Combermere School
or the teaching of Technical Education and Vocational



nswered several questions j;
him affecting the relation
|

between the West Indic









ly General Meeting yesterday they passed United Kingdom, and Canatt
: . Mr. Braine was introd
otion : the meeting by the Pre er
ihe ; Chamber of Commerce is of the opinion that D. G. Leacock who said how
Technical Education and Vocational Training are of great pe Poe Si were to
opportunity t make
import e lot economic life of this Island and desire to nantes ae ame
] ee : > NI @ contact With any membe;
draw Government's attention to Resclution No. 15 adopted Parliament whatever his partic
it t Seventh Congress of the Incorporated Chambers of lar Party was. He had und

tood from Mr. Braine

Commerce of the British Caribbean held in Barbados in '
would rather answer quesuor

June 1944, and also to Resolution No. 17 adopted at the members than make at yar



E Congress of the same body held in Grenada in Octo- war edaress on any sul

ber 1948 Mr, Leacock) would we
Thev therefore suest that Government take adiate like him to explain what
1 n ot request a 2oOvernment take Immediate involved in being >



action to equip a wing at Combermere School for the teach-
ing ot Technical Education and Voeational Training in order

the West Indies Committee of
Conservative Party




















; : 7 : ly wa » ress
that Barbados might not lag behind other colonies which th : k Pe the Ct rit as \
1 ot har »t amber for alk |
are making rapid progress in this field ing him to attend the meeti led
This resolution was presented b3 Seventh Congress of the Asso- . for the we Icome he had “be “ — ee ee ’ be
Mr. S. P. H. Withnall and wa ciated West Indian Chambers of SO eens Frank Sinatra wears a broad smile as he sits beside actress Ava Gardner. He was tell given I have come to the We i cise ++ ipeardiatae ges . | :
unanimously decided to forward it Commerce in Barbados, June ae rer eit 2 think you can safeiy say we will be married as soon as I obtain a divorce.” They were Indies not to do any talking at ; certain your custard is Bird's =
to Government. 1944. ; wan in Reno's Riverside Casino Restaurant, where tle singer is appearing while establishing Jevada but to listen to you,” he said as long as you or your mother
re ne rior 7" a rore 1 ag . c 4 st ; E on x
Mr. Withnali said: I do BE IT RESOLVED that the at- said Gate oi ang 8 renee action against Nancy Sinatra, whom he married in 1939. They are have come to find out as far as it | . can remember the name Bird’s
propose, gentlemen, to deal it} tention of the Governments of a y the marriage XPRESS. possible in the short space of tir has been an assurance of unvarying
coer eveaert in detail today as it these Colonies be drawn to the x " disposal, something of tl quality.
would take well over an hour to Pascliition wind Ee Barbed ~ Te pre 1 Which confront the
nou 5 passed a sarbado @ t the « . he k for Custard, it’s wi
Jo. tor iT. ave-dnunind: -vathersdo. Gn -1944and to ask that imme- Yo t ~ e itne CX \ If { ( iY] on I therefore appear bef: So when you ask for Custard, it’s wise
touch on the subject in a broad diate action be taken.” un Ss ers SS L ccoun ede Ree humble; I know’ ver wenn mT
manner pointing out what steps M. t D t | B tle of your problems, I hav:
aa » nie. ; ; oe rf only wt of vague +
ee ae Shs Cai + i wie” Sieve) Vocational L e eat 1 y e e ag ° e But your dustin oe Pre
s aribbean in con- . viggrd
“fg ‘ 14 ee lent, is what exactl ,
Sabepies. ot tg aston in con oa eo igh Winds In Domintea jee is
io: , * = c ; ag y n Y x
have donc wt, Aer newecise oC NAMNBERG isadventure , ince Commies of wre Comet BUDGE
do, and to convince you I hope The outcome of all this is that , tc Ain SceTARE Ae ;
1 : } all (his ! Fre can belong to t or ih
on the desirability of passing the in British Guiana, Trinidad, .EATH BY misadventure wa By Dora bbe rson ea kr an : pa t pir .
resolution of which notice has Jamaica and British Honduras Ske Waedicn caked 3 ms ‘ i eal of ot

been given on the



ae : aie : i walk ; —_ a s vork 1s done outside the debatins | .
idi large sums nave — eee i nine-man Jury° when the inquiry MISS DORA IBBERSON, Social Welfare Adviser to char r. The problems of Gov- } ON
ne re S10) \ 4 ecessa y > . .

the provision © le 6 Y into the deaths of 16-year-old the Comptroller of Development and Welfare, told the ¢™mment have become so compl

’ .
; ent for technical education 1°
Technical equipmnen technical education Foi Blackett and 14-year-old Adveeate of her experience ot toottiont eee

and vocational training. J under- 7} NG y : uring the heavy winds on Sun- of specialisation.” : r _ Y ¥ 4
7 . stand that not only has ja centre Edwin Howell of Four Hill, St lay in Dominicz edie rk N N is
Education Reka teeta , Peter, was concluded at the Dis- . Tee Empire Party Mad A ‘

been established and functioning























firs . She was o . fe: -wisite she . ba
The f . in Port-of-Spain for some time trict “C” Police Station yesterday. itete vf _ 1 i . ae of her routine visits to the island Mr. Braine said that ihe was
aa 8 subject of Technical now, but the Trinidad Goyern- Phe Coroner wan. Mr. A. W advising on handicrafts and was making the journey back Sec retary at what was a small
ti ree eee Reais , ply voca= ment is now about to build Harper, by the Lady Nelson with Sir Robert Arundell, Governot vit Sead ‘on we Any erties
ional training were first siven another College in San Fernando Keith Blackett and Edwin of the W rar le 3 al / Went ee 10 OR OF KONG a. Bee b
serious considerat n B : indward Islands and Lady Arundell interest in West India fair
; 1943 itp Orc. G eon While these sister colonies have Howell were drowned when they She said that a warning w ‘aa watchir losely dev lopi iy
in 1943 when Mr, C, G. Crawford ahes seal . arin OAieeS a tiniee a s¢ me . , . ae war 1g close developmen .
gone ahead and equipped them- went bathing at the Crane Beach )eceived from St. Lucia at Govern 4
Tec Pe oe al ‘ek Bk : 5 a . < ‘ ot, Lucia ¢ - he area, and watching even , »
cone as aoe of Central seives for aining the youth, about ! p.m. on Thursday, August ment House at about 9 o'clock on 7 cle ely the ac tions of His Mase J. Donald BBudl ge
ounary sld., repar 1 i memo- 2 ) > » eee 2 . . . . a
Pale ce ah P °F ay a nemo- Barbados |} is done little or 30 Sunday morning. When the Gov- Shine Recovers ty’s Government in relation t
S. A H patheene the then Ed aes DOH, waa Raa to what Post mortem evidence was given ernor’s car left the house to go the West. Indies An outstanding champion and a
s \ é ! 1 1e Educa- scuss ay g phe - CC tens . ‘ 1m : » ¢ ;
tional Adviser to the Comptroller it vee - ‘ee : barony a the way OTe ee Hutson down to the boat, the electric Stolen Bag che “Commistee Had: come’ into ben] .sportedien, tales £8, Se Been
fos Development aay er ; las ref ee arcuate oe Cyril Goddard who recovered Power wires were down and Pr existence to keep the closest eye how he became one of the world’s
> =v elop! ib ane elfare 11 of spurring le. “Grove "1 the bodies told the Court thut Obstructed the car, but fort » , tot n the inferes . a6 , eatest tennis players In his
the West Indies. From then on this island into some practical wyije my Detaprr he! hut inn + ,Â¥ unately, A Venezuelan visitor was = he interest of the West Indies . rey pray
. hn while he was on the beach he e current was not on, buy? . : viewed from the angle of Gre: book Budge 1 down a pro
these subjects have received pub- tion in this very important : ‘ , 7 suying jewellery from the + an ;
licity through tt A ae x tter heard a shouting and on going to When we got down to the jetty, store of Alphonso B. De Britain, The Party which I gramme which, if faithfully fol-
icity rough the Advocate New anes the place he noticed a group of Saualls of great violence were es ‘ m3 : represent has always been an lowed, is bound to improve your
Paper and in various other forms,’ Speaking for Barbados now I opie z Y. ene up from the directi ae Lima shortly after midday Empire Party,” said Mr, Braine own game. In it you will learn
é »S » has bee roug » would say that while these sub- ” . ; 5 , eCuion O yesterday when ¢ thi i, ee ei , z yisiee. .
and pressure has been brought to a Nar nap fing 7 A Police Sergeant w mong Martinique and the launches con- ot . ‘ a eae and we are generally interested the secret of the powerful drives,
bear upon the Governments of jects have received a measure of tH \ amoung orine a ee uddenly snatched her in Empire affairs, ‘Great Britair il 7 st whivate .4
many of the W. I Islands with publicity in the local press and "7€ group and he told him (God- Yeying passengers to the Laly andbag. Percy Straker, the ta Dan DAM aiiareee f gS COOAY Sie eet eee ee
the object of puttin inte ‘practi- elsewhere, and the public appears dard) to look for the bodies of two Nelson had difficulty in making shoe shine boy in the City = thi ; aah Tt DF eee ANG; SHA _OSACN Shee 28 u
DJ xa pu 5b , « - —. , mae . the passage” 2 ae nothing at ail, ye work we are he ’ “+ Ss at
; + > becoming cons s ,e boys who were wer the passage” she said é I as the canny court strate tha
a Sa awe cae ape ay 7 f “ nares aaa: Sh thi He left the ie ay t It happened that the Italian ‘a —* aie ter therefore trying to do for the aren have lead expert to acclaim hi
which hitherto were merely need 10 sveLlopmen e Sarre raat ney at _eaeenes eee ate . oe anal the urchin, is really a labour of love , rok
theory. sphere, it is mainly persons who when about 61 yard he saw a which _ Ships _bananas from lie caught up with the Before | cit down there is ju ame as one ‘without a weakne
Nhe urgency of the need for have to deal with the employment the body of Keith Blackett. ‘Twenty i ate was anchored off the thief and = retrieved the one thing I would like to sa Every strok illustrated: 64
: sf g ami-sk . i t ’ O# 5 - rhe . ‘ yr -" sve g Ke is trate ,
technicai education and vocational ° skilled and semi-skilled labour minutes after tne body ef Edwin Seathe — —_ see bad handbag, but the thief got that is not sufficiently appreciate aint raph of Sada in plas
“2 a reciate > = ve arne fr) + ' 4 2¢ uck . sle ‘ : . grap Ze ay
training waf immediately realised ho really appraniats the sae Howell was fotnd a little further poe I sal os 7 : ae A way. fe returned the bag either at home or overseas. Tha e a u BE) it hip
by the Chambers*@f Commeree: in tance of having facilities or from the spot Wwhers Blackett wi proportion 0 the ocal ‘9 the visitor and his is, that those of us who are mos : ope :

tne West Indies, and in June 1944 technical education and vocational found. “lighters,” were alongside the / \tward was $1.00. deeply technique

s ¥ . ‘ . training. There are those of us in HE PUBLIC chip which removed to anothe! Sons
at a meeting of the Sever - ee . 1 i Alter
g of the Seventh Con- 415. geld who know that appli- anchorage with the stevedore :

interested in’ colonial

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ress of the Incorporate “he oy : r 3 well the appez ade , ward, Straker saia: “Gracias which should be dealt with or
‘ ae corporated Ch amber cants for apprenticeship training Go) RT. Mic ape al_ mad by aboard. As a xesult, the lighter: Senoritu’, . He ty ee t litice b ae ult with on
of Commerce of the British Carib- are in the main unable to read “ol. R. T. Michelin Commisswner were cast off and 16 of SPEER | fe ‘was sur- party political basis, Therefore o WE il AVE ITAT THE
bean held in this Island, a Resolu- as ie Seba i tt ae ae of Police over the Radio asking Mie i os wei 3 of them, sc rounded by a crowd the bread issue of colonial policy iv 4 4 4 4 4
lion Was passed which reads a uite incapable of making an people to buy tickets in th» Police i own, ere lost He teld the Advocate: here is no real difference : ‘ aah
« € icapa é B € is “ . yt e ‘ ssty’e
follows adcunebe measurement. Such 7affle which is to help to build Barges Adrift I am accustomed to re- between His Majesty's Oppositior A DY «ae AT KE
“Whereas the raising of the , sters are regarded more of More boys’ and girls’ clubs in the aro. “ SC oveas joaadad trieving missing articles for and the Government
youngs a ge v arg arge oaded with a - * r a r
standard of living of the peop! nuisance than anytking else and ‘sland. thi i people. At one time ! % v A TION kk RY
nuisance an an} Se ¢ ia H ve motor car and effects of D “ceived , . W
of the British West Indies and are not easily absorbed by the People are buying the tickets Soltznik whe vas? Buin pe fe = ived a 5 reward, I RITZ STORE ILL RE | ‘ 4 A 4
british Guiana depen in the industrial concerns and the master like hot cakes,” one police consta- ferred from Dominica to Grenad b so had the thief holding, OPENED AT TUDOR ST | TER a ET TTS
long run on increasing their craftsmen of the Island. The re- ble told the Advocate yesterday. and which were moored to a buoy roe Bene Deople oan vee \ ld a 1S 7 Bs me a a a a a a
economic value to.the Gommu- sult ofits is that. 8 number of Policemen on duty ané off dut broe nose and were arte : tf ol my hand and he was ° a ding for ai new store i | & im
. : 2 » > were 5 ay Stn ch ion t : . I wel 1 g 0 4 ‘ ret 4 1OW eing completed at Tudor |*
nity adolescents are thrown on the were bu g.tting the tickets off to sea able to get awey es +e udor e ’ a
y, s T i street s is , - arn | Py >
Ana whereas the standards of market every year to swell the their hands and many of them Outstanding rescue work The Venezuelan visitor 1u i ding wins Tud rst ha d a wee Anetes ae
. thi ere o : 7 P ‘ > * or street and!
craftsmanship and efficiency in ranks of the unemployed while were not refused by these to whom done by a motor launch belongi: who wos now cuile happy, Baxters Road ar
many trades and occupations do the industrial concerns and the they presented the tickets. to Messrs, Rose and Co., the lim continued her shopping. Ritz Store 7" ee ‘sa FRESH SHIPMENT OF
not bear favourable comparison master-craftsmen suffer for want URING THE MONTH of Aug- juice manufacturers. The laun The tore is owned by Mr i U ati N A q ‘HOws
with those in other parts of the of useful apprentices. ust the Fire Brigade was after conveying the passenger br Michael Hannah who arrived i ) ai ‘
world. called.to two genuine fires. There the Lady Nelson





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BE IT RESOLVED (1) That Bursary System he two practice alarms, rescue a str of lishters, ym ie ope bought a house at Nay

representations be made to the F > 1946 fre Officer Craggs told the With men on ard. It then went iardens and decided to settle
rom the Report of the 5 » re An nee 1 ‘ “BO . 4

Comptroller of Development & Committee, we etd that under Advocate yesterday that these out again and picked up th Re pot ted Boat ad al ‘ld Barbados with his wil ' q aad KK i EEDERS

Welfare in the West Indies urg- the Bursary system certificates of alarms help the men to work barges some distance out at se: ‘ Mi iy awit \

ing the establishment immedi- eompetenc y were issued to four- quickly and in harmony so that ®@Md got tow ropes to them. Th« Smashed his ¥ cattian” rede e r irried on

ately as part of his educational teen apprentices who had com- they can cope easily with fires of Passengers of the Lady Nelson ! 1 ; In sambia Wes

| an
Africa, b oppec | at £ abet
and? cock welfare plans, of ttcted their courses in 1946, These & serious nature pore able to. watch ity Slice: Mr. -D.. W. Wiles, Fisheries A{iga-, but stopped in at the fl H., Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.—Distributors. @

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vodtional teach adolescents and adults Cabinet Maker 1, Carpenters 2, Magistrate of District “BY” craft. Seas were breaking over qay that the only fishir boat} !
crafts and occupations such as Masons 3, Plumber and Tinsmith fined Bernard Hunte of Massiah them and the task of steering them owner to report to him after the} aan aa _ oe ——_ nt
Tropical Agriculture, Engine 1, Motor Mechanics 2, Electrician Street, St. John, 15/- and 1/- costs around to make for the harbour heavy rains d stron
ing, Carpentry, Cabinet making, 1 Shoemakers 2, Tailor 1, Painter for overloading the motor bus W#S @ very difficult one over the k-end, wa |
Wales Repairing hana en at: r N I isk you Gentlemen Me Sa Svan Reagan vera ch . a Me tae eee ee ye, OF ere i. Y i
s Sainting. ate Now ask } 7 I The offence wa or ted narge ¢ >. 4aUNC got two 0! Boyce’ oat “Star ¢ the Sea” | ~ j
“ 7 ne “i H », could these Ag ao toe the July 20, about 8.35 were i his owe men on to the barge ” . hed wa an re rock at | there 18 a i t LL i kK ge
five ; eee demands of this Island alone to ne Case Was a ‘i considerable feat of seamunshi cizhtstow? fter reaking
PACER ACn Yun ene ~ say nothing of those who might an es pe tog en me eg nd when the tow rope broke, he ta moc re a |
onies be respt illy re employment abroad? Never; Police Station : ” : managed to get inothe; oO oe iB } 4 a % ai
. e vim xO Se). Ope rnment has at least awaken- ARNI EY KNIGHT fA attached and bring them in afte Asked abou ea « ‘ ‘ for every purpose
aval, Military Alt this fact, and in very recent amie. he = a ae a truggl astin ( seve! Wil { I ent {
authorities the f uch* nonths doubled the number of A i ne ge, St Fn cha L was ips Roh ick is r x Z he ai f a wi pee a Avet a sith
training to be given to servin 1 f -enticeshi courses; Ordered to pay a fine of 30/- in a ace! th rs y wee A a os le . » . 49 ’
personnel fr m the Briti h We , it . Sete Tasteauats, one month or one ee ee ha we bene an oe Pies o when eal eason open . Unfor | Wet Mops each .. $1.86 Black Brisuk Gents
Sane ae edtiet Pitt thn’ “neha ae \ - g ime nat SOonment for wounding Millicent ‘ . eae tare ; , anes abn gear ce re : 3
ares ae aot sate peat Gove Leek ek iat nO he Roach on February 7 Ragin eels 78 gerd Hight ‘S the men, instead of diving sea Combs, each $3.79 Black Combs .... 37
Little or nothir appear to gressive country can afford to Mr. C. L. Walwyn wa the aboard ‘He boarded the 1 4 CEgs, Were “100% IE. FOr a0 et Floor Serubs . $1.14 i
have sprung out of this Resolution, leave this most desirous form of Magistrate which Waa tak a dats wed mA pot Only two men were divin | Deluxe Bristle Flesh Brushes $3.22
except that as far as Barbados is instruction out of its educational QR. G.B. GRIFFITH, Acting its third rescue va. "" eges. while T'was thers ‘ !
concern n 1946 synor programme, particularly so, an Police Magistrate of District Sx fi: a Leith " f Combs, each i
ned, in 1 da ap ae ee ROE Pee me a testis 2 Merdae domed Tania oo far as is known, only one lif He said that the sea egg Wall Brush $3.00
appointed a Committee under the Island which is very much ie / yesterday ordered Laurie was lost from. these boat yn oweve ming in full sw es 53. rer ‘ moplexi
Chairmanship of the Director of pulated and shows a tendency Folkes of Waterford Tenantry, St. man lost his oar, went overbuard : Vee gaa ae ele Military Bristle Complexion
Fducati with the following of worsening in this direction. Michael, to pay a fine of £3 and (6 yetrieve it. and was unable , ‘ Am d Fibre Bowl r $1.75
Education jiviste. ct) meee Many people might think that 2/- costs for driving the motor seturt cane ys Combs, each $5.08 trushes, each $1.75
terms of reference it is the duty of industrial — bus M—1422 negligently on Hinds- iene euinaiaiiaine B } }
’ ° , cerns requiring the services Of jury Road on May Whe e Li . le 7 PE ter er rushes, each $1.48
Trained W orkers technicians to provide the ne- The fine is a be ine in 14 days | celey fae ichkeciniaition } om St. Luci ete 4
To_eievay the feild of emeloy- cessary training for Serette es or in default one month’s impris- been interrupted so that no det hoore sank in the harbour. | Comb a , i = . / nm |
J rie this is far from being the ¢or- Gnment with hard labour. Sgt.|of damage in the island ¢ fhe force of recess eae CAVE SHEP HT KD \ (0) LID
ment other than Agriculture it rect view Forde attached to the Traffic, available, but it w estimate ve hit N nique “where \ ‘ I ie 4 J € a ,
Barbados in order, to ascertait Neither the Industrial Con- Branch prosecuted on behalf cf} ‘hat 50% of the banana crop } sf 125 miles an hour re-| | Cleaners, each . 60
what occupations nec uit cerns nor the master workmen the Police |been lost, a very severe ble Lorted. As the Luly Nelson st : 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
workers, and the annua of the various crafts concerned Before fining Folkes, Mr. Grif-| ‘he infant banana shippin: ed past the island, the Captain w
present and potential in these - are equipped to carry out fth said: “This reckless driving | ‘ndustry able to discern extensive dama
oe training in a coenppenenstys of you bus drivers must stop. You Slight damage only is report to-plantatio
o make recommendatiot! on a 5 ‘urthermore, who is are too hasty an spect |
the nature and extent of vocational aero nana be oreilee = toc 7 t a seam cana | $969999969990700009 SEE COPIES LEL LALO ASA SSS)
training to be offered in Barbados personnel wfthout the assur- Folkes denied that he hit the |
with particular reference to the ance of receiving service in motor cycle and aid that he
possibility of ¢ blishin me return. It is. clearly the duty overtook the lorry because he je
form of part-time education for of the educational authorities ; the way ahead of him ws:
apprentices and other trainee to extend the scope of the clear



To make recommendations as tO educational programme to in-



the provision of the butlcing chide technical education and ‘aa Chamberlain Bridge wa ;

equipment and staif necessary fot vocational training, and so open to traffic again yesterday iy : i i tes OAR he |

such training equip the sons and daughters of morning after being closed all BUY NOW AND SAVE! % WORKSHOP AND SERVICING DEPARTMENTS WILL BE i
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; eal Bias ae behind this is that people have alerted ssterday evening about} Lavender Water Lge. i 3. 60 50 pitt 7 _ -MERCENCIRNG od ae \)
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‘ TECHNICAL

from page 5
sharge is $3.00 for any number of words charge cents . 1910, and abi eilties e . amet ts
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| 86 cents Su%days 24 words = =e REAL ESTATE â„¢ TEE MATHER ot Jone siven|TnTey Ror ie Smpenditure of
pecinenet or ‘Torms oom v8 words 3 cents a word week-—@ cents g NOTICE na ePtEP this large sum of money in any
ween and m., Death! wor: > | s ven t d-}on 29 {se o
Notices only after A a3 . “1 om Sundeus; ae: Putie competition at the office wie tas iadelatind Gmsans | streas todas ter taint the ‘on
ot the undersigned on Friday the ith| Which is being voluntarily wound up. | 5 9 mage le . eens
The charge for announcements September 1951 at 2 p.m. a stonewall|''e required, on or before the First |“Cfinitely arrived for the Govern-
Births, Marriages, Deaths. Acknow!- AUTOMOTIVE welling house containing Drawing room, | “@y of October 1951, being the day for|ent of this Island to make a
eagements, and "n Memoriam notices is cining reem, two bedreoms, kitehen,| '%t purpose fixed by the undersigned | serious approach to this matter
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 0n Sundays, CAR—-1@51 | Hillman Saloon, green | and out offices, standing or two roods Alfred DeCourcy Boyce, the Liquidator} Jt is tree that within recent
for any number a2 words up to 50, and| With red upholstery candition as new.|of land at Military Road, Bush Hail, Of the said Company, to send theit byears the Barbados Eveni Inst
% cents per word on week-days and!| APPly: Ralph A. Beard, Lower Bay|St. Michael. Inspection on application | names and addresses, and the particular h mA AVERIRE SHG ~
4 gents per word en Sundays for each Street. Dial 5010. 5.9.51—3n, | b ¥ < am, and 6 p.m. | < Soe, ie the —; “wg ene co sbalighar geet
tional word. a.m. a + m, | and a SSeS © ©. iciters, if any, s mute ra
on inpentdiimmaserneacenigy| h-One Voumhell 166. in very (Mer farther portionace aut commie of | .o the undersigned, and if so required}Technical College. In the first
ood = condition. Dial 4799. C. D./sale apply to— | Pe notice in writing from the saidiplace jit is incapable of i
DIED velyn, Fontabelle. 5.9.51—In HUTCHINSON & BANPIELD. | Liquidator, are by their solicitors tof” apable of meetin
—_——— James Street. | come in and prove their said debts or) ¢ Gemands made on it, an
ons i‘ CAR--Standard 14 h.p. Saloon formerly | 29.8. .51~Sn claims at such time and place as shal)|secondly, the Clagses which are
L--On September 6, 1951, at the! Bf-139. Can be seen at Chelsea Garage | rr ee ne |e specified in sich notice, or in default |conducted b rers
fleneset ree... Corer Ot peter 1950) Lid., Pinfold Street. Apply to the| The will offer Sale at thereof they will be exchided from the ve Shondan a ie 4 aes
. . nager 4.9,51—3n, | public ition at their ce, No.| benefit of any distributi de bet y ’ . A
footballer of Notre Dame. His : eae y Pet, Pe DOleews a :
oat geen a ee oe 17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday | «uch debts are proved, im informed that out of a total of

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k p.m.:— ALFRED DeCOURCY BOYCE,
| SN as for the» Westbury! Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce The two-storied Dwellinghouse known| { No. 14 James Street, Bridgetown,
Eunice Bowen (mother), Destina Weatherhead Limited. 4.9.51—t f.n | a8 “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | Liguidator.
and Eulaleen (sisters), Lloyd, aan ee seteeew ee 40d thereto belonging, | —
Winston and Noel (brothers). ELECTRICAL | cousey feet ~ thereabouts, eet
Sn a Ha le ele aaa WANTED
HALL—On September 5, 1951, Kathleen] Condition. No reasonable offer refused L L a by appoint t with Mrs.
Hall. Her funeral will leave the} Holcer Bros., 49 Swan Street " oppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736. HELP

residence of her son George Handel
Hall, Oistins, Christ Church at 4.00
o'clock this afternoon for James Street
Methodist Church and thence to the
Westbury Cemetery.
Dudley Hall, George Handle Hall
Cynthia King, Olga Crichlow
6.9 51—In.

SMITH—On September 5, 1951, Eustace
Theophilus Smith, late boss carpenter
of Chapel Hill, St. John. His funeral
leaves the above residence at 4.30 p.m,
to-day for Society Chape! -

Mildred Smith (widow),
and Audene = (daughters),
derson, Everton and Oliv’'r isons),

6.9.51-—t.tn

FURNITURE

—_—_— a
FURNITURE—One large painted Press
$590, one Two Burner Oil Stove—Table
Model $35. Phone 5043 4.9.51—8n
—

POULTRY



CHICKS — ported New Hampshires
and Plymouth it Chieks 3 months old,
Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock.

Ovgtha 4.9.51—an,

Hen- 4









































u : PIGEONS—Three (3: Pains of White
Pustace (Grand) 5.9.51. Saree Pigeons at 94.00 pét pair. Dia!
4117 between 8 a.m. to Ib acm. and
;4 Pm. to @ p.m 5.9.51—4n

IN MEMORIAM LIVESTOCK
te —_——— —_-_o oo oe

- =i Diana, |,,SPANIBL “PUPPIES— For
CARTER—In l6vityg memory of Albertha Cave 9m:
Drucilla Carter who fell asleep on the Bening Bammnervele, Eagle Hall Road.
6th September, 1950. z 1,044.0

There js a dear face missing

A dear voice that is still MISCELLANEOUS

A place is vacant in our home

That never ean be filled ANT-ASTHMATIC CIGARETTES —

The flowers we place upon your) For prompt relief of tightness of breath-

grave ing in Asthma 4/- box. KNIGHTS LTD.

Have withered and decayed 4.9. 51—2n

But his memories will alwayg linger) ——— _

In our hearts from day to day COOLERATOR—Ace Coolerator good
Ever to be remembered by Elsie and|condition, Apply V. B. St. John ce
irlends, 6.9.51—In |N. B. Howell 6.9.51—2n
DOWNIE-—In loving memory of our SATA. . AS New

dear husband ed father’ John Reuben | one hundred dollars. Knignis we,
Downie, who died on the 5th Sep-| City Pharmacy. 11,8.51—T F N
tember, 1946. =a Wsupeeeee eee 2

Till memory fades and life departs, FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all

You'll live foreyer in our hearts,| kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Lillian (Wife), Marjorie, Colin (Chil- | Bristlecombs, Gray's Bristlecombs, Tooth
dren), Elaine (Daughter-in-law), Arthur | Brushes, Dental ite Brushes, Complex-
(Son-in-law),Richard, Patricia, Maureen,| ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb
Desmond (Grand-children), Clarice, | Cleaners, Manicure . Powder
Rita (sisters!, Kenneth (brother). Brushes, Floor Serubs, Fibre Bow!

6.9.51—1n. | Brushes, and many others
el H. P. & CO. LTD., Middle
DEVONISH—In loving memory of Mrs | Street. Distributors. Dial 3382.
Clara Devonish (Grannie) who fel 2.9.51—
asleep on September 5th, 1948.

T'was three years ago this very day HERE! Are the two essentials to

Since our dear one was called away, | beauty Palm Olive Shampoo at 84c. per

Her memory still lingers on. bottle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at l4e.

Sleep on dear Grannie and take your | per cake. Call for them at KNIGHT'£

rest, LTD. * 6.9.51—3n

We loved thee well, God loved thee

best. ER-DE-CO — A Scientific Denture

The Seales Family. 6.9.51—1n | Fixture. Gives entire comfort and con-

fidence all day, 2 sizes. KNIGHT’S LTD,

6.9 51—2n

ANN SOAP & COLOGNE—We offer to-day a‘

g nevi a. to over stock Erasmi

2 oile ap per cake, Mitcham:

DRY GOODS—Anyone who brings this | Cologne in faney bottles 1/6 per ig

Advertisement cutting will get 10% KNIGHT'S LTD. 6.9.51—ar*
discount over $5.00 cash purchase uy. to hiss

15.9.51, only, don't miss this offer
Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street. i etes PR gory Aes. ere gallon
—In,. >

. 6.9.51—2n

' ‘UNIMET MAJOR'-—Const mal Angle

| oe ee Rigid Steel wae

From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’

as you can construct Benches, Storage,

a Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for

Light Buildings, scaffolding and other

- useful equipment, Aya le from Stock,
contact

OHS S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD

Dial 3713—4566, 4.9.51—1n.

XMAS GIFTS—Come in and _ selec

from our stock of Matchabellis French

+ Perfume Duchess of York, Stradavari,

ete A 5% reduction to clear

KNIGHT'S LTD. = 6.9.51—3n



BLADON

& co.

A.F.S., F.V.A.

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





HOUSES

CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
modern conveniences. Apply 3 eee

.8.51—t.in,

FOR SALE

“COOLMORE”, Pine Hill.—
Modern Bungalow constructed in
1939 with 18” stone walls and









heavy asbestos roof. There is a New House, Navy Gardens. Three (3)
large L-Shaped living room, 2 beds, Washbowls, Lounge and dining
double bedrooms with built-in room. Tiled shower. Short or long
wardrobes, kitchen, pantry, ser- lease. Ring 4666 4 to 6 pm

vant's kitchen, bathroom with tub 5 9 51.—2n.
and shower, solar heating instal-

Jation, garage and 2. servants’

rooms. The grounds of about % an :

acre are heavily wooded with PERSONAL

Mahogany and Flamboyant trees







Lawns and stone flagged ter- ——
race are in a_ seclided walled NOTICE
iS tenes i chal Ne The public is hereby warned against

dealing with any person or persons in
connection with the estate of the late

“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd.
Joseph Nathaniel Prescod, situated at
| —A spacious 2-storey stone nouss Hopewell, Christ Church, In case any
built to last with the type o information is desired in connection

material rarely seen to-day. Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,
storerooms, garage ete. Well
commended at the greathy reduced
price now required,

“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
SJames.—Large 2-storey stone
house of sound construction
located on over *4 an acre of good
coast land with 160 ft of sea
frontage. First class sandy beach
and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on ground
floor. In our opinion this proper-
ty would be eminently suitable for
conversion into a Guest House,
Low figure required.

“HILL CREST”, Bathsheba. Sub-
stantially built modern stone bun-
galow on the brow of the cliffs
affording fine view of this rocky
coastline. There are three good
bedrooms, living room, 2-sided gal-
Jery, kitchen, setvant’s quarters
and garage. Electricity and water
are laid on. The Land is over 6
acres and there are about 50 co-
coanut trees. An _ interesting
proposition at the low figure asked.

“WINDY WILLOWS"--Prospect,
St James, Unfurnished house on

with the estate, please communicate
with my constituted attorney, Winifred
King, Cane Vale, Christ Church
Signed
IRVIN PRESCOD,
Qualified Executor.
5 9 51.—2n,



ADVERTISE
in the
ADVOCATE

G. A, Service's

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

“Only they who fulfil their duty
on” “every day matters wil!
Julfl, them” “on great oecasions

.... KINGSLEY”.

For every day or that
special occasion the Hostess’ who
has Gas for Cooking is sure of

coast, with 3 bedrooms, sree
verandah, everlooking sea .
Immediate possession.

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
Ane, Nee Silks

HANS

———

RENTALS

“CRANE HOUSE", St. Philip.







“WAVERLEY”, St. Lawrence. Pr. in. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466
ACH HOUSE", St. Lawrence.
“IN CHANCERY”, Silver Sands. ee ose et ty t
“CLIPLYNNE" Garden Gap, eer veveTee
Worthing.

» “PLEASANT HALL COTTAGE”,





For further particulars and conditions
of sale, epply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.



—
A STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST,







who has had previous experience. Begin-
26.8.5!.—N.E.D. | ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &
The undersigned will offer for sale at ween eens ~~ rect e
publig competition at their «fice, No.) NURSE—Experienced Nurse for bab)
gh Street, Bridgetown, vn Friday,’ apply to No. § Swan Street between
the 7th. day of September, 1951, at 8 am. to 4 p.m. 6.9.51—In
p.m. F The dwellinghwuse known as
Ree Bb ewe MISCELLANEOUS
whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure- WANTED TO RENT

ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts,
and the out-buildings thereto, situate
on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,
Ceo Hotel Royal.

nspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 12 noon and’ 6

» WAREHOUSE: TO RENT In 1
around City-—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Ltd,

2.9,51—t.f.n,





LOST

2. B.T.C. BOOKS—Series A.9600—9609,
G 9690-9699 Autumn Meeting. Between
Pugtim Read, Ch. Ch. and Bridgetowr
Plaga? Finder return same Advocate Ad
vertising Department. 6.9.51—In

p.m.
For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
*28.8%1—B.D.

—— ee

The undersigned will offer for Sale at
public competition at their Office, No. |
17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30

m.
THE COTTAGE GiFT SHOP, standing |
on 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining

.



TENDERS

MURPHY DIESEL ENGINE
Tenders are invited for the



the Barbados Aquatic Club, together/purchase of one (1) New Model
wie the Goodwill and Assets of the! ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 6%”
ur i 1 °
ates oe ORY, Diesel Engine mounted
INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-|ON engine iength welded steel
days. and Fridays, betwen the hours of | Skids, length 1037/8”, radiator
an P.m. on application on the i i
ee *. cooled and equipped with

enclosed Twin Dise power take
off clutch, two 12 volt starting
batteries with cables, radiator fan
and lubricating oil cooler for
re ical operation. Rating 180

-P, intermittent 150 H.P. cof-
tinuous at 1200 R.P.M, at Sea
level and 60°F ambient; also a
lot of spare parts,

Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes addressed to the
City Engineer marked: —

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY
DIESEL ENGINE”
and should reach the City Engin-
eer, Port-of-Spain, not later than
Saturday 15th September, 1951.
26.8.51—6n,

For further particulars, and conditions

of sale, apply to :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.

31 8.51-—13n.

AUCTION

1947 CHEVROLET LORRY: We are
instructed by the Insurance Agents to sell
by Auction this vehicle which has been
damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy
Garage on Friday 7th Sept, at 2.30 p.m.

JOHN M. BLADON & Co.
Auctioneers,



.

2.9.51—4n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

VACANT POST OF MEDICAL
OFFICER OF HEALTH,
BARBADOS, B.W.I.



CITY COUNCIL
REPORT'S





|







ead finally altering th



Applications are invited for
the post of Medical Officer of
Health at the Speightstown
Health Centre which will serve
. oe norihem pariahes ‘s of

arbados, covering a population| @45 99 «mown in th ana of
of some sixty thousand people, va ae sett behalt cfedienel a

tain Cipriani
ine ea re * — voor were personal cheques drawn by
is in the scale $4,320 x 240— Mr, H. W. Farrell, the Town
$4,800 \ Clerk, on the 21st of March, 1949

(British West Indian and the 22nd of December, 1950
dollers). Salary subject to de- respectively, Apparently | these

ductions of 4% of salary under cheques have never been pres-
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension) ented to the Bank, Since no|
Act unless wholly or partially books of account for this Fund
Widows by 4 e 4) are available it is not possible to

*|should be but there is a_ likeli-
hood that the Town Clerk has
in effect, been using part of the
funds of this Trust account for}
his own purposes for a consider-|
able period.

HARBOUR LOG

@ from page 3
startling, wut there is one most
serious aspect which is not re-



the two cheques for

3. Passages up to a maximum
ef $1,440 are paid on first
appointment, Leave passages are
not paid. Leave conditions are
im accordance with local leave
regulations,

4.





A house allowance is paid



at the rate of 10% of salary. *
Quarters are not previded. In Carlisle Bay
5. Travelling allowance is

Yacht | Marsaltese,
Lydia Adina S., Sch

M.V Daerwood,

Cloudia S.¢

payable in accordange with

the

Memorial und | tryin

120 candidates for courses in
nternal combustion and electrical
engineering, only 24 can be
accommodated. Of these, an
erage of only 8 can graduate
early. Again a totally inade-
tate number for the Market

The most recent vote for edu-
cation in this Island is 91,806,116,.
). Of this vast sum, not one
ngle cent has been allocated to
‘echnical education and vocational

eee in the true sense of the

ord,

I am going to ask you, Gentle-
men to support and pass the
| Resolution of which notice has
been given on the Agenda, with
the hope that Government will
make a start as soon as next year
by allocating a reasonable ‘sum
of the Educational Vote towards
echnical Education and Voca-
tional training.

The first need is for instructors
who will themselves have to be
(rained, probably at the College
in British Guiana or Puerto Rico,
then buildings and equipment,
e curricula

of the appropriate schools to
include instruction in technical
edueation and vocational train-

Practical
Knowledge

Mr. J. M, Kidney said that in
this matter of technical education
and vocational training, he wanted
to be satisfied that

the training
would eventually make boys
workmen in the workshop. A

workshop such as that of his firm
~-The Barbados Foundry—for in-
Stance, What was really wanted
today were people with pifictical
knowledge, not necessarily people
with technical knowledge. There
were already too many experts;
what they needed were people who
could use a chisel and hammer,
people who could operate a ma-
chine and things like that

‘As far as my firm is concerned,”
said Mr, Kidney, “some years ago
the directors saw fit to increase
the wages of boys in order to get
the boy of a higher educational
standard than what was then the
case to train. This was done with
the hope that he would become a
workman in a shorter space of
time. I am sorry to say that we
have failed in that effort, We did
not get the boy whom we were
looking for, Such a boy went into

vealed in the report. That ig that} the public seryire or got a job that
$42.00 and} would mu. soli als hands.

“We are stil continuing the in-
cereal rate of pay, however, and
© give our boys a practical
knowledge of engineering, work-
shop practice, etc,, and we are suce

cessful up to a certain point. It
was a position though, in which
the firm had no guarantee that

they would get any return for the
money they were spending. What
I mean is that, after five years the
apprentice can either stay with us
or take a job with someone else
The money therefore spent on him
if he chooses to go with someone
else, would be a practical loss to
the firm

“For the information of mem-
bers I would point out that at pres-
ent the cost per week of all ap-
prentices is $196.20, and for the
year just ended the cost was
$10,306.40",

Mr. Kidney then talked of the
method used in training fhe ap-

| prentices. He finally suggested that

if money wasrto be spent in the



eh, s
local regulations made under oh’ Pranklyn D.R., Sch si D'Ortact penating - : muprentiens so that
Public Officers Loan and @ll~| Seb. Rosarene, Sch. Lucille M_ Smith, ey would in due course earn a
ing Allowances Act. ba ental sh Marion Belle Wolfe, M-V. C. lL. M | jivelihood as a result, it would be
nia, Bab auevala well if Government would make
6. Candidates must hold| ¢.8. Yacoma Star, 4.946 tons net,|s9me arrangement with the busi-
graduate medical degrees, yegis-|Cept. Hanbridge, from London |nesses who now taught them
trable in the United ingdom| @chooner Timothy AH. Vansluyt- | Government could accept responsi-
| and must possess a Diploma in| 2", 16 tans net, Capt, Stoll, from | Hijity for the first year of their

British Guiana,
DEPARTURES
Behooner W. L. Bunigia, 38 tons net

Public Health or other: equal
| qualification, A degree, diploma

or certificate in Tropical Medicine | Capt, veoh. a age t, Capt
and Hygiene is desirable but not Wait fen Trinidad wee

essential.

7. Duties of the office are| In Touch with Barbados

ascertainable by request from the Coastal Station

i 7 , but
broadly ne tena vert heayrh Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
[and quarantine

serviaw, ‘inspeo with the following ships through their

‘tion of schools, publie health Coast Station;
education, maternal and child gat pbatevenie, 5.8 Sparrows Point
welfare and other clinic appro | Piederica, S.S| Beaver Dam, SS §
riate to Health Centre services| Monica, $.S. Zuiderkruis/Piyw, 5.5
. d ti ith local|Sea Pearl, SS. Adviser, S.S. Alec
en co-operating wi ae riser, S$ >a |
government bodies on matters] Pour, 5S, Woden S “ioe Em
relating to sanitation and hygiene. | Resolute, $5. ‘Alcoa Pennant, 5.8

Alcoa Corsair, 8.8. Folke Bernadotte
8. It is proposed that four (4)|8.s, S. Rosa, $.S. Sjoa, $.S. Vassilis,

ublic Health Nurses and one}§ §. Vuleano, $95, Tank Olterra, 5.6
Sten) Inspector will aid in Free Crest, §.5, Tista, S.S Macolis,
‘ s.s Flora Marsano, SS Vulcano
these duties. Lbnj, 8.8. S. Veronico, $.S. Maria
De Larrinaga, SS. Alcoa Puritan, ‘3

9. The Medical Officer of| Alcoa Partner, SS. Alcoa Runner, S
Sibilla/Iclx, 8.8. Tectus, 8.S. Costille
Health would be expected to take Sona bo. tara’ thaten BB. Fort

up duty on or about the 1ISt| Richepanse, $.8. Atlanta Secondo, 8.5





January, 1952 and applications! Delesman, 8.8. Canadian Constructor
shculd reach this office not later|5.S. Clarkes Wharf, S55. Reina Del
jthan the 15th October, 1951, eSEHes BG eatemac
ae SEA WELL
| ARRIVALS By BWIA
VANSLUYTMAN "sn Stasi
| Marjorie Lorde, Ida Dewbury, Marg:
ret Armstrong, June ,Chastanet, Ir
Chastanet, Donold Sue-a-Quan, ma
| BRINGS RICE Charles, Mary Devaux, Fonathar

Devaux, Guy Purchas, Stansililes Comp

The 76-ton schooner Timothy) ten, Henry Adjagha.
Vansluytman







A. H. sailed into) Frem Trinidad: :
; y Duff, ¥
port from British Guiana yester~| oy Pome Branker, By Duw.
| day wi a by" of 50 bags of | Moniesi, Iris Kelly, Jacob Graniz
| Tice, bags of charcoal, tons peranannas By BWLAL
rewood Fer Trinidad:
\ot a oo packages of ‘Clarence Cleveland, Joseph Khadarar
\fresh fruit. Anges and §T@pe-! coinerine Finke, Aian Upfeld, ft
' he atherine nke, pi ,
rut were included among t Keach, ines Quarles, Rina Abra
r . | W/Cmdr. L. mlesfield, err
Mayers, Rupert Goddard, Dore
“This trip from British Guiana | Ashby, Daisy Ashby, Millencent M
is one oi finest that the Van-| Aithes Map

sluytman has made with me on sh Teen

McLeod Smith, Laura



Dayrell's Road, St. Michael.

“WHITEHALL PLATS”, Cod-
rington Hill, St. Michael
“WINDY WILLOWS” Prospect,

St. James.



|

REAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
| Phone 4640

Ce a NR te



CALADIUM SHOW

WHITEHALL, ST. PETER

in aid of St. Peter's
“DAILY MEAL”

Open Daily 2.30 a.m. to
6 p.m.

From Saturday, September
8th to September 30th

her,” the mate said yesterday.
The Vansluytman was neverthe-
less about 75 miles out to see from
British Guiana when high winds
and rough seas were experienced
»y other ships in the Caribbean on
» | Sunday. The mate said that they
% | did not meet the squally weather.



The Schooner Owners’ Associa-
Â¥ | tion informed the Advocate yester-
* | day that the schooners Rainbow M.
inclusive ~ and Gardenia W., vo i ae
tt L/- *% bados shortly before the ac
acd . &| weather set in on Sunday, reached
—SIPPOOOCOO PP SOFIOCCFSO 'their destinations safely.

Irene Browne, Roland Browne, Geollrey
Pearson, Vivian Robert, Claudie Wii-
Mums, Teresa Eastrnond, Martha D'Arch-
ville, Elaine Clarke
For Grenada;

Collis Webster.

RATES OF E
SEPTEMBER



vise that they can now communicate they will serve any useful




Browne, |

XCHANGE |

| training. For the second and third
years when they were becom-
ing more useful, the responsibility
could then be on a fifty-fifty ba
ind for the fourth and fifth years
the company could then take on
all responsibility with regard to
their wages.

“I have given my view " ended
Mr. Kidney, “I do not know if
pur-



pose.”

Long Neglected

Hon, V. C. Gale said that the

Nelson,| thanks of the Chamber and the
§.8.| communit

should be given to Mr.
Withnall for bringing the matter
up that day. It was a matter that
had long been neglected by Gov-
ernment. There was a_ greater
need for technical education in the
world today than there ever was,
Barbados had had a very good
reputation for education. As far
jas the West Indies were concerned,
if one took into consideration the
| last figures with respect to educa-
tion, he would see that Barbados
|was the most literate island,

“Unfortunately we have not
{gone in for technical education
| which is needed,” he said. “This
would be an education with which
people would be equipped to work
for a living instead o a walk-
ing about when they left school
looking for a job and more often
than not, in vain. All the boys
going to @ secondary or first grade
school cannot be doctors, lawyers
teachers, civil servants or clerks
and these things were what they
were being taught to do. They are
not being given any technical
education whatsoever, with the re-
| sult that when they left school they
i find itevery difficult to get suit-
able positions.”

This matter
jing was one that
up very seriously by
ment, said Mr, Gale. He thought
there was plenty of space at Com-
|bermere where provision could be
jmade for a technical sebool. As a
mattes of fact, the Headmasters of
the schools on Speech Days had
frequently expressed the view that



of technical train-
hould be taken
the Govern-



a ee |some kind of technical education
3 ron lshould be started as soon as
63 4/10% pr. Cheques on Du
i Bankers 61 4/10% pr. | possible
| Demand Drafts 61.26% pr
Sight Drafts 61 1/10% pr Pl
63 $/10% pr. Cable easure
i 9/10 pr. Curtenc w 9/10 pr v ;
Coupons $9 2/10% pr Mr. A. deL. Inni aid
50% pt Silver 20% pt I have great pleasure in second-





DISCUSS

PAGE SEVEN





wh












nA ; , ‘ :
iryvey ! i ‘hud Ki sho A {
tion poli et ind he hoped tha Case S J djournec
7 before the next budget ¥ re
: cs heulbie ts draw ter adkieee. lor Witnesses
i if l ] ing iter vhict € t Gov
Bei a . ' reeded an » mig be ¢ pleader's claims in two different
ing the _Motion nade Aime +. Lied into effeet during thé cou eases that Dafosta & Co., Ltd: had
Withnall relative to forwarding f the next few year brought at. tr f
Government a Resolution in con- © ©" ’ e Wan Vee’ ere Gain
nection with the exaliianinan: of C t yore ere Ned) @ journments by
a Technical and Vocational Train- 408 Mf Orisingt Te
= Eadth in this then of Original Jurisdiction yesterday
ig ‘ regar the Combermere se that they might get witnesses to
Mr. Withnall has referred to sal, he wanted to point out substantiate their cases.
Resolutions passed at the Asso- there was a cupital cost o as E -
_ dll a oe en “1 600 .as eet. out in » port , One was Elmina Mascoll of
meeting held in Barbados in 1944 WIG) was produced during the Bank mal who is claiming: aonas
and Grenada in 1948 On looking ¢ ul of 1939 and there wa: also ‘24 chattel which were ordered to

into a2 annual recurrent be sold to defray a debt Stephen



his matter I 7 find expenditure al ova ees ~
that e a Meeting of the Ror { $24,500. tte oy Ma Reon oe
porated Chambers of Commerce I am quite sure that the capi- Giiice 1s th "the @ i “noun be
held in St, Kitts in 1945 at which ‘@! cost now would be consider- stopped & d the ‘ ust ere
I was present a cable was received ably greater, how much = greater ternigadcoe tains een er ae
from the West India Committee, | “™ mot prepared to say at the thines she is cl iming res irs
London, dealing with Vocational ™oment. As regards the annual ‘8s ce § are cues
A ; g ition Seed coitae 7 : and a radio. She had summoned
Training and the rehaMilitatian of Soe eae "tee a a oe no witnesses to substantiate her
ex-service men returnir he he » Feport as the , » oy ;
Colonies. This cable a aoa masrmum, | am more certain still Se odsuutmedt can 6 ther o
with at that meeting and a reply {P2' this figure would in fact ° ae
sent by wire expressing the Meet- Prove to be quite inadequate by The otner interpleader was
ing’s agreement with the sugges- Oder standards Eileen Phillips who claimed cer-
lions made by the West India ,,. >¢fore I sit down I might men- tain furniture which DaCosta &
Committee in this connection and "0" that Government has shown Co,, Ltd. were going to levy upon
asking that a copy of the telegram “/%"S of being aware of the need to ‘offset a debt owed by Leon
be forwarded to the Secretary of [0% 'Proved facilities as regards Grimth, She was also granted an
State for his information ar we a heeded iene adjournment to get witnesses

os - - “ a ac ave ao 1O€ ve nume

aehy Sean. fe, renee unde te
fare for the year ended March Seas eke caer re ek eee Sh k is oy’ Ss it
Hist 1950 and | reproduce the time instructions in motor hme \ Oop eeper s wm

fcllowing data, from this Report

- P , ering, etc., at the Evening Insti- .
ioe the information of the Meet- (ute and i think there are 1,755 Adjourned
ne. people receiving part-time in-
structions in domestle science at At the Court of Original Juris-

Other Colonies

the Houseeraft Centre. diction yesterday Judge H. A.

< ~ “I would be the first to admit Vaughn adjourned a case R, T.

In British Honduras a Technical that itis is a little and does not Lynton of Pilgrim Road, Christ

aid Vocational Centre has been xo anywhere near grappling with Chureh, brought against Evans
established there,

In Trinidad a
similar centre is now being built
at San Fernando at an estimated
ost of £83,000, As far as Bar-
bados is’ concerned, under the 10-

the problem which Mr. Withnall
has brought to the notice of the
Chamber this afternoon

“Tam sure that you will appre-

Clarke of the same district, claim-
ing $140.03, as the balance of a
groceries’ debt, The judge granted
the adjournment so that Lynton



inate that I am not in a position could summon. witnesses who
year Development Plan, this to make any decision for any Might help prove her case
Island was allotted £800,000 and authoritative statement at this Lynton's case is that Clarke’s
Island was alloted £80000 and sutnoritative statement vat this "fasion, Case. in that clarke
the 31st March 1950 of £640,000, Harbados that I would never give on credit. The goods were taken
Of this amount, £176,000 was an undertaking unless I was in a during 1946 and 1947
pent at the end of March 1950 position to carry it out, and as Clarke. however, claims that he
Since this the further sums have|regards a matter like this, it is was out of the land fer some
been spent, viz one of Government Policy which time and came back in 1946, His



Seawell
Waterworks
Others

£ 337,500
£ 6,750

, will be dealt with
£ 1,645

tive Committee

“LT will say that I am conscious
of the need improved facilitie
for vocational training and I per-
sonally would be very disappoint-
ed if a beginning at least cannot
be provided for in next year's
estimates.”

SHIPPING NOTICES

by the Execu- wife is now dead, but during the
time she was alive, Lynton never
came to him and told him of the
alleged debts

When the case is heard again on
October 3, Lynton will get such
evidence as the shop girl who dis-
patched Clarke's wife and the
books in which entries were made.

£ 345,898



I may also mention that I have
learnt that British Guiana has
also established a very elaborate
centre for Technical and Voca-
tional Training which has been
financed by their Government
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by since, the Secretariat had gone
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in connection with this very im-| ss. “PORT FAIRY” is sched ited to woe ay ‘CARR ae
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portans spamer, I think the time ith otakey Sule, wtiee Brisbane July for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
has arrived when something ist Sydney August’ 4th, Melboume perrat, Nevis atta St. Mites
should be done on similar lines ir ugust 1ith, arriving at Trinidad Sep- Sailing Monday 10th inst
Barbades and our Government] mbcr sth, and Barbados September The M.V eee ae
2 ‘ } accept Cargo ane assenge
would be well advised to apply Nominica Altisua. Montemlants
to Development and Welfare for In addition to. general cargo. thi Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
. ' ere .
the allotment of a portion of the] :sei has ample space for chilled and Friday lath inat )
remaining available surplus funds ird frozen cargo | The M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
under the 10-year Plan to enable Cargo accepted on through Bills of accept Cargo and Passengers for
then to im ietment in ne ~ a ding for transhipment at Trinidad to} St Lucia, Grenada and Aruba
‘ ‘p , : " itish Guiana, Leeward and Windward | Passengers onl; for St. Vincent
the recommendations made by the lands. | Bailing Wednesday last ins;
Select Committee appointed by For further particulars apply BWI SCHOONER OWNERS
Government (see Report 1949) vo VNESS, WITHY & CO LTD, ASSOCIATION; (INC.)
in connection with Vocationa ei Consignee, Tele No. 4047
and Technical Training, for the and | y
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trade, this is a matter in which
Government should give pre- Gace.
cedence. NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) RVICE
° 8.8. “MARIO C" sails—arrives I'dois 3rd September 1951
Appreciated Need arrester ances
ppreciated N New YORK SERVICE
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The Colonial Secretary who A t September—-arrives B'das 2nd October 1951
was present at the meeting said - --- - aacoeepenieeeoes mn
that he was well aware of the NEW ORLEANS | SERVICE her 1061
need for greater facilities fo A STEAMER sails 29th August arrive 4'dos ath leptem ver oi.
technical and educational train- nS eee SMe Seon a eneee: 0 abd ar eee nee ethiasiien
ing, because, he pointed out, he CANADIAN SERVICE
he * * "| , an t .
worideeivianee hike Ga: wa SOUERROUND
« \srow— 8 as
being done on a large scale. Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax Arrives Barbado
He had arrived in this island 5 “ALCOA PARTNER’ August Ord August 6th August ifth
abeut the beginning of December| 5.8. ALGOA PILGRIM » August 2th August a7th Septemizer Oth
as they knew, he said, and was| ° 8. A A PEGASUS .. September 7th September Mth September eth
pitch-forked into the Budget -ORTHBOUND
They would also remember that] 88. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbados August 16th "for St. Lawrence
it was decided that the Budget River Port
would be prepared one house- These vessels have limited passenger accomodation
keeping basis, and that there cieentiineeiinat mclniieas
would be no ane pe new ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
major projects 0 developmen! al ” ’ y
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PAGE EIGHT

Wl. 1950 Tour Reviewed In Book Form

“Days At The Cricket”

By O. 8. COPPIN

JOHN ARLOTT, B.B.C. Sports Commentator, beloved
West Indian radio audiences, has written a 200-pag«

of the victorious. West Indies cricket tour of Eng-
land, 1950, in a book entitled “Days At The Cricket” (10/6)

















i fifth of the police, fortunately, were goodi-
series of acccunts of tcuring natured. Thus one tall West
ean but this 1950 visit of the Indian, sé@izing a policeman’:

t Indies team who made helmet, procéeded to jink, swerve

k histery—the first defeat und sidestep through the posse of

i i the West Indies policemen and back agai

j provided him manner which brought
he scepe for recording in rugby follower in the gr
« f h ve witness hi feet in acclaim Caught 1€
< which he has Icct ! t ]
ot lo i with great h sent
care n eve for the finer points we Fe tl
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nd s
Summary

His. fi summary of- ihe team
is a to the convincing;
heights reached by West Indie

cricket auru the 1990 tour
The rise of West Indies cricket
guerantees the develipment of
more cricketers there in an
atmosphere of enthusiasm, and it
Â¥y no means certain that their
next—and regrettably distant
tcur here England can have
produced a side to beat them
They have, in the two pin
bowlers and their batting, a cor
ot strength which may, wit
reasonable luck, last then )
ten years of Test cricket An
if young players like Ramadhii

and Valentine are still to be found
in the byways of their game, the
full West (Indies potential by

JOHN ARLOTT

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f tt 1e ar ») under- no means yet fully realised.”

ndir { the relat strength - cone

| kr of the teams , e

McDonald Bailey
Highlights seen

The secount is simply and Does It Again
tr ( rdly written Even
1 whe have not made a BELGRADE, Aug. 3!
tudy of the game as such but McDonald Bailey, the Trin!
who neverthele derive as great qadian sprinter, equalled th
i pleasure and entertainment world yecord of 10.2 seconds fe
from vatching it played, ©’ the 100-metre sprint and put up
hearing commentaries of it, €8N one of the outstanding perfoi
follow intelligently the progress mances that helped Britain win a
of the West Indies tour | and “two-day athictic meeting between
grasp in striking details all Of British’ and Yugoslay teams in
the highlights provided, Belgrade.

Arlott, who a poetry pro-~ Fresh from his triumphs at a
ducer as well as a cricket Com-— syocial Festival of Britain event
mentator in the BBC. has j, pondon that brought . high
himself written two bogks of jraise from British — athl
verse and edited poetry antholo-~ Raijey travelled to Yugoslavia
gies, has employed that clever turn with a team of Britain’: ‘Waat
of phrase in this account that sinjete including Artnur Wint
hag characterised his commen- tne Jamaican sprinter :
taries on the game. Bailey also ram the 220-metre

ace in 20,9 seconds, It was this
year’s best time in Europe, al-
though

Fair Estimate
No one could hope for a fairer































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‘a iia ae

Reg Harris of Britain

Sedgman Wins U.S.
Tennis ‘Tithe

SNYDER, Forest Hills, Sept. 4.

Frank Sedgman of Philadelphia
Tuesday became the first foreigner
in 15 years to win the United
States Tennis Championship

Blasting his way to the net with
tremendou service the 23-year-
old Aussie dealt American Davy
Cup hopes a severe blow rou
ing the baffled Philadelphian
only 50 minutes, before a
of 11,000

Sedgman became the first
foreign champion since Fred Perry
of England lifted the title in 1936

—U.P.

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it is not a new record
estimation of the first Test at wWint won the 800-metre event in TANDARD BRIDGE
Old Trafford than that given bY one minute 49.7 seconds r ,
Arlott. “There was good bowling The British team won the two By M. Harrison-Gray
= act. oe ae om por eee scoring 1024 poin : Deal+r: South
fas grea salting, firs 4885 to Yugoslavia's 89}. crowd o ; ‘Ss
fielding and the wicket-keeping 25,000. Yugoslav _ mae x os : North-South game ;
of Evans, without qualification, cheered the victorious team as i * Ny ‘i :
and of Walcott in view of his jeft the stadium. ; eKI84 }
relative inexperience of such con- Bailey's time for the 100 metres @AKG :
diiions, was of a very high order wa; the best result ever achieved } &I98 i
—and all this in a match of at q meeting in Yugoslavia, In? w. E. :
fluctuations which never suffered ,ddition to Yugoslav timekeepers, i & 9 804, Sie |
a moment's dullness, In fact, the British timekeepers checked the ‘ ¥ * io e ¥ Pare i
standard upon which the game time and declared that track con: ! 3 34232 Meee
was established by the wicket ditions were suitable for the best ea i
demanded epic cricket of courage yesults, Four other men share } @KIRT52 3
and skill; given that cricket the this record—Jesse Owens, Harold { v2 $
match was great: without it it pavis and Barney Ewell, the U.S : 3 Q ‘ Qé6 :
would have been a miserable gprinters and Lloyd LaBeach, uf " nant e-8
niockery of a game.’ Panama ' ; aoe * a ne eer :
He concludes his description of A few days later, Bailey was on “happens “in the first {
the First Test in his way ‘Before ;ynning in Athens in an Ang round of bidding. South bid §
the end of the match it was Greek mectine. He “blacked out" One Spade, North Three j
certain that no subsequent Test completely during a 100-metre yoo T WInnS and Reh bees :
of the series would be played on gsprint—but still won his race. ote Dla perdi whieh aout t
such a wicket, The players are; “Jt was an amazing experience,’ {| passed ee? ; ae
the most important group cONn-Jhe said afterwards, “not knowing : North’s temper was not
cerned, and I doubt that they Sanything until I broke the tape 'y * improved by the know: ¢
wanted a repetition of the pitch, ~ —B.ULP + ledge that Sis Spad was 3
but the spectators might well! sinha eiliat te alee iore eae ot ive DinOnes 3
have felt differently.” SPEED STAR FINED s(ter game had been
5 + Fred Williams. Wembley speed- beached but ey ead a
Worrell and Walcott way rider, who won the world Reaviuie ar at a care tons
H command of delicately§championship last season, was Diamond Piaying w
turned phrases could easily beQined £50 for refusing to ride at
seen in the following passage;gWembley on August 23
written of Worrell and Walcott, ~~ ——--— ‘
in the Second Test but Wor- Arthur Peal SQpS s
rell was beginning to move ij
Evently @
Twice h cut Bedser with THIS SNOOKER NEEDS
om o! exquis delicacy A LIGHT TOUSH
played so late that ¢ thought he “GT "une “thi diagrams b s
had wed the ball to go through i) ene AhoowaT wpe only fur einene, PPA HNN REP NERA § a
when he stroked it imperiously with a light crisp delivers t
almost cut f Evans’ hungry aur Beeen. tt
gloves.” And Walcott he writes Prien | Amite eee ey
“Walcolt made a stroke off the il Ve “ -
back foot to a good jerigth ball Pi Ne YESTERDAY'S
from Bedser which went through j » P
the covers like a roll of thunder.’ i an ' WEATHER REPORT
} 3 | rom Codrington:
Who could miss the humour in j 4 eae bi Rainfall; Nil .
his description of the sideshows 9 Wi eethe sans Fetal Rainfall for month to
by We Indian supporters after —— CYOREEN Sate . date: 3.59 ins,
the West Indies had won. th Bt na Highest Temperature:
Fourth Test and the rubber, Le j p cu 83.5°R,
Arlott writes:—Accordingly the ys S A} stab Be ae Lowest Temperature:
West Indies’ small crowd of it a , T0.5°F,
jubilant supporters made their ‘ or Wind Velocity: 3 miles picr
way towards the pitch, but cat hour
elaborate police preparations had Biack cume trext-~ the Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.869
been made to prevent their even ¥P'* 25°) OE Ml ¥ (3 p.m.) 29.835.
coming cut cn the outfield. The Lot
Ss
J BE y, a ° = ee ae
Jo it Every Lime Aevinand VPs ihe By jimmy Harlo |

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EXPRESS.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



American Column

HAUL OF SECRETS |

j

NEW YORK, no excuse for maiming anybody
An unidentified British aircraft It seems the attackers are troop
carrier is credited with a part in of an »wmaginary aggressor namec







capturing the first Russian MiG Aquinaldo. And some defenders
15 jet fighter to fall into Allied passed insulting remarks about
hands virtually intact. nghting for a “blankety-blank |
The credit is given by the mag- dictator. |
azine Aviation Week, which »s_) Hungry Men }
fticia! : -eme the + ¢ ~
Oficial announcement of une PRISONERS in Oregon State
capture awaits co- On be- |. have not eate ior five cays.
tween the U.S. and Britain.” jedh-have “Oy Mans > 7

They refuse to. work, Says W-r-|

The “No

At

MiG was shot down on th.
coast of Korea and salvaged
\Americin and British naval
Now the U.S. Material
Command is to do an engineering
analysis at the Wright Patterson
e in Ohio.
Says Aviation Week: “The po
sibility that the plane may
restored to flight. condition
tested against U.S. fighters

den George Alexander:
work, no eat.”

it Was A Thriller

ONE A.M. Alone in her dark-
ened flat in Ozone Park, New
York. Mrs. Lillian Laskin watchea
a creepy film on her TV set—
Bela Lugosi turning into a vam-
pire. |

There was a noise at the win-
being considered. Otherwise an Gow. Eyes peered in. Mrs, Laskir
American copy of the plane will screamed. Then came a crash
be produced for this purpose,” outside. Seaman Dan Kenny hac

Fo. weeks Americans have fallen off the dustbin on which
wondered how air generals were he was standing to look into the

nit

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able to testify so confidently on flat.

the MiG’s performance com- By one of those coincidences
pared with An.erican jet fighters that should only happen in a
at the MacArthur hearings in film, two police were passing. At

Congress. Now the mystery seems the police station Seaman Kenney
to be solved. said, sadly: “I'll never touch
FOOTNOTE; Britain’s only air- another drop of that stuff.”
a age off Korea is the Now She Prays
ere. Gee relieved the Theseus SISTER QUENTIN RITA is
— aT os quietly saying her prayers in
ow To Get On California’s San Vicente Convent

EVEN in this land of plenty today. Yesterday she was 20-
there is grumbling and fault- year-old film actress Juanita

finding. But on his 81st birthday. Quigley, who earned £380 a week
Bernard Baruch sums up in seven She “had been in films since she
words how to live and enjoy was three.

living. Says the political and fin-
Klan, But No Fear

ancial sage: “Don’t grouse. Then |
you can overcome _ anything.” KU KLUX KLANSMEN tried)
Baruch practises what he preach- to make a great comeback in
es. Instead of being mournful North Carolina in defiance of the
over his age, he announced police. |
plans for the celebration of his The Klan, which wars on|
0th birthday. Negroes and nails a fiery tross to

the houses of its intended vic-

oe

Barbados

Bootleggers Dip In





IS PROHIBITION DEAD? tims, urged thousands of former

Pla ers Get Yes, Bootlegging? Not at all, says Members to assemble and wear

y Licensed Beverage Industries, their, white hoods, |

: Ine, It adds that because of high But only 97 men turned up.

Caps To-day texes bootleggers art selling more They were outnumbered by curi-

illegal liquor than licensed trad- ous and _ unfrightened ae

Ali duis . La ers are selling whisky. Paying no deputy sheriffs, and police. /

¢ the Bevbios ence ae tas taxes, the bootleggers tadicnpelt nine-year-old boy stood near the

tion, will award six Barbad the traders *y 12s. 6d. a bottle. speakers’ stand and calmly

caps to players who Mave not yet Exercise Knock-Out smoked a cigar. a

received any. : WAR GAMES in North Caro- Why was the | rally a failure?

he presentation will take place lina are growing too real. One Governor Kerr Scott had warned

during the Tea interval today at toldier . was severely clubbed the Klan that he would arrest

the Bay Grounds when Barbado: another wounded To the assem- every man who wore a hood.

opposes The Rest. bled troops Brigadier General None did. Governor Scott is the

Players receiving caps today Henry Meyers said: “I’m proud 5°? of a Klansman.

are: — K, E. Walcott, K, A. Brank- of your enthusiastic fighting ... And Good At Chess

Pee A Ho sasshaw. W. Green- oualities, but we are still mem- BY BEATING ALL the best

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WHAT'S ON TODAY



WATER POLO
Court of Original Jurisdiction Aqua __are Ha
and Lower Courts—10 a.m, Colles: Bi °
Vhippe v
»feree Ja Knight
Cricket Match at the Bay ng oe sy oceaaheee
(The Island vs. The Rest) 7



1 p.m.

Meeting of the Christ Church
Vestry—2 p.m.

Water Polo at the Aquatic
Club (Harrison College vs.
Barrachdas and Whipporays
vs. Police)—5 p.m.

Musical Programme at British



Council—6.15 p.m.
CINEMAS
OLYMPIC Boom Town’ «&
“Por Me and My Gal’
iwesupoem
EMPIRE* Father's Little Divi-
ot. ‘ ; sida. Fer vaalat
AQt re _ = 5 ; e
PLAZA (Bridgetown): “Bess of
Le eee imp. PARI - ODDS
TO-DAY
Strikers Ordered | AT
To Resume Work ARIMA

copper industry and to return to
work immediately. Union officials
said
Judge Alfred Murray of the Tenth
Circuit Court of Appeals granted
the restraining order asked by
Government
Hartley Law. —U.P.



land Larry Evans becomes U.S.
chess champion. He is a 19-year-|
old

husky
star and idol of the girls.

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A Federal Judge on Wednesday Bell’s Special SCOTCH
ordered striking members of the
International Union of Mine, Mill, WHISKY fer Glasgow
and Smelter Workers to end their
ten-day-old strike against the Gold Cup. GROLSCH

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SIX BAMIAIMN ADVOCATl Till BSDAV, SEPTEMBER 6 Dreadful, Choking. Spasms Of. BKONCHIAL ASTHMA r: WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS %si:n IX 1SII NIGHTS When one dose of ihe amszintf Mixture will ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds' Bucklfy's Mixture is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy you have ever tasted—Triple Strength—No Syrup—AM Medication. One Dose Stops The Cough Whtii you (eel a cough U choking bronchial spurn coming on, JUM lake a dose of Buckley'i Mixture and *AVB1IOW slowly You'll feel the powerful healing warmth spread down through your throat and broo< hial lubes, soothing Inflamed parts, eating hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm, making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture is made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and other proven ingredients There's not another rough medicine like it. Get a bottle TODAY, and relief right away. BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE A SINGLE SIP TELLS WHY WE SELL A MILLION BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA ALONE. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash anc 1 CreaV Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv at rfliibility UOITPN1NG B you can b* eure of f*tUn/ • %  trone. %  nootti riexlbU and %  boM kit c'mft/r slide u teaar Look r the nj ma on slider pall Ilki tlCHTNlNS FMTEHI "fc Limui) P — TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH Th BtCC Book for Ihe jroong rrlrkHw Contribution! b y •evrta! of tfta leading rrtckatwa ol ti,i.,. WUh prologue by Sir Donald Bind nun 11,,'OHNSON". STATIONERY USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tins. Anchor Powdered Milk 2.24 2.00 Tins Pineapple Juice .33 .30 Tins Ovaltino (Large) 1.54 1.48 Tins Pilchards (is) .22 .20 Tins Evap. Milk .29 .27 Bots. Frontenac Beer .26 .20, D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street : A re You going to Australia? No? Well then let us (over the West in.in-. Cricket Tour for you. I'.i .,ii..! impressions el Mir Cricket Writers or. the Spot will make you Feel thiil you were there to see it. We nlso give excellent Law Reports from London while there are Special Pages with Complete Financial Information, tinier Puges b> Winston Churchill. SUBSCRIPTION : Yearly *!. 0.0. 0 Month. £ S. 10. G. 3 S. 0. 0. /%Wit Sails XTrlrgf^b Representative: I. W. V. Gale. c /o Barbados Advocate. Phone 3204



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THIRSDAY. SEPTEMBER C 1931 BABB.\oos ADVOCATE I'M.I riiRii P.O.S. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Trust Funds A dm in istered ALY KH/M SNOW! MFAUVILLE BLACK EYi mmwr WE PUBLISH ;.,*.„> eorta n refWta dealing with affans <>i in. ti City Council which have come from!!;-Wfltlhlpthi BUyoi They areas !.,. (1> Repoii dated June 2ti. 195). from Mr. C. W Hodges. Director -if Audit, to Kii V. % hip the Hftyor, Couneulor Raymond Hamel-Srniih. on the subject of* a dishonoured cheque. *—* A report from Mr, tfodfti t i the Mayoi dated July 3, 1951. on the subject of Trust Funds. %  : Mr, U K 'l fcaui ti "l Audit's staff, totheDirector : Audit. |4> A furthfti Director of Audit, dated .Iul> 8, 19 d TN? fol report bi Uu> Mavul>j. 1 I I Raai :,. Old. 41 1931 of TOM I odead with Barclay'! i have the honour to reft ,mt iba you r letter ot the 25th of June. Bank also ;.et 'i AaW ItSi. o n the subject of TTual FundH and to submit herewith a becomes due copy of th,. report of i I U*l \i\ cir-HivM VIIMOKIM inrr who carried out a Joint surH \n—a* 5B3.ee. vey with an officer „t the 1 **at Inl Ihll Fund Corporation, wui created by Public Subscrlp2. 1 recommend that all .ho.. Uonj for the purpose of erectins funds should be Incorporated, in a Memorial over the crave of the The main accounts of the Conlate Captain Cipriani. poration by means of Deposit A. Ma Cash Book or Record Book counts I stall, of ooofie, be Kin '' tound and IB the eirctimto discus* tha detailed arrana ll araj impoMihi* mentc with you or your staff if how the Fund functioned. i. %  ... Hi. %  • : I'd lh.it .1 11. %  %  %  $250.60 appears u. bare l*eii 30th of embei • %  %  Bai .. fore %  3. I strongly raooana The Ci obtained Bank Statement which showed a balai %  a PROBLEM Which Deaavilie -Mitliy VIMI.H eyt? For day* he hid It bah Hid dark glaaaea. ft-ill Mta a dark brul. lie ..•;' | ind her foiinrr tin-band, Porflrlo F' re UikliiK about U Now did Aly Khan K *t l,i i-O tha Klauw* were di>.rdeil no. He wan photogi .ipbal wllh U B li-u 1 !ow of undertaking certain %  %  %  in the City for which I cannot leajallj i iPi The fuj purpose oa the Mayoi r 6*017. Debentures Iron thai Btatt %  i I .'MI that the Fun! h^s $2.4i"l It would seem therefore that the aorth $9,583.00. The Acting Town Clerk h, bt < %  aaked '< obtain i Bank Certtfleal • to substantiate the Bank Balance Of $9,386.25. Unclaimed Monvy $72.13 The sun found in %  : v with tha on v an learnt that thin amount ha. been unclaimed for a time Ml (! I > \MI POSTAL OR%  >|;RS— $421.40 IMlia for $3050 dated HIS so— H. pau—Kat> 4t Syndenham Avenue. \ 83302 for $33.33 dated 11.11.48— Prorope & Choke —Rates 14 Oonxales Hill (C) No 26/BJ i;9680 for JIIW.9J dnte.1 13.1250—Pollmi| B *, Blunc Rataa 10 Tragarete Rfl (d) No. 216907 for $2 00 dated 10.10.80 J. L. KalahaU—Rataa 2t Cornell i A' %  N for $120.24 dated 20.10 49— Barclays Bank— %  aorfa stT.. • K 74630 foi $82 71 d.d.d AUm.l -H337 for %  %  %  2.12.50—M Milna—Ratai 39 & 39A ) I^ine these ••' %  %  I I Clark for 11 ani Ratet ot Charajaa. i addraaaad to thi £ tin .* ir, settle their Indebtedness on the ar pm tka bt %  t:i OIL ,n b) the Town I k Cheques En iered On i iv IUBBBMUOB the cheque* %  : I'UKli.itely b> thi I I bit dublou: B| to whettu %  aould honto the dataa on which thi I n i am will be iei.iud (e) Envliipc cenu. V.4I 1.1 SAFE— MIS. Ill INKH \-ll fin „. (a) Envelope cot lalnlnal 10 cents rtind lot^t on i Oovt, Dsbanturaa I b] Bnvel IIC Knvelopc velopaa %  VKM various sums ra %  • of rates which excess of the i;it.' following 31 JIICY >M l i DRINKs-*U.*U Bani Pas B i The aum of 81040 waa found 1.1.50 an envelope marked Juicy Sweet Receipts' Drinks $15.60." ('AMAIN' CIPRIANI MEMORIAL I INK CASH— Sltf.TS This cash has already been commented on earlier in the report. OENERAl. In addition to Clerk m the Town dark's Office receives money from thi for the purpose of Deeds of Leeeea and Surrender on behalf M II %  I cd"s Solicitors, Ifi H Clarke. Those sums do not [orm part of the Council's Cash but are kepi by ttW clerk who maki ^ and any necessary pafaj %  __, ... ., I'.ll.i' r UIIUI UP IWI "i IMMBU* set up 'ine ti-ie in i*a ,„., ,,,,„ whe , ,, ,, a*ra I : %  1 m the 2nd of -1 %  I -n nook was seen flr y. iBftl that thil chaqua enulit mat thenwas hltle n k not i met and it was %  i 1049 i Bank No enti i A Ban bui the ine Pori-of-Sbaln Cori i had lo be movod to othoi .lid I o! in *he absence of %  "' ll,jt "ke over until Ma) 11 making the survey In i %  perl | MI it rei retted lhl ihi i.tthi ash halunce until I I M ,, .., April 1951 whan 11 M i coaunue longer ithout beti n ,.,,, m ey could othei % %  %  %  ii" a:;t.i to the Hank n CB1 ,.,.,,, jj t liu *t be ampha&iaed be v rtni-ii_llia_t thts clissiue waa thi)l thl Bos B |blllty of three aenofneen of lha Corporation it. ., Ord. 41 1031 I. %  Bunk Intst %  $96 10 $ .111 $3 22 irawn ,, w The "SLsS"taai "qulesrina; In suoh Irreaularilk 1 "th -'April 1951 lh \ M)i| (irrI1 %  i i ,i %  %  rei ?33 80 i mi bald ai pan %  •' u h siii0 7' balance until it %  :.tound lhare rvej on the 14th ti Junat I06L %  ti the B %  .: %  $540.61 lbou ( ,; ;i 8 77 rorth> [kites Imjxtrtani Souvenir Fund MH'VI-NIK 2. Thi %  ot I II M< KII Kl I $750.04. It has been ascertained that this Fund was created by Public Subscriptions for the purpoM0| aza) qutria coming the last W I A Further Report maj be Tin furthoi renart by Mi %  low own Hull I %  %  harge was i.vied "ii tha rati vei %  fiiii ;" rii. p.i ,:, lu.lviiiK the Town Clerk which %  I the Mayoi obtained the par%  nil to Mr Laaaalle ha asked me to inventlgat tun sc ... I was i" are not of tha Corporation. Thi .i \ com l %  uiel I'i'i andura w hfc h i anota to KM I'll" |"MHled i" lha a, On l',ige 1 Cmket Team that toured thi L'nited Kingdom and io %  the nv ..-els of the team uitebh '' .. ,.,j.,|. %  %  M'.iMinably sat| II was nnnos : MCartBook, ""'. ,. „ amount of • %  I According to Barclay a Bai | Hook No 1143. the sum of $75" .'. Fund at thetlrd of February, !95i. HK < i GMSa^aH-^LIP(.-OLOl'RS Maralyn HAS jtofymMff "SS^.T^SSSSt&ZT.'SS, • NEED TO UO ofiugar — mJit-iddioonslvcnndSfJI ilyai MILK OR IUCRR mtid to d* n asU *M or 10U oswr. Enwy il aWij— ottoaightsboutbcJ-iiaK. *" <"<4 lam TWS A IIOVI'IL QUALITY PRODUCT BRINGS A SMILE TO EVERYONE'S FACE MO. st'iMiowk aayal pngaiiw* M ruvia prtparc ana *o oisMkaI. HO* 0>l — lodarOa!a'*fhior^|htcolou''. ar"ethene*e*t raveamorgtthe great Parti end London dra > % %  perfectly keyed to the lab and cleanly g u nii a*, each rafiil, toiu^od m il it thi irneea$e. Antf fherei o glMenlRg Noil Colour to match e.e'f Lip Colour. HAIl I CO" OJ* GALA OF L0\D0\, Remember, too... Go'o 'Fact Colour' -"itching Foundation Shodti S. Powderiond tevely praporotloni f*or ifcf.i cart P.S.NICMOLL$.PO BOX 141 uNaia.i> tha Mh ot* J II .it.. ajance ^ .lllieli M arhlrti %  %  i tuV ii .>nt was Inl%  I (b) Envelop.containing B GonPub f.*/f C*Uri1J eral Purpoaoi MH !' %  -<.. %  KM Bulk Inga on a ,_ ii( ^ 0M0 and 52 cents 5^ the anvalope is a now ., August \^Q ie. these cheques a) all, and they plaint v. Webster.'' , hl |W f< „ $372 4 ,, touhj onlj ban (c) Loose changv amountmn to amo.int lUuKUni rtors at a esah $1.49 and % %  2 can! lamp Use 17th (vtohor n ^. t held ..s pari of rnirvas Buck unreya an not (d> Envelope coiiuinlmt 2A Barclays Bank 1'ass Hook No. ! % %  4 "nally held Parlcc .. row and the leiils with the % %  >i. 1930 whei. pea red Aral nirvc) i I D eld %  -' "Htlen on il No Bo..k of v U* ">'• 2nd "f May. UnXOftunalat] PttlNCESS vi\Ki MhMM. I' I '' •" ,h hnlance on tl UM* $477 BJJ of the 0th ol \i.mct. 1080 never heM. Tin. rrom .'rtt'iui n i i fcl^**0fl %  cheqw irroafa of werh aclal Invest intll th. .uith of Ih.ercaafdon .i nusrk Ipto Uw atorei 1 : %  %  %  I %  !>ut all gooda ihipped va thi P.I \ and the %  r I rgibobeaa n MIMIC ihi i' l. \ I %  DUNLOP PORT CAR TYRES IMIWIHMi KSTAlhS & Hi, (ECKSTEIN BROS. Mi ['{).. LTD. Fly to Britain in Festival Year I BY B.O.AC. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.I A. C.el Thrr, Sooner Stny Ther I .... ;.T n rrtsai % %  easts i ... • i I MUNI. KXiiin Past llr oi., I %  aaklv B.WJ 17.Hi hmt* 2 il".RU LUilM.il ,; ::. 2 Lundon I 37.23 1 1.474.20 AUt onn %  tins lafft i %  to till Wluile Wsrld. h FLY BO AC I-CI I i-ll OVntWKAD Vil'U VV ( (IRI'OK XTION KHIII--II WIST INDIAN tlBWATR I.IMITFD i n i mo Ml IBBI i I is i \ .,,.. m ILDDSO !" M



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nil RSDAY, M i'ii MI.I.H {, i9Ji BARBADOS \l"\o( Ml I'M.I I IM Technical Education Very Important Sh o u Id Be Ta ugh I \v\ \M i WIII i inin AI Coin berni ere — Commerce Chamber Say i wnuUi like 0 t to take i mere School caUonal I M %  Vocational 1 %  Island and di to lion IN al %  %  % %  %  I IT adopted i 1 11 I; n ernmenl take tana %  teach that Hi. i hind other c< Ionia which ? malt Mi s |> H With) %  %  Mr. Wlthiiull Bald: I do n.1 propose, gentlom • % %  %  do so. I have in mind tomh on | pointing (Ml nave beet %  %  %  on tinda lesohillon of which notice %  i ..... June im MK rTBBSOL\ I %  !* % % % %  %  m %  .. the % %  %  ..,.. i. Vocational Training %  • %  i-ii.inl onus To BMine -Lislin Bn the v., Technical Education I \ I M I. t inquiry %  %  Ki-iih ( %  • %  H IW*1I Of PHD Hill, s; Peter, . %  the Di%  %  ., %  pant on ; ... and training. %  thai not ool) IHTII csUl,li>htM and fuiut-Spaln for > ... but the i " w ** A w wuoataon and ita cio n(iw a i l!K n to build Harper, tioiui training i Kelt How .in Ihey in IP4J when M r. C < i!.. about I p.m. oti Thursday. August Foundry l,l-.tauiiit. w:.. r la Appearing wi.H %  N.v ..!.. roldrncc prior to Aung divorcv action %  gall I m hr maiii.'u in 19311 Thar are thrr* rhil.lrrn hy tbc mnruEXPRESS Youngsters Eye Witness Account (>i Met Death Bv %  ( • %  ( %  .. . High winds In Dominica By Dora [bbenon Misadventure The DORA IBBERSI IN St i ia Well 1 %  'ill'! of l>.\ topn n( I Well i told the Idvoeate ndion Sun Domii i wm ei on. [ %  ] n .l i by the Ladj NeJeea witl s.i Rol %  %  ell, Oovernor press and 'be group and hi %  k for the bod i the Wi land int HI ihia Arough the An" Panei ind I : i %  id say thai IK'UI 11)-' many ..r tha w. I lala on of p. Ulna % %  IC i a urn' bv ... .i. 1 ^•.^atlon ind vo .ii ni | %  Windward talandi and Lai H > %  man) Houai at about y w . o %  IM tO I U i 1,. the boat, tho •%  •-> trk %  % %  ti .1 the car, but fortunately, I %  i %  i I : Mr. Brain %  l : I.... cl n to %  ..-Hi..,! Hi ; %  %  tpla ... . %  %  l %  foi ..il. %  r..i rii. welcoma he had b given i %  .. thr w. %  .UIK .il iiui in iigtan t<> wii %  ... %  %  %  %  %  i i 1 • i know yi I hav< of t agiM idea Iiui youi ,|u, %  i • %  lb ithi w. %  %  %  %  %  %  I ernmenl I that ii i min..' ratty Mr Braliw nai % %  %  'i r I...Every sweet is more delicious with BIRDS CUSTARD Ternaheeuraefei .tejni.n<\, nwoortinrii ba oBRBBi rom cuirard %  it. a> lonn J^ awrfcei . .can renx-mber BM Bl I aaaln) s.. •hm rea adi an • u-t-ird. int *i Meal nn aWbl kustARW OPOWDE" while hr \... %  '' I'urrenl was i. ( .l .... nrj Iropoi ant i< i i ,. ., lhl %  ed %  Kroup of •JUB of gn .1 .loleneA Polica Serge ig up from Iht d i Unique nd the launcher PI ty, wht %  i i) tne WCM i: June IPM i meeting ui %  %  %  % %  ... *rho know ti ,.f i in ... d IIII-I-UIIK ... in. ovvenui > %  •'..,. ,, ,, vv Ulil u ,,,n%  __ t, TSt iiSrerSceahS u3Sng c R w& ; Ill rule, % %  nd ' %  'T'li*: PfJBUC wi-ii id.appeal i I even %  %  i .ppllT. Mlrhclin <"i in. i the Redl ( per-plrto hm Uckl poll! h ndfte which ka to hel| r making ._.. meaaurement. S u g/hei %  i thing i .ml thiMnailer ~*^jt cl Nefeea had dJJBeulty in makmii %  %  %  I-...1 ivhuh ship.banai Era anchored off ih<' loading potnf when weather atruck the %  aJottfth..** M>* inn which remorad U w ith tin' A .. ,,-MI i, thi ...r K .'s Mrlf. I %  ol I' tiekeu .. botn %  Iran one pohci the III nd. Tho rrMe told the rUveeatc %  : Kola Ithai ,II nhy Ana rvhen %  ..• %  % % %  •' % % %  % %  reiuaedl ind occupation! do the Industrial concerni and the ihej Bunary System arlth ti" i %  BE n %  %  a %  %  %  and itlaikS ol plat vocational train In D UftXMfl Mil MONTH r \ .,.. juice dtt the I Th lau %  Ing thi called !•> two Lad] \-i*..n %  rare in .nna. tring of llrfap ,.,; ii'. %  then "'"''"W'.'l, m ,liAdvecate again ;""' I'" k i %  men to w .nd in I. .,„,-... ' .'ii Arcs of pMeengen < %  M % %  i^ay NI-UM %  tore V4 C. W. in inn i;. Cabinet %  -VI . ..,_ % %  I ' %  %  %  .1 ,. ,,,.ii thee DoaviMY meet thr siiiiir K6covera Stolen ii.i: \ Vt-iir/ii'i.ni rtsttai i.il.uving iiv. .d.-r> from HM ore of llaaiiayi a\ >• %  ui.> aaertti .ti... rataal . 1 iMrrday uhru .... ni.lit.i .ii lonl] Mi.it. had bee : .iiioiug rm > Banker, tinUM iii... bet in tini Kg. van iniuiul .i.il r n aflrr iha in. :tii. Hr ...in up .illi thr • itrf .nd ri-lrki-v.il lh.baadtbua hu Inc thlrf K nl •). Hr r.Hiriir.l uir haj I law rtatMH JH4 hiward w*a ai.ee. receivlna hat r ward, tr.iii r ..in I.I.I au -•t BM II Mr M J' surbl Hr .1 %  i i ai ii leaaed la n trirvhui ralraw rUrtaa faa pat ..I li tune i reeelva reward < afea had II < %  balding hut -i mi (.' Bpk iniil, .1 .MIL out i I WM law i ...• lllr V.il';,. i.ln ht %  %  aoa pi aaalinaed hai %  uppim. I) •puiL ;. li Wa I Indian BfTali K developn • ii in.. sl,t the Bi Uon ..I in M..I. merit in relatl • w. %  i Hi.Intera i of tha Wt %  i II %  tngla ol l In i rhe Part) aetlch i ..i I-. n ..,, P %  Ml lll.nl. ire i:< nerallj Inlen .ii.ui' 'Great Britain . TI trying to fm Iha an I i! down tture ia JU one thing I would like . %  %  ih.i thoaa of us wh.i .II.' moa ..%  ( \\ ooJonli %  Id I..dealt %  irl II dirfercni i and the G Hie Col%  %  %  %  has al lc nd in r i cni i hii %  %  %  time that %  aboul a:t5 %  %  %  HIT • Mich." %  %  .... r\ARM.H hNK.II ur LJ Vili .,;,.. St. R Mill:, Ind es and I think It la high %  %  trata M P i. HitDire* of Trained \\ orkrrs %  bat oocu %  present an To maki %  %  I %  %  form of part-time edi Tn make • rquipmci aurh tr.. I 1 evei Maaj aaaajla michi think 'hat it iv it,,, •i.ty* r ludnelflal BBfrrns if.iuinnr th-" cr\irr u( t -, hrdaauai la areeteli %  %  I around to hero %  waa a eerj %  tharge of thg I When rhr Lagj %.-i*n HI 14 day* t la ->r .n del ipted .. thai %  vitfa hard lal %  '' l. the Tr-.' Rranrii n • %  .' %  behelf of I h "t %  I Qoe I I^IHIIIIUII li I .i'l III i I '.it.(I Slaaalflhed i . %  Uva .ii' %  i %  I'M %  a] n bo t ihi %  i nigs. %  %  i %  %  %  %  RITZ STORE WILL RF OPF.NED AT TUDOR ST %  %  i i modem building .don* Tudoi Stn n .. Ian I %  I II ind .in. Mr llanniih foi %  11 m Africa, but ti n %  w. %  li III 1MB I o.\ TENIVIS by I llomalil Hull;i,.In; Ch .MM • how in 1 am •'( ii' world' In hut down a pro%  %  in ii you %  erful 'ii Ive %  %  have lead ei claim hi I %  Budge m plaj ni IIAVI: irvrnii: ADVOCATE STATIONERY k %  H 1 I I i a R %  ?RESH SHIPMENT OF PI III.\ \ mows ALSO i 1111 K I I I IMIIS II. Ja.HOIl Jours t \ Co., Ltll.-Diatributon. for Ihrm. hut Mm l fjr from brim Ihr rnrrrrt Hew Nrllhrr Ihr lndutrll C'oii, rn. ii..r tinin*"' wnrkmi •• of UIP varlou rrafta rr-nrwnrd Before Ing Pt Ike Mr Obrlfrr rqulpprd t • rr* out mi, R;,„( drlVUII tralnlni In a romprrhrnMvr ,,f v „ u bus drivers mut P mmnrr. f'urlhrrmorr who Is are too hasty and do not recprrt tolnr, to the raprntw to Irak i • prr\in %  %  %  In IM i. %  %  ufthoul thr .„rr of rrrrivim •"!" bl rrturn. It ii rlrarlv thr dut* of thr rduralional authorillrs lit rxlrnd thr *ropr of the rdunlinnil nrmramnw ' ht" rludr trrliniral rduratlon and vnratlnfial Iralnlne and v> • ".." in. MIIIO and daurhtrm of thr wl for ohUlnlng sulUhle rmnlaim'itl both lorall* and ,1 r. ..I u ., .1 i..d.> of •.horlaae* r-f hi "ir world aaaraete. rei i,: i,. Ilkr BarhadiM i ovrr;:iipul.itrd with a vrrx hlch unemptayatent rate. Thr rraw-n i, hlad Ibai iti"i gaepla hart I...i ihr aeeaaaan traininr fr Id il ..rr ..flrrrd. a:id 4 ran no longer afford dirTrrriU to thl A.\ imnnr'int aublr't %  nilKle for %  I •^naer industry Slight damage %  %  %  i v Netaa i there is a II Hill If It I SI'or every purpose Wit M.ips I'j.h $i.xt; Floor Srrulis Wall Bl Mian I-ihre BoWl Black Hr...:. C Its each DthuM I!" i •'' I .lllll.V I .' li Mllllan Brletle s:t.79 BVaea Cambg l|.-h Bnuhee amplenl HiHtl.r-. eat -: i: iir. -ii. 1 thai he orertooh the Ion i %  T in < %  . .... rnornmg aflrr b) I KC WBJ dlghtly dnmaRcinmg I y thr Imhler ''Coui CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. BROAD SIRtET •Thirf Cuht With Belt Broad Si i %  inn aboul alerted and immcdlal' rig (hrnuiih Hlgginson's A. was running toOa Fare T von I.VW SAVE I llnublrant I rlrhntnl I r. Baoafe. Oiir at er l w Colornr, Seenlrd l.rr. si/. Mrd -ml I.avrndrr Water l-r. Mrd s "il i Ptaawa it .-r Parfaaii Qii"h|kr ll-ur ivrlumr %  ad I'rrt ... I rrdurrd to KXH.HIS inn 1. SUHU.S ;^*^^AVA-/.W.V.'.'.-. / .-.'.'.'.'.-.-.V.V/.''.'.'.'v.''...v.'.V.. N OTI CI out CimVOHIM ABS A8KE0 TO NOTE THAT OUR ivonKsiioiAMI si IIVK I\I. DSPABTMENTS will. ill. LOW l> MOM MONDAY, :iKI>. SEFTEMBI R IM. WILL I:I:->I'I:N K.IIN US MONDAY, i"TH Bl PTBMBBB, IM1, so AS TO ENABLE OI'R l*l KSIINSI I. TO HAVE THI B \SM M. II \VK. A SKI:I.I ION Bl \. I WttJ. HI U UL Allll Kin BMEROEMCDn IIM.Y OCB OPTICE, OASOUNI -I'll \M'\i .! ING PARTS AND AC! I BBORll B I>I PAR! HENTSWILI Bl OPI N FOR HI SIM ss is l si M. COUBTESY WHITE PARK ROAD (.Alt V4.i: DIAL 4616



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ESTABLISHED 1895 1111'RSHAV SKPTKMBKH fi. IflBI CENTS Russian Sabotage Move Foiled No Invitation I. K. M.P. i To Conference For Red China THE tuu Western Poe FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. > on Wednesday broKe up Russia's first big attempt to torpedo the Jttpft nese Peace Conference. Delegates voted 45 to three against Russia's deir.v d that the invitation of Red China to the meeting f-/* considered. Only three Communis* delegates to the conference voted against support P.-: Secretary of State Ache son. Indonesia abstained. Soviet delegate Andrei Qromyko pointed at Acne-fton, arose from his seat and marched back to the speaker's platform. Thr light minute after Acheson i first business session Orcmyh %  linn Rca Chin., and should l>e immediatelv considered Ht China had an "Indtspir %  %  to parttdjMto HI signing U • menti. When At heson ruled In out Of ordci I. MM "I protest. The Soviet di gallon wl'l r .1 until the Confer**nn 45—3 Tin Polish delegate shouting match and tril the floor. He ruf (ilatform when Achcscr, h •d Kenneth Younger ot %  Communist!! kepi the flooi I"'.M!I |0 minutes brfor%  urged a vote supporting Ach' on his position that the Chinesequestion raised Oron rko was out of order. ShoutiiiK mid confusion continued until Acheson. who nerved as presiding officer of n pBOT ruled thai each OfelagaUon should have bul live n rakftj points of objection Again Russia challenged the nillng so it was put to vofc floor and wMnninl by an m whelming ma ( %  rumykos Points Grumyko made the following %  Firstly, Russia will later put forward "such proposals as it considers it MCMNq % %  Secondly. Th .. %  > ., just staring III w"i u la JIILpcsslble to Miy how much time It will toko to consider such n eo.nf lex problem a* the Japanese eace Treaty." Thirdly, %  not imi .ii pi mi Ht vln one. We do not won) Impose views." Fourthly, everyone hi putable right to piCM-nt any proposals at the conference." me was dlaclo eonveraaUon with the. Brltls] Minister. Kenneth Youiig*-i. ,.i %  diplomatic reception last night, after Truiiun formally opened tic conference with a warning that Its sole job was to sign the treatv • Bin Flffct" Gi'omyko asked Younger ho* Irng he thought UM would last, and Younger told Mm "it should be ovor in a week T h • n. Younger asked foi Gromyki Ing's duration. "A" month." Gromykn answt The r .. adin Oeneral Carlo RTTTUIO i"viall> nked Qroroyko W at ore von lOlni the hi-; fight?" -if by ihe b I I |ht' my right to %  p*ah ind ... Gromyki ••enlieH The United Slate* m planned to ap*d the %  %  tions to soeerrM %  piece, IT Truman Outlines Platform II Mr.RUMAN SMITH SAN PRANCiaCO, Seat I. %  %  icrats with .1 pi I %  In. fi nil %  nurl. writers he will vhul until 11 binMsIl on I 11 11 it 1 pmrtj rollu il western stitM (earned u. regard lino .is 11 % %  %  >n at Fairmont Hot) I huh he Tii.11'. Bea d most of tha that the President Wl 1 Jump into the INI His Idea was simple Support UM mocratk state and "you will DC orkmg for the people of tne United States; you will be working for world peace." The crowd yelled with the Intensity of fight pulling fur I kiiovkoul.—U.P. Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Vn.ither --in 0JMM into ili Ihr IlKlllr. jnd liutftvI* < • riluiri* UM BSBSBSBI l hID whi.h w'll gi ha t*-e -trieken Janulrna. He*t'"I I'l.inUlion led the " v^lr-nlay with a donation of $?*. and at the • nd of the scale w.i4 I ad Mile sl ii.ee lII TOI I INK \ PLACV BFTWITN THIS!: TWO? To-day Rtni vou another opportunity (p do tour bit in this J'-'Hiii; 1.111V1 Flther of thI nk. or the %  KM of IfcM NrM^paper will receive your donation. Bring II in )< %  (i.i haiifh A r >1 Mr. t 1. Hu 1 lUnk 11 1 an 1 1; 11 I.-: r Mi. %  %  %  lira -h .( I .mm*,,. IAD 00 %  .. lea Britain II.iNot Tim atoiu'd 1 Font'. lX)NDON. S-1 'I -i. I Bi Iteln has mode any threat to use force to implement thr StCUlit) Council's resolution cslltni on Kyypt to lift the blockade of the Suez Canal. A spokesman said U 1 .HUMthrough mlsundei durinjj %  Voreii %  1 ben a newsman asked whetiu-i 1 lake ai %  funnei Itep Ihe Un • luuon. t nun III {/nortor* : MI said in wilh other powers v %  when someone asked rhethi force would be used In unple%  iguo Ud 1. pUed "Of oou cannot %  lint lie said BrlHiin had 1 .1 1 fore igalnsl Fi^'pt —FT. Nehru Rejects (srahum's PropOflalfl mxi rxi ose a van* ty of %  1 While • are pictured as uns:rui %  h Ttaes ire 1 • %  %  in < nmpls %  I 'I .'lUttl.t ?s M %  I 1 %  False Preleiires nption of methodi ol 1 iti ... kis has the impression that M •. i>ut 1 1 %  %  NBW DILHI Bei tewish origin According to a United Nations Medi.i' r 1*1 %  •. Pre da Graham prr^sented Nehi posals on the dem-.idai reeJ n s m ss or by first and paler%  Ftubin, AMI' inf them of sn bezzllng moncj from a pi .: the MlnJflury'i departf 1 Tin ret irom Sov%  .1 %  I I %  %  lornau from < %  %  seem to br 5tll! tolerated is that of %  %  RUSSIANS SEEM TO HE ADOPTING A DEFINITE ANTI-JEWISH POLICY OBSfRVfftS LEUEVE Bv W. A. BTBEB LONDON. Semi .. 01 rcrvtri believe evidence, is eccufnulaUnjj that Moecow is now set <>n .1 definitely entl-eeinltlc Interne! policy and cilo the most recent case of an anti-Jewish DO %  %  limll almri of oiBcutll "f -'• %  wish extnution lrim various Fleldi of Soviet economy. The Pfi ol it -%  ii IM o he Jammu Kashmu dav night** 130 mum' 1 Jehru did not accept thr Graham %  /as e\|" or Kaiach "" ; %  %  Pakbtai ir TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrior 5.50 am. -urw.t 6.05 p.m. Moon 1 irM ljuailer. Septe iber 8 l.iRhtini —•> mi [> nt. lliKh Tide. Ml | in .0: p.m. Low Tide: 1.00 am 1 At p.m. the — t.p S>*t&C, I hope the ml of you know what l/ou are doing. I'm watttng for my xulft Kansas River Rips Out Bridge Kansas Utter ripped out the railroad bridge here, aftei tf.000 %  uated from North Tupck.i. when the nvi llircitened lo repeat 11 ,. of [ M t ID H-iwever. heavy rains, predieted for the lerlalute, ind toe Hureau anUMt the river has levelled 'ir Amj erurjneers, working •(plu| the dikes proNorth Topoka. sedltloosj e<|uipment All of the Ukec, h o l d hu j bach the 1 •hnttered in the dissstroiis flooil ID July Hil \IV REVISION.— Premier \i< ids !>•• Qsepesi lefl for Hi • '.ties to seek the revision "f the Italian Peace Trsely. and lo press for the return i,f Trieste t \ MISSING rtisiior. 1 %  4 run 1 ichl. the I %  1 %  >nd hi* fntc is unknoe sveral monUis % %  1 pi I'..-'.. i 1 ILL U i -M Qene %  1 %  %  ,1 Cornn ; ..t lem M I SITI: Two ii' publk urged Truman Wedne %  %  ;• . %  %  %  %  ; ilitv They su'l%  IMiiMi 1 1 ONTstOl T h.' %  gOUUj I I rely for the present ot. it InOaUon %  rLANr; IKASIIO A twin urm ( in a Uilckl %  kuling four 1The Alaska highway patrol ml died from n blj/liif wreckage but %  dead %  pita I. H(,IIT LOST V %  lost UM I'.IIK hght 10 p S2.lfflO.IMKMK>0 Qerotan assets earmarked 1 %  U Western Allies for reparations Iran Plans Ultimatum To Britain HAN, Sept 5 inn* umed 0,11 he put Iks 4' settlen,) %  • ii rtn,. 1 from Iran H in. in i u thi .-1 a |rf*r ml* of conll lenee -:fl to nothin. weUi twi The ( w U'.ii nicht. and !!. %  tr.Kive lb '1 BJ Mossadtgh sak m ? of %  ' failed It accept the ultimatum In sn hou Puiiue MussaileK.1 flehsflad 1.1. IMISI ex< 1 %  In in.1. emphatic lerrm ohal UM I* which 1 .. prepare hi laeottale with the r un 'hree point* lubm 1 'I lo then by Mossadegh. foreign exparl sign individual contra I dth thi .Tianisn National Ui; I -Si ondly, 1 tetnj of eo.np-i SI'KH to the OU Company ould agree to for Britain's IIW" Ai ej -' snlan Iian v otl I > llrltsln ile only A report Iron the Anglo.lv Ridgwa\ *s •Las! Word' To Reds n rim MHM)M ,. ... Vattheu In fted .1 I. 1 m.ind in Korea to hreak U I %  I lane* to (he Ited une U break them off for %  nod The Ir %  %  MR BERNARD BRAIN) v | U 1 .1p.111:> 1 1 .. vislUd Iks Advoxti' ': MB abOTS diM' Ian Sale Aaslil • 1 .1 %  man Compi —nea In a Matemanl thai "should any concerns itfrvM Into transactions with Ihe I rani.in Government b> buy ml. the ComwonUi take aii S.H ii actataai iav tie IMoeaai \ to protect its ighls in .my kanpany said that it wit lent that rOjiutahle ml eoinrtd brokeri would hM' nothina t • with M -unlawl ,i ... Qoni' ..f th. . %  1,1.. nt -r.r. Emir Talal Is King Of Jordan Seal, 5. ] 1.7S CASIAI.TIKH.—Defen... r Talal4 Oipertmanl Wednesday repo AMMAN. Jordl The Cro I %  1'arllament unanimously approved %  M < %  1 %  • let r I 0 about hU to the thr-me. .ill officially if from the Bad has bean un • • %  1 ai % %  pronoui • %  . • K %  'he t.-'. House' of Parliament Nationalist Chiilu Bhffte rVAtttttde To Jap l > i'tttf Tn*at\ TAII'KII. %  apt S, it chin. app ar eoUj Iden ihlfi HI 1 pee •'' ifi Japan* .1 I. tin' treety draft bare the I 1 1.H 1 • %  %  iei,t. releai td by lha 'i' 1 Ihei iiuaii I%  .. I Firstly, the %  .r. 11 lo the Ireetg the larrna of ^ %  not Influenea tiiNat lure l \ ai :, %  whi re \ u tou 1 %  i roi nearlj three 1 I 1 .-., , t altacktruj in the iree, rthei K in % % %  M: .. %  %  %  %  %  trod Red third oi U %  %  %  %  II., From ihe hetghta aron by Uniti 1. nlit i the 'o.on rontingeiit* ,,| ((,,,., United St.,'.-. Division which woi I UU I'm %  ii central Korean %  knock them off uk %  I liv t.. UCOOO Cosnmunlata, tug in andt he e> n %  ommunhi • ulled 0 .ring the night K..K l.Ne 2G.IHW A pan ..t one mil oa Hidc ind 1 portion ol 1 tired tin sfternoon Thru weal of the iiiiK%  attiw k wilh gun mr >-,. lot down 1 1 %  II1 OUHN 1 %  U.S. Kf.scnlmriil Oxrrlvon'a liurflni King Interrupts Bj Kit 11 \HD IViTKIN I u, 4,1',,,,, %  1 Been iii.. .: -ii .. %  %  laturdi %  1 other natlona t<> ihouldei n Ihe lo id in %  %  port if Ihe fortk mine Pal %  I i.f 1 th %  to I of Ui N |ive I MARSHAL TITO LIKELY TO JOIIS WESTERN DEFLW CE S YSTE M DIPLOMATS BELIEVE IU BOBRH r JACKSON L0NT> IN apl 1 .... ol the %  m to thi ". i.. %  .but diploi) ... 111 -i. %  . I • 1 1 111 rixiiil Hi 1. II.:%  "l t RICE ARBITRATION' BOARD NOW MEETING IN CAMERA AT B.C. IRGBTTOWM S--. The Hue Arbitration Bosrd is now meeting in camera to fix prlcea which wnuid b> 1 ned. The Hoard -ion this moininR. ShentieW JIHI D'Aguiar nort rebutal spec* .he. In answer *o a questslohn Fernandes. Shenfield loadlan produced .. B.C. rice which %  sold at eight cents per pound. and thn! i r*i rice wa* $12 in his rlbstni asserted, that if the was verj minimum price. "he contract %  %  '. %  consider fully and imp.. %  dared thnt the arbitral %  Ina oarti-s when the r.jitrac! was m grades are comparable ii. by the phrase "based on vailin? n .• %  grounds. tot I of 81.766 Amersi battle casualties in the Kor< war IM'. T.U.C. Upholds U.K. RVariiianifiil BLACKPOOL Fnglnnd. 'i' Trades Union Con"''' h--lminK^ upheld Hritam'' ream., i enl •rengthen the Wi twer hi (ace of Si" n %  irnw*d mlahl Sunport came In rejsctio-i of M Roeolution at TUC BM %  and the West have not doNla The motion WM ovrrwhelmii -.r %  slashing nltiV % % %  TfC S-. retajv.r,en, %  %  %  %  %  .... i %  W.I.S.li. lUis,. av3 1 For Jamaica < t Coat Of Rice Rise* In B.C. >!> I;WIT;ETOWN. se]i are up in BC Whole ak a bag of inn B-wn A' r White 'A l sn 70 Win-, n Brown Aand Wl H LONDOU 9 The sum 04 | %  !• Uel I ind %  %  % % %  % %  . i t %  ol whom %  %  H Dennett, Errol IIill %  %  %  titrticult ... i %  nts per %  pint: Brown 'K Dinmomt Rush LONDON '• A dlamor.) lush has started In mg th'perfect %  %  today —<•) %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Franca with Yueo. %  %  %  %  -ir Kim II ... %  si Pi %  Washington of President Whits the Joint Chiefs of staff PI Hsbinatoo, Ti i %  %  ltd signing, and the %  ply to the Comhangi I a %  atwi Washing! s l//fr/Mi/iiv and his ibiliijj foi ending uie dead< 1th tini i to n sun %  ths talks, tin Ii-ast to %  'eel for dla U .1 plO|).v-Hl f,.| th, atthei state the time the tall %  i Nations. t>. %  asumg that %  • r Coi and iUdgwa] %  i States and the i'mt*i iri.li ,t Mni.ienl> tud.i Both Peking and i'viuryang radios aasBBsti I %  •!.1 iidav fna i i %  deUverj ol Allied notes ii. . terday. in three Joy roprotaei ol ths Kaeeoni tMutrmlit i -IT.P. 6th Storm Spoiled ilrorii CIV and ihir Own • T %  ,,.,.,',I. I.. la, B '. 11 A M I swned far oul In in I lantlc lo-daj .. pproacnlnj i ind pnothei I I II ItllU'fl tnA.11,1 IH,I.< .„.,.,' tii i ,i %  %  •I tordsBturbancea at i .i -ii. Bl n roracaatei Miami .'. %  %  in-. i A -I",. sotted the roa twai latitude IS ... about %  %  % %  %  %  % % %  . %  i lettei oi UM -ii:n.iTii.ii.ith>) oa i ui i dna sbta '•• %  \ i. iki r for B I on NToti discovei ..I li\ I %  %  I I rron I'.ii %  %  %  %  %  libra ii I | wttl I i"Mt ind this n Hi % %  %  . ii .'i(i the dav %  ther ofi'.ee %  i £5.000 APPROVED FOR JXA HURRICANE RELIEF | emi i sseti % %  GRENADA B> ... i %  thr* 1 Committee of thi %  1500 to the M .Tiuse. The "ADVOCATE" pnyt for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Nifht DOLL \R -S7ER/J \ G QUESTION TO BE RE-OPENED JANUARY \ ftest 4. %  n iMwaalth i %  .I. %  etlng ( f Minister %  %  %  I '< ' dotlar l-ist November It : that this cut should be rel ixed hut with i I lea besetting Brll i. %  .t like) bUb ttaM be revoked. ad I • % %  %  %  en %  nop %  %  C r.



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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER a 1151 RVRIIADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I VI N CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^^^SSSSS^S, — %  — — Tma 9 !m JTWMJI "•" %  "^ *d siw o. u-4*v. P*. Birth*. M.nnag* er LiM'*"| iritwui.tm.tr. i. .n c.rifc Calling (h -arge it 13*? It-i Ml nimMr pf wor ip KKwgi eenu Mr word lor **<, addliloral *ord T*rrri **h pnan* ZX* betweec I and • p m SID (or •! N*Wai — a,.U t-o- ) cent* a wd we*li-d| r f n a i% %  • %  os gaadep*. HEAL ESTATE "" "' > %  • %  •aapaai.a Ati %  *ia .1.4 MT.IIIB „, |„| HI).! UafJTgB Oil I—On ftepiaenbar a. INI. at '.-• &f .I Mwtouai. Oarar am. better "o.d a* Brown*. blarWirr-llh. lat* footballer of Notre Dama Hifiineeal t-.il ...... m. mother* la-idenc*. Chal.ion Gap CUIIoden Road al 4 V p m la-day for u* W..lbu* Camel*** ""••" .motherPi %  111 and r. ..alee. .--. % %  .. .1 Winaton and Noai brother* > S • H—In George Handal 11 1 H..H ir of Mar aon •IIVT. Chnal C .eta** i •** %  OH-1 Pudl*. Hall. Oeors • t •! -MI-TH (hi September 1 1*31. tu.i.t Thaophilua Imili'. laia U-> caipaniai of Chapel Hill. SI Jot... KM leave* In* above HTHMI !" iMNpm II flat lor Sorietv C'h^ptl Mlldrad Smith ..• Odrlh* und Ai.4aF.> ,i. ahlei II. I Fvaiion mid Olitit ..K.L AUTOMOTIVE CAR Ona Vauanau •M rondiuaa %  „,) lval>n. Por,tao*lle CASWSlandard H*| Saloon formerly •ii. Can W aei *t Ch*4**> r..n*. |HJM Ud RTM.Ia *,ee, e*7lC Man-** Sail-an £AR-Ort# Chryiler Royal Car | flaattrda. .ill r%  _.. ,,,-eit,.,-, Apply Harold Weanieriead c %  i...inarhaad Umilad 4 >1 the under.igi.ed MM at I ntOTICF. .M*b giwii thai iita e Well I he fcou-* .11.11.* IBM. -. Hilrhai, IRpI ptiit-aae Iliad two r*wd* >"d PaCoNPtl B**a. ia U. "' ina aptd Cma n > | „ %  applk-aiion %  •• %  and addrratri and ir-r T, %  > p m al NWlr aaalt or „.,m. d lh^ nainaa >-• )•>* ddrt— of tiaw %  aurwar*. if an' >ndiliaa of •> *** undaranjiad, and if ao laauirrd .>natMa in • ruins fram lha (aid IPO.N a lANFin r : > jaia> an p. ih.Hr aalieitort op> in ir proH titair ,o dabu MUM M PU>b HPM and plar* aa U Si Virhaal Inaprcll '"f n* •— a a* bavN of a ]* am For furlnar parlKuian Mt-TCKI Jama* srrati a* %  M -4a, CHAMBER DISCI SS TECHNICAL TRAINING # from % %  !•pi r.is Ipisf sum of me. IIC v in nn> Ctoluiloi In I (Oil poll%  i %  e ofTpri .lui-ii.a %  - oitr : ... II n Mudal %a Plwna l I r.i Prau Slov*Tabla %  ...3.. IN MKMORIWI l .*Tt K-Tn lAMnp B(B10M „ Drurllla Caitaf who fall -al. Ml) S>plamW. IPPO Thar* U a fMi fata mian A dr.ir vo* U. A plarr u va.-. %  Ttial navar ran ba flilari Tha flovtai, plarr i •ml PUN vir |p h>vm, "irmoTT of our drat hliabaitd and falhr. John Haiibaat Downir. who died on lha Mi Srrp. IMI r> fada* aitd Ufa daparl.. UfeMn iWilt, Mat Jan.. OMM iChO•krani, riainr nanahU'-tn-U• Artnut S..n.m-ia Rprtiard. ppttlcia. Maurran. Daamond %  (raiul-ehUd>ati., eunca. I Ktnn.tr. ibtolh*.. lambar. Till m You II nlVOMsH l.t lovlnl nt. in-w.n.h .Qrann ...laap or. Sapia-ibrt Twm ihraa >.an aK> SIBCP p-ir drai ona .. A.\MM MIHFMS DHV €3O0D An' REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLADON %  > c. A PS., P.T.A. FOR SALE larla l.-s. doublr i .-.I r ,.|-1 Kf Thar* la wiin buiti-i wardrobam. vanl'a Hiirhan. bathtoom wllh tub and %  howrt. aolat hratinp inaUllaiion. larpi* "nd 1 IrnTraaaW' ioom> Tha groundi of about 'i an acr ate heavilt wuodad nh Mahofa.' and Platnbovanl lipaa IjWiii and MrMM Aafljntd tatlac-a ara in a vclndad -.Had to lawn "STRATHMURE." Cnllodrn Rd -A aparioui I-.tort* ilore hotiar built In lait with tha typa of malarial taraly tin lo-daf A.commodaiion rompriar* anckoaad %  illaii... J racrpUon. tlmtna roOni, ^ badtoutnu. kltchan. panttv %  arnar *tr irndad at I RT" pantri. lU rf,i|. taducPd POULTRY KS biiporl.ti Htl IUIII .mt.ulh Ro. thiaa. i monl i M-tthawa. r ,-i.i Riaci Tha .jr.aarat4i.ad w.u oHm t^ ,, u ., PAibh. rompaajlior. ai thai. ORI... N-. IT Huh rttraa* Brtd appoinimant with Mi. IL Topptn. sth Avanua Dial MHJ For further partifulata and rondltloni of ..la apply *,:_ COTTUe. CATTORD CO u %  .\ i :. iflad i x>t tha] rich i will I I diamfcut.,,, mada b.lota i n oratt %  • ptavatl Datad tn.. Htl iM > %  '%  : %  .. ,., -No 14 Jam. 4taaai Rrid.ato.n UtpiiMBMr. WAMIV HELP i •, .i.,.. T,. rrrpBR %  rytatd nidanlsnad will offar i-oi %  . th.Tlh da Tha daellli.ahA.aa fc i %  I.IJIVMVi-^K." will • .lereiri tha aarrta aland a raTaMfJtof, .- %  ..! tii>.| by P4M4 Ibl aquare (*•! I a. It at tha land %  rvd %  •.-!., admeaaiireIhareabvuia. MKSCKU-ANKOIS % %  % %  | iv im that lh< %  1 i rn >if ihi> laaMbd i it kf R IIOLI* aupiiMKh la thl It ia true that witlm. u-t.iii mn iiu11*11..11.,~ v -., % %  ,.,intiilulc hiii sprtinn it ifii^ ii IIU IUIHUI rr,iuwcRi couei* in 'innm -placTT" a ia Incapable of mtmini CM ej*trnnf!s ma.)HI Jt, md %  wondly. th* Cl**s whirh PIP einducird by ptrt-limc Lf4ur#r. <• attended by adulu nnh i n informed that out of a total of M cRndidalet for t^mr**. m -III-I oombiuiiDn and electrical ilineeniif. oni] 24 can be idawd. Of the*.-, an I i>nl> H can Riadu.le Attain %  totally uiade-tc number lor the Market rhe mom rei-ent rata t fMhilUOn in tlu Inland is l.aO*J,| |%  I and Vocational Ti Ifland. Cost %  i. :ri %  H .:!aer.t I*K;IX>NT(Three trii. e-ipaar.t at i LIVESTOCK i u.iiiduia* tnaratu. lha Saa al llaatlna:.. <.nrla< tnutch .on,in. Hotel Royal lnBPrltr> aiar day aaeppl Sunday.. of II neon and ft WANTID TO RINT KARIROtal TO ,.IM |„ tound rilv-fltatifeld Voll A Co |.i ii i-i i i made hv ihp Wm India .n thl* rontv i 'king that I OOP) of U of,. or tl"^ f # ,he **"" catod ia v '', u ; f "' '") '"' %  ''" %  eduemmn and vwittKin-i l] ")' v < vl <""> %  '••' .,,,„,<... „.. I am KOtnB (Q Ui k vnu r.dntle. *' Ul lflSo ,ul "imxIiK'e thi thBaOllWOf) ..t Which notfe, rm mfe>n>iatl-Ol the MeetI arm given on the Agi-iul-. with • bopa thai Oovarni iiake a *lart Ra poon aa neui year b) BllocaUni .. raai ub.fi niaa %  iiiuVI ha* re. M uRBked pi %  rnfrailtag held In Barliail.. U tda in 11*48 Ol m itpac furthe. inl It a .Me*Una tf i,. i wated Cbambara of Ccimmerre %  I Klit# in IMS at which I WM pr*a*ni a cabla WRa rfcotvad futn th* West India Commlne* Inndon. dealing uiih Vorntinna' and the rrhaKi.. h, to the i i.liimr. Thta cable w. v.ltih at that meeting and -• IBUU -ne expreaaTiiR the MeeL %  en, with the an„e' v, ilnc-si I .>*•. i claiming goods debt Steohan Ma.-cvli arad la DaAToola %  lakUlhtraoil^f. Ehr ina Masroll wrola Ihnt the • p.-.i an Cty Pharmacy B. *• New. pt, •TIM. Ki.lfhta ltd 11JPI-T F N Oent'a ilruehai. DanUI Plati Bruafve*. Ball Menxure rioor 8*1 Bruanee. and rr.an> H P Stteet Diainbulori •hlanant. all idiruf IUIH llii'llt.-nitht ni'hee. < Bruahe.. Powdar niba. Fibre Bowl other* R CO LTD Middle Dial XM> a t *i— IIEHF Alt th -t-ti 11" wanly Palm Olivi gap liotlat. Ciiaaotia Ctaani Ottei ... -*r cake. Call lot Ihem a LTD KN1C.1IT a • it-* %  IR.DE-CO a m itr. DPI „ rutura D %  „i KMUItTK LTD a a II -an SOAP* < ilt/lCNT Wr .ftar to.,1,1 a reduclaon due t K Era Toilet Soap Itr r* Coaoana in fane> h. ft per KNhaKT-a 1-TO UMUIT MAJOll -Con.iru.llan.I Anil. nake* abaolutelv Rifld 9tcel Pramawork rrom a few packtta of UNIMCT MAJOR p MURSON. SON a co Dial 1TI) 4IH 4 t J|. | XMAK OPT<:. Perfon^ Dtuhaat of air A Y> radu KMOtlT* LTD lch.br Ilia Prenrh V. r. %  HlgllpJI a • 31 -lr. Foi i„rlht patticolara. and condiuon* of -ale. apply t.. VI>TT\J/ cATPonn a co ia a ai a i> The undetalti.ed will "Bar for Salp at publar compatltio.. at their OnVe. No If, Hiah at:.-t BudBriown. on Fildav tho I4.tr. da> of Sapietnber. IMI. al 1 M THE COTTAGE aiTT SHOP, aundln* apt a on -|..,r feet of land, adioinina lha QaiUaaoa Aquallr Club. I i Plata Fimlei rphara *, nlr Advorata Ad vcrtlalr* ftrpatt.n.nt li II 31 1. RIWH AUCTION %  4i cHLvaoLir loaav, wa ara .•Itiictrd by Ihe Inautance Al.nl. lo aell v Aurtion thla vahjel* wturh hai bean .in-aped in pn ao idem Sale at Caurtaay Oarac* on Fridat If. Sept al 1 30 p m JOHN M BLADON A Co > 3I—*n roil iii;.vr MKIa-um rharpa n **k Tl cewli M real. T-.-dai,. M n'O'di o.^e. M word* 3 real* a word iaaak-4 rent* a uortf on Sunday a. HOUSE CLfPTO.N TBaaatAOa—To an approved tenant. Pumlahed Honec. Upper Bay St Oppoaite Yacht and Aauauc Cluba. All '..udetn *on\enlenc*e. Applr on premlaea a a ii 111. •tone ho. i.t of aound loraled On ovat '. an aete of good ftonlaga Flnt data Band) beach and food aafe balhlnf The honaa haa S Urge living room*. 4 bed. ..;... the A.IN •%  HI. TPMBT'I Balbb*ba. Sub•lantlally ttullt trodrtn atone bun%  Alow on tha araw of th* ciifli and garage Rlartritllv "d wat.r are laid on The Und I* over a .rat and their .ire -bout M Co ro^ntit tree. An IMtr ratine ptopoaltion at the low figure a.tied %  WIN wnint*. i..,;..,t. St Jam** l'nrurnl*h*d houa* o" roi'l. with 3 b*droon-. lounge, %  IJII.. pvaflcaahlng >a> *U. Imrr.edlaia poaaaailaa RENTALS CRVfF HOI Kf St Philip • WAVRBUtT St Lawrence a>Ara HOi'arai i....,-., t -DK rtjANC"BRT". Silver Sand* Mirivvvr Garden Cap, Worthing rtlAa.tvr HIII • HIT ll.l Dayrell a Road, Si Michael MNITIMAII Fl-AT* Codt.r.aton Hill. i Michael KIM>V WIMW4 T-raepart. i Ha %  — Navy Gardenfibowa. Lounae ad ahower Shoi Thtae GvVlRNMINT NOTICE VACANT POST OF MRIUCAI. OFFICIR OF HEALTH BARBADOS. B.YY.I Applications are invited for the post of Medical Ofik.i ol Health at the Bpaigtvfelown Health Centre which will serve the iia northern parlahcs of Barbados, covering a population of some sixty thousand paopla. 2. The salary of thla wholalii'ii post which la pansionable la in the seal* *4.390 v 240— $4,800 (British West Indian dolli'T--). Salary subject to deii -. of 4% of aalary under Wid'yand OnaaataB 1 r.-i.i... Act unless wholly or partially exempt by membership of a Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme in another Government. 3. Passages up to n maximum i.a.1 Sl.440 are paid en liiM appointment. LMVV pa's.i,. not PBKI. Leave condili'inv %  !* %  iri accordance with 1<" ragulatlons. 4. A house allowance is paid a* the rate of 10'i of salary Quarters are not r-oviut.: 5. Travelling lllowgnat if payable in accordance With th* iocul regulations mad* undsi thPuhhc Ofllcer* Ixan and Travail-, Ml RPIIV IHENEL ENOlNr: Tenders arc invlie,) for th* G iirchas* of one (1) New Mnd ,,,., ,.. Vocational Ctmi^lug ba %  %  tain furn'm, which I>aCoaU 4* Co Ltd . :" t witnesses SaHppItMper'a Soil Vsljoiirui'il Other i.olonii's lude Instructli ncation and r 1 i.l theie. siMlar centre i* iin.tiuct.ir, ,,. Sjll v< ,. |1 A f-1 1 ',, '' 1 unk-. %  if account f"i t.his Funare available it m not possible t gay what the correct balancshould be but there is a llkeh hood that me Town Clara: ba) .affect, ircen using pai funds of this Ti hii own purposes fe>r .1 able period M Kuliie. ..,,,1 t!-.,t |„ is matter of technical *dticati..i, 1 vocational training, ha itiaflrd mm th. uld eventually mar., •rhmen in th* wnHraaicP .\ Tftanop such gg that of hi, firm Hie Bail .0. Fi iiM.m -f or ( n M Wn.l 1 ,,.,1K wanlcu I kiiuiii.. noi necessartli people With technical kn.iwlwi,, iln 1 g|,. %  \l it the> needeil m t( |.-. i co..id use a cbJatl and hammer, M nic who could HIrat chmi and things like that \s fai .1 Ml K; .'i.i %  tl wages of boyi in ardor to get the boy of a higher .. -tandard than what WLIS then the I ... to tram I 1 with thf hope thai he wuuld levcum* > the recomn workman In n .shorter sjian ..t :.,-,. CommlttaMj appolaaiad b] 1 %  thai wi <., m n n 1 M (aa* ,.. t.ae failed 11 that effort. We did m conraxUon with Vo • 1 lict the boy whom we ware rechmcal Tralnlrui, n>i the anl into Ushment of 1 mbarri 1 ., this j.ur alao iiientinn that I have tcaml t.'uii Britlah Oulana has verj elaborale centra f>.i Tchn.. h.nal Tr-innm which haa l*en thetl 1 Government "iri win. 1. n the 3lt March nil. 1 %  %  done in r*ie uei." %  lion mlh thii M-i. un. portanl matter. I think the tun. '1.. .11 rived dan* on ilinui Ilarhadni. Dvanuneni I %  1. RdVt I tO .i|H)l\ %  fit the allotment 1 . %  valUbtt mnoi undei lha lO-jroau Plan I 1 .. 1 ng foi Jbll I ibtli aarvl"* or got a jeil. thai u id 11... *oi, tab hands. ... arc athJ ...i.iin.nng the in. 11 ..sad iat ul paj ho wot living tn i\-* our bojri :i knowledge of i-iniin. MM work%  .p ; 1... tn e, tti and aeaaruj up to %  Qgrtaln point, it though In which tinfirm 1 11 %  > would gl; an] n lurp foi the ruj What I mean is that, nfti with ua ... take 1 |ob kVlul I "He UM '.11 go KM in in. ill. .,... not. lid %  r.i ol iMivtrnmtnt l 1 %  • %  nlttac "I will *gv that 1 am < %  1 MkaUonal tinning ond 1 i 1 onaUj would bo worj dlimppantii ir a beginning ut lea • provided nar In noatl At the Court of Original Jnrla(iii lion yesterday Judge H. A. Vaughn adioumed a caar R I I Pilgrim Head Chr.st Church, brought against Evans Clark* of the satin district, claiming $140 03, as the bal, debt. The judge granted the adlournment so thai l..iii.>n in mini witnesses who mlaht help prove her case Ig noods frenii het M during IB48 ai 1 Clarki %  . r pocne ... 1944, His %  I inn lo inn. and told hiro of the debts When DM I ut. n will wet such p vide nee •< the shop girl who dis1 Itohttd Clarke', wife I "SHIPPING NOTICES tll.S 1 I.l M it • I H M It*W SgALAMU l.lhk. I.IMIIRDIM A N / I ifTt PAtltV %  > P 1 1 U..t-iM J :sth n. 1 h, Mackat J,il> SNitl. nn.i.,.i. Jilt A.11 .III. Idellvun-e itnvliig at TTI> %  nd Rarhado* S (,., >an*hlpm< ia. La*-.aid and Wlndwpid I W In v,c" ..[ our large pop .111. the amounl Of unemployment with the fact that li'ieii' :, %  ,„,-nr / wUad iii n %  M-II branch <•' Ira k thli U %  roattai In which Oovenunoni shnuhi cadence Appreciated Need ..... 1 -. particular. ap|.lt < I in TR1MDAU. ^ i n-H a i n.lKIIAlH. a w 1 BeWi.p..."ADVERTISr.' pn The olo HARBOUR LOG In CarlUle Bay M4taa.teae %  Was present at u a-etlnj -aid %  • .1 twara ..( th. need for greatei fill 0, 1 lectinlcal and educati mal train I .1 out. he 1 1* itart of the tiaya—w, rr# this was 1 liehad arrived Iri tnti 1 land 11.il the l-rgiiiriiiiH .,f I)eeeinl>ei a lhav RJJM nitih-ioiked Into ihe Budget H. Dnaiiy pugfjaated that ,-. "Foi the mfrirnipttnn of mem1 igl at prea> %  if all .I|I| icntnt* is $11(6 20. ana I cfit (list ended tinCO if 304 10" Mr. Kidney then talked ol the %  thnd ueed In I dinina|u li-'v • %  >' faalitl rhei-.lui. Jui^ ia*m MM ILfn 1 petal orcaatoai ORIENTAL SOl'VE.VIHS GUu. Cmrto; Jtwrl. A.U.M.. Im, lllkt *)*.. Etc.. R. THASirS Pr. Wm. Iln t. B Dial 34$C w>,v#w/////// CAIiDIlM SHOW WHITEHALL. ST PITER in aid of St. Peter's DAILY MEAL" Open Dally l.3 a m. Ui S m Fram aalardat. geptember Ith ia geateaiaer 3tth Inelaalve FN'TRANCE :-: 1/fabl* and W laa.ia* 11 with Uw Mam BafTMoa* • '"'-' 0 1 gat. rair a a c.%  S S r. *dt .. %  s s Mon,.* S S II. Da i..i. i-. B*a Pearl ft ft Advlaei. H S Alro i Pointer 8 S Wodj %  I I 1 IB Loch ejiith. ss Casaae %  MMlUtS. B a Alcoa P*.in*ni s rl Alcoa Cornell. S S Fulkt fia-fi... II. 8. It is proposed that four (4) is a s H• .Sanitary Inspector wi'l aid Hi r T s c ^; these duties. um, a a 'Oi larrn.-*SS AII.M PurlUn. SB 0 ThMedical Officer of Alcoa Partner g B Alcoa K.i Tertu*. a B Co-tillThereaa S S Foi Atlanta Sacondo R R f nieniey was* to t aching of apprenliees so tnai they would in .ii.. llveUhood as a result, it would i' well If Governnu '.mc nrr.tngement with II ngeaea a I hi them C.nvernment could bllity for the in t vi.,i of thin tr.'.initia For thi %  could then be on n ad toi the l the t ori.ii.ni-. i uid taSei Ian %  %  i .11 wages Mr Kidney. I do Rot know if they will parvi II pUI pose." l^mg Neglected %  M*,.„. Health A-ould be expected to lake j %  %  '"Jf Up duty on or about the January. 19S2 and applications Dnaaman. ahculd reach this ofTiee not Ir.ter H r >" than the 15th October, IftSI. gt.Sl—3n VANSLUYTMAN BRINGS RICE The 76-ton schooner TirnoSan 1 A. II. Vansluytmaa sailed into port from British Ouiona yesur;dav with a cargo of SO bags of rice 500 bag"' charcoal. H Urn I of Urewood and 85 packages of fresh fruit. Oranges and grapefruit were Included among the | fruit "Thi trip from British Guiana is one o; the r.nest thai the Vaal alaylmsn has made with me on her. the male said yesterday Th* Yanalurtman was neverthe, less about T5 miles out to see from %  British Guiana when high winds and rough seas were experienced -iv other ships in the Caribbean on | Sunday Th* mate said that they | did not meet the squally weather The Schooner Owner*' Association irtformed the Advocate yesterday that the schoor.ers Rainbow M SEA WELL aaiVAia M> w i \ i .l.i.i. Ida Oewbiiry. Mar*. rnuilrone* June .L'haatanal. It i*l. Donold ftue-a-Quan laa Mary Dt-.a ,. Jnnath* I llrvaii. On I'.ni II. ..., ll.nrj Adl-gai. Iraaa IrlalSad It Brai... H aai.ker. R n-ifl V Dag J Ct.ll. Made* Lee gta,. Vor.le.1. It" Keil> J***b '. ItfPAJHtl Bl n. R W I A L Pa* inaiaa* Clit*i*e Ctaneland. J.eiai Kh.if.i %  fJSBlIRM fkake Alan I'M* I Hoarh. Ina* Ihuii lea. Rinn Abrahai L gggle.f.iri. Hni". Mayer. Raperi G-ida h Budget would be 1111... %  -t then would !• no Incluaitan %  %  mtii ihi had beet I SI In the rnonth lha1 I bi since, the Secretarial bad gone through the len-vi it*, up ,i li-t ol i th.it plan Ingethei i thtit hut • At th" lop "I %  .also luchiucal BdUCB In. II mil many OJthei th-ngs 'IF ara ..-as the II i %  bir%*^** .1 A.igi.tt ... %  CANADIAN SERVICE PAJITaVrn I'll/IHIM 1 Auguit I a>pi*it. M Replem,., KIIRFRT TIIOM LTD. 4PPLY:— DA COHTA NEW FORK ANI. OVLV SERVICK 00L LTD—CANAIHAN 1ERV1CE wi-; WOULD WaQaOOMI mi; DPI-OKTIMTY TO HI-L YOIK OatOBM FOI ii mWE LEAB on. mmd TMJVTB Hit ( ornei ed ltn>ad A M i rou n i# I Ion V C. Gale said thanks ot the Chamber and the %  ut munity should b* glvi Wlthnall for brlnglnK the matter up that day. It was a matt U a had Ion*; baan ra %¡%  ., i (,., -,-.,.., world today than I Barbados had hee pod reputatiot foi aducatloi Afat HUN Wr-. Indies wei If one took into conalderaUon tie la*t flguit• to aducatfon i.i would %  %  Bai log •and. "Unfoit ., gone In for technical education which is needed." he said I ,l> v. oul.l Iiee..pla would lie "iiupiied to work f-.i a living instead of iust walking about when looking for ;i %  b and i ifti i 'han not, in van. Ail Uv coing to a seenridary or t.: h hool cannot h. dot las teachers, eivd parvai I and these thing! > i .; given any whatsoever, w"h theresuit that when tilev \< s. h--l they r y diflk-ull to %  This n Rtt cal trainig was 0O> up very seriously by the mint, said Mr. Gale Ii* thought 1 ie Maine name i Ollld b0 %  .?" w 4 !,— A • .,".„ %  master' RATM0F EXCHANGE 8^^S*^S.?K f some kind of technical ed< should i>e started as soon poaatbR Ai D-ia Mgea • I I.etM i McLeOd S....O. Brown* Roiaci wi. V ., ...... Tar-M I ...... Mtarlh* DAI' I */\". %  lad Gardenia W.. which left Bar* prtly hefore th.bad weather set in on Sunday, reached W/A*AAr-/r/,v/,/ ( v.v/. ( thi r I* tii %  .'.'Sfely. m si. i Banker. at i Damand Draft. SI M'V p* I Draft. SI I Hf. pe SB 1 Plranuri' ... Mr. A %  .. I h.ve fr.tl plt..ur cleans everything smoothly and speedily I



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I' U.I. THO Ccuub Qallhiq BARBADOS ADVOCATE. TIH'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 151 w i Help Day Nursery A I Drill %  %  The dance is under :: %  With T.L.L. -. RICARDS from %  Around and Alsnut Mi. i Tin M" to Hi-uiiL'harh D I %  %  ions". 11 i A itta %  large of Ui M MH In West. r*iave *nl letters lo her. .nil to haw Uvd Kitchener in the Wt'%! African progi arnrne Reg i ruling lat wMk. I>.id Kit. hener was featured in West %  la Lord Kitchener ll %  uay composing a new calypso in RnUelpatlon ..t the Sugar Hay Hi Mnaon-Dl* H Turpln light inn iTtdiilh in America. 250th Birthday T HI Vcn. F. J Slrectly, ArchDffl of Tobago, and sha Rev. H. D. C. EdmondacMi. Rector > i Snowdon, Jamaica, are among Iwalvaj oversea* people invited bv %  PENDING Inthird holiday visit the Society for the Prop*.,; > U..rl>a<.o is Mr. Oiaton Ihe Gospel to take a special part IO slong^ with hit ln_ the Society.'* 250th birthday IM-MIM.I i / Third Viiil third holiday visll %  %  %  %  h ft di spataj Enjoying Himaelf %  i Mono 1 %  %  %  anU Mr and Mi ung wi 1 s. Raul Domcelebrationa. %  nvrd (ran Venezuela 4 They will travel through Britain ngo. They art slaying al cleanibing the work of the Society Hotel •*-• %  "' V ;.;. < ll yr street y ii a was Aral here In Deeei H been swimming VM five years old. He i? •Ay. ka last visit <;. K Dt of weight and %  | i *:T di other Indian* a duly. Mi count n Five Daya A. MONO the pal %  Tin.. I I %  %  : frank Hare fot about Spnng.-i %  %  "' %  % %  Club. %  %  %  %  %  Ud th in Trinidad snd %  Nt Baa* %  M il (, i %  %  : u student* have >•%  %  %  %  says It is not easy to maki Trinidad Bran AI Home Sec re M l FERNANDO and Paul Both We*t well fitted for this Street ly il an Engli-.h t all his 25 the Wohi likdjas, and Mr Edmom.son. who trained %  I st Peter'. College. Jamaica, ik, %  Hi' of toe Hi shop of Jamaica, "young and very promising l hi < cli-bratlons have provided an ipnortui Itj la utow the twosva) BoWel KM World Church. F.arlier thai year, six English a*are commissioned to Two Weeks .' %  IVtei fcfcOUdS BtlM ha <>n It W I.A.'s flight %  %  . %  %  %  at Ks' holiday In Harbudu*. %  trial at the Ocean Vim Hotel. Mr. McGlade is ;• form-i I* W.I A pilot. THETORY 22 • Who! kind of woman will be fighting for tears in Parliament Of the ntit General Election' Here arc the lhre latest Tones to join the 19 already in the field . bv Ell.i;i;.\ ASCROFT %  that rumours of an October (: Kl-rtion coinAll are unrr.iirnea. v. >Md busy pro!..,.(1 fc ,., comer. rtor.iiern ndii*tr.a: its Tlie* ara ih< a roi:n to u •Oopcad , -f..*ST_ ana \ vomi i "sent who kill .land again I %  .."iHUiP^E-"' %  *" ni# n mnflda iKr.N. Muyvfi rtgsii rr rigr. Jr %  gy WA^^ with n Rcadma Oi rtunours Orfte.r. Brononuea P- ta (Hcr home and )ob are ;n the heart oi the Potierte* n a %  nw nve yean Mie nu been managir.ii awactar of a lamilv pol 1 n Ousint I afiich rmpioy> 200 men %  W *<'• "as man' gamaauatfl ami vuiing iiorund as::' %  dressing: up %  %  • awed) a:di il> |g i-l. ?r i Baj MR I %  l %  %  mtaes M THI HIADMISTRISS % %  lie was H ftj i>.rents and. (Iks i djughte:u.ina i home ha* mdo tier share .: cook rh no' > not iu> Pretty, n-diiMdad. III I i am dan-nbet Israeli a> u tailored :ype." hui ahe ha* a WfMSki. lot trnir.: .A,nd 'f she i Mart%  er t. i i n SJuroi, .iie^en 1 House of ( % %  RtM i CM m Din Int*.vta oi. -de ncr >. >. rover WV9 ajetiv|:.es. lots ol rradins :td ihtatre i.lpUnuaual wrei for mj young a woman i. IIPI aae i i members of the HC. Out Kite team and several Barbadian • %  's on Monday night Second Book M* %  %  i u „f t „ ( havJ. A Tudor. mg mi ng th> ran* i -*Mm *\v>v. DENNIS DUPERLEY, who %  1 iba KcMHington I ." London, returned from the I ConUnonl last sraafct, i>cnnis viii i I'.oi ..iI V i nice and met many Continental journal engaged on wrltll of *hoii i 'olllns. Ing n | o be i" lb i!,.'.'. second book rm: AIIVIMIIUA oi PIFA -FTT7 V* Ji\ THE WAY By Beachcomber L AWVI RS %  IM i ii Is State hai 11 mplete I io know 111 happen who roi Ret %  round ii al times a %  %  % %  lounlry to -on pSURflBS Itata a/hli i: CROSSWORD %  plant its own flajf on an lnbsr> %  %  nl 75I.3BB fret up Ami If all BpSjl I Lintiv in anothei lome%  i I on Hie plea th,u • immediately beneath the of in* country'* Rational apSM R WkhMtmm (i\) "CJO/ Raid S/N-t/orih.,m "you *7 have come all the way tna 1 1 gland to btini us i-IKnvklib. %  : '(. the moat po ei ful i containing I IthertO unkiioun even to food i %  ii.i i no leal lbs and in* Interpreter bad Irawn back In .ii.i-m (ornuua the Dtreetoi i.ndlcd UM non-do,.il Then be pressol n IM-II "Send U %  ha Raid rj> rly. An atced man with pterdng I Mad Into room. "In your opinion. Pro* kskajd the Director, •rould d i"' pnaalhlR to cooatruci II sausage of brankfast >lr.r so poisonous thiil the mind recoils from oooiamplatlng it"" lounkl* bla n asj bieathe and M-phiced Ihem, more heavily tlouticd than before, on his nose "Fi-t.1 experts." he laid, have ulleacly performed marvels. The difficulty would be to make I .'..pie eat such a thing" gg t SRao n hatty drew himself up proudly "Wt may nafely leave that part • I the affair," he said 'to DletCOJltrollRr lloildkublj and hi* II N capable staff." /.'/ irhat YOU Wvnr W HEN 1 aiiiiounied that hid•veie to be made of cheeserlnd and blotting paper. It must lave been n double misprint. 1 read that bats bare bean made from peanuts and (triad milk iii Manchester. Thi* means that we*t End battara will ... n kaep herds of eow, und em-' i loy statisticians to compute the hat-ytaU • PRS* cow. Since such luita can be made palatable by Hi. ..ddilion of n pinch of salt. hatters ought to do a roaring trade let What You Wear And i '.: %  %  JOAN Afl.SA HI A (It H „ H 2 U>car-ol n tamporaTy civil servant in the Ministry of Supply at Liverpool When aba. stand* EM Wigaii at (he next aigtfllun nl\e I will be the second youngMt Tory *oman candidate Fair, blue-eyed. plumpiUi. Ma\ Blackic lives with her mother anu looks after her own garden Her chief interests are home and lam. ily problemFor home and ofnee Miss Rlnckie likes simple tailor-mades. "Par the easiest style for a career girl." she say*. Hobbies range from sport to bullet, all kind* of leading. Cirey Day* NEW wlntat poloui H aUUffjoaJ Ktey. Introduced by both London and Paris designers, H Is flattrrinR to all ages and all colourings. It looks yell nnsed with black or worn w'th black accessories: can be worn successfully, too with dark brown Good contrasts to put with il GLOBE TO-DAY 5 & 8.15 %  fiW* . |>eacock blue* .,•. %  i magenta or coral; grat '.reuse, "shocking*' pink. I'.niRddR a natun.1 .hamols leather belt and gloven; I/milon • howi It with crisp white accesMake-mi to ooinpleanaM should ite warm-toned mure b) • %  DOtoU] !..l I ID %  It I than by rouge. Lipstick should bt stlong with ii blue %  H ntt 'i dcflnlle eye make-up, I • %  Bhu irid shadow are striking vrltn blue Rjn i I %  %  WORM) COPYRIOMT KFsFRVEn Aiiiiri.iri 4 sslsiin % %  : Irmiuui VA il! Not Set j inShorn :JEW VORat I.I Tu -nan. a music .nd other Washington 11 pera-goer* are not going to tee I ballet ii .'.* ji i ^.s-. 'tolISgjB HI %  le FledermaiKi" music Of Strauaa'h walti tune. South". | This la because Washington i con aiders Itself s d ami southern cities do not admit Negrees to thestres for white sudiencea. Britain's Rudolf Bing, manager of New York's Metropolitan lending a compsny of 100 to 50 cities lo stage "Die F*elei innus. !" But the company belongs to the I i n Fiputy, which bars I trggR appearing in any Uientra prretising racial discrimination. SJ The Bi:t Is going to r put the nation's capital. Here's A i*hancr AN ANONYMOI s benefactor offers to pay a w;.y through the Roman Catholic University of Notn Dime for any eadets exm West Point Mtl.tary The probable numrx-i —00. Bach student'.: fee at Not-e fkian—£480 to StSOO. Double Or Qnll? GENERAL EISENHOWER en never be President, say the RU* .becauae ha doss not! l ava double letter.-, in his name AH Presidents have had such letters for the last half-ientuiy Samples: the double R in Harry Tr.nnafi. the doable O in Roost*• Hoover %  )n tiie other hand, a student as chalked a one before the New i r ess—0. Mornlngsideve—of the general and a aero behind it. That makes It 1000. the number of the White House on Washington's Pennsylvania's venue. Fire Sweeps Forest SMOKE IIILAHH dm km the skies above the mountain ridge* 1 Hi.Pacific .coast from 200 as, hug*) nnd small For 82 days some timber lands have had no rain. All logging hai lowing 35.000 r-ien out of vork. OPENINO Friday 14th EMERGENCY WOOING EMPIRE NOW SHOWING 4.45 & 8.30 DaRy Sjlurd.J ?^ml FOLLOW THE SUN' "' \ SKNCEg FRACl \i M)MN KNiiETX \ ELiZABt'TH TAYLOR 1 'Fathers little I Dividend' ii "KXI..C^..jlKW lg *., j] BaOBTB mm UHMM sirrn (IIMF.N ROYAL TO-DAY LAST 3 SHOW* 4.30 S.15 Adell MARA Robert ARMSTRONG KOXY LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY !• A Ui ORSON WELLES In %  BLACK MAGIC ROYAL DIVORCE JFIU'SA I | H Di[>!omatlc Bources n|d ilir iii-1. i'n)irt.i ol Jordaii rtarltd 1-K.tl pri'cvedliuik to Bain dlvom from het husb.'uul Fun Til..I. th.newly |iriH-lnlrnr.l KinK of Jordan. —r.r. • BLACK BOOK FRIDAY ONLY .*t 8.0 WILLIAM BOYD in DEVIL'S PLAYGROUNDHOME OF THE BRAVE. . In . "lnrirSM** Ad "SLIPPY MrCF.E" Slarrina Donald BARRY Tom BROWN II.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME IHI nil, A, %  arrFMBUTB . IBSI 11 ll %  in P'u|T4ii>.ni r-iatf.. 11 w ok sa n ll U am I rhHt, IS inoomi Tlw Nawi. OPENING NATIKDAY 4.3# A 8 IS ANN UAXTEIt DAN DA I LEY TICKET TO TOMAHAWK and "MY BLUE HEAVEN" Starring BETTY ORABLI DAN DAIi.KY OPEN1NO TO-M(HlKO\V 4.30 A t.M IwagdJ Slashlm Double "DON RICARDO RETURNS" j Km a n -. Fred COBY—Anthon..WARD and CORSICAN BROTHERS' Bum-tog Douglas FAIRBANKS TinNrm, 4 IS p m In. 1* P m All Slat BUI. S p in %  S mi VI... 5 1* p m . P o. ablaSy I IS pm IBlStlMl Mav.irlnr 1 nve Pamda, S M P *• ?\ MM H .'ffSS : li. P m News .is-i. ill pa, W* a*e Brilaln. I p m Qamarally Bpeaklne. a p an ><1. Ill pm Rook* to ui •> p %  ., A* I Kur* Him John rupv B 45 p m L.trrkida. SU pm m n. % %  Cdllorlal*. • p m Una Ni|til ml JO p in Ho You H-otnnHi. I pm Spn-lal DMpatfh. 10 pm .. %  III IS i> II Inla.UiOa. IO IB Cliir^llriB Arrhla. Id U p.m llrrr OLV JI P I C LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4.3R A 8.15 CLARK GABLE — SPENCER TRACY IN BOOMTOWN FOR ME AND MY GAL" Starring GENE KELLY — JUDY GARLAND l VOI III It II .11 If AM'It ft /II-II in if tmt.OHt. Soon IFWIOMARK afANDRrA'S fVlERRILL m—ai %  n. %  MI %  -— ^ua—iMa— OPENING FRIDAY 4.30 A R.IS I'nlveraal Atomic Doable TONY MARTIN — YVONNE DE CARLO CASBAH AND CITY AROSS THE RIVER SUrring STEPHEN McNALLY i AQHATI(LIB n.\EMA (Membrs Only) TO-NIGHT si S.30 (LAt'DETTE ( OLRERT HOHF.RT YOI'NO GEORGE BRENT in "BRIDE FOR SALE" SHE'D LOVE TO SAY 'YES" TO A MAN WITH A MILLION! COMMTNCINrrTO-MO RRO W IRENE DUNNE in "TIIK MUDLARK" I th Sttrcewi nOou .lore. (SI i ;.i i-uuii ; II"* -. all get. () I lil.Ml i .lUcd naaveni). mi i.. %  %  to peruae In. (Si %  .loniha level. ISI %  mixMl OffaTS. i*' il • ilna nirs i • isat %  tm latVpBSlfl avhilr %  Ho o'hrii lnok a i ulf dulanrr. M' m *Ho yon are jnci rhCN .tn." t**"H. Huprri. H* % % %  a4l ' iha iSi nk krt aomt ouerr icikf loandi, .. ,., ,,, ,.,. hjrd. ooi a RAYON SPUNS I Shadta) I —36" |HAY(iN SATINS %  | %  'ILE .. SO" in 1.15 COTTON LINENE —36" iff M ....—For School Uniform DIAPER CLOTH 36" @ .70 OlAPERS @ .51 CHII.I.'UFN'S VESTS All Siies .4.-. %  T. It. EVANS & Will 11 El I IIS DIAI ^600 YOUR SHOE STORFS DIAL 4220 EMPIRE so many women... so little time... STARTS IH-.llllililln ..iMiir mumsn TllkH Mill uiis IF ut ^ALENTIMQ %  7?m'/C6'/w ELEANOR PARKER ANTHONY DEXTER.. RKhoid (oilion %  Pot'K.a MfoVa ,'^tph (alii I.-, R .-^..^a*. *vfc rrfAKfi br EDWARD SMAIL agTMRfT ROTIlt la*H BURfAhl VUfSTiKO • h %**>v>%mt .Iwat t' rtaeii %  M CtirM • SmtM b. IIWB AUfN 1-...1 I I V M .! %  iTIti .. II \| PI AIA rti .1 lha %  • %  •< i ala. (I ItKISf IO-UAV lealys •*** i* M a-bi WIU-OX iraaajKaj aaa NgAui.r. A Raga WMIIAM ELIZABETH o/ LADYMEADE oi.A i ja p.M ONRI V VAI i n • MOSS ..I %  JONtfc %  ('Hi;r I.VMK got NILIT JhF.rn Mj, c k HKllWN r N ro Muawow iiooDBii %  Bf V OISTIN aT"M^iaCli Dial I4R4 %  BBOAIIWAV %  Oroigr H-llFal O Brlciv a •-mo am) OI TMI : %  VAI.II B.>rh J..-,,.. S, i III .1 si SOI'ND I r Trldav ionh "ALWATS GAIETY THE OARDEN — 8T. JAMES 1 a-l Aha* Ta-aJ|hl al S.Sa OIOROI; WHITI. k MASUUa' Joan DAMS Jark HAIXV a %  btsrsaAisStcv* BHUDIE IMISnlla -al • 1 in.. '.. S..'i Bn DSAOON* *" P s"jpm raiousasiAN '•" %  *•*"* "* lannas Uack OPISATIO** p.. ... i pAiinc l.t't us supplfi ihv ///' %  *""// ncrf>viVii'v tor your ##ofn#' LAVATORY BASINS White, Oreen and Pink Frem SUM TOILET SUITES White. Ivorv Green and Pink High Level fr.nn 134.48 Law Level from 971.29 TILES White Cream, Creeii. Pink and Black fVarloui TypRaJ STOP COCKS, nil* OOCaU A SOIL P1PF DIAI ?R31 THE BARBADOS O-Ol'l It A 11\ I tOTTOX I II I OH*. LTD.


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PAGE MM i. BARBADOS ADVOCATI. Till IIMIAY. SKPTrMBKK ii 1951 BARBADOSAl>V ti.!MMi..v BestarnlM i I IM1 £5.000 In o\i: HOIK ONWH III*IIS*IO.\ hoe WMI %  % %  P Mi Mi ons man %  % %  *hriM In H'i tsJtSfl ;i proi %  importance of the c Gresril Britain and whal the) m< (or nn otfal e1 tHe standard "I life in imperial tountrioa <''"> Oil maintnmed when provide nMhTSttU tot Ihett COlo-' Tin-I But within re ii has been %  ho* .it men and mat) the eolorrieg can make In I ir, and their pectally in I Hemiapl ere* ar< ru which add to their importance. Beyot d itions, the I Indies occupv ;i very Drt*CUlai in the atr.,ns .it Qreal Britain. With most oi the other pan clamouring for lei constitute one of the last s< < which give her thi The v %  %  ached n stage of development where they now eh greater voice m the adminiatration ol their internal affairs and it has beei federation is the % %  %  quaie expression to the IdeeJ Thi %  i ilonlea u>o. has attracted ilit* attention oi people* the world over Interested In the edmlnia tration of colonial affairs. And it m that the intense interest of foreign powers in the adminiatration by Greai Britain of the West Indies has aarved to accelerate the tempo of any aconomlc and political rh has been made it will be seen therefore thai Mi has come to an important Motion i Colonial Empire at •> time when our .. are i world wide Interest and at a stage of our development which makes | guinea pig of political experiment The problems of the Weal Indies have been discussed time and a^am at Westminster and the I lorance oi the background of those problems and the iinawarer* our ideals and amhiiions shown by Members of Parliament makes the visit of Mr Brame all the more interesting and valuable. Within recenl months the %  hipping difficulties oi the West [nooss Have raised in parliament and by the West India Committee. The of the real difficulty which West Indians suffered when the) were unable to travel : between die Islands or to ami from thi Wi not shown on the face of the d si"iis. And when people In England can in'.ile visit train to B lak Barbadian Joui nahs'. rovei Lair* m female* they show a lai of detail but of fundan It is tMs condition of thi %  Ich visits of .v. 'i,i.' oi Pi rflami nt can do much ; correct and vhich will be to tne bei the West In lies. luring ins bi iind evidence oi -i treat desire t<" • i'ii* . i the an %  "i .i people almo I whol'y dcix'iidert upon agriculture mnani ol ndustrialisation In ordi i the itandard of living; and the ambltioi of many to throw off the manl i cal tuti lage and assume that %  enci-. Con 'tig as he does from the I a stil npire built \i\ i ecu' I DO sympathetic W ambltton : .1 i %  foi pr greea ai % %  1 • %  1 1 ... %  <>.. what he will be shown and wl gainei and information dui sh % %  %  1 I find that on his retui • and Commonwei %  %  (Bl -IIAl V 1 uiiiN BBBBBBBBBBjaM V 1 %  %  1 %  '•urs. Always Grave %  1 %  %  %  1 sassm T~ ^HR m 0 1:11 U\:I\K\V %  n %  S 1 I %  cotton 1 %  %  1 f K : I V %  %  "00 in U lien, th. %  thel 1 wives. %  % %  %  1 %  m chanced i %  rbstwean %  M Victor Bo %  thai, %  pseri rich told me:— .ire feel %  %  K %  : ample, b I 410.000-01 have watched iisometimes :. conpi.0 among them—nauat of thu week, [h the total iKisvd ovti %  sure, the rUks play day *nd night are DM nrlUs has seen %  %  \ Strange Life lead .1 life. %  111a al the Casino ui 3 %  amblers, roe B) Hi, night beluie I p m 111 uma i' ns > %  pi > ujuii m u, than bos %  rest UJI dinner at tram 1 .In p.m. > ••• sn %  %  nttniu %  > | kept UM i -.nk going until 1.15 tli< 101 afternoon. At the tiible* Ihrmifcl! ' %  ii.imptiicn* -DUt DOt i i#>. by 3'j MCMM each wvrth £1.000 %  'I tall. There arc varmna stacks of £500 ...i % %  If they lose Ihe ii.il chlti whicli .he cashiers debi ... . | fiesh plaques. When they win, nnd the pU l>elii. to reach tu-nrly to the: eyes, an .iffl'-i..] will t..k. U %  ounteiv away to be the man who undo. lands the areai gambli %  %  %  %  Tin ki-. to nil %  i the round i uti nai iy (Mil-son ol lbs Oresst iy sv-j:— ' •I^'^i^i ttmbler-Mid: — n.... do !" > '"'•' t...:.i,k-i. t ContlMnul "'' lluK '" a '" %  system. Poi ""•." ....them-lu-i.l l>. Itoni hava Ka '"). • %  '." * !" i !" cal acconUAS I SEE II FROM I Bj I B. I IMTIIY %  M Sn ui if. NitoUiiii. arhS n nsssrl] brsssossai m UM ream M |i in I. j <.rrrk NSW I SSSt dlreil front ateybai -l *I"iii. aerte iii %  igal \.i LoDget Stars of Baroda m %  IIUC a CB4 :i .iiiil'i. .. di i. loaaaWJ to play. ., gunbton reirularly heated HUM I DM %  hand %  take is £5.000—the :'!i their £100 a yetn travel .i I I II v\ %  ii iv remain i .r •1 stopped i.i.iMiit because I I.-IIIM a (n tune that |.ntililuiii il a vke. Somr men *ou see H UM i.hi.-, h.r, urn|(in ajaj ihV m.n i ikuii: linns. |Jfr ts onl 1 :...,, ,1,1, i,, i ih-m arikM thrv ar BSBySBf. "1 spenil in. Ightl watcnir. J he name but durlnf UM dsw the duel of swim and stay oul in the open m uunki tins ii ; i |ni> tons I i fl ten renke i That la tin he heavteel gamblers u DeaurlUe." i.I'll! tm way to enjo —f„E..s\ flWj Hi ilish lUiUi Sliipv Sail For .1 • % % % %  %  %  d'la I ' *J Od clothing at *•* % % % %  % %  %  eomins in Iraa • .. • and Brit th Ow rwn Air1 len waya has promii^i to CB % %  fret to the hurrii %  bout ona i.>ic UM victims. < and from n OoU Cos i I k, who eabled h | £3 %  > i Urad to Sn Hufh foeii, fund. It pissed a resolution oi A E i i the ... pk| ,,t iha <;i i in. Ltd. and two Coast "conveytos t., the peop %  i i era, t Jamali o vui| CltOOO eacti I Bepsrato ppeali are being made "' %  luntary bod i % %  i : Line the N.-t Crass, tht B mrken it the An f.^XiJt r m '. en pmCbs Di I hep ot inn | bul mterinsel i %  %  receipts. ehureh. %  '.r realised more — Ciifl II — than t2.0iK' Tlie Ilish :nc in kinfl. too. Sown home t<> lamslcs with Uu 1 ton "f naUs, money. The London branch %  l .inIhc Caribbean Ijibour Congres5 ii I totlUBg, food, do" %  v mestlc fOOdi and money, whin In will 1 I.ii-li .utcil In Ihe Jan %  K %  I'n eti Ol T \J& B.IJ.1*. U.K. SeowSe For fl'.l. Jp—baree E 1,000 i rnilli. %  \ hiniN.II 1 %  nresal IPJ foi M %  %  i 1'. it. %  Tl iArliuanl n I %  %  — A Warship — the mine ViH>iu. which h %  %  i 4U knO nf Ihe i leevlni ... i 4 fin %  will nt: ami IS, "The let re ol thi % %  I IK, won >., ;v %  OflV I. (NOON. British 9 ..Ii l will %  : %  Tl %  Con van's to Inviti I it. .T*. Inchauna vTest Alans. Northern i eland i> houtinie to be hchl in Kiiieston Ulster Pali i i h 5th to k*j invited include ihe I kted -•• ite fctosl' i. the liepublirs ol S it America, Cuba. rn !" all the British West v -" mp March 17th July j:ird and August 11th. It proposed t<> ->nd InvltaUoni dlftVn i r iasklpe them I semi |'.c %  %  i spend a wi< in the homes p Oaiter Bcoutl and 10 days i: i bebh he rai il-foVd, m the And the rt. ish nre planning to invite patrol", of six to eiht Scouts from 20 d Vsreni irie-, to theli Peti A Jan according ^^n Ju | v 2Hlll Imd s lllh Then vill i> '"' to 14 days ii cami l9M eh m w sh i,' Each ot %  i, Rpvei Internbses Con U ihw • ill be held an biteniiii,. nal Jembtor henstilan, Gloseew, fi-m m52. so ihn-c arc plenl Pd to July 31st. v .th chances com g for West %  l ") >h homes of ?*•* Bcoutl to v the United Kins Rover 8 lorn In \9K LONDON, August :io When Mi h ttlths became Secreles after the General KiecUun last year, it was assurm-d -ome quarters that he was keeping the place warm for Mr. Creech Jones, who had. lost his seat. But bye election has followed bye-election without Mr. Creech Jones returning to Westminster, and II Mr, Creech Jones an w in the Ooeernment's i iiki-ly he would d&splact Mr I h r %  Mr. Gnflitiis. an excellent House of Commons man. makes the most of his briefs. H with RBsUnsj about eolosual ptoblemi and is recognised ai MUCITC, even by colonial people Colonial OfficepoUciss Tinstrength <>f his position as CosDflia Beoi etai to the InitiaJ succes ved earlier this year in regard to critical problems. It is too early to say. whether that .success will lead to solution ol East Africa's difficulties, bul it did provide the badly needed breathing space. Mr. I Griffiths contributed to his East African ement chiefly by nil visit t< the tern-' :ncn'. His strength ul personalit; I own .it it.-I" %  Now Mr. Griffiths is In Central Africa Can he "sell" Central African Federation" T:.r propoaali announced earlier this sununei have had widespread repercussions. On the favourably received, in quasi ins much to Minister's prestige In Britain. Thev hav been far less favourably rece i ved UI Africa by Africans. While It !•being emphasised that ELfilG is beep i ng an open nund at this stage, Mr will have scored a signal triumph if he can persuade African leaders that it il in their n ice of any prospective advance of Malanism, to accept the pforjOtils as a basis for federation. He will be very firmly entrenched in the Colonial Office — so ong IS the Labour Party is in office. The ravages Of the hurricane which re Gently swept through Jamaica have become j more visual and realistic to the people of Britain Pictures showing the extent of the .red in the front pages nf many newspapers. Cinema-goers have watched with sympathetic interest a newsa mg Jamaica after the hurricane. As a long-distance spectator of the trag cdy. it seemto me that Jamaicans arel accepting the challenge with dignity and txemendoua courage They are displaying! that same spirit which reflected itself in the : war-time trials nf the British nation, the spirit which has helped the British people 'ine one crisis after another. Of Jamaica, more than of most Colonial it seems true to say that "it never rains; hut il pours". They have suffered one liter : late years — political squabbles, rising cost of living, mass unemployment, the Cuban Pact, and now the hurricane. Despite all the disappointments and frustrations. Jamaicans, it is good to nots not lost their love for their favourite sport— Cricket Along with news of the hurricane. nea ol the discovery of m-\ outatand* ing spin bowler another Ramadhin, they %  ay, '.'.h.it has impressed me deeply about the Hurricane disaster is the feeling of brotherI Which has expressed itself in gifts ul all kinds from various parts of the world. It makes one appreciate that the majority el people are peace-loving and kind-hearted The trouble is that most of us are so inarticulate; only in moments of difficulties do wel really become united. There has been some criticism of Britain*! gtfl ol EMO.0O0 to the Jamaica hTutl Relief Fund. Mr Alex Bustamante has dl %  it as "ridiculous", and critical comment has appeared in Britain its<'f Th nun of £1150,0(10. it should be made clear, Britain's first contribution; an immediiu< relief cheque. The demands on the O.K. will inevitably be much larger. W< must therefore wait and see what the hill extent oi Britain's aid will amount to. itf-i> i r*s oi or. I nox Some hooks are to b* 1 tasted Others to be swallowed, and %  some lev, lo be chewed and digested—Bacon ADVOCATE STATIONEBY CHAINS Fur #.! %  •• %  #/ PurpttHf m m m CALVANISED '..'; 3/16'; V IRON '.' BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDELIER All Cui I., K.(|\iir.-,l LtafliH — ALSO — IMMI CHAINS. LEADS ami COLLARS WILKINSON & HAVNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 4C87 — BECK WITH STORES THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOR HOWBB Iwilh molar) $2B0.2I f —' %  —' • 18" GAZELLE (with molar) Htm TIOER PUSH 45 - SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE "A II DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. IK I (hi 4 & CO. I III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Our lt>a in th* Crtrrrspomlonl 626 DIE DURING U.S. HOLIDAY NEW YORK. Sept. 4 '.(I Stales MUblishrcill-lime rrcord for M H added thsl I % %  .i h pulilir 5.9.51 miinn Work* In U.S.A %  and cur %  %  %  I %  I %  %  %  to animals that ocBarbado*. All eases wtMff ii niven ard foi n*nt. (EfsJ i'"."cautioM have bo. i followed Up bj wir liupeelom. bul navUrally i: %  !•.. %  riifton mesnaof prwentmn Hie beatm* ol i %  %  • srhsn i a 1 % % % %  D .:%  of ; .n offend,c %  %  %  Our cm it need li tor ; fully drawn attention |0 trained thi iluriiiu Llbotu DJ H the ill too numsroui *though HI BM Amerfcanj di^rl B l'i A MS I'n1'ienlng of l a averse) •vtn and a half ..i. w'i -. the start of the tin y Ii i\. kind. Th.' total included 403 deaths In %  • %  %  nd in piano crashes and 10! In %  %  animals" to the Nad M utaroom, prmidem .' the '. St high as 500 <>TT. ms lata porla are tabulated 'Tl%  rould die %  .-• %  Bj 360. I I T WMIOIC I'laOIH < IS are low7/ As* ./t / M// /•/ $rith Anchor Bultrr per lb I 81 .Virhitr I u .Milk per Ib-ov. tin "!9 \nchur fTSSSI Milk per n-ft tin Z U Anrhnr Whulr Milk |irr 1-Ib tin S 1 heddar GkessC [er 5-lh tin 3 in < "iiU'i, i in—er lb 83 iiisii irs t *rr %  crasaa OBsskara Oarv*i Sweat r.-un. t'arr'i Ami. BlsrulU. \. ale Maxurll llousr ( .Hrr MEATS Ml n /I \i.\M> LAMB W si KALIAN K \BBITS OX Bit \IN~ -MiiKI M hll'l'l |; HUSH VH.ITAIll I Sh+ECMALS ( rsahad r^aaesaost prr tin : Cirok's Paste ^ prr tin Idrii Kl Tonir p>r bsllle 1 aa M safer # %  /-/#/ iittni ...GODDARDS .24



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVlx \,l TIICRSnAY. SrpTFMBF.R C 19S1 W.L 1950 Tour Reviewed In Book Form WHAT'S ON TODAY "Days Al Thr Cricket" idio audiences, has vrritti %  % % %  : i on '•'> %  I i cricket %  ntlU< d D ij W n i Cj Ickrl" 110 fi> %  MM '.. % %  • %  ng t ausrad Tin IBM \ HI of lh I) ha i: %  %  % % %  %  i uv I igain IPI %  %  I . i %  % %  : I | : ... . %  %  to ci i ..'11 SliniiH.n \ I %  < % %  ion, and it %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  get. An %  %  ttMti BM th %  nil Wv I I I WOIIIII SlHl\ II ItS ralel McDonald llailey Doe$ il Again HALL OF SECRETS NEW YOKK An unidentified Bi:h aircrjfi [1 i.„krr* are tioop l credited with a part In M an imaginary BggtaBBI | ihe Aral Bosnian MiG A<|timaldo And *omt %  % %  %  .. \i tasMd 1—uHlrn rtmtrla *oou i.wndh virtual!) intld lighting ; %  •! I) -blank Tto eraoUl la given by Hit mas n Week, whit'. Hungry Men IKIMINKRS in Oregon State jail nuv< work. Says W. r%  %  Cricket Match (Tbe Island < •-'i Ofttcjal aptun I U. i is to do an engineeriii; Wright Patterson %  %  Say.* AvliiMon Week %  • InM g s Qgatari I* trad, i NJMTWIM W Of the plane will '-reamed. Then irtiK purpose.'' ouUide. Seaman Dai A (IK NUBA I. VIEW of the Vigoralli tba haal* in the World Sprint Champio Eag Hamof Britain EXPRESS N rlgnuui Teonie \\ ins U.S. Title Ni^ilhJit. %  ] BELCH latin M i %  b i equalled th % %  ..., • pi in) And I'm ip %  M, %  I Ol UK | ''" %  •' .<""" ' !" %  %  %  B tv I 1 ""< 1 "" "'•" I i old Aussie de.,11 American Dav ? H „ „. J k in Milan during I .-hip* which wan won by SNYDBP r re I HIW Sepl i %  who racket a ii.%  I %  boo*a of Barbados Players Get Cape To-day %  i |vei tuni unlh tram Hi ittsh nthlrtci %  %  %  %  i %  iravdU tcom < 'up bopi %  i %  Mlm Collj %  i Barbvdoe Cricket A Barbad i %  iclu.tr I the -I i ..ii pi .uter. 'i lao i .-....• If. Il Wig I nope < % %  %  rurai though n bi not %  '< Wint won the <>" I i minute IB.? %  % %  %  %  %  •' %  The BriUah nun won I eetti was great bitung, M | 0 yugoatavla'a BS| A Balding port „l Evaru without .piMiiiintion, cheered the trlctorloui la i and of Wllcotl in vi. % %  M :.... relative incxpi I ,, %  %  ihe b. % %  %  %  %  man n 01 %  y,,,.,. |. lV(l( i., h nevei ulftred „ddlUoti lo Yi.*... %  !..v Un : fact, the BHtlah limckeenci i necked I upon which ihe .'* ume and declared thai tracfe cw luble for the be h M Poui othei mm end >kiii. given thai cncfcn UM thireconl Jem Owei H mitcfa vra tboul it U Divle and Barney Bwell UM US i v,i LiBew (i I • npiioii of A few day lilei Balwa i i ".fore tunning In Athene In in OrNh nir. tin hte blii I %  ant Teal .,,„ pVMerj luring . 100-metre %  uril—bUl ^till WOO In %  • It wag an ii axperli roup con-Jha nld alt I tuunruu) doubt that tneylonythtng until i brokr the tape etltion of the pitch,* 1 pecutofi might weuf teH die U. ntll and Wiilcnll i of del lea ti %  i a MTileoti W i f 1 iriuin i beat 0 | f .,„ n M %  %  i any rhe praeentatlort will I ry durln the Tea Intern I today a ^ I %  i Ground* when FI i td< ... i %  -j hi Rait, 11 ' iIng car,, todafl • %  i "' %  in K E Wal MI •j C Bra • %  a W Qraei Holdei. c w s^iith %  'mjiiiuitop By M. HirniiMi Cuv Deal-* : South \unli Snuth (iiw i ment <>i I'BltR CO-" %  %  U S and BfttitB.* ********* is* %  Korea jn d salvage.! It Was A Thriller Qtll A.M. Alone in her darkRl III Urone I'ark. Ne^ ^ .r Mr Ulttin Laakla entdwd TV Mt— %  : turning inU> a vim%  There w,ia noiae at the win:\t,\\. V ." I !. %  .1 Ki %  Fo. wwkt Americans have fallen off the dustbin on which ho-air genrr.K were he was standing In look int.. UM %  conAdentli on B**,.. r fi.ttn.iiin' %  OM of trMe roincidi'ncv? -*: flghtr ihH should only happen In a 4 eArthui hearings in Aim, two p Ring A: C'ongrew. Now the mystery seeim '"e police -t.tion Seamai lo be solved. said. adly: TH never touch lirtrMUl i onli miar.o'her drop of that -tull the Now She Prays oujry, sh, relhtvad tba TWWU. SISTER QI'ENTIN RIT\ Apru .utietiy ggylng htf priyi llow In t.ei On California'! San Vicente Convent EVEN in thtl land of plenty toaay. Y e at ard i y the was 20there is grumbling and faultyear-old film actress Juanlta finding. But on hia 8l*t birthday QuagMy, who earned E38n ., week Bernard llaruch sums up in seven She had been in films since she words how to live and i njoy was three. living. Says the political and lln„, .. ancia! sage. Don't arouv Klan, But Nn Fear you can OMKOIM ingil KI' KEI X KlJtNSMIN Baruch practises what he preirhi„ QUUJUJ a great comeback ml Wad of oeinit mournful North Carolina in defiance of the l rill age. he announced police. plans for the ceaabrttion ol bat The Klan. which wars on ""h hirthdiiy. Negroes and nails a rlery Vross to nno||gaj|ggjg Dip In the IS PROHIBITION DEAD* ,,m *< '""*' thousands of forma Yes. BootleggmK'' Not ;it nil. -ays members to assemble and wear %  :age Industn. '•' hoods. Inc. It adds that because of high But only 97 men tun U xes bootleggers are selling more They were outnumbered by curlIDagjaJ liquor than licensed tradous and unfrightened Negroes. telling whisky Paying no deputy sheriffs, and •axes, the bootleggers under* 11 !: nine-yeai -uld boy stood ine traders v 12s. 6d. n bottle. speakers' atand KxerciNe Knnck-Oul smoked a WAR (iAMES in North Cam^ W ;l Itna are growing too real. One I'oldter was severely Clubbod, another wounded. To the assem'leil troopi llrmadiei QegM 1 Henry Meyers said: "PHI proud of your enthusiastic flgnting 'inalities. but we are atlll ne:r>Mceung of the Christ Church Vestry p m WaUr Polo at th* Aquatic Club (Harruon College Barracadan and Whipporay* VB. Police) ft p m. Musical ProgramnM at Bnti-h Council e i • pa CINEMAS %(!• *m n<.a. i i" >" ri-\ts r-i.u.1—r. ii !.„.(. s, .II. i Sport* Window %  4M •"* M The mau he*. Striken* Ordered To Resume Work WASM1NC1T. > ft] Judge on W ordered stiikinK maanbera of the international Union of Mine. Mi)l.| ami Smelter Workers to end their ten-day-old strike aguinst the copper Industry and to return t<> *ork Immediately. Una. id that they would comply. Judge Alfred Murray of the laaiUll Circuit Court of Appealihe restraining order IHUM OoverntMnt under th* Hartley Uw. —IM*. I chess champion He .. old rolleguin, hindM husky enough to be ; star and idol of the gu ERNIES wioflK an • PABI 0DD> TO-DAt AT AKIMA Ki nit s (nrecust lip . Bells Special SCOTCH ininin t oi —ow f.,.li up QaWbSCH IH'Tt II BKKH (or Prince Bern ird Handicap. Br|!eve it or nnt To-niorruw nl ti p.m. I rlts. iisv ihe t.T.1 iluv's pmpgnutM ut Artiuu. 6.9.51.— In. UM and cigar. m UU rally a fi Kerr BcoU had Klan that he would ry man who wore I None did. Governor Scott on of a PanamaTt. And (JIMMI At Chess BY BEATlNti AM. the amed d is Ihe ; of the %  me inn) There' 1 .ildhejicici grey lie of thi I K • .11 %  %  %  I with though! he %  ... 1 %  mil cf ihundoi U i r un had WOtl UU %  :mglv Iht nil isrowd of lubUini auppoi t. the pitch, urn %  liDofite police praparaUooa had %  h %  — B.r.p. SPEED"STAR FINED Pred WlUlami w h waj rtrter. who won th< lined J M lot rafUfUu to rida 11 i %  Arthur Pcall acjvf. THIS SNOOKER NECM A LIGHT TOu'CH S"\", %  Ith , ,-. n ii bid i indmg had a .. 'n hanD %  mud ol bi'lJitiK Soiiili li d alter garnihad been 1 ',,at Nnr i i on a lo-ir ,.'i unlai %  r Bpat 'uld ha.*e 1 %  ; %  %  i • YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT I r<>m ( ...(.Hi M.n %  Uinfjll: Ml i U %  %  r.'r monlli I .1.,:; ." .11^ Miutii-.l l..|n|H.r>lurr: I loui-sl Irmprr^turr: IM > 11.nd V.l.ll,: J mllr. r . MOf Hn.itwl*r: fl KJR > '^.H!,* >3 p m ) t SSI. They'll l>> It Even i ime TINS CATCHER TRIES TOR FOUc FLYPAHS N THE STANDS lvps al Wimbledon .vore ihem. 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