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ESTABLISHED 1895







| BIG 3 OFFER PEACE:

TO WEST GERMANY

Full Partnership
In Europe Proposed

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
"THE WEST’S Big Three Foreign Ministers for-
mally announced today they agreed on a peace
contract to make Germany a full partner in the
European Defence effort.

The United States, British and French Foreign
Ministers said in a communique that they instruct-
ed the Allied High Commissioners to begin immedi-
ate negotiations with the Bonn Government to end
the Occupation and provide for German participa-

tion in Western Defence.
The Big Three agreement came—
after of conferences

five days
among Secretary of State Dean
Acheson, British Foreign Secre-
tary Herbert Morrison and French
Foreign Minjster Robert Schuman. |



It came within a week after
signing the Japanese peace treaty
at San Francisco — the peace
contract is a bold move to enlist
Western Germany’s great human }
and industrial resources against ;
Russia. '

The Communique said: “The}
Foreign Ministers have reviewed |
the relationship of their countries ;
to the German Federal Republic }
and agreed on instructions to the
Allied High Commission for nego-
tiations of mutually acceptable
agreements with the Federal Gov-
ernment—the effect whereof will
be to transform that relationship
completely.”

Early Agreement

U.S., British and French diplo-
mats declared they hoped negotia-
tions would “culminate in an early
agreement between the four Gov-
ernments to enter into effect to-
gether with an agreement for Ger-
man participation in Western
Defence through the proposed
European Defence Community
| whose forces would form part of

joint defence forces under North
Atlantic Supreme Command.”

The Mjnisters said directives they
issued to High Commissioners



called for the “integration of the
Federal Republic on the basis of
equality within the European
Committee itself included in de-
Veloping the Atlantic Community.”

“Such an integratioh wouTtd
thus be inconsistent with the re-
tention in future of the occupa-
tion status or of the power to in-
in Federal Republic af-

a EE

terfere
fairs.”

a

Foundation
“Ministers believe that agree-
ments now _to be reached with;
the Federal Government should
provide a basis for its relation-
ship to their countries until a
peace settlement with a unified
Germany becomes possible.”
The Communique noted that it
was impossible to give Germany
a formal peace treaty at present,
because of the separation from
Russian
many.
As a result of “division and
security problems” Allies would
be obliged to
| special rights. .
“They said these reserve pow-
ers are being retatned, however,
only in relation to the station-

controlled Eastern Ger-

retain “certain

H ing of armed forces in Germany
and the protection of the security
s of these forces, as well as to ques-
tions affecting Berlin and

Germany as a whole including an

eventual peace settlement and for

the re-unification of Germany.”
—(U.P)



Moslem Pilgrims
Die Of Sunstroke

CAIRO, Sept. 14

Cairo Radio reported from Mec-
ca on Friday that 200 Moslem
pilgrims died. as a result of sun-
stroke during the past two days.
A special Cairo Radio correspond-
ent said the heat was abnormal
while pilgrims failed to take pre-
cautions as the Pilgrimage to the
Holy shrines started with the
Quarban Bairam feast on Wed-
nesday. ’

It said casualties belonged to
various nationalities of the Mos-
lem world.

The Saudi-Arabian legation in
Cdiro is gaid to be checking the
report.—U.P.

FRENCH PLANE
STILL MISSING

PARIS, Sept. 14.
French and Spanish military
and civilian planes and French
naval vessels Searched in vain for
a French D.C.3 airliner missing





Jap Premier
Back Home
From ’Frisco

TOKYO, Sept. 14.

Premier Shigeru Yoshida re-
turned from San Francisco and
solemnly told the Japanese peo-
ple: “We must not betray the
hopes placed in us,” by the na-
tions who have signed the Peace
Treaty.

Making his first report to the
nation at a tumultuous Press Con-
ference two and a half hours
after his return to Tokyo’s Hane-
da Airport, Yoshida said: “At
San Francisco, I found the feel-
ings of various countries toward
Japan to be better than we, thé
Japanese people imagine. I also
keenly felt the great expectations
placed in Japan by the other
nations.”

Yoshida and his peace delega-
tion staff arrived at Haneda by
a Pan American clipper, with 12
sleek United States jet fighters
escorting the plane in to the field.
They zoomed low overhead as a
crowd of 500 Japanese and Allied
well wishers gave the delegates
an enthusiastic ovation,

Several thousand more Japan-
ese, waving small rising sun flags,
cheered Yoshida along the route
of his return to his official resi-
dence in Tokyo,

—U-P.



Communist
Tanks Attacked

U.S. EIGHTH ARMY HEAD-
QUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 14.

Six Communist tanks and two
self-propelled gums were spotted
= the western Korean front to-
day.

Allied tanks, artillery and planes
attacked them immediately.

Far to the east American
marines stormed the spiny ridges
of the east centra! front against
bitterly resisting Reds, The Reds
stood their ground and died
rather than surrender. —(C.P.)



UNSEAT
TEHERAN. Sept. 14.

A campaign to unseat Premier
Mohammed Mossadegh in the fight
over Iran’s oil nationalization poli-
ey to-day was gathering momen-
tum both inside and outside the
country.

It is said Zia Ed Din, a former
Conservative Premier and Pro-
British head of the inactive Na-
tional Party reopened his party
headquarters and rallied support-
ers last night.

In a speech denouncing the
Premier Zia Ed Din a favourite
of the Shah Mohammed Reza
Pahlevi is the man_ considered
most likely to succeed Mossadegh
if a fight led by 14 Oppositian
deputies in the Majlis (Lower
House of Parliament) succeeds in
unseating the Premier.

Britain, hopeful that Mossadegh
can be ousted, twisted an eco-
nomic noose tighter about Iran by
ordering ships already at sea with
cargoes of certain scarce materi-
als to change course and head for
other ports.—(C.P.)

Establishment Of
New Gold Standard
Urged On U.S.

YORK HARBOR, Maine
Maine, Sept. 14 |

George Sloan, Chairman of the
United States Council of the In-
ternational Chamber of Com-
merce Friday night urged the
United States to “exercise lead-
ership in the establishment of a
new gold standard.”

In an address prepared for de-
livery to the New England Coun-
cil here Sloan who recently re-|
turned from Europe urged the
adoption of “policies at home and
abroad which will make possible
the re-establishment of a sound
international monetary standard.”

He said restoration of mone-|}
tary stability throughout the,
free world “is a task which chal-}
lenges the highest type of states-|
manship in and out of Govern-|
ment. For without a common in-|
ternational monetary basis—a key
currency. or standard. by which
the value of other monies can be
measured—we can hardly hope to!
lay a solid foundation for inter-
national trade or even solid do-|
mestic economy. —U-P.

BERNARD BRAINE, M.P. |

IS OFF TO JAMAICA |



(From Qur Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 14
Mr. Bernard Braine, Conserva-!
tive M.P., Essex, Billericay Di-!
vision, who ended a four day visit!
on Thursday night, flew to Jamaica.
Braine told a Press Conference
that the West Indies should have
a much clearer indication of what
was going to happen to West
Indian sugar after 1953.



Reds Charge Of

New Violations

By PHIL NEWSOM

TOKYO, Sept. 14.

RADIO PEKING hurled new Communist charges of
Kaesong neutrality violations against the United Nations.
The Communists ggve no hint that they were any Closer to

resuming ceasefire talks,

Red China Radio charged that the United Nations “still

has no intention of stoppin

g their provocative acts’ and

claimed United States planes had again “violated” the
Kaesong area by flying over it three days this week.

Radio Peking said United
Nations planes flew over Kaesong

49 times on Monday, 16 times on|Ceâ„¢sequent upon

+ ceed and 29 times on Wednes-
ay.

Reds ignored repeated allied
reminders that there has never
been an agreement that Allied
planes would not fly over a neutral
conference zone.

General Ridgway's admission
that a United Nations B.26 ~had
strafed Kaesong accidentally be-
fore dawn on Monday was used
for more propaganda. Peiping
claimed the United Nations ad-
mission proved “the bankruptcy’
of the United States “policy of
threats and denials.”

Australian Wilfred Burchett, a
correspondent for the Communist
Paris newspaper Ce Soir said in
cne dispatch broadcast by Radio
Peking that Ridgway must deal
with all Red charges of neutrality
violations before the talks can be

more than two days with 39 per-; resumed.

sons aboard, !

Officials of the French line
“Alpes Provence” said this af-
ternoon the Mediterranean search
would continue in the hope that
some trace of the plane still
might be found.

The plane disappeared Wednes-
day on a flight from southern
France to North Africa.

—UP.



TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5.50 a.m.
Sunset: 6.03 p.m.
Moon: Full
Lighting : 6.09 p.m.

High Tide: 3.14 a.m., 3.43
p.m.

Low Tide: 9.42 a.m., 9.58
p.m.



}and in

It seemed certain Ridgway
could never back down from his



blank denial of all Red charges
Kaesong’s

the
strafing incident. —U.P.

“Are you the brokene
down old geyser?,” ~«.





“IR. J. M. KIDNEY, Chairman of

sal Turning yesterday. The Bath



the Commissioners of Health, opens the Public Bath (right) at Hother-
is the eighth in St-Micheal.. (Story on page 5)

All Quarters:

e . "8 . ‘ \ From
Nations Lay Claims *"*“"“

To Submarine Areas

$50,000 PARTY
AN “INSULT”




FAWLEY, England, Sept. 14.
PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE opened the largest
ojl refinery in Western Europe with a warning
to Iran that long delay in settling the Anglo-Iranian
oil dispute may lose a market for the Middle Eastern

country’s oil Dogs
—- Attlee spoke at the dedication
of the £375,000,000 Esso Refinery
here, Britain’s new “Abadan” and
me of its answers to Iran's Na-
tionalization of the Anglo-lranian
Oil Company.

He said that Britain and the
United States had arranged for
United States Oi] Companies to

Diseussion On
European Army
Starts Nov. 15

Oil Refinery ~



Confuse Old International Laws |

(By HARRY W. FRANTZ)

THE INTEREST of many
its of petroleum
confuse the time hon

which grew up When the rights of fishermen were the prim-| the Interior Minister, Mario Scelbé

ary consideration.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
countries in sub-marine depos

outside tefritorial waters has begun to
concepts of International Law,

recent years asserted rights of control or jurisdiction in
sub-marine areas far beyond the limited confines of terri
.

torial waters.



ADVOCATE J’CA
RELIEF FUND

A welcome “donation of
$240 from the Provision
Merchants’ Association led
the way yesterday in the
drive towards the five-figure
total, which however, is yet
to be reached. This cannot
remain far away if those
who have not yet subscrib-
ed, do so today. It would
be a fitting cfose to this
week's activities.

WON'T YOU SUBSCRIBE
TODAY?

It matters not which Bank
you send it to, or whether
you leave it at the office of
this Newspaper, it will be
thankfully received an d
gratefully acknowledged.

Opportunity beckons you
today.

Amt. prev. Wx,

t POP
Advocate Co., Ltd.
EH. M. .

5.00
M. E. 3.00
Mrs M. S. Evelyn 1,20
K. F. 3.00
Widow's Mite 1.00
c. B 5.00
E. & R. W 5.00

A. A. LM

Rev. & Mrs. Godson

Provision Merchrnts
Association

2 Sympathisers

15,00
4.00

240.00
1.50
10.00

Canadian Bank of Commerce
Anon 1.50

Barclays Bank (D.C. & O.)
Sympathiser 5.00
Mrs. I. M. & Miss A

Leach 5.00
Total $9,885.85
eee trims



Stabilization Of
Japanese Silk
Price Proposed

LONDON, Sept, 14.

The International Silk Associa-
tion Friday officially proposed to
Japan the stabilization of the
price of raw silk at $3.80 a pound
for Japan, 70 cents below the
current price.

The proposal which permits
10 per cent fluctuation either wa
was approved by delegates of t!
United States, Britain, Franct
Switzerland, Germany and Indi:
Ninety-three per cent of the silk
consumed in these countries i
Japanese

Italy, the largest free world
producer after Japan abstainex
from voting on the proposal at
the meeting of Directors whict
ended the Association’s week
long 16 nation Congress.

The Italian delegation was re
ported opposed to any silk price
stabilization.

—UP.

4-Man Delegation
Will Represent W.1.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 14
A four man delegation, compris-
ing the Hon. Albert Gomes of
Trinidad, the Hon, William Raat-
gever of British Guiana, the Hon
Donald Sangster of Jamai-
ca, and Sir John Saint of Barbados
will represent the West Indies at
the Commonwealth Supply and
Production Conference in an
advisory capacity to the Minister
of State for Colonial Affairs



|
Many countries, includihg the United States, have |



Some such claims relate only to
the ocean bed, others cover
Sub-marine mineral rights and
fisheries rights, while ‘he claims
of Argentina and Chile extend into
ithe disputed Antarctic areas. Some
vlaims extend to the limits of the

both

Vague “continental shelf”, others/|

described the geographical dis-
tance as great as 200 miles

F |

Fisheries Rights |

The case between the United!

Kingdom and Norway now before
the International Court of Jus-
tice at The Hague, relates only to
fisheries rights and the demarca-
tion of the befe line from which}
the four-mile zone of territorial|
‘waters is to be demarcated in ac-
cordance with international law.

of ITtalians,”



The question of the “continental
shelf” is not involved.

But international experts said
that the principles established by
tovrt in _referenee «to the
coastal base line would probably
be regarded ‘as significant by
many countries, which have claim-

ed “contiguous zones” in “terri-
{ torial seas”’.
InternAtional Claims

‘ The present international chao

in national claims to territortal
waters and sub-marine areas be-!
| yond territorial limits is described |
‘ geographically in a recent publica-
tion of the American Geographical
Society. It is written by Dr.
|S. Whitemore Roggs, at present
the Special Adviser on Geography
‘to the Department of State,

This authoritative. publication,
eafalogued the published claims of



all countries regarding “territor-
ial seas.”

“Never has national
adjacent seas been so numerous
so varied, or so inconsistent, and
never for nations facing the high
seas has there been so great a
need for universally accepted
specific limits of areas under
jurisdiction in the waters, sez
bed, and air space, adjacent to

their coasts.”—U.P.

More Than $35
An Ounce For Gold

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14
the Treasury
reiterated or
news conference
Statez does no
$35 an

Secretary of
John Snyder
Friday at a
that the United
intend to pay
vunce for gold.

Snyder made it clear in reply-
asked by a

more than

ing to this question
reporter at a Press Conference
which the Secretary held to dis
cuss the current meeting of tht
International’ Bank and Fund.

U.S. Will Pay No

“fs it correct that the US. i
considering relaxation of its op-
position to premium gold sales ir
the absence of a promise fron

other nations that they will cea
making such sales?”

Snyder replied that no action ha
tbeen taken on the gold questior

iduring this week's meetings ot
Bank and Fund Governors here
Snyder explained that the matter

is under study by Executive direc-
tors of the Fund. He said the U.S
‘will express its views at the pro-
per time before the directors
—U.P

RUSSIA IS NOT PLANNING WAR

LONDON, Sept. 14.

Spring and autumn are tradi-
tional war jitter seasons ‘in
Europe, but this autumn betting
odds by Europe’s top officials are |
against
| Yet thee is a lot of trouble in
| Eastern Europe, the Middle East,
Asia. Maybe more little |
‘localized wars, but no world war
is deliberately premeditated by
Josef Stalin.

Every top European and United
| States statesman who has dis-
cussed this problem over here for |
weeks, is thinking along these!
line



But being cautious they include
a big “if” in their arguments. The

another world war now.| “if” is this — if Kremlin does not

make a mis-calculation and over-
reach itself. The second “if” of
course is the situation in Korea.

If truce talks break down
pletely and a full scale war is re-
sumed in Korea, Europeans fear
the United States pressure tor
moving toward an all-out
against Red China mz be irre-

sistible But in Europe d¢

com-

war



pite



OFFICIALS BELIEVE

delicate situations
and the Middle East, it is
most confident post harvest au-
tumn for some time.

the

British Labour Prime Minister |
Clement Attlee was the latest
European official to state the °
war” thesis.

In a speech last week-end he
aid: “I do not believe that Russia

planning for war.”
Yugoslavia’s Marshal

almost

Tito has

! frontier surrounded by

in Yugoslavia) Stalin

{Soviet satellite nations Almo
daily they are violated with
rmimor incidents. He likewise feel

will not.deliberately pre
eipitate war

{| United States’ Special Ambassa-

claims in}

Government was asked in Par-
liament today why it permitted a
Spanish muilionaire to give a
$50,000 “housewarming” party in
Venice

The party
insult to

was described as “an
the misery of millions

Five Right wing Socialists filec
a question in Parliament asking

about the party. The Vatican
newspaper previously denounced
the party given by Spanish mil-
lionaire Carlos De Bestegui.
ARRESTED — Catholic source:
said four more Catholic priest:
in Shanghai were arrested or
September 6 o n_ undisclosec

charges, They included one Irish
priest, one Belgian and two Chi-
nese,

POISONED DINNER—A dinne
of poisonous mushrooms brough
death to five of a family of sever
in Germany. A local hospita
reported the mother died today
Four of her five children died
arlier this week,

TRANSPORT STRIKE A 24
hour general strike of al
public transport in Italy wa
threatened to-day by a Street-
car and Bus Union — unles;
immediate wage increases § are
granted. The strike is schedulec
for September 20. Special meet-
ings between Union representa-
tives and officials of the Ministry
of Labour have been set for next
Tuesday to reach an understand.
ing and avoid the strike.

TUNA CUP—-The Scandinavi:
team went ahead of th British
entry yesterday inthe second day
of the eighth international tun:
eup match.

NAVAL TALKS—Britain’s Firs!
Sea Lord, Lord Fraser, left South-
ampton tonight for the Unitec
States of America by the Queer
Mary. He will discuss with U.S











PARIS, Sept. 14 [replace most of the 32,000,000 tons m
Premier Rene Pleven disclosec [yearly production lost through the
Friday that the North Atlanti [closing of the huge Anglo-Iranian
Treaty Council will meet in Pari: | Refinery at Abadan. The new
about November 15 to decide tht | Esso Refinery is 15 miles from
future of the Buropean Army. Southampton on the south coast |
He said the N.A.T.O. Counci jof Britain, and it will produce |
meeting scheduled for late Octo- | 6,000,000 tons of oil yearly. |
ver in Rome will still be hek Six other refineries to be com- é

ut will consider other problems

pleted in Britain by 1953 will
primarily the question of the Med-

boost the natidn’s output of re-

iterranean Command fined products to 20,000,000 tons
Two reasons Pleven gave [01 lyearly, six times the output of

the change of location and time])948.

for the N.A.T.O. debate on how ar Speaking of the Anglo-Iranian

ill European army including Ger
man units should be formed wer
firstly: the United Nations Gen-
sral Assembly is sohecduled te
begin in Paris Nov 6 and it would
be easier for two important meet-
ings to go on simultaneously
Secondly the French Parliamen
probably will not return fron
its already much postponed va
sation until early November anv
it will have to hold a_ foreigi
volicy debate before any NAT(

dispute, Attlee said: ‘““We are anx-
ious to come to an agreement with
Iran and to resume our friendly
co-operation, but the Iranians
must realize that long delay may
lose a market for Iranian oil,”
—U.P.



King Joins



~“ °
neato of the European arm; Shooting Party
yojyec
—UP, EDINBURGH, Sept. 14
The King, still under treatment
for lung trouble, braved rain on
Lennox Boyd the moors Thursday to — =
re . shooting party from mor
Will Arrive Here Castle. He was accompanied by

the Duke of Edinburgh, husband
of Princess Elizabeth, on an ex-
pedition to Gairnshiel about four
miles from Balmoral. The King
returns to London by train Friday
to see physicians.

The Queen and Princess Mar-
garet will travel with him. Doc-
tors believe the King’s present
lung condition is the aftermath of
an attack of catarrhal inflamma-
tion of the lung last May. ‘The
King, 56, then was advised to rest
by lace officials. He said his
Australian tour next January will
be carried out as «on
—(C.P).

On Sunday

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 14.
Mr. A. T. Lennox Boyd, M.P
iccompanied by Major Beatty
arrived in Antigua yesterday anc
met officials at the residence of
the Administrator, Mr. R. St. J
QO. Wayne.
They flew to St. Kitts today to
neet His Excellency Mr. K, W
jlackburne and will return to
Antigua tomorrow, Mr. Boyd will
irrive in Barbados on Sunday.
de .is mid-Bedfordshire’s. Con- or

servative member,
Czechs Protest
Over Air Ban

LONDON, Sept. 14
An official Czech news agency



Bevan “Defeated”

LONDON, Sept, 14
Bevan is against the scale and
speed of Britain's rearmament



Jave "hie - ‘echteler ; >

ana . Serres, Fec aoe programme. Some Conservative }reported on Friday night that the
“WANTS. AID. hve ae Rha newspapers pictured as a sharp |Czech Government has protested

wander-dn
General De Lattre de Tassigny ha
arrived in Washington for talk
on U.S. aid to France to help he
end the war in Indo-China.



Beckles Made
Co-operative

Officer

It is officially announced tha
Mr. C, A. E. Beckles, Senior Peas
ants’ Agriculture instructor ha
teen appointed to the office o
Co-Operative Officer, Departmen
of Science and Agriculture, wit
eifect from 17th September, 195)

Mr. Beckles was born in 1912
and was educated at Queen
Royal College, Trinidad. He en

tered the Teaching Service in tha
Colony in 1934 and two years late
vas awarded a First Class Teach
er’s Certificate, having graduate:
from the Government Teacher
Training College at the top of the
Special Year Class,

In October, 1944, he was offerec
a Government Scholarship to th
Imperial College of Tropical Ag
riculture and on the completion o
his three-year course in genera
agriculture was awarded the
Diploma of that Institute. As fron
ist August, 1947, he actad a
senior Peasants’ Agricultura
‘nstructor, Barbados, and was sub
stantively appointed in this offic
vith effect from Ist September
950.

Mr. Beckles represented thi
‘olony in Trinidad in January
951, at the Technical Meeting or
tural Co-operatives, jointly spon
ored by the Caribbean Commi:
jon arid the Food and Agricultur
Organization of the Unite
Nations In August last he at
tended the two weeks’ course ir
Jamaica which was held by thr
Extra Mura! Department of thr
University College of the Wes
Tndies in collaboration with th:
Jamaica Co-operative Develop
ment Council.



To Represent

B.G. At Talks

Mr. Walter A. Husbands, Hon-
orary Secretary of the B.G. Foot-
hall Association, will represent
3ritish Guiana at a meeting of

to be held at
Rico, in con-
formation of a

Caribbean colonies
San Juan. Puerto
Nection with the





dor Averel] Harriman after A4le@asribbean Football Association.
quick survey of Western Europe on |

the heels of the failure of his Iran-|

ian mission, bolstered the no The “ADVOCATE”
war” thesis. He said he had lons

believed Stalin would go to great pays for NEWS

lengths to avoid a World War; but
added there was always a chance
that. Stalin and his fellow Kren

linites would underestimate th«

reaction of the West.—U.P





Dial 3113
Day or Night





SSS |
|

|

the 8,000,000 member Trade Un-
ion Congress recently backing up
Attlee’s rearmament programme
But the fact is Attlee won by a
nargin of only two to one—far
‘rom gratifying on such a basic
lisagreement -—— Attlee breaking
radition at the forthcoming con-
vention

He will be the main speaker
it the rally the night before the
*onvention while Bevanites meet

against the ban on all flights by
Czech planés over Western Ger-
many.

The ban was imposed by the
United States, Britain and France
in retaliation for the imprison-
| ment in Czechoslovakia of Associa-
ted Press correspondent William
Oatis and other Western nationals.

A Czech dispatch monitored here
said notes of protest had been

n another hall a few hundred {delivered to the Allied High Corn-
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bD*® H.*L. MASSIAH, son
Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Massiah,
M.L.C., and Mrs. Massiah of Colly-
more Rock is among the passen-
gers due to arrive in Barbados on
Monday by the Elders and Fyffes
S.S. Golfite from Southampton
He will be accompanied by Mrs
Massiah.

Other papsengers due to arrive
by the same opportunity are Mr.
F. St. C. Olton, Mrs. Clyde Wal-

cott, Mrs. C. A. Sayer, Mrs. K. M.
Sayer, Miss D. A. Crick, Rev.
K. W. Derham, Rev. and Mrs

G. L. Frost; Capt. and Mrs. G. M.
Gordon, Miss M. E. Griffiths, Mr.

H. L. Grogan, Mrs. F. C. James,
Mis: V. E. James, Miss M. Keat-
ing, Mr. De M. MacPhail, Mr. S
McCune, Mr. and Mrs, P. D.

McDermott, Miss E. A. McDermott,
Rev. J. E. Perkins, Mr. L. A.
Shields, Dr. and Mrs. K. P. Swis-
terski, Miss Swisterski, Rev. an‘
Mrs. N. Thomas and Infant, Master
A. N. Thomas and Mrs. G. M.
Yard.

Venezuelan Consul

R. EDWARD J. PERIE, Con-
sul for Venezuela in Mar-
tinique and a Commission Agent
of Fort de France, arrived on

Thursday morning by the S.S
Gascogne for about ten days’
holiday. He was accompanied by

his wife and family and they are
staying at the Hotel Royal.

Brother and Sister

N Barbados for about fifteen

days’ holiday are Mr. Charlie
Beaufraud and his sister Miss Gin-
ette Beaufraud of the firm of
Roger Beaufraud, merchants of
Fort de France. They arrived on
Thursday morning by the Gas-
cogne from Martinique anq are
staying with Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Lashley at Maxwell, Christ
Church

Back From U.K.
R. C. B. Williams, Assistant
Master of Harrison College,
returned to Barb2dos on Thursday
evening from England by air via
Canada and Nassau.

A member of the victorious 1950
West Indies team to England, he
stayed over in the U.K. for one
year and entered Durham Uni-
versity where he took his Teachers’
Diploma in Education,

Science Master Returns
R. NATCARMICHAEL,
Science Master of Harrison

College, returned from Jamaica

by B.W.I.A. yesterday morning

after spending three weeks’ holi-
day there.



NECONOMIC is the word I am
compelled to use of the anti-
quated system by which a scientist
who wants the toe-nails of an ele-
phant has to buy the whole ani-
mal.

The incident at Chessington Zoo
suggests that it would be cheaper
to colleet the nail-clippings at
regular intervals and send them
to market. Any scientist who
wants to extract the protein called
Keratin from these nails is bored
by having to buy an elephant and
house it in his laboratory. The
officials at Chessington have learn-
ed that, if you advertise an ele-
phant for sale, the hoaxers are in

clover, But you. would still get
the same hoaxing replies if you
advertised: Fifi has jus; had tve-

nails cut. Clippings 3/6sper doz.;
standard size.

Brigid Power’s elephant

=" finest set of elephant’s toe-

nails is to be seen, mounted
on velvet, in a public house at
Ballyhatinis in the County Mayo.
They came from a beast shot by
the famous Brigid Power, of Dun-
garvan, during her Indian tour
“You'd think you were in India,”
said the absent-minded Brigid
blazing away. “You are in India,”
éaid a mahout. ‘Well, now,” said
Brigid, “doesn’t that explain every-
thing?”

The Hidden Rhinoceros
(XM)

UMPIMOV, Minister of Tor-

ture, sat at his evil-looking
desk. With him was Brutl, the
police spy. “In the race to pro-
duce a deadly sausage,” said Brutl,
“England is well ahead. The agent
Driftwood-Dawkins has been sent
here to trick us into buying an ob-
solete model. The deviationist
Pfust is our danger. He has trap-
ped another English agent, and we
believe that he has the latest saus-
age, The———” Twentv-three shots
rang out, “What was that?” asked
Bumpimoyv. “Twenty-three devi-
ationists,” said Brutl.. “Were they
tortured before being shot?”
“There was nu time.” said Brutl,
“they were coming to shoot us.”
For answer, the Minister opened a
large drawer in his desk, and out
stepped. a hunchback. The little
man prised out four floor-boards

and whistled into the cavity. Out
lumbered——

Prodnose: I’ve got it! The rhi-
nocerous!

Myself: Don’t be a fool! Out

lumbered——
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golfers’ championship which took
place at the Hamilton Golf Club in
July He was beaten by Jimmy
Patton, general professional at
the Seigniory Club, Montebello
Quebec.

Back to B.G.

HE Misses Iris and Vivian
Craig of Georgetown, British
Guiana, returned home on Thurs-
day by the S.S. Gascogne after
spending two and a half months’
in the island. They were staying
at Mayville Guest House, Worth-
ing
Miss Iris Craig ig a Public Health
Nurse while her sister is attached
the Georgetown Hospital.

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Andrew, agsisted by the Reverend

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headdress, a gift of. an aunt in
the U.S.A., was a crown of pearls
and was kept in place by a finger-
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of Michaelmas daisies and An-
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by Miss Girlene Barnett ag maid
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Director of Medical Services, w:\i two weeks’ holiday here. He is bridal entourage ee Back Fire = Virginia: MAYO— MAT SUN. 5 p.m NEAREST
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Dr. O’Mahony will serve as an S t Th Week The reception was held at Rock- pack eas ae Chan & Ann SHERIDAN Claude RAINS
adviser to Dr. J. W. P. Harkness, pen ree eeks lyn Court, Belleplaine, the home . "pat Mae e MIDNITE TO-NITE
C.M.G., O.B.E., who has been oa ISS HILDA WEEKES of the of the Bride’s aunt and the honey- caidas te ee “THE SINGING SHERIFF” COMMUNITY
pointed United Kingdom delegate Probation Office, returned moon was spent at “Fleet View”, cong. MIDNITE TO-NITE Rob Crosby and c ay :
i J : pee te 5 aaa ahaha “Mystery of the ith Guest” & “STAGECOACH BUCKAROO” = i - SINGS
at the Meeting. from Grenada by B.W.I.A. during Bat | Dawn on the Great Divide” Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight a
the week after spending three Trinid - - WILLARD PARIER » URA MERI, « M.A DEED ee
i i i seeks’ idé e, She was 2 Screen Play by Nat Perrin and Ci inyon ser ~*
Architect in Windward weeks holiday there, She w as the rinidad Student i AS > Saesated be : & COLUMBIA PICTURE
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R Onn acne G t at Point Saline. ISS JANET THOMAS, a aa a Le bl eM panes ene
dt yy Srovernmen * tudent from Trinidad, re- aaa
Architect of the Windward For Tourisnt Talks turned home on Tuesday evening i
Islang", yrrived on Thursday from R. M. E, COX, M.C-P., left by B.W.LA. after spending part R 0 ¥ A L
St. Vincent by B.G. Airways and W nee ei) al a lie ye, of her summer vacation in the a Today to Sunday — 4.30 & 8. 15| Mon. and Tues. — 4.30 & 8.15
left yesterday morning by B.W.1.A. B.W.1LA. or Siudac rujillo, sland. She was staying with Mr. a 2
for St. Lucia. He was staying at Dominican ee ae a e ard Mrs. Timothy Forde of Hother. o-night 20th C-Fox Double Fox Double - - -
the Hastings Hotel an observer, The hird Anntal — : Ee
& General Meeting of the Caribbean sal Turning. | Ann BAXTER ark GAN
With Barclays Bank Interim Tourism Committee. Incidental Intelligence e it j Dan DAILEY Myrna
R. TERRENCE KING of Bar- So it~ Bicihdaceanain nc & vist in in
clays Bank, Antigua, who oom N American woman tourist ir “ N J DRAMA”
came up to Barbados due to the R. LAWRENCE FIELDING of Jerusalem, told there was a 7 “TICKET TO TOMAHAWK” | “MANHATTAN MELO
death of his mother, returned yes- Messrs Hunt and Winterbot- new road from Dan to Beersheba, ’ and
terday morning by B.W.LA. He tom, England, left yesterday by gsaiq in amazement: and g
was accomp*nied by his father p,W.I.A. for Trinidad on his way “Well! I never knew that Dan CLUB Mi “MY BLUE HEAVE “YELLOW SKY”
Mr. 1. F. King of “Ventnor,” Rock- tg Caracas after spending two and Beersheba were places. I al- MY Starring
ley. weeks in the island. He was ac- ways thought they were husband * es hier Lk hited Starring
es companied — b; Mrs. Fielding. and wife, like Sodom and Gomor- e most Beautifu ight Club from Miami to Rio : pen aes, 2c:
On Short Visit mies were sawton at the Marine rah,”—Paul Steiner, Israel Laughs. with a world-wide reputation for good food Betty GRABLE Gregory PECK
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THREE TOURIST SHIPS will be calling at Barbados yr. Adolphos Wyatt, Miss Heather |
i i 2 Smith, Edith Robertson |
for the first time during the 1951—52 season for tourist From St. Lucia :
ships, They are the Cunard White Star Liner Caronia, the SEE SATION G0, Serre Seen!
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique Liberté and the saunders, nk Scherzer, Fdicia Nile \
Empress of Scotland of Canadian Pacifie Railways. Todi Marlineace h
Added to these, the Mauretania and the Stella Polaris De Briant Marie Crosnier hi! t 1
Paige ua : : M : From Guadeloupe | What can | do?
which are familiar to Barbados, will be making calls. The Georges M. Nassief
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Mauretania and the Empress of Scotland have planned Pe ee ont en —— Se RERES COG
two visits while each of the others is making one call. Deane, Henry Arnel, John Rose a Pee ee
—_ - . — Opening the visits here for the ~ A a
e tourist ships is the Caronia which Harold Bayne, Cecil Williams, Ray Darr | ‘ >
Stole Pi e is due on January 9 and she will DEPARTURES BY BW.LAL | TTAMEL has conquere! tens of and why it acts so quickly and so
7 IZ: be followed on February 7 by the Snpiee Taylor, Ci Marenell, Rew-| 1. t : thly. From the first dose
¢ ; t A Ye Empress of Scotland. The Em- Sr Farce Dae didieeaae, Lares | - thousends of coughs. For thoroughly rom the first dose
press of Scotland is making her er ‘ } Maynard ie } é ‘ wm asl samel case » 4 bron
e s ear return visit_on March 14. The € ke. osalas | ; it has teen recommended Famel cases the inflamed bror
ee Liberte is scheduleg to arrive on as ; susan. | w Dectors, Nurse ospital chial passages and builds up
Their Honours Mr G. L, Tay- February 16. Hall, Pet sve ll, | by Dectors, Nurses, Hospitals chial passag
lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, On February 22, the Stella Lawrence Fielding | and Sanatoria everywhere. The your powers of resistance while
Judges of the Assistant Court of Polaris will be arriving and four ae ee | | } t fae eee ,
Appeal yesterday sentenced Ru- days later the Mauretania will be yilie White, Cy ; reason? Simply this. It ‘con- itis destroying the germs which
pert Bowen, a iabourer of White dropping anchor at Bridgetown , ‘ ' j
i 5 : } air soluble tocre: : yave caused the cough or cold,
Hill, St. Andrew, to 12 months’ The Mauretania comes back on ee ae t — luble Rosrepion have ca. ae
imprisonment with hard labour April 3, according to schedule. garet Thomas eae Me Ah! ch discovered in the Famel labor The moment you suspect ’flu, or
for the larceny of a pig the pro- With these scheduled arrivals, | ° What a difference ' | ck
perty of Eloise Forde. the coming season for tourist 7 | Zubes eased my cough and soothed ; atories and this ingredient catch a cough or cold, take
By doing this Their Honours Ships promises to be a great im- HAKBOUR LOG | my throat in no time! | =e hhidstes and Famel Syrup and you will have
confirmed the decision of Mr. J, Provement on the 1950-51 season. | } enters youl OUstream anc a . pa ve
R. Edwards, Acting Police Mag- The five ships coming to Barba- Carli a | atta * trouble roo started on the road to recovery
istrate of District “F”. Mr. J. $, 408 this season will be making In lisle Bay } attacks the trouble at its root. started ox oac ecovery,
B. Dear appeared on behalf of Seven calls while last year two gal eee Masectinen, Sie. Lydia Adee. That is why Famel is soeffective Always keep a bottle ia the howse,*-
Bowen while Sgt Henderson at- Ships made three calls. Sch. Franklyn D. R., Seh Rosarene| Sch ;
tached to District “F” Police : a 4 arrict Whittaker, MANS Ledy Joy, Sch
Station prosecuted for the Police. On World Cruise Frances W. Smith, Sch. Lindsyd li, Sel |
Eloise Forde of White Hill, St Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch, Phyllis Mark REG? |
ag T . é ( s, is Sch. Agusti B. Compton ch. Turtle
Andrew, told the Court that on . The Caronia, 34,000 tons, is qn oe \a tus 5 Ss mptos Son Ture
+ 9) 5 ; a world cruise and Barbados will : iia . , : : e
August 20, 1951, she was asleep 5 pha, M Moneka j | Obtainadle in two sizes — from all chemists or stores.
; 5 ; : 7 “’ be the first port of call. She made ARRIVALS |
and heard the pig which she kept a ; awl $ ¥ ; : }
under the’ cellar ealive > She her first cruise to the Caribbean ss reeze, 4,380 tons net, Car !
looked out of : sar 5 nies 2" last year but she did not visit Bar- Bs from St. Luela. ene oa } Trade enquiries to :—
the Hedned 7 r _window 10 bados. Messrs. Hanschell Larsen ean hae, Gaciagy, S788 S608: te
about 20 aie op Rg de oo & Co., Ltd., are ae local agents. $5. 8 [66s ions tet Cau
a : ; : - The Liberte, 51,000 tons, never Wonds, from Amsterdam |
ree with the pig. She shout- yisiteq the West Indies before. She PRETENDER to the Spanish throne, Don Juan, who is on holiday with ¢¢ Ajcoa panne Re ee is oon , | Frank B. Armstrong Ltd.
= him but he kept on running. was ihe German passenger liner his wife at Zoagli, North Italy, has received a reply to his letter to Gen- capt Oistad. for Port Alfred. nn & the makers of the famous Zubes Coughitiature | BRIDGETOWN
ous 3.30 p.m. the same day she Eylope until she was recondition eral Franco, saying that the General agrees that the time has come to Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net ‘
saw Bowen on the Wharf and put eq to run for the French line. She prepare for a restoration of the monarchy in Spain. Franco insists how- Capt Noel. for Dominica
him into the custody of a police- js consigned to Messrs. R. M. ever, that any future monarchy must recognize what he calls the basic \; hrc, far St fucin se Ee SAP "S
man. Jones & Co., Ltd. principles of the new Spanish state, since to abandon them “might mean Schooner D'Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt
F Formerly the Empress of Japan, @ second civil war.” This means Don Juan is asked to accept Franco’s Gooding, for British Guiana
Cross Examined the 26,032-ton Empress of Scot- syndicates, advanced social welfare laws, public works and industrial aa ae ae Re NH ton 6
USs2 SS 5 > “ap very or is Fula
Cross examined Mr. Dear, 14nd, with registry in London, is Programmes and Foreign commitment; particularly with Peron's Argen- "96° “fapia de Larrinaga, 4449 tons net
Forde said ah t ne Tr ear, also making her first visit to Bar- tine. Capt. Kay, for Montreal
orde said that the time she saw bados. She is calling to Messrs —Express. MV. Maria C., 4,380 tons net, Capt a a eevee
Bowen with the pig was about Da Costs & Co. Ltd alan od A aes Aare sh BATS n Kalkomdas, for St, Lucia
4.30 a.m. ¢ i yas i . . aan oe
0 am and it was bright. On The Mauretania calls to Messrs. % “ i . o MAIL NOTICES |
looking through the window she ~ Vie id St. Vincent, Martinique
a ; ; Hanschell Larsen & Co., Ltd., ne S rf) H i zon : ea ; . a
saw the defendant’s face and .. at") e 2 « a itikua, S Kitt St. Thomas, New
; = th keds AE while the Stella Polaris’ agents Yaak by the B.S. Bert Amherst will
ag raat — for he vom to are Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd. e j ¥ Y closed at the General Post Office a
ye quite close to her sometime Mi Wath 7 U. S 4 under
ago. ore Oi ana 9 e ef © Parce! Maii at 10. a.m., Registered Mai
Another witness for the prose- ‘ “ - 5 Oia ngeiercee eee Ae
cution — Cleveland Hunt — said No Colour Bar lo (From Our Own Correspondent)
that he saw the defendant with a 7 Pon eae. ae 9 Mails for St. Lucia, Dominica, Montser
pig in his hand. Army Commission GEORGETOWN, Sept. 12 rat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda, Baste, ;
BRITISH GUIANA’S IMPORTS from the United States Nallfax. Montreal by the S.6. Lady
This was about 5.30 am. on * : Pie Neh “aise ‘ t , a aes ante CS ee aN ee
August 20 while he was behind a , In a letter recently -received and Canada for the first seven months of this. year was ¢ AE ae se i
é St a B as be F190 OF Ms . 2 . : Parcel ail at 2m, on 0
motor car. The defendant lives {fom British Army Headquarters $513,654 up in value on those for the corresponding Peri0d tember 1951, Registered Mail at 9 a
about three miles from him, Rosa- oO Jamaica the policy etaibins wo in 1950, according to official figures released by the Comp- QySinaty Man at 10.15 am an the te)
lie Payne of Hillaby, St. Andrew, Office in respect of eligibility for troller of Customs Mails for St. Lucia by the M.V |
j : the King’s Commission is set out A ms. j .
also said that she saw Bowen with TI rated “elon ie z he Joy, will be closed at the General Pos',
the pig. rere 1s no colour bar to the Businessmen, however, are of Trade Balance Office as under bia
; ; holding of the King’s Commission. ; a ae . i at Parce! Mail at 3 p.m, on the 14th S&«
Bowen denied that he took a The sole criteria. therefore ure the opinion that with increased Import-Export figures at first tember, 1951, Reistered Mail at 8.30 a.
pig from the cellar of Forde’s ichatane She eundidate is up to aie scope to importers under the glance show an unfavourable trade Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m, on the 15th Sco)
house. In his address Mr, Dear 214 standard as the War Office Jtade Liberalization Plan and balance of $6,561,655, but when ‘mber 19!
submitted that the woman —Forde ©) res wha ; lower prices for similar goods of- various kinds of machinery, whieh ;
7 ; expec t ains from white | . ‘ 7 ’ , :
—could not possibly recognis Fe ee ee raat the fe fered in Canada amd the U.S.A. is more of a capital nature, is ac- RATES OF EXCHANGE
Bowen at that time in the morning; didate will be able to hold his ow as compared with the United counted for at $6,486,802 the real SEPTEMBER 13, 1951
it was too dark and: besides the jn and mix in with, the corpora- Kingdom to which British Guiana adverse balance is reduced to CANADA y
man she saw was moving away tive life of the service. is tied by sterling, the position $74,852. It is noted ‘Alsé thaf'while att pr Ce net” shat. pi oe :
from the house and did not even In applying this policy to appli- will show further improvements jmport prices sky-roeketed, even ihernand . pr
glance back to give her a chance to cants for Short Service and Regu- time goes on with correspond- with quality noticeably lower Draft 61.25% pr
identify him. lar Commissions, the only differ- ing benefit to local consumers, the values of major exports have v0 1 Cable ia onedibsy fale
t * ; ence between the two is that @nd maybe a decrease in the been subjected to controls of one ¢i¥/10 ary: Cuerenes 59 9/10% pr
No Search every candidate for the latter is present high cost of living. form or another. Coupon 9 2/10% pr —
No evidence was given that a canes — ay eae Sr ee It is observed on the other Local production has, however, i are siinetin U TOU ET SOA
search was made at the defendant's the r até ot Tinut nite hand that the Colony’s imports been rising appreciably, and for the Ss ven figure mar ' oe c - Use
house to find the missing pig and ’ eee ; from the U.K. for the period the first seven months of this ($2851,711), and Forest Products ie ; He an 7
the evidence should be reviewed ide: ceview hae alec-olinbed by veal ekports od bauxite ($2,068 ag if . anew Stay fresh all daylong —- use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap > - = >
arefully, $1,715,895 above the 1950 figure, 1,092,490 tons as against 842,022 EC pOPUS: age. Saree Ane in ¥ ity bs er § shenever y an has / >.)
re ne Se ce PLAYING FIELD j OV 1e 1950 figure > ) Me 5 a caer 1 1020 pallons of settled lime juice in your daily bath shower and ete ~ a fic} }
sdicion ¢. : s~ were satis- 7 1, The Colony’s imports in 1951 ? F 6,333; 186,480 proof gallons ot wash, Lifebuoy’s deep-cleansing lather really Drs HY /
Cee ea a eS ae Re . INQUIRY REPOR'| ame i te a $35 $63,893 * while Increases were also recorded ir re roof rum, ($256,760), 8,74€ . wh ' rR ‘ re “ L ws ays
fied that the defendant was the © Tne Hon’ble the Colonial Sec- BCU e die eee on OID 11y, orren . vary aoe : frees you of weariness, keeps you looking fresh , A770 7-S Sy) phic Lat
snan whom Forde saw that morning yetery told the Advocate yester- total exports value 28,902, 11¥. lime juice, rum, rice molasses, proof gallons underproof rum he sys en | (Liipuvy & / / —
moving away with the pig. He had gay (‘that Sir Clement Malone, Britain enjoyed the bulk of the fresh vegetables, chareoal, fish ($65,142): 39,571 tons of sugar so much longer. Buy a tablet today and discover . sn .
lived near her and she knew him Commissioner at the Princess Alice import trade $16,730,843 or glue, diamonds, greenheart and 971,166 tons of bauxite ore, dia- for yourself the difference it makes ! J \y
well Playing Field Inquiry has sub- about 47%, while Canada, our other timber, railway sleeper onds, sawn greenheart and other | we
The keeper of the criminal mitted his report and, according best customer in that she took shingles, ind of sawn timber, and lime . 1, . . si be ae ; ’ ¢
records at District “F” said that to Section 7 4 the Commissions $13,246,442 of our exports (nearly Sugar and its by-products (run I, : FOR PERSON tL I RESH VESS ALW AYS "4
Bowen had four previous convic- of Enquiry Act, the report has half) together with the U.S.A., and molasses) accounted for no Canada’s exports to British Gui e VBA bones
tions for larceny and, that he had been submitted to the Governor- shared only $9,449,170 or about less than $14,673,711 or just over ana included flour, moked or dried wibT eonvtlions al provuee
been sentenced to 12 months’ im- in-Executive Committee and will 27%. Britain on the other hand half of the value of exports. fish, pickled pork, milk, potatoes
prisonment with hard labour for then be presented to both Houses took only $10,089,944 of British Bauxite was next with $8,705,436, piece goods, electrical machinery, 3 i ts ee

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Saturday, September 15, 1951



Co-Operative Oificer
THE appointment of a Co-operative Officer
is another step by the Government which
will win general approbation. For some
time now it has been realised that there
was a growing need for co-operatives in
this island, but the absence of the requis-
ite machinery prevented the formation of
any societies. The selection of Mr. C. A. E.
Beckles for the post is the final step which
will assist in fostering the movement,

It is as well that the new Co-operative
Officer should be an agricultural specialist
but it is imperative that attention should
be paid to other fields of endeavour which
might benefit the people of Barbados.

There are nearly 20,000 small land hold-
ers in this island who are at a disadvan-
tage. Each competes against the other
when all of them produce the same goods
and the absence of scientific knowledge
prevent them from getting the best out
of their agriculture. They are bound by a
natural suspicion because of their past ex-
periences in attempts at marketing.

But above all this they have never had
explained satisfactorily to them the sound
reasons why they should cease this suici-
dal competition and by pooling their re-

sources get the maximum benefit from
co-operative societies, The immediate ad-
vantages of any co-operative movement

among small land holders include the pur-
chase of manures at cheaper prices, the use
either loan or rental of machinery
which would improve the methods of cul-
tivation and the obtaining of scientific
guidance as to the rotation of crops.

It is clear however that the Co-Operative
Officer must pay attention to other phases
of the matter if the agriculturist is not to
be disheartened by gaining maximum pro-
duction with no outlet for profitable mar-
keting.

Now that the Government has provided
the machinery for fostering co-operatives
it is the duty of private enterprise to in-
stitute at an early time proper means of
marketing and distribution, The strongest
movement towards agricultural progress
in this island was ruined about 20 years
ago because small agriculturists who pro-
duced vegetables, fruit and ground provis-
ions found that they were working at a
great disadvantage because of the misdi-
rection of the profits.

Mr. Beckles is a well qualified agricu:
turist who has recently attended a short
course on Co-operatives in Jamaica spon-
sored by the Extra Mural Department of
the University College of the West Indies.
It is true that agriculture offers the best
field for the launching of a really sound
pygtem of co-opetfatives but meanwhile
the general public should not hesitate to
form societies not only those co-related to
agriculture but which would cater to other
services as well. Fishermen and poultry
keepers might well take note of the times
and endeavour to rid themselves of many
of the difficulties which they now experi-
ence by the formation of co-operative
societies in various districts and ask for the
help and advice of the new officer during
the formative stages. It will all assist to
improve the economy of the island.

by



Anomaly

THE appointment of a new Attorney General
Mr. Wylie, to succeed Mr. John Whyatt, seems to
give rise to an anomalous position with regard
to the Crown Law Officers.

It is common knowledge that Hon. F, E. Field,
Assistant Attorney General, has been acting in
the higher office for some months, During that
time he has been appointed to Membership in
the Legislative Council.

The situation is now created in which the
junior in the Crown Law. Officers Department is
a member of.a legislature body having the right

to comment, adversely or otherwise during its
deliberation, on the work of the Department
headed by his Senior.

The position is an anomalous one which should





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



Death’



Town Of The ‘Burning
|

PONT St. ESPRIT,
(Near Avignon),

The long thin loaves of M. Roch
Briand, the baker, have been for
a generation the best you can buy
in the ancient town of Pont St
Esprit, which basks in the sun of
Southern France.

M. Briand’s loaves are golden,
crusty, and of exquisite lightness.

Labourers of the rich fruit farms
make a meal of them with red
wine. Children love to eat them
with a slab of chocolate.

Stricken Families
But today the steel shutters are

down at the Briand bakery in the
Grande Rue. He is no _ longer
baking bread just now.

In nearly every house in the
street there is someone lying ill.
And many of them, husbands,
wives, and children have been
taken to hospital, some to the men-
tal wards

All ate M. Briand’s bread baked
a fortnight ago. They are among
the 200 in this town (of 5,000
people) and its surrounding vil-
lages who have got the “madness”
after eating bread nearly all traced
to the same bakery

Four have died. Sgores continue
to suffer pain in the throat and
stomach. Fifteen are temporarily
insane, and it is feared that their
brains may be permanently dam-
aged

‘St. Anthony’s Fire’

They are victims of that same
strange malady which periodically
swept through parts of France in
the Middle Ages,

It was known as “the fire of St.
Anthony”, or “the burning death”.
It brought delirium and hallucin-
ation. It caused madness, gan-
grene, and death. And it was due
to eating defective bread

Such an epidemic struck the
neighbouring province of Dau-
phine in 1067. The same symp-
toms, even the gangrene, have
recurred now in 1951.

How is it the terror of medieval
times has revisited France?

What has been the sequence of
events in little Pont St. Esprit?

The bread was baked by M
Briand on the night of Thursday,
August 16, People who ate it the
next morning thought it tasted

bitter, By evening they were
gripped by “the fire of St
Anthony”.

They vomited, they had burn-
ing pains, yet their temperature
fell and their feet and hands went
as cold as marble. .

Not until the Saturday evening
was suspicion thrown ou the
bread. That night M. Roux went
to see his doctor after the family
had eaten its evening meal

Dr. Albert Gabbai, who is one of
the town’s three doctors, went to
M,. Roux's home to investigate
He found nine had sat at table
but only five were ill.

M. Roux declared that they had
all eaten the same food. Dr. Gab-
bai discovered that the five who
were ill had been served at one
end of the table with loaves from
M. Briand’s shop.

The others had eaten different
bread.

‘It Is Poisoned’

By Sunday afternoon M, Jean
Orsoni, the mayor’s secretary, had
recorded that 40 people had

stomach pains.





ity Sydney Rodin

PROFESSOR OLLIVIER
“Identified a parasite”

By Sunday night both Dr. Gab-
bai and Dr. Vieu had warned
the mayor , M. Albert Hebrard, a
wholesale grocer: “The: town’s
bread is poisoned. We ‘think it's
from Briand”

From his office early next morn-
ing the mayor informed the health
department for the province
There were now 65 cases,

“What shall 1} do? How can I
protect the population?” he asked.

All bread sales were stopped
The eight bakers in the town were
ordered to close. All their stocks
of flour and bread were confis-
cated, and people were warned
not to eat any more bread

Supplies of buscuits were rush-

ed in from Marseilles—at 2s. 8d.
Ib (bread is about 5d. a small
loaf)

Distribution of
from the

all flour coming
mills which had supplied
the town was stopped. Samples
were taken for analysis. Cakes
and pastries sold as usual. France
has whiter and finer fiowr for
these.

It was



a poison that worked,
swiftly, going to the head and
causing nervous disorders and
hallucinations.

It worked on rich and poor,
alike—on the children of the poor-
est peasant and of the marriea
daughter of M Eugene Rodier,
wine seller and wealthiest man in
the town :

Sotn the local infirmary, found-
ed in 1265, was full, The nine
nuns, with 80 old people and 30
orphans under their normal care,
were overwhelmed.

Four ambulances arrived with
30 more nurses. Military orderlies
and firemen were pressed into
service, Gendarmes went from
house to house where the “burn-
ing death” had visited to take
statements and carry away un-
eaten bread,

Became Violent
of the sufferers became
_Qne threw himself from

Many
Vv iolent.

the second-floor window of the in-
firmary and broke his leg

Denise Chambon, 38-year-old
wife of an electrician and a great
bread-eater—she is nursing a two
month-old child—believed she was
on fire, drank water like a mad

woman, and wag restrained by five
people from thfowing herself out
cf the window to get air. She

kept seeing small animals around
her
Her husband, also with the
madness”, was give; sedatives to
rake him sleep, but had a night-
inare with his eyes open—‘“I saw
planes and lorries colliding, and a
train cut me in two”, he told me.
Other ravings were even more
fantastic. One man imagined he
was pursued by bandits with asses
ears. Anothe? exclaimed he was
fighting his way out of a jungle of
green ferns.

A great number saw flames.
majority thought people
chasing them to kill them
sick man ran into the
threatening people with

Many chickens, ducks,
and dogs which ate the
bread died in torment. And three
cays after the outbreak came the
death of the first person—Felix
Mizon, aged @2.

A doctor who fingered a piece

The
were

One
street

rifle
goats,

cats

of the fatal bread in his pocket
discovered that the tips of his
fingers were numb.

In the middle of this week
when fresh flour had been sup-
plied, most people began to eat
bread again, although there is

still some risk

Maurice Maillet, a miller of St
Martin La Riviere in Centra
France, and a baker, Guy Bruere
of the same district, were arreste<
last night.

Thy were charged with invol-
untary homicide and with violat-
ing the National Wheat Contro
Order Bruere was accused
falsifying accounts

o

Police allege that the baker
received wheat mixed with in-
ferior rye in exchange for bread

biked for a local farmer

He passed bad grain to Maillet,
who milled it and sent it 300 miles
away to the Pont St. Esprit dis-
trict.

When It Kills

Oliivier ,chief of the
police toxic laboratory at Mar-
seilles, has issued his report. “We
have identified a vegetable alka-
loid showing the characteristic ol
ergot, 4 parasite of cereals anc
especially rye. Thirty to 40 centi-
grams of ergot in a 400 gram loa!
can kill a man. It seems that the
flour at Pont St. Esprit containec
at least that dosage”

Professor

Haggard Dr. Gabbai, who has
scarcely slept for 15 days, told me
“Ergot was the cause of the “burn-
ing fire” of the Middle Ages. We
did not know. this until the last
century. The people of the Dau-
phine were accustomed to eat rye
bread, and rye is often attacked by
ergot.

This little town will not have
suffered in vain if we induce our
Government to pass a law safe-
guarding the nation’s bread.’

ah. E Ss

Voronoff. Of Monkey Gland

Fame. Dies At

By CHAPMAN PINCHER
LAUSANNE
Dr. Serge Voronoff, the “monkey
gland surgeon” who claimed that,
with his treatment, people could
live

to be 140, has died in a
Lausanne hotel. He was 85.
Russian-born Voronoff’s ideas

aroused a storm in Britain—but
they made him a fortune. He start-
ed grafting the glands of apes and
goats on to human beings—to re-
juvenate them—in 1919. And in a
few years he was an international

celebrity.

His fees were terrific. In 1932,
when money was money, he was
charging £250 for the operation
Nursing fees cost an extra £75.

He made so much money from
rich old Parisians that he had to
set up a special service for ferry-
ing apes from Africa,

300 assistants

Before the Second World War
Voronoff claimed to have trained
300 assistants, to have established

glands used on boys of 10 or 11
could breed a race of supermen.

When Voronoff came to Britain
to lecture in 1928, a vast crowd
attended a protest meeting in
Westminster. There were demands
in the House of Commons that he
should not be allowed to perform
any operations here.

Austrian wife

In 1934 he married a 2l-year-
old, red-headed Austrian girl, a
cousin of Rumania’s Mme.
Lupescu.

Voronoff lived for many yeurs
in a luxurious chateau on the

Riviera. In the last war he went
to America. Then he returned to
France to treat wounded soldiers
He was ailing. He travelled from
one spa to another. A fortnight
ago he went to Aix-les-Bains. for
treatment, Then he went on to the
Aga Khan’s hotel at Lausanne.
There he slipped on a bathroom
floor, broke several ribs—and died,
—L.E.S



Oo

The clash

VORONOFF was a first-rate
surgeon—but other doctors
clashed with his views.

They regarded the grafting
operation as a money-making
stunt, which at best could
bring only temporary improve-
ment.

In the face of medical warn-
ings, he prophesied that his
grafts would be permanent,
though no transplant between
creatures of different kinds
had ever “taken” before. Later
he haa to climb down and ad-
mit that the effects were short-
lived.

He argued that man should
be able to live to 140 simply
because domestic animals live
about seven times the number
ot years it takes them to
mature,

Acting on the mistaken be-
lief that a human being ma-
tures at 20, he assumed that

Sunday—I



NOBODY'S
DIARY

went to church to-day,
strange as it may seem to many, gave a
liberal collection. I used to go regularly
every Sunday, as a child, and more often
than not:twice with a Sunday School
thrown in. In those days collection was
on the old people. Mum or Dad had to
give me the penny to put in the plate. I
remember not long ago seeing a big sign
across Broad Street advertising a meet-
ing at Queen’s Park, and at the end it said
“No collection taken up.” I wonder if this
was an added attraction.

Monday—lI was asked to-day why no political

meetings are being held. Just a few
weeks ago everybody ran hot and there
were meetings all over the island. Per-
haps the boys are just watching each
other, and getting things ready for the
next onslaught on the 96,000 registered
voters, and their friends. I am very in-
terested to hear what new ideas are in the
minds of the candidates and parties.

Somewhere in the book I used yesterday
the words occur “we have left undone
those things which we ought to have
done and have done those things which
we Ought not to have done”. Some poli-
ticians might use this text.

Tuesday—aAn interesting sign caught my eye

on the ’bus to-day. It warned passengers
that the company would not hold itself
responsible for damage sustained by
squeezing into the seats. There is the
regular distance between the rows of seats
but of course there is real difficulty to
get into the seat when people sit near
the entrance and you have to squeeze
past their knees. Once or twice I have
crushed toes and once accidentally sat
down rather abruptly in the lap of a stout
lady. I was very comfortable but I had
to move. The sign should be in all *buses
in small twinkling red lights. You can be
injured while sitting or getting into the
*bus.

Wednesday—Jeans and Jitterbug Shirts—

What a frightful combination! At least,
when worn by a woman.

Somebody once said “A woman is only
a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke.”
Now I have never quite seen the humour
in that remark, maybe one day I will,
but at any rate I am quite content with a
woman being only a woman.

But the point is that I like to see that
a woman is a woman. Jeans and Jitterbug
shirts are the worst type of camouflage.

Thursday—Today I sent a small parcel for

the Jamaica sufferers, It wasn’t much
but I believe that it will help. A few
mornings ago the parson who conducted
the Rediffusion service gave a fine
example of the church militant as he

made an appeal for help for the church-|

warden’s clothing drive.

“Some people’s place in heaven might
be assured”, he thundered, “but they
are no good on earth. Be good for some-
thing, or else you’re good for nothing
Do something to help your fellow man
or else . .” Words nearly failed him.
However he concluded, “Send some-

thing to the Churchwarden for the Ja-|!

maica sufferers,”

Friday—The weather continues to be a prob-|

lem and the topic of common conversa-
tion. A chap about my own age—I am

not yet three score and ten, nor am |;

under a score—asked me today, “Where
are we getting all these hurricanes
from? Six for the season seems quite a
lot. When I was a boy there were not so
many.”

In a way I agree with him. At least it
seems so to me looking backward down



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never have’ arisen. clinics | in six countries, and to : 140 years was the proper span : : aes ,

If it the policy of the Government that in ! have given new life to thousands. The theory of life. the years. Or is it that we did not take |, ———
future the holder of the Office of Attorney Gen- | Between 60 and 70, he said, was VORONOFF’S _ operations British scientists have prov- so much notice of them? However I do| 1 i
eral shall be a member of the Legislative Council, the critical age for men: the were based on the belief that ed that extracts of the glands not remember hurricanes coming so/{t '
it should have been announced that there was to | glands were wearing out, and th» — if any one of the main glands used by Voronoff have a defin- : BE S80ly
be a change in constitutional policy, and that Mr. | only sohue xe tile age Or aoe of the human body could be ite rejuvenating effect. But quickly and regularly that they had to}

Field was merely acting until he or some other | Women, 45 was the age at which rejuvenated by a grafting they are also extremely dan- be labelled to k ace:
) : ee 4
officer was appointed. youthful charm could be recap= operation, the whole bedy gerous, sometimes causing a Charlie, D ’ p pace: Able, Baker,

The matter deserves some statement by the tured, would benefit physically and fatal complaint. narlie, Dog, Easy, Fox. I hope George
Government. He also declared that monkey mentally. —LES. stays home. BETTER BUY VEGETABLES in Tins

aeons sed x Z teenage | thennmtiyatanrtlntecteateain apnergetmeniet _ aches = BE Se |

Bewigged Host Towers Above His Guests In Splendid Robes And Platform “Soles a Foot ‘High BUTTER Cauliflower
Party Of The Century Ends I i eee =
4 nchor Table Butter Spinach
ar @ entury has mn ondolas —88e. per Tb Kale
Anchor Evap. Milk 16-02. Sliced Be:
7 oe | a i i ests “rr > © rey 7j1e. , t _ ice
Best Ever, Say 8 Aga Khan ue ier trom, ten cea nt os . gr ag _janced | boogie-woogieé eighteenth-century giants. curate historically. —29c. per tin Turnips
of the costumes. But no sarhatoes oor yalited to cenitete * I ee 7 Tow i § host Outside the palace the square} sone diate oe Seed Does
From EVELYN IRONS were thrown, no “CG ira Boneh ohene ate an Au-" People wondered why their was thronged with white papér be ga ger hoor Mixed Vegetables
were thrown, n Communists busson carpet, . : 5 5 Anchor Full Milk Powder
VENICE demonstrated. Most of the older people left oo ey a middlesized man, rata and jam-packed with 1-Ib 96c, per tin oo. 8
ee Hy a . oh ee tee i a ? : owered high above his ests, people, o . ans
The fast of the 700 guests at Mr. Charles de Beistegui’s eee ae Oe: in her speed two am. Mrs. Winston The answer was that ge N : Wine and cakes provided rsa | } Anchor Skimmed Milk Pork & Beans

» yearl-fes » silvery ress ack "e «with ¢ ; 4 M - ‘ 1

fantastic pre-French revolution masked ball arranged Sa: aanaarni ise setagies eee ae ee eee ane & Beistegui wore shoes specially by Mr. de Beistegui soon ran out, ; -f0c. per th. Vegetabie Salad

themselves gracefully in their gondolas*and were rowed his fantastic extravagantly gold- had 10 minutes to wait for the PUUt with if. “high platform but the crowd stayed, gazing up!) —— —

home along the silent canals here at dawn. fringed white satin coat and motorboat that took her back aye Acne * one ence eat where ‘FRUIT in ‘Tins KEEP COOL

Thousands of lights which had from Rome, wearing magnificent towering white ostrich feather her hotel on the Lido. fig KS, bdr b moet Se ateane Shas eather rie —, me bottl
oullined the massive building of diamonds, took another view from headdress, were among the flocks Even the dogs eens with his huge white pow- ven OY Nc ROR. SGI Apple Sauce pabare pate Bee. Bre "
the Labia Palace suddenly wink- the Aga Khan's. “It is much more of people who strolled from the As ahve: stood on Th. ; aoe eo ang Tis splendid biye Pumas. Waste Avwiee spe on ree ae t
ed out. The party of the centu- fun out here,” she gaid. palace to show their costumes to tuousl ‘peted < ii e sump- brocade robe, ; An attractive woman appeared Guavas Washington Ale 30c. per bot.
ry was over l d ‘ the chattering crowd kind the uously carpeted landing stage, There was much discussion at one window wearing a mag- | Grapes Canada Dry Soda
Piste te 5 wet ra Clapped and cheered ee attering crowds Packing the one of the dozens of armed Ital- about which costumes were the enia-jewelled mask. “Take it off’y| Pears with

Was it worth all the skyrocket- That was when at 3 a.m. men Neighbouring streets. ian police guarding the palace most splendid. + bawled the crowd. She did. She4+ Peaches GOLD BRAID RUM
ting expense to the host, or the and women in superb satins and There was applause when gallantly stepped forward and General vote seemed to go tO was pretty. : {} Fruit Salad
pangs suffered by those failing Jaces, diamonds and emeralds, these two appeared. Sighed one offered a battered suitcase. Princess Elizabeth Chavehavadze The Itdlian boys yelled ap- Apricots: 5 :
~o . a eae ' kireamed from the dazzlingly lit eee, ee yo ee Mrs. Churchill smilingly thank- in her black velvet dress and plause. : i Prunes EXPECTED OVER

The Aga han thought so. palace and danced to an accordion ‘ured at the display: “How beau- eq him and sat on it. imposing ‘rown = as Empress A 50ft. greas p re} Ul Strawberries ; 4
Werring a a ne white me band in the square San Geremia Shi, Bow. veg mht! i : It was indeed a fabulous party. Catherine of Russia. malin. arte Coes en ae Be ade aianihns, seed THE WEEK-END
omino over his dinner jacket —oufsffe w.ich the less glamour- nside the paiace Me patsy, Even the dogs were in cos- Her husband, Prince George , ei can nse: s ' sot | 6
suit he sat back beaming in a cusly dressed public. which had started. formally with tume, A black poodle had a Chavchavadze, was one oi the Oe te ede a yeas ie if SPECIALS SE a
mae ie vn a ae aan ip Pe etn bapa: BT eee ioe legs. di ans se eeeetane suit to go with the group of splendidly dressed per- shinned up, and the palace win t Tower Jellies 14c. per pkg. DUCKS :
ing for his motor launc o take posing robes as a Procurator of ™USI©, becam Ss dignified. harlequin costume of its Italian sonages who surrounded her , a an SS dea ot N i 7
him to his hotel. , the Venetian Republic, came out A suitease seat woman owner, da he pag nab, “fe or to watch one |} Apricot Nectar 40c. per tin: FROZEN SALMON

Said he; “As you know, I have jn the square, too Instead of gentle minuets and Two women wore diamond- Others preterred the group of a eo wee i
been to hundreds of parties, in The people clapped and qQuadrilles suitable to the period, studded qpllars and their toenails American Indi ins headed by Mrs. Suddenly all the lights went MEAT DEPT,
my time, starting in Queen Vic- cheered when they recognised the 18th century orchestra in the were gilded. Reginald Fellowes in her original oyt and fireworks cracked from! } PHONE
foria’s day. But I am certain that phim minstrels’ gallery, whose dress Each French dressmaker dress of white satin and leopard across the square q ‘(f° For prompt delivery, Please
this was the best of them all,” was copied exactly from the (male) was more startling got Skin, her head surmounted by a Armed police lined up to deal ee ee Te GODDARD'S

The Aga Khan should know. Oliver Messel, in “his rich red musicians’ costumes in the Tie- up than the last. Christi Dior’s lyreshaped spray of feathers. with possible incidents ‘But they ROAST
But he left early The Begum, velvet uniform coat, which once polo frescoes on the walls, play- party carried 10ft. poles dressed Up the pole ood ana turedly: allowed the , “
he said would dance till dawn belonged to a Bohemian prince, ed the latest 20th century airs ite and gold and crowned It must be said that Many of are wd to do anything they liked ii} Early WE DELIVER ,

One elaborately gowned lady also danced with the local girls. Guests in stately perukes and black hats represent the costumes were highly inac- —txcept get inside. —LE.3 FFF RES SSS |

p —LES. | = PSS
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SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

B’dos May Have Mayor And Corporation

If Local Govt.
Bili Is Passed

BARBADOS will have a Mayor and Corporation if the
Local Government Bill, laid before the House of Assembly
on Tuesday last becomes law.

For the purpose of Local Government the Bill provides
that the island shall be divided into six areas which shall
be known, as the City of Bridgetown, the Bristol District,
the Scotland District, the Courteen District, the Codrington
District and the Seawell District.

PAGE FIVE











For that rich

savoury flavour!
PREPARING A MEAL

“Emergency Squad’ Kept Busy
By Burst Pipes In St. Peter

THE GENERAL SUPPLY of the Barbados Water-
»works Department during August was, the main,
uniform. The high points of the north east corner of the
jparish of St. Peter experienced shortage during the
morning peak hours, but this deficiency should disappear
after the new Haymans system comes into operation in
January next
The perpetual bursting of pipes, month and, if the worst comes to



in









Make that stew really tasty



: : that have served the community the worst, every effort will be with just a little Marmite !
These districts have been set out as follows :-— since the last century, continues made to complete the half of the) Make it better for you too
erry — —____ ; F to the discomfiture of the resi- building that accommodates the M ins the Ba
The oy of Bridgetown—Com- dents, The “emergency squad” is power station proper, so that th« armite contains the 52
prising St.

Michael’s Parish and
part of Christ Church; the Bristol
District—Comprising the Parishes

kept busy,

2nd Course

vitamins that build up
health and resistance to

5 ton overhead crane can be

More Mains erected and the gipes and pump













: In Deighton Road, St. Michaei moved into posiuon Only four illness. That’s why it’s so
of St. Lucy and St. Reter; the Scot- new 4 . ky is elise laid. ind menths now remain for the sup- ood for everyone e bread
land District—comprising the Par- s.andposts have been erected ply of coral blocks 8 b : sty sand.
ene ishes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph; during the neil at the follow- Slow but steady progress and hatter OF Sey SBE
the Courteen District — Compris- ine points . being made. Collymore Rock wiches. You can do so
ing the Parishes of St. James and ty R > rroviding tough position f much with Marmite in
. : 7 ae poke Reservoir Road, Brittons Hill, PrOV¢GiMe a tough proposition foi
In Home Instruction St. Thomas; the Codrington District St. Michiat: : the 15” diameter maim, but th soups, gravies, sauces and
At Housecraft Centre —Comprising the Parishes of St Leadvale, Christ Church 18” main from the top of Bank| savoury dishes —and Marmite
George and St. John; and the Amity Lodge, Christ Church; Hall Road towards the Codring does so much for good cooking

The second six-month Home Seawell District—Comprising the Maxwel, Hill, Christ Church: '©D Research Station has fortun- . 8 =
Instructors’ Course to be held in Parish of St. Philip and the rest Checker Hall to Sutherland *tely struck softer stratum
the island was opened at the Of Christ Church. Hill (3) St. Lucy; East Coast Supply
Housecraft Centre — yesterday : : s Grape Hall Village (2), St The cliff face route between
morning by Mr. E. C. M. Theo- District Names Lucy; Edge Cliff (St, John’s) and the .
cacen Deputy Director of Educa- Th ou ci Siatrlet Hillaby, St. Andrew; southern end of the cabbage e e
ion. ne name of the City Distric Hillaby, St. Thomas; and palm avenue above Foster Ha) ° . yr.

Some of the students of this “Bridgetown” is obvious and Vauxhall, Christ Church has been reconnoitred and ap The Vitamin B Yeast Food
course are teachers and others, club seeds no comment, Additional mains and’ stand- pears practical, Precis levellin Made in E.gland
ens re or gaan vod gr gg tll eae hg posts will be laid in St. Peter, bas been carried out from Parish 7
ope that the students, after the two most northern parishes aftee i fy Hill to Edge C to ensure that
qualifying at the end of the course, from the association of Little pss the beginning of cand the ater he id pea "Gol tei —
would spread their knowledge Bristol or Speightstown wh€n the new Haymans supply Ridway assisted | a a I} ag
throughout the community. “Scotla strict” is re should be functioning. Sen Seen ta oe PAD e Le ES reat

Mistry Bilsvie Oreahinn cotland District is well Bowmanston, will rise with suffi-}})

ee rv y yne, ganiser Of known. and has in a way had 7 = ; cient pressure to Edge Cuiiff i}}))
the Housecraft Centre, said that . ig sal Western Supply cle pressure to Edge Cuff anda |(

> first six sl 0 at recent official blessing in the 7 ae ASS *r the cliff edge. TI t '
the first six-month course was formation of the Scotland Distric The ground level at the site of P&aSss over the clit edge. This ha: }\
held in 1948—49. At that time Cc es rat Bo: as ith a ame the well is 135 feet above the sea, Preved positive Enquiries hav 1)

Miss Joan Parry was the organiser. COMS¢'vation Board, although the and the Gulf Oil Company sunk been initiated into the time of} ()
That course was partly financed WOK Of that body will extend ONE OF THE GIRLS of the Cookery Class at the last Home Instructors’ 4 bore 150 feet deep, all in coral, SUPPly and the cost of 6” screwey i
by Colonial Development & Wel- beyond the limits of’ St. Andrew Gourse prepares 4 meal. The second course was opened yesterday at the indicating that at the site there Steel pipes to cover the cliff sec- |;
fare funds. For this reason ten Raseniteen bis aa sonsenrary Centie, Bay Gtrest, s is at least 15 feet of coral below tion \\
students were from the Leeward |», aie Witten, ie. is named mean sea level, ie. 15 feet depth Low Level Supply "
Islands and the other ten from the srt Sir ; tg hy ow Sie Pp 7 e : of “sheet” water. This is all that This supply in the past has bee: {
indwards. Be 0 > Earl oF aribor- : T » “e gh | ‘ . sponsible — ‘hr *hureh $)
cugh, who fitted out the ship ul 1c at enec A peterer SEHOURH x “ aes Ri rs oe _ ue eS Shuts )

a a \ ie. . os pated that the coral extends down Ridge, and as a supplement ‘
William and John” which landed 60 or 65 feet bel in iavel at th B: idgetowr Lit burbs. Wher Q
the first settlers, 80 in number, 0 or GS feet below sea level at thi ae le ire eae eee
at Holetown. A H | l T e <= P e ~ Belle eee oe Sta-! {i}
“Cc “ atetatt tohde malin P . 1e well is now 74 feet deep, Uon is operating, its utility inj({
tk aT cee, eae t ot ersa urning which is over half the distance these respects will kave disay ))

famous Christopher Codrington ae OC sa Ipre > 1 10 _ : ae? vad a Se aa Drea cece sao st
who founded Codrington College. THE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH opened the : ee Ss L a a. has € yo eeeenne os art
_“Seawell” once only a medium Hothersal Turning Public Bath at 11 o'clock yesterday Qo, ion dius uhrointehes: seail totuert | he papel Roya Bllorten (il
oe here 9a fo fame morning. The bath, which is situated opposite the Friend- Warleigh Reservoir has been laid, break pressure tank (St. George’:

af the Airfield, but it ae Nodes ship Playing Field, brings the number of Public Baths in There is little margin of time if from a southerly to a westerly

so Well known that the naming of St. Michael to eight. the system is to operate by the direction, relieving the drawoffs
























the District “is justified, Apart from sanitary accommo- Ist of January, but according bid rate the eet Ridge ye \\
- ? —~-——-dation, the bath has 12 bathing Present indications, it will PONE TAIT BS MUCH BS POSE OIE, 30 it
cubicles—six for men and six for Pumping Station benefit the deficiency | arem. s8 i)
1 y | women. The building is 32 feet The foundation concrete for the south | east St, Lucy and north )
Talk On Soil LOAD SHEDDING wide by 22 feet long and the walls of the building and the ©@St St. Peter i
. { OF ELECTRICITY opening hours are 7 a.m. t booster pumps, together with the hi
p.m. from Mondays to Friday floor of the basement around the VO EN-SERVICEMEN’S )
N € l : half day on Saturdays and from booster pumps and _ the _ steel " ksi Ste ee ae {))
L lanagemen NECESSARY 7 a.m. to l p.m. on Sundays framework at the top of the well, FUNL IN JAMAICA Ii MISS ARDEN’S Per 1R ,
; . Dit-“Boinneh wht. at o There are two caretakers, the bath were completed, and the laying Information from Caribbean | { — ee ete PERM epresentative
ener * Re Oe ik éiitent erat or 5 iiston em nee. A at nee It of ‘gee coral block walls er en Army : ae in Jamaic \ MISS YVONNE GEORGE
-er- . connected with ne De- eatie . viata eae > understooc rat the ommis- Anxiety was experienced at the Suggests that some ex-servicemen S , here sive expe t rice
partment of Science and Agri- Sota, Daves :, Deh ok the ioners of Health of St, Michael rate of receipt of coral blocks, living in Barbados appear to b a ONS P wn a eee as avin on
culture, gave a talk on “some i . Cane ; as will start on the Public Bath at because it must be remembered of the impressian that there is wKin Care and Make-W/p
unsolved probler f 1 tlectric Company which has Brittons Hill in another week that th t tart f ‘i trolled by ¢ t Cc i T 4 Septemt 18th
. =" 5 2ms of soll man- sceccit < : ye > s nat once ne next crop starts, in some ul sontrolle Vv “arib- “ne 4 “Ss l, se P p ‘
E. C. M. THEOBALDS agement in Barbados,” at a fey ancet beslene avis we Phe opening ceren ony ‘was per- January, so. more blocks will be bean Army headquarters on which| ee ee ers "
1. C. S. meeting of the _ Agricultural peak for the past two nights, formed by = Mr. J. M._ Kidney, received for six months, and wall ex-servicemen can draw. No such| e
She said that the present course Society yesterday. Notes for the Mr. R. B, Francis, the Acting ae a ee ee ee building, if incomplete, will be at fund exists and ex-servicemen! \
was a full and comprehensive one talk were collected by Mr. | General Manager of the com- iT. “WilkineotCominissi@te 7 a standstill. would do well to realise this, as |) GRATIS CONSULTATIONS by Appointment
and would call for hard work and Knowles and Mr, J. B. D. Rob- pany, told the Advocate yes- Mr W ge Pit ay nes ind As a result of pressure, supply they will save themselves a great |}) At
study. They were all looking for- binson, Agricultural chemist. terday 5. Bhan ahs ane Ps improved towards the end of the deal of time and disappointment. }
ward to an interesting time. The | Mr. Knowles emphasised the “This state of affairs may distri ‘hy rr attehaet ple of i ”M rmN®° a4
course was financed by the Bar- importance of experiments. “It continue for the next few ‘Thate is 6 : a et by M B ‘ ul
bados Government and all the fs not until we have tested our | days,’ he said Mattias that rin the: Binsity i}! y "
students and teachers were Bar- theories in the field by means of Consumers are asked to Field is in operation ihe Bath { PHOENIX PHARMACY
badians. well designed and carefully ex- co-operate by economising should be ned Saturd }
Generalities ecuted experiments that we are as much as possible in the aah Oe ee =

evenings




Mr. Theobalds said: “It may be use of electricity so as to re-



ever justified in saying we know





somewhat rash of me to attempt to the answer,” he told the many duce the periods of the cuts ! a a a a - a a a
give the opening address for a planters who attended. ; ce

course in Housecraft, but let me He listed seven chief problems. THE HEAT! a Just Arri al

— to assure you _before you They were soil potash, inew cul- Letters Of

a to show rene re es, tivation systems, soil nitrogen, Despite light showers. which} FRESH SHIPMENT OF

for the better comfort of the male, pplication of bagasse, ratoon Administration nearly every worker in the City I a | i V §

tillage, and filter press mud as a still complained of the heat.

that I propose to confine my re-
marks to generalities without én-
croaching on the various abstruse
subjects which I see mentioned in

fertilizer,
Before Mr.

Workers
streets
carrying

the
and

moved
wearing rain
umbrellas

along

The Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir

Allan Collymore yesterday grant-

coat
the

ALSO

Knowles gave his
talk, the Chairman discussed two











as “| ’ ‘ n°" . ’
the syllabus. types. of rat. poison. The cyn> ¢d the petition of Claudius Con- threatened a CH CK EF EKEDERS
“As evidence of my profound Which is widely used here. is nell of St. Michael, for letters of At 2 p.m, the thermometer
ignorance of these matters I may Zine phosphide..The other which @@ministration to the estate of Per o re gee = the shade
ay that one particular art men- }% considered too dangerous to use his wife Elmira Beatrice Alber- 1e@ muk and snac 2ars were J J C —D)j i
tioned in the list—the art of at present is wactarin , * tha Connell, late of Eagle Hall uaeare sake th eck eh s Hl. — ones & i Lid. esa
smocking——was so far outside my The Chairman said that the Road. St. Michael, rears: e RUG Bil ene PeeCnee we
mental experience that I had to reason for not using the new Mr. E. Mal " ie MOREESEGs - ¥ a « = a = a a = = = a a
turn to the dictionary to discover poison was that it was dangerous ra r. E. alone instructed by Tihhe sea was reported to be SS see Sa
what it was about. fo livestock and_ possibly ta Mr, ( B Brooks of the firm of rough at all the coasts but many if}
human life. At the ti her re Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Soli- fishing boats still were carried
“In weicoming you to this bei . decid a e time it was citors, appeared for the petition- out.
course, I must at the same time being decided whether to use it, er, Claudius Connell.

the Chief. Medical rete
that

sympathise with those who applied Officer agreed

sn te |

HARRISON'S BROAD ST. |







, ‘aula ; ; ; ; ' ' ei
for admission to it but were not Barhados was too thickly The following six wills were Nelson r

fortunate enough to be selected. nepulated. It was used in British admitted to probate; Comes Tomorrow :
The response to the advertisement Guiana extensively where there The S.S. Lady Nelson is expec-|

about the course is a most signi- were many more rats than here Gertiana Augusta Blenman, ted to arrive here tomorrow

ficant feature of the new concep- becouse there was less vossibility St. Michael; Mary Agusta Wil- morning from British Guiana via.,

tion of Education in the West In- of danger to animals and people, liams, Christ Church; George Trinidad, Grenada and St. Vin- FAMOUS
dies, Weare growing up and Christopher Francis, St. Philip; cemt. She will be sailing on u
pearning ew me eae James Hezekiah Greaves, St. Monday night .for Canada via., ;

the right things pe are showing EO Andrew; Charles William Hink- the British Northern Islands. She

bry ee ees reign oe thes DECREE NISI son, St Thomas; Fitz Albert is consigned to Messrs. Gardiner

ial for the preserve d ‘ Sm: Ss "ew gn

cesnivaniiian abt, le- £00; the, ali wit the Court for Divorce and Small St. Andrey Austin & Co., Ltd. LAWN
being of the individual. Thirty- rimonial Causes — yesterday, ae

His Honour the Chief Judge pro-
nounced decree nisi in the suit of
A. Austin, petitioner and E, E.
Austin respondent.



five years ago, there was no such
desire to make a methodical study
of Home Management, since such
studies were not regarded as be-

MOWERS

ONLY ONE SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN

coming to a lady, so any time and

money spent on making such a
course available would have been
wasted,

The Servants
“You would even have had some
people who, while they might have
conceded that there was something

Decree nisi was also pronounced
in the suit of E. T. Arthur -peti-
tioner and H. C, Arthur, respond-
ent,

The suit of H. C. Chase, peti-
tioner and I, K, Chase, respondent
was adjourned because the peti-
tioner did not turn up at Court.

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LRN ere em

tC SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

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The MANNERINGS
or Four Children
on a
Cannibal Island

by

Valentine Vester

BY ALEX RAYMOND

WY THERE IT 1s! UTOPIA! JUST AS
| SPIKE DESCRIBE
A LONG f

PLic

THAT WAS DEEPDALE
CALLING, KIRBY... THE
PLANE CRASHED IN 4 COW PASTURE,
ALL FIVE CONVICTS





Children grow up

strong and healthy
on

/ THERE WERE
——"] Six! WHERE IS
Om TUE MISSING

‘ ie

The Mannerings (three boys and
a girl were travelling home from
China without their parents,
vhen their boat was wrecked and
they were cast up on a lonely island
in the South Seas with the Cap-
} tain and one or two sailors. The
| island proved to be inhabited ,by
cannibals. The youngest brother
fell into their hands and had to



} be rescued by the others at risk

\ f their lives. In the course of

] their adventures they had to find

T HE'S MAY ¥¢ 1 way across a crocodile infested

WELL! IN SPITE OF Hig STRANGE AND SEE WHAT HE'S UP TO! MAYBE HES y f river and narrowly escaped being
COSTUME, HE MUST BE ANICE MAN, CANGETMEOUT ("7-H Virol provides all the essen- | rowned | bog. They
TOTAKE CARE OF . . OF THIS MESS ++} ss B 3



tial ingredients that growing
children need,. It is a highly
concentrated health food that
helps build strong bones,
good teeth and sturdy limbs.
Children love the flavour of
Virol and Because they al-
ways take it willingly they
get the utmost benefit from
its goodness.

through the
e their final



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writes convincin
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eat ¢ racters and
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SATURDAY,





SEPTEMBER

CLASSIFIED ADS.

15,

1951



TELEPHONE 2508

For Births







Marriage ar Ergagement
anno. mts-in Carib Cailing the
sharge $3.00 for any number of words
tp to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508



between 6.30 and 4 p.m
Netices only after 4 p.m

, 3113 for Death



The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-
eagements, and ‘n Memoriam notices 1s
$} 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
fbr any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word ¢« week-days and

4 cents per word cn Sundays for each
additional word.





N MEMORIAM



HOLDER- In loving memory of Beresford
Holder who departed this life on Sept
15th 146

In tears we saw him sinking,

And watched him fade away,

God knows how much we've missec
hin

Even now, five vears to~day
Fver to be remembered b Constanee
Helder (Wife’, Darey Holder (Son)
Hubert Holder (Brother), Horace Barke:
(Step-son) 14.9, 51—1r





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancies in the
Elementary Teaching Service

Applications are invited from
teachers (women) with at least
10 years’ teaching experience for
the Headships of the following
schools:—

St. James’ Girls’ School

St. Thomas’ Girls’ School

The minimum professional
qualification required is the Cer-
tificate A of the Department or
exemption therefrom,

Salary will be in accordance’
with the “Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade I Ele-
mentary Schools.

Candidgtes who have already
submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial,
All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate
form which may be obtained from
the Department of Education. All





applications must be enclosed in
envelopes marked “Appointments
Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Department
of Education by Saturday, 22nd
September, 1951. Candidates are

warned that canvassing may lead
io their disqualification.
12th September, 1951.

ORIENTA
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Ete., Ete.

THANTS

Pr. Wm. Ury. St. :: Dial 3466















REAL ESTATE
JOHN

Nd.
BLADON

& co.
A.F.S., F.V.A.



FOR SALE

“COOLMORE:""
Modern Bungalow
1939 with 18”
heavy asbestos
Jarge L-shaped
double bedrooms
wardrobes, Kitchen,
vant’s kitchen,
tub and shower,
Sstallation,
ants rooms
about % an

Pine Hill —
constructed in
stone walls and
roof. There is a
living room, 2
with built-in
pantry, ser-
bathroom with
solar heating
gavage and 2 ser-
The grounds of
& acre are heavily
wooded with Mahogany and
Flamboyant trees, lawns and
stone flagged terrace in a se-
cluded walled garden, Attractive
location close to town.





are



|
“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd
A spacious 2-storey stone house
built to last with the type of
material rarely s€en to-day, Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,
storerooms, garage etc. Well re-
commended at the greatly reduced
price now required



“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James Large 2 storey stone
house of sound construction lo-
cated on over %4 an acre of good

coast land with 160 feet of sea
frontage First class sandy beach
and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on
ground floor. In our opinion
this prope.ty would be eminentiy
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House. Low figure required
“HILL CREST", Bathsheba
Substantially built modern stone
bungalow on the brow of the
cliffs affording fine view of this
rocky coast line There are

three good bedrooms, living room,
2-sided gallery, kitchen, servant's
quarters and garage Electricity
and water are laid’ on. The land is
over 6 acres and there are about
50 coconut trees. An Interesting
proposition at the low figure asked

“WINDY WILLOWS"—Prospect,
St James. Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, lounge,
verandah, overlooking sea ete.
Immédiate possession

“KIMBOLTON”™,
Belleville

sto

2nd Avenue,
A very solid 2-storey
built house in good position



on corner of 2nd Avenue and
Pine Road. Good residential area
near schools and town. The house

has 2 reception, dining room,

|






long gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms and all 4in strvices
This property offe at a most
reasonable figure to e¢ an early

sale



RENTALS

“WAVERLEY”, St. Lawrence
“IN C Silver Sands
“PLEASANT HALL COTTAGE”,













Dayrell’s Road, St. Michael |
“WHITEHALL FLA‘ Coa- |]]
rington Hill, St. Micha |
“WINDY WILLOWS” Prospect, |||
St. James |





KEAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640





| ANNOUNCEMENTS

SPPAY PAINTING



SPECIALISTS see |

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
| 96 cents Su"days 24 words — over 24
| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
| word on Sundays;

HOUSES













————
Supreme Motor Company, 85 Roebuck| CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
Street. Dial 2741 Approximate rates:—! tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St
10 h.p. cars $70 12 h.p. cars $75 Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
44 hop. cars $80, larger models propor- | miodern conveniences. Appay on premises.
tionate 14.9.51—3n | 3.8.51—tf£.n.

| SUNSET VIEW —Furnished Bungalow

! . | sit ed at Rockle Containing 3 bed-

FOR SALE | rooms and all conveniences, Possession

j Minimum charge week 72 cents and | 1s: October. For particulars Dial 2455

96 cents SuNdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

word on Sundays;

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Austin
Owner driven

70
Tel

(Hampshire)
2470

15 9.51—2n

CAR: One Austin A-40 two years old
Phone 4523 15.9.51—3r



——————
CAR—Chevrolet 1938. Low mileage. Al

condition

ne Bargain At cK ste tin? | niente
Garage. Phone—95259 14.9.51—3n | SPECTACLES—One pair of gold spec-
CA 1980 Model Moccis balun a tacles ‘Broken’. Finder be compensated

Door Saloon, low mileage anc in excel-

lert candition.
1948 Ford Prefect,
at reasonable price.
1949 Kaiser Sedan under 6,000 miles
Like new.
1935 Ford V8 Tourer
making Pick-up Cheap

excellent condition

Suitable for

1949 Morris Six Saloon. FORT ROYAL

GARAGE LTD., Telephone 4504.

9.9.51~in
ELECTRICAL

—_—_————
RADIO; Zenith Trans-Oceanic Portable
Radio as new, Phone 3679





15.9.51—2n

—————————————
LIVESTOCK

ne

CALF: One Guernsey Holstein Heifer

Calf Dial 2084. P. N. Pilgrim, Chapel

Gap 14.9.51—3n

MECHANICAL

One (1) John



2n Sea Horse Outboard
Motor with se ate 5 gallon tank. Out-
put 10 h.p. Engine, condition as new
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar,
Gibbs Beach, St. Peter 14.6.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS



CHINA—Crate of China, Dinner set
and tea set to match compiete, unused
Apply “In-An-Out” Gibbs Beach, St
Peter 14.9.51—2n

—————————
CAR TYRES, Unused Bergougman 500
16. 2 outers and 2 iners—Price for lot

$52 00 Phone Leach 2546.

COAT:
lent
Salon,

9.9.51—3n





One Lady's Fur Coat, excel-
Bargain, Apply to Terese Beauty
McGregor Street.
12.9.51—t.f.n
—_—_—
FORMAMINT TABLETS—Recommend-
ed highly for Gargling in cases of Sore
Throat, Tonsilitis ete. KNIGHTS Ltd.
14.9. 51—3n.
_
GALVANISED SHEETS—4, 7, 8, 9 and
10. Price cannot be beaten, enquire
Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696
8.9.51—t.f.n





(iintncicatinal elements saginlig-aiaaeamnpag
LUNCH KITS—For School Children
Complete, comfortable carry-all with
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks
and plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83
LUNCH TENS with sandwich tray. 83
Cents. On le at G. W. Hutchinson
& Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress
Shoppe 15.9.51—6n
ey
OMNIPED FOOT CUSHIONS—Designed
by Dr. Allschoff. These cushions can be
washed and re-used. KNIGHT’S LTD
14.9.51—Gn







<<
RECORDS—Just received Calypso Re-
cords by Lord Kitehener & Lord Begin-
ner, Come in and make your selection
Wm FOGARTY B'DOS LTD.
14.9.51—2n
NE
SURANOX DENTURE CLEANER—The
best method of cleaning False Teeth.
KNIGHTS Ltd 14,9.51—3n.

— ——_—$
TORCH BULBS: Just received Flange
Bulbs for U.S.A. Torch Lights to fit 5
cell, 3 cell and 2 celi lights. 22¢ each

at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd
14.9.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
POSTUM

GENERAL



That FOODS CORPORA-
TION a corporation organized under
the laws of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 250 Park
Avenue, City and State of New
York, VU.S.A., has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cereal foods con-
sisting of entire wheat, roasted and a
rmall per cent of pure molasses: cereal
foods consisting of wheat and molasses
for beverage making purposes; flavouring
ct for non-alcoholic beverages;
flavouring material for foods; food bev-
erage compounds, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 1th day of September 1951
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark can be seen on applica-



tion at my office.
Dated this 29th day of August 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Tcade Marks,
13,.9.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE
POND’S

That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, a
corporation organised in the State of
Delaware, U.S.A., whose trade or busi-
ness address is 60 Hudson Street, New
York 13, State of New York, United
States of America, has applied for the
ration of a trade mark in Part
“A”™ of Register in respect of toilet and
cosmetic products, particularly creams
for the skin, skin freshener, face powder,
combined foundation and face powder,
dusting powder, talcum powder, lipsticks,

*, preparation to be applied to the
face to form a make-up base or founda-
on, and paper tissues (adapted for re-
meving skin creams, for use as hand-
kerchiefs, and for similar purposes), and
will be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 13th day of
September 1951 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office

Dated this 30th day of August, 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.






13.9.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
ANGEL FACE

That PONDS EXTRACT COMPANY, a
corporation organised in the State of
Delaware, U.S.A.. whose trade or busi-
ne ddress is 60 Hudson Street, New
York, State of New York, United States
of America, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in respect of toilet and cosmetic













prod. and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
13th day of September 1951 unless

some person shall. in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office

Dated this 29th day of August 1951







H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
13.9.51—3n
oF |
G. A. Service's

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

‘The most manifest sign of
wisdom is continued cheer-
fulness.”

Montaigne.
WITH- GAS IN THE
KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE
AND COOKIE ARE AL-
WAYS CHEERFUL



15.9.51—2n

WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, having
3 bedrooms with connecting toilet and
bath, modern kitchen and 2 car garages,
baving all modern conveniences. Rented





——————e_ | furnished or unfurnished, on long lease

er short term. Apply: Ralph Beard, Lower
Bay Street. Phone 4683.

LOST & FOUND
LOST

a



Lost between Beckles Road and Trafal-
gar Square. Finder please return to
Daniel Maloney, Mason working at |
Housing Board, Bay Estate, St. Michael

15.9.51—I1n

PUBLIC SALES

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



REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE as a going concern small
dry goods business in the City. Immediate
Possession. For particulars, write (Store)
«mn care of Advocate Advertising Depart-
ment 15.9.51—3n





HOUSE—One Boarded and Shingled
house, practically new, 20 x 11 with
shed-roof and Kitchen. No reasonable
offer refused. Apply TIMOTHY MOR-
RIS, Thorpes Cottage, St. George.

14.9.51—2n.





LAND: 4% Acres of Land
Rock Ideal for development
Fred Carmichael, Phone 2443

14.9.51

at Black
Apply:

Sn



HOUSE—One Board and_ shingled
house in good condition for sale. 15x9-8
Apply to Mrs. Olga Holder, Endeavour
Street, St. John B.W.1 11.9.51—2n



“VENTNOR”, Ist Ave. Belleville. Re-
cently renovated throughout. Three bed-
rooms with running water in each. Gas
and usual out offices. Immediate possts-
sion. Dial 8680 15.9.51—I1n
NS

“MARSHVILLE"—Just the right home
if you demand the best at average price
Has eye appeal, purse app@al and heart
appeal This attractive property stand-
ing on 1/8 of an acre, along Bank Hall
main Road. And many other small prop-
erties and houses All priced reasonable
to sell

Telephone for
living comfort

a date to inspect reai
EBONY REALTY &



14.9.51—3n

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

TAKE NOTICE

Qo.

That WELL E UIF MENT
PORATION, a odie:
the State of Texas, United States of
America, whose trade or business address
is 2023 Semmes Street, Houston, Texas.
U.S.A., has applied for the registrotior
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of thread sealing compounds
anc lubricants, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 13th day of September 1951 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

trade mark can be seen on application
at my office,

| MFG. COR-
organized in

Dated this 30th day of August, 1951
H. WILLLAMs,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
13.9. 51—3n

TAKE

That WELL EQUIPMENT MF.G
under the laws of the State of Texas,
business address is 2023 Semmes Street,
the registration of a trade mark in Part *

be entitled to register the same
1951 unless some
my office of
application at my office.

Dated this 30th day of August 1951

after one

13.9.51

Indies.
The primary functions of the
ory and consultative body to the

dom and Canada,
The Committee now invites a
persons for the following posts: —













CORPORATION,
United States of America, whose trade or

pulley blocks, pipes, and fittings, thread sealin,

GOVERNMENT

THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

nomic matters, and to assume @xecutive end financial control of
British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service



WANTED



HELP

——_____.,



EXPERIENCED
Wanted at the
Palmetto. Street

SHIRT
Reliance Shirt Factory

13.9. 51—én

Se
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN—For Dry
Goods Dept

right man

Ltd., Marhill Street 15.9.51

POSITION: Manager of small Hote!

as Manager or Assistant. Write: G. J

ton Bermuda

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINE out use,
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets,
21.7.51—8n







NOTICE

a corporation organized

Houston, Texas, U.S.A., has applied for
“A” of Register in respect of pipe unions,
® compounds and lubricants, and will
month from the 13th day of September

berson shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at
opposition of such registration

The trade mark can be seen on

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,

NOTICES







The Governments of the abovenamed Colonies have recently
established a Regional Economic Committee with headquarters in the
office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West

Committee are to act as an agivis-
participating governments in eco-
a
in the United King-

pplications from suitably qualified

re Regional Economic Committee

Candidates for this post should have a wide interest in

They should
and experience in posts of com-

ave held appointments demanding
in business and/or

Candidates for this post should possess a recognised

and administrative experience in
The Assist-

e United Kingdom
500 per annum plus a representa-

ve wide experience of the West

They should preferably have experience of dealing

organisations in the United King-

The main burden of the day-to-day work of the London

Salaries of the posts will be

‘COMMISSION AGENCY, 1 ee 1. Executive Secretary to th
aun} Ons dite aa —at an annual salary of about £2,500.
Two-sto: wall Dwellinghouse called
“WESTON", (th esidence of the late ‘ : .
me Woxan * Bascom), situate in and sound knowledge of West Indian affairs.
STRATHCLYDE, | tte ees as possess high qualifications
se sta s p square feet o « $
eae cee tobtcitass “bakead apnae, parable character, adequate academic qualifications in eco-
drawing and Gining: rooms, sane - nomics or commerce, and ft
, sta Ss. &# , an a - sh see tan hae é
Sear eeetee Seren unit aac personal responsibility was initiative
rooms in yard ety! gas, and government service,
G P| ent Water installed 7 . ae
Waanereiaes aie day, except Sunday, 2. Assistant Secretary (Statistician)
bs appointment with Mrs. Maynard! —at an annual salary of about £1,500.
Allder, Dial 2670, : mS Sa ee ’
The property will be set up for sale
by public competition a ou create aauee qualification in statisties
3 P rtown, iday ith Sep- . > :
SacobarcLotant ak o'elnok ore dealing with economic and commercial matters.
eae re Boticitors ant Secretary will be responsible for presenting statistical
15.9.51—10n material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the
sae Committee and its members.
AUCTION 3. Trade Commissioner in th
—at a salary of about £2
UNDER THE SILVER ge atone eae p
HAMMER ion allowance o F per annum.
SHOP CHAPEL ST. _Candidates should ha
Or THURSDAY the ot we will iy Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility
one Shop Building with 2 roofs covere d ~ 5 i :
with galvanise fron, situated at. the in the field of trade and commerce either in business or gov
corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near ment.
‘ah oa. with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trade negotiations, etc.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Preference will be given to candidates having wide contacts
Auctioneers with trade and government
11.9.51—3n dom.

‘ Ne 4. Assistant Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom
PUBLIC NOTICES ~-at an annual salary of about £1,320 in the first place plus
Ten cents per agate line on week-days a representation allowance of £500.

and 12 cents per agate linc on are ant
minimum charge $1.50 on wee vs > : ;
and $1.80 on Sundays office will fall on this officer. Candidates should therefore
NOTICE possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-
PARISH OF ST. JOHN istrative experience in dealing with matters of trade and
As from the 10th to 29th September commerce,
1951, the office of the ae GENERAL
Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays E P ; z :
aly, The Committee reserves the right to fill any post by invitation
asain” trace eine if no suitable applications are received.
St. John in the region of the figures stated but other terms of service (e.g.
|S Aeiaen leave, passage and pension entitkement) have yet to be determined,
NOTICE The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration in

is hereby given that
o° the Vestry of

it is the intention
the parish of Saint
Jan e& to cause to be introduced into the
; Legislature of this Island a Bill authoris-
ing the said Vestry to borrow a sum of
money not uxceering $4,320.00 to be used
in replacing the r.of of the Chancel of







ber,

these matters to appointees with exceptional qualifications.

The Committee proposes to make these appointments in Novem-

1951,

and applications, containing full details of candidates’
education, qualifications and experience,

together with supporting

documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach



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AGENDA DOLCIN, a new type of treatment, brings prompt relief from pains ;
1. Re Cost-of-Living Bonus | due to symptoms of these dread diseases. But more! DOLCIN *
Geyee Sure A. c. Lewis, | 4lso has physiological action, particularly on metabolic processes 4
. Secty. Division It which are a very important factor in the rheumatic state. ‘This is 2
12.9. 51—2n due to the coordinated action of « new combination of scientific, :
quick-acting ingredients. te E 4
T ’ | DOLCIN has been tested thoroughly in hospitals and clinies. It is 3
GOVERNMENT NOTIC ES being prescribed by doctors now! It has relieved the anguish of many
of your fellow-sufferers with long-standing cases of joint-stiffness and '
- extreme pain. So, you see, the a you use DOLCIN, the sdoner
| your condition may be mmproved. aS
Government Flour Factory Yet DOLCIN costs very little. Get it today—100 precious tablets
at Lancaster cost only
SOLD BY:
| It is proposed to operate the| R'S b d DR GSTORESLTD u
|Government Flour Factory at} BOOKE (Bar a os) U .
Lancaster for a short period be-|
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October, |
1951, for the purpose of receiving | 5
and processing cassava roots.*The| P T ES
roots will be purchased at the
fate of $1.50 per 100 Ib. delivered) wieabamatiaidid A waiieisianaane
jat the factory, | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW The Auxiliary Schooner TIM= =
| 2. Any person intending to de- ZEALAND LINE, LIMETED OTHY A. H. VANSLUYTMAN 4
liver cassava roots to the factory (4.A NB. Tned | no ane “ait : day toe
is Tequested to notify the Direc-| 5 s. “poRT ADELAIDE” is schedulea || {entane aad) Sailin i \
tor of Agriculture, in writing not! to sail from Hobart. September 25th, | The M.V. MONEKA will nce
later than 22nd September, of the} ines ee Sih ayeeus owner nome cares Pe Passeugely doe
i . . nibne . Oth, stone tober n or ma | ica, igua, Montse’ =
Weight of roots he expects to de-| (th. Gla Soh, Brisbané October ‘witre | | neces of Kitts, Sailings Fic”
liver. | orriving at Trinidad about November day 14th instant
12.9.51.—8n. | sist and Barbados November 24th The MV CARIBBEE ~ will
- \ Th addit to general cargo th accept Cargo d Passenge for
Stadion ‘hs Miateies vessel bas ample space for chilled ana Dominica, Antigua, Montsesrat.
- a hare fro carge Nevis and St. K Sailing Fri
It is notified for general infor- Cargo "accepted: on through Bills of day abet instant :
mation that two Dan Buoys with | Lading for transshipment at Trinidad to The M.V DAERW OOD will
flag top marks have been’ placed | ##itish Guiana, Leeward and Windward | accept Cargo and Passengers for
rs a r | Islands St. Lucia, Grenada and Arubs
60 yards apart in position latitude! "RS" weiner parevlars apply Rigen Gar te eae
egrees 15’ north longitude 59| FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD, anc Date of departure to be notified
degrees 41’ west. Explosive charg-} ctaeaatl DaCOSTA & mi het BW is Doae connate:
S i 7 a. rinidad, jarbados, Ss IN; (INC)
es will be fired between these two} initia’ BW. Consignee, Tele No. 4047
pyovs during daylight hours, for
eismographic observations, Ship- | —-~ . _- pian -
ping is warned to keep clear.
12,9.31,—2n, | °
| Abcoa Steamahip Co.
ee ee é
VACANT POST OF MEDICAL 9 =
OFFICER OF HEALTH, | AL.
BARBADOS, B.W.1. | i NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE ne
: | S.S. “MARIO C” sails os ‘ September 195
Applications are invited for) —°°"M“ “he Pe cl ath Ere eee : ine slates
the post of Medical Officer ot | NEW YORS SEXVICE
Health at the Speightstown | A STEAMER sails 3st August—arrives B'dos lith September 1951 =
; ; | A STEAMER sails 2ist Se be , 2 r 195
Health Centre which will serve | as ee Bow seth September—arrives B'dos 2nd October 1961
the six northern parishes of| ‘ NEW Ol 7 —ao—- =
: . SRLEANS SERVE
Barbados, covering a population | A STEAMER sails 29th Rue neen ves see lee heroes 1951 ’
of some sixty thousand people, | A STEAMER sails 12th September—arrives B'd 27th September 1981
2. The salary of ‘this whole-| CANADIAN SERVICE
time post which is pensionable | SOUTHBOUND —
is in the scale $4,320 x 240—| Name of Ship Sally Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
$4,800 (British West Indian} ss «aicoa pEoasus September th September 10th September
dollars). Salary subject to de-| $s “ALCOA POINTER September 28th September 30th October + 1
ductions of 4% of salary under | SS. "ALCOA PELAGRIM October 12th October 15th October 25
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension | SS. “ALCOA PILGRIM’ a tt : | > IRD due Barbados September 17t Safls for St. John, N.B
Act unless wholly or partially! snd st. Lawrence River Porte - oe
exempt by membership of i ner ere tenn tees!
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension | These vessels have limited passenger accemmodatio:
Scheme in another Government ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE, .
3. Passages up to a maximum | APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO.. LTD —CANADIAN SERVICE ~
cf $1,440 are paid on first = >
appointment. Leave passages are =
aot paid. Leave conditions are| ISON LINE
in accordance with local leave} “
regulations. | ee
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4. A house allowance is paid 5 wee
at the rate of 10% of salary, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Quarters are not provided, | Se a: eee
5. Travelling allowance is | Vessel from Leaves Y
payable in accordance with the| — re Ba en
local regulations made under the|S.S. “SCHOLAR” London 25th Aug, 17th°Sept
Public Officers Loan and Travell- | 5.S. “SELECTOR” Liverpool &
ing Allowances Act, Daa in. hy sit . Glasgow 5th Sept 19th Sept
|S.S “TRIBESMAN London 13th Sept. 28th Sept
6. Candidates must hold |S.S. “SCULPTOR” Liverpool 22nd Sept. 6th Oct
graduate medical degrees, regis- |
trable in the United Kingdom} ~ SCIEN Oe nen Seance a
and must possess a Diploma in HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Public Health or other equal Closes in
qualification. A_ degree, diplom: | Vessel For Barbados
or certificate in Tropical Medicine | ae
and i ite is desirable but no.| 8.S. “NOVELIST” London 17th Sept
essential, antoeeinnreenersrewainaren ———____—_— —__ creamer cisdaltientiaiiibeas
| For further Information apply to, . .
7. Duties of the office are ppl
ascertainable by request from the
Colonial Secretary's office, but DA COSTA & co., LTD.—Agents
broadly these include port healt! Rees ae
and quarantine service, inspec- f bee eh
tion of schools, public health
education, maternal and child Book Your Orders NOW for...
welfare and other clinic appro-
priate to Health Centre service: | MANILLA ROPE
end co-operating with lo sea ve i p
government bodies on matter: i - .. Limited shipment just received
relating to sanitation and hygiene | wartenrret 2 r 2
| CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTI
8. It is proposed that four (4) |
ere aghiaee Ol aa he PIER HEAD & BROAD STREET
Sanitary spector é
these duties. aa SES SS SSS a
9. The Medicai Officer ot rn

Health would be expected to take
up duty on or about the Is
January, 1952 and applications

should reach this
than the 15th October, 1951. |
6.9.51—8n. |







office not later |

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the Parish Church of Saint James, the | the Chairman, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings House, Barba- | —— _ SE | 3
said sum so borrowed to pe anon Sy dos, before the 31st October, 195). 8.9.51—3n | WE A BUYERS | | - %
18 annual instalments of eae RE |
commencing in the year 1952, nee | Wallnuy Aiigtiing oockéted Was a %
with interest at.a rate not exceeding 4% PI Ww aE a ND PROVISIONS | t ; i ; ;
centum pe the prinicpal | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROU STAMPS, Sheets, Single Stamps, if a 2
sum and the unpaid balances thereof for Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the pou ae Pep raeilgy 22 oe These should be oO interest ¥
, ‘ ‘ Overs, DO ce .
[Me ated’ the 1ath Sae’ot September 1981. | three months beginning on the 1st of October, 1951, to the following CARIBBEAN ote AP SOCIETY %
| YEARWOOD & BOYCE, Government Departments: — ard floor, No. 1(, Swan St to you f ’ xy
} 2 golicitors tor COR VAY oF SAAT ATES GLENDAIRY PRISON: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000 ee eit zi - ¢
|" beer of prisoners, to be delivered twice a x
nega aan > ors, \o-
THE PARRY SCHOOL weekly at the prison in proportionate | }°****?% POVOSOOVOO OO, z=. $
The Parry ey re-opens on Monday sn otints 2 :
lith, inst at a.m | a S. 3 % 5
oe, tees | MENTAL HOSPITAL: Sweet potatoes — approximately 5,000) $ NOTICE % V alor Stoves-Single & Double 3
14.9.51—3n ee Ibs. a week, to be delivered at the Men- | % * % | B
} tal Hospital twice weekly in proportion- h %| 8
NOTICE ate amounts. (0 ( e %| - x
ERNEST THEODORE TAYLOR Yams—as available, ‘ % | ay x :
deceased ee enat ai Eddoes — as available. % PARISHIONERS = & Vvens-Single & Double >
IS HEREBY 2N that a : a ( 3 ; Ls |
Ws Sarees bt Petes debt or cisim against LAZARETTO: Sweet potatoes — approximately 400 lbs % | —~. }
the estate of Ernest Theodore Taylor , a week, delivered twice weekly as | rise ¥
deceased, late of Britton's Hill in the ordered of e , a
arish of Sain ichael in is Is ‘ ;
Se ait cee ag tr Yams =~ as available ‘Enamel Stop Pails x
1950, are requested to send particulars o: , ;
| iesed “recllis” Augusta “taylor “and ees deg or | ST. MICHAEL = .
ye . re uit — a a 5
> lleyne, C/o M 8 Z
| Baynes a orm, Noo High Street 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each of | % The Weir? of a % ‘ E l P il %
belore the ‘30th day ot Septaenite 1081, the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institution . y oe % ; name a1 Ss x
elore § 951. ‘ .
after which date we shall proceed to | Concerned during each month of the period from the 1st of October to Michael will appreciate * .
Sees rail sees ra tease ving the 3lst December, 1951. | gsi % 3 :
: parties entit! o bavin . 4 7 j 4
roeare only to such claims, ef which we 3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes perae: it if all owners of Trees, % Pyrex Ware-« large assortment x :
sre luable fon the uecets or ans part {2 the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to hich: ave ‘overshanging &1 - BS
’ Di eI s 4 any a ‘ > + a a
thethot so distributed to aay person. of | reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (4 p.m. on Thurs- g which @ e ging % :
hose debt or claim we shall no ven y ‘ 5 ae os " age ‘s : ;
whos oe Sess day 20th September, 1951) ; The envelope should be clearly marked % Highways, and so shad % . %
And all persons indebted to the said | “Tenders for ground provisions. eS cos > umInum aqaucepans
| estate ert ere ahacctoep i Rea log 4. Further information is obtainable from the Prison, The Mental|% ing the rays of Street §
eaness withou Ay.

Dated this 3ilst day of July 1951.
DRUCILLA AUGUSTA TAYLOR
WILLIAM WATERMAN ALLEYNE
Qualified Executors of the will
Ernest Theodort Taylor ca

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LODGE OF SORROW

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invites relatives, friends and
members of kindred Lodges to at
tend a Lodge of Sorrow in
memory of our late Bros. C
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on Sunday, 16th September 1951
at 3.30 p.m. at 112 Roebuck St.,
Bridgetown

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12.9.51.—2n.
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

BARBADOS TEAMS WIN GAMES

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y two. Peggy Pitcher, cap- have shrunk to a little more than
tain of the visiting ladies netted

$37,000. m ;
he eighth goal for her team. Four Challenges Colts Cricket |

goals were scored in each half NEW YORK Sept. 13.



Graduated Spanish Teacher

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Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.

Highlight of the evening was at Blue Water’s Terrace

Maniger of Fernand Gagnom, of South Africa anywhere in At Bank Hall

men’s game which was played at Bantamweight Champion of Can- North America for the 118 ski °
, pias Santami z é c an- N é pound (Mrs. Skinner’s Flat)
a fast pace eg as ida said Thursday he will issue title and also wants to meet the In a one day game at Bank 7 ns 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
got their first goal, the result of official challenges for the world winner of the October 23 Dado : ~RC Titer Mat nbe, f > :% advised |
a misunde(standing between giant bantamweight and flyweight titles. Marino Terry Allen flyweight title oe oe ee . o and Country eee rege aah See
custodian Stoute and team mate Gagnon wants to meet Vic Toweel match at Honolulu.—U.P. & 20908 TUN-sething en. Suns to attend Classes at the |





day a difficult proposition,

$
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eee. wi Pencil Sharpeners.... 27c. Erasers 4c., 5e., 8c., 14e.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 14 F oO Own Correspondent) % and 15c.
oe eee’ NEW YORK, Sept. 14. (From Our Own Corres orbs il C
All honours went to the visiting Barbados water polo ppitain’s Randy Turpin iaset GEORGETOWN, Sept. 12 % AT HOME Pencil Cases 72c. & $1.20
team as the Annual Intercolonial Tournament between wait in the line for a_ third titl THE SWETTENHAM CUP for Rifle Shooting was 8 D NCE : heed ge. &@
Barbados and Trinidad got underway at the Trinidad Yacht bout with Sugar Bay Robinson if donated. by the late Sir JameaAlexander Swettenham, a A Exercise Books Pencils .... 4¢., 5c., 6c., 9c.
‘ oc : y after 2 § olor _ni e iddleweight Champ’s Man- _ Cs . c , 33 ‘
Lae eee ome sg 8.30 o'clock to-night. ager George Gainford has the former Governor of British Guiana (1901—1904) and is TO-NIGHT 15th SEPTEMBER, 1951 Single Line ........ Se., 10c.
cutee tn Gefeating Kine Fic), Ly Gill, Stoute played to Gill who right dope. competed for annually between Jamaica, Trinidad, Barba- at his residence | HILd. ROAD Slate Pencils, box .... 48c.
the wide margin of eight goals to ore. back to Stoute and the ball can tees danas ae the dos, British Honduras and British Guiana. It is controlled ADMISSION: Gents 2/- Ladies 1/0 Exercise Books
love while Barbados men took ‘!!pped into net. ‘ ; varity defence fc. PY British Guiana. ‘ —— Music by Mr. Sydney Niles’ I aiissccseicsinos ; :
pees mtn Fai ceed Giants a Half time found the score four ™mid December charity defence for Like the Martinez Shield, the ° Orchestra Sq -. 10e Each ........ Hteewene reece le.
ieeding. team in the Trinidad Dl in favour of the visitors, two ae Beer ae Sua York's Swettenham is a postal shoot. and Pompey Wins Betigeaaeme eS eos ‘i
é team i ide or aa 1. : adison Square Garden 5g al s ; 5.9.51—In .
league. by Ince ete one by Geoffrey we - Meare CaeNe participating Colonies have until LIVERPOOL. Sept. 14 Math. Sets ................ $1.44 Compasses, Each ...... 24e.
Final score Barbados five, Ocean aon esd zoe a forcing game After that it will be Rocky ee 15 to shoot off. Con- Yolande Pompey if Trini iad SOCCCCOSCCOOCOOSCI.
Giants two. TT aa. . Graziano in Chicago or Detroit, ditions, however, differ slightly See * Pa : «is i
aad ob Gat $60 epeotatih Manning Out Laurent D’Authuille in Paris, and from the Martinez. It is over wt rime a of Drawing Books 12c., 27c. Dividers ........ sates
jammed the Yacht Club, takin Soon after the interval, Man- then Turpin in a third Robinson— three ranges, 200, 500 and 600 Tor ta ; oe nocked out IF YOU ARE
every advantage of the ning scored the fifth goal for the Turpin scrap in London next red Ww a the Martinez has an Rath ak kaa ee ae ree Memo Books 8c., 15c., 36c. Pencil
he gg hij visitors afte ring » Giants June is in the works with Jack additional range - 300 rd: a Sree
.ccommodation. Their highpower- Visitors after luring the Giant M e ° ) yards, 1. Pe : ;
ed ‘flood light: and : brigl t mien custodian from between the up- Solomions, _ British Promoter y= poet ; ae are shot» VanaeseG Pied wound up in hospital with A Pens i ee Lorene ee
illuminated the murky waters of Tights. Ocean Giants fought back are ag it up for the White City Siaee taste preee and the possible rib a atten oie aa SOI tise actiaunonaip Ui datiasl 6e.
‘ ns . . . , da é . aan s earlier g- Stac n ghest Ssible score per man is * ; J . " ey + Book
the Yacht Club and a strong tide 2nd Gill made up his earlier mi Nothin lefi > ye a lf i f came in the third round of a StOGOPREE PER 00! |
> = oe one ith Not gz is definite yet but its a 15, and 840 for the whole te; \ » 4B4 4 : . .
swept downfield throughout the ae a Baasing Weatherhead witb | tral otter the sell out crowd ‘ ; le team. scheduled 10 —(C.P.) Fountain Pens 60c., 72c. Bags .... $2.69, $4.25, $3.02
game. a scorcher. 51 97 ¢ 70 ne Po ast year Barbados won ji , n { e199 «@ ~ one
SOAs dane: Shenatner wen wenn of 61,370 th a « Waclaee the Polo pitish Galan eas won it thoes saaaaaamanaeaaananaaa’ e $1.20, $1.32, $2.96, $3.60 s ; }
Looked On mut of the water for a major foul, vate. ‘ won Pray points, Jamaica was second with Messrs. CARL DEANE & HUBERT | wy "AT Wi THIS Exercise Books with
Barbados ‘ladies let down bar- and Giants seized the opportu- “ ‘The pounding Turpin took from 757 points, British Guiana third See te sonsien than eiinge thes m aba Rulers............ 4e., 6¢., 14e. $
bega Hunte, Mary Knight and pity with an extra man in th€ gugar Ray Robinson in New York With 749 and Trinidad last with swing to the inclemency of the SPACE Hard Covers ............ 72¢.
Marion Taylor while skipper Pat- water. Smith, outstanding player Wednesday night is nothing to 693. British Honduras did not} weather on Sept. 2nd., 1951 Pen Nibs 1
terson, Maurice Foster and Del- for Giants, swam the ball across what he will get from the British Shoot. THE DANCE ‘ TS eens Rate wy
bert Bannister also watched their the half line and took a shot. jncome tax collector. 8 ——— Guiana shot for the which was to be held on that date x = q
eam vr ~ from th nie t . re ra »Iped wettenham Cu Se ¢ will be held at
im mates f the pier I Acqui at centre for ward help a sasles in Gales bes tk aan p on Saturday euGie Eine COMER CLUS, x Crayons, per box 18e.
expected that these six playe the ball into the goal to make the 3 ast. ST. JOSEPH $ a and 30c
will turn out for the visitors in the nal score 52 in favour of Bar- Put young Randy put his gleam- No news has yet been received (Kindly lent by the } ement) 9 PUBI AC =
test tomorrow night bados ing new middleweight crown on from Barbados about the Martin- SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT
t > * q . re a y . y J . * “ , 95 i
Speed of ihe Barbados "the match was broadcast over he Une fOr not much more than ez Shield whic is controlled v1 sunsnox: cits eatin Us NOTICE “wen Seh
dies was the chief upset of th radio Trinided and tomcrrow’ a " J 7 i s 1 10Wn. Music b , y 3 + 4 ¢ ogo
The Chand r si ; aah vil Wie ts c arried pal â„¢ a bene the C ar age whether Jamaica as a result of the; i Gechento. ha $1.20 & $1.44
; “ 3 , 4 Z al inlanc revenue—"Mr. 3lood recent hurricane was able to takei Dancing from 9 p.m, to'3 a.m.
Jean ll we in tl t on o id 9 metre « ” . 3
tt an Jear cea ie 000 “U >. 31 and 90 exre Sucker” to rueful Britons—have part in either the Swettenham or| 4 64 Mrs. MARIA CARLOTA
getting a . vee a ] . applied their tight formula, Ran-° Martinez shoots. t FOSOOOOO DONO GONSALVES ens me
ve goa o her credit and dy’s cut of $207,076 probably will : te s

Left arm slow bowler G. Sober; above Residence.

of Kent routed the City Colts with
econ ourse ene HE. Corbin of Barrows also tured
H. Corbin of Barrows also turned

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@ From Page 5, there is still plenty of leeway t j : four for 10. No City Colt player
make up and no room for con- “It is the purpose of this course reached double figures and the
1 development was only for placency, it is also true that pro- to direct the womanhood of the team was bowled out for 43 | P
nat we thought fit to describe as gress can be seen in many direc- island along this path. It is to ~~ bes -~
“The Servants.” tions e.g. in health, nutrition, in Make life more abundant for all The Country Colts, led on
“We have shed this limited the lowering of the incidence of and if it is true that the level frst innings by 17. Hope took
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usterity of outlook and are now infant mortality, in the material reached by the community is the

; five for 25. Gibbons bagged three
building up our community life on used for and the style of clothing, level reached by its women, there 88

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the postulate that all knowledge or emphasis being laid on comfort ¢an be no doubt that as one batch i tickets . . . ARBADOS.
skill that is essential for the well- rather than on custom or conven- Of girls after another goes out Lae yell ta i â„¢

being of the community is worth tion. from these classrooms, equipped i J EGIMENT
acquiring without consideration of “From my own knowledge of With the new powers that this] Of the 53 scored by the Coun- . RE a
class, and that a blending of intel- conditions in our sister islands, I course will give, life will indeed try Colts, P. Graham of George RNIMAN Ss SPORTS CLUB
20 activities wit yractical say ‘bados ew oe re ¢ a re dy. a 1ade 17.

lectual activities with practical can say that Barbados is not be- be more abundant for everybody.” | Park made 1 ;

arts enriches the life of the in- hind in any way in these improve- He then declared the course The first Country vs. City First
dividual in every way. And so we ments and in taking this course Open and wished the teachers, as|mateh takes place on September

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courageous pioneers who in spite favourable position and pleasure from and in the|pank Hall. \ NNU AL
of criticism and scoffing when- ‘ course, ln liania gti anseeiiii oe aisle a
ever new ground is being broken, Intensive Course Mrs. H. A, Vaughan then moved 7 i
persisted in bringing about a “The course is fairly wide but 4 vote of thanks after which some Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains? D A N¢ E
change in outlook is also quite intensive, In the or- of those attending took a look at ‘ shoe
“Bear in mind that something #aniser you have a capable and the work done on the previous six Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
is being given to you at little or enthusiastic head and she has the month course At
no cost in money to yourselves. support of equally devoted in- and —
You have only to make the ne- structgrs. It may interest you to THE DRILL HALL
cessary effort to master the les- hear that since this centre was s. a e
sons. The community is giving established in 1946, nearly 5,000 W “ c
you; you accordingly owe some- young women like yourselves have hat 8 On > ; er Dancing from 9 p.m.
thing to the community, You passed through its doors, going Toda : ~ y, ti ‘ a
are being made a more useful out bepter equipped to carry out y Admis: 3/6
citizen not merely for your own their ,duties in cottage, mansion, : > ta ‘lub e,
sakes, but in order to enable hotel, guest house, school or club. Barbados Camera Clu Ta \\ _
vou to pass on the knowledge That will give you an idea of the Exhibition at the Bar- \ Dress Informal
and skill you acquire to others. amount of work put in by the or- eae Museum 10 a.m. You will feel Sloan's doing you
If vou have not a full realisa- ganiser and her assistants. You 4 = re ood at once. It acts quickly — = e e
tion of your duties in this re- Will have to work hard if you Shooting BRA. at Govern- ’ aa ative 9
: Oa ality ; Saati hos ment Rifle Range 300 and soothes and comforts and dr
spect there is something wrong wish to qualify for the certificate © g
with your outlook to the preju- Which will be given to those who 000 yards 1 p.m. out all inflammation, For FOoOoD BAY STREET
dice of your value as a citizen ag eg mdgpee | complete the course, The fifth oo - a LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN ON THE PACKET.
< ‘ e f pers ; . It deals with everything that the second Division cricke , yy r
and your need of personal hap r 2 e )
piness. There is a great deal of 4verage woman, w hether house- begins at the various PROTEC TION a
shallow thinking to-day, current wife or unmarried, should know, grounds at 1 p.m, .
even among those on whose edu- from the correct way to pin the Police Band at the Drill niment Use i
cation much time and money eae a ee on proper way Hall, Garrisen—Dance in { ' : |
have been spent in regard to this °F feeaing the brute, aid of Regimental Sports From all Shed. ;
matter of the relative weight to It goes a fair way towards Fund 9 p.m. ; chemsts and th {
be given to public and private enabling you to achieve that CINEMAS OP canarias es a ae ee ee M
interest epitome of feminine virtues mak- wnvt . Wedding” f
e 1 . % s. mpire: “Emergency
cuts, Not Duties fae tar tn bentot wetaan w= | "UO" eumatism, Ankles Pu seipciepc
“The tendency is to stres cribed in a book of wise sayings, Olympic; “Duel In The Sun” and v v e CLE W F
rights, pot duties: what is due to of Which I cannot refrain from ‘Portrait Of Jennie” 4.30 and . . ° , > IN SHOES
us: not what is due from us. Does quoting you a few passages : ae W ikcete wal A ackach n ? This Pure and Hygienic Foil
not the consciousness that you She seeks wool and flax and Boulevard” 4.45 and & 30 p.m v a SAVES F
made some contribution to the works willingly with her hands. Aquatic: ‘Treasure Island” 5 and he Sealer ad ane ee at in ea a s Ss ooD
well-being of others give a feeling She brings food from afar. She gaat; pete Island” and “A Nights, or suffer from Dissiness, Warvauee Doctors’ recoris wore thar Eon een TIME and WORK GIRLS’ AND
f satisfaction which forms no pert pang om when it is yet night venk' ae Werke” Abana: 6:18 Rite Rackache, Les Pains, Swollen Ankles, + No Benefit—No Pay BOYS’ SHOES—Brown, Black or
of the inner experience of those and gives meat to her household p.m Raiden te Loca 04 makbste niet fait cia eee The very first dose of Cystex goes rfght i lg noe ec White:
who have merely collected what and a portion to her maidens. Globe: “The Frogmen’ 5 and fore your time, Kidney. Trouble is the true | to Work helping vour Kidneys remove ex ‘ a s
they regarded as due to them” She perceives that her merchan- 815 p.m, cause. - intanan Again: Rica Gael ece ce ; Sizes 7—10...... $3.75
That is, I believe what Hay bad dive is good. Her candle goes over nofonae and arinks, worry. colds cr | mieera that Gyatex will sutiaty vou com — : i
in mind when he described teach- not out by night. She lays her and place a heavy strain on your kidneys | P! i A RET to tty one money 1 1 ( » ll—? » 4.75
ing as the most richly rewarded hands to the spindle and her so that they function poorly and need help | entirely sfied just return the. empt ll JASON JONES 8 ‘
profession in the world, All socia hands hold the distaff. She is fo property tet sous Dicuss Spe ciaiataws packag get your money beck, 7 NY » 3— 5 5.25
improvements in the West Indies not afraid of the snow for her YESTERDAY’S es eaten (s mn-tex) conte littl t chemists ; ;
must be directed more towards the household, for all her house- )Help Kidneys Doctor's Way you, so buy your treatment today Kk CO. LID } GYM BOOTS—White, Brown or
eee ne a a ical hold are clothed with .carlet WEATHER REPORT iblany doctors have discovered by scien- for ’ ’ | Black: :
womanhooc ian to the physica She makes herself coverings of FR 74 f tific clinical tests and in actual practice KIDNEYS } ;
. 2 in kee , wi , . , OM CODRINGTON that ick and » way to hel » kid- TY
oe ‘ ae = oe oo tapestry, her clothing is silk Rainfall: .94 in heys clean out excess Poirons ae acti bo BLADDER cI { Sises 10 — 2...... $2.00
this principle that so much a and purgle. She makes fine Total Rainfall for Month to with a scientifically prepared prescription | The GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM !
tion is being given to the diffusion linen and sells it and delivers : ren PLPLOLOL PEEP OPEL PPE A LLLP PAPA INF ' ” 3— 5.... 2.15
of greater knowledge, skill and irdies to merchasit. She date: 5.11 ins. ro x ODS 99DS GES SPPODOPOOIO
sapacity for judgment among tht S = ce nae Highest Temperature: 84.5°F SIN 8 ‘s Ct Bois OS
capacit) JGR TS , tn looks well to the ways of her ona ‘ 5°F >| >
people, for as these assets are in- household and ats not th Lowest Temperature: 73.5°F s Vi P A pP. ah. >» xis 7 neg) ’ T x Bri ;
creased, the non-human assets ar¢ Sonen ri e Wind Velocity: 8 miles per IO i any cop e rerer ..- Xi | »~ ring your children in for an
Apr aA bread of idleness. These are hour x xy i x
improve 7 2 .
“We are already reaping some some of the ideals of Hebrew Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.959, y x x a expert fitting.
shite tint of hehe deavour's culture which since they can 3 29.876 9 Lys °
of the fruit of these endeavour : - ‘ (3 p.m.) 29.876 ot 1 .
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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATL'MVflr. SEPTEMBJ-.K 15. 1K51 BIG 3 OFFER PEACE TO WEST GERMANY Full Partnership In Europe Proposed WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. THE WEST'S Big Three Foreign Ministers for mally announced today they agreed on a peace contract to make Germany a full partner in the European Defence effort. The United States, British and French Foreign Ministers said in a communique that they instruct ed the Allied High Commissioners to begin immedi ate negotiations with the Bonn Government to end the Occupation and provide for German participa tion in Western Defence. Tht Big Three agreement came — after five days of conferemos among Secretary of State Dean British Foreign Secre|.,iy Herbert Morrison and French Foreign Mini-tier Robert Schumaii. It ...m. within a week after signing the Japanese peace treaty at San Francisco — the peace contract 11 ;i bold move to enlist Western Germany's great human and industrial resources against Russia. The Communique said: -ffcs>| %  gatoagajW' told the Japanese' peo^ Foreign Ministers have reviewed i pfe: -We must not betray %  intries hope* placed in us." by the Jap Premier Back Home From 'Frisco TOKYO. Sept Premier Shigcru Yoshlda turned from San Franc IM 1 the i 10 the German Federal Republic and agreed on instructions to the 1 .;h Commission for negotiations of mutually acceptable %  U with the Federal Government—the effect whereof will be to transform thai relationship completely I irk Agreement is. British and French dlnlopod negotiations would "culminate in an early agreement between the four Governments to enter Into effect tonether with an agreement for German participation In Western Defence through the proposed European Defence Community whose forces would form part of loint defence forces under North Atlantic Supreme Command.'' The Ministers said directives they issued to High Commissioners called for the "integration of the Federal Republic on the basis of equality within the European Committee Itself included in developing the Atlantic Community." "Such an integration wouTd thus be inconsistent with the retention in future of the occupation status or of the power to Interfere in Federal Republic af%  %  Foundation %  Ministers believe that agreements no*** to be reached with! DM Federal Government should provide a basis for its raUtkan.'hip to their countries until a % % %  n lenient with a unified Germany becomes possible." •nrnuntqiM noted that it WM impossible to give Germany %  formal poaco treaty at present because of the separation from controlled Eastern Germany. As a result of "division and security problems" Allies would be obliged to retain "certai special rights. "They said these reserve powers are being retained, however. Mly in relation to the stationing of armed forces in Germany and the protection of the security of IhtM forces, as well as to questions affect inn Berlin and Germany as a whole including eventual peace settlement md Co* the re-unification of Germany." —tu.r> CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT MOSSADEGH TEHERAN. Sept. 1*. A campaign to unseat Premier Mohammed Mossadegh in the fight over Iran's oil nationalization pol cy to-day was gathering momentum both inside and outside the eounuv ft Is said Zi Ed D*n. a former CcaiNCiv.t: British head of the inactive National Party reopened his party headquarters and rallied nupporters last night. In a speech denouncing the Premier Zia Ed Din a favourite of the Shah Mohammed Ran Pl.hlevt i* the man considered nv*t likely to succeed Mossadegh if a fight led by 14 Opposition deputies in the HaJUl (Low* House of Parliament) succeeds in unseating the PiBritain, hopeful that Mossadegh can be ousted, twisted an economic noose tighter about Iran by ocdantg ihfpi already al oag wita cargoes of certain scarce materials to change course and head for nthcr parti ir.pt tions who have signed the Peace Treaty Making his first report to th nation at a tumultuous Press Con ferenre two and a half hour after his return to Tokyo's Hane da Airport. Yoshlda said: "A San Francisco, I found the feelf various countries toward Japan to be better than we. the Japanese people* imagine. I als.i keenly felt the great expectations placed In Japan by the other nations," Yoshlda and his peace delegation staff arrived at Haneda by I Pan American clipper, with 12 ;leek United States jet ftghtci-s escorting the plane in to the field. They zoomed low overhead as rowd of 500 Japanese and Allied veil wisher* gave the delegate* an enthusiastic ovation. 1 thousand more Japanese, waving small rising sun flays, heered Yoshlda along the rou'a if his return to his official residence in Tokyo. —11.p. UK Opens Oil Refinery FAWLEY, IngUnd. Sept 14 PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE opened the largest oil refinery in Western Europe with a warning to Iran that long delay in settling the Anglo Iranian oil dispute may lose a market for the Middle Eastern country's oil Communist Tanka Attacked VS. F.IOHTH ARMY 1IKAI)QUAHTF.I'S. K!i(iri of p I :• abroad which will make possible the re-establishment i>f a sound International monetary standard." He said ivstoration of monetary stability throughout tCM free world "Is a task WtuOfa I nallenges the highest type of states-, manship in and out of I nent For without a common in-. tarnaUonal monetary basis—a ke> i urn m i >ir standard i the value of other monies con be measured—we can hardly hope to lay a solid foundatiixi U-\ u %  < t national trade n •van solid domestic cconomv — t'.i*. 'IB J. al. KIDNEY, Chalraun of the CosurdsslsiMn of Hfslth opensal Turning ywtarday Th* Bsia M tar Hghth In attaassl. tntory • Nations Lay Claims To Submarine Areas Confuse OUl International Laws (Bv HARRY H. I RANT/) WASHIM iTON Sept U THE INTatltlCST 'i man* < unti i marine depotits %  %  iH'trulfuii *HI Uidc Mrnlorial waters has becun '" cm fuse The time honl Ashctrmcn war* the prim •nsidVration. M:inv countries, fncludirtk,' the United States, hgvi m nt yean asserted rights, of control oi Jurisdiction li sub-marine areas far beyond the limited conflneg of lerrf torlal water*. Some such culms n li the PhlM li page r>l BERNARD BRAINE, M,P. IS OFF TO JAMAICA %  AN'. Sept. 14 Mr. Bernard Braine, Conservat.ve M P Basnt, P.illerlcay Division, grtk ilay visit' on Thursday night, flew to Jamaica.' Braine told a Press Confort that the West Indies should have a much clearer indication of P/hal BM going to happen to West Indian sugar after 1953 ADVOCATE J'CA RELIEF FUND A Melromr 'donation 1 •Mi> from the rrotUlon Mer.h.int. Association led the Hi) yesUrdat in the drive toward* thr livr lUurr total, whlrh however. i<. rt to l>r reached. This oinnot remain far auay II those who havr not yet *uhrrlbed. da so tods*. It woula be a i.itin. rtoae la this week's vtlvltles. WON'T YOl' SI nst KIHK TODAY ? It matter* not whlrh K.nk >oa send It to, or wheuker vou leave It al the other of this NrwspaBer. It will be thankfully received and gratefully aeknowledged Opportunity beckons ysa today. Ami IHI'. %  > %  %  • *.!• -. II I Id r H M iSS M E 100 On u %  rvrin. i so ( >III4M* Hsah al ( % %  HH'K Anon Sli'MM %  %  • Nnrfers; $50,000 PARTY Ai\ "IHStlLT" i nt Ha asked in Parbamani loday why u pafmRatal *. hf anilh millionaire to give a . I tie %  te't %  of mdUoru : . %  . •i toa an tiaa and I tfet dL*pnti I Ant claims extond to the limitii th" Vague "contini deacribed the gi lance as Rteat %  ol Italian Kiv. liifcUl .Tit S... %  quaation In ParUanv i the InterlM lluu %  abOUl tin party. The Vatican I>I< \ I..I,I> aaasvanaafl %  %  i >p.niisti niili .ii... Da BeaatajHi UUusatTBD I llhoUi souroai Mai fWn BMfl CattwlM priest: ir Shanghai were arrested oi i u chat get Thr\ mcludeil oin' lush two t'hirWhwiag Ri .in-roisiiNFti niNNKii— A cHanti e demarcated I lional OoUTt of Juki ,.t rii. BafBM relataa only tu heries rights and the it i at tin t^,. UM rrom which Moslem Pilgrims Die Of Sunstroke CAIRO. Sept. 14 Cairo Raiiio reported from Mecca on Friday that 20U Moslem pilgrims died as a result of sun%  tgoka during the past two days. A Bpadal Cnlro Hadio correspondent said the heat was abnormal while pilgrims failed to take precautions as the Pilgrimage to the Holy shrines started with the Quarban llairam feast on WedDaadaj It said casualties belonged I" various nationalities of the Moslem world. The Saudi-Arabian legation In Cairo is taid to be checking the report.—UJFRENCH PLANE STILL MISSING PARIS. Sept U. Reds Charge Of New Violations By PHIL NEWSOM TOKYO. Sept. 14. RADIO PEKING hurled new Communist cl Kaesong neutrality violations against the United Nations The Communists ggtve no hint that they were any closer to resuming ceasefire talks. Red China Radio charged that the United Nations "still has no intention of stopping their provocative acts" and claimed United States planes had again "violated" the Kaesong area by flying over it three djiyi this week Radio Peking ->aid United ,. n blank denial of ;.ll Red charges French and Spanish HUM md French naval vessels searched in vain Co* a French D.C'J airliner missing ^ more than two days with 39 i*-r-ons aboard. Officials of the Freiuh line "Alpes Provence" said Hiis afternoon the Mediterranean 'earch would continue in the hope that .ice of the plane still might be found. The plane disappeared Wednesday on a flight from muthem France to North Africa. —L.P. Nations planes flew over Kaesong times on Monday, 16 times on Tuesday and 29 times on Wednc*Reds ignored repeated allied reminders that there has never been an agreement that Allied planes would not fly over a neutral conference rone. General Kidgway'i admission that a United Nations B.26 had strafed Kaesong accidentally before dawn on Monday was used lor more propaganda. Pciping claimed the United Nations admission proved "the bankruptcy' of the Unitca States "policy of threats and denials Australian Wilfred Burchett. g ixrrespondent for the Communist Tans newspaper Ce Sa*r said in cne dispatch broadcast by Radio Peking that Ridgway must deal with all Red charges of neutrality violations before the talks can be resumed. It seemed certain Ridgway Lould never back down from his TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise : S.M a.m. viin---t : 103 p.m. %  aaa Full Urhtinc %  (N p.m. Mich Tldr I 3.14 a.m.. 3 43 Low Tide I 9 a m. .M p.m. consequent upor tba K straling incident. —I" P. 1 i(— it %  J* /ii' %  AaWT r H^St~J I||{£^ • Ara you the broken* down old geyser?" Stabilization Of fajMnvHv Silk Price PtOpQtvd lAJNuON. Sept. 14. Th*UttamattoBal Bllai I lay officially an japan UM tutbUlaaUon of tnf in. %  ol raw Mlk at $3.80 a pound : i lapai '' u can! iielow th< eurraoi prwa> The proposal trail l> | 10 |n'i Bant fluctuation either W8 • United States. Britain I SwtUarlarid (M and Indii Nini'ty -three per cent of the gUh i • l,: Ullir.i in JapanaN Italy, uai largast freiarorkl after Japan Bbstaine< iiilt on the proposal a' Director* whuli andad HK* Association's weeklong Id nation Congress. The Italian dalaaattoo was re oppotad U) gnj silk price I stabilization -I'.P eonlsnce with international law. The question of the H C0Ol .•help' Is not involved. But international experts Mud %  iat the principles cstablis^l b) •K &f w '*reaaa to ilia uoaalal !ae line would probabl; be regarded as significant b; latrlga, arhtefi ha i ed 'Vontiguous zones" in "terrt | torlal seai" liMeinMmii.il Claims 1 The present intarnaUonal rtiao* in national Catln waters run: <" %  i beyon'i territorial limits Is described; geographically in a recent pufaUcation of the A %  It ii writt. i %  %  the Bpactal Adrl i N p irtmanl ol W Ha ithorltaUva p aattloguad tha PU .ill countrta "Never has national claims in adjacent si'.is btan M ap varied, or so lm-m rlCVfl fnt seas has ther P b**n need lor universally %  in'Miii Ifratti %  .HI in the IICHI. ;II. % %  ( 'i '—I'.P. batWtOu Union i.t oaMala of UM ol Labour have been set for next Tuesday to reach an understand inK and avoid the strike ii *\ CUP—The inanniiiar) team went ahead >.t tda Britlsl %  %  %  ithth iMernatloiial tun. ,leh N.WAI. rAI.KS l i Lord Lort mnpton tomitht im tin Unltoi .States of Amenta by UM Queei Mar*. Me will discuss with US Naval Chlgg Admiral rochtoUn British and U.S. naval pioblami H \N n An Praneb Com %  ( iitvt ir. Irtd rodo Tassignv ha arrived rtt Waablngton tot tain .,. u Js ...i •.. Pranco to help he end the .n ll l>i-cn---:*Mi On 1 iii-<>pt MM Arm) Htarls Nov. 13 PARIS, Sept I* Premlei Reno Pratroa disclose* Friday khat the North Atlanti • luncll will meet in Pan iboul Novaraaar is to decide th. UM Kuropean Army. Ho Hid the N A TO Counei m-eting scheduled fur lata lOf m It.Mite will still be hel* lul iii eosjauai pi imaril) the ounitlon i I iterranean Command .. !, %  ., ..: IM. v. • %  ..! % %  I< AM rhanga of li--ation and limi r„i the N \ TO debate on h.* %  •< ill Eunapean arn i nan urata inoual bo haTnaoo won n-tlv the t'mlI r.,1 As-einhl> is n*i.tiiil.sl ti bogan in Paris Nov a and n orauli 1 ejMer fr U*i> PapOTtai tagi to go on Mniuilamnoeondb the French PatfUaman ,. i abb OFUI imt lotura Iron ts already much postponol VO atlon until caily Noremboi an t will have to holrt . f.icigi .. |„ ,i. Uite (-.-tiire %  ] N \" uatuaaton %  •( UM BV Man ararj i t r Lennox Itoytl Will Arrive Here On Sunday limi OWN t'ocrripoiulaiil' iNTIOUA lept II MI A r Unnon Boyd, M.P iccranaaMMd hi Maloa wmM$ \ %  i onat kal >i Che n Ktoncf ol iiuatraaor, Mi it si • (i Wajma IWv to Si Kills tiNlay U nott His Kxcellenc, Mr. K. W Uackburaa and will iMMn I \iitii(ua tomorrow. Mi. Boyd wil iftrvo Hi Barbados on Sunday ir u> miil-ll*'dliniii-t.i! %  Attlea •puke .' the dtHltcatlon .f v., (37Sooo.eoo i i '>. III a Abadan" ami MM ol IU anaaara Mi Iran's NaLlonaUiaUoa <•' H* Anglo-Iranian Dii Corai lie uud >-i Brtlain and the hates had arranged for United Slates Oil Companies to replace most of the 32.000,000 ion* yearly production lost through the closing of the huge Any Refinery at Absdan. The new "cry In 15 miles from S< nlhamptoti mi Hie tOOtb 000*1 Miilain. and II "''I iirndim' S.OOO.00O tons of oil yearly Six other rellnerles to be completed in Britain by 153 wlli btMwt the nation's output of refined products to 20.000.000 tOM %  ajOj tfnM 'he iiutput if I IMS. Speaking of UM Anglo-Iranlati daaauta, Attloo iai Wo on onalous to come to an agreement wlttl [ran and to resume out MOBdl) co-operation, bul the must reall/r th.t long delay may %  maiket f.i —IP l-Muii l.'ult ^ulion Will |{I|<;F/)I;ETOWN. S. A four ln.tr, doll %  lion Albert Gome* Trinidad trie Hon. Wiiu..m Ra i Quiana, the Hi oi low Sir John Saint i>f Barbar will i.-|reserit the W. the Commonwealth Supply a Production Conference In advisory capacity to the Minis ol State for Colonial Atf.u-U.S. 1 ill Pay No Mare Than 135 Aa Ouilce I oi i.uiil WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 John osiydna Friaay that the ion %3b an mince fur gold. Snydcr rooda It tag to tinQuoalkm %  I Pi Id to di cuss the curra %  %  Bonl i %  •Is it oonoct thai ICH %  i to pgomlum gold sales u. 1 %  %  UHH %  -ris that the> I mukin^ f| SnydiT %  %  during thiv. > Bank and I Snyder ., tonof tho in i' 1 will express its views at thprnper tune before the dp -I I* Heeklett Maifo (sO-o/M>riitive Officer ..... Mi. (A I II.. klej. Jr r I'. .. .ni. Agri. uiLiire insiriKioi i,., Dinted !.. DM ofl %  %  i Opei IUVI Oflkor, L> partrnon and AaTMulturOi vrlti -ifeet from 17th Bo p tombor, INI i in 101a %  % %  (^ J %  i. I Ma an > 111 %  .. i %  %  ..: %  %  i CortaaoatO, tu %  in| i,..', i. 1 i it the t"i> of tin %  In Ortoher. 1944. he was offere. %  Governi • : i on il Ag %  i > %  %  < %  r ir oano ro agnculbsro troi awordoo Uh A nroin 1st AIIKUSI. I'M. Peasants' AgmulUir.. idoa, and was OUo anpolnti d In 1 Mi Btckli ; i. 'nlntiv h %  ii 'i • a operatives, jointly spon ored bi Comi i Agaieultui • %  ." %  1/nlti In August btst h01 %  Old by &f Bxtra M %  Tit of th 1 the We. perotlvo Do* monl um i RUSSIA IS NOT PLANNING WAR OFFICIALS RELIEVE Sprinif Yet lhe*i 1XJNDON. Sept. 14 %  nd autumn .ire tragiur jitter seasons 'in iut thu autumn betting lurope's top officials are inther world war now. lot of trouble 'i (Soviet satellite natana Air %  i lei I Mi But being cautious they include I delicaUsituations In Yugoslavia! Walln will no1 B big if" in their arguments. The and the Middle East, it kt • %  •' %  ripltate war MS — ifKreml; ndent post hartt I; %  --.i-ecial Ambassamake a mis-calculation and over' tumn for some time. Avarotl rlarrln iftor I Eastern Europe, the Middle East, roach itself Th i k survey of Western Europe on and in Asia. Maybe more little i course is the situation in Korea. British I-abour Prime %  aool a of tho/ailuro of I localised wars, but no world war I Altlee waOOialolj premeditated U\ Omluropenn official to itate the .jd long Josef Stalin. pleteh anal a full scale war is rewar" thesis. both n Every top European and United sumed in Korea, Europeans fear Jn a speech last week-et d M letiKihs to avoid a World War; but States statesman who has dU-1 the United States pressure • bat Russia added there was always a chance problem over here lac moving toward an all-out war is planning for war." that Stalin and his fellov | weeks, is thinking along these 1 jgaimt Rd China may be lrro-i Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito haa i lmite* won Uistible but in Burope despite his frontiers almost surrounded by reaction of the West —v P To EfaproMnaJ B.G. At Tulkfi nfr WaUar A ItstSQM I th* B.O. 1 • hll Aaaoclatlon, will al a meeting r I-i 1* bald ; San Juan Puerto Raeo, In eon Uh UM formation i tboll Aociatin The "ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night King Joins Shooting Party EDINBURGH s.^t 14 lh. King Bull loi lung troul ". braw I the moors thuci.. I n Hi* .h.Hitmg part) rrom Balmoral ( satla Ho ..a-i.-npartied by the Ilukc "I Edinburuh. husband % %  ,in ... pcdiUon t" Ooirnahtol abotd I an rnlloi Irora Balmoral The King London by turn Friday to Mf oh] li,, Qw l % %  '" Pnncess Marurot will ir,ml with htm. Docn.is U'liex tinKing's present lung condition is the aftermath of .HI attack of COtarfhal mflammalinn of the lung last May. The King, M. then was advised to test by gtalaco ofh'ials. He said his A.-straliaii toui next Jaman v "ill be carried out as %  rtwdulgd li*\aii "Difrutfil" 1X>NIX)N. Sept H Bevan Is against the Male and %  paed of Brtlaln'i ran |iri>grnmme lOODg loiiscrvallve UtfOd as a *t rm-Um lycle fscnuy RALEIGH THI stt-irfll IICfClE A wida v.ri.ly o( models always on display and ready assembled for you to lake away S*. our cycla Deparlmenl, first Floor iAW. SHEPHLRI) i. i.. Ltd. 10, II, 12 & U Bioid Sole Distnbulork .. lid. ^V 13 limi wile iimaii iiinii i•• i-ime • %  > % 


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SATIKDAV slUIMHEK 15. l5l BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAOt rivr. B'dos May Have Mayor And Corporation If Local Govt. Bill Is Passed For that rich savoury flavour I %  •in ruiiM. MEAL BARBADOS will have a Mayor and Corporation il the Local Government Bill, laid before the House of Assembly on Tuesday last becomes law. For the purpose of Local Government the BUI provides that the island shall be divided into six areas which shall be known as the City of Bridgetown, the Bristol District. the Scotland District, the Courteen District, the Codnngton District nnii the Sea well Dis.nci These districts have been set out as follows :— 2nd Course >ened In Home Instruction At Housecraft Centre The City ..f Bridgetown— Comprising St Michael's Partsti and part of Christ Church; the Bristol District—Comprising the Parishes ^.^ of St. Lucy and St. Brier; tfa. 1 i k_^. ,,__ , J 'and District—compriatog the PurIf |jPri#*fl *hw of St. Andrew and Si. Joseph; ^^ %  -** %  /n*-u.*vai thp courteen District — CompCtSing the Pamhe* „f St James and St. Tbomaa; too Codrinfton District — Comprising the Parishes of S George and St. John; and the The second M '.-month Home S***' 0 District—Comprising the rs* Course to be held in Pa""'-'' %  St, Philip ..nd the rest the island was opened it the Of Christ Church. Homer raft Centre y, sterday , , *, niornuig by Mr E C. M. TheoUfirivt \rimfft Dsputa Dtnetor of Education. The name of the City Dirtrict Some of the student* of this "Bridgetown" is obvious and .•curse arc teacher* and others, dub ;e*d* no comment, loaders. BvoryoH expressed the "Bilstol" ha* been chosen (or nope that the students after the two moat northern parishes qualifying nt tn< | e. fr-nn the association of Littlt* would rproad their knowledge Bristol or Speight* town throughout the community. "Scotland District" is wU ihuL y *. J'"', l,m '?' • %  known and has in . way had the Housecraft Cantre, raid that IPtcnl „„„.,„, b i cssln£ lhc the first six-month 11 held in 1948 4 At that time wea the organiser. That coarse was partly flns—. by CoVoala] Devclupnn nt & Welfare funds, for this reason ten students were from the Leeward nd the other ten i !" the Windward*. formation Of the Scotland District ii Board, although the work of that body will eatend SStt.lPSSB !*>>£ """% %  a and st. Joseph "Courteen District" i William Courteen. the i (hi E...I ot M.iill->r*-uuh, why lilted out the bl| •William and John" whin, l..i. i.-., | settlers, 80 in number. at lloletnwn i .ton District" is so called from the association with the Christopher Codrington ho fuUndud Codrington Col'ege. %  Sen well" once only a medium iod plantarlon hU risen I fun* recent years with the buiUlin^ r the Aii Held, but it has become i well known that the naming of ie District ~fs justified. 'Emergency Squad 1 Kepi Bus\ B\ Burst Pipes In St Peter THE GENERAL SUPPLY of the Barbed • work* Department during August was, in the main, j uniform. The huh points of the nortJ '1 the? I lh "f St. Peter expeneni tUn in. tin morning peak hours, but this deficiency should disappear after the new Haymans system comes into operation m Jam... I %  >.' The perpetual burs*.tug of pipe. month and, if the worst come* to served the community the worst, every effort will be HB %  tht last ct ids to c o m plets the hall %  *nre of the resibuilding that BOSOgOSnodetl dents The "mergen> -.goad" iiwwrr Station proper, so th.it the %  > b ton overhead Crane OS Mure Mains I D Dcighi -. Mlehaei mov#d ""•' i"'1 1 Onh foui %  main ii-emg laid, end "* nth %  ' inain f" lh,,. ,,. l l. oi coral blocks the month at the fellow* %  Ii ifu.nt. Brtttoni HiM. H Michael; Leadvale, Chrlat Chu Amit> | Church Slow : t stead) pn being in., h K... k i i rovMIng .1 lough taa le" diametei meat, but id. : in paaln from the toe Hall Road towai ONE OF THE (URLS of thr Cookery ClaCour* pr^parr* .1 msal The second courHotuicCTaft Centre, Bay Street Inntnn tor .' %  nl.y at the Public Bath Opened At Hothersal Turning rhs waf] 1BOW M %  ovei i>jif the dtstanci • THE COMMISSIONERS OF HEAl.Tlt ..iene.' the '' ''••' "'"''' %  Hotherval Turmn, Puhhc B.th it 11 VSftl^Jf, mornin.!. jnebiitn. which is situated opposite the r end* w.nieiuh Itoservoli h.is in-en lai. ship Playini! Field, brings the number of Public Batns in there Ii Httls margin at t. St MlchaeJ to eighl Talk On Sail Management She said that tht present was a full and comprehensive one ami would cull for hard work and study. They were all looking forward (o r.n interesting litm The course was Bnanoad by the Barbados Government and nl" students and teacher-S/ers badlans. Generalities i lulUvaUoh .-. u .1 % %  ith ee and Agn*ve a talk on problems of soil manIn Barbados," at a of the Agricultural tterday. Notes for the collected by M Mi Theobalds what rash of give the opening addi course In Housecraft, but let me hasten to assure you before you l>eRiii to show alarm at my temerity or expect to hear of a long list of things that should be done for the better comfort of Us that I proj marks to generalities without encroaching on lhc vartou subjects which I see mentioned In the syllabu* Knowles and Mr. J. B. D. Robbinson, Agricultural chemist Mr. Knowles emphasised the Importance of experiment? M the Is not until we have test"-.; our Bartheories in the field hy ngeani of well designed and carefully executed experiments that "It may be ever Justified in saying we know to attempt to the answer," he told the many planters who attended He listed seven chief problems. They were soil potash, new cul•ystems. soli nitrogen, ploughing and cane hole sitinu, application of bagasse, ratoon iiilace, ,m TO rrom Mondavi 1,, fTidaj Dooi of the baaemenl around the eater j %  rojis end Uv 7 a.m in 1 p.m in Sunday) framework al the top of the wall, n pleted, and the laying N ill nivi : %  • ittendsd %  1 Mood thai the I Ion loo Maaarch U rtunately struck softer stratum I .1 Coast SuppU 1M 1 llfl faco routs bot-* 1 %  dgs CUa (8) loan il and the Slid "f 'he fSMrSgl palm avenue sbove PI lei Hi IMS been iei.ninoitie,i pears practical. Praeii lavolUng baa bevn carried oul t< 1 Kill io Bdge Cliff, lo a the water coming from Golden Ridge ssafeted b) puraplng irom %  cient pressure t,i BdgM the fiiir edge. Ttu* ha 1 proved p been Initiated Into UM rJrm 1 uppb and the cost of l %  ai to covai the 1 iiit S 'ion Lofl Level Supplv rinlupply in the past hat be* tesponslble foi ChrW Churvl Ridge, and %  . lupplemeni II Klgetowii and iU stlblillM Win Uw iiciie PJactrk Pumping st. iiou bj ogemutng. hs titlBrj in tl %  raspecti v*iii bavi peered except as .1 lUndb) 1 11 is thereto! e proposed to tcw really tatty with just a little M-rmii.Make it lifSjr lor you too Marmitc *ontainthe B: vitamins that huilJ up health and rcM>.tancc to illness. That*! why k*l SO good for cvcn-onc on bread and butter or in tasty sardwichn. \ou can do so much with Mjrmite in •oup-., pgeigSj saucc\ ani' Navoury de.hc*> and .Warmite does so much lor good cooking ill to Sutherland lull ,:i. si Lucy: Hull VilUa* <2), st Lucy, Hillaby. St Ai by. Si Thomas, and \ utnall Christ Church \dditlonal main* mid UndPMt* uill be Ijid in St. Prter. M. 1 |hr beiifining of Januart whSn Hi. nrw llaymaira supplv SswssM he fuiictiuing Western Supply 1 vel si the rite the well 1118 reef and the Quit on Compi 1 bore IN reel U In coral thSt at the Site then' Is at leaft is feet of cora] belosi mean asa level. 1. |fl feet depth ad shhough it 1anuetpnted that the n86 f 1 %  1 % %  ". -. %  .. level st thi point. MAR MITE The Vitamin B Yeast Food M-.I. in L.^land allevlng tht < loidsfl Itldgs Bo as much a* |mv*ible i U'lietlt tludadeleaej area I south east si Lucy and ninth .-.iM St I'.'tri i>> the rdjhg t" (lom the 11. maJ ii". of Healtl Uw I' lie Hath Drittom Mm In %  not! %  %  '. %  formed hy Mr J M Kid Chtdrman of the ("o Mi E l> Molt ley n Wilkinson, Commi Mr W. W. Merrltt 1 It Sharpe Mai distriel slso sttendi I There is a suggestion b> Ml Mottley that when t' C ?''.-M ii in operation nh< -ilii be opened 01 evening* \o EX-SKKViCKMWS n \l, l\ JAMAICA Infoi meUon fi if the coral block %  raUi ronUnuei Army Isssidqiisrltn In Anxiety WS ex| i leiii. ,1 „l th" SUggg ll thai atiill receipt ..( coral blocks. II%I"K i" Dertisdoi appeal I" a it must IHrernsrnbered of tin impres s ion thai then that once the nexl crop tarl Ii om fund controlled bu Cai '" January, iu> more blocks will !%  bean Army lieail(|llSliei i foi -it m o nth s, and wall era nrnlcemen can dram omitotie_r>. bulldlngj, if Incomplete, will ust fund exists and ea-osrvkemen ",% !" L L a %  tandstill. would do waU lo ru ; '"* As a result of pi. |>l> the* ".ill save then i %  improved towards the end of the ili*.,l of -IIII |. -i <&*x&i Atal*%, Miss ARDEN S Pi I il Rapra* %  i itlva Miss ITVONNI GEOEOI Ii now lute i.i give ucptrl ulvlcc on Skin ( ,irunil M.iki'' p ('iiiiinirlicilii; Tllctdiiy. Si-pli'itihiT IHlh OHATIS CONSULTATIONS bj Ap| iimeni A' KMI.III S Letten Of A d in in itflni lion Ti> CM, ( l liilk. !hp Chairman two A,Ii,l > CoUjrmon type* of rat poison Tincii %  *''' ,| .' i ( i.iuduis Ci %  A "evYdencc of my profound whl '"h Is widely used here .n,,u [ St IflchaH, roi l.-tt-i ol At 2 p Knoranco of lliei* manors 1 may '<' pho.pt.ido. the olhei wliioh .'diii'iislialion lo lh UU of showed M y that one particular art meni considered too danserma !., „• hl "< %  O" IUMIIKIAIIK-Irhe milk Uoned in the list—the art of at present la warfarin "" %  <"' %  "•'". lattl f Katie Hall crowded r %  nndrjlH-WM so far outside my The rhairman said that the """" s Michael J" > !" < •" ""• !" mental experience that 1 ..had to reason for not u.in K the mw Ml M ,,,„„. ms ,„ lclrt by T*c was sported to l C M Brooks of the 'lun o( muKh at all the coasts but many irwood a Boyce. Solifshlng boats still wen appeared foi the petitionout. .*•?** .?*?•*• < US* tar, Claudiu Council. turn to th what il ictionarv to discover about. poison was that it was danger. lo livestock and nossihlv to Me*.,. human life. At the time '"In welcoming you to this course. I must at the same time sympathise with those who applied for admission to it but were not fortunate enough to be selected. The response to the advt I about the course is S most slgnl' the new conception of Education in the West Indfcas Wt Pan growing up and learning to put the cm| the right thine W the ii.lapti.bilitv which is as essential for the preservation of the . __. community oa F .t u for the well'" lh ^ourt for being of the IndlvldUsL ThirtySJ^ !" '" 1 l ,^ a / u f 1 . ran ago the, was no such "'" „ Hon Ir ,hc (*}** Judg* 1 ">maVe %  methodical study nounced decree nisi in d of Home Mansa id A "A petitioner and K F. atudle SS beAustin respondent. coming to a lady, so any time and Docree nisi was also pronounced money spent on making such a ' the suit of E. T. Arthur pctiwould have been boner and H C. Arthur, respondws led en!. The Servants The nil of H. C. Chase, peti"Vou Would even bam had loma tloner ami I. K. Chase, respondent people who. while they might have jss sojourned i< thai I hen ^ .is something boner did not turn up at Court. to be taught rould have felt InMr. E w. Barrow, counsel for .lUaosted that they H C. Chase, who was instructed had omethinjj to li irn. Such by Messrs Haynes and GnlTith. knowledge nt our then stage of soSolicitors, asked for the adt'mrngk On PSgH 8 ment. ihe Chief Medical Officer agree.) thai llarhadna was too thlcklv The roUov rwimlated. It was used in British ..dm.". ouiana s a ten s lvely where then "ere manv more r*t than *•<"•• Certlnnn Augusts Blenman, ted la errtvo here loi Meuse then tv Si Mlch v. n rning from British Gum Of danger to animals and people, liiims. Christ Church; Q eorge Tl I and 51 Vll rYancJi St PI She win be sailing ot Heteklah Qreave st klondsy night tor Cai nPfOPF tJlSt And rev ; Charlos William Hmkth,. British Morthei I Bh L/r^iccc rr/3( Divorce and Sma11 st Andr vi trl I I> ^6/arit ^ Styk While Buck No


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-\ri'RIl,\Y. SF.PTFMBF.K 15. 11BI BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'M.I I'llRKK 3 Tourist Ships Will Pay First Call Here Bigger Tourist Season Expected THREE TOURIST SHU'S will be calling at Barbados for the first time during the 1951—52 season for tourist ships. They are the Cunard Whit*-Sta: I .a. OnCoinpaiiiif Generate Trenaat I entkrvi m Libeii*and th* Empress of Scotland of Canadian Pacific Railwav Added to these, the Mau retain a and the Stella Polaris Which ate familiar to Barbados, will lie making calls. The Mauritania and the Empress of Scotland have planned two visits while each uf the others is making one call. OaaMatttgj th* visits here for the ihe Caronia which ]R due on January 9 and she will i* (uiiuwiM on February 7 b> the Emprr** of •Vntlnnd. The Emi I Scotland is making htil return visit_on .March 14. The Libert.is arhedulrd to arrive on Thn, Honours Mt *i. L T .vFebruary 16. tor and Mr H A V.ughaiL On February 22. the Stella Judses of the Assistant Court P larta arlll be arriving and four Appeal yesterday sentenced Hudays later the Mauretania will be pert Bowen. %  labourer of Whit*dropping anchor at Bridgetown. Hill. St. Andrew, to 12 months' The Mauretania IWHK bwck on %  mtnt with hard labour April 8. according to schedule, for the larceny of a pig the proWith these scheduled arrivals. patty of Eloise Forde. th* romtnt; season for tourist By douifl this Then Honours ehips promises to be a im-al imlonllrmed the decision of Mr. J provement on the 1950-51 season. B. Edwards. Acting Police MagThe live ships coming to Barbaitrate of District K" Mi J S l,os nls season will be Baa trn g B. Dear appeared on behalf of ven calls while last year two Bowen while Sgt Henderson at I,| P* ""ado three calls, tached lo District -p" Pol I ION SPAIN Stole Pig: Gels 4 Yaar Station prosecuted for the Polic Forde of Win', Andrew, told the Court that on August 20, 1951, she was asleep V, .2L , T „ M uea,ln ' Sh last year but *e did not visit Ba. looked out of the w.ndow in badoJ M „ s „. HanM he n Larse & Co.. Ltd.. are her local agent.' The l-iberte. 51,000 tons, nev On World Cruise The Car on .a, 34.000 tons. is ,i world cruise and Barbados be the llrst port of call. She the bedroom and saw Bow ^ULi 0 r .tr'.w fr< m 'e, P 525T Th Uberte, 51.000 tons, never .unninr with the pig. She ihoutV1 ,„ r(1 the Ww Im | les fton. RJM ed at him but he kept on running WM „„. c.eiman passenger liner About 3.30 pi. %  -he Eu i upe unl ,i Bhe was leconditionsaw Bowen on the Wharf ami put ri{ Ul Iim fa h e French line BhC him into the custody of a polfcc^ eoBlipaad to Messrs. B. M. %  ,r Jones & Co.. Ltd. Formerly the Empress of Japan. the 26.032-ton Empress of Scotland, with registry in London, is also makmg her first visit to Barbados. She is calling to ataetn. Da Costa & Co.. Ltd. The Mauretania calls to Messr SEAWELL ,. A.I,. ,-' V. %  VI n. %  sjftfc E4iih H. -I. passa -1 1 ..1. Mft'i" %  J—*U*l I i.i.,.. l,l.i-. ,-m SI. v.i.rr.i %  1 H. Kwmn, J**l WOf 1.r-.-%  . r*> T-.„*,J n aw 1 •n UatM'il VI.,. V.vSal %  1 1 ll.ri' I 1 ,11.. \V Oh! this coughA*t i'irsst 1 lore "ti* %  (Off*>. cowf^. taaafc, HK** mm G COUGHS > KC-lT.BlM. . %  I I IIAKISOUK LOG In Carlisle Bay Adats Sch. Kmil..> II H Srli l 1 %  %  I 1 1: . < laki M V I P W amlth. •I KM 1 %  1 n M.-. s<-h Tu.tv %  '". M I.S.I. litd.i ARRIV \l ..*.i-o ', 1 1 %  M ..... l.i.vu 2~ori userf mj t>ut hbottftfcaai Md J;IJ 1 (be trouble ji h ir.i ii riv Pafatlii adbctm %  fed hv it a-toquKll iboroughly. From It*11 Fame) cam dH ajtagaai bion1 ipA-. and t'li. vour paw 1 0 it IN den* A Inch bar c cau %  i ^UI he taoni.ni \ou anfeaan 'ftu.ar I 1 .ough I>T ion. uka 1-jme! Symp anJ \ou ail Halted 0:1 the road fet P cp 1 borilc u the hues*. Cf*M Examined Cross examined by Mr. Dea. Forde said that the time Ml %  Bowen with the pig was about 4 30 a.m. and it was bright On %  ba through the •aw the defer knew it he used to live quite close to hei ago. Another witness for the proseClevelaiid Hunt — said that he saw the defendant with a pig in his hand. Ilansrhell Lanttn & Co.. Ltd.. "-f^? while the Stella P..laris' agents .. Robert Thoi 5.30 This was about August 2d whi thlnd f moloi ear. The defendant lives" al*out llirve miles from him ItoSalla Payne of KIDaby. St. And %  %  %  the pig. No Colour liar To Arim < <>r 111 n 1 — ion Bov a letter receatl) received tii it 1 h AID .H nt .1.1111.in ., the pouc) %  •! the Wat office in reapeet of ehgiiniitv toi ilh tiie King's Commission is s.-t out holdiim of the Klng*i Con n '" B I J U* Tl pig from the eaUar 01 rurara wh( th ,.r the-candidate is up to the bOUat. In 1J> address Mr. Dear L ,ndar,l .s the War Office NMUad that the woman -Foi.le ZgZg^FJmfftX XL -could not |.ussbiy reeofg illlU Bh ,. Ul(I h( (;ill Bowen Dl that n M lO the mornuig; dl(|ate wU| ^ ab|) lo „„,,, hls „, 1 dark and beatdM dw iri .,,„, rnlx ,„ Al „ Ilu men iBe aaw was moving avnu UV( ,,,,. ,,, thl ,. tvl( .,. from ihe lions.' and did not even hl U uplym this policy to apphglance back t<> give IH-I a ahaneo to r;mlK Ull Shoit Srnkr un a Regular Corn missions, the only ilifTerenee between the iwo is met every candidate f<>r the search was made at the defendant.-. house to And the nueetng pin and identify ham No Search the 1 nk ed Lieut -t'oion ebould i' %  th. carefully, Thel hVmourl bi eonftrroliig the %  ned that the defendant PLAYING FIELD INQUIRY REPORT : HcaVhla the Colonial Be inan whom Forae saw that nwrnu %  ,.. moving away with the pig He had lllV ,.,.,, Sll ckmenl ear her and she knew Ui . ePrli well Flaying Field Enquiry hatubThe keepei ol me enenloai mltted his ieport and, eeeordlng records at Dtstrtd "F" aatd th.it t„ section ~ of the Con llowen hud f>ur previous eonvlcof KiKmny Act. the report hai tions for lareeny and, that he had been submitted lo die i, been sentenced to 12 months* Im(n-F.xecutive Committee and will irisonnient with hard labour for then bo presented to boUi Houeal -tooling a goat. "' Lo0slature. % RETrNDER to Ihe 8pam*h ihroia*. Don Jn*n. who 1011 holiday w.th his wife al Soagll. North Italy, has raosived a reply to hilatter to On aral Fiance, saying that Uis Qancr.il agrae Uist the rime haa came to ptapsre for a restoration of the monarchy in Spain rrsneo ni"i*thow ever, that any tutiur monarchy must ircognlie wlut he calls the basic pmuipkof the new Spu.Wi -tate. since to -bsndon them might mean a aacona civil war Thw means Don Juan is asked to accept 1'i.n.u'syndicates, advanced social wslfare laws, pnhUc works and industrial programmes and Foreign tomantniem*parUculatly with Fsroo's ArgenUae. — Cf pres.f. B.G. Spends $ Half Million More Wkh Canada, U.S.A. (From Our Own Correspondent) (IKtmiJETOWN. Sept. 11! BRITISH GUIANA'S IMPORTS from the United 1 Cans 1 for Ihe first seven months uf thai > %  •|5iy.. r )4 up 111 v;ilueun those for the corresp in 1950. aiToicliiiK lu ollicial ti'.iu. iel< tiollei ol Cugtonu. Trade Balance port-1 %  -. 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ESTABLISHED 1895







| BIG 3 OFFER PEACE:

TO WEST GERMANY

Full Partnership
In Europe Proposed

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
"THE WEST’S Big Three Foreign Ministers for-
mally announced today they agreed on a peace
contract to make Germany a full partner in the
European Defence effort.

The United States, British and French Foreign
Ministers said in a communique that they instruct-
ed the Allied High Commissioners to begin immedi-
ate negotiations with the Bonn Government to end
the Occupation and provide for German participa-

tion in Western Defence.
The Big Three agreement came—
after of conferences

five days
among Secretary of State Dean
Acheson, British Foreign Secre-
tary Herbert Morrison and French
Foreign Minjster Robert Schuman. |



It came within a week after
signing the Japanese peace treaty
at San Francisco — the peace
contract is a bold move to enlist
Western Germany’s great human }
and industrial resources against ;
Russia. '

The Communique said: “The}
Foreign Ministers have reviewed |
the relationship of their countries ;
to the German Federal Republic }
and agreed on instructions to the
Allied High Commission for nego-
tiations of mutually acceptable
agreements with the Federal Gov-
ernment—the effect whereof will
be to transform that relationship
completely.”

Early Agreement

U.S., British and French diplo-
mats declared they hoped negotia-
tions would “culminate in an early
agreement between the four Gov-
ernments to enter into effect to-
gether with an agreement for Ger-
man participation in Western
Defence through the proposed
European Defence Community
| whose forces would form part of

joint defence forces under North
Atlantic Supreme Command.”

The Mjnisters said directives they
issued to High Commissioners



called for the “integration of the
Federal Republic on the basis of
equality within the European
Committee itself included in de-
Veloping the Atlantic Community.”

“Such an integratioh wouTtd
thus be inconsistent with the re-
tention in future of the occupa-
tion status or of the power to in-
in Federal Republic af-

a EE

terfere
fairs.”

a

Foundation
“Ministers believe that agree-
ments now _to be reached with;
the Federal Government should
provide a basis for its relation-
ship to their countries until a
peace settlement with a unified
Germany becomes possible.”
The Communique noted that it
was impossible to give Germany
a formal peace treaty at present,
because of the separation from
Russian
many.
As a result of “division and
security problems” Allies would
be obliged to
| special rights. .
“They said these reserve pow-
ers are being retatned, however,
only in relation to the station-

controlled Eastern Ger-

retain “certain

H ing of armed forces in Germany
and the protection of the security
s of these forces, as well as to ques-
tions affecting Berlin and

Germany as a whole including an

eventual peace settlement and for

the re-unification of Germany.”
—(U.P)



Moslem Pilgrims
Die Of Sunstroke

CAIRO, Sept. 14

Cairo Radio reported from Mec-
ca on Friday that 200 Moslem
pilgrims died. as a result of sun-
stroke during the past two days.
A special Cairo Radio correspond-
ent said the heat was abnormal
while pilgrims failed to take pre-
cautions as the Pilgrimage to the
Holy shrines started with the
Quarban Bairam feast on Wed-
nesday. ’

It said casualties belonged to
various nationalities of the Mos-
lem world.

The Saudi-Arabian legation in
Cdiro is gaid to be checking the
report.—U.P.

FRENCH PLANE
STILL MISSING

PARIS, Sept. 14.
French and Spanish military
and civilian planes and French
naval vessels Searched in vain for
a French D.C.3 airliner missing





Jap Premier
Back Home
From ’Frisco

TOKYO, Sept. 14.

Premier Shigeru Yoshida re-
turned from San Francisco and
solemnly told the Japanese peo-
ple: “We must not betray the
hopes placed in us,” by the na-
tions who have signed the Peace
Treaty.

Making his first report to the
nation at a tumultuous Press Con-
ference two and a half hours
after his return to Tokyo’s Hane-
da Airport, Yoshida said: “At
San Francisco, I found the feel-
ings of various countries toward
Japan to be better than we, thé
Japanese people imagine. I also
keenly felt the great expectations
placed in Japan by the other
nations.”

Yoshida and his peace delega-
tion staff arrived at Haneda by
a Pan American clipper, with 12
sleek United States jet fighters
escorting the plane in to the field.
They zoomed low overhead as a
crowd of 500 Japanese and Allied
well wishers gave the delegates
an enthusiastic ovation,

Several thousand more Japan-
ese, waving small rising sun flags,
cheered Yoshida along the route
of his return to his official resi-
dence in Tokyo,

—U-P.



Communist
Tanks Attacked

U.S. EIGHTH ARMY HEAD-
QUARTERS, Korea, Sept. 14.

Six Communist tanks and two
self-propelled gums were spotted
= the western Korean front to-
day.

Allied tanks, artillery and planes
attacked them immediately.

Far to the east American
marines stormed the spiny ridges
of the east centra! front against
bitterly resisting Reds, The Reds
stood their ground and died
rather than surrender. —(C.P.)



UNSEAT
TEHERAN. Sept. 14.

A campaign to unseat Premier
Mohammed Mossadegh in the fight
over Iran’s oil nationalization poli-
ey to-day was gathering momen-
tum both inside and outside the
country.

It is said Zia Ed Din, a former
Conservative Premier and Pro-
British head of the inactive Na-
tional Party reopened his party
headquarters and rallied support-
ers last night.

In a speech denouncing the
Premier Zia Ed Din a favourite
of the Shah Mohammed Reza
Pahlevi is the man_ considered
most likely to succeed Mossadegh
if a fight led by 14 Oppositian
deputies in the Majlis (Lower
House of Parliament) succeeds in
unseating the Premier.

Britain, hopeful that Mossadegh
can be ousted, twisted an eco-
nomic noose tighter about Iran by
ordering ships already at sea with
cargoes of certain scarce materi-
als to change course and head for
other ports.—(C.P.)

Establishment Of
New Gold Standard
Urged On U.S.

YORK HARBOR, Maine
Maine, Sept. 14 |

George Sloan, Chairman of the
United States Council of the In-
ternational Chamber of Com-
merce Friday night urged the
United States to “exercise lead-
ership in the establishment of a
new gold standard.”

In an address prepared for de-
livery to the New England Coun-
cil here Sloan who recently re-|
turned from Europe urged the
adoption of “policies at home and
abroad which will make possible
the re-establishment of a sound
international monetary standard.”

He said restoration of mone-|}
tary stability throughout the,
free world “is a task which chal-}
lenges the highest type of states-|
manship in and out of Govern-|
ment. For without a common in-|
ternational monetary basis—a key
currency. or standard. by which
the value of other monies can be
measured—we can hardly hope to!
lay a solid foundation for inter-
national trade or even solid do-|
mestic economy. —U-P.

BERNARD BRAINE, M.P. |

IS OFF TO JAMAICA |



(From Qur Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 14
Mr. Bernard Braine, Conserva-!
tive M.P., Essex, Billericay Di-!
vision, who ended a four day visit!
on Thursday night, flew to Jamaica.
Braine told a Press Conference
that the West Indies should have
a much clearer indication of what
was going to happen to West
Indian sugar after 1953.



Reds Charge Of

New Violations

By PHIL NEWSOM

TOKYO, Sept. 14.

RADIO PEKING hurled new Communist charges of
Kaesong neutrality violations against the United Nations.
The Communists ggve no hint that they were any Closer to

resuming ceasefire talks,

Red China Radio charged that the United Nations “still

has no intention of stoppin

g their provocative acts’ and

claimed United States planes had again “violated” the
Kaesong area by flying over it three days this week.

Radio Peking said United
Nations planes flew over Kaesong

49 times on Monday, 16 times on|Ceâ„¢sequent upon

+ ceed and 29 times on Wednes-
ay.

Reds ignored repeated allied
reminders that there has never
been an agreement that Allied
planes would not fly over a neutral
conference zone.

General Ridgway's admission
that a United Nations B.26 ~had
strafed Kaesong accidentally be-
fore dawn on Monday was used
for more propaganda. Peiping
claimed the United Nations ad-
mission proved “the bankruptcy’
of the United States “policy of
threats and denials.”

Australian Wilfred Burchett, a
correspondent for the Communist
Paris newspaper Ce Soir said in
cne dispatch broadcast by Radio
Peking that Ridgway must deal
with all Red charges of neutrality
violations before the talks can be

more than two days with 39 per-; resumed.

sons aboard, !

Officials of the French line
“Alpes Provence” said this af-
ternoon the Mediterranean search
would continue in the hope that
some trace of the plane still
might be found.

The plane disappeared Wednes-
day on a flight from southern
France to North Africa.

—UP.



TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5.50 a.m.
Sunset: 6.03 p.m.
Moon: Full
Lighting : 6.09 p.m.

High Tide: 3.14 a.m., 3.43
p.m.

Low Tide: 9.42 a.m., 9.58
p.m.



}and in

It seemed certain Ridgway
could never back down from his



blank denial of all Red charges
Kaesong’s

the
strafing incident. —U.P.

“Are you the brokene
down old geyser?,” ~«.





“IR. J. M. KIDNEY, Chairman of

sal Turning yesterday. The Bath



the Commissioners of Health, opens the Public Bath (right) at Hother-
is the eighth in St-Micheal.. (Story on page 5)

All Quarters:

e . "8 . ‘ \ From
Nations Lay Claims *"*“"“

To Submarine Areas

$50,000 PARTY
AN “INSULT”




FAWLEY, England, Sept. 14.
PRIME MINISTER ATTLEE opened the largest
ojl refinery in Western Europe with a warning
to Iran that long delay in settling the Anglo-Iranian
oil dispute may lose a market for the Middle Eastern

country’s oil Dogs
—- Attlee spoke at the dedication
of the £375,000,000 Esso Refinery
here, Britain’s new “Abadan” and
me of its answers to Iran's Na-
tionalization of the Anglo-lranian
Oil Company.

He said that Britain and the
United States had arranged for
United States Oi] Companies to

Diseussion On
European Army
Starts Nov. 15

Oil Refinery ~



Confuse Old International Laws |

(By HARRY W. FRANTZ)

THE INTEREST of many
its of petroleum
confuse the time hon

which grew up When the rights of fishermen were the prim-| the Interior Minister, Mario Scelbé

ary consideration.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
countries in sub-marine depos

outside tefritorial waters has begun to
concepts of International Law,

recent years asserted rights of control or jurisdiction in
sub-marine areas far beyond the limited confines of terri
.

torial waters.



ADVOCATE J’CA
RELIEF FUND

A welcome “donation of
$240 from the Provision
Merchants’ Association led
the way yesterday in the
drive towards the five-figure
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Stabilization Of
Japanese Silk
Price Proposed

LONDON, Sept, 14.

The International Silk Associa-
tion Friday officially proposed to
Japan the stabilization of the
price of raw silk at $3.80 a pound
for Japan, 70 cents below the
current price.

The proposal which permits
10 per cent fluctuation either wa
was approved by delegates of t!
United States, Britain, Franct
Switzerland, Germany and Indi:
Ninety-three per cent of the silk
consumed in these countries i
Japanese

Italy, the largest free world
producer after Japan abstainex
from voting on the proposal at
the meeting of Directors whict
ended the Association’s week
long 16 nation Congress.

The Italian delegation was re
ported opposed to any silk price
stabilization.

—UP.

4-Man Delegation
Will Represent W.1.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 14
A four man delegation, compris-
ing the Hon. Albert Gomes of
Trinidad, the Hon, William Raat-
gever of British Guiana, the Hon
Donald Sangster of Jamai-
ca, and Sir John Saint of Barbados
will represent the West Indies at
the Commonwealth Supply and
Production Conference in an
advisory capacity to the Minister
of State for Colonial Affairs



|
Many countries, includihg the United States, have |



Some such claims relate only to
the ocean bed, others cover
Sub-marine mineral rights and
fisheries rights, while ‘he claims
of Argentina and Chile extend into
ithe disputed Antarctic areas. Some
vlaims extend to the limits of the

both

Vague “continental shelf”, others/|

described the geographical dis-
tance as great as 200 miles

F |

Fisheries Rights |

The case between the United!

Kingdom and Norway now before
the International Court of Jus-
tice at The Hague, relates only to
fisheries rights and the demarca-
tion of the befe line from which}
the four-mile zone of territorial|
‘waters is to be demarcated in ac-
cordance with international law.

of ITtalians,”



The question of the “continental
shelf” is not involved.

But international experts said
that the principles established by
tovrt in _referenee «to the
coastal base line would probably
be regarded ‘as significant by
many countries, which have claim-

ed “contiguous zones” in “terri-
{ torial seas”’.
InternAtional Claims

‘ The present international chao

in national claims to territortal
waters and sub-marine areas be-!
| yond territorial limits is described |
‘ geographically in a recent publica-
tion of the American Geographical
Society. It is written by Dr.
|S. Whitemore Roggs, at present
the Special Adviser on Geography
‘to the Department of State,

This authoritative. publication,
eafalogued the published claims of



all countries regarding “territor-
ial seas.”

“Never has national
adjacent seas been so numerous
so varied, or so inconsistent, and
never for nations facing the high
seas has there been so great a
need for universally accepted
specific limits of areas under
jurisdiction in the waters, sez
bed, and air space, adjacent to

their coasts.”—U.P.

More Than $35
An Ounce For Gold

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14
the Treasury
reiterated or
news conference
Statez does no
$35 an

Secretary of
John Snyder
Friday at a
that the United
intend to pay
vunce for gold.

Snyder made it clear in reply-
asked by a

more than

ing to this question
reporter at a Press Conference
which the Secretary held to dis
cuss the current meeting of tht
International’ Bank and Fund.

U.S. Will Pay No

“fs it correct that the US. i
considering relaxation of its op-
position to premium gold sales ir
the absence of a promise fron

other nations that they will cea
making such sales?”

Snyder replied that no action ha
tbeen taken on the gold questior

iduring this week's meetings ot
Bank and Fund Governors here
Snyder explained that the matter

is under study by Executive direc-
tors of the Fund. He said the U.S
‘will express its views at the pro-
per time before the directors
—U.P

RUSSIA IS NOT PLANNING WAR

LONDON, Sept. 14.

Spring and autumn are tradi-
tional war jitter seasons ‘in
Europe, but this autumn betting
odds by Europe’s top officials are |
against
| Yet thee is a lot of trouble in
| Eastern Europe, the Middle East,
Asia. Maybe more little |
‘localized wars, but no world war
is deliberately premeditated by
Josef Stalin.

Every top European and United
| States statesman who has dis-
cussed this problem over here for |
weeks, is thinking along these!
line



But being cautious they include
a big “if” in their arguments. The

another world war now.| “if” is this — if Kremlin does not

make a mis-calculation and over-
reach itself. The second “if” of
course is the situation in Korea.

If truce talks break down
pletely and a full scale war is re-
sumed in Korea, Europeans fear
the United States pressure tor
moving toward an all-out
against Red China mz be irre-

sistible But in Europe d¢

com-

war



pite



OFFICIALS BELIEVE

delicate situations
and the Middle East, it is
most confident post harvest au-
tumn for some time.

the

British Labour Prime Minister |
Clement Attlee was the latest
European official to state the °
war” thesis.

In a speech last week-end he
aid: “I do not believe that Russia

planning for war.”
Yugoslavia’s Marshal

almost

Tito has

! frontier surrounded by

in Yugoslavia) Stalin

{Soviet satellite nations Almo
daily they are violated with
rmimor incidents. He likewise feel

will not.deliberately pre
eipitate war

{| United States’ Special Ambassa-

claims in}

Government was asked in Par-
liament today why it permitted a
Spanish muilionaire to give a
$50,000 “housewarming” party in
Venice

The party
insult to

was described as “an
the misery of millions

Five Right wing Socialists filec
a question in Parliament asking

about the party. The Vatican
newspaper previously denounced
the party given by Spanish mil-
lionaire Carlos De Bestegui.
ARRESTED — Catholic source:
said four more Catholic priest:
in Shanghai were arrested or
September 6 o n_ undisclosec

charges, They included one Irish
priest, one Belgian and two Chi-
nese,

POISONED DINNER—A dinne
of poisonous mushrooms brough
death to five of a family of sever
in Germany. A local hospita
reported the mother died today
Four of her five children died
arlier this week,

TRANSPORT STRIKE A 24
hour general strike of al
public transport in Italy wa
threatened to-day by a Street-
car and Bus Union — unles;
immediate wage increases § are
granted. The strike is schedulec
for September 20. Special meet-
ings between Union representa-
tives and officials of the Ministry
of Labour have been set for next
Tuesday to reach an understand.
ing and avoid the strike.

TUNA CUP—-The Scandinavi:
team went ahead of th British
entry yesterday inthe second day
of the eighth international tun:
eup match.

NAVAL TALKS—Britain’s Firs!
Sea Lord, Lord Fraser, left South-
ampton tonight for the Unitec
States of America by the Queer
Mary. He will discuss with U.S











PARIS, Sept. 14 [replace most of the 32,000,000 tons m
Premier Rene Pleven disclosec [yearly production lost through the
Friday that the North Atlanti [closing of the huge Anglo-Iranian
Treaty Council will meet in Pari: | Refinery at Abadan. The new
about November 15 to decide tht | Esso Refinery is 15 miles from
future of the Buropean Army. Southampton on the south coast |
He said the N.A.T.O. Counci jof Britain, and it will produce |
meeting scheduled for late Octo- | 6,000,000 tons of oil yearly. |
ver in Rome will still be hek Six other refineries to be com- é

ut will consider other problems

pleted in Britain by 1953 will
primarily the question of the Med-

boost the natidn’s output of re-

iterranean Command fined products to 20,000,000 tons
Two reasons Pleven gave [01 lyearly, six times the output of

the change of location and time])948.

for the N.A.T.O. debate on how ar Speaking of the Anglo-Iranian

ill European army including Ger
man units should be formed wer
firstly: the United Nations Gen-
sral Assembly is sohecduled te
begin in Paris Nov 6 and it would
be easier for two important meet-
ings to go on simultaneously
Secondly the French Parliamen
probably will not return fron
its already much postponed va
sation until early November anv
it will have to hold a_ foreigi
volicy debate before any NAT(

dispute, Attlee said: ‘““We are anx-
ious to come to an agreement with
Iran and to resume our friendly
co-operation, but the Iranians
must realize that long delay may
lose a market for Iranian oil,”
—U.P.



King Joins



~“ °
neato of the European arm; Shooting Party
yojyec
—UP, EDINBURGH, Sept. 14
The King, still under treatment
for lung trouble, braved rain on
Lennox Boyd the moors Thursday to — =
re . shooting party from mor
Will Arrive Here Castle. He was accompanied by

the Duke of Edinburgh, husband
of Princess Elizabeth, on an ex-
pedition to Gairnshiel about four
miles from Balmoral. The King
returns to London by train Friday
to see physicians.

The Queen and Princess Mar-
garet will travel with him. Doc-
tors believe the King’s present
lung condition is the aftermath of
an attack of catarrhal inflamma-
tion of the lung last May. ‘The
King, 56, then was advised to rest
by lace officials. He said his
Australian tour next January will
be carried out as «on
—(C.P).

On Sunday

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 14.
Mr. A. T. Lennox Boyd, M.P
iccompanied by Major Beatty
arrived in Antigua yesterday anc
met officials at the residence of
the Administrator, Mr. R. St. J
QO. Wayne.
They flew to St. Kitts today to
neet His Excellency Mr. K, W
jlackburne and will return to
Antigua tomorrow, Mr. Boyd will
irrive in Barbados on Sunday.
de .is mid-Bedfordshire’s. Con- or

servative member,
Czechs Protest
Over Air Ban

LONDON, Sept. 14
An official Czech news agency



Bevan “Defeated”

LONDON, Sept, 14
Bevan is against the scale and
speed of Britain's rearmament



Jave "hie - ‘echteler ; >

ana . Serres, Fec aoe programme. Some Conservative }reported on Friday night that the
“WANTS. AID. hve ae Rha newspapers pictured as a sharp |Czech Government has protested

wander-dn
General De Lattre de Tassigny ha
arrived in Washington for talk
on U.S. aid to France to help he
end the war in Indo-China.



Beckles Made
Co-operative

Officer

It is officially announced tha
Mr. C, A. E. Beckles, Senior Peas
ants’ Agriculture instructor ha
teen appointed to the office o
Co-Operative Officer, Departmen
of Science and Agriculture, wit
eifect from 17th September, 195)

Mr. Beckles was born in 1912
and was educated at Queen
Royal College, Trinidad. He en

tered the Teaching Service in tha
Colony in 1934 and two years late
vas awarded a First Class Teach
er’s Certificate, having graduate:
from the Government Teacher
Training College at the top of the
Special Year Class,

In October, 1944, he was offerec
a Government Scholarship to th
Imperial College of Tropical Ag
riculture and on the completion o
his three-year course in genera
agriculture was awarded the
Diploma of that Institute. As fron
ist August, 1947, he actad a
senior Peasants’ Agricultura
‘nstructor, Barbados, and was sub
stantively appointed in this offic
vith effect from Ist September
950.

Mr. Beckles represented thi
‘olony in Trinidad in January
951, at the Technical Meeting or
tural Co-operatives, jointly spon
ored by the Caribbean Commi:
jon arid the Food and Agricultur
Organization of the Unite
Nations In August last he at
tended the two weeks’ course ir
Jamaica which was held by thr
Extra Mura! Department of thr
University College of the Wes
Tndies in collaboration with th:
Jamaica Co-operative Develop
ment Council.



To Represent

B.G. At Talks

Mr. Walter A. Husbands, Hon-
orary Secretary of the B.G. Foot-
hall Association, will represent
3ritish Guiana at a meeting of

to be held at
Rico, in con-
formation of a

Caribbean colonies
San Juan. Puerto
Nection with the





dor Averel] Harriman after A4le@asribbean Football Association.
quick survey of Western Europe on |

the heels of the failure of his Iran-|

ian mission, bolstered the no The “ADVOCATE”
war” thesis. He said he had lons

believed Stalin would go to great pays for NEWS

lengths to avoid a World War; but
added there was always a chance
that. Stalin and his fellow Kren

linites would underestimate th«

reaction of the West.—U.P





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SSS |
|

|

the 8,000,000 member Trade Un-
ion Congress recently backing up
Attlee’s rearmament programme
But the fact is Attlee won by a
nargin of only two to one—far
‘rom gratifying on such a basic
lisagreement -—— Attlee breaking
radition at the forthcoming con-
vention

He will be the main speaker
it the rally the night before the
*onvention while Bevanites meet

against the ban on all flights by
Czech planés over Western Ger-
many.

The ban was imposed by the
United States, Britain and France
in retaliation for the imprison-
| ment in Czechoslovakia of Associa-
ted Press correspondent William
Oatis and other Western nationals.

A Czech dispatch monitored here
said notes of protest had been

n another hall a few hundred {delivered to the Allied High Corn-
mission and to the French Gov-
jernment.—U.P.

ards away.
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bD*® H.*L. MASSIAH, son
Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Massiah,
M.L.C., and Mrs. Massiah of Colly-
more Rock is among the passen-
gers due to arrive in Barbados on
Monday by the Elders and Fyffes
S.S. Golfite from Southampton
He will be accompanied by Mrs
Massiah.

Other papsengers due to arrive
by the same opportunity are Mr.
F. St. C. Olton, Mrs. Clyde Wal-

cott, Mrs. C. A. Sayer, Mrs. K. M.
Sayer, Miss D. A. Crick, Rev.
K. W. Derham, Rev. and Mrs

G. L. Frost; Capt. and Mrs. G. M.
Gordon, Miss M. E. Griffiths, Mr.

H. L. Grogan, Mrs. F. C. James,
Mis: V. E. James, Miss M. Keat-
ing, Mr. De M. MacPhail, Mr. S
McCune, Mr. and Mrs, P. D.

McDermott, Miss E. A. McDermott,
Rev. J. E. Perkins, Mr. L. A.
Shields, Dr. and Mrs. K. P. Swis-
terski, Miss Swisterski, Rev. an‘
Mrs. N. Thomas and Infant, Master
A. N. Thomas and Mrs. G. M.
Yard.

Venezuelan Consul

R. EDWARD J. PERIE, Con-
sul for Venezuela in Mar-
tinique and a Commission Agent
of Fort de France, arrived on

Thursday morning by the S.S
Gascogne for about ten days’
holiday. He was accompanied by

his wife and family and they are
staying at the Hotel Royal.

Brother and Sister

N Barbados for about fifteen

days’ holiday are Mr. Charlie
Beaufraud and his sister Miss Gin-
ette Beaufraud of the firm of
Roger Beaufraud, merchants of
Fort de France. They arrived on
Thursday morning by the Gas-
cogne from Martinique anq are
staying with Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Lashley at Maxwell, Christ
Church

Back From U.K.
R. C. B. Williams, Assistant
Master of Harrison College,
returned to Barb2dos on Thursday
evening from England by air via
Canada and Nassau.

A member of the victorious 1950
West Indies team to England, he
stayed over in the U.K. for one
year and entered Durham Uni-
versity where he took his Teachers’
Diploma in Education,

Science Master Returns
R. NATCARMICHAEL,
Science Master of Harrison

College, returned from Jamaica

by B.W.I.A. yesterday morning

after spending three weeks’ holi-
day there.



NECONOMIC is the word I am
compelled to use of the anti-
quated system by which a scientist
who wants the toe-nails of an ele-
phant has to buy the whole ani-
mal.

The incident at Chessington Zoo
suggests that it would be cheaper
to colleet the nail-clippings at
regular intervals and send them
to market. Any scientist who
wants to extract the protein called
Keratin from these nails is bored
by having to buy an elephant and
house it in his laboratory. The
officials at Chessington have learn-
ed that, if you advertise an ele-
phant for sale, the hoaxers are in

clover, But you. would still get
the same hoaxing replies if you
advertised: Fifi has jus; had tve-

nails cut. Clippings 3/6sper doz.;
standard size.

Brigid Power’s elephant

=" finest set of elephant’s toe-

nails is to be seen, mounted
on velvet, in a public house at
Ballyhatinis in the County Mayo.
They came from a beast shot by
the famous Brigid Power, of Dun-
garvan, during her Indian tour
“You'd think you were in India,”
said the absent-minded Brigid
blazing away. “You are in India,”
éaid a mahout. ‘Well, now,” said
Brigid, “doesn’t that explain every-
thing?”

The Hidden Rhinoceros
(XM)

UMPIMOV, Minister of Tor-

ture, sat at his evil-looking
desk. With him was Brutl, the
police spy. “In the race to pro-
duce a deadly sausage,” said Brutl,
“England is well ahead. The agent
Driftwood-Dawkins has been sent
here to trick us into buying an ob-
solete model. The deviationist
Pfust is our danger. He has trap-
ped another English agent, and we
believe that he has the latest saus-
age, The———” Twentv-three shots
rang out, “What was that?” asked
Bumpimoyv. “Twenty-three devi-
ationists,” said Brutl.. “Were they
tortured before being shot?”
“There was nu time.” said Brutl,
“they were coming to shoot us.”
For answer, the Minister opened a
large drawer in his desk, and out
stepped. a hunchback. The little
man prised out four floor-boards

and whistled into the cavity. Out
lumbered——

Prodnose: I’ve got it! The rhi-
nocerous!

Myself: Don’t be a fool! Out

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Back to B.G.

HE Misses Iris and Vivian
Craig of Georgetown, British
Guiana, returned home on Thurs-
day by the S.S. Gascogne after
spending two and a half months’
in the island. They were staying
at Mayville Guest House, Worth-
ing
Miss Iris Craig ig a Public Health
Nurse while her sister is attached
the Georgetown Hospital.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951
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ind was performed by the Rever-
end Woodroofe, Rector of St.
Andrew, agsisted by the Reverend

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St. Vincent by B.G. Airways and W nee ei) al a lie ye, of her summer vacation in the a Today to Sunday — 4.30 & 8. 15| Mon. and Tues. — 4.30 & 8.15
left yesterday morning by B.W.1.A. B.W.1LA. or Siudac rujillo, sland. She was staying with Mr. a 2
for St. Lucia. He was staying at Dominican ee ae a e ard Mrs. Timothy Forde of Hother. o-night 20th C-Fox Double Fox Double - - -
the Hastings Hotel an observer, The hird Anntal — : Ee
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With Barclays Bank Interim Tourism Committee. Incidental Intelligence e it j Dan DAILEY Myrna
R. TERRENCE KING of Bar- So it~ Bicihdaceanain nc & vist in in
clays Bank, Antigua, who oom N American woman tourist ir “ N J DRAMA”
came up to Barbados due to the R. LAWRENCE FIELDING of Jerusalem, told there was a 7 “TICKET TO TOMAHAWK” | “MANHATTAN MELO
death of his mother, returned yes- Messrs Hunt and Winterbot- new road from Dan to Beersheba, ’ and
terday morning by B.W.LA. He tom, England, left yesterday by gsaiq in amazement: and g
was accomp*nied by his father p,W.I.A. for Trinidad on his way “Well! I never knew that Dan CLUB Mi “MY BLUE HEAVE “YELLOW SKY”
Mr. 1. F. King of “Ventnor,” Rock- tg Caracas after spending two and Beersheba were places. I al- MY Starring
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es companied — b; Mrs. Fielding. and wife, like Sodom and Gomor- e most Beautifu ight Club from Miami to Rio : pen aes, 2c:
On Short Visit mies were sawton at the Marine rah,”—Paul Steiner, Israel Laughs. with a world-wide reputation for good food Betty GRABLE Gregory PECK
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THREE TOURIST SHIPS will be calling at Barbados yr. Adolphos Wyatt, Miss Heather |
i i 2 Smith, Edith Robertson |
for the first time during the 1951—52 season for tourist From St. Lucia :
ships, They are the Cunard White Star Liner Caronia, the SEE SATION G0, Serre Seen!
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique Liberté and the saunders, nk Scherzer, Fdicia Nile \
Empress of Scotland of Canadian Pacifie Railways. Todi Marlineace h
Added to these, the Mauretania and the Stella Polaris De Briant Marie Crosnier hi! t 1
Paige ua : : M : From Guadeloupe | What can | do?
which are familiar to Barbados, will be making calls. The Georges M. Nassief
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Mauretania and the Empress of Scotland have planned Pe ee ont en —— Se RERES COG
two visits while each of the others is making one call. Deane, Henry Arnel, John Rose a Pee ee
—_ - . — Opening the visits here for the ~ A a
e tourist ships is the Caronia which Harold Bayne, Cecil Williams, Ray Darr | ‘ >
Stole Pi e is due on January 9 and she will DEPARTURES BY BW.LAL | TTAMEL has conquere! tens of and why it acts so quickly and so
7 IZ: be followed on February 7 by the Snpiee Taylor, Ci Marenell, Rew-| 1. t : thly. From the first dose
¢ ; t A Ye Empress of Scotland. The Em- Sr Farce Dae didieeaae, Lares | - thousends of coughs. For thoroughly rom the first dose
press of Scotland is making her er ‘ } Maynard ie } é ‘ wm asl samel case » 4 bron
e s ear return visit_on March 14. The € ke. osalas | ; it has teen recommended Famel cases the inflamed bror
ee Liberte is scheduleg to arrive on as ; susan. | w Dectors, Nurse ospital chial passages and builds up
Their Honours Mr G. L, Tay- February 16. Hall, Pet sve ll, | by Dectors, Nurses, Hospitals chial passag
lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, On February 22, the Stella Lawrence Fielding | and Sanatoria everywhere. The your powers of resistance while
Judges of the Assistant Court of Polaris will be arriving and four ae ee | | } t fae eee ,
Appeal yesterday sentenced Ru- days later the Mauretania will be yilie White, Cy ; reason? Simply this. It ‘con- itis destroying the germs which
pert Bowen, a iabourer of White dropping anchor at Bridgetown , ‘ ' j
i 5 : } air soluble tocre: : yave caused the cough or cold,
Hill, St. Andrew, to 12 months’ The Mauretania comes back on ee ae t — luble Rosrepion have ca. ae
imprisonment with hard labour April 3, according to schedule. garet Thomas eae Me Ah! ch discovered in the Famel labor The moment you suspect ’flu, or
for the larceny of a pig the pro- With these scheduled arrivals, | ° What a difference ' | ck
perty of Eloise Forde. the coming season for tourist 7 | Zubes eased my cough and soothed ; atories and this ingredient catch a cough or cold, take
By doing this Their Honours Ships promises to be a great im- HAKBOUR LOG | my throat in no time! | =e hhidstes and Famel Syrup and you will have
confirmed the decision of Mr. J, Provement on the 1950-51 season. | } enters youl OUstream anc a . pa ve
R. Edwards, Acting Police Mag- The five ships coming to Barba- Carli a | atta * trouble roo started on the road to recovery
istrate of District “F”. Mr. J. $, 408 this season will be making In lisle Bay } attacks the trouble at its root. started ox oac ecovery,
B. Dear appeared on behalf of Seven calls while last year two gal eee Masectinen, Sie. Lydia Adee. That is why Famel is soeffective Always keep a bottle ia the howse,*-
Bowen while Sgt Henderson at- Ships made three calls. Sch. Franklyn D. R., Seh Rosarene| Sch ;
tached to District “F” Police : a 4 arrict Whittaker, MANS Ledy Joy, Sch
Station prosecuted for the Police. On World Cruise Frances W. Smith, Sch. Lindsyd li, Sel |
Eloise Forde of White Hill, St Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch, Phyllis Mark REG? |
ag T . é ( s, is Sch. Agusti B. Compton ch. Turtle
Andrew, told the Court that on . The Caronia, 34,000 tons, is qn oe \a tus 5 Ss mptos Son Ture
+ 9) 5 ; a world cruise and Barbados will : iia . , : : e
August 20, 1951, she was asleep 5 pha, M Moneka j | Obtainadle in two sizes — from all chemists or stores.
; 5 ; : 7 “’ be the first port of call. She made ARRIVALS |
and heard the pig which she kept a ; awl $ ¥ ; : }
under the’ cellar ealive > She her first cruise to the Caribbean ss reeze, 4,380 tons net, Car !
looked out of : sar 5 nies 2" last year but she did not visit Bar- Bs from St. Luela. ene oa } Trade enquiries to :—
the Hedned 7 r _window 10 bados. Messrs. Hanschell Larsen ean hae, Gaciagy, S788 S608: te
about 20 aie op Rg de oo & Co., Ltd., are ae local agents. $5. 8 [66s ions tet Cau
a : ; : - The Liberte, 51,000 tons, never Wonds, from Amsterdam |
ree with the pig. She shout- yisiteq the West Indies before. She PRETENDER to the Spanish throne, Don Juan, who is on holiday with ¢¢ Ajcoa panne Re ee is oon , | Frank B. Armstrong Ltd.
= him but he kept on running. was ihe German passenger liner his wife at Zoagli, North Italy, has received a reply to his letter to Gen- capt Oistad. for Port Alfred. nn & the makers of the famous Zubes Coughitiature | BRIDGETOWN
ous 3.30 p.m. the same day she Eylope until she was recondition eral Franco, saying that the General agrees that the time has come to Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net ‘
saw Bowen on the Wharf and put eq to run for the French line. She prepare for a restoration of the monarchy in Spain. Franco insists how- Capt Noel. for Dominica
him into the custody of a police- js consigned to Messrs. R. M. ever, that any future monarchy must recognize what he calls the basic \; hrc, far St fucin se Ee SAP "S
man. Jones & Co., Ltd. principles of the new Spanish state, since to abandon them “might mean Schooner D'Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt
F Formerly the Empress of Japan, @ second civil war.” This means Don Juan is asked to accept Franco’s Gooding, for British Guiana
Cross Examined the 26,032-ton Empress of Scot- syndicates, advanced social welfare laws, public works and industrial aa ae ae Re NH ton 6
USs2 SS 5 > “ap very or is Fula
Cross examined Mr. Dear, 14nd, with registry in London, is Programmes and Foreign commitment; particularly with Peron's Argen- "96° “fapia de Larrinaga, 4449 tons net
Forde said ah t ne Tr ear, also making her first visit to Bar- tine. Capt. Kay, for Montreal
orde said that the time she saw bados. She is calling to Messrs —Express. MV. Maria C., 4,380 tons net, Capt a a eevee
Bowen with the pig was about Da Costs & Co. Ltd alan od A aes Aare sh BATS n Kalkomdas, for St, Lucia
4.30 a.m. ¢ i yas i . . aan oe
0 am and it was bright. On The Mauretania calls to Messrs. % “ i . o MAIL NOTICES |
looking through the window she ~ Vie id St. Vincent, Martinique
a ; ; Hanschell Larsen & Co., Ltd., ne S rf) H i zon : ea ; . a
saw the defendant’s face and .. at") e 2 « a itikua, S Kitt St. Thomas, New
; = th keds AE while the Stella Polaris’ agents Yaak by the B.S. Bert Amherst will
ag raat — for he vom to are Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd. e j ¥ Y closed at the General Post Office a
ye quite close to her sometime Mi Wath 7 U. S 4 under
ago. ore Oi ana 9 e ef © Parce! Maii at 10. a.m., Registered Mai
Another witness for the prose- ‘ “ - 5 Oia ngeiercee eee Ae
cution — Cleveland Hunt — said No Colour Bar lo (From Our Own Correspondent)
that he saw the defendant with a 7 Pon eae. ae 9 Mails for St. Lucia, Dominica, Montser
pig in his hand. Army Commission GEORGETOWN, Sept. 12 rat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda, Baste, ;
BRITISH GUIANA’S IMPORTS from the United States Nallfax. Montreal by the S.6. Lady
This was about 5.30 am. on * : Pie Neh “aise ‘ t , a aes ante CS ee aN ee
August 20 while he was behind a , In a letter recently -received and Canada for the first seven months of this. year was ¢ AE ae se i
é St a B as be F190 OF Ms . 2 . : Parcel ail at 2m, on 0
motor car. The defendant lives {fom British Army Headquarters $513,654 up in value on those for the corresponding Peri0d tember 1951, Registered Mail at 9 a
about three miles from him, Rosa- oO Jamaica the policy etaibins wo in 1950, according to official figures released by the Comp- QySinaty Man at 10.15 am an the te)
lie Payne of Hillaby, St. Andrew, Office in respect of eligibility for troller of Customs Mails for St. Lucia by the M.V |
j : the King’s Commission is set out A ms. j .
also said that she saw Bowen with TI rated “elon ie z he Joy, will be closed at the General Pos',
the pig. rere 1s no colour bar to the Businessmen, however, are of Trade Balance Office as under bia
; ; holding of the King’s Commission. ; a ae . i at Parce! Mail at 3 p.m, on the 14th S&«
Bowen denied that he took a The sole criteria. therefore ure the opinion that with increased Import-Export figures at first tember, 1951, Reistered Mail at 8.30 a.
pig from the cellar of Forde’s ichatane She eundidate is up to aie scope to importers under the glance show an unfavourable trade Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m, on the 15th Sco)
house. In his address Mr, Dear 214 standard as the War Office Jtade Liberalization Plan and balance of $6,561,655, but when ‘mber 19!
submitted that the woman —Forde ©) res wha ; lower prices for similar goods of- various kinds of machinery, whieh ;
7 ; expec t ains from white | . ‘ 7 ’ , :
—could not possibly recognis Fe ee ee raat the fe fered in Canada amd the U.S.A. is more of a capital nature, is ac- RATES OF EXCHANGE
Bowen at that time in the morning; didate will be able to hold his ow as compared with the United counted for at $6,486,802 the real SEPTEMBER 13, 1951
it was too dark and: besides the jn and mix in with, the corpora- Kingdom to which British Guiana adverse balance is reduced to CANADA y
man she saw was moving away tive life of the service. is tied by sterling, the position $74,852. It is noted ‘Alsé thaf'while att pr Ce net” shat. pi oe :
from the house and did not even In applying this policy to appli- will show further improvements jmport prices sky-roeketed, even ihernand . pr
glance back to give her a chance to cants for Short Service and Regu- time goes on with correspond- with quality noticeably lower Draft 61.25% pr
identify him. lar Commissions, the only differ- ing benefit to local consumers, the values of major exports have v0 1 Cable ia onedibsy fale
t * ; ence between the two is that @nd maybe a decrease in the been subjected to controls of one ¢i¥/10 ary: Cuerenes 59 9/10% pr
No Search every candidate for the latter is present high cost of living. form or another. Coupon 9 2/10% pr —
No evidence was given that a canes — ay eae Sr ee It is observed on the other Local production has, however, i are siinetin U TOU ET SOA
search was made at the defendant's the r até ot Tinut nite hand that the Colony’s imports been rising appreciably, and for the Ss ven figure mar ' oe c - Use
house to find the missing pig and ’ eee ; from the U.K. for the period the first seven months of this ($2851,711), and Forest Products ie ; He an 7
the evidence should be reviewed ide: ceview hae alec-olinbed by veal ekports od bauxite ($2,068 ag if . anew Stay fresh all daylong —- use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap > - = >
arefully, $1,715,895 above the 1950 figure, 1,092,490 tons as against 842,022 EC pOPUS: age. Saree Ane in ¥ ity bs er § shenever y an has / >.)
re ne Se ce PLAYING FIELD j OV 1e 1950 figure > ) Me 5 a caer 1 1020 pallons of settled lime juice in your daily bath shower and ete ~ a fic} }
sdicion ¢. : s~ were satis- 7 1, The Colony’s imports in 1951 ? F 6,333; 186,480 proof gallons ot wash, Lifebuoy’s deep-cleansing lather really Drs HY /
Cee ea a eS ae Re . INQUIRY REPOR'| ame i te a $35 $63,893 * while Increases were also recorded ir re roof rum, ($256,760), 8,74€ . wh ' rR ‘ re “ L ws ays
fied that the defendant was the © Tne Hon’ble the Colonial Sec- BCU e die eee on OID 11y, orren . vary aoe : frees you of weariness, keeps you looking fresh , A770 7-S Sy) phic Lat
snan whom Forde saw that morning yetery told the Advocate yester- total exports value 28,902, 11¥. lime juice, rum, rice molasses, proof gallons underproof rum he sys en | (Liipuvy & / / —
moving away with the pig. He had gay (‘that Sir Clement Malone, Britain enjoyed the bulk of the fresh vegetables, chareoal, fish ($65,142): 39,571 tons of sugar so much longer. Buy a tablet today and discover . sn .
lived near her and she knew him Commissioner at the Princess Alice import trade $16,730,843 or glue, diamonds, greenheart and 971,166 tons of bauxite ore, dia- for yourself the difference it makes ! J \y
well Playing Field Inquiry has sub- about 47%, while Canada, our other timber, railway sleeper onds, sawn greenheart and other | we
The keeper of the criminal mitted his report and, according best customer in that she took shingles, ind of sawn timber, and lime . 1, . . si be ae ; ’ ¢
records at District “F” said that to Section 7 4 the Commissions $13,246,442 of our exports (nearly Sugar and its by-products (run I, : FOR PERSON tL I RESH VESS ALW AYS "4
Bowen had four previous convic- of Enquiry Act, the report has half) together with the U.S.A., and molasses) accounted for no Canada’s exports to British Gui e VBA bones
tions for larceny and, that he had been submitted to the Governor- shared only $9,449,170 or about less than $14,673,711 or just over ana included flour, moked or dried wibT eonvtlions al provuee
been sentenced to 12 months’ im- in-Executive Committee and will 27%. Britain on the other hand half of the value of exports. fish, pickled pork, milk, potatoes
prisonment with hard labour for then be presented to both Houses took only $10,089,944 of British Bauxite was next with $8,705,436, piece goods, electrical machinery, 3 i ts ee

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Co-Operative Oificer
THE appointment of a Co-operative Officer
is another step by the Government which
will win general approbation. For some
time now it has been realised that there
was a growing need for co-operatives in
this island, but the absence of the requis-
ite machinery prevented the formation of
any societies. The selection of Mr. C. A. E.
Beckles for the post is the final step which
will assist in fostering the movement,

It is as well that the new Co-operative
Officer should be an agricultural specialist
but it is imperative that attention should
be paid to other fields of endeavour which
might benefit the people of Barbados.

There are nearly 20,000 small land hold-
ers in this island who are at a disadvan-
tage. Each competes against the other
when all of them produce the same goods
and the absence of scientific knowledge
prevent them from getting the best out
of their agriculture. They are bound by a
natural suspicion because of their past ex-
periences in attempts at marketing.

But above all this they have never had
explained satisfactorily to them the sound
reasons why they should cease this suici-
dal competition and by pooling their re-

sources get the maximum benefit from
co-operative societies, The immediate ad-
vantages of any co-operative movement

among small land holders include the pur-
chase of manures at cheaper prices, the use
either loan or rental of machinery
which would improve the methods of cul-
tivation and the obtaining of scientific
guidance as to the rotation of crops.

It is clear however that the Co-Operative
Officer must pay attention to other phases
of the matter if the agriculturist is not to
be disheartened by gaining maximum pro-
duction with no outlet for profitable mar-
keting.

Now that the Government has provided
the machinery for fostering co-operatives
it is the duty of private enterprise to in-
stitute at an early time proper means of
marketing and distribution, The strongest
movement towards agricultural progress
in this island was ruined about 20 years
ago because small agriculturists who pro-
duced vegetables, fruit and ground provis-
ions found that they were working at a
great disadvantage because of the misdi-
rection of the profits.

Mr. Beckles is a well qualified agricu:
turist who has recently attended a short
course on Co-operatives in Jamaica spon-
sored by the Extra Mural Department of
the University College of the West Indies.
It is true that agriculture offers the best
field for the launching of a really sound
pygtem of co-opetfatives but meanwhile
the general public should not hesitate to
form societies not only those co-related to
agriculture but which would cater to other
services as well. Fishermen and poultry
keepers might well take note of the times
and endeavour to rid themselves of many
of the difficulties which they now experi-
ence by the formation of co-operative
societies in various districts and ask for the
help and advice of the new officer during
the formative stages. It will all assist to
improve the economy of the island.

by



Anomaly

THE appointment of a new Attorney General
Mr. Wylie, to succeed Mr. John Whyatt, seems to
give rise to an anomalous position with regard
to the Crown Law Officers.

It is common knowledge that Hon. F, E. Field,
Assistant Attorney General, has been acting in
the higher office for some months, During that
time he has been appointed to Membership in
the Legislative Council.

The situation is now created in which the
junior in the Crown Law. Officers Department is
a member of.a legislature body having the right

to comment, adversely or otherwise during its
deliberation, on the work of the Department
headed by his Senior.

The position is an anomalous one which should





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



Death’



Town Of The ‘Burning
|

PONT St. ESPRIT,
(Near Avignon),

The long thin loaves of M. Roch
Briand, the baker, have been for
a generation the best you can buy
in the ancient town of Pont St
Esprit, which basks in the sun of
Southern France.

M. Briand’s loaves are golden,
crusty, and of exquisite lightness.

Labourers of the rich fruit farms
make a meal of them with red
wine. Children love to eat them
with a slab of chocolate.

Stricken Families
But today the steel shutters are

down at the Briand bakery in the
Grande Rue. He is no _ longer
baking bread just now.

In nearly every house in the
street there is someone lying ill.
And many of them, husbands,
wives, and children have been
taken to hospital, some to the men-
tal wards

All ate M. Briand’s bread baked
a fortnight ago. They are among
the 200 in this town (of 5,000
people) and its surrounding vil-
lages who have got the “madness”
after eating bread nearly all traced
to the same bakery

Four have died. Sgores continue
to suffer pain in the throat and
stomach. Fifteen are temporarily
insane, and it is feared that their
brains may be permanently dam-
aged

‘St. Anthony’s Fire’

They are victims of that same
strange malady which periodically
swept through parts of France in
the Middle Ages,

It was known as “the fire of St.
Anthony”, or “the burning death”.
It brought delirium and hallucin-
ation. It caused madness, gan-
grene, and death. And it was due
to eating defective bread

Such an epidemic struck the
neighbouring province of Dau-
phine in 1067. The same symp-
toms, even the gangrene, have
recurred now in 1951.

How is it the terror of medieval
times has revisited France?

What has been the sequence of
events in little Pont St. Esprit?

The bread was baked by M
Briand on the night of Thursday,
August 16, People who ate it the
next morning thought it tasted

bitter, By evening they were
gripped by “the fire of St
Anthony”.

They vomited, they had burn-
ing pains, yet their temperature
fell and their feet and hands went
as cold as marble. .

Not until the Saturday evening
was suspicion thrown ou the
bread. That night M. Roux went
to see his doctor after the family
had eaten its evening meal

Dr. Albert Gabbai, who is one of
the town’s three doctors, went to
M,. Roux's home to investigate
He found nine had sat at table
but only five were ill.

M. Roux declared that they had
all eaten the same food. Dr. Gab-
bai discovered that the five who
were ill had been served at one
end of the table with loaves from
M. Briand’s shop.

The others had eaten different
bread.

‘It Is Poisoned’

By Sunday afternoon M, Jean
Orsoni, the mayor’s secretary, had
recorded that 40 people had

stomach pains.





ity Sydney Rodin

PROFESSOR OLLIVIER
“Identified a parasite”

By Sunday night both Dr. Gab-
bai and Dr. Vieu had warned
the mayor , M. Albert Hebrard, a
wholesale grocer: “The: town’s
bread is poisoned. We ‘think it's
from Briand”

From his office early next morn-
ing the mayor informed the health
department for the province
There were now 65 cases,

“What shall 1} do? How can I
protect the population?” he asked.

All bread sales were stopped
The eight bakers in the town were
ordered to close. All their stocks
of flour and bread were confis-
cated, and people were warned
not to eat any more bread

Supplies of buscuits were rush-

ed in from Marseilles—at 2s. 8d.
Ib (bread is about 5d. a small
loaf)

Distribution of
from the

all flour coming
mills which had supplied
the town was stopped. Samples
were taken for analysis. Cakes
and pastries sold as usual. France
has whiter and finer fiowr for
these.

It was



a poison that worked,
swiftly, going to the head and
causing nervous disorders and
hallucinations.

It worked on rich and poor,
alike—on the children of the poor-
est peasant and of the marriea
daughter of M Eugene Rodier,
wine seller and wealthiest man in
the town :

Sotn the local infirmary, found-
ed in 1265, was full, The nine
nuns, with 80 old people and 30
orphans under their normal care,
were overwhelmed.

Four ambulances arrived with
30 more nurses. Military orderlies
and firemen were pressed into
service, Gendarmes went from
house to house where the “burn-
ing death” had visited to take
statements and carry away un-
eaten bread,

Became Violent
of the sufferers became
_Qne threw himself from

Many
Vv iolent.

the second-floor window of the in-
firmary and broke his leg

Denise Chambon, 38-year-old
wife of an electrician and a great
bread-eater—she is nursing a two
month-old child—believed she was
on fire, drank water like a mad

woman, and wag restrained by five
people from thfowing herself out
cf the window to get air. She

kept seeing small animals around
her
Her husband, also with the
madness”, was give; sedatives to
rake him sleep, but had a night-
inare with his eyes open—‘“I saw
planes and lorries colliding, and a
train cut me in two”, he told me.
Other ravings were even more
fantastic. One man imagined he
was pursued by bandits with asses
ears. Anothe? exclaimed he was
fighting his way out of a jungle of
green ferns.

A great number saw flames.
majority thought people
chasing them to kill them
sick man ran into the
threatening people with

Many chickens, ducks,
and dogs which ate the
bread died in torment. And three
cays after the outbreak came the
death of the first person—Felix
Mizon, aged @2.

A doctor who fingered a piece

The
were

One
street

rifle
goats,

cats

of the fatal bread in his pocket
discovered that the tips of his
fingers were numb.

In the middle of this week
when fresh flour had been sup-
plied, most people began to eat
bread again, although there is

still some risk

Maurice Maillet, a miller of St
Martin La Riviere in Centra
France, and a baker, Guy Bruere
of the same district, were arreste<
last night.

Thy were charged with invol-
untary homicide and with violat-
ing the National Wheat Contro
Order Bruere was accused
falsifying accounts

o

Police allege that the baker
received wheat mixed with in-
ferior rye in exchange for bread

biked for a local farmer

He passed bad grain to Maillet,
who milled it and sent it 300 miles
away to the Pont St. Esprit dis-
trict.

When It Kills

Oliivier ,chief of the
police toxic laboratory at Mar-
seilles, has issued his report. “We
have identified a vegetable alka-
loid showing the characteristic ol
ergot, 4 parasite of cereals anc
especially rye. Thirty to 40 centi-
grams of ergot in a 400 gram loa!
can kill a man. It seems that the
flour at Pont St. Esprit containec
at least that dosage”

Professor

Haggard Dr. Gabbai, who has
scarcely slept for 15 days, told me
“Ergot was the cause of the “burn-
ing fire” of the Middle Ages. We
did not know. this until the last
century. The people of the Dau-
phine were accustomed to eat rye
bread, and rye is often attacked by
ergot.

This little town will not have
suffered in vain if we induce our
Government to pass a law safe-
guarding the nation’s bread.’

ah. E Ss

Voronoff. Of Monkey Gland

Fame. Dies At

By CHAPMAN PINCHER
LAUSANNE
Dr. Serge Voronoff, the “monkey
gland surgeon” who claimed that,
with his treatment, people could
live

to be 140, has died in a
Lausanne hotel. He was 85.
Russian-born Voronoff’s ideas

aroused a storm in Britain—but
they made him a fortune. He start-
ed grafting the glands of apes and
goats on to human beings—to re-
juvenate them—in 1919. And in a
few years he was an international

celebrity.

His fees were terrific. In 1932,
when money was money, he was
charging £250 for the operation
Nursing fees cost an extra £75.

He made so much money from
rich old Parisians that he had to
set up a special service for ferry-
ing apes from Africa,

300 assistants

Before the Second World War
Voronoff claimed to have trained
300 assistants, to have established

glands used on boys of 10 or 11
could breed a race of supermen.

When Voronoff came to Britain
to lecture in 1928, a vast crowd
attended a protest meeting in
Westminster. There were demands
in the House of Commons that he
should not be allowed to perform
any operations here.

Austrian wife

In 1934 he married a 2l-year-
old, red-headed Austrian girl, a
cousin of Rumania’s Mme.
Lupescu.

Voronoff lived for many yeurs
in a luxurious chateau on the

Riviera. In the last war he went
to America. Then he returned to
France to treat wounded soldiers
He was ailing. He travelled from
one spa to another. A fortnight
ago he went to Aix-les-Bains. for
treatment, Then he went on to the
Aga Khan’s hotel at Lausanne.
There he slipped on a bathroom
floor, broke several ribs—and died,
—L.E.S



Oo

The clash

VORONOFF was a first-rate
surgeon—but other doctors
clashed with his views.

They regarded the grafting
operation as a money-making
stunt, which at best could
bring only temporary improve-
ment.

In the face of medical warn-
ings, he prophesied that his
grafts would be permanent,
though no transplant between
creatures of different kinds
had ever “taken” before. Later
he haa to climb down and ad-
mit that the effects were short-
lived.

He argued that man should
be able to live to 140 simply
because domestic animals live
about seven times the number
ot years it takes them to
mature,

Acting on the mistaken be-
lief that a human being ma-
tures at 20, he assumed that

Sunday—I



NOBODY'S
DIARY

went to church to-day,
strange as it may seem to many, gave a
liberal collection. I used to go regularly
every Sunday, as a child, and more often
than not:twice with a Sunday School
thrown in. In those days collection was
on the old people. Mum or Dad had to
give me the penny to put in the plate. I
remember not long ago seeing a big sign
across Broad Street advertising a meet-
ing at Queen’s Park, and at the end it said
“No collection taken up.” I wonder if this
was an added attraction.

Monday—lI was asked to-day why no political

meetings are being held. Just a few
weeks ago everybody ran hot and there
were meetings all over the island. Per-
haps the boys are just watching each
other, and getting things ready for the
next onslaught on the 96,000 registered
voters, and their friends. I am very in-
terested to hear what new ideas are in the
minds of the candidates and parties.

Somewhere in the book I used yesterday
the words occur “we have left undone
those things which we ought to have
done and have done those things which
we Ought not to have done”. Some poli-
ticians might use this text.

Tuesday—aAn interesting sign caught my eye

on the ’bus to-day. It warned passengers
that the company would not hold itself
responsible for damage sustained by
squeezing into the seats. There is the
regular distance between the rows of seats
but of course there is real difficulty to
get into the seat when people sit near
the entrance and you have to squeeze
past their knees. Once or twice I have
crushed toes and once accidentally sat
down rather abruptly in the lap of a stout
lady. I was very comfortable but I had
to move. The sign should be in all *buses
in small twinkling red lights. You can be
injured while sitting or getting into the
*bus.

Wednesday—Jeans and Jitterbug Shirts—

What a frightful combination! At least,
when worn by a woman.

Somebody once said “A woman is only
a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke.”
Now I have never quite seen the humour
in that remark, maybe one day I will,
but at any rate I am quite content with a
woman being only a woman.

But the point is that I like to see that
a woman is a woman. Jeans and Jitterbug
shirts are the worst type of camouflage.

Thursday—Today I sent a small parcel for

the Jamaica sufferers, It wasn’t much
but I believe that it will help. A few
mornings ago the parson who conducted
the Rediffusion service gave a fine
example of the church militant as he

made an appeal for help for the church-|

warden’s clothing drive.

“Some people’s place in heaven might
be assured”, he thundered, “but they
are no good on earth. Be good for some-
thing, or else you’re good for nothing
Do something to help your fellow man
or else . .” Words nearly failed him.
However he concluded, “Send some-

thing to the Churchwarden for the Ja-|!

maica sufferers,”

Friday—The weather continues to be a prob-|

lem and the topic of common conversa-
tion. A chap about my own age—I am

not yet three score and ten, nor am |;

under a score—asked me today, “Where
are we getting all these hurricanes
from? Six for the season seems quite a
lot. When I was a boy there were not so
many.”

In a way I agree with him. At least it
seems so to me looking backward down



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never have’ arisen. clinics | in six countries, and to : 140 years was the proper span : : aes ,

If it the policy of the Government that in ! have given new life to thousands. The theory of life. the years. Or is it that we did not take |, ———
future the holder of the Office of Attorney Gen- | Between 60 and 70, he said, was VORONOFF’S _ operations British scientists have prov- so much notice of them? However I do| 1 i
eral shall be a member of the Legislative Council, the critical age for men: the were based on the belief that ed that extracts of the glands not remember hurricanes coming so/{t '
it should have been announced that there was to | glands were wearing out, and th» — if any one of the main glands used by Voronoff have a defin- : BE S80ly
be a change in constitutional policy, and that Mr. | only sohue xe tile age Or aoe of the human body could be ite rejuvenating effect. But quickly and regularly that they had to}

Field was merely acting until he or some other | Women, 45 was the age at which rejuvenated by a grafting they are also extremely dan- be labelled to k ace:
) : ee 4
officer was appointed. youthful charm could be recap= operation, the whole bedy gerous, sometimes causing a Charlie, D ’ p pace: Able, Baker,

The matter deserves some statement by the tured, would benefit physically and fatal complaint. narlie, Dog, Easy, Fox. I hope George
Government. He also declared that monkey mentally. —LES. stays home. BETTER BUY VEGETABLES in Tins

aeons sed x Z teenage | thennmtiyatanrtlntecteateain apnergetmeniet _ aches = BE Se |

Bewigged Host Towers Above His Guests In Splendid Robes And Platform “Soles a Foot ‘High BUTTER Cauliflower
Party Of The Century Ends I i eee =
4 nchor Table Butter Spinach
ar @ entury has mn ondolas —88e. per Tb Kale
Anchor Evap. Milk 16-02. Sliced Be:
7 oe | a i i ests “rr > © rey 7j1e. , t _ ice
Best Ever, Say 8 Aga Khan ue ier trom, ten cea nt os . gr ag _janced | boogie-woogieé eighteenth-century giants. curate historically. —29c. per tin Turnips
of the costumes. But no sarhatoes oor yalited to cenitete * I ee 7 Tow i § host Outside the palace the square} sone diate oe Seed Does
From EVELYN IRONS were thrown, no “CG ira Boneh ohene ate an Au-" People wondered why their was thronged with white papér be ga ger hoor Mixed Vegetables
were thrown, n Communists busson carpet, . : 5 5 Anchor Full Milk Powder
VENICE demonstrated. Most of the older people left oo ey a middlesized man, rata and jam-packed with 1-Ib 96c, per tin oo. 8
ee Hy a . oh ee tee i a ? : owered high above his ests, people, o . ans
The fast of the 700 guests at Mr. Charles de Beistegui’s eee ae Oe: in her speed two am. Mrs. Winston The answer was that ge N : Wine and cakes provided rsa | } Anchor Skimmed Milk Pork & Beans

» yearl-fes » silvery ress ack "e «with ¢ ; 4 M - ‘ 1

fantastic pre-French revolution masked ball arranged Sa: aanaarni ise setagies eee ae ee eee ane & Beistegui wore shoes specially by Mr. de Beistegui soon ran out, ; -f0c. per th. Vegetabie Salad

themselves gracefully in their gondolas*and were rowed his fantastic extravagantly gold- had 10 minutes to wait for the PUUt with if. “high platform but the crowd stayed, gazing up!) —— —

home along the silent canals here at dawn. fringed white satin coat and motorboat that took her back aye Acne * one ence eat where ‘FRUIT in ‘Tins KEEP COOL

Thousands of lights which had from Rome, wearing magnificent towering white ostrich feather her hotel on the Lido. fig KS, bdr b moet Se ateane Shas eather rie —, me bottl
oullined the massive building of diamonds, took another view from headdress, were among the flocks Even the dogs eens with his huge white pow- ven OY Nc ROR. SGI Apple Sauce pabare pate Bee. Bre "
the Labia Palace suddenly wink- the Aga Khan's. “It is much more of people who strolled from the As ahve: stood on Th. ; aoe eo ang Tis splendid biye Pumas. Waste Avwiee spe on ree ae t
ed out. The party of the centu- fun out here,” she gaid. palace to show their costumes to tuousl ‘peted < ii e sump- brocade robe, ; An attractive woman appeared Guavas Washington Ale 30c. per bot.
ry was over l d ‘ the chattering crowd kind the uously carpeted landing stage, There was much discussion at one window wearing a mag- | Grapes Canada Dry Soda
Piste te 5 wet ra Clapped and cheered ee attering crowds Packing the one of the dozens of armed Ital- about which costumes were the enia-jewelled mask. “Take it off’y| Pears with

Was it worth all the skyrocket- That was when at 3 a.m. men Neighbouring streets. ian police guarding the palace most splendid. + bawled the crowd. She did. She4+ Peaches GOLD BRAID RUM
ting expense to the host, or the and women in superb satins and There was applause when gallantly stepped forward and General vote seemed to go tO was pretty. : {} Fruit Salad
pangs suffered by those failing Jaces, diamonds and emeralds, these two appeared. Sighed one offered a battered suitcase. Princess Elizabeth Chavehavadze The Itdlian boys yelled ap- Apricots: 5 :
~o . a eae ' kireamed from the dazzlingly lit eee, ee yo ee Mrs. Churchill smilingly thank- in her black velvet dress and plause. : i Prunes EXPECTED OVER

The Aga han thought so. palace and danced to an accordion ‘ured at the display: “How beau- eq him and sat on it. imposing ‘rown = as Empress A 50ft. greas p re} Ul Strawberries ; 4
Werring a a ne white me band in the square San Geremia Shi, Bow. veg mht! i : It was indeed a fabulous party. Catherine of Russia. malin. arte Coes en ae Be ade aianihns, seed THE WEEK-END
omino over his dinner jacket —oufsffe w.ich the less glamour- nside the paiace Me patsy, Even the dogs were in cos- Her husband, Prince George , ei can nse: s ' sot | 6
suit he sat back beaming in a cusly dressed public. which had started. formally with tume, A black poodle had a Chavchavadze, was one oi the Oe te ede a yeas ie if SPECIALS SE a
mae ie vn a ae aan ip Pe etn bapa: BT eee ioe legs. di ans se eeeetane suit to go with the group of splendidly dressed per- shinned up, and the palace win t Tower Jellies 14c. per pkg. DUCKS :
ing for his motor launc o take posing robes as a Procurator of ™USI©, becam Ss dignified. harlequin costume of its Italian sonages who surrounded her , a an SS dea ot N i 7
him to his hotel. , the Venetian Republic, came out A suitease seat woman owner, da he pag nab, “fe or to watch one |} Apricot Nectar 40c. per tin: FROZEN SALMON

Said he; “As you know, I have jn the square, too Instead of gentle minuets and Two women wore diamond- Others preterred the group of a eo wee i
been to hundreds of parties, in The people clapped and qQuadrilles suitable to the period, studded qpllars and their toenails American Indi ins headed by Mrs. Suddenly all the lights went MEAT DEPT,
my time, starting in Queen Vic- cheered when they recognised the 18th century orchestra in the were gilded. Reginald Fellowes in her original oyt and fireworks cracked from! } PHONE
foria’s day. But I am certain that phim minstrels’ gallery, whose dress Each French dressmaker dress of white satin and leopard across the square q ‘(f° For prompt delivery, Please
this was the best of them all,” was copied exactly from the (male) was more startling got Skin, her head surmounted by a Armed police lined up to deal ee ee Te GODDARD'S

The Aga Khan should know. Oliver Messel, in “his rich red musicians’ costumes in the Tie- up than the last. Christi Dior’s lyreshaped spray of feathers. with possible incidents ‘But they ROAST
But he left early The Begum, velvet uniform coat, which once polo frescoes on the walls, play- party carried 10ft. poles dressed Up the pole ood ana turedly: allowed the , “
he said would dance till dawn belonged to a Bohemian prince, ed the latest 20th century airs ite and gold and crowned It must be said that Many of are wd to do anything they liked ii} Early WE DELIVER ,

One elaborately gowned lady also danced with the local girls. Guests in stately perukes and black hats represent the costumes were highly inac- —txcept get inside. —LE.3 FFF RES SSS |

p —LES. | = PSS
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i
SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

B’dos May Have Mayor And Corporation

If Local Govt.
Bili Is Passed

BARBADOS will have a Mayor and Corporation if the
Local Government Bill, laid before the House of Assembly
on Tuesday last becomes law.

For the purpose of Local Government the Bill provides
that the island shall be divided into six areas which shall
be known, as the City of Bridgetown, the Bristol District,
the Scotland District, the Courteen District, the Codrington
District and the Seawell District.

PAGE FIVE











For that rich

savoury flavour!
PREPARING A MEAL

“Emergency Squad’ Kept Busy
By Burst Pipes In St. Peter

THE GENERAL SUPPLY of the Barbados Water-
»works Department during August was, the main,
uniform. The high points of the north east corner of the
jparish of St. Peter experienced shortage during the
morning peak hours, but this deficiency should disappear
after the new Haymans system comes into operation in
January next
The perpetual bursting of pipes, month and, if the worst comes to



in









Make that stew really tasty



: : that have served the community the worst, every effort will be with just a little Marmite !
These districts have been set out as follows :-— since the last century, continues made to complete the half of the) Make it better for you too
erry — —____ ; F to the discomfiture of the resi- building that accommodates the M ins the Ba
The oy of Bridgetown—Com- dents, The “emergency squad” is power station proper, so that th« armite contains the 52
prising St.

Michael’s Parish and
part of Christ Church; the Bristol
District—Comprising the Parishes

kept busy,

2nd Course

vitamins that build up
health and resistance to

5 ton overhead crane can be

More Mains erected and the gipes and pump













: In Deighton Road, St. Michaei moved into posiuon Only four illness. That’s why it’s so
of St. Lucy and St. Reter; the Scot- new 4 . ky is elise laid. ind menths now remain for the sup- ood for everyone e bread
land District—comprising the Par- s.andposts have been erected ply of coral blocks 8 b : sty sand.
ene ishes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph; during the neil at the follow- Slow but steady progress and hatter OF Sey SBE
the Courteen District — Compris- ine points . being made. Collymore Rock wiches. You can do so
ing the Parishes of St. James and ty R > rroviding tough position f much with Marmite in
. : 7 ae poke Reservoir Road, Brittons Hill, PrOV¢GiMe a tough proposition foi
In Home Instruction St. Thomas; the Codrington District St. Michiat: : the 15” diameter maim, but th soups, gravies, sauces and
At Housecraft Centre —Comprising the Parishes of St Leadvale, Christ Church 18” main from the top of Bank| savoury dishes —and Marmite
George and St. John; and the Amity Lodge, Christ Church; Hall Road towards the Codring does so much for good cooking

The second six-month Home Seawell District—Comprising the Maxwel, Hill, Christ Church: '©D Research Station has fortun- . 8 =
Instructors’ Course to be held in Parish of St. Philip and the rest Checker Hall to Sutherland *tely struck softer stratum
the island was opened at the Of Christ Church. Hill (3) St. Lucy; East Coast Supply
Housecraft Centre — yesterday : : s Grape Hall Village (2), St The cliff face route between
morning by Mr. E. C. M. Theo- District Names Lucy; Edge Cliff (St, John’s) and the .
cacen Deputy Director of Educa- Th ou ci Siatrlet Hillaby, St. Andrew; southern end of the cabbage e e
ion. ne name of the City Distric Hillaby, St. Thomas; and palm avenue above Foster Ha) ° . yr.

Some of the students of this “Bridgetown” is obvious and Vauxhall, Christ Church has been reconnoitred and ap The Vitamin B Yeast Food
course are teachers and others, club seeds no comment, Additional mains and’ stand- pears practical, Precis levellin Made in E.gland
ens re or gaan vod gr gg tll eae hg posts will be laid in St. Peter, bas been carried out from Parish 7
ope that the students, after the two most northern parishes aftee i fy Hill to Edge C to ensure that
qualifying at the end of the course, from the association of Little pss the beginning of cand the ater he id pea "Gol tei —
would spread their knowledge Bristol or Speightstown wh€n the new Haymans supply Ridway assisted | a a I} ag
throughout the community. “Scotla strict” is re should be functioning. Sen Seen ta oe PAD e Le ES reat

Mistry Bilsvie Oreahinn cotland District is well Bowmanston, will rise with suffi-}})

ee rv y yne, ganiser Of known. and has in a way had 7 = ; cient pressure to Edge Cuiiff i}}))
the Housecraft Centre, said that . ig sal Western Supply cle pressure to Edge Cuff anda |(

> first six sl 0 at recent official blessing in the 7 ae ASS *r the cliff edge. TI t '
the first six-month course was formation of the Scotland Distric The ground level at the site of P&aSss over the clit edge. This ha: }\
held in 1948—49. At that time Cc es rat Bo: as ith a ame the well is 135 feet above the sea, Preved positive Enquiries hav 1)

Miss Joan Parry was the organiser. COMS¢'vation Board, although the and the Gulf Oil Company sunk been initiated into the time of} ()
That course was partly financed WOK Of that body will extend ONE OF THE GIRLS of the Cookery Class at the last Home Instructors’ 4 bore 150 feet deep, all in coral, SUPPly and the cost of 6” screwey i
by Colonial Development & Wel- beyond the limits of’ St. Andrew Gourse prepares 4 meal. The second course was opened yesterday at the indicating that at the site there Steel pipes to cover the cliff sec- |;
fare funds. For this reason ten Raseniteen bis aa sonsenrary Centie, Bay Gtrest, s is at least 15 feet of coral below tion \\
students were from the Leeward |», aie Witten, ie. is named mean sea level, ie. 15 feet depth Low Level Supply "
Islands and the other ten from the srt Sir ; tg hy ow Sie Pp 7 e : of “sheet” water. This is all that This supply in the past has bee: {
indwards. Be 0 > Earl oF aribor- : T » “e gh | ‘ . sponsible — ‘hr *hureh $)
cugh, who fitted out the ship ul 1c at enec A peterer SEHOURH x “ aes Ri rs oe _ ue eS Shuts )

a a \ ie. . os pated that the coral extends down Ridge, and as a supplement ‘
William and John” which landed 60 or 65 feet bel in iavel at th B: idgetowr Lit burbs. Wher Q
the first settlers, 80 in number, 0 or GS feet below sea level at thi ae le ire eae eee
at Holetown. A H | l T e <= P e ~ Belle eee oe Sta-! {i}
“Cc “ atetatt tohde malin P . 1e well is now 74 feet deep, Uon is operating, its utility inj({
tk aT cee, eae t ot ersa urning which is over half the distance these respects will kave disay ))

famous Christopher Codrington ae OC sa Ipre > 1 10 _ : ae? vad a Se aa Drea cece sao st
who founded Codrington College. THE COMMISSIONERS OF HEALTH opened the : ee Ss L a a. has € yo eeeenne os art
_“Seawell” once only a medium Hothersal Turning Public Bath at 11 o'clock yesterday Qo, ion dius uhrointehes: seail totuert | he papel Roya Bllorten (il
oe here 9a fo fame morning. The bath, which is situated opposite the Friend- Warleigh Reservoir has been laid, break pressure tank (St. George’:

af the Airfield, but it ae Nodes ship Playing Field, brings the number of Public Baths in There is little margin of time if from a southerly to a westerly

so Well known that the naming of St. Michael to eight. the system is to operate by the direction, relieving the drawoffs
























the District “is justified, Apart from sanitary accommo- Ist of January, but according bid rate the eet Ridge ye \\
- ? —~-——-dation, the bath has 12 bathing Present indications, it will PONE TAIT BS MUCH BS POSE OIE, 30 it
cubicles—six for men and six for Pumping Station benefit the deficiency | arem. s8 i)
1 y | women. The building is 32 feet The foundation concrete for the south | east St, Lucy and north )
Talk On Soil LOAD SHEDDING wide by 22 feet long and the walls of the building and the ©@St St. Peter i
. { OF ELECTRICITY opening hours are 7 a.m. t booster pumps, together with the hi
p.m. from Mondays to Friday floor of the basement around the VO EN-SERVICEMEN’S )
N € l : half day on Saturdays and from booster pumps and _ the _ steel " ksi Ste ee ae {))
L lanagemen NECESSARY 7 a.m. to l p.m. on Sundays framework at the top of the well, FUNL IN JAMAICA Ii MISS ARDEN’S Per 1R ,
; . Dit-“Boinneh wht. at o There are two caretakers, the bath were completed, and the laying Information from Caribbean | { — ee ete PERM epresentative
ener * Re Oe ik éiitent erat or 5 iiston em nee. A at nee It of ‘gee coral block walls er en Army : ae in Jamaic \ MISS YVONNE GEORGE
-er- . connected with ne De- eatie . viata eae > understooc rat the ommis- Anxiety was experienced at the Suggests that some ex-servicemen S , here sive expe t rice
partment of Science and Agri- Sota, Daves :, Deh ok the ioners of Health of St, Michael rate of receipt of coral blocks, living in Barbados appear to b a ONS P wn a eee as avin on
culture, gave a talk on “some i . Cane ; as will start on the Public Bath at because it must be remembered of the impressian that there is wKin Care and Make-W/p
unsolved probler f 1 tlectric Company which has Brittons Hill in another week that th t tart f ‘i trolled by ¢ t Cc i T 4 Septemt 18th
. =" 5 2ms of soll man- sceccit < : ye > s nat once ne next crop starts, in some ul sontrolle Vv “arib- “ne 4 “Ss l, se P p ‘
E. C. M. THEOBALDS agement in Barbados,” at a fey ancet beslene avis we Phe opening ceren ony ‘was per- January, so. more blocks will be bean Army headquarters on which| ee ee ers "
1. C. S. meeting of the _ Agricultural peak for the past two nights, formed by = Mr. J. M._ Kidney, received for six months, and wall ex-servicemen can draw. No such| e
She said that the present course Society yesterday. Notes for the Mr. R. B, Francis, the Acting ae a ee ee ee building, if incomplete, will be at fund exists and ex-servicemen! \
was a full and comprehensive one talk were collected by Mr. | General Manager of the com- iT. “WilkineotCominissi@te 7 a standstill. would do well to realise this, as |) GRATIS CONSULTATIONS by Appointment
and would call for hard work and Knowles and Mr, J. B. D. Rob- pany, told the Advocate yes- Mr W ge Pit ay nes ind As a result of pressure, supply they will save themselves a great |}) At
study. They were all looking for- binson, Agricultural chemist. terday 5. Bhan ahs ane Ps improved towards the end of the deal of time and disappointment. }
ward to an interesting time. The | Mr. Knowles emphasised the “This state of affairs may distri ‘hy rr attehaet ple of i ”M rmN®° a4
course was financed by the Bar- importance of experiments. “It continue for the next few ‘Thate is 6 : a et by M B ‘ ul
bados Government and all the fs not until we have tested our | days,’ he said Mattias that rin the: Binsity i}! y "
students and teachers were Bar- theories in the field by means of Consumers are asked to Field is in operation ihe Bath { PHOENIX PHARMACY
badians. well designed and carefully ex- co-operate by economising should be ned Saturd }
Generalities ecuted experiments that we are as much as possible in the aah Oe ee =

evenings




Mr. Theobalds said: “It may be use of electricity so as to re-



ever justified in saying we know





somewhat rash of me to attempt to the answer,” he told the many duce the periods of the cuts ! a a a a - a a a
give the opening address for a planters who attended. ; ce

course in Housecraft, but let me He listed seven chief problems. THE HEAT! a Just Arri al

— to assure you _before you They were soil potash, inew cul- Letters Of

a to show rene re es, tivation systems, soil nitrogen, Despite light showers. which} FRESH SHIPMENT OF

for the better comfort of the male, pplication of bagasse, ratoon Administration nearly every worker in the City I a | i V §

tillage, and filter press mud as a still complained of the heat.

that I propose to confine my re-
marks to generalities without én-
croaching on the various abstruse
subjects which I see mentioned in

fertilizer,
Before Mr.

Workers
streets
carrying

the
and

moved
wearing rain
umbrellas

along

The Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir

Allan Collymore yesterday grant-

coat
the

ALSO

Knowles gave his
talk, the Chairman discussed two











as “| ’ ‘ n°" . ’
the syllabus. types. of rat. poison. The cyn> ¢d the petition of Claudius Con- threatened a CH CK EF EKEDERS
“As evidence of my profound Which is widely used here. is nell of St. Michael, for letters of At 2 p.m, the thermometer
ignorance of these matters I may Zine phosphide..The other which @@ministration to the estate of Per o re gee = the shade
ay that one particular art men- }% considered too dangerous to use his wife Elmira Beatrice Alber- 1e@ muk and snac 2ars were J J C —D)j i
tioned in the list—the art of at present is wactarin , * tha Connell, late of Eagle Hall uaeare sake th eck eh s Hl. — ones & i Lid. esa
smocking——was so far outside my The Chairman said that the Road. St. Michael, rears: e RUG Bil ene PeeCnee we
mental experience that I had to reason for not using the new Mr. E. Mal " ie MOREESEGs - ¥ a « = a = a a = = = a a
turn to the dictionary to discover poison was that it was dangerous ra r. E. alone instructed by Tihhe sea was reported to be SS see Sa
what it was about. fo livestock and_ possibly ta Mr, ( B Brooks of the firm of rough at all the coasts but many if}
human life. At the ti her re Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, Soli- fishing boats still were carried
“In weicoming you to this bei . decid a e time it was citors, appeared for the petition- out.
course, I must at the same time being decided whether to use it, er, Claudius Connell.

the Chief. Medical rete
that

sympathise with those who applied Officer agreed

sn te |

HARRISON'S BROAD ST. |







, ‘aula ; ; ; ; ' ' ei
for admission to it but were not Barhados was too thickly The following six wills were Nelson r

fortunate enough to be selected. nepulated. It was used in British admitted to probate; Comes Tomorrow :
The response to the advertisement Guiana extensively where there The S.S. Lady Nelson is expec-|

about the course is a most signi- were many more rats than here Gertiana Augusta Blenman, ted to arrive here tomorrow

ficant feature of the new concep- becouse there was less vossibility St. Michael; Mary Agusta Wil- morning from British Guiana via.,

tion of Education in the West In- of danger to animals and people, liams, Christ Church; George Trinidad, Grenada and St. Vin- FAMOUS
dies, Weare growing up and Christopher Francis, St. Philip; cemt. She will be sailing on u
pearning ew me eae James Hezekiah Greaves, St. Monday night .for Canada via., ;

the right things pe are showing EO Andrew; Charles William Hink- the British Northern Islands. She

bry ee ees reign oe thes DECREE NISI son, St Thomas; Fitz Albert is consigned to Messrs. Gardiner

ial for the preserve d ‘ Sm: Ss "ew gn

cesnivaniiian abt, le- £00; the, ali wit the Court for Divorce and Small St. Andrey Austin & Co., Ltd. LAWN
being of the individual. Thirty- rimonial Causes — yesterday, ae

His Honour the Chief Judge pro-
nounced decree nisi in the suit of
A. Austin, petitioner and E, E.
Austin respondent.



five years ago, there was no such
desire to make a methodical study
of Home Management, since such
studies were not regarded as be-

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Decree nisi was also pronounced
in the suit of E. T. Arthur -peti-
tioner and H. C, Arthur, respond-
ent,

The suit of H. C. Chase, peti-
tioner and I, K, Chase, respondent
was adjourned because the peti-
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tC SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951

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The MANNERINGS
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on a
Cannibal Island

by

Valentine Vester

BY ALEX RAYMOND

WY THERE IT 1s! UTOPIA! JUST AS
| SPIKE DESCRIBE
A LONG f

PLic

THAT WAS DEEPDALE
CALLING, KIRBY... THE
PLANE CRASHED IN 4 COW PASTURE,
ALL FIVE CONVICTS





Children grow up

strong and healthy
on

/ THERE WERE
——"] Six! WHERE IS
Om TUE MISSING

‘ ie

The Mannerings (three boys and
a girl were travelling home from
China without their parents,
vhen their boat was wrecked and
they were cast up on a lonely island
in the South Seas with the Cap-
} tain and one or two sailors. The
| island proved to be inhabited ,by
cannibals. The youngest brother
fell into their hands and had to



} be rescued by the others at risk

\ f their lives. In the course of

] their adventures they had to find

T HE'S MAY ¥¢ 1 way across a crocodile infested

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N MEMORIAM



HOLDER- In loving memory of Beresford
Holder who departed this life on Sept
15th 146

In tears we saw him sinking,

And watched him fade away,

God knows how much we've missec
hin

Even now, five vears to~day
Fver to be remembered b Constanee
Helder (Wife’, Darey Holder (Son)
Hubert Holder (Brother), Horace Barke:
(Step-son) 14.9, 51—1r





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancies in the
Elementary Teaching Service

Applications are invited from
teachers (women) with at least
10 years’ teaching experience for
the Headships of the following
schools:—

St. James’ Girls’ School

St. Thomas’ Girls’ School

The minimum professional
qualification required is the Cer-
tificate A of the Department or
exemption therefrom,

Salary will be in accordance’
with the “Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade I Ele-
mentary Schools.

Candidgtes who have already
submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial,
All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate
form which may be obtained from
the Department of Education. All





applications must be enclosed in
envelopes marked “Appointments
Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Department
of Education by Saturday, 22nd
September, 1951. Candidates are

warned that canvassing may lead
io their disqualification.
12th September, 1951.

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Modern Bungalow
1939 with 18”
heavy asbestos
Jarge L-shaped
double bedrooms
wardrobes, Kitchen,
vant’s kitchen,
tub and shower,
Sstallation,
ants rooms
about % an

Pine Hill —
constructed in
stone walls and
roof. There is a
living room, 2
with built-in
pantry, ser-
bathroom with
solar heating
gavage and 2 ser-
The grounds of
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Flamboyant trees, lawns and
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are



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“STRATHMORE,” Culloden Rd
A spacious 2-storey stone house
built to last with the type of
material rarely s€en to-day, Ac-
commodation comprises enclosed
galleries, 2 reception, dining room,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry,
storerooms, garage etc. Well re-
commended at the greatly reduced
price now required



“CAMBRAI”, Prospect, St.
James Large 2 storey stone
house of sound construction lo-
cated on over %4 an acre of good

coast land with 160 feet of sea
frontage First class sandy beach
and good safe bathing. The house
has 2 large living rooms, 4 bed-
rooms on the upper floor with
similar accommodation on
ground floor. In our opinion
this prope.ty would be eminentiy
suitable for conversion into a
Guest House. Low figure required
“HILL CREST", Bathsheba
Substantially built modern stone
bungalow on the brow of the
cliffs affording fine view of this
rocky coast line There are

three good bedrooms, living room,
2-sided gallery, kitchen, servant's
quarters and garage Electricity
and water are laid’ on. The land is
over 6 acres and there are about
50 coconut trees. An Interesting
proposition at the low figure asked

“WINDY WILLOWS"—Prospect,
St James. Unfurnished house on
coast, with 3 bedrooms, lounge,
verandah, overlooking sea ete.
Immédiate possession

“KIMBOLTON”™,
Belleville

sto

2nd Avenue,
A very solid 2-storey
built house in good position



on corner of 2nd Avenue and
Pine Road. Good residential area
near schools and town. The house

has 2 reception, dining room,

|






long gallery overlooking lawn, 3
bedrooms and all 4in strvices
This property offe at a most
reasonable figure to e¢ an early

sale



RENTALS

“WAVERLEY”, St. Lawrence
“IN C Silver Sands
“PLEASANT HALL COTTAGE”,













Dayrell’s Road, St. Michael |
“WHITEHALL FLA‘ Coa- |]]
rington Hill, St. Micha |
“WINDY WILLOWS” Prospect, |||
St. James |





KEAL ESTATE AGENTS

AUCTIONEERS and
SURVEYORS

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640





| ANNOUNCEMENTS

SPPAY PAINTING



SPECIALISTS see |

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
| 96 cents Su"days 24 words — over 24
| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
| word on Sundays;

HOUSES













————
Supreme Motor Company, 85 Roebuck| CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
Street. Dial 2741 Approximate rates:—! tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St
10 h.p. cars $70 12 h.p. cars $75 Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
44 hop. cars $80, larger models propor- | miodern conveniences. Appay on premises.
tionate 14.9.51—3n | 3.8.51—tf£.n.

| SUNSET VIEW —Furnished Bungalow

! . | sit ed at Rockle Containing 3 bed-

FOR SALE | rooms and all conveniences, Possession

j Minimum charge week 72 cents and | 1s: October. For particulars Dial 2455

96 cents SuNdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

word on Sundays;

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Austin
Owner driven

70
Tel

(Hampshire)
2470

15 9.51—2n

CAR: One Austin A-40 two years old
Phone 4523 15.9.51—3r



——————
CAR—Chevrolet 1938. Low mileage. Al

condition

ne Bargain At cK ste tin? | niente
Garage. Phone—95259 14.9.51—3n | SPECTACLES—One pair of gold spec-
CA 1980 Model Moccis balun a tacles ‘Broken’. Finder be compensated

Door Saloon, low mileage anc in excel-

lert candition.
1948 Ford Prefect,
at reasonable price.
1949 Kaiser Sedan under 6,000 miles
Like new.
1935 Ford V8 Tourer
making Pick-up Cheap

excellent condition

Suitable for

1949 Morris Six Saloon. FORT ROYAL

GARAGE LTD., Telephone 4504.

9.9.51~in
ELECTRICAL

—_—_————
RADIO; Zenith Trans-Oceanic Portable
Radio as new, Phone 3679





15.9.51—2n

—————————————
LIVESTOCK

ne

CALF: One Guernsey Holstein Heifer

Calf Dial 2084. P. N. Pilgrim, Chapel

Gap 14.9.51—3n

MECHANICAL

One (1) John



2n Sea Horse Outboard
Motor with se ate 5 gallon tank. Out-
put 10 h.p. Engine, condition as new
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar,
Gibbs Beach, St. Peter 14.6.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS



CHINA—Crate of China, Dinner set
and tea set to match compiete, unused
Apply “In-An-Out” Gibbs Beach, St
Peter 14.9.51—2n

—————————
CAR TYRES, Unused Bergougman 500
16. 2 outers and 2 iners—Price for lot

$52 00 Phone Leach 2546.

COAT:
lent
Salon,

9.9.51—3n





One Lady's Fur Coat, excel-
Bargain, Apply to Terese Beauty
McGregor Street.
12.9.51—t.f.n
—_—_—
FORMAMINT TABLETS—Recommend-
ed highly for Gargling in cases of Sore
Throat, Tonsilitis ete. KNIGHTS Ltd.
14.9. 51—3n.
_
GALVANISED SHEETS—4, 7, 8, 9 and
10. Price cannot be beaten, enquire
Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696
8.9.51—t.f.n





(iintncicatinal elements saginlig-aiaaeamnpag
LUNCH KITS—For School Children
Complete, comfortable carry-all with
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks
and plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83
LUNCH TENS with sandwich tray. 83
Cents. On le at G. W. Hutchinson
& Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress
Shoppe 15.9.51—6n
ey
OMNIPED FOOT CUSHIONS—Designed
by Dr. Allschoff. These cushions can be
washed and re-used. KNIGHT’S LTD
14.9.51—Gn







<<
RECORDS—Just received Calypso Re-
cords by Lord Kitehener & Lord Begin-
ner, Come in and make your selection
Wm FOGARTY B'DOS LTD.
14.9.51—2n
NE
SURANOX DENTURE CLEANER—The
best method of cleaning False Teeth.
KNIGHTS Ltd 14,9.51—3n.

— ——_—$
TORCH BULBS: Just received Flange
Bulbs for U.S.A. Torch Lights to fit 5
cell, 3 cell and 2 celi lights. 22¢ each

at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd
14.9.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
POSTUM

GENERAL



That FOODS CORPORA-
TION a corporation organized under
the laws of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 250 Park
Avenue, City and State of New
York, VU.S.A., has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cereal foods con-
sisting of entire wheat, roasted and a
rmall per cent of pure molasses: cereal
foods consisting of wheat and molasses
for beverage making purposes; flavouring
ct for non-alcoholic beverages;
flavouring material for foods; food bev-
erage compounds, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 1th day of September 1951
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark can be seen on applica-



tion at my office.
Dated this 29th day of August 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Tcade Marks,
13,.9.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE
POND’S

That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, a
corporation organised in the State of
Delaware, U.S.A., whose trade or busi-
ness address is 60 Hudson Street, New
York 13, State of New York, United
States of America, has applied for the
ration of a trade mark in Part
“A”™ of Register in respect of toilet and
cosmetic products, particularly creams
for the skin, skin freshener, face powder,
combined foundation and face powder,
dusting powder, talcum powder, lipsticks,

*, preparation to be applied to the
face to form a make-up base or founda-
on, and paper tissues (adapted for re-
meving skin creams, for use as hand-
kerchiefs, and for similar purposes), and
will be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 13th day of
September 1951 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office

Dated this 30th day of August, 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.






13.9.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
ANGEL FACE

That PONDS EXTRACT COMPANY, a
corporation organised in the State of
Delaware, U.S.A.. whose trade or busi-
ne ddress is 60 Hudson Street, New
York, State of New York, United States
of America, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in respect of toilet and cosmetic













prod. and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
13th day of September 1951 unless

some person shall. in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office

Dated this 29th day of August 1951







H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
13.9.51—3n
oF |
G. A. Service's

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

‘The most manifest sign of
wisdom is continued cheer-
fulness.”

Montaigne.
WITH- GAS IN THE
KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE
AND COOKIE ARE AL-
WAYS CHEERFUL



15.9.51—2n

WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, having
3 bedrooms with connecting toilet and
bath, modern kitchen and 2 car garages,
baving all modern conveniences. Rented





——————e_ | furnished or unfurnished, on long lease

er short term. Apply: Ralph Beard, Lower
Bay Street. Phone 4683.

LOST & FOUND
LOST

a



Lost between Beckles Road and Trafal-
gar Square. Finder please return to
Daniel Maloney, Mason working at |
Housing Board, Bay Estate, St. Michael

15.9.51—I1n

PUBLIC SALES

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



REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE as a going concern small
dry goods business in the City. Immediate
Possession. For particulars, write (Store)
«mn care of Advocate Advertising Depart-
ment 15.9.51—3n





HOUSE—One Boarded and Shingled
house, practically new, 20 x 11 with
shed-roof and Kitchen. No reasonable
offer refused. Apply TIMOTHY MOR-
RIS, Thorpes Cottage, St. George.

14.9.51—2n.





LAND: 4% Acres of Land
Rock Ideal for development
Fred Carmichael, Phone 2443

14.9.51

at Black
Apply:

Sn



HOUSE—One Board and_ shingled
house in good condition for sale. 15x9-8
Apply to Mrs. Olga Holder, Endeavour
Street, St. John B.W.1 11.9.51—2n



“VENTNOR”, Ist Ave. Belleville. Re-
cently renovated throughout. Three bed-
rooms with running water in each. Gas
and usual out offices. Immediate possts-
sion. Dial 8680 15.9.51—I1n
NS

“MARSHVILLE"—Just the right home
if you demand the best at average price
Has eye appeal, purse app@al and heart
appeal This attractive property stand-
ing on 1/8 of an acre, along Bank Hall
main Road. And many other small prop-
erties and houses All priced reasonable
to sell

Telephone for
living comfort

a date to inspect reai
EBONY REALTY &



14.9.51—3n

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

TAKE NOTICE

Qo.

That WELL E UIF MENT
PORATION, a odie:
the State of Texas, United States of
America, whose trade or business address
is 2023 Semmes Street, Houston, Texas.
U.S.A., has applied for the registrotior
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of thread sealing compounds
anc lubricants, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 13th day of September 1951 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

trade mark can be seen on application
at my office,

| MFG. COR-
organized in

Dated this 30th day of August, 1951
H. WILLLAMs,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
13.9. 51—3n

TAKE

That WELL EQUIPMENT MF.G
under the laws of the State of Texas,
business address is 2023 Semmes Street,
the registration of a trade mark in Part *

be entitled to register the same
1951 unless some
my office of
application at my office.

Dated this 30th day of August 1951

after one

13.9.51

Indies.
The primary functions of the
ory and consultative body to the

dom and Canada,
The Committee now invites a
persons for the following posts: —













CORPORATION,
United States of America, whose trade or

pulley blocks, pipes, and fittings, thread sealin,

GOVERNMENT

THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

nomic matters, and to assume @xecutive end financial control of
British Caribbean Trade Commissioner Service



WANTED



HELP

——_____.,



EXPERIENCED
Wanted at the
Palmetto. Street

SHIRT
Reliance Shirt Factory

13.9. 51—én

Se
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN—For Dry
Goods Dept

right man

Ltd., Marhill Street 15.9.51

POSITION: Manager of small Hote!

as Manager or Assistant. Write: G. J

ton Bermuda

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINE out use,
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets,
21.7.51—8n







NOTICE

a corporation organized

Houston, Texas, U.S.A., has applied for
“A” of Register in respect of pipe unions,
® compounds and lubricants, and will
month from the 13th day of September

berson shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at
opposition of such registration

The trade mark can be seen on

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,

NOTICES







The Governments of the abovenamed Colonies have recently
established a Regional Economic Committee with headquarters in the
office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West

Committee are to act as an agivis-
participating governments in eco-
a
in the United King-

pplications from suitably qualified

re Regional Economic Committee

Candidates for this post should have a wide interest in

They should
and experience in posts of com-

ave held appointments demanding
in business and/or

Candidates for this post should possess a recognised

and administrative experience in
The Assist-

e United Kingdom
500 per annum plus a representa-

ve wide experience of the West

They should preferably have experience of dealing

organisations in the United King-

The main burden of the day-to-day work of the London

Salaries of the posts will be

‘COMMISSION AGENCY, 1 ee 1. Executive Secretary to th
aun} Ons dite aa —at an annual salary of about £2,500.
Two-sto: wall Dwellinghouse called
“WESTON", (th esidence of the late ‘ : .
me Woxan * Bascom), situate in and sound knowledge of West Indian affairs.
STRATHCLYDE, | tte ees as possess high qualifications
se sta s p square feet o « $
eae cee tobtcitass “bakead apnae, parable character, adequate academic qualifications in eco-
drawing and Gining: rooms, sane - nomics or commerce, and ft
, sta Ss. &# , an a - sh see tan hae é
Sear eeetee Seren unit aac personal responsibility was initiative
rooms in yard ety! gas, and government service,
G P| ent Water installed 7 . ae
Waanereiaes aie day, except Sunday, 2. Assistant Secretary (Statistician)
bs appointment with Mrs. Maynard! —at an annual salary of about £1,500.
Allder, Dial 2670, : mS Sa ee ’
The property will be set up for sale
by public competition a ou create aauee qualification in statisties
3 P rtown, iday ith Sep- . > :
SacobarcLotant ak o'elnok ore dealing with economic and commercial matters.
eae re Boticitors ant Secretary will be responsible for presenting statistical
15.9.51—10n material relating to trade and commerce for the work of the
sae Committee and its members.
AUCTION 3. Trade Commissioner in th
—at a salary of about £2
UNDER THE SILVER ge atone eae p
HAMMER ion allowance o F per annum.
SHOP CHAPEL ST. _Candidates should ha
Or THURSDAY the ot we will iy Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility
one Shop Building with 2 roofs covere d ~ 5 i :
with galvanise fron, situated at. the in the field of trade and commerce either in business or gov
corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near ment.
‘ah oa. with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trade negotiations, etc.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Preference will be given to candidates having wide contacts
Auctioneers with trade and government
11.9.51—3n dom.

‘ Ne 4. Assistant Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom
PUBLIC NOTICES ~-at an annual salary of about £1,320 in the first place plus
Ten cents per agate line on week-days a representation allowance of £500.

and 12 cents per agate linc on are ant
minimum charge $1.50 on wee vs > : ;
and $1.80 on Sundays office will fall on this officer. Candidates should therefore
NOTICE possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-
PARISH OF ST. JOHN istrative experience in dealing with matters of trade and
As from the 10th to 29th September commerce,
1951, the office of the ae GENERAL
Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays E P ; z :
aly, The Committee reserves the right to fill any post by invitation
asain” trace eine if no suitable applications are received.
St. John in the region of the figures stated but other terms of service (e.g.
|S Aeiaen leave, passage and pension entitkement) have yet to be determined,
NOTICE The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration in

is hereby given that
o° the Vestry of

it is the intention
the parish of Saint
Jan e& to cause to be introduced into the
; Legislature of this Island a Bill authoris-
ing the said Vestry to borrow a sum of
money not uxceering $4,320.00 to be used
in replacing the r.of of the Chancel of







ber,

these matters to appointees with exceptional qualifications.

The Committee proposes to make these appointments in Novem-

1951,

and applications, containing full details of candidates’
education, qualifications and experience,

together with supporting

documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach



MAKERS —

One used to Working smail
Island preferred. Excellent prospects for
Apply: J. W. Potter & Co.,

2n

in Bermuda desires position in Barbados

Riddell, c/o Bank of Bermuda, Hamii-
12.9.51—én



BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION

mbers of the
various Govt
Hosp H & T Dept,
Hosp., . Leper Hosp.. W. W
P. W. Dept.. Post Office
Customs, Public Market,
mentioned

All me
the

Subordinate
Depts

| of
Gen



|

Dept,
Lighthouses,
and others not
are asked to attend a special
Meeting to be held at the Town Hall



















PAGE SEVE

RHEUMATISM!
ARTHRITIS!

Their terrible pain is often needless.



Staffs |




































































}
on Saturday 15th inst at 2 p.m | ‘ x : i
AGENDA DOLCIN, a new type of treatment, brings prompt relief from pains ;
1. Re Cost-of-Living Bonus | due to symptoms of these dread diseases. But more! DOLCIN *
Geyee Sure A. c. Lewis, | 4lso has physiological action, particularly on metabolic processes 4
. Secty. Division It which are a very important factor in the rheumatic state. ‘This is 2
12.9. 51—2n due to the coordinated action of « new combination of scientific, :
quick-acting ingredients. te E 4
T ’ | DOLCIN has been tested thoroughly in hospitals and clinies. It is 3
GOVERNMENT NOTIC ES being prescribed by doctors now! It has relieved the anguish of many
of your fellow-sufferers with long-standing cases of joint-stiffness and '
- extreme pain. So, you see, the a you use DOLCIN, the sdoner
| your condition may be mmproved. aS
Government Flour Factory Yet DOLCIN costs very little. Get it today—100 precious tablets
at Lancaster cost only
SOLD BY:
| It is proposed to operate the| R'S b d DR GSTORESLTD u
|Government Flour Factory at} BOOKE (Bar a os) U .
Lancaster for a short period be-|
ginning on Tuesday 2nd October, |
1951, for the purpose of receiving | 5
and processing cassava roots.*The| P T ES
roots will be purchased at the
fate of $1.50 per 100 Ib. delivered) wieabamatiaidid A waiieisianaane
jat the factory, | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW The Auxiliary Schooner TIM= =
| 2. Any person intending to de- ZEALAND LINE, LIMETED OTHY A. H. VANSLUYTMAN 4
liver cassava roots to the factory (4.A NB. Tned | no ane “ait : day toe
is Tequested to notify the Direc-| 5 s. “poRT ADELAIDE” is schedulea || {entane aad) Sailin i \
tor of Agriculture, in writing not! to sail from Hobart. September 25th, | The M.V. MONEKA will nce
later than 22nd September, of the} ines ee Sih ayeeus owner nome cares Pe Passeugely doe
i . . nibne . Oth, stone tober n or ma | ica, igua, Montse’ =
Weight of roots he expects to de-| (th. Gla Soh, Brisbané October ‘witre | | neces of Kitts, Sailings Fic”
liver. | orriving at Trinidad about November day 14th instant
12.9.51.—8n. | sist and Barbados November 24th The MV CARIBBEE ~ will
- \ Th addit to general cargo th accept Cargo d Passenge for
Stadion ‘hs Miateies vessel bas ample space for chilled ana Dominica, Antigua, Montsesrat.
- a hare fro carge Nevis and St. K Sailing Fri
It is notified for general infor- Cargo "accepted: on through Bills of day abet instant :
mation that two Dan Buoys with | Lading for transshipment at Trinidad to The M.V DAERW OOD will
flag top marks have been’ placed | ##itish Guiana, Leeward and Windward | accept Cargo and Passengers for
rs a r | Islands St. Lucia, Grenada and Arubs
60 yards apart in position latitude! "RS" weiner parevlars apply Rigen Gar te eae
egrees 15’ north longitude 59| FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD, anc Date of departure to be notified
degrees 41’ west. Explosive charg-} ctaeaatl DaCOSTA & mi het BW is Doae connate:
S i 7 a. rinidad, jarbados, Ss IN; (INC)
es will be fired between these two} initia’ BW. Consignee, Tele No. 4047
pyovs during daylight hours, for
eismographic observations, Ship- | —-~ . _- pian -
ping is warned to keep clear.
12,9.31,—2n, | °
| Abcoa Steamahip Co.
ee ee é
VACANT POST OF MEDICAL 9 =
OFFICER OF HEALTH, | AL.
BARBADOS, B.W.1. | i NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE ne
: | S.S. “MARIO C” sails os ‘ September 195
Applications are invited for) —°°"M“ “he Pe cl ath Ere eee : ine slates
the post of Medical Officer ot | NEW YORS SEXVICE
Health at the Speightstown | A STEAMER sails 3st August—arrives B'dos lith September 1951 =
; ; | A STEAMER sails 2ist Se be , 2 r 195
Health Centre which will serve | as ee Bow seth September—arrives B'dos 2nd October 1961
the six northern parishes of| ‘ NEW Ol 7 —ao—- =
: . SRLEANS SERVE
Barbados, covering a population | A STEAMER sails 29th Rue neen ves see lee heroes 1951 ’
of some sixty thousand people, | A STEAMER sails 12th September—arrives B'd 27th September 1981
2. The salary of ‘this whole-| CANADIAN SERVICE
time post which is pensionable | SOUTHBOUND —
is in the scale $4,320 x 240—| Name of Ship Sally Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
$4,800 (British West Indian} ss «aicoa pEoasus September th September 10th September
dollars). Salary subject to de-| $s “ALCOA POINTER September 28th September 30th October + 1
ductions of 4% of salary under | SS. "ALCOA PELAGRIM October 12th October 15th October 25
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension | SS. “ALCOA PILGRIM’ a tt : | > IRD due Barbados September 17t Safls for St. John, N.B
Act unless wholly or partially! snd st. Lawrence River Porte - oe
exempt by membership of i ner ere tenn tees!
Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension | These vessels have limited passenger accemmodatio:
Scheme in another Government ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE, .
3. Passages up to a maximum | APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO.. LTD —CANADIAN SERVICE ~
cf $1,440 are paid on first = >
appointment. Leave passages are =
aot paid. Leave conditions are| ISON LINE
in accordance with local leave} “
regulations. | ee
| — .
4. A house allowance is paid 5 wee
at the rate of 10% of salary, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Quarters are not provided, | Se a: eee
5. Travelling allowance is | Vessel from Leaves Y
payable in accordance with the| — re Ba en
local regulations made under the|S.S. “SCHOLAR” London 25th Aug, 17th°Sept
Public Officers Loan and Travell- | 5.S. “SELECTOR” Liverpool &
ing Allowances Act, Daa in. hy sit . Glasgow 5th Sept 19th Sept
|S.S “TRIBESMAN London 13th Sept. 28th Sept
6. Candidates must hold |S.S. “SCULPTOR” Liverpool 22nd Sept. 6th Oct
graduate medical degrees, regis- |
trable in the United Kingdom} ~ SCIEN Oe nen Seance a
and must possess a Diploma in HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Public Health or other equal Closes in
qualification. A_ degree, diplom: | Vessel For Barbados
or certificate in Tropical Medicine | ae
and i ite is desirable but no.| 8.S. “NOVELIST” London 17th Sept
essential, antoeeinnreenersrewainaren ———____—_— —__ creamer cisdaltientiaiiibeas
| For further Information apply to, . .
7. Duties of the office are ppl
ascertainable by request from the
Colonial Secretary's office, but DA COSTA & co., LTD.—Agents
broadly these include port healt! Rees ae
and quarantine service, inspec- f bee eh
tion of schools, public health
education, maternal and child Book Your Orders NOW for...
welfare and other clinic appro-
priate to Health Centre service: | MANILLA ROPE
end co-operating with lo sea ve i p
government bodies on matter: i - .. Limited shipment just received
relating to sanitation and hygiene | wartenrret 2 r 2
| CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTI
8. It is proposed that four (4) |
ere aghiaee Ol aa he PIER HEAD & BROAD STREET
Sanitary spector é
these duties. aa SES SS SSS a
9. The Medicai Officer ot rn

Health would be expected to take
up duty on or about the Is
January, 1952 and applications

should reach this
than the 15th October, 1951. |
6.9.51—8n. |







office not later |

POPPE?





$
:
§
‘ ‘ : %
the Parish Church of Saint James, the | the Chairman, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings House, Barba- | —— _ SE | 3
said sum so borrowed to pe anon Sy dos, before the 31st October, 195). 8.9.51—3n | WE A BUYERS | | - %
18 annual instalments of eae RE |
commencing in the year 1952, nee | Wallnuy Aiigtiing oockéted Was a %
with interest at.a rate not exceeding 4% PI Ww aE a ND PROVISIONS | t ; i ; ;
centum pe the prinicpal | TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROU STAMPS, Sheets, Single Stamps, if a 2
sum and the unpaid balances thereof for Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the pou ae Pep raeilgy 22 oe These should be oO interest ¥
, ‘ ‘ Overs, DO ce .
[Me ated’ the 1ath Sae’ot September 1981. | three months beginning on the 1st of October, 1951, to the following CARIBBEAN ote AP SOCIETY %
| YEARWOOD & BOYCE, Government Departments: — ard floor, No. 1(, Swan St to you f ’ xy
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ERNEST THEODORE TAYLOR Yams—as available, ‘ % | ay x :
deceased ee enat ai Eddoes — as available. % PARISHIONERS = & Vvens-Single & Double >
IS HEREBY 2N that a : a ( 3 ; Ls |
Ws Sarees bt Petes debt or cisim against LAZARETTO: Sweet potatoes — approximately 400 lbs % | —~. }
the estate of Ernest Theodore Taylor , a week, delivered twice weekly as | rise ¥
deceased, late of Britton's Hill in the ordered of e , a
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Se ait cee ag tr Yams =~ as available ‘Enamel Stop Pails x
1950, are requested to send particulars o: , ;
| iesed “recllis” Augusta “taylor “and ees deg or | ST. MICHAEL = .
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after which date we shall proceed to | Concerned during each month of the period from the 1st of October to Michael will appreciate * .
Sees rail sees ra tease ving the 3lst December, 1951. | gsi % 3 :
: parties entit! o bavin . 4 7 j 4
roeare only to such claims, ef which we 3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes perae: it if all owners of Trees, % Pyrex Ware-« large assortment x :
sre luable fon the uecets or ans part {2 the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to hich: ave ‘overshanging &1 - BS
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thethot so distributed to aay person. of | reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (4 p.m. on Thurs- g which @ e ging % :
hose debt or claim we shall no ven y ‘ 5 ae os " age ‘s : ;
whos oe Sess day 20th September, 1951) ; The envelope should be clearly marked % Highways, and so shad % . %
And all persons indebted to the said | “Tenders for ground provisions. eS cos > umInum aqaucepans
| estate ert ere ahacctoep i Rea log 4. Further information is obtainable from the Prison, The Mental|% ing the rays of Street §
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Dated this 3ilst day of July 1951.
DRUCILLA AUGUSTA TAYLOR
WILLIAM WATERMAN ALLEYNE
Qualified Executors of the will
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Highlight of the evening was at Blue Water’s Terrace

Maniger of Fernand Gagnom, of South Africa anywhere in At Bank Hall

men’s game which was played at Bantamweight Champion of Can- North America for the 118 ski °
, pias Santami z é c an- N é pound (Mrs. Skinner’s Flat)
a fast pace eg as ida said Thursday he will issue title and also wants to meet the In a one day game at Bank 7 ns 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
got their first goal, the result of official challenges for the world winner of the October 23 Dado : ~RC Titer Mat nbe, f > :% advised |
a misunde(standing between giant bantamweight and flyweight titles. Marino Terry Allen flyweight title oe oe ee . o and Country eee rege aah See
custodian Stoute and team mate Gagnon wants to meet Vic Toweel match at Honolulu.—U.P. & 20908 TUN-sething en. Suns to attend Classes at the |





day a difficult proposition,

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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 14 F oO Own Correspondent) % and 15c.
oe eee’ NEW YORK, Sept. 14. (From Our Own Corres orbs il C
All honours went to the visiting Barbados water polo ppitain’s Randy Turpin iaset GEORGETOWN, Sept. 12 % AT HOME Pencil Cases 72c. & $1.20
team as the Annual Intercolonial Tournament between wait in the line for a_ third titl THE SWETTENHAM CUP for Rifle Shooting was 8 D NCE : heed ge. &@
Barbados and Trinidad got underway at the Trinidad Yacht bout with Sugar Bay Robinson if donated. by the late Sir JameaAlexander Swettenham, a A Exercise Books Pencils .... 4¢., 5c., 6c., 9c.
‘ oc : y after 2 § olor _ni e iddleweight Champ’s Man- _ Cs . c , 33 ‘
Lae eee ome sg 8.30 o'clock to-night. ager George Gainford has the former Governor of British Guiana (1901—1904) and is TO-NIGHT 15th SEPTEMBER, 1951 Single Line ........ Se., 10c.
cutee tn Gefeating Kine Fic), Ly Gill, Stoute played to Gill who right dope. competed for annually between Jamaica, Trinidad, Barba- at his residence | HILd. ROAD Slate Pencils, box .... 48c.
the wide margin of eight goals to ore. back to Stoute and the ball can tees danas ae the dos, British Honduras and British Guiana. It is controlled ADMISSION: Gents 2/- Ladies 1/0 Exercise Books
love while Barbados men took ‘!!pped into net. ‘ ; varity defence fc. PY British Guiana. ‘ —— Music by Mr. Sydney Niles’ I aiissccseicsinos ; :
pees mtn Fai ceed Giants a Half time found the score four ™mid December charity defence for Like the Martinez Shield, the ° Orchestra Sq -. 10e Each ........ Hteewene reece le.
ieeding. team in the Trinidad Dl in favour of the visitors, two ae Beer ae Sua York's Swettenham is a postal shoot. and Pompey Wins Betigeaaeme eS eos ‘i
é team i ide or aa 1. : adison Square Garden 5g al s ; 5.9.51—In .
league. by Ince ete one by Geoffrey we - Meare CaeNe participating Colonies have until LIVERPOOL. Sept. 14 Math. Sets ................ $1.44 Compasses, Each ...... 24e.
Final score Barbados five, Ocean aon esd zoe a forcing game After that it will be Rocky ee 15 to shoot off. Con- Yolande Pompey if Trini iad SOCCCCOSCCOOCOOSCI.
Giants two. TT aa. . Graziano in Chicago or Detroit, ditions, however, differ slightly See * Pa : «is i
aad ob Gat $60 epeotatih Manning Out Laurent D’Authuille in Paris, and from the Martinez. It is over wt rime a of Drawing Books 12c., 27c. Dividers ........ sates
jammed the Yacht Club, takin Soon after the interval, Man- then Turpin in a third Robinson— three ranges, 200, 500 and 600 Tor ta ; oe nocked out IF YOU ARE
every advantage of the ning scored the fifth goal for the Turpin scrap in London next red Ww a the Martinez has an Rath ak kaa ee ae ree Memo Books 8c., 15c., 36c. Pencil
he gg hij visitors afte ring » Giants June is in the works with Jack additional range - 300 rd: a Sree
.ccommodation. Their highpower- Visitors after luring the Giant M e ° ) yards, 1. Pe : ;
ed ‘flood light: and : brigl t mien custodian from between the up- Solomions, _ British Promoter y= poet ; ae are shot» VanaeseG Pied wound up in hospital with A Pens i ee Lorene ee
illuminated the murky waters of Tights. Ocean Giants fought back are ag it up for the White City Siaee taste preee and the possible rib a atten oie aa SOI tise actiaunonaip Ui datiasl 6e.
‘ ns . . . , da é . aan s earlier g- Stac n ghest Ssible score per man is * ; J . " ey + Book
the Yacht Club and a strong tide 2nd Gill made up his earlier mi Nothin lefi > ye a lf i f came in the third round of a StOGOPREE PER 00! |
> = oe one ith Not gz is definite yet but its a 15, and 840 for the whole te; \ » 4B4 4 : . .
swept downfield throughout the ae a Baasing Weatherhead witb | tral otter the sell out crowd ‘ ; le team. scheduled 10 —(C.P.) Fountain Pens 60c., 72c. Bags .... $2.69, $4.25, $3.02
game. a scorcher. 51 97 ¢ 70 ne Po ast year Barbados won ji , n { e199 «@ ~ one
SOAs dane: Shenatner wen wenn of 61,370 th a « Waclaee the Polo pitish Galan eas won it thoes saaaaaamanaeaaananaaa’ e $1.20, $1.32, $2.96, $3.60 s ; }
Looked On mut of the water for a major foul, vate. ‘ won Pray points, Jamaica was second with Messrs. CARL DEANE & HUBERT | wy "AT Wi THIS Exercise Books with
Barbados ‘ladies let down bar- and Giants seized the opportu- “ ‘The pounding Turpin took from 757 points, British Guiana third See te sonsien than eiinge thes m aba Rulers............ 4e., 6¢., 14e. $
bega Hunte, Mary Knight and pity with an extra man in th€ gugar Ray Robinson in New York With 749 and Trinidad last with swing to the inclemency of the SPACE Hard Covers ............ 72¢.
Marion Taylor while skipper Pat- water. Smith, outstanding player Wednesday night is nothing to 693. British Honduras did not} weather on Sept. 2nd., 1951 Pen Nibs 1
terson, Maurice Foster and Del- for Giants, swam the ball across what he will get from the British Shoot. THE DANCE ‘ TS eens Rate wy
bert Bannister also watched their the half line and took a shot. jncome tax collector. 8 ——— Guiana shot for the which was to be held on that date x = q
eam vr ~ from th nie t . re ra »Iped wettenham Cu Se ¢ will be held at
im mates f the pier I Acqui at centre for ward help a sasles in Gales bes tk aan p on Saturday euGie Eine COMER CLUS, x Crayons, per box 18e.
expected that these six playe the ball into the goal to make the 3 ast. ST. JOSEPH $ a and 30c
will turn out for the visitors in the nal score 52 in favour of Bar- Put young Randy put his gleam- No news has yet been received (Kindly lent by the } ement) 9 PUBI AC =
test tomorrow night bados ing new middleweight crown on from Barbados about the Martin- SATURDAY NIGHT SEPT
t > * q . re a y . y J . * “ , 95 i
Speed of ihe Barbados "the match was broadcast over he Une fOr not much more than ez Shield whic is controlled v1 sunsnox: cits eatin Us NOTICE “wen Seh
dies was the chief upset of th radio Trinided and tomcrrow’ a " J 7 i s 1 10Wn. Music b , y 3 + 4 ¢ ogo
The Chand r si ; aah vil Wie ts c arried pal â„¢ a bene the C ar age whether Jamaica as a result of the; i Gechento. ha $1.20 & $1.44
; “ 3 , 4 Z al inlanc revenue—"Mr. 3lood recent hurricane was able to takei Dancing from 9 p.m, to'3 a.m.
Jean ll we in tl t on o id 9 metre « ” . 3
tt an Jear cea ie 000 “U >. 31 and 90 exre Sucker” to rueful Britons—have part in either the Swettenham or| 4 64 Mrs. MARIA CARLOTA
getting a . vee a ] . applied their tight formula, Ran-° Martinez shoots. t FOSOOOOO DONO GONSALVES ens me
ve goa o her credit and dy’s cut of $207,076 probably will : te s

Left arm slow bowler G. Sober; above Residence.

of Kent routed the City Colts with
econ ourse ene HE. Corbin of Barrows also tured
H. Corbin of Barrows also turned

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@ From Page 5, there is still plenty of leeway t j : four for 10. No City Colt player
make up and no room for con- “It is the purpose of this course reached double figures and the
1 development was only for placency, it is also true that pro- to direct the womanhood of the team was bowled out for 43 | P
nat we thought fit to describe as gress can be seen in many direc- island along this path. It is to ~~ bes -~
“The Servants.” tions e.g. in health, nutrition, in Make life more abundant for all The Country Colts, led on
“We have shed this limited the lowering of the incidence of and if it is true that the level frst innings by 17. Hope took
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usterity of outlook and are now infant mortality, in the material reached by the community is the

; five for 25. Gibbons bagged three
building up our community life on used for and the style of clothing, level reached by its women, there 88

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the postulate that all knowledge or emphasis being laid on comfort ¢an be no doubt that as one batch i tickets . . . ARBADOS.
skill that is essential for the well- rather than on custom or conven- Of girls after another goes out Lae yell ta i â„¢

being of the community is worth tion. from these classrooms, equipped i J EGIMENT
acquiring without consideration of “From my own knowledge of With the new powers that this] Of the 53 scored by the Coun- . RE a
class, and that a blending of intel- conditions in our sister islands, I course will give, life will indeed try Colts, P. Graham of George RNIMAN Ss SPORTS CLUB
20 activities wit yractical say ‘bados ew oe re ¢ a re dy. a 1ade 17.

lectual activities with practical can say that Barbados is not be- be more abundant for everybody.” | Park made 1 ;

arts enriches the life of the in- hind in any way in these improve- He then declared the course The first Country vs. City First
dividual in every way. And so we ments and in taking this course Open and wished the teachers, as|mateh takes place on September

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courageous pioneers who in spite favourable position and pleasure from and in the|pank Hall. \ NNU AL
of criticism and scoffing when- ‘ course, ln liania gti anseeiiii oe aisle a
ever new ground is being broken, Intensive Course Mrs. H. A, Vaughan then moved 7 i
persisted in bringing about a “The course is fairly wide but 4 vote of thanks after which some Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains? D A N¢ E
change in outlook is also quite intensive, In the or- of those attending took a look at ‘ shoe
“Bear in mind that something #aniser you have a capable and the work done on the previous six Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
is being given to you at little or enthusiastic head and she has the month course At
no cost in money to yourselves. support of equally devoted in- and —
You have only to make the ne- structgrs. It may interest you to THE DRILL HALL
cessary effort to master the les- hear that since this centre was s. a e
sons. The community is giving established in 1946, nearly 5,000 W “ c
you; you accordingly owe some- young women like yourselves have hat 8 On > ; er Dancing from 9 p.m.
thing to the community, You passed through its doors, going Toda : ~ y, ti ‘ a
are being made a more useful out bepter equipped to carry out y Admis: 3/6
citizen not merely for your own their ,duties in cottage, mansion, : > ta ‘lub e,
sakes, but in order to enable hotel, guest house, school or club. Barbados Camera Clu Ta \\ _
vou to pass on the knowledge That will give you an idea of the Exhibition at the Bar- \ Dress Informal
and skill you acquire to others. amount of work put in by the or- eae Museum 10 a.m. You will feel Sloan's doing you
If vou have not a full realisa- ganiser and her assistants. You 4 = re ood at once. It acts quickly — = e e
tion of your duties in this re- Will have to work hard if you Shooting BRA. at Govern- ’ aa ative 9
: Oa ality ; Saati hos ment Rifle Range 300 and soothes and comforts and dr
spect there is something wrong wish to qualify for the certificate © g
with your outlook to the preju- Which will be given to those who 000 yards 1 p.m. out all inflammation, For FOoOoD BAY STREET
dice of your value as a citizen ag eg mdgpee | complete the course, The fifth oo - a LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN ON THE PACKET.
< ‘ e f pers ; . It deals with everything that the second Division cricke , yy r
and your need of personal hap r 2 e )
piness. There is a great deal of 4verage woman, w hether house- begins at the various PROTEC TION a
shallow thinking to-day, current wife or unmarried, should know, grounds at 1 p.m, .
even among those on whose edu- from the correct way to pin the Police Band at the Drill niment Use i
cation much time and money eae a ee on proper way Hall, Garrisen—Dance in { ' : |
have been spent in regard to this °F feeaing the brute, aid of Regimental Sports From all Shed. ;
matter of the relative weight to It goes a fair way towards Fund 9 p.m. ; chemsts and th {
be given to public and private enabling you to achieve that CINEMAS OP canarias es a ae ee ee M
interest epitome of feminine virtues mak- wnvt . Wedding” f
e 1 . % s. mpire: “Emergency
cuts, Not Duties fae tar tn bentot wetaan w= | "UO" eumatism, Ankles Pu seipciepc
“The tendency is to stres cribed in a book of wise sayings, Olympic; “Duel In The Sun” and v v e CLE W F
rights, pot duties: what is due to of Which I cannot refrain from ‘Portrait Of Jennie” 4.30 and . . ° , > IN SHOES
us: not what is due from us. Does quoting you a few passages : ae W ikcete wal A ackach n ? This Pure and Hygienic Foil
not the consciousness that you She seeks wool and flax and Boulevard” 4.45 and & 30 p.m v a SAVES F
made some contribution to the works willingly with her hands. Aquatic: ‘Treasure Island” 5 and he Sealer ad ane ee at in ea a s Ss ooD
well-being of others give a feeling She brings food from afar. She gaat; pete Island” and “A Nights, or suffer from Dissiness, Warvauee Doctors’ recoris wore thar Eon een TIME and WORK GIRLS’ AND
f satisfaction which forms no pert pang om when it is yet night venk' ae Werke” Abana: 6:18 Rite Rackache, Les Pains, Swollen Ankles, + No Benefit—No Pay BOYS’ SHOES—Brown, Black or
of the inner experience of those and gives meat to her household p.m Raiden te Loca 04 makbste niet fait cia eee The very first dose of Cystex goes rfght i lg noe ec White:
who have merely collected what and a portion to her maidens. Globe: “The Frogmen’ 5 and fore your time, Kidney. Trouble is the true | to Work helping vour Kidneys remove ex ‘ a s
they regarded as due to them” She perceives that her merchan- 815 p.m, cause. - intanan Again: Rica Gael ece ce ; Sizes 7—10...... $3.75
That is, I believe what Hay bad dive is good. Her candle goes over nofonae and arinks, worry. colds cr | mieera that Gyatex will sutiaty vou com — : i
in mind when he described teach- not out by night. She lays her and place a heavy strain on your kidneys | P! i A RET to tty one money 1 1 ( » ll—? » 4.75
ing as the most richly rewarded hands to the spindle and her so that they function poorly and need help | entirely sfied just return the. empt ll JASON JONES 8 ‘
profession in the world, All socia hands hold the distaff. She is fo property tet sous Dicuss Spe ciaiataws packag get your money beck, 7 NY » 3— 5 5.25
improvements in the West Indies not afraid of the snow for her YESTERDAY’S es eaten (s mn-tex) conte littl t chemists ; ;
must be directed more towards the household, for all her house- )Help Kidneys Doctor's Way you, so buy your treatment today Kk CO. LID } GYM BOOTS—White, Brown or
eee ne a a ical hold are clothed with .carlet WEATHER REPORT iblany doctors have discovered by scien- for ’ ’ | Black: :
womanhooc ian to the physica She makes herself coverings of FR 74 f tific clinical tests and in actual practice KIDNEYS } ;
. 2 in kee , wi , . , OM CODRINGTON that ick and » way to hel » kid- TY
oe ‘ ae = oe oo tapestry, her clothing is silk Rainfall: .94 in heys clean out excess Poirons ae acti bo BLADDER cI { Sises 10 — 2...... $2.00
this principle that so much a and purgle. She makes fine Total Rainfall for Month to with a scientifically prepared prescription | The GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM !
tion is being given to the diffusion linen and sells it and delivers : ren PLPLOLOL PEEP OPEL PPE A LLLP PAPA INF ' ” 3— 5.... 2.15
of greater knowledge, skill and irdies to merchasit. She date: 5.11 ins. ro x ODS 99DS GES SPPODOPOOIO
sapacity for judgment among tht S = ce nae Highest Temperature: 84.5°F SIN 8 ‘s Ct Bois OS
capacit) JGR TS , tn looks well to the ways of her ona ‘ 5°F >| >
people, for as these assets are in- household and ats not th Lowest Temperature: 73.5°F s Vi P A pP. ah. >» xis 7 neg) ’ T x Bri ;
creased, the non-human assets ar¢ Sonen ri e Wind Velocity: 8 miles per IO i any cop e rerer ..- Xi | »~ ring your children in for an
Apr aA bread of idleness. These are hour x xy i x
improve 7 2 .
“We are already reaping some some of the ideals of Hebrew Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.959, y x x a expert fitting.
shite tint of hehe deavour's culture which since they can 3 29.876 9 Lys °
of the fruit of these endeavour : - ‘ (3 p.m.) 29.876 ot 1 .
The standard of living is rising hardly be improved upon, will x x 8
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lATVRIlW si l-TI'MIIHR IS. 151 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARRAOOS ADVOCATE 'llMOM ISO! %  ":?"?.„: i\\oixi;jK.\T n eeU M M cewta Sa"dopt 14 teo-da — Mr M wda 1 rente • iroX uea*—4 ceMa leoed 0* Samrfa,,!. PAG1 IMS TAKE NOTICE HOUSES -Ml % %  KeMrr. OBl* -ft-. 4 p I 1111 for I D i r. wbwca I *uie ol Tei IN MRMORIAM %  %  %  %  %  Hubert Holder BrolhrT llorerr Hirlr %  Step-eon| | GOVERNMENT NOTICE liruilMfcM OV DK!CATK>N Vmmmttm in the Bi— rt iri TwiiilM wi.f I %  •xpirii : UM Head %  Sf Thomas' Ci*i Is" School Tin' minimum pi the Cer1 I UkS I" part men t %  %  %  accordam with thi%  Scale f> Head Tamelwn In Grade i Bt> Behoota. r %  tides (now %  All othci application on the %  ppropriat* form erbit | ; rtmeni -if Idu I be enclosed In \l>l>|ntmrnU Board" In the lop left h and mual ir-'partincpit i I • v Satunl September. 1951. Candidate are %  i-i.r.i IHJI Manraaahkf mi> lead u, Hi.-> ihnnWaatf—. i iqj|. I Oil Sill Mwlniim ((Mrs* (Hi Tj c^U aa -•ma*.* !• .wdj — H,, -, .*de i cm. a b rd wee*—a (e-ua s >*• %  Snadopi. tenant Fu.ni.hrd Houer. Upper "pay St Opposite Vachl and Aouauc Club. All rooter* eonveeu-^, Appa, oo PMHN '• W lomrr __ " "" ... rjJ ;-,:,;',';"',7'^';; • "<-i.. !" %  MS BraeeSftl tit W Bail— n P.—a AL'TOMOTIVh SrOSmn DOWN. Top Rock havmj ) badrooma with connectina toilet and b-lh modern kitchen and 1 rr -.araaee. bavin* all modern ronvrnirneee Rented fumMhed or imluimiwi on long Uaaa Oabort Irrni Apply Ralph Heard Un Ba> l Phonr 4SS1 14 Si In WAKTKI1 IIKI.P anted ai Uw R. •almello Si reel %  I thread realm*i laapiiiiiali I II b. .-..HUN hi IjrSL !" —* %  "*' oa* me*iih riai •am* irwn ahi.il m UM eae.ntim, i>, : .plicate to me ai m. o*V* %  ..-...3 i IT5IITII' T. ueeK ..*i* ran be aeee, on application I mV •*•' I Doled th* Mth day of AuiuM. 1| I M WlU.lAMH. I la S M-fc. "*•'*"" "' %  *" utniuiacto HALDM Ooeda Depl Orual lo I -'rrrad R M alla*.l ftaaai J *nrl IS P 1 I .mall Hotrl !*-.;..-. •. poalUoa >n Barb*d 1 n MISCELLANEOUS BARBADOS (IVII SHV1CI ASSOCIATMN A.I %  Iin Hoap 11 T P-: .. I| ( .|i W A U.^i P Dpl Pott oaicr lahihouar> Cuawaaa. PuPltc HarHrt and oihrr. no! ritMWom are aakad lo -IWnd a aporul MrMlna lo bo hold ai iho Tevn Mall •n (Ut.rd.* iut in.x al l p „ RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain Is often needless. DOI i IN. %  asji <^r~ -t liiilaiiad Mas* W p"daw i.. %  ysaptoaas i 'dr. i ..i... in. patAaUauaaeal p Irul ri. oai BMtabock i.n*-.-— %  whwh ..r.. M pori ...r I H |..l ,!.. llw cuordiMtpd BCIMM ..i n. rombuuuun <>i .... WMIKNMIM MIIIIJS ins inert iii. HI IMlMIN h. br4>n te.l.^1 ihon.HK i IM u** mllaai Phonr .• Al I .-..-. %  ia SI HI VI A KM Ml LOST WANTID TO III OIJ> KfWINli MACHINV .. i-*d pr^n paid Appl> to Mr Vaufhn, .1 ....! 1 %  . si,,,,. 11 7 II IH-III^ pri-aa riU.I Li do) Loi %  I ...ur i-'llow auftVrvrx wild ag I instaaa I u TAKE NOTICE ll^H condlUon. CAR* |M (,,„, Mmri ppor Sahwri. IOM milnp a.W IT I condition 1SS8 Ford Prrfrrl. t ra^unabla pri,r Ukfn^"" ** d "' Ur '*" •'*"• ,B M l*U Ford VI Tourr. Suitabl* % %  nuking Fta-k-up Chapp la** Morn. 81* Saloon FOMT KQVAL I.AKA<;E LTD. TVIaphon* 4304 t.S.51—la IILKCTRICAL 1-1 Hl.ll KALES Ha# jp wrk-dayi • Una u* 5una p *. SS pa va*k-am a > LIVESTOCK CA4J CaU Dial ; HEAL ESTATfc Ul M %  a In aood> i. %  %  %  Han, '.tr .Morai IVprUaUlf Drport' i i -a.x MECHANICAL i wparatr 3 i.ll.m 1 I Enimr. ronditior Iriirr or in prraon I rh. S! pptpr DUSK—Oi.a Boardrd and Shm K i,,i %  a, araaaiaaiii nr.-. so n with l-rttol and Kitchan No rmnonabtr f ratuaed Apply TIMOTHY MOB. !• %  i % %  ... -r I,-.14 • 51—Sn MISCEIJ-ANEOirs l-AND *'. Acrn ol l-ind al Blark I Roi-k Idoal for dovHopinrnt Appl*' Frrd Carmicharl FhOM MAS 1* a 31 3i> CHINA %t arj la h romplotr. uriuard Olbba Br-ach. SI 14 S Jl-Sn ItOt'SK— Or* Hoard and %  hu. nnti*. In food condition lor Mir 111 lAppl. to Mra OlM Holder. Endra< %  at, SI John B W I II a SI CAM TYKES. Uno*ad Brrpourman MO 1 J ootara and | Phonr Laach SMC S.t M jn S.lon. M... Oil I IM II SOI AIVIIIS Giru. Owl—, JrrU Antiqum. Ivory, Silk* Etc.. Eic.. Be. TBAWrS I'r. Hm. Hn. V4, -.: i. .: 3IG6 REAL ESTATE JOHN Ki. Ill 1IIOS iCO. A F S.. F.V A. FOR SALE -I...I lona valla and - ba*rh and |ood ulr bathina Thr hoaa> Rpj 2 kknaj l.vln roonu. 4 brrlDtl Ihr m.or' IV-.r -.Mi •imllar accommodation on %  round floor In Our opinion Into laajinnas it I i in -i |•. %  -i,i,#ba lantlali. I..nil ma %  I %  low on ihr brow p| tinarToMlna' llnr \ ,rw ..f tlna %  S "WlNOY Wii.LOWaProapact. Si Jamaa Unfurni.hrd houw ON coart, with J brdroomi. lo I '„ rrlor.Hli-. % %  n.1 uai pa %  .••-.' %  "X KIHrlnl ION .. n. ilmma room. Inn. 3 RENTALS ..AM II M | COITM.I REAL ESTATE AGENTS AITTIOVEFRR and SI RVEVORS PLANTATIONS RMLDINO Phone **• IINT TABIJT^I -Hrcomiocndrd hi|hl> lor OarpllnB in raaaa ol Sore Throat. Tonalllli. rtr KNIUHTS Ltd %  lllimil JIM UM mint homa ll um dairutnd Ihr hnl at BV4 I PSaal, pmw appral and haart •Ppaal Thi. altractivr proprnv at.-ind liitf on II ol an acrr. atonic BBI Hal Anil iranv ..thrt rrtlaa and Wuin All OALVAMaBK) lfXTS—. 7. 1, I l*rle* cannot ba bralan, a Ho i ra c rtHM Ml i.fii Talaphonr lor a data lo H liinf comlort EllONY RBAI.TY' A — COMM.SSION AGINCY. M.irhlll Sltrt. i"d ni-i saoi is a si—in l !" K,T ?_ Fo ;, thrW 9" k "'" [sTRATIrCLYDE. St Mlchaal Thr • omforublc carry-all with „ IUM Uri(U ^ rn( ,„„„. ,,.,., „ andlr. .on.ainlna I pi Vacuum %  >.„„,, nd comp.lw. Cluaad faller, i ^ 1 .. 'I" !" "' !" r *" d *hM *• 'drj-irnt and dlnlna roomi. kitrhrn Ar t N* H m. i.ith Mndwlrh tray a 1 Saw at G W Hulchinaon LM and Tha Modrrn Draaa '" %  %  %  is a si *.. FOOT CUSHrONR Hrn.n.d 1 Di AUKI.OR Thrar cu.hion. can I' %  iaad KNKiiiT I i III RBCORDSJu*t racriv .."1^ I. I..4 Kll.h'in-' rr CONM in and makr ran FOGAHTY II LH>H I M'RANOX DF.NTl*Rr CLJCANKM Tt. brat method ol rlcanlnf Fain* Tmh KNIQHTl IJd ]4 a Ji_Sr TOI'CH mi.lW J„.| trcr-lvrd Flangr %  '•" I' S A Ton-h Udhta to Bt (til. S call ..nd rrli light. I3c each %  ..I I td TAKE NOTICE POSTUM (UNCauU, FOODS OOIWOM' TION a corporation njppnj al thr StaU of Drlawara. I'nltod Stales ol America, whoae trade M addraa* la 240 Jrh Avenue. I'm and Slate ol New lurk. U S A aaa npplird lor the ..I a trade marK In Part "A" al aavaal rood, eon• lallncr of enlnr wheel, mailed and %  •".all per cent a* purr moUweacere„i looda conalatinH ol wiw^t t .nd molarae. flavourlni rvtract lor non-alcoholic brvrrnae*. "'"'"' m-lrrUI for loodi. lood brv.:..Ki".ii,|>,„nfl.. ....1 .ill Ii. anUlled |.i rci-tcr Ihr MIIKallar I traaa Ihr Ulh day ol Seplembrr IWI unleaa wane peraon ahall In tl.r .nr.ntui.. (Iv c notK* in dupllr.nr to me al i.v .•Slce ol oppo.it Ion of men reaiitratl' Ihr i—de mark can be atari on appllcaW.i. day o( Auauat IHI Itcal.tri i ...i. M TAKE NOTICE POND'S :is F.XTHAtT niMPANV. a corporation oriiimard in UM Delaware. USA. wnnee Irado or bual.^-. BSOraai la SO Hudaon Slreet. New Yoik U StaU ol New York. Unite.) sutea ol America, has applied lor the .•I %  Irade mark In Part A ol Hr|itl'r In rr.prct of tollrt and i-lvitli particularly ii'imi li.r Ihr iklu. .kin lir.hrr.ri. lac* powder. "n lunrd fn.iiid'lion .ir.d Irr^ powder. .-ii-tiiiC powder talcum pow.l. o .He. preparation to b.' applied to thr to ii. a make-up baae or found*lien and paper tluuri adnptrd fit ir%  i aim -km craaaaa, lor uw a. nandkrrchlefi Oeaar n aaa n t Wa*ti h .pr-tion any day. eaeepl S.inda>. b. appoint mn 11 *>lth Mrs MaynanS Adder. Dial JBTP Thr property will be eel up lor ml* b< public competition al our ofhec. Jamea Slrrrt Bri.l|rtowii. on Fridav SHh SepAUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER SHOP CHAPtX ST O THUrtSDAY the Wth -e will tr. >nr Bhap llMildln* with > ra pahs %  n-r .i < i apat rad I Street.. Prifl.ll NOTM'CM Taw c*H per opal* I and It cenli per opole mlnHFium rhorpa (I and II 89 on San>'aui u-erk-daut i. r. I in NOTICE rvBKii (ii -r IOHS rom the lIHh lo fftth September the office ol the Parochial -TT will be opened on Saturday. IT S PRASEH. Oovernmeni Flour FHCIOM al Lunrusler ittposkKl t.. op iGoveniment Flour H Uancanier (Or .. Bhotl partod baKhiiiiii K on Tuesday tad 11, for the purpint). o* |catVHl| and proeeaaiiijr cassava ri"-;* The roots will be purchased al cturale of SI 50 per im ll> fJtUvfjrad al the (ait nv 2 Any person ITIICIUIIII-; l*. deIivei cassava n>..' iequcTled I,. noUf) th. I in. or of Agrtculttire. in wining not ater than Itad Saplambar, ol the weight ..f roots ha tspactp u. ds> Uver. 12 9 || 3n Thai WILL EA.UIPMF.NT M, -.nd.r thr U. ol the St*i. . r. atdraaa i. M] n, min „ n the reglitratlon ol a trade m-ik in I pull., block*, pipai. aivd flltlna;.. |hn b* entitled to rrnutrr thr earn" atUi .>1 jnleH Mime peraon aball •<*. mi oince ol i>i l>.i*. .i • %  "ppoaiiion ol euch rpai nv oftV* >th da> ol Aufu.t itai COMPOSIATIOM, .. co>p.natlon otsaii i. Viillrd bi..tc of A I..n... whoao trad. et. llouaton. Tcvaa. US A I.,., applied lor in A ol Reamer in raapeel of pipe uawni .' %  -in %  i'im •!• -" %  %  i" .--i i. raj ami iiete month from the IJth d i.f September meaniime five notice in duplicate lo m. iitration The trad* mark ran be aeer GOVERNMENT NOTICES THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES. BRITIS GITANA AMI BRITISH IIONDHBAR The Governments ol the above-named Colonies have iw.ul established n Re fi tonal Economic Committee with hesdquarte office of the Comptroller fui U.v.l..pimnt and Welfare In the HM Iirlien !' %  PlHinary function, of UM Cnmmntcc are to act as an sdvuOIJ ami consulUUva body to UM paHlelpaUni governments in ..... nomle mattera. and to anumc axeeutive end financial control of ;. British Caribbean Ti.ul, Cuiuiu^ioner Service in ihe United Kingdom and Canada The CORunlttaa now iDVluaj applications from luitably qualilked persons for the following potts— 1 EJ. utkH S> ftary lo the Rcolr.nal Economic CommiMrv —at an annual •alary of .ilmut l: 2 500. CandidMes for this post should have a wide interest in and sound knowledge of West Indian afTalm They should possess hi ;h iiu.duications and experience in posts of comparable character, adequat.academic qualinrations In economics or commerce, and have held appointments demanding .in.I i NOTICE r. hrrrbv liven thai II I* IIo* ihe Va.trv of Ihe pariah ol Saint J..i.r> to raua.. to br Inlroduced Into the UaJalatUta of Ihla I.Und a Bill aarihorfcv Ina the aald Ve.lry to borrow a mum ol naiifv not %  ceer l 'ng S4 S3* PB In be uaed in replacing the r of i.f III the Pariah Church of Saint Jamr.. Ihr aald turn *u borrowed to be repaid IS II annual Inatalntenla of SMO OS each IB Ihr r*ar INS. toprAhrr j ith intereal at a rate nol eacrrdinn 4 lal rasponaiblllly was initiative government apt 2. Assistant iYrreiarij (Siat^itrid.i I —at an annual salary of about E 1.500. CandldaU | Lblp post should posses* a recognised %  tion in itatisttM nd admlniatratlve experience in dealing with economic and commercial matters. The Assistant Secretary will be responsiblefor presenting statistical material relating to trada and commerce for the work of We Commit tee and It* membeir 3. Trade Commissioner in ihe lT.iir.fd Kingdom M %  salary of about C1500 per annum plus a representslion aleawaSaN o( C1.BO0 per annum. Ca-vlldntc< should have wide experience of the West Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility in the Held of trade and commerce cither in business or fovment. Thty should preferably have experience of dealing %  Trial policy, eg trade negotiations etc. 1'i.f. I.!... prill be given to candidates having wide contacts with Had. and gin.trni.ent nr;anisatloiis in the United Kilig4 AssiatatU Trade Cimin.nsi'iner m (he United Kiiiudom D annual salary of about K 1.320 in the first place plus a represssUalion pilpwanea of 1500. The main burden ol the day-to-day work of the London office will fall on this officer. Candidates should therefore possess a sound knowledge of office organisation snd admln|ltrati*a expeticnci in dealing with matters of trade ind commerce. ODiXRAL The Committee reserves ihe right to (111 any post by invitation if no -uital.le p^gdleaUoiM an n,. iv.d Salaries of the posts will be in Ihe region of the BgUrC] staled but otlWf t. nn< ol service (e.g. leave, passage and pension entitlement • have >et t*> le determined. The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration In these matters to appoint* •< vriOl exeeptn.nal quaUateatloni The Commllti. prO| lo make these appointments In November. IB51. and application', containini full detail* of candidates' education, qualifications ami exiierience, together with supporting documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach the Chairman. Regional Ecoiiotni. Committee. Ilastlngi House. Harhados. before the 31st October. 19M B9 5I 3n t ho-piulrind clinic*. It Li %  In x..l the .nguiah of in.my %  aass ol Mini -tiifneaai nd esirem. pun S... .... pap, Hi. SOOSkSI FCMI use DOLC'IN, tha ao-.m r your ..niilit ...ii ma> Inmipro..d Y.I nOI.CINe.-t. vwrv lit11. li.tii t...I,, lOOurecioui •• %  I only SOU If: BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG STORES LTD. SHIPPING NOTICES Neseaf* to Mariners It la notified for general InfOFniatiiHi that two Pan BUD] %  arijtl flag top marks hove U-en placed 50 yards apart in position latitude 13 degrees 15' north Ion | daajnpg 41WM | Rxpimivi, barges will be fired bei buoys durim; daylight hour, fm Sei smog ra phi e obawvatlotll Slupplni || prarnad t.> kaap clear. i*T9 3i Sn %  ulna %  ;ui and ll.ie-,|.. N,.,.„a... ptth to amr-ml „ mi. ..--.I b -n.fir apace Im rhIUad and %  IT.IIl.h . I I. land. For further pamclar. apply rVBMKBa. WITtn CO ITU • I I %  %  II U I II U I I Am. %  rtw M v DASeVPOOO II %  %  % %  B W I HCHOONKR OVTNlnS ASSk lATD e. L|p t'.in.iiiirr. Tela No IMT \ \t \N I l.ls| ol M! MM M OFFN'EK OF HEALTH BARBAIHIS. B.W.I Applications .ir.,:.vit,,l the post of Medical Ott'u. Health at the BgHdfhtstown Health Centre which p the six notlhein pu tH Barbados, covering a population of some sixty thousand people 2 The salary of this wholelime pout which is pensionable I iin the scale $4.3l'0 x 2*0 *4.soo (British we>i Indian % %  Uau I lal irj M.b|..-t i i ,ie ductlous of *' %  Of salnrv nuclei Widows' and Hi phans' |Y'i: ion Act unless wholly Of parlial.lv; • xempt by ntenilKTship of Widows' and Orphan Pi a Scheme in another t i..\ei r.mer.i 3 Passages up to a maximum f $1,441) tra i..... t on llr-t appointment Lstava passages are ...>t paid Laava eoHlttOM ar idanca with local leavi regulations. 4, A house allowance i a* Ihe rate of 10% of Quartan tra not provided 5. Travelling allowance ,. '..i.i.II. .... .1 danea with thi local regulations made under tl Public Officers I,oan and Travell ing AlUiwances Act. 6 Candidates must hoi t I ,'raduate itutln ... Irable in Ihe Unite.) Kingdon and must possess %  Uiplorii.i In Publk Health ,a other equal 1 qualMcation. A da g raa, dipiom or certificate in Tropical Hi and Hygiene is desirable but m. es--ntl.il. Duties of the oil,..... aacertamable by request from UM Colonial Sectet.u> s ortice. I.nl bioadly thfiIIK1U.IIp..it ln.,ll and i|uar.-iniini aarvp... InspM tion of schools, public ntl Mli education, maternal and chilo waUare god other eUnic appro prlate lo Health Centre service: nd co-operating with loca cut bodies on mutter lelating to ran I tat Kn and hygiene Mcoa, ^""u^PCo. A STCAMKB ...l. ) A WTCAMKR u .i. ll.t gapl ^S. VOtth, ftlQaVlGV %  A STKAMFW ...1. irth Rap..,, ... ;ih p^.^b,, %  -. i in % %  ND CANADIAN AERVICE Mi ..A %  1 M %  n\ %  iUXM ". %  !-. 1 1 1 1 .1 ..M. Oetab. %  %  SXCOA IM.KIVI .1 %  . II. .. ,.... KIIRI'Kr THIIM LTD. NEW TOBB AND (HIP SHVIO. AFI-I.V--IM 10TA A CO I.TO —CANADIAN HEKVU.I HARRISON LINE 01 TtVAHIi FROM THE I Mllll KINCHOX from Latadon Uvarpool u Glasgow I .11 In lull Leot-es Mlh AUK. H. iP l £ d... i;thVKr Bth s.^pt |fM| Sand Sept .. IIOME1VARII I OK IHI I Mill) KIMilH.M PM (a Harhuifoi V Fir idol, TF.NDKKS FOR TIIK SLI'PLY OF CROUNIl PROVISIONS ,."in'"c beTni'^'inJ'* 1 "'"" nc 0 ''" Tenders ore Invited for tht .upply of ground provisions for the Dated uw lath day of September last thrce months beginning on the It of October. 1951. lo Ihe following VKARWOOD a BOVCB. I Government Departments: — • i,. rapw HpllsaaUt ISM unlaea aonir peraon .haU %  %  -.,.. pupMrou to ma at my nlUn of oppoaltlon of inch The trade mark can be lean on application at my office Outer) thi. 30th day of Au'nil ISal II wnj.iAMs. niglBllBI (H Tri.de Mark1.1 9 Bt -Sn for thr Ve*li> of Saint Jai THE PARRY SCHOOL re.open, on Monday Thr Parry School H. It la proposed th i' (out Public Haalth N Sanilary In.spectoi w i'l gld these duties. I NOV1 | |, for further Inform a U.IH ipp|> to . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Agenti Hook \„ut Orders NOW ior . MANILLA KOI' |; l.imiteil shipinenl jitsl reeeived Limited shipment jitxt received MMIIVI IOIMIIIV I III 9 The HealUi sre up duty January, 1952 M.-di. ,, i um id be aspei tad t.> lah n oi -lit the || anil .pph. .. should reach this office not laic than ihe 15th October, 1951 0 9 51 —3n Will. lOtl/llMl (BARBADOS, |,(l|. WE ARE BUYERS Nona BUM ni TAVI.OH TAKE NOTICE ANGEL FACE eroa FXTHACT COMPANY. itfai.i.td m Ihe State o Drlaw.ie USA %  ho*e trade or b-iaiI • rrt. .iddreaa n CO Hudaon Stree: N- I York, fttale „ ( Nc York. Umtrd l'e. | i i •• applird for i' V'.n ol a trade mark in Pint A" of i raspSfrl "f toilet ann cor..tic Ii piodiicti. and arm be entitled to reglaiei L Ihe aame after one nonth Iron thr I ISth da. ol September ISSI unleaa J Mime person mall in the ma mtimr su %  b> ine at my office at oppoaltlon of anch leflelralloti The trade < .lion at my I Itth dJv of Aufuit last II W It J JAMS Rrai.lrjf of Trade Mark. II S Sl-Sn NOTICE IS IIEHKHY GrVKN that nil r-eiaon. having -ny debt or claim apalnal •he ealate of Erne.1 Throdorr TaMoi deceaaed. late of It niton. Hill In IM pailah of Saint Michael In IhlI.lan.l who died on the 4th d.iv al ISM. are requeued to aend particular, ol | ll-rlr clalma dol> alterted lo UM •Iffred Drucllla Aufulla Tavlor in' .William Waterman Alley.. (Haynea tt Griffith. No 11 Huh Hlinl "%  dcetown. Daibadoi. Sollcitora. on or Hn da> of SVplrmbrr lM.. dale %  r >hall prurrrd to I— aatrt. of UM ion* the parlle. er.l.tled IK jt be n..b> for. the aaaou or I .rreof to dUtrlbotrd lo any p hoae debt or aaUl i part C. A fprpgf. %  ' THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY Thr "lost manifest sign of trisdom i.t en I .Monloltrne. WITH CAS IN THE KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE AND COOKIE ARC ALWAYS CHEB And all peraon* indebted to Ihe Mtd %  -i .r.rrd to arltlr < finea. witho,.! dela> Dated this 3lt d-v of July ISSI IhSt-tnJ-* AftiLhTA TAYLOR W1IJ.IAM WATERMAN ALIJEYNE (JuallfLed E.cutori of PaO BSMSl T.rodor* Ta lor deceaaed. ISSI 4a : LODGE OF SORROH ''.l.FNOAIHY PRISON Sw.-et potatoes — approximately 9.000 of prisoners, to be deliv. w.-.KIy at the prison in proportionate amounts. MHOSPITAL Sweat potatoes approximately 5.000 II. .i week. Id be delivered at the Men] tal Hospital twice weekly in proportionate amounts. Yam-as available. Eddoes — as available. LAZARETTO: Bwvel polatr^s — approximately 400 lbs a week, delivered twice weekly nordercd Yams — as available. Bddoeg — as available. Mradfruit as available 2 Tenders hould show the price per 100 lbs. al which each of the abovmentioned commoditi. will be delivered at the institution "onccmed during each month of the period from the 1st of October to the 31st December. 1951. 3 Tenders should be forvarrJed m j.-alcd emelopea addressed o the Cola • (and not to any offleer by name) so as to reach the Colonial Secretary's OiT.ce not later than (4 pm. on Thursday 20th September 19-.11 The envelope should be clearly marked "Tenders for grodnd provision*. ^ 4. Further information is % %  ••talnablc from the Prison. The Mental Hospital and the Lazaretto. 5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or *ny tender. 13.9 51 2n J TIWHV should bi> of intvrvst \ to ytm %  '••'*;' r '.%'*'*:;'*' f l 'ss*'*'s-'W mben ol kindled Lodea lo id a Lode* of Sorrow mory of our late Bra. remda* *> r R an.1 V Hpj Sunday. ISth SepinnneI JSO p m al 111 Roebaca i Br.il,. a M Hymn Raah. will 'llroad Htrreti MWA'AvM Jlhrislian Science J Reading Room I \ \\ M^irORS ARE WEIX-'OMf | TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH NOTICE to (be FAKISHIONrRS o( ST. MKIIAEI. The Voslry of Si. Michael will %  pprtcltl I •; it if all OWIIPI %  ** which ore over-hanging J YOUR 1952 DIARY FOR VJEF1C£,_ HOME AND **" POCKET U at JOHNSONS STATIONERY CARPENTER TOOLS Just Received By JOHNSONS HARDWARE Highways, and so |l I ing the rays ol BtT—l ; Lamps, will co-operate 3 by either trimming these trees themselves, or by 5 giving the necessary perS mission for them Id bi I trimm."!, go that the full *; benefit of the light can be ^ obtained. I* | Valor StOVeS-Single & Double I I OvenS-Single & Double I Enamel Stop Pails ij Enamel Pails j; PyreX Ware-a large assortment | Aluminum Saucepans | Electric Kettles also E. C. REDMAN, I; Clerk, St. Michael's S Veslry. J I Hawkins' Electrical Irons with Thermostatic Heat Control. ,•-'.'. ^---.'.-.'.'.'.W-'*'*'.-.'.-.^.-.-, •*v*'.v.'.'.v,'*'*: -.'.--'.





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-AC.I; roiR HAItllAIH ADVOCATK SATURDAY SF.PTKMBKR II 1'.'I BARBADOS *S|Am r 06ttE .,..—i 1—-i I 14 IW..J St.. HfUl'U" Saturday. Seplcmhir II, 1951 Town Of The -Burning Death 9 o-0|M'rali\Officer %  outlet fur profitable marNow that the Government has provided the machinery for fostering co-operatives the duty of private enterprise to institute at an early time proper means of marketing and distribution. The strongest movement towards agricultural progress in this island was ruined about 20 yeai ago becsuse irnsJI s| rteultuiiati who prohHi fruit and ground provisions found that they were working at a great disadvantage because of the misdirection of the profits Mr Beckles is a well qualified agricu. turist who has recently attended a short COUrte on Co-operatives in Jamaica sponsored by the Extra Mural Department of the University College of the West Indies. ft is true that agriculture offers the best tield for the launching of a really sound pyirtcm of co-oper\ilives but meanwhilethe general public should not hesitate to form societies not only those co-related to agriculture but which would cater to other services as well. Fishermen and poultry keepers might well take note of the times and endeavour to rid themselves of many of the difficulties which they now experience by the formation of co-operative societies in various districts and ask for the help and advice of the new officer during the formative stages. It will all assist to improve the economy of the island. Aiiomah NOBODY'S DIARY SPRIT. %  The long thin loave* of M. Roth Briand, the baker, have been for a generation the best you can buy in the %  ncieni town of Pont Si Esprit, which basks in DM Southern France M Br land's loaves in crusty, and of exquisite lightnc\a labourers of the rich li m..i i.1 n > .ii ..f than with %  artoa. Children love to eat them with a slali of chocolate Stricken Families Hut today the ati down at the Hrland bakerv in UM Chanel Rua, He U no longer b.iking brc.td just now. I in the %  trail there is someone lying ill And man> < Cl the window to get air She kept seeing sm.ill niumals around hi i Her bUlbied, also with the was given sedatives to %  leep. bin had a night. ara with his eye* open—-| %  .lanes and lorries rollkhnu. and •• %  two", he told me. other r livings wren even more antaatlc One man imagined he "is pursued by bandits with asses ars. Another exclaimed he was ght.ng his way out of a ji'ngle 0 %  mi. %  lumber iw 11.11 thought POOBl hasHlfl them to kill them One i m into '' % %  ii"* rig people with %  rise I ruekens. ducks, guat*. I deal which U % % % %  %  I in torment. And three itbreeh came DM • of the ftrst person—Felix Mi'"ii. agfd 92 A doctor who lingered a piece Gabof the total I %  %  ere numb. ii, the middle r lb a*hen Fresh tlout had been sup* %  m to aat .(gain, although there is ror hifunwed the haalth still dapartrnani tot the province There \o-r< now 65 CSSOS. Maurice Maillct. %  miller of St ( %  What shall l do? How can I France, and a baker, Guy Bruere lation?" he asked, i t the sana dtoti last miiht All bread MsN WOTC stopped ptl 1'ighbourlng province of DauThe eight bikers in th> with .nvie .M-H %  i-msd < > %  %  : r. ..-n % %  .. ... ,.i %  not to eat any more bread Supph< .i!eg that the bakai mixed with ini>out 5d. a small forior rj changa t"i bread I k.-.i for .. local 1. %  %  Distribution ot all Hour co m i n g lie parsed Mad grain tu M.uliet I millwhich had WppUad WDO nulled a rut sent it 300 niller Red the town v.." itoppad to the I It I wen en %  kei I uial aki M .i I i>( st nd paatriei -%  • I i us usual, France hai whiter and tincr rtom Re nited. tlu-y had burnn.. • their temperature it WHS u poison that worked, P' tell and tntfr teat and hands went rjrttUy, gmg to the head and P"** a* cold ai marble. og nervous disorders and Not until It"Saturday evening ludlu. inations suspicion thrown o.i the n worked on rich and poor m 1067. The some sympeven the gangren< i now in 1951 How Is It the terror '•* times has revisited Franc*-'' What has been tha %  aquanoa "( avanu ba Irttta Peni Bi The bread was baked by M. Brland o* the night of Thursday. August 16. People who ate it thi i nl morning thought it bitter. By evening they gripped by 'the nrc Anthony'' They \ When It Kills fessor Ol: i i itorj al Mai illlea, ) aport "Wa Dtload a vegetable alkaloid % %  i That nightM Koux went ..hk. lion the children of th.' p.| i doctor after the fan of the merrs 7,1 "T%  MI its evening meal daufhtei of M BugaM RodMH Wfot ergot tni a 400 y ram. loa in Albert Oatabal, who la one of ,I weelthlest o^en m can kUl aman n seems that th. the town's three cloclors. went to |hi %  "OUT Bt Pool si; M Houx's home to investigate Soln tha local Inflrmao found>: leasi that dosage ad nine had sat at tablo cd in 1263. was full. The nine V|,„ ar rt n* (;,i,hai who has hut only live were 111 nuns, with B 0 old people and SO ( ;'r'; '?',, %  \s£>*'* b5d Se H Houx declared that they had orphans under their normal con me cauVof fhe bu"n.,11 ,*taO the Same food Dr Oabwere overwhelmed. %  f h Middle Am ba. discovered that the tive wi.o four ambulances arrived arUh Jfl JJJ J'!J ,," o. were ill had been rare. i o. M litarj orderlla. .;,;,;. k uW .^^V',,I' Dju : jnd ot thetabl. with loaves from .„ re areaesd fc [.^ M Briand's shop. service. <;endarmes went frttt gJJJ ^ -^ attaekad ta The others had eaten different fV here the "burnbrend.-nd rye is oen altaeaed b I.MM.I ing death"' had visited to take cr *"' it Is Poisoned' leftta and carry away unThl!l htll ,. rtu „ *, n llo tutva By Sunday nfteriioon M. Jean eaten bread. sunen-il in vain if we induce OUI Orsonl, the mayor's secretary, had Became Vinlenf Oovernment to pel recorded that 40 people had Many <-( the suitcicis %  b read" stoniiich pain... rfolanl One threw himself from —L E S Voronofff. lift* >lMik-> (•land Faint'. Ilic Af il.'t THE apiMimtiaent uf %  new Attorney General Mr. Wj lie, I Mr. John Whyatt, seenu to l |o an anomalous position with regard to ihe Crown Law ortieers. nunoa lusowladea that Hon. F. K. Plaid, Assistant Attorney General, has been acting in ihe hijthet onsea tr some months. Uurmg that has been appointed to Ma rnlww aalp In the Legislative CoUJK kl. cieuted in which the lunkn in !!" %  Crown Law Oftleers Depurlmein is leelslature body having the right i ent, adversel) .tunni its the ""ik .f the Department headed bj hi Senior. The u" malous one which should if it i> the policy "i ihe Oorenunaot that in future thw hokiei of the Oltiee of Attorney General shall br a member of the Legislative Council, need thai there was to i. uiuUonal poUey, and that Mr. K,el.i iva until he or sonic other officer -. The matti ome statement by the %  By CHAPMAN PINCIIER glands used on boys of lu or 11 L.M'SANNK could breed a race of supermen Dr. Serge Voronoff, the "monkey When Voronofl caOM to Britain gland %  Ureeon*' who claimed that, to lecturein I9SS, I I with his treatment, people could attended a prOvalt astat live to be 140. has died in .i v.. %  1-uisanne hotel. He was BS. in the Houae ot Commons that he Russl in-born VoronolT's ideas should not ba allowed %  > parftorn aroused i storm in Britain—but any operatloi ihey made him a fortune. He stalled grafting the glands of apes and goats on to human IK-IIU juvenate them—In 1919. And In a few years he was an Ink celebrity. His fees were tei rule In 1932. when money was money, he w.is charging £250 for the operation Nursing fees cost an extra CISHe made so muck mosw) ftem rich old Parisians that he hod tu set up a special service fur ferrying apes from Africa. ::mi aeekessaspi Before the Second w.iid Wai AuMriun nilf in 1934 ba married i old. red-headed Austrian girl, a cousin of Rumania's Mine i. ipea u Voronofl In a luxurious chateau on Ihe Ml an In Ihe las: war he went to America. Then he returned to Prance to 1 %  oldlen M. i alum ". travelled from one spa to anothei A fortnight ago he went to Alx-le treatmenl Inen hi an nt i n to Ihe Ana Khan's hotel >t 1. U There he slipped on a bathi Voronofl Cl ai m ed to have trained Honr, broke si'vci I t ihs and died 300 assistants, to have established clinics in six countries, and to have invert ne\s 1 if** to tin -LI.. i: : D atwaan ttO and TO. he said, was Iho crilleil age for men Iba Clauds were wearing out. and in only solution was new 0On %  "*'" women. 45 was the age ol which youthful charm could Ii< .iplurad. Il< alaO declare.! that monkey I I The Ih.orv VDHUSmi s operation* were baj>rd un Ihe belief lh.it if any one of Ihe main (lands of thp hum in h %  i. un II. ii. : bt a grafUeg operation, Ihe whole bod> would benefit ph..kail* and menUIIy. Tlc rlush VilRONOFF was a lint-rate %  ergeee—but other daetan < lashed wiih his views. Tliey trcirdrd Ihe uraftlnit operation as a money-maklni stunt. Wklek al bent could brine unl> temporary improvement. In Ihe face of medical warniii. s. he prophrslrd that ini .ii. would he permanent. though no tram-plant helwrrn creatures of different kinds had aiW Ukrn" before, l.aler he hao to i limb down and admil ih.1 the effects were shortlived. He ariued that mm should he able to live to 140 simpl> baaaeai dome*tk animals live abtiul seven tlmex ihr number •l year-* II take* thrm lo mature. •. %  -inon the mistaken belief that a human being mature* at 20. he assumed thai 140 .. us M.I* the proper span of l.i. Rri'ish teientKta have proved that extriwU of the Klunds II ..cl In Voronofl have a ilelinIte >. iin.-ri .tin. effect. But lhe> arr also extremely danRrrous. sometimes call-ma a fatal complaint. —L.E.-S. Sunday —I went to church to-day, and sttan(*e as it may sc*m to many, gave a liberal collection I used to go regularly every Sunday, as a child, and more ulten than not twice with a Sunday School I thrown in. In those days collection was on the old people Mum or Dad had toi Hive me the penny to put tn the plate. I nn.i-riber not long aijo st-eini" a big sign across Broad Street advertising a meet-1 ing at Queen's Park, and at the end it said "No collection taken up." I wonder if this 1 was an added attraction. Monday—I was asked to-day why no political meetings are belnR held. Just a few. in tka ago everybody ran hot and there were meetings all over the island. Perhaps the boys are just watching eachOther, and getting things ready for the next onslaught on the 96.000 registered voters, and their friends. I am very intereeted to hear what new ideas are in trie minds of the candidates and parties. Somewhere in the book I used yesterday the words occur "we have left undone those things which we ought to have done and have done those things which we ought not to have done". Some poli-| ticians might use this text. Tuesday—An interesting sign caught my eye on the 'bus to-day. It warned passengers that the company would not hold itself reepOfialble for damage sustained by squeezing into the seats. There is the regular distance betwee.t the rows of seats but of course there is real difficulty to i into the seat when people sit near the entrance and you hove to squeeze past their knees. Once or twice I have crushed toes and once accidentally sat down rather abruptly in the lap of a stout lady. I was very comfortable but I had (! to move. The sign should be in all "buses in small twinkling red lights. You can be injured while sitting or getting into the 'bus. %  Veilnesday-Jeans and Juterbug Shirts— What a frightful combination! At least, when worn by a woman. Somebody once said "A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar 13 a smoke." Now I have never quite seen the humour in that remark, maybe one day I will, but at any rate 1 am quite content with a woman being only a woman. But the point is that I like to ice that, I a woman is a woman. Jeans and Jitterbug' shirts are the worst type oi camouflage. Thursday Today I sent a small parcel for ] the Jamaica sufferers. It wasn't much | but I believe that it will help. A few | mornings ago the parson who conducted'! the Kediffusion service gave a fine example of the church militant as he made an appeal for help for the church-' warden's clothing drive. "Some people's place in heaven might be assured", he thundered, "but they are no good on earth. Be good for something, or else you're good for nothing. Do something to help your fellow man, or else ..." Words nearly failed him. However he concluded. "Send something to the Churchwarden for the Ja maica sufferers." Friday—The weather continues to be a prob lem and the topic of common conversation. A chap about my own age—I am not yet three score and ten. nor am I under a score—asked me today, "When' are we getting all these hurricanes from? Six for the season seems quite a lot. When I was a boy there were not 10 many,'' In a way 1 agree with him. At least il seems so to me looking backward down UM years. Or is 11 that we did not take so much notice of them? However I do not remember hurricanes coming quickly and regularly that they had to Inlabelled to keep puce: Able, Baker. Charlie, Dog. Easy. Fox. I hope Cieorgc stays home. TO-DA Y*S Qi'OTA TiOX Books think for me — Charles Lamb ADVOCATE STATIONERY See us for the following . ,", iv 4 and FITTINGS COFPEK PIPE — V. V. I GALVANISED PIPE S" GALVANISED BENDS — S", %", IH" GALVANISED SOCKETS — W, *i" GALVANISED 1:1 in i 1 it* — lti" to V — %  GALVANISED I'NIONS — W. V GALVANISED I I 1 -ll PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "P" TRAPS CORNER BASINS wllh PcdestaJa WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCH) it •Phones : 4472 & 4687 &. CO. — BF.CKWITH STORES j GOOD BUY! AND THE BEST BUYS TOO!! JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Win. P. HARTLEY Ltd. FOR THAT TRIP NORTH YOU NEED ONE OF OUR GABERDINE RAINCOATS SINGLE BREASTED BELTED STYLE AND RAGLAN SLEEVES CAMEL HAIR AND WOOL MIXTURE OVERCOATS THEY'RE THE BEST IN THEIR CLASS FOR QUALITY AND VALUE YOLRSELF. Bet! Party Ever. Says Bewigged Host Towws Above His Guests In Splendid Robes And P/at/orm Soles a Foot High Of Tli 4i c-ii I II r> I mis In t.omlol.is Ago Khan There awi uniioim I l.uiKhter 'torn Ilia crowd al of Ihe co-Humr*. But no tnmatnt'o ware thrown, I •Tiled. I_dv IHana Vnomrt In bet pcai l-raatoomd iltvery dm*. laaeee* r*th fantastic extravagantly nuif i irtkEcit whifa iaUn From rVKI.YN IKONS VENICE, Tin' fast Ol the 700 Kiicsls nt Mr. Charles de lli'i\teuiii*s fantastic pn French revolution masked ball arranged i iii\ in (heir gondoUM end were rowed home along Unailenl i anab here at dawn. Thousand. bad from Hornet WiarJni ni;i*nlllcrnt Mworlnn outlined building <>' diamonds, to->k .motni-r view brcen headdien, Iba Labia Palaoa luddonly winkthe Ana KhanV. "II i* much more o( paopla "' %  itrollad from ed out. Th,. partjf ot the rehtufun out here," she ^ald. palace to show l%louah Clapped und cheered l "' ehatlariDl croi^ packmii Un ,„„. „f" ,he dozens of amit-a Italabout winch i That was when at 3 a.m. men nciRhbtniniiK itieal ,.,„ police ^uarillng the palace most splendid Was it worth all the skyrocketting expense to ihe host, or the Anii The anawer wai that Mr. de Win* and cakes provided frM r ,m ' n K !" "' L \--W*ttul woro -hu... ^uea.dly l>y Mr. de Beuicgul soon ran ou'.. MlY.-.Mg*d Ihree-con. , %  UU]| W(Ul |f h ,, la „ onn bul Ihe crowd atayed. gaalng u. h..d iu minutes to wall foi tha at tha pelaca windows. 3M ,, ';•"<: E* lo He wa, a moat remarkabk luam o^naly stood m Iba hit* ortch feomcr hoi hotel .... tht ^.^ wllh u fc vvhl[r ,,,„.., Ilo cony lo show on lMl l.\en the dog> fa+l wit and his rplandk) blue costume*, ho stood on the sumpbrocede robe. An attractive woman appear*"! %  rpeiad landing stag*. There was much discuision at one window wearing a magwere the cnta-t*weUsd mask. "Take it off", bawl*d the crowd. She did sr appU ht %  i gallantly stepped forward and General vote seemed lo go to was pretty. pangs suffered '< "" < raiUns. | u >( diumonds and em.raid -*••> :w sppaarad sigtied on.orTered a battered suitcase. PrtBean EUsabelh rhav*tu%sdse The Itdjian boya yelled ap-' tation? Ursenurl fi<>m Ihe dazzlingly lit 'habby Oman, I Me Churchill smilingly thankIn her black velvet dress and plause. The Asa Khan thought SO. palace and danced to an aceorctton lurcd al lhr display Howbeaud hbn antf aat ea It. Imposing TOWP as Empress A 50ft. greased pole in the k ..nd white satin band i-i Iba squan Ban Qereaala l '', • ,' lu ' %  was Indeed a fabulous party. Catherine of Hu*sia. square was crowned with | I domino our iu dinner tackat ..n'>l werthr-sined in rUpubUc, cama out t MIIICOMM-al woman owner c h t • in the square, too le/tead ol gentle mmuel.. and Two women wore diamondOther preferred the gi been to hundreds of parlies In Tbo people clapped and quadrilles suitable lo the period, studded <|>l1ars and their tool M %  v all the light* went they recognised -he 18lh ccnlury orchestra in the were *er.lnaU FBOowoa in her OTtglnnl N l and liteworks tracked frorr %  rtain Ihat nini minstrels' gallery. wbC I Kiench dressms A lute satin and leopard J(C ,-ots the square. r tiivni -11." % % %  %  %  heed surmount) ^nrted police im*d up to de-ii l know, iMIver Meaael. u. hts rich red musicians' costumes in t; "I the last. C'hrVsllin 1 nh possible incident*. But ihev Hut h ot uniform cnat. which once polo frescoes on the walleased I'p th* p*i|* good-nnturedly allowed tht dance till dawi lonesd lo a Doliemian prtnea timed it must be HI| thai rrwd to do anything me* liked • danced w'-h the local girls. Guests in stately peruke* and ajth Uaik ug costumes were highly inac i-xcept get inside.—L.k.(*>. BETTER BUY BUTTER \m ln.r TaMr Butler Mc. per lb An. ln.r Evap. Milk 16-oz —Se. per tin Anchor FuU Milk Powder IT. SZ.24 per tin Anchor Full Milk Powder l ih • %  ••< per tin Anrhor Skimmed Milk —40c. per rb FRUIT in Tins Apple Sauce Whole Apple* (imavaa Grapes Pear* Pfhirbes Fruit Salad AprleoU Prunes Strawberries SPECIALS Tourr Jellies Mr per pfc|. Apricot Nectar 40c. per tin MEAT DEPT. For prompt delivery. Plei order your week-end ROAST VEGETABLES in Tins Cauliflower Ilruvtrl sprout* Spinach Kale Sliced Bean*. Turnips Celery HrarU Mixed \ %  i I.I. Asparacus Pork A Beans Fork g. Be ins Vrcelabir Salad KEEP COOL Tuborx Beer SOe. per bottle Baaa'* Ale 30c. per bottle Washlnrton Ale 3Sc. per bot. Canada Dry Soda with COLD BRAID RIM IXPIC II II < %  > %  It IHI Ml I K.I SB \i ri MM < IIKKIVS III CK8 rkOZE N SALMON PHONE GODDARD'S WE DELIVER



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PACE EICHT B..RBADOS ADVOCATE SATL'RDAV. SEPTEMBER IS. 15I BARBADOS TEAMS WIN GAMES Turpii.Thu.cJ B.G. Shoots For In Line ror p ^ Bout wuh Raj Swettenham Lup T'DAD—B'DOS WATER POLO TOUR OPE\S it. IAI i. nm PORT-OK-SPAIN. Sept. 14 All h. %  ...ios water polo M the Annual InU'i'ioI'.iiial Tournament between Itaibados and. Tnmdnd got underway at the Trinidad yacht Club, Bayshore. shortly ifter 8.30 o'clock to-night. Wl visitor*, two by I nee and one by Geoffrey Foster, who ptajrVd t !•'icing game r >.< do*. Manning hil %  . %  %  A ihp filth goal for Ihe H cuslodian from betwciii the uprights. Ocean Giants fought back r,il\ mange up his earl.. | lt Ine tak< iMd with a scorcher. Soon after, Manning wai brought l.'niU-tt On f the iratw i"i %  najor foul. Barbados ladies let down barvia Giants sCtlCd the c-pporni/ %  with M extra man in the tin. mitstandinit pl.iyer imd r>lt .• Giant*, swam the I and look a -hot. Acqui at centre forward helped BtD the tfoal to make the rial I score 5—2 in favour of Bar' %  radio TYtnkUd ..rnI II] also be cm %  n >n 31 and M ". cW XUkCY ni,i \r :..T% vi.ui, ail %  r BI A I IFm |>a>(a> of ui nei in n i t. patMnca ~j~ ~ ..aniN~'_""-os.lefcallng King Fish The trad* ll goals to love while Barbados %  % %  leading team IB t^ie Trinidad rh • %  torn Bjubades | w OrMi two. A crowd of over SO" i tammed the Yaeht Club, taking odaUOn. Their hiKhixuvCren flood light' gnd a bright moon. :iiurky waten of tBd .1 strong '.id aid through) %  MM. %  NEW YORK. Sept. 14 Britain's K.md>Turpm atMSt Watt in the liii'' lor • %  thin! tillh'>ut with Sugar K*0' K<> : the Middleweight t'ri.imp's Man**er George Gainfi>rd Itm the t ight dope. Gainford\ master plan for th. Il.irlem Sugar dandy calls for mid December oharily defence far the heart fund at New York' Madison Square (,ard-n : ::.nnlstcr also % %  %  Bight. The Speed ,.| the I i I I" %  Pi f PI1 .img ladies netted %  NEW YORK LV 1 f Pen 'l Oagnon. tight Champion at Cat). raugbout VMUN tda Mid Thtirsdaj bi will I • .. goal, the remit of official ctiallengea tm lot .i mliundlf-standing bet m n Lgfal and ll.v weight till.Bl .'• Challenge Like U i ^..leld, the I i lam i?i a postal ••hoot, and participating Colonies have until After thai it will he Ri-rkv September 15 lo shoot oil Graziano in Chicago or Det ; differ lightly J-aurcnt D'Authullle in Paris, and from the Martinez. I' „, i'in in a third Hobin.nIhl* P HO gad *0o ferda, while the Marttoai bai ID the WOrkg with Jack addilii Brttlsli I'romotei trvSeven i iind* :ire shot wflgfa twg ing to set it up for tfie White City Mghtci i.t ,.tch rang* and the highest possible score i*er man is Nothu.. • but iU a 105. -"d 840 for the wba, natural titar th) "' i n of 61.370 that bulged th. r lib a More of 77 | ,-. .% %  (),) with i -iding Turpin took rrimi 57 .*mts, British Oula&a third %  k ; n 7 -"t Tru Wednesday night IN nothink' to ">British Honduras did not Mfhal he -ill gel from the Hntnh r, <>'pOactor. Brilish Guiana h<'l for the Sweltenham Cup on Satunlav llajrtM fle doesn't know it yet last, hul young Randy put his gleamNo news has yet been received ' *w middleweight eiown on f Ioni Barbados about the Martin-, UM line for not much more than er. Shield which is conti oiled by I i'"" ; that Colony, nor is it known. By the time the Conurua10la*l uhelher Jamaica as a result of the! \lr Blood recent hurricane was able to take to rueful Rritons-eiave part in either the Swettenham or applied their tight formula. RnnMartinez shoots. .\y\ cut of J207.076 probably will nink to a little more ban ^^^^^^~^^ 637.000. (From Our Own CnrreNpondeiit) GEORGETOWK, S | i'iii SM ETTENUAkd CUP I a '" : 'd l>v the lale Sir Jame* AU-x;nKlcr Swettenham. a : C.ovmor of British Guiana (1901 — 1904) and u competed for annually between Jamaica, Trinidad. Barba: ItltUl Honduru and British Guiana It Ll controlled b> British Guiana Pompey Wins LIVERPOOL Sept 14. Volande Pump*:, of lighi h* We Tony Lord m l.iverp-K.l Thursday UM -Mariinex has an ;—1 1ZL : range 300 y., d J*" '"* 2 > od *'" '" 22 starts I*i i wound up in h [ %  ossil nb in ir.' The end came in the surd rou In d IO. — (C.p.t KVaV/W*VV.', -'.-,'-•--. %  i S.p. THE DADH i >un > ii i" i-' MM aea t* tiu .i M (.SB Nil I. DIM m UIH -1 ni-tr* i HAT! 11I>AV NIialT 1X h SKST I.MI--IOS %  U I ta.,-. I %  I"-.i leas %  f South Africa BZQrwtMN in NprUi Arnema for Ihe 118 pound title and also wants to mil the winner of the October 23 Dado MarifsO Trn Allen flyweight title ll Honolulu r r Colt* Crickd Al Bunk Hull ', ', '. -, -, ow*v*v//< Second Course Opened I'rum Paie 5. what we thought lit lo describe a* W.have : lwd Ihi.s limite %  %  %  lie lll>W %  ,.U knowledge <>t %  k is fl n nl .' %  be-ing of is worth %  class, and U of Intel%  %  %  : the in And so we owe a debt of gratitude to those %  oj i \ ktk I %  %  i "''n>K whenever new ground is being bruken. persisted '" bringing about u change in outlook 'Bear in mind that H is being given lo you al little Of %  You havi ika I he in. %  i<> H1..-K i I Inle>,:i\ in,: ; you accordingly i thing to the community. You %  iroui own %  vim to it..-', i n the i If rou have not I full realisatu.ri oi your III spert thari thing wTOOf .ir outlook to tru •Uea ol roui value as %  > ItusM and your iwad Is I gieat deal of thinking to-day, current %  nong thiNMon v. %  have bai mutter ot the relsUve weight t" %  Rights. Not imties "The lendeoc) is t.. sires right*, not duties, what is dwr to us: not what One. not bai you made lOBM SOntrll 111 wtll-lteuig of others give a feeling it sat i i mi no I & i i those ihs* %  ihern" Thi>' Mat Hay bad i ti..I ii icti Iniprovements In the We.[rstaV mutt be improvement ol Its minh i n. womanhood than i i tin ; sanriri runent. ll %  • lion is beni II given to tin dl : capacity for judgment utMOg JtV pet] %  a"u*ts are increa %  ived. .'. Ilf t! I The standard of II* steadily and while it la u .. here la still plenty of let make up and no room for con.It < % %  the pUipos< 1 %  • thnt pro' direct the woaunhood of the i n Ieen in many direi n l lnls path. II ueaa e.g %  health, nutrTtion, In "take life more abund-n' i ...in! th denci of "nd if it is true that the Itvel oritlity, ir. ins matei ' %  ihe community is the used for Ud the Ityle of Clothing, wrV*l ranched by its women, there D romforl %  "" hi no doubt that as one batch ...llier than on custom oi ...riven"I BVU KMr another goes out UOQ n iheae rhtsarooms, i nu own knowledsw of **tth the new powen that thb In our sister Islands. I %  • K v >: |V '' !*<• "dU indeed that Barb* (MX be>>e more abundant for eve gny way In these improve"'* ,I)PT1 declared the course %  t in taking Hill COUrte "I"''! "i'1 wished the teachsri, K vou are helping t.. maintain Its *•? M the tfudtJlta, Ixrth profit [flon, and pleasure from and In the course. Intensive C'miw Mrs. H A Vaughan then moved The course is fairly wide hut n vote of thanks after which ssimc is also quite intensive. In the oi Ol those attending took a look at ttaiuser you have a capable and 'he work dime on QM previous si* enthusiastic head and she has the month course support of equally devoted in__^_^^^^_____^^__^ ::iurto,r* It may interest you to near that since this centre wl 'iti neariy 5,000 young women like yoursel passed through its doors, going out better equipped to carry oui cottage, mansion. Hotel, guest house, school or club. That will give you an ii amount of work i ul li I j UM M ifanlser and her aaalstanl V vs ill have to work bard if you In a one day game at Bank Hall the h.< i. 'n> and t i %  -. i • %  !:. Icmjnd lun-selting on bui.day I ,iilhiut proposilmn. l-ift arm slow bowler (;. Solj'i' of Kent i. CoUj with a bag of three for eight runs. It Corbin Ol BaWrOWl also turned in a good performance He took four for 10. No City Colt pluyer reached double tlgures and the %  • %  : i : The OOOBI ted on I r-t innings by 17. II | | five for 25. Gibbons bagged three loi 15 and Oltoii. who captured (WO wickets, held the run-gettcn Of the 53 .scored bv the Country Colts, p. Graham or I. Park made n The Orel Country n i % %  %  .. O tober l (Labour Day) at Bank Hall ish to qualify for the i which will be given to Uki ,i. asstful plete the course. evi rythlng that iho %  varasbi woruari. whether housewife oi unnuirnod should Iroow, from the to pin the diaper on baby to Ihe DP .1 fevilit.^ the brute "It Boes a fair way toward* eaasMttUl you to leManTI lhal epitome of frmimiir virtues making fur Ihe perfect woman diserlbed In a book of wise knvtnin. or "iiidi I eaiinol refrain from .,e. nu ten a frw % % %  > 'She seek* wool and (lav and week* willingly with her hand*. she brias* fed from afar. She rtae* also when II is yet night aid gives meat to her household and a pnrlinn t her maldru*. She perceive* thai her merchandise is soud Her eandlr goes tu.l nul b) nlshi. She lays her hljatti lu the spindle and her i.amis kolg the dlotafl. She Is not afraid at Ihe -now for her household, for ill her household are clothed wkh .cartel she makes herself e<,verlnss of tapestry, her eliliin K is silk and pur>le. She make* fine linen and sells II nnl delUers irilUlo the inM haul -Inlooks well to the ways ol her household and e.ils not the bread nl Id I cue** these are -ome of the ide.ih of llrbrrw %  uliiir. which slnre the> ran h.irdli lie imprmrd upon, will rensaln i.l..K for all Umr What's On Todav I lub llsrILirlMdus ( a txhlhilion a IIMIOS Museum 111 am.— I p.m. Shouting B.K.A. al l.overnmeiil Rillr Range 3U and Mo sards 1 p.m. The fifth series of first -and second IH vision .ink.. in,.t.. al Ihe variou* grounds al I p.m. Police Rand at the in-ill Hall, (.arris* n Dance In aid of Regimental sportFund I p.m. IIMMts InsaiK. rm.r„n.t N'ddl-1' O i l ass* i "•"' •* "" "•' *"* ft* HORNIMAN'S TEA )a o e y y> v/ ^iooMti MH -imiu i orris AT HOME DJttfCE ro ssMfsTI ISMi •irnnsii I*I %  4 Hi wldHKf HIU. HOAD MKlaL j VOM1SSIOS l.r„l. | I^SIM I Mob. b> Mi 'vmitM Nile. Oseassan % %  Sal* 11 SOI VIII A snoi>Ki:i:it:ii • WATCM Mis Si'.Ut: PUBLIC NOTICE Mrs. MARIA CAKLOIA GONSAI.VFS (•raduau'd SnanUh Teacher In this Island, is now located at Blue Water's Terrace Mrs Skinner's Flat) All her I'uplU are advised to attend Classes al the above Residence. 14.9.51—2n. Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains? Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly and — o*VI I You will feel good at once. soothes and comforts and d out all Inflammation. Sloan's doing you It acts quickly — iees res mi ncisai •# •. naae ea tea RTOr. > %  —• ill BSSBB SS l *-W (-su TO-NIGHT sa wanes III .I.I.MKNT Sl'ORTS CUUB ANNUAL DANCE At TUB DRILL HALL • D.IIII in.; frum 11 p.m. Admission 3'6 Pr#u !*farmai YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT tltU.M IIIIIKIM.MIN K.iuii.ill : .94 in. loi.il Rainfall for w to date S. 11 Ins Highest Temperature: M4.a'l Lowest Temperature; ?3.5*F Wind Yclorllv. ( ho II Barometer: (9 a.i 13 p m.) 29.976 miles per I i !i 'i.'.'V j They'll Do It Every Time — By Jimmy Hatlo _^>HE QREEtJS A^£ HARDER THA-J A RRE% %  IMS HAT— eur WILL THE ucsKeePBR VJRH ON TH6 SPR^KLERS? UNH-UH-NO! IXMAV.'! sSSanM Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! ir rou .. Night., or mil. f l,..m niltfi n.*. iw.. kai -ibag I.."MisuroaiiKFii. nurfilng IStiHgx. Raesa A'lJIH <-r i i toryour IIBSS, Kidn.y TroulU %  lh lru# Wrona (nods nn4 drlnV. %  rsfftl • Hi • • and pia-in h'mr BtrsiB ea yoar hMnovi %  o thai ih.y ranelkm pnoel] al I to proper I) purif v vour MDVJ aa-f malalaU* health an* Merer. —aassassse-*^. Help Kidneys Doctor's Way Mspy (l-rion hat* dlwown tlfte lutl nl I..1ami In atli thai a quick and ar .v t.. i„ n> i*. i,,.i. say clean .nl iuru pn|..nn > %  Qul. kl.. 11.1. %  .... v. u i> rm ne i i % %  -! ^n %  %  rtala .ir. Mra lhal €•(•• will a.n.lv you <• t | %  T %  I IV ,. v I, %  praa I for H6MIYI ItADDII %  O %  .-... BMIUMATIiM Cystex; .-.--. 'UT THE RAY IT RAINS LIKE MRS. NOAH'S WASHDAY— THEVU.CD IT. EVERY GREEN! % % %  :? %  So Mil ii t/ I't'ii/tlf I'rt'ffr ... CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS • CRISP & CREAMY 5 Thi'i/'rt' Simplfi Mffliviuus I Oil MMIH I'HOTEITIOX I'M MIRAP The MIIEAI LF WRAP this I'ure and llslenk Foil SAVES FOOD nil and WORK on Sale at all firoeers II. JASON JONES & (0., LTD. CITY s^f*'"-',*.'*;;*,*,*. CINEMA MINI i: ll.!. Diabetics tan enjoy Crawford's Ctc.im .; Crackers without lea/ ol any ill elfects. \ i4A' rae< CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS ^ %  %  •. %  %  % % %  .•.•A.w.v.%w.vr.v.-.-.v.-.v.v.-.-.-s.-. For Children Pencil Sharpener. 27c. Pencil CM 72C. .V $1,211 Kxereise Books Single Line 5 e., 10c. Exercise Book* Squares 1 0c. Math. Sen $ 1.44 Drawing Books 12c. 27c. Memo Books 8c, 15c.. 2t>. Pen. 6 c. Fount.in Pens 6tk.. 72c. SI.20, (US, S2.H0. SXOU Killers 4c, 6c. 14c Pen Nib. le. Crayons, per box lHc. .mil :iiic Paint Boxes 36c, 48c. 611c. S1.20 & SI.44 Erasers 4e. 5c.. 8*.. 14c and 13c laaaa Pencils 4c. -.. k.. 9c. Slate Pencils box Is. Each It Compasses. Each 24c. Dividers 36c. Pencil Boxes 60c.. 84c. 96c. Book Baas S2.6H. s 1.2.1. S3.II2 Exercise Books with Hard Cosrr. 72c. For School Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street |ILRRAYS ., MILK STOUT WM SCOTLAND MANNING & CO., LTD. BAY STREET BACK TO SCHOOL | AQUATIC CLUB I IN SHOES (URLSAND BOYS' SHOES—Brown. Black 01 While: Size. 7 — 10 S 3 75 „ 11 — 12 3—6 OYM BOOTB-Whits. Brown BUck: Slses 10 — g . 3—5 6 — 11 2 15 Bring your children in fur an expert fliting. S lhal the Management simiouiicfs ili.it aftei Tlinriduv. Seplrmher 271 h I (luh'-. ( inemu Will ^ be CLOSED. Due to the ^ > m a 1 i attendance Of N ^ Meiiibois. for ciuitc some V liii.i tho Management %  ^ •^ Owiru; to the I S number of Cmem.is IIDW S* ;^ | ting In tht Island it S s* is not possible (or tho \ lj Chlb always to I ;. New '.roerly; sj s Mem^ I .(.lures jl * Bl tliL-ii lust showing, ^ I I S i Ihe & innirig, v I; iii.s ll I • ,',*-*. w^v///y>cvAsMess>^ FYFFES LINE tall T.S.S. QOtalTTO will be arriving from Southampton on Monday, 17th September, at 6 a.m.. and will be sailing at U p.m. the same ..iieir.oon for Trinidad. There Is ample 1st Clas* Accommocation available for Trinidad, and also for Southampton on 27th September Apply . WILKINSON & HAVNES (()., UD. # c^r^c-^cttc^rrcrc^K^*



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PAGE TWO HUiHWMW ADVOfATF SXTIRDAY. SEPTEMBm I CaJiib gaUing L> R II 1. MASSIAM. son of M.LC and Mrs Masslah o( Collvmore Rock i* among the passer. %  ers due ' arrive in EUrttadot aa Monday bj ihc Eldrs and Fyfln 5.S cointa (nn louthampttv H it d b> Mr M.'iiah. Othfl lBTTli;< unc oppotUn %  I con. Mr(AS. Hn K M Sayer. Mis* D A Crtek, R*n K W Dcrham. R*v and Mrs C IFrost, Capi ,>nd Mr. (;. M. II It E I II 1 QrofM, Mr F C J.inc... MiV E Jam.MU M K.-;iii> M ifscn Mr. and Mrs p. n McDermott. Miss EA. McDormott. R*v. J. E, FVUm Mi I. A K P, si Rev. an Mrs N. Thomas and Infant. Mastrr A. N. Thoma and Hi Yard. Venezuelan Coniul D.M.S. For Washington f\N Wednesday IVUh Wptl Weddinc A %  rdThwpj %  M hi Profe„ional Colfer SXJfnk^ M R ERNIE WAKELAM proRock a. the Rocklyn Bus Co/and fesaional golffr of Hamilton assistant teacher of the St Giles Canada, who comes to Barbado* Girl*' School. in the winter, was placed second The ceremony was fully choral in the Canadian profess".golfers' championship which took and Woodroofe. Reci'M tba Hamilton Ooll Club in Andrew, twisted | I I) IIA, :,-.'. t M l)..wlen. Rector of St. ^eneial professional at George. %  iiory Club. Monlebello. The bride who wa* given ,n %  triage by her aunt Mrs. Ei-ma Back to B.G. Rock, looked charming In a dress T HE Muses Iris and Vivian %  organia over Ice blue satin. Her I, .,f Georgetown. British 5"*ff u "" ot an *"* £ Clulana. returned hoi.* on Thurs*• UAA wM a crown day by OM S.S. GasMffsw aft.-i * "" ke J>' tn P^fe by a flngeriptndlllJJ I"...i.l a Hall month-' 'I' .ifi Sh ""J? 1 bout , ue1 %  rc Maylni M.char.r..* da i , Worth!*•* T and w %  llendwl |M by Miss Girlene Harriett a; maid M.-s Iris Craigt a Public Health "'honour. She wore a dress of *• i a while he. ibttei U attached BO,d *ted tafTeta with brown I aorgatowfi Hospital. acceasorlea. Q-,__J V;; l* 1 "' bridesmaids wcrI ALVIN WHARTON I wo drcws OI p)nk Organra and 'h trust with the San N> ..,.. „l<-ture h.-iU to match. r ...nFenianclo Borough touncil. ar-_ ... Angela taiirencv and J4JI. EDWARD J. I-EHIE. ConW h( r Dl .,. ,. Qrmmbomj, • cf.ring the week to sp,, ..„.,* | flfBp ,, |rrt ,K ** sul for \enczuela in Mar\. ,, \\ two weeks holiday here He is bridal entourage Unique and a Commission Ac He was accompanied by his wife and family and they staying at th e Hole! Royal. Dl M M;,hnm Mil to Dt J W V HarfcrM C.M.G.. O.BJL, who Brother and Sitter I N BarbaO"* toi .ibout Qfteafl days' holiday art Mr. Charlie > i and hituatt Miss Oinettc Itciiufraurl of the firm of m* ol JVl Fort dc Kiii. %  Tboy arrived on Spent Three Weeka %  IVf lss IIMa,A Wr:r:K, ~ s "i i %  r "mled Kingdom (MefaU ^** l*rtil>..tion Office. returned laallnj ,l01 Grenada by H.W.I.A. during the week after spending Aw Architect in Windward weeks' h<*iiday there Sh c wos the | t | an J $ nuesl OC Mr and Mrs A. J. Many R JOHN ROtt Oownmatit ** Vo nt £—•. .. I M the windward For Tounant Talka M. E. COX, M.C1'.. left ling by The reception was held t Rock lyn Court. Bcllcplaine. the home %  f the Bride's aunt and the hoin'.vFTn.ui am .pint B| FWt Vi'-w". Rarthtaaba. Trinidad Student M iss ,tu rrivedon uian.,-. arrived on Tliursdtty from %/! %  me GaaSl Vincent by |(G. Airways and 1* yst I.T !% %  Church Maxwell. Christ Timothy I a I Turning. Incidental Intelligence JANET TiloMAs tudent from Trinidad. turned hORM "i. Tiii-^iiai i vrruiiK MVKlrom M....,ni.,u.n d .re „.„ ,,.,,„,.„ „E l.v I1.W.I.A I1W.I.A. lor CiudM Trullllo. '" r S hT !" llIJui. wl n M, the Hastings H %  1 ID observer. The Third Annual General Meeting of the Cnrtbhean D ., v With Barclaya Bank interim Tourism Commute-. Back from U.K. MH IKKHENCE KING of Bar,,-, %  . W!^ C. B W-n.a, X • IVl.:.,,. Bat*. Antigua, who U.K. Buameiiman a N American woman tourist ,. IT* Matt* M HarriM.n College, e M1( up ,„ i,,,,!...,!.,. dlM to the WR. LAWRENCE FIELDING of /\ Jerusalem, told there was a returned to Barb dos on Thursday Heath nf his mntlici. returned >*-.JVlMeasrs Hunt and Winterbotne ,.„,, from Dari tn Becraheba, evening from England by air via e rday morning by H.W.I.A. He 7 l(fTli England, left yesterday by JH ,, ,mazem*ntCanada and Nassau. W as nrcomp-nied by his fath.r n w IA fur Trinidad on his way -u/ell! I never knew that Dan A member of the victorious I9!S \; r I F Km nf VentinT." R<>ck> tlI Caracas after spending lo and Beersheba were places. I alWet Indiev laajfi •,, England, he |,. v q t|„. island He was aoways thought they were husband layed over m the U.K. Ebr one (..mpnnied by Mrs. Ki'-ldinK and wife, like Sodom and Gomoryear and entered Durham UniOn bhort Vlllt Th ,. y wenstaying nt the Marine rah' I'aul Mei'u-r. /iroel Ljm vn'iiv artaata ha look his Taachan* \M*. CHARLES w. BIBBaTtT, Hotal —L.E.8. Diploma in Fducation. [VI fjhatl Technical Supervisor to e ____, %  • Hillington Works in Glasgow is %  ~ Science Matter Ketuma now here on u short visit staying M NAT CARMICHAEL. at the Ocean V H • Science Master of Harrison He arrived during the week by College, returned from Jamaica air after paying a visit to the hy HWIA ,, b mini fsafantln*. lie i* now passing %  riding thr.e veck 1 hollthriaigh tinWatt Indies on his day there. WKf back home AO' ATlt 1'LUM (l.\i:.MA IM.mUr.Only) i rorw TO i>w %  • a sa IDSK.III t. III-I.W Maosn Mia *it Dm f riM*iUiUm ol H-to.rt Loiili Stevmorra TKEA.SLRE ISLAND" t MUBOT NEWTON HOHBY Dl i a..i %AU Ms-si a— i>*MMI Hrflf are low and rii6a. r B.B.C. RADIO PROGUAMME S1ATUHDAV. SgPTIMIir.H IS. IS! II Id %  m l>(.. l fiiininr Hatwl*. 1 m Baiutiland, II V> a ••• KI T II M IVM.II Tli. N I l,.i. —a.u a-M— i>.s M Oil p m Thr Nf. 4 11 t, 4 II i> iti Rustiy l. i a'l Hall l.ii p li. at. Lewr. I IB p k. sao v Mi %  >"' %  mm % %  I'arBrt* -IBIi pm — aUi •* .'ill St m 1 00 p m Thr Na, llogm Naw Analyait. 1 19 p m Hrl I T<-v New. 7 43 pin Frlttm Haplrv. %  00 p m I)a HEADED MONKEY" AND "HAKli BOILED BOO" %  It. U; p. u ii. a %  I ii-nJ H Mil>rl r real* 7i taca'tti ut. 1 ttat* I IN I ... (J, I 1 %  %  %  %  -. '-a*| lb Ml,181 ..i mala* r o K tii Ji i'ii>i u II aoi quit* rude, iJi %  ne ifarrr>. (J) Wt. On' ^specsiit Mi It, (41 •js Finite uf UM apcciea. i"i btmn 1. tin.a Ug lion* reatHCUW rr<-. i Mrgetfa> %  i at -.ni SB. Ni %  • a cottot. oat*, il, /. five, n |4I la itiMi^ i UDU.-.I obtraur. toi IS. I'.trfrr to Oissrr about Urn*. 5 %  i. (ol lor bitini MtcMain. .&> II. aaerp-iitiaf Bird. iai 1 lkai.ni %  .. fuitw. 10 I'..I %  STC. Arnw. tStna*. O am; it, MtffP. H. *>lr* Oaaja,: J |f-r..,i, a B Ufooa: & friai.ii?. • SEE HOW THEY RUN" BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY 8.30 ajn. EMPIRE THEATRE All SKIIS Krsrrvcd in. i: .i. i MJai nor. $i: mk UM Ban M Mw ••• WtdiifMlny 19lh. Tliurdoy 2th. Plata! 21*1 Al H.U0 p.m. MiUmt i Friday 2isi Baataaaai m •'> aja. BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB lib! rm -^ M -^D\AU 2310 I— \ i...si aisgura HOfioH TO.ItAY ,.. „ ., O^na SWASM,'. BTlttM H ILDaW > %  Von HTHOHIDI -StxSMtT Ktm.it nm rx-rz. .1.1.. (, D..-IIOHHO. IN M.SH.II.N M „, ., „, ( OMr..S K%  -. iI'Al.it. I,,r fcHHOI fl[ H -ICA-.-i. ask for LI \i u\ TOILET SOAPS IMflRUI lltllllR • IIMIIN HIOSStlM • HI I I HHllMII I LA/A DUI IHI rmiAi Warsaars <-.:., Rack lln aag Saarar r.H.i Randolph BCOTT-B. V.rsinM MAYO "an* CIAKK ootoop Mciur •-...i > %  >>. i. a>< ( •II Ii "LI %  i ,, %  Taiooaa MANii A IK TV THE GARDEN — ST. MHH THEY MADE ME A f RIMINAL L UOHCEY >na IM D*>.l I'lt-iiif/hi viail CLUB HIORG AN The moil Beautiful Night Club from Miami in Rio with a uxirld-uHde rrputatlon for good food Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 lor ruinations EMPIRE TO-DAY TO Tt'ESDAV 4.15 .I5 kg,. 1 *!...• a .1 '''• " "'"' %  % J Mi.t-loilii^ /'7^^aaaa*.*oI o> *•*'• •* WfSrr ^ %  ^~^aV^\ KIDDING MAICH PARKS-HALE mrk -"•• -J & Kxlra : // I'OMMIMTY *--F SINGS W.LLABD PUCMiR UNA MUtKtL • MAN Rf ED lanaa n l> M J.m. pal Caaat Saaaa i coLuans riciaii II O Y A I. oday u> Sund — 4.M A . IS Mon. and Tue.. — 4 30 & I.IS 20th C-Fox Double Fox Double Ann BAXTEH Clark GABLE Dan DAI1.EV 1 LOY in TICKET TO TOMAHAWK" •MANHATTAN MELODRAMA and BOD HI BI.IE HEAVEN" •YELLOW SKY %  Starring Starring Hetty GRABLF. 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