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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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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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ESTABLISHED 1895



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U.K. WARNS IRAN
OVER EXPELLING
_ BRITISH OLLMEN

Nee Se a a THALER
ae Sept. 6.
"} HE BRITISH FORSIGN OGFYICE on Taurscay

warned that any attempt by Iran ‘eo expel British
personnel from Abadan would be considered as a
most serious violation of the ruling of the Inter

national Court of Justice.
A Foreign Office spokesman made this state-



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FROM EARTH TO
OTHER PLANETS

By J. MEEHAN
LONDON, Sept. 6.
Scientists from 12 nations
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dais Cease- fire

_ Conferenee Silg

By PHIL NEWSOM
TOKYO, Sept. 6.
GENER: AL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY demanded a new
F Korean iC easefire Conference site and told the Reds to

bali their “constant deceit” unless they tte break off

the taiks for good. The United Nations Supreme Com-
mander threw back at the Reds as “false and malevolent”
their charges that United Nations Forees violated Kae

song's neutrality,

Hie said the Reds themselves manutactured evidence
and called in’ the name of the United Nations fer an end
to “these despicable practices which have received world-
wide condemnation.”






















































































































Ridgway said t Un = =
cuter space is just about . ment at a Press Conference on the reports from tions were ready to n
e a ydre- : ‘ Er pe -
a building a Hydro Teheran. that Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh mun o te on ficers ; ry a | Jap Treaty
; t 1 Y é ‘ is 1s mM ele a ww -
Some 50 rocket and avia- planned the withdrawal of residential permits from te.” He lott it up to the Reds tc !
tion experts assembleq here rel : tnd ’ ove thi jesire for peace, Late1
) f Ss e ‘
Om corpnrin entenien bow British oilmen, unless Britain accepted Iran’s terms tid Command headquar-| “PgpJ fog thea /
Federation on space trave! for settlement. ere. issued 4. release sang ee
which they believe will hel He said that the British Gov — ne , it POOR ME Cc oT
set man down on anothei ernment stands firm b de- + , . we even weens l
planet. cision to take are of some 350} UU. K. FINANCIAL i i % id tn: ris : ape e u e
) | ide the neutral anc
An announcement said men to guard the oil refinery in| : : \ 7 r ’
7 ‘ Abadan, until a settlement is] 7 1 ‘ ite cessar By DONALD J. GONZALES
“— £ we eee a “eae TROUBLES FOR tisfactory d ‘ be _. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept, 6
oe Cee The decision.had made it clear | y “y r MR. BERNARD BRAINE, the visiting MP. (centcc) is sen chatting with Mr. Grantley Adams ; ee ie The 52-nation Peace Conference
atom and kydrogen bomb earlier that those men would DISCUSSION MR. BE ey ang Bee: COSC) vent’ cha with “Mir. Grat f , . oved ahead of schedule toward
were channelled into re- ciate tthgdbansery, baeniitary | Leader cf the Honse of Assombly and His Excellency the Governor at the Cocktail Party at the Marine Neutratity he week-end signing of the
protected if necessary, by military H las g g uf
search on space travel, man ; | otel last night. Japanese Peace Treat : vetole:
s . force { WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, The Party was given by the Local Branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association in honour of It us ai vat the argumer ice ns aty as vetoless
could rocket beyond earth The ruling of the International Britain’s financial troubles came Mr. Braino’ over (3 wR . ndrei Gromyko was_ rendered
i A . . sritatn’s ancial troubles came r raino’s visit. ve Kaesong neutrality | elples ier | are teed
inside 10 or 20 years. Court, invoked by the Foreign ||... fo, top level discussion to-day | ~ Si din leah call vershadudiad the orikinelauveos pless under his gag. The Krem-
Delegates are convinced Office, today urged both Britain) + 4.4, fumetianinie or yr ‘ sting 2 A ‘ ama of the ceasefire talks. Rideway in agent shot his big bolt during
that journeys from earth to and Iran to abstain from any |; § tater ies il Bantorane -| Prem All Quarters : note was handed to the Commur the initial sessions and found him-
other smaller bodies are pos- | 2¢tion, which would prejudice the vee ene eens ie whole ranee| | ist liaison officer at Pan Mun Jon f handcuffed for the first time
sible before the end of the riginal statute Img) the Anglo- | "nit vee world’s problems, T ul W sd | St JN in outpost below Kaesong at NF BOR WAR SDisEnalanns Parties
century, and said if the wor! / Iranian Oil Company [an Arr , ae ; pen penis. ruinan orric C | pm. on Thursday half an hou A iad Seer EY. OF hate Dean
concentrated on the problem The spokesman made it cleat E Ms Galtaney British Chan- \] after it was broadcast by Alliec fon tenn down the United
it ld be ved h that “anv..action by the Tranian cellor of the Exchequer arranged | ( Wwe ‘r Kunsas F lodds || ut : Saati , at delegation was surprised
poe A, . SOhVome res authorities. fer the)removal of talk with Treasury Secretary, | Ny ‘ “ It seemed apparent that Unite that the Conference was far ahead
—_ ; ; S j A 4 é é f . } . : : nim te
sooner.—U.P. British officials from Abadan, | John Snyder, | KANSAS CITY, Miss our, kL \ Nations negotiators would neve Se peu + C ae States official
would be cone " Pe most) Britsin is having trouble paying ro back to Kaesong for more talks er ear oe be aty would be
erious violation of the Court’s' mounting prices fer goods she; President Truman, wo “The events eae Niches ned on Saturday by all nation
as i “a mour ices sh sik an, rrie: Peck Ss 7 1e events of past week Ridg woent we > Sea a:
N d y t | ruling must import. To-morrow, prelin jnew flood threats in Kansas at By ROBERT VERMILLION . way said, “made it plainly ev Mile A a eer ach cama
; oO Lan e . re d inary United States, British and j|Missouri scheduled a perepnall BKIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 6 lent to me and to the world his surprise and optimism wa
T dB Offer With TQAWMN | French talks will get underway |tour of the danger area still sodden CHINESE TROOPS and Russian made tanks smashed ent Q ie aaah ee ies aie louded| however by pessimism
= to be followed by a session of Big and mudladen from disastrou three le . , f sn’ Panton ent commerence site At MACRO, W r what the Soviets and their
hreatene y Meanwhile it was learned that Three Foreign Ministers on Mon-|torrents of last July these tates inivo are a iva Sn Korea's western iromt IN J inevitably result in additional it. *Communist allies may be prepar-
* Britain had withdrawn its imvita-. day Truman who arrived yesterda) an Qrainous thrust dow n the invasion route toward Seoul.| terruptions of our armistice talks ying for retaliation against their
New Storms tion to Iran to send Air Force Lower echelon experts of the |for a five Gays visit at his home} It is possibly the first move of the awaited all-out Red of. | ne further delays In reaching a” Trough treatment here, Some ex-
. personnel to Britain for training.! three Governments are to meet in |in Independence caiied together] fensive. igreement U.P verts believed Red guns, planes
a The offer to svain Iranian pilots an effort to agree on main point top local and federal flood experts A force of 2.500 Chinese backed up by two full Chines: P. ind tanks might launch a new
MIAMI, Fla. Sept. 6. was made sometime ago, but), postwar ettlement with the|for a ctose-up inspection of the | divisions in the immediate are nd tt dé fs ffensive In Iworea
Two -hurricanes churned th '| withdrawn apparently as-a result! west German Republic.—C.P. low-lying area threatened anew t ree ” Sav cess Sete Ota aviet ‘
vast reaches of the Atlantic of the strained relations resulting . —_ new rising wate: “puppet” troops, a few miles to the west, cut off one Unitex J ¥ C “ill Caught Napping
Wednesday, one new born and!from the oil conflict and the col- i Treamets particularly wathen Stotes unit which was fighting back to United Nations i ca Councilor Ambassador John Foster Dulles
the other two days old and pa*k-|lapse cf the recent Teheran talks lade the mintivmillion dollar feo es night came ry ? hief ‘Treaty architect, told a re-
ing —o 135 mile an . TY aa inti ve CREMATION FOR {r¢ ‘lief programme in action ; Che ittack moved 1 nthe lo Appeal In U.S. ee i i ee aoe
hour winds, ritain’s 0 industry ca a Lid : progress made during ne first
The new storm called “Fox”|that its own oil refinery pro- BRITAIN URGED ‘ POWERFUL BOMB.—A a broad valley west. of Yonchon 1 EK H : 1a Aj 1 day. He figured speeches on the
was spotted 1,700 miles east of|gramme was making rapid pro- oh gil . 2 rful bomb exploded in the doo: | ‘ 35 miles north of Seoul, then swun or urricane 1G, | preaty would not begin before to-
Antigua. It w ‘as the sixth of the)gress, and would Teh tg re: ne ae Ae Bayt ot Wi Ms oe ay dak shop ni at ten Advocate Jamaica oh r the bordering ridge line tot és Marit day. So much progress was made
season, duce the gap caused by the clos- en yaaton, wabour Fy ana University during a studen ‘ East to cut behind allie d fore rem mnTite'\ Manian no, during the morning and afternoon
Grady Norton, chief storm rore- |e of Abadan, \, oo s ra a d semonstr ore opus the oe ee Relief Fund holding the northernmost position | area hha - ‘. sessions that the, evening meeting
caster at the Miami Weather! — .P. ountry anning inister, ncrease in the city trans sport ares.! v ; & . of the United Nations line | : ‘ aa AN IN c reTrool lgateel only 26 minutes.
Bureau, said a steamship “jumped \ urged that Britons be cre- | Di image was light and there were’ Wee tery oid ne Gee oe Ae. DAYS sambuter. colund “hs New York tomorrow as pe Delegates scheduled to speak
the Fox”. near latitude 1.5 north, mated instead of buried no casualties. e . ¥ for . + twice ran the gauntlet of heavy onal representative of Mayor Hill |jast night had to ask for more time
ee i stale 4 || ‘@nventional jgraveyards |}... PURGE.—The. Japanese. Soy" $100 was added the tota . ' x ; whe has requested him to make «/peeause they were caught unpre-
gitude 37.5 ~vrest or abou “ SOVIET 4 ee 1 pe which still creeps towards Communist fire to reach the § ur wy :
7 2,200 miles east southeast of TASS “IS | ten up ie en ee {ernment used a_ political purge the $10,000 mark rounded outfit and bring back national appeal to the Unitec [pared rhe pace surprigéd the
% Miami. It was reported moving ” “Urgent claims for housing jagainst the Japan Communist Wie nh ea ; wounded. The attack was th fr , {States for material assistance t |Russlans too Gromyko forecast
west northwestward at 15 miles PROPAGANDA AGENCY industry, schools, playing |/Party for the second time in 15 The need of the sufferers by the eighth side of the auiot|mulferers of the recent Jamai 1© would be here one month, but
; ; ; fields ai xther ope paces lie | ae is just as great as on the y f c { the qu ; : i sha slegation
an hour with winds probably of 1e and other open spaces months Thursday to knock off it : disaster i member of the Soviet delegatior
: “i 75 Nes’ 4 V IGTON, S 3, |] make it more than evex ‘ ” Beacutive C . futeful Friday when the |/western front since be ne truc ‘ sht with sincerity
4 hurricane force (75 miles an WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, var junior” Executive Committee and : ; ltalks begs Jul r aid last nigh 1 ;
| hour). The Standing Committee of the urgent that bodies should be leave the orfanization outwardly hurricane laid Jamaica low i yegan on July ed he al Nethersole will appeal for hel) | "There is a good chance of end-
: While this was being checked Congressional Press Galleries cremated rather than buriec party with o heen The people are struggling to ck ubsided to exchange ‘ ‘ sonal ie ng the Conference on Saturday if
a hurricane hunting plane loc at-(handed Justice and State Depart- in space that can be .of “MEW TIMES” CHARGES straighten matters out, even mali-arms fire when darknesi|eontributions obtained will b. | Acheson is in the Chair,” Achesot
: ed number five named “Easy”|ments charges that the Russian much use to the living.” The tenent "United Bintan before rebuilding start came, but a United Nations officer | donated to the Governor’s Hurri there
: and found winds about 135 miles|News Agency Tass is “a propa- UP. erg oo inineadln Mack "Bre 1 i CAN YOU HELP THEM? aid the Red assault could beloane Relief Fur Announcing tl The United States delegation to
an hour at the centre with gale*lganda and _ intelligence agency nai? ae. to. fuissiand Gi e a it hort > renewed at any moment le Vay Hi! tw Japanese Peace Conf oh
extending outward 80 miles at 6) the Soviet Government.”—U.P.| ieliberately caleulated to advice, but give at all costs || No General Result he éived personal ‘it held an early morning strategy
p.m. (EDT). sat vate rediege t} is applicable in every case | He said Chinese reinforcemeni>|yo to the Unite 1 States t meeting on Thursday to speed the
; a vl one deceive the Scviet people and the of this sort. | : cee = k rt ited Sta o signing of the Treaty, as Egypt and
Confused reports made Id.” the current issue of Hand in your donation to apparently were waiting to fin ve witness account of th } Phil repared to yoice
definite fix on the hurricane > ; Bere et at a 1 . athe lout £ a spearhead foree found Moe ae , the Philippines preparec vO
impossible but the Miami CW ri is 1 roac h- in magazine New Time day, Send to either bank, or | \ oo, Sot pe United Nation ries , ee ee cee ecervations on the Pact.—-U.P.
Weather Bureau estimated it t | . sii direct to the office of this He ssaivm ceil Da ; en. MASE Os Jamaica at
be about 700 miles east north-| | WIL. L BE ABSENT newspaper. It will be ack- {! cribed the action as a “heavy |West Indians as well ¢ s
phat of San ee Puerto Rico} ™” e nno need Thursday she will ’ nowledged next day. [ee en ee ittae) 10 f erilleans to assist in Jamai t The “ADVOCA T E
BRD Wrote take Mash th r go T ttend Cyprus health conference The challenge cannot go || °30""' covers
and moving west or westnorth- | CG EK t 1 €e V \ 3 e ‘ g i sha seks Glas ales clin Lease el f NEWS
west at 20 miles an hour. t jf ad \because Israel will be. prese unnoticed. Bee? ‘ ce i tw 20 mi Nethersole will tour the b pays or
or inte I.N é Is : 4 mount previous) of the Ceasetire Conferen elt i e United State te
Wea‘her Bureau officials em-| ; U.N, R ESPONSIBLI \ sas previous iad ae , ai ; | es in the Unite State *
vhasized both Atlantic distur-| eles Bie 3 Talks Epyptians hunger-strikin «for aidknowledged 88,06 [city of vesong. Just 13 miles nors!. hy several organisations which at Dial 3113
bances were too far away tl After Was ungton iZ a © abrogation of the 1936_ Angie Mr. & ft {Of thar city o ) povit uppe already soliciting help in the forr Day or Night
threaten any land = areas at! | Egyptian treaty said Thursd D, L. Joh , jtroops were poised in the area © lof money, food and medicine. H y
yresent. ‘ . {that the United Nations was res We 00 }Kumchon in a position to mo will be away for three weel Mle
' (CP), | By W. A. THALER | sponsible for their lives a. , 00 ;either south to a parallel Chine
} LONDON, Sept. 6. | NEW PACT—The United State Anon x drive or east to join them 89999 GGG5GGGG9OG9D SIO POO OOP OPO SO OPO S PROSE T PPO
[ ‘ c 1,00
\ A new British approach to the Egyptian Government] and Portugal have signed’ a pact 1.00 Allied troops rushed across t | %
7 yf’ : 5 : 20 “t over » 1936 T reaty, ap- | over U.S. defence bases i the k tin 6.00 {| Imjin River to meet the Com-|)¢@
T.U.C. Moves For! ss 4 alee S a Se ce nana Conte rence of Big Pubes ‘ 6.00 J+ munist attack and apparently 1X
eare is Oy LOROW UAC NEW RIFLE—Beigium toda; NL. Bi 240 |! checked + the spearhead, bu |&
Higher Wages Three Western Foreign Ministers later this month. Offi-| gemonstrated her new .280 4 Mociogs 100 1! ground troops saw. two Russin |@
8 cials dismissed the suggestion that the Foreign Secretary,| matic rifle before N.A.T.O. repre- E oo) Nt 34 tank ith Chin %
a Sept. 6. Herbert Morrison, would send new proposals to Cairo, be- | sentatives and rs from me, OMe wl air observers spotted eigit others | % ° e e
The rades nion Congress sre le : many nations. P. Canadian Bank of Coramerce ind a briefing office at x
moved Thursday for higher fore leaving for the United See, on te 9 atte Face pais MAC. 00 fect gata SRAtnid is th |%
wages for British workers but _ } . ; i ‘ : “A ‘ Barclay's Bank (D.C, & 0) mata hrs rea tevin 3
‘ : A a nand WwW he United State > r. & M R. S.H 10.00 ‘ i ‘
pais H ent e i xt WORLD'S FIRST thinks about the future defence of Reds Halt Parcel & e threat to United I %
ease e inflationary strain on " Pr t Sar 20.01 4
Ld u Aw he entire Middle roo on the line cy %,
the nation’s rearmament burdenea Pact revion. and Shi yments From | ; a ‘4 >
t region, an Total 68.99 o officer iid the ener %
economy. ’ | y te \ extent | “ E , tach orderly and m »
Delegates for Britain’s ne Wi! ATOMIC PLANE he is ready. t - por ; s | - pa 1 HM ~ 1%
8,000,000 union members defeat bael Britain Berlin To W esl | . 1 4 it fkt a 1 j x
the Communist supported notior pees rn vera rie sa talen tas | Wha: re ‘ called i ju 1 la i 12
specifically dec lar ing further w age WASHINGTON, edditior | ; fs P | BERLIN, Se 6 ' 5 ye pulic 5 Boye oll | ratior , U.P | % 0
raises essential and demandin e world’s first atomic plane sponsibilities Allied officials disclosed that the ® ‘ Satan 1
they come out of profit ~ ul ales it that may dwarf the|§ Morrison is to} Soviet ve irtually halted} Oil Uliimatum | N. Atlantic Ty reg uly $
lied Government was to blame ‘ a ; uy Rarmar , nost t j
and mi defeated 5,284,000 votes B36 bomber is now taking shape|g seek ota he ee : ae : Be “lit We | Ve i¢ ‘tir 1% World-famo
to 2,199,000. At the same tim cn the drawing boards of con- Angin - re ieee, Lom 7 id that for the last fe i Body T Oo Meet Soon ; %
pushed ‘rou fgh the resolu tion lidated Vultee engireers at Fort policies, ‘dartnk month the Soviet rdered fr EHERAN, Sept. 6 | {
calling for more effective price We r Texas, Authoritative the forth . aoune tee detached {ror nte | It opponent of Prerai OrtAWwA, S« & r
and profit control and removal cf|sources said that Convair w aticlaeone ape one reine art asia Ber in| Mo nace ” in ; “poli ger lod + ie arti . 1 aealerametin 4 % ANd 0.
purchase. taxes from house hold | picted last February to challen fore committing] whe 1e trait arrived at | as an , tw Britain in the oi! of the North Atlantic i \
stems.—U.P. a the undertaking and that himself on new] East-West border. Some 600 tor diet uie ored a decisis ele Organizatior ill get. underwi 1%
a pre pees pee is under- Ba oposals to jot parcel post have been ba: Jin the Majli (Parliamen ), when|cn September 14, with a mec 19
Vesigns ar ar enougao airo, accordin ggec n » 1° ¢ >t < ot he mi 1, ++ " MAT ' : vy v
TO- RAY’ swraThER:! ) to require close Coe lo informe Bet “4 Be in e deputies boycotted 1 lof 1 Cour Deputi % Cape
‘ . rs 1 ‘ n , € é , a , anada a jamen pu ain
CHART opel m between the Convait nome Motcieen sOurce ae a 0 to 5 of eae elie ae aero Mos degt Ci p ne t bulidir g
S General Electric Company which| fficials made it clear that Brit- pene Os VEa ae ” natu , i\The meeting of the permane
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. ; ij ai ; . weekly for s ment to t two and half hour del i rrie tion i being chedulec | % ; ee ;
en: 6 ke and has been working on an atomic| 4in does not consider current con- | Weekly for shipment to ets " ee ot called of hecace thé (eatin is (being | sone t®. HAVE. GRACED THE TABLES. OF ROYALTY AND §
Sunset: 6.50 p.m. ‘ 8 engine for the Atomic Ene rgy| tacts with Cairo, on this issue, to | 0" ials said that the Sovic ‘ fai! jone da ead the opening of 16 :
go ag Quarter, SeP- | /Commi-sion. After five years of| be te rminated Contrarily, ‘she |#@te Bering vith the shij necess vite regul teronce, 2, permis | 1% NAPOLEON BONAPARTE FOUND PLEASURE IN x
em S. * ” meaTt | Wants a full-scale resumption everal mont ago, but ‘ : 2 ( cil oO the final det &
preliminary ieseerch, top atomic * umption of | Crowe ipporting Govern | { ee . .
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. ae nd aircraas’ éxbelts bee convince | the talks, and she may have some- |}@st_ few weeks has intensiied ft asiedad High Tide: 7.59 a.m., 7.45 that the wiade canbe built i nise new to offer 1en she ha tt eis che ckir campaign, ond Majlis and jéered at few Opposi- |mecting % : ; ene eee ; : *
p.m. t ill be capable of fly ,| esta jlished the United States jat-| virtually broug shipment Al tion depucie eee. caliyee , ¢ e ‘ ( ( iid t st Write nd pe nalitie FRANCE, ENGLAND an x
Low Tide: 1.45 a.m. 105 n } und the world at : dl E eee d ati se mente nM ranges. Tod eae ntiPwelve Opposition deputies later the < tative of the perman- %& elsewhere have long since recognised the rt f the WINES %
p.m. incredible speed, by 1955 , dle Ea tern defence policy \< maha ge agp the Ru an were reported to have submitt ‘ ec t from a yndor 3 vere i gn re vil € \ g
(tp : ‘ ponsored erman move lols yecial letter to Majlis speaker ,»e*xpected Ott 1 his wee % RY UCED IN SOUT AFRICA.’ *
(U.P.) | d Midate Kastern Policy if lockade the divided he vation th 2 that ae in , to threats |Other officials of the organizatio x Fae OTH ATRICA 3
tain’s I c cas "n ] ad ¢ . + ] > mney : . * . , . ce ‘ . ' . *
: one -SUrreare Mi tae i| Re planted a heavy x on alilpby Government and Government | and sidvance rep. entativ $ x There was CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, the famous French x
? E, lb eyt's ica Min reat fror vehicle ing tne ly - upporters thes will not attend |the top men of the Wester o oet who compared the delicacy of Cape Wines with the kisses oN
} Din’ ae on inister, Salah bh) al highway be en Berlinithe Majlis ession in futureiD ri cle vho Ul attend th $ and caresses of his beloved JANE AUSTIN, the English Novel- 8
Treat by Ut Bellehe fake to cde) [and the West a ‘few ‘days ago ni steps are taken o,conference, will arrive later % ist who in ‘SENSE AND SENSIBILITY’ has one of her charac- %
IL FOR SCANDINAVIA |): cass son ssa Sores LP. Tremeve such threats—U.P. 6a eee ee eee eae eet
re Sue an: zone agree to} is ‘ w , } 1a
ith euanitistill Gf the Gate dade, ' ; % the finest ‘CONSTAD TIA WINE (A Cape Wine famous in the &
the Egyptian crown a @ 19tl ‘ that er tasted so I have brought a glag »
th yptis rowr . 5 * ! r MI r husband, he for he was of it ¥
LONDON, Sept. 6 ‘with Denmark which is in the At- Official quarters are aware of | 7 y x Ty they t t d was of it x
A flotilla of British sul e lantic Pact and eden which this danger, but. continue to” hope | % t ; olick A Mi 5. id that i *
sailed for Scandinavia urrday |no Military urces added that |that political realism will in the vd A x t { the t ish i AP \OLEON BON- }
to demon e that big Western |the cruise was also intended to re- }end avert such a dras decisior % ; Fe Sind a f ry NST ANTIA WINE %
powers have not writte off the jassure anv doubters in West or | which. accordir to tish politi- @ APANI I iT ¢ re m a CO x
Baltic as a “Soviet lake It ll! Fact that bie Western powers con- |cal and military quarters, would xt f of t Comt el CAS sent the Emperor a con- %
be the first sortie into the Baltic | sider the Baltic a free sea, and not |have no practical effects | A f ‘ ST. HELENA and it told that in XS
by British or American submar-!a “Soviet lake.» These sour Britain would not recognize the 1% ! . : , iInnbie to sw nyMinge, k
ines sin World War IT, and the | said ussia apparently hope t ilateral tbrogation of the Treat» ix IME OF LOS CASES W INE rHIS %
first official call at a Baltic ort | make the Baltic it wn lake. Sheland would consequently not hold GEORGETOW? Se workable acceptable and wi r ) 1 ik } ACED THE TABLES OF QUEEN VICTORIA, &
by 1 Britist sub since before ;concentrated in t large |her lf bound to withdraw he Britist G nt A reason to both partie ~*~ ¢ erate % ( KING LOUIS, PHILLIPE OF FRANCE AND x
“g face | I 2 + lew fleet. ret sh ily ec y yf € Bin do Gritish diplomats t wr i m ote M John € ho they ( ery 1s 1 ( Ire CH CELLOR $
irfs vessels of yoth atior eligt cr s¢ i i i y e seriou i c , thre ‘ oO he he mi I i ‘
paid courtesy calls at Balti ts | many submar : ence re- emanating unofficially from ( rbitr Bo B et J hen 1% f LET MINE BE WINE R, DeB r *
I s orts t ts ¢ tithat Egypt : e-fr te ‘ ; i? & %
Lond Balt ; th faa Brita nei t A Shenfic . ' ; yr . I ; % WINE AND SPIRIT %
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‘HE Local Branch of the Em-
pire Parliamentary Associa-
ion gave a Cocktail Party at the
Marine Hotel last night.ia jJonour
of Mr. Bernard PBrtingthayyisit
ing M.P :
Hi Excellency the Governor
and members of both Houses of
the Legislature attended.
Mr. Braine is also secretary of
the West Indies Committee of the
Conservative Party.

Gold Engineer

R. STEPHEN SKELCHY has

returned to B,G. after a short
ncliday in Barbados, his second in
wo years. Stephen who was bori
in Malaya is a mining engineer
who works with a gold mine some
150 miles inside B.G.’s ‘hinter-
land,’ He left on Wednesday eve-
ning by B.W.1.A. During his stay
here he was a guest at the Hast-
ings Hotel.

Social Evening

HE Barbados Extra-Mural

Association of the University

College of the West Indies are

having a Social Evening at

Queen’s College to-morrow night
at 8 o’clock.

I cannot find out what the party

is all about but from all account

it should be a good evening's fun

Chief Accounfant

T present holidaying in Bar-
4 bados are Mr. and Mrs. David
Logan and their three children.
Mr. Logan is Chief Accountant at
Kwakwani Bauxite Co., British
Guiana. They are guests at the
Ocein View Hotel.

Another visitor from BG. hol-
idaying here at the moment is
Mrs. James Bee, whose late hus-
band was a former manger of

Albion Pin.
At The Museum

OGETHER with the Exhibi-
tion of photographs taken by
the Barbados Camera Club, which
opens at the Museum to-morrow
there is also an exhibition of
Roman Britain arranged by Mr.
Guy T. Barton, M.A. Mr. Barton
is a keen archaeologist, and this
hobby has been responsible for his
visiting many of the important
Roman sites in Britain, He has
arranged the exhibition to illus-
trate the main features of the
Roman occupation of Britain.
There are many outstanding
photographs of local interest in
the Camera Club's Exhibition,
which it is to be hoped will be-
come an annual event.



THE ADVENTURES





T
c

MR. E. R. L. WARD
—a new appointment.

New Appointment
MoM“ E. R. L. WARD, Second

Puisne Judge, British Guiana
has been appointed Puisne Judg:
in Trinidad. In 1944 he wis
Judge of the Assistant Tourt of
Appeal in Barbados

Leaving To-day

EV. and Mrs. Ivor Jones and

their three children who have

been holidaying in Barbados since

July 25th are due to return to

Tobago to-day. T’gey will fly via
Trinidad by B.W.LA.

Rev Jones is Princival of
Bishop’s High School in Tobago.

Mrs. Jones is the former Anna
Sealy daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
T. E. Sealy of Worthing, with

whom they were staying

Studying Medicine

contributed by West Indians.”

graduate in
Ccllege, London University, writes
short stories and has contributed
to the
Union magazine.

West Indian students. He enjoyed
werking in the Colonial Office, he
says but
work.

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M" W A RICHARDSON, |
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showing great keen- |
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broadcast talks etc. In fact, he
said, “quite a substantial part of
the items in our programme are

Britain are

honours
King’s

Mr. Richardson, an
English of

West Indian Students’

Before taking up his present
appointment at the B.B.C, last
nonth, he was Assistant liaison
ficer at the Colonial Office for

prefers broadcasting

Bailey Celebration
ACDONALD BAILEY’S re-

equalling the world’s record for
the 220 yards flat race has thrilled
his compatriots in London. To
honour the occasion, a group of
‘Nest Indians held a party last
week in one of the city’s night
clubs.

Health Reasons

R. H. O. EMTAGE flew to

Trinidad on Wednesday eve-
ning by B.W.1.A. on his way to
the U.S. for health reasons, He}
was accompanied by his son Dr.
George Emtage.

Antigua and Jamaica |

M*. B. A. T. WILLIAMS, re-
tired Ccmptroller of

toms, returned from Antigua by

Cus- | star,

et tli a i i i i A

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Linda Darnell Tells |
Of Jca Hurricane

(kiom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Sept. 5,
Linda Darnell, Hollywood film
will describe some of the}

scenes she saw in Jamaica's

R. MICHAEL GODDARD, son B.W.LA, yesterday evening after |hurricane last month when she |

of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. God-
dard of “Heathfield”, Pine Hill
expects to leave to-day by the
Student for England. He is study-
ing medicine at Sydney Sussex
College, Cambridge. He 1s now
beginning his second year.

Back To Guadeloupe
RS. ARMAND ROBIN ac-
companied by her daughter

Andre and her grand-daughter
are due to return to Guadeloupe
to-day by B.W.1LA. after about
three weeks’ holiday in Barbados.

OF

paying a visit to his daughter Mrs. |
Joyce McGuire. |

Mr. Williams who left the island
about a month ago also paid a
visit to Jamaica looking up many
of his old friends.

Incidental Infelligence

appears in “In Town Tonight” on:
the BBC on Saturday, Stage and|
screen stars Noel Coward and|
Terence Rattigan will be among
those meeting at the West India
Committee on Monday to discuss}
a special show they are planning}
for the hurricane relief fund,

EEK little mar: to doctor: “T ATOM-AGE SHIP WILL

think what's really bother-
ing me is a pain in the neck. But
I don’t suppose there's anything
I can do about her.” — Hank
Ketcham in Collier's.
—L.E.S.



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Coovricht . P.101 Var Dias Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber

A MAN who has been trying
for three years to obtain the nose-
print of a grasshopper succeeded
yesterday. This opens up—But one
moment! I am not at all sure
what it does open up.

If it is found that no two nose-
prints of grasshoppers are identi-

CROSS

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Actus

i Just « Whisper pnat relations are
Upeet at the nish (7)
(orem Chat band y (5)
, “‘esiand bird that star®
mene (4)
U when a Qurse Dreaks reins, (7)
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> Hold up (4)

6 Meet with sobs. (8)

7 In the pussyImot you'll find, (4)
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21 Company reel for an Indian, (6)
” Unioured (4)
23 Smati in the street. (6)
Down

1 is an thinuer at tea? (6)

2 tt 1 nu importance. (9)

as | 1 +6)

4 Lurie male at Christmas time, (@)
> Prurt (6)

6 A tarked cara. (6)

| ime to lend in,

—o

(6)
ruund iegs could be, (7)
ts a puloter, (6)
Made from dust. i
in one enemy it ts rn.
“Tis a return to ease. (

+ (3)
3)

' of yesterday's puzsle.—Acrosst

‘ie. 4 and & Down, Cornflowers;

ieiesis, t, Unrealy 12, ATS; 18,

wD 14 ata, 15, Ul 16 Lean

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Gradient: 7, Nestle; 8,

@ Across: 11. Nailing: 2



b

eal, then the filing and classifica-
tion can begin. If they are all the
same, then he who has seen onc
has seen them all. Anyhow, the
noseprint of a grasshopper is so
small that the ordinary man, going
about his daily work or pleasure,
need not pay over much attention
to it
ENTER U Nevah
mese tronmonger.
The Hidden
Rhinoceros (V)
HOW were the secret police of
Budapest to connect that body of
1 dead man found in the cellar of
a cafe-proprietor of Andrassy-
street, with the comings and go-
ings of Spittin-el-Khuspidor, the
swarthy Arab agent?
Prodnose : Well, how were they
to? And what deaq man?
Myself: You really must not
barge into the story like this.
It makes the whole thing absurd.
Leave me to answer my own ques-
tions in my own time.
Prodnose: One would like to
be sure that you have a logical
story prepared, You seem to
me to be writing this as you go





No, a Bur-



HOLD YOUR BREATH

along. It is developing very slowly,
and, so far, I have understood
hardly anything of it, What about
the rhinoceros in the title?

Myself; There you go! Can't
you see that we have quite enough
characters in play at present
without bringing in an animal?
Besides, the rhinoceros is hidden,
as the title says. Please withhold
your criticisms until the story is
finished, Suppose every writer had
an oaf hanging over his shoulder
and arguing with him, The whole
business would become impos-
sible,

Prodnose ; Very well. I accept
your explanation. Pray go ahead.

Give Suet Time

F Charlie Suet’s Co-ordinating

Fuel Committee, at its first

few sessions in October, can decide
what subjects to place on the
agenda for the December meetings,
it is thought that by June 1952
the Committee may be in a posi-
tion to start inquiring into the
causes of this winter's crisis. In
the higher ranks of the Civil
Service there is a proverb which
says: “Give Suet time, and there's
nothing he can do.”



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







Hundreds Of Children Turned Away

By B.G.

Primary

Schools

(From Our Own Correspondent)

_GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4,

Parents and children in tears, as well as parents with
clenched fists, stormed primary-schools and the Education

Department on Monday as
fused admission, the first da

hundreds of children were re-
y of the new school year.

Headteachers, when challenged, displayed a “must not”

circular issued by the Edu
date, August 27, 1951, notif

af,

cation Department, under the
ying them that they were not

allowed to exceed the accommodation as provided ‘by the

1940 Education Code.

BG. Suffering
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Of Charcoal




(From Our Own Corr
GEORGETOWN, Sept, 4
While local housewives find it

hard to get charcoal for domestic
uses, the export trade to Barba-
dos and the United Kingdom is
increasing rapidly.

Hon. John Fernandes, manu-
facturer of “Jofer” Charcoal, and
the largest producer, explained
that while the Government con-
trolled the local price, the export





price was not controlled There
was no. shortage in the true
sénse, but producers cannot sell
at prevailing prices to the loc
market. The last time

went up Wason June 5

The price was then 64c. a bag,

and it was raised to $1.44 per bag

Some months ago, prodtcer
approached the Controller,of Sup-
plies and Prices asking for a
better price, but they are always
being informed*that the matter is
still engaging ‘the attention of the
Government,

Mr. Fernandes, pointed out that
his employees were given an
increase of 20% on wages as from
May «ft, 1951, because of the rise
in the cost of living, but the priée
of charcoal for local use remains
at $1.44 per bag. Charcoal deal-
ers, he maintained, cannot sell at
the control] price and retain thei
employees. Charcoal is produced
by anyone, small or big, And
even the small producer cannot







afford to make a living at the
control price. ‘We cannot go on
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_ desert, like up-to-date men :

The Cireular reads: ‘“Head-
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chools erected before 1940 must

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dren under sixyears of age. As
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years. - .
Monday’s: Demonstrations
Mepday’s di mg have
never before be
Colony during
mary education
Parents as
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is ‘ant effort to enfére
system intowthe Educat ystem,
The: Education Department
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system, and the clause “unti)
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excess to schools which have
more space, but parents fear
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Georgetown Gets
Safe ‘Pipe Water’

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4.



Dr. B. B. G. Nehaul, Govern-
ment Bacteriologist has given the
Pc le Water Supply Scheme a



s certificate, and arrange-
ments are being made for form-
aily declaring the Scheme open
some time this month.

Dr. Nehaul carried out bacterio-
logical examinations of the water
for a period of five months, and in
his report to the Commissioners,
the results have indicated a con-
sistently high standard.

Recent daily samples have
shown no evidence- ef -peHtution,
He declared the water as safe for

drinking. Daily tests, however,
would.be carried on
With a pure water supply

scheme in operation, the Govern-
ment will shortly condemn the old
system of storing rain water in
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Grenada Action
Committee Open
lection Campaign

bom Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, Sept. 4.

Spearheaded by T. A. Marry-
show, Grenada’s Action Commit-
tee last night fired their first

election salvo in the capital draw-
ing a rival crowd of M.M.W.U.
dimensions despite Gairy’s sug-
gestion last week that the people
do not attend lest there be booing
and arrest

.

Marryshéw.. exploded Gairy’s
propaganda ‘Tine that the Action
Committee represented capitalists.
Candidates it supported were
largely labourites of the Grenada
Workers Union with the excep-
tion of Hon, Noble Smith whose
record in the ptbiic service was
unaffected by his possessions and



his sympathies were always
Labour.
Marryshow said he differed

strongly with certain members of
the Action Committee on various
matters, but when Grenada’s
reputation is at stake, its economy
endangered and true trade union
principles violated he stood firmly
beside all persons of goodwill
prepared to end the evil trend.

He confessed that on
return to Grenada he was pre-
pared to work beside him
saw the big chance he had to do
great good but after this experi-
ences during the sugar belt strike

Gairy's

which preceded the last general
strike he withdrew from the
Association because of his dis-
taste of the unconstitutional pro-
cedure to achieve aims—sugges-
tions of looting and violence.

He never thought the day
would come when Grenadian
would contribute money to an

organisation not questioning its
keeping or its use fearing to say

moo, and seeing their associate
jailed without an effort in their
defence and without asking “where
has the money gone?”

The. Action Committee would
go to every part of the island
withotit . fear of molestation

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COCOA EXPERIMENTS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4,

The preparation of a cocoa nursery, a pre-requisite for
extens've experiments to prove whether or not cocoa can be

produced in British Guiana on an economic scale, ij

S al pre-

sent under*way at the back of the Botanical Gardens. The

plot will cover an

the Colony,

“Stay-in-Strike”
Reviewed

LONDON
Reviewing the welfare of Colo-

nial stents in Britain, a “New
Comm vealth” editorial com-
ments on the power of the Direc
tor of Colonial Scholars and th:
Status of Colonial Office liaisor
officers in charge of Colonial

students

The subject is raigea in connec
on with the letter sent in J@y by
the Director of Colonial Seholat
to scholarship holders coneerned

in the “stay-in strike” at Han
Crescent “New Commonwealth
observes; “Mr, Keith may have

the right to use this fogn of per-
suasion, but it may be aSketl
whether it is fair to him, and con-
ducive to good relations with the
students, to place a United King-
dom Government official, even on
the authority of Colonial legisla-
tures, in the position of appearing
to exert an arbitrary direction
over the careers of scholarship
holders “i
Officers’ Status

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he status of liaison officers as “ins
determinate” and their relation«
ship vis-a-vis the British Council
as not “of a kind readily explain.

observer or the

t

able to the

comer
Despite the

nial Office

wealth

new-

efforts of the Colo-
the “New Common-«
points out, the enigma of
Colonial students in Britain re-
mains unsolved and suggests that
“the clarification of the position of
various agents employed on stu-
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the pinch will become “desperate’

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Raw Material Sources

LONDON, it t.
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= . =
to meet here next
Technical Education (ooo ee.
i and vanufactured gods
THE need for technical education on a 7 are expected to give ® good
dezi of thought to the yee ibility
broad scale was emphasised by the discus- | ¢y alcutas eae catteee Se
sion raised in the Chamber of Commerce ef raw materials in the Common-
: weath to obviate the need te
during the week, and the suggestion made | yee eee these van Se °
that a beginning should be made at riais from the dollar area ana
“ : : her , ‘urreney count:
Combermere School will find general | ©" ard currency countri
support A few months ago thi righit
Ther: ll i t i have been considered cesivable
nere is still a disposition to postpone any sim} for the sake of the cx-
decision on the establishment of a technical err defence
i I but since then a new
school because of the cost. There can only | \¢ con for ur ney has a sonia
be one answer to this sophistry. If technical | Tie shift im the terms cf trade
: os q - “Vs eee egainst the United Kingdom, fol-
education is to equip people in this island lowed by a recession in the price
for posts for which they are not now quali- of many sterling area commodi-
field, and if it will tend to lessen unemploy- oe 2 ee rego ae Tine of
ment and to assist in industrialisation then gold and dollars resulting from

its benefits cannot be measured in terms of
money. It is not to be argued however that
public funds must be spent irrespective of
the cost of the scheme. The money spent on
technical edi:cation is not an investment, it
is expenditure which will yield handsome
returns.

technical
schools in this island is being pressed upon

The necessity for establishing
us from two separate and distinct sets of
circumstances. I't must be clear to every-
one who takes any interest in the general
standard of living and work the
standard of artisans has seriously deterior-
ated and that the number of
workmen is not large enough to replace
those who are going out.

The bursary system the
Government but
because it suffers from limitations, both in
scope and finance, touches only the fringe
of the problem. With the limited number
trained under this system the deterioration
cannot be arrested.

that

young

instituted by

renders good service,

In the second place, it is obvious now that
many people who send their children to
secondary schools, do so, not because they
are mentally equipped to make the fullest
use of the educational facilities or because
they intend to pursue a scholastic career to
the university, but because they believe
that attendance at a secondary school for a
period of years is the only way of securing
a job of a higher social status. It is not
farfetched to say that education in this
island has been allowed the wrong bias and
the doctrine of the dignity of labour has
been lost. Its place has been taken by a
mistaken snobbery attached to the open
sesame of certificates rather than the real
value of education.

The establishment of a technical school
at Combermere would reduce the pressure
on many of the secondary schools because
pupils who now scramble at school certifi-
cates until they’ are 18 or 19 years of age
would at the stage of 11 plus, begin their
technical education and in five years would
be equipped for some well paid post, This
would also provide the island with techni-
cally trained personnel to fill the jobs for
cally trained personnel to fill not only
those jobs for which others are now im-
ported, but also the posts which would
become available in the event of industria-
lisation,

It is not enough to invite people to
establish industries in this island merely
because there is a plentiful supply of cheap
labour. It should be our boast that when in-
dustries are established labour of any kind
as well as the technical knowledge can be




















of rubber, tin, anna

to a stop; and ur

the high prices
wool, has come

need to go on importing large
quantities of American raw mate-
rials will undoubtedly becor



on our reserves,








increasing drain
This drain mz be accelerated if
we are deprived of the product
of the Abadan refinery and have
to spend more dollars on oil.
Under the pressure of combined
raw material and dollar shortage,
the ministers vill undoubtedly
examine the possibility of solving
these problen la iv that has
met with some success in the past
In short, they will comb the Com-
monwealth for new sources of
supply. But in so doing they may
be exposing the sterling area to
1 new set of problems for the
future through the distortion of

the normal pattern of trade.



These dangers are discussed by
Political and Economic Planning
an independent research organi-
sation, in a recent report on the
sterling area’s policy and pros-
pects.

The first danger, according to
P.E.P., lies in the encouragement
of new industries and raw material
supplies which, if more free
trading were to become possible,
would prove uneconomic This,
it says, is the basic weakness of
our oft-proclaimed uce in
“developing alternative source:

of supply” in the sterling area.

As an example, P.E.P. cites the
case of the setting uv of a motor
industry (both for issembling

and full manufacture)
lia.

in Austra-
“There will soon be a grave

danger,” it warns, “that new or
expanded industries in which
there has been much investment
will go bankrupt, or, equally de-

plorable, that present disguised
protection will be regularised,
r

asa

esult of sectional interest or pres-



sure, and that consumers will be
denied non-sterling goods which
they would prefer te huy.”

By

RONALD BOXALL
It admits that there may be an
economic justification for protec-
tion, of whatever kind, on the
“infant industries’ argument -
that new firms should be protected

while they pass through an initia!
period of high costs, provided thay
their costs may be expected to
become competitive in the future.
But the proviso is important, it
adds.

The report goes om : “The pol-
icies governing the groundnut
scheme show how easily govern-
ment-promoted bodies ignore the

long-term economic arguments in
favour of immediate probwems
which may have largely disappear-

ed before their plans come to
fruition. The possibility that the
favour of immediate problems

pound may one day be revalued
upwards should enforce very
great caution’on those responsible
for planning specific dollar-saving
projects.”

The present pound-dollar ex-
change rate has stimulated the
development of alternative sources
of supply within the sterling area.
But P.E.P. argues that it pro-
vides a “natural” incentive only
where there are prospects of pro-
ducing at costs which are strictiy
limited. The same rigorous selec-
tion might be imposea when new

production is promoted by more
“artificial” means, but it is less
likely to be.

P.E.P.’s argument seems to be
based on the assumption that if
the development of new sources
of raw materials in the Common-

wealth were a sound financial and
economic proposition, private en-
terprise would have stepped in
long ago To a certain extent this
may be true, but it is wrong to
suggest that the governments of
the Commonwealth countries
would be fools to rush in where
private enterprise fears to tread.
If that argument were accepted
many of the useful plans that have
been laid since the end of the war
to develop backward areas would
be so much wasted effort.

But, at the same time, it is
obvious that if governments at-
tempt to solve the short-term
problems of supply by sinking
immense sums in the development
of new Commonwealth primary
producing industries that may
prove to be uneconomic when the
supply position becomes easier
they will be running grave risks.
In the present situation any dis-
cussion on whether to embark
upon the large-scale development
of new raw material-producing
industries must begin with certain
necessarily arbitrary assumptions.
If the Commonwealth ministers
are convinced that raw material
shortages are likely to continue
for some years to come, they will
be fully justified in furthering



schemes for developing alternative
sources of supply to supplement
present werid production and also
to slow down the drain on sterling
area dollar reserves. But if, on
the other hand, a consideration
of the stresses and strains of the
world political and economic sit- |
uation leads them to the con-
clusion that scarcities wil! shortly
disappear they will no doubt ex-
ercise the utmost caution

alternative sources of supply.
This will be an extremely diffi-

cult decision to make. At the
moment, many raw materia
markets are still dominated by

American demand, Some prices—
notably those of tin, rubber and
wool—have already receded irom
the high levels reached last
spring, and last month, for the
first time since the outbreak of
war in Korea, United Kingdom
import prices dropped slightly.
But the experience of the tin are
rubber market, where Arnerican
stockpiling purchases have beer
suspended in order to force’ dow:
prices, has been a warning t
other raw material producers
whose recent high earnings have
been largely due to the fantastic-
ally high .evel of American de-
mand. As stockpiles are complet-
ed, a large demand will be with-
drawn and prices will begin to
drop, unless this demand is re
placed—as it may well be—-by
private and government demand
as armament programmes gather
momentum. The raw materia!
outlook is clouded with uncertain-
ties, and it will be greatly to their
credit if the Commonwealth min-
isters are able to make an accurate
forecast of future prospects.

Political and Economic Plan-
ning also question another gener
ally accepted aspect of British
economic policy-—-the dollar ex-
port drive, which, it says, may)
prove neither profitable nor eco-
nomie in the long run.

“The official policy of fostering
dollar exports,” it says, ‘at the
expense of exports to the sterling
area has only recently been ques
tioned in official quarters, and wa:
accepted by Mr. Gaitskell as late
as last June. But it is surely
obvious that it is equally useful
to supply the sterling area with
the goods it was accustomed to
buy from Britain before the war,
as it is to export them to America
and, by doing so, force sterling
area countries to America for their
needs. Both contribute equally to
eliminating the dollar shortage.
When serving the American mar-
ket involves a drastic change in
the style of goods produced, or
requires much heavier marketing
expenditure than would be needed
in supplying the sterling area
(where British firms have long
experience), there can be little
doubt where the true economic
advantage lies.”

ABADAN

Britain will make good this lost of oil—but it will cost us
£10.000.000 (in dollars) a

LOSS of our Persian oil supplies

will not put petrol back on the
ration in Britain,

But motorists who had looked
forward to “pool” being replaced
by petrol of pre-war quality can
forget those hopes

For a time our petrol may be
of even poorer grade than it is
now ind the price may be higher

Breakdown in Persia means the
loss of 25,000,000 tons a year
petrol and other refined oil from
Abadan, plus 7,000,000 tons of
crude oil

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every 17 which the free
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fields—notably from Kuwait, that
parched, pocket-sized sheikdom
which nestles in the north-west
corner of the Persian Gulf.

Five years ago hardly a drop of
cil came out of Kuwait. Last year

produced more than half
much as Persia-—17,000,000 tons.

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on the up and up



as



In Saudi Arabia, which is do-
minated by the Americans output
has shot up to an annual rate of

22,000,000 tons, against 26,000,000
last year. More oil, too, is com-
ing out of Iraq.

It is from these countries—with
maller increases in Bahrein and
Qatar—th&® the oilmen hope to
make good half the loss of Persian
oil.







month
motor in
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Vast New Refineries

But that will be only a tempor-
ary phase. By a stroke of good
fortune the Persian crisis has been
delayed until vast new refineries in
Britain and Western Europe are
coming into operation.

Three years ago only 3,500,000
tons of oil were being refined in
Britain. Then the great oil groups
started on a £125 million building
programme to raise our refinery
capacity to 20,000,000 tons a year—
roughly equal to our present con-
sumption.

Some of those new plants have
already started work. Next month
Mr. Attlee will open the biggest
of them all—the £37,500,000 Esso
refinery at Fawley, on Southamp-
ton Water.

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ws ier, . € cn gains omp Slot are a P= re in ety ‘ rie
Ween iHt differ ca cisenaly be pe RP Feit ts A hon npale os cover for third party claims aris-
might at first sight appear. We Rant ea: Of tae Mee inte anc, ing from personal injury, But car
both desire to see the universal Roy ‘ or tt neh Ce ey % owners, once they are obliged to
ivsurance of motor vehicle: hae : $e Prd vi prey: ae tite Sere insure, will probably insure
iia fant maa ec an the < y oa a : _ ae ay he — against third party claims in
road should carry sufficient finan- : ar ‘1c of id nt cA ae ; owe tty general, including claims arising
ial backing to make certain that, : pt i: an "an ihe "gene a i . sl ‘of from injury to property (which
1. cos eee That een ty gre y 4 ee ag be _ rt a, er evel 0 means as a rule injury to another
a teas ay aes a ae ‘ : te y tnat nings ; 1 mes ance compan- vehicle) In comparing new
rane eee r hi \ r , ¢ = in Fact I repare d to que atq quotations with existing quota-
~ 3 : pre ~ a ap tions one ought to take into ac-
F : VNC free count bot 1 es of policy
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The trai! of the runaway reds leads
Sefton Delmer to the Austro-Hungarian
border. Last night he telephoned from

a timber shack about

How 16 OF Us Escaped:

CAMP WAGNER.
Sixteen men are around me in this little

shack.

One is a grey-bearded old farmer.

on a chair with his head bowed, staring at

in}

the floor.

but for their shorts.
Easily they talk of America, Australia, and ,
the jobs they hope to get.

Tibor here, who is in the army, arrived home
on leave so that he could come with us.” 1%
Zot out together.
specially picked by
chiefs as reliable jailers for the Hungarian |
deople. : |
Their job was to patrol the wire and shoot |
at anyone they found trying to get through. |

“They told
material.”

the others.
silent and stricken with grief.

tragedy. With him were his wife and daugh
ter. the crossing point they were}
discovered.
They became separated as, in the darkness,

each tried to make a break for freedom. |

odds that his wife and daughter would turn
up in this camp, to which all new arrivals
are consigned by the Austrian authorities.
But five days have now gone by and still ||
there is no sign of them.

they decided to get out.
form to those I have had from all the men
I have talked to in the course of this inquiry
—whether they are from Poland, Czechoslo-
vakia, Hungary,

because they
military
prospect of release,
due to become soldiers.
at the beginning of September. |

to be made to fight on behalf of their coun-|
try’s enemies.

ing everywhere, the arms the Russians are}
pouring into our country, the Soviet missions |
who have taken charge of our army.”

serving the enemy. |

er by trade.
from him.

one of the young men said that his farmer-|
father as a punishment for staying out of the |
collectives, was being forced to deliver from
his small-holding so much grain a year as a|
tax that there was not enough left for his}
family to live on.

They have taken off their shirts and are %
standing and lying around, brown and bare |%

hey have all of them within the last weeks, |

sut their way through the 9ft. high haved ‘
wire entangled wall that surrounds Hungary | §
and have

escaped into the British zone of

Austria—and freedom.

THE GUARDS

Five came over together

rom Sopron since May. But we waited till

The two cheerful men in bed over there
They were frontier guards |
Hungary’s Communist|

“We both had our first papers taken out
‘or joining the party,” laughs one of them.



=,

He sits|

The others are all youngsters. Not}
selecting schemes for developing of them is over 25.

Like the old man, | :

Some of them came all by themselves, like| ¢
the tall 20-year-old youth from Budapest| ,
who has a year in Communist prisons behind | 4
aim.

in one party.| ¢
“There were four of us planning to escape | §

us we were good Communist |



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Marko-street prison,
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His father was an ex-

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eastern

provinces, where death by starva-

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“Each time,” he said, “when I helped my

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BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE FIVE



—_—— a. eee

Christ Church Vestry Take Evelyn's Tender [ynasan

When bathing
PLEA FOR REVISION OF WINDOW.BY-THE.SEA your dog... .
ESTIMATES REJECTED ) |

JUST BEFORE the contract was to be signed yesterday
giving Mr, A. Evelyn the work to build a pavilion at Sar-
geant’s Village where the Christ Church Vestry will estab-
lish a playing field, Mr. Evelyn suggested ta, the Vestry that
as prices of materials had risen since he had made out his







Pineapples
Increase VN Se
Fruit Supply

FAIR QUANTITY of pine

ys ry \



+ apples which were broug! 5
; i \
estimates, they should take that into consideration from some of the other West In- \ ;
The Vestry, however, was de- ——— dian islands a few days ago, has t

cided that they had hurried the
matter to prevent that and thoug!

that Mr. Evelyn should have aaa Intercolonial

provision for the cost of

of materials in his . reantee Trade Lulis

to get

6. During the past few months,
there has been a marked lull in
i the trade that Barbados offers
they intercolonial vessels,

made the fruit supply somewha
better than it was last week. Mo
sellers have them in their stoch
along with the moderate amour
of grapefruit and oranges h
are to be had now the season hi

just started use

Peasants of the country wh«
own pear trees have been seliin

cinatede seer aren Sek 1 * "Petmosol’ Soap





{OPP een

The contract y
and Mr. Evelyn
the pevilion bui
His tender of $9,936 was the
which the Vestry had receiy

Mr. Fred Goddard said tl











had taken the possibility “Around this time every year pear tree growing on good soil |
crease in the price of materia there is a fall off in the trade ill bear over 1,500 pe M ; |
into consideration and had there- 2&r schooners and motor vessels peasant from St. Thomas told the ae FOR THES! REASONS — ‘ Tetmosol’ Soap contains

fave dealt with ihe a a ply between Barbados and Advocate yesterday, *'Tetmosol’, a safe yet potent medicament which quickly
peditiously. When they we Gan = tol eae erage With this quantity of local peers kills fleas, lice and other skin pests

esha g the tenders that Ne gana 1 eae nea for! around, most sellers have then The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed,
about the rising ¢ f mater 7 . : : ‘

t among their fruit supply.
was brought ut Chie is the fact that Barbados has « PL

and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-injurious





rh mang season i almost
Wate ors Aen) little intransit cargo at this time SSRATiU aie Wit & few aelluie- atti to both man and domestic animals.
ment funds,” he said, “n yams ne. Saves by these vessels, have some to sell *Tetmosol’ Soap also encourages the growth of a
ae ose aoa t Nhe eeaere Speaking of the trade between There.are a good quantity « healthy, glossy coat
Oo Government for more money



b ‘ E be é é Pp a Mt i sen
Barbados and British Guiana, the inanas on the market at preser

Be : . 7 ‘ '

Saae cae Can cate cine Barnados and British Guiana, the ie x at tite Godson aot ear be TETMOSOL' SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 0Z. TABLETS
ow } a. oe . , re ro ” g ripen ¢ o's
We feel that in doing this you British Guiana now-a-days —an THIS NEW “window-by-the-tea” was recently opened between the Gas Company and the Barbados Ice gin to ripen and land owners ¢ A product of Imperial Chemical (Pharmaceuticals)

should have made provision for jtem which forms the principal Company. Labourers are levelling the spot while a masou plasters the three-foot wall. the country have begun to bring Limited :-

the rising cost of materials.” part of the cargo that schooners hem to town



4 subsichary compar f Imperial Chem I Led.
Mr. C. B. PBrandford iid oh ui y pany pe

wanted + endorse Mr. Godd rd ees Barbados from British HOW THE New “Window By s “9” Near A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbados) Ltd., Agents.

views. At the time they were Jon

4 : “\T ; ~ ° om 16,000 HAS BEEN released | —— —_—__——
sidering the tenders, he had He xplained that British {) | , A\Y k . T k . . | “s > a ij és
ween s thet they i arg ea) Guiana at font ago finished DEANERY Gas or Ss a es s lape the Government for repair cm

with them a ( pe roads damaged by floods. This |) === SSS SN ere

















s soon as possible » reaping her rice crop and is now z ] ry ‘ ct .C . } t )
as to avoid just what Mr. Evelyn rearing a new rice crop, so that \ AS BOUGHI ANOTHER “window-bv-the-sea” is beginnini vas announced 6, the Actin i} : ae
Al o window the é s n g } ’ 1
) HARRISON'S proav sr. |
( ia





to take Financial Secretary yesterday )
had then brought ) schooners can get only a cargo of z 4 + Z tae : né § ‘ ‘
Fe Hu as Re lief firewood and charcoal to bring For the Rectory at Martindale shape. This window is at a spot of land between the Gas The money will be spent to re- |
After d seats o iy f to Barbados. a l ree Company and the Barbados !ce Company at Bay Street, Par dam iged roads in all parts of )
After discussing a lt rom t . : Schoo yermission must be . he : * the islind, but the jorit it ?
ti . ; On Wednesday the schooner ce rmet tw ‘das st iwe ace »>Gas C ~~ 2 u ie majority of )
Acting Colonial Secretary 1ich Timothy AH Va eaetinii ar- Sranted by the present Rector of Hor ei my ' = me ne orage space by the Gas Company vill be needed in St. Andrew \
oF ae Sie te , oe fob Cc i ived from British ‘Guiana with St Michael This Rectory is A high wall which enclosed the spot has now been where damast has been extensive. )})
y to appc a Chair



cnly 500 bags of rice. When the /2@â„¢Miliarly known to Barbadians lowered to about three feet and there is an entrance to the

i au (( ‘
‘ th ricane lief Com-~ 3 ae " sanery i 55 ™ ] " a
ae pie td tet Com vice crop is in swing in British wee ee ry one oo 1953 it ares Ihe land has been levelled. A canal on the south i} RANSOME S
5. th d 1 ‘t Guiana, the Vansluytman and Wl! be eae. OFF side, which leads the water

‘ : g # ; 1 A Be ‘ a ettiide , rom the Bay Land areas into YANON . J. HUTCHINS 5)
the Churchwarden would help see AbNOOIéra De aithfae tonnage A discussion as to making the d lo ¢ " UTCHINSON, )






























: { : x a " } ce eae
after the administering of the jardiy bring under 1,000 bags of Deanery a secondary school took the sea, is now being repaired. The little bridge over this wt formerly Dean of St hael iii FAMOUS
Relief, but that a clerk would this ‘commodity to ‘the island, Place when St. Michael’s Vestry canal has been repaired. Cathedral, hi been appointe NY
have to be employed to cover cor- Some schooners that usually bring eld a meeting earlier this week. At the back of this window the boats on this spot, but a tew idl Archdeacon of Barbados by the {{ “é "
respondence and other such work. rice from British Guiana here It was disclosed that the build- facilities for sea bathing seem still gather there to pl ard Lord Bishop. He succeeded th } ;

The Acting Colonial Secretary have been arriving recently with- ing was vested in the Dean and delightful Neither rocks nor games. ee Arc nano Shankland, {
said that particularly with the out supplies his successors. me were in the surf yesterday lo the south ow the Who has resignec )
experience of Jamaica before the r By an act dated July and even a child would have wall surrounding the Eye Werd x * LAWN
Government, it would be st if Harbour Dues High the St. Michael's Vestry taken a bath without fear has been lowered to about three Boe ey i en
the Vestry could discuss the mat- “It does not pay one to go to authorised to borrow from Gov- Opposite this window is a bit of feet. The other half of the wall ~“ were notified for the month
ter of getting a Chairman of the British Guiana and return to ernment the sum of £2,000 to jand owned by the Housing Board. i: still about five feet high of August, 1851: Enteric Fever 5 MOWERS
Hurricane Relief Committee. Barbados with merely a load of enable them to purchase a eo Formerly the wall surroun the other window-by-the Cuberculosis 6. )

- , ; “e ~ "COs sonage se the sh of St. ¥ ‘i } ’

Mr. Me Kenzie said that he firewood and charcoal, then to sonage house for the pari: this land was broken down by near Mr. Innis residence, E

‘ er g sive « help spend over s ; here dis- Michael. This loan was to be re- : -rossing . low : : j . , COMPLETE WITH
would be willing to give any help Spen Vv 1x s here dis . tal ae , people crossing the Bay Land. N over four small boats were hauled
he could, but he had no time to chars ing it ie é rae ae es yaa sas geet ° ‘ S a the Housing Board has’ lowered ) yesterday, 'Thi the firat ane twee } GRASS-BOX
ook after the great armount ¢ amount of harbour dues that one less than 25 u BS eo oe eS 6this wall to match the one opp dow ot ts or sdestrians will ) :
wt 2s c: len a Hi "4 d a } +} would have to pay during that charge on the rates of the parish. ‘ ; s awe rntoe ; with “Bt F ws ae le e 5 a 7. 7 * ' ‘ Oomac ) 9 "eS 7
correspondenc e had to 8 ek s iabrrek iets Rate: BA The Vestry took this money, site a>¢ an ¢ ance W ter leaving Bridgetown to (i 12° BLADES $38.17
Acting Colonial Secretary that the eee ny. ea ’ a aee oe ™ ’ ’ ha Iso been built. People wt travel elo Bay Street. It is very





noney ) ge ~ freight- and ¢ , Ww ive shillings bs ” :
Vestry were unable to get a cl money he would get for freight nd along with five iilling travel to the’ Bay Estate tia 1 tds

= ae : ing would not justify his making from Rev. Clarke, then Kector < ag ot +h wa } ’ cra 3 vt
since ; there wa 2 lot of COPE" the trip.” of St. Michael, they bought Street will find ha ne : ms th Two Years Hence
spondence and they would n The Captain further pointed Spring Field which was then more i ae ars ar ap a Yv M Pc ho 4 ee med told the
ut that with everybody having standing on one rood 20 perches SiSt those going to th a, el 8 prteloee E : a Anse
5 ees ‘ a al iy prea d , ; grounds to watch cricket. On Advocate:In a year o1 Qo whe!
Mr. Brandiord said that there to take a cargo of firewood and of land. , ‘a ee nc. As I return to Barbados I hope to
were plenty of public spirited men charcoal to Barbados, those com- By a second act, dated March whole this area now or . ' y; a : it 7 tn whieh ‘you
in Christ Church, but they did modities would be arriving in 1 13 the then Rector was tremely attractive and offer 1 all i pening vh



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Mr. Mc Kenzie said he would

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t time until to- a wR oH Se ps a) the discomfort. Modern conditions
y Spring Field has been known A BR a ww & &

which give rise te nervous stress and
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@ Just Arrived! which should not be neglected
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FITTED WITH BACK GUARD ® AIL, |

Rector. From th
willingly get in touch with tl



e A ;
various officers, but that was more or less the limit he intended going Car epalr Many Rectors have alreac

A clerk was definitely necessary






. . > . ee peo} ] cu “WLNdOW by- h “a
not want to work under the con- the island faster than there authorised to sell the forme pleasant look out to sea a tk da ia ceme “td a The 4p ud { (/
ditions that were then prevailing. Would be a demand for them, glebe lands and to use tna »a Filled In be very attractive if the authorities
He would suggest that Mr..Mc thereby making it difficult for money to purehase ether lands, ny np an Wu athads ould’ spend’ & little more mons
beat eu " . eae nttien uh iat 7 h a ras a » bree ater has ! te W a f
Kenzie take over ane saybety in aah eemaey, Sapeenet to get rid to take the place of those sold. ened at the “window” opposite on thon aren ind Bowers Route PLATFORM SCALES
his position as Churchwarden argoes, = ee ares A bat he are be plented and a bandstand couk
wei continue until the Vestry Looking around at the scant Separate weeds the General ea and i sig ; be pee ie at ie one opposite the |
came across some public spirited Careenage, the captain said On November 12, 1853 two sep- is now being filled in” i i 1 » General Hospital to give the ap serpy . :
person a “schooners also find it difficult to arate deeds were made in favour It is expected that a wall wi ‘ ar nk of ARG. Weniarade teat | BEST BRITISH MAKE
A clerk as needed and he #¢t intransit cargo to load for of the Rector of the Parish of St. taken a ee a Pee ah i : = 4 " k patients fromthe vi a -
ite Se ea + as: other ports around this time of Michael and his successors in that be built to the front oB Ne aca, , 7 od an eed vere is no need for you to suffer on shai we Sik viastie svrivee
would ne re a cleris Pore the year and so their captains office, One deed conveyed the 14 ‘stood that this “window” wil} Hospital would be able to hear the | agonising discomfort ‘after meals. TO WEIGH UP TO 10 CWT. WITH 28 Ibs. x 4 ozs.
be employec ey ¢é ed Gov- « ‘ Seracenie ol om 4 } ) resemble the Excplanade music in their war wan the DISMAG * (Bisurated Magnesia) will )
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clerk and did not get it, they would P > aa , ‘8 ing boat owners to haul up their will be actually on the spoi the excess acid in your stomach |

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sis . - 4 “ ye vy alms said that Rev, Clarke, the first & s 2 flatulence due to excess stomach

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Christ Church had been so Judge of the Petty Debt Court of The Advocate was told yester-

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Church had got. pay the costs of the court which I > O in ~d I l ’
Professor Dash had told t} amounted to £1 4/-. Mr. C. W. Be perie 5 10rl y
‘ : : ' : Sumberbat Attorne 4 plain- nt .
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acd , an ‘factry Barrov farrow. accepted the CTMBERE, Suc tO Bnpienien 9 $m) 1.56 60
quartet Yesterday re" Vest i hout Fast and started Prineiple it is proposed to divide se i Sml. |
greed to the pla nd estima bi ithout question and started 4), island into three area Oo ; Ss 5 5.00 » SR
to pay and then stopped ae ¥ Le France Rose Perfume ’ ”
prepared by Mr. H. W. Clar 10F on Ba ani ike wa the area would comprise of the six : 8 00 6.60
the repairs and extension arrow was asked to pay the )orthern parishes—St. Peter, St. Quelque Fleur Perfume ig ; »
Pala -- - i : bill” ae h i bei James, St. Lucy, Andrew, St a 7 ‘ 6 60 ” 1.05 >
(ieee thetic eatin 64/3 put he never showed any Joseph and St. Thoma Anothe 4.00 9 00 $
iicntion of doing so i ; 7 “a .Chris an os ’ ’ s
. the four southern parishe i &
Haggatts Bridge Bearings Worn Church, St. Philip, St. George anneialetieels %
7 . and St. John. The tHird ar >
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Under Repair ith, Arthur said that Cum Bridgetown and St. Michael KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES &
: batch asked him to repair the In each area a main hea $
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much damage was d
and bridge
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tion of the car he noticed that Will be staffed by a medical officer ° CLL AAT ISAO OOOO IOI ee ROOeST':
; . : , ‘ ose C46 5teFo%oe" “4° ? VOR
ide bearings were dislocated Of health, four nurses, ONE | y HSMPSSODSIDIOODGDSS 0 FOG EEDA AAI IAL LG .
damasg Sinn Oheeies Bes . sanitar actor and the l .
" tage nd worn, the right front fender a ds pe - and the usual $
€ whole ¢ nd wheel damaged and the five SUPOrdinate Start. s

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this bridge’s foundation \ wash- bolt heads in the gear case brok- Public Health Practice - e NPLicity Pat.
ed away by the riv The De= en off. He carried out repair “The purpose of the health, x % ee
partment of tligh _& Trans- and then rendered a bill centres, is to encourage, promote! % t
port is at present carrying out re- In his opinion the bolt heads and establish recognized stand ards| o %
pairs and a is expected to | could have been broken off if of publie health practice in the * x
EPPA GEe Mic tomorrow eve- the driver had not exercised prevention of diseases.” % %
ey ie soa Maine 26 proper care with his clutch. . “The work of the health centre 2 2
PR Ren ge si@orin J san week before Mr. ‘Cumberbatch enn.” on a Dire ctor $ 3 it
: 7 eee Ae . wie rot the ar im s had “w xe to establish clinics or Q s Sewino
ing the bridg Phis will alle he ote n it sy adeeseiess cerned = the care of the mother and child % COCKADE FINE RUM ea MARTELL erAney x R ue
greater water a} big it : Evans Hurdle said that Barrow and the treatment and care of % —s % 00k
noped DV se apr) me OFIGEe tought the car teehim ‘s preventable disea such a 3 PILCHARDS 1-11 au x
stselt ut Abe, ee ‘ay j plained that he had heard a venereal disease, tuberculosis, ete. !% , ORGONZOLA CHEES} per it w F

ats idge, near Walkers (aceking at the back of the car The organisation will also’ co-|% BACON .,...- per Ib. 1.00 %
a r . : hn he iid he had rented fron operate with the local govern 1X SWIF VIENNA SAIL ACH per t a3
Saar ete i out two w ts ( Moore He advised him to get it moat pode ee free te HONG CORN FLOUR 2 pki Gx %
make good the nage caused by repaired at once, The knocking to oft a aa iygi Z ‘ & K.Y. PEACHES ... . Beroe te ~
the February rair N the 1 in his opinion was due to some ’ b Sa? Oxy CF = sae the i& K. GOLO APRICOTS 30 t %
is again out-flanking this and it i worn part. e n = a oe ig at id 7 i%® DUTCH PEARS 10-07 i‘ % |
necessary t ) it another 4 I e givit ee Thi peroe: cere eres I POLAR ICING SUGAR sa per ph ic.
feet rk H hell told year ¢ conver ion and x ELITE SPAGHETTI IN MEAT SAUCE ¢ 2 % |
Morgaii Lewis road i the A to tions of the building purchased for; %’ pawAMAS GRUSHED PINEAPPLI per tt ae
at N the agg ee Bar ees i% UFILLIT BISCU rer ti AT S|
jama t of the ¢ . e hac It i hat the remaining|® pERLSTE ts ic. § 0 t
bor -Cast G t R atch ou th knocking he vO | b lished + 10 RI
ag I ed to fF ‘ bill centre f t ~ ~ IO; TE lz & 18 Broad street
! : ‘ — v ’ 7 + 7 r , . r, ‘ %
s STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. §
$ x
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1 Ib. bot Guava Cheese

1 tb. Bot Maypole Lemon Cheese
1 lb. bot Grapefruit Marmalade

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CLASSIFIED ADS. ute sss “AlterationsIn Handling Ysie Sing

and 12 cents per agete line on Sundays.|

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For Births, Morriage er Ergagement
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: FRISCH)
y When the Chamt if Co perce | but so far the Union } vena ‘ . near e Delamer % TOUSC VIHUIS
harge is $3.00 for any number of words| Minimum charge week 72 cents and REAL ESTA’ held the Q aan Ce Pees tse" far the Union ha olute- | nd the water cour
up to 50 and 6 cents per Word for each| 96 cents Sundays 2 words — over 3a! TE 7 — uarterly reneral ,!y refused to agree to the worl : i —~ ee
additional Word. Terms cash: Phone 2508/ words 3 cents a word weeh—4 cents ir Meeting yesterday the President ing of such equipment lways 1 ay en, wee
Setweon 8.28 dd yg 3113 fon Death/ wordt on Sundays; SNS NAV ee Mr D. G. Leacock told of certain In Trinidad, where modern ilways water : |
| miles from town. Ht ie tulle ac Wee {alterations in handling cargo from, forklift trucks and other types Sat Satie eae
mn The c for announcements of jand has open verandah, Drawing the continent, which, he said| of mechanical warehouse truck before the crossin
Births, eee Deaths, Acknowi- dining rooms, 3 bedroo Toilet and | Wontd come into force immedi- | are extensively used, the ware- * e at the Gully Ho
edgements, a ‘n Memoriam notices if eee re bit, Kitchen and stands « t f an acre, alely, 1 ‘ d . "an a Corner, to et to districts above
y $1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays CAR Hillman, 1946 model in perfect | 01 land with frutt "ee. Price Aebrne. Briefly said Mr. Leacock the ! housing charges are oo — only ose vt 7 ; P ] )
for any number @ words up to 50, and| CO"dition. Apply: W. Wejls, T. Geddes| tive. Apply on the premises or. tole oe SACICK, var ton lower than here. The gen- who can |
3 cents per word on week-days and] Gt@"t Ltd. Phone 2861. 7.9,51—8n, | D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane ie developed as follows: — | eral public should know that the @C"Css the breadth of water 1)
¢ cents per word en Sundays for each ne eet | Dial 3743 7.9.51—2¢ | rly an June, Mussons received high cost of liying in Barbados ©“ h_ their way through _ the
additional word. ° Morris 8 — about 4 years ld, | ee | Wtification from the R.N.S.S. Co ; : revines that are forming ke
Phone—4aon°" Apply W. M. | Austin) The undersigned will offer for Sale at that the Conference Lines had de-| iS due to some extent to the his short cut ; |
; je— 4304. 2.9.51—3n. prise wcunperition at their Office, No. cided that as from July Ist a sur- heavy expenses incurred locally “~~ , ?
OO High . Bridgeto > nS i. .
DIED CAR—i951 Hillman Saloon. | the. teth Ge wn, on Friday|charge of 10/- per freight ton in handling imported goods. As A few days after a heavy rain, |
erene | day of September, 1951 at d
.

oejatemagebememnnagpenmniaine entities ~| with red upholstery condition as new. | p.m.:— “|would be collected on Barbados long as the Union insists that
a wae toe _ Sa Svply: Ratph A. Beard. Lower Bsy| The two-storied Dwellinghouse knowr.|C2TEO, and from the same date all their members shall
$0 Kee See Sree | ont, ree al 5010. $.9.61—In. o “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | @Xpenses after cargo left the ship's
CEE ens 4 .
Allcroft of Leaseholds Ltd. and grand- CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in first containing ter —_ spaniel aks [paces te. Rarege etic ware-
Geeta. Her seat itn eae class order will make an excellent Taxi. square feet or thereabouts, situate ai housing, would be for consignees
Upper Ba Street this marming at 8-20 | QPPIY: Harold Weatherhead ¢/o Bruce | 10th Avenue Belleviils, St. Michael, ./account. The basic freight rate

&s was the case yesterday, the
receive water appears green and moss}
modern rates of wages, which no ccilects at the top, ag rain has!
one would grudge them, but also been making fresh water to flow |
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otleck for the Westbury Cemetery. | Vcatherhead Limited, 4.9.$1—t.1.n,! Inspection by appointment with Mrs.|WOUuld apparently remain as be-| Methods of cargo handling shall not yet smell badly yet however. |
i) ~ aoe ee L. L. Toppin, 5th Aven: 7: f d therefor aia : be usec, there seems every The land at the side of tne
Donald Altcroft, Jean Alleroft. | . Toppin, ue, Dial 2736. | fore and therefore the landing ex- + a ; ; |
Sydney B. Warren. ELECTRICAL et ce particulars and condition: | penses would in future be an addi- likelihood that these expenses W _ ven course, from the,
(Trinidad Guardian please copy) —— sale, apply to:— |tion to the present freight charges| Will continue to rise. Gully ouse Corner down tu}
Bes
TO-86. |. Rone eenttee eee ee sienna: Ce eh en imports from the Continent In discussing the matter the River ae. looked ponteed, ae ;
Holder Bros., 49 Swan Street | essts, R. M. Jores & Co., as| members of the Chamber ex- heavy he area seemed fairly |
IN MEMORIAM 69 51-—-t.f.n, ae undersigned will offer for sale at/agents for the French Line and| pressed dissatisfaction with the Clean, with dried twigs and bush NEEDS No REFRIGERATION—AS EASY TO USE
——__. public competition at their office, No | Messrs. Plantations Ltd.. agents f. manner hich it I bee salt Which were brought down by the
17 7 4 ssrs. z § Lid., agents for r in which tt had been dea : AS OLD-FASHIONED PERISH
MECHANICAL the a erat "septenee, fost at: Saguenay Terminals, received| with. It was finally decided that Water lashed against the growing ERISHABLE YEAST
ab sig ae SP ab nM ye of - “TYPEWR at a. a re 2 eis ; similar information. the ae ee of the Chamber ery ‘ Hiivuaiitekas ftet @ This wonderful, new granule try Fleischmann's for delicious
. ove } ITERS-— ew mo is “ - . ap t a umittec to e water immedia afte . i . a ~ o 7 *
er oS a ore ine — eae ities, ison; Sag. Goch and Clnckaroe VALLEYS ee oP mn at Joint Action nS . s ee ; a Ay ; x ae ain iebhte on “Ceneitution 2 yeast keeps fresh for weeks on the results. Get Fleischmann’s Dry
ber 7th 1951, BPADSHAW & COMPANY Whereon the same stands and theretc . tt - ‘tt aritiee 4 gs: anh 1€ steéam- aiiaxy with soft mud pantry shelf. And it’s so easy to Yeast today.
Smiling ane happ oem cone 7.9. 51—2n. | belonging, containing by admeasure- | The three Tite ities Is up authori concerned sh) 1 use. Just aprinkle into lukewarm For Your Health's Sake —try
Loved and respected wherever she ment 4,858 | ee - : i 8 . Mleischmann’s : Yeas
“went ae and. the ebuaaines. thereto, sitests | promptly took joint action to pro- } water. Let stand 10 minutes. Then Fleischmann’'s Dry Yeast dissolved
At the sounding of the trumpet MISCELLANEOUS on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ’ Church, |tect the interests of local import- | stir, When dissolved, one package in fruit juice, milk or water. Like
When the Saints are gathered home adjoining Hotel Royal. }ers as far as possible as it was ob- equals one compressed yeast cake old-time foil yeast—it helps tone
Ce Ma Oe eee | AMARRIMATIE “Tidal Tr ane ts Tak ee set Buneeye, vious that many complications in any recipe, If you bake at home up your system.
Ever to be remembered by Clan, Ros>;For prompt relief of tightness of breath |P-â„¢ we would arise in connection with |
and Clyde (children). 7.9,51—1n ~ in Asthma 4/- box. KNIGHT'S LTD. (Pes, further particulars, and conditions eres already bought firm on A$
6.9.$1—2n | Of sale, apply to:— C.LF. terms but which would nov} oS On hittd ~ bah dt 3 0M, nonce
—— - | COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. hi ti July Ist, apart
PUBLIC NOTICES | comm yton ace Cogierator aod | 28.5.61—E-D. from the question of ability. for .
Ten cents per agate ne on week-days|N. B. liowell. 6.9.51-2n | The undersigned will offer for Sale at}OVertime expenses. We first per- ~ } .
and 12 cents per costs linc on Sundays, public competition at their Office, No.|suaded the Steamship lines to SHIPP G
minimum charge $1.59 on week-days 35, As New, price | 1%. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday.|agree to a postponement of the -
and $1.40 om Sundays. . Spe Meioee ‘apts Se Frets day of September, 1981,,at 2.30! new scheme to September Ist. bul
jarmacy. i—T . ; .
heaton THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing| ®fter voluminous cables and let- = / e ‘ ‘e
FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | ¢r 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining|ters, the three firms decided to e 7 Canadia N t ‘ l Si h .
NOTICE urat | kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies|the Barbados Aquatic Club, together/send Mr, Cyril Weatherhead to ’ | n auona Steams Ips
RREOCEATION. OF ‘THE t tw T. | Bfistlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | With the Goodwill and Assets of the| Amsterdam at their joint expens: oie mean
ASSOCIATION OF THE UCWHI Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex- | vusiness, now carried on under the poy a f | ’ a LT: iS
This is to remind all thore wio have |jon Brushes, Bath Brushes, Corb | above name to discuss the matter thoroughly SOUTHBOUND
subscribed that the Extra-Mural Asso- | Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder| INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-|With the R.N.S.S. Co, who carr) Oo others meetin “a eee oo Aistves anate
Cistion Social Evening will be held at | Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow)|days, and Fridays, between the hours of {the greatest share of Continental CAM, CRUISER haa tie ee ae eee
Eevtembor se60 tt p eal r OP. CHEmen IMAN Seo Neate Pon) Oe SEP eeeRD WAS | OgreS CAN. CHALLENGER ' 21 Sept
. 2 n . P. IAN & CO. LTD., Middle , premises. | So Rel Gibih: ieee seco h | east. , Geet camee ce ad aes Sei
Will all those who may oe ea Street. Distributors. Dial 3382. )” Por further particulars, and conditions | As a result a we ~— Ww. oO cannot et CONETRUCTOR 4 Sept + or
wee - 5 PReteeat vciteuley code 3:9 Shem | OE GENO, URRY. ND tm a Aa no ef Pleig ra ag |.ADY NELSON 15 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct
this notice and turn up to contribute to “SUEY nua Tob tn cet COTTLE, CATFORD & Co R.N.S.S. Co. stating that the Con- it ‘
the «vening’s fun? 719.5110. | peauty Palm Olive Shampoo at be. per 31 #.21—ian, | ference has agreed that the steam-| feed their babies esorese 8 ——-
—_— ttle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at l4c. The undersigned will offer for sale at ‘ . ea : ey aoc : Arriy Sail Arri Arri Arri
N CE a Call for them at KNIGHT'S ! public competition at their Office, No. 17, a ee ee at Bar te Bavendes Boston Malltax. Seeattoat
OTI 6.9.51—3n | High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the | OV penses 2 " | Don’t worry ! Cow's milk can be prepared so that the youngest baby LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 2 Sept 2 Oct
| it day of ‘September, 1951, at 2 p.n.c— | steamers’ warehouses, but that the | y! Prepared f young: y , 8 Oc Mots
Re Estate of NYLON STOCKINGS—Famous “Alga” | 9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES o' | normal warehouse charge will in can digest it without trouble. The addition of Robinson’s ‘Patent’ ae ee Sy ake nae ae
ALBERTIND CARTER—Deceased, Quality ouble " sis . and heel, inn tnd (formerly part of a place callec /future be for consignees’ account. | 5 : ’ : The M.V. “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is expected to arrive
otherwise known as lern shades an sizes, only “ ane arden) situate in Saint Lucy 7 2 ‘ 7 ing Ie . » 4 “he * =" “ * m
DRUSCILLA ALBERTINE CARTER i por, eerie these stockings worth | Together with the messuage or dwelling Big Saving Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs, here about the 7th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, St. John
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a more that two dollars a pair. Kirpalani,| house thereon known as “BENTHAMS" i it easy fe » delice ective . i | as, dead 6 sme
persons having any debt or claim against |S? Swan Street. Dial 4715 and the outbuildings thereto ‘dint ‘ # making it casy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work Halifax, Quebec and Montreal.
tue Estate of Albertine Carter, otherwise 7.9.51—In The dwelling-house contains Oper is represents a very consid-| , s : a , ives navie: oe ten
known as Druseilia Albertine Carter, late a a tan tar Gale | Varanaah. closed Verandah, Drawing /erable saving over the first pro- thoroughly whilst getting them ready to digest heavier foods later 2 m AUSTHO & CO. LTD—A a
f McClean's nd, Brittons Cross Road, HAM TTER or Cars and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, tehen : ; 3 in life. T" re yw Boo ¢ : alway se i %» —
Saint Michael, who died in this Island on n veka. sold with a guarantee. Redman {and Pantry —_ ache anes em will in life. That’s why wise nurses and mothers always use Robinson's GARDINE oo tes - gen ve
the 6th day of September 1950 intestate, vlor's Garage Lt Phone 4435 The house is wired for Electricity ave to a e warehouse charge ‘Pp, , , et \Giuninentnbieie .
are requested to send eee % ory 7.9.51—3an. | but the current is not turned in,| when computing the landed cost wtent: Batley. /ROYAL NETHERLANDS ‘
claims duly attested to the under Signed, | ms | aithough the Company's wires pass
Eustace Maxwell SS, “Se ered yoru hie, po: soaatne cee within close proximity {* Soe Reetiadeessiiktenin: | 5 | STEAMSHIP co. {
High Street, Bridgetown, the qu ture, ves entire comfort and con- Inspection any day except Sundays, | ment, iis a >) y= | SAILING FROM EUROPE
Saministrater of ie one estate on fidence ail day. 2 sizes eee Ee between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. | sives will continue to be delivered | >| 0S. HELENA nth September 1951
fore 26th y of September . —an For further particulars and conditions i i be Ms ONATRE-7 Sep ber 1961 7 "
ts after that date } shall proceed to dis: of sale, apply to:— Z TENE, SECRRENS? | SO eno lee GoeKDORCTT seemes et: OL Ole, Cle. . Trameatiagtique
tribute the assets of the deceased among| SOAP & COLOGNE—We offer to-day af COTTLE, CATFORD & CO exempt from the ten § BS | TMS «6S PATENT?’ SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND st
the parties entitled thereto having regard|a reduction due to over stock EBrasmi: 7.9,.51—tn. | Surcharge. ; ; Parent | AMSTERDAM SAILING TO
only to the claims of whieh I an nae Sonat Soap ae per ake. baggy — The Steamship Companies state | BARLEY | EMSTAD.Lith Sept 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
a t i it be cologne in fancy ttles 1/6 t , « . ? . cn
liable “for ‘assets so. distributed or any [KNIGHT'S LTD. |” Geogr AUCTION affieny Be Be TiGane ee beamed =
thereof person rons | ———— s . 7 - ‘ ’ * oy 99 Rare
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CHRIST CHURCH DEPARTURES By BWIA.L. of turtle shells ar | a oad, ( yf d 4 tl d
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tation James. Apply to 1. Yearwood (Bus Y*! season in December
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jate A.P.A. Bishop Esq, to VERDUN—Comfortable Cottage near} Father Bernard Brown, Charles Burton.) gaid yesterday. “Now the rie §
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and Son) Electric Sewing September, 1951 sticks of cow horns, toys of € : ris m
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REST SCORE 165 FOR 7 WICKETS |

Mullins Gets 2—IL1

BATTING the whole day on a perfect wicket the Rest
seored 165 runs for the loss of seven wickets against the
Island yesterday the first day in the three-day practice
match at the Bay, Beckles Road.

L. Birkett knocked up a chance-
e jess 54 before he was bowled by

Police And

"pO f

Whipporays

slow left arm bowler A. Holder
and C. Greenidge also made a
chanceless 52, Carl Mullins who
opened the bowling for the Island
XI in the absence of Eric Atkinson

took the wickets of Frank King
Draw Game and C, Alleyne. He bowled two
; overs and conceded 11 runs.

Over two hundred spectators K. Eran bea of Pe slow

saw bolice and Whipporays plas bow lers on the side tock three ot

to a‘thriliing tour ail draw in ‘© Rest wickets for 51 r 4s. The
their water polo match at: the ° he two went to Holder,

Aquatic Ciub yesterday afternoon Piay started at 2.40 p.m. as

ome of the players to represent
Island were late. The wicket
perfect and C. Alleyne cap-
tain cf the Rest, won the toss and
batted

four
} t
line

Best,. the six foot
Police forward
goals for his t
3est is a left hander wi a ter-
rific reach. This makes him
difficult to mark and his scoring
shots are taken with great speed. Rest Open

°c: ooravs, Frank Redman, :.
eee, eae ae bones and Ta Rest opened their first inn-
Albers Hunte. scored one goal ings with Frank King and Skippe:
each, Albert Hunte saved his Charles Alleyne, Skipper Alleyne
team from certain defeat when took the first ball of the first over

Lorenzo
giant of the
scored ali tow





twenty seconds before the end of irom Bradshaw from the screen
Police's favour he swam the bal! end. This ball was pitched wide
down the middle of the field in of the of stump. Bradshaw was
a forcing swim-through, and beat bowling with three slips, C. Smith
the Police custodian with a hard behind the wicket, no fine leg, G
shot. Proverbs at gully. The last ball of

In Dera game of trevafier- his over F. King edged throug

arrison s



noon, College 5
defeated Barracudas by the wide
margin of thirteen goals to love.
Both teams played with one man
short.
Chief
legian

to Holder at second slip
dropped. C. Alleyne
score with a single.
Mullins was brought on at the
Col- other end by Skipper Taylor to
who bowl to Alleyne. Alleyne took a
scored four goals, Billy Man- Single and in the next ball King
ning and Charlie Evelyn netted 8@ve Hunte an easy catch at
three goals, Allan Taylor two and Square leg. R, Hutchinson fol-
Rolf. Feldman one. wane ees, = a out
7 ah the remainder o ullins’ over.
The F095 eae : i. Mullins in his first over got the
faferee Tenight had te order two ball to lift considerably with pace.
players out of the water for
rough tactics.

who
opened his

goal-getter for the
was Geoffrey Jordan

Alleyne Caught

The Police-Whipporays game 3radshaw also in his second
was also inclined to be rough. ove; got plenty of lift. Mullins
3oth teams had several six-foot- had Alleyne caught by wicket-

ers in their line-up and besides keeper Smith in the fifth ball of

height these players were all his second over. Alleyne made 7.

heavily built. Birkett of Pickwick followed
Police opened the Scoring’ and opened his score with a pull

after four minutes play. Two io square leg off Mullins’ last ball

minutes later Frank Redman of the second over for which he

equalised for Whipporays. Hardly sot four runs

had play resumed than Dudley ®°% *OUF runs.

Q’Neal took one of his usual long Mullins ‘who was bowling until
shots which the Police custodian the arrival of Eric Atkinson came
mistimed. Whipporays 2: Police off and Atkinson bowled his first

1. Lisle Spence sent in the third Ve? from the pavilion end to
goal for Whipporays shortly be- Birkett and Hutchinson,
fore half time. 7” 6 jee
: The scoreboard read 17/2/7
After the interval Police E Pan eoke hi ataales
changed their goalkeeper, M. aoe ba ae Mer 21, en
Franklyn went into the forward @7â„¢, Bowler o enpiye ai

line and E. Harris took his place Holder was brought on to bowi to

between the uprights. Whippo- Birkett. 1
vays also made one change. Lisle Holder sent down a_ maiden
Spence their left wing changed ©Vet When lunch was taken the
places with Frank Redman who Score was 22 for the loss of two
was in the back line. wickets. Both wickets were taken
The changes at first benefited by Mullins.
Police. The second half was four After lunch Branker bowled
minutes old when Best scored his the first over and the first ball
second goal. The equaliser came Hutchinson hit for two runs and
a few minutes later and, then the fifth ball was hit to the
Police went into the lead, Best boundary by the same batsman.
again scoring with about two
rmginutes to go. Play then centred Sain
in mid-field until twenty seconds Hutchinson Out
before the fing! whistle Albert At 73 Hutchinson was caught

Hunte made his dash down the py tl 1 hin stay
field to score and draw the match Peay Sevens toy sd, his atey.

t He made 25.
for his team. ; a ‘ i
Eid referee was Mr. J. Knight. ome gave Branker his first
1e teams were:-— : .
Whipporays: C. O'Neal, Dz Best followed and played out

O'Neal. F. Redman. : the remainder of Branker’s over.
(Capt.} B War i inant mee Birkett reached his fifty when he
z, Spence. Pre ee hit a ball from Bradshaw for two
: a s 4., runs. Best did not stay long and
ofan » ee G. Porter, in trying to force away a ball
+ Richard (Capt.), R. Alleyne, from’ Branker was bowled, The
L. Dodson, E. Harris and L. Best. scoreboard then read 83/4/0.

Harrison College: J. Chabrol, B.
Atkins joined Birkett and he

Manning, G. Jordan, C. Evelyn,
opened his scoring with a brace off

A. Taylor and R. Feldman.
Barracudas; J. Simpson, B, the bowling of Branker. Holder

Brooks (Capt.), P. Fletcher, M. bowled Birkett when he had
Lambert, B. Armstrong and K, reached 54. Greenidge went in and
Taylor. joined Atkins who was then six.

There will be a ladies’ practice In Holder's 13th over Atkins was

match this afternoon at the given out leg before. The score

Aquatic Club. Play begins at 5 toard read y8/6/6.

o'clock. The teams are:— Grant followed and was off the
Team “A” A. Eckstein, P. mark with a single and when play

Pitcher, J. Chandler, M. Taylor, ended Grant was not out 18 and
D. Warren, F. Carmichael and J. Lawless not out nought.
Gale.

Team “B”. The Rest

Ist Innings

B. Hunte, P. Chand-

jer,..P. Fitznatrick, J. Hill. T. F. King c¢ Hunte b Mullins 0

Browne, M. Knight and A. Suther- ©. Alleyne ¢ (w.k. Smith) b
land. “i ee : 1
xtras. B. Williams and J. Mac- Brankes ae, crramnnite 25
K#finon. L. Birkett b Holder 54
is Best b Branker 0

Atkins 1.b.w







— b Holder 6
“ ( Greenidge ec Proverbs b
16 Crack Riflemen "2 :
rac Hlemeéen w nt not out 18
I Lawles® not out 0

Extras oeau eek pe 3

Called To Practice

(From Our Own Correspondent) See en ee ie
: GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4
Sixteen crack riflemen have Fall of wickets: 1 for 2, 2 for 9, 3

, for 73, 4 for 83
the io: 164

been invited to practice for 5 for 93, 6 for 98, 7

Swettenham Cup Shoot. They are

F. T. Manly, J. A. Sutton, L. A BOWLING ANALYSIS
Wight, P. U. Hing, W. S. Cyrul o M R WwW
C. Allen, N. J. Driver, H. B. Great- ©. Bradshaw 9 Oe. ae
head, A. I. Zitman, D. Yong, D, € Mullins persia = I,
Smith, R. Ridley L. S. Dowrudge, a Holder 17 5 48

S. I. Graham, S. Ibbott and F. H. K_ Branker ee Oe
Alleyne. . N. Marshall 7 5 2



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Arima Race’ Wint And Bailey
Mee ting Slam Yugoslavs

(By FRANA ROSTRON)
(From Our Own Correspondent

BELGRADE, Aug. 27.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 6. Thousands of chesring Yugo-

Results of the third day’s races Slavs tonight mobbed the British



at Arima athletic team’s bus after their
resounding victory by 1024
MEMBERS HANDICAP points to 89% in the first-ever
1 Taj Mahal $3.69 and $1.54. athletics match between the two
2 Miss Friendship $2.72. countries. ”

3 Ceres $2.36 Later they surrounded He
Forecast: $56.24 team’s hotel, chanting “Bravo
: Bejli” (McDonald Bailey) ane

W. H. SCOTT HANDICAP “Bravo Vint” (Arthur Wint).
Baby Bird (Hardwidge) $3.60 ‘These two “Britanja Nigers”
and $1.96 (British coloured) men) com-

2 Assurance (Naidoo) $6.84
3 Mardj Gras (Wilder) $6.72.
Forecast: $153.84,

CALVARY HANDICAP
1 His Worship (Lutchman)
$3.12 and $1.72

pleted a record double win today,
and assured their team's final
victory, despite the severe beat-
ings suffered by the Britons in
the field events and the out-
classing of our steeplechasers.
Neither Bailey in +his world re-

2. Sea Bequest (Bell) $2.78 * ;
, " Tea? cord-equalling 100 metres yes-

3. oe seers) $4.36 terday or his 200 metres today
i tides ta nor Wint, in a_ spectacular 400

T. M. L. HANDICAP metres win yesterday and a great



1. Oscar (Lattimer) $5.24 and @venging win over Roger Ban-
$1.78 nister’s surprise conqueror Oten

2. Flame Flower (Lutehman) Hajmer in the 800 metres, ever
$1.36. looked like being beaten.

3. Holiday (Mohommed) $3.54 Bailey ran smartly as black
and Stella Polaris (Ali) $3.30, Velvet again today. He streaked

round the bend to pass his per-
sistent shadow, plucky Brian
Shenton, to win by a clear cight
yards in 20.9 secs.

Though Britons do not normally
compete for European records,
this equals the 23-year-old
European’ record of Helmuth
Kornig of Germany.

A wneavily bandaged, strained
left thigh muscle did not prevent
Wint recording the fast 806

Forecast: $39.84
MEMORIAL HANDICAP
1 or Twain (A. Joseph)
$6.06 and $3.43.
Blue Streak (Newman) $3.84.
Nan Tudor (Mohommed)
Forecast: $74.24,

GRELL AND CO., HANDICAP
1 Careful Annie (Quested)
$3.20 and $1.36.

wr

2, Fair Stream (A, Joseph) metres time of 1 min, 49.9 secs,
$1.78. , in staving off a courageous chal-
3. Scottish Game (Naidoo) lenge by Oten Hajmer.
$2.54. i Le ping like an antelope, Wint
Forecast: $27. : took one stride to every two by
J. COELHO HANDIC AP the bustling little Hajmer. But
1. Top Flight (Singh). for the bandages, Wint would
2. Monami (Lutchman) probably have neared Wooder-
3.° Leap On (Quested). son’s record,
4. Miniature (A. Joseph). With a great finish in a slowly-

run 5,000 metres Chris Chataway
scored a grand finale in the
darkness for Britain.

COMPTON TO MARRY
Q NEXT MONTH

LONDON, Sept. 5,
Denis Compton, idol of English
cricket will marry blonde Valerie
Platt 23, in Durban South Africa
next month.





Cricketers
Get Caps

Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion yesterday presented six Bar-
bados caps to players who have
not yet received any and who are



selected to tour British Guiana Compton among the best bass;
with the Barbados side men in modern cricket was
The players were K. E, Walcott, divorced by his first wife last
K. A, Branker, C. C. Bradshaw, year.—(CP)
W. Greenidge, A. Holder and C. W.
Smith. Before presenting the caps
to the players, Sir Allan Collymore Wi 9
told them that these caps have What 8 On
been awarded by the Selection
Committee and he had great pleas- Today
ure in presenting them. .
He wished that they wouk! have | Police Courts ....10-00 a.m.

a successful tour and luck bin they Court of Appeal . .10.00 a.m.

must not forget that the greatest CINEMAS
thing was the team spirit. PLAZA (Bridgetown) : ‘"iites
Also present were Mr. F. A, C peraed s ae — 2.3
Clairmonte and Mr. B. Hoyos EMPIRE: “VALENTINO” — 4.30
145 & 830 pm

“DON RICARDO RE
and “Corsican Brother
0 pm. and 8.30 p.m,
“Devil's Playground” &



M.C.C.—Canada



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ést Lo-morrow OLYMPIC; “CASBAN" & “CITY





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TORONTO, Ontario, Sept. 5,

The second unofficial Test match
between, Canada and the touring
Marylebone Cricket Club team will
be played at Amour Heights here
at the week-end. It will be a three







YESTERDAY’S

day contest and for records will WEATHER REPORT
rank as a “first class’ match.

Basil Robinson of Ottawa, From Codrington
Canadian-born Oxford Blue, will Rainfall: Nil
Captain the Canadians and

Total Rainfall for month to

R, W. V. Robins, veteran inte; na date: 3.59 ins.

tional player will lead the toucin;
eleven, j

In the first Test match at Van-
couver, a two day affair, MCC wo

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by an innings and 100 runs, A!
second Test scheduled for Calgary seen, 2
was rained out and a one day} Barometer: (8 an) 29.901
match substituted which Cana-| (3 p.m.) 29.839
dians won by 36 runs. '
Including the Vancouver Test!
the MCC team to date have playe u A i
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BARBADOS SPORTS TEAM
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The first match drew three all. In
present touring St. the second match Harrow defeated
Vincent, in a letter to the Advo- St. Vincent’ four—one. Worrell,
cate suid that the tour is an en- Bynoe, Archer and Griffith all won
javable one. Harrow, a local Club. their games. Coward was the only
was recently formed. Barbadian to lose.

Reporting on the activities, this On Friday night, August 28 a

A member of the Harrow team

Which is at

member, Rudolph Spencer, said Knock-Out table tennis tourna-
that Harrow played the first foot- ment was played. The sets were
ball match against Havard of St. keenly contested. Lincoln Wor-

rell defeated all his opponents and
was winner of a cup. After de-
feating Browne, the St. Vincent
champion, by two straight games,
Worrell then met Jack the runner

Vincent at Victoria Park on Mon-
day, August 25, His Horiour the
Administrator of St. Vincent at-
tended and took the kick off.
Havard team defeated the Bar-

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FB1DA1 -I III MI1KR T. IK1 UAlUUIMls .VDVOC'ATK PAGE IHUI.i: Hundreds Of Children Turned Awav By B. G. Prim a ry Schools (From Our Own < irres|N>iidenl) GEORGETOWN. Sept 4, Parents and child tU as parents with clenched fists, stormed prim<,ry-*chools and the Education Department on Monday as hundreds of children were refused admission, the first day .f the new school year Headicjcl < rwhen challenged dftpUyaf a M musl not" circul. .,.(. under the date. August 27, ipftl. notifying them that thrv werr not %  Mowed u lintvidcd bv the nulairrafci> Hi ..... roaitadod that by i' of die Code. Mr,11(40 mu.'' I .i %  nmodaUoo < to. M ii. |ter child In iiveraac utHfter IWO not moic than lu per %  rtotn ,. %  %  ,„,,,, oe af |GBORGETOWK Sept. 4 I %  while l< liard to gel charcoal tor .omr-Tir school taf* -rallali|i| v .idmission 2! IS ? ABIK "bo*"' "MS o.oty thr BnUati bi|hi flMt crrler. operating la Korean W*UH> In -trnetor Corajaaador R O Baal. RN ha,, mtmatar,lardao of dw.f J.pane^ treaa. some mnon. lLtb, '7? i^T"" *?*?"" ,** "" v h,p '' V" Llt,nu l d *** UNrefere atarll*. Ommanit !" "M h ,i . t" 7 ./ %  "•"* %  -"Wly M weh Uip for m-aterlng hla alanta. CuatOaw repdatiniiB d. IMnut hln to taka at. gardan liom* BXPatSai %  at and il s nuMNl t„ %  """ 2 (2). : aha 11 be nliiv.it adatissimi i thenn Mimvient accunuiiodatioii; they VLti ill refeVen I t., children uode, sia 1 %  Monday's Deiiinnftrations oomotaotrajtoiit, have %  t^eoti iviiiieiai'ii .-• %  *• pnduring %  %  $1.44 per bo* Onaroool oW-rfp*J h l S-J I mt that underl ^he emiti' n .J eatplojei %  %  : %  .Muce.1 *ww ni. we mall or bia. Ami Th *' Kducati. Grenada Ailion OotiiiniUtt' OLH'H EleeCkm 6aaipilgii idbw o.r Ova aonvBOBaBaaai II pi 1 Speoainoded bj T. %  how, GreiHidu's Action COMmJU lee last ni^hl fired n i election iNtlvo In the copttaj drawinn a rival crowd of %  %  4 week that the people do not .ittond lert t*iere I i .II..' .11 ic.t. B.<;. WILL START COCOA EXPERIMENTS (From Our tlwn t oi lopondrnU WN, S.-pt 4, : *w "ienti l< ean he prodai • l I e Botanical Gwdeats The w W rL^^ f '" '"' : ' : %  boul ' ' ""d will have aboui i.ooo lre<-. take f i pnol areai In other sertj the Cofony, Harryshdw aatpiuuci Uair>' b %  i .^.iiida am rh.ir the \i %  %  e repreaamted Can it %  uppOfted naif ibourttoi c,t ih> •rj % % %  ••mi-. % % % % % % %  III "i.:. mm Woikei's l.'nion willi dM -v. n ir*t?' ""!*_ *w ^!** ""' "' 1,,,n N,,,A,m SMI record in Mu laffectod l>y hia p. and rnaothaffi were alwav. Labour. afford to i • i oantroi 11 living on prarnUBM,*' Mr nandes m In Touch with Barbudon Coastal Station no attempt to enforca the ahlfl %  'i lauao "until tVrpermisaioii has been obtaini-d iron i %  .i Education %  butlon of the which have %  lem of re-distriklaV %  l<> send their children to tchoi .'.. 1 • %  %  %  i.. m r u fcu^ < rrrsii w ; ul•• i i i %  II | %  %  %  Hed On-.vti. f i %  If .-.' .i r Btitoh Pinpo %  and S RATES OF EXCHANGE . %  Georgetown GHs Safe 'Pipe Wlrr' 11. %  a>aaaam< GBORGKTOWN S.-|>i I Dr. B. B C. NehaQl, GovernMiriit llai !ei inlo^ist hut gtveti the W ii i Supplj a MO) and arrann'for tem .tring the Scheme open m thht month. %  bactario%  %  tht, and in M report I i mini loners, the roulti have indicated n con%  %  • IMBH*IIHH MfBJ (.ir .irtnkinu. Dallj I a carried "ii let supply ment will f -tming m. the Governlaiclemn the old rafa waist m I %  tronat* \--ith earl, the ictian o %  % %  •' %  l.ui when i %  %  '• %  I endangered and ITU* !. I I PN to end the Me < %  nfesfed thnt on Gtnry'ii Mtuni to Qffl pired to work beside hln. and 1 aaw the big chance he had to do great good but after >u* expen< ncea durlna ttaa auaai I which preceded the last general strike he Withdraw from Uu ANM* i.itioti l.r.i.M,.; laata tiii^ i 1 lie never though! w .old com* *h*n Gn would eontulnile nM*H orfanlsatli k*t pinj %  mou. and seeing their aamoclntes thOUl -II ellmt In Ihaal defence .K dng "where The Art lop Commlttt .... ii in-f iVlthoUt (e^r .i thaflfea to tbe %  trtngem election onanance ami pfovarton igam-t m-i, lav "Slaj -inSlrikt"' vte\ ifUfd LONlK)N RevleajrinK tht .,,h | | niai *a m. -. Britain, a "New einin*** %  ,. %  I.,,. %  %  Cokmli BB*o In conn.. lloii with the letter -e,,t (r Jalv It II % %  Dlr; %  i 3d* In the in., • L %  I %  %  i \i, Kelt! 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_ BRITISH OLLMEN

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ae Sept. 6.
"} HE BRITISH FORSIGN OGFYICE on Taurscay

warned that any attempt by Iran ‘eo expel British
personnel from Abadan would be considered as a
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dais Cease- fire

_ Conferenee Silg

By PHIL NEWSOM
TOKYO, Sept. 6.
GENER: AL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY demanded a new
F Korean iC easefire Conference site and told the Reds to

bali their “constant deceit” unless they tte break off

the taiks for good. The United Nations Supreme Com-
mander threw back at the Reds as “false and malevolent”
their charges that United Nations Forees violated Kae

song's neutrality,

Hie said the Reds themselves manutactured evidence
and called in’ the name of the United Nations fer an end
to “these despicable practices which have received world-
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Ridgway said t Un = =
cuter space is just about . ment at a Press Conference on the reports from tions were ready to n
e a ydre- : ‘ Er pe -
a building a Hydro Teheran. that Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh mun o te on ficers ; ry a | Jap Treaty
; t 1 Y é ‘ is 1s mM ele a ww -
Some 50 rocket and avia- planned the withdrawal of residential permits from te.” He lott it up to the Reds tc !
tion experts assembleq here rel : tnd ’ ove thi jesire for peace, Late1
) f Ss e ‘
Om corpnrin entenien bow British oilmen, unless Britain accepted Iran’s terms tid Command headquar-| “PgpJ fog thea /
Federation on space trave! for settlement. ere. issued 4. release sang ee
which they believe will hel He said that the British Gov — ne , it POOR ME Cc oT
set man down on anothei ernment stands firm b de- + , . we even weens l
planet. cision to take are of some 350} UU. K. FINANCIAL i i % id tn: ris : ape e u e
) | ide the neutral anc
An announcement said men to guard the oil refinery in| : : \ 7 r ’
7 ‘ Abadan, until a settlement is] 7 1 ‘ ite cessar By DONALD J. GONZALES
“— £ we eee a “eae TROUBLES FOR tisfactory d ‘ be _. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept, 6
oe Cee The decision.had made it clear | y “y r MR. BERNARD BRAINE, the visiting MP. (centcc) is sen chatting with Mr. Grantley Adams ; ee ie The 52-nation Peace Conference
atom and kydrogen bomb earlier that those men would DISCUSSION MR. BE ey ang Bee: COSC) vent’ cha with “Mir. Grat f , . oved ahead of schedule toward
were channelled into re- ciate tthgdbansery, baeniitary | Leader cf the Honse of Assombly and His Excellency the Governor at the Cocktail Party at the Marine Neutratity he week-end signing of the
protected if necessary, by military H las g g uf
search on space travel, man ; | otel last night. Japanese Peace Treat : vetole:
s . force { WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, The Party was given by the Local Branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association in honour of It us ai vat the argumer ice ns aty as vetoless
could rocket beyond earth The ruling of the International Britain’s financial troubles came Mr. Braino’ over (3 wR . ndrei Gromyko was_ rendered
i A . . sritatn’s ancial troubles came r raino’s visit. ve Kaesong neutrality | elples ier | are teed
inside 10 or 20 years. Court, invoked by the Foreign ||... fo, top level discussion to-day | ~ Si din leah call vershadudiad the orikinelauveos pless under his gag. The Krem-
Delegates are convinced Office, today urged both Britain) + 4.4, fumetianinie or yr ‘ sting 2 A ‘ ama of the ceasefire talks. Rideway in agent shot his big bolt during
that journeys from earth to and Iran to abstain from any |; § tater ies il Bantorane -| Prem All Quarters : note was handed to the Commur the initial sessions and found him-
other smaller bodies are pos- | 2¢tion, which would prejudice the vee ene eens ie whole ranee| | ist liaison officer at Pan Mun Jon f handcuffed for the first time
sible before the end of the riginal statute Img) the Anglo- | "nit vee world’s problems, T ul W sd | St JN in outpost below Kaesong at NF BOR WAR SDisEnalanns Parties
century, and said if the wor! / Iranian Oil Company [an Arr , ae ; pen penis. ruinan orric C | pm. on Thursday half an hou A iad Seer EY. OF hate Dean
concentrated on the problem The spokesman made it cleat E Ms Galtaney British Chan- \] after it was broadcast by Alliec fon tenn down the United
it ld be ved h that “anv..action by the Tranian cellor of the Exchequer arranged | ( Wwe ‘r Kunsas F lodds || ut : Saati , at delegation was surprised
poe A, . SOhVome res authorities. fer the)removal of talk with Treasury Secretary, | Ny ‘ “ It seemed apparent that Unite that the Conference was far ahead
—_ ; ; S j A 4 é é f . } . : : nim te
sooner.—U.P. British officials from Abadan, | John Snyder, | KANSAS CITY, Miss our, kL \ Nations negotiators would neve Se peu + C ae States official
would be cone " Pe most) Britsin is having trouble paying ro back to Kaesong for more talks er ear oe be aty would be
erious violation of the Court’s' mounting prices fer goods she; President Truman, wo “The events eae Niches ned on Saturday by all nation
as i “a mour ices sh sik an, rrie: Peck Ss 7 1e events of past week Ridg woent we > Sea a:
N d y t | ruling must import. To-morrow, prelin jnew flood threats in Kansas at By ROBERT VERMILLION . way said, “made it plainly ev Mile A a eer ach cama
; oO Lan e . re d inary United States, British and j|Missouri scheduled a perepnall BKIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 6 lent to me and to the world his surprise and optimism wa
T dB Offer With TQAWMN | French talks will get underway |tour of the danger area still sodden CHINESE TROOPS and Russian made tanks smashed ent Q ie aaah ee ies aie louded| however by pessimism
= to be followed by a session of Big and mudladen from disastrou three le . , f sn’ Panton ent commerence site At MACRO, W r what the Soviets and their
hreatene y Meanwhile it was learned that Three Foreign Ministers on Mon-|torrents of last July these tates inivo are a iva Sn Korea's western iromt IN J inevitably result in additional it. *Communist allies may be prepar-
* Britain had withdrawn its imvita-. day Truman who arrived yesterda) an Qrainous thrust dow n the invasion route toward Seoul.| terruptions of our armistice talks ying for retaliation against their
New Storms tion to Iran to send Air Force Lower echelon experts of the |for a five Gays visit at his home} It is possibly the first move of the awaited all-out Red of. | ne further delays In reaching a” Trough treatment here, Some ex-
. personnel to Britain for training.! three Governments are to meet in |in Independence caiied together] fensive. igreement U.P verts believed Red guns, planes
a The offer to svain Iranian pilots an effort to agree on main point top local and federal flood experts A force of 2.500 Chinese backed up by two full Chines: P. ind tanks might launch a new
MIAMI, Fla. Sept. 6. was made sometime ago, but), postwar ettlement with the|for a ctose-up inspection of the | divisions in the immediate are nd tt dé fs ffensive In Iworea
Two -hurricanes churned th '| withdrawn apparently as-a result! west German Republic.—C.P. low-lying area threatened anew t ree ” Sav cess Sete Ota aviet ‘
vast reaches of the Atlantic of the strained relations resulting . —_ new rising wate: “puppet” troops, a few miles to the west, cut off one Unitex J ¥ C “ill Caught Napping
Wednesday, one new born and!from the oil conflict and the col- i Treamets particularly wathen Stotes unit which was fighting back to United Nations i ca Councilor Ambassador John Foster Dulles
the other two days old and pa*k-|lapse cf the recent Teheran talks lade the mintivmillion dollar feo es night came ry ? hief ‘Treaty architect, told a re-
ing —o 135 mile an . TY aa inti ve CREMATION FOR {r¢ ‘lief programme in action ; Che ittack moved 1 nthe lo Appeal In U.S. ee i i ee aoe
hour winds, ritain’s 0 industry ca a Lid : progress made during ne first
The new storm called “Fox”|that its own oil refinery pro- BRITAIN URGED ‘ POWERFUL BOMB.—A a broad valley west. of Yonchon 1 EK H : 1a Aj 1 day. He figured speeches on the
was spotted 1,700 miles east of|gramme was making rapid pro- oh gil . 2 rful bomb exploded in the doo: | ‘ 35 miles north of Seoul, then swun or urricane 1G, | preaty would not begin before to-
Antigua. It w ‘as the sixth of the)gress, and would Teh tg re: ne ae Ae Bayt ot Wi Ms oe ay dak shop ni at ten Advocate Jamaica oh r the bordering ridge line tot és Marit day. So much progress was made
season, duce the gap caused by the clos- en yaaton, wabour Fy ana University during a studen ‘ East to cut behind allie d fore rem mnTite'\ Manian no, during the morning and afternoon
Grady Norton, chief storm rore- |e of Abadan, \, oo s ra a d semonstr ore opus the oe ee Relief Fund holding the northernmost position | area hha - ‘. sessions that the, evening meeting
caster at the Miami Weather! — .P. ountry anning inister, ncrease in the city trans sport ares.! v ; & . of the United Nations line | : ‘ aa AN IN c reTrool lgateel only 26 minutes.
Bureau, said a steamship “jumped \ urged that Britons be cre- | Di image was light and there were’ Wee tery oid ne Gee oe Ae. DAYS sambuter. colund “hs New York tomorrow as pe Delegates scheduled to speak
the Fox”. near latitude 1.5 north, mated instead of buried no casualties. e . ¥ for . + twice ran the gauntlet of heavy onal representative of Mayor Hill |jast night had to ask for more time
ee i stale 4 || ‘@nventional jgraveyards |}... PURGE.—The. Japanese. Soy" $100 was added the tota . ' x ; whe has requested him to make «/peeause they were caught unpre-
gitude 37.5 ~vrest or abou “ SOVIET 4 ee 1 pe which still creeps towards Communist fire to reach the § ur wy :
7 2,200 miles east southeast of TASS “IS | ten up ie en ee {ernment used a_ political purge the $10,000 mark rounded outfit and bring back national appeal to the Unitec [pared rhe pace surprigéd the
% Miami. It was reported moving ” “Urgent claims for housing jagainst the Japan Communist Wie nh ea ; wounded. The attack was th fr , {States for material assistance t |Russlans too Gromyko forecast
west northwestward at 15 miles PROPAGANDA AGENCY industry, schools, playing |/Party for the second time in 15 The need of the sufferers by the eighth side of the auiot|mulferers of the recent Jamai 1© would be here one month, but
; ; ; fields ai xther ope paces lie | ae is just as great as on the y f c { the qu ; : i sha slegation
an hour with winds probably of 1e and other open spaces months Thursday to knock off it : disaster i member of the Soviet delegatior
: “i 75 Nes’ 4 V IGTON, S 3, |] make it more than evex ‘ ” Beacutive C . futeful Friday when the |/western front since be ne truc ‘ sht with sincerity
4 hurricane force (75 miles an WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, var junior” Executive Committee and : ; ltalks begs Jul r aid last nigh 1 ;
| hour). The Standing Committee of the urgent that bodies should be leave the orfanization outwardly hurricane laid Jamaica low i yegan on July ed he al Nethersole will appeal for hel) | "There is a good chance of end-
: While this was being checked Congressional Press Galleries cremated rather than buriec party with o heen The people are struggling to ck ubsided to exchange ‘ ‘ sonal ie ng the Conference on Saturday if
a hurricane hunting plane loc at-(handed Justice and State Depart- in space that can be .of “MEW TIMES” CHARGES straighten matters out, even mali-arms fire when darknesi|eontributions obtained will b. | Acheson is in the Chair,” Achesot
: ed number five named “Easy”|ments charges that the Russian much use to the living.” The tenent "United Bintan before rebuilding start came, but a United Nations officer | donated to the Governor’s Hurri there
: and found winds about 135 miles|News Agency Tass is “a propa- UP. erg oo inineadln Mack "Bre 1 i CAN YOU HELP THEM? aid the Red assault could beloane Relief Fur Announcing tl The United States delegation to
an hour at the centre with gale*lganda and _ intelligence agency nai? ae. to. fuissiand Gi e a it hort > renewed at any moment le Vay Hi! tw Japanese Peace Conf oh
extending outward 80 miles at 6) the Soviet Government.”—U.P.| ieliberately caleulated to advice, but give at all costs || No General Result he éived personal ‘it held an early morning strategy
p.m. (EDT). sat vate rediege t} is applicable in every case | He said Chinese reinforcemeni>|yo to the Unite 1 States t meeting on Thursday to speed the
; a vl one deceive the Scviet people and the of this sort. | : cee = k rt ited Sta o signing of the Treaty, as Egypt and
Confused reports made Id.” the current issue of Hand in your donation to apparently were waiting to fin ve witness account of th } Phil repared to yoice
definite fix on the hurricane > ; Bere et at a 1 . athe lout £ a spearhead foree found Moe ae , the Philippines preparec vO
impossible but the Miami CW ri is 1 roac h- in magazine New Time day, Send to either bank, or | \ oo, Sot pe United Nation ries , ee ee cee ecervations on the Pact.—-U.P.
Weather Bureau estimated it t | . sii direct to the office of this He ssaivm ceil Da ; en. MASE Os Jamaica at
be about 700 miles east north-| | WIL. L BE ABSENT newspaper. It will be ack- {! cribed the action as a “heavy |West Indians as well ¢ s
phat of San ee Puerto Rico} ™” e nno need Thursday she will ’ nowledged next day. [ee en ee ittae) 10 f erilleans to assist in Jamai t The “ADVOCA T E
BRD Wrote take Mash th r go T ttend Cyprus health conference The challenge cannot go || °30""' covers
and moving west or westnorth- | CG EK t 1 €e V \ 3 e ‘ g i sha seks Glas ales clin Lease el f NEWS
west at 20 miles an hour. t jf ad \because Israel will be. prese unnoticed. Bee? ‘ ce i tw 20 mi Nethersole will tour the b pays or
or inte I.N é Is : 4 mount previous) of the Ceasetire Conferen elt i e United State te
Wea‘her Bureau officials em-| ; U.N, R ESPONSIBLI \ sas previous iad ae , ai ; | es in the Unite State *
vhasized both Atlantic distur-| eles Bie 3 Talks Epyptians hunger-strikin «for aidknowledged 88,06 [city of vesong. Just 13 miles nors!. hy several organisations which at Dial 3113
bances were too far away tl After Was ungton iZ a © abrogation of the 1936_ Angie Mr. & ft {Of thar city o ) povit uppe already soliciting help in the forr Day or Night
threaten any land = areas at! | Egyptian treaty said Thursd D, L. Joh , jtroops were poised in the area © lof money, food and medicine. H y
yresent. ‘ . {that the United Nations was res We 00 }Kumchon in a position to mo will be away for three weel Mle
' (CP), | By W. A. THALER | sponsible for their lives a. , 00 ;either south to a parallel Chine
} LONDON, Sept. 6. | NEW PACT—The United State Anon x drive or east to join them 89999 GGG5GGGG9OG9D SIO POO OOP OPO SO OPO S PROSE T PPO
[ ‘ c 1,00
\ A new British approach to the Egyptian Government] and Portugal have signed’ a pact 1.00 Allied troops rushed across t | %
7 yf’ : 5 : 20 “t over » 1936 T reaty, ap- | over U.S. defence bases i the k tin 6.00 {| Imjin River to meet the Com-|)¢@
T.U.C. Moves For! ss 4 alee S a Se ce nana Conte rence of Big Pubes ‘ 6.00 J+ munist attack and apparently 1X
eare is Oy LOROW UAC NEW RIFLE—Beigium toda; NL. Bi 240 |! checked + the spearhead, bu |&
Higher Wages Three Western Foreign Ministers later this month. Offi-| gemonstrated her new .280 4 Mociogs 100 1! ground troops saw. two Russin |@
8 cials dismissed the suggestion that the Foreign Secretary,| matic rifle before N.A.T.O. repre- E oo) Nt 34 tank ith Chin %
a Sept. 6. Herbert Morrison, would send new proposals to Cairo, be- | sentatives and rs from me, OMe wl air observers spotted eigit others | % ° e e
The rades nion Congress sre le : many nations. P. Canadian Bank of Coramerce ind a briefing office at x
moved Thursday for higher fore leaving for the United See, on te 9 atte Face pais MAC. 00 fect gata SRAtnid is th |%
wages for British workers but _ } . ; i ‘ : “A ‘ Barclay's Bank (D.C, & 0) mata hrs rea tevin 3
‘ : A a nand WwW he United State > r. & M R. S.H 10.00 ‘ i ‘
pais H ent e i xt WORLD'S FIRST thinks about the future defence of Reds Halt Parcel & e threat to United I %
ease e inflationary strain on " Pr t Sar 20.01 4
Ld u Aw he entire Middle roo on the line cy %,
the nation’s rearmament burdenea Pact revion. and Shi yments From | ; a ‘4 >
t region, an Total 68.99 o officer iid the ener %
economy. ’ | y te \ extent | “ E , tach orderly and m »
Delegates for Britain’s ne Wi! ATOMIC PLANE he is ready. t - por ; s | - pa 1 HM ~ 1%
8,000,000 union members defeat bael Britain Berlin To W esl | . 1 4 it fkt a 1 j x
the Communist supported notior pees rn vera rie sa talen tas | Wha: re ‘ called i ju 1 la i 12
specifically dec lar ing further w age WASHINGTON, edditior | ; fs P | BERLIN, Se 6 ' 5 ye pulic 5 Boye oll | ratior , U.P | % 0
raises essential and demandin e world’s first atomic plane sponsibilities Allied officials disclosed that the ® ‘ Satan 1
they come out of profit ~ ul ales it that may dwarf the|§ Morrison is to} Soviet ve irtually halted} Oil Uliimatum | N. Atlantic Ty reg uly $
lied Government was to blame ‘ a ; uy Rarmar , nost t j
and mi defeated 5,284,000 votes B36 bomber is now taking shape|g seek ota he ee : ae : Be “lit We | Ve i¢ ‘tir 1% World-famo
to 2,199,000. At the same tim cn the drawing boards of con- Angin - re ieee, Lom 7 id that for the last fe i Body T Oo Meet Soon ; %
pushed ‘rou fgh the resolu tion lidated Vultee engireers at Fort policies, ‘dartnk month the Soviet rdered fr EHERAN, Sept. 6 | {
calling for more effective price We r Texas, Authoritative the forth . aoune tee detached {ror nte | It opponent of Prerai OrtAWwA, S« & r
and profit control and removal cf|sources said that Convair w aticlaeone ape one reine art asia Ber in| Mo nace ” in ; “poli ger lod + ie arti . 1 aealerametin 4 % ANd 0.
purchase. taxes from house hold | picted last February to challen fore committing] whe 1e trait arrived at | as an , tw Britain in the oi! of the North Atlantic i \
stems.—U.P. a the undertaking and that himself on new] East-West border. Some 600 tor diet uie ored a decisis ele Organizatior ill get. underwi 1%
a pre pees pee is under- Ba oposals to jot parcel post have been ba: Jin the Majli (Parliamen ), when|cn September 14, with a mec 19
Vesigns ar ar enougao airo, accordin ggec n » 1° ¢ >t < ot he mi 1, ++ " MAT ' : vy v
TO- RAY’ swraThER:! ) to require close Coe lo informe Bet “4 Be in e deputies boycotted 1 lof 1 Cour Deputi % Cape
‘ . rs 1 ‘ n , € é , a , anada a jamen pu ain
CHART opel m between the Convait nome Motcieen sOurce ae a 0 to 5 of eae elie ae aero Mos degt Ci p ne t bulidir g
S General Electric Company which| fficials made it clear that Brit- pene Os VEa ae ” natu , i\The meeting of the permane
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. ; ij ai ; . weekly for s ment to t two and half hour del i rrie tion i being chedulec | % ; ee ;
en: 6 ke and has been working on an atomic| 4in does not consider current con- | Weekly for shipment to ets " ee ot called of hecace thé (eatin is (being | sone t®. HAVE. GRACED THE TABLES. OF ROYALTY AND §
Sunset: 6.50 p.m. ‘ 8 engine for the Atomic Ene rgy| tacts with Cairo, on this issue, to | 0" ials said that the Sovic ‘ fai! jone da ead the opening of 16 :
go ag Quarter, SeP- | /Commi-sion. After five years of| be te rminated Contrarily, ‘she |#@te Bering vith the shij necess vite regul teronce, 2, permis | 1% NAPOLEON BONAPARTE FOUND PLEASURE IN x
em S. * ” meaTt | Wants a full-scale resumption everal mont ago, but ‘ : 2 ( cil oO the final det &
preliminary ieseerch, top atomic * umption of | Crowe ipporting Govern | { ee . .
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. ae nd aircraas’ éxbelts bee convince | the talks, and she may have some- |}@st_ few weeks has intensiied ft asiedad High Tide: 7.59 a.m., 7.45 that the wiade canbe built i nise new to offer 1en she ha tt eis che ckir campaign, ond Majlis and jéered at few Opposi- |mecting % : ; ene eee ; : *
p.m. t ill be capable of fly ,| esta jlished the United States jat-| virtually broug shipment Al tion depucie eee. caliyee , ¢ e ‘ ( ( iid t st Write nd pe nalitie FRANCE, ENGLAND an x
Low Tide: 1.45 a.m. 105 n } und the world at : dl E eee d ati se mente nM ranges. Tod eae ntiPwelve Opposition deputies later the < tative of the perman- %& elsewhere have long since recognised the rt f the WINES %
p.m. incredible speed, by 1955 , dle Ea tern defence policy \< maha ge agp the Ru an were reported to have submitt ‘ ec t from a yndor 3 vere i gn re vil € \ g
(tp : ‘ ponsored erman move lols yecial letter to Majlis speaker ,»e*xpected Ott 1 his wee % RY UCED IN SOUT AFRICA.’ *
(U.P.) | d Midate Kastern Policy if lockade the divided he vation th 2 that ae in , to threats |Other officials of the organizatio x Fae OTH ATRICA 3
tain’s I c cas "n ] ad ¢ . + ] > mney : . * . , . ce ‘ . ' . *
: one -SUrreare Mi tae i| Re planted a heavy x on alilpby Government and Government | and sidvance rep. entativ $ x There was CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, the famous French x
? E, lb eyt's ica Min reat fror vehicle ing tne ly - upporters thes will not attend |the top men of the Wester o oet who compared the delicacy of Cape Wines with the kisses oN
} Din’ ae on inister, Salah bh) al highway be en Berlinithe Majlis ession in futureiD ri cle vho Ul attend th $ and caresses of his beloved JANE AUSTIN, the English Novel- 8
Treat by Ut Bellehe fake to cde) [and the West a ‘few ‘days ago ni steps are taken o,conference, will arrive later % ist who in ‘SENSE AND SENSIBILITY’ has one of her charac- %
IL FOR SCANDINAVIA |): cass son ssa Sores LP. Tremeve such threats—U.P. 6a eee ee eee eae eet
re Sue an: zone agree to} is ‘ w , } 1a
ith euanitistill Gf the Gate dade, ' ; % the finest ‘CONSTAD TIA WINE (A Cape Wine famous in the &
the Egyptian crown a @ 19tl ‘ that er tasted so I have brought a glag »
th yptis rowr . 5 * ! r MI r husband, he for he was of it ¥
LONDON, Sept. 6 ‘with Denmark which is in the At- Official quarters are aware of | 7 y x Ty they t t d was of it x
A flotilla of British sul e lantic Pact and eden which this danger, but. continue to” hope | % t ; olick A Mi 5. id that i *
sailed for Scandinavia urrday |no Military urces added that |that political realism will in the vd A x t { the t ish i AP \OLEON BON- }
to demon e that big Western |the cruise was also intended to re- }end avert such a dras decisior % ; Fe Sind a f ry NST ANTIA WINE %
powers have not writte off the jassure anv doubters in West or | which. accordir to tish politi- @ APANI I iT ¢ re m a CO x
Baltic as a “Soviet lake It ll! Fact that bie Western powers con- |cal and military quarters, would xt f of t Comt el CAS sent the Emperor a con- %
be the first sortie into the Baltic | sider the Baltic a free sea, and not |have no practical effects | A f ‘ ST. HELENA and it told that in XS
by British or American submar-!a “Soviet lake.» These sour Britain would not recognize the 1% ! . : , iInnbie to sw nyMinge, k
ines sin World War IT, and the | said ussia apparently hope t ilateral tbrogation of the Treat» ix IME OF LOS CASES W INE rHIS %
first official call at a Baltic ort | make the Baltic it wn lake. Sheland would consequently not hold GEORGETOW? Se workable acceptable and wi r ) 1 ik } ACED THE TABLES OF QUEEN VICTORIA, &
by 1 Britist sub since before ;concentrated in t large |her lf bound to withdraw he Britist G nt A reason to both partie ~*~ ¢ erate % ( KING LOUIS, PHILLIPE OF FRANCE AND x
“g face | I 2 + lew fleet. ret sh ily ec y yf € Bin do Gritish diplomats t wr i m ote M John € ho they ( ery 1s 1 ( Ire CH CELLOR $
irfs vessels of yoth atior eligt cr s¢ i i i y e seriou i c , thre ‘ oO he he mi I i ‘
paid courtesy calls at Balti ts | many submar : ence re- emanating unofficially from ( rbitr Bo B et J hen 1% f LET MINE BE WINE R, DeB r *
I s orts t ts ¢ tithat Egypt : e-fr te ‘ ; i? & %
Lond Balt ; th faa Brita nei t A Shenfic . ' ; yr . I ; % WINE AND SPIRIT %
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i ; c ‘ | ‘ T ‘ t the < 4
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PAGE TWO jj

‘HE Local Branch of the Em-
pire Parliamentary Associa-
ion gave a Cocktail Party at the
Marine Hotel last night.ia jJonour
of Mr. Bernard PBrtingthayyisit
ing M.P :
Hi Excellency the Governor
and members of both Houses of
the Legislature attended.
Mr. Braine is also secretary of
the West Indies Committee of the
Conservative Party.

Gold Engineer

R. STEPHEN SKELCHY has

returned to B,G. after a short
ncliday in Barbados, his second in
wo years. Stephen who was bori
in Malaya is a mining engineer
who works with a gold mine some
150 miles inside B.G.’s ‘hinter-
land,’ He left on Wednesday eve-
ning by B.W.1.A. During his stay
here he was a guest at the Hast-
ings Hotel.

Social Evening

HE Barbados Extra-Mural

Association of the University

College of the West Indies are

having a Social Evening at

Queen’s College to-morrow night
at 8 o’clock.

I cannot find out what the party

is all about but from all account

it should be a good evening's fun

Chief Accounfant

T present holidaying in Bar-
4 bados are Mr. and Mrs. David
Logan and their three children.
Mr. Logan is Chief Accountant at
Kwakwani Bauxite Co., British
Guiana. They are guests at the
Ocein View Hotel.

Another visitor from BG. hol-
idaying here at the moment is
Mrs. James Bee, whose late hus-
band was a former manger of

Albion Pin.
At The Museum

OGETHER with the Exhibi-
tion of photographs taken by
the Barbados Camera Club, which
opens at the Museum to-morrow
there is also an exhibition of
Roman Britain arranged by Mr.
Guy T. Barton, M.A. Mr. Barton
is a keen archaeologist, and this
hobby has been responsible for his
visiting many of the important
Roman sites in Britain, He has
arranged the exhibition to illus-
trate the main features of the
Roman occupation of Britain.
There are many outstanding
photographs of local interest in
the Camera Club's Exhibition,
which it is to be hoped will be-
come an annual event.



THE ADVENTURES





T
c

MR. E. R. L. WARD
—a new appointment.

New Appointment
MoM“ E. R. L. WARD, Second

Puisne Judge, British Guiana
has been appointed Puisne Judg:
in Trinidad. In 1944 he wis
Judge of the Assistant Tourt of
Appeal in Barbados

Leaving To-day

EV. and Mrs. Ivor Jones and

their three children who have

been holidaying in Barbados since

July 25th are due to return to

Tobago to-day. T’gey will fly via
Trinidad by B.W.LA.

Rev Jones is Princival of
Bishop’s High School in Tobago.

Mrs. Jones is the former Anna
Sealy daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
T. E. Sealy of Worthing, with

whom they were staying

Studying Medicine

contributed by West Indians.”

graduate in
Ccllege, London University, writes
short stories and has contributed
to the
Union magazine.

West Indian students. He enjoyed
werking in the Colonial Office, he
says but
work.

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W. I. Keenness
M" W A RICHARDSON, |
1V2 newly-appointed B.B.C. Pro- |
duce of the West Indian pro- |
gramme, says West Indians in}

showing great keen- |
ness in submitting scripts for |
broadcast talks etc. In fact, he
said, “quite a substantial part of
the items in our programme are

Britain are

honours
King’s

Mr. Richardson, an
English of

West Indian Students’

Before taking up his present
appointment at the B.B.C, last
nonth, he was Assistant liaison
ficer at the Colonial Office for

prefers broadcasting

Bailey Celebration
ACDONALD BAILEY’S re-

equalling the world’s record for
the 220 yards flat race has thrilled
his compatriots in London. To
honour the occasion, a group of
‘Nest Indians held a party last
week in one of the city’s night
clubs.

Health Reasons

R. H. O. EMTAGE flew to

Trinidad on Wednesday eve-
ning by B.W.1.A. on his way to
the U.S. for health reasons, He}
was accompanied by his son Dr.
George Emtage.

Antigua and Jamaica |

M*. B. A. T. WILLIAMS, re-
tired Ccmptroller of

toms, returned from Antigua by

Cus- | star,

et tli a i i i i A

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

RIBEON IS BACK
IN FASHION

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London Express Service



Linda Darnell Tells |
Of Jca Hurricane

(kiom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Sept. 5,
Linda Darnell, Hollywood film
will describe some of the}

scenes she saw in Jamaica's

R. MICHAEL GODDARD, son B.W.LA, yesterday evening after |hurricane last month when she |

of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. God-
dard of “Heathfield”, Pine Hill
expects to leave to-day by the
Student for England. He is study-
ing medicine at Sydney Sussex
College, Cambridge. He 1s now
beginning his second year.

Back To Guadeloupe
RS. ARMAND ROBIN ac-
companied by her daughter

Andre and her grand-daughter
are due to return to Guadeloupe
to-day by B.W.1LA. after about
three weeks’ holiday in Barbados.

OF

paying a visit to his daughter Mrs. |
Joyce McGuire. |

Mr. Williams who left the island
about a month ago also paid a
visit to Jamaica looking up many
of his old friends.

Incidental Infelligence

appears in “In Town Tonight” on:
the BBC on Saturday, Stage and|
screen stars Noel Coward and|
Terence Rattigan will be among
those meeting at the West India
Committee on Monday to discuss}
a special show they are planning}
for the hurricane relief fund,

EEK little mar: to doctor: “T ATOM-AGE SHIP WILL

think what's really bother-
ing me is a pain in the neck. But
I don’t suppose there's anything
I can do about her.” — Hank
Ketcham in Collier's.
—L.E.S.



PIPA

Coovricht . P.101 Var Dias Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber

A MAN who has been trying
for three years to obtain the nose-
print of a grasshopper succeeded
yesterday. This opens up—But one
moment! I am not at all sure
what it does open up.

If it is found that no two nose-
prints of grasshoppers are identi-

CROSS

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Actus

i Just « Whisper pnat relations are
Upeet at the nish (7)
(orem Chat band y (5)
, “‘esiand bird that star®
mene (4)
U when a Qurse Dreaks reins, (7)
a ootter ‘t “a



5 brings « dunce near patience, (9}
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2 tt 1 nu importance. (9)

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> Prurt (6)

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ts a puloter, (6)
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eal, then the filing and classifica-
tion can begin. If they are all the
same, then he who has seen onc
has seen them all. Anyhow, the
noseprint of a grasshopper is so
small that the ordinary man, going
about his daily work or pleasure,
need not pay over much attention
to it
ENTER U Nevah
mese tronmonger.
The Hidden
Rhinoceros (V)
HOW were the secret police of
Budapest to connect that body of
1 dead man found in the cellar of
a cafe-proprietor of Andrassy-
street, with the comings and go-
ings of Spittin-el-Khuspidor, the
swarthy Arab agent?
Prodnose : Well, how were they
to? And what deaq man?
Myself: You really must not
barge into the story like this.
It makes the whole thing absurd.
Leave me to answer my own ques-
tions in my own time.
Prodnose: One would like to
be sure that you have a logical
story prepared, You seem to
me to be writing this as you go





No, a Bur-



HOLD YOUR BREATH

along. It is developing very slowly,
and, so far, I have understood
hardly anything of it, What about
the rhinoceros in the title?

Myself; There you go! Can't
you see that we have quite enough
characters in play at present
without bringing in an animal?
Besides, the rhinoceros is hidden,
as the title says. Please withhold
your criticisms until the story is
finished, Suppose every writer had
an oaf hanging over his shoulder
and arguing with him, The whole
business would become impos-
sible,

Prodnose ; Very well. I accept
your explanation. Pray go ahead.

Give Suet Time

F Charlie Suet’s Co-ordinating

Fuel Committee, at its first

few sessions in October, can decide
what subjects to place on the
agenda for the December meetings,
it is thought that by June 1952
the Committee may be in a posi-
tion to start inquiring into the
causes of this winter's crisis. In
the higher ranks of the Civil
Service there is a proverb which
says: “Give Suet time, and there's
nothing he can do.”



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(From Our Own Correspondent)

_GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4,

Parents and children in tears, as well as parents with
clenched fists, stormed primary-schools and the Education

Department on Monday as
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hundreds of children were re-
y of the new school year.

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dos and the United Kingdom is
increasing rapidly.

Hon. John Fernandes, manu-
facturer of “Jofer” Charcoal, and
the largest producer, explained
that while the Government con-
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better price, but they are always
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Government,

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May «ft, 1951, because of the rise
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at $1.44 per bag. Charcoal deal-
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employees. Charcoal is produced
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(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4.



Dr. B. B. G. Nehaul, Govern-
ment Bacteriologist has given the
Pc le Water Supply Scheme a



s certificate, and arrange-
ments are being made for form-
aily declaring the Scheme open
some time this month.

Dr. Nehaul carried out bacterio-
logical examinations of the water
for a period of five months, and in
his report to the Commissioners,
the results have indicated a con-
sistently high standard.

Recent daily samples have
shown no evidence- ef -peHtution,
He declared the water as safe for

drinking. Daily tests, however,
would.be carried on
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scheme in operation, the Govern-
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Grenada Action
Committee Open
lection Campaign

bom Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, Sept. 4.

Spearheaded by T. A. Marry-
show, Grenada’s Action Commit-
tee last night fired their first

election salvo in the capital draw-
ing a rival crowd of M.M.W.U.
dimensions despite Gairy’s sug-
gestion last week that the people
do not attend lest there be booing
and arrest

.

Marryshéw.. exploded Gairy’s
propaganda ‘Tine that the Action
Committee represented capitalists.
Candidates it supported were
largely labourites of the Grenada
Workers Union with the excep-
tion of Hon, Noble Smith whose
record in the ptbiic service was
unaffected by his possessions and



his sympathies were always
Labour.
Marryshow said he differed

strongly with certain members of
the Action Committee on various
matters, but when Grenada’s
reputation is at stake, its economy
endangered and true trade union
principles violated he stood firmly
beside all persons of goodwill
prepared to end the evil trend.

He confessed that on
return to Grenada he was pre-
pared to work beside him
saw the big chance he had to do
great good but after this experi-
ences during the sugar belt strike

Gairy's

which preceded the last general
strike he withdrew from the
Association because of his dis-
taste of the unconstitutional pro-
cedure to achieve aims—sugges-
tions of looting and violence.

He never thought the day
would come when Grenadian
would contribute money to an

organisation not questioning its
keeping or its use fearing to say

moo, and seeing their associate
jailed without an effort in their
defence and without asking “where
has the money gone?”

The. Action Committee would
go to every part of the island
withotit . fear of molestation

thanks to the stringent election
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BG. WILL START

COCOA EXPERIMENTS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4,

The preparation of a cocoa nursery, a pre-requisite for
extens've experiments to prove whether or not cocoa can be

produced in British Guiana on an economic scale, ij

S al pre-

sent under*way at the back of the Botanical Gardens. The

plot will cover an

the Colony,

“Stay-in-Strike”
Reviewed

LONDON
Reviewing the welfare of Colo-

nial stents in Britain, a “New
Comm vealth” editorial com-
ments on the power of the Direc
tor of Colonial Scholars and th:
Status of Colonial Office liaisor
officers in charge of Colonial

students

The subject is raigea in connec
on with the letter sent in J@y by
the Director of Colonial Seholat
to scholarship holders coneerned

in the “stay-in strike” at Han
Crescent “New Commonwealth
observes; “Mr, Keith may have

the right to use this fogn of per-
suasion, but it may be aSketl
whether it is fair to him, and con-
ducive to good relations with the
students, to place a United King-
dom Government official, even on
the authority of Colonial legisla-
tures, in the position of appearing
to exert an arbitrary direction
over the careers of scholarship
holders “i
Officers’ Status

The article goes on to describe
he status of liaison officers as “ins
determinate” and their relation«
ship vis-a-vis the British Council
as not “of a kind readily explain.

observer or the

t

able to the

comer
Despite the

nial Office

wealth

new-

efforts of the Colo-
the “New Common-«
points out, the enigma of
Colonial students in Britain re-
mains unsolved and suggests that
“the clarification of the position of
various agents employed on stu-
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Cuts In Civilian
Goods Likely In U.S.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 5

The Government announced
further cuts in materials for
civilian goods today, and said that
the pinch will become “desperate’

if the eopper strike continues.
Affective as from October }

steel fo refrigerators, home

washers household appliances

television, radio set
will be cut from
pre-Korea use

Copper supplies will be
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50% to 46%
stainless steels, needed for air-
plane jet engine will be avail-
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Technical Education (ooo ee.
i and vanufactured gods
THE need for technical education on a 7 are expected to give ® good
dezi of thought to the yee ibility
broad scale was emphasised by the discus- | ¢y alcutas eae catteee Se
sion raised in the Chamber of Commerce ef raw materials in the Common-
: weath to obviate the need te
during the week, and the suggestion made | yee eee these van Se °
that a beginning should be made at riais from the dollar area ana
“ : : her , ‘urreney count:
Combermere School will find general | ©" ard currency countri
support A few months ago thi righit
Ther: ll i t i have been considered cesivable
nere is still a disposition to postpone any sim} for the sake of the cx-
decision on the establishment of a technical err defence
i I but since then a new
school because of the cost. There can only | \¢ con for ur ney has a sonia
be one answer to this sophistry. If technical | Tie shift im the terms cf trade
: os q - “Vs eee egainst the United Kingdom, fol-
education is to equip people in this island lowed by a recession in the price
for posts for which they are not now quali- of many sterling area commodi-
field, and if it will tend to lessen unemploy- oe 2 ee rego ae Tine of
ment and to assist in industrialisation then gold and dollars resulting from

its benefits cannot be measured in terms of
money. It is not to be argued however that
public funds must be spent irrespective of
the cost of the scheme. The money spent on
technical edi:cation is not an investment, it
is expenditure which will yield handsome
returns.

technical
schools in this island is being pressed upon

The necessity for establishing
us from two separate and distinct sets of
circumstances. I't must be clear to every-
one who takes any interest in the general
standard of living and work the
standard of artisans has seriously deterior-
ated and that the number of
workmen is not large enough to replace
those who are going out.

The bursary system the
Government but
because it suffers from limitations, both in
scope and finance, touches only the fringe
of the problem. With the limited number
trained under this system the deterioration
cannot be arrested.

that

young

instituted by

renders good service,

In the second place, it is obvious now that
many people who send their children to
secondary schools, do so, not because they
are mentally equipped to make the fullest
use of the educational facilities or because
they intend to pursue a scholastic career to
the university, but because they believe
that attendance at a secondary school for a
period of years is the only way of securing
a job of a higher social status. It is not
farfetched to say that education in this
island has been allowed the wrong bias and
the doctrine of the dignity of labour has
been lost. Its place has been taken by a
mistaken snobbery attached to the open
sesame of certificates rather than the real
value of education.

The establishment of a technical school
at Combermere would reduce the pressure
on many of the secondary schools because
pupils who now scramble at school certifi-
cates until they’ are 18 or 19 years of age
would at the stage of 11 plus, begin their
technical education and in five years would
be equipped for some well paid post, This
would also provide the island with techni-
cally trained personnel to fill the jobs for
cally trained personnel to fill not only
those jobs for which others are now im-
ported, but also the posts which would
become available in the event of industria-
lisation,

It is not enough to invite people to
establish industries in this island merely
because there is a plentiful supply of cheap
labour. It should be our boast that when in-
dustries are established labour of any kind
as well as the technical knowledge can be




















of rubber, tin, anna

to a stop; and ur

the high prices
wool, has come

need to go on importing large
quantities of American raw mate-
rials will undoubtedly becor



on our reserves,








increasing drain
This drain mz be accelerated if
we are deprived of the product
of the Abadan refinery and have
to spend more dollars on oil.
Under the pressure of combined
raw material and dollar shortage,
the ministers vill undoubtedly
examine the possibility of solving
these problen la iv that has
met with some success in the past
In short, they will comb the Com-
monwealth for new sources of
supply. But in so doing they may
be exposing the sterling area to
1 new set of problems for the
future through the distortion of

the normal pattern of trade.



These dangers are discussed by
Political and Economic Planning
an independent research organi-
sation, in a recent report on the
sterling area’s policy and pros-
pects.

The first danger, according to
P.E.P., lies in the encouragement
of new industries and raw material
supplies which, if more free
trading were to become possible,
would prove uneconomic This,
it says, is the basic weakness of
our oft-proclaimed uce in
“developing alternative source:

of supply” in the sterling area.

As an example, P.E.P. cites the
case of the setting uv of a motor
industry (both for issembling

and full manufacture)
lia.

in Austra-
“There will soon be a grave

danger,” it warns, “that new or
expanded industries in which
there has been much investment
will go bankrupt, or, equally de-

plorable, that present disguised
protection will be regularised,
r

asa

esult of sectional interest or pres-



sure, and that consumers will be
denied non-sterling goods which
they would prefer te huy.”

By

RONALD BOXALL
It admits that there may be an
economic justification for protec-
tion, of whatever kind, on the
“infant industries’ argument -
that new firms should be protected

while they pass through an initia!
period of high costs, provided thay
their costs may be expected to
become competitive in the future.
But the proviso is important, it
adds.

The report goes om : “The pol-
icies governing the groundnut
scheme show how easily govern-
ment-promoted bodies ignore the

long-term economic arguments in
favour of immediate probwems
which may have largely disappear-

ed before their plans come to
fruition. The possibility that the
favour of immediate problems

pound may one day be revalued
upwards should enforce very
great caution’on those responsible
for planning specific dollar-saving
projects.”

The present pound-dollar ex-
change rate has stimulated the
development of alternative sources
of supply within the sterling area.
But P.E.P. argues that it pro-
vides a “natural” incentive only
where there are prospects of pro-
ducing at costs which are strictiy
limited. The same rigorous selec-
tion might be imposea when new

production is promoted by more
“artificial” means, but it is less
likely to be.

P.E.P.’s argument seems to be
based on the assumption that if
the development of new sources
of raw materials in the Common-

wealth were a sound financial and
economic proposition, private en-
terprise would have stepped in
long ago To a certain extent this
may be true, but it is wrong to
suggest that the governments of
the Commonwealth countries
would be fools to rush in where
private enterprise fears to tread.
If that argument were accepted
many of the useful plans that have
been laid since the end of the war
to develop backward areas would
be so much wasted effort.

But, at the same time, it is
obvious that if governments at-
tempt to solve the short-term
problems of supply by sinking
immense sums in the development
of new Commonwealth primary
producing industries that may
prove to be uneconomic when the
supply position becomes easier
they will be running grave risks.
In the present situation any dis-
cussion on whether to embark
upon the large-scale development
of new raw material-producing
industries must begin with certain
necessarily arbitrary assumptions.
If the Commonwealth ministers
are convinced that raw material
shortages are likely to continue
for some years to come, they will
be fully justified in furthering



schemes for developing alternative
sources of supply to supplement
present werid production and also
to slow down the drain on sterling
area dollar reserves. But if, on
the other hand, a consideration
of the stresses and strains of the
world political and economic sit- |
uation leads them to the con-
clusion that scarcities wil! shortly
disappear they will no doubt ex-
ercise the utmost caution

alternative sources of supply.
This will be an extremely diffi-

cult decision to make. At the
moment, many raw materia
markets are still dominated by

American demand, Some prices—
notably those of tin, rubber and
wool—have already receded irom
the high levels reached last
spring, and last month, for the
first time since the outbreak of
war in Korea, United Kingdom
import prices dropped slightly.
But the experience of the tin are
rubber market, where Arnerican
stockpiling purchases have beer
suspended in order to force’ dow:
prices, has been a warning t
other raw material producers
whose recent high earnings have
been largely due to the fantastic-
ally high .evel of American de-
mand. As stockpiles are complet-
ed, a large demand will be with-
drawn and prices will begin to
drop, unless this demand is re
placed—as it may well be—-by
private and government demand
as armament programmes gather
momentum. The raw materia!
outlook is clouded with uncertain-
ties, and it will be greatly to their
credit if the Commonwealth min-
isters are able to make an accurate
forecast of future prospects.

Political and Economic Plan-
ning also question another gener
ally accepted aspect of British
economic policy-—-the dollar ex-
port drive, which, it says, may)
prove neither profitable nor eco-
nomie in the long run.

“The official policy of fostering
dollar exports,” it says, ‘at the
expense of exports to the sterling
area has only recently been ques
tioned in official quarters, and wa:
accepted by Mr. Gaitskell as late
as last June. But it is surely
obvious that it is equally useful
to supply the sterling area with
the goods it was accustomed to
buy from Britain before the war,
as it is to export them to America
and, by doing so, force sterling
area countries to America for their
needs. Both contribute equally to
eliminating the dollar shortage.
When serving the American mar-
ket involves a drastic change in
the style of goods produced, or
requires much heavier marketing
expenditure than would be needed
in supplying the sterling area
(where British firms have long
experience), there can be little
doubt where the true economic
advantage lies.”

ABADAN

Britain will make good this lost of oil—but it will cost us
£10.000.000 (in dollars) a

LOSS of our Persian oil supplies

will not put petrol back on the
ration in Britain,

But motorists who had looked
forward to “pool” being replaced
by petrol of pre-war quality can
forget those hopes

For a time our petrol may be
of even poorer grade than it is
now ind the price may be higher

Breakdown in Persia means the
loss of 25,000,000 tons a year
petrol and other refined oil from
Abadan, plus 7,000,000 tons of
crude oil

You can reckon
being equal to one ton
every 17 which the free
is at present consuming
when oil consumption is
everywhere, the task of
it good will not be easy.

that loss as
out of
world

And
leaping
making

Thank Free Enterprise









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By BERNARD HARRIS

fields—notably from Kuwait, that
parched, pocket-sized sheikdom
which nestles in the north-west
corner of the Persian Gulf.

Five years ago hardly a drop of
cil came out of Kuwait. Last year

produced more than half
much as Persia-—17,000,000 tons.

This ar it is producing at the
rate of 22,000,000 tons—and is still
on the up and up



as



In Saudi Arabia, which is do-
minated by the Americans output
has shot up to an annual rate of

22,000,000 tons, against 26,000,000
last year. More oil, too, is com-
ing out of Iraq.

It is from these countries—with
maller increases in Bahrein and
Qatar—th&® the oilmen hope to
make good half the loss of Persian
oil.







month
motor in
quality.

Vast New Refineries

But that will be only a tempor-
ary phase. By a stroke of good
fortune the Persian crisis has been
delayed until vast new refineries in
Britain and Western Europe are
coming into operation.

Three years ago only 3,500,000
tons of oil were being refined in
Britain. Then the great oil groups
started on a £125 million building
programme to raise our refinery
capacity to 20,000,000 tons a year—
roughly equal to our present con-
sumption.

Some of those new plants have
already started work. Next month
Mr. Attlee will open the biggest
of them all—the £37,500,000 Esso
refinery at Fawley, on Southamp-
ton Water.

THAT PLANT WILL ADD

spirit may be poorer







So far as Britain is concerned, c nad H 6,500,000 TONS A YEAR TG
supplied in Barbados. This is the only we depended on Persia last year anada xreat Hope BRITAIN'S OUTPUT OF
Pp i ‘ee a Re wing for one ton in every four of our . ' — : PETROL, FUEL OIL, PARAF-
means of raising the standard of living in crude oil and one ton in every , And the other half? That will FIN, DIESEL ONL, "BUNKER
an agricultural community dependent | five of our imported petrol. lave to come from the world’s FUEL, AND LUBRICATING
a | (You have to be a pretty en- older oilfields across the Atlantic, OIL.
upon sugar alone, | thusiastic moiorist $o burn up a eoeee: oh ap in Venezuela has It is fortunate that it should be
; | ton of petrol a year. It repre- een 5 epped up to a new: peak coming into operation at this
There is another and even deeper problem sents 300 gallons—enough for ns the’ US. wale ‘ critical time—three and a_ halt
: fo . ; ‘ > ~s in ¢ rerare I e Jo, itse more crude hs al d of sc’ 1
to be solved. The idea is growing that the 10,000 miles in an average small : can Tabac ae 3 months ahead of schedule,
; ‘ eet ; car.) oil than ever before is being Without the enterprise of the
only hope for the West Indies is federation. This tha Novdict ‘ot the: oil eres hoy 9 ere ee 1S @ oil groups, Premier Mossadeg
+ gre; ope F J re. y , “or
If and when federation does come there will chief sr Ree. —— a pu ne, vn eee on
: % ; F » v - ; - . & monin ration of 90 miles o:
be population adjustments in order to im- “SUPPLIES IN BRITAIN ut bs cannot vos a eas ‘aheatare” motoring—he would
. on TIAHT . car or fly an airplane on crude 7 ’ ra
prove the economy of the area. Barbadians , bt a BE ieee aatt ay: si ’ I on cruce’ have condemned you to go without
: M S. v 7E SHALL hei bes é any petrol at all.
who have no technical training would GET BY.” ae ti = "y2,000°000 ys ot Rationing will be avoided, but
. en additiona 2, ons © * 343 k r
merely be hewers of wood and drawers of | Pie aI Bilin tars) 9 crude oil, can it quickly replace reed eee ae the tremend-
; iat on optimis OU sie op eel seta ous loss which Mossadeg has in-
water supplying the cheap labour for the | ! t yank. the foresigth of the hon nfl ome hogar Ae en Miebad on 1s ossadeg has in
P y which may be lost a adan? a
area. We should have made little or no {| ‘'*e ¢ yarn e pn companies ; Maney poe eae BaD Abadan not merely saved
\ Even befc the Persian cris WITH IMPROVISATIONS Millions of dollars a year. It
contribution to the progress of the West | hit the headlines, they were lay- SAY THE OILMEN, THE AN- earned us millions of dollars.
Indies and should have deservedly fallen | ne a pl ea ase such SWER IS YE HOUGH, FOR we until we cin obtain much
preakdow? 1a ow aome \ SHORT TIME, IT MAY BE sreater quantities of sterling oil
) at standard for which we have been ibout eee ae : 1 ' : Os
from that sté 1 fi | bou CESSARY TO DRAW ON from the Middle East, Britain ana
admired. tap ae do they ne os aptasn STOCKS, the Empire will be faced with a
‘ the oil to replace the 82,000,00( monthly bill of around £10,000,000
Barbados can still be saved from this ve | tons which will no longer flow — Some refineries will have to be in dollars for oil bought from
by the institution of technical education be- oe of Per fo Half of it, they run above their rated capacity. To American sources, We can ili
ae cha ha Rh | believe, can be got trom the gush- obtain maximum output, process offord those dollars
fore it is too late. / ers of the other Middle East oil- may be speeded—which is why ‘ —L.ELS.
eR nists ssvssteessasseseaseasnsinansunensneaastunsnesseninnsesemmasinesiiescie
0 Read Say
ur eaders Say
C ey : pulsion: I could nearly universal insurance were the chief objections to compulsion
ompulsory insurance, better be achieved adually achieved voluntarily, this sudden breaks down. That is an issue
hein Ee oe ; ; (rough voluntary — actic and mpact would not take place and which will be put to the test now
To The Editor, The Advocate— ad ioe vt incidental tgestion perhaps, as a point out, premi- that Government, as you inform
‘ e 3 we that in the meantime the occas- um rates would be inclined to fall s, is invitin, uotations, There is
SIR,—1 thank you f : . 5 ; DAs He ae et ree
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“4 : ETH as Peer with through charitable channels, grew watching, however. Legislation
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a teas ay aes a ae ‘ : te y tnat nings ; 1 mes ance compan- vehicle) In comparing new
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clopment Of Empire



The trai! of the runaway reds leads
Sefton Delmer to the Austro-Hungarian
border. Last night he telephoned from

a timber shack about

How 16 OF Us Escaped:

CAMP WAGNER.
Sixteen men are around me in this little

shack.

One is a grey-bearded old farmer.

on a chair with his head bowed, staring at

in}

the floor.

but for their shorts.
Easily they talk of America, Australia, and ,
the jobs they hope to get.

Tibor here, who is in the army, arrived home
on leave so that he could come with us.” 1%
Zot out together.
specially picked by
chiefs as reliable jailers for the Hungarian |
deople. : |
Their job was to patrol the wire and shoot |
at anyone they found trying to get through. |

“They told
material.”

the others.
silent and stricken with grief.

tragedy. With him were his wife and daugh
ter. the crossing point they were}
discovered.
They became separated as, in the darkness,

each tried to make a break for freedom. |

odds that his wife and daughter would turn
up in this camp, to which all new arrivals
are consigned by the Austrian authorities.
But five days have now gone by and still ||
there is no sign of them.

they decided to get out.
form to those I have had from all the men
I have talked to in the course of this inquiry
—whether they are from Poland, Czechoslo-
vakia, Hungary,

because they
military
prospect of release,
due to become soldiers.
at the beginning of September. |

to be made to fight on behalf of their coun-|
try’s enemies.

ing everywhere, the arms the Russians are}
pouring into our country, the Soviet missions |
who have taken charge of our army.”

serving the enemy. |

er by trade.
from him.

one of the young men said that his farmer-|
father as a punishment for staying out of the |
collectives, was being forced to deliver from
his small-holding so much grain a year as a|
tax that there was not enough left for his}
family to live on.

They have taken off their shirts and are %
standing and lying around, brown and bare |%

hey have all of them within the last weeks, |

sut their way through the 9ft. high haved ‘
wire entangled wall that surrounds Hungary | §
and have

escaped into the British zone of

Austria—and freedom.

THE GUARDS

Five came over together

rom Sopron since May. But we waited till

The two cheerful men in bed over there
They were frontier guards |
Hungary’s Communist|

“We both had our first papers taken out
‘or joining the party,” laughs one of them.



=,

He sits|

The others are all youngsters. Not}
selecting schemes for developing of them is over 25.

Like the old man, | :

Some of them came all by themselves, like| ¢
the tall 20-year-old youth from Budapest| ,
who has a year in Communist prisons behind | 4
aim.

in one party.| ¢
“There were four of us planning to escape | §

us we were good Communist |



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from Budapest who had been arrested by the |

Communists in October 1948.



room.”
over from the war.

hope that I might use it against the Com- |
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| notorious

Marko-street prison,
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he said quite simply. “It was a left-|

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Andrasy-street headquarters of |

the secret police—searchlights playing on his |

face, hanging by the wrists, and all the rest.
YEAR IN JAIL

Then, a further interrogation in the|

after
he was sentenced to a}

I am surprised they let him out. But they |

did. He had to report once every fortnight}
when he
month.

was set free: later, once every|

He could not get a job. For with his prison |

record no State enterprise would take him}
on—and in a Socialist State that is that. |

So he had to live on his parents. His}

mother had a job in one of the nationalised |
concerns as a typist.

His father was an ex-

'
| civil servant with a small pension.

Three times the deportation gang called on

;neighbours in the block of flats where he}
and his parents lived to take them off to the}

eastern

provinces, where death by starva-

| tion awaits them.

friends I wondered

“Each time,” he said, “when I helped my

when our turn would

come.”

The method of deportation was irregular.
1es the police weuld call and s 24
warnin In the oo they

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BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE FIVE



—_—— a. eee

Christ Church Vestry Take Evelyn's Tender [ynasan

When bathing
PLEA FOR REVISION OF WINDOW.BY-THE.SEA your dog... .
ESTIMATES REJECTED ) |

JUST BEFORE the contract was to be signed yesterday
giving Mr, A. Evelyn the work to build a pavilion at Sar-
geant’s Village where the Christ Church Vestry will estab-
lish a playing field, Mr. Evelyn suggested ta, the Vestry that
as prices of materials had risen since he had made out his







Pineapples
Increase VN Se
Fruit Supply

FAIR QUANTITY of pine

ys ry \



+ apples which were broug! 5
; i \
estimates, they should take that into consideration from some of the other West In- \ ;
The Vestry, however, was de- ——— dian islands a few days ago, has t

cided that they had hurried the
matter to prevent that and thoug!

that Mr. Evelyn should have aaa Intercolonial

provision for the cost of

of materials in his . reantee Trade Lulis

to get

6. During the past few months,
there has been a marked lull in
i the trade that Barbados offers
they intercolonial vessels,

made the fruit supply somewha
better than it was last week. Mo
sellers have them in their stoch
along with the moderate amour
of grapefruit and oranges h
are to be had now the season hi

just started use

Peasants of the country wh«
own pear trees have been seliin

cinatede seer aren Sek 1 * "Petmosol’ Soap





{OPP een

The contract y
and Mr. Evelyn
the pevilion bui
His tender of $9,936 was the
which the Vestry had receiy

Mr. Fred Goddard said tl











had taken the possibility “Around this time every year pear tree growing on good soil |
crease in the price of materia there is a fall off in the trade ill bear over 1,500 pe M ; |
into consideration and had there- 2&r schooners and motor vessels peasant from St. Thomas told the ae FOR THES! REASONS — ‘ Tetmosol’ Soap contains

fave dealt with ihe a a ply between Barbados and Advocate yesterday, *'Tetmosol’, a safe yet potent medicament which quickly
peditiously. When they we Gan = tol eae erage With this quantity of local peers kills fleas, lice and other skin pests

esha g the tenders that Ne gana 1 eae nea for! around, most sellers have then The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed,
about the rising ¢ f mater 7 . : : ‘

t among their fruit supply.
was brought ut Chie is the fact that Barbados has « PL

and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-injurious





rh mang season i almost
Wate ors Aen) little intransit cargo at this time SSRATiU aie Wit & few aelluie- atti to both man and domestic animals.
ment funds,” he said, “n yams ne. Saves by these vessels, have some to sell *Tetmosol’ Soap also encourages the growth of a
ae ose aoa t Nhe eeaere Speaking of the trade between There.are a good quantity « healthy, glossy coat
Oo Government for more money



b ‘ E be é é Pp a Mt i sen
Barbados and British Guiana, the inanas on the market at preser

Be : . 7 ‘ '

Saae cae Can cate cine Barnados and British Guiana, the ie x at tite Godson aot ear be TETMOSOL' SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 0Z. TABLETS
ow } a. oe . , re ro ” g ripen ¢ o's
We feel that in doing this you British Guiana now-a-days —an THIS NEW “window-by-the-tea” was recently opened between the Gas Company and the Barbados Ice gin to ripen and land owners ¢ A product of Imperial Chemical (Pharmaceuticals)

should have made provision for jtem which forms the principal Company. Labourers are levelling the spot while a masou plasters the three-foot wall. the country have begun to bring Limited :-

the rising cost of materials.” part of the cargo that schooners hem to town



4 subsichary compar f Imperial Chem I Led.
Mr. C. B. PBrandford iid oh ui y pany pe

wanted + endorse Mr. Godd rd ees Barbados from British HOW THE New “Window By s “9” Near A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbados) Ltd., Agents.

views. At the time they were Jon

4 : “\T ; ~ ° om 16,000 HAS BEEN released | —— —_—__——
sidering the tenders, he had He xplained that British {) | , A\Y k . T k . . | “s > a ij és
ween s thet they i arg ea) Guiana at font ago finished DEANERY Gas or Ss a es s lape the Government for repair cm

with them a ( pe roads damaged by floods. This |) === SSS SN ere

















s soon as possible » reaping her rice crop and is now z ] ry ‘ ct .C . } t )
as to avoid just what Mr. Evelyn rearing a new rice crop, so that \ AS BOUGHI ANOTHER “window-bv-the-sea” is beginnini vas announced 6, the Actin i} : ae
Al o window the é s n g } ’ 1
) HARRISON'S proav sr. |
( ia





to take Financial Secretary yesterday )
had then brought ) schooners can get only a cargo of z 4 + Z tae : né § ‘ ‘
Fe Hu as Re lief firewood and charcoal to bring For the Rectory at Martindale shape. This window is at a spot of land between the Gas The money will be spent to re- |
After d seats o iy f to Barbados. a l ree Company and the Barbados !ce Company at Bay Street, Par dam iged roads in all parts of )
After discussing a lt rom t . : Schoo yermission must be . he : * the islind, but the jorit it ?
ti . ; On Wednesday the schooner ce rmet tw ‘das st iwe ace »>Gas C ~~ 2 u ie majority of )
Acting Colonial Secretary 1ich Timothy AH Va eaetinii ar- Sranted by the present Rector of Hor ei my ' = me ne orage space by the Gas Company vill be needed in St. Andrew \
oF ae Sie te , oe fob Cc i ived from British ‘Guiana with St Michael This Rectory is A high wall which enclosed the spot has now been where damast has been extensive. )})
y to appc a Chair



cnly 500 bags of rice. When the /2@â„¢Miliarly known to Barbadians lowered to about three feet and there is an entrance to the

i au (( ‘
‘ th ricane lief Com-~ 3 ae " sanery i 55 ™ ] " a
ae pie td tet Com vice crop is in swing in British wee ee ry one oo 1953 it ares Ihe land has been levelled. A canal on the south i} RANSOME S
5. th d 1 ‘t Guiana, the Vansluytman and Wl! be eae. OFF side, which leads the water

‘ : g # ; 1 A Be ‘ a ettiide , rom the Bay Land areas into YANON . J. HUTCHINS 5)
the Churchwarden would help see AbNOOIéra De aithfae tonnage A discussion as to making the d lo ¢ " UTCHINSON, )






























: { : x a " } ce eae
after the administering of the jardiy bring under 1,000 bags of Deanery a secondary school took the sea, is now being repaired. The little bridge over this wt formerly Dean of St hael iii FAMOUS
Relief, but that a clerk would this ‘commodity to ‘the island, Place when St. Michael’s Vestry canal has been repaired. Cathedral, hi been appointe NY
have to be employed to cover cor- Some schooners that usually bring eld a meeting earlier this week. At the back of this window the boats on this spot, but a tew idl Archdeacon of Barbados by the {{ “é "
respondence and other such work. rice from British Guiana here It was disclosed that the build- facilities for sea bathing seem still gather there to pl ard Lord Bishop. He succeeded th } ;

The Acting Colonial Secretary have been arriving recently with- ing was vested in the Dean and delightful Neither rocks nor games. ee Arc nano Shankland, {
said that particularly with the out supplies his successors. me were in the surf yesterday lo the south ow the Who has resignec )
experience of Jamaica before the r By an act dated July and even a child would have wall surrounding the Eye Werd x * LAWN
Government, it would be st if Harbour Dues High the St. Michael's Vestry taken a bath without fear has been lowered to about three Boe ey i en
the Vestry could discuss the mat- “It does not pay one to go to authorised to borrow from Gov- Opposite this window is a bit of feet. The other half of the wall ~“ were notified for the month
ter of getting a Chairman of the British Guiana and return to ernment the sum of £2,000 to jand owned by the Housing Board. i: still about five feet high of August, 1851: Enteric Fever 5 MOWERS
Hurricane Relief Committee. Barbados with merely a load of enable them to purchase a eo Formerly the wall surroun the other window-by-the Cuberculosis 6. )

- , ; “e ~ "COs sonage se the sh of St. ¥ ‘i } ’

Mr. Me Kenzie said that he firewood and charcoal, then to sonage house for the pari: this land was broken down by near Mr. Innis residence, E

‘ er g sive « help spend over s ; here dis- Michael. This loan was to be re- : -rossing . low : : j . , COMPLETE WITH
would be willing to give any help Spen Vv 1x s here dis . tal ae , people crossing the Bay Land. N over four small boats were hauled
he could, but he had no time to chars ing it ie é rae ae es yaa sas geet ° ‘ S a the Housing Board has’ lowered ) yesterday, 'Thi the firat ane twee } GRASS-BOX
ook after the great armount ¢ amount of harbour dues that one less than 25 u BS eo oe eS 6this wall to match the one opp dow ot ts or sdestrians will ) :
wt 2s c: len a Hi "4 d a } +} would have to pay during that charge on the rates of the parish. ‘ ; s awe rntoe ; with “Bt F ws ae le e 5 a 7. 7 * ' ‘ Oomac ) 9 "eS 7
correspondenc e had to 8 ek s iabrrek iets Rate: BA The Vestry took this money, site a>¢ an ¢ ance W ter leaving Bridgetown to (i 12° BLADES $38.17
Acting Colonial Secretary that the eee ny. ea ’ a aee oe ™ ’ ’ ha Iso been built. People wt travel elo Bay Street. It is very





noney ) ge ~ freight- and ¢ , Ww ive shillings bs ” :
Vestry were unable to get a cl money he would get for freight nd along with five iilling travel to the’ Bay Estate tia 1 tds

= ae : ing would not justify his making from Rev. Clarke, then Kector < ag ot +h wa } ’ cra 3 vt
since ; there wa 2 lot of COPE" the trip.” of St. Michael, they bought Street will find ha ne : ms th Two Years Hence
spondence and they would n The Captain further pointed Spring Field which was then more i ae ars ar ap a Yv M Pc ho 4 ee med told the
ut that with everybody having standing on one rood 20 perches SiSt those going to th a, el 8 prteloee E : a Anse
5 ees ‘ a al iy prea d , ; grounds to watch cricket. On Advocate:In a year o1 Qo whe!
Mr. Brandiord said that there to take a cargo of firewood and of land. , ‘a ee nc. As I return to Barbados I hope to
were plenty of public spirited men charcoal to Barbados, those com- By a second act, dated March whole this area now or . ' y; a : it 7 tn whieh ‘you
in Christ Church, but they did modities would be arriving in 1 13 the then Rector was tremely attractive and offer 1 all i pening vh



14” ‘i weve $89.47
Recommended with every
Confidence. For Service
and Satisfaction.

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have to do it themselves can"derive ‘the better prone

Mr. Mc Kenzie said he would

and one rood, 20 perches to ihe which in most cases is the cause of

t time until to- a wR oH Se ps a) the discomfort. Modern conditions
y Spring Field has been known A BR a ww & &

which give rise te nervous stress and
- r @ strain often cause stomach discomfort

@ Just Arrived! which should not be neglected
BISMAG quickly and efficiently





FITTED WITH BACK GUARD ® AIL, |

Rector. From th
willingly get in touch with tl



e A ;
various officers, but that was more or less the limit he intended going Car epalr Many Rectors have alreac

A clerk was definitely necessary






. . > . ee peo} ] cu “WLNdOW by- h “a
not want to work under the con- the island faster than there authorised to sell the forme pleasant look out to sea a tk da ia ceme “td a The 4p ud { (/
ditions that were then prevailing. Would be a demand for them, glebe lands and to use tna »a Filled In be very attractive if the authorities
He would suggest that Mr..Mc thereby making it difficult for money to purehase ether lands, ny np an Wu athads ould’ spend’ & little more mons
beat eu " . eae nttien uh iat 7 h a ras a » bree ater has ! te W a f
Kenzie take over ane saybety in aah eemaey, Sapeenet to get rid to take the place of those sold. ened at the “window” opposite on thon aren ind Bowers Route PLATFORM SCALES
his position as Churchwarden argoes, = ee ares A bat he are be plented and a bandstand couk
wei continue until the Vestry Looking around at the scant Separate weeds the General ea and i sig ; be pee ie at ie one opposite the |
came across some public spirited Careenage, the captain said On November 12, 1853 two sep- is now being filled in” i i 1 » General Hospital to give the ap serpy . :
person a “schooners also find it difficult to arate deeds were made in favour It is expected that a wall wi ‘ ar nk of ARG. Weniarade teat | BEST BRITISH MAKE
A clerk as needed and he #¢t intransit cargo to load for of the Rector of the Parish of St. taken a ee a Pee ah i : = 4 " k patients fromthe vi a -
ite Se ea + as: other ports around this time of Michael and his successors in that be built to the front oB Ne aca, , 7 od an eed vere is no need for you to suffer on shai we Sik viastie svrivee
would ne re a cleris Pore the year and so their captains office, One deed conveyed the 14 ‘stood that this “window” wil} Hospital would be able to hear the | agonising discomfort ‘after meals. TO WEIGH UP TO 10 CWT. WITH 28 Ibs. x 4 ozs.
be employec ey ¢é ed Gov- « ‘ Seracenie ol om 4 } ) resemble the Excplanade music in their war wan the DISMAG * (Bisurated Magnesia) will )
oy ; } 1y to pay the |nd it necessary to trade with’ acres of land and the other similar- closely esemble the E*planade, : ; ai ae ; 8 ( a IpAGe PH > TROR av sp (
We eat Nt thee woul; the ports through which they sa ~onveyed the dwelling house At present it is impossible for fish- patients from the Eye Department bring you quick relief by neutralizing IN SOLID BRASS BEAM—PLATFORM 32” x 19 ‘
clerk and did not get it, they would P > aa , ‘8 ing boat owners to haul up their will be actually on the spoi the excess acid in your stomach |

died at the Deanery. There a

Hich Standard NS Ck -@ a ponds on the grounds and it is| FRESH SHIPMENT OF mi relieves stomach pains, heartburn or }

sis . - 4 “ ye vy alms said that Rev, Clarke, the first & s 2 flatulence due to excess stomach

Christ Seinatels oud: Kt i st lic ‘ Rector to occupy the premises, | PURIN A q TULA & acid. Try it today
§ wh could fi public asa tink. “gules ae ; ase |

spirited people to work on. the Granted ponds.” He ate them ‘when there| (i 8

The

4



ate them when there
was » meat shortage or to change ie

ome Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, Acting hic diet

Christ Church had been so Judge of the Petty Debt Court of The Advocate was told yester-

nate in having a Chairman District “A”, yesterday gave day that the old Rectory—pre-

Professor Dash who had set so judgment for plaintiff M. D. vious to the present Deanery, ‘BISURATED’ MAGNESIA

ONLY $205.11
high a standard because he recog- Moore for the sum of £6 4/3 in was situated in the Station Hill} —Distributors. a te a Re, Uikid ies dthBinaialoes
nized the greatne f the job. the-case in which he claimed the | ia i Hi. Jason Jones & Co., Lid. aoe



ALSO
g CHICK FEEDE

Hurricane Relief Commit
real truth was that

you

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HARRISON'S “Tal Sscr”
district

The standard he set v ir above sum of £6 4/3 fr N. A. Bar- 4 B & | panne onus ————
the cuter i the « aetna vee nha Water Works, City, Ss a a & ws we a bas i r

COMPLETE WITH WEIGHTS
ONE EACH 25; 50; 100; 200 AND 2 x 300 LBS’







otto OPO’

ar e PDA LESSEE ESL OEO PPLE CEES LLOPLE IPP APE EO eer »,
The other parishes had found r repair to the motor car H : ] i ‘ M ‘
Chairmen, but they did i 2114. éalth Centre May ‘
real organisers as they in Barrow was also ordered to



e s im nbtii aint 7 ¥
Church had got. pay the costs of the court which I > O in ~d I l ’
Professor Dash had told t} amounted to £1 4/-. Mr. C. W. Be perie 5 10rl y
‘ : : ' : Sumberbat Attorne 4 plain- nt .
in his survey that it was ab = ee h, Atte atte for = ae The first of three health centre
, cee tiff Moore, said that on August : stablished i he
necessary to have a whole timé 5. 1949 Barrow rented the motor proposed to be established in th
secretary. car M-2114 from Moore for a island for the pul - Stishing
Government had no en fit tO week-end. aging, promoting and establishing
give them one and other vho On August 8 he came in with sereganes ed = ecaees
me help meena that they the motor car damaged. Barrow at ataaetae ey Een tO aaa
would want help. Public spirited said th: . avoid a @ seases, a) : t unc-
I I $ hat in trying to avoid a tion in January next year. This





BUY NOW AND SAVE!

Houbigant’s Celebrated French Colognes and Perfumes Assorted
Scents. Overstocked and reduced to clear:

aid
men could be found, but Govern- collision he ran into a wall and










LCOS SEEL I ECOG ILI







2 as sathar’ 43 » blam a co ; ander centre will be at Speightstown : : : ae A $1.50
mer Ms an dire i t ) e 5 Of ae d the right front fend The Director of Medical Ser- Colognes Scented Lge. Size Orig. Price $3.60 Now i ol |
ee ae : Sere etre ere eames ‘ pee nad vices told the Advocate yesterday Pe ae s 2 40 ‘5 0 |
eee Wath, mer spent Se a epee cee gee for that in the reorganisation of the ’ : na 1.56 60 |
thority from ernment to 1 ae ae of ere = "= medical services of this islend » ” Sm. : i : 5 1.50 |
a loan te 1irs to various expense. \ he conclusion cf ig cans IP a Ra ay * Lene aa a - 2.60 5
rerechial | het : ; wilt the repairs the mechanic sent in the rs ae 5 2 ght ba gh im = Lavender Water Lege. 0 99
“e 4 A ‘ } 11 ‘ine hé e acceptec Ove . 9 -
als ling the nurso2’ his bill which was presentod to © eng =o int r = pat aah = Fi Med. ,, 0» " 4 |
acd , an ‘factry Barrov farrow. accepted the CTMBERE, Suc tO Bnpienien 9 $m) 1.56 60
quartet Yesterday re" Vest i hout Fast and started Prineiple it is proposed to divide se i Sml. |
greed to the pla nd estima bi ithout question and started 4), island into three area Oo ; Ss 5 5.00 » SR
to pay and then stopped ae ¥ Le France Rose Perfume ’ ”
prepared by Mr. H. W. Clar 10F on Ba ani ike wa the area would comprise of the six : 8 00 6.60
the repairs and extension arrow was asked to pay the )orthern parishes—St. Peter, St. Quelque Fleur Perfume ig ; »
Pala -- - i : bill” ae h i bei James, St. Lucy, Andrew, St a 7 ‘ 6 60 ” 1.05 >
(ieee thetic eatin 64/3 put he never showed any Joseph and St. Thoma Anothe 4.00 9 00 $
iicntion of doing so i ; 7 “a .Chris an os ’ ’ s
. the four southern parishe i &
Haggatts Bridge Bearings Worn Church, St. Philip, St. George anneialetieels %
7 . and St. John. The tHird ar >
c E ° suse Z . . . ‘a eg % &
Under Repair ith, Arthur said that Cum Bridgetown and St. Michael KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES &
: batch asked him to repair the In each area a main hea $
During the recent heavy rains motor car M-2114. From exam- centre will be established. Thi y



much damage was d
and bridge
tricts. The gre
it Haggatts B

to



t \& OF at LLL OL *
tion of the car he noticed that Will be staffed by a medical officer ° CLL AAT ISAO OOOO IOI ee ROOeST':
; . : , ‘ ose C46 5teFo%oe" “4° ? VOR
ide bearings were dislocated Of health, four nurses, ONE | y HSMPSSODSIDIOODGDSS 0 FOG EEDA AAI IAL LG .
damasg Sinn Oheeies Bes . sanitar actor and the l .
" tage nd worn, the right front fender a ds pe - and the usual $
€ whole ¢ nd wheel damaged and the five SUPOrdinate Start. s

4CCuratea



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country very = tin.



detaj]



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‘

f ‘ to Use S;, ]
this bridge’s foundation \ wash- bolt heads in the gear case brok- Public Health Practice - e NPLicity Pat.
ed away by the riv The De= en off. He carried out repair “The purpose of the health, x % ee
partment of tligh _& Trans- and then rendered a bill centres, is to encourage, promote! % t
port is at present carrying out re- In his opinion the bolt heads and establish recognized stand ards| o %
pairs and a is expected to | could have been broken off if of publie health practice in the * x
EPPA GEe Mic tomorrow eve- the driver had not exercised prevention of diseases.” % %
ey ie soa Maine 26 proper care with his clutch. . “The work of the health centre 2 2
PR Ren ge si@orin J san week before Mr. ‘Cumberbatch enn.” on a Dire ctor $ 3 it
: 7 eee Ae . wie rot the ar im s had “w xe to establish clinics or Q s Sewino
ing the bridg Phis will alle he ote n it sy adeeseiess cerned = the care of the mother and child % COCKADE FINE RUM ea MARTELL erAney x R ue
greater water a} big it : Evans Hurdle said that Barrow and the treatment and care of % —s % 00k
noped DV se apr) me OFIGEe tought the car teehim ‘s preventable disea such a 3 PILCHARDS 1-11 au x
stselt ut Abe, ee ‘ay j plained that he had heard a venereal disease, tuberculosis, ete. !% , ORGONZOLA CHEES} per it w F

ats idge, near Walkers (aceking at the back of the car The organisation will also’ co-|% BACON .,...- per Ib. 1.00 %
a r . : hn he iid he had rented fron operate with the local govern 1X SWIF VIENNA SAIL ACH per t a3
Saar ete i out two w ts ( Moore He advised him to get it moat pode ee free te HONG CORN FLOUR 2 pki Gx %
make good the nage caused by repaired at once, The knocking to oft a aa iygi Z ‘ & K.Y. PEACHES ... . Beroe te ~
the February rair N the 1 in his opinion was due to some ’ b Sa? Oxy CF = sae the i& K. GOLO APRICOTS 30 t %
is again out-flanking this and it i worn part. e n = a oe ig at id 7 i%® DUTCH PEARS 10-07 i‘ % |
necessary t ) it another 4 I e givit ee Thi peroe: cere eres I POLAR ICING SUGAR sa per ph ic.
feet rk H hell told year ¢ conver ion and x ELITE SPAGHETTI IN MEAT SAUCE ¢ 2 % |
Morgaii Lewis road i the A to tions of the building purchased for; %’ pawAMAS GRUSHED PINEAPPLI per tt ae
at N the agg ee Bar ees i% UFILLIT BISCU rer ti AT S|
jama t of the ¢ . e hac It i hat the remaining|® pERLSTE ts ic. § 0 t
bor -Cast G t R atch ou th knocking he vO | b lished + 10 RI
ag I ed to fF ‘ bill centre f t ~ ~ IO; TE lz & 18 Broad street
! : ‘ — v ’ 7 + 7 r , . r, ‘ %
s STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. §
$ x
* *
Y £599 G9O9 SOOO OOOO IIL LAL LILA ED
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HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON



MICKEY MOUSE

NOTHING!
THE OTHER

GHOSTS STILL WON'T

; TALK TOME! I'M
AN OUTCAST!

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“QUICK ‘
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CARY

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OF MAN OVER
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I HATE MYSELF
WHEN EI 0O THINGS

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Tins Anchor Powdered Milk 2.24

Tins Ovaltine

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aes —_———+—~,
i GREAT HEAVENS // D
a LOOK AT MY ROOM /
—| THIS IGN'T A HOME - |

OF

BY FRANK ROBBINS

MAS HAS HO? KOW
THERE IG MORE THEY VIL!
VANT HER FOR’! Ha’ OS |.
GHE STOLE ALL THE JEWELG ‘
FROM THE VIKING SHI? / \

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MAS HA: bye |












WHILE WE'RE
LETTING HAIR DOWN
T.N.T., HERE'S SOME
THING T NEVER
TOLP VOU / GABLE
I$ WANTED By
THE POLICE /







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f | ALMOST MAKE ME MUR-
DERER/ TILL Ay DIE, I

PON'T FORGET THAT, BUT

WELL... PON'T STAND

THERE LIKE A LUMP / *

WE TWO HAVE SOME /,*. oo

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y When the Chamt if Co perce | but so far the Union } vena ‘ . near e Delamer % TOUSC VIHUIS
harge is $3.00 for any number of words| Minimum charge week 72 cents and REAL ESTA’ held the Q aan Ce Pees tse" far the Union ha olute- | nd the water cour
up to 50 and 6 cents per Word for each| 96 cents Sundays 2 words — over 3a! TE 7 — uarterly reneral ,!y refused to agree to the worl : i —~ ee
additional Word. Terms cash: Phone 2508/ words 3 cents a word weeh—4 cents ir Meeting yesterday the President ing of such equipment lways 1 ay en, wee
Setweon 8.28 dd yg 3113 fon Death/ wordt on Sundays; SNS NAV ee Mr D. G. Leacock told of certain In Trinidad, where modern ilways water : |
| miles from town. Ht ie tulle ac Wee {alterations in handling cargo from, forklift trucks and other types Sat Satie eae
mn The c for announcements of jand has open verandah, Drawing the continent, which, he said| of mechanical warehouse truck before the crossin
Births, eee Deaths, Acknowi- dining rooms, 3 bedroo Toilet and | Wontd come into force immedi- | are extensively used, the ware- * e at the Gully Ho
edgements, a ‘n Memoriam notices if eee re bit, Kitchen and stands « t f an acre, alely, 1 ‘ d . "an a Corner, to et to districts above
y $1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays CAR Hillman, 1946 model in perfect | 01 land with frutt "ee. Price Aebrne. Briefly said Mr. Leacock the ! housing charges are oo — only ose vt 7 ; P ] )
for any number @ words up to 50, and| CO"dition. Apply: W. Wejls, T. Geddes| tive. Apply on the premises or. tole oe SACICK, var ton lower than here. The gen- who can |
3 cents per word on week-days and] Gt@"t Ltd. Phone 2861. 7.9,51—8n, | D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane ie developed as follows: — | eral public should know that the @C"Css the breadth of water 1)
¢ cents per word en Sundays for each ne eet | Dial 3743 7.9.51—2¢ | rly an June, Mussons received high cost of liying in Barbados ©“ h_ their way through _ the
additional word. ° Morris 8 — about 4 years ld, | ee | Wtification from the R.N.S.S. Co ; : revines that are forming ke
Phone—4aon°" Apply W. M. | Austin) The undersigned will offer for Sale at that the Conference Lines had de-| iS due to some extent to the his short cut ; |
; je— 4304. 2.9.51—3n. prise wcunperition at their Office, No. cided that as from July Ist a sur- heavy expenses incurred locally “~~ , ?
OO High . Bridgeto > nS i. .
DIED CAR—i951 Hillman Saloon. | the. teth Ge wn, on Friday|charge of 10/- per freight ton in handling imported goods. As A few days after a heavy rain, |
erene | day of September, 1951 at d
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oejatemagebememnnagpenmniaine entities ~| with red upholstery condition as new. | p.m.:— “|would be collected on Barbados long as the Union insists that
a wae toe _ Sa Svply: Ratph A. Beard. Lower Bsy| The two-storied Dwellinghouse knowr.|C2TEO, and from the same date all their members shall
$0 Kee See Sree | ont, ree al 5010. $.9.61—In. o “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | @Xpenses after cargo left the ship's
CEE ens 4 .
Allcroft of Leaseholds Ltd. and grand- CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in first containing ter —_ spaniel aks [paces te. Rarege etic ware-
Geeta. Her seat itn eae class order will make an excellent Taxi. square feet or thereabouts, situate ai housing, would be for consignees
Upper Ba Street this marming at 8-20 | QPPIY: Harold Weatherhead ¢/o Bruce | 10th Avenue Belleviils, St. Michael, ./account. The basic freight rate

&s was the case yesterday, the
receive water appears green and moss}
modern rates of wages, which no ccilects at the top, ag rain has!
one would grudge them, but also been making fresh water to flow |
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otleck for the Westbury Cemetery. | Vcatherhead Limited, 4.9.$1—t.1.n,! Inspection by appointment with Mrs.|WOUuld apparently remain as be-| Methods of cargo handling shall not yet smell badly yet however. |
i) ~ aoe ee L. L. Toppin, 5th Aven: 7: f d therefor aia : be usec, there seems every The land at the side of tne
Donald Altcroft, Jean Alleroft. | . Toppin, ue, Dial 2736. | fore and therefore the landing ex- + a ; ; |
Sydney B. Warren. ELECTRICAL et ce particulars and condition: | penses would in future be an addi- likelihood that these expenses W _ ven course, from the,
(Trinidad Guardian please copy) —— sale, apply to:— |tion to the present freight charges| Will continue to rise. Gully ouse Corner down tu}
Bes
TO-86. |. Rone eenttee eee ee sienna: Ce eh en imports from the Continent In discussing the matter the River ae. looked ponteed, ae ;
Holder Bros., 49 Swan Street | essts, R. M. Jores & Co., as| members of the Chamber ex- heavy he area seemed fairly |
IN MEMORIAM 69 51-—-t.f.n, ae undersigned will offer for sale at/agents for the French Line and| pressed dissatisfaction with the Clean, with dried twigs and bush NEEDS No REFRIGERATION—AS EASY TO USE
——__. public competition at their office, No | Messrs. Plantations Ltd.. agents f. manner hich it I bee salt Which were brought down by the
17 7 4 ssrs. z § Lid., agents for r in which tt had been dea : AS OLD-FASHIONED PERISH
MECHANICAL the a erat "septenee, fost at: Saguenay Terminals, received| with. It was finally decided that Water lashed against the growing ERISHABLE YEAST
ab sig ae SP ab nM ye of - “TYPEWR at a. a re 2 eis ; similar information. the ae ee of the Chamber ery ‘ Hiivuaiitekas ftet @ This wonderful, new granule try Fleischmann's for delicious
. ove } ITERS-— ew mo is “ - . ap t a umittec to e water immedia afte . i . a ~ o 7 *
er oS a ore ine — eae ities, ison; Sag. Goch and Clnckaroe VALLEYS ee oP mn at Joint Action nS . s ee ; a Ay ; x ae ain iebhte on “Ceneitution 2 yeast keeps fresh for weeks on the results. Get Fleischmann’s Dry
ber 7th 1951, BPADSHAW & COMPANY Whereon the same stands and theretc . tt - ‘tt aritiee 4 gs: anh 1€ steéam- aiiaxy with soft mud pantry shelf. And it’s so easy to Yeast today.
Smiling ane happ oem cone 7.9. 51—2n. | belonging, containing by admeasure- | The three Tite ities Is up authori concerned sh) 1 use. Just aprinkle into lukewarm For Your Health's Sake —try
Loved and respected wherever she ment 4,858 | ee - : i 8 . Mleischmann’s : Yeas
“went ae and. the ebuaaines. thereto, sitests | promptly took joint action to pro- } water. Let stand 10 minutes. Then Fleischmann’'s Dry Yeast dissolved
At the sounding of the trumpet MISCELLANEOUS on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ’ Church, |tect the interests of local import- | stir, When dissolved, one package in fruit juice, milk or water. Like
When the Saints are gathered home adjoining Hotel Royal. }ers as far as possible as it was ob- equals one compressed yeast cake old-time foil yeast—it helps tone
Ce Ma Oe eee | AMARRIMATIE “Tidal Tr ane ts Tak ee set Buneeye, vious that many complications in any recipe, If you bake at home up your system.
Ever to be remembered by Clan, Ros>;For prompt relief of tightness of breath |P-â„¢ we would arise in connection with |
and Clyde (children). 7.9,51—1n ~ in Asthma 4/- box. KNIGHT'S LTD. (Pes, further particulars, and conditions eres already bought firm on A$
6.9.$1—2n | Of sale, apply to:— C.LF. terms but which would nov} oS On hittd ~ bah dt 3 0M, nonce
—— - | COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. hi ti July Ist, apart
PUBLIC NOTICES | comm yton ace Cogierator aod | 28.5.61—E-D. from the question of ability. for .
Ten cents per agate ne on week-days|N. B. liowell. 6.9.51-2n | The undersigned will offer for Sale at}OVertime expenses. We first per- ~ } .
and 12 cents per costs linc on Sundays, public competition at their Office, No.|suaded the Steamship lines to SHIPP G
minimum charge $1.59 on week-days 35, As New, price | 1%. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday.|agree to a postponement of the -
and $1.40 om Sundays. . Spe Meioee ‘apts Se Frets day of September, 1981,,at 2.30! new scheme to September Ist. bul
jarmacy. i—T . ; .
heaton THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing| ®fter voluminous cables and let- = / e ‘ ‘e
FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all | ¢r 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining|ters, the three firms decided to e 7 Canadia N t ‘ l Si h .
NOTICE urat | kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies|the Barbados Aquatic Club, together/send Mr, Cyril Weatherhead to ’ | n auona Steams Ips
RREOCEATION. OF ‘THE t tw T. | Bfistlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | With the Goodwill and Assets of the| Amsterdam at their joint expens: oie mean
ASSOCIATION OF THE UCWHI Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex- | vusiness, now carried on under the poy a f | ’ a LT: iS
This is to remind all thore wio have |jon Brushes, Bath Brushes, Corb | above name to discuss the matter thoroughly SOUTHBOUND
subscribed that the Extra-Mural Asso- | Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder| INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-|With the R.N.S.S. Co, who carr) Oo others meetin “a eee oo Aistves anate
Cistion Social Evening will be held at | Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow)|days, and Fridays, between the hours of {the greatest share of Continental CAM, CRUISER haa tie ee ae eee
Eevtembor se60 tt p eal r OP. CHEmen IMAN Seo Neate Pon) Oe SEP eeeRD WAS | OgreS CAN. CHALLENGER ' 21 Sept
. 2 n . P. IAN & CO. LTD., Middle , premises. | So Rel Gibih: ieee seco h | east. , Geet camee ce ad aes Sei
Will all those who may oe ea Street. Distributors. Dial 3382. )” Por further particulars, and conditions | As a result a we ~— Ww. oO cannot et CONETRUCTOR 4 Sept + or
wee - 5 PReteeat vciteuley code 3:9 Shem | OE GENO, URRY. ND tm a Aa no ef Pleig ra ag |.ADY NELSON 15 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct
this notice and turn up to contribute to “SUEY nua Tob tn cet COTTLE, CATFORD & Co R.N.S.S. Co. stating that the Con- it ‘
the «vening’s fun? 719.5110. | peauty Palm Olive Shampoo at be. per 31 #.21—ian, | ference has agreed that the steam-| feed their babies esorese 8 ——-
—_— ttle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at l4c. The undersigned will offer for sale at ‘ . ea : ey aoc : Arriy Sail Arri Arri Arri
N CE a Call for them at KNIGHT'S ! public competition at their Office, No. 17, a ee ee at Bar te Bavendes Boston Malltax. Seeattoat
OTI 6.9.51—3n | High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the | OV penses 2 " | Don’t worry ! Cow's milk can be prepared so that the youngest baby LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 2 Sept 2 Oct
| it day of ‘September, 1951, at 2 p.n.c— | steamers’ warehouses, but that the | y! Prepared f young: y , 8 Oc Mots
Re Estate of NYLON STOCKINGS—Famous “Alga” | 9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES o' | normal warehouse charge will in can digest it without trouble. The addition of Robinson’s ‘Patent’ ae ee Sy ake nae ae
ALBERTIND CARTER—Deceased, Quality ouble " sis . and heel, inn tnd (formerly part of a place callec /future be for consignees’ account. | 5 : ’ : The M.V. “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is expected to arrive
otherwise known as lern shades an sizes, only “ ane arden) situate in Saint Lucy 7 2 ‘ 7 ing Ie . » 4 “he * =" “ * m
DRUSCILLA ALBERTINE CARTER i por, eerie these stockings worth | Together with the messuage or dwelling Big Saving Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs, here about the 7th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, St. John
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a more that two dollars a pair. Kirpalani,| house thereon known as “BENTHAMS" i it easy fe » delice ective . i | as, dead 6 sme
persons having any debt or claim against |S? Swan Street. Dial 4715 and the outbuildings thereto ‘dint ‘ # making it casy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work Halifax, Quebec and Montreal.
tue Estate of Albertine Carter, otherwise 7.9.51—In The dwelling-house contains Oper is represents a very consid-| , s : a , ives navie: oe ten
known as Druseilia Albertine Carter, late a a tan tar Gale | Varanaah. closed Verandah, Drawing /erable saving over the first pro- thoroughly whilst getting them ready to digest heavier foods later 2 m AUSTHO & CO. LTD—A a
f McClean's nd, Brittons Cross Road, HAM TTER or Cars and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, tehen : ; 3 in life. T" re yw Boo ¢ : alway se i %» —
Saint Michael, who died in this Island on n veka. sold with a guarantee. Redman {and Pantry —_ ache anes em will in life. That’s why wise nurses and mothers always use Robinson's GARDINE oo tes - gen ve
the 6th day of September 1950 intestate, vlor's Garage Lt Phone 4435 The house is wired for Electricity ave to a e warehouse charge ‘Pp, , , et \Giuninentnbieie .
are requested to send eee % ory 7.9.51—3an. | but the current is not turned in,| when computing the landed cost wtent: Batley. /ROYAL NETHERLANDS ‘
claims duly attested to the under Signed, | ms | aithough the Company's wires pass
Eustace Maxwell SS, “Se ered yoru hie, po: soaatne cee within close proximity {* Soe Reetiadeessiiktenin: | 5 | STEAMSHIP co. {
High Street, Bridgetown, the qu ture, ves entire comfort and con- Inspection any day except Sundays, | ment, iis a >) y= | SAILING FROM EUROPE
Saministrater of ie one estate on fidence ail day. 2 sizes eee Ee between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. | sives will continue to be delivered | >| 0S. HELENA nth September 1951
fore 26th y of September . —an For further particulars and conditions i i be Ms ONATRE-7 Sep ber 1961 7 "
ts after that date } shall proceed to dis: of sale, apply to:— Z TENE, SECRRENS? | SO eno lee GoeKDORCTT seemes et: OL Ole, Cle. . Trameatiagtique
tribute the assets of the deceased among| SOAP & COLOGNE—We offer to-day af COTTLE, CATFORD & CO exempt from the ten § BS | TMS «6S PATENT?’ SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND st
the parties entitled thereto having regard|a reduction due to over stock EBrasmi: 7.9,.51—tn. | Surcharge. ; ; Parent | AMSTERDAM SAILING TO
only to the claims of whieh I an nae Sonat Soap ae per ake. baggy — The Steamship Companies state | BARLEY | EMSTAD.Lith Sept 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
a t i it be cologne in fancy ttles 1/6 t , « . ? . cn
liable “for ‘assets so. distributed or any [KNIGHT'S LTD. |” Geogr AUCTION affieny Be Be TiGane ee beamed =
thereof person rons | ———— s . 7 - ‘ ’ * oy 99 Rare
area Sake be Cail I aball not then| THERMOS FLASKS REFILLS—! gallon| 47 CHEVROLET LORRY: We are|ing costs of handling cargo local- awd is RENTON. sth Se ptember 151 “GASCOGNE ; (22nd I Sep
have had notice And all persons indebted | and 2 pint. KNIGHT'S LTD. instructed by the Insurance Agents to sell|}y There is no doubt that along) a ASLANG. TO. TRnieaD, tember, 1951, via St. Lucia,
to the said estate are requested to settle 6.9.51—an | PY Auction this vehicle which has been with steadily increasing wage | PARAMARIBO AND B.G Martinique, Guadeloupe &
Pee da ete tee day ¢ Pguly, test UNIM Guede ga Brides Wn Sucks oh 290 pm. rates year by year, there has been = FESS || M.S. BONAIRE24th September 1951 Antigua,
s day of ; . ‘UNIME’ " m. > y 3 , sas : 1” ”
Sa ee ee ye GROIN. \nshes abebeiay BG heel ee JOHN M. BLADON & Co a progressive decline in the | SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND “COLOMBIE” 14th October
King's Solicitor. | Frofh a few packets of ‘*UNIMET MAJOR’ $0,410 Auctioneers, amount of work done per man- | M8. HELEN A—asrd Beptember 1961 pa vis Martinique and
20.7.51—4n you can construct Benches, Storage, a n hour. M.8, BOSKOOP-2%h September 1951. ruadeloupe.
a a zu taht Build sentahie Gia am AUCTION SALE AT CUSTOMS Not Justified | A i ee ttt
FOS , useful equipment. Available from Stock, | | On Tuesday 1th September at 1230] As regards the steamers’ ware | SOUTH BOUND.
contact ee he eee se Wace |houses, speaking for “outselves, |} The Mv. “*CARIBBER” will .
Attention! 5; 2; MUSSON, SOM & CO. LTD. | Teton eal tlanke, Sad Pris, wax! Musson’s does not feel justified in ]} I} accept. Cargo ‘and Passengers “GASCOGNE” 13th — Sep-
Dial 37134566. 4.9.51—T7n. : > f Dominic Antiqua Mont alling ”
EDUCATION DEPT. teining 12 carteons of Cigarettes.|starting a modernisation {scheme | er jominica, b y tember, 1951 Calling a
serrat Nevi und = St Kitt es
PRINCIPALS OF COL XMAS GIFTS—Come in and selec, |Terms strictly CASH. D'ARCY A.|which would probably — cost Bailing Mondey 10th inet Grenada, Trinidad, British
LEGES/SCHOOLS hele our een eee French | SCOTT., Govt. Auctioneer 7.9.51--4n | $100,000—$120,000 until we know \ The. MV MONEKA” will and French Guiano.
fume chess of York, Stradavari, Si building will be ren- | mat '¢ 1o and Passengers for
ALL MANAGERS hog . ~— | whether the bui 8 be | accept Cars
KNIGHT'S TD es, 3 9 Sivas dered obsolete by the building of | Dominica, Antigua, — Monteerrat ( Accepting Passer7ers,
Female Graduated Venezuelan ‘ ; ; H OUR LCG a Deep Water Harbour, which 6b |} Nevin and: $1, Kitts. Sailing Cargo and Mail
School Teacher (Normalista—four seems hichly desirable, in a few ee us e ot woop n
Jon" coedontcs to tanek Spanien FOR RENT I Cc li 1 Ba: year’s time A considerable im- ae ave DARK Rap’ wil rt
see) 4 aa anc sssengers fo
-arhisie y ‘ovement could be made by using |W) St. Lueia, Grenada and Arut
in colleges and schools and/or n \.ar provem f | , seis irenada and Aruba |
translating/interpreting for com- Minimum charge week 12 cents and ; 5 is modern cargo handling equipment, | se orrer eee Se, S08 Fe, Viera k M. JONES & Co., td.
mercial firms. Write to “Grace” 96 cents SuYdays 24 words — over 24 Yacht Marsailtese, “t M.V Daerwood i jaillog Wednesda 12st ins; .
c/o Advocate or Dial 2759 $) | words 3 cents a word week—4 cents aj Sch. Lydia Adina S., Sch. Franklyn _- ae B.W.I SCHOC OWNERS i3
28.8.51-6n. | word on Sundays; D.R., Sch. D’'Ortac, Sch, Rosarene ASSOCIAT UNC) AGEN )
‘ Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch. Marion} . ‘ | ) Constance, Tole No, 4047 ( Phone «: 3814 }
£650 GCRO telle Wolfe, M.V. C. L. M. Tannis, | urio eaier , { ' Uy
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three bedrooms. fully furnished. Phone ARRIVALS By BWIAL. | ) ) ; < in
N inal ait cata alsa een pe pipe oie ag Peon ert Fields, P. McGlade For George Ess, curio dealer, 1 TEMPERED HARDBOARD
O hesieal Sobier tine Ga approvsc | M. Hackett, L. Mayers, D. Holder, E.| the tourist season is much looked The BARBADOS FOUNDRY Lid. \ i i als. tris nestles
LOWER GREYS Opposite Yacht and Aquatie Clubs. All Jerdine, V.' Pereira, F Nothnogel.'D.| forward to. Old George Ess is Z i) ay |
“ a _ A aylor, A. Brunnschweiler, | 7 i?
modern conveniences. Apply on premises. oS Wer R r working steadily on his collection | \ j
Sami—san. |o Bee Bishop of tad euciee White Park Road 1 CENTRAL EMPOoRnUM i
CHRIST CHURCH DEPARTURES By BWIA.L. of turtle shells ar | a oad, ( yf d 4 tl d
“SEORIEE. Flaame Touees « >; |For British Guiana eet the tourist a
a eats seers HOUSE—Roomy House at Carlton. St.¢ sresnen skelthy, Marie Drakes, Gladys Hopes Alley to ae Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets {
tation James. Apply to 1. Yearwood (Bus Y*! season in December
Conductor), Carlton, St. James Cheppin, Eric Sam, Elsie Logan, David % i jl) be well stocked = Sasa
We are favoured with instruc- " , tae 7.9.51—3n. | gan, Susan Logan, Terry Logan, Robin I think I wi e Ww . "Zs SSS oe SSS
tions from the Executors of the ‘ Logan, Ismay Bee, Martin Wiekham,/py the time the season begins”, S| eee POLLPELELOPLEPLEP LP PLEPEPS SPECI AST OGVIFE,
jate A.P.A. Bishop Esq, to VERDUN—Comfortable Cottage near} Father Bernard Brown, Charles Burton.) gaid yesterday. “Now the rie §
dispose of ‘th vied we Pg Beulah, St. Philip—drawing, sitting, eae, flying fish season is out, fisher- 8 8 s
rniture . ‘ R ; 4 Pras ' rtle s.
and Bftects ry listed below Sale Soar wate bath aed follet Kitchen, Edna Yuille, Kathleen Hobson, Chris-|mven are going in for ures x | . Y mer ‘ %
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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REST SCORE 165 FOR 7 WICKETS |

Mullins Gets 2—IL1

BATTING the whole day on a perfect wicket the Rest
seored 165 runs for the loss of seven wickets against the
Island yesterday the first day in the three-day practice
match at the Bay, Beckles Road.

L. Birkett knocked up a chance-
e jess 54 before he was bowled by

Police And

"pO f

Whipporays

slow left arm bowler A. Holder
and C. Greenidge also made a
chanceless 52, Carl Mullins who
opened the bowling for the Island
XI in the absence of Eric Atkinson

took the wickets of Frank King
Draw Game and C, Alleyne. He bowled two
; overs and conceded 11 runs.

Over two hundred spectators K. Eran bea of Pe slow

saw bolice and Whipporays plas bow lers on the side tock three ot

to a‘thriliing tour ail draw in ‘© Rest wickets for 51 r 4s. The
their water polo match at: the ° he two went to Holder,

Aquatic Ciub yesterday afternoon Piay started at 2.40 p.m. as

ome of the players to represent
Island were late. The wicket
perfect and C. Alleyne cap-
tain cf the Rest, won the toss and
batted

four
} t
line

Best,. the six foot
Police forward
goals for his t
3est is a left hander wi a ter-
rific reach. This makes him
difficult to mark and his scoring
shots are taken with great speed. Rest Open

°c: ooravs, Frank Redman, :.
eee, eae ae bones and Ta Rest opened their first inn-
Albers Hunte. scored one goal ings with Frank King and Skippe:
each, Albert Hunte saved his Charles Alleyne, Skipper Alleyne
team from certain defeat when took the first ball of the first over

Lorenzo
giant of the
scored ali tow





twenty seconds before the end of irom Bradshaw from the screen
Police's favour he swam the bal! end. This ball was pitched wide
down the middle of the field in of the of stump. Bradshaw was
a forcing swim-through, and beat bowling with three slips, C. Smith
the Police custodian with a hard behind the wicket, no fine leg, G
shot. Proverbs at gully. The last ball of

In Dera game of trevafier- his over F. King edged throug

arrison s



noon, College 5
defeated Barracudas by the wide
margin of thirteen goals to love.
Both teams played with one man
short.
Chief
legian

to Holder at second slip
dropped. C. Alleyne
score with a single.
Mullins was brought on at the
Col- other end by Skipper Taylor to
who bowl to Alleyne. Alleyne took a
scored four goals, Billy Man- Single and in the next ball King
ning and Charlie Evelyn netted 8@ve Hunte an easy catch at
three goals, Allan Taylor two and Square leg. R, Hutchinson fol-
Rolf. Feldman one. wane ees, = a out
7 ah the remainder o ullins’ over.
The F095 eae : i. Mullins in his first over got the
faferee Tenight had te order two ball to lift considerably with pace.
players out of the water for
rough tactics.

who
opened his

goal-getter for the
was Geoffrey Jordan

Alleyne Caught

The Police-Whipporays game 3radshaw also in his second
was also inclined to be rough. ove; got plenty of lift. Mullins
3oth teams had several six-foot- had Alleyne caught by wicket-

ers in their line-up and besides keeper Smith in the fifth ball of

height these players were all his second over. Alleyne made 7.

heavily built. Birkett of Pickwick followed
Police opened the Scoring’ and opened his score with a pull

after four minutes play. Two io square leg off Mullins’ last ball

minutes later Frank Redman of the second over for which he

equalised for Whipporays. Hardly sot four runs

had play resumed than Dudley ®°% *OUF runs.

Q’Neal took one of his usual long Mullins ‘who was bowling until
shots which the Police custodian the arrival of Eric Atkinson came
mistimed. Whipporays 2: Police off and Atkinson bowled his first

1. Lisle Spence sent in the third Ve? from the pavilion end to
goal for Whipporays shortly be- Birkett and Hutchinson,
fore half time. 7” 6 jee
: The scoreboard read 17/2/7
After the interval Police E Pan eoke hi ataales
changed their goalkeeper, M. aoe ba ae Mer 21, en
Franklyn went into the forward @7â„¢, Bowler o enpiye ai

line and E. Harris took his place Holder was brought on to bowi to

between the uprights. Whippo- Birkett. 1
vays also made one change. Lisle Holder sent down a_ maiden
Spence their left wing changed ©Vet When lunch was taken the
places with Frank Redman who Score was 22 for the loss of two
was in the back line. wickets. Both wickets were taken
The changes at first benefited by Mullins.
Police. The second half was four After lunch Branker bowled
minutes old when Best scored his the first over and the first ball
second goal. The equaliser came Hutchinson hit for two runs and
a few minutes later and, then the fifth ball was hit to the
Police went into the lead, Best boundary by the same batsman.
again scoring with about two
rmginutes to go. Play then centred Sain
in mid-field until twenty seconds Hutchinson Out
before the fing! whistle Albert At 73 Hutchinson was caught

Hunte made his dash down the py tl 1 hin stay
field to score and draw the match Peay Sevens toy sd, his atey.

t He made 25.
for his team. ; a ‘ i
Eid referee was Mr. J. Knight. ome gave Branker his first
1e teams were:-— : .
Whipporays: C. O'Neal, Dz Best followed and played out

O'Neal. F. Redman. : the remainder of Branker’s over.
(Capt.} B War i inant mee Birkett reached his fifty when he
z, Spence. Pre ee hit a ball from Bradshaw for two
: a s 4., runs. Best did not stay long and
ofan » ee G. Porter, in trying to force away a ball
+ Richard (Capt.), R. Alleyne, from’ Branker was bowled, The
L. Dodson, E. Harris and L. Best. scoreboard then read 83/4/0.

Harrison College: J. Chabrol, B.
Atkins joined Birkett and he

Manning, G. Jordan, C. Evelyn,
opened his scoring with a brace off

A. Taylor and R. Feldman.
Barracudas; J. Simpson, B, the bowling of Branker. Holder

Brooks (Capt.), P. Fletcher, M. bowled Birkett when he had
Lambert, B. Armstrong and K, reached 54. Greenidge went in and
Taylor. joined Atkins who was then six.

There will be a ladies’ practice In Holder's 13th over Atkins was

match this afternoon at the given out leg before. The score

Aquatic Club. Play begins at 5 toard read y8/6/6.

o'clock. The teams are:— Grant followed and was off the
Team “A” A. Eckstein, P. mark with a single and when play

Pitcher, J. Chandler, M. Taylor, ended Grant was not out 18 and
D. Warren, F. Carmichael and J. Lawless not out nought.
Gale.

Team “B”. The Rest

Ist Innings

B. Hunte, P. Chand-

jer,..P. Fitznatrick, J. Hill. T. F. King c¢ Hunte b Mullins 0

Browne, M. Knight and A. Suther- ©. Alleyne ¢ (w.k. Smith) b
land. “i ee : 1
xtras. B. Williams and J. Mac- Brankes ae, crramnnite 25
K#finon. L. Birkett b Holder 54
is Best b Branker 0

Atkins 1.b.w







— b Holder 6
“ ( Greenidge ec Proverbs b
16 Crack Riflemen "2 :
rac Hlemeéen w nt not out 18
I Lawles® not out 0

Extras oeau eek pe 3

Called To Practice

(From Our Own Correspondent) See en ee ie
: GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4
Sixteen crack riflemen have Fall of wickets: 1 for 2, 2 for 9, 3

, for 73, 4 for 83
the io: 164

been invited to practice for 5 for 93, 6 for 98, 7

Swettenham Cup Shoot. They are

F. T. Manly, J. A. Sutton, L. A BOWLING ANALYSIS
Wight, P. U. Hing, W. S. Cyrul o M R WwW
C. Allen, N. J. Driver, H. B. Great- ©. Bradshaw 9 Oe. ae
head, A. I. Zitman, D. Yong, D, € Mullins persia = I,
Smith, R. Ridley L. S. Dowrudge, a Holder 17 5 48

S. I. Graham, S. Ibbott and F. H. K_ Branker ee Oe
Alleyne. . N. Marshall 7 5 2



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THAT 16 THE VERY LATEST STYLE
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Arima Race’ Wint And Bailey
Mee ting Slam Yugoslavs

(By FRANA ROSTRON)
(From Our Own Correspondent

BELGRADE, Aug. 27.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 6. Thousands of chesring Yugo-

Results of the third day’s races Slavs tonight mobbed the British



at Arima athletic team’s bus after their
resounding victory by 1024
MEMBERS HANDICAP points to 89% in the first-ever
1 Taj Mahal $3.69 and $1.54. athletics match between the two
2 Miss Friendship $2.72. countries. ”

3 Ceres $2.36 Later they surrounded He
Forecast: $56.24 team’s hotel, chanting “Bravo
: Bejli” (McDonald Bailey) ane

W. H. SCOTT HANDICAP “Bravo Vint” (Arthur Wint).
Baby Bird (Hardwidge) $3.60 ‘These two “Britanja Nigers”
and $1.96 (British coloured) men) com-

2 Assurance (Naidoo) $6.84
3 Mardj Gras (Wilder) $6.72.
Forecast: $153.84,

CALVARY HANDICAP
1 His Worship (Lutchman)
$3.12 and $1.72

pleted a record double win today,
and assured their team's final
victory, despite the severe beat-
ings suffered by the Britons in
the field events and the out-
classing of our steeplechasers.
Neither Bailey in +his world re-

2. Sea Bequest (Bell) $2.78 * ;
, " Tea? cord-equalling 100 metres yes-

3. oe seers) $4.36 terday or his 200 metres today
i tides ta nor Wint, in a_ spectacular 400

T. M. L. HANDICAP metres win yesterday and a great



1. Oscar (Lattimer) $5.24 and @venging win over Roger Ban-
$1.78 nister’s surprise conqueror Oten

2. Flame Flower (Lutehman) Hajmer in the 800 metres, ever
$1.36. looked like being beaten.

3. Holiday (Mohommed) $3.54 Bailey ran smartly as black
and Stella Polaris (Ali) $3.30, Velvet again today. He streaked

round the bend to pass his per-
sistent shadow, plucky Brian
Shenton, to win by a clear cight
yards in 20.9 secs.

Though Britons do not normally
compete for European records,
this equals the 23-year-old
European’ record of Helmuth
Kornig of Germany.

A wneavily bandaged, strained
left thigh muscle did not prevent
Wint recording the fast 806

Forecast: $39.84
MEMORIAL HANDICAP
1 or Twain (A. Joseph)
$6.06 and $3.43.
Blue Streak (Newman) $3.84.
Nan Tudor (Mohommed)
Forecast: $74.24,

GRELL AND CO., HANDICAP
1 Careful Annie (Quested)
$3.20 and $1.36.

wr

2, Fair Stream (A, Joseph) metres time of 1 min, 49.9 secs,
$1.78. , in staving off a courageous chal-
3. Scottish Game (Naidoo) lenge by Oten Hajmer.
$2.54. i Le ping like an antelope, Wint
Forecast: $27. : took one stride to every two by
J. COELHO HANDIC AP the bustling little Hajmer. But
1. Top Flight (Singh). for the bandages, Wint would
2. Monami (Lutchman) probably have neared Wooder-
3.° Leap On (Quested). son’s record,
4. Miniature (A. Joseph). With a great finish in a slowly-

run 5,000 metres Chris Chataway
scored a grand finale in the
darkness for Britain.

COMPTON TO MARRY
Q NEXT MONTH

LONDON, Sept. 5,
Denis Compton, idol of English
cricket will marry blonde Valerie
Platt 23, in Durban South Africa
next month.





Cricketers
Get Caps

Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion yesterday presented six Bar-
bados caps to players who have
not yet received any and who are



selected to tour British Guiana Compton among the best bass;
with the Barbados side men in modern cricket was
The players were K. E, Walcott, divorced by his first wife last
K. A, Branker, C. C. Bradshaw, year.—(CP)
W. Greenidge, A. Holder and C. W.
Smith. Before presenting the caps
to the players, Sir Allan Collymore Wi 9
told them that these caps have What 8 On
been awarded by the Selection
Committee and he had great pleas- Today
ure in presenting them. .
He wished that they wouk! have | Police Courts ....10-00 a.m.

a successful tour and luck bin they Court of Appeal . .10.00 a.m.

must not forget that the greatest CINEMAS
thing was the team spirit. PLAZA (Bridgetown) : ‘"iites
Also present were Mr. F. A, C peraed s ae — 2.3
Clairmonte and Mr. B. Hoyos EMPIRE: “VALENTINO” — 4.30
145 & 830 pm

“DON RICARDO RE
and “Corsican Brother
0 pm. and 8.30 p.m,
“Devil's Playground” &



M.C.C.—Canada



T fs T eg yes Brave’ — 4.50 p.m.
ést Lo-morrow OLYMPIC; “CASBAN" & “CITY





OSS RIVER” — 4.30

d p.m.
and 8.15 pom



TORONTO, Ontario, Sept. 5,

The second unofficial Test match
between, Canada and the touring
Marylebone Cricket Club team will
be played at Amour Heights here
at the week-end. It will be a three







YESTERDAY’S

day contest and for records will WEATHER REPORT
rank as a “first class’ match.

Basil Robinson of Ottawa, From Codrington
Canadian-born Oxford Blue, will Rainfall: Nil
Captain the Canadians and

Total Rainfall for month to

R, W. V. Robins, veteran inte; na date: 3.59 ins.

tional player will lead the toucin;
eleven, j

In the first Test match at Van-
couver, a two day affair, MCC wo

Highest Temperature; 85.5 OF
Lowest Temperature; 70.5 OF
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per









by an innings and 100 runs, A!
second Test scheduled for Calgary seen, 2
was rained out and a one day} Barometer: (8 an) 29.901
match substituted which Cana-| (3 p.m.) 29.839
dians won by 36 runs. '
Including the Vancouver Test!
the MCC team to date have playe u A i
17 games, winning 14, losing tw | CRYPTOQUOTE No. 19
while one ended in a draw— CP) FZLWL UM YPNX YPL MEL*
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% Variety Concert & Dance §
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EAD ROW] ‘| |X Sargeant’s Vitage, Christ
——— mil iy Churei: x
| and under the Patrosage of
1% Mr. Fred Goddard, M.°.P.,
is and Mrs. Goddard
1% at the
is DRILL HALL, Garrison
‘, on
|X Friday, 7th September, 1951
s beginning at 8 p.m.
x Programme includes musi-

}@ cales, sketches, songs and in.
§% strumental solos ete. and ar-
% tists including Messrs, Paul

* Wilkins, Cedric Phillips,
x Gerald Bannister, Clyde
x Gollop and Misses Betty

ss Carrington and Nell Hall

* .

x Members of the Police Band
#@ and others will be contribut-
| ing
\ .
is By kind permission of the
s Commissioner of Police the

Police Dance Orchestra will
be playing
REFRESHMENTS ON SALE
Dancing to 3 a.m
Admission Tickets: :-: $1.00
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BARBADOS SPORTS TEAM
IN ST. VINCENT

The first match drew three all. In
present touring St. the second match Harrow defeated
Vincent, in a letter to the Advo- St. Vincent’ four—one. Worrell,
cate suid that the tour is an en- Bynoe, Archer and Griffith all won
javable one. Harrow, a local Club. their games. Coward was the only
was recently formed. Barbadian to lose.

Reporting on the activities, this On Friday night, August 28 a

A member of the Harrow team

Which is at

member, Rudolph Spencer, said Knock-Out table tennis tourna-
that Harrow played the first foot- ment was played. The sets were
ball match against Havard of St. keenly contested. Lincoln Wor-

rell defeated all his opponents and
was winner of a cup. After de-
feating Browne, the St. Vincent
champion, by two straight games,
Worrell then met Jack the runner

Vincent at Victoria Park on Mon-
day, August 25, His Horiour the
Administrator of St. Vincent at-
tended and took the kick off.
Havard team defeated the Bar-

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1951













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badians by three goals to one. up. After a tough fight Jack was
Walter Beckles scored the lone beaten. In the finals, Worrell met
goal for the Barbadians. and defeated Lartyne. His Hon-
our the Administrator and wife

The second football match was attended the games.

On Saturday night a dance was
held at the Harbour Club for the
Barbadians. On Sunday they
visited some of the interesting
spots of St. Vincent. They went
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER : 1951 REST SCORE 165 FOR 7 WICKETS Mullins Gets 2—11 • BATTING the whole day on a perfect wicket the Rest tvtn wienjg-tg iguml lh< yeaterdgatm first day Ui the iim*e-da\ pr the Ba> Backlog R I. Illtk I) KMIM'JltNl UP I I I %  \ Holder and C. GrrrnuUtr also mad* • chancelea* tt. Carl HUHITM who opened th* bowlutf i"i i XI in tin absence of Erie Atkinson inoa the and C Alkryac Hi bowl on "tori 11 rum %  kta tor SI i \ %  N 1 .%  % %  at I in p.m. as %  Pttlivv And IF 7/ i/>/><> rays Draw Game. ii %  i match al the i %  i were lale The wtdttl reel ind C. AUvyne cap... ... .tied. nithcull shots an I ii .. i i Mbtri Huata team from eat lam d. b -nond beforeU am the ball I tl THAI it TI* vCv i^! *;••.[ -00O'< a^&*MO WilLMj n \ \ \ e o L g &*rC*0&-'< PifllT *OQO -IT" lr/m /face *"' %  '' **% BARBADOS SPORTS TEAM tk'ftl Open lib ( %  •rank King MMl St | i Ailvyne .,, ,\ Itm; %  -ver %  from the M n • i id Thh ball wma pitched wide .it thr nT stump. Biadshaw Meeting Slam ) ii/foslats m *• is PORT-OF-8PAIN Sepl ti Results of th. third day'a rare %  ling a 1h three slipf. C Smith tod % %  i A., K. i ,.. warbl at gully The last ball of I U* ovl r King edged througn i l|..l(W at second slip who '' Ui ., single was brought on al the I to Bhtppei I Alley..e. Alleync look a rigtc and in the next ball KIHK | BVC lliinte an easy catch : i one. (tout; 11 Tatiii 1 Una was round and t bad out of the rough lad was also Inclined to ii six-foot :qunre log. It Hulchinsun Ffc i King and played %  %  M MulllfU in hll tlrst over tM t*ic hull to lift considerably with pare. Alley nr taut'lit v .llso 111 (US go; plants "' lift AJh | %  !< %  iiighi b Mulllna Hk.l tie-up and beside Keeper SmIUl In the nfth ball of height Wirac players were i over. Allcwi.made 7, : | riui It Police opened the utter f.au n ii tat. i Fi ink %  %  %  %  % %  i Whipporays 2 Poll i : LiU Whipporays si. fore haP After the Interval Polire i eper. M, Pranklvn went mto the forward and E n.,i,. took Ins place ""'"" Ibiketl Uiikctt of Pukwick followed i ins icora with a pun 0 nu.uilot Ofl Mullins' last ball (if the NODI Ahirh he got foui i hi lUtna who wai bowling until %  oil and AikitiMin bowled in* first trom Hie pavilion and to Blrfcati and Rutchif The hcoreboard HMd I? 2 7. %  • score was 21. slow left .Mil bOWltl ..f Ivi.i % % % %  A. I.L Holdall W9* hrmieht on to bowl In MiMRtRS II WliU \V nd &t *H : %  M I %  ..' W H W. H. M'OTT IIANI>I< \l" %  ii;c) $3 BO and tl M * %  84 sn 72 PoffiBaat: 116) 84 CAI.VAKV 1IANIIK Al* Hi Worship (Lutctii' II 13 and si 72 I HHl) S2 78 %  >)< i M 16 I %  'MC T. M. I. IIAMIII Al* Oscar (Lattiinar) J.V21 ll.1t Flame Flowi i (Liit< hman] $1 36 Holiday (Mohommedl $3 At and Stella Polaris (All) $3 30 Forecast 13V.84 MKMOKIAI. HANDICAP Mark twain (A Ja Sl.Ori nnd $3 43 Blue Streak I Newman) S3 84. Nan Tudor I Motumm .o i |74 L'4 (.KILL ANIM O. ||\MHI \P %  KOSIKIIS i Bl aluvs loin,. 1 the Pritish athletic teai points to 894 rs,„„ i>iirk ,„. • ; ,„ held at the Harbour Club for the '"• rnatrei today Barb.iui..' by foul llurbadians. On Sunday they, |Hl'.l' |1| goal: to one Careful An .--.,.. Holder sent down a Hindoo DVOis When lunch was taken the BCOre was 22 for the loss of two wickets. Both wickets were taken between th.upright) w*hjMM i aye also made one i bangn. Lisle sCez-.r theli left aing Dlaea with Franl I c --• i %  was ITI tin back line ingea m Oral beneflted by Mulims. 'ml li .If 's.i :\f' iunch llranker I.IWKM minutes old whei Beat %  cored his the first over and the tirv! hall second ijo.il Thr OOJuaUaer ramc Hulehlnson hit for two runs ami a feu minutes latet and i then the fifth hall was hit to th. Foltet went Into fee lead. Best N.m.dnry by the harmbatsman. igau scoring wiwi about two iBinutcs to go. p|y then centred |luirhiiiv.,n Om 'millant) aaeondi iluichinson Out fliul whistle Albert At 73 Hutchinson was r^ugh: Hume rnadc his daah down the hv Kpllh waieott to and his st..y. foi M"W!UV " H BMldB ne ( t3 20 and $1.36 trn (A. Joseph) *1.78. anottbh <;,imr : S2 34. Forecast: $27. J i ... over, irkett reached his 'lft> when he 1 hit a ball from Hradsh:.w fin • runs. Best ilid not stay k*flg I A lloi-t.. ,p %  "•mnlnder of Branker'i (CapL). B. WarTn." G,to..!ii and B,rtatt ^'^ h L Spencc Pellee: If. FT -.nklyn. % %  : ]• Warren. F Carmiehail ..nd .1 I-..ul.'v no) out nOUghl Gale. • %  %  i M I-.I.ICricketer's Get Caps Sir Allan Collymore. I i of th. Barbados Crlch**) s % %  • da) preaanh d not -.'t reeeivea anj and who are LI loin Bnti-i with ih. Barbados aide 11. pjayei wen K I Wai ou K. A. Brank.i. C C Bradahaw, w Oreenldge, A Holder andC W. Smith Before into the players. Sir Allan CUM %  '""J lolil thorn that these caps have en awarded by the Selection Committee and he li.nl 141 < %  i'l1 are in presenting them. it.arlahed ih..t Ibn w< ful tout and lu<* 1 must not forget that !>> %  thing was th.teai %  1 sent ei. Mr ,F V > %  and Mr 11 11 At half Ume the VlaHad some of the interesting e-terday and a great Barbados side was one goal in the spots of St Vincent They went .,, avenging win over Roger Ban) ca d i.ut -hev flopped badly in the to Tin e, Hn.-is on Wednesday a Halmei 111 the BOO metres, ever U-ing I eaten Bailey ran smartly as black In toda 1 He %  traalu 1 round ihe tend to pas rdstent shadow. *NUckj Isnan ...... %  IOJ Though Britons do not normally ipete 1 I 1 this equals the 13 Kuropcan reeora "' Hermuth Kormg of Oermeay. A >ieavilv l...i ..... I. f: thigh rnuade dui not 1 Wini reco ding ihe I 1 ne of I mm. 4t). Vang I) They'll LV> It Even' Time %  I..-I I. Humkn vk b lloldn %  ,.|.|„R (..,. %  Lawk. rJitraa 1 OH UNO ANALYSIS si 1 I't'sl r.o-nu>rn>t TOHONTO. Ontario, Sept n % % % %  rutfl between, Tantrta and the touring Marylebonc Crlckel Clul be played at An* %  I the waafc and u arltl 1 1 day contact and lot re %  •illk .1.1 iLisii fur4*4 n aoo of Oil Canadian-born Oxfo Captain the 1 it w v Robin veteran into Uonal playei nil) lead •• %  lot • leech. in the in-: r. 1 match al Vi two daaffali Ml %  by an innings and 100 runi nd T.-st %  < heduled Fe inad out and a 1 %  match substitute! which Cat! lam woa by 3 runs In ludlng the Vane luvei Ti the MCI h %  .. winning 1 • w hlli one end d In a draw 1 %  &ti&:0M


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PAGE TWO ^wdJb CaUm BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1*51 RIBBON IS BACK FASHION T IE I-.* B 1 I tl %  fog M.P titeinlnrs of birth llcuas* %d ndsd. \!i Mi (hiWrsl indie* Commit tor M :! %  • vjiiv* Party. Cold Engineer M R. STEPHEN NKtl < KY I I Md iii BX). .ifter %  snort | rtis second in j .-<.r*. Strphen %  in Mulny.i is a mining %  > A ;h .. nold mine (tome 150 miles inside P.G.'s hmlerevenlng by BWIA. During hit stay here he was %  guest nt the H I ings if' Social Evening T HE Barbados Extra-Mural Associaiion of the University College %  >! the West Indies are having %  SIK-UI Evening at Queen's CQSBSSJB to-morrow night ->i ft oYlix i. 1 cannot tlnd oul whit the party is all •tMIII bW rn.ni all account* il should be a goon evening MI; I It I. H'ARIi —fl tictr appointment. New Appointment M R. E II L WAKI> Puisne Judge. British Guun.i hns been appointed Puisne Judsin Trinidad. In 1944 he Judge at" Ihs Assistant Appeal in Barbados. W. I. Keenness W. A RICH m aiaW< .MI staowtai an in oiihnutting scripts for cast talk "quite a substantial part o* tetns In our programme an buted by West Indian*-" Richardson, an honours .ate in English nf King'* ge. I^indon University, sfTSBM stories and has rontrlhuted ; the West Indian Students' i*' .in msgs/ine I'.-fore taking up his present %  %  imntrnent at the BBC last i rtMOKa, he was Assist int liaison Officer at the Colonial Office for West Indian students. He enjoyed oriiilng in the Colonial Office, he savs but prefer* broadcasting % %  irk Bailey Celebration \M ACDONALD WAX i*i vi. i. PLAZA TO-IIAl I so 41 41 .aS .4 • %  •lKii-1 • %  >!. rios et. is Kiss 1'oiHnrrnvt 4. *MMI %  #•* an PAVTO UTTO-War* BOND i ok* -l-OSI m MM Lt*>N* -% %  — *" fart* dr.in— Shirt taraaa* again U ribbon* for UtassMu* SVaw* fait hi .aba*" as* IU ersmn Uii..mrl %  Ha faar afnh sssstre bolaTartt** mm far evanlag wear ibasewi la USIB *• bi>" atnaalle ribks*. wltat -carat baraer as* UH* raaea. r.o.bl .1 back of Ike haaal io > part BAILEY'S recent success at Yugoslavia In Chief Accountant \ l ,,,, rig .11 H.H bados are Mr. and Mis. Da 1 Leaving To-day R EV aim Mis Ivor ion then three children wh High Sen lira, JOBSsl is the foi %  Beaii -s.iughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. E. asaii) of Worthing. *nti Studying Medicine bsMtW iv>aan ami thenIhrag cUMran. Mr Ua>> if Chiel Acvountint at bren holidaying U1 HarbadKwakwant BatBttt Co%  t*ssh Jub L-.U, are due to rei.., Guiana. Thev are guests al the Tobago to-day. T'r>y will tl Ocein VHH Hot. I Trinidad by B.W.LA. Another visitor from B.C. holidaying here al the moment if Mrs. Jan l a former BatD p I AJMOB PbL At The Museum -pOGETHRH with the ExhibiI ticn of photographs taken b> idOB Can.cn. Club, which opens til the Ml ... r gklbtUeo •>' Roman Britain arranged by Mr. Guy T. Barton. M.A. M is a keen archaeologist, and this hobby has been responsible for his mg medicine at S>d visiting manv of the important College Cjimbrlage Hi Itoman sites in Britain. He has beginning his secon-l VIM. nrranged the exhibition to illusw* Tr> i \ trate the main features of the Back To Guadeloupe Roman occupation .f Britain \f HS ARMAND HoniN ft There are manv OUtStandlru) %  ** companied by her d&ughti (.holographs of local interest in Andre ind her gr.nd-daughli the Camera Club's Exhibition. „re .MI %  STAOKOAm M (Nan %  Vssa of i i.iv .IU. .-%  %  ')• % %  >' BsssssVss* i arc KA BOO" R n Hal Hiapir #,#--' swat mm pp tft '*** ##/t#f#-i## n m rm mmM m m for your Homv LAVATORY BASINS WhiuGreen and Pnk From SUM TOILET SUITES White. Jvorv. Gresm and Pink Hhgh Level freaa S1S.40 Lew Level from r.l :•> White. Cresun. Green. Pink and Wack (Various Types; STOP COCK*. BIB COCKS *OIL PIPI HTM <(•••! n*ck Ponll %  BSM On f PUZA a% n **^ Antigua and Jamaica Wll. B. A. T. WILLIAMS, r M R. MICHAEL GODDARD. of Dr. and Mrs. A. L Codilaatfassrld" P laava to-day u ihe S'sideni fin Kngland. He is studySu i'X iu. returned from Antigua b> II W.I.A. vesterday evening after mg .i \ tail to hts daughter Mr H Hill Joyce lloOulM Williams who left the island a tout a month ago also paid .it to Jamaica looking up many Jhw meet Linda Ddrnoll Tolls Of JVu 11 (i rric.im •l.iim Our Own CorrspotMtn|i LONDON. Sept. J. Unda Darnell. Hollyw.wd nltr star, will describe some of th scene* she saw in Jamaim -. hurricane last month a appears in "In Town Tonight' on the BBC on Saturday. Stage ;md| screen stars Noel Coward and Terence Rattlgan will be amon. .if hi-, aid friends. Incidental Intelligence M H-K ItttaS mai lo doctor I think what's redly botheiing me i.s o pain in the neck. But I don't suppose th i annual event to return t.. Guadeloupe I cm do about her.' v B.W.I.A. after about Kffr'ia-.i in Collier'i. i .'t.iii %  — Hank three weeks' holiday in Barbado II Till-: AlhlMMUS Of IMI'A BY THE WAY By Beachcomber A MAN who has been trying CaL then tinU&Bg SS*d rlSSSlftra IIOIM:. 11 is developing very slowly. for three vcars looMatQ MM noselion can begin. If they are all tn, ind. % %  DaT. I have undertiK>d print of a groashopper succeeded same, then he who has seen OfM hardly anything of it. What about yesterday. Thi opens up—But one has seen them all. Anyhow, the IIW rhinoceros in the title* moma nt l i am not tl ill of a graastonpej |g so Myself; There you gor cant does open up. small that the ordinary man. going you ace that we have quite enough If it is lOund ">it l two noseabout his d;nl> work or pleasure, iharacters in play at present i grasshoppers an idenllneed not pay over much attenticn lo tl. Hu i IIOSSWOIUI • f 1 ~h 1 r — • I .1 -i.u.ii -nal relations an %  ii.. ma Hi ii I -.id > I.M Mro M.st lUrB .-..., i i.L Hi %  il MtlSDOS. (S( I i4) .ii. win (S) BttsstliW toun Dad. IS) nag am >:ii mem la tin r an tadiaa. it) UM •West, ttl .: i_i.ri.iBiM llms. () \ A marsad <-ro iSi I a-ut .i IUBU I., lend la. tSl Rui NHind ^so.itiil k-S. |T ItSf, II) i Vl.dr tr.rn BUU (( i u bora. (S| i "I'll m asas. (St isssstssri ii*"i —**raan ,(. aTTZl IS. M UM l — n Ml .,JI,: 4 ClftW; 1 %  mti '. *fi;; i. *r*0M II Haul a: IS Mlffl U Nenah No without bringing Besides, the rhli .is the title says. Please MUM ntuisms until th animal ; hidden. withhold slory DIAL ?sn TOE II \HlI.\nos CO-OPERATIVE COTTON I Al TORY LTD. GLOBE THE A THE CONTINUES TO-DAY 5 & 8.15 p.m. ON IT'S SECOND WEEK For ihr Thou.and. who huvc wen and would like lo we Ihis Musical Treal attain, and other, with a Love (or the "Hlh Clan". Committee a special show for the hu ATOM-AGE SHIP WILL BE A PREFAB An "atomic age frigate In which Ihe parts will all be prefabricated ; in to be built at Devonpoit Dockyard. The ship will be the Brai Of its kind for the dockyard. Large and part-sectional units will be built ll the slipway and will eventually bo welded together lo form the completed vessel. Building mil hegm materials are available—L.K *'. Ihihli II I %  *KL IfJgnaSsI every writer had saa.* / v an oaf hanging over Ins shoulder /fn//m. %  / %  <** (\) im| ar|(uln| i wllh him. The whole HOW were the secret ,,olico of husiness would become imposBudapest to %  nmuv! |nal bwly of iible. dead mail found in tinC*1 roprtator of AiulrasayBtreat) srNk the comings and goings of Spiltin-el-Khus:>iilor, the swaiih> Aiab agent' Prodnose : Will, how wan rhaj to" And what dead man" Niastfi You .rally must no) burgi into the Mory like Ihis. It makes the whole taing absurd. Ltava me to gnswar my own qua BOM in my own time Prodnoae: One would like to %  .*uie that you have a loglca] '"i 1 lut'paied You a#e, n t. ^e to be anrittng this as you go rrodnoar | Very well. I nccpl your explanation. Pray go ahead GhB Suft Timv I T t'hnrlle Suefs Co-ordmatuiK Tuel Commltlee. at its firs! few sessions in October, can de< ide what subject* to pl.ice on the agenda for Ihe December meeting!, it is thought that by June 1952 iinComnuMaa may lie in a poalstart inaulrlng Into the eauaas of thi winter's crisis, in ihe higher ranks of the Civil s i< lhere i^ a proverh which -,i. (Jive Suet time, and there's nothing he can do." OPENING TO-DAY EMPIRE and Conlinjing Indefinitely 4.45 & 8. JO Daily HOLD fOUB BRKATH i.i on i : COMING soc IN 4.i,oils: RICHARD VVIDMARK IN THK rSOO MKN AQ'ATIC CMJB CIWESIA(M.mb.r.Only) nBM DDNM "THE Ml'DI.ARK" %  .I'. AIRt CH 1 INl llnl brtiM. 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U.K. WARNS IRAN OVER EXPELLING BRITISH OILMEN FROM EARTH TO OTHER PLANEIS M. J. Ml 1 M \ \ LOMMIN Srnl i, Scientist* from I nations acrecd After ducuaMu.i *.ia hum*n Ixave) b> roekvt lonter mw U JuM abou, feasible aa building %  U %  xrn Bomb. some : %  • MI. fci-i ami aVBs' ii"h expert* %  % % %  i mM. ,i hrrlo found 411 Inlet mulnna 1 I othrr smaller bodies arc pi. slblr before the end of the eentnry. and -.ml if the .HI I concentrated on the problf'i It COUld IK-nhril mui sooner.—U.P. It. K ( Til Alt K I ONDON. Sept G. THE BRITISH F0R.2IGN OFFICE on TnUT* .> warned that any attempt by Iian to expel British personnel from Abadan would i Bd as a most serious violation of the ruling of the Inter national Court of Justice. A Foreign Office spokesman made this state ment at a Press Conference on the reports from Teheran that Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh p'anned the withdrawal of residential permits from British oilmen, unless Britain accepted Iran's terms for settlement. th.it the Brit rnmrnl stands Arm b . tl Abadan. %  Th decision had made H rlcai tailiri '' bt would 1*> . i U.K. FINANCIAL TROUBLES FOR Discussion No Land Yet Threatened By New Stortiis tUKlt i r TAS5 "IS SOVIET PROPAGANDA AGENCY MIAMI Fta Two hurricanes churned the vast reaches of the Atlanir Wednesday, one new bom and two dan old Inf "dangerous" 135 mile Hi h"Mir winds Tin' new storm calk 1 I waa spotted 1,700 mile* e;i*t of Antigua, n waa the -ixth of the Grady Norton, chief storm forecaster at the Miarm Weather Bureau, mid a steamship )umi>e I the Fox" near latrttado 5 nirtf lunaitud* 37.5 /aat or tibout 2,200 miles ea-.t aOttWMa I oj Miami. It was .-eported moving B."I northwestward at 15 mile-: on hour with wind probabrj "', hurricane force (75 mllet an WASHINGTON^ Syt g. hour) I The Standing Committee of the While ttiis was being ebado 'I Pn a hurneane hunting plane local-(handed JuStlct i > %  ed number five named "Eg hargei thai lh> and found winds about 135 mil'New-. Agenc) Thai la "a propaan hour at the centre with gal i ltd InteUlgence ien< > extending outward BO miles nt 6,of tinSoviet Governi lei I l' p.m. lEDTi. Confused resort! maoa definite fix on the hUlTicari impossible. b u I the Mian Weather Bureau estlmat he nlxnit 700 milt. N I northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico and moving vest ... r 20 miles an hour. WeaVier Bureau OffKian l>oth Atlantl nances were loo far 1WO) threaten an* land area WASHIN;T< IN Sept. m\ lr..uble came' i for top level d > i-itning of thl Inlet tii nal I o which will cover UM whole range I !. .. .. %  i Chai %  %  Hi I"-, aaui % %  Secrei tk-ials from Abadan ,s thr Mi'Mr J; n U having trouble payln l .'i.m <>f DM %  un'mg prices rl :" % % % %  .ii-._ 4 .i Btatee. Offer 1! ithtlruwn % %  road %  • Mot Britain hid withdrawn Its Invll tion to Iran to stud Air Pot i idKiL parti of ih |.ercnnl to BM n li-.nian pile The rulinx of 1 Court, invoked i lh< I •i Britain and Iran tu aba) i udk-c tin i rlainal .-tatut.' of ihe Angle%  11 C 'uipany %  ..n made n li -. !i bv the Irani.ii' f<.r Ihe removal .rf uling i %  withdraw i rotulting Uot and the colUpae cl the recent Teheran talks Simultaneously. reiorU from Brltaln'i "i Induttr* Indicated %  i.wn oil refinery programme v i.*ii l'" gross, ami would help in n duce the gap caused by the closing of Abadan %  %  *"cM Gernum Rep i • P CREMATION FOR BRITAIN URGED HARI B Hugh Uulton. Laboui mant'i Town and i | II • urged that Brituiio i i liiinel •'iv, i.Uutial !*'• %  •' lake up I > %  m mil space. i': i I-IIT i I...,' i housing .;..'. i fields and other open spaces %  %  m anaoa ;. | i r c; HKiiaiuT^Scw Koreair Cease-fire Ckmferenee mkf |l\ IMIII MUstiM TOKVO. Srpt. G. I \i KM. MATTHEW 1! ltllM.w \\ d.imind/'ii %  new Koi II r.isrlire 4 i>nfrr nre vjte and told lhKed\ I" halt Ilit n ll a lallu • iM.iml.r lb, lH.ll I nsii.ni de.iir unlcsa M e> wwbl in break oft* U,MMI. The 1 n led NatkMgl Supreme Cam* link .ii III.K..U .is l.,U, tml iii..le\. lent thai I uiled NtttMU lorie-, \ inlaleil K.tc UK DTRNAKD BKAJNC. HM t.<*'i ci tits Hows af Aaaafobl Ifotai Ut night. Tin Psriy was gi*i '>y thl^tcti Bi Mr Brsin. % %  .. ' %  | V ..IIIOIU of T.U.C. Move* For Higher Wage* BLACKl'OOl.. Btpl 8 The fradaa Union oogroai rnovad Thursday lor higher wages for British workers bui %  1 might go slow lo i .iv the inllationai. ion's rearmament economy. Delegates rot Bntall 8.000,000 union % % % % %  munisl ruppoi i |ng further wage raise* essential and they come out of proilrl h %  piled Government was to blame and was defeated 5 284.000 voles to 2.1W.000. At the Mi pu-hed fuougti ihe calling for more affective pf**]< and profit control and purchase taxe-. from i IP. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunset: 6 05 p.m Sunset: .50 p.m. Moon: First Quarter. Si ptrmber a. Uchtlng: 6.00 p.m. High Tide: 7 59 a.m.. 7.43 p.m. low Tide: 145 a.m.. IsM I New British Approach To Egypt Likely After Washington liig 3 Talks Bv W. A. THALER LONDON. S> I A iu-w iinlish approach tu the Egyptian (iovprnmt-ni for the aettlemenl •<( the conflict over U i ity, appeared likelv l follow the Washii.nton Conference of HnThrea Waflarn Foreign Ministers Lattr ii'ts month. Offi cialg d limn ih.n the Foreign Secretary. .v.Hild .send new pn p '' fore leaving for the United State* on Thu Hi.' DUl at fir^i Unif %  %  Britain %  [lines, Morrison is i allgni Origin %  during : %  ... f, omrnltling himself on ne* 1 : i t in i \\ orrinl OMT KaitfiHS Floffcfa KAMbAg cm Nil %  K -.1 .%  'linn disastrous : top local ai I i lo* 'lying %  %  Of the niui'i-mdlioii do) ... tion KHM.ItHl HIIM11 p< %  %  I I |.lam Increaae In Uv purl Caret. 1 waa ii'jhi and '-' Pl'hos. ernmrnt u purj:i Bgaiaal tna Jai I i %  Party for the socond tune in I > %  i '„ ofl H i %  i %  %  ••ii || M: 1 Q United 1 %  %  I Nov. %  M CHINESE LAUNCH NEW OFFENSIVE By BOBERT VBRMIIJJON KUilll'll ARMY HEADQUARTERS Korea Sep) 6 CHINESE TROOP! i n rnaoW tanks trnaahed mllee Into Allied linea on K".-.i-we ten Inotig thruBl down the Invaglon route toward h [g possibly the first move of thi I I tl de iir.iiKiiinii B'dnw BBBBBasTal %  .. Ii.>ds U %  %  %  %  %  I Neiin um II I .if the 11 1 %  M pm on 1 11, :i..t Unite* ... %  %  .1. nt lo r. ( iin pre K inevitably reaull lei 1 ipUoi and rurttn %  tchhig m WILL nr AB-i N1 rypm %  ^1 Mil pn IN R! -I'llN-IHII I I 1 %  %  Egypt NaUo foi Ihelr liven. -\( l %  %  HBW 1:11 I 1 . ,1 l an 1 I r WORLD'S FIRST ATOMIC PLANE .lit th< •: W LSI %  .. %  %  ..%  %  log iha|B| 1 V'uHet 1 %  • v. pon>vaii *'. %  %  r IF..'' • : 11 niiK .•• undei l %  %  ,1 I... any, which has i"-' n an engin for the At"mn %  I Commt sten Aller •• ,,iir Tut ill expert an lam that it Will lnon-s*op me-edible upeed. bv 1955. — 1 . r m % %  H.rb-n t|.Mi.- ... •ii1 %  %  laets with Cairo, %  . tru be U-rminmed full-aeale n-sumption <>f .mi she may hat ihins neti established ihe t'niled Si %  C'.ltev BRITISH SUBMARINES SAIL FOR SCANDINAVIA with Denrn.uk wl lantic Paet and S idded that the cruise was at* ... w< tnd.-r the Ii.-ltir s free sea, and not %  said Rusfla apptpntl\ hopes to make thr ie area a large Surface vessel* of both'nations j eight cruiser* and backed up b> paid courtesv rlh a! Baltic ports I man Intelligence raloon* %  rnmunlst The Admlraltv in London ">< *' Kartsfcrona. 8w % %  :.nd Cooenhagen Denmark d-^igned to express Brit tins lies LONDON, seu*. fl A flotilla n* British ulmat'-ei sailed for Scandinavia Ttiurrdai to demonslrate that 1.. %  Bailie a< lie the first sort! tmertean juhm"i %  lal call at a H BrltM Ii %  1 P Midnie KuMern PoUgj .• U Din 1'jsh.i to nbrosidft Brit %  1 p uniHi. n %  ( 1 an town s are .'.ware of this dam. 1 II ;ri tfi %  1 cal and mittl %  %  unilateral %hroi(a'..' | herself bound to -Iiplnrnsts %  emanating unonViallv fro friend the meanine Rod* Hull Parcel Shipment! From llirlin To Men/ BKRI %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I placed that I Intei lei Ing vitl 1 ... few -ogii, I Ity 1 %  %  • %  t P Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund YnleriU) i> not the aeal iai ">i ihe 1 ""•! oni> • 'is tiln.,1 llir ll..' i< in. ii 'in .-..,.atwaraa UM Sl OWIi mark I Inneed ' the ourferrrs Is ja.t ai treat a on tinraaafal PrMai wfcaa the hurricane laid Jamaica law The peiiph are atraggllng la sii lihliii 11 BiaMaiS oat, even heforr reiuillilno! si-n CAM VOI III I I" .Hi M Owe mi 11 huru is le aa d adtlre. hut nHe al .11 roaU I* applicable in evrrv ease %  >l this -..n Hand in tmir gBBall— to gay, %  "-mi in elthei bsah, ar direct In Unnl this aewsaaaoi ii in i at k n.iwIiMlueil next do hi' ilulhiur 1 Kii 1 B g aUead in nr.l I •> \„..w 1 I i Mi f. a a K ... . j i' i> lown ua V..111 ho %  bwi Ihe 1 1 %  1 -. %  1 %  balund Killed lore %  %  ..j ihe United Natlm An AlUed toured eolumi iwici ran llu 1 %  %  by the • 1 tllh U* o| the 0,1 : % %  talks bexan on lulj ID I. %  an or, %  i.. > %  it a United Nail t. . I 1 %  n 1 M %  11 *•• puttefl Boycott Oil ( liiiiiatuiii M4-tIiii|; \ii General atoetsll Ha e reinl %  % %  : in fUii %  %  H cub" km a* a %  I aavauli." %  %  %  %  %  1 parallel Ch . %  %  All" 1 1 %  %  %  HI., spaai %  r ll were In %  1 %  Jap Treaty Talks Ahead Of Schedule BM IMIN \| II j OON1 U I I %  %  Igning of thr %  1 % %  I %  %  %  ifn 1 I the ii 1 -si Ume ii .1 |mst-..i;ir mti n 1 on Seci I %  %  % %  legaUon was lhat the Conferenee was far ahead • '%  t. 1 orTlrisI* predleted UM if b> ill nationt 1 ; %  1 %  s %  , ... %  1 11 %  .ind that) . maj lw preparng foi retaliation against their Borne exI .i.| Id il gui %  J ta Coion illor \ •• V|i|H-ul lit U.S. >r I Inn "K aiir Vitl KINGSTON, geptemia 1 a . I< %  1 n 1 1. Aeyoi Mil whe baa raajuaaud ban 1 if %  1 rai %  %  will b H la 1 %  %  I %  liana as well i.. 1 %  %  %  %  %  food ai I 1 > we* ft* %  i p V Mluiilir I'nalv Itoth To Meal Soon %  %  %  %  ri_! .... %  • %  I f aesiU.li ^ called <>n becaov ing of U — %  •"* failed. 1 %  %  HI ,K %  : I %  P %  %  '"f .... esalona in ful , %  . %  %  %  %  IT BRITISH GUIANA WANTS W. INDIES RICE MARKETS mm n %  ('iiiiKhi Nagsaasgj Postal Hi %  rti eogrese num during laj He Bgured i r sageni ...i not begin bt taj s<> much prograai ara luting the morning nd lora thai Ihe 1 Inutea 11. 1. 1 in % %  M tuli %  List midii had lo Mbk foi miniUme iwenoiw ihav wee* csugl" unpra: I! would Ihen om month, but %  nighl Mid 1 ., 1 l chance of end-,.-.. Un %  i %  1 i.rl.l .1.1 i-.nl> mnrnlns meeting on Thui id %  1 1 P The "ADVOCATE" pay* for NF.WS Dial 3113 Day or Nighl K.W.V. WINES II (jJohld-fyamouA UJineA 0$ ths %  %  IRGBTOWN %  %  %  • I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  iern an I Judg' %  HAVI i.KMlli mi TABUDI Of KOVAI.IV Wli S MOI.ION IttIN \I'\KII MUMi I'll \S| R|: IN I M'l I ONI AMI A WlNI Wi % %  PR) irjuci fH AFRICA .., %  . %  ELAIR] H rreneri %  a %  VUSTIh English N 1 %  %  in th1 gave broughl %  %  forld .1 %  EON BON' WD" l-mperor a cond lhat in ... THIS I'MII.I ll'K Ol I n*nui :'! '\ :;;: -.-,-,',', ',',*.-.',',--*-*.•----v.'.WA -, -. -.''. : '<**# V..-WAV.



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SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FBIDAV, ^EPTLMBLK IS51 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY r WALT^ DIS.NFY |^AN OUTCAST, TW8 WUAT 1 M '. ) DY CHIC YOUNG ll % % %  %  | : THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS •jCMTs TO :"<-it' ... D| --/ ^: •A\ L_iJksti ir*PKCT*, UCTOflHAtiE JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS u 5^1 L^'fp.. ~0 I IIT THAT *A*f Tl*N WV l£AP... ANP A >.' (MkT Mf MUtPtBfP' Till AvP*}. I cos i roecfT TMAT.'IkjT VtX.1.. WMAI *JOU TO *v PONT EOffCCT iqNttl TMAN TUAT LflllNC WAlC TOWN TNT. uE7E'OME TMINC I Nevef TdPOo'4ABE . VVANTEP V TUE PCAX RIP KIRBY A'4.'M4 'AO/NOW rwtfc-t . Ml 0* Raspberry Jam In 1 lb. btU \ Aprkcol Jam In I lb, boU. O Marmalade In 1 lb. hot£ Mixed \wuhl-. In tins 31 ; F V'.rui.ir s.u.i in Una 31 J SEND YOIR ORDER AND INCLCDE J A BOTTLE OF OCR POPULAR i FIVE STAR RIM | BfCE & Co. Ltd. I IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to ail Cash and Credi* Customers for Thursday to Saturday oniv ABC OF READING WE HAVE IT AT THE THt ABC Off READING has been out of ptint fur some years. In taking the book over for republlcalion, the intbhshcr* have had in mind. n1 only that il ll a* useful, a* necessary ns ever, for the purpose for which il wa> designed, but that it should now be read also for lhe light thai it throws on the principles of Mr. ffSOMffl SffB pcti-v. And iiicident.dly. n |l delightful reading as a kind of abbreviated anthology — for Mr, POUDd MM nl >' recommends certain authors, but to far as possible proves his recommendation by quotation. ADVOCATE STATIONERY HIIH f.v r/riiii.vs UAMW ro 9BBVB SOUPS Bldd>\ MushriMim *"U|i Until%  (*par4Ca Soup Sunri<| 1 loin tin Soup Smrdlr** IUni.ilo Ian Smrdlet* \-|ur..uBM9I SOUPS II.in/ M-k Itirlle BMP ll'iii/ Ol lail Soup II.M/ Seuteh Broth Urui/ Kldurt ""p lleuir loiiiito Soup SOUPS II if Vnelable Soup I..ul Mixed VegeUble Soup KaleUh Asparar.uv Soup Raleiah Vegetable Soup AT THESE SPECIALS hots Brerhln'H Golden Syrup tins Lylm Golden Syrup i. tin Gliders Glucose Golden Spread hot* SoutkweH'a Miner Meat n bats Aple Fesnut Butter bot IIIIIM Cheese i Bot Msypolr l#mn <'heeae hot Grspefrutt Msrmslade o. hot, r.-OMe> A Blaekwell OhM Vtmm in. bots Crose A Blarkwell Gherkins i. Pkf* Shirrlffs l^mon Pic I IK i. bots Croasr A Blsckurll's Calves Fee* Jellj t hou Denier a ra Cssaerreep. ALLEYNE ARTHUR ft Co., Ltd. l It I.IHH I ItS" HI1.II SI. I'HU.XF I W'aY in I ll l ll USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tinr, Anchor Powdered Milk 2.24 2.O0 Tins Pineapple Juioe .33 .SO Tins Ovaltine (Larg.j 1.54 1.18 Tins Pilchards (is) .22 .20 Tins Evap. Milk .29 .27 Bots. Frontenac Beer .26 .20 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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I lilliw si PTI Mill R 7. IS31 BARBADOS Mil IK Ml PACE FIVE Christ Church \estry Take Evelyn's Tender PLEA FOR RE\/SIO\ OF ESTIMATES REJECTED I %  uld take that %  %  thai Ui i • %  %  nd Mi Evi %  I • %  i tha' they %  i n %  i %  iH %  %  %  %  % %  should r I Mr. ( %  .,-..' I sidering WIMIOW .inIIII.M % Intercolonial Trade Lulls i months been a marked lull in 'hu: (tnrbado* offers %  0 in %  %  %  i ids." a schooner %  AtmaV %  (Ad that Barbados has %  i! BO at On, time %  he said. • %  u between :-.:.• %  fl i "W-;i-ilayi — an %  I-. ih,. principal part <( the cargo Ibat schooners ttarbudos fr<" 1 I %  Hurricane RaUel %  Acting Ca %  of the Y 'i a Ha i i 1 thai ago Ih iti-h %  %  %  only a cargo < t %  i %  How THE DEANERY WAS BOLUIT Neu "\\ indow Bj Sea*' Near Gas Works lakes Shape Pineapples Increase Fruit Suppl) A i in JI uftun %  InI %  urn* than it M I a* %  %  %  %  Peaaaaei el the i an n pea] tret the i v i Will win %  \.\\ <>. in •Till tl % %  paan %  u h mi nippli %  lineal %  rtiera are •> nt qn | | : I.. I tins %  ssaon thai me) b< nd own I" h ! %  Ix-KUli tO hunt I IP 11en bathing your dog ... H flBMihj \ ii Vaaaasytaaaa %  < niv B Whan the HI British have to be employed to cover curSon i ,l|, bring respond. BrlUah Guiana The A' %  arriving; recently said thai %  (iu. %  iiir I %  tar of get) HurrlcaiM Relief Conn Mi M< Ki i %  lid that %  %  St. Mlehai ..iiiiii.iiiv known in Eterbadian* ... US 1" -%  i .urn in 1953 it will bo I' A dEacu bool wok %  MI st Ibahaal'i Veetrj ... I %  it. i>"" II IS BUN rail r repair* I I I ANOTHER in i' the G I %  i %  pot has now %  to the area Th leads the water irom the Baj Land an /-WON II I HITCHINSON lift TetmosoV Soap Km HUM %  naoM rnnuaoT Sean eaanani %  pm 111 neosBBBieai hkh quKlh kilt* fleas, luc and oihci %  .*. i pcaa 1 IK Soap l^ e.t UK tttghCW quallt) pkaUDth p and %  araaahk i< u c it %  non-unum and non-miunous to Kih nun and doni ct t h %  njmah. %  retmoaol 1 Soa majai the growth vi' a healiIn glov-v coal TETMOSOL SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 02. TAUETI i \ a i', %  ropan canal bet 'his \ rlthllnrhonr flues lliyh In go to I i; %  d %  ,' v[ ,. ii arag disclosed thai the buildi bathu %  would be look afti %  %  %  %  log %  'vested In the DSSU iinu delightful l# his succcwors. moM were !!'" %  ... the si. Miehaari Veair* was • teen bath without feu authorised I %  < %  imeni the sum of E2.0O0 t | I puichiwr .* parK ^ ,, „ u ; .., u „ The little brW i olnte i I Ql i He ni en dad th n Shanl %  lajnad %  %  E l I VI N %  i... %  i %  %  ol harbour due than J to ba ii" l-.IKl N'. Hou %  %  %  %  %  I %  1 %  %  % %  Mi. Me lb i would continue until I (Mine i-1 %  person. needed, and he would suggest that be emplo] %  ernnn nt t elerk Md did DOt have to do with the 1 A ili'ik %  lli^h Standard %  spirited p< Hurricane Rani i i, that thi Chri-st Church hi I I % %  :. bavinj 0 ol firewood and i badJOO, thoae comM i rrtvlng \< tiistc i %  % %  "in LI .. %  .II!. mito gel rU ' I Careenage, the Captain said %  St Mid ' "'"' '" S|.i big fU Id aroi h standinv \ 1. lli.V' thorlaad t Klet>,. land H i hauled convanli nl h %  %  Broundi '" '^ || the (orrner pleasant look out tc and ti. %  town to i 1 wc Fe IIH. nMoay tn purehaM alhar lands to t.ik-, l i %  .. cd Bl <>•,"window" %  ppi .,'' %  s.p.inne needs the Qen. ral H %  lh -* rf B %  %  •cho nan glao ihi n .iinieult to ;, r;i t.deeda were m* M |S '""i"''''' ' I %  load for „f the Rec* I clerk Mould ,,lhcr >urt *" *".iry t,, ir.id,. wi:h through which they i "iiit Car llepair Claims -i-.iMini I hai I1 *'" know i as the Th Raetoi .. ponds on that i %  tth 'i %  ni thate %  change i t in. die) irt Of Th.Advocate was told yestorr that the old it-< torv—prePi D. vloua to the prasmt i 1 4 S Station Hi" %  T-:I I £6 4/1 from N. A Bsi % %  the Water Works, Cnj The eUh %  :-:MI4. P Church h I thedwenini At pn nwncrs to haul Up 'heir 1 k I II II I a" %  .In si .trrin-il! fRESH SHIPMENT OF ll ItlNA CHOWS ALSO I lilt li FEEDERS III. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd.—Dhtriham. Ihtrc it no ntiil lor you 10 luSVr %  goniwni %  %  '-mciii. %  bring you quick rilirf |f rn>t>ili;.n| .. |CM in you' uomith I HUM Ol U.t (JiKonifort Modfn (ondmom ..me )• ncrvout itic\i nd flinolto umiMlomi"•> I i" aealed frraah I '"ion „is ovrnie -'lfd. Sml Lavrndrr Wsbtf LgS. M*d. sml. Otl. Priaa .;: i : o \,iu 2 4S 1 .i. | BO l< 1 M Li France Rase Paifaaw Qaaagaa Heas r


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PACK KOI R BARBADOS ADVOCATE FKIDU 81 I'll MIIKIt ,..I,I..I Flea—3 rrtaWa kr ife* Asiaoir Li*. i* Si. lrUi-u lriO1S in thll i us uom two separati Istlncl sets of %  one who takes any Interest in thi of living iiat the ated and that the number ol young woi ktnen is to I to i eplaci The bursar) %  : %  tern Instituted I %  menl rendei I good < '• [tattoos, both In scope and linance. touches only the fringe ol the problem. With the limited number brained undei this system the del i cairn >t he II In tha bviouj now that many people who lend their children to secondary echoanm*-iit.'ii> equipped to make the fullaat use oJ the educational Facilities or because f end to pursue a scholastii i the university, but because they kx that attendance at s secondary school for a period ol yeai is the only era.] a Job farfetched to say thai education In island has been allowed the wrong h;as and the doctrine of the dignity <-i labour has been lost. Its plate ha> been taken by a mistaken snobbery attached to the open sesame < All the jobs for cully train rtei to HI not only those Jobs lor which %  %  • lmportedt bul also the poets which would become available In the event of Industrialisation ll IS DOt el. establish industries in thll island itn-nK becausithen is a plentiful supply of cheap labour. It should be our boast that when Industries an established laboui ol any kind ,iwell as the technical know %  supplied m Barbados This Is the onty means of raising the standard •>! Ilvl ,ni agricultural community dependent upon sugar alone. Is anothei and to be solved. Tin only hope fog the Weal Ii If and wl> S C MM tht %  be population adj pl'o\ Who have no technical trail %  tie or no contribution to Indies and Mim. from that standard tot w bich I .red Bai bados < >an still be saved rrom : by the Institution ol technical edw %  | (MM throes* i %  %  : IK I the**" i... %  %  i i %  %  %  ,; are if lo open Utual and economic *itU, the con. hi : hlv iho*c of tin. rubber an-' which m.. dtsstvearwoi,i -IUM %  trees' r.! ur Uwii the nlan levels %  • > i riu. and last month, for the pro! i .I"DM OUU one day ixrovalui-d w..> Ka UnitedIK lUon'OO tnose responsible Hut the i (pi .,. %  :...< tin i lng specific dollar-savin*. rubK-r market, where A rtlM large %  atockpilin* purchases have beei ,suspended in order to '* *'. priMa, twi been a '"_'' r raw material producer.m reewitWan carntr pro1 -i I-K-IV dvs to i..' ,r..-olive only ..llv hlKh -cv.l of Arm-ricm oetrietl i "> a !" !" ** !" %  .ill IK-Kin tl poHM when nee p, unless oils ee rn a n d^is rn> pUiced— ai it may well be—by rnment < "' mj,n ' lecly to be. %  irnwiincnl pror!itnmes gatner moment'im. The raw material II i %  UUOOk la .-louiled WWI uncertainn UM Maumpi to the.i %  nt if the Oomraonwetttti mlaUaTI are able to makiSit Of future prospects. ., .. ..... . HUM. nor com uu i""* pMd 'iiK ofAcial pou v The lint tful plan* that Mvi dollar • xirt." It na>. "ut th>P.E.P.. Ill txpenat of taporta to t pa at aruni lo .i.-v.-t..|. haskwaitf am wrinld i .niv nmui. bwnjiio atadaOart tlorml In omclal quarwim,aad wa. trading werr lo it. at "nauna nm.-. It captad bj %  a MI S '>*• .... u laal .iuiBui a auw tampl Ia • %  >'•• ( |u.n-trrm DDVWUI thai it IS • illy usvlui %  upply i.v Miikinn to laruni r< WlU; no.Kl it was ... inornM h . i nunonwaaltn pnaaan bua froa Bntajn t i • thiM that may as II la to txi...rt thcin %  Amfrl'.. .,]„. tha and by aIM ao, to a *i ; i %  m untrlei t.. Amei %  %  lur th.-n .mini arave risk >nli IDU'.%  • %  Id. Than ' %  anj iii-ell ''-"i 1 shortaae. t" rmbaik When sarv.ua the Am.-ncan marITI '.hull upon the lanja-acala davalopinanl aal knvolvei a dri ra mate -piodlldlll tha atyla oCioodi i-iur.ci. 01 lataatina unptlon aapendltura than would be needen Mipplynil the Itei u i malarial (whara British firms nave ions likely t" oontlnua axparlaBea), mere cai lie little to coma, the) arUI doubt whara tna 'rue economic I. hjll) lUatlliad m furtherlli'..ilv.mt.u. in-it l Y's Ql OT. 1 VaNKV "I Rn t. book> and lo nature a* a bee Koes lo Ihe Mower, for a nectar thai I can make into ni> %  ** %  h..ne>. I,l,n .. t II A I) A > llril.iin ill maki I Hiiv 1o*.l of oil — lisil il ill ***\t us I IO.OOO OOO tin .loll IIN| a mo II Hi LOSS IU HIKNW.I. II \KK1S will ii"! out petrol tMck on Uw m ,1.. %  bb Itom Kuwi it But M.. I %  heikdom be poorer ii motor i quality. Vast New Relineries Hut that will l. t nly a tfmporbol" betni repfa north-weal a ry phase. By .i -inoke of gooc i"' t ten Quit. f( II. i : .. r.i tain .''iii Weatera Burept art re %  "4 Into opei itloo. ^.^^^ 17.000.000 ton*. Tin%  .. i ... i i .it,,...,.. i ear It u p. lu< Ini ii Ihe '<• %  • %  ol oU n alns %  "II Britain. Then the meat oil groups | Oil ft up ind up started on a £125 millicn i \ %  , programme to raise our n pacity to .0.000.000 tons a yearY((ll %  Urtwiean outpul rcuihbr equal to out p r e a e n t conol gumption. B.000.C m pleats have Am( %  40 cent.ilready sl.ii.ed wnr* Next numti Mr Attlea will up.n the hlgyei meg—with 0 f them all—the r:t7,500.lM' 1 :. %  linery at Fawle> on SouthainnIha nope to ion w*e1 make good half the losa ol IVi-i. oil. %  teapina %  need, i ree btevinrlee %  %  fa one b %  %  (Ye ha*e to he a pn u> i i.ii: .-.-.lit mi'.orM ^l hum up J l. i .1 poire) M-jr. II rrprrsenlfi 30U R illiHiv.-*-!,..,....! for nil* %  ; i .r i Canada A <;rrat Hope i half That will : %  horn Ihe irrocid'a i All inUc. Vem nieu has ; %  .. :.. g pg II r*ite. In the U s Msi-if more crude than ever before is being ., „ %  PUI I ...da. too. Is a "" .I the future. "8VPPI •! IN BRITAUS WILL B.: Mi.Ill FOI ION i ii*. ni t v\i B11AI i .i i it\ In of Ihe h.t ihe in %  %  %  %  %  ; drive a motor%  %  .'ii a itde %  i tit can turn out | vono.Wto urns i f %  t> which It i| Abailan' WITH i\ii'Ki>\ |v\ i IONS %  \* llll OILMEN, i MI \N"•Wllt l. VI.-~ IIIOl l.M. I OR \ sllOltlIIMI II MAI III Mil" \K\ TO ItRW. t>N BTOCaU. THAT PLANT WILL ADII fi.sgo.oee TONS .% YKAR TO nttlTAIN S OI'TPI'T rrrmoL uu OIL. PARAFI1N. llll S|| (HI,. HINhlK H LL AMI ll'HKK'ATIMi OIL It in fortunate that it sht-utd t.< coining into operation at thi. critical tune three ahead % %  ( i tMdtue, Without the enlerpiise of Ihe i il iraupi. Premiei M would not have put you back on ,i monOUS ration yf SQ mile. I pleeeure" itMearlai 11 I aJU pctml at all. Rationing will h> avoided, bin don't und" %  tin bKl nn US Ai n UUoni ol dollai earned in aulUi .1 dounn And until re dap obtain much %  reati i %  ) iai ill ol gtertln,| oil from the Mi-in a i i*i, Britain no the Kinpinwill be raced nith • monthly bill ol art ind cio.ooo.ooo douara for mi bougl %  %  %  i> %  n' American siHirces We can lit output, i>tu..">. tlt.rd those dollars. i' . %  I.MM wimh is why 1. i:.s. Our ICI^MIC-I-V Snv Compttltory fata^/wawA %  inif artti' pubhr t. Althoitfci %  %  %  ... %  %  : %  Klter IN .ti ii In %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i iluntarily, this sudden %  %  ad vehicles %  these arfutnenta %  mtroducinB it %  %  the URM i level > %  lompan* I to quote %  the chief objections to a breaks down. That kg which will be put to the test now tl ii (knrenunent, %  •* you .,:>. iInvlune quoUUona, There is aooui tail D watriune, buwevar, Leglstotlon tot n'nipuu-ory Insuraiui' IH II) • n to requiring insurance ing from penonal injury Bui c*l grill probably Insure %  miudint claim Horn in.ii.i tj (which .i rule Injury l i i omparing new I quotaIMng one (Hight I'EDK i WAONER Sixtnn it.en ar.SfOUIM) me in this little shack. On : kti old tannec He attt on a chair with his head bowed, staring at the floor. The others are all youngsters. Not one <-l them is over 25. They have taken off their shirts and ar' standing and lying around, brown and bare out for their shorts. Easily they talk oi Amvnca, Australia, and the Jobs they hope to get. Like the old man. hey have all of them within the last weeks, :ut then wa\ tlirougfa -he 9ft. high barbedtangled wall that surrounds Hi; ind have escaped Into the British zone of Austria—and (n TIIK GUABDfl Some of t)nin u %  i mseleea, like the tall 20-year-old youth from Bin: A* ho has a year in Communist prisons behind lim. Rva came over together In one party. 1 'There were four ol us planning to escape 'ram Sopron since May. But era waited till Tibor tuir. who i in the army, arrived home >n leave so that he could come with us." The two chii'ilul men in bed over there Jot out togethei They were frontier guards specially picked by Hungary's Communist :hiefs as n for the Hungarian •eople. g/as to patrol the wire and shoot •t anyone thej found trying to get through "We both had our tirst papers taken out oi Joining tin party,* 1 laughs one ol tl i %  "They tolil us we W9t9 >od Communist Tiaterial." ONE GRIEVES He tllinks II B nlsndld jilent and stricken with i*nef. He was in a party, too. And that is his tragedy. With him were his wife and daughter. But at the crossing point they were discovered. There was %  burst of liring They became separated as. in the darkness each tried to make a hreak for freedom. The old man has been hoping against all odds that his wife and daughter would turn up in this camp, to which all new arrivals are consigned by the Austrian authorities. But live days have now gone by and still them. 1 have been asking them all how and why i they del Si out. The answers conform to those I lave had from all the men I have talked to In the course <>i tins Inquiry —whether thr\ are from Poland. CMehoalo vakia, Hungary. or Rumania Tinyour;:! men wanted to get out either be cau se the) were soldiers caught up in a military machine (roni which there was no prospect of release, or because they wen due to become soldiers. Tinnext call-up is! at the beginning ol September. All felt that as soldi.is they wen i 1 .'ii behalf of their -ounamies, Look al the new barracks they are buildrerywhere, the arms the Russians arc pouring Into our country, the Soviet missions who have taken charge ol our army." % I KISK ANYTHING Tnej were ready in risk anything to escape i :n,enem} The old man wai B tanner and cattle-dealer by trade. The Communists had taken it from him. He nodded in sympathy when one of the young men said that his farmerfather as a punishnienl for staying out of the collectives, was being forced to deliver from his small-holding so much grain a year as .. tax that then was not enough left for his taii.ily to live on. Most Interesting of all was the young man from Budapest who had h.-en arrested by the Communists in October 1948. "Tiu'v found an automatic rifle in m\ ( %  room," he said quite simply. "It was a left-1 from the war 1 had hidden it in il hope that I might use it against the Com munists one day." H" was given the full treatment at the HIS A'idra.sy-str"'t headquarters Ol ret police searchlights playing on h^ face, hanging by the wrists, and all thi YEAR IN IAD. Then, after B further interrogation in the Marko-atreel prison, he was sentenced to ; iraer*i detention, carried out at Vas. I am surprised they let him out. But the) did. He had to repoi %  i rice every foi b When he was later, once every month. He could not get 8 job, For with his ptis record Bo State enterprise would take him onand in a Socialist State that is that. So he had to live on his parents. 11; mother had a Job In one of the nation %  concerns as a typist His father was an excivi] sen. imaJl pension. Three times the deportation gang called on pours in the block of flats where he and his parents lived to lake them off to the leath b) starvethem. "EaCll Umi Alien I helped mv friends I wondered when our turn a come." The method of deportation was irregular. .Id call and | they —L lB AII\ oi \ 11 STATIONEBV CHAINS /•'or fri'i-i; I'lirpoMV • %  at GALVANISED W "; 3/16'; ', .' IRON 14" BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDEUH: All Cut to atofrdnJ l.i-iu:ili> — ALSO — INK; (MAINS, LKADS and COLLARS WILKINSON & HAVNES CO, LTD. Successors lo C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Thunes : 4472 & MM — BKCKW1TH STORES I THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — "A RANSOM! MOWER" II" MINOR MOHKR (uith motor) J280.24 l" GAZELLE (with motor) 250.0(1 14 TIGER PUSH ***• SI'AKE l'ARTS AVAILABLE DA COSTA cSt CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEFT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. II V OS IV %i CO. LTD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WIIIOH IMSOIM"ITS nri' You -II ##• ilflii/hlfil nilh Aiirhor RutU-r prr lb S KH Ainhnr I'.vao. Milk orr 16-01. tin t* Anrhiir Wholr Milk prr 21-tb tin •; ;t \ I...T Whulr Milk prr 1-lb tin M ChnldJr llimr ppr r.-lb tin 3 20 Cooklna < %  <•< ".< %  at It* >> 3 HiStI ITS C'arr <• (Trim Crarkrr^ i JIT %  ereel aneeelti Carr's AiU Hiuits N. J'r M.mi'll Huns*fofftrr 1 MEATS M ZXALAND LAMB .AtSTKALIAN BABBITS (iv in: UNfl SMIIKKU KIPPtRS nna VKIKTABI.IS SREOAIS ) rusin'ii ptaeeseaM i" iin s tl Ooekl Paaac PT tin 1 0 InTti h"lj loiiu prr botll*1 00 *i it*-*' #•# %  / /rofti ...(.ODDAKDS



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. J~ %  KL AlteratioiisInHaiullin Cargo PACE -• . ..-•._, Water SettUiig III GldHt-W For BirthMarriage •• fminwi MiamnM in. Canb Calling U %  herge is U 0" lor a-r nambfi of won i.p to X and g cent* pn vnd lor aarh additiora] *',M I.mi rath Ft.*** Mm tMi.r. i > %  and 4 p m 1111 lor Reath Neslrrs Hkb alia* 4 a I The charge *or % %  I'l'lMtd(H. Deaths AHOioarl • ..#• %  'e*.n. anal • aleenorum nolK-t n %  I M on •i*ka i|< in4lli laneaSH lor an numeer •. words up IO M an* 1 ni.n per i>rd OP week-da VI an* i centi prt word n Sunder a d dW —al %  •:. mu MimorT %  Tr...r*d#s W but*": fcer IMI. Baby Pamela Allrradi Jammer of Mr and MrDonald Allcrolt of leaseholds Lid and frarid.u...grift at Mr and Mr. Vdwi Warr-tt H I >rr;il leave* tnglerion. t'pper Ra Street this morning at %  3 o.leek for lb* Wr*n>L.r>CcneterDonald A lie rail. Jean AUnf %  '!" %  Warran i Trinidad Guardian please rasa. 1 • li—in IN MEMORIAM Ml.i \ .i Innni PMaMaTj •>' our .(_i "cloved mother Bertha Itaaabc itM departed ihn Hie Seplett mm Tih IMI, %  nubtii and happ always rantanl "> %  "" •" sh. FOR SALE "'"*"* ebdrg* tree* It rear, m S--dv fa) ^ortf, eve. M %  CAL CSTATL AUTOMOTIVE U> T lirUde. >. land wats hra Apnii AKC\ A 1 brill.. 1 aland. %  driven Appl> CAB.-IMI HlUmar. Sa atari, grata With rrd U a*.-*n, -a-dlnen a. „„ Appls Ralph A Beard, lower BS1 Sir**! Dial Mia am—Jp fAH-Ont Chrysler Royal Car m I MM ...dry -ill mabr an excelle. i T, Apply Harold WeMLethead e'e Br V. ratn.ihead Limited 4 I II —i | ELECTRICAL RADIO On. PnlBpa Radio Bircllsnl condition No reaeaneMr a*er refi.eM Hat Broa 41 Basalt Street • f II lln Te u-.dernii.ad nafg „..„ ,„. taM „ puMic eonapetitiort at Ihair ORlce. No IT Hit* Sire.' aridgetoar.. ,„ | tl da-. lh# um day of Septvrnber. iMl al \ The two-.tor.ed E*rlltnglioiie hnowi a. COmSTCW. with 'ha land wheteor Ilia unr (landand thereto belonging •Ji*r!r MM or ih^a'boV.tTTtWu **"* %  ** %  • imn Avar.,*. Beiievi.... ^ Ml *h..i Ii-.ipiiori o> appomttnani anth Mr* L Topp*n. lih Avtii'Jt, Dial 1TM Fot furtbar partlrularr and con4ii )M of tala. applr to — CUTTIX. CATFORD 4, CO w. in f I D II MECHANICAL >ino>-*la^rd will offar for talc a' comprtlUen at Itiatr oAV*. N rl ^irrrl. BrtBaaiown. on Friday I da. i>f Saplaaabar. IMI. al S v pM At tha .o L..dln uf Whan lha SaiMa ara What a lathann* i M MMM ,...lr r-.d MMM r UH %  .,!> I IVflWRTTTOS .Mr-' m'ADKHA When ihfC'lwn.U Toft Jrid Iha.r Ouartrrly I itllnji rarco frnn> Aouiii ronv into rom Mi lxJt -.H-k law' %  HUatilt); Early t n JUIM M PJS.S %  ihl lha Cor.ferenc* LioM hurt rtc.u|a>d that as trom Juh lal charge M 10 per frAouid b* collecled on Barbadr.' i*sr|o. and from the *amr dale all trnMl, l. li8hierBEt> and uaretild be for consignee*. Jic-ourU. The bauc [rri E hl %  iti <.uld apparently rBBMltl av i.i (ore and therefoie the Undtng expenica would in future be an addition to the pre*m freight chargei M Import! fron^ the Contincn ;Meaarr. R M Jore, I, Qo I MeaartPlantation! Ltd .igrntr 1 Sngurnay Terminal*imt1ji inforniatioii. %  Mi in riiHidaa u r* miin A COMPANY MISCaXLANfcOUS and lharrl. im'ui> thrraabouti Itiinl Arlinn Th.thrds* llrn %  l#t promptly took joint action to jrotne Interestn of local ; F... a>ai> IH 4 ..i~* IT III H \OIKIS Taa raal* pa* aa — Una oa wWdmi ' •aid Li crUi p*r Otfalv l.a. a \'i mMOmaan rlua-a II W a •* •ad II M an fail am t'H^i auffoM NOTICE Tan rib.<| thai UM tall r..itoii lorial Evnmi wl buMaVI C-dl-da on I fwMMi Oar tMI. at I p II Will all Ihoaa alia mi |..-a.ntanllv ovarMwird nol r.ralva a ftarwnal r r notlra and lurn >ip M Ihr nmp i f.ni NOTICE CAJOM -Kodak, . Aa Mw. r ,-<* %  bundrad dollarFTH. Kr,i-u lid C. Pharaaa*) HIM TFN Tha d*rH|nfrt04i*a I ALLRVNI VUJJC.M wnarrofi Ihr amr alaiidi 1 '*'H" !" nl.,mii.: b) n-.til I.U| ,,ua:a fr-l o and lha oul.buildln(a U on tha Baa. al HaaUrwv Cnrlit Churrb. IrH't the Interest? of lOCBl adMaMg Hotri Hoiai em ai far as povibl. a> it iHBV tma ^ %  "*• %  *• "would arise in connection with T paniculan. anal rondlUonr good* already bought (inn On (.' IT terms but which would ni CATFORD a co^ (^ shipped till after Julv l ..I rnrilanl. il w ..rrl IW aMI jrr rMrn.h.li H"d : Im II III* ihirirt are TOe. ,i.*i tan toatrr than Itrrr 1 hr pm rra| amblMht.uld haa* ttWl Hal high rial a>f livina m H.rhado l due to —e rviani to th. heavy fxpriisr* iiwurred loall> in handling imparted is-**. As taag aa the t'nlon insists thu their niemberi ~ i11 reeelte niurtrin rate, of wagea. avhlrh no une *... %  •.! irudsa ihcen making :i. %  howei The Land II "., %  -, %  i | %  •Mr eouras. Irotn i OuH) H M A.... Rim Rfjad looted u..i. TTfM I r e.i aecina.1 f.ml. \ in. h wrcrc broughi ttmi ,1(1 I tl tl %  iti h -iftt'i %  %  %  lush) wnn m c mud %  /te stf/fc/ted /b F/te/schmannts Hew DRY \ Yeast NEIDt NO RIFRIOIHATION-AS EAST TO USI AS OLD-FASHIONED PERISHABLE TEAST brtavaan CUTTU'. Tha nndrril|n*d will puhiir ronapatlllon al taat 11. Midi. Bt.^i. Iliidplo. She llih dl> ol SrpSr-.lH-r FULI.KH BRI'SHKA -N.w ahlpmant. all kind. Fuller Bmil>a* ircludlnp ladlaa HtidH\an4a. Can I. nn.UrnHnba. Tooth -ill br.iabaa DanUI Plau,m..haa. Comphnt"a Balh lirtiaa.*. M-: If N • ..." ^r: Bp OlVa .at Frlda< __ •II. "i tMI,,,,^. trheme to Septrmli TilF roTTAQt OhTT SHOP, suadins i art r voluminous idt-Us and li*l ion aquarr faat of land, adjotnlnp I tcrs. the three firms deetORaf) Barbaoo. A^uatir ciub. ioaihvT send Mr Cvnl Weatlk "• .?* Hf' Amsterdam at their joint txpcnai to diseuu the matter thoroughK "^^> •*3 # Thi wonnalrl aaUia on ar before the NU dar of 8ap4aa>bar IMI. M alar that date ihatl proraad to dlatribute the aaart* of lha deceaacd mn| the D-inei. entitled Ihrrrto havtn rearard i lam.• of which I (hall thai NYLON STOCKINCi* F.imou. • Alga" ova In < double aolr and heal In all mcalarn shade, and ilia*, onlv ||.aj pi-ir Remember iheae .twkings worth mere thai two dollait a pair Klipalanl 1/ khsan Sltrari Dial 4111 have had liable lot NUet : I 1 paraon part theraaf Io of whose debt or naim %  aaaai %  " •> %  ' %  have had notice And all persons Indebted to lha aald estate tit requested to settle their M MUal l w.1111 MS without deUv Dalrd this IMh dav of Julv. IMI E M swiurroNir King's Rolwltor to T SI -4n OUJHAM DAT Tlwefea, aold wllh a Ta>lor's Garoea re HediTUVn one 44.15 T %  IIIn >VR-DC-CD — A • Future Giveentire i Bdanea all day I •.;. rianllAr Danlura nmfnit and eoaKMGIITS LTD IS II *n Th. underlined will orler lor sale I public r^inuelilmi. at thru Office. No I HU|h Street. B'lrifrtnw., an FVIda>. tli llrt (t-> of rarpirmbar, 11SI. ai 1 p m t ACHJBI 1 ROODS M ."EnCHE-l wila the sirm n ai or dwalluitf I., UMihereoa known aa BENTHAMS and Ihe outbuildings thereto The dwellinf-house contains Ope. Verandah. I toed Varandali. Drawlna %  rid Diniria Roonu. 4 He.!. ....... Kltelie Mg p.ntr> The house U wired lot Elecinrm .,! %  ga oag AUrnliiMi! Mil %  CATION llll'l PUNCIPALH OF (Ol. LEGES/SCHOOLS ALL MANAGERS Female Oi ktiu^i rrach furl Taaoba i-ek emplnym in college. latma ml leiclal luaied Veneiualart 'Nornullsti f<: %  Training (\iiln UNIMET MAJOR'-Constructional Angle mbaa abaaiutaly Rigia Strel Framework Frorh a raw paekeU ol UNIMET MAJOR ou ran conrtruct Benches. Storsga. Fivturea. Shelving. T.ollaya, Frames In, Light Buildings m irtaMlna and ..">•useful aaulpmaril Available (rom Stock. P MtrsatUN BOM a CO LTD. Mai ItIS—UM 4 -1 11-Tn XMAE MR .1 \lalrhat>ll.<. •erf uma Durtirt I of Yorl IT A reduction clear R LTD • t II 1. proa im il v recllon any day aaeepl Bundav an ihe houra M I p m MM 1 i> %  i .riher parllcuUr. and condition r appl. M romr. cATiv>nn A CO 1 • II -Tn AUCTION %  '•41 (REVaOLtl i OSSV We are -Hurled b> Ihe tnsuian.e AgenU Io aall P} Auction this vehicle hirh has been '.•maged in an accident Sale al Courtaa-r iaraga on Friday llh Sept at 1 pm JOHN M DLADON A Co A icl Ion res. I ft 11-411 On SAL* AT t'l -TOM* Ihe i % %  BR will Aiictxxi 7t Cartnu < % %  Si. Deal Planks, and 1 Pkg>. i I u. || rartotais n( Clgsie Ten— %  In.tl. CASH 11 AJICY SCOTT. Con Auctlonear tea • Advi V-VAVX-'e FURNITURE AUCTION LOWER GREYS CHRIST i HI K. n hrrana B.ard'4 Hall Pall.. Stallaa lflh aeplrmber FOR RENT Miaiaium ckarpa u ask Tl rent. oad • caara 5H"dova l word* — osae M i..'ii I cents o u-orj weak—4 caata a cord on Saadaui; HARBOUR LOG In CsrIUle Bay Yacht Marullteae. M V Darrwood. Sch l.vdta Adiiws R Srh FranHll'i D R Sk-h II Ortai *B R.nw-n* Sch LucilkM Bn Uh Srh Marion lleile Wolfe. M V Mai Wl.. I %  k-. HOUSES SEA WELL All Ihe following In Mai Angle Ended Cou Stand. Berlii.e Chair Suite iCouch. I Rorkert. 2 Arm Chair*. Dining Table iseat 14-1S> II Dining Chan.. Serving Table. He Ciist Tip-Top Table •hrivel OfFre Chair. Tra TroUa> Rde. Rapsv. OhKia IJquor Cabinet. Sideboard ml Table •Plate Glass Topi 3 Tier Cake Stand. C'lail anCoffee Tables. Plant Stands Drop Lasf Table Pr Ca-caaaona Tables leraena. Tras. Taw RacKs, Pr Single farda V.nu Springs.. Ttlpl* Mirror Drtsaim Table. Larga Wardrobe ayrM long Mirror. Book Ends All Ha above In Mahogany V..-i. "IT: Ra. lag retrk Va. other Tables Claarter Kltcbrn and Caata %  starids SMI Ware. Roll Top Dealt. Pine Linen Pre*. Folding Canvaa nitd Deck Chairs. Upright Chairs Marble Topped Tables Deal Unen Press. Cooleralor. Mirror*. Chtm.ng Clock. Carpal. teed Water Containe-. 4 Single Hah Mattreeaev IM-.-. Feed 11... Wood and Coal Stove, ken Safe on Stand. • Good Galvanised tron Buckets. Goad Asiortmenl QaMSSM Win All 1 toe VI MM Spoons. II Soil ile Baoona. II Dinn. Fhaktr Cantet Park' and Ssrvrr*. KnlveSpoon*. %  Table l._ Knives and Forki II Baraki Knu-n and Forks Carler and Tea Spoons. Caba FarkI Sets CWVRHJ Kniwas ai.l forks C.ra.y Ladle Crumb Tra>. %  LiMa. Beswsi Pain good I.nee. Tweed and Drill Soil*. Mrrnina Suit. Hal. Boots. Arttei I'rnerwear. Miar '1 IFTON TERRACE-T.i an approved Unaal > .rrUahad Ho—-. Upper Bav St Orpoalte Yachl and AqualMClubs All HOUSE-Roomt H'.use at CM tM fl M Jane. Appl> la I Vearwood 'Bu. Conductor). Car Hoc Si James 1 t II—la '-as V P-reira V N. A Tal III UcC. !ad> ll.ose. F LSSRHI 1' It M I .4 I WA.M11* HELP G H U Sst l f Hi-hop ntPAR'' lar nil'-1. (.alana Btephrn Skelln> Marie Drakes aiadvi Lngan. Susan lanpln. Trr> LndBn. Hnl>.i Lagan. lama. Baa. Martin WkrVharr.. gather Remard Brown. ChjrleBurtar Keith l^wi. lar Trinidad Edna Vuille. Kathleen Hobson Chrisune Sin..,. '. tpaasaa, or OMgrgi I" Hi' II.n.-i i Rintagr. Ijiiira Dlianaonlal Nnla Phillip*. Ang-lal 1 %  „ lle.trr T..urel. Peter Collen. %  I n. hn:.ii.. OI|.. GnrTllh. Jose Fen.andes Olio McLean. Jenei Uacchu. OioiiVa-iaaaurn>. Hamon Fabrat. RarTn -n.lWinifred A RTENOGKAPHEB AND i haa had previous i need nol appl> MAIL NOTICES MISCELLANEOUS RANTED TO BENT ii ii i il in M TO BRHT In I irotir J Cit>. -Mla.-frld Scan m Co L* 1 S II lt< XMMHIISI im thm ADVOCATE *.< %  • tails, and mp'i' ..,...• AUCTIONEERS J*lkM. Blab RIO* R> IO. A.F 8. r V A Phone 4640 Plantations Building ajpousmber IMI and POR 0RM4 %  •real Mail al Keptambar. IMI i n m on the llh OrRaW] Man ..t Sept.mber IMI Mall* lor Vlncanl and Grenada Ihe M V C I. M Tannla will iloaatj al the General Post Office I..err J>orrel Mall at 3 p m an the September. IMI Rr g SMaCd Ma., al I M I SOIMIV! John Arlott's Book 04i.s ir rar/v fWCKET has been Mid out but if you desire a copy yD u cr.n book your order immediati with the AWVOtATi: STATIO.M.HV fur Bntaah Osilana b tl Belle W.J!** will be <~d maral poat Offipe as under rgo. A.i result Of Ml VWl H *• IVBTl today received a cable from th> RNs.S Co stating that the Conferenre bn* agreed that the steamship linewill conttnua to Blaaoii all lighterage expenses, as well a* overtime expenses incurred in the steamers' warehouses, but thnt th normal warehouse rhai if will I fiiture be for consignees" account Hg Savlny This represents a gffj I erable saving over the poaal. but In future consignee^ nrlll h.,v I.I add the warehouae chargiI when computing the liinded COM fai |0ROa Cement. Nrtlllaan •" -ive* will continue lobe dsrUvered free from alongside and will lexempt from the ten shllln-: .surcharge. The Steamship Companies itatc that they have hd u< lake tin step on account of constantly rising costs of handling cargo I tar. There is im doubt thai along with steadily increasing; wage rates year bv year, there has been a progressive decline in Ihe amount of work done per man>iour Not Justified As rcgard-i the steamers' wai houses, speaking for Musson's do.-* not feet lusUMctl In starting a modernisation 'sclieme which would probably cost 100.000 $120,000 until we know whether the huildlng will be rendered obsolete by th< building of t Deep Water rlmhoui. whlc'i ui-mn hlSnlV desirable. In ;i frw 1i0 un A oopaatderabh imj.tr.venifnt muld WIRROal i modern cargo handling aqulpratnt, Curio Doali-r POTIBEWNI For Tourist Season l ...,rge Rn .mi" da Ihe tourist season ia ITUMH forward to Old Geoigi D R wotidng iteadih of turtle sbrlls ami U Hopes Alley to meet the b-nrlst reason In Decembei 1 think I will be we] by the time the NBaOn he said yesterday. N Hying flsh season is ;nen are going in (< %  !" catching on a fjitly b %  ai.d I make sure I got In supply.'' During runny hours ol %  %  at this period of the VRRT, '.iorge Fss fernpea and pallatise* m turtle shells "It is tTOU wnrk. but it pays." In Now that variou-s items which used to be made of tuiD Og made of pin turtle business ha said. Formerly h. could not carve sufficient nnmaa, an mail and different toy. out shell, so great wai the demand, but nowadays he only keeps he has on hand and doe think of making many Thev do not sell well lie...lea making thing"f turtle %  hells. George EM make* waking sticks of cow horns, loys C ani .ihells and collecU many c irkM To Mothers who cannot feed their babies &q>dsi/pp/y t hat the youngest baby it of Robinson's'Patent' Don't worry'tAw'>mtlkQinl>c prepared can digest u without trouble. The jdJitii Rarlev prevents the milk firnunilarge wUits in baby stomachs, making it easy for the JclLate dn;ctivc itgans BD do iheir work thoroughly whilst getting them n-;i.iv todntcst hravi.' f.*Kls Utrr in life. I hat s whyuisc nurses and mothers UU\J\ %  Patent' Barley. BOITBBOl Nil -ail. Mails V..H-. •alls M.alrral Balllas nsssMa II..1..4.. Barlsd in cnoi M AIM I. nrn ..; %  m BSM 11 Sep mv H.iliNEV %  %  4 Oct ron %  IS Ocl 11 (VI kOl --I LR0M 1* Oct 15 Ort 14 Ocl a* Ocl PHIB rHasoi si. Arrlsr* Arrl.r. SVIIWM |.,.i ads rirbadas Hsllf.t Maalrra 1 1" Sept ft Sepi is Sept %  O,' .nv %  ogaon 1*1 I Vi IS Oct %  i :.,.. | v UfAOIAM CONSTRUCT1 IK %  to arm %  %  %  Ri. f.H "iillfM. Qua bat Ad Mmilionl GARDINER AUSTIN LTD.— AgcaU. Gums Bleed! I Bleedlna Curna. cause r<>ur*Ve>h ,.<•• Hheamatism OniE.VTAL MM VIMUS cm.. .... ami Antique. Ivorj. 8llk. Elf.. Hf.. |:u. THAN!-* Pr. WB. Hry. L u Dial 34M t UBMRBJ RR M£ l on '^* ^i| and save your laatk J' •jj on rataara of BBRRB %  KZ^WS AmnSan in Arnosan r„ apa aaaa r n<> %  •• %  > fO-DA11 NEWS HASH Tha UCC Boob for lha younj rrieketer ContrRmtlona b j .arersl of ihe leading cirfkr-is at* UM dap With prologu. -.d Bradman It iHNSON '. STATIO?sTBV I IIT.AP MtBBon? C. A. Service's THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY Wriafrer makes pier makes ihein heir GSJ, makea < %  -**.> and makes her rook PJRNISII GOOD FURN1TURL Lraaer* Bedstea'l Beds Bprixars .-.. %  Nighirnair. T-hle. fo Badia fee stall* l."i. Flat Top m /f wnggnaggRgRnaaffW'' ^ Et .^ 'XS&SKL. S. WILSON SFRY ST. DIAL lllfli* sftrsaaar #*• aafre In nnifr tfour next Suit trnm— I' d E at! % H "1" %' 4A 30 SWAN STREET. S. ALTMAN f Wfj.l II I %  .^ VMW//.v/.v.w.-,'.v.-.v.v.v.-.',v.r,r.v.-.v.'/.v.v.-. -.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-.'.•.•.-.-.---.-.•.--•--.-.-.-.-. > THE BARGAIN HOUSE