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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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‘THE ALLIES and Golciaatate. th-ca0, ‘poth| U S. Senate
saute Wier ena demands which ave|_V nll Facts
so far blocked all progress at the ong cease- c
ae tn the “peace town’? itself, the delegations of | Peamoeee feibniry
each side locked the doors behind them for forth- ince galbare eaan

; The Senate military spending

right and secret talks to find some way out of the experts are about to demand new

ee a o facts and figures from Pentagon,
deadlock. as to money needed for the United









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j Peace ‘Treat
‘ ap eace rea 7
o Adjust Demand | nee
ae age, yar Charge D’Affaires in Peking, Leo Lam, the copy of
’ aie gh the Foreign Minister Chou En Lai’s rejection of the
Ol Uu e] one 9 < _ Japanese Draft Peace Treaty, a British Foreign
. Mets ce
ity of the treaty and announced that China would conside!
it null and void. It also said that Communist China wa
Copies of the statement are be-
ing sent to all the Governments
or tieaeer eae ates SRE Troops
king’s position, and seeks to influ-

i wre
ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY, ATIGUST 78, 1951 PRICE : FIVE CENTS
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‘THE CHINESE Vice Minister ‘for Foreign
Office spokesman said to-day,

willing to exchange views on the treaty with all the Govern

invited to next month's San Fran-; ( / : i
cisco conference, it was under- JOMmmMmunits Ss
ence other Asiatic, Governments 8TH ARMY H’QRS., Koreu

THE SECOND GOAL | Cc} ° R . D {
2 : ° m e
‘Allies, Reds aeenall ieee tina Rejects Drafi
Affairs, Li Ke Nung, has handed Britain’s
Chou’s statement, made on Wednesday, challenged the lecal
ments who fought against Japan.
stood,
uncertain whether to sign the | August 17









Anglo-American text |
Ged ; : ¢ 7 #' | United Nations officers ui
: No hing was announced after s a military -machine The U.S. Policy |Chinese Communist forces on che
their session. The few corres- a ° oO oO Senate Arms Appropriations Sub- Red Fleet, the official organ of |west central front have been
pondents waiting outside the con- committee men are disturbed and

he Soviet Naval Ministry, attack-|shuMed with
ng the proposed Japanese peace jinto reserve areas far back
WARRINGTON scores the se€ond goal for the Wind ward Islands in their match against Queen's Colloge |'Teaty said the United States is |the fighting line
of BG. yesterday a Windward Islands won 6-1, (Details on Page 8). again “trying the same old bank-| Officers however could give nc
ae ‘he Far Eastern War,’ a ‘ ; ;
: fable t say whether the mov
r ‘| T All ba Soviet press published +, thi bar Wha matcheduawith u
4 Ng oday Government's decision to} ‘ of .

sarticipate in the San Franci co | equal shift forward fresh

r treaty conference | Oops, , See
} y Newspapers also published the Patrols west of Chorwon re
text of Communist Chinese Pre- |Petted no contact with Red unit

wat : i. i. +r and Foreign Minister Chou | out they did receive four eoncen
NEW YORK. Aug. 17 nier anc oreig Ainister WL

Meran unil en
erence room—three United Na-| dissatisfied with the Military pre- rm
tions men, and four Communists, ust TOW sentation thus far on the House
instead of the usual 30 or 40—re- | appr oved $56,000,000,000 Defence
ported several bursts of laughter,

Appropriations Bill.
nothing about what was Own Food They believe that they have




A news agency report said that not eve 2 ; ,
‘i : t ; (From Our Own Correspondent) ot even begun to get the story

the meeting was marked by in- . : on what actually is needed by
formality which might indicate PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 17, |the Military in men, cash, viata

the conference was going tions, planes, and bases. Chair-
man Joseph C, O'Mahoney has
;requested new testimony from

The Governor-in-Executive
Council reiterated in a fourpage
public statement that they were
doing everything to meet the!





Talking for the Allies were,
Major General H. I. Hode and

the D a e C
tear Admiral Arleigh Burke; for e Defence Secretary, George C.




ba : i
rising cost of living. Trinidad and] s et TAS or ey am 1 oeaan al : : En Lai’s declaration condemning |trations of Chinese artillery in- }
e Communists, the North Korean} Tobago can grow for themselves ee ee perveee, Deparieaas i : W ASHINGTON, Aug. 17 | | Tingtu Psiang, chief of Nation- | the Anglo-American draft peace | cluding 31 shells and ten mortai
General Sang Cho and the Chinese} instead of buying from overseas It "1 eeneda biekie tomer The House of Representatives on Friday defeated the pro- |? ait ‘ vas s dele re % oe treaty | shells
1 al - a 7 on at - - 7 é ¥ ; }United [ warnec é "ha sesh a n : ‘ | ne p ) > -wes ‘Cc é
General Hein ro eon side}The statement dealt at length! that O'Mahoney ae hin eallan fips posed $1,000,000,000 ¢c&t: in ‘military and economic aid to!there is tittle hdah of Meo Te The stateme nt con luded In One patre i nM rth west of ¢ hor
an assistant and an interpre-| with the increase of subsidies,{ would get any answer at that time Europe. The first vote in fie House was 132 to 162 against |fung becoming “Titoist” Com-{ (he interest of the facilitation of won found ten Communist deac

additional taxation and indirect

he establishment of peace in Asia which was unusual because Red
to their top question: “How much :



the proposal to cut military aid to Europ. by $328,000,000 ;™munist, “I look for the salvation







taxation appeal to employers and! must the United Sta said cist PD yr ; oa : of China, not in the direction of '°4 the solution to Far Eastern jusually bury their dead or take
in The Wind Mate ooleredecee tSdotrdan dee in Mateg spend. and sponsored by Republican representative Lawrence Smith of | taiew he asta int the serand problems, the cEentral Peoples he bodies with them. a
inist correspondents also] _ Government has $50,000,000 of|months to provide for effective Wisconsin. ; s jtwo speeches to the Chatitaugua | ciders that a peace conference to] report on an Stee Jantendae suit
ed that a compromise could} the people’s money to spend each{ national defence? The proceedings The House then voted 127 to 166 ssociation : liseuss the conclusion of multi-|5) Reds killed and 33 captured
be in the wind, by saying that the] year and the statement pointed out! may take weeks, They may delay zainst Republican Fulton's} “I look for it in the strength of

teral peace treaty must be on the

ae o S : . § ae
U. * ZL genls iumendment eee military aid Mi pas hin pane Se aoe beg sn sasis of the proposal of the Soevict | aioe oer ae U.P.
1e 3 Vv 5 toda , lave ‘jecte

to Europe in aaministration rovernment,

. y , leomm ‘ There ar 1e ‘

overall Foreign Assistance Bill by |CommMunism here are no ideo Soviet ave proposed that a Pa a re

Will Fight | $20,000,000 logical differences between Mos- | iC Rive power conterencewhicn| | O88C Shoot Killer

i ’ i i loow and Peipin ; . t t Chi

: rt : ; or ident planned to issue on October Ist ' In a complicated Parliamentar ; ould include Communi vim oie ie ae : :

in the form of gifts or loans. 1 overg pina ann e a ars yrocedure he third House vote UP be called to discuss and draw ny NEW JERSEY Aug 17
At present $4,000,000 of this is}@" Overall review .of Defence } t

‘ e,e |
s is 7 . ; wre a : “a 00 me se tra dow:
spent on subsidies. These|SPending plans, particularly those! Extradition was on the amendment by Smith | 1 Japanese peace treaty) \ 100 man posse traced down

| ae ae : ue a ~ 4 Ur. iid fatally shot last night a 56
$4,000,000 thereby lost to the coun- affecting the size of the airforce to reduce military aid by Pg vol $ 100, 000, 000 sctenintiaoninaiananeanjendianianiiaaail yveur old lovecrazed man who hac
try is paid to those concerned with | However, O'Mahoney has asked the 000,000 would have made a

Communist side might accept a
buffer zone based on a No Man's
Land between the present front
lines. Peking Radio had quoted
General Nam Il, chief Commun-
t negotiator, as saying at yester-
day meeting, that his proposal
a demilitarised zone on the
38th parallel could be “adjusted”.
One translation made him say,



it has no other money to spend’ the passage of the already long
except its own necessary capital ;overdue National Defence Appro-
reserve and any money it can|Priation Bill,

borrow or obtain for capital work: The joint chiefs have already









































: . ; vs WASHINGTON, August 17. ; : : . : killed his sweetheart, her mother
the Communist’s idea is of a de-| flour, salted fish, rice, condensed j Services ae ready nox week Two ex-army Intelligence agents CUCHon Of errors A ui | | WASHINGTON, Aug, 11 Ja » Pe eace Talks nd WOUNYE ANOLHer women
he : with a total budget. The Commit- : cna European section of the Aid Bill. | The United States served tied Police id Paul Yasewiez ran
ilitarised zone along the parallel, milk, and other foodstuffs. aa ile ches : said they will fight extradition to +. a nited States served notice ce sa wu i a
ae , tee already has vetoed the pre- “e ™ The vote against this amendment d that it will pay nothing imuck during beer drinking
but it can be adjusted if topo- aa ; hated . tItaly from U.S. on charges of oF ns viday that it will pa ] ae 1 « ct re ce
graphical features and defensive . vious plan to pass the $66,000,- murdering the commanding officer! “38 405 20 $100,000,000 requested — b) i e ‘ele Visec party last night at the home of
formations so necessitate”, | Indonesians Must 000,000 oe Bill now, as the of their World War Il secre:' The last vote in the ‘series South Korea, in payment for local : G : \nna Tulpan apparently beeause
In a dispatch credited to the Lon- | a inste oe and 3 S0 Ye worl mission *,four was on Fulton's proposal 1 currency turned over to Ameri New YORK, August 17 wr 87 year old mother objected
ai 7 ~Orres : . ater on supplemental appropria-j" "7: : reduce economic aid to Europe by | rees in Kore American Telephone and Tele-| © his courting, A fourth woman
don Daily Worker correspondent ~ ial W > a , 4 Ex-Lieutenant va edu economic a} uroy cen forces in Korea 1 \ ne ur n
from Kaesong, Peking Radio said | Se ek Own elfare tion that could top $20,000,000,- New York. san cused $800,000,000. This was defeated by The South Korean ambassador raph Company announced 0) at the partly escaped injury.
that General Nam I also stated | 00. G. Lodolce of Rochester New @ vote of 146 to 149, Although |You Chan Young, presented a bill{ Friday that the Japanese peace Ms U.P
that the change in the form of ~2 RESIDENT SUKARNO UP. | york denied any part in the 944 @gtion on the Bill shas not.yet|\to the Stute Department on Thurs-7 onference sessions in San Fran ne 04g
talks from plenagy,.sessions to a iianedaaril p slaying of Major William v,'?@*? completed the House has now |day. United States forces use isco will - televised coast tk SAM ALERTED
ub-committee. could have no re- ; R » August 17. T * , . Holohan 40 of New ‘K behind #Pproved total Committee recom-|iocal currency to pay for labou oast through its new micro-wave Sisal ake
ilts unless the United Nations} President Sukarno to-day called U.K. Will Ration i German lines in Neate Ttaly “mendations of $6,363,000,000 in |and services by the South Korear | system FOR HURRICANE .
ide “cuts down its demand forjon all Indonesians to shun all im } The United States Defence De- military anc economic aid tor | ivilians, rentals of American oc The Company said it is meet- MIAMI, August 17
pound of flesh’ foreign ideologies “red or green, Carbon Steel partment which revealed a bizarre Europe. The remainder of the!cupied buildings, and for spend] ing the request of the State De-, A small but vicious hurricane |
The armistice sub-committec |and instead work for the achieve- if r story of dissension and nuiedet or overall $7,848,750,000 Aid Bill isjing money for United Stater}oartment, received on Friday, tojwith winds raging at 100 mile
conferred for met a roe ment of — welfare in their LONDON, August 17 he officer has claimed that legal distributed in various sections pro- | troop ee See eee w lag | per hour ” none os ee
hours, and apparently maae s own country. itegicte fi : ‘ 7 Sad ae ao id . : . \ : a Pe ntinental television facilities to!maica ane ie iam sathe
progress toward breaking the Seaervars pelleted. Ge wasive Britain’s sorely tried steel in loopholes prevent Teardi ane viding , economis, military nd ais "a ( September 4th, the starting date of|Bureau warned it might gain in
hree week deadlock over the|reming to the increased tivities dustry, subjected in rapid succes-}Lodolce “of being tried in either Point Four assistance for the Near he treaty conference, The trans-|intensit
on js oe ir . wr oO the rece ae ean ul sion to nationalization, wholesale} civil or military courts in the U.S. East and Africa, Far Kast and the i oo aes if _ in . oo at ae sity a EA cletaed
“Major General Henry, Deputy isle ae thee . ar firings of executives and raw ma-| However the Department left the Pacific, Korea and Latin America State Of W ar Er ds ai tee are a Brides “bus! f aanaae . ind the. Cayman
‘hief of Staff of the Eighth Army AVE SLES DANGS, terials shortages ran imto ration-!door open for their possible rc-' House leaders are expected to Ae Re ae Onn , agg a SEA TOM bce eg > ee
Chief of Staff of the Eig e Mhato: The Dar Ul! Islamite organisa- ing troubles to-day moval to Italy to stand trial! continue. inte the unt tae WASHINTON, Aug, 17 had not been. scheduled to carry! islands, The Weather Bureau at
nd the Korean delegate Major |iign wants Indonesia to be al’, on eee OVE ee a ee ee : Lae vapey een rhe Senate Foreign Relation. |east west telephone programmes/10 a.m, E.S.T, said the storm should
¢ ral Lee Sang Cho posed for |nrociem state. In an address from} (1he Ministry of Supply an- ~U.P. | session in order to complete actiot : ; ; tl September 30.—U.P ass near Kingston before m
tures together Moslem state. In an address from) rounced that carbon steel w pa qa jbefore adjournment on Friday |C¢™mittee unanimously approvec| unt t September + [eek eee Z loeat
! rh ther two delegates, United the steps of his palace to-day—the be rationed starting December night ; n Friday the House passed Rest | night. The hurricane a CALE }
State Rear Admiral Arleigh ext sarivareary Ot, eRe Carbon steel represents 95 per cen: In complicated Parliamentary {Tutic n te terminate a state of wa ELECTRIC TRAINS ie oe vo south-ea
Burke and the Chinese Major proclamation — i Pee Dokenit Bt of all steel used in Britain U.S WwW ill Release procedure the third House vote|betweer the United States any , 4 ILLE jIngstOn a aut weer
General Shieh Fang who ig Di tae acta a ae i Be , is Only 16 months ago the stee vas on the amendment by Germany. The practical effect o C RASH: 3 K LL D | ‘
‘wed to be the “brains” of the}the actions by the armec anc Ss industry then in private hand He ~ Smith to reduce economic aby ithe measure when approved b thet a ae Bae e
Communist ceasefire delegation, |“our people are suffering from] joiensed from wartime rationing 206 000 T os Coppe I’'15672.000.000.. This < ut plus the {te full Senate will be to permi ... NEWCASTLE, Aug. 17 | The “ADVOCATE”
1 a ippeared in good spirits. confusion and dullness of spirit. was producing at .the rate of { roposal to reduce military aid iGermans to travel and do busi I'wo electric trains bound with | e
Ur —UP. LAADROOD Sond weaslo WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. oo . ++ aan Iness here on the same basis a:| holiday makers for Britain's east f NEWS 1
299, s yearly, Dre 7 . | $328,000,000 would have made} . noe it, crashed Newcastle cen= pays for
The Labour Government no- President Truman auchorise Gi the total reducti 1,000,000,- ea of @tmer friendly nations {5 oy ee rashed in Newcastle cen
st ae} : 4 it ‘ en is , 1 Ove reduc n of § : t ste .
q tionalized the iron and steel in ‘ec a" re of up to 25000 t enol 1000 in the European section of —U.P. ' A : ea ot _ Nationalised Dial 3113
in Oo ! a Le dustry last February under a mosi' “OPPEer trom the national Stock] jy. Aid Bill, The vote against eee oe Ste oka rat eee Ni h
I bitter criticism, Since then pro-|Pl€, to meet Defence producto this amendment 13 "16" PTUMSH: HALWEPR BAG at Ras Day or Night
1 5m, °& 3 oer ms amenc nt wi 1s t 57 three oT s vere illed ¢ 29
duction has fallen to a rate esti- | needs. ckaainn: ae sai. tay iy Pr, Man Bites Cat MUP ee milled: ance?
A D i en W | mated at about 16,000,000 tons ao naaninsatt ry Deleses mabitize ee SAINT LOUIS, Aug, 17 ————_—_—
p ie e year, he no . oa 1 dakie i . a |
A Dea ith Th SU) tie aro came juntas ate chatien” Waison, Eile ve") Adtamapt To Kill | 2h, "iting ane cat silty
demands rose to meet the nation's PGRSrTeORe Ur ChTrent |

LONDON, August 17.
Informed sources said that the intensification of Russia’s

man was. no gentieman. He bit The Law is always right.

‘the man and woman arguing

" shortage caused mainly — by the }
£470,000,000 three year rearma-}* 037 . Tritad Steel | s
ment programme, ike of .€1.1.0,. ‘United Steel Ti ilo Une ‘overe

; i : * t vorkers ¢ rarfie Jte i topped to vestigate,
peace campaign and persistent efforts to bring about a Five Falling output appeared to bet Wn ~~ hm! ir jobs| ROME. A a pene ce ‘we fied the
7 ri y . j Wi -Ja c yar > no rathe nak uae php ae us a ee :
Power Conference, may indicate the Kr emlin’s willingness oe Er soy nee Tate at Truman’s, request pending \ A Rome newspaper publishe d nipped him, The woman ad-
to arrive at a broad understanding with the West under tic i: Nsation P Prodibio Sex study of the wage dispute by the j dis spatch claiming that Yugo lov itted i but said that was n
ee . St din nationalize . eduction Nas! wage stabilization board. Wilson|police uncovered a tter to, or the man to pick up
certain conditions. , as been hit by reduced imports off said the strike caused the average If Il Marshal Tit a ‘Ay nia ‘\the « iad thew on it I relegs
They said that recent trends in the Soviet Press indicate jiron ore and steel scrap—needed| ;- : sO oe BV OrOae eee SO ON EAS TMENt Of Me CRl AAC. CREW .g ea



b , : ‘ loss of some 10,000 tons of copper;August 1—2 —U.P.
that Moscow would welcome an agreement with the West, eee free world forla month. He said this was | The newspaper quoted Yugo aaennEenD
to halt hostile propaganda and criticism on the lines of that |**™@r Gefence tient major factor” in the current|slav refugees as saying security ’ ‘ ‘
concluded with Germany in 1938, as an introductory step to “+ | shortage, jpolice found a mine on the road] 4 hree Hatchetmen

The stockpile will be reimburs-/near a village shortly before Tito









ie broader deal. But the main condition implied
" in a recent Soviet Press comment
would be Western recognition of

Courtesy Call Russia’s liberty of action § in

——— it
It said a peasant had been
replacement would not be in whel arrested for planting the

ed by an equal amount by June|was to have passed through

; WASHINGTON, Aug, 17
Mortow Downey 30 1952 Wilson said. “Unless : nears

The Voice of America charged



Rae oe fie Boo AH

















































a c ; ex-|on Friday that the three Soviet
| 4 . interest of national defence vplosive. The paper said it vA | “hatchetrne n” picked to attend the
Eastern Europe. | I ights For Son In the New York Journal of/the fourth attempt in t ear | J panese treaty conference indi-
TORK Observers believe that the suc-/ RW Y c , 47 Commerce it was reported that|on Tito's life je that Moscow still hoped to
TCKYO, August 17. cess of Western Europe’s economic tai NEW ere Rag a Government had all but ceased —U.P. |make Japan “an easy prey for
Philippines Under-Secretary for shabilitati th aie veneinitil is Supreme Court justice ruled on tockpiling copper, explaining Soviet aggression
Foreign Affairs Felio Neri paid 2]TC@dlitation, tne | armament’ Friday that the 15-year-old sonlii it Galy 1.000 tons were stock. eines UP.
‘ourtesy c Pr Minister | 204 growing solidarity of the West, | Gf singer Morton Downey should {\)" ee ae es ' :
courtesy call on rime inistet ey ae i lat > jiled in July Lt q }
Shigeru Yoshida late on Friday and Russia's increasing isolation) be removed froin his mother’s , e€Xas éat W ave
accompanied by Ambassador Jose|@T@ causing considerable anxiety |care and placed in the temporary Poland Acce rks
Melencio chief of the Philippine] t? the men m the Kremlin. {care of the child's paternal bs Kills 57 } F FE
diplomatic mission in Japan. Principal Aims grandparents. pete Hearst Buried oe | WASHINGTON, Aug, 17 |
Neri and party were scheduled Moscow’s principal aims in seek- Son Tony appeared in Court | TAT SAM. owas” Aue 1 | Poland ‘has Joined:-the’ ovis
to leave for Manila Saturday. ing an understanding with the |after the latest of numerous lega! SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 17 The death, * toll pn , the} Union in accepting, the American
—U.P. West would be: battles between Downey and his Final rites were held forjvicious Texas Kant wave tnd nvitation to attend the Japanese
] To gain time to carry out its | former wife Mrs. Barbara Bennett } publisher William Randolph|67 today. One hundred de Peace Conference at San Wran-
ona final industrial reconstruction and | Randall over the child’s custody.| jyearst at Grace Episcopal Cathe-|Farenheit temperatures were the| “i8¢o beginning on September 4
RUSSIA HAS 300 rearmament, on which it embarked | Downey flanked by two lawyers|dral Friday. The service was{rule. Central Texas repistercal isclosed on Friday :
SUBMARINES after the completion of the Five Pear — 7 an out sy ittended by thousands of mourn-|108° yesterday | —U.P.
Year Economic Plan in 1950. nurs@ay nigh shoving Jegallers from all walks of life. Dallas ecorded 107 inc | ene
- 2. To proseed with the rearm- | Papers under hi former wiles The bronze casket containing Bouston tate a comps } BOYCOTT TRADE
—U.S. Navy Secretary | ament and industrialization of her | 400rway alter she refused lo open |the body was brought to rest|“cool’ 100 | WASHINGTON, Aug. 17
i satellites under the favourable }the door to receive them im the| before the Chancel steps in the] Forest fires added ‘to the} The Senate Foreign Relations
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. conditions of increased trade ex- usual manner. Apparently she|Nave from the Chapel of Grace misery in southeast Tex: vere omrnitte on Friday called for
The Navy Secretary Dan changes between the East and the | £°t the papers however for on}where it had lain in state for two|erops already wer vilter tctal boycott of United States
Kimball estimates that Russia] wo, Friday the x4 was on ag - days while thousands of persons|heat and drought rhe 1 ecilen nowupapeeninn Willem
RA sic an Sah a acitine st. ~onfe ith Justice Samuel Golc d past, Tieeah (Clk al wa si cS , + ; wiaeliive a p
has 15 times as many nee 3. To remove the atmosphere confer with Justi ar ey sp = sete of le > — Fore st Service said betwe ne n_newspaperman William
as Germany had at the start o - = sas : , capacity of 2,500 per-/and 45 fires have been re f a released from Communist
- but did not give any figures of tension and hostility towards ons.—t daily s August,—-U.P \ U .P.
i ea cr elie ae previously | the Soviet Union, which has lately FEISAL RESUMES dee eaeck conta ead let eee a ert eee h_jail—U si
that Gormany had 20 active sub-| become the major obstacle to suc-
r aie when the war started,| cessful Communist propaganda ir TALKS ON FRONTIER r D. |
i at wes V etl < . 1 “
which would put Russia’s sub-; Europe and sees here. Mahle ha! s oviet al e oO 1ono ur act! |
marine fleet at about 300 accord- Red Reverses Emir Feisal of Saudi Arabia
ing to Kimball's estimate. Russia’s concerm with her posi- Sd a ri attinalcunn
E U.P ticn both as a major power and Epday..resumed. ..pl cece ee, WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 Febr epre tec ‘ other wartime conferences | Cc & s
a : #8 Ge ro 4 on the settlement of the frontie: , a ent ede ; oa ; ise coat tl | ”
|the leader of the Internationa: Aispute with Briti h ke ted], W Averell Harrimar Presi- ou ts ¢ a y designed t rstly keep| AL L sT & & a 8 i Cc Vv.
Communist Movement can bette? |neighbouring tribe . araein aa policy adviser.) Nationalist China inst A in war against Germans | *
’ be understood against the back-| A plenary session took place | {,“F8° ruguay that “the If munist : engthen its military ability. |
TO-DAY’S WEATHER ground of the last four years,}with senior Foreign Office Offic- Tae Aaveeens warn suspis Two Committers aoe Secondly bring Russians into war}
CHART during which she has suffered an|ials in the absence of Foreign He * Rid’ dike. eats me arate 3 malty anto Tru: * i ili against Japan . the earlic ‘I
|}uninterrupted series of diplo-|Minister Herbert Morrison » sp e Utec States’| of General Douglas MacArthu possible ate farriman aid
Sunrisi 50 a.m. si I as Sad . aaa o_ : si , , aie | tre subles with Russia started from the Far East Commander an te President Roosevelt wa not CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. LTO,
: ; matie and military reverse ' es the Soviet fail ;: be digns ; e
~ % a oat After the abortive Four Power Saat) si ilure to honour the oo the eee” a a, oF Eastern |in good he ‘ hora and was}
oon a er 24th. I * sain iad, a < ic y nafters arrir 1 who! “tired the confer ti fever- j
Lighting t p: ee oon, a ae Bok Searenes oe =: ores DEFEATED ’ Harriman submitted a 34 page Sttencied ite ‘Yalta onfe im e as | thele he said Roosevelt carried 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Hich Tide: 3.25 aum., and 4.20 pi ae ae move has been well ‘i gh pate ge J a N, Aug ; 17 } memorandum to the Senate) United States Ambassador t on negotiation “with hig usual |
untered. — The House o epresentatives}Armed Services and Foreign|Moscow submitt I mermorat ill and perfect according t« re
TS >: 10.06 < nd Russia’s failure to acquire at}on Friday defeated an attempt to]|Relations ¢ oui ittees an effort! dt + at € stot f 34 tor | objective he had bl wee 7 t in Sole Distributors
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ed with ix powerful
h There’ will be two
The first ladies match
30 o'clock and this will
men’s game
itches are in
he Barbados’
ext month,

tin the matches



the thirty-six
ked to prac
fad tour. Cap-
ill be selected
nigh uring the
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1 wu ec mot for this snit from Paris. His eut
i round the moor- with a shawl neckline. one side

of which develops into » long

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- fringed searf,
Public Relations Adviser ok ire ae
Mi Pe HEWITT MYRING, Siace 1928
1 telations Adviser to
€ ' d Ww who left Barbados OWEN PROVERBS who 1s

M* ;









cn Ji to attend a confer- in the sugar cane business
¢ of Pubiie Relations Officers jn Puerto Rico had been spend-
! t ned via Jamaica jng three weeks’ holiday with Mr.
‘ ¢ morning by and Mrs, Ernest Kinch of “Mar-
B |.A. ‘The plane should have jow”, Hastings. Yesterday morn-
lay evening but jng he returned to Puerto Rico
hac at Jamaica it by B.W.LA
ld ap f nine hours Mr. Proverbs who is a brother
Intransit of Mrs. Kinch, has been living in
Hi. O. B. WOODING, Bar- Puerto Rico since 1928.
ivi ratL Trinidad, was Leaving by the same plane but
a pas ssenger through destined for Jamaica were Mr. and
RB yasterday on his way to Mrs. Ronald Shepherd
A ig y acco anie y °
Bee ee nee ae Two Americans
a Mrs. Grantley Adams — L. BROWN and Frank
Seawell to meet him dur- E. Moore, two Americans

tt hort time he who are with the U.S. Naval Base

in Trinidad, arrived yesterday by

was here






‘or Da ughter’ s Wedding’ B.W.LA. to spend six days leave
MAR - Y DE FREITAS, in Barbados. They are staying at
i¥il ver in St. Vin- the Hastings Hotel
ent re 2m that colony on °
I t G. Airways to at- Architect
ti } ig ‘s wedding. She % gee

be 1 ried at St. Matthias M* tONALD F SMITH,
Chureh this afternoon to Mr. Des- Architect of Messrs. Ash
mond Tudor & Watson Ltd., arrived from
Georgetown, B.G., yesterday by
Holidaying With Parents B.W.1.A. Here for about ten days,
he is staying at the Ocean View
ME. oe TEMPRO, Hotel
vith Tyre Service . *

Ltd.,. San “welibanda, arrived from Resident Engineer :
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA M*" ROSS ratte Resi-
accompanied by his fiancee Miss dent T A. engineer, who
Christina Splets- Here for about had been in Trinidad for a few
two and a half weeks they are days, returned yesterday morning
staying with Mr. Tempro’s par- by B.W.1.A. Mrs. MacKenzie and
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tem- their two children will be coming

pro of “Kismit,” Dayrells Road, over this morning

+

THE ADVENTUR iS OF

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1 WAS surprised and pained to _ Had he brought no meteoroto-
read of an American golfer who | gist with him, to set up his instru-



held up a stalk of grass to test the; ments on the course? Primitive
wind before he played a shot methods retard the development
sie cent ina ii of the game. The meteorologist
" could easily follow the game in
CROSSWORD one of the runabout cars which



sarry the clubs, the balls, the spare
| shoes, hats, trousers and jumpers,
shooting sticks, radio sets, um-
brellas, goloshes, observation bal-
loons, secretaries, managers,
trainers, pianists, publicity men,
and so forth.

There and back

ONSIDERABLE boasting about
a flight to Paris and back to

London, without touching down,
holds out the hope that, if you
have an hour or so to spare, you

will soon be able to go to most of
the places you want to go to with-
out being bored by having to land.
The tedium of waiting for the re-
turn journey will also be avoided,

Political discussion ataninn

eS a

ie soprano, (4) ‘Ty ’D sweep the whole lot away,”
waken (6)
The oni to Berlin said the man in the dog-
natcher hat
“What whole lot?” asked the
burly mechanic

“Politicians.”
“And then?”
“Put in the business men.”
“Then they'd become the poli-
licians :
‘Then I'd
if they did,

sweep ‘em

The
And then?”

“Why
And then’?
keep
jstand these things.”

all away
whole lot.”

do you

Palk
quiet, if

on
sense,
you don't

Keep saying,
man, Or

under-





FELLOW-HACK, comment-
ing on the talk about making
raries brighter and gayer, re-

that lovely creature whe used
‘sit at the control-desk in the

| A 1 disturbing influence
|





NECKLINE GROWS
INTO A SCARF

BARBADOS



Programme

SATURDAY



* AUGUS !
Short Holiday 10.45 Sens he hone ao
ING 45 a.m. England vs. South Africa,
RRIVING from Brooklyn a 11.20 a.n Lignt Music, 11.45 an
few days ago was Miss Adna a e Parad¢, 12 (noon) The News,
7" eg y e 12.10 pir News Analy
Stuart. She is here’ to spend a 4 w—6.45 pm : ‘ 19.36 M
short holiday with her parents -
who live in Fairfield Road, St,’ 4)-™. The News, 4.10 pm. Inter
Michael 415 p.m The Queen's Hall t
a Crchestra, 5 p.m. Fifth Test Match,
5.06 p.m. Interlude, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’
Back From Trinidad Choice, 6 p.m, Strict Tempo for Dancing
me 6.45 p.m. Programume Parade
Holiday 7 00—10.45 pm 25.5% M. 31.32 M
? tt od . _| 7 pum. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
M* and Mrs. Carlton Stoute, Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Behind the News
who had been spending a/7.45 p.m. Sandy MacPherson at the
short holiday in South Trinidad,| Theatre Organ, 8 p ~~ the Week 6-35 |
ere ¢ ieee ~< arriv.| #153 p.m. Composer of the Week, 8.30
were among the passe ngers arriv {p.m. The Earth Remains, 10 p.m. The
ing by B.W.1.A, at Seawell yester-| News. 10 10 p.m. Interlude, 10 15 Pom
day. They were accompanied by) Henry Hall's Guest Night, 10.45 p.m
their six year old daughter who! Yours Faithfully

also rhade the trip.

Patsy Hendren

ATSY HENDREN, in his day

the most popular cricketer in |

the world,
coach to
Club
renew his contract
pires in 1953.
their financial position.

Hendren is 62.
tened Elias. But with his perky
Irish looks he was Patsy to the
crowd.

is leaving his
Sussex County

job as
Cricket

when it

He was the comedian of cricket

Sometimes he would take a catch,
pocket the ball and glance over |
his shoulder so quickly that |

crowd would look for the ball or
the boundary,
Hendren played 25 seasons for

Middlesex and in 51 Test matches. |

Will Settle In U.S.

EAVING by B.W.1LA. yesterday |
4 morning for Puerto Rico via|

Antigua were Mr. and Mrs, Clay

The club say they will not |
ex-|
Reason given is|

He was chris- |








ARTIE'S HEADLINE |
alhoi ez
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“fre i was
growling in the Soviet zone
my tail Was wagging in

ton Evelyn, From Puerto Rico they the British sector,"
will fly by P.A.A. to the U.S
where they plan to settle. They

will visit their aunt in een

New Jersey before going over
Mrs. Evelyn’s sister Leila
lives on Long Island. Leila lef
Barbados in early June. She i
now working with P.A.A.
hopes to visit here’ for
holidays next year.

Mr. Evelyn was formerly Man
ager of the Electrical Departmen
of Messrs. DaCosta and Co.,

He will study radio and television The “smart set” in Kenya are
with the R.C.A. Company in|angry.
New York and afterwards expects|_ Their Governor, Sir Philip
to be employed by the same| Mitchell. has criticised them; has
company . attacked the luxurious stande ird of
: p living of many Europeans. ;
Leaving with them were Mr. In fact, life in Kenya today IS |
Willie Boxill and his son Roger) high, wide, and happy—if ’ you
who live on Long Island, U.S.A. | have plenty of money :
‘ . ‘ | The “smart set” say that too
Incidental Intelligence | many have been blame for what

A BACHELOR is a man who i
; crazy to marry, but realise
it in
Post.—L.E.S.

PIPA



P1g

Cooyrioht Var Dias Int Amsterdaw

ERY ‘THE | WAY. eocv5e / Beachcomber

w ho

Ltd.

time.—Saturday Evening



: The Ginasl Set’

« Tyrn On The

mer

| Governor
‘| NAIROBI

applies only to a few.

Ss It is true that merchant princes
s| high-salaried civil servants, and
farmers live generously and
j happil

Heavy Burden

But thousands do not earn big
money, and find the top-peak cost
} ot living in Kenya a heavy bur-
den.

It is more than twice pre-war
|while salaries have

| only half.



increased by |



|

| H6using has never caught up
| with demand, The average mini-
jum rent is £320 a month

Most young brides continue to
|work after marriage putting
jjoint earnings around £100 a/|
}month |

But “things” are expensive. Im-
}ported frocks cost from £40 to

There is no public transport—

|

|

| :

| £70. Cinema seats are 4s.
|

|car is a necessity.

No Scrubbing
No white woman scrubs a floor

|~-servants must be employed. I:
lis a social “must”

| What one settler does the res
Bibliothéque Nationale in Paris. | feel compelled to do.
When a reader asked her about 4} About parties? Mr. D. Mc-
book, she used to lower her long | Dowall Wilson, a Nairobi editor,
lashes and say softly, “Do you |gsaid: “Kenya’s night life is based
really care about all that rot?” |on the ‘sun-downer,’ the evening

When she came over to the Brit-
Reading Room to

ish Museum

drink. People who in. Britain
would never dream of employing

study our methods, she found that | servants have two gr three be- |

most of the readers were “so cold,

so serious.” She said,
never think of love?” ‘Well,
in here, of course,” answered ¢
surprised official straightening his

tie nervously. “Silly boys!”

saic

she, flashing a destructive look at |

three hairy men almost entirely |
buried under books.

Relaxation
ay these
rather serious writer,

a relaxation, and it eases the mind.
Yes. This very

men on a wrestler, of

who was knocked down,

field,
and

on the

stones bottles by spectators,

two of whom were taken to hos-

pital.
A loathsome idea

OME ‘whey-faced
gullion or other has been say-
ing that the introduction of tele-

vision into public-houses will
“raise the standard.” The same

|
kind of walking horror used to |Pitality habit. |
whimper for readings of poetry in | Drinks are always at hand te]
inns, Let such half-men stay | Welcome guests. f
where they belong, in the chre- One of the largest items of ex-
mium cocktail-bars. Before we] Ppenditure in Kenya, on all levels,

know where we are they will be |

bringing ballet into our drinking-
places, and, if they do,

be some sore heads among the} . +
g@sthetes! There are few enough! Heart Stopped:
inns left where there is a real

landlord, who can mind his own
business, and who is not a mere
passive agent of some brewing |
combine.

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“Do they
not

troubled times, says a |
sport is |

moment I have
been reading of ‘an attack by wo-
a referee
of an-!
other who was injured in a riot, of |
the arrest of three football players
of the throwing of

slubberde- |

there will |

eause they are cheap,

“In the average house there are
too many servants. So you find
a | them work. You give a party, If
S| it’s a genteel party it starts about
1/6 and breaks up about 8

“If it’s wild
|}happen. They
| quantities. Many
jard that is
| necessary.”

Credit Easy

There is no difficulty in getting
|credit. The Indian shops, in par-
| ticular, encourage women to run
large bills for clothes and gro-
ceries,

Profits for the few are delight-
fully high. Farmers enjoy gen-
erous tax exemptions.
such swollen profits that even
partly developed farms can be
}sold for fortunes to new-comers,

Nairobi professional men escape
income tax by buying “farms’
which they claim to be
ing.

30 p.m.

anything may
drink fantastic
live at a stand-
artificial and



Hospitality

The real driving foree which
keeps the “high old time” on the |
erest of a wave is Kenya's hos- |

They make |

develop-
!

|
un-

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is aleohol.—L.E.S,



Woman Still Alive

GREENSBORO, North Carolina,
August 17

A woman of 60 who “died” on
}the operating table was’ reported!
to be in “fairly good condition"!
after being revived by two sur-
| zeons 29 minutes after her heart
| stopped,

The doctor said it. was the}

longest anyone had ever gone with- |
nut a heart beat and = survived
however she still was not out
| .f danger. |

The patient whose name was not

}veleased by the hospital was be-
jing .given an anaesthetic for
minor surgery yesterday and
suffered a heart attack.

Doctors who were in the next
‘oom preparing for the operation
dashed to her side opened, her
hest and took turns massaging
her exposed heart. They also gave
some injections directly into the
1eart

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“Iti vegetarian tee It ie when / pull

Tact ---

U.K. Labour Party
Gets Ready To
Go To Polls

By DONALD MACKAY
LONDON, August 17.
Britain’s crippled Labour Party is wheeling its big guns
for the general election itself, late this fall or next May,
according to the latest Parliamentary opinion. Only one
man, the Prime Minister Clement Attlee can call a general
election and he wisely declined to reveal his plans. Indica-
tions point to an election in late October, or early Novem-
ber, or failing that next May. :
One Labour Party source suggested “it all depends on how
things look at the annual Labour Party conferences at
Scarborough, early in October. If things look bright for the
party, then they may call a general election, late this fall.’
Labour Party fortunes just now and 39 % said Labour, compared
are far from bright. With the with 41 % in June.
hairline overall Parliamentary But indeterminate factors in a
majority of six, which produces British election are large. In
more irritation than legislation. November, 1940 pollsters gave
The Socialists are hounded by Conservatives a lead of 10 points,
1. Rising price but Labourites squeezed into office
2. Rising Conservative popu- in the February 1950 general



larity. election.

3 The threat of a new finan- One such indeterminate is war.
cial crisis, due to deficits in Peace in Korea would undoubted-
Britain’s balance of payments. ly boost Labour’s support.

4. Party splitting, with the ~ —U.P.
leftwing rebellion led by Aneurin
Bevan.



s Growing Pressure SENATE COMMITTEE
Under the constitution, the WILL NOT REPORT ON

British Labour Government, which
Squeezed back into power with a MAC ARTHUR INQUIRY
seven man majority in February : J .
1950 has three and a half more i WASHINGTON, August 17.
years in office, The United States Senate Mac
Pressure is growing for an early Arthur Enquiry Committee voted
general. election however, and 7? to 3 today against making any
even many Labour supporters are agin Tar HW, FRONTS ° OF
Suggesting the election as defen- ““g. 5° ; |
sive strategy. Labour optimists q eentiee fishers, Baseri i
hope that the election would clear Committee's Chaleman "tela =i
vias Labour a clear- porters that the majority feeling
faa : y was that any report at this iime
British newspapers predomin- on dismissal of General Douglas
antly Conservative have long been Mac Arthur would only “revive
pe ag an oy Sa Lately the bitter controversy at a critica!
even the somewhat Leftist weekly i i yeace
The Economist, and the Liberal Parcs 1 the Korean peace
News Chronicle have joined the He said that the decision
Conservative chorus. The Econo- against a formal report was made
mist said recently, “this country on the motion of Senator Levertt
is now caught up in a new period Saltonstall a (Republican from
of greater economic stringency. Massachusetts). But it was de-
It will drift before the gathering cided to let individuaj members
storm, unless firm policies, possi- file a statement of their views
ble only for a strong government to be ineluded in the hearing
whatever its Party composition, Tecord, to be transmitted later to
are soon adopted. The duty as well the Senate. —U.P.
as the interest of the Labour Party
is more plainly, even than before,

to appeal to the electorate in Octo- Ambassador Mourned

ber.”
Public Opinion , BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 17.
The latest reliabl The Argentine Government
ne datest reliable pell of pub- ordered official mourning as
lic opinion announced this week funeral services for Chinese
by the News Chronicle gave the Nationalist ambassador Chen
Conservatives a ten per cent lead. Chieh held here on Friday. Chieh
__Asked who they would vote for was Dean of the Diplomatic
if general elections were held Corps. Foreign Minister Jeronimo
tomorrow, 49% said Conserva- Remorino spoke at the services
tive compared with 48 % in June —UP.



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RUSSIA

NOT SUCCEED RumfromJamaica COMMUNISTS Make A Deal



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WILL

—TRUMAN

WASHINGTON, ‘Aug. 16.
Truman told a press conference

he does not believe

succeed in any effor

Russia could
t to block the

Japanese peace treaty in San
Francisco next month.
Truman also announced that de-

fence pacts which

the U.S. will

sign with the Philippines, Japan,

Australia and New
accomplish in the
the North Atlantic
the Atlantic.

Zealand will
Pacifie what
Pact does in

Truman told reporters: —
1. He would be most happy to
talk with Andrei Gromyko,

chief of the Sov

viet delegation

to the conference before the

San ‘Francisco

meeting if

Gromyko so desires.

to

- He is perfecti
have General

y willing to
MacArthur

speak to the peace confer-
ence and is certain Mac-
Arthur would make such an
address if invited by the

State Departme

nt.

The President however
said he did not know whether
MacArthur will be invited.

It is understood, however, that

John Foster Dulles,

Special Am-

bassador who handled treaty nego-
tiations, asked MacArthur to at-
tend, but that MacArthur refused.

Truman said the Philippine
Government definitely will parti-
cipate in the San Francisco con-
ference and sign the Japanese
peace treaty. His statement came
shortly after the United States and

Philippine Governments an-

nounced agreement on a new mu-
tual defence treaty.—U.P.



Two Die Suddenly

GLADSTON HAYNES a 53-

labourer of Canefield,

St. Thomas died suddenly at the

General

Hospital about 7.20 a.m.

yesterday after he was admitted
at 6.25 a.m. the same day.

fore Mr.

draft treaty’s

A post mortem

examination

was performed by Dr. E- L. Ward
and an inquiry is to be held be-

H, A. Talma.

Another post mortem examina-
tion was performed by Dr. A. 5
Cato yesterday as Ersula Holder
of Mason Hall Street who was ad.
mitted to the General Hospital on
Thursday night about 8.15 o’clock
dieq suddenly 15 minutes after:



EGYPT WILL NOT
ATTEND TALKS

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt
August, 16.
Informed sources said Thursday
Egypt will turn down their invi-
tation to attend the San Francisco
Japanese Peace Treaty conference
because of her opposition to the

continued presence
troops in Japan.
Egypt has demanded the evacua-

tion

provision for the

of foreign

of British troops from the

Suez Canal Zone and asserts that
the presence of foreign troops in
any country constitutes a threat

to world peace.



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ill, for triumph or defeat we shall
march united—the Government
and the people.”

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President Plaza who was suf-
rounded by members of Congress
said; “A small country cannot, be
expected to triumph over another
more prepared, but when the mo-
ment comes Ecuador will not
yield to Peru until the last of her
men.” The President was inter-
rupted by applause.

The parade which started at
6.30 p.m, and ended at 8 p.m. was
orderly.

An Ecuador message to the
Peruvian Government expressing |
regret over the attack was again
sent to the Peruvian Consulate ir
Guayaquil. The Ecuaderean Am-
bassador in Lima also called on
the Foreign Affairs Ministry and
said that those responsible had
been punished.

The attack occurred several
days ago.

Guayaquil police said no dam-
age was done, but Peru had pro-
tested and asked guarantees
against repetition of such inci-

ts.
won . —U-P. ‘

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1951







Saturday,

MARKETS

THE Sanitary Commissioners of St.
Michael discussed for the second time in
four weeks the establishment of a market
where hawkers would sell fruit and vege-
tables and so remove the congestion and
insanitary conditions created in some of
the City streets.

August 18,

io

Last month the Commissioners consid-
ered and approved of a scheme to convert
Temple Yard into a temporary market and
to provide shelter for such hawkers as
might be compelled to go there. At that
meeting, the Director of Highways &
Transport, the Commissioner of Police,
the Director of Medical Services and the
Colonial Engineer were present and ex-
pressed their views.

This week’s meeting discussed two let-
ters from the Director of Highways and
Transport and the Commissioner of Police
making further suggestions for the estab-
lishment of a market in the Cumberland
Square

, The Cumberland Square which was
originally an ornamental garden is now
being used as a parking space for the
Leeward ‘buses (about 16 or 20) plying
between St. Michael, St. James, St, Peter
St. Thomas and St. Lucy. The other por-
tion of the Garden is used as a parking lot
for private cars and has the advantage of
being the only one of its kind with enough
shade from the sun.

The only thing to recommend it as a
market is that it is only 20 yards away
from the Temple Yard which it was decid-
ed would make a good temporary market.

If the Cumberland Garden is converted
into a market it will mean that these 16
*buses and about 60 private cars will have
to seek other accommodation already
sadly lacking in Bridgetown. It can hardly
be conceived that the parking lot for 16
‘buses each with a capacity of at least 30
passengers should lose its priority to a
vegetable market.

But if this suggestion fails on its merits,
that for the return to the public market
was enough to take one’s breath away.
Hawkers who sold fruit, vegetables, pro-
vision and anything else were allowed,
despite the provisions of the law to the
contrary, to squat in the alleys and on the
pavements because the heat generated in
the Public Market was such as would en-
danger the health of any normal human
being within a short: period. It will be
remembered that the hawkers were not
provided with tables or benches and so
had to squat on the cement with their
fruit and vegetables while a merciless
heat, generated by the sun’s rays concen-
trated through panes of glass let into the
galvanised sheeting, dried all the moisture
from the fruit and vegetables and sapped
the energy of the sellers.

It is true that a few million gallons of
rum stored in the market and a cooperage
just a few yards away creates a fire hazard
good enough to wipe out Bridgetown; but
the remedy in this is to remove the cooper-
age or the rum, That market 20 years ago
was improved by funds from the United
Kingdom and £4,000 of local Government
money and its sale as a warehouse to some
merchant would provide money for the
establishment of a proper bond elsewhere.

All these discussions and counter sugges-
tions show a willingness to tinker with the
question of markets. Mr, Mottley made it
clear when his motion was discussed for
the conversion of Temple Yard that this
was not intended as a substitute for the
original proposal for the establishment of
a market in Tudor Street.

It is a problem which will have to be
faced and the sooner the better. Markets
must be established where they offer the
greatest convenience to people whom they
are intended to serve. Just as the Publi¢
Market was established because it was the
centre of the residential area of Swan
Street and Milk Market where people
lived over their shops and the Fontabelle
area, so district markets will have to be
supplied as the residential areas spread
out. It is useless to tinker with the prob-

lem.
The

By GEORGE MALCOLM







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

“On the era which ended with a
gleam on our soldier's helmets |

And The Year Of

The LONG

Unroll the map of the world
You will need it, if you are going
to follow, wherever it may lead,
the next instalment of Mr. Winston
Churchill’s greatest thriller, VOL.
1V, “THE SECOND WORLD
WAR.”* It will lead you, in fact,
to the ends of the earth.

The story opens in New Year,
1942, Behind us lie the defeats of
Norway, Dunkirk, Dakar, Greece,
and Crete. Pearl Harbour has juy
happened, Hongkong has_ gone,
and it’s nearly all over in Malaya.

You sail with the Marines to
seize Madagascar, raid with the
Commandos at St. Nazaire, and
the Canadians at Dieppe.

With Churchill you meet
Roosevelt, Stalin, Molotov, Mar-
shall, Eisenhower, Aiexander,
Auchinleck, Montgomery, Darlan,
de Gaulle. You share Winston's
astonishment and grief at the
surrender of Singapore (80,000
prisoners of war’, and the over-
night fall of Tobruk, His joy at
Alamein and Stalingrad.

There are at least three tough
tiffs with Mr, Curtin, Prime
Minister of Australia. There is
pretty continuous rough - stuff
from Uncle Joe.

Through it all the ship drives
forward, with the Old Man on
the bridge, wrestling the gale and

revelling in it... . And then,
the sun comes out.
Singapore

By January 1942, the Japanese
were pressihg hard on Johore,
the last State on the mainland
of Malaya. The desperate Battle
of the Rivers was draining away
our forward fighting strength,

Even Singapore itself was not
properly prepared for seige, and
Winston, himself, generously
takes far more than his share ot
the blame. ee

He cabled Mr. Attlee from
Washington: “If the Malay pen-
insula has been starved tor the
sake of Libya and Russia, no one
is more responsible than I- . . .”
Six weeks later General Percival
—without water, food, or am-
munition—capitulated Singa-
pore,

Meantime, in North Africa the
desert cat called Rommel had
got among the birds in the
Benghazi Bulge, and there, too,
once more we were in retreat.

U boats

Still graver matters were at
hand. Hitler’s U boat fleet was
not yet at the peak of its con-
struction—or destruction,

By February, it mustered close
on 300 submarines, and was sink-
ing 400,000 tons of Allied shipping
every month (the sinkings rose to
nearly double this figure). Hitler
came nearer than the Kaiser to
throttling the life out of this
island.

And in the East? So far, the
Japanese had seized an empire
there by never letting their
troops or ships pass beyond the
umbrella of their aircraft, either
shore or carrier-based.

They planned to make Midway
a second Pearl Harbour. So it
turned out to be—for the Jap-
anese. The American bombers
sank the four enemy fleet carri-
ers, and broke for keeps the
offensive sea-air power of Japan
in the Far East.

Germany continued to
lenge our own in the West.

in

pe ee ee

chal-

(By ECONOMIST)

The debate in the House of
Assembly in connection with the
plan to utilize 29 acres of agricul-
tural land at Seawell was produc-
tive of interesting points of view
from, both Government and the
Opposition. There was merit in
the conflicting arguments present-
ed by the Members who spoke.
Three courses suggest themselves:
(1) division among a few families
—seven in all—giving each four
acres, part of which would be re-
served for a house spot and the
usual adjuncts, including accomo-
dation for some livestock; the re-
mainder being devoted to cash
and food crops; (2) division
among a larger number of families
on a one acre each basis; (3)
division on a housing plan, say
one-half acre to each, thereby ac-
commodating some 50 families
who at present may be badly off
for house plots and gardening
space and who, in the main, de-
rive their income as hired labour
of one kind or another — land,
public works, skilled trades -— or
even “as fishermen.

rca Sa ety

In regard’ to (1), the Govern-
ment plan is to create a_ self-
contained unit for each family
who would live entirely off the
land, marketing sugar-cane and
other produce, with a supply of
fcod crops, milk, eggs, ete. for
home consumption as well — a
highly commendable object.
Government, however, must be
convinced that four acres. would,
under normal conditions, be

Pain

ie a ee



(By FRANK OWEN)

Malta was the key, both of the
Mediterranean dnd the . Desert
wars While we held this horn-
ets’ nest no Italian fleet dared put
to sea. and the Axis supply line
to Africa was under constant
attack — very important when
their sea supply took three days
and our own, round the Cape,
three months.

But to reinforce the devoted
garrison was for long a venture-
some affair.

Murmansk was comparable.
The figures starkly show what
Mr. Churchill colourfully tells, a
tale of merchantman heroism.

Of Convoy P.Q.17, which sailed
from Iceland to Archangel on
June 27, 1942, Churchill writes :
“The scattered, defenceless force
fell easy prey to the marauding
aircraft and U boats.. Of the
34 ships, 23 were sunk. One

of the most melancholy naval
episodes of the war.”

Alamein
The Second Front — which

Stalin never ceased to urge upon
his Western Allies — was de-
layed in favour of the plan to
take the entire North African
shore. Winston was persuaded that
this plan was the best, both West
and East—for he had also to
think of our tenuous life-line past
Arabia and Persia to India,

At Alamein, in October, Mont-
gomery opened the score: “To-
gether we will hit the enemy for
six, out of North Africa,” he said,
and did. With a thousand guns,

NIGHT

wheel to wheel, he blasted a hole |
in Rommel’s front and drove his |
armour through, In three months
the Eighth Army advanced 1,500}
miles, a fighting, march unparal-
Jeled in history.

Three months more, and join- |
ing hands with Eisenhower's
Anglo-American Army approach- |
ing from the West, the Allies had
redeemed all Africa.

So The Long Night ended, and |
at last as Winston said “the bright |

gleam of victory caught our|
soldiers’ helmets.” |
Tragedy |

Here, in these pages, is Tragedy. |
Churchill, visiting the White |
House, hears suddenly and utterly
unexpectedly the news: “Tobruk
has surrendered, with 25,000
men.” He sits silent, stunned b)
the catastrophe to his country’s
arms. }

All Roosevelt says is: “How |
can I help?” And nobly he helps. |

Here is Farce, and bedroom
farce, too Molotov, visiting
Chequers, searches his bed-
chamber from end to end, prods}
the bed itself for infernat!
machines, keeps a revolver by the |
bedside. He must have thought!
he was at home. |

Mr. Churchill pays fine tribute |
to wartime colleagues, both to old |
personal friends and to old politi-
cal opponents, Beaverkrook and
Eden, Attlee and Cripps.

A thoughtful main or womar
will want to read this book.

*“The Hinge of Fate: Second
World War, Vol. IV” (Cassel
25s.).



‘Courage is No. I

Test Of

IF it happened—Churchill knew
about it. Anything that affected
the life of the nation could draw

from him a crisp memorandum
probing motives, meanings, or
misunderstandings Vclume IV

contains the now-familiar appen-
dix of these personal minutes and
telegrams. Among them :—
TO Sir Edward Bridges (Civil
Service chief), October 8, 1942-
@ FOR YOUR private informa-
tion, I rate the capacity of a man
to give a useful opinion on any
question connected with war in
accordance with the following
three conditions: First, courage
und ability, Second, real experi-
ence of the fire. Third, peace-
time Staff Studies and routine
promotion,
TO Food Minister, November 21,
1942:
@1 HOPE it is not true that we
are enforcing a whole set of vexa-
tious regulations of. this kind
(about thé ban on the exchange
of rationed food). it is absolutely
contrary to logic and good sense
that a person may not give away
or exchange his rations with some-
one who at the mement he feels
has a greater need, It strikes at
neighbourliness and friendship,
TO President of the Board of
Trade, December 4, 1942:
@ I am told that the whole of
the Army have been made to
strip off their regimental badges,
at Sreat detriment to esprit de
corps. As many of the soldiers
paid for these badges themselves
there has been a lot of distress
ecaused....Let me know exactly

adequate to achieve this object,
with a reasonable chance of
success. And, if successful, simi-
larly to develop other areas when
and if available. Under local
conditions where most land is
already in a highly productive
state and must be so maintained
under the economic conditions
with which the island is faced —
additional areas for such purposes
will prove very difficult to come
by. The Moyne Commission gave
@ great deal of study to the factors
influencing the existing set-up
here and which centre on the need
for the highest managerial
efficiency in order to secure maxi-
mum out-turn per unit of land.
In the circumstances, land values
will always be high and out of
reach of peasant families not al-
ready in possession of small units
often acquired in crisis times, The
conditions which now obtain no
doubt influenced those speakers
who argued aguinst the Govern-
ment proposals, however valuable
these might be under a different
set of economic conditions,

In regard to (2), it is obvious
that one acre is tco small to enable
a peasant holder to work it ad-
yantageously if he has to keep
some livestock with Which to
maintain fertility and thus par-
tially to live off the production of
his acre. In any case, the most
of his income would still have to
come from sources outside his
holding. We suggest, therefore, a
compromise scheme which, by in-
lensive methods with specialized

In The Neck



A Man’

what the Board of Trade said t:
the War Office which led them to
this step.

TO Minister of Agriculture and
Food Minister, April 19,, 1943:
@ I understand you: have discon- |
tinued the small sugar _ ration
which was allowed to bees, and |
which in the spring months is
most important to their work
throughout the whole year. Pray |
let me know what is the}
saving in starving the bees of |

private owners ?
TO Foreign Secretary, May
1942:

19,
|
@ The telegrams seem to be |
growing longer and longer..... . |
The waste of time and energy
involved in these long codings |
and decodings is most serious.
TO Sir E, Bridges, April 20, 1943:
@ THE ringing of the bells to
summon worshippers as describea
in my answer in Parliament today |
does not mean that the bells |
should be rung at odd times for
weddings or funerals.
TO Secretary of State

for War,}|
April 17, 1953:

distributed by the Army Bureau |

of Current Affairs. The poster is a
disgraceful libel on the conditions
prevailing in Great Britain before
the war..... It is a very wrong
thing that the War Office should
be responsible for such exaggerat-
ed and distorted propaganda, The
soldiers know their homes are not
like that... withdraw the poster
forthwith.
—L.E.S.

crops, might satisfy both Govern-
nent and the Opposition. There
is great need for increasing the |
production of fresh vegetables and
may it not be that two acres, in-
tensively worked, would provide a
self-contained unit ? A market for
fiesh vegetables is assured, they
are practically always in short
supply — inereasihg hotel require-
ments also have to be met. It is
envisaged that one acre say would
carry a cottage, a cowshed and so
on, room for cultivation of forage
and some provision crops; the
other acre being given over to
vegetables in proper rotation. It
would mean that irrigation facili-
ties would have to be established
over the whole block and carefully |
maintained, Charges could be on
a rental basis both for land and





use of water. The present Gov- |
ernment scheme envisages a rent |
charge — a good safeguard, in the
early stages partitularly, and now
generally adopted in all planned
settlement schemes. Under the
expert advice ‘and careful super-
vision of an Agricultural Officer,
various co-operative method: |
could be given full rein, including |
marketing and disposal of the
produce, This is the idea in bare
outline: SY

In regard tO (3), this. shoulc
only be adopted if circumstances
in the particular area demand ;
housing scheme. It has no speci.)
merit from a production point of
view, although more generally
useful perhaps than cutting uy
the land into one acre lots which.



solves nothing,



i

NOBODY’S
DIARY

Sunday — It seems strange that with all our|

energies directed towards building up a
tourist industry that the authorities have
turned a blind eye to an eyesore that I
saw on Rockley Beach this morning. If
nothing is done to stop this dumping of
huts on our beaches it is not unlikely that
tenantries will soon spring up along our
most attractive districts which are our
most valuable assets.

|Monday — The authentic steel bands—those| ;

that employ petrol drums as musical in-
struments — have greatly improved, but
there is a mew menace, a new type of
steel band in which the bandsmen are
armed with all types of domestic uten-
sils is springing up. This new type is
not only hard on the ear drums but it is
hard on the pots and which were not
manufactured for this purpose.

Tuesday — There has been no Official re-
lease from the Oils and Fats Conference
but it seems certain that the consumer
will be paying more for the raw prod-
ucts.

Wednesday — To-day for the first time

people in the Eastern Caribbean must} %

have felt that they have a common coun-
try of origin. The new West Indian
Currency notes in circulation to-day gave
them this feeling. The new currency is
the first tangible evidence that there is
a possibility of federation at some future
date and that something besides hot air

will be evolved from the numerous con-

ferences,

Cfhursday — To-day we can breathe a sigh
of relief; a hurricane is supposed to have
passed, us by yesterday. Judging from
the notice published it would be difficult
to determine exactly the position of this
Hurricane — 400 miles East South-East
of Barbados and 500 miles North-East of
Trinidad.

"riday — Planters should subsidise all sports
tours to the island. When the MCC send
a team here or when there is Intercol-
onial cricket it is a signal for rain. Now

it is the turn of the schoolboys’ team to

bring the rain,

AARBADOS WATERWORKS
DEPARTMENT

MONTHLY REPORT, JULY, 1951
The “crop” is over,



the last sugar factory closing

down about the middle of the month, but the
reservoirs on the west coast will

General not have recovered their full
Supply supply level until the middle of

August. The deficiency area of
rorth-east St. Peters and south-east St. Lucy is
aring better but is not yet getting a 24 hours’

| upply. This will come when the reservoirs have
PRAY see the attached poster |

‘ecovered their full depth and,
remain when Haymans Well

it is hoped, will
operating. F

(vide below)

Water supply by lorry has ceased and the three
Water Tank vehicles stand ready for call in
Lorries . case of hurricane.

The- sinking of the new well at Haymans, to
replenish Warleigh Reservoir in St. Peter and so
obviate the necessity of drawing off the high level
main to the detriment of the defi-
ciency area mentioned in the first
paragraph above, has progressed
to 25 feet, and half of the mile

Western
Supply

‘ong pipeline has been laid, Unless an unforeseer

Land Use |

| omplete, most of the foundation concrete has been

difficulty crops up, the work should be completec
by the end of December, as desired.

Excavation for foundations and basements is
laid and the coral block walls
have started. It has been’ ne-
cessary to bring pressure to bear
to get an adequate supply of the
blocks of stone.

Belle Electric
Pumping
Station

As all subterranean work has been completed in
the well and adit, the shaft has been sealed with a
platform about 10 feet below the
surface, to prevent debris from
the pumping station falling down
the well and also to prevent con-
tamination of the sheet water from above.

With both the 15” diameter main near Collymore
Rock, and the 18” diameter to the

New Weii
at Belle

Bridgetown west of Waterford, very hard
Arterial coral rock is being encountered.
Mains Progress will remain slow until

this texture has been passed.

To relieve the demand on the high level Fort
George system in the parish of Christ Church,

it is proposed to lay a main
Bridgetown from above Brittons Reservoir
Suburban along the top of Rendezvous Ridge,

Development past Graeme Hall as far as Christ
Church Parish Church, i
should enable the several properties on the top o-

Christ Church Ridge to receive a higher pressure

and a more reliable supply.

Two reconnaissances have been carried out dur-
ing the month with the object of circumventing
the slipping hillside above Glen-
burnie below cliff in St-
Further investigation is

East Coast
Supply

main along the top of the cliff from Parish Hill
near St. John’s Church to Edgecliff, passing Clif-
ton, drop down a steep cliff path with special
piping and join the old main near the parochial!
boundary between St. Joseph and St. John, Should
this prove practicable, it should greatly improve

jconditions in the lower part of St. Joseph and in

St. Andrew, which have a more or less precarious

supply at present, due to breaks in the main above |

Glenburnie.
These are prominent at the present time from the
points of view of the several Vestries. Very few
small diameter pipes are available

This |

John,
neces -
sary, but it is hoped to run a new |

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about hl own failings (the mean-

THOMPSON ness, the yellow streak, etc.) or
THE CATCHER IN THE RYE. so willing to’see tls2 other fellow’'s
By J. D. Salinger. Hamish point of view. He realises that
Hamilton. 10s. 6d. 253 pages he is a pain to parents and teachers
HOLDEN CAULFIELD is a and a bore to his schoolmates,
terrible mess and knows it. He But there is nothing he can do
is being kicked out of his fourth about it. That is how he is.
school for perverse refusal to Terrible. ,

make any effort with studies.
But that is only part of the

For example, when he lost the
fencing team’s foils on the sub-

trouble with Holden, who is 16 way, it was. strictly the end,
and feels like a hundred He Holden admits it. Still, the team
does not look like a hundred, need not have been so pom-
however, or there would not be pous. After all, it had its funny
all that trouble every time Holden side.

tries to buy a drink, Faced with the prospect of ex-

As the boy explains in his own pulsion and a painful interview
brand of English (promising little with his father. Holden decides
brother of the English used by to quit school independently and

American soldiers nm war novels),

visit New York. What the pur-

he hates the world. Everything pose of the expedition is he never
is wrong with it, strictly every- clearly works out, which __ is
thing, except his kid sister charactéfistic of him. In New

Phoebe and his brother Allie
one that died).
Holden is essentially fair-mind-

ed. Nobody could franker

(the

be

York he tries to drinks and to be
a great lover. On this latter sub-
ject he has strong opinions. “L
year,” he says “I made a rule

rst

that I was going to quit horsing
around with girls. I ‘broke it
though the same week I made
it—the ‘same night as; a matter
of fact. Sex is just something IL
don’t understand.”

When ‘the lift attendant at the
hotel offers to find him .female
companionship Holden accepts, It
is hardly a success. The great
lover wants the girl .o tell him
about her terribly sad life. The
girl wants ten dollars and sends
for the lift man.

As Holden puts it: “In my mind,
I'm probably the biggest sex-
maniac you ever saw.”



He takes a girl to the theatre

and is terribly rude to her; he
does not know why But the
theatre affects him strangely. Of
the Lunts he says: “Very good but
I didn’t like them much,” (A
typical Holden statement) “They

acted more like. they were cele-
brities and all, I mean they

good, but they were too good.”

were



Nor does Oliver’s Hamlet please
him any better. “He was too
much like a goddam general, in-
stead of a sad, screwed-up type
guy.” Holden decides he really
ought to read plays, not see them.
“If an actor acts it out, I hardly
listen. I keep worrying ,about
whether he is going to do some-
thing phoney every minute.”

Ringing people up in the middle
of the night, crying, arguing with
taxi-drivers (about what happens
to the birds in Central Park lake
when it freezes, a topic madden-
ing to taxi-drivers). Holden
moves towards a climax of misery.

A cross-grained, utterly impos-
sible young man with a nice boy



hidden inside him. Pathetic, too
On the first page, I said, “The
prychiatrists wil get you if you
don’t watch out.” They d ,
Thirty-two-year-old Salinger’s
first novel is a distinguishe@ ex-
OSU of adolescence it” its
west Tuuching and, in a wry

rt of way funny,

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SATURDAY, AUGUST

18,

1951



Will Be

Revised

A TOTAL of 95-600 people have registered out of a total of
102,642 who are qualified to vote, it was revealed at the
Colonial Secretary's Press Conference yesterday.

During the next two months the revision of the Electoral
lists will take place throughout the island. The lists as they
stand at present will shortly be posted in the various dis-
tricts and at Post Offices and Police Stations.



Panama Canal
Zone Stamp

The Governor of the Canal
Zone in replying to His Ex-
cellency’s letter of appreci-
ation of the decision of the
Canal Zone Government to
issue a stamp to commemor-
ate the contribution of West
Indian workers to the build-
ing of the Panama Canal,
has stated that these work-
ers richly deserve the hon-
ours which are being ex-
tended to them. The Govern-
or of the Canal Zone quoted
figures to show that more
than 30,000 contract labour-
ers were brought to the Isth-
mus by the Isthmian Canal
Commission between 1904—-
1914, of whom approxim-
ately two-thirds were re-
cruited in Barbados.



Hazlewood
Installed

The Rev. Gordon Vivian Elton
Haziewood, M.A. was yesterday
instituted, inducted and installed
Dean of St. Michael’s Cathedral
and Rector of the parish of St.

Michael at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral.

A large section of the laity
including His Excellency the

Governor Sir Alfred Savage and
Lady Savage witnessed the cere-
mony. The service was fully
choral and tihe lessons were read
by Canon Harvey Read and
Canon A. H. Barlee.

The sermon was delivered by
the Rt. Rev. His Lordship the
Bishop. In his sermon’ which
was taken from Psalm 46, verse
five—“God is In the Midst of Her;
therefore She Shall Not be Moved,
God Shall Help Her and That
Right Early”-—he asked the laity
to give their every support to the
new Dean and to remember him in
their prayers.

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Boarding And
Lodging Suit
If Doris Christian of Halls Road

can pay Court of Error and other

costs before next Friday, a case in
which Judge J. W. B. Chenery of
the Assistant Court of Appeal gave
judgement against her will be sent
back to be tried. This was the

ruling of The Honourable the
Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore

yesterday in the Court of Error
when’ Christilan’s appeal was
heard.

Judgment had previously been
given against her when she did
not attend the hearing of the case
after many adjournments.

The case was one in which
Sylvia Hall of King William
Street, Bridgetown, claiined £50
for boarding and lodging three of
Christian’s children from Jufy 1,
1949 to April 30, 1950 at £2 per
day.

The boarding and lodging of the
children was alleged to have oc-
curred when Doris Christian was
ill. There were a boy and two
girls.

Christian is an Antiguan.

Mr, J. E. T. Brancker appeared
for Sylvia Hall and Mr. J. S. B.
Dear for Christian.

Christian told the Court that she
did not attend the court when
judgment was given against her
because she was ill. On one of the
occasions when it was adjourned
she sent a letter stating she was
ill and she subsequently heard
that the case was adjourned until
June 3. June 3, however, hap-
pened to be a Sunday. —

It was after six adjournments
that Judge Chenery gave his
judgment,



SIR CLEMENT MALONE
GRANTED TIME
EXTENSION

Sir Clement Malone, who car-
ried out an investigation in con-
nection with the Princess Alice
Playing Field, reported that owing
to the Enquiry which he under-
took in Antigua at the request ot
the Governor of the Leeward
Islands, he would be unable to
submit his Report to His Excel-
lency by the 15th August as
originally intended and requested
that the date should be extended
to the 31st imstant, His Excellency
has approved the extension.

LAND FOR ‘WINDOW’
ON THE SEA TO BE
EXCHANGED

Work in tidying up the windows
on Bay Street will commence
soon, the Hon. the Colonial
Secretary said at a Press Confer-
ence yesterday.

On Tuesday last the Resolution
to authorise the exchange of
certain -small strips of land
adjoining the “window” next to
the eye hospital was introduced
in the House of Assembly. After
careful consfGeration it was de-
cided that the layout of this
particular area would be improv-



ed if the exchange could be
made. As soon as the Resolution
giving legislative approval has

been passed, work can be speeded
up in rendering the area pleasing
to the eye.

Work is also going ahead with
clearing the strip of land be-
tween the Gas Company and the
Ice Factory in Bay Street This
window will serve to admit a most
pleasing view of the harbour.

_ The necessary forms for ebjec-
tions and for qualified voters
whose names have been omitted
will soon be available at Police
Stations or from the Registering
Officers of the Parish.

The report of the Supervising
Officer gives the following figures
for the list of voters:

Registered Refused Total

Bridgetown 6.200 391 6,591
St. Michael 32,552 2,952 35,504
Christ Church 12,594 1,023 13,617
St. Philip 7,144 356, 7,500
St. George 7,308 563 eh
St. John 4,790 170 4,960
St. Joseph 3,551 254 3,805,
St. Thomas 4,114 287 4.401
Si. James 5,742 282 6,024
St. Andrew 3,362 204 3,566
St. Peter 4,329 362 4.721
St. Lucy 3.914 168 4,082
Total 95,600 7,042 102,642

Of the total registered 40,486 or
42% are men and 55,114 or 58%
are women. Refusals are 2,495 or
36% men and 4,547 or 64%
women,

in five districts only one person
in the respective district refused
to register, while the highest
number of refusals in any one dis-
trict was 1€4, though the highest
percentage of refusals to electors
in one district was 31.9%.

The Registration Districts show

that: —
) district has between 1,000—1,100 voters
5 districts have between 801—1,000

2 ” ” ” 601— 800

89 401— 600
47 301— 400
35

7 100— 200 ,,



76-Year-Old
Dies From Shock

Death by misadventure was the
verdict returned by a nine-man
jury when the inquiry into the
circumstances surrounding the
death of 76-year-old Ida Lavine
of Peterkins Land was concluded
at District “A” yesterday.

The Coroner was Mr. E. a.
McLeod. Lavine was taken to the
General Hospital on the night of
August 14 suffering from burns
and died suddenly’ on August 16.

Dr. Browne who performed the
post mortem examination said that
the deceased died from shock
brought om by the extensive burns
she received,

First witness called wa$ Edna
Husbands who said that she used
to live with the deceased in the
same houfe. On the night of
August 14 about 9.30 o'clock she
heard the deceased shout “Edna
help me.” On running to her bed-
room she saw that the dress she
was wearing was ablaze and a
lamp without a shade was on the
floor of the room.

She (Husbands) shouted for the
neighbours who came and assisted
in putting out the fire. The de-
ceased was taken to the Hospital
later the same night. On August
16 she identified her body to Dr.
Browne who performed the post
mortem examination.

Tyrell Yard, a 32-year-old sea-
man of Peterkins Land said that
he helped in putting out the fire
in the house of the deceased. Be-
fore he went to the house he heard
someone shout “Look Miss Lavine
house on fire.”

While he was in the house he
heard the deceased say that Edna
Husbands had thrown acid on her
and put her on fire. When he
went in the house the back of the
house was on fire and he threw a
bucket of water on the blaze.

Some of the fire went out, but
the clothes of the deceased were

burning.



Hawkers Prefer
Market In Prince
Wm Henry Street

THE MAJORITY of hawkers interviewed by the Advocate
yesterday said that they would prefer a market built for

them at the open spot at
opposite Messrs. DaCosta &

Prince William Henry Street,

Co., Ltd. Some felt that this

market would only be able to accommodate a few hundred

and to relieve the congestion,

a second market should be

built at the Cumberland Square.

A few hawkers fron St, Thomas
would like the market built at the
corner of Suttle Street on a spot
where E C. Hil’s building now
stands. They said it would suit
them very much. Another hawker
feels that this spot would be in an
already congested area.

The Broad Street hawkers, as
well as+ those in -alleys between
Broad and Swan Streets, are in
favour of the site at Prince Wil-
liam Henry Street.

Central Spot

Nicey Bellamy, wno has been
selling in Broad Street for over
30 years, said: “A market at
Prince William Henry Street is
the type of market we would like.
It is a central spot. I have already
told some of my customers that it
is likely that I will have to remove
to Temple Yard. They replied
that it would be very inconvenient
sor them .My customers would like
Prince William Henry Street. With
a roof and stalls laid out that site
would make a beautiful market.”

Olive Blackman, another

Broad Street vendor for over 25
years, is also in favour of the
Prince William Henry Street
site. “We have already made
a good name for ourselves in
this area: so why remove us to
Temple Yard? If 1 am removed
to that spot I feel that I would
lose some of my customers. Re-
move us to Prince William Hen-
ry Street site and we shall be
quite satisfied.”

Nicey Belgrave, who for the past
30 years has been selling at Luke’s
Alley, to Broad Street side, said:
“A market on the Prince William
Henry Street site would accom-
modate about two or three hun-
dred hawkers. It would hold all
the hawkers from Broad Street,
Swan Street, the adjoining alleys
and surrounding districts. It
would be sanitary. It would ba
airy and I doubt very much that it
would spoil the surrounding
scenery, Take us to the Prince
William Henry Street site and we
will be satisfied .”

Martha Ward of Hillaby, St.
Thomas, has been selling at the
corner of James Street for many
years. She finds it very conveni-
ent to sell there.

Prefer Suttle Street

She said: “I come to,town four
or five times a week to sell, On
nearly every occasion I bring a
large number of bags and baskets
with me, I travel by bus and if
the bus unloaded my bags and bas-
kets at the corner of Broad Street
I would have great difficulty in
getting them into markets either
at Prince William Henry Street or
the Highways and Transport site.
I would much prefer the market
erected at the corner of Suttle
Street on the site where E. C.
Hill’s building is at present situ-
ated. It will also be fairly con-
venient for me to unload my ar-
ticles at Lower Broad _ Street
and take them across the road into
a market at Cumberland Square
but I still prefer a market at the
corner of Suttle Street.”

Sylvia Knight, who sells beside
Martha Ward, is also in favour
of a market being erected on the
E. C. Hill site. She said that this
site was right in the route of their
bus and would suit them fine
She said that two markets could
be erected. “One at the Highways
and Transport ‘site to suit the
hawkers coming to town by the
southern and eastern buses and
one at the corner of Suttle Street
for the people who use the north-
ern buses,” she said

Fthel Webster of Canefield, St.
Thomas. would also like to sell
in a market at the corner of Suttle
Street. She said: “It would be all
O.K. with me if the Government

was going to provide vans to con-
vey our bags and baskets, Then,
and only then could the market
be placed at some-out-of-the-
way spot.”

Should Be In One Area

Delcina Robinson, a vendor of
Tudor Street, said: “I prefer
Temple Yard or Cumberland
Square. After the people are ac-
customed going down to the meat
and fish market so why make
them go up to a fruit and vege-
table market. If all the markets
are close to each other within an
hour the housewife could com-
plete her shopping. It makes no
sense carrying the Market to the
Highways and Transport or Prince
William Henry Street sites.”

Another vendor who sells at
James Street, when approached
by a reporter, said: “I am name-
less. In my opinion there should
be three markets. One at Prince
William Henry Street, the other
at the Highways and Transport
cite and the last either at Cum-
berland Square or Temple Yard.
If one market is built it is not
going to accommodate all the ven-
dors in Bridgetown.
talking about building one why
not talk about two or three.”

Cocoa Overpriced |S SRk RRO eee
INSIST ON

His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday fined Mrs. Philip Gallo-
way of the Ivy, St. Michael £3 for
contravening the Price Control
Order on July 5, 1951.

She appealed against the de-
cision, Mrs. Galloway offered for
sale a quarter pound tin of Fry’s
Cocoa at 27 cents while the sche-
dule price is 26 cents.

B.N.A. Collect $490

The Barbados Nurses’ Associa-
tion collected $490.64 at their an-
nual Flag Day which was run on
August 3. That amount was more
than last years $484.73 and 1949's
$386.34, but the collection has on
a previous occasion reached the
$700 mark, f

The first Flag Day the Associa-
tion held was in 1939, three years
after it was started.

Bata Must Quit

In the Court of Common Pleas
yesterday, the Honourable the
Chief Judge upheld a motion for
cn order against The British Bate
Shoe Co, Ltd., to give up posses-
sion of the premises they now
ececupy, belonging to the Ceniral
Foundry Ltd.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C, instruct-
ed by Messrs Cottle Catford & Co.,
appeared for the Central Foundry
Lid,





£2 FOR FAILING
TO CLOSE SHOP

Egerton Harding” of Baxters
Road, St. Michael was ordered to
pay a fine of £2 by His Worship
Mr. H. A, Talma for violating the
Shop Closing Act.

‘The offence was committed on
July 14. The fine is to be paid in
14 days or in default one month's
imprisonment,

PETITION GRANTED

The Honourable the Chief Judge
in the Court of Ordinary yester-
day, granted the petition of Eva
G. Belle of Grazettes Road, St
Michael, a widow, to the estate of
her son Lionel G. Belle, late of
St .Michael.

Mr. J. S. B, Dear instructed by
Mr. K. C. Browne of Messrs
Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors,
appeared for Eva Belle,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

95,600 People Register To Vote

Electional Lists

SUGAR SHIP LEAVES
SPEIGHTSTOWN

Health Centre

Goes Up Al

Arlington

HE HARRISON

LINER s.s.

Statesman took all

sugar from Speightstown and Sixmen’s sugar bonds
except 14 bags when it called last week-end to load sugar
for the U.K, She will be the last ship to call at Speightstown

for sugar this year.

CUT THIS
OUT

It was pointed out by the
Colonial Secretary at yester-
day's Press Conference thai
these hints on what to do be-
fore and after a hurricane
would be useful to house-
holders.

1. Make sure you are ac-
quainted with the warn-
ing signals, and that you
know who is in charge
of hurricane relief in
your district. If you
don't know this, make
enquiry at the nearest
Police station.

See that the fastenings
of doors and windows
are secure.

If you have hurricane
shutters be certain that
they still fit and have not
warped.

Have ready a small sup-
ply of tinned milk and
tinned food as emer-
gency rations.

Keep hurricane lanterns
filled with kerosene.
After a Hurricane Warning

1. Do not rush to the tele-
phone and start ringing
all your friends, by so
doing you may prevent
an important officia!
communication from
getting through.

Draw off some water in-
to clear receptacles for
drinking; shut, fasten
and barricade doors and
windows as much as
possible.

Buckets of sand will help
to put out fires.

Take cover in as secure
a shelter as possible.
After a Hurricane:

5.

3.
4.



1. Never drink water with-
out boiling,

2. Do not crowd round re-
a centres unnecessar-
ily.

3. Do not go sight seeing.

4. Even if you are slightly
injured it is as well to be
inoculated against
tetanus.

5. Do your best to help the

Relief Organisation.

10/- For Assault

Justices G. L. Taylor and H, A
Vaughan sitting in the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday varied
a decision of His Worship Mr
C. W. Rudder who fined Daphney
Knight of Christ Church 25 /- and
2/- costs for assaulting and beat-
ing McDonald Jackman of March-
field, St. Philip.

Their Honours ordered Knight
to pay a fine of 10/- for thé
offence which was committed on
May 5, 1951.

The decision of Mr. Rudder who



fined Jackman 10/- for assaulting
Instead of and beating Knight on the same

date was confirmed. Jackman was
ordered to pay the appeal costs
which amounted to 8/4.

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Tne Statesman arrived at
Speightstown on Saturday morn-
ing when she began to load, and
sailed Monday night on her home-
bound voyage. She loaded approx-
imately 1,422 tons of sugar, mak-
ing a total of approximately 19,797
tons of sugar to have been ship-
ped from that port this year

Of the load taken by the States-
man, Messrs Plantations Ltd
hipped 802 tons, Messrs. R. & G
Challenor & Co,, Ltd. (Speights-

town) 120 tons, and Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor & Co., Ltd. (Six-
men’s) 500 tons,

The total of 19,797 tons of
sugar was taken by six ships
They were the Harrisons Liners

Herdsmen, Craftsmen, Tribesman
and Statesman, the C.N.S. freight-
er Canadian Constructor and the
chartered Saguenay Terminals’
S. S. London Vendor. The Har-
rison ships took their loads to the
U. K. while the other two ships
loaded for Canada.

The sug*’r shipped from
Speightstown was produced at
Haymans Factory, St. Peter, and
Fairfield and Springhall, St. Lucy.
The three’ factories produced
about 24 to 26 thousand tons of
sugar this crop, part of which was
transported by Jorry to Bridge-
town.

Some of the sugar workers of
Speightstown said that they we:
sorry that all the sugar produced
in St. Peter and St. Lucy was not
shipped out of the island from
Speightstown. “Speightstown can
handle it,” said one of them whil
another observed thet the «hip-
pers would have to find more
bonding space. A shipping clerk
baid: “Ships will always be wel-
come in Speightstown because it
relieves much of the unemploy-
ment,

HE PUBLIC WORKS Depart-
ment have begun to reno-
vate Arlington, the three-storied
building at the corner of Queen
and Chapel Streets, Speightstown,
into a health centre.

Carpenters and masons have
been working on it for over two
weeks now. More rooms will be
added to the already big building

ALDO RAMSEY = defeated

Michael Simmons 3—2 in
the Fox Club Table Tennis Finals
on Wednesday night to become
his club’s champion, He was pre-
sented with the Silver Challenge
Cup. Ben Blackman carried off
the “B"” class trophy by defeating
Lionel Rogus 3—0.

The scores in the fixture Ram-
sey vs Simmons were 21—17;
22—20; 11—21; 14—21; 21—17,

AIN FELL in
every day this week up to
Thursday, Rainfall returns at Dis-

trict “E” Police Station recorded
2.04 inches.
The best day’s fall was on

Wednesday when 1.70 inches fell
during the day. On Monday night
2 parts were received, on Tuesday,
20 parts, and on Thursday 12 parts
by night.

Wills Admitted To Probate

The following wills were ad-
mitted to probate by the Honour-
able the Chief Judge Sir Allan
Collymore yesterday: —

Richard Murrell Howard Smith
St. Philip, Edith Parris, St, Mi-
chael, James Francis Burton,
Christ Church, Hubert Austin
Doughty, St. Michael.



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The cld premises of the Bay
Street Boys’ Club is to be con
verted into a Girls’ Club. This!
new Girls’ Club, which will be
the second in the island, will be |
opened on August 27. Girls are
now being enlisted by Inspecto:
Connell of the Bridge Police
Station,

Colonel Michelin, Commission-
er of Police, said: “The annua
appeal for funds for the runnin

of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls
Clubs, which now number ten
will start on September 1

“The appeal takes the form o
a raffle. Tickets will cost om
dollar each and the prizes are
First Prize—a car; second prize
a refrigerator, third prize—radig-
gram; fourth prize—sewing ma-
chine and fifth prize—a bicycle.” |

He said: “It is hoped vat |
everybody will give a dollar I}
is a dollar to a good cause an
the person may win a_ valuable
prize. These clubs mean a lot t
the boys and girls who use then
and provide a healthy atmosphere |
for them in their leisure hours. |
The benefits of these clubs will}
be seen in years to come.” |

The members of the Bay Street |
Club now have aie quantity of |
trays for sale. At the other clubs
the boys also make articles. These
are sold and a_ percentage goe:
to the boy and a_ percentage t
the club





B'dos Pharmacy
Again Wins Show

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vindow Contest

For the second time in suc
cessive years, the drug busines

of Messrs. Bruce Weatherhead
Ltd.—The Barbados Pharmacy

has won the drug store show
window display competition dur-
ing Pharmacy Week, staged by
the Pharmaceutical Society of
Barbados This week was

Pharmacy Week for this year.
The City Pharmacy gained
second place and Mr, C, Carlton

B. owne's drug store, third
place,

The judges were Mr. H. Gran-
num, Mrs, R. N. Jack and Mr

Everton Williams.

Tonight a social will be held at
Queen’s Park for the members of
the Pharmaceutical Society ane
their friends, bringing Pharmacy
Week to an end.

Regional Economic
Committee

THE Executive Committee of
the Regional Economic Committee
meets on Monday, August 20th,
The full Committee will meet on
Wednesday, August 22nd. The
Barbados Delegation will consist
of Mr. G, H. Adams, M,C.P., and
the following advisers:

The Honourable Sir John Saint,
Kt., The Honourable H, A. Cuke,
C.B.E., M.L.C,, The Honourable
K. R. Hunte, M.L.C., Mr- D, G
Leacock, Jnr, Captain G. J.
Bryan, M.C., Acting Financial
Secretary.

The purpose of the meeting is
to consider the report of the Trade
Delegation which recently visited
the United Kingdom and Canada.



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Birt? srriage or Fhmagome
é er C ib t the
€ 0) for any xf word
a 4 for each | Minimum charge week 72 cents and
ae a Phone 2508/96 cents Sumdays 24 wer’s — over 24
between 8.30 and 4 p.1 3113 for Death “ev cents word woek-—4 cents a
Notices only after 4 p.m wort on Sunday
The charge for announcements of
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week-days and 80 on Sundays |
for any number of words up to 50, and| ————
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26.6.51—78n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE,

Attention is drawn to the De-
fence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices)





Order, 1951, No. 14 which will be} —

published in the Official Gazette
of Thursday 16th August, 1951.
2. Under this Order the
Articles: —
Agarol

Alophen Pills
Beecham's Pills—Pear]
Betaplexin
Betaxin
Betaxin Tablets
Dettol
Ferrol-plain
Ferrol-compound
Irrudol “A”
Izal
Keplars Malt and Oil
Listerine Antiseptic
Lysol
Neko Soap 1%
Palatol-plain
*Palatol-compound
Palatol-Compound (from
United Kingdom).
Phospherine (from United
Kingdom)
Phyllosan
Polytaxin Capsules
have been deleted in their entire-
ty from the Defence (Control of
Drug and Patent and Proprietary
Medicine Prices) Order 1951,
No. 7.

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17.8.51—1n.

TAKE NOTICE

AXWELL
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ware, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is 250
Park Avenue, New York, New York,

United States of America, Manufacturers,
has applied for the registration of a
trede mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of tea and coffee, and wili
be entitled to register the same after

one month from the 16th day of August
1961 unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice in duplicate to me at
Ww office of opposition of such registra-
ton. The trade mark can be sten on
Heation at my office
Dated this 8th day of August 1951

H. WILLIAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks

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FANS—Ceiling and Desk
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Dial 3878. Da Costa & Co, Ltd.
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REFRIGERATOR—One 6 cu. ft. G.E
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18.8.51—2n

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1 China Cabinet (Mahogany) as new)
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FURNITURE—Complete suite in ma-
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Springs and matresses, Dressing Table,
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18.8.61—2n

OFFICE CHAIRS: Just received a
shipment of Office Posture Chairs with
three point adjustment. See them today
at T. Geddes Grant Ltd., or Dial 4442.

2.8.51—t.f.n.

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to 12 o'clock noon on Friday, August 3st
1951 for repairs to the St. Matthews’
Chapel Roof in accordance with a speci-
feation which can be seen on application
to this Office,

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Se a a ae jth _. | and a person or Firm whose tender
may e@ accepted will be required to
POULTRY submit letters from two persons (not
_— nn —————— | being members of the St. Michael's
Imported White Leghorn Cockerels. | Vestry) stating their willingness to
Three months. old, $5.00 each. Phone | cept suretyship for the satisfactory per-
Rishi 18.8.51—26 | formance of the work
MECHA CAL ee 2 ae. J. ASHBY,
NI hurehwarden’s Clerk.
Churehwarden’s Office,
TYPEWRITER — One Smith Premier| Parochial Bulldings,
Typewriter (noiseless), one Corona Bridgetown
Portable. Owen T Allder, Roebuck 18.8.51—5n
Street. Dial 3299 18.8.51—2n a mae -
Cals ste ta Seen ees teehee aap AD tn NOTICE
BARBADOS

MISCELLANEOUS













AFRICAN PRINT—Just received a
large assortment of African Print. Nice
designs and colours 48" w at The
Shopping Center. No. 37 Swan Street

18.8.51—2n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd





City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F N



Five hundred empt; drums



DRUM
at $1.50 each Apply K. R. Hunte &
Co, Ltd. Dial 5027. 18.8.51—6n
“KIDDE” CO2 Fire Extinguishers

Trigger Type—Model 10 @ $70.00 each.
Model 2% @ $45.00 each, Dial 4376.
{Tv Geddes Grant, Ltd 11,8.51—3n

| KOSSOLIAN—We have ‘“‘Kossolian”
Pcultry Tonic in stock recommended for
Chicks, Fowls, Ducks and Turkeys, and |
also assists in the Egg production
Frice 4/6 box Knight's Ltd.
17.8.51—2n



} KURBICURA—We also have ‘‘Kurbi-
cura’ in stock, an absorbent dressing
for Animals. Knight's Ltd

ONE LIQUOR ¥
Mr. Nurse, Flour Alley, City
18.8.51—I1n





to





RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing
....and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7.51—t.f.n.

"TAKE NOTICE

JELL

That GENERAL FOODS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
cxisting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is 250
Park Avenue, New York, New York
United States of America, Manufacturers,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A" of Register in
respect of foeds and ing edients of foods;
velatine, jellies, desserts, puddings and
pudding powders, ice cream powders, ice
cream mix, freezing mix, fruit extracts,
























confection . and will be entitled to)
register the 5 e after one menth from |
the 16th day of August 1961 |

unless some person shall in the meantime
to me at



give notice in duplicate mh
office of opposition of such registration. |
Tne trade mark can be seen on application
at 5 |
Dated this 8th day of August. 5
H. WILLIAMS



Registrar of Trade Ma

1951 |

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16.8.51—3n. |
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YROPOR OOPS SPCC POPES :|

‘s % |

‘. : |

S relax, enjoy and benefit ¥] RATES OF EXCHANGE |

% from your week-ends and & SANADA

x vacation. There is no better x AUGUST 17, 1951 |

? han by sailing. | 6s 4/10% pr. Cheques on

$ emer ¥ " x ; Bankers 61 4/10% pr |

> %, Demand

% SA | E % Drafts 61.25% pr

x FOR f x Sight Drafts 61 1/10% pr. |

% | 03 410% pr. Cable c

% R161 9/10% pr. Currency 59 9/10% pr. |

X ° % Coupons 59 2/10% pr. |

S Yaeht “ N 3 stv |

ss 4 J ° |

‘ . nt |

$ 3%) |

5 No, 5021, Lioyds Register ~ uae

S Auxiliary Cutter, Gross Tons 10.8 ¥, T D y ( A 4 ¢ |

S Loa a2 ft. b. 94 ft, dG ft, Can % 0-Day s G. A. SO |

SC sleep five, ideal for tt Just \& - * i otis |

% Gir dock, bottom copr and % I Love You +e

3 completely painted ~ “I love you I do.”

% B,W.I. dollars or For ¢j

os details apply to | ; ; z

a > ..That’s what every

: r 2

. » , seve whe

% COLE & Ce, hiD. 3 | woman says when

s s

s Bay Street, Barbadc Ri she sees the modern
14,8.51 » : :

« X] Gas Cooker

6A COOOL |

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943

Notice is hereby given that Alonza
Gooding, an Engineer, formerly residing
at Fairview, Christ Church, died as a
result of injuries sustained when he fell

from a ladder during his employ at
Roberts’ Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Bay
Street, St. Michael and that compensa-

tion has been paid into Court
All dependants of the above-named
Alonza Gooding (deceased) are hereby
requested ‘9 appear at the Assistant
Court of Appeal on Wednesday the 22nd
day of August, 1951, at 10 o'clock a.m,
Dated this 26th. day of July 1951.
A. W. HARPER,
Clerk, Assistant Court of Appeal

NOTICE \

Re Estate of






























































Branches (Civil & Mechanical) of
the Jamaica Government Railway.

2. Applicants should be able to
design and prepare specifications
for buildings and other Engineer-
ing Works, supervise the actual
construction of minor Engineer-
ing Works, and carry out levelling
and surveying, and should be
qualified and experienced in Me-
chanical Drawing and machine
design and be able to prepare me-
chanical specifications.

3. The salary is in the scale
£795 a year rising by increments
of £25 to £920 a year. The maxi-
mum salary may be offered to a
suitable candidate.

The appointment will be subject
to the passing of the prescribed
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will be on probation
for a period of three years.

4. Applications in writing,
stating qualifications and experi-
ence, should be addressed to the
General Manager, Jamaica Gov-
ernment Railway, and will be re-
ceived up to the 15th of Septem-
ber, 1951.

(Sged.) E. HAMILTON,
Acting General Manager.
18,8.51,—2n.














































































For further information apply te - -
DACOSTA & Cco.. LTD.—Agents

GRAPE-NUTS

That GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION, a corporation organized and existin
under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Ar ca, whose trade o
business address is 250 Park Avenue, New York, New York, United States o
America, Manufacturers, has applied for the registration of a trade mark In Par

A” of Register in respect of cereal foods, and will be entitled to register the sani
after one month from the 16th day of August 1951, unless some person. shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of suc
registration. The trade mark can be seen on application at my office

Dated this 8th day of August 1961.



Wroe, Steamehin Co:

One.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
NOTICE
PUBLIt SALES FOR RENT Neither the Master nor the Consignees | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC GOVERNMENT NOTICE
of the Motor Vessel “VELVET LADY”
Ten cents per agate line on week-days Minimum charge week 72 cents and| #¢ responsible for any debt or debts con The application of Liovd W holder |
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,’ 96 cents Su™days 24 words —- over 24 racted by the crew during her stay in | of Liquor License Ne of 19 g ted
we ag $1.50 on week-days oe 3 cents a word week—4 cents a| ths Port adders a 00. die Lindsay we ker in respect of a board | UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDI-
an Sundays. D Ss s SRARINEING x : } gavanized shop attached to residence ‘Te ‘'PrRePac ¢ . ?wEeEla© ar ran y r
on Sunday word on Sundays; Fe 6.8.51—8n | at Bay Land, St. Michael for permission | CATE OVERSEAS SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 1952.
in inal ~ er — | to use said Liquor License &« at second All persons desirous of sitting fe the 1952 Carn dgea Scho
REAL ESTATE : Noor of No and ground floor of No iui “4 7 3 : ‘
igang gen . HOUSES BARBADOS TURF CLUB 11 Swan Street, City Certificate Examination and wh follewir
a . ot satre j Dated this i4th day of August 951 o .
AND—SH5 sq. ft. situate at Prince | o:—H. A. TALMA, Esq... : caregeTes
¥ . . } ; D f ALMA, Esq., . ‘
pi evan gee ga oee ee CLIFTON TERRACE—T a PAYMENT OF PRIZES Polics Magistrate, (i) Full time pupils of schcols approved by the Department o
1 a ungalc pol rn d ” an approv: ot. “A* > a a . ‘ } sn didate f "
A. R. BROME, Brittons Hill, Dial 4191. | tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. : Cc. REGINALD WILSON Education as eligible to present schoc F oS
17.8.51—4n a Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All 6d. Consolation, Cash Prizes, a wi aa : Applicant School Certificate Examination;
vodern convenience: a o rie ~ a ba r S - i g i , alre. } oh ertifi ‘ .
That very desirable business premises | oe 38 oe 2 Stand Sweep, Pari Mutuel ered at a Lictntiee "Eoin te oe Rec geen (ii) Candidates who already hold a School Certificate or Junior
kicown as No. 22 Swan Street occupying | ——-——~ EE ES jand Forecast Competition Prizes | police Court, District “A” on Frida School Certificate;
@ corner site and standing on 2520 square| _MARWIN Maxwell Road, from ipt| Will be paid on and from Monday | the 24m de> of August, 1951 at 1) (iii) Unsuecessful entrants fcr the 1950 School Cr ficate Ex
feet of land | September Apply: E. H. Farmer,’ 20th instant. o'elock, a.m eg : 7 , : a
* eae application to the tenant | Andrews Plantation. Phone 95267 Horses and Serial Prizes on H. A. TALMA, ination who have not re-entered in 1951, but who o
tis re ca ber ent eas een oe re _ 16.8 51—4"-| and from Monday 27th instant. Pane ee eee authorisation from thé Syndicate to re-enter in 1952;
| conpetiiton en Friday | Sist August 195) | FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, new! Payment will be from 12.0( (iv) Candidates who will be taking the School Certificate Exam-+
at p.m. a e oO "e 0 7 ‘3 m } y q y ‘ ‘ = - ; 1 :
} CARRINGTON & SEALY 2280, ree ee ee Tt oom wae ~o ination in December 1951, (Such candidates will be alowed
18.8.51—12n — — : ‘i : . “ ” to re take the examination in December 195: they are
LAND FOR SALE t guitare inne clenitens ett is. Be Pen tes ADVERTISE. notified that their perforrnance in the 1951 examination-dees
LAND—Several Spots of Land at] ete. Good se€a-bathing. Available from ’ not qualify them to re-enter in 1952.)
aincwer, noes Bromage 90 Rs 200. | Ist October. Phone 22% (v) Candid te: wt i the ¢ lifyi T hel
| Apply o ra Scott, Magazine 16.8.51—3n v andidates who passed th Jualifyving est held
Lane 18.8.51—2n ee ee ree GOVERNMENT NOTICES 1951 but who are not ta the School Certificate
‘ ~ " — Ls STINGS. edrooms, 3 wit , ~ ~ i 5
Cae a wees Auctioneer of | running water, all ‘modern conveniences WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT LISTS OF ELECTORS tion in December 1951
three Houses at ‘Fontabelle, anaes (tee | Rie oe ie ohana ute hy oe cal PAYMENT OF WATER RATES AS and when the Lists of Elec-{ "st first sit the Qualifying Test to be held on the
; es Jee a emises between p.m. an Consumers vho h , ve ewe a » — as:
all in perfect order and will not be|6 p.m. everyday 5 onsu s Ww ave not yet) tors are she. aceordanc: Forms of entry for the Qualifying Test may be o
wanting repairs for a very long time. | Guitare = . os oe paid water rates in respect of the with ee tee ahr ae dee eee cation to the Department of Education, G rigs r
— particulars see D'Arcy A. Scott SET’,—St. James, belonging to} Quarter ending 30th September, | pegistr: * AGters aoe saa 5 sagt Pa
Magazine Lane. Dial 3743 Ss Ne Mrs C.Worswick, for August and| 1951, are hereby notified that un- egistration of Voter (Genera:] vurned duly completed together with the sum $ a
eat id cack : si es mamaoon a heven less these rates are paid on or Assembly) Act, 1951, a few copies jot the Birth ‘Baptismal Certificate to the Department lathr-t
. - & * : ector: sts ; > . q 1
OR excHARon ~~ ‘ James Street. | before the 31st of August, si,| Soe ee _— ts . b uesday the 2nd October, 1951
>—Ow . 7 ; able for sale ¢ > - .
convenient, Government Hill meen “em ciara tensanennieneenrigsiien a5 2 me = the Department, as authorised by | ing aplenaian Me are erat es | Department of Education,
inently suitable largish family, obliged | THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence. | Scction 46 of the Waterworks Act! wit. rand $30.00 | 9th August, 1951. 18.8,51—-2
Sechange. soaber pire. preferably on | Fully furnished. Dial 8357. 1895-1, may stop the water from | St. Mict i SA # lud Fe | ey omtmen
fea or s cost price. Exceptional and 14751—tfn./flowing into the remises in| > ichael (excluding
Genuine opportunity highly advantage- | —————_____ F : BP nb Bridgetow |
| mg respec *hic - ates ar wn 8.00
ous deal direct private parties or THE GLEN-—St. Lawrer Gap. Apply a spect of which such rates are Christ ve ") 4.00 GS
through responsible Agents. Ring—3395 | Johnson, Hotel St. Lawrence payable, either by cutting off the . urch | = ow
after 3 p.m. daily 11.8.51—12n. | 18.8.51—t.f.n. | pipe to 8 by = ee constituen means as y may » ane SB wee eens = each ae
TO LET ; Individual districts 36 | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA,
> 3 5 ake proceedings to recover any |Individua) districts 4 am : ; : ee
AUCTION | ONE, FURNISHED BEDROOM on. Ses- owe th aoe 8 any Apeiivations should be made to| NEW ZEALAND 1 LIMITED. - !
_——— Sindistalenleceae aiealipetienstig tie | 4796 8553 after 12 o'clock — i retary’s YMce.| S.S. “PORT FAIRY" is scheduled to | THE M.V. “MONEKA”
die a |? 53 after 12 o'cloc Heme 12.8.51—8n./ the Colonial Secretary OMmes 1 ee tbeek dune sicmowen July Wilh accept Ca L Passengers
UNDER THE SILVER | | Mackay July 20th, Brisbane July for Dorinica, gua, Mont
’ . | 3ist, Sydney August 4th, Melbourn errat, Nevis, St ts. Sailing
HAMMER WANTED ar eee ae eee Pee and Registered Nurses | 3's. Ssonty criving at. Trinidad Sep- Friday ih sail
Paty ad j ospital Tra or urse oO aining at the Public Health | tember 8th, and Barbados September THE MV. “CARIB ,
By recommendation of Lioyds Agents | ( 1 F e
: y th 2t j () THE MV “CARIBBER
we Wat ea Sn PRIDAY the 17th 102 | Training Centre in Jamaica, [421n. dition to general cargo thir ||) Will accept Cargo and Passengers {K
18. clock at Ws tollawiie Ware: HELP Applications are invited from Sanitary Inspectors and Registered | vessel has ample space for ehilled and | for Dox ei ee marae
bai pte Fi 4 ee Nurses (Hospital trained) who are willing to be considered for ad- |e eon ee aviad on through Bills ot Friday 24 1
enera raders Li he Bb. | | ORR germane Grenmey See a , a ¥ . . > . rat Trir nc ‘ rue 3 RwooD”
Manning & Co” Lid. Steel Bide: Pick, | COMPANION for middie age lady. | Vanced courses which are expected to last about eleven and ten months | Loding for tanshipment aS Sree ert cant ede cnet Panaeeae |
head fen. meeernana ies in pleasant resi- } respectively at the Public Health Centre in Jamaica. | Selands,* i enada {
8. P. Musson Son & CO. — Bridge | *#tal area. Apply: P.O. Box 143 Applicants should apply in writing before the 20th August] | Fer further particulars apply f t
st Sale 12.30 o'clock Terms CASH. | 17.8,.51—t.f.n pp: ms. 4 pply in riting e ore ne 2 August | FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., \ )
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | MISCELLANEOUS eto the Director of Medical Services, Government Buildings, TRINIDAD, } i
Auctioneers | - The Wharf, and a full curriculum vitae should be included in B.W I sibs { }
16.8.51—3n COW—One Cow fresh in milk, giving | the application. The scholarships for these courses, if approved, pro- DA COSTA & CO. LTD
between 24 and 40 pints per day. Apply: vide: — | BARBADOS,
~ E. Greaves, St. Peter 18.8.51-—2n. s BW.
iat Sti | (a) Free air passage to and from Jamaica.
WANTED TO BUY hetanh re § ij if
rd OLD SEWING MACHINE out of use (b) Subsistence allowance at the rate of $4.80 per night, if .
: 1 HAVE BEEN instructed by the | Good prices d. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn, married, or $2.40 per night, if single.
nsurance Co. to sell by public auct Corner of Fairchild and Probryn Streets. A see i eit cum -« i -
at Messrs. Me Enearney & Co. Ltd. | 21,7.51—9n (c) Travelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14.40 px
Garage on Wednesday next the 22nd | ——— ASNURUN PLANTS ae month,
ugust at 2 o'clock, One 1947 Ford V-8 Al ANT Yonti ‘ies > 1 . i
Gar Sil oni. Gemeons psa ee YOUNG PLANTS not in pots urgently : (da) Contingencies at the rate of $4.80 per month.
ar yea A engine is intact rene wn state Sete eer a 8. The scholarships wilt only be granted on the following con OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
"DARCY A. SCOTT, ————$ RRS
Auctioneer. (a) That the Commissioners of Health agree to pay to the es From Leaves Due
#8 NMENT NOTICE si rbados
4.8.51—4n GOVER' officer, his or her salary while absent on stud) Barbado:
PUBLIC NOTICES | z leave, where the applicant is employed by the Com- | S.S. “ASTRONOMER” New s eh Au ist Aue
{ * . & Glasgow Sth Aug . ‘
-ay missioners, & Glasg : =
s , :S “PRESNO STAR” kites 10th Aug 24th Au
Ten cents per aoate ¥ sce mene st ki mil (b) That the officer selected agrees to enter a bond to con- 2 a at eee Pr phew 18th Aug Ist’ Sept
e line on week-days ; ; - fou o.9, a ue HOTA Tas :
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundaue. tinue in the service of the Commissioners or of some| 5 gs. “SCHOLAR” London 22nd Aug 14th Sept
minbmum ‘charge | $150 on week-days | Application for Post of Draughts- other body or Board in the Island whose function is te] §.S, “SELECTOR” Liverpool 25th Aug Sth Sept
ind $1.80 on Sundays, + Dini eile - —
man-Surveyor administer Public Health. —- et re .
— capt een enpeeni Applications are invited from 4.8.51.—8n. HOMEWARD FOR TA UNITED KINGDOM
PARISH N — qualified persons not over the age | ——————___________ ___ shlong a Closes in
OTI of 45 years, for the pensionable For Barbados
TENDERS (in sealed envelopes marked Ps ¢ 3 ol Vessel 4 cael
“Tender for St, Matthews’ Chapel Root") post of Draughtsman Surveyor in TAKE NOTICE tnd f
will be reveived by the undersigned up | the Combined Engineering S.S. “ADVISER” _ Dendon End. Aug,




H, WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
eae fesse epciatialng nies ieee ai chlabaid NEW YORK SERVICE
ee arena ee SS. TRYA sails 20th July Arrives Barbado Ist Jul 1951
TAKE NOTICE A STEAMER sails 10th August Arrives Barbados 2ist August, 1951
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
3.8, GENERAL ARTIGAS sails 18th July Arrives Barbados » 1951
A STRAMER sails let August Arvives Barbados 14th Au
\ STEAMER sails 15th August Arrives Barbados 28th A wt, 1951
ceeereeeecetag neg RL PN CO CCS CL TE
CANADIAN SERVICE

OUTHBOUND





Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Malifax Arrives Barbado
S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" Aust ard August 6t August 16th
8.8. ALCOA PILGRIM August 24th August September. 6th
CS S. ALCOA PEGASUS Septwwmbar ith Septembe September 20th
33 ty ni NS ee
i At i VORTHBOUND
HAH He S.8. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbados August 10th for St. Lawre
— tiver rt



a ene en ee ee eee





These vessels hav ener vecomodation

3 nh CONTINENTAL FOODS, INC., a corporation organized under the laws o
ne State of Delaware, United States of America, whose trade or business address
is 1500 Hudson Street, Hoboken, New Jersay, United States of America, Manufac
turers, has applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register |
respect of foodstuffs, including soups and ingredients of soups, and will be entitle:
to register the same #fter one month from the 16th day of August 19 unles#



ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

























FRANCIS EDWARD CRAIG some person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my oMfee o7 | |f PEE POSE EES EEE POSSE,
Deceased. opposition of such registration, The trade mark can be seen on application at m | ae % &
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a’) cffice ARTICULOS De ORIENTAL te DO salar : ,
persons having any debt or claim against Dated this 8th day of August 1951, | , SOUVENIRS % THE TURTI I SHOP x
the estate of Francis Edward Craig late Pp OS T H. WILLIAMS. IVORY, % d ui ‘ %
of the parish of Christ Church who died Registrar of Trade Marks | NENS, i¢ ‘ MARINE ROUTE es
in this Island on the 28th day of April 16.8,51—3r |} c., C » : se
1951 are hereby requireé to send par- | —— ‘ ocall and te Men NY
ticulars of their claims duly attested to LLCO COS SSO SOOOCOOOL LLL AAO ; THANI s x Sports Shirt 0 3
the undersigned Mrs. Nita McLean Hur- > | (KASAM Dial 3466 | 14.8. 81-2 %
i Rah eer Se |e omen, ro00s, conn, AVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? < j BB MRRE Aessase
e rs R. § icholis i ~ ati anized and 7 . t } - a 3QG * ttt yt
ar Rochitels Street, Bridgetown, ering hthder tp, lawe ofthe state. of Did you save as much as you anticipated during the past year? » | ee sie wi ght’ ie
Solicitors on or before the fifteenth day | Delaware, United States of America How much have you saved in the past five or ten years? s SES) FS)
Si peo ternten, Jeni Gira Wor Okun? LMree Siem OF PURO SOS ee If your savings plan is bogging down you need a systematic |) ‘ i
ee Aeeoaa, shiang, the parties -eptitied Pilted Mitton ak Aninescatmancioiige : ae eee along the lines of a Sun Life Endowment =» | { Dy: 4
thereto having regard onty to such claims | has applied for the registration of a olicy, : 5 : ))
of which 1 shall then have had notice. | trade mark in Part “A” of Register ir Start saving this sure way to-day. Ne EXPA VDED NM STALL {
and that I will not be liable for the | respect of cereal foods, and will be en ¥ "| 44 4
assets or any part thereof so distributed | titled to register the same after one UN LIFE ASSURANCE 4 . . sae
te any person of whose debt or claim J | month from the 16th day of Head Office Montreal % { We have it In sizes too numerous to mention : i
shall not then have had notice August 1951 unless some person shall ir e: e {
All persons indebted to the said estste | the meantime give notice in duplicate R. ONES & COMPANY LIMITED ¢ . ‘7
ar rmaueria to bile Weir indabtadnem| io ne AY i ade” mare can reRepresmatioes tor Barbosos. |) 7m CENTRAL EMPORIUM |
a a registration he trade ma can el? e es 0 . ¢
ypated th Gin day of July, 1951 i Neer on application at my office. Gabriel Gonsalves, Jnr.,| s ) 1)
(NITA Mc LEAN HARVEY ee, | Dated this 8th day os Angas, i and | Canvassers \ } Streets {
Qualified Executrix of the Estate o' : 5 anh D. L. Crichlow | bs \
Francis Edward Craig charpenet} Registrar of pene a | COLL LOCCOOPONAOOOAN- S )) = BASLE APPLES SAAS EG GLO
ial RN ALL LOD LLP LCCCSC CE LOCC SC VEEP LLPVLCPELAPELLP APPEL ELL ALLADAASLLDALIEEL IA EEE TOE EEE
4466 6 Ft 4 .*
_—_— ~ YY Ye. LEE PEOOPSOPR, ,
eye * % FOR SALE s :
v : f % One G.E.C. Refrigerator, one % ’
ris lan €] i ) & year old, $420.00. One Premier % My
e ¢@ automatic electric kettle, new, 1 ‘
¢ $18.00. One electric clock, $12.00. 1% ‘
va in oom } gf One 1/8 HP. AC. Clectrio $1 % 3
{ * motor, $30.00. To be seen at 1% S
FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS 4 Archville, Upper Clapham, Christ ¥
eye (Broad Street) % Church. ' Apply: H. W. Webster, $f :
Hours: 10 a.m.—2 p.m. & B.M.l..A. Society, tay ame or % % .
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, % 6542 15.8.51—t. fin. YEG ¥
{ 10 a.m, 12 o'clock Saturdays, VOOM ALP OPOPLOOCTEE NY ITH THEIR ‘
At this Room the Bible an i
the Christian Science text-booh ) | :
{ Science and Health with key tc ‘
| % the Scriptures by MARY BAKER NOTICE *
EDDY may be read, borrowed. | x
or purchased . -
4 VISITORS ARE WELCOME A } “ :
SD OO OE NO) HE «= DEMONSTRATION eo ’
OOPS EOP AO OEE SSPE, | PROTEST . .
x 7 i ¥ = -
% (Under the auspices of the RE Let your Children come in and
s Leeward Association of :
BS Cc i y . ‘
ultural Societies) . MIXED FRANCHIS :
g I select some of the following:- :
> ‘
,
% A LECTURE § BILL : 3
1 ; ; ‘
y — will be given by — % ‘ ;
1 as x % } THE SHIP OF ADVENTURE—by Enid Blyton i
& Mr. LIONEL HUTCHINSO? ~ recently enacted by the Leg- x Q
* (Librarian, House of As- % » sere ‘ > % :
‘ ’ islatures of the Government 5 . AIS . : . . . 1 Q
. i 1% CHILDREN’S NEW ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA
we ‘ “Re! i u .
* sembly, Author of “Behind | of South Africa arranged to % 4 . 7 4 or F
% The Mace”). + | 5 miter t :
‘4 > take place on Saturday, 18th ‘ Be 7
* sat ON oe Sie dneust, bythe S. GIMLET BORES IN—by Captain W. E. Johns ;
% SIR CONRAD REEVES, Kt., % | ah
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ADVOCATE



England Collapse For 194 Runs—
Compton Hits 73:

Melle Takes 4 Wkts See Nymphs

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, August 17.

Honours continue to rest fairly evenly between England

and South Africa in the fin

fighting innings by Dennis Compton, England today man- yesterday afternoon. This was the
aged to scramble to within eight runs of South Africa's first ®"4! match in the ladies Knock-

al Test. As a result of a grand

innings total of 202. And but for a misunderstanding be-
tween Compton and Watson at 128 which resulted in Watson
being run out when well set, England might have secured

a substantial lead.

WI Cricketers
Enjoy Play
In League

Weekes 103, Worrell 146,
Waleott 82, Marshall 51

August 4
Clyde Walcott, reporting on
ue Matches and West Indies
XI vs. Northwich fixtures writes
Everton Weekes was again it
brilliant batting form, scoring 103
not out against Ramsbottom. The
latter batted first and were dis-
missed for 121 runs, Bacup had
difficulty in getting the runs #s
Everton Weekes took most of te
bowling after Bacup lost two ear!y
wickets. They finished with 125
for 2 wickets and Everton’s cen-
tury was made in 75 minutes.



Lowerhouse were at home to
Burnley when they won the
and decided to bat first on an easy
paced wicket. They scored 189 for
9 wickets declared, giving Burniey
145 minutes to get the runs.

Roy Marshall 51

Roy Marshall found some of his
old time form and defied the
Burnley bowlers. He scored: 51 in
70 minutes before being lbw to
Pepper. By the close of play Burn-
ley lost 6 yvickets for 146 runs.
Roy Marshall captured 4 wickets
for 52 runs including the wicket
of Bruce Pairaudeau for 12 runs.

There was a tense finish at Dill
Hall Lane when Enfield were ai
home to Church, The latter won
the toss and put Enfield to bat on
an easy paced wicket, Walcott and
Topham opened the innings, and
in Hartley’s first over Topham was
out to #- brilliant return catch
Enfield. Jost two other wickets
with the score at 30, but Haworth
and Walcott together and
carried the score wel) past the
century mgrk before Wulcott wa
bowled by Edmundson for 82. En-
field declared at 187 for 8 wicket
soon after Haworth was caught on
the boundary for 79. Church went
after the runs and at the close
of play they were 180 for 8 wkt
F. Houlker captured 4 wickets for
30 runs in 8 overs,

Worrell 146
Frank Worrell, Radelitfe’s West
Indian professional, with 146 not
out, scored in 113 minutes against
Walsden, was the star of the Cen-

toss

came

tral Lancashire League. He hit
22 “fours” and has now scored

1,342 runs this season.
Peter Wight of British Guiana

turned out for Walsden and scored
"9
‘

West Indian day at Radcliffe, fo:
the three scored 273 runs between
them.
Ramadhin 6 Wickets

Another happy West Indian was
Sonny Ramadhin who had 6 wick-
ets for 37 runs against Heywood
Sonny is now joint leader in the}
race for 100 wickets with
10 runs each,

85 at
Ken Rickards playing for |



wen was also among the runs,
scoring 52 against Read,

The West Indies XI enjoyed
themselves at Northwich in a run
revel against the local club. Bat-
ting for two and a half hours the
West Indies declared at 350 for 2
wickets, Peter Wight who opened
the innings scored 102 retireci,
Everton Weekes was caught on the
boundary for 100, J. K. Holt re-
tired at 58, Walcott was 40 not out
and Ramadhin scored 33. North-
wich were all out for 131 due to



accurate bowling by Ramadhin
and Martindale. Ramadhin took
4 wickets, Martindale 3, Brewster
2 and Marshall 1.

The West Indies XI play at
Leigh next Sunday against the

local team.



WILES WINS

In the Men’s Singles, finals of
the Summerhayes Tennis Tour-
nament, D. W. Wiles beat V. H.
Chenery 6—2; 6—4.

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As it is, South Africa have lost
three second innings wickets in
advancing their score by 68 and
so the position is still extremely
open.

Compton who was last out gave

a fine display during a stay
lasting three and three quarter
hours. But after the departure of

Watson he could find no one to
slay with him long enough and
when Melle came on with the
new ball at 173 for six he quickly
finished off the innings, taking
the wickets of Bedser and Bren-
nan in one over to secure the
amazing analysis of four for nine,

Early morning rain wihich
caused one hold up of 15 minutes
shortly after the start handicap-
ped the South African bowlers to
commence with, but Chubb got

_ through a great spell of 27 .con-

secutive overs during which he
took two wickets and England
were unable to gain any advan-
tage.

When South Africa batted
second time the wicket began to
take spin again as it dried out.

Bedser struck an early blow by

getting Endean l.b.w. at 15. Laker
who did so well in the first
innings followed up by taking

the wickets of Van Ryneveld and
Nourse, leaving Cheetham and
the watchful Eric Rowan to play
out time and carry on the strug-

gle tomorrow riorning. .

Starfish Beat | Wi ndwa rs < Tiss b

island Beat Navy

Starfish beat Sea Nymphs
three goals to two in their water
polo match at the Aquatie Club

Windward Islands defeate
Guiana by six goals to one

out competition. Starfish have
therefore won both the league and
K.O. Cups and these will be pre-
sented to their captain Frieda
Carmichael at the end of the sea-
son. Another large crowd saw yes-
terday’s games, 2
The Starfish goals were scored
by Phyllis Chandler and Dorothy
Warren. Phyllis Chandler netted Islands team is a well balancee
two and Dorothy Warren one. For 9. Both right winger Augus‘c
Sea Nymphs Betty Williams and ®94 left winger Elwin gave gooc
Pat Mahon scored one each, perfermances. Auguste especially,
The other game of the after- took some accurate shots and was
noon was between an island seven responsible for nearly all the
and a team from H.M.S, Bigbury 8°ls.
Bay. Barbados won eight—one Windward Islands custodian
For Barbados, Geoffrey Jordan Riviera saved extremely well He
scored three goals, Billy an ‘Cllected many good shots which
Frankie Manning two each an} Were taken by the Queen’s Col-
Malcolm Browne one, Navy's lone J€8@ forwards.. Pull backs Baird
goal was sent in by J. C. Woodrow, “"4 Sandy were always well
The Starfish-Sea Nymphs game. positioned to ward off attacks.
although it was inclined to be Skipper “Bud” Lee, who played
muddled w nevertheless very the left wing for Queen

of the game. Their centre-fc

positioned himself.
On the whole the Windwurd



on

exciting. Sea Nymphs were the College, was about the most out-
first to score, Betty Williams Standing for his team. He cen-
playing an aggressive game tred beautifully when ever he
throughout sent her team out in W@S given a pass. Bacchus at

iront when she scored mid-way Centre forward for Queen's Col-
through the first half, Starfish lege, was not outstanding in that
fought back and just before half position and along with the two

» Ume Phyllis Chandler equalised, !"Side, many opportunities which

Soon after resumption of play looked like certain goals were
Shyllis Chandler again scored and thrown away.

three-quarters way through the . Franklyn scored four goals for
second half Dorothy Warren sent Windward Islands, The other
in the third goal for Starfish, Sea 'W° goals were sent in by Auguste
Nymphs however did not give up and Warrington. The lone goal
hope and near the end of play for Queen’s College was netted by
Pat Mahon received a good pass F- N. Lee.

and scored with a quick forcing The game began with Wind-
shot from out on the left wing. ward Islands defending the
Starfish had the better of the re- northern goal. After only a few
naining few minutes of play but minutes play Auguste ran down

Scores they could not increase their lead, the wing and centred, Franklyn

SOUTH AFRICA’S Ist Innings or who was running in, took # one

ENGLAND'S Ist Innings : SECOND GAME time shot which completely beat

L. Hutton 1.b.w., Athol Rowan .... 28 Gibbons, the Queen’s College
F. Lowson ec Endean b Melle 28 H.M.S. Bigbury Bay put up a custodian.

Ba Pia neae uA ee a game performance against the Windward (dslands got their

io. Wate riko ae 31 sarbados team, It was one of the second goal after Referee Coppin

Fr Brown c Van Ryneveld b A Strongest Naval teams to have awarded them a free kick inside

oP ig dare 1 visited here in several years. All the penalty area. After the kick

D Shackleton ‘c Van Ryneveld b their players were good swimmers, Was taken Warrington got hold

Melle
A. Bedser c Bndean b Melle
D Brennan 1|.b.w Melle
R. Tattersall not out
Extras

acons

Total 194

BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R Ww

MeCarthy i7 0 45
Metle 10 5 9
a Rowan 27 9 44 2

Chubb 20 5 10 2
Van Ryneveld 3 0 20 0
SOUTH AFRICA'’S @nd Innings
Eric Rowan not out 36
W. R. Endean |.b.w. Bedser 7
Cc. B. Van Ryneveld lbw Laker 5
A. D. Nourse b Laker 4
J. E, Cheetham not out 7

Extras eehese 9
Total ( for 3 wkts.) ...... 68
ROWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R Ww

Redser MW 3 21
Shackleton 6 2 6 0
Brown 6 2 6 0
Laker : ae 4 26 Zz



Crickel Games
Resume To-day

After a break of two Saturday
due to the races, the cricket
season resumes its normal course

2. Ellis Achong also passed the,
half century mark. It was an ce



ae é

There are four first Division
fixtures as follows :
Wanderers vs, Spartan at

Bay.

the
Y.M.P.C. at Bank
Hall,

Cariton vs. Police at Carlton.
Pickwick vs. Combérmere at
Kensington.

'

This will be the final day’s
play in the third series of senior
.zames, and at the Bay, Wander-
‘ers have already secured 4g first
finnings lead. They scored 156
in reply to Spartan 123 and Spar-
tan will open their second innings

ee

Empire is in a good position
‘to force a win against Y.M.P.C.
{:Â¥.M.P.C, scored 81 and Empire
| declared their first innings closed
} when they had scored 98 for the
In their
have

second
lost six

innings Y.M.P.C,

Finn of 5 wkts.
wickets for 45 runs

4 Police made 85 in their first
F-innings to lead Carlton by 12 and
\,in their second venture Carlton

} are 33 for the loss of 2 wickets.

At the Oval, Pickwick are 110
for the loss of 3 wickets in answer
to Combermere’s 165, The home
side might have to be content
with a first innings lead.




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WHEN WE WANTED
HIM THAT HOT DAY
LAST WEEK, HE

They could handle the ball well cf the ball and pushed it out of
and their passing was accurate. the reaches of Gibbons. Windward
The Barvados team however, Islands 2; Queen’s College 0.
right in the middle of their season, s a
Third Goal

ht ein all on tip top condition.

They kept up a continuous bom- ‘ ‘ . ir
bardment of Mavy’s goal through- cote ees Se ee a
out the match, and several times similar to that which was re-
Navy’s goalkeeper brought off cponsible for the first goal.
some good saves. Pressure from Auguste, on the right wing,
the Barbados team, especially in yeeeived a pass. He centred right
the first half, was very strong and away and Franklyn made no
six of the eight goals were scored ynistake,

during this half, The Queen’s College forwards

The Referee was Mr. B. Patter- went into the attack. Their
son, efforts were rewarded when R, N,

The teams were:— Lee, at inside left, netted from

Starfish: P, Lawrence, D. War- close range. Windward Islands
ren, F, Carmichael (Capt). Jan- 3: Queen's College 1. Half time
ice Chandler, P, Chandler, C. Mac- found the score unchanged,
Kinnon and J. Hill. The second half resumed with

the Queen's College team attack-
Bud Lee ran down the left
but his inside

Sea Nymphs: A. Eckstein !
(Capt). M. Knight, T. Browne, B. !"8-

d Queen's College of British
when the secon? football game

Queens Six—One :
|

Old Ground at Harrison College yesterday evening.
Throughout the game the Windward Islands had the edge.
They, sent in the first three goals in the first fifteen minutes

wward Franklyn was excellent

and made use of nearly every opportunity given him. He
did not only depend on passes but fought for the ball and

Branker, Owen G. Lee,
Phillips. R. N. Lee,
Lee, Capt., Chan and

teferee

Bishop,
Bacchus, W
M. Moore
Mr. O. S. Coppin

Beat The Navy

COMBERMERE SCHOOL de-
feated a team from the H.M.S
Bigbury Bay by 82 runs in a
cricket match at Combermere on}

Combermere |

Thursday. Combermere — scored
140 for the loss of six wickets,|
declared, and bowled out the}

ship’s team for 58 runs. |

L. E. Licorish, Combermere’s
opening bat had an enterprising}
stay at the wicket scoring 54 not

out. The other batsman to bat
well was Mr. R. Hughes who scor-
ed 55.

Harvey from the Ship’s team

took four out of the six Comber-/}
mere’s wickets for 39 runs. Bowl

ing (for Combermere, L- Brath-
waite secured four wickets for 19
runs and Wilkinson and Maycock
two each for five and three runs;
respectively. |

—$————

WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Victorian Exhibition at the Bar-
bados Museum | a.m, to 6 p.m,
Cricket—Windward Islands vs

&® British Guiana . 12 noon
“Rifle shooting at the Government
- Rifle Range lpm

!Tannual Field Day at Golf Club
!pm

The third series of First Divi-
sion and Intermediate Cricket will
end at the various grounds today
The fifth series of Second Divi-
sion games will begin to-day.
Following are the matehe;s:





FIRST DIVISION
Wanderers vs, Spartan Bay
Empire vs, ¥ rf Bank Hall
Carlton vs. Pollee Carlton

awick vs. Combermere Oval
INTERMEDIATE DIVISION

Cable & Wirless vs. Empire—
Boarded Hall.

Mental Hospital vs, Pickwick—
Black Rock.

Regiment vs Empire—Garrison,
Windward vs. Pickwick — Congo

Road.

SECOND DIVISION

YMPC. ys, Carlton — Beckles
Road.

Foundation vs. Pickwick—Pound-
ation,

Leeward vs.

Central vs.

Combermere vs.
mere,

Empire—Poster's,
Police—Vaucluse,

College —Comber-

CINEMAS

Aquatic Clubs “One Woman's

Story’ 8.20 pom

Plaza (Bridgetown):— “Let's
Dancee’ 145 & 880 pm
“Boo of Lonely Valley” and
“Cheyenne Round Up" at &.20
am and |W pm,

Empire:— ‘The Jack Pot" 9 am,
445 and & 40 p.m,

Olympie:—"‘Adventures of Captain
Marvel” 4.45 and 8 15 pom

Williams, R. Vidmer, J. Eckstein Wing and centred
and P. Mahon. forwards failed to score.
H.M.S. Bisbury Bay. P. F. Franklyn sent im the fourth’

Harding, H. G. Kay, S. Willis, Mr. goal for Windward Islands a few
F. Willis (Capt). P, Jackson, A.jminutes later. It was a wel)
Thomas and J. C. Woodroof. piaced shot in the left corner oi

Barbados: A. Weatherhead,|the goal. Auguste then scored
(Capt.) T. Yearwood, C, Evelyn, F.|the fifth goal after the ball was



Manning, B. Manning, G. Jordan}sent across the field by one of
and M. Browne. the half backs. He completely
beat Gibbons with a hagd onc
time shot. About five minut

before the blow off Elwin sent in
the sixth goal for his team.

The teams were as follows:

Tonight’s Matches

THERE will be two water :

Windward Islands: Riviera,

polo _matches tonight at the Baird, Sandy. Drakes, McIntyre,

Aquatic Club, These matches are | Gapt.’ Anderson, Auguste, Frank-

in preparation for the forthcoming lyn Moore Warrington and

visit of two teams of the Barba-| piwin, X

dos Water Polo Association to} Queen's College: Gibbons

Trinidad next month, These .

matches will be played by flood- LOPE RII FTG

light dance follows the
games.
The first game a ladies match
begins at 8.30 o'clock,
This will be followed
men’s game.

The teams are:—

Ladies Team “A”. A. Eckstein,
F. Carmichael, D. Warren, M
Knight, J. Hill, M. Taylor and P.
Fitzpatrick.

Ladies Team “B". B. Hunte, D.
Johnson, J. Gale, T. Browne, P
Chandler, P. Pitcher, and Jean
Chandler.

and a

by a

6, 7, 8

yl, 1’, 2, 3’

“POILITE” FLEXIBL

Men’s Team “A”. A. Weather
head, H. Weatherhead, T. Year-
wood, F. Manning, O. Johnson
N. Portillo and B. Manning.

Men’s Team “B”. P. Foster C
Evelyn, B. Patterson, G. McLean

“EVERITE”

D. Bannister, K. Ince, and CG
Foster,
Referee Mr. Peter Pattersoâ„¢

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as a m r feet. Eighteen of the
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three

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ook the second woman's prize of
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Weather Report

From Codrington

Rainfall: .21 in.
Total Rainfall fer month up

to date: 2.81 inches,
Highest Temperature: 86.5°F
Lowest Temperature; 76.5°F.
Wind Velocity: 13 m.p.h.
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.937;

(3 p.m.) 29.883.





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‘THE ALLIES and Golciaatate. th-ca0, ‘poth| U S. Senate
saute Wier ena demands which ave|_V nll Facts
so far blocked all progress at the ong cease- c
ae tn the “peace town’? itself, the delegations of | Peamoeee feibniry
each side locked the doors behind them for forth- ince galbare eaan

; The Senate military spending

right and secret talks to find some way out of the experts are about to demand new

ee a o facts and figures from Pentagon,
deadlock. as to money needed for the United









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j Peace ‘Treat
‘ ap eace rea 7
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ae age, yar Charge D’Affaires in Peking, Leo Lam, the copy of
’ aie gh the Foreign Minister Chou En Lai’s rejection of the
Ol Uu e] one 9 < _ Japanese Draft Peace Treaty, a British Foreign
. Mets ce
ity of the treaty and announced that China would conside!
it null and void. It also said that Communist China wa
Copies of the statement are be-
ing sent to all the Governments
or tieaeer eae ates SRE Troops
king’s position, and seeks to influ-

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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY, ATIGUST 78, 1951 PRICE : FIVE CENTS
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‘THE CHINESE Vice Minister ‘for Foreign
Office spokesman said to-day,

willing to exchange views on the treaty with all the Govern

invited to next month's San Fran-; ( / : i
cisco conference, it was under- JOMmmMmunits Ss
ence other Asiatic, Governments 8TH ARMY H’QRS., Koreu

THE SECOND GOAL | Cc} ° R . D {
2 : ° m e
‘Allies, Reds aeenall ieee tina Rejects Drafi
Affairs, Li Ke Nung, has handed Britain’s
Chou’s statement, made on Wednesday, challenged the lecal
ments who fought against Japan.
stood,
uncertain whether to sign the | August 17









Anglo-American text |
Ged ; : ¢ 7 #' | United Nations officers ui
: No hing was announced after s a military -machine The U.S. Policy |Chinese Communist forces on che
their session. The few corres- a ° oO oO Senate Arms Appropriations Sub- Red Fleet, the official organ of |west central front have been
pondents waiting outside the con- committee men are disturbed and

he Soviet Naval Ministry, attack-|shuMed with
ng the proposed Japanese peace jinto reserve areas far back
WARRINGTON scores the se€ond goal for the Wind ward Islands in their match against Queen's Colloge |'Teaty said the United States is |the fighting line
of BG. yesterday a Windward Islands won 6-1, (Details on Page 8). again “trying the same old bank-| Officers however could give nc
ae ‘he Far Eastern War,’ a ‘ ; ;
: fable t say whether the mov
r ‘| T All ba Soviet press published +, thi bar Wha matcheduawith u
4 Ng oday Government's decision to} ‘ of .

sarticipate in the San Franci co | equal shift forward fresh

r treaty conference | Oops, , See
} y Newspapers also published the Patrols west of Chorwon re
text of Communist Chinese Pre- |Petted no contact with Red unit

wat : i. i. +r and Foreign Minister Chou | out they did receive four eoncen
NEW YORK. Aug. 17 nier anc oreig Ainister WL

Meran unil en
erence room—three United Na-| dissatisfied with the Military pre- rm
tions men, and four Communists, ust TOW sentation thus far on the House
instead of the usual 30 or 40—re- | appr oved $56,000,000,000 Defence
ported several bursts of laughter,

Appropriations Bill.
nothing about what was Own Food They believe that they have




A news agency report said that not eve 2 ; ,
‘i : t ; (From Our Own Correspondent) ot even begun to get the story

the meeting was marked by in- . : on what actually is needed by
formality which might indicate PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 17, |the Military in men, cash, viata

the conference was going tions, planes, and bases. Chair-
man Joseph C, O'Mahoney has
;requested new testimony from

The Governor-in-Executive
Council reiterated in a fourpage
public statement that they were
doing everything to meet the!





Talking for the Allies were,
Major General H. I. Hode and

the D a e C
tear Admiral Arleigh Burke; for e Defence Secretary, George C.




ba : i
rising cost of living. Trinidad and] s et TAS or ey am 1 oeaan al : : En Lai’s declaration condemning |trations of Chinese artillery in- }
e Communists, the North Korean} Tobago can grow for themselves ee ee perveee, Deparieaas i : W ASHINGTON, Aug. 17 | | Tingtu Psiang, chief of Nation- | the Anglo-American draft peace | cluding 31 shells and ten mortai
General Sang Cho and the Chinese} instead of buying from overseas It "1 eeneda biekie tomer The House of Representatives on Friday defeated the pro- |? ait ‘ vas s dele re % oe treaty | shells
1 al - a 7 on at - - 7 é ¥ ; }United [ warnec é "ha sesh a n : ‘ | ne p ) > -wes ‘Cc é
General Hein ro eon side}The statement dealt at length! that O'Mahoney ae hin eallan fips posed $1,000,000,000 ¢c&t: in ‘military and economic aid to!there is tittle hdah of Meo Te The stateme nt con luded In One patre i nM rth west of ¢ hor
an assistant and an interpre-| with the increase of subsidies,{ would get any answer at that time Europe. The first vote in fie House was 132 to 162 against |fung becoming “Titoist” Com-{ (he interest of the facilitation of won found ten Communist deac

additional taxation and indirect

he establishment of peace in Asia which was unusual because Red
to their top question: “How much :



the proposal to cut military aid to Europ. by $328,000,000 ;™munist, “I look for the salvation







taxation appeal to employers and! must the United Sta said cist PD yr ; oa : of China, not in the direction of '°4 the solution to Far Eastern jusually bury their dead or take
in The Wind Mate ooleredecee tSdotrdan dee in Mateg spend. and sponsored by Republican representative Lawrence Smith of | taiew he asta int the serand problems, the cEentral Peoples he bodies with them. a
inist correspondents also] _ Government has $50,000,000 of|months to provide for effective Wisconsin. ; s jtwo speeches to the Chatitaugua | ciders that a peace conference to] report on an Stee Jantendae suit
ed that a compromise could} the people’s money to spend each{ national defence? The proceedings The House then voted 127 to 166 ssociation : liseuss the conclusion of multi-|5) Reds killed and 33 captured
be in the wind, by saying that the] year and the statement pointed out! may take weeks, They may delay zainst Republican Fulton's} “I look for it in the strength of

teral peace treaty must be on the

ae o S : . § ae
U. * ZL genls iumendment eee military aid Mi pas hin pane Se aoe beg sn sasis of the proposal of the Soevict | aioe oer ae U.P.
1e 3 Vv 5 toda , lave ‘jecte

to Europe in aaministration rovernment,

. y , leomm ‘ There ar 1e ‘

overall Foreign Assistance Bill by |CommMunism here are no ideo Soviet ave proposed that a Pa a re

Will Fight | $20,000,000 logical differences between Mos- | iC Rive power conterencewhicn| | O88C Shoot Killer

i ’ i i loow and Peipin ; . t t Chi

: rt : ; or ident planned to issue on October Ist ' In a complicated Parliamentar ; ould include Communi vim oie ie ae : :

in the form of gifts or loans. 1 overg pina ann e a ars yrocedure he third House vote UP be called to discuss and draw ny NEW JERSEY Aug 17
At present $4,000,000 of this is}@" Overall review .of Defence } t

‘ e,e |
s is 7 . ; wre a : “a 00 me se tra dow:
spent on subsidies. These|SPending plans, particularly those! Extradition was on the amendment by Smith | 1 Japanese peace treaty) \ 100 man posse traced down

| ae ae : ue a ~ 4 Ur. iid fatally shot last night a 56
$4,000,000 thereby lost to the coun- affecting the size of the airforce to reduce military aid by Pg vol $ 100, 000, 000 sctenintiaoninaiananeanjendianianiiaaail yveur old lovecrazed man who hac
try is paid to those concerned with | However, O'Mahoney has asked the 000,000 would have made a

Communist side might accept a
buffer zone based on a No Man's
Land between the present front
lines. Peking Radio had quoted
General Nam Il, chief Commun-
t negotiator, as saying at yester-
day meeting, that his proposal
a demilitarised zone on the
38th parallel could be “adjusted”.
One translation made him say,



it has no other money to spend’ the passage of the already long
except its own necessary capital ;overdue National Defence Appro-
reserve and any money it can|Priation Bill,

borrow or obtain for capital work: The joint chiefs have already









































: . ; vs WASHINGTON, August 17. ; : : . : killed his sweetheart, her mother
the Communist’s idea is of a de-| flour, salted fish, rice, condensed j Services ae ready nox week Two ex-army Intelligence agents CUCHon Of errors A ui | | WASHINGTON, Aug, 11 Ja » Pe eace Talks nd WOUNYE ANOLHer women
he : with a total budget. The Commit- : cna European section of the Aid Bill. | The United States served tied Police id Paul Yasewiez ran
ilitarised zone along the parallel, milk, and other foodstuffs. aa ile ches : said they will fight extradition to +. a nited States served notice ce sa wu i a
ae , tee already has vetoed the pre- “e ™ The vote against this amendment d that it will pay nothing imuck during beer drinking
but it can be adjusted if topo- aa ; hated . tItaly from U.S. on charges of oF ns viday that it will pa ] ae 1 « ct re ce
graphical features and defensive . vious plan to pass the $66,000,- murdering the commanding officer! “38 405 20 $100,000,000 requested — b) i e ‘ele Visec party last night at the home of
formations so necessitate”, | Indonesians Must 000,000 oe Bill now, as the of their World War Il secre:' The last vote in the ‘series South Korea, in payment for local : G : \nna Tulpan apparently beeause
In a dispatch credited to the Lon- | a inste oe and 3 S0 Ye worl mission *,four was on Fulton's proposal 1 currency turned over to Ameri New YORK, August 17 wr 87 year old mother objected
ai 7 ~Orres : . ater on supplemental appropria-j" "7: : reduce economic aid to Europe by | rees in Kore American Telephone and Tele-| © his courting, A fourth woman
don Daily Worker correspondent ~ ial W > a , 4 Ex-Lieutenant va edu economic a} uroy cen forces in Korea 1 \ ne ur n
from Kaesong, Peking Radio said | Se ek Own elfare tion that could top $20,000,000,- New York. san cused $800,000,000. This was defeated by The South Korean ambassador raph Company announced 0) at the partly escaped injury.
that General Nam I also stated | 00. G. Lodolce of Rochester New @ vote of 146 to 149, Although |You Chan Young, presented a bill{ Friday that the Japanese peace Ms U.P
that the change in the form of ~2 RESIDENT SUKARNO UP. | york denied any part in the 944 @gtion on the Bill shas not.yet|\to the Stute Department on Thurs-7 onference sessions in San Fran ne 04g
talks from plenagy,.sessions to a iianedaaril p slaying of Major William v,'?@*? completed the House has now |day. United States forces use isco will - televised coast tk SAM ALERTED
ub-committee. could have no re- ; R » August 17. T * , . Holohan 40 of New ‘K behind #Pproved total Committee recom-|iocal currency to pay for labou oast through its new micro-wave Sisal ake
ilts unless the United Nations} President Sukarno to-day called U.K. Will Ration i German lines in Neate Ttaly “mendations of $6,363,000,000 in |and services by the South Korear | system FOR HURRICANE .
ide “cuts down its demand forjon all Indonesians to shun all im } The United States Defence De- military anc economic aid tor | ivilians, rentals of American oc The Company said it is meet- MIAMI, August 17
pound of flesh’ foreign ideologies “red or green, Carbon Steel partment which revealed a bizarre Europe. The remainder of the!cupied buildings, and for spend] ing the request of the State De-, A small but vicious hurricane |
The armistice sub-committec |and instead work for the achieve- if r story of dissension and nuiedet or overall $7,848,750,000 Aid Bill isjing money for United Stater}oartment, received on Friday, tojwith winds raging at 100 mile
conferred for met a roe ment of — welfare in their LONDON, August 17 he officer has claimed that legal distributed in various sections pro- | troop ee See eee w lag | per hour ” none os ee
hours, and apparently maae s own country. itegicte fi : ‘ 7 Sad ae ao id . : . \ : a Pe ntinental television facilities to!maica ane ie iam sathe
progress toward breaking the Seaervars pelleted. Ge wasive Britain’s sorely tried steel in loopholes prevent Teardi ane viding , economis, military nd ais "a ( September 4th, the starting date of|Bureau warned it might gain in
hree week deadlock over the|reming to the increased tivities dustry, subjected in rapid succes-}Lodolce “of being tried in either Point Four assistance for the Near he treaty conference, The trans-|intensit
on js oe ir . wr oO the rece ae ean ul sion to nationalization, wholesale} civil or military courts in the U.S. East and Africa, Far Kast and the i oo aes if _ in . oo at ae sity a EA cletaed
“Major General Henry, Deputy isle ae thee . ar firings of executives and raw ma-| However the Department left the Pacific, Korea and Latin America State Of W ar Er ds ai tee are a Brides “bus! f aanaae . ind the. Cayman
‘hief of Staff of the Eighth Army AVE SLES DANGS, terials shortages ran imto ration-!door open for their possible rc-' House leaders are expected to Ae Re ae Onn , agg a SEA TOM bce eg > ee
Chief of Staff of the Eig e Mhato: The Dar Ul! Islamite organisa- ing troubles to-day moval to Italy to stand trial! continue. inte the unt tae WASHINTON, Aug, 17 had not been. scheduled to carry! islands, The Weather Bureau at
nd the Korean delegate Major |iign wants Indonesia to be al’, on eee OVE ee a ee ee : Lae vapey een rhe Senate Foreign Relation. |east west telephone programmes/10 a.m, E.S.T, said the storm should
¢ ral Lee Sang Cho posed for |nrociem state. In an address from} (1he Ministry of Supply an- ~U.P. | session in order to complete actiot : ; ; tl September 30.—U.P ass near Kingston before m
tures together Moslem state. In an address from) rounced that carbon steel w pa qa jbefore adjournment on Friday |C¢™mittee unanimously approvec| unt t September + [eek eee Z loeat
! rh ther two delegates, United the steps of his palace to-day—the be rationed starting December night ; n Friday the House passed Rest | night. The hurricane a CALE }
State Rear Admiral Arleigh ext sarivareary Ot, eRe Carbon steel represents 95 per cen: In complicated Parliamentary {Tutic n te terminate a state of wa ELECTRIC TRAINS ie oe vo south-ea
Burke and the Chinese Major proclamation — i Pee Dokenit Bt of all steel used in Britain U.S WwW ill Release procedure the third House vote|betweer the United States any , 4 ILLE jIngstOn a aut weer
General Shieh Fang who ig Di tae acta a ae i Be , is Only 16 months ago the stee vas on the amendment by Germany. The practical effect o C RASH: 3 K LL D | ‘
‘wed to be the “brains” of the}the actions by the armec anc Ss industry then in private hand He ~ Smith to reduce economic aby ithe measure when approved b thet a ae Bae e
Communist ceasefire delegation, |“our people are suffering from] joiensed from wartime rationing 206 000 T os Coppe I’'15672.000.000.. This < ut plus the {te full Senate will be to permi ... NEWCASTLE, Aug. 17 | The “ADVOCATE”
1 a ippeared in good spirits. confusion and dullness of spirit. was producing at .the rate of { roposal to reduce military aid iGermans to travel and do busi I'wo electric trains bound with | e
Ur —UP. LAADROOD Sond weaslo WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. oo . ++ aan Iness here on the same basis a:| holiday makers for Britain's east f NEWS 1
299, s yearly, Dre 7 . | $328,000,000 would have made} . noe it, crashed Newcastle cen= pays for
The Labour Government no- President Truman auchorise Gi the total reducti 1,000,000,- ea of @tmer friendly nations {5 oy ee rashed in Newcastle cen
st ae} : 4 it ‘ en is , 1 Ove reduc n of § : t ste .
q tionalized the iron and steel in ‘ec a" re of up to 25000 t enol 1000 in the European section of —U.P. ' A : ea ot _ Nationalised Dial 3113
in Oo ! a Le dustry last February under a mosi' “OPPEer trom the national Stock] jy. Aid Bill, The vote against eee oe Ste oka rat eee Ni h
I bitter criticism, Since then pro-|Pl€, to meet Defence producto this amendment 13 "16" PTUMSH: HALWEPR BAG at Ras Day or Night
1 5m, °& 3 oer ms amenc nt wi 1s t 57 three oT s vere illed ¢ 29
duction has fallen to a rate esti- | needs. ckaainn: ae sai. tay iy Pr, Man Bites Cat MUP ee milled: ance?
A D i en W | mated at about 16,000,000 tons ao naaninsatt ry Deleses mabitize ee SAINT LOUIS, Aug, 17 ————_—_—
p ie e year, he no . oa 1 dakie i . a |
A Dea ith Th SU) tie aro came juntas ate chatien” Waison, Eile ve") Adtamapt To Kill | 2h, "iting ane cat silty
demands rose to meet the nation's PGRSrTeORe Ur ChTrent |

LONDON, August 17.
Informed sources said that the intensification of Russia’s

man was. no gentieman. He bit The Law is always right.

‘the man and woman arguing

" shortage caused mainly — by the }
£470,000,000 three year rearma-}* 037 . Tritad Steel | s
ment programme, ike of .€1.1.0,. ‘United Steel Ti ilo Une ‘overe

; i : * t vorkers ¢ rarfie Jte i topped to vestigate,
peace campaign and persistent efforts to bring about a Five Falling output appeared to bet Wn ~~ hm! ir jobs| ROME. A a pene ce ‘we fied the
7 ri y . j Wi -Ja c yar > no rathe nak uae php ae us a ee :
Power Conference, may indicate the Kr emlin’s willingness oe Er soy nee Tate at Truman’s, request pending \ A Rome newspaper publishe d nipped him, The woman ad-
to arrive at a broad understanding with the West under tic i: Nsation P Prodibio Sex study of the wage dispute by the j dis spatch claiming that Yugo lov itted i but said that was n
ee . St din nationalize . eduction Nas! wage stabilization board. Wilson|police uncovered a tter to, or the man to pick up
certain conditions. , as been hit by reduced imports off said the strike caused the average If Il Marshal Tit a ‘Ay nia ‘\the « iad thew on it I relegs
They said that recent trends in the Soviet Press indicate jiron ore and steel scrap—needed| ;- : sO oe BV OrOae eee SO ON EAS TMENt Of Me CRl AAC. CREW .g ea



b , : ‘ loss of some 10,000 tons of copper;August 1—2 —U.P.
that Moscow would welcome an agreement with the West, eee free world forla month. He said this was | The newspaper quoted Yugo aaennEenD
to halt hostile propaganda and criticism on the lines of that |**™@r Gefence tient major factor” in the current|slav refugees as saying security ’ ‘ ‘
concluded with Germany in 1938, as an introductory step to “+ | shortage, jpolice found a mine on the road] 4 hree Hatchetmen

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ie broader deal. But the main condition implied
" in a recent Soviet Press comment
would be Western recognition of

Courtesy Call Russia’s liberty of action § in

——— it
It said a peasant had been
replacement would not be in whel arrested for planting the

ed by an equal amount by June|was to have passed through

; WASHINGTON, Aug, 17
Mortow Downey 30 1952 Wilson said. “Unless : nears

The Voice of America charged



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a c ; ex-|on Friday that the three Soviet
| 4 . interest of national defence vplosive. The paper said it vA | “hatchetrne n” picked to attend the
Eastern Europe. | I ights For Son In the New York Journal of/the fourth attempt in t ear | J panese treaty conference indi-
TORK Observers believe that the suc-/ RW Y c , 47 Commerce it was reported that|on Tito's life je that Moscow still hoped to
TCKYO, August 17. cess of Western Europe’s economic tai NEW ere Rag a Government had all but ceased —U.P. |make Japan “an easy prey for
Philippines Under-Secretary for shabilitati th aie veneinitil is Supreme Court justice ruled on tockpiling copper, explaining Soviet aggression
Foreign Affairs Felio Neri paid 2]TC@dlitation, tne | armament’ Friday that the 15-year-old sonlii it Galy 1.000 tons were stock. eines UP.
‘ourtesy c Pr Minister | 204 growing solidarity of the West, | Gf singer Morton Downey should {\)" ee ae es ' :
courtesy call on rime inistet ey ae i lat > jiled in July Lt q }
Shigeru Yoshida late on Friday and Russia's increasing isolation) be removed froin his mother’s , e€Xas éat W ave
accompanied by Ambassador Jose|@T@ causing considerable anxiety |care and placed in the temporary Poland Acce rks
Melencio chief of the Philippine] t? the men m the Kremlin. {care of the child's paternal bs Kills 57 } F FE
diplomatic mission in Japan. Principal Aims grandparents. pete Hearst Buried oe | WASHINGTON, Aug, 17 |
Neri and party were scheduled Moscow’s principal aims in seek- Son Tony appeared in Court | TAT SAM. owas” Aue 1 | Poland ‘has Joined:-the’ ovis
to leave for Manila Saturday. ing an understanding with the |after the latest of numerous lega! SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 17 The death, * toll pn , the} Union in accepting, the American
—U.P. West would be: battles between Downey and his Final rites were held forjvicious Texas Kant wave tnd nvitation to attend the Japanese
] To gain time to carry out its | former wife Mrs. Barbara Bennett } publisher William Randolph|67 today. One hundred de Peace Conference at San Wran-
ona final industrial reconstruction and | Randall over the child’s custody.| jyearst at Grace Episcopal Cathe-|Farenheit temperatures were the| “i8¢o beginning on September 4
RUSSIA HAS 300 rearmament, on which it embarked | Downey flanked by two lawyers|dral Friday. The service was{rule. Central Texas repistercal isclosed on Friday :
SUBMARINES after the completion of the Five Pear — 7 an out sy ittended by thousands of mourn-|108° yesterday | —U.P.
Year Economic Plan in 1950. nurs@ay nigh shoving Jegallers from all walks of life. Dallas ecorded 107 inc | ene
- 2. To proseed with the rearm- | Papers under hi former wiles The bronze casket containing Bouston tate a comps } BOYCOTT TRADE
—U.S. Navy Secretary | ament and industrialization of her | 400rway alter she refused lo open |the body was brought to rest|“cool’ 100 | WASHINGTON, Aug. 17
i satellites under the favourable }the door to receive them im the| before the Chancel steps in the] Forest fires added ‘to the} The Senate Foreign Relations
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. conditions of increased trade ex- usual manner. Apparently she|Nave from the Chapel of Grace misery in southeast Tex: vere omrnitte on Friday called for
The Navy Secretary Dan changes between the East and the | £°t the papers however for on}where it had lain in state for two|erops already wer vilter tctal boycott of United States
Kimball estimates that Russia] wo, Friday the x4 was on ag - days while thousands of persons|heat and drought rhe 1 ecilen nowupapeeninn Willem
RA sic an Sah a acitine st. ~onfe ith Justice Samuel Golc d past, Tieeah (Clk al wa si cS , + ; wiaeliive a p
has 15 times as many nee 3. To remove the atmosphere confer with Justi ar ey sp = sete of le > — Fore st Service said betwe ne n_newspaperman William
as Germany had at the start o - = sas : , capacity of 2,500 per-/and 45 fires have been re f a released from Communist
- but did not give any figures of tension and hostility towards ons.—t daily s August,—-U.P \ U .P.
i ea cr elie ae previously | the Soviet Union, which has lately FEISAL RESUMES dee eaeck conta ead let eee a ert eee h_jail—U si
that Gormany had 20 active sub-| become the major obstacle to suc-
r aie when the war started,| cessful Communist propaganda ir TALKS ON FRONTIER r D. |
i at wes V etl < . 1 “
which would put Russia’s sub-; Europe and sees here. Mahle ha! s oviet al e oO 1ono ur act! |
marine fleet at about 300 accord- Red Reverses Emir Feisal of Saudi Arabia
ing to Kimball's estimate. Russia’s concerm with her posi- Sd a ri attinalcunn
E U.P ticn both as a major power and Epday..resumed. ..pl cece ee, WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 Febr epre tec ‘ other wartime conferences | Cc & s
a : #8 Ge ro 4 on the settlement of the frontie: , a ent ede ; oa ; ise coat tl | ”
|the leader of the Internationa: Aispute with Briti h ke ted], W Averell Harrimar Presi- ou ts ¢ a y designed t rstly keep| AL L sT & & a 8 i Cc Vv.
Communist Movement can bette? |neighbouring tribe . araein aa policy adviser.) Nationalist China inst A in war against Germans | *
’ be understood against the back-| A plenary session took place | {,“F8° ruguay that “the If munist : engthen its military ability. |
TO-DAY’S WEATHER ground of the last four years,}with senior Foreign Office Offic- Tae Aaveeens warn suspis Two Committers aoe Secondly bring Russians into war}
CHART during which she has suffered an|ials in the absence of Foreign He * Rid’ dike. eats me arate 3 malty anto Tru: * i ili against Japan . the earlic ‘I
|}uninterrupted series of diplo-|Minister Herbert Morrison » sp e Utec States’| of General Douglas MacArthu possible ate farriman aid
Sunrisi 50 a.m. si I as Sad . aaa o_ : si , , aie | tre subles with Russia started from the Far East Commander an te President Roosevelt wa not CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. LTO,
: ; matie and military reverse ' es the Soviet fail ;: be digns ; e
~ % a oat After the abortive Four Power Saat) si ilure to honour the oo the eee” a a, oF Eastern |in good he ‘ hora and was}
oon a er 24th. I * sain iad, a < ic y nafters arrir 1 who! “tired the confer ti fever- j
Lighting t p: ee oon, a ae Bok Searenes oe =: ores DEFEATED ’ Harriman submitted a 34 page Sttencied ite ‘Yalta onfe im e as | thele he said Roosevelt carried 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Hich Tide: 3.25 aum., and 4.20 pi ae ae move has been well ‘i gh pate ge J a N, Aug ; 17 } memorandum to the Senate) United States Ambassador t on negotiation “with hig usual |
untered. — The House o epresentatives}Armed Services and Foreign|Moscow submitt I mermorat ill and perfect according t« re
TS >: 10.06 < nd Russia’s failure to acquire at}on Friday defeated an attempt to]|Relations ¢ oui ittees an effort! dt + at € stot f 34 tor | objective he had bl wee 7 t in Sole Distributors
| Low ‘ ide re ee ee least some i e on West Ger-|reduce military aid to Europe by|to answer Republi harges! Brien.’ McMahor ‘ } t ince and =6ha lea Y
j 10.17 p.m nar iffair sealed by the |$328.000.000 {that the United S I he He sintaine 4 1 t ' ’ |
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( e |
eter Polo Ds ance
TT" iE i t the
Aquatic ¢ to-night will be
ed with ix powerful
h There’ will be two
The first ladies match
30 o'clock and this will
men’s game
itches are in
he Barbados’
ext month,

tin the matches



the thirty-six
ked to prac
fad tour. Cap-
ill be selected
nigh uring the
n s rat Urey flannel is the materia:
1 wu ec mot for this snit from Paris. His eut
i round the moor- with a shawl neckline. one side

of which develops into » long

harbour



- fringed searf,
Public Relations Adviser ok ire ae
Mi Pe HEWITT MYRING, Siace 1928
1 telations Adviser to
€ ' d Ww who left Barbados OWEN PROVERBS who 1s

M* ;









cn Ji to attend a confer- in the sugar cane business
¢ of Pubiie Relations Officers jn Puerto Rico had been spend-
! t ned via Jamaica jng three weeks’ holiday with Mr.
‘ ¢ morning by and Mrs, Ernest Kinch of “Mar-
B |.A. ‘The plane should have jow”, Hastings. Yesterday morn-
lay evening but jng he returned to Puerto Rico
hac at Jamaica it by B.W.LA
ld ap f nine hours Mr. Proverbs who is a brother
Intransit of Mrs. Kinch, has been living in
Hi. O. B. WOODING, Bar- Puerto Rico since 1928.
ivi ratL Trinidad, was Leaving by the same plane but
a pas ssenger through destined for Jamaica were Mr. and
RB yasterday on his way to Mrs. Ronald Shepherd
A ig y acco anie y °
Bee ee nee ae Two Americans
a Mrs. Grantley Adams — L. BROWN and Frank
Seawell to meet him dur- E. Moore, two Americans

tt hort time he who are with the U.S. Naval Base

in Trinidad, arrived yesterday by

was here






‘or Da ughter’ s Wedding’ B.W.LA. to spend six days leave
MAR - Y DE FREITAS, in Barbados. They are staying at
i¥il ver in St. Vin- the Hastings Hotel
ent re 2m that colony on °
I t G. Airways to at- Architect
ti } ig ‘s wedding. She % gee

be 1 ried at St. Matthias M* tONALD F SMITH,
Chureh this afternoon to Mr. Des- Architect of Messrs. Ash
mond Tudor & Watson Ltd., arrived from
Georgetown, B.G., yesterday by
Holidaying With Parents B.W.1.A. Here for about ten days,
he is staying at the Ocean View
ME. oe TEMPRO, Hotel
vith Tyre Service . *

Ltd.,. San “welibanda, arrived from Resident Engineer :
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA M*" ROSS ratte Resi-
accompanied by his fiancee Miss dent T A. engineer, who
Christina Splets- Here for about had been in Trinidad for a few
two and a half weeks they are days, returned yesterday morning
staying with Mr. Tempro’s par- by B.W.1.A. Mrs. MacKenzie and
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tem- their two children will be coming

pro of “Kismit,” Dayrells Road, over this morning

+

THE ADVENTUR iS OF

} f

} Cos

; i

i }>

} Ay
'



i

1 WAS surprised and pained to _ Had he brought no meteoroto-
read of an American golfer who | gist with him, to set up his instru-



held up a stalk of grass to test the; ments on the course? Primitive
wind before he played a shot methods retard the development
sie cent ina ii of the game. The meteorologist
" could easily follow the game in
CROSSWORD one of the runabout cars which



sarry the clubs, the balls, the spare
| shoes, hats, trousers and jumpers,
shooting sticks, radio sets, um-
brellas, goloshes, observation bal-
loons, secretaries, managers,
trainers, pianists, publicity men,
and so forth.

There and back

ONSIDERABLE boasting about
a flight to Paris and back to

London, without touching down,
holds out the hope that, if you
have an hour or so to spare, you

will soon be able to go to most of
the places you want to go to with-
out being bored by having to land.
The tedium of waiting for the re-
turn journey will also be avoided,

Political discussion ataninn

eS a

ie soprano, (4) ‘Ty ’D sweep the whole lot away,”
waken (6)
The oni to Berlin said the man in the dog-
natcher hat
“What whole lot?” asked the
burly mechanic

“Politicians.”
“And then?”
“Put in the business men.”
“Then they'd become the poli-
licians :
‘Then I'd
if they did,

sweep ‘em

The
And then?”

“Why
And then’?
keep
jstand these things.”

all away
whole lot.”

do you

Palk
quiet, if

on
sense,
you don't

Keep saying,
man, Or

under-





FELLOW-HACK, comment-
ing on the talk about making
raries brighter and gayer, re-

that lovely creature whe used
‘sit at the control-desk in the

| A 1 disturbing influence
|





NECKLINE GROWS
INTO A SCARF

BARBADOS



Programme

SATURDAY



* AUGUS !
Short Holiday 10.45 Sens he hone ao
ING 45 a.m. England vs. South Africa,
RRIVING from Brooklyn a 11.20 a.n Lignt Music, 11.45 an
few days ago was Miss Adna a e Parad¢, 12 (noon) The News,
7" eg y e 12.10 pir News Analy
Stuart. She is here’ to spend a 4 w—6.45 pm : ‘ 19.36 M
short holiday with her parents -
who live in Fairfield Road, St,’ 4)-™. The News, 4.10 pm. Inter
Michael 415 p.m The Queen's Hall t
a Crchestra, 5 p.m. Fifth Test Match,
5.06 p.m. Interlude, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’
Back From Trinidad Choice, 6 p.m, Strict Tempo for Dancing
me 6.45 p.m. Programume Parade
Holiday 7 00—10.45 pm 25.5% M. 31.32 M
? tt od . _| 7 pum. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
M* and Mrs. Carlton Stoute, Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Behind the News
who had been spending a/7.45 p.m. Sandy MacPherson at the
short holiday in South Trinidad,| Theatre Organ, 8 p ~~ the Week 6-35 |
ere ¢ ieee ~< arriv.| #153 p.m. Composer of the Week, 8.30
were among the passe ngers arriv {p.m. The Earth Remains, 10 p.m. The
ing by B.W.1.A, at Seawell yester-| News. 10 10 p.m. Interlude, 10 15 Pom
day. They were accompanied by) Henry Hall's Guest Night, 10.45 p.m
their six year old daughter who! Yours Faithfully

also rhade the trip.

Patsy Hendren

ATSY HENDREN, in his day

the most popular cricketer in |

the world,
coach to
Club
renew his contract
pires in 1953.
their financial position.

Hendren is 62.
tened Elias. But with his perky
Irish looks he was Patsy to the
crowd.

is leaving his
Sussex County

job as
Cricket

when it

He was the comedian of cricket

Sometimes he would take a catch,
pocket the ball and glance over |
his shoulder so quickly that |

crowd would look for the ball or
the boundary,
Hendren played 25 seasons for

Middlesex and in 51 Test matches. |

Will Settle In U.S.

EAVING by B.W.1LA. yesterday |
4 morning for Puerto Rico via|

Antigua were Mr. and Mrs, Clay

The club say they will not |
ex-|
Reason given is|

He was chris- |








ARTIE'S HEADLINE |
alhoi ez
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“fre i was
growling in the Soviet zone
my tail Was wagging in

ton Evelyn, From Puerto Rico they the British sector,"
will fly by P.A.A. to the U.S
where they plan to settle. They

will visit their aunt in een

New Jersey before going over
Mrs. Evelyn’s sister Leila
lives on Long Island. Leila lef
Barbados in early June. She i
now working with P.A.A.
hopes to visit here’ for
holidays next year.

Mr. Evelyn was formerly Man
ager of the Electrical Departmen
of Messrs. DaCosta and Co.,

He will study radio and television The “smart set” in Kenya are
with the R.C.A. Company in|angry.
New York and afterwards expects|_ Their Governor, Sir Philip
to be employed by the same| Mitchell. has criticised them; has
company . attacked the luxurious stande ird of
: p living of many Europeans. ;
Leaving with them were Mr. In fact, life in Kenya today IS |
Willie Boxill and his son Roger) high, wide, and happy—if ’ you
who live on Long Island, U.S.A. | have plenty of money :
‘ . ‘ | The “smart set” say that too
Incidental Intelligence | many have been blame for what

A BACHELOR is a man who i
; crazy to marry, but realise
it in
Post.—L.E.S.

PIPA



P1g

Cooyrioht Var Dias Int Amsterdaw

ERY ‘THE | WAY. eocv5e / Beachcomber

w ho

Ltd.

time.—Saturday Evening



: The Ginasl Set’

« Tyrn On The

mer

| Governor
‘| NAIROBI

applies only to a few.

Ss It is true that merchant princes
s| high-salaried civil servants, and
farmers live generously and
j happil

Heavy Burden

But thousands do not earn big
money, and find the top-peak cost
} ot living in Kenya a heavy bur-
den.

It is more than twice pre-war
|while salaries have

| only half.



increased by |



|

| H6using has never caught up
| with demand, The average mini-
jum rent is £320 a month

Most young brides continue to
|work after marriage putting
jjoint earnings around £100 a/|
}month |

But “things” are expensive. Im-
}ported frocks cost from £40 to

There is no public transport—

|

|

| :

| £70. Cinema seats are 4s.
|

|car is a necessity.

No Scrubbing
No white woman scrubs a floor

|~-servants must be employed. I:
lis a social “must”

| What one settler does the res
Bibliothéque Nationale in Paris. | feel compelled to do.
When a reader asked her about 4} About parties? Mr. D. Mc-
book, she used to lower her long | Dowall Wilson, a Nairobi editor,
lashes and say softly, “Do you |gsaid: “Kenya’s night life is based
really care about all that rot?” |on the ‘sun-downer,’ the evening

When she came over to the Brit-
Reading Room to

ish Museum

drink. People who in. Britain
would never dream of employing

study our methods, she found that | servants have two gr three be- |

most of the readers were “so cold,

so serious.” She said,
never think of love?” ‘Well,
in here, of course,” answered ¢
surprised official straightening his

tie nervously. “Silly boys!”

saic

she, flashing a destructive look at |

three hairy men almost entirely |
buried under books.

Relaxation
ay these
rather serious writer,

a relaxation, and it eases the mind.
Yes. This very

men on a wrestler, of

who was knocked down,

field,
and

on the

stones bottles by spectators,

two of whom were taken to hos-

pital.
A loathsome idea

OME ‘whey-faced
gullion or other has been say-
ing that the introduction of tele-

vision into public-houses will
“raise the standard.” The same

|
kind of walking horror used to |Pitality habit. |
whimper for readings of poetry in | Drinks are always at hand te]
inns, Let such half-men stay | Welcome guests. f
where they belong, in the chre- One of the largest items of ex-
mium cocktail-bars. Before we] Ppenditure in Kenya, on all levels,

know where we are they will be |

bringing ballet into our drinking-
places, and, if they do,

be some sore heads among the} . +
g@sthetes! There are few enough! Heart Stopped:
inns left where there is a real

landlord, who can mind his own
business, and who is not a mere
passive agent of some brewing |
combine.

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“Do they
not

troubled times, says a |
sport is |

moment I have
been reading of ‘an attack by wo-
a referee
of an-!
other who was injured in a riot, of |
the arrest of three football players
of the throwing of

slubberde- |

there will |

eause they are cheap,

“In the average house there are
too many servants. So you find
a | them work. You give a party, If
S| it’s a genteel party it starts about
1/6 and breaks up about 8

“If it’s wild
|}happen. They
| quantities. Many
jard that is
| necessary.”

Credit Easy

There is no difficulty in getting
|credit. The Indian shops, in par-
| ticular, encourage women to run
large bills for clothes and gro-
ceries,

Profits for the few are delight-
fully high. Farmers enjoy gen-
erous tax exemptions.
such swollen profits that even
partly developed farms can be
}sold for fortunes to new-comers,

Nairobi professional men escape
income tax by buying “farms’
which they claim to be
ing.

30 p.m.

anything may
drink fantastic
live at a stand-
artificial and



Hospitality

The real driving foree which
keeps the “high old time” on the |
erest of a wave is Kenya's hos- |

They make |

develop-
!

|
un-

|

|
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is aleohol.—L.E.S,



Woman Still Alive

GREENSBORO, North Carolina,
August 17

A woman of 60 who “died” on
}the operating table was’ reported!
to be in “fairly good condition"!
after being revived by two sur-
| zeons 29 minutes after her heart
| stopped,

The doctor said it. was the}

longest anyone had ever gone with- |
nut a heart beat and = survived
however she still was not out
| .f danger. |

The patient whose name was not

}veleased by the hospital was be-
jing .given an anaesthetic for
minor surgery yesterday and
suffered a heart attack.

Doctors who were in the next
‘oom preparing for the operation
dashed to her side opened, her
hest and took turns massaging
her exposed heart. They also gave
some injections directly into the
1eart

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“Iti vegetarian tee It ie when / pull

Tact ---

U.K. Labour Party
Gets Ready To
Go To Polls

By DONALD MACKAY
LONDON, August 17.
Britain’s crippled Labour Party is wheeling its big guns
for the general election itself, late this fall or next May,
according to the latest Parliamentary opinion. Only one
man, the Prime Minister Clement Attlee can call a general
election and he wisely declined to reveal his plans. Indica-
tions point to an election in late October, or early Novem-
ber, or failing that next May. :
One Labour Party source suggested “it all depends on how
things look at the annual Labour Party conferences at
Scarborough, early in October. If things look bright for the
party, then they may call a general election, late this fall.’
Labour Party fortunes just now and 39 % said Labour, compared
are far from bright. With the with 41 % in June.
hairline overall Parliamentary But indeterminate factors in a
majority of six, which produces British election are large. In
more irritation than legislation. November, 1940 pollsters gave
The Socialists are hounded by Conservatives a lead of 10 points,
1. Rising price but Labourites squeezed into office
2. Rising Conservative popu- in the February 1950 general



larity. election.

3 The threat of a new finan- One such indeterminate is war.
cial crisis, due to deficits in Peace in Korea would undoubted-
Britain’s balance of payments. ly boost Labour’s support.

4. Party splitting, with the ~ —U.P.
leftwing rebellion led by Aneurin
Bevan.



s Growing Pressure SENATE COMMITTEE
Under the constitution, the WILL NOT REPORT ON

British Labour Government, which
Squeezed back into power with a MAC ARTHUR INQUIRY
seven man majority in February : J .
1950 has three and a half more i WASHINGTON, August 17.
years in office, The United States Senate Mac
Pressure is growing for an early Arthur Enquiry Committee voted
general. election however, and 7? to 3 today against making any
even many Labour supporters are agin Tar HW, FRONTS ° OF
Suggesting the election as defen- ““g. 5° ; |
sive strategy. Labour optimists q eentiee fishers, Baseri i
hope that the election would clear Committee's Chaleman "tela =i
vias Labour a clear- porters that the majority feeling
faa : y was that any report at this iime
British newspapers predomin- on dismissal of General Douglas
antly Conservative have long been Mac Arthur would only “revive
pe ag an oy Sa Lately the bitter controversy at a critica!
even the somewhat Leftist weekly i i yeace
The Economist, and the Liberal Parcs 1 the Korean peace
News Chronicle have joined the He said that the decision
Conservative chorus. The Econo- against a formal report was made
mist said recently, “this country on the motion of Senator Levertt
is now caught up in a new period Saltonstall a (Republican from
of greater economic stringency. Massachusetts). But it was de-
It will drift before the gathering cided to let individuaj members
storm, unless firm policies, possi- file a statement of their views
ble only for a strong government to be ineluded in the hearing
whatever its Party composition, Tecord, to be transmitted later to
are soon adopted. The duty as well the Senate. —U.P.
as the interest of the Labour Party
is more plainly, even than before,

to appeal to the electorate in Octo- Ambassador Mourned

ber.”
Public Opinion , BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 17.
The latest reliabl The Argentine Government
ne datest reliable pell of pub- ordered official mourning as
lic opinion announced this week funeral services for Chinese
by the News Chronicle gave the Nationalist ambassador Chen
Conservatives a ten per cent lead. Chieh held here on Friday. Chieh
__Asked who they would vote for was Dean of the Diplomatic
if general elections were held Corps. Foreign Minister Jeronimo
tomorrow, 49% said Conserva- Remorino spoke at the services
tive compared with 48 % in June —UP.



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NOT SUCCEED RumfromJamaica COMMUNISTS Make A Deal



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WILL

—TRUMAN

WASHINGTON, ‘Aug. 16.
Truman told a press conference

he does not believe

succeed in any effor

Russia could
t to block the

Japanese peace treaty in San
Francisco next month.
Truman also announced that de-

fence pacts which

the U.S. will

sign with the Philippines, Japan,

Australia and New
accomplish in the
the North Atlantic
the Atlantic.

Zealand will
Pacifie what
Pact does in

Truman told reporters: —
1. He would be most happy to
talk with Andrei Gromyko,

chief of the Sov

viet delegation

to the conference before the

San ‘Francisco

meeting if

Gromyko so desires.

to

- He is perfecti
have General

y willing to
MacArthur

speak to the peace confer-
ence and is certain Mac-
Arthur would make such an
address if invited by the

State Departme

nt.

The President however
said he did not know whether
MacArthur will be invited.

It is understood, however, that

John Foster Dulles,

Special Am-

bassador who handled treaty nego-
tiations, asked MacArthur to at-
tend, but that MacArthur refused.

Truman said the Philippine
Government definitely will parti-
cipate in the San Francisco con-
ference and sign the Japanese
peace treaty. His statement came
shortly after the United States and

Philippine Governments an-

nounced agreement on a new mu-
tual defence treaty.—U.P.



Two Die Suddenly

GLADSTON HAYNES a 53-

labourer of Canefield,

St. Thomas died suddenly at the

General

Hospital about 7.20 a.m.

yesterday after he was admitted
at 6.25 a.m. the same day.

fore Mr.

draft treaty’s

A post mortem

examination

was performed by Dr. E- L. Ward
and an inquiry is to be held be-

H, A. Talma.

Another post mortem examina-
tion was performed by Dr. A. 5
Cato yesterday as Ersula Holder
of Mason Hall Street who was ad.
mitted to the General Hospital on
Thursday night about 8.15 o’clock
dieq suddenly 15 minutes after:



EGYPT WILL NOT
ATTEND TALKS

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt
August, 16.
Informed sources said Thursday
Egypt will turn down their invi-
tation to attend the San Francisco
Japanese Peace Treaty conference
because of her opposition to the

continued presence
troops in Japan.
Egypt has demanded the evacua-

tion

provision for the

of foreign

of British troops from the

Suez Canal Zone and asserts that
the presence of foreign troops in
any country constitutes a threat

to world peace.



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forward has been made in re- ful Counsellor, Sch. Lydia S i
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ill, for triumph or defeat we shall
march united—the Government
and the people.”

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President Plaza who was suf-
rounded by members of Congress
said; “A small country cannot, be
expected to triumph over another
more prepared, but when the mo-
ment comes Ecuador will not
yield to Peru until the last of her
men.” The President was inter-
rupted by applause.

The parade which started at
6.30 p.m, and ended at 8 p.m. was
orderly.

An Ecuador message to the
Peruvian Government expressing |
regret over the attack was again
sent to the Peruvian Consulate ir
Guayaquil. The Ecuaderean Am-
bassador in Lima also called on
the Foreign Affairs Ministry and
said that those responsible had
been punished.

The attack occurred several
days ago.

Guayaquil police said no dam-
age was done, but Peru had pro-
tested and asked guarantees
against repetition of such inci-

ts.
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Saturday,

MARKETS

THE Sanitary Commissioners of St.
Michael discussed for the second time in
four weeks the establishment of a market
where hawkers would sell fruit and vege-
tables and so remove the congestion and
insanitary conditions created in some of
the City streets.

August 18,

io

Last month the Commissioners consid-
ered and approved of a scheme to convert
Temple Yard into a temporary market and
to provide shelter for such hawkers as
might be compelled to go there. At that
meeting, the Director of Highways &
Transport, the Commissioner of Police,
the Director of Medical Services and the
Colonial Engineer were present and ex-
pressed their views.

This week’s meeting discussed two let-
ters from the Director of Highways and
Transport and the Commissioner of Police
making further suggestions for the estab-
lishment of a market in the Cumberland
Square

, The Cumberland Square which was
originally an ornamental garden is now
being used as a parking space for the
Leeward ‘buses (about 16 or 20) plying
between St. Michael, St. James, St, Peter
St. Thomas and St. Lucy. The other por-
tion of the Garden is used as a parking lot
for private cars and has the advantage of
being the only one of its kind with enough
shade from the sun.

The only thing to recommend it as a
market is that it is only 20 yards away
from the Temple Yard which it was decid-
ed would make a good temporary market.

If the Cumberland Garden is converted
into a market it will mean that these 16
*buses and about 60 private cars will have
to seek other accommodation already
sadly lacking in Bridgetown. It can hardly
be conceived that the parking lot for 16
‘buses each with a capacity of at least 30
passengers should lose its priority to a
vegetable market.

But if this suggestion fails on its merits,
that for the return to the public market
was enough to take one’s breath away.
Hawkers who sold fruit, vegetables, pro-
vision and anything else were allowed,
despite the provisions of the law to the
contrary, to squat in the alleys and on the
pavements because the heat generated in
the Public Market was such as would en-
danger the health of any normal human
being within a short: period. It will be
remembered that the hawkers were not
provided with tables or benches and so
had to squat on the cement with their
fruit and vegetables while a merciless
heat, generated by the sun’s rays concen-
trated through panes of glass let into the
galvanised sheeting, dried all the moisture
from the fruit and vegetables and sapped
the energy of the sellers.

It is true that a few million gallons of
rum stored in the market and a cooperage
just a few yards away creates a fire hazard
good enough to wipe out Bridgetown; but
the remedy in this is to remove the cooper-
age or the rum, That market 20 years ago
was improved by funds from the United
Kingdom and £4,000 of local Government
money and its sale as a warehouse to some
merchant would provide money for the
establishment of a proper bond elsewhere.

All these discussions and counter sugges-
tions show a willingness to tinker with the
question of markets. Mr, Mottley made it
clear when his motion was discussed for
the conversion of Temple Yard that this
was not intended as a substitute for the
original proposal for the establishment of
a market in Tudor Street.

It is a problem which will have to be
faced and the sooner the better. Markets
must be established where they offer the
greatest convenience to people whom they
are intended to serve. Just as the Publi¢
Market was established because it was the
centre of the residential area of Swan
Street and Milk Market where people
lived over their shops and the Fontabelle
area, so district markets will have to be
supplied as the residential areas spread
out. It is useless to tinker with the prob-

lem.
The

By GEORGE MALCOLM







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

“On the era which ended with a
gleam on our soldier's helmets |

And The Year Of

The LONG

Unroll the map of the world
You will need it, if you are going
to follow, wherever it may lead,
the next instalment of Mr. Winston
Churchill’s greatest thriller, VOL.
1V, “THE SECOND WORLD
WAR.”* It will lead you, in fact,
to the ends of the earth.

The story opens in New Year,
1942, Behind us lie the defeats of
Norway, Dunkirk, Dakar, Greece,
and Crete. Pearl Harbour has juy
happened, Hongkong has_ gone,
and it’s nearly all over in Malaya.

You sail with the Marines to
seize Madagascar, raid with the
Commandos at St. Nazaire, and
the Canadians at Dieppe.

With Churchill you meet
Roosevelt, Stalin, Molotov, Mar-
shall, Eisenhower, Aiexander,
Auchinleck, Montgomery, Darlan,
de Gaulle. You share Winston's
astonishment and grief at the
surrender of Singapore (80,000
prisoners of war’, and the over-
night fall of Tobruk, His joy at
Alamein and Stalingrad.

There are at least three tough
tiffs with Mr, Curtin, Prime
Minister of Australia. There is
pretty continuous rough - stuff
from Uncle Joe.

Through it all the ship drives
forward, with the Old Man on
the bridge, wrestling the gale and

revelling in it... . And then,
the sun comes out.
Singapore

By January 1942, the Japanese
were pressihg hard on Johore,
the last State on the mainland
of Malaya. The desperate Battle
of the Rivers was draining away
our forward fighting strength,

Even Singapore itself was not
properly prepared for seige, and
Winston, himself, generously
takes far more than his share ot
the blame. ee

He cabled Mr. Attlee from
Washington: “If the Malay pen-
insula has been starved tor the
sake of Libya and Russia, no one
is more responsible than I- . . .”
Six weeks later General Percival
—without water, food, or am-
munition—capitulated Singa-
pore,

Meantime, in North Africa the
desert cat called Rommel had
got among the birds in the
Benghazi Bulge, and there, too,
once more we were in retreat.

U boats

Still graver matters were at
hand. Hitler’s U boat fleet was
not yet at the peak of its con-
struction—or destruction,

By February, it mustered close
on 300 submarines, and was sink-
ing 400,000 tons of Allied shipping
every month (the sinkings rose to
nearly double this figure). Hitler
came nearer than the Kaiser to
throttling the life out of this
island.

And in the East? So far, the
Japanese had seized an empire
there by never letting their
troops or ships pass beyond the
umbrella of their aircraft, either
shore or carrier-based.

They planned to make Midway
a second Pearl Harbour. So it
turned out to be—for the Jap-
anese. The American bombers
sank the four enemy fleet carri-
ers, and broke for keeps the
offensive sea-air power of Japan
in the Far East.

Germany continued to
lenge our own in the West.

in

pe ee ee

chal-

(By ECONOMIST)

The debate in the House of
Assembly in connection with the
plan to utilize 29 acres of agricul-
tural land at Seawell was produc-
tive of interesting points of view
from, both Government and the
Opposition. There was merit in
the conflicting arguments present-
ed by the Members who spoke.
Three courses suggest themselves:
(1) division among a few families
—seven in all—giving each four
acres, part of which would be re-
served for a house spot and the
usual adjuncts, including accomo-
dation for some livestock; the re-
mainder being devoted to cash
and food crops; (2) division
among a larger number of families
on a one acre each basis; (3)
division on a housing plan, say
one-half acre to each, thereby ac-
commodating some 50 families
who at present may be badly off
for house plots and gardening
space and who, in the main, de-
rive their income as hired labour
of one kind or another — land,
public works, skilled trades -— or
even “as fishermen.

rca Sa ety

In regard’ to (1), the Govern-
ment plan is to create a_ self-
contained unit for each family
who would live entirely off the
land, marketing sugar-cane and
other produce, with a supply of
fcod crops, milk, eggs, ete. for
home consumption as well — a
highly commendable object.
Government, however, must be
convinced that four acres. would,
under normal conditions, be

Pain

ie a ee



(By FRANK OWEN)

Malta was the key, both of the
Mediterranean dnd the . Desert
wars While we held this horn-
ets’ nest no Italian fleet dared put
to sea. and the Axis supply line
to Africa was under constant
attack — very important when
their sea supply took three days
and our own, round the Cape,
three months.

But to reinforce the devoted
garrison was for long a venture-
some affair.

Murmansk was comparable.
The figures starkly show what
Mr. Churchill colourfully tells, a
tale of merchantman heroism.

Of Convoy P.Q.17, which sailed
from Iceland to Archangel on
June 27, 1942, Churchill writes :
“The scattered, defenceless force
fell easy prey to the marauding
aircraft and U boats.. Of the
34 ships, 23 were sunk. One

of the most melancholy naval
episodes of the war.”

Alamein
The Second Front — which

Stalin never ceased to urge upon
his Western Allies — was de-
layed in favour of the plan to
take the entire North African
shore. Winston was persuaded that
this plan was the best, both West
and East—for he had also to
think of our tenuous life-line past
Arabia and Persia to India,

At Alamein, in October, Mont-
gomery opened the score: “To-
gether we will hit the enemy for
six, out of North Africa,” he said,
and did. With a thousand guns,

NIGHT

wheel to wheel, he blasted a hole |
in Rommel’s front and drove his |
armour through, In three months
the Eighth Army advanced 1,500}
miles, a fighting, march unparal-
Jeled in history.

Three months more, and join- |
ing hands with Eisenhower's
Anglo-American Army approach- |
ing from the West, the Allies had
redeemed all Africa.

So The Long Night ended, and |
at last as Winston said “the bright |

gleam of victory caught our|
soldiers’ helmets.” |
Tragedy |

Here, in these pages, is Tragedy. |
Churchill, visiting the White |
House, hears suddenly and utterly
unexpectedly the news: “Tobruk
has surrendered, with 25,000
men.” He sits silent, stunned b)
the catastrophe to his country’s
arms. }

All Roosevelt says is: “How |
can I help?” And nobly he helps. |

Here is Farce, and bedroom
farce, too Molotov, visiting
Chequers, searches his bed-
chamber from end to end, prods}
the bed itself for infernat!
machines, keeps a revolver by the |
bedside. He must have thought!
he was at home. |

Mr. Churchill pays fine tribute |
to wartime colleagues, both to old |
personal friends and to old politi-
cal opponents, Beaverkrook and
Eden, Attlee and Cripps.

A thoughtful main or womar
will want to read this book.

*“The Hinge of Fate: Second
World War, Vol. IV” (Cassel
25s.).



‘Courage is No. I

Test Of

IF it happened—Churchill knew
about it. Anything that affected
the life of the nation could draw

from him a crisp memorandum
probing motives, meanings, or
misunderstandings Vclume IV

contains the now-familiar appen-
dix of these personal minutes and
telegrams. Among them :—
TO Sir Edward Bridges (Civil
Service chief), October 8, 1942-
@ FOR YOUR private informa-
tion, I rate the capacity of a man
to give a useful opinion on any
question connected with war in
accordance with the following
three conditions: First, courage
und ability, Second, real experi-
ence of the fire. Third, peace-
time Staff Studies and routine
promotion,
TO Food Minister, November 21,
1942:
@1 HOPE it is not true that we
are enforcing a whole set of vexa-
tious regulations of. this kind
(about thé ban on the exchange
of rationed food). it is absolutely
contrary to logic and good sense
that a person may not give away
or exchange his rations with some-
one who at the mement he feels
has a greater need, It strikes at
neighbourliness and friendship,
TO President of the Board of
Trade, December 4, 1942:
@ I am told that the whole of
the Army have been made to
strip off their regimental badges,
at Sreat detriment to esprit de
corps. As many of the soldiers
paid for these badges themselves
there has been a lot of distress
ecaused....Let me know exactly

adequate to achieve this object,
with a reasonable chance of
success. And, if successful, simi-
larly to develop other areas when
and if available. Under local
conditions where most land is
already in a highly productive
state and must be so maintained
under the economic conditions
with which the island is faced —
additional areas for such purposes
will prove very difficult to come
by. The Moyne Commission gave
@ great deal of study to the factors
influencing the existing set-up
here and which centre on the need
for the highest managerial
efficiency in order to secure maxi-
mum out-turn per unit of land.
In the circumstances, land values
will always be high and out of
reach of peasant families not al-
ready in possession of small units
often acquired in crisis times, The
conditions which now obtain no
doubt influenced those speakers
who argued aguinst the Govern-
ment proposals, however valuable
these might be under a different
set of economic conditions,

In regard to (2), it is obvious
that one acre is tco small to enable
a peasant holder to work it ad-
yantageously if he has to keep
some livestock with Which to
maintain fertility and thus par-
tially to live off the production of
his acre. In any case, the most
of his income would still have to
come from sources outside his
holding. We suggest, therefore, a
compromise scheme which, by in-
lensive methods with specialized

In The Neck



A Man’

what the Board of Trade said t:
the War Office which led them to
this step.

TO Minister of Agriculture and
Food Minister, April 19,, 1943:
@ I understand you: have discon- |
tinued the small sugar _ ration
which was allowed to bees, and |
which in the spring months is
most important to their work
throughout the whole year. Pray |
let me know what is the}
saving in starving the bees of |

private owners ?
TO Foreign Secretary, May
1942:

19,
|
@ The telegrams seem to be |
growing longer and longer..... . |
The waste of time and energy
involved in these long codings |
and decodings is most serious.
TO Sir E, Bridges, April 20, 1943:
@ THE ringing of the bells to
summon worshippers as describea
in my answer in Parliament today |
does not mean that the bells |
should be rung at odd times for
weddings or funerals.
TO Secretary of State

for War,}|
April 17, 1953:

distributed by the Army Bureau |

of Current Affairs. The poster is a
disgraceful libel on the conditions
prevailing in Great Britain before
the war..... It is a very wrong
thing that the War Office should
be responsible for such exaggerat-
ed and distorted propaganda, The
soldiers know their homes are not
like that... withdraw the poster
forthwith.
—L.E.S.

crops, might satisfy both Govern-
nent and the Opposition. There
is great need for increasing the |
production of fresh vegetables and
may it not be that two acres, in-
tensively worked, would provide a
self-contained unit ? A market for
fiesh vegetables is assured, they
are practically always in short
supply — inereasihg hotel require-
ments also have to be met. It is
envisaged that one acre say would
carry a cottage, a cowshed and so
on, room for cultivation of forage
and some provision crops; the
other acre being given over to
vegetables in proper rotation. It
would mean that irrigation facili-
ties would have to be established
over the whole block and carefully |
maintained, Charges could be on
a rental basis both for land and





use of water. The present Gov- |
ernment scheme envisages a rent |
charge — a good safeguard, in the
early stages partitularly, and now
generally adopted in all planned
settlement schemes. Under the
expert advice ‘and careful super-
vision of an Agricultural Officer,
various co-operative method: |
could be given full rein, including |
marketing and disposal of the
produce, This is the idea in bare
outline: SY

In regard tO (3), this. shoulc
only be adopted if circumstances
in the particular area demand ;
housing scheme. It has no speci.)
merit from a production point of
view, although more generally
useful perhaps than cutting uy
the land into one acre lots which.



solves nothing,



i

NOBODY’S
DIARY

Sunday — It seems strange that with all our|

energies directed towards building up a
tourist industry that the authorities have
turned a blind eye to an eyesore that I
saw on Rockley Beach this morning. If
nothing is done to stop this dumping of
huts on our beaches it is not unlikely that
tenantries will soon spring up along our
most attractive districts which are our
most valuable assets.

|Monday — The authentic steel bands—those| ;

that employ petrol drums as musical in-
struments — have greatly improved, but
there is a mew menace, a new type of
steel band in which the bandsmen are
armed with all types of domestic uten-
sils is springing up. This new type is
not only hard on the ear drums but it is
hard on the pots and which were not
manufactured for this purpose.

Tuesday — There has been no Official re-
lease from the Oils and Fats Conference
but it seems certain that the consumer
will be paying more for the raw prod-
ucts.

Wednesday — To-day for the first time

people in the Eastern Caribbean must} %

have felt that they have a common coun-
try of origin. The new West Indian
Currency notes in circulation to-day gave
them this feeling. The new currency is
the first tangible evidence that there is
a possibility of federation at some future
date and that something besides hot air

will be evolved from the numerous con-

ferences,

Cfhursday — To-day we can breathe a sigh
of relief; a hurricane is supposed to have
passed, us by yesterday. Judging from
the notice published it would be difficult
to determine exactly the position of this
Hurricane — 400 miles East South-East
of Barbados and 500 miles North-East of
Trinidad.

"riday — Planters should subsidise all sports
tours to the island. When the MCC send
a team here or when there is Intercol-
onial cricket it is a signal for rain. Now

it is the turn of the schoolboys’ team to

bring the rain,

AARBADOS WATERWORKS
DEPARTMENT

MONTHLY REPORT, JULY, 1951
The “crop” is over,



the last sugar factory closing

down about the middle of the month, but the
reservoirs on the west coast will

General not have recovered their full
Supply supply level until the middle of

August. The deficiency area of
rorth-east St. Peters and south-east St. Lucy is
aring better but is not yet getting a 24 hours’

| upply. This will come when the reservoirs have
PRAY see the attached poster |

‘ecovered their full depth and,
remain when Haymans Well

it is hoped, will
operating. F

(vide below)

Water supply by lorry has ceased and the three
Water Tank vehicles stand ready for call in
Lorries . case of hurricane.

The- sinking of the new well at Haymans, to
replenish Warleigh Reservoir in St. Peter and so
obviate the necessity of drawing off the high level
main to the detriment of the defi-
ciency area mentioned in the first
paragraph above, has progressed
to 25 feet, and half of the mile

Western
Supply

‘ong pipeline has been laid, Unless an unforeseer

Land Use |

| omplete, most of the foundation concrete has been

difficulty crops up, the work should be completec
by the end of December, as desired.

Excavation for foundations and basements is
laid and the coral block walls
have started. It has been’ ne-
cessary to bring pressure to bear
to get an adequate supply of the
blocks of stone.

Belle Electric
Pumping
Station

As all subterranean work has been completed in
the well and adit, the shaft has been sealed with a
platform about 10 feet below the
surface, to prevent debris from
the pumping station falling down
the well and also to prevent con-
tamination of the sheet water from above.

With both the 15” diameter main near Collymore
Rock, and the 18” diameter to the

New Weii
at Belle

Bridgetown west of Waterford, very hard
Arterial coral rock is being encountered.
Mains Progress will remain slow until

this texture has been passed.

To relieve the demand on the high level Fort
George system in the parish of Christ Church,

it is proposed to lay a main
Bridgetown from above Brittons Reservoir
Suburban along the top of Rendezvous Ridge,

Development past Graeme Hall as far as Christ
Church Parish Church, i
should enable the several properties on the top o-

Christ Church Ridge to receive a higher pressure

and a more reliable supply.

Two reconnaissances have been carried out dur-
ing the month with the object of circumventing
the slipping hillside above Glen-
burnie below cliff in St-
Further investigation is

East Coast
Supply

main along the top of the cliff from Parish Hill
near St. John’s Church to Edgecliff, passing Clif-
ton, drop down a steep cliff path with special
piping and join the old main near the parochial!
boundary between St. Joseph and St. John, Should
this prove practicable, it should greatly improve

jconditions in the lower part of St. Joseph and in

St. Andrew, which have a more or less precarious

supply at present, due to breaks in the main above |

Glenburnie.
These are prominent at the present time from the
points of view of the several Vestries. Very few
small diameter pipes are available

This |

John,
neces -
sary, but it is hoped to run a new |

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about hl own failings (the mean-

THOMPSON ness, the yellow streak, etc.) or
THE CATCHER IN THE RYE. so willing to’see tls2 other fellow’'s
By J. D. Salinger. Hamish point of view. He realises that
Hamilton. 10s. 6d. 253 pages he is a pain to parents and teachers
HOLDEN CAULFIELD is a and a bore to his schoolmates,
terrible mess and knows it. He But there is nothing he can do
is being kicked out of his fourth about it. That is how he is.
school for perverse refusal to Terrible. ,

make any effort with studies.
But that is only part of the

For example, when he lost the
fencing team’s foils on the sub-

trouble with Holden, who is 16 way, it was. strictly the end,
and feels like a hundred He Holden admits it. Still, the team
does not look like a hundred, need not have been so pom-
however, or there would not be pous. After all, it had its funny
all that trouble every time Holden side.

tries to buy a drink, Faced with the prospect of ex-

As the boy explains in his own pulsion and a painful interview
brand of English (promising little with his father. Holden decides
brother of the English used by to quit school independently and

American soldiers nm war novels),

visit New York. What the pur-

he hates the world. Everything pose of the expedition is he never
is wrong with it, strictly every- clearly works out, which __ is
thing, except his kid sister charactéfistic of him. In New

Phoebe and his brother Allie
one that died).
Holden is essentially fair-mind-

ed. Nobody could franker

(the

be

York he tries to drinks and to be
a great lover. On this latter sub-
ject he has strong opinions. “L
year,” he says “I made a rule

rst

that I was going to quit horsing
around with girls. I ‘broke it
though the same week I made
it—the ‘same night as; a matter
of fact. Sex is just something IL
don’t understand.”

When ‘the lift attendant at the
hotel offers to find him .female
companionship Holden accepts, It
is hardly a success. The great
lover wants the girl .o tell him
about her terribly sad life. The
girl wants ten dollars and sends
for the lift man.

As Holden puts it: “In my mind,
I'm probably the biggest sex-
maniac you ever saw.”



He takes a girl to the theatre

and is terribly rude to her; he
does not know why But the
theatre affects him strangely. Of
the Lunts he says: “Very good but
I didn’t like them much,” (A
typical Holden statement) “They

acted more like. they were cele-
brities and all, I mean they

good, but they were too good.”

were



Nor does Oliver’s Hamlet please
him any better. “He was too
much like a goddam general, in-
stead of a sad, screwed-up type
guy.” Holden decides he really
ought to read plays, not see them.
“If an actor acts it out, I hardly
listen. I keep worrying ,about
whether he is going to do some-
thing phoney every minute.”

Ringing people up in the middle
of the night, crying, arguing with
taxi-drivers (about what happens
to the birds in Central Park lake
when it freezes, a topic madden-
ing to taxi-drivers). Holden
moves towards a climax of misery.

A cross-grained, utterly impos-
sible young man with a nice boy



hidden inside him. Pathetic, too
On the first page, I said, “The
prychiatrists wil get you if you
don’t watch out.” They d ,
Thirty-two-year-old Salinger’s
first novel is a distinguishe@ ex-
OSU of adolescence it” its
west Tuuching and, in a wry

rt of way funny,

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St. John : Stewarts Hill New Road. 1 Tongues, Ox Tails, Ox Scotch Whiskey.
St. James: Whappings. iss Brains, Gold Braid Rum.
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18,

1951



Will Be

Revised

A TOTAL of 95-600 people have registered out of a total of
102,642 who are qualified to vote, it was revealed at the
Colonial Secretary's Press Conference yesterday.

During the next two months the revision of the Electoral
lists will take place throughout the island. The lists as they
stand at present will shortly be posted in the various dis-
tricts and at Post Offices and Police Stations.



Panama Canal
Zone Stamp

The Governor of the Canal
Zone in replying to His Ex-
cellency’s letter of appreci-
ation of the decision of the
Canal Zone Government to
issue a stamp to commemor-
ate the contribution of West
Indian workers to the build-
ing of the Panama Canal,
has stated that these work-
ers richly deserve the hon-
ours which are being ex-
tended to them. The Govern-
or of the Canal Zone quoted
figures to show that more
than 30,000 contract labour-
ers were brought to the Isth-
mus by the Isthmian Canal
Commission between 1904—-
1914, of whom approxim-
ately two-thirds were re-
cruited in Barbados.



Hazlewood
Installed

The Rev. Gordon Vivian Elton
Haziewood, M.A. was yesterday
instituted, inducted and installed
Dean of St. Michael’s Cathedral
and Rector of the parish of St.

Michael at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral.

A large section of the laity
including His Excellency the

Governor Sir Alfred Savage and
Lady Savage witnessed the cere-
mony. The service was fully
choral and tihe lessons were read
by Canon Harvey Read and
Canon A. H. Barlee.

The sermon was delivered by
the Rt. Rev. His Lordship the
Bishop. In his sermon’ which
was taken from Psalm 46, verse
five—“God is In the Midst of Her;
therefore She Shall Not be Moved,
God Shall Help Her and That
Right Early”-—he asked the laity
to give their every support to the
new Dean and to remember him in
their prayers.

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Boarding And
Lodging Suit
If Doris Christian of Halls Road

can pay Court of Error and other

costs before next Friday, a case in
which Judge J. W. B. Chenery of
the Assistant Court of Appeal gave
judgement against her will be sent
back to be tried. This was the

ruling of The Honourable the
Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore

yesterday in the Court of Error
when’ Christilan’s appeal was
heard.

Judgment had previously been
given against her when she did
not attend the hearing of the case
after many adjournments.

The case was one in which
Sylvia Hall of King William
Street, Bridgetown, claiined £50
for boarding and lodging three of
Christian’s children from Jufy 1,
1949 to April 30, 1950 at £2 per
day.

The boarding and lodging of the
children was alleged to have oc-
curred when Doris Christian was
ill. There were a boy and two
girls.

Christian is an Antiguan.

Mr, J. E. T. Brancker appeared
for Sylvia Hall and Mr. J. S. B.
Dear for Christian.

Christian told the Court that she
did not attend the court when
judgment was given against her
because she was ill. On one of the
occasions when it was adjourned
she sent a letter stating she was
ill and she subsequently heard
that the case was adjourned until
June 3. June 3, however, hap-
pened to be a Sunday. —

It was after six adjournments
that Judge Chenery gave his
judgment,



SIR CLEMENT MALONE
GRANTED TIME
EXTENSION

Sir Clement Malone, who car-
ried out an investigation in con-
nection with the Princess Alice
Playing Field, reported that owing
to the Enquiry which he under-
took in Antigua at the request ot
the Governor of the Leeward
Islands, he would be unable to
submit his Report to His Excel-
lency by the 15th August as
originally intended and requested
that the date should be extended
to the 31st imstant, His Excellency
has approved the extension.

LAND FOR ‘WINDOW’
ON THE SEA TO BE
EXCHANGED

Work in tidying up the windows
on Bay Street will commence
soon, the Hon. the Colonial
Secretary said at a Press Confer-
ence yesterday.

On Tuesday last the Resolution
to authorise the exchange of
certain -small strips of land
adjoining the “window” next to
the eye hospital was introduced
in the House of Assembly. After
careful consfGeration it was de-
cided that the layout of this
particular area would be improv-



ed if the exchange could be
made. As soon as the Resolution
giving legislative approval has

been passed, work can be speeded
up in rendering the area pleasing
to the eye.

Work is also going ahead with
clearing the strip of land be-
tween the Gas Company and the
Ice Factory in Bay Street This
window will serve to admit a most
pleasing view of the harbour.

_ The necessary forms for ebjec-
tions and for qualified voters
whose names have been omitted
will soon be available at Police
Stations or from the Registering
Officers of the Parish.

The report of the Supervising
Officer gives the following figures
for the list of voters:

Registered Refused Total

Bridgetown 6.200 391 6,591
St. Michael 32,552 2,952 35,504
Christ Church 12,594 1,023 13,617
St. Philip 7,144 356, 7,500
St. George 7,308 563 eh
St. John 4,790 170 4,960
St. Joseph 3,551 254 3,805,
St. Thomas 4,114 287 4.401
Si. James 5,742 282 6,024
St. Andrew 3,362 204 3,566
St. Peter 4,329 362 4.721
St. Lucy 3.914 168 4,082
Total 95,600 7,042 102,642

Of the total registered 40,486 or
42% are men and 55,114 or 58%
are women. Refusals are 2,495 or
36% men and 4,547 or 64%
women,

in five districts only one person
in the respective district refused
to register, while the highest
number of refusals in any one dis-
trict was 1€4, though the highest
percentage of refusals to electors
in one district was 31.9%.

The Registration Districts show

that: —
) district has between 1,000—1,100 voters
5 districts have between 801—1,000

2 ” ” ” 601— 800

89 401— 600
47 301— 400
35

7 100— 200 ,,



76-Year-Old
Dies From Shock

Death by misadventure was the
verdict returned by a nine-man
jury when the inquiry into the
circumstances surrounding the
death of 76-year-old Ida Lavine
of Peterkins Land was concluded
at District “A” yesterday.

The Coroner was Mr. E. a.
McLeod. Lavine was taken to the
General Hospital on the night of
August 14 suffering from burns
and died suddenly’ on August 16.

Dr. Browne who performed the
post mortem examination said that
the deceased died from shock
brought om by the extensive burns
she received,

First witness called wa$ Edna
Husbands who said that she used
to live with the deceased in the
same houfe. On the night of
August 14 about 9.30 o'clock she
heard the deceased shout “Edna
help me.” On running to her bed-
room she saw that the dress she
was wearing was ablaze and a
lamp without a shade was on the
floor of the room.

She (Husbands) shouted for the
neighbours who came and assisted
in putting out the fire. The de-
ceased was taken to the Hospital
later the same night. On August
16 she identified her body to Dr.
Browne who performed the post
mortem examination.

Tyrell Yard, a 32-year-old sea-
man of Peterkins Land said that
he helped in putting out the fire
in the house of the deceased. Be-
fore he went to the house he heard
someone shout “Look Miss Lavine
house on fire.”

While he was in the house he
heard the deceased say that Edna
Husbands had thrown acid on her
and put her on fire. When he
went in the house the back of the
house was on fire and he threw a
bucket of water on the blaze.

Some of the fire went out, but
the clothes of the deceased were

burning.



Hawkers Prefer
Market In Prince
Wm Henry Street

THE MAJORITY of hawkers interviewed by the Advocate
yesterday said that they would prefer a market built for

them at the open spot at
opposite Messrs. DaCosta &

Prince William Henry Street,

Co., Ltd. Some felt that this

market would only be able to accommodate a few hundred

and to relieve the congestion,

a second market should be

built at the Cumberland Square.

A few hawkers fron St, Thomas
would like the market built at the
corner of Suttle Street on a spot
where E C. Hil’s building now
stands. They said it would suit
them very much. Another hawker
feels that this spot would be in an
already congested area.

The Broad Street hawkers, as
well as+ those in -alleys between
Broad and Swan Streets, are in
favour of the site at Prince Wil-
liam Henry Street.

Central Spot

Nicey Bellamy, wno has been
selling in Broad Street for over
30 years, said: “A market at
Prince William Henry Street is
the type of market we would like.
It is a central spot. I have already
told some of my customers that it
is likely that I will have to remove
to Temple Yard. They replied
that it would be very inconvenient
sor them .My customers would like
Prince William Henry Street. With
a roof and stalls laid out that site
would make a beautiful market.”

Olive Blackman, another

Broad Street vendor for over 25
years, is also in favour of the
Prince William Henry Street
site. “We have already made
a good name for ourselves in
this area: so why remove us to
Temple Yard? If 1 am removed
to that spot I feel that I would
lose some of my customers. Re-
move us to Prince William Hen-
ry Street site and we shall be
quite satisfied.”

Nicey Belgrave, who for the past
30 years has been selling at Luke’s
Alley, to Broad Street side, said:
“A market on the Prince William
Henry Street site would accom-
modate about two or three hun-
dred hawkers. It would hold all
the hawkers from Broad Street,
Swan Street, the adjoining alleys
and surrounding districts. It
would be sanitary. It would ba
airy and I doubt very much that it
would spoil the surrounding
scenery, Take us to the Prince
William Henry Street site and we
will be satisfied .”

Martha Ward of Hillaby, St.
Thomas, has been selling at the
corner of James Street for many
years. She finds it very conveni-
ent to sell there.

Prefer Suttle Street

She said: “I come to,town four
or five times a week to sell, On
nearly every occasion I bring a
large number of bags and baskets
with me, I travel by bus and if
the bus unloaded my bags and bas-
kets at the corner of Broad Street
I would have great difficulty in
getting them into markets either
at Prince William Henry Street or
the Highways and Transport site.
I would much prefer the market
erected at the corner of Suttle
Street on the site where E. C.
Hill’s building is at present situ-
ated. It will also be fairly con-
venient for me to unload my ar-
ticles at Lower Broad _ Street
and take them across the road into
a market at Cumberland Square
but I still prefer a market at the
corner of Suttle Street.”

Sylvia Knight, who sells beside
Martha Ward, is also in favour
of a market being erected on the
E. C. Hill site. She said that this
site was right in the route of their
bus and would suit them fine
She said that two markets could
be erected. “One at the Highways
and Transport ‘site to suit the
hawkers coming to town by the
southern and eastern buses and
one at the corner of Suttle Street
for the people who use the north-
ern buses,” she said

Fthel Webster of Canefield, St.
Thomas. would also like to sell
in a market at the corner of Suttle
Street. She said: “It would be all
O.K. with me if the Government

was going to provide vans to con-
vey our bags and baskets, Then,
and only then could the market
be placed at some-out-of-the-
way spot.”

Should Be In One Area

Delcina Robinson, a vendor of
Tudor Street, said: “I prefer
Temple Yard or Cumberland
Square. After the people are ac-
customed going down to the meat
and fish market so why make
them go up to a fruit and vege-
table market. If all the markets
are close to each other within an
hour the housewife could com-
plete her shopping. It makes no
sense carrying the Market to the
Highways and Transport or Prince
William Henry Street sites.”

Another vendor who sells at
James Street, when approached
by a reporter, said: “I am name-
less. In my opinion there should
be three markets. One at Prince
William Henry Street, the other
at the Highways and Transport
cite and the last either at Cum-
berland Square or Temple Yard.
If one market is built it is not
going to accommodate all the ven-
dors in Bridgetown.
talking about building one why
not talk about two or three.”

Cocoa Overpriced |S SRk RRO eee
INSIST ON

His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday fined Mrs. Philip Gallo-
way of the Ivy, St. Michael £3 for
contravening the Price Control
Order on July 5, 1951.

She appealed against the de-
cision, Mrs. Galloway offered for
sale a quarter pound tin of Fry’s
Cocoa at 27 cents while the sche-
dule price is 26 cents.

B.N.A. Collect $490

The Barbados Nurses’ Associa-
tion collected $490.64 at their an-
nual Flag Day which was run on
August 3. That amount was more
than last years $484.73 and 1949's
$386.34, but the collection has on
a previous occasion reached the
$700 mark, f

The first Flag Day the Associa-
tion held was in 1939, three years
after it was started.

Bata Must Quit

In the Court of Common Pleas
yesterday, the Honourable the
Chief Judge upheld a motion for
cn order against The British Bate
Shoe Co, Ltd., to give up posses-
sion of the premises they now
ececupy, belonging to the Ceniral
Foundry Ltd.

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C, instruct-
ed by Messrs Cottle Catford & Co.,
appeared for the Central Foundry
Lid,





£2 FOR FAILING
TO CLOSE SHOP

Egerton Harding” of Baxters
Road, St. Michael was ordered to
pay a fine of £2 by His Worship
Mr. H. A, Talma for violating the
Shop Closing Act.

‘The offence was committed on
July 14. The fine is to be paid in
14 days or in default one month's
imprisonment,

PETITION GRANTED

The Honourable the Chief Judge
in the Court of Ordinary yester-
day, granted the petition of Eva
G. Belle of Grazettes Road, St
Michael, a widow, to the estate of
her son Lionel G. Belle, late of
St .Michael.

Mr. J. S. B, Dear instructed by
Mr. K. C. Browne of Messrs
Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors,
appeared for Eva Belle,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

95,600 People Register To Vote

Electional Lists

SUGAR SHIP LEAVES
SPEIGHTSTOWN

Health Centre

Goes Up Al

Arlington

HE HARRISON

LINER s.s.

Statesman took all

sugar from Speightstown and Sixmen’s sugar bonds
except 14 bags when it called last week-end to load sugar
for the U.K, She will be the last ship to call at Speightstown

for sugar this year.

CUT THIS
OUT

It was pointed out by the
Colonial Secretary at yester-
day's Press Conference thai
these hints on what to do be-
fore and after a hurricane
would be useful to house-
holders.

1. Make sure you are ac-
quainted with the warn-
ing signals, and that you
know who is in charge
of hurricane relief in
your district. If you
don't know this, make
enquiry at the nearest
Police station.

See that the fastenings
of doors and windows
are secure.

If you have hurricane
shutters be certain that
they still fit and have not
warped.

Have ready a small sup-
ply of tinned milk and
tinned food as emer-
gency rations.

Keep hurricane lanterns
filled with kerosene.
After a Hurricane Warning

1. Do not rush to the tele-
phone and start ringing
all your friends, by so
doing you may prevent
an important officia!
communication from
getting through.

Draw off some water in-
to clear receptacles for
drinking; shut, fasten
and barricade doors and
windows as much as
possible.

Buckets of sand will help
to put out fires.

Take cover in as secure
a shelter as possible.
After a Hurricane:

5.

3.
4.



1. Never drink water with-
out boiling,

2. Do not crowd round re-
a centres unnecessar-
ily.

3. Do not go sight seeing.

4. Even if you are slightly
injured it is as well to be
inoculated against
tetanus.

5. Do your best to help the

Relief Organisation.

10/- For Assault

Justices G. L. Taylor and H, A
Vaughan sitting in the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday varied
a decision of His Worship Mr
C. W. Rudder who fined Daphney
Knight of Christ Church 25 /- and
2/- costs for assaulting and beat-
ing McDonald Jackman of March-
field, St. Philip.

Their Honours ordered Knight
to pay a fine of 10/- for thé
offence which was committed on
May 5, 1951.

The decision of Mr. Rudder who



fined Jackman 10/- for assaulting
Instead of and beating Knight on the same

date was confirmed. Jackman was
ordered to pay the appeal costs
which amounted to 8/4.

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Tne Statesman arrived at
Speightstown on Saturday morn-
ing when she began to load, and
sailed Monday night on her home-
bound voyage. She loaded approx-
imately 1,422 tons of sugar, mak-
ing a total of approximately 19,797
tons of sugar to have been ship-
ped from that port this year

Of the load taken by the States-
man, Messrs Plantations Ltd
hipped 802 tons, Messrs. R. & G
Challenor & Co,, Ltd. (Speights-

town) 120 tons, and Messrs, R. &
G. Challenor & Co., Ltd. (Six-
men’s) 500 tons,

The total of 19,797 tons of
sugar was taken by six ships
They were the Harrisons Liners

Herdsmen, Craftsmen, Tribesman
and Statesman, the C.N.S. freight-
er Canadian Constructor and the
chartered Saguenay Terminals’
S. S. London Vendor. The Har-
rison ships took their loads to the
U. K. while the other two ships
loaded for Canada.

The sug*’r shipped from
Speightstown was produced at
Haymans Factory, St. Peter, and
Fairfield and Springhall, St. Lucy.
The three’ factories produced
about 24 to 26 thousand tons of
sugar this crop, part of which was
transported by Jorry to Bridge-
town.

Some of the sugar workers of
Speightstown said that they we:
sorry that all the sugar produced
in St. Peter and St. Lucy was not
shipped out of the island from
Speightstown. “Speightstown can
handle it,” said one of them whil
another observed thet the «hip-
pers would have to find more
bonding space. A shipping clerk
baid: “Ships will always be wel-
come in Speightstown because it
relieves much of the unemploy-
ment,

HE PUBLIC WORKS Depart-
ment have begun to reno-
vate Arlington, the three-storied
building at the corner of Queen
and Chapel Streets, Speightstown,
into a health centre.

Carpenters and masons have
been working on it for over two
weeks now. More rooms will be
added to the already big building

ALDO RAMSEY = defeated

Michael Simmons 3—2 in
the Fox Club Table Tennis Finals
on Wednesday night to become
his club’s champion, He was pre-
sented with the Silver Challenge
Cup. Ben Blackman carried off
the “B"” class trophy by defeating
Lionel Rogus 3—0.

The scores in the fixture Ram-
sey vs Simmons were 21—17;
22—20; 11—21; 14—21; 21—17,

AIN FELL in
every day this week up to
Thursday, Rainfall returns at Dis-

trict “E” Police Station recorded
2.04 inches.
The best day’s fall was on

Wednesday when 1.70 inches fell
during the day. On Monday night
2 parts were received, on Tuesday,
20 parts, and on Thursday 12 parts
by night.

Wills Admitted To Probate

The following wills were ad-
mitted to probate by the Honour-
able the Chief Judge Sir Allan
Collymore yesterday: —

Richard Murrell Howard Smith
St. Philip, Edith Parris, St, Mi-
chael, James Francis Burton,
Christ Church, Hubert Austin
Doughty, St. Michael.



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The cld premises of the Bay
Street Boys’ Club is to be con
verted into a Girls’ Club. This!
new Girls’ Club, which will be
the second in the island, will be |
opened on August 27. Girls are
now being enlisted by Inspecto:
Connell of the Bridge Police
Station,

Colonel Michelin, Commission-
er of Police, said: “The annua
appeal for funds for the runnin

of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls
Clubs, which now number ten
will start on September 1

“The appeal takes the form o
a raffle. Tickets will cost om
dollar each and the prizes are
First Prize—a car; second prize
a refrigerator, third prize—radig-
gram; fourth prize—sewing ma-
chine and fifth prize—a bicycle.” |

He said: “It is hoped vat |
everybody will give a dollar I}
is a dollar to a good cause an
the person may win a_ valuable
prize. These clubs mean a lot t
the boys and girls who use then
and provide a healthy atmosphere |
for them in their leisure hours. |
The benefits of these clubs will}
be seen in years to come.” |

The members of the Bay Street |
Club now have aie quantity of |
trays for sale. At the other clubs
the boys also make articles. These
are sold and a_ percentage goe:
to the boy and a_ percentage t
the club





B'dos Pharmacy
Again Wins Show

|
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a .

vindow Contest

For the second time in suc
cessive years, the drug busines

of Messrs. Bruce Weatherhead
Ltd.—The Barbados Pharmacy

has won the drug store show
window display competition dur-
ing Pharmacy Week, staged by
the Pharmaceutical Society of
Barbados This week was

Pharmacy Week for this year.
The City Pharmacy gained
second place and Mr, C, Carlton

B. owne's drug store, third
place,

The judges were Mr. H. Gran-
num, Mrs, R. N. Jack and Mr

Everton Williams.

Tonight a social will be held at
Queen’s Park for the members of
the Pharmaceutical Society ane
their friends, bringing Pharmacy
Week to an end.

Regional Economic
Committee

THE Executive Committee of
the Regional Economic Committee
meets on Monday, August 20th,
The full Committee will meet on
Wednesday, August 22nd. The
Barbados Delegation will consist
of Mr. G, H. Adams, M,C.P., and
the following advisers:

The Honourable Sir John Saint,
Kt., The Honourable H, A. Cuke,
C.B.E., M.L.C,, The Honourable
K. R. Hunte, M.L.C., Mr- D, G
Leacock, Jnr, Captain G. J.
Bryan, M.C., Acting Financial
Secretary.

The purpose of the meeting is
to consider the report of the Trade
Delegation which recently visited
the United Kingdom and Canada.



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or cold. Meanwhile, the soothing balsams in Famel Syrup
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Birt? srriage or Fhmagome
é er C ib t the
€ 0) for any xf word
a 4 for each | Minimum charge week 72 cents and
ae a Phone 2508/96 cents Sumdays 24 wer’s — over 24
between 8.30 and 4 p.1 3113 for Death “ev cents word woek-—4 cents a
Notices only after 4 p.m wort on Sunday
The charge for announcements of
Marriages, TC s*know!-
nt 1 In Men es is AUTOMOTIVE
week-days and 80 on Sundays |
for any number of words up to 50, and| ————
t per word o weck-days and! CAR—Austin 10-H_.P Apply
ee per word on Sundays for each! Ward, Alieynedale, St. Peter. ‘Telephone
ud i werd 4 9l—se 18.8
| !
CAR—A\ iM7 Model. X-542. |
EN V | Ver? good ¢ R-a@conat
as __'N MEMOR AM _; Contact C. F. Bourne c/o M. E. R
GRIFFITH—In Joving memory of our} POU! & Co. 2728 or Pee 83528 |
dear mother Muriel Griffith died 18th} _ €.8.81--n. 4
250 } . .
1360. i now our heart is sore,| _,CAR-1980 Hillman. Apply at Clifton |
As time go by we miss you more, Sen Upper Bay Street - tlephene
Your loving smile your gentle fa ns 17.8.51—4n. |
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Oliver, ‘Alma Griffith tchildron's Walter | _.CAR—Chrysler 1939 Model in perfect |
Redman (brother), Wayne | Grimfith | CCPaition. Engine, paint, upholstery and
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igrand-son). = __ 8 8-B-win-) Bos Agencies Ltd. Ring 4908 |
DRAKES—In k memory of my dear | 47 ,8.04—Oh.
belo son nso Drakes bette : gtr eee
pelo ed On ee one tell asteco an| CAR—One Vauxhall 14.6 in perfect
the 17th of August 18, | condition, Apply: C. St. Hill, Cosmo-
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sad day | 17.8.51—3n. |
te is e but net to be forgott os Peeper eens entieineenireiee
beatae ee eaen tor Mine Rietha, | .CAR—1949 Kaiser Saloon done only 5,500 |
earcen fehitie: Cynthia (aiatess). Biles in A-1 condition, FORT ROYAL |
Svivest=t. Millington (brothers), Mr, and} GARAGE LTD. Telephone 4504 ont
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SKEENE—In loving memory of our dear| are order, tyres very me age
mother Elizabeth A. Skeene who de- | F en eED |
parted this life on Aug. 18th 1947 | ONE 190 Ford Station Wageon No
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But gone to her Father's home above. | Gaily from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon. Owner
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- MOTOR CYCLE 1% bhp. B.S.A
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Limited accommodations. Dial—2759 for
Reservations 18.8.51—3n

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HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada
Spices. SANTA M.\RIA—ioveliest hotel
in Caribbean. Rates from $7.00 per head
per day, GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-
dential district under Government House
hill. Rates from $5.00 per head per day.

SEASIDE INN-—On Grand Anse Bathing | 3299

Beach. Rates from 84.00 per head per
day. Enquiries to D, M. Slinger, Grenada
26.6.51—78n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE,

Attention is drawn to the De-
fence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices)





Order, 1951, No. 14 which will be} —

published in the Official Gazette
of Thursday 16th August, 1951.
2. Under this Order the
Articles: —
Agarol

Alophen Pills
Beecham's Pills—Pear]
Betaplexin
Betaxin
Betaxin Tablets
Dettol
Ferrol-plain
Ferrol-compound
Irrudol “A”
Izal
Keplars Malt and Oil
Listerine Antiseptic
Lysol
Neko Soap 1%
Palatol-plain
*Palatol-compound
Palatol-Compound (from
United Kingdom).
Phospherine (from United
Kingdom)
Phyllosan
Polytaxin Capsules
have been deleted in their entire-
ty from the Defence (Control of
Drug and Patent and Proprietary
Medicine Prices) Order 1951,
No. 7.

coated

17.8.51—1n.

TAKE NOTICE

AXWELL
@ HOUSE

“Goes tthe
SasT ner”
Vhat GENERAL FOODS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
sting under the laws of the State of









ware, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is 250
Park Avenue, New York, New York,

United States of America, Manufacturers,
has applied for the registration of a
trede mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of tea and coffee, and wili
be entitled to register the same after

one month from the 16th day of August
1961 unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice in duplicate to me at
Ww office of opposition of such registra-
ton. The trade mark can be sten on
Heation at my office
Dated this 8th day of August 1951

H. WILLIAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks

16 .8,51—3n



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15.8.51—4n |



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FANS—Ceiling and Desk
Types Get one to-day and keep cool.
Dial 3878. Da Costa & Co, Ltd.
Blectrical Dept. 17.8.51—6n

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TRONERS. Just received |
Oprim Electric Ironing Machines. Irons
Sheets, Shirts, Collars, Dresses etc. The |
complete home Ironer, Dial 3878, Da
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REFRIGERATOR—One 6 cu. ft. G.E
Refrigerator (In good working order)
Owen T. Allider, Roebuck Street. Dial
18.8.51—2n

FURNITURE



1 China Cabinet (Mahogany) as new)
and one Waggon (Mahogany) (Fair)
Phone 4523

18.8.51—1n





FURNITURE—Complete suite in ma-
hogany Twin Bedsteads with Vono
Springs and matresses, Dressing Table,
a Morris Chair. Phone 3278

18.8.61—2n

OFFICE CHAIRS: Just received a
shipment of Office Posture Chairs with
three point adjustment. See them today
at T. Geddes Grant Ltd., or Dial 4442.

2.8.51—t.f.n.

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The half-bred mare Jewel and a small
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to 12 o'clock noon on Friday, August 3st
1951 for repairs to the St. Matthews’
Chapel Roof in accordance with a speci-
feation which can be seen on application
to this Office,

The Churchwarden does not bind him-







row, or Phone 3344 18,8.51—3n | Seif to accept the lowest or any tender
Se a a ae jth _. | and a person or Firm whose tender
may e@ accepted will be required to
POULTRY submit letters from two persons (not
_— nn —————— | being members of the St. Michael's
Imported White Leghorn Cockerels. | Vestry) stating their willingness to
Three months. old, $5.00 each. Phone | cept suretyship for the satisfactory per-
Rishi 18.8.51—26 | formance of the work
MECHA CAL ee 2 ae. J. ASHBY,
NI hurehwarden’s Clerk.
Churehwarden’s Office,
TYPEWRITER — One Smith Premier| Parochial Bulldings,
Typewriter (noiseless), one Corona Bridgetown
Portable. Owen T Allder, Roebuck 18.8.51—5n
Street. Dial 3299 18.8.51—2n a mae -
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AFRICAN PRINT—Just received a
large assortment of African Print. Nice
designs and colours 48" w at The
Shopping Center. No. 37 Swan Street

18.8.51—2n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd





City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F N



Five hundred empt; drums



DRUM
at $1.50 each Apply K. R. Hunte &
Co, Ltd. Dial 5027. 18.8.51—6n
“KIDDE” CO2 Fire Extinguishers

Trigger Type—Model 10 @ $70.00 each.
Model 2% @ $45.00 each, Dial 4376.
{Tv Geddes Grant, Ltd 11,8.51—3n

| KOSSOLIAN—We have ‘“‘Kossolian”
Pcultry Tonic in stock recommended for
Chicks, Fowls, Ducks and Turkeys, and |
also assists in the Egg production
Frice 4/6 box Knight's Ltd.
17.8.51—2n



} KURBICURA—We also have ‘‘Kurbi-
cura’ in stock, an absorbent dressing
for Animals. Knight's Ltd

ONE LIQUOR ¥
Mr. Nurse, Flour Alley, City
18.8.51—I1n





to





RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing
....and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7.51—t.f.n.

"TAKE NOTICE

JELL

That GENERAL FOODS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
cxisting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is 250
Park Avenue, New York, New York
United States of America, Manufacturers,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A" of Register in
respect of foeds and ing edients of foods;
velatine, jellies, desserts, puddings and
pudding powders, ice cream powders, ice
cream mix, freezing mix, fruit extracts,
























confection . and will be entitled to)
register the 5 e after one menth from |
the 16th day of August 1961 |

unless some person shall in the meantime
to me at



give notice in duplicate mh
office of opposition of such registration. |
Tne trade mark can be seen on application
at 5 |
Dated this 8th day of August. 5
H. WILLIAMS



Registrar of Trade Ma

1951 |

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16.8.51—3n. |
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YROPOR OOPS SPCC POPES :|

‘s % |

‘. : |

S relax, enjoy and benefit ¥] RATES OF EXCHANGE |

% from your week-ends and & SANADA

x vacation. There is no better x AUGUST 17, 1951 |

? han by sailing. | 6s 4/10% pr. Cheques on

$ emer ¥ " x ; Bankers 61 4/10% pr |

> %, Demand

% SA | E % Drafts 61.25% pr

x FOR f x Sight Drafts 61 1/10% pr. |

% | 03 410% pr. Cable c

% R161 9/10% pr. Currency 59 9/10% pr. |

X ° % Coupons 59 2/10% pr. |

S Yaeht “ N 3 stv |

ss 4 J ° |

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$ 3%) |

5 No, 5021, Lioyds Register ~ uae

S Auxiliary Cutter, Gross Tons 10.8 ¥, T D y ( A 4 ¢ |

S Loa a2 ft. b. 94 ft, dG ft, Can % 0-Day s G. A. SO |

SC sleep five, ideal for tt Just \& - * i otis |

% Gir dock, bottom copr and % I Love You +e

3 completely painted ~ “I love you I do.”

% B,W.I. dollars or For ¢j

os details apply to | ; ; z

a > ..That’s what every

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. » , seve whe

% COLE & Ce, hiD. 3 | woman says when

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s Bay Street, Barbadc Ri she sees the modern
14,8.51 » : :

« X] Gas Cooker

6A COOOL |

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943

Notice is hereby given that Alonza
Gooding, an Engineer, formerly residing
at Fairview, Christ Church, died as a
result of injuries sustained when he fell

from a ladder during his employ at
Roberts’ Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Bay
Street, St. Michael and that compensa-

tion has been paid into Court
All dependants of the above-named
Alonza Gooding (deceased) are hereby
requested ‘9 appear at the Assistant
Court of Appeal on Wednesday the 22nd
day of August, 1951, at 10 o'clock a.m,
Dated this 26th. day of July 1951.
A. W. HARPER,
Clerk, Assistant Court of Appeal

NOTICE \

Re Estate of






























































Branches (Civil & Mechanical) of
the Jamaica Government Railway.

2. Applicants should be able to
design and prepare specifications
for buildings and other Engineer-
ing Works, supervise the actual
construction of minor Engineer-
ing Works, and carry out levelling
and surveying, and should be
qualified and experienced in Me-
chanical Drawing and machine
design and be able to prepare me-
chanical specifications.

3. The salary is in the scale
£795 a year rising by increments
of £25 to £920 a year. The maxi-
mum salary may be offered to a
suitable candidate.

The appointment will be subject
to the passing of the prescribed
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will be on probation
for a period of three years.

4. Applications in writing,
stating qualifications and experi-
ence, should be addressed to the
General Manager, Jamaica Gov-
ernment Railway, and will be re-
ceived up to the 15th of Septem-
ber, 1951.

(Sged.) E. HAMILTON,
Acting General Manager.
18,8.51,—2n.














































































For further information apply te - -
DACOSTA & Cco.. LTD.—Agents

GRAPE-NUTS

That GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION, a corporation organized and existin
under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of Ar ca, whose trade o
business address is 250 Park Avenue, New York, New York, United States o
America, Manufacturers, has applied for the registration of a trade mark In Par

A” of Register in respect of cereal foods, and will be entitled to register the sani
after one month from the 16th day of August 1951, unless some person. shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of suc
registration. The trade mark can be seen on application at my office

Dated this 8th day of August 1961.



Wroe, Steamehin Co:

One.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
NOTICE
PUBLIt SALES FOR RENT Neither the Master nor the Consignees | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC GOVERNMENT NOTICE
of the Motor Vessel “VELVET LADY”
Ten cents per agate line on week-days Minimum charge week 72 cents and| #¢ responsible for any debt or debts con The application of Liovd W holder |
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,’ 96 cents Su™days 24 words —- over 24 racted by the crew during her stay in | of Liquor License Ne of 19 g ted
we ag $1.50 on week-days oe 3 cents a word week—4 cents a| ths Port adders a 00. die Lindsay we ker in respect of a board | UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDI-
an Sundays. D Ss s SRARINEING x : } gavanized shop attached to residence ‘Te ‘'PrRePac ¢ . ?wEeEla© ar ran y r
on Sunday word on Sundays; Fe 6.8.51—8n | at Bay Land, St. Michael for permission | CATE OVERSEAS SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 1952.
in inal ~ er — | to use said Liquor License &« at second All persons desirous of sitting fe the 1952 Carn dgea Scho
REAL ESTATE : Noor of No and ground floor of No iui “4 7 3 : ‘
igang gen . HOUSES BARBADOS TURF CLUB 11 Swan Street, City Certificate Examination and wh follewir
a . ot satre j Dated this i4th day of August 951 o .
AND—SH5 sq. ft. situate at Prince | o:—H. A. TALMA, Esq... : caregeTes
¥ . . } ; D f ALMA, Esq., . ‘
pi evan gee ga oee ee CLIFTON TERRACE—T a PAYMENT OF PRIZES Polics Magistrate, (i) Full time pupils of schcols approved by the Department o
1 a ungalc pol rn d ” an approv: ot. “A* > a a . ‘ } sn didate f "
A. R. BROME, Brittons Hill, Dial 4191. | tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. : Cc. REGINALD WILSON Education as eligible to present schoc F oS
17.8.51—4n a Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All 6d. Consolation, Cash Prizes, a wi aa : Applicant School Certificate Examination;
vodern convenience: a o rie ~ a ba r S - i g i , alre. } oh ertifi ‘ .
That very desirable business premises | oe 38 oe 2 Stand Sweep, Pari Mutuel ered at a Lictntiee "Eoin te oe Rec geen (ii) Candidates who already hold a School Certificate or Junior
kicown as No. 22 Swan Street occupying | ——-——~ EE ES jand Forecast Competition Prizes | police Court, District “A” on Frida School Certificate;
@ corner site and standing on 2520 square| _MARWIN Maxwell Road, from ipt| Will be paid on and from Monday | the 24m de> of August, 1951 at 1) (iii) Unsuecessful entrants fcr the 1950 School Cr ficate Ex
feet of land | September Apply: E. H. Farmer,’ 20th instant. o'elock, a.m eg : 7 , : a
* eae application to the tenant | Andrews Plantation. Phone 95267 Horses and Serial Prizes on H. A. TALMA, ination who have not re-entered in 1951, but who o
tis re ca ber ent eas een oe re _ 16.8 51—4"-| and from Monday 27th instant. Pane ee eee authorisation from thé Syndicate to re-enter in 1952;
| conpetiiton en Friday | Sist August 195) | FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, new! Payment will be from 12.0( (iv) Candidates who will be taking the School Certificate Exam-+
at p.m. a e oO "e 0 7 ‘3 m } y q y ‘ ‘ = - ; 1 :
} CARRINGTON & SEALY 2280, ree ee ee Tt oom wae ~o ination in December 1951, (Such candidates will be alowed
18.8.51—12n — — : ‘i : . “ ” to re take the examination in December 195: they are
LAND FOR SALE t guitare inne clenitens ett is. Be Pen tes ADVERTISE. notified that their perforrnance in the 1951 examination-dees
LAND—Several Spots of Land at] ete. Good se€a-bathing. Available from ’ not qualify them to re-enter in 1952.)
aincwer, noes Bromage 90 Rs 200. | Ist October. Phone 22% (v) Candid te: wt i the ¢ lifyi T hel
| Apply o ra Scott, Magazine 16.8.51—3n v andidates who passed th Jualifyving est held
Lane 18.8.51—2n ee ee ree GOVERNMENT NOTICES 1951 but who are not ta the School Certificate
‘ ~ " — Ls STINGS. edrooms, 3 wit , ~ ~ i 5
Cae a wees Auctioneer of | running water, all ‘modern conveniences WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT LISTS OF ELECTORS tion in December 1951
three Houses at ‘Fontabelle, anaes (tee | Rie oe ie ohana ute hy oe cal PAYMENT OF WATER RATES AS and when the Lists of Elec-{ "st first sit the Qualifying Test to be held on the
; es Jee a emises between p.m. an Consumers vho h , ve ewe a » — as:
all in perfect order and will not be|6 p.m. everyday 5 onsu s Ww ave not yet) tors are she. aceordanc: Forms of entry for the Qualifying Test may be o
wanting repairs for a very long time. | Guitare = . os oe paid water rates in respect of the with ee tee ahr ae dee eee cation to the Department of Education, G rigs r
— particulars see D'Arcy A. Scott SET’,—St. James, belonging to} Quarter ending 30th September, | pegistr: * AGters aoe saa 5 sagt Pa
Magazine Lane. Dial 3743 Ss Ne Mrs C.Worswick, for August and| 1951, are hereby notified that un- egistration of Voter (Genera:] vurned duly completed together with the sum $ a
eat id cack : si es mamaoon a heven less these rates are paid on or Assembly) Act, 1951, a few copies jot the Birth ‘Baptismal Certificate to the Department lathr-t
. - & * : ector: sts ; > . q 1
OR excHARon ~~ ‘ James Street. | before the 31st of August, si,| Soe ee _— ts . b uesday the 2nd October, 1951
>—Ow . 7 ; able for sale ¢ > - .
convenient, Government Hill meen “em ciara tensanennieneenrigsiien a5 2 me = the Department, as authorised by | ing aplenaian Me are erat es | Department of Education,
inently suitable largish family, obliged | THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence. | Scction 46 of the Waterworks Act! wit. rand $30.00 | 9th August, 1951. 18.8,51—-2
Sechange. soaber pire. preferably on | Fully furnished. Dial 8357. 1895-1, may stop the water from | St. Mict i SA # lud Fe | ey omtmen
fea or s cost price. Exceptional and 14751—tfn./flowing into the remises in| > ichael (excluding
Genuine opportunity highly advantage- | —————_____ F : BP nb Bridgetow |
| mg respec *hic - ates ar wn 8.00
ous deal direct private parties or THE GLEN-—St. Lawrer Gap. Apply a spect of which such rates are Christ ve ") 4.00 GS
through responsible Agents. Ring—3395 | Johnson, Hotel St. Lawrence payable, either by cutting off the . urch | = ow
after 3 p.m. daily 11.8.51—12n. | 18.8.51—t.f.n. | pipe to 8 by = ee constituen means as y may » ane SB wee eens = each ae
TO LET ; Individual districts 36 | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA,
> 3 5 ake proceedings to recover any |Individua) districts 4 am : ; : ee
AUCTION | ONE, FURNISHED BEDROOM on. Ses- owe th aoe 8 any Apeiivations should be made to| NEW ZEALAND 1 LIMITED. - !
_——— Sindistalenleceae aiealipetienstig tie | 4796 8553 after 12 o'clock — i retary’s YMce.| S.S. “PORT FAIRY" is scheduled to | THE M.V. “MONEKA”
die a |? 53 after 12 o'cloc Heme 12.8.51—8n./ the Colonial Secretary OMmes 1 ee tbeek dune sicmowen July Wilh accept Ca L Passengers
UNDER THE SILVER | | Mackay July 20th, Brisbane July for Dorinica, gua, Mont
’ . | 3ist, Sydney August 4th, Melbourn errat, Nevis, St ts. Sailing
HAMMER WANTED ar eee ae eee Pee and Registered Nurses | 3's. Ssonty criving at. Trinidad Sep- Friday ih sail
Paty ad j ospital Tra or urse oO aining at the Public Health | tember 8th, and Barbados September THE MV. “CARIB ,
By recommendation of Lioyds Agents | ( 1 F e
: y th 2t j () THE MV “CARIBBER
we Wat ea Sn PRIDAY the 17th 102 | Training Centre in Jamaica, [421n. dition to general cargo thir ||) Will accept Cargo and Passengers {K
18. clock at Ws tollawiie Ware: HELP Applications are invited from Sanitary Inspectors and Registered | vessel has ample space for ehilled and | for Dox ei ee marae
bai pte Fi 4 ee Nurses (Hospital trained) who are willing to be considered for ad- |e eon ee aviad on through Bills ot Friday 24 1
enera raders Li he Bb. | | ORR germane Grenmey See a , a ¥ . . > . rat Trir nc ‘ rue 3 RwooD”
Manning & Co” Lid. Steel Bide: Pick, | COMPANION for middie age lady. | Vanced courses which are expected to last about eleven and ten months | Loding for tanshipment aS Sree ert cant ede cnet Panaeeae |
head fen. meeernana ies in pleasant resi- } respectively at the Public Health Centre in Jamaica. | Selands,* i enada {
8. P. Musson Son & CO. — Bridge | *#tal area. Apply: P.O. Box 143 Applicants should apply in writing before the 20th August] | Fer further particulars apply f t
st Sale 12.30 o'clock Terms CASH. | 17.8,.51—t.f.n pp: ms. 4 pply in riting e ore ne 2 August | FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., \ )
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | MISCELLANEOUS eto the Director of Medical Services, Government Buildings, TRINIDAD, } i
Auctioneers | - The Wharf, and a full curriculum vitae should be included in B.W I sibs { }
16.8.51—3n COW—One Cow fresh in milk, giving | the application. The scholarships for these courses, if approved, pro- DA COSTA & CO. LTD
between 24 and 40 pints per day. Apply: vide: — | BARBADOS,
~ E. Greaves, St. Peter 18.8.51-—2n. s BW.
iat Sti | (a) Free air passage to and from Jamaica.
WANTED TO BUY hetanh re § ij if
rd OLD SEWING MACHINE out of use (b) Subsistence allowance at the rate of $4.80 per night, if .
: 1 HAVE BEEN instructed by the | Good prices d. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn, married, or $2.40 per night, if single.
nsurance Co. to sell by public auct Corner of Fairchild and Probryn Streets. A see i eit cum -« i -
at Messrs. Me Enearney & Co. Ltd. | 21,7.51—9n (c) Travelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14.40 px
Garage on Wednesday next the 22nd | ——— ASNURUN PLANTS ae month,
ugust at 2 o'clock, One 1947 Ford V-8 Al ANT Yonti ‘ies > 1 . i
Gar Sil oni. Gemeons psa ee YOUNG PLANTS not in pots urgently : (da) Contingencies at the rate of $4.80 per month.
ar yea A engine is intact rene wn state Sete eer a 8. The scholarships wilt only be granted on the following con OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
"DARCY A. SCOTT, ————$ RRS
Auctioneer. (a) That the Commissioners of Health agree to pay to the es From Leaves Due
#8 NMENT NOTICE si rbados
4.8.51—4n GOVER' officer, his or her salary while absent on stud) Barbado:
PUBLIC NOTICES | z leave, where the applicant is employed by the Com- | S.S. “ASTRONOMER” New s eh Au ist Aue
{ * . & Glasgow Sth Aug . ‘
-ay missioners, & Glasg : =
s , :S “PRESNO STAR” kites 10th Aug 24th Au
Ten cents per aoate ¥ sce mene st ki mil (b) That the officer selected agrees to enter a bond to con- 2 a at eee Pr phew 18th Aug Ist’ Sept
e line on week-days ; ; - fou o.9, a ue HOTA Tas :
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundaue. tinue in the service of the Commissioners or of some| 5 gs. “SCHOLAR” London 22nd Aug 14th Sept
minbmum ‘charge | $150 on week-days | Application for Post of Draughts- other body or Board in the Island whose function is te] §.S, “SELECTOR” Liverpool 25th Aug Sth Sept
ind $1.80 on Sundays, + Dini eile - —
man-Surveyor administer Public Health. —- et re .
— capt een enpeeni Applications are invited from 4.8.51.—8n. HOMEWARD FOR TA UNITED KINGDOM
PARISH N — qualified persons not over the age | ——————___________ ___ shlong a Closes in
OTI of 45 years, for the pensionable For Barbados
TENDERS (in sealed envelopes marked Ps ¢ 3 ol Vessel 4 cael
“Tender for St, Matthews’ Chapel Root") post of Draughtsman Surveyor in TAKE NOTICE tnd f
will be reveived by the undersigned up | the Combined Engineering S.S. “ADVISER” _ Dendon End. Aug,




H, WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
eae fesse epciatialng nies ieee ai chlabaid NEW YORK SERVICE
ee arena ee SS. TRYA sails 20th July Arrives Barbado Ist Jul 1951
TAKE NOTICE A STEAMER sails 10th August Arrives Barbados 2ist August, 1951
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
3.8, GENERAL ARTIGAS sails 18th July Arrives Barbados » 1951
A STRAMER sails let August Arvives Barbados 14th Au
\ STEAMER sails 15th August Arrives Barbados 28th A wt, 1951
ceeereeeecetag neg RL PN CO CCS CL TE
CANADIAN SERVICE

OUTHBOUND





Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Malifax Arrives Barbado
S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" Aust ard August 6t August 16th
8.8. ALCOA PILGRIM August 24th August September. 6th
CS S. ALCOA PEGASUS Septwwmbar ith Septembe September 20th
33 ty ni NS ee
i At i VORTHBOUND
HAH He S.8. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbados August 10th for St. Lawre
— tiver rt



a ene en ee ee eee





These vessels hav ener vecomodation

3 nh CONTINENTAL FOODS, INC., a corporation organized under the laws o
ne State of Delaware, United States of America, whose trade or business address
is 1500 Hudson Street, Hoboken, New Jersay, United States of America, Manufac
turers, has applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register |
respect of foodstuffs, including soups and ingredients of soups, and will be entitle:
to register the same #fter one month from the 16th day of August 19 unles#



ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

























FRANCIS EDWARD CRAIG some person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my oMfee o7 | |f PEE POSE EES EEE POSSE,
Deceased. opposition of such registration, The trade mark can be seen on application at m | ae % &
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a’) cffice ARTICULOS De ORIENTAL te DO salar : ,
persons having any debt or claim against Dated this 8th day of August 1951, | , SOUVENIRS % THE TURTI I SHOP x
the estate of Francis Edward Craig late Pp OS T H. WILLIAMS. IVORY, % d ui ‘ %
of the parish of Christ Church who died Registrar of Trade Marks | NENS, i¢ ‘ MARINE ROUTE es
in this Island on the 28th day of April 16.8,51—3r |} c., C » : se
1951 are hereby requireé to send par- | —— ‘ ocall and te Men NY
ticulars of their claims duly attested to LLCO COS SSO SOOOCOOOL LLL AAO ; THANI s x Sports Shirt 0 3
the undersigned Mrs. Nita McLean Hur- > | (KASAM Dial 3466 | 14.8. 81-2 %
i Rah eer Se |e omen, ro00s, conn, AVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? < j BB MRRE Aessase
e rs R. § icholis i ~ ati anized and 7 . t } - a 3QG * ttt yt
ar Rochitels Street, Bridgetown, ering hthder tp, lawe ofthe state. of Did you save as much as you anticipated during the past year? » | ee sie wi ght’ ie
Solicitors on or before the fifteenth day | Delaware, United States of America How much have you saved in the past five or ten years? s SES) FS)
Si peo ternten, Jeni Gira Wor Okun? LMree Siem OF PURO SOS ee If your savings plan is bogging down you need a systematic |) ‘ i
ee Aeeoaa, shiang, the parties -eptitied Pilted Mitton ak Aninescatmancioiige : ae eee along the lines of a Sun Life Endowment =» | { Dy: 4
thereto having regard onty to such claims | has applied for the registration of a olicy, : 5 : ))
of which 1 shall then have had notice. | trade mark in Part “A” of Register ir Start saving this sure way to-day. Ne EXPA VDED NM STALL {
and that I will not be liable for the | respect of cereal foods, and will be en ¥ "| 44 4
assets or any part thereof so distributed | titled to register the same after one UN LIFE ASSURANCE 4 . . sae
te any person of whose debt or claim J | month from the 16th day of Head Office Montreal % { We have it In sizes too numerous to mention : i
shall not then have had notice August 1951 unless some person shall ir e: e {
All persons indebted to the said estste | the meantime give notice in duplicate R. ONES & COMPANY LIMITED ¢ . ‘7
ar rmaueria to bile Weir indabtadnem| io ne AY i ade” mare can reRepresmatioes tor Barbosos. |) 7m CENTRAL EMPORIUM |
a a registration he trade ma can el? e es 0 . ¢
ypated th Gin day of July, 1951 i Neer on application at my office. Gabriel Gonsalves, Jnr.,| s ) 1)
(NITA Mc LEAN HARVEY ee, | Dated this 8th day os Angas, i and | Canvassers \ } Streets {
Qualified Executrix of the Estate o' : 5 anh D. L. Crichlow | bs \
Francis Edward Craig charpenet} Registrar of pene a | COLL LOCCOOPONAOOOAN- S )) = BASLE APPLES SAAS EG GLO
ial RN ALL LOD LLP LCCCSC CE LOCC SC VEEP LLPVLCPELAPELLP APPEL ELL ALLADAASLLDALIEEL IA EEE TOE EEE
4466 6 Ft 4 .*
_—_— ~ YY Ye. LEE PEOOPSOPR, ,
eye * % FOR SALE s :
v : f % One G.E.C. Refrigerator, one % ’
ris lan €] i ) & year old, $420.00. One Premier % My
e ¢@ automatic electric kettle, new, 1 ‘
¢ $18.00. One electric clock, $12.00. 1% ‘
va in oom } gf One 1/8 HP. AC. Clectrio $1 % 3
{ * motor, $30.00. To be seen at 1% S
FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS 4 Archville, Upper Clapham, Christ ¥
eye (Broad Street) % Church. ' Apply: H. W. Webster, $f :
Hours: 10 a.m.—2 p.m. & B.M.l..A. Society, tay ame or % % .
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, % 6542 15.8.51—t. fin. YEG ¥
{ 10 a.m, 12 o'clock Saturdays, VOOM ALP OPOPLOOCTEE NY ITH THEIR ‘
At this Room the Bible an i
the Christian Science text-booh ) | :
{ Science and Health with key tc ‘
| % the Scriptures by MARY BAKER NOTICE *
EDDY may be read, borrowed. | x
or purchased . -
4 VISITORS ARE WELCOME A } “ :
SD OO OE NO) HE «= DEMONSTRATION eo ’
OOPS EOP AO OEE SSPE, | PROTEST . .
x 7 i ¥ = -
% (Under the auspices of the RE Let your Children come in and
s Leeward Association of :
BS Cc i y . ‘
ultural Societies) . MIXED FRANCHIS :
g I select some of the following:- :
> ‘
,
% A LECTURE § BILL : 3
1 ; ; ‘
y — will be given by — % ‘ ;
1 as x % } THE SHIP OF ADVENTURE—by Enid Blyton i
& Mr. LIONEL HUTCHINSO? ~ recently enacted by the Leg- x Q
* (Librarian, House of As- % » sere ‘ > % :
‘ ’ islatures of the Government 5 . AIS . : . . . 1 Q
. i 1% CHILDREN’S NEW ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA
we ‘ “Re! i u .
* sembly, Author of “Behind | of South Africa arranged to % 4 . 7 4 or F
% The Mace”). + | 5 miter t :
‘4 > take place on Saturday, 18th ‘ Be 7
* sat ON oe Sie dneust, bythe S. GIMLET BORES IN—by Captain W. E. Johns ;
% SIR CONRAD REEVES, Kt., % | ah
% ~ vw
. At the SPEIGHTSTOWN ¥) . ; : ‘
% LIBRARY x BARBADOS WW UEenee % THE WESTOW TALISMAN—by Percy P. Westerman
¥ — on x UNION x eZ
*. a ¥. % os -,
%, : , > v -
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i% MOND ? 8 ap om x has been postponed until % ae ae 3
% y ‘
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$ you ARE coRDIALLY §|{} SATURDAY, 25th August, {}) § ‘T WERY STORE: °:
8 INVITED ! x |} N 1% ‘
x 17.8.51—3n. $11 at 1.30 p.m i %
: 1}
of $4,666.66 Ot * y a, $4904 CCPL LO LLL LLY IPL LP LOLOL POEL SP OETA
CPF SPE EO OOOO ORO TET TEE Fe or -






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BARBADOS



ADVOCATE



England Collapse For 194 Runs—
Compton Hits 73:

Melle Takes 4 Wkts See Nymphs

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, August 17.

Honours continue to rest fairly evenly between England

and South Africa in the fin

fighting innings by Dennis Compton, England today man- yesterday afternoon. This was the
aged to scramble to within eight runs of South Africa's first ®"4! match in the ladies Knock-

al Test. As a result of a grand

innings total of 202. And but for a misunderstanding be-
tween Compton and Watson at 128 which resulted in Watson
being run out when well set, England might have secured

a substantial lead.

WI Cricketers
Enjoy Play
In League

Weekes 103, Worrell 146,
Waleott 82, Marshall 51

August 4
Clyde Walcott, reporting on
ue Matches and West Indies
XI vs. Northwich fixtures writes
Everton Weekes was again it
brilliant batting form, scoring 103
not out against Ramsbottom. The
latter batted first and were dis-
missed for 121 runs, Bacup had
difficulty in getting the runs #s
Everton Weekes took most of te
bowling after Bacup lost two ear!y
wickets. They finished with 125
for 2 wickets and Everton’s cen-
tury was made in 75 minutes.



Lowerhouse were at home to
Burnley when they won the
and decided to bat first on an easy
paced wicket. They scored 189 for
9 wickets declared, giving Burniey
145 minutes to get the runs.

Roy Marshall 51

Roy Marshall found some of his
old time form and defied the
Burnley bowlers. He scored: 51 in
70 minutes before being lbw to
Pepper. By the close of play Burn-
ley lost 6 yvickets for 146 runs.
Roy Marshall captured 4 wickets
for 52 runs including the wicket
of Bruce Pairaudeau for 12 runs.

There was a tense finish at Dill
Hall Lane when Enfield were ai
home to Church, The latter won
the toss and put Enfield to bat on
an easy paced wicket, Walcott and
Topham opened the innings, and
in Hartley’s first over Topham was
out to #- brilliant return catch
Enfield. Jost two other wickets
with the score at 30, but Haworth
and Walcott together and
carried the score wel) past the
century mgrk before Wulcott wa
bowled by Edmundson for 82. En-
field declared at 187 for 8 wicket
soon after Haworth was caught on
the boundary for 79. Church went
after the runs and at the close
of play they were 180 for 8 wkt
F. Houlker captured 4 wickets for
30 runs in 8 overs,

Worrell 146
Frank Worrell, Radelitfe’s West
Indian professional, with 146 not
out, scored in 113 minutes against
Walsden, was the star of the Cen-

toss

came

tral Lancashire League. He hit
22 “fours” and has now scored

1,342 runs this season.
Peter Wight of British Guiana

turned out for Walsden and scored
"9
‘

West Indian day at Radcliffe, fo:
the three scored 273 runs between
them.
Ramadhin 6 Wickets

Another happy West Indian was
Sonny Ramadhin who had 6 wick-
ets for 37 runs against Heywood
Sonny is now joint leader in the}
race for 100 wickets with
10 runs each,

85 at
Ken Rickards playing for |



wen was also among the runs,
scoring 52 against Read,

The West Indies XI enjoyed
themselves at Northwich in a run
revel against the local club. Bat-
ting for two and a half hours the
West Indies declared at 350 for 2
wickets, Peter Wight who opened
the innings scored 102 retireci,
Everton Weekes was caught on the
boundary for 100, J. K. Holt re-
tired at 58, Walcott was 40 not out
and Ramadhin scored 33. North-
wich were all out for 131 due to



accurate bowling by Ramadhin
and Martindale. Ramadhin took
4 wickets, Martindale 3, Brewster
2 and Marshall 1.

The West Indies XI play at
Leigh next Sunday against the

local team.



WILES WINS

In the Men’s Singles, finals of
the Summerhayes Tennis Tour-
nament, D. W. Wiles beat V. H.
Chenery 6—2; 6—4.

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As it is, South Africa have lost
three second innings wickets in
advancing their score by 68 and
so the position is still extremely
open.

Compton who was last out gave

a fine display during a stay
lasting three and three quarter
hours. But after the departure of

Watson he could find no one to
slay with him long enough and
when Melle came on with the
new ball at 173 for six he quickly
finished off the innings, taking
the wickets of Bedser and Bren-
nan in one over to secure the
amazing analysis of four for nine,

Early morning rain wihich
caused one hold up of 15 minutes
shortly after the start handicap-
ped the South African bowlers to
commence with, but Chubb got

_ through a great spell of 27 .con-

secutive overs during which he
took two wickets and England
were unable to gain any advan-
tage.

When South Africa batted
second time the wicket began to
take spin again as it dried out.

Bedser struck an early blow by

getting Endean l.b.w. at 15. Laker
who did so well in the first
innings followed up by taking

the wickets of Van Ryneveld and
Nourse, leaving Cheetham and
the watchful Eric Rowan to play
out time and carry on the strug-

gle tomorrow riorning. .

Starfish Beat | Wi ndwa rs < Tiss b

island Beat Navy

Starfish beat Sea Nymphs
three goals to two in their water
polo match at the Aquatie Club

Windward Islands defeate
Guiana by six goals to one

out competition. Starfish have
therefore won both the league and
K.O. Cups and these will be pre-
sented to their captain Frieda
Carmichael at the end of the sea-
son. Another large crowd saw yes-
terday’s games, 2
The Starfish goals were scored
by Phyllis Chandler and Dorothy
Warren. Phyllis Chandler netted Islands team is a well balancee
two and Dorothy Warren one. For 9. Both right winger Augus‘c
Sea Nymphs Betty Williams and ®94 left winger Elwin gave gooc
Pat Mahon scored one each, perfermances. Auguste especially,
The other game of the after- took some accurate shots and was
noon was between an island seven responsible for nearly all the
and a team from H.M.S, Bigbury 8°ls.
Bay. Barbados won eight—one Windward Islands custodian
For Barbados, Geoffrey Jordan Riviera saved extremely well He
scored three goals, Billy an ‘Cllected many good shots which
Frankie Manning two each an} Were taken by the Queen’s Col-
Malcolm Browne one, Navy's lone J€8@ forwards.. Pull backs Baird
goal was sent in by J. C. Woodrow, “"4 Sandy were always well
The Starfish-Sea Nymphs game. positioned to ward off attacks.
although it was inclined to be Skipper “Bud” Lee, who played
muddled w nevertheless very the left wing for Queen

of the game. Their centre-fc

positioned himself.
On the whole the Windwurd



on

exciting. Sea Nymphs were the College, was about the most out-
first to score, Betty Williams Standing for his team. He cen-
playing an aggressive game tred beautifully when ever he
throughout sent her team out in W@S given a pass. Bacchus at

iront when she scored mid-way Centre forward for Queen's Col-
through the first half, Starfish lege, was not outstanding in that
fought back and just before half position and along with the two

» Ume Phyllis Chandler equalised, !"Side, many opportunities which

Soon after resumption of play looked like certain goals were
Shyllis Chandler again scored and thrown away.

three-quarters way through the . Franklyn scored four goals for
second half Dorothy Warren sent Windward Islands, The other
in the third goal for Starfish, Sea 'W° goals were sent in by Auguste
Nymphs however did not give up and Warrington. The lone goal
hope and near the end of play for Queen’s College was netted by
Pat Mahon received a good pass F- N. Lee.

and scored with a quick forcing The game began with Wind-
shot from out on the left wing. ward Islands defending the
Starfish had the better of the re- northern goal. After only a few
naining few minutes of play but minutes play Auguste ran down

Scores they could not increase their lead, the wing and centred, Franklyn

SOUTH AFRICA’S Ist Innings or who was running in, took # one

ENGLAND'S Ist Innings : SECOND GAME time shot which completely beat

L. Hutton 1.b.w., Athol Rowan .... 28 Gibbons, the Queen’s College
F. Lowson ec Endean b Melle 28 H.M.S. Bigbury Bay put up a custodian.

Ba Pia neae uA ee a game performance against the Windward (dslands got their

io. Wate riko ae 31 sarbados team, It was one of the second goal after Referee Coppin

Fr Brown c Van Ryneveld b A Strongest Naval teams to have awarded them a free kick inside

oP ig dare 1 visited here in several years. All the penalty area. After the kick

D Shackleton ‘c Van Ryneveld b their players were good swimmers, Was taken Warrington got hold

Melle
A. Bedser c Bndean b Melle
D Brennan 1|.b.w Melle
R. Tattersall not out
Extras

acons

Total 194

BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R Ww

MeCarthy i7 0 45
Metle 10 5 9
a Rowan 27 9 44 2

Chubb 20 5 10 2
Van Ryneveld 3 0 20 0
SOUTH AFRICA'’S @nd Innings
Eric Rowan not out 36
W. R. Endean |.b.w. Bedser 7
Cc. B. Van Ryneveld lbw Laker 5
A. D. Nourse b Laker 4
J. E, Cheetham not out 7

Extras eehese 9
Total ( for 3 wkts.) ...... 68
ROWLING ANALYSIS

oO M R Ww

Redser MW 3 21
Shackleton 6 2 6 0
Brown 6 2 6 0
Laker : ae 4 26 Zz



Crickel Games
Resume To-day

After a break of two Saturday
due to the races, the cricket
season resumes its normal course

2. Ellis Achong also passed the,
half century mark. It was an ce



ae é

There are four first Division
fixtures as follows :
Wanderers vs, Spartan at

Bay.

the
Y.M.P.C. at Bank
Hall,

Cariton vs. Police at Carlton.
Pickwick vs. Combérmere at
Kensington.

'

This will be the final day’s
play in the third series of senior
.zames, and at the Bay, Wander-
‘ers have already secured 4g first
finnings lead. They scored 156
in reply to Spartan 123 and Spar-
tan will open their second innings

ee

Empire is in a good position
‘to force a win against Y.M.P.C.
{:Â¥.M.P.C, scored 81 and Empire
| declared their first innings closed
} when they had scored 98 for the
In their
have

second
lost six

innings Y.M.P.C,

Finn of 5 wkts.
wickets for 45 runs

4 Police made 85 in their first
F-innings to lead Carlton by 12 and
\,in their second venture Carlton

} are 33 for the loss of 2 wickets.

At the Oval, Pickwick are 110
for the loss of 3 wickets in answer
to Combermere’s 165, The home
side might have to be content
with a first innings lead.




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WHEN WE WANTED
HIM THAT HOT DAY
LAST WEEK, HE

They could handle the ball well cf the ball and pushed it out of
and their passing was accurate. the reaches of Gibbons. Windward
The Barvados team however, Islands 2; Queen’s College 0.
right in the middle of their season, s a
Third Goal

ht ein all on tip top condition.

They kept up a continuous bom- ‘ ‘ . ir
bardment of Mavy’s goal through- cote ees Se ee a
out the match, and several times similar to that which was re-
Navy’s goalkeeper brought off cponsible for the first goal.
some good saves. Pressure from Auguste, on the right wing,
the Barbados team, especially in yeeeived a pass. He centred right
the first half, was very strong and away and Franklyn made no
six of the eight goals were scored ynistake,

during this half, The Queen’s College forwards

The Referee was Mr. B. Patter- went into the attack. Their
son, efforts were rewarded when R, N,

The teams were:— Lee, at inside left, netted from

Starfish: P, Lawrence, D. War- close range. Windward Islands
ren, F, Carmichael (Capt). Jan- 3: Queen's College 1. Half time
ice Chandler, P, Chandler, C. Mac- found the score unchanged,
Kinnon and J. Hill. The second half resumed with

the Queen's College team attack-
Bud Lee ran down the left
but his inside

Sea Nymphs: A. Eckstein !
(Capt). M. Knight, T. Browne, B. !"8-

d Queen's College of British
when the secon? football game

Queens Six—One :
|

Old Ground at Harrison College yesterday evening.
Throughout the game the Windward Islands had the edge.
They, sent in the first three goals in the first fifteen minutes

wward Franklyn was excellent

and made use of nearly every opportunity given him. He
did not only depend on passes but fought for the ball and

Branker, Owen G. Lee,
Phillips. R. N. Lee,
Lee, Capt., Chan and

teferee

Bishop,
Bacchus, W
M. Moore
Mr. O. S. Coppin

Beat The Navy

COMBERMERE SCHOOL de-
feated a team from the H.M.S
Bigbury Bay by 82 runs in a
cricket match at Combermere on}

Combermere |

Thursday. Combermere — scored
140 for the loss of six wickets,|
declared, and bowled out the}

ship’s team for 58 runs. |

L. E. Licorish, Combermere’s
opening bat had an enterprising}
stay at the wicket scoring 54 not

out. The other batsman to bat
well was Mr. R. Hughes who scor-
ed 55.

Harvey from the Ship’s team

took four out of the six Comber-/}
mere’s wickets for 39 runs. Bowl

ing (for Combermere, L- Brath-
waite secured four wickets for 19
runs and Wilkinson and Maycock
two each for five and three runs;
respectively. |

—$————

WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Victorian Exhibition at the Bar-
bados Museum | a.m, to 6 p.m,
Cricket—Windward Islands vs

&® British Guiana . 12 noon
“Rifle shooting at the Government
- Rifle Range lpm

!Tannual Field Day at Golf Club
!pm

The third series of First Divi-
sion and Intermediate Cricket will
end at the various grounds today
The fifth series of Second Divi-
sion games will begin to-day.
Following are the matehe;s:





FIRST DIVISION
Wanderers vs, Spartan Bay
Empire vs, ¥ rf Bank Hall
Carlton vs. Pollee Carlton

awick vs. Combermere Oval
INTERMEDIATE DIVISION

Cable & Wirless vs. Empire—
Boarded Hall.

Mental Hospital vs, Pickwick—
Black Rock.

Regiment vs Empire—Garrison,
Windward vs. Pickwick — Congo

Road.

SECOND DIVISION

YMPC. ys, Carlton — Beckles
Road.

Foundation vs. Pickwick—Pound-
ation,

Leeward vs.

Central vs.

Combermere vs.
mere,

Empire—Poster's,
Police—Vaucluse,

College —Comber-

CINEMAS

Aquatic Clubs “One Woman's

Story’ 8.20 pom

Plaza (Bridgetown):— “Let's
Dancee’ 145 & 880 pm
“Boo of Lonely Valley” and
“Cheyenne Round Up" at &.20
am and |W pm,

Empire:— ‘The Jack Pot" 9 am,
445 and & 40 p.m,

Olympie:—"‘Adventures of Captain
Marvel” 4.45 and 8 15 pom

Williams, R. Vidmer, J. Eckstein Wing and centred
and P. Mahon. forwards failed to score.
H.M.S. Bisbury Bay. P. F. Franklyn sent im the fourth’

Harding, H. G. Kay, S. Willis, Mr. goal for Windward Islands a few
F. Willis (Capt). P, Jackson, A.jminutes later. It was a wel)
Thomas and J. C. Woodroof. piaced shot in the left corner oi

Barbados: A. Weatherhead,|the goal. Auguste then scored
(Capt.) T. Yearwood, C, Evelyn, F.|the fifth goal after the ball was



Manning, B. Manning, G. Jordan}sent across the field by one of
and M. Browne. the half backs. He completely
beat Gibbons with a hagd onc
time shot. About five minut

before the blow off Elwin sent in
the sixth goal for his team.

The teams were as follows:

Tonight’s Matches

THERE will be two water :

Windward Islands: Riviera,

polo _matches tonight at the Baird, Sandy. Drakes, McIntyre,

Aquatic Club, These matches are | Gapt.’ Anderson, Auguste, Frank-

in preparation for the forthcoming lyn Moore Warrington and

visit of two teams of the Barba-| piwin, X

dos Water Polo Association to} Queen's College: Gibbons

Trinidad next month, These .

matches will be played by flood- LOPE RII FTG

light dance follows the
games.
The first game a ladies match
begins at 8.30 o'clock,
This will be followed
men’s game.

The teams are:—

Ladies Team “A”. A. Eckstein,
F. Carmichael, D. Warren, M
Knight, J. Hill, M. Taylor and P.
Fitzpatrick.

Ladies Team “B". B. Hunte, D.
Johnson, J. Gale, T. Browne, P
Chandler, P. Pitcher, and Jean
Chandler.

and a

by a

6, 7, 8

yl, 1’, 2, 3’

“POILITE” FLEXIBL

Men’s Team “A”. A. Weather
head, H. Weatherhead, T. Year-
wood, F. Manning, O. Johnson
N. Portillo and B. Manning.

Men’s Team “B”. P. Foster C
Evelyn, B. Patterson, G. McLean

“EVERITE”

D. Bannister, K. Ince, and CG
Foster,
Referee Mr. Peter Pattersoâ„¢

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Rainfall: .21 in.
Total Rainfall fer month up

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Highest Temperature: 86.5°F
Lowest Temperature; 76.5°F.
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SATIKI\Y AUGC8T is, m\ BARBADOS ADYtKVATE 1'AXr THKEE Make sure you ask for Sloan's Linmwnt —apply it to your rheumatism—thenpains and You cannot jet anything better for /our funicular pain, than Sloan*. Liniment Simply apply it lightly don't rub —and relief is quick and cert n A toet ran mi 'Ktu'i or M uos omi •( %  !! SLOANS Liniment U.K. Labour Party Gets Ready To Go To Polls RUSSIA WILL NOT SUCCEED -TRUMAN U.S. Iniftorls Lvnn Rum from Jamaira 25 INDONESIA* COMMUNISTS ARRESTED WASHINGTON "Aug 16 Truman Inld a pre*.* %  !. i. he does not believe Russia could succeed in any effort to block the Japanese peace treaty in San Francisco next month Truman also announced that defence parts \vhich thi US. will sign with (he Philippines. Japan. Zealand will fcv *" %  % % % %  *" "i "iv PaciAc what according to the latest ParUiawiittnr opinion Only one % ?S. A """" p '"'' do "' '" man. the Prime Minister Clement Attlee can call a general %  and DC WIM-IV declined to reveal his plans. Indications point to an election m late October, or earlv November, or failini! that next Mav. One Labour Party By DONALD MACKAV LONDON, AuKUst 17 Hi Ham's crippled Labour Party is wheel guru Australia and N lor the general election itself, late trim lall or next Mav S CW B !" ln "> %  ... source luggetted -:t all dependi on how ilunss look at the annual labour Fartv conferences at Scanorough,. aily n Ortubcr If things look bright for the party, then the} may coll a general election, late this fall. Labour Pert* fortunes Just now and 39 1 said Labour, compared are far from bncht. With the wnh 41 K in June overall Parliamentary ii u t Indeterminate facton In %  rnajorlt, „, „,. wh „.„ B roduc.-. British election are Urea. |r %  iZ V, .'"" "V" '?""''"•" Bovenber, mo pollster, gave I S n ""' """'"'•' %  l,v Conservative, a lead of 10 oolnls. %  > II,,,'!,,. ?!" I_ .uul Labourites squeezed into officiant Conservative pupu,„ ,|„February 1950 J The thrc.1 of „e. Anan'"'SiT, N1W ViillK. AUK. It i a lasnorti --I rum from ill countries inowed a might decline m miin %  ,., )9KI ,, compared with IMO, alihoo. there was a sliyht inn"rdtni; to a report mi import toiulillons by Mi. Marry I.HUIIIvnre presldt-nl M National Association ul AlroholuBeverafa Important. %  Thr deeune tlreiy in the fitneiren ruma," be report.. -The total quantity inVOIVI it (or these foreign run ratauveb nnall Opinion li thai i '"> memben of Parl 1. He would "be" most happy to m It".'I'"' ""'" ,""' "V" "' talk with Andrei Oromrke, SSff e !SL2lff i trade, althouifii Jamaica run' ill itilllll.... %  United State-, because of it* special uses perfectly willing to The g*" (^„„i M.^a^i.... Puerto Riean run the United Stateovei the past Truman lold reporters: — gajMral Cfal crisis, due to defiL. Britain's balance of pa>: 4 Party splitting. w i'h the lcflwing rebellion led bv An.urm nev.in. (.rowiny Pressure Under the constitution. UH IlrlUsh labour Government, which squeezed Unk into power with %  seven man majority in February 18*0 has three and a half more years in office. ii m in*; for an early general election however, and even many labour supporters are -tiggesting the election as detench indeterminate inim.. hief of thr Soviet cMvfatlon to the conference before the San Francisco meeting if Oronivko so dram, 2. He have General Mac Art hut speak to the peace •DM mi iv ..ri.iin MarArthur would mnkr address If Invited State Department Thi Pre-iflent however -aid he did not know whether MacArthur will be invited It Is understood, however, that John Foster Bulle* Special An,SSBSi baasador who handled treaty negotiations, asked MacArthu two years, baa benefited the Puerto s ^ ^ 5!f ,l J-'* 1 1 JAKARTA. Au; 16 BV alleged t'ommuncrnmeni in .1 move (0 1 attempted Red uptialrui on IndnBBVWTO* 1 I %  1 two bg* ranking MmMt\ ol 1-abour offtials. live adHon of daily news. and u; left-wlnf %  %  ports and lettert 1 if pll CornitWUuil toiip tiitat throuirhiMit 1 il the m restl wenin IIIM with the reeet.t npriaonmenl <>t Red) In Mad Russia >\ illiiijU To Frhko V Dfed a> Fraan wir I 0 "f the airl.f* ihe Berlin Hd UH A Met attempt to node-inimthe Marsh.ill ITnn hv CmmimM inspired Biaaa itiikaa In Franca and Italj anllaDBad lam mlnouabj The yaanala in 1948 created a large c 1, LB IK I Dalk.111 fnnil Moscow was ntit eve': when aha attagBBtad to axtand b 1 uitluetice by force of :irmv War PI • rpaaoa niied with tha %  expulsion or the <\tmn war In Korea .iv !. aiaaad b) tha 1 with eimimous lotvees tn ConUTVU' I.P. Ricnn rumIndustry considacablv. ,^_ the report continues In the first in four months of this yaaj U s laaporta. of Pneiio Ricao rums six Unies as great as in the iped j buildl: Parti i" addngtrV .Htl to prevani s.ihotage on Inpeieds-noe Day ce-iei.raikraa.— U.P. HARBOUR LOG In Corliile Bay .children 'EM AX eweiy day 01 ndn, fluftgi. 0 they're bound to benefit.: %  %  %  'liu^f. -,':;! eMSkh k>..,.tr ntM n I o • %  '/wvrr v.'.*.*,'.'.*******,'.'*:*.'.;'.*.:'.:-. -,-,•.*.*. ',*, -,•, *, n Korea would undoubted,(, nd. but that MacArthur refused lv boosi Labour's support SENATF. COMMITTEE WILL NOT REPORT ON MACARTHUR INQUIRY WASHINGTON, August 17. The United States Senate Mae Arthur Enquiry Committee voted 20 to 3 today agamst making any Truman said the Philippine liovernment definitely will participate in the San Francisco conference and .sign the JapanCM Itj His statement rame shortly after the United Slates and the PuUpptna Oovaramaola announccd acrcement on a tiew mu1 '.P. "A it'UL lap made in rebuilding consunv 1 Puerto Ru-an rum and 11 the import-nt market for thai pro-f duct winch existed as early .is; t LAUNDRY WORKERS RE-EMPLOYED HMO and because of the last i-hieh destroyed report baa Scnati oq rfa Two Die Suddenly (.LADSTON HAYlfBS a 53two months ^me^ -Seur VSS ^S ?'**"* """*' ^S."^ 1-old labou lied suddenl il Hospital about after he w the samr elif PORT-Or-8PA1M of eei-taJr, aventa during n M ":' •* M"" mpyaaa M th. w; r • %  TrtnMad Ba u. apt* Mm ,10 >inke IMP anaaki aflDaran • tn ployed b) %  %  teraaj OMN rilnj v^ baa the asastt %  nod 1 in plant w p] F-l % %  thai %  %  p> loglaad in thr lanaasju Mnil m ieinr iMaiai %  1 Mined their for employment I %  .< %  iiiiiltHW ill Not .ield To Peru —PRESIDENT PLAZA at the QUITO. Aug. .. President Oalo Plaza addrewaiik 7 L*ll a.m. I5.UO0 Ecuadoreans last nigt>t fol I admitted lowing another patriotic ctvtUai lay. parade In demonstration ol „. m,n,l-,.e. ^^"f %  >, '-"^porters that tha majority feeling A port mortem examinalion port for Government in th. r -r!!?Py m _, was that any report at thi.s lime was performed by Dr. E L. Ward Ecuador-Peru larder .lis,, u t, *J?\ ne? Iir^ 1 ^ P wdom,n ondismtsaal of Oeneral Douglas and an inquiry la to be held besaid: "I swear that for good 0 '"' 1 -'' mwrviitivc haw Mia I y A| !: .., u ,, li; ., „, u r U( ., |tj n ,\ T.,ln:., III, foi triumph 01 delc.it .. %  .... Z!£?tu a *L cl ^"'r" '" ,rl J the bin.-, ...mroveisy at a critics' Anothei peat aaartem exammanwch united th. Oovornmcnl even the somewhat U^tlst weekly period in th. Korean noaie tion was performed by 1>. A S and the people. The Kronoaasst. and th, Uheral Qte -vreaai it c ^ vort ^ loy a> ^ nuU „„,,,,., Several times dui ing th. Noara Chronicle have joined the He .ld that the decision of Mason Hall Street who was ad. President P CeBaarvatlVO chorua The Keono: (1( iiinst a formal report wag tnudo milted to the General Boepltal OH • said recently, "this country ,,„ th* motion of Senator Levelt Thursday night about 8.15 o'clock Tha company will take on addi tionai wortteis aa condlU anna] The nu.nagi aneni it will take %  is now caught up in n new p4'rioi SaJtomUU a (Republican frOm of greater economic stringency. Massachusetts). Hut it It will drift before Uw fgaMHllg elded to let Indivldua] members -vtorm, unless flm, policies, po sill| p a Ktatement Utejtff viean ble only for a strong goveniment to be included in th haaruig whatever iti Party enmpn Lrlumph over anuthe: more prepared, but when nicnt comes Ecuador will not yield to Peru until the last of her men." The President was interrupted by appl. The parade which started at 6.SO p.m. and ended at 8 p.m was orderly. An Ecuador message to Ua Peruvian Government aa %  n tha %  1 An %  1 aiare plainly, even thar to appeal 'o the cl< Ptihlic Opinion The Most reliable poll of public opinion announced %  : News Chranielr gave the I rent lead. Asked who they would VON(OJ j' feneral alectUsaa were held Dorps, Foreign Minister"Jeroriii.i. the pieince of foreign troopa hi "Guayaquil police und ... tomorrow, 49 3. said Conservaliemorino spoke at the aarvtcasl any country conslilute* a threal age was done but Peru had prolive compared with 48 % o, June t jp. ,„ wor ; d pence. — IP for the buudor in l.tm, rnreign ( ho Foreign AfTai funeral services for Chinese Itoops in Japan. said that those i-'; %  inbassador Chen Egypt ha* demanded the evncunbeen puni.'iheit Chleh held here on Friday Chieh tion of British troops from the The attack .. De.m of the Diplomatic Sue? Canal Zone and asserts thai daj_s ago Somebody has to be first!. Vou have only to taste it to know why Black & White keeps growing in popularity. Blended in the special Black & White way it is a Scotch that is a joy to drink at all times and for all occasions. BLACK&WHITE' SCOTCH WHISKY '?//( Seetefil in tne Bffttf/itiq a*n."-i iMrU,,.|Ce.r|iyi Stowh W'-.il, Dollsv. hmm twa--i a Ca. Lul JAMES BUCHANAN CO. LTD., GLASGOW, SCOTLAND SIM0NDS MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402



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I'M.I 1(11 K 11 \RBAIMIS ADVOCATE SATIRIMV. All.l'l I BARBADOS mm t inn < hiii H BrUatMa -On ilia • T;I nhirli i IMI.MI niili %  -Ii nil % %  milvol.li. r v liilnii Is Salurdai. Auiiii-l I". Il MARKETS THE Sanitary CommtnioiMn of Si. nd nine In ur week! tttg Mtablishment of u market are h a wkera would sell fruit and vege%  and so mMM tineoBflsUoil and ..: \ conditions created in some of month the Commissioners eonsidUkd approved of a scheme to convert Temple Yard Into a temporary market and rovkte shelter for such hawkers as • he compelled to go there. At that the Director of Highways & Transport, the Commissioner of Police. the Director ol Medical Sarvieea and the Colonial Bngineei were present and expresses i Thii aad two letters from the DtKCtOt or Highways and Transport and the Commissioner of Police Ooni for the establishment of a market In the Cumberland Square # The Cumberland Square which was originally ail ornamental garden is now used as a parking space for the i about 16 or 20) plying between St. Michael. St. James. St. Peter St. Thomas and St. Lucy. The other portion of the Garden is used as a parking lot for private cars and has the advantage of being the only one of its kind with enough shade from the sun. The only thing to recommend it as a market is that it is only 20 yards away from the Temple Yard which it was decidHHlld make a good temporary market. If the Cumberland Garden is converted into a market it will mean that these 16 'buses and about 60 private cars will have to seek other accommodation already sadly lacking in Bridgetown. It can hardly be conceived that the parking lot for 16 buses each with a capacity of at least 30 passengers should lose its priority to a vegetable market. Bui it toil suggestion fails OH its merits. that for the return to the public market was enough to take one's breath away. Hawkers who .sold fruit, vegetables, provision .mi! %  nything else were allowed, te the provisions of the law to the contrary, to squat in the alleys and on the pavements because the heat generated in the Public Market was such as would endanger the health ol any normal human being within a short [verlod. It will be remembered that the hawkers were not provided with tables or benches and so had to* squat on the cement with their fruit and vegetables while a merciless lu.il. enerated by the sun's rays concentrated through panes of glass let into the galvanised sheeting, dried all the moisture from the fruit and vegetables and sapped the energy ol the sellers. It is true that a few million gallons of rum stored in the market and a cooperage just a few yards away creates a tire hazard good enough to wipe out Bridgetown; but the remedy m this is to remove the cooperage or the ruin. That market 20 years ago was Unproved by luiuls from the United Kingdom and 14.000 of local Government money and its sale as a warehouse to some merchant would provide money for the satabUriunent of a proper bond elsewhere. All these discussions and counter suggestions show a willingness to tinker with the question oi mark.ts. Mr. Mottley made it clear when his motion was discussed for the conversion of Temple Yard that this was not intended as a substitute for the inal proposal for the establishment of ket In Tudor Stoat It is a problem which will have to be I and the sooner the better. Markets must be established where they oiler the nvanience to people whom Ihaft art Intended to serve. Just as the Public Market was established because it was the centre ol the residential area of Swan Street and MUk Market where peopla I over then shops and the Fonlabelle so district markets will have to be supplied as me residential areas spread out. It is useless to tinker with the problem. And The Year Of The M>.\. ML II I Unroll tho map of us You will need It, it you are going to follow, wherever it R Churchill'* greatest thrill, i VOL IV. MIL -.KOMI woiii. WAR.it uiii lead v u. In raei to ih, ends of the earth. Dry opens in New Yaw 1942. Behind u* lie ths Norway, Dssunrs Dsl i Oreo and Crete Psarl Hal ' • Hongkong hai and it's nearly all over %  %  Malaya. You sad with the Msrlni MiZe Madagascar, raid with the Commandos at B) t&S C.nadians Ml Dieppe. With Churchill you meel %  swim. Moloun Ifai .naii. i". %  •%  itandi'. KT Darlan trinnon.'s and artal ai tin .m render of Singapore (80.000 ol war. and the overnight (all of Tobtuk. His }oy at uirt Sulingrad There are at least three tough utT with Mr. Curun '%  i ol Australia pretty oonUnuous rough stuff r?ii Uncle Joe. Through it all the ship drives forward, with the Old Man on the bridge, wrestling the gale BDd m ii And then, L-omes out. Singapore By January 1W2. the Japanese were pressing hard on Johore. the last Slate on the mainland of Malaya. The dosperott Baltic 1.1 uw itivcrs was draining away Dill loiwatu lighting htrengtn. Bvea Singapore itself was not properly prepared for selge. and .Viir.lnii, Inuisclf, generously lakes far more i: .fie blame. II-cbltd Mr. Alt** WaaaJnatoni "if the Iftalaj pen* lasula has been starved rat las eake of i-ioya and Russia, Do one u more resapnalUe than I six weeks later Oensrsl Psretval -without water, food, or ammunition-capitulated in Singapore. Be, in North Africa the si called RonuneJ bad gut among the buds In tho Benghazi Bulge, and Us once more wo were in 11 U boats Still graver matters were at hand. Hitler's U bout Heel wanot yet al the peak •>' its coniruclion or destruction By February, It i nn 301) submarines, and was • inking 400,000 Ions of Allird shipping every month (the sinkings rose to nearly double this figure) Hitler came nearer than the Ks!s*l V throttling the life out of Una idand. And m the East? So far, the J.tpune i' had seized an empire there by never letting their troop" or ships pas* beyond the umbrella of their aircraft, either shore or carrier-based. They planned to make Midway a second Pearl Harbour. So it turned out to be—for the Japanese. The American bombers sank the four enemy Bool I UTi> SfB, and broke for keeps the offensive sea-air power of Japan .ii trie K..i E i i Germany continued to challenge our own in the West IB) II.WK imi N) net the % %  > m t wan wniie are In %  to sea. and the A. tn Aflit.i H/aR IIFldei inli^I,nit attack in y important when %  i own, round Iba Cape, aths Hut to reinfoice ihe devoted garrison ess for long a venturesome affair. atunnanafc was comparable. The figures starkly show what Mr. Churchill colourfully tell ,i tale of merchantman heroism. of Convoy P.Q.17. which sailed frees Icetand to ArchavNaal on JOBS H iW4^. Churchill writes: %  %  %  : %  ] %  >. . I IBd t; bold.Of the 34 ships, 23 wcie tank One of the most melancholy naval episodes of the war." Alamein The Second Front — which S'..ilin never COS "I |fl .i |j I I tarn AJllee — layed in favour of the plan to I.ike the entire North %  hore Winston era this plan was the best, both West and East—for he bad think "f our tenuous life Arabia and Persia to India. At Alamein, in Octol gomery %  -re: "Togethei we will all ihe MX out of North \fnca." he said, and did With B IhOUSSnd gum-. he blasted a hole %  % %  rough. In thn 1 advanced 1,500 :. inpnral. %  1 AiiKlo-A" inj from the West, ihe A HI Africa. i :. %  %  ,..ght our i 'Imeti." Tragedy : Churchill, visiting the Whin House, hears suddenly and utterl> %  t tendered, with 25,00c men He the cs AH RoooavaH say;, i How can I help?" And nobly he helps Hera M Farce, and bedroom %  '. %  from end tn end. prods the bod Itself toi %  %  bedside. He mutt have thought he was at norm. : e trtbuU e ooUeasuaa, both to oln Id politi!>averrrook and Eden. AtttOI A thoughtful :-. n i r eromsi will wan! lo read ihla bOOfc• "The Hi'ipe or FUN .S, World War. fi /V (Cossel 25*. ). 'i imiii'j;*' is \l;ui IF it happened -Cl.>ir,hil1 knew about it. Anything t' .it aflecU-d the life nf the natloi %  : Id draw i .,-i % %  jirolung motives, nit., r %  %  indlni V*i una tv e'nt.iin* the now iamiliar appendix nf these personal o,mutes and tektfi .ms Among them ;— TO Mr Edward Jfnriurs (CIPB Servkr r 8. 1942 X I OK VOI K private Inform*n. I rate Ihe J parity t a m^ti to give a usrful opinion on any qsasfaaa esejaeeted ith war in aosareaaee with the foiinwing three endili€n>: Flnl. eouragn %  nd ability Second, real experltace af Ihe lire. Third, pearetinie >LirI Studies and roulinr promotion. 10 FIXHI ftflnlfler, November 2L 1942: ^1 HOPK it is not true that we %  re enforcing: a whole s,-t ,,r vsxa. isolations of this kiml (about the* ban on the exchange i food). It is absolutely contrary to loik an* Uiiil : per sun may not U with tomoOne who at the mrjiient he fSSIS 'iier need, it itrlkei at neighboutilneei and friendship. ji pn ddeni of the Board of 7v,ide. December s, 1941 # I am lold lh4t thr whole Of the Army have been made to -u in oft their reiElmenUl badre*.. at treat detriment Pi esprd dcorps. As many of thr Midlers paid for these bjd*es ihenutelvro there has been a lot of ditre>> raused Let me know exactly h.i Hie Hoard ol Trade said t the ir (Moot wasah led ihem is thtu step. TO Minister of Agrimlturv or'., IfhttStar, April 19. IS43: a) I understand yon have dtscon t&ued thsm.iii auaai raUon which was allowed to bees, and which In the spring monuu > inn-! important tp Ihetr work throughcut the djos yew Praj let me know ...!' Ina the bees of I i i\ .ile OS | TO Forcifi'i Serrttar Maw lb. 1942; d> The lelerramn *eem to < %  trotting longer and lenfSt Ihe H4te of time and euerm Involved in Ibese lone i .d in;and decoding* i mo>l oerluui*. TO .Sir S, findflei. April 20, 1943. 0 THK nnging of thl belli .summon wotshippsn Bi riescribeo In my answer in Parliament today does not mean that the bells l rung at odd limes for weddings or funerals. TO Secre ta ry of Stole for War. April 17, Hi S3 # rKAV - %  the attuehrd poster iii-u iiniii .1 by the Army Bureau of Current Affair*. The postrr is a dlscracehU libel on the conditions prevailing^ In tireal BrlUin belore thr war It Is a very wrong thins: thai Ihe U n Oltire should be responsible lor sueh ehacierat• rl and distorted propasand .. llie siddiers know their homei are not like that withdraw the poster lorlhwilh —L.K.H. NOBODY'S DIARY Sunday — It seems strange that with all our energies directed towards building up a tourist industry that the authorities have turned a blind eye to an eyesore that El saw on Rock ley Beach this morning. If; nothing is done to stop tins dumping of. huts <>n our benches it is not unlikely that tenantries will soon spring up along our! rnort attractive dbtricta which are our' valuable assets. Monday Thr authentic steel bands—those' that employ petrol drums as musical instruments—have greatly improved, but j there is a new menace, a new type of: Itee) band in which the bandsmen are armed with all types of domestic utensil.-, is springing up. This new type is no! only hard on the ear drums but it is hard on the pots and which were not rnanufactored for this pttrpoee. Tuesday Thruhas been DO Official release from the Oils and Fats Conference but it seems certain that the consumer will bo paying more for the raw products. Wednesday To-day for the first time people in the Eastern Caribbean must have felt that they have a common country of origin. The new West Indian Currency notes in circulation to-day gave them this feeling. The new currency is the first tangible evidence that there is a possibility of federation at some future date and that something besides hot air will he evolved from the numerous con-! ferences. fTuirsfl'ay — To-day we can breathe a sigh of relief; a hurricane is supposed to have passed, us by yesterday. Judging from the notice published it would be difficult to determine exactly the position of this Hurricane -400 miles East South-East of Barbados and 500 miles North-East of Trinidad, ridav — Planters should subsidise all sports tours to the island. When the MCC send I team here or when there is Intercolonial cricket it is a signal for rain. Now it is the turn of the schoolboys' team to bring the rain. NOW OPEN I MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS 1DVOCATE STATION EH Y JUST mA 11\ I it FRESH STOCKS OF SNOWCEM White. Cream in 56-lh Drums 5 White, Cream, Silver Grey, Terracotta and Blue § in 28-ID Drums. '• WILKINSON ti 11AYNES CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. I 'Phones: 4472 & 4678 — BECKWITH STOKES | Land I s k (By K-ONOMISI) The debate in the nOUSS ol Assart My tn connecttjon irlth the plan in uiiii/p :;*( Bcrai i Bgrtcullurul l.uul at Sea well was productive ol intrri-itintt polntl Of vnw from both Government and the opi* s if inn. iSwre was merit bi the conilletlng araumenl txl by the Members who spoke. Three courses suggi-M ii %  %  (l> division uniong a few families seven In all—giving each four .-t; part of M hu n would be re' r a hixise spot and the usual adjuncts, Inctudlna aecomo'laticn tor some livestock; the reraalndar being lovotad I end food crops; (L' i BDMHll a larger mimlK'i tf familiei.ii i one *n"' i divlxton on u housing plan, iu>>' me half acre to eai h, thl nsiunodaUnfl some U famtllee who at prasent nuq >< %  badl] nfl h r h ou s e Biota tmd gardening 1 who. in the in.mi. do* iivi' their tncorne as hired labour u i apa kind or another — land, public wi'iks. skiiii-ii trades at even u Asbennen. in raaard to (l), the Ooveramant plan la to create i etfcentalned unit for eaeh i.imii* *ho would ii^-' entirely on Uw lund, marketing sugar-citne and other produce, with a mpply ol ate for '-timption awell ,i ii i g h i y oonunendable object. Ai'vn, musi be eonvlnced thai toui 1 under norm-il conditions, be adequate to achieve this object, with a reasonable ch And if lUCCesi ltd. ibnllariv io der i when and If available. Undi conditions where most land bj alreest] la • blahlj productWa state and must l %  L nder Ihe scan k > ondlUons grlth bli h the h land b head will prove very difficult to come bj The M ilon gave (real deal ci etudy to tru ufluenclni Ihe existing set-up bare and which centre on the nee I for the highest managerial eftlcieno II i nmra out-turn per unit of land. In the ctrcurnstancee, land values will nlways he high and out nf reach of peasant families not already tn possession Ol small units i.flen acquired .1 lines. The 1 abtala no ctouot influenced those speaker* who argued against Iht 11 inent proposals, however v-.tlu.ihli> these might iundci i uons, in regard l (2), it ts obvious thai one acr:.• enable a peasant boldei to work II adUSly if he has \<> keep %  JCTM Uvostock with erntch to maintain leitili'.'. .it-il UlUS pnl.aUy lo live Ofl Hie production of i sere hi i %  s the most or his Income Uld >till have to coma from ess outside his holding. We suggest, thl ccsnsroml %  h, b> intensive metho-is with speciaUied crops, might sausty imth Govern11 nit and the tlpposition. There i:: great need for Uacreashuj the iroductlon of fii-sli vegetables and may it net be that two acres, mtenstvalr worlted, would provide e •elf-COntaUMd linn t A market for assured, they pall) tjwayj in short Irrrreasasg h %  %  -'i-i Bang Water supply by lorry has ceased and the three Water Tank vehicles stand ready for call in Lorries ease of hurricane. I •. Inking of the new well at Haymans to leigh Reservoir in St. Peter and so •cessity of drawing off the high level main to the detriment of the detinestera ciency area mentioned in the first **uppl> paragraph above, has progressed lo 25 feet, and half of the mile %  nig pipeline has been laid. Unless an unforeseendlttculty crops up. the work should lie completer' iiy the end of December, as desired. El avatton for foundations and basements Is i mplete, most of ihe foundation concrete has been laid and the coral block wall: have started. It has been necessary to bring pressure to bear to get an adequate supply of the blocks of stone. As all subterranean work has been completed In, the well and adit, the shaft has been sealed with a platform about 10 feet below the New Well surface, to prevent debris from al Brlle the pumping station falling down the well and also to prevent conI UuainatJOB of the shed water from above With both the 15diameter main near Collymort Rock, and the 18" diameteT to the west of Waterford. very hard coral ruck is being encountered Progress will remain slow until thai texture has been passed. To relieve the demand on the high level Fort ( %  '..in in the parish of Christ Church. It Is proposed to lay a main llridxrlown from above Drittons Reservoir Suburban along the lop of Rendezvous Ridg*. Itrvrlapment .. %  t'l.mri H.ill as far as Christ Church Parish Church. This should enable the several properties on the lop o. Christ Church Ridge to receive a higher PCeOSUTC and a more reliable supply. Two reconnaissances hove been carried out during the month with the object of circumvent inn the slipping hillside above GlenBeet t'aaal l.urnie below cliff in St John. Supph Further investigation la necei Bars', but il is hoped to run a iio> main along the top of the cliff from Parish Hill near St. John's Church to EdgeclifT. passing Clifton, drop down a steep cliff path with special piping and Join the old main near the parochial boundary between, St. Joseph and St. John. Shouli th prove practicable, it should greatly improv conditions In the lower part of Si Joseph and In St. Andrew, which have a mnre or less precarious %  Upply al present^ due to breaks in the main above Glenburiue. e prominent at the present time from th OFFICE FURNITURE by si>hn sin i no\ mi MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) Bridgetown Arterial Main-DA COSTA & CO. LTD. MT'S ill It I AGAi* LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH l\ A WiDll.W Ql'AUTi 50 INCHES WIDE At S-J..17 pi;lartl. ALSO BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At 97.1.1 /„ %  • %  Yard. GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At 98.2.1 !>< %  > %  Yard. DA COSTA to CO. I III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT REAL LUXURY FOODS!! B) GKOEOE MALCOLM rilOMPSON Till i \T< HLR IN Tltl ItVL. n. .i. i>. lauaaer. Mambui llandllon. Ms. Sd. 253 paten HOLDBN CAIILJIKJ) I terrible mess and knows it. He is being kicked %  school for perverse refusal to y effort with studies Rut lhat is only pail of the ) %  %  I. %  who IS IS %  I III%  look like %  lid not 1K> ,. Holoen drink! In his own (promiMns little | %  II novels). ... 1 H Allie (the one thai is essentially fi ^ody could L' about h| own failings (tl e yellow strea'. • so willing io -!e* r, \ %  f. |.. i view. Ile realises thai he isa j>ain to parents and teachers and a bore to his schoolmates But there is nothing he tan do about it That is how tie 11 Terrible. • For example, when he lo*1 the fencing team'.s foils on the sub* was strictly t bnita it. sun • need not have lK>en SO pompous. After all, It had its funny %  Faced with the jwwpei t of expuhnon and a painful Interview with his rather. Hidden derides bool Independ. York What pose of the expedition i•forks out. which is • ir Of him York he tries to drink and to be %  i-ie.it lover. On this leet he his strong opbuoi year-" be ISJfl "I made a rule that I wl i .. %  :. ahb I though the same weal i made %  • ., .I..-." I :.,. %  Baa Is Just sometl don't undes When the lift attendant at the hotel olfer, to Hud him fenude ( Drnpanlonshlp HoldJai 11 is hardly i SUi I I lover wants the girl >o tell him BbOUl her terribly sad life. The girl wants ten dollars < For the lift man. n pots d In my mind. I'm probably the trial %  %  %  He take-. | gnl to :l i %  nd i. terribly rode to hei does not know why But the theatre affei ts bin %  i.u.ceK Of bC s;i\ ~ V.i I didn't like them niuch." (A %  I "They BCt*d more like they a I good, but they were too • II vai H unlei please Mttei %  Hi. much like a goddam general, In. % % %  .•. % %  -.•• iuj %  Holdea de ree-j plays, noi "If an actor act-, it out i listen 1 keep vrorrylnsj about whether he is going to lhln| phoney every miniiP' Hinging people up In the middle of the night, crying, arguing with %  Tl (abOUt what happens lo the birds in Central P a topic nv ddsn-* Insj to taxi-drivers i t(olden %  nds a climax i I A cross-grained, utterly impos.!.]. %  yoang man v^ Itfa .i i pathi ateh out Th. j first novel Is a dial posure of adoi. ieei Tuuchmg end son of way funny. a "i the several Vestries. Very few small diameter pipes are available \dditlonal at the pieseni moment on the Malm and island, but 10 miles ire uiulei sundpniU order and hava l-een expedited. When leceived. they will be laio Ith Ihe proazarnrnee submitted b> %  %  I %  Tho fulli ,;: TEMPTING DELICACIES While Cheddar Cheese Canadian Cheddar OtfctOM 1 lb Blorks i, head ing work has been done under thi* the beginning of the current financial r l-in mams have been laid as follows: — si Mlrhael : Yard Gap. Buah Hall. Kensington Nef Road, Marshall's Road. New Orleans, 8th Avenue, New Orleans. St. Andrew I Church Road. Hillabv St. Thomas: Church Itoad. Hillabv sc John Stewarts Hill New Road St. James; Whappings. %  t Q ee r ae i rseaea VUlage St. LaWV : Crape Hall Village. Josey Hill i Standpipe* fixed on new mains :— 2nd Avenue. Bank Hall. St. Michael Bush Hall (twoSt. Michael Chalky Mount, S: Andrew Court. Chr'M Church. Staple Grove. Christ Church.


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*#Iv KSTABI.1SHEO 1SB SATURDAY. PRICE Fl\ 1 CF.M Allies, Reds Ready To Adjust Demand For Buffer Zone %  III. SKIIMI I.OAI. MUNSAN, Aug 17. j HE ALLIES and Communists, to day, both broadcast suggestions that they were ready to "adjust" their buffer zone demands which have .so far blocked all progress at the Kaesong cease fire talks In the "peace town" itself, the delegations of each side locked the doors behind them for forth right and secret talks to find some way out of the deadlock T'dad, Tobago Musi Grow Nothing I nounred after m The few correswraltlna outside the conthree United Nai and four Communist*. f 0M usual M or 40 no* evera! hunts of laughter. %  1 was said. A news agency report staid that ting WU mark' %  t indteauMCI was going fur the ALUf Ot H I Hode and %  ,-'' %  .i;iBurke; for Worth Korean Ihf Chinese % %  %  %  ,".. i had an I HI InterneeIn The Wind %  p Lng that the i might .iccept a ad on • No Han't I sent front king Radio had quoted M eblel Commun%  .. teiproposal DIM on the 38th parnll'l could ba "adjusted". • him say, tmunlat'l MM in ol a aemiiitanscd BOM along the parallel. in be adjusted if topographical features and defensive Itate" redltedto the London Dofl) Worker GOII Peking Radio Mid N ffll II also stated l .-hangc in the form of Own Food • from Our 0n CoiirapunS**!. I'OHT-OF-SFAEN, Aug. 17. The Govi-rni r-m-K \ e r u 11 v ririterated in a fourpage pUblfc! statement that they were < istliuig to meet the rising cost of living. Trinidad and Tobago can grow for t: Instead of buying from i I The statement dealt at length Mill) the increase of subsidies, additional taxation and indirect taxation appeal to emplovei % %  OOTwTiunoni ha* SSO.OOO.UOO otjmonthi to provkt the people'-mOM %  n national defi-ni. Tfc L.S. Senate W ani Facts And Figures Ily JOHN L. STEKIK WASHINGTON A M-Ttate military apendin MM about to demand 'iei iacu and figures from as to money needed for the fnite States military machine Th Senate Arm* Appropriate % % %  -ited and d with the Military pre-entation thus far on U approved S58.000.000.000 Defemv Appropriation* Bill. They believe thai ihey hav begun to get U %  on what actually la needed b ry in men. c. Uona, planes, and bases. ChairJoseph C. OMahoney ha.-. nj from the lit fence Swrwan Q< the Service Department heaas. and jouit Chiet li ..ppeared hilthly improbable that O'Mahoney nd his colleagues would get any answer at thai tittv to their lop que-:nn "How much 1 ..list the United Stales spend and • %  nit: act for during the next 12 ffeclive %  WARRINOTON seerei the .eeonr. K i.i foi the Wiml ward IvUnda in UMN of B.O yesterday sftsraoon. Windward Island iD*til' IIIAI.IL againM Qm on Pag.* I), U.S. HOUSE DEFEAT THE \i:ws FOREIGN AID CUT ,v lil( 1 sear .nd Ihe statement pointed out \ n>av take week* The'mai it has no other money to Ipand Uli passage of the ..lieady long • %  v own necessary capital %  id any money it rni i lul work, in the form ol glfta or loans. At present si.Ooo.fHin ..f trui spent on subsidies. T h e s M.OtMMHXl thereby lost to the counoverdue National De-fenI -\ ( 4 prialion Bill. The )olnt chlafi bavt plannad to issue on o .HI OVatnJ] review of Defence) spending plans, particularly t fretting the size ot M U'lUU* *K>*10li %  inller rWllld i have 10 United Nations i demand for %  i Hath'" c iub-committe< IhU font toward oreaking the ,. OVOT the I Deputy Of '.he Eighth Army Korean cMeajato M dor i .. %  Sang Cho poaed for %  %  % %  Us t nited A' and the Chinese Major WHO Is be~ na" of the delegation, I spinf. —|t.r. try is paid to those concerned n' £ '"'' (,M ,n flour, salted Hsh. rice, condensed J?K?^ i t*^ 1 *! V. *' .•ions plan to pass the S56.000.000.000 House Bill now. u the l instalment and to t;o to work T on supplemental apnronrlai that could top S2O.OOO.OO0,000. —I'.P. ludoncsiang MiiAt Srt'k Own Wolfarv -.-AfS/DfNT SUKARNO DHAKAKTA. August 17. • nil Sukarno to-day calle< on all Indonesians to shun ah foreign ideologic "red or green, and instead work for tin ment of social welfare In iheir own country. Obaarvera believed he wan ra the [neraaaad of Communists and the Dar UI Islamite aimed bands. The Dar Ul Islamite nrganlsaUon aw I a to be n Moslem state In an address from tinitepi ol nil palace to^lay—the sixth annlvaraary ol the i ,*i of IndependenceSuk.uiio declared that as result of the ..(lions by the armed Bandi la %  iniiTering Irom .,nl dulhwai of spirit." —I'.P. Russia Willing To Make A Deal With The West LONDON. Augtlal 17 Infoinn'il gOJUroM said that the intensification of Ruaaift'fl pgign and persistent efforts to bnnj{ about a Five I -icncc. may indicate the Kremlin's willtnuru^ inivg at a broad understanding with the West under tin conditions. said thai recant trends in th Soviet Press indicate m would welcome an agreement with the West to halt hostile propaganda and criticism on the lines of that with Germany in 10S8, u en introductor) ter deal. r,(nirtes\ (]all TOKYO. Augual 17. tt Undar-Sacfatary for t\ lio Nert paid i call ot Prlna > Ida late on Friday Died by AmbuMixdor Joe* ihief of the Pi diplomuiii mlaafon in Japan. ••. were scheduled ".:., il,, Saturday. RUSSIA HAS 300 SUBMARINES —fcT.fi. VeW) S'Tn-tiiry BUIMOTON, Aug. 1"The Navv Secretary Dan mag as many Mbmannea ;ifjeimany had at th* h hau been disclosed pieviousl: lany had 20 a ar started, would put Russia'* sub%  ing to Kimball's estimate. TODAYS WEATHER CHART tan 5.5a J in ". 11 p.m ** ... %  Last (lujrlrr UghUag in; T.aa P llich TlaV: 3 !5a.m.. Mtfc. nd 4 20 la.11 p.m. 10.06 a m. and U.K. W ill Halion (Carbon Steel U.S. s\gpjils Will Fight Extradition WASHINGTON. Aug. 17 The Hous.' of Representatives on Krius< w ihe proposal lo cui military aid lo Europt l\ I •jioiuored by Republican representative Lawrence Smith <>l Vvisronsin. Th Hot :..,.: i i imondm i I %  . t %  a Smith DM,000 v ould have i %  | %  of Ihe Aid BUI %  Wtn 135 l<. lei tne hut vote j • IU • I Tiniffu I 1 delegat to ihe %  little h %  rn o I look %  •! ihi i i i i ,i %  %  Iree Chin ,i.. PI Mo -I IWASHINGTON, AuuuM IT Two ex-army Intelligence age raid thej Drill ngfal axtradlUoa :> i on chargaa M mai ding officer \„l XHHUHHh(HH) %  ecnrt' %  f their World Wai n.i'>lon. ALL. Icardi of Haw York and O. Lodt.i.. Roc] eatci h LONDON. AUgUal I | %  duBtry, subjected in rapi aton to naUonaUiatlon, rea i teii.iU ihartagM rnn Ir.to rationing troublei lo-daj The Mlnfertry of Supply announced iii ting lleeember .1 i i '• %  ... 'i, (.,., ,, i %  <.r all steel uaad In Britain Only 16 months ago tin then III private hand %  >i\i\i\ '|Vnu fAntui* wartime rationL — '•'"' %  Ofcaal tit|l|MT I I i .... Vi u oJ I Ifl York denli ,, UM 044 '. u %  " "", lh , ""l^' slaying of M&JOI William Molohan 40 of New York lehln iPPWOd total CmmitN r.erman Une, In Noriharn Itali mendatlom or ia\jg| 1.000 1 The United State* Defence De "" l partmont which rovealad a bkan Burope ler of the tnry „i disscnaion and murder 01 over ill $i.H4h.750.ooo Aid dill 1. he ofnoar has claimed thnt legal dlstnbuti ii-iphoie* prevenl Icardi ..1 %  LodOlea "of being tried in eithe. P* rivil or military courts in tint: s East d Ifl Bait and the loft the I K 1 door open fur their possible 1 move] to llalv to atand lri;.l I I' w \MIIM. roi I 4J i thai it will pa) noUiIni .• 1100,000,000 reqw %  'I'II K 'm li*-.ii %  ., V 1 I 1. [inS> 1 U UM aoU D" p 11 M.1-1 \ ..1. 11 1 %  ii Koreai rents ol n 1 %  %  ... foi I'M,'. %  1 r U.S. NN ill Hrl. us. at .the rate 10.295.000 ton.< The Labour Oovai nim 'it naUonaliaad the Iron mil % %  1 I duBtry bud Fehruary und< %  %  . %  ihen production hai fallen to a rate Mti mated .it about 11.000.000 ton* year. The drop came just as steel demands' re* tat the ruMsatt' H7U.IKHJ.OOO tbrea nent programme. Falling out|>ut appeani 11 cold war phenomenon ratha than ens daspelopntant inherent ti nstlonaliration. Production has bean Ml by reduced Import lion ore throughout the free world to similar defoi .%  proerrammes II' But the mam condition impliec ii recent Soviet Press comment nuld be Western recognition iljeta'! liberty of action I .%  1 Burepa, OlweiMi> b-llevi' Ui-t the s ss of Western Kurop. rehabilitation, the raarnuUTI .1 jirowniK *oliu and Russia's Increasing isolation are cauamg eonaiderable anxiety to the men in the Kremlin. Principal Aims princip.il alms in seeking an understanding with th) Wel woulo be 1 TH gain time to carry out its Anal industrial reconstruction and I -it, on which U embarked afler the completion of the Five I b flan in 1950. 2. To proceed with the rearmanamt and industrlalUalion of hej under the favourable conditions of increased trade exI and the w. • .1 To remove the atmosphere of kaMiOn and hostility tow>rds %  %  Union, v. hn h become the major obntacle to successful Communist propaganda IP and elaewhere. Rajd] Keveraea Russia': her po*ib as a major pfl ternaHoruu Communist Movement 1 be underst*>od Pgllntl ihe linkmounti of the 1 during which she Of diplomatic and military re\i After the nb>r •. 1 Moscow Conference in 1947. ei been countered. failure to acquire a1 least some influence on '.'• .man affilrs w/r e> <>n page 3 Morlo.*] Dowuej I iiihlFor Son NKVJ YORK Aug 1: Uft justice ruled on Fnd.i% f ..'. I • Hoi Ion Down be removed Croi > mother's care and plaeen In the temporary aare of the i jyiarKlparenta. Son T. 1 in Court %  battles between Downey and his %  %  aver ihe child i custody. P ta) Banked by two lawyers spent about hall Thursday nlghl papers under the door to receive them m the al iii.niiii: App irenUv she pot the paiM'is howevei 101 00 Friday Ihe bOJ '.,. -1 p. ittempi To Kill Tito Uncovered WASH .....non T copper irons t..' natioi ille lo %  iieeda, 1 be ralaaaa of metal wrnnounce.1 b> Defence moWlia Charles WlUOO. thi .'. < nded lo ove n ? %  MM i i liortage caused mmnlv l.\ || i 1 '.. i'.. tad Steel 1 woriten returned to theli it Truuiiin's. ret|ue*t ponding j A I. ludj ol II c wage dli pule by tho dutpatcl vage aUMUaation wil ( ll( • 1( aid the :| Marshal Tn<. i 1 int. oi • .....ui.. Augual L' month. He said thi | a a lUOted YUJJD%  major factor' in the -v refugees a ihorieeje. police found .. mine or, n. Ihe stockpile Will be | 1 by an |ual amoun„, Kh ,, 30 1952 Wilson *aid. "UahBH IhJtj 11 said eplacemenl would not be m lAefarreeied for planting the Slate Of War Buds W sSHLNTON, Aug. IP %  Aon Reiatlni % %  %  1 %  i 1 l. 1 mi. %  %  II Con %  I % % %  ..%  %  'lie when aDp I IhO full Senate will lie lo (-nni to travel ml do buM 1 a on th e aan %  national! of —^ "v nation* t P %  %  it wai ernment had all Dt itorkpihng copper. < thai OAly 1.000 torn, were stml*/uJj U p. Hearst Inn ii .1 BAM FIIANCISCO Aug. 17 Final publisher William Randolpti (irace Epw iil Cathe1 1 %  alki of lit1 1 %  %  %  rnbody hi t" rest before ti.. Cl .1 top* in the • %  1 %  1 .id lain in state for two d-\ while thousands ol persons Grace Cathedral wai IS rapacitv of %  I P %  fourth atti ... 1 Texas Heat \\ ftve Kills 57 IJAl.l ,..g. 17. I 87 today. One hundc F.I I" ... .,!..,, iitl< 1 %  DaUi %  *COOl N HKi .. misery In southeast Texas where crops alread) heat and drought ) %  Pore • s*-i rlei and 45 llren have lieen daily unco AUKD-I I] r Man till. Cat SAINT LOUn AUgu 17. k %  t. 1 .. tin U I He Dli P I tvoooan arguing %  that the • 1 him The wco 1 : 1 1 -IP China Rejects Draft Jap Peace Treaty LONDON, Au? 17 'pHE CHINESE Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Li Ke Nung, has handed Britain's Charge D'Affaires in Peking. Leo Lam, the copy of the Foreign Minister Chou fin Lai's rejection of the Japanese Draft Peace Treaty, a British Foreign Office spokesman said to day, Chou :^ ttatetnant, marl,on Wednt itv ol the treaty and aAn)ouoced thai China u it null and void. Il also aaid thai Commu willing to exchange vhnra on the .lapan. %  to ill Ihe l.ovrnineu'uivlted t.. next month's Son r< *..' %  i-'i1 it wa under' mi* ban ni the terras king*! BOBJ Ru> ants gTH ARMY u\mK AUK ^nglo-An ar teg UMUil NaIll „,.. ,. ,., I .S. I ohi \ Red I %  IhV Soviet Naval Mirustrj -. % %  veteran unll (.ximinunisls Shift Troops ng tin a r opoaid J 1 %  %  ha Unlb %  .>ii|{ht mi 'he K.u I All the s, rtet an publlahed ndai < %  %  In the S.,r treat) coinfi %  ii-is alvi puhlxhed ihe \t ..t Communist Chu 1 ii-i .mil Poreign Mmistei Chou Kit 1.11 .iei! 11 sUorl condemning the Am: %  %  itemenl conclu h Itatl t %  in Aala I Peoplt 1 ,1 >>i China in %  t hi r prop < ,iiiiiiienl. pd that a Hig five powi 1 %  Ulht MM %  Jap IVutr Talks Will B< Tfleviwd Vi M!K Afaju \ .. 1 m Pi lephone tnd Talcum > .1 %  1 %  poaei Ban Fran 1 ,. tele* sd eaaal 1 ne mlcro-v eve The i..: la meet ng the raaueal ol the Btntc De.... 1 1 1 . %  the ngntlna Una l %  could give n< Ihe shift and \ 1 moi %  -.u mutcbad equal *< r fa] of [resh Ui Patrota *•. ..( t-hsi ported no %  atacl adlh R but Uan d . ludlni .11 ihell and ti hells TH* patrol not t 1 found ten Commu a-hlch •• u unuaual 1 uauaH) but 1 theli dead ..i takK M> srtth U %  : made Baal %  \\ Red k —I'.P 4 ISMSI100I Killer 1 /. 1 I la) mi |.. %  uid t.it.di. -.Iini lael lutiht ^ to n-,ir old lovi I Ktlli .1 l %  %  n.i.th.i HI ^ MJItddl iiii'lhi 1 .J,., la-.-i drinkinc n in court!) "^ t..uiih woman %  1 1i" %  ...... ytafl/n U.KKTKH FOB III WXiCAVi MIAMI. Ai %  HI. ill 1 1 %  10 mil* houi %  4th. the startti 1 date of [Bureau an 'I'tn i" L 1 .-. %  satlnental red 1." UBlephouel rfurricane urecautium 1 idap, but rot JamahM and Uw w had not been eboduled to carr) Wersoa, The Vfeathet Bun %  .tid .weal telephone on ai I I I' % %  % %  %  • %  %  in ELECTRIC TRAINS ( RASH: 3 KILLED ... King nlghl The hoi in am |025 mllos east eoull .KiiujMon il MI %  m —I'.P NBWt All I \U| 1 %  I ... bo UMI n Ith I holsdi makei ] %  •' Britain east I %  ,. %  'ion A upokeaman of NatlonaUaed I RrtUafi Hallway, .aid .. %  I...-' 0 Kiu.-it and 2:* 1 r The "ADVOCATE'" pay for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Nighl %  lint' 'HalrlM-tint-ii* WAs, tug n l 1 %  renci In li %  . 1 ... -I '.p. I'tilami Avvi'plH WASHINGTON. Aug II I %  I PeaceConft I %  nning "" Be| U 1. -I'.P. BOYCOTT TRADE V/ASI iug 17. Itrial ion* %  (I I iccnoalovafcle until HI Wllhan. I r % %  I P Soviet Failed To Honour Pact %  %  %  %  %  1. %  %  11 1 man said WAJUffNOTOiN r IP, Avoresl %  Yalta Agiacmmt with Rui perverted ttn | trrrtibles with Ri %  aoiM %  aith hit usualf %  ' % %  %  %  %  lot objectives he I to answer Republiean chargeelftf. %  -I I" ;.n Agreement %  I lThe Law is always right. JhsuA J-jtWjou/uic Qhoks in fyek4 Ok RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL IICYCLI CAVE SHEPHERD 81 CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 13 IROAO StUHI Sole DiiUibuton


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'Miii u i.l -I lIMI wu6 Callinq B.B.C. Radio Programme D i %  %  NECKLINE CROWS INTO A SCARF I ..I i D u* a %  %  %  %  %  %  \i month, %  % %  %  %  mob Short Holiday A RRIVING from B: Mho Adna spend s bar parents who live in Fairfleld Road. St. M n Et.* laa*' It ie k From Trin,did Holiday l> -.4 M • Crchcttr* %  p m Fifth Tr.t Matin. S M p m InWriuda. S IS p in [MUnT> '-'"*' • p m Mi rt Trtripo lui IMIK. ( 41 p n. P ioajr—a w ParlT St—la Up at. MUM II KM Meat Shortage \\ ill Not VflYct Britain DOM. AuguM II Man (or FMmiiliy souro producers. stoppage of %  will havtf The Argent %  k Instl%  nh meat r itioo A pokesi ...i i • %  • %  •• %  consumed is homv prom, i < p M", Public Relations Adviser M %  UYR1NG, %  %  %  %  %  r4 itn Mil Irnm Paris ll l ml • % %  '•' %  a ah.-iKl neckline nn< • %  *> %  il whirr, irtrinn* into i leas *'tnid -.caff Since 1928 i! MiCSjSfton EsoUtO.I .'J had boin spending a ru .hort holiday in South Trinidad. JWa* were among the passengers arnv-,' >• Ing by B.WI.A at Sea well ysot ar bm day. They were accompanied by Marr their six year old daughtei ulso made the trip. PaUy Hendren P ATSY hTENDEtaTH the most popular cricketer In tin world, hi leaving hi coach to Sussex Count ClUb The club MV thev will DO* renew his contract when H ax* pirc.s in 1S3. Reason glvt n ll their financial position Hendren is 62 He wai christened Bias, But with his perky Irish looks he was Fab crowd. n* N.. MnvCnrm I, %  .1, I in |i"i. t %  > m RBOIO m*n Week. I 30 rti l"*'lh Hvnunn*. 10 p m. Tur 10 10 p in IntiMliMte. W IS p n OuMt KtaJM, ia p ( %  11.1. Mill HI .MI ni>. itar oar PI 4/4 it rowM ,. TO-DAY I 1TTV MUTTON ASTAIRE • LETS DANCE ..... Fl in %  %  v ,'" ~ \ .1 .,ii.iMI LONBL1 *i I t i I. rllfl.l-AND A i iiimvi tin MI i r .t. iHNIO ji //•, i his da He \&VOWEN I'UOVEKliS who .s Somclin in Puar t of I Kkel catch • ove l int-n soand!" shoulder so quickly that th> ili(1i i At would look for the ball oi l l i % %  %  kinch ..f "M.irth V l l !"','' U ,a, 2'i' J M .„,.,„, „ bMl ed to Puerto Rlcn """rtlcwxandlnsi lest matcnes 1 w I Will Settle In II 5 to la i brothei n u 3 Irilrmsit K living WO 'DING, B .i ' H,2B M' 1 | LAVING l.y II W I.A yesterday L* morning for Puerto H"'> vi:i MI.UIC l.t.i Anu-u, „,.,,. Mr. and Mrs. Clayfor Jamaica were Mi gnu (:n Evelyn. From Puerto Rico they Mts Pon.il,! Shepherd. w ,„ flv by pAA !o the v s f. wrhara thev plan to I wo Americans w ,n visit their aunt in Bloomncki, R OBERT 1. BROWN and Frank New Jersey before going over l->| re, two AiMtiaani Mn F.velyn's sister Leila who 3 Naval Base liveon l/mg Island. l*lla left in Trinidad arrived yeaterda] b| Barbado* in early Jum. sin UfBter I Wedding B.W.LA leave now working with P.A.A. Lnldad, wa ngar through on i..' [hter. %  %  HEADLINE '*/*rf i.trf.-i *h I growting in the Sovirf cenr my taU mam tvaggjiur In rhc Briiiih Mtaot." S..l/,A tllal R4S4 TYCOON" :.•.';:,.'.:. CharMa 1 HAS HI i\r | SO* Ki. UMH JlfimiT WAKBI.Y W JUHY A D IMI ll baaj Haak (All IV III (. Mill \ ST. JAMI> AJI \IH Clallfl CINEMi% MembasOnlyl MATlNtl.: TO-DA* at i r >l TO.MIiin TO MOMIAV Mt.HT at K.30 limn — i i \i nt i; \IN' iKiAoit HOWARD TO-DAY, 930 a.m.. Ml & H.30 p.m. IMHDMIMIM. IIMI.I \ t I AS M 3 E M I' I It I ^When life vi and Barbara /; ^^^ get *e prize-winning II. .t, i Architect "K FRIITAS, l St. Vm,( H ll %  .( colony on B.G Urwaj to at: Lthiaa M" RONALC I,...-. la Ar.hu..,t ,( b Watson i.t'i is <: ii nan next year. ha F SMIIH. | %  arrived from •terda) by HoUdarb. WHJ, P„,c n „ M \5'tTOTODOM TEMPRO, Hotel Resident Engineer W I A TV/f" I ru* fiancee \l. Jr Mr Evelyn was Formerlji HanBaW <>f the Rlec'trical Department of Messrs. DaCosta and Co. Ltd Mr will atudy radio and lalavlaion with the RCA. OonpBBy in New York and afterwards expect* bo employed b] UM aama The'Smart Set' Turn On The (Governor LoavbUJ with ihem were M Willie BoxUI ;.nd his son Itog. Who live OB Long Island, USA KOSS MacKfcNZlC tV .i at i. who I for a few %  half "reeks the) arc daya, relumed %  • %  ': A HACIIELOK is a man who is Mr. Tempro's parby B W.I A. Mi K• ind "* %  Cragj lo marry, bu* realises ronithehr twe> children will be coming M bi lime—fttturrtay gveabsi Pusl —l i ft Incidental Intelligence A i HI: AIUIMIHIS OF PII'A i BY THE WAY .... v Beachcomber 1 III to teat the %  i %  CROSSWORD HM • i latco (Vi n : I l %  l %  I %  %  %  ia tfti ... i ... %  I*I II %  U I r JI iri.i %  NAIROBI The "smart set" In K u> angry. Their Governor. Sir riillip Mitchell has crttli attacked uu luxurloui %  ) indard <•' living of many Europe in fad, life m Kenya i high. wide, end happy If you bat %  pit ii*-. of : 'I'll-. ihal tw nuns hava boon blame! for irbai applies onb to •' hta it I that merchant pri iiiiit' i laried 11 ii roi ranoi rs merousl; snd bappUy Mruvy Biinl.'ii But Iheuaaadj do nol earn lug money, and End tintup-peak cost of living In Kenya %  11 dtn. It is more than twite pro-WU %  'hii salarlea have tncrasisad bj Dill ll.lll Housing hap never cnught up with demiuul The i.verjge minimum rent la L an %  month Moat ... nttnue to wot f. ..fii-i n Duttlnj lolrfl earnlfuj around C100 n ; But "thhun' 1 are expensive lm> ported frocks OOBt fn'in K 40 to £70. Cinema seats arc 4i. I There is no public transport, I car Is a necessity. No ScrubbiiiK No white woman scrub servants must be employed, l' is a social "miisl". What one setlln feel compelled to do Aboul partleaf Mr. D Ui Dowull WIUoii. u Nairobi editor. %  aid: "Kenya's night lif< on the 'sun-downei lha comedy of the ~ GLEASOH CUUW MOWBKAY ^ M£DiNA WC %  JniV I—*. •• -" %  %  — !" ^T Ii year! TALBOT ;EL.2& i£i^&pfr**Za!im~*x& ii o x v TO-llAY TO TUESDAT, 4 4.'. and 8 IS P M Mh t>nlur> lux Presents •• VENGEANCE VAEMJBV' Starring .. HURT LANCASTFH In lib PM Blc rechnlcoltir WaeSjau with ROBSRT WALKER — SALLY PORREST An Advi-nlurr Drama in iU Rugged BVsl 11 II Y A I MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS brought i LeoromBtbllotheque Natlonalc in Paris gist with him. t oiu im-thnds. she found that tcrvanls hj, W r two or thl shoes, hats, trouaan and lumpara, most of the readers were, "so cold, eause thUj;tn .!; %  | shooting sticks radio sets, urnso serious." She said, "Do thev | "in the average i,oVsel srvauon b.dnever think of love' Weil, not ,,,,, loons, secretaxtea, managers, in here, of course," answered pianists publu-ilv men. surprised nnVul -ti .lii'liteiung Ins t —Su.ua parapiraiiou — .,.i.hl.. aal.l. 1—Baniahaa odour ioaisully. a—Iia protastion Usta lor %  %  — to it-r*. Ja< i 4 —-Does DOC irritate ooriuaJ Only new ODO-RO-NO CREAM gives you all these advantages I S—AbaoluttI) harailsai to all fabrics. S N, n ( diKFt up, nYr gaa giiny "i baxtk-ua in (be fair aa ordinssr daodorsou often do. TO-DAY lo Sl'NDAV 4.30 & S.15 Keimhlie Smashing Double LIGHTS OF OLD SANTA FE" Btwring... DALE EVANS and HOY ROGERS AND WAKE OF THE RED WITCH with JOHN WAYNE and GAIL RUSSELL tWO I'ii lure* With a single thought I i'ii see re* ... Music! lighting! Thrills' IO-DA1 AT gjg \M Repuhlk Dcubla ARSON in "DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL" KING OF GAMBLERS" Willmm %  Ftp 11 Janet MARTIN COUE ON hiD*. ThrfllS and Action To Your liking % forth. Thi'ro ami buck C ONSIDERABLE tmasting about B rlghl to Pans gnd both lo London, without louchlni do i n, I.I.UIout thi hops that, if yoi .. %  % %  % %  !. %  OU will smn be ,,i,|( t<> go to most of •.in places you want to go to without being bi red by having in land 11 waiting for thi I turn lournej a in ivoided •rvouslv. "Silly boys'" said she. flashing a destructive look at three hairy men almost entirely buried under books. h'*-fiixii t ion I N thesr troubled tinu rathei serious writer, sport is a relaxation, and It eases the miml Yi %  This very moment I have nig of no attack by woman on n wrestler, of I rofatOi who was knocked down, of anthem work YOU give | parly. If ; it a a genteel party .ibout 8.30 p.m. [ "If it's wild Bnvthlng may ;..;,. Thev drink fantastic quantities M.im iiv. ;it a stand-, I ard (hat is artificial and an%  ( rrdil Bgfrj .no difliculty in getting jj credit. The Indian shops. In parOcular, eoeouraga wovtan to run large bills for clothes and gioDSm Profits lor the few are delighta/ —.,*,, %  ..-.. i ODO-RO-NO CREAM Jin iteicnm wlilww o^obi O L Y M I" I I TO-DAY. 4.45 A 8.15 P.M. 1st InsUlmenl -I M1AY A MONDAY I 45 & 8 15 Final Instalment The Republfr Action Serial "ADVENTtJMES nv CAPTAMN MARVEL You've Read Aboul Him in the Comics no" sre Him Com On The Screen THE BEST OP FIN I OR YOt'N'fi AND OLD /,.//*,,-. 1 ',f;...i,.;.o..li ( 1 Mii nther who was injured in a riot, of ,'ully high. Farmers enjoy geni fiiitu n. beconv iha p>ii"Tht n 1 d sweep "em %  M whole lot" \i • **Whv dO you Keep 0*1 SB] 'Ami tin i. t.n. sense, man, Or inlum donl underknow where we ai. they mil be ls bringing ballet Into OUT drinkm,;, , . _, places, gnd, if thin do, then wul I ili-1ui Inn,:uifluvnv* i. some sore heads among lha .estheli s' I'li.'H ,.ie lew enough A PELLOW-1IACK nentinns left wl ing on the talk about making lindhird who can mind i ItiUhtei UHI gayei. rebusiness aid who irm! a mere i creature who uaad passive agent of some browing %  i i the combine. crous lax exemptm such iwoUon profits that even ..partly developed farms can be ,, |. old for fortunes to new-comers. Nairobi professnni.il n %  %  iii-omc tax by buying "farms' which thev claim ho ba developing. S OME whey-faceil BtubbgRlegullion or other has l ing thai the introduction of television into public-houses will roll Hie standard" Thl kind of walking horror usid la whimper for readings of i oeti \ ... Inns. Let -u.-ii ball-men In re they belong. In ihe clucktall-bars. Before Mosp.talilv The real dl iving I %  which keeps the "hlfh old timer on the l rest of a wave ii K'" ibit. .'..i>at hand !. %  welcofl s guests. OlM Of the largest denis if evpendiiure in Kenys on all levels. I E 5, Ml SI IIIOI I AI.I.-PI m>osi:-ni II (IN TWO BTKBNOTIU). ItHIII.AR -In llir Yrll.,.. c.il.m MILD Ifor I'lilldrrn—In Ihr llhir irti.n Ml ITBBOLI i> :. ranwhich torii'ctly ;ippli...l will brlnl INSTANT REL CODOB CBEHT . II.-. %  im.ts. And nl ALL HKfti STORES. %  %  %  %  %  %  JOHNSON'S CHINA WARE In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn %  TEA COFFEE. DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS n You can make up your own sel replace breakages and add to your set at will acCCO FIBRE DOOR MATS S240 and S2.53 STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES 3 & 4 Pts. $1.56 and $2.10 T. It. DIAL 4006 EVANS A U III 11 II I IIS YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 Heftti Stopped: \\ oman Slill Uive CltEENSIlOHO. N Augu-t II A woman of go who table to bo in i.niiv got*! condttlon 1 •ftor being ravivod by two aurleons 29 nlOUtCS afbn slopped. The doctor %  ut .1 heart beat and bowovor aha still was net otal f dor., >-: The potlonl WhOSa name was ROI plraseil by the hospital VfOS DO* on anaesthetic for minor Bti .tta.-k. Who were In %  ootn preparing %  • %  er exposed heart They also gave some in;* %  %  icsrt. I IGLOBE THEATRE SO### Oi T That was our Position Last Nile. Our Apolonlrs b the hundreds Turned Away — 'But To-day There are 4~BI(i SHOWS of K.KO's GIANT THRILLER—8 30 a.m.. 1 30. 5 A S 15 P.M. __ rt Special Matinee Pn.rs "THE OUTLAW JOHN I1UETEL — JANE KUSSEL %  i'\ih\ui: in niiirii.ti Prices for Kids gjg a.m. and I 'SO p.m. I'll K> House He Balcony 20c. MOKGAN to Rio p od : %  %  .! Music, Dancing Enlcrtainmen I throughout the night Dial 4000 lui intrvations I'si'ful ll fins iii . EARTHENWARE Tea Cups & Saucers I.muh. Breakfast. Soup & Dinner Plates Vegetable Disho with Covers Meat Dishes Milk Juc* I Ft Cups with Covers Decorated Tea Pots Decorated Howls—wilh & without Covers. THE ii vim VIMIS to-oi>i:u\ri\i: tOTTOX IUIOIIV LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 I





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I'M.I I II.Ill It Mill UMIS MiMH \ II SATIKDW aUGUST i England Collapse For 194 Runs Compton Hits 73: sjarfisi, n !" Windumnk Drub Melle lakes 4W ftfe s-W" Queeng Six Qne ill,.... tinr Ovm CmtiMtet) Island Brul \a\\ LONDON, Aii-fusl 17 %  %  Africa in id. *.,.''. rand QghtJi H • Compton, iaB n, 9 unble to within eight runs of South Africa's Aral i; %  Knm-kinninc* total <>f 2U2. Ami hut for a n '''V^.K ; S J"","'" hov cwMti Compt.m and Wataon %  < IM whii h resulted In Wataon SSrSiVS, ^SmimS^tS^ : run out when well sei, England miRht have heir captam WHm a substantial lead. Carmichaei at the an Al II IS, South Allies have lo-t *""• Another larirr -%  -->. %  three seroiid inning* wick.: ' Karncs. \\ I I %  %  *.* %  o4attl*fi urtvAncini' fl* and The SUrnsn goals were BBOl*d ? %  V>JI I*. IX f. It I 9 ao handle. .,,„, iK.^.th h open Warren PnylUj (handle II ION I I'lY apton who was last out gave In League u %  ,*. %  III.I. Wmmlt in,. n ulii.ll !', Mnrrhiill .'•! Wakou. ,eiKrling ,. •'. mnrnim lain MUCH I IM taW „|, ,.f I %  mm M : %  I '"•' %  > %  "" "l' *'•"' •-.ecutive overs during which Sot mit<.all and jmsitinned himself. a whiUthe H 1 netted W* n <*> ,i "" '" **•" nalan %  v.. one. Both right winger AUK i o. a (ionibniiurc Baal The \a\> COnBBUtEM SCHt> IL % %  < %  feated a lum fioiii the l! II I BklHirv Bay by 82 runs in a cricket match ai Ceanbea i Coinbarmara wickets, declared, and bowled out the for 58 runs. .. r ; %  . < %  %  %  >lning hit had an cut .. during .i stay s <" Mympbi Becti Williams and "'" %  % %  %  "* BVB good lasting ttiree and thi ado* each, perfci it* especially .,,f The otlMM game "f the alter,nok iBm """'""a''' etveej arwl wha could float no one to noon was between an lsla '"' naarla all m. ^^,.s with him long enough and and li Ms Uigbie v t 001 *wrhen Melltcame on with ih Ba] l^rhados won eight—one Windwwd I land custodian nam ball at 173 for six he quicki> For Hariwtd.-.. r.i-orfrey Jordan R*vira savad %  atn mab **U n< lint shed off the innings, taking scored three guals. Billy ani rllecU| d BMn BOOd shol .he wicket* of Bedser and llrenFrankie Manning two each an l v,l,> UUStB hy the Queer' ( ..is.e over tv j. C Woodjow "" S|I|,, V SSBfa always writ The St.irtlsh-Sen Nvmphk gam. POBttWnad 1" ward "(I attacks. II WMU tn.-lincl lo u-Skipper 'Bud" I. who ph.vi muddled wt navarthati ,h ^ h-rt wing ret %  axdUoa. &*. %  Nvmj.hs wer* ihe t-'" 11 **''. w ** ahout the most oulllrat U> loora, li-tly William* •"•'•'fiding for nil I I'MUIJ .,n acgrcssive ran., t"^ 1 beautifully when ever ha IhroufUll MM he, t*.ra out In "" •'•"" • •-• B.-hu, mYaVnot rbtn .no r „rrrt m„l-w„ "•"'•<• forw.rd %  Th, Vlhr U.m.in lo S Ihrwtk ll„. n| (alt s " ouutwidlng in lhal ~ M %  mjghl tack and luO b..|ore hulf P"ln ""> !" w'U" <•>' • IIUIUB. no 1 '"""•' '' KWUlMi '' r.-himn,-, whkn %  •J*. ,,„,„ ,„ e shl] Soon ar r rMumptlon of play l !" >* !" ''<ni% one minute In what %  mounted to a 25-milr duel with I r la Morn ad got £ 1.000 and 1-e her as the nadian housewife L500. All other flnishers got I p %  %  gflL) .ifivanTlOBt of t %  1 s When S^mth Afrir.. hatted Ume tha wicket baaafl made in 75 minutes. again SI rt dried out hyilis Chandler ngmn %  cored and n k an aarjj blow b, hree-ouarters way Ihioiiuh the u 11. . al IS Laki Yesterday's Weather Report I rasa % %  ,r saaagaM arlll '<< proa ided at > for Ihe officer and his family not exceeding Bvi ,.-.t t LI netted by tru-ik four .' %  Combaraaara, L Bu ur*-i : and WUl %  jrceck | % %  actively. runs. Km Marshall SI %  I defied th. Hum lev bowlers. He TO minute* before be in g Ibw la %  ley lost 6 .* icketa f''i 146 tuns Roy Marshall captured 4 wickets for 52 runa including U of Bruce Pair uideau for There %  Hall l^ine whi hum" l*i Church. The latter won the to*, and pul I gat Wnicott and Topham opened Ihe Innlngf, and inllllanl retui %  with ihe -core at 30. I it %  %  %  %  %  %  bowled bj Rdmundaon in >t al in: for H wickal aaon afU H .it. li un | aftai % %  ''. r i HI) for wkl K. Houlkei i iptured I %  ,ui tii %  and carry on the strug carry c ii-d Klands defer S ith \v 11 UV U| %  lUnrvlfl 1. A Lah<-r l> Hiu.ki r < Mr UP llrdwi I'l.tibb 14 \> i Ntitrvrta -." i n .i i L. i -md % %  • H Rndrnn I l> n>drr H Van livn.\.i(1 Ibw Ijiki-r % %  :t I %  Iwr 3 wku I ... IMIWI IM; X'. U rW -hot from H*> put up a custodian. game peaMtuutaca against the v. tads gof ihaii narbados team. It was one of the aaCOOd god afttc Referee < %  i,',i I strongest Naval teams to have awarded them .i tree kick inside even! vears. All the penalty area. After the kick vers were good'swimmers. WflS taken Warrlngton got hold They could handle the ball well "i the ball and pushed it out of nd their passing was accurate : '"' inches of Gibbons. Wirwiward The BartSBdM team howevei lalaBda I Q lefB 0 right in Ihe middle of their season, lU on ti|> top condition. third *•! They kept upa cont.nuou, bomS( .fwrw^rrf, „„. third gflal bardment of Navy s goal through, n „ among the %  The West Indies xi enjoyed th ea ne eh i thwich u s run alnat tha laeal club. Bai-| iing for |W0 and | half hOUra th W*e I !.%  %  I Tried at 180 fur t wickets, Potor Wight a %  | %  tuilnga aeored 102 n Wi eki i a i boundary for KM. J. K H Walcott > .is 40 not out* Empire is In a good position :t.( North-)to force : %  m i •. ( -: r< %  111 due i.'t V M.H.C. scored 81 and BBttpira "'; ". bj Rainadhinl deelnred their first innings close*' l," l' y The teams were:— Slarlioh; P. Uiwrence. D. Warren, F. Carmichact (Capt). Jan3 i Chandler, P, ChawUar, c Mai %  Kinnoii and J. Hill Sea Nymphs: A. Eckstei.. (Capt), M. Knight, T. Brawsat, 9 IH lluJ Mf ,; '" ''"'"'" "" '" l -. | get brin f*?' %  '"" and p, hlahon l,,K 1 1 ''' 1 I HMS nlabury Say. I'. F F.anklvn sent in the I th' Harding il <; Kay. s. Willis. Mi. RL-1 | f or windward Island i College forwards he attack. Their efforLs were rewarded when R. N. Lea, at inside left, netted from lose range. Windwnrd islands Queen*! Collate i. Half time ind the .ore UJietunged, The see;. IM i hall resumed with %  i Sollege team sttai b> WHAT'S ON TODAY Mi i. lili.. .....a mm*i %  te-i-i I..H latlni AII Hie rulfl" i UUri niM-ios nfi"> ". >M'" p I Mil ll-nk ..lUin •I i" I • IMI iii MI on ISIO I.II. I'lu. — '-IK. I.el Oh'. tt 8 ^ iw.n li cough'dos Ain<)8 QiwniHid dooi; A.noag -htnbnog ajeun-io^ luajftoij IJIIM ai||oq noA i< soi-ot pou uiOJjAiuiopAiqoniap j sq ||I-A uixjt ajBBjL NV<19Vol 9NUI5X3 SIH1 NIKS mOA S3AI0 dVOS 1N0 A1N0 i*?*f^vp n*>H>' Hop* H> tOuld fifC tomrthtnt to 'CdeM aUtag tfifWl Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! ftM *•£,. Xubes'. g*-(.'fjr onr-t' lOOlVJ anJ lh*C wrflCnttf im-as. Bark-at ha. Lay Palnx, a,ollan .IIIIUI. KhBaMMIiani. llunans I'auif. Hi %  A*-mil. or Loa. or Ki\i*y anal (,.| oM) I* loro your llm-i. Kid).') TTCOkM iId.InM WraM tmxla and drink-i. *am. J.l. .r %  flit Bla't EBBVV -.tr-Of. on rSBT kl.ln... SO that llr runctlon poorly nn4 n.r-l h.li. \o pro-Milpurifv > our btoua r.n-1 m.liiuin hvsllh nrl Hffir. m ~ L nr ~ Help Kidneys* Doc for'. Way irial %  quick and aura i. In h>li nys clean nul %  % %  -•a %  ,..ivn.. *>.. artUt a •avicaunolUprapar**! pn No Benefit—No Pay Cystexj N ft Y S O D f g RMIUMATISM K. Willi. (Cant) P. Jackson. A l Woodroof. Barbados: A. Weathmhead, [Cap! i T V. ai wood, (* Evelyn, K M. uniug. u. Manning, <: laraan Browne, Tonight "a Matches ict.reu.a it on Uiel doit re-I i not .mil a lour liist follows : — Spartan at the T11EKK will U' tui> | polo matches tonight at V \1 KG, ul Bank Auualic Club. These matclie in preparation for the fotii.CarlUm vis n „f two teams of the llorba%  .. Ctmibl'nrieTC %  w.it. r Polo AsMxiation Tiinldad next month. The ... ,. .... malflirs will be played by llootl.i .u*TV nnB .' SC"a*l and a dan,.roU %  hi ihli i lea of senior „,, mM Inn will open then MCOnd innings n* n s game. The teams are — Ladies Team "V\ A. Mtata F Cailllhlhaal. I> Warren. Kniuhl. J. Hill. M. Taylor I i i ile. Roi %  a and Marshall I. Indie-, XI pit Bum local te "I .di.ii* look! %  a,i Ihe', had scored 98 for the m Of S wktfl In their second v H P.C havsj lost SM i %  %  .idles Team B". It Hunts. 1) Johnson. J. Chandler, Chandler. Gale. T. B^OWne, 1 '. Hiteher. and Jean Men'* Team V A Weather Wealheihe.il. T. Yen WILES WINS ..in polios made Ha In theil re II f-i, the lo of I artctoata. N • ^Hlo and iv "tonnjag At the Oval, PlckWlCk are 110 !" rn • %  >• % %  "B P I In ihe limb Singles, Hnals of for the leas of I wickeU in answer Kvelyn, B l^ttanon. O. McLean merhayes Tennis Tourto Comb-ernteieV 185. The hoRH O BaanlBtaT, K luce. BBO I namenl. 1). W Wiles l^-al V II i t might hav to be content Foster. Sty 6—J; 0—4. wBh ksad Itefense Mr. 1'eur l. ninuti'S later. Jl j.oced shot in the Ihe gotil AugliM' the llflh goal atlC across the was rt11 lefi cornei < then BCOrefl Ihe ball wai Thet,' mera. fo a CO10 (ban Sniffle,) COUGH LOZENGES He •omplelel) %  < half bacba at Oabbona %  na ilaM, Abet I bclore thr blow Off Bla I the sixth goal for hli b s a/are u [ollowi Wiraawjrd lilanda: Rlvier.. Balrd. Sandy Drake*. Mclntyn Capt., Andarrson, Auguste, Frankl>n. Moore. WarringU'ii l.lwm. Oueen'-. College: Gibbon-. ,,i %  rlth Ai. ralkalu Alka-Sf.it-! laajredleoti ga*Hfir a< idity BaBSOB .n-alga-aic for aoMliing licsdacne'i. %  Have libs ssWara/ i SXZI %  M-M7-* ssBor %  .ok*. II '* lfa*v r#*g #g"g-e'a/ inn GALVANISED CORIUX-ATKI) SHUTS r, r, ' x 2*> Oanuja GALVANISED NAILS — nil sizes EXI'ANDED METAL SHEETS W. \". V, 3" Mesh "POILITE" FLEXIBLE FLAT ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS I X ' "t tM6 Sheet "EVERITE" CURKUGATED SHEETS G\ 7', 9', 10' Lengths im i,\i;i.\iMi\ KFiilMFNT SNITS (LIB ANNUAL DAME SATURDAY September 15.1951 •; im Hixnnunm MHOOI. \ C OI.O BOt* AUt-OllaTION \ Animal Krunion IHnnrr I Hi nil. ittn.i, aatardar. Aauraal laah. H.ao p.m. ^1 |IM 'KirriON: *3 50 i Mttaeti I COM—Tel. No. 4340 \. WILLIAMS .. MilK. TLRKINS .. IM". I i. Sat' Hr.n.^ii A|S*I •^Mf Remember, a comfortable tilting SUIT is our first consideration. Theie are increasing numbere who recognise lor themselves the consistently superb cut, hi and finish ol the .... IDEAL TAILORING We will welcome the opportunity ol proving this lo you in our TAILORING DEPARTMENT on the first floor of CAVE SHEPHERD tOt. LTD. 10—13. BROAD STREET & .'.'.'.'.'.' %  '-'•' %  '•'S'£*20L?'?-'£X O T I C1 PUB CUSTOMERS Aiu: ASKED ni NOTE THAT Ol It WORKSHOP \\l> SIKVKTM; DBPABl MENTJ wn.l. SB CLOSED FROM MONDAY, :1RI>. BEPTEMBRR AMD Wll.l. HI:-(IP|.:N AGAIS; ON HONDAT, 17TII. 8EPTBMBER, IMI, SO \-< TO i:\.\Bl.i: OUR PERSONNEL TO HAVE TIIFIK ANNUAL LEAVg. OOM <\-('IIM SPRATPA1NTING PARTS AND AOCESSOsil I BSVAltTMENTS Hill. BE HITS FOB in BINESS \>i| se\i. 4i IMI:SY WHITE PARK ROAD 4.Alt\<.l — DIAL 4616 MJM



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7. PAGE MX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATVROAT, VI f.l SI 1*. 151 HENRY ,__^—-^" f7? '^^tr^rj BY CARL ANDERSON TAKE YOUR FOOT OP* "Tl THE SCALE HENBV MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY 5 TO r-_^5 I -__ 3~~: : \\ oO N*J —o Be ~-c Ji soggv. 1 N\=iNES,3-OST --T... JT,s J-OSTI 1HS|,.„I ), I J^\sE gg ?^JT | <* E ei I W-N... vj ; ) —, '— 1 \.ulf> DD.T,,V L *f.m41wtn and •null •IsaTliM Hearf Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure %  i .mil I-., k of I tad and at%  • %  %  %  %  %  .... %  %  ,, far from poor '> %  !. %  i worry and %  by IIWii 1 Pr Thai I* n IUWIV Uwi oauata tm< | %  tliaa t-atn-f-r, I • %  #ndaaf*r.d > ibla it a lairalyilr irtrok>-, and you abould m T one*. Tha vary Hrat floif of No*co vi. a n< *madlcaldlacovary. n-durt:ill'Kh BI



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SAT1 RDA1 tUOUSI I BARBADOS AUMK'ATI rxi.i i iv. 95,600 People Register To Vote Eleclional Lists Will Be Revised 76-Year-Old Diva From Shock Death by misadvrnlure was the %  r.ti.t ii'U.iiifd brj .1 miif-n IBB jury when lee Inquiry inlo Ihc .1 \umsUiin. -.iMi.nmliiiK Ihv death >f ?8->ear-old Ida Lavlne A TOTAL of 95.4500 people have registers! mil ( .f ;, total of 102.6-4:? who are qualified to vote, it w:is revealed at th Press Conference yesterday. During the next two months the revision of the Electoral uf'PeWrfcini Land wan concluded iists will take place throughout the island The lists as thev %  *Jfif*te A '•"'"'tt: stand at present wdl shortly be posted in the various disM^LI T' ta l* tricts and ai Post Ofnees and Police Stations. Oaneral Haapita] on tha I ___________^^^_^^_ 1*"'' "' %  %  AugUKt 14 suffering from burns ..nd lor qualified voters and died suddenly on August Il> whosr names have been omltled Dr Browne who performed the will soon be available at Police post mortem examination said that Stations or from the Registering the deceased died from shock Omcers of the Parish brought OB by the extensive burns The report of the Supervising she received. Officer gives the following figures for the list of voters Panama Canal Zone Stamp The Governor of the Canul Zonin replying lo His Excellency's letter of appreciation of the decision u M CLH.I1 EOM Ooeanunant to i.' lai i '.!• lurmni'morata the eontribotloa of West Indian workers to the building of the Panama Canal, has stated that these workers richly deserve ihe honours which are being extended to them. The Governor of tindual EOM quoted figures to show that more than 30,000 contract labour%  v M ere brought to the Isthmus by the Isthmian Canal Commission between 1904 1914, of whom approximately two-thirds were recruited in Barbados. First witness called was 1 Edna Husbands who said that she used to live with the deceased m the ...< asftsMS T.ui M|m(1 hou#c 0n lne mRnt „, August 14 about 9 30 o'clock she heard 'he deceased shout "Edna help me." On itmniiiK to her bedroom she saw that the dress she was wearing was ablare and a lamp without a shade was on the itoor of the room. She (Husbands) shouted for the neighbours who came and assisted In putting out the lire Tin deTDII new loo IM.MS ceased was taken to the Hospital —— later lite same night. On Augusl Of the total regisUrcd 40.48b or lti .he identified her body in Dr 12-; .,! %  inn: iind 5i,114 or M'„ Browne who oer formed the p""! %  ro women Hcfusals are 1 4 or ma ntm. examination. J6% men and 4,54" or 64 Tyrell Yard, a 32-year-old seawomen. man of Peterkms Land said that he helped in putting out the fli son SM • *tt SI. MllWrl a.aa >SU is tot 11*11 jtj .Mm -. Ma *ii HI Jot41W 11* 4.MS 3.Ml S*4 i*' it Thwui 4.114 St? 4.*>1 Si JIIWS .io as S.0M SI Andir 3.Mt SM JJ* •1 Prln. M *,' 4.111 i .. Jl 1W . ,„ nvc .lislH.ls only jc pcreon JJ h *„„„ „f lh(1 dccM!cd Belli the respective district retuM or e he enl lo the house he henrd to r.-smer while the highest ^ Mnt „, ou ..^ Ml numl>er of refusals in any one disIC4, though the highest Hazlewood Installed someone shout house on Are." While he percentage of refusals to electors lhp dc ,^ JM „ fcil> lna FldM in one district was 31 M.I.KIW had thrown acid on her The Registration Districts show %  (lliuut hl% bH.wn I 00O-I 10O \MT* Uw >w1>*n SOI I* 00 %  -, aoiaw .. Tbo Kev. Gordon Vivian Elton ' "• I, U A. .... yagtarday '* Instituted, imimted and installed Dean of St. Michael's Cathedral and Rector of the parish of St. Michael at St. Mlchaot'i CathoOral A l.i 4 the laity including His Excellency iliv OOVenior Sir Alfred Savage and lr Her. therefore She Shall Nobe Moved. God Shall Help Her in I Rial •tight Early"—ha asfctd Iba lalt) to give their every support to th^ hew Dean and lo remembei htm In their prayers. Husbands had thrown acid on her and put her on fire. When he went In the house the back of the house was on flre and he threw a bucket of water on the blaze. Some of the tlrr went out. but the clothes of the deceased were burning. Boarding And Lodging Suit if Doris Christian of Halls Road Can pay Court of Error and other costs before next Frfduv, a case in which Judge J. W. H Chrnery UM A i-tant Court of Appeal gave judgement against her will be sent back to be tried. This was the ruling of The Honourable the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly more yesierdav in tf.e Court of Error when Christian's appeal was heard Hawkers Prefer Market In Prince Wm Henry Street THE MAJORITY of hawkers interviewed by the Advocate vesterdav said that they would prefer a market built for them at the open spot at Prince William Henry Streetopposite Messrs. DaCosta A: Co., Ltd. Some felt that tnia market would only be able to accommodateI lew hundred and to relieve the conation, a second market should Inbuilt at the Cumberland Square. A few hawkers (torn St. Thomas was gwng lo provide van* to coi would like the market built at the vey our bugs and baskets Then corner of Buttla street on a spot and oni> then could the market % % %  ,. % % % %  I C Hills building now be placed at some-out-of-ih. stands They laid it would suit wa >* ""'.. „ „ them v-ry much. Another hawker Should He In One Area tl this spot would tM m an Delcina Robinson, a vendor of already congested area Tudor Street, said. "I prefer The* Uroad Street hawkers, as Temple Yard or Cumtwrlnnd iv.1l %  -. those in nlte.VK between Square. After the people are acroad and Swan Streets, are in cv'omed foing down to th" 10/' For Assauit %  t favour of 'he site at Prince Wiland ilsh Tnarket so why make liam Henrv Street. Uiem go up to a fruit and vegetable market. If all the markets Central Spu; are doa to each other within an Nicey Bellamy, wno has been n(>ur the housewife could cornselling in Broaa Street for over p^. n(>r shopping It p 30 years, said: "A market at tense carrying the Market to the ITince William Henry Street is Highways and Tr UM typt of market we would like. William Henry Street sites Judgment had previously been u is a central spot. I have already Another vendor who sells t her when she did i 0 id some of my customers that it j tmC s Street, when approached mg McDonald Jack: SUGAR SHIP LEAVES SPEIGIITSTOWN Health Centre Goe* //* 4/ Arlington Tn HAKRISON I.IM:K U fl I %  !• %  — %  took suxar from SpeiKhistown and SllMDtn'l uigW bonds except !4 baa wtin: it CtlM U*Nt Wtflk-^nd for the I'.K She will intt e las; shin i.> call 11 Spetghlstou, n for su?ar this vear The suie.mau %  rrlTBd at Spe, Baturday morning urban she began to lo.id, Bnd %  %  I 'tin ihippod from that port thai f—x Of the load taken by Ul • Stalesm*n. \1c*srs PlsntaUOflfcl Lttl lupix-d M R \ KAMSIV Michael Simmons :t 1 in Uw K i Club Tobli T-nii | on WadiMBaa] nlghl i<> btoom %  i ,i.' champion Ro a %  > pro %  an ta d with the Silver Challangi (.up Ban Dlaokman carrtod oil in. w ilasx trophy by defeating Uonal Rogui '•* 8 ooraa m the datura Ramgay v Simmons were L'l 17 2J—30; 11 -—21: 14—21, 21 — 17. R AIN FELL In Speightstown Bah up to Thursday. Rainfall returiM Bl Du> police Station raeon runnin OUT T1US OUT It wu pointed out I Un ColvnUI Nrcrrlary al Yesterdays I'i.-.* Conference that these hints on what to do before and after a hurrlcanr would be useful to householders. 1 Make sure you are acquainted with the warning altnal*. and that you know whs U In charge of hurricane n-lni In your district. If yoo dont know this, nukr enquiry at the nearest police station. 2 See that Uie fasteninc* "l doors and window* are seeurr. 3 If you have hurrlcanr thulter* be reruln thai they Mill tn .,,,1 have n.t warped. 4 Have rrady a small supply of tinned milk and tinned food AS emergency radons. i Keep hurricane lanterns filled with kerosene. After a Hurricane Warnlni 1 l>.. not ru*h to the tele(ihnii. and start rlnslne all your friends by MI IIOMIK Mm may prevent an mux.H mi i.it.,1, communication from celtlnc through. 2 Draw off some water into dear receptacles lor drinking: thul. fasten and barricade doors ami windows aa much as poftalblr. 3. I'.u, k.-is or a and ill help to put out Ares. I Take cover in as secure a shelter as posslhlc After a Hurricane: 1 Never drink water without bollln 2 Do not rrowd round relief centres unnecessarily. .1 Do nut iu sight seeing 4 Even If you are allghl't Injured It Is as well to hi %  i.. ul.:,.i a g a I D i I t run us. 5 I>o your best to helu th* Relief Organisation. Girls* Club To Bo Opened l / II I > / 7,7 / .. 10 ItCOtt verted into a Ourta* Cluh. This; is onisCluh, which wilt uI in tinIslaml. Mill in ii August 27 HOW being cull-.". C'onnrll of % %  %  Colonel MM I i ol PttUea i iic %  f th. Barhailos Ito.s' .mi i. i! ciuii-. arhieJO DO* nui Hill Itaii on Septenitiei I %  The appaal taki %  raffM Th katg • ill dollar each and tbi r it Priii ICI i %  ram; fourth petaa—sewing ma. j i linnand nfth prlag i bkyelc" Mi^.ini it kg bopi itai i %  li %  doltai to .i ." %  i" % %  rhaas i hiba m oan a lot u the boys and girls who UBB then Bnd peovlda % %  baaltlq itmotphen for them in thotl The banaAta ol lb in years to come." Tha marnoara "f tha Raj Buraot Club now have m quantity oil trays for sale. At the other ctubl | the boys also make Ht %  i are sold and a percentage gi>c I to the bO) and a pern NO FLEAS ON THIS DOG.. \ • H.i.n.l wnuw j •a is'1 "* 'Loraxana' 11 r i P puran H n t i.1 p ta I ilfet i ps-sis on datnastie Bnamab and poukr] It pataaanl and noo>Jrritanl to animal 01 inci / %  j raaarasasf awaaHi aai %  4Ja* .1 pacimv a/ "*• jiissawu asm! KdiPhannary vain \\ iiis SIIOH ., imltiM CoaJUstk Pa ih> lacond Unw In auc censive yeors, the drug hlMlnH of MI'SM Bruce Raffbadjoi Pharmac) nai won UM drug Ma urlndon dlsplaj 1 anpaUtlon dui %  Phan I) Week, staged by rnacaotkal BncMt] ol ri.L weak Week for toll In.' City Pharmacy gained ind Mr. C. Corlton tort thin ri 1* liragag arara Mi H Oran R \ J.i. k ,III.I Mi Rverton WUluuna Tonight .1 %  OCtal will !> %  • hel.l ,i'. Oueen'a Park fa the Btemben ol %  %  Ibati inonii'.. bringing l*harmac> 11 and RosUNDaal Kcoiiomic < OllllllilltT PHI Raaetrttva Commltteo ol tha Regional Reonomfc Committaa Monday, Augn-t -!Hth Tha lull Cotnmlitaa avill meet on Wednesday. August ttnd Tha ll.11 bados I)eleg.iti.Mi will OOtMUl ol Mi (i. 11 Adams, lie P and the following adi Mi Honourabla Bit John Baint, K' Tha 11 urabla H. A ink.-. v 11 K M L C Tha Honourabh K It Hume. M I. ( Mr l> (1 Jni Captain c,. j. Bryan, M C Acting Financial Sl'lllUll) The purpose of the meeting is I., i oii-nlrr (he report of the Trade Justices C. L. Taylor and If A Vaughun sitting in th. runaatani l.M Incna Court of Appi-ai raaharda] vark t Tha ..huh United Kingdom Deles atlj % %  ..ii.ul.i MM raa nort K nr rtine^ '' \[^V u n nf !" W hh| l' •* Wednesdaj when 1 70 mrli .port or prince c w Hudder who fined Daphnay (lljMIIK „„ da) not attend the healing of the after many adjoummtfi'.! The case was 0M S.I-..., Hall of King William Street, Baidgatown, cuuned CM for boarding and lodging three of Christian'! children worn July l, 1M9 to April 30. 195v tl 12 per dayThe boarding and lodging of the children was alleged to have oeCUrred when Doris Christian was 111. There were a boy and two girls. Christian is an Antiguan. M. J E, T Brancker appeared for Sylvia Hall and Mr. J. S B. ]i BI for Christian. ChriaUaD told the Court that she did not attend 'he court when judgment was given against her because she was ill. On one of the is likely that I will have to removu hv I.. Temple Yard. They replied i PSS KniKht of Christ Church 25 BBd 2/costs for assaulting and beat" ,' _,. n of Matchg '""' 'in M hi %  Thurad reporter, said: "I am namen€ | d s phihp. iv tnia*. .-.. —w --r-— ie. In mv opinion there should nlffifj that it would be very inconvenient p,. ,h r ee markets. One id Prince Their llonou .or them-My customers would like u/illiam Henrv Street, the other lo pay u tint M 10 fa IM William Hann Sin-el. With ,^t the Highways and Transport offence which was commlttl M a roof and sUlls laid out that site .-it,. j, f ,d 'he list either t CumMay 5 1951. would make a beautiful market." hcrland Square or Temple Yard. Olive Blackman. another if one market is built It Is not Ihe decision of Mr Hud*ervho Broad Street vendor for over 25 Enin8 t0 accommodate all the venJned ^kman iu/for BBBBI years, is also in favour of the dors in Bridgatown Instead Prince William Henry Street talk'tntf about building one whv site. "We have already made not tulk about two or three a good name for ourselves In %  %  this area: so why remove us to *, r% • j Temple Yard' If I am removed t*OCOa WBTYHtCGU to that spot I feel that I would r lose some of my customers ReHi, Worship Mr. H A. Talma, move us to Prince William HenPolice Magistrate of District "A" ry Street site and we shall be yesterday fined Mrs Philin Clalloquite satisfied." way of the Ivy. St Michael £3 for Nicey Belgrave. who for the past contravening the Price Control occasions when it was adjourned 30 years has been selling at Luke".i Order on July 5. 1951 letter stating she was Alley, to Broad Street side, said She appealed against the deA market on the Prince William clrlon. Mrs Galloway offer >d for Henry Street site would accomsale a quarter pound tin of Fry'i modate about two or three hunCocoa at 27 cents while the circd hawkers. It would hold all dule price Is 26 cents the hawkers from Broad Street. Swan Street, the adjoining alleys 1 and surrounding districts. It would be sanitary would b*i airy and 1 doubt very much that It The Barbados Nurses' Asaodawould aooll the surrounding Uon collected $490.64 at their anscenerv Take us to the Prince nual Flag Day which was run on William Henry Street site and are August 3. That amount WU more 111 ha satUflad." than last years M84 .3 and 1949 I Martha Ward of Hillaby. St. $386 34. but tl.<..ll>.tmri has ,.1 Thomas, has been selling at the 0 previous uccaaiun reached the ufand beating Knight on the she sent u 111 and she subsequently heard that the case was adjourned until June 3. June 3 however, happened to be a Sunday. It was after six adjournments that Judge Chenery gave his judgment cheT?B.\.A. Collecl SiW SIR CLEMENT MALONE GRANTED TIME EXTENSION Sir Clement Malono, who car_ ried out an investigation in conorilCr ^ j, iin ,^ street for manv *"00 mark, neetlon with the Prince.s Ah %  .. shy 1||lK „ vcrv ( „, IV .*HThe first Hag Ha Playing Field, reported that owing #n (Q M „ here to the Enquiry which he undeitook ;:• Antigua at the request ol Prefer Stittle Street the Governor nf the Leewaid Sne Mld uj ^ff,^ to.town four Islands, he would be unable to or lv( umw a wcck ^ ^11. On ubmit'his Report to His ExcelllMr i v ,\,. It .k-<1 Ihrreby enaorlns Ovenfrrihnes* rlfht up to ihe time u naeaea you. /~SK FOR: CRAWFORD'S SWEET H/SCUnS % %  • % %  "BEST RY TASTE" <|''. CAPACITY PITTED WITH ___ SEAMLESS BRASS PAN, COM\7Q AA •I.KTF WITH WBIOMTS **#.tt KITCHEN SCALES .-lh CAPACITY WITH STRONG SEAMLESS TIN PAN COMPLETE SLQ ^Q WITH WEKillTS • r.JJ ll %  /. I,„I,I 1,1 r,,,. Stmett ts. MESH WIRE AssulL'il wiilllis uncl '.I. 11 sis 1 • ll") l..i I'l.-li Poll BtoUl Win'—llnnily (Siilvnimril HARDBOARD TERMITE PROOF WOOD SUBSTITUTE :l/lli" thick Shrrls: I x II. S. Ill, li Irrl %  thick Sli.-.ls: I X uml III led. EXPANDED METAL IN NIIKKTS I v N'—ASSORTED MBflH Sizes: From j to 2 ncross UROWMl imrl uf diamond shaped mesh. I 1 rou WILL ram OUR PRICES TO BE MOT Ml HI Ll COMPI TITIVl: BUT DEHMTKI.Y ADVAMTAOEOUS YOUR ENQUOUBS Wll.l. Ill: APPRECIATED, HARRISON'S Hardwnrc Dept. Tel 2364 [ TODAYS SPECIAL DELIGHTFUL AND DELICIOUS PRUNE CREAMS — AT — I IMIOHNIX SODA rOlMAlN RECENTLY ARRIVED! 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SATl'RD \ M i I -i BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'AC.I CLASSIFIED ADS. !•! in ii SALES urn RENT 'in'-(Hi nea ad IS aad 11 %  immbr of worda up to . and run SALS REAL ESTATE IIOVSES IN Ml MIIWXM AUTOMOTIVE %  u < Leo %  i % %  '.II •* %  .! a c o M XdMR pitced "* %  ma n uaa si-m III il u a-aa BBARJZB I 1 %  %  i panad i Model in poled >. sine, paint upiwiiWfy and : M Ming C 81 II 1 IT I 91—sn That -err domble buaineta praniltrt kiown aa No n Swan Itr.-ct occupying %  comer a-le and atandmg an BIO aq.iaie Mr r • H nit* prii mill llat • i 1 p m al the <.* %  ..-e ,.( il,. i lUaralgnru .MIHIMITON A ItfcALY It I SI IJ-i %  ml Aq.i-.ts: Club* All mi... App.. on premleea S • M-ll MAfiwiN Murill Road, from kpt r /..drru. I IW1 Blur iln> T'i' IAN It top Mil s Bg, %  L.f I.I,.I M..i.cll IIXM. n*iuc i %  DArti A %  MU KM l*ne> i a M %  • noofttvu.T i=.|.hn) Frigldair .-1 **a-bathlng f *aw Phono TSBt NOTICK 1M M.Waj Veoaei VMMT t-*I>\ • raapoNMPI* lor am a-ai r dcota con IB* crew ilnnni r,i IUV u BARBADOS TURF CLUB PAYMENT OF PRIZES i p I'ail-Mutuel and Forecast CniBpaUtaon Pi ./• % %  Hill be paid CHI JI.-I < %  M bint. and Serial Prior* or. and from Mond.iy 27th instant Payment will IT from 12 0< noon to 300 p.m. daily. G. A LEWIS. Secretary. 178.51—2n 1.101 OR I l< 1 \M NOTICI GOVERNMENT NOTICE Cata i sarap *i.e.i %  %  o M A A C fBBtilNALD li.-a m Appl — nl %  rod Hal* Dial liU M .g.i. i!_.... Ihree l| DUM | %  llOHrtt !.| i>r>r *nd will not br long lime >e* DArt. A S..MI Dial JTU tm n : tar N -i AvaOahta tat %  September IB a M— so mourn i It-itlne. I .r.nln I CAB 1*4* K-l.cr *-.-)., >! %  laps FORT ROYAL %  4*4 II I SI -*n IM1 Model in good i.i vrn good Dial IS S Jl -Jn Mi If %  lit OR FXCHANGE O. no. nl. Guirn, en liable ).. n>h f,it llv l>|-ll,l • •mallor -on aaai pi tricrplioauil *rl ( i. M opportiml adraaiai 1 .. d tl r. ugh AarnK B4 m dul. i %  si-iJn %  %  Mm AC" %  .; ..i VBARD %  Jamo> airool Hill III TIIK CAMP On ih. !Wa. sx lj.wror.ro F.-.lv brruli-d Dial I3&1 Mm ii" Tin; cilXN IH Law Irom I %  .til Sljliei, Waeaoi ii a) ,IXMIIMI;MI:^IS ASrHO C..1H" and Ru b.iMia bipaor Cjvlo ToloplH-no sm. IS I 51 in I 111 TBICAL n \IIH-.I Bl Ml( Hummer Day* on %  %  -. > M MADE i Bnqjlrlo* lo D M Sllnarr.ren.da M81 T^n 60VERNHENT Mil HI Attention If drawn to the DeI ntrol of Drug and Patent .nid Proprietiuy Medicine Pric Orttor, 11.51. No 14 which will bpuUlalMd in thl-n impound .%  : "A" laml Kaplan Mart and on Li--..: i %  Antl i \. kn Si ,,|. I' Pnlatol-philu 'PaJatol-compound I • pound I front i ted Klnirdoml. i.i-i-ini(from United tUngdom) ..'^an I'..IV'..MH Cai datoUd in tin tv rrom tba Dofance (Control i -i Order 1951. N 1 17 8 51—1 1WNS .'lima: and Doalt ana n>-d* and keep ro.il VTI Da Cnta A I' Llnlriral Depl II S SI n AUCTION I'MiKK Till; KII.VKK HAMMER U I -I (.AH ft. roeommondalion „f Uo>da Agent• I Kill 1011 mi FRtnAY '"e ITIfi |D1 %  • Dark CrviUI Sugar I'RNDUItli linn %  i w Airnsi ain W.i II F.I. I' MitTRiflanvipjuM nnMid i Irumni Mathtnea. IIOIU. neel.. Blurt*. Collar*. Dtoaar. a DM Imiirr Dial 3*11. Da Cmla & Co. Ltd Electrical Dopt II I SI -In I l.li IKK -1 MINI! M\( MINI Trie all Electric Machine thai make. Se iM and Darnina ra.v Dial 3171 Di i-.-ta A % %  i II Dcpt ii a si -ar I Tradort t.id 11.Manmnf Co Ltd Si.,-1 HldK llcihoad S P Miiaon Hon A CO II,.dr.%  ... ItKWhli: TROTMAN ft VO. \li' til.Ill ITi:\OKR TIIK DIAMOND II \ MM Kit i MAY*: ran kaatnactMl b^ u, ...... I Hoau. It.. COMPANION lor middle ..gr la Good acrom modal ion in pi.-..nut i tM Apply: p O Boa 143 It I Bl I I MIS< -FLI.ANKOl'S OOW • 'I'Tli.llLMull On. t. cu II 12 o'clock noon on Friday. Auguit ll*t IfcSI fur repaira lo the St. aaatthewi' t"li;ipol H...I In PtaaWdaaaaa with a iperl. I .-lion which can be aeon on appUoBllon i.. ihl. OfBre The Cliurehwarden don not bind hlmaeiT to acropt tba towawt or any lander and Ulo penon or Firm whoaa tender mbo MVaatq itaUot their wiiiman. C.pt aurrlvihlp for the aallalai Inr. m lormanca of the work rKKD J ASHHV Chur.hBi.rd. Pur<--hial n RniUlelown MISCELI^NKOIS Shopplna Centt TAKE NOTICE K-Uk 31 Aa New. price i dollara Tilt. K-ighta Lid ;itr Pharmacy. II I Si T T N Da@QDS[l DRUHS Fltf. empt,drumo at t>l SO each Apply II II M.tA Co. Ltd IM-i SCOT i. II M .. "KaDUE" COS Fire I'jun tful.hr ri %  $T0 OP each Modal i'.i w i rh Dial *J7 T Grddci Oranl. Ltd 11 1 II -In NOTICE RARnAIXlS IN THE A —l-t *M I Ol HI III Al-I'l M. Re Harknea anpeB.uaIIen Aet. 1X1 Notue la haraby iiacai Ik %  • Uaau Gnodliig. an Enainoer. furmerly roai.ling at FalrvMw. Chrut Church, died aa a [ reault ol Injunea %  ualalnod when he loll Irom a ladder during hla employ at Roberta* Manuiarliirinf Co Lai., Bay Muli.iel and that comptnaation hag boon paid Into Court All dependanta of Ihe above-named A Ionia Goodlna idecea*edi are hereby requratrd i appear at the AaalaUnl Court ol Appeal on Wcdneaday the and rlav of Aunuat. IPSI. at 10 o'clock a Rl thtled thia 21th day nf July IPSI A W IIAHI'II* Clerk. Aaal.at-.tit Court of Appeal J nn^ni . Duck* < FRANCIS rilWAItll ( IIAK, Deceaaed NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal Knight %  Ltd reaTal Thai GINF.lt AIPOOtW CORPOIUATtON, a corporation orKanUad and ...-tiT-.aunder Ihe i-w. of I Iliaare, L'nllad Slatea ot A-H.-IKI v > %  tiad' ' buiineaa addrCM U HO rorl KM V..I. InMO SUtr. Of America. Manufacturer., raa applied for the rettaf~ n* in l*"' "A !" "' In rcapect of tea and enffee. oa-a -. | -lor the aame art. th (torn the I<*lh day of Auui ir pern .hall Bl BM ni. a. in duplicate to me i %  %  ...... in he r.ti n %  Urfl lib da>' ••*';• %  %  Regl.l H IW II.IJAM-S ; %  -l. H -%  Ifl I M—3r i 10-DAVS NEWS FIASH j; Cut Sujar llamlliiMik I, tManual for Cono B.,H IT H K Jr t I Mmg 1 U B SPaWCKR%  "<* MF-^Hl atii aaJIIKm, lloviaeo I %  :: ;' t; i. ned at s t nV!n.r. anjoaj and bRf1l %  uour uvefc-endJ and \ td.--itl* Auiuat |e aome petaon .hall In the %  ,. pf ..ppoa.tior. ol .uCh iegl.1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  RATES OF EXCHANGE i ia A en n Cheque. .,n | ... ai 4 10 %  P Demand Dram Nl ti'. pr Siarhi Draft. Cl 1 io P ' .„ ,-. „ ..| 11., pr. Currency *• "; P -,. ll I io-. p To-Davs (i. A. Sunt; ^ "I Love You". . I love you I do." Thai** what every woman iay when she iee the modern Gai Cooker! i ci Jlth day of April mi a tmm loqulrea to .end partirular. of their cUim. duly alteaied Xthe underaigned Mra Nlta McLean Harvey Read the qualified eKerulrlx of the decaaard in cara ol Maaara R S Nlrholl. Co Roebuck Streat. Bridgetown. Solldtor* on or before the fifteenth day o' September IBM. after which date I %  hall proceed to dl.lrlbiile the alaetl (rl I among the partlea .ntitled thereto having regard only lo a.ich aMBM pf which 1 ahall then have had notice %  nd lhat 1 will not be liable for the v part thereof *o di.tni.ijt.-i to any peraon ot whote debt or i-latm I (hall not then have had notice All peraon. Indebted lo the -.it -lil. are requerted lo -etlle th-ir ,ndebtodi-a. without delay Dated. Ilila ath day nf Julv. IBM (VITA fete IF-AN HARVEY READ Qualified Eeciitrn ol the i I """" "*"*' Cn " -:. {Christian Scienw \ Pleading Room > 1ST FLOOR, BOWBN At BOKS k | mroad Sire, li I I Hour. 10 a m 2pm A Tuoadava. Wtdneada> i. Frkdnv-. %  § 10 am U oclock Saturd." f •J At thl* Room Ihe Bibla and a. I the Chilalian Science te.l-boo* %  Srienee and Health with e% U Bthe Scripture. b> MAHV BAKEll k. < EDDY may be read, borroa-ac 1 %  or purchoaad VISITORS ARK WVLCOBU | ^'eVe'e*e'e'e-,-,V*.'e---.'e------'''''''-';. i; ilndrr the ausplrra nf the j > Leeward v— %  %  '.of ; J* ( uliur^l BaaaaSHHl | A LECTURE v — will be given by — I Mr MONH. Ill T< HIS^liN S (Librarian, House .,f At-^ ly, Author >f "Behind ; I The Mace") I ~lit CONKAD KI.Hlhi S At the WEIOHT8TOWN I.IRKARY N MONI'W August 20th .* illpm 5 VOI ARE (ORDIAI.LV . INVIII l •I 17 8 51 In. V*-',*e'e*.*,'e'e*-'e'e*-'-'-'--.'-'''GOVKIt.VMEM ,\0TI(F JAMAICA t.OVI KNMI NI KAII.U 11 Application faff I'oal of DraughUman-Surveyor • oral ara invited from cjualiiied paaTBOTil no4 OTOff the age nf 45 years, for the pensionable' post of Draughtsman-Surveyor ID the Combtaad Engineer Inn (Civil A Mech.iiK.iil) Ol the Jamaica Government Minlway. J Aj.|ilu;iiits should be abU %  i prapan ipadiVailOfBl for rjuUdUVgl and other EnginceritiK Works. BuparvtM the nctual on or rnlnoi Ennineerii.i; Works, and carry mil levelling and surveying, and should be iii.iliii.-il ..mi experienced U i Mechanlcal Dr.iwim: BBd design BIK! be able lo pi. cfianical spechlcnllons 3. The Hilary Is In the iciile i: 7H5 a year rising by increment Of 125 to £920 a year. The maximum salary may be offered to •> suitable candidate. The appointment will be subject to the (Kissing of the pfi medical examination as to physical fitness and will bfl 00 prabatlOfl ; %  %  4. Applications in wntmr stating qualifications and BXparl ltd DB BddraBB B d t.i rn Oerraral Manager. Jam.i.i i Q %  : i Railwaj. and til bt eaivad up t<. dia 16th of s. pu i U-r. 1951. (Sgcl.) E HAMILTON. Acting Cranaral Uanaaar. 18851-tO TAKE NOTICE POST TOASTIES Tfeat l.l-NKKAl I' M ,l.v C i miBe Wi.r... ADVERTISE' GOVERNMENT NOTICES VI \r.K\\OKKS llll'AKTMENr I'WMIM OF HATER RATES i ratoi in raasacl of the .ui.iitei ending 3o:h B> 1951. .-He hei\'by notnicd Ui.H unless ; I lest* tales are paid on or bafOri the 3IM of August. 1951. e Department, as authorised by Mition 48 of the Waterworks Act 1.HB5-1, may stop the •ratal from flowing into the premises in ; %  rattan aueta ratoi ua •Hhtr by nitUnfl off the |:ipe to such permlses. or by such ttiev may Hunk fit, and .ke I'UH'cedinKK IO ree.ivei ,,u\ iimounl due. 12.8.51—3n LISTS OK I III TORS AS and when Hie LBM .iiiblishe.l In with icctean ii of tinBpada . \ I i A.t. IMI, a b .if these eli.l.ii.il lists will h M.ill.ii.le (.i| •..!. ..1 ': ing prices;— A land *30 (HI St. Michael (excluding Btoam) %  hurch r.o Hemainmn ..nisiiimn 2 4i aach Individual .iistru t N Anplicatninv IhOuld DC the Qoionlal s. ratan M\IKs|n M ( VMItKllif.l Mil \l RXAIfllNATIOrag -lMM \ 11 OYEUI \-> -i in MII ii .inn \u BXAMINATtON All |%  %  %  (ill i 01 .111 .ill! I BUUM rtattJ candidates who will be ination in Deo %  Th.it Then i-.-< %  not qualify thaan t-> ra-antai In IN I 1951 but who an raol I a Dora %  %  i95i tniut flr.^r %  %  %  %  %  %  lion lo %  if the llirih 11 i, %  9th August : SHIPPING NOTICES /I .1 .Nil I IM tri'LII ATIONS in.m Sanitary Inapeelars and Ke'lslered Nuraes lllosplUI Trained) for Course of Trainmr at the 1'iiblir llr.ilth Training Centre In Jamalei. Applications arc Invited from Sanitary Inspectors and I!, Nurses (Hospital trained! who are willing to he MM vanced courses which are expected to last alioul eleven and ton respectively at the Public Health Centre in Jamaica Applicants should apply In writing ln-fore Ihe 20th August lO the Director of Mi-.in al Seivm OovarTUnanl lluilding'The Wharf, and a full curriculum vilae %  nmtld bl in. hide.I in the application. The scholarships for these COUrMB, if 10011 vide:— (a) Free air passage to and from Jamai. a (b) Subflsti'tice allowanre at the rate of $4 80 per night. 1. married, or $2.40 per night, If single (c) Travelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14 4i> | %  month (d) Contingencies at the rate nf $4 80 par iiimith 3. The scholarships win only be granted on the (olkrwll dltions la) That the Commissioners of Health agn. tn pa\ t. th. officer, oil or hei -,dai> while absent 00 stud.' leave, where Ihe %  ppllconl i •mplOfOd '" UK '' missioi.. i (h) That the officer seUeted agrees to entet a DOOd 10 continue in tin-crvit'e ul the liiiiiliiivsniii.i 01 other body or Board in the Island traMN function is ti administer Public Health 4 8 51 -3n. TAKE NOTICE GRAPE-NUTS That OaWCKAI. FOOIaS CORPOHATIcIN .. .ory.i.i under the Uwa of the Stale of Dela-.n. I lad Btal I %  'ddraaa I. BO Park Avenue. Now York Now VotB Amanro, felanufacturets. ha. applied for thiegi.in.tion of a t "A .f lie*inter In reaped of cereal fooda. and -ill ba alter one month Irom lit* lath day ot A.aguai IPSI. untew. dime give notlca In dupllrate to me at mf ..I'l.r ol Tha Hated thl. I i Say of Angii-i lati II Wlli.MMs Mefll. ,1 %  !( Tl % %  %  IH I SI In TAKE NOTICE Thai CONTVNBNTAt. FOODS, U*C a corporation OHMale of nelawaie. United Stale* of America, whoi la Ism Hudaon Klreet. Hoboken. New Jcraei I Ufa II 1 "*" %  ba" applied for tha reglatralton of a trade mark I ("-tatuffa. Including anup< and inare-lienl. 01 v' -ftel M Oat .fflce %  %  %  t . • %  i, .,. gfaaa ..f Amartta u^nufai In Part A of Reataf r I aoiipa. aiHl v i,, .a August rale In me at -. s PORT FAIRY" .. ..II fraaa H.d..trl June SSih Ii..*... J %  ;nh. MackaJuly KHh. Hi i I BB at Trinidad S.pti mltt-r ath. and Harbado. i i., ,. %  --. .'^ %  l'>. n mil. oi %  11 RNtsa HIIHI • in IIO TMlMIXAD. n w I in k v %  iiiiiii'i II no 'i i < iBtaaai no M \ DAI " -v HARRISON LINE OOTWARD FROM TI12 UNITED KINODOM :S s s s s. 9 3 MTRONi "PLANTER" "SCHOLAR" SKI .w TOR" %  i l.„ -.pool Hth Auit 1 24th Am %  %  %  HOtlllWARD FOE faa UNITED KINbUun Cla* %  I* v ,„,l For ''' SS MA'ISHr I \ ar further lnforamtlon apply to • DA COSTA & CO. LTD.—AgenU ^Mc0o, s*"^** NEW YORK SKRVKK U ORNUtM. AIITKJAS aaii HTF-WtFH • .n1-1 Aigo.l STT.AMI.I IMh Aug.. 1 1 ORLEANS KKRVICE mn July A A • %  CANADIAN SFRVIt K BaJp Maatreal COA "Afl CQA P1L0 %  Rflltr.RT TIIOM LTD— NKW VORK AM .i l 1 --IKVICr APPLY:—DA COHTA A CO. LTD—CANADIAN StRVUK ending under the lawi ol 11 lulled St.it" • *>oae trade or huilneia addreaa la Park A. io. New York. New York L'nlled Slate, of A'hoappli-l fat the ..^.atratlon ol J trade mark In Part A ol Ri ...p.--t o( gaaajkl BMakl, and will BS en titled to regl.trr the mf after on nonth Irom the l#lh Bay o A iguil 1SS1 unloia aome p.-t U~n mean I., me at mi -IT.tr of oppoallbou ot BHM -k can b -•on on appiieaiwai Jt my afflca. D't'd "ii" %  '*' '•* "' Auguit. ISSl H will IAMS 1 i. % %  %  is a M i S I Church BM1 \ •: : \ lie. Upper Claphum. Chrlat O Applt H W. Webator. O IS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? Did you save as much n> you it Ui Ipata i turlrui tha p i How much have you nvao In tha paal t.ve ..tm ft a If your savings plan is boutni 00am. yotl nee#. I h.vr II In Oa to. ...... mm f K.xm 1 1. iMi'imn i# t ..rni-r uf Brand I lod.u NOTICE III) IIIMOVSIKAIKIV raoTi:> l i r Ml\III FKAMIIISr, BILL 'iv BntttOd by Uie l^-g%  %  %  th Afnra uriat.. tain place on Saturday. 18th August, by the . BAKHA1MIS WORKKRSI NTtlN has been postponed until s\ll RDAV. 25th August. at I 31 p m CHILDREN PLEASED WITH THEIR FAVOURITE BOOKS!! I.i-l i/imiI hilili-fti i-ifini' in tir. I ••> lhi> tnllnu-infi :— Till: SHIP (IF AnVK.STI'KK—liv Knid lllylnn ( MII.DRKSS M.W II.I.ISTRATKII ENCYI I.OI'KIII X QOfUR BORKS IN— by ( .plain \V. E. John* TIIK WIUSTOW TALISMAN—by 1'i-rcy P. W.-sl.rni.in ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE ,'. :*.•.:*.•*.'.;;: '.:'.;• %  .<,:::•.<*',•* v.*.*. v rVrW-'