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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895

U.K. PREPARED TO
USE FORCE TO |
DEFEND OILME!

LONDON, Sept. 7. -

BRITAIN tightened Ler emergency preparations
in Abadan and appeared determined to use
force if any attempt is made by the Iranian Gov-
ernment to throw British oil men out of the refinery.
Foreign Office officials stated Britain stands deter-
minedly by its decisicn to hold on to Abadan—the
world’s largest refiner ;—and to protect its person-

nel against any interference.

The Anglo-Iranian oil conflic
moved rapidly towards a nev
climax following Britain’s de-
cision last night to break off com-
pletely negotiations with Prem i>
Mohamed Mossadegh’s Cabinet.





Barbadian |
Agriculture |
Impressive |

Mr, Bernard Braine, M.P.
the Advocate yesterday that he w
deeply impressed by the way in
which every inch of the island i
cultivated and the skill and
efficiency of Barbadian agricul-
ture

Mr. Braine, who has come ou‘
to the West Indies to see some o

| King George Visits
| Highland Meeting







Officials made it clear Government | BRAEMAR, Scotland Sept. 7. the problems and difficultie
would not negotiate as long as! The King due in London on which beset them vas already
Mossadegh heads the Iranian Gov-| Saturday for a medical check up,}V!Sited Trinidad. He leaves Bar
ernment. on Thursday visited a Highland} bados to-day for British Guiana
Prime Minister Clement Attlee | gathering here, where kilted ath- “Barbados obviously owes
will call an emergency meeting to |letes annually compete in tradi-| great deal to the work of er
review the situation in the event | tional Scottish games. Thousands] tists who ha ’ red tl
of any fresh developments in Iran cheered him as he drove up ac-]| quality and yield of cane.” he said

talks |COMpanied by the Queen, Princess
in a |Margaret, and other members of

meeting between Attlee and For- {the Royal Family. The King, who |

A decision to break off

- i Oha~srnte:
with Mossadegh was taken English Ch eter





; : Ae complained of a chill, after a day's! “The English character of
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison grouse shooting last week was|bados strikes the vis tor at
shortly before the latter’s depir-|virited by doctors on Sunday.} The neatness of the country



ture for San Francisco.—U.P ; They flew from London to see him] jn many places are like our co











lat Balmoral, his vacation hore, in| try lanes. Indeea, standing over-
; he a Soe, Their | jooking the sea by St. Jonn
° . Ys visit was described as routine. | Gudrc tat ARGMEBD . was tovalt
Indonesia Will Sign | a =<) | over a poruon of Wwe ¢
: “ javorin Cuorftwall.”
Jap Peace Treaty | Ji Will Leas 1 have visited among cther
* x } apan 1 e | places, ine pare prigaae, a num
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept. ty | s jber of the sugar factories as
The Indonesian cabinet an- | Air Bases To U.S. | well as the factory at Lancaste
nounced to-day that it had de-| ; ;where I was shuwn around by
cided to sign the Japanese Pe Tt By RUTHERFORD POATS | Mr. Ben Moore and saw earthen-
Treaty at the San Francisco con- | SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7, ‘ware of very excellent quality
ference. The cabinet To | Japan will lease ten air bases)peing made there
made at a two and a half hour|to the United States and allow it| “I alsa had a look at housing
meeting, followed the recom-'!to retain naval bases at Yokospka} oq nyo doubt, considerable in
mendation made yesterday by the |and Sasebo under a U.S, Japanese!“ Prva) ala .
tate f : | ; : provements could be made, but
Legislative Council of the Moslem,!defence alliance to be signed | have seen f worst elsewher
the ‘“Masjumi” Party, the coun- shortly it was learned reliably |) it. me ie i fait es o “ia
try’s largest, that the treaty be Friday. Rn isle. 2M Pey ler petal ge
signed. Information Minist 2: Both American and Japanese | at a high proportion of thi

Arnold Mononutu in announcing

officials reiterated their determina-| uses are owned by their occu-
the decision said that the Foreign

tion to sign the pact in San Fran- piers.





Minister, Subardjo, who heads the | cisco within two days or less after; “1 was surprised however to
Indonesian delegation at San/j|the signing of the Japanese peace |S°¢ that much of the wood seem-
Francisco would be advised atj|treaty. Premier Shigeru Yoshida|@d to be decaying for lack of a
once. will sign for Japan, coat of paint, Barbados coul
—U.P. American officials said the\be made still more attractive if

exact time and place of the,its houses could be painted in!

signing ceremony has not been! gay colours.” \




fixed but said there was no basis Asked his opinion about. fe:

HON. ALBERT GOMES TO

for reports published in Japan/ation, Mr. Braine said: “
HEAD W.I. DELEGATION that signing had been postponed|future capacity of any West
and planned for Tokyo.—U.P. Indian colony to provide a reas-
(From Our Own Correspondent) onable standard of living for ii

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7. U.S. SOLDIER SHOT





















jing flames. hundreds of feet into







HIS EXCELLENCY the
Geoffrey Rudder

(right) looks on

Story on

from All Quarters:

Clerk Kills
Chief

It uiet, dignified atmosphere
f the eit sscretariat ud
tattered when ollice workeP



upefied as a 20-yeai



clerk



ten t ran amok ary
bed h chief to death and
liy wou a supervisor

t Mohamed Isa

ha for leave which was

refus e entered the office of

his chief J. S. Sawant, Assistant
Secret to

t the Government of
Bombay to raise the question of}
iv became infuriated whipped {
t and stabbed Sawant?
» died instantly |

knife

FORMAL PROTEST .—The Act+



SATURDAY,

Governor
Other King's Sconts
Mr. Charles Springer, Commissioner,





SEPTEMBER 8, 1951



KING'S SCOUTS

planned to ram a beer truck at high speed into the
Russian car.
F.B.I. here would not confirm
° the reported plot. The delega-
YANKEE. WIT a left Hillsborough shortly
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7 ifter 9.20 am.—composed on six
Russia’s Andrei Gromy iff police cars, two Hillsborough
presents the King's Seout Badge and Gartificate to Soa Scout Was approached lest lice cars. one car containing
(from left to right) aro Wesley &mith and Lawrence Lewis by Republican O, K Arm four detective from the Sar
(backgrouna) and Island Commissioner, Major J. RB. Griffith strong at the Japanese Peace Francisco Police Denartment and
) Conference \rn ne wherein members of the
trone Hs in ap tate Department were riding
ind whe asked Gromykc j
] 7 he would like to see it 1} .
L N i \ QO a teat’. tha’? Toasts | New Tricks
© e roops pre Th , He leaned forw rd | Western delegates said they
j 0k then nappoed =| }}| tear new tricks from Russians to
hut and flung it away. Tt try te prevent the cigning of the
om ff e | 1 he a aA of we Ped tapanese Peace Treaty including
e e eC ‘ ) qr MON, anc PASS OK SA } possible all out Russian inter-
ou nl *] ~~ . hhiSi Vv i ¥Vi: ee vee pecans of j| vention in Korea Democrat
| ovary Slave abour Camp Senator John J, Sparkman re-
in’ Russia UP flected the views of the United
» 000 ED, * A 7 '] States delegation and those of
— @ vi A 4 SES ee bine _'|many foreign diplomats on thé
hance last minute troubl
By ROBERT VERMILLION Mac Accuses ge tt Rtn: Ee ORE
EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 7, 7 O lieve they can stop us now, bul
United Nations troops lashed back with violence ' ruman if I'm keeping my fingers crossed
counter-attack against tank-led Chinese forces on Korea’: 7" ® ° ® ! believe that when Saturday
western front and drove Communists into retreat with Yotalitarianism Cee ee eee

estimated 2,000 casualties,

A surprise Chinese thrust down the ancient war road to |
Seoul cut off three advance United Nations patrol bases

before the allies opened their own drive



Advocate Jamaica

ing Western Allied High Come]

massicner for Germany made a Relief Fund

formal protest to General Vassily

4 Cuuixov, the soviet Coury The fund went forward yes-
soner for Germany, terday helped by a $500

guunst ine Soviet’s starvation donation from Bulkeley Ltd.

biockade of Berlin. They are yet others, however,

CHANNEL CKOSSING.—Aber
tcho, the Argentine swimmer, who
aireaay made crossing than
vee Ww England, plans an ai-
tempt in the reverse direction on
saturday night The Argentine,
who is training at Folkestone,

nas









———$—$—$ $$,



who have not yet got around
to handing in their donation.
They forget that as time slips
quietly by-the agony of some
sufferer is prolonged.

WHY NOT GIVE NOW?

Add your contribution, and
help complete $10,000 quickly.









Hon. Albert G ill 1 people, has become more and} p2RS* 0 maid iat Ghuaien Peat enay
on er omes Wi eave ’ te ay ug: oa aay
‘nide c more dependent upon its ability s 3 —
Trinidad for London on Septem-| BY E. GERMAN POLICE to aan tie thee of political | #bertono is successful, he will be ee ee See a =
ber 19. He will head the four- . « eae . i ae pene ixth nmer t 1akc ¢ ‘ o an or the
; ; | BERLIN, Sept. 7. change to that of sociel and Cashier in the office of this
man delegation from the British | United States Army 'Headquar- | economic change ype seins May ol Redes newspaper will find time to
West Indies to the meeting of \ekem oi A initea Seates | IMPRISONED .—North Ameri- receive your donation
Commonwealth Ministers which} oidier shot and arrested by an Willingness to Work jcan Ruth Reynolds was sentenced Move swiftly to do a good
will study supply and produc- | Rast German peoples policeman.| }dFom two to six years hard labour deed
tion problems. Sir John Saint of last night at Soviet checkpoint on “The political advance is deter) on charge of pledging sacrifice Amount Previou
Barbados, Mr. Sangster of Ja- | Berlin's @ast-Wweest Bondar An|Minead py politicians woo jand life and property to the cause Acknowledged $8,168.99
maica and Mr. Raatgever of | eyewitness told an army soldier |themselves subjected to the pres-|of the Nationalist Party—seeking 2 by Soha An
British Guiana are the other was shot and wounded when he|Sure very often of irresponsible | the overthrow of the Puerto Rica aS it ay Silan: Meowne : 60
See Japparently lost his way andjelements, but sociai and economic |; Government by force and violen¢ ». Thome 3.00
— =| crashed his automobile into a|advance is clearly governed by E.C.A, GRANTS rt D. M. Wat 1 00
@ |post supporting barrier at ajthe facts of the situation, and no| ee nae Sia tie Adi . ervus O am +00
TO-DAY S WEATHER | Russian checkpoint on the border|amount of political speeches can, erases Siete , pairs ; M Hutehir 10..0¢
CHART |of the United States sector of | of themselves, increase the | 2 bike $ ; allocs Proyny Ronan: es aa
on and the Soviet zone of|wealth of the people. The only | ‘a allotted $18,001 Bulkeley Ltd 500.00
yvermany. . j ; ‘ ¢ , : » ac tactl parr thea , J N & 5 > q
rise: ‘ yay in ich that can be done,| ,, Mr. & Mrs Lisle Wood 3.0
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. An Army announcement said: |} 1 a willin aan to work | Burma & Mrs. ¥. Hivtehins 10.00
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. “When ordered to dismount from|*® PY Me wi ai sponsi. |. TO. VISIT LONDON.— Prime Mr. & Mrs ob. A
eee First Quarter, Septem- \the damaged auto by the peoples’ eer readiness to take responsi Minister of Libya Mahmud fey Williams 2000
er 8. soliceman, the soldier failed to | Pility- Muntasser will visit London be-' mer oT
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. 089 possibly because a was “There is no doubt that consid- |) September 0 7 18 cre dl Canndlen fheak of Comaseree
High Tide: 9 00 a.m. 8.32 p.m. |) dazed by the crash. The peoples’ |erable advance is being made 1! with R. Bowker of the Foreign AAG, & P.C 10.00
Low Tide: 2.47 a.m., 1.33 p.m. jpoliceman then fired a shot into|the West Indie in the econom!: f Office Middle East Department o: ¢ i atten inn
the car, wounding the soldier.” field, but faced with the prospect n. Independent 1 : aa 5.00
| —vU.P. jot a population which may double} ; ' Mary Gal 2.40
itself in 30 years, there seems to} HIGHER PRICES—Kk. FE. Dyc| Help ».00
° me to be some serious doubt as 10! py lent of t Ontario Mir | Rr ye Marts = Semnap ig
BIGGEST BRITISH OIL FIRE LICKS |\«'" ‘¢ economy of the We [Association Friday urged | tha) Mrs A.B. Bawards 10.0
Indies as a whole, can be broad-| Canadian min be permittec BM 5.01
P ILLIO S OF Ss ened sufficiently to sustain th?;sell 40 per cent. of the gold the Wesle ae aay an
~ ; | sy wndle 0
U M N socis services and to absorb in-!p luce higher prices ‘ "
J social services and to a pre 1 pr Ml 9 Innit
GALLONS OF OIL feo in population without CADET CRUISE— i86 Argen- 4H Chandler ow
regional approach,” j tine cadet arrived in Naple Rereiay's frank. :
EXPLOSIONS ROCK DOCKY ARDS | Mr. Braine said that .he had jaboard the training ship Pueyre MH aby aa 10.09
tgreatly enjoyed his stay in don. Mr. & Mrs. H. L. N
fisland and had been charmex REPAYMEN?.-~— The Interna- y Ascough 10.00
. ~ 5 ve ‘ c. 2.2 + (
4 . L '. : BRISTOL, Sept. Lt the hospitality and kindnes tior Vonetary Fund announced 3 a V. Bertram ; a
The biggest oil fire in British history raged out-of con-|ali Barbadians he had met. He} Friday that the Government of Capt. T. C. W
trol with 14,000,000 gallons of precious fuel already destroy- | was only sorry that he had Lebanon has repaid to the fund se eT set arenas 20-00
ed in a windswept furnace of flame. The lost oil is already |Teave so soon. He wo nee UP ante 7 Oe
the equivalent of one week’s production at the great Abadan J impr Lhe ar Parse conve oe
5 Yy _ . impression 0 1 ea Si in eile ees
refinery in Iran where the dispute over the nationalisation y tland '
of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company dealt a severe blow to re. leavi -day, he ex (/ an ;
Britain’s > al ii 7 } < 5 Ww } Before leaving to day, 1 ex WV om Dies
ritain’s vital oil needs. jects to visit the Sug»r Researe |
Oneal peenernae Two new explosions rocked the }Unit, the buildings of the Legis-: ‘tes . ’
B “ i. » vast oil storage area at Avon-'tlature and the Barbados Press { After Stabbing
G. W ill t roduce mouth docks here at dawn send- {Club |
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could

au

ke

of
miles

billowing pillar
100

be seen



Jute On Large Scale 2 war
GEORGETOWN, Sept, 6. | away. | GIFTS FOR THE

kt 3ritish Guiana has been selected Twenty tanks were ablaze and} |
y the Colonial Office for what |others containing millions of gal- ROYAL COUPLE |
4

periment in jute production to be |men were missing and presumed
carried out by the Colonial Office | dead

in. conjunction with the British | r ti;
Guiana Government and Messrs

Booker Brothers, McConnei}

Company Ltd

will probably be a large-scale ex- jlons of oil were threatened. Two
Thirty firemen and five naval TORONTO, Sept

} igs were injured fighting the Toronto's personal gift
; | unchecked blaze. cess Elizabeth and the Duke
Sabotage ? Edinburgh will be a diamond «

z - , . ste, ¢ . ae >i ¢ 1 )
The cause of the explosion which crusted maple leaf pin and : |
|
|
'

to Pris

inc



Conditions in this country have |touched off the inferno yesterday of diamond inset gold cu
been found to be favourable by a lafternoon remained unknown.
two-man mission headed by James } € was no mention yet of the
{. Oliver of the Jute Trade Asso- } bility of sabotage. The storage
ciation, who after a month’s sur- : one of the largest in the
vey, is headed back to the United
Kingdom to hand in his report
immediately to the Colonial Office. :

The survey by the Mission came }
after the British Guiana Depart-
ment of Agriculture had made a
successful small scale experiment,

Civie official annot
Thursday that at the
an oil painting of a t
dian scene will be presented t
Royal couple.—(CP)







housand gallons of foam
fire fighting equipment and
Lundreds of fire, fighters were
)rushed into the area from all over
southern Britain. Only a six-inch
thick: six-foot high

tors of



Korea




















It is believed that mechanized }j : stone wall
means will be employed in the big pve red witn dirt an and stooc By PHIL NEWSOM
experiment.—(CP) between the area of wide blaze .
~ jand rows of tanks brimming wit r Ss 7
| yi} 1 ’ TOKYO, Sept. 7
ot! needed to propel the nation’s a? ah
‘military vehicle and industry A meeting on a neutral ship
TW IVS BORN IN TAX ! The of the two explosions)5©4 @Pppe ared to provide the con-
d off t top of one ditions under which either Cor
F Our Own Corresponder j}tank. sent a great tongue of flame}â„¢Munists or the United N
F Sas ed hundreds of fe into the air and, Would consent to the resump
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 6. Jina, ishroomed down on the!of Korea ire talk
: blazing compound of the Regent! 7 second day passed on F
Sompany. Other Compani with no reply fron eds t
: tan the area \ Matthew



General





Talks



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Sheitly after nine o’clock last
zht the Police were summoned
he Garden Land, St. Michael, ¢
arrival they iw t corpse I
N ia Haswell f Fields
Bank Hall st r
‘ nd ut the
was ir @ roa
her d
€ Vere Y t
Le
e dead
I looked hile the Poli
took temer . blood stainedjt
ea i f c
oO ear } left eye
Up t 10 o’ele ast ig )
one v charged nection
with the incident |

Red m



i Ant
rediate iy produced neitl
essiimism nor optimisn n
d car
There eemed pd
epl d be forth I
hat Comm
er t
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tor ar

Shift In Tactics

WASHINGTON
It is learned that new



nents in atomic warfare have p
ir force strategic bombing pla:
inder serious re-examination i
he Pentagon. These plans calle
or vapid destruction of about 7
‘ussian industrial targets beg

ung immediately at the outbr

of a war, Now





emphasis is shifting

oO missions directly related to the
srotection af he US., again
stornic attack and to the suppor
f ground forces of Westerr
vurope.

—U.P.





ve eaSily on

rom Kaesong. That city

hinese territory but close enough
» allied lines provide excuse

unending seri¢

of charge
nplaints t

nited Nation
er it Re
to F : na re
ugs and né
and t Natior 1
e Kae



and demand o the



| CLEVELAND, sept, 7 When asked what Russians
; MacArthur told 15,000 cheering | might do Sparkman, who is a
Ke | defence plant workers today the’ |member of the U.S. delegation,
Entrapped allied units fough!| the United States industry an aid: “They are capable of in-
| their way back to their own line | labour must keep supplying ttervening in Korea among great
| with dead and wounded and then|}the “basic sinews that have al many other things.” He said in
jturned to join a counter-attac; | ways brought u hough t iXKorea Russians could order their
Allied troops regained a_ hill victory.” planes and submarines into action
(northwest of Yonchon and west Touring a Cleveland industria'| g.» retaliation for their defeats
, wards of the city 1,100 Chinese | plant he stopped first at Thomps here on the Treaty
| Reds were reported in retreat Products Factory which make t
| A surprise Red assault may have|parts tor jet motors, Addressi Will Walk Out
been softening up the blow b workers gathered in the fron
jfore a full-scale offensive, but|plant he said; “Thank you for, Ambs ssador John Foster Dulles
, Reds found no soft points in allied | having supplied forces at the fron.| who guided Treaty talks for a
lines. This western front assault] with weapons-that kept ws up anc | year, sald -he “assumed” the Rus-
cost the enemy at least 400 count-| kept the enemy down,” sian, Polish and Czech délegates
}ed dead and 23 prisoners in addi MacArthur climaxed the civi. | would walk out of the 52
tion to an estimated 1,600 | reception yesterday with ai.} National Conference before the
} wounded while warplanes knock-|address in’ which he charge. | Treaty is signed, probably
ed out at least five of the | 'Truman’s administration with | to-morrow,
| Russian-built T4 tank suppressing personal liberties anc Secretary of State Dean
embarking on “a steady drift to-] Acheson, parley president, hoped
Setbacks \ward totalitarian ruse.” MacArthu peeches on the Treaty could be
Despite setbacks at the westeri ‘in a speech last night said “this} wound up this evening with the
and eastern ends of the Korean drift has resulted in an increasing igning of ceremonies set for
war front Reds are desperate! ly langerous nalistic rela to-morrow. Twenty-five countrie
Jamming supply truck ind carts] tionshy een the Federal Gov already had disclosed their plans
brought the Fleet Ait ren ernment and private citizens to sign.
Nations air blockade vith the mushrooming of agency So far only the Soviet Unior
Thursday's non-stop air patro fler agency designed Ww contro |and Czechoslovakia, have in-
destroyed or damaged a recor he individual dicated they will not sign. Poland
857 enemy vehicles to bring thei: —(U.P.) | will sound its Red eco near the
12-day toll of enemy trucks to eine 7 end of the speaking list,—U.P.
5,657. One of the war’s bice ' * Y
air strikes against enemy trooj Strike Seltled |
concentrations also came o GUATEMALA. Sept. 7 | The “ADVOCATE”
Thursday when Navy planes fro: ; Eh a Cr ae
United States boxes ripped a co! a ae a - ee pays for NEWS
umn of 3,000 Reds southwest a, : r ; 6
bee yesterday, of the strike of 5.000 *
Majon Ni 15 mil due west olf Tovarntiant Clikoais Hota work Dial 3113
the Communist east coast port of ers, which threatened to disrupt Day or Night
Wonsan, this Central American city's for
At least 100 soldiers were kille {ei yo tonne (cP) ea
Other navy pilots in that regio
struck at Red troops too nN —————
brought the fleet tin wir
oll for the day to bot
340 Red Warplaneés ove t*
tern front were marine 1
| ) fiehter Marine plar
{Knocked out two Russian-mad
jtanks west of the Imjin River
army F80 shooting star ‘ets gc }
j; three more in raking pas !
the enemy-held ridge below (
von.—U.P.

British





, Pally crabwood, greenheart, a
mora, may be shipped to Austr:
lia to be used as rails leeper
An Australian businessman, Bria
Simms, has been conducting nego |
tiatior vith the British Guiana
firm of L. J. Willian Marketiny |
Compan (CP. |
|





t
| LY CIRCULATION
From Our Own Correspondent
+ PORT-OF-SPAI pt. ¢
Forged i ind one
bias note of the ne curren vill
of the Eastern Caribbean Groi
ie » circulation. It i tate
| it he ethod used by th
ounterfel nique Quit
tl nun r ¢ these torged bill ir
| Peps le been passed
the Trez Turf Club ar
‘at ci police are
' ligating



B.G. May
Timber to Australia |

GEORGETOWN, Se
Guiana

FORGED ‘NOTES’







May Resume Al Sea



Plot To Kill
_ Soviets Going
To Treaty Talks

|
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7.

MEMBERS of the Soviet delegation to the San
Francisco Conference arrived at the War
Memorial Opera House under heavy Police guard
w-thout incident today, despite a reported plot to
| kill Soviet delegates on the highway. The report,
alleged to have come from an agent of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation here, said White Russians

|
|
|

















ca. ign the Treaty. I’m sure Com
munists however have plenty of
tricks to pull here or elsewhere.”

AT CIVIC RECEPTION



















Ship

timber, pring





PAGE TWO







is staying at Sam
Barbadian Lawyer
R
Bart
ealled to th
Friday night and will be intro-
duced to the local Bar on Monday.

n who



Mr. Williams is an old Harri-
onian and has been in England
for 11 years. He was in the R.A.F

during World War I
Honourable

He is of the
Society of Gray’s Inn

Three-Year Course
M* C. W. WICKHAM, Assist-

ant Master at Combermere
School flew to Puerto Rico yester-
day by B.W.1A. to attend the
Metropolitan Technical College.
He will do a three-year course in
Spanish.

Mr. Wickham is the son of Mrs
V. G. Wickham of “Villa Real”,
Government Hill and the late Mr.
Clennell Wickham, Editor of the
“Herald”.

After Twenty-five Years

R. WILLOUGHBY TAYLOR
left yesterday by B.W.1A
for Puerto Rico. He is on his way
back to the U.S. after a twelve-
day holiday in Barbados, his first
visit here in twenty-five years.
Mr. Taylor is with the “Bud”
Electrical Company in Philadel-
phia. During his holiday he was
staying with his mother Mrs
Shirley Taylor of Brighton, Black
Rock.

Ten Days
ERE on a ten-day visit are Mr
and Mrs, R. Frazer Reekie and
two sons Alan and John. They
flew in from Trinidad yesterday
by B.W.1.A. and are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Reekie is Resident Partner
in the W.1, of Messrs Watkins and
Partner, architects of London and
the W.I.

Arriving by the same plane was

Mr. W. A. Murray and Mr, Robert
P, Russell, Mr. Russell lives in
Lantana, Florida. They are also

guests at the Ocean View Hotel.

Spent Holiday With

Parents

FF to Jamaica yesterday

morning by B.W.1.A. went Mr,
Bryan Seel and his sister Brenda.
They are on their way back to
England after spending a holiday
with their parents Sir George and
Lady Seel, who were at the air-
port to see them off.



Across
1, Sapper, through
ending, becomes a treasury.

I'd counter to bring in, (9)

A bright red pigment. (9)
. Crooked in mind and yoice,

When even gin is drunk. (7)
. Bird, & greeting in the navy.

Cord of old windows, (4)

4, Standard of behaviour? (9)
20. Chair near the water? (4)
21. Spin. (4)

2. Modestly held verse, (3)
. Make good. (6)
Down
. Necklace of precious stones. (7)

Weakened when venerated. (9)
i, Beast Of @ term in exile. (6)
+. Render vurbid, (4)

3. The Knowledgeable one was an
apple. (4)

i. Scores of them. (5)

4. Begrudge, (4)

A flax product tn Leeds ?

A jewel of an opening. (5)

. Harden, (5)

To Roy represents the King. (4)

“conservative
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D* V. M. METIVIER, Eye Sur-
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Trinidad yesterda

Here for abou ks, he

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LADY SAVAGE
Navy League’s Fair

HE Royal and Merchant Navy
Welfare League's fair at the

Drill Hall last Saturday was at-
tended by a fair erowd which in-
cluded His Excellency the Gov-
ernor and Lady Savage. The
weather however was disappoint-
ing In opening the fair, Lady
Savage said

This is the first fair held by the
Royal and Merchant Navy Wel-
fare League since my arrival in
Barbados, and it was with very
great pleasure that L accepted the
invitation to open this function.

The object and work of this
League must be known to you all

it is all undertaken by volun-
tary workers—and I would like to
take this opportunity of thanking
and congratulating Mrs, Phillips
and her team of workers on all
they have done and are doing for
the entertainment and welfare of
the many sailor nd seamen who
visit our shores

I have heard so often words of
appreciation, and how much these
men enjoy theirvisits to Barbados

But, this League cannot function
without funds-ea small grant is
given by Government, but owing
to the increasing work they are
obliged to raise additional money
I realise the many calls made on
our pockets for the large number
of deserving societies in Barbados,
but I do make a very strong ap-
peal to you all to spend generously
and give the League the support
they urgently need and deserve to
carry on their excellent work.

I have much pleasure in declar-
ing this fair open



Next Port—Brussels

R. A. V, NYREN, American |

Vice-Consul in charge of the
U.S. Consulate here has now com-
pleted his normal two-year tour of |
duty in Barbados. His next post
will be in Belgium where he will
be attached to the American Em-|
bassy in Brussels. He will prob-
ably be leaving Barbados at the
end the year |

Back From Arbitration |
Court |

IR JOHN SAINT is back in
Barbados after attendi: the
Rice Arbitration Court in B.G. He
arrived on Thursday via Trinidad |
by B.W.LA
Sir John was a member of the
Board. The meeting opened in
Georgetown on September 4th and |
ended September 6th. i

Younger Son
RRIVING from New Zealand
via Panama yesterday was

Mr. George Page, younger son of
Brig. and Mrs. E. K. Page. The
last leg of his journey from Trini-
dad to Barbados was by B.W.LA.
George, who has been in New
Zealand since 1947 is an entomol-
ogist. Here for a month’s holiday,
he is staying with relatives at
Yorkshire, Christ Church.

Champ Of To Canada

RINIDAD’S open singles lawn

tennis champion Kenny Tres-
trail will leave Trinidad next week
for Canada where he will reside
with his wife, Joy.

This will mean a sad loss to
Trinidad and West Indies sport as
he is regarded as one of the finest
ball players in these parts.

Factory Supt.

T present holidaying in Bar-
bados are Mr. and Mrs. Bertie
Talma. They are staying with Mr.
Talma’s brother in Maxwells.
Mr. Talma is Factory Superin-
tendent at Plantation Ogle, British
Guiana

Opposite Directions

RS. CLYDE WALCOTY left

England yesterday by the
Golfito for Barbados. Her husband
is due to leave England on Sep-
tember 13 for Australia.

Incidental Intelligence

NE chorus girl to another: “He
says he likes me because I’m
the innocent, old-fashioned type,
who thinks a million dollars is a
lot of money.”
—Chicago Sun-Times,

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Too Many
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‘ NEW YORK.
Austerity is officially out. And
the nylon stocking surplus is so





great that manufacturers have
had to cut prices twice,
Stil women will _ not buy

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tor Manly pro-
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Nylons to be cut
Nylon stockings for the

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cut, because more are to be
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Trade,

—From the Daily Express

‘erity—the word used by so
many last year when the Korean
war went badly:

“Nothing like austerity js in
store for Americans, Under
present plans controls (by Brit-
ish standards U.S. controls would
seem like wild luxury) probably
ean be eased in 1953. Civilian
production is not going to be cut
drastically.”

Nylon manufacturers last year
turned out over eight pairs for
each of the 76,064,000 American
women. Many still wear rayon
or cotton. .

Prices were cut from $1.65
(11s. 9d.) 7 to $1.50, then to
$1.35 Now Burlington Mills, one
of the biggest makers, announces
a cut to $1.25.

Spotlight
On Judy

British applause during Judy
Garland’s recent tour strengthens
her for a bold step. Born into a
theatrical family, she made her
debut in U.S. variety at two. Now
she is going back to it before the
most terrifying vaudeville spot-
light in America—Broadway’:
famous Palace Theatre.

With her they are going to try
what they did years ago with
Sarah Bernhardt—reserve all the
seats in the house for just two
shows a day.

Variety has not been abie to
get away with it since the films
came along. To get away with
it now they count on Comeback
Judy for at least 60 minutes, the
entire second half of the bill,

Actress Found Dead

PARIS, Sept. 7.
The actress, Maria Montez was
found dead in her bathtub at her
home in the suburbs today. Police
announced after the two-hour at-
tempt to revive her, that death
was accidental. A_ preliminary
medical report said that the 32-
year-old actress found dead at 1.30
p.m. after she stepped into an al-
most scalding bath, apparently
fainted, and then slumped into the

water and drowned, ue

B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES

Saturday, Sept. 8, 1951.
11.15 a.m, Sport; 11.30 a.m. Bandstand
Sport or Light Music; 11 45 a.m. Pro-
gramme Parade; 12,00 noon The News;
12 10 p.m, News Analysis.
4.00—6.45 p.m, ,







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chester; 500 p.m. Composer of the
Week; 515 pm Listeners’ Choice;
6 00 p.m. Music for Dancing; 6.45 p.m
Programme Parade; 7 00 p.m. The News;
710 pm. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. Be-
hind the News; 7.45 p.m, William Davies;
800 pm. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m
Composer of the Week; 8.30 p.m. Radio
Theatre; 1000 p.m. The News; 10 10
p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m. Henry Hall's
Guest Night; 10 45 p.m. Yours faithfully

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TASPO HITS TOP IN ENTERTA
Steel Band Plays gyre



8, 1951

Al Savoy Hotel

The Trinidad steel

band now
climbed to one of the topmost pe
tainment world—the Savoy
+ playing in cabaret.

LONDON,
touring England has
; of the British enter-
Hotel, London, where it is



Rolling their oil-drums into the Savoy, which can
command the pick of the world’s finest cabaret artistes,
members of the Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orchestra
chalked up another mark on the record of their history-



making stay in Britain.

Rainstorms, Floods
Hit Trinidad
HOUSES FLOODED
ROADS BLOCKED

(From Our Own C 4
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7.

Widespread damage, unpre-
cedented in the Colony’s recent
history, was caused through rain
storms and floods on Sunday and
Monday. Homes were flooded
and furniture washed away. Alli
rivers overflowed their banks.
From early Sunday morning,
storm clouds were bursting out
with flashes of lightning and
peals of thunder thus intimating
that Trinidad had received its
share of the hurricane which has
been sweeping the Caribbean.
Houses were carried away by the
floods, while some were
pletely destroyed.



com-

Everywhere could be seen evi-

dence of the river rampage and
roads were blocked by heaping
coconut trees and large immor-

telle trees that fell victim to the
Storm. Temporary shelter has
been provided for many who are
left homeless. Heavy tolls in the
destruction of poultry and crop
has been reported. Acres of
tomatoes and lemongene have
been washed away. Whipped by
wind the swollen Maraval river
rose more than 12 feet over its
banks after the rain-storm, leav-
ing the lands around devastated.





‘Don’ts’ For 7’dad

Barristers

(From Our Own Correspondent




PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sep.. 7

Trinidad barriste will have
to abide by “don’ts” in the near
future. According to a list,
barristers are now prevented
from: (a) doing more than set-
tling documents, such as the
writing of letters claiming dam-
ages and the preparation of
advertisements for the sale of
mortgaged properties; (b) Giving
interviews to the Press in con-

nection with cases in which they
are or were engaged; (c) insert-
ing “barrister-at-law" after their
names. on letter heads as this is
“not in accordance with pro-
fessional etiquette’; (d) posing
for press photographs or permit-
ting themselves to be photo-
graphed with an acquitted person
or any client; (e) supply photo-
graphs of themselves for publica-
tion in the Press



OLD PEOPLE GET
CLOTHING

Over 100 elderly persor A
to the Salvation Army Hall, Wel



ington Street, to receive clothing
sent to them from the United
States of America,

The hall was packed and the
distribution was stopped for a

time as the anxious people got un-
ruly. Those distributing the cloth-
ing were Mrs. E. D, Mottley, Miss
E. Holder and Mr. D. Greenidge.







Apart fram its many public ap-
pearances;"*TASFO has broadcast
yn a B.B.C. programme and has

become the first steel bana-in the

world to appear ina_ television
shew. It has also visitea the
studios of a leading 3ritish

gramophone company to be tested



for recording
Even greater things may be in
store for TASPO, for there is re-



newed talk of a full-scale all-West

indian revue at a Lendon theatre

—something that West. Indian ar-

tistes in London _have’ dearly

longed to achieve for many years.
Edric Connor

“A revue is definitely in the air,”
said Edric Connor, the Trinidadian
baritone, who is in the forefront
of the fresh campaign to make
Britain aware of West Indian cul-
ture. “But a lét depends on
TASPO. If they will stay on for a
few weeks after finishing their
tour of the provinces, playing in
British dance-halis, we shall cer-
tainly try to arrange for them io
appear in.a revue.”

If plans reach a definite stage,
Edric Connor himself will produce
the revue and will also appear in
it. Apart from TASPO, there are
Lord Kitchener, the calypso sing-
er, and Boscoe Holder’s Caribbean
dancers available to take part.
Mona Baptiste, the Trinidadian
cabaret star, is out of England at
present on am extended tour of
the Continent, but a.mew arrival
from Trinidad is Raphael de Leon,
the calypso singer.

One million homes in Britain
“looked in” on _TASPO when it
made its first television appearance
in a half-hour show called “Carib-
bean Cabaret.” Edric Connor and
Boscoe Holder’s company, all old
hands at television, were also in
the show, but Lord Kitchener was
making his first television broad-
cast,

From as far away as Birming-
ham, more than a hundred miles

from London, people who had
seen the show in their own homes
were telephoning the B.B.C. with
congratulations, even before the
show was over. A high B.B.C.
official suggested that the entire

show might be repeated at the an-
nual Radio Show, now being held
in London, where the public have
a @hance to, see the best of tihe
radio’ anc’ television programmes
actually being broadcast.

Carnival Atmosphere
Within the cramped space of
one of the two television studios
to Alexander Palace,.on the north-
ern outskirts of London, the West
Indian artistes managed to create
something of the atmosphere of a

Trinidad Carnival. The studio,
only 70 feet long, had a bamboo

backdrop at one end, in front of
which TASPO played. At the other
end of the studio was a highly-
coloured beach scene—‘Manzanil-
asked Edric Connor-

atmiosphere for the

Ja Beach?”
to set the
dancers.
3etween these two gathered a
mass of technicians with all their
equipment. There were four tele-
vision cameras, each with their
crews of cameramen and assist-
ants to push them round the studio,
a travelling microphone slung on
the end of a telescopic boom and
large numbers of lamps of all







A 52-YEAR-OLD Viennese chauffe
“World's biggest eater”—a title
four pounds of raw horse flesh, a

WORLDS HIGGEST
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ur, Alois Skalsky, father
he earned by
feat which took

eight

of

BARBADOS



children,
consuming at one sitting 182 raw eggs
him 4 hours, 36 minntes, 12 seconds



EATER

decided to

become
seasoned with

ADVOCATE

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the

After making it known that he would consume 200 eggs he was warned by medical authorities that

he might die from over-eating

10,000,000 Notes In New

His performance

B.W.I. Currency Change

An initial order of 10,000,000 notes is being filled by PORL-OF“SPAIN, Sept. 6,

: . ap : As a result of the inquiries nov
banknote printers in England for the currency changes now being made of the City Corpora
taking place in the Ea: ‘n Caribbean Colonies—described tion, about 14 properties at the
by a Colonial Office spoXesman in London as “the most Mucurapo Housing Settlement
sweeping currency change to take place in the West Indies "“Y® been, transferred without the
ee ” a gy - onsent of the Corporation, Un-

a for many years. Doll : xplained transactions including
Olar Hole nave iveaady bé the re-assig ne se ots.
mpeg ; . substituted for local currency 1e Le (age gehen gest
r dad Govt. Decides 7 first —— of the change-ovei the Council, black market
The second stage, which will not activities and other Municipal
To Hold C’ntission take place until considerably later, activities have been brought , to
involves the replacement of the light, Photostatic copies of cor-
TO INQUIRE INTO present “Imperiay coin '- halts respondence and official documents
: Spon? . crowns, florins, shillings, sixpences are held, including a report by
CONVICT’S ESCAPE re copper—and nor Bane the Audit Department in refer-
tulana fourpenny piece by 50, 20, ence » certé Trus' - s anc
(From Our Own Correspondent) | 10 and five-cent pieces in oupro- aa h een ane on ad
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7, nickel and one-cent and half-cent Pin :
Government -has decided 0 pieces in bronze. The old notes
appoint a Commission to inquire \j}} be called in gradually
into the circumstances surround- “B.UP. |}
ing the escape of Saywell Gordon |
35-year-old convict who escaped * |
from Carrera Prison on August \ . }
26, last. Gordon was captured o1 Corruption | ¢
Tuesday afternoon very. near to
his mother’s home at Laventille From Our Own Correspondent) ‘
“I would rather die than serve 20 PORT-OF *AIN, Sept. 7 | *
years in prison, kill me instead Conrad Spicer, a Price Control O I
he said when he was taken by a Inspector, who has been attached | .
squad of policemen who had been to the Black Market Board for} . . .
tipped of his whereabout. He only ix weeks vas, sent’ to | r- eibt CL b l [zis
looked very,.weak and haggard, Prison for three months for cor- F
He is reported to haye said that T4ptly receiving $17) in that

he swam the shark-infested area
from Carrera island to the Ameri-
can Base at Pointe Gourde and
there stayed in hiding eating
mangoes until he was able t
steal a bicycle when he journeyed



LONDON,











capacity.

Revenue Increase

From Our Own Correspondent

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept.



to Laventille, San Juan. “Don’t hit The total revenue of the
me” he exclaimed to the police. Forest Department of the Colony
Gordon will be charged in one was increased from $238,541 in
of the police Courts shortly. 1949 to $290,003 in 1950 an in-!

crease. 0 or $51,552 se the |
shapes and sizes. Men dashed con- Conner or of eon a aaa ‘ \
stantly about the studio, directing ~- A Lamb

cameras to new positions, testing
lights, moving furniture. Cables a
thick as an arm coiled all over the
floor, like writhing snakes. Anc
in thé midst of it all, TASPO play
ed like a veteran television band



completely unperturbed by the
seething confusion all about: it
In his: dressing room after the

show, Edrie Connor sent this mess-
age home to the West Indie “We
have seen what the steel orchestra

has done. Now I don’t want to
hear any West Indian say we
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Saturday, September 8, 1951
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THE DEANERY
|
‘ |

THE presence of the new Dean and

Chairman of the St. Michael’s Vestry at
his first meeting of that body revived the
question of converting the Deanery into a
Secondary School. This is a matter which
must be given the most careful considera-
tion.

In the first place, while it might be com-
mendable on the part of the Vestry
show willingness to assist in remedying |;
the congestion now existing in the schools,
it is no part of the duty of that body to
supply schools. There is, however, pre-
cedent for such action. The present St.
Michael’s Girls’ School was the result of
the endeavour of the late Mr. Laurie Year- |
wood, Mr. Alonza Bullen, Mr. John
Beckles and Archdeacon Shankland, But
the circumstances which postulated the
demand were of a different nature.

It is the duty of the Government. to
supply schools and equip them even al-
though it has been the policy in this island
for the Churches in the past to supply
their own denominational schools.

The question of supplying another sec-
ondary school whether for boys or girls in
St. Michael should not be examined as an
isolated instance but rather in conjunction
with the necessary re-adjustments which
are obviously needed. Any decision taken
by any body outside the Governor in Exec-
utive Committee should be submitted for
their consideration

The Education Authority should be con
sulted at an early stage and from their
recommendations it will be seen whether
the re-adjustment or revision of the edu-
cational system demands new schools of
the present type or the establishment of |
junior and senior schools in order to re-
move the smaller children from the pres-
ent overcrowded institutions catering to
the needs of children in Barbados.

It might be that the division of Harrison
College into junior and senior schools and
the establishment of a technical training
centre at Combermere School might re-
lieve the pressure on these schools. In the
case it is intended that the Deanery should
be converted into a school for girls, the
question might well be considered wheth-
er a third girls’ school should be situated
within such close proximity to Queen's
College and the St. Michael’s Girls’ School.
In this case too, it might be of some advan- |
tage to establish junior and senior schools
or to erect a school in some other district |
where it would cater to children in the
outlying parishes.

These are issues which might easily be
overlooked by the Vestry or any other
body spurred by the best intentions mere- |
ly because of its lack of comprehensive
information as to the overall educational
needs of the island.

And finally there is the legal aspect. |
Springfield, now known as the Deanery
because it is the residence of the Rector of |
St. Michael and Dean of St. Michael’s |
Cathedral, was bought and vested in the
Rector and his successors. The question
as to whether the Dean has the right to |
give and the Vestry to accept the property
must be settled first; and, seeing that it is
not incumbent upon the Vestry to supply
schools it might be well for the initial
suggestion to be submitted to the Govern-
or-in-Executive Committee before any
decision is taken.

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€G6-OPERATION

THE people of Antigua have again fur-
nished other peoples in the West Indies
with an example which might easily be
followed with advantage. They are now
showing that element of co-operation
which pays dividends.

Only a few weeks ago that island was



torn by industrial strife which threatened |
to do great harm to the economy of the
island, The crop was languishing waiting

the hand of the reaper, ‘the stocks of food |





Even A Persian Donkey NOBODY'S |
Could See What's Going

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To ilappen Here

PULL up the carpet to sit on,
have a glass of Caspian tea and
jet us tell g Persian funny story

at least the Persians think it
funny

Once upon time there was
a donkey that quarrelled with its

master, The donkey was very
- about it and walked pur-

4 he edge of a high
mped off the beast



looked

round to its master and

said: “This’ m kill me, but that

is nothing to the inconvenience I
am going to cause you.”

On t edge of the cliff at this

moment s
key, with
the courage

If

squeaks

tan the Persian don-
all the will and half
to jump off into ruin.
Mohammed Mossadeg, who

and rs at the very
mention of the word oil, does fot

a happy ending to this prob-
lem the donkey will cer-
tainly take a header over the cliff,
and there is no doubt who will be
at the bottom to bury the corpse.





soon,

Funeral arrangements by the
Communist Party
Possibility
In the five months since the

assassination of the Premier

Razmara the Tudeh Party, which



is technically illegal, hag waxed
in power and now goes openly
about its business. The party

heartily supports Mossadeg’s na-
tional front, because it knows
full well that if he can be goaded
to hold to his present course, then
revolution possible,

If the oilfields remain closed for
long, 77,000 Persian labourers will
be without pay—they are already
without worl

Destitution in the area that was
found last April to be magnifi-
cently organised for rioting would

is




suit the Tadeh Party right down
to the ground

Even if that were not enough
there is more than the possibil-
ity, unless something is done
quickly, of the country’s transport
system grinding to a_ standstill

through lack of

tyres, and spares.
The Gleam

Nearly everything, except the

heaviest machinery, is carried by

lubricating oil,

road in Persia. And the greatest
of the services was the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company's tanker
fleet.

Eight tyre ire used by every
road tanker for the trip from

Abadan to Tereran and back.
Great workshops, maintained by
the company on the route to
deal with breakdowns, have been
closed and their spares looted.
Without these tankers, petrol
and diesel oil cannot be brought



By KENNETH MACAULAY
up from the Abadan storage tanks.
There is no paraffin for lighting
and cooking in the towns, And
there are no tankers to carry lu-
bricating oil, which has to be im-
ported. None was ever manufac-
tured at Abadan.
What a gleam
Tudeh eye when

there ig in the
it conte.nplates

a beautiful coup d’etat in a
paralysed city.

Much of Averell Harriman’s
time was spent pointing these

things out to Mossadeg. Harriman
failed to convince him, There are

not, he said, a sufficient number
of Persians who understand to
the full the difficulties- facing

them—and he was not referring



Kemember How |
it Began

MARCH 7: Razmara, sup-
porter of a new agreement
with Anglo-Iranian, is as-
sassinated.
MARCH 15: Persia
for nationalisation.
protests: “Illegal.”
APRIL 26: Hussein
Premier, resigns.
in,
MAY
some
tion.”
MAY 2% Britain asks Hague
Court to intervene,
JUNE 26 Cruiser Mauritus
arrives off Abadan.
AUGUST 3: Mr. Stokes,
Lord Privy Seal, leaves for
Teheran
AUGUST
down,
AUGUST
home.

votes
Britain

Ala,
Mossadeg

24:

form

Britain
of

accepts
nationalisa-





22: Talks break

pe:

23: Stokes flies

a

to the difficulties of refining oil.
What part do the guns of the
Moslem extremists play in keep-
ing Mossadeg fron arriving at a
tate of common sense? Stokes
was overheard, when here, to say,

cryptically: “The most we
Socialists can expect if we be-
ceme unpopular as politicians is
couple of rotten eggs in
Downing-street It is different
here,”
Is it possible then to come to

a just compromise agreement with
the Persians with any hope of a
reasonably affable partnership ?
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
does not think so. It lost its boy-
ish laughter at Persian fun and
games decades ago.



Its first agreement
years, and was then denounced by
the Persians. Its second lasted 18
years, and was denounced tbis
year.

Stokes proposed a third agree-
ment in which the company would
be involved, if under another
mame, which was to be for 25
years. It would not be surprising
if the company felt there was
insufficient security in Persia to
warrant lcoking forward as far
as that.

All things considered, would any

businessman be prepared to bet

that the Persians would not find
& new excuse to denounce the
agreement in six or seven years’
time—even if the Communists
did not gain power? But six or
seven years would give the com
pany time to make other arrange-
ments in more reliable places thar
Persia.

‘Let ’em Stew’

Yet another factor must be
weighing with the oil company. In
the first place, the Chiefs of Stafi
ere reported to have said tha
Abadan cannot be defended in <
third world war, Persian oil might

be useless to the Russians, bu!
they could deny it to us in a
matter of hours.

Anglo-Iranian Oil Compan)

alone will have a_ 10,000,000-ton
refining capacity in Britain very
soon, That is a third of the out
put of Abadan. Those refineries
may be vulnerable, but they are
still easier to defend than Abadan

In addition to all this, the da;
of the super-refinery is passing
This is a jet age. Jets*run on
paraffin. The extraction o
paraffin from erude is compara-
tively a simple and cheap process
compared with the plant needeca

lasted 28

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1951











TO0-DAY’S QUOTATION

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| Sunday — Barbados had a miniature sample}
of a hurricane this morning and most}
people living along the south and west!
coast will be able to form some idea of
the havoc which a hurricane with winds)
blowing at four times the velocity of
Sunday would do. |
Monday — It is ironical that the opening of | %
the sea-egg season should coincide with| ¥
high seas with the result that sea egg
divers cannot operate. %
fuesday — Once again there was a hurricane 4
scare today. Unless the Weather Bureau | ¥
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THE RAIN IS FALLING
THE GRASS IS GROWING
THE ANSWER—

ole yr hmm peg 3 aviation dos is not near Bombay and that the
" But somehow, if Persia is to West Indies are not on the West of India.

survive, some way will have to be
found to get the oil flowing again.
The advice that has been given to
from here is that the

Whitehall
only way to convince the Persians
of their folly is to let them stew
in their own juice for a bit

‘Cash Please’

As a final testimony to the
difficulties of the ailing doctor I
quote Harriman, who before he
left for London called on Mossadeg
to say good-bye.

Harriman asked the Prime
Minister if he had any message
for Mr. Attlee.

Mossadeg considered for a
moment and then muttered:
“Tell him to send us money.”

—L.E.S.



Simelair Lewis Signs Off In A

WORLD SO WIDE. By Sinelai
Lewis. Heinemann. 12s. 6d.
249 pages.

AFTER he has killed his ill-
tempered wite by an impatient tug
at the steering wheel, Hayden
Chart, plodding architect in that
fast-growing metropolis, Newlife,

Colorado, decides that opportunity
and conscience to utter
in his ear the summons to culture.

Confronting his soul in the quiet
of the hospital, where he is re-
covering from the motor accident,
Hayden is appalled by his ignor-
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does he know of music, Byzantine
architecture, chemistry, history
before 1776, Goethe, ete.? Is he
content to spend the whole of his
life quarrelling with mean old wo-
men who want marble bathrooms
for the price of tiled?

Well, then

Self-inquisition translates itself
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In Cornwall he feels the first lift-
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conspire

In Florence, before he can say
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First with the brown Arno, the an-
cient palaces, wonderful churches,
and so forth. Later with Dr. Olivia
Lomond, a decorative but chilly

she-scholar who can spare enough
time frem the study of medieval
manuscripts to flirt with a hum-

bler seeker after ancient wisdom

Olivia impresses the reader un-
favourably as one of those Finer
Things that can easily be omitted
from a cultural pilgrimage, and
there are few regrets when she
deserts Hayden for a more photo-

genic pilgrim from Hollywood.
Hayden consoles’ himself with
Roxanna, a rowdy woman jour-

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criss-crossings



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By GEORGE MALCOLM
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‘THE CRADLE OF NEPTUNE. By
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WHEN a brilliant uneven and
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hen there is Carnell who steals
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finer novelist he





the resistance movements, have
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brushed by the wings of greatness.

The narrator is sent by the secret
leaders of the Home Front to in-
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HAMILTON has his own ideas
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His only ticket of admission was an inno-)
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THE ‘EXPERT’

Air Force Brigadier-General H. A.|
Shepard spoke in detail at the meeting about |
America’s supply of atom bombs, and how}
they would be handed over to the air force|
if war broke out.

When he had finished, committee chairman
Senator Joseph O'Mahoney turned to the
elderly civilian sitting near by and said :—



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; | rere 5 i “I believe you are the air force’s civilian
were low because waterfront workers re- | American in search of a “back- “chow-off” But, let it mae at ee See ae expert in this field. We are ready to hear
t } . watt 1 ‘ ates s , s fi reates ; ” g s field. > ar
fused to unload ships and the relation- a inndiesinng eee. ae anes, he has plenty of tglent to greatest pains. mae wo,” S 5 |
ships between employers and employees | 6, pauses before the masterpieces: ~ °™ A tate of crime and moral tur- Genes Ghenrd iamaseiaieen’t Few
were most unsatisfactory. Today there is “To find all this with you!” of MEETING AT THE MILESTONE. ediscltoe’s. le ma tena ith vi a pe at 5 ne ma sy Se . -
a change. according to Mr. Adams, and | gentle satire at the expense of By Stgurd Hoel. Secker and tang of its ow. “| didn’t bring a civilian expert. The Finest for
a change, accor Ing ef tecnico Ste American expatriates Warburg. 13s. 6d. 284 pages. , a | we
the entire community stands to benefit Lewis's last book is slight, in a COUNTLESS novels, seeking to World Copyright Reserved. ‘WHO ARE YOU?’ A bright
minor kes id a x stful mood exploit our emotions on behalf of —L.E O'Mahoney. patiently: “I’m referring to we k d
LLL LLL LLL CCL CL ttn . - . ae)
rT) R i : s : ' }the gentleman sitting near’ you.” as -
ur eaders | ay | The general (not so patiently); “I know Tea
E Sine i s i HO eee ee . ps tila a that, sir, but he’s not in our group.” RED ROSE
University College Damage normal soon, Lack of telephones !8 Whe damage feared to the Junior road; although the road is cun- | , , gs .
To The Editor The Advocat and electric light is a handicap ee Room with such under- structed on Mc. Adam tarred sys- O'Mahoney (even less patiently, and LIPTONS et ,
umes , on but dlr water-supply is all right, §"@duate property as their piano, tem. The same road passes through 1s z iy bee , CHOYCE TIPS Os
rere ce for are of the U <0 No personal injuries Principa’s Wireless set, ete. Barbadian elevated lands and contains no re- | staring at the man): “Then who are you MYNA
receive J WS O e Uni- ora) ; Sea ners ray : ” ~
Gavate ‘College of the We ‘ ‘ee house undamaged Phe Library undergraduates at present on _ taining walls. The earth from the | with ? | aa For Cocktails
after the recent hurricane in C&me off very well the roof Vacation here have shown spon- lands at the sides of the road, is The civilian, calmly: “I’m with a New York oe
Jamaica. The full text of the eld, thank goodnes , the books ‘taneous initiative by organising a washed on the road by the rains, Tene . 3 \ Coff VIENNA SAUSAGES
telegram from the Principal to 2" in pretty good pe, There oh od ahha making good this and it stays there and creates | firm. orree SARDINES |
Mr. Grantley Adams lich is, of course, a certain amount of 108s tis will be held on Wed- pot-holes which are vo.’ danger- | O'Mahoney looked startled, and asked: ANCHOVI
oo eee fs eial , ad a age from wate it nothing "eSsday Sept. 26th. Any offers of ous. Secondly, the road heads to “How did vy itd here 2” ICA PRUNES
of the Regional Economic Com- Serious. Staff houses whieh were tance will be gratefully re- Flying Fish corner at Spring Farm ow did you get in here : LIPTON CHEESE BISCUITS
Std ed ante tna occupied have not suffered greatly ceived by Mr. J. C. L. Drakes junction is constructed without the | And this was the explanation the stranger 7 - BLUE JACK STRAWS
mittee was as follows (Tel: 337: RED WHITE & BLU
“Please inform Government ana Ut the very newest one (:.ot yet ae cena e . least thought of making means to | offered : MAXWELL HOUSE
Resident Tutor University Col- Occupied) was badly damaged be- AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH, convey the rain water from the Se pa NESCAFE i :
isua’ damabed but not severely, cavse othe large trees’ in that y Resident Tutor. gutters to a catch pit or an appro- ‘ . 7 Canned Foods
Hoping pied ah ‘rial ching part of the Colle Common. &-9.5! priate place. This water during JUST WALKED IN Heins Soups
October. Library intact. Labora- The trees car on ti Road C ‘ rainy seasons gives much uneasi- “IT just walked in. The door was open. LUNCHEON MEAT
tories under repair.” eeu ang t e} 7 soa@ Construction ness to those who live at Flying “T th sht i rac ¢ ing. Nobody CHICKEN SALMON
In a postscript to a business let- ‘damage there, K mess In St. Thomas Fish Corner and further down the I thought it was an open meeting. Nobody MONGOLE PILCHARDS
cain Agtlstant Semetshe Ay f f het ha die west. It crosses the road diagon- asked me any questions and nobody said I ASPARAGUS LIBBY’S VEGETABLES _—
Sinwaobs. wrote infor: Ss ae LW... o t , d e Editor » Advocate— ally about 30ft. in length, and anid si : 99 CELERY SPAGHETTI & CHEESE
ee saaeande a Y SIR,—1I had always been pre- starts from the edge of the junc- could not come in, TOMATO FRUIT SALAD
hs : ired to keep mute respecting tion and ends at the stand post. Consternation now. O’Mahoney whispered VEGETABLE APRICOT NECTAR
Gea a - tore ith It ! re Covernment affairs; but this is one I.e. It crosses the junction and the gat daa eer ie mi . Pc Bea get Ce reece pee ae aes cas
Fe yu etapa il ‘ t ‘ ne that I ve to blow my principal road. I do hope that this to a clerk: “Call the F.B.1. GOLD BRAID RUM
espect of the pre- will catch the eyes of those in au- Footnote: There new regulatfon now at ee Ee
1c in the thority and that they will make the





eans to alleviate the situation.
JOHN HAYWOOD

Spring Farm.

| Phone Goddards early to-day

J

White Hall, and
growing in the



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8, 1951





St. Peter’s News :



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



OIL, COMPANIES CARRY GUT SUB-SURFACE SURVEY
Within Five Miles Of
Barbados’ Coars

HE
Ble.

Dr

rently carrying on seism
miles off Speightstown,
yesterday
“Because of the small
become necessary for the
seismograph prog













aerial
order to get a clearer picture of
Barbados Gulf to initiate a marine
ramme which will extend some !—5 miles

k.
INDEPENDENT EXPLORATION COMPANY under M Magistr
mtract with the Barbados Gulf Oil Company are cur-

perations about one and a half
W. F.

size of Barbados and in
the sub surface, it has



















off the coast of Barbados” he said.
The company has diseussed the
: matter theroughly with the Gov-
susan en a i ind in particular with
Barrister Ss the Fishery Officer in order that
no unnecessary damage to the
A cur.
Introduced Srinibtin biog th
? | j B r d on in the Gulf of Mexico
6 « i off the coast of Texas and
0 sOCa ar Louisiana and the oil companies
there have spent considerable
Two Trinidad barristers, Mr. time ind money investigating
Wilired W. J. Alexander : Mr. how much damage is caused by
Seilochan B. Dolsingh who ap- cybmarin explosions
peared for the defence in the By ing the charges near the
Boysie Singh case in Trinidad gsurface and at considerable dis-
and are here on holiday, were tance from any known fishing
yesterday introduced to the loca) panks, it has been proved that
bar and admitted to practise ¥Y damage to fish is minute.
the Honourable The Chief Judge, To date, the seismic contractors
Sir Allan Collymore for the Barbados Gulf Oil Com-
Neither Mr. Alexander noy Mr. pany have noted and reported
Dolsingh, however, intends prac- only three dead fish in the course
tising here of four days’ operation
Introducing them, the Solicitor
General, Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., ”
said he had great pleasure in HE HIGHWAYS COMMIs-
making the introduction of the SIONERS of St. Peter are still
two members of the t of the w y on their road programme
neighbouring colony Trinidaa. ir -obelle. Their activities are
Mr. Alexander was called to the concentrated on Terminal Road

bar by the Honourable Society
Gray’s Inn in July 1946 and
Dolsingh was called by the

of
Mr.
Hon-



ourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
in November 1949

He said he was assured by the
two lawyers at they had m
tention of _practising at the loc
bar

No Rare Event

The Honourable the Chief
Judge said that time wags when
the introduction of a barrister-at-
law in the courts of this island
was a rare occasion and quite
an event in legal circles

“Nowadays,” he said, “the ad-
mission both of sons of the soil and

of lawyers from neighbouring
colonies to the bay of the island
are frequent.

“T can assure you, however
that this in no wav detracts
from the warmth of the welcome
which I extend to you this
Bench. I wish vable
holiday here and iccess
of your ctice in Trinidad

trom

you



further s































“You are now admitted to Drivers say wit wail the ~ ase sag ry ND rear ap Certificate by His Excellency the Governor, the Chief Scout
practice in the courts of this Sov" os Deez alae eter toad The Precise's shipment has found — Gf Barbados, at Government House yesterday evening
island if you desire to do so.’ veniclés on 0 ' . € ad. part of an earlier shipment of The ceremony was held on the the first to win the Badge and

The two lawyers said they lumber stacked on the waterfront grounds in the presence of Certificate locally and it is a
thanked the Honourable the The Precise is expected to be in parents and scouters, Smith and pleasure that 1 ask Your Excel-
Chief Judge for his kind remarks SILVER CHALLENGE CUP Barbados quite » number of days Lewis were invested scoutgs in lency, as lcal Chief Scout, to males
and they _ would: assure him it lies in waiting for-the B.C.L. before she completes the discharg- 1946 while Rudder’s career a& a the presentation, Major Gri 1
was not their intention to prac- Cjyb of St. Peter which gets the !"& of the cargo. scout began in 1948. p said
Li a coe an . aaa t highest points in the present com- ay eee, wee cs nt Impertant

ey also said they wanted to petit; a thts bi cal the President on . Cuke < Excellency, before present-

on petition. St. Peter can now boast 7 , / ‘ Hi ixcellency, I
a ~~ meses ee a. of two B.C.L. Clubs and it will 75-) ear-Old Moves and the Island - ee eine’: ing the Badges and Certificates
eral for the readiness with WhICN pe the first time that such a cup ° Major J. E. Griffith, The King d
; pe $ 5 & 7 7 4 re ’ al
he agreed to introduce them. Tt will be given, With The Land Scouts entered with the King “For me, this presentation of
was an honour to belong to the Belleplaine C.C. carried off the Colour and His Excellency re- King's Scouts badges is an im-
distinguished bar of Barbados. Silver Challenge Cup of the last With a tear in his eye, 75-year- ceived the Colour : portant event. It is the first aca-
° season as they were first in the old Frederick Williams wiil have Island Commissioner Griffith sion in my life when I have had
international Leeward Division of the B.C.L. to move this home from the spot presenting the King’s Scouts, said; the honour and privilege of pre-,
Ccmpetition. in St. Simons, St. Andrew, where “Up to the year 1946 the highest conti these award and
i - . d 1 <.N.R s, Speaker > has e ying I > than award for Efficiency which a Boy . ,
J ayre » Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, Speaker he has been living for more n awar¢ r E Y certificat
Aeradio Phanke of the House of Assembly, pre- 52 years. There are many diffi- Scout could earn was the Kin But for you three Scouts, today
4 ; * sented the Cup to the skipper of cult tasks the old man would Scout Badge, a Badge instituted far more important, for you have
For Assistatice Belleplaine C.C. cn Monday night prefer to do rather than move, by King Edward VU not only the honour and privileg:
oe - before a representative gathering out he was threatened with land- . . if bein kn publicly a
After Jamaica Hurricane of other B.C.L. Clubs and their slides so often during the roa King’s Colour KING'S SCOUT, but you have. the
“ons th and this house is sinking I} responsibility of bein \
Dama e patrons. ‘ mon : : ae 9 9 ont aft cou hea J
g& Mr. J. M. Hewitt, Secretary of and moving about so much, ae te oe tai p rs as ut- model scout for others, It i

International Aevadio (Cary the B.C.L., sponsored the function. his life would be in danger if he Miininrins a T ania ‘d for the tremendous privilege to be able

Ltd., wao, at e recent qdis- remained. ea coo sont om +,, to link yourself with Hi Majest
; . . illiams, a tailor, lived there colony the distinction of being the | o£ own as

astrous Janval hurricane were WwW . ‘ King’ : the King and to be known

responsible tor the rapid restora- i i with his 74-year-old wife, a son first to win the ing’s Colour in Scout honoured by the King

) : ; sécommuni LETTERS OF. and a grand-daughter and yes- one of the seven areas in the "cg outing in Barbados is at a low
a of aeronautic Le i terday when he began to talk of Commonwealth to which a silken bears Vou ate being watched and
cvtions facilities ut Palisadoes air- ‘ : at : he : . a9 ee c z ae : ym ft f ve a
port, have received the following ADMINISTRATION his having to remove from \ ? Union Flag wa presented for th criticized, but it is by your. own

r z ee 8 old spot where he has made highest percentage of King exertions and by your own ex
expressions of appreciation from ‘he Honourable the Chief many a pair of pants, tears gath- Scouts, the troop being knov mole that you. will earn the re-
the Colonial Office: : , Judge, Sir Allan Collymore yes- ered in his eyes. for that year as the King’s Troop. © es, of the people of Barbado

The Governor of Jamaica terday granted the petition of For many years now, he has “In 1946 the standard of testy ®t Return to vais troops and
has asked that an expression Of (jarine E. King of Roebuck been seeing the action of land- for all Scout Badges was appre ‘ aoc pester effort to bring your
thanks of Government of Street, widow, for letters of slides about his districts, but they ably raised and that of Kin; we on ‘ the King’s Plait

Jamaica should be conveyed to Administration to the estate of never troubled him as they have Scout was further enhanced ar oer ca is cael

your company for the prompt her husband Milton King, who during this rainy season. given a new dignity by His Majest te Message

and efficient manner in which died at Capetown, South Africa. He has remained at this spot the King who graciously approve King 8S Viessage 3 a

International Aeradio (Carib- Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed ever since the landslides began to of a Certificate a messag His Excellency then read th

bean L ited restored the vy Messrs Haynes & Griffith, shake the house, but at last he pearing hi ignature accompan King’s Message to each King

aeronautical telecommunications + citors, appeared for Clarine has been persuaded by his friends ing the Badge Scout. It wa worded A aa
facilities at Palisadoc irport that it might be wiser to remove “The presentation of the Bad King’s Scout you have prepared
after the recent hurricane. It is e following wills were He is going only a quarter of @ anq Certificate is always made by yourself for service to God and]
understood that it was mainly tted to probate. mile away, though. ,the local Chief Scout in person your fellowmen, and ha\ how
owing to the rapid restoration te Marjorie Arthur, Kent, “It would break my heart if I]:, 4 simple but always impressive yourself a worthy men ber of th
of the e facilitic t j ,s England; Ambrozine Moore, St. had to go further,” he said, “fOr |c.eremony when the Scout is re great Scout Brotherhood, I wish
f he « NV 1ael; Samuel Josiah Murray, the Brethren Assen bly which 1s quired to renew his Promise. The you God Speed on your journe
f : ervices >t: Andrew; Ethelind Elvira Mc- near where I live and where first of these investitures was heli through life; may it prove fo
€ nN 24 ur Tnt sh, St. Michael; James Regi- have been accustomed to ing OD | at Imperial Headquarters you a joyou adventure The
: of State is! Sald Worrell, Christ Church, a Sunday has become part of me | April, 1947. message was signed by the King
CLE with OPPPIS9SS93599S9 9995 VS ISIS SSSSIFAI IO FP OOFF G | “The boys before you Sir, are himself
of appreciation % % | ema MRIREE ote te
t work done by x ™ = | ‘ Y +

ere s \) SUMMER

a a Te sy. | SUMME

for it to be communicated. to all CLT rs fi Pa

ay | UNDEI

Conference Heid , 1,
>t S rity of the hurri- , y. 7, y "Ke

secs the compl em Leah BUY NOW AND SAVE! eas
cane and the complete lz of - |
amunica ven: eu rbiee Houbigant’s Celebrated French Colognes and Perfumes Assorted ¥ | SA i L
MOTRIN ; sumed that t cor Y c g | b
municatior facil we ali z : — : pee y
pletely y and Mr Re Colognes Scented Lge. Size Orig. Price $3.60 Now $1.50 e

Tilson Manager ' 2 § “ OE: -

Wilson, Ms i ; it es Ne CM le Elizabeth Howard
en ee tintin! cede’ % 5 He Sml. _,, ” : Peg 60 }
ence witt mmunic y I eh M ale “ v | Another of zabeth Howard's
n Air Je 2 3.60 J 5
nel of'Pan An ‘ Li LYS i; 8 Lavender Water Lege. ' ” 3.6 1.50 y harming stori vhich will prove
result of hich equipment and % : Med. ~ ” 2.40 90 6) ght to t teen-aged
technicians accompanied Mr — % E 4 ment : , 1.56 = 60 % | Cl a Me rebels inst
ae I % , : % the conventior urrounding fe
, 2.30a.m. § La France Rose Perfume ” ” 5.00 , 2.88 % male life i year 1852 and
. ; ‘| % Quelque Fleur Perfume * ; 8.00 " 6.60 % | finally disgraces herself by daring
% 4 to go, unescor to a lecture on
Â¥ 3 9 8 >
t xter to! } * e ’ ‘ ° 6.00 Py 4.09 , women's Right But fortunately
nd « t commu-|% 3 “ tye 4.00 , %.¢0 §| there is Grandpa who sails hi
‘ - *s % | von ship anc as a great ym-
: : % | nathy, for his ing granddaugh-
A % yy ’ | ter
oct ¢ ¢ Ai " °, , ‘4’ % | t
. soning KNIGHTS DRE TORES Ctarless ek thy tess
-ating| & | h
er a rat} * 9 | ‘

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ocranaitien! centres. in. Sheesh eaBeehen in até
, t x at different port

, wT a: r ng ” and starlit
S } @ Just Arrived! nies at x Y evionite
t 1 lh £
4 or ri ! 1eT fo
FRESH SHIPMENT OF Cla er happine
e ” ~ " re rown covery +t
: PURINA CHOWS - wae oC

COOLING OFT

near to the Cove Bay—where they

are ¢€ {fe cti
bridge
Some

of the

repairs and erecting
weeks ago the foundation
bridge being laid
have now got the bridge
fo ground level. During the past
two weeks work was considerably
held up by rain

was
They

4 * *
RIVERS of motor vehicles
and cyclists are becoming
omed to the new traffic
ions which are practised in
Speightstown on Mondays and
Saturdays

The flow of
lay is smooth,
nece



accu

regula

these
duty
the
and
are

traffic
Police do

at the ary corners of
town to dire those drivers
cyclists who either forget or

or





ignorant of the regulations.
Traffic signs are also posted in
some of the streets

Some of the traffic signs tell
drivers between what hours and

on which side of the Streets they
must park their vehicles daily.




















Auer told the Advocate

‘ arrived







ALSO
CHICK FEEDERS

Fined 10/- For

Blackguarding

=. A. MCLEOD Polic
ate District “A’,
yesterday fined Eustace Watson o!
the Union, St. Joseph, 10/- for
blackguaraing on Bay Street and
5/- for violating one of the Police
Traffic Rules.

f
of

A witness for the prosecution
said that Watson wes told to re-
move his motor lorry from a re-
tricted spot in Bay Street by a

policeman.- Instead of obeying the
order, Watson started to abuse the
policeman,
R. E. B. CARTER yesterday
performed a post mortem ex-
amination on the body of H zel
Searles of Carters, St. John, who
fell from the door of her
September 6

house on
Thursday, about 4
p.m.
The date of
yet been fixed.
WO HUNDRED AND THIRTY
FIVE holes of second crop
ratoons were burnt by fire at
Draxhall Plantation, St. George on
Thursday night about 10.45 o'clock
Quick action on the part of
neighbours prevented the fire from
spreading to another canefield
EMEERS of the Seventh Day

an inquest has not

Adventist Church in St
Joseph will be given a seres of
lectures by Mr. L. babb. ‘To iilus-

trate some of his points, Mr. Babb

will use u film projector,
R. C. L. WALWYN, Acting
Pctice Magistruie of District
“A”, yesterday commiited Edmund

Ash of Deacon's Road, St. Michael,
to the next sitting of the Court of
Grand Session on a charge of ob-
taining money from Ianthe Rock
by false pretences.
The Police alleged that the of-
fence was committed on August 4
HE INQUIRY into the circum-
stances surrounding the death
of Katherine Hall of Westbury
Road, St. Michael has been fixed
for Monday, September 10 at Dis-
trict “A’ Police Court when the
Coroner will be Mr. G. B. Griffith,

Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”,
Katherine Hall was one of the

occupants in the motor car X-697
which overturned on Dayrells Hill
Road, St. George on Monday, Sep-
tember 3. She was taken to the
General Hospital the same day and
died about 4.30 p.m. on Wednes-
day September 5. Dr. A. L. Stuart
performed the post mortem
BOUT 400,000 feet of lumber
here from the Ba-
hamas yesterday by the motor ves-
sel Precise. The shipment came to











Tere

EMPIRE

MANY YEARS of research by General Blectric lightnin,
ant Fmpire State Building in Ne

on lightning strikes on the gi
Â¥ lightning rod for buildings in the

show that the skyscraper acts as
surrounding area

Strikes, which have reached a
become slightly more frequent as
foot television
antenna will also give lightning p.
according to Julius H. Hagenguth,
Laboratory in Pittsfield, Massachus sttes

STATE
s + «

antenna to the 1,250-feet building.

EXPRESS.

the result of the addition of a

HUILDING



g scientists
w York,

Addition of the

high as 48 in a single summer may |
290
'

THREE GET KING'S
SCOUT BADGES

THREE Barbadian Scouis, for the first time in the his-
|, have gained the highest award in Scout-
Smith and Geoffrey Rudder of the
Lewis of the Bethel Scout

tory of the islanc
ing. The three, Wesley 5
First Sea Scouts and Lawrence of t
Group, were presented with the King’s Se


































SAVE IF AT

ou

t Badge





ADVOCATE
STATIONERY

otection to a slightly wider area,
director of the G.E. High Voltage

and

|

90° F In The Shade
Yesterday

of the

everyone
th

complained
Nearly
vt va n vacation rushed
seaside and this was shown by the

t to





large amount of people who were
on the various beaches of the
island basking in the sun

In the shade the thermomet
showed 90 degrees Fahrenheit. A
the snack bars in the City we
cor ] visited tk thir
workers who took a five minut
break to enjoy a cold drink

(head ‘

THE ORIGINAL SUPREME 5)

WINE TONIC RESTORA- ()

TIVE {if

at

Available Again For The i

First Time Since The \})

Second World War Nr

t

It is now over fifty year tt

{

since Hall’s Wine was first }!
prepared by a well-known

London physician and placed

on the market asa Tonic

Restorative to meet all run-

j down conditions
)
”

|

To-day the of

Hall's

reputation

Wine is a household

word in every city, town and

y
| village of Great Britain, and
is equally well-known in |
other parts of the world. 1)
Hall's Wine meets, as no
other Tonic does, the physi-
cal need created by weaken
ing illnesses, and supplies
quickly and surely the vital-
ity required in run-down
(
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)
(

condition It is pleasant to

the taste and can be taken

with perfect confidence by

invalids and persons

declicate constitution

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

_—_

For Births, Marriage vr Ex ent
wnouncements in Carib Calling the
tharge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per werd for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Netices only after 4 p.m.

The charge for announcements af
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-
eagements, and "n Memoriam notices is
$1 30 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
foy any number a. words up to 50, and
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THANKS

YARDE—The undersigned beg to thank
those who have expressed their
sympathy .n many ways occasioned
by the death of their father Lacey
Yarde, who fell asleep 4th September

1951.
Douglas, Eric, Binley Yarde (sans),





Mrs. Gwendeline King, Mrs. Anetha
Morris, Miss Iris Yarde (daughter).
8.9.51—In.



IN MEMORIAM

—___-.

BELGRAVE —In loving memory of Lilian
ee who died on 8th September
1

Lost in sight of home where wife's
last farewell still lingers dear;
And that saddest kiss at parting
brings to mind the falling tear,
Ever to be remembered by Osear Bel+
grave (Husband) and family.



8.9.51—In





BRKATHWAITE—In loving memory of
James Edward Brathwaite who died on
the Bth of September 199

The pains of death are past

Labour and sorrow cease

Ae life’s long warfare closed at

ast

His soul is found in : i
Caroline (widow), Goulbourn, Laurence,
Alfred,* Elric (sons), Clarice (daughter).

7 8.9.51—1n.

i

CALI 'DAR—In loving mémory of my
beloved mother Mildred Callendar,
who fell asleep
September 1950,

Asleep in Jesus blessed sletp
From which she will never wake to
weep
Always remembered by her loving
Daughter, Mrs. Thelma Ramsay, (sister:

ara diepscenieen

in Jesus the 8th of

r ion B: Bath Brushes, b

Mrs. Iris Lashley}, Mrs. Pearl Parris | Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder

niece, ¢Trinidad) . 8.9.51—In Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bewl
Brushes, and many others



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
AND TRANSPORT

Vacancies for Road Overseers,
Grade I.

Applications are invited for
appointments to vacant posts of
Road Overseers,

The post is pensionable with



rising by annual increments of |*
$72 to $1,632 per annum.

Buds.
2. The appointment will be on| per bar.

one year’s probation in the first
instance and will be made sub.

sel’ beautiful silver fox cape tor $250.

|

Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696.

beauty Palm Olive Si . per
bottle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at Ric.
per cake,

salary at the rate of $1,200 a year; LTD.



over 24
_—— 3 cents a worl week—4 cents a
on Sundays; '

ROCK HALL PLANTATION, St Peter

Offers will be received by the owner C

A | Kellman up to September 14th
1 UTOMOTIVE | 2.9.51—4n |
CAR—Buick Straight Eight. J-1 in|” “THE HAVEN”

. E — Just over thr
geod order. Appiy; L. N Simpson, | miles from town. It is built of one
Guinea, St. John. Dial 95223. and has open verandah, Drawing and

8.9.51—6n Sor rooms, 3 bedrooms, Toilet and

ath, kitchen and stands on \ of an acr

CAR-—Hillman, 1946 model in perfect | oi land with fruit trees. Price attrac:
condition. Apply: W Wells, T. Geddes | tive, Apply on the premises or te
Grant Ltd. Phone 2861, 7.9.5l—3n.|D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane
| Dial 2743. .9.5)—ar
CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in Arst ae

clwss order will make an excellent Taxi.
Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce
Weatherhead Limited. 4.9.5h--t.f.n

IMMEDIATE delivery Morris Minor
4 Door Saloons in Black, Blue, Green
and Grey. 10 Cwt. Morris Cowley
Pick-Up Trucks. Morris 1%%—2 Ton

Light Delivery Trucks with all steel

body if desired. Seeure yours while
they last and before prices rise,
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Telephone 4504.
8.9.51—In,



ELECTRICAL

Ee

KADIO—One Philips Radio. Excellent
condition. No reasonable offer refused.
Molder Bros., 49 Swan Street







6.9.51—t.f.n.

MECHANICAL
ited _ _
SPORTS CYCLE — (ty Lady's

“Humber” Sports Cycle—Cheap for cash.
Apply: Newsam & Co. 8.9.51—2n.

TYPEQWRITERS—Al! sized new n-odels

also large, Med. second hand machines.
BRADSHAW & COMPANY

7.9. 51—2n.

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
one hu dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd,
City Pharmacy. 11.8,51—T F.N

FULLER BR!
kinds Fuller Brushes ine!









shipment, all
Ladies

Gristlecombs, Gent's Tooth

Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes,

H. P. CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middle.
Street. Distributors. Dial 3382. ,
2.9.91—

FOX CAPE—Lady out from U.K. will







Reply to Box 8.

' GALVANISED :
10. Price cannot be beaten,

PURLIC SALES

} Ten cents per agate tine un week-deys
| @nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
| Minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
| and $1.80 on Sundays,



REAL ESTATE

ee
The undersigned will offer for Sale a:
public competition at their Office, ¥

17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday

tha l4th day of September, 1951 at ©)

p.m. :—
The two-storied Dwellinghouse known

as “CONISTON”, with the land whereor |

the same stands and thereto belonging.
containing by admeasurement 6,422
square feet or thereabouts, situate at
lth Avenue Bellevill:, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736.
For further particulars and condition
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—N.E.D





The undersigned will offer for Sale a

; ’ | Elsie Muillings, Sylvia Mullings, Leonie Tntransit for Martinique

public competition at their Office, No a, Sonal Tamme ee, am ae os. a Lee | MeNamara, Kathleen Martel. Dr Yausnan Andre Robin

17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday. | 5\/joaet Soe betare the iBth ne: | Wells, Frank Roherser Intransit for Guadeloupe
the 14th day of September, 1961, at 239! OGRE WO ogi Smeucore, te 18th. day From Martinique } Armand Robin, Julie Martin
p.m . ~ Gintrifaat “th tH : on Raoul De Laguarigue, Caroline De} Intransit for Antigua

THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing yar ed _to th ene annets of the | Laguarigue | Margaret Harris
on $,033 square feet of land, ‘adjoining | paving regi’ to ree gntitied thereto From St. Kitts For Guadeloupe
the Barbados Aquatic Club, together cee aenne to the debts and ae David Etmage, Lioyd Aaron, Rev , Armand Robin, Julie Marfr
with the Goodwill and Assets of the coy. which —— then eh ae
business, now carried on under the | D¢tce, and that 1 shull not be liable eaaincelipiaatapinistiitiar Rice Uk ee ee
setae of Sean, een ee Pee

INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | had notice at the time Of eae ent GOVER E T iF CE
days, and Fridays, between the hours of a eh distri | NM IN NO I

4 and 6 p.m.
premises.
For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply. to :—
Ge TTLE, CATFORD & .Co.
. ; 31 8.51—13n"

“MARSE VILLE” —This desirous
property which eontaing all the neces-
sory con-.eniences, standing on 1/8 of
an acre of land along Bank Hall main
road, This is a substantial investment.
ONE PROPERTY—m Tweedside Road,
with shop. This is a very good in-
vestment for- business |
ONE PROPERTY—Chattel Rouse, with |
two roofs, kitchen etc, Standing on

on application on the

3,363 sqr. ft. of land. And many other
ae houses. All price reasonable to |
sell. |
THE EBONY REAYTY & COMMISSION
AGENCY
Marhill Street, Dial 5001
8.9.51—2n





AUCTION





8.9.51-—-t.f.n.

two essentials to
at Bac

HERE! Are the

Call for them at KNIGHT'S
6.9.51—3r

NUT ROLLS and Rose}
Fresh Canadian Candy Bars i2c.
Bruce Weatherhead Limited.
8.9.51—2n.





——
ONE FOWL COOP—8% ft. by 4 ft. | Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot

ject to the selected candidates |; 4-1 dition.
being passed as medically fit for rabbits. A. willl
employment in the Public Ser-| bury.
vice.

Sictnteasencnsetinieneminsaaess peeepitmetibeiors semcetissiins
‘ ORGAN—Small Family Organ Windsor
3. Candidates, who should be} .- Cornish American preferred, Apply:

A. Williams, Kingsley, New-

8.9.51—2n.

Can be used for| at Airy Hill, Saint Joseph on Wednes-
day next

AUCTION SALE AT CUSTOMS
On Tuesday 11th September at 12.30
oclock at the Customs, I will sell by
Auction 75 Cartoons of Paraffin Wax,
(6) Six Deal Planks, and 2 Pkgs, con-
teining 12 cartoons of Cigarettes.
Terms strictly CASH, D'ARCY A.
» Govt. Auctioneer.

7.9.51—4n

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

instructions received



By from Mrs.



12th September at 2 p.m.
cne double roofed house size 20 x 10

between the ages of 30 to 40 years | No.

and who must have had experi-
ence in read work, must be able
to read and write English, to

keep correctly the Labour and} & Taylo

Distribution Rolls, to set out and
and measure up all descriptions

of road work and to perform any | scopes each with

50 Swan Street, or Phone 3121.
8.9.51—2n.

saan Seeeeneepunenenee ee
OLDHAM BATTERIES for Cars and

Trucks, sold with a guarantee. Redman
rs Garage Ltd. Phone 4435.
7.9.51—3n.

3 strips Film, real

otner duties that may be required | amusement for children and grown ups,

of them by the Director.
4. successful
will be required to keep a motor

ance of his duties, A travelling
allowance will be paid in accord-
ance with the provisions of the

Travelling Allowance Regulations | ‘UNIMET

in force. ’

5. Applications, which should
be submitted on the prescribed
form, obtainable from the Colon.

candidate | 481°.

—
SOAP & COLOGNE--We offer to-day a‘
vehicle for use in the perform-| a - ‘

$1.56 each. Stanway Store, Lucas St.
8.9,.51—2n.

reduction due to over stock Erasmi:
Cologne in’ taney bovdee th ot.
‘oloy in faney 1/6 per bot.
KNIGHT'S LTD. 69.5131
i
'OR'—Constructional Angle
makes absolutely Rigid Steel Framework.
From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’
you can construct Benches, Storage,
Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for
Light Buildings, scaffolding and other

ial Secretary’s Office and sealed useful equipment. Available from Stock,

in an envelope marked “Applica-
tion for post of Road Overseer,
Grade I, Department of Highways
and Transport”, should be
addressed to the Director of

Highways and Transport and will | ete.
be accepted up to 4 p-m., on Sat- | KNIGHT'S LTD.

urday 15th of September, 1951.
23.8.51—3n.



FOREIGN COMPENSATION
COMMISSION
Attention is invited to the com-
ing into force of the Foreign
compensation (Czechoslovakia)
(Amendment) Order in Council
1951, (SI. 1951 No. 1166). This
Order adds further Slovak and

contact
S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.
Dial 3713—4966. 4.9.51—In.

XMAS GIFTS—Come in and _seleci
from our stock of Matchabellis French
Duchess of York, Stradavari,
A 50% reduction to clear,
6.9.51—3n



FOR RENT

word on Sundays;



HOUSES

eee
Czechoslovak Laws and Decrees} CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
to the Schedule to the Foreign | tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.

Compensation
Order in Council 1950, (S.I. 1950
No. 1191) and amends certain of
the Articles of that Order laying
down the requirements which
persons claiming compensation
are called upon to satisfy.
Persons who consider that they
may claim to be entitled to re-
ceive compensation by reason of

the Amending Order in Council | day from 9 a.m. to 1i p.m. and 2

should write giving their full
name and address to the Secre-
tary of the Foreign Compensa-

i i i ate,| Beulah, St. Philip—drawing,
tion Commission, 1, ere or rea pies

S.W.7, forthwith and
event not later than 30th Novem-
ber, 1951.
with accompanying
will then be forwarded.

Persons who have already sub-

An Application Form | Taylor at corner shop.
INStrUCtIONS | eee

(Czechoslovakia) Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All

conveniences. Apply on premises.
3.8.51—t.f.n.

HOUSE—Roomy House at Carlton, St.
James. Apply to I. Yearwood (Bus
Conduetor), Carlton, St. James.

7.9.51—3n.

IVY LODGE—Wwy Road, with three

ms, toilet and bath upstairs.
Good place to keep a dairy or other
business. Time for inspection





p.m,
to 4 p.m. except Sundays. Apply: E
Clarke on the premises. 8.9.51—2n
VERDUN—Comfortable Cottage near
sitting,

ms, rune

ning water, bath and toilet. Kitchen,
gerage, enclosed yard. Apply: Mr,
7.9,51—3n

FOR RENT ON LONG LEASE
ONE NEWLY BU*LT BUNGALOW on
t. James Coast (7 miles from town).

an application and who, Fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

may wish to amend it by reason
of the Amending Order in Coun-
cil, are at liberty to do so under
the Foreign Compensation Com-
mission Rules Approval Instru-
ment 1950 Rule 18 (S.J. 1950
No. 2042).

The last named instrument as
well as all the relevant Orders
in Council and every other
ument relating thereto may be

seen on application in The Custo-| Sens (B’dos) Ltd.

dian of emy sees: Public
Buildings, Bridgetown .
™ : . 4.9.51—3n.





We buy anything connected with
STAMPS. Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the
CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY
3rd Floor, No. 10, Swap St.



No. 2066

Star
Order of Foresters on
SUNDAY 9th SEPTEMBER 1961

Court Western

Ancient

at 112 Upper Roebuck Street in
memory of the late Bro. Leroy
Worrell Members of Kindred
Lodges and the general public

are invited.

A. and M. Hymn books will be

4

used 5.9. 51—2n
g over
. j "
SESSSOSS OSS GGG SS °











and toilet. All modern conveniences.
Private Beach, good sea bathing. Dial
2472. 8.9.51—3n.

WANTED
HELP









STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST, | |

who has had previous experience. Begin-
ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &
6.9.51—t f.n

MISCELLANEOUS



rong Bacolite Peep-

every ]





WANTED TO BENT
. WAREHOUSE; To RENT.
around City—Stanfeld free



Good pr.ces paid.

ACHIMY
Corner of Fairchild wae

WANTED

M:

Chairs, — Drersing
Centre Tables, Rockers,
and Deal or Pine Tables.
DARCY A.
Auctioneer,

G. A, Service’s
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

“Whatever makes men hap-
pier makes them better.”
—Goldsmith.

Gas makes Cookie happier
and makes her cook better
too!





and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
Auctioneer.

5.9.51—5n.





LOST

—<$______.

PARCEL—Small parcel on Thursday
night somewhere in St. Matthias Gap.
Will Ginder please communicate with the
Advo¢ate Advertising Dept, Rewarc
offered. 8.9.51—2n





In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station

Cahle and Wireless (West Indtes) Ltd.
advised that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station :—

§ S. Alcoa Pointer, S S. Alcoa Pilgrim
SS. Romana, SS City of Alma, SS
Cottica, SS. Vuleano, 8.5. Sea Breeze,
SS. General Sanmarten, S S Mobilgas,
SS. Hyalina, $S_ Latirus, SS. Ari-
gunia, S88 Colombie, SS. Loide Col-
ombia, SS. Republica De Venezuela.
S S.Williemstad, S S. Bonito, SS. Pol-
armaid, SS. Sundale, SS. Celilo, S.S
Sokna, SS California, S § Esso Anna-
polis, SS. Gibara, S S_ Beaverdam, S.S
Sjoa, S S. Ampac Washington



RATES OF EXCHANGE



CANADA
Sept. 7, 1951.
including Newfoundland)
63.3% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 61.4% pr.
Demand Drafts 61.25% pr.
Sight Drafts 61.1% pr.
63.3% pr. Cable
61.8% pr. Currency 59.9% pr.
Coupons 59.2% pr.

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels

Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Ete., Etc.

THANrS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466





MR. M. A. LAMPITT

VAUGHAN St. Joseph.



informs his friends that his

DANCE

changed

yf
been from
the 15th to 29th September,

8.9.51—In

NOTICE

Y. M. P. C.

Three Members having obtained
an equal number of Votes, it will
be necessary to have a Bye-

Election to fill two seats on the
Governing Body
The Ballot will

be held on
Thursday, September 13th 1951, at
the Club House, Beckles Road,
between the hours of 4.30 and
8.00 p.m.
Names of the Candidates are:—
L. E. Dash, O. E. Edghill and
H. C. M. Hunte.
P



LOST

PLOT AND SALE of the
Property of the late Mary
Jane Brathwaite of Arthur
Seat, St. Thomas. Persons
are therefore warned against
lending money on the same
property. The plot and sale
may be returned to Ermie
Brathwaite, Arthur Seat, St.
Thomas

8.9.51—1n.











BA
| PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten centa per agate line on
and 12 cents
minimum cherge
and $1.80 on Sundays.



NOTICE

This serves to inform the public thay
I will not be responsibie for any debt

Person or
persons whomsoever including my wife |
OLGA DOREEN ASHBY without a writ

| or debts contracted by any

ten order signed by me
SAMUEL V. ASHBY,
Monteith Gardens,
} Barbarees Hill,

| St. Michae!

or
} 14 Swen Street, Bridgetown.

8.9.51—2r

|
|
NOTIC
PARISH OF ST. JOHN

oh from the 10th to 29th Septembe,
| 1951,

= the office of the Parochial Taylor, Cleverson Clarke, Edward Hunte
‘Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays ‘ee . Barbara Hunte, Clennell Wickham, Clin
j only. ar oe ohh ton Nurse, Florence Harris, Richard
j R. S. FRASER, L Wharton, MH Wharton, W Bennett,| “em. Barbara Marsh, Eva Henry
Parochial Treasurer, [1 — Rovkeliffe, M_ Jones, E. Reece, A, ENCES Sor Somalis
St.John. / Feliu: M Feliu, T. Hawkins, | Burke,| Brenda Eeel, Bryan Seel
8.9.51—6n.|M_ Skipper, B Stunyogh, L Williams. For Porto Rico
} — H_ Hammond, F. Brady, R Legge, D Charles Phillips, Doris Phillips, Ed
NOTICE Allcroft, J. Alleroft: G. Bourne, C. Bay-| und Taylor, Cleverson Clarke, Edward
RE-ESTATE OF FREDERICK ADOL-| fe uc. ceee SF J. Saint. H. Curtis,| Hunte, Barbara Munte, Clennell Wick-
PHUS CAREW deceased. Morris, B Reekie, J Reekie, K.| ham, nton urse, Florence Harris,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al) | B@ekie. A_ Reekie, A. Walters, K. Hog- Richard Allen, Barbara Marsh, Eva
persons having any debt or claims upon ve. a ay . # Francis, V. Mati. | Hendy For St. Luet
or affeciimg the estate of Frederick Hose! ty, SR Ss en ey Hon. Bertie Easter, H 1E ster, Ch |
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in n ertie Easter, Hazel Easter, Cleo-

the parish of Saint Michael who died in

‘
this ~ er Evelyn Laurie, Billy Gitkes, Gerrard | Budoxie,Angela Eudoxie, Alvinah Charles,
| i951 —— hereby required “to sendin | Semean. Michael Douglas Guy Purehas, Frank Scherzer, Christine
particulars of their claims duly attested From St. Lucia Baptiste

tion.

And all persons indebted to the said |

estate are requested to settle
eccounts without delay
Dated this 10th. day of August 1951
JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor,
Adolphus Carew, deceased.
11.8.51—4n

Protest Over
G.A.T.T. In
B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 7,
The Georgetown Chamber of
Commerce to-day passed a resolu-
tion to be forwarded to the Gov-
ernment protesting against the
effect of the interpretation placed
on G.A.T.T. in relation to imperial
preference, asking remedial action
following a letter received from
the Trinidad Chamber.

President John DeAguiar, C.B.E.
in moving the resolution said “no

their



letter we can write Government on
the subject can be too strong.

Here in this colony we are grant-
ing all empire countries the same

tariff as granted the U.K., yet we

do not seem to get reciprocal treat-

ment on our goods.”







aching back. Often th

the

to blame, your kidneys,
with the liver, must filter out im-
purities from the bloodstream.
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it if all owners of Trees,
which are over-hanging
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HARBOUR LOG
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From St Vineent
Charlies Lawson, Keith Frost, Gertrude
Saunders
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| office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West |
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Assistant Secretary (Statistician) |
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Candidates for this post should possess a recognised
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Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom |
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Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility |
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a representation allowance of £500. |

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possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-
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commerce,
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if no suitable applications are received. Salaries of the posts will be.
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in servicing radio-telephone transmitters and men holding
licenses to ride or drive motor vehicles are especially required

2. The pay of a Constable on joining is $52.00 a month
rising by annual increments of $48.00 to $80.00 per month,
plus $2.00 a month washing allowance. After 4 years’ service
he is eligible for a marriage allowance to a maximum of $7.20
per month. The minimum pay of Non-Commissioned Rank is
Corporal $80.00, Sergeant $92.00, Station Sergeant $100.00
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Kidney Trouble Causes
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PAGI

England's

Eleven Boys Selected
To kace Internationals

By DESMOND HACKETT
LONDON,

EIGHT



Maybe names like Castle, Deeley, or Robson do not
mean a thing in your eager Soccer lives, but remember
thes names because here are the up-and-coming boys you



» hearing about before the new season fades out in the

Mav days of 1952.
aiuly over tneir brignt promise,

I'dad Gets 6 Race
ana it you want an Bugsaua team
Horses Froni U K or -youugsters which would giv

sduenat a suff run

fngse are the who have
Mahagers cruvsing eluiusi-

boys
dite Kain has consideravly interfer-

ed with this series of games and
in the senior Division there will
be a struggle only for first innings
lead at least in one case.

side Of these the most interesting







From Our ¢ r PORT-OF -SE Al N, Sept. 7 aud here it is (reading from goal to where the traditional rivals,
Six horses 1.s.de left) Spartan and Empire are playing
have i r inidad from Name Club age In this fixture Spartan made 75
the United Kir Two of them, Ren Keynolds (Spurs) 23 in their first innings, and Empire
Galera. i inre year old and Swan Earl (Portsmouth) 22 are now 40 for the loss of two
Golc i \ two year old filly seith Savin (Derby County) 21 Wickets
oo consigned to Mr. de Pass Norman Deeey (Wolves) 17 : See
tiainer for Mr. de Nobriga, They Brian Farley (Spurs) 23 Combermere seems in danger of
will be seen for the first time in Goin Walker (Derby County) 22 — Re: fe. Ber. Hens =
t > > . re t » ha s es & > : 1e P «
TT c Ae ae oe antite Bems mob. Ayres (Ch xiton Asn.) 9 ‘(for 4 wkts.) 36 Wanderers (for
Harry Kirtley Sunderland) 7

Another tine 7 wkts.) 152

— de

locking filly which

Cliff Helton (Arsenal)

wmrennvw-





sh > ready als - Decem- -

one Mr O gdeaeaes gine Bobbie Robson (Fulham) ) At Black Rock, Carlton are in

Persian Maiden, a vear-olq Peres Castle (Spur ) 29 a strong position against Y.M.P.C.

brown English filly Take 20-year-old Castle, sig- Scores are Carlton 129; and (for

™ nalled into action during the ‘Spurs 7 wkts. dec.) 151; Y.M.P.C. 71,

Di Cyril Gittens lates s trial. He fitted so smoothly into the and (for 3 wkts. ) 16.

Lesari three-year-old En glish ‘Spurs way of footbail that team Police and College are playing

bay filly. She will be trained by chief Arthur Rowe rates him at the College The first innings

MV Joe Herera. She is reported among his best-ever finds. nas been concluded in each case.

tk have six starts in England, Wolves are quite convinced that Police 80; College 136

ylacing once 1e¢ other two that 18-year-old Norman Deeley is th¢ pes

arrived e for Mr. Leo Williams second Billy Wright 1S

ind Dr. Dottin respectively. They He has come up on the Bill Ca

are stabled at Arima, Wright plan— from international 30 mph r

chools Soccer by way of the colt

Warm-Up—Then
Came Flood

team up to the second eleven. And
like Wright, he has captained the






‘ hree junior teams,
nici Irge ,

«awe by Cummings Attacking Urge iy. From Lieut.-Coionel A. T. Goldie

Derby's Colin Walker, a half- GasdenerSalt Lake. (Utah)
ANYTHING You CAN 00 back with an attacking urge, gets AM coming home a dis-
‘ an early chance in place of injured appointed man, I din’t get a crack
| CAN D0 BETTER team captain Walter Musson .. at the short distance records after
ee Walker has the ability to turn changing engines in my _ all-

this spare time chance into a tull- British M.G. “Magic Midget” ¢

lime occupation [It was rather frustrating the
Spurs will also have one of their paq weather and the obsolete

starlets on the opening League
parade when Brian Farley steps up
for his first big chance to replace

timing equipment used by the
American Automobile Association
Nobody could do anything about

injured centre half Harry Clerke. the cloudburst that flooded the
Farley came along to’Spurs with course, But the A.A.A. could have
manager Arthur Rowe when he had better apparatus than their

Too
the Rowe

thinly insulated wire
instruments blow out
After my successful runs on
bustling Monday (when he broke 16
1 ten-game and a records) I was hoping to better
son—get- the times,
for- But up to Friday
tar Uming equipment
repaired.

At 2.30 p.m. I

moved in from Chelmsford.
“00d to leave behind was
reckoning.
Count on
Ciiff Holton
five-goal man last se
ting an early run at centre
vard, Holton was rated the
forward in trials
Down Fulham way the boy they

which let the
Arsenal's
morning the

was still not

started a 14-

lile run to warm the car up
vote most likely to make good i ou: . : : ; :
inside left Bobbie Robson from th But almost immediately the
North=Bast. Having seen this: lee rains came and flooded the
° ee ‘ , sit J track,

gy, thoughtful lad in
vote voes the same way
Insistent Claim

And from the North-East comes
in insistent claim for Harry Kirt-
ley, who in his off-Soccer moments
is an apprentice pit engineer,

He was enough to keep
Ivan Broadis out of a place at the
end of last season. This same
Broadis cost Sunderland around
£20,000. That is how good is this
Kirtley boy.

Jimmy Seed took a swift gl:
at 19-year-old Bob Ayres

lance
and rr s
signed him on the spot, Outside- What Ss On
right Ayres from Chippenhem get nn
this ranking from canny Seed—a loday
wonderful prospect > .
Young goalkeepers of top Police Courts 10.00 a. m.

action, oul
py yraye I am sure I could have got ove

bn miles an hour out of the car.

Despite the awful conditions I was
doing 150 while warming her up,
and I had to hold her back.

We are packing up to return
aboard the Queen Elizabeth on
Wednesday. The car goes to San
Francisco for show, and will not
be home till late in the year

World copyricht
—L.E.S.

vood



grade promise are rare, Meeting of the tousing
are thankful to have Board 10.00 a.m,
nolds around. Third Day's play of the
He was needed during the Co- Fourth Series of First Di-
penhagen trip when Ted Ditch- vision and Intermediate
burn was hurt. Cricket games ang Second
slim man Day of the Sixth Series of
vinner Second Division games at
the various grounds:—
First Division: Wanderers vs.
Combermere at Bay
Spartan vs Empire at
Park, Carlton vs. Y.M.P.C.,
at Carlton and College vs.
Wey yp . Police at College.
dad Women’s Intermediate Division: Pick-
wick vs. Wanderers at
Club Lose At Oval, Empire vs. Spartan
f at Bank Hall, Regiment

, vs. Cable & Wireless at
Hockey Garrison and Windward

vs. Mental at Congo Road
Second Division: Y.M.P.C, vs.
Police at Beckles Road.
Foundation vs. Empire at
Foundation, Leeward ys.
Lodge at Foster's, Central vs.
Wanderers at Vaucluse and
Combermere vs. Pickwick
at Combermere.
CINEMAS
GLOBE—"The Great
5.00 & 8.15 p.m.
EMPIRE—"Valentino”
8.30 p.m
PLAZA
morrow
ickets va pm
tickets are PLAZA (Oistins)—They Made Mo
A Criminal"—5 & 8.30 p.m
AQUATIC—"The Mudlark”
a) pom

so ‘Spurs
Ron Rey-

This slick-moving,
became No. 1 cheer-

Follow these names anq you'll
add to the sweetest music
baler

a foot-
can hear—the cheers of an

dmiring crowd.



From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7.
Trinidad women’s hockey team
were beaten 1—0 in their opening
match in B.G,, by the Georgetown
Club, The home team had five
intercolonials in their line-up, so
the Trinidad players did well to
hold them.down to a single goal
first match in B.G

in their : j
aruso



— 445 and

SERIES

Already Series
being sold for the
ing of the B.T.C

The Secretary of the B.T.C. said
that

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World Trip

ALDERSHOT.

Three young Britons wiwa “a
few shillings” petween them have
given up their jobs and twe
years of their lives to work their
way round the world.

Geoffrey Jones, 23, of Gosforth
Newcastle-on- Tyne, has ceased to
be an assistant cimema manager
at Farnborough, Hants; Sonny
Douglas, 22, a salesman, of Dart-
mouth Road, Hendon, and Don
Malbon, 20, a car hirer, of
Gharlesfield Road, Rugby.

Travel log

Next Saturday they leave from
Victoria on the first stage to
Calais—by paying their fares,

From then on luxury is out,

They may become farm hands,
cafe helpers, lumberjacks, lorry-
drivers, sailors—anything to «pay
their way along the projected
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North Africa, and down to South
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Sunday 9th Sept. 8.30 p.m.

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FROM CODRINGTON
Rainfall: .01 inches.
Total Rainfall for month to
date: 3.60 inches,

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Highest Temperature: 85.5° F.

Lowest Temperature: 73.5° F.

Wind Velocity: 7 miles per

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Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.916,
(3 p.m.) 29.841.

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SATIRDAY. SKI'TKMBKK 8. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS P,m,< SALES !"!" OTiaKs HARBOUR LOG %  %  %  %  ^ Pss^^^t&PSXK^s^ ^,1. *., PAGI -I .1 N For Birth! U.i TtBp a* Ea.#ageTr,eri i Car* calling in Mty nuaabar of word Thp eharge lor announcement* % %  MM Daetha. A..I L rpgemrr.U. and 'n MimocUm notun li w an eek-*t. lUMiw Suada' i- say numdft oC warda utitKiM I C*BU i*r < %  en MiU*< an** rm< per >ord m s,ridava for -*h addlUo—i *M, FR SALS "'• %  eraaraa weak a a-at, M as emit IH^MM 14 vofii i^ m a*. mo-aa i ccnii a worn iri^i g raw a %  SBAL ESTAT* XOTICF Al TOMOTIVK IUKK IAIX PLANTATION *t Offer. ip to September IK" S t II -*n THANKS I 1 M-l -The lllOM Who l.il*|tt &eg to I uinv nB> theU'.m or tMir ih La.Ygrde. fo fell UIM >b n mb DoofU*. Inc. Bin toy rarde laoa*. r. Owend-llna King. Mr* Aaetki Morn. Mi. In* Yard* -daugttier. a t M-ln IN MEMOKIAM Last in sigh) of horn* where •llt'i laet farewell Mill itnju* dear: And thai aadda |W .1 parting brind Is nlnd the falling Mat. ei ui Be ifmnabrnul kv O-trar native Huaband. and familv I • 11 In MkATMWAITft. In Jaaae. Bdw Ipvlag I of September tttS The MIM of death Bra pa*t Labaur aivg .erro. caaee And Ufa-, long warfare rloaad al laai tU. .*U i. round In peace '.ratine ...do.. Gouibou/n, Laurar.r, Ulead. Elrir .aona.. Clarice .danahter' • • SIIn Sampi I • II Till M WIN JIM ,.,„ tUfMbuilt oi atone During anal and hfM dining open II randan otn. 1 bedroom*. T.ifcai an.' — i -< %  mu-hen and aunda on i, i an atti %  D"A*C\ A SCOTT Magaiine Lane V ASHBY iteith Garden.. Barbara*. Hill. St. UtfhMi T hi Uanam at V D—... ... L-dia AaNaa a. I Freak" i S* tVOria.-. Sah Hnaaren* frfi iM Eraitn Sen MarMn Bell. M V C I M Tannti. m t WhitMher "" U > %  Ui t.-M nai cari m, Iron ftl Ltiela '-.i.aota* Condrattor. LM toga Pr*riaa>. *** ion> rtm Hah.ma. %  IgrABTI %  ,DUI 37U Apply Harold Wrall.rinead c haaMierhe-d UoUard. .fl S IMMEDIATE d*livrr> Mgnta allnoi Dno. ^aioor,, ,„ B l*k. !*. Q,... NOTICE II L-M or T JOHN " "-'•* * alh a-ptandx dergned *ir. o(T (, Sato a "-'--** !" f* * "^ / %  roch., FHda ? Ttucaa wHh FORT HUYAI (IAJIAGB LTD. TrlepnaMM *aaa %  v 31-In L. I. ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL Sad! Seplen-ber lgM Aatoep in Jean* bin From which ahe will ( %  OVERNMINT NOTM'FS TYIX-WHITM B AH -i.e.! ,..-,... il*o large. M*U aaeortd hand machii lll'.AnfalAUa, COMPANY 1 f Si Tba public High ntreei. Bi:dgn..w< lb* lt> gay of Sepu-mbet. P -i The two-atoned DwelllngbouM fenowr U -CONlSTOt* with ".a land u hereo %  *•* %  %  • nanda and rhetrto belonging (• %  lair.ing by admaaauremant t.I. %  guarfeet or thgreaboiila. alliuKe al Igth AvenuK Brllevil •. St Mlrhael laapectlon bv appoint men l w|lh Mr* Toppin. Sth Avenua. Dial 17Jg. I m fiirthrr partlrulara and (ondllkkH i r aato. apply *: — COTTLX. CATTOBD A CO j S1 M.K D "* %  undrraigTied will offer lor Hale a j public competition at Iheu Ofnce. Ho 117. High |-et. BndgW'.-ia On I nda> itfw Hth day of flepfember, IM1. at > %  ( %  m. TMF. COTTAGE GHT SHOP, atandin* 1 OP ft OH aquare feet of land, adjoining f*a Barbado* Aqualac Club. toa*Ur -Mb th* Goodwill and Aaaeta of that carried on under lha Ta.-orao Star. i.H* lort> net Ha .t.i ..laror TrimJad <*r Cloudia g. M torn Cap' L*wa>. loi Bntiih iluiana SEAWELL vut Hi B M •'• T'liUdad an H Wharm.. • 1 %  annalt. Ileeca. A I Burke. NoncT -rTTr or rUHiKk noi-' PHI* < IKIH *: %  %-,4 NOTICE W HEKEBV GIVEN that an raagi -t. YiaaaM ChartoLa P -i-i,, Capt Ivan Be..-. Dot Capi Far A alto M %  nei William*, (iwendnbn Peter. %  l*aa. the -i. %  n Monday*. Wednoabatwaon the houra ol m application on tiao MJSCELLANI-OL'S UA.YIEKA Kodak one hundred dollara C iv Pharmgcy. A, Aa Haw. price Pttt. K -1,-1. Lid II B51T r N H'l-IJIH UKUMOaV-Naw abjpment, all mudFuUar Bruabaa ijlga Ladle* lirtoUeturnfaa. Oanl %  Brlatlecoeiba. Too in t.iii.nei. DaaaM Plate Bruabaa. Coaap.. limabaa. Bath Bruahag, C*mb CU-nera. atanlcuro Bruatiea Powpai Bruahaa. Ploor goruBo. Flbta BaTavl llru.haa. and MB0 .War. M P CIIERSMAN Al CO. UT Middit Ptra.t Dtttrtbutoi* Hi-l Bgj above name MB] tCTKtl I dau*. and Pilda I and 4 o m | gremiae* For further partkrulara. and condlllona of tato. apply lo .— lOtTI*. CATTOBD \ Co 11 I H-IJn UAHHI %  %  ll.Lfc--Tr.a. .,', pgff oU i '"' hich goMajru all trae nacab aary oor. .enlenca*. vundlng on 1/t ol load. Thu i> %  aubatanlul uivaaantii| ONE PXOPEKTY Bi Tueedaidr Maad with *hop Tin* la a very good inONE PROPERTY'-Chattel Rouae. with two roola. kitchen etc SUruUnp* on SSO aqr ft of land And many otttgr %  Adolpnu. Caraw lata of Faiafballe . | lr pari.h of etalnt Mlrhaal who d'ed in ,IM* lalarul on the lat day of Mar.). Itfll atg hereby rrUiured to -end In fuirtirutara of then clgfgaj dul 11111111 Itna U ndera*a?i.ed W t*n ..t D Lee *ir)epp|. SaUcitor. II Jamea Wree* ii' ...ea-town. ggt og before Uir IMh da* iiv utter IBtl after wbkrh date 1 .hi.: I lly ag which I ahall than bave h-.l llca. and that I ahall apt be liabi. i -aaaU ao duNnbuiod lo any pataon uhoar debt or (Uim I ahall not ha*, id nolle* at the time of nich dialnbu gj AiuJ all aaeaen. indebted u. the aabf l.le arp rPqueatad lo aa-tt then CgaatBB without delay Datgb ir.ia iwin da> or Auguii iff) JOHN CRlTCtKl^tW BAHKUt g ttoU Euoutor. Eaiula of Prade.ic. Adolphua Carew. *c*. iv-na Fhllllp I %  ..:-n Clarke. ..l, .. H-rliara Hunlr. Cle.nall VhrKJ ion Nutaa. Fli.rrn.e Han •.Iton. Barbara Marah. r>a Hemlateaaoii far laraalea Hrenda Beet Br< an Heel F.r P..i. Rlea Char ax Phillip.. Dona nuin,*, s,| imiRBl Ta>loi. Ctovor.on Clart ll-nte Baibara Hunta CkH nam Cllnlcn Nut PpJ %  Rg RH-hard Allen. Barbara Mai.h E' a Hendv l.r ttt. l..w r.-ier JCSi ra-ter. cieoaalra W.ld,., Shulei luffcuikl Pei.r bi.it.ivie.Aiurrls Eudoaie. Al> inai I'luil. Guv Puirbaa. Frank *lrneri. Bapll.te latraaall far M.innnmAndre Bol.m lntiBa.lt l.r QtBaftokjBfM Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights %  vnuanaaa, flarbachr l 4( | > aliig Hw-\I erg* and f—l old bef..r y.. UI ,i tn t.i. %  ri.'Utp a n J place hea ,-y atral 1 r, n l* B r, i h "'? • n ,I*l-'lr purify your hlatod and maintain health .. Hl#> Kia-Hcys Dfbcr.r W.v Many do.for. h* %  inl.-a: leal. r I t rain, e mat a .|nl.h am| atire way ti> -tp the kidney* .•!.-,,„ I ill* prepared pre. '. Ilundtt-wa anU I N Rfmafit—No Pmy TB. very flr-t 't—,.f Cyatoa 'alit %  w..rk • You he I ft youCystex, 'p, K I D N I y s L A 0 D I RHEUMATISM SHIPPING NOTICES De Lagui n. rpagg at :-.i UgfM Aaron. Bay I Uli.m let A-1H. %  %  %  -1 ) %  %  • GOVERNMENT NOTICE ftFPARTTVITWT OF HIGRWAT8 I Iwga^Bp-.? 1 AND TRANSPOBT \ .;. ui. ir. for rU-isi Overwrn, Ormdc I. I llum U K ... THE F.BONY BE/-TV a) COblptUHLOM AGENt-Y Marhill Rtreel Dial IHUI Protest Over ,nd G.A.T.T. In B.G. .THi: OOVKKNMENT8 OF THE BRITISH WEST IMHIS BRITISH I.I I \\ \ AND BRITISH HI.MHIHTh* C.ovcrnnnnls of th* abevenamed Colonlea hv.rrcrntl> pptal'llahfrd a Reflfinil Economic CMUnltfM with hcailquartt-rs In the nfllrr of th* Compttuller fm rwn'pHpimnl ailft WclfatP In UM W. -B* ior.rt a BAWaaUKW B S I BcWiic... "ADVERTISF" Mi ,'\ GAXVA.NIKXD BMamrraWg. t. I. %  an Prica cannit Be boat en mqulr uto Tyr* Co. Phone am • W-II AUCTION A j-plications art Invited for appointments to vacant potts of HE "E The DO*t 18 pensionable With p,r cake Call for them .1 KNltiHTsalary at the rate of $1,200 a ytar LTD g t si--* %  ruing by annual increments of $72 to $1,632 per annum. 2 Thth kilaneai Terana caaty DARCY A COTT Auctioneer S • SI -flu iFYom Our Own Corrcepondem • (IKOHOKTflWN. BO.. Sept 7 The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce to-day passed a resolution to be forwarded to the Government protesting against the effect of the interpretation placed %  on G.A.T.T. in relation to imperial! preference, asking remedial action I following a letter received fruit the Trinidad Clumber. I'M MiU'tn John UeAguiar. C.B.E. in moving the resolution said "no letter we cun write Government on the subject c m be too atrong. Here in this colony we ore granting all empire countries the same tariff as granted the U.K., yet we do not seem to get reciprocal treataaerit on our goods LOST ong Bacolite Peep•trlpa nint. real • i. and grown up'-•i.rLucaa Bt SO ll-*r. OAP B COLOONF -We S.II-OI 'UNiMET MAJOR Comtritcttonal Angle mi ken absolutely Bigid Steel PreanrwoiFrom a few packetB of UNrMTT MAJOK you can conatruct Benehea. Storage ritturea Shelving Trollpya. rrame. for Light Bulldlnga. araffbldlng and o•^ee ii..tin eqiiipment Available ft a p Dial 1.IJ rossoa 4BBS SON a CO 4 LTD 1-Tn XMAS anpT* •—. pur Block Parluaai Diichei Ha A SO'. KNIOHT* LTD r t •3 me in and ate h.> belli* York. Sir ctlon lo aelec French adavari clear. SI 3r PABCFX Bmall parcel on night aomewhere In SI Matt Will Sml.r pieaae communirata Agvocate Advertlatng DepI •faafM In Touch with Barbados Coastal Station Cable and Wlreleaa iWeat advtoad thai Ihev can now i wllB the following ahlpa t' Mar tad in Coaat Station — g B Alcoa Pointer. 8 8 Al H 8 Rorruina. 8 8 Otv of cotitoB. a 8 vutoa-p. a 8 S 8 General Sanmarten. S : SB H*ali I 8 Colombia. & s ombla. S 8 Bopobliea De s a.wiiiie armaid. S s Kundalr, S 8 8 8 California, 8 a polk*. S 8 tiibara. 8 8 Itaavart Slag, r CLUTt.N TEJtHACE—To tenant Fiimlahed Houae, OppoalU Yacht and Aqua •Modern convenlenoaa. Appi IVY LODOE—Ky Boud. wllh three i>^room.. toitot and t.alh %  Good place to keep a dairy oi l.uiinru Time lor inapectlon day ta 4 p n. eicapt Suadav. Apply Clark. POSEION COMPENSATION COMMISSION Attention is invited to the coming into force of the Foreign compensation .C^echoslovaKla) (Amendment) Order in Council 1991. (SI IBM No. 1166). This Order adds further Slovak and Crechnslovak Laws and Decrees to the Schedule to the Foreign Compensation (Crechoslovakia) Order in Council 19S0. (S.I. 1950 No. 1191) and amends certain of the Articles of thnt Order laying down the reQuiramenU which persons claiming compaisatiffn : te called upon to satisfy. Persons who consider that they may claim to be entitled to recejve compensation by reason of the Amending Order in Council should write giving their full name and address to the Secretary of the Foreign Compensation Commission. 1. Princes* Gate. S.W.7. forthwith and in any event not later than 30th November. 1951. An Application Form with accompanying instructions will then be forwarded. Persons who have already sub_. "rtgted an application and who i .11fumiahed. a bed. may wish to amend it by reason -:• %  <> of the Amending Order in Council, are at liberty to do so under the Foreign Compensation Commission Rules Approval Ih*1ruroent 1950 Rule 18 (S.I. 1950 No. 2042). The last named instrument as well as all the relevant Orders in Council and every other document relating thereto may be :een on application in The Custodian of Enemy Proper! Buildings. Bridgetown 4.9.51 VERDUNrs-i,..n. Philip—dn Ir. (.' bath and i >llet Kitchen, based yard. Apply Mr tasiM rncr .hop 1 0 SI in Puhln WE ARE BUYERS W* Buy anything coraparlgd wilt STAMPS %  atats, SlnSl* 8Umpa. Collection.. Arcumulataatu aa" Coven, Goatd price. Paid at the CABIBBCAN STAMP HOfllTY 3rd Floor. No 10. Spar St LODGE OF SORROW Court Weartrn Star No MSfl Ancient Order ol For a atari on SUNDAY OUi air'TESSBES 1041 at 111 Upper Itoatuck Straet In ngmprr of tro> lair Bee Lrroy X Worrell Member, of Kindred 5 Lodge, and tne general public X are InvMad. S A and V V U*ed Hymn bonk, -ill be S ftl—tn Many wot—ti ar g •uhjecf to aaak, aching back. Often itiknine, „.. te Mama, for yow kutraaya. aktpg with I ha Ilvor, inuat fiKe>r out io," puriliaa from Iba bluudatreptn. S. if vuu feel t .real wurn-owt. .Iailiy with tho Dagghig p**ln of aa aching hark look to b*h vmir kblnoya aitd Ilvor. Thai's why Cang. dlana havo baon reiving OO Dr. rhaaVa Kuh--vl.iv. r PhTla for ovw hair a century. Oivp your gyatam a diance lo wnrk pronarly. Try I>r. 1 hi—' k-lr-y.lJverlMUa.ottoy. Tho n..n"Dr. rhaaa" b your agtauanoo ) Dr. Chase's KIDNEY-LIVER PIUS mm iNsiiTiTt CLASSES The primary functiui;.( the Coimmttee are to act as a ory -nd consultative body to the participating governments hi .laornu' matters, and to assume executive r.nd financial control ..< British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service in thfj UgtHfad King* do*ii and Canada The Committee now invites applications from suitably quallfletl persons for the following posts: — I. Ereeuluc Secretary to (InReaiunal tttmc —at an annual salary of about .L2 500. Candidates for this post should have a wide Interest in and sound knowledge of West Indian affair-. Tin* ajigul I possess high |u.ilith'atlons and expertencf in pii-ls .if BDIBparable tharacttT, adequate academic quallficatioi^ in <•.-.nomh-s or cornmercs. and have held appointments demanding personal responsibility wus initiative In business and oi government service. Aestsrant Xecrefary (Siaftsnclan) —at an annual salary of about 11.500 Candidates for this post should possess a ncoffUpd qualification In statistics and administrative experience ir. dealing with economic and commercial matters. The Assistant Secretary will be responsible for presenting alah'tin! material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the Cosnrnlttaa and its momWr Trade Commissioner in the 1 "iled Kinadom —at a salary of about L 2.500 per annum plus %  repre-nt:itinn allowance of 11.500 per annum. Candidate* should have wide experience of the Wrt Indies and should have held positions of high responslhlllti in the field of trsde and commerce either in business or govment. They should preferably have experience of dealing with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trude negotiate.n l!rtference will be given to tiindids.es having wide %  with trade and government organlsatii.ns In the United Kingdom. rlatapppflW Trade Commilgioner in Ihr t'nited K; -at an annual salary ,,f About 11,320 in the first place plus a represenLation allowance of £500 The main burden of the day-to-day work of the LeflfpdOfl office will frill on this ..Ulcer. Candidates should therefor. l*rsess a *mirvl knowledge of office oiganlsallon and administrative experience in dealing with mutters of Mdf and c.inmerce (1ENEKAL Tin Committee reserves the right to nil any poet by invitation if no suitable applications are r.. .jve.i Balarlas oa the t .-ta v. ill l in the region ol tho figures slated but OChar terms of service (eg leiiVe. passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined The Committee would he prepmed to give special consideration In I these matters lo ^ppolntges with exceptional uualiflcstlons. The Committee proposes to make these appointments in November. 1951. and applications, containing full details of candidate* education, qualifications and experience, together with supporting documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to resell the Chairman. Regional Economic Committee. Hastlngn House, Barbados, before the 31st ffctober, I9S1 8 9 51--3" ^Mcoa, &"***& VtlKK iNOKIII IttllNI". -ilRVlir • Sept. lOkK MUMP -1.1M1 NKVT t.RLKW I fuat arrlvt CANADIAN KFKVICK 1 ui...' 1. 1 SB "ALCOA PARTNEJl" Auguat ^.i.l An*'. %  t R AUOA t'IKIIUM A..(U*1 Still Angift ITati 8 SI ALCOA PCOABUS BapSarBbai hll Sept.mtay lm Augiwt tntn Sapte.i'ber gtt. aeptrmlyer %  MlklNBOl Ml QAM ITIiAM'S 1 MBBplI Ifli k St I ranee "is it Parl j THeaa e. 1. h.. i,.l ISfPahlatiaR ItOBFRT T1IOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND Ot'I.P RBRVICK APPI.Y:-DA OORea A CO, LTD—CANADIAN HIRVIC1 HARRISON LINE (II TM *HH mini llll I'MTIII KIM.HUM s s HS as V—rnH •TALOMA STAR s< IUILAB" -tKSefmI'lllllKSM w From i.. ator, Lfilk 1 i 1 *. London JOB no: l sin n For Uv*i poo] /..fii..< Dili. Hnrhnil..* IHlli Ati 3rd SBW .".'1. AUH. ITlh Bapl iliilii Aliji 1.11 %  ..pi Mid Bapl SS ss III. Ml IRI. V....-I STUDENT ADViaan hIM.IIIlM CtMM l Hnrbnil." lib Bapl III, Spl • Inj.irm.li.iit i)i|i|s (u . DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-A:nt. IIIV IIMIM IMI'IIKII'M Toll TEMPERED llA i; I mount "WHaiever maket men hoppier makes (hem better." -Goldsmith. Gaa Baakas Ce-sfkat hapeaer and makes her reek better too! MHH I lo (he PARISHIONERS ol ST. MIIHAEI The Vestry Michael will appreciate it ii all owners uf Trees, which are over-hanging Highways, and so shading the rays of Street Lamps, will co-operate by either trimming these trees themselves, or by giving the necessary pt-rmission for them to be trimmed, so that the full benefit of the light can be obtained. JOIN THE BARBADOS POLICE FORCE AN INTERESTINC (AREEK WITH OOOD rftOsPECT'* Men of character and educ.itu %  Eoi BOin this Force Wireless technician With experienre ifing radio-telephone transmitters and men holding to ride ndrive motor veni-les pre especially required f. The pay of a Constable on joining is $52.00 u month ( by annual Hicrernents of S4H 00 to Sao.OO pa> r month. S2.00 a month washing allowance After 4 years' -ervlce i UgJMs for a marriage allowance to a nuiximum r,f $7 20 no:ith The minimum pay of_*.on-(:,mmissioried Hank is: Corporal JftOOO. Serge;nit 592.00, Station Sergeant 1100.00 Promotion is made on merit and depends on the man There is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and It) the Commissioned Rank. Ret, it I re menu for enlistment Height — 5ft. 8 Ins. Cheat — 34 ins. Education not kni than Standard VII. Age — 19 to 25 years. Applicant' rill be seen at District "A" at the following C. REDMAN. Clerk. St Michael's Vestry. Friday, llth September. II a.m. For candidates who have passed the School Certincat'Examination, the Junior Cambridge Examination, or an exam4 similar standard, wireless technicians and licensed riders and drivers. Documentary proof of the above qualllcatlons will lye required September. 10 a.m. Other applicants who full.l the reriuiremen' DO NOT APPLY IN WRITING R. T. MICITEI.IN %  Police Headquarter*. Bridgetown. Blh Se, 0 1 \ tit If. f Iff'Off ff If Corner of llro.nl A Tudnr Street* .'''VArryrt^v,^',',',-/,'-*,'.*.-,-'-'.'*',','-'.'-'-'-'.'.'. ^^Values *a THIS tltlM'll SPUN SHANTUNG 3* H kt in (lrf\ FUHII. lllur. Pink, BlvKf. Black, K.-H—prr vd. He. Piak.tiny, Bmra, Bluo. Win.-, yluslaril. Crejln. nia.k per yd. .11.16 CREPK-DK-CHIM; 10 Beautiful Shades al gi 16 yd sn.iniis NYLONS IMMII.S UK ISSIERES i.iilv liiiirs fur s:: .HI S4.IIII 72. ic. affgag /••// 1iUI.lt \ >ll \ I It SHOPS V/VII HXI.I.KHIMS THE BARGAIN HOUSE •: S. ALTMAN I SWAN STREET.





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PACE FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1M1 BARBADOS &#A0\ (D&TE SuUiriln\. September H. Ml ~TIIE IMAMIIV THE | Chairman of tha Si Ived the question ol > %  Secondary Sd* I I whh *' must be | In the first ploL-e. I be commendable on the pan Hillgnil to I %  modying now existing in the schools, it is no part (ri od that body to supply schools Thi ceclent lui Muh action. The pi' Michael's Girls' School was tb result <ht well lie considered whether a third girls' school should be situated within such close proximity to Queen's and the St. Ml hael'i Girls' School ln this case too, ii might be ol some advantage to establish junior and senior SChooll of to erei t %  school In tome other distnct Whet* it would cater to children in the OUtlylng parishes Thrsare issues which might easily he overlooked by thi snj ofhei body spurred by the best intentions menly because of its lack ol comprehensive '. information as to the overall educational I needs ol the island. And Anally there is the legal ;< ipeel Springfield, now known as the DeaMTJ because it is the residence of the Hector ol St Michael and Dean of St. Michael's Cathedral, was bought and vested m the Rector and his The question BS to whether ii., D> U %  'ho right to give and the V< accept tha property must be settled Brat; ami. seeing that it is not incumbent upon the Vestry to schools it might he well for the initial suggestion It) be submitted to the Govern' or in-Executive Committee before any decision is taken. Even A Persian Honkcy < OK id See What's Uoing To Happen Here PULL up the carpel to Ml on. 11 • Kl \M I II MM \II.AV % %  '">' ... .. n, Ihink it up from the Abdan storage tanks. There is in. paraffin fr lighting %  I "' which " to be imbitler iMar.utac\t*dan. .-, In the %  .-hen i kill me, bin Q hil r up %  %  %  insufficient security in Pei in %  %  ; %  imp ott Into rviln. M^sjjuleg. who % %  does ot •.his pnib%  | i < the eJlfT. in, will !><• I %  Much or Avcri'll Hs %  I i.. Hai rbnaa Than ire ml number ho una> rsti %  %  risibility since the itioti %  about Us heartily KUppori. MoaNi Uonel tr\ %  It knows %  %  %  %  •.MIT I %  i tine would to Ihfl i I Ev-n if lh.il Ibf inedibility, ualeai m • thing quickly, of *. i The Gleam lt in* IIIIK r Hut* 11 lla U ;.n M \K4 II pi hei wits Angto-I MAKfU 111 nian, is % %  Persia votes UUMUOO Britain %  Illegal." ATRIL M: fluawln Ala, Mi %  I. \t •! Bi • 111 apBepti Ui nalfcuUOB.* •i iYt> I iln asks Hague ii M Mi Waurttu* %  of! Abadan. U Ol -I lord Privy Seal, ler i \i <;i vi n Talks break %  W I.I v| !i | % %  ft mug oil Dt Ol the murta play in kevpHIB I itale ol siokr %  %  ..irrleil by cryptleaO) 'The most wc %  > v y i %  '"**•" H N il % % %  can • sped if wt be the AiiRlo,, rit unpopnlor SI poUtli Its first agn-emcnt lasted 28 vears. and was then denounced b> the Persians. Its second lasted 18 years, and wag denounced tbi> i.rnposf.l a third agree"ii ol in whuh the company wouli b involvi I. if under another a am a, which wa* to b* lor 2'years It /ould not be surprisiro. tha • ompany felt there w* to nkins; forward as I-: as that. A.I ir.bn^conaide.ed. would any %  oi be prepared to orT ihrt the Perslaoa would not find %  %  ven yeei 'lie Communists did sot B only way to convince the Pcrslano| their felly is to let them stew In their own Julie for a bit Cash PlsasV til, of tin %  raM to i .i aflablt partneiihls? for Mr. Attlee. nian Oil Company Mossadeg consideretl for %  think M< n i<*t its boymoment uni then muttered wHhOUl U petrol uh laughtOi t| Pmum tun and "Tell him to send us money." — L.I:. s. Afl I final testimony to tin %  iph • I i tten %  SB In dlfflcultku of QM aiUns doctor i Downin g atr— l it is dirfereni quote liarriman. who before hi hare." left for London railed on Moaaadeg trij) (rom Ii H j" Ibk then to come to to say good-bye. i a %  syeainent with Harrtmaii asked the Prime %  iiiitained by (hi % %  ,ih any hope of a Minister if he had any message Siiiehiir lewis Sign* till' In A ; Minor Key woiii.ii NO H mi B) BbMtal I i illeinrniann 249 paxes. B> I.MIKlii: M \l i ul M TIKIMSON tin fealitince D^ovonanta, hev* ended by boring us Hei. brushed by the wings of gteatm — Tii. narrator is sent by the te cra l le a d en of !he Home Front to invi ttieate a leakage of infonnntion ni.ill Norwegian town In an atmosphere-poisoned with faai and suspicion, he nuUtei ttarUlnv . Ilk* John 1^.1i' <" v '' r "' ll'lilenrcich. a l,.l . -un: i.-k BOCS for hi. ilu-,n.hi hu awn WM| ympatliicr. to iin nl. ucuualntanrc of hia from 1hi> urnNOBODY'S DIARY MIIHIJI EBsffoadoa had u nuiuaiui' of .i hurrti rninfj and moat people UvUg along the south and wes: coast will bs able t-> form some idea of the havoc which a hurricane with winds blowing at (our times the velocity of Sunday would do. Monday It fcj IfOOieal that the open.:. the sea-egg season should coincide with high seas with the result that sea egg divers cannot operate. fueda> 0 bare was a hurricane scar-.' today. Unless the Weather Bureau can notify us ol a hurricane before it has passe-i to Ifst, north of the island. there will Ix.little hope of taking protective Mil H Wednesday The visit of Mr. Bernard Brame, M.P, suggests that Members ol Parliament have turned over a new leaf, ln the past they have only seen lit to visit us when there was upheavals oi Nature, political disturbances, labour troubles or trade difficulties. It is to be hoped that other Members of Parliament and high officials in the Government and the Services will make it a point to come and see how we live normally; then perhaps we will no longer lind army officials issuing railway tickets from Jamaica to Barbados and I of London papers expecting their correspondents to take a morning stroll from Barbados to Jamaica to get a story of the protective measures taken after the hurricane. And flniUy the rank and tile in England ma) begin l< discover that Barbadoa la not near Bombay and that the West Indies are not on the West of India. Thursday I am delighted to learn thai I proposal put forward by the Advocate sometime ago tor the routing of 'buses % %  : .. ,-, .1 The object of the routing and stagger-j Ulg nl the arrival of 'Imses in Bridgetown is 10 relieve the congestion that takes place daily. Il IS proposed that suburban 'buses should have termini outside the city and should pass through the city instead of making Bridgetown a parking site for Imses Friday I have been ill on several occasions but this IS ihe iirst time that I have taken to wearing dark shades. It is surprising to tind what dividends dark shades pay and what good contacts one! can make from behind dark lenses. Inj future I shall never be without my dark! shades. i it. it \ ys in in \ TIOX A book that remains shut is but a block —Proverb. .Uh l"]|i. LudMlrk llrini-iHaiin. 10s. [Wt-growlj N.wlid. (Id. 2HS pairs. Colorado, :l> WMLN u bnUU.nl urn i ,r Hi • In tin.quiet public n-liuol, it is n tun asuumpWILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to PITCHER & CO. 4472 & 4687 — BFXKWITH STORES J THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER"A RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOR MOWKR (with motor) $28024 P — *"* ^ 18" GAZELLE (with motor) 14" TIGER PUSH SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE 250.011 %  tu n ba A i snea %  ( tha rlnn rum;; he know <>* n \ uknt. iirilllial Irounclnu on the whole tri scene ol Tl What of NtpUuie, cornel well out of the ntii %  i v.'iMlv. Ilt'lilomi-U'h's Waft is 111 Birl he had IOVP.1 and I :i student. nnd Held'tiri'irti> fanatkel leadi-r of the Nsai parly In the town. 1* In f.nt hison. whose mlitanos he h;s nsvsi a susported CO-OPERATIOK THE people ol Antigua have i nislied other peoples In the West Indies with ai. example whkfa might followed with advantage. Th*j ire no* showing that flenient of in operation which pays dividends. Only a tew weeks I M that I land was torn hv Industrial -:iifwhich thi to do great harn I Uv economy ol ths island The-: Utshing wjitiiv.: %  i hi eauss walei brent worki ipi and Hi"' % %  ships between eni]>l jrefl ivere moat unsatisfactory Today there li .t thai. %  %  ins, and the entue community stands %  Lodwkk ixiiiKH t iiitUm %  it ul.irU fin f mankind Nor is lie ono To tl Brim mflodrani.i Mmuuthed wnfers briniw uneasy Inshtht m motive Vtther to ignore tho ironic writing; humour; nbove nil. •i hint at it Each page a personal lyrlcisn Best novel thif. ,, -'' U top BO invlslweek; mi outstanding novel MN -' blc warning "For Men Only". week. fi>T the |i Weh. %  Self% %  I.,, tloti i ImlnUs ild for sake, on whom Lodwiek T,u WF.ST %  is the first un ,. yj^. lnc | Ud( mi "' ,l; w. kiu l-.y named [ n [ 8 Don Carlos, affable HAMILTON hu his BUI wibaglm,. ji >''"' "*ul ubout how lo U-U %  story—and hu ,, rnomentarlly overturned own dCM „, v hat iXory x „ Ml %  o) Thia prince, who Hia method i UK Hamilton (nn.UNf. pssea B> Patrick US, fid. 3(1* %  ... ,,,i panu n ai. a hum('"'misl. ravourabl) %  i %  %  %  to to | educated at Dartfashlonfxi He lands a little apart f escaping rim bu( unshiokable .whispering 1 i?!H* "'""l 1 *. h C m %  ' *hr reader Im little asi high reputation as a hl lorn ,, slo „ and „ u a noi rid story—unfeids: "Much Carnell who steals m y dislike the *haraeter of Corse : %  comrades, H must be conceded that he I ... .. .< i .. B win ni.. vsiriCAa .HI! L \ ...^^ .^^ ^ %  ^.. 1 (ctolnl IlKuro things thorougl ly." %  > in. importuiiMs Ui Ml -IK-I lo Un ctufhl .vilh IH,. slolci %  in. hand! Il.ij.liii iir wiih K.I:.'. %  un I %  "la. md: .li'.i lo wit %  LiuiiliV UKI%  rould be • .till • h. In. „t a llnl. IM il be uld at %  Lit What Gorc .lid was to .ssvinoU .. poor young girl out of her life ;',„.„; laving.. Bui Corw. It Is plain will not remain on this lowly rung of the ladder. He has a fului. '.•"L? ."j£Srl!. 0 '2. K one day hU pMw.pl. -Ul .,.pear in all the •ewspapers as the Man wilh the Hypnotic Eyes Hamilton deals evrrely with such •ensationalism: "Gonfe had no hypnotic quality, all he did nw to use common *ense and take the alerit) of talent to • toT MIIIIMi \i int. MII.ISKIM: %  ] Sivurd Hurl. Seeker and Ware er g. Ua, fid. v-i pages. I "I'NTLESS novels, swkmg lo exptoll %  in-half of greatest pains.'' A tale Ol criete and moral lur pjtuda ,iv it m ght Utold >• %  OUcttOr*! rlerk. a method with I tang of its own. World (optHtht Reserved Ui? a Our ICI.MGI i s S; / nfrii'ii\ College Damage bave i eeri received %  i net of the tclegr.'otv fi I i hlch Mr. %  of the 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  • .ill right. %  house undi Ul rai) 'lii' 1">.'K' %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I...-. %  %  the Junior Common ROOR) with such underu Then piano, Barbadian it present on mi iport' live I \ organising a k in K good this held Wed w;il to grntefully reI. Iii.en prekeep mute resiwctlng %  %  %  %  "' % %  truction In the %  % %  ku *">ds grow.' road: although the road la constructed on Mr. Adam tarred *yti m. The same road parses through %  lavated lands and contains no retaining walls. The earth from the lands at th* sides of the road, is washed on the road b v the rains. and It stays there and creates pot-holes which are vt dangerous. Secondly, the road heads to Flying Fish comer at String Farm constructed vvlthout the least thmiKht of making means to eouvOy the rain water from the I catch pit or an appropriate place. Thi* water during rainy %  saaoni ihrei a do uneaslne*s to those who liva at Flying Fish C'unier ,md further down the I dlagon-i 11v about SOft In length, and Bi Ihe edge of the Juno tion and :.md post. lo. It eRl lion and the road. I do hc/je that this of thoae in auod that thev will make lie the situation. JOHN HAYWOOD Sprins Farm. ihe Man Who Walked In At Bosh-Hash Talks IRIEF CASB WAS HIS ONLY, 'PASSPORT NEW YORK. A NKW YOHK husinesH man who innocenll> walked into a luisli-huHh atomic h";irinii he lore senators is carrying in his. head some of America's biugest secrets. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, after assuring itself of his loyalty in a three-hour questioning, is withholding his identity. But "Mr. X" has been warned: "Forget what you heard." "Mr. X" is more puzzled than amused ai the lack of security precautions which lei him into tins secret meeting in the Senate of the Appropriations sub-committee on Armed Sorviivs. His only lickcl of :nlinission was an inno cent-looking brief case. THE UFUl' Air Force Brigadier-General H. A Shapard spoke In detail ;it ihe meeting aboui Anu'ina's Ripply ol atom bombs, and how they would be handed over to the air force if war broke out When he had flnJshed, oonualttaSj chairman' Senator Joseph O'Mahoney turned lo the| elderly civilian sitting near by and said :— "I believe you are the air force's civilian, expert in this Held We are ready to hear' from you General Shepard interrupted to say: "W. didn't brim; a civilian expert." %  WHO ABE YOU?* O'Mahoney. patiently: "I'm referr:i the gentleman ittttng near you." The general (not so patiently); "1 know that, sir, but he*i not In our group OVahonej (even lass patiently, and staring at the man): "Then who are you with %  *" The civilian, calmly: "I'm with a New York O'Mahoney looked startled, and asked: : "Mow dul you i And this was the explanation the stranger offered :— JUST WALUD IN "I just walked In, The door was open. "1 thought il was an open meeting. N'oLody asked me any questions and nobody said I could not come in W\ O'Mahoney whispered k : "Call the F.1*1 Footnotr ; Tnen II .i new regulation No strangers must %  —LEI DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 FOR THAT TRIP NORTH YOU NEED ONE OF OUR GABERDINE RAINCOATS SINGLE MBAOTBD BIsVMD STYLE AND KAGLAN SLEEVES — ALSO — CAMEL IIAIK AM) \VL MIXTURE OVERCOATS lUUrH THL Ml IN TIIEIK 0L4M FOR Ql'ALITy AND VALl'E com i4A see we vomaas. II1IOSIV %£ CO. LTD DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT u %  Thv I'iitvsi tor I br if/hi II .'/. -4-lltl Tmm II ED HOSE UPTONS CHOYCE Til's MYNA HOHNIMANS IXX>SE TEA CMIn EMPIRE JAMAICA UPTON RED WHITE A BLUE MAXWELL HOUSE NB8CAFI llt-inz S 1.11 /is CHICKEN OLE ASPARAGUS TOMATO VEOETABLE Fur 1ml.mil-. VIENNA SAUSAGES SARDINES ANCHOVIES %  KINKS CHEESE BISCUITS JACK STRAWS < iimii-tl r'tHtds LUNCHEON MEAT SALMON PILCHARDS I.IBBYS VEGETABLES SPAGHETTI & CHEESt: FRUIT SALAD APRICOT NECTAR (.(II.r> BRAID RUM I'll,.a. 1,inlihirilx i-iirl /-/






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ESTABLISHED 1895

U.K. PREPARED TO
USE FORCE TO |
DEFEND OILME!

LONDON, Sept. 7. -

BRITAIN tightened Ler emergency preparations
in Abadan and appeared determined to use
force if any attempt is made by the Iranian Gov-
ernment to throw British oil men out of the refinery.
Foreign Office officials stated Britain stands deter-
minedly by its decisicn to hold on to Abadan—the
world’s largest refiner ;—and to protect its person-

nel against any interference.

The Anglo-Iranian oil conflic
moved rapidly towards a nev
climax following Britain’s de-
cision last night to break off com-
pletely negotiations with Prem i>
Mohamed Mossadegh’s Cabinet.





Barbadian |
Agriculture |
Impressive |

Mr, Bernard Braine, M.P.
the Advocate yesterday that he w
deeply impressed by the way in
which every inch of the island i
cultivated and the skill and
efficiency of Barbadian agricul-
ture

Mr. Braine, who has come ou‘
to the West Indies to see some o

| King George Visits
| Highland Meeting







Officials made it clear Government | BRAEMAR, Scotland Sept. 7. the problems and difficultie
would not negotiate as long as! The King due in London on which beset them vas already
Mossadegh heads the Iranian Gov-| Saturday for a medical check up,}V!Sited Trinidad. He leaves Bar
ernment. on Thursday visited a Highland} bados to-day for British Guiana
Prime Minister Clement Attlee | gathering here, where kilted ath- “Barbados obviously owes
will call an emergency meeting to |letes annually compete in tradi-| great deal to the work of er
review the situation in the event | tional Scottish games. Thousands] tists who ha ’ red tl
of any fresh developments in Iran cheered him as he drove up ac-]| quality and yield of cane.” he said

talks |COMpanied by the Queen, Princess
in a |Margaret, and other members of

meeting between Attlee and For- {the Royal Family. The King, who |

A decision to break off

- i Oha~srnte:
with Mossadegh was taken English Ch eter





; : Ae complained of a chill, after a day's! “The English character of
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison grouse shooting last week was|bados strikes the vis tor at
shortly before the latter’s depir-|virited by doctors on Sunday.} The neatness of the country



ture for San Francisco.—U.P ; They flew from London to see him] jn many places are like our co











lat Balmoral, his vacation hore, in| try lanes. Indeea, standing over-
; he a Soe, Their | jooking the sea by St. Jonn
° . Ys visit was described as routine. | Gudrc tat ARGMEBD . was tovalt
Indonesia Will Sign | a =<) | over a poruon of Wwe ¢
: “ javorin Cuorftwall.”
Jap Peace Treaty | Ji Will Leas 1 have visited among cther
* x } apan 1 e | places, ine pare prigaae, a num
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept. ty | s jber of the sugar factories as
The Indonesian cabinet an- | Air Bases To U.S. | well as the factory at Lancaste
nounced to-day that it had de-| ; ;where I was shuwn around by
cided to sign the Japanese Pe Tt By RUTHERFORD POATS | Mr. Ben Moore and saw earthen-
Treaty at the San Francisco con- | SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7, ‘ware of very excellent quality
ference. The cabinet To | Japan will lease ten air bases)peing made there
made at a two and a half hour|to the United States and allow it| “I alsa had a look at housing
meeting, followed the recom-'!to retain naval bases at Yokospka} oq nyo doubt, considerable in
mendation made yesterday by the |and Sasebo under a U.S, Japanese!“ Prva) ala .
tate f : | ; : provements could be made, but
Legislative Council of the Moslem,!defence alliance to be signed | have seen f worst elsewher
the ‘“Masjumi” Party, the coun- shortly it was learned reliably |) it. me ie i fait es o “ia
try’s largest, that the treaty be Friday. Rn isle. 2M Pey ler petal ge
signed. Information Minist 2: Both American and Japanese | at a high proportion of thi

Arnold Mononutu in announcing

officials reiterated their determina-| uses are owned by their occu-
the decision said that the Foreign

tion to sign the pact in San Fran- piers.





Minister, Subardjo, who heads the | cisco within two days or less after; “1 was surprised however to
Indonesian delegation at San/j|the signing of the Japanese peace |S°¢ that much of the wood seem-
Francisco would be advised atj|treaty. Premier Shigeru Yoshida|@d to be decaying for lack of a
once. will sign for Japan, coat of paint, Barbados coul
—U.P. American officials said the\be made still more attractive if

exact time and place of the,its houses could be painted in!

signing ceremony has not been! gay colours.” \




fixed but said there was no basis Asked his opinion about. fe:

HON. ALBERT GOMES TO

for reports published in Japan/ation, Mr. Braine said: “
HEAD W.I. DELEGATION that signing had been postponed|future capacity of any West
and planned for Tokyo.—U.P. Indian colony to provide a reas-
(From Our Own Correspondent) onable standard of living for ii

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7. U.S. SOLDIER SHOT





















jing flames. hundreds of feet into







HIS EXCELLENCY the
Geoffrey Rudder

(right) looks on

Story on

from All Quarters:

Clerk Kills
Chief

It uiet, dignified atmosphere
f the eit sscretariat ud
tattered when ollice workeP



upefied as a 20-yeai



clerk



ten t ran amok ary
bed h chief to death and
liy wou a supervisor

t Mohamed Isa

ha for leave which was

refus e entered the office of

his chief J. S. Sawant, Assistant
Secret to

t the Government of
Bombay to raise the question of}
iv became infuriated whipped {
t and stabbed Sawant?
» died instantly |

knife

FORMAL PROTEST .—The Act+



SATURDAY,

Governor
Other King's Sconts
Mr. Charles Springer, Commissioner,





SEPTEMBER 8, 1951



KING'S SCOUTS

planned to ram a beer truck at high speed into the
Russian car.
F.B.I. here would not confirm
° the reported plot. The delega-
YANKEE. WIT a left Hillsborough shortly
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7 ifter 9.20 am.—composed on six
Russia’s Andrei Gromy iff police cars, two Hillsborough
presents the King's Seout Badge and Gartificate to Soa Scout Was approached lest lice cars. one car containing
(from left to right) aro Wesley &mith and Lawrence Lewis by Republican O, K Arm four detective from the Sar
(backgrouna) and Island Commissioner, Major J. RB. Griffith strong at the Japanese Peace Francisco Police Denartment and
) Conference \rn ne wherein members of the
trone Hs in ap tate Department were riding
ind whe asked Gromykc j
] 7 he would like to see it 1} .
L N i \ QO a teat’. tha’? Toasts | New Tricks
© e roops pre Th , He leaned forw rd | Western delegates said they
j 0k then nappoed =| }}| tear new tricks from Russians to
hut and flung it away. Tt try te prevent the cigning of the
om ff e | 1 he a aA of we Ped tapanese Peace Treaty including
e e eC ‘ ) qr MON, anc PASS OK SA } possible all out Russian inter-
ou nl *] ~~ . hhiSi Vv i ¥Vi: ee vee pecans of j| vention in Korea Democrat
| ovary Slave abour Camp Senator John J, Sparkman re-
in’ Russia UP flected the views of the United
» 000 ED, * A 7 '] States delegation and those of
— @ vi A 4 SES ee bine _'|many foreign diplomats on thé
hance last minute troubl
By ROBERT VERMILLION Mac Accuses ge tt Rtn: Ee ORE
EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 7, 7 O lieve they can stop us now, bul
United Nations troops lashed back with violence ' ruman if I'm keeping my fingers crossed
counter-attack against tank-led Chinese forces on Korea’: 7" ® ° ® ! believe that when Saturday
western front and drove Communists into retreat with Yotalitarianism Cee ee eee

estimated 2,000 casualties,

A surprise Chinese thrust down the ancient war road to |
Seoul cut off three advance United Nations patrol bases

before the allies opened their own drive



Advocate Jamaica

ing Western Allied High Come]

massicner for Germany made a Relief Fund

formal protest to General Vassily

4 Cuuixov, the soviet Coury The fund went forward yes-
soner for Germany, terday helped by a $500

guunst ine Soviet’s starvation donation from Bulkeley Ltd.

biockade of Berlin. They are yet others, however,

CHANNEL CKOSSING.—Aber
tcho, the Argentine swimmer, who
aireaay made crossing than
vee Ww England, plans an ai-
tempt in the reverse direction on
saturday night The Argentine,
who is training at Folkestone,

nas









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to handing in their donation.
They forget that as time slips
quietly by-the agony of some
sufferer is prolonged.

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Hon. Albert G ill 1 people, has become more and} p2RS* 0 maid iat Ghuaien Peat enay
on er omes Wi eave ’ te ay ug: oa aay
‘nide c more dependent upon its ability s 3 —
Trinidad for London on Septem-| BY E. GERMAN POLICE to aan tie thee of political | #bertono is successful, he will be ee ee See a =
ber 19. He will head the four- . « eae . i ae pene ixth nmer t 1akc ¢ ‘ o an or the
; ; | BERLIN, Sept. 7. change to that of sociel and Cashier in the office of this
man delegation from the British | United States Army 'Headquar- | economic change ype seins May ol Redes newspaper will find time to
West Indies to the meeting of \ekem oi A initea Seates | IMPRISONED .—North Ameri- receive your donation
Commonwealth Ministers which} oidier shot and arrested by an Willingness to Work jcan Ruth Reynolds was sentenced Move swiftly to do a good
will study supply and produc- | Rast German peoples policeman.| }dFom two to six years hard labour deed
tion problems. Sir John Saint of last night at Soviet checkpoint on “The political advance is deter) on charge of pledging sacrifice Amount Previou
Barbados, Mr. Sangster of Ja- | Berlin's @ast-Wweest Bondar An|Minead py politicians woo jand life and property to the cause Acknowledged $8,168.99
maica and Mr. Raatgever of | eyewitness told an army soldier |themselves subjected to the pres-|of the Nationalist Party—seeking 2 by Soha An
British Guiana are the other was shot and wounded when he|Sure very often of irresponsible | the overthrow of the Puerto Rica aS it ay Silan: Meowne : 60
See Japparently lost his way andjelements, but sociai and economic |; Government by force and violen¢ ». Thome 3.00
— =| crashed his automobile into a|advance is clearly governed by E.C.A, GRANTS rt D. M. Wat 1 00
@ |post supporting barrier at ajthe facts of the situation, and no| ee nae Sia tie Adi . ervus O am +00
TO-DAY S WEATHER | Russian checkpoint on the border|amount of political speeches can, erases Siete , pairs ; M Hutehir 10..0¢
CHART |of the United States sector of | of themselves, increase the | 2 bike $ ; allocs Proyny Ronan: es aa
on and the Soviet zone of|wealth of the people. The only | ‘a allotted $18,001 Bulkeley Ltd 500.00
yvermany. . j ; ‘ ¢ , : » ac tactl parr thea , J N & 5 > q
rise: ‘ yay in ich that can be done,| ,, Mr. & Mrs Lisle Wood 3.0
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. An Army announcement said: |} 1 a willin aan to work | Burma & Mrs. ¥. Hivtehins 10.00
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. “When ordered to dismount from|*® PY Me wi ai sponsi. |. TO. VISIT LONDON.— Prime Mr. & Mrs ob. A
eee First Quarter, Septem- \the damaged auto by the peoples’ eer readiness to take responsi Minister of Libya Mahmud fey Williams 2000
er 8. soliceman, the soldier failed to | Pility- Muntasser will visit London be-' mer oT
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. 089 possibly because a was “There is no doubt that consid- |) September 0 7 18 cre dl Canndlen fheak of Comaseree
High Tide: 9 00 a.m. 8.32 p.m. |) dazed by the crash. The peoples’ |erable advance is being made 1! with R. Bowker of the Foreign AAG, & P.C 10.00
Low Tide: 2.47 a.m., 1.33 p.m. jpoliceman then fired a shot into|the West Indie in the econom!: f Office Middle East Department o: ¢ i atten inn
the car, wounding the soldier.” field, but faced with the prospect n. Independent 1 : aa 5.00
| —vU.P. jot a population which may double} ; ' Mary Gal 2.40
itself in 30 years, there seems to} HIGHER PRICES—Kk. FE. Dyc| Help ».00
° me to be some serious doubt as 10! py lent of t Ontario Mir | Rr ye Marts = Semnap ig
BIGGEST BRITISH OIL FIRE LICKS |\«'" ‘¢ economy of the We [Association Friday urged | tha) Mrs A.B. Bawards 10.0
Indies as a whole, can be broad-| Canadian min be permittec BM 5.01
P ILLIO S OF Ss ened sufficiently to sustain th?;sell 40 per cent. of the gold the Wesle ae aay an
~ ; | sy wndle 0
U M N socis services and to absorb in-!p luce higher prices ‘ "
J social services and to a pre 1 pr Ml 9 Innit
GALLONS OF OIL feo in population without CADET CRUISE— i86 Argen- 4H Chandler ow
regional approach,” j tine cadet arrived in Naple Rereiay's frank. :
EXPLOSIONS ROCK DOCKY ARDS | Mr. Braine said that .he had jaboard the training ship Pueyre MH aby aa 10.09
tgreatly enjoyed his stay in don. Mr. & Mrs. H. L. N
fisland and had been charmex REPAYMEN?.-~— The Interna- y Ascough 10.00
. ~ 5 ve ‘ c. 2.2 + (
4 . L '. : BRISTOL, Sept. Lt the hospitality and kindnes tior Vonetary Fund announced 3 a V. Bertram ; a
The biggest oil fire in British history raged out-of con-|ali Barbadians he had met. He} Friday that the Government of Capt. T. C. W
trol with 14,000,000 gallons of precious fuel already destroy- | was only sorry that he had Lebanon has repaid to the fund se eT set arenas 20-00
ed in a windswept furnace of flame. The lost oil is already |Teave so soon. He wo nee UP ante 7 Oe
the equivalent of one week’s production at the great Abadan J impr Lhe ar Parse conve oe
5 Yy _ . impression 0 1 ea Si in eile ees
refinery in Iran where the dispute over the nationalisation y tland '
of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company dealt a severe blow to re. leavi -day, he ex (/ an ;
Britain’s > al ii 7 } < 5 Ww } Before leaving to day, 1 ex WV om Dies
ritain’s vital oil needs. jects to visit the Sug»r Researe |
Oneal peenernae Two new explosions rocked the }Unit, the buildings of the Legis-: ‘tes . ’
B “ i. » vast oil storage area at Avon-'tlature and the Barbados Press { After Stabbing
G. W ill t roduce mouth docks here at dawn send- {Club |
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GEORGETOWN, Sept, 6. | away. | GIFTS FOR THE

kt 3ritish Guiana has been selected Twenty tanks were ablaze and} |
y the Colonial Office for what |others containing millions of gal- ROYAL COUPLE |
4

periment in jute production to be |men were missing and presumed
carried out by the Colonial Office | dead

in. conjunction with the British | r ti;
Guiana Government and Messrs

Booker Brothers, McConnei}

Company Ltd

will probably be a large-scale ex- jlons of oil were threatened. Two
Thirty firemen and five naval TORONTO, Sept

} igs were injured fighting the Toronto's personal gift
; | unchecked blaze. cess Elizabeth and the Duke
Sabotage ? Edinburgh will be a diamond «

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The cause of the explosion which crusted maple leaf pin and : |
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Conditions in this country have |touched off the inferno yesterday of diamond inset gold cu
been found to be favourable by a lafternoon remained unknown.
two-man mission headed by James } € was no mention yet of the
{. Oliver of the Jute Trade Asso- } bility of sabotage. The storage
ciation, who after a month’s sur- : one of the largest in the
vey, is headed back to the United
Kingdom to hand in his report
immediately to the Colonial Office. :

The survey by the Mission came }
after the British Guiana Depart-
ment of Agriculture had made a
successful small scale experiment,

Civie official annot
Thursday that at the
an oil painting of a t
dian scene will be presented t
Royal couple.—(CP)







housand gallons of foam
fire fighting equipment and
Lundreds of fire, fighters were
)rushed into the area from all over
southern Britain. Only a six-inch
thick: six-foot high

tors of



Korea




















It is believed that mechanized }j : stone wall
means will be employed in the big pve red witn dirt an and stooc By PHIL NEWSOM
experiment.—(CP) between the area of wide blaze .
~ jand rows of tanks brimming wit r Ss 7
| yi} 1 ’ TOKYO, Sept. 7
ot! needed to propel the nation’s a? ah
‘military vehicle and industry A meeting on a neutral ship
TW IVS BORN IN TAX ! The of the two explosions)5©4 @Pppe ared to provide the con-
d off t top of one ditions under which either Cor
F Our Own Corresponder j}tank. sent a great tongue of flame}â„¢Munists or the United N
F Sas ed hundreds of fe into the air and, Would consent to the resump
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 6. Jina, ishroomed down on the!of Korea ire talk
: blazing compound of the Regent! 7 second day passed on F
Sompany. Other Compani with no reply fron eds t
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nents in atomic warfare have p
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he Pentagon. These plans calle
or vapid destruction of about 7
‘ussian industrial targets beg

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emphasis is shifting

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srotection af he US., again
stornic attack and to the suppor
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| CLEVELAND, sept, 7 When asked what Russians
; MacArthur told 15,000 cheering | might do Sparkman, who is a
Ke | defence plant workers today the’ |member of the U.S. delegation,
Entrapped allied units fough!| the United States industry an aid: “They are capable of in-
| their way back to their own line | labour must keep supplying ttervening in Korea among great
| with dead and wounded and then|}the “basic sinews that have al many other things.” He said in
jturned to join a counter-attac; | ways brought u hough t iXKorea Russians could order their
Allied troops regained a_ hill victory.” planes and submarines into action
(northwest of Yonchon and west Touring a Cleveland industria'| g.» retaliation for their defeats
, wards of the city 1,100 Chinese | plant he stopped first at Thomps here on the Treaty
| Reds were reported in retreat Products Factory which make t
| A surprise Red assault may have|parts tor jet motors, Addressi Will Walk Out
been softening up the blow b workers gathered in the fron
jfore a full-scale offensive, but|plant he said; “Thank you for, Ambs ssador John Foster Dulles
, Reds found no soft points in allied | having supplied forces at the fron.| who guided Treaty talks for a
lines. This western front assault] with weapons-that kept ws up anc | year, sald -he “assumed” the Rus-
cost the enemy at least 400 count-| kept the enemy down,” sian, Polish and Czech délegates
}ed dead and 23 prisoners in addi MacArthur climaxed the civi. | would walk out of the 52
tion to an estimated 1,600 | reception yesterday with ai.} National Conference before the
} wounded while warplanes knock-|address in’ which he charge. | Treaty is signed, probably
ed out at least five of the | 'Truman’s administration with | to-morrow,
| Russian-built T4 tank suppressing personal liberties anc Secretary of State Dean
embarking on “a steady drift to-] Acheson, parley president, hoped
Setbacks \ward totalitarian ruse.” MacArthu peeches on the Treaty could be
Despite setbacks at the westeri ‘in a speech last night said “this} wound up this evening with the
and eastern ends of the Korean drift has resulted in an increasing igning of ceremonies set for
war front Reds are desperate! ly langerous nalistic rela to-morrow. Twenty-five countrie
Jamming supply truck ind carts] tionshy een the Federal Gov already had disclosed their plans
brought the Fleet Ait ren ernment and private citizens to sign.
Nations air blockade vith the mushrooming of agency So far only the Soviet Unior
Thursday's non-stop air patro fler agency designed Ww contro |and Czechoslovakia, have in-
destroyed or damaged a recor he individual dicated they will not sign. Poland
857 enemy vehicles to bring thei: —(U.P.) | will sound its Red eco near the
12-day toll of enemy trucks to eine 7 end of the speaking list,—U.P.
5,657. One of the war’s bice ' * Y
air strikes against enemy trooj Strike Seltled |
concentrations also came o GUATEMALA. Sept. 7 | The “ADVOCATE”
Thursday when Navy planes fro: ; Eh a Cr ae
United States boxes ripped a co! a ae a - ee pays for NEWS
umn of 3,000 Reds southwest a, : r ; 6
bee yesterday, of the strike of 5.000 *
Majon Ni 15 mil due west olf Tovarntiant Clikoais Hota work Dial 3113
the Communist east coast port of ers, which threatened to disrupt Day or Night
Wonsan, this Central American city's for
At least 100 soldiers were kille {ei yo tonne (cP) ea
Other navy pilots in that regio
struck at Red troops too nN —————
brought the fleet tin wir
oll for the day to bot
340 Red Warplaneés ove t*
tern front were marine 1
| ) fiehter Marine plar
{Knocked out two Russian-mad
jtanks west of the Imjin River
army F80 shooting star ‘ets gc }
j; three more in raking pas !
the enemy-held ridge below (
von.—U.P.

British





, Pally crabwood, greenheart, a
mora, may be shipped to Austr:
lia to be used as rails leeper
An Australian businessman, Bria
Simms, has been conducting nego |
tiatior vith the British Guiana
firm of L. J. Willian Marketiny |
Compan (CP. |
|





t
| LY CIRCULATION
From Our Own Correspondent
+ PORT-OF-SPAI pt. ¢
Forged i ind one
bias note of the ne curren vill
of the Eastern Caribbean Groi
ie » circulation. It i tate
| it he ethod used by th
ounterfel nique Quit
tl nun r ¢ these torged bill ir
| Peps le been passed
the Trez Turf Club ar
‘at ci police are
' ligating



B.G. May
Timber to Australia |

GEORGETOWN, Se
Guiana

FORGED ‘NOTES’







May Resume Al Sea



Plot To Kill
_ Soviets Going
To Treaty Talks

|
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7.

MEMBERS of the Soviet delegation to the San
Francisco Conference arrived at the War
Memorial Opera House under heavy Police guard
w-thout incident today, despite a reported plot to
| kill Soviet delegates on the highway. The report,
alleged to have come from an agent of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation here, said White Russians

|
|
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ca. ign the Treaty. I’m sure Com
munists however have plenty of
tricks to pull here or elsewhere.”

AT CIVIC RECEPTION



















Ship

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PAGE TWO







is staying at Sam
Barbadian Lawyer
R
Bart
ealled to th
Friday night and will be intro-
duced to the local Bar on Monday.

n who



Mr. Williams is an old Harri-
onian and has been in England
for 11 years. He was in the R.A.F

during World War I
Honourable

He is of the
Society of Gray’s Inn

Three-Year Course
M* C. W. WICKHAM, Assist-

ant Master at Combermere
School flew to Puerto Rico yester-
day by B.W.1A. to attend the
Metropolitan Technical College.
He will do a three-year course in
Spanish.

Mr. Wickham is the son of Mrs
V. G. Wickham of “Villa Real”,
Government Hill and the late Mr.
Clennell Wickham, Editor of the
“Herald”.

After Twenty-five Years

R. WILLOUGHBY TAYLOR
left yesterday by B.W.1A
for Puerto Rico. He is on his way
back to the U.S. after a twelve-
day holiday in Barbados, his first
visit here in twenty-five years.
Mr. Taylor is with the “Bud”
Electrical Company in Philadel-
phia. During his holiday he was
staying with his mother Mrs
Shirley Taylor of Brighton, Black
Rock.

Ten Days
ERE on a ten-day visit are Mr
and Mrs, R. Frazer Reekie and
two sons Alan and John. They
flew in from Trinidad yesterday
by B.W.1.A. and are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Reekie is Resident Partner
in the W.1, of Messrs Watkins and
Partner, architects of London and
the W.I.

Arriving by the same plane was

Mr. W. A. Murray and Mr, Robert
P, Russell, Mr. Russell lives in
Lantana, Florida. They are also

guests at the Ocean View Hotel.

Spent Holiday With

Parents

FF to Jamaica yesterday

morning by B.W.1.A. went Mr,
Bryan Seel and his sister Brenda.
They are on their way back to
England after spending a holiday
with their parents Sir George and
Lady Seel, who were at the air-
port to see them off.



Across
1, Sapper, through
ending, becomes a treasury.

I'd counter to bring in, (9)

A bright red pigment. (9)
. Crooked in mind and yoice,

When even gin is drunk. (7)
. Bird, & greeting in the navy.

Cord of old windows, (4)

4, Standard of behaviour? (9)
20. Chair near the water? (4)
21. Spin. (4)

2. Modestly held verse, (3)
. Make good. (6)
Down
. Necklace of precious stones. (7)

Weakened when venerated. (9)
i, Beast Of @ term in exile. (6)
+. Render vurbid, (4)

3. The Knowledgeable one was an
apple. (4)

i. Scores of them. (5)

4. Begrudge, (4)

A flax product tn Leeds ?

A jewel of an opening. (5)

. Harden, (5)

To Roy represents the King. (4)

“conservative
(8)



my










20 Sit



Recital

of Sacred Music
on Sunday 9th September, at
4.15 p.m., in aid of Choir
Funds Visiting Soloists are

Messrs W. D. Harris. C

Phillips and M. McCarty

8.9.51—1n.





PANTIES

VESTS
BRASSIERES

@ DIA. 4606



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Steerage nearly al! wood, (4)
n of vesterdav’s puzzle.—Across:
*. Solid; Y Tui(tion); 10° |
i Null: 1 Endurance: 15, ||
?. ‘lint: 18. Rums; 21, ©
Sweet own: J
y; 5. Lignum, 4,
since Ticket: 8. tendae:
1, Guragles: 14. Arrow: 15. Stud: 19,

D* V. M. METIVIER, Eye Sur-
geon of Trinidad was among
the p gers arriving on
B.W.1LA morning flight fron
Trinidad yesterda

Here for abou ks, he

LORENZO WILLIAMS, a
was recentl¥
3ar, arrived here on



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pa Se

LADY SAVAGE
Navy League’s Fair

HE Royal and Merchant Navy
Welfare League's fair at the

Drill Hall last Saturday was at-
tended by a fair erowd which in-
cluded His Excellency the Gov-
ernor and Lady Savage. The
weather however was disappoint-
ing In opening the fair, Lady
Savage said

This is the first fair held by the
Royal and Merchant Navy Wel-
fare League since my arrival in
Barbados, and it was with very
great pleasure that L accepted the
invitation to open this function.

The object and work of this
League must be known to you all

it is all undertaken by volun-
tary workers—and I would like to
take this opportunity of thanking
and congratulating Mrs, Phillips
and her team of workers on all
they have done and are doing for
the entertainment and welfare of
the many sailor nd seamen who
visit our shores

I have heard so often words of
appreciation, and how much these
men enjoy theirvisits to Barbados

But, this League cannot function
without funds-ea small grant is
given by Government, but owing
to the increasing work they are
obliged to raise additional money
I realise the many calls made on
our pockets for the large number
of deserving societies in Barbados,
but I do make a very strong ap-
peal to you all to spend generously
and give the League the support
they urgently need and deserve to
carry on their excellent work.

I have much pleasure in declar-
ing this fair open



Next Port—Brussels

R. A. V, NYREN, American |

Vice-Consul in charge of the
U.S. Consulate here has now com-
pleted his normal two-year tour of |
duty in Barbados. His next post
will be in Belgium where he will
be attached to the American Em-|
bassy in Brussels. He will prob-
ably be leaving Barbados at the
end the year |

Back From Arbitration |
Court |

IR JOHN SAINT is back in
Barbados after attendi: the
Rice Arbitration Court in B.G. He
arrived on Thursday via Trinidad |
by B.W.LA
Sir John was a member of the
Board. The meeting opened in
Georgetown on September 4th and |
ended September 6th. i

Younger Son
RRIVING from New Zealand
via Panama yesterday was

Mr. George Page, younger son of
Brig. and Mrs. E. K. Page. The
last leg of his journey from Trini-
dad to Barbados was by B.W.LA.
George, who has been in New
Zealand since 1947 is an entomol-
ogist. Here for a month’s holiday,
he is staying with relatives at
Yorkshire, Christ Church.

Champ Of To Canada

RINIDAD’S open singles lawn

tennis champion Kenny Tres-
trail will leave Trinidad next week
for Canada where he will reside
with his wife, Joy.

This will mean a sad loss to
Trinidad and West Indies sport as
he is regarded as one of the finest
ball players in these parts.

Factory Supt.

T present holidaying in Bar-
bados are Mr. and Mrs. Bertie
Talma. They are staying with Mr.
Talma’s brother in Maxwells.
Mr. Talma is Factory Superin-
tendent at Plantation Ogle, British
Guiana

Opposite Directions

RS. CLYDE WALCOTY left

England yesterday by the
Golfito for Barbados. Her husband
is due to leave England on Sep-
tember 13 for Australia.

Incidental Intelligence

NE chorus girl to another: “He
says he likes me because I’m
the innocent, old-fashioned type,
who thinks a million dollars is a
lot of money.”
—Chicago Sun-Times,

a —L.E.S.



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people lose their fear of Rupert and
cealeally close in to stare at him
curiously, Again he asks his
questions and, once again one alter
the wher, they chatter back at him.
“Oh dear, this is getting me no-
where,"’ he thinks, ‘*I still can't

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Too Many
Nylons

‘ NEW YORK.
Austerity is officially out. And
the nylon stocking surplus is so





great that manufacturers have
had to cut prices twice,
Stil women will _ not buy

| enough at lower prices to satisfy

shopkeepers,
Defence production administra-
Fleischmann





tor Manly pro-
nounced the obituary over aus-
Nylons to be cut
Nylon stockings for the

home market are likely to be
cut, because more are to be
exported to pay for rearma-
ment, said the Board of
Trade,

—From the Daily Express

‘erity—the word used by so
many last year when the Korean
war went badly:

“Nothing like austerity js in
store for Americans, Under
present plans controls (by Brit-
ish standards U.S. controls would
seem like wild luxury) probably
ean be eased in 1953. Civilian
production is not going to be cut
drastically.”

Nylon manufacturers last year
turned out over eight pairs for
each of the 76,064,000 American
women. Many still wear rayon
or cotton. .

Prices were cut from $1.65
(11s. 9d.) 7 to $1.50, then to
$1.35 Now Burlington Mills, one
of the biggest makers, announces
a cut to $1.25.

Spotlight
On Judy

British applause during Judy
Garland’s recent tour strengthens
her for a bold step. Born into a
theatrical family, she made her
debut in U.S. variety at two. Now
she is going back to it before the
most terrifying vaudeville spot-
light in America—Broadway’:
famous Palace Theatre.

With her they are going to try
what they did years ago with
Sarah Bernhardt—reserve all the
seats in the house for just two
shows a day.

Variety has not been abie to
get away with it since the films
came along. To get away with
it now they count on Comeback
Judy for at least 60 minutes, the
entire second half of the bill,

Actress Found Dead

PARIS, Sept. 7.
The actress, Maria Montez was
found dead in her bathtub at her
home in the suburbs today. Police
announced after the two-hour at-
tempt to revive her, that death
was accidental. A_ preliminary
medical report said that the 32-
year-old actress found dead at 1.30
p.m. after she stepped into an al-
most scalding bath, apparently
fainted, and then slumped into the

water and drowned, ue

B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES

Saturday, Sept. 8, 1951.
11.15 a.m, Sport; 11.30 a.m. Bandstand
Sport or Light Music; 11 45 a.m. Pro-
gramme Parade; 12,00 noon The News;
12 10 p.m, News Analysis.
4.00—6.45 p.m, ,







4.10 p.m. Inter-





400 pm. The News;
lude; 4.15 pm. Queen's Hall Light Or-
chester; 500 p.m. Composer of the
Week; 515 pm Listeners’ Choice;
6 00 p.m. Music for Dancing; 6.45 p.m
Programme Parade; 7 00 p.m. The News;
710 pm. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. Be-
hind the News; 7.45 p.m, William Davies;
800 pm. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m
Composer of the Week; 8.30 p.m. Radio
Theatre; 1000 p.m. The News; 10 10
p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m. Henry Hall's
Guest Night; 10 45 p.m. Yours faithfully

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TASPO HITS TOP IN ENTERTA
Steel Band Plays gyre



8, 1951

Al Savoy Hotel

The Trinidad steel

band now
climbed to one of the topmost pe
tainment world—the Savoy
+ playing in cabaret.

LONDON,
touring England has
; of the British enter-
Hotel, London, where it is



Rolling their oil-drums into the Savoy, which can
command the pick of the world’s finest cabaret artistes,
members of the Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orchestra
chalked up another mark on the record of their history-



making stay in Britain.

Rainstorms, Floods
Hit Trinidad
HOUSES FLOODED
ROADS BLOCKED

(From Our Own C 4
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7.

Widespread damage, unpre-
cedented in the Colony’s recent
history, was caused through rain
storms and floods on Sunday and
Monday. Homes were flooded
and furniture washed away. Alli
rivers overflowed their banks.
From early Sunday morning,
storm clouds were bursting out
with flashes of lightning and
peals of thunder thus intimating
that Trinidad had received its
share of the hurricane which has
been sweeping the Caribbean.
Houses were carried away by the
floods, while some were
pletely destroyed.



com-

Everywhere could be seen evi-

dence of the river rampage and
roads were blocked by heaping
coconut trees and large immor-

telle trees that fell victim to the
Storm. Temporary shelter has
been provided for many who are
left homeless. Heavy tolls in the
destruction of poultry and crop
has been reported. Acres of
tomatoes and lemongene have
been washed away. Whipped by
wind the swollen Maraval river
rose more than 12 feet over its
banks after the rain-storm, leav-
ing the lands around devastated.





‘Don’ts’ For 7’dad

Barristers

(From Our Own Correspondent




PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sep.. 7

Trinidad barriste will have
to abide by “don’ts” in the near
future. According to a list,
barristers are now prevented
from: (a) doing more than set-
tling documents, such as the
writing of letters claiming dam-
ages and the preparation of
advertisements for the sale of
mortgaged properties; (b) Giving
interviews to the Press in con-

nection with cases in which they
are or were engaged; (c) insert-
ing “barrister-at-law" after their
names. on letter heads as this is
“not in accordance with pro-
fessional etiquette’; (d) posing
for press photographs or permit-
ting themselves to be photo-
graphed with an acquitted person
or any client; (e) supply photo-
graphs of themselves for publica-
tion in the Press



OLD PEOPLE GET
CLOTHING

Over 100 elderly persor A
to the Salvation Army Hall, Wel



ington Street, to receive clothing
sent to them from the United
States of America,

The hall was packed and the
distribution was stopped for a

time as the anxious people got un-
ruly. Those distributing the cloth-
ing were Mrs. E. D, Mottley, Miss
E. Holder and Mr. D. Greenidge.







Apart fram its many public ap-
pearances;"*TASFO has broadcast
yn a B.B.C. programme and has

become the first steel bana-in the

world to appear ina_ television
shew. It has also visitea the
studios of a leading 3ritish

gramophone company to be tested



for recording
Even greater things may be in
store for TASPO, for there is re-



newed talk of a full-scale all-West

indian revue at a Lendon theatre

—something that West. Indian ar-

tistes in London _have’ dearly

longed to achieve for many years.
Edric Connor

“A revue is definitely in the air,”
said Edric Connor, the Trinidadian
baritone, who is in the forefront
of the fresh campaign to make
Britain aware of West Indian cul-
ture. “But a lét depends on
TASPO. If they will stay on for a
few weeks after finishing their
tour of the provinces, playing in
British dance-halis, we shall cer-
tainly try to arrange for them io
appear in.a revue.”

If plans reach a definite stage,
Edric Connor himself will produce
the revue and will also appear in
it. Apart from TASPO, there are
Lord Kitchener, the calypso sing-
er, and Boscoe Holder’s Caribbean
dancers available to take part.
Mona Baptiste, the Trinidadian
cabaret star, is out of England at
present on am extended tour of
the Continent, but a.mew arrival
from Trinidad is Raphael de Leon,
the calypso singer.

One million homes in Britain
“looked in” on _TASPO when it
made its first television appearance
in a half-hour show called “Carib-
bean Cabaret.” Edric Connor and
Boscoe Holder’s company, all old
hands at television, were also in
the show, but Lord Kitchener was
making his first television broad-
cast,

From as far away as Birming-
ham, more than a hundred miles

from London, people who had
seen the show in their own homes
were telephoning the B.B.C. with
congratulations, even before the
show was over. A high B.B.C.
official suggested that the entire

show might be repeated at the an-
nual Radio Show, now being held
in London, where the public have
a @hance to, see the best of tihe
radio’ anc’ television programmes
actually being broadcast.

Carnival Atmosphere
Within the cramped space of
one of the two television studios
to Alexander Palace,.on the north-
ern outskirts of London, the West
Indian artistes managed to create
something of the atmosphere of a

Trinidad Carnival. The studio,
only 70 feet long, had a bamboo

backdrop at one end, in front of
which TASPO played. At the other
end of the studio was a highly-
coloured beach scene—‘Manzanil-
asked Edric Connor-

atmiosphere for the

Ja Beach?”
to set the
dancers.
3etween these two gathered a
mass of technicians with all their
equipment. There were four tele-
vision cameras, each with their
crews of cameramen and assist-
ants to push them round the studio,
a travelling microphone slung on
the end of a telescopic boom and
large numbers of lamps of all







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B.W.I. Currency Change

An initial order of 10,000,000 notes is being filled by PORL-OF“SPAIN, Sept. 6,

: . ap : As a result of the inquiries nov
banknote printers in England for the currency changes now being made of the City Corpora
taking place in the Ea: ‘n Caribbean Colonies—described tion, about 14 properties at the
by a Colonial Office spoXesman in London as “the most Mucurapo Housing Settlement
sweeping currency change to take place in the West Indies "“Y® been, transferred without the
ee ” a gy - onsent of the Corporation, Un-

a for many years. Doll : xplained transactions including
Olar Hole nave iveaady bé the re-assig ne se ots.
mpeg ; . substituted for local currency 1e Le (age gehen gest
r dad Govt. Decides 7 first —— of the change-ovei the Council, black market
The second stage, which will not activities and other Municipal
To Hold C’ntission take place until considerably later, activities have been brought , to
involves the replacement of the light, Photostatic copies of cor-
TO INQUIRE INTO present “Imperiay coin '- halts respondence and official documents
: Spon? . crowns, florins, shillings, sixpences are held, including a report by
CONVICT’S ESCAPE re copper—and nor Bane the Audit Department in refer-
tulana fourpenny piece by 50, 20, ence » certé Trus' - s anc
(From Our Own Correspondent) | 10 and five-cent pieces in oupro- aa h een ane on ad
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7, nickel and one-cent and half-cent Pin :
Government -has decided 0 pieces in bronze. The old notes
appoint a Commission to inquire \j}} be called in gradually
into the circumstances surround- “B.UP. |}
ing the escape of Saywell Gordon |
35-year-old convict who escaped * |
from Carrera Prison on August \ . }
26, last. Gordon was captured o1 Corruption | ¢
Tuesday afternoon very. near to
his mother’s home at Laventille From Our Own Correspondent) ‘
“I would rather die than serve 20 PORT-OF *AIN, Sept. 7 | *
years in prison, kill me instead Conrad Spicer, a Price Control O I
he said when he was taken by a Inspector, who has been attached | .
squad of policemen who had been to the Black Market Board for} . . .
tipped of his whereabout. He only ix weeks vas, sent’ to | r- eibt CL b l [zis
looked very,.weak and haggard, Prison for three months for cor- F
He is reported to haye said that T4ptly receiving $17) in that

he swam the shark-infested area
from Carrera island to the Ameri-
can Base at Pointe Gourde and
there stayed in hiding eating
mangoes until he was able t
steal a bicycle when he journeyed



LONDON,











capacity.

Revenue Increase

From Our Own Correspondent

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept.



to Laventille, San Juan. “Don’t hit The total revenue of the
me” he exclaimed to the police. Forest Department of the Colony
Gordon will be charged in one was increased from $238,541 in
of the police Courts shortly. 1949 to $290,003 in 1950 an in-!

crease. 0 or $51,552 se the |
shapes and sizes. Men dashed con- Conner or of eon a aaa ‘ \
stantly about the studio, directing ~- A Lamb

cameras to new positions, testing
lights, moving furniture. Cables a
thick as an arm coiled all over the
floor, like writhing snakes. Anc
in thé midst of it all, TASPO play
ed like a veteran television band



completely unperturbed by the
seething confusion all about: it
In his: dressing room after the

show, Edrie Connor sent this mess-
age home to the West Indie “We
have seen what the steel orchestra

has done. Now I don’t want to
hear any West Indian say we
haven’t got a culture.”—B.U.P.





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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown

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Saturday, September 8, 1951
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THE DEANERY
|
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THE presence of the new Dean and

Chairman of the St. Michael’s Vestry at
his first meeting of that body revived the
question of converting the Deanery into a
Secondary School. This is a matter which
must be given the most careful considera-
tion.

In the first place, while it might be com-
mendable on the part of the Vestry
show willingness to assist in remedying |;
the congestion now existing in the schools,
it is no part of the duty of that body to
supply schools. There is, however, pre-
cedent for such action. The present St.
Michael’s Girls’ School was the result of
the endeavour of the late Mr. Laurie Year- |
wood, Mr. Alonza Bullen, Mr. John
Beckles and Archdeacon Shankland, But
the circumstances which postulated the
demand were of a different nature.

It is the duty of the Government. to
supply schools and equip them even al-
though it has been the policy in this island
for the Churches in the past to supply
their own denominational schools.

The question of supplying another sec-
ondary school whether for boys or girls in
St. Michael should not be examined as an
isolated instance but rather in conjunction
with the necessary re-adjustments which
are obviously needed. Any decision taken
by any body outside the Governor in Exec-
utive Committee should be submitted for
their consideration

The Education Authority should be con
sulted at an early stage and from their
recommendations it will be seen whether
the re-adjustment or revision of the edu-
cational system demands new schools of
the present type or the establishment of |
junior and senior schools in order to re-
move the smaller children from the pres-
ent overcrowded institutions catering to
the needs of children in Barbados.

It might be that the division of Harrison
College into junior and senior schools and
the establishment of a technical training
centre at Combermere School might re-
lieve the pressure on these schools. In the
case it is intended that the Deanery should
be converted into a school for girls, the
question might well be considered wheth-
er a third girls’ school should be situated
within such close proximity to Queen's
College and the St. Michael’s Girls’ School.
In this case too, it might be of some advan- |
tage to establish junior and senior schools
or to erect a school in some other district |
where it would cater to children in the
outlying parishes.

These are issues which might easily be
overlooked by the Vestry or any other
body spurred by the best intentions mere- |
ly because of its lack of comprehensive
information as to the overall educational
needs of the island.

And finally there is the legal aspect. |
Springfield, now known as the Deanery
because it is the residence of the Rector of |
St. Michael and Dean of St. Michael’s |
Cathedral, was bought and vested in the
Rector and his successors. The question
as to whether the Dean has the right to |
give and the Vestry to accept the property
must be settled first; and, seeing that it is
not incumbent upon the Vestry to supply
schools it might be well for the initial
suggestion to be submitted to the Govern-
or-in-Executive Committee before any
decision is taken.

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€G6-OPERATION

THE people of Antigua have again fur-
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with an example which might easily be
followed with advantage. They are now
showing that element of co-operation
which pays dividends.

Only a few weeks ago that island was



torn by industrial strife which threatened |
to do great harm to the economy of the
island, The crop was languishing waiting

the hand of the reaper, ‘the stocks of food |





Even A Persian Donkey NOBODY'S |
Could See What's Going

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To ilappen Here

PULL up the carpet to sit on,
have a glass of Caspian tea and
jet us tell g Persian funny story

at least the Persians think it
funny

Once upon time there was
a donkey that quarrelled with its

master, The donkey was very
- about it and walked pur-

4 he edge of a high
mped off the beast



looked

round to its master and

said: “This’ m kill me, but that

is nothing to the inconvenience I
am going to cause you.”

On t edge of the cliff at this

moment s
key, with
the courage

If

squeaks

tan the Persian don-
all the will and half
to jump off into ruin.
Mohammed Mossadeg, who

and rs at the very
mention of the word oil, does fot

a happy ending to this prob-
lem the donkey will cer-
tainly take a header over the cliff,
and there is no doubt who will be
at the bottom to bury the corpse.





soon,

Funeral arrangements by the
Communist Party
Possibility
In the five months since the

assassination of the Premier

Razmara the Tudeh Party, which



is technically illegal, hag waxed
in power and now goes openly
about its business. The party

heartily supports Mossadeg’s na-
tional front, because it knows
full well that if he can be goaded
to hold to his present course, then
revolution possible,

If the oilfields remain closed for
long, 77,000 Persian labourers will
be without pay—they are already
without worl

Destitution in the area that was
found last April to be magnifi-
cently organised for rioting would

is




suit the Tadeh Party right down
to the ground

Even if that were not enough
there is more than the possibil-
ity, unless something is done
quickly, of the country’s transport
system grinding to a_ standstill

through lack of

tyres, and spares.
The Gleam

Nearly everything, except the

heaviest machinery, is carried by

lubricating oil,

road in Persia. And the greatest
of the services was the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company's tanker
fleet.

Eight tyre ire used by every
road tanker for the trip from

Abadan to Tereran and back.
Great workshops, maintained by
the company on the route to
deal with breakdowns, have been
closed and their spares looted.
Without these tankers, petrol
and diesel oil cannot be brought



By KENNETH MACAULAY
up from the Abadan storage tanks.
There is no paraffin for lighting
and cooking in the towns, And
there are no tankers to carry lu-
bricating oil, which has to be im-
ported. None was ever manufac-
tured at Abadan.
What a gleam
Tudeh eye when

there ig in the
it conte.nplates

a beautiful coup d’etat in a
paralysed city.

Much of Averell Harriman’s
time was spent pointing these

things out to Mossadeg. Harriman
failed to convince him, There are

not, he said, a sufficient number
of Persians who understand to
the full the difficulties- facing

them—and he was not referring



Kemember How |
it Began

MARCH 7: Razmara, sup-
porter of a new agreement
with Anglo-Iranian, is as-
sassinated.
MARCH 15: Persia
for nationalisation.
protests: “Illegal.”
APRIL 26: Hussein
Premier, resigns.
in,
MAY
some
tion.”
MAY 2% Britain asks Hague
Court to intervene,
JUNE 26 Cruiser Mauritus
arrives off Abadan.
AUGUST 3: Mr. Stokes,
Lord Privy Seal, leaves for
Teheran
AUGUST
down,
AUGUST
home.

votes
Britain

Ala,
Mossadeg

24:

form

Britain
of

accepts
nationalisa-





22: Talks break

pe:

23: Stokes flies

a

to the difficulties of refining oil.
What part do the guns of the
Moslem extremists play in keep-
ing Mossadeg fron arriving at a
tate of common sense? Stokes
was overheard, when here, to say,

cryptically: “The most we
Socialists can expect if we be-
ceme unpopular as politicians is
couple of rotten eggs in
Downing-street It is different
here,”
Is it possible then to come to

a just compromise agreement with
the Persians with any hope of a
reasonably affable partnership ?
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
does not think so. It lost its boy-
ish laughter at Persian fun and
games decades ago.



Its first agreement
years, and was then denounced by
the Persians. Its second lasted 18
years, and was denounced tbis
year.

Stokes proposed a third agree-
ment in which the company would
be involved, if under another
mame, which was to be for 25
years. It would not be surprising
if the company felt there was
insufficient security in Persia to
warrant lcoking forward as far
as that.

All things considered, would any

businessman be prepared to bet

that the Persians would not find
& new excuse to denounce the
agreement in six or seven years’
time—even if the Communists
did not gain power? But six or
seven years would give the com
pany time to make other arrange-
ments in more reliable places thar
Persia.

‘Let ’em Stew’

Yet another factor must be
weighing with the oil company. In
the first place, the Chiefs of Stafi
ere reported to have said tha
Abadan cannot be defended in <
third world war, Persian oil might

be useless to the Russians, bu!
they could deny it to us in a
matter of hours.

Anglo-Iranian Oil Compan)

alone will have a_ 10,000,000-ton
refining capacity in Britain very
soon, That is a third of the out
put of Abadan. Those refineries
may be vulnerable, but they are
still easier to defend than Abadan

In addition to all this, the da;
of the super-refinery is passing
This is a jet age. Jets*run on
paraffin. The extraction o
paraffin from erude is compara-
tively a simple and cheap process
compared with the plant needeca

lasted 28

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1951











TO0-DAY’S QUOTATION

DIARY |

| Sunday — Barbados had a miniature sample}
of a hurricane this morning and most}
people living along the south and west!
coast will be able to form some idea of
the havoc which a hurricane with winds)
blowing at four times the velocity of
Sunday would do. |
Monday — It is ironical that the opening of | %
the sea-egg season should coincide with| ¥
high seas with the result that sea egg
divers cannot operate. %
fuesday — Once again there was a hurricane 4
scare today. Unless the Weather Bureau | ¥
can notify us of a hurricane before it|Â¥

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it a point to come and see how we live|
normally; then perhaps we will
longer find army officials issuing railway
tickets from Jamaica to Barbados and
editors of London papers expecting their |
correspondents to take a morning stroll|
from Barbados to Jamaica to get a story |
of the protective measures taken after|
the hurricane.

And finally the rank and file in Eng-|
land may begin to discover that Barba-|



THE RAIN IS FALLING
THE GRASS IS GROWING
THE ANSWER—

ole yr hmm peg 3 aviation dos is not near Bombay and that the
" But somehow, if Persia is to West Indies are not on the West of India.

survive, some way will have to be
found to get the oil flowing again.
The advice that has been given to
from here is that the

Whitehall
only way to convince the Persians
of their folly is to let them stew
in their own juice for a bit

‘Cash Please’

As a final testimony to the
difficulties of the ailing doctor I
quote Harriman, who before he
left for London called on Mossadeg
to say good-bye.

Harriman asked the Prime
Minister if he had any message
for Mr. Attlee.

Mossadeg considered for a
moment and then muttered:
“Tell him to send us money.”

—L.E.S.



Simelair Lewis Signs Off In A

WORLD SO WIDE. By Sinelai
Lewis. Heinemann. 12s. 6d.
249 pages.

AFTER he has killed his ill-
tempered wite by an impatient tug
at the steering wheel, Hayden
Chart, plodding architect in that
fast-growing metropolis, Newlife,

Colorado, decides that opportunity
and conscience to utter
in his ear the summons to culture.

Confronting his soul in the quiet
of the hospital, where he is re-
covering from the motor accident,
Hayden is appalled by his ignor-
ance of the Finer Things. What
does he know of music, Byzantine
architecture, chemistry, history
before 1776, Goethe, ete.? Is he
content to spend the whole of his
life quarrelling with mean old wo-
men who want marble bathrooms
for the price of tiled?

Well, then

Self-inquisition translates itself
into a year’s vacation, a ticket to
Europe, and an Italian grammar.
In Cornwall he feels the first lift-
ing of the heart

conspire

In Florence, before he can say
zabaglione, Huyden falls in love.
First with the brown Arno, the an-
cient palaces, wonderful churches,
and so forth. Later with Dr. Olivia
Lomond, a decorative but chilly

she-scholar who can spare enough
time frem the study of medieval
manuscripts to flirt with a hum-

bler seeker after ancient wisdom

Olivia impresses the reader un-
favourably as one of those Finer
Things that can easily be omitted
from a cultural pilgrimage, and
there are few regrets when she
deserts Hayden for a more photo-

genic pilgrim from Hollywood.
Hayden consoles’ himself with
Roxanna, a rowdy woman jour-

nalist from back home in Newlife

These emotional
are of little consequence in a novel
whose main concern is to record
the response to Italy of one earnest

criss-crossings



Minor Key

By GEORGE MALCOLM
THOMSON

‘THE CRADLE OF NEPTUNE. By
John Lodwick, Heinemann, 10s.
6d. 285 pages,

WHEN a brilliant uneven and
truculent novelist like John Lod-
wick goes for his theme to his own
publie school, it is a fair assump-
tion that Alma Mater is in for an
unfilial trouncing, On the whole
Dartmouth, scene of The Cradle
of Neptune, comes well out of the
ordeal

Lodwick brings to fiction a
mind singularly free from bias in
favour of mankind, Nor is he one

of your mealy-mouthed writers
determined either to ignore the
worst or hint at it Each page

seems to bear at the top an invisi-
ble warning “For Men Only”.

The future admirals bold for
England's sake, on whom Lodwick
bends his sardonic gaze, include
a smoothly vicious boy named
Shingle, and Don Carlos, affable
heir-apparent to a continental
throne (momentarily overturned
by revolution). This prince, who
has chosen to be educated at Dart-
mouth as the only way of escaping
the Jesuits, earns among his com-
panions a high reputation as a
palmist

hen there is Carnell who steals
postal orders from his comrades,
thus giving Roffey (central figure
in the story) an opportunity to
realise his (only) ambition, that
is, get himself expelled by arrang-
ing to be caught with the stolen
money in his hands.

Rotfey is an example of a weak-
hess of Lodwick’s—his readiness
to sacrifice verisimilitude to wit.
Roffey is too adult, clever, deter-
mined, desperate, “tough”, Lod-
wick, his creator, would be a still
finer novelist he





the resistance movements, have
ended by boring us. Here is one
brushed by the wings of greatness.

The narrator is sent by the secret
leaders of the Home Front to in-
vestigate a leakage of information
in a small Norwegian town. In
an atmosphere. poisoned with fear
and suspicion, he makes startling
discoveries, Heidenreich, a local
Nazi sympathiser, is an _ old
acquaintance of his from the uni-
versity; Heidenreich’s wife is the
girl he had loved and lost while
a student; and Heidenreich’s
“son’’, fanatical leader of the Nazi
party in the town, is in fact his
son, whose existence he has never
suspected

To a grim melodrama Hoel
brings uneasy insight in motives
ironic writing; humour; above all,
a personal lyricisrn. Best novel this
week; an outstanding novel any
week.

THE WEST PIER. By Patrick
Hamilton Constable, 12s. 6d. 308
pages.

HAMILTON has his own ideas
about how to tell a story—-and his
own ideas of what story to tell.
His method is rather dry and old-
fashioned, He stands a little apart,
prim but unshockable, whispering
to the reader calm little asides as
the horrid story—and it is a hor-
rid story—unfolds: “Much as we
may dislike the character of Gorse
it must be conceded that he did
things thoroughly.”

What Gorse did was to swindle
a poor young girl out of her life
savings. But Gorse, it is plain,
will not remain on this lowly rung
of the ladder, He has a future!
One day his photograph will ap-
pear in all the pewspapers as the
Man with the Hypnotic Eyes.
Hamilton deals severely with such
sensationalism: “Gorge had no
hypnotic quality: all he did was



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“Mr. X” is more puzzled than amused at}
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; | rere 5 i “I believe you are the air force’s civilian
were low because waterfront workers re- | American in search of a “back- “chow-off” But, let it mae at ee See ae expert in this field. We are ready to hear
t } . watt 1 ‘ ates s , s fi reates ; ” g s field. > ar
fused to unload ships and the relation- a inndiesinng eee. ae anes, he has plenty of tglent to greatest pains. mae wo,” S 5 |
ships between employers and employees | 6, pauses before the masterpieces: ~ °™ A tate of crime and moral tur- Genes Ghenrd iamaseiaieen’t Few
were most unsatisfactory. Today there is “To find all this with you!” of MEETING AT THE MILESTONE. ediscltoe’s. le ma tena ith vi a pe at 5 ne ma sy Se . -
a change. according to Mr. Adams, and | gentle satire at the expense of By Stgurd Hoel. Secker and tang of its ow. “| didn’t bring a civilian expert. The Finest for
a change, accor Ing ef tecnico Ste American expatriates Warburg. 13s. 6d. 284 pages. , a | we
the entire community stands to benefit Lewis's last book is slight, in a COUNTLESS novels, seeking to World Copyright Reserved. ‘WHO ARE YOU?’ A bright
minor kes id a x stful mood exploit our emotions on behalf of —L.E O'Mahoney. patiently: “I’m referring to we k d
LLL LLL LLL CCL CL ttn . - . ae)
rT) R i : s : ' }the gentleman sitting near’ you.” as -
ur eaders | ay | The general (not so patiently); “I know Tea
E Sine i s i HO eee ee . ps tila a that, sir, but he’s not in our group.” RED ROSE
University College Damage normal soon, Lack of telephones !8 Whe damage feared to the Junior road; although the road is cun- | , , gs .
To The Editor The Advocat and electric light is a handicap ee Room with such under- structed on Mc. Adam tarred sys- O'Mahoney (even less patiently, and LIPTONS et ,
umes , on but dlr water-supply is all right, §"@duate property as their piano, tem. The same road passes through 1s z iy bee , CHOYCE TIPS Os
rere ce for are of the U <0 No personal injuries Principa’s Wireless set, ete. Barbadian elevated lands and contains no re- | staring at the man): “Then who are you MYNA
receive J WS O e Uni- ora) ; Sea ners ray : ” ~
Gavate ‘College of the We ‘ ‘ee house undamaged Phe Library undergraduates at present on _ taining walls. The earth from the | with ? | aa For Cocktails
after the recent hurricane in C&me off very well the roof Vacation here have shown spon- lands at the sides of the road, is The civilian, calmly: “I’m with a New York oe
Jamaica. The full text of the eld, thank goodnes , the books ‘taneous initiative by organising a washed on the road by the rains, Tene . 3 \ Coff VIENNA SAUSAGES
telegram from the Principal to 2" in pretty good pe, There oh od ahha making good this and it stays there and creates | firm. orree SARDINES |
Mr. Grantley Adams lich is, of course, a certain amount of 108s tis will be held on Wed- pot-holes which are vo.’ danger- | O'Mahoney looked startled, and asked: ANCHOVI
oo eee fs eial , ad a age from wate it nothing "eSsday Sept. 26th. Any offers of ous. Secondly, the road heads to “How did vy itd here 2” ICA PRUNES
of the Regional Economic Com- Serious. Staff houses whieh were tance will be gratefully re- Flying Fish corner at Spring Farm ow did you get in here : LIPTON CHEESE BISCUITS
Std ed ante tna occupied have not suffered greatly ceived by Mr. J. C. L. Drakes junction is constructed without the | And this was the explanation the stranger 7 - BLUE JACK STRAWS
mittee was as follows (Tel: 337: RED WHITE & BLU
“Please inform Government ana Ut the very newest one (:.ot yet ae cena e . least thought of making means to | offered : MAXWELL HOUSE
Resident Tutor University Col- Occupied) was badly damaged be- AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH, convey the rain water from the Se pa NESCAFE i :
isua’ damabed but not severely, cavse othe large trees’ in that y Resident Tutor. gutters to a catch pit or an appro- ‘ . 7 Canned Foods
Hoping pied ah ‘rial ching part of the Colle Common. &-9.5! priate place. This water during JUST WALKED IN Heins Soups
October. Library intact. Labora- The trees car on ti Road C ‘ rainy seasons gives much uneasi- “IT just walked in. The door was open. LUNCHEON MEAT
tories under repair.” eeu ang t e} 7 soa@ Construction ness to those who live at Flying “T th sht i rac ¢ ing. Nobody CHICKEN SALMON
In a postscript to a business let- ‘damage there, K mess In St. Thomas Fish Corner and further down the I thought it was an open meeting. Nobody MONGOLE PILCHARDS
cain Agtlstant Semetshe Ay f f het ha die west. It crosses the road diagon- asked me any questions and nobody said I ASPARAGUS LIBBY’S VEGETABLES _—
Sinwaobs. wrote infor: Ss ae LW... o t , d e Editor » Advocate— ally about 30ft. in length, and anid si : 99 CELERY SPAGHETTI & CHEESE
ee saaeande a Y SIR,—1I had always been pre- starts from the edge of the junc- could not come in, TOMATO FRUIT SALAD
hs : ired to keep mute respecting tion and ends at the stand post. Consternation now. O’Mahoney whispered VEGETABLE APRICOT NECTAR
Gea a - tore ith It ! re Covernment affairs; but this is one I.e. It crosses the junction and the gat daa eer ie mi . Pc Bea get Ce reece pee ae aes cas
Fe yu etapa il ‘ t ‘ ne that I ve to blow my principal road. I do hope that this to a clerk: “Call the F.B.1. GOLD BRAID RUM
espect of the pre- will catch the eyes of those in au- Footnote: There new regulatfon now at ee Ee
1c in the thority and that they will make the





eans to alleviate the situation.
JOHN HAYWOOD

Spring Farm.

| Phone Goddards early to-day

J

White Hall, and
growing in the



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8, 1951





St. Peter’s News :



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



OIL, COMPANIES CARRY GUT SUB-SURFACE SURVEY
Within Five Miles Of
Barbados’ Coars

HE
Ble.

Dr

rently carrying on seism
miles off Speightstown,
yesterday
“Because of the small
become necessary for the
seismograph prog













aerial
order to get a clearer picture of
Barbados Gulf to initiate a marine
ramme which will extend some !—5 miles

k.
INDEPENDENT EXPLORATION COMPANY under M Magistr
mtract with the Barbados Gulf Oil Company are cur-

perations about one and a half
W. F.

size of Barbados and in
the sub surface, it has



















off the coast of Barbados” he said.
The company has diseussed the
: matter theroughly with the Gov-
susan en a i ind in particular with
Barrister Ss the Fishery Officer in order that
no unnecessary damage to the
A cur.
Introduced Srinibtin biog th
? | j B r d on in the Gulf of Mexico
6 « i off the coast of Texas and
0 sOCa ar Louisiana and the oil companies
there have spent considerable
Two Trinidad barristers, Mr. time ind money investigating
Wilired W. J. Alexander : Mr. how much damage is caused by
Seilochan B. Dolsingh who ap- cybmarin explosions
peared for the defence in the By ing the charges near the
Boysie Singh case in Trinidad gsurface and at considerable dis-
and are here on holiday, were tance from any known fishing
yesterday introduced to the loca) panks, it has been proved that
bar and admitted to practise ¥Y damage to fish is minute.
the Honourable The Chief Judge, To date, the seismic contractors
Sir Allan Collymore for the Barbados Gulf Oil Com-
Neither Mr. Alexander noy Mr. pany have noted and reported
Dolsingh, however, intends prac- only three dead fish in the course
tising here of four days’ operation
Introducing them, the Solicitor
General, Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., ”
said he had great pleasure in HE HIGHWAYS COMMIs-
making the introduction of the SIONERS of St. Peter are still
two members of the t of the w y on their road programme
neighbouring colony Trinidaa. ir -obelle. Their activities are
Mr. Alexander was called to the concentrated on Terminal Road

bar by the Honourable Society
Gray’s Inn in July 1946 and
Dolsingh was called by the

of
Mr.
Hon-



ourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
in November 1949

He said he was assured by the
two lawyers at they had m
tention of _practising at the loc
bar

No Rare Event

The Honourable the Chief
Judge said that time wags when
the introduction of a barrister-at-
law in the courts of this island
was a rare occasion and quite
an event in legal circles

“Nowadays,” he said, “the ad-
mission both of sons of the soil and

of lawyers from neighbouring
colonies to the bay of the island
are frequent.

“T can assure you, however
that this in no wav detracts
from the warmth of the welcome
which I extend to you this
Bench. I wish vable
holiday here and iccess
of your ctice in Trinidad

trom

you



further s































“You are now admitted to Drivers say wit wail the ~ ase sag ry ND rear ap Certificate by His Excellency the Governor, the Chief Scout
practice in the courts of this Sov" os Deez alae eter toad The Precise's shipment has found — Gf Barbados, at Government House yesterday evening
island if you desire to do so.’ veniclés on 0 ' . € ad. part of an earlier shipment of The ceremony was held on the the first to win the Badge and

The two lawyers said they lumber stacked on the waterfront grounds in the presence of Certificate locally and it is a
thanked the Honourable the The Precise is expected to be in parents and scouters, Smith and pleasure that 1 ask Your Excel-
Chief Judge for his kind remarks SILVER CHALLENGE CUP Barbados quite » number of days Lewis were invested scoutgs in lency, as lcal Chief Scout, to males
and they _ would: assure him it lies in waiting for-the B.C.L. before she completes the discharg- 1946 while Rudder’s career a& a the presentation, Major Gri 1
was not their intention to prac- Cjyb of St. Peter which gets the !"& of the cargo. scout began in 1948. p said
Li a coe an . aaa t highest points in the present com- ay eee, wee cs nt Impertant

ey also said they wanted to petit; a thts bi cal the President on . Cuke < Excellency, before present-

on petition. St. Peter can now boast 7 , / ‘ Hi ixcellency, I
a ~~ meses ee a. of two B.C.L. Clubs and it will 75-) ear-Old Moves and the Island - ee eine’: ing the Badges and Certificates
eral for the readiness with WhICN pe the first time that such a cup ° Major J. E. Griffith, The King d
; pe $ 5 & 7 7 4 re ’ al
he agreed to introduce them. Tt will be given, With The Land Scouts entered with the King “For me, this presentation of
was an honour to belong to the Belleplaine C.C. carried off the Colour and His Excellency re- King's Scouts badges is an im-
distinguished bar of Barbados. Silver Challenge Cup of the last With a tear in his eye, 75-year- ceived the Colour : portant event. It is the first aca-
° season as they were first in the old Frederick Williams wiil have Island Commissioner Griffith sion in my life when I have had
international Leeward Division of the B.C.L. to move this home from the spot presenting the King’s Scouts, said; the honour and privilege of pre-,
Ccmpetition. in St. Simons, St. Andrew, where “Up to the year 1946 the highest conti these award and
i - . d 1 <.N.R s, Speaker > has e ying I > than award for Efficiency which a Boy . ,
J ayre » Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, Speaker he has been living for more n awar¢ r E Y certificat
Aeradio Phanke of the House of Assembly, pre- 52 years. There are many diffi- Scout could earn was the Kin But for you three Scouts, today
4 ; * sented the Cup to the skipper of cult tasks the old man would Scout Badge, a Badge instituted far more important, for you have
For Assistatice Belleplaine C.C. cn Monday night prefer to do rather than move, by King Edward VU not only the honour and privileg:
oe - before a representative gathering out he was threatened with land- . . if bein kn publicly a
After Jamaica Hurricane of other B.C.L. Clubs and their slides so often during the roa King’s Colour KING'S SCOUT, but you have. the
“ons th and this house is sinking I} responsibility of bein \
Dama e patrons. ‘ mon : : ae 9 9 ont aft cou hea J
g& Mr. J. M. Hewitt, Secretary of and moving about so much, ae te oe tai p rs as ut- model scout for others, It i

International Aevadio (Cary the B.C.L., sponsored the function. his life would be in danger if he Miininrins a T ania ‘d for the tremendous privilege to be able

Ltd., wao, at e recent qdis- remained. ea coo sont om +,, to link yourself with Hi Majest
; . . illiams, a tailor, lived there colony the distinction of being the | o£ own as

astrous Janval hurricane were WwW . ‘ King’ : the King and to be known

responsible tor the rapid restora- i i with his 74-year-old wife, a son first to win the ing’s Colour in Scout honoured by the King

) : ; sécommuni LETTERS OF. and a grand-daughter and yes- one of the seven areas in the "cg outing in Barbados is at a low
a of aeronautic Le i terday when he began to talk of Commonwealth to which a silken bears Vou ate being watched and
cvtions facilities ut Palisadoes air- ‘ : at : he : . a9 ee c z ae : ym ft f ve a
port, have received the following ADMINISTRATION his having to remove from \ ? Union Flag wa presented for th criticized, but it is by your. own

r z ee 8 old spot where he has made highest percentage of King exertions and by your own ex
expressions of appreciation from ‘he Honourable the Chief many a pair of pants, tears gath- Scouts, the troop being knov mole that you. will earn the re-
the Colonial Office: : , Judge, Sir Allan Collymore yes- ered in his eyes. for that year as the King’s Troop. © es, of the people of Barbado

The Governor of Jamaica terday granted the petition of For many years now, he has “In 1946 the standard of testy ®t Return to vais troops and
has asked that an expression Of (jarine E. King of Roebuck been seeing the action of land- for all Scout Badges was appre ‘ aoc pester effort to bring your
thanks of Government of Street, widow, for letters of slides about his districts, but they ably raised and that of Kin; we on ‘ the King’s Plait

Jamaica should be conveyed to Administration to the estate of never troubled him as they have Scout was further enhanced ar oer ca is cael

your company for the prompt her husband Milton King, who during this rainy season. given a new dignity by His Majest te Message

and efficient manner in which died at Capetown, South Africa. He has remained at this spot the King who graciously approve King 8S Viessage 3 a

International Aeradio (Carib- Mr. J. E. T. Brancker instructed ever since the landslides began to of a Certificate a messag His Excellency then read th

bean L ited restored the vy Messrs Haynes & Griffith, shake the house, but at last he pearing hi ignature accompan King’s Message to each King

aeronautical telecommunications + citors, appeared for Clarine has been persuaded by his friends ing the Badge Scout. It wa worded A aa
facilities at Palisadoc irport that it might be wiser to remove “The presentation of the Bad King’s Scout you have prepared
after the recent hurricane. It is e following wills were He is going only a quarter of @ anq Certificate is always made by yourself for service to God and]
understood that it was mainly tted to probate. mile away, though. ,the local Chief Scout in person your fellowmen, and ha\ how
owing to the rapid restoration te Marjorie Arthur, Kent, “It would break my heart if I]:, 4 simple but always impressive yourself a worthy men ber of th
of the e facilitic t j ,s England; Ambrozine Moore, St. had to go further,” he said, “fOr |c.eremony when the Scout is re great Scout Brotherhood, I wish
f he « NV 1ael; Samuel Josiah Murray, the Brethren Assen bly which 1s quired to renew his Promise. The you God Speed on your journe
f : ervices >t: Andrew; Ethelind Elvira Mc- near where I live and where first of these investitures was heli through life; may it prove fo
€ nN 24 ur Tnt sh, St. Michael; James Regi- have been accustomed to ing OD | at Imperial Headquarters you a joyou adventure The
: of State is! Sald Worrell, Christ Church, a Sunday has become part of me | April, 1947. message was signed by the King
CLE with OPPPIS9SS93599S9 9995 VS ISIS SSSSIFAI IO FP OOFF G | “The boys before you Sir, are himself
of appreciation % % | ema MRIREE ote te
t work done by x ™ = | ‘ Y +

ere s \) SUMMER

a a Te sy. | SUMME

for it to be communicated. to all CLT rs fi Pa

ay | UNDEI

Conference Heid , 1,
>t S rity of the hurri- , y. 7, y "Ke

secs the compl em Leah BUY NOW AND SAVE! eas
cane and the complete lz of - |
amunica ven: eu rbiee Houbigant’s Celebrated French Colognes and Perfumes Assorted ¥ | SA i L
MOTRIN ; sumed that t cor Y c g | b
municatior facil we ali z : — : pee y
pletely y and Mr Re Colognes Scented Lge. Size Orig. Price $3.60 Now $1.50 e

Tilson Manager ' 2 § “ OE: -

Wilson, Ms i ; it es Ne CM le Elizabeth Howard
en ee tintin! cede’ % 5 He Sml. _,, ” : Peg 60 }
ence witt mmunic y I eh M ale “ v | Another of zabeth Howard's
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result of hich equipment and % : Med. ~ ” 2.40 90 6) ght to t teen-aged
technicians accompanied Mr — % E 4 ment : , 1.56 = 60 % | Cl a Me rebels inst
ae I % , : % the conventior urrounding fe
, 2.30a.m. § La France Rose Perfume ” ” 5.00 , 2.88 % male life i year 1852 and
. ; ‘| % Quelque Fleur Perfume * ; 8.00 " 6.60 % | finally disgraces herself by daring
% 4 to go, unescor to a lecture on
Â¥ 3 9 8 >
t xter to! } * e ’ ‘ ° 6.00 Py 4.09 , women's Right But fortunately
nd « t commu-|% 3 “ tye 4.00 , %.¢0 §| there is Grandpa who sails hi
‘ - *s % | von ship anc as a great ym-
: : % | nathy, for his ing granddaugh-
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FRESH SHIPMENT OF Cla er happine
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: PURINA CHOWS - wae oC

COOLING OFT

near to the Cove Bay—where they

are ¢€ {fe cti
bridge
Some

of the

repairs and erecting
weeks ago the foundation
bridge being laid
have now got the bridge
fo ground level. During the past
two weeks work was considerably
held up by rain

was
They

4 * *
RIVERS of motor vehicles
and cyclists are becoming
omed to the new traffic
ions which are practised in
Speightstown on Mondays and
Saturdays

The flow of
lay is smooth,
nece



accu

regula

these
duty
the
and
are

traffic
Police do

at the ary corners of
town to dire those drivers
cyclists who either forget or

or





ignorant of the regulations.
Traffic signs are also posted in
some of the streets

Some of the traffic signs tell
drivers between what hours and

on which side of the Streets they
must park their vehicles daily.




















Auer told the Advocate

‘ arrived







ALSO
CHICK FEEDERS

Fined 10/- For

Blackguarding

=. A. MCLEOD Polic
ate District “A’,
yesterday fined Eustace Watson o!
the Union, St. Joseph, 10/- for
blackguaraing on Bay Street and
5/- for violating one of the Police
Traffic Rules.

f
of

A witness for the prosecution
said that Watson wes told to re-
move his motor lorry from a re-
tricted spot in Bay Street by a

policeman.- Instead of obeying the
order, Watson started to abuse the
policeman,
R. E. B. CARTER yesterday
performed a post mortem ex-
amination on the body of H zel
Searles of Carters, St. John, who
fell from the door of her
September 6

house on
Thursday, about 4
p.m.
The date of
yet been fixed.
WO HUNDRED AND THIRTY
FIVE holes of second crop
ratoons were burnt by fire at
Draxhall Plantation, St. George on
Thursday night about 10.45 o'clock
Quick action on the part of
neighbours prevented the fire from
spreading to another canefield
EMEERS of the Seventh Day

an inquest has not

Adventist Church in St
Joseph will be given a seres of
lectures by Mr. L. babb. ‘To iilus-

trate some of his points, Mr. Babb

will use u film projector,
R. C. L. WALWYN, Acting
Pctice Magistruie of District
“A”, yesterday commiited Edmund

Ash of Deacon's Road, St. Michael,
to the next sitting of the Court of
Grand Session on a charge of ob-
taining money from Ianthe Rock
by false pretences.
The Police alleged that the of-
fence was committed on August 4
HE INQUIRY into the circum-
stances surrounding the death
of Katherine Hall of Westbury
Road, St. Michael has been fixed
for Monday, September 10 at Dis-
trict “A’ Police Court when the
Coroner will be Mr. G. B. Griffith,

Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”,
Katherine Hall was one of the

occupants in the motor car X-697
which overturned on Dayrells Hill
Road, St. George on Monday, Sep-
tember 3. She was taken to the
General Hospital the same day and
died about 4.30 p.m. on Wednes-
day September 5. Dr. A. L. Stuart
performed the post mortem
BOUT 400,000 feet of lumber
here from the Ba-
hamas yesterday by the motor ves-
sel Precise. The shipment came to











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MANY YEARS of research by General Blectric lightnin,
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THREE GET KING'S
SCOUT BADGES

THREE Barbadian Scouis, for the first time in the his-
|, have gained the highest award in Scout-
Smith and Geoffrey Rudder of the
Lewis of the Bethel Scout

tory of the islanc
ing. The three, Wesley 5
First Sea Scouts and Lawrence of t
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otection to a slightly wider area,
director of the G.E. High Voltage

and

|

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Yesterday

of the

everyone
th

complained
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vt va n vacation rushed
seaside and this was shown by the

t to





large amount of people who were
on the various beaches of the
island basking in the sun

In the shade the thermomet
showed 90 degrees Fahrenheit. A
the snack bars in the City we
cor ] visited tk thir
workers who took a five minut
break to enjoy a cold drink

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THE ORIGINAL SUPREME 5)

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at

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First Time Since The \})

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t

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{

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prepared by a well-known

London physician and placed

on the market asa Tonic

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|

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Wine is a household

word in every city, town and

y
| village of Great Britain, and
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

_—_

For Births, Marriage vr Ex ent
wnouncements in Carib Calling the
tharge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per werd for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
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The charge for announcements af
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eagements, and "n Memoriam notices is
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foy any number a. words up to 50, and
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THANKS

YARDE—The undersigned beg to thank
those who have expressed their
sympathy .n many ways occasioned
by the death of their father Lacey
Yarde, who fell asleep 4th September

1951.
Douglas, Eric, Binley Yarde (sans),





Mrs. Gwendeline King, Mrs. Anetha
Morris, Miss Iris Yarde (daughter).
8.9.51—In.



IN MEMORIAM

—___-.

BELGRAVE —In loving memory of Lilian
ee who died on 8th September
1

Lost in sight of home where wife's
last farewell still lingers dear;
And that saddest kiss at parting
brings to mind the falling tear,
Ever to be remembered by Osear Bel+
grave (Husband) and family.



8.9.51—In





BRKATHWAITE—In loving memory of
James Edward Brathwaite who died on
the Bth of September 199

The pains of death are past

Labour and sorrow cease

Ae life’s long warfare closed at

ast

His soul is found in : i
Caroline (widow), Goulbourn, Laurence,
Alfred,* Elric (sons), Clarice (daughter).

7 8.9.51—1n.

i

CALI 'DAR—In loving mémory of my
beloved mother Mildred Callendar,
who fell asleep
September 1950,

Asleep in Jesus blessed sletp
From which she will never wake to
weep
Always remembered by her loving
Daughter, Mrs. Thelma Ramsay, (sister:

ara diepscenieen

in Jesus the 8th of

r ion B: Bath Brushes, b

Mrs. Iris Lashley}, Mrs. Pearl Parris | Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder

niece, ¢Trinidad) . 8.9.51—In Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bewl
Brushes, and many others



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
AND TRANSPORT

Vacancies for Road Overseers,
Grade I.

Applications are invited for
appointments to vacant posts of
Road Overseers,

The post is pensionable with



rising by annual increments of |*
$72 to $1,632 per annum.

Buds.
2. The appointment will be on| per bar.

one year’s probation in the first
instance and will be made sub.

sel’ beautiful silver fox cape tor $250.

|

Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696.

beauty Palm Olive Si . per
bottle, Cussons Cream Olive Soat at Ric.
per cake,

salary at the rate of $1,200 a year; LTD.



over 24
_—— 3 cents a worl week—4 cents a
on Sundays; '

ROCK HALL PLANTATION, St Peter

Offers will be received by the owner C

A | Kellman up to September 14th
1 UTOMOTIVE | 2.9.51—4n |
CAR—Buick Straight Eight. J-1 in|” “THE HAVEN”

. E — Just over thr
geod order. Appiy; L. N Simpson, | miles from town. It is built of one
Guinea, St. John. Dial 95223. and has open verandah, Drawing and

8.9.51—6n Sor rooms, 3 bedrooms, Toilet and

ath, kitchen and stands on \ of an acr

CAR-—Hillman, 1946 model in perfect | oi land with fruit trees. Price attrac:
condition. Apply: W Wells, T. Geddes | tive, Apply on the premises or te
Grant Ltd. Phone 2861, 7.9.5l—3n.|D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane
| Dial 2743. .9.5)—ar
CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in Arst ae

clwss order will make an excellent Taxi.
Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce
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IMMEDIATE delivery Morris Minor
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and Grey. 10 Cwt. Morris Cowley
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ELECTRICAL

Ee

KADIO—One Philips Radio. Excellent
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SPORTS CYCLE — (ty Lady's

“Humber” Sports Cycle—Cheap for cash.
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TYPEQWRITERS—Al! sized new n-odels

also large, Med. second hand machines.
BRADSHAW & COMPANY

7.9. 51—2n.

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
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Ladies

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2.9.91—

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REAL ESTATE

ee
The undersigned will offer for Sale a:
public competition at their Office, ¥

17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday

tha l4th day of September, 1951 at ©)

p.m. :—
The two-storied Dwellinghouse known

as “CONISTON”, with the land whereor |

the same stands and thereto belonging.
containing by admeasurement 6,422
square feet or thereabouts, situate at
lth Avenue Bellevill:, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736.
For further particulars and condition
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—N.E.D





The undersigned will offer for Sale a

; ’ | Elsie Muillings, Sylvia Mullings, Leonie Tntransit for Martinique

public competition at their Office, No a, Sonal Tamme ee, am ae os. a Lee | MeNamara, Kathleen Martel. Dr Yausnan Andre Robin

17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday. | 5\/joaet Soe betare the iBth ne: | Wells, Frank Roherser Intransit for Guadeloupe
the 14th day of September, 1961, at 239! OGRE WO ogi Smeucore, te 18th. day From Martinique } Armand Robin, Julie Martin
p.m . ~ Gintrifaat “th tH : on Raoul De Laguarigue, Caroline De} Intransit for Antigua

THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing yar ed _to th ene annets of the | Laguarigue | Margaret Harris
on $,033 square feet of land, ‘adjoining | paving regi’ to ree gntitied thereto From St. Kitts For Guadeloupe
the Barbados Aquatic Club, together cee aenne to the debts and ae David Etmage, Lioyd Aaron, Rev , Armand Robin, Julie Marfr
with the Goodwill and Assets of the coy. which —— then eh ae
business, now carried on under the | D¢tce, and that 1 shull not be liable eaaincelipiaatapinistiitiar Rice Uk ee ee
setae of Sean, een ee Pee

INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | had notice at the time Of eae ent GOVER E T iF CE
days, and Fridays, between the hours of a eh distri | NM IN NO I

4 and 6 p.m.
premises.
For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply. to :—
Ge TTLE, CATFORD & .Co.
. ; 31 8.51—13n"

“MARSE VILLE” —This desirous
property which eontaing all the neces-
sory con-.eniences, standing on 1/8 of
an acre of land along Bank Hall main
road, This is a substantial investment.
ONE PROPERTY—m Tweedside Road,
with shop. This is a very good in-
vestment for- business |
ONE PROPERTY—Chattel Rouse, with |
two roofs, kitchen etc, Standing on

on application on the

3,363 sqr. ft. of land. And many other
ae houses. All price reasonable to |
sell. |
THE EBONY REAYTY & COMMISSION
AGENCY
Marhill Street, Dial 5001
8.9.51—2n





AUCTION





8.9.51-—-t.f.n.

two essentials to
at Bac

HERE! Are the

Call for them at KNIGHT'S
6.9.51—3r

NUT ROLLS and Rose}
Fresh Canadian Candy Bars i2c.
Bruce Weatherhead Limited.
8.9.51—2n.





——
ONE FOWL COOP—8% ft. by 4 ft. | Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot

ject to the selected candidates |; 4-1 dition.
being passed as medically fit for rabbits. A. willl
employment in the Public Ser-| bury.
vice.

Sictnteasencnsetinieneminsaaess peeepitmetibeiors semcetissiins
‘ ORGAN—Small Family Organ Windsor
3. Candidates, who should be} .- Cornish American preferred, Apply:

A. Williams, Kingsley, New-

8.9.51—2n.

Can be used for| at Airy Hill, Saint Joseph on Wednes-
day next

AUCTION SALE AT CUSTOMS
On Tuesday 11th September at 12.30
oclock at the Customs, I will sell by
Auction 75 Cartoons of Paraffin Wax,
(6) Six Deal Planks, and 2 Pkgs, con-
teining 12 cartoons of Cigarettes.
Terms strictly CASH, D'ARCY A.
» Govt. Auctioneer.

7.9.51—4n

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

instructions received



By from Mrs.



12th September at 2 p.m.
cne double roofed house size 20 x 10

between the ages of 30 to 40 years | No.

and who must have had experi-
ence in read work, must be able
to read and write English, to

keep correctly the Labour and} & Taylo

Distribution Rolls, to set out and
and measure up all descriptions

of road work and to perform any | scopes each with

50 Swan Street, or Phone 3121.
8.9.51—2n.

saan Seeeeneepunenenee ee
OLDHAM BATTERIES for Cars and

Trucks, sold with a guarantee. Redman
rs Garage Ltd. Phone 4435.
7.9.51—3n.

3 strips Film, real

otner duties that may be required | amusement for children and grown ups,

of them by the Director.
4. successful
will be required to keep a motor

ance of his duties, A travelling
allowance will be paid in accord-
ance with the provisions of the

Travelling Allowance Regulations | ‘UNIMET

in force. ’

5. Applications, which should
be submitted on the prescribed
form, obtainable from the Colon.

candidate | 481°.

—
SOAP & COLOGNE--We offer to-day a‘
vehicle for use in the perform-| a - ‘

$1.56 each. Stanway Store, Lucas St.
8.9,.51—2n.

reduction due to over stock Erasmi:
Cologne in’ taney bovdee th ot.
‘oloy in faney 1/6 per bot.
KNIGHT'S LTD. 69.5131
i
'OR'—Constructional Angle
makes absolutely Rigid Steel Framework.
From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’
you can construct Benches, Storage,
Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for
Light Buildings, scaffolding and other

ial Secretary’s Office and sealed useful equipment. Available from Stock,

in an envelope marked “Applica-
tion for post of Road Overseer,
Grade I, Department of Highways
and Transport”, should be
addressed to the Director of

Highways and Transport and will | ete.
be accepted up to 4 p-m., on Sat- | KNIGHT'S LTD.

urday 15th of September, 1951.
23.8.51—3n.



FOREIGN COMPENSATION
COMMISSION
Attention is invited to the com-
ing into force of the Foreign
compensation (Czechoslovakia)
(Amendment) Order in Council
1951, (SI. 1951 No. 1166). This
Order adds further Slovak and

contact
S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.
Dial 3713—4966. 4.9.51—In.

XMAS GIFTS—Come in and _seleci
from our stock of Matchabellis French
Duchess of York, Stradavari,
A 50% reduction to clear,
6.9.51—3n



FOR RENT

word on Sundays;



HOUSES

eee
Czechoslovak Laws and Decrees} CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
to the Schedule to the Foreign | tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.

Compensation
Order in Council 1950, (S.I. 1950
No. 1191) and amends certain of
the Articles of that Order laying
down the requirements which
persons claiming compensation
are called upon to satisfy.
Persons who consider that they
may claim to be entitled to re-
ceive compensation by reason of

the Amending Order in Council | day from 9 a.m. to 1i p.m. and 2

should write giving their full
name and address to the Secre-
tary of the Foreign Compensa-

i i i ate,| Beulah, St. Philip—drawing,
tion Commission, 1, ere or rea pies

S.W.7, forthwith and
event not later than 30th Novem-
ber, 1951.
with accompanying
will then be forwarded.

Persons who have already sub-

An Application Form | Taylor at corner shop.
INStrUCtIONS | eee

(Czechoslovakia) Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All

conveniences. Apply on premises.
3.8.51—t.f.n.

HOUSE—Roomy House at Carlton, St.
James. Apply to I. Yearwood (Bus
Conduetor), Carlton, St. James.

7.9.51—3n.

IVY LODGE—Wwy Road, with three

ms, toilet and bath upstairs.
Good place to keep a dairy or other
business. Time for inspection





p.m,
to 4 p.m. except Sundays. Apply: E
Clarke on the premises. 8.9.51—2n
VERDUN—Comfortable Cottage near
sitting,

ms, rune

ning water, bath and toilet. Kitchen,
gerage, enclosed yard. Apply: Mr,
7.9,51—3n

FOR RENT ON LONG LEASE
ONE NEWLY BU*LT BUNGALOW on
t. James Coast (7 miles from town).

an application and who, Fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

may wish to amend it by reason
of the Amending Order in Coun-
cil, are at liberty to do so under
the Foreign Compensation Com-
mission Rules Approval Instru-
ment 1950 Rule 18 (S.J. 1950
No. 2042).

The last named instrument as
well as all the relevant Orders
in Council and every other
ument relating thereto may be

seen on application in The Custo-| Sens (B’dos) Ltd.

dian of emy sees: Public
Buildings, Bridgetown .
™ : . 4.9.51—3n.





We buy anything connected with
STAMPS. Sheets, Single Stamps,
Collections, Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the
CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY
3rd Floor, No. 10, Swap St.



No. 2066

Star
Order of Foresters on
SUNDAY 9th SEPTEMBER 1961

Court Western

Ancient

at 112 Upper Roebuck Street in
memory of the late Bro. Leroy
Worrell Members of Kindred
Lodges and the general public

are invited.

A. and M. Hymn books will be

4

used 5.9. 51—2n
g over
. j "
SESSSOSS OSS GGG SS °











and toilet. All modern conveniences.
Private Beach, good sea bathing. Dial
2472. 8.9.51—3n.

WANTED
HELP









STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST, | |

who has had previous experience. Begin-
ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &
6.9.51—t f.n

MISCELLANEOUS



rong Bacolite Peep-

every ]





WANTED TO BENT
. WAREHOUSE; To RENT.
around City—Stanfeld free



Good pr.ces paid.

ACHIMY
Corner of Fairchild wae

WANTED

M:

Chairs, — Drersing
Centre Tables, Rockers,
and Deal or Pine Tables.
DARCY A.
Auctioneer,

G. A, Service’s
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

“Whatever makes men hap-
pier makes them better.”
—Goldsmith.

Gas makes Cookie happier
and makes her cook better
too!





and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
Auctioneer.

5.9.51—5n.





LOST

—<$______.

PARCEL—Small parcel on Thursday
night somewhere in St. Matthias Gap.
Will Ginder please communicate with the
Advo¢ate Advertising Dept, Rewarc
offered. 8.9.51—2n





In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station

Cahle and Wireless (West Indtes) Ltd.
advised that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station :—

§ S. Alcoa Pointer, S S. Alcoa Pilgrim
SS. Romana, SS City of Alma, SS
Cottica, SS. Vuleano, 8.5. Sea Breeze,
SS. General Sanmarten, S S Mobilgas,
SS. Hyalina, $S_ Latirus, SS. Ari-
gunia, S88 Colombie, SS. Loide Col-
ombia, SS. Republica De Venezuela.
S S.Williemstad, S S. Bonito, SS. Pol-
armaid, SS. Sundale, SS. Celilo, S.S
Sokna, SS California, S § Esso Anna-
polis, SS. Gibara, S S_ Beaverdam, S.S
Sjoa, S S. Ampac Washington



RATES OF EXCHANGE



CANADA
Sept. 7, 1951.
including Newfoundland)
63.3% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 61.4% pr.
Demand Drafts 61.25% pr.
Sight Drafts 61.1% pr.
63.3% pr. Cable
61.8% pr. Currency 59.9% pr.
Coupons 59.2% pr.

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels

Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Ete., Etc.

THANrS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466





MR. M. A. LAMPITT

VAUGHAN St. Joseph.



informs his friends that his

DANCE

changed

yf
been from
the 15th to 29th September,

8.9.51—In

NOTICE

Y. M. P. C.

Three Members having obtained
an equal number of Votes, it will
be necessary to have a Bye-

Election to fill two seats on the
Governing Body
The Ballot will

be held on
Thursday, September 13th 1951, at
the Club House, Beckles Road,
between the hours of 4.30 and
8.00 p.m.
Names of the Candidates are:—
L. E. Dash, O. E. Edghill and
H. C. M. Hunte.
P



LOST

PLOT AND SALE of the
Property of the late Mary
Jane Brathwaite of Arthur
Seat, St. Thomas. Persons
are therefore warned against
lending money on the same
property. The plot and sale
may be returned to Ermie
Brathwaite, Arthur Seat, St.
Thomas

8.9.51—1n.











BA
| PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten centa per agate line on
and 12 cents
minimum cherge
and $1.80 on Sundays.



NOTICE

This serves to inform the public thay
I will not be responsibie for any debt

Person or
persons whomsoever including my wife |
OLGA DOREEN ASHBY without a writ

| or debts contracted by any

ten order signed by me
SAMUEL V. ASHBY,
Monteith Gardens,
} Barbarees Hill,

| St. Michae!

or
} 14 Swen Street, Bridgetown.

8.9.51—2r

|
|
NOTIC
PARISH OF ST. JOHN

oh from the 10th to 29th Septembe,
| 1951,

= the office of the Parochial Taylor, Cleverson Clarke, Edward Hunte
‘Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays ‘ee . Barbara Hunte, Clennell Wickham, Clin
j only. ar oe ohh ton Nurse, Florence Harris, Richard
j R. S. FRASER, L Wharton, MH Wharton, W Bennett,| “em. Barbara Marsh, Eva Henry
Parochial Treasurer, [1 — Rovkeliffe, M_ Jones, E. Reece, A, ENCES Sor Somalis
St.John. / Feliu: M Feliu, T. Hawkins, | Burke,| Brenda Eeel, Bryan Seel
8.9.51—6n.|M_ Skipper, B Stunyogh, L Williams. For Porto Rico
} — H_ Hammond, F. Brady, R Legge, D Charles Phillips, Doris Phillips, Ed
NOTICE Allcroft, J. Alleroft: G. Bourne, C. Bay-| und Taylor, Cleverson Clarke, Edward
RE-ESTATE OF FREDERICK ADOL-| fe uc. ceee SF J. Saint. H. Curtis,| Hunte, Barbara Munte, Clennell Wick-
PHUS CAREW deceased. Morris, B Reekie, J Reekie, K.| ham, nton urse, Florence Harris,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al) | B@ekie. A_ Reekie, A. Walters, K. Hog- Richard Allen, Barbara Marsh, Eva
persons having any debt or claims upon ve. a ay . # Francis, V. Mati. | Hendy For St. Luet
or affeciimg the estate of Frederick Hose! ty, SR Ss en ey Hon. Bertie Easter, H 1E ster, Ch |
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in n ertie Easter, Hazel Easter, Cleo-

the parish of Saint Michael who died in

‘
this ~ er Evelyn Laurie, Billy Gitkes, Gerrard | Budoxie,Angela Eudoxie, Alvinah Charles,
| i951 —— hereby required “to sendin | Semean. Michael Douglas Guy Purehas, Frank Scherzer, Christine
particulars of their claims duly attested From St. Lucia Baptiste

tion.

And all persons indebted to the said |

estate are requested to settle
eccounts without delay
Dated this 10th. day of August 1951
JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor,
Adolphus Carew, deceased.
11.8.51—4n

Protest Over
G.A.T.T. In
B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 7,
The Georgetown Chamber of
Commerce to-day passed a resolu-
tion to be forwarded to the Gov-
ernment protesting against the
effect of the interpretation placed
on G.A.T.T. in relation to imperial
preference, asking remedial action
following a letter received from
the Trinidad Chamber.

President John DeAguiar, C.B.E.
in moving the resolution said “no

their



letter we can write Government on
the subject can be too strong.

Here in this colony we are grant-
ing all empire countries the same

tariff as granted the U.K., yet we

do not seem to get reciprocal treat-

ment on our goods.”







aching back. Often th

the

to blame, your kidneys,
with the liver, must filter out im-
purities from the bloodstream.
So Svea tes thas, worn-out, ised
— nay of aw
schikig Deak—look 8 Ban pone kite
neys and liver. That's why Cana-
dians have relying on Dr.
Chase’s Kidney- for over
half a century.
Give your system a_chance to

neys are

RiP be aint
Dr Cima” is your assurance. 3

Dr Chase's -

MIDNEY-LIVER PILL?



\G INSTITUTE
CLASSES

At Mount Tabor, St. John
Beginners in Book-keeping, Short-
hand, and Typewriting, Hand-
work ete., desirous of entering

any of these classes must send
in their application at once to









A. GRAHAM,
Headteacher, Mount Tabor,

St. John
8.9.51—2n.



NOTICE
to the
PARISHIONERS

of
ST. MICHAEL.

The Vestry of St.
Michael will appreciate
it if all owners of Trees,
which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these
trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary per-

mission for them to be



'
| 3 above.
trimmed, so that the full 3}
DO NOT APPLY IN WRITING
|% benefit of the light can be
| obtained. % | -R. T. MICHELIN
| 2 . Commissioner of Police
e 3
%,
E. C. REDMAN, $ | Police Headquarters
ss - Bridgetown,
Clerk, St. en ¢ j 6th September, 1951
estry. %)
PPOSSLOC LOO ASE: th

week-days
per
=a. Sundaye, |

Estate of Frederick |



98

LLLP SEPSIS

RBADOS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay

| James Winter, James Fields
From St Vineent
Charlies Lawson, Keith Frost, Gertrude
Saunders
DEPARTURES — By B.W.LA.L
Yacht MV For Trinidad

Marsaltese, Daerwood



Herbert N ville Cecil Crawford
Sch Lydia Adina S.. Sch Franklyn! Lucille Pile, Perey Turner, Dora Turner
DR , Sch. D’Ortac, Sch Rosarene, Sch.| jacob Glantz, Rev. Ivor Jones, Anns
Lucille M_ Smith, Sch Marion Belle} Jones, June Jones, Geoffrey Jones Val
Wolfe. MV C. L. M. Tannis, Sch | erie Jones, Amy Vilain, Mary Harford
Hariet Whittaker Francis Sandy Olga Allenby Joseph
’ ARRIVALS Ferguson, Cecil Ferguson, Marylin Fer-
SS Alcoa Pilgrim, 3,931 tons net, Capt | cuson, Christopher Ferguson, Duncar
Haagensen, from St Lucila Fergusen, William Casey, Ethel Casey
M.V Canadian Constructor, 3,936 tons For St, Vincent
net, Capt Wallace, from Trinidad Gerald Palmer, Jeannette Palmer, Eliz
| MV. Precise, 364 tons net, Capt | apeth Abbott, Joan Forde, Arthur Brun
Ritch, from Bahamas schweiler
DEPARTURES Fer Dominica
$S_ Eastwave, 4425 tons net, Capt Ivan Bevan, Dorothy Bevan, Flr
iad. for Trinidad Dewhurst
S Tacoma Star, 4,946 tons net, Capt For Antizus
mbridge, for Trinidad Avis Gumes, Patricia Williams, Thilip
| schooner Cloudia S., 52 tons net} williams, Gwendolyn Peters, Bentrice

{Capt Lewis, for British Guiana

SEAWELL

Landford, May DeLisle, Ray lessee
Intransit fer San Juan

| Charles Phillips, Doris Phillips, Edmund






From Dominica patra Waldon, Shirley Eudoxie,

Pp









THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

The Governments of the abovenamed Colonies have recently
established a Regional Economic Committee with headquarters in the |
| office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West |
| Indies,
| The primary functions of the Committee are to act as an agivis-
|ory and consultative body to the participating governments in eco-
|nomic matters, and to assume’ executive cnd financial control of a}
| British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service in the United King-
{dom and Canada. |

The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified |







If you're feeling out o-
Nights, or suffer from Dizziness, Ner-
vousness, Backache, Leg Pains, Swol-
len Ankles, Rheumatiam, Burning Pas |

, Exeess Acidity, or Losa of En-
ergy and feel old b ® Your time, Kid.
ney Trouble is the true cause

Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds





and need help to properly purify your
blood and maintain health and energy








Xe

SHIPPING

MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED,
(M.A.N.Z)

S.S. “PORT FAIRY” is scheduted to
j sail from Hobart June 28th, Bowen July |
t2th, Mackay July 20th, Brisbane July |
ist, Sydney August 4th, Melbourne |
August llth, arriving at Trinidad Sep- |
tember 8th, and Barbados September

lth

|



cargo this |
chilled and

In addition
vessel has ample
| hard frozen cargo |
| Gargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading for transhipment at Trinidad to
Sritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward
islands

For further particulars apply—
FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD,

TRINIDAD, }
BWwi

to general

space for

and

DA COSTA &
BARBADOS,
B.W.I,

ee Aoco





| persons for the following posts: —
| 1;

|
Executive Secretary to the Regional Economic Committee |
—at an annual salary of about £2,500, |

Candidates for this post should have a wide interest in
and sound knowledge of West Indian affairs. They should
possess high qualifications and experience in posts of com- |
parable character, adequate academic qualifications in eco- |
nomics or commerce, and have held appointments demanding |
| personal responsibility was initiative in business and/or!
government service.
Assistant Secretary (Statistician) |
—at an annual salary of about £1,500.

Candidates for this post should possess a recognised
qualification in statistics and administrative experience in
dealing with economic and commercial matters. The Assist
ant Secretary will be responsible for presenting statistical
material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the
Committee and its members. |
Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom |
—at a salary of about £2,500 per annum plus a representa- |

{
tion allowance of £1,500 per annum, |



Candidates should have wide experience of the West | |

Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility |
in the fleld of trade and commerce either in business or gov-
ment. They should preferably have experience of dealing
with matters of commercial policy, e.g, trade negotiations, etc,
Preference will be given to candidates having wide contacts
with trade and government organisations in the United King-
dom,
Assistant Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom
~~at an annual salary of about £1,320 in the first place plus |
a representation allowance of £500. |

The main burden of the day-to-day work of the London |
office will fall on.this officer. Candidates should therefore
possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-
istrative experience in dealing with matters of trade and |
commerce,
GENERAL

The Committee reserves the right to fill any post by invitation |
if no suitable applications are received. Salaries of the posts will be.
in the region of the figures stated but other terms of service (eg
leave, passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined. |
The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration in |
these matters to appointees with exceptional qualifications, |

The Committee proposes to make these appointments in Novem-
ber, 1951, and applications, containing full details of candidates’
education, qualifications and experience, together with supporting
documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach
the Chairman, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings House, Barba-
dos, before the 31st October, 195). 8.9.51—3n









FORCE

AN INTERESTING CAREER WITH GOOD PROSPECTS

eas

1. Men of character and education are required for en-
listment in this Force. Wireless technicians with experience
in servicing radio-telephone transmitters and men holding
licenses to ride or drive motor vehicles are especially required

2. The pay of a Constable on joining is $52.00 a month
rising by annual increments of $48.00 to $80.00 per month,
plus $2.00 a month washing allowance. After 4 years’ service
he is eligible for a marriage allowance to a maximum of $7.20
per month. The minimum pay of Non-Commissioned Rank is
Corporal $80.00, Sergeant $92.00, Station Sergeant $100.00
Promotion is made on merit and depends om the man. There
is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and to the
Commissioned Rank.



3. Requirements for enlistment
| Height — 5ft. 8 ins.
Chest — 34 ins.
Education — not less than Standard VII.
Age — 19 to 25 years,
au seeoleamts will be seen at District “A” at the following

Friday, 14th September, 10 a.m.



For candidates who have passed the School Certificate
Examination, the Junior Cambridge Examination, or an exam-
ination of similar standard, wireless technicians and licensed
riders and drivers. Documentary proof of the above qualifi-
cations will be required.

Monday, 17th September, 10 a.m.

Other applicants who fulfil the requirement« of para

>



———SS===="GS

A STEAMER sails 2ist September





A STEAMER sails
A STEAMER sails
ne

2th August—arrives
12th September—arr



SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship







return the empty j
money back

——



Sails Montreal





PAGE SEVEN



Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Gettin

sorts, Get Up/ tors’ records prove this

No Benefit—No Pay

The very first desa of Cystex goes
right to work helping your Kidneys re

i








ids. Quickly, this makes
feel like new again. And so certain
he m that Cystex wili satiety





or overwork may create an excess of they ask you to try it
acids and place a heavy strain on your 4 back guarantee. You be
kidneys so that they function poorly the 3 ot entirely satisfied juctr





kage and get your

. ‘ Cystex (Siss-tex) costs little at

Help Kidneys Doctor s Way hemists and the money back guaran-

Many doctors have discovered by | tee protects you, so buy your treatment
scientific clinica. tests and in actual | today, for
year ee a quick and sure way to a

eip the kidneys clean out 3 KIDNEYS
nolsons and acids is with w scien | y t ex

ily prepared prescription called C s BLADDER

Hundreds and hundreds of Doc- | The GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM



NOTICES










The M.V “CARIBBEE" will {
accept Cargo and Passengers
for Dominica Antigua Mont-
Serrat Nevi and St Kitts
Salling Monday 106th inst
The M.V ‘MONEKA will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominic Antigua, Montserrat, {(f
Nevis and St Kitt Sailing
Friday ith inst
The M.V DAERWOOD" will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, Grenada and Aruba
Passengers only for St. Vincent
Salling Wednesday 1st ins;
BWI SCHOONER OWNERS
ASSOCIATION; (INC.)
Consignee, Tele No, 4047
{

=

co, LTD | Be Wise ... “ ADVERTISE”



ip Co.

&
Qne.

NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
8.8 MARIO C” gails—arrives B’dots 3rd September 1961
Nb&W YORK SEMVICE
A STEAMER sails Sist August--arrives B'dos Lith September 1951

arrives B'dos 2nd October 195)

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE

B'dos 13th
ives B'dos

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England's

Eleven Boys Selected
To kace Internationals

By DESMOND HACKETT
LONDON,

EIGHT



Maybe names like Castle, Deeley, or Robson do not
mean a thing in your eager Soccer lives, but remember
thes names because here are the up-and-coming boys you



» hearing about before the new season fades out in the

Mav days of 1952.
aiuly over tneir brignt promise,

I'dad Gets 6 Race
ana it you want an Bugsaua team
Horses Froni U K or -youugsters which would giv

sduenat a suff run

fngse are the who have
Mahagers cruvsing eluiusi-

boys
dite Kain has consideravly interfer-

ed with this series of games and
in the senior Division there will
be a struggle only for first innings
lead at least in one case.

side Of these the most interesting







From Our ¢ r PORT-OF -SE Al N, Sept. 7 aud here it is (reading from goal to where the traditional rivals,
Six horses 1.s.de left) Spartan and Empire are playing
have i r inidad from Name Club age In this fixture Spartan made 75
the United Kir Two of them, Ren Keynolds (Spurs) 23 in their first innings, and Empire
Galera. i inre year old and Swan Earl (Portsmouth) 22 are now 40 for the loss of two
Golc i \ two year old filly seith Savin (Derby County) 21 Wickets
oo consigned to Mr. de Pass Norman Deeey (Wolves) 17 : See
tiainer for Mr. de Nobriga, They Brian Farley (Spurs) 23 Combermere seems in danger of
will be seen for the first time in Goin Walker (Derby County) 22 — Re: fe. Ber. Hens =
t > > . re t » ha s es & > : 1e P «
TT c Ae ae oe antite Bems mob. Ayres (Ch xiton Asn.) 9 ‘(for 4 wkts.) 36 Wanderers (for
Harry Kirtley Sunderland) 7

Another tine 7 wkts.) 152

— de

locking filly which

Cliff Helton (Arsenal)

wmrennvw-





sh > ready als - Decem- -

one Mr O gdeaeaes gine Bobbie Robson (Fulham) ) At Black Rock, Carlton are in

Persian Maiden, a vear-olq Peres Castle (Spur ) 29 a strong position against Y.M.P.C.

brown English filly Take 20-year-old Castle, sig- Scores are Carlton 129; and (for

™ nalled into action during the ‘Spurs 7 wkts. dec.) 151; Y.M.P.C. 71,

Di Cyril Gittens lates s trial. He fitted so smoothly into the and (for 3 wkts. ) 16.

Lesari three-year-old En glish ‘Spurs way of footbail that team Police and College are playing

bay filly. She will be trained by chief Arthur Rowe rates him at the College The first innings

MV Joe Herera. She is reported among his best-ever finds. nas been concluded in each case.

tk have six starts in England, Wolves are quite convinced that Police 80; College 136

ylacing once 1e¢ other two that 18-year-old Norman Deeley is th¢ pes

arrived e for Mr. Leo Williams second Billy Wright 1S

ind Dr. Dottin respectively. They He has come up on the Bill Ca

are stabled at Arima, Wright plan— from international 30 mph r

chools Soccer by way of the colt

Warm-Up—Then
Came Flood

team up to the second eleven. And
like Wright, he has captained the






‘ hree junior teams,
nici Irge ,

«awe by Cummings Attacking Urge iy. From Lieut.-Coionel A. T. Goldie

Derby's Colin Walker, a half- GasdenerSalt Lake. (Utah)
ANYTHING You CAN 00 back with an attacking urge, gets AM coming home a dis-
‘ an early chance in place of injured appointed man, I din’t get a crack
| CAN D0 BETTER team captain Walter Musson .. at the short distance records after
ee Walker has the ability to turn changing engines in my _ all-

this spare time chance into a tull- British M.G. “Magic Midget” ¢

lime occupation [It was rather frustrating the
Spurs will also have one of their paq weather and the obsolete

starlets on the opening League
parade when Brian Farley steps up
for his first big chance to replace

timing equipment used by the
American Automobile Association
Nobody could do anything about

injured centre half Harry Clerke. the cloudburst that flooded the
Farley came along to’Spurs with course, But the A.A.A. could have
manager Arthur Rowe when he had better apparatus than their

Too
the Rowe

thinly insulated wire
instruments blow out
After my successful runs on
bustling Monday (when he broke 16
1 ten-game and a records) I was hoping to better
son—get- the times,
for- But up to Friday
tar Uming equipment
repaired.

At 2.30 p.m. I

moved in from Chelmsford.
“00d to leave behind was
reckoning.
Count on
Ciiff Holton
five-goal man last se
ting an early run at centre
vard, Holton was rated the
forward in trials
Down Fulham way the boy they

which let the
Arsenal's
morning the

was still not

started a 14-

lile run to warm the car up
vote most likely to make good i ou: . : : ; :
inside left Bobbie Robson from th But almost immediately the
North=Bast. Having seen this: lee rains came and flooded the
° ee ‘ , sit J track,

gy, thoughtful lad in
vote voes the same way
Insistent Claim

And from the North-East comes
in insistent claim for Harry Kirt-
ley, who in his off-Soccer moments
is an apprentice pit engineer,

He was enough to keep
Ivan Broadis out of a place at the
end of last season. This same
Broadis cost Sunderland around
£20,000. That is how good is this
Kirtley boy.

Jimmy Seed took a swift gl:
at 19-year-old Bob Ayres

lance
and rr s
signed him on the spot, Outside- What Ss On
right Ayres from Chippenhem get nn
this ranking from canny Seed—a loday
wonderful prospect > .
Young goalkeepers of top Police Courts 10.00 a. m.

action, oul
py yraye I am sure I could have got ove

bn miles an hour out of the car.

Despite the awful conditions I was
doing 150 while warming her up,
and I had to hold her back.

We are packing up to return
aboard the Queen Elizabeth on
Wednesday. The car goes to San
Francisco for show, and will not
be home till late in the year

World copyricht
—L.E.S.

vood



grade promise are rare, Meeting of the tousing
are thankful to have Board 10.00 a.m,
nolds around. Third Day's play of the
He was needed during the Co- Fourth Series of First Di-
penhagen trip when Ted Ditch- vision and Intermediate
burn was hurt. Cricket games ang Second
slim man Day of the Sixth Series of
vinner Second Division games at
the various grounds:—
First Division: Wanderers vs.
Combermere at Bay
Spartan vs Empire at
Park, Carlton vs. Y.M.P.C.,
at Carlton and College vs.
Wey yp . Police at College.
dad Women’s Intermediate Division: Pick-
wick vs. Wanderers at
Club Lose At Oval, Empire vs. Spartan
f at Bank Hall, Regiment

, vs. Cable & Wireless at
Hockey Garrison and Windward

vs. Mental at Congo Road
Second Division: Y.M.P.C, vs.
Police at Beckles Road.
Foundation vs. Empire at
Foundation, Leeward ys.
Lodge at Foster's, Central vs.
Wanderers at Vaucluse and
Combermere vs. Pickwick
at Combermere.
CINEMAS
GLOBE—"The Great
5.00 & 8.15 p.m.
EMPIRE—"Valentino”
8.30 p.m
PLAZA
morrow
ickets va pm
tickets are PLAZA (Oistins)—They Made Mo
A Criminal"—5 & 8.30 p.m
AQUATIC—"The Mudlark”
a) pom

so ‘Spurs
Ron Rey-

This slick-moving,
became No. 1 cheer-

Follow these names anq you'll
add to the sweetest music
baler

a foot-
can hear—the cheers of an

dmiring crowd.



From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7.
Trinidad women’s hockey team
were beaten 1—0 in their opening
match in B.G,, by the Georgetown
Club, The home team had five
intercolonials in their line-up, so
the Trinidad players did well to
hold them.down to a single goal
first match in B.G

in their : j
aruso



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SATTRlnY. BEPTEMBKI 8. U51 BARBADOS \nvoc.\Tr !• \i.r F i\ r SI /'• i. \i'ti ()0 F In TinSluul. OIL COMPANIES CARRY OUT SUB-SURFACE SURVEY Within Five Miles Of Barbados' Cktars Fined Id'For Blackguarding i Mi-mi STATE HMiinM. M k MONIES Barristers Introduced To Local Bar Two irriste & H ikilstnjh who apace ui the i %  roved thai bar an. Sir Allan Coll;. ,\nii.-i -..; Al der IMT asrDolslngli. tends practising I Introducing them, tt %  %  %  making r. ot the %  neighbouring oo Mr. Alt l t> r by thp Honour....:, Cray's Inn m Jul] l*J and Mi. .ilirabl,. SiKi.-ty of Lincoln's Inn in November 1949. v two lawyi i tent ion of practicing Bl bar No Ki.r.Even) The Honourable thg Judge aald that time i the Introd blW In % %  '!>is island was a rare occasion and quite vent In legal on mission both of eons of the soil and Of I IWJTM ERHB i' colonies I are EraqjiMBt "I can assure you. from the w;irmth cif ih. wtalob i extend by ) l'r\lr\ l I XI'I.OKATION COMPANY under iVl of Dannct -A 1 rulf Oil Company arc cury a ste r aay nnad %  uatace Wataoo ol pet alums about one and a hnli Jha Ihuon, it Joeepn, ii> iui • * da **"-*Brs?3&r,J£ Traffic Rule*, ist uf the small aerial size of Barbados and in A w ,tness lor the 11 order to i;et a clearer picture 'il the sub surface, it has said that Watson w.s told to •• become n< Gulf to initiate a marine move his motor lorry froaa a re> ten i some 1—S miles ?*££**_*_$**, s dos" lie aaia. %  %  %  %  % % %  The company ha* discussed the • to Oov-_ particular with R VKTIK naafB u the f" i < H f 1 Se:u m r Can St. John, who the dooi of hn I % %  n in ItM OUll %  id p.m. i .1 bean Hxed. n| nTMpTOHIHOMUDANDTHBTV how much damage If. I (IV I ntoens were bunt i>* tire at the Drai %  nd at considerable disThursday night about 10 Ab o'clock hum any known tisiiing Quick action on the part M ... it has b*-'ti proved ihi-t neighbours! Inute. mtracton f Oil %  i %  perattoa 1 i>|rrflu\ Bvt id.I. d of th. ll/IMili its St will be glV< I Mi L babb. I" ulusinto MMBS a %  M DsjhCBtoa nM f MldAup In lh %  aneaaHU • atnkcH, whuh hav* rsacbsd j tiecome slightly mote (K foot tPi*viHion nt*iis to tho UESo-faet bunt. snienna will al-o give llghliiliiK. protaOUOB to sill hUy^ wider %  * according to Julia Labointoi> %  blgb u IH in i ingle summer tear 4 result of the addlUon of %  Wi Aihlition of the i H Haceiuiutl. due-ior of th* O.K. High Voltage i.nelrt. Ms-sacku.ni gXrBBM THREE GET KING'S SCOUT BADGES BOI'T 400.000 feet of luml of the traffic abjni tell A %  *a. which side Of lay hv the mot( '':-,. „.t park lh,-i ., UI] s..| Prrcta,. The .h.pmcm ,„ <., -v !" UV. I ,ra ndHutlrt to ""•"" " %  "' ,l "> nit v,,y "'-' %  •' 1" % % % %  "''' % % %  "' '•"' • %  Th,.rr^l.r-..|.i„mon.h.. found ..... >.dc „r ,i„. ,.,,d. „ arl „, ,„ ,,„„..r Mpmm ,,f .,„.,. .... I"m!" • .. Th,Prrc-lM, ,...,•.-.1 • Chief Judfli hi. Ui \ .IIAIII I IIM LIM.I. COT Brbdo" quit. •nd Ihry ,. .. w It J\ I.,-. In waltlraf forilw B.Ci %  l| -"..i.-tM lh d was not thruIntention to i.r.icrillh (lf s [-,..,, „(,,,;. : i^ the intf of tho %  Use In tt..' eotrrtl of Barbados. II..They : I, ptet ..... now bout thank tbj , I'c.L. Club, ami It will .•nil for th 0 red...o< s witJl which ,„. lho „„, „„„. h ,, .,., lie ..Breed to Inl way an honour to belong to the .ii.linin.i.licd bar of IWbadOB. International \< rudio Thanked Pot Vsatetance After J ........ Hurricane Damage .me C.C. carried off Hit Silver Challenae Cup of the la*' 75-Year-OUI Move* With Tiw Land THREE Barbadian Soouii for tin Ural <""* %  '" "" hls tory ol the laland hove aain< the highest award m s*;.iuin „ h V( waaley Smith nd Gwrffrey Rudder ol th K . ( -.. i v., n i.v'i.; of the Batnel b<-out Group, wora praoiotad with the King'i Seoul Ba |, B te by Ha Excallencj thai llktChlel Seoul i ; Barbado ol Qovarnmont House yesterday eveniiuj The ceremony waa held on the the nr-' grounds In the pies. i. Si I Low) In leney, harfl\ 9 4$ while Hudilei %  ofrOtr %  '* •' SCOUt began In I94K His Excellency was received b the Presidei-t. lion II A Cuke and the Island Commissioner Major J. E. Griffith The King Scouts entered with Ihi Kit %  ih reKl win "the Badge and lhat 1 aal Ya I %  i %  • %  Major crimiti Imp* rl:inl ii t .. i-Hi-iu v. befon in the 1 union ol With i tear i bl 10 uoI B %  %  i • . ..mi %  Ul %  i vent It 1 my life Intern it LtttLj woo, nun t.on of aer • onuituniL-. tiori; %  port, havi l lollowing %  :. Lee; — %  n-vaai %  i tl , v .. ;1 : | .,. ..... j .„i nave island i I Divl ion of the lie 1. to mow : %  %  -' '" %  '"' ' K %  ': s *.""' %  the I Mon. n %  Lndrev. wbare -Up to ""' year mt. the hii Is, Sptakar ha has heen living for more than award fm Ethncne* whu-i i Of the House of Asaemhlv. preM %  < % %  There are many dUBSeoul could eai Ihe Kin \<. sented the Cup to the skipi>er of cult laaka the "id man would Scout 1 | tf er to do rath. i Mthering DUt : and their Elides so often during ti i month and hi iniong ,„,„,,h. an • IO much, th '" I' his life would be In dangn i be uuj remained. King's, Colour i.C.1 ored Ih* rUneaoB LITTERS OF ..DMINISWATIQPt I Con i Williams a tailor liveti there colony the with bia 74-year-old wM* %  %  %  %  l K %  and a grand-daughter and yesor.' of UMMVeO araai in kba tcrdav when he began t*> talk of Conunonwaattri to whuh .i .-iik-'ii his having to remove from Uio Union Flag d for ghe old apot -'ui. has made highest perctntagc of King*' The Honourable UK Chief many a pair of pants, teats gathScouts, the troop belly knov Judge, S;r Allan Collymore yes*red in his eyes. tor thai year ,.N the Km "The Governor of : granted the petition if V. many years now. he has 'in initial asked thai an expression Of ( . ) King of Roebuck been seeing the acthai of landf.„ .,l| Scout Badges WD low, for letters of slide* about his districts, nut the. .,, that of Kmi Jamaica rtton to the estate of never troubled him .. smut was rurUw prompt her u-band Milton King, who during this rainy season. give, fcfaje which died %  < Capatown, SouOr Afuca. He has remained at this spot the King who gi.. Mr J. E T Brnncker instle* began W ,,, to %  KING B ,t. ol bein oUwra, It la . I.k TOUTS' 1! With H 11... r appeared .... ...... %  faciiith"at lirport King, aftei the recent burrl mi Ii is rhe f.il..wing wllii under*Wx-d 1 ..' ." %  <**">. %  possibh %  basis. 1' glad lo %  • if you would for it t-. %  cono'i I Conference Held %  %  morning of AugtJ II i Genet %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  rendition %  I %  %  %  I cooiavc mi POR Oriflha U %  house, but ti %  that it might ba art were Ho at going onlj I qaarb r of s .way. tfiough. Kate Marnrie Arthur. Kent. "It would break mv heart :f l vi .-. %  M B d '" no further." he -,mi. Im Brethren Ass e mbly which is Btheil iMi neai where l Uw Si Michael; James Regihave bw jecu leadquarti Apnl. IH47 t King Ung In Birbadoe I %  j .,,, own y your own en..ini.le that JhBU v.ilt earn the ic1 Ke-.uill ....... r I US King's Srou*. aid. Kbur*! Maaaage read U %  . %  an, arid I i .-,of I*'' %  H Journei through I.' 1 %  %  .-1 by the King himself HOfiMiMANS TEA Hairs WINE mi OBfQlN \i 'i rarai IM rONIC Rl'STOR.*IIM %* •liable laaftl far The First Time Sim e The Seeund World War %  suite ii. .11 Wine wa Brat prepared hj %  weu-known i %  market as a Tonic I rundown conditions ; IUOII "i Hall's Win. || I word m it'll i IIN. toen and of i'.\< il Britain, and ,. ,u% ....tl-kiiown in ulhei pailof the wm Id Hall H "'•' as* other TOnlc -aakon %  Ing lUnasaas, and i ..nd surely the \il.il. lulred in run-tin wn %  taken %  Invalid i'ii %  lltlOI. i-itu i i l/i I'm mil ui Krure Wi-alhiThiail l.iniili'il-Aiinils ASTHM\ How to case the strain in 50 secowh .' VY,*HBN choking Asthma mskes TOO ** faip t.tHtsen, "nc aphaaoae tablei ilipprd kl I Knm quk-siy •.;-! B ber. ii II ihit Brew comtituit* tiubSgaast dsngcr frocn Ait lima! Bphsaone com ami sever a %  genii MIII. i germ taoaa r i hi I,---. v nothing i tnli.l aiuck aaaasBi dam b > For ng I i IM .'-nt., slwiys .cp a iai I0R 6''." '" K0 BMNCHITIS TM sfajh S j.d C, %  %  %  | SlSkwHl -ntt ia TO BUY tMrttig, L CLOTHES at Attractive Prices. Il\l. v SI1TS Sintle Hreusleil M7.2:l Dnuhle llre.isleil s U I" IIIOI'Kl! Nl I i S %  Ml llren-leil SriH.uii ft |41M wMsmi sins SIllKle ll.c-.lsle.l SII.X7 ft *l:i.si lli.lil.l, llreiiMe.l SI2.72 Sl'Olil IIIvis 3 lliitloll Slvle wilh Pi I. I. I'..k.-is sis r.ii ft SIS.711 (.IIIV IIAWH PAWS s7.li. .. sici.07. $I:I in ~ll mi .V 111 II uir tmw IV/# SAVE I Houblranl \ Celebrated French Colognes and Pcrfu.nr* Assorted Beeala, OcerU>rlied and rrdurrd to Hear:— Cologne^ Srenlecl L|e. Meal Sml. 1 1*1 afaar Water Lge. Med. Sml. La Fran.e RaBS I'erfumr Qtielqaw Fl*ar rvrfame Slie t)rlg. Price S3 • 2 4S I 5 3 at i is 1 M 5 M s as S B0 4 BO St Ml I b no 4 e-i s ea §t\H,HIS I til i #; SlIHSI s %  Just .Xrrirvtl! fRESH SHIPMENT OF IMIIIW i nous • ALSO %  CIIKK I Ii III Its % %  II. Jasoil Jones & Co.. Lid".—Distributors. SUMMER SAIL by I ii#uiw.h II...*.... i H .*.u


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SATl'RIl.W N| I'll MiiHR s. I9JI i IRU .Ini> \n\ in ATE PAGI TIIRIF. TASPOHITS TOP IN ENTERTAINMENT Steel Band Plays At Savoy Hotel --. tf : w o mits II it.(.isi IAIIII .: >ON The Tunidad steel band now louring England climbed to one of the topmost poiks of the British entertainment world—the Savoy Hotol, London, whti %  playinc in cal Rolling their oil-drums into the Savoy, whieb tan command the pick of the WrOrid'l Hnescnlwtrel artistes, members of tha Trinidad All S*vl Parcuaakm Orchestra chalked up another mark on the record of their historvm.iking stay in Britain. Rainstorms. I U-.-.ilHit Trinidad HOUSES FLOODED ROADS BLOCKED IAS I ..-'. .i ilUC programme mid ha* %  woild i will uy on lor a %  %  %  Ihe tour i>l tha piovlnces. playing In iUlh dance-halls, we sh >)1 OM> tainl] anna for tham to coconut tree, and lar " ^ aw**" to telie iraea that fail aid h "" TASPO I storm. Tamporan lias i-"t K"< : baan provided fa* manv who ara cr, and Bo < aribbean left boraalai %  Haam lol I destruction of poultry and crap MOTM Baptlata, (he T ri pldadia n has been reported. Acre* of cabaret star, is oui | l tomatoes and lemon;'. >been washed m u-ni, but .i new arrival wind tha luphacl da Leon. roar more than 12 feet over .. (infer. banks eftei term, leavone mJU* .. Britain ing the lands around di ... ,,.,„, TASPO when i! I telei Laton appearance U.K. Hat* V53S>0<) Par Jamaica tUttt COUCH MIIII So l.i N DON. Sept ~ %  have been colBritaia Ice iha iiuifii I Bui that is small pared <„ the turns expected during the naxl few an Bear) . town, urban dl i. and borough in Great Brit-, DM baaa asked to launch the (or Jamaica, and the first I M will (>i the futirt hnva IMT active arranging m (unctions and COUacUni d .lothing for Jamaica coUaatasj 900 haa been paid throua* na • The ranaaiaing tis.ioo has arrived in cheques of various i .1. nr-nnnations :.l the West |ndl. CommtUea office Stop that Cough! i %  ruats COUCH in/iacis S'ld irfiUlifif. Illllc .ouv'ds la hi aie ready to b aaaaal throat 0) mo* ii cooo cniMftrs AMI •jsaM i 4. OJutlUa >> a in., %  h i.i<..n %  A :<2VEAR OLD Vlauuee> rhanflmr. Alois Sk'. Iran, docided to heconie thf> "World* biggam aater"A tiUr ha uintd h< M -''tuts LM iw 'KK* laaaenai Vita four poiuida of raw horse flesh, a feat which took him 4 bean, > nUaatea. 12 sacoud' After maklag it known th.it lie wonld < might die from over eating His perron waned l>y madid I anthontiethat i l..me crowd in Vfeiiaa BZPMBH been sweeping the Houses were carried i floods, while some HOUSES SOLD BLACK MARKET '%  >Ki' OK-SI'AIN. 'Don'Is' lor T'tlatl Itarrislcrs i Pr win Our OH i. %  PORT-Or-flPAlI Ben I Trtnidud baxflatan ertu have in abide by %  Mcerta" In the near futuio. Aecordlnfl to .. Bat, b.n 11 !ei an i %  from. ia> duinjt tling do h as the writing of lett, ages and the preparatii rnenai tor tha m %  balf-houi show called "Carib%  i.-t." rxlric Connor and lei's company, all old Hands at television, were also in [Lord KHjcnener araa making his first television broadI l hundred miles from London, people who had %  %  %  %  %  van A high nuc '„( oflkial lunajaatad that ma antira ,,i ahoa mtghl I I 'he anal Radio Show, no* baUig held 10.000,000 Notes In New B. W.I. Currency Change LONDON, An initial ordei ol 10,000.000 nolei is being Riled by tuiiknutf printers in England fur the c taking place in tin* Ea n Caribbean C by a Colonial (>'!> 5we.Kn8TOrm.c5 d '.',"',;:: %  r:?;.,„;*, for many y< 1 uaestentay. is luading sugar and %  %  inada Shj brought little enrgo tron. DrlUah Guiana and Trinidad. ln1 hiding printed matter, mediUnnad butter, cotMlenartl milk, ohaaaa, drtad trutt, shirts. .r.i battariaa The Canafuetor is expected to It piojuitii ,,. Barbudois on her homeon Sunday nigh' .,1 to Meaars Austin A Co. Md including enl at theae lota. DECREE ABSOLUTE he purchaai arrl I u lno Court for Divorce ami ' \rt %  tartal Matrili ial cauaea. The .... %  iMlies and other Municipal ,, t c ( f j,,,)^-. Sir Allan ctivitiea have been brought to CoUymora voaterday pgonounoad Phov %  tat l< ol coi ,,,,,. abaoluta In tha can ' ; [...iniciHe .mil t.ninal ducunienl |< ^\ j; u/iles petitioner and 11 I %  owns.:.. ixpcno ,. h eld. Including a rn-" >Y it i> Wii.-s. respundent Audit Deparbnant In rafarM, W W. Reece, K C. In* and tnu-rv-ffw* t_ ,1 e I itllc hi nactlon wltta vhlcji Ihwy a ehaiica to see the best of ie are or wore engagei (c) Insertradto and taievhuon programmes lng "barrister-all. ah BftuaU) baU| broi names i>n letter heads us this is — %  %  .•. *_ "not in aecord.niio arlth proCarnival Atmosphere fcssional etiquette". l the two televunon .studios ting themseives to be photoi< AU-xamler Palace, on the northgraphed with an i i outskirts of London, the Weal or any client; (el supply photo(ndl imaged to create graphs of themselves for : the atmoaphi tProm Our Own Car rpondnt %  PORT-OP-SPAIN. Basl Government has decided %  ppoltM .1 CorAaanalon lo Inajulra Into the ohvumabuacai auiTounding the escuin-i i' by 50, 20. iii and tuo-eent pieces in iupnniekoi and oi alf-ctnt to (1 |„, in hronzi .i %  ill be iH] HI r %  i balances of the Council I by CotUe Calfojd 4 O appet retl for P M %  irsii •. > K Wiles Famous Brilish-Built MORRIS MINOR scores new success Hare la a four-door, lour MaMI family aaloon -aamall ear la a vary big way with *< i oaamoaa tlon for four H.1U1IH nippy IB (ntmv.eaav to iurk. ami Ufa* lu drlva. Corruption Hi 1'iUi %  I %  ."ke 70 feet long, had a bamboo badedrop ,t one and in front of %  huh TASPO played. Al %  < araa %  highly. .;. urad %  : fbf the lie awam the shaik-iniv-.ii ,i from Carrera buand to the American Base ut Polnte Gourde and there stayed in hiding aaUni tnangiK.'s unUl he was able t steal a bkycie han ha lournajed to] • atuhs. Ban Juan, -Don't hit ma" he ••x.laina-d tit tiie poUcC Gordon will be charged in oie of the polara Courts shortly (Ivei 100 cldt I., lha Salvation Army Hall. Welld. Ington Btraet, to the* two gathered %  .hem from ;d| their States of I equipment. There were I %  ith liiiir of cameraman and asslstTbe hall was packed and the diKtiibuiion was ktopped for a time as the any. iound iheatudio, lllv xho theclolh%  travelling microphone slung on ing were MrsB. D. Mottley. Miss lb* i-^im and E Holder and Mr. D. Gieeiiuige large numbers of laatps of all shape* and sl*es. Men d ished condirectlni %  teating lights, mnvinu fiiniitin .',] over ti,.Hoof, like arrltli m thi rnldal >f It all. TAi I iii lik.' a vetar ui tahr* I completelv unperturlx'd b> tha i i In his dreaami m i It Commr seni age tome lo the V.' havo lean what I has done. Now I don't want %  j hear any Wesi Indian say v haven't got B culture" B.t'.r. %  Revenue Increase PAIN Sepi .f tha l • .. i *ald t'w Mi \ v A Lamb $1,000 REWARD %  %  %  %  . %  . i I", thl %  • It,! VIEW HMIi Mhi.te LldHf tTtiaiaC %  • % %  %  aaliM FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sola Diltribulra Phone 4504 f f m I. %  '-" *r 'PHEIK good looki tell you thry'rr ju%l right. Vou know, too, when you look at the price ( tag, that you can't get finer value. Illu-lraled ia a Two-tone Brogue. Tied to every pair is tbe John While Guarantee Shield—the tifrn which mean'y'ujl right'! Look fur it in leading stores in fiarbadva. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right MHigh Blood Pressure Kins Men & Women %  auta are H %  If* an-l I Pr— ixiMUtkiii. -r. If 7(H j -SIISIIIIIIS" GET SOX/I Ki\ FOR FAST COOL ftELOBT NOXXfiMA hi the only leading SUNBURN CREAM %  ..... 1 COOi ic-dients cool, S3oothe Jnstaii' %  at i.'idi. SOOTHK> .,il and moisture emulsion— It feels so wonderfully soothing on yuui hot. : km. i HEI.PS IIMAI. Noxienvi I as a mavvtllou mexiiila—helps spoed healing *f hot, arf, NOX/1M4 A Nil DOESN'T STAIN ll NOXZKM \ in lh• often rt U • in U I atht tie • di* ^ '• *"i" - -You'n ^1 Sm I took iira't adv>ia F-aT div I Ktag Opirej. w*.h:J a-.i Jut •ad arrmi. toaad up <->• nuMWt PROTECT YOUR EYES with Opfrex ,. %  E t EVE LOTION 15235 • i THII mi J Tb MI of to* *r "*• """ b-nag .nouM W I**:ihy fkih


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PACE TWO Cahib Qcdiinq BARKAIK>S ADVOCATE SATIKDAY sKPTKMBKR X. Il I HMWA.y C'OLVWS: D R V M METIVIER. Eye SurI Trinidad %  %  %  s.ing IliKht fron Trinidad >e*terday. %  Barbadian Lawyer M l WIl U \Ms i Barba.li.i-, who wa> .ailed U I be Introtlileed to the local Hai mi alimdav. old Humsonlan and has been in England i. r li yen He was in the IIA.r during World W.,, n M e is of the %  Three-Year Course M R C. W WICKHAV • Master :tt Corn her mere Ih v tu Puirtn Rh i •' %  utend the Me Ml] ch Mi Wlckhan. u thm <>t sjn 0 w kh .., ..villa Real". %  u 11,11 and the late Mr. Clennell Wiekhsim Editor of the %  Herald". After ^Twenty-five Years Next Port—Brussels M R A. V NVREN. American I af the hare has now gemis normal two-year tour of i u,\. His next post A n Belgium where hi will ihe the American Em-„„ -Is He will prob; ALUC GL'INNKSA T H1 Royal md Merchant Navy Welfare league's fair at the Drill Hall last Saturday waa atM R WIIJAHX.HHY TAYLOR Hatasj*. The l>ack to the US. after ,i twelve. v %  ,,IM ' '"Jippnlnt%  lay holiday in Barbados, his first £ %  ,n "Penlng the fi visit here In twenty-flv* nan %  ?* ***?' ; with the "Bud" „ lt "* ,hr "'*' alr tald bv the apany in Phi.adelpy*\ "lid Merchant Navy Welpaia. During his holiday he wa* ,-'" : '* m >' %  rrtval in with his mother Mrs Barbados, and II was wiih vary Taylor of Brighton, Black pi ' I %  *.ept*d the Reek. invitation to open this function. The object and work of tin. Ten Days I ten-day visit arc M and Mrs R Fra/er Raeji H F a Hew . are sta>in K with Mr. i.. entertalnmenl nnd welfare e4 Tajms'i brother In Mexwell MT Talma II F.-.torv Superintendent at Plantation Ogle, British i haw troros of ''"* apprreiati. S3 ach these n„U r\—4-_ men enjoy IIJ. -n,visits to Barbados opposite L/irections Huthis League cannot function |Lf HS CLYDfc AALCOTl' left without funds—a small grant i. i* England yesterday by the pren M tjovernment. but owing tfolflfo f tiarland's recent tour strengthens her fur a bold step. Born into a theatrical family, she made hei debut in U.S. variety at two. mis she is going back to it before tin most terrifying vaudeville spotlight In America—Brnadwav* Palace Theatre. With her they are going lo tr what they dki years ago with Sarah Bernhardt—reserve all the the house for )u*t two shows a day. Variety has not been able tj get away with it since the rllm came ulong To get away wit! it now they counl on Comeback Judy for at least 80 minute*, the entire second cialf of the bill To-night visit MORGAN e most BeoiiHhil Wlpht Club /rotn Miami to Rio u-ith a rorId-u-ide reputatioa for good 1ood Mimic, Dancing En tertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 tot reservation! GLOBE THEA THE TODAY 5 & 8.15 SUNDAY NITE 8.J0 P.M Th "PRESTIGE FILM" Of Th Ycr Mario Lanza! New Idol! Hottest singer in a decade!'"ii > SOON iivit DIAL 2310 '*"" TO-UAV WABMIB OKI "lliis -II. IM # CAonn m -Ki%% TMMWTMI l.sMMllMr with brbin PAVTON HfMM I'ARTCH V* ; .. o_ BOMD %  %  i.. Spatial Tit fotor ""r ...a .-U..I-I ."• AMI . .;<• I aL.\atj.\ DM 8404 TSIIY -Mil k A CUM IN* I I M Cra*a-Aj>a ghrrNSsa I*>" Ooerv and Tit* D***l Cng Kid' . All IV I III GARDEN — ST. JAMES DAY A TO-MOBJtOW BOO p T. U*I Sua %  p %  orSBATto* rArtrir JPV Wa*ne—Psrlra NMI •i.d i?•-• I'MrlW CH* SB BID sjunfttf" ••>* TBinortMAMJcUiiin' Mrh Bio-1. rc punvll MM -D*>On Th* Ori IM..JPLAZA DIAL 2310 an HeMso DCI BOOBJ Only oce! .XOW PLAYi\1i . 4.15 and 1.31 p.m. .ml roattnutnc DIIIY _ AIM the Color Short tltf90fj -SPORT OF MILLIONS' V TO TM I .1.-1 "WORLD NKWS-


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vu.i uonT BARBADOS ADVOCATE sATI RI>\Y -.1 II F.MDI R • I'I'I Eng] stand's Football Team Of To-morrow First XI Cricket Series End To-dayi KEE1S STRUGGLES ANTICIPATED W^VWV/iV/^/////////,V//'AV/>',v, EUwen Hoys Selected To Face Internationals By DESMOND HACKETT LONDON. %  < i %  P— to y, or Holism do not %  in M0tr 900MI liv.->. but rerm-mber • hew : 'if arc the up-and-con i • before tbe POTT wu on f mdm opt in tho 052 •TOO bava l dad Gets 6 Race Horses From I .K. %  s ... %  1 Hch would giv n „ (|t c „ e ifT I U g.Vsyou %  I % %  . t it.ru g| i UU lOfl I %  R* k<->.wld< (Spur i IF HNE WEATHER PREVAILS TUX fourth mtim ,.i rtnt XI cricket gamai will tx i "minded to-day. when B.C.A. lixtui.-.s continue Muidi..i>iv uiu-ifri Tares ItiH'ksurk Men, Leave On World trip %  'TIM of LUmft 21 part*] ( tiin Iffalkai (U rbj County) 22 •-.. %  t >ii ll> ntiusivu Darby County) \..rni4n !*<.<• Wolvesl They %  %  niin-i rncfll'. T T C AaaOtht also for DecemAlexanrter Chins Persian Yi. brown Elv^li^^ %  Did English Mi •(< i England. %  i I i led 4it Aiima. ru or thaaa the mon i>"\ iwrhaps H |* :i Spartan and Empire are playing me In ICtll IiXture Spartan IB it m ii.Tii ::i! Innioga, and I AU3SRSHOT HUJ HliUrtu rtl ,1 taw .hilling!." oriwwii them have given up their jobs and twe years of their live* to worn thMi langu at \ -n assistant cinema manager 1S2 at Farnrwrough, Hants. Douglas. 22, a salesman. At Black Rock. Carllon are in mouth Road. Hvndon, and l>m *" a strong position against Y M PC Malbon. 20. a ear hm | IKSi ir. gra Cartton 129: and (for Oharlesfleld Road. Itugi^ muBRi into action during tho -Spurs 7 wMs. dee.) IS1. Y.M P ( 71. Travel loe H. fitted so smoothly into th %  end (for 3 artr&j | 1* -• ,m relay they leave fi that tab ivraj %  •IT) Klrllr. 9 run llolion (Artenuli nubble Hoksson iFulliamt IVrr' Coats* I %  %  %  %  11 : %  -nd Crdlea* are ol.-n .i... Victoria .... the Orat ntage i ihe College The ilrst innlnca Calais—by paying their (ares, n eaj-h case. From then on luxury ia out. i l-een CoOean IM — by Camming*—— ANYTHING YOU CAN DO I CAN 00 BETTER.. I.10 nipl. Car w arm-lip—Than Gome Mood Prato I..MII -t *>1CMI'i-n Am like Wright, he I tasWnl. AttoeUas Urjie aim Walker, a hallbaek wttb an attacking urge, geu %  n early chance in place <>l mnireo team captain Walter .\iiiMioii. %  n MO .Magic Midge. %  %  larlaf on Uw openini i.eugue i„ n n g aqulpmeni used by inA K* Lation inr his llisl big d Hi rtn iicloudbunt that Bood ana aloni to Bj ,\ \ ould hove Axthui !( % %  • whoi !,' bad bettor apparatus than tboii iilatoa wire which lot the %  blow out After mv successful runs oil bustling Moodaj (wboo he broke 18 i Ufl Holtor %  bn I % % %  hopini to belter 1 -'nget'be limes. earl) run -it contn ''' %  '' "i 1 to Prklaj nwrnlng UM Holton MI rated the l fd in 'rials. Doo iray 1 a boy thoy %  I on from the The lesj gjr, thoiighifui bvd n> %  .. Insislenl Claim And ''"in Hit North-Ba i clatnt foi Harry Kirli>;,. who m hii off-8ocxoi ntornenta in ip| tii %  |i" i'ii..i' %  • i II iin They may become farm hands, cafe helper-, lumberjack', lorryillori—anyUalfuj to-pay their way along the projected route through Belgiu:n. Holland. mAc*, Spam, llaly. across to North Africa, and down to South Afri. a. t,n (.. India ttM Fur East. Singapore. Australia. America and C.ni.nt., their rucksacks will be M than ii change of sleeping bag;., | '--king II ml maps. lll keep a log to write look aflcfward* Lr %  still equipment repaired. b .i .. 14n lie run tenh m t<-! ,,i ton i are thankful U) have Ron U.\MlO> ..round He a..iModod dui Inj tha i'..ponnasjen trip when Tod Ditchi 'ii-i ^.is hurt Tins illek-AMving, lim man bOOa m i No 1 ,hi.,. I>e home till late in the U'orlrf (opi/ricfi yea r T 1 pvir roUow rhoaa ni UM to UM %  a'to %  %  %  i .in he.u crowd ..ii.i j .OKI.I rluer. i ull T*dfod \\ onion's riub Low vi Hoekei i Or-SPAIN, s.pt Trinidad women's hoekev team %  •ii 1-0 tn their n|(eijn match in lit;., by the <:• Club. The home team hud five mtercolonlals In thotr line-up. M tho Tiimrtad players did well to hold them down to a single soul In their rirst rnateh in B H SERIES "M" ON SALE Already Series "M" tickets aic '•eing sold Pot the Autumn MertI ' the B.T.C %  ( UM B : aM Ihat i %  lUttO well w hut's On Today Pl.ll.e I niirU IUWU 4 ,„. Meeting id in. lluu.inc Httaru lu.00 a.m. Tluid Days play M f the Fourth scries ,.i Ursi |iiVMIUII tnd lnU-r mediate cricket ...in., .md Beoaad n\ of the Sixth Series ol Second Olvlslun ganm at the various grounds:— tint Hi"i,.„ Wanderers vs. | "ii,i.. 11, i m i it . SparUn n l.mplre at Park, < iiniui vs. \ M Ii at ( .irli.il, and < olWr n Police at College. Intermediate Division: Pickwick vs. Wanderen at Oval. Empire vs. SparUn at Hank Hall, Keilmrnt va. Cable A Wlrelew. at i. in, and Vtinriward vs. Menial at Congo Kn.ut %  aeawd im-utnn; v M rt i Police at Boaklaj Koad. I ..unit.in.., i Empire at Foundation. Leeward vs. I "die at Foster's. Ccn!r,i| v. Wanderers at Vsuclusc ,n.t Comhermere v*. flekwieh at Combermere \*.A 'nun. i c .HHI-.I II Ml. INM.ril. %  pm — %  ra **.*. %tI 1 bcyTl Do It Every Time Bv Jimmy I [ado %  j T.Me.'ARE>OU [ ALL WIMOCD FRO 1 CMAGNG AJ. THE ^ AHO DOTT TELL *E YOU Ofc.y CO IT ONCE A YEAR.' I OiOTsIT -**>.r MOSTARO'} Sir COwfJ.' LCTff OO WOVtE'* "< OFF,ce px:sV/K n l\ i fHANI BROS. Pr. H'm. llry. Mm — HI M .:1M. ,'.VAW/.// TAP HarbadoH Police Hunt! CLASSICAL CONCERT ST. CECILIA BARRACKS Passage Road Sunday 9th Sept. 8.30 p.m. ADMISSION 1/ Fascinating French Crepes per f-1.12 yard -9 1 Fancyful Flowered Spuns per tl.20 yard^ 1 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10—11 BroaH Strcci J ask for Hj Gussoni LtXLRY TOILET SOAPS IMPfRKI. LIAinfU • IIM'I N BLOSSOM • BUT HYACINTH YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT FROM CODRINOTON Rainfall; ul Inches Total Rainfall for month to date i no inches. Highest Tem par store: *•..'> F. Lowest Temperature: 73.S F. Wind Velocity: 7 miles per hour Barotnnar: <9 a.m.) an 916. C8 p.m.) 39 Ml. I\ia \i„ln> Visitni ii >iom.n pttrtM mi i-iili-i'O'iiimii-nlit tlf fftmr fl ha il*' awM.iM?" tertAY. p0 L' EDINBU RGH SCOTLA ND The British Council WAKRI.'1'IJ) WIIITt PAKK A I'ijuwfiirlr Kerilal tlX'lL JACK 'Si Vincetiu MtltMSIIAl •trriNsii %  ah >i %  sa "• A GRAND DANCE Mn OLoI onaOM t A.ht.i.1 lll.r. .1.1.1 A, MlOSS .. 1 i MCINIIAV NIUHT lOlli 1 aeplnnlwr. IHI ) Al IhUNITFO MK-IAI I MarchHrM. Si PhlHr 1 iKHMnj t-nl It' Ilu hlMBf is as good as ...a llm if MI-*> ILSO A MAN) HI I ariU IM a Mi mi ... DANCE -huh olll br F>*I4 ul J in\. r\ih HOI M | •asa n oa i Niihi IBM %  ,.M uaMrsssajoai J I %  i" Mr iis.iv tinnnun W rFRr*HMVNTs''.iS SAI l". A Biscuit it's Pastry— CRAWFORD'S BISCUITS are justly famous for their exquisite pastry. TRY THESE FAVOURITES PUFF CREAMS TR1-FRUIT PUFFS SWEET ASSORTED CREAM CRACKERS MANNING & CO.. LTD. AGENTS RfMmnn— IT'S THE PASTRY COUNTS THAT NOTICE The Public is hereby notified that we will be shortly TII.WSI I IIIIIM. Ol II Hi SIM'.SS III Ol II MA* I'SJI >IISIS. V. .t.t. Ilroiiil Slrrt'l. opposite Messrs DaCosIa & Co. Lower Broad Street. HI OTIC E OI'R Cl'1TOMKRS ARE ASKEP TO NOTE THAT OIR IVORKSIIOI' ANI> SERVICING DEPARTMENTS Wll.l. BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEP"tMBER AND WILL RK-OPEN ACAIN ON MONDAY. HTP SIPTEMBKR. 1931. SO AS TO ENABLE OUR PERSONNEL Tl. II WE THEIR \\M M. I. WE. A SKELETON STAI t WILL BE AVAIL ABLE KOR I MERC.ENCIES (INLY. IHR OIKICE. GASOLINE. S.PRAYP.MNTING, P\KTS AND AC < I'SSOKIES DEPARTMENTS WILL BE OPEN EOR BUSINESS AS USUAL .::'.:'.•.::','.'.:::'.'. %  .'.'.'.'.'.:'.'* COURTESY WHITE PARK ROAD 4.\II\4.K — DIAL 4616 The sir n of QnElltr PHONF 445. W'hi'ri'ti'r ihi> .XPIHI RED HAND PAINTS PKOVIDL IIH-IAHIP ]:;0T1(T10\ FOB I MlltlOKS AMI Hic.il i I \" DBOOKATION FOR IMH;IIII> Kill II \M> II UD '.I OM Tulni (irrc-n 'S' OnJessj, *S' Whltr. RID HAND IKIII'll II VMM II Rrlains iti ulu BJ i> ii UVD BPI i i U t Uatn For rxlrrlors and liitrrlors. Qrarji !>"* Oref, Ifrlos Light Oark BtOM iijh Bi ...ii Kl D 11 IND PI BM INI N I QR1 I H Hull <.r. t mil re .' if" %  IM I> II \\li MMIVin II M OB PAINT For nil.rit.f-. I rr.im While OTOOss, I;III II \ N ii i IIN ( v,\ II 11 CM %  |'\INT> Grei Mhl Qreei Brigi.* It*d. WILKINSON *\ IIAYNES CO., LTD.


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U.K. PREPARED TO USE FORCE TO DEFEND OILMEN KIK<.'* SiOITS LONDON, Sept. 7. JJRITAIN tightened i.or emergency preparations in Abadan and appeared determined to use force if any attempt is made by the Iranian Oov ernment to throw British oil men out of the refinery Foreign Office officials stated Britain stands deter minedly by its decisirn to hold on to Abadan—the world's largest refiner,—and to protect its person nel against any interference. The Anglo-Iranian otl con"moved rapidly towards a ne.. climax following Britain'* delision List night 10 break • % fT .111. pletely negotiations with Prei \ %  Mohamcd Mossadegh's Cabinet. Officials made it clear Q %  voulil nut negotiate as long as Mossadegh head* the Iranian G *fernment. Prime Minister Clenwn! Attlce % % %  II ';ill in emergency meeting *.o rs* Urn Hie situation in of any fresh development* in Inn A decision to break off t .Ik", with Mossadegh w is tak. n m i meeting between Attlce and foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison short lv before the Intter's depirlure for Sn Francisco -I'.r linioiH ~i;i Will Siir.il Jap Peace Trout) JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept 7. The IlKlOnMlM) OBHDM II nounced to-day that it had de•idrd to sign the Japanest Pe c* Treaty a', ihe San Fran, rincabinet made at a two and .1 King George Visits Bighlwid M.TiinBKAEMAR, Scotland. S-pt 7 The King due in London on Saturday for a medical check up. on Thursday visited a Highland her*, where kll lete annually etimpcte in traditional Sottish games. Thousand* cheered htm as he dmvi %  -onipanled by the Queen, Primes Margaret, end other members of l. The King, wbi i-omplained of a chill, after a day's [rouse shootuiK lasl week WHS vt-iled bv doctors on SumU. T hey Raw From I-ondon to see him il B. Wioral. hi;' vacation hnrue. in he Bosram Highlands, Thru %  '..I as routine Barbadian Agriculture Impressive MiBarnard Bra %  %  H P I I the wsfhraea la yes t erday d. eply impTM kSd b) % %  %  • %  rultivatrd and the -till and eAWufBo "' Bai %  lun Mr. aralne. who has com* ou* to the West 1: 1., the problems and which beat .: %  !' %  %  I bados to-d.i> f t Hn'; | I 1. to I'II* work tisti who he said mating, followed iin 1. r < m Ju|UIIl W ill l.easr Air Bases To U.S. B> Rt TIILKKORD POATS SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. Japan will lease ten air base. United States and allow it mendatlon made yesterday by 1 Legislative Council of UM : jumi" Party, th.. c sintry's largest, that thi treats signed. Information Arnold Mononutu In ai km mid thai the Foreign Minister. Su bard Jo, who heads the tndonasjgn delegation .it San Francisco would be 1 once. —V.P. ival banes at Yokuspk.. :> under a US. Japanese ilUancc to be slgneu nU learned reliably HON. ALBERT GOMES TO HEAD W.I. DELEGATION PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 7. Hon. Albert Gomes will leave Trinidad for London on September 19 He will head th I' %  'U man delegation from the British West Indie* to the meeting t Commonwealth Minister! which will ktudy supply and production problems. Sir John Saint of Barbados. Mr. Sangster of Jamaica and Mr Raatgever of Hntivh (iuiana arc t ta laajntai TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Siiiin-e: 6 50 a.m. Sonnet: 6 06 p.m. Moon: Tim Quarter. Stptem ber 8. Lighting: 0.00 p.m. High Tide: 9 00 a.m. B :i2 pin Low Tide 2 IT am 1 :13 p.m. I S..SC ( eleine shortly 1 Friday. Both American and Japanese officials reiterated their lletailllllia tlon to sign the pact in San Francisci within ;\\,, .1.1.m lev. jflii ling of the Japanese peace treaty. Premier Shigeru Yoshidn will sign for Japan. American officials mtid the exact ifme and place of the signing ceremony has not been tlxad but said there was 1. i>..-.for reports published In Japan that Burning had been postpone,! and planned for Tokyo — |\p. U.S. SOLDIER SHOT BY E. GERMAN POLICE BERLIN. Sept. 7. United States Army Hi a.lgii..rter reported a United Stater %  oauai ihet and arrested t<. Ml East QMUD peoples p.lii.iti.ni last night at Soviet chMkpotnl on I Berlin'* east-west border An iy*WttM lOtd an army soldier %  n.| wouiicicd when he (apparently Ion his way and ; crashed Im automobil* !post supporting barm 1 Russian checkpoint on the border Ot %  m l %  State* sector of Berlin and the Soviet zone of Germany. An Armj %  rmouneanam gaid: "When prfansd to demount from ( the damaged BUtO k the people** ipoUeamnn, the Bokuei faJlad (0 tlibly because he was ida/ed by the crash. The peOptos 1 policeman then died a thot int.* I tidier —U.P. Knirlish O 1 • %  %  1 %  ,, 1 r • %  1 ba 1 %  in in.tnj places in I1K4 1 try |;.ncs. Indcc looking the sea by S •.II.II>,., 1 tABUgni over .1 uor ^nwali. i IK... . 11.. Drutetoe, .. nuinMr of tne sugar iai % % %  srnan 1 was Mown ground 1-.. Mr, Ben Moon.iTid s.i ware of \%  • 1 %  1 %  tpialny being made i.".v 1 also had %  nd no duabt. eoni la provarMDtg could 1 havg MSBJ i.,i but it is a happy leatim UUll high proportion of th. houses are 0WMd by lh< I %  'I was suipr. 1 see that much of the wood seemed to be decaying for lack of a coal of paint. Barbados coulo be made *tlll more attraciiv. LI Its houses could be painted In I gay colours." Asked his t*pinii'!j .i!i"T ation. Mr. Rralne nald Plot To Kill Soviets Going To Treaty Talks SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. \|EMBERS of the Soviet delegation to the San Francisco Conference arrived at the War Memorial Opera House .inder heavy Police guard w.thout incident today, despite a reported plot to kill Soviet delegates on the highway The report, alleged to have come from an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation here, said White Russians planned to ram a beer : rack at high speed into the Russian car. 1118 UXCEl.LKNCY til. Qot-,v Orodrey R;idd*i otti*i Km* 1 I Mr. Ch-tlrv SpriuB'r. Onob.it :. nk. git 'Si I. it, Assistant S %  i oi nilM UK -juention of I %  POBHAL PROUST —Tlie Ai-tJ I pans rsj Vassil; BJOI 1 rv f*9 BIGGEST BRITISH OIL FIRE UGKS UP MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF OIL EXPLOSIONS ROCK DOCKYARDS ^ BRISTOL. Sopt. 7. The hisses! oil fire in British hislor>ra^cd out J control wnh M.ooo.ooonaiinnsof predoui lui-l urettdy dMtroytd '" %  furnace of flame. The losi oil is already the equivalent of ona week*, production at th#greai Abadan reflnery in Iran where the tuaputa over the nation.. Of the Aniilo-Iranian Oil C-.>m|>anv dealt a severe blow 10 Britain s vital oil needs. Two nvw explosions rucked !l„. vast Oil storage srM at Av..,rhOUth docks here at diwn sendla ''in., hundreds of feet into th? air. A billowing pillar of 100 miles away. tanks were ablaze and others containing millions of gal%  i were threatened. Two men were missing and ; -V H Thirty flrsnTttfl and five naval Tilings were Injured fie unchecked blaze. Sabotage .' The cause of the cxploaion which afternoon remained unknowr %  no mention yet of the of sabotage The ntorage I i DM of the largest In the %  'sand gallons of loom KG. Will Produce Jute On LurgtScale • IBOHGBTOWrf, Sept 6 British Oulana has betn selected by the Colonial Office for what Ibty be a large-scale ex%  In jute prodoi I i.t bj the Colonial Office in conjunction ith the British Gulann Government and Messrs. Hooker Brother*. MrCnrmeU ind Company Ltd. 1 this country have been found to be favourable by a two-mar misMon header I 1 Oliver of the Jute Trade Association, who ;.flr a month's surheaded back to the Ul Kingdnm to hand in his report { --nmeu.ati K to tba CDtonlal Office ipaelty or Indian colony to provide a reasonable standard of living l> : r i ibjoetod to i mrsj 'i> oftOB OJ irresponsible ok nani bul m u advance is clearly governed by i I %  >f tne situation, and no amount Of of themselves. inercaM thi wealth of the people. The only way in which thai car is by the willingness lo work and roadli Diiity. "1>' re lb no doubt thai %  rabta utvanca i*. being made in %  \: Held, but faced with the prospect of a population which m Itself in 30 yMi .'ii •-ii ma to i momj oi UM We.i Indies as a Whole, can I i to sustain thto I I population rofdonal ipproacli I Mr BraltM ild igraatly aojoyed httsi I island and bad bOOl iltaUtj -ind k all Dortedtani he had mat Ho \,.-. only sorry that '..• leave so %  Ha away with htm, an unforgettable of this j Before leaving to-daj oacts to visit the 8ua*i Unit, lha tMiUtflnsa of th. Jature and the Bai Club s %  I.OHIO. CHANNEL t Mi*SI.N(i.—Abei i.o me AJ anor, wi nl,. crowing lygi rid. plans me leverae fUrocUOn on training at r %  %  i day. If ha will i l II K1KONI li —North Amerli %  ,', i ad .HI labour i |ing sacrillce and life, m ni UM NatnnaJJai Part] %  i l QKANTaV %  %  s 18.000 Li I ro \I-II i 'iMHiv i hntud it> v : i i %  | .. : U %  HU.III K PBJCCS—ft | Dyi I .-. 1 %  %  r ion cstiUB— i ... : Paiarn UPATBUDfl i %  %  'he fun I laoS.MO i r L.i\. Troops Open Counter-Offensive 2,000 WffiS KILLED ll> KOHKKT \ IHMII I.MIN rH AHMV HEADQUARTERS, K rei Sept I United Natkma troopa Laahed bach with violence %  i It-led Q Ineee lora i oi I %  i front and drove Coramunfa ta Into retreat %  >tiniali'H 2.0*1(1 I.IMI.IMK S A Hirpriaa Chineae thru* rlown the ancient wai n three advani • tJnited Natloni patrol ipened theii own drive v'i ippad allied unll . with deed and a i join %  count) i' Allied iroopi regalnad a hill northwest ,,f V,.n. in n and W* wards of the db I.HHI Chlnaai %  %  %  .•e Red aasaull m >> hai Renlnji up the Mow b j fore a full-scale oflSjO I Reds found no mti potati times This weoteni fr..' jcosi the soetnj al i, j : eil dead ami 23 prlfionen In >-'• I lO an r-stiiii.it.il I knock OUt al Ir.ist flv of tin %  Ian-bufll Ti lanh YANKF.t. WIT •he.1 I Republic %  Vi ring he would lit % %  "Drllghted' the i ; rorward lo look %  ".-d II n %  he map of M, %  i host ad ihf ho itton of i\i'i\ | %  M r MOB \CCUH4>S 11 II um f Of 7 olo lit a riti n ism AT CIVIC RECEPTION ibe allie Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Th fund went forward ys tardsy helped by a S50O donation trom Bulkrlsy Ltd Thsy nri> yet otiicrit. however, %  mo iivr not yet got around to i. iidiiin in thair donsUon. Ths> roaget U*t sa um> -lip. <4*ilUy by Ui* many of "time *isf>rsr i* prolonged WHY NOT orvr HOW' Add your eontribiiUou. and help eompUte Slo.ooo tnilckly Do it today' It i fsrly cloiing day, but i thf Bank* or tbo in the office of this ii,>wn.ippr will find ttme to Peer donation M-/e -wiftly to do a vood dw *,. ....,Miaiiw SI I> Th.. I > nun,h t A G a i' (; A J GIFTS FOR THF ROYAL COUPLE %  tors of fiic lighting equipment and The survej bv the lllarton rame ''"," !"" " h '"' *iulpn men of Agriculture bad made a' ., '" a rom Atjric successful small sesle experiment Jt Is believed that n • in t -• %  btg experiment.—'C*> nu\s mi/t\ n i wi i %  • %  ) MO all over Brttala only .. ix-la b 1 ;. ti losBI w.ill %  < i of wtda blag* I ..f tank* brimming %  %  rnflltary vehicles and Ind I The first of the two expiosions iat dawn blew off the top of I'ank. saM ... of flame jhundicd* of feel into the air and TORONTO. Sept Toronto's personal gif ceas Ellfahi'th and the IJuke Edinburgh will bt [pi of diamond Inset gold cuff links -_-ivi. oil : %  Thursda* thai an oil pointing of l t>ideal Cnrndian scene will be j Roval couple—

W OlllUfl I >M\itor Stubhing ft loeh I.I ,i fC so La % %  ',' i % %  I orpse i Bank II. I many sta 1 %  I i>ad wh. %  %  nd Al CM | -Ugh' %  I Ut. j Ii M I <*>>aii >.i'i gathei ad In lot Iroi I. rhai liMVing auppticl I,.. ..\ il„. (K.i -itii weapons' iiiat kciit . up an. kapi ihe anems down %  the elvi WlUl a. I Truman's adnm %  .; personal lluortli embarking \ ward totaiii mi .ii %  |.. tch last night aid U %  dull ha PB.I. here would not conflrrr. %  i plot The delegat nn left Millibfirough short I v iftOr 9 JO .i to t'oimxtied on six la o HilNborough II i ontalnlng i i nant and %  %  -ii asjembari of ihe %  %  New Trick* .mi lb*] leai ne ng of the • iKtudlng II out Ruanai vantlon In Korea Di BanalM John .I Sparkman revkm ,i u. Mates delegation anil U i nj for) ign dtplomats on t!. mlnuto troubts %  Ml -.(111 I '1. I in keeping my fingers %  Ign the Treaty I'm BUSSJ Com i have plenty of ; uii hare oi al i Vbei Bafted what Russians might do Bparkmai : 111. I* S. .1. %  aid Thci are capabli In vi li in* in KOT man) othai things n.* ros Ruani i lot then planes and submarines into action ita II for their dU Ukf I'M lU %  %  private with the muahraomlna %  in individual ..i I.I i.. i. of %  gencj Strike Settled Q\ ft | I .' innoti I, | , th< r of I 000 Government Customs Ho %  ad < tlil i anti il Amu trade ,fp Will Walk (JiK Ambassador John P*aaM Dulb l" Kuiilcd Ti-..' I he "aaounird" the Hii'%  Hi of the 5'J avferanc* before the signed, probably s*.it. n. Acheson, i 1 %  oimd no llns rveiung With the gntng <mg pl.iti %  I -H'se plans call*! | %  % %  il nn .-i i of a war. Now emphasis ited to thi '' s i's. againil U grOUSSl Western i -i r • B.G. Ma) Ship Ilmjber i< AnttotUa .%  %  rally cral %  .i.i i i. i... ,*.,. An Austrs %  -r.'ii .J 1. .i WI lian 1 %  FORGED 'MOTHS' /'. CUtCl i. t//o\ %  i. %  r the I %  • < If is state,, | %  pamed a ,• i | Jtilig PLAYERS Korea Talks May Resume AI Sea ll> I'HII. NHV-ini TOKYo | [ A meeting on a nemr sea appeared to provide •a*r which ettJ %  munlsu or the would consent to the i %  the of Korea POKT-OP-SPAJN, 6V '•' 'Tx? wh a K ; *• Regentl The second day pnm,,n her waj to the Hospit-t She ! Company Other Companies ds y with no reply from I Ihe area were ihe Oetfc bv home where the District mpsury and proiw-sal for liaison vistted her The twins are doing I 7 E^o Petrleum Ltd. ,BI Pan Mun Jorr, | well —t'.p. Dew conference site. mmodlatc poa slmlaai illied csm %  ming if o( %  blame I A (! %  /.rik That city is i %  nds to the meet led Nat I %  %  r ;idgway with „ %  nd renewal of %  mand 'h^.t United Nation' adn '' %  I fear of I Ridi i r ga rotti ;