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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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LONDON, Sept. 10 QUIGHTH ARMY HEAD-| Acheson, and British Foreign Secretary, Her
BRITAIN in a sweeping economic crackdown cut} Chica Nations sateen veparis| bert Morrison, tackled the criticat Iranian oil dis
avons 7% ( , if av as 5 ; i inis-
off Tran’ s supply of dollars from sterling bloc] said the enemy has three armo c pute M onday as the 1951 Big Three Foreign Minis
ed divisions poised for attack with tay Co arene Ae r
sources Monday and forbade her from buying scarce. total of tive “offensive” armic ters Conference opened officially here Be
1eson eeting separatel
goods from this country. now massed on the western front an Maontibeh SAMMY meek ae
3, Inited Nations warplanes ri 7 ie .
The step came as Premier Mohammed Mossa-}pec up enemy troops and supply Ou P lucts Freda. Soe Dar
x degh prepared to send Rritain an ultimatum Tues- concentrations eft over the front i FOauUucts Full dréss three power meet-
: s a ‘ = ‘i Tee IAs i and were Dac in the al rex ~sday 7"
: day demanding that Britain negotiate the oil crisis|air on Monday shooting for road- Of \ enezuela Thre a ann Mpg mo ‘} a
uy ’ : logging Rex imns jeekend ay “om Epor ma
on Iran’s terms or get its versonnel out of Iran. Sete in Rad eatin, wided Ths , ing a path for a peace settlemen
vehicles to allies, de stroyed or ° T : + Germany and this will have
\ bo “British seanity ais iu demaged scores brin t il Lew High p priority during the five-das
5 vv e Ss: reasury anc he i atin vey aemta ‘ nference. But the situation in
Board of Trade and was the first CUBAN PRESS ae coe mth ; I ARRY FRAN he Middle East commanded most
aan eae bite at 1 roop F: red by RR : . I yas Y ed
4 action of its kind since oil nego- WANTS BAGASSE an important hill south-east of . co ; ition in British-United States
| ae with Iran collapsed last NEWSPRINT Pyonggang at the peak of the old ii] versations.
The announcement stressed the HAVANA. eo Se nee sidan : vill Other beatin
actions “are not sanctions or re- FE Rvs <4 resolution to the eee a etl e 7 \ A rae eee eee =.
tenle ar, a = | ar ongress : ae . nate . ‘ . s , . ilar}lem these are some ¢ e ;
— hog ee measures of des | efforts to Gant mx sa cties hill position a Re LINDA DARNELL, Americano film star, recently arrived in the United Kinrdom from Jam or ies facing Foreign Ministers:—
ence” for Britain’s economy : industry in Cuba, using northward.—U.P. with (wo members of the R.K.O. Film Organisation. They are chatting with Lady Hug: ‘ eun Firstly, Italy’s demands for
It ended Iran’s special facility bagasse, has been presented c a oe econd from left), wife of a former Governor of Jamaica. Miss Dernel! has piomised , ; aca ee ern reer : '
of being able to convert sterling! by 15 of the biggest news- i ator » part in shows in the U.K, to asst in the raising of funds for the Jamaica Relief Fund | SOOTY) SAS Susesee =
into dollars. She also will not be! pupers and periodicals in I ruman De te r nvine d ; : nS | ting Greege and Turkey to the
able to receive sterling in payment | the island. T K. : h | \ intic Pact Organization and
for oil sold to other nations. | On the basis of demon- oO eep Acheson As | | From: A Ad! Vuarters : I aé Re » e con mes possible creation of a Mid-
Essential British goods senneds strations and proofs chat ‘ » oe i ri ain’s earmanhié i in} nine oe nee we ria’
to Iran are believed to inclu | have been presented, they Secretary Of State | ; ‘ i I virdly, Spain and Yugoslavia
steel products and machine |] said, they are convinced that ’ 7 . ( i ‘ | tar-| 01 ae Euro} defence-—ticklis
items needed in Britain and which | the manufacture of news- WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 | en e i e pP ro ra mme Held U) ) By Fl Fo iy, the Angio-Ttenien !
could be sold for dollars. || print and cellulose from Truman appeared more acter | : | I petroleum | cer the Anglo-Iranian o1
| b gasse is feasible in Cuba jmined than ever to-day to kee} Sentences | i \ ful} “Seas
2 Thee : ~ ‘e Pe ony . ‘ : Fifthly, the future of Trieste
rotection They urged that funds |/Acheson as Secretary of Sta | ” ; ’ iu
; re s . - 7 * cntre of the dispute between Ital
should be set aside for the The President restated his] ¢ W a ~ Ls WO ‘elaine
Meanwhile the 8,000-ton British establishment of a news- position on Acheson yesterday | Ten persons have been tried for} an O er or at ; Stxthiy, Rayti n blockad f
cruiser Mauritius and four destroy- print industry as soon as he flew back to Washington from, /fe in tl Bucharest Military 5 ae X \ .. sis oe ee ies
ers were en route to the Persian possible.—B.U.P. the week’s journey whic took ; Court, on a charge of high treason (By R. H. SHAC KFORD) é r G ‘ m United | , a bound shipping in the Sus
gulf to relieve five other ship: | him to the Japanese Peace Treaty plottins * a ecurity Ww os LONDON, Sept. 10 ptic ; Seventhly, French struggle
standing by off Abadan to protect yconference and the visit at } heaeineee fon Se ae | GREAT BRITAIN’S three-year £ 470,000,000 Re \ ¢| ‘ainst. Communist forces in
British lives if necessary | P; home in Missourl. = for all the accysed ment Progr: shas boaged do 1 Kat \ Unit ’ :
era. Bere n rosie } h Catholic officials | a 1en rogramme has bogged down almost be ‘ : : ne tes] TrcosChinn
aon Tranien: Caget sat. mot apagos ’ Part | Aahees apoording to. Cesk rest ons implicat-| because of a critical shortage of manpower, offic ot Eighthly allocation of raw
than two hours Monday ni sht to } jdent did a “splendid job” at Sa Ave econ | T ae 3 , | materials in the rearmament pro-
discuss Iran’s ultimatum to the Francisco, proving that “he’s!, T1GtO~ Err as ese reports plus a shortage of raw materi: d Ee. F
Gee | ~ + I ls. —U.P. 1 ; \ unme
British which is being submitted S avourite lamarter than any of the guys whe ls 4, Riksta nter threatened with too little coal and electri re Babed geo: ene ne-| Ninthiy inpadiiy. nbadielities
d tussiar : . Dist | é € alks.
by Averell Harriman Tuesday | have been attacking hin | soldie: whe viet vinits ent a grave threat to Britain’s contribution to the Atla e ' ) ex- | jut Germany, pivotal point in
es IN ATHENS | The President planned to t earl ay hed the | lreaty Defence Programme Verec of} Pe ‘West’ struggle with the Soviet
cs a. ae Fatemi also | , with ee to-day or t | Fr rench sector of West Berlin The most serious manpower] communieation to YT vain 1ion will get top priority be-
Ves f ails of an agreement " . {row Truman _ congratulated] wher he asked lum and g shortage is on railways \ have] State muld certain! r¢ f se Allie rei : S °
to sell oil to Afghanistan, War Hero” Moma “ae na | Acheson by telephone on ur} it . " a Ad te J * 18.000 Sarat ion ana Fi spi Pe i smart : tie, Tl i tutu re| ‘ oe Fring wena cage Mien tae
Fatemi said Britain’s was an | panagos’ 1. anaerere mander! aay on the outcome of the Sai s the Afth’ Huweiar si vocate Jamaica dae , ‘He aitiintios | ; ae te
Hotavatie nat ‘apagos’ new Royalist Greek! & , is t fifth Russian to flee one to fill the job Phe situatio i l r tickly if the continent is to have
uni ater 1 repudiating of the treaty Rally emerged today as the Francisco meeting? ve eareie this month Russian Relief Fund has been known for some time, bu ence | t e of this e« antl hance against Soviet attack.
by Britain “just when it suits her strongest individual party in the Truman has long regarde p ‘ol noticed him currying now the House of Commor ip-| | put tl ding produ ot wall. 0.
In the meantime 15 Opposition Ae nee Elections, but may| 4cheson as one of the best Secre-| along the aoe are at dawn Just $110 found its way propriation Committee has brou urd p rue ign
ee ra aeee 7 ner ail to win the absolute majority taries of State in the nation’s his ind one patrol entered the west into the fund yesterday it out into the open _ , .
oan eee oan ae needed’ to give thig country tory, and recent attack or | sector, but he left before the alert- Pupils of the Modern High In May this Committee reported aontstnieeoeneetesannenagcasin U.K. Protests To
adegh's oil polioy ae intents ond pire Government. The trailing Acheson, particularly those by|ed West Police arrived on the is = andes Jor aE a shortage of unskilled Jabou
b want = 3reek Rall which despite rift! Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. have | *eene ay and no doubt pupils of would be felt after the first yea: cs ’ ; “hit
o intimidation. tactics,” “the” 69-year-old Die an Actually” stremethonert ttre Presi} »- COTTON, CROPie Sh > agitator other. seheols will be} of rearmament, but ar King, George Communist China
The communique said promises | and Paul Papagos said it would|dent’s convictions. ture “Department at Washington stepping into line just as ports considerable difficilty al es a .
by the Mossadegh Government to] support the King, was the centre UP. to-day forecast this year’s cotton soon as they can, ready in getting both skilled and \ isits X-Ray Ex vert — LONDON, Sept. 10
secure £300,000 daily once vil \of the National Progressive TC e: = 17 1,000 bales, the third A inskilled wor ker $. . r I The British Government has ex-
was nationalised had not onty | Union. e . e {lars crop in history. This es- oe the fund creeps The shortage ig notable in air LONDON, Sept. 10 ressed “grave concern” to Chin-
tle a doaake . 5 a tke rH "i | { next hi only slow yg . : , ommunists 04 } arbi
failed to materialize but Govern- The Greek Rally showed a Emanuel C. Gordon 1, £ rn f ‘ $10 000 - *y ie ard ’ the ereft and machine tool industric Palac brushed | : ; si ; a ke { Aas
ment actually was paying out |stror~ lead in partiel countrywide han the foreeast of a month ago a : th goal se ‘ rod Mi nd also on railway the com le Pre veculation” the] y = and —_ treatment
money from the Treasury for|popular vote returns but the . M wa ompared with last year’s yall and ere are ye { hose who mittee said. “your committee were ' ¥ eadlines touche | Americans and other foreigners
Iranian employees in oil areas. final votes from Athens manos Limps Into Harbour p of 10,012,000 bales and a ten have not yet contributed, al- much concerned at this, havin il ‘bout the | a bas called on them to change
It said furthermore the oil in- | Papagos may not gain ye average of 12,030,000 le though they mean to do so. regard to the need for the efficient inopeaacatite | heir policies it was announced
dustry is at a complete standstill | majority needed to end the how After Stormy Voyage { rae MAIPR: Let ! WILL YOU Dol movement of iw material and n > iv expert onl “ day night :
sere that the general situation in ae Soveueee which ruled Aft ' , | election ere Id See - ee TODAY ? finished equipment for the de- fe | arte arse D re Lionel
ran is worsening.—U.P. weece since liber: After a stormy voyage fror } , i ate 2 remie ' 3 fence wre ; . art sa I } eking conveyed repre-
r Ss worsening.—U.P. reece since liberation Trinidad te acta die: the 63-ton| Solh, g ih El Bizt Make it a point to send in “She oes ee f Material ; is « rier entations to the Chinese on a
ee —- ~ Observers » believed a new coali-| schooner Emanuel C. Gordon un-|of Sidon, 17,722 t 5,126 your donation without any On a ov yp “¢ ira : i ae a “private visit.” but mier: 1
’ } tion Government would be|/der Captain Carlton McQuilkinipoiled by Gazem E R | further delay. Either of ‘the tir te ee at ea =~ yaaa ea report th it the Kin wal "he Foreign Office said Lamb
TO-RAY’S WEATHER | formed by national progressives] finally reached Barbados on Sun-| in city Banks will receive it ively small number’ of skilled)’. + tress low grade pnev.| retested on behalf of the United
f General Nicholas Plastirags and] day | wot LD WE AKEN U.S. -—Lic and so will the cashier of ne ae ee Workere, (Conalae Tt Gust. a states, Canada, Australia and Cey
CHART Pr emier Sophocles Venizelos’ The manuel C. Gordon . left! tenans 7 C. Wed the office of this newspaper ble diffic atts ‘ be In exp a ienced| : Rie ' ee I el whose taaeds in Chine. Bri-
ore nr ; Aus € y, for | me > 1 t arm 7 ‘ ice very ttle bou i ve a GFaS POKCE in ite ‘ a I
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. Liberal Party f 1,740 candidate 2 oe oe eae ee eae a - K i Saas ee ies Rus Do not miss this chance. been med Vailable i result H that he céuld dj eee P.
Sunset: 6.04 p.m. 3, ne andidates | Barbados : orn Salis’ angi in “ores would. aed Luseht prev. ack 9,096.0 | of shoitage of materials, partic-| not this summer's state
». jentered to replace 1,250 seat} stripped riggings, she forced| prestige in the Far East and wea ge ¢ naterials, partic-)
Moen: First Quarter | Parliz on tee ' ae? id . ‘ I Advocate Ce ularly metal ea doctors, | “ADV TE”
: arlie ent ssolve < to take shelter at Grenada and] en the U.s./ Ldvocate Co, Lid | ‘
Lighting: 6.00 ga Pa cid Pal, Aine ar henill days “later at St "Tat is be- ‘NO AGGRESSOR - Mars! me 100 zat nual er eae Kk we a f ‘we
High toa 1.17 a.m., tion Greece had more than 20} fore making her third attempt for | Tito d to-day in a broadcz 2.00 indu tric were holding on to la v t ! } pays for
Low Tide: 6.54 a.m., Governments — none stable. Int Barbados. that Yugoslavia is building up her Joyce nu 1.00 bour even in states of unde ; 3 : | Dial 3113
7.01 p.m. the past 17 months six Cabinetsy “It was the worst weather Ij, for the sole purpose of th Be RS ceri ee employment,” but classified man lear ile, the King hag re~|
held office. U.P. have ever met at sea,” said C oo defence of her coastline and rot Bruc m3 yh aie a 00 power hortages in the machine > Seotland AG, hae) Day or Night
ee ee tain i an ae thes been Ry |for_any ag are aaive purpos« A BP ci taias 10.00 tool seine y as “acute” and those ined ! oo 1 good)
ing to sea nov or ) yeal f DIED.—Sit liam Morridam 4, nae 8.00 in ti aircraft indus? and — ee
one time during the voyage, he & N. Edghill 0 royal ordinance factories eri
; F; U, d ik: l Ti Mi said, he thought that everybody | for ay ft the Priv Avrgeerant ae us Cet eigen ete tea "
; aid, u at yboay! of : nd ¢ the ‘ Evelyr 25.00 o
rance if} i e Ly O / ass and the ship would have been lost F nay a S it Koyal Bank a Canada The problem |} ‘ Brit
But, the crew worked hard to-|¢* ° A L. A, Lyne 10.00 in ever since the Britain i
> gether to save the ship and their} °UDC#*~ : 4 Moder : for all practical i
Produce 50 Ton Tariks | site 3 sice eae ee OSE iia, se senioe pare or ee Rae
j ‘ é lank @lin a we iso Pre ent , ate « full employment d ha
good crew. é ; 4 : Total $9,006.39 beer or ( » ve
‘ . of the 1ica Scottish Society , an yme \
(By WILLIAM RICHARDSON) Squalls, Fog {and President of the | UP.
The bad weather sprung up] Jamaica Cricket Board of Control |
PARIS, Sept. 10. oe me eee : _— was}, FALLING MISSILES.—It ha - é ei | mene
ii , under the lee of St. Lucia, th ee le ed Russiar type ;
’T HAS BEEN f.EARNED that France probably will] pyiday night f been leart ian tyt ritk . | j
iday night following her depar- : tile have been 1 es 7 nnounces
| agree to abandon plans to mass-produce the 50-ton tank]ture from Trinidad. “There were | KA ailied Yinee Oi ‘ho Js ote ‘
| her engineers designed as the best all-around answer to}® blackout, heavy squalls i entral front fe everal C25 000 More Cricket Team
Russian armour. The prototypes of the new heavy tank Bc tcast ies cents Mathai ind | ¢ o . >
5 . —) . th : aptain Me cin sa hes
were the pride of the French armoured forces and of tec h- The Schooner was tossed T , 8 Pros GE RAGE r IWN BG
nicians and engineers who regarded it as a symbol of about while water broke Ship R uns round. oO amaica Sept. 10
e resurgence of French industrial ingenuity and military] over her deck and_ rushed British Guiana, search f
i . g Ss. " > ri | 7 r } Our Own Correspondent ket talent. included ir
production. into the cabins. The gaff INDO Ss } Nr rrespor rick n id j
Fs The “sacrifice”, it is learned, is} SMapped as the wind blew | ‘1 passe r shi Scillonis A furt LONDO V; Sept. 10 to oppose Barbados in the in
being made in the interest of two| Stronger and Captain MeQuil- ith about 80 pers« ard Went! added ae Pe ” 280.000 2 ee olontal ak ae ine Pe re hes
+ ’ factors kin let her run back to nd tod e graveyard | tamaican ‘Hurric an eat eee ie tember 19, Third Division slo
Gold Price Fi IX€ d Firstly, arm standardizatior Grenada, rea cHing.~ St. ip off. the southwest Eng- ie oo ee ry : 4 _ eee aoe ae ao ude: ae ‘ Mi ° t -
mn seeking s spare the ReNTHER SAR ieee on the Sunday. li et J brought os a gift from the people of Great | bat mat ‘tHavnte D ie ain agi!
t vet of the Atla *act arms to a few emporary repairs were done tc ore ely , Britain direct t Gove | i % r J
At $35 An Ounc e basic and intere) angeable weapons|the Emanuel C. Gordon so that rhe Honi vhich shuttle The Fund Ente decent Casnraie: ' ae ‘ <3 Ch et
> os . for the facility of training repair] she could set sail a 1 Ba between Penzance on the main» : nist aa te Ch ecdicitetes Sie tO ETC ni of er f,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 “ 5 ea nbinnat, sli ee I bados on Wednesday. The vessel’s! land and St. Mary’s, the large ee. : wens h incl aH Lady Huggins, | County, described the “find” « é Same ni
anc achin oling Chairmar oel ¢ 1
Delegates from 50 nations met Sccondly, C mgressional cuts in| Crew were enjoying fine weather| of the Scillio islands, grounded if Rothe poet ; oward, Lady |the trial A sic bowler. }
to-day for the World Bank and United States 1id to France which| Until there wa “a chan in the ivy fog | Seaner pote Cou 7 Bente t on eae er Dorn ee me SL a d
‘ stary > ie W ota é 1 : i ' : é Auise Bennet met} was the most cor tent batst
cars gyre Vel mtee ¢ or authoritative ‘jovernment quarters} Weather e ‘on sere P. |today to plan a programme of thee j il but B.G. goes ir an ar
me Ss ne cova Claim will erzmp industrial expan- age § shows and concerts in London in | ex Sait ni) Sika tee
uth Atel Age = YAS ae ane, sion even in the munitions field HURRICANE MOVES | aid of the fund oper tt “attack ma : in of 2. alityas
spoutn ¢ rica anc anada, fo oO I 1 t i ick ! 7
, " “e . iu
the jwocie s ee gold producers Heavy Outlay ke BAY ’ N.E. OF wemare DA | The: biggest event will be a bi The «a Re ; G
are leading the drive to jack up the —s pig compiete validity of this last ue MIAMI, Sept. 10 concert in the Royal Festival Hall | (Capt La e Thor Geor
gold price which is aN , , clniies as etinetionied “in some Fr o GRENADA t a Weather Bureau repo | early in Nove mber but the re will ; ! Patoir I Si ip dite
$35.00 an ounce since 1934. economic tircles as being only ‘ tr GEORGE'S, Sept. 10 Pere es ee five ny also be a dozen of other sh« nd t Ww I J
. a ides partially true Zut it is correct to H.M.S. Bigbury Bay arriv’ ee oF bermud it midnight carbaret It 4 ‘so Dyer. § seaffortt
The United States Treasury y that the pr ictio t tank Mi ‘ nm movir ward at 25 m.y hoped to put on shows in the pro- | Erie Ct (
Secretary Join W. Snyder, who SouLas hen Pat ‘doll out here a Thur aay: from Trinid 75 mile er hour or|vinces to raise more money for| Harry Christ ic ¢ eS Th eS
heads the American delegation lay. ae Wnt ine ert od es stad yn a four-day visit UP | Jamaica ahetve
doubted if eny action would be vitals at tae time when ‘
taken at the conference 3ut he th ae € we y ‘ iV ailebie ms ao ran - or @ as
added quickly that the nee NES currency for ourchases of coal and y q/ 5 P ofa VW [
SE ene ced eevinnag cxn reten Sot itiuegee ot oO ugoslav Postion May Become Less
happen.” One expected de tain other profuctica « L CQArs
| ment ie the resigné arte “ te : The abandonment of plans for 3y D. G. BRIGGS
slovakia, the only Iron Cur 1 preducing a 50-ton tank however tit ie ia a ‘ni
nation still holding membership goes not preclude the manufacture WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. “ pla , F ry, Bulge and Romania |
in the World Benk Organizatior of other armou: Diplomatic and military offici i They id ‘ This | I iltere ie | ‘
| , said today that the fall from po al “Titoist 1ece in ( ‘ f ower i ‘ ‘ e
Although the agenda will Informed quarters predicted the] & of some pro-Russian Commun Vv l enhance ; favour of the *
adopted for a five-day conferen French probably might manufac-| ‘8 39 Czechoslovakia may indi iV ym in tt , Y \ di ee
any topic can be brought up for ture with American machine tools] <2'¢ peenerting. oF tne eaeeme tO a evoked ‘thes : a - - 7
discussion by any of the 150 dele- and assembly line technique either ae pag aes oo eta g ee — a : ‘ :
gates. South Africa and Car Aone or two United State army} ing C ft event aoe Poe Pp al force. To oe ‘* oe
will hardly miss first opportunity tanks in production in the Ur ited e , A en 0 nie 1 any les l pT ne in cor ‘ e oe
to press for a higher gold price. Stat $4 : ff ‘ P
South African producers who Making t 1) toe :
openly sold half their t Europe, n early to deciphes : ‘ : GARDINER AL STING C7"
“black } , pointed « vO i er the ( F ¢ z
bet r sie Peal seared ms ne E fror Agents -
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Carub Calling

MISS WORLD

ARBADCS Radio (Ship Coast
Station) which is operated

vy Messr Cable and Wireles
(W4.) Ltd., is at present in com-

munication with the S.S. Akaroa,
the ship which is taking part of the

W.I. team to Australia. On Sun-
day night Akaroa gave her posi-
tion as 10.18 South: 102.24 West,

approximately 3,300 miles from



Bat bedep (as the crow flies). Her
destindtfon is New Zealand and
from there members of the team
will change ship for Australia

Akaroa is due in New Zealand on
September 25th. From her Sunday
position she has approximately
5,300 miles more to go.

Returns Tomorrow

IR GEORGE SEBEL, K.C.M.G.,
Comptroller for Development

and Welfare in the West Indies
and British Co-Chairman of the
Caribbean Commission left Sea-
well for Trinidad on Sunday
evening by B.W.I.A. to attend a
meeting of the Board of Trustees
of the Caribbean Commission's
Provident Fund, Sir George, who
is Chairman of the Board, expects
to return to Barbados to-morrow.

For Labour Officers’
Conférence

R. F.C. CATCHPOLE, O.B.E.,
Labour Adviser to the Comp-
troller for Development and Wel-
fare, left Barbados by B.W.I.A
yesterday morning.

He will be visiting Grenada,
Trinidad and Jamaica, for consul-
tation with the Heads of the La-
bour Departments. From Jamaica
he will fly to London to attend a
conference of the Labour Officers
of the British colonial territories,
which is being held at the Colonial
Office from September 24th to
October 6th.

Mr. Catchpole will return to
Barbados on 14th October

Grenada Wedding

R. ROBERT OSWALD WIL-
LIAMS, son of Mr. R. O.
Williams formerly of Barbados
and prominent businessman in
Grenada, was married on Satur-
day afternoon at St. George’s
Anglican Church, Grenada to Miss
Norma_Vera Pilgrim. only daugh-
ter of Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Pilgrim
of Grenada.

A large number of guests at-
tended the ceremony which was
performed by Archdeacon H. G.
Pigott.

Given away by her father, the
bride wore a dress of embossed
satin with close-fitting bodice and
full skirt with train. She was at-
tended by Miss Greta Williams, a
sister of the groom who wore blue
lace over taffeta with gold acces-
sories. Mr. David Otway acted as
bestman

Afterwards there was _a recep-
tion at the home of Mr. R. S. Jor-

THE
became “Miss World” against i
Seantiest of “Bikini swimsuits,

Davies and third Doreen Dawne.

Back to Trinidad

R, MICHAEL LAING, Assist-

ant to the General Manager

of Trinidad’s Rediffusion Service

returned to Trinidad over the

week-end after a short holiday in
Barbados.

Leaving by the same plane was
Mr, Keith Roberts who had been
holidaying in Barbados since
August 25th. He was staying with
relatives in Hindsbury Road. Keith
is with Caroni Ltd., in Trinidad.

Cut Short Holiday

ON. J. C. WOODING, Attor-
ney General of the Leeward
Islands who had been holidaying

dan, Headmaster of the Grenada in Barbados has cut short his va-
Boys’ Secondary School, cation due to ill-health. He left
Mr. and Mrs. Williams left for Antigua over the week-end by

B.W.LA

He was to have been introduced
to the local Bar on Friday August
31st, but he was unable to do so as
he has taken seriously ill.

Grenada for Trinidad on Sunday
and will later go on to British
Guiana where Mr. Williams is at-
tached to the Royal Bank of
Canada

THE ADVENTURES

Or



BY THE WAY. e © © By Beachcomber

DESCRIBED some time ago discreet manseryant entered,

the arrival of a_ singing Anybody but Tussleworth could
mouse at Northolt, and an have seen the words “Theatrical
interview with it in its suite Costumers” written all over
behind the wainscot in a West him Reader it was Sztetzon-
End hotel. I was accused of batty! And as he placed the
exaggeration. consomme on _ the _ table, he
winked at the hostess. The little
Today I read of an American detters of the alphabet, floating
“eat film-star called Rhubarb” jn her soup, formed the words
which is mpking a “personal “Get the talk on to sausages.”
appearance tour.” Its contract

“stipulates regular airline flights
and first-class hotel#.” It seems
to me that a dramatic news story
could be arranged by introducing
these two, and getting one star
to eat the other.

The Hidden Rhinoceros
(Vil)

SICKENING

A legal problem

"T°WO men were fined the other

day, each for being, in the
official language, “One of two
persons carried on a bicycle.” In
the case of Siamese twins on a
bieycle with two saddles side by

AGDA VON
P knew men pretty thor-
oughly. She realised that this
great booby Tussieworth, with his
honesty and simplicity, might
defeat far cleverer men by mis-
take. The cricketer had no
notion that he was involved in a
plot s0 complicated that not
even I, who am writing the
story, would presume to attempt
to unravel it. So Magda decided
to play the part of a frightfully
decent girl, of the type that any
cricketer would like for his sister;

a sport, a Jolly good sort. “Tell
me. she said, “about your Ru

. ” 3 a iy pert is puzzled by the quiet
hashes. “Not very tasty, : ait
replied Tussleworth, batting an at of ~ othe: 5
imaginary ball. “I meant your people, wenser why |

slipped away like that,"’ he chinks
“and where have they gone
Turning round, he catches «¢)):
the last of them before the |
hide them. ** Good gracious

Test Match hashes,” said Magda
patiently. Tussleworth needed no
second invitation. While he was
explaining the system of the
ashes, she rang for supper. A



PRETTIEST GIRL in Sweden,

The runners-up were both London girls, second Laura Ellison-

BARBADOS

‘

Cooking In
The Ballroom

In the ballroom of a smart Lon-
aon hotel on a hot summer’s day

twelve British housewives set to
work to cook a dinner In case
this should seem an odd thing
to do it must be stated that the

occasion was a very special one
For months past cookery compe-
titions organised by the Woman's
Gas Federation have been held
throughout Britain and this was
{the final round, with a first 4 a4
\of £250 worth of gas applianées
‘and kitchen equipment. Twelve
;special kitchens were installed in
|the ballroom and here the twelve
prize-winning cooks set to work
watched by a critical crowd of
housewives. Twelve different
|menus were to be prepared and
| before starting
jlots for their provisions. It was
jrather hard that it fell to the only
|housewife from Scotland to cook
|the very English dish of roast
jbeef and Yorkshire Pudding
which she never made at home.
| The competitors came from al!
jover Britain and the youngest o/
|them, fifteem-year-old Thelma
| Phillips of Pembroke, took part
in the Welsh finals in the inter-
‘vals of sitting for her school cer-
jtificate. On the morning of the
| great day the competitors pre-
}pared their food, while Mary Hili
jof the BBC’s “Woman's Hour’
|recorded interviews with them.
\In the afternoon they cooked
their meals while Freddie Grise-
wood, well known BBC broadcas-
ter, gave a commentary on what
was going on. from 2 to 5 p.m,
the four judges went around the
kitchens and assessed the com-
| petitors’ methods; then, when
|





the twelve different meals were
jbrought brown and sizzling from
jthe oven, they tasted them for
| palatability and awarded further
marks for the way in which they
|were served. The judges ranged
from the Ministry of Education's

|Staff Inspector of Homecraft to}

Miss Kerstin Hakansson, Philip Harben, the BBC's tele-

; : vision cook. In the late afternoon
nternational competition in the | Her Royal Highness Princess

and won the £1,000 first prize.

| Blizabeth arrived and, after look-
jnig at the dinners and talking to
the flushed but happy cooks, she
| presented the prizes. Mrs, Upton,
es . a fifty-two-year-old Borough
Trinidad Holiday Councillor from Loughborough in
ISS NORMA CLARKE

among the passengers leav- |though the dinner she had to cook



ing for Trinidad over the week-|contained a guinea fowl, a bird
end by B.W.I,A. She is on three | she had never seen before. Mrs.
weeks’ holiday which she will | Bloxham, of Hampshire, won the
spend with a school friend. second prize and the third went
Miss-Clarke who is the daugh-|to Miss Noble of County Durham.
ter of Mr _and Mrs. T, A, .D.|Mrs. Catto from Aberdeenshire
Clarke of 7th Avenue Belleville won fourth prize, so that her
is a member of the staff of the \fears for entices is Pudding
Advocate’s Advertising Depart- | were proved groundless The
ment, = twelve different dinners—after-
Week-end Visit wards distributed to impoverish-

RS, FRANK LOBO who flew | ed old ladies who lived alone—
in from Trinidad on Satur-|were all triumphs of simple but
day morning by B.W.I1.A re- | extremely good British cooking.
turned the following day accom-
panied by her two daughters who |
had been holidaying here.

Incidental Intelligence



~

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME





NYBODY who thinks rain-
making requires scientific} ,,TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951
knowledge never planned ¢ are 115 am, Programme Parade, 11.25
planned a picnic | am. Interlude, 11.30 a.m. Asian Survey
—Franklin P, Jones. |11.45 am. Report from Britain, 12.00
—L.E.S. |noon The News, 12.10 p.m. hews
| Analysis.

ited a [4,006.45 pm. = 19.76 m.

The News, 410 pm. In-




400 pm
terlude, 4.15 p.m. BBC Revue Orchestya,



5 00 pm. Orchestral Music, 5.15 ph
New Records, 6.00 p.m. Musie Magazine,
615 p.m. Welsh Magazine, 6.45 p.m.
Programme Parade, 6.55 p.m Today's
Sport

7.00—10.45 p.m. — 25.53 m., 31.32 mm

are IO
700 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 p.m Rendezvous, 7.45
;pm. Kew Gardens, 800 p m Radio
| Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. Meet the Com-
|monwealth, 845 pm Interlude, 8.55
| p.m. From the Editorials, 9,00 p.m, From
|The Promenade Concerts, 9 45 pm
| Report 000 pm The
| News, Interlude, 10.15 p.m
| Twelfth 10.45 p.m. Festival In
| Britain,

emery
NEHRU ATTACKED
INDIA'S Premier Nehru is get-
ting the worst possible Press for
his boycott of the Japanese peace
conferences. Says the title of a

from Britain,
10,10 pom
Night,

Copyright - P 120 Vaz Dias tnt Amste dam

side, the official description is
“Each being half of two persons
earried on a bicycle.”

. 5 But is not|Daily Mirror leader: “Nehru: No
half of two one, even in these} friend of the U.S.,’

days of progress Should not} The Times leader page calls
Siamese twins on a bicycle count) him “The lost leader,” It Says:

as one rider?

A cheerful blaze

ity SUET

yesterday

|“Nehru is fast becoming one of
jthe great disappointments of the
announced | post-war era. He gives specious
session o |€nd misguided reasons for stay-

Esq.,
after a



his Fuel Committee, that it}ing away from San _ Francisco.
would not be in the publi: | How the mighty have fallen.”

interest to say anything. He ther |_In Washington, Senator Herbert
revealed that a Schedule wa |Lehman, who sees the Govern-

being prepared,
with a scheme for smearing| through Congress, says it is going
electric fires with a glowing sub-|to be tough to get votes for any
tance which would give the|more dollars or grain for India,

illusion of warmth, without using
NATURE UNTAMED

any electricity. Coal, with little}
flames of coloured paper attached}

piece, could also be! AtOM-BOMB a hurricane and

with this substance, anc }xi1 it off? No, says Weather Bureau

and over again, forecaster W. R, Stevens. A big

hurricane is stronger than the

A-bomb, which might cause radio-

jactive rain. And, who knows, it

jmight make the big wind bigger.



to each
smeared

used over

o>

e Sorcerer—2i



CROSSWORD

j? |¢ j



gasps, "
we
find
mustn't touch it or goodness knows

ae. ay gone back the way
came, hey must be trying tc

that saucer, They

flying

what will happen!" Snatching up

his scarf, he gives chase, and 1s

ist in time to get ahead of the

jarkies as they reach the grass) Across

atch, 1. ft makes Giles tate. (4)
6. What the ram meant
10, Only one of a herd. (4)





FT La iain: cer cee hem iA sth thn me

sis iinntninisihdinlinanhthdemeniapasebiinieinm

ihn sac inh tibvnsnc igs pm cn
PR bs tetlalik decades ch achat seen
RE ihc aie lk salts Manes nan
HANKIES BOXED
LADIES NYLONS

Se a

T. R. EVANS & WH

DIAI. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES

BEEBSBRE ERB BEEBBRBBERBE DBD:

Se ee ae a a a

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Just nothing to a §
This | grade, moving q
When found in the son hes
healer, (4)

15. A net difference. (4)

17%. The sting I'd get from them (1)

13.

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" only. mn
f exploit. (4)
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24, May be something to pry at (o)
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91 3.40 1. Light giver. (7)
2. Bulid above grouna. (5)
— ‘ a id our
A.10 4.95 3 “" the older sum would ’
4 With education you w be 8
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nmin 5. Purely attempts. ‘6
1.03 3.04 7. Vulgaris is not in the suatn (8
8. Reach. (6) ¥ ed {4
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1.95 2.60 16. Sleeps measure t 4
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Was | Leicestershire won first prize even|

He is also busy/Mment’s economic aid programmes],

ADVOCATE

Sea Symphony

EDINBURGH
' Ne ‘
Symy
they are
Southern
would live aboard a line excet
for short rail
The rest of the liner i t
filled for the 30-day melody cruise



journe

; with music-lovers

The orchestra trapped
their old maestro Arturo
Toscanini into leading them
more When he heard
Italian tour would gkip Milan, his
old home town, he wrote them,
indignantly: They replied We
will play in Milan only if you
lead us. He has not said “No.”

A DOG’S LIFE
DUSTY, a buil terrier inherited
|50,000 dollars to buy beef-steaks

have

once

that their



the cooks drew|for the rest of his life, Dusty is visiting the display

jfour and will have a trust fund
} under the will of his mistress, Mrs,
Mary Morrow.

She left the rest of her 1,500,000-
idollar estate to a hospital, The
trust fund must also keep Dusly
in many-coloured cardigan puli-
overs and hand-tooled leather
| harness

BRAKE ON CARS
CAR SALES are down to a mere
492,311 a month, the lowest in 1{
| menths—plain proof that motor-
jists regard the war scare as ove
and refuse to do any more pani
buying.







|
|]] Coming

WOMAN ON PIER
| Ro
John




Loraine Day
bert Ryan
Agar,



| | TO-DAY 4.45

| WARNER BIG ACTION SPECI
James

CAGNEY in

with Barbara PAYTON—H















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lal el

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951





Coming Soon Watch For

~ EMPIRE |

Grenada Art Club
Holds First Exhibition ‘BIRD OF
pondent PARADISE ”

FOLLOW
SUN




















; . 4 : : : , aes :
a non at the Grenada| To-day 4.45 & 8.30p.m. and continuing + idefinitely
1ondaa Lie noor he srenad ‘
E Library opened the first} s noe
‘ n of the Grenada Art 4.45 & 8.30p.m. Daily
Ci

She wa welcomed by Mr.|
H. H. Pilgrin President of the}
Club | : ai

a

The exhibition, which is to r 3

remain open for two weeks, was| — ¢ .

the finale to a two-week Art|
Course conducted by Mr. M. P.|
Alladin of the Trinidad Govern-|
ment Training College and ar-
ranged with the assistance of the
Extra-Mural Department of the} @
U.C.W.1

Hundreds

ROMANTIC (DCL... MOST
FAB!LOUS ERA IN
ALL SCREEN HiSTORY !

LENTING

——, or : fe FOWARL GAL aa
NATURE TAMED?

| Teg tt fa
iwarure TAMED? | /Liuy M0 ava pane

of persons have been









an pro~ . ry

nish power is an old American pro~| , \
ject tha is new again. Thirty-eight) = 4
Government engineer are age ~ '
veying the 30ft, tides of Maine's ; fu Cede Gans
Passamaquoddy _Bay as _the _ 7 uy patricia Medina uP
rinning of a U.S.-Canadian plan os Caheie ?

Making the tides work for man j pale dele se Ge es
ie hope dear to President J aS ALLEN
Roosevelt. .Engineers thought it Se
; his dey. Now]

expensive, 1n
But is it?

Loo

they ask

beica i oa ol
ROWVAL | OLYMPIC

TO-DAY & TOMORROW
The Super Double

Yvonne De CARLO
Rod CAMERON

in
“SALOME, WHERE SHE






Comin

B'TOWN

| LAST TWO SHOWS — 4.30 & 8.15

Rudolph SCOTT
¢ United Artist Double |
|
|
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8.30 px

AL !
Dan DURYEA
Howard DeSILVA
a CARTER—Ward BOND
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DAN DAILEY

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“TUNA CLIPPER” TRIGGERMAN |
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s ; ' : “ : amnesia 2 Dick Foran — Lon Chaney
HIDDEN HAND DANGER SIGNAL WED. THURS. 4.30 & 8.15 ‘i
Lon, Ghaney & Witiie Man & Zachary SCOTT Faye EMERSON William BOYD in “MUMMY’S TOMB”
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951

Controversy

Big U.K. Profits
On B.W.1. Sugar
Says Lord Lyle

LONDON, Sept. 6.

CONTROVERSY still rages in Britain over the justice
or injustice of the Anglo-Cuban Trade Agreement. While
Commonwealth sugar interests, led by Lord Lyle, are still
condemning it, there is a strong body of well-informed
opinion that insists that the pact is completely fair and just.

The London Times, for example, in its quarterly
“Review of the British Colonies”, points out that the guar-
antee of a market for Commonwealth sugar up to the end
375 “should provide an ade-



of 1953 to a limit of 2,375,000 tons
quate safeguard for the Commonwealth producers against
losing any share of the British market by reason of the

importation of Cuban sugar.
“The arrangement will also—————————————————
benefit, British consumers |





creasing the
supplies of s
Kingdom,” it
therefore in
injustice has
monwealth

“oc! “Roaring Lion’
Sings At



Sugar pr er










The newspaper believe that U K F ti al
British matiateetinied will bene- - e es IV.
fit by the Cuban tariff conces-
sions, even though other manu- LONDON, Sept. 5
facturing countries will also get Another Trinidadian contribu-
the advantage of these conces- tion to the Festival of Britain has
sions, since British exports have reached London. Raphael de
met with increasing success Leon, the calypso singer popular-
in the last few ve Moreover, ly known as the “Roaring Lion,”
it says, an increase in British has made his debut to a Festival
exports to any of the dollar audience, accompanied by the
countries has great significance Trinidad All Steel Percussion
not oniy for the British balance Orchestra.
of payment but also for the I shall try my best to win the




whole sterling area. lic’s favour,” he said, just be-




























fore he stepped in front of the
Messrs. C. Czarnikow, Ltd. band to sing his first ealypso in
But the monthly rev sel Britain Introduced by Edric
by Messrs. C. Czar Lta, Conn he sang three calypsos
the London sugar broke re- 2nd a big open-air audience,
flects a different attitude or thered in spite ofa heavy down-
point. Since other exporti pour of rain, clapped him fran-
nations will be able to compete tically and called for more.
with Britain in the Ct 1 market Raphael de Leon composed a
and since Cuba already hi &@ new calypso especially for his
heavy. obligation to the United Festival audience. It is “Three
States, it says, “strong doubt is Cheers for the Red, White and
felt bo 4 the dollar e rning Blue,” patriotic song praising
value of the concessions granted the British Empire. He also sang
to this country o calypsos from his usual
_But Lord Lyle, president of vire—‘My Lines of Ances-
Tate and I at : tat€- try,” in which he claimed fantas-
nigat on ent, veS tic relationships with all sorts of
three reason he pact is famous people, and one about his
detrimer tal to ¢ eaves Ith experiences in the army.
ws aot man ins Like the steel band, Raphael
Such a bilateral” pact, n .
+ " de Leon was sent to Britain by a
tiated without prfor consultation ¢ aye aahkanrint
within the Empire family ; fund raised by publie subscription
the seeds of distrust : ales in Trinidad. Like the steel band,
the confidence of the ( non 10% he is in Britain with a definite
wealth producet ission—to make : the British
pi » fully aware of West Indian
Canada Follows U.K. culture,
The steel band itself, now a
“Canada, which ha YS familiar and popular sight in Brit-
provided an importan itlet for ain, finds that some of the calypsos
Commonwealth sugar, | no a introduced, unknown in
followed the United Kingdom's Britain a few weeks ago, are now

example and concluded



sung by its audiences, The

being


















bilateral agreement. One of the Test Match road march, “We want (5) and Andrew (4), become field. Soon after, they bought the
principal © assumptions of the Ramachin on the ball,” is one that princes, farm. ;
Commonwealth Sugar Agreement audiences can always be coaxed Prince Friedrich is 39, a grand~ Every day the Prince and his
is that the Canadian market {6 join in. son of the last Kaiser. His father, wife are at work, He drives
would be supplied from Empit The band is 1g in late-night ex-Crown Prince Little Willie, jeep, employs 15 men and say
sources. baret at the Savoy Hotel, Lon- died last month. — the farm makes profit, The two
“Over the whole course of the * . : a le Princess Friedrich, 30, is young- princes go to school at Much H id-
; on, where it has been warmly re- 2). ae rd Iveagh, boss } sar by
last 11 year Commonwealth oi vad It is about to begin its est daughter of Lord Iveagh, s vam near by. |
Sugar producers have iven Sani 1 toe: playing in dance- of the Guinness brewing enter- At Buckingham Palace
wrices consistently bel iat ee oe aaa prise. The quiet of Little adham is
they deserved, particularly eu all in Scotland and the North of The Hohenzollern Estates a big change from the’ Prince’l
ing regard to the fact that their England. BUP Prince Friedrich went to Ger- jntroduction to England. He first
imports of machinery equip- re many to attend his father’s fun- arrived in 1934, when he was 22
ment ete. (largely from the . ——- eral. But he tells me his decision His godfather, King George V
United Kingdom) have be é _... to revert to the use of his title received him at Buckingham Pal-
prices rising ever more steeply.’ B.W.I. market) on the basis has nothing to do with the succes- ace. It was the first renewal of
: ( vorld price.” sion to the Hohenzollern estates. formal relations between our Roy
Amplifying his point He adds: “The life-blocd of He is now a naturalised British al Family and the Hohenzollerns
the Canadian mark I British West Indies is sugar, subject, intends to continue farm- since the 1914-18 war
Lyle declares r linistry and surely our policy should be jng in Hertfordshire. He attended the Coronatior
of Food has been making to give our people there the most Why has the Prince given up ceremony.
enormous profits from the cenerous treatment now in order the name of Mansfield. He says The war changed all that for
sale of Commonwealth sugar to stimulate production in the fu- it is a question of establishing Prince Friedrich. He was interned
purchased at low prices and ture and improve local econo- legally his correct family name in Canada in the autumn of 1940
sold to Canada (a traditional mies,”—B.U.P. and title. The name Mansfield, @ On Page?
fi a ==
. | seeapRenaare The name speaks for itself ee
| ’
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AaShk for HH . g Mi tire “Triton @ §
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The ex-Kaiser's grandson, Prince Friedrich von Preussen
pictured with his family to-day at his farm in Hertfordshire. For 10
years he was known as Mr. Mansfield; now the London Gazctte
announces he reverts to his title. His wife, mow Princess, was

formerly Lady Brigid Guinness.

Mr. Mansfield. Becomes
A Prussian Prince Again

Mr. George Mansfield, of Little which he assumed during the war,
business

Hadham, in Hertfordshire, has a
notice in the London Gazette, Un-
der the heading Change of Name,
it announces that he has aban-
doned the name of Mansfield as
from August 21.

was a convenience in his
dealings on the farm.
On. their highly

Preussens have a



This means that Mr. Mansfield lounge Prince Friedrich told me
reverts to using his rightful title, he first met this wife on a visit
Prince Friedrich Georg Wilhelm to England in 1937
Christoph von Preussen, His wife, They married secretly in the
up till now known as Lady Brigid church of St. Cecilia's. Little Had-
Mansfield, becomes the Princess ham, in 1945 The bridegroom's

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AND OTHER STORIES

by
HERMAN MELVILLE

In Billy Budd, perhaps his most
significant work after Moby Dick,
Melville pronounces his final word
on the mystery of hurnan life, in
a story of powerful and haunt-
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a series of true happenings in
the navy a hundred and fifty
years ago. It has the interesting
distinction of having inspired
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the Italian composer Giorgio
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BACK TO SCHOOL

St. heey Vestry: T’DAD MAY PAY 1
| ~~ S8arflae snoes
Vestry Chairman MORE FOR RICE |

(From Our Own Correspondent) |







’ , PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7 ||| GIRLS’ AND
May Summon Trinidad may have to pay ||| BOYS’ SHOES—Brown, Black or
e — «bout $1,000,000 more for rice} White:
Meetings At W ill supplies from British Guiana from | na
cS ; January, 1952, as the increase for | Sises 7 — 10 8.7%
The St. Lucy Vestry at a meg- B.G. rice was inevitable. It is a| oe 4.75
ing yesterday by a majority vote question of take it or leave it, since | Ff re F
cP. sees "" “ar “ihe ie WO “Brice. wee tO be on : yh _
Chairman to summon ‘a meeting into consideration by the Arbitra- |
hen he thought it necessary. It ion Board in arriving at a fair GYM BOOTS—White, Brown or
vas decided that these meetings V'!e for the parties under the | Black:
hould be on Thursdavs at 2.30 &sreement Under this agree-/| 7
’ ; nent it is reported that Trinidad, Sizes 10 — 2 $2.00
The meeting vesterday was sum- Was paying $12.70 per bag for B.G. |
ned especially receive the rice It is likely that the new ” 3$— 6 2.15
timate fr the contractors for price would be in the vicinity of | e
repairs to the Rectory. Three con- $17.00 to $18.00 per bag. This in-, ’ oS 2.85
ractors submitted an estimate for crease may be passed on to the} Bring your children in for an
16,988 .36 This included water consumer, sinee Government has |
ery - vere s purposes and the «stated that it is not in favour of expert fitting.
stalling ¢ gh nara . sidipe
Some members thought the esti- creasing subsidies
ate might be too high but hint-
that they were not capable of
naking an estimate snd should Cools-Laritigue Is
nploy the services of an expert is -
Chief Sect. Of Windwards
After lengthy discussion it was








iecided or the motion < d (From Our Own Correspondent)
c. xz. F a M.C.P 7 taal * ST. GEORGE'S Sept. 8
the estimate be referred back to Mr. L, Cools-Lartigue, former Te ee
the Building Committee for their Assistant Administrator of St.
comments and recommendations, Lucia, arrived here last Wednes- |
after consultation with the ten- day to take up his new post a: a
ders and that the Committee Chief Secretary, Windward 5
should report back to the Vestry Islands Government, Oo
within 14 days
A letter wa read from. the oe st
P.M.O. of St. Lucy, Dr. A. C. the system will reach the Barrows
Kirton, stating that the lighting area, e
plant at Barrows did not supply Mr. Ward said that in his

enough light for him to carry out opinion the plant was in order but

his nightly duties efficiently he wiring and batteries were none
Mr. Brancker said that duties too perfect
of a P.M.O. were such as necessi

On the motion of Mr. I. C. Sobers
the Vestry decided that the clerk
should be instructed to make con-
tact with the Agents for the plant

tated adequate lighting and asked
the Vestry to take immediate steps
to ensure that the present lighting
plant is repaired or a new one or-



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Tuesday, September 11, 1951

Health Measures

AN advertisement published in the
Press, during the last fortnight, invited
applications for the post of Medical Officer
for the Northern District, comprising the
six northern parishes of the island. The new
bill to establish these districts for the pur-
pose of public health administration is still
before the Legislature. but it dces seem that
the Government is willing to get on with
the programme of social measures.

It is a long time now since two bills came
before the Legislature, one for making the
General Hospital a Government institution

by removing the administrative power from
the hands of a Board of Directors and vest-
ing them in a Medical Superintendent, and
the other for establishing medical districts
in this island.

The bill to change the administration of
the General Hospital has been passed but
the other bill is still to be passed by the
House. There were several difficulties and
amendments to be made. The length of the
bill however, seems to have prevented its
early discussion and with the end of the
“Legislative Session in sight the fate of the
bill is still in doubt.

The advertisement states that the district
will include St. Lucy, St. Peter, St. Andrew,
St. Joseph, St. James and St. Thomas com-
prising about 60,000 people.

It is hoped to have the officer in view so
that the Medical Centre can be established
by January next with the necessary staff
attached.

Although the bill has not yet been passed
making statutory provision for the estab-
lishment of the Centre, the emoluments of
the officers and the running expenses, there
can be little doubt that as soon as the neces-
sary amendments have been made to the
bill it will easily be passed by both Houses.
There are certain measures which rise
above the controversy of party politics.
Measures providing institutions which cater
to human need. In this case the lack of
medical centres with pre- and ante-natal
clinics has been a solid ground of criticism
against Barbados.

It does not now need any argument to
prove the merit of these medical centres or
that they are essential to the welfare of this
island. At present, aged people in the coun-
try districts experience great difficulty in
travelling to the City in order to get medi-
eal aid which could be rendered at the Dis-
trict Centres. This emphasises justification
for their establishment.



But there is one difficulty of which the
Government must be aware and against
which there should be some protection, In
every district there will be two authorities.
The present parochial set-up gives control
of the almshouses to the Parochial Medical
Officer and the Churchwarden of the par-
ish. There might be occasions where there
will be a clash of orders and it would be
wise to make it clear, whose shall be the
overriding voice.

There is precedent for this fear. During
the malaria epidemic of 1927 the orders of
the Chief Medical Officer and his assistants

were carried out when the parochial
authorities thought they were correct.
It was an epidemic and the lives of
people were at stake but it did not

matter to those who felt that they should
have the voice of authority. It must be re-
membered that the Local Government sys-
tem as recommended by Sir John Maude
has not yet been established and until that
is done the parochial boards act with statu-
tory authority.

The need might never arise, The time has
come when people of every shade of opinion
in this island recognise the need for co-
operation; but there are occasions when
obstinacy takes precedence of reasoning
and it might be that the object of institut-
ing this reform will be defeated. These are
provisions which should not be overlooked
in the new bill.



car to Dover anc
the rain, only to be
sad story. day
Canterbury was full up to the ful sig thts as we were at!
gills and, despite the awful our senses in scenery s
weather, looked very festive beauty
but, luckily, we found a first-cla But the y the devastate
hotel “somewhere on the coast, Dunkerque in the varying stages
and all was well f the ve is capi g that
rtartles and sears the mind,
Tasted Like Brick Duties Of Our ‘Crew’
5 EN ROUTE, Our objective for
THEREUPON we sat down for the night is Brussels and the
our farewell dinner, watehing the duties of the three of us are clear-
lazy rolling waves slither over the {y outlined
shingle, and ordering the dinner My 18-year-old daughter is to
with care. be responsible for the maps—in
!

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

News























D. T. ROBERTS

A few day
of the Arts The Do dine
(a pleasant, informal plac before, OI we dine later? If
Donald Wolfit, the Shakespearea fore I > hurry a meal at
actor told us in an af ine he ridiculoug hour of half past
speech that television is a menacs ix—-0O ovserwise endure our
advancing to ruin the theatre. Of theatre in hungry bad temper.
course, actors have been saying For those, and they number the
things like that ever nce the Majority, with London offices and
Greeks started complaining about homes ten miles away, it is impos-
the Romans’ love sireuses, Sible to go home and “change”
(And what did Wil peare this itself, has killed the uni-
say about that bear-pit alongside versal pre-war custom of dinner-
the Globe?) Wolfit t led ts in the theatre.
his opinion; { ost With this early theatre-going,
theatre managers in Britain » L on “closes down” early at
not afraid of televisi I I night. This igAtill a mystery to the
don stage | ‘ ; After eleven at night there
slaught of celluloid t t d is nowhere to go in the great city
the stormy d of tt except a few expensive night
picture”; it can i defeat a clul At the time of writing there
puny little box on the sideboard is no solution——but just q ray of
that does not even take the family hope i piercing the midnight
out of the ame four lls of gloom, A second “Little Theatre”
home. is to open, with show, light

3ritish television not » revue, star s at half-past ten
exciting that sets the heather and running until midnight, For
on fire. The control of broadeast- a year one little theatre in a cel-
ing is in the hands of the British lar has been making i succes vf
Broadcasting Corporation, and the its informal and wilty “cabaret”
same body seems to have tured Now it is to have a rival, and if
asmonopoly on televisio Pover- this goes on, it may be so much
ty-stricken, and unsure of itself, competition for the nightclubs
the British television programmes that something will develop in
are confined to only a few eve- London in the form of a cheap
ning hours each day—and even and pleasant entertainment that
then, for lack of programmes, does not run at champagne prices,
many are repeated twice. At last Nothing has done more to drive
the B.B.C. is almost ready to push foreign visitors to the Festival
television four hundre miles across to the “Continent after a
north of London. But progress is couple of days, than the lack of
timid and, at the rate an Ameri- lively entertainment in London
can company is going, it seems town
that Germany may be the first t &
country in Europe to enjoy a full REPORT ON vs
blooded, . nation-wid televisior UNDERSTATEMENT
4 I doubt whether tel mn Planning demands facts to feed
however it elop “1 1 So the \Government spends
the grip on a ha finding out, by means of
already in the Eastern States of survey what the public
the United Stat es. And going out The latest of these Gov-
to the tiheat vhich fo r most enquiries discovers that
people, is pecial luxu ll women pend, on_ the
| Survive as a_ habit, Mea inwhile average, only 5/2d. (five shillings
the London theatre has its own and twopence) per month ; on
problems. The war forced the cosmetics and toilet necessities, It
theatres to open at seven o'clock ‘also. discloses that the middle and
in the evening, so that their upper classes spend, on the aver-
patrons could get thhome = earl age, only a little more than six
And since the war, the opening \illings a month. It also seeks to

the
penny
ing

aver-
rmrore
(Quite

that

only

women,
spend a

turned to its on

salf past

has not re pre-
normal at |}

seven o’clock is a m

prove
eight age
lan men on shairdress

time
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This

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Farewell Dinner -Somewhere
On The Coast”

By BEVERLEY
port comes in view,
y those
g ships
it
the

no

BAXTER
remembering
fateful days when the little
made the same crossing to
bring back the most precious cargo
that ever came te Britain.

There is wreckage and ruin all
about, for this port was an end-
less target.

A huge
the faded
Germans
it
ammunition

IN an course of the next few

we were to see some dread-
aa as we were to bathe
in scenery of exquisite

Somewhere in Aust
HARRY TATE, in his
motor-car sketch,
“There’s no harm
we'll go to Brighton,”
seemed to three-quarters
Baxter family that there
harm in saying it we would put
up at Folkestone for the ight
before sailing next morning
the Continent,
But Folkestone
at any price,

use to sa
in sayu
and

of

was

cement shed still bears
Red Cross which the
painted on it, although
used purely for storing

for

would not have
so we turned the
splashed through
told the same

us was

fury that devastated



And what a «

Let me say at oncc
achieved a remarkable
the soup was not only brick-
oured, but tasted like brick.

The chicken looked like
wood and ate
trifle not only
like
actly
palate,

SINCE we were about
hundreds of miles acros
of devastated Europe,
that perhaps even
calorie intake would
seem lixe a banquet

inner it was!
that the chef
for

col-

words, she
tor, while
alternate at the
Incidentally, the direction signs
European roads are so
and clear that it would
an idiot to lose his way.
Belgium was en fete, and it
seemed as if the whole population
out to

other
naviga

is to
Madam
wheel.

be the

and I
unity,

the
numerous
take

on
tender
the
eye
ex-
the

of

like it, while
attracted
mixed paints,

the

the
but made
appeal

same to

enjoy the warm sun
\ugust’s last lingering hours.
Compared to most other Euro-
the Belgians are a serious,
sople who
ntful life between wars.
on this particular day they
happy,

to motor
the
we
this
by

face pean
agreed calm p
farewell
contrast

lead a_ useful,
uneve

But
looked

. . ‘ healthy.
No Equality—Even In Gulls j

NEXT
at Dover
sun,

As our car is s
in a long queue
aboard this new,
Ferry we wander
up at the white
grim glory, and
gulls making a
attempt to fly

Despite the
ism, tere is
in seagulls.

One would bank in its flight
and then swoop to a perfect land-
ing, while another
and nearly go in
touched the planks

WHAT a bird is the s

Master of
the land.

A squadron of them accompan-
ied us for
set out,
sat down on
chat.

care-free, and
ADMIT
docks much
penitent a t
with som
the statement that
looked well dressed,
happy.

Certainly the shops were filled
with good things and the food is
abundant

We
is a
Social- ar
not

that you cannot learn
studying a nation from
and therefore it is
» diffidence that I make

the people
well fed, and

MORNING,
and a

The
warm,

by
r-car,



afely immobilised
to
span

waiting
spick and
about, looking
cliffs in all their
watching
mockery

sea-
of man’s

and varied.

are told, in Britain, that this
superficial impression
only the black market-
even eecrs in Belgium can buy in the
shops, Then all I can say is that
there must be a lot of black mar-
keteers over there.

Where Shops Do Not Close

LET US not labour the point.

I merely repeat that the people
in t¥eir thousands looked healthy,
well fed, and well dressed.

Yet there was one sinister sight.
As we raced through small towns
the shops were still open and
at eight o’clock in the evening
showed every sign of remaining v
open as long as there was any
business to be done,

Obviously there is missionary
work to be done in this backward

mere
d that

teachings of
no equality,

would stagger
beak

its it

as

eagull!

the air, the sea, and

miles when we
-being» bored
to have

some
and then-
the sea a
An Endless Target
DUNKERQUE, We crowd
the deck as Uie harsh, mangled



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Or te

F rom Britain |

|
rightly the report admi that }
better-off vomen ore than}
double their menfolks’ expendi-
tyre on haircuts).

One evening newspaper re-
sponded by quoting extreme cases.
They discovered a smart “girl
about town” —Miss Sally Anne
Vivian, the daughter of a peer—
who admitted to spending £3. 10s.
a month. And an actress claimea
a record expenditure of £3 a week
on cosmetics alone.

The report has been prepared
by two men who were in charge
of a social research unit mainly
made up of women questioners.
We venture to suggest that the
whole survey is an elaborate hoax
staged by British women leagued
to deceive their government and
designed at concealing an almost
universal misappropriation of
housekeeping allowances.

IN A PERSIAN MARKET

The week has seen a spate of
stories from the oil refinery of
Abadan indicating that all is not
lost. Mr. Stokes has come back
from Persia in a most confident
meod. He says he enjoyed him-
self! Meanwhile the Anglo-Iranian
Company is transferring its activi-
ties to the neighbouring Principal-
ity of Kuwait—where it shares an
oil monopoly with the so-called

American firm, Gulf Oil. As_ the
oil from Kuwait, has grown in

quantity, year by year, its impor-
tance ag a reserve has gone almost
unobserved. The latest move of

the Anglo-Iranian Company is t
keep control of its refinery at
Abadan, while abandoning ali
hope of retaining the oilwells
themselves, The refinery could be
kept running with oil fron
Kuwait, just across the top of the

Persian Guif. Some strange
rumours have been circulating

this week that, perhaps, the Iran-
ian company will be in a stronger
position after the crisis than be-
fore. This speculation depends on
the Government being willing to
to defend, either diplomatically or
militarily, the refinery of Abadan
Whatever happens, it is the pres-
ent British opinion that the re-
finery engineers of A an are
enjoying an unexpected leave in
England and, in a few weeks they
will find themselves back at work.

country that nestles so smugly in
Western Europe and keeps its
sturdy identity against the recur-

ring tides of endless wars.
Meal Was A Work Of Art

BRUSSELS,. “I feel towards
Brussels and Paris,” said a phil-

osopher, “that in Brussels I am
dining with the sister of the

woman I love.”

The Belgian capital has not the
sweep and elegance of Paris, but
it has character and style,

In fact, it is a metropolis on a
reduced scale and has a stateli-
ness that survives even the plague
of neon lights and the red glare
of Coca-Cola signs,

LIKE all European cities, it has
eeyerest square, and our hotel is
int

It being new ten o'elock at
night, we sit down for dinner, our
first.meal on the Continent,

Would monsieur like a steak or
a wiener schnitzel, or roast beef
or lamb cutlets? In fact, let mon-
sieur but express his desires and
they would be fulfilled.

What a meal it was — not so
mach a meal as a work of art.
The chef should be decorated with
the Legion of Honour.

Salved Our Conscience

AN HOUR later we strolled
about the city, whose streets were
crowded with people wickedly

drinking beer in open-air cafés or
gazing into the brilliantly illumin-
ated windows of the shops.

Since it was here that the great
ball was held on the eve of
Waterloo, we decided that, in the
morning, we must make a detour
Sc as to see the battlefield.

But, fortunately, we met some
Americans who gave us some
picture postcards of it and there-
by salved our conscience.

BRUSSELS wakes in the morn-
ing with a bang, in fact a series
of bangs.

It seemed that outside our bed-
room window men were playing
a game of tossing the caber into
empty ash cans,

Three timgs there was a bang
on our door, but no one was
there. The telephone also rang,
but no one spoke.

Apparently the hotel manage-
ment takes the view that it won't
be its fault if you do not get up
in time.

Those Fateful Days Of 1914

THUS, at ten o'clock, we set
our compass for Liége and Lou-
vain, those names that are em-
bedded in the souls of all of us
who remember the first, fateful
days of the 1914 war.

But, at this point, I shall leave
off, for we are about to climb a
mountain, by which I gather that,
with our Austrian friends, we
shall climb to a_ pleasant spot
NOT very far up and drink ice-
cold beer in the golden ee

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9.30 p.m., after 12 rather quiet were not crushed to death under and myself all over this island ee - Ain ren _ Ss a - Brae tne
years on this Caribbean outpost the wreckage. A few ya from to reach the people in our many account given’ on Sa‘urday in the
of Jamaica, I had my first intro- my Co-op. Office there ji small co-op societies, was crumpled like Barbados Advocate of the investi-
duction to Iiteral horror. A wild, Chinese hospital, All tht the an e shel] when a heavy gar- ture of three King’s Seouts at
roaring, savage hurricane—my screams of the dyir patients age roof caved on it, It was Government House on Friday
first—hit us head on here caught under crashing fs and rather a shock to discover yester- afternoon last,
in Kingston on the south shore walls. . ! Whole areas of the crops day for the first time that my car The account, however, might
of this formerly lovely island. A are gone, Bananas, big urce of insurance policy does not cover give some readers the impression
night indescribable! Blackness minimum living for thousands of hurricanes, That car cost us about that these three Scouts are the
practically stygian! Gales 125 our rural people, reveal a loss up $2,000, It’s great to. be back on a first to qualify for the King’s
miles un hour from 9.30 p.m. to 90. But today the Cuban Red bicycle again, first time since 1947, Scout Badge in the island. This
until 2 a.m. next morning! Rains Cross flew in the first fo In other words, our social action is not so, as there have been over
pouring through the _ thickest Aa ifab ie Winuis f : rk of years is now at a com- thirty awards of the Badge in
walls as though they were tissue Ry ela d yet tra eter. plete standstill Barbados under the old regulation
paper. Books, records of genera- poet puts it, our co D- celal Hence in the recovery of this srior to 1946
tions, clothing, furniture destroy- action headquarters did nor fare little co-operative © and — social I :
ed. Flying glass. Collapsing as badly as many others, But our action setup which has been try- In 1946 Imperial Headquarters
walls. The fury of the hurricane eae bee Sane ocak : ing to service Jamaica and other in London revised the tests and
was such that most of the struc- pe iy? 0-oOp ice R , ipse Caribbean isles for the past ten raiseq the standard of the Badge
tures that went down, went down The roof in the . ot years, T could use about $10,000 His Majesty fing was gracious
t a : e Nikesa 45 wide Goan tA ih ttt . ‘ s Majesty the King was gracious-
in the first couple of minutes of insti’ Sa a da A : and . a SOON. If in the ly pleased to authorise the issue

» attac > re s we dread. A t - h 1 r your eart “ar y 1
the attack. room, 1-storey house a i ’ si. Wad eae is Ne hone of a special Royal Certificate to

Ships capsized or were driven the yard, wherein 1 check or posta] money order made each Sceut qualifying under the
ashore. Tens of thousands of plies of literature and « out t my name personally. No new regulations. The three Scouts
homes, particularly of the poor, Credit Union tatior r how 1 * the contribu- who received the Badge on Friday
are today, a few days late: twisted wreck flat on i on I CAN May God bless last are the first Scouts in Barba-
literally shambles. Sections of the round, Thousar charity _ to dos to receive the Royal Certificate
overcrowded Kingston today this } } phiet Yours faithfully.
ironically sunny mort are i rehe I ‘ER SULLIVAN, S.J A. HARRISON
virtually f Ten yu ( Office Honorary Se tary
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—,

Anglo-Cuban Pact:
“Psychological Blunder

“Liquidation of Empire Proceeds,”
Says LORD LYLE

THE signing of the Anglo-Cuban trade
pact is a psychological blunder of the first
order, says Lord Lyle of Westbourne, presi-
dent of Messrs. Tate and Lyle, in his ""
comment on the agreement.

His comment, together with a further con-|
demnation of the pact from the Empire In-
dustries Association, have been published in
the correspondence ‘columns of the London
Daily Telegraph, while a correspondent of |
the London Times has declared that West
indian protests are not necessarily justified.

“Having brought relations between our-
selves and so many foreign countries to a
pathetically low ebb,” declared Lord Lyle,
in a typically trenchant criticism, “our
Socialist planners seem bent upon producing
the same state of affairs within the Empire.”

He refers to the generosity of the Empire
and says: “During the whole course of the
war and post-war periods British Common-
wealth sugar producers have stood behind
che mother country and ensured the bulk of
ner supply at prices far below those obtain-
ing in the world market.

“Indeed, it is a staggering fact, and few
may realise it, that in recent years the Min-
istry of Food has paid to foreign producers
of sugar almost twice the amount paid to
those within the Empire.

,



“How do we repay this astounding gener-
sity from our people overseas? We enter
into negotiations with Cuba ‘under the
-ounter’, without even extending to Empire
sountries the courtesy of price consultation.

“A developing cigar industry in Jamaica
has been dealt a grievous blow and it is diffi-
cult to see what we shall gain in return. I
sincerely hope, even at this late hour, that
the Government will see the merits of the
strong representations which have been
made to repair part of the damage by some
favourable adjustment in the tobacco duty.

“British West Indies’ sugar and cigars are
excluded from the market in the United
States through the application of rigidly en-
forced quota and tariff regulations. British
West Indian cigars depend on Britain for a
market. Cuba benefits greatly from the
American market. She sells there roughly
four times the entire B.W.I. export of sugar:
while her export of cigars rose from an
average of 3,200,000 per annum in the five-
year period to 1939 to an average of over 12

million in the three-year period ended June,
1949,



“The question should have been
dealt with at a higher level. The
liquidation of the British Empire
proceeds.

“Throughout the loyal West Indies there is
strong hostility to what has been done and
to how it has been done, There is a feeling
of having been let down. Great acts of states-
manship will be necessary to repair the
damage,

“Above all is the necessity for a complete
change of heart in our attitude to Common-
wealth affairs, a reaffirmation of our faith in
Empire, determination to sttengthen the ties
which bind us together, and the reiteration
of our gratitude and affection for those who
always stand behind us, come what may.”

ee

“COMMONWEALTH SUGAR PLANS
ARE HINDERED”

Mr. W. A. Wells, public relations officer to
the Empire Industries Association, also in a
letter to the Daily Telegraph, points out that
it is not the immediate situation which dis-
turbs Commonwealth sugar producers but
the fact that their plans for expansion are
hindered, if not destroyed, by the introduc-
tion of a guaranteed purchase from Cuba.

“The Cuban pact is made with the object
of obtaining access into Cuba for United
Kingdom manufactured goods,” he writes.
“If it actually does so it may be fairly certain
that the pact will be continued. In any case
the Commonwealth producers have to wait
for two years to find out.”

Mr. Wells adds that Britain is apparently
prepared to pay a higher price in precious
dollars in order to secure a market in Cuba
than it is paying to Empire producers who
buy the major portion of their requirements
from Britain.

But in the London Times, a reader, Mr. H.
R. Cole, declared that it does not follow that
West Indian protests against the Anglo-|
Cuban pact are justified.

“The Cuban agreement runs only until|
1953 and the Government have specifically
; Suaranteed to find a market for every ton of
|sugar produced by Commonwealth growers
during this period,” ‘he writes. “After

| 1953: when the plans for expanding Common-|
/ Wealth sugar output come into effect, the!
| Cuban agreement will have expired. |
| “Between now and 1953 Britain’s own re-|
}quirements cannot be met entirely from|

‘ommonwealth sources, neither have they|
been so met in the last few years. In point|
of fact, Cuban sugar has been regularly pur-|
chased, often in amounts greatly exceedin,1|
the 500,500 tons guaranteed annually for the|
next three years, There seems to be littl:
knowledge of the fact that Cuban sugar has |
already been found necessary to supplement|



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London ‘Times’ Praises W.I. Newspapers

1951

‘Sign of Better Future Ahead’

LONDON.

THE WORLD'S most famous newspaper, the London
Times, has some words of high praise for its contemporaries
in the West Indies—for the old-established papers like the
Barbados Advocate and Jamaica’s Daily Gleaner, for the
more modern papers like the Trinidad Guardian and British
Guiana’s three daily newspapers, and for the papers of the
small islands, like the West Indian of Grenada and the

Voice of St. Lucia.

Introduced
To The Bar

Twenty-eight-year-old Barba—
dian Laurenza Williams, Barrister-
at-Law, was admitted to practise
at the Courts of Barbados by the
Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir Allan
Collymore, yesterday. He was in-
troduced by tihe Solicitor General,
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C

Introducing him, Mr. Reece said
that in 1940 Mr Williams left
Barbados and volunteered for fly-
ing duties with the R.A.F. He
was demobilised in September,
1946 as Flight Sergeant. He enter-
ed the University of London and
Grays Inn. There he completed
his course and took the LL.B. de-
gree in 1949 with second class
honours,

In September of the same year
he passed the Bar finals examina-
tion. He was called to the Bar ‘in
1951. .

“In that short period,” he said,
“Mr. Williams put in a volume
of work and the success he has
attained is partly due to his in-
dustry and ability. I have no
doubt he will meet with success
at this Bar because of~the quali-
ties which have already won him
success at the University and Inns
of Courts.”

On behalf of the members of
the Bar he said, he welcomed him.

WELCOME BACK

The Hon, The Chief Judge told
Mr. Wiliiams that he welcomed
him from the Bench on his return
to his native land,

“I have listened with interest
and admiration to the account of
your services rendered during the
last war,” he said, “‘and also to
the praise given by the Learned
Solicitor General of your industry,
application and ability.

“T congratulate you on your be-
ing called to the Bar and I wish
you success, although I fear you
will find that the profession here
is somewhat crowded. However, I
am sure that being so will not
discourage you from making a
success in the profession of your
choice.”

He then admitted him to prac-
tice.

Mr. Williams thanked the Hon.
The Chief Judge and the Solicitor
General, He said that when he
was called to the Bar in England,
he was amazed to see the welcome
which was given to new members
of the profession in the United
Kingdom, When he got to Bar-
bados, he was also very touched
by the measure of welcome which
was extended to him. Whatever
might be the difficulties due to
overcrowding, he would endeavour
to uphold the traditions of the
Barbados Bar.

In the latest quarterly “Times
Review of the British Colonies”,
just published in London, an
article reviews the vigorous de-
velapment of West Indian news-
papers and looks to even further
development in the future.

Reviewing the history of
early newspapers in the West
Indies, it says that most of them
were essentially examples of
personal journalism and _ thus
they died with their editors. Sole
exception was the Port-of-Spain

Gazette, founded in 1825 and
gtill a great newspaper. The
article pays a tribute to Mr.

A. P. T. Ambard, editor of this
paper until ten years ago, whom
it describes as “one of the great
men in the newspaper world of
the West Indies.”

New Outlook

Another long-established news-
paper, the article continues, is the
Barbados Advocate, founded in
1895 by Mr. Valence Gale, who
brought a new outlook to Bar-
bados journalism. He fought pub-
lic issues with decency and
decorum, it says, and the Advocate
to-day continues that policy.

“Barbados is entirely de-
pendent on sugar,” says the arti-
cle. “So to-day the Barbados
Advocate is in the front lines in
the battle for West Indian sugar.”

The article describes the Trini-
dad Guardian as the nearest thing
the West Indies has to a national
newspaper. It was during the last
war that it came into its own, when
many young men were away from
home for the first time and there
was a keen demand for war news.

The Times article pays a tribute
to Mr. Courtenay Hitchins and
Mr. Leo Permuy, who gave their
readers “a first-class modern pro-
duct.” Circulation soared, an eve-
ning paper and a Sunday magazine
were started and better equipment
was obtained.

Feature Content

British Guiana’s three daily
papers, the Daily Chronicle, Daily
Argosy and Guiana Graphic, says
the article, normally have a circu-
lation of between 5,000 and 15,000

daily. “Their editorial policies
are not greatly at variance,” it
says, “and they compete for

readership mostly on the basis of
news and feature content.”

Of the papers in the smaller
islands, the article singles out for
special mention the West Indian
of Grenada and the Voice of St.
Lucia. All struggle for existence,
it says, but recent signs point to
better days ahead.

—B.U.P.



Emanuel C. Gordon Limps Into Harbour

From Page 1.

“This time the weather was
worse,” Captain MeQuilkin said.
“Seas were building four feet in
the air; the wind was much strong-
er and the Emanuel C. Gordon
close to sinking,” he said. She
was then southeast of Vieux Fort.

The weather had crept on
gradually, however, giving the
crew chance to lower off the main-
sail and the jib. The Emanuel
C. Gordon was stemming the
weather only on the foresail,

Bunks Soaked

More water broke aboard the
vessel. All the bunks, the crew’s
clothing and the cargo were
drenched and deck cargo was
washed away, The kitchen, which
js a separate small house stand-
ing on the deck, was overturned
while the Emanuel C. Gordon
rolled, destroying the stove and
other utensils in the kitchen,

The wind raged until 6 p.m.
that evening and it was not until
7 p.m. that the crew got their
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All Sunday night they had to
be up watching for any other dis-
turbance and mostly because they
had nowhere to sleep. In turns
they kept the pumps working to
rid the vessel of the gallons of
water that found its way below.
The deck was swamped

After the weather lulled, Cap-
tain McQuilkin trimmed for St.
Lucia and limped into port the

Monday with the foresail badly
torn.
The Emanuel C. Gordon was

refitted at St. Lucia and sailed
on Friday for Barbados. She
brought here 500 drums of colas
from Trinidad and JU-C cases.
Captain MecQuilkin said that
when he got into St. Lucia, he

found almost every boat in the
harbour damaged. He said that
the Ruby C., which was _ sailing

from Dominica for St. Lucia on
the Sunday, never reached St.
Lucia before the following Friday.
The Ruby C’s mainboom was
broken and her sails torn. The
vessel’s crew had to use an oar as
an improvised mainboom so as to
get her to St. Lucia,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



UNIQUE ARCADE TO
~ BE DEMOLISHED
Barclays Bank Will Be

Built In

Two Parts

THE FIRST STEP in the operations for the erection
of the new Barclays Bank building, will be the demolition
of the Unique Arcade premives adjoining the bank and the
construction of the foundations for the first half of the
building on that side, Mr. R. Fraser Reekie, Resident Part-
ner in the West Indies of Messrs. W. H. Watkins and Part-

ners, Architects of London

Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Reekie arrived here
the week-end by B.W.1.A. from
Trinidad for about 10 days’ holi-
day. He was accompanied by his
wife and family and they are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.

He said that after careful in-
vestigation of the site, it was de-
cided to use precast concrete piles
which will be driven to a depth
of some 20—30 feet.

Materials
“The programme of works de-
pends largely on the question of

the supply of steel, firstly, the
reinforcing steel for the founda-
tions and later, the structural

steel for the super-structure.

Steel of all kinds is now very
difficult to obtain and until the
position clarifies itself in this re-
spect, it is not possible to say ex-
actly when the start will be made,
but every effort is being made to
secure the required material and
it is hoped that work will begin
in the near future,

The building is to be erected
in two parts. After the first part
is completed, the bank will move
into it from the existing premises
and the second half will then be
constructed and the parts united

The whole building programme
is expected to be completed by
1955.

The contract for the erection of
the super-structure has been
awarded to Messrs Ash & Watson
Ltd. of Trinidad, the foundations
thhave been designed by Messrs
Travers, Morgan and Partners of
London and the super-structure

over



and the West Indies, told the

by the engineering firm of Messrs
Watkins and Partners.
More Building

Asked the position with regard
to building generally in the West
Indies, Mr. Reekie said: “There
still appears to be a considerable
amount taking place’ through-
out the area, My firm has offices
in Georgetown, British Guiana,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and
Kingston, Jamaica and all are
very busy at the present moment.
“There is a continual increase

the cost of building and the
many materials has re-
increased, but the chief
difficulty is that of supply and
careful planning is necessary to
ensure that those most difficult to
obtain are used as little as pos-
sible, but where their use is es-
sential, they should be ordered
well in advance. I do not fore-
see any improvement in the situ-
ation for sometime.”

In spite of the shortage of ma-
terial, there is a considerable
amount of private building going
on in Trinidad, Several large of-
fice buildings are being erected in
Port-of-Spain, A five storey build-
ing for Messrs George F, Huggins
& Co. Ltd. and designed by Messrs
Watkins and Partners will be
completed early next year. Work
is about to begin on a six storey
building for a large insurance
company. This will be the highest
building in Trinidad and is an
example of the growing tendency
to erect multi-storey buildings due
to the increase in land values and
the need for greater office accom-
modation.

in
price of
cently



Appeal For Jcan Inquiry Adjourned

Animal Hospital,

The animal population of Jam-

aica did not escape the ravages
of the recent hurricane. The
Animal Hospital and Dispensary
at, 115 Spanish Town Road,

Kingston suffered severe damage.
Half of the wall collapsed, the
paroid on the roofs were torn
off in strips, and both sheds col-
lapsed, while all the trees are
down. However, the hospitalized
animals did not suffer any hurt.-

On the whole, animal mortality
has been high. The peasant class

bas suffered heavily, losing
pigs, goats, donkeys, and cows.
The Honourable Secretary of

the Jamaican S.P.C.A., in.a recent
letter to the Secretary of the
local S.P.C.A., tells of the damage
done to the animal population,
and hopes that the sufferers will
get some help from the Govern-
or’s Fund.



Preparations For
Hurricane Made

The Hurricane Relief Organisa-
tion of St. Michael under the
Chairmanship of the Churchward-
en Mr, McD. Symmonds has made
its annual preparations to meey
the emergency of a_ hurricane,
clerk of the St. Michael Vestry
and also clerk of the Hurricane
Relief Committee of the parish,
told the Advocate yesterday.

In the meantime, he said, per-
sons who have volunteered to
help in such an event are being
reminded and advised as regards
the duties they must perform.

Any person desirous of volun-
teering his~ services, he _ said,
can report to the Chairman of his
area or get in touch with him.

Coroner G. B. Griffith yester-
day adjourned the inquiry into
the death of Mrs. Katherine Hall
of Westbury Road, St. Michael
until Monday, September 24, at
District “A.”

Mrs. Hall was one of the oc-
cupants of the motor car X-697
which overturned on Dayrells Hill
Road, St. George, on September
3 Giving post mortem evidence
yesterday, Dr. A. L. Stuart said
that he noticed that the right leg
of the deceased was fractured
and in his opinion death was due
to shock and the abnormal dis-
tension of the intestines
Mr. Dudley Hall who identified
the body to Dr. Stuart, said that
Mrs. Hall left her home early on
the morning of September 3 and
later the same day about 7.15
p.m. he was called to the General
Hospital and was told that Mrs
Hall was in a serious condition

SQLD BANANAS
TOO. DEAR

Mr. G. B. Griffith,
Police Magistrate of District
yesterday fined May of
Waterhall, St. Michael, £5 to be
paid by four monthly instalments
or two months’ imprisonment
with hard labour for selling six
bananas for six cents to Warren



Acting
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The bananas were not gros
michels. The offence was commit-

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“Plantations” Chancery
Suit Now Adjourned —

THE HUGH M. BEST

some Barbados plantations

and others vs. Percy G, Seales |
and others Chancery suit in which the administration of |

is at issue, was continued yes

terday by the Hon. the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-
more, and adjourned until September 24.

In this case, Seales and the
gthers are charged with being in
possession of property which be-
long to both parties. In the Bill
of Complaint they are alleged to
have sold some of the property
without making any statement to
H. M. Best and his party about
the money obtained from the sales.

Yesterday after hearing, Mr
G, H. Adams, counsel for Seales,
argued that the case should not be
continued then as the other side
had come into the Court of Equity
and stated that they were trustees
for other people’s money they had
spent; and when Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., for Best, asked per-

mission to amend the Bill of
Complaint, the Vice Chancellor
gave a ruling.

Amendments
Amendments to the Bill of

Complaint will be proceeded with
and the plaintiffs, Hugh Best and
others, must pay the costs of yes-
terday’s hearing and argument.

The plantations for the purchase
of which Best and others claim
that the money was provided by
both parties are Lascelles, St
James; Four Hill, St. Peter; Mt
Prospect, Colleton and Trent,

Seales and the other defendants
deny that each of the sugar plan-
tations was bought by its respec-
tive purchasers as trustees for the
Barbados Progressive Society and
not otherwise,

They are of the opinion that the
plantations are not the property
of either party, nor does the money
belong to either of them on joint
account or otherwise.

Making his ruling, the Hon.
The Vice Chancellor said that in
tis view the case should proceed
with the amendments to the Bill
of Complaint with a certain com-
pliance,

He could not see that where
there was a claim as there was in
the Bill of Complaint as it was,
that the whole of the series of
transactions could be taken to-
gether

Therefore, in so far as the then
Bill of Complaint was concerned,
the Court would proceed with the
hearing of the matter as related
to Colleton and Trent in which
the same parties were involved,
The others had to be made in|
separate Bills of Complaint with
the possibility of consolidation,

although it might not be neces-
sary to go into that for the
first two which they would pro-
ceed to hear and deal with.

The Bill of Complaint should better
be amended asking for a declara-
tion as to the position of Trust.

Mr, Reece is instructed by Car-
rington and Sealy and Mr. Adams
by Haynes and Griffith,

Bewildered

Before hearing Mr, Adams and
Mr. Reece, The Hon. the Vice
Chancellor said that he had to
confess he was somewhat bewil-
dered by the position of the suit
with regards the point mentioned
about the joiner action.

Mr. Adams said that im any
event he would submit that it
should not continue. He would

submit that it was not a case that
could be corrected by amendment
Judgment should be given for the
Defendant, Seales and others, and
it should be upon them for the
other side to bring a case as trus-
tees

Both of the pleadings had to be
rewritten and it was for that
reason that he was making his
submission,

The Trust deeds had
ecuted by all of them.

been ex-

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First Time Since The

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It is now over fifty years
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on a

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As soon as the trustees were
in there was no argument, They
had come before the Court saying
that making certain admissions
and at the same time said they
received money from A, B, and C.

“The Plaintiffs themselves are
saying they are trustees,” he
said. “Thus under the provisions
they are asking to say, ‘Make a

declaration that the money is
ours
His side were perfectly pre-

pared to go on with the case, but
as it was, it-was too complicated.

Mr. Reece said he had never
argued it was a trust. The money

had come from Panama and they

had found themselves in a_ posi-
tion where it was impossible to
do what they were instructed and
what they did was in their opinion

legal. The plaintiffs were not
trustees,
He then sought permission to

amend the Bill of Complaint.



Response To ‘Appeal |

| 7
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PAGE FIVE

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MESSRS. A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD,
P.O. BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
sss SSF;

For Clothing Good |:

The collecting of clothing and

other items of necessity for the!

Jamaica hurricane victims, is
going well ahead, the Church-
warden of St. Michael told the

Advocate yesterday. The response |

to the appeal for this help has
been splendid, he said. The col-
lecting centre is Queen’s Park.

A hurricane relief committee
was set up by the Churchwarden
with the assistance of Mr, H. H.
Williams of the Y.M.C.A., after a'
cable had been received by the
Churchwarden from the Mayor of
Kingston, appealing for financial
and other assistance for the hur-
ricane sufferers.

The Churchwarden
cabled back “Cable received.
Public fund already being sub-
scribed, Appealing for other~ as-
sistance, Convey sympathy, peo-|
ple of Bridgetown.” }

The Committee have managed
to get some ladies to make collec-|
‘tions in their pasticular dip-.
tricts, These are |

Mrs. E. B, Williams, Fontabelle;|
Mrs, A, deCourcey Boyce, Strath-!
clyde; Lady Collymore, Collymore!
Rock; Mrs. Ullyett, Black Rock;|
Rev. Harold Lane, St, Martin, St.|
Philip. i

The names of other people who
will give service in this respect

yesterday

throughout the island will appeao
|

to-morrow,

Volunteers

Groups of volunteers are being
organised to do the sorting and)
packing of the items received, It)
would be appreciated, it was said,
if merchants who were sending}
packing cases would send along
the covers and straps.

Messrs, R. M, Jones & Co., Ltd.,
agents for the Colombie have
written to the representatives in
Guadeloupe said Mr, Williams,!
asking for permission to send re-
lief packages from here to Jamai-
ca free of charge.

It is desirous that donors should}
send in their contributions early,

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Single Breasted $47.23
Double Breasted $49.20

TROPICAL SUITS

Single Breasted
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WORSTED SUITS

Single Breasted
$41.87 & $43.84

Double Breasted $42.72

SPORT COATS

3 Button Style with
Patch Pockets $18.56
& $18.76,

GREY PLAN!



EL, PANTS

$13,49,



said the organisers, as it is evi-
dent from the appeal from Jamai-
ca that the matter
one

It was also desired, they pointed
out, that those who give clothing
would give what was suitable and
usable.

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village of Great Britain, and
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Hall's Wine meets, as no
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CLASSIFIED ADS.



EE EEE EL ee

ll, 1951

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents pet agate Nhe on week-days
and 12 cents per agate tine un Sundays,
| minimum charge $1.50 on wWeek-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.







For Births, Morriage ar Engagement i
Mnouncements im Carib Calling the FOR SALE |
charge is $3.00 for any number of words Minimum charge week cents ,
&p to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| 98 cents SuNdays 24 ona ae oa REAL ESTATE }
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 words 3 centa a word week—4 cents a)
between § 50 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death werd on Sundays;
Notices only after 4 p.m. HOUSE—One Board and shingled |

The charge for

Births, Marriages, Deaths,

additional word.

FORTHCOMING WEDDING

announcements of
Acknowl-+
edgements, and ‘n Memoriam notices is
7 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays

any number a) words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word en Sundays for each

house in good condition for sale. 15x9-3 |
Apply to Mrs, Olga Holder, Endeavour
in perfect Street, St. John B.W.1
order. Price $1,250. Telephone .
11.9.51—8n The undersigned
pa ition at their Office, No. 17,
CAR—One Chr al Car in first | High | » Bridgetown, on Friday, the
clout apaer ett eae ota Taxi, | 2/st Gay of September, 1951, at 2 p.m.:—
Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce|, 9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES 0!

Ww wf ‘i aes land (formerty part of a place calloc
catherhead Limited, 5-9 .B—6,2-0 Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy

CAR—One ‘Prefect 10 h.p.
will offer for sale at

— | CAR—Buick Straight ht. J-1 in| TOSether with the messuage or dwelliny
MARWOOD — SHARP: Mr. D. C._L.| good order, Appiy, SS stale house thereon known as “BENTHAMS”

Marwood and Miss J. M. B, . The Guinea John. Dial vas: end the outbuildings thereto.

marriage will take place at ridge, 8.9.51—6n, | , The dwelling-house contains Ope:

Kent on September

“Red Cottage” Hadlow Road, Tonbridge

anc Jean Margaret Burrington Younger
F. Sharp

copied from Dally
Telegraph, Wednesday August 29th 1951.)
11.9.51—1n

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G
of Barbados B.W.I.
(Announcement

IN MEMORIAM

————————
FOSTER: In loving memory of my Step-
father George Evan Foster who cied

on 10th September 1950.
Rest eternal grant him,
After weary fight,

Shed on him the radiance
Of Thy heavenly light
Manning and Family

Colin

11 9 51—1n,





$$$ —

The public are hereby warned against
S.ving credit to my wife MARION
WEEKES inee Thorne) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed by

me
ERICK WEEKES,
Congo Road,
St Philip
11.9. 51—2n



PUMLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-day+
@nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

NOTICE

This serves to inform the public that
I have not seen nor heard of the where-
abouts of my wife CLAUDINE GREEN-
IDGE (nee Jones) formerly of Charnocks,
Christ Chureh for the past twelve years,
and it is my intention to remarry in the

near future
ROBERT GREENIDGE,
Kirtons, St. Philip





11.8.51—3n

_
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Gloria A. Samuels
holder of Liquor License No. 214 of 1951
granted to her in respect of a 2-storey
wall building at Fairchild Street, St.
Michael, for permission to use said liquor
license at a 2 storey wall building in
River Road, St. Michael,
Deted this 7th day of September 1951
To: E, A. McLEOD, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’,
GLOR#A A. SA

‘Applicant
N.B.—This application will be ore
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A” on Monday the

17th day of September 1951 at 11 o'clock
alm

E. A, McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
11.9.51—1n

Lt Re
THE COLERIDGE SCHOOL

will begin at the Coleridge
School on the 18th of September. Per-
ents of new pupils will be interviewed
at 10 a.m. on the 17th at the School
J. S. YEARWOOD,
Headmaster (Ag.)
11.9.51—2n

YF FIBSISSSSESSSSSS9909995,

THE TURTLE SHOP

MARINE HOTEL
“UNUSUALITIES”
1.9.51—1n

remosennsenenscnet a
FURNITURE
AUCTION

LOWER GREYS

CHRIST CHURCH
Beyond Boarded Hall Police
Station

We are fayoured with instruc-
‘tions from the Executors of the
late A.F.A. Bishop Esq., to
pepe of all very fine

y and other Furniture
and Effects as listed below. Sale
on Wednesday 12th September
at 11,30 a.m.



Viewing morning of Sale from
9 a.m.

1940 Dodge Sedan, 24,000 miles.
In excellent condition (to be sold
between 1 & 2 p.m.

All the following in Mahogany
—Single Ended Couch, Hat
Stand, Berbice Chair, Morris
Suite (Couch, 2 Rockers, 2 Arm
Chairs), Dining Tabie (seat 14-16)
12 Dining Chairs, Serving Table,
Pie Crust Tip-Top Table, Swivel
Office Chair, Tea Trolley (with
fide ffaps), China | Ca b
Liquor Cabinet, Sideboard, Sérv-
ing Table (Plate Glass Top),
3 Tier Cake Stand, C'tail and
Coffee Tables, Plant Stands,
Drop Leaf Table, Pr. Occasional
Tables, Screens, Trays, Towel
Racks, Pr. Single Fleds (Vono
Springs), Triple Mirror Dressing
Table, Large Wardrobe with
long Mirror, Book Ends. All the
above in Mahogeny.

Grand Piano (John Broadwood
and Son), Electric Sewing
Machine (American National)
Phoenix Electric Vacuum Cleaner
(as new}, Several Kitchen and
other Tables, Larders, Cedar
Wardrobe, Marble Topped Wash- |
stands and Ware, Port Top Desk,
Pine Linen Press, Folding Canvas
and Deck Chairs, Upright Chairs.
Marble Topped ‘ables, Dieal
Linen Press, Coolerator, Mirrors,
Chiming Clock, Carpet, Iced
Water Container, 4 Single Hair
Mattresses, Pillows, Feed Bin.

Wood and Coal Stove, won
Safe on Stand, 8 Good Galvanized
Tron Buckets, Good Assortment
Glassware and China, Excellent
heav, Silver Plate. All in new
condition, Tee Bucket, C'tail
Shaker, Canteen Fish Knives,
Forks and Servers, 12 Dessert
Knives aod BRC, iS bee
Spoons, & Table ooNs. inner

and Forks, 12 Breakfast
Forks

Knives
Knives and

Coffee ond Téa Spoons, Cake
Forks, 2 Sets Carving Knives and
Forks, Gravy Ladle, Crumb Tray.
Several Pairs
and Drill

Assorted Linen,
good Linen, Tweed
Suits, Morning Suit, Hats, Boots,
Shirts, Aertex Underwear, Mise
Kitchen Utensils, and many other
useful articles,

Light Refreshments Available
CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER.



AUCTIONEERS

John. Biadsan
| & co.

A.F.8., F.V.A.
Phone 4640

15th 1951 between
David Christopher Laborde, elder son ot
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Marwood of the



Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing |
Morris Minor 2 and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitch>> |
Door Saloon, low mileage and in excel. |" Pantry



lert ition. The house is wired for Electricity
tae ‘Fora Prefect, excellent condition, Ut the current is not tured in,
at reasonable price. | although the Company's wires pass |

1949 Kaiser Sedan

under 6,000 miles. , Within close proximity |
Like new. ;

Inspection any day except Sunda~s,

1935 Ford V8 Tourer Suitable for between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 pom

making Pick-up, Cheap Rg tg 3 pecsoulety and conditio 1s
i Morris Six Saloon. FO! of sale, apply to:—

GARAGE LTD. Telephone Wore COTTLE, CATFORD & co

.9.51—In 7.9.51—Ta

——— ——————_
IMMEDIATE delivery Morris Minor The undersigned will offer for Sale at

4+ Door Saloons in Black, Blue, Green | Public competition at their Office, No.
and Grey. 10 Cwt, Morris Cowley |/7; High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
| Pick-Up Trucks, Morris 1%—2 Ton | the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 36
Light Delivery Trucks with all steel |P-â„¢.
body if desired. yours while| THE COTTAGE GiFT SHOP, standing
they last and before prices rise. or 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD., the Barbados Aquatic Club, together
| Telephone 4504. with the Goodwill and Assets of the





8.9.51—7n, | UMSiness, now carried on under the
i ctaticintenclamttie above name.

MOTORCYCLE—One Speed Twin Tri- INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-
umph Motorcycle 5 H.P. in first class | @a9s, and Fridays, between the hours of
condition very littie used, apply: CECIL|4 and 6 p.m. on application on the
| JEMMOTT, 33 Brond $t., over Knight's | Premises







|Phone 4563 11.9.51—2n For further particulars, and conditions

of sale, ae to:

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.
POULTRY 31 8.51—23n.
POULTRY: Imported New Hampshire The un ed will offer
and Rhode Island Pullets and Cock- ublie rains at their oS id
erels 4 rmonths dld, yn Foster, Hughen- Re High Street, B wn, on lay
den, Barbarees Rd. 11.9.5:- 2n! the 14th day of ember, 1951 at 2
p.m.:—

MECHANICAL The two-storied Dwellinghouse known

as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon
the same stands and thereto belonging,
containing by admeasurement 6,422



SPORTS CYCLE — One (1) Lady's
“Humber” Sports Cycle—Cheap for cash.







Appl’: Newsam & Co. 8.9.51—2n, | Square feet or thereabouts, situate at
10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael,

MISCELLANEOUS Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
| L. L, Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2786.

COFFEE—Fresh shipment of this For further particulars and condition:

favoured Brand of Liptons French Coffee
will now be had from your grocer.
ui 11.9.51—2n

ee

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New,
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights
City Pharmacy.

CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—N.E.D

IVY LODGE—Wwy Road, with three

Price’ bedrooms, toilet and bath upstairs

11.851 oak Good place to keep a dairy or other

cnet’ business. Time for inspection every

day from 9 a.m. to 11 m. and 2 p.m

Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696." - Clarke on the premises, 9.9.51—2n

8.9.51—t-f.n. | "LOWER GREYS HOUSE, Christ Church.

Standing on 3 Acres 25% Perches of land,
with the Outbuildings thereto

The DWELLINGHOUSE contains one
open and | closed Verandah, Drawing and
\Dining Rooms, Office, 4 Large Bedrooms,
toilet and Bath, large Kitchen, and
Buttrey.

The Company's Water as well as
private Water Nill,

Telephone, Garage for 4 Cars, 4
Servant’s Rooms with Toilet and Baths
Cattle, and Poultry Pens.

Offers in writing will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday, the
25th inst. at 4 p.m. The vendor does
not bind itself to accept the highest, o1

of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE,

Remember and add to your Xmas
Gifts, Collins Shaving bowls, in a
Bekelite case. Reduced from 8/- to 6/-
Obtainable at KNIGHT'S LTD.

9.9.51—2n

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‘UNIMET MAJOR'—Constructional Angle
makes absolutely Rigid Steel Framework.
From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’
you can canstrucrt Bénches, Storage,
Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for
Light Buildings, scaffolding and other
useful equipment. Available from Stock,
contact

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











Dial 3713—4566. 4.9.51—n. | Diy offer
Inspection any day on application ov
~ the premises.
LOST A FOUND For further particulars and conditions
‘of sale, apply to:—
No. It, High, Street
No. 17, Hig! reet,
LOST Bridgetown.
_-__O 11.9.51—3n
SHADES—Pair of plastic shades in
Between Bonk Hall. Hagie Hall ancl inte
ween nl . gle Hall and White
Hall Roads, Finder return C. R. Cum- AUCTION
berbatch, Customs, Wharf. Reward
offered. 11.9.51—2n

AT CUSTOMS
llth September at 12.30
1_ will sell by

AUCTION SALE
On Tuesday
oclock at the Customs,



WANTED





Auction 75 Cartoons of Paraffin Wax,
(6) Six Deal Planks, and 2 Pkgs. con-
taining 12 eartoons of Cigarettes.
HELP Terms strictly CASH. D'ARCY A,
., Govt. Auctioneer. oa is
Aan Gbercae. 9.51—4n
i iret oes AND TYPIST,
w as previous experience. Begin-
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Or THURSDAY the 20th we will sell

MISCELLA

NEOUS one Shop Building with 2 roofs veer
RGAN—Sma with galvanise iron, situated at the
ne Barna "AMER geen, ee, corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near

No. 530 Swan Street, or Phone 2121 Plantations Ltd Sale 2 o'clock

9.9.51—2n | TEKMS CASH.
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UNFURNISHED Room and kitchenette Auctioneers

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WILL BUY Old Gold and _ Silver UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

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w. ED TO RENT done 1,000 miles (Damaged in accident)

. WAREHOUSE: TO RENT. In br}Sale at 2 p.m. Terms Cash. Vincent
around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Ltd.,; Griffith, Auctioneer. 9.9.51 —4n.

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UNDER THE DIAMOND
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By instructions received from Mrs.
Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot
at Afry Hill, Saint Joseph on Wednes-
day next 12th September at 2 p.m

FOR RENT

charge week 72 cents and.

96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24| Cre Aoinie roofed house size 20 % 10
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word on Sundays; D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
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BARBAROS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG | B'dos Holds
In Carlisle Bay

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ga oom S.. Seh. Franklyn D. R
Se rtac, Sch. Rosarene, Sch. Luctiie Ys, 2 Py N
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Schooner Lindsyd 11, 36 tons net, Capt



| Randalls Island was at once trans-



Barrow, himself



for a Cricket

o settle their

a

Empire and
arm cricketer

who is now resident in U.S.A.

in a recent

cricket match between Barba-

cans. Here is

4 graphic account of his bat
ting by a sports reporter of

Ee eae sear tiniaue ie sided, and a bright and sunny sky comfortably tempe
|eons, trom St. Lucia. by balmy breezes, provided the atmosphere
_— Cane Sin FORROM e game at Randalls Island on Sunday last. An All Barbados
Lucia, , eleven met an All Jamaica aggregation t
ot eee Mark: 38 tons nets! annual battle for supremacy.
ear DEPARTURES ) mame yeate ego this game creat-
. Student, 4443 tons net, Capt considerable interest and en- '
Pemberton. for Antigua. thusiasm and great crowds would Shirley Gill,
Drijver, oo hate laa a journey to andalls Island to Barbados left
ont? .€ L R. rans. 41 tons net.) Watch this highly competitive
pt. Tannis, for St. Vincent. |match. It was the occasion of was the hero
Capt cae ee Veoe net.’ much festivity and insular spirits
Robertson, for Grenada" "CHP Ne Cestenio was reached in | att and Sefuat
son, fo jrenada “res ° fas reached in
M.V. Canadian Constructor, 3,936 tons! 1947 when Intereolonial players
net, Capt. Wallace, for St. Lucia | were imported for the game and the Amsterdam

News, Dudley
a Barbadian.



Jea To Draw SHIPPING
In U.S.A. Cricket Game

THE HEAT and humidity of the past week had sub-|

|

jformed into Lord's, England. |
In Touch with Barbados | Since then, however, popular jry- |} em | |
terest in the game waned to an .
Coastal Station | alarming extent, and fading hope Bailey w ho dismissed seven Bar-|
CABLE & WIRELESS (wW.t.) Lta.| for its survival was evident. On adians for only 56 runs. Conster-
advise that they can now communicate | Sunday last, officials and fans "&tton enveloped the batting side
with the following ships through their | alike agreed that the game play- wher defeat seemed certain, An-
Barbados Coast Station : - : 4 4 other wicket fell with little change |
$.S. Golfito, ss. Agriguani, s.s.| @4 revived all the interest and in the score, when Capt. Gill took
Akaroa, $.s. Argentine, s.s. Silverbriar.|enthusiasm of yesteryear The over. With serious meth he up-|
. s ‘
Ea teen canoe 2s ce ee dogged determination _ Of the plied himself to the task of avoid-
Alcoa Corsair, s.8, ‘Clelia Campanelia,| P!ayers and the refreshing indul- ing the pending disaster. Another
8-8. Sunjewel, s.s. Pygmaligy, s.s | 8ences of the star performers. wicket fell and the exultation of
Sundale, s.s. Freecrest, s.s _Afriean En-/ electritied the fans and recalled the crowd was spontaneous. ‘The
at Ses 5. ae. : 8 dea aes familiar scenes and anecdotes game wss no doubt wrapped up
Fort Amherst, 3.8. Thetis, s.s. Sunetta Although the a abaw sor the Jamaicans. Robinson, the
6.5. Attila, 5.8. Starstone, 8.8. Luigi, ough the resuit was a draw, last man to come to the wicket
s.s. Vampa, s.s. Speaker, s.s. Rio}it Was undoubtedly a moral vic- joined Capt. Gill and here was

tory for the Barbados Eleven. The



Orinoco, 8. Noravind, s.s. Rio de ia ‘ r
yi A. 5.8 Lae Honduras, s.s./| Jamaicans batted first and it was

orthern Sun, s.s ascogne, 8.8. S.]j a a a- as .
Teresa, S.S. Mareala, s.s. Willemstad immediately apparent that Barba games in recent y

dos intended to make short work
of their dismissal. Kenneth
Weekes, Star bat of the Jamaican
side gave an easy chance to
Braithwaite before he had reached
double figures.

%.5. Alcoa Pioneer,
Federal, ss. Ockittrick
Grorland, s.s. Scholar,
¢.8. Maria De Larrinaga, s.s. Aicao

Pennant, $.8. Andreina Marsano, ss

batting as if by i
played each ball,
attempts to score,
ed away at every
the Jamaican bowl

8.8. Dolores,
Hills,

s.s Student

ss
ss



witnessed as fine a piece of strate-
gy as has been seen in any local

ears. Robinson,
nstructions, just
with periodical
while Gill blast-
thing offered by
ers.

Bailey and Russell had become

This error cost Barbados the : :
ana ‘ seonre red after capturing four wicket
matc h, as Weekes went on to score for 30 runs, and three for 40, re-
MAIL NOTICE 37 runs and to become top scorer tattle. end Wanker boy ak
{ his side, Shirley Gill, Capt. of spectively, and Weekes two for If,
. = hele . "Barbados Other assorted bowlers pege
Mails for British Guiana by the Sch the Barbados cadens haar : bate a
D’Ortac_ will be closed at the Genera! side bowled re- "Way yet these two batsmen, %u
Post Office as under :— markably well their determination to stay brought

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 12



Armtrican Trader

the spectators to their feet in wil

Tic "weptembar iy at 12.15 p.m. on rene Ss excitement and anxiety. The bats-
F runs. “His per- men remained calm, Robinson

formance with bunting’ and Gill blasting The

See eee > the ball recalled century _ was reached. J Darkness

his achieve- Ws setting fast, but Capt Gill

saw the possibility

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of making ju

are a , Baia 26 runs to win, The race againsi

he wrecked time was on and the strategy con-

n . teams in Van- Unued. However, with the score

VACANT POST OF MEDICAL Cortlandt Park 4t 114 runs, the Umpires declared
OFFICER OF HEALTH, | with his spins, the game ended F

BARBADOS, B.W.I. -urves. and Spectators ran out on the field

ee balls of delayed Md lifting Robinson and Gill aloft,

Applications are invited for haction. The Ja- brought them to the Pavilion amid

the post of Medical Officer of iapaiead fanines cheers. s
Health at the Speightstown closed for 125 Thus ended the Annual c Assi
Health Centre which will serve runs. when at Randalls Island, The general



the six northern parishes of satisfaction of the
Barbados, covering a population

of some sixty thousand people.

Capt. Bailey de-

8S. Gill
slared with one wicket to spare.
After the Luncheon period, Bar-

season. The
2. The salary of this whole- Touring Team
time post which is pensionable

is in the scale $4,320 x 240—

bados took the wicket. Jamaica to

was confident that with a deter-



take ;n a selection of the rest
New York, on Sunday, Sept. 2

crowd will no

doubt creditably affect the two re.
maining games at the Stadium this
New York Cricket

wil)
of

Bermuda

the Montserrat

Club will entertain a West Indian

; } mined attack, the Barbadian met re
$4,800 (British West Indian] ojeven could not equal their score, and on Labor Day
dollars), Salary subject to de-|anq they set out to prove it. The C l eta
ductions of hh tn a under} attack was opened by Russel and Eleven from Boston,
Widows’ and rphans’ ension Seen anmnenmed
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ARRIVALS BY B.W.LAL Bailey, Sir George Seel, Austin Belmar Gas makes Cookie happi |
7 n « y . Bett ppter
3. Passages up to a maximum | From Trinidad ; vensols meiner “Rass, Tommy, ene! and makes her cook better
f 1,440 id first M. Perez, C. Perez, J. Moreau, T. Hopecross, FE i
cf $1,44 are pa on. TSt) woreau, T. A. Moreau, M. Moreau, L. mas, Rita Jobo, too!
appointment. Leave passages are) Boyes, L. Boyce, D. Boyce, A. Bovee, For Antigua : a
PP 5 > Hunte, John Wood
not paid. Leave conditions are|G. Kirton, L. Spence, A. Procope, A A. Pilgrim, Jeanne Hunte a
i Taylor, A, Maingot, I. Maingot, C. Main- ing, Millicent Hazel, Ira Haze
in accordance with local leave ade A. Mathaot B. Benjamin, V, Mo In. tnteansit fer San Juan ! :
regulations. tosh, L. Fisher, T, Cozier, L. Sealy, B James Thompson, Carsilda Edinburg
Williams, Capt. C. Swiniey, R. Lobo, J, Christian : Alleyne, Bernard Crawford
4. A house allowance is paid] Marshall, J. Belle, M. Bourne, M Ill, N Darniey Greene, Rhina Cox
at the Fate of 10% Of SAlary.| Tiiion, M. erunden Mi. Stews N. Robert Metuattie, Mariya MoQuattie : Salon w
Quarters are not provided Sheppard, T. Agostini, C. Pollard, L. Robert McQuattie, Edith Horowitz : : sing Salon will be Closed from
5. Travelling allowance is| Hinkson, B. Hinkson, A, Thompson, D Freddy . Horowits,, Robert peck Rutt 15th September, Re-opening 2nd October
payable in accordance with the poems, ® Ferreira, G Ferreira ¥ Beek, Gorden Perseomebers (ey oP ie
local regulations made under the| fuel, G. Yvonnet, SB Esteva, Sylvia Esteva, Melida va
Public Officers Loan and Travell-| From Grenada : ee fer en ees eT saitndionintpmautteteactnmaebadenedauearen tree.
ing Allowances Act. James Maitland, Vivian Maitland, Julie Ben ee pial tl Ne aa SR se rs a .
$ a “es ‘ BEES
Maitland, Eversley Gittens, atricia a ‘ . } ;
Preudhomme. Shirley Preaudhomme, Kenneth Dennys, Barbara Lang, Prank (5
6. Candidates must hold) phyilis Preudhomme Flora Coard, Brady, Harold Hammond \ TRY CENTRAL EMPORIUM FOR i)
sraduate medical degrees, reBIS~ ) Joseph Davis eee Bouni Robeh MeQuattiv { {
trable in the United _ Kingdom Stem. Ban iene Mariya MeQuattie, Robert McQuatt TE MPERED aH. RDBOARD
and must possess a Diploma in From Antigua Je. Edith Horowirz, Freddy Horowi' f 4 A
é : fon Bech
Public Health or other equal)” Tohraine Shorey, Fabian Bento, Marie Robert Beck, Ruth Beck, Gordon Bec sii sail : i
rn : ; ward pees ~ Grahs The ober eck, Jr, sus E ya, Lasisi 1ew shipment just received,
pagans bat ; A Aegree, een ome \ ules “Moder Mawece Wilidn . Tere Esteva, Graciela Esteva, Sylvia Esteve | ) I J
or certificate in Tropical Medicin« Ean e King : : Melida Esyeva, German Esteva, Enriqu \
cei ee SI wa teeten be Ree ae ee: Ll CENTRAL EMPORIUM
essential. lan Shoul, Conrad Shoul, Stephen Fo < :
i” Shoul, Anthony Shoul, Elaine Herrera, — James Thompson, ae = een { Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets
7. Duti f the office are!Stella’ Herrera, Phillip Nassief, Robert Cassilda Edinburg, Christian Alleyn
, Pe, e 3 Wilson Bernard Crawford, Darnley Green
ascertainable by request from the | ¢.om. Venesuela : Rhina Cox = DSS DL AL DALLA RELL LAE APPL AL I (
Colonial Secretary's office, ~ Richard Gluski, Virginia Cg Finn 7
broadly these include port health | Fredrikson, Mercedes Arreaza, Beatriz PEDO LLL LLL 7,
; i > y *z, Carlotica Pere : ° POS PLP PELOLELLP LL
and quarantine servic, inspéc- | George. iielis, Beatrice’ Helis, armanas Mansfield Becomes Prince
tion of schools, public hea Sorondo, Margarita Wellard, Lorain Wel wey ¥
education, maternal and child dard, Norman King, Joan King, Patricia ) From Page 3 : ’ 1 BARBADOS %
welfare and other clinic appro-|*!ne . ; The following year he was relea ( §
DEPARTURES BY BWLAL aha 3 ° e
priate to Health Centre services !por Trinidad : ed in England and worked ae, g
end co-operating with local] | Harold Boon, Marie Boon. Rosemarie farm hand, He is a democratic %
overnment bodies on matters}Boon, Arthur Carrington, Edward Pil- figure in Hadham, gives lifts in 3
8 ; : . grim, Denis Seott, Mr« Scott, Carol Per- His oar to pedestrians oO ¥
relating to sanitation and hygiene. kins, Amy Drepaul, Hyacinth Drepaul, D pedes : %
Norma Clarke, Helen Eorde, Edgar Visitor from Bonn >
8. It is proposed that four (4) | Borde, Elsie Borde, David Borde Dianna Prince Friedrich’s relative: f ; %
Public Health Nurses and one | ore eee ee eterim tuwis Ba: sometimes come from Germany to For Baby's comfort plus Handsome appearance. %
Sanitary Inspector will aid in}jgra Brine, Warren Bennett, Grace visit him on his farm. Es 17«year- %
these duties. Culverhouse, Diane Culverhouse, Patricia old niece Felicity is there now : i SR ae
Culverhouse, Marylia Lobo, Richard She flew {roi Bonn, where she is For ease in handling and years of wear
9. The Medica! Officer of} Lobo, Michae) Douglas, Keith moberts Boe eihact
lfre } or, eatrice * , ° 7 .
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PAGE EIGHT

‘N. Marshall Top Scores In Trial Gam

Frank King, Horace King ~
Baffle Island Batsmen

NORMAN MARSHALL topscored with a brilliant 63
for the Barbados team in the Trial Game at the Bay on Sun-
day afternoon. In reply to 274 made by The Rest XI, the
island side made 151.

Cricket Board
Meets To-day

The Board



Frank King, pace bowler for
the Rest, gave an excellent per-
formance. He got the ball to lift
on many occasions, He sent down
nine overs and took three wickets
for 15 runs. H. King, slow left arm
bowler, also gave a good _ per-
formance. He took three for 35

When play began on Sunday Grant
t 3

of Management of

the Barbados Cricket Association and Lawless went to the wic-

will meet to-day (Tuesday) at Ket to continue the first innings

the Challenor Stand ; for The Rest Grant was 18
The Board will ~ discuss the not out while Lawless had not

conditions obtaining at the Oval i eepeed. aie She ae + eo

7 " ee . . Ey , Vas 55 for 1e loss of seven

after rain and consider means Of wickets. as

draining the g Ss .
aining the grounds. this partnership yielded 80 runs

Amendments to rules of the before it was broken. Grant was
West Indies Cricket Contro] jo Caught by the wicket-keeper off
allow the sending of reports of the bowling of Eric Atkinson for
meetings to member colonies, ® well played 54. The remaining

batsmen took the total to 274, Law-
less caught by Holder off the bowl-
ing of Atkinson and Bowen 14 not

distribution of profits from over-
seas tours and the question of
increasing the Barbados liability



on tours to the West Indies will ot k y , P
come up for consideration, Atkinson had sent down 12
Aes on the Agenda ie the ques- ZY, 208 tok two wickets for
tion of recommending to the 34. Holder captured two for 61
General Meeting the raising o and Branker three for 67, Mar-
at ationhe Me whe ee 1 shall, breaking his maiden spell,
re ea _ Bw One es took one for 26. Of nearly 11
ete Ast aoe) le 2aTDAGOS overs only five were maidens
Seay see LON The Barbados side was only

able to make 151 and of this Nor-
man Marshall knocked up 63 and
Gordon Proverbs 50, both in fine
style

Mainly responsible for the col-

Lasi2 Wickets Give

















Williams

BARBADOS ADVOCATE











atermediate Cricket

Windward Score
Outright Victory

WINDWARD scored an outright victory over Mental
Hospital on Saturday, the last day in the fourth series ot
Intermediate Cricket matches. Windward won by 17 runs.
G. Springer and C. Williams were the only batsmen who
showed some resistance to the steady bowling of H. Farmer
who took five of the Mental Hospital wickets for 36 runs
fs Mn Mental Hospital’s second innings which ended at
« ulis,

scored 28 and


















s . runs Empire Second Innings
*. ~
Appleyard His 200 lapse were the two Kings who G. Springer who went at number 8. Bourne b McComie 18
kept good lengths throughout. SIX in the batting order knocked : Ta Hie & b McComie 20
a4 - ° s, rec wer , 3 Tw é Nor pec Ps s
BOB APPLEYARD, 27-year- The scores were as follow: up or [wo of the Mental Hos- » Reiraenss bc Wout +
old Yorkshireman, became tne » inne. BARR IBS, RINGS ; apie vatsmen failed to get off the C. Smith b C. Wood 6
first bowler to take 200 wickets Cc. Alleyne ¢ wkpr, Smith, b — A M. Jones not out 16
. : Mullins - On the first day of play Wind- E. Amory c¢ Morris b N. Wood 6
in his first full season when he |, aa oe : ’ ward batting first scored 127 C. Prescod b N. Wood 0
dismisseq the last two M.C.C. bats- ® Hutchinson c K. Walcott b a a 2 st scored 127 runs {. Harris not out 10
i Branker 25 and Mental Hospital replied wit! E :
men at Scarborough L. Birkett b Holder 54 79. Wi a ses ; ath extras 1
\ 2 79. indward i heir s is 2
When Wardle got rid of Griffiths C. Best b Branker 0 ‘ ” r Second ir eka
: ae 8 : c x iS A. Atkins 1.b.w. Hoider g mings scored 51. Total (for 7 wickets) 114
and Freddie jrown, Appleyard CG ‘Geaakidne ¢ Bieverbe, © Set with 98 runs for victory iv
had to take the last two wickets to _ Branker 52 Mental Hospital were dismissed BOWLING ANALYSIS
reach his target. b yr it ce w.k. (Hunte) b ‘i for 83 runs. At Bank Hall Em- o M R&R WW
Hall was caught off Appleyard 8 :° Tawlees 6 d3bidet, b Atkinson 44 pire has gained a first innings C Gistens ‘ 12
first ball by skipper Norman Yard- Kk. Bowen not out 144 lead over Spartan. Batting first K Sealy ge 18
ley, who tanned his face with his 4 King l.bo.w. Marshall o Empire scored 162 in their first E. McComie 9 2 1
cap in obvious relief at holding the © eerie et 2 innings and Spartan in their first ©. Wood 7 2
catch. innings were all, out for 120, - Wood 2 3 2
Freddie Trueman caught Tat- Total 2 O. S.C oppin who went at number © Morris 2 9
+f 7 nine in the batting order was WA PRERS
t ; . ite a as NDERERS vs *K WIC
tetsah off te ah ball sen Fall of wickets; 1—2, 2—9, 3—73, 4—83, the best batsman for Spartan ents eee enaee
the fans went mad 93, 6—98, 7—164. 8—245, 9—251 sear" : 4 . vis >
Th ward ~d on to the ground BOWLING ANALYSIS topscoring with 30 and the next P'ekwiek First Innings 212
ey swarmed on to the groun aos eM RLU. ODest. batsman. was S. Parris 22. or area eee Daten AN Erna enw
as the teams trooped off, surround- 5). denaw 14 > a2 ” Pace bowlers C. Prescod bas : i wee Jordan 19
: ~ s } on xo arg : > - ag- Nich :
ing Appleyard, patting his back Atkinson 12 34 2 ged five of the wickets for 40 A Piciee 1 oa . ao
and shaking his hand. ~ oe + ; i 2 runs and C. Spooner three for M. Clarke ¢ (wk Trotter) b
Derbyshire paceman Cliff Glad- yy,)< + a > 26 runs. When. stump Br inane B. Lewis 0
; : . Marshall 10.5 § 26 1 = Ps were », olfe + j
win changed a tame finish to @ smith 3 26 drawn Empire had scored 114 hk gone t Maoadard +4
four-wicket win for North v. South ‘ BARBADOS as INNINGS runs for seven wickets in their R. Packer c Lewis b Lashley PH
7 ; x . t . unt >. Ww at Kingston when he shot out nine Qmith'b F.. King 4 W; i un gs. . : ‘ 2, MAYER dora an b Lashley 4
men for 63, in 13 overs. G. Proverbs. retired 50 Vanderers has gained a_ first }'' pitterson not out .
W. Farmer c and b H, King 1 innings lead over Pickwick when ’ writes oc "4
K. Walcott ¢ and b Bowen i2 their match ended. Winning the .
Ty’: 2 N. Marshall run out 63 toss Pickwick batte ¢ i . Tote f e ‘an
B.G. Beat Trinidad © xo kine ; toss Pickwick batted and ended otal (for 8 wickets) .... 260
K. Branker 1.b.w, F. King 0 Thi irst innings at 212 runs.
ae ; ( 1ere was play c¢ the LIN
a _ 2 A. Holder ¢ and b H. King , é no Play on € BOWLING _—
"7 C Bradshaw run out, ® derers scored 269 runs for the R. Clarke 14 6 28
(From Our Own Correspondent) Extras 5 Joss of eight wickets in reply to @: Lashley 9 3 = 2
GEORGETOWN, BG. Total is1 Pickwick’s first innings score, i pean, . 4 a 3
se d a & 5
Sept. 10: : ' R. Packer missed his century J, Goddard 3 ; 13 1
enor conor gon oat ; Fall of winketd 3 46.4 57 —— runs but his 94 was a big A. Trotter 4 21
win the second hockey match 25, a1, 3 1elp to his team. Next best bais- G. Moore 6 oe 1
‘ “inids cutive intent’ BOWLING ANALYSIS . * S ats = evely ; 7
against Trinidad yesterday after- + ANALYSIS = ==w man was D. Mayers 44 and B. D Ev yn 2 13
noon with a last minute goal by pF King 92 3 #18 3 Rolfe 36. v od 3 25
Claire Mittleholzer on the G.F.C. Grent 3 8 Regiment also got three points REGIMENT vs. CABLE & WIRELESS
ground, thus clinching the series. Bowen 13 > chieae } from Cable & Wireless as they :
» game | star q eas ‘ nos PY iegime: 9
Before the game sasted both ae : ing 5 17 bowled them down for 87 runs in Peatnient: Jah pines i eae 12
teams were _ presentec 0 he -Giseniae 5 97 reply to theiy scor . 199 E 1 ¢
; " 7 N r score of 122 in Rk. Matthéws, ce. Crawford
Governor. The match was a their first innings k ‘has :
: ; gs. ». Richard 8
personal triumph for Dorothy Regiment went on again and ® McKenzie I.b.w. b. Watts 7
Milan who “icebey a brilliant dis- What's On scored 151 rung for the loss of RQ’ | pwiess ‘- Garvie ay att ;
ny 70% ; 4 arris, atts 5
play in goa seven wickets. V. Bispham was k. Croney, l.b.w. b. Watts 21
+43 : t was not out 56. Best bowler C. Gilkes b. Clarke 2
British Guiana scored within T d , : : : 2
5 . Ys » . ine) o- ot C. Lawless, c. Brathwaite
the first five minutes with a shot Oo ay ro fee nee & ee — C. Be Glarike occ en 10
by Pamela D’Ornellas, inside left, " . ; sawless who took three wicketS y_ Frost |.b.w. b. Clarke il
= ae ; Paya, vat the Police Courts — 10.00 a.m. for 61 runs. K. Branker b. Clarke '
only to see Rita Banker beat the Court of Original Jurisdic Tn tte eae gt }
3 ceeeas aad 7 Da ce - ‘ PS eale not ou re
B.G. keeper with a beauty a few tion — 10.00 a.m. MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. WINDWARD ¥. Clarke, b. Phillips 0
minutes later. Meeti f r th Hous of AT CONGO ROAD Extras 4
The game which was full of eeting oO ie ouse Windward First Innings m7
0 Pigeon eran th a few Assembly — 3.00 p.m. Mental Hospital First Innings i” Total f
excitement see-sawed until a few ta 87
* i °o e arbados Windward Second Innings Mm
tes before the end when eeting a
minutes before he 6ena Cricket Association — Mental Hospital Second Innings
Mittelholzer scored the winner, r “ V. Boyce ¢ Atkinson b Wilkie 2 BOWLING ANALYSIS
The ground was heavy due to 4.30 be NEMAS N. Burrowes |.b.w. b H. Farmer Oo M R UW
oe J 7 x C. Williams 1.b.w. b R. Farmer 28 Phillys
rains, i 8 1 uM 1
: “No Way Out” and “The C. Best ¢ Farmer b H. Farmer 4 Richards 8 7 a
kim k Hand” — 4.45 p.m, and R. Chase b H. Farmer 4 Watts 7 Bi ea
are 8.15 G.s Lt bH,. F x si ot :
15 pom. 3. Springer Ww > armer 33 Parris l 6
Plaza (Bridgetown) “Kiss To- Rh. Rock b R. Farmer 3) Clarke ® |
M.C.C SCORE 105—1 morrow Goodbye’ 445 pom, V. Carter stpd (wk, Evelyn) b Sseath wi ‘ ; " 1s 9
* ait 2 8
and 8.40 p.m. . R Farmer 1
~ 4 Olympic “Salome, Where She J. Wiltshire c (w.k. Evelyn) b »
AGAINST CANADA Danced” and “Sin Town’ — R. Farmer one PIE a pars pe ee oat
4.30 p.m, and 8.30 p.m. _ | M. Crichlow not out S - Weatneaite cc wants b. Brana
TORONTO, Sept, 10. Roxy . eet to pemabewh C. Knight hit wicket b H. Farmer © A. Phillips b. Barnker See as
The touring English Maryle- en a ees Extras 3. R. Watts c. Croney b. McKenzie 6
3 . 7 ae 4.30 pom, and 8.80 p.m, My 3 McKenzie 6
bone cricket team scored 105 with Royal: “The Underworld Story” - D. Crawford stpd. (wk.)
the loss of one wicket during the ovand “Black Magic” — 4.30 and oe ee a Comet ere tas wikis teat ¢
° sir SEC inni 5 8.30 p.m. iG SIS ; : a SB. .+..,
start of their second innings edisied Di leutisial? ‘ioxant BOWLING ANALYSIS : fe Binder c. Lawises b. Mattansia 6
played Sunday in an_ unofficial 8.30 p.m. Se aes 7“ ‘ R WwW 1 Clarke not out ete sy|. Se
Test match with Canada’s eleven. Aquatic: “Mother Wore Tights” D. Wikia” 7 ve ; Bispham not out 56
The Britons ran up 270 ere 8.30 p.m, a. forse 2 to 48 Extras 5
day in their first innings. Canada’s H. V. Farmer Se 10 Total (fo ; y
s “ ° _ - rae a seve! rickets 5
first innings completed SUNCay, ee aa VS SPARTAN AT BANK HALI Rh seo, RAVER. Saemeee) : VO)
ended at 260, The match contin- maples iparibay Pint piahaae ie BOWLING ANALYSIS
5 a:)) ’ pe > o & A
ues Monday.—CP YESTERDAY’S Pi eenoee De memoes cp i 9 Branker ee
.. Sea : » Presco} 6 -R. Lawless ;
WEATHER REPORT | © Sore catmstrog Spon: $f BM tS
B Cc ¥. BATS N From CODRINGTON aA. Gittens > Sersmood is ‘ i 1 Kensie 7 2 15 2
avekse MAN . Rainfall; Nil W. Jemmott ¢ Barrow b Prescod 0 ; ”
Total Rainfall for Month to Ss is c Sub. b Harris 22
date: 3.69 i A Matthew Run out 12 |
‘ es 3; : Ave; 6.00 IS, ©. Coppin 1.b.w. b Spooner 30
Batting for St. John V aptiste Highest Temperature; E. McComie 1.b.w. b Spooner 17 ‘
against Melbourne in a B.C.L, fix- °F. C. Skinner not out 5
& ° .
ture aft seer S . eee nee Lowest Temperature: Total 120
an attractive runs not ou 75.0 °F. F 20 | .
Depeza hit 21 fours Wind Velocity 11 miles per BOWLING ‘SIS
Batting first Melbourne scored a y ye W ih SNe R w | Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and Loose
2 ht lags cea tal kh Aipaal hour ce M © W |4eeth mean that you have Pyorrhea,
47 runs in their first innings and Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.956 C, Spooner 10 2 26 3 | prench Mouth or perhaps some bad se
St. John Baptiste are now 162 3 ) 29.876 C. Prescod uM » 4 » | chat will sooner or later cause you! h
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Ladies’ Team “A”. B. Hunte,
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M. Taylor, J. Chandler and P.
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Ladies’ Team “B". A. Eckstein
M. Knight, T. Browne, A. Suther-
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Foundation First Innings:—66.
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TUESDAY. STITKMBER 11, lsi HARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE riVE London 'Times Praises W.I. Newspapers 'Sign of Better Future Ahead* LONDON. THE WORLDS m-M famous newspupi %  : tl %  %  London Times, has some word* nf huh pi n temporaries ni tin V lor the Lar, wai ;!.ictise at the Courts of Bai % %  HOIk The Chief Judge Sir Allan Collymore, yesterd iv. ll, %  .. trodueed b> trie Bolic -' Introducing him. Mr Hove said lh.it in HMO Mi Williams left Barbados and volunteered fa ing duties With iluRAF He was demobilised In September. IM6 u Flighl Sergeanl He e.1 the Unlverdt) of London sod i a completed his course and took the LL H degree in 1949 with second class In.runt:'. In Septeml* the West H says that most personal journalism and thu* (hey died with their editor*. Sole exception was the fort-of-Spain (iaxetsf. founded in 1825 and ttHl %  ureat newspaper. Th Irtlcla pays a tribute to Mi A P, I Ajnbard, editor of this Pap— until ten ffsUI BgO, SI as "one of the meat ** DM newspaper world ol ,,! UM West Indies." ,, f " THE HUGH M BEST and others vs. Ptjrcy G Seale and others Chancery suit In which the administration ol Barbados plantations is at issue, was conlmu. ... by the Hon. the Vice Chancellor. Sir Allan C'olh more, and adjourned until September 24 I the gad i;ii being In Ai saoa M UM tn, I n lht> niwiliuro. for tht. W1 -.ii ( i l i poM-.ston of property which bein theie wa* no ..igument. The> Li UM iutii..n ,„., tQ |0(|| u ^ tho ||n had come before the Court saying ..I the new Barclays Bank butldmn. will be the demolition „, complaint to ad to thai making eactnln admissiono( the Unique Arcade prem. %  the bank and the ha ol the propor tJ and at the same Utne said thev const met ion of the foundations' for the fust half ol the ?,''.,'' ,nakm anv rtttesnent to lecelved money from A, B. and C. hu.l.l.n ..r..hat side. Mr R K,.,., RMU* | ,en. Part,': ** ,E^ "SKE? C ner in the West Indies ot Messrs. U H. Wat kins and PartYesterday after heartna Ml -...id. "Thus under the provision nan, Architects of Ixmdon and the West Indies told the %  %  '• A : U "*.V counsej for^ w ales, then are asking to s,iy, 'Make %  THE FIRST STEP uvoi h> the engineering u tram Watklin. and Partnere. More MMbu Asked the position %  rlui Ra> %  K I New Outlook Another long-established Advocate yesterday. Mr. Beanie ovai bj the engineering Arm the sraek-4 od i ) B W : A Trinidad for about 10 dayi Hi I''* Asked the position adth iegant wife and shay are to building generally In Ih. A. \ lew Hotel l„die>. M There He ... U I aftei .ireful ina i,u appears io boo ceruaoV p*..mount u.k.iig place thrauahgave'* ruling uae ; „ llc# '• "' In Q Hntish Guiana, of some so—so Poci-of-Spsin, Trinidad and Kingston. Jamaica and all are Materials %  The p %  works da"There ii a continual incnaaae i-f m u'le %  and the w >. if steel, nratly, ih has rei d but the chief d Liter the rtructural difficult] the super-atrueture. careful th.it the raonay Ada OUld not !-• Jeclaratioii" %  %  %  had come into the Couri ol Bqulti lh side BJra perfectly prchad pared to ao SB with the ease, but when Mr W. W. „* n WMi lt w „ u „ com ,,. ; C for He-1. aske.1 |rMr. Rsees Mttt h had neve. Io amend the iiiii ot lltllxUHi u wa > trurt. The mono to. .plaint, the Vice ( naacetlOT hiK | „ from Panama ami UM] had found themselves tn a poslViiiendineiil> " 1 •* %  ll """ "P"" h| r 1 tnunonnnis |o w|u(( (hey ^^ ^(ru^oj an(1 Amendments to the 11.11 of "*at hey did was in their npini. < t), legal. The plaintiffs were Dot and the plainhlK Hugh Beat and trustees I .. %  -.. hearing ami j.igiiment I f for the purchasithat of supply and "f which Best and oilu i claim |a| iaaaasaan to *hf? lhc 'oney was provided he parsed the Bar Anuls cxamlnupaper, the article contim.. tion. He was nlled to the Bar in Barbads* Advocate, founded in 195] 189ft by Mr. Valence Gale, who "in that fhnrt i-riod." he said, brought a new outlook to BarJ'work 'IruTmP'siirrei u? U ^ ^ dos ^"nudism. H c fought pub''v .both parties are LsicelV attained i" partly rf-Te h s in^ sue f Wlin d t y •* dinVull lo obtain and until the obtain are used as little aa poa£••; DttrHul. Peter; Ml dustnand abilMv I have no dcturum u ***• 1 "' d """ Advoeale position clarifies itself In thi-^ retfa use is eProspect. Colleton and Tient. doubt he will meet with success ,0_ii,,v c*tnues that policy. gpad %  serttiaL the} should be ordered Scales and the oihei %  def.-iui;n,let this Bar because of-the'quali"Barbados is entirely deactly when the start will i do not tor,-dau that aaoh of the sugai plan ties winch hava atnsawta wen him pendent on sugar," says the amPUl PTOVenMnl In lhc tttulatloni was bought bj Itl ... J ., and sUon fn •ometlme.' Uw purcnasers as trustees foi she Jt ,„ 1BI is hopc-d th.it work will Itegm [ n -p,tr of the shortage of moBarbados Proareive Boeiet> and gcang • in the near future a la a considerable not oil wardi amount of private DUildin| lOUUJ "'' afa Of the OpUUOn that UM The building ^^ to inerected on In Trinidad Several larga Ofpuni..Irons are not the pn>ierty ught i < %  I'misii.Ki %  aaand the BUI of Complaint H< v S|Mli- To \ I >| M :ii For Clothing Good success at the University ami Inns ll< ""So to-day the lUrtvsd.^ of Courts." Advocate is in the front lines U On behalf of the members of lhc battle for West Indian sug. the Bar he said, he welcomed him. The %  M VLCOMS BACK The Hon The Chief Judge told Mr Williams that be him from the Bench on his return to his native land. "I have listened with interest and admiration to UM your serv uiring the last war." he said, "and also to the praise given by the Lsiarnad The article describes the Trinidad *. u.'i -ii.i | -.nig % %  '" ,hc WC b*m h.. .o a ,,a,ion„, ^^^A?^ newspaper. It was during the last war that it came into its own. when many young men were away from i UM flrft time and there was a keen demand for war news. The Times article pays a tribuU to Mr. Courtenay Hitchrns and colleete.: ol clot tun* and Items of necessity for tin%  a hurricane victims, is well ahe.tti the Chun h i of St. Michael told the *d..< id flu. i, |.. ,i parts. After the oral part ricbuildings are being i %  Blthaf party, nor does the money t^S^JSS I'V" .lia" Th SSi alo to i tthei of than on Joint \ vl *>'!!,] u ouelnv pSrk „m t. %  r Hugalna aeoount or othanri* m """• *wuewis far*, and the second half will then be a l MakJl hiruling; the Hon. A hurricane nhef comniitt.c construeteii and Us pan i that la was set up bi UM Churohwardan The Whole building programme ( -,,i,.plet..i earl? IMKI real WiH-k lila view the case should proceed ilh the a-MsI.im...f Mf H H is expacb I b to begin "i %  -ix Mora} witu menui t.. (ha Hill wlUkuna %  •' the YMt'A afte• 1955. %  %  i ti-int with a oartaln comcabta had bean The contract for the erection of company. Tinwill ! %  the highest pUance, been huildiiit; in Trinidad and is an \u oOUld the super-sti-ucture I been buildinn ui rnnldad and is an He could not sec that where awarded :,. Messrs Ash L Watson example of thi ,. w.m Solicitor Genera) oifyoui Industry, Mr td -' ^"""y. *bo gave their lM ltf Trinidad, the foundations t. erect mulU-storej buRdingi due die Rill of Conwl I hi I wai .ii.i.i.. atton in l abilrb readers "a first-class modern pronpvi been designed by M aa Ul to the increase In land values and that the whole of the series of duct." Circulation soared, an evei partners of the need for go ah su could ittaken to%  I tongratulale you on your benin( ( pa per and a Sunday magazine t,m„i Ing called to the Bar and I wish were started and better equipment you ..cess, although I fear you w „ s obtained. will llnd that the profession here I ealiire Content and the super-structure niodatloi efora, m >•> fai aa the the sure that being discourage you frorn success in thtchoice He then admitted hi tiee. aril) not naklng i The animal population of Jainilca did not aacape lha ravages the recent hurricane. The British Guiana's three daily papata, the Dally Chrsnlclr, Ually to pracArgaay and OuUna Graphic, says the article, normally have a efcTCU%  >*. ihinfcfvt th^ Ho lation of between 5,000 and 15,900 of Tim (-hVel Judee a.iUU* Solicitor *>. *The.r editorial police. Animal Hospital and Dispensary 5enc21 H. .1 f,.!J whSi ii are not ready at viance." it at 118 Spanish Towi waacalie.1 to the Bar Ul ttlgland, •aya, "and they compete for Msugston suite... he was amaned to m the welcome readership mostly on the basis of Half of the wall collapsed, the whuh was given to new members news and feature content." paroid on the roofs wage torn of the profess.,,,. In dv United ()( thr m lhe mMvT off in strips, and both sheds colKlngdom. When he got to Bar,,,. inpenCoronet G. B. GnflUii y u.i> adiournad lha immu> :. ni Mrs. Katharine Hail Weslbury Road, St. Michael $£"]'!. .til Monday ** paruea ware invoread. 'is had to !• made m Bills of Complaint With bllltj of consolidation. Si-ptember 24, at ,]thounh it might not DO 0000*.. i i %  r >' *" *" Into "that for the Mrs. Mall was one of lhc ocn rs i tw ,, which they would pro. cupants of the motor car X-687 .•.! t( i lPHr nm | n ,. m | Wl ih. Which overturned on DayrelU Hill The Ihll of Complaint should better It George, on September be amen led asking for u declar a Qtving po*t mortem evfateu the [tetrnen el Trust. lay, i)i A i. Bhiart saud Me HV is In I ucU lb Cat .y nll A n ..""._V?fiiiSS 'bat he noticed that lha right leg rington and Sealy and M> \ lam -MI-U !'„ ', r '!.','... "' ""' Heeeas.-.! was f.a.tu,.... b J |, .,,„.BCldrifflth animals did oot niflar anj hurt.(M|) ^ |]|v 0( „ IU(lM ,,,,.,„, „,. ()U( On the whole animal fnortalit; %  % %  %  rmal dieBewildered put. i ,;;.. 'v.V.i M''. on^2 — "-JJf *, The Honourable ing of September :i and ,K,I '" 1 '"' tt ^ somewhat i-owri— „ .. i a.^ -_ % %  %  xu Iha/amalcai scc\ %  ;!'. llm 1 b > Kniiifluol C. Isordoii sjiinps iiiio nuriMui All Sunday night they had to done to the animal population. Hall fj it Th Bill ..f Complaint was comer ned, Urtgn^a, Convey sympathy Mad With lhe pi 0 of Hridgetowii." •I the matter as related The Committee ham managed Th i., B ,.| sonl e l.idiev to make .nlleeliong m their paatnulai ,hThese are Coll. vhieh by thf measure of welcome ended to him Whatever might be the difficulties due to ovei-rowding, he would end' to uphold the traditions • Barbados Bar. of Grenada and the Vetee of St. Lucia. All struggle ou r it says, but recent the better days ahead. Istence, ilgns point to —n.r.r be up watching for any other di-and hope that the or's Fund. vul gradually, howevas*, *lv hance to lower off the r sail and the y.U The Km C. Gordon was stemming weather only on the foresail. Bunks Soukeil badly Prt'puralions For lliirric;in.i Mtfde riie Rurricana Relief Organic g) From Page 1 "H" r^t!!\feoSSkto said" tarbanea and mosUy because they *BJS2*&J!Ey^t£* had nowhere to sleep tn turns 2 Bn l ,US" hi uid £ mttr that found its waj The weather hod crept on Ml .g u ,ikin trimmed for St ..;.,. Lucia and limped into port th nuel M""dawith the foresail ,),. ban. The Kmanuel C. Gordoi relltted at St Lueia and on Friday for Barbados. She Metre water braka alioanl the brought here 500 drums of colas vessel. All the bunks, the crew's from Trinidad and JU-C eases. clothing and the cargo were Captain McQuilkin said that md ~tf m eHrk & „ 1( Hurricane drenched and deck -i-' %  when he got Into St. Lucia, he Relief Commit! f -i washed away. The kitchen, wmen round almost every lioat in lhe lo | () lno Advocate yesterday .i sepaiab n i:-'. c standharbour danugext lbraM thai ing on the deck, was overturned the Rubv C, which was sailing In the Da while the Kmanuel C Gordon f rorn Dominica for St I.inra p "• The Ruby C's mainboom was the duties they must perform, that evening and it was not until broken and her sails turn. The 7 p.m that the crea got their vessel's crew had to use an oar as ny person desirous of ralunflrst meal for the day They took an improvised mainboom SO as tea. get her to St. Lucia. SOLO BAHAMAS TOO DEAR Mr. G ii -. Police Ms Watcrhaii. st Michael, t s to be .,, fOUl monthly inst.il or two months' Unpiisoninent ilh hard labour for selling si with regani. the point marrtioned al>it the joiner action. M A buna %  .M thai In any would submit that I • continue Ha rrould -it.mit th.,l il wa. not ., rase that .i.i i-' GM na ted b) amannsnaul Judgmeit should be glvan lot the Acting oaforaJanl aaaka and others, and 1 it should lie upon them for the %  i ol St Michael under UM '" "* ''•' %  ^ to Warren Ued Chairmanship of the I Mill. en Mr. McD Byrnmonds has made Tna bananas It* annual preparationto ii Bob I %  •' offence was commit. hutrleene, tad on Septemi^r 9. leik of the St. Michael Vestry Baft of tiie pleadings had to b* I v. Itten ;in.| it was fur that %  %  on I' king The Trust daadi bad been < %  *lOUtad by all of them. Mrs K B. Williams. POnUbelMi 1is A ileCotircey lloyce. Str.itb%  lyde I-nh C i|l> more Collymon Rock. Mr. Ullyett. Black Hwk; 1 u< v Harold Lane si H irtii & Philip. The nantes of othat naopM who! will give service In ihla reaiiwi Un a ougnoul the island win appeal lo-monow Volunteers Gtoni>* of volunteers are being[ lul Od hi %  thi oiling and packing ..r the items received I id be appreciated, ii nts who were sendlni; paaUng oaaai would send along lha i "vri i and straps. Messrs. II. M Jones L Co., Ltd Dgenl I.I the Colombia ba.ee tlen to the i %  (. %  %  • % %  I ill i. iii pa aald Mi WUllana king for narnussaan to sand m ll poi kagaa fxorn hen I .. free ol i barge It is dosirous that donors shoo 11 and in then eontiibuti -.i i UM %  .ik.inn.ei-. aa it I lent fiom the appeal from Jamaica that lhe %  in nigent ma lt was also desired, they pointed out th.it thOM who five elolhifm would gjva what w.i. suitable Stouter Renders First Aid Si*toen-ycar-old Cuthbeit |CorHill. St. Mi heel yeaterday ball frOm a bivailfruit tie,, m Baaii,, .u.-i %  ii'n-.i x. i .: Mr. George Bpanooi (Scoutmaster) who wa, nearby immediately rendered First Aid, to tearing his services, he said, sent fOr the Ambulance and took can report to the Chairman of his him V, the Hospital. He was area or get in touch rrith him treated and discharged 1 W/.V,V,V/,V/,V/.V,V/i WWW.WrtV/'V. Hall's WINE Just .XrricvHl TRESH SHIPMENT 1*1 itl\A < H OWS ALSO rnitK iiiiiiiis OF II. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.—DUtributon.l %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  A at*SJJ COCKADK UM SM0ROENS FRANKrUBTB H9 pa r im -\NT' KICi; S \* >KFKE— i-lb tin ~ INSTANT COFFEE—per tin W 11 I'll : LUl Hill DAI. ICING SUGAR—per pkt KEIXGfJGS HICK KRISPIES* per pkt MONGOL! SOUP—pc run LUSHUS .IKI-II* -s—per pkt. .. I -12 oz tin SARDIM ROYAL PL'DIJi:. Chocolate. Caramel per pkt AUSTRAMANSTB '.WMERBY JAM-per tin PEHLS'Ii: 18c—per Cart. 19 59 I 88 18 .94 4 00 STAXSFELB. SVOTT & CO. I.TO. 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LONDON, Sept. 10 QUIGHTH ARMY HEAD-| Acheson, and British Foreign Secretary, Her
BRITAIN in a sweeping economic crackdown cut} Chica Nations sateen veparis| bert Morrison, tackled the criticat Iranian oil dis
avons 7% ( , if av as 5 ; i inis-
off Tran’ s supply of dollars from sterling bloc] said the enemy has three armo c pute M onday as the 1951 Big Three Foreign Minis
ed divisions poised for attack with tay Co arene Ae r
sources Monday and forbade her from buying scarce. total of tive “offensive” armic ters Conference opened officially here Be
1eson eeting separatel
goods from this country. now massed on the western front an Maontibeh SAMMY meek ae
3, Inited Nations warplanes ri 7 ie .
The step came as Premier Mohammed Mossa-}pec up enemy troops and supply Ou P lucts Freda. Soe Dar
x degh prepared to send Rritain an ultimatum Tues- concentrations eft over the front i FOauUucts Full dréss three power meet-
: s a ‘ = ‘i Tee IAs i and were Dac in the al rex ~sday 7"
: day demanding that Britain negotiate the oil crisis|air on Monday shooting for road- Of \ enezuela Thre a ann Mpg mo ‘} a
uy ’ : logging Rex imns jeekend ay “om Epor ma
on Iran’s terms or get its versonnel out of Iran. Sete in Rad eatin, wided Ths , ing a path for a peace settlemen
vehicles to allies, de stroyed or ° T : + Germany and this will have
\ bo “British seanity ais iu demaged scores brin t il Lew High p priority during the five-das
5 vv e Ss: reasury anc he i atin vey aemta ‘ nference. But the situation in
Board of Trade and was the first CUBAN PRESS ae coe mth ; I ARRY FRAN he Middle East commanded most
aan eae bite at 1 roop F: red by RR : . I yas Y ed
4 action of its kind since oil nego- WANTS BAGASSE an important hill south-east of . co ; ition in British-United States
| ae with Iran collapsed last NEWSPRINT Pyonggang at the peak of the old ii] versations.
The announcement stressed the HAVANA. eo Se nee sidan : vill Other beatin
actions “are not sanctions or re- FE Rvs <4 resolution to the eee a etl e 7 \ A rae eee eee =.
tenle ar, a = | ar ongress : ae . nate . ‘ . s , . ilar}lem these are some ¢ e ;
— hog ee measures of des | efforts to Gant mx sa cties hill position a Re LINDA DARNELL, Americano film star, recently arrived in the United Kinrdom from Jam or ies facing Foreign Ministers:—
ence” for Britain’s economy : industry in Cuba, using northward.—U.P. with (wo members of the R.K.O. Film Organisation. They are chatting with Lady Hug: ‘ eun Firstly, Italy’s demands for
It ended Iran’s special facility bagasse, has been presented c a oe econd from left), wife of a former Governor of Jamaica. Miss Dernel! has piomised , ; aca ee ern reer : '
of being able to convert sterling! by 15 of the biggest news- i ator » part in shows in the U.K, to asst in the raising of funds for the Jamaica Relief Fund | SOOTY) SAS Susesee =
into dollars. She also will not be! pupers and periodicals in I ruman De te r nvine d ; : nS | ting Greege and Turkey to the
able to receive sterling in payment | the island. T K. : h | \ intic Pact Organization and
for oil sold to other nations. | On the basis of demon- oO eep Acheson As | | From: A Ad! Vuarters : I aé Re » e con mes possible creation of a Mid-
Essential British goods senneds strations and proofs chat ‘ » oe i ri ain’s earmanhié i in} nine oe nee we ria’
to Iran are believed to inclu | have been presented, they Secretary Of State | ; ‘ i I virdly, Spain and Yugoslavia
steel products and machine |] said, they are convinced that ’ 7 . ( i ‘ | tar-| 01 ae Euro} defence-—ticklis
items needed in Britain and which | the manufacture of news- WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 | en e i e pP ro ra mme Held U) ) By Fl Fo iy, the Angio-Ttenien !
could be sold for dollars. || print and cellulose from Truman appeared more acter | : | I petroleum | cer the Anglo-Iranian o1
| b gasse is feasible in Cuba jmined than ever to-day to kee} Sentences | i \ ful} “Seas
2 Thee : ~ ‘e Pe ony . ‘ : Fifthly, the future of Trieste
rotection They urged that funds |/Acheson as Secretary of Sta | ” ; ’ iu
; re s . - 7 * cntre of the dispute between Ital
should be set aside for the The President restated his] ¢ W a ~ Ls WO ‘elaine
Meanwhile the 8,000-ton British establishment of a news- position on Acheson yesterday | Ten persons have been tried for} an O er or at ; Stxthiy, Rayti n blockad f
cruiser Mauritius and four destroy- print industry as soon as he flew back to Washington from, /fe in tl Bucharest Military 5 ae X \ .. sis oe ee ies
ers were en route to the Persian possible.—B.U.P. the week’s journey whic took ; Court, on a charge of high treason (By R. H. SHAC KFORD) é r G ‘ m United | , a bound shipping in the Sus
gulf to relieve five other ship: | him to the Japanese Peace Treaty plottins * a ecurity Ww os LONDON, Sept. 10 ptic ; Seventhly, French struggle
standing by off Abadan to protect yconference and the visit at } heaeineee fon Se ae | GREAT BRITAIN’S three-year £ 470,000,000 Re \ ¢| ‘ainst. Communist forces in
British lives if necessary | P; home in Missourl. = for all the accysed ment Progr: shas boaged do 1 Kat \ Unit ’ :
era. Bere n rosie } h Catholic officials | a 1en rogramme has bogged down almost be ‘ : : ne tes] TrcosChinn
aon Tranien: Caget sat. mot apagos ’ Part | Aahees apoording to. Cesk rest ons implicat-| because of a critical shortage of manpower, offic ot Eighthly allocation of raw
than two hours Monday ni sht to } jdent did a “splendid job” at Sa Ave econ | T ae 3 , | materials in the rearmament pro-
discuss Iran’s ultimatum to the Francisco, proving that “he’s!, T1GtO~ Err as ese reports plus a shortage of raw materi: d Ee. F
Gee | ~ + I ls. —U.P. 1 ; \ unme
British which is being submitted S avourite lamarter than any of the guys whe ls 4, Riksta nter threatened with too little coal and electri re Babed geo: ene ne-| Ninthiy inpadiiy. nbadielities
d tussiar : . Dist | é € alks.
by Averell Harriman Tuesday | have been attacking hin | soldie: whe viet vinits ent a grave threat to Britain’s contribution to the Atla e ' ) ex- | jut Germany, pivotal point in
es IN ATHENS | The President planned to t earl ay hed the | lreaty Defence Programme Verec of} Pe ‘West’ struggle with the Soviet
cs a. ae Fatemi also | , with ee to-day or t | Fr rench sector of West Berlin The most serious manpower] communieation to YT vain 1ion will get top priority be-
Ves f ails of an agreement " . {row Truman _ congratulated] wher he asked lum and g shortage is on railways \ have] State muld certain! r¢ f se Allie rei : S °
to sell oil to Afghanistan, War Hero” Moma “ae na | Acheson by telephone on ur} it . " a Ad te J * 18.000 Sarat ion ana Fi spi Pe i smart : tie, Tl i tutu re| ‘ oe Fring wena cage Mien tae
Fatemi said Britain’s was an | panagos’ 1. anaerere mander! aay on the outcome of the Sai s the Afth’ Huweiar si vocate Jamaica dae , ‘He aitiintios | ; ae te
Hotavatie nat ‘apagos’ new Royalist Greek! & , is t fifth Russian to flee one to fill the job Phe situatio i l r tickly if the continent is to have
uni ater 1 repudiating of the treaty Rally emerged today as the Francisco meeting? ve eareie this month Russian Relief Fund has been known for some time, bu ence | t e of this e« antl hance against Soviet attack.
by Britain “just when it suits her strongest individual party in the Truman has long regarde p ‘ol noticed him currying now the House of Commor ip-| | put tl ding produ ot wall. 0.
In the meantime 15 Opposition Ae nee Elections, but may| 4cheson as one of the best Secre-| along the aoe are at dawn Just $110 found its way propriation Committee has brou urd p rue ign
ee ra aeee 7 ner ail to win the absolute majority taries of State in the nation’s his ind one patrol entered the west into the fund yesterday it out into the open _ , .
oan eee oan ae needed’ to give thig country tory, and recent attack or | sector, but he left before the alert- Pupils of the Modern High In May this Committee reported aontstnieeoeneetesannenagcasin U.K. Protests To
adegh's oil polioy ae intents ond pire Government. The trailing Acheson, particularly those by|ed West Police arrived on the is = andes Jor aE a shortage of unskilled Jabou
b want = 3reek Rall which despite rift! Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. have | *eene ay and no doubt pupils of would be felt after the first yea: cs ’ ; “hit
o intimidation. tactics,” “the” 69-year-old Die an Actually” stremethonert ttre Presi} »- COTTON, CROPie Sh > agitator other. seheols will be} of rearmament, but ar King, George Communist China
The communique said promises | and Paul Papagos said it would|dent’s convictions. ture “Department at Washington stepping into line just as ports considerable difficilty al es a .
by the Mossadegh Government to] support the King, was the centre UP. to-day forecast this year’s cotton soon as they can, ready in getting both skilled and \ isits X-Ray Ex vert — LONDON, Sept. 10
secure £300,000 daily once vil \of the National Progressive TC e: = 17 1,000 bales, the third A inskilled wor ker $. . r I The British Government has ex-
was nationalised had not onty | Union. e . e {lars crop in history. This es- oe the fund creeps The shortage ig notable in air LONDON, Sept. 10 ressed “grave concern” to Chin-
tle a doaake . 5 a tke rH "i | { next hi only slow yg . : , ommunists 04 } arbi
failed to materialize but Govern- The Greek Rally showed a Emanuel C. Gordon 1, £ rn f ‘ $10 000 - *y ie ard ’ the ereft and machine tool industric Palac brushed | : ; si ; a ke { Aas
ment actually was paying out |stror~ lead in partiel countrywide han the foreeast of a month ago a : th goal se ‘ rod Mi nd also on railway the com le Pre veculation” the] y = and —_ treatment
money from the Treasury for|popular vote returns but the . M wa ompared with last year’s yall and ere are ye { hose who mittee said. “your committee were ' ¥ eadlines touche | Americans and other foreigners
Iranian employees in oil areas. final votes from Athens manos Limps Into Harbour p of 10,012,000 bales and a ten have not yet contributed, al- much concerned at this, havin il ‘bout the | a bas called on them to change
It said furthermore the oil in- | Papagos may not gain ye average of 12,030,000 le though they mean to do so. regard to the need for the efficient inopeaacatite | heir policies it was announced
dustry is at a complete standstill | majority needed to end the how After Stormy Voyage { rae MAIPR: Let ! WILL YOU Dol movement of iw material and n > iv expert onl “ day night :
sere that the general situation in ae Soveueee which ruled Aft ' , | election ere Id See - ee TODAY ? finished equipment for the de- fe | arte arse D re Lionel
ran is worsening.—U.P. weece since liber: After a stormy voyage fror } , i ate 2 remie ' 3 fence wre ; . art sa I } eking conveyed repre-
r Ss worsening.—U.P. reece since liberation Trinidad te acta die: the 63-ton| Solh, g ih El Bizt Make it a point to send in “She oes ee f Material ; is « rier entations to the Chinese on a
ee —- ~ Observers » believed a new coali-| schooner Emanuel C. Gordon un-|of Sidon, 17,722 t 5,126 your donation without any On a ov yp “¢ ira : i ae a “private visit.” but mier: 1
’ } tion Government would be|/der Captain Carlton McQuilkinipoiled by Gazem E R | further delay. Either of ‘the tir te ee at ea =~ yaaa ea report th it the Kin wal "he Foreign Office said Lamb
TO-RAY’S WEATHER | formed by national progressives] finally reached Barbados on Sun-| in city Banks will receive it ively small number’ of skilled)’. + tress low grade pnev.| retested on behalf of the United
f General Nicholas Plastirags and] day | wot LD WE AKEN U.S. -—Lic and so will the cashier of ne ae ee Workere, (Conalae Tt Gust. a states, Canada, Australia and Cey
CHART Pr emier Sophocles Venizelos’ The manuel C. Gordon . left! tenans 7 C. Wed the office of this newspaper ble diffic atts ‘ be In exp a ienced| : Rie ' ee I el whose taaeds in Chine. Bri-
ore nr ; Aus € y, for | me > 1 t arm 7 ‘ ice very ttle bou i ve a GFaS POKCE in ite ‘ a I
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. Liberal Party f 1,740 candidate 2 oe oe eae ee eae a - K i Saas ee ies Rus Do not miss this chance. been med Vailable i result H that he céuld dj eee P.
Sunset: 6.04 p.m. 3, ne andidates | Barbados : orn Salis’ angi in “ores would. aed Luseht prev. ack 9,096.0 | of shoitage of materials, partic-| not this summer's state
». jentered to replace 1,250 seat} stripped riggings, she forced| prestige in the Far East and wea ge ¢ naterials, partic-)
Moen: First Quarter | Parliz on tee ' ae? id . ‘ I Advocate Ce ularly metal ea doctors, | “ADV TE”
: arlie ent ssolve < to take shelter at Grenada and] en the U.s./ Ldvocate Co, Lid | ‘
Lighting: 6.00 ga Pa cid Pal, Aine ar henill days “later at St "Tat is be- ‘NO AGGRESSOR - Mars! me 100 zat nual er eae Kk we a f ‘we
High toa 1.17 a.m., tion Greece had more than 20} fore making her third attempt for | Tito d to-day in a broadcz 2.00 indu tric were holding on to la v t ! } pays for
Low Tide: 6.54 a.m., Governments — none stable. Int Barbados. that Yugoslavia is building up her Joyce nu 1.00 bour even in states of unde ; 3 : | Dial 3113
7.01 p.m. the past 17 months six Cabinetsy “It was the worst weather Ij, for the sole purpose of th Be RS ceri ee employment,” but classified man lear ile, the King hag re~|
held office. U.P. have ever met at sea,” said C oo defence of her coastline and rot Bruc m3 yh aie a 00 power hortages in the machine > Seotland AG, hae) Day or Night
ee ee tain i an ae thes been Ry |for_any ag are aaive purpos« A BP ci taias 10.00 tool seine y as “acute” and those ined ! oo 1 good)
ing to sea nov or ) yeal f DIED.—Sit liam Morridam 4, nae 8.00 in ti aircraft indus? and — ee
one time during the voyage, he & N. Edghill 0 royal ordinance factories eri
; F; U, d ik: l Ti Mi said, he thought that everybody | for ay ft the Priv Avrgeerant ae us Cet eigen ete tea "
; aid, u at yboay! of : nd ¢ the ‘ Evelyr 25.00 o
rance if} i e Ly O / ass and the ship would have been lost F nay a S it Koyal Bank a Canada The problem |} ‘ Brit
But, the crew worked hard to-|¢* ° A L. A, Lyne 10.00 in ever since the Britain i
> gether to save the ship and their} °UDC#*~ : 4 Moder : for all practical i
Produce 50 Ton Tariks | site 3 sice eae ee OSE iia, se senioe pare or ee Rae
j ‘ é lank @lin a we iso Pre ent , ate « full employment d ha
good crew. é ; 4 : Total $9,006.39 beer or ( » ve
‘ . of the 1ica Scottish Society , an yme \
(By WILLIAM RICHARDSON) Squalls, Fog {and President of the | UP.
The bad weather sprung up] Jamaica Cricket Board of Control |
PARIS, Sept. 10. oe me eee : _— was}, FALLING MISSILES.—It ha - é ei | mene
ii , under the lee of St. Lucia, th ee le ed Russiar type ;
’T HAS BEEN f.EARNED that France probably will] pyiday night f been leart ian tyt ritk . | j
iday night following her depar- : tile have been 1 es 7 nnounces
| agree to abandon plans to mass-produce the 50-ton tank]ture from Trinidad. “There were | KA ailied Yinee Oi ‘ho Js ote ‘
| her engineers designed as the best all-around answer to}® blackout, heavy squalls i entral front fe everal C25 000 More Cricket Team
Russian armour. The prototypes of the new heavy tank Bc tcast ies cents Mathai ind | ¢ o . >
5 . —) . th : aptain Me cin sa hes
were the pride of the French armoured forces and of tec h- The Schooner was tossed T , 8 Pros GE RAGE r IWN BG
nicians and engineers who regarded it as a symbol of about while water broke Ship R uns round. oO amaica Sept. 10
e resurgence of French industrial ingenuity and military] over her deck and_ rushed British Guiana, search f
i . g Ss. " > ri | 7 r } Our Own Correspondent ket talent. included ir
production. into the cabins. The gaff INDO Ss } Nr rrespor rick n id j
Fs The “sacrifice”, it is learned, is} SMapped as the wind blew | ‘1 passe r shi Scillonis A furt LONDO V; Sept. 10 to oppose Barbados in the in
being made in the interest of two| Stronger and Captain MeQuil- ith about 80 pers« ard Went! added ae Pe ” 280.000 2 ee olontal ak ae ine Pe re hes
+ ’ factors kin let her run back to nd tod e graveyard | tamaican ‘Hurric an eat eee ie tember 19, Third Division slo
Gold Price Fi IX€ d Firstly, arm standardizatior Grenada, rea cHing.~ St. ip off. the southwest Eng- ie oo ee ry : 4 _ eee aoe ae ao ude: ae ‘ Mi ° t -
mn seeking s spare the ReNTHER SAR ieee on the Sunday. li et J brought os a gift from the people of Great | bat mat ‘tHavnte D ie ain agi!
t vet of the Atla *act arms to a few emporary repairs were done tc ore ely , Britain direct t Gove | i % r J
At $35 An Ounc e basic and intere) angeable weapons|the Emanuel C. Gordon so that rhe Honi vhich shuttle The Fund Ente decent Casnraie: ' ae ‘ <3 Ch et
> os . for the facility of training repair] she could set sail a 1 Ba between Penzance on the main» : nist aa te Ch ecdicitetes Sie tO ETC ni of er f,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 “ 5 ea nbinnat, sli ee I bados on Wednesday. The vessel’s! land and St. Mary’s, the large ee. : wens h incl aH Lady Huggins, | County, described the “find” « é Same ni
anc achin oling Chairmar oel ¢ 1
Delegates from 50 nations met Sccondly, C mgressional cuts in| Crew were enjoying fine weather| of the Scillio islands, grounded if Rothe poet ; oward, Lady |the trial A sic bowler. }
to-day for the World Bank and United States 1id to France which| Until there wa “a chan in the ivy fog | Seaner pote Cou 7 Bente t on eae er Dorn ee me SL a d
‘ stary > ie W ota é 1 : i ' : é Auise Bennet met} was the most cor tent batst
cars gyre Vel mtee ¢ or authoritative ‘jovernment quarters} Weather e ‘on sere P. |today to plan a programme of thee j il but B.G. goes ir an ar
me Ss ne cova Claim will erzmp industrial expan- age § shows and concerts in London in | ex Sait ni) Sika tee
uth Atel Age = YAS ae ane, sion even in the munitions field HURRICANE MOVES | aid of the fund oper tt “attack ma : in of 2. alityas
spoutn ¢ rica anc anada, fo oO I 1 t i ick ! 7
, " “e . iu
the jwocie s ee gold producers Heavy Outlay ke BAY ’ N.E. OF wemare DA | The: biggest event will be a bi The «a Re ; G
are leading the drive to jack up the —s pig compiete validity of this last ue MIAMI, Sept. 10 concert in the Royal Festival Hall | (Capt La e Thor Geor
gold price which is aN , , clniies as etinetionied “in some Fr o GRENADA t a Weather Bureau repo | early in Nove mber but the re will ; ! Patoir I Si ip dite
$35.00 an ounce since 1934. economic tircles as being only ‘ tr GEORGE'S, Sept. 10 Pere es ee five ny also be a dozen of other sh« nd t Ww I J
. a ides partially true Zut it is correct to H.M.S. Bigbury Bay arriv’ ee oF bermud it midnight carbaret It 4 ‘so Dyer. § seaffortt
The United States Treasury y that the pr ictio t tank Mi ‘ nm movir ward at 25 m.y hoped to put on shows in the pro- | Erie Ct (
Secretary Join W. Snyder, who SouLas hen Pat ‘doll out here a Thur aay: from Trinid 75 mile er hour or|vinces to raise more money for| Harry Christ ic ¢ eS Th eS
heads the American delegation lay. ae Wnt ine ert od es stad yn a four-day visit UP | Jamaica ahetve
doubted if eny action would be vitals at tae time when ‘
taken at the conference 3ut he th ae € we y ‘ iV ailebie ms ao ran - or @ as
added quickly that the nee NES currency for ourchases of coal and y q/ 5 P ofa VW [
SE ene ced eevinnag cxn reten Sot itiuegee ot oO ugoslav Postion May Become Less
happen.” One expected de tain other profuctica « L CQArs
| ment ie the resigné arte “ te : The abandonment of plans for 3y D. G. BRIGGS
slovakia, the only Iron Cur 1 preducing a 50-ton tank however tit ie ia a ‘ni
nation still holding membership goes not preclude the manufacture WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. “ pla , F ry, Bulge and Romania |
in the World Benk Organizatior of other armou: Diplomatic and military offici i They id ‘ This | I iltere ie | ‘
| , said today that the fall from po al “Titoist 1ece in ( ‘ f ower i ‘ ‘ e
Although the agenda will Informed quarters predicted the] & of some pro-Russian Commun Vv l enhance ; favour of the *
adopted for a five-day conferen French probably might manufac-| ‘8 39 Czechoslovakia may indi iV ym in tt , Y \ di ee
any topic can be brought up for ture with American machine tools] <2'¢ peenerting. oF tne eaeeme tO a evoked ‘thes : a - - 7
discussion by any of the 150 dele- and assembly line technique either ae pag aes oo eta g ee — a : ‘ :
gates. South Africa and Car Aone or two United State army} ing C ft event aoe Poe Pp al force. To oe ‘* oe
will hardly miss first opportunity tanks in production in the Ur ited e , A en 0 nie 1 any les l pT ne in cor ‘ e oe
to press for a higher gold price. Stat $4 : ff ‘ P
South African producers who Making t 1) toe :
openly sold half their t Europe, n early to deciphes : ‘ : GARDINER AL STING C7"
“black } , pointed « vO i er the ( F ¢ z
bet r sie Peal seared ms ne E fror Agents -
‘ tin er é i I re
| é ev f ¢ f H roub ‘ nt ee
PAGE TWO



Carub Calling

MISS WORLD

ARBADCS Radio (Ship Coast
Station) which is operated

vy Messr Cable and Wireles
(W4.) Ltd., is at present in com-

munication with the S.S. Akaroa,
the ship which is taking part of the

W.I. team to Australia. On Sun-
day night Akaroa gave her posi-
tion as 10.18 South: 102.24 West,

approximately 3,300 miles from



Bat bedep (as the crow flies). Her
destindtfon is New Zealand and
from there members of the team
will change ship for Australia

Akaroa is due in New Zealand on
September 25th. From her Sunday
position she has approximately
5,300 miles more to go.

Returns Tomorrow

IR GEORGE SEBEL, K.C.M.G.,
Comptroller for Development

and Welfare in the West Indies
and British Co-Chairman of the
Caribbean Commission left Sea-
well for Trinidad on Sunday
evening by B.W.I.A. to attend a
meeting of the Board of Trustees
of the Caribbean Commission's
Provident Fund, Sir George, who
is Chairman of the Board, expects
to return to Barbados to-morrow.

For Labour Officers’
Conférence

R. F.C. CATCHPOLE, O.B.E.,
Labour Adviser to the Comp-
troller for Development and Wel-
fare, left Barbados by B.W.I.A
yesterday morning.

He will be visiting Grenada,
Trinidad and Jamaica, for consul-
tation with the Heads of the La-
bour Departments. From Jamaica
he will fly to London to attend a
conference of the Labour Officers
of the British colonial territories,
which is being held at the Colonial
Office from September 24th to
October 6th.

Mr. Catchpole will return to
Barbados on 14th October

Grenada Wedding

R. ROBERT OSWALD WIL-
LIAMS, son of Mr. R. O.
Williams formerly of Barbados
and prominent businessman in
Grenada, was married on Satur-
day afternoon at St. George’s
Anglican Church, Grenada to Miss
Norma_Vera Pilgrim. only daugh-
ter of Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Pilgrim
of Grenada.

A large number of guests at-
tended the ceremony which was
performed by Archdeacon H. G.
Pigott.

Given away by her father, the
bride wore a dress of embossed
satin with close-fitting bodice and
full skirt with train. She was at-
tended by Miss Greta Williams, a
sister of the groom who wore blue
lace over taffeta with gold acces-
sories. Mr. David Otway acted as
bestman

Afterwards there was _a recep-
tion at the home of Mr. R. S. Jor-

THE
became “Miss World” against i
Seantiest of “Bikini swimsuits,

Davies and third Doreen Dawne.

Back to Trinidad

R, MICHAEL LAING, Assist-

ant to the General Manager

of Trinidad’s Rediffusion Service

returned to Trinidad over the

week-end after a short holiday in
Barbados.

Leaving by the same plane was
Mr, Keith Roberts who had been
holidaying in Barbados since
August 25th. He was staying with
relatives in Hindsbury Road. Keith
is with Caroni Ltd., in Trinidad.

Cut Short Holiday

ON. J. C. WOODING, Attor-
ney General of the Leeward
Islands who had been holidaying

dan, Headmaster of the Grenada in Barbados has cut short his va-
Boys’ Secondary School, cation due to ill-health. He left
Mr. and Mrs. Williams left for Antigua over the week-end by

B.W.LA

He was to have been introduced
to the local Bar on Friday August
31st, but he was unable to do so as
he has taken seriously ill.

Grenada for Trinidad on Sunday
and will later go on to British
Guiana where Mr. Williams is at-
tached to the Royal Bank of
Canada

THE ADVENTURES

Or



BY THE WAY. e © © By Beachcomber

DESCRIBED some time ago discreet manseryant entered,

the arrival of a_ singing Anybody but Tussleworth could
mouse at Northolt, and an have seen the words “Theatrical
interview with it in its suite Costumers” written all over
behind the wainscot in a West him Reader it was Sztetzon-
End hotel. I was accused of batty! And as he placed the
exaggeration. consomme on _ the _ table, he
winked at the hostess. The little
Today I read of an American detters of the alphabet, floating
“eat film-star called Rhubarb” jn her soup, formed the words
which is mpking a “personal “Get the talk on to sausages.”
appearance tour.” Its contract

“stipulates regular airline flights
and first-class hotel#.” It seems
to me that a dramatic news story
could be arranged by introducing
these two, and getting one star
to eat the other.

The Hidden Rhinoceros
(Vil)

SICKENING

A legal problem

"T°WO men were fined the other

day, each for being, in the
official language, “One of two
persons carried on a bicycle.” In
the case of Siamese twins on a
bieycle with two saddles side by

AGDA VON
P knew men pretty thor-
oughly. She realised that this
great booby Tussieworth, with his
honesty and simplicity, might
defeat far cleverer men by mis-
take. The cricketer had no
notion that he was involved in a
plot s0 complicated that not
even I, who am writing the
story, would presume to attempt
to unravel it. So Magda decided
to play the part of a frightfully
decent girl, of the type that any
cricketer would like for his sister;

a sport, a Jolly good sort. “Tell
me. she said, “about your Ru

. ” 3 a iy pert is puzzled by the quiet
hashes. “Not very tasty, : ait
replied Tussleworth, batting an at of ~ othe: 5
imaginary ball. “I meant your people, wenser why |

slipped away like that,"’ he chinks
“and where have they gone
Turning round, he catches «¢)):
the last of them before the |
hide them. ** Good gracious

Test Match hashes,” said Magda
patiently. Tussleworth needed no
second invitation. While he was
explaining the system of the
ashes, she rang for supper. A



PRETTIEST GIRL in Sweden,

The runners-up were both London girls, second Laura Ellison-

BARBADOS

‘

Cooking In
The Ballroom

In the ballroom of a smart Lon-
aon hotel on a hot summer’s day

twelve British housewives set to
work to cook a dinner In case
this should seem an odd thing
to do it must be stated that the

occasion was a very special one
For months past cookery compe-
titions organised by the Woman's
Gas Federation have been held
throughout Britain and this was
{the final round, with a first 4 a4
\of £250 worth of gas applianées
‘and kitchen equipment. Twelve
;special kitchens were installed in
|the ballroom and here the twelve
prize-winning cooks set to work
watched by a critical crowd of
housewives. Twelve different
|menus were to be prepared and
| before starting
jlots for their provisions. It was
jrather hard that it fell to the only
|housewife from Scotland to cook
|the very English dish of roast
jbeef and Yorkshire Pudding
which she never made at home.
| The competitors came from al!
jover Britain and the youngest o/
|them, fifteem-year-old Thelma
| Phillips of Pembroke, took part
in the Welsh finals in the inter-
‘vals of sitting for her school cer-
jtificate. On the morning of the
| great day the competitors pre-
}pared their food, while Mary Hili
jof the BBC’s “Woman's Hour’
|recorded interviews with them.
\In the afternoon they cooked
their meals while Freddie Grise-
wood, well known BBC broadcas-
ter, gave a commentary on what
was going on. from 2 to 5 p.m,
the four judges went around the
kitchens and assessed the com-
| petitors’ methods; then, when
|





the twelve different meals were
jbrought brown and sizzling from
jthe oven, they tasted them for
| palatability and awarded further
marks for the way in which they
|were served. The judges ranged
from the Ministry of Education's

|Staff Inspector of Homecraft to}

Miss Kerstin Hakansson, Philip Harben, the BBC's tele-

; : vision cook. In the late afternoon
nternational competition in the | Her Royal Highness Princess

and won the £1,000 first prize.

| Blizabeth arrived and, after look-
jnig at the dinners and talking to
the flushed but happy cooks, she
| presented the prizes. Mrs, Upton,
es . a fifty-two-year-old Borough
Trinidad Holiday Councillor from Loughborough in
ISS NORMA CLARKE

among the passengers leav- |though the dinner she had to cook



ing for Trinidad over the week-|contained a guinea fowl, a bird
end by B.W.I,A. She is on three | she had never seen before. Mrs.
weeks’ holiday which she will | Bloxham, of Hampshire, won the
spend with a school friend. second prize and the third went
Miss-Clarke who is the daugh-|to Miss Noble of County Durham.
ter of Mr _and Mrs. T, A, .D.|Mrs. Catto from Aberdeenshire
Clarke of 7th Avenue Belleville won fourth prize, so that her
is a member of the staff of the \fears for entices is Pudding
Advocate’s Advertising Depart- | were proved groundless The
ment, = twelve different dinners—after-
Week-end Visit wards distributed to impoverish-

RS, FRANK LOBO who flew | ed old ladies who lived alone—
in from Trinidad on Satur-|were all triumphs of simple but
day morning by B.W.I1.A re- | extremely good British cooking.
turned the following day accom-
panied by her two daughters who |
had been holidaying here.

Incidental Intelligence



~

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME





NYBODY who thinks rain-
making requires scientific} ,,TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1951
knowledge never planned ¢ are 115 am, Programme Parade, 11.25
planned a picnic | am. Interlude, 11.30 a.m. Asian Survey
—Franklin P, Jones. |11.45 am. Report from Britain, 12.00
—L.E.S. |noon The News, 12.10 p.m. hews
| Analysis.

ited a [4,006.45 pm. = 19.76 m.

The News, 410 pm. In-




400 pm
terlude, 4.15 p.m. BBC Revue Orchestya,



5 00 pm. Orchestral Music, 5.15 ph
New Records, 6.00 p.m. Musie Magazine,
615 p.m. Welsh Magazine, 6.45 p.m.
Programme Parade, 6.55 p.m Today's
Sport

7.00—10.45 p.m. — 25.53 m., 31.32 mm

are IO
700 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 p.m Rendezvous, 7.45
;pm. Kew Gardens, 800 p m Radio
| Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. Meet the Com-
|monwealth, 845 pm Interlude, 8.55
| p.m. From the Editorials, 9,00 p.m, From
|The Promenade Concerts, 9 45 pm
| Report 000 pm The
| News, Interlude, 10.15 p.m
| Twelfth 10.45 p.m. Festival In
| Britain,

emery
NEHRU ATTACKED
INDIA'S Premier Nehru is get-
ting the worst possible Press for
his boycott of the Japanese peace
conferences. Says the title of a

from Britain,
10,10 pom
Night,

Copyright - P 120 Vaz Dias tnt Amste dam

side, the official description is
“Each being half of two persons
earried on a bicycle.”

. 5 But is not|Daily Mirror leader: “Nehru: No
half of two one, even in these} friend of the U.S.,’

days of progress Should not} The Times leader page calls
Siamese twins on a bicycle count) him “The lost leader,” It Says:

as one rider?

A cheerful blaze

ity SUET

yesterday

|“Nehru is fast becoming one of
jthe great disappointments of the
announced | post-war era. He gives specious
session o |€nd misguided reasons for stay-

Esq.,
after a



his Fuel Committee, that it}ing away from San _ Francisco.
would not be in the publi: | How the mighty have fallen.”

interest to say anything. He ther |_In Washington, Senator Herbert
revealed that a Schedule wa |Lehman, who sees the Govern-

being prepared,
with a scheme for smearing| through Congress, says it is going
electric fires with a glowing sub-|to be tough to get votes for any
tance which would give the|more dollars or grain for India,

illusion of warmth, without using
NATURE UNTAMED

any electricity. Coal, with little}
flames of coloured paper attached}

piece, could also be! AtOM-BOMB a hurricane and

with this substance, anc }xi1 it off? No, says Weather Bureau

and over again, forecaster W. R, Stevens. A big

hurricane is stronger than the

A-bomb, which might cause radio-

jactive rain. And, who knows, it

jmight make the big wind bigger.



to each
smeared

used over

o>

e Sorcerer—2i



CROSSWORD

j? |¢ j



gasps, "
we
find
mustn't touch it or goodness knows

ae. ay gone back the way
came, hey must be trying tc

that saucer, They

flying

what will happen!" Snatching up

his scarf, he gives chase, and 1s

ist in time to get ahead of the

jarkies as they reach the grass) Across

atch, 1. ft makes Giles tate. (4)
6. What the ram meant
10, Only one of a herd. (4)





FT La iain: cer cee hem iA sth thn me

sis iinntninisihdinlinanhthdemeniapasebiinieinm

ihn sac inh tibvnsnc igs pm cn
PR bs tetlalik decades ch achat seen
RE ihc aie lk salts Manes nan
HANKIES BOXED
LADIES NYLONS

Se a

T. R. EVANS & WH

DIAI. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES

BEEBSBRE ERB BEEBBRBBERBE DBD:

Se ee ae a a a

a A Ek

Just nothing to a §
This | grade, moving q
When found in the son hes
healer, (4)

15. A net difference. (4)

17%. The sting I'd get from them (1)

13.

-66 1.41

1.63 -- 4.88 20: An'odd figures ia)"
" only. mn
f exploit. (4)
1.15 =— 1.55 Eastern tady of money 4)





24, May be something to pry at (o)
ee 3 Down
91 3.40 1. Light giver. (7)
2. Bulid above grouna. (5)
— ‘ a id our
A.10 4.95 3 “" the older sum would ’
4 With education you w be 8
« °
nmin 5. Purely attempts. ‘6
1.03 3.04 7. Vulgaris is not in the suatn (8
8. Reach. (6) ¥ ed {4
¢ 14. Pood for the hwt-ne (6
1.95 2.60 16. Sleeps measure t 4
18. It’s a bit of 5
t t Across
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&. fol! , See
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Classify .

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Was | Leicestershire won first prize even|

He is also busy/Mment’s economic aid programmes],

ADVOCATE

Sea Symphony

EDINBURGH
' Ne ‘
Symy
they are
Southern
would live aboard a line excet
for short rail
The rest of the liner i t
filled for the 30-day melody cruise



journe

; with music-lovers

The orchestra trapped
their old maestro Arturo
Toscanini into leading them
more When he heard
Italian tour would gkip Milan, his
old home town, he wrote them,
indignantly: They replied We
will play in Milan only if you
lead us. He has not said “No.”

A DOG’S LIFE
DUSTY, a buil terrier inherited
|50,000 dollars to buy beef-steaks

have

once

that their



the cooks drew|for the rest of his life, Dusty is visiting the display

jfour and will have a trust fund
} under the will of his mistress, Mrs,
Mary Morrow.

She left the rest of her 1,500,000-
idollar estate to a hospital, The
trust fund must also keep Dusly
in many-coloured cardigan puli-
overs and hand-tooled leather
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; . 4 : : : , aes :
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1ondaa Lie noor he srenad ‘
E Library opened the first} s noe
‘ n of the Grenada Art 4.45 & 8.30p.m. Daily
Ci

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Club | : ai

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remain open for two weeks, was| — ¢ .

the finale to a two-week Art|
Course conducted by Mr. M. P.|
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ranged with the assistance of the
Extra-Mural Department of the} @
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rinning of a U.S.-Canadian plan os Caheie ?

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Controversy

Big U.K. Profits
On B.W.1. Sugar
Says Lord Lyle

LONDON, Sept. 6.

CONTROVERSY still rages in Britain over the justice
or injustice of the Anglo-Cuban Trade Agreement. While
Commonwealth sugar interests, led by Lord Lyle, are still
condemning it, there is a strong body of well-informed
opinion that insists that the pact is completely fair and just.

The London Times, for example, in its quarterly
“Review of the British Colonies”, points out that the guar-
antee of a market for Commonwealth sugar up to the end
375 “should provide an ade-



of 1953 to a limit of 2,375,000 tons
quate safeguard for the Commonwealth producers against
losing any share of the British market by reason of the

importation of Cuban sugar.
“The arrangement will also—————————————————
benefit, British consumers |





creasing the
supplies of s
Kingdom,” it
therefore in
injustice has
monwealth

“oc! “Roaring Lion’
Sings At



Sugar pr er










The newspaper believe that U K F ti al
British matiateetinied will bene- - e es IV.
fit by the Cuban tariff conces-
sions, even though other manu- LONDON, Sept. 5
facturing countries will also get Another Trinidadian contribu-
the advantage of these conces- tion to the Festival of Britain has
sions, since British exports have reached London. Raphael de
met with increasing success Leon, the calypso singer popular-
in the last few ve Moreover, ly known as the “Roaring Lion,”
it says, an increase in British has made his debut to a Festival
exports to any of the dollar audience, accompanied by the
countries has great significance Trinidad All Steel Percussion
not oniy for the British balance Orchestra.
of payment but also for the I shall try my best to win the




whole sterling area. lic’s favour,” he said, just be-




























fore he stepped in front of the
Messrs. C. Czarnikow, Ltd. band to sing his first ealypso in
But the monthly rev sel Britain Introduced by Edric
by Messrs. C. Czar Lta, Conn he sang three calypsos
the London sugar broke re- 2nd a big open-air audience,
flects a different attitude or thered in spite ofa heavy down-
point. Since other exporti pour of rain, clapped him fran-
nations will be able to compete tically and called for more.
with Britain in the Ct 1 market Raphael de Leon composed a
and since Cuba already hi &@ new calypso especially for his
heavy. obligation to the United Festival audience. It is “Three
States, it says, “strong doubt is Cheers for the Red, White and
felt bo 4 the dollar e rning Blue,” patriotic song praising
value of the concessions granted the British Empire. He also sang
to this country o calypsos from his usual
_But Lord Lyle, president of vire—‘My Lines of Ances-
Tate and I at : tat€- try,” in which he claimed fantas-
nigat on ent, veS tic relationships with all sorts of
three reason he pact is famous people, and one about his
detrimer tal to ¢ eaves Ith experiences in the army.
ws aot man ins Like the steel band, Raphael
Such a bilateral” pact, n .
+ " de Leon was sent to Britain by a
tiated without prfor consultation ¢ aye aahkanrint
within the Empire family ; fund raised by publie subscription
the seeds of distrust : ales in Trinidad. Like the steel band,
the confidence of the ( non 10% he is in Britain with a definite
wealth producet ission—to make : the British
pi » fully aware of West Indian
Canada Follows U.K. culture,
The steel band itself, now a
“Canada, which ha YS familiar and popular sight in Brit-
provided an importan itlet for ain, finds that some of the calypsos
Commonwealth sugar, | no a introduced, unknown in
followed the United Kingdom's Britain a few weeks ago, are now

example and concluded



sung by its audiences, The

being


















bilateral agreement. One of the Test Match road march, “We want (5) and Andrew (4), become field. Soon after, they bought the
principal © assumptions of the Ramachin on the ball,” is one that princes, farm. ;
Commonwealth Sugar Agreement audiences can always be coaxed Prince Friedrich is 39, a grand~ Every day the Prince and his
is that the Canadian market {6 join in. son of the last Kaiser. His father, wife are at work, He drives
would be supplied from Empit The band is 1g in late-night ex-Crown Prince Little Willie, jeep, employs 15 men and say
sources. baret at the Savoy Hotel, Lon- died last month. — the farm makes profit, The two
“Over the whole course of the * . : a le Princess Friedrich, 30, is young- princes go to school at Much H id-
; on, where it has been warmly re- 2). ae rd Iveagh, boss } sar by
last 11 year Commonwealth oi vad It is about to begin its est daughter of Lord Iveagh, s vam near by. |
Sugar producers have iven Sani 1 toe: playing in dance- of the Guinness brewing enter- At Buckingham Palace
wrices consistently bel iat ee oe aaa prise. The quiet of Little adham is
they deserved, particularly eu all in Scotland and the North of The Hohenzollern Estates a big change from the’ Prince’l
ing regard to the fact that their England. BUP Prince Friedrich went to Ger- jntroduction to England. He first
imports of machinery equip- re many to attend his father’s fun- arrived in 1934, when he was 22
ment ete. (largely from the . ——- eral. But he tells me his decision His godfather, King George V
United Kingdom) have be é _... to revert to the use of his title received him at Buckingham Pal-
prices rising ever more steeply.’ B.W.I. market) on the basis has nothing to do with the succes- ace. It was the first renewal of
: ( vorld price.” sion to the Hohenzollern estates. formal relations between our Roy
Amplifying his point He adds: “The life-blocd of He is now a naturalised British al Family and the Hohenzollerns
the Canadian mark I British West Indies is sugar, subject, intends to continue farm- since the 1914-18 war
Lyle declares r linistry and surely our policy should be jng in Hertfordshire. He attended the Coronatior
of Food has been making to give our people there the most Why has the Prince given up ceremony.
enormous profits from the cenerous treatment now in order the name of Mansfield. He says The war changed all that for
sale of Commonwealth sugar to stimulate production in the fu- it is a question of establishing Prince Friedrich. He was interned
purchased at low prices and ture and improve local econo- legally his correct family name in Canada in the autumn of 1940
sold to Canada (a traditional mies,”—B.U.P. and title. The name Mansfield, @ On Page?
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The ex-Kaiser's grandson, Prince Friedrich von Preussen
pictured with his family to-day at his farm in Hertfordshire. For 10
years he was known as Mr. Mansfield; now the London Gazctte
announces he reverts to his title. His wife, mow Princess, was

formerly Lady Brigid Guinness.

Mr. Mansfield. Becomes
A Prussian Prince Again

Mr. George Mansfield, of Little which he assumed during the war,
business

Hadham, in Hertfordshire, has a
notice in the London Gazette, Un-
der the heading Change of Name,
it announces that he has aban-
doned the name of Mansfield as
from August 21.

was a convenience in his
dealings on the farm.
On. their highly

Preussens have a



This means that Mr. Mansfield lounge Prince Friedrich told me
reverts to using his rightful title, he first met this wife on a visit
Prince Friedrich Georg Wilhelm to England in 1937
Christoph von Preussen, His wife, They married secretly in the
up till now known as Lady Brigid church of St. Cecilia's. Little Had-
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HERMAN MELVILLE

In Billy Budd, perhaps his most
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Melville pronounces his final word
on the mystery of hurnan life, in
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BACK TO SCHOOL

St. heey Vestry: T’DAD MAY PAY 1
| ~~ S8arflae snoes
Vestry Chairman MORE FOR RICE |

(From Our Own Correspondent) |







’ , PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 7 ||| GIRLS’ AND
May Summon Trinidad may have to pay ||| BOYS’ SHOES—Brown, Black or
e — «bout $1,000,000 more for rice} White:
Meetings At W ill supplies from British Guiana from | na
cS ; January, 1952, as the increase for | Sises 7 — 10 8.7%
The St. Lucy Vestry at a meg- B.G. rice was inevitable. It is a| oe 4.75
ing yesterday by a majority vote question of take it or leave it, since | Ff re F
cP. sees "" “ar “ihe ie WO “Brice. wee tO be on : yh _
Chairman to summon ‘a meeting into consideration by the Arbitra- |
hen he thought it necessary. It ion Board in arriving at a fair GYM BOOTS—White, Brown or
vas decided that these meetings V'!e for the parties under the | Black:
hould be on Thursdavs at 2.30 &sreement Under this agree-/| 7
’ ; nent it is reported that Trinidad, Sizes 10 — 2 $2.00
The meeting vesterday was sum- Was paying $12.70 per bag for B.G. |
ned especially receive the rice It is likely that the new ” 3$— 6 2.15
timate fr the contractors for price would be in the vicinity of | e
repairs to the Rectory. Three con- $17.00 to $18.00 per bag. This in-, ’ oS 2.85
ractors submitted an estimate for crease may be passed on to the} Bring your children in for an
16,988 .36 This included water consumer, sinee Government has |
ery - vere s purposes and the «stated that it is not in favour of expert fitting.
stalling ¢ gh nara . sidipe
Some members thought the esti- creasing subsidies
ate might be too high but hint-
that they were not capable of
naking an estimate snd should Cools-Laritigue Is
nploy the services of an expert is -
Chief Sect. Of Windwards
After lengthy discussion it was








iecided or the motion < d (From Our Own Correspondent)
c. xz. F a M.C.P 7 taal * ST. GEORGE'S Sept. 8
the estimate be referred back to Mr. L, Cools-Lartigue, former Te ee
the Building Committee for their Assistant Administrator of St.
comments and recommendations, Lucia, arrived here last Wednes- |
after consultation with the ten- day to take up his new post a: a
ders and that the Committee Chief Secretary, Windward 5
should report back to the Vestry Islands Government, Oo
within 14 days
A letter wa read from. the oe st
P.M.O. of St. Lucy, Dr. A. C. the system will reach the Barrows
Kirton, stating that the lighting area, e
plant at Barrows did not supply Mr. Ward said that in his

enough light for him to carry out opinion the plant was in order but

his nightly duties efficiently he wiring and batteries were none
Mr. Brancker said that duties too perfect
of a P.M.O. were such as necessi

On the motion of Mr. I. C. Sobers
the Vestry decided that the clerk
should be instructed to make con-
tact with the Agents for the plant

tated adequate lighting and asked
the Vestry to take immediate steps
to ensure that the present lighting
plant is repaired or a new one or-



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Tuesday, September 11, 1951

Health Measures

AN advertisement published in the
Press, during the last fortnight, invited
applications for the post of Medical Officer
for the Northern District, comprising the
six northern parishes of the island. The new
bill to establish these districts for the pur-
pose of public health administration is still
before the Legislature. but it dces seem that
the Government is willing to get on with
the programme of social measures.

It is a long time now since two bills came
before the Legislature, one for making the
General Hospital a Government institution

by removing the administrative power from
the hands of a Board of Directors and vest-
ing them in a Medical Superintendent, and
the other for establishing medical districts
in this island.

The bill to change the administration of
the General Hospital has been passed but
the other bill is still to be passed by the
House. There were several difficulties and
amendments to be made. The length of the
bill however, seems to have prevented its
early discussion and with the end of the
“Legislative Session in sight the fate of the
bill is still in doubt.

The advertisement states that the district
will include St. Lucy, St. Peter, St. Andrew,
St. Joseph, St. James and St. Thomas com-
prising about 60,000 people.

It is hoped to have the officer in view so
that the Medical Centre can be established
by January next with the necessary staff
attached.

Although the bill has not yet been passed
making statutory provision for the estab-
lishment of the Centre, the emoluments of
the officers and the running expenses, there
can be little doubt that as soon as the neces-
sary amendments have been made to the
bill it will easily be passed by both Houses.
There are certain measures which rise
above the controversy of party politics.
Measures providing institutions which cater
to human need. In this case the lack of
medical centres with pre- and ante-natal
clinics has been a solid ground of criticism
against Barbados.

It does not now need any argument to
prove the merit of these medical centres or
that they are essential to the welfare of this
island. At present, aged people in the coun-
try districts experience great difficulty in
travelling to the City in order to get medi-
eal aid which could be rendered at the Dis-
trict Centres. This emphasises justification
for their establishment.



But there is one difficulty of which the
Government must be aware and against
which there should be some protection, In
every district there will be two authorities.
The present parochial set-up gives control
of the almshouses to the Parochial Medical
Officer and the Churchwarden of the par-
ish. There might be occasions where there
will be a clash of orders and it would be
wise to make it clear, whose shall be the
overriding voice.

There is precedent for this fear. During
the malaria epidemic of 1927 the orders of
the Chief Medical Officer and his assistants

were carried out when the parochial
authorities thought they were correct.
It was an epidemic and the lives of
people were at stake but it did not

matter to those who felt that they should
have the voice of authority. It must be re-
membered that the Local Government sys-
tem as recommended by Sir John Maude
has not yet been established and until that
is done the parochial boards act with statu-
tory authority.

The need might never arise, The time has
come when people of every shade of opinion
in this island recognise the need for co-
operation; but there are occasions when
obstinacy takes precedence of reasoning
and it might be that the object of institut-
ing this reform will be defeated. These are
provisions which should not be overlooked
in the new bill.



car to Dover anc
the rain, only to be
sad story. day
Canterbury was full up to the ful sig thts as we were at!
gills and, despite the awful our senses in scenery s
weather, looked very festive beauty
but, luckily, we found a first-cla But the y the devastate
hotel “somewhere on the coast, Dunkerque in the varying stages
and all was well f the ve is capi g that
rtartles and sears the mind,
Tasted Like Brick Duties Of Our ‘Crew’
5 EN ROUTE, Our objective for
THEREUPON we sat down for the night is Brussels and the
our farewell dinner, watehing the duties of the three of us are clear-
lazy rolling waves slither over the {y outlined
shingle, and ordering the dinner My 18-year-old daughter is to
with care. be responsible for the maps—in
!

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D. T. ROBERTS

A few day
of the Arts The Do dine
(a pleasant, informal plac before, OI we dine later? If
Donald Wolfit, the Shakespearea fore I > hurry a meal at
actor told us in an af ine he ridiculoug hour of half past
speech that television is a menacs ix—-0O ovserwise endure our
advancing to ruin the theatre. Of theatre in hungry bad temper.
course, actors have been saying For those, and they number the
things like that ever nce the Majority, with London offices and
Greeks started complaining about homes ten miles away, it is impos-
the Romans’ love sireuses, Sible to go home and “change”
(And what did Wil peare this itself, has killed the uni-
say about that bear-pit alongside versal pre-war custom of dinner-
the Globe?) Wolfit t led ts in the theatre.
his opinion; { ost With this early theatre-going,
theatre managers in Britain » L on “closes down” early at
not afraid of televisi I I night. This igAtill a mystery to the
don stage | ‘ ; After eleven at night there
slaught of celluloid t t d is nowhere to go in the great city
the stormy d of tt except a few expensive night
picture”; it can i defeat a clul At the time of writing there
puny little box on the sideboard is no solution——but just q ray of
that does not even take the family hope i piercing the midnight
out of the ame four lls of gloom, A second “Little Theatre”
home. is to open, with show, light

3ritish television not » revue, star s at half-past ten
exciting that sets the heather and running until midnight, For
on fire. The control of broadeast- a year one little theatre in a cel-
ing is in the hands of the British lar has been making i succes vf
Broadcasting Corporation, and the its informal and wilty “cabaret”
same body seems to have tured Now it is to have a rival, and if
asmonopoly on televisio Pover- this goes on, it may be so much
ty-stricken, and unsure of itself, competition for the nightclubs
the British television programmes that something will develop in
are confined to only a few eve- London in the form of a cheap
ning hours each day—and even and pleasant entertainment that
then, for lack of programmes, does not run at champagne prices,
many are repeated twice. At last Nothing has done more to drive
the B.B.C. is almost ready to push foreign visitors to the Festival
television four hundre miles across to the “Continent after a
north of London. But progress is couple of days, than the lack of
timid and, at the rate an Ameri- lively entertainment in London
can company is going, it seems town
that Germany may be the first t &
country in Europe to enjoy a full REPORT ON vs
blooded, . nation-wid televisior UNDERSTATEMENT
4 I doubt whether tel mn Planning demands facts to feed
however it elop “1 1 So the \Government spends
the grip on a ha finding out, by means of
already in the Eastern States of survey what the public
the United Stat es. And going out The latest of these Gov-
to the tiheat vhich fo r most enquiries discovers that
people, is pecial luxu ll women pend, on_ the
| Survive as a_ habit, Mea inwhile average, only 5/2d. (five shillings
the London theatre has its own and twopence) per month ; on
problems. The war forced the cosmetics and toilet necessities, It
theatres to open at seven o'clock ‘also. discloses that the middle and
in the evening, so that their upper classes spend, on the aver-
patrons could get thhome = earl age, only a little more than six
And since the war, the opening \illings a month. It also seeks to

the
penny
ing

aver-
rmrore
(Quite

that

only

women,
spend a

turned to its on

salf past

has not re pre-
normal at |}

seven o’clock is a m

prove
eight age
lan men on shairdress

time
war
This

usance, ft





Farewell Dinner -Somewhere
On The Coast”

By BEVERLEY
port comes in view,
y those
g ships
it
the

no

BAXTER
remembering
fateful days when the little
made the same crossing to
bring back the most precious cargo
that ever came te Britain.

There is wreckage and ruin all
about, for this port was an end-
less target.

A huge
the faded
Germans
it
ammunition

IN an course of the next few

we were to see some dread-
aa as we were to bathe
in scenery of exquisite

Somewhere in Aust
HARRY TATE, in his
motor-car sketch,
“There’s no harm
we'll go to Brighton,”
seemed to three-quarters
Baxter family that there
harm in saying it we would put
up at Folkestone for the ight
before sailing next morning
the Continent,
But Folkestone
at any price,

use to sa
in sayu
and

of

was

cement shed still bears
Red Cross which the
painted on it, although
used purely for storing

for

would not have
so we turned the
splashed through
told the same

us was

fury that devastated



And what a «

Let me say at oncc
achieved a remarkable
the soup was not only brick-
oured, but tasted like brick.

The chicken looked like
wood and ate
trifle not only
like
actly
palate,

SINCE we were about
hundreds of miles acros
of devastated Europe,
that perhaps even
calorie intake would
seem lixe a banquet

inner it was!
that the chef
for

col-

words, she
tor, while
alternate at the
Incidentally, the direction signs
European roads are so
and clear that it would
an idiot to lose his way.
Belgium was en fete, and it
seemed as if the whole population
out to

other
naviga

is to
Madam
wheel.

be the

and I
unity,

the
numerous
take

on
tender
the
eye
ex-
the

of

like it, while
attracted
mixed paints,

the

the
but made
appeal

same to

enjoy the warm sun
\ugust’s last lingering hours.
Compared to most other Euro-
the Belgians are a serious,
sople who
ntful life between wars.
on this particular day they
happy,

to motor
the
we
this
by

face pean
agreed calm p
farewell
contrast

lead a_ useful,
uneve

But
looked

. . ‘ healthy.
No Equality—Even In Gulls j

NEXT
at Dover
sun,

As our car is s
in a long queue
aboard this new,
Ferry we wander
up at the white
grim glory, and
gulls making a
attempt to fly

Despite the
ism, tere is
in seagulls.

One would bank in its flight
and then swoop to a perfect land-
ing, while another
and nearly go in
touched the planks

WHAT a bird is the s

Master of
the land.

A squadron of them accompan-
ied us for
set out,
sat down on
chat.

care-free, and
ADMIT
docks much
penitent a t
with som
the statement that
looked well dressed,
happy.

Certainly the shops were filled
with good things and the food is
abundant

We
is a
Social- ar
not

that you cannot learn
studying a nation from
and therefore it is
» diffidence that I make

the people
well fed, and

MORNING,
and a

The
warm,

by
r-car,



afely immobilised
to
span

waiting
spick and
about, looking
cliffs in all their
watching
mockery

sea-
of man’s

and varied.

are told, in Britain, that this
superficial impression
only the black market-
even eecrs in Belgium can buy in the
shops, Then all I can say is that
there must be a lot of black mar-
keteers over there.

Where Shops Do Not Close

LET US not labour the point.

I merely repeat that the people
in t¥eir thousands looked healthy,
well fed, and well dressed.

Yet there was one sinister sight.
As we raced through small towns
the shops were still open and
at eight o’clock in the evening
showed every sign of remaining v
open as long as there was any
business to be done,

Obviously there is missionary
work to be done in this backward

mere
d that

teachings of
no equality,

would stagger
beak

its it

as

eagull!

the air, the sea, and

miles when we
-being» bored
to have

some
and then-
the sea a
An Endless Target
DUNKERQUE, We crowd
the deck as Uie harsh, mangled



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Or te

F rom Britain |

|
rightly the report admi that }
better-off vomen ore than}
double their menfolks’ expendi-
tyre on haircuts).

One evening newspaper re-
sponded by quoting extreme cases.
They discovered a smart “girl
about town” —Miss Sally Anne
Vivian, the daughter of a peer—
who admitted to spending £3. 10s.
a month. And an actress claimea
a record expenditure of £3 a week
on cosmetics alone.

The report has been prepared
by two men who were in charge
of a social research unit mainly
made up of women questioners.
We venture to suggest that the
whole survey is an elaborate hoax
staged by British women leagued
to deceive their government and
designed at concealing an almost
universal misappropriation of
housekeeping allowances.

IN A PERSIAN MARKET

The week has seen a spate of
stories from the oil refinery of
Abadan indicating that all is not
lost. Mr. Stokes has come back
from Persia in a most confident
meod. He says he enjoyed him-
self! Meanwhile the Anglo-Iranian
Company is transferring its activi-
ties to the neighbouring Principal-
ity of Kuwait—where it shares an
oil monopoly with the so-called

American firm, Gulf Oil. As_ the
oil from Kuwait, has grown in

quantity, year by year, its impor-
tance ag a reserve has gone almost
unobserved. The latest move of

the Anglo-Iranian Company is t
keep control of its refinery at
Abadan, while abandoning ali
hope of retaining the oilwells
themselves, The refinery could be
kept running with oil fron
Kuwait, just across the top of the

Persian Guif. Some strange
rumours have been circulating

this week that, perhaps, the Iran-
ian company will be in a stronger
position after the crisis than be-
fore. This speculation depends on
the Government being willing to
to defend, either diplomatically or
militarily, the refinery of Abadan
Whatever happens, it is the pres-
ent British opinion that the re-
finery engineers of A an are
enjoying an unexpected leave in
England and, in a few weeks they
will find themselves back at work.

country that nestles so smugly in
Western Europe and keeps its
sturdy identity against the recur-

ring tides of endless wars.
Meal Was A Work Of Art

BRUSSELS,. “I feel towards
Brussels and Paris,” said a phil-

osopher, “that in Brussels I am
dining with the sister of the

woman I love.”

The Belgian capital has not the
sweep and elegance of Paris, but
it has character and style,

In fact, it is a metropolis on a
reduced scale and has a stateli-
ness that survives even the plague
of neon lights and the red glare
of Coca-Cola signs,

LIKE all European cities, it has
eeyerest square, and our hotel is
int

It being new ten o'elock at
night, we sit down for dinner, our
first.meal on the Continent,

Would monsieur like a steak or
a wiener schnitzel, or roast beef
or lamb cutlets? In fact, let mon-
sieur but express his desires and
they would be fulfilled.

What a meal it was — not so
mach a meal as a work of art.
The chef should be decorated with
the Legion of Honour.

Salved Our Conscience

AN HOUR later we strolled
about the city, whose streets were
crowded with people wickedly

drinking beer in open-air cafés or
gazing into the brilliantly illumin-
ated windows of the shops.

Since it was here that the great
ball was held on the eve of
Waterloo, we decided that, in the
morning, we must make a detour
Sc as to see the battlefield.

But, fortunately, we met some
Americans who gave us some
picture postcards of it and there-
by salved our conscience.

BRUSSELS wakes in the morn-
ing with a bang, in fact a series
of bangs.

It seemed that outside our bed-
room window men were playing
a game of tossing the caber into
empty ash cans,

Three timgs there was a bang
on our door, but no one was
there. The telephone also rang,
but no one spoke.

Apparently the hotel manage-
ment takes the view that it won't
be its fault if you do not get up
in time.

Those Fateful Days Of 1914

THUS, at ten o'clock, we set
our compass for Liége and Lou-
vain, those names that are em-
bedded in the souls of all of us
who remember the first, fateful
days of the 1914 war.

But, at this point, I shall leave
off, for we are about to climb a
mountain, by which I gather that,
with our Austrian friends, we
shall climb to a_ pleasant spot
NOT very far up and drink ice-
cold beer in the golden ee

Jamaica Hurricane ef ter ee: any water, be sure to ~ apest and tagtont advertising I King’s Scouts
iL i irs 0 prever disease lave ever gotten. T 2 ; q ;

To The Editor, The AUvocate— Incomplete reports list about 150 My Co-op car, an ageing but still Teathe Satter, The Ahvogie of

SIR,—On the night of Friday, dead. Miraculous, as you see the sound 1946 Plymouth, which for the Boy Scouts Association are
August 17th, beginning about devastation, that thousands more years, has carried my road teams sratef Ps ; ew os ain did
9.30 p.m., after 12 rather quiet were not crushed to death under and myself all over this island ee - Ain ren _ Ss a - Brae tne
years on this Caribbean outpost the wreckage. A few ya from to reach the people in our many account given’ on Sa‘urday in the
of Jamaica, I had my first intro- my Co-op. Office there ji small co-op societies, was crumpled like Barbados Advocate of the investi-
duction to Iiteral horror. A wild, Chinese hospital, All tht the an e shel] when a heavy gar- ture of three King’s Seouts at
roaring, savage hurricane—my screams of the dyir patients age roof caved on it, It was Government House on Friday
first—hit us head on here caught under crashing fs and rather a shock to discover yester- afternoon last,
in Kingston on the south shore walls. . ! Whole areas of the crops day for the first time that my car The account, however, might
of this formerly lovely island. A are gone, Bananas, big urce of insurance policy does not cover give some readers the impression
night indescribable! Blackness minimum living for thousands of hurricanes, That car cost us about that these three Scouts are the
practically stygian! Gales 125 our rural people, reveal a loss up $2,000, It’s great to. be back on a first to qualify for the King’s
miles un hour from 9.30 p.m. to 90. But today the Cuban Red bicycle again, first time since 1947, Scout Badge in the island. This
until 2 a.m. next morning! Rains Cross flew in the first fo In other words, our social action is not so, as there have been over
pouring through the _ thickest Aa ifab ie Winuis f : rk of years is now at a com- thirty awards of the Badge in
walls as though they were tissue Ry ela d yet tra eter. plete standstill Barbados under the old regulation
paper. Books, records of genera- poet puts it, our co D- celal Hence in the recovery of this srior to 1946
tions, clothing, furniture destroy- action headquarters did nor fare little co-operative © and — social I :
ed. Flying glass. Collapsing as badly as many others, But our action setup which has been try- In 1946 Imperial Headquarters
walls. The fury of the hurricane eae bee Sane ocak : ing to service Jamaica and other in London revised the tests and
was such that most of the struc- pe iy? 0-oOp ice R , ipse Caribbean isles for the past ten raiseq the standard of the Badge
tures that went down, went down The roof in the . ot years, T could use about $10,000 His Majesty fing was gracious
t a : e Nikesa 45 wide Goan tA ih ttt . ‘ s Majesty the King was gracious-
in the first couple of minutes of insti’ Sa a da A : and . a SOON. If in the ly pleased to authorise the issue

» attac > re s we dread. A t - h 1 r your eart “ar y 1
the attack. room, 1-storey house a i ’ si. Wad eae is Ne hone of a special Royal Certificate to

Ships capsized or were driven the yard, wherein 1 check or posta] money order made each Sceut qualifying under the
ashore. Tens of thousands of plies of literature and « out t my name personally. No new regulations. The three Scouts
homes, particularly of the poor, Credit Union tatior r how 1 * the contribu- who received the Badge on Friday
are today, a few days late: twisted wreck flat on i on I CAN May God bless last are the first Scouts in Barba-
literally shambles. Sections of the round, Thousar charity _ to dos to receive the Royal Certificate
overcrowded Kingston today this } } phiet Yours faithfully.
ironically sunny mort are i rehe I ‘ER SULLIVAN, S.J A. HARRISON
virtually f Ten yu ( Office Honorary Se tary
sands are No ele i K K Boy Scouts A int
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—,

Anglo-Cuban Pact:
“Psychological Blunder

“Liquidation of Empire Proceeds,”
Says LORD LYLE

THE signing of the Anglo-Cuban trade
pact is a psychological blunder of the first
order, says Lord Lyle of Westbourne, presi-
dent of Messrs. Tate and Lyle, in his ""
comment on the agreement.

His comment, together with a further con-|
demnation of the pact from the Empire In-
dustries Association, have been published in
the correspondence ‘columns of the London
Daily Telegraph, while a correspondent of |
the London Times has declared that West
indian protests are not necessarily justified.

“Having brought relations between our-
selves and so many foreign countries to a
pathetically low ebb,” declared Lord Lyle,
in a typically trenchant criticism, “our
Socialist planners seem bent upon producing
the same state of affairs within the Empire.”

He refers to the generosity of the Empire
and says: “During the whole course of the
war and post-war periods British Common-
wealth sugar producers have stood behind
che mother country and ensured the bulk of
ner supply at prices far below those obtain-
ing in the world market.

“Indeed, it is a staggering fact, and few
may realise it, that in recent years the Min-
istry of Food has paid to foreign producers
of sugar almost twice the amount paid to
those within the Empire.

,



“How do we repay this astounding gener-
sity from our people overseas? We enter
into negotiations with Cuba ‘under the
-ounter’, without even extending to Empire
sountries the courtesy of price consultation.

“A developing cigar industry in Jamaica
has been dealt a grievous blow and it is diffi-
cult to see what we shall gain in return. I
sincerely hope, even at this late hour, that
the Government will see the merits of the
strong representations which have been
made to repair part of the damage by some
favourable adjustment in the tobacco duty.

“British West Indies’ sugar and cigars are
excluded from the market in the United
States through the application of rigidly en-
forced quota and tariff regulations. British
West Indian cigars depend on Britain for a
market. Cuba benefits greatly from the
American market. She sells there roughly
four times the entire B.W.I. export of sugar:
while her export of cigars rose from an
average of 3,200,000 per annum in the five-
year period to 1939 to an average of over 12

million in the three-year period ended June,
1949,



“The question should have been
dealt with at a higher level. The
liquidation of the British Empire
proceeds.

“Throughout the loyal West Indies there is
strong hostility to what has been done and
to how it has been done, There is a feeling
of having been let down. Great acts of states-
manship will be necessary to repair the
damage,

“Above all is the necessity for a complete
change of heart in our attitude to Common-
wealth affairs, a reaffirmation of our faith in
Empire, determination to sttengthen the ties
which bind us together, and the reiteration
of our gratitude and affection for those who
always stand behind us, come what may.”

ee

“COMMONWEALTH SUGAR PLANS
ARE HINDERED”

Mr. W. A. Wells, public relations officer to
the Empire Industries Association, also in a
letter to the Daily Telegraph, points out that
it is not the immediate situation which dis-
turbs Commonwealth sugar producers but
the fact that their plans for expansion are
hindered, if not destroyed, by the introduc-
tion of a guaranteed purchase from Cuba.

“The Cuban pact is made with the object
of obtaining access into Cuba for United
Kingdom manufactured goods,” he writes.
“If it actually does so it may be fairly certain
that the pact will be continued. In any case
the Commonwealth producers have to wait
for two years to find out.”

Mr. Wells adds that Britain is apparently
prepared to pay a higher price in precious
dollars in order to secure a market in Cuba
than it is paying to Empire producers who
buy the major portion of their requirements
from Britain.

But in the London Times, a reader, Mr. H.
R. Cole, declared that it does not follow that
West Indian protests against the Anglo-|
Cuban pact are justified.

“The Cuban agreement runs only until|
1953 and the Government have specifically
; Suaranteed to find a market for every ton of
|sugar produced by Commonwealth growers
during this period,” ‘he writes. “After

| 1953: when the plans for expanding Common-|
/ Wealth sugar output come into effect, the!
| Cuban agreement will have expired. |
| “Between now and 1953 Britain’s own re-|
}quirements cannot be met entirely from|

‘ommonwealth sources, neither have they|
been so met in the last few years. In point|
of fact, Cuban sugar has been regularly pur-|
chased, often in amounts greatly exceedin,1|
the 500,500 tons guaranteed annually for the|
next three years, There seems to be littl:
knowledge of the fact that Cuban sugar has |
already been found necessary to supplement|



the maximum production that could he}
obtained within the Commonwealth in order
to secure adequate supplies.

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London ‘Times’ Praises W.I. Newspapers

1951

‘Sign of Better Future Ahead’

LONDON.

THE WORLD'S most famous newspaper, the London
Times, has some words of high praise for its contemporaries
in the West Indies—for the old-established papers like the
Barbados Advocate and Jamaica’s Daily Gleaner, for the
more modern papers like the Trinidad Guardian and British
Guiana’s three daily newspapers, and for the papers of the
small islands, like the West Indian of Grenada and the

Voice of St. Lucia.

Introduced
To The Bar

Twenty-eight-year-old Barba—
dian Laurenza Williams, Barrister-
at-Law, was admitted to practise
at the Courts of Barbados by the
Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir Allan
Collymore, yesterday. He was in-
troduced by tihe Solicitor General,
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C

Introducing him, Mr. Reece said
that in 1940 Mr Williams left
Barbados and volunteered for fly-
ing duties with the R.A.F. He
was demobilised in September,
1946 as Flight Sergeant. He enter-
ed the University of London and
Grays Inn. There he completed
his course and took the LL.B. de-
gree in 1949 with second class
honours,

In September of the same year
he passed the Bar finals examina-
tion. He was called to the Bar ‘in
1951. .

“In that short period,” he said,
“Mr. Williams put in a volume
of work and the success he has
attained is partly due to his in-
dustry and ability. I have no
doubt he will meet with success
at this Bar because of~the quali-
ties which have already won him
success at the University and Inns
of Courts.”

On behalf of the members of
the Bar he said, he welcomed him.

WELCOME BACK

The Hon, The Chief Judge told
Mr. Wiliiams that he welcomed
him from the Bench on his return
to his native land,

“I have listened with interest
and admiration to the account of
your services rendered during the
last war,” he said, “‘and also to
the praise given by the Learned
Solicitor General of your industry,
application and ability.

“T congratulate you on your be-
ing called to the Bar and I wish
you success, although I fear you
will find that the profession here
is somewhat crowded. However, I
am sure that being so will not
discourage you from making a
success in the profession of your
choice.”

He then admitted him to prac-
tice.

Mr. Williams thanked the Hon.
The Chief Judge and the Solicitor
General, He said that when he
was called to the Bar in England,
he was amazed to see the welcome
which was given to new members
of the profession in the United
Kingdom, When he got to Bar-
bados, he was also very touched
by the measure of welcome which
was extended to him. Whatever
might be the difficulties due to
overcrowding, he would endeavour
to uphold the traditions of the
Barbados Bar.

In the latest quarterly “Times
Review of the British Colonies”,
just published in London, an
article reviews the vigorous de-
velapment of West Indian news-
papers and looks to even further
development in the future.

Reviewing the history of
early newspapers in the West
Indies, it says that most of them
were essentially examples of
personal journalism and _ thus
they died with their editors. Sole
exception was the Port-of-Spain

Gazette, founded in 1825 and
gtill a great newspaper. The
article pays a tribute to Mr.

A. P. T. Ambard, editor of this
paper until ten years ago, whom
it describes as “one of the great
men in the newspaper world of
the West Indies.”

New Outlook

Another long-established news-
paper, the article continues, is the
Barbados Advocate, founded in
1895 by Mr. Valence Gale, who
brought a new outlook to Bar-
bados journalism. He fought pub-
lic issues with decency and
decorum, it says, and the Advocate
to-day continues that policy.

“Barbados is entirely de-
pendent on sugar,” says the arti-
cle. “So to-day the Barbados
Advocate is in the front lines in
the battle for West Indian sugar.”

The article describes the Trini-
dad Guardian as the nearest thing
the West Indies has to a national
newspaper. It was during the last
war that it came into its own, when
many young men were away from
home for the first time and there
was a keen demand for war news.

The Times article pays a tribute
to Mr. Courtenay Hitchins and
Mr. Leo Permuy, who gave their
readers “a first-class modern pro-
duct.” Circulation soared, an eve-
ning paper and a Sunday magazine
were started and better equipment
was obtained.

Feature Content

British Guiana’s three daily
papers, the Daily Chronicle, Daily
Argosy and Guiana Graphic, says
the article, normally have a circu-
lation of between 5,000 and 15,000

daily. “Their editorial policies
are not greatly at variance,” it
says, “and they compete for

readership mostly on the basis of
news and feature content.”

Of the papers in the smaller
islands, the article singles out for
special mention the West Indian
of Grenada and the Voice of St.
Lucia. All struggle for existence,
it says, but recent signs point to
better days ahead.

—B.U.P.



Emanuel C. Gordon Limps Into Harbour

From Page 1.

“This time the weather was
worse,” Captain MeQuilkin said.
“Seas were building four feet in
the air; the wind was much strong-
er and the Emanuel C. Gordon
close to sinking,” he said. She
was then southeast of Vieux Fort.

The weather had crept on
gradually, however, giving the
crew chance to lower off the main-
sail and the jib. The Emanuel
C. Gordon was stemming the
weather only on the foresail,

Bunks Soaked

More water broke aboard the
vessel. All the bunks, the crew’s
clothing and the cargo were
drenched and deck cargo was
washed away, The kitchen, which
js a separate small house stand-
ing on the deck, was overturned
while the Emanuel C. Gordon
rolled, destroying the stove and
other utensils in the kitchen,

The wind raged until 6 p.m.
that evening and it was not until
7 p.m. that the crew got their
first meal for the day. They took
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All Sunday night they had to
be up watching for any other dis-
turbance and mostly because they
had nowhere to sleep. In turns
they kept the pumps working to
rid the vessel of the gallons of
water that found its way below.
The deck was swamped

After the weather lulled, Cap-
tain McQuilkin trimmed for St.
Lucia and limped into port the

Monday with the foresail badly
torn.
The Emanuel C. Gordon was

refitted at St. Lucia and sailed
on Friday for Barbados. She
brought here 500 drums of colas
from Trinidad and JU-C cases.
Captain MecQuilkin said that
when he got into St. Lucia, he

found almost every boat in the
harbour damaged. He said that
the Ruby C., which was _ sailing

from Dominica for St. Lucia on
the Sunday, never reached St.
Lucia before the following Friday.
The Ruby C’s mainboom was
broken and her sails torn. The
vessel’s crew had to use an oar as
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UNIQUE ARCADE TO
~ BE DEMOLISHED
Barclays Bank Will Be

Built In

Two Parts

THE FIRST STEP in the operations for the erection
of the new Barclays Bank building, will be the demolition
of the Unique Arcade premives adjoining the bank and the
construction of the foundations for the first half of the
building on that side, Mr. R. Fraser Reekie, Resident Part-
ner in the West Indies of Messrs. W. H. Watkins and Part-

ners, Architects of London

Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Reekie arrived here
the week-end by B.W.1.A. from
Trinidad for about 10 days’ holi-
day. He was accompanied by his
wife and family and they are
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.

He said that after careful in-
vestigation of the site, it was de-
cided to use precast concrete piles
which will be driven to a depth
of some 20—30 feet.

Materials
“The programme of works de-
pends largely on the question of

the supply of steel, firstly, the
reinforcing steel for the founda-
tions and later, the structural

steel for the super-structure.

Steel of all kinds is now very
difficult to obtain and until the
position clarifies itself in this re-
spect, it is not possible to say ex-
actly when the start will be made,
but every effort is being made to
secure the required material and
it is hoped that work will begin
in the near future,

The building is to be erected
in two parts. After the first part
is completed, the bank will move
into it from the existing premises
and the second half will then be
constructed and the parts united

The whole building programme
is expected to be completed by
1955.

The contract for the erection of
the super-structure has been
awarded to Messrs Ash & Watson
Ltd. of Trinidad, the foundations
thhave been designed by Messrs
Travers, Morgan and Partners of
London and the super-structure

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and the West Indies, told the

by the engineering firm of Messrs
Watkins and Partners.
More Building

Asked the position with regard
to building generally in the West
Indies, Mr. Reekie said: “There
still appears to be a considerable
amount taking place’ through-
out the area, My firm has offices
in Georgetown, British Guiana,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and
Kingston, Jamaica and all are
very busy at the present moment.
“There is a continual increase

the cost of building and the
many materials has re-
increased, but the chief
difficulty is that of supply and
careful planning is necessary to
ensure that those most difficult to
obtain are used as little as pos-
sible, but where their use is es-
sential, they should be ordered
well in advance. I do not fore-
see any improvement in the situ-
ation for sometime.”

In spite of the shortage of ma-
terial, there is a considerable
amount of private building going
on in Trinidad, Several large of-
fice buildings are being erected in
Port-of-Spain, A five storey build-
ing for Messrs George F, Huggins
& Co. Ltd. and designed by Messrs
Watkins and Partners will be
completed early next year. Work
is about to begin on a six storey
building for a large insurance
company. This will be the highest
building in Trinidad and is an
example of the growing tendency
to erect multi-storey buildings due
to the increase in land values and
the need for greater office accom-
modation.

in
price of
cently



Appeal For Jcan Inquiry Adjourned

Animal Hospital,

The animal population of Jam-

aica did not escape the ravages
of the recent hurricane. The
Animal Hospital and Dispensary
at, 115 Spanish Town Road,

Kingston suffered severe damage.
Half of the wall collapsed, the
paroid on the roofs were torn
off in strips, and both sheds col-
lapsed, while all the trees are
down. However, the hospitalized
animals did not suffer any hurt.-

On the whole, animal mortality
has been high. The peasant class

bas suffered heavily, losing
pigs, goats, donkeys, and cows.
The Honourable Secretary of

the Jamaican S.P.C.A., in.a recent
letter to the Secretary of the
local S.P.C.A., tells of the damage
done to the animal population,
and hopes that the sufferers will
get some help from the Govern-
or’s Fund.



Preparations For
Hurricane Made

The Hurricane Relief Organisa-
tion of St. Michael under the
Chairmanship of the Churchward-
en Mr, McD. Symmonds has made
its annual preparations to meey
the emergency of a_ hurricane,
clerk of the St. Michael Vestry
and also clerk of the Hurricane
Relief Committee of the parish,
told the Advocate yesterday.

In the meantime, he said, per-
sons who have volunteered to
help in such an event are being
reminded and advised as regards
the duties they must perform.

Any person desirous of volun-
teering his~ services, he _ said,
can report to the Chairman of his
area or get in touch with him.

Coroner G. B. Griffith yester-
day adjourned the inquiry into
the death of Mrs. Katherine Hall
of Westbury Road, St. Michael
until Monday, September 24, at
District “A.”

Mrs. Hall was one of the oc-
cupants of the motor car X-697
which overturned on Dayrells Hill
Road, St. George, on September
3 Giving post mortem evidence
yesterday, Dr. A. L. Stuart said
that he noticed that the right leg
of the deceased was fractured
and in his opinion death was due
to shock and the abnormal dis-
tension of the intestines
Mr. Dudley Hall who identified
the body to Dr. Stuart, said that
Mrs. Hall left her home early on
the morning of September 3 and
later the same day about 7.15
p.m. he was called to the General
Hospital and was told that Mrs
Hall was in a serious condition

SQLD BANANAS
TOO. DEAR

Mr. G. B. Griffith,
Police Magistrate of District
yesterday fined May of
Waterhall, St. Michael, £5 to be
paid by four monthly instalments
or two months’ imprisonment
with hard labour for selling six
bananas for six cents to Warren



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Hill, St. Michael yesterday fell
from a_ breadfruit tree in Bel-
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injuries. Mr. George Spencer
(Scoutmaster) who was nearby
immediately rendered First Aid,
sent for the Ambulance and took
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THE HUGH M. BEST

some Barbados plantations

and others vs. Percy G, Seales |
and others Chancery suit in which the administration of |

is at issue, was continued yes

terday by the Hon. the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-
more, and adjourned until September 24.

In this case, Seales and the
gthers are charged with being in
possession of property which be-
long to both parties. In the Bill
of Complaint they are alleged to
have sold some of the property
without making any statement to
H. M. Best and his party about
the money obtained from the sales.

Yesterday after hearing, Mr
G, H. Adams, counsel for Seales,
argued that the case should not be
continued then as the other side
had come into the Court of Equity
and stated that they were trustees
for other people’s money they had
spent; and when Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., for Best, asked per-

mission to amend the Bill of
Complaint, the Vice Chancellor
gave a ruling.

Amendments
Amendments to the Bill of

Complaint will be proceeded with
and the plaintiffs, Hugh Best and
others, must pay the costs of yes-
terday’s hearing and argument.

The plantations for the purchase
of which Best and others claim
that the money was provided by
both parties are Lascelles, St
James; Four Hill, St. Peter; Mt
Prospect, Colleton and Trent,

Seales and the other defendants
deny that each of the sugar plan-
tations was bought by its respec-
tive purchasers as trustees for the
Barbados Progressive Society and
not otherwise,

They are of the opinion that the
plantations are not the property
of either party, nor does the money
belong to either of them on joint
account or otherwise.

Making his ruling, the Hon.
The Vice Chancellor said that in
tis view the case should proceed
with the amendments to the Bill
of Complaint with a certain com-
pliance,

He could not see that where
there was a claim as there was in
the Bill of Complaint as it was,
that the whole of the series of
transactions could be taken to-
gether

Therefore, in so far as the then
Bill of Complaint was concerned,
the Court would proceed with the
hearing of the matter as related
to Colleton and Trent in which
the same parties were involved,
The others had to be made in|
separate Bills of Complaint with
the possibility of consolidation,

although it might not be neces-
sary to go into that for the
first two which they would pro-
ceed to hear and deal with.

The Bill of Complaint should better
be amended asking for a declara-
tion as to the position of Trust.

Mr, Reece is instructed by Car-
rington and Sealy and Mr. Adams
by Haynes and Griffith,

Bewildered

Before hearing Mr, Adams and
Mr. Reece, The Hon. the Vice
Chancellor said that he had to
confess he was somewhat bewil-
dered by the position of the suit
with regards the point mentioned
about the joiner action.

Mr. Adams said that im any
event he would submit that it
should not continue. He would

submit that it was not a case that
could be corrected by amendment
Judgment should be given for the
Defendant, Seales and others, and
it should be upon them for the
other side to bring a case as trus-
tees

Both of the pleadings had to be
rewritten and it was for that
reason that he was making his
submission,

The Trust deeds had
ecuted by all of them.

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As soon as the trustees were
in there was no argument, They
had come before the Court saying
that making certain admissions
and at the same time said they
received money from A, B, and C.

“The Plaintiffs themselves are
saying they are trustees,” he
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they are asking to say, ‘Make a

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His side were perfectly pre-

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legal. The plaintiffs were not
trustees,
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amend the Bill of Complaint.



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The collecting of clothing and

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Jamaica hurricane victims, is
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warden of St. Michael told the

Advocate yesterday. The response |

to the appeal for this help has
been splendid, he said. The col-
lecting centre is Queen’s Park.

A hurricane relief committee
was set up by the Churchwarden
with the assistance of Mr, H. H.
Williams of the Y.M.C.A., after a'
cable had been received by the
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ple of Bridgetown.” }

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clyde; Lady Collymore, Collymore!
Rock; Mrs. Ullyett, Black Rock;|
Rev. Harold Lane, St, Martin, St.|
Philip. i

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yesterday

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Volunteers

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organised to do the sorting and)
packing of the items received, It)
would be appreciated, it was said,
if merchants who were sending}
packing cases would send along
the covers and straps.

Messrs, R. M, Jones & Co., Ltd.,
agents for the Colombie have
written to the representatives in
Guadeloupe said Mr, Williams,!
asking for permission to send re-
lief packages from here to Jamai-
ca free of charge.

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— HIM « {a vane pRorecTNG : a
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gf TET eae Haliboran e 550 x 17 BICYCLE ..
Res 5s | 450 x 18 2x 1%
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The nicest way of taking 450 x 21 2 x 1%
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
J; Wade by ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON ECKSTEIN Bros.
iM a Vth > Bay Street — Distributors — Dial 4269
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i

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER







CLASSIFIED ADS.



EE EEE EL ee

ll, 1951

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents pet agate Nhe on week-days
and 12 cents per agate tine un Sundays,
| minimum charge $1.50 on wWeek-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.







For Births, Morriage ar Engagement i
Mnouncements im Carib Calling the FOR SALE |
charge is $3.00 for any number of words Minimum charge week cents ,
&p to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| 98 cents SuNdays 24 ona ae oa REAL ESTATE }
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 words 3 centa a word week—4 cents a)
between § 50 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death werd on Sundays;
Notices only after 4 p.m. HOUSE—One Board and shingled |

The charge for

Births, Marriages, Deaths,

additional word.

FORTHCOMING WEDDING

announcements of
Acknowl-+
edgements, and ‘n Memoriam notices is
7 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays

any number a) words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word en Sundays for each

house in good condition for sale. 15x9-3 |
Apply to Mrs, Olga Holder, Endeavour
in perfect Street, St. John B.W.1
order. Price $1,250. Telephone .
11.9.51—8n The undersigned
pa ition at their Office, No. 17,
CAR—One Chr al Car in first | High | » Bridgetown, on Friday, the
clout apaer ett eae ota Taxi, | 2/st Gay of September, 1951, at 2 p.m.:—
Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce|, 9 ACRES 3 ROODS 26 PERCHES 0!

Ww wf ‘i aes land (formerty part of a place calloc
catherhead Limited, 5-9 .B—6,2-0 Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy

CAR—One ‘Prefect 10 h.p.
will offer for sale at

— | CAR—Buick Straight ht. J-1 in| TOSether with the messuage or dwelliny
MARWOOD — SHARP: Mr. D. C._L.| good order, Appiy, SS stale house thereon known as “BENTHAMS”

Marwood and Miss J. M. B, . The Guinea John. Dial vas: end the outbuildings thereto.

marriage will take place at ridge, 8.9.51—6n, | , The dwelling-house contains Ope:

Kent on September

“Red Cottage” Hadlow Road, Tonbridge

anc Jean Margaret Burrington Younger
F. Sharp

copied from Dally
Telegraph, Wednesday August 29th 1951.)
11.9.51—1n

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G
of Barbados B.W.I.
(Announcement

IN MEMORIAM

————————
FOSTER: In loving memory of my Step-
father George Evan Foster who cied

on 10th September 1950.
Rest eternal grant him,
After weary fight,

Shed on him the radiance
Of Thy heavenly light
Manning and Family

Colin

11 9 51—1n,





$$$ —

The public are hereby warned against
S.ving credit to my wife MARION
WEEKES inee Thorne) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed by

me
ERICK WEEKES,
Congo Road,
St Philip
11.9. 51—2n



PUMLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-day+
@nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

NOTICE

This serves to inform the public that
I have not seen nor heard of the where-
abouts of my wife CLAUDINE GREEN-
IDGE (nee Jones) formerly of Charnocks,
Christ Chureh for the past twelve years,
and it is my intention to remarry in the

near future
ROBERT GREENIDGE,
Kirtons, St. Philip





11.8.51—3n

_
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Gloria A. Samuels
holder of Liquor License No. 214 of 1951
granted to her in respect of a 2-storey
wall building at Fairchild Street, St.
Michael, for permission to use said liquor
license at a 2 storey wall building in
River Road, St. Michael,
Deted this 7th day of September 1951
To: E, A. McLEOD, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’,
GLOR#A A. SA

‘Applicant
N.B.—This application will be ore
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A” on Monday the

17th day of September 1951 at 11 o'clock
alm

E. A, McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
11.9.51—1n

Lt Re
THE COLERIDGE SCHOOL

will begin at the Coleridge
School on the 18th of September. Per-
ents of new pupils will be interviewed
at 10 a.m. on the 17th at the School
J. S. YEARWOOD,
Headmaster (Ag.)
11.9.51—2n

YF FIBSISSSSESSSSSS9909995,

THE TURTLE SHOP

MARINE HOTEL
“UNUSUALITIES”
1.9.51—1n

remosennsenenscnet a
FURNITURE
AUCTION

LOWER GREYS

CHRIST CHURCH
Beyond Boarded Hall Police
Station

We are fayoured with instruc-
‘tions from the Executors of the
late A.F.A. Bishop Esq., to
pepe of all very fine

y and other Furniture
and Effects as listed below. Sale
on Wednesday 12th September
at 11,30 a.m.



Viewing morning of Sale from
9 a.m.

1940 Dodge Sedan, 24,000 miles.
In excellent condition (to be sold
between 1 & 2 p.m.

All the following in Mahogany
—Single Ended Couch, Hat
Stand, Berbice Chair, Morris
Suite (Couch, 2 Rockers, 2 Arm
Chairs), Dining Tabie (seat 14-16)
12 Dining Chairs, Serving Table,
Pie Crust Tip-Top Table, Swivel
Office Chair, Tea Trolley (with
fide ffaps), China | Ca b
Liquor Cabinet, Sideboard, Sérv-
ing Table (Plate Glass Top),
3 Tier Cake Stand, C'tail and
Coffee Tables, Plant Stands,
Drop Leaf Table, Pr. Occasional
Tables, Screens, Trays, Towel
Racks, Pr. Single Fleds (Vono
Springs), Triple Mirror Dressing
Table, Large Wardrobe with
long Mirror, Book Ends. All the
above in Mahogeny.

Grand Piano (John Broadwood
and Son), Electric Sewing
Machine (American National)
Phoenix Electric Vacuum Cleaner
(as new}, Several Kitchen and
other Tables, Larders, Cedar
Wardrobe, Marble Topped Wash- |
stands and Ware, Port Top Desk,
Pine Linen Press, Folding Canvas
and Deck Chairs, Upright Chairs.
Marble Topped ‘ables, Dieal
Linen Press, Coolerator, Mirrors,
Chiming Clock, Carpet, Iced
Water Container, 4 Single Hair
Mattresses, Pillows, Feed Bin.

Wood and Coal Stove, won
Safe on Stand, 8 Good Galvanized
Tron Buckets, Good Assortment
Glassware and China, Excellent
heav, Silver Plate. All in new
condition, Tee Bucket, C'tail
Shaker, Canteen Fish Knives,
Forks and Servers, 12 Dessert
Knives aod BRC, iS bee
Spoons, & Table ooNs. inner

and Forks, 12 Breakfast
Forks

Knives
Knives and

Coffee ond Téa Spoons, Cake
Forks, 2 Sets Carving Knives and
Forks, Gravy Ladle, Crumb Tray.
Several Pairs
and Drill

Assorted Linen,
good Linen, Tweed
Suits, Morning Suit, Hats, Boots,
Shirts, Aertex Underwear, Mise
Kitchen Utensils, and many other
useful articles,

Light Refreshments Available
CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER.



AUCTIONEERS

John. Biadsan
| & co.

A.F.8., F.V.A.
Phone 4640

15th 1951 between
David Christopher Laborde, elder son ot
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Marwood of the



Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing |
Morris Minor 2 and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitch>> |
Door Saloon, low mileage and in excel. |" Pantry



lert ition. The house is wired for Electricity
tae ‘Fora Prefect, excellent condition, Ut the current is not tured in,
at reasonable price. | although the Company's wires pass |

1949 Kaiser Sedan

under 6,000 miles. , Within close proximity |
Like new. ;

Inspection any day except Sunda~s,

1935 Ford V8 Tourer Suitable for between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 pom

making Pick-up, Cheap Rg tg 3 pecsoulety and conditio 1s
i Morris Six Saloon. FO! of sale, apply to:—

GARAGE LTD. Telephone Wore COTTLE, CATFORD & co

.9.51—In 7.9.51—Ta

——— ——————_
IMMEDIATE delivery Morris Minor The undersigned will offer for Sale at

4+ Door Saloons in Black, Blue, Green | Public competition at their Office, No.
and Grey. 10 Cwt, Morris Cowley |/7; High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
| Pick-Up Trucks, Morris 1%—2 Ton | the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 36
Light Delivery Trucks with all steel |P-â„¢.
body if desired. yours while| THE COTTAGE GiFT SHOP, standing
they last and before prices rise. or 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD., the Barbados Aquatic Club, together
| Telephone 4504. with the Goodwill and Assets of the





8.9.51—7n, | UMSiness, now carried on under the
i ctaticintenclamttie above name.

MOTORCYCLE—One Speed Twin Tri- INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-
umph Motorcycle 5 H.P. in first class | @a9s, and Fridays, between the hours of
condition very littie used, apply: CECIL|4 and 6 p.m. on application on the
| JEMMOTT, 33 Brond $t., over Knight's | Premises







|Phone 4563 11.9.51—2n For further particulars, and conditions

of sale, ae to:

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.
POULTRY 31 8.51—23n.
POULTRY: Imported New Hampshire The un ed will offer
and Rhode Island Pullets and Cock- ublie rains at their oS id
erels 4 rmonths dld, yn Foster, Hughen- Re High Street, B wn, on lay
den, Barbarees Rd. 11.9.5:- 2n! the 14th day of ember, 1951 at 2
p.m.:—

MECHANICAL The two-storied Dwellinghouse known

as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon
the same stands and thereto belonging,
containing by admeasurement 6,422



SPORTS CYCLE — One (1) Lady's
“Humber” Sports Cycle—Cheap for cash.







Appl’: Newsam & Co. 8.9.51—2n, | Square feet or thereabouts, situate at
10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael,

MISCELLANEOUS Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
| L. L, Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2786.

COFFEE—Fresh shipment of this For further particulars and condition:

favoured Brand of Liptons French Coffee
will now be had from your grocer.
ui 11.9.51—2n

ee

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New,
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights
City Pharmacy.

CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—N.E.D

IVY LODGE—Wwy Road, with three

Price’ bedrooms, toilet and bath upstairs

11.851 oak Good place to keep a dairy or other

cnet’ business. Time for inspection every

day from 9 a.m. to 11 m. and 2 p.m

Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696." - Clarke on the premises, 9.9.51—2n

8.9.51—t-f.n. | "LOWER GREYS HOUSE, Christ Church.

Standing on 3 Acres 25% Perches of land,
with the Outbuildings thereto

The DWELLINGHOUSE contains one
open and | closed Verandah, Drawing and
\Dining Rooms, Office, 4 Large Bedrooms,
toilet and Bath, large Kitchen, and
Buttrey.

The Company's Water as well as
private Water Nill,

Telephone, Garage for 4 Cars, 4
Servant’s Rooms with Toilet and Baths
Cattle, and Poultry Pens.

Offers in writing will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday, the
25th inst. at 4 p.m. The vendor does
not bind itself to accept the highest, o1

of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE,

Remember and add to your Xmas
Gifts, Collins Shaving bowls, in a
Bekelite case. Reduced from 8/- to 6/-
Obtainable at KNIGHT'S LTD.

9.9.51—2n

SE
‘UNIMET MAJOR'—Constructional Angle
makes absolutely Rigid Steel Framework.
From a few packets of ‘UNIMET MAJOR’
you can canstrucrt Bénches, Storage,
Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for
Light Buildings, scaffolding and other
useful equipment. Available from Stock,
contact

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











Dial 3713—4566. 4.9.51—n. | Diy offer
Inspection any day on application ov
~ the premises.
LOST A FOUND For further particulars and conditions
‘of sale, apply to:—
No. It, High, Street
No. 17, Hig! reet,
LOST Bridgetown.
_-__O 11.9.51—3n
SHADES—Pair of plastic shades in
Between Bonk Hall. Hagie Hall ancl inte
ween nl . gle Hall and White
Hall Roads, Finder return C. R. Cum- AUCTION
berbatch, Customs, Wharf. Reward
offered. 11.9.51—2n

AT CUSTOMS
llth September at 12.30
1_ will sell by

AUCTION SALE
On Tuesday
oclock at the Customs,



WANTED





Auction 75 Cartoons of Paraffin Wax,
(6) Six Deal Planks, and 2 Pkgs. con-
taining 12 eartoons of Cigarettes.
HELP Terms strictly CASH. D'ARCY A,
., Govt. Auctioneer. oa is
Aan Gbercae. 9.51—4n
i iret oes AND TYPIST,
w as previous experience. Begin-
ners need not apply. A. 8, Bryden & UNDER THE SILVER
Sens (B'dos) Ltd. 6.9.51—t.f.n. HAMMER



SHOP— CHAPEL ST
Or THURSDAY the 20th we will sell

MISCELLA

NEOUS one Shop Building with 2 roofs veer
RGAN—Sma with galvanise iron, situated at the
ne Barna "AMER geen, ee, corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near

No. 530 Swan Street, or Phone 2121 Plantations Ltd Sale 2 o'clock

9.9.51—2n | TEKMS CASH.
———_______________ | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
UNFURNISHED Room and kitchenette Auctioneers

ony district, From Noy. Ist. Rent $12.00
per month. Reply X Y Z Advocate ad-
vertising Dept. 11.9.51—2n

WILL BUY Old Gold and _ Silver UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

11.9.51—3n



Watch Cases, Rings, Bangles, broken By instructions received I will sell on
Jewellery ete, Call or dial 4429, Gorringes | Friday September 14th at Messrs. Chel-
Antique Shop. 9.8.51—3n.| sea Garage Ltd., Pinfold St. (1) Stan-
dard Vanguard. Practically new, only

w. ED TO RENT done 1,000 miles (Damaged in accident)

. WAREHOUSE: TO RENT. In br}Sale at 2 p.m. Terms Cash. Vincent
around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Ltd.,; Griffith, Auctioneer. 9.9.51 —4n.

2.9.51—t.f.n.





UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

By instructions received from Mrs.
Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot
at Afry Hill, Saint Joseph on Wednes-
day next 12th September at 2 p.m

FOR RENT

charge week 72 cents and.

96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24| Cre Aoinie roofed house size 20 % 10
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a) iyo) x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash.
word on Sundays; D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
HOUSES 5.9.81—Bn.



CLIFTON FERRACE—To an approved

tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
modern conveniences. Apply Fe preemie z

LITTLE HAMILTON, St.

ADVERTISE
IN THE



Lawrence



Gap. Unfurnished, 3 bedrooms, toilet, ;
upstairs, Breakfast room, bath, kitchen, AD VOCA TE
downstairs. No children, no dogs.

Dial 814. 11.9.51—1n 5

“WHITESANDS", St. Lawrence Gap

Fully furnished, from ist October. For
particulars—Dial 8222, 11.9.51 -t.f.n,

WEST RAY, Garden Land, Ch. Ch.
From October Ist, 1951. Sitting room,
dining room and 3 bedrooms with water
and built-in cupboards. Garage and ser-
vents room. Apply to Miss D. Corbin,
Maynards, St. Peter. 9.9.51—3n

FOR RENT ON ING LEASE
ONE LY B BUNGALOW on
St. James Coast (7 miles from town).
Fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
and toilet. All modern conveniences.
Private Beach, good sea bathing. Dial

NOTICE

to the

PARISHIONERS
of























ite etm 8 = OT MICHAEL =
! %

i The Vestry of St. :

Plane Tene Goeaetes wee | ; Michael will appreciate $
Cover Good arian ‘at ‘ine |[{3 it if all owners of Trees, :

CARIBBEAN STAMP eTY
3rd Floor,



No. Swap St.

which are over-hanging
Highways, and so shad-
ing the rays of Street
Lamps, will co-operate
by either trimming these

Lei Good FURNITURE

Make your Home and ~
Office more attractive! :

Bedsteads, Beds, Cradles,
Springs, Sidernils, Laths, Ward-
robes, Bureaus, Linen Presses,
Washstands, Nightchairs, Exten-
sion and other Dining, Kitehén &
Radio Tables—Larders, Waggons,
~China, Kitchen & Bedroom
Cabinets,

MORRIS, Tub and Rush Furni-
ture, Morris Spring and Spring-
like Cushions $4.50 up—Sloping '
and Flat Top Desks; Bookracks,
Bookcases.

L. S. WILSON



trees themselves, or by
giving the necessary per-
mission for them to be
trimmed, so that the full
benefit of the light can be
obtained.



E. C. REDMAN,



| Plantations Building





SPRY ST.
DIAL 4069

Clerk, St. Michael’s
Vestry.






TRONS



19 8i—2n |

‘

:
:

SOOVOOT?

BARBAROS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG | B'dos Holds
In Carlisle Bay

Yacht Marsaltese, M.V Daerwood, Sch



ga oom S.. Seh. Franklyn D. R
Se rtac, Sch. Rosarene, Sch. Luctiie Ys, 2 Py N
M. Smith, Sch. Marion Belle W .MYV h F ?
Precise Sch Harriet Whittaker. M v S irley Gi al 7 he Hero
eae Seh. Frances W. Smith, SS
Mario C.. SS Alcoa Point , I \ c
Aman By DUDLEY F. BARROW

S.S. P. & T_ Seafarer. 4,769 tons net
Capt. Pettersen, from Curacao
Schooner Lindsyd 11, 36 tons net, Capt



| Randalls Island was at once trans-



Barrow, himself



for a Cricket

o settle their

a

Empire and
arm cricketer

who is now resident in U.S.A.

in a recent

cricket match between Barba-

cans. Here is

4 graphic account of his bat
ting by a sports reporter of

Ee eae sear tiniaue ie sided, and a bright and sunny sky comfortably tempe
|eons, trom St. Lucia. by balmy breezes, provided the atmosphere
_— Cane Sin FORROM e game at Randalls Island on Sunday last. An All Barbados
Lucia, , eleven met an All Jamaica aggregation t
ot eee Mark: 38 tons nets! annual battle for supremacy.
ear DEPARTURES ) mame yeate ego this game creat-
. Student, 4443 tons net, Capt considerable interest and en- '
Pemberton. for Antigua. thusiasm and great crowds would Shirley Gill,
Drijver, oo hate laa a journey to andalls Island to Barbados left
ont? .€ L R. rans. 41 tons net.) Watch this highly competitive
pt. Tannis, for St. Vincent. |match. It was the occasion of was the hero
Capt cae ee Veoe net.’ much festivity and insular spirits
Robertson, for Grenada" "CHP Ne Cestenio was reached in | att and Sefuat
son, fo jrenada “res ° fas reached in
M.V. Canadian Constructor, 3,936 tons! 1947 when Intereolonial players
net, Capt. Wallace, for St. Lucia | were imported for the game and the Amsterdam

News, Dudley
a Barbadian.



Jea To Draw SHIPPING
In U.S.A. Cricket Game

THE HEAT and humidity of the past week had sub-|

|

jformed into Lord's, England. |
In Touch with Barbados | Since then, however, popular jry- |} em | |
terest in the game waned to an .
Coastal Station | alarming extent, and fading hope Bailey w ho dismissed seven Bar-|
CABLE & WIRELESS (wW.t.) Lta.| for its survival was evident. On adians for only 56 runs. Conster-
advise that they can now communicate | Sunday last, officials and fans "&tton enveloped the batting side
with the following ships through their | alike agreed that the game play- wher defeat seemed certain, An-
Barbados Coast Station : - : 4 4 other wicket fell with little change |
$.S. Golfito, ss. Agriguani, s.s.| @4 revived all the interest and in the score, when Capt. Gill took
Akaroa, $.s. Argentine, s.s. Silverbriar.|enthusiasm of yesteryear The over. With serious meth he up-|
. s ‘
Ea teen canoe 2s ce ee dogged determination _ Of the plied himself to the task of avoid-
Alcoa Corsair, s.8, ‘Clelia Campanelia,| P!ayers and the refreshing indul- ing the pending disaster. Another
8-8. Sunjewel, s.s. Pygmaligy, s.s | 8ences of the star performers. wicket fell and the exultation of
Sundale, s.s. Freecrest, s.s _Afriean En-/ electritied the fans and recalled the crowd was spontaneous. ‘The
at Ses 5. ae. : 8 dea aes familiar scenes and anecdotes game wss no doubt wrapped up
Fort Amherst, 3.8. Thetis, s.s. Sunetta Although the a abaw sor the Jamaicans. Robinson, the
6.5. Attila, 5.8. Starstone, 8.8. Luigi, ough the resuit was a draw, last man to come to the wicket
s.s. Vampa, s.s. Speaker, s.s. Rio}it Was undoubtedly a moral vic- joined Capt. Gill and here was

tory for the Barbados Eleven. The



Orinoco, 8. Noravind, s.s. Rio de ia ‘ r
yi A. 5.8 Lae Honduras, s.s./| Jamaicans batted first and it was

orthern Sun, s.s ascogne, 8.8. S.]j a a a- as .
Teresa, S.S. Mareala, s.s. Willemstad immediately apparent that Barba games in recent y

dos intended to make short work
of their dismissal. Kenneth
Weekes, Star bat of the Jamaican
side gave an easy chance to
Braithwaite before he had reached
double figures.

%.5. Alcoa Pioneer,
Federal, ss. Ockittrick
Grorland, s.s. Scholar,
¢.8. Maria De Larrinaga, s.s. Aicao

Pennant, $.8. Andreina Marsano, ss

batting as if by i
played each ball,
attempts to score,
ed away at every
the Jamaican bowl

8.8. Dolores,
Hills,

s.s Student

ss
ss



witnessed as fine a piece of strate-
gy as has been seen in any local

ears. Robinson,
nstructions, just
with periodical
while Gill blast-
thing offered by
ers.

Bailey and Russell had become

This error cost Barbados the : :
ana ‘ seonre red after capturing four wicket
matc h, as Weekes went on to score for 30 runs, and three for 40, re-
MAIL NOTICE 37 runs and to become top scorer tattle. end Wanker boy ak
{ his side, Shirley Gill, Capt. of spectively, and Weekes two for If,
. = hele . "Barbados Other assorted bowlers pege
Mails for British Guiana by the Sch the Barbados cadens haar : bate a
D’Ortac_ will be closed at the Genera! side bowled re- "Way yet these two batsmen, %u
Post Office as under :— markably well their determination to stay brought

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 12



Armtrican Trader

the spectators to their feet in wil

Tic "weptembar iy at 12.15 p.m. on rene Ss excitement and anxiety. The bats-
F runs. “His per- men remained calm, Robinson

formance with bunting’ and Gill blasting The

See eee > the ball recalled century _ was reached. J Darkness

his achieve- Ws setting fast, but Capt Gill

saw the possibility

GOVERNMENT NOTICE







of making ju

are a , Baia 26 runs to win, The race againsi

he wrecked time was on and the strategy con-

n . teams in Van- Unued. However, with the score

VACANT POST OF MEDICAL Cortlandt Park 4t 114 runs, the Umpires declared
OFFICER OF HEALTH, | with his spins, the game ended F

BARBADOS, B.W.I. -urves. and Spectators ran out on the field

ee balls of delayed Md lifting Robinson and Gill aloft,

Applications are invited for haction. The Ja- brought them to the Pavilion amid

the post of Medical Officer of iapaiead fanines cheers. s
Health at the Speightstown closed for 125 Thus ended the Annual c Assi
Health Centre which will serve runs. when at Randalls Island, The general



the six northern parishes of satisfaction of the
Barbados, covering a population

of some sixty thousand people.

Capt. Bailey de-

8S. Gill
slared with one wicket to spare.
After the Luncheon period, Bar-

season. The
2. The salary of this whole- Touring Team
time post which is pensionable

is in the scale $4,320 x 240—

bados took the wicket. Jamaica to

was confident that with a deter-



take ;n a selection of the rest
New York, on Sunday, Sept. 2

crowd will no

doubt creditably affect the two re.
maining games at the Stadium this
New York Cricket

wil)
of

Bermuda

the Montserrat

Club will entertain a West Indian

; } mined attack, the Barbadian met re
$4,800 (British West Indian] ojeven could not equal their score, and on Labor Day
dollars), Salary subject to de-|anq they set out to prove it. The C l eta
ductions of hh tn a under} attack was opened by Russel and Eleven from Boston,
Widows’ and rphans’ ension Seen anmnenmed
Act unless wholly or partially .
exempt by membership of a SEAWELL
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension
Scheme in another Government

















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PAGE EIGHT

‘N. Marshall Top Scores In Trial Gam

Frank King, Horace King ~
Baffle Island Batsmen

NORMAN MARSHALL topscored with a brilliant 63
for the Barbados team in the Trial Game at the Bay on Sun-
day afternoon. In reply to 274 made by The Rest XI, the
island side made 151.

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Frank King, pace bowler for
the Rest, gave an excellent per-
formance. He got the ball to lift
on many occasions, He sent down
nine overs and took three wickets
for 15 runs. H. King, slow left arm
bowler, also gave a good _ per-
formance. He took three for 35

When play began on Sunday Grant
t 3

of Management of

the Barbados Cricket Association and Lawless went to the wic-

will meet to-day (Tuesday) at Ket to continue the first innings

the Challenor Stand ; for The Rest Grant was 18
The Board will ~ discuss the not out while Lawless had not

conditions obtaining at the Oval i eepeed. aie She ae + eo

7 " ee . . Ey , Vas 55 for 1e loss of seven

after rain and consider means Of wickets. as

draining the g Ss .
aining the grounds. this partnership yielded 80 runs

Amendments to rules of the before it was broken. Grant was
West Indies Cricket Contro] jo Caught by the wicket-keeper off
allow the sending of reports of the bowling of Eric Atkinson for
meetings to member colonies, ® well played 54. The remaining

batsmen took the total to 274, Law-
less caught by Holder off the bowl-
ing of Atkinson and Bowen 14 not

distribution of profits from over-
seas tours and the question of
increasing the Barbados liability



on tours to the West Indies will ot k y , P
come up for consideration, Atkinson had sent down 12
Aes on the Agenda ie the ques- ZY, 208 tok two wickets for
tion of recommending to the 34. Holder captured two for 61
General Meeting the raising o and Branker three for 67, Mar-
at ationhe Me whe ee 1 shall, breaking his maiden spell,
re ea _ Bw One es took one for 26. Of nearly 11
ete Ast aoe) le 2aTDAGOS overs only five were maidens
Seay see LON The Barbados side was only

able to make 151 and of this Nor-
man Marshall knocked up 63 and
Gordon Proverbs 50, both in fine
style

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atermediate Cricket

Windward Score
Outright Victory

WINDWARD scored an outright victory over Mental
Hospital on Saturday, the last day in the fourth series ot
Intermediate Cricket matches. Windward won by 17 runs.
G. Springer and C. Williams were the only batsmen who
showed some resistance to the steady bowling of H. Farmer
who took five of the Mental Hospital wickets for 36 runs
fs Mn Mental Hospital’s second innings which ended at
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s . runs Empire Second Innings
*. ~
Appleyard His 200 lapse were the two Kings who G. Springer who went at number 8. Bourne b McComie 18
kept good lengths throughout. SIX in the batting order knocked : Ta Hie & b McComie 20
a4 - ° s, rec wer , 3 Tw é Nor pec Ps s
BOB APPLEYARD, 27-year- The scores were as follow: up or [wo of the Mental Hos- » Reiraenss bc Wout +
old Yorkshireman, became tne » inne. BARR IBS, RINGS ; apie vatsmen failed to get off the C. Smith b C. Wood 6
first bowler to take 200 wickets Cc. Alleyne ¢ wkpr, Smith, b — A M. Jones not out 16
. : Mullins - On the first day of play Wind- E. Amory c¢ Morris b N. Wood 6
in his first full season when he |, aa oe : ’ ward batting first scored 127 C. Prescod b N. Wood 0
dismisseq the last two M.C.C. bats- ® Hutchinson c K. Walcott b a a 2 st scored 127 runs {. Harris not out 10
i Branker 25 and Mental Hospital replied wit! E :
men at Scarborough L. Birkett b Holder 54 79. Wi a ses ; ath extras 1
\ 2 79. indward i heir s is 2
When Wardle got rid of Griffiths C. Best b Branker 0 ‘ ” r Second ir eka
: ae 8 : c x iS A. Atkins 1.b.w. Hoider g mings scored 51. Total (for 7 wickets) 114
and Freddie jrown, Appleyard CG ‘Geaakidne ¢ Bieverbe, © Set with 98 runs for victory iv
had to take the last two wickets to _ Branker 52 Mental Hospital were dismissed BOWLING ANALYSIS
reach his target. b yr it ce w.k. (Hunte) b ‘i for 83 runs. At Bank Hall Em- o M R&R WW
Hall was caught off Appleyard 8 :° Tawlees 6 d3bidet, b Atkinson 44 pire has gained a first innings C Gistens ‘ 12
first ball by skipper Norman Yard- Kk. Bowen not out 144 lead over Spartan. Batting first K Sealy ge 18
ley, who tanned his face with his 4 King l.bo.w. Marshall o Empire scored 162 in their first E. McComie 9 2 1
cap in obvious relief at holding the © eerie et 2 innings and Spartan in their first ©. Wood 7 2
catch. innings were all, out for 120, - Wood 2 3 2
Freddie Trueman caught Tat- Total 2 O. S.C oppin who went at number © Morris 2 9
+f 7 nine in the batting order was WA PRERS
t ; . ite a as NDERERS vs *K WIC
tetsah off te ah ball sen Fall of wickets; 1—2, 2—9, 3—73, 4—83, the best batsman for Spartan ents eee enaee
the fans went mad 93, 6—98, 7—164. 8—245, 9—251 sear" : 4 . vis >
Th ward ~d on to the ground BOWLING ANALYSIS topscoring with 30 and the next P'ekwiek First Innings 212
ey swarmed on to the groun aos eM RLU. ODest. batsman. was S. Parris 22. or area eee Daten AN Erna enw
as the teams trooped off, surround- 5). denaw 14 > a2 ” Pace bowlers C. Prescod bas : i wee Jordan 19
: ~ s } on xo arg : > - ag- Nich :
ing Appleyard, patting his back Atkinson 12 34 2 ged five of the wickets for 40 A Piciee 1 oa . ao
and shaking his hand. ~ oe + ; i 2 runs and C. Spooner three for M. Clarke ¢ (wk Trotter) b
Derbyshire paceman Cliff Glad- yy,)< + a > 26 runs. When. stump Br inane B. Lewis 0
; : . Marshall 10.5 § 26 1 = Ps were », olfe + j
win changed a tame finish to @ smith 3 26 drawn Empire had scored 114 hk gone t Maoadard +4
four-wicket win for North v. South ‘ BARBADOS as INNINGS runs for seven wickets in their R. Packer c Lewis b Lashley PH
7 ; x . t . unt >. Ww at Kingston when he shot out nine Qmith'b F.. King 4 W; i un gs. . : ‘ 2, MAYER dora an b Lashley 4
men for 63, in 13 overs. G. Proverbs. retired 50 Vanderers has gained a_ first }'' pitterson not out .
W. Farmer c and b H, King 1 innings lead over Pickwick when ’ writes oc "4
K. Walcott ¢ and b Bowen i2 their match ended. Winning the .
Ty’: 2 N. Marshall run out 63 toss Pickwick batte ¢ i . Tote f e ‘an
B.G. Beat Trinidad © xo kine ; toss Pickwick batted and ended otal (for 8 wickets) .... 260
K. Branker 1.b.w, F. King 0 Thi irst innings at 212 runs.
ae ; ( 1ere was play c¢ the LIN
a _ 2 A. Holder ¢ and b H. King , é no Play on € BOWLING _—
"7 C Bradshaw run out, ® derers scored 269 runs for the R. Clarke 14 6 28
(From Our Own Correspondent) Extras 5 Joss of eight wickets in reply to @: Lashley 9 3 = 2
GEORGETOWN, BG. Total is1 Pickwick’s first innings score, i pean, . 4 a 3
se d a & 5
Sept. 10: : ' R. Packer missed his century J, Goddard 3 ; 13 1
enor conor gon oat ; Fall of winketd 3 46.4 57 —— runs but his 94 was a big A. Trotter 4 21
win the second hockey match 25, a1, 3 1elp to his team. Next best bais- G. Moore 6 oe 1
‘ “inids cutive intent’ BOWLING ANALYSIS . * S ats = evely ; 7
against Trinidad yesterday after- + ANALYSIS = ==w man was D. Mayers 44 and B. D Ev yn 2 13
noon with a last minute goal by pF King 92 3 #18 3 Rolfe 36. v od 3 25
Claire Mittleholzer on the G.F.C. Grent 3 8 Regiment also got three points REGIMENT vs. CABLE & WIRELESS
ground, thus clinching the series. Bowen 13 > chieae } from Cable & Wireless as they :
» game | star q eas ‘ nos PY iegime: 9
Before the game sasted both ae : ing 5 17 bowled them down for 87 runs in Peatnient: Jah pines i eae 12
teams were _ presentec 0 he -Giseniae 5 97 reply to theiy scor . 199 E 1 ¢
; " 7 N r score of 122 in Rk. Matthéws, ce. Crawford
Governor. The match was a their first innings k ‘has :
: ; gs. ». Richard 8
personal triumph for Dorothy Regiment went on again and ® McKenzie I.b.w. b. Watts 7
Milan who “icebey a brilliant dis- What's On scored 151 rung for the loss of RQ’ | pwiess ‘- Garvie ay att ;
ny 70% ; 4 arris, atts 5
play in goa seven wickets. V. Bispham was k. Croney, l.b.w. b. Watts 21
+43 : t was not out 56. Best bowler C. Gilkes b. Clarke 2
British Guiana scored within T d , : : : 2
5 . Ys » . ine) o- ot C. Lawless, c. Brathwaite
the first five minutes with a shot Oo ay ro fee nee & ee — C. Be Glarike occ en 10
by Pamela D’Ornellas, inside left, " . ; sawless who took three wicketS y_ Frost |.b.w. b. Clarke il
= ae ; Paya, vat the Police Courts — 10.00 a.m. for 61 runs. K. Branker b. Clarke '
only to see Rita Banker beat the Court of Original Jurisdic Tn tte eae gt }
3 ceeeas aad 7 Da ce - ‘ PS eale not ou re
B.G. keeper with a beauty a few tion — 10.00 a.m. MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. WINDWARD ¥. Clarke, b. Phillips 0
minutes later. Meeti f r th Hous of AT CONGO ROAD Extras 4
The game which was full of eeting oO ie ouse Windward First Innings m7
0 Pigeon eran th a few Assembly — 3.00 p.m. Mental Hospital First Innings i” Total f
excitement see-sawed until a few ta 87
* i °o e arbados Windward Second Innings Mm
tes before the end when eeting a
minutes before he 6ena Cricket Association — Mental Hospital Second Innings
Mittelholzer scored the winner, r “ V. Boyce ¢ Atkinson b Wilkie 2 BOWLING ANALYSIS
The ground was heavy due to 4.30 be NEMAS N. Burrowes |.b.w. b H. Farmer Oo M R UW
oe J 7 x C. Williams 1.b.w. b R. Farmer 28 Phillys
rains, i 8 1 uM 1
: “No Way Out” and “The C. Best ¢ Farmer b H. Farmer 4 Richards 8 7 a
kim k Hand” — 4.45 p.m, and R. Chase b H. Farmer 4 Watts 7 Bi ea
are 8.15 G.s Lt bH,. F x si ot :
15 pom. 3. Springer Ww > armer 33 Parris l 6
Plaza (Bridgetown) “Kiss To- Rh. Rock b R. Farmer 3) Clarke ® |
M.C.C SCORE 105—1 morrow Goodbye’ 445 pom, V. Carter stpd (wk, Evelyn) b Sseath wi ‘ ; " 1s 9
* ait 2 8
and 8.40 p.m. . R Farmer 1
~ 4 Olympic “Salome, Where She J. Wiltshire c (w.k. Evelyn) b »
AGAINST CANADA Danced” and “Sin Town’ — R. Farmer one PIE a pars pe ee oat
4.30 p.m, and 8.30 p.m. _ | M. Crichlow not out S - Weatneaite cc wants b. Brana
TORONTO, Sept, 10. Roxy . eet to pemabewh C. Knight hit wicket b H. Farmer © A. Phillips b. Barnker See as
The touring English Maryle- en a ees Extras 3. R. Watts c. Croney b. McKenzie 6
3 . 7 ae 4.30 pom, and 8.80 p.m, My 3 McKenzie 6
bone cricket team scored 105 with Royal: “The Underworld Story” - D. Crawford stpd. (wk.)
the loss of one wicket during the ovand “Black Magic” — 4.30 and oe ee a Comet ere tas wikis teat ¢
° sir SEC inni 5 8.30 p.m. iG SIS ; : a SB. .+..,
start of their second innings edisied Di leutisial? ‘ioxant BOWLING ANALYSIS : fe Binder c. Lawises b. Mattansia 6
played Sunday in an_ unofficial 8.30 p.m. Se aes 7“ ‘ R WwW 1 Clarke not out ete sy|. Se
Test match with Canada’s eleven. Aquatic: “Mother Wore Tights” D. Wikia” 7 ve ; Bispham not out 56
The Britons ran up 270 ere 8.30 p.m, a. forse 2 to 48 Extras 5
day in their first innings. Canada’s H. V. Farmer Se 10 Total (fo ; y
s “ ° _ - rae a seve! rickets 5
first innings completed SUNCay, ee aa VS SPARTAN AT BANK HALI Rh seo, RAVER. Saemeee) : VO)
ended at 260, The match contin- maples iparibay Pint piahaae ie BOWLING ANALYSIS
5 a:)) ’ pe > o & A
ues Monday.—CP YESTERDAY’S Pi eenoee De memoes cp i 9 Branker ee
.. Sea : » Presco} 6 -R. Lawless ;
WEATHER REPORT | © Sore catmstrog Spon: $f BM tS
B Cc ¥. BATS N From CODRINGTON aA. Gittens > Sersmood is ‘ i 1 Kensie 7 2 15 2
avekse MAN . Rainfall; Nil W. Jemmott ¢ Barrow b Prescod 0 ; ”
Total Rainfall for Month to Ss is c Sub. b Harris 22
date: 3.69 i A Matthew Run out 12 |
‘ es 3; : Ave; 6.00 IS, ©. Coppin 1.b.w. b Spooner 30
Batting for St. John V aptiste Highest Temperature; E. McComie 1.b.w. b Spooner 17 ‘
against Melbourne in a B.C.L, fix- °F. C. Skinner not out 5
& ° .
ture aft seer S . eee nee Lowest Temperature: Total 120
an attractive runs not ou 75.0 °F. F 20 | .
Depeza hit 21 fours Wind Velocity 11 miles per BOWLING ‘SIS
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M. Knight, T. Browne, A. Suther-
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at the and C. Wood took four wickets for

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ESTABLISHED 1895 1EP 1'RiCK rrrf CKN ~ Britain Cuts Off Iran 8 From Sterling Areas ItIM I VSIM. Ill HIII4 V>i M'"l Iran Prepares Oil Ultimatum LONDON, Sept 10 JJRITAIN in a sweeping economic crackdown cut off Iran's supply of dollars from sterling bloc sources Monday and forbade her from buying scarce goods from this country The step came as P-emier Mohammed Mossa degh prepared to send Pritain an ultimatum Tues dmy demanding that Britain negotiate the oil crisis on Iran's terms or get ts personnel out of Iran The crackdown .* %  %  % %  i". tinBritiah Tn I.I %  ]to.ii|J wai nation ihsod had nm only failed to material! mem ndn.ilk was paying out on UM Tn Iranian n iraaa, i' futlhennore tl %  %  and thai the funeral %  Kuatlon Ir i r.p CUBAN PRESS WANTS BAGASSE NEWSPRINT II \t VN V A joiul n-lmi..it lu the ( iau t. t'lluri* la start a nawassfun IllllllfUl i iii (uiii. aaaai ("J< lu. been pre*, nlcl b v 15 or ihr Ugfeal nawi aassata .tftd turituhuK III the Inland. On the aaati af geawaa%  traaiean and pmofli -hat have been Bfeaaarted, asej *4ld. lhr> are convinced thai the manuf icluir el nftralirlnt and eelluluse Irani I caw*4 t* feasible In Cub*. raaj nr.ni thai in",. aaaaid IMn 4 *ide for the rstahlisl.meni of a news[ %  .mi lndustr> ,i -mm .i pisalbh it i p .; COMMl MSI ARMIES READ\ M)lt ATTACK EIGHTH AK.MY I IS. K report? %  IMM up an %  :• )U OVW H k in the clogging Ri i.. %  I %  da} tfll i>: United N it an important h'M aotltiv Pvonggung at tin after a min and than ; atartad a nee lull poalUoi — V P. rriinuMi Deterndned ToKeepAiclieaoa \* Secretan 01 SUrte WAS].. : n ned 1 %  aval to-d %  %  %  %  The h l si %  be Hew back to M tna week*i journa Big 3 ForeignMinisters Open Conference 1'runi \ll tjitntt't Britain's Rearmament Ten Got Lifo ]> ro g r anmi<' I [eld Up I*' Sentences Pa pagos'Party Is Favourite IN ATHENS %  u tin.) rot I i| ires him to tt. %  conferenc i ourl. darn dni .. i in a %  have been attacking h The Pfl with Acheson to— TI '^.V S ^Manrier! A, ,u S011 bv lc1, ' ,; i %  %  Yam i Truman has long \ %  i ic f S 1 ..: reo nl itl la %  M. %  sajtuaffle •>n w f t (tent %  mi" i. > -1-P. TO-DAYS WEATHER CHART Sunris-: 5.50 a.m. Sunset: 6.04 p.m. Me* u Hr-t tjujrter li1jtrtt"T1 COO p.m. Hi i, ride: 1.17 a.m. Low Tide: 6.54 a.m.. 7.01 p.m. War li Papagns' new Royalist ll.illy emereed today as th. bongjaat individual partv In the I'arliainentary Eleetlons. but mav fall h> win the alK>| u le majonty needed to 0*0 thi 8 counto' -i 'table Government. The ti.ul.iGreek Hally which despite rift %  wiiwen the f!9-> ear-old Marsnat and Paul Pnpaco, (d It woulrl support the King, was the centre of the National Progressive 1 owed %  untryw Id %  xipular vot ( returns, but the Itnal rotes nm Athem Indioawd ,., to and the un%  1 formed by naUonaJ progressives Ge %  ral NiehK'^ PlasUria an Harbour After Stormy Voyage France Unlikely To MaBM Produce 50 Ton Tanks (Bv \MIII\M Kl( ll\KI>S(M IARIS. Sepi 10 T HAS KFKN I KARNEI) that Kiance probnbly will agrev to abandon plani to mast-produce the RO-ton tank ha 11. (neon desinwd i I i I i I iui %  fitwet i" liu --:..•. irmour v 1ank i nch armoured for niouuu and finbol of re^ur.eencc ol French Industrial Ingenuity and n production. The "aacrloes/*, it iV being madinternal Of twi %  %  %  %  ekli x tn -i-iie UM man 11 %  | %  AU %  !,, ., feu ,< ti.nmn repel iiwie-t' .'liny Si coodl; nl qnurier,1 .mi will : i lai axi ani %  lleaw Ou(lii> %  %  claim %  %  lUrtialU U if But II .r out%  %  Gold Prioti Fixed At |SS Vn (huioe WA8H1NOTON Bowl 10 Delegate! mn So natl to-day for the World B International Monetary Funri'n annual meeting amid growing pressure to relM the i rl South All i the world' %  i gold prlee MS.OO an ounei The r Stati . tad* thi Km i would Afte Ti IIIKI. nl to Barbadog, Kmaiiuel CO der Cap) I I'.-.'i II I K'i .UM.' I % %  .'.:! stripped riggings, she %  i later at W fore makini her third flarbados. Win the %  have %  "i met at see." said Cap..in MeQullkln • Doe CM IS %  during the vo laid, he t ind the siw Hut, the crew He %  Squalls. Fog The bad weather upruiiK tip l Lueta, ih I from I •Jltilldr; The Sehooner was t< .Ifiii while it. i broke over her deeh and rushed Inu. the eablns. The gall aaagpai .* tke mmi blew slr.mrrr nut fapMin Miljinl kin let her run ba.k H ;renada m rlllnr St. tirtKr'% an the Sunday. %  . Ol UN IJIC* —'I .'..^ 1* %  %  %  i I %  ,-m MII i ih Kl [tin %  %  %  M I I Tl V\1 \!.l S I g I %  K i %  MI IGCBIMOI %  ng up her %  ol ne and rot %  %  in i> %  %  I %  n I nl the i I vi I iv*. WJSStLI 8 I a Manpower Shortagi i\U K 11. SHACKPORD) LONDON ei GREAT BRfTAIN St] C4 amentrr ... L down almost bel i Thi e reporl thn iti ned with too little coal u . B Inn. r to B I I re ity Defei %  Pro runtne —.^_^^__^__^^.^^^_ ''"' "'" i tn And m a to All "line, btl %  %  in M*) tin Cw %  *"il4 IM* I10 Dean WASHINGTON, Sept D BTATS8 Se.reUry of SUte, aVobason, and British Foreign SecreUry, Her %  ickli-d i!i>! criticar Iranian oil dis ruths 1951 Big Three Foreign Minis G nference opened officially here. Oil Products Of \ eneziiela Nil \i M High Bi tRKI rRAVTZ I %  %  %  %  li %  II Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund in.i siiu tuund Hi -.. tutu the fund yrterda>. I'uplU of the Modern HIKII 1 1 • unlrl billed restei d*y *nd im dnulri pupil* af Uutfl nvhawLi wUI be .leppin; late II>"ni'i M.-II .s |lie> em M>-jiiMhlle Ihe fund arMga noii ilowli lawnid iho • li.I an ,.,,.1 „.| |j^| Ur ,-U. •mi ihm ore ret iin.se whu IIIMnot HI iinirlbtil %  (!. il lh< ITli tile* Ml '.vill w.i DO II TODA1 i H > il a paint lu tend in row donation wHaeal ••" i id lai i liber ..i the f Hie ufliee (it lllis Hi" |ii|. i ll.i nol BUWi this < liime %  I ^ %  Hat... A Duranl %  1.1 mament, but IMM ""fflf> ,ll %  Th. % %  %  the %  nv %  nlahed %  i tha da%  Shortage ol Material On i i %  oble ihnit ult) i Inet been rn & lala, porUc%  %  %  in the i' i I %  %  %  %  (' p %  COS! %  %  > I 9f I -. ,..., ii rue %  %  %  ma* path ad uw will have %  tl e Middle Kaat eonunan in Brltadi-Un b %  other lain PI i IM theaa i .: Bkdai rnanda fm .. %  treaty. SeoondJh/i the question %  %  Uc I %  he possible %  i.-.i'mn of a Mid%  P.M ih. Spain and v -. %  % %  Pourthly, the Angto-Fi pule. rtfthly tha ruturt ol ntre of the • 11? puta betv • n ia I %  UM Sue %  cunal %  i 1 Una %  %  i • Lent prONlnthl) K pivot ii pohii ii t 5.i\-let llOtl Will I'ef t. p pi %  • IUM it must In%  %  jiiekly if the eontlnenl I %  — r !• Ivinu, t.-urit' \ isits \ l!i\\ Expert %  pi. %  %  %  %  .. h %  % %  i i. %  L.K. Pro teals To r.oimmuuHt ChiilA llX)nf! ?le|( tn % %  "grave eoncan I Chli %  %  %  called on Itiefn I i hat %  %  unut i I k : : 1 ihr n ...r Lamb i .. indCej ma llrinn represents —IM*. ltd %  h i r The "ADVOCATE" p>y for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Ship Runs Aground Britain Gives £25,000 More To Jamaica II.(i. Announce* ('rirkt'l Team Oilbeys EMPIRE RED WINE %  unUI Uteri I g) fin piie i . . >"' i nor Fool -tweet, : nd I added quw ny tnai un are "wide rthing can cU hl'Wn" Cme cxperbvl mennt tl Slovakia tl .lucinc o M-ton tank h il WO W 'II holdlna niembernhip domt nol |r %  BIGBURY BAY IN GRENADA ' n %  1 s nicbur> Bay %  fnur-da>' -IP. HURRICANE MOVES N.E. OF BERMUDA %  %  %  it 1 %  if %  i.iinmr .ild (if th. %  midnight carbai %  %  %  Jamaica. GEORGI %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .f the ir 'i i %  1 %  %  %  Yugoslav Position May Become Loss Perilous WASH pi 10. %  said today that n.< er of nome pro-Russian I %  tremely cautiouAlUmuKh UM I %  "bablv mtght manufarhine tools rflscussion bv any of the 150 doletn d as= to press for a higher aold price states. Sou'h African produ Making these 1 ooonlv sold half their Kold ^ Europe, military l<.istics expe I -black market" price* clainI lose behind tm lore money at the legal pri< • that it -Ii' I —I'.P. evidence of UM %  %  %  %  11 I I %  %  %  • llv li t; BaVOGfl l %  %  air (if the V %  %  %  %  %  : i %  %  %  Maintains the same high Standard ofQualityas shipped to the West Indies for the past fiftyyears • (iAHDIMHAlSTLUavr \>jvnt.\ %  %  % 



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PAGE TWO Cahib Raiting IIARI1AIHIS ADVOCATE 11 I -ll \ -I r I I Mill I! II II.I B ARBADOS Rada Ship Coast Station) will %  rnunlcaUon with thr S.S. Akmr,,a % th ship which %  inking part of the W I t. Ban In Australia. On Sunday night Akaroa gave her position as 10 18 South: 102 24 Wrsl. appioximately 3.S00 milin from Ja (M \hv arm Bt*s). Her OwunHron li Now Zraland and from there n wlU Chang* Australia 4Kuri>n i* due in New Zeal.ni'1 cm September 25th From her Sun to London to attend a conference of the Labour Officers of the British colonial territories, which Is being held at the Colonial Office from September 241 h b October th Mr Citchpnlp will return t Bnibadt)on Mth October Grenada Wedding M R ROBERT OSWALD WILLIAMS, son of Mr 11 << wtlUama formerly of Barbados I'lominent businessman in Grenada, was married on Saturday afternoon at St. George's Anglican Church, f'.rvnada to Miss Norms Ver.i Pilj-nm u | — of Mr and MiII if itflKK UOIIIII i III piirnnf onui in swedeu. M Wunif "Ml World" .icatnit Internal Ion s<4iilievt gf "RiHnl" %  Mimvinu iml won I Thr runnrra-up ueriboth l.midnn sirk. Davleo and third D**MH lawnr. Krniin Bahai (itinpelltlnn In the C I.IHIO brol prkir. rond Laura KtllsonatUti <>f Granada. A large number of gursti tended the eeremonv whkh ,rerformed by Archdeacon II PlBBU Given away by her fath brtdSi wore a dress of embossed -.itin with close-flttini; bodice and full skirl with train. She was attended l Miss Greta WUUsms. u %  later of the groom who wore blue i taffeta with gold accesIftff David Ot % %  tma Afterwards therp was a reception at the home of Mr R S Jordan, Headmaster of the Grenada Boys' Secondary Seh.i| Mr and Mrs Williams left Grenadn for Trinidad on SundS] StM will later go on to British Guiana where Mr. Williams Is attached to the Royal Bank of Canada Back to Trinidad M R MICHAEL LAINO ....• i.. ii,,. i of Trinidad s Radlmislon STM, raturned to Trinidad over the week-end after a short holiday in Barbados. tig by the same plant was Ml Keith Roberta who had been holidaying in Barbados since August 25th. Ha was at relatives In Hindslmry Road. Keith is with Carom Ltd., in Trinidad Cut Short Holiday H ON. J. C WOODING. Alturnag Qanoi .: at tbi I %  Islands who had been holidaying in Barbados has nit snort nil vacation due lo ilt-ltealth He lafl for Antigua over the we.-k.nd I! W I \ He was to have been introduced to the liieal Bar on Friday August 3l*t. but he was unable to do so as h has taken seriously ill. Trinidad Holiday M iss NORMA CLAHKE srai among the passengers leaving f.,r Trinidad em r %  end b) H W I \ Shis is on three weeks holiday which she will pond with I school fi i, n,| Miss Clarke wti<> is the daughtsn d Mi and Mis T, A D WantM Belleville Is a member of the Stall Advocates Advertising Deportment. Weekend Viiit M HS FRANK 1.0110 who flow In flrani Trinidad r.n Saturday morning b) n w i A ro%  Mlowlafl (lay nccom'I. II ln.liilu.vinK here Incidental Intelligence ANYnODY who Ihmks ,.inf 1 ,makln ir„„,,. daotuV knowledge never pLinneil .. ,.1,-nl. PrtMrtta /' .'..., —US. Cooking In The 15;iIN i M M 11 Iroom of a si bat summer's day isewlves sot to •rark t. took a dinner In case this should seem an odd thing tn do it must be stated that the occasion was a very special one i For months past cookery competitions oigan.ied by the Woman I Ga Federation have been halt' throughout Britain and this was i the 11 ltd I round, with a uihl Ofgav of £250 worth of gas appllanie*' and kitchen equlpinen' special kitchens were installed r the ballroom and here the twelve pnte-winning; cooks set to work watched by a critical crowd oi i housewives Twelve dlfferer %  • menus were to be prepared and before starting the cooks drew Iota for their provisions. It was lather hard that It fell to the onl. %  (r-nn Scotland to cook English dish of roa-t beef and Yorkshire Pudding *hich she never made at home The competitors came from ail ever Britain and the youngest ol •hem. hf teen.year-old Thelm • I hi hip* of Pembroke, took pan in the Welsh finals In the inteivals of sitting for her sefsool <• Uflcate. On the morning of the great day tho compvtltora prepared their food, while Mar* Hili of the BBC's • Woman's Hour" ie...idel interview), with them. In the afternoon they conked : their meals while Freddie Urisewood. weU known BBC broadcaster, gave a commentary on what was going on. from 2 to 5 p.m.; .the four Judges went around the .kitchens and assessed the competitors' methods, then, when the twelve different meals were ought brown and sizzling from •he oven, they tasted them for i-latahihty and awarded further marks for the way in which thev .' encd The judges ranged fiom the Ministry of Education Staff In-peetor of Homecraft to Philip llarlK-n. the BBC's, teleok. In the late nfternonn Her Royal Highness Prince-. EUgabatb arrived and. after lc.kDl| at the rHnnSiS and t.ilklng t" I the flushed but happy cooks. She led the prize* Mrs. Upton, 0/ty-t..-year-old Borough C-.11111 illor from Loughborough in I Leicestershire won first prize evethough the dinner she bad to %  mm.lined a guinea fowl. | bird inbad navei satn before. Mm. Uloxluim, of Hampshire, Won the saeond pnaa and the third went to Mii>* Noble of County Durham. Mrs. Catto from Aberdeenshire won fourth prize, so that her Icars for he r Y.-i k bin Puddlnl were proved L'lounfile I: f.velve different dinners—afterwards distributed to Impoverish' sd old ladle-, who Lived alonewere all triumphs of Mmpile bUl extremely good British leaking SsNI Symphony Grenada Art Club i niMii KI.II %  would live aboai ( f the isnes %  with muslc-lo\. The orcbeslr.t their old mae-tro Arturo Toscaninl into leading them on.-e pr.ore When he ba Italian lour would ktp M old home town, he r • !" Trinidad Government Training College and arranged with the assistance of the Extra-Muni Deportment of the U CWI %  Coming BOO B FOLLOW THE SUN EMPIRE Bmr. OF PARADISE I .. '. In-dav 4.4"i & 130p.m. and continual! I.idefinilely 4.45 & 8.30p.m. Daily THE GHEATCST wwtnera wsi BRAKE ON CARS CAR IAI 11 an 492.311 %  n<.tilh. ll.iIOVMM Ii. lain |ir..f lhal mntoimtii rmur<1 lh* wiir Kare a on iind refuw lo do any morf Bank NATURE TAMED? it \KM Btjtira jeet thai i i of "ail i I Bay as lb DSSSI pi^n (,., mm waa s hope Oa-.l Itysn PI 4ZA TO PAY %M HAE a ... f.l VASBsaa am AIYION sn i l*l Kiss I iiuu I.OIHIIIM CAOr.EV *nh B*rbn MYTDN Hetona CABTCF EmK* ar*ri.i ri i H.HT or M %  PL U uldTIN A\ Dial R0 HIDDEN HAND HASTY %  Nut I HFART nil as I WIIHIM ,.i 1.AII IV THF r.ARDFN — ST. UMI %  DANGER SIGNAL I SMART GIRLS DON'T TALK \ I'Sinia MAVO BrUCt PENNKTI Hill IIIIKl.t .. n.il M RAPT pl i B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME TUESDAY. .SavPTEMllllU 11. ggO AfjVATK M.l'll Cl.\i:>lA (M.mbai, Only; M MINI! TOSH Hmv .i nv, Itlss I1AN DA1ITV %  INN IE M %  THEADVENTiritKN OI i>||\ noon Thaj News. ABM I >' I Th. Rjsws. t 10 ,. m tn S. A IS p.m. BBC lUvilaOrrtn-kU* l> m UlchM..1 M„ M r. I> ,. T4. IlK^.H.. •!• |,„i M„.IC MXIIinr .|i % %  WrUl. MalUfalir, K 41 %  > ... Prusramm* I'araale. S M p m Tu>. | %  pofi '.S* BSaSl SaSS. %  MM %  31 SI m 7 M p .„ Thr N.-.. 1 ID p ,,, N,— U |. -r Ha-ii.l". m Kf* Uardriia, in p m Kadi' irarl. S 15 p m Mm I he Comsrolta, %  •:. p is Imeriitdr v IBNI EdiiLnau. sac Tbs P rssssaaaa C Mftft, s 4s ,, m htpon ir.m, NHTB, ia i'i ... II" Ni|li • HimiKK H OHK TIGHTS HI *-r. • ... |... v, III:KI: COMBS SOMB riiot Bi.r: Opening GLOBE Friday RICHARD WrDMARK — DANA ANDREWS iMrlud*. 10II i lii ..in.*. D1 "*• WAY B y Bnchcomtx, DESCRIBED m,c Um .,„ dta c W ,„.„,„„, ... Su"^ aIhc arrival ot a Miutm* Anybody bul Tiuilrwi.ilh ,„„l,l Slai ., bl mouse at Norlholt. and an b.ivc an>ii lh.w.ir.l. Hu-airual Inlcrvicw with it In Its sum. CoatUfMfa" vnfttta .11 oval I rlfrrful htu~ibehind th wainscot In a West ll n Render n was Bhtttann-^s sl'tr K. „" Sad total i an accused of natty And aa he plaoad ,.(j ,_.„ %  xaaseratlon. %  % % %  On Ua l.il.l.In,J, 1 %  1," ". winked „t the hi. Tt. n um. t ..n.mime, thai it Today I read ol an Americans,,,,,, „, „',. "j. nai,., ,L "' >" %  la In. pubU "OBI lilin-,t.,r ,..ll„l hliiihail/' in her ,,m formed lLw^r.1. '''' II.the, nlch „ ..! -Get il,r,lk"n1o%^ i..,'. .. S.I,.,, •ppaaraaca totu its contract -..usam-, u m( IW1-1T „_ „ e „ „, IO busv "stipulates regular airline flights t /„,.,.! .,„. ., w,lh %  %  coarna for and flrat-clasa hotoU.it aaami •' m m*n I'ruhirm ,.,,,„„,,, ,„,,. t.. jn.that a dramatic news story n-.,,,. Bh would niv. tha could !• arranged by Introducing %  "" >nn were lined UM otlktr ,ll„ ,,i mrmlh. wlthoul uairst these two, an.l ciltmg one star _. l> ''a*-'' 1 m belnc. in ... ,,, i,,,,,,! I.. aal the other. ontcuii. lanauafla. -one ..f iwo i -ii...i on .. i.i.-.wi. In to i V/i.. Ilitlilm /f/i//i,„,,„.. ''" %  ' •' %  f latim i twlDt ... th Ihla ubsiani bicycle with two saddles si.l. : ... and M) (Ml, gajajn, |AGDA VON SICKKMNu mi t pn !i> Uwrougbly. Sh.reubscii thai IbU jjroat booby Tuaslewurth, wilh his diul Minpli.it.., niight 1 (ar cleverer men by mis"..' Thg cricketer had no notion thai he was Involved in .1 plol sn eompllaitcd that nol swan 1. who am strltlng thislor>. would pri'Mimc lo nltemiii to nnrav.l il Bo Magda decided to play the irl of a frightful!) I girl. 1 if the lypa lh.it an> rk kats* wimid LUas m bis stslar; "it, a Jolly good sort. "Tell me, she said. "about your laMtagg.' 1 "Not very tasty." replied Ttuslsrworth, batting an imaginary ball. "I meant your T.st Match hashes." said Magda patiently. Tussleworth needed no aoond invitation. While ba explaining the svstem of the ash es, *he rang for supper. A Rupert and /.'•<• SorceixT—2' mi ^'\. ^ NEHRU ATTACKED INDIA S Premier Nohl lliig the worst possible Frets fo. Ins boycott %  >( the J;ip;inrse |" ic cirnferenees Says the title %  rJatrj M11 mi l.-ader 'Nehru. No friend of the U.S.' Thi' Tlnaag leader page calls him "The lost leader." It say*. %  Nt hi ii || fast becoming 0110 of lha gn-.ii 111 appotnunonta of the post-war era. He gives specious .uid misguided i-e.i-ons fur t ing aw.>> from San Francu.o. How the mighty have fallen." in Washington. Senator Herbert l.eluii.,.. igho **es the Cow merit's eionomic aid progrnr • s through Congress, says It Is gnni X" ba tough tn .:<•: votes for ai more dollars or grain for 1ml NATURE UNTAMED ATOM-HMMIl u hurricane und kill It off'' No. siiys Weather Hurt %  (] forecaster W R. Stevens. A big hurricane Is stronger than the hloli might en. ata And v i,,, knows, it might make the big wind bigger. LV NCLE SA M S LP^ND E R WA TE R COM MAN DOS CrlOS.SV7f.Ri, Huptii is puuktd by il> qiivi diMppcirinca of tht oiy*i an paoplt. "I fondr srhy 1 1 • slipptd awiy ULr thai." 1 hini and srhtre hiTt thv gon* '• Turnuig round, ht catthf • *%\ th* last el ih*m ht 1 r il h:de infm. "GM-J grsri l g.tpi. "tlKy'v. f> 0 ( bjtk tht a. ths-j muai be trynii v Und that lrai| ..t..f. The, %  nuitn't touch 11 cr aootln>.< • %  *rial II liip| a snrl, as ras chsst, ol irH <> ihcy reach th. a/asa< 1. VWa.******** JA.VFTTA IHU ss SHOP I.OWKR IIKO.M) STKK.KT DRESSES%  \r '.'.','. For I'n .n li Afler•Mi Corkl;iils und Kveiiint-. BAB1F.S AMI <;iKI.S' |I\[||1\(. SI ITS from SI 1)9 |<> S-I.H2 % LENT1M0 ~ — %  ;---7..mtifm{ — %lGil'PMI IIOVAI. I KtFt l(t SHOWS — .30 A R.15 United Artist Double Dart DUItYCA ,,l DeSILVA — in — Mil 1 M>tnWoRM> STOKV — and — HI.A( K MAOIC Starting Orson WELLES tTD Till KS. 4..10 A S.I& William IIOYU in IH MLri.AYf.KOI VI) •HOMI (II rill BltVI' •LYIUPIC TO-DAV ft TOMOItKOW The Super Double Yvonne Dc CARLO Rod CAMERON •SALOME. WHERE SHE DANCFn" and •SIN TOWN" Starring lWi.il. mi. t'rawford. Coiulanrf Moare Till KShAV tHlly 4.31 & B.1S The Horror Double DM Faran — l..>n -. DAN DAILEY I N TICKET TO TOMAHAWK' —AND — MY BLUE HEAVEN" Starring BETTY GRABLE —O—I DAN DAILEY n> %  mess. ua• u JEWII.s ot r.tni.irijn 1111 iiMf tJ a sis Brod. CRAWFORD In •HAMIimv MHO,in, MA Starring Clark GAIU.E -Jinia Lo, SIN TOWN 1IIIIIIK1 (II Till SEVEN MIMINS" GLOBE THEATRE TD-DAV OM.V, 4.4.-. &8.13 P.M. RICHAHI) W1DMARK I.1NDA DARNELL •\0 WAT IHT" AND Hl.ilK II AMI Gene KELLY Toiiiorrnu & Tliursda>. Hatlaatl und \itcA New Drnihlp "A KISS FOR CORLISS" Shirley TEMPLE David N1VEN AND "JUST WILLIAMS LUCK" KTPD r-inni —*• J KEEP IN COOL A BROADWAY SWIM SUIT PANTIES .iii; SLIPS^ l..T VESTS I.I., BRASSIERES .91 NIGHTIES gJSj HANKIES BOXED i.o LADIES NYLONS l.;., I. II l.llll i..tr, :. 10 T.5 :i.ot 2.00 T. K. EVilIVS A t\ tlfi I I !l I Itv DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 I 1 l. U mase* Our* ai*in. iNl a', lb* rum m-aii! -8 lt>. On.* II ; II. Juat no'.hliu 1*1 nu i s'aiir n IS. VViicii Found m iw hsalfi. ii IS. A n*t dtntrenfr •** IT. Tim •llr.f I'.i K is. wioaaa arcii u .. %  %  SO. An 1*1*1 i'.jut*, iji ll. Tiro only. •• a. An viu | i J3. stastern lad* ..: nun-. '*> M. Ms* w nn.t'.inna *^ w > %  < II %  Moil i. ijam an 1. u..,l abuvf i 1 1 How Mi* old*" .um a . wnn sdaotuon nss i PUIVli il'.rinyia iM ; Vt&U w iwtln B R*ci is i • I 14. Pood lor llir rwr nm>< ,6 gu>spB iiM'Tr -. vtuir i is It • a bit .. it 1 m > %  U[_ OrSnari \ -. I LADIU NTLOK COTTON I'RINrs and J, lA-ll \ -VMM -| llsisr. 11—40 I i nil inn vs BATH si ITS. Una in i_n ,,-s,, I 1.1 SI UOOLLEN anil COTTON HATH TRI NKS .J Irom n—4t MI mn r tn Tma in BROADWAY DRESS SHOP .V-V-V//AV/-V////4-V. It 1H ill 0ti n HY ,:.J~ f.V YOIH ### %  > Wo can offer you:— QALVANIBKD SIIEKTS KVKRITE SHEETS WAI.I ABA SHINGLES ROLL RIMIFING RlIXIl: (APS WATKK HEADS EAVE r.lTTER DOWN PI IMS RITOPI.ASTI, COMPOUND rnil your orders l< llie Iriininiinyery anil Hardware id. in il. .1 1'iil.in Priililein. THE HAIIIIAIM** < O-OI'I.IIA I ITt: COTTON FAI'TUIIY LTD. Trleph.



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II I -l> \\ -I I'll Mill K ll pi,I B IBB Mills AIIVIH Ml PAGE IIIKI.I. Controversy Rages Over "Black Pact'' Big U.K. Profits On B.W.I. Sugar Says Lord Lyle LONDON. Sept. 6. CONTROVERSY still rages in Britain over the jus'-ice or injustice of thai Anglo-Cuban Trad? Agreement. While Commonwealth sugar interests, led by Lord Lyle, are still condemning if. Uk Raj body of well-informed opinion that InsUta thai the pact is completely fair and just. The London Tinier lot example, in its quarterly "Review of I ssj '. points out that the guarantee of a mark' i for Conunonwciutl) su^ar up to the end of 195.'( lo a limit : ,;M provide an adet lMtC safeguard fur the Comiiiiinwealth producers against isin^ Kl t the British market by reason of the importation of Cul "Tinamneamani will als o — % % %  — L ratling th. "Il..'iiiiir I ion .uppiuflouring %  UiOU Kingdom." It adds. "It docs not ^j, *-' dings At U.K. Festival PRINCE AGAIN LONDON. Sept. 5 Another Trinidaduin contnbuthereim. m thai injustice has been deft The m .*. fit by id.%  %  tariff enncps%  ii thOUgfa • *..factunng sjOUfrtl o got th advantage of these conccs'^ '" the Festival of Britain ha? slons, since British exports have ""ached London. Raphael de met with increasing success Leon, the calypto singer populatin the lead known j< the "Roaring Lion." it says, an increase in British ri s made his debut to a Festival export" to ;.nv ..f ihe dollar audience, accompanied by the Percussion • bet ilto tor the 1 Khali try mv beat to win the whole %  ,,-., :. |uit behe 'lepped in front of the Messrs ( ( /.nidi ..•. lid -in* hilirst calypso in Bm ,i. I" %  hi i i by Edrlc S %  ?> lnrC( KK. I 2S %  ""i Brit 6a Leap loinposed a d uw I „ calypso vapedaUy for his heavy obligation to In...uttence. It I* "Three s,a, <' Red, White and f" l '' % %  patriotic son,; %  f %  %  : ,.. He also sang • tn his u-ual But Lor.i I \iv Line* of Ancesie* ad tantasnient on nd one about his ences in the army. i band, Raphael I i tO Britain l.y .i • it bv public KitecnpUon lad. Like the I iui with it dellnr. th. Canada FollowIK. si. I.MCY Keetrrj \ ettrj Chairman Mli\ SllIIIIllOIl Meettagfl M \\ ill %  a meeting yeaterday bv .• ma Uoa M Mr I U. Ward M.C P agreed lo allow lb* "'halrrran lo summon %  Thought It ne %  waa decided thai these meetings %  hnuld he on PI pn was um• -timatr from I rhrea eonfactors submitted u c-timate for iiftjea M % %  ite uiiiiht be loo inch but Mntit pa bio of making at nd ahould \ %  %  -1 l.xnied of Mi .1 E T. Brwncker. M P thi reftrred •• % % %  *lo I for their %  %  ii .vrth the tenden and that the Committee should report back to U v llhm I %  p M 0 Dr. A C the Ughtlm not tuppb enough hiiht foi him to <..r i >. out I 1* mghtlv duties pffli • ..id that duttoi i pjf.0 rare i i i male lightintT on ..: %  U il thi %  %  > mi Lighting I -Aone ordered aim Bai bedos mmunlcat..I with in order to "nd OUl when TltVI) M\\ \'\\ MORE FOB RICE I'oKT-Ok-SPAIN. vt. 7 Trinidad may hav* to pa> i bout tl.eoo.oee more for nee i hileae from faategy, IV32, a* the increaa*> for \:C. riot was inevitable It is i I take it or Nam the world price was to be taken into eons id cr.it ion by the Arbltraon Board hi arriving at a fair the partie* under the greemfat Under thu> ;tgre'i* icihuted thai Trinidad was paving $11.70 par ba for BO Uhels that the ne*> )| %  oii|,| be III the VtCtBltj S17 0O to $11100 per bag, This in erease may be passed aa to ih iT.ment h:. that it is not tn Mvntir 0 ibaMlea BACK TO SCHOOL IN Cootslarttgue Is C/iie/ Sect Of Windwards aii i. roeaa lerthnw. nrmei Assistant Adssuniatrator >*i st Lucia, arrived here last Wednc*II t.> t.tkc up hi* new post a< Chiaf Secret a t y. Windward Qov< nuneot. SHOES (URI.aAND OYa MOCK Brown. aTlark i Whrat Brini year chlldr*n •xpart Btung will ii... h the Barrow* %  Mr Ward said that in hl> "1'iT,ion the plant was in order but he wiring and batterlei were Deea 100 prrfeel On the mot i.i.i of Mr I C Soberi, the Veatry decided that the eleik should l** iinttueted to make C0a> tact with the Agents for the plant • nd let them examine the plant .md also I., write lh Heeli,. 'n in I ,lih„. now the Londoi wife, NW Pnncri drtrni % %  iig.n pro B tiated -ly. aowi %  %  IVIr. Mansfield Beconit's A Prussian Prince Again Mr George ManslU-ld, of Little ulndi h> Hsidham, in Hertfordshin-. has a was a en noUee In the Iggedan Oeaaite, I'ndealmg "'i the farm, der the heading Change of Name. On theli i t \ it anni>unces that he has abanB60 Bil farm M II idham tht van _, ,,,. dofied the name of Ma rwft eJ d ..s Pra u e wm haei c '""' rromAueuMal, painled brick house. In th. %  This means that Mr. M.in-fMd lounge Prince Fnedin-h told me gUM itself, now a n v ,, r ,,, „..,„„ hls r 8 hlful title, he I a?lf m . vWt "Canadd. %  ..,, and popular Sight In Britp, )m ,> Fnodrfch Ceorg Wilhelm I,, Ei., provkV i. rmd^ that some of the calypsos chrtstoph von Preussen. His wife. Thev marnr.l aeeretl) In the Coaunori introduced, unknown m up ml now known as Ludy Bngid ehun h of St. Cecili : i. w wi'eks ago. are now Mansfield, becomes the Princes* bam, iviinj.ii ,., ,.udunce*. The Friedneh. Their two sons. Nieh'>l;iname was l.ilatei .: ,Mi road march. "We w:int {$) and Andrew (4), become li.-l.l. Boon attei U principal in ,, II Hie ball." is one that princes. farm. Col %  ,,wnvs be coaxed Princ Prledrlch Is W. a ..andBvaff, • '<" ''' •"H. 1 *" son of the la-t KaUer. His father, wife are nl work, I 2A t. ,i,„i-. In i-.io.niffht ex-Crown Prince Little Willie. |t*p, empfc) ind • >> %  i i, t'Lai died last month. HN fann mal ciibnrcl at the avoy_ le ^,^princess Friedrich. 30 U, school ;it Much Hadest daughter of Lord lyeagh. bos'h.on near by. thai the < would be !;. II susar producer have ran ro,.r. playing in dan. e'•''" ,;;,,,„.. N h or >% mg rega kvad. about to begin of the Guinness brewing enleiAt ItiK-kiiiKliam Palace The quiet ..f Little i i .in lhe Pnn imports of rp i< n.ent etc. (Ian United K %  %  i Ampiif'%  about tt %  Lvle .! %  of Food goonnoua ; % %  i h sale of Commonwe-iil' purchased nt l.m* prices and sold to Canidn (i !r —B.CP. The llohen/idlem KMales l>rinee Friedrich wont to Ger, n 'i.I He tlrat attend his fan-i ' fUBirrit erai But he teUt me hi deel King G i., raveti to the UM> of hi* title received him ai B B.WJ U" b-si has nothing to do with the sucees,„-,it M I ion to the HoheaaoUern estates formal relat en out Roy,1 "The life-l.locd of n e la now a naturalised British ,il Family and the Hohei UtM is sugar, subject, intends to continue farmsince the IftM-lK wai .,,,,, N should be bu In Hertfordshire. na ;,!,. there IhO moat Why has the Prince given up ceremon" treatment now in order the name of Manstlcld He says The tui stimulate product] B-t-.r. in the fuIt Is a question of establishing piir ral econoiegsTly his correct family name in Cat and title. The name Mansfield, g> tli %  Hun if Page : • 1" ask for Cnsson^ I.I \l RY loll. II SOAPS IMPIKUI I I Mlllk • MMII N IIIIISMIM HI I I III .< IMII gates• /•/ Hill, -SUNBURN^ GET SO\/dM4 FOR PAST, COOL RF.I.IEF NOXZEMA is the only leiuiim: SUNBURN CREAM with tht!>e 3 Big Advantages .... 1. COOLS—Amazing inRredients cool, Soothe instantly. Relief m .'! seconds. 2. SOOTHES— Noxzema is a ;rc^selcss oil and moisture < : —II %  :'T-rfully soothing on your hel parched 3 nr; | lonema hag a nurvcllotu medi] formula -helps speed healing of hot. dry, gunbi And SO\/l VIA IS OKKMEUBS AM) DOESN'T STAIN RcmcinlM-r . IlNOXZEMA in !*• 1-iltl.Blue Jar. Oblainnli'o II Booker's <"it Ott^w* M**** lli-lpt In clranne thv sv.-dem frtfH Iilinut impuritiva impunii" ID the blood may cause rheumaiIc ache* and pains, •tilt and painful MM, bolls, pimple* and common *kln di-order. Ctarfce's Blood Mlnure help* M purify the blood, e ae gg e j tha sysicm and %  •!• %  • in reiiortng good hrallh. BILLY IU l Aim oim II STOIIII;** by HERMAN MELVILLE In BUly Budd. patBn significant HOIK after Main IHrk. Melville proe %  'I word on the mystery of hum.in life, Ul %  story of powerful and haunting symbolism which Is bated on a series of Hue happenings in the navy a hundred and fifty years ago. It has the interesting distinction of having n i %  two operas limultancousb i %  the Italian composer Olorgla rredcrico Ohedlnl tflrst produced at Venice in i* tha frapmnt, creaoq latho oj l in TooetSoaisthen rinse with cold. It is a beauty iicuiiieni In Itadl i in Mart urin Lux Lain S<>ap today. o o z$S THE LUX ion IT 90AP FHACHANf WHITE SOAP OF THE fllM STARS Etpectolly it Iks lu p hold* CKOM fc Sanbom For httt't coffee at or. Thai i not cotl—l • Atk lo' Choie & Soibefi looayl NOT A SPOT ON MY f A SKIN ma ft ii i i Britain's MORMJS Oxford makes motoring news! LUDS WAY IN LOW-COST "Quality First" Ballt to mr"t worldnd for %  inn las m< op aJ3 %  Mined for speed and apiunh for comfort. All seats are wfthln the wbeelbaae. It can %  >• driven on long Journeys without fatigue to the driver, and cruiaea lonLUmally at hlirh speed without atresa. Th" llorrta Oiford Is on* of Britain's moat aucoeasful wortdappfial care VrjIE %  fcTW T LA 'imtk " %fi ajjj^J^*^ s. PlISI* Of ROOM %  .. Ueea lb* ,*• b ... i-.,. n > { %  ! %  •* %  g • Meinl'*ti bab>S ikui la It M baby. OBNTLV Kl H 'MemhoUlum' into the i ihe ks* md OOnaOftB MS skin jnd picvsou sotcne rftag. Bahie* es tove .c r J\* %  I '.MIilSMf^i'li'J ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM IN TINS AND JARS I Htdt Only It Th. K.nlMlilim C. 1M, lilt. 1tli Unit*. I'lln* FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUtributori Phone 4504



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE HINDU SEPTEMBER 11. 1SI N. Marshall Top Scores In Trial Game Prank King. Horace king Until. Island Batsmen .HALL I ipKond with a brilliant 6:1 the Trial Game at the Bay i tl J74 made by The EKaM XI. the island side made I r l. •—— — Hank King. par. %  I Mil TUZCricks! Board Me*Is To-daj Th Board H* k H' K In... Ij-' also gave a good DV> %  v. ;. vwent la the wler „ rhs Rest • %  '•' I not out while [aswlees had urn %  low <>r L^ "1 Management Of \ %  the Challi-noi Bt Board will discuss the %  t .-onstder mean draining the grounds. Hll ,. ri Amendment.. M N I increutng Ihe Barbado, luibilily "'. TU"^" "'" AtklnMB hud MM down 12 '"I*" 34 Hill 11 tinil iI rx^.nini.-idmj( to the — TTT] jkJ"'Ww will i ill It ss %, [ssKSSyi P&INSol PILES Stad in 10 Mmulti IIIIM Ion*.. "•'••*•' !• %  """ p>lM. lUklU "S f-.rii.ml from M InofMiCHrun".!' Mjr..i %  .< %  f .ork In IS mlnut— anS no' oalr ato.. Ik* nln kut alao ! %  •< "• wllIn*. •*• Maadlnc ar,d rombala *r. Irritation lh.rrb '-rmnf ..iH.r.rou Mtcaua*d tf P**— • %  >"• %  • • ll"0'"-. Nrtt"U>MV. llarkach*. r.*MlB-'l —'-""i.r.'a.'r" _v aw a. %  uoranlM HfW" '• l* 0 *.'TfU*. 1 rliun of •nplr pMk %  -* %  FUSilES? J Dm %  •: %  lul* IIIK tli.ilt liitkrl Windward Score Outright Victory -'ml \l i i. k. I : EMPIRE ONLY 6-POINT \\ INNER %  %  .nual or Last 2 \\ ickets (Jive Appteyard His 200 BOH APPIXYARD, .' %  old York>h M in bla ant ilUniliiil ii"' tart two U CJ men at Scarborough When Wardta goi I i Brow ii. Appleyard had to take the .art two wickets to reach hill ;i MI caught off Appi< %  yardrbO lanned his face S 0 obvious relief ill tiouM. catch. Freddie Trucman cau tersall nff tha nrtta ball . then the fan* wSftl They %  as th team' ing A: end shaking his hand. %  o piireman ( win changed ;> lamt four-wlckc win for North ,ii Kingston win n he shot "id nini' men for fi3. In IS < 1 %  hall, breaking i took one for 26. Of r* tide wa only „• ir>i and ai ill knoekad %  • % %  in HIM M.niiU responsible for 'he col. n the two King* who uriiout roflow: tar un — i*T DrHDHM ' Kin* e HUM*. I i ttkpr Smith, b Mutlln* 1 Inm K W-lcott b WINDWARD %  < red a outright victory over Menud Hospital on Saturd iy, Uv lasl da) in the fourth n i %  [ntermediate Cricket natchei Windward won by 17 rumi <;. Springer and C. Williiims were the only batamen win* mowed i %  to the gtaod* bowling ol II. Farmcr who t.M.k flvo nf tha Mental HoeplUl wicket P!^JW5^*!*5 in tht M. r,i %  I Hoapital'l %  E9 which ended at 83 runs. >mli KMI':i!K DKKKATKI) FOUNDATION by 4:t rune on last das In tha Seventh Seriea "f Second ii Cricket Dutches Batting Bret Empire scored 62 l In their first innings and Foundation replied with ii thetr sacond turn at the and C Wood took ran I nplre hit ae run*. A. 13 'un.'. K"undaFulicc gut orst BrnnNrp Huhrll b llol.l.f %  Atkln* I l< PMSl i;ii,ir < %  Prowrba. Brankar *• I .II,. M. AlUnaoa %  H..M.-I M. pan ill M v.u DI aicfeau B.G. Bettk Iriiiitlatl At Hockei CEOBOETOWN lid • 1 i win trio lecorat bjochss match iigalnst Trlnlda I ttei Claire Mlttteholrer on the 0 P.C ajoundi thus cUnchini tinan Before tingame started both %  ted i" tns ,;,., The match was u I triumph foi t >*> .'i ad within : %  %  1ST with .. mlnutei I i ingame hich was fun >f endtemri I antll .i few the end when Mnii'lhi.;/' %  %  %  the winner The ground was heav) iiu>to i line. M ., I. I M.C.C. SCORE 105-1 AGAINST CANADA TORCH The touring' 1 ad n>!> %  ma the lost of one wisest during tha start of their sacond Innings played Bunday in an unofflclal u h VMM, Ci The Briton ran up das In tb* < (irst inninjis completed] Sunday, i h contin. p B.C.L. BATSMAN SCORES CENTURY roi Bt John Bsptl h in s B.C L fixtun pa BsturdBj C Dsj i •n attractive lot x-za hit 21 foui> Batting tlr^t Mi lli<" i I 47 runs in tbeti fiisi Innings and s: iToni %  iwa IsS for ths ."'• %  ot foui I runs and unbsi %  MX in the batting order knocked ,, i ients Hos' stsmsn failed t'i sat "?i the i mark. ' PUU Wind*: ward batting lirrt scored 127 %  and Menial Hospital replied Wttl 79. Windward in their second B nings scored 51. B) %  With 88 run. for \n la i. H.i.i Bra%  . ]• I'.I Bpai tan B ittli g tii>t K Empire v orsd i2 m tbeti i bal %  InnlOgS and S|.;iit;in in thsll 111 buUngj were all out foi ISO .: M JH O s Coppu) who want it mil nine in IhS li-Hini; oiOi'r was • v T3 at, th. inn with 30 and the next I I'.i: • %  I %  >.•.; %  ( I'M ged Bvi I fcsts f->i 4n runs and r Bpoonsr thri i %  %  drawn Empire had icored m a Dsstr % %  '•nils i> Wandersra bai gBira I lead over Pickwick when %  nded Wniniim the nded their flist run* T d f i a wag nn BBBJ on th. •%  Lrday Wan* %  Pickwick's ftret Inning it Packer n by six i M was .i ii t hatp % %  ala teetn Heat best I %  man wan 1 Mnyer a 44 and It Rotta 3i #|rsl< thej bowled them down for ? runin reply to that] eon their In ifi'inmcni wsnt on 11 nins for ii. Mvsn sieasta V Btsprann wai WBg ii"' bowler fur Cable Wirslesi was C Lawless who took thi| for SI runs. -< IIMIRK Rf-irnr i> M -. Ii M.C.-III. i .1 > b C WowJ . C W.i Horrli b N Wood Prncod b N Wixl %  >'. Hill Trtl ilor 7 %  Mkn BOSrUKO ANALYSIS laa i ov i .. scored aw runs ulhetf aseood Y.M.f.c. at Y M.I-.L Y..III innings, Mr. Jones was not out baiung tlrsi scored 38 runs ana : . ; Pones rcpusd uii 41 run* for took tin.II runs. BSS % %  I i M PJ % % %  ... | ., p i,.nk Obtheir second HUUngS nil W runs Ulned three polnl Inlor eight wickcls declared and nings lead over Combsrmsri In when stumps were drawn poucs I innings Pickwick aeoiSd liud scored 28 runs for the lOSI M HI ,., n ~ .uul Cdml" rinrri i'unc wicket, nlied with 67 runs. When stmnps The Scores:— were drawn Pickwick had lost Eraslra vs roynd^tion i paanaflgSaSB MX wicket-for 25 runs. •nil also got three i-ints Whan their match with Wanderiied. Central replied with Kmpire First InninfS M Foundation Ural Innings.—i Empire BS C ODd Innings.—86. I ...I', I l\l. \\ Ul" %  liHiixiMts I-I ofswoe b II KmB Bnuui >> r Kins i n Kins SSInrwr %  1 wajrattaaaa rirh-Mk Mr ,, 201 for stx v. i to (H. Daniel 27). Wanderers first Innings score of sounuaimn Second lnnim 114 runs. ?" ,* Ir J Wanderers than wSOt 00 to Ueckle* fou '.7 runs In "ir-ir second lnrn KMM K Nuholl* K.H out PMrr* I b w b I -k TrolW.i b M LawM %  S. . I. M, ...-. %  I I.I, l„Mr. leiSaw b i-hi KuiS r Ki>i II K.i.f BOS %  \M \< \ US M i • S > in 3 M 1 3 I'll • ^^ Final Water IN>Io Practiff This AfttTiftfon. .!..!.. rtS in I iiu pa rat ion tor the foi Uicumuik ,or .„ 2:> >; pOtO ll.U'limiilU.il b %  %  men Bari idosai %  i | fu moon .'i :ii,Aquatic Club. I' %  i t o'clock. Ttn i BX | (or Tnni,i.. i on Thursday bj Ui ran ai wWheUi i , a H J a. < a 133 nowi.iM. A-. M t-l" I"IM \iu i A nun II i \\ hat's On Todaty Toller fourtu — 10.00 J.n Court of un in..i JurtMliftl,„ lo on j m. Mrrllns of the raSBSS ' Assembl) — 3OS p.m. Mretini of the Barbado. Crirkrt Association 4.30 p.m. (IMM \-> OlaSt ru. Hand" — i RIM YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT l ..... COItRIM.TON gtalBgaUi MI lotal Kalnfall for Month iiii.Ml in. lHshi'V IVinperalurr: i, .. i. gfatu ( M|H %  • * Worn |'|.-,.. .1 .. Sc-I. ) -V.. | 1 P .M.-1 11 Storr i Axmauoi %  Wno. ( %  a b Pracml b rmrM B I'.iru 1 BMB i II to R'llnwnl :aS IHI>|> %  i Baals b Lattlns !li.ith..it.II i*hiiiip. b Band I -11—S .M %  b U>IF I'arrt. lb*, b LaSvlaas Pli-lw r L..lb McK>naW llakinul out Hl*uhm .- ou! Ealrai The learns foi thai ..IH-rnoon's games are;— I-.dies' Team A". U. Ilunte, F. Carmichael. J. G'e. UWansn, M. Taylor. J. Chandler and P. %  Ladle*' Team "B", A. Eckstein M. Knight. T. Browne. A land. P. Chandler. Janice Chandi I: Vi'inii'i KBsarrag. J .^i H Klnnon ind J Hill. Men's I'eain A' A Mad, (, roatsr, a Hi I I :vei>n. i) Bannttttr, K inee and |K :: Manntna. 10 raasra Team B' M h G. Jordan. B. Patterson, v Man-1 a %  > Johnson. N. I \ ii fVsrtllla \ gtgaarvea. Osonrs) -i in andl ^ Tim Yi'.uwood. 22 not out. C :kets for 13 runs.i Combermere v. Pickwick at Combermrre Pickwick First Innings 111. CombemicnFirst Innings 01 Pickwick Second Innings 25 runs for six Wli BStB), Onlral H Wanderers at Vaaeluae Wandaren Fust innings:—lit. First Innings:—201 for G wickets. (A. Shepherd 62. P. Pst Wanderers Second Inn. C PtCTTS 28. L. Wood 4 for 13> V.M.P.f. ra Police at 1 .M l< v M.IM First IT.I %  il'. Gi ftiidge 10, C. Sprini-.fi I for lf!>. POUCS First Innings:—41 for : wlcfcats declared. YMI'C BeCOPd Innings:—63 for 8 wickets declared. C. Springer 6 for 27) l Second Innings:—28 for 1 Wnkft Toi*i H-.IM.IM; ANAI.YK1M Brankei II —lr l %  K. %  ,Gums Bleed! \ ^ y ALL THE VITAMINS VOL NEED YOU'LL FIND ENRICHED BREAD :::::::::::v.v.:: (p&ifcct A GOOD ROOF CORRUGATED F.VER1TK BHEETB HUBUEROII) HOOFINti CORRUGATED GALVANIZED SHEETS special offer of Corrugated Galvanized Sheets Rl I) IIANI1 II \ltl> GLOSS Tulip Grrrn. 'S' Cream. *S* White. BJ n II\MI i ton ii "in ii Retain. Hg wldt.n R(l) II Wi -ii i i\l PAIMTfl For exteriors and hit| Grey. I.;rk Grrv. IVrlns Liirht stuiir Oak Brown. BSD HAND I'MlMtMM QBI i N With Grrv undi-r. ci.itrni. |;il>ll\\n MMIMn II W MIL TAINT For intrrlom. Crsara While Ot SSB, BCD BAND CONCEI I I PLOOE PADTTI i. I Mul lirrrr.. Brlifh; Red. '^jas-i WllklNSO.N & HAYMS CO. .V/WAV.V/WAV/V* r I



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PACE FOLK HAKII.MMIS ADVOCATE BARBADOS AlMXtfTE t,.^.. — i 1— i FiUi> * tk* ASiauu i H...4 Bl. M>I4 Tuesday. Srplfmhrr II. I5I ll .ihi. >i-.isin is m the Press, daring thi applu for the Northi-n: six northern parishes of thi I new bill to establish thaae i crittdem against Barbados. It does not now need any argument to prove the merit of these medical centres oi that they are essential to the welfare of this island. At present, aged people in the country districts experience great difficulty in travelling to the City in mediae! aid which could be rendered t the V>istrict Centres. Tin justification for their establishment. But there is one difficulty of which tinGovernment must ba awaitand a, %  .unst which there should 1>. Mime protection. In every district then' will be two authoi The present paroehi.d aat-UD Lv*l control of the almshouses to the Parochial Mi dual Officer and the Churchwarden ol the parish. There might be occasions where there will be a clash of orders and it would be wise to make it cleat, whose shall be the overriding voice. There is precedent for this fear. During the malaria epidemic of 1927 the ordn oJ the Chief Medical (Hiker and his BBS] were earned out when the p.nmhud authorities thought they were correct. It was an epidemic and the lives of people were at stake but it did not matter to those who felt that they should have the voice of authority. It must be n member, u that the Loral Govemmi nt system as recommended by Sir John Maude has not yet been established and until that is done the parochial boards act with tory authority. The need might never B] let The time hafl come when people of every shade of op in this island recognise the need for cooperation; but there are occasion! when obstinacy takes precedence ol reasonhu) and it might be that the object ol instituting this reform will be defeated. These are provisions which should not be overlooked in the new bill. i\ews I roin II ri lai n II. 1M1 Vi %  %  have I %  %  %  %  i iomi> ; B) I* of half %  |] ..'. %  peal '*'' '""'/' %  h.i ..io, • %  %  %  I %  %  Oiig rvi'Niiiic new. ouper responded by quoting extreme ca*e* They dmitverad a smart "girl am" —Mb* Sally Annr Vivian, the •iauchu-i of %  peer— Ittcd to speeding £3. 10s And mi artrau claime*. •' 'lire of £3 a wck etics alone. Trie report has been prepared BWn *ho Were in charge a { of a M>ctal research unit mainly up 'f women questioners '-uczeat that the 1 v w an elaborate hoax i • | %  ii leagued nit and : %  % % %  . ^appropriation ot %  out uf ih %  %  %  ,11 "* %  't IN A PERSIAN MARKET 11 % %  reek has seen a spate ol • %  •! .. reentry nf Ucattaia that all )s not ' i' Mr S'nkca has come hack if i m a most H< (yad himJJ keif! Meanwhile the Anglo-Iramai i'.my is transferring its activiiieighbouhnK I*rincipali %  • fKuwi.it -where it ahama,, pot, with the so-called Qulf Oil. As thj ite.lC.eta, S=JaJR %  laek of n| In I"l It OKT ON IM.I RSTATI MINT %  %  doubt iffquantity, year by year. Its imporUnce as a icaerve ha*. gor*. almoat I %  -Inninn Company U U i %  •Iiin ,d | %  Un" 'uld be %  Gulf. SSKE4S 1 %  Whatever imppen*. it is th* presD that the reOf Abedan are .1 in unexprcteit I ind. In a few weeks the\ Quite wilt And then ebre Uu-k at work. %  %  %  .. . %  %  Farewell Dinner "Somewhere On The Coasftf HARRY T l %  %  up Jit Folki Ding for i ent. %  i ii l.i D % %  '. %  full up to the I il %  bul I %  %  lid all w* Weil Taated Like Brick ranu' i i Ihlnale, %  "' %  %  .: the chef %  vootl and ,.'. Like It, i %  liiiv attracted like mlxi d lo ||| SINCE ft I thut perhai .I-I-I i i %  No Lqualilv I.\iii hi l.ull. st xi Mill. to a I Pen) are i Up .it |hi .. %  rim Kh>rv i oi man's ii> i). i-.ui. i i. %  n ,md than nraop to a perf< Intl. whili n its beak as it %  WHAT led in fur ton i mllai %  sat down on Ih chat. An End u tar ; %  •( in VKBRQl .' v. u li.. V.irsh, ll> III \ I III I \ lt\\ II It .; the little i l-Tinn batk the n* %  ruin .ill Craei which the nil It, llthOUStl ed ,'n. IN THE COUne "f the next few %  %  ire to bathe ru i %  • %  Bul the fur> that d Dunkerquc In UK vexyli %  tithina "' •' the "mid. Ilulirs Of Our '< rrw' I Bruweli end the arc elenrMj 18-year-old daughter is u. for Ihe maps—in H M IBfl .tml 1 11 %  • %  %  %  %  %  the warm, eun %  'Jiei Kurni ins a'r a serious, vho k ad i ueeful, I il -lay they %  %  II not learn i nation fftan 1 %  %  :i that the people • I. --ll M, ,.no done in this backward || M smuily In Weatarn I keep* i\%  nUty lendnat the rcrnri nawss wars. Meal \l is A Work Of Art BRUSSELS l feel towardlid a philoaopher dlnlna wiih the stater of ihe i love." ban capital baa nni the sweep and elegante of Paris, but it has character and aj In fact, it Is a metropolis on a .,i be plague of neon lights and the red glare k-Cola sittna. I.IKK all Kuropcan Cl the greal square, and oiq holcl Is Il betel IMSW ton oVIoek ;,' niant, we Ml sea the battlefield. But, fortunately, we met some who ave us some picture postcards 61 it and thereby salved our eoii'ilence Hltl'SSKI.S waki In I inn with a bang in faet a aarkM RM I thai i utMde our lfirst, fateful days of the 19U war. But. at this point. I shall leave off. for we are about to climb a mountain, by which 1 gather that, with our Austiian friends, we sbaU climb to a pleasant spot NOT very far up and drink Icecold beer in the golden sunshine —! %  % %  Jamuivu llurrivunv To The Edir.ir, fh* SIR, On the night of Friday, August 17th. beginning about 9,30 p.m.. after 12 rather quiet years on thi Cai p 'ian of Jamaica, i had my find Introduction to literal horror A wild, roaring, navage hui I.rst hit us head 00 heie in Kingston on tha •if this formerly lovely i I I night Indescribable! B praeUcally miles n hour from 1130 p.m. until 2 air;, next r M in,: pouring through weUa as though ihe) paper. Books, raeords of S i louu n s, furnil ed. nyjna %  was such that moat of the ttrucI down in the Bret coupe ;;ick. Shi] %  %  ere today! %  • % %  dej literal: %  %  sands are hoti Our ileaders Sajz if you BM anj waU iwiii it nisi so previ aleti report %  :• :• %  were not .iu-1.. the v il the i 0 are H" I % % %  urn Uvini r %  our mi -.1 peordi \ i % %  m S> (Kill II. %  Matii '.sing | | but still I which for %  ) road teams a many %  ilad liki n garrathei %  %  about *2.ooe k on a i e IB4T. I com0f tins %  %  en tr>%  %  10,000 WtV 8 i IN I' i tribuAi/ia/s Seoute riitor. The /l3i<>cofe— SIR,—The Barbailo; '. i Bog Bcouta v | Oil : %  -pi.:. : account givrn on Sn'imtay in the Itarbasioft Advseste : .,Investiture of three Ki U '* Seouts si Oovenunent Rouse on Frida> n but, r. mighi %  B anthe •Hialify for the King's Scout Badge in the Island The is not so. a there have l-een over %  U Ilarbados under the old n prior to 1946. In l4 IrnaNriaJ tfeeoatuarteri in 1>>ndon revised ihe %  % %  %  • i K %  %  %  • new regulations. The %  % %  i %  %  %  rathe] Youn faithfultv. I KAURIS N %  Anglo-( iiban I'art: I'sjcliologicai Blunder "Liquidation of Empire Proceeds." Say; LORD LYLE THE **gnitfg ,,t tha An^lu Cuban trade! pan i ical blunder ol the lust velar, nyi Lord Lyltof Westbuurne, penetLtd and L>Lv, in his first twnunent on ttw agreement Ilia eoniinent, lo^elhor with a further conIUOD oi ihe pact IIOIII tha Empire In%  i Aaaociati ift, ii.i\been published 111 columns of the London iail> lele^iaph. hUfl I I in .spuiidenl ol the London Times has declared that West not Decesjeaztij! juauiied. •'Having brought relations between ouraiid so many foreign countries to a pathetically low ebb," declared Lord Lyle. in a typically trenchant criticism, "our .i.ners seem bent upon producing UM itati uf aifairs within the Empire.' in rafei I %  the ganaroeity of the Empire During the whole course of the war and post-war periods British Commonwealth sugar producers have stood behind tie mother country and ensured the bulk of OS* supply at puces far below those obtain' mg In the world market. i it ii a staggering fact, and few may realise it, that in recent years the Min: Food has paid to foreign producers if nigar almost twice the amount paid to tlim the Empire. "How do we repay this astounding generfcoin our people overseas? We enter -nto negotiations with Cuba 'under the •iivinu-r', without even extending to Empire "umiies tha courtesy of price consultation. "A developing cigar industry in Jamaica I an dealt a ifntvous blow and it is diltl"ult to see what we shall gain in return. I ii at this late hour, thai Government will see the merits of the itrong representations which have been made to repair part of the damage by some able adjustment in the tobacco duty. "British West Indies' fugar and cigars are excluded from the market in the United through the application of rigidly eni and tariff regulations. British Waal Indian cigai depend on Britain for a market. Cuba benefits greatly from the American market. She sells there roughly four tunes tha entire B.W.I, export of sugarwhile her export of cigars rose from an • liOO.OOO per annum in the fiveto 1W9 to an average of over 12 million In the three-yenr period ended June. l MA, "The Question should have been ith ..; .. higher level. The liquidation of the British Empire proceeds. "Throughout the loyal West Indies there is hostility to what has been done and! U) luw it has been done. There is a feeling' an let down. Great acts of statesmanship will he necessary to repair the "Above all is the necessity for a complete change of heart in our attitude to Commonwealth attaint, .1 ivatlirmation of our faith in Empire, determination to strennthcn the ties which bind us together, and the reiteration ri out gratitude and affect ion for those who stand behind us. coma what may." ( OMMONWIALTII SUGAR PLANS All HINDERED' Mr W A. Wells, public relations officer to the Empire IndUStriM Assitciation, also in a letter to Lbs Dally Telegraph, points out that 1 ot the immediate situation which disturbs Commonwealth sugar producers but the fact that their plans for expansion are hindered, if not destroyed, by the introduction of a guaranteed purchase from Cuba. 'The Cuban pact is made with the object of obtaining access into Cuba for United Kingdom manufactured goods," he writes. "If it actually does so it may be fairly certain that the pact will be continued. In any case the Commonwealth producers hove to wait fur two years U> tinU out." Mr. Wells adds that Britain is apparently prepared to pay a higher price in precious in order to secure a market in Cuba than it is paying to Empire producers who buy the major portion of their requirements from Britain But in the London Times, a reader, Mr. H K. Cole, declared that it does not follow that West Indian protests against the Anglo Ceban pact are mstilied. The Cohan agraeauairt runs only until 1963 tnd the Government have specifically : I tind a market for every ton of produced by Commonwealth growers during this period." lie writes. "After 1953 when the plans for expanding Commonwealth sugar output come into effect, the Cuban agreement will have expired. and IBSa Britain's own re'inrements e.mimt be met entirely from •ommonwsslth sources, neither have they last few years. In point ban sugar has been regularly purchased, often in amounts greatly ex. %  1 •he 800 b %  1 annually for the n*x( %  aaamf to be llttl • ai Cuban sugar ha*. already been found necessary to supplement the maximum production that coul thin the Commonwealth in order j ippiiss. 1 I — B.U.P. TO-DA Y*S QVOTA TM.X "When others fail him. the wise man looks "To the sure companionship of books tin Ol A 11. VI Y I lOXiltV %  See us for the following . UOMI PIPt %  ". V. I't" nd FITTINGS GALVANISED PIPE '," GALVANISED BENDS — J". *|", IM" GALVANISED SOCKETS — >i". ." GALVANISED REDI'CERS — !>,lu %  ',' %  — V U GALVANISED L'NIONS — •". i" GALVANISED FLl'SH PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS Vl'.C. PANS — "PTRAPS I'ORN'ER BASINS with Prdr.UI, WILKINSON it HAYNES CO, LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : 4472 & 4687 — BECKWITH STORES THE RAES IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — A RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOR MOWKR (with molor) K80.J4 18" GAZELLE (with motor) 25 14 TIGER PUSH •** SPARE PARTS AVAILABLE DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 FOR THAT TRIP NORTH YOU NEED ONE Of" OUR GABERDINE RAINCOATS SINGLE BREASTED BELTED STTLE AND RAGLAN SLEEVES — ALSO — CAMEL HAIR AND WOOL MIXTURE OVERCOATS TIIERE'RE THE BEST IN THEIR CLASS FOR QUALITY AND VALUE C.OMt. AMI BO! FOR YOVRSF.I.F. Wl COM 1 1/ CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Om Hit.'WeeUblx • All Bran U'hrat I'mHs •"uffrd Uli.ii o atl ikf. I III II Fruit Sslsd Grapro Ota ws a Aprimi Nrrtsr Pc-ar-. Paaaassi swEnvi T#mr u AH it In a rlsss by Itself In a class by llself ur "ii. s kindred Spirit PHONE 4.00HA1IOS WE DELIVER I Oil IJ \l II Macaroai Sp* shrill VrrmlrelU 1 ii.iid.tr Cheese •'arr's Cream C'raeben Carr's SWMI BtocolU Carr's Water BUKUIU t 1n.d1.1n Salmon M'KCIALS resrl iiirl. > 1 -. per rb (ir-pe Frnlt Hearts 1:. per tin Osl Flakes— tic. per lb Chase a Sanberne —7e. per Un Insunt Coffee Llptons Tea (Spseisi)— 4W. per 14 Beef Suet30r. per lb Bone MesJ— He. per lb





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H EBOAi Hnann 11. lttl CLASSIFIED ADS. H,BLM % % %  %  HAKBOUR LOG BARBADOS ADVOCATE rnjpHOwi itci ""!.-, ch., Far H *f af" ''da***-'..! Car*, railing in* additional wwrd Term* M-een I V and 4pm MaHri i only aftar p i FOR MALE *•"• r*^ ***** n Mh a M cewli fwddp M tea-da — *t>rr !.-*• 1 (#(• word ueeka '. % Mill on aeek-da.* and 11 10 on Sunday*! *r> number ex aorOi up to H. And] er aord or. iM-d> an* r w<*d n Sunday* lot Mck CAB •fcrphon* BD 11 • fll an Board _nj .hmgled condition far **le u.a-i Ola. Holder. MNvour n B W I 11191 ^ CAR-One tfcr.de.H*. .i Car In n.M aoamor-ii wow. i Cleg" Older wiU inakr ..n ..ceil, ,i T*BL • %  — % % %  . Apply Harold We*., erhcad n (nat FORTHCOMING WEDDING '" I offer lor %  *:. their OtBcc No > rftau. ROOD — an A Mr *-rp ft. '"*f ti take pUc Kent on Baptarnbet IBth p.Mfl C'lnitopher Uibardr aldar and Mr. a F Bfi*. IN MF.MOR1AM RBI ,i BOSBBI E\ %  > M ••n 10th September %  • Bni eternal (rant him. Attar wcar> fight Shad on mm the radiance Ol Th. hcavenl, ] M in Manning and Family PEItSO.Vtl. The undcr.tgned 1' ohc canpaUtlor L. 1* ah Street. Bridget.. *'•* a *f < Sepienibet, • ACMB a ROOM * jtRriir* CAB-Butc BtralgM EigM J., „.lonB Will! Id. i. !" u .|r .., —I order App. L. N Bimaaatv | * %  •"••* known a. IINniAH %  St Jo*Hal mm '?!"*• < !" U~Hdi#> thereto 1 • i-n Th d waning, houae c-Umi op i %  %  ——, wr.ndeh. closed Varandah. Dr... Modal Morm Minor t i,nd Oimnt Harm.. 4 Brtionmi Kitcr, "ivri Balir Wui<* %  %  % % %  'X Wh.ttak.r U Caribae. I | %  llama, from Martinique Schooner Emmanuel C Omdrp KTi."" CM *"• %  5? i S rti pjfiit Ph.lr. Mark. 3d inna %  Capt La-rmc*. Irom Tnniuad PIPABTIKI4 %  m Studant. 4 4S ton p t < %  „ F*kbarioav for Anltfua *_ Oanvmadaa, 1 In i ona nai. Ca| Hi::., CARS IBM tV-.r Balaam. 19' la> i nndillon. I Ml Ford Prefcet awalW, IV C L Tann.. •: %  H i aral^ondllMA, ^IPW Kal^r Badan under S.0W mile. IBS Ford VI Tourae uiubl* lor m-kl'id Pick-up Cneap ^i^".it"; J?" ^ Ujan roR "* "OVAL <.ARAG LTD Telephone 4*44 t.t 91—Ik for Iledrit.s Capi Haaan nol turned .n. %  **. Adviaar. i aan ton. • • ire, p.. R^*enori i..r Grenada M.V. Canadian Comtructoi B'dofl Holds J vn To l)ra\s In I -.S.A. Crickel Game Shirley GUI Thv Hero BY miHI) r itiKKO* TIIK HfcAT and humidity oi the M| W. k sided, and u briphl ami sunny iky by bailnn brtfMafj, provided the atmnspher* I Kme at Randalls Island nri Sunday Ust. An All B$ rteven met an All Jamaica aggregation I annual battle lor suprennu \ Some y*ar ago ihM game creat-* ed conaideiablr intere't and en'husiaum ami great cr*> | tourney to Randalla llan much festivity and Iniular aplnli ild run high SHIPPING NOTICES r..r furliier parlicular* and tale, apply to — COTTLE CATFOnn IMMEJUATX BT POVAI CAItAHK LTD Telephone M4 a Si—Tn. The undeiMcned will onVr lot Bale i uklit coeapellllun at Ihnr OfBe*. •. I llihh Btie'l, IrM^M-n. on Fild. M lth da> of Srplember. 1641. at I THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP. -Und -,, • 9.a -n, Jf e feel of land, adlomi.a Om Barbado. Aquatic Club. lofeOer with me Goodwill and Aueta of the %  err led on undr lh f hereb> warned afalnil lo mv wife MARION rhome. a* I do not hold ie for hei ia anyone *!• debt or I i ritt*n anfe raiTK WCCKES. Coxfo Road. %  Philip %  J VII %  • •."dition vi. little ii vi.Mim -i B.,.M e Speed Twir In ,.,. M ,„l ... between the an appllralion POVLTttT POULVm inp.iir,i ha* II iml R).nd litand Red r.llet. r-d. 4 rronth. old. Be • FeB* above name DaancnoH %  an ma n %  • and a p m For further pe.r1le.iUra. ot Mir. %  „ply to — COTT1*. CATTORD a Co 31 > Bl—13n hour, of a aa % %  .lit!...'. I'llBK MIIIIIS Taw eewr. pee opaia li-ir oa teeefe-rfov> ••d la ftniii/apnfe Ha. M faiidap* "iimimiim thargr |l SO aa Wak-deM>| --Ml II M on Straddwa MECHANICAL Tru. ten NOTICE i h_. ...(..; %  Id of I !' | t ..*e Jonea, fort, eel* of Charnork. i for the p.i.t twelve yeara, UUdBtton (ii rem.irr\ In thr nnd I l.l. 1 • 11 I.IQCOR LICENSE NOTICE The appl*,ii,,n of Gloru A Oamueli ••*- of Laquar l^cenae No fit of IMl iranted lo her m !" D t of aV.torV Mil r-illdma at Fairchild Street Bt Mul.jel for pernHMi..). i„ IIH ,, M Muor llrenae at a I ataewy wall txnidlna In R.*er Ho*d. SI Michael D. ted th.. 1th day of aapieir.ber IMl To: E A McLEDR EPD -olk-e Mamtrate. Dial A' ill oPkA A BAMUEtJt R R T*ii. implication Will be eonald^ "U" lJe *" M CWI to be held at D.tri -A-BB Monday the %  t II o'clocn of September Pnlioe Main M|in at the Coletldae Hchool on thr IBIh of Srplanlrr Prr. e.,1* of new pupil, will ho lnt.rw...| at ID a m on in17th at tha School J B YEARttoop Headinaatc, .Aa I | THE TURTLE SHOP MARINE HOTEL 0 -I'NISIALITIES" 1.9.51—1" a*>aa>0^'^^aOeae> e J e.e.e,e.<. ^.^. ." POKT8 CYCLE On* .{, L-d|- l'i-mber Sport. CycleCheap for cakh IH NewaajK a Co %  M jr. MISCELLANEOUS Tha undaeaianad will offer far Bole *i lybm^conqiallUon al tholr OAk. No Ul> I p.m. — The two'itorlad Dwalllrtghou.e krwiwi aa -CON1STOH". with •!. land whore... the aauna .tmida and thereto hrlonamr contalnlnc by %  danaaaurenMnt a,t aajuare feet or Iboteaboula, altuaur ., %  Iftlh Avonua Uellav. IR|. Michael Irrpectlon br appointment with Mm I L Toppin. th Avenue. Dial ITI4J Tor f.iriher particular! and conditionof aale. apply to: — COTTLE. CATFORD CO si -NED CAMERA Kodak 31. Al Nw. price one hundred dollar* Fttt. Knighu Lid Ctiy Pharmacy. ll.l— T F H GAI.VAKtH . Prico ... ...... T.re O ) 11IEXTB I. a. t and >ot be beaten, enquire i"..... mtj r and add to your Una Shavini bowli, • %  Reduced from • %  at KNIGHTS LTD 1.0DGE-HV Road, with Clarke i the | lr-perlinn e' > II p m and a p Sunday. AppU itaaa • I St—In LOWER DREYS HOUSE. Chilli Ch.ir, Mtandln* on 3 Acre. B5'i Perch** of 1. *nh the Outbuilding! (hereto The DWaiJ.IMOHOVSK conlainl %  open and 1 rloaad Verandah. Drawiiuf Oimna Room.. Omc* 4 large Bed-o.v. toilet and Bath. Urge Kltchc a 'imiMET MAJOR'-CbBatructlonal Anal. "ikec ahaohitelT Rigid Steel riamework. %  Yi-m .i law packrla of UN1MET MAJOR' u ca„ cointn^'t Bdnchaa. St— fUlurea Bhelvu* TroIWyi, Tram a P MUSBON. SON B CO LTD Lwr a i oi >n The O W.,I Mill %  aa LOST MIADEBPair N plaatw ahadea in .•marked Imperial Optical Compan* Bet-e^ri Bank Hall Eagle Hall and White Hull Hoaiti Finder return C. B Cum ::rri>..i,-h. fu.lom.. Wharf Howard "| ii a u an WA.-Wt.O HELP FURNITURE AUCTION LOWER GREYS i II kl-l i Ml III it Brtaad Bearded Ball pello •UUH W* are favoured with Inatm. IIOM from tha Executor* of tl latr A F A Bllhop Eaq diapoa* of all Ihe very Hi Mahogany and other Furnltui atd BfT Kl „ lined below Ba on Wkdneaddv itt. Septembi alafcai %  • •urh. Hat Mo Till between 1 a. 2 p i All the follow in Single Ended Stand. BerbH-e Chair. Suite (Couch. J Barken Chalni. Dining Table 'neat it-lSi IJ Dining Cham. Serving Table. Pie Cruii Tip-Top Table. Swivel Offer Chair. Tea Trolley "with fide Bap*.'. China Calfra-I. Uquor Cabinet, Sideboard. Serving Table 'Plate Olaae Top'. 3 Tlar Cake Stand. C'lall an't Cofle* Table*. Plant Stand. Drop I**f Table. P> Oe-oalonal Table*. Bereena. Tray*. Towol Rack.. Pr Sinai* Had* >Vono Spring.'. Triple Mlifor Dreiilng Table. tJlge Wardrobe with kMig Mirror. Book End. All the above m Mahogany. Grand llano (John Bcoadwood and Bom. Elaitrlc Sewing Matkbio iAm.iic.ri Nalionali PhornU Electric Vacuum Cleaner IAI itewi. Seweral Kitchen and other T.blaa. L-idera, Cedar Wardrobe. Marble Topped Wa.h. ataoda anal Ware. Roll Top Deak. PMe Linen Pr... Fold mat Canva* aod Dr.k Chili.. L'prlghl Chain. Marhl. Toppad Table*. Deal Linen Pre*.. Coolerilae. Mirror*. Chiming Clock. Carpet. Iced Wain Conuinar. 4 Single Hair Mattre—a. PUlowa, road Bin Wand and Coal Stove. Iron Safe on Stand. B Good aalvinKed Iron BuckeU. Oood Aooortmenl Gliowarr and China. Eacellenl heav Silver Plate All In nd% %  oiMlitior. Ic* Bucket. C'tail Shaker. Cantaan Flah Knive*. Fork, and S-rvetv II Deaaert Knivc and Sp....n. IS Boup Spoon. B Table •*,>.->.. If Dlnnat g r.d partU I? rireakfe.t Forki Tea Sp.m Cake CofT-e Fork.. 1 Seta Fork.. Graw Ladle. Crumb Tray. Aaaorled Ijnen. Several Pair. %  gaal linen. Tweed and Drill Sun.. Momma Sun. Hau. Boot.. Shirti ("' I'rderwaar, Miar Kitchen L'tenill.. and marv other iticlei I.H.i Retrr.kinial. Availible CAtlt ON PAU. OF HAMMER AUCTIONEERS IT C.ta A r 8. P V A. Phone 4640 Plantations Buildioe %  1TRNOGHAPIIBR AND TYPLST haa had previoui experience Begin. need nol apply. A H Bryden A Telephone. Garage lor SirvanCi Boom* with Toilal and Bail-. Cattle, and Poultry .Pan* Otter* In writing will be received b f the undenlgmed up K. Tuaadai. the Brth IIMt.. %  14pm The vendor dorD*M Wnd itarlf to accept the highe.l oi h.pactlon oy di> on BBf For further partWulan ir.d condition) of rale, apply to: — COTTLE. CATFORD A CO NO II High Street. Bridgetown 11 B 51 Or AUCTION Al CHUN HALE AT Cl 1()MOn Tueade? lltn Saplembor at USD o clack at the Cuilorm I will aetl b. Auction :* Cartoona ..I I'.r.fllii Wii igi Mix Deal Plank*, and a Phd*. eonlalnlng II cartoon • oi Claaratte* Term* (Iilctly CASH DAHTV A s No 0 Swan Street, or Phono 11*1 t 1 fll ?n tfN-KURNISHED Room and kltchr -Ii.trat From Not lit Rent | *1 .rionth Reply RYE Adv.-,.t, 'eitiling DatM llrl WILL BUY Old Gold and Silver latcn caa*.. Rnia>. Bangle., broken i-welietj. .-ic Call or dial 44Jt Gorr.nge* u.i.ci... aa -,. Bail—Jn WABTBD TO R*>T "ARFBOIBB TO RENT In ** .round City—Stanfeld SCott a Co Ltd. 1.B.S1—I r n. FOR RENT UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER •BOP .-HAITI. ST Oi THtmsDAY the BHh we will aril ..'. St...p R. ildlr.g *Hn t roof, covered ...trier of Chapel anci Hurt Street, neat Plantathvi. Ltd Sale 1 mtitt* 1EKMS CASH BRANKI:R. TKOTMAN A rd"s. Englan.1. i I'lil.n |n. arvM t. .il.irming tail I Shirloy Oill. Empira and Barbadoa left arai cricketer Wha l* now resident in TJ S A wa* tha aaro in a recent cricket match between Batba dlan. and Jr/iaicam. Here la graphir accouut of hi Hng by a .port* report*, ot the Amstaid.m New-. Dudley Barrow, hlmvir a Barl-dian hat*) f,...>i.a Leewa ii s-sg*. HIIMI a c*J I in TkiNi B W I and DA COBTA a f O BARBADOS B W I %  %  ada und Aruba %  %  Wedncea.'i 11 | %  \ssrirtAIIfTf. INC Te.e No BMT Be Wi.e... "ADVERTISr." SAGUENAY TER ANADIAN SERVU I; From Halifax. VS. & Montreal for its Bl uVj ..I as tadnxi : evidnit I Foi' Amherat. I.I Then. a. Brunei! a Attila %  %  Staratone. a *. l.ui| i. \ampa %  Speaker, a a. P Orinoco, a • N*MI.I. g.g Hi., de PUt A *i Lo.de Honduraa. Northern S-r, g Oaarogoe. a • I Tkraaa. S B Ml real. Wilier-.'.. Alcoa Pionoe,. uolore*. Ocklllnck Hill.. SehoU. Stud.-tndreina Maraano i M-.ii D. .rlcan Trade, MAIL NOTICE .:... M.I n. Ordlr. Sepleml rltidl Oulana b\ Ihg '> %  I be ck>-*.i at the Oorairi under and Reai.iered Mail %  I y Mail al ins p m oi r, IMl GOVERNMENT NOTIfE VACANT POST OF M HI) \i OFFICER OF HLALlll BARBAIMIS. BM I Appllc.itlong iir* invited foi the post of Medical Oflicrr oil Health at Ihe SptMi;! 1st BmXm Cfniro which will larva tha Big noitheiii panaheg ot Barbados, covering a populalloi of somr sixty Ihouaand people. The salary of thm wholelime poet which Is pensionable in the scale M.320 x 240— S4.800 (HritiB.1 West Indian dollars). Salary subject lo deduction*of 4K of tuilary under Widows and Orphans' Pension Act unless wholly or partla|l> exempt by membership of Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme in .'innther .,v I. II. I tory for the atari I immediately apparent that Barbadoa mtemkd lo make %  tar) "i %  ii then ict tl Ihnr iletri(oiiii.Hon ln-!io I the spectators i. their feet in an exdtemenl and anxieti The batsmen lemained calm. 'Uinling' IIK Th. rantur] "--. raached araa aeitlni rast, bul capi Oill iaw '! %  po Ibillli of nuikina ju win The race again bralaaj et united Hawover, with at 114 rune, the Umpires .Ie. Iai g game ended mil "ii Uv Hal ,i and liftuiK Robtnaori and QUI klghl tti.tii in llu I'.ivilioti amid %  i %  innual I i „ al KaiuiitlU Island Tht ii ot ihe crow I doubt credllably affect U>. niaining fajnoi at ihe Stadium thll season. The Now York ('nek.'. Touring Team to llettnuila drierlake ;n a aelection of Ihe rest Barbadian New York, on Sunday, Sept I I >av the Mnntaer I pet..I'll. runs Hi. I %  I the (MM I %  m litoi i. ... r* ago whrn M i ecked Park Bill w h Bailey de(-.ill lared with one %  After Ihe Luncheon period. BarJamaii nildenl ihat gttaek, i en ven could not equal th... tbaj BB< DUl I v. it The Clulr -ill tiiiertain u West [ndiaii ul'ack was openetl by Itliaul ;<>•<' M. ven fnmi Boston. POI.VI REB1 BENN1 it>i Riven BVMPRIM IK SERVICE Frnni l.ivrrpriHil imrl QlgBattW tapeetea Arrival U.K. & vONTINENTAI, SERVICE ilwerp Mallergim %  peeled Anlvil I.. Brldael... Barbada. A.enls PI.\\TATU*\S EIMITEI) — Phone 4703 Atcoa, &***&. 9iu. ..... NDI uanci J5K5S-! "" K """"" A STEAM,It .an •OI IHnill ND Meat* at Bklp CANADIAN SFMICr s ALCOA PAB maa DA 111 lilMM uses %  J'.l 34th Auguat sth BaajNl %  B %  H Auguil 1*1 rteatri. I 1. Beptember Will. sonilinoi M 1 \ ITl.ASUS The** veaael. hBVI I Ml %  i %  BBkri PM Kirrr port SEA WELL M.I i. \\ s n\ linn I Main. Spent*. nen,. %  . A H..V.. Pr.rc-.pe A %  oi C Mm.. I.. I M. I I. A house allowance is paacJ the rale of 10'; of salary Wuurters are not provided .V Travelling allowance f iayable in accordance with UWIFBTI* oral regulation* made under (h. UbllC Officers I-oan and TrBVell ing Allowances Ait Ftahas I %  !" .' Sun I I ,., i %  % %  a am*, M inn Sfc.ele M Wr.|. .1 B',...,ll u TgJ • i Brawn T Am.-in.. i Pollaid Hink A is I UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Fnda. Septrmbe - Garaa* Ltd dard Vanguard ,1 ... 1 BBJ aBal Pinfold St., |r Praciically new. K>a,.:.ard In a.. I Mlal'oam ekorua tea** TS renn and SB cesta TUMJH 24 uorda — ovar ii teord* S eawti a • %  <* Airy Hill. Saint Joieph on Wedn**dav neat ltth September at S p m *ne double roofed houae alia 10 and TO %  B wllh kllehen Term, taih D'AttCV A SCOTT. Auctioneer S SI -an lrrnj; HAMILTON. lao UnfUrnUhad. 3 b. palalra, Beaakfaat room. >.n. tain *fo children St l-rII '-.:!... hath, kitcha* no doa* 11 v Si—In riirrai >:.:>v St Lawr*SK-a Oap i lit October. For II a SI -tin WBST RAV. Garde,. Land. Ch. Ch lorn Orloher lit. 1BBI Silting room dlr ing room and 3 bedroom* with arater nd built-in cupboard! Oarage and tar >;..* iroa. SI Pctci FOR KIS ON I 'I-.. LEAS* ONi; NRWl.V aujut atmoAi^iw • I Jama* Coait >T nalrr* train l-iwi r.ll. rumlihed, a bedraotne. 2 ball and loilet All modem convenience Private Beach, good nea bathlna Dl MTi a • si—* Candidates must hold I'radiinle medicul flaaf ggg re| 9 in the Unittsl King.i. must possess a Diploma I'ubhc Health or other gen qualification. A degree, dlploi or tertitlcate in Tn.pi..i and Hygiene is desirable LMH > essentiaj. 7 Duties of the ntf\cv are' ascerlainable by request from the Colonial Secretary a office, but i A 1'ilarliii. Jt*Mi II i.. II ... lull*—II (... Baa Ilia Jarnri Thompain. Cauiidi (hrntMo Aii.inr Bernar.1 Dasalaj OreasM Hum* t ... I-. V......I. Ruben MrQuallle. Martya Rotieit MeOsarttk I ,.. . H Beck II..I., it I. Bl nl • %  %  %  ii.. i %  %  %  pgsaa *.a la 11 I...... trill.. i aMan !' % %  % %  1... I :..,.. i i Hod* Bobi nhart lal.a-all I Iil-ldad PI %  l ... i.i'-i i • I ..". I>. Ilailraia laBBB, Harold ii.-. % %  I..I. ,,.... lar I. I...In M i. i>..ia„> Roaati Ba*a... wnna M. w All i Babgrl fcmu i, i ii. ii... II n %  .. %  i . ,. | „ Robarl llesk. J. J..... Eateva. I !,, galava OraelaU Eaie\a. I i M. Ho. E.'.-va '.. i BBMI \%  • Deaeag Itephen r Faerl* Bl'a tarnei Thompnon. Cleime Thurin. I'loiid., Baskal ra I krlattap H..i,ard t,. Ileinard Ithina Coi -l ,..l Daw WE ARE BUYERS We buy anything eonnectr-i v %  STAMPS Sh—t. Single SUmp.. CoUarlloni. Arcuraulattan* a.a Covers, Oood pricss Pak) al ine M'll-.n: n *rAMP SotlPIl 3rd Floor. No 1* Swan St Lei l,i"i(l IlKMII III Make yonr llatne anal Office mere attnrtlve' BedHradi. Red. Cradles Spcng. sideraili, Larha Ward..*— B.ire... Unen Praaie. Waonilandi Nlghtrhair.. tart*. •ion and other Dtning Kltchei A Rao !" Table* Larder* Wang..-.. -Chin*. Kitchen A Be-ir.m Cabineta \'.IHHLS Tub anal B.„h Furniladrrla *>rin( aid Spring. i .U.lon. B4 SO ..p Hloprr.g and Plat T.-p rk**k. Bookrarki. L. S. WILSON SPIIY ST. ADVERTISE l\ THE ADVOCATE ^VrV.W/.V/V//////AW/ ( MM Ml lo (hr PARISHIONERS f ST. MICTAEI. The Vestry of St. | Michael will appreciate £ it if all owners of Trees, ^ which are fiver-handing S Highways, and so shadS ing the rayfl of Street < Lamps, will co-operit.* ^ by either trimming these 5 irees themselves, or by ^ ft giving the necessary permission for them to be irimrnod. so that the full benefit of the light can be obtained oadly these include port heulth Frdrik-v, and quarantine servlci, 1 rupee,}£ !r'itli*'''' *w.' lion of schools, public health education, maternal and chiln welfare and other clinic appropriate to Health Centre service: nd co-operating with local government bodies 011 matterrelating to raritation and hygiene 8. It is proposed that four (4i Public Health Nurses and one Sanitary Inspector wl'l aid in these duties. P. The Medical Ofncer Health Aoukl be expected to lake up duly on or about the 1st January. 1952 and ap) should reach this office not later the" the lftth October. 1951 6 9.S1—St. At rente Heat,.. .. Peie, BelliM s-„.i.-j.. Uarsai %  Wella. %  %  pr. lard No,"an Km, .I„an King King ntrsatt si at BM 1 Far Tilaiaad Hai..w Bonn M Boon. A Edw id Pil drBr ol Per %  as, u 1 n..-,.„ I. H>* inth • %  Borma Clarke II. I-. : %  !. Edgar BM 1. >.. Bar* Oavid K %  IHar.r. Burde Frederick wBriBBIptlM 1-1ta-*l. Ar... "" '" s I tron. I-1 It TtH 0CNTIAL I>II' .iriirr of Hnxil A I udor MreeU >*e'a*V-e', '//.V/l'/,V,V,',V,v,W.V/.',' Wm. F0GAR11' (BAimAiKf) \M\. \ E. C REDMAN. Clerk. SI. Michael's Veitry. \OTKI; OUR Cl STOMKRS ARK ASKED TO NOTE THAT OCR BQRKIHOP AND SKIIVICINC; DEPARTMENTS HIM. BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEPTEMBER AND Hll.l. RE-OPEN AI.AIN ON MONDAY. I7TII SEPTEMBER. H5I. SO AS TO ENABLE OCR PERSONNEL TO HAVE THEIR ASM Al. LI AVE. A SKELETON STAKE HILL BE AVAIL ABLE FOB EMERGENCIES ONLY. OUR OI'FICE. (iASOI.INK SPRAYPA1NTING. PARTS AND ACCI SSORIES DEPARTMENTS H ILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL 4 4M IIIISV WHITE PARK ROAD GARAGE — DIAL 4616 For Baby', comforl plus Huubomi nnminm For nic in hair.;. ... of wear la... PEDIGREE OR TANSAD PRAM, PErUMBUI-ATOR Olt PUSH CART A new shipnipni just received Home 1 .1 II i-ci : C foii With t\ MADEIRA WICKER 4-PIECE DRAWING-ROOM SUITE lull I 411 li/ 1111,1 Si-rur,Yimrs ul.. mXXZ.' IV9VWMW.V.WS.WS.V. FOG\RTl'§ ?



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