Mc-^lnah Sandra W. %  Hi ma Aurxti (iart.a Donald Sima. Mm. J.'nn I -1 Atk ...M. Jr.r. Allcrwfl. KUM specially packed tin! wallet ling itribulu Aduli %  i %  i ".ri"'"'' udion oi wi to the cause ol H n the Island. let to IT-.. |.. %  in i offered an exabaanoa <>f Mis(' %  %  ideal >f thi I i who w unfortunsiea ill M>eras sun IBM as ai i. | the onanlon at aB the ntasa i'ert Mr. Douglsi Smith Oiat he h.ui won a place n of all arbadian5 1! would not dwell at length n th -hfllcultte* the inland hsd exprnanding a Res dent Tutor At length hewev. B 1 i rsity of Cambridge ha I % %  .i.ias-Smilh I *ear which eventually %  SB two He SMI %  that on the .xpity %  I ided at u result Of whu h M>, l>o,iKlas.Smith would he ren HIT ,.,n,i f,,, long ii to eon i In .Vlmin.hlr Qualities Mr of living Khifdo II. that It will have this or any other bane%  "' %  % %  %  .-..' IT. that it certain!) : i t,;ue." he continued "Is gravely tn jeoixn %  further Increased sales will make tall step unni Mr McConnell con*: statement with this uibul en-Mri %  iiumn VB,I,I, ^ statement with this tribute to UK S5*?lsLS varssrx and women more i mem if this measure comeforce—and it is only by continued davefc menl of their resource* that Incrosstng colonial populai -an maintain, tel alone improve, theh prewut low living stand%  Snear Interests Bones I It urn To London She Was Invented By A Scientist After centuries ol attempt! by artists to %  n claim for science with Uusc pictures concOCtad in his laboratory The beautiful blonde does not axial her The lace is .1 eon i super-in.' 1 Bo || (tie 1 U Of UM -mihng fsee. Professor David Kats, trt*. Swedish ><-e average man instiiu 1 psychologi 1 .! who made the picD %  I perfed f thll is true. \\ raises 3 n inblenrl of the lovatteM features oi ier***hng Itettday mie-iion voung womanhood. Is thb. tne tvpe of I 1 '"' Ha aho baUan .. an judge* iwk fur bo UM %  esinai ethereal qjaiity. which in-juty rompetiuonal —I I s FWO0 PACK (i) course of his wot K ban D> iglas-Smith had (Usplayai %  dnilrable siualmes. n< would not commit himself to ,W ctding vhettaar thasa qualities hac rrlval Ii Houaooor whether he possesses TC Bui 111 an* .'vent I S' ih had earned th. rt| aridarad s one of •heti. T 1 iia nib eTi of the I • %  -nation felt thai they 1 %  press their ai l> rotTTi and b a gift, t 1 o monetai v value of which klQjiiate 11 it'i Ion of their %  wards him. Miss Gloria Cunmiliis the Sc.iemade Ihe presenutlon gill flmtltl thanked the m annas i for then voej pVnasi t Hi fall thai lhi* waan. %  mi when ho am ovetgenerosity an 1 Of 1 %  .ii.'. 11. I it hail been made posi to nttnui hi< won. ban Hi ho.iod thai Ih'' nn r cordial rel • .1.1.1 1,1 ..xtT.'. .Ki ti ..ii %  t.. ransnMd In HH iear ffrturr %  that u %  via. I th 1 Turning to the company's sugar interest LONDON. Sept. 10. Collection of bones, believed of Cotonel Parcj Dr. Thomson Reports On Social Diseases .. prospecu f„ r the <,urrCM iWaetory so ,,',„„ .,^,' ",., ,,,,„! far Preeeni astlmauM gra that SSr 1951 output win exceed thut of i960. Booker estates produced IB.T72 tons of -^ugur in 1950 reached ike*. The HI [.rising skull, o set of top dentures tibia* ; : den, o, ,ho Pan,r to Bmll .IJ A ^..I.I^ J^.— __ ._ .L. ,, airnne. Vr nf-n' !h c ; n noids Top dentures w.ll be a ^1 ,TnZtL ?r^i J. *? duc H K Dt Butt* rlai r K m • 1 ad hxtunataty %  nly minor dain;ige The rLt-patient ilepartment of the I] College HospiUl was nearing completion nnd |ook< 1 II Haiti U a %  ampiiign for the %  %  %  %  co-operative effort bat weal I be Haitian (3overnnwnt, the H %  . 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ESTABLISHED 1895



Iran Gives U.K. Ultinvatum

Threatens To —

Hav bates

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER



Expel UK Oilmen

TEHERAN, Sept. 11.

RAN sent its ultimatum to Britain, warning that)

British oil experts
Country unless Britain
settling the dispute over



PROTEST

The Parliamentary Oppo-
sition of the Electors’ Asso-
ciation headed by the Depu-
ty Leader Mr. E. K. Walcott,
yesterday waited on His
Excellency the Governor and
protested against the sending
of Mr. M.-F. Cox, M.C.P.,
as a delegate to represent
Barbados at the Tourist Con-
ference in Santo Domingo
this month.

The grounds given were
that on several occasions Mr.
Cox had publicly expressed
his opposition to the encour-
agement of tourism in this
island.



France’s Recovery
Astonishes Vice
President Of Brazil

PARIS, Sept. 11.

Joao Cafe Filho, Vice President
of Brazil, said he was astonished
by the industrial and economic
recovery of postwar France.

Answering questions during the
Press Conference in the Brazilian
Embassy, Cafe Filho said his visit
to Scandinavia had been a very

short one, but he fully appreci-
ated the need Brazil has for

specialized technicians from Scan-

dinavian countries and algo, the
necessity fer Scandinavian
machines, He stressed that he

was unable to sign any contracts
for the eventual acquisition of
this material for Brazil’ since his
trip was not an official one.
Referring to the question of the

a Se ees eeestesessSSSSSngSp SISSON ene en en





The reaction was instantaneous.

Within a couple of hours of
receiving the appeal a telegram
was on its way from the Mayors
of Fowey agreeing to start a fund.
The telegram also requested one
thousand copies of a handbill
announcing the launching of the
appeal,

Within two days those handbills
could have been in Fowey by post
but that was not good enough for
this little Cornish community

A taxi ordered to call at

e We India Committee office

London and pick up bills to
take them to Paddington Station,
There they were put on & train
end collected at Fowevy

Within 24 hou they had beer

second was petering out as it ap- with low cost consumer goods in abundance, and freedom today to relax the exchange re- : ow Mayor of Kingston, the need mu intel ities ' series

-andinav r r the ={ pros i ’ es sure today ? Whatever it is Mayor Ingston, ind responsibly deal with a series
Scandinavian request for the ex-| proached Iceland, from fear. They believe this because they see no other #trictions_ among = 50 =member send to either of the Banks be tremendous and urgent of provocative incidents, Other-
tension of the air service through| The Weather Bureau reported a ss : hations. the offi { this News- “Barbadians from every wall tie. the Usiled Nationa: Tdeeek
Brazil to Chile, he said having] at 3 a.m. that a more severe hurri- major threat of war among the nations than from Soviet IN CAPRI—King Farouk of } oF A See f lif . preciate and respect an tide will ofuitely: bear the full

roy a7) . 5 . EE _— paper. oO e apprecis b & espe at nde ay “ar
been away from Brazil for the cane was about 400 miles south- expansionism. sets teypt and his wife Queen Narri- ik willbe acknowledseds will not cast aside lightly an ur- reyponsibility af all consequence
last two months he did not follow] southeast of Newfoundland, mov- Visions of change of heart in y ° man arrived in Capri Tuesday en t prey. ack, 9.00629 |) gent plea for assistance, - © yresulting iim pROCTAStiNG
very closely the subjeet, but he]ing at about 28 miles an hour,| Russia have flitted through the U.S. IN ries Mavvt. Fs ar- ae ate Go, Lea, es Pt { el , obstruction negotia-
oso g ‘ . . route to Bay pt. arouk and Na ; Churehwarden of the Parish of }tion and st of neg

‘rom iopunrtininase Seotanae a Oe ean tase ade ai nope Fe ch aE Rent eee: j . r ~ riman will spend a few days in Yeahs. Per on Ba 1 300 St. Michael has received this ap- [tions and of the breaking up
the Brazilian Go were in/extending 200 miles from the}as a result of Soviet talks about Drive Throu h Capri atare ending their honey-| jak Seen 3,00 St. Michael has , apr eine fee
no way definite and could be re-| centre. _ | “real peace,” “a truce in Korea,” 8 Dp tri , 5 M.D. soo 6§ (peal. He has established a cen- Confe e Site
considered,” The report said the hurricane is|and “feelings of sincere friend- ° moon trip. ' B'dos Conerete Work 100 tre at Queen's Park House for re onterence Site 5 ;

Talking of France, the Brazil-|the fifth this =, and is likely to] ship of the peoples of the Soviet Red Lines i Acting Superintendent oo | (ceiving wearing apparel for men A Oe we Gavrnent he Maso
ian Vice President said France} Gurve east-north-east at an in-]|Union toward the peoples of the Pp ° } , reg do oie |women and children and canned {Proposal to change the ec (
increased her i:dustrial produc-| creasing rate of speed, but slowly} whole world.” This last, was in (By ROBERT VERMILLION ) apagos Party Mr & Mie A a Pear ab 00 =| | foodstuff The centre is open] site was an effort ta take attention
tion by 40 per cent. compared Will decrease its intensity during}a letter which Nicola Shvernik, EIGHTH ARMY H.Q., ated e | F. D. B 5.00 | ltrom 7.30 a.m. to §.00 p.m. You | from neutrality . violation ne
with prewar years. the next 24 hours. The Weather | President of the Soviet Presidium, Sept. 1! Still Leading Anon BS: are peked to send or bring vour | broadcast ps : ‘elping nay Ras

—U.P. | Bureau advised caution, but said}sent to President Truman. United States marines, backed ; gifts as early as possible, Time niet “did re z t a ae
damage is not expected because} Sceptical of Red Sincerity '|by booming artillery and morta: ATHENS, Sept. 11. | Total $9,057.39 [lis a great factor, Many have} ons ee ee ae damand
the ships had receiyed ample ; : mr : tall K negotiations, “then their den
Caan z = singin wha But, despite their hope that re- barrage, drove forward through The Royalist Greek Ral y already lost their lives Can we | for transferring the -conferen«

R is : L P roti The WF mil hotrizone the sixth lations would improve, officials|Red lines in the deepest thrust]of Field Marshal Alexander Papa = leer somethin to those in dire| site only serves to Avove Wiey. a
ussia Lost restige of the year, decreased to severe} Mave been extremely sceptical {into North Korea by United States] gos continued to lead Tuesday o, 8 Pl need before it is too Jate? Thelereating a pretext for breakine
= . Skit as - about Communist sincerity in this| ground forces this year. with just a few precincts and We si 7 ate ' thatere
storm proportions as it moved }@ ioAd tate Sack : The. Fir ee ae ; : an anal Britain ans organisers know you wi off negotiations if incert
At Peace Treaty north-eastward at about 40 miles | Peace talk. In the first place, The First Marine Division was|military votes missing in Greece's) the: ‘United Nations weGiecdenl
hourly toward Iceland they are convinced that the Krem-| known to be on the Eastern Front, | Parliament's election. Ti A 2 l Broadcast ‘in a responsible manner” wit)
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. ' f —v.Pp.,lin regime survives on tension|but Army censorship would not] There was uncertainty whether Long erm iif the alléged neutrality ~ violation

Kenneth Younger, British Min- \and fear—it could not suppress}permit identification of the point] the military hero would win ma- ‘i Apart from this broadcast, Rev the statement nia _UP.
ister of State, said Russia lost its own impoverished millions |of attack. jority control of Parliament be-| For Jamaica Pemberton will be giving a broad
prestige in the Far East at the ‘ IRE ;much less its discontented satellites] By Tuesday evening the leath-]cause of the late spurt by the| cast on Friday night at 8.10 rE ' D
Japanese Peace Treaty Conference TANKER AF. a! j without frightening them intojernecks had gained their initial third place Liberal Party of| From Our Own Correspondent The Churenwarden has cablec U.K. $ I roblem
in Gan Feoneionn. he oe. Oe PROVED A HOAX on eesti apsiite. Ot) objective aie Sophocles Venizelo (C.P.) | LONDON, Sep. 11 jthe Mayor of Kingston requesting Di l
Russians did not put up as good : ’ , | Plans for long term aid for that photograps of the damage USCUSSEA
a show as we expected and they MIAMI, Sept. 11. Ample Deeds of Peace Jamaica are under discussion in done by the Hurricane be forward
did not take advantage of tha) ‘The coast guard said to-day that In the second place the Soviet [ # + f | White Hall and it is certain that eq to him as soon as possible for | WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.
situation to run on the coherentithe S.O.S. picked up saying that} record is now so bad, that even ° m ans rh epe CLE | more help will be given by Gov- publication, These photographs arc Top British officials discusse
line of the appeal to Asiatics. ihe Gulf Oil Company tanker was| with genuine deeds on their part ernment. expected to arrive shortly with Secretary of State Dean

eR ; Ache Tuesday their fears t)

“It did not strengthen her pres-] afire proved a hoax. The coast|instead of mere words, on behalf In addition to financial help, it Added to the list of people who|Acheson Tuesday their fears th:
tige in the Far East.” Younger,/ guard and navy spent three vain|of peace,, some officials think it or es ermany is planned to send food supplie®! jaye consented to receive parcels | Britain's dollar shortage may in
who headed the British delegation} hours = = by A Ba sea hind oe be a re peters cuh- | when the food shortage is most! With a view to forwarding them Ff ne oopremution 5 > the re-
until the arrival of Foreign Sec-}the S, Gulfray, a 1 -ton tanker | fidence in Communist co-operation | severely felt in a few months.| Qieen's Park House are: Dean] #â„¢mamel t world,
retary Herbert Morrison, left New] reported in distress off Key mt ongld ‘. restored so i In Return For Troops ahark Mana, dabalenles te eciaten id, “Clovely", Eighth Ave Be ea, St se og Noraent
York for London.—U.P. wet ae ag ahah teas ask A Sa ae aga 9 ancial Secretary, is having dis-' 1116 Belleville; Mrs. Olga Sym-! cxnected development in the serie

Francisco treaty to restore peace A . \ with _ the , I t
in eastern Asia would have been For European rmy peer A oa a , monds, Bank Hall; Mr B. Cro"- of talks leading up td Wednesday
fa taeda 'eenatl ie Colonial Office, Treasury andy) , ‘ fouse, Bay!formal conference of Big Three
at leas small s -0-opera- : : ee s by, Bethel Mission Hou forma ifer g
. tion on Hussia’s part, oMcials said - BRIGG ether Government departments | ofroet and Mrs. H. B. G. Marshall, | Western Foreign Ministers
1 : Ssia's part, officials sald, (By JOSEPH W. GRIGG) about the best form of aid | : ; “ : } UP.
oO W n 18s men But, instead, the Kremlin chose | : FRANKFURT Sept 11 it je undemitond there may b Iron Barracks, Garrison
wae san deduced ty coacte THE UNITED STATES has prepared a ‘detailed plan | a long term loan “ of mone mW | . T » ‘] 1 T a]
e 9 50 nee, for giving Western Germany virtually complete independ-} nd an are ions of goods an I R L) MAN DE |: uN Ds
> icials sz at even ; e : Riek d ; raw me ; -
Are He ping ca is vs feelers ence in the near future in return for the German a | The grant of £250,000 alrea |
them of Soviet sincerity, unless it taking to furnish troops for a European Defence Army,| sade to meet damage caused b a ey vis (oy toe
was followed by other ample deeds responsible United States sources said. b eeniee ae oh ri id,” ae k D I (RAL bb L DG ;
of peace. They fear that the truce The United States plan will beyment as seen from here were | Cabinet as first atc | é
(From Our Own Correspondent) would only mean a lull before |}presented to Great Britain and! 1. It was reported that the| Mr. Newton expects to repor‘|
LONDON, Sept. 1. aggression elsewhere Franee ‘at the Washington Big| British and French ype mae i jback to Jamaica in about ten) WASHINGTON, Sept. 11
Y s fe Tihe Secretary of State, Dean |Three talks. The United States is]tated about giving Western Ger- | Gays RES WNT TRUMAN to-day defended the Federa
FROM ie CASTLE in the Nort of mnalens to Acheson, said recently that Uni- Janxious to put the programme inte | many as eh indapensenge = m ee : aa . ot “41 a ss Aas ais eae chat aka
Fowey in the South, money and goods are now being “ted States was striving to reach Jeffect in as short a time as possi*|the United States were ready to} sudpet avainst the e¢ sm of “ignora i é é
4 eS : i a situati i Russia. in which , ose “5 Si d]| concede. | * said : “The butterfly statistics” of his critics would not
amaica’s Hurricane Relief Fund. a situation with Russia, in which ble, these sources said and Unite heed ; , |e sal

ee ee qhpeicns of facts distributed around the town. the normal way to settle things |States Secretary of State Dean us The Sharh. Siew among! . Held I or Murder “stand up under honest analysis

this may not meen much to the). But even that was not enough. iat " a cain iation, for ferate’ tie teeeal: io nee. eloteall ere oa apled sith A The President spoke at the dedication of a huge
2s aicane i of its own|gotiate an n a so on, for erate e appea » 8 eciy | a lé Up , / - ‘ " . , : - oak
Giaie hamen hay eeeee thee Tews ae then tlay its sec-] which all the parties. concerned Jagreement on the German rearma- | strong political pressure on? han- And rson $25,000,000 weneral accounting office building Trumar
the full Pacnoe pod gecos g sey re broke] ond taxi arrived at the West India] could reverence, though it would }|ment he made in recent personal eellor Konrad lara a try o NEW YORK, Sept. 16 aimed his remarks at “economy advocates” who claim that

a Hes fo . ; d took ihemjnot be the ideal for any of them. {messages to British Foreign Secre-| get still better political and econo } NE Fay Spt. ? aH wag at al} kruntay
over the island last month, _ Committee Office an —ULv tary Herbert Morrison and French | mic terms by stalling on the arms! Three men were charged wit we are spending our way into national ban cruptey
onene 3 bauer od Mpg bs Se, aki the { Foreign Minister Robert Schuman. | question. bi homicide and arson Tuesday ate He said “this alarming thou he vont stand up under honest analy
story may do som Cc es 8 00 o ¢ % fence Plan “Acceptable” i city detective died in a $1,000 has some currency in certain cir si i
fort them until help actually amount already collected ay Palestine Peace The ene 5 to Responsible United State off 00, explosion and fire les and it is ured to frighten Urging that expenditures
arrive but it is a story typical] Fowey. Amounts ranging from ; top United States officials here] cials here said the United Stat One of those arrested wa voters, particularly as visions of} be cut lo the point where
of hundreds. one shilling upwards have been ray fan Hien 4a , ag 4 ; 4 restore se much 801 lothing manufacturer alleged| slections dance through the heads |lose more gin” the Président sa

: Pr ag ; I Ik P . d would even like to get the signa-| plan would restore se i 5 Oa a ; F ;

Last week from the Hurricane coming in steadily for the last two a S oslpone ture by the end of October of |ereignty to Western Germany that eeking to collect insurance of gentleman who are politic ys I don vant bo z st es nor +
Relief Centre in London anjor three days. The total may not agreements restoring near sover-|it should prove “highly accepta-| The detective died as he pur inclined. proves being too. stingy 0. DUS
appeal was sent forth to Lacs be known for a week. : ter en PARIS, Sept. nM _ feignty to Western Germany and | ble” to Adenauer and his Govern-|sued the trail of an arson plo oa mt, ones aie ee se ' trong, one ugh rope to tie hi
Mayors, Mayors, Lord Provosts} But while this spirit prevails alestine peace talks were fur-| setting down on paper the contri-|ment. They were confident that] that backfired last night into a ei Bets ss : aoa
and Provosts of every city and] Jamaicans will realisethey are|ther postponed Tuesday night as] bution she would make to Western | despite continued fierce opposition|inferno which wrecked a nin/ | stronger economically than it eve
town in Great Britain calling for] not alone. Arab-Israeli bickering dashed} defence. However they admitted |of Kurt Schumacher and his Se-|storey building. One of the alleg-| has er before tka Se t : Will P ‘
help for Jamaica. a hopes of a_ settlement emerging na is little a 1 likelihood of |cialists, Adenauer would be able]ediy arsonists was taken to hos- He added tha non-defence ex ‘ nute I ass
1elp » United Nz ; : i there is little actua . J k Sa eLIME', ae CRMMLARAIE - fiand

One such appeal was sent to Fi W T wane Har th gue ations sponsorec getting such speedy action 16 get it ae roved by the West | pital in a eritical condition witt paadinuts MIN nes ee ae Ps ai 2 ‘.

5 i ante . eve » e ; - rmié ame . burns J at “ ;
the little Cornish town of Fowey irst oman oO The Palestine Conciliation Com- The chief obstacles at the mo- German u U.P. A, Dai saath atlite how Ghia Military Bil!

PoP AS ater issi 2ad y Ely Palmer o e level they actually de- : ets tll
° mission headed by Ely Palmer of in price leve ’ vetu WASHINGTON. Sept. 11
Instantaneous Swim From the United States met this after- clined.” AS ITON, Set

was





A ee

will be expelled from the.
accepts Iran’s terms for|
oil nationalization. :

} The note was dispatched to the

Iranian Embassy in Washington,!
to be handed to W. Averell Har-|
riman, President Truman’s special |
assistant who acted as an inter-
mediary in the oil talks which
broke down last month.

Harriman was asked to hand
the ultimatum to the British.
British and United States’ sources
here, said that it was considered
“very unlikely” that after handing
the note over to Britain, Harriman
would agree to serve again as
mediator.

The ultimatum restated Iran’s!
“last chance” terms, all of which
have proved unacceptable to the
British in the month’s long nego-
tiations.

Opposed

Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
fired off the ultimatum, without
obtaining Parliament’s approval.
He steam-rollered a vote of confi-
dence in the Senate last week,
but twice failed to obtain a
quorum for a vote in the Majlis
— the Lower House. The Depu-
ties, Opposed to the ultimatum,
boycotted both sessions.

The Shah who is returning to
the capital tonight, from a vaca-
tion on the Caspian Sea, was
understood to be irritated at some
of Mossadegh’s recent statements.
His Court Minister, Hussein Ala,
published a denunciation of Mos-
sadegh for saying that the Court
was infiltrated with “British
agents.” —U.P.





Hurricane’s Force

Decreases

WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.
One of the two Atlantic hurri-
canes moved towards New York-
European shipping lanes, but the







England To Frarice

SANGATE, France Sept. 11
North American Florence Chad-
wick overcame pea soup fog to}
become the first woman in his-
tory to swim the English Channel



j
j

from England to France.

Miss Chadwick's crossing took |
16 hours and 20 minutes. This
failed to equal the other record
Chadwick sought—the England to}
France record of 15 hours and
30 minutes held .by Britain to



Tom Blower who himself was
somewhere in the Channel today]
trying to swim it both ways non-
stop

- UP.







U.N. Command Admit |
Bombing Of Kaesong

TOKYO, Sept. 11,

HE United Nations Command admitted that a United Na-
tions pilot bombed-strafed Kaesong by accident on the
’

night of September 1.
group, the statement said.
The admission came after

The pilot belongs to the third bomber

: a long series of flat rejections i
of Communist allegations that United Nations forces attacked
Kaesong. The first reaction here was that the admission might

alter tie entire situation. Ridgway had suggested that the truce

talks which the Reds broke off

on July 23 on allegation that |
{

U.N. Forces violated Kaesong’s neutrality should be moved

to a new site.

rejected this proposal and kept

In official stdtements broadcasts by Red radio's Communists

insisting that their complaints

be justified. The latest Red statement wus made by the Com-

munist ceasefire delegation, It

called Ridgway’s proposal “a }

new trick” and demanded that he admit the responsibility for

the alleged neutrality breaches

The United Nations Command announced to-night that the
United Nations border lot bombed the Truce Conference City

of Kaesong on September 1 as

The pilot of the third bomb group attacked the city which
had been declared a neutral zone for the purpose of the Armis-
> statement said.

tice Conference by accident, the

Communists had charged

“The United Nations Command regrets this violation of the

agreed neutrality which resulted from the pilot’s error in navi- |} ment of the silk industry through

i it the world

gation,” the statement said.

“Appropriate disciplinary action is being initiated, t is
noted that investigation is being conducted by the liaison officers

who established as a fact that
attack.”



no damage resulted from the
U.P



‘Golden Age’ Will Come

Nearer With Real Peace)!"

OBSERVERS THINK

(By CARROLL

KENWORTHY)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.

RUSSIA’S BEHAVIOUR at San Francisco dashed what
little hope United States officials had lately for truly peace-
ful relations with the Soviet Union in the near future.

North Americans generally think that real peace with
Russia would bring the world near to the “Golden Age”.



noon and ot the end of the session
said it still was net known whether
conference to end the Palestine
“war” would begin Wednesday.
—U.P





TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise 5.50 a.m.
Sunset; 6.04 p.m.
Moon: Firsi Quarter
Lighting 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 12.40 a.m.,
1.56 p.m.

Low Tide: 7.48 a.m.,
7.57 p.m.











| Suates
| United States aircraft carriers will

' mony

j lican Senator

12, 1951

|
|
|
'
I

From All Quarters: |





|
|

Carriers |
Will Have |

Atomic Bombs |

—~MC CORMICK

NEW YORK, Sept. 11
Admiral Lynde D. McCormick,
Commander-in-Chief of the United
Atlantic Fleet, believes all

bombs”
carrying

be “equipped with atomic
ind. planes capable of
m

: ‘
estioned by newsmen at Nor-
virginia Meadquarters, after
yesterday's recommissioning cere-
here of aircraft carriers,
MeCormick said: “The size of th«
htomic bomb has been reduced and
its availability increased.”

SILK CONGRESS .—The Third
International Silk Congress oper
ed here in London with some 30(
delegates from 16 nations includ
ing Japan in attendance

A. G. Bottomley, Secretary of
Overseas Trade for Britain, urged
the delegates to strive for inter-
national working agreements
which would serve for the better-



“FRAUD” CHARGES Reput
Wayne Morse ce-
manded a Senate investigation oi
icharges that two Chinese Nation
alist officers have been recalled
‘from Washington because they
{ tried to expose “fraud and cor-
truption” in a firm which buys
, United States arms for Chiang Ka
Shek. He said the inquiry should
officers should

or sent back to Formosa where
rs fear they will be execute:

MID EAST DISCUSSED |
Exyptian Ambassador Mohamed;
Kamil Bey Abdul Rahim spent 45

SE

minutes Tuesday with Asfstant
Secretary of State George C
McGhee reviewing the Wester:

Biy Three Foreign Ministers’ dis-
cussions of Middle East problem

RELAXATION The Inter-
national Monetary Fund proposed

——————_















On Socia





Dr. Thomson Reports

i Diseases





Dr. G. M. Thomson, Adviser onfin Barbadc he wa
Sccial Diseases to the West|the Hastings Hotel
| tine Governments with head He said that during hi tour
‘quarters at the Caribbean Med-|he was privileged Y
|ical Centre, Trinidad, returned |short visit to Haiti th
| home last night by B.W.1.A. after |ccurtesy of the Hait rm
|making a brief report to Dr.|ment, to observe the operatio
| J. W. P. Harkness, Medical Ad-|there of the World Health ©
viser to the Comptroller for! ganisation cz a1 f the
Development and Welfare on the! eradicaticn of Yaw
condition found during his | et aa
recent visit to British Hondura Emigrants’ Care

In Belize, there is now a clini

Antigua and Befize. functioning twice weekly for tl

During Dr. Thomson’s few day

@ On Pare 2









ITALIA







PRICE :

PIVE CENTS



MANOEUVRES



Appeal For Help
For Jamaica Meets

With Good Response

DESPITE THE RAIN yesterday many more parcels o1
clothing and hardware for the Jamaica Hurricane Relic!
were received at Queen’s Park House. Parcels are already
stored away in a room in the Park House by Y.M.C.A

Scouts.



The Committee organising the
Relief sent out the following
i appeal over Rediffusion — last
Advocate Jamaica night Tonight we wish to aga
: call your attention to the ver
Relief Fund urgent need for clothing ho
Another determined effort etc. to relieve ou ufferi
is required if the fund is to brethren in Jamaica, After reac
reach the $10,000 mark in ing accounts from Jamaica he

on the night of Friday, August 1%
Kingston and a large portion of th
south eastern part of the islan
was slashed and hammered
tween the hours of 9.30 p.m. an
5.30 am. by a hurricane of gre:
intensity leaving thousands home
We are absolutely convin

that an appeal coming from a re
sponsible citizen of Jamaica, th

and it moved only slowly

away from yesterday's total.
HAVE YOU SEEN
YOUR DONATION
ACKNOWLEDGED?

if you

perhaps

sent it in.



less,

not seen it,
not yet

have
you have

Why not make







the next few days.
Many donations did not
reach the fund yesterday













King George To Return
To Buckingham Palace

Butterfly Statistics
he said, i
statistic

This
butterfly

o meaningle









: ~~ 4 1 they eo to have me
LONDON, Sept shat they seem to he ;
e VI will return fre pluck right out of the i !
: are a} rfiv net o the effect t
indergo further treat-|4 Dutleriy ne to the ¢ t
ment hi lung condition at | men-defenc pendir increas
Bucl cae i ae \ t ror 100 eent te
2uckinghar 2alace, it was an-|4nywher am i
a ngham_ FP - Pah nencent ‘between 1040 and
unced or , y
i" : 1 1950
Although federa





The “ADVOCATE” caesar nurcoees. had
pays for NEWS fe aR cpg ge Feng
| Dial 3113 a en of ee eto el
Day or Night



lid
olid




ignorance

ulated on thi



it is done in some





} gomery

realistic
the Italian Alpine Forces and
the Artillery and watches pro-
gress with the aid of a field
telescope at Pian del Mentasio.

°
Ridgway

1 refutation of

Ficld Marshall Viscount Mont-
attended the recent
manoeuvres between



Awails
Red Reply

By PHIL NEWSOM
TOKYO, Sept: 11

Ridgway is still watling for an
vflicial Red reply to his note as it
nust come from Red Comm lers
North Korean Premie
Kim li Sung and Chinese General
Teh Huai \
which Peiping Radio
ssued by a Red ceasefire dele
ion in Kaesong declared: ‘“Nego-
jations can pkoceed on an equal
and normal basis in order to reach
reasonable armistice
the . United
side change their
unreasonable atti-
attempt to



statement
said was

Peng

ya-



1 just and
igreement only if
Nations Forces
irrogant and
ude, abandoning their
and — sincerely

livert attention









Joseph C. O'Mahoney predicted
the Senate will pass the $61,103.-
856,030 Military Appropriation Bill
with no substantial cuts








Senate leaders drove to cor
ictior 0 the measure ore
nightfall O'Mahoney its floor

anager, t ters there 1
but he w
i go throug

ld repor



'
|be some ma

| confident the bil
iin abe

i an











€ re ht to the floor
Econp idvé ere
i fignt
| noney bill in t
{t ime history Dem-
ocri Pat H. Dougl
|who broke down in the dramati
scene on the Senate floar yester
while leading the t for
ba has re rere —e









4







PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

A PRINCESS COMES

D" VAUGHN WELLS who
came up to Barbados on a
short Visit to see his mother, Mrs.
Mavie ‘Dear of Homede, the Gar-
fison, returned to St. Lucia ye
terday' by B.W.1.A.,to resume hi
duties Government Medical
Officer’
Business and Pleasure
T present in Barbados until the
end of the month is Mr. Ver-

a



non Knox, Director of Trinidad
Jewellery..and Loan. He is com-
bining business with a short holi-
day and is staying at Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bye Dee Lima’s home at Max-
well.

With Cable & Wirelzss

R; & MRS. AUSTIN BELMAR

of” “Winona, Maxwell, are

now tn Trinidad on holiday, Mr

Belmar is- with the local branch

ot Méssrs Cable and Wireless Ltd.
Civil Engineering

M* RONALD SMITH, son of

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith

ef Grenada, arrived here yester-

day morning by B.W.LA. and will

be remaining until Saturday when

he leaves by TCA for Canada, He



is studying Civil Engineering at
the Nova Scotia Technical Col-
lege, Halifax.

Ronald who had been spending
a holiday with his parents in
Grenada, has one more year to
complete his five-year course in
Canada. During his few days
here, he will be staying with Mrs.
L. Weatherhead of Upper Bay
Street.

He was at one time attached to
Cable & Wireless (West Indies)
Lid W trained their

and
school in Barbado

For Tourism Talks
M* M. E. COX, M.C.P., the

House Member in charge of
Tradé and Commerce on the Exe-
cutive Committee, has been
lected to attend as an observer,
the Third Annual General Meet-
ing -of the Caribbean Interim
Tourisn Committee, which is
scheduled to take place in Ciu-
dad ‘Prujillo, Dominican Republic,
from September 17—21

Mr. Cox is expected

Barbados on Friday next.
On Special Mission
UE to arrive in Barbados by
B.W.I.A. today from Brit-
ish Guiana is the Chief Inspector
of the British Guiana S.P.C.A. He
is off a special training mission in
erder to give our Inspectors the
benetit of his twenty-three years’
experience,
Back to Trinidad
MONG the passengers return-
ing to Trinidad on Monday
evening by B.W.LA. were Mr.
Frank Nothnagel and Mr. Vincent
Pereira. They were here for about
five days staying at the Barbadus
Aquatic Club.

Mr. Nothnagel- Bottlers Ltd. in Barbados and
Trinidad while Mr. Pereira is
Secreiary of the Trinidad branch

After Six “Veeks
FTER six weeks’ holiday in
Barbados, Mrs. Peter Dew-
hurst of Dominica, returned home
last week by B.G. Airways. She
was staying with Mrs. Robert

Yearwood of My Lord’s Hill.

at



to leave





TV N order to ensure that not even

the-mest secret back-water shall
be deprived of its share of the
universal stink and din, outboard
motors are to be fitted to punts.

Since the whole idea of punting
is a’ quiet and leisurely progress,
obviously 4t is time to modernise
it. But there are still corners of
gardens which are abominably
peaceful,...I. suggest that every
ceck-chaif and hammock should
be put on wheels and provided
with a small outboard motor and
a radio set.

The Hidden

Rhinoceros (V1)

OR the first time in her life
Magda Von ‘¥*kening was
t:eated like a jolly good sort
the champagne began to
Tussleworth became more confi-
dential. Secrets of the County
Championship were revealed with

work,

veckless abandon, Now and then
he would say: “Wish you could
meet. Polbury; marvellous extra
covet,” or “You'd love Cliff—
what an off-drive!” After; the
meal Magda lay back in an arm-
chair and read Rimbaud, while
her guest discussed the current
season's averages. In the middie

ot a-poem she heard a wild cry
“Yes! No! Yes! By Jove, he’s
held it! Phew! It was touch and
go. And that’s how Glamorgan
won,” “Bravo, Gla-mour-gan,”
said’ Magda tonelessly, Then she
put the book down. “Does the name

Driftwood Dawkins convey any-
thing to ve she asked. “What’
he play 7? ? asked Tussleworth



“He’s a secret agent,” said Magda
“He's t ying to sell an English
Sausage.” Tussleworth stopped



WNyion srockincs
a ALL OCCASIONS



Keystone’ 15 Denier
’ Aristoe 30

Morley 30 *

Charnes 30

Fully Fashion

a T. R. EVANS

DIAI. 4606
a

THE ADVENTURE:

As, What

Princess Najiah in London
’

Saturday’s Wedding

N SATURDAY evening last at
Providence Methodist Church,

Mr Carl E. Neblett, . Civil
Servant, attached ta the Har-
bour and Shipping Depart-
ment, was married to Miss

Katherine Margaret Hinds, daugh-
ter of the late Mr. Cecil Hinds,
City Dentist and Mrs. Hinds of
Deacons Road,

The bride was given in
riage by her cousin, Mr.
Hinds and was attended by two
bridesmaids, the Misses Grieg
Haynes and Margaret Atherley.

The ceremony which was fully
choral with Mr. Bentley Callen-
der at the organ, was conducted
by Rev. Bernard Crosby, Super
intendent Minister of Bethel. The
duties of bestman were perform-
ed by Mr. Conrad Long.

A reception was held at “Arin-
dale”, St. Lawrence and the honey-
moon is being spent at Bathsheba

Off to Trinidad
ISS CAROLINE PERKINS of
the Office Staff of Messrs
Hutchinson & Co., Lid, left
the week-end by B.W.LA.
Trinidad for a holiday. She
to be away for three

mar-
Arthur

G. W.
over
for

expects
weeks.





=

grinning, “Some firm roping in tl

Secret Service the
drive, I suppose,”
means unwilling to show
took an interest in the

situation, “This sausage is deadly
poison,” said Magda. ‘‘Aren’t the

all?” replied the cricketer jauntily,
“Are they?” responded the hostes
seriously, glancing over her shoul-
der to where a recording machine
was hidden in the wall.

for

that h

Lovelier Gas Containers

T must have been a proud day

for the Royal Fine Art Com-
mission when an Oxfordshire
town approached that body with
a humble request that the town’s
ges-container might be beautified.
advice was given? Were





By waving nis hands and calling





them, Rupert succeeds in
keeping the :nquisitive tle people
mway from the precious flying
He is wondering how

Bhs m away wren

‘ him '





e I a Fine Art Commissioner, thatch
expo t would have been suggested, with
he said, by no lattice windows, a lych-gate smoth-

economic



BARBADCS ADVOCATE

DINNER SUIT
FOR THEATRE

Hazel Scott
*At London
Palladium

TO LONDON

LONDON
_ Trinidad-born pianist Hazel
Scott has arrived in London with
her husband and young sen te
begin a tour of British theatres,!

| opening at the London Palladium/|
| Britain’s leading variety theatre
|Her husband, Mr. Adam Powell,
the first coloured member of
| the U.S. Congress and a leadirg

champion of the rights of coloured
jreople. He is attending the World
| Parliamentary Conference in
| London,

At the Palladium, where the
j best international variety acts

| have appeared since the war and



|where many famous American
ars, including Danny Kaye,
ve topped the bill, Miss Scott



jshares the top-of-the-bill position

|with three other famous acis.
Gypsy Rose Lee, the America
31r,p-tease artiste, Ted hey

| Eritain’s leading radio ccmedian
jund the Compagnons de la
| Chanson, a French harmony team,
}are on the bill with her. |
1

|





| ®ppeared
} musical films.

|
|

—B.U.P.

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951







11.15 am Programme Parade, 11 25
am Listeners’ Choice, 1145 am
., |Statement of Account, 12 00 noon The
LOE-EYED Frincess Najiah |News, 1210 pm. News Analysis.
Ullah of Afghanistan has | #06 5 pm, — 19.76 m
come to London to learn about| 400 pm. The News, 410 p m_ Inter
the British way of life. lude, 4.15 pm. Star Time, 430 p.m
She is the youngest daughter| Educating Archie, 5 00 p m, Composer
; ‘ - F lof the Week, 515 pm Theatre Pro
of ex-King Amanullah of Afghan- gramme, 600 pm Kay on the Key
istan. 615 pm _ Ulster Magazine, 6 7 B â„¢m
: i . Programme Parade, 6 55 pm Today's
‘ Exam in October | Sport
The 21-year-old princess iS|7.00—10.45 p.m, — 25.63 m., 31 32 m

| oo ainidetaenepathatelaaiaeaetintliepennthensdisteniapeedarseiiaan

700 pm The News, 710 pm News
Analysis, 715 pm _ Calling The West
Indies, 745 p.m These Lovely People,
800 pm Radio Newsreel, 615 pm
Serious Argument, 8 45 pm _ Interlude,

staying with a friend, Mrs. Hunt,
ir, Victoria. She hopes to gradu-
ate from Rome University, where
she is studying modern literature,
in October.








855 pm From The Editorials, 9 00 p.m, /ers
She wants to be a_ concert|tTwo Silver Bowls, 9.25 pm Interlude
pianist. This would enable her ~ pom Kay Ne ne eyes ee oa
ah 2 ig ili Statement o ecount, mm e
to travel, but she is willing to| Rae i010 p.m. Interlude, 10.8 p.m
take any job, if necessary. Crazy People, 10.45 p.m, Mid Week Talk. |
—L.E.S.
os C.B.C, PROGRAMME
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951
10.05 10.20 N 10.20—10.35 It's or
For a Month aes the map. 11.72 Mes., 25.60 M
ISS LORRAINE SHOREY, a
Barbadian who has been re-
siding in Trinidad for several
years, arrived on Sunday by ‘ ‘oe
B.W.LA, from Antigua after at- « ROSSWORD

tending the wedding of her broth-
er, Mr, Lennard Shorey and Miss
Gertrude Athill,

Miss Shorey who is over
for a month, is staying with her
relatives at Derricks, St. James.
Her brother, an old Harrisonian
is an Assistant Master at the
Antigua Grammar School.

here





| Across
The ego for a brief essay. (5)
Despatch. (4)
About mother in reverse red. (Â¥)
Some feathers may. (8)
12. Where to trade by the sea? (4)
14. Ebb-tide ? (4) 17. Outwards. (4)
iy Me wrote the Knymes Of & oOll-
ing Stone | (7)
21 epurel filer or manufactured ¢
(4)
Ruling family line of descent, (7)
Gave confidence. (7)
Down

oe in explosive surroundings

)

(

Now this cannot be found. (4)

Maybe a matter of letters. (4)

Here it is much changed. (6)

Nears the trap no doubt. (5)

One example always has it. (4)

The poets return. (4)

. Is in artist's dried grapes, (7)

- It returns with a Roman figure
(4) 13, Moss, (6) |

Transports yards, (5)

. Minus six, (3)

16 to the south east. (8)

Nothing upset the vet. (4)

Solution of vesterdav’s puzzle

Legisiate: 6, Armament: 10, Neat; it

12. Cit: Urwe: 15,
19 20, Guv:

: 24. Party
: 3. Smoulder:

COPEN

cae

ered in honey-suckle and a mas-

ive Asyrian figure symbolising
Ga Alternatively, why not ma-
chicolations, and a Gothic towe
rising from the middle of the roof?



See
Saar

1 —Across
Oasis
Tidings
22. Gest: ¢
1, Lantern
Learning
Attaip: &
18 Gust



You would hardly believe it
LL along the cliff-tops of
Kent watchers were yester-

day scanning the sea for the}

17,334 Russians who were said to}

have formed part of a queue of

Channel-swimmers at Gap Gris

Nez, There is apparently no law

against this form of mass infi!tra-|

Savs: 7. Maintain:
14, Ginger; 16, Spa:

A
2, Ms 4
Tied: ’

Kidneys Must



tion, but it is suggested that a 5
special corp of plain-clothes ean u dl §
aquatic police should patrol the

Your body cleans out excess Acids
and polsonous wastes tn your blood
thru 9 million tiny delicate Kidney
tubes or filters, If Poisons in the Kid-
neys or Bladder make yoursuffer from
Getting Up Nights, Nervousness, Leg
Pains, Circles Gnaer Eyes, Backache,
Aching Joints, Acidity, or Burning
passages, don't rely on ordinary medi-
cines, Fight such Poisons and troubles
with the doctor's prescription Ors
Cystex starts working in three hours,
must prove entirely satisfactory and
| be exactly the medicine you need or
money back is guaranteed. Ask your
| chemist for Cystex. (Sisstex) today

The Guar-
stex =":
protects

ys, Rheumatiom, Bladder you,



Channel during August.





—

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large dark lady who has come to the

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DIAL 4220

Miss Scott, who plays boogie-|





1

|
|

woogie or claSsical music with |
equal ease, became a star Over-|
jnight in New York with her
ewing versions of the classics. |
She can command a salary in e |
region of £800 a week and $s

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Dinner suit in silk taffeta
and lace is designed for
theatre wear. The reversed
pouch line is balanced by a
forward set velvet cap which
has a short trail of ribbon at
the back.—L.E.

THE GIRLS
ARE BACK

THE OLD GIRLS of Hollywood
are having a new bloom on Broad-





way. Mae West is bringing back
Diamond Lil for the third time.
Olivia de Havilland is a hit in

Shaw’s “Candida,” and will go on
a national tour. And Ginger Rog-
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For Venerutla
Eleanor Coles, William Coles, Maetr
— ; Glowing tribute was paid by j; anon Coles Mstr ‘Christopher Coles
SA YS BOOKER REPORT Mr. H. A. Vaughan to the work of © iro Betere. John Baynes, Joan
Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Resi- eS ee re ee Margot
t dent Tutor of the University Col- "Per Trinidad
LONDON, Sept 5. lege of the West Indies, at a func- Walter Faster, Vincent Perreira, Frank
THE PRESENT POSITION of the sugar market is tion held at Queen's College on Nothnagel, Vernon | McIntosh, | Roca
clouded and uncertain as a result of the conclusion of the Saturday night last. The occasion Sandra McIntosh, Harold Ferreira, Gloria
Anglo-Cuban Trade Agreement, says the directors’ report eng eee en Reunion of Fyrcetre. Segawa Saree a aaeee
of Booker Brothers, McConnell and Co., for the year ended the UCWL ural Association Of sin, Mstr. Donald Sims, Matr. John
¢ 5 eee Sims Jonale croft, Jean / croft, Ivy
Seoeee ates in tne presence of a. arge Wane HORNIMAN’S
“Commonwealth producers are most perturbed by the gathering including several under- |; Wis st. hill, ‘olaad’ Maxwell, Bert ;
lack of co-ordination between H.M. Government depart- seaebates of the University Col- wiiiams. Eileen Cato, Grace Evelyn os
ita ea baked ; >” 7s ©8e Who are now on holiday in the ARRIVALS By BWA

ments which has brought about this new uncertainty,” says island, Mr. Aubrey Deuslan-Bentte From ‘Trinidad : First tn Proterence the Werld Over

the report, just published in London. ras presented w : Wharton, B. Somara, K. Marcus, C Copr. 1950 Boruen | a i

Pie . 7 ; L : was presented with a handsome moxkenzie, |D. Armstrong, M. Arm-

I ¥ > are. > t i . } . a“ McKenz &

erturbed as we are, we must, Cuban pact, Mr. McConnell re wallet in appreciation of his ster- strong, D. Watts, F. Blackburn, Black
nevertheless, express our sincere marked: “The future of the Ca- a a " eee ees skbu fT Slosheaiin bo
appreciation of the help and un- nadian market is also causing us es ntribution to the cause ol eS. oe QOOOODO DS OSSIO DO FSOOD DODO OD SS SODI SO PV ISAS SPOOR,
derstanding which we can always much anxiety because currency 7 mn EeucApn in the Island. crores SS Vevans % %
be sure of receiving from the Col- control and other interference in a N short speech to the gather- oe ee AA SATE, ALES ‘ x
onial Office. The British West traditional Canada—West Indies ing, Mr. Vaughan offered an ex- Brunschwelle % $
Indian—and other colonial people trade relations are leading Can- cuse for the absence of Mis 8 *
~—are fortunate in the constructive ada to turn to non-Commonwealth = inor Nurse the President of the We ® $
Way in which this department ful- sources for her sugar “Association who was unfortunate- >
fils their most complex responsi- “It would be disastrous for the vy ill. He was sure that he ex- AT 31, HE FELT LIKE AN Why not let us supply you with $
= British West Indies, from much pressed the opinion of all the mem- a S

ne report covers Booker Bro- more than the sugar point of view bers when he assured Mr. Douglas- OLD MAN }
thers’ activities over an extensive were this tendency to bring about Smith “hat he had won a place in your requirements of nate 3
field in the British West Indies, permanent estrangement — es- the hearts of all Barbadians. He ® %
including rum and shipping inter- «rangement for which the British would not dwell at length on the ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS—AI] Sizes x
ests as well as the sugar indus- West Indies themselves could in difficulties the island had experi- * 7 S
try 5 It reports a net profit of no way be held responsible.” enced at first in finding a Resi-| BNAMEE, BAUCEPANS—All Sizes x
£435,453 in 1950 as against £277,- On January 1, 1951, the com- dent Tutor At length however , ~ ian y
eed 1949 and recommends a pany’s shipping and ailied inter- the University of Cambridge hac IRON SAUCEPANS—-All Sizes S
final dividend of 9} per cent. for ests were regrouped. Last year’s ; j = . , 1; sc q atin >
the year ; results were not affected by this areas — ae ee SUGAR CONTAINERS—-Plastic 3

Circulated to shareholders with regrouping said Mr McConnell but oF oe = any x T CON" S—Plast ‘ f
said Mr. } t *ngthene ; ee SAL I ORS astic
the report and accounts is the the group holds shares in Book- or ‘aed > oe He wae GALT CONTAINERS Plast g.
chairman’s statement by Mr. A. er Line Ltd. (formerly the Arakara ae on the expiry COFFEE CONTAINERS—Plastic x
F. V. McConnell, who praises the Steamship Co., Ltd.), Bookers of ts period, arrangements hod é
new tax policies of certain Col- Shipping and Trading Co., Ltd., onl been concluded as a result] found the remedy to restore TEA CONTAINERS—Plastic >
onial Governments and bitterly and Bookers Shipping Transport of which Mr. Douglas-Smith would ie a — SATICR ite x
attacks the tax policy of the U.K, and Wharves, Ltd. be remaining in the island for YOUTHFUL VIGOUR x ; BOWLS, PLATES, TEACUPS snd SAUCERS —Pinny s
Jovernme: . * 1g “ome .
Government Rum Consumption long time to come This young man was being x and many other items too numerous to mention x
Tax Relief United Rum Merchants, Ltd., a Admirable Qualities promacerdi? ene, ey seyeney 8 e >
Booker subsidiary, has another rouble. © tells in his letter

While substantial tax relief is eahia’ wage a. 1960 with eee : In the course of his work here pow Kruschen gave him baok his x 4

being granted in some Colonies ¢ inae 4 i Mr. Douglas-Smith had displayec ealth after weeks of pain :— @ Son na
~s S standing increase in sales on the x pias » nee P

to new industrial concerns, he U.K. Sakdcat 2 their orincinal the most admirable qualities, He “lt suffered for weeks, from f ay us a visit To a orrow @ ‘

points out, the benefit of this is brands. This increase was all the would not commit himself to de-| Kidney trouble and felt like an make your selection at... we g

being entirely nullified by the .° ene we a > : ciding whether these lalitie: old maa although I am only 31.

: , ) more encouraging, said Mr, Mc- 5 these qualities hac! Jf 7 stooped to do anything g
3ritish taxation system. The West Connell, because total rum con- been acquired since his arrival ir was aahke to stra’ Phten a %
a Committee, _he says, has sumption in the United Kingdom Barbados or whether he possesse¢ again. Several people advised TD x
submitted a memorandum calling declined during the year. them before. But in any event; me to try Kruschen Salts as th e
attention to this anomaly to the He referred to the big adver- Mr. Douglas-Smith had earned th had found them wonderful. x
Royal Commission on the Taxa- tising campaign which has right ¢ tise ee ie aa f ; tried them and found they gave . . . y
tion of Profits and Income. brought the brand names of Lem- th ' Wa eat Tha tee A bet in ctor, yar: Gat i xcep See ee eT

More recently, he continues, the , S C ) them. etter in every way, I shal ; »*§
ve Bm ’ on Hart rum and Lamb’s Navy ‘ The members of the Extra- | On With the datly dose use > 16 Swan Swan Stre Phon> 2109, 4406, and 3534 &
3ritish Government has conceiv- a erie aatntas mM wir, lay S ake a day’ 7 swan Swan Street NOT S28, : , x

rum well before the British' pub- j Mural Association felt that they | C2 2°w_d°0 my day's wor Py
ed the limitation of, dividends, jj¢ and added: “Returns from , 1e as nven e : ’ Socration felt that they | nos eel any the worse for it.” . <2
with the aim of protecting the satisfactory sales are being offset should — a appreciation ~ —8.V SLLAPLLLLLLPLLPLLLLLLLL LEAL LAL LLP LALLA LEON
standard of living in the United py sharply ri Seas sol ae a e a in tangible form, and had securec Unless the kidneys function |, weer EY
Kingdom, It seems most improb- tion dal Suutbducn We ce mea By A Scientist a gift, the monetary value of which roperly, certain acid wastes, ||} SSSSSSSs= en moee ce |
able, says Mr..McConnell, that it anxious to avoid raising the price was no adequate criterion of their | instead of being expelled, are ;
will have this or any other bene- to the c a oes feelings towards him. allowed to pollute the blood 7
ficial result { » the consumer and can only After centuries of attempts by artists to produce Mis ae oo a stream and produce troublesome 4
. “C re pA an hope that ‘further increased sales the world’s most beautiful face. a professor puts in Miss Gloria Cummins the Secre-} complaints—backache, rheumae ‘ ,

: dne ; result, however, that it will make this step unnecessary.” 4 claim for ott with, Usbes- sictilens annonce tary then made the presentation.| tism and exoessive fatigue, - = Ss ” {
a a ners; he oa Mr. McConnell concluded his jn his laboratory. , ; ' Mr. Douglas-Smith thanked the prosehen a one ¥ ‘porients, | f

Ss ravel) oO jeopardise he stateme: , oe . : oe at aan . i ts . . . ir very as: liuretics ney @ ents. -
waned cd Wein ot menton cake statement w ith this tribute to the The beautiful blonde does not exist, writes Chap- ae 7 D4 : Oy < seeus ‘| ‘The small datly dose keeps the D 7 A TME NT ;
onial peoples. It is difficult to j.. en ea! ot iaiees Saeee nee eineher cna ee a Was an- | icidneys and other internal organs | —A al }
fe ets Oe uae is the team of men and women The face is a composite made up by cleverly other occasion when he was over-| working smoothly and naturally,
par any ears effective way who operate our businesses and super-imposing phot arasthd of ten beauty queens and when whelmed by the generosity and] 80 that the blood stream Ff * 2 7 6 ;

4 as . a im s sses é s -imposing photogr: s e eauty queens $95, N A t Sity é _ 4 _
pd dong 2 vl "omnelal deveioee because hg know that they are So is the one of the smiling face she smiles. kindliness of Barbadians. He was tet eeeed a vigorous a TELEPHONE 4 127 ;

. 437) r ‘ good and bear the responsibility » slag t a ada 2. .
ment must still come—British pri- nd do ihe works allottes to them, Professor David Katz, the Swedish tn@ average man instinctivety aa- ene it _ made po Ask your nearest Chemist @ .
vate enterprise. G a . * nsychologis h ade » pice mires sible for Lim to continue his work ] prug Store for Krusohi

- we can face with confidence Psychologist who made the pic . the {sl Seacem 5 J & Store for en. 5

How can any company here whatever the future may have in tures, believes they are a perfect If this is true, it raises an in- 2” ‘3° island, because he had made A miscellany of titles from our extensive stock list
raise money for colonial develop- coo ~ ata ve ; 4 len’ Of the aie | eat ek teresting hol _ ‘ctia,.”t:t”~té‘éNAMY’ «Valuable friends here. He ‘ . saa or ahbans-aciels ; .
ment if this measure comes into store for. us. eae atuaiaeeaat: saruzionibe Is a ate a vi i hoped that the same cordial re- THE LAWS OF CRICKET A “must” for Umpires.

a ce : iy Penge ; i . s s e type of face the ce new > -extende , .N ‘ _ .
eae o ph gy Ang comeruas He also believes they have an judges look for : ie. tha ms Me . er tare a, Se eeomred ¥ py Doctors & Nurses Recommend HOW TO PLAY CRICKET: Learie Constantine
that increasing colonial populations ageless, ethereal quality, which beauty competitions? DL. near fature

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9 anc at prospects for the g quarter century ago reached ‘9 ensure that pregnant women “In Haiti, the campaign for the Centre. Clini services were - “ 4 rT
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ie See aan pia eee Even Britain by Paulo Sampaio, Presi- ™eet Professor Hill of the Path- the Woria Pia ibsoten ees - anes oe ie “ a | Churchill’s Memoirs Vol. IV “THE HINGE OF FATE”.__$}}}
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industries From
Sugar

IF the visit of Mr. Bernard Braine M.P.
did nothing else it served to bring again
before members of the Legislature and of
the Government the possibilities, limited
though they he, for establishing industries
for which the raw material can be easily
supplied from sugar.

Intensely interested in the federation of
the Sritish West Indies Mr. Braine, even
although he would hurry the process, has
been converted to the necessity for gradu-
alness because of the lack of industries
which would support all the trappings of
a federal government.

lt was a happy circumstance which
made the demand for a newsprint indus-
try in Cuba coincide with the investiga-
tion of the possibilities of the production
of wax as subsidiaries to the sugar indus-
try. If newsprint can be manufactured
from bagasse and_ investigations have
shown that good quality paper can be so
manufactured it would be a means of
utilising in Barbados thousands of tons of
waste which now comes from the manu-
facture of sugar. It might be that the
means of transport for bagasse from other
sugar producing colonies could be supplied
by schooners which now ply between the
islands, This would be a means of using
all the available bagasse in the area and
manufacturing paper on such a scale as to
supply the West Indian market instead of
purchasing from Cuba and depleting our
quota of dollars.

On the other hand the possibilities of
wax manufactured from the sugar cane are
still under examination but such as they
are give bright hopes for the future. Mr.
Braine, as enthusjastic over this proposi-
tion as he was over federation, saw in the
export of wax great trade possibilities for
Barbados especially.

In the world market wax has fetched a
price of approximately £900’ per ton and
if it is estimated that Barbados with a crop
of 187,000 tons of sugar could produce some
300 tons of wax, then the additional
$1,134,000 would be an appreciable addi-
tion to the revenue of the sugar industry.

The production of wax in the West
Indies would have the advantage of utilis-
ing raw material now going to waste in
the sugar industry and with a ready mar-
ket.in Great Britain would not merely
earn the West Indies dollars, but would
save them to Great Britain who must now
import wax from dollar countries,

Tn any event, the processing of bagasse
and other waste from the sugar industry
would be converting them into valuable
raw material and removing one of the
drawbacks to industrialisation in these
areas.

Barbados has already lost her claim to
the manufacture of yeast from molasses,
The manufacture is now being carried on
in Jamaica despite the fact that the water
supply in Barbados does not present the
difficulties experienced in Jamaica in the
manufacturing process, There should be
no hesitation in exploring all the possibili-
ties of having these manufacturing pro-
cesses here inasmuch as the two kinds of
raw materials are now being produced in
Barbados and allowed to go to waste.

In the past it might have been said that
although we possessed the raw material
it was not possible to get the capital from
abroad because of the fiscal policy of the
Government which offered no encourage-
ment, The pioneer industries bill has now
been passed and these new companies
whether floated on local or foreign capital
can claim the exemptions which would
enable them to stand on their feet.

The possibilities should not be overlook-
ed and the proposals contained in the
suggestions should not be dismissed with-
out full investigation.

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE



MENACHEM BEGIN may not
be a familiar name to you. But it
ought to be.

He was the head of Irgun—-the

underground terrorist organisation
in Palestine—in the cruel and
bloody war that ended in Britain
quitting that unhappy land.

As such he was the man primar-
ily responsible for the murder in
cold blood of British soldiers do-
ing the duty they had been sent
to do. .

And responsible, too, for the
flogging of others, to whom he
denied the just rights of prisoners
of war. , bas

Campaign of Murder

Menachem Begin, aged 40, now
sits in,»,e Parliament of Israel. He
is publishing this week, in a book
under the title of “The Revolt”
(to be published by W. H. Allen),
the background story of his mur-
der campaign,

He claims that he did nothing
he ought not to have done. He
puts the blame for it all on the
British rulers cf Palestine. It is a
book that will arouse intense con-
troversy. 2

It makes allegations against
Britons which demand official ex-
amination and reply. For they will
not only shock the consc:ence of
many people in Britain, but they
will also tarnish the name of
Britain abroad if unrepudiated.

22 minutes warning’

One of the gravest charges he
makes is that the British authori-
ites were to blame for the loss

of the 91 lives and the injuring of B

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He states categorically that the’

100 other people in the blowing ur
of the King David Hotel in Jerusa-
lem the most spectacular of all
Begin’s exploits.

authorities in the hotel (which
was the British H.Q.) were given
22 minutes’ warning by telephone
to have the hotel evacuated.

But “by the stupidity of some-
one in authority” the warning was
ignored.

Whitewash
He writes: —
| “When the warning reached a
high official in the hotel he ex-
claimed: “We are not here to
take orders from the Jews. We
give them orders.”
! He declares that “a specific order
| was given by someone in authority
that the warning should be
nored.” And he asks: “Who was
responsible for that order?”
As Begin claims to know all the
secrets, yet does not answer his
own question, the inference must
be that neither warning nor order
was given
The British Government would
be wise to counter this white-
washing propaganda by stating the
known facts.
Why officers were flogged
One of the episodes in Palestine
that aroused intense anger in Brit-
ain was the flogging of kidnapped
British officers. This is Begin’s
justification for that breach of the
rules of civilised warfave:—-

Two 17-year-old members of
the Irgun, Katz and Kimenhe,
were sentenced to 15 years’ im-
prisonment by a British Military
Court for carrying arms—with
the addition of 18 lashes each.

We regarded this degrading
sentence as a very serious mat-
ter, with far-reaching moral and
political implications.

I called a meeting of the High
Command. If the British Army
whipped our boys we would

whip British officers in return.

ig-

—_——_—_———n

‘I wrote it’

We debated whether a warn-
ing ought to be given. Some
thought we ought to whip first
and explain afterwards, but they
were convinced finally that a
warning ought first to be given.
I wrote the warning myself.

We aimed specially at officers.

By JOHN QUIGLEY

The order given was not to touch
private soldiers
Our policy aroused a certain

amount of sympathy among the

rank-and-file of the British
forces. On one of the posters
containing our warning a Brit-

ish solider scrawled in big let-
ters: “Please don't ‘forget my
sergeant-major.” He thought-

fully added his full name, unit,
and regimental numbe:

Qne Friday evening they took
Kimche out of nis ceil in Jerusa-
iem Jail.
lashes.

The news reached us 24 hours

He was given 18





















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He accuses Britain.

later. At once, in three areas,
British officers were seized. Each
received exactly what Kimche
had got: 18 lashes.
Sentence off
One of the whipped officers
asked our men:

“Why are you doing this to
me?”
The Irgun soldiers toid him

what had been done to Kimche.
He asked for a certificate which
would confirm in the name of
the Irgun that he had been
whipped.

“What do you want it for?”

“T need it. If the idiots in my
Government whip your people
again and you whip us—I want
te be in the clear.’

He never had need of a certi-
ficatwe. The British ner again
waipped anybody in Israel.

Katz was not whipped.
High Commissioner cancelled the
sentence of lashes on him

The hanged sergeants
Finally, Begin deals with the

case of Dov Gruner, an Irgunist
who was captured, badly wounded,
in a rgd in the spring of 1946, This
was the case that resulted in the
hanging of two British police ser-
geants, as a reprisal.

In January 1947, Gruner, after
many severe operations which
had brought him to full recov-
ery from his wounds, was sen-
tenced to be hanged.

Orders were given at once for
the arrest of British officers,

Our Jerusalem detachment
eaptured an Intelligence Officer,
Major Collins. Next day our
men interrupted a court case in
progress in Tel Aviv and ar-
rested the judge, Mr, Justice
Windham

That evening, an official com-
munique announced that the
Commander-in-Chief had con-
sented to postpone indefinitely
the execution of the sentence on
Gruner in order to enable him
to lodge an appeal with the
Privy Council.



Exhibition Of Reman Britain

AN exhibition of photographs
illustrating some of the discoveries
of Roman Britain during the past
few years has been arranged for
display at the Barbados Museum.
The exhibition will be on show
until 5th October.

The photographs emphasise the
sharp distinction between the arts
of peace in the prosperous South
and the arts of war in the turbu-
lent North, The South is the area
of the villas and easy living, made
possible by three hundred years
of uninterrupted peace, The North
was the area of military forts and
encampments, of constant patrols
and engagements against the war-
like tribes.

Something of the high standard
of living that the Romans intro-
duced may be seen from the pie-
tures of the tessellated pavements
of the villas of Low Ham, Somer-
set, and of Lullingstone, Kent. The
hypoceusts show that they had a
better idea of the comfort of cen-



By GUY T. BARTON

tral heating than we have in these
modern days of coal shortages.
The elegance of the tableware can
be gauged from the pictures of che
Mildenhall treasure. The large
silver platter depicting Neptune
shows a curious mixture of the set
classical ornamentation with its
fauns and nymphs and the bar-
baric style of the face of Neptune.
The period is early fourth century
and the vigorous Celtic style shows
that Romanization had not killed
the expression of the native artist.
These pictures surely disprove the
statement of Tacitus regarding the
Romans—*They make a desert and
call it peace.”

The military North does not pro-
duce such spectacular finds. The
massive walls of the defences of
the forts do not have the same
popular appeal, though to the
archaeologist they are of greater
value. There are pictures of the

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BARBIDOS S$ AOGTE | This Book Will Anger
Every British Soldier

We had “averted the execution
with litfle more than 12 hours to |
spare

General goes

At the end of March Gruner,
still in the condemned cell, was |
joined ere by three more sol- |
diers of the Irgun, also sentenced
to be hanged

We issued another solemn
warning to the British. |

Early in February the removal |
of Genera] Barker from his post
as Britigh C.-in-C. had been an-
nounced,

His successor, General MeMil-
lan, announced that the execu-
tion of the three would not be |
carried out until Gruner’s case
before the Privy Council was
completed.
pleted. |

To a fortress |

Two more death-sentenced
men joined Gruner in the gal- |
lows cell, The British Govern-
ment announced that these sen-
tences, «too, would remain
“pending” while Gruner’s case |
was judged by the Privy Coun- |
cil, |

But om April 14. before any
decision by the Privy Council
had been announced, Gruner |
and three of his cell companions
were transferred to Acre for-
tress

On the morning of April 16 |
the radio announced that all four |
had been hanged.

Immediately we warned that
should amy enemy troops fall in-
to our’ hands they would be |
liable to die—as our four com- |
rades had died. |

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Then we mace our memorable
attack on Acre Jail. The fortress
was ehtered, and prisoners stili |
held there released.

In the attack five Irgun men
were taken prisoners. Ther
were brought before a Militar)
Court in Jerusalem. |

We knew new that if we did
not save them nobody would
We decided to act while
trial was still in progress.
Two British sergeants were cap-

tured and hanged, and on this
exploit Begin comments:

We repaid our enemy in kind.
He had forced us to answer gal-
lows with gallows.

An act of retaliation
“Why did the British carry out
these senseless executions in spite
of our warnings?” asks Begin.
This is his answer: —
The main reason was political
It was an official plan, and orig-
inated in Londen.
The British believed that by
breaking the spine of prisoners

of war they would break the
back of Hebrew resistance
Hangings, hangings, and_ still

more hangiggs!

There is no doubt that had we
not retaliated avenues of gal-
lows would have been set up inp

Palestine and a foreign Power
would be ruling in our country
to this day.

The grim act of retaliation
forced upon us not only saved
seores of Jewish young men
from the gallows, but broke the
back of British rule.

When ,gallows are shattered
the régithe which rests on them
must inevitably crash.

Laws of war

What Begin omits to mention is
the one fact that demolishes his
case,

Soldiers fighting as soldiers in a
recognised, legally constituted
army are entitled under such
civilised law es operates in war to
humane treatment as prisoners.

On the other hand, Irgun was
an illegal terrorist organisation
neither fighting under the recog-
nised rules of civilised warfare nor
entitled to claim the protection of

them,
—L.E.S.

altars set up by the soldiers sta-
tioned in the bleak moorland
ccuntry which show that hunting
was a favourite pastime and their
gratitude to the deities in times of
success,

There are a number of pictures
which illustrate the value of air-
photography in assisting archae-
ology in recent years. The outlines
of forts and field-systems are
clearly seen in places where thei:
existence was not previously sus-
pected. The layouts ana found-
ations show up in the pictures like
plans in miniature.

The exhibition will especialls
interest history scholars and those
that have recently visited Englance

their |

| Cuban trade pact: which was being negotia-
| ‘ed while the meeting was held, but it said :

| 29y the Government of the United Kingdom,

“Find Ways To Provide _

B.W.1. Shipping Services”

| London Meeting Approves Empire Preference

LONDON.

Lack of shipping services to the West In-
dies: the negotiation of British trade agree-
ments with foreign countries without con-
sulting Commonwealth interests fully, and
Canada’s special position in Empire trade
were among the topics discussed at the 17th
Congress in London of the Federation of
Chambers of Commerce of the British Em-
pire...

West Indian delegates to the Congress
were Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretary of the
West India Committee, who represented Brit-
sh Guiana; and Messrs. H. Alan Walker, R.
VM. Cave and A. A. Shenfield, who spoke for
he other West Indian Colonies.

The official report of the Congress, just
yublished in London, includes this report,

adopted by the full Congress :

“Congress has noted with regret that
efforts to interest the United Kingdom ship-
oing industry in providing the services be-
tween the United Kingdom and the West
{ndies, which were recommended in the 16th
Congress Report, have so far not met with
success,






| ‘ecommended by one of the committees and|



“The shortage of passenger accommoda-
tion continues to be acute, although with
orospects of some alleviation in the future,
when increased services, planned by lines
Mther than British, come into operation.
There is also a shortage of refrigerated
freight services,

“Congress therefore recommends that the
conference lines examine ways and means of
oroviding the desired services. These diffi-
culties apply in varying degrees to other
»arts of the Colonial Empire, for instance,
Mauritius.”

The report made no mention of the Anglo-

‘Delegates representing the Colonial Empire
‘omplained that, in recent agreements made

he interests of the Colonies appeared not
ways to have been adequately protected
ther by prior consultation or, where pos-
ible, by direct representation.

“As a result, whilst on paper it appeared
hat general trade requirements were taken
nto account, there were insufficient safe-
juards to ensure that the individual require-
nents of the Colonies were met.



“Congress therefore urges the United King-
lom Government to accept the principle that
n all negotiations concerning the modifica-
ion of existing, or the conclusion of new,
frade Agreements affecting the Colonial Em-
yire there should be prior consultation. with
he Governments of the Colonies and by those
iovernments with the commercial .interests
therein which might be affected. A Colonial
Territory which considers its interests to be
vitally affected should be afforded an oppor-
tunity of direct association, when desired and
practicable, with H.M. Government in these
negotiations.”

The report began by reaffirming the Feder-
ation’s faith in the principles of Imperial)
Preference and stated that the Common-
wealth countries should maintain this prin-
ciple in their dealings with one another. But
the report adds: ““It may well be to the ad-
vantage of Commonwealth countries to per-
mit greater flexibility in preferential nego-
tiations where advantages to the Common-
wealth countries concerned will accrue.”

On Canada, the report says: “It is recog-
nised that Canada holds a special position!
among Commonwealth countries in as much
as she has a dollar currency and is a close
neighbour of the United States, with whom
she has a substantial trade. She also seeks to
recover her markets in the sterling ates |



which in recent years have been limited by
the shortage of dollars among sterling coun-
tries.

“In view of the many types of goods and
especially food which Canada can supply and
which are so sorely needed in other Common-|



and seen something of bombed
London which has given the
archaeologist a chance .o examine
large areas that were vreviously
covered with buildings. The iilus-
trations are well supplied with
annotations which explain all the
chief points to look for and where
the finds have been tocated



Elementary Education

To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should like to congratu-
late you on your leading article
relating to the low standard of
education now being obtained in
our elementary schools

Relative to the problems of the
elementary teacher—as he seems
to be the only person singled out
for criticism—I am sure that many
of your readers will agree with
the views expressed in your col-
umns by a retired headmaster
quite recently. There is no doubt
whatever, that his are those of a
teacher whose eyes are wide open,
and obviously the result of prac-
tical knowledge and keen obser-
vation. Candidly. I do not see
how any blame can be attached to
the teachers for what is happen-
ing in our elementary schools to-
day On the contrary, I think
they deserve our deepest sympathy
in the herculean task which lies
before them.

When age-grouping was intro-
duced locally, their opinion on the
svstem was not sought. They were
simnply circularized and instructed
to re-organise their schools on an
age-grouping basis. It was foist-
ed upon them, and as servants of
the Crown, they had no alternative
but to obey. It was Government
who sponsored the and
surely it.must be Government
and no one who must

system,



also

Our Readers Say:

accept the responsibility for the
outcome of this innovation.

Working age-grouping as it is
at present being worked in our
schools is like making bricks
without straw. In dealing with
this system you are naturally con-
fronted with the backward child.
By the backward child, it must
clearly be understood that it is not
merely the dull child, but the
child who is backward as a result
of not attending school promptly
at the official entry age, and the
child whose backwardness is due
to irregular attendance. Adequate
teachers and equipment will cater
to the needs of the first type, but
nothing short of compulsion will
be enough for the second and
third types.

There is another aspect of the
matter which deserves. special
attention. When the discussion in
age-grouping by the Teachers’
Association took place some time
ago, the fact that there was a
wave of dissatisfaction sweeping
the senior teachers in our elemen-
tary schools emanated from the
discussion.

This was followed by a series of
questions tabled in the House of
Assembly by Mr. F. C. Goddard
nearly two months ago, Up to the
present nothing visible has been
done to remedy this
state of affairs. From information
which I have gleaned, I am con-

regrettable

vineed that those teachers have a
real grievance which must be re-
dressed if they are to be expected
to give of their best. It is said
that the kernel of any educational
system is the teacher, and when
one realises that a serious menace
to any community is a band of
dissatisfied, discontented and dis-
gruntled teachers, it would be ar
egregious blunder on the part of
any. government genuinely inter-
ested in’ the welfare and well-
being of its people to ignore the
above mentioned fact
ONE INTERESTED.





Another Step Forward

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—In a community where
social progress” is mainly in two
gears labelled “SLOW” and
“STOP” the Barbados S.P.C.A. is
indeed fortunate in having Colonel
Michelin as a Vice President.
Since he took office carlier in
the year he has shown how liberal-
ly he interprets the functions of
his department and has transform-
ed abstractions into realities with

his characteristic speeq and
efficiency.
Realising the need for a Re-

fvesher Course for S.P.C.A. person-
nel Colonel Michelin arranged for
our Inspectors to attend
of lectures at District “A



series

Police

Station last week. We are deeply
grateful to him an@ to the officers
who gave the instruction and also
to Dr. Proverbs who dealt with
the “Care of Animals.”

The Commissioner of Police has
endorsed, in a very practical
manner our belief in Education
in Animal Welfare at all levels
and, by improving our services to
justify ublic support which
y need.

Yeors truly,
CECILE WALCOTT,
Hon. Secretary,
Barbados S.P.C.A,
Archway House,
Navy Gardens,
Barbados.
9.9.51.

Just Comments

To_the Editor, ‘tie Advocate,

SIR,—I should like very much
to commend veilr. sports writer
Mr. 0.8. Coppin for his outspoken
and just comments on the team
selected to represent Barbados in
B.G. later this month

It seems ‘to me that the Selec-
tors., sensing thaha hurricane may
visit B.G, at the same time that
the Barbados players are there:
and in order to emsure the safety
of plavers like Frank King, Mullins
and Charles Alleyne have delib-
erately left these players out of

the team, L.D.K.



cern that present restrictions impair Com-
monwealth trading relations and place ji

jeopardy the Imperial Preference trade sys-|

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wealth countries, Congress notes with con |

tem, Congress is also of the opinion that close |

co-operation and complete understanding
between the sterling and doilar countries is
essential to Commonwealth. well-being.”
The report pointed out that there are cer-
tain fundamental principles which must be |
recognised if the Colonial Empire is to be de.
veloped to its fullest extent, in order that!
each territory should be able to play its ap-|
propriate part in ensuring economic develop- |

is a vital necessity to raise the material stand-
irds of life in the Colonies and developmen:

Recent experience in the failure of large-

|



| than appears to have been the case.

| “Quite apart from the waste of public
|money and capital equipment which has en-

| sued,” it said, “failures can only have a most)

|disorganising effect on the Colony concern-

tion of labour within a Colony has resulted

ed, give an unhealthy stimulus to trade and/
junsettle local labour.

inset In many Colonial ter-
ritories the problem of labour is a very real
one singe many new ventures, through the|
lure of higher rewards divert workers from!
established enterprises.

“Experience has shown that such migra-

in a loss of production of primary produce}
which has been a stable part of that Colony’s|
economy. The availability of labour for new!
ventures without attracting it from existing |
undertakings should therefore have very
careful -censideration:—B.U.P. :

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seale projects of the Colonial Developmen: |
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WEDNESDAY,

Resolution For $40,000 Passed

SEPTEMBER

9

-

1 1951

Missing Treasury
Money Discussed

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed a Res-
olution for $40,020 to supplement provision under certain
Heads of the Colonial Estimates 1951—52. Part :—Current.
The Resolution was to authorise the supplementary provis-
ion included in the Supplementary Estimates, 1951—52

No. 23.

Mr. G. H. Adams moyed the passing of the Resolution.
He said if there were any information on any of the
items that he could give, he would be willing to do so. In
that case, he was suggesting that they would take the

resolution head by head.

Treasury Shortage

Speaking on Head III, Colonial
Treasurer, under which $72 was
to be voted as allowances for
shortages, Mr. Lewis said that he
was registering a protest that
shortage of several thousands of
dollars from the Treasury was dis-
covered and there had been no
explanation made by the Adminis-
tration to that chamber.

He said that he hoped some
member of the Executive Com-
mittee would have some explana-
tion to give. He thought it an
oversight that the members of the
House only knew of the incident
when the police put a notice in
the paper.

“T feel the representatives of
the people should be treated more
expeditiously”, he said.

Mr. Adems, in replying, said
that he was surprised at Mr. Lewis.
The Administration, he said, dis-
covered that the money was gone
from the Treasury by accident.
It was always by accident that
such losses are discovered, It
might be likely sometimes to find
somebody putting his hands in the
cash.

He said that the Administra-
tion made exhaustive enquiries.
“Sometimes if you talk too soon,
you put the culprit on his guard”,
he remarked, adding “If anything
the Administration should have
kept more quiet.”

He wanted to assure the House
that he had no more information
about the matter than any of the
members of the House or any
member of the Executive. “The
more secret it is kept, the better
it is”, he said.

Investigation

Mr. Mottley (i) said it was
true that they had had a serious
loss in the Treasury and he had
seen a report on the matter in the
Trinidad Guardian. That showed
that the House was treated with
scant respect and also that some-
body in the Government had been
giving out information, “It is the
money of the country, and if
there has been a_ shortage, we
should have been notified”, he
said.

He said that in the process of
the investigation which was being
made into the matter, he hoped
that somebody would be brought
before the public so that they
would be able to see what was
happening in that department,
He added “If this investigation is
done properly, results are bound
to be had; this is a small country
and we representatives of the
people of this colony are looking
forward to having this investiga-
tion done properly.”

Mr. Mottley said that it was
brought to his notice that during
the investigation, certain heads
of departments were allowed to
sit down and hear what state-
ments were made,

“Tf the police are investigating”,
he said, “they should question
clerks, porters and heads of de-
partments alike”.

Early Notification

Mr. Lewis (L) said that all he
meant to say was, that the House
should have, been told at an early
time that there was a shortage in
the Treasury. He feh ‘that if it
was a $1 shortage, the House
should be told at an early date
so that they could allow for it.

Mr. Adams said that the Hon.
Junior Member for the City was
speaking nonsense. He said that in
every country of the world, peo-
ple in various departments have
put their hands in money and
have been fired. “Does the Hon.
Member expect that every simple

In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday, Mr. Adams save
notice of the following

Resolution to place the sum of
$870 at the disposal of the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee to
supplement the Estimates, 1951
52, Part I, Current, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimates,
1951—52, No. 24 which form the
Schedule to the Resolution



Bill to make better provision
for Local Government in the
Island.

Bill to encourage the Fishing
Industry in the Island

These were later read a first
time.

Mr. Mapp tabled qUestions re-
lating to: the employment of
children at the Pine Plantation;
certain items withdrawn from
control during the year and the
distribution of relief money in
the parish of St. Thomas

Mr. Mottley tabled a question
relating to persons suffering from
tuberculosis

The House passed a Resolution
to place the sum of $40,020 at the
disposal of the Gdvernor-in-Exe-

cutive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951—52, Part I,
Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates, 1951—52,
No. 23, which form the Schedule
to the Resolution,

At this stage the House ad-
journed for dinner. On resump-
tion there was no quorum and

His Honour the Speaker adjourn-
ed the House until Tuesday next
at 3 por

Se

case of theft ina
he ask:

it wou

the House
Referring
the Hon.

to, the

Senior Member for

bados being a small country

carried out, results are

bound

department
should be reported to the House?”,
If it were a simple case,
be dealt with depart-
mentally, he said, but if it were
a scandal, it would be reported to

remark that
the
City made in connection with Bar-
and
that if investigations are properly
to

“be got, Mr. Adams asked “where
is Lioyd Linton?”
Most Irregular

Mr. Mapp (L) said that the
method of carrying out the in-
vestigations in the matter was
most irregular. He understood that
Ahe head of the particular depart-
ment had set himself up as an in-
quisitor over the clerks. ‘He has
taken upon himself to punish the
clerks before anything was given
out,” he said. The head of that
department had stopped the com-
mission that was being paid to
those clerks from year to year by
the British Ministry of Pension.

He hoped that the Government
would direct the police that, if
they are carrying out an investi-
gation, they would investigate
from top to bottom, He felt that
the present method of investi-
gating, was only casting suspicion
on persons who may not have any-
thing to do with the shortage.

Mr, Adams said that he remem-
bered sometime ago the Speaker
ruled that he would not allow any
Hon. Member to attack anyone in
the Houge who did not have the
opportunity to defend himself.

He thought it his duty as
Leader of the House to defend any-
one wbo could not so defend him-
self, He said that Hon. Members
should not get up and make accu-
sations against members of the
Civil Service. “It is cowardly”,
he said, ‘“‘as members of the Civil
Service cannot through the pres-,
a public speech or in any other
way defend himself”. If an Hon.
Member foun@ anything going
wrong with the Civil Service, he
should report it to the highest
auarters and suggest that A. B. or
C. should not hold the particular
job.

Not True
Mr. Adams said that what the
Hon. Junior Member for St,
Thomas said was not true. “I give

him the lie direct”; he said, and
asked how cold it nave been that
the head of a department stopped
any allowances except it was the
policy of the Government.

Mr. Walcott (E) said that he
was rising in support of the Hon.
Senior Member for St. Joseph, .He
said that he did not think it was in
the rule book that Hon. Members
could be stopped from making
accusations on those who did not
have the opportunity of defend-
ing themselves, but he felt that it
was a matter of having a seigie of
justice for Hon. Members to re-
frain from making such accusa-
tions. ti

He said that if it was the case
that the inquiry was conducted on
certain lines so that the head of
department should sit as an in-
quisitorm, he did not think it fair.

Mr. Walcott said that what was
worrying hira was that they could
only hear certain bare \facts. He
Said that he was not very much
worried over who had done it but
n.ore so to know what was the
lapse that caused it to be so easily
done,

Speaking of the alleged method
of conducting the inquiry, he said
that he thought it much easier for
the head of a department to re-
move the money than a junior. Not
that he was saying, however, that
it was the head of a department
who removed it.

$14,000 Gone

Over $14,000 had disappeared
and it had disappeared from time
to time and nobody knew. The
hon, member had said that he
knew no more about the matter
than any other
Chamber; would he tell them now
what precautions were going to be
taken to prevent another $14,000
from disappearing in the near
future? Even those of them who
would refrain from asking cer-

tain questions were still very
anxious about this matter and
would like to know what steps

were being taken
recurrence,

Mr. Adams said that the hon.
member had madean admirable
speech and he thanked him for
the moderation he had used, The
little criticism he had made of
him was justified and he thought
it only fair for him (Mr. Adams)
to say so. “I have not overstated
by saying that I do not know any-
thing more than any other hon.
member about the matter, Inas-
much as the Police are making
investigations, I did not want to
put myself in the position of see-

to prevent a

ing something possibly secret, so!

to speak.”

Mr. Adams pointed out that in|

these matters the same risk that i
taken by Government is taken

every day in commercial life ane |
it was only when something like;

the present happened that one
had to take extra precaution
However, he_ said, he woyld in-
quire as the hon. member had
suggested and make a statement
in due course as.to what pre-
caution was being taken to pre-
vent a recurrence of that nature.

Education

Under the Head “Education”
for which $1,700 was to be voted
for examination expenses,” Mr.
W. A. Crawford asked to draw to
Government’s attention to the
position of janitors at the ele-
mentary schools.

Sjnce the payment of
employees had been taken
by Government, he said, they
were in the majority of cases
getting less than they previously
got when théy were being paid

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the members of the Fire Brigade
and 23 members have passed the
examination. They are: G. Beckles,
Foreman; F.B. Lucas, E; Sgt.
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E; F.B. Horton, M; F.B. Batson, C;
F.B. Howard, C; F.B. Williams, Z;
F. B. Crawford, G.

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Caught

A most unusual looking bird
was brought into the office of the
Advocate Co, yesterday morning
by young Beresford Francis of
Pilgrim Road, Christ Church

The bird, which might have
been quite familiar to any omi
thologist seemed bizarre to the
untrained eyes of the newspaper
staff.

In size, it was somewhat smaller
than the ordinary pigeon, It was
of a dusty black colour, its wings
fringed with white, and its feet
of the most lurid green, tipped
with talon-like claws. Its total
blackness was startlingly relieved
by a sudden streak of red that
started from its forehead anda
ended at the tip of its long
straight beak. All in all, it was
a very queer bird,

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by the church authorities and
the teachers of the _ schools.
Among the several cases brought
to his attention was one where the
janitor used to receive $9.88 per
month. A certain amount of this
was paid by the church authori-
ties and the remainder by the
teachers. Since the Government
had been responsible for the
payment, that particular janitor
only got $3.58 per month, The
difference was so astounding as to
make the position almost incred-

ible.



“I am sure that there is some-
thing wrong somewhere and now
that the attention of the Govern-
ment is drawn to the matter I
hope that they will rectify it with
the least possible delay, There
should be no reason why there
should be this disparity in wages
merely because the employment
of these people is now a little
more secure. Indeed it seems to
me that one might as well be
insecure in his employment and
get a reasonable wage, than to
have security of tenure with his
wages so appreciably reduced.”

Mr, Adams said that there was
supposed to be a Teachers’ Asso-
ciation in the island and if the po-
sition was as represented, that
Association should have passed a
Resolution to Government,
that it had been raised, of course,
he would put it before the Execu-

tive Committee.
Mr. E. D. Mottley supporting
Mr. Crawford's statement, said



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Mr Cc L. Walwyn, Acting
Police Magistrate of Dist -,
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Provost Marshal’s
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Headley submitted
hat there was not sufficient
evidence in the charge of in-
decent assault brought against
Mr. Headley by Mrs. Lolita
Yearwood of Bank Hall, St.
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Mrs. Lolita Yearwood told the
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cn the Public Buildings steps Mr.
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Mrs. Yearwood called on foyr
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Headley of the
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sel for Mr

Mr

Mrs. Yearwood also a
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he found that most of the points

im show the discrepancies were
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and place.

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that though a few janitors had
been appointed, he had been told
Nhat there were still several in-
stances when the teachers had to
pull their pockets and pay the

workers when the month can:
around. This he considered a most

ridiculoys state of affairs. The
janitors should be given highe
wages,

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Mr. Mottley said that he had
heard that persons in the Domes
tic Science class had to pay if
the materials did not last a cer-
tain time. The Education Depart-
ment, he was told, had said so
He advised thyie people not to
pay a cent. He honestly felt that
the Education Department wa;
too cheeseparing and a little too
mean,

Mr. D. D. Garner said that some
time ago he had told the House
that hundreds of families in the
colony were not satisfied with the
results they were getting for the
money being spent by Govern-
ment on education. He made bold

to say that since he had made
those remarks there seemed to
have been more dissatigfaction.
He wanted to re-affirm his pre-
vious statements that all did not
seem well educationally in the
island. The Government had
promised him solemnly to do
something in the matter but up
to the present he had not seen

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Mr. Garner said that they could
not afford the continuance of a
system which did not give results
as good as those in the past under
the old system. Seeing that they
were not getting results it was
time that they do something about
it.

Idiots
This age-grouping was only
turning out from the schools idiots
and ignoramuses, “I think this
Government should take a firm

hand,” said Mr, Garner; “stop the
Director of Education or whoever
is responsible for carrying on this
age-grouping, and see that our
children get a proper elementary
education before anything else

Mr. E. K. Walcott made refer-
ence to certain things in the edu-
cational set-up which he pointed
out could be changed with favour-
able effect.

Mr. H. A. Dowding and Mr. R. G.
Mapp also voiced their dissatis-
faction with age-grouping.

On this matter of age-grouping,
Mr. Adams said that the Govern-
ment had made a through exam-
ination of it and had come to the
conclusion that there was nothing
wrong with the principle. There
were not all the apparatus or the

means, however, to work _ the
principle Preparatory schools
were needed to start with and

there was also needed a school of
properly trained teachers "You
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trained teachers and more schools
it would be seen that the principle
was not in any way wrong.

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charge is $3.00-for' any number of words| Mintmum cRarge week 2 cents end REAL ESTATE who has had previous experence’ weanc|Lcci: M. Smith, Seh. Marion Belle K DAILY MEAI 2
: 50 and 6 cents per word for each! 96 ce n : ; us experience. Begin™) Wolfe, M.V. - Precise,” Sch. Harriet 1 iy "
ep to 38. § cents per word for each) 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 2% ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &| Whittaker, MV. Lady Joy, Sch. Frances { (

it Pr erms cash ne 2s or 3 ce ~ seaiens: ———— ; . . . , . » 3 y. 7 . » > 2 2 side 2 . ‘
ema ae Oe OE te Ree Ot ee ee eee DAMAG Soris (B'dos) Lta 6.9.51—t.f.n° fw smith, SS. P. & T. Seafarer, Sch OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Open Daily 10.30 am. to \ 4
between 8.30 and 4 p for Death) word on Sundays: AGED CAR oe sata avadian 7 S. Gord 5 p.m vest
Notices only after 4 p.m j Ie OGere nee wat be received up POSITION: Manager of small Hotel a ge mae $ en \ 7 ¥ _

j}to Friday 14th for Chevrolet Car dam- Be Ja desires positio 4 eo f pave Y :
The charge for announcements of| AUTOMOTIVE aged by fire. On view Courtesy G Ses. | on; Steaeiner: OF Aaaistent pnp - ARRIVALS " from Leaves Du From Saturday, September Sth t
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- mrbados Co-Operative Cotton Factory | Ricdell. c/o Bank of Bermuda, Hamil-} jc cone Aewetus B. Compton, Ot tons yg usc i Barbados |
edgements, pnd ‘n Memoriam notices is} CAR—One Vauxhall 14 h.p. Saloon in| Ltd 12.9.51—Sn | tor, Bertytaia 19.0.8) ie a ee Oe So 5.5. “SCHOLAR : .. London 25th Aug 17th Sept to September 30th inclusive
$} 50 on We@k-days and $1.80 on Sundays) guod condition, Recently painted and | ao. “SELECTOR” .. .. Liverpool & 7
hy any number o! words up to 50, and] conditioned. Enquiries may be made at|PROPERTY--Two ~- storied Building | Glasgow 5th Sept 19th Sept ENTRANCE <0: 1
% cents per word on week-diys and] Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd., Phone 4264,| standing on half acre of land at Jack- S.S. “TRIBESMAN” London 12th Se t. 27th ‘Se t
4 cents per word cn Sundays for each) 4294 12.9. 51—3n | sons, St. Michael. Fruit Trees, Orchard MISCELLANE Ss S.S. “SCULPT 4 on iia < sept. «Mh sept.
additional wore, | —————=— ete Apply: Edith Gibbons on premises. ” EOU ae OR ‘i New port & 9« _ 4
CAR--One standard 14 h.p. Saloon in 9.0.51—2n, Liverpool 22nd Sept 6th Oct
excellent condition just painted and | ——-———— (etninhtinbawe “, = -—-oo- — setnivsinsoniapsnntbiniinnjenmabinadaiatemntmennieneeatiailaasiin tania
sane rest ~ PR Sme py in | .ANTSQUES: Glass, China, Silwer, Jew- wan
: completely overhauled. An outstanding | PROPERTY Small Property e's | eer Furniture. Best prices paid.’ Ham- Killed in inufes HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM FURNITURE
IN MEMORIAM 4264, 4224 12.9.51—3n | Apply to C. M. Greenidge, Dial 3681 Ei tint te ata Holetown, or dial : Closes in
—_— 12.9.51—4n Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny Vessel For Barbados
CAR One Prefect 10, hp. in perfect nnn 1 OAR. £10,000 Lean. Secured by Fra CEs and pores where germs hide
BLACKETT: In memory of our loving] order. Price $1,250, Telephone 8373 ROCK HALL PLANTATION, St, Peter, SFortenae Ye F * ind cause ferrible Itching, Cracking, S.S. “NOVELIST” I { 9
daughter Ersula Blackett, who fell 11.9.51—3n | Offers will be received by the owner | Morteage eurwood & Boyce Eczema, Peeling, Burning, Acne, ee sondon 17th Sept
sleep on lth September 1949 C. Kellman up to September 15th j 12.9.51—2n Ringworm, Paorlasia, | Blackheads, ee ae
Gone but not forgotten, CAR—Buick Straight Eight. J-1 in 2.9.51—4n — " imples, Foot Itch and other blem For f We are instructed by Clifford
Rest in Peace good order. Appiy: L. N. Simpson, | UNFURNISHED Room and kitchenette{*!shes. Ordinary treatments give only urther Information apply to... Manning, Esq. to dispose of the
Martin, Albertha, Carlisle and Velda| Guinea, St. John. Dial 95223 The undersigned will offer for Sale at |)" ae Fico Eee . oe = temporary reltet because they. do not + Prcnttcibe! sik. aed ‘
patel 29.5i—1 8.9.51—6n blic competiti €; month. Re vocate ad- kill the germ cause. The new discov- ; sh weates ,
E kett 12.9.51 - m iaigh meeat, 22 Race | vertising Dept. 11.9.51 —2n.5 ery, Nixoderm, kills the germs in 7 DA COSTA & co., LTD. Agents aoe FI INT HALL, on

_DS— Sac > me f *AR—One Chrysier Royal Car in first! tha . a | ites and is guaranteed to give you day th September at :

eae allay t ids. one ined calea seat aoe sy cueatiaie Taxi. | acer day of September, 1951 at 2| WILL BUY Old Gold and Silver} @ soft, clear, attractive, smooth skin am
ced Sept. 12th 1945 Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce| ‘The two-storied Dwellinghouse known | | Watch "Cases, Rings, “Bangles, "broken Gece eackemas tit’ muabaeiesd He Wing. Wernine ot Wile

{ maihatiaed ‘ setae \ ache: 2 #9 51—t.f.n “ °° J | sewellery ete. Call or dial 4429. Gorringes | Of empty package, Get guaranteed Round Mah« >. Ton .

If love and care would death prevent} Weatherhead Limited. as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | Antique Shop 93.513 Nixoderm from your c remist today and «. Tip-Top Table

ENR la ag a ame ed FIG DB m eerie adian Na ional Steamships | eg

Spent CARS-—1950 Model Morris Minor 2] containing by admeasurement 6,422 | Nixoderm Tomi bakes Table, Square Mahog. Tabi we

God took him home it was His will Deor Saloon, low mileage and in excel-| square feet or thereabouts, situate at of skin sae mete Ps > side 7 rvir

But in my heart he liveth still lert condition, : 10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael “ oom Skin Troubles trouble. sou 'THBOUND cencard ne ¢ , 2am i

Whence came the armies of the sky| 1948 Ford Prefect, excellent condition,| Inspection by appointment with Mrs. | MAIL NOTICES Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails Wiens atl Uphot= ;

, 1w in vision, bright at reasonable price | L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736. \ Z =v Montreal Halifax Boston Barbedes Barbados 4 Dressin ’

e cane their crowns their robes : ere Sedan under 6,000 miles, | a. further particulars and conditions Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Montset™ na Vices ‘ _ li Sept M4 Sept Painted » i ay rr
eir palms ike w 4 of sale, apply to:— rat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V eal te ER LNG oe 20 Sept. 21 Sept rent Painte €
op are for natural s ht had a eee ~ ae Suitable for COTTLE, CATFORD & CO Moneka will be closed at the Sat G. A. Service's ay QOOERY eae 24 Sept 3 Oct i Oct ont § = ited re ee .
in Thy sacred home dear Lord, making Pick~ a 8.51.— Post Office as unde i ’ s iB ot e ; ' »
May “his precious soul find rest. { 1949 Morris Six Saloon, FORT ROYAL Oo Dy ES ee Ge nce Registered THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY LADY NELSON 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct sities tein sania?
Until the night be gone |GARAGE LTD., Telephone 4504 The undersigned will offer for ale at| Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Majl at 2.30 wh a | D. at ae esses \
/ s a ; at's ever makes men*hap- | estate aed Double Mattress, Fishing

And with the dawn, those angels | 9.9.51—7n | public competition st their Office, No.|P.m. on the 14th September, 1951 site sana Tem better.” Pri aS Meurl” mraas tice “dae Stone #

faces smile 1 iT, High Sirest, Bridgetown, on Friday, : Ware ¢€ upboard, 3 Burne ou ~

Wh.ch I have loved long since Seer ere ey | eee pepe the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30 Mails for St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gren- —Goldsmith. auatees Seztoes Bese. a irner ‘

+ or Saloons in jack, ue, reen . , ~ la p y ' : > . 7 or ;
Y Anidee sVite Bidica ‘Pietds, Black |and Grey, 10 Cwt. Morris Cowley | 7 Bea pee ae hy By a gee inte de ||] LADY NELSON 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 2 Oct oa x “
ok: Se Oe 0.5 (Pick-Up 4 \ THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing | ed at the General Post Office Gas makes © appier = }] LADY RODNEY 27 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Novr a 5 Candle
Rock, St.. Michael, 12.9.51—1n | Pick-Up Trucks. Morris 1'2—2 To / on §.033 square feet of land, adjoining | 45 under a k h ook better Shad “Reading I Misc
Light Delivery Trucks with all steel|the ‘Barbados Aquatic Club, together | Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Resiste and makes her o The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected ee ital Glass and China, Trays, Electric
H-NDS—The undersigned gratefully ac-| body if desired. Secure yours while] with the Goodwill and Assets of the | Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mail at 2 . too! re VO CAN? 4 4 Ob is expected to arrive her¢ Toaster, Clothes Rack, + 4arge
knowledge with deepest appreciation | they last and before prices rise business, now carried on under the|P.™ .on the 12th September, 1951 about the 24th September, accep ting cargo for St. John, Halifax, Agricultural Spray Prctnrés, *
the many aad various expressions of | FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD., above name | Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal. Towel Rack Books, Large
sympathy tendered them, in the passing 7 — INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | —— —— —— Kitchen Clock, Pr. Blue Curtains,
of Clarice Hinds of Holders Hill, St 51—Tn mat



} ; iad. on, is, Septecibat days, and Fridays, between the hours of
James, who died on 6th September ———_——_—— i)? ane Ss » licati aT r
JOHN HINDS (Panama), Mr. & Mrs. | MOTORCYCLE—One Speed Twin Brie Cmdr dr See ae ete ae ne bs GOV ERNMEN’ ry NOTICE GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
R. A. Dottin, Mrs. M. Atkins umph Motoreycle 5 H.P. in first class \ J

12.9.51—I1n | condition very little used, apply: CECIL For further particulars, and conditions

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eae i 11.9.51—2n 818.811 | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS nae oa ==
T 1 ’ a welve Horse Power a - Tenders are ted for the, supply of 4 visibns for the
GOVERNMENT NOTICES [ven in first clase Condition ‘Priced. to | ,,7HC Wndersigned will offer for sale at | three vannihe saiteaing on the Ws ot October, 1981, to | "eollwi | FRENCH LINE











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—_—_—_—— OOO dll 11.9.51 —In / 9) 5 snte: . at 2.3 M.S. BONAIRE—7th September 1961 ) ’ 3 Transatlantique
Bist day of September | 1981, at 2.30 »m. | GLENDAIRY PRISON: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000] 8s. noskoor—ith September 1st. |} Cl» Glo, Transatiantq & Co.
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Government Flour Factory POULTRY LAWNY", with the land whereon the of prisoners, to be delivered twice SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND \ 3
at Lancaster same stands, containing by estimation | kl tthe as : tionate _ AMSTERDAM SAILING TO A.F.S, F.V.A
a ~~ . POU mpo: New Hampshire | 2.500 squaer feet, situate at Hastings, | weekly a he prison in proportionate} 1.8, WILLEMSTAD—1ith Sept. 1951 y ne Nase wens
OULTRY: Imported P MS, ORANJESTAD—Oth Oct. 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE .
It is proposed to operate the] nd Rhode Island Red Pullets and cons — etinon ade oi amounts, a * GAILING TO PARAMARIBO Phone 4640
5 ls 4 months old yn Foster, Hughen- ection betwee he hours o! pom ‘ = ot i , “Aa * « c
Government Flour Factory at] Gen. Bs oavieae Met _ 11.9.3i- 2n |and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant MENTAL HOSPITAL; Sweet potatoes approximately 5,000 aire Ba sl ee “GASCOGNE” = 22nd_ Sep- Plantations Building
Lancaster for a short period be- Boy particulars and Conditions of Sale, lb8..a week, to be delivered at the Men- M.S en as September 5 tember, 1951, via St. Lucia, ‘
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October, MISCELLANEOUS PE COTTE CATFORD & Co | tal Hospital twice weekly in proportion- PARAMARIBO AND B.G Martinique, Guadeloupe &
1951, for the purpose of receiving | 9.9.51—6n | ate amounts. M.S, BONAIRE-24th September 1951 Antigua.
and processing cassava roots..The| ANTIQUES — Of _ every description : ma SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND “COLOMBIE” 14th October
. . . Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver] The undermentioned will offer for sale Yams— available. CURACAO 7 que and
roots will be purchased at the] v 1951, via Martinique
IOVS r - 100 lb. delivered Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto-|py public competition at their office, Eddoes — as available. M.&. HELENA-—2ird September 1951 Gus 4 dnune
rate of $1.50 per 100 lb. delive graphs etc, at Gorringes Antique Shop | James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 2lst i ss : _ | MS, BOSKOOP.-29th September 195) suadeloupe.
at the factory. adjoining Royal Yacht Club. September 1951 at 2 p.m LAZARETTO Sweet potatoes — approximately 400 lbs. ie
2. Any person intending to de- 3.9.50-—t.f.n Foca denlrelig: two storied freehold a week, delivered twice weekly as|) ===] Saas SOUTH BOUND
loans neeene T : » fact wellinghouse nown as “Culloden : . . . i"
4 liver cassava roots to the factor CAR TYRES, Unused Bergougman 500 |View", situate at the junction of Cul- | ordered The EN, ORE ere | “GASCOGNE” 13th Se
& is requested to notify the Direc-|_j¢ 2 outers ‘and 2 iners—Price for lot |Joder ‘and Dalkeith Roads, with the | Stemtes fis avaliable accept Cargo and Passengers GASCOGNE 13th = Sep- 4
tor of Agriculture, in wriding not] $5200. Phone Leach 2546 lend thereto containing 10,585 square | Fame e- yes for Dominica, Antigua, Mont tember, 1951 Calling at pe
later than 22nd September, of the 9.9.51—3n | feet. The house contains closed and Eddoes — as available. ie sioedey aah inst ia Grenada, Trinidad, British Ts
a4 + ae >» expects ag | OS eee open verandahs, bath and toilet down- r = ; > Sailing onday | it ‘i i ¢ . | ane
weight of roots he expects to de COFFEE—Fresh shipment of this| ctairs and upstairs, four Bedrooms’ (ore i ‘ esusadt rat as available. : The M.V MONEKA”™ will and French Guiana. ’
liver, favoured Brand of Liptons French Coffee | with bath and toilet). Two servants’ 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ubs. at which each of accept Cargo and Passengers for ia i
scala celvemiesisl iaica tara i homedics: 19 sian |TOOMS: Rarage for 1 car and tool room |the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institution Dominica, 4 Antigua, | Monteerrat ee ea {
‘cite diaeesliine % (all built of stone), in the yard. 7 evis = =an . " argo L
i tea | _ rection between 5 pm. and 6 p.m | concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of October to Friday 14th Inst ‘ ae
otice to Mariners COAT; One Lady's Fur Coat, excel- any day except Sundays on appointment | the 31st December, 1951. The MV. “DAERWOOD" will it BLA DO”
It is notified for general infor-|lent Bargain. Apply to Terese Beauty| with the owner Mr. St. Clair Hunte accept Cargo and Passengers for
mation that two Dan Buoys with| Salon, McGregor Street. | peed (Phone 3229 or 4337) | 3. Tenders should be forward i in sedled envelopes addressed St, Lucia, Grenada and Aruba { L d
7 7 e 2 - ; yc LE + »ngers or § Jince -”
flag top marks have been placed ae : = GL. W. CLARKE & Co. {to the Coloniat-Secretary (andjpot to any officer by name) so as to eee eeky for: Be > vanpens : k. M. JONES & Co., t iB 4
. § ors > s € é s' . mantel
50 yards apart in position latitude] CORN: Fresh Indian Corn, a limited 9.9. 51-6n | reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (4 p.m. on Thurs- BWI SCHOONER OWNERS AGENTS & co. ~ offbeat
13 degrees 15’ north longitude 59 {quantity at Upton Plantation. | Not | __________________________ | day 20th September, 1951).. Phe@nvelope should be clearly marked- ASSOCIATION; (INC.) ~ 7
degrees 41’ west. Explosive charg- | “¢iivered ital Ned 4 AUCTION “Tenders’for ground provi yeaa Consignee, Tele No, 4047 3 A.F.S., F.V. a 4
»s will be fired between these two ~ A ee nee, eae fick, stonsy :
ee eee SOF | oe eA Kodak 38, As New, price 4. Further information i&-ghitainable from the Prison, ‘The Mental |" eameesexaSSRRASS }
buoys during daylight hours for|one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. UNDER THE SILVER urther - oe : '
Seismographic observations, Ship- | City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F.N HAMMER | Hospital and the Lazaretto, rh f ‘ FOR SALE
> . 29 alee 4 4
ee ea Mee ost Qn, | p@@ALVANISED SHEETS—6, 7, 8, 9 and SHOP— CHAPEL ST 5. The Government dogs n B bina itself"to “uecept the lowest or x 1 ; ;
+ r * 110. Price cannot e beaten, enquire Or THURSDAY the 20th we will sell | any tender. 1 7, i> “KIMBOLTON", tnd Avenue,
« inadnsisin eniseanininiminimmmmmmioamaner, | AUS Tyte Co. Phone 2006 one Shop Building with 2 roofs covered y “ 12.9.51.—2n GALVANE Eb MESH WIRE Belleville A very solid 2 storey ;
—— 8.9.51—t.f.n. | with galvanise iron, situated at the ee ah F i 1%" stone built house in good position
) BOARDING, & TADGING PERSONAL Plantations Ltd. Sale 2 o'clock Ya" to Wa Pine Road. Good, re aha aren \
- = CASH 1eHy schools and town. The house
LUNCHES for CITY CLERKS ‘ Med hak S ‘fecention. dining oor.

\ Wy Semonabg Rect cemuty loeates {| “rng pa | eee Obtainable at . leas oxlley’ pretiockive’ nee) |
Crumpton Street, Centrally loca’ The public are hereby warned against uctioneers,. bedroc ; al ; Py
(opposite Harrison College, ADPIY {| y.ving “credit to” my wite MATION | 11,9. 913 ENTRAL EMPoRIUM pee ee
in Person. Telephone oo #8 WEEKES (nee Thorne) as I do not hold reasonable figure to effect an edfts

—an myself responsible for her or anyone else ‘ * sale
ene) | contracting any debt or debts in my UNDER THE DIAMOND Corner of Brod & Tudor Streets re
SE SSSSSSSSSZQ\ me unless by a written order signed by HAMMER BUNGALOW, St. James Cnet |
SL, me Saaleteet seiaaet tei sey, diate received from Mrs Haney + aye Bre a6 saasicle |
‘ 5 ti ERIC E Ss, Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot ap en elevated = above tip
NOTICE TO PARENTS 7 ‘Noad; 12 ; . sop wea level with over % an acre of we
Hot Lunches served to Pupils erm alii gas Heat AG aoe oe oe laid out private geedane dimtaleing
of Harrison College and others 11.9.51—2n cne double roofed house size 20 x 10 lawns at front and reaey man
at “Rus-In-Urbe” , Crumpton St. he -— = \|and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash varieties flowering — shrtt
‘opposite Harrison College). uae D'ARCY A. SCOTT 7 trees Private bathing ed¥e with
onable Terms Telephone ‘ Auctioneer good safe bathing, There is an
as Miss C, BECCLES. { PUBLIC NOTICES 5.9,51—5n. SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH sennnee, shores ve indah Tounge
9.9.51—4n Ten cents per agate line on week-days ibineeesliethat xian a: RENE: tony redrooms, garage
and 12 cents per agate line pn Sundays, ; A480 - Waste in a oe Good in
; GALV. OIL CANS — 1, 2 & 5 Glns. Sizes it in this fashionable area

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abouts of my wife CLAUDINE GREEN- HADES—Pair of plastic sh in | ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON 1860 ' A 1926 i with 18/ stone wall
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I} and it is my intention to remarry in the | Hall Roads. Finder return C. R. Cum ene — cibcsenmael raieencmns semen 10 @ 11 ROEBUCK STREET. double bedrooms with built-in
ILL \}] near future berbatch, Customs, Wharf Reward ’ i wardrobes, Kitchen, paritry,, sere
AIRY H | ROBERT GREENIDGE, | cffered. 11.9.51—2n ita ina tinatinetitiariieaaas Vente Witeied” Walon ante
St G mi ge | Kirtons, St. Philip ee na ae - | tub and shower heating
° eor |} | 11.9.51—3n SS — installation, garage and 2 peg
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| 1 vants rooms The ounds
We have been instructed by FOR RENT 1 | t % an acre aa Nas ivi
Mrs. C. S. Lee to sell by Auction | BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE bc i} i} | ded with Mahoga and
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Turpin fights Robinson § To-night

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i oO Retain or il eC Fifty-five faithful fans of ae . : 2
e World Middleweight Cham- NEW YORK, Aug. 25 Renente Suggestion, Foul Fighter
ion Randolph Turpin have Rand ‘ re urpin patiently answered a
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. oral a caiuniines’ “ines to vho surprised ta rid by tezen tae eR n the boat and
W4TH $425,000 already in the box office, only wet their wallets even before ning the world migtie N bie. sees Rog oie
weather could prevent a $600,000 gate for the Randy pel A agg Ts Gnaed Wi = Sat abr chaainan ffices—-the query about his al-
Turpin-Sugar Ray Robinson championship fight on Wednes- vost iat dteamohas aed, Surprise When he won a smash teged rabbit punching. He said
day night, promoter Jim Norris said. Customs officials _—ilifted victory for himself in his ist that he at no time was using the
--- = $$$ As middleweight champion Tur- ‘hundreds’ of pounds ster- encounter with the sports wri rabbit-punch but considers it a
% e pin, and challenger Robinson pre- ling from travellers on “tae and picture taking fraternity dur- normal thing to aim at the region
1 pared to break camp and core Turpin special” last night in ing his whirl of activity, incident of the ear when fighting inside
urpim into New York for their fifteen one of the biggest currency te his arrival hgre to prepare for But he bristled with quick an-
round bout at Polo grounds in- crackdowns ever staged at a aetense of his crown against the gry darts when he was asked
- creased support for Turpin low~ London airport.—U.P. man from whem he won it, come about kidney punches. Here he
C KO ered the betting price another half Sept. 12 in the Polo Grounds. didn’t plead nor continue his role
al OT, those favouring Robingon furpin, at first shy of the type- of patient toleratien for many of
eee a 5 to 84 9 "he a x. re ie + writer jockeys, was almost reti- the nonsensical question ed
. siroie es Ene ae tea te See at B dos Team For BG cent as he amswered their queries by some of the interrogators. “I
Oo 1nson 7 ‘to 8 or . a How ever no ji, es rent — in clipped monosyllables, which never have hit in the kidneys,”
; a ace Palt Turpin was reflected in the Will Get Money gave him time to get his bear he almost blurted and you could!
., CK CUDDY United Press poll of 31 sport 7 and “feel out’ his question- see he felt an affront to his cham-
(From JACK CUL ) writers at the International Box- . H | B eur Kit ers. pionship dignity as well as that
B.U.P. Correspondent ing Club Twenty-one favoured G p uy 1 Once he was approached with of portsman by the impli
SRUPSIHOER, New York Saye, Peas eS ecstad the title The Board of Management of eee = eg es
ns ; sept . Sines Susat Bes at London on July the Barbados Cricket Association 7.) fo. of artic ulate conversa- Confident of Victory, Has Praise
There is no doubt that Randolph {4 . at a meeting held in the George 41... as anyone ever interviewed for Robinson
Turpin has the power to knock ; ‘en. Aa , Challenor stand, Kensington, yes- °°" “oe rf} a ade "
out Sugar” Ray Robinson during agg ng terday decided to assist members a 7” : Mag ot aes Ay ry at There was no note of peep ENaoe
their big fight on September 12— eG oe ors cf the Barbados team for British arent re Ney ON apenas ete Furpin's calm prediction
i sets > chance City, Sugar Ray (,). ¢ Sloe “he auestion about the differences—-. victory. But neither was there any
if he gets the ae a ih . 4 Bg a 4 Guiana in getting new kit for the if any—in the American and Euro- of the whistling-by-the-graveyard
pin, the xer W c final training ve sjoard earmarked $4 or opened up. It seemed that he hac he regards Robinson as a great
ish Guiana ancestry But Zach camp statement cach member of the team for kit t felt before that he was he shter I ‘combines the best
Hobbs, his sparring partner at the that he had two Mr. E. A. V. Williams suggested 1! i fp Nera 2 By, (1) fe et ee ry h th or or a
training camp at Grossinger, New tasks to perform that £10 would be a good figure !"* queried DS men who { € features of both the American and
York State, has no doubt what to-morrow ight {cr each member of the team "¢ Dad definite oF IntONs, la tb) Kuropean styles as he had previ-
will happen on September , in his title fight especially those who were touring *! inything about the fight ously explained them.

I wouldn't want to be Robin- with middle- jor the first time He said that #@™e« : He left no doubt either tht
on,” he tol ci because Fandy weight champion, this money would be a great help He very clearly explained 4 he has high regard for Randolph
ying to knock him out-—and Randy Turpin to some of the members of the “fference between the | Turpin, too. ;

might eve send him to hos- 4 team who are:not so well off And his an: wer's make a num~ After about two hours in his
ital, Turpin is the hardest hitter Firstly he mi The Board next considered the berof results clear that The nas company, you came to the con-
| ever boxed with and I sparred use new methods ondition of Kensington Oval Paffed some ae ve o ' a clusion that a real man and a
with Sugar when he was training in Ba ae fter a heavy rainfall formed He pointed out iat the Ame ao gentleman wears the 160 crown
for his fight with the Frenchman, fe nbe pi fe. Fe ee a three-man Committee which fighter lays his biggest — * iS as of the nonce.
Roger Villemain.” eves "he h , a would work hand in hand with 0? oirenae ses th fy often, J You came to another conclusion
Hobbs and Jackie Keough are Se efented manish Committee of the Pickwick Cluo ©&™ ‘asi ut .. ’ ¢ quae i f too; viz that win, lose or draw,
Turpin two regular sparring apace ane ~ by studying in trying to prevent flooding at pri pping mse or adequate de Seen ee will di port him-
partners Another partner, Bert movies of their London fight sev- the Oval. » Th ted out, that ms xn ee ee ene o
Lytell, was knocked groggy for , 1 times and by practising coun- The Committee is composed of Thus, he pointed out at MAB Campion. .
five seconds by a Turpin right 7% “imes & et : Mr F. A.C. Clairmonte, Mr. “times when the American fighter You can’t ask more than that
uppercut to the chin Bobby anoueie hd must avoid as many W. F. Hoyos and Mr. E. Inniss. 806 in on me att me he = k nee oe athletic hero.
Dance, a light heavyweight, re- of Turpin’s blows as possible, for Mr. Kidney told members of the off with no thought of defendir _ PS. And you get the impre 2
placed Lytell and was dropped je described the English champion Board that the Pickwick Club himself aoe therefore _ | ee ROR that the guy can fight
with a left hook to the jaw. Dance 4, «one of the hardest puncher well aware of the conditions OPen for scoring by the European. Bostic.
sat on the canvas for a count of he ever met.” He said Randy hits and members felt that the time
nine much harder than ex-champion }j,ad come that something con- MTa6r3
Only Eddie Phillips, who came jake Lomotta.—U.P. cerning that should be drawn to |
waned Puten aon meres. aoe the attention of the Cricket!
caped. Turpin uses him to sharpen a ? Board. He said that the Oval
oF - sem ge th hee = hee F . shit On Screen lies below the level of the
also sparred wit is orother ; . surr ing d =
Jackie, a featherweight, but has gah gE aon rl sn ee ee ahs off
been unable to cut loose with oe eB Sastail for to-night is on after a heavy shower.
punches because of the difference who enjoyed the film version Members of the Board passed a
at weight ’ 7 . of the first encounter between motion that the West Indies
‘Tm “fine aid Turpin, confi~ these two contestants are al- Cricket Board of Control should
cently, “The change hasn't made ready assured of a similar render to the various Cricket
difference to me, except that treat of to-night’s fight. The Boards in the West Indies ac-
maybe I’m stronger because I'm fight has excited so much in- counts of tours, meetings, etc., so
getting better food here than l terest that RKO is covering that these Boards can know what
could get over there. eae the New York Polo grounds is going on.
Exo: now: we're. United ) 0 event with }5 camera crews One member said that .up to
three-quarters of a pound of meat four of them handling slow now the Board has not heard
for a person in the British Isles motion. No matter how long trom the West Indies Cricket
now, And good butter is very or how short the fight may Board of Control about what is
scarce too, Meat and butter are run, this bout promises to be heing done for. the . Austwalian
important for building up energy one of the most complete fight Pr eeee aAliea the: whole thing
before a fight.” films on record. It has already Lowe bi ae fair
been called “ the Fight of the a “tea party” affair, sa i
If Turpin fights the way he Year.” Considering the question of

trains, then he is going for Robin- It should be on the local





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the distribution of profits by the

son's body. In fact, it looks ag if theatre screen a week later. West Indies Cricket Board de-
the plan is for Turpin to wear rived from overseas tour, the
Robinson down in the early rounds ona vara it he ae Ge
and knock him out somewhere ’ ye 71. BORE eee sae Face eee:
round the llth or 12th round. England Wins Test four colonies : _ Barbados, Trini-
Robinson's manager, jJeorge cheba: asl. 3% dad, on ee "e en
Gainfard, believes that the big The i I noe > Beg. a ey the > Joarc oO
fight will be more a battle of styles le first oficla iy s Control.
: 2 cricket match between Canada For tours to the West Indies
than a battle of condition. Rob- ; , ; :
fie ia f and England ended on Monday in the four colonies should share
fnson, he said, is already in ex- 1 victory for England by the mar- {he profits ce
cellent physical and mental con- * Ey es et ee aan : ne
. gin of 141 runs. After the match, +
dition, but his only problem now ee "haved ee sek be) ah: ertcket SENIOR FIRST
is one of style. upremacy between Canada and GRADE AWARDS
“Turpin is the most unorthodox England | were presented © The Senior First Grade Ex-
. R. W. V. Robins, the captain of the , I deneble foe Ave -vene
fighter of any prominence that I ch eel seat at Cc ~ hibitions tenable or five years
7 ” Sl ‘i a touring English Marylebone ric fr Septembe 1951. have beer
ever saw,”"he declared, He vio- ket Club, by J. H. Gunn, the Presi- rom Septem er, 951, have bee
lates all the rules that are taught dent of the Catiadian Cricket As- @warded to;— Gloria Eileen Rol
to boxers. In order to fight him coeiation. The Ashes are the re- lock, Julian Haynes and George R
properly, Robinson must assume @ jyains of a totem pole burnt in Maynard.

style that will also be completely
unorthodox.”

Robinson's four sparring part-
ners are using unorthodox tactics
similar to those used by Turpin.

British Columbia,—(CP)

TURNER WANTS TITLE
FIGHT

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 11



What's On
‘Today

They are pulling away from Unbeaten Gil Turner of Phila- :

punches, using wide stances, squat- qelphia demanded a shot at Kid Police Courts and Court of

ting instead of bobbing and at- Gavilan’s Welterweight title poin'- Original Jurisdiction —

tempting rabbit punches in the jng to his tenth round techni- 10.00 a.m.

clinches. cat knockout of former lightweight Monthly Meeting of the
‘a : neice hitter King, Ike Williams, for emphasis Council of the Chamber
Turpin is an explosive hitter His manager, George Kats, hint- of Commerce — 2.00 p.m.

with either fists, said Robinson. ed however if a title bout with Meeting of the General

on did not “oan per + Gavilan is not availabie immedi- Board of Health — 2.30
ime during re «3 on ENT. ote i¢ «would willingly send p.m.

However, I could feel the stunning 7 yy. ceatnat contender: . Sly Police Band at Powell Spring

effect of his blows on my arms Graharn UP, site, Bathsheba—8.00 p.m.

and shoulders when [ blocked CINEMAS

Mi Robi . ’ Ateteb soe and Ee pm
But tobinson surprised by- YESTERDAY S Empire: “Valentino” — 4.45 and

standers by belittling Turpin’s
ability as a body puncher. He said

WEATHER REPORT

he could not understand why so from CODRINGTON
much had been written about Rainfall: 33 inch
Turpin’s midriff attack. Total Rainfall for month to
date: 4.02 ins.
The gate for the fight is now Highest Temperature:

approaching the $300,000 mark and
every gate record for anything but
a heavyweight fight is now well
surpassed. Ringside seats are

84.5 °F.
Lowest Temperature:
12.5 °F.

Wind Velocity: 7 miles per

selling well, even when they are in hour
the 22nd row, where customers Barometer; (9 a.m.) 29.941
are grabbing them up at $30. (3 p.m.) 29.877

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PAGE FOIR BAUHniK ADVOCATE \\t US I -li V\ -.1 I'll Mill K BARBADOS t.—_i— TAD\txTE rilil<< t>. (hi **•• %  • I*. 1.14. I \VIIH-MI,.N Hlftlltll 12. 1S51 I I MIIISI i i4 s From Sugar IF the visn <>t Hi B. nuffd Braine M.P. (tut Mining eta it Mivad i" bring agalfl before members of the Legislature and of the G HiUea, limited thoiii establish.nK industries hull the raw material can be easily supplied from sugar. Intensely interested in the federation of [ndtai Mr. braine, even although Inwould hurry the process, has been converted to the necessity for uradu%  InflM UM lack of industries which would support .nil the trappings of i Mi erni .in. It ;. unstWaM which I [or -i newsprint Indus try in Cuba OOlfWridt with tluinvr lion of the possibilities of the production <>t w.ix ;t subsidiaries to the suuar mdusiry If newsprint can be manufactured from bagasse and in\vstij:atLons have : quality paper can be so manufactured it would be a means of Utilising in Barbados thousands Of tons of >.' which now comai from the manuf.uiuir ol nigai It might be that the means f transport for bagasse from other sugar producing colonial could be supplied by •chooncra which now ply between the islands. This would be a means of using all the available bagasse in the area and i a per on such a scale as to supply the Weal Indian market instead of purchasing from Cuba and depleting our quote of dollars. On the other hand the poaribUlttM of wax manufactured from the auger cane are still under examination but such as they are give bright hopes for the future. Mr. Braine. as enthusiastic over this proposition as he was over federation, saw in the export of wax great trade possibilities for Barbados especially. In the world merket wax has fetched a price of %  pproximately iiftoo per ton and if it is estimated that Barbados with a crop of 187.000 tons of sugar could produce some .'J00 ton. oi p/ax, then the additional $1,134,000 would IHen appreciable addition to the revenue of the sugar industry. The production of wax in the West Indies would have the advantage of utilising raw material now going to waste in the sugar industry and with a ready market in Great Britain would not merely earn the West Indies dollars, but would save them to Great Britain who must now import wax from dollar, countries. In any event, the processing of bagasse and other waste from the sugar industry would be converting them into valuable raw material and removing one of the drawbacks to industrialisation in these Barbados has already lost her claim to the manufacture of yeast from molasses. The manufacture is now being carried on in Jamaica despite the fact that the water supply in Barbados does not present the difficultly experienced In Jamaica In the manufacturing process. There should be no hesitation in exploring; all the possibilities of having these manufacturing processes Inninasmuch aj the tWO kinds o( raw materials are now being produced in Barbados and allowed to go to waste. In the past it might have been said that although we possessed the raw material it was not possible to get the capital from abroad it.-cause of the fiscal policy of the Government which offered no encouragemeat The pioneer industries bill has now been passed and these new companies whether Boated o local or foreign capital can claim the exemptions which would enable them to stand on their feet The possibilities should not be overlook ed and the proposal! contained in the %  Uggestioni should not be dismissed without full investigation. This Hook Will Anger Every lliiiisii Soldier %  ... pi %  MBfAl KEY Ua familiar name to yo >K "' ottacta, t" in*n he denied the )u*t rial f war. . a %  Campaign of Murder Menachem Iletfin. -.neo •*. no* *it^ in %  Parliament if Ins 'hi ' m a booh litte nf Tn. Revcjl* | ... i W H Mlthe bac hs ro u ad -'• i campalfn. .. clalma that he did l ought nut la hava A ..,!,-. % %  Li II .ill on Hie Hritish rul. IM.<. It Is a xxtk that %  It muki ngainst Ada) exro not only shock Ihi BO many people in Butitin. but they h tha name of Linrepudlatad, %  ^ minutes wurninK' '. (me of U makaa %  thai tha Unt^h authori-lj 1 ,t, w i. i.. i lama f.>, (he ]os*f -if thi HI UVM and the injuring ol lowing uj of ih. KMIK David Hotel in Jerusa--g jam tha moal apeetaeular of aiif Begin's exploit* I litstate-, i ..legoril allv that the" in the hoti I (whichi Brtuafa iiw ' %  22 minutes' warning by leleptv lo have the hotel evacuated. Hut liv tinstupidity nf some• In authority" the By JOHN QUIGLatT %  %  %  -. rank-and-file i %  ng our warning kah soh". real mv 'i rgeant-majni if. hilly added nil full n a %  %  One r 11 Km %  in %  • Mm J 111 H< a %  Kivi ri ifl laajjai Tin I.I -'i noun i BD| VH Whitewash He writa When UM vnUBing reached a hlgfi official In the hotel he exit here to take orders from the Jews. We f ive thai M MM i tea that "a specific order waa tv II I>> someone in authority that tin warning should be iginored" And he asks: "Who was I responsible for that order*"' As Begin claims to know all the •4 flOM not answer his own question, tin Infereaea nuel ba that neither wiirntni; I Tea British Oovernanant wooM be wise lo counter this whitewashing pruiNiganda by stating the known facts Why oPJicers were HogKed One of tin episodes in PaleatlM that aroused intense anger in Brit>in WIN the flogging of kidnapped mean This iBaMn'i luftincauon f>r that breach of the role* of civilised wai f i Two more death-sentence'erred '•> Acre *| On thfl morning of April U i annouaced that all fou* Immc U irnod thai %  namj troops fall ini'. ii ;.i Ihejr would be 10 die ,i> OUT four combad died. OUI -nemoialili Jail The (ortreai • icd. and prisomrs stil: %  in the attach llva Irgun nun taken prisoner i ifht befoN Court In iarui We kn> w ntw that If we did not save them nobody would BCt while then trial was till In progress. TlOO Brlti-*i sergeant J were cnj>rirrad and 'lanped. and 0* thi %  Why art you doing this to exploit Been comments: me?" We rep ,id our rnemy In kind TinIrgun soldiers torn him He had firced us to answer galWhal had l>een done to Kimcht. lows with gallows. 1 for a (crttlirate which would confirm In the name of An act of retaliation UU Irgun that he had been -Whv dl.t the British COJTJ onwhipped these senaHes.' eiCeeutlOM "What do you want it for?" of our warnings'" asks Begin cd it If the Idiots In inv Thi> Is his mawi i ••Find Ways To Provide B.W.I. Shipping Services" London Meeting Approves £mpue Preference LONDON Lack >( shipping lervtces i<> the We l Ii At the %  %¡ runet dlea the negotiation ol BrlUah trads ;;,';;;'i;:' mu with (..,.,., WM. U„I...„, „„,; ..lso sentenced j suiting Commonwealth interests fully, and. !rd ..-.other sotemn \ Canada's special position in Empire tradej 'wig were among the topics discussed at the 17th, London of the Federation ol Chambers <>( Commerce of the British Em-i pi.e West Indian delegates to the Congress vettf Mr. A. E. V. Barton. Secretary of the •Vest India Committee, who represented Britsh Qulana; and Messrs. H. Alan Walker. R.j \1. Cave and A. A. Shenfield. who spoke for^ he other West Indian Colonies. The ofUcial report of the Congress, just Hibllahed In LOJHIOQ, includes tins report. scoinmended i>\ one ol the coteinittees and tdopted h> the lull Congre has noted with regret that %  llniLs to interest the United Kingdom ship-! industry in providing the services oeWe had averted the execution with little nore than il hours to spa ni., nw.,1 goes Early In f-.uruar* the ranwval %  rh,T from nis'aost l-Ongres ii BriUfh ( -iti-C had been an%  f ids SMoeessor. Oott* i il McMill :l noi U1 fullth,. I'nv. O I %  %  oawpleM /O./M rs 00i 00 T. i no. v After love, book collecting is the most exhilaratinc sport of all. —A. S. W. Rosenbach. uivoi in STAITONEBY Ti fortress m at] -si See u8 for the following . COPPER PIPE — ****. ", l'i" and FITTINGS OALVAMSFO PIPE " GALVANISED BENDS — S". **". U" GALVANISED OCRf:TS — !j". *" GALVANISED REDI'CERS — i 1 *" U W — H m *• GALVANI8ED I'NIONS — W. H" GALVANISED FLI'SII PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "P"' TRAPS CORNER BASINS with Pedestals Mivtnitvi BaXHN M aect i later. At OBee, In tin i Ilritish ofl ' 'I Bach ixaetly what Kimcht had not: 18 lashes. Sentence off ii:. of ttu* arhlppi ;.ski vhip your people whip US—1 Tw the %  ernment ana in and • b ! %  m tinrli .ii He never hml need • l&cau Tn. BrlUah n%ver again i im b "iv ba I Kat^: wai not whlnped. T ne High Coniiiii-M'iiRT ceneaUad tha nteno on hip The handed sergeants Filially, Bejon deali with the .! %  ., ni Do* (iiuiHr. an Irsuniai who was eaplureil. badl) in inrd in the iprlns of 1946. This the case rli.it resulted in the The politkel an ced • %  > i.'i h ineed Orders win given at once for tin' arrest ol British ofl %  i Our Jt %  '-iliiini.t mam mated In I-ondm. The Br.'ish bcllaved that b> breaking 'he spine of prisoners of war the* would break th back of Hebrew resistance Hangings, hangings! and still more hail I Taste ll 00 'U'utit that had we, ivenues of gal: l.ivil>e.'ii set up ir r.iirstit • %  and a ton l| n Powei b luling in our country The gnu act of retaliation forced upi>i us not Oftf] scores of Mwlah young men from tlw t lUowsj, but broke the II. ( of antiah rule. Wl %  i gallowi ara TIC which rests on thrtti must inevitably crash. Laws of war What Benin omits to meptioi; ii,,ona tad M it gawiliihei his Major Collins Next day oui case. men Interrupted a court seat in Soldiers flgbtlng as soldiers in a progress In Tel Aviv and nrrecognised, legallv constituted retted the judge, Mr. Justice armv are entitled under such wlndhem civilised law is operates in war to Thai evening, an ofti.i.il combiunane trstrhnenl as prtaonen inuniipie announce*! Ihat the On the other hand. Irgun was t-Ctuef bad conin iticK.ii lenrorurf orsanlaatloq :|Hine indetlnitel. neither lighting under the recogUM axecUUon n tha sentence on msod rules of Hvlllsed warfare nor Gruner in order to tnabll blm antttlCd to claim the proteetlon of HI appeal with the ihem Privy Council. Exhibition Ol* Itoniaii Britain By C.CV T. BARTON tinned u.,i heetlni than ee have in these modern dnyt of aoel The aleaTenit of the tablawara can %  i from the ptd i MUdenhaU treeeure. The large %  %  Weak moorland uitr> which -how that hunting ... %  fretltude to the daettat In turnol mcBtaa. unbai of pseturea h Uluatnta the value of AN exhibition of photographs ng aoma ol tha Afas ovoi ic of Itomnn Britain during the peel i .mged for display at the ll i The txhtMtkm will be on show until 5th October. The photographs emphasise the „| vor patter depicting Neptune ,, i rwSs % % %  ) s ^v-, and the .ru of wa< in the turbu,.,„„ tnd nymphs and the her'" forti and ''"-*> stem -" Icni North. The Smith is the area i .,,„. „| v |,. lh( (lt (a ,.,. 0 f Neptune. of the villas and easy Uvlne. meda Thi fourth centui y PeS Slb k by three hundred years and the vm u? 1'illic it] of uiiitit.rrupted peace The North that RoenanliaUon bad not killed wis the area of military forts and the expression of the ii.d'.r art! encampments, of conetanl patroli Theaa plcturej turelj dunprwre the and engagement' against the war-tal.ment of TacltUI Hording the Itomans—• Ttun m ike a desert and Somethiiui of the high standard call ll peace." of living that the Human* introNorAi dees not OfedUCed may be BOtn from the pie()u ,, h peetaCB ndt, The '"" %  "' % %  %  %  %  HI i jvementa maaalve walli of thi i of ihe villa, of %  l- Ham. Someithe forts d0 uoi have UH %  ">• nalioil' *re *t and of tunings tone. Kent. Th popular appeal, though to the annotations hypoc'usts show that they had a better Idea oi the oonafort ol eeaV'ill hneolom-i thej i. Tii.n re of . i the Q placei whe existence area net prevloueh euerauta ana foundations show up in the pictures likt pi..i in iini.iture. %  nbition Will %  t %  iholars and thos* %  tl] vtalted Bnglam aen something of bonbed London which has given tin an rukSologM %  ohence i > examuv %  i %  covered with buUding* r le l.r>well %  upplleit w||h hleh txpl tin all the i u f poinu to louk foi Infinds have been toasted \ l'Jvwnltii\ I ihu'ut'nm To the Editor. The AdeOCeM, MH. I should like to congratu%  M.I on you? leedlni ai reuUne to the low standard of education now being obtained in %  Rel;.' of the he i the only person singled out forcrtt ure that many of you %  with the % %  .ITcolumns by : %  retired heart:eufh reeentu rhen I no doubt Wnetever. that his are those of : teacher whose eyes are wide open. and obviously the result of practical knowledge and ken ol ration Candidly I do nut see bed to fOl wind is happening in our elemental 1 ) school On the contrary, I think -live our di epSst sympathy In UU n I" tii-m. WI ducoo : i III.IIIII on UV .in They were uructed on an II was foist%  nts of • I %  %  M one else, who must also Our llVailt'i** Kay: %  ept the -. for the outcome of this innovation. Working age-grouping as It is at present being worked in our ll like making hrtck* Without straw. In dealing with this system von arc naturaU] confronted with the backward child H\ tin backward child, it must .crstood that it is im'. the dull child, but the child who is backward at a i attending school prompt I \ nd the child whose backwardness i to ineeular attaadaaei Adequate teacln i % % %  .lit will cater to the needs of the first type, but notluiit? short of compulsion will be enough for the pccond ami Ihird t>i •There Is another aspect of the matter which deserves special %  .'. tn the agc-groupins by the Tea. i %  lUen look place tome time •He fact that there was a wave of dissatisfaction sweeping %  v hen in our eh oschools emanated tron i This wai %  series of urns tabled in the House nf ItBMlhlj by Mr F C Oo to the i '. nothini; visible haj rettabu I gleaned. I am convinced that thos. te.nheis huvt a real grievance which m dressed || | expected to give of their best It is said that the kernel of inj educational aysten ithe teathej and when one reallsat tha' i. discontented ind disgruntled la %  %  M jtarl of nn> governmenl aenuineu interested in the welfai iMing of Ha above mention ota rMTEi \notiirr $§tp Finmiril To ihe ithior. DM Atfeeeett— S1H.—In a conimuniti wben social progress' is mamlv in two I ear a labelled si A B : % %  '}• %  ihe Ba BJ*.C.A ibavli Michelin as a Y Since no took cance i UM rear he has shown hes ly he inteipret. UM fttl denortaienl andbai tran'form%  irecterhrtlc speed and ng the need el Michflm ami our Insp<. %  of lectures at District A" Pellet Station Ut week. Wc are deeply grateful to him and to the -'ruction and also to Dr. Proverbs who denlt with the Can of Anhnala The Commu loner of Poliea hai loread eerj practical nanner oui aUef In I in Annual Welfare al all levels mi i im; oui %  orvtcej to ..ic support which ., • ,.,.,] Y trulv. CBL'ILI WAI.COTT. Hon. 5ecretary Barbados S I Archway Hoi,..-. Navj GsfUei •. hevheeV 9951. Ju*l C-mrni'nlf To fh> Editor. th Adrocaic. SIR. I should like very much 'o commend Midr si-"' MiiS and uist comi t a hurricane may at • \r same I the Barbed %  are there. and in %  the safetv Hke Frank King, UulUnl %  :s out Of the >•'-::UD.K. [ween the Umtexi Kingdom and the West mdtee, which ( were recommended in the 16th Kepnrt. have so far not met with mi cesi "The sliorlai;i' ol passenger accommodation continues to be acute, although withl^ prospects of some alleviation in the future, when increased setvues. planned by lines ejser than British, come into operation.; There is also a shortage of refrigerated freight services. "Congress therefore recommends that thei (inference lines examine ways and means ofl oroviding the desired services. These difR-, %  ultu's apply in varying degrees to other 1 >art. nf the Colonial Empire, for instance.' Mauritius." The report made no mention of the Anglo-[ Tuban trade pact which was being negotia.ed while the meeting was held, but it said .1 Delegates representing the Colonial Empire 'omplained that, in recent agreements made* >v tha Government of the United Kingdom, he interests of the Colonies appeared not 11 ways to have been adequately protected, ither by prior consultation or. where posIble, by direct representation. "As a result, whilst on paper it appealed hat general trade requirements were taken I nto account, there were insufficient safeguards to ensure that the individual require-; ncnts of the Colonies were met. "Congress therefore urges the United Kinglom Government to accept the principle that' n all negotiations concerning the modiflcainn of existing, or the conclusion of new. Trade Agreements affecting the Colonial Emiiiithere should be prior consultation with he Governments of the Colonies and by those Jiivernments with the commercial interests i which might be affected. A Colonial Territory which considers its interests to be -•itally affected should be afforded an opporunity of direct association, when desired and practicable, with II.M. Government in thos,' %  legotiations." The report began by reaffirming the Federation's faith in the principles of Imperial Preference and stated that the Common-1 wealth countries should maintain this principle in their dealings with one another. But I (he report adds: '"It may well be to the ad\ .antage of Commonwealth countries to permit greater flexibility in preferential negotiations where advantages to the Commonwealth countries concerned will accrue" On Canada, the report says : "It is recognised that Canada holds a special position niiong Commonwealth countries in as much as she has a dollar currency and is a clostneighbour of the United States, with whom' %  be lias a substantial trade. She also seeks to recover her markets in the sterling area, which in recent years have been limited by | the shortage of dollars among sterling countries. "In view of the manv types of goods and especially food which Canada can supply and which are so sorely needed in other Common%  wealth countries. Congress notes with con t cern that present restrictions impair Com' monwealth trading relations and pla^c In' jeopardy the Imperial Preference trade system. Congress is also of the opinion that close co-operation and complete understanding between the sterling and dollar countries i| essential to Commonwealth well-being." The report pointed out that there are cer tain fundamental principles which must be i ecogniaad if the Colonial Empire is to be de veloped to its fullest extent, in order that sach territory should be able to play its appropriate part in ensuring economic development which will be for the benefit of all. 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ttll.Slsl.w SII'TF.MBIR 11 IM1 BARBADOS AKVOCATfc r\c.t ri\ i Resolution For $40,000 Passed Missing Treasury Money Discussed MH\M.| lllltlft THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY \sUTtlay passed a Resolution for $40,020 to supplement provision under certain Heads of the Colonial Estimates 1951—52 Part I—Current. The Reiolufon was to authorise the supplementary provision included in the Supplementary Estimates. 1951—52 No. 23. Mi. Q H Adams moved the passing of the Resolution. Hi Mid if there were any information un any of the items that he could h.vc. he would be willing lo do so. In that case, he was suggesting that Ihev would take the resolution head bv head. Treasury Shoring? Speak in* on Head III. Colons! under which $72 was to be voted as allowances for ahnrtmgH, Mr. Lewis said thai he registering a protest that btgut. Mr. Adams asked "where la Lio.eaterdsy b> Hereofnrd Fraaels. Birds like this are not usually %  %  al iin'i' Unusual Bird Caught \ mnat unusual look MIX bud was brought Into lb.oflsM "f tha Advocate Co, jmiiiidii nsarnlna by young Bermtfurd Francis of rilgrhn Rood. Christ Churvh pan* oversight that the members of the ml s,on **t w being paid to Hous P only knew of iTv incident ,hoso c'Tay from year lo year by when the police put a MtlCt in lhf> British Ministry of Pension. the paper. •<" hoped that the Government "I feel the representatives of would direct the police lhat. if the people should 1* Matad more """^ ro carrying out an in vest texpeditioulv" he said. nation, they would Investiaui x t t —-*—-_„/„ M„„ irom top to bottom. He fell that •* '/ BlJgOOQ I'ttSS Mr Adima, in replying, said the present method of Investl... _ }P l ne ,. %  Mr. Uwta. gating, was only casting suspicion tirSt A It I t+Xtllll The Administration, he said, dlson persons who may not have anycovered that the money was gone thing to do with the shortage. Dr F. N. Grannum on August -rw from the Treasury by accident. Mr. Adams said thai he remem30 and 31 held a St. John AmbuhalTana^laaSufr /"Tv Si? always by accident lhat bercd sometime ago Ihe Speaker lance First Aid examination fo. HlMsflaaailad^laa^to^ i such lowcs are discovered. 11 ruled that he would not allow any the members of Ihe Fire Unmade uMnStfd we?7.f tr^n^. might be likely sometimes to And Hon. Member lo attack anyone in and 23 members have passed the 5 uff somebody putting h hand-, in the the Hoiye who did not have the examination. They are: (J. Heckles, rash, opportunity to defend himself. Foreman. F.B. Lucas. E: Sgt. n *lr*. >t was somewhat H,. said that the Adminis'.niHe thought it his duly as Browne. J; F.B. Brewster. E, Sgt. lhan \ hc ordinary pigeon tion made exhaustive enquiries. Leader of the House lo defend anyParris. L; Cpl. Clarke, s I'pi dust >' Dlark colour, it 'Sometimes if you talk too soon, one who could not so defend himBrowne, D; F.B. Holllgan. E F,B'""a** 1 w,,h white, and its feet you put the culprit on his guard", self. He said that Hon. Members Payne. Q; F.B. Worrell. F F.B. lt nr ?"* 1 .., r,d gm>n ,lpl he remarked, adding "If anything should not gel up and make accViGlttens, c; F.B. AUeyne, S; F.B. *." ,, '„ "' ,a w \ lu .. u,tjl the Adminlslration should have sattons against members of the Hope. C: Sgt. Stuart. I.; Cpl Nurse. £ ^J2* ifiW *5 kept more quiet." civil Service. "It Is cowardly". E; Cpl. Denner. F; F.B. Thornc. LL C i u frJlJ-T? i-i He wanted to assur c the House he said, "as member, of the C.v,l E. F.B. Horton, M; F.B. liaison. C; Had ,1 tbv tii, uf i l !" f lhat he had no more information Service cannot through the pre*". F.B. Howard. C. FH. Williams. / ftnlght beak All bi all %  u.% BbOUl The matter than any of the a public speech or in any other F. B. Crawford. G. a verv queer bird members of the House or any way defend himself". If an Hon. — %  %  member of the Exeetrtiw. The Member found anything Koing by the church authorities and that though a few rtirrtrrra had kept, the better wrong with the Civil Service, he the teachers of the school,, been appointed, hVhJdJbft should report it to the highest Among the several case, brought lhat there were ,till ',' irters and *uHesi that A. Bor lo h V attention was one where the stances when th,m assault brousttl Mr. Haadaai u Hi Yearwood of Bank Hall. St lit i YCJIWIO.1 told |ha CVurl mat i>n June 8. ID51 while c B the Public Buildings steps Mr. :.decently assaulted her. Ill Yi .food i ilafld aa lour -•• '.o give OVkfel Mrs Ycarwuod also i Chad Just I • outlining • to him %  i i can imd bg M II .bout the contents of the letter .;nd the vg ni thf %  M Ward pointed out that a case of mdecent assault i n In brut,: i ..! the %  %  %  Una; The story • ;. \-. and could not be baahrvi .i' || ..-. |TM .1111^ 01 i ga. tha Ii'iidaut Be tore dischtrging Mr MeadWalwyn told him that the law does not always require ition in *uch a case' but .ii ii'imd that most of the points ... ihow ... and Ibmfora ha was discharged. nolle. V .. I I' It more secret It Is it is", he said I nveM Ration Mr. Mottley IV) said it was true ihut they had had a serious loss in the Treasury and he had seen a report on the matter in th Trinidad (iuardlan. that the House |ob Not True month. A certain amount of this workers when the montli waa paid by th e church authors%  round This he considered a mu' tics and the remainder by the ndiculoy state of affairs. Thi Mr. Adams said that what the teachers. Since the Government janitors should be given highi That showed Hon. Junior Member lor St. %  ** been responsible for the wages, treated with Thomas said was not true. "| *iv.' payment, lhat particular JanitOI scant respect and also that somemm in he direct", he said, and onl >' *" 0 3 58 per month. Th> body in the Government had been asked how cold it nave been that difference was so astounding as to giving out information. 'It i> the the Head of a department slopped >nke the position almost nuie.1money of the country, and if any allowance! except it waa ihe *hle. there has been a shortage, we policy of the Gov DaaVl Phj should bavo ML been notified", he Said thai hO "1 am sure thai there is somewas rtstM Ja au'piIoriTf'uie" HOB! """* wrong somewhere and oo lain time. The Bduca Senior Mnber .or St. Joseph. He '^^'SSS^L 0 \£ c ^" n \ T'";,*? !" "1 Ml. Mottley said tl.at he ha beard that persons in the Uomctic Science class had to pay ateriaU did not last %  goi lion !> %  poi He said that in the process of Senior Member lor St. Josc"ph*"ne' thmX Ule ltontll,n o1 lh " Oovernment. he waa told, had .aid thc investigation which was being said that he dul nut Hunk it iv^ m ,m nl ls dri,wn ,rt ,hl "lattei I He advlood UttSN poplc not made into the matter, he hoped the rule book that Hon Members hnp *' lh 1 ,h *' y wl " t l '> '' v,lUl P*> %  ' n, Ha honestly felt Dial that somebody would be brought could be stopped from makinu the ,Ca 1 P os ble delay There ihi Elucalion Department wa; before thc public so that they nccusatlons on thoe who in w"< ca mnn happening in Uial depurtnient. ing themselves, bul he felt that It """"v* He added "If this Investigation is was a matter of having a Mj/rt of of lne,e P* 0 ^ done properly, results are bound Juftlee for Hon. Members to naking such accusato IM? had: this Is | small country fraln from and we representatives of the lions. people of this colony are looking He said that if ii wai the ... forward to having this Investlgathat the inquiry was conducted on havt "^""^ 0( ,cnuro tion done propetl\ COrtatn iuu-s so Ihnt the head nf Mr Mnttlev said that it was department should sit as an inbrought to his notice lhat during quisitorm, he did not think it fair. th" investmntinn. certain heads Mr. Walcott said that what was of departments were allowed to worrying him was that they could %  H down and hr whnl Malto„l y hear cen.in b,rc t.cK. He A^uitei ."hou'ld'ha'C because Ihe employment IS now a little Mr. I>. D. Garner said lhat ABM mor r secure. Indeed it seems \ time ago he had told the House me that one might as well be that hundred, of families in the insecure in his employment arid CQtOoy were not satiMini with tha get a reasonable wage, than to results they were fatting IOI Iha itn hi-roomy bajojj -.|'iit by i wages so appreciably reduced." ment nn education. Ha n lo sav that since hhad v .ule Mr Adams si.id that there was thosr remarks there aMllMil lo supposed to be a Teachers' Assohave been more dlSSBl elation in the island and if the pnllv w m tc MiHawkin> v. ill be held at the same time i.i-.l place. Mr Garnet -am thai U* not afford the coulinuanri Of I system which did not KIVIrOOUltl as good as those in the past under the old system. Seeing that thev MPOra not gelling result, it was lime that they do something about Idiots This age-grouping was only turning out from the school kttoU and Ignoramuses. "I think this DovorrUnatH should take a nrm hand," *aid Mr. Garner, "stop the Din '"i nf Education or whoever is responsible for carrying on thfa ige-grouplng. and setthai nui II %  at a propoi < latnantai' education baforo anytMni <\^ Mi K K Wakott mad. rOHH ence lo corluln lliioga in tin nluratlonal ast-up wbieh ha pointed out could IKenansjod witn favour' able afroet Mi II A DOWdJng and Mr. It Q Mapp also voiced their dissatisfartloii with age-grouping \litl--ll.I. ( l Mil | lit HI Stripped Ol Satflfl In Stormy Weather \KU-.US H t'asssp fw undOT Laptain CflBMI the M \ %  : tlManuel ('. C.erdaa. lb hai veaaal ^'walbhrmg in th %  lay night Imanurl < l.ardon did IKK mat ii thc nea \ i liNMNsrl t t.nrdor %  %  he was Balling, on a athoonoi %  runtnoi .* M boforo**, ho add. "but arhaaj i uaod ii.".' %  ui bi| BACK TO ST. LUCIA Altei lb.' Alusla* n. I m|iU>i tWOOfl Ihe Saturdaj and Sunday. Captain Cotfc la put back into St Lu mil there on the follow In Par! of the schoouet earajo an i l# and with thg a aronchina tha aotira ship pan i tf the imperishable foods t"* 1 00%  ..ttit ol mi h Bi i.ii,,., h utig Iha Agu*ia* B. tampion i. Tha sclu-mci w.tlitte up and left st Lucta again f.'i thu %  %  A new Mill of Mils is l< fo lier N.-.llv. TIM AgitstiM R. Cmiipl.Mi .s. bt rthod aiongMd.iha I dtaoharguu i %  %  : bum has <>i b-oal mill 8hg baa alia hi Central Kuundrv Ltd Hot I Mil Iha Behoonat Otvaat \ aim Cstlchpole Leaivea For kilHMir Talks Mr F. C. Catchpola 03.1 I. il-mi Adviser t.t the i lOr for Development and W.H.MIlift Karbadc* b v air on Mmidav monuag [Gajptamboi loth) Ho will bo vluUn| On nada 1 run.but ..ml JaiMka l"i 000 %  UltatiOn wilh tbHeads of the Labour DopwitMnU Irom Jan> ai.a hO will fly to London I tttand a rsanraranca o| i h %  Labour Ooaoan of ihe MMU-II O kwlal n-nitoii.-s. which Ii bolni ha|d al too Colonial 'iim rrom Saptam b af HUi to • ietobai 6th. Mr Catchpola will i-nuni ti> Barbadur, on ihe 14th of < >< t i tha la> men-< were made. ...I.I thai he wa not very much SSSiTtKw UGovernment Nuw "If the police an.nvastiaatine". worried over who had done it but lh V, ', 1V V,f cmirV ho Bald, "'hev should question n.ore so to know what was the rf c woufd IH^ bef! clerks, norter. ^.nd head? of dclaps. that caused it to be so easily tlvl r „ mn ,itiee l>artmenls alike". done. ^ v. .tc Speaking of the alleged method fcarly >otilicntion of ron ducting the inquiry, he said Mr. I*nh (L> said that all he th *t he thought it much easier for meant to say was, that the House the head of a department to reshould have been told at an early move the money than a Junior. Not time that there was a shortage in that he was saying, however, that the Trcasurv He fel, "ha* .f It w the head of a deppr'men! who removed it. %  ions -tatrment* that all %  aatn areO educationally BOandi The i .• promised him lolornnl % %  ,. had Mr. E. D. Mottley .supporting Mr. Crawford's statement, said MM but up to the present ,> rivthmg done. On the mattri i wa-> a Si shortage, the House should be told at an early date so that thev could allow for it. Mr. Adams s:itd that ihe Hon. Junior Member for the City was %  peaking nonsense. He said that In everv country of the world, peorarious departments have put their hands in money and have been fired. Doe. the Hon. Member expect that every simple In The House Yesterday Wfwn llw H(".w ..f A.wmblv met ynlriSsy. Mr #•"•• l" ....net ol UM iolk>*ii K.lallon M pU the MR) "1 WTO mi ihe .n>poul il thiC...-rnior-ln-gnwinive Coaunltia* UM gaum*!**. ll U. Part 1. Currrtrt. %  -hown In thc Suppk'me'itBfy gatimsle" 1MI-A1. No K whH-h Bsrni u. BUI t.. II for Loial I. land BUI lo r trwla.try in Thr we ban) t>rv FMd Sir Mapp Ubla iIK>m rlalln. to ti* firiplnymtnl of thildrrn at tlw Pine PUnUlion. certain ilema l indrawn Irom iliaina Uw *ci and lh i. tan oi ralin m*ie in tiic uan*n of St. Thomai Mr. MoUMy Ubkd a qw.liim iflatlna 10 P*r*' I %  uaarrakssli Th* Hon 1 pai'l a BeoIiitii>r tn place the mm of MO 030 at Uv diipwui .a tinQsVornar bn-Bu%  %  tha i %  itM. 1*91 M. Pat i .1.irar> r.tin-atcv IHI-51. ; hich fotm the Schedule to the BewltiUon Al thu no qoorum and III* ILNVour UM Si>e.ke. ed Iha HIM. until Tue-day nesl SI4.IHM) Gone Over $14,000 had disappeared and it had disappeared from lime to time and nobody knew. The hon. member had said that he knew no mor r about the matter than any other member of the Chamber; would he tell them now what precaution, were going to be taken to prevent another $14,000 from disappearing In the near future? Even those of them who would refrain from aiking certain questions were still very; anxious about thi. mailer and would like to know what stapa %  /era bfltni taken tn prevent a recurrence. Mi. Adams said that the hon. member had made an admirable Bpeaob Tind he thanked him for tin' moderation haj had used. The little .i.ticlam he had made of him was justified and he thought it only fair for him (Mr. Adams) to say so "1 have not overstated by saying that I do not know anything more than any other hon. member about the matter Inasmuch as the Police are making investigations, I did not want t.. put myself in the position of seei ing something possibly secret, s i | to speak." Mr Adams pointed out that ir. these mattery the same risk that i taken by Government is laker' j every day in commercial life %  • I H was only when something tik", the present happened that one had to take extra precaution However, he said, he would inquire as the hon. member had suggested and make a statement in due course as to what precaution was being taken to prevent a recurrence of that nature. F.ducation case of theft in a department Under thc Head "Education" should be reported to the Houe?". (or which $1,700 was to be woaad he ask* If it were a simple case, for examination expense*." Mr. it woo be dealt with departW. A. Crawford asked to draw to mentally, he said, but if it were Government's attention to th? a scandal, it would be reported to podtion of janitor* at the elethe IL mentary school.. Referring io. the remark that Space the payment of these the Hor tr lor the employee, had been taken over City made in connection with Barbj Government, he mid, they bados being a small country and were in the majority of c that if investigations are properly getting leu than they previously carried out. results are bound to got when they were being paid The Worlds Best Nig lit-Cap on this matter < ill. till II Adams. When tin Dallied tc..i'bei> al It would be iBM that tb< %  t0PH THAT I MAKIV \ tf-JJV Til*. I JVECKi -ppiy SACROOL j THK fWNMaWIra ; UBBVUI um TAIN . *;! On Sale a I *> | kMGHT'S DKUG STORFS I CHARGED WITH DYNAMITINC rbr^topber Iil| ,,t Gardi St James. appeared Ix-f. I'ohc,. Miigistrap. Mr. S II Nui al rfotatown PoUoa Station paaattampung l.i . must he spot^a^**^_ *J : lens, immaculate. Usa j.'ft( Cropcri'* White Rcnovalo or Property Shuwhitc. No surer way of making sure K" lhat white ihoes are white! ***•* "-J PROPERTY siicn mrt: H IIITE RESOVATOR In ( arrant milk Spongt New l.avelincss For ^n %  piUHini sin i> FMow thi Simpi,Beauty nan "rSrata raM am atih Mwiim laap *-i>. ihi i ikawas *aj %  M .i. L raud u .,...-t. briN|i <.. %  .Vi.. 1'alm.aix 1"H %  a -ti Hi. II...Ii. MllhS,,, I'llmoln DOCTORS PROVID PAIMOIIVE'S BIAUTY RESULTS .Ins I li'i'ir.'f/.' TRESH SHIPMENT OF I'lltlNA I'llOtVS ALSO I llll K I I I IM IIS %  II. .I.i-n.l JoilOS & Co., Ltd.—Distributor*. %  % % % % % % % % %  a t vt&&& '""" llii.risi.il (i.ll.tr. Lodai, CinnbrniHTr. Kmiiirlii linn. I'urr. i.nil ( %  ilrinl:iSclwal Tirs nimn'i Mini si. win. ifr-d. SI. Mirlnn-r.. I'liiindiiliiin. Allr.ni' mill I.VIIrh's B i*i "in.ir. . School Ti.-.. enl & Co., Ltd. IliinilInr SI .Mirhill-I's, SI. HUM 1 mid .... KiMindiiliiin liirls 11:1111...ii CdUfO, >'omlii-rinrTP School and . tjiii-.n ~ ( '.IIIITICra l* ( %  ml Sl.lr Shin, .lilll ( nlliii. .illiiihiii ill . Hlulilllmmid C'rroin Sin .-• 131 Cave 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET fetch |3JS KliakiS.uk. si nil |l SUM < ol..tired and WWla l| ; .ndkerchi.rs:mr & 15c. T HERE are van mJ rra.n. hv Oi afcaas' It tha world's m.>.| popular aiJ lo *lrrp I.xperirn.a ha* aropl. Jtmon ..t.ii.-.l llout"lan.lin; i| Ml hlsa. A tupof tin. BssHkSOtM Bt*SraBS< ia>rrt al Ivrji.mr, help.i.> '(Knhrihr nrrv^.. a-*irMU. in rrlas %  it.I raasaSSMM iha *-*irm .• natural. rrtrc*hlrg alritamtn>~ot r^.rpiional nil Hit nt value, inn.il> daBSBSsbsl l.>r.n a* iihafof r< your new aisvasalhri raaarttjasjthaBl rted and IB aai fill eel ma and l'"'vini rsBB baar. DoCtOfS and nun everv win re recommend Ola line a< a hed limt b*vrrr. II dehniieK -land, in a .law bv ii*elf. It ^..-i. 10 little—ii ive w mu.h. Ol II IIM III vi | lis %  % %  %  llvrihM 11 I he* are naat frMt i-te fme- mliMaw. %  r.lujM a anp^rnon a( delidoti.. %  .UTithtnt uul l^e-i.".* IM nevi u" fan nrSe> .rrnhei lo J>. hi J%  pa.-be uf Ovaktne Bn.-uil. • %  •0. Yau 0I mn their J>! ..%  .ij ^•urewolMrf Saro-r. I • i \J fo r Restful and This h your op/tortunity .. "MOMS CHOCOLATE BAKS I PLAIN BORDEAUX NUT MILK 7c. *rk A /so Presentation Boxes of Cadbury Chocolates RIDE A "HOPPER" BICYCLE Restorative Sleep KNIGHTS LTD. lW/'/////.i'.'. IBM limit Mills HH MM. LU. While Park Road.



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\U llNI.ill.ll M I'll MBI.K BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAOl CLASSIFIED ADS. P,, M SA,,S — and IIB o* J i DaM Hmun ^r F. gag •up H IJO f vp to M and %  ci.li par word <%  iloV.ional word Term* rah Phone UM between l>i!4pm !ll)l"i Baalh Neil.-. IOB SALE •.** cna-a-e ***** 11 MM ii •• %  ** M aya** I renta • uxd a**** M HEAL ESTATk -if '•" i I., pnd *n 1 I % %  ,1., I I unber o. 1 i %  4 cent, t..! IN MIMOH1 \M nil !i, ii*mor> of ou %  ..kett. Illh Sept-mawr II AI belt he Carlisle an* IILDt-lMifd to IB> Terrace Tyrone C .0 So*>t llih IM*. id ear* o" d o. %  %  HI! Will %  %  L 'I llW •"> 1 i-JlPU %  Thy. v.red home dear Lord At TOMOTIVl < Oandard 14 hp Saloon In -ndlt on juil painled and —I An oulitandUIB MB (Itriir <1IM> I (J Phone II SI—in UtWtl.lD I \U in %  nt.iiB Mill be t w t nw un I4ih loi C ha irT u l H CH dam%  II I II *l I A %  laWUUHAPHaV *MD TYPIST. -l '..-. r. I ( .i. 4 i -.,.,., ,,.,, iitc.i..iwr* need not .p U |> A % Br da*. ll i-.' Lid •• M i f „ %  1 ; RH'dcll. I o Bank ot H. ,1, M,*.. %  MtjnaM WriteU 4 %  If V M -4k. I BulMllng at* din* an •_;[ Jcre oj \ ant1 B j w . ">n* fl MaHnal Prult Tree*. Urvhard " Apply Bdilh Olbbon* en prrwu*** MISCLLLANKOIS kg for ( .1 Pi, to C M Crvemdg* Dial Mil II II .. BtraagM — -. — Apply L N Sampson. I John Dial M CAR—On* Chr>a!rr Houl Cal in Bill .. %  Apply Harold Btatr.erhead c • Bm1 V,...therhead Limited V SI—I I n CARS 1 Modi .in lain n %  iwts rour* while tlia-% lail and Iwlorc prKM riaa IOMT IIUYAL tiAHAOC LTD Trlrphoaw 4M • il—Tn MOCK MM i n vSTATlON. SI n*rr. Mfrr. will ba raral.ad by Ih* U*II '"i 1Mb inad will ofTor tor flala al Iition al tholr (WW. So Hih Slraai. Brldarlnwn. on Friday t4ih day of SapU-mbar. INI at 1 %  •llar>. rurr.it> Ula-a CkU ra Bait on Colt-, r. Jaw Haw HoaaUWW, m dial I t S,-*l l| ) ili.lr h M mon-.l %  l>apt. HAKBOUR LOG la Carlisle Bay Yacht Manaliraa M V P—rwood Adina S Beh rmiihljn D vh K..^ranr. %  <* %  Pwl I l4r.4-(J ||. k't in^nt. v.ik ARRIVALS Sctl Joy. S. %  T Srafarat Srh Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes . i. i i M* t • %  u. I. y. r-ina. I'aotlnf. Hurnlnf. Arn-. lCinitwi-rm, l'...na.i H'.i.khr. 1 -. %  %  ami nlhar Maai %  %  KIM' ni>• %  i :>%  with iha 1 Tha i wo .ton • < %  iVISTtW tha mt ataiida and Iharati i-oiilaininc br %  nuara fort or thrrrabo.i' MlaJRBH mi .4J: .itual* al l-th Avrnua* Ballov.,1.. St. Michaat li> appointiwii *.th Un L. L Toppln. Uh Avrnur. Dial I7M For furthor particular* and condition* of aala. apply to: — COTTLe. CATFORn A CO MIS1-N t D \*ll.l. BUY Old tiuld and SiKrf M.UU CBN Rtnif*. Hanaitoa. broKon CM M dui **a OorrBaBM Anitqur Shop sail In. WIVF.RXMEM NOTHIS iSprrd Twin TilII I' in Hiat cla* .i.l. appl*' CC1L .CMMOTT, H..id Bt. own Kuwin • 11 I Si In AN A Twt-I I! Iv. Tha unoanlanrd will offrr for Bal* at -llllun .t thair Offloa Vo IT. HKh SWral. Rndrrlown, on Friday li.' Hth day of September. 1111 at 3 X THB COTTAC.r niFT SHOP. tandL.< or S.OM aauara taet of land, adlomifig. tlKK Barbado. Aquatic Club, luartkrr -Uh the Ooodwlll and A %  befaerti Ih* hour, ol i and p m .rt,--." r.nl.l-nn'!'. '•Whatever m*k pier malcrw Iha*' Gas BiBkrw Cookie happier and make* her cook better GOVEKMUKM NOTICE (.iiviinmnl I'limr l';iclor> .il l..u.M.r ii i> proporaj to opi .... %  %  for a shon i %  Klnning on TlM I ]&M, foi I rect4vin( .mil iirocvsaliik' c**aiva roou. Tlu> rood will Upurrha-ard at the -. :.o par too lb. daUvfjrad ..I the 1.. panon inlendinK 10 OB%  *.--i to rUf) rteuiture, In i Liter ih..wvtght "f rooli Uvar. 12 < 51 SO Noticf lo MnriiiiTs %  :.:| i',f rDan Buoya ui'.h %  NR3 laUtuM %  %  %  ki op clear. 12.0 31 to POULTRY Ne-Hampshire Pullet* and COCKirMlffj ii Bja> MISCKl.laANKOUS The unoaralenod ill oiler lor ub> nl DUbUC ..mipelitlon at theli Ofh.e Ha II High Street llti.U.l %  i Hat dn> of Heplc-mber 1M1. at I SO pm Ttir .l-i-lli,.ho..--, knoll .^ I 1.1 LAWNY with ihe land whereon Ihe %  JSOO MUMf lerl. allualr al Ha.linrO.rlat Church Inarne-.Ii.il, between Ihe hour* of 4 p m nd • p m on application to Ihe tenant POT paitlculai* and Condition* of Bate %  Ml! % %  COTT1-E. CATF"IU> A Da 1 • M-a.. Early book*. Mapa. Atito1 Qiiiiitiae* Antique Shop al Yacht Cl ib JIM I f n I TV RGB. Unused Bergouaniai i nipmenl ol tnu %  and ol Llptona Fren.h C>H** nil no* be had from your fiocer 11 • 1 In I %  1 ol. eicrlr rBH Deautv %  I 111" t < 11 noARDIMl A LODOIMO alao — 1 1 M m> for CITY CUDRKB Ilea*iial>le Tem.i. At Ban-la-Ufo* I niniiituti Slie.'t. Centrally local ad Apply NOT* 1 ro i->" > Nl I JJaaw and otoajra I.I TPiitIn'Tlrka*' Crumplon St. 'oppoalte H-rrlwn College.. ReaaonabM Tbrma Telephone 43*4 Mm C BBCCLE8. v SI -tn FURNITURE AUCTION AIRY HILL. St. George s 1 !" 1 AICTIONKERS Javlan^.. BlaBBflgay to. \. s. F.V.A. Tanni i<.i" I'LANTATIONS HIfHaDDfO tAMEKA Kodak JS. Al New. price one hundred dollar* Fill. Kmghu lid Ciy Plurmaey. II.i.Sl-T F N art The u "del mention" d 1 publk1 I n.idgrto-l, September 19SI al 1 p m Thai deairable two atorird "rllii.Kh, I %  r %  Ftiidaj 11.1 ih. %  and Dalkelth Koada • Uh nirrri.i fanlRlrung lasas iq IMI The houar contain* ek)*ed KM open teranBah*. bath and toilet down l..ua and upatalr*. four bedtooHia low alth bath and lollen Two aervanK %  i">rr.. garage for I tat and tool roon all built of alone 1. in the yard. lnpectUm between 1 p in and P I" 1 l..i flair Hunt* I 41171 V, 1*1 Mil. %  rdjeHan tin ii AUCTION ri:iiso\Ai ..by wanted again*! ,v>na n*dll h> my wife MAIUON I'll—. Thonvei aa I do not hold .1.1 inn, in tai h 1 aimed bt, 1-11.1 K wrrKEs. Congo Road. IM IBM! MITKES Tew %  • per apota Una rhaeoe II SO 01 < %  •-.' i.i.t %  . 11.' 1 Sunday!. U-tK-ddpl NOTICF about* ol mi wile CIACDLNI: (IKKKNIliOe (ne. I Charnock.. %  1 lot Ihe BBH tw.lic vrm I NDKK Till-; SILVER IIAMMKR MOP CHAI-VL BT Or THURSDAY the JMh we will .ell one Shop Building with 2 roola cov in nf Chaix I %  << Harl TENDERS FOR THF SI I'PLY OF C.ROUM> PBOV18ION8 Tfljvdtrs n Invited foi tin. -*UTH,1\ p| grotiBd DravMbni tot the Itiutlng i.n the lit *an I Si cntary (and pot ,( % %  .:.,, s. ., *.11 > %  %  Offl.r day 20th September 1951 t The en "Tenders for ground provi .ions." 4 F*urlher Informathm is orftal %  1 ,i* ..' 'i %  %  I %  "" a Thliovt'inir.-'nt c* 'iot in) ti? %  y JJ SHIPPING NOTtCgy HARRISON LIISE OITWAKII IH"M III) IMIHi KIM \l SS -SI Hol.Au %  SS il ss "TRIBESM -iN SS m i'i PTOH I I I Learei Mb Sept 12th Sepl. Barbsdog 17th Strut mil Bapt 22nd Sept 6th Oct HOMEWARD FI>R T1IF IMTH) KIM.I" l Closet in reawl For HarbaiUn S.S. "Ntu I nliii toaliitii ippli In DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents Canadian National Sieauisliip.WHITLIIAI.I. JIT rtni I'M Open Daily MJg an: ft p.BI. rrom Batunt.-y Heplemhwr St* to BepUmbei JOtli Hi. I ENTRANCE o I CAM CIO i.'iiv ROON1 1 rKHTOH UI)V NELSON MM Rarbadei IS Sepl 38 Sepl 10 o. i 11 Sepl . %  an i on ii on FURNITURE AUCTION %  MM NOBIBRIH HO BaH. A...... H.tb.a.a Ba.laa I v.i : BBM IB Oct ST Get Aial.e* A>M*e* Ualltaa Maalteal la Sepl I oet M Ocl 1 NaVI Ihi \l \ ( ANADI VN i l a I I R" .-\peeled t< arnvc ln-i. MDOUI UM Mth aVrptamb rarao RM tt\ JottD Halifaa Chariotta ii"' n, Qusi .u.,i AI.^HIUM I GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AgemU. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. UH I I MSI er al I p m cna double roofed houoe .ue 10 %  1 and > • with kit. '.n 1 DARCV A s< .m Tov Youv TftBOJtf LOST A I Ol Ml LOST (2$esi$utejo siiAiirs p caae marked Imp. %  ,i Hull R.K..1. p| I berbatch CUBMM plaaUC tliade* in >l Oplu.l C.Hi.paoy Ugle Hall ..nd While ,.% %  .,. i. | Wharf Rraard II V II -*n i:\iili\lni\ (IVII. SFKVHL ASSOdAIION I OH HIM -LlIN S HANSUSTS (ID. IONDO'. U A C T II U C C V ',V.V'iV//W//,V///.V/'. V.\OTI4E III llll' PAKISIIIOMIIS | of I ST. MKilAtl ^ The Veslry of St. J. Michael will appreciate \ \ it if all owners of Trees. ^ ^ which am over lianRing % I way*, and so shadS J ing the rays of Sum -; Lamps, will co-operate '. by either trimminy these ,. trees themselves, or by •; Riving the necessary per5 ission for them to be \ trimmed, so that tho full ;! bfiitfit of tho liht can be | -.lined. ;: ;; E. C RKDMAN. *; Clerk. St Michael's S Vestry J Ul rr. of I ul>rdlnate Staff. Depta ineludlna r Drpl i II I -|. Iloap W W Drpl ii ORtea iMhihoum. M. Public Market, and oihera not i • % %  i. i i he held al the Town Hall Saturday 15th mil at a p m AGENDA I He Ci-l-nf living Bonu. OffM IA C IJ'.'I'Serty Dlvlalon 111 SI -2n t iraak TI r.ai. ... -i II u-ord* — over II d weak-4 real* a HOUSES '•I.IFTON TFJtRACF-To an approved tenant TumUhed House, tippar Bay HI Orporit* Vaeht and Aguallc Club. All n.odern convenience*. Apply on prrmlv • ) a 91 i f -i CLFRKS' I'NION I %  Xliah Anthmetlc%  ihe Ampler* of lii.tlUitr.for me Union, will be rntmirrl on 1 lllh at Y M C A ral Bewriarit* from wh.-r ular* can be obtained CHRIST1R SMITH General Sevretary THE CAMP On Ih* Sea, 81 Lawr* Fully fuinlihed Dial t35T 14 t 11 -t New Modern Si n ltoh> g .,.j be. In-.. few Chat Phune "Do People Really Call Me Crabby?" Do you lontefimei fee' Ifiaf peopJe art beginning to think you are high \fnjng — o'woyi renp* ond nsevoui to thai you f\y off rh hoodie go.,.? LUXOR ClIAB GLOSS VARNISH SUI'HEMK IN QUALITY ANI> FINISH Uae — (iALV. Oil. CANS — I, t a • Gin. Slr. I .I.Ui.1,.,1 lieu I. HERBERT Lti'" 0 £ II Kill HI IK RTaUOR. npnraled l2 REAL ESTATE JOHN M. III 1IION y co. A F S. F V X. FOR SALE KaSfROLTOM i 1 a %  : I-I..-I I %  lal on niue Water* 1 cupboard.. nuidi lumbing. running wat.T I near to Rock ley Beat h inut** walk from Qolf ISO 9 9 51 t f ii M Your Nerves Can Play Strange Tricks on You I pri wiirrrKANi>s Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day hrart tn 1 minul'i MIIKIK* —Ihe praa-rlpllon of a famine doctor —eirrulatea ihrouab thebloog. quickly curbing Ihe atlack* The wri nrst day ihe atranfring mucua I* die al>rd iliiii giving; Ire*, eaay brealhiric and reaiful alrep No dope*, no imokea. no IBM *k* pl-aaant. taatrlaaa M*n*.o lahl-la at meal* and be entirety free [.Dm Aaihma and RronchlUa to no time, even thouih yo fared for yeara M*g*co thai ll la %  narani—d ti breathing In 14 houn •lop your A.thma In I u TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH YOUR 1952 DIARY FOI? OFFICE. HOME AND POCKET Is at JOHSSOX S STATIONERY CARPKNTER TOOLB Just RaealTad %  j JOHNSON'S HARDWARE r. Ii hard i %  .,-. aaSd M V.t : r |i. B h -T i in K -. ntm % %  specially durii %  im lional < %  |B(i -i .'iilli'aal, Voarat D* '•" ( %  "' •"" l %  II..I'-. „ .,, -.1 ,, luff* !.. t Ii-Neiv. I -I. u|| M, rtkr'. H.--I I.) helping %  ...nr nervin*. %  ii m Mp v i betier, look l-'ii.i at night. | Ifty rears, ih-mn of nil RtsSC xtili'ly aad liji.inly thri.iiith Ihe mm [j. \, y lakini (Bnn Omlaiiilnr \ : ( g.) ntfii. rait. < iive A. f'liaar'a N.rv.Pood .. clbincB lBl l .l | .v 1 .u.t.-..wli.nv..uf'|.dv. HBgM oi .. bOBda-ol nerw ]**•• % %  • %  %  day. Tbs llilBi-tlJl.' h I • > DM rDr. Chase'sn NERVE FOOD Wendaeo' ;v N r.,.1, l,r/, */(' nin.S/.a. Ia* i OHII N I it MM VIVIHS (iiru. CariM, J.w.l. Antiqu*.. Ivor*, silk. B*. Ma. B* TII.VM*. IT m. Hry. SI 11 Di.l JIM IMPORTANT NOTICE THK GAS SUPPLY in all districts smith of the Gasworks will be eul off between one-thirly and about II.IJII Ibis afterniMin for Ihe purptyse of rlearinu a section of Ihe main. BFLIF.VK IT OK NOT Hi: l AN SKLL VOF . I Oltl.M. Ill IF Mill IS C, 1 and Hit — ir per aq. (L CORMK BKOAI' EMMMUVM V Tt'IMlK STRI.FTS JOIN IIIF. BARBADOS POLICE FORCE \N IMI ItlMIM I M... n raq ilrad foi i ant In tai Ton % %  M Ii lacbnii Ian ,,., %  .. honi traiismltiari snd man tMldlni ita %  ii'-n.iiiy rtquii 2. TI. nlug ll $61.00 tisniK by am I Sifioo tu sao.oo ( >.'r month, H .i i ii waahing illowanor, After i yaai arvica ..( 7 20 „ pri month Tinminimum p y • %  -• I B j i mi. I-I H Bergaat I Si ilka! s-rueani j I'i..• %  ,'.-,.,i, i id IIII fi'i'ii' i ri to the Commls*toned Rank. Rriiiikrrmenta for *ail 'tnient H Ins. 34 ins. • VII Age — 10 to M ii §•: WFIVM mi fmuMwsw Irlni susar. Whole Teaaslo-t lam. and Marmalade.. Feaaal Butter. 8mor.... Sausage, ()BBkr Malted ComfUkea. Rerv. Part Hlne. Oflbej'l Wtae Wh'te Saterne Olorosso Hherrr. Ir A Sweet Martini Vernn uth, Jeffrey's A Simmond" Stout Tennent* Amatel. 11 mUasr n-l Orolsrh Beer tar Send Vag Orders Early I • .Mill \ II. I V Milt A NO\S I I II Milk iln nc i I .a*. %  -IkllNWIIIO %  ..... . red'** ni H HIM. t iM. A i : %  %  I gaiden Well %  •><,<>.> .-h*i M i. i Wtsnv Hiiion* I raapeci. SM Jama liriimdlata poaaew.n, %  II BMONII M.i. G-i I*f* RENTALS IS I II INI I ll II. t-IM II ll I i nl I ll.I ..I ll II I Ho %  fawai nil i.llll IM. I si \|| M.rNIS AOCTtONKRRI aad si it\l VORfl 1-1 \M v I IONin ILDINC Phone 44ft



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PAGE EIGHT P..KBADOS ADVOCATE UIIIM-.DM s| "TEMBER 12. IMI Turpin Fights Robinson To-night fsiSCQ U.K. Champion Backed To Retain World Title NEW VOKK s*pt. 11. WITH M25.0OO already In th onl> wei weather could prevent a $80"' Turpn n rfiamfrionship flgbt on Wi I %  %  %  A pMfl TurI nreak ramp and coin* 1 %  round bout at I*nlo grounds In%  ered the i ..Hiring Robinson f\ to 5 OnTu r pin Can KO Robinson rutn\ RIMS K.OVD Mil HTOMS IIIMKIV srpl II i illy-An uiiiiiiii DUN <,i Wiirltl Middleweight CM* liion K-iiuliilpii turpin have taken (iippluia ll |o their wallet* even brlr< lli> v -.< the Hi il< n 4ii.t >ucar \.w l.'.liiii-. ii in \r\i Verb vii \>cdnc*d* t nlihl 4 i..I. inoflniaK lifted hundred* of pounds lrt llni (rom traveller* an 'Mr Turpin •priiil laal lUahl in nnr ol thr biccr-l currrao iiraakiawaa MM u*ri at J I ondnr .ili-rurt —I'.r. BRITISH FIGHTER TOOK SEW YORK It) STORM B'df n aakad %  ra hit in thi "IU COUi1 bl* championship dianJl • %  Uon. <. Hidden! of Victor v M, reraise lor Khinou %  CIO 111 TL.. 1 id the whl I :, in io It, Mo made < clea r thut he regard;. Hobinson as a great TWEEDS %  i. hi p • rare M. %  %  > wnt ii ami n light oral i r %  and b) i rat % %  P Secondly ha must av< of Turpii -—— .,r i (II-|III IWWI i(H""-II>M •• %  .-<. %  •i.i'i. thi Englfih ehar l< %  .mill be .i gr* ii ma of It* 'c.ini who are nut so ami '(! %  tondlUon ol K< 'i man Committ< %  .' r %  Mi t A t Clalrmontas Mr. N i H f> and Mr. E InnHa Mi Kilo. not fdi % % %  :vt, who combine* U f, i-iin-i ..i bath UM Anatrtcan and' %  .lt-s as ha h;ui : them. Ha >' f; n<> tifubi i i it high regard lor Randolph Tunui, tn UTI bout two hour* in hbl you i % %  .. lo th There) a Sl&CO Tkintfot evetu putpose . SISSONS BROTHERS *> COMPANY. LTD IBM \IS 1 H T '.,ft-H i a. %  N B 11. %  On Si l.'ii T J *•-!*. ,I.M\ 0 Ltd Swap ( a Hi VI %  %  %  %  iffli ITAUAtJ IWU1M PABSON i on V .inri %  aHUNoaom GREY Per Y.rd $7.14 % %  OWN GREY and 1 BBOWN STRIPED Sd.70 n Mini' %  •iriiM'd and Broun Sirip.-d. Prr yd. 3.(lll STRIPED FLANNEL In Brown nnd Gr<->. Per >d. S:i Gil CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10— II Btoo.i Streei I us ion oni. i L who crime j with Turpin from England i nped T .i | to sharpen th* rlni ii' M gyred with his brother Jackie. R (entherweight. but ha. boon unal mm with his %  Lght. "I'm i %  Pu i>in •innii .-ml. : %  %  %  limited to I .i pound "f me i tinItntisli l.li's noai Ami good %  .'. Inportant im HIIMITI up %  nets* light." Turpin lights the way he trains, then lie is ii 1 C0Yi>rliig thi* New York I'olo groiuidevpiit with lfi c four of thJm haiidiing -low motion No matter how long or bow olioit th flgbt m.iy inn, Uua bout promise* to be ooa of the Bout complete fight Mm* on record. It lias already been called the Tight of the YearIt ahould be on the local theatre screen a week Uter. %  the lnni ton I,,,I coma thai lornethini renuiiR Hi It IIattention of th* I Ha saui thai U lies below the level .,f ihc ground wrroundlng it. ami u. run .HI heavy shi Mi mbi ra of thi motion th.n th* Want India* Cneket Board o' Control should tandor to th* Boards tn the W< I I %  thai that* i snow amal I on. i MM DM mbai %  id thai up to i ..-A tinItn.ii %  .il h' aril W Ind i Board ol Control about whai ii being done for the Auatralian lour and called the whole thing '. i party" alTair. C:oti*ider|ng the question of tin diatribuUon of profit* by UM West Indies Cricket Board dorlved from oirayaooa tour, the | ... gd, thai i hould i id pointed out that the Arnera entlen ir* the r the i * to another ora h crnphasl thai undolph Turpin - aan ( an*' i i ..,. M. dro land bj the m* K m Of Ml i it, M'.-i tl be Aahi .funk.' inada an. England war* praaantod .'. th* captain of Ui I i u toui n* Cm "" kataub.bj J H Gunn the Pi Cricket As, the uCANADA'S FINEST MAKE $252.00 Now In Stock AT CITY GARAGE TRADING Co.. Ltd. VICTORIA STREET "Turpin u the mart tinortrwdJOK a*jhjt*i .t "Hi vlo* %  that ant b d : to boxei^ In ordei t" i "• ui t nun v ,_ liltl ,.| An Asset In Every Home!! DOMINION ELECTRIC WASHING '.*>***>•*'.•'.**.*'•*•>*.*#'. ,•*•*: '*:;','*'.• properl> I assume u llllU1 ^ (lf ., |ot*01 DOlt slyltf that will al M completely nj lt „j, t„luiubm.—aTPl .. TURNER WANTS TITLK ners aie using unorfhodoi tactl rlUrll nnii.ii to th...used bg TuraJn. PHILADELPHIA.Sept n i am DIM %  "i Phil i pu n c h asi tanssg artd> urncaa,aq ling I nst ead ol bobbin Welterweight Ui punches n> th • i Uncfa* i< an expln : with eiti.. I Itobinson. Hr dM not twiil tolIoUr ol •' time during th* I>-ndon flghl. i feel Iho stunning affect ol hi* ilnws on my inm IHcis when I blocked them But lt.ibuu.on nurprlMHl byby bailttllng I abUlt) ai • % %  He al I ba could not uraeratand whj so much had boon %  .Mitten about TurpJn'a midrlfl at) .1 fur the nghl h now nlng the *3oo,oon every gal* lytlllng but a neavywelght tight is now woU nvpaaat I i;.r •ailing wall ovon whan II the 22mi %  cuatomori nig them up at $30 -BIT. Just Received — New Stocks of RED CEDAR SHINGLES DOUGLAS FIR SIDING DOUGLAS KIR JOISTS I'lTCH PINE G. & T. FLOORING PITCH PINE JOISTS GALVANISED NAILS all naea ;; WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. j o.vi # AGAMIV t/V STOCK STRIPED SHIRTS — WITH WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS — BY — AUSTEN HEED | — AT — C.B. RICE & CO. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF BOLTON LANE. :-' nuuiiu i n i wwtr..t,i..'



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TAGF TWO \ Qahib falling BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, SEPTKMBI It IJ D R A I'liivriss tOMEft TO IOM\ VAIMIRN ran wtM M i up to Unrh.idt* on • fthor \ ': rl'Oft. rc'vn: I T..-rds t>> IV W I.A. Business and Pleasure A nt in Barbados until the %  %  buun| buttni A i' D I %  "With Cable & WireLs. M UM. AUSTIN' DE1.MAI! .( H '.'ii. are g m fa. i intdad i hr"frj "ti Bcimar w with the local branch Civil Engineering M il RONALD SMITH, ran of %  ) s nlth ..! Qrei day rrnnnini b) B.W.I-A Ad will A In-'i da He ... I ih with bl QiaMda, baa ma awra rear t.. ,.''U hi* five-year course In fiafli DurlQg fere, he will bo staying with Mr*. I. VTcatherhead ol Uppei Bay 9tl Ml H, at one Cabb H Ud trained al their For Tourism Talks M [ M I COX bt-G (' the b. i in charge ol Trjcb ee on the Baa rd Annual Oenaral Meat, ^ INK of the Caribbean Interim c . u, ... QLOB-EYKD la Saturdays Wedding "5 ( lLll „t Araium /\N SAnmiAS evening last at the British way <.f life. I utemlw-i 17 21 Vy I'IUVIH, n. arch. j^,. 1S tne youngest daughter Mr. tv* irxpeeted to lei Carl %  Meolatt. Chrtl ,,, ,x-Kmg Amanullah of Aik-iumBaiiw,. • next the Ha On Special Mission "!'. -J SSffltf ttPTSSa hxa... in October D UE to arrive In Barbados bj ^thirtne Margaret Hind* dauihThe ai-yoar-oid print. m M ii.w.iA today from Brit.,.,. ,., ,,,, ..,,,. M Cecil I %  ' %  *"> """'• .nb is the Chic/ Inapeetor |lv rjentltl and Mrs Hind* t lr. Victoria. She hopes Of the B \ Ha ;v ,,, | ( „ ; „i .it.fi-rii It % %  where Is ort J special trominn mission in Tinbride was plven In marshe Is study ins; modern literature, the Hags by hei cOUSin, Ml Arthur mOcloUi. H,ml..ml .<..< .."i-L.ti.t i.s !.. % %  She wants to 1*.J concert bridesmaids, the Mlaaea Qrleg i W That would aoabla her M si % %  Vtheriej to travel, hut she i willing to The eeremonj which .'• hilly take any job. if m-ee^aary. choral with Mi BontlS I" S ri.-i at Ua aid Ktad bj Rev i % %  c M .. inientieni lUnlstei of Bethel The ""or %  month duttei ol baatn i rmVfiss LORRAINI SHOREY. a ad b> Mi. Conrad 1V1 Barbadian who has ban reA reception en bold • %  "Arh> stdblg In Trinidad for severnl dale". St Lawrence and the hone? y, ,< arrived on Bundsg by pent al Bathshene HWl.A. from Antigua after HtO.fl tn imuil (I tending the wedding of hei Off to niiiiM .(i ,. M| i^nnard Shwcv and Mi>: iss CAAOUNI PERKINS ol oirtrude Athill. the 0 ol H asa n ,M,.. gborej arho is over here W, Hutchlnaon ai i" %  -. Ltd left for monsh, is staying with hei the week-end b) it w i A relatlvea at Dan Ilia, st. Jamcv llwsol Scot I At London Palladium iftiwi it MIT roil rm inn i/ •it NDON %  t h.ia loui of Brttiab Uaeafrcea l\ the I^mdon 1 ilnlain* leading Her husband. Mr. Ada:' %  the flm coloured v • the UJS Congn%  '. l t.tlending the World %  l.i ml. HI. At the Palladium. 1,4 it international variet] Bjgl nee the war and any famous A star'. inthiding Dannj K..ye bava topped the bill, Id iharca the top-of-the-bi!l position wiiii three othei (ana < '.: i Uiire ]A> tin %  -. p d k*.j %  .'in.!• radio i %  % %  Chanson, .1 French nurmony team, are on the bill with her. Mis, Stott. who plays boogiewoogie or ctasaa . night in New York Srlth bi IW.UK versions ol the region of £*uti a weak ami aj %  ,. %  %  . i! :i %  .-. musical I Bl P. H.B.C. HVDIO PiROGRAMME I'-. .:.. m 00 p 4 in p i<> lulu 1,1 Tim*. SO P m %  p .1, Th*-lrv Pn. KM K*> MM1IHW. • P I* A 53 p m T.-lfty r. -.i 1 M |i 111 Thr Nr. 7 IP p m %  .... Tli lmllr*. 7 41 |. i" Thf-%* LovrlT PMPM S |. %  oo p ... Ms nd l ia %  Sarloua Arluii*iil. B 45 p "i UM a m P"mi Thr Bdll ,i ass B • i i"',. ,„ K.M %  K. %  >.W -li-.il ,.l Airtninl. lW P"; -. I0 1U pm It'. "* ciftijt "Ptwpt*. I04S i> m ana wasa rm rK4M.a*MMi '.lliMMl'V BBP1 I 10as in M N. inJ was I i.. all 117) Mr*. 1100 M. Dinner suit In silk Un>U and lie* Is deAlrned f4r Ihralrp \irji The reverwd nourh line I* balanrrd by a lr.ird *el irtvet up whleh has j fthart trail or ribbon at Ihe hark. LES. THE GIRLS ARE BACK lU OM> GIRLS al Hollywood ire h.ivn.^ n new blocm way, Mae West Is bringing back Diamond I.il for the third time H..vtlUnd it a nil In "riaw's "Candida," and will go on i tour And Olngar Roe> %  %  .. IOITOW ni a niusu.il 1. IA\ Love." \invriiiin Iulumn 21 Homes A Da,y NKW YORK The Henry Ford Of Wdliani Levitt, it going to start %  built a town <>f I'i.OUU I churches, schools. park*. Levitt mass produced Levi;town. Long Ulai ol !7,Mfl bow of Hi a day. Bkj wiling price is 8,4ft.') dollar I aylvania. this will buy a hour; with three bedrooms, woedburn U healing, eleetrlc range %  %  There will be jobs near. %  site the 13M Steal Company i building a new MO mil I null Up the i %  f..i American-ma %  mo striving to be a Uva : I tary. She says II.fur my money." Down through ahe kept o until he was e l ected mayor. His i i 0(H) dollars. U GIANT AMONG !: ^MOTION PICTURES!!: I >l I* I It I. Ill-IHV US .• ICTURE 1TOU.MUST SB nil l mi n Bll. i \l III hrim PARKS-HALE 4 IIOSMV nun 1 J -' .... P > 1 1 • T r — 1 u %  • BY Tin; WAY By Itvaehcomber f N order to ensure that not i iiirmm aecret back' ,,, .,. drive. I BUppOOe, he MM >'• 00 nwllllng to show tii.it >! be deprived of It* shnn unlvgraal stink and din motors S to be fitted In punts UM' whole Idea ol punting t<-ik sltuati Inter* I I % %  Till: U a nuns and leieurtlj progreai P**?";•'",'. M '"' ,. H um. .,, rnoderi ' lhp "^ II Hut there are -till o>rncrs of Al ' %  drr to whe < %  •• recording rnachlm in tin gardens which i | suggest that every U and hammock should •* %  ie put an w h e el s and provide ..*•* %  • with .. suu.ll utboard motor and /.OIV/T Gat 1.m,luinvr* 1 i i have been s proud uaj ID, me Royal Fine AM Comftklmocr — /L "" |,,ss "" 1 wh * n ; Fine Art Commlsaloner, thatch -iiiCge-ten. with lattice wind.."-. ,i I i rod in honeyui Me and i the ec noenl ive Aayrlan flgure s ym oo ll al n g .\h> not iii.''Aieii't the ChJcolaUona, and a Gothic towe keter jauntlhj. i bung From the Duodle ol UM i i I nded the hi rtes ,,,.,.,inn Hiiiilil hnnliy />.-/i. i< it A LL along the duT-tops ol Kent watch) I 'lining the sea for tne 17.334 Itussians who were said to have dimed part of a rnjeuc it ChannelMwlnuners at Q p Qi lp| uently no law Bgalnel UUs rorm ol ins %  aasss I lie ago lor a Drlol IMapnlnn. 141 ABout muther in i some foatriera may. Where to irmle b the i KBb-f.flr V 14) It. Oulw .mrm M i na Htono (II M %  • i-* (lie%  Rldo i Now IdJ rinnot D# fnutil i Mat>r it matter ot le'.ti . Here it I* mum chftiiaed 5 Neun tlie trip no iliiubt. II I Linpie aierftTa haa It 1 Tlie UOeU> leUltli. 141 10 li. In ortim drlni ur.ipea 11 It return* *mi> %  Raman flBU'" IS. rrvnapurt* ranla. ia Minut sta, in IB 16 t,i Hi,illUl -'•JO Nothing upaet the aoiuti.m or .ti—-— <>.; %  W i*u fwiinei ii i>a* an. o91 fIS Anai 'J* Pert* n*> 1 Lantrni a Trti & aaioalder' • PRINTS 01 LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHS appearing in The Advocate Newspaper can now be IIOYAI. TO-DA1 TOMflUKIIW 4.30 I. SIS Doo h la Wtllt.im POYD as Hopaleetg CASS1DY DEV1L8 I'ltHIItOIMI' %  HOMi tip nit; HIIWI: WS& \i I I -, i •: 0PBNDM HI1.30 I5 i -Fox ll-.ubl.. Ann BAXTER Du DAII.F.Y In TIC KIT TO TII.MAIIAWK" and Ml BI.IE 1IKAVIV Slurring B.II. QHABU Dan DAIl.tv OLYMPIC ..\sr T*VM M0WI n>-itAY 4.30 Si 8.15 The Super Double ViMiiiuIXCAHI.Ct Rod CAMEKON SALOMf. HlllKi: SHU DANCED" "SIN TOWN" St ,i ring rk ( raulord. (uniUnir Moore Till KSIIAV Only 4.3(1 A8.1a 'he Horror Doable Dirk Koran — Eon (hanrv >M IQR s TOMB" and "Tilt INVISIBI.i: MAN" with Claude RAINK OI'KMNC, PRE ;it 4.30 A 8.15 Republic Smash Double Ptt K tfar JONES in IM WL IN Ti: M s and TORTHMT Ol IISSII Starring Jennifer JONES §i most' ji unusual I motion picture! § II O V v TODAY A TOMORROW 4.30 A 8.15 laTnTaaafl < r BKANDmni HC and MANHATTAN M ELOD RAM A OM MM. sill KI)\V 130 A 8.15 Columbia Big Double Lon Mac ALL1STER William PHILLll'S Rupert and the Sorcerer — 22 'flm (VIII) ^ ymn ^-p, ., hl ., ,,, ,. ,„,,. ,.,.. ......,_ but ,, [ S %  U j tK p S Ufd that F OB the iii-i um. in bay Ufa a humble reojueal ih--i the lowrfi special corp -kenine was gta-eottainei might be beautified aquatic police should patrol the leased like ,i folly gmKi eon A what • • %  lurlni August, sgne I %  ..in lo werk. Tusgleworth Ixvnmr denttal Sacreta ..i the ( rhampionship were revealed with le c ajeae abandon. Now an he wo iiit -.'i> Wfadi rou c uld rneel Holbury; rndrvelloui extra ni "You'd love ClihT— thai an off-drive:' 1 Altai the kt chnii and read Rimbaud, whlb bei BAieat dlacuaasd the ourrenl OBI i .. Ian iid er> Ye %  N<' Yeal B] Jo i held it; imei.' H wu touch and g. And that's boa Glamorgan a/en.*' "Bravo. Olatnoui %  put the book down. "D-o. the name Drift v i D nj . be \H. a .1 lecrel agent, %  il I Ma d i "He a t ylng sell i %  S-.3V aajKj ... ?2f Kidnevs Must Clean Out Acids Tour knrty cleanout esceaa Afl.H e KI.Ir Kiad.l.r inuk.MmnturTer frosti i.niKB i'ii Mghi., rrsMMusaaoa. 1*1 mo-, ClretoaUndar Eyea, liackaeha, .il.iiil Joint., A, kUly. he Kmfti-lly lha me.ll.lne you .. __ money bark % %  ni>t.iii"-l A-k jour ,heti.V.| (.it Cydea. 1M1u.H1 loAp. Tha Uiiar Cystex K'4,."..ti..aiW4. I'll/V IHST1N Dial 84S4 "M-iui .ia .m SaSs H ai tna Kt II mi IOON i iiian & li I..i.i. M\N I ."-,:. Browi GAIETY THE GARDEN — 8T. JAM %  t in HI x i UM aoaai x Kub> Orani and ram Koiahi MIPNITC BATUHDAV UIH -I > aiNoora ssnun %  (,i< <>\< II ni i i. v'l'.i -UM ntlDAV la *-t NDAK %  III I not. MEN (.Mini-: THEATRE TOI1AV and TOMORROW — 4.45 and 8 15 p.m. \ Ouiililifor Mum* and n.d and ih. Kid. loo: held. Iheie behind htm l*rge dark lad] aha bll < g'*.y patch aariat • I. %  %  BJ W Gland Discovery Restores Youtta In 24 Hours %  .i I.ICtd. f> I.NVI.ON .I.IK M STOCKINGS I. OCCASIONS Ari.tof Mori.-, QniHa 1.1 11.1 N M in 2.01 2.211 IK 2.41 Ml NS SOCKS ILislir toft .n\s u.i. WOOL DRESSING <;tie. \s Ml N*S i \si I Sl'llKT SIIIKTS Mi.N s sroKT TIBS MI:NS IANCY TIBS I.HI I M. Ills ...lot. !K,lf itmr will IN. ilrli.hu.l lol^... of a ii.. Hand di.u,riy l. an Am.rita. lai'lor Thl. •<• dc. I.IVI. ik.HI PO..I'.'. IHUlckly and ..... i ifc'.iir lo .Ml %  la.da an.l bod>'. lo • I I i> i.'• %  ; f..i... I. i Ulu .ii.. I .dai J In f... 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Iran Gives U.K. Ultinvatum

Threatens To —

Hav bates

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER



Expel UK Oilmen

TEHERAN, Sept. 11.

RAN sent its ultimatum to Britain, warning that)

British oil experts
Country unless Britain
settling the dispute over



PROTEST

The Parliamentary Oppo-
sition of the Electors’ Asso-
ciation headed by the Depu-
ty Leader Mr. E. K. Walcott,
yesterday waited on His
Excellency the Governor and
protested against the sending
of Mr. M.-F. Cox, M.C.P.,
as a delegate to represent
Barbados at the Tourist Con-
ference in Santo Domingo
this month.

The grounds given were
that on several occasions Mr.
Cox had publicly expressed
his opposition to the encour-
agement of tourism in this
island.



France’s Recovery
Astonishes Vice
President Of Brazil

PARIS, Sept. 11.

Joao Cafe Filho, Vice President
of Brazil, said he was astonished
by the industrial and economic
recovery of postwar France.

Answering questions during the
Press Conference in the Brazilian
Embassy, Cafe Filho said his visit
to Scandinavia had been a very

short one, but he fully appreci-
ated the need Brazil has for

specialized technicians from Scan-

dinavian countries and algo, the
necessity fer Scandinavian
machines, He stressed that he

was unable to sign any contracts
for the eventual acquisition of
this material for Brazil’ since his
trip was not an official one.
Referring to the question of the

a Se ees eeestesessSSSSSngSp SISSON ene en en





The reaction was instantaneous.

Within a couple of hours of
receiving the appeal a telegram
was on its way from the Mayors
of Fowey agreeing to start a fund.
The telegram also requested one
thousand copies of a handbill
announcing the launching of the
appeal,

Within two days those handbills
could have been in Fowey by post
but that was not good enough for
this little Cornish community

A taxi ordered to call at

e We India Committee office

London and pick up bills to
take them to Paddington Station,
There they were put on & train
end collected at Fowevy

Within 24 hou they had beer

second was petering out as it ap- with low cost consumer goods in abundance, and freedom today to relax the exchange re- : ow Mayor of Kingston, the need mu intel ities ' series

-andinav r r the ={ pros i ’ es sure today ? Whatever it is Mayor Ingston, ind responsibly deal with a series
Scandinavian request for the ex-| proached Iceland, from fear. They believe this because they see no other #trictions_ among = 50 =member send to either of the Banks be tremendous and urgent of provocative incidents, Other-
tension of the air service through| The Weather Bureau reported a ss : hations. the offi { this News- “Barbadians from every wall tie. the Usiled Nationa: Tdeeek
Brazil to Chile, he said having] at 3 a.m. that a more severe hurri- major threat of war among the nations than from Soviet IN CAPRI—King Farouk of } oF A See f lif . preciate and respect an tide will ofuitely: bear the full

roy a7) . 5 . EE _— paper. oO e apprecis b & espe at nde ay “ar
been away from Brazil for the cane was about 400 miles south- expansionism. sets teypt and his wife Queen Narri- ik willbe acknowledseds will not cast aside lightly an ur- reyponsibility af all consequence
last two months he did not follow] southeast of Newfoundland, mov- Visions of change of heart in y ° man arrived in Capri Tuesday en t prey. ack, 9.00629 |) gent plea for assistance, - © yresulting iim pROCTAStiNG
very closely the subjeet, but he]ing at about 28 miles an hour,| Russia have flitted through the U.S. IN ries Mavvt. Fs ar- ae ate Go, Lea, es Pt { el , obstruction negotia-
oso g ‘ . . route to Bay pt. arouk and Na ; Churehwarden of the Parish of }tion and st of neg

‘rom iopunrtininase Seotanae a Oe ean tase ade ai nope Fe ch aE Rent eee: j . r ~ riman will spend a few days in Yeahs. Per on Ba 1 300 St. Michael has received this ap- [tions and of the breaking up
the Brazilian Go were in/extending 200 miles from the}as a result of Soviet talks about Drive Throu h Capri atare ending their honey-| jak Seen 3,00 St. Michael has , apr eine fee
no way definite and could be re-| centre. _ | “real peace,” “a truce in Korea,” 8 Dp tri , 5 M.D. soo 6§ (peal. He has established a cen- Confe e Site
considered,” The report said the hurricane is|and “feelings of sincere friend- ° moon trip. ' B'dos Conerete Work 100 tre at Queen's Park House for re onterence Site 5 ;

Talking of France, the Brazil-|the fifth this =, and is likely to] ship of the peoples of the Soviet Red Lines i Acting Superintendent oo | (ceiving wearing apparel for men A Oe we Gavrnent he Maso
ian Vice President said France} Gurve east-north-east at an in-]|Union toward the peoples of the Pp ° } , reg do oie |women and children and canned {Proposal to change the ec (
increased her i:dustrial produc-| creasing rate of speed, but slowly} whole world.” This last, was in (By ROBERT VERMILLION ) apagos Party Mr & Mie A a Pear ab 00 =| | foodstuff The centre is open] site was an effort ta take attention
tion by 40 per cent. compared Will decrease its intensity during}a letter which Nicola Shvernik, EIGHTH ARMY H.Q., ated e | F. D. B 5.00 | ltrom 7.30 a.m. to §.00 p.m. You | from neutrality . violation ne
with prewar years. the next 24 hours. The Weather | President of the Soviet Presidium, Sept. 1! Still Leading Anon BS: are peked to send or bring vour | broadcast ps : ‘elping nay Ras

—U.P. | Bureau advised caution, but said}sent to President Truman. United States marines, backed ; gifts as early as possible, Time niet “did re z t a ae
damage is not expected because} Sceptical of Red Sincerity '|by booming artillery and morta: ATHENS, Sept. 11. | Total $9,057.39 [lis a great factor, Many have} ons ee ee ae damand
the ships had receiyed ample ; : mr : tall K negotiations, “then their den
Caan z = singin wha But, despite their hope that re- barrage, drove forward through The Royalist Greek Ral y already lost their lives Can we | for transferring the -conferen«

R is : L P roti The WF mil hotrizone the sixth lations would improve, officials|Red lines in the deepest thrust]of Field Marshal Alexander Papa = leer somethin to those in dire| site only serves to Avove Wiey. a
ussia Lost restige of the year, decreased to severe} Mave been extremely sceptical {into North Korea by United States] gos continued to lead Tuesday o, 8 Pl need before it is too Jate? Thelereating a pretext for breakine
= . Skit as - about Communist sincerity in this| ground forces this year. with just a few precincts and We si 7 ate ' thatere
storm proportions as it moved }@ ioAd tate Sack : The. Fir ee ae ; : an anal Britain ans organisers know you wi off negotiations if incert
At Peace Treaty north-eastward at about 40 miles | Peace talk. In the first place, The First Marine Division was|military votes missing in Greece's) the: ‘United Nations weGiecdenl
hourly toward Iceland they are convinced that the Krem-| known to be on the Eastern Front, | Parliament's election. Ti A 2 l Broadcast ‘in a responsible manner” wit)
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. ' f —v.Pp.,lin regime survives on tension|but Army censorship would not] There was uncertainty whether Long erm iif the alléged neutrality ~ violation

Kenneth Younger, British Min- \and fear—it could not suppress}permit identification of the point] the military hero would win ma- ‘i Apart from this broadcast, Rev the statement nia _UP.
ister of State, said Russia lost its own impoverished millions |of attack. jority control of Parliament be-| For Jamaica Pemberton will be giving a broad
prestige in the Far East at the ‘ IRE ;much less its discontented satellites] By Tuesday evening the leath-]cause of the late spurt by the| cast on Friday night at 8.10 rE ' D
Japanese Peace Treaty Conference TANKER AF. a! j without frightening them intojernecks had gained their initial third place Liberal Party of| From Our Own Correspondent The Churenwarden has cablec U.K. $ I roblem
in Gan Feoneionn. he oe. Oe PROVED A HOAX on eesti apsiite. Ot) objective aie Sophocles Venizelo (C.P.) | LONDON, Sep. 11 jthe Mayor of Kingston requesting Di l
Russians did not put up as good : ’ , | Plans for long term aid for that photograps of the damage USCUSSEA
a show as we expected and they MIAMI, Sept. 11. Ample Deeds of Peace Jamaica are under discussion in done by the Hurricane be forward
did not take advantage of tha) ‘The coast guard said to-day that In the second place the Soviet [ # + f | White Hall and it is certain that eq to him as soon as possible for | WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.
situation to run on the coherentithe S.O.S. picked up saying that} record is now so bad, that even ° m ans rh epe CLE | more help will be given by Gov- publication, These photographs arc Top British officials discusse
line of the appeal to Asiatics. ihe Gulf Oil Company tanker was| with genuine deeds on their part ernment. expected to arrive shortly with Secretary of State Dean

eR ; Ache Tuesday their fears t)

“It did not strengthen her pres-] afire proved a hoax. The coast|instead of mere words, on behalf In addition to financial help, it Added to the list of people who|Acheson Tuesday their fears th:
tige in the Far East.” Younger,/ guard and navy spent three vain|of peace,, some officials think it or es ermany is planned to send food supplie®! jaye consented to receive parcels | Britain's dollar shortage may in
who headed the British delegation} hours = = by A Ba sea hind oe be a re peters cuh- | when the food shortage is most! With a view to forwarding them Ff ne oopremution 5 > the re-
until the arrival of Foreign Sec-}the S, Gulfray, a 1 -ton tanker | fidence in Communist co-operation | severely felt in a few months.| Qieen's Park House are: Dean] #â„¢mamel t world,
retary Herbert Morrison, left New] reported in distress off Key mt ongld ‘. restored so i In Return For Troops ahark Mana, dabalenles te eciaten id, “Clovely", Eighth Ave Be ea, St se og Noraent
York for London.—U.P. wet ae ag ahah teas ask A Sa ae aga 9 ancial Secretary, is having dis-' 1116 Belleville; Mrs. Olga Sym-! cxnected development in the serie

Francisco treaty to restore peace A . \ with _ the , I t
in eastern Asia would have been For European rmy peer A oa a , monds, Bank Hall; Mr B. Cro"- of talks leading up td Wednesday
fa taeda 'eenatl ie Colonial Office, Treasury andy) , ‘ fouse, Bay!formal conference of Big Three
at leas small s -0-opera- : : ee s by, Bethel Mission Hou forma ifer g
. tion on Hussia’s part, oMcials said - BRIGG ether Government departments | ofroet and Mrs. H. B. G. Marshall, | Western Foreign Ministers
1 : Ssia's part, officials sald, (By JOSEPH W. GRIGG) about the best form of aid | : ; “ : } UP.
oO W n 18s men But, instead, the Kremlin chose | : FRANKFURT Sept 11 it je undemitond there may b Iron Barracks, Garrison
wae san deduced ty coacte THE UNITED STATES has prepared a ‘detailed plan | a long term loan “ of mone mW | . T » ‘] 1 T a]
e 9 50 nee, for giving Western Germany virtually complete independ-} nd an are ions of goods an I R L) MAN DE |: uN Ds
> icials sz at even ; e : Riek d ; raw me ; -
Are He ping ca is vs feelers ence in the near future in return for the German a | The grant of £250,000 alrea |
them of Soviet sincerity, unless it taking to furnish troops for a European Defence Army,| sade to meet damage caused b a ey vis (oy toe
was followed by other ample deeds responsible United States sources said. b eeniee ae oh ri id,” ae k D I (RAL bb L DG ;
of peace. They fear that the truce The United States plan will beyment as seen from here were | Cabinet as first atc | é
(From Our Own Correspondent) would only mean a lull before |}presented to Great Britain and! 1. It was reported that the| Mr. Newton expects to repor‘|
LONDON, Sept. 1. aggression elsewhere Franee ‘at the Washington Big| British and French ype mae i jback to Jamaica in about ten) WASHINGTON, Sept. 11
Y s fe Tihe Secretary of State, Dean |Three talks. The United States is]tated about giving Western Ger- | Gays RES WNT TRUMAN to-day defended the Federa
FROM ie CASTLE in the Nort of mnalens to Acheson, said recently that Uni- Janxious to put the programme inte | many as eh indapensenge = m ee : aa . ot “41 a ss Aas ais eae chat aka
Fowey in the South, money and goods are now being “ted States was striving to reach Jeffect in as short a time as possi*|the United States were ready to} sudpet avainst the e¢ sm of “ignora i é é
4 eS : i a situati i Russia. in which , ose “5 Si d]| concede. | * said : “The butterfly statistics” of his critics would not
amaica’s Hurricane Relief Fund. a situation with Russia, in which ble, these sources said and Unite heed ; , |e sal

ee ee qhpeicns of facts distributed around the town. the normal way to settle things |States Secretary of State Dean us The Sharh. Siew among! . Held I or Murder “stand up under honest analysis

this may not meen much to the). But even that was not enough. iat " a cain iation, for ferate’ tie teeeal: io nee. eloteall ere oa apled sith A The President spoke at the dedication of a huge
2s aicane i of its own|gotiate an n a so on, for erate e appea » 8 eciy | a lé Up , / - ‘ " . , : - oak
Giaie hamen hay eeeee thee Tews ae then tlay its sec-] which all the parties. concerned Jagreement on the German rearma- | strong political pressure on? han- And rson $25,000,000 weneral accounting office building Trumar
the full Pacnoe pod gecos g sey re broke] ond taxi arrived at the West India] could reverence, though it would }|ment he made in recent personal eellor Konrad lara a try o NEW YORK, Sept. 16 aimed his remarks at “economy advocates” who claim that

a Hes fo . ; d took ihemjnot be the ideal for any of them. {messages to British Foreign Secre-| get still better political and econo } NE Fay Spt. ? aH wag at al} kruntay
over the island last month, _ Committee Office an —ULv tary Herbert Morrison and French | mic terms by stalling on the arms! Three men were charged wit we are spending our way into national ban cruptey
onene 3 bauer od Mpg bs Se, aki the { Foreign Minister Robert Schuman. | question. bi homicide and arson Tuesday ate He said “this alarming thou he vont stand up under honest analy
story may do som Cc es 8 00 o ¢ % fence Plan “Acceptable” i city detective died in a $1,000 has some currency in certain cir si i
fort them until help actually amount already collected ay Palestine Peace The ene 5 to Responsible United State off 00, explosion and fire les and it is ured to frighten Urging that expenditures
arrive but it is a story typical] Fowey. Amounts ranging from ; top United States officials here] cials here said the United Stat One of those arrested wa voters, particularly as visions of} be cut lo the point where
of hundreds. one shilling upwards have been ray fan Hien 4a , ag 4 ; 4 restore se much 801 lothing manufacturer alleged| slections dance through the heads |lose more gin” the Président sa

: Pr ag ; I Ik P . d would even like to get the signa-| plan would restore se i 5 Oa a ; F ;

Last week from the Hurricane coming in steadily for the last two a S oslpone ture by the end of October of |ereignty to Western Germany that eeking to collect insurance of gentleman who are politic ys I don vant bo z st es nor +
Relief Centre in London anjor three days. The total may not agreements restoring near sover-|it should prove “highly accepta-| The detective died as he pur inclined. proves being too. stingy 0. DUS
appeal was sent forth to Lacs be known for a week. : ter en PARIS, Sept. nM _ feignty to Western Germany and | ble” to Adenauer and his Govern-|sued the trail of an arson plo oa mt, ones aie ee se ' trong, one ugh rope to tie hi
Mayors, Mayors, Lord Provosts} But while this spirit prevails alestine peace talks were fur-| setting down on paper the contri-|ment. They were confident that] that backfired last night into a ei Bets ss : aoa
and Provosts of every city and] Jamaicans will realisethey are|ther postponed Tuesday night as] bution she would make to Western | despite continued fierce opposition|inferno which wrecked a nin/ | stronger economically than it eve
town in Great Britain calling for] not alone. Arab-Israeli bickering dashed} defence. However they admitted |of Kurt Schumacher and his Se-|storey building. One of the alleg-| has er before tka Se t : Will P ‘
help for Jamaica. a hopes of a_ settlement emerging na is little a 1 likelihood of |cialists, Adenauer would be able]ediy arsonists was taken to hos- He added tha non-defence ex ‘ nute I ass
1elp » United Nz ; : i there is little actua . J k Sa eLIME', ae CRMMLARAIE - fiand

One such appeal was sent to Fi W T wane Har th gue ations sponsorec getting such speedy action 16 get it ae roved by the West | pital in a eritical condition witt paadinuts MIN nes ee ae Ps ai 2 ‘.

5 i ante . eve » e ; - rmié ame . burns J at “ ;
the little Cornish town of Fowey irst oman oO The Palestine Conciliation Com- The chief obstacles at the mo- German u U.P. A, Dai saath atlite how Ghia Military Bil!

PoP AS ater issi 2ad y Ely Palmer o e level they actually de- : ets tll
° mission headed by Ely Palmer of in price leve ’ vetu WASHINGTON. Sept. 11
Instantaneous Swim From the United States met this after- clined.” AS ITON, Set

was





A ee

will be expelled from the.
accepts Iran’s terms for|
oil nationalization. :

} The note was dispatched to the

Iranian Embassy in Washington,!
to be handed to W. Averell Har-|
riman, President Truman’s special |
assistant who acted as an inter-
mediary in the oil talks which
broke down last month.

Harriman was asked to hand
the ultimatum to the British.
British and United States’ sources
here, said that it was considered
“very unlikely” that after handing
the note over to Britain, Harriman
would agree to serve again as
mediator.

The ultimatum restated Iran’s!
“last chance” terms, all of which
have proved unacceptable to the
British in the month’s long nego-
tiations.

Opposed

Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
fired off the ultimatum, without
obtaining Parliament’s approval.
He steam-rollered a vote of confi-
dence in the Senate last week,
but twice failed to obtain a
quorum for a vote in the Majlis
— the Lower House. The Depu-
ties, Opposed to the ultimatum,
boycotted both sessions.

The Shah who is returning to
the capital tonight, from a vaca-
tion on the Caspian Sea, was
understood to be irritated at some
of Mossadegh’s recent statements.
His Court Minister, Hussein Ala,
published a denunciation of Mos-
sadegh for saying that the Court
was infiltrated with “British
agents.” —U.P.





Hurricane’s Force

Decreases

WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.
One of the two Atlantic hurri-
canes moved towards New York-
European shipping lanes, but the







England To Frarice

SANGATE, France Sept. 11
North American Florence Chad-
wick overcame pea soup fog to}
become the first woman in his-
tory to swim the English Channel



j
j

from England to France.

Miss Chadwick's crossing took |
16 hours and 20 minutes. This
failed to equal the other record
Chadwick sought—the England to}
France record of 15 hours and
30 minutes held .by Britain to



Tom Blower who himself was
somewhere in the Channel today]
trying to swim it both ways non-
stop

- UP.







U.N. Command Admit |
Bombing Of Kaesong

TOKYO, Sept. 11,

HE United Nations Command admitted that a United Na-
tions pilot bombed-strafed Kaesong by accident on the
’

night of September 1.
group, the statement said.
The admission came after

The pilot belongs to the third bomber

: a long series of flat rejections i
of Communist allegations that United Nations forces attacked
Kaesong. The first reaction here was that the admission might

alter tie entire situation. Ridgway had suggested that the truce

talks which the Reds broke off

on July 23 on allegation that |
{

U.N. Forces violated Kaesong’s neutrality should be moved

to a new site.

rejected this proposal and kept

In official stdtements broadcasts by Red radio's Communists

insisting that their complaints

be justified. The latest Red statement wus made by the Com-

munist ceasefire delegation, It

called Ridgway’s proposal “a }

new trick” and demanded that he admit the responsibility for

the alleged neutrality breaches

The United Nations Command announced to-night that the
United Nations border lot bombed the Truce Conference City

of Kaesong on September 1 as

The pilot of the third bomb group attacked the city which
had been declared a neutral zone for the purpose of the Armis-
> statement said.

tice Conference by accident, the

Communists had charged

“The United Nations Command regrets this violation of the

agreed neutrality which resulted from the pilot’s error in navi- |} ment of the silk industry through

i it the world

gation,” the statement said.

“Appropriate disciplinary action is being initiated, t is
noted that investigation is being conducted by the liaison officers

who established as a fact that
attack.”



no damage resulted from the
U.P



‘Golden Age’ Will Come

Nearer With Real Peace)!"

OBSERVERS THINK

(By CARROLL

KENWORTHY)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.

RUSSIA’S BEHAVIOUR at San Francisco dashed what
little hope United States officials had lately for truly peace-
ful relations with the Soviet Union in the near future.

North Americans generally think that real peace with
Russia would bring the world near to the “Golden Age”.



noon and ot the end of the session
said it still was net known whether
conference to end the Palestine
“war” would begin Wednesday.
—U.P





TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise 5.50 a.m.
Sunset; 6.04 p.m.
Moon: Firsi Quarter
Lighting 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 12.40 a.m.,
1.56 p.m.

Low Tide: 7.48 a.m.,
7.57 p.m.











| Suates
| United States aircraft carriers will

' mony

j lican Senator

12, 1951

|
|
|
'
I

From All Quarters: |





|
|

Carriers |
Will Have |

Atomic Bombs |

—~MC CORMICK

NEW YORK, Sept. 11
Admiral Lynde D. McCormick,
Commander-in-Chief of the United
Atlantic Fleet, believes all

bombs”
carrying

be “equipped with atomic
ind. planes capable of
m

: ‘
estioned by newsmen at Nor-
virginia Meadquarters, after
yesterday's recommissioning cere-
here of aircraft carriers,
MeCormick said: “The size of th«
htomic bomb has been reduced and
its availability increased.”

SILK CONGRESS .—The Third
International Silk Congress oper
ed here in London with some 30(
delegates from 16 nations includ
ing Japan in attendance

A. G. Bottomley, Secretary of
Overseas Trade for Britain, urged
the delegates to strive for inter-
national working agreements
which would serve for the better-



“FRAUD” CHARGES Reput
Wayne Morse ce-
manded a Senate investigation oi
icharges that two Chinese Nation
alist officers have been recalled
‘from Washington because they
{ tried to expose “fraud and cor-
truption” in a firm which buys
, United States arms for Chiang Ka
Shek. He said the inquiry should
officers should

or sent back to Formosa where
rs fear they will be execute:

MID EAST DISCUSSED |
Exyptian Ambassador Mohamed;
Kamil Bey Abdul Rahim spent 45

SE

minutes Tuesday with Asfstant
Secretary of State George C
McGhee reviewing the Wester:

Biy Three Foreign Ministers’ dis-
cussions of Middle East problem

RELAXATION The Inter-
national Monetary Fund proposed

——————_















On Socia





Dr. Thomson Reports

i Diseases





Dr. G. M. Thomson, Adviser onfin Barbadc he wa
Sccial Diseases to the West|the Hastings Hotel
| tine Governments with head He said that during hi tour
‘quarters at the Caribbean Med-|he was privileged Y
|ical Centre, Trinidad, returned |short visit to Haiti th
| home last night by B.W.1.A. after |ccurtesy of the Hait rm
|making a brief report to Dr.|ment, to observe the operatio
| J. W. P. Harkness, Medical Ad-|there of the World Health ©
viser to the Comptroller for! ganisation cz a1 f the
Development and Welfare on the! eradicaticn of Yaw
condition found during his | et aa
recent visit to British Hondura Emigrants’ Care

In Belize, there is now a clini

Antigua and Befize. functioning twice weekly for tl

During Dr. Thomson’s few day

@ On Pare 2









ITALIA







PRICE :

PIVE CENTS



MANOEUVRES



Appeal For Help
For Jamaica Meets

With Good Response

DESPITE THE RAIN yesterday many more parcels o1
clothing and hardware for the Jamaica Hurricane Relic!
were received at Queen’s Park House. Parcels are already
stored away in a room in the Park House by Y.M.C.A

Scouts.



The Committee organising the
Relief sent out the following
i appeal over Rediffusion — last
Advocate Jamaica night Tonight we wish to aga
: call your attention to the ver
Relief Fund urgent need for clothing ho
Another determined effort etc. to relieve ou ufferi
is required if the fund is to brethren in Jamaica, After reac
reach the $10,000 mark in ing accounts from Jamaica he

on the night of Friday, August 1%
Kingston and a large portion of th
south eastern part of the islan
was slashed and hammered
tween the hours of 9.30 p.m. an
5.30 am. by a hurricane of gre:
intensity leaving thousands home
We are absolutely convin

that an appeal coming from a re
sponsible citizen of Jamaica, th

and it moved only slowly

away from yesterday's total.
HAVE YOU SEEN
YOUR DONATION
ACKNOWLEDGED?

if you

perhaps

sent it in.



less,

not seen it,
not yet

have
you have

Why not make







the next few days.
Many donations did not
reach the fund yesterday













King George To Return
To Buckingham Palace

Butterfly Statistics
he said, i
statistic

This
butterfly

o meaningle









: ~~ 4 1 they eo to have me
LONDON, Sept shat they seem to he ;
e VI will return fre pluck right out of the i !
: are a} rfiv net o the effect t
indergo further treat-|4 Dutleriy ne to the ¢ t
ment hi lung condition at | men-defenc pendir increas
Bucl cae i ae \ t ror 100 eent te
2uckinghar 2alace, it was an-|4nywher am i
a ngham_ FP - Pah nencent ‘between 1040 and
unced or , y
i" : 1 1950
Although federa





The “ADVOCATE” caesar nurcoees. had
pays for NEWS fe aR cpg ge Feng
| Dial 3113 a en of ee eto el
Day or Night



lid
olid




ignorance

ulated on thi



it is done in some





} gomery

realistic
the Italian Alpine Forces and
the Artillery and watches pro-
gress with the aid of a field
telescope at Pian del Mentasio.

°
Ridgway

1 refutation of

Ficld Marshall Viscount Mont-
attended the recent
manoeuvres between



Awails
Red Reply

By PHIL NEWSOM
TOKYO, Sept: 11

Ridgway is still watling for an
vflicial Red reply to his note as it
nust come from Red Comm lers
North Korean Premie
Kim li Sung and Chinese General
Teh Huai \
which Peiping Radio
ssued by a Red ceasefire dele
ion in Kaesong declared: ‘“Nego-
jations can pkoceed on an equal
and normal basis in order to reach
reasonable armistice
the . United
side change their
unreasonable atti-
attempt to



statement
said was

Peng

ya-



1 just and
igreement only if
Nations Forces
irrogant and
ude, abandoning their
and — sincerely

livert attention









Joseph C. O'Mahoney predicted
the Senate will pass the $61,103.-
856,030 Military Appropriation Bill
with no substantial cuts








Senate leaders drove to cor
ictior 0 the measure ore
nightfall O'Mahoney its floor

anager, t ters there 1
but he w
i go throug

ld repor



'
|be some ma

| confident the bil
iin abe

i an











€ re ht to the floor
Econp idvé ere
i fignt
| noney bill in t
{t ime history Dem-
ocri Pat H. Dougl
|who broke down in the dramati
scene on the Senate floar yester
while leading the t for
ba has re rere —e









4




PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

A PRINCESS COMES

D" VAUGHN WELLS who
came up to Barbados on a
short Visit to see his mother, Mrs.
Mavie ‘Dear of Homede, the Gar-
fison, returned to St. Lucia ye
terday' by B.W.1.A.,to resume hi
duties Government Medical
Officer’
Business and Pleasure
T present in Barbados until the
end of the month is Mr. Ver-

a



non Knox, Director of Trinidad
Jewellery..and Loan. He is com-
bining business with a short holi-
day and is staying at Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bye Dee Lima’s home at Max-
well.

With Cable & Wirelzss

R; & MRS. AUSTIN BELMAR

of” “Winona, Maxwell, are

now tn Trinidad on holiday, Mr

Belmar is- with the local branch

ot Méssrs Cable and Wireless Ltd.
Civil Engineering

M* RONALD SMITH, son of

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Smith

ef Grenada, arrived here yester-

day morning by B.W.LA. and will

be remaining until Saturday when

he leaves by TCA for Canada, He



is studying Civil Engineering at
the Nova Scotia Technical Col-
lege, Halifax.

Ronald who had been spending
a holiday with his parents in
Grenada, has one more year to
complete his five-year course in
Canada. During his few days
here, he will be staying with Mrs.
L. Weatherhead of Upper Bay
Street.

He was at one time attached to
Cable & Wireless (West Indies)
Lid W trained their

and
school in Barbado

For Tourism Talks
M* M. E. COX, M.C.P., the

House Member in charge of
Tradé and Commerce on the Exe-
cutive Committee, has been
lected to attend as an observer,
the Third Annual General Meet-
ing -of the Caribbean Interim
Tourisn Committee, which is
scheduled to take place in Ciu-
dad ‘Prujillo, Dominican Republic,
from September 17—21

Mr. Cox is expected

Barbados on Friday next.
On Special Mission
UE to arrive in Barbados by
B.W.I.A. today from Brit-
ish Guiana is the Chief Inspector
of the British Guiana S.P.C.A. He
is off a special training mission in
erder to give our Inspectors the
benetit of his twenty-three years’
experience,
Back to Trinidad
MONG the passengers return-
ing to Trinidad on Monday
evening by B.W.LA. were Mr.
Frank Nothnagel and Mr. Vincent
Pereira. They were here for about
five days staying at the Barbadus
Aquatic Club.

Mr. Nothnagel- Bottlers Ltd. in Barbados and
Trinidad while Mr. Pereira is
Secreiary of the Trinidad branch

After Six “Veeks
FTER six weeks’ holiday in
Barbados, Mrs. Peter Dew-
hurst of Dominica, returned home
last week by B.G. Airways. She
was staying with Mrs. Robert

Yearwood of My Lord’s Hill.

at



to leave





TV N order to ensure that not even

the-mest secret back-water shall
be deprived of its share of the
universal stink and din, outboard
motors are to be fitted to punts.

Since the whole idea of punting
is a’ quiet and leisurely progress,
obviously 4t is time to modernise
it. But there are still corners of
gardens which are abominably
peaceful,...I. suggest that every
ceck-chaif and hammock should
be put on wheels and provided
with a small outboard motor and
a radio set.

The Hidden

Rhinoceros (V1)

OR the first time in her life
Magda Von ‘¥*kening was
t:eated like a jolly good sort
the champagne began to
Tussleworth became more confi-
dential. Secrets of the County
Championship were revealed with

work,

veckless abandon, Now and then
he would say: “Wish you could
meet. Polbury; marvellous extra
covet,” or “You'd love Cliff—
what an off-drive!” After; the
meal Magda lay back in an arm-
chair and read Rimbaud, while
her guest discussed the current
season's averages. In the middie

ot a-poem she heard a wild cry
“Yes! No! Yes! By Jove, he’s
held it! Phew! It was touch and
go. And that’s how Glamorgan
won,” “Bravo, Gla-mour-gan,”
said’ Magda tonelessly, Then she
put the book down. “Does the name

Driftwood Dawkins convey any-
thing to ve she asked. “What’
he play 7? ? asked Tussleworth



“He’s a secret agent,” said Magda
“He's t ying to sell an English
Sausage.” Tussleworth stopped



WNyion srockincs
a ALL OCCASIONS



Keystone’ 15 Denier
’ Aristoe 30

Morley 30 *

Charnes 30

Fully Fashion

a T. R. EVANS

DIAI. 4606
a

THE ADVENTURE:

As, What

Princess Najiah in London
’

Saturday’s Wedding

N SATURDAY evening last at
Providence Methodist Church,

Mr Carl E. Neblett, . Civil
Servant, attached ta the Har-
bour and Shipping Depart-
ment, was married to Miss

Katherine Margaret Hinds, daugh-
ter of the late Mr. Cecil Hinds,
City Dentist and Mrs. Hinds of
Deacons Road,

The bride was given in
riage by her cousin, Mr.
Hinds and was attended by two
bridesmaids, the Misses Grieg
Haynes and Margaret Atherley.

The ceremony which was fully
choral with Mr. Bentley Callen-
der at the organ, was conducted
by Rev. Bernard Crosby, Super
intendent Minister of Bethel. The
duties of bestman were perform-
ed by Mr. Conrad Long.

A reception was held at “Arin-
dale”, St. Lawrence and the honey-
moon is being spent at Bathsheba

Off to Trinidad
ISS CAROLINE PERKINS of
the Office Staff of Messrs
Hutchinson & Co., Lid, left
the week-end by B.W.LA.
Trinidad for a holiday. She
to be away for three

mar-
Arthur

G. W.
over
for

expects
weeks.





=

grinning, “Some firm roping in tl

Secret Service the
drive, I suppose,”
means unwilling to show
took an interest in the

situation, “This sausage is deadly
poison,” said Magda. ‘‘Aren’t the

all?” replied the cricketer jauntily,
“Are they?” responded the hostes
seriously, glancing over her shoul-
der to where a recording machine
was hidden in the wall.

for

that h

Lovelier Gas Containers

T must have been a proud day

for the Royal Fine Art Com-
mission when an Oxfordshire
town approached that body with
a humble request that the town’s
ges-container might be beautified.
advice was given? Were





By waving nis hands and calling





them, Rupert succeeds in
keeping the :nquisitive tle people
mway from the precious flying
He is wondering how

Bhs m away wren

‘ him '





e I a Fine Art Commissioner, thatch
expo t would have been suggested, with
he said, by no lattice windows, a lych-gate smoth-

economic



BARBADCS ADVOCATE

DINNER SUIT
FOR THEATRE

Hazel Scott
*At London
Palladium

TO LONDON

LONDON
_ Trinidad-born pianist Hazel
Scott has arrived in London with
her husband and young sen te
begin a tour of British theatres,!

| opening at the London Palladium/|
| Britain’s leading variety theatre
|Her husband, Mr. Adam Powell,
the first coloured member of
| the U.S. Congress and a leadirg

champion of the rights of coloured
jreople. He is attending the World
| Parliamentary Conference in
| London,

At the Palladium, where the
j best international variety acts

| have appeared since the war and



|where many famous American
ars, including Danny Kaye,
ve topped the bill, Miss Scott



jshares the top-of-the-bill position

|with three other famous acis.
Gypsy Rose Lee, the America
31r,p-tease artiste, Ted hey

| Eritain’s leading radio ccmedian
jund the Compagnons de la
| Chanson, a French harmony team,
}are on the bill with her. |
1

|





| ®ppeared
} musical films.

|
|

—B.U.P.

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951







11.15 am Programme Parade, 11 25
am Listeners’ Choice, 1145 am
., |Statement of Account, 12 00 noon The
LOE-EYED Frincess Najiah |News, 1210 pm. News Analysis.
Ullah of Afghanistan has | #06 5 pm, — 19.76 m
come to London to learn about| 400 pm. The News, 410 p m_ Inter
the British way of life. lude, 4.15 pm. Star Time, 430 p.m
She is the youngest daughter| Educating Archie, 5 00 p m, Composer
; ‘ - F lof the Week, 515 pm Theatre Pro
of ex-King Amanullah of Afghan- gramme, 600 pm Kay on the Key
istan. 615 pm _ Ulster Magazine, 6 7 B â„¢m
: i . Programme Parade, 6 55 pm Today's
‘ Exam in October | Sport
The 21-year-old princess iS|7.00—10.45 p.m, — 25.63 m., 31 32 m

| oo ainidetaenepathatelaaiaeaetintliepennthensdisteniapeedarseiiaan

700 pm The News, 710 pm News
Analysis, 715 pm _ Calling The West
Indies, 745 p.m These Lovely People,
800 pm Radio Newsreel, 615 pm
Serious Argument, 8 45 pm _ Interlude,

staying with a friend, Mrs. Hunt,
ir, Victoria. She hopes to gradu-
ate from Rome University, where
she is studying modern literature,
in October.








855 pm From The Editorials, 9 00 p.m, /ers
She wants to be a_ concert|tTwo Silver Bowls, 9.25 pm Interlude
pianist. This would enable her ~ pom Kay Ne ne eyes ee oa
ah 2 ig ili Statement o ecount, mm e
to travel, but she is willing to| Rae i010 p.m. Interlude, 10.8 p.m
take any job, if necessary. Crazy People, 10.45 p.m, Mid Week Talk. |
—L.E.S.
os C.B.C, PROGRAMME
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951
10.05 10.20 N 10.20—10.35 It's or
For a Month aes the map. 11.72 Mes., 25.60 M
ISS LORRAINE SHOREY, a
Barbadian who has been re-
siding in Trinidad for several
years, arrived on Sunday by ‘ ‘oe
B.W.LA, from Antigua after at- « ROSSWORD

tending the wedding of her broth-
er, Mr, Lennard Shorey and Miss
Gertrude Athill,

Miss Shorey who is over
for a month, is staying with her
relatives at Derricks, St. James.
Her brother, an old Harrisonian
is an Assistant Master at the
Antigua Grammar School.

here





| Across
The ego for a brief essay. (5)
Despatch. (4)
About mother in reverse red. (Â¥)
Some feathers may. (8)
12. Where to trade by the sea? (4)
14. Ebb-tide ? (4) 17. Outwards. (4)
iy Me wrote the Knymes Of & oOll-
ing Stone | (7)
21 epurel filer or manufactured ¢
(4)
Ruling family line of descent, (7)
Gave confidence. (7)
Down

oe in explosive surroundings

)

(

Now this cannot be found. (4)

Maybe a matter of letters. (4)

Here it is much changed. (6)

Nears the trap no doubt. (5)

One example always has it. (4)

The poets return. (4)

. Is in artist's dried grapes, (7)

- It returns with a Roman figure
(4) 13, Moss, (6) |

Transports yards, (5)

. Minus six, (3)

16 to the south east. (8)

Nothing upset the vet. (4)

Solution of vesterdav’s puzzle

Legisiate: 6, Armament: 10, Neat; it

12. Cit: Urwe: 15,
19 20, Guv:

: 24. Party
: 3. Smoulder:

COPEN

cae

ered in honey-suckle and a mas-

ive Asyrian figure symbolising
Ga Alternatively, why not ma-
chicolations, and a Gothic towe
rising from the middle of the roof?



See
Saar

1 —Across
Oasis
Tidings
22. Gest: ¢
1, Lantern
Learning
Attaip: &
18 Gust



You would hardly believe it
LL along the cliff-tops of
Kent watchers were yester-

day scanning the sea for the}

17,334 Russians who were said to}

have formed part of a queue of

Channel-swimmers at Gap Gris

Nez, There is apparently no law

against this form of mass infi!tra-|

Savs: 7. Maintain:
14, Ginger; 16, Spa:

A
2, Ms 4
Tied: ’

Kidneys Must



tion, but it is suggested that a 5
special corp of plain-clothes ean u dl §
aquatic police should patrol the

Your body cleans out excess Acids
and polsonous wastes tn your blood
thru 9 million tiny delicate Kidney
tubes or filters, If Poisons in the Kid-
neys or Bladder make yoursuffer from
Getting Up Nights, Nervousness, Leg
Pains, Circles Gnaer Eyes, Backache,
Aching Joints, Acidity, or Burning
passages, don't rely on ordinary medi-
cines, Fight such Poisons and troubles
with the doctor's prescription Ors
Cystex starts working in three hours,
must prove entirely satisfactory and
| be exactly the medicine you need or
money back is guaranteed. Ask your
| chemist for Cystex. (Sisstex) today

The Guar-
stex =":
protects

ys, Rheumatiom, Bladder you,



Channel during August.





—

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equal ease, became a star Over-|
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ewing versions of the classics. |
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Dinner suit in silk taffeta
and lace is designed for
theatre wear. The reversed
pouch line is balanced by a
forward set velvet cap which
has a short trail of ribbon at
the back.—L.E.

THE GIRLS
ARE BACK

THE OLD GIRLS of Hollywood
are having a new bloom on Broad-





way. Mae West is bringing back
Diamond Lil for the third time.
Olivia de Havilland is a hit in

Shaw’s “Candida,” and will go on
a national tour. And Ginger Rog-
is due to start rehearsals to-
morrow in a musical “Love and

{Let Love.”

PRINTS

OF LOCAL
PHOTOGRAPHS

appearing in
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TONIGHT
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Roddy Mec Dowall
“Trigger Man”
Johnny Mack Brown |

Last 2 Shows Today 445 & 8.40 p.m
James CAGNEY in - -

Kiss To-morrow Goodbye

Payton, Helena Carter
/ Ward Bond
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1951
———— ND
American Column . x
EMPIRE
21 Homes TO-DAY 445 & 8.30 | THIS IS YOUR
. THE PICTURE YOU,MUST SEE} 7
— NEXT BIG LAUGH
Ly y= COLUMBIA PICTURES ;
‘ presents HIT
NEW YORK @

The Henry Ford of housing, { 2 enum et
William Levitt, is going to start} x aa
building 21 homes a day on vacant! i 3 WHOOP-DE-\WOO! (ie x
farmland in Pennsylvania | The Loves and Times of Rudolph Valentino | i's THE i" wey

; FASTES'

When he is finished he will have] 4 ir! we AZ
built a town of 16,000 h ymes, | An EDWARD SMALL 5 LOVE APFAR! ah
complete with business distric..| Seduction = 5 f\
churches, schools, parks, an - : e e~ i \
playgrounds. ' € \

Levitt mass - produced Levit-| ,,.. “thy \ \
town, Long Island, a community | ds }
of 17,546 homes, at the «¢ | ny
of 16 ai day. His, averag.! “ae 5 %
selling price is 8,485 dollar} (

(£3,030). At Levit-town, Penn-| ; fe { Larry Barbara
gylvania, this will buy a house| ! Starting 4 +
with three bedrooms, garagé | : PARKS: HALE
wocdburning fireplace, radiat } FAN q a

} ;

ator, and clothes washer

There will be jobs near.

Down the road from the housing |

site the U.S. Steel Company 1
building a new 400 million dolla
mill. Up the road is Henry Kaiser’

factory, which is to turn out wings

for American-made British Can-
berra jet bombers.
HOW TO SUCCEED
NEW YORK’S MAYOR an
Mrs. Vincent Impellitteri ar
celebrating their 25th weddin
anniversary. He is the son of 4

shoemaker and she is the daughter
of a blacksmith. When y

a lawyer; she,
as a law secre-

and striving to be
42 dollars a week
tary. She says: “He married me
for my money.” Down through
the years kept on working
until he was elected mayor.
salary now: 40,000 dollars.

she

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AQUATIC CLUB CUNEMA (Members Only)

GAIETY
THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES

Today Tommorrow — 8.30 p.m

“BROADWAY”
Geotsge Raft and Pat O’Brien &
“BAD MEN of the BORDER"
Kirby Gre and Fuzzy Knight

and





SATURDAY l4th
“THE SINGING SHERIFF”
Bob Crosby and
“STAGECOACH BUCKARC
Johnny Mack Browr Fuzzy

MIDNITE

20”
Knigh




SUNDAY
A Criminal”

FRIDAY
“They Made

to
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William BOYD
Hopalong CASSIDY

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Yvonne De CARLO
Rog CAMERON

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in
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DANCED”
and
” “SIN TOWN”
Starging e

“DEVILS’ PLAYGROUND” Broderick Crawford, Constance
Moore

and -

THURSDAY Only 4.30 & 8.15
The Horror Double - - -
Dick Foran — Lon Chaney

“HOME OF THE BRAVE”

SS

OPENING FRI- 4.30 & 8.15 hainninee TOMB”
MUI s I
20th C-Fox Double and
“THE INVISIBLE MAN”
Ann BAXTER with

Dan DAILEY Claude RAINS



in OPENING FRI. at 4.30 & 8.15
Republic Smash Double
Gregory PECK
Jennifer JONES

“TICKET TO TOMAHAWK”

and in
“MY BLUE HEAVEN” “DUEL IN THE SUN”
and
Starring “PORTRAIT OF JENNIE”
Betty GRABLE re

Joseph COTTEN

Dan DAILEY Jennifer JONES

ROXY

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“JEWELS OF BRANDERBURG”
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MELODRAMA’ William PHILLIPS

Starring
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FRI. ONLY. .430& 815 oe
Brod. CRAWFORD “PYGMY ISLAND”
in
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Johnny WEISSMULLER
and as Jungle Jim
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GLOBE THEATRE

TODAY and TOMORROW — 4.45 and 8.15 p.m.
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WEDNESDAY,

SEPTEMBER

12, 1951



SUGAR POSITION IS UNC

WHO IS SHE?

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Tutor of UCWI

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Seawell -

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Fer Grenada
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For Venerutla
Eleanor Coles, William Coles, Maetr
— ; Glowing tribute was paid by j; anon Coles Mstr ‘Christopher Coles
SA YS BOOKER REPORT Mr. H. A. Vaughan to the work of © iro Betere. John Baynes, Joan
Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Resi- eS ee re ee Margot
t dent Tutor of the University Col- "Per Trinidad
LONDON, Sept 5. lege of the West Indies, at a func- Walter Faster, Vincent Perreira, Frank
THE PRESENT POSITION of the sugar market is tion held at Queen's College on Nothnagel, Vernon | McIntosh, | Roca
clouded and uncertain as a result of the conclusion of the Saturday night last. The occasion Sandra McIntosh, Harold Ferreira, Gloria
Anglo-Cuban Trade Agreement, says the directors’ report eng eee en Reunion of Fyrcetre. Segawa Saree a aaeee
of Booker Brothers, McConnell and Co., for the year ended the UCWL ural Association Of sin, Mstr. Donald Sims, Matr. John
¢ 5 eee Sims Jonale croft, Jean / croft, Ivy
Seoeee ates in tne presence of a. arge Wane HORNIMAN’S
“Commonwealth producers are most perturbed by the gathering including several under- |; Wis st. hill, ‘olaad’ Maxwell, Bert ;
lack of co-ordination between H.M. Government depart- seaebates of the University Col- wiiiams. Eileen Cato, Grace Evelyn os
ita ea baked ; >” 7s ©8e Who are now on holiday in the ARRIVALS By BWA

ments which has brought about this new uncertainty,” says island, Mr. Aubrey Deuslan-Bentte From ‘Trinidad : First tn Proterence the Werld Over

the report, just published in London. ras presented w : Wharton, B. Somara, K. Marcus, C Copr. 1950 Boruen | a i

Pie . 7 ; L : was presented with a handsome moxkenzie, |D. Armstrong, M. Arm-

I ¥ > are. > t i . } . a“ McKenz &

erturbed as we are, we must, Cuban pact, Mr. McConnell re wallet in appreciation of his ster- strong, D. Watts, F. Blackburn, Black
nevertheless, express our sincere marked: “The future of the Ca- a a " eee ees skbu fT Slosheaiin bo
appreciation of the help and un- nadian market is also causing us es ntribution to the cause ol eS. oe QOOOODO DS OSSIO DO FSOOD DODO OD SS SODI SO PV ISAS SPOOR,
derstanding which we can always much anxiety because currency 7 mn EeucApn in the Island. crores SS Vevans % %
be sure of receiving from the Col- control and other interference in a N short speech to the gather- oe ee AA SATE, ALES ‘ x
onial Office. The British West traditional Canada—West Indies ing, Mr. Vaughan offered an ex- Brunschwelle % $
Indian—and other colonial people trade relations are leading Can- cuse for the absence of Mis 8 *
~—are fortunate in the constructive ada to turn to non-Commonwealth = inor Nurse the President of the We ® $
Way in which this department ful- sources for her sugar “Association who was unfortunate- >
fils their most complex responsi- “It would be disastrous for the vy ill. He was sure that he ex- AT 31, HE FELT LIKE AN Why not let us supply you with $
= British West Indies, from much pressed the opinion of all the mem- a S

ne report covers Booker Bro- more than the sugar point of view bers when he assured Mr. Douglas- OLD MAN }
thers’ activities over an extensive were this tendency to bring about Smith “hat he had won a place in your requirements of nate 3
field in the British West Indies, permanent estrangement — es- the hearts of all Barbadians. He ® %
including rum and shipping inter- «rangement for which the British would not dwell at length on the ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS—AI] Sizes x
ests as well as the sugar indus- West Indies themselves could in difficulties the island had experi- * 7 S
try 5 It reports a net profit of no way be held responsible.” enced at first in finding a Resi-| BNAMEE, BAUCEPANS—All Sizes x
£435,453 in 1950 as against £277,- On January 1, 1951, the com- dent Tutor At length however , ~ ian y
eed 1949 and recommends a pany’s shipping and ailied inter- the University of Cambridge hac IRON SAUCEPANS—-All Sizes S
final dividend of 9} per cent. for ests were regrouped. Last year’s ; j = . , 1; sc q atin >
the year ; results were not affected by this areas — ae ee SUGAR CONTAINERS—-Plastic 3

Circulated to shareholders with regrouping said Mr McConnell but oF oe = any x T CON" S—Plast ‘ f
said Mr. } t *ngthene ; ee SAL I ORS astic
the report and accounts is the the group holds shares in Book- or ‘aed > oe He wae GALT CONTAINERS Plast g.
chairman’s statement by Mr. A. er Line Ltd. (formerly the Arakara ae on the expiry COFFEE CONTAINERS—Plastic x
F. V. McConnell, who praises the Steamship Co., Ltd.), Bookers of ts period, arrangements hod é
new tax policies of certain Col- Shipping and Trading Co., Ltd., onl been concluded as a result] found the remedy to restore TEA CONTAINERS—Plastic >
onial Governments and bitterly and Bookers Shipping Transport of which Mr. Douglas-Smith would ie a — SATICR ite x
attacks the tax policy of the U.K, and Wharves, Ltd. be remaining in the island for YOUTHFUL VIGOUR x ; BOWLS, PLATES, TEACUPS snd SAUCERS —Pinny s
Jovernme: . * 1g “ome .
Government Rum Consumption long time to come This young man was being x and many other items too numerous to mention x
Tax Relief United Rum Merchants, Ltd., a Admirable Qualities promacerdi? ene, ey seyeney 8 e >
Booker subsidiary, has another rouble. © tells in his letter

While substantial tax relief is eahia’ wage a. 1960 with eee : In the course of his work here pow Kruschen gave him baok his x 4

being granted in some Colonies ¢ inae 4 i Mr. Douglas-Smith had displayec ealth after weeks of pain :— @ Son na
~s S standing increase in sales on the x pias » nee P

to new industrial concerns, he U.K. Sakdcat 2 their orincinal the most admirable qualities, He “lt suffered for weeks, from f ay us a visit To a orrow @ ‘

points out, the benefit of this is brands. This increase was all the would not commit himself to de-| Kidney trouble and felt like an make your selection at... we g

being entirely nullified by the .° ene we a > : ciding whether these lalitie: old maa although I am only 31.

: , ) more encouraging, said Mr, Mc- 5 these qualities hac! Jf 7 stooped to do anything g
3ritish taxation system. The West Connell, because total rum con- been acquired since his arrival ir was aahke to stra’ Phten a %
a Committee, _he says, has sumption in the United Kingdom Barbados or whether he possesse¢ again. Several people advised TD x
submitted a memorandum calling declined during the year. them before. But in any event; me to try Kruschen Salts as th e
attention to this anomaly to the He referred to the big adver- Mr. Douglas-Smith had earned th had found them wonderful. x
Royal Commission on the Taxa- tising campaign which has right ¢ tise ee ie aa f ; tried them and found they gave . . . y
tion of Profits and Income. brought the brand names of Lem- th ' Wa eat Tha tee A bet in ctor, yar: Gat i xcep See ee eT

More recently, he continues, the , S C ) them. etter in every way, I shal ; »*§
ve Bm ’ on Hart rum and Lamb’s Navy ‘ The members of the Extra- | On With the datly dose use > 16 Swan Swan Stre Phon> 2109, 4406, and 3534 &
3ritish Government has conceiv- a erie aatntas mM wir, lay S ake a day’ 7 swan Swan Street NOT S28, : , x

rum well before the British' pub- j Mural Association felt that they | C2 2°w_d°0 my day's wor Py
ed the limitation of, dividends, jj¢ and added: “Returns from , 1e as nven e : ’ Socration felt that they | nos eel any the worse for it.” . <2
with the aim of protecting the satisfactory sales are being offset should — a appreciation ~ —8.V SLLAPLLLLLLPLLPLLLLLLLL LEAL LAL LLP LALLA LEON
standard of living in the United py sharply ri Seas sol ae a e a in tangible form, and had securec Unless the kidneys function |, weer EY
Kingdom, It seems most improb- tion dal Suutbducn We ce mea By A Scientist a gift, the monetary value of which roperly, certain acid wastes, ||} SSSSSSSs= en moee ce |
able, says Mr..McConnell, that it anxious to avoid raising the price was no adequate criterion of their | instead of being expelled, are ;
will have this or any other bene- to the c a oes feelings towards him. allowed to pollute the blood 7
ficial result { » the consumer and can only After centuries of attempts by artists to produce Mis ae oo a stream and produce troublesome 4
. “C re pA an hope that ‘further increased sales the world’s most beautiful face. a professor puts in Miss Gloria Cummins the Secre-} complaints—backache, rheumae ‘ ,

: dne ; result, however, that it will make this step unnecessary.” 4 claim for ott with, Usbes- sictilens annonce tary then made the presentation.| tism and exoessive fatigue, - = Ss ” {
a a ners; he oa Mr. McConnell concluded his jn his laboratory. , ; ' Mr. Douglas-Smith thanked the prosehen a one ¥ ‘porients, | f

Ss ravel) oO jeopardise he stateme: , oe . : oe at aan . i ts . . . ir very as: liuretics ney @ ents. -
waned cd Wein ot menton cake statement w ith this tribute to the The beautiful blonde does not exist, writes Chap- ae 7 D4 : Oy < seeus ‘| ‘The small datly dose keeps the D 7 A TME NT ;
onial peoples. It is difficult to j.. en ea! ot iaiees Saeee nee eineher cna ee a Was an- | icidneys and other internal organs | —A al }
fe ets Oe uae is the team of men and women The face is a composite made up by cleverly other occasion when he was over-| working smoothly and naturally,
par any ears effective way who operate our businesses and super-imposing phot arasthd of ten beauty queens and when whelmed by the generosity and] 80 that the blood stream Ff * 2 7 6 ;

4 as . a im s sses é s -imposing photogr: s e eauty queens $95, N A t Sity é _ 4 _
pd dong 2 vl "omnelal deveioee because hg know that they are So is the one of the smiling face she smiles. kindliness of Barbadians. He was tet eeeed a vigorous a TELEPHONE 4 127 ;

. 437) r ‘ good and bear the responsibility » slag t a ada 2. .
ment must still come—British pri- nd do ihe works allottes to them, Professor David Katz, the Swedish tn@ average man instinctivety aa- ene it _ made po Ask your nearest Chemist @ .
vate enterprise. G a . * nsychologis h ade » pice mires sible for Lim to continue his work ] prug Store for Krusohi

- we can face with confidence Psychologist who made the pic . the {sl Seacem 5 J & Store for en. 5

How can any company here whatever the future may have in tures, believes they are a perfect If this is true, it raises an in- 2” ‘3° island, because he had made A miscellany of titles from our extensive stock list
raise money for colonial develop- coo ~ ata ve ; 4 len’ Of the aie | eat ek teresting hol _ ‘ctia,.”t:t”~té‘éNAMY’ «Valuable friends here. He ‘ . saa or ahbans-aciels ; .
ment if this measure comes into store for. us. eae atuaiaeeaat: saruzionibe Is a ate a vi i hoped that the same cordial re- THE LAWS OF CRICKET A “must” for Umpires.

a ce : iy Penge ; i . s s e type of face the ce new > -extende , .N ‘ _ .
eae o ph gy Ang comeruas He also believes they have an judges look for : ie. tha ms Me . er tare a, Se eeomred ¥ py Doctors & Nurses Recommend HOW TO PLAY CRICKET: Learie Constantine
that increasing colonial populations ageless, ethereal quality, which beauty competitions? DL. near fature

can maintain,
their present
ards.”

let alone

improve,
low

living stand-

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industries From
Sugar

IF the visit of Mr. Bernard Braine M.P.
did nothing else it served to bring again
before members of the Legislature and of
the Government the possibilities, limited
though they he, for establishing industries
for which the raw material can be easily
supplied from sugar.

Intensely interested in the federation of
the Sritish West Indies Mr. Braine, even
although he would hurry the process, has
been converted to the necessity for gradu-
alness because of the lack of industries
which would support all the trappings of
a federal government.

lt was a happy circumstance which
made the demand for a newsprint indus-
try in Cuba coincide with the investiga-
tion of the possibilities of the production
of wax as subsidiaries to the sugar indus-
try. If newsprint can be manufactured
from bagasse and_ investigations have
shown that good quality paper can be so
manufactured it would be a means of
utilising in Barbados thousands of tons of
waste which now comes from the manu-
facture of sugar. It might be that the
means of transport for bagasse from other
sugar producing colonies could be supplied
by schooners which now ply between the
islands, This would be a means of using
all the available bagasse in the area and
manufacturing paper on such a scale as to
supply the West Indian market instead of
purchasing from Cuba and depleting our
quota of dollars.

On the other hand the possibilities of
wax manufactured from the sugar cane are
still under examination but such as they
are give bright hopes for the future. Mr.
Braine, as enthusjastic over this proposi-
tion as he was over federation, saw in the
export of wax great trade possibilities for
Barbados especially.

In the world market wax has fetched a
price of approximately £900’ per ton and
if it is estimated that Barbados with a crop
of 187,000 tons of sugar could produce some
300 tons of wax, then the additional
$1,134,000 would be an appreciable addi-
tion to the revenue of the sugar industry.

The production of wax in the West
Indies would have the advantage of utilis-
ing raw material now going to waste in
the sugar industry and with a ready mar-
ket.in Great Britain would not merely
earn the West Indies dollars, but would
save them to Great Britain who must now
import wax from dollar countries,

Tn any event, the processing of bagasse
and other waste from the sugar industry
would be converting them into valuable
raw material and removing one of the
drawbacks to industrialisation in these
areas.

Barbados has already lost her claim to
the manufacture of yeast from molasses,
The manufacture is now being carried on
in Jamaica despite the fact that the water
supply in Barbados does not present the
difficulties experienced in Jamaica in the
manufacturing process, There should be
no hesitation in exploring all the possibili-
ties of having these manufacturing pro-
cesses here inasmuch as the two kinds of
raw materials are now being produced in
Barbados and allowed to go to waste.

In the past it might have been said that
although we possessed the raw material
it was not possible to get the capital from
abroad because of the fiscal policy of the
Government which offered no encourage-
ment, The pioneer industries bill has now
been passed and these new companies
whether floated on local or foreign capital
can claim the exemptions which would
enable them to stand on their feet.

The possibilities should not be overlook-
ed and the proposals contained in the
suggestions should not be dismissed with-
out full investigation.

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE



MENACHEM BEGIN may not
be a familiar name to you. But it
ought to be.

He was the head of Irgun—-the

underground terrorist organisation
in Palestine—in the cruel and
bloody war that ended in Britain
quitting that unhappy land.

As such he was the man primar-
ily responsible for the murder in
cold blood of British soldiers do-
ing the duty they had been sent
to do. .

And responsible, too, for the
flogging of others, to whom he
denied the just rights of prisoners
of war. , bas

Campaign of Murder

Menachem Begin, aged 40, now
sits in,»,e Parliament of Israel. He
is publishing this week, in a book
under the title of “The Revolt”
(to be published by W. H. Allen),
the background story of his mur-
der campaign,

He claims that he did nothing
he ought not to have done. He
puts the blame for it all on the
British rulers cf Palestine. It is a
book that will arouse intense con-
troversy. 2

It makes allegations against
Britons which demand official ex-
amination and reply. For they will
not only shock the consc:ence of
many people in Britain, but they
will also tarnish the name of
Britain abroad if unrepudiated.

22 minutes warning’

One of the gravest charges he
makes is that the British authori-
ites were to blame for the loss

of the 91 lives and the injuring of B

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He states categorically that the’

100 other people in the blowing ur
of the King David Hotel in Jerusa-
lem the most spectacular of all
Begin’s exploits.

authorities in the hotel (which
was the British H.Q.) were given
22 minutes’ warning by telephone
to have the hotel evacuated.

But “by the stupidity of some-
one in authority” the warning was
ignored.

Whitewash
He writes: —
| “When the warning reached a
high official in the hotel he ex-
claimed: “We are not here to
take orders from the Jews. We
give them orders.”
! He declares that “a specific order
| was given by someone in authority
that the warning should be
nored.” And he asks: “Who was
responsible for that order?”
As Begin claims to know all the
secrets, yet does not answer his
own question, the inference must
be that neither warning nor order
was given
The British Government would
be wise to counter this white-
washing propaganda by stating the
known facts.
Why officers were flogged
One of the episodes in Palestine
that aroused intense anger in Brit-
ain was the flogging of kidnapped
British officers. This is Begin’s
justification for that breach of the
rules of civilised warfave:—-

Two 17-year-old members of
the Irgun, Katz and Kimenhe,
were sentenced to 15 years’ im-
prisonment by a British Military
Court for carrying arms—with
the addition of 18 lashes each.

We regarded this degrading
sentence as a very serious mat-
ter, with far-reaching moral and
political implications.

I called a meeting of the High
Command. If the British Army
whipped our boys we would

whip British officers in return.

ig-

—_——_—_———n

‘I wrote it’

We debated whether a warn-
ing ought to be given. Some
thought we ought to whip first
and explain afterwards, but they
were convinced finally that a
warning ought first to be given.
I wrote the warning myself.

We aimed specially at officers.

By JOHN QUIGLEY

The order given was not to touch
private soldiers
Our policy aroused a certain

amount of sympathy among the

rank-and-file of the British
forces. On one of the posters
containing our warning a Brit-

ish solider scrawled in big let-
ters: “Please don't ‘forget my
sergeant-major.” He thought-

fully added his full name, unit,
and regimental numbe:

Qne Friday evening they took
Kimche out of nis ceil in Jerusa-
iem Jail.
lashes.

The news reached us 24 hours

He was given 18





















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He accuses Britain.

later. At once, in three areas,
British officers were seized. Each
received exactly what Kimche
had got: 18 lashes.
Sentence off
One of the whipped officers
asked our men:

“Why are you doing this to
me?”
The Irgun soldiers toid him

what had been done to Kimche.
He asked for a certificate which
would confirm in the name of
the Irgun that he had been
whipped.

“What do you want it for?”

“T need it. If the idiots in my
Government whip your people
again and you whip us—I want
te be in the clear.’

He never had need of a certi-
ficatwe. The British ner again
waipped anybody in Israel.

Katz was not whipped.
High Commissioner cancelled the
sentence of lashes on him

The hanged sergeants
Finally, Begin deals with the

case of Dov Gruner, an Irgunist
who was captured, badly wounded,
in a rgd in the spring of 1946, This
was the case that resulted in the
hanging of two British police ser-
geants, as a reprisal.

In January 1947, Gruner, after
many severe operations which
had brought him to full recov-
ery from his wounds, was sen-
tenced to be hanged.

Orders were given at once for
the arrest of British officers,

Our Jerusalem detachment
eaptured an Intelligence Officer,
Major Collins. Next day our
men interrupted a court case in
progress in Tel Aviv and ar-
rested the judge, Mr, Justice
Windham

That evening, an official com-
munique announced that the
Commander-in-Chief had con-
sented to postpone indefinitely
the execution of the sentence on
Gruner in order to enable him
to lodge an appeal with the
Privy Council.



Exhibition Of Reman Britain

AN exhibition of photographs
illustrating some of the discoveries
of Roman Britain during the past
few years has been arranged for
display at the Barbados Museum.
The exhibition will be on show
until 5th October.

The photographs emphasise the
sharp distinction between the arts
of peace in the prosperous South
and the arts of war in the turbu-
lent North, The South is the area
of the villas and easy living, made
possible by three hundred years
of uninterrupted peace, The North
was the area of military forts and
encampments, of constant patrols
and engagements against the war-
like tribes.

Something of the high standard
of living that the Romans intro-
duced may be seen from the pie-
tures of the tessellated pavements
of the villas of Low Ham, Somer-
set, and of Lullingstone, Kent. The
hypoceusts show that they had a
better idea of the comfort of cen-



By GUY T. BARTON

tral heating than we have in these
modern days of coal shortages.
The elegance of the tableware can
be gauged from the pictures of che
Mildenhall treasure. The large
silver platter depicting Neptune
shows a curious mixture of the set
classical ornamentation with its
fauns and nymphs and the bar-
baric style of the face of Neptune.
The period is early fourth century
and the vigorous Celtic style shows
that Romanization had not killed
the expression of the native artist.
These pictures surely disprove the
statement of Tacitus regarding the
Romans—*They make a desert and
call it peace.”

The military North does not pro-
duce such spectacular finds. The
massive walls of the defences of
the forts do not have the same
popular appeal, though to the
archaeologist they are of greater
value. There are pictures of the

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BARBIDOS S$ AOGTE | This Book Will Anger
Every British Soldier

We had “averted the execution
with litfle more than 12 hours to |
spare

General goes

At the end of March Gruner,
still in the condemned cell, was |
joined ere by three more sol- |
diers of the Irgun, also sentenced
to be hanged

We issued another solemn
warning to the British. |

Early in February the removal |
of Genera] Barker from his post
as Britigh C.-in-C. had been an-
nounced,

His successor, General MeMil-
lan, announced that the execu-
tion of the three would not be |
carried out until Gruner’s case
before the Privy Council was
completed.
pleted. |

To a fortress |

Two more death-sentenced
men joined Gruner in the gal- |
lows cell, The British Govern-
ment announced that these sen-
tences, «too, would remain
“pending” while Gruner’s case |
was judged by the Privy Coun- |
cil, |

But om April 14. before any
decision by the Privy Council
had been announced, Gruner |
and three of his cell companions
were transferred to Acre for-
tress

On the morning of April 16 |
the radio announced that all four |
had been hanged.

Immediately we warned that
should amy enemy troops fall in-
to our’ hands they would be |
liable to die—as our four com- |
rades had died. |

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Then we mace our memorable
attack on Acre Jail. The fortress
was ehtered, and prisoners stili |
held there released.

In the attack five Irgun men
were taken prisoners. Ther
were brought before a Militar)
Court in Jerusalem. |

We knew new that if we did
not save them nobody would
We decided to act while
trial was still in progress.
Two British sergeants were cap-

tured and hanged, and on this
exploit Begin comments:

We repaid our enemy in kind.
He had forced us to answer gal-
lows with gallows.

An act of retaliation
“Why did the British carry out
these senseless executions in spite
of our warnings?” asks Begin.
This is his answer: —
The main reason was political
It was an official plan, and orig-
inated in Londen.
The British believed that by
breaking the spine of prisoners

of war they would break the
back of Hebrew resistance
Hangings, hangings, and_ still

more hangiggs!

There is no doubt that had we
not retaliated avenues of gal-
lows would have been set up inp

Palestine and a foreign Power
would be ruling in our country
to this day.

The grim act of retaliation
forced upon us not only saved
seores of Jewish young men
from the gallows, but broke the
back of British rule.

When ,gallows are shattered
the régithe which rests on them
must inevitably crash.

Laws of war

What Begin omits to mention is
the one fact that demolishes his
case,

Soldiers fighting as soldiers in a
recognised, legally constituted
army are entitled under such
civilised law es operates in war to
humane treatment as prisoners.

On the other hand, Irgun was
an illegal terrorist organisation
neither fighting under the recog-
nised rules of civilised warfare nor
entitled to claim the protection of

them,
—L.E.S.

altars set up by the soldiers sta-
tioned in the bleak moorland
ccuntry which show that hunting
was a favourite pastime and their
gratitude to the deities in times of
success,

There are a number of pictures
which illustrate the value of air-
photography in assisting archae-
ology in recent years. The outlines
of forts and field-systems are
clearly seen in places where thei:
existence was not previously sus-
pected. The layouts ana found-
ations show up in the pictures like
plans in miniature.

The exhibition will especialls
interest history scholars and those
that have recently visited Englance

their |

| Cuban trade pact: which was being negotia-
| ‘ed while the meeting was held, but it said :

| 29y the Government of the United Kingdom,

“Find Ways To Provide _

B.W.1. Shipping Services”

| London Meeting Approves Empire Preference

LONDON.

Lack of shipping services to the West In-
dies: the negotiation of British trade agree-
ments with foreign countries without con-
sulting Commonwealth interests fully, and
Canada’s special position in Empire trade
were among the topics discussed at the 17th
Congress in London of the Federation of
Chambers of Commerce of the British Em-
pire...

West Indian delegates to the Congress
were Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretary of the
West India Committee, who represented Brit-
sh Guiana; and Messrs. H. Alan Walker, R.
VM. Cave and A. A. Shenfield, who spoke for
he other West Indian Colonies.

The official report of the Congress, just
yublished in London, includes this report,

adopted by the full Congress :

“Congress has noted with regret that
efforts to interest the United Kingdom ship-
oing industry in providing the services be-
tween the United Kingdom and the West
{ndies, which were recommended in the 16th
Congress Report, have so far not met with
success,






| ‘ecommended by one of the committees and|



“The shortage of passenger accommoda-
tion continues to be acute, although with
orospects of some alleviation in the future,
when increased services, planned by lines
Mther than British, come into operation.
There is also a shortage of refrigerated
freight services,

“Congress therefore recommends that the
conference lines examine ways and means of
oroviding the desired services. These diffi-
culties apply in varying degrees to other
»arts of the Colonial Empire, for instance,
Mauritius.”

The report made no mention of the Anglo-

‘Delegates representing the Colonial Empire
‘omplained that, in recent agreements made

he interests of the Colonies appeared not
ways to have been adequately protected
ther by prior consultation or, where pos-
ible, by direct representation.

“As a result, whilst on paper it appeared
hat general trade requirements were taken
nto account, there were insufficient safe-
juards to ensure that the individual require-
nents of the Colonies were met.



“Congress therefore urges the United King-
lom Government to accept the principle that
n all negotiations concerning the modifica-
ion of existing, or the conclusion of new,
frade Agreements affecting the Colonial Em-
yire there should be prior consultation. with
he Governments of the Colonies and by those
iovernments with the commercial .interests
therein which might be affected. A Colonial
Territory which considers its interests to be
vitally affected should be afforded an oppor-
tunity of direct association, when desired and
practicable, with H.M. Government in these
negotiations.”

The report began by reaffirming the Feder-
ation’s faith in the principles of Imperial)
Preference and stated that the Common-
wealth countries should maintain this prin-
ciple in their dealings with one another. But
the report adds: ““It may well be to the ad-
vantage of Commonwealth countries to per-
mit greater flexibility in preferential nego-
tiations where advantages to the Common-
wealth countries concerned will accrue.”

On Canada, the report says: “It is recog-
nised that Canada holds a special position!
among Commonwealth countries in as much
as she has a dollar currency and is a close
neighbour of the United States, with whom
she has a substantial trade. She also seeks to
recover her markets in the sterling ates |



which in recent years have been limited by
the shortage of dollars among sterling coun-
tries.

“In view of the many types of goods and
especially food which Canada can supply and
which are so sorely needed in other Common-|



and seen something of bombed
London which has given the
archaeologist a chance .o examine
large areas that were vreviously
covered with buildings. The iilus-
trations are well supplied with
annotations which explain all the
chief points to look for and where
the finds have been tocated



Elementary Education

To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I should like to congratu-
late you on your leading article
relating to the low standard of
education now being obtained in
our elementary schools

Relative to the problems of the
elementary teacher—as he seems
to be the only person singled out
for criticism—I am sure that many
of your readers will agree with
the views expressed in your col-
umns by a retired headmaster
quite recently. There is no doubt
whatever, that his are those of a
teacher whose eyes are wide open,
and obviously the result of prac-
tical knowledge and keen obser-
vation. Candidly. I do not see
how any blame can be attached to
the teachers for what is happen-
ing in our elementary schools to-
day On the contrary, I think
they deserve our deepest sympathy
in the herculean task which lies
before them.

When age-grouping was intro-
duced locally, their opinion on the
svstem was not sought. They were
simnply circularized and instructed
to re-organise their schools on an
age-grouping basis. It was foist-
ed upon them, and as servants of
the Crown, they had no alternative
but to obey. It was Government
who sponsored the and
surely it.must be Government
and no one who must

system,



also

Our Readers Say:

accept the responsibility for the
outcome of this innovation.

Working age-grouping as it is
at present being worked in our
schools is like making bricks
without straw. In dealing with
this system you are naturally con-
fronted with the backward child.
By the backward child, it must
clearly be understood that it is not
merely the dull child, but the
child who is backward as a result
of not attending school promptly
at the official entry age, and the
child whose backwardness is due
to irregular attendance. Adequate
teachers and equipment will cater
to the needs of the first type, but
nothing short of compulsion will
be enough for the second and
third types.

There is another aspect of the
matter which deserves. special
attention. When the discussion in
age-grouping by the Teachers’
Association took place some time
ago, the fact that there was a
wave of dissatisfaction sweeping
the senior teachers in our elemen-
tary schools emanated from the
discussion.

This was followed by a series of
questions tabled in the House of
Assembly by Mr. F. C. Goddard
nearly two months ago, Up to the
present nothing visible has been
done to remedy this
state of affairs. From information
which I have gleaned, I am con-

regrettable

vineed that those teachers have a
real grievance which must be re-
dressed if they are to be expected
to give of their best. It is said
that the kernel of any educational
system is the teacher, and when
one realises that a serious menace
to any community is a band of
dissatisfied, discontented and dis-
gruntled teachers, it would be ar
egregious blunder on the part of
any. government genuinely inter-
ested in’ the welfare and well-
being of its people to ignore the
above mentioned fact
ONE INTERESTED.





Another Step Forward

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—In a community where
social progress” is mainly in two
gears labelled “SLOW” and
“STOP” the Barbados S.P.C.A. is
indeed fortunate in having Colonel
Michelin as a Vice President.
Since he took office carlier in
the year he has shown how liberal-
ly he interprets the functions of
his department and has transform-
ed abstractions into realities with

his characteristic speeq and
efficiency.
Realising the need for a Re-

fvesher Course for S.P.C.A. person-
nel Colonel Michelin arranged for
our Inspectors to attend
of lectures at District “A



series

Police

Station last week. We are deeply
grateful to him an@ to the officers
who gave the instruction and also
to Dr. Proverbs who dealt with
the “Care of Animals.”

The Commissioner of Police has
endorsed, in a very practical
manner our belief in Education
in Animal Welfare at all levels
and, by improving our services to
justify ublic support which
y need.

Yeors truly,
CECILE WALCOTT,
Hon. Secretary,
Barbados S.P.C.A,
Archway House,
Navy Gardens,
Barbados.
9.9.51.

Just Comments

To_the Editor, ‘tie Advocate,

SIR,—I should like very much
to commend veilr. sports writer
Mr. 0.8. Coppin for his outspoken
and just comments on the team
selected to represent Barbados in
B.G. later this month

It seems ‘to me that the Selec-
tors., sensing thaha hurricane may
visit B.G, at the same time that
the Barbados players are there:
and in order to emsure the safety
of plavers like Frank King, Mullins
and Charles Alleyne have delib-
erately left these players out of

the team, L.D.K.



cern that present restrictions impair Com-
monwealth trading relations and place ji

jeopardy the Imperial Preference trade sys-|

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wealth countries, Congress notes with con |

tem, Congress is also of the opinion that close |

co-operation and complete understanding
between the sterling and doilar countries is
essential to Commonwealth. well-being.”
The report pointed out that there are cer-
tain fundamental principles which must be |
recognised if the Colonial Empire is to be de.
veloped to its fullest extent, in order that!
each territory should be able to play its ap-|
propriate part in ensuring economic develop- |

is a vital necessity to raise the material stand-
irds of life in the Colonies and developmen:

Recent experience in the failure of large-

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| than appears to have been the case.

| “Quite apart from the waste of public
|money and capital equipment which has en-

| sued,” it said, “failures can only have a most)

|disorganising effect on the Colony concern-

tion of labour within a Colony has resulted

ed, give an unhealthy stimulus to trade and/
junsettle local labour.

inset In many Colonial ter-
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one singe many new ventures, through the|
lure of higher rewards divert workers from!
established enterprises.

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WEDNESDAY,

Resolution For $40,000 Passed

SEPTEMBER

9

-

1 1951

Missing Treasury
Money Discussed

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed a Res-
olution for $40,020 to supplement provision under certain
Heads of the Colonial Estimates 1951—52. Part :—Current.
The Resolution was to authorise the supplementary provis-
ion included in the Supplementary Estimates, 1951—52

No. 23.

Mr. G. H. Adams moyed the passing of the Resolution.
He said if there were any information on any of the
items that he could give, he would be willing to do so. In
that case, he was suggesting that they would take the

resolution head by head.

Treasury Shortage

Speaking on Head III, Colonial
Treasurer, under which $72 was
to be voted as allowances for
shortages, Mr. Lewis said that he
was registering a protest that
shortage of several thousands of
dollars from the Treasury was dis-
covered and there had been no
explanation made by the Adminis-
tration to that chamber.

He said that he hoped some
member of the Executive Com-
mittee would have some explana-
tion to give. He thought it an
oversight that the members of the
House only knew of the incident
when the police put a notice in
the paper.

“T feel the representatives of
the people should be treated more
expeditiously”, he said.

Mr. Adems, in replying, said
that he was surprised at Mr. Lewis.
The Administration, he said, dis-
covered that the money was gone
from the Treasury by accident.
It was always by accident that
such losses are discovered, It
might be likely sometimes to find
somebody putting his hands in the
cash.

He said that the Administra-
tion made exhaustive enquiries.
“Sometimes if you talk too soon,
you put the culprit on his guard”,
he remarked, adding “If anything
the Administration should have
kept more quiet.”

He wanted to assure the House
that he had no more information
about the matter than any of the
members of the House or any
member of the Executive. “The
more secret it is kept, the better
it is”, he said.

Investigation

Mr. Mottley (i) said it was
true that they had had a serious
loss in the Treasury and he had
seen a report on the matter in the
Trinidad Guardian. That showed
that the House was treated with
scant respect and also that some-
body in the Government had been
giving out information, “It is the
money of the country, and if
there has been a_ shortage, we
should have been notified”, he
said.

He said that in the process of
the investigation which was being
made into the matter, he hoped
that somebody would be brought
before the public so that they
would be able to see what was
happening in that department,
He added “If this investigation is
done properly, results are bound
to be had; this is a small country
and we representatives of the
people of this colony are looking
forward to having this investiga-
tion done properly.”

Mr. Mottley said that it was
brought to his notice that during
the investigation, certain heads
of departments were allowed to
sit down and hear what state-
ments were made,

“Tf the police are investigating”,
he said, “they should question
clerks, porters and heads of de-
partments alike”.

Early Notification

Mr. Lewis (L) said that all he
meant to say was, that the House
should have, been told at an early
time that there was a shortage in
the Treasury. He feh ‘that if it
was a $1 shortage, the House
should be told at an early date
so that they could allow for it.

Mr. Adams said that the Hon.
Junior Member for the City was
speaking nonsense. He said that in
every country of the world, peo-
ple in various departments have
put their hands in money and
have been fired. “Does the Hon.
Member expect that every simple

In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday, Mr. Adams save
notice of the following

Resolution to place the sum of
$870 at the disposal of the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee to
supplement the Estimates, 1951
52, Part I, Current, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimates,
1951—52, No. 24 which form the
Schedule to the Resolution



Bill to make better provision
for Local Government in the
Island.

Bill to encourage the Fishing
Industry in the Island

These were later read a first
time.

Mr. Mapp tabled qUestions re-
lating to: the employment of
children at the Pine Plantation;
certain items withdrawn from
control during the year and the
distribution of relief money in
the parish of St. Thomas

Mr. Mottley tabled a question
relating to persons suffering from
tuberculosis

The House passed a Resolution
to place the sum of $40,020 at the
disposal of the Gdvernor-in-Exe-

cutive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951—52, Part I,
Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates, 1951—52,
No. 23, which form the Schedule
to the Resolution,

At this stage the House ad-
journed for dinner. On resump-
tion there was no quorum and

His Honour the Speaker adjourn-
ed the House until Tuesday next
at 3 por

Se

case of theft ina
he ask:

it wou

the House
Referring
the Hon.

to, the

Senior Member for

bados being a small country

carried out, results are

bound

department
should be reported to the House?”,
If it were a simple case,
be dealt with depart-
mentally, he said, but if it were
a scandal, it would be reported to

remark that
the
City made in connection with Bar-
and
that if investigations are properly
to

“be got, Mr. Adams asked “where
is Lioyd Linton?”
Most Irregular

Mr. Mapp (L) said that the
method of carrying out the in-
vestigations in the matter was
most irregular. He understood that
Ahe head of the particular depart-
ment had set himself up as an in-
quisitor over the clerks. ‘He has
taken upon himself to punish the
clerks before anything was given
out,” he said. The head of that
department had stopped the com-
mission that was being paid to
those clerks from year to year by
the British Ministry of Pension.

He hoped that the Government
would direct the police that, if
they are carrying out an investi-
gation, they would investigate
from top to bottom, He felt that
the present method of investi-
gating, was only casting suspicion
on persons who may not have any-
thing to do with the shortage.

Mr, Adams said that he remem-
bered sometime ago the Speaker
ruled that he would not allow any
Hon. Member to attack anyone in
the Houge who did not have the
opportunity to defend himself.

He thought it his duty as
Leader of the House to defend any-
one wbo could not so defend him-
self, He said that Hon. Members
should not get up and make accu-
sations against members of the
Civil Service. “It is cowardly”,
he said, ‘“‘as members of the Civil
Service cannot through the pres-,
a public speech or in any other
way defend himself”. If an Hon.
Member foun@ anything going
wrong with the Civil Service, he
should report it to the highest
auarters and suggest that A. B. or
C. should not hold the particular
job.

Not True
Mr. Adams said that what the
Hon. Junior Member for St,
Thomas said was not true. “I give

him the lie direct”; he said, and
asked how cold it nave been that
the head of a department stopped
any allowances except it was the
policy of the Government.

Mr. Walcott (E) said that he
was rising in support of the Hon.
Senior Member for St. Joseph, .He
said that he did not think it was in
the rule book that Hon. Members
could be stopped from making
accusations on those who did not
have the opportunity of defend-
ing themselves, but he felt that it
was a matter of having a seigie of
justice for Hon. Members to re-
frain from making such accusa-
tions. ti

He said that if it was the case
that the inquiry was conducted on
certain lines so that the head of
department should sit as an in-
quisitorm, he did not think it fair.

Mr. Walcott said that what was
worrying hira was that they could
only hear certain bare \facts. He
Said that he was not very much
worried over who had done it but
n.ore so to know what was the
lapse that caused it to be so easily
done,

Speaking of the alleged method
of conducting the inquiry, he said
that he thought it much easier for
the head of a department to re-
move the money than a junior. Not
that he was saying, however, that
it was the head of a department
who removed it.

$14,000 Gone

Over $14,000 had disappeared
and it had disappeared from time
to time and nobody knew. The
hon, member had said that he
knew no more about the matter
than any other
Chamber; would he tell them now
what precautions were going to be
taken to prevent another $14,000
from disappearing in the near
future? Even those of them who
would refrain from asking cer-

tain questions were still very
anxious about this matter and
would like to know what steps

were being taken
recurrence,

Mr. Adams said that the hon.
member had madean admirable
speech and he thanked him for
the moderation he had used, The
little criticism he had made of
him was justified and he thought
it only fair for him (Mr. Adams)
to say so. “I have not overstated
by saying that I do not know any-
thing more than any other hon.
member about the matter, Inas-
much as the Police are making
investigations, I did not want to
put myself in the position of see-

to prevent a

ing something possibly secret, so!

to speak.”

Mr. Adams pointed out that in|

these matters the same risk that i
taken by Government is taken

every day in commercial life ane |
it was only when something like;

the present happened that one
had to take extra precaution
However, he_ said, he woyld in-
quire as the hon. member had
suggested and make a statement
in due course as.to what pre-
caution was being taken to pre-
vent a recurrence of that nature.

Education

Under the Head “Education”
for which $1,700 was to be voted
for examination expenses,” Mr.
W. A. Crawford asked to draw to
Government’s attention to the
position of janitors at the ele-
mentary schools.

Sjnce the payment of
employees had been taken
by Government, he said, they
were in the majority of cases
getting less than they previously
got when théy were being paid

these
over

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STRANGE HIRD

BARBADOS



This bird was brought into
this newspaper's office yes-
terday by Beresford Francis.

Birds like this are
usually seen at Barbados

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Fire Brigade Pass
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Kirst Aid Exam

Dr. F. N. Grannum on August
30 and 31 held a St. John Ambu-
lance First Aid examination for
the members of the Fire Brigade
and 23 members have passed the
examination. They are: G. Beckles,
Foreman; F.B. Lucas, E; Sgt.
Browne, J; F.B. Brewster, E; Sgt.
Parris, L; Cpl. Clarke, S; Cpl.
Browne, D; F.B. Holligan, E; F.B.
Payne, G; F.B. Worrell, F; F.B.
Gittens, G; F.B. Alleyne, S; F.B.
Hope, C; Sgt. Stuart, L; Cpl. Nurse,
E; Cpl. Denner, F; F.B. Thorne,
E; F.B. Horton, M; F.B. Batson, C;
F.B. Howard, C; F.B. Williams, Z;
F. B. Crawford, G.

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Unusual! Bird

Caught

A most unusual looking bird
was brought into the office of the
Advocate Co, yesterday morning
by young Beresford Francis of
Pilgrim Road, Christ Church

The bird, which might have
been quite familiar to any omi
thologist seemed bizarre to the
untrained eyes of the newspaper
staff.

In size, it was somewhat smaller
than the ordinary pigeon, It was
of a dusty black colour, its wings
fringed with white, and its feet
of the most lurid green, tipped
with talon-like claws. Its total
blackness was startlingly relieved
by a sudden streak of red that
started from its forehead anda
ended at the tip of its long
straight beak. All in all, it was
a very queer bird,

—

by the church authorities and
the teachers of the _ schools.
Among the several cases brought
to his attention was one where the
janitor used to receive $9.88 per
month. A certain amount of this
was paid by the church authori-
ties and the remainder by the
teachers. Since the Government
had been responsible for the
payment, that particular janitor
only got $3.58 per month, The
difference was so astounding as to
make the position almost incred-

ible.



“I am sure that there is some-
thing wrong somewhere and now
that the attention of the Govern-
ment is drawn to the matter I
hope that they will rectify it with
the least possible delay, There
should be no reason why there
should be this disparity in wages
merely because the employment
of these people is now a little
more secure. Indeed it seems to
me that one might as well be
insecure in his employment and
get a reasonable wage, than to
have security of tenure with his
wages so appreciably reduced.”

Mr, Adams said that there was
supposed to be a Teachers’ Asso-
ciation in the island and if the po-
sition was as represented, that
Association should have passed a
Resolution to Government,
that it had been raised, of course,
he would put it before the Execu-

tive Committee.
Mr. E. D. Mottley supporting
Mr. Crawford's statement, said



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Mr Cc L. Walwyn, Acting
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Provost Marshal’s
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evrrect and therefore he was
discharged.



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and place.

re

that though a few janitors had
been appointed, he had been told
Nhat there were still several in-
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pull their pockets and pay the

workers when the month can:
around. This he considered a most

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janitors should be given highe
wages,

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Mr. Mottley said that he had
heard that persons in the Domes
tic Science class had to pay if
the materials did not last a cer-
tain time. The Education Depart-
ment, he was told, had said so
He advised thyie people not to
pay a cent. He honestly felt that
the Education Department wa;
too cheeseparing and a little too
mean,

Mr. D. D. Garner said that some
time ago he had told the House
that hundreds of families in the
colony were not satisfied with the
results they were getting for the
money being spent by Govern-
ment on education. He made bold

to say that since he had made
those remarks there seemed to
have been more dissatigfaction.
He wanted to re-affirm his pre-
vious statements that all did not
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island. The Government had
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to the present he had not seen

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Mr. Garner said that they could
not afford the continuance of a
system which did not give results
as good as those in the past under
the old system. Seeing that they
were not getting results it was
time that they do something about
it.

Idiots
This age-grouping was only
turning out from the schools idiots
and ignoramuses, “I think this
Government should take a firm

hand,” said Mr, Garner; “stop the
Director of Education or whoever
is responsible for carrying on this
age-grouping, and see that our
children get a proper elementary
education before anything else

Mr. E. K. Walcott made refer-
ence to certain things in the edu-
cational set-up which he pointed
out could be changed with favour-
able effect.

Mr. H. A. Dowding and Mr. R. G.
Mapp also voiced their dissatis-
faction with age-grouping.

On this matter of age-grouping,
Mr. Adams said that the Govern-
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conclusion that there was nothing
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means, however, to work _ the
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there was also needed a school of
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it would be seen that the principle
was not in any way wrong.

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bring the Agustus B. Compten tc
Larbados. The schooner was fitte
up and left St. Lucia again for this
port on Monday, September 9
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Catchpole Leaves
For Labour Talks

Mr. F. C. Catchpole, O.B.E
Labour Adviser to the Comptrol-
ler for Development and Welfare
left Barbados by air on Monday
meramg (September 10th)

He will be visiting Grenada
Trinidad and Jamaica, for con-
sultation with the Heads of the
Labour Departments. From Jam-
aica 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 the 14th of October

CHARGED WITH
DYNAMITINCG

Christopher Ifill of
St James, appeared
Police Magistrate Mr, S. H. Nurse
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terday on 4 charge of attempting
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A STENOGRAPHER 1ST. . ile { ‘3
charge is $3.00-for' any number of words| Mintmum cRarge week 2 cents end REAL ESTATE who has had previous experence’ weanc|Lcci: M. Smith, Seh. Marion Belle K DAILY MEAI 2
: 50 and 6 cents per word for each! 96 ce n : ; us experience. Begin™) Wolfe, M.V. - Precise,” Sch. Harriet 1 iy "
ep to 38. § cents per word for each) 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 2% ners need not apply. A. S. Bryden &| Whittaker, MV. Lady Joy, Sch. Frances { (

it Pr erms cash ne 2s or 3 ce ~ seaiens: ———— ; . . . , . » 3 y. 7 . » > 2 2 side 2 . ‘
ema ae Oe OE te Ree Ot ee ee eee DAMAG Soris (B'dos) Lta 6.9.51—t.f.n° fw smith, SS. P. & T. Seafarer, Sch OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Open Daily 10.30 am. to \ 4
between 8.30 and 4 p for Death) word on Sundays: AGED CAR oe sata avadian 7 S. Gord 5 p.m vest
Notices only after 4 p.m j Ie OGere nee wat be received up POSITION: Manager of small Hotel a ge mae $ en \ 7 ¥ _

j}to Friday 14th for Chevrolet Car dam- Be Ja desires positio 4 eo f pave Y :
The charge for announcements of| AUTOMOTIVE aged by fire. On view Courtesy G Ses. | on; Steaeiner: OF Aaaistent pnp - ARRIVALS " from Leaves Du From Saturday, September Sth t
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- mrbados Co-Operative Cotton Factory | Ricdell. c/o Bank of Bermuda, Hamil-} jc cone Aewetus B. Compton, Ot tons yg usc i Barbados |
edgements, pnd ‘n Memoriam notices is} CAR—One Vauxhall 14 h.p. Saloon in| Ltd 12.9.51—Sn | tor, Bertytaia 19.0.8) ie a ee Oe So 5.5. “SCHOLAR : .. London 25th Aug 17th Sept to September 30th inclusive
$} 50 on We@k-days and $1.80 on Sundays) guod condition, Recently painted and | ao. “SELECTOR” .. .. Liverpool & 7
hy any number o! words up to 50, and] conditioned. Enquiries may be made at|PROPERTY--Two ~- storied Building | Glasgow 5th Sept 19th Sept ENTRANCE <0: 1
% cents per word on week-diys and] Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd., Phone 4264,| standing on half acre of land at Jack- S.S. “TRIBESMAN” London 12th Se t. 27th ‘Se t
4 cents per word cn Sundays for each) 4294 12.9. 51—3n | sons, St. Michael. Fruit Trees, Orchard MISCELLANE Ss S.S. “SCULPT 4 on iia < sept. «Mh sept.
additional wore, | —————=— ete Apply: Edith Gibbons on premises. ” EOU ae OR ‘i New port & 9« _ 4
CAR--One standard 14 h.p. Saloon in 9.0.51—2n, Liverpool 22nd Sept 6th Oct
excellent condition just painted and | ——-———— (etninhtinbawe “, = -—-oo- — setnivsinsoniapsnntbiniinnjenmabinadaiatemntmennieneeatiailaasiin tania
sane rest ~ PR Sme py in | .ANTSQUES: Glass, China, Silwer, Jew- wan
: completely overhauled. An outstanding | PROPERTY Small Property e's | eer Furniture. Best prices paid.’ Ham- Killed in inufes HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM FURNITURE
IN MEMORIAM 4264, 4224 12.9.51—3n | Apply to C. M. Greenidge, Dial 3681 Ei tint te ata Holetown, or dial : Closes in
—_— 12.9.51—4n Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny Vessel For Barbados
CAR One Prefect 10, hp. in perfect nnn 1 OAR. £10,000 Lean. Secured by Fra CEs and pores where germs hide
BLACKETT: In memory of our loving] order. Price $1,250, Telephone 8373 ROCK HALL PLANTATION, St, Peter, SFortenae Ye F * ind cause ferrible Itching, Cracking, S.S. “NOVELIST” I { 9
daughter Ersula Blackett, who fell 11.9.51—3n | Offers will be received by the owner | Morteage eurwood & Boyce Eczema, Peeling, Burning, Acne, ee sondon 17th Sept
sleep on lth September 1949 C. Kellman up to September 15th j 12.9.51—2n Ringworm, Paorlasia, | Blackheads, ee ae
Gone but not forgotten, CAR—Buick Straight Eight. J-1 in 2.9.51—4n — " imples, Foot Itch and other blem For f We are instructed by Clifford
Rest in Peace good order. Appiy: L. N. Simpson, | UNFURNISHED Room and kitchenette{*!shes. Ordinary treatments give only urther Information apply to... Manning, Esq. to dispose of the
Martin, Albertha, Carlisle and Velda| Guinea, St. John. Dial 95223 The undersigned will offer for Sale at |)" ae Fico Eee . oe = temporary reltet because they. do not + Prcnttcibe! sik. aed ‘
patel 29.5i—1 8.9.51—6n blic competiti €; month. Re vocate ad- kill the germ cause. The new discov- ; sh weates ,
E kett 12.9.51 - m iaigh meeat, 22 Race | vertising Dept. 11.9.51 —2n.5 ery, Nixoderm, kills the germs in 7 DA COSTA & co., LTD. Agents aoe FI INT HALL, on

_DS— Sac > me f *AR—One Chrysier Royal Car in first! tha . a | ites and is guaranteed to give you day th September at :

eae allay t ids. one ined calea seat aoe sy cueatiaie Taxi. | acer day of September, 1951 at 2| WILL BUY Old Gold and Silver} @ soft, clear, attractive, smooth skin am
ced Sept. 12th 1945 Apply: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce| ‘The two-storied Dwellinghouse known | | Watch "Cases, Rings, “Bangles, "broken Gece eackemas tit’ muabaeiesd He Wing. Wernine ot Wile

{ maihatiaed ‘ setae \ ache: 2 #9 51—t.f.n “ °° J | sewellery ete. Call or dial 4429. Gorringes | Of empty package, Get guaranteed Round Mah« >. Ton .

If love and care would death prevent} Weatherhead Limited. as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon | Antique Shop 93.513 Nixoderm from your c remist today and «. Tip-Top Table

ENR la ag a ame ed FIG DB m eerie adian Na ional Steamships | eg

Spent CARS-—1950 Model Morris Minor 2] containing by admeasurement 6,422 | Nixoderm Tomi bakes Table, Square Mahog. Tabi we

God took him home it was His will Deor Saloon, low mileage and in excel-| square feet or thereabouts, situate at of skin sae mete Ps > side 7 rvir

But in my heart he liveth still lert condition, : 10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael “ oom Skin Troubles trouble. sou 'THBOUND cencard ne ¢ , 2am i

Whence came the armies of the sky| 1948 Ford Prefect, excellent condition,| Inspection by appointment with Mrs. | MAIL NOTICES Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails Wiens atl Uphot= ;

, 1w in vision, bright at reasonable price | L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736. \ Z =v Montreal Halifax Boston Barbedes Barbados 4 Dressin ’

e cane their crowns their robes : ere Sedan under 6,000 miles, | a. further particulars and conditions Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Montset™ na Vices ‘ _ li Sept M4 Sept Painted » i ay rr
eir palms ike w 4 of sale, apply to:— rat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V eal te ER LNG oe 20 Sept. 21 Sept rent Painte €
op are for natural s ht had a eee ~ ae Suitable for COTTLE, CATFORD & CO Moneka will be closed at the Sat G. A. Service's ay QOOERY eae 24 Sept 3 Oct i Oct ont § = ited re ee .
in Thy sacred home dear Lord, making Pick~ a 8.51.— Post Office as unde i ’ s iB ot e ; ' »
May “his precious soul find rest. { 1949 Morris Six Saloon, FORT ROYAL Oo Dy ES ee Ge nce Registered THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY LADY NELSON 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct sities tein sania?
Until the night be gone |GARAGE LTD., Telephone 4504 The undersigned will offer for ale at| Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Majl at 2.30 wh a | D. at ae esses \
/ s a ; at's ever makes men*hap- | estate aed Double Mattress, Fishing

And with the dawn, those angels | 9.9.51—7n | public competition st their Office, No.|P.m. on the 14th September, 1951 site sana Tem better.” Pri aS Meurl” mraas tice “dae Stone #

faces smile 1 iT, High Sirest, Bridgetown, on Friday, : Ware ¢€ upboard, 3 Burne ou ~

Wh.ch I have loved long since Seer ere ey | eee pepe the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30 Mails for St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gren- —Goldsmith. auatees Seztoes Bese. a irner ‘

+ or Saloons in jack, ue, reen . , ~ la p y ' : > . 7 or ;
Y Anidee sVite Bidica ‘Pietds, Black |and Grey, 10 Cwt. Morris Cowley | 7 Bea pee ae hy By a gee inte de ||] LADY NELSON 27 Sept. 28 Sept. 2 Oct oa x “
ok: Se Oe 0.5 (Pick-Up 4 \ THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing | ed at the General Post Office Gas makes © appier = }] LADY RODNEY 27 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Novr a 5 Candle
Rock, St.. Michael, 12.9.51—1n | Pick-Up Trucks. Morris 1'2—2 To / on §.033 square feet of land, adjoining | 45 under a k h ook better Shad “Reading I Misc
Light Delivery Trucks with all steel|the ‘Barbados Aquatic Club, together | Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Resiste and makes her o The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected ee ital Glass and China, Trays, Electric
H-NDS—The undersigned gratefully ac-| body if desired. Secure yours while] with the Goodwill and Assets of the | Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mail at 2 . too! re VO CAN? 4 4 Ob is expected to arrive her¢ Toaster, Clothes Rack, + 4arge
knowledge with deepest appreciation | they last and before prices rise business, now carried on under the|P.™ .on the 12th September, 1951 about the 24th September, accep ting cargo for St. John, Halifax, Agricultural Spray Prctnrés, *
the many aad various expressions of | FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD., above name | Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal. Towel Rack Books, Large
sympathy tendered them, in the passing 7 — INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | —— —— —— Kitchen Clock, Pr. Blue Curtains,
of Clarice Hinds of Holders Hill, St 51—Tn mat



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James, who died on 6th September ———_——_—— i)? ane Ss » licati aT r
JOHN HINDS (Panama), Mr. & Mrs. | MOTORCYCLE—One Speed Twin Brie Cmdr dr See ae ete ae ne bs GOV ERNMEN’ ry NOTICE GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
R. A. Dottin, Mrs. M. Atkins umph Motoreycle 5 H.P. in first class \ J

12.9.51—I1n | condition very little used, apply: CECIL For further particulars, and conditions

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eae i 11.9.51—2n 818.811 | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS nae oa ==
T 1 ’ a welve Horse Power a - Tenders are ted for the, supply of 4 visibns for the
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—_—_—_—— OOO dll 11.9.51 —In / 9) 5 snte: . at 2.3 M.S. BONAIRE—7th September 1961 ) ’ 3 Transatlantique
Bist day of September | 1981, at 2.30 »m. | GLENDAIRY PRISON: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000] 8s. noskoor—ith September 1st. |} Cl» Glo, Transatiantq & Co.
. . Tag y ” " a
Government Flour Factory POULTRY LAWNY", with the land whereon the of prisoners, to be delivered twice SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND \ 3
at Lancaster same stands, containing by estimation | kl tthe as : tionate _ AMSTERDAM SAILING TO A.F.S, F.V.A
a ~~ . POU mpo: New Hampshire | 2.500 squaer feet, situate at Hastings, | weekly a he prison in proportionate} 1.8, WILLEMSTAD—1ith Sept. 1951 y ne Nase wens
OULTRY: Imported P MS, ORANJESTAD—Oth Oct. 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE .
It is proposed to operate the] nd Rhode Island Red Pullets and cons — etinon ade oi amounts, a * GAILING TO PARAMARIBO Phone 4640
5 ls 4 months old yn Foster, Hughen- ection betwee he hours o! pom ‘ = ot i , “Aa * « c
Government Flour Factory at] Gen. Bs oavieae Met _ 11.9.3i- 2n |and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant MENTAL HOSPITAL; Sweet potatoes approximately 5,000 aire Ba sl ee “GASCOGNE” = 22nd_ Sep- Plantations Building
Lancaster for a short period be- Boy particulars and Conditions of Sale, lb8..a week, to be delivered at the Men- M.S en as September 5 tember, 1951, via St. Lucia, ‘
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October, MISCELLANEOUS PE COTTE CATFORD & Co | tal Hospital twice weekly in proportion- PARAMARIBO AND B.G Martinique, Guadeloupe &
1951, for the purpose of receiving | 9.9.51—6n | ate amounts. M.S, BONAIRE-24th September 1951 Antigua.
and processing cassava roots..The| ANTIQUES — Of _ every description : ma SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND “COLOMBIE” 14th October
. . . Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver] The undermentioned will offer for sale Yams— available. CURACAO 7 que and
roots will be purchased at the] v 1951, via Martinique
IOVS r - 100 lb. delivered Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto-|py public competition at their office, Eddoes — as available. M.&. HELENA-—2ird September 1951 Gus 4 dnune
rate of $1.50 per 100 lb. delive graphs etc, at Gorringes Antique Shop | James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 2lst i ss : _ | MS, BOSKOOP.-29th September 195) suadeloupe.
at the factory. adjoining Royal Yacht Club. September 1951 at 2 p.m LAZARETTO Sweet potatoes — approximately 400 lbs. ie
2. Any person intending to de- 3.9.50-—t.f.n Foca denlrelig: two storied freehold a week, delivered twice weekly as|) ===] Saas SOUTH BOUND
loans neeene T : » fact wellinghouse nown as “Culloden : . . . i"
4 liver cassava roots to the factor CAR TYRES, Unused Bergougman 500 |View", situate at the junction of Cul- | ordered The EN, ORE ere | “GASCOGNE” 13th Se
& is requested to notify the Direc-|_j¢ 2 outers ‘and 2 iners—Price for lot |Joder ‘and Dalkeith Roads, with the | Stemtes fis avaliable accept Cargo and Passengers GASCOGNE 13th = Sep- 4
tor of Agriculture, in wriding not] $5200. Phone Leach 2546 lend thereto containing 10,585 square | Fame e- yes for Dominica, Antigua, Mont tember, 1951 Calling at pe
later than 22nd September, of the 9.9.51—3n | feet. The house contains closed and Eddoes — as available. ie sioedey aah inst ia Grenada, Trinidad, British Ts
a4 + ae >» expects ag | OS eee open verandahs, bath and toilet down- r = ; > Sailing onday | it ‘i i ¢ . | ane
weight of roots he expects to de COFFEE—Fresh shipment of this| ctairs and upstairs, four Bedrooms’ (ore i ‘ esusadt rat as available. : The M.V MONEKA”™ will and French Guiana. ’
liver, favoured Brand of Liptons French Coffee | with bath and toilet). Two servants’ 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ubs. at which each of accept Cargo and Passengers for ia i
scala celvemiesisl iaica tara i homedics: 19 sian |TOOMS: Rarage for 1 car and tool room |the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institution Dominica, 4 Antigua, | Monteerrat ee ea {
‘cite diaeesliine % (all built of stone), in the yard. 7 evis = =an . " argo L
i tea | _ rection between 5 pm. and 6 p.m | concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of October to Friday 14th Inst ‘ ae
otice to Mariners COAT; One Lady's Fur Coat, excel- any day except Sundays on appointment | the 31st December, 1951. The MV. “DAERWOOD" will it BLA DO”
It is notified for general infor-|lent Bargain. Apply to Terese Beauty| with the owner Mr. St. Clair Hunte accept Cargo and Passengers for
mation that two Dan Buoys with| Salon, McGregor Street. | peed (Phone 3229 or 4337) | 3. Tenders should be forward i in sedled envelopes addressed St, Lucia, Grenada and Aruba { L d
7 7 e 2 - ; yc LE + »ngers or § Jince -”
flag top marks have been placed ae : = GL. W. CLARKE & Co. {to the Coloniat-Secretary (andjpot to any officer by name) so as to eee eeky for: Be > vanpens : k. M. JONES & Co., t iB 4
. § ors > s € é s' . mantel
50 yards apart in position latitude] CORN: Fresh Indian Corn, a limited 9.9. 51-6n | reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (4 p.m. on Thurs- BWI SCHOONER OWNERS AGENTS & co. ~ offbeat
13 degrees 15’ north longitude 59 {quantity at Upton Plantation. | Not | __________________________ | day 20th September, 1951).. Phe@nvelope should be clearly marked- ASSOCIATION; (INC.) ~ 7
degrees 41’ west. Explosive charg- | “¢iivered ital Ned 4 AUCTION “Tenders’for ground provi yeaa Consignee, Tele No, 4047 3 A.F.S., F.V. a 4
»s will be fired between these two ~ A ee nee, eae fick, stonsy :
ee eee SOF | oe eA Kodak 38, As New, price 4. Further information i&-ghitainable from the Prison, ‘The Mental |" eameesexaSSRRASS }
buoys during daylight hours for|one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. UNDER THE SILVER urther - oe : '
Seismographic observations, Ship- | City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F.N HAMMER | Hospital and the Lazaretto, rh f ‘ FOR SALE
> . 29 alee 4 4
ee ea Mee ost Qn, | p@@ALVANISED SHEETS—6, 7, 8, 9 and SHOP— CHAPEL ST 5. The Government dogs n B bina itself"to “uecept the lowest or x 1 ; ;
+ r * 110. Price cannot e beaten, enquire Or THURSDAY the 20th we will sell | any tender. 1 7, i> “KIMBOLTON", tnd Avenue,
« inadnsisin eniseanininiminimmmmmmioamaner, | AUS Tyte Co. Phone 2006 one Shop Building with 2 roofs covered y “ 12.9.51.—2n GALVANE Eb MESH WIRE Belleville A very solid 2 storey ;
—— 8.9.51—t.f.n. | with galvanise iron, situated at the ee ah F i 1%" stone built house in good position
) BOARDING, & TADGING PERSONAL Plantations Ltd. Sale 2 o'clock Ya" to Wa Pine Road. Good, re aha aren \
- = CASH 1eHy schools and town. The house
LUNCHES for CITY CLERKS ‘ Med hak S ‘fecention. dining oor.

\ Wy Semonabg Rect cemuty loeates {| “rng pa | eee Obtainable at . leas oxlley’ pretiockive’ nee) |
Crumpton Street, Centrally loca’ The public are hereby warned against uctioneers,. bedroc ; al ; Py
(opposite Harrison College, ADPIY {| y.ving “credit to” my wite MATION | 11,9. 913 ENTRAL EMPoRIUM pee ee
in Person. Telephone oo #8 WEEKES (nee Thorne) as I do not hold reasonable figure to effect an edfts

—an myself responsible for her or anyone else ‘ * sale
ene) | contracting any debt or debts in my UNDER THE DIAMOND Corner of Brod & Tudor Streets re
SE SSSSSSSSSZQ\ me unless by a written order signed by HAMMER BUNGALOW, St. James Cnet |
SL, me Saaleteet seiaaet tei sey, diate received from Mrs Haney + aye Bre a6 saasicle |
‘ 5 ti ERIC E Ss, Satyra Dawson I will sell on the spot ap en elevated = above tip
NOTICE TO PARENTS 7 ‘Noad; 12 ; . sop wea level with over % an acre of we
Hot Lunches served to Pupils erm alii gas Heat AG aoe oe oe laid out private geedane dimtaleing
of Harrison College and others 11.9.51—2n cne double roofed house size 20 x 10 lawns at front and reaey man
at “Rus-In-Urbe” , Crumpton St. he -— = \|and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash varieties flowering — shrtt
‘opposite Harrison College). uae D'ARCY A. SCOTT 7 trees Private bathing ed¥e with
onable Terms Telephone ‘ Auctioneer good safe bathing, There is an
as Miss C, BECCLES. { PUBLIC NOTICES 5.9,51—5n. SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH sennnee, shores ve indah Tounge
9.9.51—4n Ten cents per agate line on week-days ibineeesliethat xian a: RENE: tony redrooms, garage
and 12 cents per agate line pn Sundays, ; A480 - Waste in a oe Good in
; GALV. OIL CANS — 1, 2 & 5 Glns. Sizes it in this fashionable area

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I} and it is my intention to remarry in the | Hall Roads. Finder return C. R. Cum ene — cibcsenmael raieencmns semen 10 @ 11 ROEBUCK STREET. double bedrooms with built-in
ILL \}] near future berbatch, Customs, Wharf Reward ’ i wardrobes, Kitchen, paritry,, sere
AIRY H | ROBERT GREENIDGE, | cffered. 11.9.51—2n ita ina tinatinetitiariieaaas Vente Witeied” Walon ante
St G mi ge | Kirtons, St. Philip ee na ae - | tub and shower heating
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We have been instructed by FOR RENT 1 | t % an acre aa Nas ivi
Mrs. C. S. Lee to sell by Auction | BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE bc i} i} | ded with Mahoga and
the Fu » and Effects at | f | Flambe t trees and the Tawns
Oy Pail) on. Wedtiesday, 1601 Taine cerry a een Te canes Ore Do Peo le Reall yi t d | and stone Mauked terrace are in a
September, at 11.30 a.m ' $6 cents SuMdays 24 words — over 24 secluded wall garden. Attractine
September, a 30 ¢ ASSOCTATION words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a location ¢lose ‘to town
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AUCTIONEERS All members of the Subordinate Staffs HOUSES Call Me Crabb a R f | Spacious 2-ktorey : te wi rm ; i
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& Co. Customs, Public Market, and others not! QPposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All| beginning to think you are high-strung 5 bedrooms, kitchen, — paptt
\}] reentioned are asked to attend a special modern conveniences. Apply on premises — always tense and nerv —-so that storerooms, garage etc. Well Pa
. Mee i. ‘ n Hall 3.8.51—t.f.n alway. ervous —- si ‘ oy Eee
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PLANTATIONS BUILDING | 1. Re Cost-of-Living Bonus Fully furnished. Dial 8357, , | BUILDING LAND
General Business a 147 Si 2 n, Your Nerves Can Play Strange Tricks on You! 1, Men of character an | education are required for en- Const At. unusual t
A. C. LEWIS, 7 i ‘ 8 . s Force less technicians with experience plot of land appro i one
SOOO TOOT OOO Secty. Division IIT ney anus flat on arin, SV ates Ter Many women find it hard to realize through the most trying periods of listme BY iB this Fore K’ Wit > e j t Me and ; ¥ Iding Raloining “Miva Bis the
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x 12.9 2n kitchen and plumbing, Atha water | their nerves are, ‘bad’. Yet it's not life—by taking this time-tested iia os eee fe =) Stes i nae oa ae eHaYL aR | Available to pproved buyer
g 7 — : CLERKS’ UNION in all bedrooms near to Rockley Beach | unusual for a high-strung woman's ténic containing Vitamin By, iron icenses to ride or drive moto. venicies at pecially req | Other building sections from a
x XN Oo | ICE 7 nd a few minutes walk from Golf| delicate nervous system to get apd other needed minerals, Give tr '
$ | spa reiniee tund ee Agate ine fo a a §9 5i—ttn | off balahce especially during the . Chase’s Nerve Pood a chance 2. The pay of a Consta>le on joining is $52.00 a month | eae “a
an under e u s 0 B ————* . a ‘ ‘ e oe b |
% % Binbados Evening Institute/for members | _“WHITESANDS", St. Lawrence Ga functional. changes, she faces in — t@help you, too, when you feel edgy, rising by annual increments of $48.00 to $80.00 per month, COUNTRY HOUSE”, St. J
% to the : of the Union, will be resumed on TUES- aul duenlshed. trom lst October, For cont mn puctherhood ome " set or a bundle of anes oe oe plus $2.00 a month washing iJlowance. After 4 years’ service A Plearant 2 storey’ pert
. DAY 18th at Y.M.C_A areculars—Dia 11.9.5) -tf.n middle Jife, That’s when a gooc ge “economy size” today, The he is eligible f arriage : |\lowance a mé 67. 20 . at SO eee
¢ . Me . \ F , 1@ ig eligible for a marriage lowance to a maximum of $7.20 ar ere {
x N I % leith ike duster rphvantave at wea Loum like Dr. Tiiabe s pose moods ner ac Dr, Chase” is your assurance, per month. The minimum p y of Non-Commissioned Rank is: Acgu! dation pt
y PARI HIONER x ; ” 4 _ can do yeu so much good by helping 2) . - . “pergey +99 cas tal ee oe ae
Ks 7 : } : $80.00, § + 92.00, Static S a 10.00 is 1 4
% \ § $ | focilities. 7 SDSS DOO O DEY LILI LR, 3 Ree eae ocuk terous Sore. : Corporal $80.00, Sergeant 0, St ation erge nt $10) rhe ec dose pe
. : ; Application ioe enrolme t soc be made T0 DAY'S NEW. It will hely S cstarel Paaths Saesetene este \ Promotion is made on merit and depends on the man, There quarters. et Wink
.% o e General Secretar rom whom § FLASH I ncip yo ee y yi OOK ‘ - . s < ae - “ uarters et de wit
$ further particulars can be obtained " better, rest better at night. ; is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and to the ous fruit trees and good Vg
x 0 S CHRISTIE SMITH, _—- Durton thilnst Gity veare, th Commissioned Rank. garden. Well recommended: at
xs x General Secretary YouR urin re t nity years, : oni : price quoted, â„¢
12.9.51—2n 1952 DIARY FOR sanas oO anadian women oO! a RV * | y
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% GOT Naieicdesienthtsentne dae we ages ka one safely a appily : 3. Requirements for enlistment WINDY WiLLow Prospect,
% ST. MICHAEL % 1% OFFICE, HOME AND ages have gore safely and happily m ‘ Voc ™NBE “Pampect.
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. *. s ust eceived tone house with wallaba shingte —
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Turpin fights Robinson § To-night

U.K. Champion Backed









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© ‘oe LONDON, Sept. il. NE Ww ) ORK
i oO Retain or il eC Fifty-five faithful fans of ae . : 2
e World Middleweight Cham- NEW YORK, Aug. 25 Renente Suggestion, Foul Fighter
ion Randolph Turpin have Rand ‘ re urpin patiently answered a
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. oral a caiuniines’ “ines to vho surprised ta rid by tezen tae eR n the boat and
W4TH $425,000 already in the box office, only wet their wallets even before ning the world migtie N bie. sees Rog oie
weather could prevent a $600,000 gate for the Randy pel A agg Ts Gnaed Wi = Sat abr chaainan ffices—-the query about his al-
Turpin-Sugar Ray Robinson championship fight on Wednes- vost iat dteamohas aed, Surprise When he won a smash teged rabbit punching. He said
day night, promoter Jim Norris said. Customs officials _—ilifted victory for himself in his ist that he at no time was using the
--- = $$$ As middleweight champion Tur- ‘hundreds’ of pounds ster- encounter with the sports wri rabbit-punch but considers it a
% e pin, and challenger Robinson pre- ling from travellers on “tae and picture taking fraternity dur- normal thing to aim at the region
1 pared to break camp and core Turpin special” last night in ing his whirl of activity, incident of the ear when fighting inside
urpim into New York for their fifteen one of the biggest currency te his arrival hgre to prepare for But he bristled with quick an-
round bout at Polo grounds in- crackdowns ever staged at a aetense of his crown against the gry darts when he was asked
- creased support for Turpin low~ London airport.—U.P. man from whem he won it, come about kidney punches. Here he
C KO ered the betting price another half Sept. 12 in the Polo Grounds. didn’t plead nor continue his role
al OT, those favouring Robingon furpin, at first shy of the type- of patient toleratien for many of
eee a 5 to 84 9 "he a x. re ie + writer jockeys, was almost reti- the nonsensical question ed
. siroie es Ene ae tea te See at B dos Team For BG cent as he amswered their queries by some of the interrogators. “I
Oo 1nson 7 ‘to 8 or . a How ever no ji, es rent — in clipped monosyllables, which never have hit in the kidneys,”
; a ace Palt Turpin was reflected in the Will Get Money gave him time to get his bear he almost blurted and you could!
., CK CUDDY United Press poll of 31 sport 7 and “feel out’ his question- see he felt an affront to his cham-
(From JACK CUL ) writers at the International Box- . H | B eur Kit ers. pionship dignity as well as that
B.U.P. Correspondent ing Club Twenty-one favoured G p uy 1 Once he was approached with of portsman by the impli
SRUPSIHOER, New York Saye, Peas eS ecstad the title The Board of Management of eee = eg es
ns ; sept . Sines Susat Bes at London on July the Barbados Cricket Association 7.) fo. of artic ulate conversa- Confident of Victory, Has Praise
There is no doubt that Randolph {4 . at a meeting held in the George 41... as anyone ever interviewed for Robinson
Turpin has the power to knock ; ‘en. Aa , Challenor stand, Kensington, yes- °°" “oe rf} a ade "
out Sugar” Ray Robinson during agg ng terday decided to assist members a 7” : Mag ot aes Ay ry at There was no note of peep ENaoe
their big fight on September 12— eG oe ors cf the Barbados team for British arent re Ney ON apenas ete Furpin's calm prediction
i sets > chance City, Sugar Ray (,). ¢ Sloe “he auestion about the differences—-. victory. But neither was there any
if he gets the ae a ih . 4 Bg a 4 Guiana in getting new kit for the if any—in the American and Euro- of the whistling-by-the-graveyard
pin, the xer W c final training ve sjoard earmarked $4 or opened up. It seemed that he hac he regards Robinson as a great
ish Guiana ancestry But Zach camp statement cach member of the team for kit t felt before that he was he shter I ‘combines the best
Hobbs, his sparring partner at the that he had two Mr. E. A. V. Williams suggested 1! i fp Nera 2 By, (1) fe et ee ry h th or or a
training camp at Grossinger, New tasks to perform that £10 would be a good figure !"* queried DS men who { € features of both the American and
York State, has no doubt what to-morrow ight {cr each member of the team "¢ Dad definite oF IntONs, la tb) Kuropean styles as he had previ-
will happen on September , in his title fight especially those who were touring *! inything about the fight ously explained them.

I wouldn't want to be Robin- with middle- jor the first time He said that #@™e« : He left no doubt either tht
on,” he tol ci because Fandy weight champion, this money would be a great help He very clearly explained 4 he has high regard for Randolph
ying to knock him out-—and Randy Turpin to some of the members of the “fference between the | Turpin, too. ;

might eve send him to hos- 4 team who are:not so well off And his an: wer's make a num~ After about two hours in his
ital, Turpin is the hardest hitter Firstly he mi The Board next considered the berof results clear that The nas company, you came to the con-
| ever boxed with and I sparred use new methods ondition of Kensington Oval Paffed some ae ve o ' a clusion that a real man and a
with Sugar when he was training in Ba ae fter a heavy rainfall formed He pointed out iat the Ame ao gentleman wears the 160 crown
for his fight with the Frenchman, fe nbe pi fe. Fe ee a three-man Committee which fighter lays his biggest — * iS as of the nonce.
Roger Villemain.” eves "he h , a would work hand in hand with 0? oirenae ses th fy often, J You came to another conclusion
Hobbs and Jackie Keough are Se efented manish Committee of the Pickwick Cluo ©&™ ‘asi ut .. ’ ¢ quae i f too; viz that win, lose or draw,
Turpin two regular sparring apace ane ~ by studying in trying to prevent flooding at pri pping mse or adequate de Seen ee will di port him-
partners Another partner, Bert movies of their London fight sev- the Oval. » Th ted out, that ms xn ee ee ene o
Lytell, was knocked groggy for , 1 times and by practising coun- The Committee is composed of Thus, he pointed out at MAB Campion. .
five seconds by a Turpin right 7% “imes & et : Mr F. A.C. Clairmonte, Mr. “times when the American fighter You can’t ask more than that
uppercut to the chin Bobby anoueie hd must avoid as many W. F. Hoyos and Mr. E. Inniss. 806 in on me att me he = k nee oe athletic hero.
Dance, a light heavyweight, re- of Turpin’s blows as possible, for Mr. Kidney told members of the off with no thought of defendir _ PS. And you get the impre 2
placed Lytell and was dropped je described the English champion Board that the Pickwick Club himself aoe therefore _ | ee ROR that the guy can fight
with a left hook to the jaw. Dance 4, «one of the hardest puncher well aware of the conditions OPen for scoring by the European. Bostic.
sat on the canvas for a count of he ever met.” He said Randy hits and members felt that the time
nine much harder than ex-champion }j,ad come that something con- MTa6r3
Only Eddie Phillips, who came jake Lomotta.—U.P. cerning that should be drawn to |
waned Puten aon meres. aoe the attention of the Cricket!
caped. Turpin uses him to sharpen a ? Board. He said that the Oval
oF - sem ge th hee = hee F . shit On Screen lies below the level of the
also sparred wit is orother ; . surr ing d =
Jackie, a featherweight, but has gah gE aon rl sn ee ee ahs off
been unable to cut loose with oe eB Sastail for to-night is on after a heavy shower.
punches because of the difference who enjoyed the film version Members of the Board passed a
at weight ’ 7 . of the first encounter between motion that the West Indies
‘Tm “fine aid Turpin, confi~ these two contestants are al- Cricket Board of Control should
cently, “The change hasn't made ready assured of a similar render to the various Cricket
difference to me, except that treat of to-night’s fight. The Boards in the West Indies ac-
maybe I’m stronger because I'm fight has excited so much in- counts of tours, meetings, etc., so
getting better food here than l terest that RKO is covering that these Boards can know what
could get over there. eae the New York Polo grounds is going on.
Exo: now: we're. United ) 0 event with }5 camera crews One member said that .up to
three-quarters of a pound of meat four of them handling slow now the Board has not heard
for a person in the British Isles motion. No matter how long trom the West Indies Cricket
now, And good butter is very or how short the fight may Board of Control about what is
scarce too, Meat and butter are run, this bout promises to be heing done for. the . Austwalian
important for building up energy one of the most complete fight Pr eeee aAliea the: whole thing
before a fight.” films on record. It has already Lowe bi ae fair
been called “ the Fight of the a “tea party” affair, sa i
If Turpin fights the way he Year.” Considering the question of

trains, then he is going for Robin- It should be on the local





TURPIN FANS
KA.O'ED AT CUSTOMS







the distribution of profits by the

son's body. In fact, it looks ag if theatre screen a week later. West Indies Cricket Board de-
the plan is for Turpin to wear rived from overseas tour, the
Robinson down in the early rounds ona vara it he ae Ge
and knock him out somewhere ’ ye 71. BORE eee sae Face eee:
round the llth or 12th round. England Wins Test four colonies : _ Barbados, Trini-
Robinson's manager, jJeorge cheba: asl. 3% dad, on ee "e en
Gainfard, believes that the big The i I noe > Beg. a ey the > Joarc oO
fight will be more a battle of styles le first oficla iy s Control.
: 2 cricket match between Canada For tours to the West Indies
than a battle of condition. Rob- ; , ; :
fie ia f and England ended on Monday in the four colonies should share
fnson, he said, is already in ex- 1 victory for England by the mar- {he profits ce
cellent physical and mental con- * Ey es et ee aan : ne
. gin of 141 runs. After the match, +
dition, but his only problem now ee "haved ee sek be) ah: ertcket SENIOR FIRST
is one of style. upremacy between Canada and GRADE AWARDS
“Turpin is the most unorthodox England | were presented © The Senior First Grade Ex-
. R. W. V. Robins, the captain of the , I deneble foe Ave -vene
fighter of any prominence that I ch eel seat at Cc ~ hibitions tenable or five years
7 ” Sl ‘i a touring English Marylebone ric fr Septembe 1951. have beer
ever saw,”"he declared, He vio- ket Club, by J. H. Gunn, the Presi- rom Septem er, 951, have bee
lates all the rules that are taught dent of the Catiadian Cricket As- @warded to;— Gloria Eileen Rol
to boxers. In order to fight him coeiation. The Ashes are the re- lock, Julian Haynes and George R
properly, Robinson must assume @ jyains of a totem pole burnt in Maynard.

style that will also be completely
unorthodox.”

Robinson's four sparring part-
ners are using unorthodox tactics
similar to those used by Turpin.

British Columbia,—(CP)

TURNER WANTS TITLE
FIGHT

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 11



What's On
‘Today

They are pulling away from Unbeaten Gil Turner of Phila- :

punches, using wide stances, squat- qelphia demanded a shot at Kid Police Courts and Court of

ting instead of bobbing and at- Gavilan’s Welterweight title poin'- Original Jurisdiction —

tempting rabbit punches in the jng to his tenth round techni- 10.00 a.m.

clinches. cat knockout of former lightweight Monthly Meeting of the
‘a : neice hitter King, Ike Williams, for emphasis Council of the Chamber
Turpin is an explosive hitter His manager, George Kats, hint- of Commerce — 2.00 p.m.

with either fists, said Robinson. ed however if a title bout with Meeting of the General

on did not “oan per + Gavilan is not availabie immedi- Board of Health — 2.30
ime during re «3 on ENT. ote i¢ «would willingly send p.m.

However, I could feel the stunning 7 yy. ceatnat contender: . Sly Police Band at Powell Spring

effect of his blows on my arms Graharn UP, site, Bathsheba—8.00 p.m.

and shoulders when [ blocked CINEMAS

Mi Robi . ’ Ateteb soe and Ee pm
But tobinson surprised by- YESTERDAY S Empire: “Valentino” — 4.45 and

standers by belittling Turpin’s
ability as a body puncher. He said

WEATHER REPORT

he could not understand why so from CODRINGTON
much had been written about Rainfall: 33 inch
Turpin’s midriff attack. Total Rainfall for month to
date: 4.02 ins.
The gate for the fight is now Highest Temperature:

approaching the $300,000 mark and
every gate record for anything but
a heavyweight fight is now well
surpassed. Ringside seats are

84.5 °F.
Lowest Temperature:
12.5 °F.

Wind Velocity: 7 miles per

selling well, even when they are in hour
the 22nd row, where customers Barometer; (9 a.m.) 29.941
are grabbing them up at $30. (3 p.m.) 29.877

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ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY SI TTMBER 1951 PRICF PI Iran Gives U.K. Ultimatum ITALIAN *i.\Mr.l VIIIK Threatens To Expel UK Oilmen TEHERAN. Sept. 11. J RAN sent its ultimatum to Britain, warning that British oil experts will be expelled from the Country unless Britain accepts Iran's terms for settling the dispute over oil ii.itionaliz.it um PROTEST ii'. I-it h.im.in.u v Opposition cf Ihe HrrtoiV Aaso.1-1 lion I %  -..lid b> Ihr |I:-,MI \y Lndrr Mr. E. K. Walrett. • r-.trrda> waited on HK I \i .ll.---... Ihr Governor and i." n-t.'il n.nnsi Ihr -.ending of Mr. M E ( ox M i las .i dHi-jcii*lo rcprrienl Rarhado* at Ihr Tourlal Cnnfrrenre In Kanlo In-miii* %  Mi" mould The irounda given were lhal .11 sevrral oeeaslons Mr. (ox had publirly e*prrwd his opposition lo Ihr MM ..cement of lourUm In tinIsland France's Keooven Astonishes Vice President Of Brazil PARIS. Sept. II. Joan Cafe Filho. Vice President of Brazil, said he was astonished by thr industrial and economic recovery of postwar Trance. Answer 1111 quMUOM during thr Press Conference in the Bnulltaa Rmbassy. ('..ft v Ino aid hi* vutit lo Scandinavia had been a very, short one, but he fully appreciated the need Brazil has for. specialized technicians from Scandinavian countries and also the ( o 1 Scandinavian He itTMUd that hiwas unable to sign ui| contract! foi UM gvsntual acquisition *r this material for Brazil since Ins tup WM nol u OOCMI one. Hi-fi--1 inn to UM qua U Scandinavian request for the extension of the air service through Brazil to Chile, he said having been away from Brazil for the lust two months he did not follow very closely the subject, but he WHS ure "any derisions taken hy In* Hrarilutn Onwrnment were in no way deflnltr and could be reconsidered." Talking; of France, thr BrazilPl %  Mid France increased her ...dustrlal production by 40 per cent, compared with pn -IP. The note was dispatched to the i-.inUisM in WaahlnaiiMi. to be handed to W. Averell Harnman. President Truman's special >vho acted as an intermediary In the oil talks which broke down last month. Harnman was asked to hand 1 the ultimatum to the British. I British and United Stales' sources here, said that ii was considered very unlikely" ihat after handing the note over to Britain. Harriman would agree to serve again as madia tor. The ultimatum restated Iran's 'last chance" terms, all of which have proved unacceptable to the British in the month's long negolartoni Opposes! PramJar Mohammed Mossadegh Orad of! the ultimatum, without Obtaining Parliament'B| rollered a VOW last week but tWaM obtain 1 quorum for a rota in UM MajUa the Ixiwer House The Deputies, opposed to the ultimatum, boveotted both sessions The Shah who is returning to the capital tonight, from .1 vacation on the Caspian Sea. was understood to be Irritated at some of Mossadegh's recent statements I Minister, Hussein Ala, published a denunciation of M0B> sadegh for saying that the Court was infiltrated with "British agents."—I'.P. U.N. Command Admit Bombing Of Kaesong TOKYO Sept II ilici lhal a Umleri Na* 1.1 on the .•lo.i> lo thr lhn.1 bnmbsr *T.HF 1 lion* pilot bonii. night of September 1 group, thestatr-menl MM. The admission cm.altar %  long aeries of lal raSfatfcMa of Comr Nauoog f uri ... Karsong The llr.l reaction hare was lhal the admission might alter Ik entire %  Mlutloa Rldiwaj' had suggntrd that the Iruce talKs win, I, UM Had. br t, | „„ j,,,, JJ .,„ .„,,„„,„, ,„„, 1 N rUiia. violated Kamongs neutrality should be moved to a new site. In olm.al stgtements broadeasta by Red radio's Comiiiuiu.l. (SSUl and kept in.lsling that their eauplaMl %  >:. %  stalflMW Wks made In -1 munlst oeaseflre dl legation It ,|1^ HldgwaVs pfafjoaal .i new trie*and demanded that ha admit th. ranBO ihe alleged neutrality i i. II. .i .%  -. i Nations Command announced to-nlghl that the United Nation.borttar lot borabad tlie trtaM CosUanoea t'ltv of Kaesong on September 1 as Communists had charged The pilot ..I tlM thud bomb group alia, k.-.l Hi.. .,i %  -'i.. 1 101* f..r the purpose of the Armi*Ue. Conlaranea ... ,,,,.,, i ,,,. ... ,, 1( ,, talll "Th. Untied Nations Command regrets thiviolation o/ the agree.1 neutralit) which resulted iron, the pflofi error in navigation." the statement said. "Appropriate disciplinary action is being Initialed. It |g no,ed ,l '-' lieing conducte.1 l> lite liai -on orncers who established as a fact Ihat no damage resulted from the I I From I/.' {hinif: iI .8. Carriers \\ ill Have Atomic Bombs -MC CCRMICK I ( %  ircratt i 'Golden Age'Will ComtiNearer With Real Peace OBSERVERS THINK Russia I,ii-l I Vr-limAl Peace Treat) NaTO YORK, Sept. 11. Kenneth Voungar, British Minister of State, said Rusaja lost prestige in the Far East at the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference tn San Francisco. He said "tha Russians did not put up as good a show as we expected and they did not take advantage of thti situation to tun DCI the coherent line of the appeal lo Asiatics. "It did not strengthen her presT.ge in the F.tr laat Younger, who headed the British delegation until the arrival of Foreign SeePftarj Herbert Morrison, left Ne York for laondon— I'.P. Hurricane's Force Decreases WASHINGTON, Sept II One of the two Atlantic hurricanes moved towards New YnrkFuropean shipping lane, but the •econd was petering out as it .ippioarheii Iceland. The Wither Bureau reported at 3 am. thai a more aavara hunirane was about 400 miles south%  >( Newfoundland, moving al about 2B miles an hour, with winds of H!S miler. on hour extending JfMJ miles centre. The rrport said Ihe h'.rrlcane is the llfth this year and u likely to m-nortn t aal at an increasing rate of speed, but slowly will decrease its intensity during th< next 24 hours. The Weather Bureau advised caution, but said damage is not expected because the ships had received ample warning of approaching winds. The second hurricani. the sixth of Uia yrcr. decreased to severe storm proportion* as it moved lag III fall ami! at :ibout 40^nilei hourlv toward Ireland. —r.p. TANkER AFIRK PROVED A IIOA\ MIAMI. Sepl. II 1'incoast guHd ISM i->-'i.i' u il the SOS picked up saying tnat Iba Gulf Oil Company tanker wai aflre proved a hoax. The coast guard and navy spent three vain hours In search by ai' and sea for thr S Gulfiav. -i 10 000-ton tanker reported in distress off Key w><-l —IP. How Englishmen Are Helping J'ca (Front Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Sept. 11. PROM NEWCASTLE in the North of England to Powav In the South, money and (joods are now being collected for Jamaica's Hurricane Relief Fund As a bare statement of facts this may not mean mtMh i" •' %  • thousands of Jamaicans who losl their homes and pos-ses the full forces of nature broke .-I "h" island last month. Poasll %  story may do something to comfurl UMBI until help actually irnvc hut it is a story i-pical ..I htmdri I Last week from the Hurricane Iteiief Centra in Loitdon uppeal was sent forth tn Lord l^-( Provosta %  stof every rity and town in Great Britain calling for i rip for Jamaica. One such appeal was sent %  t Fowey— m 2500. Instantaneous The rtaettoo WJmsiantaneoua. Within a couple of hours of leoeiving the appeal i at was on its way from the Mayor. Of Fowey agreeing lo start a fund I;I am also requested on* thousand copies or a handbill announcing the launching of the r-pueal. two days those handbills could haw been in Fowey by post but that was not good enough for this little Corn Ion and nick take thi-ir tn P^ddinaton Station. %  end collr.-ted at Fcwev. had been distributed around the town. lint •van lhal was not enough, fowey printed 5O0 of its oaff handbills and then today .'a see.rrived al the Wesl Committee Office and took hem through to Paddington. too early to check the amount already collected by Fowry Amounts ranging fv one shilling upwards have been coming in steadily for the haft 1WO or three dayi. The total may not he known foi ;i week. But while this spirit Jamairans will realise'thev gf not alone. First Woman To Swim From England To Fran**' SANGATF-. Fniin-e Sepl. II North American P^oran wick o\-ercame pea ( \i;i;nii KKNWOKTIIV) WASH1NGTOH, Snt. II. RUSSIA S BEHAVIOUR at -San Kiuiu is, little hope United States officials had lately foi truly peaceful ielati6ns with the Soviet Union in the near futUM North American}, generally think that real peace with Rujfda would bung the world near to Ihe "Golden Age'" with low coat ennsumer gtHids in abundunce, and frfjan ID from fear. They believe this because they see n<. oth T major threat of war among the nations Dun from Sovi itexpansion ism. Vision-, of change of heart in Russia have flitted through the minds of lrail*-ii Itatra. IH-<*UI>. as a result of Soviet tall "real 4ieace." "a IruM Ii K .out laatlngi of ilnoare [riandBhlp of the |>eople<, of tinBoVMl Union toward UM of whole world." This lasl. was in a letter which Nicola Shvcrmk. r %  let %  of UM B a k I risaliHuii sent to President Truman Sceptical of Red % % %  Mrlt) i i' that relations would Improve '... %  ... %  peace talk In the Hi UMJ %  raeoni Incad mat ihe Kremhr raffln • ... isiMlnn and fear—it could not its own Impovanahed mluioni much less its diacont.-n!. without frightening UlSTfl into subruasion with the Ample l>i,do( IVare In the -. that even with genuine deeds on thttl pai instead of mar* of peace., some ofllcials think it would be five years before confidence in Cotrunui could be r%  %  irsd The Sovn-l sikiiatui'iof the San Francisco trc.ii^ in eastern Asia arOuld have b"-"*!! at least a small sign of i lion on Russia's part, officials said. But, instead, the Kremlin chose to fight %  gain I thai pas* when it 50 other %  %  -, ; trues would not them of v MlOWl %  would only me an •< lull before %  riuSi Overseas I or Bill o. iirgi-.! 'i ri |.-i interWklCll Wolll.l .. ahrougti i th,a IBM i> CBAMOn ii*an SsnafaM w.isin Mans da %  Cl arges that two I %  en raealled ; H I I .III! i %  I .in .i IU in which btiyi StaU -•'i Hi %  11granted asylum In Ull 1 1 MM be I '"^ when I %  Mil) i-vjii I.IM IMBD I %  te^ Tuesday wiln \ S %  I Obas iwvtewing the W B Threi Fi reigi II i %  i %  %  ,. ,. -.:,, %  %  But | roe* %  KCI.AXATION Tn. I rela* ihe exchange i Mm tions_ linong M %  %  Appeal For Help For Jamaica Vice Is With Good Response DESPITE THE KAIN clothing and hard" i ecaii ed .it Qusaii'g P stored twaj In . i Scouts U.S. Marines Drire Through Retl Lines H HOHr. HI V KB MILLION EIGHTH ARMY H.Q. faspt '. I states rnarinai by booming artOfc barrage, drove forward throiajl i the dsepi into NorUi Korea aw I giound forces Ihn year. %  Mai IB :> know i. to be oe Ua Bastarn Proat, but Army censorship would no permit idcntilu ation of UM pofhl %  Ha> svanlni UM h bad gaine.1 :h< -H P IN CAPRI-King Karouk of f.(gueen N." 11 %  r m an ved ii Capi i T %  ..ate I r I, P iroul Iimm will pen / Cnpri hefnee ending their honey%  Slill [aMsjIdg ATHKNS |S| Ths I of Field V with |us1 .i I' Parlianv There %  whether :.. %  %  third piie Liberal Parl iCI'l •Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund Another drlrrmlnrd effort i rrquirrd II thr fund I* lo i'i-!i Ihi>10.U0 mark in llonr\i frM data. M*n> il.oijliuns did nol rearh the lund rslrtilj> % %  ii il moved stall liawl| a.i irmii reaWdai' %  letal HAVK V(l Ml N \lll II DON AIIIIN \l I.MUM I I" .1 |i many more | riu Jam ilca Kurrv inw RatlK i ,t K HOUM PRI %  I th. Part Hou i %  V MCA inHlng il out "" followinii II.II la I .,! i.i. 'i t. agai ull yaw attattl on urgjtot nsad i"i sdothln i n ti,i.-i, in .i an %  tea inon tn,. night "t ^ K i %  UM h %  of ..so i II Ml ha\ •I it IMffaaRS .-II il in Hh> nul makr sure t>da> Whatever II is send to rlthrr ol Ihr Banks or lo Ihr otlu-r of this \rws w legged. . *— B Seahill i H n Ml Palrsiinr Pmee Talks PfMlponed PARIS. Sept. U %  %  thcr pmtponrd Tuesday night SI Arab-Ir;.i dashed %  Bettlemeni from the i ponsorrd eonfesansi The P1 mission bi Palmar of Btab net l r.oon and :•' the i said it sti! t kl :. whether %  ronference lo end th* —I TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART %  ansfsa I w am. .sunset: 6.UI pm Mi n (irl (;uartrr Mahting .0S p.m. Huh Tide: I *i a.m.. I.3 p.m. Low Tide: : 48 a.m.. 1.57 p m U*S* Plans Independence For West Germany In Return for Troops For Furoftean Army .IOSKI'11 W GaUOGI FRANKKl'ItT Sept 11 THE i.'.NlTKl) STATB£ ha prat s detailed plan for giving waste] n Gsrnumj vuiu,l!v i ompatta Incb i-iinin Ihe near luture in eliirn for the German U ft taJtlng to luim-s.li truooa i. i .. biropean Defenci n iponslbla United Stales sources vui.l 1II br Qreal Drluln UM Washiiujlor. lug talki Th. i'nrd %  %  mi put UM proaran ,i *' i Had in .i . and United State* SecntVfy of St.,-. I < %  %  are to re Iterate the sspssl 'or speei> ient he made in recent personal ^ M lan Secrelan Herbert Uornaon and fninrl %  i \'.. I. i i ii. i. ..-. The Unit I i ordins l. .|| would even like || %  .nitby UM I nd >.r Octobi • •#1 *< i lei many and M-M.nj; down on paper tl • %  would nukt I %  there il littleactual Ukellhood %  Thr chief obstacles at the mo%  en i II eported lhal thi Unti-ii an. 11 ( -i %  ..I.. S| o.iii 1. n.ili-lI i| ... .., the reI gtTOng I-I %  celloi KCH %  Paggl "At eplidile" %  %  aan woul I ft, • |. We" to An. mriit Thsj • en nMofrt that Of Kin' 9 rlallsta, Adei i to get it approved b) P IP Dr. Tlmnison Reports On Social Diseases Dl <: M Thnmvin. A Daaaseai to ?h.Wast %  SI thiCaribbean MedIra, Tr.nldad. returnee: • rilghl hy Ii w bnef report J W "%  Co. iitrolle* f< ent and W'-l'.,'•nditi'iiis found during hi %  %  %  nd Bc4iie. 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WEDNESDAY, SF.rTFMBER It 1K1 nAKII.MHIS ADVOCVTI PAGE THREE SUGAR POSITION IS UNCERTAIN But 1951 Output Will Be Up SAYS BOOKER REPORT LONDON. Sept 5. THE PRESENT POSITION of the sugar market us clouded and uncertain as a result of the conclusion of the Aiifjo-Cuban Trade Agreement, says the directors' report of Booker BP it hers, McConnell and Co.. for the vear ended mbarSl, 1950. "Cnmmonwealth producers are most perturbed by the lack of co-ordination between H.M. Government departments which has brought about this new uncertainty." says the report, just published m London. i i %  .; McConnell re•Xpn IllB Tibs future f the Ca' "ho help anci iiiinadian market Is alao causing U.* %  ..: which w cun always, much anxiety baeauM current > bt sure of wnvinj from the Olcontra) and O t boi mteid ri onial Ofl .'.—west [ndt Indian—nnd other cli-mai iroople trade ratal l&M Can-—•re fortunate in the C lataTUCUVI ad a to lum to non-Commonwealth .vhich this department fultea jr aai for her sugar moat complex lespoiisi"It would be disastrous (or the Bunch West Indies, from much The report covi BraBMa Hfetn the ragar poinl of view Uvittaa ovat an • %  tintanctancy to bring about ttaa British West Indies, pan ..i.gemcnt — esincluding rum and %  hipping inter.rangeirtenl for which the British en. as well a the sugar IndusWest Indies themselves could in icy II report!, a net profit of IW WU lxheld iv.pon**ule." £43.'>.453 in 1050 as again-* 1127;.On January I. 1961. the com233 m 1949 and recommend* a pony's shippn.K and BlUtd interllnal dividend of 91 per eent. for esU were regrouped. La<" ve.irS t not ^fleeted h> thi. Circulated to tl rltn irgrouping said all McConnaU but ri and accounts u the tlte group bosat n M i<> in Boofcchairman's statement by Mr. A. er Line Ltd r .~. """ and distribution, wa in nxiuti. lo wold, raiting IhB prior Ihr consumer and can only WHO IS Mil < Presentation Seawell To Resident Tutor of UCWI Gknvlni tribute was paid by %  i I A Vauchan to I \ iey LhiugUui-SmiUi. Kesigant 1 f the I nlvaralty Col.eae of toe Wosi haiies. at a func. at Queen's College on M occasion was KM Annual Social Hfiuuun ofl the Extn-MMral Assocution of bW U> wi. 1 %  %  nee of a Itrae ral under: the Umvi i >n holiday in l.'ir island Mr Aubrey Dougla.-SmilJ. %  nted ixnttr liW Ii .—i-i. Kart litnenfl. Adii IH-IIOB. Prlrr Jordan. r-rI C*i rr V. %  ••—u Mas* OBW W. ( ,*.. Hgaj Jnalk*n CVIM. Mill Cl.tHM*ni ''i--. Ji-fui ru>i>r* Jik>n B.>iM Fraud* IU>*ne>. MYi Msr(i HNnandei. Mr*. M.ria M. > %  • n MM, Vi.nr.it PnrrlTK NollfUfvl. Vm.i MclnloMi. MrlnlnaH. M