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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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A Economists) MARSHALL—134
US Economists
FIFTH AIR FORCE H.qQ., | By A. J. OLSEN | . =
Glendon Gibbs Gets 105
more than 2,000 Communist trucks ernment economists are studying}
stroyed or damagec early ) said ce rersations between ex- a -
official said it would be two or three days Serre) Suck mag a "the State i and| SOONERS eer et oe
by pre-dawn flig inte . “ECA” |
oitarlinstapite ena inde ot cates | hander Glendon Gibbs and right-hander

Britain Will Get |
Night Raiders Study WaysTo BG. Reply With 178
LONDON, Sept. 24 | Korea, Sept. 24, WASHINGTON, Sept. 24
of a drug to relieve the pain from a major | on roads leading to the west cen- ways to stimulate foreign invest-| By 0. S. COPPIN
of the truck traffic perts of the State Department and)
any real hope could begin. B26 light bombers in the vicinity oustenaraGith. tha vib t attenies

DOCTORS REMO VE A — TITO | BARBADOS Hi 7 3907 :
Council Of State Bomb Tr ucks | Help Ger many Without Loss
KING GEORGE dozed to-day under the influence) N'#)t intruder bombers caugh | Officials said United ‘States Gov- |
operation on his lung and a sad and worried court. ‘*! fe"! Sunday night and o- | cee eee eens one
3 Economie Cooperation Adminis coher or GUIANA'S opening batsmen, 1

The King’s doctors issugd three cautious| cf Singye on the west central
bulletins since the operation wherein all or part of | fom". Pilots claimed 875. truck:

Ss up or burned and 426 dar

one lung was removed and at least one rib taken | aged of 2,300 spotted. The Fifth

ating some obstacles to the flow of! Wight completely broke the back of the Bar
investment into the Federal

Republic. | bowling attack to-day when opening B.G.’s first*irte
Concern over Germany's capi-| pings at 1.52 p.m. They put on 178 by close of play.O ©

tal shortage is understood to have}





tion causes. At Buckingham now converted into aj »re#k” hill, northeast of Yanggu,

temporary hospital with every device of modern) beat uit reposted UN attache
medical science, the keynote was great anxiety. ies ied ie

A court official who visited the Palace to-day) tiey used icneunely heavy
said: “I will be a very unhappy man for the next ern ne on a )

three days. It will be that long before doctors can) {{ir-) ij pciicd une
begin to have any real hope or basis for concluding} United Nations advances if any,

were slow, and both sides were

Qualified sources said the At-| carrying his Saturday individual total of 95 to a top

lantic Council meeting in Ottawa
served to emphasize the economic | score of 134.

difficulties of the Western Alliance} With Eric Atkinson (47) he p
and by implication pointed up wag
Germany’s fiscal problems, They
said the Federal Republic appears
to have a_ sufficient ae



out to give surgeons access to the diseased lung. pitches railroad interdiction pro- ] (
ramme apparently halted most of i nnraians a(blal-nivcias bare | . - bs
But the have been unable yet to state mg. rane rail traffic Pai ‘thbee taal _ 18 Melal | ircl 5 he tig without loss in reply to Barbados’ first innings of ©
th . ful d likel b 1 iy i y of U : expected participa 397
e operation was successful and are unlikely to be} comotives were spotted during ion in the Western Defence| Re ,
he night effor*, The U.S. is counting on he excepticn of Norman Marshall, all
able to do so before the end of the week. Heavy Red reinforcements fou Beirckh seh a - eanuiden ant With the P ss : ‘ 7
i porte tilding uy f importe ete ene nttenn| Barbados bowlers looked innocuous on the perfect
Their first concern was that the Monarch would) fePorted building up west o mportant share of Wester
ecover from the terrific shock such a major opera | Kumhwa in the ota eto aaee Europe's mobilization burden Bourda wicket. Barbados carried the over-week
€ : : Break” hill, northe : Canee Difficulties score of 309 for five wic!:ets to 397, Norman Marshal}

on 111 for the sixth wicket, con
pleting the third century partne
ship of the innings

Marshall 100

"ms mortar and
g that from





capacity to handle any defence
production programme likely to be
proposed Although Western




: ” ’ Bourda wicket was perfect ar
that their work may be successful. = paying in casualties. Any Allied j|Germany’s foreign trade is run-{unmarked when Marshall, 95 1
Prime Minister Attlee, Conser- rushing her destiny to an earmier|tank which poked its nose beyond ning at the rate of well overlout, and Atkinson 16 not out
vative {leader Winston Churchill fulfilment Allied lines ran almost immedi- : 3 5 $6,000,000,000, sources of Govern-|sumed Barbados’ first innings tt
and Liberal leader Clement Davie ately i lez > fle he Rat esey r ment’s hard money reserves total|/stood at 309 for 5, Only thre
y into deadly flat trajectory) yaRgHat TYTO, the Dictator of Yugoslavia, recently ra visit less than $50,000,000 08, & OF 9s. Only 3h

today sent a joint message of Even if the King recovered | overs were bowled before Marshal
sympathy to the Queen. The mes-
sage read: ‘“‘Madam, at this time of

anxiety we wish with our hur

|

|

| cil of State to help him reign! the red vaid Ith oh kls ; i winter food shortage his individual century in 140
duty to assure Your Majesty i for the while is almost a cer-) oy iit or ; ima are PL i ely B: ance P orces E.C.A. aid to Germany which}/minutes, This included 13 four
our thoughts are with you and th ; tainty. And in high quarters the pt—on Kimpo Airfield out- will amount to somewhat less the “n It was a well deserved centu

| |

|

fire.
Proof of Communist’s aggressive
intent by all means was shown in

from his lung operation he faces
life as a semi-invalid, A Coun-

to his native village, Mumroveg in Croatia.--EXPRESS. A large fraction of this sum ha
been set aside as guarAntee against|consummate confidence reaches

who recommenced the innings wit







Princesses. word regency is even being side Seoul, peacetime South Ko- $175,000,000 during the current/with chancel and purposef

It is our earnest prayer that Hi mentioned for the first time. Yada capital e fiscal year will at best inadequate- | batting
Majesty the King may soon ! \s Queen or as head of Council { ‘Three obsolete P.O, planes hh _ an reven ly cushion the economic shocks of t

Gaskin, had now abandoncd tt
-onversion to defence production theory and bowled to an orthe





fully restored to health. : ff State or as Princess Regent, dropped two bombs—one a dud-
Your Majesty's humble obedient Elizabety would be assuming a|°V® the airport early Sunday. an r+ according to these sources, There-|dox field from the Northern En
servants, : role in which there is little time One plane was shot down by a fore U.S. officials are seeking|but first Patoir and then Seafort!
C. R, Attlee, Winston Churchill, | for being mother. Little Prince; Marine night fighter. The third or ar means other than direct economic|came in for punishment from tt

Southern End

Clement Davies.” Charles who will be three in No-| aircraft of similar type to be shot aid to help Germany build up her ;
Atkinson was inclined to fla '

The Queen sent this reply to] yember and one-year-old Princess] down in the past three months hard currency reserves



’ @ 3
Attlee. “My daughters and I are} Anne have no idea of the drama A Navy announcement said the —De CGasperi —U.P. |the bat and twice Gaskin four ih
so grateful to you, Mr. Churchill | being played out in the improvised | U.S. destroyer Perkins was struck the edge, but the ball bounce ”
and to Mr. Davies for the kind}hospital at Buckingham Palace} twice by Communist shore bate WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, , through the slips safely G. GIBBS

args aoe a jan ecttinale en ae ee oe en ee Mee Italian Premier Alcide je Gasperi, told Congress to-- Sup ply Iks
i your praye t arles is said > have inquired “
storation to health. We are deeply | shout “yrandpa’s” long absence} qt eri the ie cote nae day: “It is now clear’ that a third world ‘war will come a Ss

touched by your thought of us atiti¢ princess Anne is only just] nities unless the Free World achieves forces powerful enough

this moment of anxiety. Eakaitecd oo oe : and no serious cs | a . B . U.
ELIZABETH R,” | /¢arning to speak. Dettrover - Grate fired = to balance the force of Communism. Phare egin oft.

teries during the 16-day bombard-

Steady scoring by both batsmen at . . at sie .
ment in support of ground troops. mistake, Magshall had been at the

in spite of changes in the bowling wicket for 198 minute

saw Barbados scoring, to get right! J) @ chanceless innings of 134

in front of the clock, 350 in 327 ihe scored freely all around the
pees 9 ;

minutes with Marshall 121 and) \icket, the strokes from h bat

Atkinson now batting steadily in | making sweet music

the thirties |! hh enaiin n 379/6/18
He got into the forties with ap The seore then 379/6/134

Prime Minister Clement Attlee | rounds from five-inch ana 40m, bs He said war “must” be averted if possible. But if it
told Canadian Prime Minister nee

Regency Louis St. Laurent by transatlantic |2U"s and claimed 700 known

comes, he said, Italy will be in the solid front for freedom. LONDON, Sept. 24
ommunist casualties.—U.P. : ,

. de ; telephone on Monday that the lat- De Gasperi frankly asked for While bulletins from Bucking
Princess Elizabeth telephoned’ ot ‘news on the King’s condition

the nursery at Balmoral today to} wo. «yer i ng”, St. Lau-

brilliant cover irive the be “Disaster”
stroke of his innings and one of| ee aL i ti
tha aat of the match. co fo Now disaster befell Barbado

99 B l orders i the revision of the | eritj i .
“B t orde anc 1€ 510 ) @ jecritical condition, Commonwealth
UuZZ u € iT unfair” Italian treaty so that his | Ministers met here for the first ct rene co 1 Atkir two more wickets falling without
1ASE almos Lac / won

country’s contribution could be | time in history on Monday to make : an addition to the score, Atkinson
To Pa Costs greater ; plans for linking production ot | Sm ped at i, He beat him sf attempted to late cut a good length
y Should they be faced with ag- braw materials throughout the Bri-|% S!@"P ef break herween “| ball on the wicket snicking it into

more U.S aid such as defence |ham Palace told of King George's



vas “very encouragi
ask about her two children know~- rant said he talked by tele mee
ry tT not ae nae re with the British Prime Minister } £10 000, 000 W ill Be
a real mother—as mothers ali OVE | shortly before 6 p.m. and said he
2 world iderstand the term— |, oe Sr ae .
oo Saas ee end At 25 Prin- Non to De iin conmunietion eth Avi ailable F or e ca
cess Elizabeth had looked forward | 400 oo a eed: : .
to many years as a devoted wife day or early Tuesday %, Hurricane Relief
and mother before she was called e he announcement froma the i ie
upon to mount the Throne of Brit- | Prime Minister Ss offic e said that KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 21.
ain as Queen. But the nature andj Attlee had assured nt sees Jamaica with £4,600,000, a froc
gravity of King George's illness is that the most recent news about} gift and interest free loan from
te ™ he health of the King was very} England; around £500,000 from
encouraging.” — , : voluntary subscriptions including
St. Laurent’s office said “In} £250,000 from the British Govern-
. » the meantime arrangements for] ment; about £2,250,000 from in-
ADVOCATE J CA the visit of Her Royal Highness | surance compani another £500,
Princess Elizabeth to Canada are] 000 from the Hurricane Insurance
RELIEF FUND being proceeded with. Should any | Fund, another £500,000 in pledges
| change in these arrangements be] from Gbvernment for emergency
THE fund again moved found desirable an announcement | purposes; and still another million
forward yesterday but only vill be made immediately from utility companies, the Jama-
3 —U.P. ica Public Services Company, the
Light and Power Monopoly, and



gression which all attempts at con-}tish Empire
siliation had failed to avert, the Prime Minister Clement Attles

No Merit In His Appeal Italian people would stand by to spoke of the

give their contribution to common-

“ ic = a and the a ~ beat “Ithe wicket keeper's hand, the lat-

a te Atk nt , lat t for ter making a smart catch to dis-
. , 7 - . u 4 ” an ° "

ir aii e sith the nie 368. and | â„¢* him at 47. 379/7/47

. wie rit ie > 366 ‘ leita

this pair had now put on 100 in 8} @ On page &

minutes for the sixth wicket

period of “grave
anxiety” throughout the Empir«
when he received Ministers fron
all Commonwealth countrie in
cabinet at 10 Downing Street
where the week-long conference
is to be held.

sonferences with top officials es- eee Stokes, Lord Privy

pecially, to free Italy from what
Italians feel are harsh treaty
terms.

(From Our Own Correspondent sense.”

> ;
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20 F De Gasperi who was welcomed
The Hon Tubal Butler ee f by Truman and other top officials
> Appeal C ourt today rae bs e on his arrival here spoke to a joint
Se nrvant heard the Chief Justice.) meeting of the House and Senate

the Hon, Sir Cecil Furness-Smith |e came to the U.S. for important
say that there was no merit in his

appeal against conviction at the
a Brea Police Court earlier this





Marshall Goes The “ADVOCATE”
Eleven run later Mar hall pays for NEWS

great innings came to a close

Chase bowling off breaks of lower Dial 3113

trajector ent down a er leg

pinner luring Marshall down ti D or Ni ht

wicket for the ball to break awa wy 8
Wicketkeeper Jordan made no ! os i i ote





and «a minister for raw
materials is to preside over the
i. Mr. Butler had been con- ‘onference, Stokes was expectec
victed then ‘or collecting money “ aS t - ,jto point out to Commonwealtt
without the permission of the Com- wilt WP abe him that, he ministers that raw material
ioner of Police In ‘varm terns De Gasperi ortages, although bringing tem

Mr. Butler who made a stirring |ihanked Congress for aid APs his |POrary benefits of high prices t
iddress, sought advice after the ountry and Europe enerally particular producers, are harmfu
court’s decision as to whether] since the war. He said this coun- |’ the development of prima:
there is a higher tribunal to which }try “nas won the first battle’ in] PToducing and industrial coun
he can take the matter making sure of the economic sur- | tes alike. He also was expecte
Sir Cecil advised him to seck vival of Europe's countries as free to emphasise that hortage are




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slowly. There are those who |)
Tinie souen vas eae various other big commercial en-

Re aa il J terprises, will have available
yet got around to it. This Bevan And Attlee around £10,000,000 to help cover

slow period is your opportu- || estimated” hurricane lo of



legal advice lands in the face of the inroads by harmful to Commonwealth cour

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nity. by J. » §*Degee”™” | £16,000.000
GET IT OVER NOW | lo Make Peace Housing, industrial and agricul- ing age Aap a i Si Soviet Russia and world Com- |tries defense efforts ‘
Fix the matter at once, |; LONDON. Sept. 24 tural rehabilitation schemes heard sO: ein pea . nunism. U.P.
and you would have cone Mr. Clement Attlee 'é tt \bour| being implemented as rapidly about eer ve See “We who have gone through two
vue’ duty, : avi A a nes al pated possible.——(CP) to seck legal advice ; world wars know that we must h } a d d?
Where to send it? To Mfininter ye ae Bevan actor “T am respectfully submitting to| avert a third. Members of this Cc ill 1 Ba Which ones Oo you rea
either of the city banks or Near 4 ue rather ‘s lot you, that there jis sufficient evi-] Congress, this is also your will as souneciior ries
direct to the cashier at our ie ni gid ne eect We : ~ . x ° jence to prove that there is di well as the intention of the Presi- 3 oaks 4 soi
0 ur | /temporary—today informed soure-| Atomic Capacity repancy in the police evidence,” | dent.” For 7th Time To Which ones would you
office. You want to, so do it. es said. The sources aid the a eee mf aid Mr. Butler i He said that Europe once it is 4
Walsh ; 1,371.67 ee Nees bogey rs ao WASHINGZON, Sep. #4 “It is dangerous to convict and] finally united, “will relieve you x “~ @ |
qeenas ge behind clo ed door at a meeting i hairman Brien McMahon Of}so I leave it to Your Honours tO! of your sacrHices in men and arms Get Ban Lifted like to get? |
A Friend 1.00 ||of the National Executive in ordet|the Congressional Atomic Energy| zive some consideration to my! for,she will by herself contrive
K 2.40 jto present a united front in the] Committee, said in a press stat humble petition,” he continued her defence angi the defence of (From Our Own Correspondent) |
Barclays Bank D.C. & 0 oo | {fort zeneral election of cee on Monday the men But the Court agreed that are | European freedoin.” De Gasperi : PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20 |
lar McG at ‘Coéunuaneoe 7 | Oct snergy Commission has informed] was no merit in his appeal. Mr.| made these points on the struggle Janned by the British Guian:
ont en Soe 00 |} An open invitation for unity in}him the United States atomic} Butler is to pay cost | aheatt as ‘they concern Italy. - Government from re-entry in that Would you like to become
| the party hierarchy was made by | productive capacity could be in- Even when the decision was | Firstly, his country wants and]|Colony 14 years ago, Councillor
Total $11.390.0% Bevan yesterday in London’s}| creased by 150 per cent “with the] given the Honourable Member was | needs o-‘ers for civilian or mili- |C. B, Mathura of the City Corpora b ‘ib ?
| Sund 14y newspapers. necessary money and facilities.” not through with the matter. “May tary suppiies to give jobs to 2,060, |tion is making his seventh effort a subscriber !
—U-P. —U-P. [ ask a question?” he addressed,000 unemployed. “We ask you to }to have the ban lifted ‘
ns I the Court. : : ssist us. We are a hard-working c nae in the year 1936, the
1 + Permission was given. “Is there Pmation which above all nee: Souncillor visited British Guiana
W.. q OLLE HARD at iny higher Court to which I can | work.” as the guest of the British Guian:
ippeal. I must go somewhere else.’ Secondly, he expressed Italy’s | Trade Union Council, and, in com- A k h
As Mr. Butler trooped out of | gratefulness ‘as free men to free} pany with Mr. Hubert Crichlow S t e
Court, his many followers who had} men” that the United Nations | member of the Legislative Council |
compamed him left with him. took the lead in seeking the re- jin B.G. delivered a series of lec-
vision “of our unfair peace treaty.” | tures on the labour question
—U-P. Shortly after he returned t
, Trinidad there was much disorder
Send In Your ly behaviour and a strike fol y ‘ TaN Py,
4 M. ail £34 O lowed The Governor, with the Z i “4
| Pp + ' echanic aT consent of the Secretary of State,
ackage Now! immediately placed a ban on the
Ma 2 Councillor.
nslaughter For many years protests were
Packing of clothing, hardwar Char e made on his behalf. He himsel' { "aN Fr i“
and foodstuff vill continue t Ss wrote on four occasions seekin \ i 4 /
| Queen's Park house today Aft (From Our Own Correspondent) redress from the Government f
1any parcels were réceived | St. GEORGE'S, Grenada, . His latest letter to the Colonial
the J ca Hurricane Relief Or- Sept. 22 secretary of E.G. reads in. part
ganisation it was decided to star] Mr. Emmanuel | Cruickshank, | 1,68 ment Nefiew ‘the bat im
packing on Friday last. popular Public Works Department | 7°" , AMon Ci | | : 7
The S.S. Colombie, which mechanic, is on bail in the sum of ee Sey Gea o See ter hit if about any Magazines you would i
taking the cases to the sufferers in| $2,000 consequent on a manslaugh- you to Sir Hubert Rance, the Hon | | q
Jamaica is expected “ave oulter charge preferred against him in} p. M, Renison, C.M.G.. and the} like to subscribe to f
Wednesday, October 3 mem-}conneection with a road tragedy|Chief of Police in Trinidad, as to! ]] 5
ber of the organisation told t ist Saturday night involving #|my general character. Please i} iq
. ivocate i. terda We hope} 29-year-old policeman, Douglas|this matter your early attentior |
iat the public will realise that it! Gijbert, who met his death. } : ®
is extremely necessary to xt} Police investigations are being PHONE
in the articles this week |




made into the circumstances

in If artic due ‘doent i Military honours were accorded | TO-DAY’S WEATHER 2 5 | 0

eck perhaps they will have ts |.) at Gilbert’s funeral next afternoon

delayed in the island for about|i™ St. David’s, with the Govern- CHART

her two months before the ment Band and fifty police in at-

By Saturday we will sto;









: L0G ent to Jamaica with the fol-;t@mdance and among the present | Sunrice;: 5.59. 6m s m aie
—— : - aaneantrmnmmnd ~ — i, et of cases.” being the Governor's A.D.C., the | tetas oa Racrees Give your name and address
He aid “Everyone should] Administrator, Superintendent and Lighting 6.00 pm |
NESTLED close to the Blue Mountains, tle Univer sity College of the West Indies received a heavy blow realise we cannot afford to wait.| Deputy Superiritendent of Police High Tide: 12.58 p.m
from the hurricane. Photo shows storeroom on the Commons storm-battered, its stores exposed to the he destit : The deceased constable was on Lew Tide: 606 a.m., 6.16 p.m
sun and air. nxio sick leave at the time of his Geath, cenmmmmmesmmmeemmmnmmmmmmmmmmemmeeemmem is a nee nt asin!







_PAGE 1 rwo BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951

Carb Mes ooestias| Operation Siren Starts _
4 se husband is one of the e , ee
Gist" a Sey tas abine Pe Paris Round-Up

zuela yesterday by L.A.V.





















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M®= ( \ Lawyer, Journalist intransit from England and the |
i tha ‘Adiiieie ; ; POCKET CARTOON A Continent where she had been on| Hy § AM WHITE
nd Author even mi ay y wens 4 AST TWO SHOW “NING . A
eh OSBERT LANCASTER ven saaiane’” Sener eS ee | OPENS PERDAT AP
r M* _ MANUEL GONGORA Off to Antigua | : PARIS, After the recent reports tha 4.45 & 8.20 :
. sien ee ae R. ARTHUR H, MAINGOT,| WITH their cloaks flying, batons Maclean might be in France. Fa ; : :,
For Sugar Talks a ‘ace yy ae M fthe firm of FitzPatrick} ead age Raye sap + 7 _ og mnaiete > res h poli 4 rr “Re
ON’BLE H. A. CUKE, M.L.¢ , a ee Graham and Co., chartered ac-| 2" 2 Se. SS ORES OS Seneraee. STON See eT I :
Fx i¢-®. §. Robinson and Mi ae * = a. (cieutation of nowrap Port-of-Spain, Trini- Fae sees “iabee Tarte, Ge = reply _< etakalp — in hey made the i ih kt aie ;
= : ; ash acai ; J a arbe dad, left for Antigua on Sunday r0lic a al rance, } © clue as to his fate or " Great American ov }
a eeceeeeer 3’ Tie series of articles for his journal. morning ty B.W.I.A, oie eemoaign to teen 1p inte a whereabouts. : eM
the island on Saturday B.W arm via Trinidad and wil Spending two weeks’ holiday at |” = ger ‘ful. SONS GF TOUTES Rave i otek hans ; Ho ya
oe 1A. for +e remaining until about Thurs- "1¢ Hotel Royal. en es Sean PP Ue
a Meeting of BWISA staying a . arine . E oie | s a :
Meas, day ering ot tor maarey, Bote First Visit {Two vast police operations, both Here is «shot Jn dhe som
. e Se a yee ago, \« @ Britain’s tourist indus wen-
re ee mpanied her visited Trinidad and wrote a num- AYING their first visit to Bar- xy military sounding bi ns § . y en
ae names, have just bee m- ty r-old Miss Camilla Smith
husband. ber of articles about that colony bados are Mr, P. A. Dicker, |) ted. Several ths ot - over of crag a whe n il millior .
S n Holi days for Bis, Sane his wife and little daughter Denise ling “The first “Operatic i: Siren” aie : ju t ended a two-month|
ent Summer Holi s firs ss of Barba- of Maracai Te 7 They |{28. first — atio’ aire, 1 ided a twoen
p 5 His first impressions of Barba { Maracaibo, Venezuela They }_ was directed at the boulevards holiday Paris and London. Mis:

dos are very good and he is very arrived here by B.W.I.A. a week la ound the Opera: : . atic at
pleased with the Advocate which ago and will be leaving Saturday. }* d the Opera: the second— Smith, student of dramatic art in
Opeartion Olympia”’—was aimed New York, has pocket money



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Savawemtere ror 1 > fi a very excellent paper They are staying at the Oce
over ¢ veek-end by B ie andl ‘community like Bar- View Hotel, 7 7a weet the Champs Elysees, both pro- enough to be able to afford the
\ Trinidad iJ Ti ” bados, ' Mr. Dicker who is in the|°Uced a strangely small catch. best. Here is her report on the
back i In additioy to being a famous accowts department of the Sheil | me She Speen area, out of 1,237 two ce ape tee ;
rie t . journalist, Mr. Echenique is also Caribbean Petroleum Company|People detained for questioning Hotels: London has two of the
er vacatior his parent an author of sixteen books, some told Carib yesterday that his wife | only eight were arrested. In the best hotels in the world
rT t House Leaving Thursday of which deal with law, arid and he had been doing quite a bit}/Champs Elysees. 1,359 detainees
‘ tent eturnin ver A BR IVING from England on travels. of sight seeing and among the | yielded a paltry 12 suspects Clothes: Paris for an occasion-
‘ yaaa! nd f ’ 1 olaces they had visited were Sam | al gown, London for clothes, Lo
4 Saturday by T.C.A. was M1 4 . ; > ’ +
nd Canac ere G BL einai els hier dvcheaaals After Ten Years Lord’s Castle, the Crane and |, In the Champs Elysees was PO don clothes and accessories are in
; Dominica where he is empl Bathsheba Bln ee sen d handsome French petter taste, better quality,
1. VICAR WARTS Ne mpiay~ ttigre aracal i , el m star Jea arais ¢ 2 : ; 7 ; E
y St 10 has re- © H* had spent a holiday in the AR. h. Pettigrew oF Maracaibo, We a having $ wre. good about to step Res ee ion ate “better Dia, ; hnvetts
seta a oe ge. Mr. John U-K. with his family, Accom- ~ Venezuela who was in Barba- holiday ; he said and added that Raia pendadedh tactfully, per Theatre: London incomparabl :
Sk or nd Mrs. C. L. Panying him was his little daugh- “0S ten years ago, is now _ back heir only regret was _that the apologising to Marais later: “You "Re" AO ge a es .
pany Ae eae Tee George ter Carolyn whom she has brought again ao ee ew % length of their stay was so short. ook (So saeamperous fee ake: eo merece ro ng aged are | he| Thies
ho now be entering Brad- High Scho ro oe accompanied by his wife and gyoune and you have a flash cer,” Pood: Soni Of the best mea JOURDAN
rd Co for the first time and *#2n schoo he three children, Bunny, Gail d Old S h q I One result of all this police ac- ; jaq in Europe were in London DEBRA PAGET |
Mi Ma Johnson, daughter Mr. Band is staying at the Rol "They Be tetas eae cnoo 8 \ivity is that there is considerable es JEFF CHAN
W. HE. Johnson ©cean View Hotel until Thursday nee aap a Aaa staying at Para- si migration from still unraided dis- Good-Bye, Josephine week
St. Joseph. She me go acelin: es , ae “Mr “Pettigrew is an engineer Civen Some Tone | jtricts like Montmartre into the ~ tis ; ; 5
‘ 0 McDonald College © aa ‘F vine ™ employed with the Shell Carib- areas Which have already been Josephine Baker is planning to} , tie
“ doing her third yea hd ean Petroleum Company WHEN a hoy goes to find his|raided—on the theory that these retire shortly from the stage in or F GLENN FORE ANNE BAXTER. DENNIS O'KEEFE
o nomics Cy first job th ame of his schooljare now safe for some time to der to run a luxury hotel. She and :
‘ - Stu ‘ J e n ‘ 9 de a : : in wi jf /
i by T.C.A dents Return to School Back From U.K. Holiday | counts a lot, says London teaching | come. her husband (bandleader Jo Bouil FOLLOW THE SUN «» JUNE HAWoc
Back Trinidad TPWENTY-FOUR students ho j experts. And if he has to admit} Why are the police doing all lon) plan to convert their home. ee
ack to rinida i were vending the an ehiae R. A. F. BROWN, Assistant} he went to “....Road school” it|this? Pugzied Parisians shrug their The Chateau de Milades, in South- WE DNI SD: AY & THU RSDAY y
s bie ie of fins , Os the r : Manager of L. Ross and Co.,| probably does not create a good/shoulders and attribute it to a West France, into a hotel complet 4.45 & 8.30 ROY AL
R. WILFRED FRANC ‘0 oe Tr on aid at orion . a = vester . r Producers of Dominica, | impression. “crise de moralite—an attack on with “the best swimming pool in f : “ d .
ae Shell Leaseholds Ltd., Trini- 7 ning b: B.W.I.A. to return @trived here on Saturday by The London County Counciljof Puritanie zeal more common Europe, a cinema, an open air} M-G-M Presents LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY
ont, seen < home on Sunday by 4, ihe Lodge School sane Codrin '.C.A. from England where he}have just altered the names ofjamong ‘Anglo-Saxons than in theatre and a museum of Miss) 5,,4. 4 AMARR John HODIAK 4.30 & 8.15
B.W.1.A. after a short visit to hn Minion : had been on three months’ holiday.|500 London school bstituting | France uvenirs. They propose to CY LANES
I 1 High School ha lay zondon schools, substituting | France. Baker souvenirs. They prog
the islan He was accompanied TT Oe ne in by flight 303 at He is staying at the Ocean View | historic or local-interest titles and Another explanation is that the s spend £100,000 on accommoda- in Colmnbin Amion Dourt
by his wite and two ; ire ma 9:50 in the forning id ten, mit Hotel untit Thursday when | he “pleasant-sounding” names, raids are due to a paternal desire ten ; eA LADY WITHOUT Actio e
During MAE'S ve rs : later, B.G. Airways brought "eturns to Dominica by B,G The 500 schools are the first!by the French police to protect ie ? al
a ci b yi hay? Bhar 30 ham.” anothe six students fro st, Airways of several thousand to be changed |tourists from their own follies. They Said “Steaks PASSPORT ” GENE AUTRY KING OF THE
farold Bowen of "sheringham, vincent. These students are also Int it in the next few years. If this is the reason, the raids Sixty-One English workers from | COWBOYS in
ae for the same ‘school ntrans¥ e come weeks too late for most tour- the Coseley Engineering Com-
er Roosevelt ists F lready left Fi ver ; lec with
* _ NTRANSIT . Tw schools for shysically |!Sts have already le rance, pany of Wolverhampton awarde: . a ‘
- en Antigua aaa Brought Son To School [' TRANSIT from Trinidad on hhethbaiienen athters tn "Seaamar ‘i @ one-day trip to Paris for step-| a Janie CRAG “INDIAN
5. 1 7 eee Yer sonny eared Fp teaser F z s = uestion by Farouk y » production, went on reorge Mé
M. of Dr. Ke R. Hutson, A RRIVING from Trinidad by {on Antigua, were | Major, ‘A. | named after President. Roosevelt, sang Farcuk has boon taking. 9 Bepping bores a TERRITORY ”
‘ Veterinary Officer J B.W.LA,, on Thursday even- om es ese arab paenr shes who was himself an invalid "| keep interest in the mystery of | Their commonest purchases were | a ;
tationed in Anti ua arrived over wa ‘in Dennis Aird nee Siunat et eee pe At Brockley, Mantle Road Maclean and Burgess, the missing tinned pineapple, printed georg-| OLYMPIC | Bs
- \ sohoene by B.W.1 A fron M inager of the Trinidad Gov Wskcntcteniss —— Senior School has become | Foreign Office officials. The King ette scarves, and champagne. Their | and t
4 > as ac ve oe ee “ > nna a Po ape . a .' Pr 2 es s .
et ee eo oe rnment Raily ay. He was" ac He was accompanied by Mr. Thomas Wolsey Senior School. knew Mclean well when he was tneseurite menu dish: steaks. } TO-DAY & TOMORROW
be re-entering school at the je eat be putting to school at Fred Da Silva, Mr. A. Da Silva,| Clapham Central has been|First Secretary in the British Em- World Copyright Reserved | 4.30 & 8.15 WARNER BAXTER
Lodge ia chetin ee remo’ Mr, R. Ferreira and Mr, M.{ named Aristotle. a eee ie teh v8 iS One Bosse, also of the fir Pitz- L.E.S. : re “Es n
Arriving Shortly Mr. Ald is staying at the Bowe, elgo of the firm of its-| ii in egegaaligh Vesti, in a
M® PETER YNNISS who has Ocean View Hotel, Antigua, the party will be going ane zee | SRR ROD CAMERON “STATE
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4 been residing in Canada for M on to St, Kitts before returning to f ° ryte won ze | TOWN d in
the past five years, will shortly be Attended Tourism Talks = trinidad. Mayfair Tips A THE STH GueeT PLAZA este THE DAMNED | in PENITENTIARY ”
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rIVARE on a visit to his farnily : o 2 ie - >
f a brief holiday He works M* M as Ox, M 7 ‘ te Excellent Accommodation Christmas Winner eee Tne are me ete PAR. -| WR RD 2 “THE LADY
Muntz and Beatty Ltd., In- ~ turnec rom Culdac rujilio t= Eee ”* 7 | ( I a7 .
surance Brokers of Toronto or yo om by B a I.A Ts ISITORS to Trinidad would By JON HOPE “WOMAN ON PIER 13” & “FIGHT FILM” OBJE s EXCITEMENT RUNS HIGH
Peter is the son of Mr. and Mrs, attending as an observer, “4 lind excellent accommodation = : 4 at | and
T.aurancée Tanias of Rockley Nev Phird Annual General Meeting of at the Blue Mountain Guest House] @ WHAT are the autumn Laraine Day—Robert Ryan Ranay Tt > hae apaanne noninson {|
Road, Committee" Mmterim Poursm situated in the Caseade Valley, feshions in Mayfair — when it Joh» Agar—-Thomas Gomez Seactee in SLOW MOTION: — |{| MIKEL CONRAD in ite ee eee
For Trinidad Holiday For Holiday in Canada Off To St. Kitts Curzoh Street bookshop diree- Badiics Dspacu tahun ea hem pepiascadte ene “ARCTIC MAN HUNT ”’
Miss CHRISTINE MAYERS, R. HERBERT WATSON of ‘or, Handasyde Buchanan, says) Gary COOPER Ruth ROMAN in * DALLAS” Color by Technicolor NT
Sister at the Maternity Welches, St. Thomas, was ]Y[®- SETH WHITE, President]the emphasis in fiction is om) |) eames | TED DONALDSON in
Hospital left by B.W.LA,, oP among the passengers leaving the of the Leeward Islands eri Fo The Cruel Sea a . ee | “oo eae she Tey Fields of
Thursday last for Trinidad on island on Saturday morning by Mission of Seventh Day Adven-]Graham Greene’s End of the} OISTIN a ~ | Alaske holiday. She is expected to re- T.C.A. He has gone for a holi- tists, left by B.W.I1.A,, on Friday Affair, ror | PLAZA Dial 8404 G A i KT W | RUST Y SAVES A
main three weeks, lay. on a visit to St, Kitts, And non-fiction? Easy favourite st 2-Shows To-day 5 & 8.30 p.m THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES||| THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.15 ”
i Bat a i hata al al ia a wh loon hesinlaiaiaeettiei (after Geese is English Bis Return Mach . To-day and To-morrow 8.30 p.m | TA : es LIFE
3 * Country Houses, by Christopher any i = ed Denny Kaye in } JAMES MASON
American Column Hussey: it costs’ 25s. Runner-up: ||| TURPIN een gi PS tg oto rd ys ai | at
Also The Action Feature ! Color by Technicolor and

Shawe-Taylor and Sackville! * ODD MAN OUT i? and

’ Robert Mitchum in “VALLEY OF THE GIANTS”
. @ e West's aid for gramophone enthus- “THE BIG STRAL Wayne Morris |
rem in iss iasts. The Record Guide. with Jane Greer William with Jane Greer — William Bendix err ara ar err tal a | and i
vrs. (only? 8.30 p.m | ‘
e What does Mr. Buchanan tip for Wed. & Thurs. 5 and 8.30 p.n na Tee eae” | ANGER WOMAN” “BLACK CAT” LAST OF THE RED





Christmas sales? Sir Frederick “FIRST YANK IN TOKYO renda Joyce

















NEW YORK. to your Congressman or have Hali-weight Engines Ponsonby’s Recollections of Three Tom Neal and ee ee ass AGH '
The scientist who has led Am- your parents complain for you.” FOUR YBAKS of laboratory] Xeigns, due November. ae dia a biceal | ten Erol = Seas Anarevs w ALLAN LADD MEN ”
erican rese< on the atomie air- Widitest Ak nviveen orx, and Henry Kaiser’s en-| @ A thriller by Michael Innes, | SD —e ——_+--—-- ison eee sicaens
plane w born within sight of the waeenwe are . gineers are ready to give the alu-] Operation Pax, coming from | <== _ wea = Sitios iia ic



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Moran styie, for Ameriva’s new vest. Their goal To cut engine] to superlatives, Says he: eee AQUATIC CLUE CINEMA (Members Only) R oO xX Y

Kremlin’s walls in Mos minum ear engine its first roaa]| Gollancz, has moved its publisher |
fan’ tetan he ‘Bolshevik comnts aiattaes Connnity. Her taste runs “elsht more than 50 per cent}can put it down. Innes has be- TO-NIGHT to THUSDAY NIGHT, at 8.30
Aotige dy ah at EK te tee fluity. ane teen Sends ag tisear AMERICA'S “blind goddess”—Sing from ‘Collins, makes them say THE GAL wie te Te WEST | oa We 4.30 & 8.15











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Innes, it seems, must be good Yvonne DeCARLO — Charles COBURN — Sco*t BRADY— | BUD ABBOT — LOU COSTELLO
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always blindfolded as a sign of
aie ; ; : impartiality of justice — is now
N.E.P.A, stands for nuclear ee aa ee = re going to see. She will look at

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craft. The work of his group led ne a eee be pee ee the top of Washington's new
to the United States Government’s ¥ ma Seer St, air United States courthouse,

announcement placing the contract temperamental. Why won't she be blindfolded?
for the first A-plane with Consoli- ONCE AGAIN New York’sa ‘Say the architects: “In order to
dated Vultee, makers of heavy theatre critics are unkind to a 100k at problems with clear eyes
bombers. show from London. Their reaction @Md full vision.” Their decision
to the Highland comedy “Lace on WS upheld by the Chief Justice
her Petticoat’: rather treacly. But Of the Court of Appeals.

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‘haeology fessor at Moscow ; on - ile . gr . |
at pena , aoe aed eS eee they think that Perlita Neilson is ate ee ae Bailey statue is Jesse & Frank JAMES And The Younger Bros. |
dis gg BL a studied-tech- ‘uly sweet. ws ae . . * $6 ” g | and
Seer ase wig to America ,. OSCAR is dead, and President | Winning Tax 8 in “THE GREAT MISSOURIT RATD S|
nology before coming [oO fer? Truman stops being the ) TAX THE GAMBLERS he § : ea , . >
‘ in 1929 for a doctorate. In World fi nM agg 9+, Po pias wihnings? Wen sas Sete unre $ TO-MORROW And THURSDAY 4.45 & 8.15 P.M. e wide
War It he worked in Naval In- Americans. atta priations Committee members — Robert CUMMINGS — Lizabeth SCOTT x
telligence. ae is, ep d eae e could raise £700 million. No in “PAID IN FULL” S|
Can ‘l, 1e former bever) Osear, the young elephant pre- say Senate Crime Committee mem- F agile x | THE AND res
Robinsor nto 5 sented as a gift to the President bers—how can you tax something g and “MR. RECKLESS” %| ANDREW SISTERS
Ne ! se * working on a new from the King of Cambodia, die NA . ng cae eer § William EYTHE — Barbara BRITTON |
secre project on board ship en route to ashe ‘AC ‘RS are 2
‘i 5 " a ington. The elephant is the sym- taking two full-time jobs in the PT ed OOS SSO POSSESS POPP PES FPP S SF SPITS POBCSQOVCOS and
Fashion For Nuns bol of the opposition Republican production boom. They earn as Across
i 5 os rl sa; Party, which will do its best next much as £50 a week. erly the rr . 4a) » POCPRPOO9R SOO ED DOD LD PPPPOSSOSS 9 0 FOOOPOOO OSD :
FASHION DESIGNER ae year to oust Democrat Truman The tax rate on two £25-a-week 6: Gut ot town, (3) | er en ee 3 «* MISSISSIPPI
Carnegie yf Fifth-avenue, has 7,0 éw = iin if he o din aint » the: a 8. Conveyance, a ‘teu of Simon? 4
sa tel in Mother Superio: from th Nhite House if he runs incomes is less than on one £50- ) p alpine plant. (9) SANETT A DRESS SHOP aS
createc o vs ee. for re-election. a-week income ii, - Houte indica ) e & >
Teresa a w mode Ss ae it fox ain te \youngsier oe | WER BROAI TREET x GAMELE .
he Carm nu t her found cringe. LOWE OAD §S 2 | 3
a ; ~oun-= . 16. I find pun y.
ling home in the Virginia coun Rupes t and the Sorcerer—30_ 18: Bho one with a pul wireiy, (3) | eager:
tryside. ater. S|
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ther Superior iid =the Reaps forbear, (5) . pik
d tb be table for il y bis Sieorine eepon’s hat. (5) Cocktail, Evening ¥}
truck driving to field 24. Least aise al act? (5) : aie nia x IX POEL OLE LLL LAPP PLP EPEAT? VOOR |
still be presentable in Down CHILDREN'S PANTIES—in all Sizes 313 s
model is described 1. Latte thet make leaves rot, (9) _ 1 1¢e x 1% %
reversible two-piece, grey 2. Simply mockery, (8 Cotton id from 64, to $1.16 r yar r r 7 , x
SY PRET aa ‘ m ; 3 Reunis have at feast one blot. (5) i g SS 1S -- Ww EN ONLY THE BE ST x
ret eee ee “ ove from 52c. to .80 ‘ %
ed skirt.” With it goes a smal 6. Serviceable, it brings us fuel. (6) Rayon | y oo ¥
yimmned grey Bat with. cloche 17. Always makes Ned’swear (8) Da seem oa WILL DO %
: ong erere *etses in Pate zou may ay to seize. (6) SCO OCOS 9S EEO PLPC OP EEE LOC LAL GVSSSE iS x
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driving licences while they wore + posed to prose, perhaps. (6) 1% x.
rae and my sister on the river. (4 ~~ on @ »
cand vel ite i nit ane) ’ “PETER PAN” ;
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; g an atteri in the A : Sno J r a > > .
prospect for Yeoman Bruce Hop- yors on, and after a while poor cleating. The drumenag stops, fav's ) w all our € ustomers ple ee note i% >
ng for printing handbills and Buperi sees what the big warrior is and ae waxs trembling. Then } pe 1 ie x
istributing them fellow sailor doing. He is calling other warriors he rea that_ something queer that our Departments evel be 1% s§ ¢ Oo T Cc Hi oO A T s§ >
at the Bainbridge (Maryland from distant parts of the island. has happened. The crowd are no , xX £ &
training centre. They read: “Our Gradually dark figures appear longer staring a Wi YY) & $
chow is not fit to eat. Complain through the geass and dense bushes — exception, they are gazing is x
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Adenauer Faces Ditlicult Problems

Over W. German Now THE MIGHT) LITTLE SNARLER Customs ott
Re-a rmament oe Capt. nts ney Sr oes p

Customs Officer

the giant under full rocket power for
minutes.
The U.S. lead in this very high

From Our Own Correspondent)
type rocket
speed flying gave rise to strong

capable of doubling the power « Shert Bursts PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20






















By JOSEPH W. GRIGG put of modern jet planes h med t criticisms of Britain’s failure to Customs Officer Edward Bethe!- |
FRANKFURT. Sept. 24, altitudes, has been successfull € reduce anything comparable vy of His Majesty’s Custems, hao |
_ Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is driving confidently tested in a Hawker Pi072 experi- 10!" eng Fees, Se 51 Vi ee GOR: ROGUE. SOMEHING SFO
ahead with his campaign to sell the West German Parlia- ™ental fighter. ‘ eagenclh nk 1951 Vintage iy Magisiraw Cwastein, on «|
f cx paig il The motor — appropriat ery t » climb- But I believe that the mighty varge of lareeny of a pair ol}
ment and thé German people on the idea of rearmament. reened the “Snesless aes d 5 s ome the “ittle Snarler, fitted to some of our shoes, the property of Bata Sh¢
t ei a ; one ieee of ry re ess ed and built by the . a vintage supersonic planes, mpany The Police appealec
ad eee ee . " Siddeley aero-engine | = each ry the British roundels against the decision. The Appea:
more vere A oa — oe = 12,000 Matches weighs only 215 lb. and f into tet - gh the high sky almost as Court found that Bethelmy
OG RO en Sn eee ey eee ‘ a space measuring 6ft. by i ouk t Kenaeivens. have HOW i ity os. the eae
Pee ee Se. « roe Tak acai Make A ().E. For nee aren bapihe t of 2,00 purely experiment: id sentenced er t
West na ccept ‘OY = — ver ane ” ur months’ imprisonment, Aftei
Caniicniees + pain toe idea ‘Taxi-Driver BEF POPE ORME SVSTIE BAUR n urgent need for such hearing from Mr. Cecil Wore
cf German rearmament. In_ fact By comparison, the i ‘ smc ps big erm ho appeared for the Police th
opposition to any kind of Gert : EASTBOURNE. minute Avon jet cng : a are known t wane made respondent had no criminal re¢ cord
rearm t ily Taxi-driver Reg Camm, of East- 2.450 I., measures 1¢€! Sa vances Ms. rocket develop the C ourt called on Mr. H. O b
during the pa ~ bourne, collects spent matches. ft.. and gives a take-off thru “ep They inherited much know- Wooding K. C. Counsel for Bethel
30th German and Allied With them he began making 6000 1%. The thrust of ‘et ene rom the ae who were my who stated that he was a mar-
Officials agree on that. The models of boats and cars. Then gine falls off at high altitude : 8 the way in 1945, and some ried man with one child. Result o
ser “di notes Rearmament he made a scale model of the gt a certain height the pigmy 7 re erts believe that one of the the conviction will be the inevi-
Yes But Without Us” have Queen Elizabeth, 2ft. 6in. long "i = - est and fastest Soviet planes, table loss of his employment, and
almost disappeared fror West That took 12,000 matches and - La.17, may be rocket boosted. 4}) pension rights. He had been |











RN OT SHE RENRTESRE NER :
, re r rhe picture below shows the customs officer for eight years

nozzle of the Snarler looking out
from the back of the Hawker

German cities, West German four months to make.
newspaper comment almost uwnan-



He fitted it with electric mo-

imously recognize that some ‘ i 1 t the Pi072

form of defenee contribution i ae EE ENE See ae ORS . aes €
unavoidable. But Adenaucr’s lake at Princes Park. It will be on view at the Society Boat Jwners
problem is that Germans know Then he made four tugs to £9 ) of British Aircraft Constructors’ ° a
that now or never they are in a with it. They took nearly a year. five-day show at Farnborough Ait Repay $3,145
position to bargain with Western He has also made a model of leld, Hants, starting next Wednes- -

Tower Bridge. It is Tft. 6in.
long and took 19,000 matches.

He makes each part sitting in
the driver’s seat of his car wait-

eo During August a sum of $3,145.99 |
was repaid by boat owners agains?)
loans; this makes a total of
$65,170.64 repaid to date, writes

C. Skeete director of Agricul-
ture in his report for September.

Interest collected for the month
mounted to $186.97 making
otal of $980.90 paid to date

Full Sovereignty

Their answer to the West’s ing for fares.
demands for German defence
contribution i “We will provide
troops if you give us back ow
full sovereignty.”

Both Adenauer and his oppon-
ent make the ime demand
“No rearmament without equality

-L.E.S.



Subs’ Magic Eye
Sees 200 Miles



At a meeting of the Fisheries)
Advisory Committee held on the

of rights.” The difference is 29th August, 1951, loans anne
that . } i Y i f > 7 . ing $2,365.4 te approved.
that the opposition parties a From CHAPMAN PINCHER Ag, to SS AES Ae eee ee eran
inere the ante higher than CHICAGO. Due to rough seas, fs




have expel ienced difficulty with
their fishing effort, and only small |
catches

London Express Servica have been
nonth,

Adenauer A new device which can detect

His problems in the next few the presence of submerged enemy
months will be to convince submarines at distances far great-
Germans t concessions in the er than ever thought possibie has
way of restored sovereignt he been developed by U.S. scientists, “~~

nas squeex out of “MN J learned today. 4
allies are a sufficient payment for In naval manoeuvers, three U.S. Steeple jacks
J XS
Challenge
miles.

the German defence contribution, submarines equipped with the de-
viee and working as a team were
able to detect an “enemy” sub-
marine at distances up to 200 ) Ow: sé '
o A l 1 22
They were also able to locate A nericans beaun Cyrus, 57
4 eo its position accurately enough for 1 I - De Registrar
man and Germany will be aircraft to be directed to a ten- re ( ie st
" STEEPLEJACKS in New York, % te

of bream and snapper

THE SNARLER SN creases with altitude.”
recorded during the









The Neo Nazi Socialist Reic
party of Otto Grotewohl, Premie
rejected the European : y plan

that it >
under Frenc




on the grot



German troo







allowed no independent national mile search area where the sub- Puc 1 n at residence

army of her ow marine was pin-pointed by other ome of the skyscraper, ha : ‘ iling sinee
The latest n yer of the S.R.P. methods. a fused a challenge to t ; he ‘had be»

weekly organ of Germ Op- skill against that of British etirement

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BARBADOS 49 ADVOCATE.

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Tuesday, September 35, 1951

GOOD EXAMPLE

THE building of four
the Bay Estate Tenantry
ment should be regarded by the
public as more than an attempt to stave
off criticism. It is an example which other
tenantry owners should be made to follow.

It is well that this precedent by the
Government to build proper roads in the
tenantry which they own, should come at
a time when the public are looking for-
ward to the general elections. It is the
duty of electors not merely to stress the
need of roads in the tenantries but to
acmand from those who offer themselves
as representatives a pledge of support for
legislation designed to compel tenantry
owners to build roads according to specifi-
cations by the Government Engineer in
charge of the Highways Department and to
be approved by him.

The present rainy season has focussed
attention to the highly unsatisfactory state
of the roads in the tenantries. In these
cases land owners have been allowed to
‘build roads of a sort and as long as there
was rule compel them to build
according to particular specification the
cheapest became the standard,



miles of road in
by the Govern-

general

no to

The result of this laxity has been the
steady deterioration of nearly all tenantry
roads built within the last few years. In
view however, of the increasing preval-
ence of cutting lands for tenantry pur-
poses, it would be as well if some attempt
be made to control this indiscriminate
method.

The Government bought the Bay Estate
Tenantry three years ago and have set
other tenantry owners the example of
bringing the services vater, roads and
light to the residents. The same practice
seems to be carried out at the Pine where
it is proposed to build roads even to shorten
distances and to accommodate ‘bus services.

It is no use the Government building
roads and putting tenantries in order with-
out exacting the same standards from
private tenantry owners

The inevitable result or such action will
be that houseowners will be clamouring to
remove their houses to Government ten-
antries, and charges of discrimination will
be made by those who are not selected.
The desired result will only be achieved
by means of legislation.

The Public Health Act should now pe
amended so that the General Board of
Health whose duty it is now to grant per-
mission for the division and sale of land,
could refuse such permission until the
roads have been approved by the Engin-
eer of the Government who should pro-
vide the specifications for building these
roads.

It will be argued that this will cause an
increase in the price of land. In the first
place this is hardly likely as there is land
in Barbados being sold at a figure which
seems to have escaped the notice of the
public. Tenantry lands in this island have
been sold at £10,000 per acre or 5/- per
square foot. It could hardly be expected
to have a much higher price except when
the Government are buying parking
stations in the City.

The answer to this alarm at the increase
in price is proper control by means of
valuers. This would also prevent specu-
lators purchasing land at high prices and



Franco's Prisoner-On-Holiday

Tells His Story

ity

Mervyn

By MERVYN
My holiday began with hopes
sunshine, perhaps adventure,
return ticket third class to
3arcelona, and £16,

It ended with 31 days in jail
and my father having to bail me
out for £50.

| In Palamos I
|

LUBBOCK
of

was arrested
with my three friends and taken
to jail. We were accused of in-
sulting Franco,

@ iT WAS just after midright
when an officer and two men of
the Civil Guard marched us
away from the cafe where we
had been drinking.

Beetles on Walls

Our first cell was in
building which looked like a
block of flats. In the few seconds
before the light was switched off
I saw a filthy mattress on the
floor and two pairs of old boots
in a heap of rags.

a big grey

When the door was locked I
struck a match and saw black
beaetles crawling up the walls

and fleas on the stone floor.

I discovered that our cell
in winter was the home of the
local dog-catcher, a tramp
who pays rent for it.

In the summer he finds it more

comfortable to sleep on_ the
beach.

NEXT morning we were
taken to the police station and
heard two witnesses say we had
insulted Franco. We all denied
this.

In the afternoon, we were
back in jail. A protest about the
cell brought permission to stay
in the corridor, where the fleas
were less numerous,

During that evening two
Spaniards brought us food, and
the jailer sold us a small loaf for
2s. 6d,

30 In Cell

The following evening we

were packed into a small van

with six other men and driven to

Gerona jail. Guards removed
our handcuffs and we walked
into a large cell where 30 pris-



Mir.

When the Waterfront labourers
a few weeks ago refused to hanae
a cargo of Australian frozen meat
consigned to Messrs J, N. Goddard
and Sons unless and until the sister
firm, Messrs Johnson & Redman,
re-employed 18 bakers and boys
who had gone on strike, the more
responsible section of the commu-
nity began to realise that the time
had come when the tail was wag-
ging the dog. I hesitated to jom
in the controversy, not because of
that shameful indifference which
some of us call moderation but
because I fully realised that a
question between established legal
right and trade union demands
could not be brought to a formal
decision without grave inconveni-
ence to the public.

I was astonished to find that Mr.
Adams, the President General of
the Progressive League, that bas-
tion of defence of workers’ rights
and President of the Barbados
Workers’ Union had sat as one of

ooo

the representatives who settled the
a manner

matter at arbitration in
which penalised Messrs Johnson &
Redman for having right on their
side. I note with grave concern
that the published notice of the
proceedings said that the matter
had been settled amicably. Here-
in lies the danger

The facts are not in dispute,
The bakers had staged a walk-out
on Messrs Johnson & Redmen after
they had agreed to work and left



Wine for the!

Millionaire.

Biack Bread
for Mie

Lubbock

of Streatham

Adams Toes

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

With Spanish
oners were
floor.

@ WE KEPT the lights on all
might, and one of the prisoners
shuffled round and round the cell
to prevent stealing.

We had eaten nothing
hours, but we could
the breakfast of
onion soup.

already lytng on the

for 24
not toucn
luke-warm



I tried to get a wash, but
there was no water, and no
soap.

Food was served on a greasy
tin plate. There were no knives,
forks or spoons.

Watery

Lunch was a plate of watery
potato soup, supper the same, or
with beans or lentils. All I could
eat was the daily issue of a
quarter of a pound of black
bread.

ch day there were eight roll

calls. We stood to attention for

15 minutes while the cabo—chief
convict—counted us.
TWO days after
rerona my three
was

we arrived
friends were
promised release

at
released, I

the following day, It came 27
days later.

Practically every day, after
our lunch of watery soup, a con-

vict walked by
on which was
joint of meat.

For Theft

These, and many other luxu-
ries, were taken in to a million-
aire and his friends who were in
jail for theft.

These three
room off the main cell. They
drank wine with every meal,
usually of five courses, and then
relaxed with brandy and coffee.

While we munched = dry
bread, baskets of fruit were
earried in to the “privil-
eged” prisoners,

At the hour of siesta,
other

carrying a salver
a roasting fowl or

lived in a small

when all
prisoners were made to lie
silent, we could hear the chink-
ing of brandy glasses and coffee
cups and smell good cigars.

@ TWICE a week the prison





MERVYN LUBBOUS

I

gourd (flusks as u memory

barber visited the cell. He
charged us two pesetas (5d.) for
a good shave, one peseta for a
poor one.

Barefoot

Many of the prisoners were
rags. Only occasionally was an
issue made of a black boiler sui
decorated with multi-colourec
patches. No shoes were avail-
ablé, and many prisoners wen
barefoot,

In the cell with me were -fow
lunatics and several petty thieve:
One of them, a pick-pocket, was
personal servant to the million-
aire.

After 20 days I was allowed tc
walk round the sand-coverec
prison yard with 80 other men.

I found that one was serving
99 years for murder, another 25
years for armed hold-ups.

No Doctor

saw a doctor in the
prison, although on one occasion
on compulsory church parade,
man collapsed with a hemor-
rhage.

He was put back in the cell
and I gave him a piece of
bread. He was not visited by
anyone in authority.

One day the 165 prisoners in
the jail were inoculated. I dic
not know why, and the convict
who gave the. inoculations (al
with the same needle) did not
know either.

During the

pti

I never

day we sometime:
played games like blind man’s
buff. I tried to teach them
noughts and crosses, but many
of them could not write.

I was allowed two books
week, but the only one I coulc
find in English was Chambers
Journal,

Once a week I was given 25
pestas of my own money, which
I spent on extra bread and choco-
late.

I finished my sentence with £4
of my holiday money.

I shall be on holiday again
next year. But in England,
—L.E.S.



By Saggittarius

Barbados Workers’ Union support-
es the unauthorised strike and the

titude of the waterfront workers.
ithe matter went to arbitration
with Mr. Adams as one of the
representatives of the Union. The
matter was settled “amicably”
when Mr. Goddard agreed to re-
instate the bakers. He however
reserved to himself the right to
retain the services of the new
bakers whom he had employed,
and so was penalised to the extent
of having to pay two staffs of
bakers.

For a period of two years I have
tried to rouse public attention to
the impending danger of having
the Governor allowing Trade
Union Executives to retain their

ARTIE’S HEADLINE



The

Line=

ciple which prevents one
being juage and party in his
cause,

But this curious circumstance
has given content to the fear whici
{ have expressed in these columns,

and now the unionists, realising
that because of the power of then
votes they can dictate to thei

officials, they have deliberately se,
out to put the public at a disad-
vantage. It is not within my
kinowledge that Mr. Adams a
President, and Mr. Walcott as Sec-
1etary of the Union, have estab-
lished any claim to privilege o
would be able to distinguish any
right to such privilege as distinc:
from a usurpation of power. Ih
the case of Mr. Walcott ther
might be some lack of apprecia-
tion of the issues involved. With
Mr. Adams there is not. The in-
compatibility of the offices musi
be clear to him. The intellectual
attainment of a public figure
learned in the law and who reads
Plato in the original must afforc
him a different approach to ques-
tions of established principle. The

conduct of such a man should
always be an exception to the
vulgar. Somewhere in the deey

recesses of his mind he must rag-
fister silent protest against a con-
dition of things which makes hin
appear less discerning than he
really is, and which must provoke
some mental disturbance at having







; : to toe the line,
then thrusting it on land-hungry people. {20 bags of flour already mixed in * ‘The outburst to which he gave
It has happened already that people in this er nak nae at Sok rane 9) ee last Meeting of the
: : . : pe ‘ . cs House when his motion for ad-
island during the 1914/18 war purchased | the firm, it was necessary to em- IEMeSEE was, dineiteer: ‘keke
land and only since the emigration to the ploy eee .— boys to centers to indicate the mental anguish
‘ in : ; o bread. 1is was done; an Ah eee aa
United States in 1944 have they or their Stl tie catia: creer: rekieta which he. suffeted when” the
when the striking crowd returned Opposition made use ot
children been able to pay the remainder they demanded eh only re-in- Offices after their appointment to their majority for the first time
, . Dia statement to the jobs which they membership on the Executive |te so far fc rgot the dignity of hi
of the purchase money. This should not be had discarded, but that their sub- Committee. If the facts as I have Sanition as cadet of the aah
allowed to happen again. stitutes should be dismissed. On set them out are true, then Mr. as ¢¢ characterise a party in hon-
. : the ground that he bore a moral Goddard had a good ground of Jur of the visiting ‘Mr. Le
. iF und 1 vu bAGS g M.P. Mr. Len-
In any case whatever is paid for the responsibility to those men who appeal, and it is still beyond my nox-Boyd «es » rum spree.
land the Government should see to it that !had saved his flour, Mr. Goddard understanding why he did not Mr. Adams not only toes ihe
roper roads are inc ; 3 ices refused to dismiss the new staff of exercise it and carry the matter to Jine which the waterfront work-
Pp P : included in the services bakers, The waterfront workers, the Governor-in-Executive Com- er has laid down as the reward
which residents are supposed to get for in sympathy with the strikers, and mittee. Then it would have been for his support, but he conde-
their money, It will save the unnecessary in order to conga wae Bia yang pasta me the Trade suitor scends to peed e the incongru-
i : at quired powers, reatened no o members 0 na ody could not ous spectacle of a Barbados
expenditure when it eventually becomes |handile a cargo of Australian meat have taken part, or if they had Seholar. nurtured at an ancient}
necessary for the Government to take over consigned to Messrs Goddard and dared to do so, it would have been university using waterfront ex-
the roads Sons, also owned by the Goddard clear that they would have been pressions in a speech intended for
7 family. The Executive of the defying a settled established prin- a legislative assembly.
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out-numbered that most people this field of diplomacy there are {he North Atlantic Treaty Confer. Other. The sponsoring power
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to state their view point, The Foster Dulles for drafting the rumour has reached Britain that [ing Ambassador the sponsoring
vote would have been all-power- Japanese Treaty wilt also be ap- the United States intends to nego- Power avoids all such joint actions
ful; so the manoeuvres were mis- plied. The crucial matter is the re- tiate a treaty of Peace with West by small groups. Now, in the case

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of Western Germany.

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The British Council
Answers

By E. B. TIMOTHY

LONDON.

Why does the British Council operate in|

for|

ia

to}

the Colonies? The Council’s Report
1950-51, issued recently, gives this answer :
explain to Colonial peoples those aspects of

British civilisation, knowledge of which is not |§

naturally transmitted through the adminis-
trative link, and to aid, by the sharing of
Britain’s educational, social and administra-
tive experience, that progress towards self-
government which Britain is pledged to|
maintain.”

The Report emphasises that the initivete;
of transmitting that knowledge varies from
yne Colonial territory to another. In East}
Africa, Mauritius and Fiji, for example, the,
emphasis is on racial relations while in West
Airica, it is education through discussion
groups aided by library services.

In the West Indies, the emphasis is on
‘adult education, social welfare and local
administration; also on growing local inter-
ast in the arts. In Hong Kong, Malaya and
Singapore,
and sociological subjects.”

What does the Council do for Colonial
students in Britain ?

has not yet come
can quickly find, their feet in Britain,” The
Report admits that despite the efforts of |
the problem of Colonial students welfar«
have been touched,
increased difficulties of it

the student,

ial students.

During the year under review, the British
Council met 1,900 Colonial students, person-|
half of these were}

ally on arrival in Britain;
yrovided with accommodation and nearly
all of the students were assisted in their in-

troduction to the English way of life or, as
the Report puts it— “to do in Rome as the|

Romans do.”

the suitable channels are “civics|¥

In the opinion of the Council, “the time
when Colonial students|

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Despite the impressive extent of the e
Council’s work revealed in the annual re-! " - co LTD.
port, Colonial students in this country con- DA COSTA & -- S ee
tinues to be critical of the Council’s welfare —————— ae

work.

students,
does.”

An echo of the

troubles
on the fact that

be a home for

student population of London.”

The financial section of the Report draws

attention to the reduction of financial provi-|
sion for student welfare work by £100,000)
on the completion of capital expenditure on |}

the residences.

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Commenting on social activities at Hans

Crescent, tribute is paid to the discussion
led by Sir Hugh Foot (now Governor of
Jamaica) on the new Constitution of Nigeria.
‘The discussion set a standard which it will
be hard to maintain,” says the Report.

A First Novel
A

—By A Man Who May
Be Pope
By JOHN REDFERN

THE Foundling (Hutchinson, 98. 6d.) is
a first novel by Cardinal Francis Spellman, of
New York, who many Americans believe
might well be the next Pope.
Cardinal Spellman offers a draught like
|presbytery tea—warm and comforting.



finds a live baby in a corner of the Christmas
Crib in St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathed-
ral, New York. » “And while the snow was
falling, a city dreamed, a cabby smiled, and
a baby slept in the strong cradle of a soldier’s
left arm,”

In this cosy cardinalitiai prose one learns
that the soldier cannot adopt the baby be-
cause he is a Protestant and the foundling
is rated Roman Catholic. But everyone

| wants to help.



Soldier and foundling keep close together.

| One follows with mild interest the progress

of the foundling through a farm institution,
his strivings in music,
the new war, and he

cardinal reaches

is blinded. And the
for the sugar bowl.
“What's wrong with my eyes major ?”

“There's nothing wrong with the eyes a
man has given for the defence of his coun-
try fellow.”

The point about this sincere, tolerant, and
‘o-sO book is that it is obviously concerned
with real people real problems. In fact, the
discovery of a baby in St. Patrick’s Cathed
| od it. In England

royalty will



Something of an answer to these
criticisms is found in the Report’s conclusion
that what really matters is “what the British
public can be stimulated to do for Colonial
rather than what the Council itself} '

recent Hans Crescent
is found in the Report’s emphasis
“the purpose of the residence
in Hans Crescent is not only that it should
a small number of students
during their first year in London, but that it
should become a live centre for the Colonial

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Plaintiffs’ Counsel Address Court All Day

In Christian Mission (NEW AMHASSADOR

| SPECIFY ©

ot

Dea th | Due To e 2
Misadventure “EVER IT E

AN EIGHT-MAN jury returned a verdict of “death du
to misadventure” when the inquiry into the circumstances
irrounding the death of Katherine Hall of Westbury Road, { A S B E $ TO S * C c M FE N T
St. Michael, ended before Mr. G. B. Griffith, Ag. Coroner oi |
District “A”
Katherine Hall was one of the occupants of the moto:

car X—697 which overturned on Dayrells Hill Road, St
George. Four witnesses gave evidence yesterday CORRUGATED SHEETS



Chancery Suit

TWO OF THE chief points which were stressed by Mr
W. W. Reece, K.C., counsel for plaintiffs in the Christian
Mission Chancery suit, Barrow and others versus Hoyte
and others, yesterday before The Hon. The Vice Chancellor,
Sir Allan Collymore, were that Rev. Larrier was always a
member of the Mission and that when the rule said that a
meeting of the Representatives was to take place in Jan-
uary, that was only directory.






He held that it did not mean Hall, d shter-in-law of
that for a good reason the meet- 0n—power to meet—was in the Katherine Hall, said that she left Milton Gibson said that on Sep
1g could not be held at a later "epresentatives. Oist it about 12.30 p.m on Sep- tember 3, he left Oistin about 1:
late. Mr. Reece addressed the He submitted that where there tember 3 by a motor car driven by HOCH and drove the motor ca AND
Court all yesterday and will con- W&S the usual form of notice, that one Milton. She went to Crane *—697 to Crane Beach and then
tinue his address today. 1 notice should be complied with Be and then to Bathsheba to Bathsheba. The car is owned by

1 > . . -
eft Bathsheba at about 5.30 Mrs. C. A. Coppin. Katherine Hal:

p ; that day by the same cat Handell Hall and Handell’s wife 66 ve |
ar sometime after the ene WER 1 RNA |
i { at a shop. Another motor Pere . | | | 3 | i |
car stopped at the shop. She and Tyre Blows

ie ira t the shop He drove the car from Bath
Re ena . I sheba about 6.30 p.m. and his nex,
\bout five minutes after leaving

AD tt ee amie stop was at a shop on the top ©
shop, the car was approach jiorse Hill. Handeil and his (han

ng a curve. That was on Dayrells 4 ; ; ;

Hill. The driver of the car she oc. {)° u's), wife had drinks at th A S B E S T O $
iioted a ete little t shop. He went into the shop bu:

EN ae oa oe a i i. x had no drink

ae S ae or a eepe ree, Another motor car M-—193.

ing car. He had to swing off, and arpa . Ao cn
rm winging off he. was going °°™ up and caught his car whil the WT FA
tov ia teleohor i. it wag parked at the shop. He let ;

ns, 4. eae Eee the shop behind M—1933, and o1

Door Opens reaching a curve in Dayrells Hil
The driver swung off the tele- he met the motor car M—208:
phor pole and the car's door “ ith bright lights and off its side

fell it of the car. The car emt and in the meantime, his left PEEL LPL EEL LLLP LEA SPY
travelled for a little distance and ae tyre blew ; » |
turned over he motor car yecame uncon oii ‘ lala
In answer to the foreman of tYellable and was (going towards ¢ Vm? M7 t |
aan |

oints were in answer to argu- unless reasonable conditions ob-
nts raised by Mr. G. H. Adams, tained and made it impossible to
’s counsel. comply with the forms or notice
This case has been going on for 4? argument might be put for the
long time now. The Court has tu sual form or a notice, but once
a declaration as to who was sumething happened to hamper
‘ral Superintendent of the ‘&t, a reasonable one would bé
Christian Mission during 1949 and sufficient.
1950 and who is the present Gen- , 4 mistaken method was given
eral Superintendent. Crowds of i evidence as to the convening ot
the Mission’s members, mostly ‘Me, meeting of the churches, th:
women, have been taking up every 8!V1N& notice in the Christian
ivailable seat in the Court during Mission Herald, he said.
every day of hearing. They bring The Hon. The Vice Chancel-
along lunch and after a hearty Jor reminded him that the Act
eating during the break, sit down Sid, In such time and place and
with all interest again to listen by such notice as shall be pro-
to arguments whicia help to decide vided for in the bye-laws. The















SHEP he oF aiue tabmenk te bye-laws said in January. opened back. Her mother-in-law He pulled away to avoid an acc
them Mr. Reece argued that that oe
was directorial only. The meet-
‘ Laws Quoted ing was not obliged to be held
Yesterday with Mr, Reece quot- in January, but if something
ing lengthy passages from various happened which prevented it poe oy ee, eee. Heer the road. tn pulling away. fron

the road. In pulling away fror
the pole, the car grazed along ar
embankment, Katherine Hall, whc

law books to try to strengthen his from being held then. it could be
arguments, it could not have been held in December if necessary.
very amusing to them, but though That, of course would only be in

mother-in-law, Katherine Hall,
fell from the car before it

YOULL BE

turned over. On her way from

ifter the break there was no other an extraordinary cas aa Bathshe she » was sitting at his right, began t 7 a
= y case. jathsheba, she did not hear any , Y ‘Wm
prospect than hearing Mr, Reece : y SIR ALVARY DOUGLAS FREDERICK GASCOIGNE ; noise from the pine ae mother- catch at the door trying to get ou DELIGUIED N
ay ¢ ’ > : § LEDER +ASC 3, newly s + re ee ; Se |

read on, they still returned in full Rev. Padmoore’s Expulsion ed British Ambassador to Moscow at the Foteian Sion etter ta in-law was sitting in the front Fr a = ard d along the ei |

force, . appointment. He succeeds Sir David Kelly, who reaches retiring age of the car with the chauffeur inally, the car went into th on ra ’ 1 |
Mr. Reece is associated with Mr. sacle be was that Rev. this month. In the second world war Sir Avery caetted an heh The car was a left hand drive, trench and werner " —— _— !
> 4 é yays been : > > sneral at Tangie O4F : as Von . The > car rer >

J. S. B. Dear, instructed by Messrs. id always been a member General at Tangier. In 1945 and 1946 he was Political Representative She did not know whether the When the car overturned

Hutchinson & Banfield. Mr. Adams oy the Mission. In the case, he in Japan, with the rank of Minister.—BXPRESS. oad was wet Katherine Hall was not in it
is associated with Mr. D. H. I — on Padmoore moved that Corporal Elton Walters, attached She was about 25 feet away ir

leet Aer at \. > @ ~ ; : : s Avve
Ward instructed by Messrs. Car- rrier be expelled from the

7 , Mission though such st ales T 7 _ : . ~d th | self
rington & Sealy. . 4, should have e I “k + W ~ d that on the night of Septem- ear overturned with himst
ington é ealy come from the Srperintendent and umber OCKS ater ronl ber 3 he went to Day relia Hill in Handell and Handell’s wife in
Mr. Adams had previously nd up with the consent of the consequence of a report that was side x
argued that the meeting held in Board. OVER 160,000 feet of lumber were on the waterfront of the ™®@¢ He got there about 4.10 . Gibson said that the lights from]

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to District “A” Police Station, the road behind the car. The

January 1949 at which Rev. In any case, only the corporate





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PLLC LEAP OP PPE LILA ft ilgijthgte?







t e a ; srs the oncoming car affected his | @& ‘
k ; inner basin of the Careenagve ve er is an eg P.M. to see the motor car X—679 : ¥
Barrow is supposed to have been body could have removed Rev of the h ue at ep ‘ = enage yest rday lhe greater part jving on its right side in the left ©¥es He did not know’ wher x
appointed General Superintend- “arrier from being a member of re fumbe was pitch pine while part was British Col- putter facing Hothersal Turning. Katherine Hall fell out of the car ]%
ent was not a proper meeting and the corporation. That was not a ombia fir. The left front and rear wheels of He was. driving at about thre« st
therefore Rev, Barrow’s appoint- matter for a select body. The select ree The 160,000 feet of lumber were the car were resting on an em- feet from the gutter on his side] %
1e J . > é y é } } t ry : ‘ , 1 nf R i 25 Ss > Py y . , ‘ . yt , .
~e eee we The usual nee g had not the authority to do (== what remained of approximately bankment which was 5 feet 6 inch- ®Nd at about 25 miles per hour % FOR SOFTER WOOLLENS BRIGHTER SILKS
e convene the nat unless they were nominated 00,000 feet of fir and 400,000 feet es hat N Rattle %
meeting had not been given. by the corporate body for that ° : e : pine which arrived in Stns H } % ec hat he * 1VD ALL YOUR DAINTY WAS
3esides this the churches had to purpose. . , ilm Previ ‘ B over the past three Blood Stain e told the foremén, that he wa JX AL ALL ASH
send their representatives to cw v The gutter was 4 ft. 7 ins. wide certain the door was closed be 1%
vote at the election, having pre- Mr. Adams said that he would » : and | tt. 5% ins. deep. At a dis- cause he would have heard a ra . G :
viously told the seauanbetatves prevent a waste of time by with. I ostponed i tally clerk said yesterday that tance of 30 ft. 10 ins. to the rear tle if it were not closed. He coul * On Sale at all Leading Stores
7 . . 2 . - t} t > > c ‘
for whom they ha . The drawing then his . pike ith fine weather—provided that the « 1e saw § ‘od. ste not remember seeing the doo]y
‘ Ph honey ane ean ~ Z “vd fasedat’ be hee, waaee es BEN THE date of the film pre there is room in the lumber yards whit va 6 ft 3 in = na the opened and he heard the repor 56S CSP EEL LLL LLLP ALLE PLIST
against their churches’ instruc- Members, It Mek bee acct visye Ge OCA de fin the wiyrt will be clear of the sitter, Hi found a tyre mark 179 When the tyre blew out. He hac | s=e-seeeeeeeeee = SSS
. arguec ‘ ‘ " lumber around early wok. .& a ty é ‘ ; s ES a
tions; otherwise their votes Successfully that they were oti) which was to have taker lumber around early next week. feet from where the car was over- not taken any drink for the day } ‘

place at Harrison Co se at It is now almost five months that Brathwaite said tha

would be disqualified. Mr. Members. He was willing to w ‘ i : turned and the tyre mark ended Reginald

c ¢ ‘ s with- A ae ~ he wharf has not been completely : Pa re ,
Adams held on this strength draw that as he had an even 3 p.m. on 25th of September clear of lumber. As soon os one Where the car was lying, Milton the motor car X ONT “passed ns HARR S © N S Broad St
that as Rev. Barrow had not Stronger point in that they had owing to the non-arrival of Gipson told him that he was the in the motor car M—-1933 on Day-}| I ’

shipment was being got rid of, an-



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been nominated by any of the ot been nominated. the films has been postponed other shipment arrived. driver. rell's Hill When he got past the \

churches, he could not possibly Mr. Reece went on quoting fom A further announcement One of the chief handicaps in Cpl. Walters told the foreman curve, he saw X-697 overturned j

have been voted for. the English Law reports and other will be made later in the getting the lumber oti the wharf, that the road was dry when he He took the deceased to the Gen-f) ~ ‘ - ret - 4

{It was claimed that what had law books to substantiate his Press, the tally clerk said, is the fact that got there, The left front tyre of ral Hospital. & i aoe Ki- i AKING
made the meeting illegal was the arguments. He will continue his most of the lumber yards are the overturned motor car had He was driving his motor cai ‘

blocked, The lumber yard clerks jhree punctures and was blown at a steady speed of about 20
tell them that there is limited or ot, Part of the rim of the blown m.p.h., while the motor car X—-69

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was exten- not see when a smaller car passer
was a left X-—697. The lights from the smal
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sing out of existence of the Chris- address toda













tian Mission Heral y t an ~ 7 coh ‘ rg’ \ ;"
; . ruled 3 lies Sy pyre Fe ye In The Howse i oday o space for ocking the lumber out tyre was slightly dented. The was doing about 30 m.p.h, He dic N @ 4
1 a not 1g and so the lumber h to remain} ft ( irive F
1ad io be published sometime be- Fire Destroys When the { \ he waterfront ; : ‘ 7 Bee: “Ther »
fore. nd ‘ F The t y clerk felt eee , 7 ‘ .
Y neet today th is ae . 7 ae ! al right curve going down, The motor car which he met, did no
Churches Not Voting House And Car resumed on th 1 Oe LEER ee era ee ana cha ve car overturned on its right side affect him. It was about 6.30 p.m
Mr. Reece had addressed for A fire of k ie Bill to amend ries i ni ae pp the tyre marks were on the when the accident oceurred OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE
, 4 ; ss ee, re of unknown. oriyin + Act, 1947 presen nay : aes icht e. They ypeared to be The Coroner summed and_ the
nore than three hours on the last Ebenezer, St. Pp Aachen. { ‘ ld be a g time before it right sia : ‘DI
er, St. Pili Among other 1 isul ) hich Wwe ' > 4 iain i rx 307 ins “ne . dict
lay of hearing ane continuing yes- about 12.30 i ls ee sty con iderets tL ee be given al would become congested again the tyre m irks of X 697 Lond Ahad ecbc Mit inl Pb _ PUBLIC GENERALLY ARE
terday, he said that the meeting destroyed a double-roofed oe tee Second reading of a Bi to
« ¢

for the election of a Superintend- and snmingled house, size 18 by 99 amend the Public Health A¢

ent was not a meeting of the by 8% feet, 1908 ie ue August ;

Churches, but one of the Repre- Household furniture and si Second reading

Rainfall Above The Avera
sentatives of the churches, The cylinder Humber q amend the Old

“ar f E é 2P ; . e
churches were not voting, but the insured for £950, oe Wee 1937 Director Of Agriculture

, —— . Iroperty :
representatives were, and if the Ralph Linton were Pit Bhs Second reading of Bill to

TO NOTE THAT ALL OUR
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chyruhes wate ecutled te alt in the Destroyed in the blaze was a radio make oars provision for Local s See at ob end tee trae Due to the prolonged reap- was for supplying, but only 4% i} RETAIL DEPARTMENTS WILL
background, here would 92 no battery value >” s hah Government in the island he a age tot . 4 a a ceniaete th a > ‘re } > were ante idd ~
need for the representatives, Alexcalidar Seshet ae can A Second reading of a_ Bill to the island for the month of ing of this yest s cane crop, th ng aed As gl gph Pee” BE CLOSED FOR THE PURPOSE
i]

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encourage the fishing indu August, 1951, was well above the ratoons, on whole, are some-











Mr. Adams made objections at Philip, ‘, ss 2 ¢ sual at st onth’s report Plantations
age > at > » the isl: : g rage states the Yirector of what shorter than is usual at ie month's ey antations r . ‘ ;
ue wa ie aio ae kis ae Meader Priv ite ~mibe B ; " it - There + 4 heavy this season, but are n¢ vertheless 15, peasants 121 Y%4; total 136% IF ST OCK-TAKING ON
its AY ; saath i ane aie Arr t sd Cl 1 ness’ Mr, Allder may mo he 7 ek listribute a howers on #reen and in good condition I'he crop which was pe
i what he was then holding were L este € re iret Ripe fe " i pee : and widely dl aEeUS Pane eaily has come on well, anc r
his pleading Ene largec prerernae mate acai 0 the Gov the 8th, 2ist, 26th and 3ist and Food Crops many growers have made use o I I JESDAY 25th SEP Jig






yernor



In many area heavy rains also



1 Mi eee ; that in uc h , On Saturday Carlton Brewsteré and taking over by Government 7.) potween the 5th and 18th short plantings of yams and th ulphate of immoria ven 2
OSE) yee. ek are pear Oe: OF a) Taylor's Gap, Martindales[{gof all estates in the island owned ° A ‘ rainfall returt eet potatoes have occurred in W® supplied to growers In + WEDNESDAY 26th
» z ke “ , — 7 Accordl 3 ( a € ou , » - < ,
the Court to make a decision. Road, was arrested and chargedâ„¢oy absentee proprietor According ; ituated preparation land as a result of | hilip by the Barbados Co si

ig Reece’s next porat was that oe inflicting grievous bodily Mr. Mapp may move the }j - rec 7 from 42 Sanat a tegories (ne extended sugar cane reaping oot Cotton stag Te: i
the Secretary should not have a harm on Myrtle Garner -. ing of an Addres relating to in the various ralnt aVeG , ai rage de- Pleasing to recorc mat news wat
é AL zarner of Har- ing i ACE avin total ison, but these acreage de eceived from the United Kirty-

THURSDAY 27th es,

averi



4 py » y. e V« he
right to the casting vote. The mony Hall Land, Hindsbury Road, locally grown crops and the divid- of the Island, the ciencies are being made up with





Secretary was not necessarily a St. Michael. ing on a co-operative basis among caitfall for the month ere jitional sowing: of Indian “om that all of the core one
representative and yet although it Garner, who was along Perry persons of local descent, all lands 1n¢ hes. The average total Oe ine 3 was of the first grade and nm =o au and
was for repressntatives to vote, Gap with a friend on the night of owned by absentee proprietor August, 1950, was 10.01 inches; the ales were marked down. A
the Secretary was allowed to give July 6, was wounded, Mr. Branker may move t yasS- average 601 gust for the Cotton Seed Distribution bonus of Se. per Ib., is to be



{

7.36 inche i poid to growers during the
Distribution of cotton seed for month of September Up to the



tir othe 100 years WwW

total rainfall

PAYMENTS AGAINST ACCOUNTS
hie" mosth, the majority of whict observed, ff «© WILL BE ACCEPTED AND RE-
CEIPTS ISSUED. ON THE DAYS
fina .
!

the casting vote. Such a rule we * ing of an Address rel : )
not right. payment of an annual Christmas ,yeras





bonus to all Government em- . tne the eight

He argued that the selected body : is
bad ho power whatever 1p exte WATER POLO pies January to August, 1951, js, $2

tever to extend ae
the franchise to persons other than i average :

those mentioned in the Act, keep- POSTPONED pr Srrenponelng | ey mona



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v ° ° + ' 1 5 A Pi {
ing in mind at all times that un- p Stabbing Inquiry ‘or, the year 1950, wa
der the bye-laws there w: The Barbados Water Polo os srciias Ra J H H
a ove . ‘ oan ve — Association with six more league 4 lj I in kivereal ast Arrived! i
epresentative for each church and games to play and the Knock 10. The highest total for August ‘
one for every twenty-five m= ( : , ore « Adpournec 1081 i 1 the abovemen- OT
bers. ; rit. Tae Sak ae piece ah aioe : 1961, at aay of the oeevetsod| a FRESH SHIPMENT OF f& THE ABOVE NOTICE DOES NO4

ave ha O postpone all games Further inquiry into the ¢ : et di @ tati in ‘
hin WMinalom Sharalé at the Aquatic Club for approxi- cumstances surrounding the death inches, measured at a sion a PURINA CHOWS APPLY TO THE S.P.C.K. BOOK STORE
Becauthe the churches were sutm- ° —, one week. yf Norrna Haswell, 18, who died ae evans wh Sif re ‘tne hes a ~~ prey fe Ores a
s § 2S ¢ > * gor es ata ‘ 7 ¢ tarde and 1e owest Vas oe tye , J iN ‘
moned through a notice in the pute er rauiran eller ae Pa ne a a maa ecorded at a_ Station in the a ALSO WHICH WILL BE OPEN FOR....
Christian Mission Herald and the jeq 4 Nac a Sey oe ie ee a ae of St, Philip
i : ah © league can be re-started, Certain September 7, was adjourned by Parish of me ‘ ‘ 7h y ’ JSINESS AS USU

Herald went out of existence, the other repairs to their gear have object of the statute would not be already been effected but the G. B. Griffith, yesterd ntil Sugar Cane @
a peeeey rae of this. association did not have enough pm. on Thursday sae z

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% and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for 3 | » Tomato Juice $
% account of Consignee, and will be collected from here. % | Hamburger Steak 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPK ONE 2508

ent| FOR SALE









































Ex-gagen
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re s $200 fc amt we
in 50 and 6 cent oor pas <. — Minincum charge week 72 cents and
addit I cash Phone 250g] 9 cents Sutdays 3% words — over 2%
betweer 45 2113 for Death | “OTds 3 cents a word week—4 centa a
Notices 4 pw wort on Sundays;
: t f incement of
I we Acknowl 3 .
e ‘ os AUTOMOTIVE
$1 50 jay is ESSE nie
os a o and CAR- 1erican Austin 7. New tyres
x t k-days and! Phone 8675 19.9.51—t.f.n.
t er Ww i «¢ s for each |
wane ¢ CAR—Fiat 1949, 1,509. Very good
. on, reasonably priced. Phone 4682
Sa aaa ene 23.9.51—3n
IN MEMORIAM CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good
tyres. Reasonable price Apply: Cos-
Selo er 8291 22.9.51—3n.
ot : benstesak 4 f aoe ————
Stee Reece this, Ge tat CAm te Wades Mead Grive Done
¢ ptembey t ee Sedan. Condition perfect tyres as new
Gone frem this orld one year ago} Price reasonable Can be seen at Silver
To find relief from pain and woe Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4226
Safe with ang whiter than snow }J. Jackman 19.9, 51—Gn
tching for dear ones Malling blow. |
f Dunca (son), Edna MOTOR CYCLE—One Triumph Speed
ter-in-law ¢ grand-son Twin 5 H.P.-Moter Cycle Very little
brothe Miiltice iste used Perfect condition Consult Cecil
25.9.51—1 Jemmott, 33, Broad Street. Phone 4363
25.9.51—1n



GOOCDRID



ELECTRICAL







FOR RENT -PUBRLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate Mne on week-da

vs

and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,

T ~< minimum charge $1.52 on week-days
HOUSES and $1.80 om Sundews,









AGE SEVEN

- SHIPPING NOTICES

AvSTRAGIA. NEW LCL PLE ASS,















The most popu'ar, most



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e ZEALAND LIN LIMITED »
MANZ Line) ‘ “MV DAERWOOD will &
ieehnninticnsepni inca | enjoyable way to travel S cnaers “tor §
BEDROOM—Large 00! bedroom furn- S.S. “Pus ADELAIDE cheduled | % i : ada, and Art &
ished or unfurnished at Holywoed Corner ~ il fres fobsrt September 25th, ae St. Vineen
+o be ate Apply before REAL ESTATE s Metbourme October 4th, Sydne October 8 aTth inst
a my after pr h, Gladstone Oct 16th Aima | € r NEKA will ae-
25.9 Si—in | ONE _BOARD AND SHINGLE HOU SE; me O«tober a Brie t x cept ar Passengers for
with Shop attached. Built with Pine } ———— = riving tr % Dominics Antiqua Montserrat,
} RUNGALOW ON LONG LEASE material in good condition Tweedside | and Barbados ? & Net and Kitts. Sailing Fri-
| BUNGALOW —One new! built Bunga- | Road. At present occupied Joseph St WIA In addition to general cargo th > dy 22th &
‘ow on St. James Coast, (7 miles from | Bill. Harold Proverbs &o Lta ; e!| has amp! t for chilled an . {V “CARIRBER i) ac-
town! Fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, | 22.9 51—2n frozen care nD ‘ x arg i Passenger for
| 2 toilets and bath All modern cor | fargo accepted on thfough Bills of | & 1 1 F Montserrat,
| veniences. Private. beach, good neat HOUSE—In yood condition 18 x 10. | FAV AMERICAN cling fe ansshipr at Triridad to ~ Ne and Kitt Sailing Fri-
bathing Dial 2472 25.9.51—ir,. | Dial 3309 23.9. 51—2n La . h Guisna, Leeward and Windward % das 1 oO ber, 1951
Essay wre eesti taiipaed eatesianaes ands , ,
CLIFTON TERRACE—Ty an approves | Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called | ae 3 For further particulars apply x B.W.I ssenenaumie PE, NERS
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. | “WESTON”. (the residence of the late. ‘ : guile j Pu 5 'RNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., anc 1% Conate a. Tie. 3 4047
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali | Mrs. Norman Bascom). situate in| <4 DaCOSTA & CO. LTD ix a avr ab
modern conveniences. Appty on premises. STRATHCLYDE, st Michael The | E Trinidad, Barbados, {| x x
3.8.51—tfn | House stands on 16,770 square feet of BWI B.WiI ‘39990900000 PIO SST:
nnn land, and comprises Closed galler.
FLAT—One (1) Purnished Plat at Blue | drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &« |

Waters Terrace, containing Three Bed-



by public competition at our office

Jam

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HELP

teniber instant at 2 o'clock p.m
i YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors










our be . oe ai 5 een eres a
ee au nels CROSLEY REFRIGERATOR New |
oe - 5 U.S.A. 1 ¢. ft. $595.00. Dial 4616.

Asleep in God's beautiful garden, ourtesy Garage 19.9.51—én
Free from ail toil and care 7 ie ae eee ee ee
, Peewee your raky at ie PORTABLE A.C.D.C. WELDER
hia tae ee esa 3 10- Amps. Apply: John Lamming
f we hope to meet you there oll , 25.9. Slt

Ermie (daughter-in-law) An Arthur | Manning & Co
a < Paut Step-daughter Elkin

Moore and Crissy Griffit is

| LIVESTOCK







One Alpine Mileh
for pure bred buck,
e kid eight months

| GOAT & KID

Goat young in kid,
also one Alpine
old Phone 2277.

HINDS—tIn Joving
joved mother Bertha’ Hind
parted this life Sept

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© BRIT. MARINE ENGINE 10 H.2
K. Corbin, c/o B.T.C. Paddock.

22.9.51—3n
-—_————

POULTRY

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PIGEONS—3 pairs good quality
kings. P. D. Maynard, Porters, St
James. Dial 2319 22.9.51—4n
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AND SPANISH ASH
St. Joseph. Phone
25.9.51—2n
reading glasses
Clarke, 12 James St
25.9.51—I1n
—_—_—_—————
“NSSEN" STEEL BUILDINGS. These
buildings are covered externally with
corrugated steel sheeting and internally



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erence.
VACANCY exists in reputable firm in
Trinidad for Budget Officer having the



Together with the messuage or dwelling

; downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and batn
rooms and all modern conveniences. | room, upstairs, Garage and servant's
Ring 344. Mrs. F. Bo Armstrong rooms in yard. Electricity, yas, anu

25.9.51—t ¢ Government Water installed
Inspection any day, except Sunday,

{ by appointment with Mrs Maynard

‘ Alider, Dial 2670,

WANTED The property will be set up for sale

Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-

on

|
at

15.9. 51—1¢
enero

SALESMAN with some experience of The undersigned will offer for sale
Dry Goods Dept Smart lad of goox | public competition at their Offic
education and appearance, and anxiou ae tts nt lg ty Bridgetown, _¢
to succeed, will receive every encourage. | Hy .s — th day of October, 1951

ment. Apply: J. W. Potter & Co Ltd |" sae . =. .
Marhill Sts - 9 ACRES, 3 ROODS, 2% PERCHES «
eat 38.9.51—2n lend (formerly part of a place calle
Cene Garden) situate in St Luc

following qualifications :—Higher Cer- house thereon known as “BENTHAMS
tificate or equivalent educational stan. | #54 the outbuildings thereto

derd. Intermediate grade certificate in The dwellinghouse contains Open
Book-Keeping or Accountancy . At least | Ver@ndah, closed Verandah, Drawin
5 years’ commercial Book-Keeping and |°"4 Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitche
Accountancy experience, Experience jn | "4 Pantry

preparation of Financial Reports, Profit}, The house is wired for Electricity, »







& Loss statements, Balance ‘Sheets ‘the current is not turned in, although

Budget preparation and Statistical work. | t%€ Company's wires pass within close |

Age 2 to 30 years Apply stating | Proximity

salary required to “ZZZ" c/o Advocate Inspection any day except Sundays
22.9.51—4;," ' between the hours of 2 Pom. and 5 por

Sine taheh rs in ta | For further particulars and conditior

VACANCY exists in reputable firm in|! Sale apply to

Trinidad for a competent Lady Secre- COTTLE, CATFORD & CO

tary to Executive. Only those fully | 25.9.51—~Tn

Quulified with first-class experience and

capable of taking shorthand at 120

words or over,

ber minute, need apply
photograph to “XXX”
, 22.9.51—4n

|ADVERTISE
IN THE

Write enclosing
c/o Advocate





MISCELLANEOUS





Twelve (12) PROPERTIES for awaiting
purchasers ranging from £500. to £2,500,





Some an and lst your property with!
e ony Realty and Commission . st y .
Agency. Clement S. Jarvis Auctioneer, For Quick Results list oe

Marhill Street, Dial 5001 PROPERTY FOR SALE with
22.9.51—3n

WANTED TO RENT

HOUSE—Por extended period furnished Street, Over Knight's. Phone













, {with “Celotex” fiber board, and are} house. Three bedrooms, modern conve- 4563. 25.9.51—1n.
YERS ‘cond hand reconditioned from England | niences, attractive area. Julian Garrett
WE ARE BU with 3-4 weeks delivery, at excellent| Phone 5020 and 8564 20.9.51—6n.
We tay ss Sas ri |} | Prices as follows; (1) One 36 ft. x 16 ft
ry ny mything Syne iaeeee, Sie Lek gee ee, 84400. 00 and with ney | eweresenesyssnetsssesessinnsisnssesnusisnenessnsnasssinetesemsisensessarerpmisnneeneiieeeeeee-
Coltattions, Ace, mutations ane aluminium roof $1,550.00. Another size
‘overs, Good prices Paid at the GO ft. x 24 ft. x 12 ft. high $3,480.00 and GO NM Cc
% AnEne AN oTreMP $0< toe with new roof $3,660.00, these can be VER ENT NOTI E
ird floor, N& 1¢ Swan st pplied to any length required in bays
: " F Yor 6 ft. One of these buildings has
ist been erected at Johnson’s Stables
d Garage opposite the Central Police
—_—_ Station. Prices stated above include PART ONE ORDERS
| || duty and commission. For further details By
} | pply to: K. R. HUNTE & CO. LTD Lieut.-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E., ED
| AQUA PURA! |} Lower Broad Street. Phone: 4611 or ‘ y :
| eh il) 5027 25.9.51—7n Commanding, — és
| NEW STILI THE BAREADOS REGIMENT
| sabls ee Company to oer | Issue No. 37 21 September 5)
| air a resh and constant supply . oe y
| PUBLIC NOTICES || 2x29 maining
| All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters at 1100 hours on Thursda
ater | Ten cents per agate line on week-days Tne ih 2: - Q. Coy continues specialists training. “A & “B" Coys at
| | @nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, Signal Te Coy Comds
. ta minimum charge $1.) ’ ;
nea a Jie, Rabon lots and $1.80 on Meade on week-days ae Platoon’s course continues on Monday s, Wednesdays and Thursdays
BAY ST, | ary ae will be held on Monday 24, Wednesday 26 and Thursday
| Sep S
a » Reeruits
“= THE SUG } UL- .
a saad HE vo sane te Spero All recruits who have Passed at drili and on the range will parade for
(PPP PPP9E PS POO IOS POODOE. To the orediters holdin species ‘wks attestation at 1630 hours on Monday 24 Sep. 51, and those recruits who have
° x against DOUGLAS Plantation aa wohsaes been attested will draw their clothing and equipment on Wednesday 26 Sep
a) ° x TAKE NOTICE that I, Lessee of the 51. at 1600 hours. The remainder will continue weapon training
e 5, » .
x Removal Notice | above Plantation am about to obtain a , x aie on a” AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WERK
g $ | loan of £500 under the provisions of the ‘ “ 2
s. . > a . Orderly Officer 2/Lieut. C. G. Peterkin
% | above Act against the said Plantation, in ie 7S ;
& x respect of the Agricultural year 1951 to Nexi tannaue Serjeant #07 Sit. Quintyne, L.G
. : | 1952 ’
% Miss OLGA COSMA % No money has been, borrowed under the Orderly Officer Lieut. T. A. Gittens
. ‘ , rric ie M inte Orderly Serjeant 409 Sjt. Reid, N.E
8 (Hairdresser) D1 Ate ae ee ee oe sg rng ahove| 3. CONDEMNATION BOARD
% x eush | wear a | The Commanding Officer has appointed the following Officers to be on a
2 Begs to notify her clients ¥| "pated this 22nd day of September 1951. Condemnation Board .
oa - “Vj x B. L. SEALE | President Major L. A. Chase
$ that she now resides in- x _ Member a/Lieut. C. G. Peterkin
% cent,” Corner of Tweedside % 22.9 51—3n Member ; 2/Lt H. Clarke
o . v ee :
% and Goddard’s Road. . . M. L, D. Skewes-Cox, Major,
2° eines % NOTICE ! $.0.L.F. & Adjutant,
x 29,9.51 in, & The road leading from the foot of | The Barbados Regiment
& x Joes River through Spring Field to the NOTICE
$9OOO S099 99999996509) | COrNer Of Bissex Hill Plantation is closed | There will be a Mess Meeting of the Officers’ Mess at 2015 hours on Saturday
PP DIDO FOOD FOO OOOO | 55 vehic ilar traffic ‘until further notice. | 29 Sep. 51. The tennis court is open to Officers every Sunday and Wednesday
By order, | from 1600 wef Sunday 23 Sep. 51
Commissioners of Highways PART I ORDERS
TAW mon St. Joseph. | THE BARBADOS REGIMENT SERIAL NO. @0
HAL | OW AY ( EN] 22.9.51-—-3n 21ST SEPTEMBER, 1951 SHEET NO 1
ALL I i ee eee
1, STRENGTH INCREASE—Commissions
HOL PERSONAL ait SA. Headley | Tinitahitini:te ehhe. ty smngt a
2/it. S. I. Smith ’ econded to Nos, | & 3 Coys Cadet
| Corps respectively, approved by His
IVY ROAD, ST MICHAE1 ——— } Excellency the Governor wef 1 Sept, 51
2. APPOINTMENT
Proprietress The public are hereby warned against 361 Pte. Griffith, C. L. Appointment temporarily on Permanent
: Riving credit to my wife, Pearl Barnes Staff wef 1 Sep. 51
M ( CUMBERBATCH (nee Holder), as I do not hold myself| 3 LEAVE—Sick
T neil 1559 responsible for her or anyone else con- | Lieut. P. L. C. Peterkin Granted 3 weeks’ sick jeave wef 13
tracting any debt or debts in my nan e) Sept. 51.
NES, unless by a written order signed by me. | M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
ALSO EVAN BARNES, S$.0O.L.F. & Adjt. The Barbados Regiment
m Tudor Gap, Westbury Road,
Ah oe Pine amie St. Michael
) ) na at ege 9 9
25.9. 51—2
n-|
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The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any Person or Persons
whomsoever in my name, as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name





WHAT'S ON

CARNIVAL! CARNIVAL!










unless by a written order signed by
me
All roads lead to King George V ' JOSEPH N. ROWE,
Memorial ark on the Ist of Maynard Land,
Oct Games Wooden St. Michael.
H p jescriptions 25. 9. 51—2n. |}
Dancing from 1? p.m. to a.m -_—_—_———
Prize for the best tume
Bar and refre nt The (| The public are hereby warned against
B a Stes B: md giving credit to my, Stephne Taitt (nee
Met « aaah ‘ Bayley), as I do not hold myself re-
sponsible for her or anyone else contract-
ing any debt or debts in my name unles |
\DMISSION by a written order signed by me |
Ad ‘ ) NORMAN TAITT, |
Park 5 25.69.51 Easy Hall, |
) | St. Joseph. |
SS aaSasasassssss 25. 9. S1—2n.;

good cup

Especially if the cup holds Chase &
Sanbom. For here's coffee as coffee
should be—rich, hearty and satisfying.
Just sniff that inviting arom i“. . then

see if you don't agree Chase & Sanborn

| hold. So don't just ask for“‘coffee,’”
ask for, Chase & Sanborn:

Mm-m!

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tastes
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coffee!

p that heavenly coffee flavor. Then

ives you all tle flavor your cup can

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CECIL JEMMOTT, 33 Broad



: ADVOCATE





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| CANADIAN SERVICE
From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
irae ¥ ee Uxpected Arrive!
Mentreat | Halifax Dates, Bridgetown
Barbados
POLYCREST 23 Aug 20 September
BENNY 3 Sept 18 September
POLYRIVER 23 Sept 9 October
SUNPRINCE 3 Oct | 18. Ortober
$e ———- 5
, ¢ U.K SERVICE
‘The many little extra touches of friendliness and | Prom Liverpoo!t and Glasgow aaa
a “ ¥Dpecte: rriva
thoughtfu hospitality have made PAA the first choice | Liverpool CGlassow Dates, Bridgetown,
International airline with travelers the world over. ; s* “SUNRELL” -.© 29 Aug 3 Sept, 21 September
| s.8. “DORIS CLUNEBS* 6 Oct 10 Oct 20 October
1 U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
Expected Arrival
. | Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates, Bridgetown,
Barbados
Fast, non-stop flights by th» magnificent “El Presi- ; ™v¥. “BRUNO 1} Sept om Gaye.” SF Sept 1 Ovtobe
dente” —the Blue Ribbon Service of the Western a “ 7 = . >
Hemisphere. Or fly via San !uan by popular, money- Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — F hone 4703
saving “El Turista.” | ; ws Sasa
|
| 7
Venexzuela-\West indies Steamship Co
Mexi |
Six flights weekly to Maturin, Barcelona, Caracas, Onc.
Maracaibo. Also regular services to the West. Indies weal” ak i ai a
~and via Panama to Central America and Mevico. NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
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Windward Score Intermediate Victory

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All Other Games 178 Without Loss

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ward—Barbados Regiment Intermediate cricket match ige survived but t » Atkinson and Marshall Stull
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needed 51 runs for victory but were bowled out for 37 R Cnase caught him in front playing pace. Greenidge was given

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23. No other player reached dou- Richards stpd. b R. Farmer 0 Barbado innings closed for three by Wight gave B.G. 150]
ble figures, Extras 1 two balls after lunch without runs in 163 minutes and Gibbs}
Watts was the most successful Tot tion to the prelunch»score of turned into the 90 stretch on the S d
wler for the Regiment. He sent Bradshaw took a_ terrific way to his century. ' i} ” td.
iown 1 , overs and captured six BOWLING ANALYSIS fe , I wipe at a ball well up from eee peg oS ee ae |
wickets for 25 runs. Four of hi o 1 , G 7 + on | boot and Place o' yreenidge at re north-
: i it: “M. Farrer ; 6 }. Skin ruck i his b “ : st) ing tab em 7
overs were maidens. Regiment p mM. Farmer 4 ‘ pad there was no doubt at all ©& a iti Fees are ms a! 10-13 Broad St.
a’ i ne “ a ee eee Siemens : bout, the ell short by 14. Phillips con- Phorntor By ! had lasted for 382 min- 22owuMer X SUDPS at
i cane ial ~_ eats ’ “— ~~ he made his individual score 98 —
= mae : well en 14 but ri MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. EMPIRE tes \ smart turn to leg saw hi
other batsmen ailed miserably Empire Ist Innings 128 Leslie W it and Gibbs opened ,,, aa . + “175 n —
R. Farmer and Thornton were Mental Hospital ist Innings B.G’ Seas ine, Sine. a = his century in 175 min-|
" ; Vv. Boyee b Spooner 17 pee gee ele . S â„¢, utes. j
eee ll the collapse of M. Crichlow c (wkpr.) Jones b Atkinson from the southern end Barbados’ fielding at this stage eS
ne ‘ole iers. Farmer took six for 13 _ Prescod ; 13 and Bradshaw from the northern was getting ragged with overshies y
ans Thornton three for five in five ¢ Willers so wkpr.) Jones b end. The bowlers got a good pace and pickups that could be much| * *
eae G. Springer run out ff the wicket in the opening overs. cleaner. a
¥ At the Mental Hospital grounds V. Carter b Prescod Waleott made a desperate effort Gibbs’ plucky but not spectacu-| {
Empire met Mental Hospital. The ie pobece I bs Prescod , to hold a low snick in slip from ‘r century was very valuable to| dnillanten :< sinbeeimme
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first innings. At the close of play. ae &aaicins i Robinson (left) régained the middleweight championship of the world i few minutes for attention attack |
on the first Saturday, Mental Hos- ueivas P : by beating Randy Turpin (black shorts) in ten rounds of their 15 Soon after Greenidge misfielded He hit nine fours. With the| THEM GROW STRONG
pital were 83 for the loss of six round encounter. Here Robinson gets in a right-—EXPRESS. it mid-on with Gibbs yards down score at 102, Gibbs attempted a}
wickets. The Hospital team car- Total 120 Se ae ae tens eet withet>wten: Wight refusing pull off Holder but the ball came;
ried their score to 122, just one Sea ak ara Sad KE Cricket Sick Ave conan Perea the other way, Proverbs at gully | Thi k child h
short of the Empire first innings o.M RV wm = Sieh ee ; 94 T: “ec: holding the ball, but a stentorian | in weak children who need more A&D
total a: eee oS ge “ i ‘ % dae sors at oe ster na appeul for a catch was disallowed | Vitamins develop strong bodies, strong bones,
: £ ; » first bowling change, bringin ,U ; ; .
R. Chase was the outstanding ‘ ree r : I O l I L Wi , ‘f nm Mareisad tor sha She 0Y,Umpire Rollox. } strong white teeth and resistance to colds whea
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batsman for Mental Hospital. He G Amer i 8 MA our u rig l ims col e¢ enim rere a AG Br oe ice - Close of play saw B.G.'s score | you give them good-tasting Scott's Emulsion
ue ha : . : ‘ y E northern end. Bradshaw's first 178-0. Gibbs not out 105 and
scored a brilliant undefeated 38 Empire tnd Innings 5 bere ae ee , | regularl
Smee naa ae te “Bp. Bourne b R. Chase ’ Aa nth § pats inde 07; = e spell of figures were 4//15/0. Wight not out 70. | 8 y-
1 d up d F. Taylor b @ Knight w 4 he Seventh Series of the and made 92 arrison College, He did not seem to have worked Scores: — | more than just a toni
C. Prescod was the st suc- f£ - s Second Division Cricket games in reply, took their overwe st : Metab | just @ tonic
as most suc ory ¢ Knight b Crichlow f ply, k their erweek tir , e as ,
E. Amor Knig up as good a pace as show: BARBADOS FIRST ENNINGS | .
cessful bowler for Empire. He M. Armstrong ¢ (wkp Bene. es) COR to an end on Saturday, four score of 26 for one to 96 his parbados form. On the con- 1¥lor b Norman Wight 19 4 IT’S POWERFUL NOURISHMENT
sent down 13 overs and took five G. Springer out of the five matches played for 5 before declaring. Wander- 4... ating ne ling fast- tunis ¢ Camacho b Gaskin | " se :
wickets for 25 runs. C Spoun in oe Tones Rock b_V. Carter #5 ended in outright victorie rs in their second innings made wany Aticinson was bowling fast- proverbs © & b Patoir 55 | Scott’s Emulsion is a gold mine of natural
. > ‘ + Ob € K. Griffith b G. Springer 2 S last 4 1 ae oi 4 tact : r ; er and Taylor kept him on. Gibbs, fan: ec Leslie Wight b Patoir 62 | A&D Vi : : ‘ 28
took two for 25 while I. C. Harris HU. Wilson stpd wkpr.) Best b Sin ast Saturda Carlton 81 for 4 declared Rdb mn > had been farming ever since Marsiall stpd. b Chase 134 | & itamins. It’s a scientific, good-
Q : ¢ . . emi R. Rock cored an outright victor over nocked up 37 and T. A, Pierce ms h : Valcott smacho b Patoi: 7 i
and G. Amory took one each. ; ie aes Brassey eros 19 Lodge at Lodge On - Saturda 20 innings opened, suddenly burst ae t 7 _ ct b peat r a tasting tonic,
Empire were bowled out for &® conics A Oth oon a '- Ceeward, Empire and Police each College in their second inr nto aggression with a full-blood- Gree nidge 1b w. b Chase 0 i‘
3 scod b 1as ; ; - roriiaeaeanes : aa fry : . ; 4 of-arivea Se 3 tranke c ou 2
130 in their second innings. B. Cc. Spooner ¢ & b Chase 1 Ree ee ee Ae their matches : te 33 for the le f five wick- ed off-drive to the boundary off (oa Manes b Gaskin ... 4 / 7
Bourne topscored with 30 while wet En Cc rABe a Central and cts |when sti were drawn. Marshall Bradshaw I.b.w., b Gaskin 12 7
Maurice Jones contributed a bril- Hota) 0 Colle se Wa > pective ly a =m lass 1 and S te nade ten ea } Holder Bowls Extras (b 1, 1b. 1 2 | a B
liant quarter century. Other good : . ge~ Wanderers xture af the Sowlng for ine ay teen it~ Holder relieved Atkinson at the int : : Rf Mar ern 4
scores were by I. Harris 19, M. BOWLING ANALYSIS ati the ovat tnt in , wad yee ig res Cc " mi ah : “be er outhern end, the latter's figure (Leda f Pla“ > FOOD TONIC ,
Armstrong 18 and E, Barrow who Vv. Carter 6 “ ye At Foster's Y M.P.C ‘pl rved net Police Pc lice ‘in their t rst peng ee watt ae eT eae, a for 140 * f ? 268; € ‘ — . - :
0 he i d ‘ I ay i 4 , : os or 12 ‘or ; 5 for 268; 6
made 13 not out ! C. Knight eo8 ! Leeward. On the first Saturday innings made 79 for eight wicket: attention to the bag “paras build= ao. 7° for 379; 8 for 379; 9 for 384
Bowling for Mental Hospital e Boat * ; \ Y.M.P.C. knocked up 57. Leeward declared Combermere replied uP collecting aix uy the BOWLING ANALYSIS
R. Chase, after his good per- ™ melon 1 S » 9 veplied with 80, Last Saturday with 62. Last Saturday Police first over in seemingly comfor table Ciuehets a Ba
formance with the bat, took four Chase 5.5 1 14 4 Y.MP.C. made only 84 in ther Knocked up 111 for four wickets fashion. Holder’s next over yielded > " rat ie. ae
i " 1 ‘ aniack 9 28
for 14 in five overs and five balls. ; " : second innings. B, Archer top- jeclared in their second innings three runs and Taylor brought on geaforth 23 3 60
G, Springer captured two for 28 Ww AMD EAERS Yi, SPARTAN 18 scored with 41 and O, Burke made 8. Dodson made an undefeated 56 Branker in place at once. Bats- Wight 26 5 86
while Carter, Knight, Rock and Te a péua lat ckantnae % «MS. while C. Griffith knocked up 38 men scoring comfortably, put on ce cr i oo
Crichlow took one each for 26, 16, Spartan 2nd Innings ; Leeward needing only 61 runs not out 50 in 63 minutes and Taylor rang Since 560 40
38 and 11 respectively Mental 4. BD. Gittens 1b Shere 12 v3 pace y went i ane knocked Combermere a3 their second another bowling change at 70 runs, B.G's FIRST INNINGS
: ee , S. Parris c G. Skeete b V. Lew of 1e score for the s of one venture were bowled out for 35, > replace arshé . Ide; lL. Wight not out
Hospital now need 132 runs for fp © Matthews ¢ sub b G Skee 2 wicket, |Webster scored 34 not out ziving Police victory by 94 runs He repl aced Marshall with Holder & Gifs not out
victory and providing the wicket N. Wood ¢ Skeete b H. Ramsa and Jordan 30 Smith was the most deka? at the northern end. Extras (b 3
is good on Saturday, they should Wood ¢ (wkpr.) Lawless, b le Empire layed Central ut Vau owlet |for Poli - tz king taro Marshall's figures were ‘then
get the runs easily. wW i n Rune a proves bG, Skeete 26 luse F Central in their first inniy ge “kets for two tune in fous Weta. 8/2/11/0, but he only exchanged Total (for 0 wickets)
In the Wanderers—Spartan fix- £. McComie b G. Skeete 5 “€eered 57, Empire replied with The scores were as follows ends since Marshall was brought BOWLING ANALYSIS
ture at the Bay Wanderers need % F Kee see anna 3 98, Central took their second in- on at the southern end for Brank- ai °o M
151 runy for victory and still have % Meaford ¢ Proverbs b G. Skeete 1 nings’ over-week total of 95 for 5 EMPIRE vs. CENTRAL at er. Gibbs now set in forties ap- foe haw " 0
ten wickets in hand, j Extras 12 to 197, F. Storey scored a beauti Vaucluse proached 50 with a hard pull to \garchall 24 «(10
sDs t , ‘ke € sip f 9 g i J 1 33 ‘e 5 7 f O7 . y} the t > Oo £ Vv ) é { ] ole t | me > ve a» : f
opartun Knocked up 124 in thelt ois 139 pts und A. Nicholls 35. mes ASD ERS Rr Ae Ty amples 88 the square eg boundary off. full: ‘Holder ete . IMPERIAL LEATHER e@ LINDEN BLOSSOM e BLUE HYACINTH
first innmgs. Wanderer$ replied i eeding 157 ru ol ictory, and (for the loss of 6 wickets) toss from Holder. i ; 3 en
with 75. BOWLING ANALYSIS Empire snaa J for the | of lf Taylor, substituting at the wick- \y' are 2 0 o |
In their second venture last Oo. M R. WwW six wickets. L. Bynoe who made LEEWARD vs. Y.M.P.C. at Fosters’ et for Wood, yielded the first bye
Saturday, Spartan were bowled | Ram a a ee ts | “ me illiant v1 gs s eens n the . i ro 1a fea 84 Lee : rd 80 when the score was 70. He reached Ht T H ff B }
out for 139. S. Parris topscored Rolfe. 7. 13 | first innings, knocked up a valu- and (for the loss of 1 wicket) 66. 59 tickling one from Holder to 1 % oO eats
with 35. C. Wood made 32 and W. vy. Lewis 4 15 a ' ge yy Beker car gl . oa ae pa Re es a E at fine leg for a single, completing t Mt en
Jemmott 26 | tro) cat rae OMDErmere half a century in 98 minutes. ’ §
D “ Wanderers 2nd innings | Holder scored 44 not out while Police aiies Cy aan i : { J ‘ ;
: Bowling for Wanderers G. aq G& Seale not “out im) | L King took four for 32 =? aan oe ‘ } eh : a ay - Meanwhile the score was racing ack Gar er
Skeete took five for 40 and H. y. Lewis not out 2 Colle played Wanderer it! mere 6@ and 35 ‘ c ; towards a century without loss, 3 ae Ft
Ramsay three for 49 Extras 0} a llege Wanderers batted first TS Ue . but the tea interval won the race BERLIN, Sept. 24
y th § - | College, Wanderers batted first) WANDERERS vs. COLLEGE xt , ; Germany’s Hein Ten Hoff cap-
A. G. Seale and V. Lewis have Total (without loss) "7 | - Silex’ When play stopped, B.G. had put G ai 1. b ouidreiant
given Wanderers o good start in , ee ’ ; 98 ithout loss, Gibbs not out ‘urec the European eavy-welg
their second innings The Bay teant POW Lt fd WHAT’S ON TODAY | ' ee at ae ee (for 4 wkts ao Wight 38 . ° boxin® championship Sunday with
ir aS. ay Fi ° 1 eclarec ollege (for vkt “ et oe rer Britain’s
is 37 runs without loss, Seale five ; ‘ee 10 ‘ ‘ \ 96 : te f T r ¢ cut decision over Britain's
’ is Mkinase Police Courts 10,00 a.m. leclavred) 96 a (for the dass of After Tea er : } title
not out and Lewis 22 not out N. Medfoid 3 1 6 \ B ; wks) 33 re a it sna Jack Gardner who held the title
: on om ° ! Lristiz I aire WKS) ode lwo runs necessary 1 me : “4 -
So far Spartan has bowled six A. Gittens ‘ : : j ate aun Ch } CARLTON vs. LODGE at Lodce ei y were scored in the first % ce last February ;
bowlers but they all failed to break anor nag 4 waltheston - iE “ia | odge 82 and 47. Carlton 68 and over after resumption savin Hoff repeatedly pounded G d=
this partnership. 3. Perris 2 2 By "ais Rarbadde Tare | | (for one wicket) 24 taken 110 minutes to crmnle*e ‘er over the 15-round route—U.P.
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ESTABLlbHED 1895 TTESDAY. SKPTKBF.R IS I-KIO H. KING NOT YET OUT OF DANGER DOCTORS REMOVE A LUNG AND A RIB Britain Will Get Council Of Stale LONDON, Sept. 24 J^INO GEORGE dozed to day under the influence of a drug to relieve the pain from a major operation on his lung and a sad and worried court official said it would be two or three days before any real hope could be^in. The King's doctors issued three cautious bulletins since the operation wherein all or part of one lung was removed and at least one rib taken out to give surgeons access to the diseased lung. But they have been unable yet to state that the operation was successful and are unlikely to be able to do so before the end of the week. Their first concern was that the Monarch would recover from the terrific shock such a major opera tion causes. At Buckingham now converted into a temporary hospital with every device of modern medical science, the keynote was great anxiety. A court official who visited the Palace to-day said: "I will be a very unhappy n an for the next three days. It will be that Ion? be'.ore doctors can begin to have any real hope or basis for concluding that their work may be successful." Mil ArtvarJve If '•' %  Churchill sympathy in the Q U %  .wl-.li with DU1 %  %  its ;>rr with ) Pr i neonIt Is Mil U %  UM Km* IT I ruUj I* %  humble obedient C R vi .'. Churchill. Clement Dnvi. Ih. Qw Attic* V ;md I artChurchill and to Mr DavbN fOC UM kind lan the rulflln i the Kiu i %  %  (oration to hri.lt h W* ftlVjeeVply .. your Ihought ..f ua at this moment <>t i"i'i\ ELIZABETH R." Regency ; UM nut en it Be n a %  a*k ibout hei two children knowing In her heart that in I %  %  the term U 25 Princess Elizabeth had l'mkwl forward %  and motht Bin u Queen ADVOCATE JCA RELIEF FUND THE fund tfala movrd forward rtateraaj hul Bl| %  lawly. nere ire latent eriee inland HubM-ribhiK in i 1 il'-..r NIK IJU. hut havp mil jet got J round to It. This slow aarM i* raw appeteantty. OR ii ovn NOW Fix MM io.im milil have done raw tats Matte to %  "•nd iff I* either "' BM •'i' 1 Iraafci el dirrct to the i tenter it teu oltlce. You jnt lo. to il<> il iv. II f the iklns rnovm-it fr.iti. i, •. lam aaecaHaa hr facet hie u %  araal-kanlUL Oean< rll nl Htaaa la help htm rri-n tr Hi • uhil'i. a I >: %  > % %  > tahtt) \nd in hl(h qujrtrr* UM uord rtsjencj i* •% %  brink in aUeaed fiat ihr inri hane. I Council Regent. Elizabeth, would be ateurntpg %  role In which there is nttu< time Little Prim t Charles a vember and one-] i %  ijred mil m the In hospital at Bujctdnfhati frnir hundred milet to tl 1 .(... %  • %  ndpe"*" tore ntwenerbut Prlnct^s Anno is learning b) i %  [ \ %  • i. n Prime Mlnurtei ... transatl M %  Si i... i %  i | Mtn %  • %  %  %  %  V from the %  i.i si Umrent •that the moat i :he health ol thi K I .nl %  in the i U ol Hei Royal %  %  fniind deeli I —r.p. Nighl Haiders Bomb Trucks HriH AIH PORCB H.y %  on roads loaduiK to the %  n : BOO. tha a i U2d light bombers n the vtctniu %  I %  i Communist %  the night reported l .. K %  I Yanggu, %  I Slow I <\\ amounb uf mail %  %  pajlnf in tilled Allied Um InunedldeadJ flat I %  I by i %  louth Koipttal Three i planei %  port i %  iitoi The third %  1 M PeefchM twice i' Communist shi re bet: % %  rounds from Ova-inch ..• | i i 00 known %  > i r \\i\M\ And Altltf To Make "IViwi" LONDON, BV Mr Clemen! %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  -IP £10,000,000 Will Be rVvailaUe Tor JYa IIiirricuiHRelief KIN'.. pi 2\ %  elfi and li ...i, from England. 0 iu'ludliiK %  %  I "i from In1 %  % %  : %  ,. fnnii Gbt %  ; million from utlul lea I'uhii. ipoly, and II %  r IIIK comn %  %  E 10.0(10.000 to I %  t,00 Houi Int. it hemes %  iCP> AtOinit(^l[uuil\ .! ihon i %  Aii. iiI %  en ml %  %  %  — IP H'.l. roiiM.i IIAIIII llll MXItSII BARBADOS HIT .'{97 LSEcOllOIIlislrStudy Ways To Help (ierman\ n* \ i m.-.i \ WASHINGTOh I Oehctals mU United Bti %  %  itudylna n % %  %  %  Iral i i \ %  x)nietime * fh the ^ lea ••< film in • iT i TI*; poem Into the Reewblh I tai xhorUiKi i %  i. •' t.i have .'.,-.-.! Ill ...ti HI II. l. I H| el U s expected lion in the w< I error' TI>,' UI \t i Minting, on Herman econont] %  urden %  UOed Count i i i DfaaWklUaa dim. uitlea ad bj luulse id. Balance Of Forces Only Can Prevent World War III — De (ia8iH>ri A ASH1NOTON. Sept. 24. Italian Prcmiei Alcidi '(• Gasperi, told Congress toil la now clear' Ibai . imrd world war will come %  i. Free World eeruarveai totem powerful t-nounh %  < force -t Communism. M muat" be Averted if possible. But if it I halv will be in the solid front for freedom. — De Gnsjieil frankly asked f"i mon i' s .it.i mch .ls at coniii.iii.pii i i-i railed to .ivrrt. the Italian peopb Id si ind by lo • nnimtin%  i. |. 11 who a?i welcomed bj Trun ti other to) offlctali on hit arrn.ii hare ipoke lo |alnl meeuai %  ;in n< 9 f Important %  ion officials ati itab from what llalleiai '"I ;o hursh treuty ol the W %  • i ni BTU %  II i -il utotdi m: Tin %  .mi the iWeral AepubuV n have ti BUoVtenl Induatnal apacttj t" handle tnj productloi | iv.i\ to i % %  ; i %  % %  i MUII.UI ,\ %  %  foraujn [rad> ng at the rate "f %  n •" ei $.noa.iKH.(i"i ... i.. A large rrac • "i thii nun hsn ren set % %  rlntei %  %  I < \ o Gem inj whi wilt i nut to eomewhat DM during the eurrert Baeai vaai will tl beat in idequate%  the economii %  onverslon t<> defence nrodui lion 1. 1 ordlna t<> theai fore U s official! en meant inner than direx I %  aid t" h.ip Oenuan build up h* hunt curranc} re %  -i r •Buzz" Butlrr To Pay Cosls No Merit In His Appeal <*• On <>.r.^a-i I' i: l < >f -SPAIN fit I'll. n thai % %  %  -'I ii appeal agninsl iniivnti i irllei tiiH %  of tnaCom* %  P %  iftt i I %  %  | i i %  %  I I %  i um rei pectfully iul sou. tha' %  . . I leavi i. to m> numl le petition," be cool Courl tgreed tl ..[ i-'ul M Kven %  ,itrr. "Mil %  %  %  the Courl i| Ja then bleh l car .... | I I out .! : who hi.' I %  ,i promised him Umt ha will be heard .n> In warm terma ! %  Gtsperl hanked Cnngrcas for aid to hi' rountry I I iropi geneiaii> vtr He said this coun< •E %  "ii ii.i tit si battle In making tare ol lh< i ouV •< rival ol Europa i ountrlea as free 1 i of ii,. lore "is i>. Soviet Rustle tnd work) Comi | ^ %  ttroutjri tan) that n i %  oui •ill . well lent He %  lid % %  >' Kuropi it Had vll rlum .•nd ar f..i she B*1U I' %  > %  ihe defanca oi KUI|.MII (r.'t.Ti.. Hi i ;.. i > i %  %  %  head ux Ihej •'•iKiiri lt-l> o mtn wants ;n<\ in or mlliI U' glvelobt to 2.000 addressed .(um unemployed "We .isk rou U la %  i. %  •' %  %  jHtntti whlcl ill need%  ork Si ondly, he expraati I gratefulnps* a free m'n to ft* it HiUnited took the lead In tea hln i '•" ". in %  I I' KESTLED close to the Blu* MoonUi..from tha hurricane. Photo ibow* storeroom on the Coaaaooi sun and air. Send In ^ our Package Now! %  %  %  %  r i iy last. Colomble taking the %  %  p %  l %  I %  p tl is extren %  i %  n %  %  %  %  .i %  ... tituti %  awaiting our help Mechanic On Vfaiisluiighier frJMiyr • lr-m Our Ows CtflfseeettttBl st QBOROl B Oreo* Mr. Unmanufl Crul DO] -i PUblli Work* Depart merit $2,000 connequent on a mauslaughlar chai ge praferrad ;tgin*t him in ;. with a ro;.': eath. ..re liemv rcurnatancat. • is were accorded %  | ..!..; %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  tendance and aiming the present I trator, Superintendent and (DeoutV Superintendent %  p tie wni im ilck leave at the time of hi* death Supply TalksBegin In IJ.K. LONDON. s.pi .'i While t ilk fro ham Palace told "i Klnj uci i ondluon, Comi a fo the nisi UnitIn hi-tiii y mi M In i,, n.,1.. i>i.in f.., Unking proBui i i il the lit i%  | i in-. Prime Mlnlttei %  poke of tin pet %  I anxiety" throughout the Bmplii received Mini I onwealui coui li %  cabtnel at HI Downli erhere the tveeli it to ! %  held i Rtokt Lord Prtvj Beal .lint .i mlnitti > roi i < %  --. %  i l la onference Stol i to jaunt out ho Co thai lltl % %  Iff] % % % %  Il porao beneflta of hlgli %  to ihe devetopfneol of i produelni and Iruluatrl trite .iiik*He bio %  . %  %  to Common* telu %  I-f.-n %  efforfa MARSHALL-] Ml li.G. Reply With 178 Without Lou (llemltm Gibbt (*ets 105 By O S COPPIN OEOKGETOWN r Sept. 24. ** JJRITISH GUIANA'S opening batsmen, left/ h.uuier Glendon Gibbs and ri^ht hander ." Wight completely broke the back of the Barb bowling attack to day when opening B.G.'s flrst^iriy nings at 1.52 p.m. Thov put on 178 by close of play without loss in reply tj Barbados' first innings of • 397. With the excepti< D ot Norman Marshall, all Barbados bowlers look M innocuous on the perfect Bourtla wicket'. Barl t'os carried the over week score of 309 for five wic! ets to 397, Norman Marshall C&rrylDg his Sat unlay Individual total of 95 to a top score of 134. R ill for lha Hath wick. l>h-tiHK tlihip ol the inn i KeraJtaH IM %  %  %  %  %  %  %  inIndlvi i %  i. %  iMttina i %  %  i %  i %  %  tlii'niKh Ihe Up tli Ij I. bowbn %  in front of the i I minute M 121 tr t Ihe thlrtli 1 %  %  i Hi %  %  %  .11 %  %  41 HHi In III %  'uillH'illoi' IVif'S For 7th Time To Gel IsaiT Lifted POftl %  I i : by the British Oultnj %  Colon* 1 1 i ouncllloi C li Ifath II of tl tlon Is makliiK hl rv I %  UM ban lifted %  itrtfj thi CouneUloi ., l | i %  ii. tha Ktirvt ..t ihe Bi itl I | pany with Mr. MIIIK-H < rt< hli i. %  the 1 in lit; dellvi red i tertes <.l le. tun on ihe laboui the Colonl il "f hc( most rr< per I fully Ihet ynu %  %  1 ISM I <*•* to reft %  P M. Hei %  %  i. ..inns M | %  In .1 i-h rreeb -'ii tround iii<' I IM Thaniff" 1 %  bell on UM %  |TI I 1 th llll |I4|I H II. MaAhell


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i I I BDAT Bl I'll MRF.R 13. 15! BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'M.I. FIVE Plaintiffs' Counsel Address Court All Day In Christian Mission Chancery Suil TWO OF THE chief points which were stressed by Mr W, W. Rceo K.C I uneel (or plaintitts in the Chriaii-n BtTWW and others versus Hoyte and othets, yesterday before The Hon. The Vice Chancellor. Sii Allan Collymore. were that Rev. Lamer was ulwa\> %  .Mil that whei; the rule said that a meeting of the Repreeentativi place in JanIhal w;is only (iiicclory. Mneed tiiat ti dJ I ihniald be complied with lo argilunle** reasonable it impossible to OUQML coni '' LMWII going un (or Kn argument might be i %  VEW AMBASSADOR el f. : n but kanathlni happened to that, a reasonable OH ereuld !>. %  %  A mistaken method wnRiven t in evidence as to UM COOVI Mission's mnb % % %  "KHni ol UM eh irch ?n. have been taking up everv EJ2? V" to '" ,Uv Christian i %  %  !%  raid, he m %  %  •n during 1949 and 195fl and srho i rowds nf th* ) of hearing. They bring a hearty eating during the break, sit down with all Interest again lo listen to arguments which help I what will be of much moment t> them. Laws Qaataal la) with Mr. Heece quoting lengthy passages from various law books to try to s:rengthen his arguments, it could not very ami. but though .11 wag no other prospect than hearing Mr. React Ul relumed in lull force. McJatad with Mr. J. S. B. Dear, instructed i llutchlnson A; Qinnald. Mr. Adam* associated with Mr. It H. L !!•*. The Vice ( haneellor reminded him that 0.. V I *aid. la Mirh time and place and by VIII li in %  a jJnll be provided for in the live-law*. Tlihvr-Uw, w|d in Janaarv Mr Rrree armed thai dial • %  directorial only. Thr m.-lIng gt| not obliged to be held in January, hut If g— IIIIBIIH happened which pre vent ret it from beln held then. It r..iit.| Iw held In Drcemher If BBMOBHT) That, of rourv WHUM nl he in an extraordlna Death Due To Misadven lure AN FUillT MAN tin returned a verdict of' :.ur" when the Inquiry Into lb*drcumal indinf the death ol Kathnvliia HaU td Wi chaol, ended before Mi c; H Griffith .A.. Coroner' • "A (Catherine HaU arai one of the occupants of the mote \ 097 wim-h overturned on DayreUa Mill Road, S Pour witneaaei nave i-viilence yesU-idas Hall, %  ti mbi i .i. b) i. tl Oust : i dune the OnOtOJ. a K all to > rana Hc*ch and then to BaUatneba Ita -; %  | L Cop) Hall and Handalri if. Tyre Mow s i .. i:ii car I %  ii j shop on %  i i .. %  .. ,i and hat lhaa %  %  bo) ii. wi BI | bad indrink Anothei motor cai M It* . in, up and caught his Ml Whll it was parked >l In* aHop. He 1 I i.l.it.d \1 I'.U.t .ouI HI %  eaihlng .• eurva hi Dayrella ihi he met the mot M th bright lights and off n-id. lie pulled waj at in and m UM inegnua blev. %  %  teleptv i.e pow on the lefl H ;"ll the road. In pulling away l HaU, %  %  i .i then t.. Bat • ibout 5.30 %  after, the ear %  %  i i %  .. it th i i %  minutes eft* the cat was 1 HJft. The dlivei "f UM car she ocIng .i little loo IliU.'ll %  IhC Mde of .in big car (' i %  ind .:. I I b i Door Opeaai M s\. unu od la and UM I I H IDOUM 1-lO-l.iw out of the ear. The car lied for a little -i to th< roraown ol jury, i thai hai l. ... ... H,R ALVARY DOUOI.AS 1 REDPP.ICK OAHCOKlNE. newlv ftUDOlnt Kev. Pastuneete*! BxanbsOn U e*Wtta Amb-iHswio, to Moscow t the ror.lgn OOca altar h III point was that Kev. Id alwajn ton a member 4 tht llaferion. in the ease, he *aid. Rev. Padmoore m rnupm a aeai>. come from the f^-penntendent and Mr. Adams had pieviuusly "'"d "P with the eODBBnt of the aiiued that the meet inn held in "oard. January 1949 tl wuco Rav. '" **tj eaaa, only the corporate ,.,. RM) eOUld have removed Rev appoint* it Oeneral Suparmtaodl-nner from being n member ol ind Uie corporation. That was not a therefore ltcv. Barrows appointmattei for %  atlact body I 1 uld not bold. Tba uaual body had not th P authorltj to cot mm the that unlesthey wen %  ircatmi bad not bean given, by tba corperatt bodj %  %  >' churcnw had to purpose. ntentattvei xt it UM elaetson, having preMr Adams nud that inwould Uv repraset laUvai ; ' • t"' 1 *' by with%  -. | % % %  -I'.-mK Uurj bU ,K,int ..bout Rev. could not vole '-"rier o r Rev. Barrow noi benix • UMlr churchag 1 Instrucmembers, it might uargued %  e ttMJI rOtai -necessfully that they .•.. ii'ied. Mr members. He was willing to withheld on this strength draw that as he had an %  van Rev. Barrow had not stronger point in that they bad nominated by any ol the oI boon nominated. COUld not po*nlbly Mr. Reece went on OjUOitng f om have been vob '"' KiiKiish IJIW reports and I an %  > % %  • to wbstantj %  be tm-eting illegal was the %  rsauneati lie grnj continue his i li,. chrlsaddress today !1 ll ^^~ for 'he meeting had iO be published sometime before t IIUL.K | Not Voting Mr. Recce had addressed lor A hti (l ( uiiLr, ...... bo it <>; UM i %  -,; PJUJH, hearing Ud continuing yesabout l£.H) WW^ %  %  i. I T.''HI /-t tali niontu in Un *,.•,„„! „rhl t Sir Alvnry -civ.it *Coti-ul Oeaeral at T*:-.. Political >preiitauvr In Japan, with the ran., ni M BXPUal • (ore turned over. On bin : % % %  m Uie ..i lie mothei tn-la v.isrtting m tbi fl nt the cai with the chauffoui .... v i i,!i hand drive the did not know whetbei Ui • oad %  et LUIHIHT Blocks Walerfronl d i or OVER l60,0uo feet of lumber w.-. vaterfronl of the mnd er pan <• made lab i J" UM I i ...i "ii the mgiit i D lyreUa lidi m th.it was i|. • -,.,.,. -,-,the motoi ii x 9ft tight %  m the left I Turning. tt fund end rear whea h "f %  5 feet fi inch of approxlmati I which !• %  1 i a in. ii arrived in „. .. n paS | t HIiM.d Main Ti. itter was 4 ft. 1 aid rod leep At a dis' % % %  btm i to UM rear %  ' %  %  | ... %  sod along ... K %  i. Hall, wh. I .ii ins right, began u catch el UM d iw b • Ing I a the cai swayed along the road Finally, tincai want Into th trench and overl When iht Ml K itheruM Halt wee not ui it She we .i'.' .' I feet UM road behind the i n Thi %  nth hlrnaall HandeU and Handall %  %  %  a affoctad hi raa He did not know whet %  II. .ii Fell out ol UM cat driving d attnut thre. frorii UM guttor on I i ti.i ii gboul IB ntiiepei hour hire Dexlroya House Ami Car \ ( UM I It is no* he wharl %  :. ,,L of 1 ."ii as one %  arrived. i 'r f the chll liaiidleaps In %  lumbei mi the wharf, clerk said, ll Uli en %  tell then. limited or king th lumber %  it cli ared of the No Rattle H< bold the fonnian thai < wa certain UM dow vat d i ail-"' lie WOUld have h. .1 tiif d w er e not closed Ho eoult rnhei %  aeuuj lha doot %  lew owl He I'" 1 any drink for UM daj :: %  %  %  <• % %  %  I the In UM m % %  %  %  on Da) H 1 H 1 %  ie got ,: 1 ,'. uid 'I"' foranuui curve, h X •' %  overiun ,. ,. drj when ha He loo* UM deceased to the a ,. %  ihere. The left fronl lyre of ral Hospital Will. 1 from the gutu 1 1 %  1. feet froi tui i,i in.tyre mat %  Jn TheHomeTothfy 1 origin at he -aid that th, roi UM election of .. SuiM-rmtendand anoupod house iuu? 1H bv 7 • ., in,-.dint U %  net, but one of the RepreHousehold furniture and a M\ %  ol the churches. The cylBldei Humba OU %  „„. h ., %  were not voting, but the Inaured to, eMO Dna*artt ,,i awe, and it the Ralph Ltntoo ware also" bunit churches were entitled to sit m UM th nroyed bi UM Mf ira was a radio %  '"ii .7. propertr -. Husheii of Duncan St Philip, %  %  ini PUbUC H, I'JOB. .1 bill to Govern! %  inn to UM I I Hill f> %  had blown part ,.r UM t m ••< Ine blown 1M. axtdn,.| v dai 1 %  was a left right iu ve roing down, Ttie %  1 the i to b> He was di v in peed of ab ul 10 Si i. tor car X n '' %  %  %  ... from '! %  ernal i % %  %  in "• i tnti.i and uv , ., the UTI' MI.II i %  [trust's Rainfall Above The Average Director Of Agriculture VOUld be need for the n-, I Mi. Aii.m s made abject Hi aid that the oth. aide would have a flrM i Idlng were %  tr R" On Sal Carltea of Ti] . Rood, wax arrested and charge" y abai Mr. H Int was thn'. With Inflict ing unevou-'. l-id> Mr. Mapp in:.not have a harm on Myrtle Garner of Har'"g of an Adore right to UM catling vote. U Land, Hlndabury Road, locally ul. ing on Igfa it Oanier. wb %  Wealed, Charged gjernor rciaung to I Biewatarfiand taking i %  9 ii chart"I.*" m I h 1 .-,_ %  %  Gap with %  Mend on UM night of iwed to give '*"* 6. was wounded. ., rule u.i He argueil that UM Belectad bodyhad Do 1 thi. frail otbei than %  ing in mind %  oil thrice that tinTh „ xu t, i •; £ -live men %  Out ConmeUuo to bo played Under "P %  laung to tin i wned A %  .....us rainfall %  of UM I Lai %  %  antf IJ-ai long Pen TI .,.r,..e i„i,l rainfall for ing Due to UM BTOksngad H pplyta* OMl onlj! I' ;;;;; nl(i J ,J ., more were planted In add) the whole ..re some'lian Is usual at %  but are nevertheli ttoe la what st month's report is. peasants Itltd; I M i< par lb bers. The .Mission Herald wen rough -i nota %  'i. Herald and th.' %  . UM statute would not be e of thi*. Stabbing Inquiry Adjourned Representatives could moned In any othrM In the case, th .... ble the sdlctour have had to poot P o no all gamcri \ -t tho Aquatic Club foi irately one mtk ,, \ ho die I Ropes and one of the CI-II|H. I have to be repaired l %  : %  night. league can be re-started. Certain Beptl ither n-palrs to their gear ha\ %  A COI • %  if Dtsl n beet %  Be B. Oi Ifllth >• %  %  %  lation did not have i sday. t %  1 %  abovem I %  UM oarl n •>< M Ai u the '" %  %  > staUon St PhlUp ISM' I) the Stmar t BJM complete papall hauaa rat u at d fro of Trinidad Ua 1 %  ly and. p 1 ini.o 1 v.,v.^'/V.v.vvv,v*r^'//,v,v///,v,v/,v,V/V.v/,v,' vv.y/,v//,',-.v,v.v/ ,v/..///////////'V////'V/'V''' SPECIALS OF POTATOES lOlbs %c. ONIONS lOlbs. $1.08 Condensed MILK M l.voporled MILK TO-DAYS FOOD BUYS l raw fordo t I illil* per Tin 14$ UPS* Juni,^ I ...,dper Tin 31 < Up** ruh. rsMls per Tin 26 -..ir.i.e.-. per tin IB ir.l.f. per dor. I 6% Aprieot Juke per Tin 40 i'.ri.i i letag gagas 1 35 Corned Miitt.ni per Tin * Lipton* t'renrh to flee 11 K. ii lea i leant Mb ll |0 gM,W HI,; II ii..-i Up to it ... '....,1 ( often Sr.*.l llislr.lmlion ...i : %  %  I4BI %  %  ontlntwd durl U Ii monlh. ll JUMI li i it ill / FRESH SHIPMENT i*i HI* \ i nuns ALSO i Hit K IIIIMIIS OF SPECIFY EVE HUE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND ITJRNALL ASBESTOS WOOD. .-.v,*.-.---.*.*./ II YOI-I.I. HI. HI-.; 0 '"* L -aw in:i,it.iin:n *\ ^ n 11 II rut. 7 \ / NKSfriS run sormi WOOLLBNS BUGHTKK SILKS I i MI i/./. i(i i! tuirm um OM! S'f/' ul till l.eutlinu Slttrf* HARRISON'S Broad SI SFiH K-l \lil.\f. NOTICE OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY ARE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TO NOTE THAT ALL OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENTS WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE PURPOSE OF STOCK-TAKING ON TUESDAY 25th SEPT WEDNESDAY 26th „ THURSDAY 27th „ IB IHI BBS PAYMENTS AGAINST ACCOUNTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND RECEIPTS ISSUED ON THE DAYS MENTIONED %  e • 11. .I.i-uil Jones & Co., Ltd.—Diitributon. Till) ABOVE NOTICE DOES NOT %  U'l'I.VI'OTlll s r.c K BOOKBTOU Wllll II Will. Ill OFEM Kilt ... Ill 8INI ss \s USUAL. C. F. HARRISON & CO. 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PAGE Hl.HT HAKBADOS ADVOCATF II I -I. U —I I" I t Mill R f\ Windward Score Intermediate Victory Keen Contests In All Other Games WINDWARD M,.red an oulngh! viciory in the WintlBai baydoa Regiment Intermediate cricket mater ft H|( : n u r Wind -. -i\ w.iki'ifor I ted Bn on ii>! mi i u.iu ToUl noon HM *SAI ran R'lWH •"* Inmni %  i MUlM %  nwtord l> B Parnna-r H • %  %  .. I • % %  ANALYSIS %  I lOSB %  total 10 Til. 11; IT nut 0U< H and R, M hnw took %  W h for 2J and 32 immton raplurc;l one was a maiden. Ings were lowlc<1 nut Tor ti meagre H. R. Rock knocked up u c Pnaeod m too nun met eessful bowtel tor Empire He N ind took five wlcketi foi 28 run C. Spooner K %  0 t.ii Bfl while |. C. H I %  took one each. % 
aW)i II, -tl,d [ .-' %  B.G. Reply With 178 Without Loss m tram psar I %  %  until Mm in front plii>ing i in i the pad. %  'i the him %  | Hi Brankfli %  stum| for I %  12 helping tha %  M HIM : %  Gaskin itu A nc-KNR from thr mo-i talk .i ot tight for tat eaatan •" %  Robinson (lofl "1 the woilit by busting Bandy 1 I -aoit in tan roundof tholr IB HeH llobiii-on g.-t. in a right. KXIM'.F.HH Btat ipell with the bull when i placing A %  -... end with the •COT* at 113. •Vight on drove him foi !uu completed his half terrtur) in 138 minute*. Glbba by i the (x>v\ 11n*i Hr jump*-n Marshall delivery cradling it to the long ml boundiir>. BWad the cighlie' with another power dnw ofl %  .i-fted mtc the tO. A High BTUCR "(' Wight ..i Marshall I down • u the SIIH g.' i hepn interval eav anothei four bul MarataaU found HI lor 9. tho pda with the next Brad %  i A Umpire Mi Intyre dlsaUo Utei I Mii.ii : puata down U* i.. ida innings c aui In i;< ndn u la and oibba h un the i,-* a terrtfl ., -pell in ,... towthrouahthe 382 mmlu M111 ,,,. hl! I11(1; A smart turn i" Ml saw him V.iKlil and CiililM. opened C(| tlv ,„ ifg min the bowllnK i than ei Bau .. %  ; flebUn tt I i haw from the northern ,„ RV -ttniK raKJted with %  id The bowten |0t %  ind pickups tiiat could be much ii the wicket In 1 toanar. ante effort Otbta' plucky I to hold a low mlek in r otnturj was very valuable to n MUnaon, but faUad to h.Q Uw atnea rl aflo load ii„ catch emu rtan end h*-ipe.i to leaving tt.,field i-neak the back of the i-iwimn i few i %  Soon .iftii Graenidie mmiieided %  ti.Me hit nine foun With 'he 102. GiWw attl U*AJ vau 2ml \l I ri.U.s it m I** ln-l-t> n Four Outright Wins Scart'i 1 . c Knl(nl KmKM i> Crt %  i. v Car i. <• W|lM. AM • h Hi- i, %  ibkni %  foui Innlngj out of ili< Wan Ivmlnfffl flfwrn nf ttl fiyr jinn In (Iff Krnpire won bowled out fi>: IM m their aaeo n d In i l : lismred wlUi 3n wlnl. %  DDtdbutad %  brUtUTJ Other pood i E Barroa who not out. Rowiim HoapKal ins pim performance with thr bat. look four for 11 In Bve "v. i .,n | CI Si i run i eaptured two for 21: Ki %  %  %  foi 20, 19, 33 and 11 raapecUvi 11 1ioapn.1i now need IM runi for vleto i Mid providing the wicket 1 %  latui gel the runs OaaUy. In t> 1 W ind< tan Spartan fixture ..: the Baj Wai nai *il 1 iir.f'.i riot band knocked up 114 In their liri-t innii p W >ith 75 in their second venture last Bpartan wenbowled out for I.-. 1 s Pan a to) icon d with is. t %  /ood made M md W Jemnioit 24 Bowling for vTanderan G Bkaal look live for 4<) and 11 Kami 13 thraa for 49 A G Baala end v Lewb have % %  ran good %  tarl In their arpl Imilni* a parts !** Innl Bin 1 %  each loi in ii matchei V M i'i Centi • 1. In tin %  tun .it the i gain thi At Foal %  %  v M ; %  ( l %  1 td-on wltb Gil 1 whan wu:ht. nrtudag ihr 0|hcr WBV> proverbs „ Rull """ l,,,,h holding lluball, but ;. stentorian '*• Taylor made appeal for a catch was Ol the first bowllnn change, bringing tiv u mptr Rollox. on Marshall for BTOdfhaw %  < the r |,.,. ,,, |h |.,, ^v.' B.G.'s score .-ft aibbe not out 105 and Wl^l.t IM.' .nit 70. He did Scores.good .1 pace a.ihowi in trill y. Atldl %  ling f.i ter nd Taylor kept hhn on, Glbba, %  the lnnlnga openm I ,iiin BggTaaalon with .i full%  ! %  %  rd off-drive to ihe boundary off : %  1 n their a rond Inn II f..r 1 ao . II *..r 12 i'.i„, in theli IB I it a . H\an\inis no, INMM.%  I ,r r Canocho b OuKIn p %  %  ,.' r I-— ..j.11 .Iprt l< Cfair %  b I %  %  Mulder Bowtg Holder 11 louthern end. the being 6 1 lio. Batemen paid no ,itti ntlon to the btx pn up ooUactlng IM In the ugly comfortable l. 3 lor 33 : -..'' \ \ ALVI ***„d..rr. ma aaaaai f up III foi four wi %  Hold Arehei lopleclared In ibi l ' rune and raymr brougni % %  I Bate''->" %  B IB, "low c Grinth knocked M ia rw enfortably, put ,.I.I misiiiig onb i runs not out <..: jj utei end Taylor rang U' fin vld %  1 < 1 iiiollier bowling chiiiiwi •J off the aeon ror the I< %  oul Ibi :". n, .. %  .:.,, ,,„U ilh Hotdn wlckei Wi ter scored 34 not out dvlng P N :i .)„. nor th ern end %  .tn essful u Empln • luse. Central 11; tlun .1 (rwirii B7. 1 \ B6. Cent d In: Mllltl 1CENT! \l .t Vaaelusr fni t. 1 I A. Nicl Central 17 and 197. 1 Needing 157 rui 01 foi the los* „ % %  .! %  IIK-I ISMM.i I %  %  I 1 Lga, knocked ui able 55 on Baturdi cii four fo H out while %  MarshaU'i Agurei ware than I, bul he only exchanR.'d 1 hall was brough' •1.1 Ki ink* now M*i in fortl< %  . iMi g lee bounder) oft a full 1 l BUbltltutlng at lli' Tolal .for II HDUI IM. AMAt-yan %  %  "i" 111 w \KII \ MIi 11 Faalt 1 A YMPf 51 and 1 I %  %  I IIMHI l!MI RE va. Itll.K i: (kanaaraten %  ind Altl.TON va, LODOB ii 1 irri 80 . I fine ICK hM hall %  BB rnuuitai, nwards a Mhtwi without l"s>. pped, HG. had put tm B6 without k G %  %  • a After Tea 1 %  ntui iltiuTenlloff Beats Jock (arSSSS+**'SS r '.'.\'.\.'.%%'.',^~*%U%'*VS**&*&QM I HE WISE — ECONOMISE \ BOWRANITE | ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOK OF IHON S FARTHEST i OH Gallm ill com MS—1 1 HJ. ii. Sapplied in PERMANENT i RED, BLACK I in Tins ol Imperial Mearara. New Si.nks Jvisi BacarvH TfcoM UH Igaav. 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r\r.i six BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl I -.!> \Y i I'll Mill i; 25 l5l HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ^* MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY *•/-... \ ..-5 31BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG "PEEK FREAN %  (HHII AIVS BEST IHMI ITS) OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STOKES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING )•> biMSbf PILES Ttopptd In It MUut >•' '•-•"fi •• • -<,•. (rWn %  MWI r. *• .... • '.,<• %  m-MI •!• ,.„r Teelh Loose Gums Bleed '-" -lop* Bill* I I Amosan THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER J ^^^t%'tfU* r '^^^^^^^**^^^-*'*^*^^^^^^^^^i'''^^^^^^^^^^^^**''''''''''''''' -'-'---'--'-'-*-'''•*-'•NOTICE TO IMPORTERS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS \ %  • I MJtJ UXE WHSN r C*I-L ou • %  (X-O-fc" ^^^r44 /r LOCK *T V GvK/ A*' 1 win. i -.( MAtgO^tX TWA 6*LHMANVMO 'aDMB THAT l?Lf9G PC*. Li-JO P*4 OHMV JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS III Wf II %  i vr i 'i %  iveffv ii -c HI 7/ .v v.. T i Ms*" RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND THE UNDERSIGNED hereby notify importers that tliey have been informed by their Principals that clue to the high coat of operations at this Port Bills of Lading covering all goods shipped from the Continent and Scandinavia as from 1st B*pt ber, 1951, will bear the following clause:— "WAREHOUSING EXPENSES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF OVERTIME, FOR ACCOUNT OF THE CONSIGNEE This means that the normal warehousing charges incurred at this port will be collected from consignees here. The present Warehousing charges are as follows:POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of 88 lbs, and over 25 cents per a POTATOES AND ONIONS in crates of under 88 lbs. 15 cents per crate ALL OTHER CARGO—$3 00 per ton weight or measurement whichever is larger with a minimum of 50 cents. The terms of delivery for CEMENT, MANURES EXPLOSIVES will be free from alongside; i e. all Lighterage and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for account of Consignee, and will be collected from here. Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not Warehouses) of the undersigned for calculation and payment of these charges GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLY ON PRESENTA TION OF RECEIPTED BILLS OF LADING SHOWING THAT THESE CHARGES HAVE BEEN PAID S P MUSSON SON & CO LTD Agents Royal Netherlands Steamship Company. R M JONES & CO LTD., Agents Compagnie Generate Transatlantique IIIICi: HOOK Nlilch M.ik.s \ GODS WAY OF I SALVATION PLAIN" ,M-ilc for our i 9 t Koberln. OMP< I ft r ...k .ULII i tj. I Sum \ %  ml Avi'iiur. H*na Bor N. Ireland." I ;. il HAVS NEWS H ASH v\ \ 11.1! PISTOLS AT JOHNSON 8 STATIO NEBV Chaap TEA CUPS .„„! BAI .His JOHNSON S HABDWABI JlSf REltlYEP M..c.ircni Ii Ch** Swet Corn (Sn:al1> .. Royal CutUrd Powder ., C ft S In-Unt Coflee „ Tomato Juice .. Hamburger Steak „ Mined B*rl ft Or**l ,. Milo .. Tono .. Oat JI*1 l>kROKI I AD Bran Sandwich Spread Pkg DatM INC.E & Co. Ltd. I G, 7, ft 1> Roebnck St. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPP-IAL ofo,^ fo a || Q S |, an( j Crgjj, Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tint; Cambridge Sausage (16 oz.) 68 S3 Tins Colmans Mustard 58 S3 Tins Heinz Vegetable Soup 31 3ft Pkgs. Quaker Oats 54 IB Pkgs. Tower Table Jellies 0 ftp.) 42 3S Tins Hu 9 ho Fruit Salad 101 M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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r \.i BARBADOS ADVOCATE II i 5DA1 MITIMM.K H, 1951 Qahib (fatting M Spent Seven Months M %  For Sugar Talks H ON'l SfMDt r.rr rr Holidays POCKET CARTOON %  "OJC., <„>,.' Of I yew not" Lawyer, Journalist And Author %  Fogarty (It doe i Ltd. an nUrtu %  Hum England and ihv • KM had bern on M' Off to Anlifu. I •ado. lu will Operation Siren Starts Paris Ron ml-Up ii' BAH WIIIII: %  i >i PIKI: i \-i %  %  > ~iimt%  I. not Hi DAYINC Aettf a ba goo>l aiui I \dvacalr which excellent paper aj (,. btSM %  famous First ih<-ii :i After Ten Years Leaving Thursday —m il \ \1 ivu.^wa.M.racalbo. >i i %  i %  %  '•• %  * %  5, %  ,,„'.... u i "olyq whom hi h rougl ' %  '""" %  %  ; %  ... B W l A %  ui %  „. and i %  ire alaylm Bl 1 %  I'Altis. WITH their cloaks flying, baton-' tity at th read I ,_,, .J, tn „. , ,. v, .,.,* %  Fin pouce nave launched %  f -rticlea I loan up Ihis city % %  hlch generations of tourists have pjCS3? Mivx,.,,,., tnm. c:_# !/:.:• J Two vast police operations, both Hi i tRUiflcd by military aounditi.' 'ockel money, a* Ihe Champa Ely sees, both proSflOUfltl i<> be -Lie to afford trv '"uead a Sluilgjslj 'mall catch. In the Opeia area, out of 1.231 I people <:. %  .., of Uw only eight were a nested. In t ass. i,35 detainees yielded a paltry 12 >u*pects. in the Champa Bysaas raid podon %  "'" %  I handaome Fren. h nlm star Jean MaraJa as he sboul to stap into bu ear Explain I tactfully, ml apologmn* t<> M-i.iu l-U-r. "You .look loo proaperoui tor OB. Jrouia: m i IF1 MM. Kill *N \I 1 :>• A :n Visit i I iiid UiUe daugt '• %  i I .1 Mnrn. .!,> They B W.I.A %  voaa UO sad "ill !•• %  leaving Saturday. .'.iving at the Orean H Mr. Dicker who I t department of the Shell %  unique is also Caribbean Petrol.author of atxtaen hook*, some told Carib yesterday that h deal with law. and ind he had been doing quite %  bat A aight seeing and among the the] had visited were Sam : Back to Trinidad Students Return to School Ith i M %  W11 Shell %  %  %  %  %  1 %  i h --I Back From U.K. Holiday %  t BROWN I i i of Dominica, r.C-A. from %  %  %  IB <; Intransit M From Antigua Brought Son To School I! W.I A %  1 % %  %  I NTRANSII ting t.' %  %  Heli on rooi in' nlni In It.W.I.A nUgtll i M.ijor A eroi ihr %  FitaPatiieli Orahon and %  PortHrf-Spaui i by Mi SltVl Mi A I).. Silv.t l % %  i % %  In iind Mr. M. "f Flt7n and Co. From arty a ill be %  oliuj • >II lo St KIM bi Ian retununi to Excellent Accommodation ir.1 from I V I8ITORS lo Trtnidad would Quest Hou* %  I M ,s i M Off To St. Kitt, II. SETII WHITE, l-r.-i.lcnl %  irfl !'..".! inn ,.f s.v.>nUi I)... AdvcnIcfl by HW.I.A. "II Filclny %  Kins. \mrriran CMmMit A Kremlin Miss %  Mh Mi tic,i MiMireeu ll.iil U i:;li, BsaglBaM FOt K VKAKS of laborator) ' %  %  NO a*A( i • i in %  Dr. Andrew K : %  %  he has been spot L In %  %  .. run,;. -.-,,. %  i i *,.^i n 1; %  n "' ,ul '' %  '"' ,'wlil have to be Justin. . %  aad] w give the aluiiilia lirst roau aaai To nil m |. gaining In pn ..i fuel Uai i;ic is -blind 1 indfolded u.s „ sign ol is now i %  She will look the world with open i yes fn tbi lop ol Waaxunigtona new %  %  I rthoua. '' rt '" Ult IKlilindfiilded: o v .t i \(..\IN ttltacl IT. order to i %  % % %  Mth clear %  !. om London i '' eld 1 Ihe i %  Cetiri M A ppenl think that perllla Nellson is ',"'' Ha,i < K->>///<• Tone \ London -IIIP result "f -II thi police acj i (a ( in Eun tivlly is that there is considerable i grallon from still unraided diaGond-Bve, Josephine UTCUJ like Hontmartre Into the which have already been Josephine Baker ts plann WHEN u boy goes to find his .-ided—on the Ihcory that Kkeja •.',,.ghoii UaO StagM the name of his schoollnie now safe for some lime to l Muniry hotel B ounls a lot. say, London tr.it liinr her husband I [o BOtlUAnd if he has to admit Why ,.,t Mlaa Another astpianatkio i& that ttk aegtjgBsasjdail daratri I., tin Flflirh poUOO '' oari foUls Thvj Said "Steaks" Hah workers from 1 "ikCoini.thave already leit IVanee. lutrapton awurde-i nrts sti <|iievlMin bv i in.nk King Farouk has bean taking %  keep interest in the mysterv of i ( %  ises were Maclean and Bun.es*. Ihe missiru; 'ini '• B*aorHForeign Offlee oCAciall The KJn| h.,.i,]-.icne Thei knew ilclean well when he a it r'-r /fesenvd i i ~ May fair Tips A Christmas Winner By JON BOM E WHAT an the .luluir.n I, BhlODS In Marfkll — when ,t v to book*? r/oii Street bo"ksho|> direcyoe BucbaaBA, sayj emphasis In hctlon Is on Monsarrat's. The CriMl > • 1 Graham Greene's End of the Affair. And mui-IWUon" Easy favourite laltc. Churchill, u iSngbsh by Chrlsiopfaei sr-up: Hun. CountT) House.. I cosl-s JJa .M.....Ir. y\„r ..ml S for panwphofw enUiualasts. Tin* Krciiiil Ciuule. What does Mi. Buchanan tip for Chriabnas seJasf sir PredericK i ,.| I:,:-' iiriKii*. dug) November. A thriller bj hfJchae] Irn i ill' l';n. Pfnlng from Qollancg. '.. publisher| to superlativeg, Says ha put it down Innas ini ome the new ffirrhaa A I Bridge, by Hammond Innes, eomUl| from Cullilii, makes them SBJ "Britain's leuding adventure stoi \ arrttar.^ Innes. it seem*, must IK* good tot yen. I I v en %  rut ttMBBaai | — M*5sT, of Bl Af A B-TOV'-N I in ... 1.1 as gf_/T_/ m DaMNSO kOSS NAOMI DI L '*'" DOM i Bt '• sot n ro i\ i v. uta %  a i a WOMAN ON PIER 13" & "FIGHT FILM" G*. COOPE* I** ROMAN DALLAS" i. "' %  %  %  % %  -Mi vi %  %  ; -FOLLOW THE SUN • M-M hv; \\\ DM M> \\ g III! RSDA1 1.45 A 111 M %  M i'" i inUODIAK LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT James CRAIG READY OLYMPIC TO-I>\ A iminii'! .; S.3U a HIS DOUBLE %  DE CARLO HOD CAMERON 'THE LADY OBJECTS' and MIKEl. CONRAD In ARCTIC MAN HUNT' IT \/,.\ Dial i-iu %  Mh %  .. T*-U, MiiMi f Tt'lO'lN U \ II IV THf. GAltlltN — ST. JAMES vNi.is rA It.I | II %  Alt 1.1 'AY OUT 4 30 und .; MIOEi MAS "ODD MAN OUT" und BLACK CAT" ALLAN LADD ft**' ft** IHIYAI. lASf I SHOWS TII-IM1 4.30 ii B.n .1I1.UK Doublr 0INI .'.I'TRY KINO OF THE COWBOYS In "INDIAN TERRITORY WARNER BAXTER In "STATE PENITENTIARY EXCITEMENT IIINS HIGH HI DM Mm \ rin rsim CM sis TED DONALDSON in "RUSTY SAVES A LIFE LAST OF THE RED MEN" CROSSWORD 1 r 1 ^^ %  r %  J T 1 .S % %  •. AOI ATIC Cl.liSt IIXEHA (Memb... Only) IO-NM-III l<> DM HDA1 Ml. 111. .tl S....I MAI1M:I. TO-MORROH ..I '.p.m. THE GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST in Ti Bank '-ini Co-starring .... Yvonne DcCAHLO — i N r, Jolll. A unit Picture II O V V t.i.om: '.::*,'*'.•,',*,:',*,;; LAST %  BBOWI TO-DA1 4.45 a K 15 KANSAS RAIDEHS ^ TO-UAY SI I %  IM I...I nhawlni Jrc *( Frank JAM! in %  TIM. CillKAT MISSIHH1 KTtl)" ril-MORKIIH And TIII'IIKUAY 4.45 A 11.15 H.M. • CUmUMOB 1.....1.H SCOTT ill -l-AII) IN Hl.l. and "MB. B8CKXBSS' William EYTHl: 11. 'a Flit I r %  ;,,..'.VVVV^^*-*.'-'A****'.'.^'.'-''''^'.''V'.'.'*'.*.^'.'^'--VO','.*.'.'.-.^'. <£&&&M %  lOd lltir J While i vhat taa l-.t i ' •filing ii'i. %  -ir: 0 ol [um ol ih nUii.l d*,k _H ch* gas. aatil qaac i lit|f JIOJO o*nanc* in i:* u 0 f siraon i ,. (St 9SMsa DUU.L (til U. lioate lndWBtor. j 13Brpwntali louagiiar Uttir tq crtoga. {> ^^ If. tard I Hnil uusgtot. (5 9. rbs ens with a pu;i auralf. t3) H. Cbatise later. |3T IK. raKm from a folder. (|| IB, Ran io for*ar. i) a. aend iha bishop* Hat. tS) %  M Oftprliig. (41 %  JiLeaat ertaalaal act' (S) Ooao | aunp.> mocsar.. (8) %  KniniA rial* at mi vnt Olul (Si IIMITA Mill SS \ISfll L0WBB BBOAD STKEET W'\a&-M*P KB/ 1 Marnnin ** \1CBWBH-M* &\. 1SICSIBm mm DRESSES CIHLDRINS p.WTIK—i" all M/I Braeh \flernion (..-ki.il Beealaa Raj T try U.U .ga. i pioae p.i_—-—• *l*t*r n tl, c i.r. ,H. Thau aroaasrd wsteh It I iS) "g^l'V? |I Ran,rda.t %  :,....• *. ,.. |l^afBWr%aM^ STl'AKT 4 BAHFSON'S Bptelal & Mount (i.i> Kum ll lias its r.mioMs and llioiinclii,. Flavour W*y/w/Aw//.v.v////.v.v^vA-/AMVA'/iW.'//ii o miiM.siiw ,v mi nsnw 4.3> 4) (.11 ni"D ABROT — I.OItOsTF.LLO •I Bl T H I X A \ 1 THE ANDREW SISTERS and % %  MISSISSIPPI 4.A.MHI.K" ,-,•,*.*.'•-'''-.'.'.'.'.•'''*'*. %  II ill nur 1 Mslumi-rs /*/<• i ill InCLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING i. it. i:\ws A wiiai i II:IJIS DIAl. 4606 IOUR SH0C STORES STUARl & SAMPSON | (1938) LTD. Hradguarlrrs for H>-t Kii". *> DIAL 4220 J V^^w^vs.wv/A^VAowtfr and llarihvuri— Tuesday. WejebMsedkej Tluirsdav. 2nd—111) .11.1 October IMnnliitiou SU|MII.S — Tuosdin and Weilm 2nd and :!rd 0 ct a>b4? r I ,1.1.1. %  Oil Sales —Tiii**dov. 2nd Odober— HUH I (Uolix.rirfrinn 12—1 p in.) ill he o|ien lo biisinrss ;i~ usual. TIIK n vim vnos niiii'iimiM I'MTTOX lAITOHl i.rn. ••iiiMv.v o.vi.y rui: HKST WIII im" •PETER PAN" si 14 II OATS COOKED IN THREE TO FIVE MINUTES i mi in;i \ LOVB PETER PAN" PORRIDGE— GMO* N IPS TOO I THE BEST THAT MUMMY CAN BUY! ONLY 47t. TIN of 20 ozs. Net ASK YOUR GROCER OR %  loin iii i MOM i 11. Tgimie .--*.--•-% %  '.*.',-.-.



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ii i si> u -i I'll Mm i: is. I.-.I NUUIAl"^ kDVO MI ,\(.i Adenauer Faces Difficult Problems Over W. German /vow THE MJGHT\ LITTLE SNARLER Ul Re-armamenl Mv H)SKiH \\ GBKK3 .-nfldently a .vnt. B> OH(M HI "ill Dl'ND%9 mm a *caW model of the Ys Bui i.:abeth. 2H. 6in. long k 12.000 matches and ths to make. I %  I til* off wA high BM ti %  position la Inil BOVOI %  'i on t"'' %  %  %  with it TI %  1!' Uu made a m Tower Bridge. It li 7ft. Bin. UWk 19.000 in ii %  the driver 1 seat of his I in| Tot f I I I Subs' Mugiv Eye See* 200 Mile* Trim CHAPMAN PIMIICR CHU I %  tueb eon dated i i %  -.* of submerged anem) submarines at distance* far greatI Both A %  %  11 equality I %  %  Hi. |i be m : %  DOI uven three US. Iht Gill:. I pod With 111ifvice and prorating as a learn weru m to no on the / ..%  %  lowed rboro I %  M wu pjn pointed i>y other The latest uTogantly 1 %  %  toad %  l eUU t'l Agrit-ul%  ln Daootti eking i iaM t,, date the i (oani ainoua* . >va experienced dinvuity win tin* effort. end tatchoa ..i bream end %  "•Pf* %  > ol uu td% UJ 'u Committee held Steeple jacks Challenge Americans <,.//. Cyrus IHfs M 57 i %  fused a I %  Mil .i I %  I ument picked up evidence — %  Ml • i Arm, i" I aorks on a diflerent are baton than ,. .. A ,. Ma ill be tUtrd '" I by using ingenuity and Nf YorkPrlca i'"i High . rtp%  .nnes %  K„ UM Hew i id i„ aircraft. %  . i, higher • an real v / %  %  ,< %  never be ' But deapib ... %  T. >,,aovarnmant, ,.f winning hli %  i %  %  I will %  %  %  %  %  ssBU" Klvini; To New York 1 ..ii %  %  1 < 1 ll A I lip I man In 1 Mle fuseii -••tt,t m* ipmkmfo Hmlpa r>> CIBWUM il < wyatmm from biood iin/mrilivs Isaperltlea ii>ih*oloed %  mtyc.iucrhiuraallc oche and palm. -(Iff and p.unlul M*<*t bnil pimple* :inJ oasBUsea *kln dlord*r*. .iure hrl^* to purif> tbc hiood. alaaaaM the •y -'" *d ••!•'• In n'i"ti.u food health. Wm. FOGARTY (B'dos Ltd.) H\IH.\I\S IMM'H $1.00 FOR IIUIVOM. IAf/htvn fitunttu*lii*'l 9mm Jump tihfuil in mwmmmwr rulut—hvUvr /trin-s. LADIES' PANTIE8-per Pair 80c. & 86c. CHILDREN 3 COTTON PANTIES 2 Pairs for a 0C. PLASTIC PANTIES (BABIES) 2 Pairs for CLEAR Use •McntholjUiirr Balm to keep yoor Skin cool and free from H Spots and SorenaM I %  iium'daOy. It i" I v> *impk' 10 UOB >'u )UNI Ki iimiN MeodwaMum' makes your ikta ion end smooth and kaapi tl .!>'-•' Mcnthoialurn' good for ALL SVm trouble*. Quick— gel a jar or tin to-day %  72c. COOOIE WlTlll > I/. A'tm' *•'sayi i-%  1 ip li*vn <" %  mo.lbcr. I ahra; i>l*inl on its gentkr %  Md,'bJ!M>..WII!l ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM Vou< %  %  .lid vAi. I %  i 1 %  . %  LUX TOILET SOAP t/idt Only I) Tht MtnOiolttum Co. Lll I fit. 111)1 Unili, tnglind THE FRAGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILM STA.S i .'t *tl HIH CHILDREN'S. COTTON VESTS 2 for u 0c. CHILDREN'S HANDBAGSeach RA-C COSMETIC BAOS 2 for 96c. LADIES' ART SILK STOCKINGS 2Pairjfor 96c. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE SOCKS 2 Pairs for LADIES' RAYON STOCKINGS 2 Pairs for 72c. 96c. BOYS' STRIPED COTTON POLO SHIRTS 2 for 9oC. MEN'S STRIPED COTTON POLO SHIRTS2 for MEN'S SOCKS 2 Pairs for MEN'S LEATHER BELTS—each Jf v jl to i elieve 'PERIODIC Also IMRMI distr*** s*ral %  ... iu % •'< i rampa, In i^ i. rt.. .. nk (.1 >ufl*. I n,ii .... i II.II IMXMH, ., ^ BOi / I.V...I-1. meat bsaarfta LVOIA E. PINKHSM'S Ve E etable Compound British MORRIS MINOR beats its own value-record Four doors and other features make il best small car of to-day i %  %  %  %  i 1 1UM IUGGMI FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2383 Solr Ditlribulon Phone 4504 TYRES itY DUNLOP GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS fO-DAY FO >n/.\f; BsUSS i\ SIIHK. .. C s .. .. TttUCKS 16& 400 Ill700 x 2t 50 a II 34 x 7 — TM 400 4£b > 15 MS X IS . TRACTOR iie % li HUH 1. -. V IX i, ,.i i 15 IM i 415 u nai sue m %  . X II nee x sa 575 X 10 ..MOTOR CYCLE sea If IM % II %  750 x l 300 X 29 450 17 3M x 21 i: .. BICYCLE i 'in 17 1 'i \ 11 i IM 4011 II 1 i I.in lit V 1 450 X ?l ECKSTEIN Bros. Bay Street — Dittributor. — Dial 4269





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PACK rOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. SI I'll Mini: / %  I-\I lURBA0OSM_Al)VD(^Tt i kr *• **•••!• *•. Lie. ••* Tusd..>. Svplt mini A',. l.l.">l MMIII EXAMPLE THK %  • h.> Bay butt Tenantry by the Governmem ahouM be regarded by 1 puhhc ;is more than on atlampl %  lava off erftidan if \ an exsi tenantry ownari should he mackto toDo* It is troll that Uiii precedenl by lha Government to build pro] ""' tenantry u %  %  a time whan the pubU< torward to the duty "I electon not merai] to itreai Ibe need of roads In the 1 % %  '" donand from tho i as repn ,nI legislation doi l gn a d to Gompal tanai owners to build roads according Gov< intent Engineer In ehvga ii'i' Hi| hwayi I>v>artment and to be approved by him. The p r ese n t i ttfnj tocuate ittentloi u> il"' highly tweet iefsfftoH of the r(MiU It is no use the Oovarnmant building roads and puttinj; ti-nanlries m older without exacting the same standards from private tenantry 0W1 The inevitable raault <'i nieh action will be that houseowncrs will be clamouring to remove their houses to Government entries, and charges ol discrimination will be made by those who are not %  alsctsd. The desired result will only bo achieved by means nf legislation. The PubUc Health Act ihould now OS amended so that the General Board oi Health whose duly it is now lo grant permission foe the division and uls ol land. could refuse neb permission until the roads have been Engtl eer of the Government who .should provide tfci i cations for building these roads. r will cau [ncrssse In tho price of land in the first place this is hardly likely u till in Barbados being sold at a figure which to have escaped the notice of tine public. Tenant iv Lands in UuS island have been sold at £10,000 per Mrs or '.• pei square foot It could hardly be expected to have a much higher price except when the Government are buying parking stations In tin I lit] insurer to tins alarm at the Increase in price is proper control by means of valuers. This would also prevent specu lators purchasing land at high prices and then thrusting it on land-hungry people. It has happened already that people in this island during the IM4 \& wsi pun' land and only .simv the emigration to the United States in 1944 have they or their children been able to pay the renuundei of the purchase money. This should not be allowed to happen again. In any case whatever is paid for the land the Government should see to it that proper roads are included in the strvioi which residents are supposed to get for their money. It will save the IIHIISCeeMl j expenditure when it eventually becomes necessary for the Government to take OVSI the roads. Fianco'i Pi nonet-On-Holiday Tells His Story Wine for lli< Miliioilltirt'. IKIiic-k Iftrt'jifll for biv It* llrr%n I IIMMML • •I Si I i .iili.iin MBftVVN I.I m W.r'. Spantth wum I idj l.vrng on the floor. X WI KKIT II %  IIK • 'hufflwl i i %  Una, -' I i.i.t UtUCI. of I I irtrd In srt A WHS. but there m no water, and no H, MIK\\S IllllUllh If) in... i, i iih hop dvantui uiird class £18. %  i with 31 da] • ivtni iu. lo I %  ouHmit IT WA %  nkhnght when an i iro ii.in oi i had bet: drinking, Beetles en fTelb %  bUildlDI which looknl lik. . | ,., kll ,,| A. block of Bate In the U iiv eSUS of a before tiniijjht was n I pound of Mac* I saw a nniiy nuni— on UH I floor and two pairs of old (% %  | Sjrilt roll in a heap of iai. w. Mood %  %  Kentton for %  %  %  %  %  ffiatsrg %  up, nippai UM inn* a When the door was locked i vtrnck a Dutch aiwl saw black I crawllDi up UM walla and flow on the slonc I I dltt-uvrred thai our cell In whiter W*M Ihe home ol the local do*-catcher, a tramp who |i.i• %  • rent for II. In the summer he Ant comfortable to sleep OB (be beach. NKXT monun taken Ii. tho poU beard two wiini-s insulted Fran.. We all denied this. the afternoon, t i hii< .. %  i sin I M %  % %  m : II i %  %  i i eleaee U %  i Mowing daj it eaim II %  um lunch ol "p. • con%  MdMI on -.vioch WM %  roasting fowl or I or Theft kany OUMI luxuB RUlllon; %  Who were m back m iaIL A prouit %  f ,,l ""' n broughl pan %  "" %  tht corrldorT I diank -IIH* with were less nume.ous. .,, usually i %  ind then %  brought us i ; l £L w tt li '' n,l> %  :'"' "?£?• WMIf Wf mii.Hliert dr> %  (l | in. ill iii'l.ini frull "eri^'" ••" :;:;, lrd p,L,r *• or,, "• Tho tallowing tvenins %  ,., „r stasU, era packed into %  n ul % % % % % %  ,. ie t. he ith six otbei HMD Wd ,ould hear the chink].nt Ouardi renv rad i %  md BnH %  %  d cu| %  food cigars, uito a large cell wheie 30 pusQ TWHK a week the prison barber vhrited cell. H has nave, one pestt Barefoot Many of the i rags. Only OBM %  MI oratad wttfe %  i • -foui lunatics SB .ik-iMK'ket. *a; personal servant to the million%  %  After 20 days I allowed t. walk round BM •and-coverai ird with H' OUV I found that one was servm> W years for murdei. UOtlMI I) years for armed hold-ups. No Doctor I dix'lor in tin nhough on one occasion on compulsory church p man iiillapsed with I heinoi rhag • He Mao put bark In Ihe cell nil I mi' him 4 (ii.'i i ml bread, lie *s nut vhllrd b> %  in in 4Mthorit>. I the j.ni wars in -eulated. 1 di< >iot knovi why, and the convict who gave tinkteculatlons (ai s.iine needle) did noi %  ihgj During tha au we tometlme played games like blunt a buff. I tried lo tench then noughts and croses. but man\ of them could net write. I was allowed two bookl week, but Ihe oi U OBI ilnd In English Journal. • u .i week I was given 2? pestas of my <>• %  %  %  nd chocolate. i Bali be %  %  %  i wltn in of my holiday Bkonay. I shall be on holiday again next rear. But in EupSnd — I.I.S 31 r. Ail a ui % 'Iocs I 11 v I i %  u— ... i ndistialian froai consigned to afj J .. i.i odai d and untd tin' M.-UI I %  %  who bad tone on strike, %  %  %  n nlaw thai the time bad come when the tuil was wagging the do ii in the con'; %  OSM u£ ul call Dtoderauon in*. i. ca ms i fu b reall i %  .1,. ,'i iright .md ti union could not be brought in %  formal %  •nca to the public. I wu .i d that Mr %  %  i i Lague, %  %  in nlflit ..f the %  , %  .. %  %  matter it arbltratl hic.'i |'i i. il Iledman ( % %  i now ith psvi published notti ., %  i. HerrIHM the Tlie f.n-t,,i. not "' %  ik i I'd a w,ilk-oul %  to ilough. II LI •poll and l %  %  %  case] %  Ento bread when the itrikht DM to the jobs which they stituti*il Bttaad. <>n i nra .( moral ; 11 v to those man who and saved hlfl flour, Mr G fused lo dlaraun the nee %  Bl ithy with the no U :i rordei '•• show nelf newl) sc% %  .-..., i tslgned I loddard and %  i; rttly The Bxeeutive of the lly Saggitturius . Union soppi.itI %  " %  Tlie III.IIT.I went to with Mr. Adams as on. I | : tt. ittCT W • %  greed to ra %  i II Uio right to %  the nan %  mployed, i : y r a parl %  i t having .... %  ret nn theii I lp un the i i ^ct them oul ere Irua, Goddard bad ground of %  ,i ii iv .still beyond mj did not i i ... n Uec Pnen II would have been thai the Trade Union members of thai body could not '!' %  -. had dared to do so, It would have !'-* ould have bean %  ef> ng a set : mad prlnprat one rron being iuuge and pact) in itu> own %  bUM Hut thi .'I.IS given conteal to the R navi eXj rat sail In Uv i a %  he powei of tin li ; .in dictate to iben oflkssals, they bare deliberately M %  A i ,tt as Sec%  iish. ii an) otaun ie privilege would be nbw lo dlaUni light to lUCh l i vlhuc from a usurpation '>f power it a of Mr. Waicoii then might be some .iik ol iion of the Issui %  um %  i The %  %  t* 1 deer ti i tellcctual attalnmenl f > pul I %  Plato In thl i :m a oiffi %  %  i %  %  always b i exception to th> B vhera In tha daa| >. f his mind inmust nigIstar sUenl proti dltton "f thingwhich n i pear less discerning than in really is. tnd • I leh must \ i i au %  ntal dk4urbanei lo ton the Una ;. he K-<\' %  %  thi Ifeetli i %  %  to Indicate tinmental anguish which i whan ihOppo ...... US mty *>f hii piei'tloB i %  leader of the Ho.i"i RJ %  rii.i. I.TUO a pnrt.v in hon.ur of tha • %  M P Mi Len mm *pree. II %  not dSQy toes Hit ithe waterfront worker has lold down as the reward hi his support, but he condeprodi i the incongru* out spectacle f a Barbados scholar nurtu al .! %  waterfront exech intended for vi i nbly. The liiiiisli dm mil Answers Iiv I B. TIMOTHY LONDON. \M.. HUari Council operate In %  | M Council's Report lor vest) leg those aspects of British eivih.s.ilion, toowlsdge of whit! :i;v truiismitiexl through the adminisUTSUVS link, and to aid. by the sharing nt Britain il social and adminisun.< %  thst progresa powardf iriflin is pledged to maintain The Report emphasises that the methods knowledge varies ry to another. In Kast Mauniius and FIJI, lor example, the racial rstettone while in West it is education Uuougn disc, groups anl"Hl by librsrj ssrvkae. In the West Indies, the emphasis is on 'adult education. lOCiSJ welfare and local adnurostratioir. also on growing local intersst m the arts, In Hong Kong, Malaya and Singapore, the suitable channels are "civics ind sociological subjects What does the Council do for Colonia students in Britain ? In the opinion of the Council, "the time has noi yet come when Colonial students an quickly And their feet in Britain." The Report adrnita that despite the efforts of i/oluntai only the fringes of Ihe problem of Colonial students wvlt.u The war years and th ed difncultlei ol Ihe student, it Ii complicatsd the problem of pmriding adequaUly (or the welfare of Colon%  ] stud* Durii ind review, the British Council met 1.900 Colonial students, pal illy on arrival m Britain; half of those were )rovided with accommodation and nearly ill of the Rtudenta were asatstsd In their In troduction to the English way of life or, as] port puts it "to do m Rome ai the R do." Despite extsnl of the Council's work revealed in the annual report. Colonial students in this country continues to be critics! of the Council's welfare work. Something of an answer to these criticism! la found In the Report's conclusion that what reallj matters is "what the British public can be etunulated to do for Colonial students, rather than what the Council itself does." < i I I I. I \ S' DESK and I'lK Kl I IIIAIIIIS I5I.V2 ; m Anllabta -i — 1IMIM All STATIONERY NO IICE Our IIMIIIK :.nBI I Our ClI^liMllrrs .ire .vsk.il I., ,,i > .n .. %  I Ii. n ibopftag nciurdiii^K WILKINSON & HAVMS (().. LTD. Sin MM, lo C. S. PITCHER &. CO. i\ or MI L OUK BUTKICAL DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING On Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th Frida/ 28th SATURDAY 29th. • An echo of the recent Hans Crescent troubles is found in the Report's am phas i i on the fact ih;it "the purpose of the residence in Hans Crescent is not only that it should !• a home tot .* imal] number of students during their first >rr m London, but that it ta centre for the Colonial student population of London." The financial section of the Report %  ttention to the reduction of financial provision for -student welfare work by ill00.000. mi the completion of capital expenditure on ;he residences. Commentir. %  at Hani paid to the discussion led by Six Hugh Foot (now Governor ol Jamaica) on the D* Constitution of Nigeria. The discussion set .* .standard which it wiK .K' hard to maintain," .says the Report. Wivs From ll ri sain LONDON Fr;i f tl %  Peace Treaty has had a mixed reeptton bare. Minions I.I P i|"'i o ,.u i .-.. pui ill | i hnt tO : inlsBd ir the I %  implOB if tree speech it Brhlen .i small group of dJ ware o lii %  dOWB The Bovial Union ind lu two Mends l! list (' %  •! f• MtUl fe*-l they could safi t which Tl.i %  i Iho mnnocuvi%  W BXK inutrs. Amoiitt diplomats th i %  ilrea %  their i Ii hli mggcetl i %  %  • %  round of eVptanai %  %  in tuna n ; Ins in Washington of the "Big 1 s Britain RI i next be ttleatu Pad In then are . John Poatar Dulles for dral I IKRP%  ;rmanv %  %  • %  wUX a n..|n|v be %  %  %  %  %  %  %  m th> lie dei %  %  %  i :hai tha only proof urg) to reinn UermaH ronUngenti in tl I unh ?lr Will I-' .ii %  with its %  n Confei h will folio* u ingtnn meetlns Bui ihl i.iin that Tin Li travel to : i %  %  %  m the treaty itself v ti i. rase %  Kii-nch %  %  with Hinish ..I i Canada tnTeram thaBrtl At a Conference Table ine threi powers would join rorcei to press (heir point.-, each N> hel i Dwa woui i lid on nis-.y But 1 1 meam of %  %  ling Ambaaaadcr the sponsoring .:i vnrii joint actions bj small itroupi. Now In the oi the Japanese Treat>. Ihe t I State* waa plainly the ec With the grcntcst I for her power thouiih ;it th ( Poet •ef mmon%  lie or to I ... %  •trrent A First Novel — By A l/an Who May lit' POM By JOHN REDFERN THK Foundling {Bulehinaom, !'*. OJ.i is %  tiwn I by Cudiral Frtnds Spcllmui, at] New York, who many Americans belicvo miKht well be Ihe next Pope. Cardinal Spellman offers a draught like :c>l.\'ery tea -warm and comforting. A one aimed .solilier from the Kaiser's war ;', %  baby In ; %  corner of the Chnstma.. Crib In St I'.ili ick'H Roman Catholic Cathed%  W Voik. "And while the snow was falling, a city dreamed. %  cabby smiled, and a baby ilepl In the Itrong cradle of a soldier's i %  • ..i n In this eoay eardinejitlal prose one lcarr.s lhat the soldier cannot adopt the baby beteuee hi i PrateMont and the foundling ted Human Catholic. But evcryon,wants to help Soldier and foundling keep close together One follows with mild Interest the pr ogw e a ol the foundling through %  farm institution mane*. Then i Ihe new war, and he is blinded. And the ll reachea for the sugar bowl. 'What', wrong with my eyes major?" :lh the eyes a man has given for ihe defence of his courtlow." • tolerant, and • is obviously concerned With real people real problems. 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US Economists
FIFTH AIR FORCE H.qQ., | By A. J. OLSEN | . =
Glendon Gibbs Gets 105
more than 2,000 Communist trucks ernment economists are studying}
stroyed or damagec early ) said ce rersations between ex- a -
official said it would be two or three days Serre) Suck mag a "the State i and| SOONERS eer et oe
by pre-dawn flig inte . “ECA” |
oitarlinstapite ena inde ot cates | hander Glendon Gibbs and right-hander

Britain Will Get |
Night Raiders Study WaysTo BG. Reply With 178
LONDON, Sept. 24 | Korea, Sept. 24, WASHINGTON, Sept. 24
of a drug to relieve the pain from a major | on roads leading to the west cen- ways to stimulate foreign invest-| By 0. S. COPPIN
of the truck traffic perts of the State Department and)
any real hope could begin. B26 light bombers in the vicinity oustenaraGith. tha vib t attenies

DOCTORS REMO VE A — TITO | BARBADOS Hi 7 3907 :
Council Of State Bomb Tr ucks | Help Ger many Without Loss
KING GEORGE dozed to-day under the influence) N'#)t intruder bombers caugh | Officials said United ‘States Gov- |
operation on his lung and a sad and worried court. ‘*! fe"! Sunday night and o- | cee eee eens one
3 Economie Cooperation Adminis coher or GUIANA'S opening batsmen, 1

The King’s doctors issugd three cautious| cf Singye on the west central
bulletins since the operation wherein all or part of | fom". Pilots claimed 875. truck:

Ss up or burned and 426 dar

one lung was removed and at least one rib taken | aged of 2,300 spotted. The Fifth

ating some obstacles to the flow of! Wight completely broke the back of the Bar
investment into the Federal

Republic. | bowling attack to-day when opening B.G.’s first*irte
Concern over Germany's capi-| pings at 1.52 p.m. They put on 178 by close of play.O ©

tal shortage is understood to have}





tion causes. At Buckingham now converted into aj »re#k” hill, northeast of Yanggu,

temporary hospital with every device of modern) beat uit reposted UN attache
medical science, the keynote was great anxiety. ies ied ie

A court official who visited the Palace to-day) tiey used icneunely heavy
said: “I will be a very unhappy man for the next ern ne on a )

three days. It will be that long before doctors can) {{ir-) ij pciicd une
begin to have any real hope or basis for concluding} United Nations advances if any,

were slow, and both sides were

Qualified sources said the At-| carrying his Saturday individual total of 95 to a top

lantic Council meeting in Ottawa
served to emphasize the economic | score of 134.

difficulties of the Western Alliance} With Eric Atkinson (47) he p
and by implication pointed up wag
Germany’s fiscal problems, They
said the Federal Republic appears
to have a_ sufficient ae



out to give surgeons access to the diseased lung. pitches railroad interdiction pro- ] (
ramme apparently halted most of i nnraians a(blal-nivcias bare | . - bs
But the have been unable yet to state mg. rane rail traffic Pai ‘thbee taal _ 18 Melal | ircl 5 he tig without loss in reply to Barbados’ first innings of ©
th . ful d likel b 1 iy i y of U : expected participa 397
e operation was successful and are unlikely to be} comotives were spotted during ion in the Western Defence| Re ,
he night effor*, The U.S. is counting on he excepticn of Norman Marshall, all
able to do so before the end of the week. Heavy Red reinforcements fou Beirckh seh a - eanuiden ant With the P ss : ‘ 7
i porte tilding uy f importe ete ene nttenn| Barbados bowlers looked innocuous on the perfect
Their first concern was that the Monarch would) fePorted building up west o mportant share of Wester
ecover from the terrific shock such a major opera | Kumhwa in the ota eto aaee Europe's mobilization burden Bourda wicket. Barbados carried the over-week
€ : : Break” hill, northe : Canee Difficulties score of 309 for five wic!:ets to 397, Norman Marshal}

on 111 for the sixth wicket, con
pleting the third century partne
ship of the innings

Marshall 100

"ms mortar and
g that from





capacity to handle any defence
production programme likely to be
proposed Although Western




: ” ’ Bourda wicket was perfect ar
that their work may be successful. = paying in casualties. Any Allied j|Germany’s foreign trade is run-{unmarked when Marshall, 95 1
Prime Minister Attlee, Conser- rushing her destiny to an earmier|tank which poked its nose beyond ning at the rate of well overlout, and Atkinson 16 not out
vative {leader Winston Churchill fulfilment Allied lines ran almost immedi- : 3 5 $6,000,000,000, sources of Govern-|sumed Barbados’ first innings tt
and Liberal leader Clement Davie ately i lez > fle he Rat esey r ment’s hard money reserves total|/stood at 309 for 5, Only thre
y into deadly flat trajectory) yaRgHat TYTO, the Dictator of Yugoslavia, recently ra visit less than $50,000,000 08, & OF 9s. Only 3h

today sent a joint message of Even if the King recovered | overs were bowled before Marshal
sympathy to the Queen. The mes-
sage read: ‘“‘Madam, at this time of

anxiety we wish with our hur

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| cil of State to help him reign! the red vaid Ith oh kls ; i winter food shortage his individual century in 140
duty to assure Your Majesty i for the while is almost a cer-) oy iit or ; ima are PL i ely B: ance P orces E.C.A. aid to Germany which}/minutes, This included 13 four
our thoughts are with you and th ; tainty. And in high quarters the pt—on Kimpo Airfield out- will amount to somewhat less the “n It was a well deserved centu

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fire.
Proof of Communist’s aggressive
intent by all means was shown in

from his lung operation he faces
life as a semi-invalid, A Coun-

to his native village, Mumroveg in Croatia.--EXPRESS. A large fraction of this sum ha
been set aside as guarAntee against|consummate confidence reaches

who recommenced the innings wit







Princesses. word regency is even being side Seoul, peacetime South Ko- $175,000,000 during the current/with chancel and purposef

It is our earnest prayer that Hi mentioned for the first time. Yada capital e fiscal year will at best inadequate- | batting
Majesty the King may soon ! \s Queen or as head of Council { ‘Three obsolete P.O, planes hh _ an reven ly cushion the economic shocks of t

Gaskin, had now abandoncd tt
-onversion to defence production theory and bowled to an orthe





fully restored to health. : ff State or as Princess Regent, dropped two bombs—one a dud-
Your Majesty's humble obedient Elizabety would be assuming a|°V® the airport early Sunday. an r+ according to these sources, There-|dox field from the Northern En
servants, : role in which there is little time One plane was shot down by a fore U.S. officials are seeking|but first Patoir and then Seafort!
C. R, Attlee, Winston Churchill, | for being mother. Little Prince; Marine night fighter. The third or ar means other than direct economic|came in for punishment from tt

Southern End

Clement Davies.” Charles who will be three in No-| aircraft of similar type to be shot aid to help Germany build up her ;
Atkinson was inclined to fla '

The Queen sent this reply to] yember and one-year-old Princess] down in the past three months hard currency reserves



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Attlee. “My daughters and I are} Anne have no idea of the drama A Navy announcement said the —De CGasperi —U.P. |the bat and twice Gaskin four ih
so grateful to you, Mr. Churchill | being played out in the improvised | U.S. destroyer Perkins was struck the edge, but the ball bounce ”
and to Mr. Davies for the kind}hospital at Buckingham Palace} twice by Communist shore bate WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, , through the slips safely G. GIBBS

args aoe a jan ecttinale en ae ee oe en ee Mee Italian Premier Alcide je Gasperi, told Congress to-- Sup ply Iks
i your praye t arles is said > have inquired “
storation to health. We are deeply | shout “yrandpa’s” long absence} qt eri the ie cote nae day: “It is now clear’ that a third world ‘war will come a Ss

touched by your thought of us atiti¢ princess Anne is only just] nities unless the Free World achieves forces powerful enough

this moment of anxiety. Eakaitecd oo oe : and no serious cs | a . B . U.
ELIZABETH R,” | /¢arning to speak. Dettrover - Grate fired = to balance the force of Communism. Phare egin oft.

teries during the 16-day bombard-

Steady scoring by both batsmen at . . at sie .
ment in support of ground troops. mistake, Magshall had been at the

in spite of changes in the bowling wicket for 198 minute

saw Barbados scoring, to get right! J) @ chanceless innings of 134

in front of the clock, 350 in 327 ihe scored freely all around the
pees 9 ;

minutes with Marshall 121 and) \icket, the strokes from h bat

Atkinson now batting steadily in | making sweet music

the thirties |! hh enaiin n 379/6/18
He got into the forties with ap The seore then 379/6/134

Prime Minister Clement Attlee | rounds from five-inch ana 40m, bs He said war “must” be averted if possible. But if it
told Canadian Prime Minister nee

Regency Louis St. Laurent by transatlantic |2U"s and claimed 700 known

comes, he said, Italy will be in the solid front for freedom. LONDON, Sept. 24
ommunist casualties.—U.P. : ,

. de ; telephone on Monday that the lat- De Gasperi frankly asked for While bulletins from Bucking
Princess Elizabeth telephoned’ ot ‘news on the King’s condition

the nursery at Balmoral today to} wo. «yer i ng”, St. Lau-

brilliant cover irive the be “Disaster”
stroke of his innings and one of| ee aL i ti
tha aat of the match. co fo Now disaster befell Barbado

99 B l orders i the revision of the | eritj i .
“B t orde anc 1€ 510 ) @ jecritical condition, Commonwealth
UuZZ u € iT unfair” Italian treaty so that his | Ministers met here for the first ct rene co 1 Atkir two more wickets falling without
1ASE almos Lac / won

country’s contribution could be | time in history on Monday to make : an addition to the score, Atkinson
To Pa Costs greater ; plans for linking production ot | Sm ped at i, He beat him sf attempted to late cut a good length
y Should they be faced with ag- braw materials throughout the Bri-|% S!@"P ef break herween “| ball on the wicket snicking it into

more U.S aid such as defence |ham Palace told of King George's



vas “very encouragi
ask about her two children know~- rant said he talked by tele mee
ry tT not ae nae re with the British Prime Minister } £10 000, 000 W ill Be
a real mother—as mothers ali OVE | shortly before 6 p.m. and said he
2 world iderstand the term— |, oe Sr ae .
oo Saas ee end At 25 Prin- Non to De iin conmunietion eth Avi ailable F or e ca
cess Elizabeth had looked forward | 400 oo a eed: : .
to many years as a devoted wife day or early Tuesday %, Hurricane Relief
and mother before she was called e he announcement froma the i ie
upon to mount the Throne of Brit- | Prime Minister Ss offic e said that KINGSTON, J’ca., Sept. 21.
ain as Queen. But the nature andj Attlee had assured nt sees Jamaica with £4,600,000, a froc
gravity of King George's illness is that the most recent news about} gift and interest free loan from
te ™ he health of the King was very} England; around £500,000 from
encouraging.” — , : voluntary subscriptions including
St. Laurent’s office said “In} £250,000 from the British Govern-
. » the meantime arrangements for] ment; about £2,250,000 from in-
ADVOCATE J CA the visit of Her Royal Highness | surance compani another £500,
Princess Elizabeth to Canada are] 000 from the Hurricane Insurance
RELIEF FUND being proceeded with. Should any | Fund, another £500,000 in pledges
| change in these arrangements be] from Gbvernment for emergency
THE fund again moved found desirable an announcement | purposes; and still another million
forward yesterday but only vill be made immediately from utility companies, the Jama-
3 —U.P. ica Public Services Company, the
Light and Power Monopoly, and



gression which all attempts at con-}tish Empire
siliation had failed to avert, the Prime Minister Clement Attles

No Merit In His Appeal Italian people would stand by to spoke of the

give their contribution to common-

“ ic = a and the a ~ beat “Ithe wicket keeper's hand, the lat-

a te Atk nt , lat t for ter making a smart catch to dis-
. , 7 - . u 4 ” an ° "

ir aii e sith the nie 368. and | â„¢* him at 47. 379/7/47

. wie rit ie > 366 ‘ leita

this pair had now put on 100 in 8} @ On page &

minutes for the sixth wicket

period of “grave
anxiety” throughout the Empir«
when he received Ministers fron
all Commonwealth countrie in
cabinet at 10 Downing Street
where the week-long conference
is to be held.

sonferences with top officials es- eee Stokes, Lord Privy

pecially, to free Italy from what
Italians feel are harsh treaty
terms.

(From Our Own Correspondent sense.”

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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20 F De Gasperi who was welcomed
The Hon Tubal Butler ee f by Truman and other top officials
> Appeal C ourt today rae bs e on his arrival here spoke to a joint
Se nrvant heard the Chief Justice.) meeting of the House and Senate

the Hon, Sir Cecil Furness-Smith |e came to the U.S. for important
say that there was no merit in his

appeal against conviction at the
a Brea Police Court earlier this





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Eleven run later Mar hall pays for NEWS

great innings came to a close

Chase bowling off breaks of lower Dial 3113

trajector ent down a er leg

pinner luring Marshall down ti D or Ni ht

wicket for the ball to break awa wy 8
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and «a minister for raw
materials is to preside over the
i. Mr. Butler had been con- ‘onference, Stokes was expectec
victed then ‘or collecting money “ aS t - ,jto point out to Commonwealtt
without the permission of the Com- wilt WP abe him that, he ministers that raw material
ioner of Police In ‘varm terns De Gasperi ortages, although bringing tem

Mr. Butler who made a stirring |ihanked Congress for aid APs his |POrary benefits of high prices t
iddress, sought advice after the ountry and Europe enerally particular producers, are harmfu
court’s decision as to whether] since the war. He said this coun- |’ the development of prima:
there is a higher tribunal to which }try “nas won the first battle’ in] PToducing and industrial coun
he can take the matter making sure of the economic sur- | tes alike. He also was expecte
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Tinie souen vas eae various other big commercial en-

Re aa il J terprises, will have available
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Fix the matter at once, |; LONDON. Sept. 24 tural rehabilitation schemes heard sO: ein pea . nunism. U.P.
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vue’ duty, : avi A a nes al pated possible.——(CP) to seck legal advice ; world wars know that we must h } a d d?
Where to send it? To Mfininter ye ae Bevan actor “T am respectfully submitting to| avert a third. Members of this Cc ill 1 Ba Which ones Oo you rea
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0 ur | /temporary—today informed soure-| Atomic Capacity repancy in the police evidence,” | dent.” For 7th Time To Which ones would you
office. You want to, so do it. es said. The sources aid the a eee mf aid Mr. Butler i He said that Europe once it is 4
Walsh ; 1,371.67 ee Nees bogey rs ao WASHINGZON, Sep. #4 “It is dangerous to convict and] finally united, “will relieve you x “~ @ |
qeenas ge behind clo ed door at a meeting i hairman Brien McMahon Of}so I leave it to Your Honours tO! of your sacrHices in men and arms Get Ban Lifted like to get? |
A Friend 1.00 ||of the National Executive in ordet|the Congressional Atomic Energy| zive some consideration to my! for,she will by herself contrive
K 2.40 jto present a united front in the] Committee, said in a press stat humble petition,” he continued her defence angi the defence of (From Our Own Correspondent) |
Barclays Bank D.C. & 0 oo | {fort zeneral election of cee on Monday the men But the Court agreed that are | European freedoin.” De Gasperi : PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20 |
lar McG at ‘Coéunuaneoe 7 | Oct snergy Commission has informed] was no merit in his appeal. Mr.| made these points on the struggle Janned by the British Guian:
ont en Soe 00 |} An open invitation for unity in}him the United States atomic} Butler is to pay cost | aheatt as ‘they concern Italy. - Government from re-entry in that Would you like to become
| the party hierarchy was made by | productive capacity could be in- Even when the decision was | Firstly, his country wants and]|Colony 14 years ago, Councillor
Total $11.390.0% Bevan yesterday in London’s}| creased by 150 per cent “with the] given the Honourable Member was | needs o-‘ers for civilian or mili- |C. B, Mathura of the City Corpora b ‘ib ?
| Sund 14y newspapers. necessary money and facilities.” not through with the matter. “May tary suppiies to give jobs to 2,060, |tion is making his seventh effort a subscriber !
—U-P. —U-P. [ ask a question?” he addressed,000 unemployed. “We ask you to }to have the ban lifted ‘
ns I the Court. : : ssist us. We are a hard-working c nae in the year 1936, the
1 + Permission was given. “Is there Pmation which above all nee: Souncillor visited British Guiana
W.. q OLLE HARD at iny higher Court to which I can | work.” as the guest of the British Guian:
ippeal. I must go somewhere else.’ Secondly, he expressed Italy’s | Trade Union Council, and, in com- A k h
As Mr. Butler trooped out of | gratefulness ‘as free men to free} pany with Mr. Hubert Crichlow S t e
Court, his many followers who had} men” that the United Nations | member of the Legislative Council |
compamed him left with him. took the lead in seeking the re- jin B.G. delivered a series of lec-
vision “of our unfair peace treaty.” | tures on the labour question
—U-P. Shortly after he returned t
, Trinidad there was much disorder
Send In Your ly behaviour and a strike fol y ‘ TaN Py,
4 M. ail £34 O lowed The Governor, with the Z i “4
| Pp + ' echanic aT consent of the Secretary of State,
ackage Now! immediately placed a ban on the
Ma 2 Councillor.
nslaughter For many years protests were
Packing of clothing, hardwar Char e made on his behalf. He himsel' { "aN Fr i“
and foodstuff vill continue t Ss wrote on four occasions seekin \ i 4 /
| Queen's Park house today Aft (From Our Own Correspondent) redress from the Government f
1any parcels were réceived | St. GEORGE'S, Grenada, . His latest letter to the Colonial
the J ca Hurricane Relief Or- Sept. 22 secretary of E.G. reads in. part
ganisation it was decided to star] Mr. Emmanuel | Cruickshank, | 1,68 ment Nefiew ‘the bat im
packing on Friday last. popular Public Works Department | 7°" , AMon Ci | | : 7
The S.S. Colombie, which mechanic, is on bail in the sum of ee Sey Gea o See ter hit if about any Magazines you would i
taking the cases to the sufferers in| $2,000 consequent on a manslaugh- you to Sir Hubert Rance, the Hon | | q
Jamaica is expected “ave oulter charge preferred against him in} p. M, Renison, C.M.G.. and the} like to subscribe to f
Wednesday, October 3 mem-}conneection with a road tragedy|Chief of Police in Trinidad, as to! ]] 5
ber of the organisation told t ist Saturday night involving #|my general character. Please i} iq
. ivocate i. terda We hope} 29-year-old policeman, Douglas|this matter your early attentior |
iat the public will realise that it! Gijbert, who met his death. } : ®
is extremely necessary to xt} Police investigations are being PHONE
in the articles this week |




made into the circumstances

in If artic due ‘doent i Military honours were accorded | TO-DAY’S WEATHER 2 5 | 0

eck perhaps they will have ts |.) at Gilbert’s funeral next afternoon

delayed in the island for about|i™ St. David’s, with the Govern- CHART

her two months before the ment Band and fifty police in at-

By Saturday we will sto;









: L0G ent to Jamaica with the fol-;t@mdance and among the present | Sunrice;: 5.59. 6m s m aie
—— : - aaneantrmnmmnd ~ — i, et of cases.” being the Governor's A.D.C., the | tetas oa Racrees Give your name and address
He aid “Everyone should] Administrator, Superintendent and Lighting 6.00 pm |
NESTLED close to the Blue Mountains, tle Univer sity College of the West Indies received a heavy blow realise we cannot afford to wait.| Deputy Superiritendent of Police High Tide: 12.58 p.m
from the hurricane. Photo shows storeroom on the Commons storm-battered, its stores exposed to the he destit : The deceased constable was on Lew Tide: 606 a.m., 6.16 p.m
sun and air. nxio sick leave at the time of his Geath, cenmmmmmesmmmeemmmnmmmmmmmmmmemmeeemmem is a nee nt asin!




_PAGE 1 rwo BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951

Carb Mes ooestias| Operation Siren Starts _
4 se husband is one of the e , ee
Gist" a Sey tas abine Pe Paris Round-Up

zuela yesterday by L.A.V.





















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M®= ( \ Lawyer, Journalist intransit from England and the |
i tha ‘Adiiieie ; ; POCKET CARTOON A Continent where she had been on| Hy § AM WHITE
nd Author even mi ay y wens 4 AST TWO SHOW “NING . A
eh OSBERT LANCASTER ven saaiane’” Sener eS ee | OPENS PERDAT AP
r M* _ MANUEL GONGORA Off to Antigua | : PARIS, After the recent reports tha 4.45 & 8.20 :
. sien ee ae R. ARTHUR H, MAINGOT,| WITH their cloaks flying, batons Maclean might be in France. Fa ; : :,
For Sugar Talks a ‘ace yy ae M fthe firm of FitzPatrick} ead age Raye sap + 7 _ og mnaiete > res h poli 4 rr “Re
ON’BLE H. A. CUKE, M.L.¢ , a ee Graham and Co., chartered ac-| 2" 2 Se. SS ORES OS Seneraee. STON See eT I :
Fx i¢-®. §. Robinson and Mi ae * = a. (cieutation of nowrap Port-of-Spain, Trini- Fae sees “iabee Tarte, Ge = reply _< etakalp — in hey made the i ih kt aie ;
= : ; ash acai ; J a arbe dad, left for Antigua on Sunday r0lic a al rance, } © clue as to his fate or " Great American ov }
a eeceeeeer 3’ Tie series of articles for his journal. morning ty B.W.I.A, oie eemoaign to teen 1p inte a whereabouts. : eM
the island on Saturday B.W arm via Trinidad and wil Spending two weeks’ holiday at |” = ger ‘ful. SONS GF TOUTES Rave i otek hans ; Ho ya
oe 1A. for +e remaining until about Thurs- "1¢ Hotel Royal. en es Sean PP Ue
a Meeting of BWISA staying a . arine . E oie | s a :
Meas, day ering ot tor maarey, Bote First Visit {Two vast police operations, both Here is «shot Jn dhe som
. e Se a yee ago, \« @ Britain’s tourist indus wen-
re ee mpanied her visited Trinidad and wrote a num- AYING their first visit to Bar- xy military sounding bi ns § . y en
ae names, have just bee m- ty r-old Miss Camilla Smith
husband. ber of articles about that colony bados are Mr, P. A. Dicker, |) ted. Several ths ot - over of crag a whe n il millior .
S n Holi days for Bis, Sane his wife and little daughter Denise ling “The first “Operatic i: Siren” aie : ju t ended a two-month|
ent Summer Holi s firs ss of Barba- of Maracai Te 7 They |{28. first — atio’ aire, 1 ided a twoen
p 5 His first impressions of Barba { Maracaibo, Venezuela They }_ was directed at the boulevards holiday Paris and London. Mis:

dos are very good and he is very arrived here by B.W.I.A. a week la ound the Opera: : . atic at
pleased with the Advocate which ago and will be leaving Saturday. }* d the Opera: the second— Smith, student of dramatic art in
Opeartion Olympia”’—was aimed New York, has pocket money



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Savawemtere ror 1 > fi a very excellent paper They are staying at the Oce
over ¢ veek-end by B ie andl ‘community like Bar- View Hotel, 7 7a weet the Champs Elysees, both pro- enough to be able to afford the
\ Trinidad iJ Ti ” bados, ' Mr. Dicker who is in the|°Uced a strangely small catch. best. Here is her report on the
back i In additioy to being a famous accowts department of the Sheil | me She Speen area, out of 1,237 two ce ape tee ;
rie t . journalist, Mr. Echenique is also Caribbean Petroleum Company|People detained for questioning Hotels: London has two of the
er vacatior his parent an author of sixteen books, some told Carib yesterday that his wife | only eight were arrested. In the best hotels in the world
rT t House Leaving Thursday of which deal with law, arid and he had been doing quite a bit}/Champs Elysees. 1,359 detainees
‘ tent eturnin ver A BR IVING from England on travels. of sight seeing and among the | yielded a paltry 12 suspects Clothes: Paris for an occasion-
‘ yaaa! nd f ’ 1 olaces they had visited were Sam | al gown, London for clothes, Lo
4 Saturday by T.C.A. was M1 4 . ; > ’ +
nd Canac ere G BL einai els hier dvcheaaals After Ten Years Lord’s Castle, the Crane and |, In the Champs Elysees was PO don clothes and accessories are in
; Dominica where he is empl Bathsheba Bln ee sen d handsome French petter taste, better quality,
1. VICAR WARTS Ne mpiay~ ttigre aracal i , el m star Jea arais ¢ 2 : ; 7 ; E
y St 10 has re- © H* had spent a holiday in the AR. h. Pettigrew oF Maracaibo, We a having $ wre. good about to step Res ee ion ate “better Dia, ; hnvetts
seta a oe ge. Mr. John U-K. with his family, Accom- ~ Venezuela who was in Barba- holiday ; he said and added that Raia pendadedh tactfully, per Theatre: London incomparabl :
Sk or nd Mrs. C. L. Panying him was his little daugh- “0S ten years ago, is now _ back heir only regret was _that the apologising to Marais later: “You "Re" AO ge a es .
pany Ae eae Tee George ter Carolyn whom she has brought again ao ee ew % length of their stay was so short. ook (So saeamperous fee ake: eo merece ro ng aged are | he| Thies
ho now be entering Brad- High Scho ro oe accompanied by his wife and gyoune and you have a flash cer,” Pood: Soni Of the best mea JOURDAN
rd Co for the first time and *#2n schoo he three children, Bunny, Gail d Old S h q I One result of all this police ac- ; jaq in Europe were in London DEBRA PAGET |
Mi Ma Johnson, daughter Mr. Band is staying at the Rol "They Be tetas eae cnoo 8 \ivity is that there is considerable es JEFF CHAN
W. HE. Johnson ©cean View Hotel until Thursday nee aap a Aaa staying at Para- si migration from still unraided dis- Good-Bye, Josephine week
St. Joseph. She me go acelin: es , ae “Mr “Pettigrew is an engineer Civen Some Tone | jtricts like Montmartre into the ~ tis ; ; 5
‘ 0 McDonald College © aa ‘F vine ™ employed with the Shell Carib- areas Which have already been Josephine Baker is planning to} , tie
“ doing her third yea hd ean Petroleum Company WHEN a hoy goes to find his|raided—on the theory that these retire shortly from the stage in or F GLENN FORE ANNE BAXTER. DENNIS O'KEEFE
o nomics Cy first job th ame of his schooljare now safe for some time to der to run a luxury hotel. She and :
‘ - Stu ‘ J e n ‘ 9 de a : : in wi jf /
i by T.C.A dents Return to School Back From U.K. Holiday | counts a lot, says London teaching | come. her husband (bandleader Jo Bouil FOLLOW THE SUN «» JUNE HAWoc
Back Trinidad TPWENTY-FOUR students ho j experts. And if he has to admit} Why are the police doing all lon) plan to convert their home. ee
ack to rinida i were vending the an ehiae R. A. F. BROWN, Assistant} he went to “....Road school” it|this? Pugzied Parisians shrug their The Chateau de Milades, in South- WE DNI SD: AY & THU RSDAY y
s bie ie of fins , Os the r : Manager of L. Ross and Co.,| probably does not create a good/shoulders and attribute it to a West France, into a hotel complet 4.45 & 8.30 ROY AL
R. WILFRED FRANC ‘0 oe Tr on aid at orion . a = vester . r Producers of Dominica, | impression. “crise de moralite—an attack on with “the best swimming pool in f : “ d .
ae Shell Leaseholds Ltd., Trini- 7 ning b: B.W.I.A. to return @trived here on Saturday by The London County Counciljof Puritanie zeal more common Europe, a cinema, an open air} M-G-M Presents LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY
ont, seen < home on Sunday by 4, ihe Lodge School sane Codrin '.C.A. from England where he}have just altered the names ofjamong ‘Anglo-Saxons than in theatre and a museum of Miss) 5,,4. 4 AMARR John HODIAK 4.30 & 8.15
B.W.1.A. after a short visit to hn Minion : had been on three months’ holiday.|500 London school bstituting | France uvenirs. They propose to CY LANES
I 1 High School ha lay zondon schools, substituting | France. Baker souvenirs. They prog
the islan He was accompanied TT Oe ne in by flight 303 at He is staying at the Ocean View | historic or local-interest titles and Another explanation is that the s spend £100,000 on accommoda- in Colmnbin Amion Dourt
by his wite and two ; ire ma 9:50 in the forning id ten, mit Hotel untit Thursday when | he “pleasant-sounding” names, raids are due to a paternal desire ten ; eA LADY WITHOUT Actio e
During MAE'S ve rs : later, B.G. Airways brought "eturns to Dominica by B,G The 500 schools are the first!by the French police to protect ie ? al
a ci b yi hay? Bhar 30 ham.” anothe six students fro st, Airways of several thousand to be changed |tourists from their own follies. They Said “Steaks PASSPORT ” GENE AUTRY KING OF THE
farold Bowen of "sheringham, vincent. These students are also Int it in the next few years. If this is the reason, the raids Sixty-One English workers from | COWBOYS in
ae for the same ‘school ntrans¥ e come weeks too late for most tour- the Coseley Engineering Com-
er Roosevelt ists F lready left Fi ver ; lec with
* _ NTRANSIT . Tw schools for shysically |!Sts have already le rance, pany of Wolverhampton awarde: . a ‘
- en Antigua aaa Brought Son To School [' TRANSIT from Trinidad on hhethbaiienen athters tn "Seaamar ‘i @ one-day trip to Paris for step-| a Janie CRAG “INDIAN
5. 1 7 eee Yer sonny eared Fp teaser F z s = uestion by Farouk y » production, went on reorge Mé
M. of Dr. Ke R. Hutson, A RRIVING from Trinidad by {on Antigua, were | Major, ‘A. | named after President. Roosevelt, sang Farcuk has boon taking. 9 Bepping bores a TERRITORY ”
‘ Veterinary Officer J B.W.LA,, on Thursday even- om es ese arab paenr shes who was himself an invalid "| keep interest in the mystery of | Their commonest purchases were | a ;
tationed in Anti ua arrived over wa ‘in Dennis Aird nee Siunat et eee pe At Brockley, Mantle Road Maclean and Burgess, the missing tinned pineapple, printed georg-| OLYMPIC | Bs
- \ sohoene by B.W.1 A fron M inager of the Trinidad Gov Wskcntcteniss —— Senior School has become | Foreign Office officials. The King ette scarves, and champagne. Their | and t
4 > as ac ve oe ee “ > nna a Po ape . a .' Pr 2 es s .
et ee eo oe rnment Raily ay. He was" ac He was accompanied by Mr. Thomas Wolsey Senior School. knew Mclean well when he was tneseurite menu dish: steaks. } TO-DAY & TOMORROW
be re-entering school at the je eat be putting to school at Fred Da Silva, Mr. A. Da Silva,| Clapham Central has been|First Secretary in the British Em- World Copyright Reserved | 4.30 & 8.15 WARNER BAXTER
Lodge ia chetin ee remo’ Mr, R. Ferreira and Mr, M.{ named Aristotle. a eee ie teh v8 iS One Bosse, also of the fir Pitz- L.E.S. : re “Es n
Arriving Shortly Mr. Ald is staying at the Bowe, elgo of the firm of its-| ii in egegaaligh Vesti, in a
M® PETER YNNISS who has Ocean View Hotel, Antigua, the party will be going ane zee | SRR ROD CAMERON “STATE
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4 been residing in Canada for M on to St, Kitts before returning to f ° ryte won ze | TOWN d in
the past five years, will shortly be Attended Tourism Talks = trinidad. Mayfair Tips A THE STH GueeT PLAZA este THE DAMNED | in PENITENTIARY ”
‘ “JIGGS & MAGGIE” | | DON'T CRY NT
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rIVARE on a visit to his farnily : o 2 ie - >
f a brief holiday He works M* M as Ox, M 7 ‘ te Excellent Accommodation Christmas Winner eee Tne are me ete PAR. -| WR RD 2 “THE LADY
Muntz and Beatty Ltd., In- ~ turnec rom Culdac rujilio t= Eee ”* 7 | ( I a7 .
surance Brokers of Toronto or yo om by B a I.A Ts ISITORS to Trinidad would By JON HOPE “WOMAN ON PIER 13” & “FIGHT FILM” OBJE s EXCITEMENT RUNS HIGH
Peter is the son of Mr. and Mrs, attending as an observer, “4 lind excellent accommodation = : 4 at | and
T.aurancée Tanias of Rockley Nev Phird Annual General Meeting of at the Blue Mountain Guest House] @ WHAT are the autumn Laraine Day—Robert Ryan Ranay Tt > hae apaanne noninson {|
Road, Committee" Mmterim Poursm situated in the Caseade Valley, feshions in Mayfair — when it Joh» Agar—-Thomas Gomez Seactee in SLOW MOTION: — |{| MIKEL CONRAD in ite ee eee
For Trinidad Holiday For Holiday in Canada Off To St. Kitts Curzoh Street bookshop diree- Badiics Dspacu tahun ea hem pepiascadte ene “ARCTIC MAN HUNT ”’
Miss CHRISTINE MAYERS, R. HERBERT WATSON of ‘or, Handasyde Buchanan, says) Gary COOPER Ruth ROMAN in * DALLAS” Color by Technicolor NT
Sister at the Maternity Welches, St. Thomas, was ]Y[®- SETH WHITE, President]the emphasis in fiction is om) |) eames | TED DONALDSON in
Hospital left by B.W.LA,, oP among the passengers leaving the of the Leeward Islands eri Fo The Cruel Sea a . ee | “oo eae she Tey Fields of
Thursday last for Trinidad on island on Saturday morning by Mission of Seventh Day Adven-]Graham Greene’s End of the} OISTIN a ~ | Alaske holiday. She is expected to re- T.C.A. He has gone for a holi- tists, left by B.W.I1.A,, on Friday Affair, ror | PLAZA Dial 8404 G A i KT W | RUST Y SAVES A
main three weeks, lay. on a visit to St, Kitts, And non-fiction? Easy favourite st 2-Shows To-day 5 & 8.30 p.m THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES||| THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.15 ”
i Bat a i hata al al ia a wh loon hesinlaiaiaeettiei (after Geese is English Bis Return Mach . To-day and To-morrow 8.30 p.m | TA : es LIFE
3 * Country Houses, by Christopher any i = ed Denny Kaye in } JAMES MASON
American Column Hussey: it costs’ 25s. Runner-up: ||| TURPIN een gi PS tg oto rd ys ai | at
Also The Action Feature ! Color by Technicolor and

Shawe-Taylor and Sackville! * ODD MAN OUT i? and

’ Robert Mitchum in “VALLEY OF THE GIANTS”
. @ e West's aid for gramophone enthus- “THE BIG STRAL Wayne Morris |
rem in iss iasts. The Record Guide. with Jane Greer William with Jane Greer — William Bendix err ara ar err tal a | and i
vrs. (only? 8.30 p.m | ‘
e What does Mr. Buchanan tip for Wed. & Thurs. 5 and 8.30 p.n na Tee eae” | ANGER WOMAN” “BLACK CAT” LAST OF THE RED





Christmas sales? Sir Frederick “FIRST YANK IN TOKYO renda Joyce

















NEW YORK. to your Congressman or have Hali-weight Engines Ponsonby’s Recollections of Three Tom Neal and ee ee ass AGH '
The scientist who has led Am- your parents complain for you.” FOUR YBAKS of laboratory] Xeigns, due November. ae dia a biceal | ten Erol = Seas Anarevs w ALLAN LADD MEN ”
erican rese< on the atomie air- Widitest Ak nviveen orx, and Henry Kaiser’s en-| @ A thriller by Michael Innes, | SD —e ——_+--—-- ison eee sicaens
plane w born within sight of the waeenwe are . gineers are ready to give the alu-] Operation Pax, coming from | <== _ wea = Sitios iia ic



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Moran styie, for Ameriva’s new vest. Their goal To cut engine] to superlatives, Says he: eee AQUATIC CLUE CINEMA (Members Only) R oO xX Y

Kremlin’s walls in Mos minum ear engine its first roaa]| Gollancz, has moved its publisher |
fan’ tetan he ‘Bolshevik comnts aiattaes Connnity. Her taste runs “elsht more than 50 per cent}can put it down. Innes has be- TO-NIGHT to THUSDAY NIGHT, at 8.30
Aotige dy ah at EK te tee fluity. ane teen Sends ag tisear AMERICA'S “blind goddess”—Sing from ‘Collins, makes them say THE GAL wie te Te WEST | oa We 4.30 & 8.15











“Britain’s leading adven » story in ;
writer.” = a Co-starring . UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL presents

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Innes, it seems, must be good Yvonne DeCARLO — Charles COBURN — Sco*t BRADY— | BUD ABBOT — LOU COSTELLO
for you. John RUSSELL | a
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always blindfolded as a sign of
aie ; ; : impartiality of justice — is now
N.E.P.A, stands for nuclear ee aa ee = re going to see. She will look at

J ot olc o, anyway. the world with open eyes from

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craft. The work of his group led ne a eee be pee ee the top of Washington's new
to the United States Government’s ¥ ma Seer St, air United States courthouse,

announcement placing the contract temperamental. Why won't she be blindfolded?
for the first A-plane with Consoli- ONCE AGAIN New York’sa ‘Say the architects: “In order to
dated Vultee, makers of heavy theatre critics are unkind to a 100k at problems with clear eyes
bombers. show from London. Their reaction @Md full vision.” Their decision
to the Highland comedy “Lace on WS upheld by the Chief Justice
her Petticoat’: rather treacly. But Of the Court of Appeals.

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‘haeology fessor at Moscow ; on - ile . gr . |
at pena , aoe aed eS eee they think that Perlita Neilson is ate ee ae Bailey statue is Jesse & Frank JAMES And The Younger Bros. |
dis gg BL a studied-tech- ‘uly sweet. ws ae . . * $6 ” g | and
Seer ase wig to America ,. OSCAR is dead, and President | Winning Tax 8 in “THE GREAT MISSOURIT RATD S|
nology before coming [oO fer? Truman stops being the ) TAX THE GAMBLERS he § : ea , . >
‘ in 1929 for a doctorate. In World fi nM agg 9+, Po pias wihnings? Wen sas Sete unre $ TO-MORROW And THURSDAY 4.45 & 8.15 P.M. e wide
War It he worked in Naval In- Americans. atta priations Committee members — Robert CUMMINGS — Lizabeth SCOTT x
telligence. ae is, ep d eae e could raise £700 million. No in “PAID IN FULL” S|
Can ‘l, 1e former bever) Osear, the young elephant pre- say Senate Crime Committee mem- F agile x | THE AND res
Robinsor nto 5 sented as a gift to the President bers—how can you tax something g and “MR. RECKLESS” %| ANDREW SISTERS
Ne ! se * working on a new from the King of Cambodia, die NA . ng cae eer § William EYTHE — Barbara BRITTON |
secre project on board ship en route to ashe ‘AC ‘RS are 2
‘i 5 " a ington. The elephant is the sym- taking two full-time jobs in the PT ed OOS SSO POSSESS POPP PES FPP S SF SPITS POBCSQOVCOS and
Fashion For Nuns bol of the opposition Republican production boom. They earn as Across
i 5 os rl sa; Party, which will do its best next much as £50 a week. erly the rr . 4a) » POCPRPOO9R SOO ED DOD LD PPPPOSSOSS 9 0 FOOOPOOO OSD :
FASHION DESIGNER ae year to oust Democrat Truman The tax rate on two £25-a-week 6: Gut ot town, (3) | er en ee 3 «* MISSISSIPPI
Carnegie yf Fifth-avenue, has 7,0 éw = iin if he o din aint » the: a 8. Conveyance, a ‘teu of Simon? 4
sa tel in Mother Superio: from th Nhite House if he runs incomes is less than on one £50- ) p alpine plant. (9) SANETT A DRESS SHOP aS
createc o vs ee. for re-election. a-week income ii, - Houte indica ) e & >
Teresa a w mode Ss ae it fox ain te \youngsier oe | WER BROAI TREET x GAMELE .
he Carm nu t her found cringe. LOWE OAD §S 2 | 3
a ; ~oun-= . 16. I find pun y.
ling home in the Virginia coun Rupes t and the Sorcerer—30_ 18: Bho one with a pul wireiy, (3) | eager:
tryside. ater. S|
er AH ’ K x ie Taken nm a Holder. (3) Beach, Afternoon 3 —
ther Superior iid =the Reaps forbear, (5) . pik
d tb be table for il y bis Sieorine eepon’s hat. (5) Cocktail, Evening ¥}
truck driving to field 24. Least aise al act? (5) : aie nia x IX POEL OLE LLL LAPP PLP EPEAT? VOOR |
still be presentable in Down CHILDREN'S PANTIES—in all Sizes 313 s
model is described 1. Latte thet make leaves rot, (9) _ 1 1¢e x 1% %
reversible two-piece, grey 2. Simply mockery, (8 Cotton id from 64, to $1.16 r yar r r 7 , x
SY PRET aa ‘ m ; 3 Reunis have at feast one blot. (5) i g SS 1S -- Ww EN ONLY THE BE ST x
ret eee ee “ ove from 52c. to .80 ‘ %
ed skirt.” With it goes a smal 6. Serviceable, it brings us fuel. (6) Rayon | y oo ¥
yimmned grey Bat with. cloche 17. Always makes Ned’swear (8) Da seem oa WILL DO %
: ong erere *etses in Pate zou may ay to seize. (6) SCO OCOS 9S EEO PLPC OP EEE LOC LAL GVSSSE iS x
a becatse i ‘ 1 | P
driving licences while they wore + posed to prose, perhaps. (6) 1% x.
rae and my sister on the river. (4 ~~ on @ »
cand vel ite i nit ane) ’ “PETER PAN” ;
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A COURT MARTIAL is in neven beating of the drum _ poinfin, ft een a "§ puzgie—Across r¢ 1 : % ¥
; g an atteri in the A : Sno J r a > > .
prospect for Yeoman Bruce Hop- yors on, and after a while poor cleating. The drumenag stops, fav's ) w all our € ustomers ple ee note i% >
ng for printing handbills and Buperi sees what the big warrior is and ae waxs trembling. Then } pe 1 ie x
istributing them fellow sailor doing. He is calling other warriors he rea that_ something queer that our Departments evel be 1% s§ ¢ Oo T Cc Hi oO A T s§ >
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Adenauer Faces Ditlicult Problems

Over W. German Now THE MIGHT) LITTLE SNARLER Customs ott
Re-a rmament oe Capt. nts ney Sr oes p

Customs Officer

the giant under full rocket power for
minutes.
The U.S. lead in this very high

From Our Own Correspondent)
type rocket
speed flying gave rise to strong

capable of doubling the power « Shert Bursts PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 20






















By JOSEPH W. GRIGG put of modern jet planes h med t criticisms of Britain’s failure to Customs Officer Edward Bethe!- |
FRANKFURT. Sept. 24, altitudes, has been successfull € reduce anything comparable vy of His Majesty’s Custems, hao |
_ Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is driving confidently tested in a Hawker Pi072 experi- 10!" eng Fees, Se 51 Vi ee GOR: ROGUE. SOMEHING SFO
ahead with his campaign to sell the West German Parlia- ™ental fighter. ‘ eagenclh nk 1951 Vintage iy Magisiraw Cwastein, on «|
f cx paig il The motor — appropriat ery t » climb- But I believe that the mighty varge of lareeny of a pair ol}
ment and thé German people on the idea of rearmament. reened the “Snesless aes d 5 s ome the “ittle Snarler, fitted to some of our shoes, the property of Bata Sh¢
t ei a ; one ieee of ry re ess ed and built by the . a vintage supersonic planes, mpany The Police appealec
ad eee ee . " Siddeley aero-engine | = each ry the British roundels against the decision. The Appea:
more vere A oa — oe = 12,000 Matches weighs only 215 lb. and f into tet - gh the high sky almost as Court found that Bethelmy
OG RO en Sn eee ey eee ‘ a space measuring 6ft. by i ouk t Kenaeivens. have HOW i ity os. the eae
Pee ee Se. « roe Tak acai Make A ().E. For nee aren bapihe t of 2,00 purely experiment: id sentenced er t
West na ccept ‘OY = — ver ane ” ur months’ imprisonment, Aftei
Caniicniees + pain toe idea ‘Taxi-Driver BEF POPE ORME SVSTIE BAUR n urgent need for such hearing from Mr. Cecil Wore
cf German rearmament. In_ fact By comparison, the i ‘ smc ps big erm ho appeared for the Police th
opposition to any kind of Gert : EASTBOURNE. minute Avon jet cng : a are known t wane made respondent had no criminal re¢ cord
rearm t ily Taxi-driver Reg Camm, of East- 2.450 I., measures 1¢€! Sa vances Ms. rocket develop the C ourt called on Mr. H. O b
during the pa ~ bourne, collects spent matches. ft.. and gives a take-off thru “ep They inherited much know- Wooding K. C. Counsel for Bethel
30th German and Allied With them he began making 6000 1%. The thrust of ‘et ene rom the ae who were my who stated that he was a mar-
Officials agree on that. The models of boats and cars. Then gine falls off at high altitude : 8 the way in 1945, and some ried man with one child. Result o
ser “di notes Rearmament he made a scale model of the gt a certain height the pigmy 7 re erts believe that one of the the conviction will be the inevi-
Yes But Without Us” have Queen Elizabeth, 2ft. 6in. long "i = - est and fastest Soviet planes, table loss of his employment, and
almost disappeared fror West That took 12,000 matches and - La.17, may be rocket boosted. 4}) pension rights. He had been |











RN OT SHE RENRTESRE NER :
, re r rhe picture below shows the customs officer for eight years

nozzle of the Snarler looking out
from the back of the Hawker

German cities, West German four months to make.
newspaper comment almost uwnan-



He fitted it with electric mo-

imously recognize that some ‘ i 1 t the Pi072

form of defenee contribution i ae EE ENE See ae ORS . aes €
unavoidable. But Adenaucr’s lake at Princes Park. It will be on view at the Society Boat Jwners
problem is that Germans know Then he made four tugs to £9 ) of British Aircraft Constructors’ ° a
that now or never they are in a with it. They took nearly a year. five-day show at Farnborough Ait Repay $3,145
position to bargain with Western He has also made a model of leld, Hants, starting next Wednes- -

Tower Bridge. It is Tft. 6in.
long and took 19,000 matches.

He makes each part sitting in
the driver’s seat of his car wait-

eo During August a sum of $3,145.99 |
was repaid by boat owners agains?)
loans; this makes a total of
$65,170.64 repaid to date, writes

C. Skeete director of Agricul-
ture in his report for September.

Interest collected for the month
mounted to $186.97 making
otal of $980.90 paid to date

Full Sovereignty

Their answer to the West’s ing for fares.
demands for German defence
contribution i “We will provide
troops if you give us back ow
full sovereignty.”

Both Adenauer and his oppon-
ent make the ime demand
“No rearmament without equality

-L.E.S.



Subs’ Magic Eye
Sees 200 Miles



At a meeting of the Fisheries)
Advisory Committee held on the

of rights.” The difference is 29th August, 1951, loans anne
that . } i Y i f > 7 . ing $2,365.4 te approved.
that the opposition parties a From CHAPMAN PINCHER Ag, to SS AES Ae eee ee eran
inere the ante higher than CHICAGO. Due to rough seas, fs




have expel ienced difficulty with
their fishing effort, and only small |
catches

London Express Servica have been
nonth,

Adenauer A new device which can detect

His problems in the next few the presence of submerged enemy
months will be to convince submarines at distances far great-
Germans t concessions in the er than ever thought possibie has
way of restored sovereignt he been developed by U.S. scientists, “~~

nas squeex out of “MN J learned today. 4
allies are a sufficient payment for In naval manoeuvers, three U.S. Steeple jacks
J XS
Challenge
miles.

the German defence contribution, submarines equipped with the de-
viee and working as a team were
able to detect an “enemy” sub-
marine at distances up to 200 ) Ow: sé '
o A l 1 22
They were also able to locate A nericans beaun Cyrus, 57
4 eo its position accurately enough for 1 I - De Registrar
man and Germany will be aircraft to be directed to a ten- re ( ie st
" STEEPLEJACKS in New York, % te

of bream and snapper

THE SNARLER SN creases with altitude.”
recorded during the









The Neo Nazi Socialist Reic
party of Otto Grotewohl, Premie
rejected the European : y plan

that it >
under Frenc




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German troo







allowed no independent national mile search area where the sub- Puc 1 n at residence

army of her ow marine was pin-pointed by other ome of the skyscraper, ha : ‘ iling sinee
The latest n yer of the S.R.P. methods. a fused a challenge to t ; he ‘had be»

weekly organ of Germ Op- skill against that of British etirement

position’’ declared antly During trials off Korea the in- jacks.

“Nationalist German yer strument picked up evidence thet Mr. Malcolm MacDor



Russian submarines were oper’- aging director of a Nottir 1 H r { service in
ting outside the combat zone. firm, believes that our methods ©al born, and

The device works on a different are better than those of the ite ‘ 1 iy Ue part-
i ( but longest in

do military service,”



Price Too High : S
principle fromm Asdic the standard cricans.

opposition to “sound radar’ equipment used in Re Unice nere us

But the noisiest

present rearm*ment plans comes submarines. The Americans, Re Says, qrece « i _ ed | eet ete
from Kurt Schumacher, the crip- When it becomes operational, scaffolding on whatever job they | 8 i ell as the
pled embittered Ultra-Nationalist friendly submarines will be fitted do, regardless of cost. a ‘ i

leader of West German’s Social- With an identification signalling Steeplejacks here cut down costs | enve f ad onl on,



hear dods nor reject System like the “friend or foe” by using ingenuity and improv 1 Service
German rearma- signals used by aircraft. sation. Mr. MacDonald i: funeral



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BARBADOS 49 ADVOCATE.

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Tuesday, September 35, 1951

GOOD EXAMPLE

THE building of four
the Bay Estate Tenantry
ment should be regarded by the
public as more than an attempt to stave
off criticism. It is an example which other
tenantry owners should be made to follow.

It is well that this precedent by the
Government to build proper roads in the
tenantry which they own, should come at
a time when the public are looking for-
ward to the general elections. It is the
duty of electors not merely to stress the
need of roads in the tenantries but to
acmand from those who offer themselves
as representatives a pledge of support for
legislation designed to compel tenantry
owners to build roads according to specifi-
cations by the Government Engineer in
charge of the Highways Department and to
be approved by him.

The present rainy season has focussed
attention to the highly unsatisfactory state
of the roads in the tenantries. In these
cases land owners have been allowed to
‘build roads of a sort and as long as there
was rule compel them to build
according to particular specification the
cheapest became the standard,



miles of road in
by the Govern-

general

no to

The result of this laxity has been the
steady deterioration of nearly all tenantry
roads built within the last few years. In
view however, of the increasing preval-
ence of cutting lands for tenantry pur-
poses, it would be as well if some attempt
be made to control this indiscriminate
method.

The Government bought the Bay Estate
Tenantry three years ago and have set
other tenantry owners the example of
bringing the services vater, roads and
light to the residents. The same practice
seems to be carried out at the Pine where
it is proposed to build roads even to shorten
distances and to accommodate ‘bus services.

It is no use the Government building
roads and putting tenantries in order with-
out exacting the same standards from
private tenantry owners

The inevitable result or such action will
be that houseowners will be clamouring to
remove their houses to Government ten-
antries, and charges of discrimination will
be made by those who are not selected.
The desired result will only be achieved
by means of legislation.

The Public Health Act should now pe
amended so that the General Board of
Health whose duty it is now to grant per-
mission for the division and sale of land,
could refuse such permission until the
roads have been approved by the Engin-
eer of the Government who should pro-
vide the specifications for building these
roads.

It will be argued that this will cause an
increase in the price of land. In the first
place this is hardly likely as there is land
in Barbados being sold at a figure which
seems to have escaped the notice of the
public. Tenantry lands in this island have
been sold at £10,000 per acre or 5/- per
square foot. It could hardly be expected
to have a much higher price except when
the Government are buying parking
stations in the City.

The answer to this alarm at the increase
in price is proper control by means of
valuers. This would also prevent specu-
lators purchasing land at high prices and



Franco's Prisoner-On-Holiday

Tells His Story

ity

Mervyn

By MERVYN
My holiday began with hopes
sunshine, perhaps adventure,
return ticket third class to
3arcelona, and £16,

It ended with 31 days in jail
and my father having to bail me
out for £50.

| In Palamos I
|

LUBBOCK
of

was arrested
with my three friends and taken
to jail. We were accused of in-
sulting Franco,

@ iT WAS just after midright
when an officer and two men of
the Civil Guard marched us
away from the cafe where we
had been drinking.

Beetles on Walls

Our first cell was in
building which looked like a
block of flats. In the few seconds
before the light was switched off
I saw a filthy mattress on the
floor and two pairs of old boots
in a heap of rags.

a big grey

When the door was locked I
struck a match and saw black
beaetles crawling up the walls

and fleas on the stone floor.

I discovered that our cell
in winter was the home of the
local dog-catcher, a tramp
who pays rent for it.

In the summer he finds it more

comfortable to sleep on_ the
beach.

NEXT morning we were
taken to the police station and
heard two witnesses say we had
insulted Franco. We all denied
this.

In the afternoon, we were
back in jail. A protest about the
cell brought permission to stay
in the corridor, where the fleas
were less numerous,

During that evening two
Spaniards brought us food, and
the jailer sold us a small loaf for
2s. 6d,

30 In Cell

The following evening we

were packed into a small van

with six other men and driven to

Gerona jail. Guards removed
our handcuffs and we walked
into a large cell where 30 pris-



Mir.

When the Waterfront labourers
a few weeks ago refused to hanae
a cargo of Australian frozen meat
consigned to Messrs J, N. Goddard
and Sons unless and until the sister
firm, Messrs Johnson & Redman,
re-employed 18 bakers and boys
who had gone on strike, the more
responsible section of the commu-
nity began to realise that the time
had come when the tail was wag-
ging the dog. I hesitated to jom
in the controversy, not because of
that shameful indifference which
some of us call moderation but
because I fully realised that a
question between established legal
right and trade union demands
could not be brought to a formal
decision without grave inconveni-
ence to the public.

I was astonished to find that Mr.
Adams, the President General of
the Progressive League, that bas-
tion of defence of workers’ rights
and President of the Barbados
Workers’ Union had sat as one of

ooo

the representatives who settled the
a manner

matter at arbitration in
which penalised Messrs Johnson &
Redman for having right on their
side. I note with grave concern
that the published notice of the
proceedings said that the matter
had been settled amicably. Here-
in lies the danger

The facts are not in dispute,
The bakers had staged a walk-out
on Messrs Johnson & Redmen after
they had agreed to work and left



Wine for the!

Millionaire.

Biack Bread
for Mie

Lubbock

of Streatham

Adams Toes

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

With Spanish
oners were
floor.

@ WE KEPT the lights on all
might, and one of the prisoners
shuffled round and round the cell
to prevent stealing.

We had eaten nothing
hours, but we could
the breakfast of
onion soup.

already lytng on the

for 24
not toucn
luke-warm



I tried to get a wash, but
there was no water, and no
soap.

Food was served on a greasy
tin plate. There were no knives,
forks or spoons.

Watery

Lunch was a plate of watery
potato soup, supper the same, or
with beans or lentils. All I could
eat was the daily issue of a
quarter of a pound of black
bread.

ch day there were eight roll

calls. We stood to attention for

15 minutes while the cabo—chief
convict—counted us.
TWO days after
rerona my three
was

we arrived
friends were
promised release

at
released, I

the following day, It came 27
days later.

Practically every day, after
our lunch of watery soup, a con-

vict walked by
on which was
joint of meat.

For Theft

These, and many other luxu-
ries, were taken in to a million-
aire and his friends who were in
jail for theft.

These three
room off the main cell. They
drank wine with every meal,
usually of five courses, and then
relaxed with brandy and coffee.

While we munched = dry
bread, baskets of fruit were
earried in to the “privil-
eged” prisoners,

At the hour of siesta,
other

carrying a salver
a roasting fowl or

lived in a small

when all
prisoners were made to lie
silent, we could hear the chink-
ing of brandy glasses and coffee
cups and smell good cigars.

@ TWICE a week the prison





MERVYN LUBBOUS

I

gourd (flusks as u memory

barber visited the cell. He
charged us two pesetas (5d.) for
a good shave, one peseta for a
poor one.

Barefoot

Many of the prisoners were
rags. Only occasionally was an
issue made of a black boiler sui
decorated with multi-colourec
patches. No shoes were avail-
ablé, and many prisoners wen
barefoot,

In the cell with me were -fow
lunatics and several petty thieve:
One of them, a pick-pocket, was
personal servant to the million-
aire.

After 20 days I was allowed tc
walk round the sand-coverec
prison yard with 80 other men.

I found that one was serving
99 years for murder, another 25
years for armed hold-ups.

No Doctor

saw a doctor in the
prison, although on one occasion
on compulsory church parade,
man collapsed with a hemor-
rhage.

He was put back in the cell
and I gave him a piece of
bread. He was not visited by
anyone in authority.

One day the 165 prisoners in
the jail were inoculated. I dic
not know why, and the convict
who gave the. inoculations (al
with the same needle) did not
know either.

During the

pti

I never

day we sometime:
played games like blind man’s
buff. I tried to teach them
noughts and crosses, but many
of them could not write.

I was allowed two books
week, but the only one I coulc
find in English was Chambers
Journal,

Once a week I was given 25
pestas of my own money, which
I spent on extra bread and choco-
late.

I finished my sentence with £4
of my holiday money.

I shall be on holiday again
next year. But in England,
—L.E.S.



By Saggittarius

Barbados Workers’ Union support-
es the unauthorised strike and the

titude of the waterfront workers.
ithe matter went to arbitration
with Mr. Adams as one of the
representatives of the Union. The
matter was settled “amicably”
when Mr. Goddard agreed to re-
instate the bakers. He however
reserved to himself the right to
retain the services of the new
bakers whom he had employed,
and so was penalised to the extent
of having to pay two staffs of
bakers.

For a period of two years I have
tried to rouse public attention to
the impending danger of having
the Governor allowing Trade
Union Executives to retain their

ARTIE’S HEADLINE



The

Line=

ciple which prevents one
being juage and party in his
cause,

But this curious circumstance
has given content to the fear whici
{ have expressed in these columns,

and now the unionists, realising
that because of the power of then
votes they can dictate to thei

officials, they have deliberately se,
out to put the public at a disad-
vantage. It is not within my
kinowledge that Mr. Adams a
President, and Mr. Walcott as Sec-
1etary of the Union, have estab-
lished any claim to privilege o
would be able to distinguish any
right to such privilege as distinc:
from a usurpation of power. Ih
the case of Mr. Walcott ther
might be some lack of apprecia-
tion of the issues involved. With
Mr. Adams there is not. The in-
compatibility of the offices musi
be clear to him. The intellectual
attainment of a public figure
learned in the law and who reads
Plato in the original must afforc
him a different approach to ques-
tions of established principle. The

conduct of such a man should
always be an exception to the
vulgar. Somewhere in the deey

recesses of his mind he must rag-
fister silent protest against a con-
dition of things which makes hin
appear less discerning than he
really is, and which must provoke
some mental disturbance at having







; : to toe the line,
then thrusting it on land-hungry people. {20 bags of flour already mixed in * ‘The outburst to which he gave
It has happened already that people in this er nak nae at Sok rane 9) ee last Meeting of the
: : . : pe ‘ . cs House when his motion for ad-
island during the 1914/18 war purchased | the firm, it was necessary to em- IEMeSEE was, dineiteer: ‘keke
land and only since the emigration to the ploy eee .— boys to centers to indicate the mental anguish
‘ in : ; o bread. 1is was done; an Ah eee aa
United States in 1944 have they or their Stl tie catia: creer: rekieta which he. suffeted when” the
when the striking crowd returned Opposition made use ot
children been able to pay the remainder they demanded eh only re-in- Offices after their appointment to their majority for the first time
, . Dia statement to the jobs which they membership on the Executive |te so far fc rgot the dignity of hi
of the purchase money. This should not be had discarded, but that their sub- Committee. If the facts as I have Sanition as cadet of the aah
allowed to happen again. stitutes should be dismissed. On set them out are true, then Mr. as ¢¢ characterise a party in hon-
. : the ground that he bore a moral Goddard had a good ground of Jur of the visiting ‘Mr. Le
. iF und 1 vu bAGS g M.P. Mr. Len-
In any case whatever is paid for the responsibility to those men who appeal, and it is still beyond my nox-Boyd «es » rum spree.
land the Government should see to it that !had saved his flour, Mr. Goddard understanding why he did not Mr. Adams not only toes ihe
roper roads are inc ; 3 ices refused to dismiss the new staff of exercise it and carry the matter to Jine which the waterfront work-
Pp P : included in the services bakers, The waterfront workers, the Governor-in-Executive Com- er has laid down as the reward
which residents are supposed to get for in sympathy with the strikers, and mittee. Then it would have been for his support, but he conde-
their money, It will save the unnecessary in order to conga wae Bia yang pasta me the Trade suitor scends to peed e the incongru-
i : at quired powers, reatened no o members 0 na ody could not ous spectacle of a Barbados
expenditure when it eventually becomes |handile a cargo of Australian meat have taken part, or if they had Seholar. nurtured at an ancient}
necessary for the Government to take over consigned to Messrs Goddard and dared to do so, it would have been university using waterfront ex-
the roads Sons, also owned by the Goddard clear that they would have been pressions in a speech intended for
7 family. The Executive of the defying a settled established prin- a legislative assembly.
N F Britai
LONDON. ;
‘ ( the treaty itself or in some re-
News Se rancise : +e : p
eee ae ee voeceeae lated matter, Now this is quite
Peace Treaty has had a mixed re-_ reports come back irom Japan that that the only proper way to te- different from drawing up a
reption here. Millions of news- some of his suggestions were arm Germans is to put German ‘eaty ata Conference. Taking the
paper readers are puzzled what to tempting sontingents in the European Army ¢@Se of German Peace: the French
think of a conference organised —unless that is agreed, nothing ave some’ objections that chime
by the United States—a champion The next round of diplomacy else .will be accepted by France. with British objections; Canada
of free speech—at which a small Will begin on time. It is a meet- [t might seem from these contrary shares some views, but different
group of dissentient voices were ing in Washington of the “Big attitudes that the United States ones, with the British Government.
so fiercely shouted down. The /hree”—U:S., Britain and France will have some difficulty in organ- ‘t @ Conference Table the three
Soviet Union and its two friends -to discuss what should next be ising its Allies to agree with. its P0wers would join forces to press
at the Conference were so heavily done with the Atlantic Pact. In yiew—in particular in organising their points—each to help the
out-numbered that most people this field of diplomacy there are {he North Atlantic Treaty Confer. Other. The sponsoring power
feel they could safely have been ‘signs that the remarkable tech- ence which will follow the Wash- Would have to yield on many
given a little more time in which nique developed by Mr. John jngton meeting. But this week qa Points. But by means of a travel-
to state their view point, The Foster Dulles for drafting the rumour has reached Britain that [ing Ambassador the sponsoring
vote would have been all-power- Japanese Treaty wilt also be ap- the United States intends to nego- Power avoids all such joint actions
ful; so the manoeuvres were mis- plied. The crucial matter is the re- tiate a treaty of Peace with West by small groups. Now, in the case

placed that confined M. Gromyko



irmament

of Western Germany.

Germany.





of the Japanese Treaty, the United









to exactly sixty-one minutes. The Big Three will certainly be Stater was plainly the country
divided on this question. Briefly, The implications are that a with the greatest responsibility.
Among diplomats the first pleas- their points of view are that the special envoy would travel to So there was some reason for her
ant content at realising that the Unite? States wants to see a re- London, and Paris, Brussels, The acting as the sponsoring power
treaty will go through on time has armea Germany—but approves the Hague. and other capitals, present- though at the time Mr. John Foster
already been replaced by alarn cheme for the development of an ing views. asking for objections, Dulles toured the British Common-
In a strange inverted manner, the ventual “European Army” under preparir drafts. In each case the wealth it was not clear to the pub-
Russians appear to have made joint command The British United States would be the spori- lic, or to the British Parliaments,
their poir They have put on a Government is doubtful of the sor of the treaty. It would ask for that the results of his soundings
jemonstration that the United p! resources bein ailable pecial objections from e¢ -oun- i be anyth more than a
States i pushing thr ! the Germany in he will try in tu I -dress c \ re a draft
treat i n instrume 1 a Eur Arm) objecti it differe one I be dis¢ ind amende
t policy. At the te willing t tch it each’ « But the case é é
M. Gromy} has had hi ‘ n The French view nake th G ny







fron.
own



The British Council
Answers

By E. B. TIMOTHY

LONDON.

Why does the British Council operate in|

for|

ia

to}

the Colonies? The Council’s Report
1950-51, issued recently, gives this answer :
explain to Colonial peoples those aspects of

British civilisation, knowledge of which is not |§

naturally transmitted through the adminis-
trative link, and to aid, by the sharing of
Britain’s educational, social and administra-
tive experience, that progress towards self-
government which Britain is pledged to|
maintain.”

The Report emphasises that the initivete;
of transmitting that knowledge varies from
yne Colonial territory to another. In East}
Africa, Mauritius and Fiji, for example, the,
emphasis is on racial relations while in West
Airica, it is education through discussion
groups aided by library services.

In the West Indies, the emphasis is on
‘adult education, social welfare and local
administration; also on growing local inter-
ast in the arts. In Hong Kong, Malaya and
Singapore,
and sociological subjects.”

What does the Council do for Colonial
students in Britain ?

has not yet come
can quickly find, their feet in Britain,” The
Report admits that despite the efforts of |
the problem of Colonial students welfar«
have been touched,
increased difficulties of it

the student,

ial students.

During the year under review, the British
Council met 1,900 Colonial students, person-|
half of these were}

ally on arrival in Britain;
yrovided with accommodation and nearly
all of the students were assisted in their in-

troduction to the English way of life or, as
the Report puts it— “to do in Rome as the|

Romans do.”

the suitable channels are “civics|¥

In the opinion of the Council, “the time
when Colonial students|

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voluntary organisations, only the fringes of|

The war years and the|
is
stated, have complicated the problem of pro-|
viding adequately for the welfare of Colon-

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A First Novel
A

—By A Man Who May
Be Pope
By JOHN REDFERN

THE Foundling (Hutchinson, 98. 6d.) is
a first novel by Cardinal Francis Spellman, of
New York, who many Americans believe
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Cardinal Spellman offers a draught like
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finds a live baby in a corner of the Christmas
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ral, New York. » “And while the snow was
falling, a city dreamed, a cabby smiled, and
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left arm,”

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Plaintiffs’ Counsel Address Court All Day

In Christian Mission (NEW AMHASSADOR

| SPECIFY ©

ot

Dea th | Due To e 2
Misadventure “EVER IT E

AN EIGHT-MAN jury returned a verdict of “death du
to misadventure” when the inquiry into the circumstances
irrounding the death of Katherine Hall of Westbury Road, { A S B E $ TO S * C c M FE N T
St. Michael, ended before Mr. G. B. Griffith, Ag. Coroner oi |
District “A”
Katherine Hall was one of the occupants of the moto:

car X—697 which overturned on Dayrells Hill Road, St
George. Four witnesses gave evidence yesterday CORRUGATED SHEETS



Chancery Suit

TWO OF THE chief points which were stressed by Mr
W. W. Reece, K.C., counsel for plaintiffs in the Christian
Mission Chancery suit, Barrow and others versus Hoyte
and others, yesterday before The Hon. The Vice Chancellor,
Sir Allan Collymore, were that Rev. Larrier was always a
member of the Mission and that when the rule said that a
meeting of the Representatives was to take place in Jan-
uary, that was only directory.






He held that it did not mean Hall, d shter-in-law of
that for a good reason the meet- 0n—power to meet—was in the Katherine Hall, said that she left Milton Gibson said that on Sep
1g could not be held at a later "epresentatives. Oist it about 12.30 p.m on Sep- tember 3, he left Oistin about 1:
late. Mr. Reece addressed the He submitted that where there tember 3 by a motor car driven by HOCH and drove the motor ca AND
Court all yesterday and will con- W&S the usual form of notice, that one Milton. She went to Crane *—697 to Crane Beach and then
tinue his address today. 1 notice should be complied with Be and then to Bathsheba to Bathsheba. The car is owned by

1 > . . -
eft Bathsheba at about 5.30 Mrs. C. A. Coppin. Katherine Hal:

p ; that day by the same cat Handell Hall and Handell’s wife 66 ve |
ar sometime after the ene WER 1 RNA |
i { at a shop. Another motor Pere . | | | 3 | i |
car stopped at the shop. She and Tyre Blows

ie ira t the shop He drove the car from Bath
Re ena . I sheba about 6.30 p.m. and his nex,
\bout five minutes after leaving

AD tt ee amie stop was at a shop on the top ©
shop, the car was approach jiorse Hill. Handeil and his (han

ng a curve. That was on Dayrells 4 ; ; ;

Hill. The driver of the car she oc. {)° u's), wife had drinks at th A S B E S T O $
iioted a ete little t shop. He went into the shop bu:

EN ae oa oe a i i. x had no drink

ae S ae or a eepe ree, Another motor car M-—193.

ing car. He had to swing off, and arpa . Ao cn
rm winging off he. was going °°™ up and caught his car whil the WT FA
tov ia teleohor i. it wag parked at the shop. He let ;

ns, 4. eae Eee the shop behind M—1933, and o1

Door Opens reaching a curve in Dayrells Hil
The driver swung off the tele- he met the motor car M—208:
phor pole and the car's door “ ith bright lights and off its side

fell it of the car. The car emt and in the meantime, his left PEEL LPL EEL LLLP LEA SPY
travelled for a little distance and ae tyre blew ; » |
turned over he motor car yecame uncon oii ‘ lala
In answer to the foreman of tYellable and was (going towards ¢ Vm? M7 t |
aan |

oints were in answer to argu- unless reasonable conditions ob-
nts raised by Mr. G. H. Adams, tained and made it impossible to
’s counsel. comply with the forms or notice
This case has been going on for 4? argument might be put for the
long time now. The Court has tu sual form or a notice, but once
a declaration as to who was sumething happened to hamper
‘ral Superintendent of the ‘&t, a reasonable one would bé
Christian Mission during 1949 and sufficient.
1950 and who is the present Gen- , 4 mistaken method was given
eral Superintendent. Crowds of i evidence as to the convening ot
the Mission’s members, mostly ‘Me, meeting of the churches, th:
women, have been taking up every 8!V1N& notice in the Christian
ivailable seat in the Court during Mission Herald, he said.
every day of hearing. They bring The Hon. The Vice Chancel-
along lunch and after a hearty Jor reminded him that the Act
eating during the break, sit down Sid, In such time and place and
with all interest again to listen by such notice as shall be pro-
to arguments whicia help to decide vided for in the bye-laws. The















SHEP he oF aiue tabmenk te bye-laws said in January. opened back. Her mother-in-law He pulled away to avoid an acc
them Mr. Reece argued that that oe
was directorial only. The meet-
‘ Laws Quoted ing was not obliged to be held
Yesterday with Mr, Reece quot- in January, but if something
ing lengthy passages from various happened which prevented it poe oy ee, eee. Heer the road. tn pulling away. fron

the road. In pulling away fror
the pole, the car grazed along ar
embankment, Katherine Hall, whc

law books to try to strengthen his from being held then. it could be
arguments, it could not have been held in December if necessary.
very amusing to them, but though That, of course would only be in

mother-in-law, Katherine Hall,
fell from the car before it

YOULL BE

turned over. On her way from

ifter the break there was no other an extraordinary cas aa Bathshe she » was sitting at his right, began t 7 a
= y case. jathsheba, she did not hear any , Y ‘Wm
prospect than hearing Mr, Reece : y SIR ALVARY DOUGLAS FREDERICK GASCOIGNE ; noise from the pine ae mother- catch at the door trying to get ou DELIGUIED N
ay ¢ ’ > : § LEDER +ASC 3, newly s + re ee ; Se |

read on, they still returned in full Rev. Padmoore’s Expulsion ed British Ambassador to Moscow at the Foteian Sion etter ta in-law was sitting in the front Fr a = ard d along the ei |

force, . appointment. He succeeds Sir David Kelly, who reaches retiring age of the car with the chauffeur inally, the car went into th on ra ’ 1 |
Mr. Reece is associated with Mr. sacle be was that Rev. this month. In the second world war Sir Avery caetted an heh The car was a left hand drive, trench and werner " —— _— !
> 4 é yays been : > > sneral at Tangie O4F : as Von . The > car rer >

J. S. B. Dear, instructed by Messrs. id always been a member General at Tangier. In 1945 and 1946 he was Political Representative She did not know whether the When the car overturned

Hutchinson & Banfield. Mr. Adams oy the Mission. In the case, he in Japan, with the rank of Minister.—BXPRESS. oad was wet Katherine Hall was not in it
is associated with Mr. D. H. I — on Padmoore moved that Corporal Elton Walters, attached She was about 25 feet away ir

leet Aer at \. > @ ~ ; : : s Avve
Ward instructed by Messrs. Car- rrier be expelled from the

7 , Mission though such st ales T 7 _ : . ~d th | self
rington & Sealy. . 4, should have e I “k + W ~ d that on the night of Septem- ear overturned with himst
ington é ealy come from the Srperintendent and umber OCKS ater ronl ber 3 he went to Day relia Hill in Handell and Handell’s wife in
Mr. Adams had previously nd up with the consent of the consequence of a report that was side x
argued that the meeting held in Board. OVER 160,000 feet of lumber were on the waterfront of the ™®@¢ He got there about 4.10 . Gibson said that the lights from]

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to District “A” Police Station, the road behind the car. The

January 1949 at which Rev. In any case, only the corporate





‘ <,
PLLC LEAP OP PPE LILA ft ilgijthgte?







t e a ; srs the oncoming car affected his | @& ‘
k ; inner basin of the Careenagve ve er is an eg P.M. to see the motor car X—679 : ¥
Barrow is supposed to have been body could have removed Rev of the h ue at ep ‘ = enage yest rday lhe greater part jving on its right side in the left ©¥es He did not know’ wher x
appointed General Superintend- “arrier from being a member of re fumbe was pitch pine while part was British Col- putter facing Hothersal Turning. Katherine Hall fell out of the car ]%
ent was not a proper meeting and the corporation. That was not a ombia fir. The left front and rear wheels of He was. driving at about thre« st
therefore Rev, Barrow’s appoint- matter for a select body. The select ree The 160,000 feet of lumber were the car were resting on an em- feet from the gutter on his side] %
1e J . > é y é } } t ry : ‘ , 1 nf R i 25 Ss > Py y . , ‘ . yt , .
~e eee we The usual nee g had not the authority to do (== what remained of approximately bankment which was 5 feet 6 inch- ®Nd at about 25 miles per hour % FOR SOFTER WOOLLENS BRIGHTER SILKS
e convene the nat unless they were nominated 00,000 feet of fir and 400,000 feet es hat N Rattle %
meeting had not been given. by the corporate body for that ° : e : pine which arrived in Stns H } % ec hat he * 1VD ALL YOUR DAINTY WAS
3esides this the churches had to purpose. . , ilm Previ ‘ B over the past three Blood Stain e told the foremén, that he wa JX AL ALL ASH
send their representatives to cw v The gutter was 4 ft. 7 ins. wide certain the door was closed be 1%
vote at the election, having pre- Mr. Adams said that he would » : and | tt. 5% ins. deep. At a dis- cause he would have heard a ra . G :
viously told the seauanbetatves prevent a waste of time by with. I ostponed i tally clerk said yesterday that tance of 30 ft. 10 ins. to the rear tle if it were not closed. He coul * On Sale at all Leading Stores
7 . . 2 . - t} t > > c ‘
for whom they ha . The drawing then his . pike ith fine weather—provided that the « 1e saw § ‘od. ste not remember seeing the doo]y
‘ Ph honey ane ean ~ Z “vd fasedat’ be hee, waaee es BEN THE date of the film pre there is room in the lumber yards whit va 6 ft 3 in = na the opened and he heard the repor 56S CSP EEL LLL LLLP ALLE PLIST
against their churches’ instruc- Members, It Mek bee acct visye Ge OCA de fin the wiyrt will be clear of the sitter, Hi found a tyre mark 179 When the tyre blew out. He hac | s=e-seeeeeeeeee = SSS
. arguec ‘ ‘ " lumber around early wok. .& a ty é ‘ ; s ES a
tions; otherwise their votes Successfully that they were oti) which was to have taker lumber around early next week. feet from where the car was over- not taken any drink for the day } ‘

place at Harrison Co se at It is now almost five months that Brathwaite said tha

would be disqualified. Mr. Members. He was willing to w ‘ i : turned and the tyre mark ended Reginald

c ¢ ‘ s with- A ae ~ he wharf has not been completely : Pa re ,
Adams held on this strength draw that as he had an even 3 p.m. on 25th of September clear of lumber. As soon os one Where the car was lying, Milton the motor car X ONT “passed ns HARR S © N S Broad St
that as Rev. Barrow had not Stronger point in that they had owing to the non-arrival of Gipson told him that he was the in the motor car M—-1933 on Day-}| I ’

shipment was being got rid of, an-



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been nominated by any of the ot been nominated. the films has been postponed other shipment arrived. driver. rell's Hill When he got past the \

churches, he could not possibly Mr. Reece went on quoting fom A further announcement One of the chief handicaps in Cpl. Walters told the foreman curve, he saw X-697 overturned j

have been voted for. the English Law reports and other will be made later in the getting the lumber oti the wharf, that the road was dry when he He took the deceased to the Gen-f) ~ ‘ - ret - 4

{It was claimed that what had law books to substantiate his Press, the tally clerk said, is the fact that got there, The left front tyre of ral Hospital. & i aoe Ki- i AKING
made the meeting illegal was the arguments. He will continue his most of the lumber yards are the overturned motor car had He was driving his motor cai ‘

blocked, The lumber yard clerks jhree punctures and was blown at a steady speed of about 20
tell them that there is limited or ot, Part of the rim of the blown m.p.h., while the motor car X—-69

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was exten- not see when a smaller car passer
was a left X-—697. The lights from the smal
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tian Mission Heral y t an ~ 7 coh ‘ rg’ \ ;"
; . ruled 3 lies Sy pyre Fe ye In The Howse i oday o space for ocking the lumber out tyre was slightly dented. The was doing about 30 m.p.h, He dic N @ 4
1 a not 1g and so the lumber h to remain} ft ( irive F
1ad io be published sometime be- Fire Destroys When the { \ he waterfront ; : ‘ 7 Bee: “Ther »
fore. nd ‘ F The t y clerk felt eee , 7 ‘ .
Y neet today th is ae . 7 ae ! al right curve going down, The motor car which he met, did no
Churches Not Voting House And Car resumed on th 1 Oe LEER ee era ee ana cha ve car overturned on its right side affect him. It was about 6.30 p.m
Mr. Reece had addressed for A fire of k ie Bill to amend ries i ni ae pp the tyre marks were on the when the accident oceurred OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE
, 4 ; ss ee, re of unknown. oriyin + Act, 1947 presen nay : aes icht e. They ypeared to be The Coroner summed and_ the
nore than three hours on the last Ebenezer, St. Pp Aachen. { ‘ ld be a g time before it right sia : ‘DI
er, St. Pili Among other 1 isul ) hich Wwe ' > 4 iain i rx 307 ins “ne . dict
lay of hearing ane continuing yes- about 12.30 i ls ee sty con iderets tL ee be given al would become congested again the tyre m irks of X 697 Lond Ahad ecbc Mit inl Pb _ PUBLIC GENERALLY ARE
terday, he said that the meeting destroyed a double-roofed oe tee Second reading of a Bi to
« ¢

for the election of a Superintend- and snmingled house, size 18 by 99 amend the Public Health A¢

ent was not a meeting of the by 8% feet, 1908 ie ue August ;

Churches, but one of the Repre- Household furniture and si Second reading

Rainfall Above The Avera
sentatives of the churches, The cylinder Humber q amend the Old

“ar f E é 2P ; . e
churches were not voting, but the insured for £950, oe Wee 1937 Director Of Agriculture

, —— . Iroperty :
representatives were, and if the Ralph Linton were Pit Bhs Second reading of Bill to

TO NOTE THAT ALL OUR
” r
chyruhes wate ecutled te alt in the Destroyed in the blaze was a radio make oars provision for Local s See at ob end tee trae Due to the prolonged reap- was for supplying, but only 4% i} RETAIL DEPARTMENTS WILL
background, here would 92 no battery value >” s hah Government in the island he a age tot . 4 a a ceniaete th a > ‘re } > were ante idd ~
need for the representatives, Alexcalidar Seshet ae can A Second reading of a_ Bill to the island for the month of ing of this yest s cane crop, th ng aed As gl gph Pee” BE CLOSED FOR THE PURPOSE
i]

RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED









encourage the fishing indu August, 1951, was well above the ratoons, on whole, are some-











Mr. Adams made objections at Philip, ‘, ss 2 ¢ sual at st onth’s report Plantations
age > at > » the isl: : g rage states the Yirector of what shorter than is usual at ie month's ey antations r . ‘ ;
ue wa ie aio ae kis ae Meader Priv ite ~mibe B ; " it - There + 4 heavy this season, but are n¢ vertheless 15, peasants 121 Y%4; total 136% IF ST OCK-TAKING ON
its AY ; saath i ane aie Arr t sd Cl 1 ness’ Mr, Allder may mo he 7 ek listribute a howers on #reen and in good condition I'he crop which was pe
i what he was then holding were L este € re iret Ripe fe " i pee : and widely dl aEeUS Pane eaily has come on well, anc r
his pleading Ene largec prerernae mate acai 0 the Gov the 8th, 2ist, 26th and 3ist and Food Crops many growers have made use o I I JESDAY 25th SEP Jig






yernor



In many area heavy rains also



1 Mi eee ; that in uc h , On Saturday Carlton Brewsteré and taking over by Government 7.) potween the 5th and 18th short plantings of yams and th ulphate of immoria ven 2
OSE) yee. ek are pear Oe: OF a) Taylor's Gap, Martindales[{gof all estates in the island owned ° A ‘ rainfall returt eet potatoes have occurred in W® supplied to growers In + WEDNESDAY 26th
» z ke “ , — 7 Accordl 3 ( a € ou , » - < ,
the Court to make a decision. Road, was arrested and chargedâ„¢oy absentee proprietor According ; ituated preparation land as a result of | hilip by the Barbados Co si

ig Reece’s next porat was that oe inflicting grievous bodily Mr. Mapp may move the }j - rec 7 from 42 Sanat a tegories (ne extended sugar cane reaping oot Cotton stag Te: i
the Secretary should not have a harm on Myrtle Garner -. ing of an Addres relating to in the various ralnt aVeG , ai rage de- Pleasing to recorc mat news wat
é AL zarner of Har- ing i ACE avin total ison, but these acreage de eceived from the United Kirty-

THURSDAY 27th es,

averi



4 py » y. e V« he
right to the casting vote. The mony Hall Land, Hindsbury Road, locally grown crops and the divid- of the Island, the ciencies are being made up with





Secretary was not necessarily a St. Michael. ing on a co-operative basis among caitfall for the month ere jitional sowing: of Indian “om that all of the core one
representative and yet although it Garner, who was along Perry persons of local descent, all lands 1n¢ hes. The average total Oe ine 3 was of the first grade and nm =o au and
was for repressntatives to vote, Gap with a friend on the night of owned by absentee proprietor August, 1950, was 10.01 inches; the ales were marked down. A
the Secretary was allowed to give July 6, was wounded, Mr. Branker may move t yasS- average 601 gust for the Cotton Seed Distribution bonus of Se. per Ib., is to be



{

7.36 inche i poid to growers during the
Distribution of cotton seed for month of September Up to the



tir othe 100 years WwW

total rainfall

PAYMENTS AGAINST ACCOUNTS
hie" mosth, the majority of whict observed, ff «© WILL BE ACCEPTED AND RE-
CEIPTS ISSUED. ON THE DAYS
fina .
!

the casting vote. Such a rule we * ing of an Address rel : )
not right. payment of an annual Christmas ,yeras





bonus to all Government em- . tne the eight

He argued that the selected body : is
bad ho power whatever 1p exte WATER POLO pies January to August, 1951, js, $2

tever to extend ae
the franchise to persons other than i average :

those mentioned in the Act, keep- POSTPONED pr Srrenponelng | ey mona



SSS aaa



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MENTIONED i









v ° ° + ' 1 5 A Pi {
ing in mind at all times that un- p Stabbing Inquiry ‘or, the year 1950, wa
der the bye-laws there w: The Barbados Water Polo os srciias Ra J H H
a ove . ‘ oan ve — Association with six more league 4 lj I in kivereal ast Arrived! i
epresentative for each church and games to play and the Knock 10. The highest total for August ‘
one for every twenty-five m= ( : , ore « Adpournec 1081 i 1 the abovemen- OT
bers. ; rit. Tae Sak ae piece ah aioe : 1961, at aay of the oeevetsod| a FRESH SHIPMENT OF f& THE ABOVE NOTICE DOES NO4

ave ha O postpone all games Further inquiry into the ¢ : et di @ tati in ‘
hin WMinalom Sharalé at the Aquatic Club for approxi- cumstances surrounding the death inches, measured at a sion a PURINA CHOWS APPLY TO THE S.P.C.K. BOOK STORE
Becauthe the churches were sutm- ° —, one week. yf Norrna Haswell, 18, who died ae evans wh Sif re ‘tne hes a ~~ prey fe Ores a
s § 2S ¢ > * gor es ata ‘ 7 ¢ tarde and 1e owest Vas oe tye , J iN ‘
moned through a notice in the pute er rauiran eller ae Pa ne a a maa ecorded at a_ Station in the a ALSO WHICH WILL BE OPEN FOR....
Christian Mission Herald and the jeq 4 Nac a Sey oe ie ee a ae of St, Philip
i : ah © league can be re-started, Certain September 7, was adjourned by Parish of me ‘ ‘ 7h y ’ JSINESS AS USU

Herald went out of existence, the other repairs to their gear have
object of the statute would not be already been effected but the G. B. Griffith, yesterd ntil Sugar Cane @
a peeeey rae of this. association did not have enough pm. on Thursday sae z

epresentatives could be sum- time to complete repairs before The * Corone id that the The plant cane crop is growin J ° °
moned in any other reasonable the teams returned from their Police » still y rein; nvestiga- vigorously and, many Reis all. pon Jones & Co., Ltd.—Distributors.
manner. In the case, the jurisdic- tour of Trinidad. tions heavy crops are already develop- a









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% they have been informed by their Principals that due to the high % PLAIN”
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x : , % ‘samuel Roberts, Gospel a
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% and Warehouse expenses INCLUDING OVERTIME will be for 3 | » Tomato Juice $
% account of Consignee, and will be collected from here. % | Hamburger Steak 3
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x Bills of Lading will have to be presented at the Offices (not x era 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPK ONE 2508

ent| FOR SALE









































Ex-gagen
awmnour » € x
re s $200 fc amt we
in 50 and 6 cent oor pas <. — Minincum charge week 72 cents and
addit I cash Phone 250g] 9 cents Sutdays 3% words — over 2%
betweer 45 2113 for Death | “OTds 3 cents a word week—4 centa a
Notices 4 pw wort on Sundays;
: t f incement of
I we Acknowl 3 .
e ‘ os AUTOMOTIVE
$1 50 jay is ESSE nie
os a o and CAR- 1erican Austin 7. New tyres
x t k-days and! Phone 8675 19.9.51—t.f.n.
t er Ww i «¢ s for each |
wane ¢ CAR—Fiat 1949, 1,509. Very good
. on, reasonably priced. Phone 4682
Sa aaa ene 23.9.51—3n
IN MEMORIAM CAR—One Morris 12 H.P. Five good
tyres. Reasonable price Apply: Cos-
Selo er 8291 22.9.51—3n.
ot : benstesak 4 f aoe ————
Stee Reece this, Ge tat CAm te Wades Mead Grive Done
¢ ptembey t ee Sedan. Condition perfect tyres as new
Gone frem this orld one year ago} Price reasonable Can be seen at Silver
To find relief from pain and woe Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4226
Safe with ang whiter than snow }J. Jackman 19.9, 51—Gn
tching for dear ones Malling blow. |
f Dunca (son), Edna MOTOR CYCLE—One Triumph Speed
ter-in-law ¢ grand-son Twin 5 H.P.-Moter Cycle Very little
brothe Miiltice iste used Perfect condition Consult Cecil
25.9.51—1 Jemmott, 33, Broad Street. Phone 4363
25.9.51—1n



GOOCDRID



ELECTRICAL







FOR RENT -PUBRLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate Mne on week-da

vs

and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,

T ~< minimum charge $1.52 on week-days
HOUSES and $1.80 om Sundews,









AGE SEVEN

- SHIPPING NOTICES

AvSTRAGIA. NEW LCL PLE ASS,















The most popu'ar, most



MONTREAI




















e ZEALAND LIN LIMITED »
MANZ Line) ‘ “MV DAERWOOD will &
ieehnninticnsepni inca | enjoyable way to travel S cnaers “tor §
BEDROOM—Large 00! bedroom furn- S.S. “Pus ADELAIDE cheduled | % i : ada, and Art &
ished or unfurnished at Holywoed Corner ~ il fres fobsrt September 25th, ae St. Vineen
+o be ate Apply before REAL ESTATE s Metbourme October 4th, Sydne October 8 aTth inst
a my after pr h, Gladstone Oct 16th Aima | € r NEKA will ae-
25.9 Si—in | ONE _BOARD AND SHINGLE HOU SE; me O«tober a Brie t x cept ar Passengers for
with Shop attached. Built with Pine } ———— = riving tr % Dominics Antiqua Montserrat,
} RUNGALOW ON LONG LEASE material in good condition Tweedside | and Barbados ? & Net and Kitts. Sailing Fri-
| BUNGALOW —One new! built Bunga- | Road. At present occupied Joseph St WIA In addition to general cargo th > dy 22th &
‘ow on St. James Coast, (7 miles from | Bill. Harold Proverbs &o Lta ; e!| has amp! t for chilled an . {V “CARIRBER i) ac-
town! Fully furnished, 3 bedrooms, | 22.9 51—2n frozen care nD ‘ x arg i Passenger for
| 2 toilets and bath All modern cor | fargo accepted on thfough Bills of | & 1 1 F Montserrat,
| veniences. Private. beach, good neat HOUSE—In yood condition 18 x 10. | FAV AMERICAN cling fe ansshipr at Triridad to ~ Ne and Kitt Sailing Fri-
bathing Dial 2472 25.9.51—ir,. | Dial 3309 23.9. 51—2n La . h Guisna, Leeward and Windward % das 1 oO ber, 1951
Essay wre eesti taiipaed eatesianaes ands , ,
CLIFTON TERRACE—Ty an approves | Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called | ae 3 For further particulars apply x B.W.I ssenenaumie PE, NERS
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. | “WESTON”. (the residence of the late. ‘ : guile j Pu 5 'RNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., anc 1% Conate a. Tie. 3 4047
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali | Mrs. Norman Bascom). situate in| <4 DaCOSTA & CO. LTD ix a avr ab
modern conveniences. Appty on premises. STRATHCLYDE, st Michael The | E Trinidad, Barbados, {| x x
3.8.51—tfn | House stands on 16,770 square feet of BWI B.WiI ‘39990900000 PIO SST:
nnn land, and comprises Closed galler.
FLAT—One (1) Purnished Plat at Blue | drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &« |

Waters Terrace, containing Three Bed-



by public competition at our office

Jam

Se
HELP

teniber instant at 2 o'clock p.m
i YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors










our be . oe ai 5 een eres a
ee au nels CROSLEY REFRIGERATOR New |
oe - 5 U.S.A. 1 ¢. ft. $595.00. Dial 4616.

Asleep in God's beautiful garden, ourtesy Garage 19.9.51—én
Free from ail toil and care 7 ie ae eee ee ee
, Peewee your raky at ie PORTABLE A.C.D.C. WELDER
hia tae ee esa 3 10- Amps. Apply: John Lamming
f we hope to meet you there oll , 25.9. Slt

Ermie (daughter-in-law) An Arthur | Manning & Co
a < Paut Step-daughter Elkin

Moore and Crissy Griffit is

| LIVESTOCK







One Alpine Mileh
for pure bred buck,
e kid eight months

| GOAT & KID

Goat young in kid,
also one Alpine
old Phone 2277.

HINDS—tIn Joving
joved mother Bertha’ Hind
parted this life Sept

Though her smile h

we ¢



23.9.51—2n,



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© BRIT. MARINE ENGINE 10 H.2
K. Corbin, c/o B.T.C. Paddock.

22.9.51—3n
-—_————

POULTRY

| ‘ a

PIGEONS—3 pairs good quality
kings. P. D. Maynard, Porters, St
James. Dial 2319 22.9.51—4n
Senne

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Oscar Hopplr Priesti who departed |
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AND SPANISH ASH
St. Joseph. Phone
25.9.51—2n
reading glasses
Clarke, 12 James St
25.9.51—I1n
—_—_—_—————
“NSSEN" STEEL BUILDINGS. These
buildings are covered externally with
corrugated steel sheeting and internally



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erence.
VACANCY exists in reputable firm in
Trinidad for Budget Officer having the



Together with the messuage or dwelling

; downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and batn
rooms and all modern conveniences. | room, upstairs, Garage and servant's
Ring 344. Mrs. F. Bo Armstrong rooms in yard. Electricity, yas, anu

25.9.51—t ¢ Government Water installed
Inspection any day, except Sunday,

{ by appointment with Mrs Maynard

‘ Alider, Dial 2670,

WANTED The property will be set up for sale

Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep-

on

|
at

15.9. 51—1¢
enero

SALESMAN with some experience of The undersigned will offer for sale
Dry Goods Dept Smart lad of goox | public competition at their Offic
education and appearance, and anxiou ae tts nt lg ty Bridgetown, _¢
to succeed, will receive every encourage. | Hy .s — th day of October, 1951

ment. Apply: J. W. Potter & Co Ltd |" sae . =. .
Marhill Sts - 9 ACRES, 3 ROODS, 2% PERCHES «
eat 38.9.51—2n lend (formerly part of a place calle
Cene Garden) situate in St Luc

following qualifications :—Higher Cer- house thereon known as “BENTHAMS
tificate or equivalent educational stan. | #54 the outbuildings thereto

derd. Intermediate grade certificate in The dwellinghouse contains Open
Book-Keeping or Accountancy . At least | Ver@ndah, closed Verandah, Drawin
5 years’ commercial Book-Keeping and |°"4 Dining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitche
Accountancy experience, Experience jn | "4 Pantry

preparation of Financial Reports, Profit}, The house is wired for Electricity, »







& Loss statements, Balance ‘Sheets ‘the current is not turned in, although

Budget preparation and Statistical work. | t%€ Company's wires pass within close |

Age 2 to 30 years Apply stating | Proximity

salary required to “ZZZ" c/o Advocate Inspection any day except Sundays
22.9.51—4;," ' between the hours of 2 Pom. and 5 por

Sine taheh rs in ta | For further particulars and conditior

VACANCY exists in reputable firm in|! Sale apply to

Trinidad for a competent Lady Secre- COTTLE, CATFORD & CO

tary to Executive. Only those fully | 25.9.51—~Tn

Quulified with first-class experience and

capable of taking shorthand at 120

words or over,

ber minute, need apply
photograph to “XXX”
, 22.9.51—4n

|ADVERTISE
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Marhill Street, Dial 5001 PROPERTY FOR SALE with
22.9.51—3n

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ater | Ten cents per agate line on week-days Tne ih 2: - Q. Coy continues specialists training. “A & “B" Coys at
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nea a Jie, Rabon lots and $1.80 on Meade on week-days ae Platoon’s course continues on Monday s, Wednesdays and Thursdays
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| Sep S
a » Reeruits
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a) ° x TAKE NOTICE that I, Lessee of the 51. at 1600 hours. The remainder will continue weapon training
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x Removal Notice | above Plantation am about to obtain a , x aie on a” AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WERK
g $ | loan of £500 under the provisions of the ‘ “ 2
s. . > a . Orderly Officer 2/Lieut. C. G. Peterkin
% | above Act against the said Plantation, in ie 7S ;
& x respect of the Agricultural year 1951 to Nexi tannaue Serjeant #07 Sit. Quintyne, L.G
. : | 1952 ’
% Miss OLGA COSMA % No money has been, borrowed under the Orderly Officer Lieut. T. A. Gittens
. ‘ , rric ie M inte Orderly Serjeant 409 Sjt. Reid, N.E
8 (Hairdresser) D1 Ate ae ee ee oe sg rng ahove| 3. CONDEMNATION BOARD
% x eush | wear a | The Commanding Officer has appointed the following Officers to be on a
2 Begs to notify her clients ¥| "pated this 22nd day of September 1951. Condemnation Board .
oa - “Vj x B. L. SEALE | President Major L. A. Chase
$ that she now resides in- x _ Member a/Lieut. C. G. Peterkin
% cent,” Corner of Tweedside % 22.9 51—3n Member ; 2/Lt H. Clarke
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% and Goddard’s Road. . . M. L, D. Skewes-Cox, Major,
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x 29,9.51 in, & The road leading from the foot of | The Barbados Regiment
& x Joes River through Spring Field to the NOTICE
$9OOO S099 99999996509) | COrNer Of Bissex Hill Plantation is closed | There will be a Mess Meeting of the Officers’ Mess at 2015 hours on Saturday
PP DIDO FOOD FOO OOOO | 55 vehic ilar traffic ‘until further notice. | 29 Sep. 51. The tennis court is open to Officers every Sunday and Wednesday
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HOL PERSONAL ait SA. Headley | Tinitahitini:te ehhe. ty smngt a
2/it. S. I. Smith ’ econded to Nos, | & 3 Coys Cadet
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IVY ROAD, ST MICHAE1 ——— } Excellency the Governor wef 1 Sept, 51
2. APPOINTMENT
Proprietress The public are hereby warned against 361 Pte. Griffith, C. L. Appointment temporarily on Permanent
: Riving credit to my wife, Pearl Barnes Staff wef 1 Sep. 51
M ( CUMBERBATCH (nee Holder), as I do not hold myself| 3 LEAVE—Sick
T neil 1559 responsible for her or anyone else con- | Lieut. P. L. C. Peterkin Granted 3 weeks’ sick jeave wef 13
tracting any debt or debts in my nan e) Sept. 51.
NES, unless by a written order signed by me. | M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
ALSO EVAN BARNES, S$.0O.L.F. & Adjt. The Barbados Regiment
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Windward Score Intermediate Victory

Ketn Contests in B.G. Reply With
All Other Games 178 Without Loss

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WINDWARD scored an outrigh s ictory in the Wind © From “3 Heivier comedies omnis Wild
ward—Barbados Regiment Intermediate cricket match ige survived but t » Atkinson and Marshall Stull
which ended at the Garrison on Saturday. Regiment ore a low off break from Atkinson kept up a good host
needed 51 runs for victory but were bowled out for 37 R Cnase caught him in front playing pace. Greenidge was given

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ward took six wickets for 13 runs sending | to the pavilion. end with the score at 113. sortment of
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first day and were bowled out for ae : Holder now associated in a ninth 4 and he too completed his half
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to an end, On Saturday the re- eedecsae aad ‘a ing down the wicket to a Gaskin the bowling. He jumped into a!
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r M 10rnton captured Clarke b R. Farmer 4 ( winger Leslie Wight at Marshall between Atkinson and |f}
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: Windward in their second inn- [gnmsel stpd. (wkpr.) b Thornton 4 ‘ ore Barbados 398 for 9, the pads with the next delivery;|
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round performance, topscored with Seren Sy, se kn ¢ After Lunch A neat push down the leg side |]
23. No other player reached dou- Richards stpd. b R. Farmer 0 Barbado innings closed for three by Wight gave B.G. 150]
ble figures, Extras 1 two balls after lunch without runs in 163 minutes and Gibbs}
Watts was the most successful Tot tion to the prelunch»score of turned into the 90 stretch on the S d
wler for the Regiment. He sent Bradshaw took a_ terrific way to his century. ' i} ” td.
iown 1 , overs and captured six BOWLING ANALYSIS fe , I wipe at a ball well up from eee peg oS ee ae |
wickets for 25 runs. Four of hi o 1 , G 7 + on | boot and Place o' yreenidge at re north-
: i it: “M. Farrer ; 6 }. Skin ruck i his b “ : st) ing tab em 7
overs were maidens. Regiment p mM. Farmer 4 ‘ pad there was no doubt at all ©& a iti Fees are ms a! 10-13 Broad St.
a’ i ne “ a ee eee Siemens : bout, the ell short by 14. Phillips con- Phorntor By ! had lasted for 382 min- 22owuMer X SUDPS at
i cane ial ~_ eats ’ “— ~~ he made his individual score 98 —
= mae : well en 14 but ri MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. EMPIRE tes \ smart turn to leg saw hi
other batsmen ailed miserably Empire Ist Innings 128 Leslie W it and Gibbs opened ,,, aa . + “175 n —
R. Farmer and Thornton were Mental Hospital ist Innings B.G’ Seas ine, Sine. a = his century in 175 min-|
" ; Vv. Boyee b Spooner 17 pee gee ele . S â„¢, utes. j
eee ll the collapse of M. Crichlow c (wkpr.) Jones b Atkinson from the southern end Barbados’ fielding at this stage eS
ne ‘ole iers. Farmer took six for 13 _ Prescod ; 13 and Bradshaw from the northern was getting ragged with overshies y
ans Thornton three for five in five ¢ Willers so wkpr.) Jones b end. The bowlers got a good pace and pickups that could be much| * *
eae G. Springer run out ff the wicket in the opening overs. cleaner. a
¥ At the Mental Hospital grounds V. Carter b Prescod Waleott made a desperate effort Gibbs’ plucky but not spectacu-| {
Empire met Mental Hospital. The ie pobece I bs Prescod , to hold a low snick in slip from ‘r century was very valuable to| dnillanten :< sinbeeimme
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first innings. At the close of play. ae &aaicins i Robinson (left) régained the middleweight championship of the world i few minutes for attention attack |
on the first Saturday, Mental Hos- ueivas P : by beating Randy Turpin (black shorts) in ten rounds of their 15 Soon after Greenidge misfielded He hit nine fours. With the| THEM GROW STRONG
pital were 83 for the loss of six round encounter. Here Robinson gets in a right-—EXPRESS. it mid-on with Gibbs yards down score at 102, Gibbs attempted a}
wickets. The Hospital team car- Total 120 Se ae ae tens eet withet>wten: Wight refusing pull off Holder but the ball came;
ried their score to 122, just one Sea ak ara Sad KE Cricket Sick Ave conan Perea the other way, Proverbs at gully | Thi k child h
short of the Empire first innings o.M RV wm = Sieh ee ; 94 T: “ec: holding the ball, but a stentorian | in weak children who need more A&D
total a: eee oS ge “ i ‘ % dae sors at oe ster na appeul for a catch was disallowed | Vitamins develop strong bodies, strong bones,
: £ ; » first bowling change, bringin ,U ; ; .
R. Chase was the outstanding ‘ ree r : I O l I L Wi , ‘f nm Mareisad tor sha She 0Y,Umpire Rollox. } strong white teeth and resistance to colds whea
> f. Ha 7 i S ty arsh¢ r Bradshaw at e : Pd eae +) sear} ‘
batsman for Mental Hospital. He G Amer i 8 MA our u rig l ims col e¢ enim rere a AG Br oe ice - Close of play saw B.G.'s score | you give them good-tasting Scott's Emulsion
ue ha : . : ‘ y E northern end. Bradshaw's first 178-0. Gibbs not out 105 and
scored a brilliant undefeated 38 Empire tnd Innings 5 bere ae ee , | regularl
Smee naa ae te “Bp. Bourne b R. Chase ’ Aa nth § pats inde 07; = e spell of figures were 4//15/0. Wight not out 70. | 8 y-
1 d up d F. Taylor b @ Knight w 4 he Seventh Series of the and made 92 arrison College, He did not seem to have worked Scores: — | more than just a toni
C. Prescod was the st suc- f£ - s Second Division Cricket games in reply, took their overwe st : Metab | just @ tonic
as most suc ory ¢ Knight b Crichlow f ply, k their erweek tir , e as ,
E. Amor Knig up as good a pace as show: BARBADOS FIRST ENNINGS | .
cessful bowler for Empire. He M. Armstrong ¢ (wkp Bene. es) COR to an end on Saturday, four score of 26 for one to 96 his parbados form. On the con- 1¥lor b Norman Wight 19 4 IT’S POWERFUL NOURISHMENT
sent down 13 overs and took five G. Springer out of the five matches played for 5 before declaring. Wander- 4... ating ne ling fast- tunis ¢ Camacho b Gaskin | " se :
wickets for 25 runs. C Spoun in oe Tones Rock b_V. Carter #5 ended in outright victorie rs in their second innings made wany Aticinson was bowling fast- proverbs © & b Patoir 55 | Scott’s Emulsion is a gold mine of natural
. > ‘ + Ob € K. Griffith b G. Springer 2 S last 4 1 ae oi 4 tact : r ; er and Taylor kept him on. Gibbs, fan: ec Leslie Wight b Patoir 62 | A&D Vi : : ‘ 28
took two for 25 while I. C. Harris HU. Wilson stpd wkpr.) Best b Sin ast Saturda Carlton 81 for 4 declared Rdb mn > had been farming ever since Marsiall stpd. b Chase 134 | & itamins. It’s a scientific, good-
Q : ¢ . . emi R. Rock cored an outright victor over nocked up 37 and T. A, Pierce ms h : Valcott smacho b Patoi: 7 i
and G. Amory took one each. ; ie aes Brassey eros 19 Lodge at Lodge On - Saturda 20 innings opened, suddenly burst ae t 7 _ ct b peat r a tasting tonic,
Empire were bowled out for &® conics A Oth oon a '- Ceeward, Empire and Police each College in their second inr nto aggression with a full-blood- Gree nidge 1b w. b Chase 0 i‘
3 scod b 1as ; ; - roriiaeaeanes : aa fry : . ; 4 of-arivea Se 3 tranke c ou 2
130 in their second innings. B. Cc. Spooner ¢ & b Chase 1 Ree ee ee Ae their matches : te 33 for the le f five wick- ed off-drive to the boundary off (oa Manes b Gaskin ... 4 / 7
Bourne topscored with 30 while wet En Cc rABe a Central and cts |when sti were drawn. Marshall Bradshaw I.b.w., b Gaskin 12 7
Maurice Jones contributed a bril- Hota) 0 Colle se Wa > pective ly a =m lass 1 and S te nade ten ea } Holder Bowls Extras (b 1, 1b. 1 2 | a B
liant quarter century. Other good : . ge~ Wanderers xture af the Sowlng for ine ay teen it~ Holder relieved Atkinson at the int : : Rf Mar ern 4
scores were by I. Harris 19, M. BOWLING ANALYSIS ati the ovat tnt in , wad yee ig res Cc " mi ah : “be er outhern end, the latter's figure (Leda f Pla“ > FOOD TONIC ,
Armstrong 18 and E, Barrow who Vv. Carter 6 “ ye At Foster's Y M.P.C ‘pl rved net Police Pc lice ‘in their t rst peng ee watt ae eT eae, a for 140 * f ? 268; € ‘ — . - :
0 he i d ‘ I ay i 4 , : os or 12 ‘or ; 5 for 268; 6
made 13 not out ! C. Knight eo8 ! Leeward. On the first Saturday innings made 79 for eight wicket: attention to the bag “paras build= ao. 7° for 379; 8 for 379; 9 for 384
Bowling for Mental Hospital e Boat * ; \ Y.M.P.C. knocked up 57. Leeward declared Combermere replied uP collecting aix uy the BOWLING ANALYSIS
R. Chase, after his good per- ™ melon 1 S » 9 veplied with 80, Last Saturday with 62. Last Saturday Police first over in seemingly comfor table Ciuehets a Ba
formance with the bat, took four Chase 5.5 1 14 4 Y.MP.C. made only 84 in ther Knocked up 111 for four wickets fashion. Holder’s next over yielded > " rat ie. ae
i " 1 ‘ aniack 9 28
for 14 in five overs and five balls. ; " : second innings. B, Archer top- jeclared in their second innings three runs and Taylor brought on geaforth 23 3 60
G, Springer captured two for 28 Ww AMD EAERS Yi, SPARTAN 18 scored with 41 and O, Burke made 8. Dodson made an undefeated 56 Branker in place at once. Bats- Wight 26 5 86
while Carter, Knight, Rock and Te a péua lat ckantnae % «MS. while C. Griffith knocked up 38 men scoring comfortably, put on ce cr i oo
Crichlow took one each for 26, 16, Spartan 2nd Innings ; Leeward needing only 61 runs not out 50 in 63 minutes and Taylor rang Since 560 40
38 and 11 respectively Mental 4. BD. Gittens 1b Shere 12 v3 pace y went i ane knocked Combermere a3 their second another bowling change at 70 runs, B.G's FIRST INNINGS
: ee , S. Parris c G. Skeete b V. Lew of 1e score for the s of one venture were bowled out for 35, > replace arshé . Ide; lL. Wight not out
Hospital now need 132 runs for fp © Matthews ¢ sub b G Skee 2 wicket, |Webster scored 34 not out ziving Police victory by 94 runs He repl aced Marshall with Holder & Gifs not out
victory and providing the wicket N. Wood ¢ Skeete b H. Ramsa and Jordan 30 Smith was the most deka? at the northern end. Extras (b 3
is good on Saturday, they should Wood ¢ (wkpr.) Lawless, b le Empire layed Central ut Vau owlet |for Poli - tz king taro Marshall's figures were ‘then
get the runs easily. wW i n Rune a proves bG, Skeete 26 luse F Central in their first inniy ge “kets for two tune in fous Weta. 8/2/11/0, but he only exchanged Total (for 0 wickets)
In the Wanderers—Spartan fix- £. McComie b G. Skeete 5 “€eered 57, Empire replied with The scores were as follows ends since Marshall was brought BOWLING ANALYSIS
ture at the Bay Wanderers need % F Kee see anna 3 98, Central took their second in- on at the southern end for Brank- ai °o M
151 runy for victory and still have % Meaford ¢ Proverbs b G. Skeete 1 nings’ over-week total of 95 for 5 EMPIRE vs. CENTRAL at er. Gibbs now set in forties ap- foe haw " 0
ten wickets in hand, j Extras 12 to 197, F. Storey scored a beauti Vaucluse proached 50 with a hard pull to \garchall 24 «(10
sDs t , ‘ke € sip f 9 g i J 1 33 ‘e 5 7 f O7 . y} the t > Oo £ Vv ) é { ] ole t | me > ve a» : f
opartun Knocked up 124 in thelt ois 139 pts und A. Nicholls 35. mes ASD ERS Rr Ae Ty amples 88 the square eg boundary off. full: ‘Holder ete . IMPERIAL LEATHER e@ LINDEN BLOSSOM e BLUE HYACINTH
first innmgs. Wanderer$ replied i eeding 157 ru ol ictory, and (for the loss of 6 wickets) toss from Holder. i ; 3 en
with 75. BOWLING ANALYSIS Empire snaa J for the | of lf Taylor, substituting at the wick- \y' are 2 0 o |
In their second venture last Oo. M R. WwW six wickets. L. Bynoe who made LEEWARD vs. Y.M.P.C. at Fosters’ et for Wood, yielded the first bye
Saturday, Spartan were bowled | Ram a a ee ts | “ me illiant v1 gs s eens n the . i ro 1a fea 84 Lee : rd 80 when the score was 70. He reached Ht T H ff B }
out for 139. S. Parris topscored Rolfe. 7. 13 | first innings, knocked up a valu- and (for the loss of 1 wicket) 66. 59 tickling one from Holder to 1 % oO eats
with 35. C. Wood made 32 and W. vy. Lewis 4 15 a ' ge yy Beker car gl . oa ae pa Re es a E at fine leg for a single, completing t Mt en
Jemmott 26 | tro) cat rae OMDErmere half a century in 98 minutes. ’ §
D “ Wanderers 2nd innings | Holder scored 44 not out while Police aiies Cy aan i : { J ‘ ;
: Bowling for Wanderers G. aq G& Seale not “out im) | L King took four for 32 =? aan oe ‘ } eh : a ay - Meanwhile the score was racing ack Gar er
Skeete took five for 40 and H. y. Lewis not out 2 Colle played Wanderer it! mere 6@ and 35 ‘ c ; towards a century without loss, 3 ae Ft
Ramsay three for 49 Extras 0} a llege Wanderers batted first TS Ue . but the tea interval won the race BERLIN, Sept. 24
y th § - | College, Wanderers batted first) WANDERERS vs. COLLEGE xt , ; Germany’s Hein Ten Hoff cap-
A. G. Seale and V. Lewis have Total (without loss) "7 | - Silex’ When play stopped, B.G. had put G ai 1. b ouidreiant
given Wanderers o good start in , ee ’ ; 98 ithout loss, Gibbs not out ‘urec the European eavy-welg
their second innings The Bay teant POW Lt fd WHAT’S ON TODAY | ' ee at ae ee (for 4 wkts ao Wight 38 . ° boxin® championship Sunday with
ir aS. ay Fi ° 1 eclarec ollege (for vkt “ et oe rer Britain’s
is 37 runs without loss, Seale five ; ‘ee 10 ‘ ‘ \ 96 : te f T r ¢ cut decision over Britain's
’ is Mkinase Police Courts 10,00 a.m. leclavred) 96 a (for the dass of After Tea er : } title
not out and Lewis 22 not out N. Medfoid 3 1 6 \ B ; wks) 33 re a it sna Jack Gardner who held the title
: on om ° ! Lristiz I aire WKS) ode lwo runs necessary 1 me : “4 -
So far Spartan has bowled six A. Gittens ‘ : : j ate aun Ch } CARLTON vs. LODGE at Lodce ei y were scored in the first % ce last February ;
bowlers but they all failed to break anor nag 4 waltheston - iE “ia | odge 82 and 47. Carlton 68 and over after resumption savin Hoff repeatedly pounded G d=
this partnership. 3. Perris 2 2 By "ais Rarbadde Tare | | (for one wicket) 24 taken 110 minutes to crmnle*e ‘er over the 15-round route—U.P.
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