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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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m&» Advorate

22, 1951 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

iv STARTS TODAY

ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER

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_ Mossadegh Dropping Oil Ultimatum
Will wait until after the British elections

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TEHERAN, September 21. Operation SU LPHO R
JNFORMED sources said on Friday that Premier LONDON, Sept. 21
Mohammed Mossadegh is dropping plans to send King George is to ‘under; go

Bri ‘ . 8 : ° Sere en 19 the near tucere Buck: - j
= ates miata on os oil talks until after inaiem } alace asnounced Exiday that General Eisenhower wants Republican Presidential | LONDON, Sept. 21

é British election next mont . cee by seven doctors said: “The con-}| "oOmination and will work to get it. 5; Within the next’ two yea
The note demanding the re-opening of negotiations, dition of the King lung gives Drummond is one of the best reporters in town. He's just| Trinidad will be in a position

cause for concern

which were broken off last month, will go to London ““King Goorce Ul : to | back from two years as Director of European Information | export sulphur. It will be extra

3 |
By LYLE C. WILSON | . ‘
WARMNGTON, Sept 21. | In Next 2 Years

Roscoe Drummond has returned from Paris with the word | (Prom Our Own Correspondent) |












was known ~ ; â„¢ ai fro the island's by
j ; : says > ana ¢ ‘ for Eco . -operation Administr: h reek >|‘ m wane
soon, but it will be minus the threat to expel within 2," and about in Buckingham | f0r Economie Co-operation Administration. This week he |e ciat plant
15d the 1 British oi ee > Palace indicating that his ailment resumed his post as Chief Washington ( orrespondent for x Para oaaidlly nonin;
ays the last British oil technicians left in Iran. is not of the type that requires the Christian Science | Monitor. lby Trinidad Premier Mr. Alb
It was reliably reported that the i hh rest and quiet — ———___—_—_—_—— Drummond's fret ite the Gomes tenes ic) baaseon ‘wien. he
Switch in tactics is said to be based ° e ; considerable quantity of hos~ | Monitor wes at Kiser ) » t ee s of Colon
“ ~ f tos} ann etgeicyaan A : ‘, * I t t poke it a meeting of olonini
ry Mc gee: piney that Prime ; Sein he Cale tneslt to) frene All Quarters: ' hawer politica ition. Drur representatives in connection with
Minister Attlee could not make ae 7 . rs private nMospitats . 'mond wrote that Fisenhow next. week's Commonwealth Su
any further compromises with Iran} perforn ae cee ne eee 4 i sac 5 |would not be shy. He not only} ply Conference
while fighting ‘an election against} i SSatcnk: — ae BONE | J jw il accept nomination but plans In an interview later Mr. Gome
the Conservatives a _ Pp bese : . want I ORES7 FIRE \to make a frank statement of his|told our correspondent he cot
The main Opposition Party, led s ie ee ae % ot availability for Republican nom-|not divulge any further details a
by Winston Churchill, has advo- eller hed * 7 4 t ae Ring | DES TORYS PART ination well in advance of the/the moment. He would not ’
cated a tougher policy with Iran the last six ionthe.”. He id jnomination convention who was to carry out the oi

The Iranian Cabinet has sche-

a. th Posi aientour hu ’ re ’ ~ Drummond said Eisenhower | extractior Geen be wha
at the King’s cheeks were OF U.S. CIT } ta resign his European military ntltine Bilaht Ba weailable











duled a meeting for tomorrow toa unken and his cheekbones jut- ; qué ities a !
decide what to do with the a ted sharply \Pest gee that time and return export
matum Mossadegh had tried to Queen Elizabeth drove to Clar-| A 20,000 aere forest fire roared |the U.S : 5 In the meantime Mr Gon
relay it to Britain via W. Averell ence House to-day to see Princess} WeStward atiter destroying the] He suid there are Ger tes | pointed out that the West Indie }
Harriman in Washingtor Elizabeth | northeast portion of Fork ana (pnd deaiiion aan a ; a Pre rel needs more sulphur than it eat
Harriman refused; a few days Gives Assent jie ials said it hight not stop Gaeb Gitrt yeas Bay rte ea leet at the moment and it form
ago.—C.P. Queen Elizabeth interrupted her until it reaches the shores of the} “|r, assure that the U.S. will/@n impertant item in West Indic
vacation in Scotlynd to return to, Pacific Ocean | maintain her vigorous and daring} demands at next week's talks
the King’s side this week. She A Navy report said fishing boats] rele of world leade rship
° 7 eancelled all engagements, | were standing by off the town of 2 To prevent Government or | er
Tories Make Queen Mary who is 84, drove to! Lapush to evacuate residents if it|the Republican Party from bein | 7
the Palace Wednesday and was! became necess ry. Nearly 2,000| dominated by what he regards a Wood Is Hurl:
with her son more than an hour’ persons fled ftom Forks yesterday | isolationism | ne . RICKET TIAA { ,
before he received Prime Minister 1. THE BARBADOS CRICKET 1 Wo oarrit in British Gntana for

Capital Of



when the fire raced out of the 3.--To rescue U.S. Foreign pol- | e : hint E . ee ene eek
Clement Attlee to give his assent : ' ; om ‘ork shea cl . > e the tournament which opens at Bourda to day Manager B. A. V
to the request for the dissolution northeast and threatened to engulf |i¢y fom “harsh partisanship eam iI ICRECC Williams i4 first man off the plane followed by Skipper A. M. “Charlie














REVOLT AGAINST ara a fe viele | Oswaldo Tavreso, ¢ oun ‘ lox for Wiesht | Jordat H Dyer
STATE GOVERNOR Undersee. Archibald §. Alexander |the Bt

san Phillips led the Socialist at- bill oO persuade the Radicai

tack on the Stock market boom



iliun Mission in Tokyo,|Seaforth, E, Chase, G in socialist party not to provoke a STORM HEADS
). Gibson ie PE ics ved his Govern FOR MEXICO —















soevees to bates ie volte to RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 21 signed an order authorising the| ‘ omaehiias oF t Steee ti met " men 1 oS ire yen rei eee IC

the “big business” party. Refer- President Getulio_ Vargas was| Quartermaster Corps to buy]? oneer a fe ’ “Te ‘ Mee eae ae ME ce St oy - NEW ORLEANS, Sej

ring to the big rise in stock prices expected to order Federal inter-|109 900,000 pounds of beef from DIODSNEY Cars — a ia tg S in} } ra roo + vee es ety 3 linge! jut even as the Assembly corr A small tropic al storm }

he said.” This is clearly big bu vention in Maranhao State to quell | foreign countries j; ernment is se Be ee y ea nat hs ke Ww ™ ve ke eit ' |pleted action on this ticklish | gusts up to 60 miles per

ness cashing in on fervent _ hopes jan armed revolt there against the Contempt of Court: Congre | grants te cultivate jute and rami is ac wi aH “i an i nee problem, Pleven was faced with | ranged in the lower Gulf of Me

for a Tory victory at the polls State government j sional probers considered Sear iia and to process them . 3 ohne al nev v mes D ot hard| new problems following the pa and was expecte oh the M

The only way to prevent ex- Federal troops controlled the contempt citations toda ain is Py The dispatch said Varga p eh a nia Af Ke Pe rea mis age last night of the Socialist | ¢an mainland late th ifter?

ploitation of the people by State capital of Sao Luiz but the}, parade of doitevbgaes — y posed to send his special envoy hitting a smat Seafor h, al ~|measure providing for automati UP
‘ 3 é $1 Penteado to Japan next January!rounder, Chase the Berbican increases in wages when the cost —_—-~

c a city’s normal activities were vir- refug bek 1. the . ¢ | | of
H.M. THE KING tually paralyzed.—U.P. refug pehine he Constitutior to negotiate the Sending of 3,000} candidate who has made team On| of living goes up five per cent

who refuse to answer questions] J ipanese immigrant families to| his first attempt, is a slow medium The “ADVOCATE”

profiteers is to make sure of
resounding Labour victory on



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Labour S lit of Parliament as a preliminary to the entire community But th» a tee iat’ Bizenhower ba { Taylor Next comes cricket euthnusiast G. BL “Teddy” Jone proprie
pp the forthcoming General Election work of 100 volunteers who stayed |" 1 ng arta leita A Wart By O. S. COPPIN tor of the Dairies, who has gone to watch the game
Four doctors visited King behind to fight the onrushing oe ay ee a os aes wis . y 21
ae . , ‘ . thar ere judgement and dedu GEORGETOW N, Sept, 2
LONDON, Sept 21 George to-day for the third time flames confined the blaze to the lor The Barbados tes hose foi
The Conservative Press made in 24 hours, deepening public con- [northeast sector of the city. | He id: “I have reason to be | the “First Test whicl eens Y, > 7 XL"
major capital of the split inside cern over the King's condition Press Rights: The Standirg}jeve that this report faithfully and | Be orde Saturday wilt Meet tc AID V O TI hk 'D fi OR hi Ri \ CH
the Labour Party between Attlee | Sir John Weir, the King’s physi- |Committee of Congressional news factually reflect Eisenhower | wiek ah ea a Car ld Weod who
oe Ex-Minister Aneurin Bevan uw in, are thre pecialists spent an jreporters voted unanimously to political intentior He cou! | hae his { : el 7 ora tice and n v "| | 7 ( S
whose lates f ot ging 10 and 20 minutes at the Pal- ; . - eae ’ Inger & actice and na é
ee late % pamphlet urgir g| bare ei shee, Hh ite a e Pal ontinue Russian news agency change them. I doubt he will peen advised by the doctor not tof / J A t Ss 4 ah
Deere a = fear cet eee stahas The ha’ dot aGstors. otattei Tass press gallery privileges be- Drummond writes from a sound | tage part in the First Test. "
ao ee the King yesterday morning and |c@use the “principles of the free|background of political realism.) gkipper Charlie Taylor ha PARIS, Sept. 21
= eg are ; : ie : v¢ . oor press cannot be upheld by abridg-}|Unlike many stories of Eisenhoy Jecide , ae Se ta te ‘if, Uf dacitud i alsks Mies E . ( renee . Foe
Bevan and his S000, Sr tried last night , tis ing them.” er’s political intentions and of the : citer So the job a . be THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY enacted into law a Bill
to claim that General Eisen- Nine prominent doctors—inelud- . at ¢ his baskers, Drummona's| "&C@s#2ry Conrad Hunte can b : had
hower supports a smaller re-{ ing the four who continued attend- The American Society of News- eens * So wig “challenged the Pressed into service Schoolboy Biv ng direct aid to Catholic schools. By a vote of 27 )
armament thesis and used ‘| ing the King—issued a bulletin|paper editors urged earlier this a Boo which some of the /Cammie Smith has been named| 236 the Assembly passed@ahe second r@ading of the contro
quotation of jhis..out. of context Tuesday _— saying “structural |month that. Tass employees he Pn oral’s frienas seems td have| twelfth man. versial bills which almost brought the fall of Pleven
to “support” the charge that the changes” oceurred in one of the {banned from capitol press galleries forgotten —UP The team now is Taylor, Walcott, Coalit Gh . - bef } tau flrat D ey
West has overestimated King’s lungs which have been |where they are on equal footing . : . Marshall Farmer, Proverbs aition Government before the measure was first passed
tussia’s military strength. erecting pam for ad months with United States newsmen. - Atkinson, Bradshaw, Greenidge, | Pasa eee teas 1¢ Upper House on September 10
The Times of London’ was No further explanation wa Dancer Praised: Cuban dancer leek Brancker, Holder and Hunte | assage of the bill ended the, closed in protest against the Gov
shocked and said that the claim offered and the British people are Alicia Alonso was highly raised by Brazil Seeks | bi @ i lt VE ich all but monopolized ernment move to push down the
Savana ) clearly unwarranted as waiting anxiously o hear just |New york morning papers for her ° ‘ The British Guiana’s team is sf the ‘poli ical scene ere for mo oaring price of meat at retail
to take the breath away.” eo Ur. eT dancing of “Giselle” in the ballet | Jap Immigrants fouewe: 5. Bod. Ges (Cept >| or Pi matt fnes “eat ele eee
: : 4 ' i tks | K L. Thomas, G. A. Camacho, B.| for Pleven whose repeated at-| ing —UP
Labour Party Secretary Mor- = - . SLOALIN opening at the Metro-| TOKYO, Sept, 21 Paton Leslie Wight Nort jtempts to compromise ind hi
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October 25. We have always known about Co Row t
é Communism in Hollywood ettleli Mat Gros Province.| bowler, but turns the ball botn Mhere i growing conten
i “Ene i nies , J 2 Y lato rosso rovin ,
sa Porie i the on . big N A TT C i One witness after another refused sy , u.p. / ways throughout the nation Som pays for NEWS
yuSiness. “Conservative Sir David oune e e to testify on gr . 3 ae > { uit th
n . J grounds of possible 11,000 Pari ixi drivers quit the .
Maxwell Fyfe made a_ reverse ® s - . oo self incrimination , ; streets yesterday in protest Dial 3113

“class watfare” charge accusing '

| Labows of adie ig industry” a bat- : f ye : ee Way to Argentina: French e e against tie om - that the y un Day or Night ‘
tle Of & Glad wat” m a Hea r tens italians Sa arrive gr ce oa W.I. Will I av © O I Ce re Most Pari , ute 1 ¢ r shop were a - ~- ———— —
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Latest poll published today} se route to Ruenos Aires
showed Conservatives _ still ROME, Sept. 2!. An Active Part: British Foreign ‘
: THE FORTUNES of Italy’s anti-Communist Govern- ;Secretary Herbert Morrison de | Aa e ~ , 4 \ Veg
ince a month ago. Forty-nine ment grew brighter with the North Atlantic pledge to parting homeward aboard the upp y Ss “uw
For Full- - ii me Lnjoyment..

per cent of the polled favoured!

favourites but Labour moving up
; ie a ho ae ee 9 ae Queen Mary refused to discuss the
Conservatives now compared with revise what Italians regard as their “humiliating” peace |

British election but when asked if



























£0.5 per cent in August. Thirty-| treaty of World War II. es he would take an active part ir (From Our Own Correspondent) |
nine per cent favoured Labour| | Segments of the anti-Communist, aspirations the campaign he said: “You can be LONDON, Sept. 21
compared with 38 per cent in! Press gleefully concluded that the Of equal importance to De Ga | re of that.” , ling Albert Gomes ot
August, ceiling of 300,000 placed on the) peri was the decision of the Ottawa “garding the Ottawa conference tepresentatives of the colonies including Alber 10m
—U-P. | Statian armed forces by the un- Conference to take steps towa | neon Stoveisen etfe os sare a Trinidad will have a chance next week to speak up for
~ “Dikta’ a. os 1 «| Ps g — n of ~armame mm Sé am impresse ‘ fi . vita e y
peers a wae a eed, as Se RN is eh i re-i with the desire to reach agree themselves at the Conference on ( an alth Supply Oo
ad, anc é aly was a a ) Né he ers. r ‘ on ¢
jaf Test t ment which we did on all standing raw materials and manufactured goods lis is contrary *
’ full and equal partner in West- Italy has 4,000,000 tota or pat id ; : bi oe Anta ‘oat
TO-DAY S WEATHER r rn defence against Communism, | tially unemployed, many : ictoric he previous expectations, as 1t wa understood they were simp
CHART To most Italians Ottawa was are closed or are closing for lack He emphasized “If there is real attending as adviser:
resented as a satisfactory if not! of credit or raw 1 il nd the | evidence of a change of heart o Gomes is expected to speak fo
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. omplete victory for Premier! winter campa p 2a} the Soviet bloc, we must not lost the t Indies particularly on tne
Sunset: 6.00 p.m. Alcide de Gasperi began this weel th a str ( of| 0
pres Full dé t as & ts another general elec-) civil servant A wealthy N Tat TO;
ighting: 6. pm. } ti on ittle more than a year) member nd that mear princi-|
‘ . 99 - . . " . ' | ;
me poe ta a laa oo j and there is no doubt that the! pally the United State n. give Packing Cases ‘al vhich have been held |
Low Tide: 1.34 a.m, 12.44 p.m. Ottawa pledge and its fulfilment! Italy’s economy ig boost by) RELIEF FUND eek between Colonial representa~ |
aot be cited by De Gasperi’s forces| placing orders with Italian fac Wanted For a ca tives and Whitehall officials ther |
as an achievement towards Italy’s' tories. U.P. ANOTHER quiet step ye i fecling of satisfaction that tl \

terday and the Fund moved a cage in respect of uppl alloca
little way farther along the tions will cornmand more

road School opened thi t this Conference that at an; |
week, and the pupils of an previou conference A vritte
other one seized an early op- tatement of Colon

portunity to add their quota Colt

Relief Parcels

Ove 250 packages of clothing
have now been received at
Ghisen Park by the Hurricane
Relief Organisation, for the hur-
ricane sufferers in Jamaica.
The sorting and packing of the
irticles began veahacany morning
but there is an urgent need for

ittentior |

AFTER THE BIG BLOW

requirement

ail vic oints on tk

1 cy tao be presente
There is yet room, however 4 finalised tonight at

for more contributions, and it .

eeting between Colonial repre



is hoped that this

tative and Whitehall offi



our chance for peace U.P. rucia) question of freedor
obtain goods from dolla area
ADVOCATE J’CA At the conclusion of preliminat













packing cases The organiser DAILY REMINDER with Mr. Dugdale present for the |
of the relief drive are therefore ‘ first time |
igain appealing to merchants i ew serve on ye ; fe Success
who have promised . to send Aeneas you to bring in your One conerete Iced ilread
packing cases, to do so quickly, jonation. ichieved in preliminary talks h
as the first shipment of article: To-day is the best day to been the ecision in connecti
for Jamaica is expected to go by bring it in. Yesterday has with hipping problems in tiv
the S.S. Colombie on October 3% gone West Indies and other territorie
| Gifts of saucepans, drinking Why not to-day? to have bilateral talks between ,
ups, tinned stuff, and the like, | i eile ndividual territorie concerned |
vould be especially welcomed at ree seg pee the Ministry of ‘Transport. |
" this time, one of the organiser ir: & Mrs, Mores 00 These talks are expected to take |
4 old the Advocate yesterday. B. Barne : 2.0 place at the Ministry of Transport |
The gift of a mahogany read Mr. & M r I “i lin the course of the next week. |
, ing lamp has been given to the babe Coneck) Moment \ ir arrangement has been |
Churchwarden of St. Michael Staf f ‘ r talks in 1 on to oii!
jthe principal organiser f the re ymp . ‘ roduct f
ief effort, as a contribution. TI fs i ¢ ants + as Lir
will be raffled at two shilling â„¢ offic t} '
loer chance in the hope that Canadian Bank of .
substantial money contribution Commerce The ne of th or
might be made thereby towards nt x M of , nital good ery 48
the velief effort. Royal Bank of Canada Ut ylonies emerged. pre
Ar the 4 }
, a 1 ”)
| Rev. Mayhew Dies oueniae
Barelay’s Bank ; ,
; From Our Own Correspondent) | DC. & O { fere ext week n-!
| PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 21, | Mf? 1 tt f the not
| Rev. Dr. William Mayhew, 84, | . Pt om B
| fe inder and Pastor of the African | f €
4 PILE OF RUBBLE is all that remains of this shop in Morant Bay, St. Thomas. This section of |Method’st re cue n _ | | ‘
norn. 20TT sar Dbagcos
the town got the full blast of the hurricane as was most of the town nic ne 4G can "i go. DA LURES rea ae } @ On Page 3 (ncn: AARNE SAAR Sc





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22, 1951

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© Men Talks About PERSIAN PLAY ATTACKS FREE HOSPITAL
a lh ny g AY ATT? Ss
YY 9
50 Men By ‘BRUTAL BRITISH FREE hospital car 2
LE hospital care for people omen ,
ver 65 promises te be a big issue REDS NEED CASH

IR ERROL DOS SANTOS, ‘ Ca . Ro k tte M ‘ a a ee : the U.S. general election next THE REDS used t -

Pusitenia ti the Boaracet Di. With roni Ltd. cKe Oo ars __ (From KENNETH MACAULAY : Teheran) year. One of President Truman’s gages wicked
rectors of “B.W.I.A. Ltd. and Mr R. AND MRS. ROGER PER- | DR. WERNHER von BRAUN THE PERSIANS have put on a jolly little dramatic |high official is pushing the for oppress ’
Jolin Rabr. the ompany Act RIN of Trinidad, arrived by| wartime head of the German _ entertainment at a theatre in Isfahan south of Teheran heme ; now the mane
ing General Manager, were in- B.W.LA. on Wednesday with their | search station at Peenemunde. and it is a play about the horrible British, and could be billed |, "opulat ion experts say that be- Party age
transit passengers trom Trinidad little son Robert whom they have/ designer of the V2 rocket, has < this way :— fore the year 2,000 one-fifth of homes y 22
ed B.W.LA. yesterday f An- brought to put into school at the| lan for landing 50 men on Mars hae 1 | ve s people will be 65 or on part raise bail
igua Lodge. They expect to be here a. peated ee ule ~ THE TIME: Any moment now./| °*° nee r

Wan nant rida asin ck toe! Dr. Von Braun, now in {the THE SCENE is set in the des- Drake a huge pipe sticking
Rural Dean | \"nited States, sent a pape ; ert hills of Masjid-i-Sulaiman, ¢,. . s . Tritt ee —
Hotel Royal paper u h: of beds a an Ef from his mouth is threatening tc -
T 430 tomorrow ternoon, Mr. Perrin is ‘Transport Man- | it which was read at the ne ee Willier: tcnos Arey. kill a senior Persian official with ee pee in| ! ‘
d \ Rev. A. F. Mandeville, Rec- aietel terloo ai -ongress on Astronautics jooman, — . *» his bare hands. How dare he ’ “DALLAS” B'TOWN THE DAMNEI
tor of Christ Church will receive — x. ab he ae Estate, Caroni| | | planetary Fo" | rae , Inter- eae cae made Anglo- silow the Persians even to think| Technicolor) PL AZA DIAL 2310 | DON'T CRY”
his commission as Rural Dean of oe ’ ps ge , = of nationalisation roars Drake os ~ - — ~

Mich the Lord Bis ones “Once the technique of estab- THE TIME is 1901. » Waaeal sam tne’ idtattod: it -DAY 4.45 ar ak | —pialet diineiltb vii
BF oe ners a am Lane ee Good Buildings In W.I. lishing satellite rockets in stable D’Arey has just got the first oil The Persian begs hor. justice, Ag ijt 9 iB oe dentate seb aaityoan = cen
at the Parish Church orbits around th ~arth " : odes J Bot not mercy. Drake is just about to} “ WOMAN ON PIER $3.’ & * FIGHT FILM”

Rev. Mandeville succeeds R. AND MRS. W. McALPINE} these can ‘be used to reft ) Government: He and this von aim fell him to the ground when the| Return Mateh
C ac shinson a, ue! Government. He and his men are , a ; cer tea ; = ei - eturn Mateh!
Archdeacon Hutchinsor M JACKSON of : Tete S tier rockets,” says Dr. Von celebrating by heating a few et ay aa ae ee | 4 ca ‘ sig = nav ri Randy TURPIN ~ Sugar Ray ROBINSON
: England who arrived ere on| Braun Persians a sian mm Stalwart, justice-givi oi ch- | John Aga: omas Gomez HIGHLIGHTS { LOW MOTION!
In Aid of Poppy Fund gla SS Gelhte peid| ersians to death to teach them jicians from Russia come in. ae —— “a ao
ICKETS in aid of the Poppy Monday by the 70) Pp | to work harder. he - ie tow SPECIAL TO-DAY 9."0 a.m. and 1.30 p.m
Bee na geen a visit to Trinidad and returned | in Spaceships There are a lot of imported*,,2%¢ noble liberators tear down| en
Fund special effort are now on Thursday night by B.W.1L.A. women running around to cor- ‘he picture of King George above||| CODE of the LAWLESS & ARIZONA TRAIL
on sale in every parish. They They are staying at the Ocean Interplanetary flight would then rupt Persian youths. The English Drake’s desk trample on_ the Kirby Grant—Fuzzy Knight Tex RITTER
re “8 a Oe Ss Megare View Hotel until the ship returns| become possible, even using pres- laugh to see such fun. Union Jack and heave Drake out | — oe
Cave a and “Co., Ltd. { here on its way back to the —s hemical propeliants. e tempestuous applause. Cur; | phy, colene = =
every Monday. guns. poe wet i United Kingdom. rout 50 men with supplies Aet 2 in. | > OISTL ‘ a y
oo. a Sy ats <. _ ee sina nes ce gia An architect, Mr. Jneisotn is | eit aaa on _ Mare in three ooh as Now present at the first night} PLAZA Dial £406 me AE s ¥
wi re § and ere Wi pe * : 2 p a -ton rockets. ‘HE SCE - 2 - - . “ 4.30 and 8.30 pr Be [IN — § f s
a ‘ Resta - paying his first visit to the est | SCENE (1s Abadan. ede eee e ehisintes ; : n I 2} ST. JAMFS
eer ns a elect | “es er sae the fact thet. Indies He said that from what | They would abandon one of t).¢ Tae TIS Many years later. Rocstane po cordon aki rhino ath om TO-DAY & TOMORROW § P.M
Bip ogg igimaramatamaantalonae will not kill any ne he has seen, there are some| |surface, and return to ss waiting A poor Persian woman ap- divisional ‘commander ; Randy Turpin - Sugar Ray Robinson eines ese
, . surprisingly good and modern} jarent ‘spa walling proaches a group of arrogant oil- © 7. Pp te geal Also the Double Feature “BACKFIRE
a ace ships in the remain- . . The British Embassy felt it “BEAT THE BAND"
Together After Four Years buildings in these parts. | ing two peek ee begs for a crust. Pite- was not good encugh that two} Frances Langford = | am < ar Foor” =
35 FLORENCE BAXTER On Honeymoon S School | These, in turn with three of the = ged a out her baby Jich high-ups should counten- TARZAN AND THE, HUNTRESS ee i Af FOO!
vas See Miss ‘Maric R. AND MRS. DAVID LUE Brought on to Schoo (ah rare wens - abandoned AP ya wicbine oilmen start lash Mate the tes pibent or of His a Ra edol? "igs tt Ke } Te
anc F cousin, Miss Marie rere ently arrie ; a in ‘the Martian orbit. ; 7 ena ty’s portrait and the non- Special To-day 9.30 a.m ake ee
Jeremy, who were born and edu- j) eee ae echabes RS. MERVYN GRELL, wife . ing the woman. They beat her 5, or “4 ih aise Uni rp rake ig SINGING “SHERIFE" & 2. Suakall ehancaaiee ae tee ond
cated in Bucharest, are now iM 6) their honeymoon staying at the of Major Grell, Director of | Expensive, But— almost to death and do so with a Y ’ ‘ STAGECOACH BUCKAROO” po heroin ieee aeons gach :
Barbados on their first holiday pote! Royal. They expect to re- Grell & Co,, Commission Merchants | light laugh. The baby falls from So this morning Embassy M#DNITE To-nite ~ rate. 2
visit to the West Indies. turn on Octetiar © P of Trinidad is now here for a| The 70 men would return ‘to the woman's nerveless grasp and Counsellor George Middleton} connec IN MANNA TAN AYSTERY ee ag is TH GUEST
° . > ee ober aig c cell a

Both free Inncers, Miss Baxter “wy [ue is with West Indian Oi] holiday staying at the Ocean View| ?@rth in seven space ships, being rolls woodenly across the stage. went down to the Foreign Office.| “BOSS OF BOOM TOWN?” ‘DAWN ON THE GRE sF orve|
works in America for Free Eu- {ndustries and his bride, the Hotel, She arrived on Thursday | ace one stellite orbit by enous a act 3 The Foreign Minister’s deputy Rod Cameron and Fuzzy Knight | Buck Jone
rope Radio Station on the Over- former Miss Phyllis Ahong is Sec- evening by B.W.1.A., accompanied } lt, a tt r ' - th ie Aaa aict . : said that \the presence of the —
seas ; Programnds seen oe retary to the Manager of the Esso by her son Edward who will be| whe whale expedition eid tun apeNe is we ae bg high-ups was a See ys f a
and broadcasting, anc Ss vere= Standard Oil Co., in Port-of-Spain, going to school at Lodge | ; ee jorramshah of Eric Drake, instructions wold be sent for} 1
thy works in London on ed sre a r ‘Mrs, Grell expects to be in ee chat tiavie here - gencral manager of the Anglo- the play to be taken off. | AQUATIC CLUE CINEMA (Membe:s Only)
aoe oe a, SROaneaT a tides Trinidadians Take Barbados until Thursday. |paratory supply operation,” says frantan Oll: Company. —LES. MATINGE: TO-DAY at 5) PM

as i “ “or ar ans~ * " . Pr } TONIG to MONDAY NIGHT, at 8.30
lator. Time Out Back Home | Dr. Braun. : | Universal-International present
. 3 3AN “It would admittedly be expen- . watt

They had not seen each other M's PETER G, MORGAN of} | ly > B. B. C. R di Shelley WINTERS * MacDonald CAREY
fer four years and decided to R. GEORGE LEb LUM, Civil St. Lawrence Hotel, arrived | tive, ne the expenditure adio ee ne Helena CARTER
spend «vacation in Barbados to- Engineer attached to the firm jn the island on Thursday night vould hing small sutiete ed to cur- in “SOUTH SEA SINNER”
gether and afterwards tour the of Messrs Watkins and Partners. by B.W.I. Airways from Miami, rent armament hudgets. “SATURDAY, Sept 22, 1951 Asahi Behind the News with Luther ADLER * Frank LOVEJOY and
Wes+ Indices. Miss Jeremy arrived Architects of Trinidad, arrived Florida, where she visited her [Dr. Von Braun’s paper was 11:25 a.m. Sport of Miisic,-11.45 a.m. 745 p Peter Keane, 8.00 p.m. Radio LIBERACE New Sensation of the Piano!
from London in the S.S. Gas- here earlier in the week by mother. Mrs. Morgan who was} read by Lieut -commander F.c +} erarnmne Parade, 18 {noon} The News, News e@15 p n Conneners ore A From the Sensational Screenplay “East of Java”

Pp . . eee News Analysis eek, &.97 p.m tadio eatre
cogne on September 13 and Missy eran aot ae two ee away for four weeks took Eastern; Dyrant, a U.S. naval officer on too — eis oe An iniG:ta pete rhe, Nace. 16,20 pom latariodl
Baxter came in the same even- is ay $ accompanied by Airlines from Florida to Puerto| jeqye in London, who is serving at — — seanedeerionn ne 10.15 p.m. Henry Hall’s Guest Night Se eee =>
ng by B.W.LA, from San Juar ig bare ee of rt Trini- Rico and completed her voyage | the United States rocket station at 4 sey ay: ae News, 4.10 pm. Inter- 19/45 p.m. Yours Faithfully
a fe Pg Pl hy oh yo a am Laundry and they are w BW... ong 4 —y Jevee ude, 4.15 p.m. Rugby Lea Foot
where she had spent a couple 0B. .ing at the Hotel Royal. Yt? B.W.LA. leted the | “te Denmark, New Jersey.) hail, 4.20 pm. Interlude, 4.30 pm C.B.C. PROGRAMME
days on her way down from New : > - ee ean Hotel —L.E.S Cra! Peotiie 6:00 Gras LGorknovare - oF
York. They are both staying at™ . eo. purchase 4, the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, SATURDAY, Sept. 22, 1951 ’ x y
~~ soe eae ad sees} Paid Short Visit two hours before she arrived. 6.00 p.m.” Music for Dancing, 6.45 pm. st wea a EMPIRE ROW AL
iss axter expects Da ~ 7 . rrr ? Sacks . eo a's TO BE a t a :
on Sunday morning by B.W.LA. M one Wis saree’ To Attend Road Congress / OVE IS Ts ae a ce ee Aa Bee 10.35 p.m naar TODAY & TOMORROW
for San Juan and then go on to Sik —— ea Billineton ee AJOR AND MRS. MICHAEL 7.00 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. News 11.72 Mcs. 25.60 M OPENING TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.15
New York. She will however ; - 'Trinid: ‘cl PREVITE of Trinidad, arriv- 7 ‘
return to Barbados to rejoin her ne eee be Wik be ed yesterday morning by B.W.LA, . er ae ts anemia & Continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.3 | Columbia Big Double
cousin who will be staying on : aiet olsit “herh, | *.. and are staying at the Ocean View
ay a short visit here. He is Wha , i
here for about two months before P@yInB as : .. Hotel, They brought with them ‘ ie . ‘
visiting some of the other islands. West ae iad _ eae their. son Anthony whom they| |; 3 oe HER”, ne Mitvert aunt and the Sorcerer—29 ee T ge |
ie ans . yes qian isiands 0! . ya) lz he Lodge. tanle rey, aged 23, as if that it
eit TRS ie toca” _ begs nee Gin 3 ae staying “ Weeding Stee a of Trinid: ad | ought te explain polis Fig But i eB the
; . es at the Ocean View Hotel, Lake Asphalt Co., Major Previte | }the police in Tampa, Florida, | : eat American |
2 a C.A./| thought otherwise. They are hold- |
uadeloupe Merchant expects to leave to-day by T g y
G AND arte JEAN SARKIS Venezuelans Return Home for Lisbon wore where we a ing Hubert on 10,000 dollars bail. |
a ees coe + attend the nternationa oac ay ’ idnap- :
of Guadeloupe who came ove: FTER spending two weeks’ Congress cn behalf of his com-| pana srg accuse es of ee . “f |
here last week by B.W.1.A., with ide oe . ; i ;ping his former wife rs. Be + |
. holiday here staying at the pany, He will be accompanied by | : x |
their three children who have re- 4546) Royal, Dr. and Mrs, J. his wife Fraser, at gun point, holding no VR
anes an ta. = a eae te Iturriza of Caracas, Venezuela, re- Ret 2 To-d i exer "k DoD oe "aeee hes ; tie a
onvent, 0 esaa) ° . . o-da 7 ’ - r hes
m4 turned home yesterday by air. eturning y | ¢-
eh Son eee ee =, They were accompanied by their ETURNING to Trinidad this father es b ro aM
= “al av anin i the Hotel Royal, two children, afternoon by B.W.I.A. after}
“Mr. Sarkis is. a. prominent , DF. Iturrizags a chemist and pro- spending | two weeks. holiday CROSSWORD ;

Naan? -ineBolnt~n Pitre fessor at a University in Caracas. staying at the Hotel Royal, are .

merchant in Point-a-Pitre. Mr. Cecil Maingot of the Bel- At length the black warrior sees he strides away to a clearing where | | comma rctuits wots § JOHNNY
Engi In C For Three Weeks mont Orphanage and Mrs. Main- that he and Rupert cannot under- he dumps him on the ground. At |

ngineer In aracas PENDING about three weeks’ got and Mr. Andrew Maingot, stand each other, so he decides on his call, the dark lady and her | WEISSMULLER
M*. COAG men holiday in Barbados are Mr. Commissioner of Income Tax, oad plan. pad he pane a People on running out =? | U c

OUS' and eir e : Tri ad. upert’s arms to his sides with his u e big man beat | a
two children of Caracas, Vene- @"d Mrs. N. S. Nanton and their aynae On Holid own scarf, and ties his hands strange tattoo on a of drum, | UNGLE JIM .
zuela. who arrived here two three children Gloria, Norma and nm rloliday together with a piece of fibre. wane I don’t like this a bit!’ | PYGMY
weeks ago by B.W.I.A. expect to John, They arrived on Sunday R. F, H. BENTO, merchant of Then, tucking him under his arm, whispers Rupert. |
remain until about October 5 by the Lady Nelson from St. Vin- Antigua and his wife who| ISLAND
staying ‘at the Hotel Royal. cent and are staying at the Hotel were holidaying here for the pas-| = j | -

Mr Loustaunau is customs Royal. twelve days staying at the Hotel . the | Aan Savage a
engineer with International Mr, Nanton is a parrister-at- Royal, are expected to remain for COMMUNITY CHOIRS tory | scans Steven Geray
Business Machines in Caracas. Law in Kingstown. another three weeks. ASSOCIATION 2 cia

0 2 Anc
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2 a PRESENTS ! Valerie and AMERICAN COLUMN: Across MEMORIAL Ben Hogan! iu | im the Hottest Spot on Marth
1. Outside the law. (7) J. = u | 6 wits , nee
8. Must be driven to work. (4) } ao | “A YANK IN KOREA
e e 9. Near a battle ground. (5) | a |
> 11. Vulgar shoemaker ? (4) | sie | Starring
The Penny Crisis iE act ath, 1p | tows mace | Sn
15. Sort of respect. (3) FOLLOW THe SUN - JUNE Hayoc on MeCALLISTER with
16. Almost all roads? (6) to th 8 William sil” PHILLIPS
» . ” > 5 e late
NEW YORK Thank you's” says Edrie Van “Salute to America”, But she will] 3% paceals, Diss, Sree Us spirit. (9)

Pennies 15 pennies made of Dore of the Hartford (Connec- not be viewed all across Amewica| 22, Ebb and flow. (5) Fr W HOPKINS scpicliiieianind napiaeiaesccedeaniciatoaaiia dees
copper — threaten to bring the ticut) Times after her first visit like her father was on the coast- a HOtD. 9. & Compe. ke) (3) . . i se
whole rearmament programme to to England. And she tells her to-coast TV last night from San 25. Hue. (4) M.A, OLYMPIC ROX
a halt. readers that the chief difference Francisco, @ . CHEATS 26. Revel—the ae surely, (5) 4

They present the difference be- petween Britons and American® i SCHOOL FO SHEATS w | by 5
tween what thousands of copper that Britons are more honest, HOW TO CHEAT at dice or he Sg RR Stone aN | TO-DAY to MONDAY | we 2 beg
miners and smelters want an hour TEA PARTY, 1951 cards is a required United States 3. & loin one . a is) Massed Choirs 4.30 & 8.15 |
in higher wages and what their nd i + Ade Army course at Camp Atterpury,| §° A°man of ‘fashion maybe, (7)
employers are willing to pay. BOSTON is the Massachusetts Indiana. Lessons are designed to 6. Foals knew by its droo when it Police Band pineiinas dennis itieananas yi & UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL presents

A fortnight ago the tirst men city which staged the famous Tea protect G.Ls from tricksters. Says was winter, (4, 5) 5 Guest Artist :
walkeq out of the biggest hole dug Party (1773), dumped British tea gehoolmast:r Tim Mulloy: “Dice is Pe Ebitio leave she ey ri i” Maria MONTEZ — Jon HALL
in the ground by man — the mile- into the harbour and drove the 4 game that a man shouldn't play, 13. Beech’ 8 gift to ships (4), 8) at |
wide i pit ily og i ve? eee’ ae i even with his mother.” 18. fe" consumes. ‘a litre. 6) , | in
Bingham, Utah. Quickly the s rike American colonies ar o de- CAT RACKET . Ceremony. (4)
spread through the industry. pendenc e. Now Boston is going tO KIND-HEARTED Mrs. Annella Solution of yesterday's puztle— Across: GLOBE TH EK A i Ri een “ ALI BABA

Copper is one of the three have a “British fortnight” at a pamonds. 76, has handed outamore 1, sein fs ver: 10. “Albacore, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 4.30 AND THE |
metals—the others are steel and leading store. te will feature a than 2.000 onesdollar bills to small| 3 16: ‘Taft; is |. Stay; ag ‘Lever: | || sir cleaves aaa PROGR AMME | :
aluminium—on which the whole big display of British merchandise, boys at her home in Houston, gs Biborate; 8 rad, Mane a races: “For 5 Gi re Pea” mo aves "No 231 | FORTY THIEVES "
rearmament programme rests. It crafts, motor-cars—and tea. Texas, in the last ten months. It Fontae*te 8 Oy site mr & enn 2 CONCERT OVERTURE: “IN MEMORIAM Sir Arthur Sullivan ;
fixes the upper limit of what a ) 3 oe Tye: 20. Ore, * é | %. UNACCOMPANIED ANTHEM: By Chapman's Lane Choir—‘‘Winter | 2

ig \ - ATOM CUTIE began when she saw two boys) “*° © 4. SOPRANO SOLOS: Nell Hall — In Flaming Technicolor s
America can produce ‘ rs ay > York Stoning a cat last Hallowe’en, She (a) “On Wangs oft Song Mende =

; stepped FIFTH-AVENUE in New York * & em . so 7 .

So President Truman steppec 4 save them dollar bills to stop | ib) “The Sanctuary of the Heart Kete ibe | .
in. His attorney-general, Howard aw its first atomic-age depart- 8 bs . al a) mtud CLOBE. [ | 5. UNACCOMPANIED ANTHEM: New Orleans’ Choi and S
McGrath, filed suit for a court Ment store open today, Radiac Soon legions of small boys arrivec | : ‘Thou Didst Turn Thy Face From Me'—Thomas Attwood an ®°

os bh natiis a Inc, sells atom supplies to at her door with cats about to be TODAY and Continuing | 6 CLASSIC CHORALE: The Band | °
injunction at Denver, Colorado. uranium prospectors, doctors, tortured. | einer 5 : ADDRESS OF ‘APPREGIATIc hy eae | Rod CAMERON battling Lawless

The injunction would end the pane tay taehnidiara enaineees Today the police nipped off the | 2 and 8.15 p.m. Wa 1. UNACOOMPANDED ye NU Re : D _C. Brathwaite | Renegades to build the Bloodiest
strike for 80 oa mH ‘aa order t re ind aivil, vietenbe-werkar cat racket, Eleven boys were ar- | McDONALD CAREY Think O Lord in Mer | Highway in the West
-or anies t ake le men back “'G ” we , etn: ‘ Pais ° ¢ | ORATORIOW—-E er from
aa tha ean tis a back Geiger counters, which detect * a and turned over to their| TA MES t “O Rest ni ae cee
rae abe aan -ray y come special Pirents. | Jesse JAMES ist: William Clairmonte ‘ “WA

During the 80 days they, with A-rays, now come in_ speci al J ; i Bia: bees See ok | ee IHE OLD TT
the Government as umpire, will models. Samples: Stpersniffer, the || IDEAL HUSBAND WENDELL COREY | BAN) “star of God" ae Eas

yse Ferret, the Snooper for uranium EMMA HOMEYER, 42, had her ee (>) “The Lord's Prayer e | 7 |
work out a settlement about those as TRAIL |
prospectors, the Cutie-pie for marriage annulled in Los Angeles . , 10. INSTRUMENTAL ITEM: Bandsman Lovell |
15 pennies. ea Pons | attar her husbasid, Cheries. 6 hod Frank JAMES | “Trumpet Concerto” —Haydn
Â¥ laboratory technicians (especially after her husband, Charles, 54, had | . | 11, CHAPMAN'S LJ NEW ORLEANS, BELLEPLAINE CHOIRS |
FLOODS AGAIN girls). heen peesrinee, ce tourdelies Anna | in - - - | “The 23rd Psalm” Chant Hopkins c with

PRESIDENT TRUMAN is flying a te a omeyer, 68—his sixth wife. “Shepherds in the Field Abiding’ (Caro
from San Francisco to Kansas DOWN GOES FOOD The last Mrs. Homeyer told the ’ | 12, CLOSING HYMN: Massed Choirs and Audience Fuzzy KN ne s LEY
City to. walk through areas of WHOLESALE FOOD PRICES court: “I thought T had the ideal AMERICA’S | AN ee ot My A. & M. 193 Near te a y KNIGHT — Ray WHITL ar
th y tte badly d i in July’s are down to a new 1951 low. The husband, but I guess } MOST “Tsk oo eee

e city badly damaged in July’s . > husband, b guess he was} IN B. FLAT MINOR
floods. ; index fell from $6.89 last week to making up to me for all the terrible | LA LESS M] ee eran playing of this final item, the audience is respectfully

But he may not be able to walk, $6.82 in the sharpest week-to- things he had done.” W pe by Bentler a an silent tribute in memory of Father Hopkins, our :
A new flood is rising in eastern week decline since July. Not since PICKING IT UP i ADMISSION BY PROGRAMME 1/-

Kansas;~and the waters threaten December 19, when it was at $6.80, RAILWAY LABOURER Duke | AMME :
to engulf the industrial districts has it beep so low Lattimore admitted at Goshen | ‘
only just beginning to recover y * 2 Indiana, today that he earned |
from the last disaster. TV FAMILY £1,000 by picking plants growing ‘ )
en ap MARGARET TRUMAN is vying along the railway lines, The
BRITI oer Sear eo a ee ae il 3 ry plants were marijuana. He was
SH “THAD S” are star. Next week she wi 9e ON charged with being in® possession |
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£4 , RUSSIA" Ve a A. Will Have Voice At Talks;
Plans Underway “> 7 {eine Canmuit Face IPAS view “lat Sanmarvation. There can be
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from such 2 dominion as Canada ing to allow Canadian and Ameri
LONDON.

which has been expressing particu- can firms to br ing machinery to

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Promising progress from original schemes and the news that > aun ot a site "Biitish Ux oe nicoly tan or

several new ideas are underway to help the Jamaica Hurri- West Indies Lack of supplies would brinj

cane Relief Fund were reported from various parts of Britain Trinidad’s Albert Gomes has the colonies’ industrialisation pro- |

this week. been particularly vigorous in his grammes to a standstill. In_mos

One of the new plans came from Lord Justice Denning, |
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criticism of British policy which cases where American and Cané
he holds responsible for the plight dian investors sought permission t
of British manufacturers today. bring machinery to the West In-|















who is asking every parish in England and Wales to make a The United Kingdom, he declayed dies, no expenditure of dollars was |
voluntary contribution of £1 or more if it can be spared to n the urse of this week's talks, involved since these investors were |
the Fund. The money will be used to help devastated vil- — © cart before fie hogs. sits to tee iaeiy owe: Sear is
lages. Instex f capital goods make the necessary purchases in
A a theatrical producers’ —-———-——-————- este rn a" ats - . : ke oa ne a tt ticular
company, H. M. Tennent Ltd., will Y ° ; pate rT) on ¢ I mé i productio ealing with re particular |
hand over the entire box office Canadian Column corals Aan and indus ilisation, Britain had problems of the West Indies, Mr. |
takings at the second nigt ) By = given ecedence to the sale of Gomes said the supply situation wl
“Relative Values,” “ hen it a Zs We “fy . S ia a capita is fe nd for a as it had emerged during that TN
v i 1s a oa manuf ¥ 1 ‘ Le? i} ae of .' 4
in London in mid-November, The or ers sk PKINAWE J , "el t a aincargy Ha yy wegen pee» — yi core PEPSODENT MIRROR
play ce settles ty: Seat Caen. : sid “ ; 2 Ni ere vy Britain fe vee the islands ee a TEST
whose house in Jan ai vas Fi =e - ie n ils ia ne ne ( as they were, an with ie ? ‘\
slightly damaged. i - or al ain ORMOSA sustai themselves because of low standard of living and rapidly :
c : short f raw materials brought creasing population, If othe



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Other reports came this week . . }
os. prans fr long term. ' id ‘o 1 0 B ] L —F — = Now occupied by US. — j ibout n “ill-considered policy”. Commonwealth countries with, in
Jamaica. The pl: aa 7 e Li e. == Now occupied a= planned to be put Malaya and Rhodesian delegate nost instances very much highe











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plans are under hats knee, in ~ on . ’
discussion by the Gover f under UNO trusteeshi have also stressed how much mor tandards of living, could com- | . \ ak
it te cottein’ that snack eee OTTAWA = by Chinese Be 4 i] could have been achieved in pro- plain so forcibly about the seriou as white as hers! eee
will be g: a as wer SNOFS help Shipments of British-made pp —{ Nationalists : { ducing the raw materials the effects of their standard of living | Fy
Food seanilie FT eeern re cars to Canada dropped aos } world is clamouring for—rubber as the result of the U.K. suppl Smil If h i !
‘ : es ee an e s sae c at vi . » .
as money. "The Cabinet vena oa in June. They totalled 2,096, \seneSe United States bases and tungsten for example, had position, then there was little need wen Spee eee ee
£250,000 it sent as fi ee gard the compared with 9.328 in June — = capital goods been available from for the B.W.I. to emphasise it carefully at your tec.) Do they sparkle
<90, sent as first aid. last year, Canadian - made Britain for development, Other case. In order to raise the stand dnd shine a they sh Id? TI Pet Le
£65,419 In Britai vehicles were 36,229, compared e e . Colonial representative have ards of living, the B.W.I. effort: and shine as they should r ihe answer
s 419 in britain aoe 41,383 oviet ‘6 te I les n spoken of the lack of machinery, were being made to promote sec is “* Yes’ when you use Pepsodent, for
rover! snt-enf ed credit ™ Jectrical } ‘ ahha wee n han + » ’
The contributions ma . ; overnmer t-enforeced credit reé hk. 4s@ a e electri upplies etc., necessary ondary industries. If, howeve Deve ied: ‘ ‘
ce tee wei cm oh : A str ictions continue to be blamed to coMnmiinications and transport BY¥itain coitd «upply the necessar Pepsodent contains Irium, the special
ita né é art or the cut in sales. ‘ t ts Jectrics > die d awe
of the country. At the moment Figures for ‘July have not vet e ° : a ‘ae . i hg RL SA lees ndiaet oe ngracions ta: Shem gay. eal Nn
£65,419 has been collected in been released, but unofficial re- ¢ 7 i 4 “ iy 5 Sy ti I : ioe thee et oni ittte’ ee od cons Sra . rs from your teeth, leaves them so much
Britain alone, and at least £27,000 ports in Ottawa indicate fur = ] a ation now icing em, Mr rome ittle chance of plans to promote
» & Z as 27, ttaws ate further . a- ‘niin ‘ . A ; : , . , » shter!
has been sent directly to the island declines. nas é ed that the K. will have industry in the islands materialis whiter, your smile so much brighter!
from private British sources. West Trade organisations and groups By R. JONES to its policy as regar( ing
Indian officials in London are sur- ©f Workers are pressing the Cana- VIENNA, Sept. 21. e





prised and delighted at the suc- ‘an Government strongly to relax

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opinion, mainly from British new opemmernan said that the matter where the Communist regimes have been forced to take \
‘3 : m “> would probably be considered »xtré linary -asures reve 7 ; aps ac y .
amine Lalléva MAC Meitain cain } sidered extraordinary measures to prevent completc collapse, ac- Cod -T °
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leading articles. A typical leader in Canada have been made idle by ,, Czechoslovakia _ has set up a- - % Iriwm is the registere ; your reeth whiter our
appeared this week in the London reduced production that has fol- “Super Ministry” headed by an . Pupsodon, Ld., Jor a ee ee
Evening News, a leading evening lowed the cut in sales economic dictator with power to 8k il ‘ gredient that gives greater

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have today received a donation finished telephone. ‘ Ly See tie, Ce Sa criminals Police said at least eight pers y ; TLL, A
’ ay é i Brantford, which is associated Tesponsible for feeding Poles sons were killed and 48 injured Ui th eee |g A la.
from one of our readers, which we with the development of tele- Rumania is using an old capi- when a London Liverpool trai e Wh Lid fy pot) SA 5c"
are sending on to the organisers phones, was allotted an extra five talist device—piece work—to stim- jumped the rails near Rugby VILL UBL
of the fund. With the cheque was minutes for the Royal call, after Ulate production and is offering A British Railways spokesmat de PEPSODENT LTD NDON, ENGLAND as
a letter which makes some pointed protests that 15 minutes was too sales commissions, another capi- said all 15 coaches and the engine
—in our view, valuable—observa- short talist ee to increase sales of un- on the train were derailed. The Sa r
tions. : wanted consumers goods engine and nine cars rolled dowr
A DRUNKOMETER—an instru- Hungary has introduced = a the embankment while others re- —
Appaiied ment which tells how drunk a “power austerity” programme due mained upright. He said the driver | G
“*As an ex-Jap P.O.W.’ says the person is, and which is claimed to to serious shortage of coal, and of the train was among the J
writer, ‘I have sat by quietly be foolproof—has been demon- Communist officials have issued jnjured.
appalled at what we aré allowing strated at the Canadian National urgent calls for more workers in Ambulances were rushed to the
our late enemies to get away with Exhibition every industrial field. scene of the accident four and
—and yet somehow we are letting The instrument shows the effect Economic failures in the satel- Gne half miles south of nearby| - |
down the Jamaicans. What a Of the victim’s breath on the col- lites are for the most part in the pHaventry after receipt of a
A ; . our of a chemical solution very fields in which these coun- , : ” @
chance to demonstrate in practical LES tries were strongest. Thus Poland “Seneral call” for help.
fashion that however hard up we ager k once a great meat export has no _ The train left Liverpool at 7.20
are we can still stump up a bob meat. Hungary and Rumania the 2;â„¢. G.M.T., today for London
ina genuihe cause. W ait For The Pound “bread basket” for centuries are The wreck occurred about 10.50 |
“Our correspondent expresses 7 short of potatoes and ration bread, *-™. G.M.T. Police made a special |
forcefully what is a widespread NEW YORK, Sept. 20 Highly industrialized Czechoslo- @ppeal for morphine for the in- |
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decent people in Britain these gmist and executive editor of the Plumbing and has not enough coal Communications with London Lightning’ fasteners
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trust, let alone active help—far, Speaking on the investment worker to leave his job or refuse the track. | Acents
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Saturday, September 22, 1951

TECHNICAL SCHOOL

THE public discussion centering around
the suggestion Techni:al School in
this island has been gathering momentum
but there is a danger that ihe diversity of
opinion might have the effect of killing the
scheme.

The one common fact which arises from
the discussion is that Barbados does need a
technical school. It has been suggested
that such a school be established independ-
ently at an estimated expenditure of
£24,000, The benefit of this suggestion is
that the technical school would draw off
the numbers of pupils who now attend the
secondary schools in the hope of securing a
certificate which would fit them for a job
superior (socially) to that of an artisan.
The result of this mistaken attitude is that
children whose abilities should long ago
have been set to some profitable employ-
ment are still struggling to grapple with
conjugations, declensions and irregular
verbs.





for a

The second suggestion is that the techni-
cal school should be attached to Comber-
mere School where there is enough space
for the erection of a wing to serve as the
classrooms for those pupils who have turn-
ed from the academic to the technical side.
This has its merits. Combermere
would seem to be a rich field for the sup-
ply of that material which would feed a
technical school. Pupils who had reached
the Third or Fourth Form would have done
enough mathematics to enable them io un-
derstand easily the technical terms of their
trades,

It would also have the further advantage
of relieving the very harmful pressure from
which that school now suffers and enable
the staff to concentrate on the proper
handling = of curriculum designed to
bridge the gap between the Elementary
School and Harrison College. It would
also help to remove the baneful effects of
the impression that Combermere is now the
“poor relation” of the College.

too,

The third suggestion is that any technical
school which is to be established in this
island should be attached to the Evening
Institute which is already functioning as
such in a minor capacity. It is argued that
the expenditure on the new technical school
would so improve the Evening Institute
that there would be no need for a further
sum to be spent on a technical school. It
has not however been claimed whether the
Institute will be able to cater to the num-
‘ber of pupils and to the same extent as a
newly established technical school.

This proposal is not without its merit.
While Combermere School would be in
position to supply the material for technical
training, the Evening Institute has the
equipment for training and the nucleus of
a staff qualified to undertake the training of
the pupils. It has already afforded train-
ing to people who would not have other-
wise had the opportunity and who by reas-
on of their ‘age would not be admitted to
the technical section of Combermere while
it has no barrier to the youthful students.
These could use the apparatus in the day
leaving the evening session for those occu-
pied during the day at their trades.

With these three suggestions before the
public mind it is possible that their respec-
tive merits might maintain so strong a
diversity of opinion that the Technical
School’ might suffer the fate of Queen's
College. When it was realised that Queen’s
College had outgrown its home and should
be given new quarters, it was suggested
that it should be carried to Weymouth next
the new Combermere. Another asked that
it be carried to Erdiston now used as a
Teachers’ Training College. The Third
was that a portion of the Government
property at the Garrison, either the Mar-
ried Women’s Quarters or Block “A” where
there would be adequate grounds for play-
ingfields and Headmistress’ quarters.

To-day Queen’s College is still in Consti-
tution.

It might be feasible for the people to say
what they want done but it is the province
of the Government to say how it is to be
done. But in this case something needs to
be done and done at once.



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BARBADOS



ADVOCATE



¢ lf war came, Yugoslavia would contract
into a porcupine that would make the
invader bleed at a thousand points?

Res

WHEN the war came to
Communists re-established
their erstwhile
deeply shocked
versations.

an end

This is apparer

At first the shock -was
the Yugoslavs call a lack of
Instead of sympathetic

In place of national leaders,

of cynical
with Russian

tion

last national inte

And looming above all was the
great, impersonal, icy, centralised
apparatus of the Soviet Adminis-
tration, responsive to no impulses
from below, and owing obedience
to nothing but the compulsions
flowing down in ever-widening
waves from the topmost reaches
of the Soviet hierarchy.

It is against this centralised
bureaucracy that the Yugoslavs
are reacting in every branch of

their national life. What will come
of it no one can foretell with any
degree of confidence. But there
san be no question of its import-
ance,

Decentralisation is now the or-
der of the day in Yugoslavia.

Breaking up bureaucracy

New laws have recently been
passed which shed considerable
ower from the Federal Govern-
ment and entrusts it to the six
Republics which make up the na-
tion.

The buildings and machinery
which were the property of the
Central Government are being
handed over to the agricultural
Co-operatives and to the local in-
dustries. These are being given
rights of independent sale and
purchase, Financial arrangements
ire under way whic will enable
them to retain a cons’aerable per-
centage of their earnings for local
*xpenditure, thus adding munici-
pal to individual incentives.

It would be a profound blunder
on our part to under-valuc the
significance of these events.

They certainly have meaning
for us, for we too have still to
work out a healthy relationship
between the State and the work-
‘rs in our nationalised undertak-
ings. The problems of a modern
bureaucracy are very much alive
amongst us whatever our political
colour.

Independence of Moscow

But there is a wider implication
in what is now taking place’ in
Yugoslavia.

It puts a question mark against
not only Yugoslavia, but also
against China. It raises the hope-
ful possibility that what is now
taking place in many parts of the
world need not necessarily mean
an automatic extension of the
Soviet power.

As other nations struggle for-
ward to independent life they
come into collision with the pre-
tensions of the Soviet authority.
The Yugoslavs are clear about
that,

They point out that their own
problems are in many ways typical
of what happens when a predom-
inantly agrarian country looks to
Russia for the machinery of mod-
ern industry and finds she cannot
get it. Low-standard countries
ean turn only to high-standard
countries, and Russia is not a high-
standard country.

The parallel of Red China

The Yugoslavs believe there sre
a number of reasons why the So-
viet Union is not the natural lead-
er of the awakening Orient.

First, the Soviet leaders are
unable to adjust their thinking
and therefore their policies to the
new situations which are arising.
They are caught in an ideological
clamp of their own making. In a
curious and ironical fashion they
are a frozen nation in a world in
ferment.

ee

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By
GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

BUTTERFIELD 8. By Johu
O'Hara, Cresset. 12s, 6d, 268
Pages
It has taken this American

novel just 16 years to cross the

Atlantic Ocean, the record slow-

motion west-to-eat literary cross-

ing of our time. No doubt it was
thought that British sensibility
needed a toughening process be-
fore it could withstand the impact

aetna bgt ers



of O’Hara’s prose, people and
story. Especially story.

Having proved by a stoic re-
sistance to recent assaults by
members of the literary strong-
arm squad that our nerves are

now up to requirements, O’Hara’s
idyll is unleashed on us, The
question is : Was it worth waiting
for?

Answer We have waited too
long. The ugly story is set in
New York’s speak-easy world
during the last feverish years of
Prohibition, That gives it a
mildly historical rather than an
acutely topical interest.

It centres on Gioria,



a degen-

erate “Society girl’, given to the
bottle, drugs and promiscuity. It
is said in her defence that she



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and the
physical contact
Soviet mentors, the

emotiona
“comradeship.”
understanding
co-operation they encountered cold trading.
on closer
ance they found that they were talking to a collec-
bureaucrats preoccupied
rests,
guised behind a facade of worn-out slogans.



Yugoslav
with
wert
all their con-

Yugoslavs
il

Tl

1, based on what
and ready

acouaint-

first and
thinly dis-



NOT) any
yee

Aneurin BEV AN mp

concludes his

if the cold war blew

Second, they are unable to sym-
pathise with the national aspir.i-
tions of the new arrivals for chese

conflict with the claims of Russian

hegemony.
Some of the Yugoslav leaders
helieve this will soon demonstrate

itself in the relations between
China and the Soviet. They insist
that this would already have
shown itself more definitely if
Western policy towards China had
taken a different line, for while the
Yugoslavs support UNO in Korea
they deprecate MacArthurism.

When we pointed out that many
of these social upheavals in the
Orient were under the leadership
of self-styled Communists who
had been trained in Moscow and
would therefore naturally look to
Russia for guidance they had the
answers ready.

They pointed out that Tito was
Russian-trained but that had not
prevented him taking his own line.

Then they asked that we should
not give too stereotyped a mean-
ing to the term Communist. The
name might stay, but the practice
would change from nation to na-
tion under the compulsions of
local circumstances.

They pointed out that the word
Liberal had by no means the same
meaning everywhere and at differ-
ent times.

Three questions spring naturally
to the minds of people in the
Western world. How dependent an
ally is Yugoslavia likely to prove?
Are we justified in sending money,
goods and arms? In the event of
war will she fight and if she
does will she give a good account
of herself?

The answer to the first is that
Yugoslavia does not look upon
herself as an ally. She is a mem-
ber of the United Nations and
accepts all the obligations that
flow from that.

Tito will not take orders

She does not wish to become
creature of Big Power politics.
all my discussions with Tito
was insistent on that point.

Nor is this difficult to under-
stand. Having moved out of the
Soviet orbit, he does not want to
move into any other.

It would undermine him with
his own people if it could be re-
presented that he was nothing but
a “kept satrap” of the West

In that case, what of the help
we are sending him? A glance at
the map will provide an obvious
answer.

It is to the interest of the West-
ern Allies that Greece should be
bordered by a frfendly power and
that the Yugoslavia Adriatic coast-
al belt should not fall into hostile
hands. To these ends a st ibilised
regime in Yugoslavia is essential.

This in its turn, means economic
help to enable the country to de-
velop its own resources without
insupportable hardship for the
people in the meantime

Yugoslavia, though now a pocr
country has considerable natural

a
In
he



was. corrupted, aged 11, by
middle-aged man, ever since when
Gloria has been slightly psychos

pathic (ample evidence provided).

Now it seems that happier
days lie ahead. A businessman
named Liggett breaks with his
wife and offers Gloria marriage
But before he can commit this
yash act, Gloria tumbles off the
deck of a coastal steamer and is
drowned.

Her story bears a_ sufficient
resemblance to the real-life drama
of a girl named Starr Faithful
who was corrupted (aged 11)
by a man who settled £4,000 on
her. Her body (aged 25) was
found on beach in Long Island
in June, 1931.

Murder or Svicide
have been either,

THE HOUSES IN BETWEEN. By
Howard Spring. Collins. 15s.
576 pgaes.

Alert and indefatigable, Spring
writes 220,000 words and in a
steady jog-trot tells the life-story
of Sarah Undridge, who lives to
be 99

First

2 Could

scene of the nove! the
opening of the Great Exhibition
of 1851 Practically every public
event. of the following 90 years

is

s



report on Yugoslavia by
examining the question :

“Would she fight
up into a hey one?”

wealth, In

iddition to her agri
culture she has coal, iron, oil, tin
ber (hard and soft), immens:
bauxite deposits, and she is build

ing power stations in order t
make aluminium
Thus there are all the requis-

4{tes for the making of a successful
modern industrial nation able t
sustain q good standard of life fo

the

Her geographical position lyin
between Europe and the Near
East gives these potentialities
critical importance for that part
of the world.

Whether her political systen
will allow of the development oi
these possibilities within a meas-
urable time only the future cai
tell. But there can be no «loubt
from the standpoint of stabilisec
peace that it is in the interests o!
all of us that she should succeed,

If Yugoslavia is invaded

Can she fight and would she
fight if the

a hot one

Of that I think there can be n<«
doubt. Her whole history gives
the answer.

Having regard to
ment she would be unlikely
want to fight in an offensive war
beyond her own frontiers except
on UNO instructions.
as my own opinion,

She is exposed to easy
sion along the plains towards
Hungary and Bulgaria, ag the
bloody history of much-occupied
Belgrade bears witness. But
further West and South the geog-

raphy tells a different story. In
that tumble of mountains and
secret narrow valleys the Yugo-!

could lock enemy

in
as the Partisans showed in

Blavs
divisions
flict,
the last war.

Her military potential therefore
consists’ not sg much in a fluid
military force that could be mobi-
lised and sent en masse against
any enemy, but rather in providing
a friendly base for us in q part of
the world where it might be de-
cisive.

At the
herself could contract into a por-
cupine, which if the invader

many
a long wasting con-

same time Yugoslavia

But it is with the social, econ-
omic and political significance of
what she has been about that
am concerned in these articles.

I went to Yogoslavia because
I felt that something had hap-
pened and would go on happening
there that might enrich our expe-
rience and open up new ways
of progress for a world which
must go on endlessly experiment-
ing.

I was
is
new

not disappointed, Yugo-
a stimulating and provo-
of dep irture.



slavie
eative point
WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S.



recorded except the Charge o
the Light Brigade (obliquely
referred to in a quotation from
Tennyson).

Spring takes his title from ar
old music-hall song, “You coul<
see the Crystal Palace if i
wasn't for the houses in between.’
You could see this novel if i

wasn't for the pages in between
SCHOOL FOR LOVE. By Olivi:

Manning. Heinemann, 10s. 6d

232 pages.

Olivia Manning
who goes her own way, pick
her own subject and handles i
in a way that owes little to imita-
tion of others.

Her Miss Bohun, who lives in
Jerusalem ‘waiting confidently for
the Day ‘of Judgment, appears
to be a monster of selfishness
and hypocrisy. She overcharges
a poor little orphan for his board
and tricks an elderly lodger out of
kis room.

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prepared an awful fate for Miss
Bohun. Olivia Manning marries
her off to the elderly Tedger who
has no illusions about her but |
Says, as if it excused everything.

Si i lonely old woman.”

(World Copyright Resreved)
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cold war blew up into

the strong
nationalist bias of her tempera-
to

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attempted to seize would make
him bleed at a thousand points.
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SATURDAY—Hats

THURSDAY—Two friends of mine got mar-

THIS GIRL WENT TO PIECES IN NEW YORK) oy vc

NOBODY'S
DIARY

UNDAY—I raised a hornet’s nest—not a
very big one, I’m glad to say—when I made}
reference to the collection which I gave in|
church. Among the very interesting facts
that came to light was an authentic case
of collection having been taken up at a
funeral. Now this is carrying a good thing
too far, in my opinion. How can you ex-

pect people whose heads are “bowed with | ?

woe” to think about bringing along col-|
lection with them.
body, like some of my friends, does not like

to put a “bow”

* * *

’

imagined last week. There was a meeting
in one of the parishes going north, and not
only was the prayer book I mentioned re-
ferred to, but the hymns as well.

“All things bright and beautiful” was not
suitable hymn because a little further
down it says something about “castle” and
“sate” and “ordered their estate.”

“Not true”, roared one speaker,

a



plantation either.

*

The choice is all yours.

* *

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j
M.P. Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. to-day. I like}
his height. He seemed to tower above all|
the people standing around when he visited
the Public Buildings. He was the second
member of his party to visit Barbados dur-|
ing the past fortnight and now that a gen-
eral election in England has been fixed for
the next five weeks, it is clear that these
Tory boys have been loading their guns
“with first hand information. We should|
reap some benefit from these visits, no|
matter who wins the election. |

* * *” |

Guiana left to-day without any shouting or
blowing of trumpets. It all seemed so quiet
to me. Some people hardly knew of their
departure, and up to now I am still wonder-
ing if these games will be broadcast.

It is true hat the biggest guns in the game
are at the moment off to assault the Aus-
tralian citadel, but there is certainly no
need for us to be so glum about a tourna-
ment which is bound to produce recruits for
the army. This is as important as any
previous tournament.

* *

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ried to-day, almost through pouring rain.
There were the usual ominous nodding and |
shaking of heads among the clder folk who
could not help repeating the age-old adages.
—*“Happy is the bride on whom the sun
shines”,—and “Rain brings unhappiness in
its train”—and other bits of wise (?) say-
ings. I know many marriages on which the
weather had—nor has—any effect what-
ever, and I hope these two fall into the |
same category. Good luck to all of you!

* * *

t an old man to-day who was | *
in hospital just a few days ago. In fact
when I heard he had gone in he was already |
back out. One of the reasons for his flying



visit was that they had no room to keep |} i

him any longer.

He had been one of two patients in a single |
bed, but even this half accommodation was}
required. When will we get a few more).
beds. You ought to be able to afford a shor‘ |
spell of sickness in peace and comfort.

* * x

off to the Water Polo}
girls (ladies first please) and boys who re- |
turn home to-day after a very successful |
invasion of the Trinidad waters. They |
bring back both trophies. of

I wish similar success to the Cricket team | |
which opens its first game to-day in British
Guiana. I am told that there will be a
commentary broadcast, but will wait and |
see what it will be like.



Britain Has A New Approach

(By ROBERT JACKSON)







dle Eastern nations which can be






surcharge of 10/- per freight suffer. I am in favour of Trade in the Island and the people is ; aa j persuaded to ioin,
ton. (HOt sible ; ; : LONDON, Sept. 20.

t ton (not subject to rebate) on Unions one hundred per cent. pro- really mot their guiding principle The Anglo - Egyptian dispute
Again all cargo shipped from the viding that they are properly run, gies , Britain is planning an “entire- threatens to become a major
* : U.K, to Barbados by vessels but was there ever a more ridic- Yours tguly ly new approach” to Egypt whioh crisis unless it is solved soon
o the Editor, the Advocate eee to sail from U.K. lous state of affairs than officers AS, it hopes will solve their Suez Egypt plans to cancel, the 1936
/ oading port on and after Ist. of the local Labour Union serving Canal Zone dispute by bringing Treaty by whic ite ;
ai ater ees a “petra : é 2201 1 5 7 . = & aty which Brita as
alin’ no peer seacieee. vil. no Saptemahes, 1951, and until on The Executive Committee ? Storm Shelters Egypt into the international stationed troops in mae aon
>s nd rcular urther notice. Problems constantly arise that re- Middle Easter: efence syste’ Canal 2 ritai hvniee?
“+ ave : oP ad 5 § Stantly s in en ) stem anal Zone, Britain has refused
The Msamiaen “West I es . quire conference between Govern- To the Editor, the Advocate. Authoritative sources reporting to leave the Canal tone unatt is

TranscAtiantic St em vr ndian BOOKER LINE LTD. ment and Union Officials, so no SIE - aval ‘ {his on Thursday said the new Treaty expires in 1956 ?

é antic Steam Ship Lines THOS. & JAS. HARRISON doubt these have taken shape in SIR,— hurricane is comparable scheme would be the st Ss Wii S 956. “
It reads as follows: oa s ave n to an unprovoked air-raid. Such a bE 1e upshot of ith the Suez Canal a vital
LTD. Barbados by Members of the visit iees requir probect ee Poa Cuetec aE Washington link to the Far East and with

cnrncue ; Hees , Executive Commit sitting be- . . e lon Off among Big Three Foreign Ste Oe . tn See :

NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ROYAL MAIL LINES LIM- fore 4 large rearor and taiking to #ir-raid shelters. These could be} ters ee Foreign Minig- the Whole of the Middle East in
Barbados B.W.1. ITED : - 7 , made under Government. super- turmoil, the dispute is no longer
4 themselves. It is hoped that ae vision with volunteer and_ prison a local one between Britain anc
Shippers are hereby informed Up goes the cost of living again aoeee and poor nee = 7 iiiae. ie “abalter cota ae aoe rs Egypt. That is why sources said
that unsatisfactory despatch because some two or three hun- Island wake up to the fact t stocked against all predictable ates pie the next approagh to Egypt will

.s Barbac d the high cost dred people have to. be appeased Political and personal power is the emergencies anee be more “international” in scope
of handl go there make regardless of what the remaining only amt m of many of our EDWARD CUNARD " oe ot the oho Zone and

neck id ete aan cane * a , ‘DWAR NARD. defence system together
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dian Workers Return Home From U.S.A.

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and three quarter miles TY . i i . . JO dd. i
of road which was planned to be Te LL i ow to ease the strain in seconds:
+9 ee pac a ae we pen ¥ MOST OF THE Barbadian workers who returned home ac
ine sus 20arc a - a - °
cian Vicatees Sane pono ‘ee ae = § * from the U.S. on Wednesday after spending approximatel) HEN cho a a ee you
present work on the remainder is x three months working with the Green Giant Company, ex 2 yd 9 od ba “P Sie Le
going on, , . | pressed regret at their having left Barbados to “try th« COE Sayers. oe Ce TOUR) Gtneg te HM Sm ¥@

Meanw hile 50, two-room three- ® American scheme”. etrain SENET See Mstive ae ) TH] ve 7
on a Sean ee eee aE It was surely tough; just a the U.S . ther ber, it fa this serain-on the system which ~ > Al
eing built there. a soon matter of working for working “’® \->» “ne aa. or eer constitutes the biggest danger from ~
be finished. Every week three o1 sake.” twadee tha Seorkers ; do no better he said. S&S ;
four houses are removed from ce an were yee Pie sais ait «Sundays they had to work whi Asthma !
various congested areas to this bn i ' oot eee adc a = they only worked two days 1 Ephazone contains several healing
ou > called a vacs r the : ~
oo . : Baj a eae. ot "ae ae ae some weeks | agents which dissolve the strangling,
pam DOESEAEY, OF. POR pe we had stayed in Barbados we &. worker, employed with + germ-laden accumulations in the
Board said yesterday that the : . a} BFOadCs, same company, who also broke + Bias ct ' : 74 ' 3
question of ‘drainage is being we have done a lot better.’ He sce alisinin @reet reaped peas it bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing,
worked on steadily and much im- —" t he could have made much Wisconsin, said that he met con The Ephazone treatment is so simple too! Nothing to inject,
Sree “—_ ee Om ‘me tha anes a nis ners robe ditions much better at Wisconsi nothing to inhale, No matter,how swiftly or unexpectedly the
pc pat feld ee ee : hat ae : nee a R - “ a zat than he did at Illinois. “Yet it wi attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone,
ig ago ge slips th’ three cinhess “an tough", he said For rapid relief from Asthma, FPronchitis and Bronchial Catarth,
He said that as soon as the slips with three ciphers on ite mulch tht ‘ reads have been constructed at -one cipher representing ee . Fe ed a always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!
the Pine, more houses will be ollars and the other two repre- Pe@S crop was fairly good,’ bu
built there. The total length in ent ng cent Pay day tant a bie, TSRRDRETS NON CBFEIEO RWAY: met
) re. . é senting cents. Pay days ci > at the 7
roads that will be built at the nd of every two weeks and a the static ms earn for hh FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
oe y F : eihihieds , iAsiate ae . for Mansportation he spoke of wa
ag =e a nap Agr Se ee peg! a si “an for som Jamaica to the U.S
1 a on sige: neha. - “er & | ae ie w ine a ae / eo They were told before leavin: ‘
. ed os nr or ae contour as e ne sie Seer eee ao Barbados, he said, that the
rockine ss 0 e land, THES! 1g cut no feat, for this three wheel car - :* ieee tag ~ aN eee wee would have to nay $45, American Sold by all regis.ered chemists. !f any difficulty, write to:
_ Convenient Road ee a ; only v s 340 pow I Mr. A. E. Taylor's Bond Minicar De ‘sockets. Some workers landed at CUFFency, for such transports * A. S. BRYDEN & SONS LTD., ‘
The Boalt "Hae ane eee 1 hree-W heeled Car Luxe wh j »t down from England. As this make can Seawell without e cent: et cas tion, but after they got to ’ P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown.
me “ity ane ioe Ho apquiep les a & a 7 travel at 53 mi n hour ané give 85 miles to the gallon, he believes =~ Another bone of c ahaa es America, they were told o a
South of the Pine Housing Scheme Goes On City Streets sr my vit soo ty sold ter wnt tneamerican cmmninger ag AMotNEE§7858, American eu
to re “ans ap ees u ae . P re id ioe ¢ ‘er — ; " rency, that they would have ha:
Collyn ea Re sk Road Salant ot Mr. A. E. Taylor’s guossy, 7 s Te aie 7h he taesbendtun — to pay for transport*tion. Ph
the rei ide nts of “the district “ream coloured, Bond Minicar i an rovl Cc fore they left for the U S. a Wor k mosey. wee taken out ot thes i iach intial
cross the narrow pathway which De Luxe which he got, down - bash , . x was not as plentif . as they earnings piecemeal. ‘Some o <2 SS SSS SSE
has been formed along where the from England recently went on N - ~ preached ” ine wees s Lid “be us came back to Barbados sti: |) 1 4%
‘ fog ie along , the road forthe first time yester- { a XO) r am me ‘ AP 20 said, “be- Gilne ixatentetation dues". ht
Housing Board would build the Need ro Sergeant € Ne) A Ss oO r aS cause some days we were left in dota Mite Ween Wwohheriie wlteths kt \ ‘ BROAD ST.
read to £e. in Upper Collymore 4aY and a: the three-wheeled car the Camp yard to idle.” He said e © was w B
ete aA ta sid re glide ywn Broad Street, every- Se ee Gt p> ow or not they would still have & - i is
Rock and if a road is built there 8!ided down Broad ’ that they did not get the mo u
S cre lg . ack 2 7 D ney aw |
it would be convenient for trattic, body was craning. biseneck to sec Says Ablack they expected while the focd and. Daw ene dues, \
The Board has given permission it- Not more per a strong man . ee a eke winaas i . r The worker showed a pay slij_})) ALARM CL K
‘ “E »SS > . > gets 1 f conc 8 were far from be- ic st
for the running of a bus service C@M press into the air if he get , . N i wr Toe a oe cs we st " _ on which his earnings were $75 { 5
through this area and this road Under it, this three-wheel ca I HE ¢ )PINION that British West Indians themselves could ing up to a high standard. or two weeks, and after de
would prevent a a ringer ua ee ae one 2 ily Supply an abundance of material for first-class programmes Contract Ends tions, he had got 17 cents $11. { In Nickel and coloured cases—with and without
a mile detour for the buses where ** : m ' .

was expressed by Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Broadcasting Officer were taken out as compulcor

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there are no houses, y acta Yor - rh miniigesn) 4 . n iam otis The workers saig that they came savings five er cent of the | tt
mera hig tae te ith. vith ms sting i ona chaise plugin Ni a gost os back to Barbados on expir.udi or eprrings was gedudted for Gov- |)))
a distance wWath,,wifhout getting ineir contract, but they wou. ernment tax and the other part o! || S RO $3 3 $ 0 E C }
tired. Maybe ‘it. is because it is Mr. Ablack, whose cricket com= hardly have been induced i cap Pcp aaa ® nue ling |{\ PRICE F M , 7 To 4. 5 A H.
a Di a so easily lifted about that it has mentaries and other broadcasts x ae ae ee F , oy te
ourns oh sata Wiehe a , : in the U.S. any longer excep: Another of his pay checks wa
ode not got a reverse gear. All the from England have made him a * shea Ne A ’ ane : . Big Values which cannot be repeated
‘ : Bs v driver needs do is get out, lift it well-known pe rsonality to thous- was clear tot 1em that they woulu °%34.25 and he received no cash | } g é § é peatec
Consideration from the back and twist it in ands" of West Indians, is visiting 7 se to some place hands, At the end of one tw
whichever direction he wants it. ae yo ha Oe of talks th Se dates a better than wae he a $140 and wi ii} ?
url» eae It is alow.car and the sides are vith Mr rilip ewitt-Myring ose ois anc isconsin, paid, in cash, $34.22 ) E
Of Will Petition . haan © 43 > . Public Relations Adviser to the ‘We did not even know that : ( New Shipment of the evcr
just sides” without ‘doors. ous Comptroller for Development and I back } Boarding { . P.
‘hi | Tr 5 for i vel > anc we were being sen ack Ay Si ar

THE Honourable the Chief oy ae eee a wr Welfare in the West Indies, and : padi ‘ aids i tees caren Some mornings we left th. |}\) opular
Judge, Sir Allan Collyngore, at canta Stun with all rc ae = Mr. Henry Straker, the Broadcast- 1s when the corn crop was ©#mp at 4 a.m. and never got ba : E y
the Court of Ordinary yesterday yg, Taylor says, there will not be ing Officer in the Western Carib- finished, and when we were “Ui after midnight”, he said. “The ||} OPTIMUS
adjourned consideration of grant- “""" ~* ey pec a bean, who will arrive in Barbados look aa i hae oe . / days that we were idie, money wa SS |

“ any rattling of doors at any time. N ; ooking for a transfer, we were }) ;
ing the petition of Eldica Alleyne on Monday tofa that we were going back Bul taken out for boarding {
of Arthur Seat, St. Thomas, widow, And the man who will have . } .” = Yee { feel the Government shoul
W.L. Progr: an 1ome, Ny
to the estate of her husband the privilege (Mr. Taylor will . Frogramimes A worker, who was “snap look into the matter and iK LANTERNS

-njé 2n s < aS te nin @2 lage as he tc 2s , as sné 5 has ’ Ghee ric
Benjamin Aller . al id Known Bi tell y ru it isa privile ge au he told Mr. Ablack and Mr Straker ping corn with the Iowa %°™ action thi worker id .

Benjamin Samuel, whose Wu! the Advocate reporter yesterday) have been seconded from the BBC Division of the Green Giant “Imagine my getting off the plan
ate ¢ ar WE € , ST acon a € 5 y ‘ vit .

: dm tt ase a ann ommniene is Mowbri * isti ea tle, pr to produce programmes suitable Company at Lanark, Illinois, ' Barbados and having to borr: Solidly constructed and
aamittec Oo probate 1 co M2 is Mowbray Austin, a little, un- for broadc: g dt . . shee . : ca a ** a dollar to get me home by tax : - Say pe ah Pr
form in the Court of O:dinary assuming .man who has been foe: beawies nating d uring ths periods iid that he and his fellow Ra cela ee : , handsome ly finished in
here. handling cars now~for 17 years Chavvericante 14 sae thete ea teen, campers were usually awakened He : f tl inion th " Nickel Plate

rr . ae Ge nt aghar x F nt ! > - agree- } > St nl 2 e so he opinio at th

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in- When it is being started, ‘it Mahi Wath the envinian PO ai baw ae a on a Saba vA anf _ Tutt eda nten
strucied by Mr. Lindsay E_ R, gives a sound like a motor cycle. cial broadcasting com 2s; dur nc sometimes when three hours aah } . , rm? 1 ‘ ‘

t 1 by; y £, ‘ sas ke ¢ ) é adeasting companies; dur- +s has eahhet rope sparati The accom se Li S give { + J 200 ¢ ‘

Gill, Solicitor, of the firm of A mechanic from McEnearney ina itey (o. Bsrbeeee ee passed, they had not yet gone to ervyer govr ae see. | i i com These Lamps give a beautiful soft light, 200 and 300
Cottle Catford & Co., appeared & Co, Ltd. said he has driven one a . Ablack is expected to have some work. Finally two or three but at Ilinois the yorker had to} Candle Power, and are simple and easy to use.
for Eldica Alleyne. ’ many times in British Guiana KEN. ABLACK discussions on this point with the Patches of the men were used sleep huddled together. in srnall

The Honourable the Chief Judge and there is mo danger of its local authorities concerned ind the others were left to idle, *'°®P 5 yds
also allowed the re-sealing of two turning over. . m vom In reply to the question as to Some fortnights, some of the SP eaees . ‘ ; in \ $26.96 AND $28.63 EACH.
rills r . aie 5 s 5 ’ ‘. whe sat sere are ans ¢ . " $89 « : . ‘ - 7 a vas most i oy fe t
wills, The overall ; length Is ¢ ight Open Cily Sile hether tt ere are plans afoot for me n got $89 and still got a blank seid: Gfaw the taot that the latrine

x ‘ . feet eight inches, width four feet - the development of broadcasting pay slip when deductions were , ‘ Spare Parts always in Stock
One was of John Randal Phillips coven inches, height, three feet, ae. , in the West Indies, Mr. Ablack made. “If we were sick, we had 2! the Ilinois camp Lanard spare Farts always in Stoc
late of Belmont, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, proved in Supreme Court clearance ‘of five and a_ half Mr, Straker and himself were try- wise, it would be recordad ahi sv the workers det ed going into}
of Trinidad and Tobago on 12th inches, THE open site at Prince William ing their best to do hefusdd in WOnEN he teeta by them. His last observation wa za ”
May, 1951, by Charles Christie “A: ‘ty suspehsion, the coil Henty Street, which many hawke fect ‘athe a ep " wee mae. that he had to pay car hire from JONES SEWING MACHINES
Phillips and John rene spring is on front mounting, with would like to be turned into a ay Seas a oe ee be Ten-Hour Day Seawell to his home while ‘tran .
hi ‘ . »xecutors lame = ye chock aha a r . ssetable . ; now serving * ans Ste ‘ é . as . rote
I hillip the execultc Y © friction s/h k absorber. The vegetable market, is n Ww ervin ’ central broadcasting station for He oxpl sd the ti 5h portation to Seawell was footed ii! mn ; ( Ss i i
therein. . transmission is by chain to front the purpose of a car park, The Ea Want PRGIAe Erk: tobe, xplained that the contract for them when they were leaving Second to none in performance but they cost less than

Messrs, Cottle Catford & Co. wheel sprocket. The rear wheels site ha ot been officially made Abl k " : thi e he PDO EMT: gat lat they should work ten for the U.S. “Why is that git } I bl Yi
Solicitors appeared for the are mounted on separate stub q parking area and it still aia seein Taher neurs per day and some days they | asked any other make of comparable efficiency.
executors, axles, so as ; to give differential offered fo ale M ae .. culties involved in such a project y ad made to work for over 12 BUY A “JONES” AND SEW AND SAVE

The other Will was Conrade effect when cornering. a Mr, Archer MacKenzie, who is Te waenidi in dee enGubekthe for. Cmte He remembered an oc-
ene | OLRSr iat Ma oe Ta For controls there is a Spring g¢ g the land, told the Advocate ,.6 West Indies themselves to de- “Sion when the field foreman, ‘ , .

Bismark Frank in's ate ns aed steering wheel A gear ch ; , can offer it t® eide whether they felt that a cen- ‘iter they had worked for about Hand Model with Wood Cover $99.16
mont, Port-of-Spain, rimidad, jever is mounted on the dash- cha £3 a square foot. tra] broadcasting station would 12 hours breaking gorn, told the
Gentleman, deceased, proved in ard’ The footbrake, clutch and } + ta bak” ahraeitess , ; Central Bebbin Treadle Model D Head Stand

are Sais f Trinidad board. 1€ ws ial yle are 10,600 square 5e of real advantage to them or lorry driver to take them to an entra ebbin Treadle Model on Drop Head Stan
the pees sie Fy penance aceelerntor eee Pere oe and the price would be Perens i gan would prefer other field to break a load of corn | $163 52

& , normé Sté y peng us 31.8 to maintain its ov rganizat The er g . . wa

1950, by the Public Trustee of ajjy operated ‘rom the driving ; - ecniiile ieee > Nara sia e aint ates = ate See
? } ~ nae i < 7 > ; he 7 - ery « ) , ) )} anc > 2 = | thie adi
trinidad the executor named seat, bee - Mr MacKenzie ala that me opportunities for co-operation be- fused to cect The sevenaitihie 7 q
therein The body and frame are cOM~ yhrice is too high for Government jween individual West Indian sta- \.. ake ;

Messrs. Hutchinscn & Banfield. pined into an extremely light t¢ purchase it for the purpose of tions either by direct hook-up o1 wa that the foreman told the 4 4% Hardware Store
Solicitors, appeared for the structure of pleasing lines, con- 2 oar park “After buying the land py interchange of recorded mate- driver not to leave the field for N - TEL 2364
executor structed on the stressed skin te purchaser would have to rial. camp until 8 p.m. It was only .

The following wills were principle of aluminum alloy and spend about £60,000 erecting a after they reached camp that they 14 Bo ss Bi hed es Pea ia ald
admitted to probate. steel. es os oer caus, one building. They are very few W.L. Company got something to eat. states eee a eee

and squab. .on- spring cages, UP- eopnle in Barbados who could “We had no one in America to nw

Joseph Whitfield Callender, St. holstered in green afford t that.” The choice of organization lay represent us and that is why they BHEeaeas & Bes a
Phillip; Susan Wilhelmina Scantle- Ample accommodation a ae oh ha vais Belgrave, said with the West Indian governments. took advantage of us”, the pe = a

ury, St. Michael; Charles Gale, vided at the rear of the seat back hope the Government would The BBC has already expressed gatd. “However, the manager of Just Arriceds
Christ Church; Henrietta Black- and though normally yo Aaa a possible to buy the spot 1'S Willingness to do everything that division learnt of the incident
an, ee dy aan a Sa: eee oe i fo the purpose of a market, It ne The hear ae he said, and told the foreman tha ; | FRESH SHIPMENT OF a
Christopher Ezekie aadie, . two In . ’ a ld be very convenient for us i Pre Lee he was wrong. The following ,
: ; r = 7 ¢ ~y others can sit would be ver} V The appointment of Mr. Straker as W 1g. 1e following day >» 7 ’ Te!
Lucy; and Francis Jane Sobers, taken down, a few 0 acih ” . ¢ a ents they f hed work ¢ fi é I URINA
’ > i waer® as Broadcasting Officer in the y finished work at 9 a.m. ana a ‘ a
also of St. Lucy. behind. ae . nf were not on their way from the
acute arises getiatisANACO Western Caribbean and his own } a} 1 the
appointment in a similar capacity ‘eld before 2 p.m. When they O
ann e pI } a a
e ; r . in the Eastern Caribbean gave 80t to camp, their meals were | ‘ 7 — 9 4
Landslides Make Havoc Of fier coin iss fy a ea SCHICK FEEDERS
c A practical support o 1e B.B sked abou 1e meals they go
- Mr, Ablack said that he was no ct Lanark, he said that the food | ° a a
, ese
. 4 stranger to sJarbados where he was nothing to be compared with HORNIMAN S d * *
J 7 ro ie & pee eee fees. . nm alled the food they were accustomed to tH. Jason Jones & Co., Lt .— Distributors.
- AN ‘ that he served under Sir, George yet in Barbados, In the morning TEA .
they Were respectively Sargeant *h€Y Sot a cup of ‘coffee, a cup of | SuenBBBEBEEEE &
edt) TE vas also due.to 53 inches fell foo much rain and Lieut in the Home Guards for Mik and two eggs. Many time

Some planters scoff at the idea coats JADE. nis Was als \ at Turner Hall may effect the Downing Street, Whitehall, Lon- ier had to throw away the eggs COPPA EAPO REE AAEM AMR
of planting trees to prevent land- lanc slides. . ame over it crop as the area is somewhat don heir next meal was a little rice, | (%65499945%5444446494494G6900% Us x
landslides in St. Andrew during was te rh ef ‘a fell in this area each month until four slices of bread and hard meat, % eCIa rice on y | % ’ > “ ,
the past two months and there I was cutting it up T cy gave 4 , thane r cs wild be good for DECREE ISI They got that meal sometimes at:s} f % | So Many Poople Prefer ... %
has been the suggestion bi i ee ae oe a eka - re N one o'clock and sometimes at two % M¢ YRS ss | x

‘ees are . » landslide f urner a sre are vt ne ca or am 4 ‘ . ‘, sis ,
are ee oie a 7 the acres in woods and some of the Spri P isions In the Court for Divorce and ~ am ae ae eee from 1 he * ~ y 9 x
ree o ist hoa érahe™: Have > OW wn Spring Prov Matrimonial Causes, The Hop- Wr, they go re, pees; & CUD © 21% .
landslides. trees have been thrown «cd pring Matrimonia uses, € Op. , = t . , . an ‘ % <3

Anan across the roads. Owing to the a ward to Spring pro- ourable the Chief Judge pronounc- © coffee and four slices of bread. 's ( HOC OLATY SARS * %

Mr, Inghram of Turners Hall same landslide agent, four of hi ee h he : ‘4 Of warns were ed decree nisi in the suit of H, C Worked Sundays ¥ f 4 ‘ * . y
and Swan's of the Scotland Dis- cart, roads are impassable. ; vi pine a Sas of the usual Chase, petitioner and I, K. Chase, “Most of the workers returning x * % - $
trict. St. Andrew, said o at press af aes ae his _ I unt 20. Thi because the re re ; with me could hardly pay car hire ¥& Six cents each * ¥% Y 4 $
five feet in diameter have been crop is year WwW oo ; ae ie ng provision r 5 ] 3arrow, instructed from Seawell to their homes,” the 2 |e A .

ac lac — ny big crop pu Inting, } . * ’ " x
thrown down due to landslides at as good as ne ye a i oe ay ee ae ind. Gorn was planted by Messrs. Hayne; & Griffith, “Lanark” worker said. He had 8 MOIRS BARS % $ }
ton eae Pe a tihe wee that aren a 2 ‘ar this ; en instead of the other 10 acres ™ va at appeared for \H. aon Oren ene Pinay. BOO 8 : P. int Patti % 1% YY %
ew years ago a mango 2e was at é > ‘ PA ae Chase irt ¢ a vest vhile he was i eppermin i > >
brought on his land from another Last year over the same perioc @ On Page 8 ¥ ta } | a shirt and a vest while he was in % Pp aa fe. aie * g ¥

a? rE PIO ; os ve. . X | >
. Buddies fic. + % %
“> ; ‘
* ‘ . 7 OY ‘ y, a Pineapple be. x12 ) »
: esi MoUs ™m | § Pineapple be. PR
4 3 I AMOL THE WORLD OVER ¥ F Plain Chocolate be. ‘ x
ae = 2 fa Th M in k ! Bordeaux 60,25 e
+ 7 .

e Cth O + . Nut Milk be. 31% {: RISP

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OWS dE a2] . R |: \ A | | ® Milk Chocolate fe. ., & e ~

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van .

SHIRTS | TIES & PYJAMAS WALIT Y : g . ae & q

' t Q 8 NEILSONS BARS 3 8 $
: x) .

. Yo Nut Rolls 2% CREAMY x

‘

, wR (in bars) 12¢. each % $ ° x

Rosebuds % $ =

‘ ToT) . oO * .s 9. Ri ¢ e e .
CONSULATE SHIRTS with 2 separate z I2c, , StS ay ° 1° mR sy a
: »rsey Mi . > © Ous

collars, each . Ukscplineaiessndsves seats aE — WE NOW OFFER — Jersey Milk ‘ % 8 Whe J re Simply Delic a pate

u $ Jersey Nut Milk x1 s

WHITE with attached collars : taine the 5 12¢ XR $
: » « onza Mixture Bisma-Rex S 2c. 21S vy d y : il ry : ~

a eT ere ¢; VE c ee em et Glycerin & Thymol Co % 12¢ % % N. B. Diabetics can enjoy Craw ford's Cream x

A soug ixture 6 yal 2 eur. a x Y . . ; ffec »

GREY, BLUE, CREAM, with 2 separ- Chien oo ota Blood Purifier x Sultana % % Crackers without fear of any ill effects. %
ute collars. Each... $9.66 SHEPHERD ae = Cream of a a % siti ‘nin, Ize. » & 3 3

; i ‘o iver Oil Emulsion a»lets |x Malted Mi oi — . 2 x

WHITE SPORT SHIRTS with short as ‘ ~ . ie =. a ee % ASK FOR: :
sleeves. Each $6.65 < Co Ltd CHILDREN’S WORM SYRUP \$ Cherry Cream X | % ; ° %

° y ‘ , 7 *

CONSULATE PYJAMAS, Plain colours ’ e Ie. 8 CRAWFORD’S :
Pia ° .

s_.9 e we . @ a . x Tp — . eo ~~

Suit $11.55 & $10.99 10-13 Broad St. 8 hae i: BRUCE WEATHERHEAD & & ~
$10.27 3 KNIGHTS «DRUG STORES | ise 91% CREAM CRACKERS j}

Striped $13.93 & $10.27 % aU \ b Jb % 1s L [) = Head of Broad Street Bi 4 LAL 4 Sy

ms saiig! ? $1 91% ‘

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if you suffer from Rheumatism, Sciati-
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vousness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Circles
under Eyes, frequent Headaches ar“

Colds, Poor Energy and Appetite, Puffy

Ankles, Burning, Smarting Passages

or have frequently to Get up Nights,

go to your chemist today for Cystex
and be fit and well next week.

Cystex Helps Nature 3 Ways

The Cystex treatment is highly scien-

‘ific, belnw specially compounded to

soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick

kidneys and bladder and to remove
acids and poisons from your system
safely, quickly and surely, yet contains
no harsh, harmful or dangerous drugs

Cystex works in these 3 ways to end

your troubles:—

(1) Starts killing the germs which are
attacking your Kidneys, Bladder
and urinary system in two hours,
yet is absolutely harmless to human
tissue.

(2) Gets rid of health destroying,
deadly poisonous acids with which
your system has become saturated.

(2) Strengthens and reinvigorates the
kidneys, protects you from the rav-
ages of disease-attack on the deli-
cate filter organism, and stimulates
entire system.

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“T have suffered for five years with Kidney
and Bladder trouble, also Rheumatic pains
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arms and spent nine weeks in @ hospital.
They said I would not be able to work, but
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:

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SEAL RUM (14 Pts) 108 #8

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cruises continually at high
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THREATEN My
JERR AGAIN J

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER





99

1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

Sirths ae
ancements r
arge is $3.00 tor
up to 50 and 6 ce
additional word Term 8 cash
Setieoats 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death)
Notlees only after 4 p.m |

age er
Carib c

nur

per word for each

alltr

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announcements
Deaths,
Memoviam

charge for
Marriages,
edgeme: ts, and
$} 3 on week-day ¢
F any number o! words up to 50,
3 cent per wore ¢ days
4 cents per word cn Sundays for
additional word

=e



n notices is!
and!
and
each

weel





SKEENE—Sacred
Eustace F
on September
He sleeps
No mortal
No pai§
Ca
Lover

the
Skeene who
22, 1950
in Jesus
strife
no grief
ach our

to ot

asleep

memory
fell

sacred rest

invades his breast,
no woe, nor care

loved one there

22.9.51—I1n



WANTED
MISCELL:

COPPERS
about 6 ft







FOUS

Racking Coppers
M. Simpson
16.9 51

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Two
diameter

D
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w ANTED

ro RE NT
For extended period furnished
Three bedrooms, modern conve-
nience attractive area Julian Garrett
Phone 20 and 8564 20.9.51—6n
————
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE B
naval officer and wife, from
October for some months A really
well furnished house with garden, near
3olf Course for preference Eastley,
Lord's Castle 21.9.51—3n

ve (1) PP.OP ERTIES for awaiting
to 2.500, |



HOUSE
house









retired
middle






pure cha ers ranging from £500
Come in and list your property with!
The Ebony Realty and Commission
Agency Clement S. Jarvis Auctioneer,
Marhill Street, Dial 5001

22

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

TO MARINERS
One Dan buoy with flag
mark has been placed in posi-
tion latitude 13° 3’ north longi-
tude 59 28’ west. Explosive
charges will be fired in the vicin-
ity of this buoy during daylight
hours for seismographic obser-
vations. Shipping is warned to
keep clear. This notice cancels
7 notice of 5th September,
51.



NOTICE
top

21.9.51—2n.

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
AND TRANSPORT

Vacant Post of Assistant |

Engineer

Applications are invited by the |
Government of Barbados for whe |
post of Assistant Engineer, De-
partment of Highways and Trans-
port.

The post is pensionable and the
salary will bein the Scale of!
$1.728x72—2 160x96 —3,024x144— i
3,456 per annum, A commencing
salary above the minimum may be |
paid to the candidate selected if
qualifica- |

his experience and or
tions warrant it.

2. Appointment will be on pro-
bation for two years in the first
instance

IN MEMORIAM ;

]
Ergagement

the}
ber of words |

Phone 2508, 96

of}
Acknowl-|

and $1.80 on Sundays}

& In other respects the appoint-'
ment will be subject to the Colon-}

ial Regulations and the local Civil
Service Regulations and Instruc-
tions. Passage expenses not ex-
ceeding $1,440 will be payable on
first appointment.

The duties attaching to the
post are to assist with all works
of maintenance and construction
of the highways and bridges of the
Department, the technical, admin-
istrative, financial and disciplinary
control of the department; also



to perform such other duties as the)

Director may require from time to

; teas

time
5. Candidates should possess a
Diploma or a Degree exempting |



from Sections A and B of the As-
sociate Membership
of the institution of Civil Engin-
eers with at least two (2) years
post graduate experience or
engineering and surveying.

6. The successful candidate will
be required to keep a motor vehi-
cle for use in the performance of
his duties. A Travelling Allow-
ance will be paid on an annual
mileage in accordance with the
provisions of the Travelling Al-|
vee Regulations

The successful candidate
be required to pass a medical ex-
amination. He may also be re-
quired to serve and reside any-

where in the Colony at the Gov-
enue discretion,

8. Applications should be sub-
mitted to the Colonial Secretary
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, _
reach him not later than the 25th
of September, 1951 \

9. Certified copies and not orig-
inals of testimonials should be
submitted,

Kill those throbbing pains in
your muscles at once ! 7
Sloan's Liniment lightly—

sna

e\\enN

You don't rub in “Sloan's” you dab it
on the affected part geatly—“' Sloan’s"*
does the rest! Good for
aches and pains and stiff i
joints too!

LOOK FOR THE
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WE ARE BUYERS

We buy anything connec*:d with
STAMPS, eets, Singlke Stamps
Collect " Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the |
CARIBBEAN ST*MP SOCIETY
3rd floor, , Swan St '







No.



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TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

WATER PISTOLS

a
JOHNSON’S
STATIONERY

Cheap TEA CUP!





§ and SAUCERS ;
AT ;

JOHNSON’S i
HARDWARE §

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FOR
Mininium
cents Sut™days %4 words — over %4

surds 3 cents a@ word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;

SALE









AUTOMOTIVE
CAR-—Aust AW lvearly two years
old. Phone 21.9.51--2n

Le
CAR+Austin 10 H.-P. M-1894 good
condition. Apply: W. McPherson, Tudor
Bridge, St Michael 21.9.51—3n





CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres
Phone 8675 19.9.51—t.f.n.
_—_———

CAR—Morris 8 in good condition
Dial 2582 21.9.51—2n.
ee

nae 9 Sports, just overhauled

sprayed Mileage 25,000 No
onable offer refused. Contact George
Nehaul, Public Works. Tel. 4389 or
Cole & Co 22.9. 51—2n
-_—_—_———

CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good
tyres. Reasonable price Apply: Cos-
mcpolitan Garage, Magazine Lane Dial
S#1S or 8291 22.9 51—3n

sarineieeasienpenissteysiitisscccineniiseiste
1947 model fluid drive Dodge
Condition perfect tyres as new.
Price reasonable. Can be seen at Sily
Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4225
J, Jackman 19.9.51—6n



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CAR
Sedan





eee aeanetennns
OTO ENGINE for. Biqycile.
qarage. Dial 4616

20.9.51—3n





Cc RC ISLEY
A Te



REFRIGERATOR
ft. $995.00. Dial
Garage 19.9.51

US
Courtesy



EE weSttanteneseitimn
ONE TRANSMITTER — 6L6 Osc 807
Final 40 watts, good condition, complete
with Microphone and Antenna Tuner

Lashleys Limited 20 Swan Street
21.9.51—3n





STOVES,
Oven and
are now offered at
Suitable for

Bungalows. John

SMALL
Eienents,

with 2 Heating

Warming Drawer

4 special price. Very

furnishing Flats or
F. Hutson Ltd

22.9.51—2n



POULTRY



PIGEONS—3 pairs 00d quality, white
kings Pr. Maynard, Porters,
James Dial 2319 22.9.51

LIVESTOCK





GOATS—Milch Goats and Kids
Mrs. 8. Mayhew,

22.9.51—2n





PUPP¥ES—Half Bred Labrador Pup-

pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W.
Wiles, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation Gap,
St. Michael. Phone 2784 20 .9.51—3n

‘ici ienctabseapctetighiciiaaemimiibplaaaitene
MECHANICAL

BICYCLE—One
Speed
L. E

‘1) Gent's roadster 3
running order
Hill,

perfect
Miller,

Apply
St. James
22.9.51—1n
VC

MISCELLANEOUS

BED TICKING
cesign

Orange

Beautiful
different

$1.25
Street

Striped
51” /52
at

five

in

shades

per yard
Dial 4715.
22.9, 51—1n

at
Swan



CRiC KETERS WOOLLEN SOx at 60e

per pair Broadway Dress Shop
21.9.51
-~

COTTON

grey and

THREAD in Khaki, Brown,
Black 200 iyards $1.10 dozen
reels, 500 yards $2.28 dozen reels
Broadway Dress Shop 21.9,51—3n.
eee
“FRICO"” Wholemilk Powder made in
Holland from. milk of the world
famed Frisian Cows is now available

as follows — 5ib. tins @ $4.54 each
and 1b, tins @ $1.09 each. If un-
obtainable at your grocer you may
contact The Barbados Co-Operative

Cotton Factory, Ltd., Local Agents,
16.9.51—3n,



HAMS—New Ha
$1.29 per Tb.

Cole & Co

Best Quality
Dial 3435 or 4232 s
Ltd., Roebuck Street

22.9.51



2n





LIPTON'S LEA-—All teas are good
teas but some teas are better than other
If you want the best tea that
commands the largest sale in the world
as stated on every package, and which
has never been challenged, then bu
LIPTON'S TEA. Save that part of the
label indicating the weight and exchange







them for valuable gift premiums from
Jchn F. Hutson Ltd.—Agents
22.9.51—2n
NOXZEMA Skin Cream Greaseless
Medicated Red, Rough, Hands look
Softer—whiter, Get a trial Jar for 32
cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd
20.9.51—3n





MARINE ENGINE 10 HW
c/o B.T.C, Paddock
22.9.51—3n.

ONE BRIT.
Apply K. Corbin,

SPECIAL

SEBDS—A large variety of Fresh
Vegetable Seeds sale at Collin’s
Drug Store 21.9,.51—3n.

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents SuNdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;

HOUSES

CHANDOS— 2nd Ave., Belleville. Fur-
nished Garage Phone 3450 or 3026
22.9.51—3n

on















CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht snd Aquatic Clubs. All
modern conveniences. Apply on premises.

3.8.51—t.f.n.





THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence.
| Fully furnished. Dial 8357.
147 51.—t fn.



SUB-LET FOR OCTOBER
BELAIR—Gibbs Beach. Fully furn-
ished Refrigerator, 3 bedrooms. Phone
4644 from 8 to 4 and 8618 afterwards
20.9.51—3n,

Lost & FOUND















St
a 2. an
__
\ 5. Apply:
I s Fitz Village, St. James.
'
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charge week 72 cents and

j
'

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PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.59 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays,



REAL ESTATE

HOUSE Board and shingled House,
size 36 x 14 ft, Apply Four Square
Factory, Manager, or Dial 2442

16.9.51—6n

-_—_——
MODERN BUNGALOW~—On bathing

beach, 3 bedrooms and all conveniences
‘ Large plot of land. Apply in first place
dizect to owner to—Box RC. C/o
Advocate Co 20.9.51—Sn

e

ONE PITCH PINE HOUSE 22 x 12,
feet high. Any reasonable offer will
net be refused. When bought it will
have to be removed. Situated at Wave!
Avenue. Apply to O. Johnson, Wavel!
Avenue, Black Rock, St. Michael

22.9.5)

9

In



ONE BOARD AND SHINGLE HOUSE
with Shop attached. Built with pine
muterial in good condition. Tweedside
Road At present occupied Joseph St
Hill. Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd

22.9.51



2n



If you are interested in buying or
se'ling a property, oR ene or a spot
of land, you should ge in touch with
D'Arcy A. Scott, Real Estate Agent and
Auctioneer of Magazine Lane Prompt
attention is given to any business placed
in my hands regardless of size. If you
tie buying | have an extensive list from
which yau can make your selection, in-
cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hill
near Girls' School, and several spots at
Mexwell and Belmont Road For any-
thing in Real Estate see D’Arcy A, Scott

22.9.51—3n
—_————

Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called
“WESTON”, (the residence of the late
Mrs Norman Bascom), situate in
STRATHCLYDE, Sst Michael The
House stands on 16,770 square feet of
land, and comprises Closed gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &@
downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath-
room, upstairs Garage and servant's
rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and
Government Water installed,

Inspection any day, except Sunday,
by appointment with Mrs. Maynard
Allder, Dial 2670.

The property will be set up $3 sale
by public competition at our office, James
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-
teniber instant at 2 o'clock p.m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors
15.9. 51—10n

PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agaze tine on week-days
and 12 cents per agate linc on Sundays,
ran charge $1.50 on week-days

ind $1.80 on Sundays.





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. JOHN

As from the 10th to 29th September
1951, the office of the Parochial
Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays
only.

R. S. FRASER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. John
8.9. 51—6n
_
NOTICF

TE OF * FREDERICK ADOL-
S CAREW deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims upon
or affeciing the estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in
the parish of Saint Michael who died in
this island on the Ist day of March
i951 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claims duly attested
to the undersigned, in ire of D, Lee
Sarjeant, Solicitor, 1: James Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 15th. day
of Octeber 1953 after which date I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
estate among the parties entitled thereto
having, regard to the debts and claims
only of which I shall then have
netice, and that I shall not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion.

And all persons indebted to the said








estate are requested to setth their
eecounts without delay
Dated this 10th, day of August 1951

JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor, Estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew, deceased
11.8.51—4n
SS
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
TURAL BANK AOT, 1945
To the ereditors holding specialty liens
against DOUGLAS Plantation, St. Peter.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Lessee of the
above Plantation am about to obtain
joan of £500 under the provisions of tie







above Act against the said Plontation, in
respect of the Agricultural year 1951 to
1952
No money has been borrowed under the
Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the above
Act (as the case may be) in respect of
such year
Dated this 22nd day of September 1961
B. L. SEALE,
Lessee
22.9. 51—3n
NOTICE
The road leading from the foot of
Joes River through Spring Field to the

corner of Bissex Hill Plantation is closed

to vehicular traffic until further notice
By order,
Commissioners of Highways and
Transport,
St. Joseph
22.9.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Rufus A, Maughan,
helder of Liquor License No. 366 of 1951
granted to Goulbourne Herbert in respect
of a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at St. Simons, St. Andrew, for
permision to use said Liquor License at
a board and shingle shon with shedroof
attached at Beckwith St., St. Michael

Dated this 20th day of September 1951
To E. A. McLEOD Esqr.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

RUFUS A. MAUGHA
Applic

N.B.—This application will be Tiigides r-
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A"' on Tuesday
the 2nd day @ October, 1951 at 11 o'clock,
a.m





x.
Magistrate

A. McLEOD.
Dist “A
22.9.51

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Peter George Mor-
gan, holder of Liquor License No, 172 of
1951 granted to Kenneth Johnson in re-
spect of a building known as St Law -
rence Hotel, Ch. Ch., within Dist .
for permision to use said Liquor License
at said premises, St Lawrence Hotel,
Ch. Ch., within Dist “A”

Dated this 21st day of September, 1951
To:—E. A. McLEOD Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A"

Police
In







N.B.—This application will be consider-

ved at a Licensing Court to be held at

LOST Police Court, District ‘‘A’ on Tuesday

— the 2nd day of October, 1961 at 11

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Series | o'clock, a.m,

D.5380—5389, Finder will be rewarded EA McLEOD, | 2
on returning to O. Sobets, Watts Village, Police Magistrate Dist A

St. George 22.9.51—1n 2.9.51—1n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



TENDERS FOR SHOPS AT THE PINE HOUSING

AREA

\ TENDERS are requested from persons who are desirous of erect-

ing and runhing a shop, or shops,

at the Pine Housing Area.

eee

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ANNOUNCEMENTS

























—
To imerous request of our
customer have
for cust le shirts, pyjainas, pants, |
Shorts, ladies slacks boys c lothing etc. |
sinving at our disposal the facilities of a}
modern factory we are able to offer
Prompt services at exceptionally reason-
able prices
Reliance Shirt Factory Shirt Depot
Palmetto Street. Phone 4764
18.9.51—6n
Si |
The office will be closed from noon |
Saturda 22nd until Wednesday 26th
September
Dr. ©. McCONNY,
Spry Street
22.9 51
|
DENTURES -- Can't Eat, Why my |
Dentures are broken. Well you
fave them skilfully repaired within
three hours, Where’ Square Deal,
Denture Repair Service, Reed Street. |
9.51—2n
sinielliinall o |
VACANCY exists im reputable firm in |
Trinidad for Budget Officer having the
following qualifications :—Higher Cer-
tificate or equivalent educational stan |
derd Intermediate grade certificate in
Book- Keeping or Accountancy. At least |

5 years’ commercial
Accountancy

Book-Keeping and |
experience. Experience in|
preparation of Financial Reports, Prefit
& Loss statements, Balance Sheets, |
Budget preparation and Statistical work, |
Age 2 to % Apply stating |
salary required to c/o Advocate, |
22.9. 51—4n, |



“ZZZ"

VACANCY exists in reputable
Trinidad for a competent Lady
tary to Executive Only those
qualified with first-class experience and
eapdble of taking shorthand at 120
words or over, per minute, need apply
Write enclosing photograph to ““XXX'
c/o Advocate 22.9.51-—4n. |

PERSONAL

The public are
g:ving credit to
Forde (nee White)

firm in
Secre- |
fully |









hereby warned against
my wife, Gwendolyn
as I do not hold my-

s¢lt responsible for her or anvone else |
contracting any debt or debts in my
neme unless by a written order signed by |
me !
JOSEPH FORDE,
Clift Cottage |
St. John |
22.9.51—2n



Two sites are at present available—No, 1 site is on a vacant spot
in an area where new houses have been erected recently, therefore, it

ings.

ing shop trom an overcrowded area will be considered.

In the case of site No. 1,
attached residence if uesired,
j}and design of the building and
2,

to

No
shop removed will
carried on should be stated
The question of land rent
considered.

| be

the spot is

Tenders should be addressed to the Manager and Secretary,



the
full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the
be required.
in either
will

a plan of the proposed shop including
should be submitted showing the size

materiais to be used. For site

The

case

type of business to” be

be decided on when the lease for

Hous-

}
will be necessary to erect a building in keeping with the ipa
|
|

ing Board, the Garrison, and should reach that officer not later than
the 15th of Octob 1951
| further particulars apply to the above mentioned officer



No, 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an exist-

N° ODOOSSSSSSSSOSSSSSSSSOS

Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

R,, |



Yacht Marsaltese, Sch, Franklyn D
Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch, Emanuel C,
Gordon, Seh. Phyllis Mark, Sch. Agustus
b. Compton, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Laudalpha, Sch

er Lilly Til, Sch. Florence Emanuel,
Sch. Marea Henrietta, Sch, Philip H
Davidson, Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch
Everdene
ARRIVALS
M.V Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt

Fergusson, from Martinique
S.S. Sunrell, 4,314 tons net
from Glasgow
DEPARTURES
M.V. Precise, 364 tons net
for Nicaragua
Schooner Frances W
Capt. Hassell,

Capt Coles

Capt Ritch
Smith, 74 tons net,
for British Guiana

SEAWELL

ARRIVALS
From TRINIDAD
R, Ablack, W. Foster, M

Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez, G
Johnson, H. Johnson, E
Moore, M. Plimmer, E. Butcher, G. Em-
tage, K. Emtage, M. Previte, R. Previte.
A Previte, J. Marsh, J Marsh, 1
Marsh D. Marsh, A. Manden, E. .Dos
Santos, J. Pahr, L. Devaux, V. Wood-
stock, ¢ Grell, E. Grell, W. Bennett,
W. Jackson, S. Jackson, M Echenique,
C. Finke, P. Hall, I. Hall, Johnson,
F. Lameur R. Despaiux Despiaux,
P. Pommares, W. Seale Bradshaw,
N. Warren, M. Elliot
From ST. VINCENT
Clifford Chapman,
George Jordan

From ANTIGUA
June Birkett, John
Jellion, Frank Savoury,
John Cave,

By B.W.1A.L
Foster, E

Dimmott, H

Johnson, A



D
R
w

Arnott Ardard,

Julion, Stephen
Julia De Young
James Cromwell, Christopher
Smith, Anne Bynde.

From ST. KITTS

Vivian Gumbs

From JAMAICA

Peter Snijders, Marie Snijder Marie
Snijders, Eileen Ayers, Charles Kester
Ronald Read, Padmore skine |
From MARTINIQUE

Henri Thompson, Eugene Doku
Leke, Raymond Seguin, Simone



Edwin
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A Grand Dance

Will be given by
MR, PETER SMITH

AND

MRS, MILLICENT GORING
on

Monday, September 24, 1951
at

,Queen’s Park House
ADMISSION 2/-
Music by Mr. MacLeslie’s

Orchestra
REFRESHMENTS ON SALE

CLES CLOP ALA E NE

DANCE

(Under the patronage of the
Deputy Director of
Education)

Giver by staff of
St. Lawrence Boys’ School
In aid of the Games Fund

at
Hall,

on
September
by C. B
Orchestra
ADMISSION 2
By invitation onl

CECE MOO

Drill Garrison

28, 195!

jrowne’

Friday,
Music

6



SOCCEC DEE POC VOGOOOSSS

CCC

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opened a seetion THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH W

The Governments of the

The primary functions of the Committee are to act as an advis-
ory and consultative body to the participating governments in eco-
nomic matters, and to assume executive end
| British Caribbean Trade Commissioner
in |dom and Canada,

The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified
ean persons for the following posts: —

1. Executive Secretary to the Regional Economic Committee

GOVERNMENT NOTICE







GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

abovenamed Colonies have

financial cont

—at an annual salary of about £2,500.

Candidates for this post should have a wide interest in
They should |
possess high qualifications and experience in posts of com- |
parable character, adequate academic qualifications in eco-
nomics or commerce, and have held appointments demanding

and sound knowledge of West Indian affairs

personal responsibility initiative in business

government service.

Assistant Secretary (Statistician)

—at an annual salary of about £1,500.
Candidates for this post should possess

qualification in’ statistics and administrative

dealing with economic and commercial matters.

ant Secretary will be

material relating to trade and commerce

Committee and its members.

Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom

was

experience
The Assist- |
responsible for presenting statistical |
for the work of the |

T INDIES, BRIT ISH |

recently i
established a Regional Economic Committee with headquarters in the |
office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West |
Indies,

rol of

Service in the United King-

and/o

recognised
in |

a

ry
/



—at a salary of about £2,500 per annum plus a representa-

@ion-allowance of £1,500 per annum,

Candidates should have wide experience of

the West

Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility

in the field of trade and commerce either
ment.

in business or gov-
They should preferably have experience of dealing

with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trade negotiations, etc
Preference will be given to candidates having wide contacts
with trade and government organisations in the United King-

dom.
Assistant Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdo

m

~-at an annual salary of about £1,320 in the first place plus

a representation allowance of £500.

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

office will fall on this officer,

Candidates should therefore

possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-

istrative experience in dealing with matters of tr

commerce.

GENERAL

The Committee reserves the right to fill any
if no suitable applications are received.

ade an

“

post by invitation
Salaries of the posts will be

ingthe region of the figures stated but other terms of service (e.g
leave, passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined
The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration in
these matters to appointees with exceptional qualifications,

The Committee proposes to make these
| ber,
education,

details of
with

full
together

containing
experience,

1951, and applications,

qualifications and

appointments in Noyem-
eandidates
supporting

documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach |
the Chairman, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings House, Barba-

dos

before the 3lst October, 1951.

8

9.51

3n



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ALAN . LIMITED .
= ae wae Line) The M/V “DAERWOOD" will >
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to sail from Hobart September 25th, Paseongers ‘¢ for St. Vincent >
Melbourne October 4th, “Sydney October sailing Thursday 27th inst x
10th, Gladstone October 16th, Port Alma rye Ri a
October 20th, Brisbane October 27th, The M/V CARIBBEE wil ac %
arriving at Trinidad about November cept Cargo and Passengers for ‘
Â¥ist and Barbados November 24th Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, 3?
In addition to general cargo this Nevis and St Kit , sailing Fri- &
vessel has ample space for chilled and day Sth October, 1951 mM
hare frozen cargo, The M/V “MONEKA" will ac %
Cargo accepted on through Bills of cept Cargo and ssengers for y
Lading for transshipment at Trinidad to Dominica, Antizup, Montserrat
Eritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward Nevis and St, Kitts Date of
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Probably Fastest Man In World

EXCITING MO,





Mac Bailey Equals World ne

Record For 100 Metres

DITTON
LONDON. Sept, 12.
A new name is likely to be added shortly to the list of ath-
letie world-beaters It is E. McDenald Bailey who, in
le just over two weeks ago, equalled the wor ld record
: ; for the 100 metres. Three stop watches were
im an sreed on the time. There was wind blowing
Mac himself ~s confident that unless the track was a
rt, his performance will be officially

By PETER

Belgrade









I e run thi vas really moving.” Just how
é f nuch Mac was moving is _ indi-
et B vhere cated by the fact that Brian
¢ x uw Shenton, who finished second,

playe i vas seven yards behind hin

‘ t Fastest

I Greece To run the 100 metres in 10.2
I i to a reall 1© seconds is equivalent to a 100
rhe ds in 9.3 or 9.4 seconds and
I I lat =mé McDonald 3ailey
xd pert ce, My ist about the fastest thing on
le t neg e pk £ two legs in the world to-day.
irive and afte f metres, I He plans to keep running
throughout the winter in order
not to interrupt his present flow-

ing style and providing he suffers
juries, it seems nothing can
him winning an Olympie
Helsinki next year, An
* thought i will it he
Britain, for Trinidad
West Indies?
Arthur Wint
the first British
Arthur’s great

no i
preve
medal

TRINIDAD YACHT CLUB packed to capacity for the seco Water Polo Test match. Field of play is
in the foreground. Goal posts are out of the picture. Cyowds like this watched play throughout the entire

series.
BARBARA HUNTE IN GOAL






for Great
or for the

Bailey and
the stars of
tor in Belgrade,
400 metres victory established
him as a firm favourite and it
was a big disappointment to the
crowds in Athens and Istanbul!
that he had to return home be-
fore the tour was ove!

were

vie-

Cheered

One particularly pleasin
feature the British
noticed in Belgragle was the way
the crowd cheered the mati
down the track,” that is to say,
the person who finished last in
any event. He
most a xreat an ov
winner
From Belgrade
party travelled to
they ran at the
structed over the
first Olympic Games were held,
The sun was tremely strong
and even Bailey, a native of
Trinidad, found it “more than a
little warm.” Even so_ this did
not prevent him from winning
both the 100 and 200 metres and
assisting the British relay team
to its second victory.

Bailey described Athens as a
beautifully clean city. “To
wander around in it was an edu-
eation that no money could buy,”
he said



weorded al-
ition as the



- ~

British
Athens where
stadium coin-
site where the

E. MeD. BAILEY the

Ili Retire
When I
Can't Walk

Says Turpin

NEW YORK, Sept. 21
Randy Turpin leaving for home





BARBARA HUNTE in goal for Barbados gets ready to slap one out during second Test. Barbados won
this game four goals to love. The Ladies’ team was undefeated. Like t men they won the Trophy for
which they competed. Both teams return to Barbados this morning

a Gold Coast Soccer XI Will

East Meets West

the ne ary ; > 7 7 .
The 6 tave oy, a ee would, The third and final port of Shoemakers Us.
ek Renbsie 1 A ure i with call was to the city of Istanbul,
Ray Robinson in America, Turpin perhaps even now better known Ti ;
= ailors

Take Home Some Sound Ideas

Isc li Ne .
iso did a turnabout on his by its old name of Constantino-





announcement of retirement ple. Here East meets West and
After the fight on September Istanbul itself is divided into two By DENNIS ROBERTS over the Athenian League com- The following will represent
12 he said he would retire next sections, old and new. The Bri- monplace, Parrow’s shoe-making Dept.
September. and no one can make tish party were put up at a fine WHEN the quick-to-learn Gold Wall's Part eleven against a Tailors’ XI in a
me change my mind’, hotel in the old part of the city, Coast tourists return home they . h ‘ sricket match on Monday 24th
Today he smiled at the ques- In ee few ee moments x take with them sound ide is The Gola Coast men have im- Sept. at Dayrells Road.
tion as if such a thowght had @way rom the track, Bailey for raising soccer standards in proved beyond measure — since 9 hentia = _—
never entered his mind r aon wandered through the narrow the West African colonies. Ings lost to Romford last week Barrow’s rae Pitts Saney
will I retire?” he repeated, “Soon ‘treets, examining the bazaars Dave Wall, the coach now They attribute this to the ef- eC ep Me ws one : D. Drone
as I ean’t walk, then I will retire.’ 294 the Blue Mosque in his performing wonders for the bare- forts of 47-year-old Dave Wall H eres = py en W. pects 5
—UP. own words, “the eighth wonder footed tourists, may be invited former Millwall and Merthyr E. Padmore, E. ’ os Tar a
of the world.” to go over there, and considera- player who first became an FA F Wason, V. White, H, Haynes
eels |. semgeeataliced In Istanbul the water-carrier tion will also be given to inviting coach way back in 1936. He was Md L. Stuart.
4 is still a very common figure, an English club to visit them. coaching Woodford Town last Play commences at 1.00 p.m
Footballers contrasting sharply with the Sierra Leone will be the next season
many Pen. cali wae chee type West African colony to send a Wall has told the Gold Coast
° taxis Which patrol the streets. team here rrinidad are maki: officials that he is willing to ,:.t0 ="
Quarantined Once again Mae scored a dou- a trip from the West Indies next Africa on condition they make it
ble success and after the meet- season and Sierra Leone will be worth his while. The United Gold

COLUMBIA, Sept. 21. ing he was awarded a Cup for the here in 1953. Coast FA are not rich, so thes What's On





The 8 pi Columbia Univer- } performance by a_ British Tt 1 ' will think about amalgamating

‘ity football squad has been quar~ athlete. ey -Wwl ¢ an altogether with Sierra Leone and Nuyerin r

antined and its season threatened different proposition tof the for the purposes of. employing Today

after two players were hospitalized Gold Coast and Nigerian teams. wayy.

as possible polio victims. The two Rugby Results aateate OE en sleet ae Of equal importance is the Film Show at British Council
players were taken to a medical sierra Leone—and, incidental suggestion first hinted at a for Children—“Your Cnild
centre in New York last night after LONDON, Sept. 20 ly, . aoe es = 1 wry reception to the tourists this

complaining that they felt ill A The results of Rugby League Rumbered and the people ou week-—that one of our amateur dral” and “Fun on the Run”

there will soon be hearing. fir
hand accounts of match
played and lessons learned |

clubs —9 a.m.

Barbados Camera Club Exhibi-

visit the three

After all, if Hendon

should
colonies

doctor diagnosed the illness
polio (infantile paralysis).

as matches played today in the United
Kingdom follow;

Officials would not list them Aberavon 19, Cwmavon 3; Bath the Coll Cheat dies can go to Hong Kong, why tion at the Barbados Mus
efficially as polio victims until a 9, H. B. Toft’s International Side There ites strone thie between cannot another club visit eum—10 a.m, to 6 p.m.
“number of tests are performed”. 17; Lydney 3, Cheltenham 17; Red- the football BESOCIALION: pe ie ; Africa? : ’ Juvenile Court (Roebuck

A spokesman at the camp said ruth’ 3, Devonport Services 14, colonies. The Gold Coast Mr. Richard Akwei, vice-chair- Street)—10 a.m.

‘ , playi:
training would be stopped for the Pontypool 3, Newbridge 0; Weston Sierra Leone on their return, wil

present while the squad was unde) uper Mare 16, Bridgwatet imparting ideas that ma
quarantine.—U.P. “Albion 12.—C. make résults like Thursday's win

Shooting—-Prize meet of the
Barbados Small Bore Rifle
Club—1 p.m.

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Y OUR C¢ H A CE OF A . : Plaza (Bridgetown): Boxing:
3 A d I \ AG [ my ¥ 1 Obviously, no one club could Randy Turpin — Sugar Ray
undertake such a tour in the Robinson, and Lumen On Pier

“he choice between a sim g ; middle of the season, but there 1 ® $80 p.m...
et a si 4 1 ruff and discard: middle o ne season, but there fee low. The Sun ace

I in a suit and a slam in STANDARD BRIDGE Heart lead is ruffec in Dumm might be found a representative bait ert hes

No-Trumps is not even clos¢ and South discards his Two of team able to take time from work Olympic Ali Baba And The
In all but the most excep Clubs. and be spared by their clubs Forty Thieves” — 4.30 & 8.15

By M. Harrison-Gra Thot ;
tional cases, the suit contract y y There 1s little flexibi ity in a Surely amateur clubs could not “phe Great Missourt









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offers the best chance of exploited in No-Trumps. The Rien Ne Pena CE ua bject, even in the cup-tie season, *— 5 & 8.15 p.m.
success example’ hand is a typical weight ot vase + it ye Provided there are sufficient @93064 t question of men ing vhen so much good could come & 8.15 pan : ‘
, 1 9 3, 7 § ansas Raiders” — 4.4
trumps in both hands, a proces: ‘a a4 7 § 4. @ AI91085. the potential losers to } f this suggested tour Meri eee ne ‘
of valuation combined. if @A5. AK2.@KQ642, none The = partnershty t Mr. Akwei says it would be ar ,
necessary with a check-up on @ K 102 visualise 12 probable 1 the best thing that could h
controls, will satisfy the partner If a Spade ts led against Six can be run off or dev Boca 2 ake lia en ane Me
ship that not more than one No-Trumps. South ses roe the opponents can do any pen for soccer over there We
trick is likely to be lost. The -ount 10 sure tricks. Sooner or meee still’ have a lot to learn and
ruffing factor is of paramount later he must t 1 . “our Aces and four Kin re we would welcome such ’
8 t ist take the two-way ,, : ¢ ngs are ;
importance Losers in, a side finesse in Clubs. If he uesses 0 Buarantee that 12 trick t tour. No doubt ‘the three asso- YESTERDAY s

sult can be ruffed with surplus wrong, ‘the defenders will cash 2°,¥n in No-Trumps. Ti ciations would be willing to

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3 ‘ : thei < able yardstick is tl

trumps in either band ; 2°5 a heir remaining Spades ie +7 we ick he contribute part of the ox-
s such as A) 2 In Six Diamonds, however, {0 he Denes snses.” i
opposi small doubleton can South makes a certainty of the ya anc ed. lacking a good five- penses. From Codrington
1@ este .ed by ruffing to pro- slam by drawing trumps. ruffin PS, or longer suis a slam in The conditions might prove Rainfall: Nil
vide @ vital discard his small Hear nt i Trumps — should not _be xacti for ayers. That ainf:

Therg are also devices in play throwing the lead with wee ive attempted uniess the ombint d exacUng FOE Vie jrayerse. Tia Total Rainfall for month to
seetierte ts z e Five point count is at least 34 remains to be seen, but 1 series of date: 6.82 ins.

the declarer in a of Spades The ospositio st
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ix matches in three weeks wi
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yams. Some of the corns are al-
ready ripe
At Bowmanstan, St. John,

been 67 inches of rain
This beats last years’
inches for the same

there has
this year
total of 56
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Portland,

Peter, 64 inches. is also more
than last year’s. Most of the pro-
visions there are ready to be
reaped. Mr. Cooper of! this plan-

tation expects a about as
low last year's.”

Mr. Seaie of Mt

crop

Pleasant, st. |

Philip, said that 12 inches moré|
rain ha fallen in that district}
than the amount which fell last
year. If a moderate rainfall con-
tinue for the remainder of the
year, his crop will be good

In St. Peter, especially the
eastern districts, corn and roun-



eval peas are plentiful. Almos
iil vorkers are reaping cofn
in the parish. Most of it is beiny

drving The al-
ent to the mills

tored up for
ready dry corn is
» be ground

Corn, Peas Crops



A planter of the parish said
esterday that he had successful

rm y rounceval peas crops
He said that the recent rainfalls
did lot to those crops

Asked of potatoes and yams, he
iid that potatoes in some part

f the parist sald soon be ready
fe reapin ind ihe wa antici- }

tin 1 good croy Yams would
be ripe early in December |

Planters of St. Lucy also think|
highly of their crop They are
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umper cane crop in 1952 A
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VXTl'RDW. SITTI Mlll'lt 2_\ IKI BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE l Hi: if. J'ca Hurricane Relief Fund Going Well Several iNew Plans Underway LONDON PlumWng progress from original schemes and the news tha* .•ieas are underway lu help the Jamaica Hurricane Relief Fund were reported from various parts of Britain this week. One of the new plans came from Lord Justice Denning. President of the National Association of Parish Councils. Who If Baking t'vnv parish in England and Wales to make a '..iv contribution ol v. 1 or more If it cai tinFund. Thimooey will be used tn help devastated villages. I Lh*auicaj producers'%  ". H. M Tamem 1,M., ilu in a Workers Ask For Cur Bun To Be Li/led OTTAWA. Shipment* of British-made pressing id-Canadian Government strongly to relax .ess of the appeals sent out. Other £*,£££."IS?" .* ^ G vcrnm|,n papers pel lev e that BIIMIII could ni .. WTUlg -• longer do more, and are .-ailing for more 0l ll(Kl had fa^,, „,„„,,„„, old through the medium of tha \i In car tactotiei leading articles. A typical leader in Canada have been made Idle b> Oak in the London r.-duted production that has folFreninx News, a lendlni! evening lowed thr exit in sales par. it said "It may be recalled thai on the day utter the hun.> Krenlnc New urged the immediate establishment of such l fund, we new to salute it. We have today rvn %  from one of our readers, which w W.I. Will rUre Voice At Talks 0 Fiom IMct1 forth* enlng 'oi this pou minion a* Canada '* particular anaVtv during :h. %  BdkM % %  me* ha) %  irui.iriy viajaraM In h. t British pott) %  the plifhi r h tnanuActuren toda>. The U ted K-ngnnm. he dcrlarr-.l me nt ' %  >> .r. "Our correspondent forcefully what is %  and genuine emptiun among many decent !>••.pi Hi.uin r 'The ciermans and UM ore now jostling up to U the queue ror preferential treatment. II %  %  thai they null rank ton done active help—far, far behind our true and tried nd helpers. "And the Jarnalcana, our fellow people arl tadly in Ih common high. "It 1dm. tl became swarf this kind" Two import nnt West Indian i %  %  %  in Bid Of 'he Fund took place in London. Bdrk* Indian at:.; % %  ted such star Connor Uh W< I I ' ; ners as John I'.rle't held %  tt |i the H %  l Bill Nankeviiie who appeared cultural Hall. And ArlNir Winr. with them at an athletics meetin* UcDonald Belief "" l |1 1 1. Soviet Satellites In Economic Distress By R.JON ES \TENNA. Sept II ti .."I!,,'hgrvd deienoraterf t<> Iht polnl %  'iiCorrununial reiinn>s hgve bemn torecd i" i.tkc irdlnary measures to prevent completi coltapM, m conttng t> a study of reliable information and cillcM annnuneements reaching here. •et up a'Super \ %  an llKille.il In Train (Jrash %  .n ill-*-.-' .r:.l 1th oV i hOV much nn" couM inve bean aohfcsved In producinf the raw Rttt) I 1 i rutili • ond '"• aple, bad i-(s born avail I t Otr. iehrner>, eleel %  %  I %  %  |ht t'K i ran pol n regards ,-crvation. Then no iu*tii'.' tdlaa and American firms to bring mai lllnBTJ ..,. id,M Alien UM i K i inni I -upply them ; %  %  I lo .i stansaftlD. 1 moeases where American and Cana:ors sought permission %  hring machinery t.. th. 9 ... %  %  %  bar lo use their own ,i. purchase* in st its Dealing with the i M i %  Indies, Mi Gomes said ihe suppt} sttuatton as it had siliUgM during tha' f,.rehodthc Islands un % %  • oped .!%  inej aiece), ;".i with Un rd "f hetng in I i Mon M "'hi Common wealth cstintrvi %  Sl Inghei i nld eomplaln so forcibly about I d ,,f hvni, a* the resuM of the U K ncgri Uu n there .i* little nee' for the It W 1 be aai| %  the ring II S %  ' I efforf were beii I: howwi • %  pltal electrical eqtrip %  %  fctinnmudutntor with power t<.' •Ii full aulhonty the •thortconiiTM% %  Mitries and prosecute real offenders Polish n are com• Of meat. Ash. hutier. f.iT-. and Chroc .inn tlifir%  >. :m -..', i., find 'criminals" responalble for feedint P %  Ing an old caplI itfTu ing RUGlsl BeM. 21. legal elKht perMlled and ** 1 i\n i-'i train imped the rails near Rughy 1 %  iikc*man if the vi.'iti on the colniir of i chemical solution II s Wail ForTIn-Pound NSW YOHK. Sept. 20. Wilfred IteVi Atrsarsaan aeoa1 omiit ami exccuflve editor of the Commercial and financial i : x. York, advised Ani-i ii an investors on Tl . i before investing in Speaking OH the investment in Israel before the international Trade section of the %  Board of Trade, Maj enumerated the advantages and : <-! fir said the ;tdvantage* included thi Qovei lunent, —t.p. ;iv.mi aii is coaches end thr* i-tu-in* lies oi inin the train wen derailed. The w.mted coii>-uniers goods. irg rolled down • embankment while i.thern* "power ausl ; ^ht He ^aid the driver shortage of coal, and of the ti.un v/BI arming 'he Comnuini-,1 otlh-ials have issued )n iui-ed more workers in AmbuaUMeg were rushed to the scene of the sccldenl four and li failures in Ihe salel,., -,,-, —ii,„ .„ |M „ „-., : i, Poland B SS*7 , r ^; ,ll 1 .V", ffi" -, a 7 „ wire a Kreat meat exu-.rt has ho The .train left Uverpoot at 7 M meat Hungary assd Homarda trtt •." 1 '•"' i<-ia>for i-^dor. 'bread b;,-,.r |,„ cutunes a.e n '"' %  ,'g b"ut 10 W short of potntot; ami ration bread. n " '• r ''" 1 1 %  r " ,1 ' %  "peelai Hlghb industnalired t'ltechosloepical lot mmphine rot % %  Itlumbing and has no! enough coal (-ooumiiilcallon.s with uanSWI lo run G broke down at one pOt> I in :,n the laMStea Food an<\ teh knocked clothing are rationed much more down m the wreck, %  trictlj than In tl Pohci ild '"" of thi which still control the on lbs %  dowm an %  iiMimer goods. And in ernhl III all ol them it crlma t'>r a „ tl the u i .iprsjrtit i leave bli i" p % %  track BgaplM to TnP i„jure.i Wgffe rushed hirn, Mm Northampton and other nearhv In Czechoslovakia the serioush ,, ness of the food situation was A Northampton hoepMal man ieM, "M being deell with." t'.r. RATES OF EXCHANGE i by death given three men charged with forging ration coupons Canon housing is now built in two stage* Luxuries such as plumbing gfkd Will IKadded to dwell%  l date In 'he future Coal production has (alien off to 80 percent of the planned figure while official figures show nlmm has failed to achieve quotas set under the I plan. 1 *MIM ••""f II. 1**1 r OH-qiiM on Sl Drmand Oralim l Si#lit OrafU • %  Caaif IU3 10' SM '—•g 8tlv< Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Stay! 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PAOI TWO CaJub galling BARBADOS ADVOCATE &ATUBDA1 ^l ITI \li:i R 1-' Man Talk, S IR FHROL I Mi John Rahi. II ing i i-nRcts from Ti i by i;v ArtUgSM Rural Dean A T 3 mm %  %  I S' M1.1..PI bj fro at fhr I'.iri. Church Rev raendeVnie i In Aid of Poppy Fund T ICKETS 1 %  B %  %  %  wnl ..i i at Messrs. Cave Lid. %  v.i. Monday. The ;ii-t prtte ot the raffle will be |1M • H heman \ Including i pn: sod ;• mckvt tat Together Alter Four Year* M iss FLoitENO. BAXTER and tut ton i ..no were born and cdti%  Both :. iise Baxter Pros t in on !>" Ovei I : mv u. ..;•. i' on the Ovcrse.il Programmes lor the i %  snd trans* later. i ch other ti r tow yean and decided to vacation in Barbados u>With Caroni Ltd. M R AN: H PUl* RIN of Trinidad, arrived by 50 Men By Rocket to Mars DH i w : A whom they hat drought W pu" uo school at the "'an f<> % %  xpecl to be •-. %  until next Friday staying at the Transport Manager of Waterloo Estate. Carnni Ltd C'arapachema. %  W-IiMim von l : man r*~ %  landing I Good Buildings In W.I. The out •< i I %  feature* ot %  1 -..'MM I mn tun %  B lher rockets." says Di v... who arrtved here onlBn by the S.S. OelRle. paid to Trmidad and returned lii Spaceship., II tdaj night by B.W.I.A. Uigj at the Ocean View Hotel until the ship rtftUIHI Kg way back to the t:nited Kingdom. An architect. Mr. Jackson is PERSIA* PLA > ATTACKS BRUTAL BRITISH (from KKNM-TII MAI Al LAY ; TVh.-r.iii) THE PERSIANS have put on a jolly little dramatic 'jmment at a theatre in Isfah..: IVhcran. .1 is a play about the horrible British, and could be billed this way :— tin nan ^. ... ., %  ,w rHK * | K : A "> aaoa* nil. N< INI i.i (ha ,1,.. ,, % %  %  • from his mouth i. thrVatonma ,.. W.l ...... Knoa Dtay, hu ta „ j, t ZL"tjL %  d m de An "'" " l' Perilan. even to think mi ,,-,, ,,.. "I sal i. I ,. TTS I ... . The Penian be> lo. hni ju tot the Jrn ,„.,„ ri out ol the Pertian ,.... .,,.',., „,„„„ „.„ FREE HOSPITALS he i %  ol. IKand his men ai celebrating by h-.tmg a fe l*erslans to death to teach the lo work harder. M On Honeymoon AM) MltS. DAVID LI E paying ba llrs't" va.it to the West 1-">" 200-ton He said thnl from what seen, there an son I gly good and modern in lhee parts. .notary night would User -osible even using arespellante. Almut M men with iuui>Hf would land on Mars In Ere. keti fell him tn the ground giving "ii technicians from l(n-.i. a m mpl .... Urn Union Jack aim %  noui %  ppsBUM tur111 I •urnes to be a big uniut s general tso I year. One of President Truman', high offV ttng the %  rear 2.000 one-nfih of people will RI D NEED! VN.I THE BEM %  ild be giwl %  %  women running a-ound to corrupt Persian youths. The English laugh lo see such fun. I-.\B" | gVA BTOWN ran „,.,„,. %  r "~-^ DIAL 2310 %  •>* • < x\ & FIGHT FILM" To DAY 4 *3 'fid S WOMAN ON PIER 13 • %  he— %  •B.UO IT. ,""'.m' SoVir,"" STECIAI. T.|.A\ %  CODE of the LAWLtSS & ARIZONA TRAIL -in, • .: Brought Son to School M RS MKRVYN i.RELl-. wife ot M-j-.t OreB, Director oi Trinidadiani Take Time Out M R GEORGE Lib, LUM, Civil Engu.. Ud ;.tt.-rwarda tour the * 5*" WaOO wny arrived Architecta of Trinidad, arrived • u.n. ss. oat*rj l v ,,l r 5 '.' %  •. A,,k 1 NCM on Bcptembar 13 and Miss! Jf w .' A J" r ;,boul ,w w k % %  acconip.nii'l I.. of Ih. Trill! and thai are "" 1 >y.(I M": Thay would ibandon one oh 1 %  HI return in parent space ships m iin 111K two n turn with thn %  pace ships, would be .. in thi Mara u Il.ilT. IrOIIO"!! % %  lIC >i.J. <' % %  11 ill • %  1 1. days on her way down from Nev\B York Thay ie both staying at? Ihi .1. \ Hnici. .... %  l„ I..IW on Sunday morning by ll.W 1 A. fjr San Ju.ui and Hien go on lo new Y.nk. she will I. an 1 return to Bailwdos to rajotl bat cousin who will be staying on about Iwu months Iwfoii.I.;;. 7. I sonic of the other islands. .leremv plan* tn be West Indies foi six month I the :i j, Co.. CoiT.inlssioa Merchantf turn on Octocan 1. oi Tmudad u now heic to, 0 Mr I.LI. R ; ni..y staying at the Otcan view bride, tinHotel She arrived on T p %  rnin by B.W 1 A. ao 1 the I eon Edward who will oe Oil Co IIIIN.I' -. %  ing lo school at 1-odge kin QraB expects to be in Barbados until Thursday. Back Home PETKH Q MORGAN of L a wrence Hotel, arrived L-hed to ttu nni. | D thr inland on Tbor-day night nd Partners by HWI. Airway* from Miami. Florida, where she visited her mother. Mrs. Morgan who was away for four weeks took Eastern Airlines from Florida b Rico and completed her voyage with 11 w.i.A. Her l.osband completed the purchase of the St ..awrence Hotel two hours before she al Kxp4'n>ive, But— Mpa, being %  net in the satellite orbit 1 ratettuo rocket* to 11 the sUi Djca, The Whole expetlition would last two jya, plus about eight months for the preK rutoiy supply operatx I be expensive though the expanditur VOUld I"' small i '.' !>r Inn llruun's ptiper iol read by I-lcut.-corniiioiidiT O11 ra'if. a US naval offtc.t on %  TI the L'-iifrd StatCI ro.) cf BfaHoi al ./nart, SruJ.rnu | Ut 2 "' %  •ana ai—ssw . %  Now preaenl .t uta I r riiJ Abadan. W1 THE TIME: Matty y. PriS(4I1 Al( „ v .. group of an good Cl such high-ups ance the taai %  : | >; doe Majesty's portrait nJ Ihi at n 1 Jack So this morning Embassy d Coui. % %  %  OrBee. said that the presence of the 1 %  tructions would be sent fo: and begs for .1 cm % %  • 1 ously she holds out her baby made of wood. The wii-k.xl oilmen start lashLng Ih' woman. They beat her almost to death and do so with a light laugh. The baby fa the won grasp a rolls wood-nly across the stagi Ait :: THE SCENE Is the office Kht>M.Mi.*ha|i of Eric Drak %  o-nager of the Anglothe play t" be t.ik.'n off. in Oil Company. —kVt.S. Paid Short Visit a UUAMIA Baal 1404 1 hasa! s 1 Ml III Mill ,^ > %  • 1 ii 1. -IM.INt. - ioai o -III ( II HI ,11', 1 M AN II \ I 1 \ > BOOM rOWN %  > 1 i. All IV THE f IBOi M .1 miM To DAI %  a*i kiixi SI OAI 1001 Han.l'i. ..,,,., a. z ..,, .%<< Al M I Mil i lM'lI A Member Only) a-it CHAHI.ES W KIIIIII M TO Attend Rood Congreii 'E Chief Technical SuperwAJOR ANI MKS MICHAEL I the Hillington Work. MPRVV In Glasgow, left for Trinidad dur* *' "' lag the wank bg n w 1 A alter .1 ba re Be li Isitanir >ome of the oUw %  Indl si-tid> on Ma was back t" I liaaaBM He w 1 ti ihe Wnan View Hotel EVITE of Trinidad. morning by It w I A LOVE IS BLAMED Guadeloupe Merchant M lt AND MltS JEAN BARKIS of Qul %  0 %  .. IIW.IA WlUl their thraa children Who turnad lo %  rhool .>i the Ursuline Convent, lett on Tu B.W I.A for Trinidad on a short v r it before retui %  log h 1 vtog at the Hotel Royal, Mr. Sarkls is I prominent merchant in Point-a-Pitre. ng at %  %  Hotel They brought with the* 1 Anthony whom lh' will put to school M the Lodge Mai iglng Dtrectoi ol Trmidid |ought to axpoun everytri AsphaM • in Tampa. LOVED HFS". said Suber" Btaruaj f I, as if Venezuelans Return Home \ FTEH spending tw tlolul.l> III : .it ihe Hotel Roj al i>i Mid Mrs. J. Hun ita of i %  %  i/iiela. re. by air. 1 by their two children Dr. Hun 1/ y ,1 university in C.n.u.i Lake xi. xto leavt to-dai by Tc \ n Portugal whenbe • ;: attend the Internatm-. n behalf of his mm. will he accon.; ,.. wife For Three Weeks M t^JSPTSSnjF*" Returning lo-day R ETURNING to Trinidad this aflcrnoon by B.W.I.A. afttr hem 1st and prospending two weeks' holiday slaying at the Hotel RO) Mi Cecil Malngot ol UM Bel* moat Oiphanage and Mrs. Maingot and Mi Andrew Malngot, Cuinmissioner of inconif TOX, On Holiday LorsT.M'NAl' .,.,. the ~ h'llni.iy in Barbados are Mr. .„„ children o( Caracus, Venefd "","' S „, "l, !" lh€> ". /uela Wh rived here | W o >• ehllrlmi Gli i IHI I-WIA. cKpeci 10 *" %  n "' v amvad on Sunday until about October 5 by Ihe l-ady Nelson from St. Vin** Antiuua and his Staying nl the Hotel Royal. cent and are staying at the Hotel were holidaying here for the pas -10ms Royal. twel Hg at the Hotel irltll Inleinalional Mr N.inton is .1 [tat 1 i-ln -itRi.y.il. ,u.. expected to remain for Machines In Caracas. I.jw in Kingstown. .mother three weeks. thought otherwise Thaw BM li Ing Hubert 011 10,000 d" And they accuse him "t Mdl pmg his forrnei wife, Mm Bt Fraser, at gun point, holdlni prisoner (or Snd trio exloil 3.000 rJoBai ( %  flier M irr, H. HENTO. merchant A mil AMERiLA\ COU M\; The Penny Crisis ;.K\V V< IRK r. peonk copper — BUeatan to oiiiii: the whole reiiiniaiiieiil proeji a halt• Th.-y present the difference between what UaOuaanda ol eoppai mlnei fend RM Itei %  irrt an houi in higher wages and %  > rs are willing to pay, A fortnight ago the aral nan walked oul Of UM blggOal hole dug In the nround by man — ''"• mil ewide open pit copper mine at i.iorh. ,in. Utah. Qulckl] the strike I through the Indl! 1one of the three metals—the othci* an im -on which the whole L _., %  %  ril prouramio.' II fixes Ihe upi>cr llrntl "t whit roduce Prun an stei pad .11 Hi.tttnrney-geneial. Howard MeGraUi. fllcd 11 suit for a court injunction at Denver, Colorado. The Injunction would end the : no days, it order the corapanles lo lake ttu %  nd the n During the ttu d iyi (hay nrttta ti,. aovarrantnt a umpire, will work out a settlement about Ihose 15 pennies PL00D8 AGAIN PKESiniST TRI MAN 1 ihmu troBi San Fran* La %  > lo Kanaai City lu walk UtfOUgh areas of th.city badly damaged in July's floods But he may n..t \able to walk. A new ilood is rtalng K.,t. a snd ttw sratei as* to engulf the Industrial districtonlv 1 Hi beginning to recover from U* SUeCEEITY nitirioii 111 t\K .in -s, "Thank ynu'*" %  aw Edi i< \'.i Dore of the Hartford (Connet Unit) Tune, .it'.i net llrst vUll to England. And she hrBs Mi between Brttoni and American i th it BritorM are more horn II \ PARTY, Ml BOSTON Is the Ma dry which staged the i pavtg 117731, dumped British tea into the harboui and drove the K oul during the American i ola les* t\ si of Dhfepcntti-m r \ n k going to have 1 'iintisi, rortnlg) l" il i leading 'tore. It will big display of British merchandise, crafts. 11. it... ATOM CUTIE EIETH-WFNIE in New Yo.k saw its dep .it inent store open todag, Radlac Hi sell 110 a sui uranium pi %  ,. Oetgor counlara, whtcri detect now 1 o rne In spei i il lupersnlller, the Fcnct. the Bnoopei t.'i nr nliun prospectors, the Culie-pie for laehi %  grls). DOWN OOEfl POOD WHOLESALE EtMII* PRICES • Index tell from S6.89 last weak VB W82 In the irurpeal week-toweak del line slno 19. when It w w I >• • has It bean ao low TV FAMILY MAROARET TKt'MAN il vying with her (annul rathai N vl week she will be on Irving BerUn's iwe-hour show. %  'Salute lo America". Hut she will Alnariea like her lathe, Was 0B I toB TV last night from Ban Eranclaeo. st HIM. 1. FOB CHEATS now TO i HEAT at dice "t cards i< %  required United st.deViiny course al Camp Atteroury. n.i 1.1 1; i.s from tncfcstei Bayi rchoolnui t % %  run Mulloy i>" ii :, came thai a man shouldn't play, even with his mother.*' CAT KAt KET KIND-HEARTED Mi V I ;t>. hta handed out*m >re than 2.000 one-dollar bill her home in Hon. Texas, in the hut ten month%  Mi she saw two boys stoning a cat last Hallowe'en she ve Mum dollar lollI so in legions i rmaU boj II her diK>r with cat* about to b tortured. Today the police nipp ClI racket. Eleven hoys %  SI 1 er tO their [,. rants. MM \l. MISHAMI KaaetA IIO.MEVEK. 4S\ ha,( her marriage annulled In IJM Angeles after her husband, th.iili >i been convicted of murdering Amu Homeyer. 68—his sixth wife The last Mr*. Homeyer lolri the court "I thought T had •: busband, but 1 ajueai be wv rnaklng up lo me tor all the Mi 1 low things he had done" PICKING IT UP RAILWAY l.\BOt'ltEB Duke l.dtimorr admitted a' Qoshen 1 %  • %  %  ) .' 1 t I 0011 by picking plants growing Ins 1 lUwaj Imes. The IV.I lie \ tmarajetl with being In nl the drug CROSSWORD r u 1 .• 1 r %  • .1 .-R Arni OuUldo Uie law. Must bo driven f worl. ri battle irouod. 1'i. The ooeaedlan %  uruwtr ll'a 11 spini Ktib >nd III flea\ > (Quality Aluminium Saucepans With heat proof handle 3 Sue* $ 4.7:1. SS.I'i. $0,311 Ketlles 3 &. 4 Fts. Sl.rt. | laUBCOn $2.:i5—$3.46 Lavalur\ Hiushes 77 Hand I'.n. ..us .73 Cab Ware in Urown & Black SIMS I to 8 Ctiaa Tea Pols 70c.—$1 :!li Coffee I'ots $1.01—$1.16 Milk Ju B 62c—$1.19 Bonn 59c. Coffee Mils S4.90—SIO.JS %  T. R. EVilNK A will 11 II I IIS DIAI 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 ii.Tii :n 1. eoeper, -. Takas aUask to make It. (SI >. Rut. t) Revel—the reverse aurel*. I!*I fjaaa A in'.ii anon of f .11 Mon maybe (1 b IM dnU wn*o II ._.. l, S| Perl or a window OUpKT / i*i Sotili INN itie reply. (4) Ili-eeh" tin in sJilpe Hi 1 number wllti Hoi port, (Ol Je ennumea litre, (ft) Ceremony. (•) amuiii k |wa JS. aavfc^ lonite. jft8iaw;it.' rifiuutw"' IH fffffl-Sw 1 Mr* .** afM'L .,.wt^m•> ,M, jil BE riu IMICIII Check this List of Ks.sentiul Items let Votir HOnat. \\ • Galvanised Hurkets • Galvanised Wash Tubs • Coal. Pots • flox Irons • Snd Irons • Lunltrns • Lnnmcl Pails uiih CoTfln tj >' %  0 / H wtfAmvl (Aal Telephone 2039 THE IIAIIIIAIIOS <0-OI-l It All* 1 1 1 IO\ FA4TOIIV ETII.



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I'M.I IOIK UMIIIMMIS \IIV(>( Ml SVTI'KDAt si I'll MM K 22, I"'l BARBADOS frlaU* kr U. AS**raM f AWOGffE Htm %  *••• it. Brt4(•!•> %  S.iuirtl.tN. September 22. IftSI IKIIM4 \l MII4MII. THE public d nti %  > I wound Oig ; School In Momentum but there) ii a dangtr that .he diversity of HCl Of killing the The MM common fact which arises from the discussion is thai Bu badus does need a en] icnool [i hi i ttmd that luch .1 lehool be established independently al an aatlmalad expenditure of £24.000. The benefit of this aUggOCtlOD is the technical school would draw off the numbers c^ pupils who DOW attend the secondary .schools in the hope Of MCUTlng a cate which would lit than for ;> Job %  Uperior (socially) to that "I an artisan. The result of this mistaken attitude is that children whose ahWtioi ahovld lontf ago have been set to some profitable employment are still struggling to grapple with conju Bchnalooj and irregular Liggestion LS that tha teohnl CaJ id ol ihould be attached to ComberSchool where there is enough space f..i the erection Of a Wing to serve as the claatroonu fOI those pupils Who have turned from the academic to 'I t Mel oil il side. This too. has its merits Combermt-n would aaan to be a rich field for the supply ot that material which would feed a leal ichool. Pupils who had reached the Third or Fourth Form would have done enough mathematics to enable them to unify the technical terms of their trades It would alao have the further advantage of relieving the very harmful pressure from which that school now suffers and enable the siafT to concentrate on the proper handling of a curriculum designed to bridge the gap between the Elementary School and Harrison College It would also help to remove the baneful effects of the Impression that Combermere is now the "poor relation" of the College. The third suggestion La that any technical school which is to be established In this island should be attached to the Evening Institute which is already functioning as such m a minor capacity. It is argued that i peni Uture on the new technical school would so Improve the Evening Institute that there would be no nt'i-d lor a further sum to *Hspnii on a technical school. It has not however been claimed whether the Institute will be able to cater to the number of pupils and to the same extent as a newi : technical school. A is not without its merit. While Cornbennere School would be in %  Ion to supply the material for technical training, lh* Evening Institute has the equipment for training and the nucleus of a staff qualified to undertake the training of the pupils, ii has already afforded training to people who would not have otherwise had the opportunity and who by reason of their age would not be admitted to ihe technical section of COBobl TimM while it has no barrier to the youthful students. These Mtuld use the apparatus in the d IV leavin the eveninj aaaaioii roc those occupied during the day at their trades With these three PUggestions before the public mind 11 is possible thai then respective merits mlghl maintain so strong a diversity of opinion that the Technical School might suffer the fate of Queen's College. When it was realised that Queens College had outgrown its home and should .veil new qua-ters. it was SUggOSted that it should be can led to U'eyniouth next the new Combermere, Another asked that it be CM led in Erdiston now used as a Teachers' Training College. The Third was thai a portion ot the Government property at the Garrison, either the Married Wonn ii s Quarter! or Block "A" where there would be adequate grounds for playand Headmistress* quarters To-dav Queen's College is still m Constitution. It might be feasible tor the people to say what they want done but it is the province of the Government to say how it is to be done But in this caae something needs to done i*t once. and ihe Yugoslav wttta their •< %  At tii ; idliuj In place of national leaders, on daw acquaint' % %  %  imn nf cynical bureaucrat! pruoccupkd Brut and %  %  gulead behind .• re cede ei worn-out h An,I l.-onung abOW t..: luiparannal i t, centrali %  • %  oration, raiaeaiatvi i and owing to nothing but Ihe COmPUlUOni aowaag down In tvei waves from tht* N %  that th Yugoslavs reacti n g ri a* of lr national lite. What will come Second, they an With iny palninwi:t 0 UOM Of ">e ";w a"val be m Ita Importi If war came, Yugoslavia would contract into a porcupine that would make the invader bleed at a thousand points? TITO IS NOBODY'S .ALLY Aneurin BEVAN MP ron.ludi'hirapOft on Yui:o*la\ in by axamlalai tat question : "Would he Hunt if Ihtfold war blew up into :i hot one '.' NOBODY'S DIARY SUNDAY—I rawed a hornetV nest— nut a ; m clad to say—when 1 made %  %  church. AjaOfuj the vary Interest that came to light was an authentic case of collection having been taken up at a funeral. Now this is carrying a good thing UH> far. in my opinion. How can you expgacl people e/hON heads are "bowed with to think about bringing along col* lactton with them. And of course, every* bod) like some of my friends, does not like to [Mil a "now" in thi C 1 %  I \ S' I1KSK and I'OCKKT IMA It 11 S I!*.. 2 Now Available at ADVOCATE STATION Ell V I ti Dea nl •r of the day in Yu!'*lavia. III. ,kir. lip 1,111. 'IN i. %  %  nave reei allr L**"ii PSISOO Whirl) front Use Federal Oovernand entrust! II to ion. The bull %  Ol th* Cariti i Qovernmenl an babai handed aver to the agricultural nd to Ihe local lnTheaa are betas etven ights ot tt s sopa n dent sale and pun ha a inunder raj amli i a Ihcm to retain cons israbfa i %  I : their ear n i n gs '<>' local i Iturc, thus adding munleloai to HiHivniii.ii incentive* caaaUet with tibaaasMeu*. Some of UM V btutvc thU wiii N Arthurhan. pointed "ut thfit manj ill in UN tytad I'MTnmunuitu who h.id i>c-ri trained la Ha i would Iherefore nalurnlly l->k to rtiuuKlalM %  *n'.d,nreH, • answers ready. potauid out thai Tito wai t thai had not prwanted tun taUns hh own Una. Tlien they aafeed 'h.it %  n rticitiiln| to tha term Conui % %  n.iiiu' nwKht st.iv. hut the practice mild chanst nrorn naUon to nacompulslons of llh In icldition x hei agl ure she has coal, ir (hard and SMI %  ing pou* i %  . IKA sfU it unuiii ba %  profound bin % %  i arf to undoi %  -<. %  %  iranti 'I'hi-v i.ii.nniv have maa n i n s uon undar in* %  .., wa too have nul to kwal oun an I -forti oul %  haalthj retottoaahip The* pointed out thai the word between the st ita and the work Liberal hnd by no means the same •iv MI oui nUonauaad undanakniaanlngararywhere and at dltierInes. Tinprobiami <>f .< raodern ant I bureaucracj ara very much al olo %  D> inestions spring n '<> IIK minds of people Western world ll V r-o.Iavia likely I An "i luatiOed In sendli ^ondu and arm*'' In the evenl >r war ".'ill she flght and if sh.* ,].%  will -he give a good i %  •he Urst Yugoslavia docs not look ntraell Indepenrienre of "tlovcow Hut there is %  wider implii.ttioii uh.it is BOW lakins place in Yugoslavirf. It puts l (im-stion mark against not niiv xuanalavla, t>ut also %  ma. It raises UM bopoful possibility lhat whal is now taking place in many part* of the rorld need not n.—aniy mean lx>r ()f hr Unile( Nul n aut km Of use SMVM-I power. \M other natlona struggle forrd to Uwlopendenl Ufa UMrj uiinto collision with the preUriOOl of the Soviet authtirily. TinYugoslavs are clear about that The* peiQl oul thai iheir "•. ,MHI many ways typi> Tiodern indwslrial nation able 1< I Ufa fo i her iiwn pt>ui>l<> atkd contribute \"\ the well-lx %  these potentialities critical in. %  Imt par: | of tha. woi id. will allow ot the daveloptnenl ol urabli time only the Cuturc eai tell. But there can be no iltAJht from the standpoint of peace thin it is in the Interests ol %  M she should ace If Yugoslavia is Invaded i %  and would ah* I light if th.. .-ii war blew up into] %  CM • r thai i think itMra can be I M Her Whole history gv< I Ihe answ.-r. Ili.viri-j regard to the etTOnfl rutUessslfit uij. "i her temperaWOUUl lie unlikely In want to flghl in an offei, beyoitd her own fnmlHTs except n UNO I (Iva thisf as my own opinion. exposed to easy invaplalns towards MONDAY—To-day I was told that ail was 1 not as quiet on the political front as I had. Imagined last week There was a meeting | in one "i lb* [' %  u bshes going north, and not ..rilv WJ.S the prayei bok 1 mentioned re-, fetTed to, but the hymns as well. "All things bright and beautiful" was not a suitable hymn because a little further dwn it says something about "castle" and its and "ordered their estate." "Not Hue", roared one speaker, "you order your own estate, and this does not mean' Hi either The choice is all yours.'' >v////v/-v*v>wx*v//; See us for the following . COPPER PIPE — .", IV nd FITTINfiS IV GALVANISED PIPE H" GALVANISED BENDS — *". %" GALVANISED SOCKETS— 'j", H" GALVANISED REDt'CERS — IV la V — V U> /' GALVANISED UNIONS — H". H" GALVANISED FLl'SII PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "P" TRAPS CORNER BASINS with Pedestals WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Successors to PITCHER & CO. 4472 & 1687 — BKCKW1TII STOKES TUESDAY—I saw the visiting Conservative MR Mi Ahni Lennox-Boyd to-dny i like his height He BBemed to lower above all pie standing around when he visited the Public Buildings. He was the second I member of his party to visit Barbados durUlg the past fortnight and now that a gen*. en] election in England has been fixed for the next five weeks, it is clear that these Tory boys have been loading their guns 'with first hand information. We should reap some benefit from these visits, no I matter who wins the election. ** %  ,;': SSmv % % % %  •• > blood] much-occupied witness. But (uiihiT Wi II the e"i;rsph* tails diffaranl story. In th.it tuml>l,. 'it mountain liys the Yugothai slavi could ktek Bsan* cncm> upon divisions In l"ng wastinjt eonnemfli,.*, ^ ihtPartssana showed In Lha at an i —.jpta all the obllsaUoni that Her %  HUuu-j potanUal therelorc Mow from that. LUTHlell i>"' '.' WUCh m a fluid Tito will mil take order> I could be mobiBhe doat sol wtea to bw "' "i" 1 s "" n masse asainst I Bis Power polUMs. In any namy, but rMnar ta pnrruuni ,ill my |||ai lllOTsl with Tito he on that point Nor Ii Om dtfltouH t-i undsTI H iviug moved oul ol tha — -ant to fri-ndl th.. world ii. i Bar i it In a part IBtit be dc'. he does not move Into any other. it would undorwufla him with incm n paopla If II could ba rei %  %  dial he wai 11 %  "kepi satrap" of th.Wi • In th il case, what of ItM help tiding hirnr A stance: ai lbs map will provide an obvious it is to UH ma %  \ %  i that Oro hat happana when %  predomnanlly asriirlui country looks to Russia for tha machlneoi of modindiistry and finds she cannot et It. Low-standard countrio* n turn and Rusi %  is no) i hlgh* %  tandard country. The parallel of Kel China The Yugoslavs believe there re uurnbiT of reasons why the Sobordered by a frt •lot Union u not the natural leadthat Ihe Yuts I I r of the awakaVdni Orhnl al i-it ahould not fall Into hostii" Fnt the SovH-t leaden an adjust thetr ifcitihisig raghDa bi Yugoalavla Ii essential, nut thervfot.' theil poUdai to lha ThLl 10 its turn, means eeononmew situation' which an* ansunf. help to enable lha eountrj to deThea are caught hi in htoologtcal veup Ita awn reaoureai without etamp of ttn-it own rnakhuj In i inauppori hi. hardship he lha curlow and Ironical fashion thej peeste m the meanUme are a faoaan naUon In .i world In Yu ferment oupti~) haa ronakhn iblc At Ihe aam time Yugoslavia ild BO Ptr ad Into a por.vhich if tha invader atti'innlivl lo seize would make bin blaad at a thousitiui pottna Sliiuiiliiling and provocative Bui %  with tinBDCbd, econ: potttloa] ilgnU has been abr.ut lhat I mod In those art I in • to Yogoslavi. I fan 'hut something had hapI would | on bappanini iliero thai might amich our expeop of prugraai fr world whicr musl go on rndleasly expcrimenlsppolnted. Yugol] itini and prnvoi••'ir11 of dap rtura i << ipYRlOHT RVED I.I S THIS l.llll u i:\rTO IMMIS l.\ \K\V YORK eorrupted. (;KIR(;I: M\I. H. O'lUra. rrr-M-l pat-*s. It ha* taken Hi By I N I..1 Ml |.aihic (ample hghtl> psycho* i % %  ovldedi Ho* that h ipplei ..... %  rUnerican | breaks with his see recorded except the ( %  the Li|hl Brisad* (cWlquw to In a MUOI itian fronTennyaoa i. Spring tBlUM his title from ai hall BOng, "1 the Crystal Palao U ._._ %  )usi ifl years lo cross the -ft i waml fIhe houeai In between.' Atlantic Ocom. the recf.i.l slow„„, H .(, H ,. | 1( „ ,„„„ni |hU YOU • BUI novel If I motion west-tu-eat literary cross. aih acI Gloria tumbles ofl hi I • %  £ '"„''''' i inc of our time Ko doubt It v MIHM WRuni.. B> "y'i thpughl thai BriUafa sen bUlt) drowned. a faaa aa g lleinrnunn. ies. ...i needed a lOUghenUUJ procaai beH, 23! pag<-s. fore It could withitarsd thaIrnpact raafrnblane •lifedrami ?-' v '" ^ %  """"^ of o'Hara's prose, peopla and 0 f a gjr] umed Starr Faithful v/ho -lory Specially story. wm -m oorrupted (aged lit '' Having proved by a Moui-t v tl ,„.,, tv i,. settled C 4.000 OH ''' %  latance to reeenl assaults by ,„. r)l ,,,,. ,,...,< tj member* ot the lileio. .-•.rorig[,„,,,.) „,, baeeh m Long bland %  rm squad thai on nervei an a June, 1SS1 now up to requirements. O'Hara's Murder or i Idyll '• unlaashad on ui The h tVt u>en elthai i i \\ -AOIUI waiting %  pick ui |> t rnd %  Aetowi io imit.iM of others. Her Miss Bohun. whn lives In Janabueaa waih tn g oordV Could xh '' •*'•>' of %  lodgment, appeen to be a monster of sU! and ajprM v. she overchargai Anawvr We have %  long The ugl; sU>ry is sei In N * Yoik'.%  paak-aasj world during the laM level ivh 'ears "I Prohibition. Thai glvei it a mildiv hmlon. il rather than an %  i %  atari It centres on Clou., .i degenerate '•Society gill", given lo Ihe i UKS and pioimscuUy. %  la h<-i detenca that i poor little and trickin >rphan for his boai aider!) m HOVSKS IN BBTWBBN. n> Howard Sprint OattaBB. 15MC mars. i'-am. Alert and Indefatigable, Spring M.m> novelist would h.v. : %  Out pp pap d n awfni (.it. %  • •..ol. iog-irot urth the llfe-etorj itohun OUvta Manning Irvea :<> ,, rr (1 ff | n -^ riderir latlger wh" baa %  east*, about her but First It excused evervthlng. opening ol th It of IW Pi even pubuc (We4d Oapprtghl Beamed! ie oveut of the following i..l. VIDNKSDAY—Our cricket team for British Guiana left lo-day without any shouting or blowing of trumpets. It all seemed so quiet to me. Somi. 1 people hardly knew of their departure, and up to now 1 am still wonderinn if these yames will be broadcast. GOOli BUYS AND THE BEST BUYS TOO!! JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Wm. P. HARTLEY Ltd. NO ADDATIVKS Only FBI IT and SI GAR BW* Obtainable at aU Grocers It is true hat the biggest guns in the game are at the moment off to assault the Austxalian citadel, but there is certainly no need for us to be so glum about a tournai nient which is bound lo produce recruits for the army. This is as important as any previous tournament. niURSDAY—Two friends of mine got married to-day. almost through pouring rain. There were the usual ominous nodding and shaking ui heads among the elder folk who could not help repeating the age-old adages. "Happy is the bride on whom the sun and 'Rain brings unhappiness In its train"—and other bits of wise (?) sayin. | I know many marriages on which the weather had—nor has—any effect whatI\I. and I hope these two fall into the same category. Good luck to all of you! FRIDAY—Met an old man to-day who wa--, 1 in hospital just a few days ago. In fact ; when P beard he had gone in he was already beck out. One of the reasons for his flying 1' visit wai that they had no room to keep [] him any longer. Me had been one of two patients in a single bed. but even this half accommodation was required. When will we get a few more beds. You ought to be able to afford a shor, spell of sickness in peace and comfort. •vATI RDAY—Hats ofl i„ the Water Polo nils (ladies first please) and boys who return home to-day after a very successful invasion of the Trinidad waters. They bring back both trophies. I wish similar success to the Cricket team which opens its first game to-day in British Guiana. I am told that there will be .i commentary broadcast, but will wait and '•fiat it will be like NOTICE OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL B£ CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 26th 27th and FRIDAY 28th Itf-ii/ifiiiiii/ lo BuMinvss an SATVBD.tr 2lh Svpl. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. 14 COSTA If CO. LID. DEPARTMENT GEE!— This l iirt-ut rest ,• mxxKR Our ItVailYr* Say: I ulrrfnmt M orAvm \ #er|y run i'K i" itorbauos bv vfaseis but WM there ever .i mere ridiilied 10 Mil mm I'K • th.in oftleers loading i>->rt on and after let < %  the local Labour Union scrvine St-ptemUr 1951, ;md mtll nn Tha Bxecutlv Committee 1 further n ITED tbal ma middle utd i">r claaacs of this In Th,. Island :nd the people is reall> itW their guidm k i Your-i 'inly on J. Storm Shiltrr* To Ilia Editor, the Adt-oretr. Bin \ ornpambte lo an unprovoked ilr-rald Seen %  au>rmld lar I'liivnnm\ bdon with wilui M Ubour. that unsatisfactory dwpotrli because sotn two or three hun'' '"' !" *f up I ptedKtabse lit Barbad.^. mid the high coat drwl people havo to bo appea < ikmi "i tth.it tha ran %  "** r It necefsary to add a delivery twv hundroa Ihousaad citizens ieptseeotatfyea, and that interest Informed Up goes tbe eoat of bvnut again Britain Has A New Approach %  li ItOHIRT J XCKSONi LONIM N die Eastern ru lad In vhlrh i The Anglo Egyptian disputi entcns to become a maim Iv new apj lo cancel, t| • lint,m; hai troope In I 8 Middle Eastern defence ivatam Can..: Zone Brttala hai refuaad aortlng to leevi lha Canal Zone until UK '' In I95C a the upshot ol With the Suez Canal a vital A : igton link to the Far East and with whole of the Middle East in turmoil. th il one between Britain ane I d b why sources said i next approa^i to Egypt will .nlcrnational" in scope kUng with the Canal Zone and :"tn together luiKC) anu -CJ. CtuOUNi .Milk Fed C'htekrrts Milk led Ducks French Petit PoU Pra* Smc' Turnips JAR Petit Dread Asparagus Soup Top It oft* with a Virile Cure and Chase X Sanbornr Instint Coffee Cheddar Cheese Carr's Crackers Tuborg Beer Eating Apples MEATS Ham in tins ar. IBIhs. Hun In tins. av. i 1 It.. Corned Mutton In link Luncheon Meat In tlnn Order TO-DXY from SPECIAL KEEP ON II VSI S.ol.li Whl-k> itve Wldakei i^.kl Braid Hum Top Notch Hum Basss Ale Worthliuctmt Ale Beer in tins Cansda Dry Sodjs and tilnier Ale IMKI.I room All Bran Pruff Wheat Puffed Wheat (irape Nuts Rice Krisples Waal a Ms Corn Flakes Oat Flakes DINNER PARTY Sunday



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s\n KIIW. SI I'll Mill R .". INI BAIBADOS AHMHATK PACK ri\ I B'dian Workers Return Horn e From U.S.A. I Miles Of Road At Hay Already (Jampleted nil. >IIIM.I:I arse plaunvd to be %  ing Board, about four %  %  guutg on, i .... v will aoou %  four houses are removed from | .... 0t tlM Homing Hoard said yesterday tli.U the 11 being Illy and much im..ide u** IhO i m ..... I d lit Mid that a* sooti as Hi* i an constructed at MM. mure house* will be built there. The total length in .1 will be built at the Mae ti about i nlla and a quarter. .. I. L %  .. '.!..' Iha contour and of tha laud. Convenient Kuad %  ..aid ha* a*kcd Governri||-^ ( >.\\ llrt'lllf I ,.11* p. ,.. a acquln land %  South oi thi I . Log Sehemo >o thai the) tan construct ii to join the area with Upper f u Collyraura H< ck Rood. Many of "> %  A %  Ttolora a*oaay, i | th> district il nii Minicar CroS* III. "! A a* Will %  V l ' • Vhl,h '• I ho would build the w road lea mo rtral tin ... Cob>aaon %  '%  i .. rood is limit lb. n it wouui icoi venlei I tot u The Board has given permission N "'' "," lo. th.tunning, of a bua service i this road %  *>• •' %  5:1 totm**] would prevent %  thrw quartM of " * ,hp *• ,ll ,l .. milf detour (or the blues where Dissatisfied With Conditions MOST OF THE Barbadian workers who ratu from the U S. on Wednesday after apt ltd thna nottthi trarfclng with the Grat ri C %  i*t at their hu\ Inf left Barbad American scheme". It wa* surely tough just a I foi working %  aoma araaaa A wot K. MM • %  mpanj • ho i • corn -t DUB a dlUOM touch bettei it W than ho di I Vti H wa tt)Ugb**i he said. He Mad thai making with the peas crop >• > %  %  ni the moo*] hi a rkad ol >%, %  %  i. ft tin* SGoeaOnQti Streets I Mr A. E Taylor s Bond Mil I wii from Enilaitri AUua make can glVt :. mile, to thr isllou. hp 1>PIIPVPV %  | I I ." 15. \\ .1. Can Provide si Llass Pro&irarames Says Ahlaek THE OPINION thai British Watt Indiana themaelvt %  u.. BO IH.;>I B> raited .. vacation for the "" -.ml II toyed %  nm kM bettei Ho '••It that l.i • y slip with 'i -ruling CM MM Bl the t • %  %  ... lions wan in.Mii|oi till !l 1111 ', mant t.ix %  •i i % %  ni .-in! tin workera' aaokati Bomo erorkan Sea well without I Another bone of contention w.is that the Ansariean Basin] not live up to thi li.tnberare they left <<• %  the U S H plentiful as IhD] iii. "oa• lad in p yard to Ida* Hi U ii lhay iti.i not KCI the (nonet •'... axpected whlla tin | %  i in,: conditloni won hit fron bi (••l> i i ,,.., *l: M.i.i i The> vin tl..h..l.. would lam Current-*. Ir MM* tr lUporti Hon. hut alter lhe> got Ii laawBaa, UMJ BMN w>'d %  anathrr >TM ,\i. im.ri.jn II rrnry. Uul BBB) B)"BBM k i> %  h l pat (ttr lraniH>rl'Liin l i BMaaj anw Wkaai oi of ihr i aarateaa paaaaaaaal "Baaae •• uk came I'.ii i in Itiihi.liiat I owing tr>> | 1M (he durs. I ASTHMA How to ease the stmin in JO seconds! W/HEN OBatajal \muna makea too gaip fur breath, onr tahlrt ilipped m ihr mouth aMM the •trim o,UKKl*a.iJ rt!-.rncl. Kfiiirmber. Ii i (hit BNM i>n the ayBMM whuti ci'iniiiu.ft (be biggest danger from Atthma Bphaaonc oiiumi Kveral healing *i-nu whi.fi gaMalH ihe (iranaling. gerni laden <. umuUtMm* in the hrmchtal tuh.'i. and m %  HIM nBBl heeathuuj. The agdiaanai onMaacM M M (aaahM r.i inprcti nothing to lUBai '• %  or uneipe^tedl* 'ha i"*k eeaaMi inan H %  %  \m twhhl ataaMam l-or rapitl lanal jrul rWon.hial (JKarra, aiwaya hecp a tuopu .. Aust.i.. .i .. %  tUtry assuming man who has been here. luimiling ejrs now for IT MI. W. w Reti • KI mWhan H ay K. R. K ives a Bound Uka (nil Soil ' lit in ol A mechanic Tiotii Mel It Co. LI in Bldlca r\uaync many time* In iWtlfh C The HoaouraMa the Chief Jttdaa ;iM ,i ihrre is no danaei at a %  %  ii 01 to/3 turning over. wilU The overall lonatti elghl •_..„,, feat olaht Inehea, width rout fnl One wi i of John Randal I I.I.I IPU ol liclmoni. I'ort-of-Spal'. ;|> „„. h ,, i Hnd „ hat B ground proved^lnaupramncourt dmmtmv of rive and 4 hail „I T-inldad and Toto.iR.. on 12th ,„.(„., May. I9S1. hy Chorle* ChrUUe A lon tnr i i s,->miiur sp ,. lnfi ,, otl franl DwunUnc Phllup ilk exeeuion naroad ff| C tion iriock % %  > %  ... .HI ibtindanca of material lr first-clas.MI iaed by Mr Kanneth Ablack, Broadcasting OfAcai in ili< 1 libbaan, who arrived in Baibados vestert on I rail Knds Mr Ablack, Kl V AHI \(K Open City Site Ltted As Car Park H hoaa ami other %  well-knou %  to thousands o( Weal Iji i foi the purpoi i I ill H PhlUp Hewltt-Myrlna PubUr Reuil I to thi %  %  Welfare In Ux Wfeai Indli and Ii thi Wi k arlU arrive In Barbados on Itondas \V I. I'm^raninirs % %  I. ., : Mi Sti.,k. i i the BBC %  %  I to the M'Vcr.ll I lei tli. ir agreeIth 1 tuea; dui %  ing his tta) in Barfaaidoa Mi have aome I with Ihe i in .I i: reply to thi afoot r.. i pmeffl ot broadi kiting Tha woiken BMQ thai they i back to Barbados on Bapll uieir contract, but • •;."j"?:.' '"" %  i % %  <• %  %  %  i >). anj longi-i . 10 them that U be Iranaferred io aoma plan where coinht ion > wen bettei than i ,\. Wa .ini n..t even BWM thai %  i betng Mot bat • i worlm aid They came to i ii the corn crop waa and when aM were OOklng (or a transfer, v., mri ing back %  %  A worker, who was "snap %  r %  with the Iowa %  i oi the Orei n Ol ml Company at Lanark, llnhola, .! he and but fellow camper were uaually awahanad Iwo o'cloea on notnlnfl ii.d sometime, when three BOUM i'lev had nut yet gone to Pmally IWO or three ii h< of (he men wen uaad %  ware left to idla rtnlgjh) DBM ot Una %  kfj %  ., at %  blank when dedUcUona were m which 1.1 i I %  ions, he l. $11 X were taken out %  > eompul ot %  %  ,. |. cenl l %  niiH'iH t.i\ iHii the otl • %  %  %  I fher ..f %  %  %  BoUetton %  Cottla CaJ appeared (or p Inn William i n % %  %  et, v. hull many I %  turned Into B %  %  11. ihe Wi ti Indies, Mi r\blaai aMda "II we were aick, „. '," ''.. ','""' '" " %  "I' ""d Ml 10 work, or otheiId OS recorded thai we r fu nuined i bather tnera would be ;n tr ..!.-. fin i slubliNhniK i central broadcji>:i hot procket, Th. reai whe. • J ';. % %  • % %  / \' are nioon.e,, %  rnormg M who u W#J|(1 d For coni.ois there vbethei thiv felt that a reni breal Ing corn, told ti i* in.fioo aquan „ %  ,,( real advantage to them or lonrj drinc to taka thi uid be whetht i of corn to maintain 11 ; %  •. I them to 1 b,.o' BJO pj and Iha men reopportunities for co-operation betuaCll ,„ W(i h T[K (( „ %  The other Wii 1 wai ,;lin's UM of BelTrinidad, j( -. V( r ;; m ounl proved in | dutch the supreme Court of Trinidad ^...-..i.-ntor hv t %  % %  robagto nn Blh December, ,. _,,, 1030. by the Public Trustee of ;,u v operated Trn Hour Day H iplalned thai tt,. i goould woik um days they wire tnada to work roc ovei ll h rurs. lie lantMiiljneil an oceben the Bald they had WOTked I U [-• %  r preparation fhe accommodation %  WI but .t nilnota, thi sleep hi it i-. Whal a) the Illinois camp I wen alwaj dn tj the workei folng Into them, HI tha* lie had to i Bean til to hi hoine while uan to Beawi n |..i then i, i thi iB WI .i'ke.l II \ICICISO\ S BROAD ST ALARM CLOCKS. luminated I'I.II %  driving Tfir lo-!'. ' Ihe opportunities for co-opera11.,.. a • nment .„,..,, individual Wast Indian ataTrinidad the %  %  %  %  Megan HtltChlni n & Banflcld. bined lKk-up .., So] ,-itoi .ippeared foi th.structure of pleasing lines, conB „ p-1 k After huvinn the land by inten hange of recorded mate" m ' anoutot atrueted on the have to Sal rii fc following wilt* were principle of aluminum BDO ui 180.0 udmltte-l t> probate. : %  • ,. U|] ,| U]> T | 1( .. ., ,. ,,. v few Vf I. ConMB] and siiuab on firing canes, up|( m |[ :)1] ;ill ,.. wlll > could tpb Whttdeld Callender. St. bolstered in %  • I'hillip, Sus--.ii Wilhelmina SeanlleAmple BCOO st hfJd i. Charle Oala, rlded at the n i f Uv ll tf0uW Th. BBC has elreedj pn sed M d Chord Hennetu Black and Ihough iiormaUj ChtW Church: WUUam geem that then ... "r a market It c an ? help In. th. Christopher B^eUe] Caddie. St. two In IB* rroot, Lucy; and Fiancis Jane Sober?, taken down, a to" also of St. Uicy. behind. The choice of (.mani/ali with the West Indian governments top if a market, ii i en) I Landslides Make Havoc Oi St. Andrew Crops %  ii. %  i iiu. suil gave fell %  cofl il the idea nan land Thi ... ,:.\t.. % %  ,. to ....•-..'.: lar itIan l^llde..he uce came werj cop Andrew during was mine." *• the past two monthf and there I waa mtting it up I has been the suggest inn thai if the Original owner piece i .ed ft Ihe bam M i-.imer Hall there sr. r areas the-, would prevent the scree In w--is and some < %  ban heen throv ( Klin. IO II 0 leif^aen and s i Disearl roods are tmpu*>.. tnr B | um Mr. Inghram think cllr: %  p this year will be at least ll %  Beet the Downing Street, as the am is somewhat don rsin month until %  %  i %  ^ting in the nre.i I be •ppotntrrM rit of Mr S %  II Bnd in %  In the Saltern Csrll evldi act ol UH KI-I will sunporl of the n B.C Mr. Ablack said thid I Btranger to Barbado win n "' ailed me f.^Ki they that he served undei Su George .,., ln u at hadtw %  ben SarJKTSr. %  eont and l.ieut in the Home Whitehall. Ixintbsi the roreman told not to leave the Bald %  amp until n p m. ll was only t.ftei lhay reaehad aamp lhat thaj got something to aat We bad no BBS in Amen. .1 |g represent us and that is why they tos 111 Stock JONES SEWING MACHINES. to none In performance but they <-<>Nt hi thai .ni-. othei nuke ol comparable gfllctcmcj BUY A "JONES" AND SEW AND SAVE IIIIIKI Mc.ilrl illi W'.KMI Ii.vrr $99.16 Cnlnl II. I.I. ... ir....ii,mill mi I imp H....I si,.mi $163.52 IIAICIUSOX S Hardware Store TEL. 2364 1 .lit il Xrrirfil! I FRESH SHIPMENT OF I n illv\ mows ALSO 1 lllllk III III IIS I ,11. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. Dliulbttm. ll.tly 11 ii.v had to ihiow away IM acs maal wa, a l.ul. rk> -.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.-.•.-,•.-,•.-.•.•.-.•.•.•.•.. DECREE NISI Sprint; I'r... IMI.II^ .• mil IL. • 111 lll'llioi I ..... ...... at as g-md as last year Seventy. his plantation! Ho Mid that a eight Inehea of ram ha %  mango tree was on that Lrmitihl on hu land from another I^st yc In the C-iurt for Vi Ma" i .-. The ., • the Chief. kge p %  bi UM ill of ll r h.ise. petitioner and 1 K Chase. aidant I B ow imtrm-ted from Be ovhlnd hand. Coi '"' by Mess %  s. Hayne. KPH of Solicitor;, appeared # On l*a K e K Chase white potatoes, a cup of rnilk. lour slices of bread and I %  that meal sometime.. and sometimes at two r/CWtlt) After returning from work. Ihev BOl me. paS I UM four slices o( Li.-.el Vt-orked Sundays "Most of the workers returning with me could hardly pay ear hire II to their nor GrlffUn, ''Lanark" arOrhSI Bl %H. C. onlv l>ren able to t, la! a shirt '^•' The Mark of QUALITY ( ON8ULATE SIIIKTSuiih 2 |MrPtc mlliirs, each SH.91 ..Han iT.-H: S8.I0 and SX.77 WHITE \,iih .iii.n li.il Ijirh GKET, BLUB, t KKA.M. with 2 *rparulc .nlliirv. Kiiih WHITE Sl'OKT SHIKTS with alMTC*. Knell shi.rl ... .,-, Ili\~l Mil PYJAMAS, IMain colours Suil $1155 & S10.99 Slriped S13.93 & Slll.27 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10 73 Broad Si. LWy*V*OW>V/da>V r /illHls THI. II O HI.lt REXALL PRODUCTS we NOW Qffttt (old&liinuen/a Mixture Cotilfh Mixture (liemiral I ....d Cod Liver Oil KmiiMon (MM IHtl As KMI.IITS HRtG STOWS Special Piicv on MOIKS (umoi vii ma cenls each MOIkS BARS I'lipcrnilnl — liar llu.lilii-. i'iiirii|i|>l|. lain I'll. ll..r,l,-.,ii, Nnl Milk Mill. ( J.-rs. Milk I. rw, Nin Milk S. IliMff I'ftt/fh' I'ri-fff . 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22, 1951 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER

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_ Mossadegh Dropping Oil Ultimatum
Will wait until after the British elections

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TEHERAN, September 21. Operation SU LPHO R
JNFORMED sources said on Friday that Premier LONDON, Sept. 21
Mohammed Mossadegh is dropping plans to send King George is to ‘under; go

Bri ‘ . 8 : ° Sere en 19 the near tucere Buck: - j
= ates miata on os oil talks until after inaiem } alace asnounced Exiday that General Eisenhower wants Republican Presidential | LONDON, Sept. 21

é British election next mont . cee by seven doctors said: “The con-}| "oOmination and will work to get it. 5; Within the next’ two yea
The note demanding the re-opening of negotiations, dition of the King lung gives Drummond is one of the best reporters in town. He's just| Trinidad will be in a position

cause for concern

which were broken off last month, will go to London ““King Goorce Ul : to | back from two years as Director of European Information | export sulphur. It will be extra

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By LYLE C. WILSON | . ‘
WARMNGTON, Sept 21. | In Next 2 Years

Roscoe Drummond has returned from Paris with the word | (Prom Our Own Correspondent) |












was known ~ ; â„¢ ai fro the island's by
j ; : says > ana ¢ ‘ for Eco . -operation Administr: h reek >|‘ m wane
soon, but it will be minus the threat to expel within 2," and about in Buckingham | f0r Economie Co-operation Administration. This week he |e ciat plant
15d the 1 British oi ee > Palace indicating that his ailment resumed his post as Chief Washington ( orrespondent for x Para oaaidlly nonin;
ays the last British oil technicians left in Iran. is not of the type that requires the Christian Science | Monitor. lby Trinidad Premier Mr. Alb
It was reliably reported that the i hh rest and quiet — ———___—_—_—_—— Drummond's fret ite the Gomes tenes ic) baaseon ‘wien. he
Switch in tactics is said to be based ° e ; considerable quantity of hos~ | Monitor wes at Kiser ) » t ee s of Colon
“ ~ f tos} ann etgeicyaan A : ‘, * I t t poke it a meeting of olonini
ry Mc gee: piney that Prime ; Sein he Cale tneslt to) frene All Quarters: ' hawer politica ition. Drur representatives in connection with
Minister Attlee could not make ae 7 . rs private nMospitats . 'mond wrote that Fisenhow next. week's Commonwealth Su
any further compromises with Iran} perforn ae cee ne eee 4 i sac 5 |would not be shy. He not only} ply Conference
while fighting ‘an election against} i SSatcnk: — ae BONE | J jw il accept nomination but plans In an interview later Mr. Gome
the Conservatives a _ Pp bese : . want I ORES7 FIRE \to make a frank statement of his|told our correspondent he cot
The main Opposition Party, led s ie ee ae % ot availability for Republican nom-|not divulge any further details a
by Winston Churchill, has advo- eller hed * 7 4 t ae Ring | DES TORYS PART ination well in advance of the/the moment. He would not ’
cated a tougher policy with Iran the last six ionthe.”. He id jnomination convention who was to carry out the oi

The Iranian Cabinet has sche-

a. th Posi aientour hu ’ re ’ ~ Drummond said Eisenhower | extractior Geen be wha
at the King’s cheeks were OF U.S. CIT } ta resign his European military ntltine Bilaht Ba weailable











duled a meeting for tomorrow toa unken and his cheekbones jut- ; qué ities a !
decide what to do with the a ted sharply \Pest gee that time and return export
matum Mossadegh had tried to Queen Elizabeth drove to Clar-| A 20,000 aere forest fire roared |the U.S : 5 In the meantime Mr Gon
relay it to Britain via W. Averell ence House to-day to see Princess} WeStward atiter destroying the] He suid there are Ger tes | pointed out that the West Indie }
Harriman in Washingtor Elizabeth | northeast portion of Fork ana (pnd deaiiion aan a ; a Pre rel needs more sulphur than it eat
Harriman refused; a few days Gives Assent jie ials said it hight not stop Gaeb Gitrt yeas Bay rte ea leet at the moment and it form
ago.—C.P. Queen Elizabeth interrupted her until it reaches the shores of the} “|r, assure that the U.S. will/@n impertant item in West Indic
vacation in Scotlynd to return to, Pacific Ocean | maintain her vigorous and daring} demands at next week's talks
the King’s side this week. She A Navy report said fishing boats] rele of world leade rship
° 7 eancelled all engagements, | were standing by off the town of 2 To prevent Government or | er
Tories Make Queen Mary who is 84, drove to! Lapush to evacuate residents if it|the Republican Party from bein | 7
the Palace Wednesday and was! became necess ry. Nearly 2,000| dominated by what he regards a Wood Is Hurl:
with her son more than an hour’ persons fled ftom Forks yesterday | isolationism | ne . RICKET TIAA { ,
before he received Prime Minister 1. THE BARBADOS CRICKET 1 Wo oarrit in British Gntana for

Capital Of



when the fire raced out of the 3.--To rescue U.S. Foreign pol- | e : hint E . ee ene eek
Clement Attlee to give his assent : ' ; om ‘ork shea cl . > e the tournament which opens at Bourda to day Manager B. A. V
to the request for the dissolution northeast and threatened to engulf |i¢y fom “harsh partisanship eam iI ICRECC Williams i4 first man off the plane followed by Skipper A. M. “Charlie














REVOLT AGAINST ara a fe viele | Oswaldo Tavreso, ¢ oun ‘ lox for Wiesht | Jordat H Dyer
STATE GOVERNOR Undersee. Archibald §. Alexander |the Bt

san Phillips led the Socialist at- bill oO persuade the Radicai

tack on the Stock market boom



iliun Mission in Tokyo,|Seaforth, E, Chase, G in socialist party not to provoke a STORM HEADS
). Gibson ie PE ics ved his Govern FOR MEXICO —















soevees to bates ie volte to RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 21 signed an order authorising the| ‘ omaehiias oF t Steee ti met " men 1 oS ire yen rei eee IC

the “big business” party. Refer- President Getulio_ Vargas was| Quartermaster Corps to buy]? oneer a fe ’ “Te ‘ Mee eae ae ME ce St oy - NEW ORLEANS, Sej

ring to the big rise in stock prices expected to order Federal inter-|109 900,000 pounds of beef from DIODSNEY Cars — a ia tg S in} } ra roo + vee es ety 3 linge! jut even as the Assembly corr A small tropic al storm }

he said.” This is clearly big bu vention in Maranhao State to quell | foreign countries j; ernment is se Be ee y ea nat hs ke Ww ™ ve ke eit ' |pleted action on this ticklish | gusts up to 60 miles per

ness cashing in on fervent _ hopes jan armed revolt there against the Contempt of Court: Congre | grants te cultivate jute and rami is ac wi aH “i an i nee problem, Pleven was faced with | ranged in the lower Gulf of Me

for a Tory victory at the polls State government j sional probers considered Sear iia and to process them . 3 ohne al nev v mes D ot hard| new problems following the pa and was expecte oh the M

The only way to prevent ex- Federal troops controlled the contempt citations toda ain is Py The dispatch said Varga p eh a nia Af Ke Pe rea mis age last night of the Socialist | ¢an mainland late th ifter?

ploitation of the people by State capital of Sao Luiz but the}, parade of doitevbgaes — y posed to send his special envoy hitting a smat Seafor h, al ~|measure providing for automati UP
‘ 3 é $1 Penteado to Japan next January!rounder, Chase the Berbican increases in wages when the cost —_—-~

c a city’s normal activities were vir- refug bek 1. the . ¢ | | of
H.M. THE KING tually paralyzed.—U.P. refug pehine he Constitutior to negotiate the Sending of 3,000} candidate who has made team On| of living goes up five per cent

who refuse to answer questions] J ipanese immigrant families to| his first attempt, is a slow medium The “ADVOCATE”

profiteers is to make sure of
resounding Labour victory on



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Labour S lit of Parliament as a preliminary to the entire community But th» a tee iat’ Bizenhower ba { Taylor Next comes cricket euthnusiast G. BL “Teddy” Jone proprie
pp the forthcoming General Election work of 100 volunteers who stayed |" 1 ng arta leita A Wart By O. S. COPPIN tor of the Dairies, who has gone to watch the game
Four doctors visited King behind to fight the onrushing oe ay ee a os aes wis . y 21
ae . , ‘ . thar ere judgement and dedu GEORGETOW N, Sept, 2
LONDON, Sept 21 George to-day for the third time flames confined the blaze to the lor The Barbados tes hose foi
The Conservative Press made in 24 hours, deepening public con- [northeast sector of the city. | He id: “I have reason to be | the “First Test whicl eens Y, > 7 XL"
major capital of the split inside cern over the King's condition Press Rights: The Standirg}jeve that this report faithfully and | Be orde Saturday wilt Meet tc AID V O TI hk 'D fi OR hi Ri \ CH
the Labour Party between Attlee | Sir John Weir, the King’s physi- |Committee of Congressional news factually reflect Eisenhower | wiek ah ea a Car ld Weod who
oe Ex-Minister Aneurin Bevan uw in, are thre pecialists spent an jreporters voted unanimously to political intentior He cou! | hae his { : el 7 ora tice and n v "| | 7 ( S
whose lates f ot ging 10 and 20 minutes at the Pal- ; . - eae ’ Inger & actice and na é
ee late % pamphlet urgir g| bare ei shee, Hh ite a e Pal ontinue Russian news agency change them. I doubt he will peen advised by the doctor not tof / J A t Ss 4 ah
Deere a = fear cet eee stahas The ha’ dot aGstors. otattei Tass press gallery privileges be- Drummond writes from a sound | tage part in the First Test. "
ao ee the King yesterday morning and |c@use the “principles of the free|background of political realism.) gkipper Charlie Taylor ha PARIS, Sept. 21
= eg are ; : ie : v¢ . oor press cannot be upheld by abridg-}|Unlike many stories of Eisenhoy Jecide , ae Se ta te ‘if, Uf dacitud i alsks Mies E . ( renee . Foe
Bevan and his S000, Sr tried last night , tis ing them.” er’s political intentions and of the : citer So the job a . be THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY enacted into law a Bill
to claim that General Eisen- Nine prominent doctors—inelud- . at ¢ his baskers, Drummona's| "&C@s#2ry Conrad Hunte can b : had
hower supports a smaller re-{ ing the four who continued attend- The American Society of News- eens * So wig “challenged the Pressed into service Schoolboy Biv ng direct aid to Catholic schools. By a vote of 27 )
armament thesis and used ‘| ing the King—issued a bulletin|paper editors urged earlier this a Boo which some of the /Cammie Smith has been named| 236 the Assembly passed@ahe second r@ading of the contro
quotation of jhis..out. of context Tuesday _— saying “structural |month that. Tass employees he Pn oral’s frienas seems td have| twelfth man. versial bills which almost brought the fall of Pleven
to “support” the charge that the changes” oceurred in one of the {banned from capitol press galleries forgotten —UP The team now is Taylor, Walcott, Coalit Gh . - bef } tau flrat D ey
West has overestimated King’s lungs which have been |where they are on equal footing . : . Marshall Farmer, Proverbs aition Government before the measure was first passed
tussia’s military strength. erecting pam for ad months with United States newsmen. - Atkinson, Bradshaw, Greenidge, | Pasa eee teas 1¢ Upper House on September 10
The Times of London’ was No further explanation wa Dancer Praised: Cuban dancer leek Brancker, Holder and Hunte | assage of the bill ended the, closed in protest against the Gov
shocked and said that the claim offered and the British people are Alicia Alonso was highly raised by Brazil Seeks | bi @ i lt VE ich all but monopolized ernment move to push down the
Savana ) clearly unwarranted as waiting anxiously o hear just |New york morning papers for her ° ‘ The British Guiana’s team is sf the ‘poli ical scene ere for mo oaring price of meat at retail
to take the breath away.” eo Ur. eT dancing of “Giselle” in the ballet | Jap Immigrants fouewe: 5. Bod. Ges (Cept >| or Pi matt fnes “eat ele eee
: : 4 ' i tks | K L. Thomas, G. A. Camacho, B.| for Pleven whose repeated at-| ing —UP
Labour Party Secretary Mor- = - . SLOALIN opening at the Metro-| TOKYO, Sept, 21 Paton Leslie Wight Nort jtempts to compromise ind hi
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October 25. We have always known about Co Row t
é Communism in Hollywood ettleli Mat Gros Province.| bowler, but turns the ball botn Mhere i growing conten
i “Ene i nies , J 2 Y lato rosso rovin ,
sa Porie i the on . big N A TT C i One witness after another refused sy , u.p. / ways throughout the nation Som pays for NEWS
yuSiness. “Conservative Sir David oune e e to testify on gr . 3 ae > { uit th
n . J grounds of possible 11,000 Pari ixi drivers quit the .
Maxwell Fyfe made a_ reverse ® s - . oo self incrimination , ; streets yesterday in protest Dial 3113

“class watfare” charge accusing '

| Labows of adie ig industry” a bat- : f ye : ee Way to Argentina: French e e against tie om - that the y un Day or Night ‘
tle Of & Glad wat” m a Hea r tens italians Sa arrive gr ce oa W.I. Will I av © O I Ce re Most Pari , ute 1 ¢ r shop were a - ~- ———— —
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Latest poll published today} se route to Ruenos Aires
showed Conservatives _ still ROME, Sept. 2!. An Active Part: British Foreign ‘
: THE FORTUNES of Italy’s anti-Communist Govern- ;Secretary Herbert Morrison de | Aa e ~ , 4 \ Veg
ince a month ago. Forty-nine ment grew brighter with the North Atlantic pledge to parting homeward aboard the upp y Ss “uw
For Full- - ii me Lnjoyment..

per cent of the polled favoured!

favourites but Labour moving up
; ie a ho ae ee 9 ae Queen Mary refused to discuss the
Conservatives now compared with revise what Italians regard as their “humiliating” peace |

British election but when asked if



























£0.5 per cent in August. Thirty-| treaty of World War II. es he would take an active part ir (From Our Own Correspondent) |
nine per cent favoured Labour| | Segments of the anti-Communist, aspirations the campaign he said: “You can be LONDON, Sept. 21
compared with 38 per cent in! Press gleefully concluded that the Of equal importance to De Ga | re of that.” , ling Albert Gomes ot
August, ceiling of 300,000 placed on the) peri was the decision of the Ottawa “garding the Ottawa conference tepresentatives of the colonies including Alber 10m
—U-P. | Statian armed forces by the un- Conference to take steps towa | neon Stoveisen etfe os sare a Trinidad will have a chance next week to speak up for
~ “Dikta’ a. os 1 «| Ps g — n of ~armame mm Sé am impresse ‘ fi . vita e y
peers a wae a eed, as Se RN is eh i re-i with the desire to reach agree themselves at the Conference on ( an alth Supply Oo
ad, anc é aly was a a ) Né he ers. r ‘ on ¢
jaf Test t ment which we did on all standing raw materials and manufactured goods lis is contrary *
’ full and equal partner in West- Italy has 4,000,000 tota or pat id ; : bi oe Anta ‘oat
TO-DAY S WEATHER r rn defence against Communism, | tially unemployed, many : ictoric he previous expectations, as 1t wa understood they were simp
CHART To most Italians Ottawa was are closed or are closing for lack He emphasized “If there is real attending as adviser:
resented as a satisfactory if not! of credit or raw 1 il nd the | evidence of a change of heart o Gomes is expected to speak fo
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. omplete victory for Premier! winter campa p 2a} the Soviet bloc, we must not lost the t Indies particularly on tne
Sunset: 6.00 p.m. Alcide de Gasperi began this weel th a str ( of| 0
pres Full dé t as & ts another general elec-) civil servant A wealthy N Tat TO;
ighting: 6. pm. } ti on ittle more than a year) member nd that mear princi-|
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me poe ta a laa oo j and there is no doubt that the! pally the United State n. give Packing Cases ‘al vhich have been held |
Low Tide: 1.34 a.m, 12.44 p.m. Ottawa pledge and its fulfilment! Italy’s economy ig boost by) RELIEF FUND eek between Colonial representa~ |
aot be cited by De Gasperi’s forces| placing orders with Italian fac Wanted For a ca tives and Whitehall officials ther |
as an achievement towards Italy’s' tories. U.P. ANOTHER quiet step ye i fecling of satisfaction that tl \

terday and the Fund moved a cage in respect of uppl alloca
little way farther along the tions will cornmand more

road School opened thi t this Conference that at an; |
week, and the pupils of an previou conference A vritte
other one seized an early op- tatement of Colon

portunity to add their quota Colt

Relief Parcels

Ove 250 packages of clothing
have now been received at
Ghisen Park by the Hurricane
Relief Organisation, for the hur-
ricane sufferers in Jamaica.
The sorting and packing of the
irticles began veahacany morning
but there is an urgent need for

ittentior |

AFTER THE BIG BLOW

requirement

ail vic oints on tk

1 cy tao be presente
There is yet room, however 4 finalised tonight at

for more contributions, and it .

eeting between Colonial repre



is hoped that this

tative and Whitehall offi



our chance for peace U.P. rucia) question of freedor
obtain goods from dolla area
ADVOCATE J’CA At the conclusion of preliminat













packing cases The organiser DAILY REMINDER with Mr. Dugdale present for the |
of the relief drive are therefore ‘ first time |
igain appealing to merchants i ew serve on ye ; fe Success
who have promised . to send Aeneas you to bring in your One conerete Iced ilread
packing cases, to do so quickly, jonation. ichieved in preliminary talks h
as the first shipment of article: To-day is the best day to been the ecision in connecti
for Jamaica is expected to go by bring it in. Yesterday has with hipping problems in tiv
the S.S. Colombie on October 3% gone West Indies and other territorie
| Gifts of saucepans, drinking Why not to-day? to have bilateral talks between ,
ups, tinned stuff, and the like, | i eile ndividual territorie concerned |
vould be especially welcomed at ree seg pee the Ministry of ‘Transport. |
" this time, one of the organiser ir: & Mrs, Mores 00 These talks are expected to take |
4 old the Advocate yesterday. B. Barne : 2.0 place at the Ministry of Transport |
The gift of a mahogany read Mr. & M r I “i lin the course of the next week. |
, ing lamp has been given to the babe Coneck) Moment \ ir arrangement has been |
Churchwarden of St. Michael Staf f ‘ r talks in 1 on to oii!
jthe principal organiser f the re ymp . ‘ roduct f
ief effort, as a contribution. TI fs i ¢ ants + as Lir
will be raffled at two shilling â„¢ offic t} '
loer chance in the hope that Canadian Bank of .
substantial money contribution Commerce The ne of th or
might be made thereby towards nt x M of , nital good ery 48
the velief effort. Royal Bank of Canada Ut ylonies emerged. pre
Ar the 4 }
, a 1 ”)
| Rev. Mayhew Dies oueniae
Barelay’s Bank ; ,
; From Our Own Correspondent) | DC. & O { fere ext week n-!
| PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 21, | Mf? 1 tt f the not
| Rev. Dr. William Mayhew, 84, | . Pt om B
| fe inder and Pastor of the African | f €
4 PILE OF RUBBLE is all that remains of this shop in Morant Bay, St. Thomas. This section of |Method’st re cue n _ | | ‘
norn. 20TT sar Dbagcos
the town got the full blast of the hurricane as was most of the town nic ne 4G can "i go. DA LURES rea ae } @ On Page 3 (ncn: AARNE SAAR Sc


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© Men Talks About PERSIAN PLAY ATTACKS FREE HOSPITAL
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50 Men By ‘BRUTAL BRITISH FREE hospital car 2
LE hospital care for people omen ,
ver 65 promises te be a big issue REDS NEED CASH

IR ERROL DOS SANTOS, ‘ Ca . Ro k tte M ‘ a a ee : the U.S. general election next THE REDS used t -

Pusitenia ti the Boaracet Di. With roni Ltd. cKe Oo ars __ (From KENNETH MACAULAY : Teheran) year. One of President Truman’s gages wicked
rectors of “B.W.I.A. Ltd. and Mr R. AND MRS. ROGER PER- | DR. WERNHER von BRAUN THE PERSIANS have put on a jolly little dramatic |high official is pushing the for oppress ’
Jolin Rabr. the ompany Act RIN of Trinidad, arrived by| wartime head of the German _ entertainment at a theatre in Isfahan south of Teheran heme ; now the mane
ing General Manager, were in- B.W.LA. on Wednesday with their | search station at Peenemunde. and it is a play about the horrible British, and could be billed |, "opulat ion experts say that be- Party age
transit passengers trom Trinidad little son Robert whom they have/ designer of the V2 rocket, has < this way :— fore the year 2,000 one-fifth of homes y 22
ed B.W.LA. yesterday f An- brought to put into school at the| lan for landing 50 men on Mars hae 1 | ve s people will be 65 or on part raise bail
igua Lodge. They expect to be here a. peated ee ule ~ THE TIME: Any moment now./| °*° nee r

Wan nant rida asin ck toe! Dr. Von Braun, now in {the THE SCENE is set in the des- Drake a huge pipe sticking
Rural Dean | \"nited States, sent a pape ; ert hills of Masjid-i-Sulaiman, ¢,. . s . Tritt ee —
Hotel Royal paper u h: of beds a an Ef from his mouth is threatening tc -
T 430 tomorrow ternoon, Mr. Perrin is ‘Transport Man- | it which was read at the ne ee Willier: tcnos Arey. kill a senior Persian official with ee pee in| ! ‘
d \ Rev. A. F. Mandeville, Rec- aietel terloo ai -ongress on Astronautics jooman, — . *» his bare hands. How dare he ’ “DALLAS” B'TOWN THE DAMNEI
tor of Christ Church will receive — x. ab he ae Estate, Caroni| | | planetary Fo" | rae , Inter- eae cae made Anglo- silow the Persians even to think| Technicolor) PL AZA DIAL 2310 | DON'T CRY”
his commission as Rural Dean of oe ’ ps ge , = of nationalisation roars Drake os ~ - — ~

Mich the Lord Bis ones “Once the technique of estab- THE TIME is 1901. » Waaeal sam tne’ idtattod: it -DAY 4.45 ar ak | —pialet diineiltb vii
BF oe ners a am Lane ee Good Buildings In W.I. lishing satellite rockets in stable D’Arey has just got the first oil The Persian begs hor. justice, Ag ijt 9 iB oe dentate seb aaityoan = cen
at the Parish Church orbits around th ~arth " : odes J Bot not mercy. Drake is just about to} “ WOMAN ON PIER $3.’ & * FIGHT FILM”

Rev. Mandeville succeeds R. AND MRS. W. McALPINE} these can ‘be used to reft ) Government: He and this von aim fell him to the ground when the| Return Mateh
C ac shinson a, ue! Government. He and his men are , a ; cer tea ; = ei - eturn Mateh!
Archdeacon Hutchinsor M JACKSON of : Tete S tier rockets,” says Dr. Von celebrating by heating a few et ay aa ae ee | 4 ca ‘ sig = nav ri Randy TURPIN ~ Sugar Ray ROBINSON
: England who arrived ere on| Braun Persians a sian mm Stalwart, justice-givi oi ch- | John Aga: omas Gomez HIGHLIGHTS { LOW MOTION!
In Aid of Poppy Fund gla SS Gelhte peid| ersians to death to teach them jicians from Russia come in. ae —— “a ao
ICKETS in aid of the Poppy Monday by the 70) Pp | to work harder. he - ie tow SPECIAL TO-DAY 9."0 a.m. and 1.30 p.m
Bee na geen a visit to Trinidad and returned | in Spaceships There are a lot of imported*,,2%¢ noble liberators tear down| en
Fund special effort are now on Thursday night by B.W.1L.A. women running around to cor- ‘he picture of King George above||| CODE of the LAWLESS & ARIZONA TRAIL
on sale in every parish. They They are staying at the Ocean Interplanetary flight would then rupt Persian youths. The English Drake’s desk trample on_ the Kirby Grant—Fuzzy Knight Tex RITTER
re “8 a Oe Ss Megare View Hotel until the ship returns| become possible, even using pres- laugh to see such fun. Union Jack and heave Drake out | — oe
Cave a and “Co., Ltd. { here on its way back to the —s hemical propeliants. e tempestuous applause. Cur; | phy, colene = =
every Monday. guns. poe wet i United Kingdom. rout 50 men with supplies Aet 2 in. | > OISTL ‘ a y
oo. a Sy ats <. _ ee sina nes ce gia An architect, Mr. Jneisotn is | eit aaa on _ Mare in three ooh as Now present at the first night} PLAZA Dial £406 me AE s ¥
wi re § and ere Wi pe * : 2 p a -ton rockets. ‘HE SCE - 2 - - . “ 4.30 and 8.30 pr Be [IN — § f s
a ‘ Resta - paying his first visit to the est | SCENE (1s Abadan. ede eee e ehisintes ; : n I 2} ST. JAMFS
eer ns a elect | “es er sae the fact thet. Indies He said that from what | They would abandon one of t).¢ Tae TIS Many years later. Rocstane po cordon aki rhino ath om TO-DAY & TOMORROW § P.M
Bip ogg igimaramatamaantalonae will not kill any ne he has seen, there are some| |surface, and return to ss waiting A poor Persian woman ap- divisional ‘commander ; Randy Turpin - Sugar Ray Robinson eines ese
, . surprisingly good and modern} jarent ‘spa walling proaches a group of arrogant oil- © 7. Pp te geal Also the Double Feature “BACKFIRE
a ace ships in the remain- . . The British Embassy felt it “BEAT THE BAND"
Together After Four Years buildings in these parts. | ing two peek ee begs for a crust. Pite- was not good encugh that two} Frances Langford = | am < ar Foor” =
35 FLORENCE BAXTER On Honeymoon S School | These, in turn with three of the = ged a out her baby Jich high-ups should counten- TARZAN AND THE, HUNTRESS ee i Af FOO!
vas See Miss ‘Maric R. AND MRS. DAVID LUE Brought on to Schoo (ah rare wens - abandoned AP ya wicbine oilmen start lash Mate the tes pibent or of His a Ra edol? "igs tt Ke } Te
anc F cousin, Miss Marie rere ently arrie ; a in ‘the Martian orbit. ; 7 ena ty’s portrait and the non- Special To-day 9.30 a.m ake ee
Jeremy, who were born and edu- j) eee ae echabes RS. MERVYN GRELL, wife . ing the woman. They beat her 5, or “4 ih aise Uni rp rake ig SINGING “SHERIFE" & 2. Suakall ehancaaiee ae tee ond
cated in Bucharest, are now iM 6) their honeymoon staying at the of Major Grell, Director of | Expensive, But— almost to death and do so with a Y ’ ‘ STAGECOACH BUCKAROO” po heroin ieee aeons gach :
Barbados on their first holiday pote! Royal. They expect to re- Grell & Co,, Commission Merchants | light laugh. The baby falls from So this morning Embassy M#DNITE To-nite ~ rate. 2
visit to the West Indies. turn on Octetiar © P of Trinidad is now here for a| The 70 men would return ‘to the woman's nerveless grasp and Counsellor George Middleton} connec IN MANNA TAN AYSTERY ee ag is TH GUEST
° . > ee ober aig c cell a

Both free Inncers, Miss Baxter “wy [ue is with West Indian Oi] holiday staying at the Ocean View| ?@rth in seven space ships, being rolls woodenly across the stage. went down to the Foreign Office.| “BOSS OF BOOM TOWN?” ‘DAWN ON THE GRE sF orve|
works in America for Free Eu- {ndustries and his bride, the Hotel, She arrived on Thursday | ace one stellite orbit by enous a act 3 The Foreign Minister’s deputy Rod Cameron and Fuzzy Knight | Buck Jone
rope Radio Station on the Over- former Miss Phyllis Ahong is Sec- evening by B.W.1.A., accompanied } lt, a tt r ' - th ie Aaa aict . : said that \the presence of the —
seas ; Programnds seen oe retary to the Manager of the Esso by her son Edward who will be| whe whale expedition eid tun apeNe is we ae bg high-ups was a See ys f a
and broadcasting, anc Ss vere= Standard Oil Co., in Port-of-Spain, going to school at Lodge | ; ee jorramshah of Eric Drake, instructions wold be sent for} 1
thy works in London on ed sre a r ‘Mrs, Grell expects to be in ee chat tiavie here - gencral manager of the Anglo- the play to be taken off. | AQUATIC CLUE CINEMA (Membe:s Only)
aoe oe a, SROaneaT a tides Trinidadians Take Barbados until Thursday. |paratory supply operation,” says frantan Oll: Company. —LES. MATINGE: TO-DAY at 5) PM

as i “ “or ar ans~ * " . Pr } TONIG to MONDAY NIGHT, at 8.30
lator. Time Out Back Home | Dr. Braun. : | Universal-International present
. 3 3AN “It would admittedly be expen- . watt

They had not seen each other M's PETER G, MORGAN of} | ly > B. B. C. R di Shelley WINTERS * MacDonald CAREY
fer four years and decided to R. GEORGE LEb LUM, Civil St. Lawrence Hotel, arrived | tive, ne the expenditure adio ee ne Helena CARTER
spend «vacation in Barbados to- Engineer attached to the firm jn the island on Thursday night vould hing small sutiete ed to cur- in “SOUTH SEA SINNER”
gether and afterwards tour the of Messrs Watkins and Partners. by B.W.I. Airways from Miami, rent armament hudgets. “SATURDAY, Sept 22, 1951 Asahi Behind the News with Luther ADLER * Frank LOVEJOY and
Wes+ Indices. Miss Jeremy arrived Architects of Trinidad, arrived Florida, where she visited her [Dr. Von Braun’s paper was 11:25 a.m. Sport of Miisic,-11.45 a.m. 745 p Peter Keane, 8.00 p.m. Radio LIBERACE New Sensation of the Piano!
from London in the S.S. Gas- here earlier in the week by mother. Mrs. Morgan who was} read by Lieut -commander F.c +} erarnmne Parade, 18 {noon} The News, News e@15 p n Conneners ore A From the Sensational Screenplay “East of Java”

Pp . . eee News Analysis eek, &.97 p.m tadio eatre
cogne on September 13 and Missy eran aot ae two ee away for four weeks took Eastern; Dyrant, a U.S. naval officer on too — eis oe An iniG:ta pete rhe, Nace. 16,20 pom latariodl
Baxter came in the same even- is ay $ accompanied by Airlines from Florida to Puerto| jeqye in London, who is serving at — — seanedeerionn ne 10.15 p.m. Henry Hall’s Guest Night Se eee =>
ng by B.W.LA, from San Juar ig bare ee of rt Trini- Rico and completed her voyage | the United States rocket station at 4 sey ay: ae News, 4.10 pm. Inter- 19/45 p.m. Yours Faithfully
a fe Pg Pl hy oh yo a am Laundry and they are w BW... ong 4 —y Jevee ude, 4.15 p.m. Rugby Lea Foot
where she had spent a couple 0B. .ing at the Hotel Royal. Yt? B.W.LA. leted the | “te Denmark, New Jersey.) hail, 4.20 pm. Interlude, 4.30 pm C.B.C. PROGRAMME
days on her way down from New : > - ee ean Hotel —L.E.S Cra! Peotiie 6:00 Gras LGorknovare - oF
York. They are both staying at™ . eo. purchase 4, the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, SATURDAY, Sept. 22, 1951 ’ x y
~~ soe eae ad sees} Paid Short Visit two hours before she arrived. 6.00 p.m.” Music for Dancing, 6.45 pm. st wea a EMPIRE ROW AL
iss axter expects Da ~ 7 . rrr ? Sacks . eo a's TO BE a t a :
on Sunday morning by B.W.LA. M one Wis saree’ To Attend Road Congress / OVE IS Ts ae a ce ee Aa Bee 10.35 p.m naar TODAY & TOMORROW
for San Juan and then go on to Sik —— ea Billineton ee AJOR AND MRS. MICHAEL 7.00 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. News 11.72 Mcs. 25.60 M OPENING TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.15
New York. She will however ; - 'Trinid: ‘cl PREVITE of Trinidad, arriv- 7 ‘
return to Barbados to rejoin her ne eee be Wik be ed yesterday morning by B.W.LA, . er ae ts anemia & Continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.3 | Columbia Big Double
cousin who will be staying on : aiet olsit “herh, | *.. and are staying at the Ocean View
ay a short visit here. He is Wha , i
here for about two months before P@yInB as : .. Hotel, They brought with them ‘ ie . ‘
visiting some of the other islands. West ae iad _ eae their. son Anthony whom they| |; 3 oe HER”, ne Mitvert aunt and the Sorcerer—29 ee T ge |
ie ans . yes qian isiands 0! . ya) lz he Lodge. tanle rey, aged 23, as if that it
eit TRS ie toca” _ begs nee Gin 3 ae staying “ Weeding Stee a of Trinid: ad | ought te explain polis Fig But i eB the
; . es at the Ocean View Hotel, Lake Asphalt Co., Major Previte | }the police in Tampa, Florida, | : eat American |
2 a C.A./| thought otherwise. They are hold- |
uadeloupe Merchant expects to leave to-day by T g y
G AND arte JEAN SARKIS Venezuelans Return Home for Lisbon wore where we a ing Hubert on 10,000 dollars bail. |
a ees coe + attend the nternationa oac ay ’ idnap- :
of Guadeloupe who came ove: FTER spending two weeks’ Congress cn behalf of his com-| pana srg accuse es of ee . “f |
here last week by B.W.1.A., with ide oe . ; i ;ping his former wife rs. Be + |
. holiday here staying at the pany, He will be accompanied by | : x |
their three children who have re- 4546) Royal, Dr. and Mrs, J. his wife Fraser, at gun point, holding no VR
anes an ta. = a eae te Iturriza of Caracas, Venezuela, re- Ret 2 To-d i exer "k DoD oe "aeee hes ; tie a
onvent, 0 esaa) ° . . o-da 7 ’ - r hes
m4 turned home yesterday by air. eturning y | ¢-
eh Son eee ee =, They were accompanied by their ETURNING to Trinidad this father es b ro aM
= “al av anin i the Hotel Royal, two children, afternoon by B.W.I.A. after}
“Mr. Sarkis is. a. prominent , DF. Iturrizags a chemist and pro- spending | two weeks. holiday CROSSWORD ;

Naan? -ineBolnt~n Pitre fessor at a University in Caracas. staying at the Hotel Royal, are .

merchant in Point-a-Pitre. Mr. Cecil Maingot of the Bel- At length the black warrior sees he strides away to a clearing where | | comma rctuits wots § JOHNNY
Engi In C For Three Weeks mont Orphanage and Mrs. Main- that he and Rupert cannot under- he dumps him on the ground. At |

ngineer In aracas PENDING about three weeks’ got and Mr. Andrew Maingot, stand each other, so he decides on his call, the dark lady and her | WEISSMULLER
M*. COAG men holiday in Barbados are Mr. Commissioner of Income Tax, oad plan. pad he pane a People on running out =? | U c

OUS' and eir e : Tri ad. upert’s arms to his sides with his u e big man beat | a
two children of Caracas, Vene- @"d Mrs. N. S. Nanton and their aynae On Holid own scarf, and ties his hands strange tattoo on a of drum, | UNGLE JIM .
zuela. who arrived here two three children Gloria, Norma and nm rloliday together with a piece of fibre. wane I don’t like this a bit!’ | PYGMY
weeks ago by B.W.I.A. expect to John, They arrived on Sunday R. F, H. BENTO, merchant of Then, tucking him under his arm, whispers Rupert. |
remain until about October 5 by the Lady Nelson from St. Vin- Antigua and his wife who| ISLAND
staying ‘at the Hotel Royal. cent and are staying at the Hotel were holidaying here for the pas-| = j | -

Mr Loustaunau is customs Royal. twelve days staying at the Hotel . the | Aan Savage a
engineer with International Mr, Nanton is a parrister-at- Royal, are expected to remain for COMMUNITY CHOIRS tory | scans Steven Geray
Business Machines in Caracas. Law in Kingstown. another three weeks. ASSOCIATION 2 cia

0 2 Anc
~ ——___—_—— se SEARS Y 20.1
2 a PRESENTS ! Valerie and AMERICAN COLUMN: Across MEMORIAL Ben Hogan! iu | im the Hottest Spot on Marth
1. Outside the law. (7) J. = u | 6 wits , nee
8. Must be driven to work. (4) } ao | “A YANK IN KOREA
e e 9. Near a battle ground. (5) | a |
> 11. Vulgar shoemaker ? (4) | sie | Starring
The Penny Crisis iE act ath, 1p | tows mace | Sn
15. Sort of respect. (3) FOLLOW THe SUN - JUNE Hayoc on MeCALLISTER with
16. Almost all roads? (6) to th 8 William sil” PHILLIPS
» . ” > 5 e late
NEW YORK Thank you's” says Edrie Van “Salute to America”, But she will] 3% paceals, Diss, Sree Us spirit. (9)

Pennies 15 pennies made of Dore of the Hartford (Connec- not be viewed all across Amewica| 22, Ebb and flow. (5) Fr W HOPKINS scpicliiieianind napiaeiaesccedeaniciatoaaiia dees
copper — threaten to bring the ticut) Times after her first visit like her father was on the coast- a HOtD. 9. & Compe. ke) (3) . . i se
whole rearmament programme to to England. And she tells her to-coast TV last night from San 25. Hue. (4) M.A, OLYMPIC ROX
a halt. readers that the chief difference Francisco, @ . CHEATS 26. Revel—the ae surely, (5) 4

They present the difference be- petween Britons and American® i SCHOOL FO SHEATS w | by 5
tween what thousands of copper that Britons are more honest, HOW TO CHEAT at dice or he Sg RR Stone aN | TO-DAY to MONDAY | we 2 beg
miners and smelters want an hour TEA PARTY, 1951 cards is a required United States 3. & loin one . a is) Massed Choirs 4.30 & 8.15 |
in higher wages and what their nd i + Ade Army course at Camp Atterpury,| §° A°man of ‘fashion maybe, (7)
employers are willing to pay. BOSTON is the Massachusetts Indiana. Lessons are designed to 6. Foals knew by its droo when it Police Band pineiinas dennis itieananas yi & UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL presents

A fortnight ago the tirst men city which staged the famous Tea protect G.Ls from tricksters. Says was winter, (4, 5) 5 Guest Artist :
walkeq out of the biggest hole dug Party (1773), dumped British tea gehoolmast:r Tim Mulloy: “Dice is Pe Ebitio leave she ey ri i” Maria MONTEZ — Jon HALL
in the ground by man — the mile- into the harbour and drove the 4 game that a man shouldn't play, 13. Beech’ 8 gift to ships (4), 8) at |
wide i pit ily og i ve? eee’ ae i even with his mother.” 18. fe" consumes. ‘a litre. 6) , | in
Bingham, Utah. Quickly the s rike American colonies ar o de- CAT RACKET . Ceremony. (4)
spread through the industry. pendenc e. Now Boston is going tO KIND-HEARTED Mrs. Annella Solution of yesterday's puztle— Across: GLOBE TH EK A i Ri een “ ALI BABA

Copper is one of the three have a “British fortnight” at a pamonds. 76, has handed outamore 1, sein fs ver: 10. “Albacore, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 4.30 AND THE |
metals—the others are steel and leading store. te will feature a than 2.000 onesdollar bills to small| 3 16: ‘Taft; is |. Stay; ag ‘Lever: | || sir cleaves aaa PROGR AMME | :
aluminium—on which the whole big display of British merchandise, boys at her home in Houston, gs Biborate; 8 rad, Mane a races: “For 5 Gi re Pea” mo aves "No 231 | FORTY THIEVES "
rearmament programme rests. It crafts, motor-cars—and tea. Texas, in the last ten months. It Fontae*te 8 Oy site mr & enn 2 CONCERT OVERTURE: “IN MEMORIAM Sir Arthur Sullivan ;
fixes the upper limit of what a ) 3 oe Tye: 20. Ore, * é | %. UNACCOMPANIED ANTHEM: By Chapman's Lane Choir—‘‘Winter | 2

ig \ - ATOM CUTIE began when she saw two boys) “*° © 4. SOPRANO SOLOS: Nell Hall — In Flaming Technicolor s
America can produce ‘ rs ay > York Stoning a cat last Hallowe’en, She (a) “On Wangs oft Song Mende =

; stepped FIFTH-AVENUE in New York * & em . so 7 .

So President Truman steppec 4 save them dollar bills to stop | ib) “The Sanctuary of the Heart Kete ibe | .
in. His attorney-general, Howard aw its first atomic-age depart- 8 bs . al a) mtud CLOBE. [ | 5. UNACCOMPANIED ANTHEM: New Orleans’ Choi and S
McGrath, filed suit for a court Ment store open today, Radiac Soon legions of small boys arrivec | : ‘Thou Didst Turn Thy Face From Me'—Thomas Attwood an ®°

os bh natiis a Inc, sells atom supplies to at her door with cats about to be TODAY and Continuing | 6 CLASSIC CHORALE: The Band | °
injunction at Denver, Colorado. uranium prospectors, doctors, tortured. | einer 5 : ADDRESS OF ‘APPREGIATIc hy eae | Rod CAMERON battling Lawless

The injunction would end the pane tay taehnidiara enaineees Today the police nipped off the | 2 and 8.15 p.m. Wa 1. UNACOOMPANDED ye NU Re : D _C. Brathwaite | Renegades to build the Bloodiest
strike for 80 oa mH ‘aa order t re ind aivil, vietenbe-werkar cat racket, Eleven boys were ar- | McDONALD CAREY Think O Lord in Mer | Highway in the West
-or anies t ake le men back “'G ” we , etn: ‘ Pais ° ¢ | ORATORIOW—-E er from
aa tha ean tis a back Geiger counters, which detect * a and turned over to their| TA MES t “O Rest ni ae cee
rae abe aan -ray y come special Pirents. | Jesse JAMES ist: William Clairmonte ‘ “WA

During the 80 days they, with A-rays, now come in_ speci al J ; i Bia: bees See ok | ee IHE OLD TT
the Government as umpire, will models. Samples: Stpersniffer, the || IDEAL HUSBAND WENDELL COREY | BAN) “star of God" ae Eas

yse Ferret, the Snooper for uranium EMMA HOMEYER, 42, had her ee (>) “The Lord's Prayer e | 7 |
work out a settlement about those as TRAIL |
prospectors, the Cutie-pie for marriage annulled in Los Angeles . , 10. INSTRUMENTAL ITEM: Bandsman Lovell |
15 pennies. ea Pons | attar her husbasid, Cheries. 6 hod Frank JAMES | “Trumpet Concerto” —Haydn
Â¥ laboratory technicians (especially after her husband, Charles, 54, had | . | 11, CHAPMAN'S LJ NEW ORLEANS, BELLEPLAINE CHOIRS |
FLOODS AGAIN girls). heen peesrinee, ce tourdelies Anna | in - - - | “The 23rd Psalm” Chant Hopkins c with

PRESIDENT TRUMAN is flying a te a omeyer, 68—his sixth wife. “Shepherds in the Field Abiding’ (Caro
from San Francisco to Kansas DOWN GOES FOOD The last Mrs. Homeyer told the ’ | 12, CLOSING HYMN: Massed Choirs and Audience Fuzzy KN ne s LEY
City to. walk through areas of WHOLESALE FOOD PRICES court: “I thought T had the ideal AMERICA’S | AN ee ot My A. & M. 193 Near te a y KNIGHT — Ray WHITL ar
th y tte badly d i in July’s are down to a new 1951 low. The husband, but I guess } MOST “Tsk oo eee

e city badly damaged in July’s . > husband, b guess he was} IN B. FLAT MINOR
floods. ; index fell from $6.89 last week to making up to me for all the terrible | LA LESS M] ee eran playing of this final item, the audience is respectfully

But he may not be able to walk, $6.82 in the sharpest week-to- things he had done.” W pe by Bentler a an silent tribute in memory of Father Hopkins, our :
A new flood is rising in eastern week decline since July. Not since PICKING IT UP i ADMISSION BY PROGRAMME 1/-

Kansas;~and the waters threaten December 19, when it was at $6.80, RAILWAY LABOURER Duke | AMME :
to engulf the industrial districts has it beep so low Lattimore admitted at Goshen | ‘
only just beginning to recover y * 2 Indiana, today that he earned |
from the last disaster. TV FAMILY £1,000 by picking plants growing ‘ )
en ap MARGARET TRUMAN is vying along the railway lines, The
BRITI oer Sear eo a ee ae il 3 ry plants were marijuana. He was
SH “THAD S” are star. Next week she wi 9e ON charged with being in® possession |
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£4 , RUSSIA" Ve a A. Will Have Voice At Talks;
Plans Underway “> 7 {eine Canmuit Face IPAS view “lat Sanmarvation. There can be
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from such 2 dominion as Canada ing to allow Canadian and Ameri
LONDON.

which has been expressing particu- can firms to br ing machinery to

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Promising progress from original schemes and the news that > aun ot a site "Biitish Ux oe nicoly tan or

several new ideas are underway to help the Jamaica Hurri- West Indies Lack of supplies would brinj

cane Relief Fund were reported from various parts of Britain Trinidad’s Albert Gomes has the colonies’ industrialisation pro- |

this week. been particularly vigorous in his grammes to a standstill. In_mos

One of the new plans came from Lord Justice Denning, |
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criticism of British policy which cases where American and Cané
he holds responsible for the plight dian investors sought permission t
of British manufacturers today. bring machinery to the West In-|















who is asking every parish in England and Wales to make a The United Kingdom, he declayed dies, no expenditure of dollars was |
voluntary contribution of £1 or more if it can be spared to n the urse of this week's talks, involved since these investors were |
the Fund. The money will be used to help devastated vil- — © cart before fie hogs. sits to tee iaeiy owe: Sear is
lages. Instex f capital goods make the necessary purchases in
A a theatrical producers’ —-———-——-————- este rn a" ats - . : ke oa ne a tt ticular
company, H. M. Tennent Ltd., will Y ° ; pate rT) on ¢ I mé i productio ealing with re particular |
hand over the entire box office Canadian Column corals Aan and indus ilisation, Britain had problems of the West Indies, Mr. |
takings at the second nigt ) By = given ecedence to the sale of Gomes said the supply situation wl
“Relative Values,” “ hen it a Zs We “fy . S ia a capita is fe nd for a as it had emerged during that TN
v i 1s a oa manuf ¥ 1 ‘ Le? i} ae of .' 4
in London in mid-November, The or ers sk PKINAWE J , "el t a aincargy Ha yy wegen pee» — yi core PEPSODENT MIRROR
play ce settles ty: Seat Caen. : sid “ ; 2 Ni ere vy Britain fe vee the islands ee a TEST
whose house in Jan ai vas Fi =e - ie n ils ia ne ne ( as they were, an with ie ? ‘\
slightly damaged. i - or al ain ORMOSA sustai themselves because of low standard of living and rapidly :
c : short f raw materials brought creasing population, If othe



if your teeth are









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Other reports came this week . . }
os. prans fr long term. ' id ‘o 1 0 B ] L —F — = Now occupied by US. — j ibout n “ill-considered policy”. Commonwealth countries with, in
Jamaica. The pl: aa 7 e Li e. == Now occupied a= planned to be put Malaya and Rhodesian delegate nost instances very much highe











pl ‘
plans are under hats knee, in ~ on . ’
discussion by the Gover f under UNO trusteeshi have also stressed how much mor tandards of living, could com- | . \ ak
it te cottein’ that snack eee OTTAWA = by Chinese Be 4 i] could have been achieved in pro- plain so forcibly about the seriou as white as hers! eee
will be g: a as wer SNOFS help Shipments of British-made pp —{ Nationalists : { ducing the raw materials the effects of their standard of living | Fy
Food seanilie FT eeern re cars to Canada dropped aos } world is clamouring for—rubber as the result of the U.K. suppl Smil If h i !
‘ : es ee an e s sae c at vi . » .
as money. "The Cabinet vena oa in June. They totalled 2,096, \seneSe United States bases and tungsten for example, had position, then there was little need wen Spee eee ee
£250,000 it sent as fi ee gard the compared with 9.328 in June — = capital goods been available from for the B.W.I. to emphasise it carefully at your tec.) Do they sparkle
<90, sent as first aid. last year, Canadian - made Britain for development, Other case. In order to raise the stand dnd shine a they sh Id? TI Pet Le
£65,419 In Britai vehicles were 36,229, compared e e . Colonial representative have ards of living, the B.W.I. effort: and shine as they should r ihe answer
s 419 in britain aoe 41,383 oviet ‘6 te I les n spoken of the lack of machinery, were being made to promote sec is “* Yes’ when you use Pepsodent, for
rover! snt-enf ed credit ™ Jectrical } ‘ ahha wee n han + » ’
The contributions ma . ; overnmer t-enforeced credit reé hk. 4s@ a e electri upplies etc., necessary ondary industries. If, howeve Deve ied: ‘ ‘
ce tee wei cm oh : A str ictions continue to be blamed to coMnmiinications and transport BY¥itain coitd «upply the necessar Pepsodent contains Irium, the special
ita né é art or the cut in sales. ‘ t ts Jectrics > die d awe
of the country. At the moment Figures for ‘July have not vet e ° : a ‘ae . i hg RL SA lees ndiaet oe ngracions ta: Shem gay. eal Nn
£65,419 has been collected in been released, but unofficial re- ¢ 7 i 4 “ iy 5 Sy ti I : ioe thee et oni ittte’ ee od cons Sra . rs from your teeth, leaves them so much
Britain alone, and at least £27,000 ports in Ottawa indicate fur = ] a ation now icing em, Mr rome ittle chance of plans to promote
» & Z as 27, ttaws ate further . a- ‘niin ‘ . A ; : , . , » shter!
has been sent directly to the island declines. nas é ed that the K. will have industry in the islands materialis whiter, your smile so much brighter!
from private British sources. West Trade organisations and groups By R. JONES to its policy as regar( ing
Indian officials in London are sur- ©f Workers are pressing the Cana- VIENNA, Sept. 21. e





prised and delighted at the suc- ‘an Government strongly to relax

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vals cf the tgpesls sunt out, thar {ie Srecit rules A. Goverment Sov iet sate llites economies have deteriorated to the point
opinion, mainly from British new opemmernan said that the matter where the Communist regimes have been forced to take \
‘3 : m “> would probably be considered »xtré linary -asures reve 7 ; aps ac y .
amine Lalléva MAC Meitain cain } sidered extraordinary measures to prevent completc collapse, ac- Cod -T °
pay - ‘ it Britain could after reports covering a_ longer . P E > y ea f th ane WITH iRIUM * |
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do more, and are calling for more period had been examined, cording to a study of reliable information and officie’
aid through the medium of their Many workers in car factories announcements reaching here.

week of Pepsodent ke
















leading articles. A typical leader in Canada have been made idle by ,, Czechoslovakia _ has set up a- - % Iriwm is the registere ; your reeth whiter our
appeared this week in the London reduced production that has fol- “Super Ministry” headed by an . Pupsodon, Ld., Jor a ee ee
Evening News, a leading evening lowed the cut in sales economic dictator with power to 8k il ‘ gredient that gives greater

newspaper. It said * , ‘re al with full authority the t e y rT |

“It may be recalled that on the WHEN Princess Elizabeth and Shortcomings of Ministries and

/ 7 res > prosecute re — Ti © Vv
day after. the hurricane, the Prince Philip visit the town of Prosecute real offenders. /
3rantford, near Hamilton, Ontario Polish market shelves are com- rain ' ras l

ening News urged the immediate





















stablis y ark ... for 20 minutes, they will be pre- Pletely bare of meat, fish, butter,
Set cients ae es a sented with an engraved, Net fats and cheese and there is an ‘ RUGBY, England, Sept. 21, \ ‘
have today received a donation finished telephone. ‘ Ly See tie, Ce Sa criminals Police said at least eight pers y ; TLL, A
’ ay é i Brantford, which is associated Tesponsible for feeding Poles sons were killed and 48 injured Ui th eee |g A la.
from one of our readers, which we with the development of tele- Rumania is using an old capi- when a London Liverpool trai e Wh Lid fy pot) SA 5c"
are sending on to the organisers phones, was allotted an extra five talist device—piece work—to stim- jumped the rails near Rugby VILL UBL
of the fund. With the cheque was minutes for the Royal call, after Ulate production and is offering A British Railways spokesmat de PEPSODENT LTD NDON, ENGLAND as
a letter which makes some pointed protests that 15 minutes was too sales commissions, another capi- said all 15 coaches and the engine
—in our view, valuable—observa- short talist ee to increase sales of un- on the train were derailed. The Sa r
tions. : wanted consumers goods engine and nine cars rolled dowr
A DRUNKOMETER—an instru- Hungary has introduced = a the embankment while others re- —
Appaiied ment which tells how drunk a “power austerity” programme due mained upright. He said the driver | G
“*As an ex-Jap P.O.W.’ says the person is, and which is claimed to to serious shortage of coal, and of the train was among the J
writer, ‘I have sat by quietly be foolproof—has been demon- Communist officials have issued jnjured.
appalled at what we aré allowing strated at the Canadian National urgent calls for more workers in Ambulances were rushed to the
our late enemies to get away with Exhibition every industrial field. scene of the accident four and
—and yet somehow we are letting The instrument shows the effect Economic failures in the satel- Gne half miles south of nearby| - |
down the Jamaicans. What a Of the victim’s breath on the col- lites are for the most part in the pHaventry after receipt of a
A ; . our of a chemical solution very fields in which these coun- , : ” @
chance to demonstrate in practical LES tries were strongest. Thus Poland “Seneral call” for help.
fashion that however hard up we ager k once a great meat export has no _ The train left Liverpool at 7.20
are we can still stump up a bob meat. Hungary and Rumania the 2;â„¢. G.M.T., today for London
ina genuihe cause. W ait For The Pound “bread basket” for centuries are The wreck occurred about 10.50 |
“Our correspondent expresses 7 short of potatoes and ration bread, *-™. G.M.T. Police made a special |
forcefully what is a widespread NEW YORK, Sept. 20 Highly industrialized Czechoslo- @ppeal for morphine for the in- |
and genuine emption among many Wilfred ‘Moon ‘Minrémidin seetenin vakia — builds houses without jured at the scene, }
decent people in Britain these gmist and executive editor of the Plumbing and has not enough coal Communications with London Lightning’ fasteners
“The Chetriard + Woatose y a a » sate Bk é ‘le : 2s re = knockec nw i
mene Gauiion ets Ting ge come oreaoe "9 ed orn advised clothing are rationed much more down in the wreck “LAMBA to ¢ eae oe LIGHTNING FASTENERS LTO,
the queue for preferhtlat rests American investors on Thursday to strictly than in those few western Police said two of the coaches a i claret : eens roe : ; ;
etal Rite. ue laa bar thee wait for the Israeli pound de- countries which still control the on the train plunged down an } relied upon. Look for the name on the HM of pee by penrpetn FE
~— e Seat —-* valuation before investing in sale of consumer goods. And in embankment, but all other coaches slider pull, ene i " rat
still rank for friendliness and Jerae}, all of them it is a crime for a on the train remained upright on | T, GEDDES GRANT LTD
trust, let alone active help—far, Speaking on the investment worker to leave his job or refuse the track. | Acents
ons behind re true and tried |,oxcibilities in Israel before the to work at the post assigned to The injured were rushed to 4 °
friends and helpers. international Trade section of the him , : Northampton and other nearby
In Czechoslovakia the serious- ” eee —_——

“And the Jamaicans, our fellow New York Board of Trade, May hospitals,














citizens in the Commor salth, a enumerated the advantages and ness of the food situation was A Northampton hospital spokes- | - — ~~ a
xe0ple who gave unstintedly in the 4... ‘ ——s " illustrated by death sentences at a ¥ aed aia

peor 10 gé ir yint deterrents of foreign. capital in- ; man said. “Many casualties are |

common cause in the war, rank enya =s + Pax ss \ ~ H me id th given three men See a with being dealt with.” U.P |
i pone Y tsraet. e sa © forging ration coupons “zech ; ag ee

high r : : ; rging — i
ert is time those in authority idvantages includéd the encour- housing is now built in two stages RATES OF EXCHANGE |

became aware o 1 tin ents. 6f neon nt given to foreign invest- Luxuries such as plumbing and CANADA }

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this kir i” Fi f : ment by Israel’s Government. staircases will be added to dwell- és S/o: i eegpmebee a1, 1951
1s Bars J * ‘ —U.P. ings in the seeond stage—at some ~™ * F Ba tay ; 61 2/10% >: e |
Two important West Indian mdisclosed date in the future. I id Drafts 61.18% 1

events in aid of the Fund . Coal production has fallen off to Sight Drafts 61% + —

took place in London. Edrie Indian athletes attracted such star go percent of the planned figures 63 3/10% pr. Cable \

Connor, the West Indien baritone, British runners as John Parlett while official figures show almost 61 8/10% pr gyrrency 30 8 19 pr |

held a concert at the Roval Horti- and Bill Nankeville who appeared eyery industrial sector has failed [77)""' Silver ¥ e |

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Saturday, September 22, 1951

TECHNICAL SCHOOL

THE public discussion centering around
the suggestion Techni:al School in
this island has been gathering momentum
but there is a danger that ihe diversity of
opinion might have the effect of killing the
scheme.

The one common fact which arises from
the discussion is that Barbados does need a
technical school. It has been suggested
that such a school be established independ-
ently at an estimated expenditure of
£24,000, The benefit of this suggestion is
that the technical school would draw off
the numbers of pupils who now attend the
secondary schools in the hope of securing a
certificate which would fit them for a job
superior (socially) to that of an artisan.
The result of this mistaken attitude is that
children whose abilities should long ago
have been set to some profitable employ-
ment are still struggling to grapple with
conjugations, declensions and irregular
verbs.





for a

The second suggestion is that the techni-
cal school should be attached to Comber-
mere School where there is enough space
for the erection of a wing to serve as the
classrooms for those pupils who have turn-
ed from the academic to the technical side.
This has its merits. Combermere
would seem to be a rich field for the sup-
ply of that material which would feed a
technical school. Pupils who had reached
the Third or Fourth Form would have done
enough mathematics to enable them io un-
derstand easily the technical terms of their
trades,

It would also have the further advantage
of relieving the very harmful pressure from
which that school now suffers and enable
the staff to concentrate on the proper
handling = of curriculum designed to
bridge the gap between the Elementary
School and Harrison College. It would
also help to remove the baneful effects of
the impression that Combermere is now the
“poor relation” of the College.

too,

The third suggestion is that any technical
school which is to be established in this
island should be attached to the Evening
Institute which is already functioning as
such in a minor capacity. It is argued that
the expenditure on the new technical school
would so improve the Evening Institute
that there would be no need for a further
sum to be spent on a technical school. It
has not however been claimed whether the
Institute will be able to cater to the num-
‘ber of pupils and to the same extent as a
newly established technical school.

This proposal is not without its merit.
While Combermere School would be in
position to supply the material for technical
training, the Evening Institute has the
equipment for training and the nucleus of
a staff qualified to undertake the training of
the pupils. It has already afforded train-
ing to people who would not have other-
wise had the opportunity and who by reas-
on of their ‘age would not be admitted to
the technical section of Combermere while
it has no barrier to the youthful students.
These could use the apparatus in the day
leaving the evening session for those occu-
pied during the day at their trades.

With these three suggestions before the
public mind it is possible that their respec-
tive merits might maintain so strong a
diversity of opinion that the Technical
School’ might suffer the fate of Queen's
College. When it was realised that Queen’s
College had outgrown its home and should
be given new quarters, it was suggested
that it should be carried to Weymouth next
the new Combermere. Another asked that
it be carried to Erdiston now used as a
Teachers’ Training College. The Third
was that a portion of the Government
property at the Garrison, either the Mar-
ried Women’s Quarters or Block “A” where
there would be adequate grounds for play-
ingfields and Headmistress’ quarters.

To-day Queen’s College is still in Consti-
tution.

It might be feasible for the people to say
what they want done but it is the province
of the Government to say how it is to be
done. But in this case something needs to
be done and done at once.



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BARBADOS



ADVOCATE



¢ lf war came, Yugoslavia would contract
into a porcupine that would make the
invader bleed at a thousand points?

Res

WHEN the war came to
Communists re-established
their erstwhile
deeply shocked
versations.

an end

This is apparer

At first the shock -was
the Yugoslavs call a lack of
Instead of sympathetic

In place of national leaders,

of cynical
with Russian

tion

last national inte

And looming above all was the
great, impersonal, icy, centralised
apparatus of the Soviet Adminis-
tration, responsive to no impulses
from below, and owing obedience
to nothing but the compulsions
flowing down in ever-widening
waves from the topmost reaches
of the Soviet hierarchy.

It is against this centralised
bureaucracy that the Yugoslavs
are reacting in every branch of

their national life. What will come
of it no one can foretell with any
degree of confidence. But there
san be no question of its import-
ance,

Decentralisation is now the or-
der of the day in Yugoslavia.

Breaking up bureaucracy

New laws have recently been
passed which shed considerable
ower from the Federal Govern-
ment and entrusts it to the six
Republics which make up the na-
tion.

The buildings and machinery
which were the property of the
Central Government are being
handed over to the agricultural
Co-operatives and to the local in-
dustries. These are being given
rights of independent sale and
purchase, Financial arrangements
ire under way whic will enable
them to retain a cons’aerable per-
centage of their earnings for local
*xpenditure, thus adding munici-
pal to individual incentives.

It would be a profound blunder
on our part to under-valuc the
significance of these events.

They certainly have meaning
for us, for we too have still to
work out a healthy relationship
between the State and the work-
‘rs in our nationalised undertak-
ings. The problems of a modern
bureaucracy are very much alive
amongst us whatever our political
colour.

Independence of Moscow

But there is a wider implication
in what is now taking place’ in
Yugoslavia.

It puts a question mark against
not only Yugoslavia, but also
against China. It raises the hope-
ful possibility that what is now
taking place in many parts of the
world need not necessarily mean
an automatic extension of the
Soviet power.

As other nations struggle for-
ward to independent life they
come into collision with the pre-
tensions of the Soviet authority.
The Yugoslavs are clear about
that,

They point out that their own
problems are in many ways typical
of what happens when a predom-
inantly agrarian country looks to
Russia for the machinery of mod-
ern industry and finds she cannot
get it. Low-standard countries
ean turn only to high-standard
countries, and Russia is not a high-
standard country.

The parallel of Red China

The Yugoslavs believe there sre
a number of reasons why the So-
viet Union is not the natural lead-
er of the awakening Orient.

First, the Soviet leaders are
unable to adjust their thinking
and therefore their policies to the
new situations which are arising.
They are caught in an ideological
clamp of their own making. In a
curious and ironical fashion they
are a frozen nation in a world in
ferment.

ee

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By
GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

BUTTERFIELD 8. By Johu
O'Hara, Cresset. 12s, 6d, 268
Pages
It has taken this American

novel just 16 years to cross the

Atlantic Ocean, the record slow-

motion west-to-eat literary cross-

ing of our time. No doubt it was
thought that British sensibility
needed a toughening process be-
fore it could withstand the impact

aetna bgt ers



of O’Hara’s prose, people and
story. Especially story.

Having proved by a stoic re-
sistance to recent assaults by
members of the literary strong-
arm squad that our nerves are

now up to requirements, O’Hara’s
idyll is unleashed on us, The
question is : Was it worth waiting
for?

Answer We have waited too
long. The ugly story is set in
New York’s speak-easy world
during the last feverish years of
Prohibition, That gives it a
mildly historical rather than an
acutely topical interest.

It centres on Gioria,



a degen-

erate “Society girl’, given to the
bottle, drugs and promiscuity. It
is said in her defence that she



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and the
physical contact
Soviet mentors, the

emotiona
“comradeship.”
understanding
co-operation they encountered cold trading.
on closer
ance they found that they were talking to a collec-
bureaucrats preoccupied
rests,
guised behind a facade of worn-out slogans.



Yugoslav
with
wert
all their con-

Yugoslavs
il

Tl

1, based on what
and ready

acouaint-

first and
thinly dis-



NOT) any
yee

Aneurin BEV AN mp

concludes his

if the cold war blew

Second, they are unable to sym-
pathise with the national aspir.i-
tions of the new arrivals for chese

conflict with the claims of Russian

hegemony.
Some of the Yugoslav leaders
helieve this will soon demonstrate

itself in the relations between
China and the Soviet. They insist
that this would already have
shown itself more definitely if
Western policy towards China had
taken a different line, for while the
Yugoslavs support UNO in Korea
they deprecate MacArthurism.

When we pointed out that many
of these social upheavals in the
Orient were under the leadership
of self-styled Communists who
had been trained in Moscow and
would therefore naturally look to
Russia for guidance they had the
answers ready.

They pointed out that Tito was
Russian-trained but that had not
prevented him taking his own line.

Then they asked that we should
not give too stereotyped a mean-
ing to the term Communist. The
name might stay, but the practice
would change from nation to na-
tion under the compulsions of
local circumstances.

They pointed out that the word
Liberal had by no means the same
meaning everywhere and at differ-
ent times.

Three questions spring naturally
to the minds of people in the
Western world. How dependent an
ally is Yugoslavia likely to prove?
Are we justified in sending money,
goods and arms? In the event of
war will she fight and if she
does will she give a good account
of herself?

The answer to the first is that
Yugoslavia does not look upon
herself as an ally. She is a mem-
ber of the United Nations and
accepts all the obligations that
flow from that.

Tito will not take orders

She does not wish to become
creature of Big Power politics.
all my discussions with Tito
was insistent on that point.

Nor is this difficult to under-
stand. Having moved out of the
Soviet orbit, he does not want to
move into any other.

It would undermine him with
his own people if it could be re-
presented that he was nothing but
a “kept satrap” of the West

In that case, what of the help
we are sending him? A glance at
the map will provide an obvious
answer.

It is to the interest of the West-
ern Allies that Greece should be
bordered by a frfendly power and
that the Yugoslavia Adriatic coast-
al belt should not fall into hostile
hands. To these ends a st ibilised
regime in Yugoslavia is essential.

This in its turn, means economic
help to enable the country to de-
velop its own resources without
insupportable hardship for the
people in the meantime

Yugoslavia, though now a pocr
country has considerable natural

a
In
he



was. corrupted, aged 11, by
middle-aged man, ever since when
Gloria has been slightly psychos

pathic (ample evidence provided).

Now it seems that happier
days lie ahead. A businessman
named Liggett breaks with his
wife and offers Gloria marriage
But before he can commit this
yash act, Gloria tumbles off the
deck of a coastal steamer and is
drowned.

Her story bears a_ sufficient
resemblance to the real-life drama
of a girl named Starr Faithful
who was corrupted (aged 11)
by a man who settled £4,000 on
her. Her body (aged 25) was
found on beach in Long Island
in June, 1931.

Murder or Svicide
have been either,

THE HOUSES IN BETWEEN. By
Howard Spring. Collins. 15s.
576 pgaes.

Alert and indefatigable, Spring
writes 220,000 words and in a
steady jog-trot tells the life-story
of Sarah Undridge, who lives to
be 99

First

2 Could

scene of the nove! the
opening of the Great Exhibition
of 1851 Practically every public
event. of the following 90 years

is

s



report on Yugoslavia by
examining the question :

“Would she fight
up into a hey one?”

wealth, In

iddition to her agri
culture she has coal, iron, oil, tin
ber (hard and soft), immens:
bauxite deposits, and she is build

ing power stations in order t
make aluminium
Thus there are all the requis-

4{tes for the making of a successful
modern industrial nation able t
sustain q good standard of life fo

the

Her geographical position lyin
between Europe and the Near
East gives these potentialities
critical importance for that part
of the world.

Whether her political systen
will allow of the development oi
these possibilities within a meas-
urable time only the future cai
tell. But there can be no «loubt
from the standpoint of stabilisec
peace that it is in the interests o!
all of us that she should succeed,

If Yugoslavia is invaded

Can she fight and would she
fight if the

a hot one

Of that I think there can be n<«
doubt. Her whole history gives
the answer.

Having regard to
ment she would be unlikely
want to fight in an offensive war
beyond her own frontiers except
on UNO instructions.
as my own opinion,

She is exposed to easy
sion along the plains towards
Hungary and Bulgaria, ag the
bloody history of much-occupied
Belgrade bears witness. But
further West and South the geog-

raphy tells a different story. In
that tumble of mountains and
secret narrow valleys the Yugo-!

could lock enemy

in
as the Partisans showed in

Blavs
divisions
flict,
the last war.

Her military potential therefore
consists’ not sg much in a fluid
military force that could be mobi-
lised and sent en masse against
any enemy, but rather in providing
a friendly base for us in q part of
the world where it might be de-
cisive.

At the
herself could contract into a por-
cupine, which if the invader

many
a long wasting con-

same time Yugoslavia

But it is with the social, econ-
omic and political significance of
what she has been about that
am concerned in these articles.

I went to Yogoslavia because
I felt that something had hap-
pened and would go on happening
there that might enrich our expe-
rience and open up new ways
of progress for a world which
must go on endlessly experiment-
ing.

I was
is
new

not disappointed, Yugo-
a stimulating and provo-
of dep irture.



slavie
eative point
WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
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recorded except the Charge o
the Light Brigade (obliquely
referred to in a quotation from
Tennyson).

Spring takes his title from ar
old music-hall song, “You coul<
see the Crystal Palace if i
wasn't for the houses in between.’
You could see this novel if i

wasn't for the pages in between
SCHOOL FOR LOVE. By Olivi:

Manning. Heinemann, 10s. 6d

232 pages.

Olivia Manning
who goes her own way, pick
her own subject and handles i
in a way that owes little to imita-
tion of others.

Her Miss Bohun, who lives in
Jerusalem ‘waiting confidently for
the Day ‘of Judgment, appears
to be a monster of selfishness
and hypocrisy. She overcharges
a poor little orphan for his board
and tricks an elderly lodger out of
kis room.

is a write:





Many novelist would have
prepared an awful fate for Miss
Bohun. Olivia Manning marries
her off to the elderly Tedger who
has no illusions about her but |
Says, as if it excused everything.

Si i lonely old woman.”

(World Copyright Resreved)
L.E.s



cold war blew up into

the strong
nationalist bias of her tempera-
to

I give this}

inva- |

attempted to seize would make
him bleed at a thousand points.
Stimulating and provocative

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her own people and contribute to |
well-being of her neighbours '

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PONDAY—To- day I was told that all was) §
not as quiet on the political front as I had |

TUESDAY—!I saw the visiting Conservative |

WEDNESDAY—Our cricket team for British



SATURDAY—Hats

THURSDAY—Two friends of mine got mar-

THIS GIRL WENT TO PIECES IN NEW YORK) oy vc

NOBODY'S
DIARY

UNDAY—I raised a hornet’s nest—not a
very big one, I’m glad to say—when I made}
reference to the collection which I gave in|
church. Among the very interesting facts
that came to light was an authentic case
of collection having been taken up at a
funeral. Now this is carrying a good thing
too far, in my opinion. How can you ex-

pect people whose heads are “bowed with | ?

woe” to think about bringing along col-|
lection with them.
body, like some of my friends, does not like

to put a “bow”

* * *

’

imagined last week. There was a meeting
in one of the parishes going north, and not
only was the prayer book I mentioned re-
ferred to, but the hymns as well.

“All things bright and beautiful” was not
suitable hymn because a little further
down it says something about “castle” and
“sate” and “ordered their estate.”

“Not true”, roared one speaker,

a



plantation either.

*

The choice is all yours.

* *

|
j
M.P. Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. to-day. I like}
his height. He seemed to tower above all|
the people standing around when he visited
the Public Buildings. He was the second
member of his party to visit Barbados dur-|
ing the past fortnight and now that a gen-
eral election in England has been fixed for
the next five weeks, it is clear that these
Tory boys have been loading their guns
“with first hand information. We should|
reap some benefit from these visits, no|
matter who wins the election. |

* * *” |

Guiana left to-day without any shouting or
blowing of trumpets. It all seemed so quiet
to me. Some people hardly knew of their
departure, and up to now I am still wonder-
ing if these games will be broadcast.

It is true hat the biggest guns in the game
are at the moment off to assault the Aus-
tralian citadel, but there is certainly no
need for us to be so glum about a tourna-
ment which is bound to produce recruits for
the army. This is as important as any
previous tournament.

* *

*

ried to-day, almost through pouring rain.
There were the usual ominous nodding and |
shaking of heads among the clder folk who
could not help repeating the age-old adages.
—*“Happy is the bride on whom the sun
shines”,—and “Rain brings unhappiness in
its train”—and other bits of wise (?) say-
ings. I know many marriages on which the
weather had—nor has—any effect what-
ever, and I hope these two fall into the |
same category. Good luck to all of you!

* * *

t an old man to-day who was | *
in hospital just a few days ago. In fact
when I heard he had gone in he was already |
back out. One of the reasons for his flying



visit was that they had no room to keep |} i

him any longer.

He had been one of two patients in a single |
bed, but even this half accommodation was}
required. When will we get a few more).
beds. You ought to be able to afford a shor‘ |
spell of sickness in peace and comfort.

* * x

off to the Water Polo}
girls (ladies first please) and boys who re- |
turn home to-day after a very successful |
invasion of the Trinidad waters. They |
bring back both trophies. of

I wish similar success to the Cricket team | |
which opens its first game to-day in British
Guiana. I am told that there will be a
commentary broadcast, but will wait and |
see what it will be like.



Britain Has A New Approach

(By ROBERT JACKSON)







dle Eastern nations which can be






surcharge of 10/- per freight suffer. I am in favour of Trade in the Island and the people is ; aa j persuaded to ioin,
ton. (HOt sible ; ; : LONDON, Sept. 20.

t ton (not subject to rebate) on Unions one hundred per cent. pro- really mot their guiding principle The Anglo - Egyptian dispute
Again all cargo shipped from the viding that they are properly run, gies , Britain is planning an “entire- threatens to become a major
* : U.K, to Barbados by vessels but was there ever a more ridic- Yours tguly ly new approach” to Egypt whioh crisis unless it is solved soon
o the Editor, the Advocate eee to sail from U.K. lous state of affairs than officers AS, it hopes will solve their Suez Egypt plans to cancel, the 1936
/ oading port on and after Ist. of the local Labour Union serving Canal Zone dispute by bringing Treaty by whic ite ;
ai ater ees a “petra : é 2201 1 5 7 . = & aty which Brita as
alin’ no peer seacieee. vil. no Saptemahes, 1951, and until on The Executive Committee ? Storm Shelters Egypt into the international stationed troops in mae aon
>s nd rcular urther notice. Problems constantly arise that re- Middle Easter: efence syste’ Canal 2 ritai hvniee?
“+ ave : oP ad 5 § Stantly s in en ) stem anal Zone, Britain has refused
The Msamiaen “West I es . quire conference between Govern- To the Editor, the Advocate. Authoritative sources reporting to leave the Canal tone unatt is

TranscAtiantic St em vr ndian BOOKER LINE LTD. ment and Union Officials, so no SIE - aval ‘ {his on Thursday said the new Treaty expires in 1956 ?

é antic Steam Ship Lines THOS. & JAS. HARRISON doubt these have taken shape in SIR,— hurricane is comparable scheme would be the st Ss Wii S 956. “
It reads as follows: oa s ave n to an unprovoked air-raid. Such a bE 1e upshot of ith the Suez Canal a vital
LTD. Barbados by Members of the visit iees requir probect ee Poa Cuetec aE Washington link to the Far East and with

cnrncue ; Hees , Executive Commit sitting be- . . e lon Off among Big Three Foreign Ste Oe . tn See :

NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ROYAL MAIL LINES LIM- fore 4 large rearor and taiking to #ir-raid shelters. These could be} ters ee Foreign Minig- the Whole of the Middle East in
Barbados B.W.1. ITED : - 7 , made under Government. super- turmoil, the dispute is no longer
4 themselves. It is hoped that ae vision with volunteer and_ prison a local one between Britain anc
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.s Barbac d the high cost dred people have to. be appeased Political and personal power is the emergencies anee be more “international” in scope
of handl go there make regardless of what the remaining only amt m of many of our EDWARD CUNARD " oe ot the oho Zone and

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SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER

79°

1951





BARBADOS AD\



‘OCATE



dian Workers Return Home From U.S.A.

4 Miles Of Road
At Bay Already
Completed

OF six





THE MIDGET

By
as

Dissatisfied

With

- Conditions








nesses

PAGE FIVE












ASTHMA























and three quarter miles TY . i i . . JO dd. i
of road which was planned to be Te LL i ow to ease the strain in seconds:
+9 ee pac a ae we pen ¥ MOST OF THE Barbadian workers who returned home ac
ine sus 20arc a - a - °
cian Vicatees Sane pono ‘ee ae = § * from the U.S. on Wednesday after spending approximatel) HEN cho a a ee you
present work on the remainder is x three months working with the Green Giant Company, ex 2 yd 9 od ba “P Sie Le
going on, , . | pressed regret at their having left Barbados to “try th« COE Sayers. oe Ce TOUR) Gtneg te HM Sm ¥@

Meanw hile 50, two-room three- ® American scheme”. etrain SENET See Mstive ae ) TH] ve 7
on a Sean ee eee aE It was surely tough; just a the U.S . ther ber, it fa this serain-on the system which ~ > Al
eing built there. a soon matter of working for working “’® \->» “ne aa. or eer constitutes the biggest danger from ~
be finished. Every week three o1 sake.” twadee tha Seorkers ; do no better he said. S&S ;
four houses are removed from ce an were yee Pie sais ait «Sundays they had to work whi Asthma !
various congested areas to this bn i ' oot eee adc a = they only worked two days 1 Ephazone contains several healing
ou > called a vacs r the : ~
oo . : Baj a eae. ot "ae ae ae some weeks | agents which dissolve the strangling,
pam DOESEAEY, OF. POR pe we had stayed in Barbados we &. worker, employed with + germ-laden accumulations in the
Board said yesterday that the : . a} BFOadCs, same company, who also broke + Bias ct ' : 74 ' 3
question of ‘drainage is being we have done a lot better.’ He sce alisinin @reet reaped peas it bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing,
worked on steadily and much im- —" t he could have made much Wisconsin, said that he met con The Ephazone treatment is so simple too! Nothing to inject,
Sree “—_ ee Om ‘me tha anes a nis ners robe ditions much better at Wisconsi nothing to inhale, No matter,how swiftly or unexpectedly the
pc pat feld ee ee : hat ae : nee a R - “ a zat than he did at Illinois. “Yet it wi attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone,
ig ago ge slips th’ three cinhess “an tough", he said For rapid relief from Asthma, FPronchitis and Bronchial Catarth,
He said that as soon as the slips with three ciphers on ite mulch tht ‘ reads have been constructed at -one cipher representing ee . Fe ed a always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!
the Pine, more houses will be ollars and the other two repre- Pe@S crop was fairly good,’ bu
built there. The total length in ent ng cent Pay day tant a bie, TSRRDRETS NON CBFEIEO RWAY: met
) re. . é senting cents. Pay days ci > at the 7
roads that will be built at the nd of every two weeks and a the static ms earn for hh FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
oe y F : eihihieds , iAsiate ae . for Mansportation he spoke of wa
ag =e a nap Agr Se ee peg! a si “an for som Jamaica to the U.S
1 a on sige: neha. - “er & | ae ie w ine a ae / eo They were told before leavin: ‘
. ed os nr or ae contour as e ne sie Seer eee ao Barbados, he said, that the
rockine ss 0 e land, THES! 1g cut no feat, for this three wheel car - :* ieee tag ~ aN eee wee would have to nay $45, American Sold by all regis.ered chemists. !f any difficulty, write to:
_ Convenient Road ee a ; only v s 340 pow I Mr. A. E. Taylor's Bond Minicar De ‘sockets. Some workers landed at CUFFency, for such transports * A. S. BRYDEN & SONS LTD., ‘
The Boalt "Hae ane eee 1 hree-W heeled Car Luxe wh j »t down from England. As this make can Seawell without e cent: et cas tion, but after they got to ’ P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown.
me “ity ane ioe Ho apquiep les a & a 7 travel at 53 mi n hour ané give 85 miles to the gallon, he believes =~ Another bone of c ahaa es America, they were told o a
South of the Pine Housing Scheme Goes On City Streets sr my vit soo ty sold ter wnt tneamerican cmmninger ag AMotNEE§7858, American eu
to re “ans ap ees u ae . P re id ioe ¢ ‘er — ; " rency, that they would have ha:
Collyn ea Re sk Road Salant ot Mr. A. E. Taylor’s guossy, 7 s Te aie 7h he taesbendtun — to pay for transport*tion. Ph
the rei ide nts of “the district “ream coloured, Bond Minicar i an rovl Cc fore they left for the U S. a Wor k mosey. wee taken out ot thes i iach intial
cross the narrow pathway which De Luxe which he got, down - bash , . x was not as plentif . as they earnings piecemeal. ‘Some o <2 SS SSS SSE
has been formed along where the from England recently went on N - ~ preached ” ine wees s Lid “be us came back to Barbados sti: |) 1 4%
‘ fog ie along , the road forthe first time yester- { a XO) r am me ‘ AP 20 said, “be- Gilne ixatentetation dues". ht
Housing Board would build the Need ro Sergeant € Ne) A Ss oO r aS cause some days we were left in dota Mite Ween Wwohheriie wlteths kt \ ‘ BROAD ST.
read to £e. in Upper Collymore 4aY and a: the three-wheeled car the Camp yard to idle.” He said e © was w B
ete aA ta sid re glide ywn Broad Street, every- Se ee Gt p> ow or not they would still have & - i is
Rock and if a road is built there 8!ided down Broad ’ that they did not get the mo u
S cre lg . ack 2 7 D ney aw |
it would be convenient for trattic, body was craning. biseneck to sec Says Ablack they expected while the focd and. Daw ene dues, \
The Board has given permission it- Not more per a strong man . ee a eke winaas i . r The worker showed a pay slij_})) ALARM CL K
‘ “E »SS > . > gets 1 f conc 8 were far from be- ic st
for the running of a bus service C@M press into the air if he get , . N i wr Toe a oe cs we st " _ on which his earnings were $75 { 5
through this area and this road Under it, this three-wheel ca I HE ¢ )PINION that British West Indians themselves could ing up to a high standard. or two weeks, and after de
would prevent a a ringer ua ee ae one 2 ily Supply an abundance of material for first-class programmes Contract Ends tions, he had got 17 cents $11. { In Nickel and coloured cases—with and without
a mile detour for the buses where ** : m ' .

was expressed by Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Broadcasting Officer were taken out as compulcor

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i
Pa { illuminated Dial.
there are no houses, y acta Yor - rh miniigesn) 4 . n iam otis The workers saig that they came savings five er cent of the | tt
mera hig tae te ith. vith ms sting i ona chaise plugin Ni a gost os back to Barbados on expir.udi or eprrings was gedudted for Gov- |)))
a distance wWath,,wifhout getting ineir contract, but they wou. ernment tax and the other part o! || S RO $3 3 $ 0 E C }
tired. Maybe ‘it. is because it is Mr. Ablack, whose cricket com= hardly have been induced i cap Pcp aaa ® nue ling |{\ PRICE F M , 7 To 4. 5 A H.
a Di a so easily lifted about that it has mentaries and other broadcasts x ae ae ee F , oy te
ourns oh sata Wiehe a , : in the U.S. any longer excep: Another of his pay checks wa
ode not got a reverse gear. All the from England have made him a * shea Ne A ’ ane : . Big Values which cannot be repeated
‘ : Bs v driver needs do is get out, lift it well-known pe rsonality to thous- was clear tot 1em that they woulu °%34.25 and he received no cash | } g é § é peatec
Consideration from the back and twist it in ands" of West Indians, is visiting 7 se to some place hands, At the end of one tw
whichever direction he wants it. ae yo ha Oe of talks th Se dates a better than wae he a $140 and wi ii} ?
url» eae It is alow.car and the sides are vith Mr rilip ewitt-Myring ose ois anc isconsin, paid, in cash, $34.22 ) E
Of Will Petition . haan © 43 > . Public Relations Adviser to the ‘We did not even know that : ( New Shipment of the evcr
just sides” without ‘doors. ous Comptroller for Development and I back } Boarding { . P.
‘hi | Tr 5 for i vel > anc we were being sen ack Ay Si ar

THE Honourable the Chief oy ae eee a wr Welfare in the West Indies, and : padi ‘ aids i tees caren Some mornings we left th. |}\) opular
Judge, Sir Allan Collyngore, at canta Stun with all rc ae = Mr. Henry Straker, the Broadcast- 1s when the corn crop was ©#mp at 4 a.m. and never got ba : E y
the Court of Ordinary yesterday yg, Taylor says, there will not be ing Officer in the Western Carib- finished, and when we were “Ui after midnight”, he said. “The ||} OPTIMUS
adjourned consideration of grant- “""" ~* ey pec a bean, who will arrive in Barbados look aa i hae oe . / days that we were idie, money wa SS |

“ any rattling of doors at any time. N ; ooking for a transfer, we were }) ;
ing the petition of Eldica Alleyne on Monday tofa that we were going back Bul taken out for boarding {
of Arthur Seat, St. Thomas, widow, And the man who will have . } .” = Yee { feel the Government shoul
W.L. Progr: an 1ome, Ny
to the estate of her husband the privilege (Mr. Taylor will . Frogramimes A worker, who was “snap look into the matter and iK LANTERNS

-njé 2n s < aS te nin @2 lage as he tc 2s , as sné 5 has ’ Ghee ric
Benjamin Aller . al id Known Bi tell y ru it isa privile ge au he told Mr. Ablack and Mr Straker ping corn with the Iowa %°™ action thi worker id .

Benjamin Samuel, whose Wu! the Advocate reporter yesterday) have been seconded from the BBC Division of the Green Giant “Imagine my getting off the plan
ate ¢ ar WE € , ST acon a € 5 y ‘ vit .

: dm tt ase a ann ommniene is Mowbri * isti ea tle, pr to produce programmes suitable Company at Lanark, Illinois, ' Barbados and having to borr: Solidly constructed and
aamittec Oo probate 1 co M2 is Mowbray Austin, a little, un- for broadc: g dt . . shee . : ca a ** a dollar to get me home by tax : - Say pe ah Pr
form in the Court of O:dinary assuming .man who has been foe: beawies nating d uring ths periods iid that he and his fellow Ra cela ee : , handsome ly finished in
here. handling cars now~for 17 years Chavvericante 14 sae thete ea teen, campers were usually awakened He : f tl inion th " Nickel Plate

rr . ae Ge nt aghar x F nt ! > - agree- } > St nl 2 e so he opinio at th

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in- When it is being started, ‘it Mahi Wath the envinian PO ai baw ae a on a Saba vA anf _ Tutt eda nten
strucied by Mr. Lindsay E_ R, gives a sound like a motor cycle. cial broadcasting com 2s; dur nc sometimes when three hours aah } . , rm? 1 ‘ ‘

t 1 by; y £, ‘ sas ke ¢ ) é adeasting companies; dur- +s has eahhet rope sparati The accom se Li S give { + J 200 ¢ ‘

Gill, Solicitor, of the firm of A mechanic from McEnearney ina itey (o. Bsrbeeee ee passed, they had not yet gone to ervyer govr ae see. | i i com These Lamps give a beautiful soft light, 200 and 300
Cottle Catford & Co., appeared & Co, Ltd. said he has driven one a . Ablack is expected to have some work. Finally two or three but at Ilinois the yorker had to} Candle Power, and are simple and easy to use.
for Eldica Alleyne. ’ many times in British Guiana KEN. ABLACK discussions on this point with the Patches of the men were used sleep huddled together. in srnall

The Honourable the Chief Judge and there is mo danger of its local authorities concerned ind the others were left to idle, *'°®P 5 yds
also allowed the re-sealing of two turning over. . m vom In reply to the question as to Some fortnights, some of the SP eaees . ‘ ; in \ $26.96 AND $28.63 EACH.
rills r . aie 5 s 5 ’ ‘. whe sat sere are ans ¢ . " $89 « : . ‘ - 7 a vas most i oy fe t
wills, The overall ; length Is ¢ ight Open Cily Sile hether tt ere are plans afoot for me n got $89 and still got a blank seid: Gfaw the taot that the latrine

x ‘ . feet eight inches, width four feet - the development of broadcasting pay slip when deductions were , ‘ Spare Parts always in Stock
One was of John Randal Phillips coven inches, height, three feet, ae. , in the West Indies, Mr. Ablack made. “If we were sick, we had 2! the Ilinois camp Lanard spare Farts always in Stoc
late of Belmont, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, proved in Supreme Court clearance ‘of five and a_ half Mr, Straker and himself were try- wise, it would be recordad ahi sv the workers det ed going into}
of Trinidad and Tobago on 12th inches, THE open site at Prince William ing their best to do hefusdd in WOnEN he teeta by them. His last observation wa za ”
May, 1951, by Charles Christie “A: ‘ty suspehsion, the coil Henty Street, which many hawke fect ‘athe a ep " wee mae. that he had to pay car hire from JONES SEWING MACHINES
Phillips and John rene spring is on front mounting, with would like to be turned into a ay Seas a oe ee be Ten-Hour Day Seawell to his home while ‘tran .
hi ‘ . »xecutors lame = ye chock aha a r . ssetable . ; now serving * ans Ste ‘ é . as . rote
I hillip the execultc Y © friction s/h k absorber. The vegetable market, is n Ww ervin ’ central broadcasting station for He oxpl sd the ti 5h portation to Seawell was footed ii! mn ; ( Ss i i
therein. . transmission is by chain to front the purpose of a car park, The Ea Want PRGIAe Erk: tobe, xplained that the contract for them when they were leaving Second to none in performance but they cost less than

Messrs, Cottle Catford & Co. wheel sprocket. The rear wheels site ha ot been officially made Abl k " : thi e he PDO EMT: gat lat they should work ten for the U.S. “Why is that git } I bl Yi
Solicitors appeared for the are mounted on separate stub q parking area and it still aia seein Taher neurs per day and some days they | asked any other make of comparable efficiency.
executors, axles, so as ; to give differential offered fo ale M ae .. culties involved in such a project y ad made to work for over 12 BUY A “JONES” AND SEW AND SAVE

The other Will was Conrade effect when cornering. a Mr, Archer MacKenzie, who is Te waenidi in dee enGubekthe for. Cmte He remembered an oc-
ene | OLRSr iat Ma oe Ta For controls there is a Spring g¢ g the land, told the Advocate ,.6 West Indies themselves to de- “Sion when the field foreman, ‘ , .

Bismark Frank in's ate ns aed steering wheel A gear ch ; , can offer it t® eide whether they felt that a cen- ‘iter they had worked for about Hand Model with Wood Cover $99.16
mont, Port-of-Spain, rimidad, jever is mounted on the dash- cha £3 a square foot. tra] broadcasting station would 12 hours breaking gorn, told the
Gentleman, deceased, proved in ard’ The footbrake, clutch and } + ta bak” ahraeitess , ; Central Bebbin Treadle Model D Head Stand

are Sais f Trinidad board. 1€ ws ial yle are 10,600 square 5e of real advantage to them or lorry driver to take them to an entra ebbin Treadle Model on Drop Head Stan
the pees sie Fy penance aceelerntor eee Pere oe and the price would be Perens i gan would prefer other field to break a load of corn | $163 52

& , normé Sté y peng us 31.8 to maintain its ov rganizat The er g . . wa

1950, by the Public Trustee of ajjy operated ‘rom the driving ; - ecniiile ieee > Nara sia e aint ates = ate See
? } ~ nae i < 7 > ; he 7 - ery « ) , ) )} anc > 2 = | thie adi
trinidad the executor named seat, bee - Mr MacKenzie ala that me opportunities for co-operation be- fused to cect The sevenaitihie 7 q
therein The body and frame are cOM~ yhrice is too high for Government jween individual West Indian sta- \.. ake ;

Messrs. Hutchinscn & Banfield. pined into an extremely light t¢ purchase it for the purpose of tions either by direct hook-up o1 wa that the foreman told the 4 4% Hardware Store
Solicitors, appeared for the structure of pleasing lines, con- 2 oar park “After buying the land py interchange of recorded mate- driver not to leave the field for N - TEL 2364
executor structed on the stressed skin te purchaser would have to rial. camp until 8 p.m. It was only .

The following wills were principle of aluminum alloy and spend about £60,000 erecting a after they reached camp that they 14 Bo ss Bi hed es Pea ia ald
admitted to probate. steel. es os oer caus, one building. They are very few W.L. Company got something to eat. states eee a eee

and squab. .on- spring cages, UP- eopnle in Barbados who could “We had no one in America to nw

Joseph Whitfield Callender, St. holstered in green afford t that.” The choice of organization lay represent us and that is why they BHEeaeas & Bes a
Phillip; Susan Wilhelmina Scantle- Ample accommodation a ae oh ha vais Belgrave, said with the West Indian governments. took advantage of us”, the pe = a

ury, St. Michael; Charles Gale, vided at the rear of the seat back hope the Government would The BBC has already expressed gatd. “However, the manager of Just Arriceds
Christ Church; Henrietta Black- and though normally yo Aaa a possible to buy the spot 1'S Willingness to do everything that division learnt of the incident
an, ee dy aan a Sa: eee oe i fo the purpose of a market, It ne The hear ae he said, and told the foreman tha ; | FRESH SHIPMENT OF a
Christopher Ezekie aadie, . two In . ’ a ld be very convenient for us i Pre Lee he was wrong. The following ,
: ; r = 7 ¢ ~y others can sit would be ver} V The appointment of Mr. Straker as W 1g. 1e following day >» 7 ’ Te!
Lucy; and Francis Jane Sobers, taken down, a few 0 acih ” . ¢ a ents they f hed work ¢ fi é I URINA
’ > i waer® as Broadcasting Officer in the y finished work at 9 a.m. ana a ‘ a
also of St. Lucy. behind. ae . nf were not on their way from the
acute arises getiatisANACO Western Caribbean and his own } a} 1 the
appointment in a similar capacity ‘eld before 2 p.m. When they O
ann e pI } a a
e ; r . in the Eastern Caribbean gave 80t to camp, their meals were | ‘ 7 — 9 4
Landslides Make Havoc Of fier coin iss fy a ea SCHICK FEEDERS
c A practical support o 1e B.B sked abou 1e meals they go
- Mr, Ablack said that he was no ct Lanark, he said that the food | ° a a
, ese
. 4 stranger to sJarbados where he was nothing to be compared with HORNIMAN S d * *
J 7 ro ie & pee eee fees. . nm alled the food they were accustomed to tH. Jason Jones & Co., Lt .— Distributors.
- AN ‘ that he served under Sir, George yet in Barbados, In the morning TEA .
they Were respectively Sargeant *h€Y Sot a cup of ‘coffee, a cup of | SuenBBBEBEEEE &
edt) TE vas also due.to 53 inches fell foo much rain and Lieut in the Home Guards for Mik and two eggs. Many time

Some planters scoff at the idea coats JADE. nis Was als \ at Turner Hall may effect the Downing Street, Whitehall, Lon- ier had to throw away the eggs COPPA EAPO REE AAEM AMR
of planting trees to prevent land- lanc slides. . ame over it crop as the area is somewhat don heir next meal was a little rice, | (%65499945%5444446494494G6900% Us x
landslides in St. Andrew during was te rh ef ‘a fell in this area each month until four slices of bread and hard meat, % eCIa rice on y | % ’ > “ ,
the past two months and there I was cutting it up T cy gave 4 , thane r cs wild be good for DECREE ISI They got that meal sometimes at:s} f % | So Many Poople Prefer ... %
has been the suggestion bi i ee ae oe a eka - re N one o'clock and sometimes at two % M¢ YRS ss | x

‘ees are . » landslide f urner a sre are vt ne ca or am 4 ‘ . ‘, sis ,
are ee oie a 7 the acres in woods and some of the Spri P isions In the Court for Divorce and ~ am ae ae eee from 1 he * ~ y 9 x
ree o ist hoa érahe™: Have > OW wn Spring Prov Matrimonial Causes, The Hop- Wr, they go re, pees; & CUD © 21% .
landslides. trees have been thrown «cd pring Matrimonia uses, € Op. , = t . , . an ‘ % <3

Anan across the roads. Owing to the a ward to Spring pro- ourable the Chief Judge pronounc- © coffee and four slices of bread. 's ( HOC OLATY SARS * %

Mr, Inghram of Turners Hall same landslide agent, four of hi ee h he : ‘4 Of warns were ed decree nisi in the suit of H, C Worked Sundays ¥ f 4 ‘ * . y
and Swan's of the Scotland Dis- cart, roads are impassable. ; vi pine a Sas of the usual Chase, petitioner and I, K. Chase, “Most of the workers returning x * % - $
trict. St. Andrew, said o at press af aes ae his _ I unt 20. Thi because the re re ; with me could hardly pay car hire ¥& Six cents each * ¥% Y 4 $
five feet in diameter have been crop is year WwW oo ; ae ie ng provision r 5 ] 3arrow, instructed from Seawell to their homes,” the 2 |e A .

ac lac — ny big crop pu Inting, } . * ’ " x
thrown down due to landslides at as good as ne ye a i oe ay ee ae ind. Gorn was planted by Messrs. Hayne; & Griffith, “Lanark” worker said. He had 8 MOIRS BARS % $ }
ton eae Pe a tihe wee that aren a 2 ‘ar this ; en instead of the other 10 acres ™ va at appeared for \H. aon Oren ene Pinay. BOO 8 : P. int Patti % 1% YY %
ew years ago a mango 2e was at é > ‘ PA ae Chase irt ¢ a vest vhile he was i eppermin i > >
brought on his land from another Last year over the same perioc @ On Page 8 ¥ ta } | a shirt and a vest while he was in % Pp aa fe. aie * g ¥

a? rE PIO ; os ve. . X | >
. Buddies fic. + % %
“> ; ‘
* ‘ . 7 OY ‘ y, a Pineapple be. x12 ) »
: esi MoUs ™m | § Pineapple be. PR
4 3 I AMOL THE WORLD OVER ¥ F Plain Chocolate be. ‘ x
ae = 2 fa Th M in k ! Bordeaux 60,25 e
+ 7 .

e Cth O + . Nut Milk be. 31% {: RISP

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OWS dE a2] . R |: \ A | | ® Milk Chocolate fe. ., & e ~

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van .

SHIRTS | TIES & PYJAMAS WALIT Y : g . ae & q

' t Q 8 NEILSONS BARS 3 8 $
: x) .

. Yo Nut Rolls 2% CREAMY x

‘

, wR (in bars) 12¢. each % $ ° x

Rosebuds % $ =

‘ ToT) . oO * .s 9. Ri ¢ e e .
CONSULATE SHIRTS with 2 separate z I2c, , StS ay ° 1° mR sy a
: »rsey Mi . > © Ous

collars, each . Ukscplineaiessndsves seats aE — WE NOW OFFER — Jersey Milk ‘ % 8 Whe J re Simply Delic a pate

u $ Jersey Nut Milk x1 s

WHITE with attached collars : taine the 5 12¢ XR $
: » « onza Mixture Bisma-Rex S 2c. 21S vy d y : il ry : ~

a eT ere ¢; VE c ee em et Glycerin & Thymol Co % 12¢ % % N. B. Diabetics can enjoy Craw ford's Cream x

A soug ixture 6 yal 2 eur. a x Y . . ; ffec »

GREY, BLUE, CREAM, with 2 separ- Chien oo ota Blood Purifier x Sultana % % Crackers without fear of any ill effects. %
ute collars. Each... $9.66 SHEPHERD ae = Cream of a a % siti ‘nin, Ize. » & 3 3

; i ‘o iver Oil Emulsion a»lets |x Malted Mi oi — . 2 x

WHITE SPORT SHIRTS with short as ‘ ~ . ie =. a ee % ASK FOR: :
sleeves. Each $6.65 < Co Ltd CHILDREN’S WORM SYRUP \$ Cherry Cream X | % ; ° %

° y ‘ , 7 *

CONSULATE PYJAMAS, Plain colours ’ e Ie. 8 CRAWFORD’S :
Pia ° .

s_.9 e we . @ a . x Tp — . eo ~~

Suit $11.55 & $10.99 10-13 Broad St. 8 hae i: BRUCE WEATHERHEAD & & ~
$10.27 3 KNIGHTS «DRUG STORES | ise 91% CREAM CRACKERS j}

Striped $13.93 & $10.27 % aU \ b Jb % 1s L [) = Head of Broad Street Bi 4 LAL 4 Sy

ms saiig! ? $1 91% ‘

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1951
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SPALIIDI aiid Backathe

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Cystex—the prescription of a famous

doctor—ends all troubles due to faulty

kidney action in double quick time, so,
if you suffer from Rheumatism, Sciati-
ca, Neuritis, Lumbago, Backache, Ner-
vousness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Circles
under Eyes, frequent Headaches ar“

Colds, Poor Energy and Appetite, Puffy

Ankles, Burning, Smarting Passages

or have frequently to Get up Nights,

go to your chemist today for Cystex
and be fit and well next week.

Cystex Helps Nature 3 Ways

The Cystex treatment is highly scien-

‘ific, belnw specially compounded to

soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick

kidneys and bladder and to remove
acids and poisons from your system
safely, quickly and surely, yet contains
no harsh, harmful or dangerous drugs

Cystex works in these 3 ways to end

your troubles:—

(1) Starts killing the germs which are
attacking your Kidneys, Bladder
and urinary system in two hours,
yet is absolutely harmless to human
tissue.

(2) Gets rid of health destroying,
deadly poisonous acids with which
your system has become saturated.

(2) Strengthens and reinvigorates the
kidneys, protects you from the rav-
ages of disease-attack on the deli-
cate filter organism, and stimulates
entire system.

9 Weeks in Hospital—

Now Well

“T have suffered for five years with Kidney
and Bladder trouble, also Rheumatic pains
and Stif’ Joints, I was not able to ratse my
arms and spent nine weeks in @ hospital.
They said I would not be able to work, but
after Cystex I feel years younger, well and
strong.” (8gd.) J. A. P.

:

Health Improved in 2 Days
“T had not felt really well for ages and suf-
fered continually from backaches and head-
aches, I had tried almost everything but J
could not get lasting relte/, Finally I decided
to give Cystex a trial, and wish I had tried
it long ago and saved myself much pain and
expense. It has improved my health more in
2 or 3 days than other things have done for
months.’’—Mrs. ‘

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SEAL RUM (14 Pts) 108 #8

Pkgs DATES 18 16 Tins ANCHOR
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cruises continually at high
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THREATEN My
JERR AGAIN J

| “It feeis as if there’s always some- ‘‘His sight i id
; | . h alwa t ght is fine!” says Doctor. The
MV = et: p .. ; ZS thing in my eyes,” cries John. N ul i ui
SISTER LEILA! 2! S , bs t Wh ep, mae A } = I- worries Oh! Is his s ght aingne™™ ewe id take Pan hin P%
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So, every day John bathes his eyes “Well!” sz
ath ris ey ays Mother yome days la’
with Optrex, washing away all dirt “I'm glad we learned about Goan
and germs, soothing tiny eye veins. you're a real ‘bright-eyes’ now John!”

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER





99

1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

Sirths ae
ancements r
arge is $3.00 tor
up to 50 and 6 ce
additional word Term 8 cash
Setieoats 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death)
Notlees only after 4 p.m |

age er
Carib c

nur

per word for each

alltr

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announcements
Deaths,
Memoviam

charge for
Marriages,
edgeme: ts, and
$} 3 on week-day ¢
F any number o! words up to 50,
3 cent per wore ¢ days
4 cents per word cn Sundays for
additional word

=e



n notices is!
and!
and
each

weel





SKEENE—Sacred
Eustace F
on September
He sleeps
No mortal
No pai§
Ca
Lover

the
Skeene who
22, 1950
in Jesus
strife
no grief
ach our

to ot

asleep

memory
fell

sacred rest

invades his breast,
no woe, nor care

loved one there

22.9.51—I1n



WANTED
MISCELL:

COPPERS
about 6 ft







FOUS

Racking Coppers
M. Simpson
16.9 51

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Two
diameter

D
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w ANTED

ro RE NT
For extended period furnished
Three bedrooms, modern conve-
nience attractive area Julian Garrett
Phone 20 and 8564 20.9.51—6n
————
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE B
naval officer and wife, from
October for some months A really
well furnished house with garden, near
3olf Course for preference Eastley,
Lord's Castle 21.9.51—3n

ve (1) PP.OP ERTIES for awaiting
to 2.500, |



HOUSE
house









retired
middle






pure cha ers ranging from £500
Come in and list your property with!
The Ebony Realty and Commission
Agency Clement S. Jarvis Auctioneer,
Marhill Street, Dial 5001

22

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

TO MARINERS
One Dan buoy with flag
mark has been placed in posi-
tion latitude 13° 3’ north longi-
tude 59 28’ west. Explosive
charges will be fired in the vicin-
ity of this buoy during daylight
hours for seismographic obser-
vations. Shipping is warned to
keep clear. This notice cancels
7 notice of 5th September,
51.



NOTICE
top

21.9.51—2n.

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
AND TRANSPORT

Vacant Post of Assistant |

Engineer

Applications are invited by the |
Government of Barbados for whe |
post of Assistant Engineer, De-
partment of Highways and Trans-
port.

The post is pensionable and the
salary will bein the Scale of!
$1.728x72—2 160x96 —3,024x144— i
3,456 per annum, A commencing
salary above the minimum may be |
paid to the candidate selected if
qualifica- |

his experience and or
tions warrant it.

2. Appointment will be on pro-
bation for two years in the first
instance

IN MEMORIAM ;

]
Ergagement

the}
ber of words |

Phone 2508, 96

of}
Acknowl-|

and $1.80 on Sundays}

& In other respects the appoint-'
ment will be subject to the Colon-}

ial Regulations and the local Civil
Service Regulations and Instruc-
tions. Passage expenses not ex-
ceeding $1,440 will be payable on
first appointment.

The duties attaching to the
post are to assist with all works
of maintenance and construction
of the highways and bridges of the
Department, the technical, admin-
istrative, financial and disciplinary
control of the department; also



to perform such other duties as the)

Director may require from time to

; teas

time
5. Candidates should possess a
Diploma or a Degree exempting |



from Sections A and B of the As-
sociate Membership
of the institution of Civil Engin-
eers with at least two (2) years
post graduate experience or
engineering and surveying.

6. The successful candidate will
be required to keep a motor vehi-
cle for use in the performance of
his duties. A Travelling Allow-
ance will be paid on an annual
mileage in accordance with the
provisions of the Travelling Al-|
vee Regulations

The successful candidate
be required to pass a medical ex-
amination. He may also be re-
quired to serve and reside any-

where in the Colony at the Gov-
enue discretion,

8. Applications should be sub-
mitted to the Colonial Secretary
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, _
reach him not later than the 25th
of September, 1951 \

9. Certified copies and not orig-
inals of testimonials should be
submitted,

Kill those throbbing pains in
your muscles at once ! 7
Sloan's Liniment lightly—

sna

e\\enN

You don't rub in “Sloan's” you dab it
on the affected part geatly—“' Sloan’s"*
does the rest! Good for
aches and pains and stiff i
joints too!

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WE ARE BUYERS

We buy anything connec*:d with
STAMPS, eets, Singlke Stamps
Collect " Accumulations and
Covers, Good prices Paid at the |
CARIBBEAN ST*MP SOCIETY
3rd floor, , Swan St '







No.



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a
JOHNSON’S
STATIONERY

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word on Sundays;

SALE









AUTOMOTIVE
CAR-—Aust AW lvearly two years
old. Phone 21.9.51--2n

Le
CAR+Austin 10 H.-P. M-1894 good
condition. Apply: W. McPherson, Tudor
Bridge, St Michael 21.9.51—3n





CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres
Phone 8675 19.9.51—t.f.n.
_—_———

CAR—Morris 8 in good condition
Dial 2582 21.9.51—2n.
ee

nae 9 Sports, just overhauled

sprayed Mileage 25,000 No
onable offer refused. Contact George
Nehaul, Public Works. Tel. 4389 or
Cole & Co 22.9. 51—2n
-_—_—_———

CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good
tyres. Reasonable price Apply: Cos-
mcpolitan Garage, Magazine Lane Dial
S#1S or 8291 22.9 51—3n

sarineieeasienpenissteysiitisscccineniiseiste
1947 model fluid drive Dodge
Condition perfect tyres as new.
Price reasonable. Can be seen at Sily
Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4225
J, Jackman 19.9.51—6n



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CAR
Sedan





eee aeanetennns
OTO ENGINE for. Biqycile.
qarage. Dial 4616

20.9.51—3n





Cc RC ISLEY
A Te



REFRIGERATOR
ft. $995.00. Dial
Garage 19.9.51

US
Courtesy



EE weSttanteneseitimn
ONE TRANSMITTER — 6L6 Osc 807
Final 40 watts, good condition, complete
with Microphone and Antenna Tuner

Lashleys Limited 20 Swan Street
21.9.51—3n





STOVES,
Oven and
are now offered at
Suitable for

Bungalows. John

SMALL
Eienents,

with 2 Heating

Warming Drawer

4 special price. Very

furnishing Flats or
F. Hutson Ltd

22.9.51—2n



POULTRY



PIGEONS—3 pairs 00d quality, white
kings Pr. Maynard, Porters,
James Dial 2319 22.9.51

LIVESTOCK





GOATS—Milch Goats and Kids
Mrs. 8. Mayhew,

22.9.51—2n





PUPP¥ES—Half Bred Labrador Pup-

pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W.
Wiles, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation Gap,
St. Michael. Phone 2784 20 .9.51—3n

‘ici ienctabseapctetighiciiaaemimiibplaaaitene
MECHANICAL

BICYCLE—One
Speed
L. E

‘1) Gent's roadster 3
running order
Hill,

perfect
Miller,

Apply
St. James
22.9.51—1n
VC

MISCELLANEOUS

BED TICKING
cesign

Orange

Beautiful
different

$1.25
Street

Striped
51” /52
at

five

in

shades

per yard
Dial 4715.
22.9, 51—1n

at
Swan



CRiC KETERS WOOLLEN SOx at 60e

per pair Broadway Dress Shop
21.9.51
-~

COTTON

grey and

THREAD in Khaki, Brown,
Black 200 iyards $1.10 dozen
reels, 500 yards $2.28 dozen reels
Broadway Dress Shop 21.9,51—3n.
eee
“FRICO"” Wholemilk Powder made in
Holland from. milk of the world
famed Frisian Cows is now available

as follows — 5ib. tins @ $4.54 each
and 1b, tins @ $1.09 each. If un-
obtainable at your grocer you may
contact The Barbados Co-Operative

Cotton Factory, Ltd., Local Agents,
16.9.51—3n,



HAMS—New Ha
$1.29 per Tb.

Cole & Co

Best Quality
Dial 3435 or 4232 s
Ltd., Roebuck Street

22.9.51



2n





LIPTON'S LEA-—All teas are good
teas but some teas are better than other
If you want the best tea that
commands the largest sale in the world
as stated on every package, and which
has never been challenged, then bu
LIPTON'S TEA. Save that part of the
label indicating the weight and exchange







them for valuable gift premiums from
Jchn F. Hutson Ltd.—Agents
22.9.51—2n
NOXZEMA Skin Cream Greaseless
Medicated Red, Rough, Hands look
Softer—whiter, Get a trial Jar for 32
cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd
20.9.51—3n





MARINE ENGINE 10 HW
c/o B.T.C, Paddock
22.9.51—3n.

ONE BRIT.
Apply K. Corbin,

SPECIAL

SEBDS—A large variety of Fresh
Vegetable Seeds sale at Collin’s
Drug Store 21.9,.51—3n.

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents SuNdays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;

HOUSES

CHANDOS— 2nd Ave., Belleville. Fur-
nished Garage Phone 3450 or 3026
22.9.51—3n

on















CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht snd Aquatic Clubs. All
modern conveniences. Apply on premises.

3.8.51—t.f.n.





THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence.
| Fully furnished. Dial 8357.
147 51.—t fn.



SUB-LET FOR OCTOBER
BELAIR—Gibbs Beach. Fully furn-
ished Refrigerator, 3 bedrooms. Phone
4644 from 8 to 4 and 8618 afterwards
20.9.51—3n,

Lost & FOUND















St
a 2. an
__
\ 5. Apply:
I s Fitz Village, St. James.
'
‘

A

charge week 72 cents and

j
'

=o ON SSeS

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.59 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays,



REAL ESTATE

HOUSE Board and shingled House,
size 36 x 14 ft, Apply Four Square
Factory, Manager, or Dial 2442

16.9.51—6n

-_—_——
MODERN BUNGALOW~—On bathing

beach, 3 bedrooms and all conveniences
‘ Large plot of land. Apply in first place
dizect to owner to—Box RC. C/o
Advocate Co 20.9.51—Sn

e

ONE PITCH PINE HOUSE 22 x 12,
feet high. Any reasonable offer will
net be refused. When bought it will
have to be removed. Situated at Wave!
Avenue. Apply to O. Johnson, Wavel!
Avenue, Black Rock, St. Michael

22.9.5)

9

In



ONE BOARD AND SHINGLE HOUSE
with Shop attached. Built with pine
muterial in good condition. Tweedside
Road At present occupied Joseph St
Hill. Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd

22.9.51



2n



If you are interested in buying or
se'ling a property, oR ene or a spot
of land, you should ge in touch with
D'Arcy A. Scott, Real Estate Agent and
Auctioneer of Magazine Lane Prompt
attention is given to any business placed
in my hands regardless of size. If you
tie buying | have an extensive list from
which yau can make your selection, in-
cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hill
near Girls' School, and several spots at
Mexwell and Belmont Road For any-
thing in Real Estate see D’Arcy A, Scott

22.9.51—3n
—_————

Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called
“WESTON”, (the residence of the late
Mrs Norman Bascom), situate in
STRATHCLYDE, Sst Michael The
House stands on 16,770 square feet of
land, and comprises Closed gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &@
downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath-
room, upstairs Garage and servant's
rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and
Government Water installed,

Inspection any day, except Sunday,
by appointment with Mrs. Maynard
Allder, Dial 2670.

The property will be set up $3 sale
by public competition at our office, James
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-
teniber instant at 2 o'clock p.m
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors
15.9. 51—10n

PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agaze tine on week-days
and 12 cents per agate linc on Sundays,
ran charge $1.50 on week-days

ind $1.80 on Sundays.





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. JOHN

As from the 10th to 29th September
1951, the office of the Parochial
Treasurer will be opened on Saturdays
only.

R. S. FRASER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. John
8.9. 51—6n
_
NOTICF

TE OF * FREDERICK ADOL-
S CAREW deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims upon
or affeciing the estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in
the parish of Saint Michael who died in
this island on the Ist day of March
i951 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claims duly attested
to the undersigned, in ire of D, Lee
Sarjeant, Solicitor, 1: James Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 15th. day
of Octeber 1953 after which date I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
estate among the parties entitled thereto
having, regard to the debts and claims
only of which I shall then have
netice, and that I shall not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion.

And all persons indebted to the said








estate are requested to setth their
eecounts without delay
Dated this 10th, day of August 1951

JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor, Estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew, deceased
11.8.51—4n
SS
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
TURAL BANK AOT, 1945
To the ereditors holding specialty liens
against DOUGLAS Plantation, St. Peter.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Lessee of the
above Plantation am about to obtain
joan of £500 under the provisions of tie







above Act against the said Plontation, in
respect of the Agricultural year 1951 to
1952
No money has been borrowed under the
Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the above
Act (as the case may be) in respect of
such year
Dated this 22nd day of September 1961
B. L. SEALE,
Lessee
22.9. 51—3n
NOTICE
The road leading from the foot of
Joes River through Spring Field to the

corner of Bissex Hill Plantation is closed

to vehicular traffic until further notice
By order,
Commissioners of Highways and
Transport,
St. Joseph
22.9.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Rufus A, Maughan,
helder of Liquor License No. 366 of 1951
granted to Goulbourne Herbert in respect
of a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at St. Simons, St. Andrew, for
permision to use said Liquor License at
a board and shingle shon with shedroof
attached at Beckwith St., St. Michael

Dated this 20th day of September 1951
To E. A. McLEOD Esqr.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

RUFUS A. MAUGHA
Applic

N.B.—This application will be Tiigides r-
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “A"' on Tuesday
the 2nd day @ October, 1951 at 11 o'clock,
a.m





x.
Magistrate

A. McLEOD.
Dist “A
22.9.51

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Peter George Mor-
gan, holder of Liquor License No, 172 of
1951 granted to Kenneth Johnson in re-
spect of a building known as St Law -
rence Hotel, Ch. Ch., within Dist .
for permision to use said Liquor License
at said premises, St Lawrence Hotel,
Ch. Ch., within Dist “A”

Dated this 21st day of September, 1951
To:—E. A. McLEOD Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A"

Police
In







N.B.—This application will be consider-

ved at a Licensing Court to be held at

LOST Police Court, District ‘‘A’ on Tuesday

— the 2nd day of October, 1961 at 11

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Series | o'clock, a.m,

D.5380—5389, Finder will be rewarded EA McLEOD, | 2
on returning to O. Sobets, Watts Village, Police Magistrate Dist A

St. George 22.9.51—1n 2.9.51—1n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



TENDERS FOR SHOPS AT THE PINE HOUSING

AREA

\ TENDERS are requested from persons who are desirous of erect-

ing and runhing a shop, or shops,

at the Pine Housing Area.

eee

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ANNOUNCEMENTS

























—
To imerous request of our
customer have
for cust le shirts, pyjainas, pants, |
Shorts, ladies slacks boys c lothing etc. |
sinving at our disposal the facilities of a}
modern factory we are able to offer
Prompt services at exceptionally reason-
able prices
Reliance Shirt Factory Shirt Depot
Palmetto Street. Phone 4764
18.9.51—6n
Si |
The office will be closed from noon |
Saturda 22nd until Wednesday 26th
September
Dr. ©. McCONNY,
Spry Street
22.9 51
|
DENTURES -- Can't Eat, Why my |
Dentures are broken. Well you
fave them skilfully repaired within
three hours, Where’ Square Deal,
Denture Repair Service, Reed Street. |
9.51—2n
sinielliinall o |
VACANCY exists im reputable firm in |
Trinidad for Budget Officer having the
following qualifications :—Higher Cer-
tificate or equivalent educational stan |
derd Intermediate grade certificate in
Book- Keeping or Accountancy. At least |

5 years’ commercial
Accountancy

Book-Keeping and |
experience. Experience in|
preparation of Financial Reports, Prefit
& Loss statements, Balance Sheets, |
Budget preparation and Statistical work, |
Age 2 to % Apply stating |
salary required to c/o Advocate, |
22.9. 51—4n, |



“ZZZ"

VACANCY exists in reputable
Trinidad for a competent Lady
tary to Executive Only those
qualified with first-class experience and
eapdble of taking shorthand at 120
words or over, per minute, need apply
Write enclosing photograph to ““XXX'
c/o Advocate 22.9.51-—4n. |

PERSONAL

The public are
g:ving credit to
Forde (nee White)

firm in
Secre- |
fully |









hereby warned against
my wife, Gwendolyn
as I do not hold my-

s¢lt responsible for her or anvone else |
contracting any debt or debts in my
neme unless by a written order signed by |
me !
JOSEPH FORDE,
Clift Cottage |
St. John |
22.9.51—2n



Two sites are at present available—No, 1 site is on a vacant spot
in an area where new houses have been erected recently, therefore, it

ings.

ing shop trom an overcrowded area will be considered.

In the case of site No. 1,
attached residence if uesired,
j}and design of the building and
2,

to

No
shop removed will
carried on should be stated
The question of land rent
considered.

| be

the spot is

Tenders should be addressed to the Manager and Secretary,



the
full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the
be required.
in either
will

a plan of the proposed shop including
should be submitted showing the size

materiais to be used. For site

The

case

type of business to” be

be decided on when the lease for

Hous-

}
will be necessary to erect a building in keeping with the ipa
|
|

ing Board, the Garrison, and should reach that officer not later than
the 15th of Octob 1951
| further particulars apply to the above mentioned officer



No, 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an exist-

N° ODOOSSSSSSSSOSSSSSSSSOS

Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

R,, |



Yacht Marsaltese, Sch, Franklyn D
Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch, Emanuel C,
Gordon, Seh. Phyllis Mark, Sch. Agustus
b. Compton, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Laudalpha, Sch

er Lilly Til, Sch. Florence Emanuel,
Sch. Marea Henrietta, Sch, Philip H
Davidson, Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch
Everdene
ARRIVALS
M.V Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt

Fergusson, from Martinique
S.S. Sunrell, 4,314 tons net
from Glasgow
DEPARTURES
M.V. Precise, 364 tons net
for Nicaragua
Schooner Frances W
Capt. Hassell,

Capt Coles

Capt Ritch
Smith, 74 tons net,
for British Guiana

SEAWELL

ARRIVALS
From TRINIDAD
R, Ablack, W. Foster, M

Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez, G
Johnson, H. Johnson, E
Moore, M. Plimmer, E. Butcher, G. Em-
tage, K. Emtage, M. Previte, R. Previte.
A Previte, J. Marsh, J Marsh, 1
Marsh D. Marsh, A. Manden, E. .Dos
Santos, J. Pahr, L. Devaux, V. Wood-
stock, ¢ Grell, E. Grell, W. Bennett,
W. Jackson, S. Jackson, M Echenique,
C. Finke, P. Hall, I. Hall, Johnson,
F. Lameur R. Despaiux Despiaux,
P. Pommares, W. Seale Bradshaw,
N. Warren, M. Elliot
From ST. VINCENT
Clifford Chapman,
George Jordan

From ANTIGUA
June Birkett, John
Jellion, Frank Savoury,
John Cave,

By B.W.1A.L
Foster, E

Dimmott, H

Johnson, A



D
R
w

Arnott Ardard,

Julion, Stephen
Julia De Young
James Cromwell, Christopher
Smith, Anne Bynde.

From ST. KITTS

Vivian Gumbs

From JAMAICA

Peter Snijders, Marie Snijder Marie
Snijders, Eileen Ayers, Charles Kester
Ronald Read, Padmore skine |
From MARTINIQUE

Henri Thompson, Eugene Doku
Leke, Raymond Seguin, Simone



Edwin
Lacour





High Blood Pressure
ills Men & Women

Twice as many women as men
fer from High Blood Pressure, Md

$ aA mysterious eta ee

about the time of eo ot ke
is the real cause of

monte
Change of Life and
much heart troable
and later on of paralytic strokes. Com-
mon symptoms of Tigh Blood Pres.
sure are: Nervousness, an
top and back of head and above ey:
Roe in head, dizziness,
eee Pains - heart,

sleep, loss of memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry, If you
suffer any of these symptoms, doa't
delay treatment a single day, use
your life may be in danger. Noxce |
(formerly known as Hynox), a new
medical discovery, reduces High Blood |
Pressure with the first dose, takes a
eavy ‘oad off the heart, and makes
you feel years younger in few days,
Get Noxco from your chemist today. |
[t is guaranteed to make you feel it |
and strong or money bark, |







ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

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

THA

Pr. Wm. Ury. ‘st. :; Dial 3466





AQUA PURA!

NEW STILL |



enables Gas Company to main

tain a fresh and constant supply
of j
- . tr
Distilled Water |
You can buy |

fromm 1 gallon to 100 gallon lots

AT YOUR GASWORKS
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Selec



A Grand Dance

Will be given by
MR, PETER SMITH

AND

MRS, MILLICENT GORING
on

Monday, September 24, 1951
at

,Queen’s Park House
ADMISSION 2/-
Music by Mr. MacLeslie’s

Orchestra
REFRESHMENTS ON SALE

CLES CLOP ALA E NE

DANCE

(Under the patronage of the
Deputy Director of
Education)

Giver by staff of
St. Lawrence Boys’ School
In aid of the Games Fund

at
Hall,

on
September
by C. B
Orchestra
ADMISSION 2
By invitation onl

CECE MOO

Drill Garrison

28, 195!

jrowne’

Friday,
Music

6



SOCCEC DEE POC VOGOOOSSS

CCC

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opened a seetion THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH W

The Governments of the

The primary functions of the Committee are to act as an advis-
ory and consultative body to the participating governments in eco-
nomic matters, and to assume executive end
| British Caribbean Trade Commissioner
in |dom and Canada,

The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified
ean persons for the following posts: —

1. Executive Secretary to the Regional Economic Committee

GOVERNMENT NOTICE







GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS

abovenamed Colonies have

financial cont

—at an annual salary of about £2,500.

Candidates for this post should have a wide interest in
They should |
possess high qualifications and experience in posts of com- |
parable character, adequate academic qualifications in eco-
nomics or commerce, and have held appointments demanding

and sound knowledge of West Indian affairs

personal responsibility initiative in business

government service.

Assistant Secretary (Statistician)

—at an annual salary of about £1,500.
Candidates for this post should possess

qualification in’ statistics and administrative

dealing with economic and commercial matters.

ant Secretary will be

material relating to trade and commerce

Committee and its members.

Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdom

was

experience
The Assist- |
responsible for presenting statistical |
for the work of the |

T INDIES, BRIT ISH |

recently i
established a Regional Economic Committee with headquarters in the |
office of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West |
Indies,

rol of

Service in the United King-

and/o

recognised
in |

a

ry
/



—at a salary of about £2,500 per annum plus a representa-

@ion-allowance of £1,500 per annum,

Candidates should have wide experience of

the West

Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility

in the field of trade and commerce either
ment.

in business or gov-
They should preferably have experience of dealing

with matters of commercial policy, e.g. trade negotiations, etc
Preference will be given to candidates having wide contacts
with trade and government organisations in the United King-

dom.
Assistant Trade Commissioner in the United Kingdo

m

~-at an annual salary of about £1,320 in the first place plus

a representation allowance of £500.

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

office will fall on this officer,

Candidates should therefore

possess a sound knowledge of office organisation and admin-

istrative experience in dealing with matters of tr

commerce.

GENERAL

The Committee reserves the right to fill any
if no suitable applications are received.

ade an

“

post by invitation
Salaries of the posts will be

ingthe region of the figures stated but other terms of service (e.g
leave, passage and pension entitlement) have yet to be determined
The Committee would be prepared to give special consideration in
these matters to appointees with exceptional qualifications,

The Committee proposes to make these
| ber,
education,

details of
with

full
together

containing
experience,

1951, and applications,

qualifications and

appointments in Noyem-
eandidates
supporting

documents and names of two referees, should be addressed to reach |
the Chairman, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings House, Barba-

dos

before the 3lst October, 1951.

8

9.51

3n



SHIPPING NOTICES
























MONTREAL, AUSTRaLIA, NEW POPE LPL
ALAN . LIMITED .
= ae wae Line) The M/V “DAERWOOD" will >
acee “arg Jassengera fo
S.S “PORT ADELAIDE” is scheduled |B geewp!, Cargo and Passereys for
to sail from Hobart September 25th, Paseongers ‘¢ for St. Vincent >
Melbourne October 4th, “Sydney October sailing Thursday 27th inst x
10th, Gladstone October 16th, Port Alma rye Ri a
October 20th, Brisbane October 27th, The M/V CARIBBEE wil ac %
arriving at Trinidad about November cept Cargo and Passengers for ‘
Â¥ist and Barbados November 24th Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, 3?
In addition to general cargo this Nevis and St Kit , sailing Fri- &
vessel has ample space for chilled and day Sth October, 1951 mM
hare frozen cargo, The M/V “MONEKA" will ac %
Cargo accepted on through Bills of cept Cargo and ssengers for y
Lading for transshipment at Trinidad to Dominica, Antizup, Montserrat
Eritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward Nevis and St, Kitts Date of
Islands kailing to be notified
For further particulars apply— B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS’ %
FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., ance % ASSOCIATION (INC. ) ?
DaCOSTA & CO, LTD.,, s Consignee, Tele. No, 4047 %
Trinidad, Barbados, s
BWI B.W.I. POOH COO
Akcon Ci
One
NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
$.S. “MARIO Cc" ard September 1951



A STEAMER







sails—arrives B'do'

: a 15 i lhl ete et i at te ihe
NEW YORK SERVICE
sails 2ist Sept arrives Barbados 2nd October, 1961



















John,





SS. “ALCOA PILGRIM” due Barbados September 17th, Sails for St

end St. Lawrence River Ports .

— _ — ee
These vessels have limited passenger accommodation



ee



ROBERT THOM LTD.

— NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE

APPLY:—DA COSTA & co., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

Stock-taking as under:













For further Information apply to...

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents



a te

To Our Customers
arid Friends
e

be

We 1ST
Hours:

will closed for

(Broad Street)

Christian. Seience
¢ Reading Room

FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS

10 a.m 2 p.m
Grocery Dept.— Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridayn,
Tuesday 25th Sept. (: am, —12 o'clock Saturdays.
- soak At this Room the Bible and
wee a7th Se the Christian Science text-book
ursday 27th Sept. Science and Health with key te

ile



the Scriptures by MARY
EDDY may
or purchased

S. E. COLE & CO., LTD,
27 & 28 Roebuck St.
20.9.51.—3n



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A STEAMER sails 12th October—arri Barbados 23rd Octobe 1051
i NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
S.S_ ALCOA PURITAN sails 12th Sept.—arrives Barbados 27th Sept., 1951
A STEAMER sails 26th September—arrives Barbados llth October, 1951
A STEAMER sails 10th October,—arrives Barbados 25th October, 1951
acidic itl /-
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Salle Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
8S. “ALLOA PEGASUS” September 7th September 10th September 20th
S. “ALCOA POINTER” .. September 28th September 30th October 10th
S. “ALCOA PLGRIM" October 12th October 15th Octot 2

N.B

HARRISON LINE |
ee
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel from Leaves Due
Barbados
S.S, “SCHOLAR” London 25th Aug 17th Sept
|S.S. “SELECTOR” Liverpool &
ilasgow 5th Sept 19th Sept
\S.S, “TRIBESMAN” London 13th Sept. 28th Sept
S.S, “SCULPTOR” Liverpool 22nd Sept 6th Oct
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Closes in
Vessel For Barbados
S.S. “NOVELIST” . London 17th Sept.

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CHILDREN’S COTTON VESTS 2 for 80c.
CHILDREN’S HANDBAGS-—each.

COSMETIC BAGS~-2 for

r Pair

PANTIES

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LADIES’ ART SILK STOCKINGS

2 Pairs for

LADIES’ & CHILDREN’S ANKLE

SOCKS—2 Pairs for

LADIES’ RAYON STOCKINGS

2 Pairs for

BOYS’ STRIPED COTTON POLO

SHIRTS—2 for

96c.

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Probably Fastest Man In World

EXCITING MO,





Mac Bailey Equals World ne

Record For 100 Metres

DITTON
LONDON. Sept, 12.
A new name is likely to be added shortly to the list of ath-
letie world-beaters It is E. McDenald Bailey who, in
le just over two weeks ago, equalled the wor ld record
: ; for the 100 metres. Three stop watches were
im an sreed on the time. There was wind blowing
Mac himself ~s confident that unless the track was a
rt, his performance will be officially

By PETER

Belgrade









I e run thi vas really moving.” Just how
é f nuch Mac was moving is _ indi-
et B vhere cated by the fact that Brian
¢ x uw Shenton, who finished second,

playe i vas seven yards behind hin

‘ t Fastest

I Greece To run the 100 metres in 10.2
I i to a reall 1© seconds is equivalent to a 100
rhe ds in 9.3 or 9.4 seconds and
I I lat =mé McDonald 3ailey
xd pert ce, My ist about the fastest thing on
le t neg e pk £ two legs in the world to-day.
irive and afte f metres, I He plans to keep running
throughout the winter in order
not to interrupt his present flow-

ing style and providing he suffers
juries, it seems nothing can
him winning an Olympie
Helsinki next year, An
* thought i will it he
Britain, for Trinidad
West Indies?
Arthur Wint
the first British
Arthur’s great

no i
preve
medal

TRINIDAD YACHT CLUB packed to capacity for the seco Water Polo Test match. Field of play is
in the foreground. Goal posts are out of the picture. Cyowds like this watched play throughout the entire

series.
BARBARA HUNTE IN GOAL






for Great
or for the

Bailey and
the stars of
tor in Belgrade,
400 metres victory established
him as a firm favourite and it
was a big disappointment to the
crowds in Athens and Istanbul!
that he had to return home be-
fore the tour was ove!

were

vie-

Cheered

One particularly pleasin
feature the British
noticed in Belgragle was the way
the crowd cheered the mati
down the track,” that is to say,
the person who finished last in
any event. He
most a xreat an ov
winner
From Belgrade
party travelled to
they ran at the
structed over the
first Olympic Games were held,
The sun was tremely strong
and even Bailey, a native of
Trinidad, found it “more than a
little warm.” Even so_ this did
not prevent him from winning
both the 100 and 200 metres and
assisting the British relay team
to its second victory.

Bailey described Athens as a
beautifully clean city. “To
wander around in it was an edu-
eation that no money could buy,”
he said



weorded al-
ition as the



- ~

British
Athens where
stadium coin-
site where the

E. MeD. BAILEY the

Ili Retire
When I
Can't Walk

Says Turpin

NEW YORK, Sept. 21
Randy Turpin leaving for home





BARBARA HUNTE in goal for Barbados gets ready to slap one out during second Test. Barbados won
this game four goals to love. The Ladies’ team was undefeated. Like t men they won the Trophy for
which they competed. Both teams return to Barbados this morning

a Gold Coast Soccer XI Will

East Meets West

the ne ary ; > 7 7 .
The 6 tave oy, a ee would, The third and final port of Shoemakers Us.
ek Renbsie 1 A ure i with call was to the city of Istanbul,
Ray Robinson in America, Turpin perhaps even now better known Ti ;
= ailors

Take Home Some Sound Ideas

Isc li Ne .
iso did a turnabout on his by its old name of Constantino-





announcement of retirement ple. Here East meets West and
After the fight on September Istanbul itself is divided into two By DENNIS ROBERTS over the Athenian League com- The following will represent
12 he said he would retire next sections, old and new. The Bri- monplace, Parrow’s shoe-making Dept.
September. and no one can make tish party were put up at a fine WHEN the quick-to-learn Gold Wall's Part eleven against a Tailors’ XI in a
me change my mind’, hotel in the old part of the city, Coast tourists return home they . h ‘ sricket match on Monday 24th
Today he smiled at the ques- In ee few ee moments x take with them sound ide is The Gola Coast men have im- Sept. at Dayrells Road.
tion as if such a thowght had @way rom the track, Bailey for raising soccer standards in proved beyond measure — since 9 hentia = _—
never entered his mind r aon wandered through the narrow the West African colonies. Ings lost to Romford last week Barrow’s rae Pitts Saney
will I retire?” he repeated, “Soon ‘treets, examining the bazaars Dave Wall, the coach now They attribute this to the ef- eC ep Me ws one : D. Drone
as I ean’t walk, then I will retire.’ 294 the Blue Mosque in his performing wonders for the bare- forts of 47-year-old Dave Wall H eres = py en W. pects 5
—UP. own words, “the eighth wonder footed tourists, may be invited former Millwall and Merthyr E. Padmore, E. ’ os Tar a
of the world.” to go over there, and considera- player who first became an FA F Wason, V. White, H, Haynes
eels |. semgeeataliced In Istanbul the water-carrier tion will also be given to inviting coach way back in 1936. He was Md L. Stuart.
4 is still a very common figure, an English club to visit them. coaching Woodford Town last Play commences at 1.00 p.m
Footballers contrasting sharply with the Sierra Leone will be the next season
many Pen. cali wae chee type West African colony to send a Wall has told the Gold Coast
° taxis Which patrol the streets. team here rrinidad are maki: officials that he is willing to ,:.t0 ="
Quarantined Once again Mae scored a dou- a trip from the West Indies next Africa on condition they make it
ble success and after the meet- season and Sierra Leone will be worth his while. The United Gold

COLUMBIA, Sept. 21. ing he was awarded a Cup for the here in 1953. Coast FA are not rich, so thes What's On





The 8 pi Columbia Univer- } performance by a_ British Tt 1 ' will think about amalgamating

‘ity football squad has been quar~ athlete. ey -Wwl ¢ an altogether with Sierra Leone and Nuyerin r

antined and its season threatened different proposition tof the for the purposes of. employing Today

after two players were hospitalized Gold Coast and Nigerian teams. wayy.

as possible polio victims. The two Rugby Results aateate OE en sleet ae Of equal importance is the Film Show at British Council
players were taken to a medical sierra Leone—and, incidental suggestion first hinted at a for Children—“Your Cnild
centre in New York last night after LONDON, Sept. 20 ly, . aoe es = 1 wry reception to the tourists this

complaining that they felt ill A The results of Rugby League Rumbered and the people ou week-—that one of our amateur dral” and “Fun on the Run”

there will soon be hearing. fir
hand accounts of match
played and lessons learned |

clubs —9 a.m.

Barbados Camera Club Exhibi-

visit the three

After all, if Hendon

should
colonies

doctor diagnosed the illness
polio (infantile paralysis).

as matches played today in the United
Kingdom follow;

Officials would not list them Aberavon 19, Cwmavon 3; Bath the Coll Cheat dies can go to Hong Kong, why tion at the Barbados Mus
efficially as polio victims until a 9, H. B. Toft’s International Side There ites strone thie between cannot another club visit eum—10 a.m, to 6 p.m.
“number of tests are performed”. 17; Lydney 3, Cheltenham 17; Red- the football BESOCIALION: pe ie ; Africa? : ’ Juvenile Court (Roebuck

A spokesman at the camp said ruth’ 3, Devonport Services 14, colonies. The Gold Coast Mr. Richard Akwei, vice-chair- Street)—10 a.m.

‘ , playi:
training would be stopped for the Pontypool 3, Newbridge 0; Weston Sierra Leone on their return, wil

present while the squad was unde) uper Mare 16, Bridgwatet imparting ideas that ma
quarantine.—U.P. “Albion 12.—C. make résults like Thursday's win

Shooting—-Prize meet of the
Barbados Small Bore Rifle
Club—1 p.m.

Gold FA, télls
time for

Novembe1

Coast
uch a tou
December

man of the
me the best
would be in
or January,



and be



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Y OUR C¢ H A CE OF A . : Plaza (Bridgetown): Boxing:
3 A d I \ AG [ my ¥ 1 Obviously, no one club could Randy Turpin — Sugar Ray
undertake such a tour in the Robinson, and Lumen On Pier

“he choice between a sim g ; middle of the season, but there 1 ® $80 p.m...
et a si 4 1 ruff and discard: middle o ne season, but there fee low. The Sun ace

I in a suit and a slam in STANDARD BRIDGE Heart lead is ruffec in Dumm might be found a representative bait ert hes

No-Trumps is not even clos¢ and South discards his Two of team able to take time from work Olympic Ali Baba And The
In all but the most excep Clubs. and be spared by their clubs Forty Thieves” — 4.30 & 8.15

By M. Harrison-Gra Thot ;
tional cases, the suit contract y y There 1s little flexibi ity in a Surely amateur clubs could not “phe Great Missourt









ren’s Eyes”, St. Paul’s Cathe

Representative Side













offers the best chance of exploited in No-Trumps. The Rien Ne Pena CE ua bject, even in the cup-tie season, *— 5 & 8.15 p.m.
success example’ hand is a typical weight ot vase + it ye Provided there are sufficient @93064 t question of men ing vhen so much good could come & 8.15 pan : ‘
, 1 9 3, 7 § ansas Raiders” — 4.4
trumps in both hands, a proces: ‘a a4 7 § 4. @ AI91085. the potential losers to } f this suggested tour Meri eee ne ‘
of valuation combined. if @A5. AK2.@KQ642, none The = partnershty t Mr. Akwei says it would be ar ,
necessary with a check-up on @ K 102 visualise 12 probable 1 the best thing that could h
controls, will satisfy the partner If a Spade ts led against Six can be run off or dev Boca 2 ake lia en ane Me
ship that not more than one No-Trumps. South ses roe the opponents can do any pen for soccer over there We
trick is likely to be lost. The -ount 10 sure tricks. Sooner or meee still’ have a lot to learn and
ruffing factor is of paramount later he must t 1 . “our Aces and four Kin re we would welcome such ’
8 t ist take the two-way ,, : ¢ ngs are ;
importance Losers in, a side finesse in Clubs. If he uesses 0 Buarantee that 12 trick t tour. No doubt ‘the three asso- YESTERDAY s

sult can be ruffed with surplus wrong, ‘the defenders will cash 2°,¥n in No-Trumps. Ti ciations would be willing to

WEATHER REPORT
















3 ‘ : thei < able yardstick is tl

trumps in either band ; 2°5 a heir remaining Spades ie +7 we ick he contribute part of the ox-
s such as A) 2 In Six Diamonds, however, {0 he Denes snses.” i
opposi small doubleton can South makes a certainty of the ya anc ed. lacking a good five- penses. From Codrington
1@ este .ed by ruffing to pro- slam by drawing trumps. ruffin PS, or longer suis a slam in The conditions might prove Rainfall: Nil
vide @ vital discard his small Hear nt i Trumps — should not _be xacti for ayers. That ainf:

Therg are also devices in play throwing the lead with wee ive attempted uniess the ombint d exacUng FOE Vie jrayerse. Tia Total Rainfall for month to
seetierte ts z e Five point count is at least 34 remains to be seen, but 1 series of date: 6.82 ins.

the declarer in a of Spades The ospositio st
: f a n a § oSition must ‘OP¥ . ae
slam that cannot be either return a Club or concede “ORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

ix matches in three weeks wi
provide plenty of time fo
and recreation.

trumy

Highest Temperature: 8
Lowest Temperature:
Wind Velocity: 11 miles per





’

ll Do It Ever I'wo matches could be pl } hour Ey

—— mogemenrenedisikiariorreerertrereay in each colony—one against . Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.935
champion club and the et (3 p.m.) 29.869



igainst the colonial team.
—L.E.S



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Landslides Make
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Crops

@ From Page 5

yams. Some of the corns are al-
ready ripe
At Bowmanstan, St. John,

been 67 inches of rain
This beats last years’
inches for the same

there has
this year
total of 56
period.

Mr, Seale of Bowmanstan
i n St. John, the rain has
coming at the appropriate

said



fine,” he
that the
cent be-

“My crop i
said, but I believe
quantity will be 20 per
low last pear’s.”*

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ready reaping Spring provisions.|
Fifty per cent of the Sweet pota- | ff
toes are already in.

The rainfall at

coming





Portland,

Peter, 64 inches. is also more
than last year’s. Most of the pro-
visions there are ready to be
reaped. Mr. Cooper of! this plan-

tation expects a about as
low last year's.”

Mr. Seaie of Mt

crop

Pleasant, st. |

Philip, said that 12 inches moré|
rain ha fallen in that district}
than the amount which fell last
year. If a moderate rainfall con-
tinue for the remainder of the
year, his crop will be good

In St. Peter, especially the
eastern districts, corn and roun-



eval peas are plentiful. Almos
iil vorkers are reaping cofn
in the parish. Most of it is beiny

drving The al-
ent to the mills

tored up for
ready dry corn is
» be ground

Corn, Peas Crops



A planter of the parish said
esterday that he had successful

rm y rounceval peas crops
He said that the recent rainfalls
did lot to those crops

Asked of potatoes and yams, he
iid that potatoes in some part

f the parist sald soon be ready
fe reapin ind ihe wa antici- }

tin 1 good croy Yams would
be ripe early in December |

Planters of St. Lucy also think|
highly of their crop They are
Jookins forward to another
umper cane crop in 1952 A
fair portion of St. Lucy wa
planted up in corn this year and

eaping has begun.

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KfeAftL Urn 11,.... i garroN Mr. Norman Baarom STHATII.'I.YUK Hi Ulebaal Tha Houaa atanda on HTM aquara laat of land, and comprlxaa Cloard aallar-i dr—maand dininf room., hitchrn A<-i.d badroom*. and batn rorm. up.Uin Oaraa and .-n-nt*. room. In yard Clrctnrliv. B . and Uovcmmaril WiUl Initallod. Ir.tpaction My d,. axtapi Sunday. bj appointmri.i -iu, M ( M'inard AMar, DtaJ MM. Trio propnly will 1v .rt up for Bale b> public rompctilmn *\ out oltlcr Jamvm Igfianm, .,„ i>„,. •unt at 1 o'clock p m VEARWCKip A. ikJl • U II IOII I'lHSOMI ii m u vonris NOTICI. I'AkinM MI r ions A. rrom lb. 10th lo tn S,.plrml, INI. lt\r ufflrr ol tn* I'arorh; Traaaurn will b, 0 p,.nrd on a_ fllfdn PHASER Ma I mill WTii.irriulk Powdar mad* n HoUaikd trom milk al lha u-urfa l.n.r.1 Pridian Cow. I. now —allabl. a. lollow* lib. tin. u MM aacl ..i-l ill. till! | II M oach II uik obtalnabla at your arocrt you mai conlact Tha Barbado. Co-Op-'.IUCotton Factory. Ltd., Local Atfanti mai—an HAMS ii, %  q Dial .1435 or 4H1 1 M li.-t.uck Uti UPTON*! DU AH tta. ara ood MM Ml i MM -I" i~ UM UM -"'• %  i MI %  %  that cimmand* tha largeat Mia in lha world • % %  itaKd on every packal*. and whuii IHTiiN Tl^ Savr Ihal part of lh* l.brl indicalim Inr wxl|hl and *Kthan|p %  AgMiU S3 11 in H iXZl H 1 II. 1 11,..,:, H „ M .,.,. aortar Mhito Jar la • ; %  Rf %  -. H M ONI iiHIT MARTTTI KNOINI in II." .\l>pl, K C-l.ii,. .. II T a 9 ii an •m i U %  fFFJll A Uria varlHv of Fra.h s.id. on Mir %  >' D-ut Btorr 11 • 11 Oil i on RENT i.-U iuraa* Tl %  .-!. and M caaia i"da b a M toorda — war M uo-ifj 3 eaal. a u-jrd ok—4 cania I b'ord an SUndaut; It In CLIFTON TTRKACIV-Tan approved I tenant Furni.had Houaa. Uppar Day SI I Urpo.la Yacht *,~1 Aquatic Club* All ".odarn convrnla^caa. Applon pramlaea I %  II -I f ri Nonrr %  F.-MTATa Of • IIIIIIBK K AIIOI MM i \mn a-.-...NOTICE IS IIIJIEMY OaVI %  iiiimi up.,r M aRrc.lna the r-latr of I'rrd.r,.* Uw parl'h of Aalni Michael who died ir Una l.land on lh. l.t day of March 1*31 are hereby required la |>.irticul.tr. of their % % %  . S.r ( .in. Solicitor. (J Jame* Slrerf. B-KiBrtown. 0.1 or before the lllh dav O* October 1M1 aHer w In. h date I .hall proceed to distribute thr a> e*Ute amoiuj the partle* atitH I .. ,. II..-,. .,. i.i I have had oilier, and lh.il I .h.,1 ...t t. RM M dl.lnbulrd to any peiwii had Itulwe al the li lion And all parvoru indebted M the -aid catale are requr-ted lo aecount* -itiu.ul delay ll-l.il ir... loth day at Au|ual 1MI JUHN CIllTtHIUiW BAilKI'i Qua fled r..r.ut..r. E.t.ile of Frederick ( credit M I Rhtl MEPH %  %  II." %  ftl John Harbour In Carlialc Bay Log %  ajaarp IM hm. II. -.1 IIH t.oVIKNMI.NTS OF TH. BRITISH H,s| |\|.||>. liMii-ll ill 1ANA AMI nRIIISII IUIMH HAS The Uovemmenu of the %  noiim <\l m Reitional E*'unon,.. . ,f the t'oiiiptioller for Devvlnpimm and Wrll.uim lh. W. •' The uiini.il> (uiul. an t„ ;„ -\ u. .n. .uhi lllaUve body lo the participating go\ %  rMhltk matters, and to anuma -*ivutivc end lm.un i..l ...utt.l ..( Ilrili ri Caribbean Trade CoinnHaalOIIM SCIVI.C in the I'liiti.t Klng%  i Canada. The Committee now invites applications from suitably qualified person* lor the following posts: — 1. rxccMllr SaaMWfaraj I( t l le fi lV i, 1TU |I TCHKIM, (-omMiMer —at an annual salary of about A 2 500. Candidates for this post ihould have a w i,i. n riualuu-.it mm in eco> nomics or commerce, and have held appointmrnt* demanding personal responsibility was initiative m business and Of government >. Asnsianf Secretary i Niamiicum > —at an annual aalary ol ajpavl 1 1.500. Candidates for this pot qWtllaVatlon in statistics and admin. I dealing with i—miomic and commenu.l malu | .nit Si> ri't.u k>ill Li 11 -i-m-ii'li f..i | r %  %  tititnr -lativtn *' %  material relating to trade and romrm%  k of DM i''nritibers. Trade Coimi*aioner in the fulled Kiti,nl..->> —at a salary of about £2,500 per annum plus si representation allowance of £1,500 |*r unntiin. Candidates should have uli axpaa Indies and should have held positions of high responsibility In the Held of trade and commerce ither in IHIMIU-SX or govment. They should preferably have experience of dralint! with matter* of commercial pulii > •• a it ade rMgaottatJ [•reference will lie given lo candidate-. haVaggJ ""!. with trade and govetiinient OlgjaarlMlfeni In UM Unlli dom. Assisffltit Trad,' Ci>mmis.i<.iicr in Ifctg lint. J Kmodora —at an annual salary of about 1 1.320 In the in t pine) p|ui a representation allowance of ilaOO. The main burden of lha d.t> -to-d.i^ arort "t tin I ofliee will fall uu this officer. Candidates should tlui.f.n poaaess a sound knowledge of ofBeo Qt"gjg4uWtton istrative experience in dcalmi: with IMUtrl ol ti .' j commerce. it CiENERAL ,', The Committee n*ser\-es ihe right to fill Biq post I.. unit.,-. | 1 l.urinM • %  M Irt, *-h Afi I %  .. %  Beh landalpha. Scl. Plmence Si run if no suitable applications Sfc region of the figures stated but other terms of service (a lAKh ACT. em i h-nlmi uperuillUei .. rl.nlal % PM4 Man ol f MI under the pi %  barra A. i ... n.pect of the Ar.ld.Hun -d under Aid. Act ISO'. % %  ' ii ., aasrt XI Jiu-pri tit it ir LlijI'OR LICENSE NOTK'E I gutui A Uauihaii. hclder of laqur l.u....e No 3M ol 1911 % %  anted lo OouRXHirni I!., !„ % %  ( m reapr I i. ,,,i ..II r.ldei.ce nl M glmoM Si A, .In-I. I p*;mii!n to UM MKt Uquor Ucrner .1 a board and .hin.lc .im with .hedi—f ..Itached al Beckwlth St St | Dated thl* Mth day of September l**l T" r. A Mcl-EOD Eair Police Mafurlralr Ili.t A RVTL'S A MAK.llA'. Appli— I H It Tin. application will bl -i..um C art i" I* held -t .' %  %  : %  ,, %  \ %  ]... %  tha Ind day iaf Octot-et IH1 m\ I 1 II—I f l SI KMI IOR (HlOBIi HBt-AIII OPMM II-ch Fully furni.rud Refriferalor. S badiIS4. a"mm I to 4 and Mil alterwairt. 10 11 In LOST A MM Ml i i ua "Id l.iq.m l-n-nn %  aid pnmlut a Li,,.. LOST SWFFPTAKE TICKET Bn-IK *'t IM FlcMMH *HI l>* rewarded .. i., 0 Soiten V. %  %  .. .... B • 11 In li.l.-l li Dlil "A ro E A MeLEQD Eaq PollM M IflMtt |M, MM A N It Thl. application will be %  d al a Urrnaiii* Cm %  . i i.. i ,! %  : ':'.. %  Ma. afl cArwfalr af WE ARE BUYL^S I'aid at lha i M mm w -i MV UU u ii 3rd floor. No 1' Hwan St H ro-Mi "S iaws HASH WATES PISTOLS AT JOHNSONS BTATIONEBV (heap TEA CUPS nd SHI I IS AT JOHNSON II Mil H Mil ".'^5c:-^i GOVERNMENT NOTICE TENOEKS FOB SHOPS AT THE I'INE HOUSING \RI A TENDERS are rcq m bo are desirous ol ing and running a shop, or shop'. at in< I'nie Housing Area Two sites are at press No. I site is on a v*v ai an area where new houses have been erected recently, UM I rod a building in keeping with the surroundings. No. 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an existing shop trom an overcrowded arta will be considered. In the case of site No I ., ; Ion '•' UM proposed shop Uh hould be sul : and design of the building am! the material, to bi No 2. full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the 'shop to be ran* The t\pv of business to be D should be staled If) The q i on when the %  ;. considered. Tenders should be addressed to the Hanaggfl 1 mg Board, the Garrison, and should reach U) .the 15th of October. 1951 For further particulars appl SEA WELL I IA i ti i I! %  %  %  I s I 1 I II a Em l-ieill. eirvue i Manh. .1 Marah, I MarUv O Mirth A M. II [.-, V Wood%  Mrt i ... 1 ,,....,. W Jackwn S Ja. %  C Fluke. P 11,.1 I II li T|||nil in.plan.. ... N 1 V[ v.M I:M 'hapmaii. Arnoti Ardard, June nrrhert. jnti,, .i,,ru ,. niepnen ...... , I John f"a\i Ken tophi smith. Anna llmdr FNan ST Kin-. Vivian Ouiiib. From 'AM ik 1.. Marie 1 ,. 1 From MAiniNnjt • %  ... 1 %  1 1 1 %  1 .1 The ConunlttOa would IH. piep.iii.l lo give s|-cial cimsiderilioh m these matters to appointees with oxcapUonol qualltV The Committfpropusc* to mike the-e apnolntnM log full detai' %  mi ui< 11.'' t %  -)'.• MIII uiih EupoorUng do. mints and names of two r ofot oeg, should be %  tMraaaad to roarh the ''hairnuin. Kegional E-onomi* (on tmtii 1 Ha*tni" H %  1'dc. (..fore the 31st October. 1951. 8 9 51 Sn SHIPPING NOTICES High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women 'a" m njf&^Hiiy? !" **^*** F.rALANP IJNB. iJMlrVU %  MAMS Uael 1'iillT ADCIAlDCr* la arheduMd M 1 .. Iluh.il Sa-ptambet 1Mb. Mell,..* Kiivrmber Mth I idaWMst M arneini ...i*.. Ulll iiiiple .pace fm chiliad ami I ,, Irol.i. %  ..ik'. 1-... ...pUd on ltir.-vuh BUU "' I.. [. %  1.1 iiai.HMiMiir.il al TTinMaal 1" .na. Ir.H.id and Windward l.l-O. Paa Pile** imtieul.r. af>ply 1 .1 WITHY aco ITH DaCOHTA JI C<1 LTD 1 IM I ir* i a w 1 11 w 1 V*e'r','e-e*r-r*r*,-e'e*e'r','-'-*-'/*e*-The M X l>\l RWOO0 m %  ., %  allinn Thumday FIlli %  .e|* 1 arsji "nd Paaaamosra l '" II. ,,!,.!. Al.ll,,. ...llins F?l day SUi (k-loher. IMI Tti. M V MOMEKA *>IU -1 %  1 1 K.O. flat, ,.r • aiiii.H 1.. 1.. UBad II r s, mi. NI i' i>WNI It" • %  %  MEVI .e ^lT" K ea.u'* 'fc—^ a.— "^ "*aa* •alh aaatrl NF.W .rRlaKAMn RKRVK-K I AI'.IA •t'NITAN ...H. lllh Sepl arrive. IU.l.i.,1rlth THMI.11 -.IIMU asfd 1 %  .1. KTKAMI3I ulb) lOth CH-lubrr arrive. tUrhail.. 7 '"_ "'"• %  aaaw aaiaei l In* 11, Heart. paJpllaifUa, delay iraMiM., .,„,,„ ^ t lm 7?.' ifortneiiy i,..„ M || >B o,, MW aaaaHCSl rtl* >v-r>. rrd.,.-. || l( h lllood heav^"'" T 1 "'"' *"•* %  1 "" • l-l I CANADIAN KKRVK E AI.OA PKUAHUK Al COA J'OINTEH AUHA I.U.HIM ;ir. Heplamber IMh Se|,i %  jnth (HI. %  '"' '-'-l PAGI NI vi N Wm. FOGARTY (Bdos Ltd.) II \ 111. \I>S I MM It $1.00 IOII IVIIIIOM. a MAffhtvn t/fmiilutli/ii ItniJump tihiiiil Ill I I 25th Aug %  22nd Sr-,,1 Due %  I %  HOMEWARD FOR I 111 INITPD RIMilMIM Cloies U Veiiel Tor flarh'tdoi S3 "NOVKI.IST For further Inrormslion *ppl> lo . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agenti %  ThiPride of Uu hllrhvn" Model S 772 7.7 oft all Steel Conslruction Hermelically Sealed 5 Unil 5-year Guarantee DAACE f 1 hi ; Deputy Dire. 1'.1 of * U Btlon) J* *; 1 In old Of thO flames Fund O i %  '..! %  ..,.'. I : 195t 0 l ADMISSION 2 0 .VrVr.V.*/i'*V.V.V,VeVry-. To Our Custoroera and Friends • W *dl U closed foi Stock-taking as under: CJTOOOI 1 Dapt TueiMliiy 2.'ilh BapL Wholosale Dept — Thursday 27th EEpI S. E. COLE & CO LTD. 27 A 28 Hoet,.. 20.9 SI —3n (hristian Scienw lirildillj; lliiiilll I TuMda.a. Wwln.. .) fi-.-^ .... I I. %  m II At II... I I II.. Chrt.li.n ^1... fcl.M and II...Ill, III.* V.iplur.. I.. UAI.1 IIAKI I. EDDY m.r I* ..... boir'.a*. VISITORS Am: HI 1.1 IIMI GALVANISED RAIN YYATKK FITTINGS Try . rK.X'TH 1 1. 1 M l-f nil I M COKNER nttOAII A llliill, SIKI.I 1^ Model S 471 The Smaller Brolher 5-year Guarantee Made by Ihe largest Makers of Automatic Refrigerators in Britain }' run iihliim iiiln 1 ttf i/i.--. • I usii litII inlllll 1 IIII-.!If 1 in-. A SHIPMENT OF THE ABOVE JUST RECEIVED '''''''•'•'''•'''''•'*'-'''''''r'' *''-'-%%'^' r % r %%r %'.r lAA^',%\' r i r i,%^'^,'. -.'



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ESTABLISHED 1395 SATURDAY. PRICE FIVE I Mossadegh Dropping Oil Ultimatum r~~ Will wait until after the British elections ^3 II ST. \ II IS I Oil A ^ Expulsion Threat To Be Withdrawn TEHERAN, September 21. INFORMED sources said on Friday that Premier Mohammed Mossadegh is dropping plans to send Britain an ultimatum on stalled oil talks until after the British election next month. The note demanding the re opening of negotiations, which were broken off last month, will go to London soon, but it will be minus the threat to expel within 15 days the last British oil technicians left in Iran. I) reported th %  twitch In tact* 1 %  tuiscd' ktUi iin> futii i i iiii inn Ming 'cl ha overestimated rtii**in' military 511*111(111. 4 London waa nd said thai cteartj umvsi 1 ay." ^Jri Phil] lack "ii the Stock market boom With I Nil I '-'in MIS* I business" party Refer%  i!i I IUK buidIng In on fervent hopes %  %  • % %  %  %  of the people Erj i.\ to nu'kr Labou %  v. %  Ine Torteg as the partv of big business C o na ervatlvg Maxwell Fyfe made %  it-fare" ihnrge accusing I making Industry" ( battle of a Haw war." Latest pll pulilishe.l today 1 how ed Cora dives still lavouritaa but Labour moving up I nee ;i month ago. Forty-nin*per eant of the po'led favoured Conservative* now compared with BtJ ptr rent in August. Thirtyr.lne per cent favoured Labour compared with 38 per cent In August, —U.p. King Geofgi! Is To I hive. An O/Miralum LONDON, sept Ii. Km,: <%  n the near fu! %  d Friday "i*ht. A medical bulk tin signiit evei 'he Kings lung give* : %  own 1 be up and about In Buckingham HcaHng thai 1 kl no! ol I %  requires %  Of bus%  -mem hat been ang to > %  irom privab* I %  %  tfa> R ad King %  %  %  %  hi were ^tHikci %  GIvM AuMerii : %  itu King eh Bh< %  %  I, U 1 Pal* and wj%  ith her .011 more thai m. Minister the request for the %  •f Parliament as a preliminary to omlng Gem rat Kirction V-visited Kin : the third time %  %  • • 1 p a |. Eisenhower Wauls U.S. Presidency By LYLE C. • i>o\ A Drumniund has returned Irom Pans .vti 1 hat General Elsenhower wants Republican %  minatlon gnd will work la net it rtond is one o( (he beat re;* rtei towi Hi back from two nan as Duectur of Europe, n Information for Economic Co-peratinn Adtfntnlstration Thli week ha resumed his post as Chief Washington Corn the Chritifam Science Monitor. • i> %  1. Monitor nowsi p • woi.ki not b.ah Hi .11 plans to trjke ft fl %  %  • Inatloi well 1 1 %  > Ii a • nomination oonvontten, nd laid i %  will reman hli European military %  %  return u :-. % %  ITS M. realms f"t El1 am. 12 41 pm Homing >n Kliii Iflht. Nlm pri wt who coiUinucd attend.1 g Uie King 1 raying "atl LU Mr,.' • lm||r." i-i'intd 111 un ol lhKinai limnwhich nave been I him for four n No rurtl 1 aopli i REVOLT AGAINS1 STATr GOVERNOR %  I letulio Vargas wat %  '\i< tad b ardai Federal lirti r %  %  %  revolt then nent PederOl irimps rontrolWI rtate %  ipnal ot Baa Lull I id the dtv'i normal actlvlU 1 r IN.A:r. Council Pledge Heartens Italians 1:' THE FORTUNES ol Ilaly' ani Communu Government grew brighter with the North Atlga %  B what Italian.-, regard as their "humiliating" peace ol World War II. %  %  I %  %  le Gaa%  ..-, %  ... 1 | Basing, the atrain oi NAT) %  .i-'rs. ., full and . . ... %  %  • %  lory if notlol tr I winter cam] Ml 1 Ithly his .inotlier ge • :<>" In 1 ittli more x' 1 ^ 1st that tod lu ruiflhrH %  %  :• con icited ba '> <'->-\t I's famsjs toward lul If /'rnmt Ml {tunHorn: FOREST FIRE DESTORYS PART OF L.S. CITY N acre (ore*l fire roaroaV Dyuig the ul Fork*, anu gught not until it rearhcii thv Hhorvs of the A Navj 1 lung boats were •landing by ojf the town ol LopiggD t*> evaedggg reew '.irly 2.000 perionn Re.l from Forks rmterdt-y when the rlre raced out of the northeast and threatens! 10 erigu'f the rntire cosggkgggg) Hut tl j *nrk of 100 volunteers who stayed behind a> tight the onrughmfl rtllnej the bla/. %  nl the city. Prtaa KltMa; The Standirs inimittec nt fmiSJl SSSllglgl nOWl voted unanunotaVkj I 1 gotrtl nue Ruatlsn news ggancy ?*•* presa aajlary prlvnegsM be%  DM tree not be upheld by abridging them." The American Society of Newspaper editors urged earl month that Taaa empl l.-n.i-d from raplloi pre-aaitorle* hei* they are on equal footlnn Ith l "inte.1 Slatenewx! 2 Ymut LONTJON Si ed from I 'ii bs • l.int. %  %  %  %  told out %  % %  1 not dtvdlgji .it tbr (< h %  i %  ie? .it the moment and it fore %  the Republirai %  I b. .1h.1i he Igoli 'lonlsm 3 To i< U.8 Foreign rI1 1 pwi'ti-anship Drmiimnnd explained I I IOWCI h 1 on nin 1 linn I . apart I %  1 n %  1 tentii Hi bs will D %  UnHfci man) '.1H I ?r pollUi ind ot tin l*i .f Mi baeheri Drummond pie f .in no wgj rhiiilmged the or' -at truth *hn n lome "f Uw ..i to hav forgoften —I'.r. lirazil Svvks Jap huntigran /^ 0 n .1 u %  rnese immithen) 1 pai 1.1 envoy Pentesdo U) .fapan ney 10 negotiate the sending ol I.O00 .l.tpaoeae immlgr.mt famlhei [>rovl I V Wood Is Hurt: Team Picked 1 if %  Al 11.11 IIII HK. HW , lot to Argentina, Georges 1 ad I AIMAn Active Part: linli 1 ire Herbert Mon p;irllng homeward atioard thi* (it<-^ii Man rafused British election bul wht n he would takr.in ait;.. %  I "Lit." ling the Ottawa coni Morrison SSkl I am impressed with the desire to reach agreemenl vvd.p'. %  If then the Bovlel bloi. em DM* I our ehi 1 r 11* 11 %  i orris .; OROsTTOWK, Sept, 11. 1 he naibud' %  teg i 1 rirsi 1 % %  which i 1 %  v.ieket k- ItaUfe bai been tvme.i i.-lfth man. Thtani now i T.1.VI..1. Wali-oii Paimer. Proverbi I i. Bradsha* 1 Roldi a 1 Runte The Biltlsh Ouianas b ollowi B McO Gosfch %  !. rhoms 0 A 1 1 ho, B 1 ..'..11 1. W"'hl. I .lnrd.ui. n Dyei B tarorUi Cha* Q Olb .. r Gibson. (; t*m 1 bat 1 .11. ati.1 %  1 Ighl si 1 t a II 1 ihi bowlMj attach srlth Geskln Brnum -,. intei h 1 Dyer, hard %  tamai Beefonh Berbkari made team ot l %  but turns the b 1 Till: IIAKRAtHiM t'RICKKT T"/.M Bril tii.< • isasnt which I B A v wiih'iiiH If I %  '" as lat 1 > 11 I •' T*yLi N^it loiiu-cricket aui I C B r Id] 1 %  grepirte1 • % %  nt MM Deli M she hi .. %  • %  l//> VOTED FOR FRE1SCH C I TH.OLH SCHOOLS PARIS Si pt. 21 THE RATH N \i. AS I MBLV i nactaxj Into i %  IIM 1 %  aid lu Catholic school i B 236 tin.Vsi-miily |M^*em(. to -II'. STORA\ HEADS FOR MEXICO %  1 k small 1 plSh 11 U %  ; P %  tfltl ranged in the lowei Gull 1 problemi follow Ing the pa and %  W.I. Will Have5 Voice At Supply Talks providing foi 1 1 WHge.t when the 1 nf nvuig i" There %  trad %  1 1.1. in proteal %  thai MIL iit,deisu phs 1 %  .f. %  1 %  1 1 TiSe "ADVOCATE" p..v for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night (Prom Our Ow (on spoiiHenll I iNDOfl Sept 21. For /////Time Enjoyment.. Packing Canes Wan&ad For J'ra Relief Pfaroeb ISO 1 m K..H' raw mnti-niii-. and manuiacturad goodi Thl I tatlon aaltv indem attandini apeak Ihe 'A. 1 mi ial rpieatlon of fret %  %  At the roncluilon *-f pn %  %  %  %  rase in i Confereno t si %  %  %  l od t-.aiclit ,.t %  1 %  Slier ess ADVOCATE J'CA RELIEF FUND ANOTHER gaset Meg 'irt.iy .ind tlif Fninl %  little way farther BSM road School-' opei.ol Khl waek. *nd the pupilor an OUIBI one -eid an early opportunity to add their n'ioU There .yt room. beweVCf for niort (oritrlbotteas, and it H hoped tht thl. OAILY KHMINDl'.R 1 the purpooe of to bring n> tool m-lll -i-rv iielplng yea donation Today hi th>>e-t day to brtna; It 111. Y-terday h' fggg. Why not today" 1.....11. < %  !> ,


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I'M. i r.ir.iiT BARBADOS ADVOCATF. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1931 Probably Fastest Man In World Today Mar Baile) Etptis World Record For 100 Metres Itv I'lTIK IHTTON I.) INDON ---pt. 12 ... D • over I wowe< ks ego, equalled Ihe world la foi the IW on hi•' n "' ** %  • m I lent that unless the track was a be oAciauj %  fall) moving. M e wai moving %  'i %  Ua leal Iftal SbMiton, who nnishetf , %  FaalrM ,11 tun the 100 metres in 10.2 %  aeeonds i* I to a 100 %  I %  Donald Bailey thing on %  %  I %  !•• plans to keep throughout the wmtei li ii in inter* ii iiuw%  %  Olympic ,. .. %  H< rear, An %  i will it he I rrlnldM tor the W n I %  • %  r in Belgrade, Arthur" %  Uriel it inhad to return i r;\< MIN*. MOMK^IS TRINIDAD YACHT CI.UB Rnrli.4 to rapacity for the -eroigJl Wat** Polo Te,t matrh. Field of play is in tli* foreground. Ooal po-t. arc out of th* picture. Crowd* like th i watched play throughout the entire aarlai II \ II11% 1.1 III Ml |.\ I.OAI 1 M.Ii. BAILEY !" • (inn-red Feature Ira .. | ... 1 that I to I., t in any event Me %  . %  Lied to Athena where :.i the atadl the i' here the first Olympu dame %  trenv md even B native of little warm %  Kven -. not prevent him from winning both the urn and MO etn the Bril I %  deacrtbed Athai heauUfullj clean crtj re in • %  • %  ii%  .i*i %  -ai ih.i* rxi montj Wild 1'iiv.'' he said. Baal Meets w.-i The tjiii.i and Onel port of nil was to ihe city ..f latanbul, perhapa even now bettei known Id name of Conatanttnoi i I'll Retire When I Can't Walk l Says Turpin NEW YORK, s !oi hOP e Qeeen Mar) ild be would hi third boul with' America Turptn "it on hii retlri man) Ait. i in.nut on September LataSbul itself is divide*! 12 he sawl ho %  ei .iini no on. . %  %  h part) arara pan q inc ohnnge my IHIIHI". hotel in the Old perl Oi lh rodaj t ton '" ""' '•*' apare momenai %  urn ,i tho "J '"•'" "' traefc, Bailee iimfnO "When wandered thr..uh the narrow baamra in hi* .. ., own words, the eighth 1 '" • of the %  : %  HU .. MI, eon % %  %  i rontraatlng loatpb with the '. i %  %  %  taxi which patrol the *re> li ... %  after" the mcetmp he war awarded I Lunli M.ilsi HuwM-OfSl. \n nmil Pi|e 3 lame of the rorns are ai%  At De w uiauJ tan. Bt i" : been *>; an bi Tin bents last year* 1 total ot 58 inches for I %  that m s i % %  rain ha* .. the appropriate lime %  .i%  %  that the ; will be 20 per cent IK>At Rowm.lTist.in there an a§%  Fifiv iiwaet pota. |* in. •.land, st tlee more 4 the pro.i, to be prop itboul a., low leal n u lie of Ml T'lensant. St. %  1 !2 inches mod-! 'i, n in thai ii' which fell last rear If B moderate ralnfull ton* lev of the i top arill bt I | ,.il> Th. i lenllful. Aim;*" %  H l beln t Ttaa :ii..... %  %  % %  round, torn. Peas Crops I the imri-h *ui'l I i H the recent ralnfalu i %  . %  i Van Dee* They an %  % % % % %  %  1952. A i ,ucv wai • ii. i begun. HAFIRAKA HUNTi: ;n KOal fur Buruiidox netready to slap on* OH! 1B ttim game four toali to love. The Ladies' team w" nadafeatea. Llkiwhuli they competed. Both UaaM return to BarbedM bail mornlnB Gold Coast Soccer \l \\ ill Take I Ionic Sonic Sound Ideas IIIIR -econd Test. Barhado> won ue.li they won the Trophy for Shoemakers Tailor* IS. Fooibatters Quarantinvd Kimh\ Ht'sulls a >u IMBIA, Sept 21. b i Unlveri, %  • performa %  luu bean quar. threatened %  i ..... The two %  i .t medical I night aflei UON& IM Sept. U tell 111. \ 1 the United afai i ilyata). lUnadoni (oUoa IM Ihean Abciavon 19. t:v\mav< ,t,i %  :i ii Q Toft Internal •number of 4aati are perfo ra ted'*l7:Lydncj J. ( %  rii.' e.iinp said ( n*Ui S, Devo 3; It.iih %  lees |4. ili lopped lor Hi" I : I, Newbt li a 0; Waal i i lie the squad wai undkn 4^ II %  AH %  DO.— U.F. (.P. B* lilNMs ROBBatTI WHIM Uw quk k-to-leern return home they wiii tain with iiieui sound idw Ibr raurina aoecer stantlardj Ut W< I Afrlcao colonlaa Date Wait, ira performlni arondei foot maj \f Invited tion will ..i.> be riven to Invitlna .HI EnaUah i lub I Sierra Laoae will be Wi^t African colonj Eaai a trip fnmi the W season Jind Sierra IAMIIWill be here in 1B53. iltoeethei %  Gold Coast and Nicer : • %  I is. m all Weat Afrt %  niiiiilN-i-ed and Ihe pi i there win band acoounta of played i the Gotd Coast men There hi %  < strata in.. .. %  i Phi Id Co I plaj i Sierra Leone on Ineli return, will ( %  imparting Ideas ihat may -in-like TAuraday*! win i.e lajue YOUR ril.ANCK OF \ SLAM 'I'll' 1 choice between a in a .suit and i No-Trnm] n cki i In ail but tbw tlonal caaei the Milt contract %  hi beat i h mce i %  nrfinii t % %  %  ei trump* in ooiii hand.%  p nb naa it necowui | I up on : %  more than oni likely IO be lust Toe rufflng factor U or naramoum imuortan^e Losers in a lde sun can be rulled witii initiip. iii either hand; or a A K 1 5 2 ill im can .1 ruffini vide a vital discard nwra ara %  i ayailal\ to the dclarei £ H l cannoi ue awnnieiiinai By M. Harrison Cray evploHeO in NoTrump [ha lollowing nand is a ,' i< i.uioii. • A § a a .1 ;•'"'•••' If ft Spade is led laail WO liiiiiipA. Souili cu oum lu sure trulu Sooner or %  Her lie must take ihe tsro-wav iinesse m Club* li ne goeaan rroaaj. the defender* : %  %  !.. mng Spade* l),i • ILImakca a certainty of %  n i-umps rutniia ili-ur-. .n Ouuunv ana i.irowina ^ie lead with the Five • '* -.pad I eitiior return a cii^ ni : %  I . *hd South diaiarda h. %  \ %  ty in a slam in :. i : %  %  1 r.e or U p:i)lwt>l. I %  . Lunate t-our A. and rom K no (Cllur.r aon in No n Lunpa i reliable larkiiiu a Hood ;. N.i-rtumps nlioiitf %  WaVi Pturt The OOld <"";i^t men proved %  %  .!. %  >m l e %  ii Romford I The* attribute thla to the afi. %  \< Miiiwaii and plaver who first became PA coach way back In 1996. H< wu M %  i ; | .Mi ica on i onditlon ihej i Coaat PA will tbinl %  for the CM %  . Qport % %  i % %  .i %  i ii amateur i lub. ., %  n the ihree u i ..ii it Heneon to Hong KIL whjt %  11 \ i Mi Richard A %  ("A %  ine the I < %  ih.i: Mil would I" .1..' Kepresi-ittiitivr Side Obvlou .i lour in the %  ilddle "f the aaaaon, but there t found •• repn 1 1 team able to take lima from "ik i". their club* Surely ernaieur clubs iouid not • .n in the cup-t ii lug one of "•' % %  -' .. mui h good could < i ne ted loin i there "We %  %  contribub | tia cfThe following ill narrow'* shoe-mnking Dei' eleven aaja X| %  ink.'! match on Monday 21th %  apt at Mtiyrelt* Hood. Harrow's Heven:— W. Bourn* (Capt.). C. Bayle* (Vice Capt.i. n Davla, u Duraa I i Alien, w. Lynto i. i v White, II Heyt and Ismart. Play commence* ut 100 p.m w bat's On Today Tilm Show at Bnti*h Oooadl rer Children %  •Vonr dnld r-ii" Tyes" M PaoTl Catlie dral" and 'Tun on the Run" V a.m. Barbados Camera Clnb ExhlM tion at tha B.irhadoMui eum in a.m. to B p.m. Juvenile Court (Roehuek Street)—10 a.m. Shooting Prlie meet of the Barbados Small Bore Rifle Club 1 p.m. I IM* XMtawwn ; — i.- %  • I l(\ I MMjl on s. SS ... /i M Kin I IX TUMI vZVi TXVX TKOOXMM I'HV. \ .' I .i i ..,,( • „( nra> DANCE TONIGHT Rrlrr.hmrxl. A n.r h> M' I 1 I.SI I S II,k M I 1M> HI I LOOK OUT! i"" T They'll Do It Every Time Vcu SEE THE S3rJ, SO VDJ Svv NVfl ItsITD rWE RlQHTHAND LAHE TO A'Ai'xS VCO^ TURN a-*ssv By Jimmy H.itlo mikhl ,: for the pie. %  : baa in three \ i %  %  rwu i-:.!, bee could eotorty-—one against ti %  %  u — I. I s MAVm V00i i>r\ tot it OH MM ton /IS.V#;l it IHgits HEAVY WOTf mnsmfc am gon:-> %  earl) •Ml Or TIIF MAN Fl'V 12 r. li ip| Out. 1 %  %  %  -off II. Illl %  %  THE TROUBLE FREE TRACTOR BACKED BY OUR SERVICE ORGANMATION YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codrlngton Rainfall: Nil Total Rainfall for month to date: 082 In.. Highest Temperature: 16-6 F Lowest Temperature TU "' Wind Velocity 11 mile* per hour Barometer; (W ami 29.036 i | (imi J9.B0" FOR A BIG KNOCK-OUT | NEWS SPACE TO • MORROW SpDhiA 1/ rf-i* The very latest Men's fashions fronv the hest English manufacturers. We have them ir a variety of 111 individual tasu-s Chick md Hen Ingboni di 1'KKTS per Yard from $5.30 to $13.15 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co, Ltd. 10—13. Broad St Stop that Cough ? mtS C0V6H MIXTURt | cacelient for sooihma cou t hs ipeeilily. and comfortmf a cot %  osfchildren love ihn pieauni-unifig \ytup — ?ubeCough Mature should he m e^cr^ home. ZHES COUCH lOlttmt Mka then WOTl of hoaiwoess and irriiaiing. little couahv In hand> poeket-fliai I n'e ready io be popped Into your mouth m IN IhtOiii ilrwio. or -.>rcner*At oveUwM Casbmart Bouqust Face Powder ... to valvary smooth ... dalle* taly parfu mad . cltaga aoftlj for hours end hours, giving you I that natural vivid look. Gm6ga$m\ FACE PC< *Oa THAI NATUR/' VIVID LOOK RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain Is often needless. OOT.riN. n nn, txpe of trantmei .. Iinnn|>r.>m;.( r. lirf from pnie. dee to irr e i pl o aa i f thee* dreed dtaeeaae. lim morel DOCCIN lUn li.. |>h\ MoltiKu ill ;niiiiii. piirlu ulrirly on metabolir prnce*H.* wlm-h ,'//.Wrt'/iV/,VMV..'.V/.V/.'/ 1 BE WISH — ECOA/OMiSE I ISK BOWRANITE VNT1-CORROS1VE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL ;' CUES FARTHEST LASTS LONG One Callim "ill rover SIM—I Otm M fi. Supplied in PERMANENT GRI RED, BLACK. GREY in Tins of Imperial Measure. 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