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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEM § 2° 21, 1981 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

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eros ej Uses made “extraordinary progress’#4j

To Ineriminate defences as the twelve-nation

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Political observers generally be-, days trom now with the cry that ny Sennet 0. eee Re COMEY DARE CEA Wie 2eCOre 1 .
bitterly divided between Con-| Britons now can place in power | NINTH CORPS H’QRS, BookMAKe., Harry Gross who with an agreement on plans to revise
one, but one of London’s biggest|an effective Cabinet “not misled is KOREA, Sept. 20 efused testimony in court, woula War II peace treaty despite Soviet objections.
bookmakers was offering one to' by class warfare or doctrinal The United States Army's disclose u picture of “patice cor- 5 asainiecaboame ty
five odds on a Churchill victory. | fallacies.” second ranking Commander in ne tion from bottem to top. “All are concerned with making
The same bookie Stuart was lay-; His shadow Cabinet is made up Korea said __ today that the Che court at MeDonala’s reques! he Atlantic Powers sufficiently
ing three to one against Labour.) cf younger Tories who advise hfm|â„¢0rale of Chinese Communist revoked the bookmakers parole U. K. Buys s Oil strong to discourage aggression
Churchill enthusiastically picked] and help fight his battles in Par- bobo is peeing and that and ak ear a to jail. tt ser ee ote toamge ten gg
up the General Election challenge! liament. Attlee’s brief announce- }* enders have reached an un- september 27 for the sentencing ot a R . | inal Council meetin eR : a -
but promised the British people! ment by radio to the country said precedented rate. ross on his plea of guilty to 6¢ 4 rom umania Sn Pn bel hae play
} 4 he oy’? oeiie ; e ec f cm ing on ached ¢ xtre é
pe a oe Pils ae of] the Labour Farty want a decisive This deterioration occurred eae eee eon . STs jegree of harmony’ on major
slood, sweat and tears” if he} vote of confidence from the people] despit« increased enemy fire c LONDON. Sept, 20 issues
we after 18 months of Government) power and improvement in| x Apology: The editor of the The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company | ‘The Twelve Nation North Atlan-
“The road will be hard and up-| with only a small majority in ee ort, Lieutenant General Peking Communists’ official paper ut off from its main source of oil |e Treaty Council told Russia on
hill,” Churchill warned, if his bid| House of Commons William Hoge “‘Comdinanding IN ciberation Daily, omitted to print}in Iran has concluded a deal to] @riday that the Western Powers
to oust Socialism from Britain Labour’s margin on important! the Ninth Corps. said at “‘Wonte i message of congratulations fron uy 200,000 tons of oil from Com- | will not be deflected from build-
after its six-year trial succeeds votes has been only from six :o| quarters to Mao Tse-Tung on the} “unist Rumania ing up their defensive strength by
The official campaign will not}10 in a 625-seat House since! (Hoge’s statement led to im-|{ oceasion of V-J Day. The editor The ‘Soviet satellite’s willingness | mere empty words about peace
| start until Parliament is dissolved|February 1950 elections. The] mediate speculation on the pos- to print a public apology in a]} © part with oil even for £1,000, This declaration approved at
| n October 5. but the election ma-| Labour Party took power in 1945 | sibility that Communist High iter issue. He admitted that aj 00 surprised many officials here. | the final day of the meetings al

rave political error had been East and West have been fighting | ojeared the way for revision of the
des@ly cold war to keep oil

chinery of all parties—alerted for) It now has an effective majority

weeks for a_ possible election jof SLX.

started operating today ; Attlee appeared to leave uo!
doubt he wanted a popular en-| Hoge said “More prisoners

Churchill summoned an emer-|dorsement of his policies not only, @7¢ being captured in one sector;
gency meeting of his Shadow Cabi-lover attacks from Conservatives} in a day than we got along 5
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Command might agree to resume
armistice negotiations.)



ommitted, : Italian Peace Treaty. The declara-
Flying Saucer A mysterious rom each other tion said that “all obstacles” hin-
nad flyin B object was chased re- Briiish officials hailed the agree- dering closer North Aviende co-
itly by two American Airforce |} ment as an example of the advan- ee on oat equal footing
C ia a . ee cers . ig FAs. iag r kee , > ade should be remover
A camera-shy Russian officet mites his face coyly behind his hand Hcers in a jet plane travelling ore RaePAne Oper Seage: Were To the Soviet Union which was
as the photographer takes thif p*ture of Field Marshal Sir William aL New Jersey at 450 mph [She Communist bloc Britain has

net—top Conservative Party advi-|but also over the Left Wing sec-|eptire front during the summer
sors—to review election strategy.|tion of the Labour party that Desertions which were a rarity

P. taff , , ‘ct reference
a i i 4 P . C t P 1g? . . : fused to t t jemands fror not mentioned by direc
The annual Conservative ‘arty opposes so much spending for é few months ago, are increa Slim, Chief of the Imperial General Staff (centre) and Major General t th thing” left them far be-~ TChsec o bow to demands from

the U.S. that it halt all trade with the Council declaration said that





~ i. M. M. A. R. West, G ffice of as i \ g Q é e

Conference scheduled for October|}rearmament; the Liberal party|ing daily. Some Reds show such} ‘proops in Austtia Might) gerching aa etheiat Tatar ee by, Bettinh eee SS oad wre £000 tp h , | the East firstly the “persistent attempts to
10-—15 at Searborough was _can-| which has only nine seats in the] @ desir for freedom that they ceremony whereby the American forces took over the polici: Share a 1 emo wa ave } No longer carrying ofl away divide the people of he ; at h
celled today due to the proximity|Commons but holds a strategic]SWim across rivers to surrender » ig of the na v invasion of butterflies | po), Iran, Anglo-Iranian tanker: Atlantic community will fail

Inner City from the Russian tyoops. Only in this eity, occupied by







of the elections position between the 313-seat|—a>d water is mighty cold this} the four Powers, could such a piccure be t varms of dragonflies which | will call at the Rumanian port of | Those who make these attempts
: . t in > | i » taken of frie >stro iene ; x er BISA PGES ¢ rs i , ;
The former _ wartime leader [Labour party and the 297-seat] time of the year | tion in one ceremony. Sapreie OPY participa troyed the insects on the AP~| Constanza over the next thre¢ go ng unger ene ya ‘ neues k a
greeted Prime Minister Attlee’s| Conservatives. ii | Ss yen ine This time last yea | months to ferry fuel oil to British [the strength of the close ties be
announcement that the country Anthony Bden. Conservative Boe yestes - how ; ey on ids of butterflies literally cover-|naval and merchant ships in. the ree _ OT oe
will vote on October 25, just 35|deputy Party leader avas expect- veteran -ommunist troops have | d San Remo, making the roads} Middle East. Secon¢ ly e threat ing
; been chewed up. The new men, a “ i ‘e : aie UP ternational situation” browght the
nes (ed to hurry back to London from a ; ppery and dangerous with their | P : cathe s
‘ . he said are better equipped and s} twelve nations together inva de
an Italian holiday. Some predict ; quashed bocie : _ 4 ‘ eufh
. . well supplied with fire power but . } fensive alliance “to greate suffi-
Y's that if Conservatives win, the fax Ualaw Mika: Abke wn? the Cos Fire: The life-long ambition to cient strength to preserve theli
DA aged Churchill would take the} ' 1 te os ’ m= ypen a Stamp shop with his col- B: | ‘ | N] BR: t I 2 d liberty
YESTER Prime Ministry for a few days|™Unists used last year » | (ection of 70,000 stamps was ful arbados ats Orhieaty. WA "sarles of spcaalied
WEATHER REPORT ae + ey pe gen turn “In two weeks we have ti ken} j anspor aii eS illed wast week by a Durban man . peace efforts as vague in language
1e jOb over to Eden 53, or some 2 . > * jut one night th el th ) Ae » as 1y are obscure in c ent, are
From Codrington other younger Tory. ae ‘< ee = . on oe mr with ve oe : ; my ee 1e shop m ressiveé = they ere a ae ys oon ee th -
: IL: ao 4 ’ : . = Chinese army than we took from By FRANK H. BARTH 1 amps worth &£ 16,000, | made from time to time u 1
Rainfall: .99 in. Churchill who will be 77 on} thair predecessors in two months (By h : OLOMEW) as burnt out. Thirty other busi North Atlantic community will
Ln oar Month to ae = is suffering from despite the fact that these oa TOKYO, Se pt. 20 1 ©s were gutted in the £500,000 | “ GEOR TOWN Gent 20 test these offers by deeds that fol-
ate: 6. 8. nereasing deafness. h Tr ] je J Zs 7 : rk ak , sept. 2
: . e av .% nition ¢ fe 1e largest fleet of transpoi E . ‘ line » centre : ' low them.
Highest Temperature: 85.5 Ms My. Clement Attlee, Prime etiiter’ att inking fire Smee ‘ to be delivered eithe Sc ae “nee eter ec ie-about K ret Me ‘ede ax tnd fir | The Barbados cricket team ar- They will never reject any gen-
Lowest Temperature: 75.5 °F Minister for six years and three : ; | aimunte to cornered Mis ae ie ee tade hs ph he first riving at 2.45 pm, at Atkinson [uine move for peace but will not
Wind Velocity: 7 miles per months on election day, starts| Red artillery can. now fire] Claimants to ownership under a decision of the British | 7 "°2 ih Amer a history is Field yesterday received an official | be deflected from building up their
mien aiis (9 a.m.) 29.966 |for Scotland to-day. He will} more rounds than previously but | Court at Hong Kong expected at any iimne ; 7 . eres ol ae gir! welcoine trom. the BG. Cricket lagiensive strength by mere empty
* haere SAL oats {address the annual meeting of the] there is no aceuracy, “They Sevent: fi é ve tei rpiacden to bull~ officials including well-known, jn=) words of peace.”
Ghia > 26-00 asi a) i ae Ore le leaeeuanne on eaeh euake y airevaft ate iuvorved valued at. $4,750,000. The}ight ia America, she went to tercolanial ‘ar lik { Cc m -
ae . = 7 r - . , . » Council also agreed to in
! — Tan a a tT kent eT tet Ae (LP) | planes are of U.S, manufacture and are under U.S, registry. | Mexico. There she got tossed on | Green, Sane 7 Seer ne me



, ' Berkely Gaskin, Kenny | vite Eisenhower to its next meet-
They are at present impounded by the British Court at Kai]@ bull's horns, pawed under hiv tWishart, international Snume ing in Europe. British Foreign

H T H A l iil bio airport in Hong Kong but are guarded by Chinese | ?°%° 7 missed ates completely 04 |Rrowne and Barbados-born Justice | Minister Herbert Morrison won :
MW t ee Civilians, some } ret > ed i ler first pass with the sword, killed [, R, L. Ward. delay in plans to have the nex
ouse oO ouse ppea \\ ] U.S. Must Rely On | - of whom wear the Communists insignia m neatly with her se hed "in ars meeling in Rome on October 29

Siiercastesialinlindenicnnenll ’ econd The ter “ ri
The team turned out for practice British elections will make it



















































: iges awarded her the bull’ ‘
* ' - res i A guard with the replica of tt wardec ! ! earin»t the beautiful draught board
: * . or ood s ; be’ i" 18s , . reparation
Be Made For J’ca Sufferers Force To Keep U.S. Ti Chinese Communtee Hae ete ee | toe 9 good frst try Joule. ground twice, today, Rane | impossible for proper, preparation
; i bs tempted tc | t Opinion; Master salesman Henry er Will } ; oy the British Cabinet officers
i 1 ted | revent his corres ¥ . : 7 7 tage lihlame imselt COMMING Tee » vt ‘ 1s."
Jeane chr T :. pondent f tal t } ord Il, is evitical of the methods t¢ regaraiess OF Who wine
a ‘ gal: . - I it fro aking pictu the cricket togs ¢ ying with \
Over 230 packages of clothing, hardware, foodstuffs, etc., I eace British Turbine mp6 und bales if rae # - f a salesman of ideas on the other | om - stot + te t a Agreement aie ye" Ty nee
: 1 ed a t and summone . forepare 1o w lean . f ‘nt o r i~
have been collected at Queen’s Park by the Hurricane Relief TRUMAN e other guards with similar identifi- | “"4°,,0f the Tron Curtain Says} Both wicket and grins 1 are in bl) sr s te eS gh
. : i ; t milé lent 4 S ; ‘ : « ¥ d are » ) a 7. eg
Organisation, for Jamaica hurricane victims. Engines cation buttons as the picture-tak Stalin is making at least one Jaxcellent condition, but it pro-|the risks of war against the risk
The organisation was set up twelve days ago by Mr. Mc D.| By MERRIMAN SMITH Sha ed 7" ing § ntinued 2 . bad ni tn ee iis is trying to se) | vides no hounce for pace bowlers, |of overbalancing European econo-
a ‘ ‘ aye caadiioe . atl va an ie Ol N, Se} ) e decision of the ong Kon WO COMMUCTINg Ideas a ue i Ithough wt Brads V ne »* toward war production
Symmonds, Churchwarden of St. Michael, with the help WASHINGTON. Sept. 20 A United State Airlinag Court awarding them to one © | time . righteous .desire for], gh when Bradshaw opened | mies towarc eo ak tee
f Mr. H. H. Williams. Secretary , + ASHINGTON, Sept. 20, : ‘ ip a few balls rose bail high. It] The Committee will hav
of Mr. H. H. Williams, Secretary of the Y.M.C.A, President Truman said Thursday] '@Presentative, said U.S., failure (o or the other may in the opinion of |U"'versal peace wrapped up in #!seems as if spinners Holder, Mar- | headquarters in Part
First shipment of the articles that the U.S. must rely on force velop turbine engines for military men have an appreciat mstant threat to wage world !shall and Bi anker will be a —U?P
will be sent to Jamaica by the athe tha diplomacy to pre-| Passenger planes has driven. the effect upc the ar situation in u V . , f : ; gtreoitia
a 2 rather lan iplomac pre ation i much work a
S.S. Colombie on October 3, it is} ADVOCATE J’CA serve peace and make certain|*® the British market, where Orient } Campaign: Australian security 3arbados batsmen confident
. expected. Packing begins today | Russia lives up to her international everal excellent engine topes a: a unists are adjudged the se*vice officials report that Com- | the wusiiataen . coinicas ons o - on Th “ADVOCATE”
Sng the Relief Organisation *.) RELIEF FUND agreements vailable lawful owners the ill be pre-|â„¢unists are conducting a camera | stroke making to the delight of a Rm
a that the public will do} THE FUND took only a As much as we dislike it the a were ie more interested sented with a ready 1 le ir] tt} mr dgn against them Com- | big crowd entehina _ e one pays for NEWS
their utmost to make whatever : President solemnly told his news} '? 1e powerful efficient turbine feet for troop movement, twic ‘ s with telephoto lens have 7? - aie
contributions they can as weithes | an sorward Ser anz. | conference, this is necessary under, &Méines displayed at the big Farn large as any fieet now Seiad tn ais e de tected shotaareuhine men we but early in the morning the Dial 3113
as possible, so that they may be}] jmportant. Once it is open — the present circumstances borough air show than they Orient. excepting only the clomes- usr «y thought to be security agents ine the 'b Pe. Sonne Nigh
in time for the first shipment.}] and it still is—it must go for- He said however that the oan aL British passenger planes tie service of the Philippines ai report suggests the Communist aeeatiite Je “y" both ways and Day or Nig t
Business concerns who have] ward United States will not misuse its{ emseives, lines party is anticips ; 7 p 8. Good: Inpression
E " 8. pating the result of
se ackage a > ; ower and will ntinue; to seek . ‘ ; f lane: +t t ! , SS
prom! f d packages and empty 3 A picture of the nugtisane Reale a tig oe — The Farnborough show whic i the J lan are ! = ove nationwide referendum on the =
cases are especially being asked | amage on this page speaks Sroements Bee np wc iasted a week and wound up la 5. claimants they will offe red} Suppression of Communism and is
to do so at the earliest opportunity for itself. the U.S., must continue to build immediately after reconditioni: if b ,
Por. tha: Panera sakann ane “( IS IT NOTHING To you? up its strength so that it will be Monday with an attendance o! to th 1 Nat sm itionin / ographing security service men
“ae » reason. vera ? Ss & § i v 2 , Fel r ‘ o the nited Nation ( fe warn p ‘ er '
ladies have already volunteereq to|} ~-Who'have not yet “subscrib- in position to enforce ugreements on ae were included 7 "8 in the Korean airlift or for >| a eee ee
help with the packing ed? Are you going to help, or In that way ne said agreement ap tn . reat 4 Sonn oe 5 OU" other military transport | e e ®
a ° s 2 7 t 0 je omet uch a ast ‘
Persons who are desirous of not? Whichever course you will be kept oer ate me Willaue ind Viajor vi | >
sending parcels to cuunnites Park decide to. follow to help the Truman said Communist by | chy aS pney for passenger s¢€ pile Claire Lee Chenna lt of \ ts an Can No Longe v
but find it difficult to do so can ba peat a ag pa efi their aggression in Korea and other |, ay tor "Sir Une oper ms?’ : Tiger fame are the America (
phone the Park between 7 a.m. and daar eae Ste aes bea actions have compelled the U:S., | ‘x ‘turt / ) ‘rok er ah 1 rs ; contendine for vY Lontribute T oO
p * Sin. f receive and grate- : rce. W 3 ni . 5 ) engine me
5 p.m, each day, and avail them- fully acknowledge. ’. ty (ichoitices to iestacos pothesis a turbo jet tope which powe K i R ‘lj if FOR
selves of the scout-Messenger Am Pte: ack. $11,117.20 he aati they will bane it, combat planes except that pows First Hand Story orea ‘ ief
service there Advocate Co., Ltd, rege ° s harnesse é »jler
service po ‘shes x. ¥, Z 1.00 He added that is the reason|!§ harnessed to a propels This stor a GENEVA, Sept. 20
7 . om “ : : 4 : 7 tc edn Tag | a ; ry hi een coverc first Siding Whe 4
Mr Sysiinatds tore the Advocate o i * 100 i ad bie oe : defence pro-| U.S, airline representatives said hand, There were no reports rh the Iran is no longer able to con- r
Mr. Sy t e i bee ie aramme. The possibilty of main-|ihey are installing turbo proy tue \ tribute to Korean relief because of ’
esterday thé » ame onts c Canadian Bank of Commerce Bos Baa oa oo See eh = ae aot j ‘ Sle g proj ituation appearin n any Hong y - wer.
yesterday that he has p anned to W. W. Watkins 10.00 taining peace will be stronger }engines in ome airliners now Kong newspa; , its oil difficulties the United Na- }
make an all-out drive in the City Barelay's Bank (D. C. & 0.) than ever if the U.S, goes for-|peing built. In contrast with piston repulat are eee) aCe British} ‘ions Economic and Social Council
and suburbs one day next week Stokes & Bynoe Ltd 50,00 ward with that programme—if we | an, nov ; j eae won = prohibits comment) was told Tt day ,
‘ Royal Bank of Canada : ngine iow used, turbo props) upon any litigatic j t] lursda
for contributions to the relief ap- Music Lover 10.000 stick to our knitting. \have no vibration and give much! fore » 4 itish co cote ee \. Hs Mevierdah, tranien: gele~
peal. This will be in the form of A Sympathiser 1.00 He emphasized that the U.S..|icy er noise levels and might add 4 BP ” A Gaur . rate aid his country had been Almost two hundred year
a house to house appeal by the —— does not want to use ferce but! ; 1 nil tus however is the situation at] naking “modest” contributions to ago that eminent English
a th
ppes >) Total 11.192. 20 is much as 50 to 100 milk Pel Tip vomeht TY { ‘ , , .
scouts, and any item ever so small te ats must have ability to meet force|pour to the speed of the Constel-| agin " nited States} the Korean Relief Programme man of letters, Dr. Samuel
ml with force if peace ti ssure 7 : ! _ 7 oviginally supplied these aircraft Donald Kingsley, Agent General Johnson. gave the opinion
peace is Lo be assured. }iation airplane. T Wwe i1 fuel ‘
@ On Page 7 U.P. au RarTens ‘ © the Chinese Nationalist Govern or the Korean Reconstruction that “Claret is for boys
ok -. economy While not yel comparable - 7 +
- da aiaeiinntinetiin Svitesinchieelaatesnidecantenins Salemnbodaetan’ ial ici a Rilke aa ah {ment to set up ar nternal tr \ageney, called on member Gov- port for men; but he who
with that of piston engines is yet artat ’ , nments t tep | their contri aspires to be a hero drinh
‘= 4 1 ree ‘ ’ treater thi at o ts. partation and communication et FOTASIW. WO. Sak UP She: Gamat y= ee rete “4 me ~
On E “WICKED q TY q LI B ee han that of turbo U . work. ition beyond the present brandy Dr. Johnson lived
—U.P. Mt tibutent” the -remathi: y} commitments in view of the in an age, however, when
= dates ao re ' . incalculable jestruction ir men took their, drink-
| Chiang K -S “a t oe TGR - Korea _ing rather seriously, and when scores of little gin-div
‘ ° ‘ ore *alsenen authorize Hen Kingsley told the Economie and nd drinking-houses in the back-street ee \
’ > ault anc riNlaue te , malt . ) 1 uCO i in nk ; i vi yack -stree oO ondor
Communists Ste ~P eae W I : oa >a e pro social Council that his organiza encouraged prospective customer vith the sign
) T . J . “ ele wel With tk ior present allocation of $250,- |
Up Disorder ‘ Fein of the Hong Kong police | 900,000 could cover only a fractior DRUNK FOR Id.; DEAD DRUNK FOR 2d.”
’ the wo mer vho ere ther t the damage whieh he estimatec
. . perating cis ra 10 i react 14 total of nearly Those were lust day wher f tinctior
‘ y > ’ I i | é I r y a vhen men of distinctio
Campaign In Be rlin ervite thr ugh non-Commut 2.000000 000 -U.P. thought little of whetting their appetites with three
! re ectcrs of the Orient put or four bottles of port, and capked a hearty meal wit:
Communi gratin - ( = ere ee ee op a further half-a-dezen bottles of claret Take th
1 SUS Ste *¢ up t > ve . .
ampaign to et oy I disorders i ‘On a pb . he King W ill Carry case of Charles Mildway, Lord Fitzwatte1 He was a
i aig ) é i 3 n the sixth day fearing riot by ¢ great ladies’ man in his day and it said that when
the Wests weice ma toviete ’ b i 5 de d it i ai at when
tightened’ thelr srdnaletiold Om emmunist sympathizers, the Co On As Usual he was well past the age of eighty-four, he lived fur
Bet lin 7 missioner of Poli rdered the many months on fourteen barrels of oysters, two dozen
Ccirueniee ; aie urged to g Jards oft. : LONDON, Sept. 20 bottles of port and seven bottles of brandy a week!
ittend a “ setae’ ally” tonig sht oF Seo ympathizers mover [wo statements indicated to- We are assured by the historian that his was by no
‘ a I st ré Reus r 1 imediately Chennau nc hat King George VI intends means an exceptional case.
; }the East-West border and it v Ww a, ‘ber went to : » carry on as usual, but the “f te ee
! |" ported that a band of Cor ie aha abthins stery surrounding his health From “Let Mine be. Wine
j munist youths last night made a] Keg an eens ok rernained as deep as ever by G. R. De BRUYN
= 4 raid into the West. | aircraft “but wel Some Londoners were heartened kL y 7 Tr y
| era | eens fo Sshotnnenicns that the Kine |) NK IN MODERATION .
ol 1id about me be a + 7 l open the new variiament on
a the Free German Youtt ‘. q ' ’ a vernber 6 and that his tour to K W V
Com ust youth organization)far ¢ es t t I | * ; '



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sector and tore dawn the barrie’ China. except for «minority ti ie" aknough n'a seduced “eae. PAARL TAWNY
affic because it was unsafe |" Natior I r | , that ther ha | ‘been : struc 7 ~ WEMMERSHOEK
|, the Bridge crosses the Land: th Br tain nd the U.S. | No further expla ation wa ‘otters (Medium Sweet Table Wine)
lof Kreazsberg a sind, the Repiak (oe ene, Ser ae ered | SHERRY NO. 1 }
| Jinto the canal and s Peking Regime and the court sub-| | Three, of the ning doctors whe /if SUPERIOR BRANDY
| PES Se arate ee eee (emer ee eign emu nse alata he received ||} AP He'w KW.V. -.. Hee GOODE
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951
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ISS HAZEL SCOTT, T Bile: curs Sanpee acm . r
SS HAZEL § rinidé G Cooper
ied peut. present | “DAL ww PLAZA ®10WN THE DAMNED pai s i Cara SEE
playing at the London Palladium, Ss ee DIAL 2310 vee ere YOUR LAST OPPORTU NITY TO SEE
is B 1 t c B ih re d Britain’s leading variety theatre. TO-DAY 2.30, 445 and 830 p ed Cont = Pialte 4.48
‘ exeellency the Governor, : During one of he erformance Ty Y
ac to anada t g °o rer performances - ” y ee
Hi Lady Savage Miss Pat she played some of Liszt’s music WOMAN ON PIER 13 & _* FIGHT FILM * | oR SEE How 7 HEY wet XN
Savage mma ~ emg ao Ar spending a holiday in to “boogie-woogie” and the Daily Laraine Day—Robert Ryar i Sater Mateh!
AlCOM paneer 1. SN nee Barbados, Mr. Harold Grell Express described her act as “wit, John Agar—Thomas Gomez MIGHLIGHOD .t nLae ene ils Ty <7
Vaughan, Private Secretary vis- and Mr. G. Easdon returned to beauty and sensational.” oe orore—a—— KK —eE—EE THE HILARIOUS COMEDY
ited the Barbados Museum yes- SPECIAL Sat. 2nd 9.30 a and 1.30 p.1



Canada last Saturday morning by
T.C.A. Mr. Grell was staying at Movie P CODE of the LAWLESS & ARIZONA TRAIL
“Maséot” Worthing and Mr. Loses Movie Part ietay Grant—Prusay, nigel Johnny Mack Brown

Easdon at “Sandhurst,” St. Law-

terday evening to see the exhibi-
tion of the Barbados Camera
Club.

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First Visit rence Gap. Barbara Payton’s penalty for OISTIN ’ . 7
AYING her first visit to Bar- J list Visit being the object of the affections -PLALA Dial — as A a ETY Sine 6.90 TO-DAE
Dados is Miss Clare Sloane- a of Franchot Tone and Tom Neal | TODAY 4.3 and 8.30 p THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES|| ~——— aoe -
Seale, Associate Executive Di- R. JOHN TULL of the Edi- in their pre-dawn battle last and Continuing Satis TO-DAY To Sundey.-a:38 p.m OPENING TO-MORROW 4.45 and 8.30
rector of the Y.W.C.A., in Trini- M ‘ ‘ fini . week was the loss of a movie Return Match Ma. webdey OO Oe
dad. Shearrived on Monday by ans torial Department of the part The blonde was dropped Randy Turpin - Sugar Ray Robinson adnan |
B.W.1.A**for two weeks’ holi- Trinidad Publishing Co. who has from the leading role in “Lady Also the Double Feature! . = ; vi | ws ~ Sipe agonal. -
day and is staying at “Leaton- oP See eee me be- In The Iron Mask” by Monogram te aera ae om see “a
on-Sea” The Stream. fore, is _ ak aeete or a oo Studios. A studio spokesman TARZANAAND THE HUNTRESS |) Color br * Techie) \ h f
2 : two wee Ss 0 iday. e arrived said doctors reported Miss Pay- ee Johnny Weissmuller Welsamullar ? inicolor e story oO
From Trinidad on Tuesday by the Fort Amherst (°° 125 “too emotionally upset*I} "anna ne pl Jengetes Sorte ee rere. :
‘ eee Ri as and is staying at “Mayville”, 0" “Was d y ups Saturday 22nd 9.30 an _S._2-_Sakall—Raymond Massey Valerie and Ben
RS. JUSTINA JENVEY of The Stream. to begin the work.—U.P. ogee. ecKARoon
Cornelio Street Woodbrook, ror a - ant TAG pi MIDNITE Sat. 22nd ss
Port-of-Spain, is spending ten Trinidad Nurses HOUSEWIVES BLAMED ouw ng mn Sat. Hind s MYSTERY OF THE ISTH GUEST Hogan the §y
days holiday here staying at PRODUCTION in America fell Robert Paige ae “ion | Dick Purcell and who never cave tl
“Leaton-on-Sea,” The Stream. ‘ - ISS ROSE WILLIAMS and last month to its lowest of the “BOSS OF BOOM TOWN DAWN ON THE GREAT DIVIDE” | g ‘iP
She arrived earlier in the week Impossiblé claim eo ee Speeive oan es re year—only 113 per cent. above Rod Cameron and Fuzzy Knight Buck Jones nd th iy] A
by B.W.I:A. and was accom- Miss Emlyn Senhouse, both August 1933 compared with =— a e gar who ke
panied by her daughter Joyce A Card from Moscow nurses from Trinidad are now June's 122. The housewives’ - Te never let hi > i
who is with Barclays Bank. HE Russians are sending out holidaying in Barbados StayiN& buying go-slow, in protest against} —__ er be “%
Mrs. Jenvey is Miss Sloane- postcaras decorated with the at “Leaton-on-Sea”, The ee. high prices, is blamed. Rearma-
Seale’s aunt. portrait of A. S. Popov to radio They arrived here a week ago by ment production could not offset -DAY
2 amateurs in Britain. » B.W.LA, . < the fall in output of consumer
On Holiday The name means little in this odknnd tee bade. goods.
ISS LORNA HAGLEY of country. But underneath Popov’s - . oe ne aeeneenene-meannabeenesr nn nen ema .
Grenada who arrived here Picture the Russians print the Sie net nae ae 0 ene B B ( R di p 5 & 8.15 p.m. & CONTINUING
o * the last week-enc by words: Inventor of“radio, May 7, * * ; “ i - ., ‘ YOUNGE THERS
B wei hg spending — days 1895. This was a year before Home in Port-of-Spain A. hadio Programme FRANK and JESSE JAMES “t THE YOUNGER BROTHER
holidaying at Super Mare Guest very same ae Lanse fe give - eal Senhouse who was_ in ay FRIDAY, Sept. 21 951 tS eS =
ouse, orthing. She is a ~n- his first public demonstrations arbados two years ago is em- 5 am. Programme Parade, 25 we oe EERE
ee ae E Julies b Co. L 2s ployed at the Caribbean Medical 4:7%;, Listeners’ Choice, 11,45 a.m. World 3 i mee
Commission agents of St ecture Admission Centre and plans to remain here » m. News Analysis 9 t B i d Th | cumtuny 10x
George's In London Mr. S. M. Eisen. for another two weeks. 1.00 — 6.45 19.76 M } e un- un ering ory € in e
For A Month Conk teen aie W.I. Athletes “4 pm The News, 410 p.m, Inter Train Robbery In America’ Glenn FORD - Anne BAXTER - Benn OKEEFE Follow The Sun
ISS TECLA AGOSTINI of English valve company | relates jude, $16, p.m. Flint Of ie Fees First Great Train ery in Americas | with JUNE HAVOC - produced by SAMUEL G. ENGEL - Directed ty SIDNEY LANFIELD
Y. deLima & Co Ltd.. Moscow in 1901. RECENT report from Eng- p.m. Composers of the Week, 5.20 p.m | Scse00 Play by FREDERICK Sdaaree NNAN + Based on an Article by Frederick Hazlitt Srennan Published in the Reader's Digest
jewellers of Port-of-Spain, is now Popov was asked for his views i lang says that George Dence Music, 6.00 p.m, Merchant Navy







Programme, 6.15 p.m. Trans-Atlantic
Lewis, one-time Trinidad sprint Quiz 6 45 pm Programme Parade, 6.55

champion, is thinking of turning pm. Today's Sport

History ! . . . a$ seen from behind
the gunsights of the

in Barbados for a month’s holiday on newspaper reports that Mar-
staying at “Accra,” Rockley. She coni had spanned the Atlantic



arrived earlier in the week by by radio. He replied that his attentions to the quarter- 7. 10.45 25.53 M 31 32 M : y > ‘
B.W.1A. Marconi’s claim was impossible; mile. He has written to McDon- 7.00 + ie The News, 1.10 °D.m. Nowe West's Worst outlaws! ROY AL OLYMIE ic
if it could be done only by build- ald Bailey and Arthur Wint in Analysis. 7.15 West Endian Diary, wal AY . 5 v > : q i
With Shell Leaseholds ing a tower on each side of the England, asking them for advice. 7.45 p.m Think on [These Things, 8.00 Opening TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.15 TO-DAY Only 4.30 & 8.15
¥T N BARBADOS for a month’s Atlantic, So high that the radio Both are willing to help him. pm Radio Newsreel. 6.15 p.m. English Columbia Big Double . ; | Stewart GRANC i
holiday is Mr. Francis Ho who Waves could travel directly from Said Bailey: “You must admire Magazine, 8.45 p.m, Interlude, 8.55 p.m. CLUE DER Aah: Seen . ewart GRANGER in

From the Editorials, 9.00 p.m. BBC
is with Shell Leaseholds, Trinidad, top to top. a man who at an age when most Revue Orchestra, £45 p.m. World Af-

He :rrived here over the last week I doubt if the Russians boast people would be thinking of giv- fairs, 10.00 p.m. The News, 10,19 p.m.

‘““MADONNA OF THE



~ : 2 about this incident in the career 5 athletics, is just about to â„¢terlude, 15.15 p.m. Asian Survey, |
end by B.W.LA. and is staying at ®” ing up a S, 18 Just é 36 p.m. Trio. 5 . . ”
Super’ eo Gue F stae wing ©" of their pioneer tackle it from a new angle. Pro- /2,°0 Pm. Trio, 10.45 p.m “he, Capa | SEVEN MOONS
q , , mk L.E.S. viding George has kept in rea- C.B.C. PPOGRAMME
: : sonable _ tré x durir recent FRIDAY, Sept, 21, 1951 | AND
For Hurricane Relief For Further Stay me oer Te ie pgasall” why het i0dihep/ha/ scan enn NEWS
A NUMBER of West Indian te a H. J. E. EAST- aaaolt mat Hiaice s nitieie. of the 10.20 p.m 10.35 p.m CANADIAN
, YY s. Eastley : ake as sti P CHRONICT | q
studéhts are giving free LEY and Mrs. Bastley from quarter-mile. 1172 Mcs. 25.60 M | “THE WOLF MAN” i
1
secretaridl"help to the West India England who were holidaying here |





Committee, in their efforts to raise +4 the i — staying at the

money for the Hurricane Relief Hastings Hotel, have now gone to R d Sop

Fund. Last week at the West India 58m Lord’s for a further stay. upert an the orceerer 28

Committee library, students were After A Month

busy addressint envelopes, affix- FTER spending a month’s .

ing stamps end doing other minor A holiday in the island, Mrs €
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SATURDAY to MONDAY
4.30 & 8.15

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qECHN! Poramavet Presets en Maria MONTEZ — Jon HALL
KD | vee JOHNNY in

jobs. Oné of them said: “We are Marie Gill, daughter of Hon'ble
glad to be of some help.” John Radix of Trinidad, return-
ed home on Wednesday _ by ,"°
At the London School B.W.LA. She was accompanied,
Printin by her son Douglas. i
R we, FRE o ounce They were staying at Super Marc
BATCH of Trinidad who is Guest House.

as JUNGLE JIM ,,

PYGMY |

FORTY THIEVES ”’

now a student at the London CROSSWORD

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. Suggested wagon hitch ? (4)

Pit 20c; House 36¢; Baleony 48¢; Boxes 6c.
Mi“: WILFRED FRANCO. of ‘"- 7eeh Rresidess of the vad

| WEISSMULLER { «ati Basa and THE
f | In Flami Tec
Schoo] of Printing hopes to return ° ISLAND eo
to the Government Printing De- { : oh and
partment in Port-of-Spain. He if Rupert is in such a state of be- saucer gathers speed and disappears A, Ae Savage David 8 | .
said that™there is much to learn Ca “ siideanae that he doesn’t hear the into the distance. Then the big eae ak ae Svea OY} eas | Rod CAMERON battling Lawless
about printing and one has to work ry a wartior coming over the grass unt) af states at ey peas ; > ee? i } nero ides to build the Bloodiest
, » time ; : , talking at preat rate : anima ¢ r lighway I Jes
yery hard all the time. » his shoulder is held in the strong a watna t 7 arm. “This is as F 2:5 hacks id | ay in the West
: ‘ . ‘ grip a ¢ feels himself pushed on bad as ever,’’ thinks the le f, if HH i Naan OTUTOF } | The On-the-Spot Story of the Guy ;
Inter-colonial Cricket a Par (re Toes ob higher gromed. There ‘bee chunk qoednen Se douett cosy Ellen DREW iv ONE ii nt mit * in the Hotvest Brot on marin | °° CORE ORM Wewts
TURING antarcolonial erick: ! they both watch while the flying seem to be as fierce as he looks.’ ae on |
matehes, many husbands in « PLUS TONITE, LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE | TRAML”?
town, phone up their wives at . “A YVANK IN KOREA” | _
home to find out what is happen- =~ JOHN ALLEN Singing ; Ln e “Blue Moon |
+ ———_— > 4 on wonst
ing. For the benefit of those ie Fm | DOUG GRIFFITH (10 years) Singing “When Your Hair Starring with
others in the city who are unable Has Turned to Silver’ » pane x }
to listen in and follow the game, st LAM PAMMORE Sihethe ae , Ne i pee sped Lon McCALLISTER with | Fuzzy KNIGHT — Ray WHITLEY
Rediffusion will, on week days ‘and scene see leah ste Hh Singing . oo xoung \« se William ‘Bill” PHILLIPS ! & His Bar-6 Boys
on Saturday mornings, place a WINSTON RUDDER Singing “Saturday Nite
black board outside their office in Across 66 CARL BEST Singing ......... J. HMRas THE Lace eRe VOU | rrr eee
Trafalgar Street with the cricket 1. He laments the pets I miss, (9) TREVOR MARSHALL Singing Roses” |
scores of the games between British 7%. et gen’ expression of I - y
Guiana and Barbados THEE 9, Little Albert and a graduate g° Guest Star: R Q@ X Y
scores will be changed every to the heart for o funny fish, (8) MASTER ORVIL GRANDISON Singing ‘Be’ My Love’ 3
fifteen minutes. in Miikecceaoaae Te), (6 |
. 14. Three-quarters of 23 Across. (3) TO-DAY (Only) 4.30 & 8.15
Back Again 18


























































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Shell _ Leaseholds, Trinidad, 19. Conyeyed after a car, (3) 6é To’ E&” ¥ "meNa ire be
returned to Barbados on Tuesday sy Miych may depend upon it, (4) | — : RUS1 Y SA J ES A LAPFE
by B.W.LA., to join his wife and 23 qenirated 14 Across, (4) iN) | }
aratiy 7 Q 1e lide 5 24. etal from the gradient, a aio aa m .
here forthe past two weeks St0Â¥- 4) ts may goubte aaptne. (t THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY AND
: rs ‘ may soun ne i,
ing at “Sheringham,” Maxweil aS 9° @ \ate boer (anag.). (9) D, y i “ft
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold %. Greet with a kiss. | (6) ey ® > c Te sad Smashing Hounds. ate bah A ST OF THE HED VE - me
Bowen gipoutely devined puatie, (0) Highlights in Slow Motion ! ‘r 4 4
Mr. Franco who was on holiday - entertained ? ii 8) ea | etn SEB
when he came over with his nvoluntary shaking. A Sk he Somes aacatapaa ial
py evs 7 8. A sort of cake. (6) ; | 2 See
family, -is now on a business visit §: @xplosive for this evening? (6) Y \ | OPENING SATURDAY 4.45 and 8.15
in the interest of his firm. 12. Set Roy as a bivalve. (6) ee |
Trinidad Medico Leaves 18. in'all city ectablisnments, (3)
R. JESSE GRELL of Trinidad 7% Sounds the alternative meal, (2) x RANDY sucar’Ray UNDER THE THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE!
who had been spending @ | gotution of yesterday's puzzle.—Across: .
holiday in Barbados, returned Be Rounce; 6, Implart): 8, Fpdurance: ty! .
rome on Wednesday evens by ha’ aaaae 15, Stairs. it: Germiany): t 99 Jesse a
B.W.1LA. He was staying with his 19. Lee(way)s 20., 1 Relay: Bont Be 4 ‘
sister Miss Louise Grell at Mascot, , 5 mentale
Sea ates: al; 4, Nucitor:, 8, Orga: 6, Ipulas: ee || (WorLD's CHAMPIONSHIP W
Just(ice): 16 ee es Men (tor), 3 a | ‘OFFICIAL. FIGHT, FILMS Distributed by RKO RADIO PICTURES, INC
Se et ae | AT BN?
= But where are they running? Fre k JAMES " P
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MATINEES: TODAY and TOMORROW, at 5 PM i 4 a \ Ce
TONIGHT to MONDAY NIGHT, at 8.20 WHi i SON'S OPENING TO-DAY (FRIDAY) 21ST i. ha ;
Universal-‘nternational present UNE: -D: J 215 2
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Shelley WINTERS MacDonald CAREY f ‘Helena CARTE! Bas BRIDGE FOWN... | OISTIN eee b
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“ie laine Sow cadinies of tes Plane! RECORD BREAKING SALE wien. a wa0 T 7 14.30 and 830 p.m. and
{ QO g wal. é . 1 . ‘ . : 2
From the Sensational Screenplay “East of Java™ ’ pan M - and Sun Continuing Daily & :
e To Secure the Bargains they never bargained for from . hice oe Cole se bin MBDA
Dae ot aeeaest tenet < - : <3 oo% the 50 cases of New Merchandise just received for the Mon., Tues., & Wed. (3 Shows) Also: The D . Ri ot ff
ROR Oe OOO OE EO Ladies, the Gents and the Kiddies too y 118; Bae SHARIO Bah. Also: The Double Bill ge. Audie “ea a ii Hari CHAPMAN * Scott sit BRADY 4
AN TT v ‘DRESS SHOP 3 Pini, ‘seeelhdion Whe (aibeille’ oe TAT esTONY CURTIS + RICHARD ARLEN + RICHARD LONG + JAMES BEST ‘
gE x , Q e merchandise were specially ordered for the ; : - : SH Be
J NE mM opening day of our Record-Breaking Sale, but alas! Also: The Action Feature:
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LOWER BROAD STREET % they arrived late, but not too late; for Saturday 22nd
3 will be the beginning of a NEW SALE as we have new THE '
% goods so we cordially invite you to join the rank of de 7
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Beach, Afte reer = satisfied customers who shop exclusively at | i.
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Me hk ty. 5. 0 ie aib $4.73, $5.15, $6.30 Mes POGOe... .e. bsUtcn eee 7We.— $1.26 ‘ ake . |
” Kettles 3 & 4 Pts. ........ $1.56—$3.07 Cones Pots ite. .cssccis, $1.01—$1.46 | PAPER CAN BE ORDERED | HUNTRESS Send your Orders to the Ironmongery and Hardware
Mincers ......... weseeees $2,35—$3.46 Ee UGE? aioe Gaanc cee b 62¢.—$1.19 noe con ge oe
Lavatory Brushes ............... 17 MnGAbS 3). Svcs > ios scene AUREL 59c, | THROUGH THE ; Vv | without that Parking Problen
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE





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W.L. Granted $96, 710 By C.D. & W. LOOK

Grenada Gets

SALE

Sy) From Friday

$55,000 For
‘isheries

An allocation of

600) to the

£11,460 ($55,-
Government of Gre
improve fisheries wa
: three Colonial Develop-
ment and Welfare grants to West
Indian Colonies, totalling £20,145
($96,710) which the Secretary of
State approved during August

The Grenada fisheries scheme
covers the emoluments of a Fish-
ery Officer up to March 1956, the
provision of a 40-foot fully decked
launch with diesel power and sail,
and the erection and equipment of
a fish store at Gouyave

nada to

among the





he new launch will collect
catche from the small fishing
boats and transfer them ashore

leaving the fishermen more time
raising the extraction of fish pér
boat. It will also explore the off-
lying banks, and will itself be
equipped for fishing. Provision i
made for the purchase of marin
depth equipment for exploring
new banks and detecting
for the information of fishermen

The provision of a crushed ice
storage depot will greatly facili-
tate the distribution of fish, The
fishing industry is concentrated on
the leeward coast, and heavy losses
eccur, especially when the boats
return late in the day, as the ven
dors are unable to transport the
fish to the lucrative markets i:
St. George in good time, and m
means at present of storing
fish overnight except the unsatis-
factory one of keeping them in the
nets in the sea.

The scheme provides for
the construction of fish ponds for
experiments in the culture of fresh
water fish and trials with fish-
salting and the fostering of such
minor industries as turtle, man-
grove oysters, and shell fish

Roads And Airfields

The second of the three grants
approved in August was one of
£7,434 ($35,683) for the construc-
tion of feeder roads in St. Lucia.
This supplements previous grants
totalling some £18,000 ($86,000)
and provides for the purchase of
three tipper trucks and one flat
truck, and the employment for two
years of two surveyors and two
construction foremen

shoal

exists

also

STEWART FEEDS THE DUIKER





Two-and-a-half-year-old Stewart Trotter
jJeeds the duiker antelope—one of the new arrivals at the Zoo.

London Exrvress Service

Hindu Teachers

: mh ,
Object To Hostels
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-CF-SPAIN, Sept, 17
Hindu student teachers now
undergoing a two-year training
course at the Government Train-
ing College, Port-of-Spain are

objecting to their staying in
christian hostel not only on reli-
gious grounds, but also on ac-
count of the type of meals pro-
vided.

They too have received an
ultimatum from the Director of
Education, stating that their
course at College Would be can-
celled if they did not take up
residence at the hostel by Sep-
tember 24. The note continued
that such a decision was made in
accordance with the acting Min-
ister of Education, and they would

Man Arrested
For Forged Notes

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-CF-SPAIN, Sept. 17.
Trinidad police have made their
first arrest in connection with the

reports «f forgery of new cur-
rency notes

During the week end a San
Juan man was arrested at Point

Fortin on charges of uttering a
forged five dollar note to a vil-
lager and being in possession of
paper for the purpose of making
forged currency notes



C.0.L. Goes Up By
6 Points In T’dad

Hollywood And
Television Gome
To Agreement

HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 19
When television first appeared
on the United States scene pess'4
mists in the movie colony pre-
dicted a major slump in motion
icture and box office profit
Moviegoers were expected to stay

home in droves and watch ther
film favourites on the vice
screen

This actually f




while but when th 1ovelty of
elevision wore off, thousands of
fans went back to the theatres
and the proposed slump failed
materialize

While Hollywood
on turning out bigger
iln with accent at
television contented
with purchasing bulk

concentrated
and better
technicol-
itself
quantiti



of old movies from distributors
reshowing them on _ television
screens

This arrangement however has
ended. Television advertisers arc |

refusing to pay the high costs in-
volved in showing old movies or |
video, and demanding newer
terial for

ma-
their commercial shows.

Turn To Movie Studios
As a result .evision is being
forced to turn to movie studios
for. regular output of Class “B”
movies which will be utilized for
television as well as in theatres,

Hollywood film chiefs quick to
see the changing situation ordered
large numbers of “B” films to
meet the unexpected television
demand.

Movie industries
two entertainment mediums now
operate in an unofficial alliance
to mutual financial benefit



believe the

Republic studios have been the
first large Hollywood movie com-
pany to adjust itself to this trend
Already Republic estimated that
during the three years the studio
will have profited about
$12,000,000 via lease of thei:
movies to television stations
throughout the U.S

—UP.



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Just use a few drops
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September.

SENSATIONAL



DOLLAR DAY$ ARE HAPPY DAYS

Because we always improve on these $1.90
Bargains and this time values are more
SENSATIONAL than ever before as many
items are reduced far below cost

$1.00 BARGAINS

$1.00 |



Mere are Some

LADIES’ SLIPS
Black only...

LADIES’ WOVEN PANTIES
Lace trimmed......

LADIES’ ART SILK PANTIES
2 Paira for.... ee nce ee

BRASSIERES—Pink and White
2 Pairs for

GIRDLES .

CHILDREN’S AMERICAN COTTON
VESTS—2 for eR $1.00

CHILDREN’S COTTON PANTIES $i 00

2 Pairs for......
$1.00
$1.00.

CHILDREN’S HANDBAGS

“HILDREN’'S FELT HATS
Assorted Colours





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PLASTIC PANTIES (Babies) 2 for$1QQ
The third grant provided £1,244 be reposted eg thei t arta In Carlisle Bay = ¥
($5,971), the fee and travelling schools as grade B education olli- (From Our Own Correspondent) Yacht Marsaltese, Sch. Franklyn D, R }
expenses paid to a firm of con- cers. Sch, Lucille M. Smith, M.V. Preetse | I ° LA ies | 00
sulting engineers which made a It is understood however, that PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 17. i gach Ww Smith, Sch. Lindsyo ( O¢ Ol ee P PADS (Babies) 2 for .
preliminary survey of aircraft the Hon. Bhadase Saggan Maraj ‘phe cost of living went up six Phyllis Mark, Soh Aguat 1s BN Canipian
landing sites in the Windward ana has offered these students neces- points in Trinidad last month— seh

Turtle Dove, Sch

Can «
Laudalpha, ‘Sch

re tel § Mary M. Lewis entiseptic help in healing ?”
Leeward Islands. sary socomeee og where they the highest monthly increase in Sch Water Lilky U1
their

2 for $1.00
$1.00
2 tor $1.00

boarding

" hay own 7" va . ates Pra. Sch Florence Emanuel Sch Marea .

These three grants bring the Ca” lave 14 years, The average level of re ar ee : . Tou 8 he; ir own ac ° 7. ay . > 1g
$otal approved for the West fridies facilities, and pursue their reli- aj) prices of clothing of the [enrletta, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, M.V nds heal of their own acc. *d when they are kept free
ir. 1951 to £673,835 ($3,234,408), Sous Dene kinds generally bought by work-

ARRIVALS from the germs that cause «cptic infection. To keep LADIES’ HANDBAGS



and the total since the Ist April ing class families was five ’ Schooner United Pilgrin 8. 47 ton 5 ae : ‘
1946, to £4,122,192 ($19.771,642). points ‘higher than in: July last 000, Sverdere, 68 tone nh taps, | Wounds in the healthy cottd::ion for healing, surgeons =|

cent above the Capt

There was no

and about 112 per Phillips, from British Guiana
level of 1935.

DEPAKTURES

Hotel Heir To Wed ZIPPER CHANGE PURSES

have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-





RUBBER SHEETS (Babies)

change in the level of working Schooner Florence Emanuet, 40 tons] s¢oye Fi ; si ap ae ale

. : ble ; Y nd. Ca aha aly 4 yer of germs is non-pois ous, gentle and safe on

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Russia Engaged German Cou per cent higher on an average human tissues. While it disiifects the wound, ‘Dettol’ COSMETIC BAGS 9 for
HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 19 than in 1935,

In Kidnapping

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19.

M..G.M,
stenber,

ceed Elizabeth Taylor as

starlet Betsy Von Ur-
announced she will suc-
wife of





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staff members including Irving Wednesday Korea will continue thorized to prepare the Vg RATES OF EXCHANGE | SUPREME IN Q > ITY AND FINISH . i
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and spirited behind the Iron with United Nations forces in Unitec ‘ ; eorsene: 60 ee
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BARBADOS & ADVOCATE

Se SES eS ee
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Friday,



Sepiember 21, 1951

CAUTION NEEDED

THE anxiety of the
for employment in this island or any place
in the world has become proverbial and it
might be that this strong desire has been
the reason the activities of certain con-
cerns offering to find avenues of employ-
ment for many of them.

Within the last few months application
forms have been sent to many people in
this island inviting them to pay a registra-
tion fee and be put in-contact with families
or farmers in England or in the United
States of America. The form also invites
the applicant to supply a personal descrip-
tion by answering certain questions as to
their ability to furnish passages or engage
in other forms of employment.

It would be ideal if some agency could
secure for Barbadians means of employ-
ment which seems to have baffled the wis-
dom of legislators and eluded the energies
of governments in the West Indies and the
Colonial Office.

However



average Barbadian

for

admirable it might be for in-
dividuals or private firms to attempt to
secure employment at what seems to be

ridiculously low cost, it must appear even
to those who are willing to pay for contacts
that when governments and organised
bodies fail to secure means of employment
for them the task is not as easy as it might
appear.

It would be good sense therefore for those
who receive circulars or forms offering con-
tacts direct means of employment, to
consult the Labour Commissioner’s Depart-
ment before disbursing any funds or giving
undertaking.

or

any

The Employment Bureau was organised
as part of the machinery of the Labour
Commissioner’s Department and to side
step it is to refuse to make use of such
machinery as the Government has seen fit
td put at their disposal. It might be that
some people feel that the Labour Depart-
ment, and by this token the Government,
has not acted which they would like to see,
but it must be remembered that the Gov-
ernment must err if at all, on the side of
caution. It would undermine the faith of
its most ardent supporters if any govern-
ment ventured hair brained schemes
promising means of employment which did
not materialise. There would be at least
general criticisms on the ground of wasting
public funds. Such criticism has been made
even when the returns are small.

Thousands of Barbadians will be willing
to pay to secure employment but the reac-
tion to disappointment if and when such
efforts fail are more acute than when there
is a cautious approach in the hope of mini-
mum success.

It might be that the offers of employment
are sound and will turn out profitable, but
with no record of achievement available
for public examination, those who are in-
vited to take part in any scheme, cr to pay
any fees, or subscribe to funds in any way
towards the securing of employment,
making contacts which might lead to aven-
ues of employment should consult the
Labour Commissioner,

THE ADJOURNMENT

THE debate on the adjournment which
took place in the House of Assembly on
Tuesday did not do justice to one of the
most ancient legislative institutions in the
British Empire.

The Government had every right to re-
sist the motion by the Opposition for a
week’s adjournment and the Opposition
had every right to press the motion in or-
der that its members might be present dur-
ing what they regarded as a most important
discussion; but the sentiments expressed
were, to say the least unnecessary and the
language employed not of the standard
which usually characterises debates in the
Barbados House of Assembly.

It would be fitting when some honour-
able members have read the reports of the

on

or

discussion that in atonement a_ motion
should be made to expunge it from the
record, Then there might be no opposition.

Book Review



GHPTED YOUNG

THE YOUNG GEORGE

tivation which is characteristic of
peasant husbandry. When we
talked with the members of the
Government and asked them what

BARBA

DOS ADVOCATE

CL Me a





HE PEASANTS?

The peasants are Tito’s biggest werry. They led to his clash
with Stalin. Now the Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan, M.P., in his
third report on Yugoslavia exaniines the conflict whose
outcome may be fateful for the world.

Big’ GOSLAVIA is
lovely but poor
after staying one day
nights in the much-battered city
of Belgride, we journeyed by car
from there to Zagreb.

This is one of the main highways
of Yugoslavia. It took in all
from about 9.15 in the morning till
the middle of the afternoon.

On the whole of this journey we
pene 10 motor vehicles—four

-ars and six lorries. For the rest
the means of transport were oxen,
mules and horses, in that order.
The oxen are glorious looking
animals, sleek, patient, obviously

well looked after and highly prized

a lovely coun-

and two

us

by their owners
The peasants form 75 to 80 per
cent. of the population of Yugo-
slavia. Their methods of cultiva-
tion have not changed much for
centuries.
The clash

Everywhere, all around us, we

saw the long strip method of cul-

their principal problem was, they
invariably said “the peasant prob-
lem.”

What they

the low

mean by the peasant
problem rate of
cultural production and, conse-
juently, the absorption in agri-
cultural pursuits of so large a pro-
portion of the population, leaving
few to man the new industries, and
little

accumulation

is

agri-

surplus
of

time
the

wt the same
wealth for
fixed capital,
It is in their attitude towards
the agricultural problem that the

basis as

Yugoslav Communist leaders have
come into the sharpest conflict
with the Soviet Communists

Stalin’s way

It is, I think, essential for the
Western world to understand this
controversy, because it may be the
key not only to what is happening
in Yugoslavia but what may hap-
pen in the whole of China

Soviet Communism does not put
the peasant on the same
the town worker,

This is quite clear, not only from
Communist writings of the past,
but in the letters that were ex-
changed between Tito and Stalin.

The policy of the Soviet Com-
munists to the peasant population
is to collectivise it. They don’t be-
lieve that it is possible to reconcile
peasant husbandry with Commun-
ist progress,

The liquidation of the kulak and
the collectivisation of the peasani
are therefore the two methods by

Soviet

sharply to increase the rate of agri-

which Communism seeks
cultural production and
make possible a_ rapid
capital development.

This point of view the Yugoslav
Communists have stubbornly re-
sisted.

thereby
rate of

Treachery if—

In the first place, they consider
that they owe a debt of gratitude
to the peasants. They fought along-
side each other during the long
and terrible years of war: the
peasant fighting for his land and
for national independence, and the
Communists fighting for independ-
ence and the Revolution,

The Yugoslav Communists there-
fore consider that it would now be
an act of treachery to turn upon
the peasants and forcibly deprive
them of their peasant status,

There is an irony in this. The
Yugoslav Communists are it-
tacked in the Western world for
being too harsh to the peasants.
They are attacked by the Soviet
leaders for being too soft.

The Yugoslav Communists
acutely realise that unless they
can inerease the rate of agricul-
tural production with the use of
smaller numbers then their eco-
nomic progress will be painfully
retarded and the expectations of
their urban population frustrated



Moscow insists

It is impossible so far, to recon-
cile the cultivation of 45 to 50
acres, which is.the maximum size
of a peasant holding, with the in-
troduction of modern agricultura!
machinery, even if this could be
obtained in sufficient quantity.

There is here, therefore, a con-
| tradiction that the Soviet leaders
) have tartly pointed out, It is this





YVAN



THE PEOPLE of Yugoslavia are poor,

peacants

An

insistence by the Soviet leaders,
demanding that their own pattern
of agricultural policy shall be imi-
tated elsewhere, that makes it
impossible for them to accommo-
date themselves to the point of
view of other people.

When J asked the Yugoslav
Communists how they proposed to
solve this problem they replied:
“By agricultural co-operatives.”

These co-operatives now repre-
sent about 20 per cent. of agricul-
tural production, They are vol
untary. That is to say, a large
number of peasant holdings are
joined together, the Government
make loans—indeed, they have
just cancelled a large debt which
had been accumulated by these
co-operatives — to buy modern
machinery and assist in their mar-
keting. They are hoping that this,
in competition with the older peas-
successful

ant methods, will prove
and the peasants will join the
co-operatives in ever increasing



numbers.

Selling a pig

I had heard rumours that this
year a number of the peasants who





had joined some of the co-opera-
tives had applied to be rele d.
I was informed that this was in-
deed so, but that it was due to the
very bad harvest which occurred
last year and the better harvest
prospects this year have resulted
in a reduction in the number ot
such applications.

So here we have the pattern of

Yugoslav agricultural industry in
so far as it has at the moment un-
folded istelf

There is,
trouble between
and the peasants

of course, continuous
the Government
about the sale of

grain and of pigs. Most of the
other agricultural prod'“ts are
sold freely in’ the mi t for
whatever price they can xet.
The Government fix a certain
proportion for each peasant which
he,must sell to the State. This pro-

portion varies, of course, in differ-
ent parts of the country and from
holding to holding, in accordance
with its character and possibilities

The Gevernment pay about 25
to 30 per cent. less for this than
the peasant is able to obtain in
the free market. This, of course,
is the ciuse of endless. friction.

The Government use the grain

and fats taken in this way to pro-
vide for the standard ration, food
for the armed forces, and in a
good year, they are hoping, some
for export, too.

This foreible seizure
tain percentage of the
product is condemned *a the West
ern world. But it is indced difficult
to see how the Yugosliv Govern-
ment could do otherwise.

of a

peasant’s

cer-

Peasants do well

The present situation so favours
the peasant that if he was able to
sell all his products freely and
competitively the result would be
prices too high for the urban
workers to be abie to pay. As it is,

Seventy-five per cent of them are

Their methods of cultivation have scarcely changed for centuries.
4 women still do the laundry in the river

it is everywhere admitted that the
peasants do much better than the
town workers.

When I asked the Yugoslav
Communists what they thought of
the immediate future, they were
fairly optimistic. They believe that
some food prices will fall thi
autumn.

They are hoping that before very
long the whole of agricultural pro

duction will be sold in the open
market by the co-operatives and |
by the peasants in free and open

competition, and that therefore the
friction between the Government
and the peasants will cease
Whether this policy will force a
slower rate of economic

upon the Yugoslav economy than
would be afforded by a forcibl«
seizure of the peasants’ land, it is

progress

STANDARDISATION OF |
BANANA TRANSPORT

| Two Refrigeration Units to Each Banana Boat

NEW YORK, |
Progress made in the transport of bananas |

under proper refrigerated conditions is de-|
scribed by the American Standards Associa-|

1 ° Py : . : ‘ '
| tion in an article in its journal, “Standardisa-

| tion.”
| During the past few years, it says, there has
|been much research into the refrigerating
| equipment used on ships to preserve perish-
j}able cargoes. This work has culminated in
| the approval of a standard practice for the
|installation of mechanical refrigeration on
banana boats.
| The problem of standardising refrigeration
| was brought to a head during the last war, it
| recalls, when new ships were urgently need-
ed. It was essential to ensure that refriger-
; ation equipment aboard these hastily-built
ships was up to a certain standard of safety
and efficiency—so a standard had to be laid
| down.

ADVANTAGE
Advantages of the standard procedure were
that manufacturers of refrigeration equip-
ment and the shipbuilders themselves would
know in advance whether their products were
good enough. Standardisation also enabled
shippers to feel confident that they could trust

their perishable cargoes to ships fitted with |

approved equipment.

tequirements for refrigerating equipment
aboard ships were worked out to agree with
those for land use, as far as possible. But
there are a number of essential differences.

For example, sea water is used on ships for
cooling condenser units, whereas fresh water
is used on land. Corrosion-resistant materials
must therefore be used in the shipping instal-
lations and the corrosive action of the salt
itmosphere must be kept constantly in mind.

Special provision must be made for lubri-
cating refrigerating machinery at sea, since
the rolling action of a ship may exert heavy
pressure on bearings. Proper lubrication may
nean the difference between continued oper-
ition of the equipment and serious breakage.

The possibility of damage to a perishable
argo in case something goes wrong with the
quipment while a ship is at sea must also be
‘aken into account. The standard requires
hat sufficient reserve machinery must be
carried,

This means that at least two complete con-
lensing units must be carried on each refrig-

difficult to say. It is certainly more :
humane, and miy provide the an-|¢rator ship. The total capacity of the units
swer to many parts of the world) pane + odo 2
where social revolutions are tak- must de adequate to pratect the eee: Tn
ing place, and where at the same| Other words, in tropical climates the equip-
me primitive agricultural meth-| ment must be capable of maintaining refrig-
ods dominate

If Tito succedds eration with one unit in reserve and with

In: the. theantima, ‘ot couse | the machines running 24 hours a day.

Yugoslavia can put more machin-
ery at the disposal both of agri-
culture and of her urban workers
only by assistance from
Some assistance has already been
given, and the Yngoslavs are
hopeful that the Internationai
Bank will make a credit availabl«
to them.

There i
for our part hope for a success. For
if this happens, it will re Lt
the world that it is not necessary
that the abrupt social transforma-
tions which are taking place, in the
agrarian parts of the world



need
necessarily always follow the pat-
tern that has been set by the
Soviet Revolution.
Hopeful, but—

If this experiment by the Yug-
oslav Communists is given time to
work out, it will be interesting
10 See its impact upon the neigh-

bouring States of the Soviet bloc.

The comparisan between a rel-
atively prosperous Yugoslavia pro-
duced by more urbane methods
than have been employed on her
borders’ may sueceed in time in
proving to the populations of the
border States that the methods
applied by the Yugoslav Commu-
nists are superior to those that
have been applied to them,

Whether this will happen,
the future can tell.

In the meantime,
Communists are hopeful,
is no doubt at

But there
all to the objective
pbserver that what the Yugoslavs
call the “peasant problem” will
continue ta dominate the economy
of Yugoslavia as it is dominating
the whole of the Middle East and
of the Orient, where the hopes of
urban workers continue to be
frustrated by an agriculture that
is Still, grounded in primordial
techniques.

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S:



By George Malcolm Thomson



ON

THE

MAKE

% herited’ from his _ne’er-do-well army and come to London. Why us Royal mistress of the 19th
MAURIER, Letters 1860-67 Bat, French-father, cannot Gyggy realise how much century, who lived with the Duke
ed by Daphne du Maurier. The Complete Bohemian better off he is sleeping among thé of York and took bribes from

Peter Davies. 18s. 307 pages.
HERE are the letters of

This gives him

a welcome in

horses on the open deck of a troop-

Army officers to get

them promo-

‘ : a gifted influential salons like that of the ship bound for Mexico” tion.

if slightly priggish young man on Prinseps in Kensington where one * , : Du Maurier’s mother had
the make in the London of the may—-but somehow never does Gyggy is the real Bohemian probably heard the London chil-
Sixties. meet the great editor Thackeray, Ww hom we cannot imagine writing, dren’s derisive ng about her

George du Maurier, who lived to or that of the Ionides, rich, dis- as Kicky does a shocked and blast- rnother :

become the author of Trilby and cerning Greeks who hold court at ing sentence about “such a_ nice Mary Anne, Mary Anne,

the father of Sir Gerald du Mau- Tulse Hill for artistie London fellow,” an old artist friend Cook the siut in the frying pan.
rier, emerges from his own early . ' 7 “Henley’s gone and made a fool- The du Maurierg of that time
carrespondence as an affectionate Kicky had arrived in London ish marriage.” In another lette: fancied that, in th¢ir own pro-
son with a good domesticated heart, with £10 in his pocket and a half- comes a_ glimpse of Henley files, they could detect a Hano-
who writes regularly to his mother share in Whistler’s studio, with the parents, aged ten years in a week verian curve. But their mother
(living in reduced circumstances at occasional use of Whistler’s dress and sobbing like children. was six vears old (father un-

Dusseldorf) and lends money regu- clothes

larly to his wild brother



an important concession to





Mary Anne,



Mary Anne



known) when Mary Anne met the










(living in one about to climb the social aud What had poor Henley done? Duke

even more reduced circumstances artistic ladders simultaneously Married his mistress, “to do her Yet Kicky eems strangely
as a corporal in the French Army). He is charming, with his half- proper justice before: the world” “respe le one dé :

George (known to his friends as French ways, but single-minded a heartless sophistry which Kicky from this redoubtable cour !
Kicky) is anxious to get on, and prudent. His charm touches brushes aside. After that we hear » one ide nd from the French
anxious to m gi Emma Wight- the heart of his lovely Aunt Oo more about Henley gentry on the other, no da ubt he
wick of Great Russell Street. He Georgie—prudence sends him fly- No doubt the standards of the k ew 1 t home life with
has no taste for Bohemian al- ng from this dangerous fl r Sixties were stricter than our Fmr ( be the best 5 nisery
though plenty of talent for it He groans every time Yet tr a S ¢ r t. nd the ore

He draws well (“good enough ier brother, Gygg) youn [aurier come fro ‘t. wr Trilbs
for Punct is his friend nd roney. and re { . is. the f i enough f 4

gs better, ina pleasant tenor in 1en Gyegg) I tl 1 la . > on e





outside. |

no doubt that we must |

only

the Yugoslav |,

| better
| they are, does Mr. Barton (Secretary of the |
| London

As soon as bananas are loaded aboard
ship, every effort is made to reduce the tem-
perature to 57 degrees. The fruit is warm

when loaded and generates considerable heat. |

It is careful refrigeration of shipping space

that makes it possible to bring bananas to|

the market in good condition, but the article |

warns that consumers should not keep thei: |

bananas in refrigerators.—B.U.P.



Cuban Trade Agreement:

Controversy Still Rages
LONDON,

The Anglo-Cuban Trade agreement is still
a raging controversy in many British quar- |
ters. The latest broadside to be fired, this| |
time in favour of the agreement, came from
Mr. H. R. Cole in the form of another letter
in the London Times. He writes:

“In my previous letter I made no reference
to cigars since the main controversy over the |
Cuban agreement had centred on sugar. How-
ever, the following points are perhaps rele-
vant.

“Imports of cigars
limited to one-quarter of Jamaican supplies

it is difficult to-see how concessions of one-|
fifth of a market can be held to constitute
destruction of the previously protected posi-
tion enjoyed by Jamaica. It does, however,
illustrate the tendency of protected producers |
to think in terms of restrictions and of main-|
taining existing markets rather than expand-
ing and extending them.

“In the last analysis Cuban cigars are eithe: |
than Jamaican or they are not. If)

West India Committee) seriously |
| Suggest that British smokers should be com-
pletely and permanently deprived of the best

quality cigars simply because they are pro-|!

duced outside the Commonwealth? Lf, on the
other hand, they are not such a fine product,
why does Mr. Barton fear their competition
with Jamaican brands?

“Mr. .

ever,

Barton’s arguments on sugar are, how-
even stranger; he apparently believes
that Britain’s requirements are limited to
what she consumes, The operative word in
the extract of (British Food Minister) Webb’s
speech, from which he quotes is of course
‘netionally.’”

Mr. “Large amounts of Com-
monwealth sugar nominally bought by this
country are shipped to Canada and replaced
by foreign sugar. It does not follow that
Canada could herself satisfactorily negotiate
purchases of foreign sugar dii ~tly.

“As long as this remains the case Britain
will need more sugar than she consumes and
this is simply not obtainable within the Com-
monwealth at present.”—B.U.P.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

C.J. Reserves Judgment In Alimony Suit,

DID THE JUDGES of the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.”
G, L. Taylor and Mr. H.-A: Vaughan base their findings on
something which was not in evidence, is a question whic
the Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore will have
to decide when he gives judgment in ‘the Wilfred Rock-
Carmen Rock alimony case which was heard at the Court of
Error yesterday.

The Police Magistrate of Dis- only way she had come into the
t “E” had dismissed the wase picture was with the evidence
Rock ight against her of the wife that she saw her in

see ¢ to obtain ali- the house one morning early,
She appealed and the but it was not for the court to
of the Assistant Court of assume things,

reversed the decision. He On the point of failing to sup-

pealed on a point of law port, he said that he wouid scarce-

3 erday, after hearing coun- iy be using too strong language

sel for the two parties, the Hon. if he said that the Judges had
tne Chief Judge reserved judg- forgotten the use of the King’

n English. The evidence of the gro-

G. H. Adams associated with cers could not be construed

* bc a rancker, instructed proof that there used to be a

Messrs. Yearwood and Boyce, regular supply of goods. It was

appeared for Wilfred Rock Mr. just the usual case of a_ party

J B. Dear associated with crediting goods from a few shops
Me Hutchinson and Banfield from around his area
appeared for Carmen Rock His last point was. that the onus

Summing up the case, the was on the wife Carmen to prove

Assistant Court of Appeal Judges. desertion. He did not have to go
stated that the parties’were mar- into a court and prove he did not
vied five years ago and were living desert her
together up to July 6 last year Mr. Dear questioned whether
On that day they disagreed and the point of the weight of evi-
the appellant Wilfred told Carmen dence was a point of law or fact
to leave. She did so. Before this, It was a question of fact and not

however, he had stopped giving cf law, he said

her any money as from June 24 Reasonable Findings

and there had been some other If the Judges preferred to ac-

friction between them owing to









OLD CANNONS Stowawa o

THE cook of the choo
Franklyn D.R., which was in por
yesverday, hurrmedly teft the deck
for below’ during the Y
and after some minute
he came back up |
upset and perspiring

He explained
stowed away on t
tonner—and was
found. This brous
bers of the schooner to the searcl
With searchlights down below
being very dark—the men carric
out another diligent search but
Si®0waway to be found again.” A
policeman was called aboard
Franklyn D.R. and he t
not bring the stowaway to

Causing great anxiety was the
fact that the Franklyn D.R., w
scheduled to leave port ot 3
for British Guiana and
not be allowed to sail u
stowaway” was found. A sto
bare-backed seaman of the y
was all the while hoping only
get his 10 fingers on the culp

The Franklyn D.R. 4

at 3 p.m., but is expected to lev
port today No stowaway wa &
found











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This row of cannons has for many years added to the military atmosphere of the Garrison. The small can-


















cept the evidence of the wife, their non (second from left) recent’y overturned ee Cl ob] e e
the action of one Enid King, Wil- gn laa Fae gies Ht or ae i en : n. lwaienger Ord ya
' dings were all reasonable They — 4

fred’s alleged paramour. had taken the view which hie ; oS aa Z

That evidence they. aocepted dad taken view which, in his Y ran ZINC Cc cs S

at evidenc y pted. submission, they were entitled to CONT RA 7 « nnon . V er urns somes Saturday
No Paramour take in the case L iM ky a , F —

Wilfred Rock's case briefly was, Even accepting the evidence of nf a a ‘ Sie _ j THE C.N.S. Canadian Challenger : + _ come ~ RE aman
in the first place, that King was the shopkeepers, it did not imply END The old cannons at the Garrison Savannah have for many js expected to arrive here on Ls a — aeeeen |
not his paramour, but only his that the supply was Adequate. years provided a great amount of fun for children and Saturday morning from Canada |) e

k y t ppl eq : i ; ‘ ‘

dome: servant. He was holding . The argument as to the husband wie nurses who flock around them nearly every evening of the Via the British Northern Isianu i) £ ‘ b BROAD ST.
that he paid for groceries for his asking hér to come back with him MR. R. N. JACK, Ag. Labour week. This type of gun formerly formed the only defence Wt cargo. She will be leaving | iy ;
wife up to July 6, 1950, and that could not hold as there was not Commissioner, said yesterday that i Bavhad : sher } > first set if ldiers wi se 4 pur. tue same afternoon for Britisn |§ —_— _ _
he rented a house and went to evidence that the offer was bona the Barbadian worker ‘ wko re- ” ar 9ados When the frst set of soldiers was stationed in Guiana via St. Vincent, Grenad \
take her back on July 9 and she fide. The only evidence was that cently emigrated to the U.S. and the island. on , sad Trinidad. ( ALARM CLOCKS
refused to go with him. he had drawn up and asked, her have returned home, have fulfilled Po-day sn see ride Poem ‘Lhe Challenger’s sistership, thi i E

As to King not being his para- to come; But he did not give any their contracts Sy as they would ride a horse. They moto, vessel Canadiai. Cruiser, {i}
mour, the Assistant Court of Ap- assurancéabout the other woman. ae Pe eee nee batches are Two- Year-Old oes vip Nie e weer Pe will be returning from Britist ) In Nickel and coloured cases——with and without
peal Judges stated, after careful- She necessarily had to be afraid ©XPected to return to the island fi. . GY. APO. TACIGg: ye Smailest’ Guiana via Trinidad on Mond ate f
ly reviewing all the evidence, of living ina neighbourhood where during October and Nvevember Boy y Ussing children, Who were unable ay : alana Rais ent din’ ) illuminated Dial
that they had come to the con- this woman lived. They would have also come to “ climb the large cannons on fou



; > nals ‘ > the and of their -ontracts’ } TWO-YEAR-OLD Jeffrey Boyce wheels, would get on the two Pe: She is expected to spend | {i
clusion that the relationship be- “She should have been given an 7 f » Me. Writ. . . ah iae about three days here { $ $ ¢
tween Wilfred Rock and King was assurance that the eemduct which said on of Teresa Boyce of Cove, St naller ones. i da) i PRICES FROM 3.37 To 405 EA H.







Aske rhe » » ¢ Lucy, is missin Jeffre rho 1 Ne one of the small cannons Loth ships are consigned § to}}i)
not merely one of master and grove her out would come to an iidingy cise heetorutine far thee about two feet tall, : re a has : Natreat People are Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,|{i Big Value hich ez be r f
servant : end,” he said, “The case should being: sent back home, the Ag. red shirt eradually taking away the Ltd. ) ig alues which cannot be repeated
Looking with a superficial view be confirmed and the appellant Labour Commissioner answered _ The mother told the Police that wooden structure which kept it SCHOONERS Everdene, 68 tons, | {!}
on the evidence of Johnson and Wilfred should haye to pay, the “not as far as I know’ He had She left Jeffrey at her home at in place. The wheels are on the and United Pilgrim S., 47 tons, | 5)
Boyce who used to supply Carmen gosts.’ . ¥. got no comple aints of bad conduct, 2bout 1.00 p.m, on Wednesday ground beside the wverturned arrivea from British Guiana and |}
with goods, they said it would When she returned 15 minutes cannon and the whole scenery St. Lucia yesterday with carg 1 New Shipment of the ever
seem that they supplied her regu- later she did not see ‘him has been spoiled : a iefly “omprised of copra, fre =} )) Popular
larly on the account of Wilfred DR. HARKNE VSS LEADS A search is being carried out by A nurse told the Advocate yes- { t ise ‘od nd el al. Both |{
whe would pay for them Upon the Police and neighbours, but this rday I hope whoever looks ie ' me wo i and ¢ eee 1 a \ :
loser scrutiny, they were of the ; “i e! is as yet unsuccessful after these guns will soon. put 3 aren le rea at . ; ) CPTIMUS
pinion that the evidence did not ] K. DELEGA TION this fallen one back in place. The * hooner Owners’ Association \
bear that out - ° sas ' f RAINY DA Y kids look forward to their can- a $5}
Finally, they were not satisfied ”

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that the offer to resume cohabita- my 7 Fal 7 “a : 8 4 TAL )

Hon was hone fide or that it-was 7 Oo W.H. O. CONFERENC E City for nearly the whole day fe : Wi A C. z R i‘

aeecomnmanied hv the intention to Wht, Ri stasde eme tl ae cost MAN S DUTY in ar i

> his illicit associ: with DR. J. W. P ARKNESS, + ‘eriain amoun assista Wrteehe we Were hae k ” Solidlv ¢ “16 ;

Bai, ; jen illicit association with CMG a B.E aia Re vt eR A ; Pas es ; ; ae Tae people running here and there in TO ANIMALS Mt A, Lennox-Boy¢ Co Solidly constructed and
ic * BE... D é é s 1rough 1e@ machine ri » site mite wiAviT. ; oie . ¢ I 3 j 3 i
Addressing the Hon. the (hief to the Comptroller for Develop- Regional Organization. In British mei ewes Jape rawr Chief Inspector of the S.P.C.A servative M.P., w ee, ‘ i { a handsomely finished in

Tudge, Mr. Adams said that the ment and Welfare in the West Honduras funds have been pro- Sd a . aeines at Bar vee oaitreniens n British Guiana, Sgt. Major island recently, bough Hivies Clad Nickel Plate

Police M: trate of District “RR” ne left Barbados by air on vided by UNICEF for a territory- ri ee ois a Nae ieee hecks (R.C.) C F Torrezao, gave a —— the Boy and Git jul

; pte k a 44+ Wednesday for Washing yhe wide mosquit rog 1 Reine. = 7" . ctute “Breve of cruelty Tattle. po ; :

aa twice tried the eace ond that , a y for W ashington, where ide mosq o control programme, wharf to warehouse lecture on “Prevention of cruelty Mr | accompanied by These Lamps give a beautiful soft light, 200 and
an both oeeasions he had diemissed Me is to head the United Kingdom and dried k and other nutrients The rain started soon after 9.00 tO animals” at the Police Train- ft Renel Vatae G > gnt, 2 é
# without nretudice, He was rer Sven at the annual meeting have been supplied to improve the . a'° "gph tye ‘fter midday a ing School yesterday. Attending se A DO BEEN - Ca Candle Power, and are simple and easy to use

a hes ~ of the Regional Committee the nutrit ants ¢ : . ; . , ae ieee ie lee > ware * , Ernors 3 si ; ,
ising that right ot the outset he- orn Heslth, Becca? ao Rida of infant and school strong breeze got up and the ps es eer a number i Central Station on Wednesday |

rause the Police Mavistrate had 7 SUEEALO! sioom eons ver after a band cadets, police sergeants an : aa wh ounc

1use the Police M uote ‘ h ad te the Western Hemisphere. Advis- In Jamaica assistance nas been ere ~ rease . Howe ir after 2 ie eee an ce sergeants morning, He was shown at und | $26 96 AND $28 63 EACH

opvortunitv to question .*ne Ww ers to Dr. Harkness at the meet- given in preparing a programme ‘@!TlY mea snOwsn Oe see fhe Police were intereste the Headquarters Office by the| .

nesses rnd wae in a pneitim to ing will be Dr, L, W. Fitzmaurice, for the control of tuberculosis by Mittent drizzles fell ' 6 ss awe awa ae ed in Commissioner of Police, “ecom-

test their credibility and Aeride “., Director, of Medical Ser- the use of B.C.G. vaccine: funds It rained in nearly EVERY pays oad Pe Mk. RR a TE panied hy the Deputy Commis- | Spare Parts always in Stock

the amount of woidht the evidence Jamaica,).and Dr. J, P, derived from UNICEF will pro- ish: From the St, Joseph Polive auesdgns. , ‘ mantny sioner. |

of each should be given. S‘wtahony, Director of Medical vide mobile X-ray units, labora- ete pre an news that it Ncereent wil een reese After visiting Headquarters}

. ; a e bados. ory equipment, and all the neces- W@S Only arizzing up there for aaa give a tecture at Office, Mr, Boyd was introduced |
Strong Point Services, Barbi ; ye . 7 tt 108 art f the d t. Erdiston College to 386 teachers ° : } a”
a ea I [he meeting is scheduled to sary vaccine the most part o 1 day ate Se 8 eee to Mr §. Jones who is looking “

eee A roo ats aspen on the 22nd September and A smaller programme and par- ee also had some very heavy ne et will be “Man’s duty after the raffle. He purchased the :

ne he *) he sald, “is at vlose on the 8rd October icipation are being planned in Showers. Bi: . sl tickets and was then conducted ‘

the chief finding, or one of the Under an agreement with the Trinidad. In two of the Wind- Tho Police Information hutceu The Sawer orene ot Education ty all the other Departments a second tor ’ rformance | hey c : i

findings, if not the chief, of thé worid Health Organization signed ward Islands plans are under con- “as _ Kept busy with cal from have made arrangements for the Central Station 9 ione in performance but they cost less than

iearned Judges in the Court of in 1949 the Pan-American Sani- sideration for the initiation of an people who wanted to By a Inspector to lecture at some of | Rae | any other make of comvarable eflicieney

Appeal is not based on any evi- tary Organization (which was sect control programme by resi- about the weather ‘onditions. “he e entary schools on “Kind- . ‘ .

dence given in the Court below.” established as long ago as 1902) ] ravi ri } th Some people, instead of ness to Animals | ACID BUY A ** JONES” AND SEW AND S VE

1 . =stz she as lg ago as 902 fual sp ig f 10use: with * * raed ’ er ee a a, 5
If an appeal on a point of law undertook the functions of the D.D.T., w will eliminate the oe the ay ory the Pr ae Go i r SA

could only be on admitted facts, Regional Committee of the World mosquito vector of yellow fever formation from ‘ mat ik STOMACH i y

the learned Judges misdirected Health Organization for the Wes'- and greatly reduce the incidence oe SOUS ey DB Teese Nas ONE CANES RUA of | J Hand Model with Wood Cover $99.16

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fact matters from which there functions through its directing A similar programme with the On the previous day very lit- « nd crop ratoons were burnt Mere's Central Bobbin Treadle Model on Drop Head Stand

was no evidence to justify their Council and its permanent office adicating Aedes aegypti tle rain fell. Only six parts were when a f re of unknown origin

as a 5 the on (Aner oan Sonttars of yellow fever from recorded in the City. Fou arts a aut at ar rs aptawen, ! REAL $163 52
As to desertion, he said, even Bureau in Washington; these serve has been discussed with weré recorded at Holetow: ree re pure TT a Wednesday 7
As to des ; said, , Pens } ; Reba Santa parts at Four Roads, St. Jahn, night at about 2.15 p.m H I !

if a man deserted his wife, after- respectively as the Regional Com- gional Committee’s repre- parts ¥ De ota! asd: eee The ratoons are the property ot elp
f ; : "wile et Regional Office of th or the Caribbean area,~siX parts at st. reter an e ratoons % . . 9 |
ards repented and was willing mittee and 8 : for i pie. “ a oe ) . S. Eve g were insure

Been etek a home again, World Health Organization has his headquarters in parts St. George eS Mr. E, S, Evelyn eens £00 wer insured RRISON § Disdwars Store

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there was no genuine attempt by pt>ples in all the territories of the ling expenses within the territor-
the husband to resume matrimo- region, or, as expressed in the 1es themselves, and_ provides
nial relations,” he said, “in my constitution of W.H.O}, the attain- equipment and materials free of
submission, that cannot possibly ment by all peoples of the highest cost vy to a specified limit.
be supported by learned counsel.” possible level of health Attendance Necessary
The Judges had said that the In order to carry out these func- In view of the larger amounts
husband having caused a separa- tions the dual body derives its pf munevy which are likely to be
tion should clearly show not only funds | from two sources: in its at the disposal of the Regional
his willineness, but a genuine de- capacity as P.A.S.O. by direct Organization it is important that
sire, and there was not that desire, contributions from the govern- -eresentatives of the British ter-
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the faintest ground to justify that. 'N Its capacity as Regional Com- the annual meetings, in order that

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sleeves. Each % sum, Portula 41 er tin 26c L14Ib. Tins Strawberry Jam &
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Martyn Tarne from far-away|theatre never fail to eee
New Zealand to make the dreary, | fateful words | W Aut a eit
soul-destroying round of West-|â„¢much to the players. The sweet
end agents and manage in| Ness of success Phe: piverncss
"he : ae ee "lof failure ? To Martyn Tarne the
i earch of work. The Vulean] jiont brought a strange turn of
( Iheatre had been ther last for- the wheel of fortune, and to one
lorn hope, id now, driven by] distinguished member of the cast
heer necessity, she was glad to] qeatt sudden and_ unforeseen.
accept the humble job of dresser Opening Night shows Ngaio Marsh
i to its leading lady, Helena]at her best, writing of the life of
Hamilton And then came the|the' theatre which she knows so
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ie Sah Sl minimum charge $1.5° on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundavs, = oO
For Births ge or Ex gagement
cmoqerescmnte te edie collie taal FOR SALE a
charge is $3.00 for an$ number of wor ee a REAL T | nm NEW YORK
‘ » 50 and 6 cents per word for each inimum charge wee 72 cents and . Es’ ne people in big den aw
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 % ‘ents Sutdays %4 words — over 24 as jare the brainy y ~ 4 oe
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death| “ ts 3 cents @ word week—4 cents a j If tt yung men.
Metises onty after 4 5.16 yord on Sundays: ji The undersigned will offer for sale at f they are science or engineer-
4 public competition at their Office, No. 17 |'"8 Students 100 great companies
The charge for ennouncemants of| AUTOMOTIVE High Street. Bridgetown, on Friday, the |1n defence work are offering them
eaths Acknow!l- 2ist day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m more money tl -»y eve >
and ‘n Memoriam notices is! CAR—A A.40. Nearly two years | The dwelinghouse known as “TRE- | 44 t nal they ever dream- |
; on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays! old. Pho 21.9.51—an. LAWNY”, with the land whereon the |°@ Of earning.
s ae —_ nee a words up to a and ae stands, containing by estimation Twenty-five-year-olds at ‘the
ss er o « ek-days andj AR stile : 2,500 square feet, situat s, | r’ > ° Prs
ac per word cn Sundays for each] ; man in AD y W. ucPOstsen, roger Christ Church ra sane petart of their careers are being
additional word. Bric St Mchael 21 S si--Se. Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m no —, jobs that pay up
P: and 6 p.m. on application to the tebant. ‘O jollars £2,850) a year.
os AR rican Austin 7. New tyres ae partioulars and Conditions of Sale, Still the firms cannot find enough
: one 19.9.51—t.f.n. 7
IN MEMORIAM COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. brainy young men.
poAR Morris & in good | condition, | 9-9 5t—6n ; ne is now the third
ial 21.9 51—2 eee SES argest professio: _
GCODRIDGE—In loving memory of ou | >, The undermentioned will offer for sale te ch B : eee ee
des tise : ‘ae GC CAR—A _ aoe by public competition at their office, | ®4chers and nurses.
r mother Anna Matilda Goodridge 4 Augtin 10 H.P. 1947. Very good James Street, Bridgeto F There > 400,00)
wha fell asleep 2ist Sept ; teal ecndition and reasonably priced. Can Septembue ios, a own, on Friday 2ist e are 000 engineers, but
O Father thou dost kee be M. E.R. Bourne & Co.,'38 “Sper agg 8. the shortage is so great that there
The souls of all who sleep, Roebuck Street. Phone 27 igo eable two storied | freehold talk of i
With thee in Paardise restore 8a Sion Aellingheuse known as “Culloden/ !S talk of un armed forces science
St ee a 38.9.51—8n View”, situate at the junction of Cul-)corps. Into it would go all en-
: i aan er an s e | yinevr
Pr 4 gh pais ant Re : CAR 1947 model fluid drive Dodge —s ‘nena aaetaine Seay etn ginevring and science students
And say that its not long | | Sedan. Conaition ‘perfect tyres as new. | fect. ‘Tho’ ‘house “norteing tees ag [called for national service.
are 1€ ° » on earth shal . asong 2. a w seen at Silver > is 75
> eee ee fea . mn bs } open verandahs, bath and toilet down-}| Scientists number 175,000, ye
ver | “a ‘eatneetbaoed 6 her loving] J hes si Mes + Theme | Stairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one |they are in the same i Ss os te :
children and grand-children. — ce | Senn ne eee NE. | Sed Servants’ | shor ait is Woutiy os
: ie ONE CYMOTO ENGINE har Dior | Tous garage for 1 car and tool room |@ ort supply. And it is nearly ast
Gionseteay Garage: qa ae x (all built of stone), in the yard bad in medicine, even with 209,000

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emory of 20.9.51—3n.] any day exce $
ri who diec ter any da xcept Sundays on appointment
Dor . lied Septemt | with the owner Mr. St Chit Bante But there is one surplus in
) MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200} (F hone 3229 or 4337) “psvchoquacks”. Co ared w \
Sate ifely gathered in »c. New, just received. Courte G. L. W. CLARKP&c x AS mpared with
Far f sorrow far from sin Girage. Dial 4616 19.9.51- ; 7 ‘science 4,500 qualified. psychiatrists in
we ih ed a weary strife a ea ereemerereanie poration 9.9.516n | Practice, 25,000 charlatans are in|
his fresh young life t K ers in writing wil be re- x sj i oe hie sete ond
Now it waits for us above ceived by Courtesy Garage, White Park, qThe ; - business as psychoanalysts and |
Resting the Saviours Love Road, up to 4.00 p.m. on’ Friday, 2Ist | public eee ws gp mage soul healers.
Mr. a Irs, George Spencer (Parents) | Septr; 1951 — for one (1) Bedford Truck ye ge er te iene a Rea bs AN IN eI
George Jnr., and Linda (Brother and| damaged by Fire. Truck can be seen High Street, Bridgetown, on. Friday, the THAT : OAN INTEREST
sister 21.9.5i1—in, | at their premises 19.9.51—3n. | st ae cd Al at 2 pce : WHETHER Britain pays back
§ xs § So 3 aha .
land (formerly part of a place calleo the first instalment of the Amer-
ELECTRICAL Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy | ican loan or not is a less important
i Together with the messuage or dwelling
REFRIGERATOR | New | house thereon known as “BENTHAMS” 7
7c. ft. $595.00. Dial 461g.| and the outbuildings thereto Al I A
S oO tte Garage 19.9.51—4n The dwelling-house contains Oper ouse Oo ouse
numerous requests of our oe —. Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing
eu Ss, we have opened a section| . ONE TRANS: LITTER 6L6 Osc 907| and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchea | A l
for custom made shirts, pyjainas pants Final 40 watts, good condition, complete | 4nd Pantry ppea
shorts, ladies slacks, boys clothing etc {With Microphone and Antenna Tuner The house is wired for Electricity
living at our disposal the Peculition of a; Leshleys Limited 20 Swan Street but the current is not turned in, From Page 1
modern factory we are able. to orter | 21.9.51—3n, | although the Company's wires pass | will be weicomed even if it be a tin
prompt services at exceptionally reason-{ within close proximity pe: :
uble prices LIVESTOCK Inspection any day except Sundays, ot sardines, He will be making
, Reliar ce Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m Jan appeal for transportation for
Palmetto Street, Phone 4764 ‘ MULE—One large mule suitable for ot deco particulars and conditions ithis venture and hopes to get |
alas Stk - *, apply ‘to:—
18.9.51—6n.| plantation work. Rose Hill, St. George. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO generous support. .
51--3n .
peta asad a al 7.9.51—7n A few days ago he received
( i ‘ i PUPP? “Halt Bred Labrador Pup- pictures of the hurricane damage
] pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W fr he M be
OVERNMENT NOTICE Wiles, Fens 2 Mi ‘ rom the Mayor of Kingston, for
. les, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation Gap, NOT
St, Michael. Phone 44. 99.0. Glen | ic OTICE publics in the local gaily news-
— Ten cents per agaze ine on week-days | PAPer t was the Churchwarden’s
NOTICE T t . MISCELLANEOUS ond 18 canes. Der agate linc on Sundays, | idea of bringing to the attention ot
} S O MARINERS - — - a ‘71.80 charge $1.50 on week-days | the public the enormity of the
One Dan b h flag t DEFOREST HOME—One ysed Deforest on Sundays. ag y neat
ne an buoy with flag top home—study course covering Radio damage done by the hurricane, in
od I tite "13 ened th ee Television—sound. Dial 4660, Cozier the hope that it would serve as a
atitude io’ o& north longi- 19.9.51—3n boost to the local relief appeal
tude 59 28’ west. Explosive NOTICE or est for the pictures >
charges will be fired in the vicin-] COTTON BLANKETS—Superfine heavy ae The request for the pictures was
ity of thi oe during daylight) "ty. red, blue and white shades LODGE SCHOOL made by the Churchwarden last
ty of s buoy uring daylig WW, 61" % 74” offering for $2.84 each, usual The school will re-open on Tuesday, week after he had received a cable
hours for seismograPhic Obser-) aiscount for wholesalers. Kirpalani 52! September 25th at 9.45 a.m [from the Mayor asking for|
vations. Shipping is warned to, Swan Street. 21.9.51—In New boys not yet examined for < : _
keep clear. This notice cancels) ————————————_ ] entrance wiil present themselves at the | financial and other sassistance for
our notice of 5th September,' Cr Cee Tere WOOLLEN SOX at 60c etio0) a 10-a.m. on Monday, 14th | the hurricane suffefers, 2nd after
. . \ ‘; per pair roadway Dress Shop September . - :
195}. : hie st 21,9.51—3n.| Boarders are expected for dinner at j he had replied that a public fund
21.9.51—2n. | = 6 p.m. 24th September already being subscribed, but
| GLOTTON THREAD in Khaki, Brown CYRIL E an appeal would be made for
Grey and Black 200 ards $1.10 dozen i a akletanine
reels, 500 yards $2.28 dozen reels Gov. Body Lodge School eo assistance, 7
Broadway Dress Shop 21.9.51—3n 19.9.51—3n The Mayor forwarded five
fop Pyorr thea TENGE, RiP Le fn _ -. |pictures and ex»ressed regret that
aU > or schoo ni ren 1 Pee
Complete, comiurtable carry-all with WANTED teen to the demand for these
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks pictures it was impossible to send
i 2 4 H rs and plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83 Ja larger amount. The first of
LUNCH TINS with 83 hea. ¢ eer Sh eateal he
R + é he P| PSs S vi
Bleeding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore & oe . Ltd, and The Modern ‘pres ‘ MISCELLANEOUS
Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea, “~"OPPSe O.96 sd
Trench Mouth or a bad disease which ————— | In Touch with Barbados
sooner or later will make your teeth fall NOXZEMA Skin Cream Greaseless - 7 e
out and may cause Rheumatism and Heart Medicated Red, Rough, Hands look| LOAN—£9000 @ 5% secured by first Coastal Station
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the Sefter—whiter. Get a trial Jar for 32! ™ortgage. Yearwood Boyce. — CABLE & WIRELESS (W.1) Ltd
new discovery Amosan. Stops bleeding cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd \ 19.9.51—4n. | savise that they can now communicate
gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth and 20.9.51—3n peieienienionniterhalabandenvetginbenticin 7 - oa >
tightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee, cc WANTED TO RENT itis: ihe, SoNOWing | Supe | shtCae)
1 : : ‘a 3arbados Coast Station ;
Ase eee fae aie, Tne ceaete Sewcert _HOUSEWhor extended period fumished | Battador Const Station. ge
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from yout _ SERIDS—A_ large variety of Fresh | house. Three bedrooms, modern conve- | penny, 5.8. Margrette Bakke, #.¢, Stam-
we chemist today. « table Seeds on sale at Collin's niences, attractive area Julian Garrett vic Brisbane, s.s. Arneta. s.0° Rath
QSAR Bre geacantes Devs Store. 21.9.51—an | Phone 5020 and 8564 20.9.51—6n. | finger a's S Luise, 5.8 BE a
protects you EE pe pO ae ee or eed © ee t, R . & Sao
For Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth —Tenna-comrA DUTTER COOLERS™ WANTED TO RENT Peulo, 6.5. Tia, 6.8, Resero, 9.8. Sun-
i gust the thing for this hot weather, FURNISHED HOUSE — Py retired | jo) ¢ s\ Fridtjof Nasen, ss. Steel Sur
Follow the simple instructions supplied} P@val officer and wife, from middle | yeyor, 5s. Hilda Knudson, s.s. Adelaide, !
ibn amy = | with eech cooler and have nice firm pute October for some months. A really |. 5 Derwentdale, s.s, Oranjestad
| J: ter just wie a wae it Only a) ec rey pouree ee garde. Re T | Soya Christina, s.s. Nediede, s.s. Draide
. reed ’ cents each Dtainable or rom C 70) purse fo) reference vastiey, A z s oO: ree 8. Mesa
G. A. Service's Harrison’s Broad Street 9.9.51 Phe auvn Lord's Caktic St: 0.81--Se ae Arma s rinoco, 8 s
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY UNIFORM LINEN--For School Child
‘The most manifest sign of stror . ty t Rola On nay, MAIL NOTICES
wisdom, _is continued cheer- eya dark biue, light dark’ gre LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
fulness. beige te. Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street, The aplication oe istade’ O. husea Mails for St. Vincent, Grenada and
| Montaigne. 21.9. 51—1n holder of fe haa. No. Sil Trinidad by the M/V C. L. M. Tannis
WITH GAS IN THE Sie yet BUTE Jbicente No. 218 of | will be closed at the Genera Post OMe
I ai ‘ et YACHT” The well-known yacht| cf a A ae as under
CITCHEN HOUSEWIFE ‘ aie : hig c om floor of s-siaeas wall build- “so ope 7 4 .
| KITCHED WI HI-HO” with dingy, Can be seen aty ing at Westbury Road. St. Michael, for Parcel Mail at 3 p.m, on the 2ist Sept.,
AND COOKIE ARE AL- Yacht Club. Offers to Mr. D. A. Pile] permission to uve said Liquor License | Registered Mail at 8.30 a.m. and Ord
WAYS CHEERFUL. it Carrington & Sealy’s Office, = &c., at a board and shingle shop at} %% Mail at © amy on the 22nd Sept.,
21.9.51—2n. | Beckles Road, St. Michael 1961 . is 3
— Dated this 20th day of September, 1951 salons rs paca eee oe
To BE. A. McLEOD, Es deloupe, Antigua, Engle a ance
9B OOOO OBO OOOS SOS ." ao coe ” aad ’ by the S.S. Gascogne will be closed at
SPP AS POS PAPI IFS Police Magistrate, Dist A tna 6 i Post Off ae
> - *. s . 3 NG LOG i € nera 708) ice a8 unde
% EMBROIDERY LESSONS Signed C..GOODING EOGHTLL,. Mavcat” Skadl. “at Ae ato, Maaistere
ss ut the S| Minimum charge week 72 cents and} yp his application wilh be con- | Mail at 2 p.m, and Ordinary Mail at 2.30
xs > 1 % 06 conte: Sundays 2¢ words = Over 36) sidered at a Licensing Court to be h sid | Pm. on the 2ist September, 195)
Peas. aes Park, starting %| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents 4} 11 Solice Court, District “A” on Tuesday | Malls for Dominica hy the
% Monday 24th Sept. 4—6 p.m. For x word on Sundays; the’ 2nd day of Octaber, 1981, at 1h siphs will a at the General Post
articulars ring 4137 ¥ , ‘clock, 4 ice as unde
aplagieates OI Bleg ’ x HOUSES Soe E. A. McLEOD. Parcel Mail at 3 p.m. on the 2ist Sept.,
ve 19.9.51—2n. 9 Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Registered Mail at 8.30 a.m., and Ordin
LOOSSSSOOCOCOOCCOCOOSSSS | CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved 21.9.51--In. | ary Mail at 9 a.m. on the 22nd Sept
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. 1951
PDO SSO DOOD OO OS POG PPG PFPA DFE t Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All|. Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Montser-
° modern conveniences, Apply on premises. rat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M V
g j*: 3.8.51. -t.f.n Caribbee will be closed at the General
& JO-DAYS MWS FLASH é ADVERTISE Fost Office as under
3 u GIPRALTAR—Cattlewash. From Ist— Mail at 12 (noon), Registered
x ‘ satya | 15th October. Dial 95-267 2 p.m., and Ordinary Mail at
% HAPPY MAGAZIN TE NEWS f 9.51—2n a0 p.m. on the 2ist Sept 1961,
, Mails for St Jincent, Grenada, Trini
% New Subscriptions to ap- % ASIDE BUNGALOWS at Gibbs IN THE dad and British Guiana by the M.V
3 proved American Magazines %| Beach. Belair for month of October- ft anadian Chalienger, will be closed it
“f I > ; | Wismar for month of November. Good the Gener Post Office as under
g can now be obtained. | Riveting —Wolephone, apply: Mes ADVOCATE ("eects itesistered ns Ordinary Movs
3 JOHNSON’S STATIONERY % | Bruce Weatherhead. Telephone 3144 je" 3.00 on the 2ist Sept., 1951
eats aataalen 3h 20.9.51—3n
CHEAP CUPS & SAUCERS %
Large Size | OGG GEES FESOOOOOOONS | of ‘a
" |S DRAWING « PAINTING 3 GOVERNMEN OTICE
JOHNSON’S HARDWARE ¢ % CLASSES %
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Te onal bas eat ens eae 8! Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
66,65660606% ark, startin uesday 25th Sep nt , :
SORCOe re POOSOOSOOF SS “ey % 44 pit Ring anaes ment) Order, 1951, No. 30 which will be published in the Official
Q . % x 19.9, 51—2r g Gazette of Thursday, 20th September, 1951
& A LATIC CLUB % LOOSE LALA. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
x prices of “Charcoal” are as follows
: ORIENTAL | — a
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Weekes, Walcott Score 1,000 Runs

—And Take 50 Wkts. Each Powson Can Become England’s No. 1

In League Cricket Season




























By BRUCE HARRIS
m= * = . o One unty natct shire
LANCASHIRE, Sept. 8. y. eee eee
Only three cricketers in the Central Lancashire League half a dozen festival games at
stored 1,000 and took 50 wickets in the season which ended Kingston, Hastings and Scar-
on Sept. 1, and two of them were West Indians. borough are the remnants of th
These were Everton Weekes of first-class cricket season.
Bacup and Clyde Walcott of En- ‘i Let 11s conduct an inquast or
field, and the third player was M. K | a a. rr
Denison, Todmorden’s English c enie the batsmen and bowlers of the
professional : waning year Averages, I know
This is disclosed in Clyde Wal- B t I do not mean everything. Frank
cott’s final report on the League ea eh ni Lowson, for onple, is not in
games, before his departure for 5 “ Fee ant {3 t
Aus lia. | wast vear e wo! S best
Weekes’ Record ondon epee, ot Bethor: wes oe If
our selectors had depended on
Everten Weekes, Bacup’s be- ti ere . . siuas
: ’ (Fre ine averages Bedser would never
loved professional, after meeting From Our Own Correspondent) taaig cone to. Aostalia: Still
ate Lp rt " ee LONDON, Sept. 19 they are not without value, Let
st aa for ine Ss ea Ae Shen Herb McKenley, Jamaican-born US take the first twelve English
Weekes went in to bat. at Nelson T@¢k quarter miler, has not had a batsmen. Here they are:
he needed 12 runs, and there was 'Y? » six meets and admits Re 15 1950 1, W. Watson, 2, R. T
tense excitement round the right out of condition. Ali the Simpson, 3, J. G. Dewes, 4, L
ground as, mainly by singles, he *@™e, he turned out in London to- Hutton, 5, “C. Washbrook, 6, J
neared his mark. When he pas: night for an athletic meeting Hardstaft 7, D. Brookes, 8, G
ed his previous record (1,470 organised by Jamaican Arthur Cox, 9, D, Compton, 10, yr. ¢

runs) there was a big cheer, and Wint in aid of the Hurricane Re- G

the Nelson players congratulated lief Fund, and the result; he was - D
these

him. ‘One of the best batsmen of beaten into second place in the

ardner, 11, W. G. A. Parkhouse,

Mixed with
while not

S. Shepherd.

are others who,

the world’, Weekes has scored 7 440 by Englishman, T. L. Higgins born in England, played their 1950





centuries for Bacup this season, and finished so distressed that for cricket here
which is a record number. His half an hour after .he could take 1951 (Latest available): 1, P. B.
final figure was 1,518 runs little interest in the performances yy "May, 2, D. Compton, S35
In s >» of Weekes valuable 59 of other West Indians. Jakeman, 4, J. Robertson, 5, L.
runs, Bacup were easily beaten by “I should not have run, really,” Hutton, 6, J. V. Wilson, 7, D. S
Nelson (runners-up for the Cup) he said, grimacing over stomach Sheppard, 8, T. W. Graveney, 8,
for they only collected 119 runs, pains, “I felt fine for the first 300 J. Ikin, 10, R. T. Simpson, 11, G
Phadk: routing the side with 8 yards, but coming into the straight, A. Edrich, 12, C. Washbrook.
wickets for 47 runs, Nelson passed I felt as if something had been Out, then, have gone Watson,
their score for the loss of 8 dropped on me and I could barely

wickets, Weekes taking 3 wickets keep going to the tape.”

for 38 runs McKenley’s straight entrance
Nelson _were very unfortunate jead of three yards was soon
for at 6.45 p.m., they had won the whittled down by fast finishing

championship trophy, but their
rivals, East Lancashire fought their of , ollapse was passed just short of
way to victory with five minutes the tape and lost by yards. Still

é é y yards, Still,

to spare, so not until 7 o'clock did 4;
eae ae aa , iis time 48.8 was excellent, con-
the League officials know where to sidering the Jack of fitness and cold

take the tr y. What a disé 7
he trophy. What a disappoint conditions.

Higgins. McKenley on the point



B.W.L. Will Not Have

A Combined Team

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 11.
The British West Indies can-

ment for Nelson ! East Lanca- not be represented at the Olym-
shire’s victory was due to a After the race, McKenley was pic Games to be held at the
devastating spel] of bowling by consoled by 2}-year-old Gloria World Olympics at Helsinki in
Bruce Docland, who took G Taylor, who arrived in London last 1952, by a combined West Indian
wickets for 9 runs. They were also Ftiday from St. Andrew, Jamaica, team, because the British West
the winners of the Worsley Cup ‘' Study medicine for four years Indies are not yet 8 _ politic al
Competition, at St. James Hospital, London. entity states = release from the

Presentations She gave him a first hand ac- Trinidad and - vee SOAP

Â¥ count of the hurricane and was Association. ollowing corre

On behalf of the Bacup club, disappointed she had not brought

Mr, Temperley, the ‘President, pre- her running gear to help
sented a portatNe wireless set to Meeting along—she

Mr. and Mrs. Weekes to mark his Maica’s top sprinters.
feat in breaking his own League, _ McDonald Bailey and
batting record.

spondence
the
the that the West Indies are moving
is one of Ja- jn the direction of federation and
had

; Arthur tion to that effect, and one of the
Wint streaked away from the field Colonies

it was pointed out by
British Olympic Association

actually drafted a constitu-

had already accepted

Enfield’ wound up the season in their events to make the meet- federation in principle, but the
with their second successive ing a truly West Indian affair International Body decided that
victory, and their fifth win of the Bailey bagged the 100 yards in political ‘federation must be an

season. Their victory, previous to 9.8 and 220 in 21.8 while Wint accepted fact before their request
this, was over Burnley last year’s won the 880 quite effortlessly in could be granted.

champions, 1 min. 55.i—all good times.
Enfield scored 129 runs on a About 50 athletes from about
soft wicket, Clyde Walcott leading London answered Wint's appeal
the way with 55, made in his usual to compete for the sake of the
masterly style. Ramsbottom lost relief fund They all put will
Mohammed their Indian profes- into their work and besides draw-
sional, first wicket down and his ing a big response from the crowd
tollowers

Cockell Defends
Tithe Next Month

DON COCKELL, British light-



























Israelis Will Give
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Immigration
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20
Israeli Finance Minister Elie-
zer Kaplan told some 1,100 dele- |
Dewes but only because he has in th |} Incomer are|gates from 42 states to the Na-
not ayed enough inning Appleyard, Statham (though voth|tional Economic Conference for
qualify) Hardstaff, Brooke would have been in last 39 | Israel Thursday that Israelis
Gardner, Cox and Parkhouse if the | bowled more), Bedser,| were prepared to continue to
Do not take these changes to {ct on, Howorth (his 1 sacrifice their food rations to
serious some of them are d 4son), Muncer, Grove and help maintain the flow of immi- |
to mere fluctuations of form and Giadwin gration and to contribute to the
opportunity or o injury. Bui In bowling even more than/fullest expansion of their indus-
take very seriously the’ progre batting the freakishness of fig-|trial and agricultural production.
of May, Jakeman and Grayeney. yyes reveals itself. For example,, The four-day meeting
I pin my faith to Lowsean, Who shackleton (chosen for England).| officially opened at the session
misses the list by four places, as Young (still perhaps England’s|of the Board of Governors of the
England’s Hutton of the next 10 prct slow left-hander), Trueman,|American Financial and Devel-
years. and to May as our No 3, tidgway, Lock and Wardle are|opment Corporation for Israel
eee ee eee ree ee all just outside the first 12. Organisation is one t og
scores. bs I place’ more value on the} Israel independence bond a
Now for the bowlers includeds than the “exclud- —U.F.
1960 (50 or more wickets)> eds Appleyard and McConnon
, R. Tattersall, 2, J. Laker, 3, 2™¢ certainly hopes for the} CRYPTOQUOTE No. 87_ |
E. Davies, 4, J. H. Wardle, 5, M. tttture—they have been “caught DWO XZBOLD XG XQNDXQP |
J. Hilton, 6, C. Gladwin, 7, A, Young” by Yorkshire and Glam- CR epee DQIDW 2D |
Coxon, 8 W.E. Hollies. 9, J. organ, Trueman also is full of| PENSE ney ae ENMLNIYNP
Lawrence, 10, T, W. Goddard. 11, Promise as a fast bowler. | vot Originality is
C. Cook, 12, James Langridge ; Yes, averages cannot altogether miltatior
1951 1, R. Appleyard, 2, PB be depended on as a pointer to e
Statham, 3, A. V. Bedser, 4, J. E. form. But they do indicate that
McConnon, 5, E. Hollies, 6, R. English cricket is bearing a good
Howorth, 7, R. Tattersall, 8 LL. new crop of fruit at last. This
Muncer, 9, C. Grove, 10, J. La*er, season’s play, rather than that
C. Gladwin, 12, M. J. Hilton. Test match we won = against
Tattersall, Laker, Hilton, Glad- Australia last February, is a
win and Hollies hold their places true index of recovery.—L.E.S.

did not put up much When West Indian Students made ;

resistance, their total score being Collections they earned warm heavyweight champion, will | de- |
98 runs, Clyde Walcott took @ thanks from Sir John Huggins, fend his title against Albert Finch |
wickets for 40 runs in 13 overs. Chairman of the Relief Fund, wee at Harringay on Octo- |
thus completing his 50 wickets for He also dispelled any idea that PT 18 ean

the season, There are only three â„¢oney was not needed now that y, Both managers, have enoaphes |
players in this League, who the British Government had an- Tack ee Seer et DR. BER OESE

reached 1,000 runs and 50 wickets "0Unced its contribution. me chi

this season—Weekes, Walcott and “The Government sum may be Eddie Thomas (Merthyr) will
Denison, Todmorden’s English used for a long term of recon- defend his welter-weight _ title

struction and rehabilitation and
not for immediate relief purposes.
But money collected tonight will
go towards immediate relief,” he
said.

professional

Last Match

Lowerhouse met Todmorden for
the last match of the Season; the
latter batting first, declared at 198 ~~ a good, crowd attended the
whi os yan. we eed meeting which was held at Hot-
Ww ere “at sea” against Todmorden's stuhttall RE RGN PH RePOre
bowling attack and collapsed for Results of the collections would
52 runs. Marshall was bowled for be known in a day or so, but it is

9 : Se 7

tice martingale, Nas * believed that it will swell the
Ma son, seorec - already mounting al fr
Marshall--has not had a Y ; eh Som. He

| very London appeal.
successful season, but it is expected

that he will do better next year, -——-———
having more experience,

_ Another West Indian in the lime-
‘ight was Bruce Pairaudeau, who

Arthur Peall says:





















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on the same bill.

What's On
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Exhibition of Photographs by
the Barbados Camera Club
at the Museum 10 a,m.-—6
p.m,

Police Courts and Court of
Appeal—-10.00 a.m.

Film Show for Adults—British
News, Your Children’s Eyes,
St. Paul's Cathedral and
Fun On The Run at the
British Council, “Wakefield”







scored 99 against Rishton, bring- ‘ ’ ~—6.00 p.m.
ing his aggregate to 874, thus THESE DOUBLES ARE ; eA
bal cS , Globe “The Great Missourt
breaking a 35-year-old Burnley A BIG RISK Paid’ and Local Talent Show
amateur batting record, —#.15 pom,
Ken Rickards laying for JH ARASSING opponents like | to mae Forge biti peg beret ct et
Darwen i »R ney . , leave white at one end of the presents “See How They Run”
arwen in the Ribblesdale League, snooker table and the object ball —8.30 p.m.
scored 53 runs bringing his Dede tecebare ad at the other end.. Plaza Bridgetow “Woman on
aggregate to 888 for the season rhe ngarer both wire ie 4.45 abs s00 ba :
eas * . > : tle o the ‘laza Oistins — eat the Band”
His club came fourth in the Rib- cushions, the and “Tarzan and the Huntress”
blesdale League, Blackpool being 4 re difficult 1.30 and 8.30 p.m
the champions. t is Gaitty—"Backfire and Sugarfoot’
The Mancis Lancashir A fine cut moy- 8.0 pm.
fnist a aancas ure League ing the object- Olympic—"Madonna of the Seven
finis red on the first Saturdav of boll slightly and Moons" and “The Wolf Man’—
September, bringing white 4.30 and 8.15 p.m
Se Up-table is a Royal—"Pygmy Island’ and “A
THE LANCASHIRE LEAGUE TABLE Aisgramm leave. Yank in Korea” — 4.80 and 8.15 J)
East Lancashire 5€ ints Scor with pm |
Nelsc 1 54 aici ne GEER in Roxy—''Rusty Saves a Life” and |
Rawten tall 44 “double” {nto last of the Red Men 4.30 |
Todmorde: either top pocket, and 8.15 p.m |
Church 40 as shown, is a |
Bacup 39 tempting idea. |
Burnley 38 Played at medium
Enfield 28 AY strength, failure
Coins 25 me ue cake On @ safe distance
Aansiintn - o he poeket. ‘SW
eaetineden ze These shots are « gamble but TO-DAY Ss EATHER
ree es the is great satisfaction when CHART i
Ramsbottorn 20 guia” frustrates an opponent's |
"Rishton ss Seri i
WEST INDIANS LEAGUE AVERAGES Sunrise: 5.50 a.m,
Sunset: 6.01 p.m.
BATTING sa tana ce Moon: Full
n. AVE i . z
Weekes (Bacup) 24 7 1518 ° 89.50 BOWLING Lighting: 6.00 pm.
Walcott (Enfield) 23 71137 71.0 Ovs. Runs 53 1925 bmg Si 120 ats CPt bs.
Rickards (Derwe 21 7 888 53.60 ° R, W. Avs. ow e: 12.55 a.m., 12
Palenisesu B ey) 25 6 B74 43 a6 Weekes’ (Bacup) 307.5 1,073 62 i. i p.m. viper *
Holt (Haslingden) 22 2 841 4210 Wal (Enfield 302.1 1,032 53 19.25
Marshall (L'house) 21 1 405 20,50 Marshall «Lhouse) 227.2 869 44 19.33



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\ ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY. SEP. PRICE FIVE CENTS Churchill Has Chance To Win \MI HA-MIY, 111 NM A\ LONDON, September 20. \yiN3T0N CHURCHILL launched on Thursday what may be his last and greatest bid foii power in Britain and "smart money" conceded himj a good chance of victory. The 76 year old Conservative warrior assembler his "Shadow Cabinet" to lay plans for the October 1 25 General Election, which he hopes will return him to No. 10 Downing Street. %  I observers .generally bedays ttwn now with the cry thai blttcri] ItvUfld between ConBritons now can phi-.' in POWOJ affective Cabinet "not mlsli-1 booknuirM to by class warf.ire Of doctrlfwl t'hurchill victory I bookie SIUMI: ll Labour. Churchill cnthusKtslicillv picked up the Gw %  but promised • i nlv .i vol.I wir*" "blood. sweat and tag! The TI..I,| A .11 b bird and uphii: • Chunhm wunad, ir his bid %  %  % %  mpalgn Mill not atari until la dissolved on October 5. but the election machinery of all partie---alerted for . %  %  %  i->ratlnt( today Chun lull nimoHMd an emerKnc>* meotini; of I Bl I • ; i r\ utive l';u t\ iidvielection strategy. ugl Conservative Party .• ichcdulcd for October . to tinproximity %  %  %  The fn'-mrr <.v..rtim" iMCWf Kreeted Prime Miiu-.tr. AttlM'l .%  nnnuncempnt ttuil the eountrv will vote on October 2*. ju*t 35 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codnngton Rainfall. BS in. Total Rainfall for Month to date 6 88 Ins. Ilitthp-t Tempeialure: H5.6 r Lowest Temperature %  76.f> "F Wind Velocity 7 rail*par hour Barumetar (0 a.m.) 89.966 Morale Of Chitwst* Is Wmaken&ng 9th Corps Commander B> ROBKKI ( Mil I.IK NINTH COUPS II QRfi KOREA. Sept 20 Ttu Ufl ld BtatM Arm.v s second ranking Comm,iiul.i In K..I.M ni ( f„ : ... i : Chinese Communist weakening .md thai I I .Ml Utlprceedcnte t occurred ..i en nr. Bri POWV MM) %  Wiiiii.m Hu V v Commanding* the Ninth Corps. *ui<( .(•. H,.,Iuuaitcis Hogi %  •• %  mi lad i.> bnniediate speculation on Mbility that Communist High i might agree I %  Hogg aajd ilnmm—I of hi. policies not utiW %  '"' tieui* captured in one over a I tacks from Conservative-! > n day < h : l we got l but also over the Left Win* ae-l''"<>"' rront duniig ttusummer. Uon of the Labour party that Desertions which were a rarity oppoaaa so much -pending for tcarmument; the Liberal party which has only nine seats In tho but holds a strategii position between the 313-aca bour party and the 297-scat Congervgtrrm Anthony Eden • .u-i it Part) HNMatr *• % %  ed to hurry back to l,ondi>n from U Itallai %  I predict th..t if C ousel v.it I vo ..in. the aged Churchill would take the PrtnM Ministry fm | 'i as a victory trophv. then turn the Job over to Man II 0 %  other younger Tory, Ohurchill who will be 77 on N is suffering Irani Mr Clamant Attlee. Prime Minister for six years and three OH election day. start for ScoMmd to-day. He wil the annual meeting of the -fT"r\ and O.r*. tUi .. i His shadim Cabinet is made no %  Tories who advise Km %  iggi rini battl Uamartl Attlee'* brief ijinouncament by radio to the COUI the labour Party granbj %  from the people after lit months uf <; %  with only .i sjn.ill majority in th House of Cattail margin on important votes has been only from 19 in a 825-scat House since IM0 elections. Tn.i 1-ibour Party tnuk power in \V*% It now has an effective majorit.-f MX AUkM appeared to leav doubt he wanted a popular enHouse To House Appeal Will Be Made For J*ca Sufferers 0VW 230 packages uf clothing, hardware, luxxislutl th have been collected al Queen's 1'aik by the rlUrTictlM Relief Organisation, [or Jamaica hurricane victims. The organisation was set up twelve days ajjo by Mr. Mc D. Svmmonds, Churchwarden uf St. Michael, with the help t Mi H II Williams. Secretary of the Y.MC A. Pint .lupinent ol the article* will be sent to S.S falomble on OctatM I axpactad. P baglni today j and the Relief Orgam. II %  the public will do I i onlributlen a quickly | .. poartblt. as tnal ihej may bl | %  a few months ago. ai %  fur freedom that they rat —and water is mitEhly COM M'.-lime of the ..-.JI Hoce pointed out how badly veteran Communist troops have been chewed up. The new men. he said are battai aqul| well supplied rt ith tini 1 I N.A.T.O. Has Made Good Progress f'rimi \ll {hmrtrrs: (rrofts Rffi$m*s To Invrimimitv l*olivvnn>n %  |u Mi A camera shy Rux-in oflicet hli hi-. tr < oyly lirhmd hi> hand the pLotogrsvihei takri this p th- ui FiM Mjf.l(*l KM Wilb-m Mlim Cnif of the Imperial Uenei J ti'sR (centra) .mil M.tjoi Qaui <[ M M A. R West. OiMiarsI Offi.rr %  ,, n 0hlfl| irlUaa Troopi A. in. (h^ati. vatcluai ihi %  !. ,,. ll(l aam > *iiereby tfc' Atibarlcau fcica* took over tba pohclim of tlio Inner City front tat Ru.uan Ireep Only In ,.i.d by tbe four Power*, could inch a picture. IT taken ol tiicnaiy |uiunu4< tlon in one ceremony. Itapraea inol :it %  %  .: i. DrOtlin ,U!IMI uf ,. I i) %  I 1 i ii Bat nla pata ol gul boofemaklni i Aaalaty: i > • dit M UH Iba r a i aia DaMi %  %  %  i \ : 'i to prii aolagj in •• Ha admiitad thai a Mm had been I 11*ui laawari A m %  %  .in,! rlylnj oaiaet %  > %  %  h I -i jci plane travaUmi I il id. thinn' i.h them (,.i ba% %  l c ii staiii'ii s.ut Rama a talon ol buttartUaa "in two more pi atom have lakan I :i:. I ll cessars in two month! despite the fact th.it thl have more ammunition and mi Bad there ftuih* UUi can now Bra (Minds than prrvimi-.lv bul is no accuracy -They *m n> |irivr Mr Symmnndu told the Advwale that h<* has planned to maka an ali-oul :ui,i mburba one An* i lor contributions to tho relief appeal. This will be in the form of a house to house appeal by the < %  ir so small On Paie T ADVOCATE JXA RELIEF FUND THE FUND took only a saort atop forward yeatarday, but yet it moved and thl" I* important Onco It li open, and it till i It mu-t ito forward. A picture of the hurricane dauiagn on thipane apaaku for ItHBlf. IB IT N0TRIHO TO YOU? -who bavt not yet Kubucrtb •d? An you KOIIIK to help, or not? Whichever couru you decide to> follow to halp the jiifortuuaiaa, pqjsue It today. Either of the Bank* or Un* Office will receive and grate fully ackaowledRe. i iid l A,...n.t. I\., .,( < -mm W W W.I Ik in. !:. %  ... Hank lU (' %  U.S. Musi Rdj On Fore.' To i*6p RoMse TRUAiAN Bv MERREMAN SMITII WASHINGTON. Sept M. President Truman said Thnrsda; thai lha UI muat .< %  %  on forea lathei than iHplnmarj to prei i .ni..rat make certa' Hussla lives up to hci Ir;' agreements As much o.s ra dbtltka ll Uia President solemnly t..bl nil Mn*l I %  i Hi i'ii that the tlRMad Btati • *rtH no! i I power ainl will lonln. %  greement, with Russia. H. lha i B muat nonMnue to build up its atrength so that it will bu ir |)ositlon to anfo that vwy na Bald i ... p. %  tholx asi;:n ll N and othi havo cinnpoUad the vs. rely on force. When thla nation in [Kisitioii to anrOrca %  he sale. ;hey will keep it. le added that u the iraaoii for the b!i; V.S defence promme. The poaatbilty of maiiiv. ill be stiongci it the I' .s KIK lor•rard Wlttl that progr;ui.r -tnk to Our knitting. Ha an pba i"'-i thai not ml to use ft roe but as must have ability to meal I with force it pea —e.p. Court Claim For Transport Planes (B> FRANK II. HAKI IKllOMl \v> TOKK i %  Thi largest flwt ol Iranipikt planet in tin0 i Iclivered eithei in Cli.natr Cuinmunists i In Ihe U.£ ta 1" (wnership u--In .i u.. .,,. I C I iH M.ii!. K..t. i. %  i %  n> aircrafi -r. ......... 4 vaiuad ai H.7uu.uua The planes are .if U.S. manufjuitn.,MIC( ;i'.. iinrfri U.S n They anal praaenl Impounded I rporl in Kona Koni bul by i i whom % %  Hi. Con U.S. Turns To Hi it is it Turbine Engines \ Mlin c I %  lUI tan tad* II r %  mar j"OT|til The ilvcision uf ti.e H. n UB nna 1 %  %  ., I S '.111-: l.. %  i ...-. %  .., effect %  i %  i | i i l client engine topes an || < lawful owners they will LONDON OTTAWA. Septe '['HE British Foreign Secretary said today th>t the North Atj* made "extraordinary progress|_ defences as the twelve nation l ~ for its final session to recommer] Greece and Turkey. The unanimous decision on expil >tog--tti'jL further into the Mediterranean was ^ sUtttnu di with an agreement on plans to revise xtiHyw^oiV. War II peace treaty despite Soviet objections. %  KK. Buys Oil From Kiiiiiania LONDON %  The A'lsto-Iranlan "n l i ill .. IT fro in Iran hat concluded %  • deal '• .( mi from Com%  tc ute'a willinanaai MM mr pel ted manj oAciali hera A %  llKhtllU *• keep nil 1 ntlltl Brttlan oeVUui ballad U ment aa an axampla ol Uk lap ..f kaaplna open %  muniat bloc B %  landi Iron %  i", thai ll halt all Ira* will No kmgi i can from li .HI. Anglo Iranian Unkeri M**> .• in call il itn Rumanian pmt % %  ( the Aptonstanis ovai lha naal niouthk lo fnr> fuel oil %  BrltiBl naval and mat Middle VM\. —ILP. eaai I'lie last taraiij %  i Bai Ri %  i ir.i .,, blUon w top with iu eol" laan of 1 i was fuiI AH -, by | Durl i i Ighi thl wtek 'i %  i i HI Th|n CEOROKTOWN Bepi I Tha n. dot rrlchel % %  M Haladarai The m in American hujtor> u .rteld yeeltrda* received, an ofRcial [ %  ealeoano 1 an the in. Cricket ett to bullofflcttilB iiiin.di.i, veell-kiiuwn intercolonial n-iiio"k U Omen Rerfcalj Oaaa Harhailos Kals buprewive labh . 111.' |x.'...'! III! !?J. I.' 1 :' I..'I I uorough ah Bmiah niiiangai pV n f tha Ptniipi %  %  in tbe Korean airlift oi I I "Fhimi %  firs/ I la ml Story O.Mi: HKKMr fllV I II ll Ml lo imi %  %  b i fuel with thai ol it of I r p, D Lftl show wh|c i .tuntnl up 1.. 'i. a Bttaodanoa i *ell over 100.U0U mcli ; bj iiiii-n i %  par rV i I i %  ready for ali III* H A turbo thi ai .i turbo ici lopa whli ^ powi i cunibat pliines *-\ : ; iii %  %  luatloi t ilrunan now [11 |„ .outrun aril .i sngine* ... %  ''" hurl and mlgM %  %  : %  • %  %  %  | 'hiatifi K 1 Hong I i ('on %  ., much work 1 Barb ido bobman ev lanl i •ingu it a l aai wuket rovejlted in stroke making to -1 big crowd wntchlna in the ..fte.noon. hul early in ma mornlnii the an an lop, Bruikar moving the ball both ways anil % %  atlngj ., good bnpnaaaion "All an i .II..IIK tO lIlM.HII 1 iii newsmen a .ii Council maeuruj bag the twelvi ached an "eatr* ,..!. %  if IkSUCI .. Treat) i Frldaj thai ih W will not I %  ngtb t'. Thi* de. lai lUO the final oaj "' mi cleare.1 the ^ u M p %  %  dsyring etoear Noun Atlat osanroon I lootlni sliiiiiM bi ran %  !,, tha Soviet Union arl ueet ri-ferenrc the Coum II daetaral ftrtly the "pai rittenl Btti dlvwi the i %  %  p* %  %  %  A'l.inti' du not unch i lUri i lha nat the drrimtli .if the close ties ben %  free paona •• I tern itlmiul itiulmi r ll %  fanalva Blnani %  Eo $<• ih icni rtrarurth I i i. Thirdh A MUii I ol naaea .(Tortai vague in 11 %  %  lint tha North Atlantic community will get than Hail follow them. They "'ii ni vai n act i %  til not ., fiom building up thaii .. turds ol %  Th. Council also •anvil lo In. (t, I flOW PI ing in Kiii'M.. Hi I'I h M 1. 1 M. rbcrl M %  British elections, will %  foi propi ay iiir> British %  S ir appointment of :. 1 pn Commlttaa who wil the rlaki European ird w.i i roduebon %  .. Ian in Paris. Tile "ADVOCATE" pay, for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night ii %  ,' NI '. ,' ^ to loniii i gbif K. i .,i ri lial becau i of Its on difficulties the UnU %  11 \ H Meykaaah, imnian delegate, Bald bai beet nuking ii nil iiitlons tol %  %  Korean Belli f Pi oin %  M ngaley. i Racot .lie.i or, man bai 0 %  ,r I ontll, oi tha lion ir %  I %  1 of SZ50.i fraci I %  i ., total ol %  %  I) uno If The King Will Ckrrjf On X* (.'Hiial %  tatement In lad to K % %  Oeorgi VI lotanda UBIial. hut the %  %  tha Kii.K %  jment on %  ...'. *. ..i mil I I on scbad gh M i raduci % %  %  . tural chanite-. In the Kb V. furttiei exi'i.i'iation was orTerwhether %  %  •t.itfment spent | ites with hlir, lait n.rM aifi be received medical visltoi. again to-dav KaW.Vi I OK %  QUALITY %  i ngjliah mat • letters, i>i Samui i /ol naoi iava ihi opinion that "Claret is (or port toi ii ii.it I... who to ba -i hero drink lived in an age rsowtvei i i n • n lool _ma rati r hou.c. 111 the baik in i DRUNK FOR DRAD DRUNK FOB Id Those thought little of whetting 01 fou B further hall at, 1 usS tin. ... | ^rc it |gdM man in hit daj nd n aak that %  he wai well p.i-t Ihi ago ol n hiy-foui hi llv i (>* hsgrtaan barrel of. oi ' %  I week : Wo nre assure-l hv the Instoiian that l)>^ Lei Mine be IVInr %  i 1 IHUXK l\ /#'# IS I IIO\ . K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY WEMMERSHOEK (Medium Sweet Table Wine) SHERBY NO. 1 SUPERIOR BRANDY /*• ll\ A.ll.l. ... H'm 1.1HHH %



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1M.I 101 R BARHWIO^ ADVOCATE !'* I !• AIIMlU FRIDAY M I'll MBIR 21, 19.-.I BARBADOS SJS# ADVtKnTE t-l i %  >•• M.. I I rlSSt* Noni.mlu-r U, ItSI CM I ION M I llll THE anxietj of ih< average Barbadian for asnploymenl in thai island or any place in the become proverbial and it might be thai this strong (tain •Jit BCtiviUn ol certain CCffe* %  iployWithin the last few month?.tppluntiui >ent to many people in Hi's island inviting thetn to pay a registration re %  • m eontad with far: | i or fariiu'is in Bngland or in the United TtaS) fuim also invites the applicant l<> supply a personal description i. cei i-nii ousstioi u i< their ability to furnish passages or n i a in other forma ol employment. It would be Ideal if some agency could eecure foi Barbadia "f entntayment which ve baffled the wisdom of legislators and eluded the enei ot Bjovernmenta In the WeM Indies and the Colonial On Howi in %  i might be dividual* >i private fftrmg to attempt to %  %  ploj menl al what aaoTna to be ridiculous!) low coat, it must appear even to (h> lacts that when goveramentg and ornarilserJ bodies fail | %  ma of employment for them the task is not as easy as it might appear. It would be gOOd sense thiielore for these wln> receive circulars or forma oflss Iruj contacts or direct means of employment, to consult the Lab ui Conuniaaloner'a Di | ment before disbursing any funds or giving any undertaking, The Employment Bureau was organised ;,.part nf the machinery ot the Labour Commissioner's Department and to Bide step it is to refuse to make use ol M h machinery as the Government has seen fit to' put at their disposal. It might he that some people feel that the Labour Depart ment. and by tins token the Government, has not acted which they would like in see but it must Ix.' remembered thai the Gov ernrnenl must err if at all. on tinside ol caution. It would unriermini the faith "f its most ardent wpportera if any government ventured on ban brained achei i prosnising meani "f employment which did not i: i There would he at least %  %  ; "ii the ground ol wasting public funds. Such crttidam has hero made even when ihe returns are small. Th.>ii.s.nds of Barbadians will be willing ti> pay in aecure employment but the 11 lion to disappointment if and when such efforts fail an more acute than when there is a e.uiiions approach in the hope of minimum ni< it might be that the offers ol employment are sound and will turn out profitable, but with DO record "i achlevernent available for public examination. Ihose wlm are invited to take part In any scheme, CT to paj ibsci ibe to funds in any eray towards the seem employment, or making contact! which might lead i" aven in • if employment should consult the %  • % % %  -. iIon mi ioner, CAN TITO HOLD THE PEASANTS? Thr |M-asants anTito's bifiursl worry. Tfeej U-A lo his clash willi Stalin. Now the Hi. Hon. Vnt'iirin BVvun, M.P.. in his ili iii I ri'jtorl on %  ugoslavia cxaiiiines 111> %  < %  >n 11 n i \thotH' outcome nun be laiclul for the world. Till. ADJOURNMENT THK debate on the adjournment which tOOh place in UK Mouse of AsBeml Tuesdav did nol d< justice to one of the most ancient legislative institutions in |he British Empire TI.IGovernment had every right to resist the motion by the Opposition tor a adjournmenl and the Opposition had every right to press the motion in order that its members might be present during what thej regardedaaa moat important discuaaion; but the sentiments aanreeaed %  to aay the least unnecessary and the amp oyed not Ol the standard wind, usually chi rai U?ri* l< batei Ui the Barban(tlrt %  iMiumunUrts. Stalin's way || for UM stand tnli %  key nol only to what is happening In Yugoii ivi hut what may happen In the whole ol China soviet i tommunlcm da the pi %  the town %  . Communist writing" ol the past, bat In the letter! thai an n ex,.| St;iliiL. id. i-iii.-v ot the Ben munhrts to the peasant imputation is to COUecUVHH it They rlon't hcllcve that it is possible lo in iv.tut huebsndra with Oonununi ; %  ii The liquidation o| the kulak and the collecUvleaUon <>f the peasant %  re therefore the two method! b) which Soviet Communl thai iiiin Increase the i U ndtui ii production nni lieiii Ion i'luN ;i i; % %  I .. < i i.' %  acute!) reallsa that unless uiey easa the rate of agricultural production with On Iillei numbera then tl %  nomlc proejraai will ba painfully ind UM exped in population fi Moscow insists n i> impoaaibla so tar, b .ie the cultlvaUon of 45 to BO acres, which is the roajtlnrum alse nl holdins, with iho inInduction of modern agricultural machinery, even it thai could i" obtained In aufAclent QuanUt) There b here, therefor bradlction thai the Bovii i %  > pointed out. it is tfHa thi now oi r r Mt| r*.;.. mtlhodl Of CU -om* MSI I*0 Iho foundry 1 loaders, demanding thai their own I tural U ba Iml%  < thai makes it % %  for them to H %  date thamselvei to the point 'it \ lew % %  accumulated oieit marketing 'fi %  that this, In competluon %  •• Ih the .ui-. nriethi i ud the pesaanta '-ill >oln 'h< %  %  evei Sellint: ;i pit i had iiumoun vear it number "f the pea had loined some of the lives had applied to bi i was Informed thai thi due to ttu har\'4'st whit Ii %  thi i real have resulted ir. .i reduction In the i i %  ucfa applii s here we hava Uv Yuajoalai tduatr; in II i at the momenl unfokted isteif %  attlnuoua trouble betwe ^ l mil the peasant %  about tl grain and of pigsMoal of the u .,i prod"*1a ore %  Old lo.l> in the mi 't for whatever prica irw %  ml whlcn he must icll to the Stoi poation variei ol course, In diffet %  t peri mil from i ling to I %  %  i %  %  lo ;m per cent Foi this than %  the tree mark" I ithe .i. HI lion, Th. Oovernn ant ..ml fata taken m iln< Wtiy to protrust for tl for the BI ind m • %  M ping, some fin export, to" Tinforcfbli aeisure "f > certain percent aye %  >! the product is the West 1'in world BUI it see he 11 i i rei ment could I Pnnaa nti da ansll The pre* %  the IK uant U I II he m able lo •.eii all his products freel) and coinpeuUvety the reaull [Or I >e urb.ui workers to be to i i> As it la. • lia>-t \carcttv thontjtd loi • i that the peasants do much better than th i %  %  When I .. ked UW Yugosl.v %  %  •> • t nought of the immediHtr fuj fairly optlml itJc. Th* bi %  oma rood prioi will f.>n thi autumn. %  %  %  long the whole of agricultural pre %  ill be bold m the open market by the < by the peasants m free and open m petition and I vernmeni .ind the peesanu will II this ] progrea %  ii. than would be afforded by a forclbli •ei/ine of th. peaianhf land, it la %  %  %  U %  wet Id i It lb* sum* mlttve ..m h nltu • Inate If Tii succeeds in the riH-.iiiii-iie. of course Yugoslavia can put more ei) ;it the du poaal I ..* culture and ol her urbei only by I 'I-. Vi. | hopeful that inInternational Bank will to them. %  %  for our pan if tins h itns, a win i, veal the world nipt aoclal ti tlona whii h ere taking place In the the world need .-. follow the pattern th it %  by thi itlon. UocesftiJ, imi— ," ,hl the Yttg%  '' wlil t.e mterestmg impact upon tl the Soviet bloc m between a r*litiviv pros) i.. A Yugoslavia prome methods than have beep employed on nea (\-eol in time in to the pofjulatloi border Stab that the applied by the Yugoslav Commnlor t,, thoee thai Sd to them. %  thi. will happen, onlj the future can tell in the Yugoslav Communl hopeful Hut there %  U t the objective i Yugoslav! ail -I lem" ill continue to dominate the economy • f the Middle East n .iit emere the %  ntheo cotittnue to iw by an, asrioulture th.it H sou grounded In pi %  %  uroRi D COPYRIGHT RESERVED I I ^ STANDARDISATION OF BANANA TRANSPORT rare) BsD>lsjsaauew I nlteiaBaaABaaaasai ituwi NEW YORK. Progress made in the transport < i undei propar i ifrigerated conditions .~ g Scribed by the American Standards Aaanciation UI an article m its lournal, "Standardisytion %  p;ist few years, it says, there hasi rcfa Into the refrigeratingij lo preserve perish' This work has culminated-in|' the approval of a standard practice for the iruTtaUaUon <f refrigeration equipment and the shipbuilders themselves would' : know in advance whether their products were enough. Standardisation also enabled shippers to 'eel confident that they could trust I their perishable cargoes to ships fitted with, approved equipment. Requirements for refrigerating equipment | aboard ships wenworked out to agree with tor land use, as far as possible. But! ire a number of essential differences.! Por example, sea water is used on ships for i| condenser units, whereas fresh water is used on lanu. Corrosion-resistant rm-teruils must therefore be used in the shipping instaland the corrosive action of the salt i inhere must be kept constantly in mind. Special provision must be made for lubn-j eating refrigerating machinery at sea, since] the rolling action of a ship may exert heavy treasure on bearinga Proper lubrication may 'lie duTerencei between continued operI the equipment and serious breakage The possibility of damage to a perishable M cast something goes wrong with the qufpmenl while a ship is at sea must also be taken into account. The standard requires sufficient reserve machinery must be carried. means that at least two complete conng units must be carried on each refrigi at i ship. The total capacity of the units : must be adequate to protect the cargo. In other words, in tropical climates the equipment must be capable of maintaining refng< ration with one unit in reserve and with i the m a eh lnee rwnming M hours a day. As soon as bananas are loaded aboard a ship, every effort is made lo reduce the temperature ti> 67 degrees. The fruit is warm when loaded and generates considerable heat. It U careful refrigeration of shipping space that makes it possible to bring bananas to the market in good condition, but the article warns that consumers should not keep then bananas in refrigerators.—B.L'.I*. IUIIIXS DESK uiid POCKET DIARIES IJI.V2 Now Available at • ADVOCATE MAIIOMIil %  See us for the following. . COPPER PIPE — >.". V. 1'." and HI TINGS GALVANISED PIPE Iff GALVANISED BENDS — 3", %". IH" GALVANISED SOCKETS— 1 ..". V OALVANISED REDl'CERS — Pi" lo V — V to V GALVANISED UNIONS — W. W" GALVANISED 111-11 PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "PTRAPS CORNER RASINS wllh PrdrnUln Itiuik Rvvivw Hy George Malcolm ihomaoit <;IITI:I VOIM. m AN oi\ im M\M. Till toiMi OBOBOB "" M \l KII.K. Uftsn 1860-67 Edllri\ li\ n*|hiudu Mjurier recer Daviaa, is*. Ml peea. in % %  ten of a gtfted btlr priggish young man on i Like In the London of the %  George du Main ler, who lived to beenmt> thto ins mother .n reduced clreuinsUuwae at Dui Midori • um) lends monry reguId brothel (living In %  Biacori-.i.,! m the French ht Oeorae (known tohli fiiendsasi Kicky) ii anxkHM lo aaj on, anxious to marry Emma Wmhtwirk M I Street. He has no tuEtc for Bohi %  though plant/ of tatani Hidrawl well < "KIKHI enough %  I %  herited from his ne'e] Freneh-father. The Conaplala Itnlianiaaii Tha | vsa hue .. area one influential salons like thai ol the i %  K %  i %  • mav— but somehow ram mept the great editor I: or that of the lonhlos, rich, discerning (;rrek.N who hold couri al TulSS Mil! for .nlisllc %  %  with i: io in tola pockei ind a haifVI .. tler*i itudle. '.iuh the %  : use of WhiMW i %  I %  portai '••iabout t" elhnb ihr MH-ml ami rtiti Ha charming, with hta halfFrench • 0e>mlnderi nd in vi.ti al HI d irra touchea tari of his love! \ u . ing fi mi thai n.i' %  i %  %  %  %  %  better oil he Is ilsi i . %  %  %  Mexli %  the real • %  %  M lo oi are i innot Unas i aa Kicky doea a shocked i I fellow," .ui old %  cornea n ciimpse oi Henley i : . ..n.i aobbtng lute ehU Mry Anne. Mary \nni Hi'iih \ limit treaa, to do hei %  %  kh Kick) brushes aside After tiur %  • %  of the %  %  ..I Ihr 19th with thi of V i %  i Arm' %  there promoliul. Du Meurler'l mother had prob.o Loodon ihiidren'i derisive ng aixmt her %  %  %  Mr \niir. MJIV Anne. ( safe the •.im in ihe ityrag pan Tinlu M.ium I of the: time %  iBflj own pr"• %  % % %  n I kit their mother n vean i d (I ither unknown when M v Anna met the %  %  %  il :-' %  no doubt he i vrith %  %  Trilby d enough for %  Cuban Trade Agreement Controversy Still K _. LONDON, The Anglo-Cuban Trade agreement is still t Ing controversy in many British qunr-' lers. The latest broadside to be fired, this time m favour of the agreement, came from Mi 11 R. Cole in the form of another letter 1 Ui th' London Times. He writes: "In my previous letter I made no reference to cigars since the main controversy over the Cuban agreement had centred on sugar. However, the following points are perhaps n Ifl vent "Imports of dgara from Cuba are to be limited to one-quarter uf Jamaican supplies It is difficult to see how concessions ot one-; fifth of a market can be held to constitute ICtion ss fS M//I//M) J'Hh Sept. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. • l\€Otl\ y CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT GEE I— This is Great FOR I OIWi It §K\HTY! d Chlckrnf Milk f>d I>urks Frrnrh Prtlt Pots Psu eaaedass*a Turnips JAR I'clit Brrd \-M ir.:iis Soup Top 11 off V, ilh a Vi. Mi(urr and <'h** A Sanborup InatJi.. Oaarea I hMlil.tr ( In %  %  %  fr, KEEP ON BAND srotrh ffTasaki Rye Whlske> <...lil Hi ml Rum Teg Notch Rum Baw Air Vi'orthlniton Ale n< %  s in Una Canada Dry Sotlj* and Ginger Air ENERGY FOODS Alt Bran PrufT Wheat I'ufli-d ffkaal Grape Nut* Ricr Krisples v\. %  i i % %  %  Corn Flakes Oat I likes <;i0iw tuns that SPECIAL DINNER on Sunday z^~ s : :: „. ^-n: 2 1^. : v? PARTY



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r.xr.r. TWO Ccodh falling IIARBADOS ADVOCATE rninw. MTTiMrtFr. n itsi M ,; H \n ivernor. w Pat BWMI DWHkfa Bark to Canada V;uigh.iK %  m i >*•*%  lion .f the Bjirbada* C'smen. Club Firs! Vi.it USSR %  SPJIIC, AII I.'. t \' I ih,V U t Iv DJ .1 'h^ V W t gftd SI %  -II W iv T ; .iidav unit is staying .-i IJ-HIOOuti-S**" The Stream From Trinidad M RS fUSTINA JKN'VEY -f %  li spending Ion here staying at Stream She arrived e.irhei in tinWMk In It W I A and wan accompanied by bM d-iutiliter Joyce who 1* with Barclays Bank. Mrs. Jciivc> Stale's aunt. Trinidad Pianist ISS HAZEL SCOTT. Trmiti..d i* at present udini variety thratre Durinn one of her performance* ad some "' Uut'i music • rod tinDally A FTEH spending a r, I .; i %  and Mr. GEaadon rat Canada last Saturday rrominr bj T.C A. Mr. Orell was Ma sent." Worthinji and Mr. renre Gap. Los*s Movie IVirt Journalist on Visit M" JOHN Ti'i.i. at Use RdlOt' the turiad Publishing Co who has n here a number ..r Hi ,-. is now back again ( i weeks' holiday. He arrived K..rt Amhrrot I is staving at "MayvilWHnll.VWOiil) Sept. 11 l Ion's penalty for b?ing the object of the affections BO and Tom Ncal in then pit—dawn battle last • c.-K was the loss of a movie part The blonde was dropped from lbs leadum iolc in -Lady in The iron Mask" by Monogram tudlo spokesman aid doctors reported Miss Payton was "too emotionally upset** lo begin the work.—If.f* dim II A Card from Moscow T HE Russians are portrait of A B Popov to rsd %  %  .. %  maans Uttla In ihli intry Bu* undawtscatl *.. arrived hare th.las-, week-end by worts l It W A la sending tct, dam if" ^'i'"' holidaving at Supei v Out t o give I rthing She I M Trinidad Nurses iss iMU'SEWIVKK 1..\MM> i-Kiiiii IJIIiiril liraifl'l" 57,l rt,Ved ""* "*" V ,mnl production cuuM not offset ..,.-,, t. .. ._ lb* f*n '" output of consumer Miss William* who will be reBOod mainmg for another week is paymg hat Hrst visit to the island. kg at the Park Nurstng 1'ort-oI-Spain. Miss Senhouse who was m two years ago is employed at tinCaribbean Medical Centre and plans to remain here for another two weeks W.I. Athletes ployec or W E. Julien ft C. Commission agents. (if St %  For A Month M ISS TECI.A ACOSTINI of Lima & Co Ltd MOSCOW In 1901." A RB"PCENT report fiom EngPopM was asked It* Ml rlea %  *land says that George in Baibado' fo t i paper reports that MarLewis, cake-time Trinidad sprint ^ ; "Accra." Rod nnad the Atlanta) pharnprpn. is thinking of turning an lb repUed that his attentions to iti m Mth*nt N> %  A i innirw I-at Mir. 0 %  i The N*i H 11 K M Nw> i; >i %  > i it i: rOUB LAST lll'I'OKTIMTV TO M I SEE HOW THEY HI \ THE HILARIOUS COMEDY -ByBAKBADOS DfeAMATH CUn 5 and M.3II TO-I1AY (IPKNINO TO-MOKKOU I I", and Ml *OPENING I.I.OIIi: TODAY 5 & 8.15 p.m. A CONTINUING FRANK and JaVM JAMES and THK VOUNOBR BBOTftatRI IN he story of Valeric and Ben Hogan-///f euy uho never eme up ami the girl u ho never let him down! incident the i i i a For Further Stay C INDER ll J K KA8TLaTI For Hurricane Relief A MMI^:K i Wan ini •tudJI %  •>•• v -* I %  'n nd Mrs. 1 ndJl gngland who ware hollda Commit itbi >": k V "" 1 Bl "J money for the Hurricane Rels "* onc to Fui.u." Usl week si Uv w< I U /,' "" %  'i'i"" ••.•e library, students %  PtttT A Month slopes, affixgv KTKH ipeiMlllH a month's inn stamps i nd doing other minor J\ holiday m tinasaad. Kn |gb <>n of them sind 'We an || irM OIU, daughtai Ol llon'ble %  help'' John Radix of Trinidad, rcluin, c ,1 home on W*--!!!! At the London School : V.l,\ She was accompanied of Printing M R. GODFREY CUMBER1 ATCII of Trinidad who U ^ aoa %  student at tbe London | fi %  %  lo iba Qatarmn Qt Print %  in port-of-Spaw. Ha %  aid Ibal I'-CIC is much te laarn ... i i ii ii tbe ttma. Inter-colonial Cricket r>UR!NO intercolonial cricket > %  npi Wnt Indl. 1 4. |i in TlUi k ••' T'iri.' i I* m H..JI.. N>u.lrr. I |i m InUrlu**. • M p.m. 1-i.m the RillloruiU OS p m BBC I ,Mr. 1 W p m WorlS Atin W. p m Th* News, 1" II p> ng up athletics, is just about to tackle it from a new angle. Prol" a vidtns Oeorge has kept in : tiaiiiuig dining recent I 1, ]>,: ,1. should not make quarler-nnli of the i i. )•' %  lORAlOa S^pl tl. ISSI in W K p m .fgWS i AMADSAM i> n < M c HBONSTU Rupert and the So rcerer — 28 'i %  i Bum IIUSMtOKO in.ih i*ment the peu i mi. < Iba games betwe< n British 7. -i inciudius • %  prw— A-r r I—r7 1 5-f—)T ir r— pel Ruptn la in u i they running? ih.v runniiu lo •.-.>•*-<.*-,*#***#W'* #^V .1 AX ETTA Illir.SS SIIOI* KGCXIIld BREAKING SALE To Secure Iha Bai gatni In*) never barsained for liom the 50 cases of N.w Merchandise just i,-ceived for the TLadies. the Gents and the Kiddles too LOWRB BROAD BTBSKT DRESSES ratLDSBN*! I'XMIIS— in all St*e Baaaa, AHaraaasi rDaahtaM, I raagag iiH-, tnarchaadlas i opening daj ol our Re they arrived lute, but n will inthe iietinnini; of foods so we i "nii.iiiv i Milisrled eustomers who i' specially 01 den .i Hi i i| Bai a alas! it loo late; for Saturday ttnd NKW SALE as we hart te you in jean 11rank ><1 IUMV.K si EXCELLENT VALUES llii.s\ t)n:.lllv Alllll Willi hi'iit pr 'i Si*% KrllU-s 3 & 4 Pl. Mincers Lavatory llrusllrs Hand Brooma %  ilium Suiu-t'pani. ml handle 84.73. IMS. 18.30 ...... fl.SS—M.M7 $2.35—3.46 77 73 (ale War., in Brown & 111... U Sires 1 lo 8 cups Tea I'uls 70c—$l.:!6 Code* F..ls S1.01—S1.46 Milk Jims Ue.—$1.19 Sugars 59c. CnH.c Mills tl.90— $111.38 T. It. EVABTS A. Will 11 II I IIS DIAI 606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 ALL HOOKS IEVRWSD IN Tin: "ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPEB CAM III. OaOBBSD TIIKOl 111! Tin: ADVOCATE STATIONERY #"###." H. I mjS Ol THK 1 'EJVTt HY '/• Slllll./lrin/ Hull mis ... Iliehliuhls in Slow M.ilion I fftmt J ^iTJim .\?'; SUGAR HAT TURPIN R0B!NS0N^/ ; WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP "A>' ^*~OFFICIAL FIGHI. FILMS AT VL\'£\ 4IM >| \S OPENING To l w IIHIIM.IIOU \... 10—4.45 and 830 p.m and contlnulni Sat. and Sun. Mfl .ud 8 3" pin. Mon.. Tugs .v W.-.I .3 Showii 1.15; 4.15 a.-d 8 si pro (FRIDAY) 2IST OIMI\... 4..KI untl .N p.m. an (oiiliniiiiiu l>ail\ \Uo: The trouble Hill IK The At-lion Tealurr LARATNI DAY ROBERT RYAN JOHN AGAR / rriti THOMAS fiOMt. IIHIS CARTER dm -M ptatKif 0 ha*tM N n:t i SHB • inM M nstn nmias Sassi iH '<-'• l " as hat" Satti U*m AU -The Short: SI-OttKV Wlltlk-. BEAT THE BAND with Franc, LANGFORD Ralph EDWARDS GM KRUPA and his OnhMtra; and TAHZAN AND THE HUNTRESS i Johnns WBISSMULLER %  ci Johnny SHKFPIB1 D and CHEETA pus TOMTI: LpCAL TALENT ON PAR \ni JOHN MJMH Singing "Blue Men rXlUO ORIFFITrl ling "Whan Yot I . -.. | toRllvi %  Too Young in Know* N l JOHNNY IWEISSMULLER .. JUNGLE JIM PYGMY \ISLAND And Tl.• %  On IhliBpot Story of the Guy in tinllutt.st Spot on Earth "A V.WK IN KOKK.V" M.iiiUlg I i II CALUSTBP. ss >n> Wllluun Hill PHILLIPS (HU TO-I1AY Only 4.3* & 8.IS Bb m m ORANQIH hi "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS" AMI "THE WOLF MAN" -\M KIIAV to MOVfD \^ 4 30 & 8.1S rVtOfl I I lo . Maria MONTEZ —Jon HALL "ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES" In Flaming Te.hnlrolor Rod CAMERON bsttlli Bloodiest • in the West . -Illl Oil) ll\i% III •all.*' with | MIQHT — Ray WHITLRY R Hi Bar-fl Boys Be Mi i.i'M'' II41 V W TO-DAY (Ohly) 4.30 & 8.15 -HI STV SAVES I LU'E UVD •LAST.OF THE ill n MEH OPENING SATIKII.W I AS ami SI.-, IKH JAMES UNDER THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE! KANSAS mim ...low Minis umi IIII • iicmt io \ni II Check this List sj| KsAenlinl hems (or Your Home. • Galvnnised Kurkels • %  • % %  i -I'd Wiisli Tubs • Coal Pols • Box Irons • Slid Irons • 1 "Hi in• Enamel Pails with ( n->rv '• |. mwtongtr% an*} // %  dsnni Without lh it l',irk.t< I Telephone 2M THE U HI VIIOS (IMiriJKATIVi; I'OTTOX F.UTORY I.TIf. I 1



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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1951 Weekes, Walcott Score 1,000 Runs X^:2^Z V s^ v \*VINGs —And Take 50 Wkls. Karl. In League Cricket Season Lowson Can Become England's \o. 1 Immigration >~~r j lit HKl ( I. II \-lKIOnlv ihrec cricketers ililltl %  LANCASHIRE, Boot, s. Ihc Central Lam tO wicketi in the season wl Tlmg asore Evavtan %  %  %  PaJcoti of Enfleld. ind Hit* thud player we* Denlson, Todmorden'i English professional. Tbi< u duclow i In ClydW;tl. t on 1M Le.itaie ramta. before his departure for H'rrkrV Itcrord I tori Wwkw. Racup's belovad prof* lui Ins. Iha eouraa When 1 I than waa l i.l round the ground as, mainly by MHH1< wit:, ha panMcKenley Beaten In l.oililoil WASHINGTON. Sept 2" ;IK delc! %  i U the N.itham (though Economic Confer heen in la-* I Thursday thai grod 10 continue 10 %  I game* .it Howortti (nil % %  '• %  IOCI the flow Ol immire ihc remnants of IIM prati '< %  to the tncfeel aaaoa Bu hi bowling even more tl ail induslaki %  ini lha freak] annas of iUtui and agricultural production. Inqucl on ip| %  %  t i n s %  (chosen for EnKlanil>.lolfk lally opened H the sessio i mlase* Ihe list Jy four place*, at Young (still perhaps England'*;of tha fcoard of Governors of the YEAST-V1TE %  i waning ye..r Averagi *. I U everything. Fi .* next .If*iitr tinf.-.t That of late he ha* Bedeer, was tutti' if KOfWi selectors had w lr* best --low left-hander i. Trueman, 1 A merit %  RldCWej I Wardle 1 just ouuide the first 12. i place more vak I -.... O,. It ,,. i s w an %  %  fir*! U . >.s. .trot 19 li. n, V. K.i.l. %  Mill III :X %  | %  D ) |( T .ui ..( condition. All ths | ea. 4. L < be turned oui In Lond A 6. J. -iaht for an athktit | ed his nrd 0,470 organised by Jamaican Ai" IT I ; %  ••!>. I". F C runs) there was a big cheer, and Wint n. ;iirt of r>,. I Onrdner. II. W. 0 A ParkJ the Nelson playen COn*rtoUled uaf Fund, and il %  %  %  %  Mixed with him 0 'i the heal batsmen < %  : ueaten into -econd place in th< :he world', Weakea ha WO by Englishman. T. 1. Hbjglna bornmEn. ftaished so ditiraseed that tor |, k 1 h *" !" i after t ike' jof,. ,\ „ %  i. p n. urc v-;.I..->IK i Compton. S. I bar Wast J j 4, h oe-ien bj '( should net bava run, really," Huiton 0 J. V Wilson I i 8 griaaacJng ovei rtoi N Bnepperd I" W Oi % %  1 too .r [kin, 10, H T Simpson, 11. G. routing the side with 8 yards, but cominf Into the atralghi A If somethinf %  >' %  ""'' %  ,li "' ' %  '' tM %  '• th pped on ma and 1 could ben 1 tU keap going to 1 —-—_ %  u "* K' nicy's atralghi entt Ol three yards v. IV f* 5 ^ "'," K ," bl t wa ^Sr •hittkm onwn by fas) finlshtn nshlp trophy, tart th. .,„. |>ol|ll i [lapse w,is pn i the tape and lo^^ 4 Idei lag UM |ni h ol Btoanj and cold ondltlong, Alter the race. McKcnlev the "exclii'l1M (50 or more wtefcettt> * , hopes for the I ug by Vta-kuhlre and CHemj full 01 I0 T W < %  %  f '"' '"'"'f 1 I Itogethci lil: 11. A] 1 e depended U .1 pointer to Statham. a. A v Bew i : I form But the) do lad i -, K H Okl R %  lieanng a good m %  crop of fin 11 Munccr. | retl than that 0 %  iAusnaUa last Fel ruary, i win and HoUki . i —l„E.K. PUuncul and DcvclIsrael i>nw>nng the the| Israel independence bond issue. | — r.r. The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B If you hsve s psin you aWl h*v< 'V ""^T f**'* M '' l,# ^ .hit to uc You must use YbAS r-Vl I b ; pCIIPVP^ J Tabkm YF.AST-V1TE .. ihc ONLY pain 5 KtUtVti s rflifvciwhichALSOcnuuttCheionicNiumin s YOUR PAIN J B.. You will be overjoyed snih ihe result, "i our s j, cm Mllesnish quickly, and you'U feel ever -.o ^ ... ure „ rt ? much beiifr. J MAKfci fUU v For HEaDACHEl. NCHVE PAINS, ; f £El vVELL \ COLDS. CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS 5 ; ri< 11 xi) livals. E.* : light !ln 1 tlvi %  \. until 7 o'clock did jy the Leiiguc ofAclali know where to What ,i disappoint. merit for N. Inofl %  I I was due to u B.WXWiUNotHaTf A Combint'if Team by ll-yaar-oad Uloria PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept, II. Brll not be repreeanted %  lha Olympic Qamaa to le bald W..r!d Olympics al Hi 111.11 %  %  noi political 11I1 .i> (rom the Olympic Following 1 p^otnted out by 1 J3 ''' rayio, wh o-.rr.-vi tha British West ihe winnen of Ihe Worsli < up : u "'> madloliia ir foui y* uuon s •' %  1 Ho 1 I'II. London rstiituti.ms fctm t|<( On behalf of the Hacup ciul., ,u CM brought -j._ n \ """ %  %  "•= '••" '" hrtp " %  u,..'. tha Waal KdK. are moving %  iV wireles, -t to ; '" nf am 1 1 j ,,, Ulc ,,„,„„„, () raderation and Mrs. Weekes to maik in. '• -'ic. s top sprinters. ,,.„, .„ n; ,, u drafted ,. consutubraaklng hia own League. McUonahl Ilaik-y and Arth.ir f|l .. mvl nni' of ihe wmt stn 1 Colonkw had aln %  ..S'm in thair avanti t,. nuuta mmei '.. ition In i li but the with their second icca .% %  <-* •• tnu> West Indian affair international Hi the saki of the masterly style. Ramsfaottom !<>-: I %  *'* fund They H || pul u,II .Vuliaiunicii then Indian [srofee"'" then work and besides draw-ion;ii 1. [ %  bja raapanse from the crowd foOoweri did nut put up much when Wet Indian Stum CoUoctioni they cai lied warm 8 runs. Ciydu Wulcotl look, 8 l '"'nks from Sir John Hoggins. wickets lor m iun* m 1a over. Chairman of the ttelief Fund, thus completing bis 50 wickets fur ,, a'*" dispelled any idea th. the KOHson. There u kb throe 'n-ney was not needed now that playei* lr tali Laeeue. who ""' tlMl1 -' 1 CJvaiuneni had an, 000 runs and MI adokers ""•'"•^ It" conerlbution. Jach aolomon this geaon Waakes rValcott and 'The cnivinnn-ni sum n..n i. Todrnorden's b^igllgh s '"' '"' %  Um lt n ' struction and retiaDUltatk r %  i mmr *' 1 "" """ %  " %  lller tailing 0r.ldecl.Md.tlWI *' ,.„„, (r „ wd gumfl lha .0 took 1 ,„„.,,„„ „ h „,, ,„.|,l .,, M,„. -: ml 1 -lined lull before '. MM' UKBIII.I Tixliuuldch niMhir..!! tawliiig allack and collaiaedI for ||, ,..of Ihe crtlectkgB would o^ IIMI!. M bowlod for |„. |t, 1 IV ljr M Dlll „ ls K*. j? 1 ?" M rU d le F A. Il„-v,.,l Ihgl 11 "ill •,ll II,,' '•ilrt n. K-oi-ed II .,. total liom Ihe ,pi'.,l nul II 1 exp..ill .1.. U'lU'i lux! >•„,'. ^ -_^___ haying nv re i Koei lei Arthur Peall says: led. 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KKIDAt -I I'll MBKR II. 1951 RAKDAIMIS UlUlt UI C.J. Reserves Judgment In Alimony Suit PAKE rive X %  DID THE JUDGES of the an „| Appeal, Mr.' rayloi end Mr. H A Van >.;ir b %  • nc which Wl %  Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collyi judgment in the Wilfred Rockn Hock alimony case which was heard at the Court of relay. •I II A>\\S § I..'.,f U'vight aaadnai km Peking to obtain ali%  v lam Court .f :' %  %  of 1, onl> Mel she had ,-ornr into t,i. t %  .ui. was ,, .u, U)r I'MdiKu %  I tlir uile that MM *->v> Inr in Hie house unr mornliu earl* but a wa nut for the rourl t.t %  — IIITL. irmi.. pOUll of falling port. he Mill that he would scare.-%  iiing coun%  • part* % %  .. ti • be nM thai tb< IMlg. forgotten the us*o( !' %  English The evidence of %  %  • nctad proof thai %  : %  %  Rock Mr. just the ueual < . D %  %  tad with crediting' fooda from i fi Hi I Bant I.I fi. m an i I ana that the onus Suinmlntt up the C'ouit of Appeal Jud*:* desertion He did not h %  i.'ited that tin* p :..-'.. %  .'..' kai %  %  II Mi D*ai ..... On that day the\ disagreed and the petal %  ' %  %  %  %  %  : .. . %  he had itoi i %  < %  ud Mr "'.' %  -'BMMMMbU Findim-s 1 %  """|H V •"• "•*• if the y r ,.'" cap) I i tenet .: tl fredaalleM-iiJPfMow bad taken the view %  „ %  w. re enUUad t % %  m the first place, thai K pkeepere, H dW not m.pi 1 %  '. but onlj his thnt the supplv was adequate %  w th him MH It N JACK V wife up to July 6. lflan. and thin % %  %  peal Ju %  %  rter carefulSI Ud to b. aft •> %  the Island the evidence. of livln the and of lb Stowaway THE I lankly* Ill I for below durtl %  %  %  plained 1 i Mowed %  i i %  %  bers of th. /. being >'ii dark out another diligent %  ny* %  way U> be I I policamaJi Ir 111kl.11 IIR fad that Ihe Praakkra i K %  I r British c . I II wawey' \ %  hn-r-tm. ked seaman < %  • ' .. t hat hi %  The Praahlra O.K. did ..' 3 p m but i I I %  art todaj found Thi* ro nun (., %  i left) CONTRACTS END that they bad conw to tinconthb wontati llvad elusion that the relationship l>e"She should haw IjMJargiven ;in ','", >"*'" "' '" Rock and Kir ln i Ufe aihduci which I'•,,.,. „ rot merely one at master and cirovo her out would come to %  %  %  %  I I with a Mipei: %  rontlrmeri I, TWO-YKAR-OLD Jt RTn r Bo i ce of Cova, St %  %  %  i. i :... au Jefrra; adw I „„." „c Jfld. T ,..,.,.. /_ Hut nplalnl DR. HARKNESS LEADS U. K. DELEGATION TO w.ii.o. co\Ft;iti;\( i I • Cd to supply Can* with ud It would %  I her regularly on the oi"iin' of wllfrad ha would pay fr them Upon of the | %  not out Final %  %  %  %  I %  K.m.i liiir or thai Lent ti DB Bnld K C M i •sing the lion thrh'pf to the Comptroller i ": A .. %  .,. ntt nl ..:. I M ll "•j" !" %  % %  %  i t i> to Head the United Klngdott i, „,:,! .,. ,i. lelegatipn ot the-annual matting .... ,; WJ ^llR* 1 Committee of the -lutrltlon of Infants and school... i Itv t *o -t their cfdihill'v -nrt AmtidP o.B.E, Director of Medical SerCannon Overturns The old cannon it I Gal Savannah havt for man) provided a r(at amount ol tun for eMldrei wl o Bock iii und them neai lj avei > evening of the week. Thii tjrpt oi gun formerlj formed the 11 B.ti badoe whei the flrtf era wai itaUoned In the island .i.n ride them th> each net on •> gun and pretend thes an PI . Mi. IW.. i I: h: RAINY DAY DARK CLOUDS overhung in. Citj t"i in'.ui%  %  %  re heav) kt pi i •opla running hen and Uv << in Ing with %  on\ I .'..i tin i...I %  I d ihe whole enefj ha bi en ipoUed %  i hope whot % %  %  iu aoon put -.. ,i fallen mn* back In p I *k forward to Iheli i an.'i "MANS DUTY TO ANIMALS" SPJ \ I iHC.) C K Torrezao gave a le-iune on Prevention of ..! Committee ,1 %  %  %  ' •*> Attending World Health Organization for I """" '""" %  P •""' "" "' IM wr %  """ U| the Western llcnmphe.e AdvilIn J ,...,:."" *** %  re to Dr. Harknaaa at the meetOven in $£LP*%Lt£Z > u i' u' "' %  will be Dr L. W Pltxi floU bj "•'"• % %  dltolt fell rhe Police ren I .!'..! I I %  StrmiK Point On %  Seat point; that i ihall urge,' 1 he laid, "u ihi the chief nndmg, or of the % %  %  %  .)..,....!. ., am) i ii .1 p 0 Mahony, Dlrectot i I B %  The meetiTiK is sehetluled te • %  pen on the 22nd September and lose on the 3rd October. Ittent drlzil I* rained In nearlj ever) > %  %  lei-ture rrom UNICKP will i-ro•"' K '" %  'J "* %  p; .,..,. %  i g p. n [napectoi %  lure % %  ih moat | ei College to M leachen :„rM"* %  ''-" n -"' M,M vef y h0,v > f Hls -object will IK"Mane dut) M in tment I I I i I i' %  fa the i pi %  % %  „ ... |, ...... _,. i i %  on "Kin i '"'\ ,""" ] "' ;" %  Undei an agreemeni with tin Prinl %  Ii two at itu Wind' '''' %  ; of the V(llH | U .., Uh o,.. i k. %  uu Courl oi (ll 1049 lno pan-Amei n Sanlnion ol an K '" ,jU "• ll Appeal .not i ..• %  %  on .my e\i. ur% ( n ... ., ithi 1 ui bekM aAahlkthed m long %  •. %  tb s """' P* 001 If an iKlertook '.h runctlon < %  %  i ml) \ <• on adn I Committee of the Wi the learned .indues i Health Organization foi tht %  : %  "• ll ''' '' found as ern Hemisphere. It exereltce theta ">l I %  nil Ihero functions throutih it. directing A %  to justify thenCouncil and its perm %  i 0 i tie rain fell, ;>nly si nan rera wbei i %  <• ol unknown origin being r. be Pan in U* Cits • % %  br Valki As l0 (t .. Bureau In Wa hlngtoi I ,, ;. -.. r ,-|,e ( -u-l.i th, If. ,. %  I %  %  • .. %  ,!. %  llUng Jhlttee and Regional OfAcc .,. %  %  .' St. Peti .. '. . via s< \ %  I i t iullciicrr % i %  aadh ml n %  tun i Ti ... DOI % % %  da) hen i Oth ships '. %  .i Oardlnei iu Ltd, SCHOOKERS Bve r de a a. 61 Ion* %  nd lotted I'ilcrini g .oi v.-,i from r.i ituui • s. Lucia th cargo chiefly fiult. Arewo I %  s. hoonen Ownei %  %  lation LennowBoyd \Say II in A Car Mi .\ Leni m 13 %  ervatlve M P Island raceni N lalll'Mi Boyd M.i,oi Dennl i %  ntral Btali< • %  mnnung, lie u.. ti %  Ha id iu in i. el Uu i I Polio % %  .. %  Comi -n.o.-r After vlaltln Hea Offlce, Mi Boyd wa % %  %  rt< i the raffle Hi ... tb .ill tl %  StaUon Hvfrvsh i II #/ 4% In iiffin-iilin ff II \lllUSO.\S BRO D ST ALARM CLOCKS. thout lUun PRICES FROM $3.37 To $4.05 EACH. iii Valueg which cannot be ran ited CANES BURNT nd In i"" : to begin mat.imumal t. | '"' Health Ol, the most a Court could soy wa* Purposes The fundamental purnoioi of PASo I.|_J WH'i rammei the Regional M lh, %  %  %  • Is this .i %  %  pt, OH the : %  ..... •" noth P.A.S.O. HiW .... dmllai to cowTbit' dl i •If out of the ; %  '' '|"-a Dd tn E ""' t '" lh J*] A is willing eional Cominiitce from WH" t^-..J n '^ from the funds pU.d n-. m d 1958th fact that his ooer was not bona [he dlapoaal of UM United IflUoi BM I nae. iti improve conditions in undei On thr Kround that her OBdj countries The fur. i olijeelliin WB* Ihr icoins tn Pie nkely to be available to the Corner, ihe decision should be -\in.-rica. from these SOUrcM foi ,.,, s will unoe reversed. 1952 are e|xsrtee to %  <• m th.Wilfred hjcl denied there beneighbourhood o f $2,000 Dot ,_ ,gi ; liUE Ihe alleced i — > %  i t %  %  • %  he<* S Iv ten himself and the woman; Assistance %  o It wa. beside the pci.it to in raceni re U* Britti through the ask liim In sive her up. The '-irihhean :n ;i' n.% %  %  ...' %  % %  if %  '• %  %  %  CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY HHACCAi/ on, *" 1*" -'"-f"0e' %  mediciie*. i.e.. Phsnaceim. •-— ^~~~~J C-Weme. 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Churchill enthusiastically picked] and help fight his battles in Par- bobo is peeing and that and ak ear a to jail. tt ser ee ote toamge ten gg
up the General Election challenge! liament. Attlee’s brief announce- }* enders have reached an un- september 27 for the sentencing ot a R . | inal Council meetin eR : a -
but promised the British people! ment by radio to the country said precedented rate. ross on his plea of guilty to 6¢ 4 rom umania Sn Pn bel hae play
} 4 he oy’? oeiie ; e ec f cm ing on ached ¢ xtre é
pe a oe Pils ae of] the Labour Farty want a decisive This deterioration occurred eae eee eon . STs jegree of harmony’ on major
slood, sweat and tears” if he} vote of confidence from the people] despit« increased enemy fire c LONDON. Sept, 20 issues
we after 18 months of Government) power and improvement in| x Apology: The editor of the The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company | ‘The Twelve Nation North Atlan-
“The road will be hard and up-| with only a small majority in ee ort, Lieutenant General Peking Communists’ official paper ut off from its main source of oil |e Treaty Council told Russia on
hill,” Churchill warned, if his bid| House of Commons William Hoge “‘Comdinanding IN ciberation Daily, omitted to print}in Iran has concluded a deal to] @riday that the Western Powers
to oust Socialism from Britain Labour’s margin on important! the Ninth Corps. said at “‘Wonte i message of congratulations fron uy 200,000 tons of oil from Com- | will not be deflected from build-
after its six-year trial succeeds votes has been only from six :o| quarters to Mao Tse-Tung on the} “unist Rumania ing up their defensive strength by
The official campaign will not}10 in a 625-seat House since! (Hoge’s statement led to im-|{ oceasion of V-J Day. The editor The ‘Soviet satellite’s willingness | mere empty words about peace
| start until Parliament is dissolved|February 1950 elections. The] mediate speculation on the pos- to print a public apology in a]} © part with oil even for £1,000, This declaration approved at
| n October 5. but the election ma-| Labour Party took power in 1945 | sibility that Communist High iter issue. He admitted that aj 00 surprised many officials here. | the final day of the meetings al

rave political error had been East and West have been fighting | ojeared the way for revision of the
des@ly cold war to keep oil

chinery of all parties—alerted for) It now has an effective majority

weeks for a_ possible election jof SLX.

started operating today ; Attlee appeared to leave uo!
doubt he wanted a popular en-| Hoge said “More prisoners

Churchill summoned an emer-|dorsement of his policies not only, @7¢ being captured in one sector;
gency meeting of his Shadow Cabi-lover attacks from Conservatives} in a day than we got along 5
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Command might agree to resume
armistice negotiations.)



ommitted, : Italian Peace Treaty. The declara-
Flying Saucer A mysterious rom each other tion said that “all obstacles” hin-
nad flyin B object was chased re- Briiish officials hailed the agree- dering closer North Aviende co-
itly by two American Airforce |} ment as an example of the advan- ee on oat equal footing
C ia a . ee cers . ig FAs. iag r kee , > ade should be remover
A camera-shy Russian officet mites his face coyly behind his hand Hcers in a jet plane travelling ore RaePAne Oper Seage: Were To the Soviet Union which was
as the photographer takes thif p*ture of Field Marshal Sir William aL New Jersey at 450 mph [She Communist bloc Britain has

net—top Conservative Party advi-|but also over the Left Wing sec-|eptire front during the summer
sors—to review election strategy.|tion of the Labour party that Desertions which were a rarity

P. taff , , ‘ct reference
a i i 4 P . C t P 1g? . . : fused to t t jemands fror not mentioned by direc
The annual Conservative ‘arty opposes so much spending for é few months ago, are increa Slim, Chief of the Imperial General Staff (centre) and Major General t th thing” left them far be-~ TChsec o bow to demands from

the U.S. that it halt all trade with the Council declaration said that





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Conference scheduled for October|}rearmament; the Liberal party|ing daily. Some Reds show such} ‘proops in Austtia Might) gerching aa etheiat Tatar ee by, Bettinh eee SS oad wre £000 tp h , | the East firstly the “persistent attempts to
10-—15 at Searborough was _can-| which has only nine seats in the] @ desir for freedom that they ceremony whereby the American forces took over the polici: Share a 1 emo wa ave } No longer carrying ofl away divide the people of he ; at h
celled today due to the proximity|Commons but holds a strategic]SWim across rivers to surrender » ig of the na v invasion of butterflies | po), Iran, Anglo-Iranian tanker: Atlantic community will fail

Inner City from the Russian tyoops. Only in this eity, occupied by







of the elections position between the 313-seat|—a>d water is mighty cold this} the four Powers, could such a piccure be t varms of dragonflies which | will call at the Rumanian port of | Those who make these attempts
: . t in > | i » taken of frie >stro iene ; x er BISA PGES ¢ rs i , ;
The former _ wartime leader [Labour party and the 297-seat] time of the year | tion in one ceremony. Sapreie OPY participa troyed the insects on the AP~| Constanza over the next thre¢ go ng unger ene ya ‘ neues k a
greeted Prime Minister Attlee’s| Conservatives. ii | Ss yen ine This time last yea | months to ferry fuel oil to British [the strength of the close ties be
announcement that the country Anthony Bden. Conservative Boe yestes - how ; ey on ids of butterflies literally cover-|naval and merchant ships in. the ree _ OT oe
will vote on October 25, just 35|deputy Party leader avas expect- veteran -ommunist troops have | d San Remo, making the roads} Middle East. Secon¢ ly e threat ing
; been chewed up. The new men, a “ i ‘e : aie UP ternational situation” browght the
nes (ed to hurry back to London from a ; ppery and dangerous with their | P : cathe s
‘ . he said are better equipped and s} twelve nations together inva de
an Italian holiday. Some predict ; quashed bocie : _ 4 ‘ eufh
. . well supplied with fire power but . } fensive alliance “to greate suffi-
Y's that if Conservatives win, the fax Ualaw Mika: Abke wn? the Cos Fire: The life-long ambition to cient strength to preserve theli
DA aged Churchill would take the} ' 1 te os ’ m= ypen a Stamp shop with his col- B: | ‘ | N] BR: t I 2 d liberty
YESTER Prime Ministry for a few days|™Unists used last year » | (ection of 70,000 stamps was ful arbados ats Orhieaty. WA "sarles of spcaalied
WEATHER REPORT ae + ey pe gen turn “In two weeks we have ti ken} j anspor aii eS illed wast week by a Durban man . peace efforts as vague in language
1e jOb over to Eden 53, or some 2 . > * jut one night th el th ) Ae » as 1y are obscure in c ent, are
From Codrington other younger Tory. ae ‘< ee = . on oe mr with ve oe : ; my ee 1e shop m ressiveé = they ere a ae ys oon ee th -
: IL: ao 4 ’ : . = Chinese army than we took from By FRANK H. BARTH 1 amps worth &£ 16,000, | made from time to time u 1
Rainfall: .99 in. Churchill who will be 77 on} thair predecessors in two months (By h : OLOMEW) as burnt out. Thirty other busi North Atlantic community will
Ln oar Month to ae = is suffering from despite the fact that these oa TOKYO, Se pt. 20 1 ©s were gutted in the £500,000 | “ GEOR TOWN Gent 20 test these offers by deeds that fol-
ate: 6. 8. nereasing deafness. h Tr ] je J Zs 7 : rk ak , sept. 2
: . e av .% nition ¢ fe 1e largest fleet of transpoi E . ‘ line » centre : ' low them.
Highest Temperature: 85.5 Ms My. Clement Attlee, Prime etiiter’ att inking fire Smee ‘ to be delivered eithe Sc ae “nee eter ec ie-about K ret Me ‘ede ax tnd fir | The Barbados cricket team ar- They will never reject any gen-
Lowest Temperature: 75.5 °F Minister for six years and three : ; | aimunte to cornered Mis ae ie ee tade hs ph he first riving at 2.45 pm, at Atkinson [uine move for peace but will not
Wind Velocity: 7 miles per months on election day, starts| Red artillery can. now fire] Claimants to ownership under a decision of the British | 7 "°2 ih Amer a history is Field yesterday received an official | be deflected from building up their
mien aiis (9 a.m.) 29.966 |for Scotland to-day. He will} more rounds than previously but | Court at Hong Kong expected at any iimne ; 7 . eres ol ae gir! welcoine trom. the BG. Cricket lagiensive strength by mere empty
* haere SAL oats {address the annual meeting of the] there is no aceuracy, “They Sevent: fi é ve tei rpiacden to bull~ officials including well-known, jn=) words of peace.”
Ghia > 26-00 asi a) i ae Ore le leaeeuanne on eaeh euake y airevaft ate iuvorved valued at. $4,750,000. The}ight ia America, she went to tercolanial ‘ar lik { Cc m -
ae . = 7 r - . , . » Council also agreed to in
! — Tan a a tT kent eT tet Ae (LP) | planes are of U.S, manufacture and are under U.S, registry. | Mexico. There she got tossed on | Green, Sane 7 Seer ne me



, ' Berkely Gaskin, Kenny | vite Eisenhower to its next meet-
They are at present impounded by the British Court at Kai]@ bull's horns, pawed under hiv tWishart, international Snume ing in Europe. British Foreign

H T H A l iil bio airport in Hong Kong but are guarded by Chinese | ?°%° 7 missed ates completely 04 |Rrowne and Barbados-born Justice | Minister Herbert Morrison won :
MW t ee Civilians, some } ret > ed i ler first pass with the sword, killed [, R, L. Ward. delay in plans to have the nex
ouse oO ouse ppea \\ ] U.S. Must Rely On | - of whom wear the Communists insignia m neatly with her se hed "in ars meeling in Rome on October 29

Siiercastesialinlindenicnnenll ’ econd The ter “ ri
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: iges awarded her the bull’ ‘
* ' - res i A guard with the replica of tt wardec ! ! earin»t the beautiful draught board
: * . or ood s ; be’ i" 18s , . reparation
Be Made For J’ca Sufferers Force To Keep U.S. Ti Chinese Communtee Hae ete ee | toe 9 good frst try Joule. ground twice, today, Rane | impossible for proper, preparation
; i bs tempted tc | t Opinion; Master salesman Henry er Will } ; oy the British Cabinet officers
i 1 ted | revent his corres ¥ . : 7 7 tage lihlame imselt COMMING Tee » vt ‘ 1s."
Jeane chr T :. pondent f tal t } ord Il, is evitical of the methods t¢ regaraiess OF Who wine
a ‘ gal: . - I it fro aking pictu the cricket togs ¢ ying with \
Over 230 packages of clothing, hardware, foodstuffs, etc., I eace British Turbine mp6 und bales if rae # - f a salesman of ideas on the other | om - stot + te t a Agreement aie ye" Ty nee
: 1 ed a t and summone . forepare 1o w lean . f ‘nt o r i~
have been collected at Queen’s Park by the Hurricane Relief TRUMAN e other guards with similar identifi- | “"4°,,0f the Tron Curtain Says} Both wicket and grins 1 are in bl) sr s te eS gh
. : i ; t milé lent 4 S ; ‘ : « ¥ d are » ) a 7. eg
Organisation, for Jamaica hurricane victims. Engines cation buttons as the picture-tak Stalin is making at least one Jaxcellent condition, but it pro-|the risks of war against the risk
The organisation was set up twelve days ago by Mr. Mc D.| By MERRIMAN SMITH Sha ed 7" ing § ntinued 2 . bad ni tn ee iis is trying to se) | vides no hounce for pace bowlers, |of overbalancing European econo-
a ‘ ‘ aye caadiioe . atl va an ie Ol N, Se} ) e decision of the ong Kon WO COMMUCTINg Ideas a ue i Ithough wt Brads V ne »* toward war production
Symmonds, Churchwarden of St. Michael, with the help WASHINGTON. Sept. 20 A United State Airlinag Court awarding them to one © | time . righteous .desire for], gh when Bradshaw opened | mies towarc eo ak tee
f Mr. H. H. Williams. Secretary , + ASHINGTON, Sept. 20, : ‘ ip a few balls rose bail high. It] The Committee will hav
of Mr. H. H. Williams, Secretary of the Y.M.C.A, President Truman said Thursday] '@Presentative, said U.S., failure (o or the other may in the opinion of |U"'versal peace wrapped up in #!seems as if spinners Holder, Mar- | headquarters in Part
First shipment of the articles that the U.S. must rely on force velop turbine engines for military men have an appreciat mstant threat to wage world !shall and Bi anker will be a —U?P
will be sent to Jamaica by the athe tha diplomacy to pre-| Passenger planes has driven. the effect upc the ar situation in u V . , f : ; gtreoitia
a 2 rather lan iplomac pre ation i much work a
S.S. Colombie on October 3, it is} ADVOCATE J’CA serve peace and make certain|*® the British market, where Orient } Campaign: Australian security 3arbados batsmen confident
. expected. Packing begins today | Russia lives up to her international everal excellent engine topes a: a unists are adjudged the se*vice officials report that Com- | the wusiiataen . coinicas ons o - on Th “ADVOCATE”
Sng the Relief Organisation *.) RELIEF FUND agreements vailable lawful owners the ill be pre-|â„¢unists are conducting a camera | stroke making to the delight of a Rm
a that the public will do} THE FUND took only a As much as we dislike it the a were ie more interested sented with a ready 1 le ir] tt} mr dgn against them Com- | big crowd entehina _ e one pays for NEWS
their utmost to make whatever : President solemnly told his news} '? 1e powerful efficient turbine feet for troop movement, twic ‘ s with telephoto lens have 7? - aie
contributions they can as weithes | an sorward Ser anz. | conference, this is necessary under, &Méines displayed at the big Farn large as any fieet now Seiad tn ais e de tected shotaareuhine men we but early in the morning the Dial 3113
as possible, so that they may be}] jmportant. Once it is open — the present circumstances borough air show than they Orient. excepting only the clomes- usr «y thought to be security agents ine the 'b Pe. Sonne Nigh
in time for the first shipment.}] and it still is—it must go for- He said however that the oan aL British passenger planes tie service of the Philippines ai report suggests the Communist aeeatiite Je “y" both ways and Day or Nig t
Business concerns who have] ward United States will not misuse its{ emseives, lines party is anticips ; 7 p 8. Good: Inpression
E " 8. pating the result of
se ackage a > ; ower and will ntinue; to seek . ‘ ; f lane: +t t ! , SS
prom! f d packages and empty 3 A picture of the nugtisane Reale a tig oe — The Farnborough show whic i the J lan are ! = ove nationwide referendum on the =
cases are especially being asked | amage on this page speaks Sroements Bee np wc iasted a week and wound up la 5. claimants they will offe red} Suppression of Communism and is
to do so at the earliest opportunity for itself. the U.S., must continue to build immediately after reconditioni: if b ,
Por. tha: Panera sakann ane “( IS IT NOTHING To you? up its strength so that it will be Monday with an attendance o! to th 1 Nat sm itionin / ographing security service men
“ae » reason. vera ? Ss & § i v 2 , Fel r ‘ o the nited Nation ( fe warn p ‘ er '
ladies have already volunteereq to|} ~-Who'have not yet “subscrib- in position to enforce ugreements on ae were included 7 "8 in the Korean airlift or for >| a eee ee
help with the packing ed? Are you going to help, or In that way ne said agreement ap tn . reat 4 Sonn oe 5 OU" other military transport | e e ®
a ° s 2 7 t 0 je omet uch a ast ‘
Persons who are desirous of not? Whichever course you will be kept oer ate me Willaue ind Viajor vi | >
sending parcels to cuunnites Park decide to. follow to help the Truman said Communist by | chy aS pney for passenger s¢€ pile Claire Lee Chenna lt of \ ts an Can No Longe v
but find it difficult to do so can ba peat a ag pa efi their aggression in Korea and other |, ay tor "Sir Une oper ms?’ : Tiger fame are the America (
phone the Park between 7 a.m. and daar eae Ste aes bea actions have compelled the U:S., | ‘x ‘turt / ) ‘rok er ah 1 rs ; contendine for vY Lontribute T oO
p * Sin. f receive and grate- : rce. W 3 ni . 5 ) engine me
5 p.m, each day, and avail them- fully acknowledge. ’. ty (ichoitices to iestacos pothesis a turbo jet tope which powe K i R ‘lj if FOR
selves of the scout-Messenger Am Pte: ack. $11,117.20 he aati they will bane it, combat planes except that pows First Hand Story orea ‘ ief
service there Advocate Co., Ltd, rege ° s harnesse é »jler
service po ‘shes x. ¥, Z 1.00 He added that is the reason|!§ harnessed to a propels This stor a GENEVA, Sept. 20
7 . om “ : : 4 : 7 tc edn Tag | a ; ry hi een coverc first Siding Whe 4
Mr Sysiinatds tore the Advocate o i * 100 i ad bie oe : defence pro-| U.S, airline representatives said hand, There were no reports rh the Iran is no longer able to con- r
Mr. Sy t e i bee ie aramme. The possibilty of main-|ihey are installing turbo proy tue \ tribute to Korean relief because of ’
esterday thé » ame onts c Canadian Bank of Commerce Bos Baa oa oo See eh = ae aot j ‘ Sle g proj ituation appearin n any Hong y - wer.
yesterday that he has p anned to W. W. Watkins 10.00 taining peace will be stronger }engines in ome airliners now Kong newspa; , its oil difficulties the United Na- }
make an all-out drive in the City Barelay's Bank (D. C. & 0.) than ever if the U.S, goes for-|peing built. In contrast with piston repulat are eee) aCe British} ‘ions Economic and Social Council
and suburbs one day next week Stokes & Bynoe Ltd 50,00 ward with that programme—if we | an, nov ; j eae won = prohibits comment) was told Tt day ,
‘ Royal Bank of Canada : ngine iow used, turbo props) upon any litigatic j t] lursda
for contributions to the relief ap- Music Lover 10.000 stick to our knitting. \have no vibration and give much! fore » 4 itish co cote ee \. Hs Mevierdah, tranien: gele~
peal. This will be in the form of A Sympathiser 1.00 He emphasized that the U.S..|icy er noise levels and might add 4 BP ” A Gaur . rate aid his country had been Almost two hundred year
a house to house appeal by the —— does not want to use ferce but! ; 1 nil tus however is the situation at] naking “modest” contributions to ago that eminent English
a th
ppes >) Total 11.192. 20 is much as 50 to 100 milk Pel Tip vomeht TY { ‘ , , .
scouts, and any item ever so small te ats must have ability to meet force|pour to the speed of the Constel-| agin " nited States} the Korean Relief Programme man of letters, Dr. Samuel
ml with force if peace ti ssure 7 : ! _ 7 oviginally supplied these aircraft Donald Kingsley, Agent General Johnson. gave the opinion
peace is Lo be assured. }iation airplane. T Wwe i1 fuel ‘
@ On Page 7 U.P. au RarTens ‘ © the Chinese Nationalist Govern or the Korean Reconstruction that “Claret is for boys
ok -. economy While not yel comparable - 7 +
- da aiaeiinntinetiin Svitesinchieelaatesnidecantenins Salemnbodaetan’ ial ici a Rilke aa ah {ment to set up ar nternal tr \ageney, called on member Gov- port for men; but he who
with that of piston engines is yet artat ’ , nments t tep | their contri aspires to be a hero drinh
‘= 4 1 ree ‘ ’ treater thi at o ts. partation and communication et FOTASIW. WO. Sak UP She: Gamat y= ee rete “4 me ~
On E “WICKED q TY q LI B ee han that of turbo U . work. ition beyond the present brandy Dr. Johnson lived
—U.P. Mt tibutent” the -remathi: y} commitments in view of the in an age, however, when
= dates ao re ' . incalculable jestruction ir men took their, drink-
| Chiang K -S “a t oe TGR - Korea _ing rather seriously, and when scores of little gin-div
‘ ° ‘ ore *alsenen authorize Hen Kingsley told the Economie and nd drinking-houses in the back-street ee \
’ > ault anc riNlaue te , malt . ) 1 uCO i in nk ; i vi yack -stree oO ondor
Communists Ste ~P eae W I : oa >a e pro social Council that his organiza encouraged prospective customer vith the sign
) T . J . “ ele wel With tk ior present allocation of $250,- |
Up Disorder ‘ Fein of the Hong Kong police | 900,000 could cover only a fractior DRUNK FOR Id.; DEAD DRUNK FOR 2d.”
’ the wo mer vho ere ther t the damage whieh he estimatec
. . perating cis ra 10 i react 14 total of nearly Those were lust day wher f tinctior
‘ y > ’ I i | é I r y a vhen men of distinctio
Campaign In Be rlin ervite thr ugh non-Commut 2.000000 000 -U.P. thought little of whetting their appetites with three
! re ectcrs of the Orient put or four bottles of port, and capked a hearty meal wit:
Communi gratin - ( = ere ee ee op a further half-a-dezen bottles of claret Take th
1 SUS Ste *¢ up t > ve . .
ampaign to et oy I disorders i ‘On a pb . he King W ill Carry case of Charles Mildway, Lord Fitzwatte1 He was a
i aig ) é i 3 n the sixth day fearing riot by ¢ great ladies’ man in his day and it said that when
the Wests weice ma toviete ’ b i 5 de d it i ai at when
tightened’ thelr srdnaletiold Om emmunist sympathizers, the Co On As Usual he was well past the age of eighty-four, he lived fur
Bet lin 7 missioner of Poli rdered the many months on fourteen barrels of oysters, two dozen
Ccirueniee ; aie urged to g Jards oft. : LONDON, Sept. 20 bottles of port and seven bottles of brandy a week!
ittend a “ setae’ ally” tonig sht oF Seo ympathizers mover [wo statements indicated to- We are assured by the historian that his was by no
‘ a I st ré Reus r 1 imediately Chennau nc hat King George VI intends means an exceptional case.
; }the East-West border and it v Ww a, ‘ber went to : » carry on as usual, but the “f te ee
! |" ported that a band of Cor ie aha abthins stery surrounding his health From “Let Mine be. Wine
j munist youths last night made a] Keg an eens ok rernained as deep as ever by G. R. De BRUYN
= 4 raid into the West. | aircraft “but wel Some Londoners were heartened kL y 7 Tr y
| era | eens fo Sshotnnenicns that the Kine |) NK IN MODERATION .
ol 1id about me be a + 7 l open the new variiament on
a the Free German Youtt ‘. q ' ’ a vernber 6 and that his tour to K W V
Com ust youth organization)far ¢ es t t I | * ; '



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sector and tore dawn the barrie’ China. except for «minority ti ie" aknough n'a seduced “eae. PAARL TAWNY
affic because it was unsafe |" Natior I r | , that ther ha | ‘been : struc 7 ~ WEMMERSHOEK
|, the Bridge crosses the Land: th Br tain nd the U.S. | No further expla ation wa ‘otters (Medium Sweet Table Wine)
lof Kreazsberg a sind, the Repiak (oe ene, Ser ae ered | SHERRY NO. 1 }
| Jinto the canal and s Peking Regime and the court sub-| | Three, of the ning doctors whe /if SUPERIOR BRANDY
| PES Se arate ee eee (emer ee eign emu nse alata he received ||} AP He'w KW.V. -.. Hee GOODE
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951
‘ (ee eet ene ee a —
aot |
© * Trinidad Pianist | arena . Vi Pp I 4 E
ISS HAZEL SCOTT, T Bile: curs Sanpee acm . r
SS HAZEL § rinidé G Cooper
ied peut. present | “DAL ww PLAZA ®10WN THE DAMNED pai s i Cara SEE
playing at the London Palladium, Ss ee DIAL 2310 vee ere YOUR LAST OPPORTU NITY TO SEE
is B 1 t c B ih re d Britain’s leading variety theatre. TO-DAY 2.30, 445 and 830 p ed Cont = Pialte 4.48
‘ exeellency the Governor, : During one of he erformance Ty Y
ac to anada t g °o rer performances - ” y ee
Hi Lady Savage Miss Pat she played some of Liszt’s music WOMAN ON PIER 13 & _* FIGHT FILM * | oR SEE How 7 HEY wet XN
Savage mma ~ emg ao Ar spending a holiday in to “boogie-woogie” and the Daily Laraine Day—Robert Ryar i Sater Mateh!
AlCOM paneer 1. SN nee Barbados, Mr. Harold Grell Express described her act as “wit, John Agar—Thomas Gomez MIGHLIGHOD .t nLae ene ils Ty <7
Vaughan, Private Secretary vis- and Mr. G. Easdon returned to beauty and sensational.” oe orore—a—— KK —eE—EE THE HILARIOUS COMEDY
ited the Barbados Museum yes- SPECIAL Sat. 2nd 9.30 a and 1.30 p.1



Canada last Saturday morning by
T.C.A. Mr. Grell was staying at Movie P CODE of the LAWLESS & ARIZONA TRAIL
“Maséot” Worthing and Mr. Loses Movie Part ietay Grant—Prusay, nigel Johnny Mack Brown

Easdon at “Sandhurst,” St. Law-

terday evening to see the exhibi-
tion of the Barbados Camera
Club.

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First Visit rence Gap. Barbara Payton’s penalty for OISTIN ’ . 7
AYING her first visit to Bar- J list Visit being the object of the affections -PLALA Dial — as A a ETY Sine 6.90 TO-DAE
Dados is Miss Clare Sloane- a of Franchot Tone and Tom Neal | TODAY 4.3 and 8.30 p THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES|| ~——— aoe -
Seale, Associate Executive Di- R. JOHN TULL of the Edi- in their pre-dawn battle last and Continuing Satis TO-DAY To Sundey.-a:38 p.m OPENING TO-MORROW 4.45 and 8.30
rector of the Y.W.C.A., in Trini- M ‘ ‘ fini . week was the loss of a movie Return Match Ma. webdey OO Oe
dad. Shearrived on Monday by ans torial Department of the part The blonde was dropped Randy Turpin - Sugar Ray Robinson adnan |
B.W.1.A**for two weeks’ holi- Trinidad Publishing Co. who has from the leading role in “Lady Also the Double Feature! . = ; vi | ws ~ Sipe agonal. -
day and is staying at “Leaton- oP See eee me be- In The Iron Mask” by Monogram te aera ae om see “a
on-Sea” The Stream. fore, is _ ak aeete or a oo Studios. A studio spokesman TARZANAAND THE HUNTRESS |) Color br * Techie) \ h f
2 : two wee Ss 0 iday. e arrived said doctors reported Miss Pay- ee Johnny Weissmuller Welsamullar ? inicolor e story oO
From Trinidad on Tuesday by the Fort Amherst (°° 125 “too emotionally upset*I} "anna ne pl Jengetes Sorte ee rere. :
‘ eee Ri as and is staying at “Mayville”, 0" “Was d y ups Saturday 22nd 9.30 an _S._2-_Sakall—Raymond Massey Valerie and Ben
RS. JUSTINA JENVEY of The Stream. to begin the work.—U.P. ogee. ecKARoon
Cornelio Street Woodbrook, ror a - ant TAG pi MIDNITE Sat. 22nd ss
Port-of-Spain, is spending ten Trinidad Nurses HOUSEWIVES BLAMED ouw ng mn Sat. Hind s MYSTERY OF THE ISTH GUEST Hogan the §y
days holiday here staying at PRODUCTION in America fell Robert Paige ae “ion | Dick Purcell and who never cave tl
“Leaton-on-Sea,” The Stream. ‘ - ISS ROSE WILLIAMS and last month to its lowest of the “BOSS OF BOOM TOWN DAWN ON THE GREAT DIVIDE” | g ‘iP
She arrived earlier in the week Impossiblé claim eo ee Speeive oan es re year—only 113 per cent. above Rod Cameron and Fuzzy Knight Buck Jones nd th iy] A
by B.W.I:A. and was accom- Miss Emlyn Senhouse, both August 1933 compared with =— a e gar who ke
panied by her daughter Joyce A Card from Moscow nurses from Trinidad are now June's 122. The housewives’ - Te never let hi > i
who is with Barclays Bank. HE Russians are sending out holidaying in Barbados StayiN& buying go-slow, in protest against} —__ er be “%
Mrs. Jenvey is Miss Sloane- postcaras decorated with the at “Leaton-on-Sea”, The ee. high prices, is blamed. Rearma-
Seale’s aunt. portrait of A. S. Popov to radio They arrived here a week ago by ment production could not offset -DAY
2 amateurs in Britain. » B.W.LA, . < the fall in output of consumer
On Holiday The name means little in this odknnd tee bade. goods.
ISS LORNA HAGLEY of country. But underneath Popov’s - . oe ne aeeneenene-meannabeenesr nn nen ema .
Grenada who arrived here Picture the Russians print the Sie net nae ae 0 ene B B ( R di p 5 & 8.15 p.m. & CONTINUING
o * the last week-enc by words: Inventor of“radio, May 7, * * ; “ i - ., ‘ YOUNGE THERS
B wei hg spending — days 1895. This was a year before Home in Port-of-Spain A. hadio Programme FRANK and JESSE JAMES “t THE YOUNGER BROTHER
holidaying at Super Mare Guest very same ae Lanse fe give - eal Senhouse who was_ in ay FRIDAY, Sept. 21 951 tS eS =
ouse, orthing. She is a ~n- his first public demonstrations arbados two years ago is em- 5 am. Programme Parade, 25 we oe EERE
ee ae E Julies b Co. L 2s ployed at the Caribbean Medical 4:7%;, Listeners’ Choice, 11,45 a.m. World 3 i mee
Commission agents of St ecture Admission Centre and plans to remain here » m. News Analysis 9 t B i d Th | cumtuny 10x
George's In London Mr. S. M. Eisen. for another two weeks. 1.00 — 6.45 19.76 M } e un- un ering ory € in e
For A Month Conk teen aie W.I. Athletes “4 pm The News, 410 p.m, Inter Train Robbery In America’ Glenn FORD - Anne BAXTER - Benn OKEEFE Follow The Sun
ISS TECLA AGOSTINI of English valve company | relates jude, $16, p.m. Flint Of ie Fees First Great Train ery in Americas | with JUNE HAVOC - produced by SAMUEL G. ENGEL - Directed ty SIDNEY LANFIELD
Y. deLima & Co Ltd.. Moscow in 1901. RECENT report from Eng- p.m. Composers of the Week, 5.20 p.m | Scse00 Play by FREDERICK Sdaaree NNAN + Based on an Article by Frederick Hazlitt Srennan Published in the Reader's Digest
jewellers of Port-of-Spain, is now Popov was asked for his views i lang says that George Dence Music, 6.00 p.m, Merchant Navy







Programme, 6.15 p.m. Trans-Atlantic
Lewis, one-time Trinidad sprint Quiz 6 45 pm Programme Parade, 6.55

champion, is thinking of turning pm. Today's Sport

History ! . . . a$ seen from behind
the gunsights of the

in Barbados for a month’s holiday on newspaper reports that Mar-
staying at “Accra,” Rockley. She coni had spanned the Atlantic



arrived earlier in the week by by radio. He replied that his attentions to the quarter- 7. 10.45 25.53 M 31 32 M : y > ‘
B.W.1A. Marconi’s claim was impossible; mile. He has written to McDon- 7.00 + ie The News, 1.10 °D.m. Nowe West's Worst outlaws! ROY AL OLYMIE ic
if it could be done only by build- ald Bailey and Arthur Wint in Analysis. 7.15 West Endian Diary, wal AY . 5 v > : q i
With Shell Leaseholds ing a tower on each side of the England, asking them for advice. 7.45 p.m Think on [These Things, 8.00 Opening TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.15 TO-DAY Only 4.30 & 8.15
¥T N BARBADOS for a month’s Atlantic, So high that the radio Both are willing to help him. pm Radio Newsreel. 6.15 p.m. English Columbia Big Double . ; | Stewart GRANC i
holiday is Mr. Francis Ho who Waves could travel directly from Said Bailey: “You must admire Magazine, 8.45 p.m, Interlude, 8.55 p.m. CLUE DER Aah: Seen . ewart GRANGER in

From the Editorials, 9.00 p.m. BBC
is with Shell Leaseholds, Trinidad, top to top. a man who at an age when most Revue Orchestra, £45 p.m. World Af-

He :rrived here over the last week I doubt if the Russians boast people would be thinking of giv- fairs, 10.00 p.m. The News, 10,19 p.m.

‘““MADONNA OF THE



~ : 2 about this incident in the career 5 athletics, is just about to â„¢terlude, 15.15 p.m. Asian Survey, |
end by B.W.LA. and is staying at ®” ing up a S, 18 Just é 36 p.m. Trio. 5 . . ”
Super’ eo Gue F stae wing ©" of their pioneer tackle it from a new angle. Pro- /2,°0 Pm. Trio, 10.45 p.m “he, Capa | SEVEN MOONS
q , , mk L.E.S. viding George has kept in rea- C.B.C. PPOGRAMME
: : sonable _ tré x durir recent FRIDAY, Sept, 21, 1951 | AND
For Hurricane Relief For Further Stay me oer Te ie pgasall” why het i0dihep/ha/ scan enn NEWS
A NUMBER of West Indian te a H. J. E. EAST- aaaolt mat Hiaice s nitieie. of the 10.20 p.m 10.35 p.m CANADIAN
, YY s. Eastley : ake as sti P CHRONICT | q
studéhts are giving free LEY and Mrs. Bastley from quarter-mile. 1172 Mcs. 25.60 M | “THE WOLF MAN” i
1
secretaridl"help to the West India England who were holidaying here |





Committee, in their efforts to raise +4 the i — staying at the

money for the Hurricane Relief Hastings Hotel, have now gone to R d Sop

Fund. Last week at the West India 58m Lord’s for a further stay. upert an the orceerer 28

Committee library, students were After A Month

busy addressint envelopes, affix- FTER spending a month’s .

ing stamps end doing other minor A holiday in the island, Mrs €
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4.30 & 8.15

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jobs. Oné of them said: “We are Marie Gill, daughter of Hon'ble
glad to be of some help.” John Radix of Trinidad, return-
ed home on Wednesday _ by ,"°
At the London School B.W.LA. She was accompanied,
Printin by her son Douglas. i
R we, FRE o ounce They were staying at Super Marc
BATCH of Trinidad who is Guest House.

as JUNGLE JIM ,,

PYGMY |

FORTY THIEVES ”’

now a student at the London CROSSWORD

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. Suggested wagon hitch ? (4)

Pit 20c; House 36¢; Baleony 48¢; Boxes 6c.
Mi“: WILFRED FRANCO. of ‘"- 7eeh Rresidess of the vad

| WEISSMULLER { «ati Basa and THE
f | In Flami Tec
Schoo] of Printing hopes to return ° ISLAND eo
to the Government Printing De- { : oh and
partment in Port-of-Spain. He if Rupert is in such a state of be- saucer gathers speed and disappears A, Ae Savage David 8 | .
said that™there is much to learn Ca “ siideanae that he doesn’t hear the into the distance. Then the big eae ak ae Svea OY} eas | Rod CAMERON battling Lawless
about printing and one has to work ry a wartior coming over the grass unt) af states at ey peas ; > ee? i } nero ides to build the Bloodiest
, » time ; : , talking at preat rate : anima ¢ r lighway I Jes
yery hard all the time. » his shoulder is held in the strong a watna t 7 arm. “This is as F 2:5 hacks id | ay in the West
: ‘ . ‘ grip a ¢ feels himself pushed on bad as ever,’’ thinks the le f, if HH i Naan OTUTOF } | The On-the-Spot Story of the Guy ;
Inter-colonial Cricket a Par (re Toes ob higher gromed. There ‘bee chunk qoednen Se douett cosy Ellen DREW iv ONE ii nt mit * in the Hotvest Brot on marin | °° CORE ORM Wewts
TURING antarcolonial erick: ! they both watch while the flying seem to be as fierce as he looks.’ ae on |
matehes, many husbands in « PLUS TONITE, LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE | TRAML”?
town, phone up their wives at . “A YVANK IN KOREA” | _
home to find out what is happen- =~ JOHN ALLEN Singing ; Ln e “Blue Moon |
+ ———_— > 4 on wonst
ing. For the benefit of those ie Fm | DOUG GRIFFITH (10 years) Singing “When Your Hair Starring with
others in the city who are unable Has Turned to Silver’ » pane x }
to listen in and follow the game, st LAM PAMMORE Sihethe ae , Ne i pee sped Lon McCALLISTER with | Fuzzy KNIGHT — Ray WHITLEY
Rediffusion will, on week days ‘and scene see leah ste Hh Singing . oo xoung \« se William ‘Bill” PHILLIPS ! & His Bar-6 Boys
on Saturday mornings, place a WINSTON RUDDER Singing “Saturday Nite
black board outside their office in Across 66 CARL BEST Singing ......... J. HMRas THE Lace eRe VOU | rrr eee
Trafalgar Street with the cricket 1. He laments the pets I miss, (9) TREVOR MARSHALL Singing Roses” |
scores of the games between British 7%. et gen’ expression of I - y
Guiana and Barbados THEE 9, Little Albert and a graduate g° Guest Star: R Q@ X Y
scores will be changed every to the heart for o funny fish, (8) MASTER ORVIL GRANDISON Singing ‘Be’ My Love’ 3
fifteen minutes. in Miikecceaoaae Te), (6 |
. 14. Three-quarters of 23 Across. (3) TO-DAY (Only) 4.30 & 8.15
Back Again 18


























































, a
Shell _ Leaseholds, Trinidad, 19. Conyeyed after a car, (3) 6é To’ E&” ¥ "meNa ire be
returned to Barbados on Tuesday sy Miych may depend upon it, (4) | — : RUS1 Y SA J ES A LAPFE
by B.W.LA., to join his wife and 23 qenirated 14 Across, (4) iN) | }
aratiy 7 Q 1e lide 5 24. etal from the gradient, a aio aa m .
here forthe past two weeks St0Â¥- 4) ts may goubte aaptne. (t THE BATTLE OF THE CENTURY AND
: rs ‘ may soun ne i,
ing at “Sheringham,” Maxweil aS 9° @ \ate boer (anag.). (9) D, y i “ft
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold %. Greet with a kiss. | (6) ey ® > c Te sad Smashing Hounds. ate bah A ST OF THE HED VE - me
Bowen gipoutely devined puatie, (0) Highlights in Slow Motion ! ‘r 4 4
Mr. Franco who was on holiday - entertained ? ii 8) ea | etn SEB
when he came over with his nvoluntary shaking. A Sk he Somes aacatapaa ial
py evs 7 8. A sort of cake. (6) ; | 2 See
family, -is now on a business visit §: @xplosive for this evening? (6) Y \ | OPENING SATURDAY 4.45 and 8.15
in the interest of his firm. 12. Set Roy as a bivalve. (6) ee |
Trinidad Medico Leaves 18. in'all city ectablisnments, (3)
R. JESSE GRELL of Trinidad 7% Sounds the alternative meal, (2) x RANDY sucar’Ray UNDER THE THE BLACK FLAG THEY RODE!
who had been spending @ | gotution of yesterday's puzzle.—Across: .
holiday in Barbados, returned Be Rounce; 6, Implart): 8, Fpdurance: ty! .
rome on Wednesday evens by ha’ aaaae 15, Stairs. it: Germiany): t 99 Jesse a
B.W.1LA. He was staying with his 19. Lee(way)s 20., 1 Relay: Bont Be 4 ‘
sister Miss Louise Grell at Mascot, , 5 mentale
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” Kettles 3 & 4 Pts. ........ $1.56—$3.07 Cones Pots ite. .cssccis, $1.01—$1.46 | PAPER CAN BE ORDERED | HUNTRESS Send your Orders to the Ironmongery and Hardware
Mincers ......... weseeees $2,35—$3.46 Ee UGE? aioe Gaanc cee b 62¢.—$1.19 noe con ge oe
Lavatory Brushes ............... 17 MnGAbS 3). Svcs > ios scene AUREL 59c, | THROUGH THE ; Vv | without that Parking Problen
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE





yO



W.L. Granted $96, 710 By C.D. & W. LOOK

Grenada Gets

SALE

Sy) From Friday

$55,000 For
‘isheries

An allocation of

600) to the

£11,460 ($55,-
Government of Gre
improve fisheries wa
: three Colonial Develop-
ment and Welfare grants to West
Indian Colonies, totalling £20,145
($96,710) which the Secretary of
State approved during August

The Grenada fisheries scheme
covers the emoluments of a Fish-
ery Officer up to March 1956, the
provision of a 40-foot fully decked
launch with diesel power and sail,
and the erection and equipment of
a fish store at Gouyave

nada to

among the





he new launch will collect
catche from the small fishing
boats and transfer them ashore

leaving the fishermen more time
raising the extraction of fish pér
boat. It will also explore the off-
lying banks, and will itself be
equipped for fishing. Provision i
made for the purchase of marin
depth equipment for exploring
new banks and detecting
for the information of fishermen

The provision of a crushed ice
storage depot will greatly facili-
tate the distribution of fish, The
fishing industry is concentrated on
the leeward coast, and heavy losses
eccur, especially when the boats
return late in the day, as the ven
dors are unable to transport the
fish to the lucrative markets i:
St. George in good time, and m
means at present of storing
fish overnight except the unsatis-
factory one of keeping them in the
nets in the sea.

The scheme provides for
the construction of fish ponds for
experiments in the culture of fresh
water fish and trials with fish-
salting and the fostering of such
minor industries as turtle, man-
grove oysters, and shell fish

Roads And Airfields

The second of the three grants
approved in August was one of
£7,434 ($35,683) for the construc-
tion of feeder roads in St. Lucia.
This supplements previous grants
totalling some £18,000 ($86,000)
and provides for the purchase of
three tipper trucks and one flat
truck, and the employment for two
years of two surveyors and two
construction foremen

shoal

exists

also

STEWART FEEDS THE DUIKER





Two-and-a-half-year-old Stewart Trotter
jJeeds the duiker antelope—one of the new arrivals at the Zoo.

London Exrvress Service

Hindu Teachers

: mh ,
Object To Hostels
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-CF-SPAIN, Sept, 17
Hindu student teachers now
undergoing a two-year training
course at the Government Train-
ing College, Port-of-Spain are

objecting to their staying in
christian hostel not only on reli-
gious grounds, but also on ac-
count of the type of meals pro-
vided.

They too have received an
ultimatum from the Director of
Education, stating that their
course at College Would be can-
celled if they did not take up
residence at the hostel by Sep-
tember 24. The note continued
that such a decision was made in
accordance with the acting Min-
ister of Education, and they would

Man Arrested
For Forged Notes

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-CF-SPAIN, Sept. 17.
Trinidad police have made their
first arrest in connection with the

reports «f forgery of new cur-
rency notes

During the week end a San
Juan man was arrested at Point

Fortin on charges of uttering a
forged five dollar note to a vil-
lager and being in possession of
paper for the purpose of making
forged currency notes



C.0.L. Goes Up By
6 Points In T’dad

Hollywood And
Television Gome
To Agreement

HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 19
When television first appeared
on the United States scene pess'4
mists in the movie colony pre-
dicted a major slump in motion
icture and box office profit
Moviegoers were expected to stay

home in droves and watch ther
film favourites on the vice
screen

This actually f




while but when th 1ovelty of
elevision wore off, thousands of
fans went back to the theatres
and the proposed slump failed
materialize

While Hollywood
on turning out bigger
iln with accent at
television contented
with purchasing bulk

concentrated
and better
technicol-
itself
quantiti



of old movies from distributors
reshowing them on _ television
screens

This arrangement however has
ended. Television advertisers arc |

refusing to pay the high costs in-
volved in showing old movies or |
video, and demanding newer
terial for

ma-
their commercial shows.

Turn To Movie Studios
As a result .evision is being
forced to turn to movie studios
for. regular output of Class “B”
movies which will be utilized for
television as well as in theatres,

Hollywood film chiefs quick to
see the changing situation ordered
large numbers of “B” films to
meet the unexpected television
demand.

Movie industries
two entertainment mediums now
operate in an unofficial alliance
to mutual financial benefit



believe the

Republic studios have been the
first large Hollywood movie com-
pany to adjust itself to this trend
Already Republic estimated that
during the three years the studio
will have profited about
$12,000,000 via lease of thei:
movies to television stations
throughout the U.S

—UP.



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when you treat it to
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Just use a few drops
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2ist, up to
and inelud-
ing Thurs-
day, 27th
September.

SENSATIONAL



DOLLAR DAY$ ARE HAPPY DAYS

Because we always improve on these $1.90
Bargains and this time values are more
SENSATIONAL than ever before as many
items are reduced far below cost

$1.00 BARGAINS

$1.00 |



Mere are Some

LADIES’ SLIPS
Black only...

LADIES’ WOVEN PANTIES
Lace trimmed......

LADIES’ ART SILK PANTIES
2 Paira for.... ee nce ee

BRASSIERES—Pink and White
2 Pairs for

GIRDLES .

CHILDREN’S AMERICAN COTTON
VESTS—2 for eR $1.00

CHILDREN’S COTTON PANTIES $i 00

2 Pairs for......
$1.00
$1.00.

CHILDREN’S HANDBAGS

“HILDREN’'S FELT HATS
Assorted Colours





‘Tell me





PLASTIC PANTIES (Babies) 2 for$1QQ
The third grant provided £1,244 be reposted eg thei t arta In Carlisle Bay = ¥
($5,971), the fee and travelling schools as grade B education olli- (From Our Own Correspondent) Yacht Marsaltese, Sch. Franklyn D, R }
expenses paid to a firm of con- cers. Sch, Lucille M. Smith, M.V. Preetse | I ° LA ies | 00
sulting engineers which made a It is understood however, that PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 17. i gach Ww Smith, Sch. Lindsyo ( O¢ Ol ee P PADS (Babies) 2 for .
preliminary survey of aircraft the Hon. Bhadase Saggan Maraj ‘phe cost of living went up six Phyllis Mark, Soh Aguat 1s BN Canipian
landing sites in the Windward ana has offered these students neces- points in Trinidad last month— seh

Turtle Dove, Sch

Can «
Laudalpha, ‘Sch

re tel § Mary M. Lewis entiseptic help in healing ?”
Leeward Islands. sary socomeee og where they the highest monthly increase in Sch Water Lilky U1
their

2 for $1.00
$1.00
2 tor $1.00

boarding

" hay own 7" va . ates Pra. Sch Florence Emanuel Sch Marea .

These three grants bring the Ca” lave 14 years, The average level of re ar ee : . Tou 8 he; ir own ac ° 7. ay . > 1g
$otal approved for the West fridies facilities, and pursue their reli- aj) prices of clothing of the [enrletta, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, M.V nds heal of their own acc. *d when they are kept free
ir. 1951 to £673,835 ($3,234,408), Sous Dene kinds generally bought by work-

ARRIVALS from the germs that cause «cptic infection. To keep LADIES’ HANDBAGS



and the total since the Ist April ing class families was five ’ Schooner United Pilgrin 8. 47 ton 5 ae : ‘
1946, to £4,122,192 ($19.771,642). points ‘higher than in: July last 000, Sverdere, 68 tone nh taps, | Wounds in the healthy cottd::ion for healing, surgeons =|

cent above the Capt

There was no

and about 112 per Phillips, from British Guiana
level of 1935.

DEPAKTURES

Hotel Heir To Wed ZIPPER CHANGE PURSES

have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-





RUBBER SHEETS (Babies)

change in the level of working Schooner Florence Emanuet, 40 tons] s¢oye Fi ; si ap ae ale

. : ble ; Y nd. Ca aha aly 4 yer of germs is non-pois ous, gentle and safe on

1 4 er niless class rents which remained 14 hét, Capt. Roberts, for the fishing bank 7 Hen

Russia Engaged German Cou per cent higher on an average human tissues. While it disiifects the wound, ‘Dettol’ COSMETIC BAGS 9 for
HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 19 than in 1935,

In Kidnapping

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19.

M..G.M,
stenber,

ceed Elizabeth Taylor as

starlet Betsy Von Ur-
announced she will suc-
wife of





SEA WELL

CZNADA CONTINUES LADIES’ PLASTIC BELTS 2 tor$].00













Leaders of the American hotel heir Nicky Hilton. Miss From BRITISH GUIANA
fscembled evidence to put before Westphal Germany. said “she © ARMS ALIGNMENT att!" stain nt uta ‘DETT ses Values up to $1.60 NOW. per ya. 91.00
ass ( 1 re P estphalia 12 any Sé she f andfor« ndfore
the United Nations, charging and young ‘Hilton would wed WITH BRITAIN ‘ ‘for iain G. Ciark J, Lope | Values up to $1.50 NOW. per yd. .
that Russia is-engaging in kid- when his divorce from Miss Tay- Ma le Gil Dougl Gill. «
nappings in Western Germany, jor is final next January.—U.P. ils Gea Gibhett, Claudine Mani. Soke Lene THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC |
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CAUTION NEEDED

THE anxiety of the
for employment in this island or any place
in the world has become proverbial and it
might be that this strong desire has been
the reason the activities of certain con-
cerns offering to find avenues of employ-
ment for many of them.

Within the last few months application
forms have been sent to many people in
this island inviting them to pay a registra-
tion fee and be put in-contact with families
or farmers in England or in the United
States of America. The form also invites
the applicant to supply a personal descrip-
tion by answering certain questions as to
their ability to furnish passages or engage
in other forms of employment.

It would be ideal if some agency could
secure for Barbadians means of employ-
ment which seems to have baffled the wis-
dom of legislators and eluded the energies
of governments in the West Indies and the
Colonial Office.

However



average Barbadian

for

admirable it might be for in-
dividuals or private firms to attempt to
secure employment at what seems to be

ridiculously low cost, it must appear even
to those who are willing to pay for contacts
that when governments and organised
bodies fail to secure means of employment
for them the task is not as easy as it might
appear.

It would be good sense therefore for those
who receive circulars or forms offering con-
tacts direct means of employment, to
consult the Labour Commissioner’s Depart-
ment before disbursing any funds or giving
undertaking.

or

any

The Employment Bureau was organised
as part of the machinery of the Labour
Commissioner’s Department and to side
step it is to refuse to make use of such
machinery as the Government has seen fit
td put at their disposal. It might be that
some people feel that the Labour Depart-
ment, and by this token the Government,
has not acted which they would like to see,
but it must be remembered that the Gov-
ernment must err if at all, on the side of
caution. It would undermine the faith of
its most ardent supporters if any govern-
ment ventured hair brained schemes
promising means of employment which did
not materialise. There would be at least
general criticisms on the ground of wasting
public funds. Such criticism has been made
even when the returns are small.

Thousands of Barbadians will be willing
to pay to secure employment but the reac-
tion to disappointment if and when such
efforts fail are more acute than when there
is a cautious approach in the hope of mini-
mum success.

It might be that the offers of employment
are sound and will turn out profitable, but
with no record of achievement available
for public examination, those who are in-
vited to take part in any scheme, cr to pay
any fees, or subscribe to funds in any way
towards the securing of employment,
making contacts which might lead to aven-
ues of employment should consult the
Labour Commissioner,

THE ADJOURNMENT

THE debate on the adjournment which
took place in the House of Assembly on
Tuesday did not do justice to one of the
most ancient legislative institutions in the
British Empire.

The Government had every right to re-
sist the motion by the Opposition for a
week’s adjournment and the Opposition
had every right to press the motion in or-
der that its members might be present dur-
ing what they regarded as a most important
discussion; but the sentiments expressed
were, to say the least unnecessary and the
language employed not of the standard
which usually characterises debates in the
Barbados House of Assembly.

It would be fitting when some honour-
able members have read the reports of the

on

or

discussion that in atonement a_ motion
should be made to expunge it from the
record, Then there might be no opposition.

Book Review



GHPTED YOUNG

THE YOUNG GEORGE

tivation which is characteristic of
peasant husbandry. When we
talked with the members of the
Government and asked them what

BARBA

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HE PEASANTS?

The peasants are Tito’s biggest werry. They led to his clash
with Stalin. Now the Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan, M.P., in his
third report on Yugoslavia exaniines the conflict whose
outcome may be fateful for the world.

Big’ GOSLAVIA is
lovely but poor
after staying one day
nights in the much-battered city
of Belgride, we journeyed by car
from there to Zagreb.

This is one of the main highways
of Yugoslavia. It took in all
from about 9.15 in the morning till
the middle of the afternoon.

On the whole of this journey we
pene 10 motor vehicles—four

-ars and six lorries. For the rest
the means of transport were oxen,
mules and horses, in that order.
The oxen are glorious looking
animals, sleek, patient, obviously

well looked after and highly prized

a lovely coun-

and two

us

by their owners
The peasants form 75 to 80 per
cent. of the population of Yugo-
slavia. Their methods of cultiva-
tion have not changed much for
centuries.
The clash

Everywhere, all around us, we

saw the long strip method of cul-

their principal problem was, they
invariably said “the peasant prob-
lem.”

What they

the low

mean by the peasant
problem rate of
cultural production and, conse-
juently, the absorption in agri-
cultural pursuits of so large a pro-
portion of the population, leaving
few to man the new industries, and
little

accumulation

is

agri-

surplus
of

time
the

wt the same
wealth for
fixed capital,
It is in their attitude towards
the agricultural problem that the

basis as

Yugoslav Communist leaders have
come into the sharpest conflict
with the Soviet Communists

Stalin’s way

It is, I think, essential for the
Western world to understand this
controversy, because it may be the
key not only to what is happening
in Yugoslavia but what may hap-
pen in the whole of China

Soviet Communism does not put
the peasant on the same
the town worker,

This is quite clear, not only from
Communist writings of the past,
but in the letters that were ex-
changed between Tito and Stalin.

The policy of the Soviet Com-
munists to the peasant population
is to collectivise it. They don’t be-
lieve that it is possible to reconcile
peasant husbandry with Commun-
ist progress,

The liquidation of the kulak and
the collectivisation of the peasani
are therefore the two methods by

Soviet

sharply to increase the rate of agri-

which Communism seeks
cultural production and
make possible a_ rapid
capital development.

This point of view the Yugoslav
Communists have stubbornly re-
sisted.

thereby
rate of

Treachery if—

In the first place, they consider
that they owe a debt of gratitude
to the peasants. They fought along-
side each other during the long
and terrible years of war: the
peasant fighting for his land and
for national independence, and the
Communists fighting for independ-
ence and the Revolution,

The Yugoslav Communists there-
fore consider that it would now be
an act of treachery to turn upon
the peasants and forcibly deprive
them of their peasant status,

There is an irony in this. The
Yugoslav Communists are it-
tacked in the Western world for
being too harsh to the peasants.
They are attacked by the Soviet
leaders for being too soft.

The Yugoslav Communists
acutely realise that unless they
can inerease the rate of agricul-
tural production with the use of
smaller numbers then their eco-
nomic progress will be painfully
retarded and the expectations of
their urban population frustrated



Moscow insists

It is impossible so far, to recon-
cile the cultivation of 45 to 50
acres, which is.the maximum size
of a peasant holding, with the in-
troduction of modern agricultura!
machinery, even if this could be
obtained in sufficient quantity.

There is here, therefore, a con-
| tradiction that the Soviet leaders
) have tartly pointed out, It is this





YVAN



THE PEOPLE of Yugoslavia are poor,

peacants

An

insistence by the Soviet leaders,
demanding that their own pattern
of agricultural policy shall be imi-
tated elsewhere, that makes it
impossible for them to accommo-
date themselves to the point of
view of other people.

When J asked the Yugoslav
Communists how they proposed to
solve this problem they replied:
“By agricultural co-operatives.”

These co-operatives now repre-
sent about 20 per cent. of agricul-
tural production, They are vol
untary. That is to say, a large
number of peasant holdings are
joined together, the Government
make loans—indeed, they have
just cancelled a large debt which
had been accumulated by these
co-operatives — to buy modern
machinery and assist in their mar-
keting. They are hoping that this,
in competition with the older peas-
successful

ant methods, will prove
and the peasants will join the
co-operatives in ever increasing



numbers.

Selling a pig

I had heard rumours that this
year a number of the peasants who





had joined some of the co-opera-
tives had applied to be rele d.
I was informed that this was in-
deed so, but that it was due to the
very bad harvest which occurred
last year and the better harvest
prospects this year have resulted
in a reduction in the number ot
such applications.

So here we have the pattern of

Yugoslav agricultural industry in
so far as it has at the moment un-
folded istelf

There is,
trouble between
and the peasants

of course, continuous
the Government
about the sale of

grain and of pigs. Most of the
other agricultural prod'“ts are
sold freely in’ the mi t for
whatever price they can xet.
The Government fix a certain
proportion for each peasant which
he,must sell to the State. This pro-

portion varies, of course, in differ-
ent parts of the country and from
holding to holding, in accordance
with its character and possibilities

The Gevernment pay about 25
to 30 per cent. less for this than
the peasant is able to obtain in
the free market. This, of course,
is the ciuse of endless. friction.

The Government use the grain

and fats taken in this way to pro-
vide for the standard ration, food
for the armed forces, and in a
good year, they are hoping, some
for export, too.

This foreible seizure
tain percentage of the
product is condemned *a the West
ern world. But it is indced difficult
to see how the Yugosliv Govern-
ment could do otherwise.

of a

peasant’s

cer-

Peasants do well

The present situation so favours
the peasant that if he was able to
sell all his products freely and
competitively the result would be
prices too high for the urban
workers to be abie to pay. As it is,

Seventy-five per cent of them are

Their methods of cultivation have scarcely changed for centuries.
4 women still do the laundry in the river

it is everywhere admitted that the
peasants do much better than the
town workers.

When I asked the Yugoslav
Communists what they thought of
the immediate future, they were
fairly optimistic. They believe that
some food prices will fall thi
autumn.

They are hoping that before very
long the whole of agricultural pro

duction will be sold in the open
market by the co-operatives and |
by the peasants in free and open

competition, and that therefore the
friction between the Government
and the peasants will cease
Whether this policy will force a
slower rate of economic

upon the Yugoslav economy than
would be afforded by a forcibl«
seizure of the peasants’ land, it is

progress

STANDARDISATION OF |
BANANA TRANSPORT

| Two Refrigeration Units to Each Banana Boat

NEW YORK, |
Progress made in the transport of bananas |

under proper refrigerated conditions is de-|
scribed by the American Standards Associa-|

1 ° Py : . : ‘ '
| tion in an article in its journal, “Standardisa-

| tion.”
| During the past few years, it says, there has
|been much research into the refrigerating
| equipment used on ships to preserve perish-
j}able cargoes. This work has culminated in
| the approval of a standard practice for the
|installation of mechanical refrigeration on
banana boats.
| The problem of standardising refrigeration
| was brought to a head during the last war, it
| recalls, when new ships were urgently need-
ed. It was essential to ensure that refriger-
; ation equipment aboard these hastily-built
ships was up to a certain standard of safety
and efficiency—so a standard had to be laid
| down.

ADVANTAGE
Advantages of the standard procedure were
that manufacturers of refrigeration equip-
ment and the shipbuilders themselves would
know in advance whether their products were
good enough. Standardisation also enabled
shippers to feel confident that they could trust

their perishable cargoes to ships fitted with |

approved equipment.

tequirements for refrigerating equipment
aboard ships were worked out to agree with
those for land use, as far as possible. But
there are a number of essential differences.

For example, sea water is used on ships for
cooling condenser units, whereas fresh water
is used on land. Corrosion-resistant materials
must therefore be used in the shipping instal-
lations and the corrosive action of the salt
itmosphere must be kept constantly in mind.

Special provision must be made for lubri-
cating refrigerating machinery at sea, since
the rolling action of a ship may exert heavy
pressure on bearings. Proper lubrication may
nean the difference between continued oper-
ition of the equipment and serious breakage.

The possibility of damage to a perishable
argo in case something goes wrong with the
quipment while a ship is at sea must also be
‘aken into account. The standard requires
hat sufficient reserve machinery must be
carried,

This means that at least two complete con-
lensing units must be carried on each refrig-

difficult to say. It is certainly more :
humane, and miy provide the an-|¢rator ship. The total capacity of the units
swer to many parts of the world) pane + odo 2
where social revolutions are tak- must de adequate to pratect the eee: Tn
ing place, and where at the same| Other words, in tropical climates the equip-
me primitive agricultural meth-| ment must be capable of maintaining refrig-
ods dominate

If Tito succedds eration with one unit in reserve and with

In: the. theantima, ‘ot couse | the machines running 24 hours a day.

Yugoslavia can put more machin-
ery at the disposal both of agri-
culture and of her urban workers
only by assistance from
Some assistance has already been
given, and the Yngoslavs are
hopeful that the Internationai
Bank will make a credit availabl«
to them.

There i
for our part hope for a success. For
if this happens, it will re Lt
the world that it is not necessary
that the abrupt social transforma-
tions which are taking place, in the
agrarian parts of the world



need
necessarily always follow the pat-
tern that has been set by the
Soviet Revolution.
Hopeful, but—

If this experiment by the Yug-
oslav Communists is given time to
work out, it will be interesting
10 See its impact upon the neigh-

bouring States of the Soviet bloc.

The comparisan between a rel-
atively prosperous Yugoslavia pro-
duced by more urbane methods
than have been employed on her
borders’ may sueceed in time in
proving to the populations of the
border States that the methods
applied by the Yugoslav Commu-
nists are superior to those that
have been applied to them,

Whether this will happen,
the future can tell.

In the meantime,
Communists are hopeful,
is no doubt at

But there
all to the objective
pbserver that what the Yugoslavs
call the “peasant problem” will
continue ta dominate the economy
of Yugoslavia as it is dominating
the whole of the Middle East and
of the Orient, where the hopes of
urban workers continue to be
frustrated by an agriculture that
is Still, grounded in primordial
techniques.

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S:



By George Malcolm Thomson



ON

THE

MAKE

% herited’ from his _ne’er-do-well army and come to London. Why us Royal mistress of the 19th
MAURIER, Letters 1860-67 Bat, French-father, cannot Gyggy realise how much century, who lived with the Duke
ed by Daphne du Maurier. The Complete Bohemian better off he is sleeping among thé of York and took bribes from

Peter Davies. 18s. 307 pages.
HERE are the letters of

This gives him

a welcome in

horses on the open deck of a troop-

Army officers to get

them promo-

‘ : a gifted influential salons like that of the ship bound for Mexico” tion.

if slightly priggish young man on Prinseps in Kensington where one * , : Du Maurier’s mother had
the make in the London of the may—-but somehow never does Gyggy is the real Bohemian probably heard the London chil-
Sixties. meet the great editor Thackeray, Ww hom we cannot imagine writing, dren’s derisive ng about her

George du Maurier, who lived to or that of the Ionides, rich, dis- as Kicky does a shocked and blast- rnother :

become the author of Trilby and cerning Greeks who hold court at ing sentence about “such a_ nice Mary Anne, Mary Anne,

the father of Sir Gerald du Mau- Tulse Hill for artistie London fellow,” an old artist friend Cook the siut in the frying pan.
rier, emerges from his own early . ' 7 “Henley’s gone and made a fool- The du Maurierg of that time
carrespondence as an affectionate Kicky had arrived in London ish marriage.” In another lette: fancied that, in th¢ir own pro-
son with a good domesticated heart, with £10 in his pocket and a half- comes a_ glimpse of Henley files, they could detect a Hano-
who writes regularly to his mother share in Whistler’s studio, with the parents, aged ten years in a week verian curve. But their mother
(living in reduced circumstances at occasional use of Whistler’s dress and sobbing like children. was six vears old (father un-

Dusseldorf) and lends money regu- clothes

larly to his wild brother



an important concession to





Mary Anne,



Mary Anne



known) when Mary Anne met the










(living in one about to climb the social aud What had poor Henley done? Duke

even more reduced circumstances artistic ladders simultaneously Married his mistress, “to do her Yet Kicky eems strangely
as a corporal in the French Army). He is charming, with his half- proper justice before: the world” “respe le one dé :

George (known to his friends as French ways, but single-minded a heartless sophistry which Kicky from this redoubtable cour !
Kicky) is anxious to get on, and prudent. His charm touches brushes aside. After that we hear » one ide nd from the French
anxious to m gi Emma Wight- the heart of his lovely Aunt Oo more about Henley gentry on the other, no da ubt he
wick of Great Russell Street. He Georgie—prudence sends him fly- No doubt the standards of the k ew 1 t home life with
has no taste for Bohemian al- ng from this dangerous fl r Sixties were stricter than our Fmr ( be the best 5 nisery
though plenty of talent for it He groans every time Yet tr a S ¢ r t. nd the ore

He draws well (“good enough ier brother, Gygg) youn [aurier come fro ‘t. wr Trilbs
for Punct is his friend nd roney. and re { . is. the f i enough f 4

gs better, ina pleasant tenor in 1en Gyegg) I tl 1 la . > on e





outside. |

no doubt that we must |

only

the Yugoslav |,

| better
| they are, does Mr. Barton (Secretary of the |
| London

As soon as bananas are loaded aboard
ship, every effort is made to reduce the tem-
perature to 57 degrees. The fruit is warm

when loaded and generates considerable heat. |

It is careful refrigeration of shipping space

that makes it possible to bring bananas to|

the market in good condition, but the article |

warns that consumers should not keep thei: |

bananas in refrigerators.—B.U.P.



Cuban Trade Agreement:

Controversy Still Rages
LONDON,

The Anglo-Cuban Trade agreement is still
a raging controversy in many British quar- |
ters. The latest broadside to be fired, this| |
time in favour of the agreement, came from
Mr. H. R. Cole in the form of another letter
in the London Times. He writes:

“In my previous letter I made no reference
to cigars since the main controversy over the |
Cuban agreement had centred on sugar. How-
ever, the following points are perhaps rele-
vant.

“Imports of cigars
limited to one-quarter of Jamaican supplies

it is difficult to-see how concessions of one-|
fifth of a market can be held to constitute
destruction of the previously protected posi-
tion enjoyed by Jamaica. It does, however,
illustrate the tendency of protected producers |
to think in terms of restrictions and of main-|
taining existing markets rather than expand-
ing and extending them.

“In the last analysis Cuban cigars are eithe: |
than Jamaican or they are not. If)

West India Committee) seriously |
| Suggest that British smokers should be com-
pletely and permanently deprived of the best

quality cigars simply because they are pro-|!

duced outside the Commonwealth? Lf, on the
other hand, they are not such a fine product,
why does Mr. Barton fear their competition
with Jamaican brands?

“Mr. .

ever,

Barton’s arguments on sugar are, how-
even stranger; he apparently believes
that Britain’s requirements are limited to
what she consumes, The operative word in
the extract of (British Food Minister) Webb’s
speech, from which he quotes is of course
‘netionally.’”

Mr. “Large amounts of Com-
monwealth sugar nominally bought by this
country are shipped to Canada and replaced
by foreign sugar. It does not follow that
Canada could herself satisfactorily negotiate
purchases of foreign sugar dii ~tly.

“As long as this remains the case Britain
will need more sugar than she consumes and
this is simply not obtainable within the Com-
monwealth at present.”—B.U.P.

Cole went on:



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

C.J. Reserves Judgment In Alimony Suit,

DID THE JUDGES of the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.”
G, L. Taylor and Mr. H.-A: Vaughan base their findings on
something which was not in evidence, is a question whic
the Hon. The Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore will have
to decide when he gives judgment in ‘the Wilfred Rock-
Carmen Rock alimony case which was heard at the Court of
Error yesterday.

The Police Magistrate of Dis- only way she had come into the
t “E” had dismissed the wase picture was with the evidence
Rock ight against her of the wife that she saw her in

see ¢ to obtain ali- the house one morning early,
She appealed and the but it was not for the court to
of the Assistant Court of assume things,

reversed the decision. He On the point of failing to sup-

pealed on a point of law port, he said that he wouid scarce-

3 erday, after hearing coun- iy be using too strong language

sel for the two parties, the Hon. if he said that the Judges had
tne Chief Judge reserved judg- forgotten the use of the King’

n English. The evidence of the gro-

G. H. Adams associated with cers could not be construed

* bc a rancker, instructed proof that there used to be a

Messrs. Yearwood and Boyce, regular supply of goods. It was

appeared for Wilfred Rock Mr. just the usual case of a_ party

J B. Dear associated with crediting goods from a few shops
Me Hutchinson and Banfield from around his area
appeared for Carmen Rock His last point was. that the onus

Summing up the case, the was on the wife Carmen to prove

Assistant Court of Appeal Judges. desertion. He did not have to go
stated that the parties’were mar- into a court and prove he did not
vied five years ago and were living desert her
together up to July 6 last year Mr. Dear questioned whether
On that day they disagreed and the point of the weight of evi-
the appellant Wilfred told Carmen dence was a point of law or fact
to leave. She did so. Before this, It was a question of fact and not

however, he had stopped giving cf law, he said

her any money as from June 24 Reasonable Findings

and there had been some other If the Judges preferred to ac-

friction between them owing to









OLD CANNONS Stowawa o

THE cook of the choo
Franklyn D.R., which was in por
yesverday, hurrmedly teft the deck
for below’ during the Y
and after some minute
he came back up |
upset and perspiring

He explained
stowed away on t
tonner—and was
found. This brous
bers of the schooner to the searcl
With searchlights down below
being very dark—the men carric
out another diligent search but
Si®0waway to be found again.” A
policeman was called aboard
Franklyn D.R. and he t
not bring the stowaway to

Causing great anxiety was the
fact that the Franklyn D.R., w
scheduled to leave port ot 3
for British Guiana and
not be allowed to sail u
stowaway” was found. A sto
bare-backed seaman of the y
was all the while hoping only
get his 10 fingers on the culp

The Franklyn D.R. 4

at 3 p.m., but is expected to lev
port today No stowaway wa &
found











other me

















This row of cannons has for many years added to the military atmosphere of the Garrison. The small can-


















cept the evidence of the wife, their non (second from left) recent’y overturned ee Cl ob] e e
the action of one Enid King, Wil- gn laa Fae gies Ht or ae i en : n. lwaienger Ord ya
' dings were all reasonable They — 4

fred’s alleged paramour. had taken the view which hie ; oS aa Z

That evidence they. aocepted dad taken view which, in his Y ran ZINC Cc cs S

at evidenc y pted. submission, they were entitled to CONT RA 7 « nnon . V er urns somes Saturday
No Paramour take in the case L iM ky a , F —

Wilfred Rock's case briefly was, Even accepting the evidence of nf a a ‘ Sie _ j THE C.N.S. Canadian Challenger : + _ come ~ RE aman
in the first place, that King was the shopkeepers, it did not imply END The old cannons at the Garrison Savannah have for many js expected to arrive here on Ls a — aeeeen |
not his paramour, but only his that the supply was Adequate. years provided a great amount of fun for children and Saturday morning from Canada |) e

k y t ppl eq : i ; ‘ ‘

dome: servant. He was holding . The argument as to the husband wie nurses who flock around them nearly every evening of the Via the British Northern Isianu i) £ ‘ b BROAD ST.
that he paid for groceries for his asking hér to come back with him MR. R. N. JACK, Ag. Labour week. This type of gun formerly formed the only defence Wt cargo. She will be leaving | iy ;
wife up to July 6, 1950, and that could not hold as there was not Commissioner, said yesterday that i Bavhad : sher } > first set if ldiers wi se 4 pur. tue same afternoon for Britisn |§ —_— _ _
he rented a house and went to evidence that the offer was bona the Barbadian worker ‘ wko re- ” ar 9ados When the frst set of soldiers was stationed in Guiana via St. Vincent, Grenad \
take her back on July 9 and she fide. The only evidence was that cently emigrated to the U.S. and the island. on , sad Trinidad. ( ALARM CLOCKS
refused to go with him. he had drawn up and asked, her have returned home, have fulfilled Po-day sn see ride Poem ‘Lhe Challenger’s sistership, thi i E

As to King not being his para- to come; But he did not give any their contracts Sy as they would ride a horse. They moto, vessel Canadiai. Cruiser, {i}
mour, the Assistant Court of Ap- assurancéabout the other woman. ae Pe eee nee batches are Two- Year-Old oes vip Nie e weer Pe will be returning from Britist ) In Nickel and coloured cases——with and without
peal Judges stated, after careful- She necessarily had to be afraid ©XPected to return to the island fi. . GY. APO. TACIGg: ye Smailest’ Guiana via Trinidad on Mond ate f
ly reviewing all the evidence, of living ina neighbourhood where during October and Nvevember Boy y Ussing children, Who were unable ay : alana Rais ent din’ ) illuminated Dial
that they had come to the con- this woman lived. They would have also come to “ climb the large cannons on fou



; > nals ‘ > the and of their -ontracts’ } TWO-YEAR-OLD Jeffrey Boyce wheels, would get on the two Pe: She is expected to spend | {i
clusion that the relationship be- “She should have been given an 7 f » Me. Writ. . . ah iae about three days here { $ $ ¢
tween Wilfred Rock and King was assurance that the eemduct which said on of Teresa Boyce of Cove, St naller ones. i da) i PRICES FROM 3.37 To 405 EA H.







Aske rhe » » ¢ Lucy, is missin Jeffre rho 1 Ne one of the small cannons Loth ships are consigned § to}}i)
not merely one of master and grove her out would come to an iidingy cise heetorutine far thee about two feet tall, : re a has : Natreat People are Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,|{i Big Value hich ez be r f
servant : end,” he said, “The case should being: sent back home, the Ag. red shirt eradually taking away the Ltd. ) ig alues which cannot be repeated
Looking with a superficial view be confirmed and the appellant Labour Commissioner answered _ The mother told the Police that wooden structure which kept it SCHOONERS Everdene, 68 tons, | {!}
on the evidence of Johnson and Wilfred should haye to pay, the “not as far as I know’ He had She left Jeffrey at her home at in place. The wheels are on the and United Pilgrim S., 47 tons, | 5)
Boyce who used to supply Carmen gosts.’ . ¥. got no comple aints of bad conduct, 2bout 1.00 p.m, on Wednesday ground beside the wverturned arrivea from British Guiana and |}
with goods, they said it would When she returned 15 minutes cannon and the whole scenery St. Lucia yesterday with carg 1 New Shipment of the ever
seem that they supplied her regu- later she did not see ‘him has been spoiled : a iefly “omprised of copra, fre =} )) Popular
larly on the account of Wilfred DR. HARKNE VSS LEADS A search is being carried out by A nurse told the Advocate yes- { t ise ‘od nd el al. Both |{
whe would pay for them Upon the Police and neighbours, but this rday I hope whoever looks ie ' me wo i and ¢ eee 1 a \ :
loser scrutiny, they were of the ; “i e! is as yet unsuccessful after these guns will soon. put 3 aren le rea at . ; ) CPTIMUS
pinion that the evidence did not ] K. DELEGA TION this fallen one back in place. The * hooner Owners’ Association \
bear that out - ° sas ' f RAINY DA Y kids look forward to their can- a $5}
Finally, they were not satisfied ”

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that the offer to resume cohabita- my 7 Fal 7 “a : 8 4 TAL )

Hon was hone fide or that it-was 7 Oo W.H. O. CONFERENC E City for nearly the whole day fe : Wi A C. z R i‘

aeecomnmanied hv the intention to Wht, Ri stasde eme tl ae cost MAN S DUTY in ar i

> his illicit associ: with DR. J. W. P ARKNESS, + ‘eriain amoun assista Wrteehe we Were hae k ” Solidlv ¢ “16 ;

Bai, ; jen illicit association with CMG a B.E aia Re vt eR A ; Pas es ; ; ae Tae people running here and there in TO ANIMALS Mt A, Lennox-Boy¢ Co Solidly constructed and
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Addressing the Hon. the (hief to the Comptroller for Develop- Regional Organization. In British mei ewes Jape rawr Chief Inspector of the S.P.C.A servative M.P., w ee, ‘ i { a handsomely finished in

Tudge, Mr. Adams said that the ment and Welfare in the West Honduras funds have been pro- Sd a . aeines at Bar vee oaitreniens n British Guiana, Sgt. Major island recently, bough Hivies Clad Nickel Plate

Police M: trate of District “RR” ne left Barbados by air on vided by UNICEF for a territory- ri ee ois a Nae ieee hecks (R.C.) C F Torrezao, gave a —— the Boy and Git jul

; pte k a 44+ Wednesday for Washing yhe wide mosquit rog 1 Reine. = 7" . ctute “Breve of cruelty Tattle. po ; :

aa twice tried the eace ond that , a y for W ashington, where ide mosq o control programme, wharf to warehouse lecture on “Prevention of cruelty Mr | accompanied by These Lamps give a beautiful soft light, 200 and
an both oeeasions he had diemissed Me is to head the United Kingdom and dried k and other nutrients The rain started soon after 9.00 tO animals” at the Police Train- ft Renel Vatae G > gnt, 2 é
# without nretudice, He was rer Sven at the annual meeting have been supplied to improve the . a'° "gph tye ‘fter midday a ing School yesterday. Attending se A DO BEEN - Ca Candle Power, and are simple and easy to use

a hes ~ of the Regional Committee the nutrit ants ¢ : . ; . , ae ieee ie lee > ware * , Ernors 3 si ; ,
ising that right ot the outset he- orn Heslth, Becca? ao Rida of infant and school strong breeze got up and the ps es eer a number i Central Station on Wednesday |

rause the Police Mavistrate had 7 SUEEALO! sioom eons ver after a band cadets, police sergeants an : aa wh ounc

1use the Police M uote ‘ h ad te the Western Hemisphere. Advis- In Jamaica assistance nas been ere ~ rease . Howe ir after 2 ie eee an ce sergeants morning, He was shown at und | $26 96 AND $28 63 EACH

opvortunitv to question .*ne Ww ers to Dr. Harkness at the meet- given in preparing a programme ‘@!TlY mea snOwsn Oe see fhe Police were intereste the Headquarters Office by the| .

nesses rnd wae in a pneitim to ing will be Dr, L, W. Fitzmaurice, for the control of tuberculosis by Mittent drizzles fell ' 6 ss awe awa ae ed in Commissioner of Police, “ecom-

test their credibility and Aeride “., Director, of Medical Ser- the use of B.C.G. vaccine: funds It rained in nearly EVERY pays oad Pe Mk. RR a TE panied hy the Deputy Commis- | Spare Parts always in Stock

the amount of woidht the evidence Jamaica,).and Dr. J, P, derived from UNICEF will pro- ish: From the St, Joseph Polive auesdgns. , ‘ mantny sioner. |

of each should be given. S‘wtahony, Director of Medical vide mobile X-ray units, labora- ete pre an news that it Ncereent wil een reese After visiting Headquarters}

. ; a e bados. ory equipment, and all the neces- W@S Only arizzing up there for aaa give a tecture at Office, Mr, Boyd was introduced |
Strong Point Services, Barbi ; ye . 7 tt 108 art f the d t. Erdiston College to 386 teachers ° : } a”
a ea I [he meeting is scheduled to sary vaccine the most part o 1 day ate Se 8 eee to Mr §. Jones who is looking “

eee A roo ats aspen on the 22nd September and A smaller programme and par- ee also had some very heavy ne et will be “Man’s duty after the raffle. He purchased the :

ne he *) he sald, “is at vlose on the 8rd October icipation are being planned in Showers. Bi: . sl tickets and was then conducted ‘

the chief finding, or one of the Under an agreement with the Trinidad. In two of the Wind- Tho Police Information hutceu The Sawer orene ot Education ty all the other Departments a second tor ’ rformance | hey c : i

findings, if not the chief, of thé worid Health Organization signed ward Islands plans are under con- “as _ Kept busy with cal from have made arrangements for the Central Station 9 ione in performance but they cost less than

iearned Judges in the Court of in 1949 the Pan-American Sani- sideration for the initiation of an people who wanted to By a Inspector to lecture at some of | Rae | any other make of comvarable eflicieney

Appeal is not based on any evi- tary Organization (which was sect control programme by resi- about the weather ‘onditions. “he e entary schools on “Kind- . ‘ .

dence given in the Court below.” established as long ago as 1902) ] ravi ri } th Some people, instead of ness to Animals | ACID BUY A ** JONES” AND SEW AND S VE

1 . =stz she as lg ago as 902 fual sp ig f 10use: with * * raed ’ er ee a a, 5
If an appeal on a point of law undertook the functions of the D.D.T., w will eliminate the oe the ay ory the Pr ae Go i r SA

could only be on admitted facts, Regional Committee of the World mosquito vector of yellow fever formation from ‘ mat ik STOMACH i y

the learned Judges misdirected Health Organization for the Wes'- and greatly reduce the incidence oe SOUS ey DB Teese Nas ONE CANES RUA of | J Hand Model with Wood Cover $99.16

themselves, or else they found as ern Hemisphere, It exercises these of alaria Exchange \ : . ¥ - a el ‘ y . #

fact matters from which there functions through its directing A similar programme with the On the previous day very lit- « nd crop ratoons were burnt Mere's Central Bobbin Treadle Model on Drop Head Stand

was no evidence to justify their Council and its permanent office adicating Aedes aegypti tle rain fell. Only six parts were when a f re of unknown origin

as a 5 the on (Aner oan Sonttars of yellow fever from recorded in the City. Fou arts a aut at ar rs aptawen, ! REAL $163 52
As to desertion, he said, even Bureau in Washington; these serve has been discussed with weré recorded at Holetow: ree re pure TT a Wednesday 7
As to des ; said, , Pens } ; Reba Santa parts at Four Roads, St. Jahn, night at about 2.15 p.m H I !

if a man deserted his wife, after- respectively as the Regional Com- gional Committee’s repre- parts ¥ De ota! asd: eee The ratoons are the property ot elp
f ; : "wile et Regional Office of th or the Caribbean area,~siX parts at st. reter an e ratoons % . . 9 |
ards repented and was willing mittee and 8 : for i pie. “ a oe ) . S. Eve g were insure

Been etek a home again, World Health Organization has his headquarters in parts St. George eS Mr. E, S, Evelyn eens £00 wer insured RRISON § Disdwars Store

the most a Court could say was Jamaica This ts no i TEL. 2364

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“If out of the back of their jengthen life, and to promoté the verts for training the local COIS S OV ONS OUUY

of stomach up-
heads they found as a fact that physical and mental health af the ‘ree of charge apart from trav
there was no genuine attempt by pt>ples in all the territories of the ling expenses within the territor-
the husband to resume matrimo- region, or, as expressed in the 1es themselves, and_ provides
nial relations,” he said, “in my constitution of W.H.O}, the attain- equipment and materials free of
submission, that cannot possibly ment by all peoples of the highest cost vy to a specified limit.
be supported by learned counsel.” possible level of health Attendance Necessary
The Judges had said that the In order to carry out these func- In view of the larger amounts
husband having caused a separa- tions the dual body derives its pf munevy which are likely to be
tion should clearly show not only funds | from two sources: in its at the disposal of the Regional
his willineness, but a genuine de- capacity as P.A.S.O. by direct Organization it is important that
sire, and there was not that desire, contributions from the govern- -eresentatives of the British ter-
In his submission, there was not ments of the member states, and itories in the region should attend
the faintest ground to justify that. 'N Its capacity as Regional Com- the annual meetings, in order that

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evidence, to begin a matrimonial both P.A.S.O, Ww. H.O.. are special pros.cammes the Regional
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dence said she doubted the genu- ee Nae Ppetores se erase become fully ltteer _ with ee costs little. You can buy it Stomach, Flatulence and Gastritis, %
sness of his er. Far fr hat, J.9.), anc ne grant to the R= type of assistance which may be ; Sold by all Chemists and Stores, 4
she tical Oe arn sae hie gional Committee from W.H.O. gfforded by consultation with the in two-tablet envelopes— sold by a emists a. on - 18 . ;
ne DE eer eee & was $250,434 (U.S.) rmanent. staff of the Regiona enough to bring quick relief from a POWAY OOH. | O WO ;
io go back, but she was not going “> %60": N ' permanent 2s) f > . - tis
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soul-destroying round of West-|â„¢much to the players. The sweet
end agents and manage in| Ness of success Phe: piverncss
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lorn hope, id now, driven by] distinguished member of the cast
heer necessity, she was glad to] qeatt sudden and_ unforeseen.
accept the humble job of dresser Opening Night shows Ngaio Marsh
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cmoqerescmnte te edie collie taal FOR SALE a
charge is $3.00 for an$ number of wor ee a REAL T | nm NEW YORK
‘ » 50 and 6 cents per word for each inimum charge wee 72 cents and . Es’ ne people in big den aw
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 % ‘ents Sutdays %4 words — over 24 as jare the brainy y ~ 4 oe
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death| “ ts 3 cents @ word week—4 cents a j If tt yung men.
Metises onty after 4 5.16 yord on Sundays: ji The undersigned will offer for sale at f they are science or engineer-
4 public competition at their Office, No. 17 |'"8 Students 100 great companies
The charge for ennouncemants of| AUTOMOTIVE High Street. Bridgetown, on Friday, the |1n defence work are offering them
eaths Acknow!l- 2ist day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m more money tl -»y eve >
and ‘n Memoriam notices is! CAR—A A.40. Nearly two years | The dwelinghouse known as “TRE- | 44 t nal they ever dream- |
; on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays! old. Pho 21.9.51—an. LAWNY”, with the land whereon the |°@ Of earning.
s ae —_ nee a words up to a and ae stands, containing by estimation Twenty-five-year-olds at ‘the
ss er o « ek-days andj AR stile : 2,500 square feet, situat s, | r’ > ° Prs
ac per word cn Sundays for each] ; man in AD y W. ucPOstsen, roger Christ Church ra sane petart of their careers are being
additional word. Bric St Mchael 21 S si--Se. Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m no —, jobs that pay up
P: and 6 p.m. on application to the tebant. ‘O jollars £2,850) a year.
os AR rican Austin 7. New tyres ae partioulars and Conditions of Sale, Still the firms cannot find enough
: one 19.9.51—t.f.n. 7
IN MEMORIAM COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. brainy young men.
poAR Morris & in good | condition, | 9-9 5t—6n ; ne is now the third
ial 21.9 51—2 eee SES argest professio: _
GCODRIDGE—In loving memory of ou | >, The undermentioned will offer for sale te ch B : eee ee
des tise : ‘ae GC CAR—A _ aoe by public competition at their office, | ®4chers and nurses.
r mother Anna Matilda Goodridge 4 Augtin 10 H.P. 1947. Very good James Street, Bridgeto F There > 400,00)
wha fell asleep 2ist Sept ; teal ecndition and reasonably priced. Can Septembue ios, a own, on Friday 2ist e are 000 engineers, but
O Father thou dost kee be M. E.R. Bourne & Co.,'38 “Sper agg 8. the shortage is so great that there
The souls of all who sleep, Roebuck Street. Phone 27 igo eable two storied | freehold talk of i
With thee in Paardise restore 8a Sion Aellingheuse known as “Culloden/ !S talk of un armed forces science
St ee a 38.9.51—8n View”, situate at the junction of Cul-)corps. Into it would go all en-
: i aan er an s e | yinevr
Pr 4 gh pais ant Re : CAR 1947 model fluid drive Dodge —s ‘nena aaetaine Seay etn ginevring and science students
And say that its not long | | Sedan. Conaition ‘perfect tyres as new. | fect. ‘Tho’ ‘house “norteing tees ag [called for national service.
are 1€ ° » on earth shal . asong 2. a w seen at Silver > is 75
> eee ee fea . mn bs } open verandahs, bath and toilet down-}| Scientists number 175,000, ye
ver | “a ‘eatneetbaoed 6 her loving] J hes si Mes + Theme | Stairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one |they are in the same i Ss os te :
children and grand-children. — ce | Senn ne eee NE. | Sed Servants’ | shor ait is Woutiy os
: ie ONE CYMOTO ENGINE har Dior | Tous garage for 1 car and tool room |@ ort supply. And it is nearly ast
Gionseteay Garage: qa ae x (all built of stone), in the yard bad in medicine, even with 209,000

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emory of 20.9.51—3n.] any day exce $
ri who diec ter any da xcept Sundays on appointment
Dor . lied Septemt | with the owner Mr. St Chit Bante But there is one surplus in
) MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200} (F hone 3229 or 4337) “psvchoquacks”. Co ared w \
Sate ifely gathered in »c. New, just received. Courte G. L. W. CLARKP&c x AS mpared with
Far f sorrow far from sin Girage. Dial 4616 19.9.51- ; 7 ‘science 4,500 qualified. psychiatrists in
we ih ed a weary strife a ea ereemerereanie poration 9.9.516n | Practice, 25,000 charlatans are in|
his fresh young life t K ers in writing wil be re- x sj i oe hie sete ond
Now it waits for us above ceived by Courtesy Garage, White Park, qThe ; - business as psychoanalysts and |
Resting the Saviours Love Road, up to 4.00 p.m. on’ Friday, 2Ist | public eee ws gp mage soul healers.
Mr. a Irs, George Spencer (Parents) | Septr; 1951 — for one (1) Bedford Truck ye ge er te iene a Rea bs AN IN eI
George Jnr., and Linda (Brother and| damaged by Fire. Truck can be seen High Street, Bridgetown, on. Friday, the THAT : OAN INTEREST
sister 21.9.5i1—in, | at their premises 19.9.51—3n. | st ae cd Al at 2 pce : WHETHER Britain pays back
§ xs § So 3 aha .
land (formerly part of a place calleo the first instalment of the Amer-
ELECTRICAL Cane Garden) situate in Saint Lucy | ican loan or not is a less important
i Together with the messuage or dwelling
REFRIGERATOR | New | house thereon known as “BENTHAMS” 7
7c. ft. $595.00. Dial 461g.| and the outbuildings thereto Al I A
S oO tte Garage 19.9.51—4n The dwelling-house contains Oper ouse Oo ouse
numerous requests of our oe —. Verandah, closed Verandah, Drawing
eu Ss, we have opened a section| . ONE TRANS: LITTER 6L6 Osc 907| and Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchea | A l
for custom made shirts, pyjainas pants Final 40 watts, good condition, complete | 4nd Pantry ppea
shorts, ladies slacks, boys clothing etc {With Microphone and Antenna Tuner The house is wired for Electricity
living at our disposal the Peculition of a; Leshleys Limited 20 Swan Street but the current is not turned in, From Page 1
modern factory we are able. to orter | 21.9.51—3n, | although the Company's wires pass | will be weicomed even if it be a tin
prompt services at exceptionally reason-{ within close proximity pe: :
uble prices LIVESTOCK Inspection any day except Sundays, ot sardines, He will be making
, Reliar ce Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m Jan appeal for transportation for
Palmetto Street, Phone 4764 ‘ MULE—One large mule suitable for ot deco particulars and conditions ithis venture and hopes to get |
alas Stk - *, apply ‘to:—
18.9.51—6n.| plantation work. Rose Hill, St. George. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO generous support. .
51--3n .
peta asad a al 7.9.51—7n A few days ago he received
( i ‘ i PUPP? “Halt Bred Labrador Pup- pictures of the hurricane damage
] pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W fr he M be
OVERNMENT NOTICE Wiles, Fens 2 Mi ‘ rom the Mayor of Kingston, for
. les, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation Gap, NOT
St, Michael. Phone 44. 99.0. Glen | ic OTICE publics in the local gaily news-
— Ten cents per agaze ine on week-days | PAPer t was the Churchwarden’s
NOTICE T t . MISCELLANEOUS ond 18 canes. Der agate linc on Sundays, | idea of bringing to the attention ot
} S O MARINERS - — - a ‘71.80 charge $1.50 on week-days | the public the enormity of the
One Dan b h flag t DEFOREST HOME—One ysed Deforest on Sundays. ag y neat
ne an buoy with flag top home—study course covering Radio damage done by the hurricane, in
od I tite "13 ened th ee Television—sound. Dial 4660, Cozier the hope that it would serve as a
atitude io’ o& north longi- 19.9.51—3n boost to the local relief appeal
tude 59 28’ west. Explosive NOTICE or est for the pictures >
charges will be fired in the vicin-] COTTON BLANKETS—Superfine heavy ae The request for the pictures was
ity of thi oe during daylight) "ty. red, blue and white shades LODGE SCHOOL made by the Churchwarden last
ty of s buoy uring daylig WW, 61" % 74” offering for $2.84 each, usual The school will re-open on Tuesday, week after he had received a cable
hours for seismograPhic Obser-) aiscount for wholesalers. Kirpalani 52! September 25th at 9.45 a.m [from the Mayor asking for|
vations. Shipping is warned to, Swan Street. 21.9.51—In New boys not yet examined for < : _
keep clear. This notice cancels) ————————————_ ] entrance wiil present themselves at the | financial and other sassistance for
our notice of 5th September,' Cr Cee Tere WOOLLEN SOX at 60c etio0) a 10-a.m. on Monday, 14th | the hurricane suffefers, 2nd after
. . \ ‘; per pair roadway Dress Shop September . - :
195}. : hie st 21,9.51—3n.| Boarders are expected for dinner at j he had replied that a public fund
21.9.51—2n. | = 6 p.m. 24th September already being subscribed, but
| GLOTTON THREAD in Khaki, Brown CYRIL E an appeal would be made for
Grey and Black 200 ards $1.10 dozen i a akletanine
reels, 500 yards $2.28 dozen reels Gov. Body Lodge School eo assistance, 7
Broadway Dress Shop 21.9.51—3n 19.9.51—3n The Mayor forwarded five
fop Pyorr thea TENGE, RiP Le fn _ -. |pictures and ex»ressed regret that
aU > or schoo ni ren 1 Pee
Complete, comiurtable carry-all with WANTED teen to the demand for these
handle, containing 1 pt. Vacuum Flasks pictures it was impossible to send
i 2 4 H rs and plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83 Ja larger amount. The first of
LUNCH TINS with 83 hea. ¢ eer Sh eateal he
R + é he P| PSs S vi
Bleeding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore & oe . Ltd, and The Modern ‘pres ‘ MISCELLANEOUS
Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea, “~"OPPSe O.96 sd
Trench Mouth or a bad disease which ————— | In Touch with Barbados
sooner or later will make your teeth fall NOXZEMA Skin Cream Greaseless - 7 e
out and may cause Rheumatism and Heart Medicated Red, Rough, Hands look| LOAN—£9000 @ 5% secured by first Coastal Station
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the Sefter—whiter. Get a trial Jar for 32! ™ortgage. Yearwood Boyce. — CABLE & WIRELESS (W.1) Ltd
new discovery Amosan. Stops bleeding cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd \ 19.9.51—4n. | savise that they can now communicate
gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth and 20.9.51—3n peieienienionniterhalabandenvetginbenticin 7 - oa >
tightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee, cc WANTED TO RENT itis: ihe, SoNOWing | Supe | shtCae)
1 : : ‘a 3arbados Coast Station ;
Ase eee fae aie, Tne ceaete Sewcert _HOUSEWhor extended period fumished | Battador Const Station. ge
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from yout _ SERIDS—A_ large variety of Fresh | house. Three bedrooms, modern conve- | penny, 5.8. Margrette Bakke, #.¢, Stam-
we chemist today. « table Seeds on sale at Collin's niences, attractive area Julian Garrett vic Brisbane, s.s. Arneta. s.0° Rath
QSAR Bre geacantes Devs Store. 21.9.51—an | Phone 5020 and 8564 20.9.51—6n. | finger a's S Luise, 5.8 BE a
protects you EE pe pO ae ee or eed © ee t, R . & Sao
For Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth —Tenna-comrA DUTTER COOLERS™ WANTED TO RENT Peulo, 6.5. Tia, 6.8, Resero, 9.8. Sun-
i gust the thing for this hot weather, FURNISHED HOUSE — Py retired | jo) ¢ s\ Fridtjof Nasen, ss. Steel Sur
Follow the simple instructions supplied} P@val officer and wife, from middle | yeyor, 5s. Hilda Knudson, s.s. Adelaide, !
ibn amy = | with eech cooler and have nice firm pute October for some months. A really |. 5 Derwentdale, s.s, Oranjestad
| J: ter just wie a wae it Only a) ec rey pouree ee garde. Re T | Soya Christina, s.s. Nediede, s.s. Draide
. reed ’ cents each Dtainable or rom C 70) purse fo) reference vastiey, A z s oO: ree 8. Mesa
G. A. Service's Harrison’s Broad Street 9.9.51 Phe auvn Lord's Caktic St: 0.81--Se ae Arma s rinoco, 8 s
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY UNIFORM LINEN--For School Child
‘The most manifest sign of stror . ty t Rola On nay, MAIL NOTICES
wisdom, _is continued cheer- eya dark biue, light dark’ gre LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
fulness. beige te. Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street, The aplication oe istade’ O. husea Mails for St. Vincent, Grenada and
| Montaigne. 21.9. 51—1n holder of fe haa. No. Sil Trinidad by the M/V C. L. M. Tannis
WITH GAS IN THE Sie yet BUTE Jbicente No. 218 of | will be closed at the Genera Post OMe
I ai ‘ et YACHT” The well-known yacht| cf a A ae as under
CITCHEN HOUSEWIFE ‘ aie : hig c om floor of s-siaeas wall build- “so ope 7 4 .
| KITCHED WI HI-HO” with dingy, Can be seen aty ing at Westbury Road. St. Michael, for Parcel Mail at 3 p.m, on the 2ist Sept.,
AND COOKIE ARE AL- Yacht Club. Offers to Mr. D. A. Pile] permission to uve said Liquor License | Registered Mail at 8.30 a.m. and Ord
WAYS CHEERFUL. it Carrington & Sealy’s Office, = &c., at a board and shingle shop at} %% Mail at © amy on the 22nd Sept.,
21.9.51—2n. | Beckles Road, St. Michael 1961 . is 3
— Dated this 20th day of September, 1951 salons rs paca eee oe
To BE. A. McLEOD, Es deloupe, Antigua, Engle a ance
9B OOOO OBO OOOS SOS ." ao coe ” aad ’ by the S.S. Gascogne will be closed at
SPP AS POS PAPI IFS Police Magistrate, Dist A tna 6 i Post Off ae
> - *. s . 3 NG LOG i € nera 708) ice a8 unde
% EMBROIDERY LESSONS Signed C..GOODING EOGHTLL,. Mavcat” Skadl. “at Ae ato, Maaistere
ss ut the S| Minimum charge week 72 cents and} yp his application wilh be con- | Mail at 2 p.m, and Ordinary Mail at 2.30
xs > 1 % 06 conte: Sundays 2¢ words = Over 36) sidered at a Licensing Court to be h sid | Pm. on the 2ist September, 195)
Peas. aes Park, starting %| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents 4} 11 Solice Court, District “A” on Tuesday | Malls for Dominica hy the
% Monday 24th Sept. 4—6 p.m. For x word on Sundays; the’ 2nd day of Octaber, 1981, at 1h siphs will a at the General Post
articulars ring 4137 ¥ , ‘clock, 4 ice as unde
aplagieates OI Bleg ’ x HOUSES Soe E. A. McLEOD. Parcel Mail at 3 p.m. on the 2ist Sept.,
ve 19.9.51—2n. 9 Police Magistrate, Dist. “A Registered Mail at 8.30 a.m., and Ordin
LOOSSSSOOCOCOOCCOCOOSSSS | CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved 21.9.51--In. | ary Mail at 9 a.m. on the 22nd Sept
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. 1951
PDO SSO DOOD OO OS POG PPG PFPA DFE t Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All|. Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Montser-
° modern conveniences, Apply on premises. rat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M V
g j*: 3.8.51. -t.f.n Caribbee will be closed at the General
& JO-DAYS MWS FLASH é ADVERTISE Fost Office as under
3 u GIPRALTAR—Cattlewash. From Ist— Mail at 12 (noon), Registered
x ‘ satya | 15th October. Dial 95-267 2 p.m., and Ordinary Mail at
% HAPPY MAGAZIN TE NEWS f 9.51—2n a0 p.m. on the 2ist Sept 1961,
, Mails for St Jincent, Grenada, Trini
% New Subscriptions to ap- % ASIDE BUNGALOWS at Gibbs IN THE dad and British Guiana by the M.V
3 proved American Magazines %| Beach. Belair for month of October- ft anadian Chalienger, will be closed it
“f I > ; | Wismar for month of November. Good the Gener Post Office as under
g can now be obtained. | Riveting —Wolephone, apply: Mes ADVOCATE ("eects itesistered ns Ordinary Movs
3 JOHNSON’S STATIONERY % | Bruce Weatherhead. Telephone 3144 je" 3.00 on the 2ist Sept., 1951
eats aataalen 3h 20.9.51—3n
CHEAP CUPS & SAUCERS %
Large Size | OGG GEES FESOOOOOOONS | of ‘a
" |S DRAWING « PAINTING 3 GOVERNMEN OTICE
JOHNSON’S HARDWARE ¢ % CLASSES %
% 11% 8 | “eee
* a %, a . S °. pen
Te onal bas eat ens eae 8! Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
66,65660606% ark, startin uesday 25th Sep nt , :
SORCOe re POOSOOSOOF SS “ey % 44 pit Ring anaes ment) Order, 1951, No. 30 which will be published in the Official
Q . % x 19.9, 51—2r g Gazette of Thursday, 20th September, 1951
& A LATIC CLUB % LOOSE LALA. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
x prices of “Charcoal” are as follows
: ORIENTAL | — a
Q 1 ;OUVENIRS ARTICLE “WHOLESALE PRICE RETAIL PRICE |
$ ‘ é “i r | (not more than) (not more than)
% Gifts, Curios, Jewels Po cbilatenntleas Sec oe. a ‘ ieee
% @ Antiques, Ivory, Silks | CHARCOAL $3.00 per bag of 110 Ibs
$ e@ Ete., Ete., Ete. } ex ship
§ $ 5 a
. | $3.25 per bag of 110}
s, Y = *+<
8 NOTICE THANE s§ | lbs ex store ; | 4'%c. per Ib.
% Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466 | | ——_— a Oe eee
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% that the Management ¢ $ x |
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$ 27th a1 RIS Now & Save X ==
% the Club’s Cinema will R18: ind renewed Bedsteads x
. . <1 | 3p us $15
& be CLOSED. lance -of §|® fuss erodes “Mors sub, ¥ 1] VALUABLE SHOPFRONT PROPERTY ||
A a obes adies, Morris ae
8 small attendance 0 x & ind other Furniture, Morris ¢ |
% Members, for quite some x s and eres Cushions x
mS is ideboards hina ¥,
s time, the Management y xt and Kitchen Cabinets, W % IN
§ has been _ reluctantly % & & eae eh eee
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srced to make this $/% Marble Slab, Sewing Macsines &
forces B|R sor hand and treadie, Chain and & ROEBUCK STREET
x decision. % | % lockstitch and Bootmaking s
& Owing to the large $/% x |
4 ‘ . , > S " ; ; 7 i
% number of Cinemas now ¥! § 2 PIANOS x Reasonably priced upstairs residence with
x opera ting in the Island it 2) > yressive WALTERS iron % dibs i |
8% is not possible for the 2S Piano. Resounding tone, ¥ shop premises |
% Club always to show % ¥ hi x
%, ” ’ s for “iv: O91 %&% e size, full volume &
¢ New Films as. formerly; x % s! & CLARK popular ¥& Apply to:
% and, as mest of the Mem- YY Piano. Good Wood and Retter ¥ 3
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* bers wish to see Pictures $ x ; 7 % R Al PH A BE A D
*% at their first showing, ¥'% % i 7 = (A « / R
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$ 16.9.51—l wk. & x DIAL 4069 4 Lower Bay Street Phone 4683
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mon good,” year-old Rube de Launty a 1911! having or claiming ane ‘ ; ‘

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Weekes, Walcott Score 1,000 Runs

—And Take 50 Wkts. Each Powson Can Become England’s No. 1

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By BRUCE HARRIS
m= * = . o One unty natct shire
LANCASHIRE, Sept. 8. y. eee eee
Only three cricketers in the Central Lancashire League half a dozen festival games at
stored 1,000 and took 50 wickets in the season which ended Kingston, Hastings and Scar-
on Sept. 1, and two of them were West Indians. borough are the remnants of th
These were Everton Weekes of first-class cricket season.
Bacup and Clyde Walcott of En- ‘i Let 11s conduct an inquast or
field, and the third player was M. K | a a. rr
Denison, Todmorden’s English c enie the batsmen and bowlers of the
professional : waning year Averages, I know
This is disclosed in Clyde Wal- B t I do not mean everything. Frank
cott’s final report on the League ea eh ni Lowson, for onple, is not in
games, before his departure for 5 “ Fee ant {3 t
Aus lia. | wast vear e wo! S best
Weekes’ Record ondon epee, ot Bethor: wes oe If
our selectors had depended on
Everten Weekes, Bacup’s be- ti ere . . siuas
: ’ (Fre ine averages Bedser would never
loved professional, after meeting From Our Own Correspondent) taaig cone to. Aostalia: Still
ate Lp rt " ee LONDON, Sept. 19 they are not without value, Let
st aa for ine Ss ea Ae Shen Herb McKenley, Jamaican-born US take the first twelve English
Weekes went in to bat. at Nelson T@¢k quarter miler, has not had a batsmen. Here they are:
he needed 12 runs, and there was 'Y? » six meets and admits Re 15 1950 1, W. Watson, 2, R. T
tense excitement round the right out of condition. Ali the Simpson, 3, J. G. Dewes, 4, L
ground as, mainly by singles, he *@™e, he turned out in London to- Hutton, 5, “C. Washbrook, 6, J
neared his mark. When he pas: night for an athletic meeting Hardstaft 7, D. Brookes, 8, G
ed his previous record (1,470 organised by Jamaican Arthur Cox, 9, D, Compton, 10, yr. ¢

runs) there was a big cheer, and Wint in aid of the Hurricane Re- G

the Nelson players congratulated lief Fund, and the result; he was - D
these

him. ‘One of the best batsmen of beaten into second place in the

ardner, 11, W. G. A. Parkhouse,

Mixed with
while not

S. Shepherd.

are others who,

the world’, Weekes has scored 7 440 by Englishman, T. L. Higgins born in England, played their 1950





centuries for Bacup this season, and finished so distressed that for cricket here
which is a record number. His half an hour after .he could take 1951 (Latest available): 1, P. B.
final figure was 1,518 runs little interest in the performances yy "May, 2, D. Compton, S35
In s >» of Weekes valuable 59 of other West Indians. Jakeman, 4, J. Robertson, 5, L.
runs, Bacup were easily beaten by “I should not have run, really,” Hutton, 6, J. V. Wilson, 7, D. S
Nelson (runners-up for the Cup) he said, grimacing over stomach Sheppard, 8, T. W. Graveney, 8,
for they only collected 119 runs, pains, “I felt fine for the first 300 J. Ikin, 10, R. T. Simpson, 11, G
Phadk: routing the side with 8 yards, but coming into the straight, A. Edrich, 12, C. Washbrook.
wickets for 47 runs, Nelson passed I felt as if something had been Out, then, have gone Watson,
their score for the loss of 8 dropped on me and I could barely

wickets, Weekes taking 3 wickets keep going to the tape.”

for 38 runs McKenley’s straight entrance
Nelson _were very unfortunate jead of three yards was soon
for at 6.45 p.m., they had won the whittled down by fast finishing

championship trophy, but their
rivals, East Lancashire fought their of , ollapse was passed just short of
way to victory with five minutes the tape and lost by yards. Still

é é y yards, Still,

to spare, so not until 7 o'clock did 4;
eae ae aa , iis time 48.8 was excellent, con-
the League officials know where to sidering the Jack of fitness and cold

take the tr y. What a disé 7
he trophy. What a disappoint conditions.

Higgins. McKenley on the point



B.W.L. Will Not Have

A Combined Team

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 11.
The British West Indies can-

ment for Nelson ! East Lanca- not be represented at the Olym-
shire’s victory was due to a After the race, McKenley was pic Games to be held at the
devastating spel] of bowling by consoled by 2}-year-old Gloria World Olympics at Helsinki in
Bruce Docland, who took G Taylor, who arrived in London last 1952, by a combined West Indian
wickets for 9 runs. They were also Ftiday from St. Andrew, Jamaica, team, because the British West
the winners of the Worsley Cup ‘' Study medicine for four years Indies are not yet 8 _ politic al
Competition, at St. James Hospital, London. entity states = release from the

Presentations She gave him a first hand ac- Trinidad and - vee SOAP

Â¥ count of the hurricane and was Association. ollowing corre

On behalf of the Bacup club, disappointed she had not brought

Mr, Temperley, the ‘President, pre- her running gear to help
sented a portatNe wireless set to Meeting along—she

Mr. and Mrs. Weekes to mark his Maica’s top sprinters.
feat in breaking his own League, _ McDonald Bailey and
batting record.

spondence
the
the that the West Indies are moving
is one of Ja- jn the direction of federation and
had

; Arthur tion to that effect, and one of the
Wint streaked away from the field Colonies

it was pointed out by
British Olympic Association

actually drafted a constitu-

had already accepted

Enfield’ wound up the season in their events to make the meet- federation in principle, but the
with their second successive ing a truly West Indian affair International Body decided that
victory, and their fifth win of the Bailey bagged the 100 yards in political ‘federation must be an

season. Their victory, previous to 9.8 and 220 in 21.8 while Wint accepted fact before their request
this, was over Burnley last year’s won the 880 quite effortlessly in could be granted.

champions, 1 min. 55.i—all good times.
Enfield scored 129 runs on a About 50 athletes from about
soft wicket, Clyde Walcott leading London answered Wint's appeal
the way with 55, made in his usual to compete for the sake of the
masterly style. Ramsbottom lost relief fund They all put will
Mohammed their Indian profes- into their work and besides draw-
sional, first wicket down and his ing a big response from the crowd
tollowers

Cockell Defends
Tithe Next Month

DON COCKELL, British light-



























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WASHINGTON, Sept. 20
Israeli Finance Minister Elie-
zer Kaplan told some 1,100 dele- |
Dewes but only because he has in th |} Incomer are|gates from 42 states to the Na-
not ayed enough inning Appleyard, Statham (though voth|tional Economic Conference for
qualify) Hardstaff, Brooke would have been in last 39 | Israel Thursday that Israelis
Gardner, Cox and Parkhouse if the | bowled more), Bedser,| were prepared to continue to
Do not take these changes to {ct on, Howorth (his 1 sacrifice their food rations to
serious some of them are d 4son), Muncer, Grove and help maintain the flow of immi- |
to mere fluctuations of form and Giadwin gration and to contribute to the
opportunity or o injury. Bui In bowling even more than/fullest expansion of their indus-
take very seriously the’ progre batting the freakishness of fig-|trial and agricultural production.
of May, Jakeman and Grayeney. yyes reveals itself. For example,, The four-day meeting
I pin my faith to Lowsean, Who shackleton (chosen for England).| officially opened at the session
misses the list by four places, as Young (still perhaps England’s|of the Board of Governors of the
England’s Hutton of the next 10 prct slow left-hander), Trueman,|American Financial and Devel-
years. and to May as our No 3, tidgway, Lock and Wardle are|opment Corporation for Israel
eee ee eee ree ee all just outside the first 12. Organisation is one t og
scores. bs I place’ more value on the} Israel independence bond a
Now for the bowlers includeds than the “exclud- —U.F.
1960 (50 or more wickets)> eds Appleyard and McConnon
, R. Tattersall, 2, J. Laker, 3, 2™¢ certainly hopes for the} CRYPTOQUOTE No. 87_ |
E. Davies, 4, J. H. Wardle, 5, M. tttture—they have been “caught DWO XZBOLD XG XQNDXQP |
J. Hilton, 6, C. Gladwin, 7, A, Young” by Yorkshire and Glam- CR epee DQIDW 2D |
Coxon, 8 W.E. Hollies. 9, J. organ, Trueman also is full of| PENSE ney ae ENMLNIYNP
Lawrence, 10, T, W. Goddard. 11, Promise as a fast bowler. | vot Originality is
C. Cook, 12, James Langridge ; Yes, averages cannot altogether miltatior
1951 1, R. Appleyard, 2, PB be depended on as a pointer to e
Statham, 3, A. V. Bedser, 4, J. E. form. But they do indicate that
McConnon, 5, E. Hollies, 6, R. English cricket is bearing a good
Howorth, 7, R. Tattersall, 8 LL. new crop of fruit at last. This
Muncer, 9, C. Grove, 10, J. La*er, season’s play, rather than that
C. Gladwin, 12, M. J. Hilton. Test match we won = against
Tattersall, Laker, Hilton, Glad- Australia last February, is a
win and Hollies hold their places true index of recovery.—L.E.S.

did not put up much When West Indian Students made ;

resistance, their total score being Collections they earned warm heavyweight champion, will | de- |
98 runs, Clyde Walcott took @ thanks from Sir John Huggins, fend his title against Albert Finch |
wickets for 40 runs in 13 overs. Chairman of the Relief Fund, wee at Harringay on Octo- |
thus completing his 50 wickets for He also dispelled any idea that PT 18 ean

the season, There are only three â„¢oney was not needed now that y, Both managers, have enoaphes |
players in this League, who the British Government had an- Tack ee Seer et DR. BER OESE

reached 1,000 runs and 50 wickets "0Unced its contribution. me chi

this season—Weekes, Walcott and “The Government sum may be Eddie Thomas (Merthyr) will
Denison, Todmorden’s English used for a long term of recon- defend his welter-weight _ title

struction and rehabilitation and
not for immediate relief purposes.
But money collected tonight will
go towards immediate relief,” he
said.

professional

Last Match

Lowerhouse met Todmorden for
the last match of the Season; the
latter batting first, declared at 198 ~~ a good, crowd attended the
whi os yan. we eed meeting which was held at Hot-
Ww ere “at sea” against Todmorden's stuhttall RE RGN PH RePOre
bowling attack and collapsed for Results of the collections would
52 runs. Marshall was bowled for be known in a day or so, but it is

9 : Se 7

tice martingale, Nas * believed that it will swell the
Ma son, seorec - already mounting al fr
Marshall--has not had a Y ; eh Som. He

| very London appeal.
successful season, but it is expected

that he will do better next year, -——-———
having more experience,

_ Another West Indian in the lime-
‘ight was Bruce Pairaudeau, who

Arthur Peall says:





















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Police Courts and Court of
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News, Your Children’s Eyes,
St. Paul's Cathedral and
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scored 99 against Rishton, bring- ‘ ’ ~—6.00 p.m.
ing his aggregate to 874, thus THESE DOUBLES ARE ; eA
bal cS , Globe “The Great Missourt
breaking a 35-year-old Burnley A BIG RISK Paid’ and Local Talent Show
amateur batting record, —#.15 pom,
Ken Rickards laying for JH ARASSING opponents like | to mae Forge biti peg beret ct et
Darwen i »R ney . , leave white at one end of the presents “See How They Run”
arwen in the Ribblesdale League, snooker table and the object ball —8.30 p.m.
scored 53 runs bringing his Dede tecebare ad at the other end.. Plaza Bridgetow “Woman on
aggregate to 888 for the season rhe ngarer both wire ie 4.45 abs s00 ba :
eas * . > : tle o the ‘laza Oistins — eat the Band”
His club came fourth in the Rib- cushions, the and “Tarzan and the Huntress”
blesdale League, Blackpool being 4 re difficult 1.30 and 8.30 p.m
the champions. t is Gaitty—"Backfire and Sugarfoot’
The Mancis Lancashir A fine cut moy- 8.0 pm.
fnist a aancas ure League ing the object- Olympic—"Madonna of the Seven
finis red on the first Saturdav of boll slightly and Moons" and “The Wolf Man’—
September, bringing white 4.30 and 8.15 p.m
Se Up-table is a Royal—"Pygmy Island’ and “A
THE LANCASHIRE LEAGUE TABLE Aisgramm leave. Yank in Korea” — 4.80 and 8.15 J)
East Lancashire 5€ ints Scor with pm |
Nelsc 1 54 aici ne GEER in Roxy—''Rusty Saves a Life” and |
Rawten tall 44 “double” {nto last of the Red Men 4.30 |
Todmorde: either top pocket, and 8.15 p.m |
Church 40 as shown, is a |
Bacup 39 tempting idea. |
Burnley 38 Played at medium
Enfield 28 AY strength, failure
Coins 25 me ue cake On @ safe distance
Aansiintn - o he poeket. ‘SW
eaetineden ze These shots are « gamble but TO-DAY Ss EATHER
ree es the is great satisfaction when CHART i
Ramsbottorn 20 guia” frustrates an opponent's |
"Rishton ss Seri i
WEST INDIANS LEAGUE AVERAGES Sunrise: 5.50 a.m,
Sunset: 6.01 p.m.
BATTING sa tana ce Moon: Full
n. AVE i . z
Weekes (Bacup) 24 7 1518 ° 89.50 BOWLING Lighting: 6.00 pm.
Walcott (Enfield) 23 71137 71.0 Ovs. Runs 53 1925 bmg Si 120 ats CPt bs.
Rickards (Derwe 21 7 888 53.60 ° R, W. Avs. ow e: 12.55 a.m., 12
Palenisesu B ey) 25 6 B74 43 a6 Weekes’ (Bacup) 307.5 1,073 62 i. i p.m. viper *
Holt (Haslingden) 22 2 841 4210 Wal (Enfield 302.1 1,032 53 19.25
Marshall (L'house) 21 1 405 20,50 Marshall «Lhouse) 227.2 869 44 19.33



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IRlim -I I'll MBEB 21. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE T1IBEF. W.I. Granted $96, 710 By CD. & W. Grenada Gets 955,000 Tor Fisheries %  %  nada lo impn-v .'. %  r\gj C20.T4S %  %  • %  emolumentCTy Officer up In March 1SS6. the C -fO(M fully dtvkmt nch u luiptnent of a fi*h stcr* at GmiyBvp STEWART FEEDS THE DUIKER 1 %  beats and transfer them %  I boat. It will %  i depth equipment [< (or ihe Information uahed ici ill greatly facilitate tl a Ih) Asfiing industt %  i iied on %  .illy when the boa!" ivturn late in the day. as Of %  %  b| the lucrative mink. St. George's in good I %  Huh overnight except the untatll rated : nets HI Ihi The scheme also pKM the com) experiment? %  'with !i-hB| and the fostering nf such minor Industrie' M lurtlr Hrove oysters, and shell fish Ko.ids And Airfield* The BBCOCld rrf the three grunt* approved in August nM "i>e >l £7,434 ($35.6831 for the const rucii. m i f raw* i roadj in St. Lucia. This supplements pravtolll priin^ totalling gome LIS.OOU ($86.0110). and provides lor the 1 three Upper trucks .mil DIM B i truck, and ll • fo? l*'o %  %  : reman The third grai it (10,971), the fee and travelling expenses paid lo n tirtn %  %  %  %  ( relic undlni Windward and Leeward Islands. These liner total approved for the Wi I %  1i. 1951 to £ 873.835 ($3234.40H). and Ihe 1940 • I i IB? %  %  I LOOK YOUR BEST :-<7-h!/-yrar-. Jeetit the tlutker antelope—nut ol ih, m l Hiiulii Teacher* Man irrested Object To Hostels For Forged Notes illi-"ii 0>B li(iHni"' PORT* f'-sr AI\. ~. Hindu tin now undergoing a two-year training .1 M .' %  !.; % %  %  %  Ing College, Port-of-Sp-m are ring in .. Christian ho-rtcl not onl;. gtnus grounds, but alto mi BC.mitit of the type of meals proVldt 'I Thev t.. have received an from the i>Education. Matlna; that their cclled if Om di-l not lake up %  s. I The note 1 %  decision was made in it(hi later "f Education, and 11 %  led to th t:rade B edu. ... h iv understood however, that the Hen Bhadaae Saggan MaraJ ha "fit reo these rtuew nt kUon where they their own boarding ind pursue %  ||ef %  ill" <>"• !* %  Oarnaaaaasaai PORT-4 P-8PAIN Bap) 1" %  I %  : lib UM 1 %  %  new cui%  During; the week M .1 %  \.i ..I L Msrvit Studio* As a result .• 1 %  .. for reguli rhkh will be ulllired foi %  Hollywood tii 1 anting ituatJ 1 n %  Bhni to meet the unexpected b I Movie lnduatriai Muevo ihe two entertainment mediuma ncaa operate in an unofficial nlhanee tn mutual IHI ".. Repul lie at % %  i-een the %  i pany |o adjust it % %  during the ihrei will have profited about S12.000.000 via movies to televtal tnrjughoul the I' I — If. Your hair will be handsomer by *jr when you tre.it IT to Russia Kngnj'.wl In l\ i.ln.ii ipinv SAN PRANCI8CO, Sepl. 19. Laadeta uf the Arnerlcan t %  twn of Labour put before ehorging %  1; ( man]. %  upon ihe U.N. lo launch %  full bains 1 foi Introduction ; %  the AKI.. Cl 1 vei tlon here II Mill he 1 \ % %  1. European Indudlnc Irving Brown "im hai been I free 1 unloi Brown told reporters thai m.itai lal baa beet re beiuK froni theii Gen %  and elsewhere ll ited behind the Iron Curtain.—(C.IM Hold Hoir To Wvt\ Or man Countrs* HOLLYWOOD. SflPt IH \1 l, .V.. Klaliet l'-'t %  '. VL.11 III Nlriili^t-K (litnMnc*Mi mtif I I Bl Wife of Nicky Hilton. Mfai I 1 real Count* 1 Weatpnalui 1,1 Hilton would wed 1..... %  1 next fanuai 1 1 P c.o.L. Goes 1 p Bi 6 I'oinls In Tl*l' PORT-Or-SPAIM Sapl 11 The 1 u t of Ut ll 1 month— %  1 e| of relall prices ->f cbHhlng Of the in 1 1. 1. i.> work%  In in -tids last and aboul ibovo the isj i 1 "i idna %  • hither on sn averare 1935. Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay u 1 rh Uirill* M Bn II M PTM • I %  %  1...,*. *•' F '%  I ...... %  ' %  Ben 1.. Nlalpha. s. w ,%m i U| in •ca. nt" 1 M Mif '"h Philip H Ii. %  1 \ninvAi s r %  .: ion n • 1 1 ... Phiim .. . lUHPH Vin Hn d Harr Tonic. Just use a few drops a day..-then see the difference! Buy %  bottle today! Vaseline^ .1 %  tax Hal 1 Korea Is Firsl . fndo-Chlna probably will get gnu il fanerlb in arms shipment!' unh ('ruled Nations I II'' CANADA CONTINUES ARMS ALIGNMENT WITH BfilTAIN OTTAWA. Sepl 19 • I, line its ll.idttli.li,>l iinlil.it SSdesplte %  t to i\marwan menl announcement I 1 night thai the Army hat been ou ptaMre I %  ? movement In Nn: Howevej 11 ii" ams was announced Conodu1 pad wHn t r ited States forces when il %  tt to (-.nope.—tC.P.I SEA WELL J'mm BniTLHII HI'IANA %  haroi 1. p nirfcni. r I H .. ... Tit TWIMPMi %  I %  1 M>r>i RATES OF EXCHANGK YOU'LL ENJOY IT TOO!! MURRAYS MILK STOUT • IVs Refreshing • It's Sustaining • It's the Best SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS & CLUB &f MANNING A to.. Ltd.-\*..K. st ar —tii is, ... %  Sifcht l)i |f|i %  %  . nvai 'Tea me doctor . (\m 1 rnliirf>tii hrlft m healing? 'otindJ heal of their OWfl RCt 1 v\ hVtl they arc kept free from tht (•erms th;it CAUH I ptu Infection. To keep wound* in the hanmlth) 1 Mini ii 11 fur haatllng, SUffCOfU have lor yearn relied upon ' tnl'. This ruihlcaa tlci•royer al gtftnt i- non-poi' 11 .u, penile and sale mi human fjasjtaaal. While it dUi id Cta the \MHIIH1, 'Dtflol' leaves the living littaucs 111 l.iuiagej 10 COffltlflUd the natural processes of safe mid .apid repair. D E T T O L IHE BODFIN NllllrilC — II Mil! Ill All GLOSS VARNISH M I'UFMK IN QUALtTT AND FINISH hi QALV. till. CANS I. 2 5 Q|M Site* Iinorporjlrd IMS i. BERBER! Lid. 10


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ir.inw. ~iniMP.ii: si \ui D.KBADO^ AIJVOCATl: CLASSIFIED ADSJ, ,,,mM SALKS V\l.\ >l VI N %  #%  .• -I For Birtha. Manias* at t MnMTCfmrnli In Cartb %  -har>* ii |!i l"r anf numbn of word*, up IS M — d I nnli pet ward (or each adding.a I .>.d Tern-.* can Phone IN tnlwcen a > and p m 1113 (or lnU Nailer* only aftai 4pm The chars* for announcement*el %  J -pfc-da,* and |l MontundiT I Hit Mil I •MM .m char** H 7J rrU and I 'MM I*. v-d* „,„ 1* i • d ti..-. ccata a %  e- !" S-ndmW — Sad |1 BO i idj.i I -. iHdJBJl i". ii.-aii REAL ESTATE U TOMOTIVE • %  i-r ..id aJdlll..".: wo.;. Sunday; In IN MIMIIKl \.\1 i i "i i u %  %  %  IhOU doit keep MS* in Paardta. %  %  %  %  Sp*<* i A\\Or\(lMKMS %  %  ill vlni | our diipoMl 1 l itofv Shirt Depot P-lmetlo Strut l-hon* 4TM 11 fl 1 -n GOVERNMENT NOTKE The and,rdfnM will oaVr for Ml* at P*irrompMitun al incu OAr*. No II %  BtidcnoMn. on Fndaf. th* J: J " " September IMl. at 2 jo p m Tn* dwclinsbouat known a. 'TIWLAWX. MS the land .hmn the aame .landa. (OMaMand b. •vtimalnr* •ajuarr leel. xtuat, al IIa.' ,,*.. Ple€tse Take 1 Job thjm '.ivWhat hnipt and Americ.n joint mutual mon good.*' i %  For partKi'lata • th* h-ui %  of 4 p m cation lo th* tenant I Condition ol Sal*. !•! %  r;.*a Th* undermentioned will offer lor aale ty public competition at their onV* J-"n Street. Itndj>-!.'.. i.n Frtdai Hat September IMl at 1 p m That dealrablr two itorl'd freehold known ai "Cmioden lit* Junction ol Cuill-lk-.tl, H.^d, ,Uh th, thereto containing I0.U.1 aqual* That dealtabl dwellmahtmc: Vir. pjtealW club. I I down%  H'.. ... i i \ raft* Dial MI6 IB til—In %  nod. up to 4 Op | Seplr. IMl mi m I iiitm* ml be pa!!,.*. White Park 1 %  an hr ami The houaa Una. l-.ui tuara and upitaii* d -uh hath and toilet ronma. ln-fr for I car and tool room tall built of atone' in Ihe >ard 1pm and • p m icopt Sunday* on appointment Ota*! Hunt* CI.AMKF Co • SI fcn ELECTRICAL : in s, II MM no Dl-I *IC • IS B Jl-dri MUM I TO UAKIM M %  with flag top %  %  i in pent. n n latll ih longilli.(o 5 If '.M-.I Kxpiu chargei will be Brd In Uw * ft) "f khl .i; daylight t oui notice <>f .""'ti Sepi I Stop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours 1oothrr with Ihc Thr undcriiinrd will offer tor aairat public competition at Ihnr ^ir.ec. No 17. Hit* Stiert iMtfrluan. M | H1 Q-v of iloptciolK-l. IMl. at 1 pm W ACIUGFi 1 HOOIMt Jb J'KII.IIIS „' %  i I'.n I I place calico Uaidern attUPM Ml Saint lc> IT cl-.-lllllt aa BENTIIAHS %  it. iUdiriK> Ihcrrl.. The dwcllim-houaa contain! Op-1 V.randah. cloard Verandah, Drawint, ,id Dining Rom*. 4 Bcdi, K Th. houao u wired fu, | but Iho current U not turned In, althouch Ihc Company v.ith.11! rloae pro*lmlt> Iii>p-cllon any day eiccpt Surdaya. b-Mara the ho.ir of 1 pm and i p m For lurth.'T narllculars an,i M l ....ply j — Ct'TTLC, CATM>HI1 ft, CO Plamt.n %  •ada-l nd btnld.iur hoth IrechA.'M.I 1*1 III llllMI M IN THi: COURT OF CHANCERY the coma 1*1] %  i *H t „ %  YORK PETKtH. v. DTRAM Th peoplj in bis demaiid t,