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ESTABLISHED

HURRICANE RAGES
ACROSS YUCATAN:
BRITAIN OFFERS
AID TO JAMAICA

MERIDA, Mevxico, Aug. 20 Py oe
‘THE CARIBBEAN HURRICANE caused “wide Mr. Trenn: an

spread damage’’ as it raged across the Yucatan}
Peninsula, and panic stricken inhabitants of this) Cl
iallenge
public buildings. The hurricane already had killed: 7 ore
109 persons when it raked Jamaica. LT he Soviets

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TUESDAY, 1951

TORAY

AUGUST 2),
TWENTY-ON

PRICE :

U.N. TROOPS CE
— BOGUS LETTERS

SOMEWI CORBA, Aug. 20
F Weis sudegh Is UNITED NATIONS PATROLS all the
Optimistic

.
front have been receiving for three
TEHERAN, Aug. 20











and Chinese
Communist front line units arrange an informal
armistice themselves while cease-fire talks continue

days mys
terious letters proposing that U.N.



ati said Mohammec} at Kaesong.
stim about a settlement of The letters, ungrammatical and awkward)





glo- Irs ‘nian oil dispute and



composed, have been lefi

| ho} a >» “Et some result from in the advance of the

. Ooay s talina,’ so Sas. front lines where U.N. natrols would find them or
lossadegh’s 1opeful opinions $

| Were voiced after a 20-minute have been delivered by Korean farmers who
wWerence with Richard Stokes - ¢ j s

conte, ve ae Gene tee approach patrols under a white flag,

Mission, and W Averell Harri- 5 j Addressed to “Amer

man, President Truman’s special

r r
j /
ersis envoy, Jel e

ie k British ffice nd 1
° letters are wctie \ dent
GHC | they say: Firstly, peace tal

They. say peace

















Earier Mossadegh had called 7) ‘ e Kaesong have been going or ne
. . ° ° giae 1 the Shah. Mossadegh said he / > di ti. > July 10, but soldiers on both side
High winds and torrential rains lashed this saa os aa Wish xebre catenin tates / “Ue CEES | | July, 10, bit soldiers op both: sig
: ‘ ASHINGTON, Aug. 20. than ‘esterday i ea pie S
city of 100,000 people, but Government officials} gruman in a message to Con- Se al rare kl sihitwas idee’ senkes pirate neediess « es, .
were hopeful that the storm might veer around grejy, challenged Russia on Mon- vid. variously that talks had QUARTERS, Ki Kug>-40Tehauia’ talk fovea athe
day to prove the Soviet desire roken down,” gone on the ranks supporting | ‘ ‘ Ch ! '

Merida and other Yucatan population centres. for peace by sincere action, re "and “passed all hope for [force beat off a Red « he "i Rex nes

ite Miami see Bureau Pending definite evidence that re ment” ittack and captured t ‘ inte ects me Aad
said an area of suspicion north-}_ Russia really wants to modify its lossadegh did not say whatfhills o th ! { e fi ’ 1 that
east of Puerto Rico had flattened |] “dad May idee te : tae made him optimistic, Wester: ‘ ,

prea pts present aggressive policies, the 1 € art flamir re ' c
opr ane pee being dismissed as "1 President urged Congress to move Bs de pee ii St had presented { fantryt ‘ Fou plic wuled
vossible hurricane spawning | Hegal Immigrant a i with his programme for Lobe t aa ” § pe siewren ward ir ir { ind rou Kor ;

“Aircraft observers . went out! ee 5 j national security and world peace i Brit ain was he % likely orl tan strates poin e ft inne {

‘ ee Ee 7 oO 2 ‘ | fro t } tior

this morning but could not + . * He urged particul: rly that Con- ese fas nile 1 u h i i .
anything,” the Weather Bure iu] Campaign gress restore the $30,000,000 House i tt 2 Ing 1 cease } 1606.
said. “Settled conditions prevail , : ° - . ‘ cut in appropriations for the | oe on Jul t gr! t m to he eed
in other tropical areas now.” f yraseee ne eee Ce a | Voice of America. He said all | - he Communist put up far upon, deleg of front li unit

The” Rew Ovleana’ Weather| “oe os ee a ee a. possibie means should be used to | ‘ ren resistance. Allied. tro ha hould eee, in No-Man’s-Lan
Bureau reported at 10 that | nications are that the Gov-|carry the American messo ge R 1 hi I ° » Jad them out of the hol t isa “friendly party,” each 1
the : bucrigane “hed hates ‘al 0s ;;emnment may abandon its all-ou: Sarinadls the iron curtain. Ussian UPHS |... onets, grenades ar : t uarantee the other euri
YtNatan Peninsula into the Gulf} ©o™Paign egainst 6,000 illegal The President transmitted irtillery flee a basis of military he
of Mexico and was about 30 miles |#=erants. Accommodation at the] she House and Senate the recen | Ag yains | Stalin Tanks were brought up to tir {' tae San Dare
northwest of Merida. | ktoyal Jail has been fully taxed,}.. from Soviet Presiden‘ point blank into bunker { me letter ‘ ied "Ct

As it moved across the penin-|/@l2wing “Operation Deporta-| shvernik to the resolution passe engagement Turkish trooy ee Volunte For
sula, it lost part of its strengih | To" Many immigrants have} Qoarjier this year by Congress BERLIN, Aug. 20 bayoneted and even a ht ture of an
and the maximum wind velocity | 2&2 refused admission at the pledging friendship for the Rus- Allied officials disclosed on{Chinese in a bloody battle j | whose identit inkr
was 75 miles per hour within 3( «i, and have been imprisoned] miles of the centre.— jet tne Police Headquarters until a oe : : jened their “economic blockade” - ata eee we t letter each day f t

“Our own correspondent cabling | further notice. wk apes anatase tae PRINCESS MARGARET will spend her twenty-first birthday to- [of Berlin and refused to pass} q.0//NUNEIS struck back Letters, though iden

4 . t s € a é ! ze% fi ounterattack a . t *
from London says that offers of Major Stent said that a ship the readlution Bertha Soviét. Preals day at Balmoral. Here she is en her way to Scotland.—1.E.8. | tree coal tre eins’ me iking the daily midnight aalithwraut .f.. JOamnson in different handwritir \
help from Britain for Jama vould be chartered to take pro- iain qi was error. .and misrepre-|~~ paola ai nenante | Wee from Western Germany Obheir mali central ent ates rein Bny li
hurricane casualties have been! !ibited immigrants back to their ata. ve [a : t ree 2 yo officials said sold Tie id in part It has beer
made to Sir Hugh Foot, the Gov- |} ave islands. t He s lid it was unfortunate tha | toree my Arce ethore: " ' ae a t The initial impaet tt Re Alcs oe er on ‘ebay ae phat
ernor of the island. His reply is The Hon. Mitra Sinanan has], i , at Me 1 on e ki seeault lishtl Nanettated ; et f Not only is fight

: Stes 3 I as ats ’ }| the Russian document gave no as | West German border on Friday P ht i i dill Boing on. bu?
being awaited to find in which} tabled a question to the Colonial urance of changes in’ the hostil Allied line but U.N. troops re ne hi » bu : ‘
direction help can best be given.’ Secretary, inquiring whether the Cae at miler 7 olicias of the | Soviets have already blocked] their positions after a five-hou : — Pas be rome an obstac!

Si i D Order of te eae a Soviet Union which now threat © j the export from Berlin of goods{hattle. The Communists wit } tt ei m: 4 eat Sie
“ D Order of 1950 is still in force, : : ki cha bie Pant, Etaantnn Aen a ee at there may be somethin;
wo Ships Due _ | Order of 1950 is sill in force, ana) Or Worta peace e@ bi DED iit torced tne weet to inetituts| comes ot te say a ene, | ot 8 pencetul of th
t ; “ . . " : . *s 5 ©} cesses of the day near the westert iesons prob »

All day today, telephones have} in view of the acute economic Sc it a ; uanaeaees <= 7 {a commercial “baby airlift’ tofend of their main offensive fron lk cat i , : nti om Mint oe
been ringing in the Colonial Office | crisis facing the Colony intends] * oviet nion wants to make pro MEXICO CITY A rust 20) | ship goods out. Officials said they which Curves 25 mile ana bai : : an be co nued and mear
and the West India Committee! to act on the Ordinance, If this} 8'ess toward peace, it ean sto} : f ME, , / ugus 20). j did not take a serious view offo¢ the Yangon th . rake vhile needless casualties on both
from people wanting to find out: Ordinance is put into force, it flouting the authority of the THE HURRICANE that killed at least 115 persons,’ the new ban. They said three} ?y 4 n eeu es 8 * ern « . des may be eradicat

: . ¥ ’ , i g 3%? Tr ¢ , ir . i 7 © ‘ q ‘ oO wat ’ ” eas ow re ! i re oO ’
the . latest news of relatives,| will cause an exodug of non-| United Nations Truman sug- whipped the Gulf of Mexico with 120 miles an hour Winds |coal trains passing though Mari-[ gon of J isa client : % Pre 2 meine eed:
friends, and property in Jamaica,| Trinidadiang from the Colony.| gested Russia stop supporting) Monday night and all Texas coastal towns were alerted for|@mborn brought only “a small ~—U.P ioacenuitilat ohaviaue thut tt diolated
In a letter to the Daily Express} Not only will the labouring class} 2¢med aggression in defiance of the big blow. The Naval-Air Station at Corpus Christi, | °°" Of (he) etly 8 coal supply it nets oy

to-day, Mr. D. E. G. Williams, the} be affected, but doctors, lawyers,| U.N. and stop subversive moves
night editor ofthe Daily Gleaner,! and magistrates will be involved.} in other countries :
who is on holiday in this country, He aso challenged Russia to
describes the horrors of a hurri- The Ordinance declares all] join in good faith in seeking real
cane and says, “Everybody in| persons of the class mentioned to disarynament and control of
Jamaica looks to a Government} be undesirable immigrants on} atomic energy.
that must look to Britain.” economic grounds. Such undesir- “Unless we have concrete evi-
A Colonial Office spokesman] ables, according to the Ordinance,} dence that the Soviet Union has |
said this evening that no news| are: “Persons not belonging to} in fact changed its policies, I can-|
was available of any relief fund! the Colony who wish to enter or|not advise Congress to chang
being started for Jamaica yet have entered the Colony for the] policies of the United States.” |
purpose of seeking or engaging —U.P.
in a class of employment, for





A Canadian Press message from







London says that: Two Royal! which there are available candi- as e ‘

Navy frigates have been ordered} dates in the Colony.” W E ] P

to Jamaica for hurricane relief! * ’ oo rices
duty. Bigbury Bay is scheduled Before the Acting City Magis- ~ ‘ z

to arrive at Kingston from Bar-| ‘rate presiding in a Port-of-Spain Goin U

bados to-morrow. The Sparrow | court+10 more persons she been
is due there on Wednesday from, ed to'be kept in custody un : 7 |
permit An Admiralty spokes-| deportation. Seven of them ars ’ WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.
mits said that the frigates wiJi, Gremadians, the others are from World wool prices will pro-|
ined A aboard medical officerg,; St. Vincent and St. Kitts. They" bably average somewhat higher
vedi , a plies F aid that,;than the present levels next
medical sup PS

and sick berth | pleaded guilty but some
| they were glad to go back home. | season, the Department of Agri-
culture spokesman said in a re-

}view of the wool trade situation.

attendants.





the world supply of wool pro-
bably will not be greatly different
from last season. World produc-
'aion is expected to be slightly

(By WALTER COLLINS) é
' jlarger. These inereases probably
CAIRO, August 19. will be just about offset by the
THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN TRE ATY of 1936 is almost|reduction in joint organization
t § in stocks in consum-
certain to be abrogated by Egypt this autumn, and some | holdings and in stocks in consun

“Military requirements during the
howdown Between U.Be een
O Savetantial At the sé
above last year and the carry-
ing countrigs”
informed quarters predict that Egypt would boycott the *

same time,
a
. |
Egypt Coming Near
over in major exporting areas 15
Department said stocks ol
the British ; sar-



Suez Canal Zone, and try to ‘starve out” apparel wool held in the United
rison there. Informed quarters believe that the nullifica-| States last April 1 represented
tion of the treaty would be followed by the withdrawal of |about 17 weeks of consumption

British | 2¢ the current rate — the lowest
for that time of the year since
1941.—U.P.

thousands of Egyptian workmen engeged by the
in the Suez, and by an attempt to cut off food, water, ne

other supplies to British troops

at



rate the showdown be-





At ar 2
tween E t and Brita is” Cx % . z
Russia *s A-Bom bs pect ted in the ‘ns tow Ww enn Poison Gas?

ind it is expected to be so serious

take the spotlight of

: hat it will p
Gel Bigger And the Middle East crisis away from Korean Communists charged on
Ira oil dispute. The treaty of{ Monday that “American bar-
Better

1936 provides that Britain has the] barians” are using poison g
ight to maintain troops in the] bombs in Korea during the Armi

NGTON, Aug. 20 Suez, and that the Anglo-Egyptian] tice Talks. The Soviet News

tive Melvin Price, a

Cotagressional

LONDON, Aug. 20.







Sudan shall remain a_ British Agency Tass distributed a Korear
protectorate until its people have Communist News Agency dis-
matured sufficiently to determine y



Representa
member of the

Atomic Energy Committee, said ; ; t patch quoting the charge by Kim
in a House speech < fonday|what kind of government they] Guk, President of the Pyongyang
that Russia has more atom) want Committee of the Korean Red

bombs than we expected, anda Abrogate Treaty
they are bigger and more potent
than previously believed. These
are tough facts for us to face, but
tougher still if your district is
neluded in one of our many vit kal
metropolitan critical target area

Cross Society.
—U.P.

OUT:
OFF

Aug. 20

The present belief is that Egypt
has decided to abrogate the treaty
mbers of Mustafa El Nahah
ia’s Wadfist cabinet are pre-
paring the terms of the abroga-
tien, which will consist cf a leg-



TONGUE CUT
EARS CUT
ASMARA, Eritrea,



"12



jand embassies,





such as mine is.” jel tive: a6 Three Ethiopian shift were
Price, who is from Chicago, said possible, however, that a panes tor one out the tongus
that the United States faces the al session of Parliament may ene! May - ve re a. 2
possibility “of multiple atomic}! ummoned to approve the act. he wa joey Te etait at uF
bomb drops.” Price said that There i little doubt that it will} ®® Was 4 police intérmer.—v.P,
lussia “is not as laggard e|be carried by an overwhelming See ie





Fee cepa eet ctinic tates inneeenenamaniepmetanvertaeiane

are” about civilian defense. Hej ajorit im both the Senate and

said that the Soviet Union has|the Chamber of Deputies.

Mea? civilian defe mi 3ehind Erypt’s decision is irri-

wilh ar tation at Britain's refusal to set :

_ any date for the complete evacua- PARIS, Aug. 20.

tion of its from the Suez|_ France is becoming increasingly
5 and the feeling that the/@"noyed with Anglo-American
rightfully part of Egypt = licy in the Mediterranean and

f . pres s for a larger say in Near
Hostile Elements

troops

TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART











: : ec " affairs at the Big Three
Sunrise : 5.50 a.m- There is the feeling that tton conference next
Sunset: 6.05 p.m the treaty i brogated réliable quarters said
Moon: Last Quarter 24th. . look pon B: ritis h troc ‘ An important segment
Lighting Up: a p.m the Suez t t lement | f Government, while pre-occu-
High Tide: 6.37 a.m. and hick i € ich.|pied with a1 issues that still
and 6.56 p.m, Sucl tuati . f cx ejthreate political stabilit are
Low Tide: 12-30 a.m. and , fc Mi be 1 more and more frank
2.35 p.m. Fast ' th ndemnation of alleged
| U.P I € f t



France Annoyed Over Anglo—U.S.

Kaeson;
that a

neutralit
politically
group” had

UP.
Texas, has already evacuate

weather bureau in New (¢



-its planes, United States —s

guided ‘
eans reported at midnight

ambushed



Agreement Needed

a" . * vatrol : » ~weaking
G.M.T. a very dangerous “hurricane roaring westward Russians Hold fe Pan os pea of breaking up
about 16 miles an hour.” TOKYO, August 20 A new crisis. developed

. If it continues its current course U *)> T ° Communist Peiping Radio said] U.N. military leaders were smoot
it will smash ashore near Tampico pP o , rains on Tuesday the Korean Ceasefire |ing in Tokyo. Earlier the Su
1250 miles south .of Brownsville] Agreement would be “

Texas, about 10 p.m, GMT Tues-} STUTTGART, Aug, 20 unl United Nations 1

Former Russian President Alex-| “8res to a demarcation lithe



hablar pes da ‘ommittee met briefly in

U.S. Sending
Economic Experts

| rm the HBpes of break 4
1 ae "aloe lock over the location of a bu

| New Orleans weathe





bureaujander Kerensky announced on] the 88th parallel, The ekg ideast in the event of a rmistice
W aic d planes located the centre of] Monday that five leading I £ said No progress” \s m4 e $ : f at ! t l
; NA ay i fg Russiar But hope of an armistice
lo Latin- Americ @ |the hurricane 130 miles west of} refugee groups have agreed on ne ared. re emot Peking R
P ia |Merida at mid-night Hurricane} a joint propaganda war aeain days, including meetings held by e UN. of fen
(By HARRY W. FRANTZ) jwinds extended 50 miles north off Communism and Stalin regime he Ceasefire Sub-Committec nuit lat i wa
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 |the centre and gales 250 miles to} Kerensky announced the forma uP that ie Red 1 }

High official sources said tht)the north The weather
United States is taking all possi-|said, “this is a very
ble steps to reduce the inflation-|hurricane and extreme caution is|cret conference of refugee lead “ ”
ary impact of this nation’s exports | advised Small craft on lowe ler The ADVOCATE
control system on Latin America.) Texas coast should remain in port pays for NEWS
Some difficulties in the situation] “The hurricane death toll al-

j é 1 i
; ; ‘nces in political aims ¢ ad . tir rris in I vit
now developing are the failure 0! |;eady the highest in 13 years might | ©? in. D mea te ine os Dial 3113 les fatan Wielival 1. of ts ss

bureau} tion of a new
dangerous at the

anti-Soviet centr
close of the four-day s«



made on the issue in sp last fe 9 fee
|
|
|
|

' Delegates hammered out diffe

other member of the deleaatior

dias rship and
European industrial countries ©|}mount still furthe when the |:
oe - : 5 “agreed for a commor figh i
expand exports to Latin Americ» |storm-lashed remote interior see- | apaines Communist distatorani » it Day mP Night
aggressively during the Mexico's} ou homeland.” — E ;

for conference vith General

Ridgwa UP





period tion of Jamaica and

‘ | ne Matthew B
and the fact thal| Yucatan province are



U.S. shortages, heard from. |





with price controls here Latin} At least 114 were killed in| The new organisation will s« ew ene Seen arate ne
America can still buy many essen-| Jamaica where the damage to-|up a counter propaganda cent Ar
tial goods more cheaply in celia more than £20,000,000, | including a powerful radio a



reported one dead and{tion and will use all modern
damare,.”’—U.P imeans of fighting Communism ir

—_-—+- their homeland. The group said i
| Would receive funds from WW
American Committee. for the til
eration of the Peoples of Russia S i * ms 1
u its “dat te nl y
oie ha headquarter + VISCOUN Tr NWELSON



To acquaint Latin Americar
countries fully with the good wi
of the U.S. in meeting Inte
American supply requiremen
the Department of Commerce will}

’ . rs
Suez Dispute For |
send experts to southern repu Sas og. Gt °
lics to convey complete inform: ecurity Council j
tion regarding the exports control} ‘ UF ts
system and strengthen liaison ar-| CAIRO, August 20. | | C reator of naval tradition
rangements between Governments| . 4 newspaper quoted Egyptian | on I ce i [I
| delegates to the United Nations | > maker of history
Soh Yolk Muvigihetasy | — Wide Powers
the Commerce Department re- deeided to raise |
cently visited the South America! ithe / Anglo-Egy pon dispute in the | | ranted To Me nzies
Louis | Security Council. |

republic on such a mission.
Fernandez, Nortb | It aid th

and other markets | Yue atan
ncermous
|

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lin Ne



representin
tian Gove r



ment

chief of the move would be made |





MELBOURNI Australia



Labour opposition

Broadly, the Act enables Go
ernment to prepare Australia f
jwar | the end of 19853.—-(CP)

Coast Section of the Office of] in ptember or October before ‘ 29
International Trade and Maleolm| the Egyptian Parliament recor Parliament ha given I viny
Slaght, Director of Foreign Divis-|venes from summer recess mid-| winicter Robert Menzies wid
ion National Production Authority,’ November which is the deadline | ot cectime power thane v«
are at present in Bogota of Egypt's threatened abrogation | ! tia ed or t eee i ry A ustr ii

. ew an o2R par | blessed o ) ‘ned a Vustri

They will attend the 7 Inter BS he 1936 treaty é - | Government
American economic meeting at . It added should Council reject Meniids. Whose Liberal count
Panama which opens today and) Egypt's demand the Cairo Gov-| ition. has a m ajority in th
proceed August 30 to Caracas.jernment would abrogate’ the|ioic. of Representatives a
Their visit to Caracas will respona{ treaty as a last resort soethae dS senate, pu hed the Defence Pre
to invitations frdjfn the Venezi 1e+| en ee eee :

< | | arations Act through aga

an Ministry of Public Works ar «| |

: K.G. Labourers
—UP | Lead Strike In U.S

‘
GEORGETOWN, B.G |

|

|

the Foreign Department to
change views on the
scarce materials

a





|
YUGOSLAVIA DENIES | Aug. 18.

ATTEMPT TO KILL TITO | Commissioner of Labour, Williar| Lie Optimistic Too
Bissell has confirmed that offici

BEUGRADE, Aug. 20 word has been received from the NEW YORK, August 19
Yugoslav denied officially on}Central Labour Organization in} Trygve Lie, the United Nat
Monday Italian press reports that}the United States that three Brit-] Secretary General believe
an attempt had been made to;ish Guianese withir 14 ceasefire negotiations
Marshal Tito Anjtheir arrival of U.S. on the farm | Korea will end in an armistic¢
official of the Yugoslav New labou programme were being) “I am optimistic today a
Agency said that the reports pub-; returned to their horneland | was five weeks ago when I left
lished last week are “ill inten- It is understood they were ir -| Lie said, as he returned to hi
tioned fabrications deprived of|volved in a strike and took ajpost from a vacation in Norwa
all foundation.”~-U.P |ieading part.—(CP) Switzerland, and Paris. U.P



days of| the
assassinate



e mo,
aa
members of the coalition of the The influential afternoon news- |spicuous by its absence fron te Cae
West. nape Le Monde” reflected this|national plans for defence of t aD
Other quarters feel that the growi concern Monday in its'area.” It added that France’s t
¥ ors “4

Policy














United States and Britain have jeadi: editorial which it was Western partne continue

“overlooked’ ance in the entire '1l°a ned was an accurate promote their ‘ idea Ce Ld

cuestion of defence in the Medite of view held by Prer Mediterranear organizat o AE €d

erranean area, One of the reasons ven's Cabinet more concrete] de

behind the delay in the transfer Under the headline ncertair the Middle East whict I

of General Alphonso Juin, Resi-|cies over the Medi the to the whole question.’

dent General of Morocco to his moderate Conserv pe 1 The paper >

post a North Atlantic Treaty | « ed the Ur te and Bri there might be a wish to neut pain

Commander of land {tdérce in | ain f forgetting France in ize French presence n the Me C

rs Europe i ispicior W their Medit néan military plar iterranear by | remind € mm! “rs : ne eevee cree TY
‘ Witton Ant a tag r} r Mande $4 OMRAAl+, sae’ * Gaon aiMieult Ne Reese ies ees :







PAGE TWO



Canib Calling

IS Excellency the Governor

will present the Insignia of an
Officer of the Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire to
Mr. John Goddard on Thursday
afternoon, August 23rd, at Ken-
sington Oval, at the conclusion
of the first day’s play of the

Trial Game for the forthcoming
tour to British Guiana.

For R.E.C. Meeting

IS Henow t. J. O. Wayne,

Adminis r of Antigua ac-
companied by Mr. E. Scott John-
son arrived from Antigua by
B.W.LA. on Sunday to attend the
second meeting of the Regional
Economic Committee which opens
at Hastings House to-morrow

Hon. M. H. Davis ang Mr. G, H.
Warner the St. Kitts delegate
arrived by the some ’plane.

Mr. Alistair Macleod Smith,

Adviser for the Windward Islands
at this meeting came in on Sun-
day from Grenada accompanied
by Mrs. Macleod Smith. They are
staying at the Marine Hotel,

Hon. W. J. Raatgever, the Brit-
ish Guiana delegate arrived vin
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1.A.
Mrs. Raatgever accompanied
him. rg

After 28 Years

R. AND MRS. John

arrived from the
Sunday via Puerto
B.W.1.A. to spend a month’s holi-
day in Barbados. This is Mr.
Harris’ first visit to Barbados in
twenty-eight years. He is a
brother of Frank and Arnott
Harris.

Harris
U.S. on
Rico by

Accompanying them were their
two children, Arlene and Jackie.
They are staying with Mr. Frank
Harris of Haggatts, St. Andre
and later on they will spend some
time at Bathsheba.

Mr. Harris, who works with a
sheet metal company in Long
Island, told Carib that they ex-
pect to have a good time, judging
from the reception they re-
reived at Seawell.

Elemental Ernest

RNEST HEMINGWAY,
a time of reflection and
solitude, has produced a new
novel, “Wind, Sand, Sun, and the
Sea”,

It deals with the lives of four
people and their reaction to the
elements.

after



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“Hmm -—Going abroad

for ‘a bit of peace’ are
me, . pe
Cocktail Party

R. AND MRS. John Bladon

gave a cocktail party at tneir
home on Friday night. It was
their thirteenth wedding anniver-
sary and = second anniversary
of their arrival in Barbados.
Guests of honour were Lord and
Lady Dangan. Among those pres-
ent were Col. and Mrs. R. T.
Michelin, Col. and Mrs. ‘Dick’
Vidmer, Comdr. and Mrs. Dol-
phin, Mr. and Mrs. Outcalt, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Potter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. H. As-
cough, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dowding, Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs. C,
Chrigtie, Dr. O. James, Dr. Tony
Gale, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gale, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Parker, Dr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ban-
croft, Mr. and

Mrs. P. Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Carter, Comdr. and Mrs
N. Daysh, Dr. and Mrs. J. P
O’Mahony, Maj. M. L. Skewes-
Cox, Dr. and Mrs. Lloydstill, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas, Mrs,
Betty Strong, Mrs. P. Chaytor,
Mr. and MrseG. Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. A, Skinner, Mr. and Mrs,
S. Jones, Miss L. Mestier, Mr. M
Griffiths.

Summer Holidays

EAVING for Antigua by
B.W.1.A. on Sunday morning
was Miss S. Kelly of Culleden

Road, who has gone there to spena
her summer holidays.

ADVENTURES



OF

Royal Edition

HE Duke of Windsor is to
autograph 250 copies of his
memoirs, for sale at £31 10s.
each.
This limited edition will be

printed on hand-made paper and
bound in leather with the Duke’s

coat of arms blecked in gold on
the front.

Thé eaition is almost fully sub-
scribed, but printing has not yet
begun. The weed for hand-
binding will cause further delay,
so that the books will not be
ready for publication on Septem-
her 27, when the 100,000 copies
of the ordinary 25s. edition go
on sale.

Passed Degree

ISS CLAIRE _ KIRTON,

daughter of Mrs. Ione Kirton
of Belmont Road, has passed her
Inter-Bachelor of Music’s degree
Miss Kirton hag been in England
for three years now.

Off To U.S.

RS. J. M. MEADE and Mrs.
Noel Inniss flew to Puerto
Rico on Sunday by B.W.1LA. on
their way to the US. on a visit.

On The Air

OSEMARY GRIMBLE,

daughter of a Colonial Ser-

vice Officer, will talk about her

upbringing on the Pacific coral

island where she was born in a

Tea-Time Talk on August 23.—
PBC publicity handout.

Footnote: Rosemary’s father
Sir Arthur Grimble was Admin-
\strator and Colonial Secretary,
St. Vincent from 1933 to 1936
and Governor of the Windward
Islands from 1942 to 1948, She
has many friends in Barbados.

Final Week

rVUIS is the final week of the

Victorian Exhibition at the
Barbados Museum and the ex-
hibition ends on Sunday, August
26th. i a[®

Incidental Intelligence

VERY Valentine’s Day I get
down on my knees and pro-
pqse to Ida all over again, Only
when I get down now I don’t say,

“J love you” any more. I just
say, “Help me up. — Eddie
Centor.

—LE.S.



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BY THE WAY eceee By Beachcomber

T is the dreary duty of those
who create an atmosphere in

which the very air people
breathe is impregnated with
propaganda, to suspect ewvery-
thing.

Soviet officials in Berlin were

looking forward to unveiling a
new statue of Stalin, But a pre-
liminary examination of the sta-
tue revealed a loathesome crease
in Stalin’s trousers, Denouncing
this Fascist plot to make their
leader look like a bourgeois citi-
zen, the officials refused to at-
tend the ceremony, The sculp-
tor may belong to a deviation-
ist party which wants to em-
phasise the decency and re-
spectability ‘of the leader, and
to capture him for a_ bourgeois
revolution. Or he may simply be
a man with a sense of humour—
which is almost as appalling. It
is believed that influential friends
dissuaded this sculptor from giv-
ing the statue a bowler hat.

The Narkover System

R. SMART-ALLICK pointed

out yesterday tihat the methods
of cheating in use ct West Point
are old-fashioned and outmoded.
At Narkover any boy who can
put up the money can find a
master who will sell him the ex-
amination papers in advance, as
soon as they have been printed.
This avoids the clumsy system
of looking over a boy’s shoulder
or using a crib. Both these meth-
ods are unreliable compared with
a knowledge of what questions
are going to be asked. Asked

whether this did not load the
dice against the poorer
boys, the Headmaster re-
plied: “At school the dice are

always loaded against those with-
out money. But a poor boy with
spirit can always borrow, giving
clothes or some such article as
security.”

Marginal Note

E suggestion that if domes-
tic gas were given a horrible

smell there would be fewer sui-
cides cannot be said to go to the
root of the matter. Those who
are mastered by despair can
hardly be expected to say: “I
would kill myself today—if it
wasn’t for the foul smell of the
gas.”

Down, Fido!

HE sailor who was bitten by
a hippopotamus the other day
can congratulate himself that the
beast wasn’t trying very hard—
unless it was of the West African
pigmy type, which can be push-

ed over by a boy of nine. The
ordinary hippopotamus has a
Bourbon underlip and an enor-

mous mouth-span; moreover, to
hit it with your fist is like hitting
a castle wall, so thick and tough
is its unecared-for skin. It has
girlish ears, which move when it
eats. The poet has sung of it:

I think the Hippopotamus

Is really almost one of us

The very way he eats his grub

Reminds me of the Savage
Club.

At the Ballet

LIKE the reply of the bal-

lerina Bolemova, when a
crawling aesthete told her that
her performance was simply
breath-taking, She said, “Well, it
takes my breath, anyway.”

Nothing to dowith Me

IKE fire in stubble, like a
~ whisper in the bazaars of the
inserutable Orient, like a tomtom
message in the steaming jungles
of the darkest heart of Africa,
like a typhoon in the shark-in-
fested Timor Sea, a rumour that
the plating had begun to peel
from 132,000,000 dozen oyster
forks, spread across the United
States from Key West to Cape
Flattery, from San Diego to the

Maine frontier. The question then
arose: What can be done with
useless oyster forks? Let me not
prejudice the issue by taking
sides. \Vha2

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Yo wonder why some stars About A Chair —Dirk’s Lobster
. ao on top? I know. This N — other hand I was a —— actor with animal! By EILEEN ASCROFT
: : ; bundle of nerves on the first trouble... or is it rep- A summary of New York fash-
“an ee DIETRICH: I have day's shooting of Encore, the tile? is Dirk Bogarde, now on | jens is abanniey to complete the
met anyone who at one jatest of the Maugham series location in Scotland in a film call-|gutumn picture, 1951, At one
aera ean be so glamorously It was an emotional scene, ed The Hunted. \time smart Americans bought
eminine and the next moment and in the middle the director, He has to wander round in their clothes in Paris. But the last



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completely practical about

Harold French, said; “You'ye every set with a live lobster. | war changed this habit. American
knowledge of camera lighting, jost this.” “I have become very attached | ciesigners built up big reputations.
scripts, cooking, * I said sadly: “Yes, I know I to her,’ he told me in a letter a) ‘o-day elegant c»smopolitans,
A truly remarkable woman. have. I can't play it at all.” couple of days ago. “We call her | like the Duchess of Windsor, buy

‘ _ “Not that, you fool,” he snorted. Ivy and she waggles her tail. almost as many clothes in New
s DA apyness It’s quite ol. “I mean your chair. ” “I am looking for a nice deep| Yor as they doin Paris.

wits oP

enough to use. Through

ne one such inward concentration
disturbance

that no physical
affects his thought.

MICHAEL WILDING: He pos-
sesses stillness too. But it is not
used to concentrate inwardly. He
is watching,
listening, and noticing others. He
has an open mind and instinctive-

is still because he

ly applies what he has noticed.

SPENCER TRACY:
an actor who works out

time you
shake a, with him that
nothing is going to stop him en-
tertaining you, himself, and any-
beg — ae as long as possi-

ART: He has the
only the great are

Not only
every
line, breath, and pause in what-
ever part he’s playing but a men

Top French designers like Dior
are finding it worth while to
design an American collection and
send it across the Atlantic

Leading London conturiers are

That was even worse. For
what he referred to was the col-
lapsible chair I was given when
I was in Hollywood. It is an
attractive chair. Every time I

pool in the rocks, so
eventually go her own way. She
has been my co-star so long that
I think she deserves a break.”

Lucky For Her

make a film the director takes it. ALERIE HOBSON is going to|#/8o. pursuing the American
The last time it was Ralph play the Countess te cy market and last season Hardy
Thomas, when we were doing version of Arnold Bennett’s The Amies produced a special collec-

it tion of beautiful British tweeds

Card. and English tailoring to show in
arn - a film since |New York.

baa bab; ae : Many English wholesale manu-

Lucky for her it is set in the) ya cturers now pay regular annual

Appointment With Venus.
I think they tell each other
about it.

David's Cow and—

That film Appointment With same time period as her success, | /*° 7 :
Venus _was a good one to Kind Hearts and Coronets— ne ba mee SORE ie en on
make. It is clever, based on 4 che js longing to wear wasp waists aris. ey say that Englis
true wartime story, which involves women like the crisp lines and

again. | simplicity of American styles.

Here trom my New York fash-
ion scouts is a summary of New
York autumn fashion:

The. American line is full-
skirted , with small, bélted waist,
high necklines and important
sleeve interest. Skirt length re-

a cow “Venus” in a leading role.
David Niven and I were very
fond of “Venus,” though in the
end we were weary of cattle!
* a a

Said Tony...
VERHEARD in the office of
produeer Tony Darnborough,
who happens to be my fiance.
Someone at the other end of
the phone asked if I could stand
at the tap of a 70-foot ladder to |

But it must have whetted

David's appetite.

who demands ‘ sincere affection When he was in Paris, the other 7 oy ss, | mains the same. Strapless dresses
because of his tremendous day. he bought ten pounds of "Qi i nony: “Will they insure|are nct so popular, but there are
w. Olio Menke. sae eet ie ie ik | Peo y lots of halter straps and one-
£01 ‘ough S- Rte th san vial shoulder effects. Many dance
1 ANNA NEAGLE: The most} toms easily, apart from a few This is Show Business dresses are _ still short with
iked woman in the industry has} eracks about the blood-stain- Success Secret swirling, stiffened or pleated
devoted her life to being an ed paper. Y. final thought is on the skirts .
he the project is, she will set pare a dinner for some important I think that our dislike of fringes, tassels and intricate braid
ere eyes on it, and, with her hus- friends. The wine was right, pandering to cheap sentimentality | embroidery. Colours are strong

band Herbert Wilcox to give he:
confidence, I feel will never take

her eyes off the gnal.

_ KATHERINE HEPBURN; Sh«
is one of the few real individu-
alists. She is in no way phoney. '!*

has kept the British film industry
moving along.

When the day comes when we
can combine heart and _ true
romance with intellect, then we'll
combat this depression, —¥..E.S.

and jewel-like and there is plenty
of jet-trimming.

Large loose coats with a for-
ward swing from the shoulders,
lie flat at the side seams. Patent

the sauce was right, and the steak
looked grand.

“But,” David told me after-
wards, “when they bit the steak
there were loud choking noises.
was horse—it was tough.”









Bewuae of per great shyness, to {Opening Frid. 24th | Soe aes |
: : Th ” . ard, p.m

e in the public eye at all she has ne eee PL Ad aw» B'TOWN 1) 4 icc, Breed” &

to be pare. DIAL 2310]] «Arizona Cyclone”
ART GRANGER: Both Wm. Bendix y scien

physically and mentally, he’s
big person.

!

Well |
‘T? us in the film ‘world the | Roland
mame of Pauline Stroud has

become important.

It means hope and opportunity
and a lot of good things most of
us feared were dead in a finan-

cially embarras#ed industry.
” * *

Pauline Stroud is 19 and she
thousand
pretty girls to play the part of
a beauty queen in the film satire

was picked out of a

Lady Godiva Rides Again,

She has done so well she
a five

his just been given
years’ contract.

Proving that there is still room
at the top and that there is still

a ladder to get there.
You probably haven't

think that’s a good thing.

Teo often a newcomer to
the films has been bally-
hooed. Too often there has,

been a big letdown.

heard
much of Pauline Stroud yet,



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PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 18.

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And now Dior looks
to the dollars

leather belts appear right through

the day.
the wide,

belt aie is
fabrie belt

Ancther
crushed

pinched into a smali buckle.

Hats are small and off-the-face.
Veils feature three new ideas—

“blinker” veins inspired by horses

eye shields;

“dress circles” that

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“Ace-in-the-hole” veins of

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FASHIONS.—

tall, stately blonde Dior

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nylons.
beauty
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Novelties include diamond
spots on eye veils and
fox furs with glittering

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ses’s Harpo Marx wigs of black
coq feathers thick woollen dresses
slit to the waist front and back,

and jacket linings and epaulettes
cf white swan feathers.
Balmain laces his dresses up the
back

Pierrd

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and mannequins wear taxi-hailing

whistles with town suits.
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Poodles are
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,

Bissell Offers
To Speak For B.C.
Sugar Workers

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Aug. 18

With sugar estate workers so
divided by the rivalry subsisting
between the two strongest of
several Trade Unions catering fon
the many categories of workers
@ngaged in the industry, Labour
Commissioner William Bissell spe-
cifically offered himself an an in-
termediary on behalf of workers
in the hope of ending strikes of a
wildcat nature, which during this
week halted sugar production on
four Berbice sugar estates, and in
the hope of permitting a confer-
ence to begin to iron out any
grievance that may exist.

With sugar production steadily
lagging behind targets, the high
cost of living and with wages
falling much behind, there is a4
bad labour. situation in the in-
dustry in British Guiana, which
is of grave general contern. In-
deed, the law, said to bé inter-
nationally recognised, that any
group of twelve people in an
industry can form a union, seems
to have led to apparently useless
multiplicity, not only in respect of
Sugar, but other occupations

well.
Back to Work

With Bissell’s offer expectations
are that there will be a full re-
sumption by estate workers by the
beginning of next week.

A back to work march seemed
definitely to have begun on Fri-
day since factories at Port Mour-
ant and Albion on Corentyne and
Rose Hall Canje were all able to
work, though only with “scratch”
crews.

Blairmont on West Bank, Ber-
bice, was an exception. 120 weed-
ers and shovel men at Versailles
on West Bank Demerara has also
resumed under the same condi-
tions and for the same pay.—(CP)

as



B.G. On Look-out
For Missing
U.S. Pilot

GEORGETOWN, B.G. Aug. 18

A countrywide lookout for a
missing United States Air Force
pilot was on in British Guiana
last night after Radio ZFY at the
instance of police had requested
public help in the search. The
announcement said the pilot Lloyd
Albert was reported missing and
presumed dead in June 1940 after
leaving Atkinson Field on a flight
to the interior,

His relatives in the U.S. have
recently heard he was seen alive
in British Guiana in November
or December 1942, and they feel
he may be wandering about in
one of the country districts—a
victim, of amnesia.

A picture of Lloyd Albert can

be seen in any police station in
the colony or at any District
Commissioner's office.—(Cp)

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ANTIGUA MAGISTRATE

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, Aug 16

Mr. A. F. G. Louisy, Registrar,
St. Lucia, now acting Crown
Attorney and Magistrate of Mont-
serrat, has been appointed Magis-
trate, in Antigua, in succession to
Mr. J. H. V, Redhead. It. is
probable that Mr. Louisy will
assume duty in Antigua towards
the end of September or the
beginning of October.



T’DAD ANAESTHETIST
DIES

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 16.

Dr. Ernest Mc Lean, anaesthe-
tist at the Colonial Hospital Port-
of-Spain died at his residence,
Henderson Road, Maraval on
Tuesday morning.

Dr. McLean had returned about
a month ago, from the United
States of America where he had
spent six months obtaining medi-
cal treatment. He underwent a
major operation at Cornell Hospi-
tal in New York.

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Antigua

Fro: Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua.
The Secretary of State has ap-
proved of a grant of £8,440
being made availablé to this
Colony from the Central Geologi-

cal Survey allocation of Colonial
Development and Welfare funds.
The purpose of the gyant is to
enable a geologist to be engaged
for a period of three years to
carry out a systematic geological
survey of the islands of this
Colony. In Antigua, the geologist
will pay particular attention to
the collection and collation of all
available information about water
supplies, the analysis of water
obtainable from existing wells,
their capacity and yield and the
nature of water bearing and adja-
cent rock formations, He will
co-operate with the Federal En-
gineer in locating sites for well-
drilling suggested by considera-
tion of the data derived from his

investigations. In addition, he will
make a detailed survey of the

known barytes areas of Antigua
and will examine the possibility
of sulphur supplies being avail-
able in commercial quantities,

Arrangements have been made
for the secondment of a Geologist,
Mr. P. H, A. Martin-Kaye, from
British Guiana to undertake this
work and he is expected to arrive
in the Colony at the beginning of
September,



Polish Firm Will
Bring Néw Fishing
System To T’dad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 16.

According to a recent press
report, the Polish fishing firm,
Oxyvia Fishing Company ol
Grimsby, will introduce a new
system in the fishing industry in
Trinidad, .. ;.. One of the traw-
lers of the company is due soon,
.... This firm madé enquiries
last year through the Secretary
of State for the Colonies about
the possibility of sending one of
its ships to these parts

The period over which the
trawler will remain in Trinidad
waters will depend upon the results
of its operations .. A survey made
in 1942 revealed that the concen-
tration of fish in these waters
was better than elsewhere in the
Caribbean, but not sce great as
in northern latitudes.



Vrench Count May
Work In Brazil

CANADA, Aug. 20

Count Jacques De Bernonville,
the convicted French collaborator
who slipped out of Montreal on
Friday in the midst of deportation
proceedings, may accept a job in
3razil, and not return to Canada.
His lawyer, Jacques Perrault, said
that there is a “fairly interesting
possibility’ that De Bernonville
will aceept the offer of a position
with a Brazilian firm, which he
received before leaving here.

The French nobleman who was
sentenced to death in absentia by
the French Government. for. aid-
ing the Nazis during World War IT
boarded a KLM Royal Dutch Air-
lines plane on Friday with a ohe-
way ticket to Rio.—U.P.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Trinidad Urges Local
Production Of Foods

To Reduce Cost Of Living

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 18.
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT on the present cost of

living problem in Trinidad

issued on the authority of the

Governor-in-Executive Council reiterates that to meet the
rising cos: of living, Government is doing everything to
incréasé the local production of vegetables, meat, fish and
everything else which Trinidad and Tobago can grow for

themselves.

U.S.A. Helps With
Housing Problems

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, Aug, 16.

In connection with the Antigua
housing reconstruction programme
a Point IV_ project Agreement
has been entered into between
the Government of Antigua and
the Technical Co-operation Ad-
ministration of the Government
of the United States of America.
The Agreement provides for a co-
operative project to be under-
taken by the two parties in the
field of housing in Antigua.

The Technical Co-operation
Administration will arrange with
the Government of Puerto Rico
to assign to Antigua a technician
who will render advisory ser-
vices to the Government of
Antigua in respect of housing.
The Administration will pay the
salaty and allowances of such
technician and the cost of trans-
portation of the technician and
his household and personal effects
between Puerto Rico and the
Leeward Islands. The obliga-
tions assumed by the Technical
Co-operation Administration in
this respect are limited to $4,700.

The United States Government
will also arrange with the Gov-
ernment of Puerto Rico for the
latter to make available in
Puerto Rico to personnel from
Antigua training facilities. and
opportunities for observation of
housing practices 4 Puerto Rico.

On its part, the Administration
of Antigua undertakes to make
available at its. expense office
aceommodation, clerical staff, the
cost of communications and
transport.

The Agreement will remain in
force for a period of two years
from the 30th June, 1951.

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On the question of increased
subsidies, the statement pointed
out that such a policy would be
doubly wrong. Money spent on
subsidies is money lost to the
country. It would be only send-
ing more of the people’s money
out of the country,

Government's Purpose

It is Government's purpose to
help local producers to become
effective competitors with foreign
producers. Government has about
$50,000,000 of the people’s money
to spend each year, It has no
other money to spend, except its
own necessary capital reserve
and any money it can borrow or
obtain for capital works in the
form of gifts or loans. At pres~
ent nearly $4,000,000 of this are
spent on subsidies. These $4,000,
000 are thereby lost to the coun-
try. The money is paid to those
concerned with flour, saltfish,
rice, condensed milk, and other
food stuffs.

The statement pointed out also
that there will be much worse
distress, and poverty, and unem-
ployment than at present as “we
would not then succeed in con-
tinuing to establish new industries
and encouraging existing indus-
tries to improve and expand.

Indirect Taxation

Government is considering if
it would be possible ‘to increase
revenue by indirect taxation, but
points out that it is only very
rarely that increases in indirect
taxation are not passed on to the
consumer. Such a means of
raising money to reduce the cost
of living may be the very cause
of increasing it

Government aiso considers that
wherever possible wages should
be increased to help the people
to meet the unavoidable extra
expenses and urges employers
whose wages and salary scales
are not already linked to the
cost of living index, to consider
the possibility of increases in
salary and wages, and of the
payments of bonuses to meet the
increases in the cost of living.

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 20
Democrat Senator J. William
Fulbright said the blistering re-
port by eight Republicans of the
Senate MacArthur Investigating
Committee was “99 percent poli-
tical”.
Eight of the 12 Republican
members condemned Presiden
Truman’s discharge of General
MacArthur, hit at the Administra-
tion’s Far Eastern policies a
“eatastrophic” and demanded the
“liberation and unification” of
Korea as the price for peace.
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in the report. He said “mountin
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such severe terms indicated Re
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Illegal Aliens Are
Threat To U.S.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.

The Democrat Senator, Pat Me-
Carron, said that there may bé
from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 alien
Communists and other illegal
aliens in this country, who
threaten the nation’s safety. He
Said that this “alien invasion is
potentially more dangerous than
that of an armed force.” The
Republican Senator Herb O’Con-+
nor also charged that Cuba was
one of the several “assembly
points” for aliens and “a hot bed
for Communism.”

McCarren is Chairman of th
Senate Internal Security Com
mittee, which is conducting an in=
vestigation of subversive alien,
He made his statement in releas-
ing the report of a committec
“task force’, which recently hel:
hearings on the illegal alie.
problem.

Senator O’Connor, Chairman of
the “task force” said in a separate
statement that Windsor, Ontario
in Canada—across the border from
Detroit to Michigan — and Cuba
are the “assembly points” fox
aliens seeking illegal entry into his
country.—U.P.

ADMINISTRATORS’
CONFERENCE.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, Aug. 16.

A conference of Administrators
and Commissioners, together with
the Colonial Secretary, wil] be
held in St. Kitts from the 1st to
the 6th September, during which
time Hig Excellency will he
resident in that Presidency

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with Canada and Mexico,
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Panama, The negotiator is the}
privately owned Nationa] Broad-
casting Corporation.

Programmes to and from
southérn link of this first inter-
national TV chain would be in
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tise on the programmes

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Sarah Moves Over
MISS SARAH CHURCHILL iv
forbidden to play again on an
American stage for six months by
the actors’ union, Equity. The}
rule is to prevent a foreign player
taking a job from an American
So Sarah is expected next)
month to appear in an American}
play, “The Philadelphia Story”
in tne Niagara Falls Playhouse a
few feet across the Canadian |
border, Her American admirers}
can go to see her |
Mr. Early Is Il
SADNESS in the White House
tonight and among reporters, too
Mr. Stephen Early is critically ill
He served for years as Pres
secretury to Presidents Roosevelt
and Truman, and attended the
wartime Churchill - Roosevelt
Stalin meetings.

Back To Loincloths
LAMENTATION at the fire
sides of the Iroquois Red Indians
Under their 1794 treaty with the
U.S. Government they are to get
£1,600 worth of cloth each year

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because each year cloth prices
go up. What was an immense!

yardage in 1794 hardly
clothe the tribe in 1951.

Oh, Mr. Shinwell

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THE NEW YORK DAILY
NEWS chides Britain's Defence
Minister, Mr, Shinwell

In a leading article, headed

“Arms v. Cheesecake,”
paper says . Shinwel .
visited Washington to discuss
standardising small arms among
the Atlantic Treaty nations, a
highly important matter if the
treaty is ever to work.

“Shinny stayed but briefly,

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had to scurry heme to be judge
at a beauty contest.

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bureaucrat thus on record as
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| HOLIDAY-BOUND Mr. Philiy The sre is Mr. John (“Clear the Till Prov’dunce
| h ) € pinted how to|.. : ; ‘ o : nt -
THE sympathy of the peoples of the Noel-Baker, 61-year-old Minister way”) Lewis, who accuses the jump.’ | Just hit this town that is one a, race o A > NERY
: - ° f ; | of Fuel and Power, He left for police of obstructing him, Barbara’s Battles that pleasant, commonplace, little discovery. 4 DVOCATE STATIO
Caribbean will go out to their neighbours | Norway. And there is Mr. Arthur (Get- : f a . ‘
r a j i + Ae The Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orches- |
in Jamaica who are still smarting under | His departure will bring respite in-the-way) Lewis, who himself Mrs. Barbara Castle, who ha: |
On apt 1 ; j; from the week-end wailings in did the obstructing during the ede up her mind, may prove to|tra has arrived with its pongs, its ping-pongs |
the ravages of @ hurricane which struck | which he warns of woe, Mr. Attlee Savoy Hotel strike, when he re- be more of an embarrassment to db D Trinidad, making music
that island on Pfiday night. Over a hun- | *0uld find the silence a relief. posed his bulky form across the the Socialists than Mr, Lewis, who| 22d booms. Down in Trinidad, making music |
ed liver Kaus bean} “ hae \ | es aol -Ranee . threats of ey. ! es t. ‘ out of beating the lids of cut-down oil drums | 4
are ves fe been lost ana Gamage has | a winter fuel crisis pile up elec- The Lewises are not related but or at least he sits securely in a BPR e _ 4 x a V ie
been estimated at 20 million pounds ! toral ammu ition for the Tories. both are in the ne ws West Ham North. Whereas calam-| °° of the lids of garbage cans has been devel-| SUST RECEI E
, | Already on their stack is an old First the privilege case of Mr, ity confronts Mrs, Castle in Black-| joped into an intricate and wonderful art.
Hurricanes and storms are natural mis- | stint by Mr. James Griffiths, the John Lewis, the sieek M.P., for burn East. Pr b rith f
fortunes which befall mankind in various | Colonial Secretary, ‘ Bolton West, Like too many recent Her majority is less than 5,000. | rom a erude eginning, with one note or |
ts of ¢} lobe fielinw 4a nbbhind Nehirk | : was —_ aa miners’ trifles it cert Parliament's time ang _ Liberals who polled ‘each instrument, the steel band has developed | FRESH STOCKS OF
parts 0 1e globe. pre is g whic | leader who broadcast to the from the task of government, neaily 3,000 have not decided tu
ae eat : wen | electors in Jufic 1945 I have investigated how much contest, = until this week London listened—and the ex-
mankind can do to prevent them even | ot ae 5 fecha tees Xo: Mace ra Gaus sedees ciel ' ontela eifiiat Maisie it guint rill
= i cnow ¢ coal industry. ne, stle’s politica 01 unes/clusive clien ele of a leading ni wi
although every scientific device has been Labour’s policy for coal is not June and July produced four are at stake elsewhere, too, If! ere -
used for their early detection in order to applied without delay there will privilege cases. her party confers at Scarborough soon hear—to the well-modulated, mellifiuous
; : 7 2 , be empty grates and shivering Other side issues: A local bus in October she will be a key figure sound of hollow metal singing out its melody |
lessen the possible damage which might homes in our island this winter.” strike, lengthily debated; the in Bevanite tactics.
Ss z ; isle s Fs p ng é . i é : 4“ -1$ rf :
ensue. | And to clinch the point, he Soccer-broadcasts ban; the pastoral At present Mrs, Castle is a /under the hands of the experts. Each musi White, Cream in 56-Ib Drums
7 i alll that , | waded: “Yes, and next winter, arrangements in Lambeth parishes; member of the policy-making| cian—except for those playing the booms— |
lis is no 1e first time tha 1e peopie t é anc : te able Tshekedi Socialist ve : ‘ .
f Jamaica have suffered some gt vend * Six winters later, with Labour’s aes ene eee ee Bee atthe ps Ragnar sits with his metal tin lid, two feet or three | White, Cream, Silver Grey, Terracotta and Blue
Jamaica have red some grave disas- | ‘ 7 Free Be “ o BAe \ . |
sels Ahiiehedie elt edlaliaceataiei tsa ibe | policy for coal fully applied, Mr. Total waste of time: 20 hours that she should be re-elected. feet in diameter, balanced neatly on his knees. | in 28-18 D
ter sause of some disturbance o > B1e- | aoe er takes over where Mr. 45 minutes. But they fear that the trades 7 | in x rums
3 - . = Se § > inst its, n secret
“J imes during >» las Griffiths left off Mr, John Lewis’s share in all unions resentful of political rebe); These strange ; : wens bent to # \%
ments. Several times uring the. last ; nttu po | a \ ¥ |
twenty years the banana crops Hae was I omen his honesty in election this is a distraction for him too. have acne ideas. ; i. formula, each give a wide range of notes. And | %
. ars > Panane S Nave sui- year, For both his constituency and his An n the women's § section, the sound that comes from them has nothing
fered from hurricanes. In 1907 the City of By Proxy business need attention. which now elects Mrs. Castle, the) 7 hanes : : ine f BIG WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
fines ae'at f Rabiaoted bers bes Mr. Hugh Gaitskell, too, pro- His limp hold on Bolton West, trade-union vote is decisive. in it akin to what you would imagine from
ingston was almost destroyed by an earth- vides a postscript to the promises a marginal seat, will surely be So Mrs. Castle is to dodge the) heating the lid of a can. Successors to

quake. Now it is a scene of desolation after of 1945. He stands proxy for the dislodged now that the local Tories unions, She is putting up in the





a visit of a hurricane in which the velocity late Ernest Bevin. and Liberals have a truce, constituency section, where they But these musicians from the West Indies Cc S PITCHER & CO

f th ; ; ay hed : tel ; 0 These were Bevin's brash pledges. And his oe seen firm. ~ 7 Te finery eek must think, we, in London, are a timid, con- | ° ° °

0 1e wind reached approximately 12 1—“Left can speak to Left in Rubber Improvement, is in sorry n er ca r ain 5 é RE |

miles an hour. According to Press Sprvicnd: | comradeship and confidence,” shape. Its last published results petite, 39-year-old Mrs, Castle will Serv ative people, Are we really as frightened |} Ppteee 4472 & 4678 — BECKWITH STORES
ory teen t | 8 Ki " ee ‘ hi i: 2.—"‘Labour will protect your showed a trading lass of RARD.USS, — _ on with Mr. Emanuel) of rhythm ag the enthusiastic musicians from & - :

‘There is not a house in ingston which savings against rising prices,” The Ordinary shares, issu inwe = : f | SESSSSSSSS OOSOSSSESSSSS
has not been damaged.” 3.—"Send us back to power and three years ago at 14s., are down — His is the most vulnerable poll the West Indies think At the two concerts |





ra restrictions will go.” to 5s. And the Bevanites would delight’ they have given in London they have played |
Human life has been lost, crops have Let Chancellor Gaitskell now in dishing him,

: : ee meee ’ ; ; * Jefence| SO politely, Are they trying to. persuade us|}
amage wh wine 'e ix death report progress On the fence For the Minister of I a ca ©) |
been damaged and industry and public ae 1,—Comradeship and confi- Mr. Arthur (Get-in-the-way) } publicly denounced Mr. evan! that a Steel Band is respectable and can be |







vices dislocated. It is one of those ironies dence? The Chancellor introduces Lewis has no such ties with “ as pea ror in| made to play English tea-time music? What |

of fate that at a time when every effort Sai oeaiaet Goce: P aoa ney: eee uae Bret saa ae unseating him? the London audiences want to hear is the ig

was being strained to increase and im- 2 -S av in w > Chancellor the National Union of General and ‘ ae Ro be foited at both Black: music of Trinidad—not an imitation of what | oe > 4 4

prove industries, whien every householder | Caltskell revels that the £ Municipal Workers.” 0" Gxp ee ouch. [passes on the B.B.C. Light Programme on a| SASRES SLE: EPR

aimed at producing food of some sort in | spout 14s. 10c., compared with his political horizon to trade ‘Sunday afternoon, The real drum beat of the |

his backyard and when services were being | 20s. in 1945 unionism, Demonstration (



: ; eon ; oa ee 3.—Restrictions? Mr, Gaitskell At intervals he has urged Mr. _ Mr. George Strauss, Minister of| {Steel Band is the music of the Trinidad Car-
improved in order to improve living announces a three-year clamp on Attlee to invite Stalin to Britain, Supply, contributes his quota to | nival—and that is something beyond the |

conditions and to attract visitors that | dividends, and a widespread re- to initiate a Big Three parley, and the Socialists’ election liabilities. Le

Nat _ f ae ple ds storation of contfols, to visit President Truman. Witness his recent threat that dreams of any carnival in all Europe. The | MASTERFORM DESKS
ature in one of her turbulent moods Not that the ae can play Mr, Lewis recently introduced direction of labour may Rayer numbers that caught the London audience | TYPISTS DESKS

should have wiped it all out in a single | the promise-and-fulfilment game to his West Ham constituents Mr. And add, too, his quarrels witn| ; a
ight P : B without misgivings. Ian Mikardo, collaborator of Mr. the prospering steel industry his} WeTe the two glimpses of the island off the | TYPISTS CHAIRS

i ah They are still pledged to work Bevan on “One Way Only.” party grabbed. Spanish Main—a Calypso and a Road March. |



It is necessary to replace the houses and | towards seein Tr ide. Bald- Mr, Mikardo expounded where Mr. Strauss is now holidayi

|But for the rest—it proved something that DESK CHAIRS





’ ak cee occn Ltn > . ; win committed them. Ple nty of the Way leads and why. in Sweden. At home he lives in|

pap ion ga projects ve to seh! food and | Pories who joined in that pledge Afterwards Mr. Lewis's “Millionaires’ Row” —Kensington| may interest students of music. The Steel CUPBOARDS

medical services to those who are now ex- remain in Parliament followers waited eagerly for his Palace-gardens. ;

osed to the dangers of disease. The peoples But all mention of Empire Free verdict, They are waiting still, There he used to own aj Band has already been hailed as the musical FILING CABINETS (Foolscap)
Pp J g ro i Rear pear: Trade is now expunged from the For Mr, Lewis was not his usual Schnauzer dog called Trotsky.) |innovation of the century. But it is what it

of the other colonies, irrespective of their party’s election literature, forthright self. He spoke smugly And once when he was exercising | plays, not how the music is made, that mat-

financial condition will make some con- Disiracted of freedom of opinion, it in the Gardens the dog seemed!

y : ei : Besides Mr. Gaitskell’s gloom And he announced that he could disposed to loiter, | ters.
tribution to the relief of suffering Jamai- and Mr, Noel-Baker’s forebodings not tell whether he favoured the “Trotsky, Trotsky!” bawled Mr. tke * ” DA COSTA & co, LTD.

cans. The people of Barbados have never the Socialists have other electoral Bevan policy, because he had not Strauss. Until he noticed that he





Z z liabilities yet made up his mind, was standing outside No, 13. | be s
been less than practical and sympathetic Look among their backbenchers. “Akin’ 0 hangin’ roun’ an settin’ No, 13 is the Soviet Embassy, WINTER IS, COMING
when disaster has befallen those around us. | Consider the Lewises, on a fence, —L.E. England is bathed in its own pale, and





We have been spared and it should be our | glorious sunshine, But the Government is in

i
: ; a \ ; <. e | th idst of ne i i 5
aim to Tet the measure of our thankfulness | Feud Doctors Experiment? fe nist ol ner winter if we needed any | IT’S HERE AGAIN °



be shown in the extent of the contribution









which we make to Jamaica. Tf its no secret that mevic al re- i a nec Dae Somethin pp ny means we will have it next winter.
‘ search workers occasional'y have ‘ BRE had (een aoe pee e prospect i g jl
ap to experiment on patients in order @ The doctors’ journal, The years. oNeoe etn df ehay ina dag sei
s¢ HOLARSHIPS to gain knowledge which may ractitioner, said a oe Quickly the joints became less | | with a gift for words—it was Aneurin Bevan,
"i ater | sed to save lives a growing tendency for stiff an ainful: soon she we \
The SuloRE drut Sate penicillin some doctors to use patients as rice of c- and on the eighth dé | for the record— ‘once said that Britain would iy IN , A MEDIUM QUALITY
UNLIKE other West Indian colonies, | could not have been quickly guinea-pigs in their attempts | she went out shopping for three | always be alright because it is a lump of coal
Be a as brought into use without experi- to advance medical knowledge. hours. |in a sea full of fish. That, pr bly is wh
Barbados does not seem to have made the mental trials. Ninety-nine times A leading article suggested If a film had not been taken of | € of fish, at, presumably 1s why 50 INCHES WIDE
fullest use of the offer of scholarships | out of a hundred the experiment — Sin ecards SA Name ee this remarkable ssa coe| tise politicians have given Britain a reputa-
3 ; may do good to the patient and estgs Baise § tors outside the ayo Inic i
offered by various bodies. The need for ean do no harm question which will have to be would never have believed tha‘ | tion as a bad place to choose to eat your fill. A 2 v7 Y al.
' i ' faced: How far are doctors such a rapid cure was possible . , ‘ t Ss ° per ara.
technically trained personnel has now be- . Doctors are now arguing among | justified in submitting patients = aa ene oe And why, next winter, we will go short of
7 : 1emselves whether the hundredth § 7 “ exc ) " So wef ‘ oe nent ied
come acute and every effort is being made exbaritient the Gia Ahab cone to experimental procedures Blue Babies coal in our fires and electricity to keep us

ALSO

vas . satan bia! a : “which at the least are un- ‘
to .secure opportunities for local young- cane aade oe ae is a pleasant or painful and at the WHIL a a, may as ey warm when the coal runs out.
j i ; . Ss ’ weve o mo8 " { j p
sters to serve a period of instruction at | warding the information, most may not be without risk | few grey hairs worrying a | And it is the re-armament programme. The

, to life’ THE DOCTOR gives effects of their new drugs, a sur-| ; : ; 7
some recognised school. But whatever the outcome of an answer. geon who decides to attem ipt a} Government has just revealed that even if BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS
: ’ of “re is | : ‘ ;
the argument there is not the novel and dangerous operation there is a pleasant mild winter the amount

is is reas he e change in the slightest doubt that some y in for a really anxious time.
tt — thi sone athi = 1 po nay ti - a eat ae Sik hes talk bebuich aisb “ade Until the 1914-18 war Surgeons | of electricity we will want to use far exceeds 72 INCHES WIDE
revisions by tro i gee ae ae octors » greatest triumphs of preven- ware : t
provisions by the Metropolitan Technica E were scared of operating on | our capacity for making it. Four years ago







with information which has saved tive medicine

i oY | ri rele D reds of tho g ives hems : heart; but the successful removal
In the past and prior to the matting of the sa relieved puis and misery’ on presi et smuigeeetet aktjoGtts OF shell fragments todged in| and| the whole of British industry had to close At $7.43 per Yard
n the past a rior tc e meeting 0 1e F : Te ae cee ae eee a ee eee a Ss age 1 - °
Pp } ) 5 a vast scale, red last year at Brighton would around the heart encour: pie weate| down for three weeks, at the end of a cold |



i ission i is i ie Smallpox d to be or f the ipted the life of , ;
Caribbean Commission in this island earlier mallpox u ses, and those 2v® disrupted the life of the town 67 so ago some bold and brilliont | winter. It was never to happen again |

7 , i killing diseases, and those d probabl read ‘rr the i

this year it was not generally known that main 5 Afar aH aRnan ea ably spread over the Cnerators in the U.S.A. were re- | \ ;

the a holacaht Ss wae available to Barba- bore Wr rising ‘ns oa th ahi eee porting” their first successes w ith | I do not see how the planners can escape | -
ships , aila o Barb: ‘ é the now famous “blue baby” | responsibility for this, And to record the fate |

: : ; faces for the rest of their lives, Cortisone
dians, When this was made known it was r ‘ aes orusone operation—an operation not on|
3 The conquest of this. disease be- the heart itself but on the large |Of the planners, it is worth mentioning that | 72 INCHES WIDE



found that the applicant must be able to | gan on May 14, 1796, the day that ANOTHER human guinea-pig ls near it. .
speak Spanish Dr, Edward Jenner, of Glouces- played a leading part in the dis- bigee Vs Hospital in London | |the Government’s planning bureau, which |
* “ ree tershire, inoculated a boy named covery fr eorti » the anti- was se i . note
James Phipps perhaps Tha: Reh comhtidtde. oe re antl Vos not far behind, and in 1946 | Wé et up in charge of an independent At $8.25 per Yard.

This qualification has now been removed important human guinea-pig there. This time it was an American 2 Surgeon there improved on the | | economist, Sir Edwin Plowden, has been dis- |



: f ; 3 x 2 . erating
and a knowledge of Spanish is no longer } has.ever been : ith teen ree housewife of 29 who was so ave nb oer ea ae ont con. | persed. It lost its battle with the Treasury e
: EES at : : a “cow-pox” spot on the finger of severely crippled with rheumatoid oes ; i :

required. This will mean that Barbadians a dairy maid arthritis that she could hardly genital heart disease. | which it was created to ginger into action. |
have the opportunity to secure at least a Jenner maintained that cowpox pga er tea - Probably the best-known human | | Ne iturally the excuses will be made. Power | DA COSTA & co. Lip.
fe 1ese sc arshing }j 2 a very mild disease often caught n september 948, a. AYO guinea-pig of the present day ia -

w of these scholarships in the years to by countrymen from infected Clinic physician, following a Saw arts “Tom,” whose gastric stations are expensive and the needs are|
come. cows, gave those that developed it hunelt which has singe proved to fistula has provided more valu-| great. Building them would have meant fewer | DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT

There ar irtv se sahhing-nusarle immunity against small pox, He be a winner, gave her the first able information about the influ- ‘ :

e are thirty scholarships awarded proved his point when he later injection ever administered for = paeare on. S186) te onal houses, over the years. And more of industry |





‘ a , go rj ; ne ; ranreae 9 nopLUT Ma lw 1 ave i ;
See a ae the dass yo. eats op thitcae’ tree’ , human ease of of the adrenal gland now known organs than all other patients put would have to be diverted to making the |

of these have been awarded to West Indians | {iiaiipox. as cortisone. together. Much of what is now | dynamos, Export orders for electrical machin- | ¥??°???* ; POOROSSS OOO SRONIO?

4 }
from Trinidad and the Leeward and Wind- | — This risky experiment succeeded Daily injections were continued, called psychosomatic’ medicine DELIGHTFUL SNACK.

rd a for the bey failed to develop and on the second day the has been learned with Tom’s will- ery would have been refused. All that is true. 3
ward Islands. smallpox, and from it grew one of patient was able to roll over in ing aid.—-L.E.S. | But look at what the planners did! They |&

i. jo nationalised the electricity distributing in- 3

er James wiih curative purposes of the hormone



























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ota
BOOK REVIEW G. M. THOMSON Our Readers Say : |dustry. The British Electricity Authority | 3 x
a . en scares heen
: — then started advertising its merits. It sold | % *
‘sé y VA TSON a* Hurricanes | appliances, more and more electricity was /%
Mis hs Mac, the Addocate |used at home, Each small electric fire oe % %
Pa ase wots By Gavin regarded with suspicion. The thousand words, Every day in a SRG. chain Gabted 4h nie | more than a thousand pounds spent in capital | %
rend, en an yn » prese iogri ris well enough: fishing chair erecte is veran- — are i tec } j ‘

10s. 6d. 183 pages. sa eri a Br em ce Onesie til d “e ud wetsnnen Paper for publishing hints on what to provide it with electricity required to keep |$

. * 1 > ce > satisfe y unti i » practis i g 4 aay ot : 3
i WHAT is to be said about the the wthiole “Watson dossier” is dis- deep-sea rod, Casting one Neiie tnielt chee rv Neen to - ee nue calculation does not need an g it ;
biographer 5 A -f: * carde te +e ‘ a a lt Jen ly aoe = " e us leo es
blomapher of a. world-tampus carded arbi 100, the alee naga householders and especially inter~ _| electronic computer; ordinary human brains|® pap yang

. auy s ', 7 . — »: Os ary thre s. ot} of sve) 2 tn. ‘ .

whether his subject went to Ox- ZANE GREY, MAN OF THE Meantime he had written 56 rae daha: oe at ee can do it with simple arithmetic! Advertising | ee SNACKS 1% tin Strawberry Jam .94
ford or Cambridge and who, is not WEST. By Jean Karr. World’s j,ooKs of 6,000,000 words, which eee ty von” Meee helped on the desire of the housewife for | < 1% tin Raspberry Jam .48
100 per cent. certain what house Vor! oT 6d. 218 pages. ,, any determined man can do. Not However, I think the authori- the mode llelect h Carr’s Cream Crackers 14 tin Orange Jam .48 &
in Baker Street was the address ABOUT the time the old, wild gif of them can sell 28 million | ties could give us further informa- a ern all-electric home. and good luck % ‘ Idris Kola Tonie $1.00 per
are setts Molines Agency? Weer rea te oy Grey was & copies of the product as Grey did. tion, For instance, there seems to to her—but the investment programme did x Canadian Red Cheese bottle .

How (one asks oneself) can YOUNS man in the not vila Seven books have been publish- be some doubt in the minds of ee re Crushed Pineapple .48 ~
such doubts have arisen about the East, training to be a dentist. He oq since his death; there Ca ce many people as to whether they uot keep track on her buying. Five years after | is Canadian Cheddar Cheese
career of a ational figure? A ne bd Bypetons espe a dislike Wore to come. Grey ‘was usually ine oo, out to ae r daily the great fuel crisis, we will be faced with | st Australian Cheddar Cheese CEREALS
moment's reflection will suggest '9 Call asa istian na ten manuscripts ahead of schedule. round of duties immediately after ao
the answer. and distaste for dentistry. He — ; a hurricane. To many it may seem peneeei Where was the Socialist Five Year Australian Cheese in Tins JUST ARRIVED

changed the first to “Zane” efter , | that their particular normal “job” an, % ;

The man responsible for the a@ maternal ancester an the @ ASPECTS OF MURDER. By | is not essential until things re- | * * ’ 4 Danish Cheese Kellog’s Corn Flakes g
sion ae Sones so-called second for a profitable career as Harold Dearden, Staples Press. | turn to normal, but those in au- | * & Dutch Edam Cheese Pre ihc .
tates and “t oswell,” Dr. John an author of bloodshot 1 9s. 6d. 202 pages. Whether you j thority may have other views. In | S ae a Whee 1. ¥

atson, a man who did not even about the West. turn to the sinister farce of Harry other words, who among the pub- THE PRIZE * Tuborg Beer oe f - “EF
know whether he had been E Bake ; or to the tragedy of Adolf lic should find themselves at their ed Mees Laie ss ruff Wheat 4
pepunded in ey praidey or the “Mbt a * nuine ro for tt whose only crime was that usual place of business or occupa- t this season of the year our newspapers S Bass’s Ale Heinz Spaghetti & Cheese
Jeg, a doctor who made no serious* Wilaness and beauty of the lonel bled a pes > »yer tion——-such business or occupati | fi yr ar ¢
attempt to cure his friend Holm places of America and sufficient eee ee ee eeree ete foniaiag considered " wcabntial’ and me they we cRUEe short of news than of x Worthington Ale %
of the drug habit and who, in ad- literary skill to share this en- Dearden wr necessary to the general welfare newsprint: Every night the editors who have x Gcelden Tree Bee ae .
dition, may have been a bigamist. thusiasm with his reader H of the community, and who should to colle stories worr res wi Set ee : *

Was Watson really a doctor? believed t\at a simple life « @ MY COUSIN R ACHEL. By | report to the Authoritie with a , i leet the stories beh themselves with ss ~
Was he legally entitled to practise? Qdventure nurtured er Daphne du Maurier, Gollancz | view to assisting in Reliet Work which of several uninteresting items will! % %

lah: he fa a ahve “4 Gualiti ner 12s. 6d. 352 pages. iphne | 2 : ies : i 2

Sov, eid ina. veey let sualtos ip men, Lie ad. 8 pages. Daphne dk | at have to make the most important story of § © MEAT DEPT. $
tween the two men suggest cither ~ tore one itiful, equivocal Rachel bring | Finally, can you enlighten me as the day. But this week one unique story, with % %
end t i , oan ‘ aide An . i ther to nether the details of i i . : * 2 >

that ane . hold over W Ae »ba rst to A 1G Men gon. _ my aii ee . a thousand sad, and sanguinary implications, |X Australian Beet 3
gon (eg., through know th 2 ve ) ! ‘ ts uw cousin P} tion, et as lished . Sah i
truth about his medical quali: t f @ LONG INNINGS. By Pelham Handbook of ine Relief has come to their hands. A report is around, } Fresh Vegetables $
tions) or that Holmes used Wa' Grey ‘ Warner Harrap. 15 ; I ue m8 I i good ‘n Paris, that a French Senator, Who was!% Frozen Salmon %
to obtain drugs = rons t ; HASTINGS HOUSEWIFE elected by the tribal inhabitants of tl sory | x
. 4 { 1 Mn SEWIFE. lected the tribal inhabitants he Ivory |} ' ‘ " ta °

At all events, Watson is a wit Every day si : ee : oe "1X PHON S§ — WE DELIVER NS
ness whose testimon y shoul e writir i vrot : RVE 20.851 Coast, has been eaten by his constituents. x t E GODDARD: ot

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,



Bakers’ Dispute Settle

At Joint

THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT,

1951

Conference

in view of the recent



W ounding Costs 20/-
The decision of His Worship
Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police

dispute between the Barbados Workers’ Union and the Magistrate of District “A"—who

Management of Messrs.

A dispute between the Manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson & Red-
man Bakeries and the Barbados
Workers’ Union was settled at a
Joint Conference held under the
Chairmanship of the Acting La-
bour Commissioner and it was
agreed by both parties to release
the following ststement:

The Bakery Proprietors’ Associ-
ation and the Barbades Workers’
Union were conducting direct ne-
gotiations with a view to revising





the current agreement. There
were differences of opinion in
regard to the rate of wages to

be paid for work done during the
day on Sundays in the bakeries of
Messrs, Johnson & Redman and
the matter was left open for fur-
ther discussion.

On Friday, 20th July, the Mana-
ger of Messrs. Johnson & Rednian
Bakeries told his bakers he under-
stood that they were not going to
work on Sunday at the usual rates,
and enquired whether his inform-
ation was correct, They failed to
reply, whereupon he requested
them to inform his Foreman of
their decision before leaving that
evening. (It may be mentioned
that it is not customary for these
bakers to work on Saturdays)
The bakers signified to the Fore-
man their willingness to work on
the Sunday.

Usual Rates






On Sunday morning, 22nd
July, 20 bags of flour were pre-
pared, as customary, in advance
for baking. Later the other
bakers reported for work. These
men were accompanied = by
Union representatives. On en-
quiry they were informed that

they would be paid the usual
rates for Sunday. They there-
upon declined to work. The

men were given ten minutes to

decide whether or not. they
would work, Some of the
bakers decided to do so, but
others refused. The manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson and
Redman Bakeries then made

efforts to secure the services of

other bakers and baked the

dough which had already been
prepared.

On Monday morning, 23rd July
these bakers who had refused to
work on the Sunday returned to
work. The Manager explained to
them that he could not employ
them as their places had already
been filled by other bakers to
whom he had given an assurance
of continued employment.

On Monday afternoon, 23rd
July, an Assistant Secretary of the
Barbados Workers’ Union spoke {0
a representative of the Manage-
ment regarding the re-instatement
of these men. but due to pressure
of public business, no meeting
could be arranged until Wednes-
day, 25th July. No agreement was
reached at that meeting, and on
the following day, the President-
General of the Union and an As-
sistant Secretary interviewed a
representative of the Management,
but again no settlement was
reached.

Strongest Methods

On Friday, 3rd August, the
Manager of Messrs, Johnson &
Redman Bakeries received a letter
from the Barbados Workers’
Union, dated 2nd August, stating
that the Union was prepared to
use the strongest methods permis-
sible to effect the reinstatement of
the bakers concerned. Copies of
this letter were sent to the Secre-
tary of the Shipping and Mercan-
tile Association and the Labour
Commissioner.

On the same day, the Shipping
and Mercantile Association report-
ed toé the Union that they were
informed by the Stevedore La-
bourers working on board the s.s,
“Alcoa Pennant” that they had
been instructed by the Council of
the Union not to handle any cargo
consigned to Messrs. Johnson. &





Redman, C., F. Harrison & Co.,
Ltd., and J. N. Goddard & Sons
Ltd.

At this stage the Labour De-

partment intervened and prelim-
inary discussions were held- with
representatives of the Union and
representatives of the Manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson & Red-
man Bakeries separately

On Saturday, 4th August, a joint

conference was held under the
Chairmanship of the Acting La-



bour Commissioner between rep-
resentatives of Messrs. Johnson &
Redman Bakeries and representa-
tives of the Barbados Workers’
Union and a_ settlement was
reached.



Parish Scout Camp

The Island Scout, Commissione!
Major J. E. Griffith accompanied
by District Commissioner L. T.
Gay yesterday visited and inspect-
ed the inter-troop Scout camp for
the parish of St. Thomas. The
camp, under the command of
Scouter P. E. Ellis started on Sat-

urday and will end on Friday.
Scouts from the other parishes
of the island are welcome to this

camp.



MARTELL BRANDY
ROYAL VANILLA PUDDING
” CARAMEL PUDDING
SWIFTS VIENNA SAUSAGES
CUT RITE WAX PAPER .
KOO SWEET CORN
WHOLE TOMATOES ‘
BAHAMAS CRUSHED PIN
SMORGOS NKFURTE!
PERLSTEIN



Johnson
yesterday issued the following statement.



YOU WHEE SELECE GhenSt EAREW

CHOCOLATE PUDDING



& Redman Bakeries,

Masterton-Smith
Assumes Duties
As Harbour Master

Mr. Arthur _H.
bour and Shipping Master

Barbados, took
day shortly after his arrival here

Mr.
Smith, Harbour and Shipping
Master, looks over the har-
bour from his office window.

Arthur H. Masterton-

from ‘Trinidad by B.W.I. Air-
ways.
He was intransit at Trinidad

where he arrived three days age
from London by a naval tanker.
His wife and two children—one
a boy at school and a little gir) of
2—are expected to arrive from
St. Vincent on Sunday by the
R.M.S. Lady Rodney.

Mr. Masterton-Smith was form-
erly Assistant Harbour and Ship-
ping Master in the Burma Marine
Service. After getting the ap-
pointment here, he left his wife
and children in Burma and wert
on to England before coming here.
Mrs. Masterton-Smith and _ chil-

Masterton-
Smith, 35, newly appointed Har-
of
up office yester-



fined Vivian Payne of Passage
Garden, St. Michael, $4.80 and 48
cents costs for wounding Edna
Yearwood was confirmed by Jus-
tices G. L. Taylor ang H. A.
Vaughan in the Assistant Court
of Appeal yesterday.

The case in which Edna Year-
wood of Passage Garden, St.
Michael, was fined by the same
Magistrate $2.40 and 48 cents
costs for assaulting and beating
Vivian Payne on June 5 also went
before the Court of Appeal and
the decision was confirmed

Payne told the court that she
was standing at a pipe in Passage
Roed when Yearwood came up to
her and a fight ensued. Yearwood
told the court that in the fight
Payne hit her with a rock on her
forehead.

SIX MONTHS FOR
LARCENY

Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Pouce Magisurate of Disirict “A ,
yesterday sentenced Simeon Den-
ny of the Garden Land, St. Mic-
uael, to six montns’ imprison-
ment with hard labour wnen he
found him guilty of larceny.

Denny On August 20 stole one
pair of shoes from Bata Snoe Co.
ine snoes were valued at $6.00,

“PEGASUS” LOADS
MOLASSES

The S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, 3,931
tons, called here yesterday to load
molasses for Canada. She had
just arrived from British Guiana,
The Pegasus is expected to leave
port on her homebound voyage
about Wednesday afternoon. She
is consigned to Messrs. Da Costa
& Co., Ltd.



dren left Burma for St. Vincent.

Born in South Africa of English
parentage, Mr. Masterton-Smith
joined a training ship before the
last war. He was a cadet in the
Briyth Merchant Navy during
the war, operating from. Western
approaches and also from Colom-
bo in the Burma Marine Service.
His highest rank was Lieutenant,
R.N. Reserved. He spent 64 years



in the navy.

His mother-in-law, Mrs. A. G.
Hazell of St. Vincent, is a siste
of Mr. Harry Ince of Messrs.



S. P, Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

St. James Vesiry Consider

Tax Relief

Applications

THE ST. JAMES VESTRY yesterday considered 25
out of 102 applications for tax relief. The Vestry will hold

another meeting on Monday and the only item on the can take Boda’s place.

agenda will be the consideration of tax relief applications.
Before applications were considered, Mr. A. Johnson
brought up a discussion on what he called the taxpayers’ jj constituents.”

dissatisfaction at the inequit

for taxes.

After a debate over the dissat-
isfaction, he withdrew his mo-
tion that four vestrymen be ap-
pointed to a committee to go into
the matter with the assessor. The
withdrawal of the motion was
made when the Chairman and
Churchwarden, Mr. Jordan, told
him that it would not be legal.

Mr. Johnson said that though
satisfied with the rates the Ves-
try had fixed, ratepayers were

dissatisfied with what they term-
ed the spiteful way the assessor
was assessing properties.

“Many rumours go about in
this parish,” he said, “which say
that the reason for high taxation
is because I overspent money
during my term of Office as
Churchwarden.”

But it would be incorrect for
anyone to say that any Vestry-
man was responsible for the high
taxation,

Money Overspent

When he was Churchwarden,
he said, he did not overspend
any money and he should not be
accused if taxes were raised.

People are saying that the as-
sessor is assessing partially. The
position was that a man with a
little two roof house 16 feet by
8 feet and 20 feet by 9 feet, who
used to be taxed before,




never
was being taxed $18. Another
man with the same size house

and a small -verandah was asked
to pay $30. There were people,
too, who had done no repairs to
their houses and were assessed
at almost twice as much.
“There are other people with
the same size houses who were
asked to pay $9.60,” he said.
The Chairman said that he had
known Mr. Edwards the Assessor
for a number of years and he did
not feel he would go about any
spiteful method of assessing.
The assessor’s job was a tick-

lish one, and the Vestry had to
place confidence in him. He
therefore could not agree with
Mr. Johnson’s suggestion. z
“There is something wrong,
Mr. Johnson said, “for the peo-
ple are complaining.” _ i
Mr. S. Walcott said that it

was for the whole Vestry to go

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into tax relief and he did not
see of what use it would be to
appoint four members to go inic
it with the assessor, The assessor
was present and would go into
applications with them then.
To do as Mr. Johnson was sug-
gesting would only be to waste
time. In any case anyone who
brought a satisfactory. case wa9s
sure to get his consideration.

Complaints

Mr. S. Massiah asked whether
they themselves were to go around
and carry out the assessments.
There did not seem to be any
other Vestryman who had heard
ef the unusual complaints. No
one had told him.

Mr. J. Crick said he would not
go to the extent of saying that
there was any spitefulness in the
manner of the assessments, but
there were definitely compiaints
about the rating of houses.

“People have been comparing
amounts of other people who
they think have been_assessed at
a lower rate than they have
been,” he said, “and if it is not
against the law to appoint a
Committee to enquire into the
method of assessment, it is due
to Mr. Edwards to find out what
is happening.”

That was actually trying to
strengthen the hands of the as-
sessor, he said. If a separate body
went into it, the assessor, too, he
was sure, would be satisfied. If
things were found to be satisfac-
tory, he said, the people would
not continue to blame Mr. Ed-
wards, but put the blame, if any,
whereit should be put.

“At present, however,” he said,
“IT hear people saying that Mr.
Edwards assesses them partially
I do not know the law on this,
but it would be a relief to Mr,
Edwards against the censure he
is getting of assessing inequitably.”

Mr. Walcott said that he could
not agree that they were hearing
more than they had always been
hearing.

“In the political meetings,” he
said, “we are hearing about taxes

in St. James. Some make out
that St. James Vestry taxes are
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qd The Man Who St. Kitts

Got Eaten
By Rumour

By S. L. Solon
PARIS, Aug. 10
27, 1950, 36-year-
old African Senator Victor Biaka
Boda, from French West Africa,
was making a tour of his con-
stituency near Bouafle, on the
IÂ¥ory Coast, when his car broke
down. Bouafle is a built-up centre
with a hospital and a basket-)yul
team.

While his chauffeur was making

On January



repairs, Senator Boda went for a
walk into the bush.
Since then, Senator Boda has

not been seen,
dence exists to
ed to him.

and no definite eyi-
show what happen-

Ten months later, in November,
1950, some dry bones were brought
in by some Africans, who said
they were found near Bouatle

The bones, which included the
top of a skull, were sent to Paris



and examined by three private
specialists. The specialists, work-
ing from a photograph of la
and with, apparently, no other
means of identification, said it
was possible that the bones

belonged to Boda but they could
give no guarantee of this.

Meanwhile, a Paris political
gossip weekly, Aux Ecoutes, give
to broad jokes, published cn
January 12, 195l1—a year after
Boda’s disappearance—the story
that Boda had made a macabre
agreement with oertain medicine
men in his area in 1948, when
he was seeking their suppor!

The medicine men said to Boda:
“We will support you, but on
condition that if you are success-
ful, you will give us your young
wite to eat.”

According to this non-serious
account, after he was elected,
Boda took his wife to France and
forgot about his bargain-—but the
medicine men did not forget and,
when Boda returned to Africa;
they took their revenge by turn-
ing him into a dinner.

Soon after this version appeared,
the American Press told, with
other imaginary details, how Boca
was caught and eaten by irate
constituents.

The story lay dormant for a
while and then was revived, this
July, by Boda’s colleagues,

They wanted his death to be
certified by the French Govern-
ment, so that his political party,
the African Democratic Group,
could elect another candidate.

Boda’s salary has been mount-
ing up with no one to collect it,
and this alone has _ naturally
aroused considerable interest.

For according to French law, 30
years must elapse after an un-
explained disappearance before a
man is presumed dead.

The talk among African mem-
bers of the French Senate is how
soon will it be before another man
This is
linked with “a growing conviction
that the bones found were Boda’s,
and that he had been eaten by

But tonight a spokesman for the
Overseas Affairs Ministry, told
me: “The bones that were found
did not belong to the missing
Senator Boda. Officially his dis-
appearance is not yet explained,
and inquiry is going on.”

That i L.

However, it would not surprise
me if you read again of the un-
happy fate cf the senator whe
was turned into a meal by his
disgruntled supporters.

Watch out for it.





20/- OR 7 DAYS FOR
BODILY HARM

Their Honours Mire GO, ©
Taylor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
Judges of the Assistant Court of

ppeal, yesterday reversed &
decision of Mr. C. L. Walwyn
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”. : ,

Mr. Walwyn had_ dismissed
without prejudice a case brought
by Claretta Trotman of Carring-
ton Village against McMahon Os-
bourne of the same address for
bodily harm on June 12.

After reviewing the case Their
Honours fined defendant Os-
bourne $4.80 to be paid in ,eve!
days or in default seven days’
imprisonment for bodily harm.





MOTORIST FINED
A fine of $48 to be paid by in-
stalments or in default two,

months’ imprisonment
labour was imposed on Franklyn |
Gibbons of Station Hill by Mr

G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
tagistrate of District “A” yester-



Franklyn pleaded guilty of
driving the motor van E- 264
along Milk Market, City, while
under the influence of drink.
offence was committed
August 19.

Franklyn was also
from holding a driving licence
for one year. Sgt. Forde at-
tached to the Traffic Branch pro-
secuted for the Police.

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Housing Scheme Underway

Nevis Complete
Record Sugar C

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HON. M. H. DAVIS of St. Kitts-Nevis told the Advocate
yesterday that they had just completed the record sugar |
crop of approximately 44,100 tons of sugar and were aiming

at 50,000 tons next year,
St. Kitts-Nevis delegation

Mr. Davis is a member of the

attending the talks of the!

Regional Economic Committee which get underway at)

Hastings House to-morrow.

THE HARBOUR
UNDER RAIN

THE harbour, on its busiest day,
ikes the very opposite look when
ain sets in. There is the sudden

ange from activity to lifeless-

The waterfront, which is almost

wded throughout the day with

ople, suddenly becomes desert-
The longshoremen, lumber
orkers, tally clerks, cartermen,
ndhouse clerks ond idlers alike
irry to shelter in nearby offices
ind bends until the rain has
vpated.

Cargo that will be damaged by

water amd has been left on the
wharf is covered over with tar-
paulins while puncheons of mo-
lasses, ironware and such cargo
take the wetting,





Lighters lying alongside’ the
iterfront with cargo
d ships are covered with
rpaulins. Lightermen whose

vessels are alongside have the ad-
Vantage of taking shelter ashore
hile those who are working with





e ships either have to take
ielter under their tarpaulins o1
et permission to go aboard the
ips

Steamships, motor vessels and
hooners are held up in their
discharging or loading of cargo
As soon as the showers begin io
fall, the ship labourers batten down
ihe hatches Some ships carry

tarpaulins over the hatches when
the rain is not heavy, From out
f the mist caused by the showers,
moke rising from funnels of
chooners shows that at least thei
cooks are astir
Boats At Anchor
Boatmen are not seen plying up
and down the Bay plying for hire
they do on a dry and busy day
They leave their boats at ancho:
in the Careenare while they
hore*for shelter. However,
make sure that the seats for pas-
engers are covered so as to be
Kept as dry as possible. Launches
e usually huddled together be-
low the Chamberlain Bridge
The Careenage becomes muddy

they





on a rainy day. Water coming
down into the Careenag from
the Constitution River brings mud
with it while the rain water
washes dust and other stuff from
the waterfront into the Careen-
sge. The discoloured water runs
for a few yards beyond the
mouth of the Careenage

But as soon ag the rain holds



ip, the harbour is suddenly busy

again, Waterfront workers and
clerks, now wearing raincoats o1
old jackets and some carrying
umbrellas, are out again in force,
taking advantage of every min
ute,

The ship
cargo is

are back to work and
being loaded on them o:

being discharged into lighte:
again. Ship workers then have to
take care how they move around
the ships for fear that they fall
fromthe lippery decks and
planks

In the Careenage, schooner
sails are hoisted for drying while
rain water has to be bailed from
the empty lighters and row boat



Personal Spite,
Not Polities

: AMMAN, Aug, 20

Jordan's Attorney General
Walim Bey Salah, eurrently pro e-
( uting the 10 men accused of
plotting the murder of King

Abdullah said that the motive be-

hind the assassination was per
sonal spite and not politics. In
an .exclusive interv Walim



Ley said that the former Jordan-
lan officer, Lt, Colonel Abdullah
El Tel, one of the defendants bi

being tried in absentia, had be- cs? Does this make you sults
came ssatisfie Hi ee 1 pain, feel so nervous, tired—t
j ot dissatisfied when his com- ch (umes? Then start taking Lydia
Mission as Military Governor of Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
qoanlens was terminated k it ten days before vo Felleve
‘el, charg , c ; symptoms. Pinkham's has a
swainst — with guiding the plo id soothing éffect on one of
egain Abdullah, is in exile in i's most important organs!
oe Another and lesser de © woman's friend!
fendant is also on trial before the r 4 10 VEGETABLE
Military Tribunal in absentia 1 hue PINKHAM’S Comrouno a a
—U,P.



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He said that their housing pro-}
gramme the building of houses}
and resetting of villages — is well
underway. They started last year
and had now more or less com-
pleted their plans for this year.!

At present attention was being}
concentrated on St. Kitts because!
it was more urgently needed there.)
Twelve houses had been completed}
in Basseterre and 36 were in the;
process of completion. Work had}
been started in one district in the
country At Saddler’s Village
they were erecting six houses}
which were to serve as model;
cottages. The programme was}
being carried out mainly through!
funds from Labour Welfare

“We have launched a_ loan}
scheme,” he said, “with which it)
intended to help those people
who already have houses and who
may desire to make extensions.
Advertisements have already been
made for the loans.”



Is

Politics |

Speaking of the political situa-
tion, Mr. Davis said that they
had challenged certain aspects

of the
that had

improved constitution
been offered by the
United Kingdom Repregenta-
tions to this effect had been
made but no reply had yet been
received, “Proposals in the new



constitution which LI think are
acceptable,” said Mr. Davis, “are
Adult Suffrage, an elected ma-

and Executive Councillors

elected by the legislature,

“The Labour Party is fighting fo;

majority in both the legislature
end the Executive Council, and
it has been agreed to give us at
elected majority in the legisla-
ture,”

Mr.

jority in the Legislative meitiors|

that it wa
hoped to hold the general elec-
tions in October, but it did not
now seem likely as arrangements
necessitated by Adult Suffrage
had not yet been made,

Davis said

Sugar Crop Held Up

Mr. E. Scott Johnson, Adviser
to the delegation from Antigua
attending the conference, said that
conditions in Antigua are not at
all what one would like them to
be. “Too much polities are mixed
up in everything; the people are
being badly misled by the Heads}
of the union,” he said, |

“For instance, our sugar crop
should have been finished by June,
but it looks as if this will not;
take place before September, The |
cutting of canes is still going on.
‘This is due to the go-slow method
adopted by the workers, As a
result the sugar content of the
canes is getting less and less, and
I do not think factory owners will

be prepared to go on after Sep-
tember as it might not be eco-
ncmical to do so, I think that un-,

less there is a complete change;
of the heart we are not going tol
prosper,”

Mr. Johnson sald that there had
been a fairly good production of
Sea Island cotton in the island
this year and that this was also
the case last year, The cotton

is bought by the’ Ministry of



ipply and reasonably good prices
were paid,

Now was the time for planting
cotton, he said, but here again the
late cane cutting was presenting
a problem. The workers who cut
the canes also plant the cotton
This meant that a portion of the
week was being spent c cutting
the canes and the other po:tion
on planting cotton, It was a most
unhappy state of affairs,

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In its dawn this fresh young life.
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Chapel Roof itm accordance wi speci-
fication which can be seen on ‘appleation
to this Office,

The Churchwarden does not bind him-
self to accept the lowest or any tender
and the person or Firm whose tender
may be accepted will be required to
submit letters from two persons (not
being members of the St. Michael's
Vestry) stating their willingness to ac-
ccpt suretyship for the satisfactory per-
formance of the work,

FRED J. ASHBY,
Churehwarden’s Clerk,
Churchwarden’s Office,
Parochial Buildings,
Bridgetown.
18.8.51—5n

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC-
IATION LTD.

NOTICE







Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Secretary in the’
Coconut Growers’ Association, Ltd.
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Candi-
dates should preferably be be-
tween 28 to 40 years of age, and
must have experience in office
administration. A practical |
knowledge of cost-accounting is;
essential. Some technical factory{
experience would be an advan-;
tage though not essential. Y

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O.
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 31st August, 1951.
Particulars required;

(1) a. Date of birth.

b. Where born.

(2) Married or single.

(3) Where educated. F

(4) Post or posts held during
past 10 years, and full de-
tails of duties performed.

(5) Certificates and/or degrees
held.

(6) Certified copies of two
recommendations from pres-
ent (and previous, if any)
employers.

(7) Names and addresses of
two referees for references
as to character, etc,

(8) Amount of annual salary
expected,

(9) A recent passport photo-

raph, ;

Note: No interviews will be

sranted except by appointment
after all applications have been

considered. “|



PICKWICK
CRICKET CLUB



Members are cordially
% invited to attend a pre-
sentation to be made to

Mr. John Goddard,
O.B.E.

On WED. AUGUST
22nd at 6.30 p.m.

At Kensington Oval
H. D. KIDNEY,

LOC IS S99



a +
Honorary Secretary. %
omennmnennaet

FOR SALE

Minimum cherge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sutdays 24 words — ever 24)
words 3 cents a word weekeet cents a)
wort on Sundays; |





AUTOMOTIVE





Veux Hali 14—6. Apply: Cosmopolitan
| Garage, Magazine Lane. Dial 3915
21.8.51—5n





21.8.51—an

ee

CAR—1950 Hillman. Apply at Clifton
Terrace, Upper Bay Street. Telephone
3902. 17.8.51—4n

renin ae eaeeeas
CAR—Chrysler 1989 Model in perfect
ecndition. Engine, paint. upholstery and
tyres, all good, for particulars apply:

Bdos Agencies Ltd. Ring 4908.
17.8.51—6n.



_

CAR—1949 Kaiser Saloon done oniy 5,500
Miles in A-1 condition. FORT ROYAL |
GARAGE LTD. Telephone 4504

16.8.51—6n

ELECTRICAL

|
ELECTRICAL: Several





good second-



























FOR RENT

words 3 cents a word week—4 cents
word on Sundays;



HOUSES

“BAY VIEW”, St. Lawrence Gap. O

the Sea. 2 bedroom house fully fiurnistied | .
best sen bathing, immediate possession | SOuld state their case to the Ves-

Apply next door, Mrs. R

Lyneh

21 .8.51—in



riers Dit nae.
CLIFTON TERRACE—Ty an approved
| tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay $t
CARS: 11) 194 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938| Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
medern conveniences. Appiy on premises

3.8.51—t.£.n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave, Belleville. Full taxes. From his knowledge of
furnished. Garage. Immediate possession the law, it was the assessor's
Phone 8926 or 3450 19.6.51—a> right to assess and the Vestry’s
ens a Cena tieernansrenenennemenne to consider tax relief. They

FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, ly _— .
built with spacious cupboards. Phon-| Ould not change his figures

2280. 26.7. 51—t.f 0»
—

LITTLE HAMILTON—From ist Sep
lYember, St. Lawrence Gap, unfurnishe
3 bedrooms etc., water, Rieetric. Furth
information Dial 8144. No. Dogs





21.8.51—i5
a

“MALTA”, Cattiewash, for the mont
of Oetober. Apply to Mrs. Gill, Mart
Doorly & Co 21.8.51—<

—————$—$—
SELBY HASTINGS—4 bedrooms, 3 with

running water, ail modern conveniences
Unfurnished, Available Ist September
Apply on premises between 4 p.m
6 p.m. everyday 16.8.51—5n



Re eee ee
“SUNSET”’.—St. James, belonging ‘9













Minimum chorge week 72 cents and
cents Sutdaeys 24 words -—- over 24





and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

St. James Vestry
Pyorrhea and

Trench Mouth
Stopped in 24 Hours
Y BRIN &



‘he the

two

are
in

el)
parishes.”
Unfair Assessment

Any bady thought ihe)
were assessed. he said

who
unfairly



try and they would go inté it. An

assessor was either to be dis-

missed or the Vestry go on with
what he said.

The chairman said that it was

} true that quite a lot had been

said at political meetings about



east in the island excep’
2




but they could give relief. As
regards putting off tax relief, it
was the eighth month of the
year and the people who had
applied for relief were not g0-
ing to pay until they had been
told what they finally had to

i

1

»} pay. He could not see a rea-
1 sonable Vestryman suggesting
that they postpone considering

tax relief.

Mr. Johnson then withdrew his
motion. )

Three boys and one girl were!
yesterday granted Vestry Scho











|
hand Fridges in good working order at/ irs 4 C. Worswick. for August a: 1(@0ships to secondary schools. Tho!
eee Beard’ eae ae | September only. Furnished girl is June Greaves and the!
Street, one ‘ ay YEARWOOD & BOYCE, three boys are Arthur Gree |
ELECTRIC FANS—Céiling and Des | Janes Feet. Ezra S. Sandiford and Rudolph!
Types. Get me to-day and keep cool. | ; ze Harris. \
Dial 3878. Ma Costa & Co. Ltd-| “Tie GLEN—St. Lawrence G D ibbons rochis \
—St. ap. Apply r. Gibbons, parochial Medi-
Dlectrical Dept. 17.8.51—6n. | Johnson, Hotel St. Lawrence eal Officer, was granted one
WEEFRIGERATOR: = One New Model po rae —, leave by the Vestry
estinghouse Refrigerator. A-1 condi- ring his leave, Dr. Clarke will uch
tion, Phone 182 for appointment to) PURE SALES [carry out his duties. . wt of Ic
pec ; eons ane Der sonte ine on memecass The Churehwarden was given Gverenteed
FURNITURE, minimum "charge "41.30" "an "weekdays | $208-10 tO give to two St. James'| | Amam work so fst aod gp carvan
- dnd 91.40 cn" BuAaaye. Parishioners one from Fitts Vil B feereeees 2 ae Sept sume
CHAIRS: Just received a lage and one from Porters, whose th to your lete sati oF
. your to your complete satisfaction or
shipment of Office Posture Chairs with houses and other property wer: on return of empty package.
three, ent, flee them, today REAL ESTATE damaged during the 1949 hig! Abeba oh nine Fapeiget at
2.8.51-t.tn. Tees ~ | waters. heart trouble. Get Amosan from your
aT Ma =| at MOND: One gore. five perches of land] The Churchwarden was told} @=e=# Under this iron-clad guaran-
at Cave Hill, Obliquely opposite Mont- that tt - “see sree ae tes. ¥ risk
LIVESTOCK gomery Girls’ School. Apply: Norman the Governor-in-Executiv: Amosa othing the
—__— | Lawrence, Cave Hill, St. Michael Committee had approved of con | - Rise pro:
The half-bred mare Jewel and a small 21.8.51—in | pensation for some whose. ho
riding poney. Apply, J. C. Payne, Har- ~ hed teen deimaged se, house Fer Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth
row, or Phone 3344. 18.8.51—3n | SHED—1 new gabled shed 34 x 26 ,
Covered with new best quality heavy “S
MISCELLANEOUS gauge galv. Corr. Sheets. 2” x 4” fir ee —
and pa pine with stone pillars
. 1 New Shed 92’ x 14° Covered with
BATH TUB — Fuil size cast iron bath | pyerite Sheets 2” x 4” fir and whit
tub. | Price $25.00. Apply Sandyfields,| pine with heavy -callaba posts,” V ait | iaaaiaki wim OFFICIAL NOTICE
Si. Peter 21-8518" | CLARKE, Ivy Lodge, Ivy Road IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price 21.8.51—2n penean P ey the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notic= to all
. Fitt, ts f - es . P s r claiming any estate, right i rest , -
Sy Prarrnacye PLAST FN | wrown as Noo BF Bean Steet oars | branes, tn OF affecting ihe" property” hevcimatte, mentioned, ie’ property ate
~Ghausiall WANE AkwAnan ibe a corner site and standing on 2520 square bring before me an sccount of their claims with their witnesses,

Cooking Pots with cover and handle,

feet of land.

(capacity 14 pints) at $2.99 each. First ie eas on application to the tenant

Grade heavy triple coated Enamel Cas-

sersoles at $1.00 each. G. W. Hutchinson

& Co,., Ltd. Dial 4222, Broad Street
19.8.51—2n

DRUMS—Five hundred empty drums
at $1.50 each. Apply K. R. Hunte &
Co. Ltd. Dial 5027. 18.8.51—6n

Se

GLASSWARE—American Glass Tum-
blers—Snaps or Cocktails 8c each, Pony
Ce eachy % pint 12c each. Attractive,
Candle Holders and Ash Trays, Nut and
Candy Dishes at very reasonable prices.
G. W. Hutchinson & Co., Ltd. Dial
4222, Broad Street,

HAND ROLLER:
Roller, suitable for
Phone 8152













One heavy
use in Colas work

,21,8.51—y3n

NYLON STOCKINGS—A special price
for a quarter dozen. All new shades. 3
pairs for $4.50. THE MODERN DRESS
SHOPPE, Broad St 19.8.51—2n

——

PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-







surance Co
24th at the
19.8.51—2n | Nelson St

Hand | Terms

sirable, Salary $80.00 a



r. F. S. Nicholls
This property will be set up to Public

competiiton on Friday 31st August 1951
at 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned.

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
18.8.51—12n

AUCTION



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
T will sell on Friday August
General Motor Bus Co.,

41) A-@O Austin Van

(Damaged in accident). Sale at 2 p.m
Cash VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer 21.8.51—4n

_ EDUCATIONAL _

COPRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

Required for September term.

MATRON. Nursing qualifications de-
month with

tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head- | board residence. Increased if applicant
eche—Pains in the limbs and joints—| is fully trained nurse or has excep-
Feverishness, Remember there is only one | tionally good experience
ASPRO. 19.8.51—lIn
a SS Apply with details of qualification and
RECORDS: Charlié Kunz, Bing, Swing| experience to Mrs. Greaves, Belmont,
....and we will order for you if we/St. John. Tel. 95—249.
"t got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co., 19.8.51—3n
Ltd. 6.7,.51—t.f.n. om
TO keep the hair looking its begt at COMBERMERE SCHOOL,
all times try ““Danderine’, no trouble to BARBADOS, BW.
use—just put it on. Price 1/3 and 4/-| peouiRED, in September if possible,
bot. Knights Ltd 21.8.51—8 | oe not later than January, 1952,
—— re. 6Banoa aiualite | Graduate Teacher of Modern Languages—
WOOLLEN SOCKS: Heavy quale, French and Spanish—up to Ordinary
Woollen Soeks in Grey only oS , OF | Level of the General Certificate, with
footballers 0c. per pair. Broadway) po .cinility of Advanced Level work in
Dress Shop 21,8.51-38 | near future,

———
WALLABA POSTS—AlIi sizes. 6 8 10 12.
Apply G. Mayhew, Gittens Croney &

CO, Ltd. Dial 4334 or 2362.
19.8.51—4n

—

LOST & FOUND







equivalent)

Salary Scales :
Graduate :— £360 x £15 £450 x £25—

£610 pa.

Ist. or 2nd. Class Hons. :-—— £400 x
£20 £600 x £30--£720 pa.

Position on incremer seale subject

to adjustment for War Service and pre-
vious recognised service.

Teacher's Diploma (or recognised

£45 p.e. above the mini-

muro and maximum of the above scales.

LOST

WATCH: One (i) Ladies Gold Wrist
Watch with gold Strap (Birks Made)
between. Tweedside Rd., Pine Road and

Col e Rock. Finder will be suitabky
ee by returning same to L. Bern-
plein, No. 1, Swan Street. Phage, ~"





WANTED
HELP ae

LADY—For office at Hotel Royal.
Apply in writing and in person to the
Manéger.

















nore and on the west on lands of Mr
—— m on lands now or late of Mr. John Weatherhead or however else the
NURSE—Experienced nurse with long| Philip H Deviteon, ¥ v Maas i, same may abut and bound Together with the messuage or dwelling
reference, middle aged. Good salary.|$ch Zita Wonita, Pudia woe .” house and all and singular other the buildings and erections thereon
Apply im person, § to 7 p.m. Mrs. | Gardenia W., Sch Ly erected and built standing and being with the appurtenances
Friedman, Blue Waters 10. oes 5 4 ‘ Bill filed 2lst December, 1950
——_ . § H. WILLIAMS,
Opa at RE Soy Bata Sake net. Cage al, irom Brigiah Gus Redthttteant-Chancery -
it ; Bata . ’ > 2.7.51 :
aye, ewes Broad Street. woce hon eae dlfana net, 5
21.8.51—in aes = =
cg Blue tons , Capt _—"
OVERSEER: Senior Overseer—Welder.| MV. Blue Stats Wcia mets Cap’
Knowisgee of lithe. work, “hel ; ‘Schvoner onderful Counsellor, 38
Aply Manager, Lower Estate Factogy. : for $1. Lucia.
7 21.8.51—8n | tons net Capt Alexander, for 6t.
MV. T. B , 116 tons net, Capt
SERVANTS — Experienced servapts| Mitchell, for St
wanted a cook and a butier-maid. Apply NOTICE
in person 8-10 am, Newton Lodge’ | Mails for Quebee and Montreal by the
Maxwell's Coast. 21.8.51—-2n | ss Alcoa Pesases will be closed at the
nr | ecru! Post Office oi
MISCELLANEOUS Parcel Mail abd Hegisierea Mail at
a —|230 pm, Ordinary i] at 3 pm. on
COW—One Cow fresh in mili, giving| the 2ist August, 1951.
between 24 and 40 pints per day. Apply:|) ~
E. Greaves, Retreat, St. Peter
18.8.51—2n
WANTED TO BUY

HOUSE with land or Building Site
wear See preferred. Leave fancy prices
out, Looking for good bargain. Call 8225
with particulars. 20.8.51—6n |

|
WANTED

FOR THE BURRICONE RELIEF |
ORGANISATION |
Sixty (60) Bottles to hold not less than |

4 pints. C€ unicate
Cierk, Parochial Buildings



21.8.51—2n

Cui YourPiles





Saetiega hie
Ba ba bu cn tabs ot fae oc

Irritath b' oe, trou-
les by ‘endache,
ervousness, tion,
oft SOeeT debility, irritable

Hi: must stop your
ins & real jes money back’
urn of empty pac



| ARTICULOS De ORIENTAL
| CURIOS, SOUVENIRS

} ANTIQUES, IVORY,

i JEWELS, LINENS,

f gTC., RIC.

|

THAN

(KASHMERE)



Dial 3486



special form) stating ake,
experience, married or sin
closing a photograph,
early as possible to The Headmaster,

19.8.51—8n | Emeline
Lewis,

ith—Vesti
‘Phone 3028

above post (mo
ifications,
,» and en-
to be sent as

Applications for the

re School, from whom further

particulars may be obtained.

19. 8, 51—3n.

—_————

HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay

Mandalay 11, MV. Lady



Sch Joy

M.V_ Sedgefiesd, Yacht Marsaltese, Sch

Sch. Mary M

M V. Anteres,
7 Sch

Sch United Pilgrim S.,



Alka-Seltzer is so easy to take...
so pleasant-tasting. Just drop one
or two tablets into a glass of water,
watch it fizz, then drink it. Not a
laxatiye, not habit-forming, you can
take it any time. Let Alka-Seltzer
relieve your acid indigestion.






Have a supply handy.
MOORE PTET i
1% FOR SALE x

* One G.E.C. Refrigerator, one \
i% year old, $420.00. One Premier %
~ automatic electric kettle, new, >
\> $18.00. One electric clock, $12.00 >
iv One 1/8 H.P Ac flectrio
| $* motor, $30.00. To be seen at 4
\& Archville, Upper Clapham, Christ ¢
° Church. Apply: H. W. Webster, @
{ B.M.L.A. Society, Phone 4238 or
| 6542 15.8.51—t.f.n x
\4 PPA LL LLL LL OS
|
i .
| To-Day’s G. A. Song
eer AD V OCATE
You” |
“nothing else in this
“world will do.’ I
' |
j like A Gas Cooker Ly





documents and vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between

the hours of 12 neon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at th s ts
Public Buildings Bridgetown before the I4th day of cca one ee
that such claims may be reported on and renked aceording to the nature and
priority thereof respectively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from
the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said
property

Plaintiff

LESTER LEROY GILL
Defendant

ROSITA GORDON COOLS

ALL THAT certain sugar plantation called “THE SPA" situate in the
parish of Saint Joseph in this Island and containing by eatimation 111
Acres 26 perches of land or ther@abouts abutting and bounding on lands now
or late of Mount Wilton, Parkes, Richmond Hill, Cane Garden and Fruitfhl Hill
Plantations, on lands now or late of W N. Vaughn, Joseph Bradshaw, Samuel
Quentin and Frederick Augustus Ishmael and on the public road or however
else the same may abut and bound together with the messuage or dwellinghouse
windmill, boiling house and other bu idings thereon and thereto belonging

H. WILLIAMS,

Registrar-in-Chancery

PROPERTY:

Bill filed: 22nd June,
Dated 9th July, 1951

1951

11.9.61—4n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

(IN| CHANCERY)

BARBADOS

Tn pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant! to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and
3 o'glock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridgetown,
before the 29th day of September, 1954.) order that such claims may be reported on
and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise such
persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all
claims on or against the said property

PLAINTIFF; JACQUES HUMPHREY

DEFENDANT: ANNA LORRA SPENCER
FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at
Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados afore
said containing by admeasurement thirty three perches Abutting
and bounding on two sides on innds of Alphonsa Heppin on lands
of May Atkins and on a road or however else the same may abut and
bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT ec ain piece or parcel of land
situate at Greens in the parish of St, George and Istand of Barbados
aforesaid containing by admeasurement one acre two roods Abutting
and bounding on of Drax Hall Plantation on lands of F. F.C
Gill on Jands of G Forde and on the public road or however else
the same may abut and bound Together with the messuage or
dwelling house and oll and singular other the buildings and erec-
tions thereon erected and built standing and-being with the appur
tenances.
Bill filed 30th June, 1951,
Dated the 26th day of

PROPERTIES:









July, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery

MN .7,31—-4n



OFFICIAL NOTICE

(IN) CHANCERY)

BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I Mo hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any esta right or interest or any lien or ineymbrance in or
affecting the property herei ter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and’ vouchers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and
3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridgetown,
before the 29th day of September, 1961 in order that such Claims may be reported an
and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise sueb
persons will be precluded from the henefits of any decree and be deprived of all
claims on or awainst the said praperty «

PLAINTIFF; EDWIN LEE BELL
DEFENDANT: JOHN WESLEY BELL
ALL THAT certain piece or parce] of land situate at Stewart's HM
in the parish of St. John and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing
by admeasurement one acre and twenty two perches Abutting and
bounding on the south en lands of Mount Pieasant Plantation, on the
B, 1. Barrow and on the east





PROPERTY





































































































PAGE SEVEN



































SHIPPING NOTICES asec |
> ¢
Rg Yr ’ 3
> FURNISH |
silibaiiian arent i si - sii aa i $ 4
’ MONTREAL, AUSYRATIN % J %
= RS NEW ZEALAND LINE tami >
- ANE i Home & Office §
THE M.V. “MONEKA”™ ss PORT FATR‘ R %
Will accept Cargo and Passengers sail from H t 8
tor Dominied, Antigas, Monts fi} | Sots, “Mackay Du . ee eyes -eoyere See a
)) sercat, Nevis, &t Ss. Salling 3ist, Sydne Aug ath Me 2g Spring Cradies. ‘Lath Red z
Friday 17th | August Ith, arriving at Trinidad Bureau Washstands $6 Up %
THE MY “CARIBBEER” Mi | tember sth, and Barbados Septem Wardrobes, Morris, Tub, Rush «
<“) TRE MV “CARIBRER 12th other Furniture, Tables, Side $
Wit aecept Cargo and Passengers In addition to general cargo 1 board Waggor Larders, China
for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- vessel has ample space for ct 1 Bedroom ani Kitchen Cabinets
: ae st Kitts. Sailing hard frozen cargo Desks, Bookcases, Bookracks
riday 24th Cargo accepted on thr h B SING nd otf . Ma
_ THE MLV. “DARRWOOD” Lading for transhipment ot 7 rt | tan foe baa saa
Will accept Cargo and ssengers British Guiana, Leeward and Windward d Lockstitc? ani Poot-
for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Islands. & €12 to $60 .
' Passengers only for St. Vincent For further particu! appl a c
Sailing date to be notified. FURNESS, WITHY & CO LTD RTD
B.W.}, SCHOONER OWNERS TRINIDAD,
ASSO. Inc., B.W.I |
Consignees, Tel, No. 4047 and L S WILSON
DA COSTA & CO. LTD | . .
a BARBADOS | , x
BWI SPRY ST.
DIAL 4069 %
y OnE £4 Ba ROR onssonccseses ieeecee?
ALS < 64 tz | OOOO PAA AA
= YS SY SNe s * 7 * ‘ >
—— vs 8 NEWS FLASH! 3
. . | ‘
CANADIAN SERVICE fe >
From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal i % Ammident Toothpaste x
eee ee Sepp Reectabesictlisdorehuaseal bie ig ‘ a ~
| >
LOADING DATES Is Competition x
lo *
y BS
1 la sry f ‘
Expected Arrival % FIRS RIZE 550.00 ¥,
Montreal Halifax Dates, Bridsetown, | aera ~— . oe oe
we os , aes % SE RIZE $15.00 %
& 3 NPRINCE’ 1 August 6 August August $ THIRD PRIZE S$ 5.06 ¥
+s. “POLYRIVER 11 August 16 August 1 September % In 25 words or less justo®
m.v. “BENNY 29 August 19 September % os es J >
s “SUNDIAL” . es Sept Senta heh 1 finish this sentence x
ss “A VESSEL” : “pt 16 Ovtober 1% lL prefer Ammident x
yes anes 1A TOOTHPASTE becaus >
Hie . s Ae 4 ecause s
U.K SERVICE 1X , ; : x
1? ; cites y
and send in your entry with &
‘i rie . ) ¢
From Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow a flattened AMMIDENT ¢
Expected Arrival as ¢ . :
Swansea Liverpool Glaszow tales, Uoléenaaen seth paste. box 40 Beg. >
ss, “BAST WAVE Hunte & Co., Ltd. ¢
ST WAVE (if sufficient 14 Aug 18 Aug 4 August ,
#8. “SUNRELL tinduce 9 Aug. 2Sept. 20 Sept. > You' can send in any times 3
ae ' (offers 7, ber of entries but each entry &
Ss “SUNWHIT Mid: September % must be accompanied by an x
ss. “SUNRAY é Pais eee
dels ict nd Septembs | AMMIDENT toothpaste box. ¥
tecepaire + Entries will be judged on &
| U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE % their ability to describe the %
{ Expected Arrival % excellent qualities of AM- »
| London Antwerp Rotterdam Dates, Bridgetown, MIDENT Toothpaste The ¥
Barbados Te iy Cane ‘ >
ss. “SUNJEWEI 1 Aug. 14 Aug. 17 Au August 139 Ee NOES SOs ae
| mv. “BRUNO 1a Sen te wes }@ the names of winners will &
| 1 l published in the local ~
| Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 1% newspaper Competition
fie $ ends December 1951 ~
pf 2 POOLED DDOGSBOOD”
Gne.
gees NEW YORK SERVICE AUCTION
8.§ A_sails 20th July Arrives Barbados Qist July, 195
A STEAMER. sails 10th , os 5 Bist August, 195 , |
3 See Aceves Barbados aye AUBUst, 1961 Wednesday, 22nd August. |
g |
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i lay afternoon. Windward i is laved en's Col- . WATER POLO
3 ‘i oe Sie a . ae dward Islands playec Que en Cot Fourteen members of the sia path og ae
c xii ot e a, , , s s rac an
Windward Islas siusss is 4 i LONDON newly formed Harrow Sports Flying Fish vs Police The
AWaTO « >, 1 to » Were y ec * : é ’ é . referee is Mr. Peter Patterson.
\ d Islands, who were first to bat. were bowled THE JAMAI : aS Te iw Club are expected to leave the
out for 61 run D. Phillips topscored with a vaiuable 26 L JAD CAN GOVERNMENT, with a hearty vote island today for St. Vincent to The games will be played at the
os E i Ips V a Uat 4 of thanks added as g d eb hae . 7 . take part in a series of games Aquatic Club Play besins at 5
Bowling for Queen's College, J. Phillips took four for 23 eit Eee ee eee, measure, have approved, through Bir Pir ide football, tble ten. ==

and F. Bishop two for 15. their House of Repres« ntatives, the payment of £650 to vig beeketball te 2 tea ate
queen: - illexe replied with M. Moore shared the last wicket oe Alfred Valentine, records Sportsman Diary from The table tennis team is built
sities pad sin ied =a first. partnership o> G : ee me o wer ng up around Lincoln Worrell, a local

ngs ard s on ore a valuable and impre : > “A” Class player, Rudy Spencer TE ,
} I off 57 before being bowled This is in addition to €12 player, Rudy Spencer,
Quee Colle . Y : rere ee : t has neces tht ot Poke rane Johnnie _Bynoc and Neville Grif- a ag a
It ve ° y Moore was undefeated ir of ubscriptian for an en- ge ae a a —
: tt Sei t he a ns : p ing cou va fnelane ps O Zive a good account of itse , .
wih. f rt OP Pees tor bis caste ae a member told the Advocate. oe
beavey tet ning fie ves hae tat Cee He ssid that the basketball | Rainfall: Nil
Colles: ’ i Si nas But ilet tot the eountieesaanino: team should also be able to de- ae ae up
\rnotd ¢ 52 régistratior Sneiak TSA a4 feat St- Vincent. It is made up + IEROR,
i anh - oat ae , Alfred of such players as Samuel Archer, — bccn dam a yt A
last I J d ; indo ‘ : Bynoe, Spencer, Cooke and ONO ECMPCTALENOS FF
Cc : ; U1 cece ae ter Griffith. Wind Velocity : 12 miles per
“ee 1 bowler for Va ee Se ots ek maton ‘The footbell team will have to hour.
e st nN : ic P.M ' Tee ee ee look ufter its laurels even though ant 6 — 5°461 29.893
me c : ; day Wee ae it will be led by that versatile ‘mens wre
( ! ne : more imr ately pri ~ a th play from Spartan, “Tosh”
ids_won Bo a a late of applicatior Gittens, who will be ably assisted
and elects bat. O,-Rivie ho cid not get i . “4 : by sharp shooter Colvin Ho A j dG 1
eA. thn is n the first in ' This rule means the . i I pe; ssassinate enera
L i 2 opened he in nine | a ming Wroheuli. mistle rune ions Brg Mea apt diminutive Johnnit_ Bynoe, and
wa t I ‘Mong ul ani ., mm the next over he faced Jack- Cuan McCarthy might play for Pret play oe like Dennis Gran- PARIS, August 20.
3 > * man and kept up his aggressive them nék : aie See ea) ered num, Archer, Spencer and the ; The body of French General
xttitude, He was scoring ahead of v. : two schoolboys Rickie Fields and Charles Chanson who was killed
Riviere Run Out the clock. Within seven minute “Wild. Bill” Elliott,” he said. by a Communist assassin in
A ae he had 15 to his ac a Perry v'ans Return Amoag those leaving with the / Indo-Ching July 31 arrived,
t were took a swit me Le team are: Samuel Archer, John-} by a military plane from Saigon
i I ortun t snares ile 3 i - —
( Dr partn ‘s i . on ae anys | c Pre Per : 42 though he is, Eien gos. ieee Ser eee on: Monday; UP:
19 3 . OAH An | aay Care 2 may be returning to competitive . aie j \
; . as a-brisk 16. C. Drakes partne iaeen!- tani ag ape He Dennis Grannum, Colvin one
CSAC Pranklyn Poatae Se ae ste Rickie Fields Owen iot
. el ne that Si eT : rs > Ee : t , ,
jj Bishop came on at the ells me th a S I ir Elvin, of ALF. VALENTINE. Neville Griffith, Lincoln Worrell
i But = ne Wembley Stadium, wants him to — - a+
and soon had I oe ou pl rie nthe SebaRetatLaie | and Rudy Spencer.
‘ ; fore for 4 Auguste went ir Hay there in ie ternationa _ zZ i
( bowling fr 7 - rien, professional tournament from Warwick h © 6 sy
imps we irawn Wind 4 snire
or 4 . 5S a fants Saye 93 a ee Natal ‘September 24 to 29 He may Big 3 Could Meet
Auguste a zt Pra answer “Yes"”—and so throw him- 7 , :
of 2 ets iim ‘
who, five runs later was eauight by re self into competition with Gon- Win County in San Frantcisco | giy ;
Moore off J. A. Phillips from th 4 Islands — Ist Innings zales, Segura, Riggs, Kovacs and Cham L hi PARIS, A 20.
Park end, for 3. His place at n out other w -cla men year hi / ons » AUG, t
wicket as I Zz roe compass , junior i iP Che possibility that a Big Three

Phillip ; es ¢ Moore, b Phillij } “T feel, iid Perry, “that now YORKSHIRE, Aug. 17, Foreign Ministers Conference
se yes : ; ¢ Phillips, b Bishop 6 the Lawn Tennis Association, Warwickshire are the winners could be held at San Francisco
was . Mac Intyre ran out | controlling body of amateur ten of the English First Class County poring the Paces beep Enjoy the hespitality, com-

s eS Phillip nis, has seen fit to recognise and Championship for the first time in Conference rather an later in
who Oe : J. Baird b Phillip: ® help run this tournament it is up 40 years, Washington was seen by a French fort and thoughtful serv
tumped by wicketkeeper Beta et yreabeuat sh; secretes * to professionals to support it. If Scores in other English First Foreign Office spokesman. ice which have made PAA
off Phillips for 2, ; C Shillingford «© G. Lee, b Bishop 4 I play I shall have to get into Class cricket games to-day were French Foreign Minister Robert “first choice” of veteran

aL TEC domme iii Betbce ‘ara sae ee sanoe vee oat and shall as follows: Schuman will leave for the U.S. faVelsthe world over
runs were added he was bowled oe ' ask Tom Whittaker, of Arsenal i , by air August 31 or September 1 ‘
by Phillins Fall of wickets: 1 12 14, 4 FC, if he will allow me facilities a Middlesex v. Kent at Lord's and after spending one day in

H. Elwin filled the breact 19 12, 6-40, 7-40, 8—52, 9 it Highbury.” Middlesex 272 and 2 for no wicket; sither New York or Washington
total went on to 52 but BOWLING AN SLs SIS RW Previous] Perry had deter- Kent 147 and 126 ‘ will leave for San Francisco, the NEW 7 ORK

xe A. Phillips took a bez ' isda 5 " ; mined to limit his competitive Middlesex won by 10 wickets. spokesman said. Via San Juan or by c weak iver
atch off the wling of / I Jackman 4 1 6 play to the Searborough tourna Derbyshire vs. Surrey at Derby: ‘ . ‘is ti er ees Die oe Oe, CONNGEN TN Sit
7 ; Fj oan a : If the San Francisco meetin®} jines ¢ Miz Reduced 15-day
; en *hillips j lips 5 2 3 4 , in whic > plays largely Derbyshire 171, 218 for 2 awickets; : ; MGS SF OED AAAI. RVOGUCOD Li9sORy
Bishop to dismiss D. Phillips w k 9 : 7 ment, in which he plays largely : , 1 S; » 7 sts 1 er ‘ . ‘
knocke€ ut valuable 26 i 712 2 #615 for sent tal reas Now Surrey 240. No play owing to rain. '?P* ning September 4 lasts long’ round-trip Excursion Fares now in
ge cb Pana Re ile "eens an’ cetid ist inning ae sen get cs Nesp nriyeige ow the Motch “Drawh "" ’ - than expected, the Big Three} effect from San Juan.
sipper nom ee baths “ m ‘ Lee 1 N Rol 4 ae 9 “ree to - up and doing is on Ree tye: Chameennals foreign Ministers may hold their All PAA flights to New York
caught by Jackman off Phillions L. Jackman c Sandy, b Shillingtord 24 I) BAN —_LES it Cheltenham: Gloucestershire ?WM conference there ome t now land at Idlewild Airport
before he could open his account, {% “Giin’e Rolle, b Shillingford 0 “"" 195,.243 for 9 wickets declared; ously rather — ere aoe ssid, instead of La Guardia Field,
; . E Bishop 1 b w. Sand 10 5 Glamorgan 289, 63 for 2 wickets. Washington as scheduled es Sa
Last Man Caught J. Phillips ¢ wkpr. Riviere, b Soceer Results Mates drawn The Big Three Foreign or

aks oe si Shillingford ee : j : . snee is schedulec Q

The last man in was Shilling- , Shillinstord |. ingford : Lancashire vs. Nottinghamshire Conference is now § Daily flights i
‘ f acehus Shillinefore E ; % 4 1 ‘ shi —non-
ford. He and Elwin managed to #. Mongulc Rolle b Sandy i LONDON, Aug. 20. at Manchester: Nottinghamshire begin in Washington Seprembed fen hone Sool ae hoe
add 8 runs before he was caught R Lee b Shillingford bag Results of Soccer games played in the 194 69 for no wicket: Lancashire 12, followed by the Atlantic Pact Trip Excursion F. jay Noun
by G. Lee off Bishop for 4. The M ecah ae 4 aeons en nea were e SoH EY 365 for 3 wickets declared ~ Council Meeting in Ottawa Sep-! p Excursion Fares now in effect.
Windward Islands first innings, ane SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP DIVISION A Match drawn. d tember 17.—U.P.
which lasted a little over an hour Total 118 i ians 2, Third Lanark 1 Celt! ee 4.2 ie ae > | sT. CROIX
ote Toit tes et ante $"Srostnn'¢,, Wibecntan €- titling A Leicestershire vs. Essex at Ash. ST. THO
ang 2 at Se ae _ ans in- Fall of wickets: 1—1, 246, 3. 61. 4 2 gaara Pbleele 0 Motherwell ° ie by: oe gi hy pt for What's On e MAS

z fe 87 39 5 2 ee 5, Raith Rovers 3 rrens 3 wickets; Essex 206. y ow- fligh i i
nings was opened shortly after ~* ° BOWLING ANALYSIS fi Hearts 5, Tie. East Fite 3, hGerieact eas eeia it Fa ed = ' eee'che xg owift Convair-
two o’clock by W. Lee and skipper oO M R_ W_ ©. Queen of the South 0, Rangers 3 ‘ Match Arn Today ! ture ‘ace + Convenient depar-
A, Gibbons B Rolle 359) 3 Me : ,

ae ing ; s ‘ : 52 5 1GL } Somerset vs. Sussex at Weston: « “

Skipper Rolle, a six-foot left H Baird — Ga. 1 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1, ; PA ddeeey re You can now ‘‘fly PAA” to
hander. openéd the attack. for c shill ingford 16 ‘ 8 $ ‘ pend reepoe sfi paneer a a Somerset 260, 338 for 7 wick- Victorian Exhibition at Bar- | EUROPE, SOUTH ».MERICA
Windward Islands from the Com- £ sandy eee a Aston Villa 2 Charlton. Athletic 1. ¢tS declared; Sussex 116, 120. bados Museum 10.00 a.m. | AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR
bermere | end Gibbons - took a Windward Islands — 2nd Innings Burnley 0 Somerset won by 362 runs. Court of Chancery 10.00 a.m. EAST —in fact, completely around
single off the third delivery but in © Riviere © Bacchus, b Jackman 16 Derby County 3, Sunderland 4, Man Warwicks vs Northants at Court of Original Jurisdic- the ld.” a
1s ee , ie Ssaeaee lL. Franklyn |b w Bishop 4 ehnetar City 0, Wolverhampton 0. Tie Coventry: Warwicks 456 for ti 10.00 a.m. " world.
the ith Lee was oul ieg before. c prakes not out 4 Middlesbrough 2, Rottenham Hotspu- 1 aw ene : om 10. ie

Queen's College had lost one B Auguste not out o Neweastic United 6, Stoke City 0. West Wickets declared; Northants 117. Police and Petty Debt For 2 "
wicket for a single run. L, Jack- c Pidoee 3, Etomwich Albion J. Manchester Unitet No play owing to rain. Courts 10,00 a.m. ¥ 22 years the leading
man perinires Gibbons ashen Total (for 2 wickets) 23 4. Tle. Fulham, 2, Preston North End 3 Match drawn Freee veda es international airline—PAA
a P ich aken with € \ kets 9, 2—22 vs eens
Queen's College total 19 for one es | BOWLING NALYSIS DIVISION I Harrison College)” 1.30 was first to link the Amer-
Sieicat O-..M oR: GW Birmingham.city @ Bury 1 p.m. icas by air, first to fly t

: i N : : over i Inited 5 -m. i; °

After lunch Gibbons and Jack- ; zm i ; : “4 1 eked ; mate € “ x nie art Rugby Results Meeting of the Legislative all six ti Y
man carried the total to 46. Jack- ) jphinips, 2 (OO ‘70 are Pee CH, De ert - ‘ Council 2.00 p.m. man gave Sandy an easy catch off Bishop 1 1 0 1 United 1. Brentford 1. Tie. Lut LONDON, Aug. 20 Meetin: t

' 5 Unitec rentford 1 eo LA aati 4 ‘ : L I g of the House o
the bowling of Shillingford, who T 2, Swansea Town 2. Tie, Queen's eet % aay rv At Gnited Assembly 3.00 p.m For reservations, see your
relieved Baird at the Par end + < Park Wes I Inited 0. R ir played on Saturday in the Unitec CINEMAS. * ?

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Jackman | 1ade an impressive 24 Foundation Lead rae Poneat . ae Kingdom, follows:— GLOBE: “The Outlaw’ — 4,30 &
and his stand with Gibbons added Doncaster : pm, and 8.30 p.m
45 runs Pi k . k hvgetan’o ye Barrow 12, Hull 21. Bramley 18, EMPIRE: “Jack Pot” 4.45 p.m.

. ae ye . ‘ustlefor ‘ “acter ) 4 ‘

G. Lee shared the third wicket WCRUWUICK ee é ; tee ee 12 Doncaster 10, ae Piers of The Céan-
pa i Ciba Oak tna Orman gAGeR cer prytioy m. Walcetield Tonty 8. Featherstone | PRGAeaanted® ae pms wont
bons reaehed his quarter century nnings . a Ae shdale i § 8.15 p.m e ’ : y MOST EXPERIENCED
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Gaenatintastohal ot i play, in the Pickwick-Foundation Behe erpool City 12, Leigh 27. Oldham ROXY: “Pinkie” and “Holiday In FAN AMER CAN

Queen’s Co liege had now cricket match was started on Sat- Fortar Athletic Gusburten, & saa 1, Bradford Northern 7. Salford a — 4.30 pm. and 8.15
See the bai dapat I aus urday at the Foundation grounds nock 0 att Ba ee cs Ww idnes 11, St. Hel- “Yellow Rose of Horto Arrnars
otal with seven. wickets stil in” Pickwick’ batting first.on a wet alas eal cis Hire “niiahots ens 20. Wigan 19, Whitehaven 9 Misses nad “Tucsan Raldetal DaCOSTA & CO. LTD
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W. ¢ hin partnered Lee but WS. topscored with 18 while Mr. Jones head 2, Bradford & parres aia | York 9, Swinton 17. Dewsbury 0, AQUATIC: “In Society’ — 8.30 . FOR street — Bridgetown
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eatch off Shillingford’s bowling. eee for 18 runs, 0, Halifax Town 2, Workington 1 or ington 13.-—U.P. ours 2308)

At this stage Shillingford had yen stumps were = drawt City 3, York City 1. Mansfield Town 1. |3%6$$66445699494466565656596¢ 554545 ci 65665 OP PERSO SOOORP
oe tame em oO a3 ag Foundation had replied with (74 Stockport County 0. Rochdale 0, Carilisic % POD LOOP OOF PFO 0 PPEPOOE POPS SOOSSSOOSOS OO? %
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Bishop Out L.B.W. ets, J, Graham 30, Mr. Jones 18 % %
not out M. Foster took four of FIRST ¥ Y

B, Bishop, the next man in, was the seven wickets for 33 runs MATCH tar aiaeae x %
éut leg before to Sandy after At Vaucluse, Central at the end THURSDAY . >
scoring 10 Sandy was brought Of play had scored 50 runs for the Ti ¥ we , .
on from the Park end. He cap- loss of seven wickets in their first . re feltewing will take part in . ss
tured Bishop's wicket in the third innings in their match against ene a ae eee lich in prepar- | ¢ x
ball of his first ove His second Police. te ae gr wee forthcoming cricket %

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over was maiden, Play started after lunch as the A. M. Taylor, (Capt.) ’ 7 x $

J, Phillips filled the breach at captains of both sides waited for punte G. 1 Wood he ener = % x
73 At 87 he was caught by the wicket to dry out. Bowling (RCT): CoM , ae % ;

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wicket-keeper Riviere off Shil- for Police C. Sealy took 5 wickets #. King. B ‘; ee ne - rant, x is A WELL BALANCED RATION
lingford for 4 R, Bacchus went xr nine ns aaah AK. ny yreen- x

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in but was soon bowled by Shil- sonsainiacasinaaipiclmaicincsseoatedy Atkinson Tle %
lngtord for one vas 04 Role M.C.C. BEAT ALBERTA | K. E, Walcott, (Capt C. atkins | %

en the total was § tole N. S. Lucas, C, Best, F. King, G.4¢ %
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Goesn’t need to look at his ther-

mometer to know that it reads
115 Said he: “The heat dri
husbands crazy. Cutside my
I see a queue of wives wait
file charges against
beating them.”
Stars Dim Out

THE 2,200 honest cadets
West Point, America’s Sandhurst,
refuse to go to the defence of
90 who cheated in exams.

The culprits include most of th¢
stars of the footbal) team—No. |
in the country. Their expulsion
will probably wreck the team

But the other cadets we °
those players are allowed to re-
main most of us will never go to
the stadium to see them play.”

What's In The Pot

OPOSSUM ROASTS rival roast
beef in St. Petersburg, Florida,
meat markets. Reason—a_ tour-
pound opussum roast costs 10s. A
four-pound beef roast cost over
» 28s. The opossum is a small ani-
mal which lives largely in trees
and pretends to be dead when
attacked. ;

Shares For All

NEARLY 8,C00.000 Americans
now own shares and stock. The
owners range from charwomen to
the young new head of New York
Stock Exchange, ex-schoolteacher
Dr. George Funston.

Says Dr. Funston: ‘Jf more
Americans own more shares they
will be even more interested in
preserving private enterprise.”

Fish Tows Angler

JUST before midnight, anglei
Alfred Darmetko hooked a tuna
off the Massachusetts coast
Instead of Darmetko hauling ji
the fish, the fish hauled him and
his rubber boat and outboard
motor many miles out to sea.

Finally Darmetko cut the line.





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AUGUST 1951

LONDON NOW.
NEEDS ONLY
FOUR DIVERS

(By MILLIE HUDSON)

21,



Olympic water polo coach Bil!
Lovely, and secretary of the selec-
tion Ernie Oldfield,
added the last water polo team
name to those of the swimmers
for the London-Paris-Berlin von-
test in Berlin on September 1 and

committee



Only the divers, two men and
two women, are now needed to
complete the list.

Members will travel via the

Hook of Holland—Hanover and in
sealed Foreign Office train
through the Russian zone.

The .water-polo selectors chose a

the

team three weeks ago but found
that not one player would be
available

The experience is unique in

the selectors’ memory, and they
had difficulty in finding another
complete team good enough.
But, as Lovely says, it gives all



tk members § id experience.
The two junior members of the
team are the Essex County player





D. Melaniphy (Ilford) and Derek

“lark (Beckénham). Eighteen-

year-old Melaniphy is strong, well -

built and, at 5ft, 11 ins., near as

tall as Terry Miller. He-is fast in

the water and a good fighter.
Share

Clark is one of Kent’s most out-





standi junior representatives
and y fast. He, too, is well-
built and stands 5ft, Qins.

Len Baldwin (Penguin) and Ron
Stedman (Beckenham) —one-time










Britain's fastest swimmer — will
share the honour of taking over
Miller’s vacant centre-forward
position—one playing against Ber-
lin and the other in the Paris
match, Stedman also swims in the
rel: team

Arthur Grady (Polytechnic) will
be in goal, Others are Middlesex
player Ken Fennell (Eton Otter),
A. Yates (Plaistow) and Frank
Townsend (Polytechnic).

—L.E.S

But then his motor would not
work. He rowed all night. At
6 am. a boat found him and

towed him six miles to shore.
—L.E.S.



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TIESOAV. AUGUST U. ItM CLASSIFIED ADS. HAKIlAftOS \MV of Marriage*. OTIIM. Ac-know |.| and In tfiwwm ii mm-%  ee.-ie>and ftl SB r, .,nd*>t j • *f WOT** KBI.H -.id I *r word a>wi-ivi an*, r* word oil Sunday* fat • FOR SALE Mini-**** rfcae** MM* JJ <*** ami M ..Hi. f b*4*v* M uwd* — M r 1* uo-d* ] f*w a <,*>rd urrk-rf cnu a BOUSES i b**l ***. bathing. AUTOMOTIVE CARS |. IB .. .. N.I, )*MM M.,...,. CLIFTONTESPA. r T., tenant rumuiwd Hgu. v opptwitc Y*cM and Aa-tx niodcrn coovanlenra* Appi B .b. A %  -. m • %  %  11 UJ THANKS BAapFB We lh# urdrr|rM through ihu artMbum wink lo thank ail itnw Itirrtd. .u altandrd. ami card' and nnrati,* or In injwiy *h*r*d Uielf -'mpatht with ii< in our re, enl k*~ ra*v**r.*nr cauard b. in*death of Catlloo Harper HaVlnW lUrper Widow. Maa Hsrpn .Mrlher.. *.,,„.. PuMr Father. II ft ftl-ln l AH l)rr Mile* MOO II Grrat-r Dcdfr Appi., G Cr**aWdgc. > Hall. Chrttt Church fl • ftlCAR—IftftO h.ltman Terrac*. Upper B*\ Mi FLAT an Blue WaWta Twernce. naw] I btUt M aaaetou. mpboard. Phor ! %  %  anii-n IT • 1CAB-Chtvalar 1MB Modal u, perid r< idiiion Engine. Mim uphoLrftary and Ufaa. all good fm particularappit: Bdo* Atwncks* Ud Ring ana II ft 11—n LITTLE HAMILTON rrorn IM fl*i rmbar. • laarmc* Gap unfurni.hi brdioo'in rn .l*r r.lrrirK runt %  lormation Dial 114* No Doc* IN MEMOKi AM m Edwin N Canai wh,. dfd Am %  frly fathered in Par from narrow lar from mn God halh aavad from wearv *trifr In i" dawn Ihl. froaD young lift No* ti await* for ui .boir B*M M be renumbered bv Joarpn Cart* %  rathe*.. Velvcrtw Carter Mi.iher Timothy Athcrlay. 'Ot.ndfatr.rr. 'b> *le|>molher > AlUn Cur't BrotlWr la.be! Itarriwm C .„..,. • All IBM Kaeier Saloon don* or ] ••.. — m A-l rondlUon. PUrTT G'HACI LTD Ti-lcplKMir aflO* 1 EUECTKICAL niCTWCA -ij mdcaa i li ip' Hi*ia | tXM ";i< PAM Tjpaa OaA one to-da> Dial 3B1B Pa Crwda Ontrl.il Dapl Deorl] 1 Op BV HASTINGS Mdro(m.J*iVi %  • %  ail modrin iuntaiUai>tc< ulahad Av^lah,* lat Rp(n, I*, on praniUci Iirlurrn 4pm an 1 •BftBTftai 16 I ftl :i SI NSJCT 1 Jai. Mra A C WanWM* S.|.trmbar Onlj Fur" %  'EARWCXtU •' ( %  < i.Tiaint for Auiri-: J iltad i BOVCB, Imam t*m* 1* %  SI III I...J \,i. %  ANNOIJNtKMEMTS MADE %  n^aaurr • %  thin a i>Kury Nilria. Puamaa. tonU. A l-dii"' Slack* Guaranbd I Workmajuhip KOVA1. SToRT, llia*h Nirvrt PIIOIIP 430ft Hi HOLIDAY KEtHJRTS Granada laU of Sptcaa !tA MTA ||ARIA-lowllaat hotal In Caiibbaari Bataa liotn tTia) par haad ear da* r.RAND HOTFl. in ba raathill Haw* fiom SW pr haad par day SEASIDT. I*TN-On Orand AnaBathmf Baach Raiaa from ft4 00 par haad par day Enqilrira to D. M Sllngar. Granada MftJl-TftBPi'HLir \nm s Tan raait par opata Una oa ipaak-daai cmd II .. %  (' par ooaia liaa oa Stnidapa. minimum charpa ftl Ml on waak-ddpt nad ftlM on Suadoyt. I(*l Wisi f-rl Sunda> pBBBrBl KnciMlrdga; mini* aid; handlrrafl rtr on %  %  ; Twdor Bridia, Hav L um'<-r.-Ct^M'KE. iv BvN 1I-. J II GRANT. Cfc aauia) Mniri Olo Brown*. E. Codofan II ft ftl—In i > i i. H or .isi MI. u M i NOTtCE TSHiaRM Hn • In II o-rhKk noon on Trlday. Auftuat SIM laftl fu. rapalra to lha St Matthawi' *'h..pifl Roof In iK-i-ordanr* wi a apaciI ralMm whk-h ca n be aean on appUSBUon M) Ihl. Office. The Churchwardan doaa not bind hlmaelf to accapt the lowaat or any tandar and lha paraon or mm whoa* tandar may be aewptad will h* required Id i.ibmlt latlor* fro V*Mry| tUlfDS il" •jr i i 1HED J Citiiirhwajdair> Offltr. Parochial Building*. Bridftalown lOCONlT GROWEKK AMOC IATI0N LTD. NOT UK firrRlOSRATOK A-l .o..d. Iton m>orw % %  11 B ll-3n ) %  ft ftl FtKNITLkK OFft'lCE i-HAIU-S Juat rrt-rlvrd • %  hipmnit of Ulnc* Poitura Chair* wim tlirea point adluatment la* Uvaaa today O-ant Ltd or Dial 4*41 1 I ftl—tfn IM inn Tan ranir par ooai. .. dad 11 .mi. par aoate minimum cnargt ftl m and HBO on Sunday I. SHIN line > %  waak-d^ui lia* on Sit adapt. i"''li.i KBAL ESTATE IIVKSTOCK The lialf-brad mart 10,-1 |na> Applt. BYf, or Pherie XH4 MISCEU-ANfcOUS acra. rva ptnn | OblHjiiely oppnalle Muni App.\ Nomiii iva HID. Si Mirhapl II 1 SI 11 t %  I "Mir pine v. ill BbM Naw Shad 1' \ I %  rile Hhaali I" • 4' AUI3.A Kodak hundred) dollar. Cay Pnarruao ft. Ai New prlca Fill. K'UflhlLtd IliJl-T F N IJfAMEIXD HARE Anatrtran Enamal cookuia Pou a*nn rovar and iMBtdle. <<-.1 parity 14 pint., .1 $2 BB earl, Firal Grade Many uiptr coatad Enamel C*aatnola* at SI •> earb G W Hulfhlnwi Br Co Ltd Dial 41K Broad Streel IB I M %  DRl-MS rive hundred einpV aVuma I 11 1* ea.-h Appl> K H Hunte V o Ltd Dial tor II 1 N-*i Tlu. r No n,i, Street BBlHB]rln| 1 iwurr an* ana amndlna on ju-re eel of Und Impeetmn on application to the tenant it T H. NirholU Thl. prapeit> will be art up to Public on petition on Friday Slat AuguM ll il 1 p m at In* ofRca of ihe uinlmmnrd ''ARRINGTON A I ftlAl'tTION OLABBWAftE-Anirrlran C >*n>-Ka>ap> or Co. atalli ftr 'r each. %  pint lie each ( -rid* II.>UUT' und A(h T1.1 iv Dialw* BI wr n %  k •(*?. Broad Street • Co UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER •t H I .11 \ • Nut and. Bv maburlaani retailed from lha In ible price* ; auninc* C<> I 1.111 >all T Prld AuguK Dial 1 Mir. 81 toe General Motor Bui iv IB I SI HAND RJ>LI>.R Rollrr. auitable for Phone BIM '>.„..,, Sale at J NYLON STOCKINGS-A *paclal prtc* for a quarter doien All new ahada* J pain for 14 M THE MODERN DHESH yMOI-t. Broad St %  • I ll-fai PAIN fftda. right oui whan ASPKO Action* apeak li vord* ASPHO action 1* aala live ASPKO relieve* Backat 4chePBIna in Ihe llntba an Fevniiduvr** Hrn.riitn-r tlicrr ABPHO 11 r tha-. 1 cllo. Head' UitlRDI: CBarllft Kuni. Bing. Swing and we wtU ordar for you If w Bavaai got It la gtoek. A. Barn*, ft C* Ltd B T -: ifi 1.1111 vnovu 1 VrJRIK(.rOki HOB rVqulred for Saptcmber sraooi i*m MATBON Nui .T..L1. S....r l-oard reatd—*e 1* lidlj trained tmnally good Aopl wllh ling qualllavatHUi* "• IftBM a mm.!, ii lncr**ed If applK.i TO keep the hair looking It* b*t at ill tune* trt Dand* rme". no trouble to ,ie ](t put It 01. Price I 1 and Vxn Knigntu Ltd II ft ftl In WUOI.LEN BOCKS Wi-ullc" Sork* m Gn% fnatkallcr* BBC l>-r Haavy qua lift* only good (Or 11 r Hroadwar. II ft M In WAI 1 AltA I Appiv C. Muyhc. CO Ltd Dial M • I OS I A 1 OI Vil LOST Applications are inviWd lor U11 port o* AfthisUnt Secretary in th. Coconut Growers' Associftrtion. IJd. Port of Spain. Trinidad. Candidates should preferably be between 28 to 40 years of age. and 11111-: hftV* px.vericnce in oflic odministriiliiin A practical knowledge of cft-accounUng is . 1'...I Some lechniciii factory experience would be U advantage though not essential. Applicttions giving full partirulars as under-noted should be sent under confidential cov#r w the Secretary-Manager. Coconut Growers' AMociation, lAd.. P. O. Box 229. Port of Spain. Trinidad on or before 31st August. 1951 PBrtaCUlars required: (1) a Date of birth b. Where born. .2t Married or atBBJte (3) Where educated. (4) Post or P0*ts held duiinK past 10 yeara, and full details of duties performed (5) Certificate!, and'oi degree* held. (6) Certiflrd coplsaj of two i*oammcndnliot.a from present land previous. If s empl'-vi 1 (71 Names und addresses two referees for references a* to i-hareciei. ate. (81 Amount of annual sola expected (91 A recent passport photograph. Note: No lntervl?ws will be %  ranted except by appointment after all application* have been ^ • ,, %  iLMi-ia I'ICKWICk 5 iRiikii ctxi WATCH: On* Iftl Ladle* Gold Wnat Watch with gold Strap Mad** belwren Tweedalde Rd Pin* Koad and Collyinore Rock Finder will be *uitubk> r.warded b reUirning aame to I B*maUNn, Mo 1. Swan •Uteri Phone £H4 II I ftl-ftl, WANTM> HELP .NURSE Experienced 1 refer enc*. middle agad Apt'H a> pvraon. ft to ~ ili.an. Blue Wal*N 10 wllh i. • % % % %  > Mr* (OMKRMUi; St IKMH. %  AKBADOk. BW.I RFOT-lRrO ft S>v" !" t'' pomlblr or ".• late' Irian J.r ltt aay. W.J Gnidualc Teachrr of M.-lr,,, UIIM.HX French and HpaniMi up to Ordinary l*vrl „f II,r OfDaraJ %  -•rlUlrate. a/1 til pn*>lbim> of Adcm Ndl nr.r futur* Salary Scale* Graduate IKC • £1$ BMN %  •> %  ES10 pa l*t. or inn CU*. ftiwu 1— 1-400 v cm csao x **> els* i-a Poaillon on increnienUO acal* aubjei 1 ID adluatment for War ffarvu* and pf*> vkaua revoannad arrviea Traclier Dlpluma ior r*coginw. Ona Bale* OB AgMr** Appu Put •1 Broad Street HAHB0UR LOG In ( arli.kBay Sch Mandalfty II. M V Ladi Jo MV Hrdgef>4. Va.li' M * Kmelin.M V Antpc**. Bah 1%  < 1 Hi ne* Pilarim C ullp II Qavaswoa. M V Ve 1. /.it. WaMta. M V Dn*.. Ui.id.iM. W *h l.-di. Adina g Capi L*WM. ban Dniith 0a* RcrMfOBBW Fninfclvn D H ftl net CAPI Saal.. (Ton Hutiaei On. St Janes \ etn • Fram rage S liiglw-t. t f 1..; -h*A ( re I nt.nr \tMiiient Aj>> body i.-ho Oaoughi \t %  SlUAUti a!*U tt %  trt and Pi %  %  D OH •* unrtaii iaU itial it v true tfial QUite .1 tot had beam said BtJMtBKBl meeting* about from hi* knowledge "I Ihe law. it was the *>ses*x %  to consider tax relief Th' could not change his figur. but they ,uuld give relief \ '< .. a r' aa i lBt. RfM* tbaa* Uoun^a u r.. Mattta ftftl o..i.aaT*r t. r ,..,. Mi gun* Ban a-i* aaa au.o > %  aa,d I h.a '•*• <••" ii'i> *LUa jxeiaTaUat lam, haaig •*'< I u.1,4 ut*l rtarir'i.'ttis -Jia" %  — •uaranfeed thai '< 1 %  froai blaedlbf end 1 year le*ik la four e %  — %  j Baal on rati oaal taaa • eaar.ca augaraBI taa ganger* Ir.m ud BBaH troubl. i.ri IM^I* abaoUM tadaj uodar tbl> K Araosan Tm *fWrkn--rrnck~MaWk P IBM ur. BUS !: Hi. pa<**|* aaur (gainer bl*aBUaB 00 ram %  . I A.NADIAN Sh'KVKL K.i.m Halifax N.s. & Montreal IOADIM; !>ATKS \GW<, HASH: 1 : 1'niiiidriii lunlhpnMi' liiMpi'liliuii M --1 Hir.CI |vl VPIMI; BJNMA1 I Augii*! II Auar*a4B4 llksi ri;i/i -.1 tlNIl 1 1.1/1 IIIIKH PRIZI HH N VM BBBVICE Fnmi Stiameji. Llimpml tmi Qlawa. 3BI l .K. & IIINTIM MAI SIKVKi; lell.rd.m %  lag i n • %  1 artnat MarB**.. AgfBjta : PLANTATION^ I.IMITKH — 1'hoin47u;i NOTICE BARBADC OFFICIAL ... ,V ,HI '"IK' IN I'URSUANCa of the Cnanc*. A P*raon. having.., ,4,,, nrenc. in or artTrling ihe property n. nwtli 1 inanlionaa] iihe nronertt ",,t u,n g^l'. 'i."ar*sr=s*Sff; a "~ ••' 1• -• % %  • -11.1.1......,.. „,.,„ ,^, „,., ka\^ oaSisoMAhip (Ji 9nc. the benefit pmp-rf Pla111i.fi LE*m;n l^ROY (JllJ. PROPEatTV Df*B*-lant ROOITA QORTJON COO LSI ALL THAT eertai-, gUBf D1..II.I,.„I called TttE B pan.h of Balm Jo..;.., „, ihl* l.lar-1 n,d conUUiing by Acre* M perchee ot land or IHr*ab. '. abullnuj %  or late of Mount WUtoii. Parka*. It 11. tiard. 0. no landnow Cla % %  U Vaughn. J..ph Queniin and Predartcfe AuSUalu* l*hn *el and on Hie public road 01 I *l*a Ihr uw BBS* abui and 1iui 1... ., U( u, me n^aauaa, minimi 11 boiling riaUB* and other b .ud therrlo hel..ngi H WILLIAMS. 0.11 BM Find iunr. IBM """"" S '" '" Dated Bth July. IBM NEW MM SKKVICI 0ENEBA %  TBAfttan I PJ ..; 1.1 %  NKW IIUII -.. -ii.Mtr 1 A Mlual* 11, %  Mil nation i on land* 1 ..i.d I'niltff.l I Hra.Uhat. l*ai OFFICIAL NOTICE having 01 nlTrctuia 1 1 ..clock %  Caaukvan A.I ,laiiiiu.|l BBS nUK right ti hciemulter n,eniin I tl.rlr ciain fFRVi I do hem all par-..1,. ''lie pri-peiK u* U". m. and in..,.,. 1n*d by ma on any Tuaada* pi Krlday brtaaen 11 the all.,,,,...,, a i (h* He*Utn>t>u Offlaa. Public llui oerore ina Bill, day ol H-vla-ubai. lBt n. ...4ar U...1 BjHri %  bu* %  ud raofead anrannng to tr,r nMura .. ,-t 1 1 rlty thereof .. %  *.,. %  1 ..-i' olharwIBS petanri* will be prt, ludad from Mir Dea.ru. of ana 4* e re and be dewnved Of %  PI-MrfTIFr JACOI'ES lll-MI'IIREY IhW END A NT ANNA I'rllHA KPSNCgR I'RCII'FRTIES I'lRSTI.y All. THAT rriltm pi**B I -iti.alr '. HI th* pariit. of U "-rtkadiw al.ii 1 *aMl ronUlning bj 'dia. Ihlrt 1 ...... Ol M.i Alkin* and on a yoad or however elae Ihe ag'"' biHUMl and BEOONlilY All. THAI %  par**) ..1 i„. .Itualc at ar**n* in trie t' %  h of St IJonrgr and Uland ol ltarbad alureaald containing 1 %  %  %  r.-*i. Abutm and b-.iii >!.i ...I' ...„ %  iii. full an land, of O T 1 %  :.-.'. 1 ., ....',. lionIlieraoi, errcrd ,0.1 Unill >Uindin* ami being With Irvr appu IIAHI1 M)Q1 r ,.f OFFICIAL NOTICE UN t BAM IRV. grv Act, laun. 1 ., IKI.I,, ghn 1 m tirar. .. 'trr mamlMBBd ilhe IIBgallJ ••> the delendant. to brut aenwe me an acre, . •Ill, trial, *Un<->.. 1 .. 1,1 he oaminrd by me on BBB %  1 %  %  .. %  a/ta^popn nUM Rafll LraUoa ofT,.. iMbli, II uklma' Hridaeii>ui t>rfore the sail, dn. nf Srn4*inber and ranked according lo the nalu 1 be precluded from ilia MSM-nti ol any dacra* ..„! b %  a.4111.1 Bi* •*• %  > 1 I'lJVINTlIT LIIHJN III 1 DEFCNDANT JOHN WEHLI.Y IUII T PROPERTY AIJ. THAI -. GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN Please write for one to BBBBBBl lli.l.i 11 Gospel llook and Tract Service. 30. t'rnlral Avenue. Bangur N. Ireland I irsh otoika | IIHI'IIIIII Just 1 IIAIIIHIO.IUP hand I %  M %  %  %  tier A I 111' \V I I flattened AMMIIIKNT II K If HunU I \ %  %  1MM1DI ^ 1 Mini M f I %  lift I VW/W %  pa TME < E.Xill. 1 1. IMI'OIUI M on* i a,..,! .v tan* am*, an* 1 %  BH* IS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? ""' P*f I |,j|< • 1 VI I %  n ritsF-KR Senior OverXrrWelder nowleda* .,( lath* work helpaal /ply Mai.ger Lower gatate Facto**II ft si^Sn SERVANTS EKprrienrcd lanbjd a VMk aid a buUer-ma.d Apply i> neraon ft10 a in firwun, lodge. .Unwell-* Coart 11 I SI -S MISCKM.ANKOI'S COW One Cow fr**b In milk *tween and 40 ptnu p*r day Apply : Crrav**. BatrrBt. St P*t*r it %  11— at WAMTin HOUSE with I..IUI naw S*a prafrnad out Looking lor *on wiUi particular* Members are cordially invited to attend a pre* sontation to be made to Mr. John Goddard. O.B.E. On WED. AUGUST .'Und at 6.30 p.m. At Kensington Oval H. D. KIDNEY. I Honorary Secretary. 1 .•-^-,*--*--*VwVrA^*e*e*x^vajt*A WANTKI) IOa I Ml HI keUI AM OaCAjmaanos ft pint* Coijinurmaie with Cark. Parochial Budding* Phone II 1 SI—In CurbYourPiles II IS no lacanir aacaaaarr P> -. %  r-" 1. itoalBg aad tannarii from I'll*. •IDC* tha ftl*-ovary sf Mytaa (farmirlf known a* chlnarald 1. Hytaa atarta |g ..r In 1 minaiaa aad itt only giopa lha aatn but alao tahea aal Ik. rw.l:of. stop* t.:*aiag ang BBBlatM_ Irritation thereby earblaji atbar l/ou K eicauaad iiy PILaB aueh a* Haadaci.a • riaaiih*** Backaaha. Conatlpatlur loa* f '.1.1IH-. arg brrlubli fti*o*l'Vori 0*1 M/t* from diuacU* fcoday aaufar tha'^ ntwa Myt* muat Bla* roar p'l. -..in* trOtlblBB Bf RMM~ t'urn at amply parka** WTIUI I IVOBY 1 "11 I isi -.. gc t.rt THAXI'S %  I-MII Oia SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA Head < in al R. M. JONES & ( 0MPANV LIMITED %  nlaft d Ba BOOKS ARE GOOD COMPANIONS NOVELS JUST OPENED . THE MINISTRY OF IIXI. — by Graham Greene CREATURES OF filHCI MSI \\< I %  >. by W. Somerset Maugham AS OUTCAST OF THF ISLANDS — by Joseph Conrad AT THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY THE MOST MODERN IN TOWN FURNITURE AUCTION \\i lilt .H.|\ ".'"'lit) \m;tl.( at 111* a.m. 11. %  1 1 I %  1 • %  Tablr Eaai < I %  irnbe lacigHh r i.t. stai .1%  IN MAIUXIANY %  1 ..,,... i %  %  %  Tabe, %  I 1 ..M~. 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H I --i)\i M (.1 St 21 IKl RARIIMMIS MIX U( \ri PACK FIVE Bakers 9 Dispute Settled At Joint Conference WoonduigCoetsSO//By Kiimdur The decision of His Worshiu The Man Who Si kilts-Vvi Complete (; ' Eftten Record Sugar Crop The decision THK LABOUR DEPARTMF.NT Acting Polite dispute between the Bei !, "A"—who Man.-i %  nferenee h*-M t %  .1 i nd It was ngrred i I„ relcatl ihv follow Ins niton and I %  %  %  the turn : %  %  | %  I*paid fa n thi Mi j %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ... I %  man their willlngi the Bui t'siial Kale. Mflat i Ion-Smith ^ssumefl Dulit's V^ Harbour Maslr %  .el, $4.00 and 48 1 %  v tugha Hi S I Solon PAItls I V %  the Assistant Court ICory Coast, when his I rhfn Mi Arthur ll. Smith. | i unted H. %  k up i %  ( App-.il sestcrday The MM in winch i. wood of Passage M Magi.strait' $2.40 %  I -i mi .limp S ill V 'I .Hid Payne told UM court tl I wan standing at a pipe in I Ko.-d when YMTWOOd MIIM up to .„ her .nd ,h. told the eourt that in the tlsh" %  her with a rock on her down Bouafle U a bul wiuic hta chauffeur ant i. %  I.I PtN SIX MONTHS FOR LARCENY :. Q B Qnl \ %  I I %  %  < %  %  in j; htm and with, i 'as possible that thfl Bowing Svhome I 'mlerttxty ItheAaVreeau i 1 St. Kitts-N i U< %  Till: HAMBOl R UNDER RABS %  ; %  %  %  %  %  i | wctl rtuq ri irtakd %  plated their pun nl .,n-i Uon i on St. Kltl m UJ naenad there %  hi ihi : %  i in ana district In the i %  progra lURh %  Mi oiwhlli Pa ment witii hard laboui % % %  \ W Welt.o. uM rain p h %  aid, "with which u "runic, inII. IHI n iiii-ii ii : £2 *"*' l" ,;i l,,: "" thc who ill uiva houses and wh. lound him gum. Snoa L'o. PfcCASUS LOADS MOLASSES Mr Arthur II. MiMerl.m -uillli. Harbaut %  ** %  *> dough which I OnMondaj mornlm: '•' .... v geti UM Prissus. a.3i Canaai ,, j 0 1 %  The mad We will support you %  %  i Oul The PagMM port mi .. to Mi :, D I Anft -, i,.,, Franc* but II a v inn Boda racurnad • %  | %  %  i ullna wfaila %  %  I s whose .UM I i %  a to %  ttren lefl Burma tot St. Vli i |M Bora In South Al Inm into a dinner. London by a naval tanker, parentage. Mr. M tut and two children—one ]0U* American I'M v. it H. %  .,.!-. a cadel In ihi Bxpected \\ Merchant Kavy during on Sunday by the the war, Onarillng (nun '.'. Rodney. ippt tarton-Smltfl wai formbo in Harbour and Ship HI I ranh was I.,. %  work Tl '•' them that he could : % % % %  %  been Bill whom he of contnim ri i i On Ho Jul I : ment re.:., of these men nf ptibUe rmiln be day. 25th J %  %  the fell. %  Oenaral "i the Union and an Assistant Secretary lnt %  but again no -<:ileniem WII %  %  : I !:i r-li.-law. and eit Hazall I 81 Vincent, of Messrs. and i !ulS. P. M ., b Co., Ltd. St. Janu'fe Vestry Consider Tax Relief Applications j n by lrato %  int for a %  %  i %  liis death to be i %  x n ment, so thai hi . %  ing up with no one 1 %  %  i:roused CM ; I %  %  iran Is pp i %  %  %  %  Prom oi %  %  I:.. loani Politics Speakina of the poliUi Davhi '.mi thai thej • %  i %  11 .IT. red by Ihi K %  reply I the in"lion which I Ihlnlc an 11 Adult ,s %  Dated ma-' ,..nt\ ,i I Council .iii,i Bbtei ntiv > %  Coursrlllon 1 iturc %  ve Council, .n i in then \\ hen bathing your dog use i T etmo8oV Soup ^on HUM KI \soss -'TrttweoT Soap ooetaJM 'TeoBoaol', i taft jrei potent m ed ka nten i wtndi qakkri kills BSMJ, IKC .iii.l oihci sxin pBIB I be Soae is ol the highest quality, pkeaantrj pecfiiOKd, jnd agreeable to UM It inoo-irrtUnl .ind non-injunou^ to both man and donestli KB IVtmosol' Soap aK hcjlih\, i;los.\ coat. 'TETHOSfX SWP IS AMUIU IN 3 02. MWETS i.t ol Imperial I Kcudgab ^*^v TCP Mcoungaj the growth of \ prodai i inui.-d \ s Brad I %  ti> nlve i. cbad majot it> In Ihi %  Id thai ii wa hold the gem %  • %  but it did nol i ingemmi %  ulull : Ml THE ST. JAMES VESTRY yesterday considered 28 • 102 applications for lav relief. TinVestry will hold another meeting on Monday and the only item on the d i will be the consideration of tax relief applications ruj were corutideredi Mi A. Johnson brought up :i discussion on what he celled the tsxpsyers' hia conatituanta." %  Boat] \l An. inn : %  I the, BH SI < rop III hi | p i Scot i • %  .:. legation bron i!. i .; %  i thai i Chamb in AiitiKuci are OfM WOUld like ihem to A %  .. h poUUi inmixed the Cereenagi the people are MuUy nuautd bg lha Head) hi ; Id have bt M r i .1 loohi ai it iafoj .,-,,. ..I lll'lll'U on at the inequitable method i [nouses SXCjB, %  ni v %  %  oi n "ill H be befori nolhi %  Uon n,,ii UM bonea found were ha due to the se-el nd that he ti As a i content of the outh um tonight a •pofcaaman for the • Strongest Metheds : inmoiion that four vaarrymon be appointed to a committee to On Friday, 3rd August the fee matter with thv i otlon wai Redman B I ll man and from tl %  I :Man. told i it ll would not %  • that we I % %  % %  h the ral bat they 1 ; .. | tary of the I '-. about in On the Mson for hi i %  '.' %  laekel llll(> 1||X ,,,.. rne: "The bones that were found umbrellas %  %  %  el t( I hat uaa it would 'io did not beloi %  tout membi %  it with the The %  hen. Thai %  Howavei II an M Mini I llghl not i i think I complete change %  re nol %  had i I %  %  Complaint-. Io go .. happ) (ate of I %  %  %  Watch out for it. .,!..i Mercant %  i ort,. td ut UM Un ivwe Informcif oora Labourera • %  Council of the Union not to hi consigned Io M ... i %  %  .i ti soni Ltd At thli rMrunent taUves of the Manage%  and < .ni.* oul Ihi „, There did noi aaei m H "'.'"• .t lh* IIIIIMIIII .-nmnlaintK Nn 20,'OR 7 DAYS FOR BODILY HARM the |hl| from 11 ooner wa %  %  i i :,i: my term i I Mien." Ihe unu.-ual eon,pi.i one ha.. Mr. Jin L u Id not Personal Spit<\ Dfol Politics ^ there were detimteu comptaini Hone) Oran p es ri ;! mUng „ f u h „ w .„ cnurchwurdt.il. "People have been comparing "' walwyn had d they tl led at by i ., low. i rab arc aaying that I ''" Sf thi asscaslng partially. The an.mist the law to appotnl .. oo,hly harm on June 12. man with a %  enquire Into the Altai revhrs %  I r %  icnt. ii ia due ., %  who to Mi I n > out what bourne M 80 to 1 n, v-1 n-ed to be taxed i rung." ng taxed glS. Hurt was actually trying Io |, \) IV iai the asall vi randah %  $30. TI : %  "! Into it, the sasaeaoj I The Taylor and Mr. n A 1 Acting Police Magistrate of D a %  man Bal On Sal ander '!' I %  i.i .... rescntaUvci of Messrs. Johnonn & in defaull nprinonment for bodl latl B irbadoi Workai Union and a scttloment was i Parish Seoul Qamp %  Major .1. 1 l>\ DurtJ i> I ( the St. t camp, under Ihe COB Scoutcr i urdaj and will end I I ho had doi IO w *" UTO would %  hou' ed thl much. i-ie with not continue to bl %  %  tiould i"' pui i .: he had .:.. Edwards the and he did of aaseuinjf. %  job MOTORIST FINED • I .It IWOi %  I % %  %  : %  i %  it I i : %  -I IU thai thai I r.-llirtl [aland cotton ui tha ind thai thi' '.'. i 11, %  %  b) UM Mini ilv nnd %  -"i i-i >' % %  jil.mtin." otton, h. %  .• %  I thai %  poftl t ti i %  nl %  cutties nd I cotton %  • : m eetreu al MONTHLY VtMALE ;MPLAINTS ibtad l dllr*M I 1iludlc iiimurlii % %  i %  I t„ M uikiiw l.yill* I o %  ri., % %  Il*rr \ i; H SHIR* >l I \ T oi rm, i-iii'j i. \u WILSON HATS complete range all the best of size shades II \ H I IISOV S-H. -..,.• s. IN S IS T ON %  IMHI.W CHOWS THEY ARt THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents dill •A: present, howerei he nud, Qibbo %  to is Betting of i He i %  rung." that It — (Ol !! %  %  i know the lau but H would be a relief to Mr kEdwur.ls B| IIK Ina i • %  in they had al I hMrlna "In the political meetings," he said, "we are hearmu about taxes from holding Jam. .... f DirJ nlty of drivlns the mot n I %  4ario rillk Tin as com m i • AUJBMt 19 rn wa* alao disqualified %  %  do at%  $jr V&t rite *~ \wm SHOPPER tonm SUM i (in si isms • had to the Traffic Branch pmm, on aase 7 BBCUt* j^^t, FINE ICIKIIII 111! AMU ROYAL VANIU.A PUDDING < ARAMEL I'lnllTNO CIIOCOI^TE PUDDIWi SWIFTS VIKNW :TE WAX PAI 1 I ORN WI!. ii >: TOMATOES BA11A | %  1 O. h M.I Ml TC I M per pkl. S ia Small Tin pkl STAXSFELD, SCOTT < %  II It. I:\JO) i CIGARETTE AT A MODERATE PRICE Ail CigarettM I %  but we still have StoctH of ARIIATII lOXK TIITHI m tins BQC per tin atl 10*1 at 16c. Tl KNIGHTS DBl <. STOKES %  SSSS r +SMS'f&SSVS^*S&+'S^**"^^ There's a TOOT A L FABRIC for NIGHT TND DAY nice range Colours in Gold ol TOOT A L We've opened a FABRICS. Plain Colours in Gold. Acqua Blue and Maize along With NICE FLORA i DESIGNS Suitable for morning and 36" wide $ 1.07 Yd. oiternoon wear Cave Shepherd 6* Co.. Ltd 10. II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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PAGE TWO BAKBAIKIS ADVOCATE 11 ESDAY. AUGUST 21. 1M1 CaJiib C liuinrs-| Tt-ll* \i A ndnoiv Dior looks will pn I i Ordn • Km nt the conclusion of the first day'* | Trial Came for the fortr. low ..na. For R.E.C. Meeting H IS Honouig^Sr J o Wayne. AdmiDJsnW>r of Antigua nrcmpanied by Mi F Scott] .Tohn%  rrlvod from Antig-n i,> II W I A on s... -. .,i th<* meeting of the Regional asnittea which a H tings House to-morrow Man, M H. Onvis and Mr. Ok H. S< KtM k %  iv trie some 'i HI \ Marleod Smith. i I 4nl Island .,! IhM meeting came in OB Suidej bom Ci .1 Smith. They are l the M A J. Raatgever. th> Brit^A Lett (iuijiiu delegate air.vc; vi Trinidad H W I A JS5J Mrs. Raatgever accompanid i —QouiQ abrt>aa w a oil ot peace art Htm / %  Cocktail Party K AND MRS John ktall party at mew Royal Edition T HF imke of Windsor is to tJTih SSO copies ol his lor salt at t'3i 10c. each. II will be %  hand-mane paper and %  ound HI leather with the Duke'* coal of arms blocaad in gold o the front. Tne Milton jfl almont fully sun•enbed. but printing hah not yet oegur. Th'' need for handI Hiding will causa further delo>. MIVCN: III quit* C*vvlgaaj from the first time mi shake hands with him that inching is going to stop him eni i Off To U.S. rrtda night it rttentta wltimii anntvertl ggi Barfeodi %  boneui wen I.:idy Dangan. Among those prOa> M it. AND MKS. John Harry •" l <***• ( '"' ••'"' M" %  .,, tan. mo UA on %  "<" ^ Vidnu-i. < orndi and Mi Dob pbln, Vi dealt. Hi A I'otter. Mi .mil Mi %  | Mi OBd Mis H A-D VScott, Mis H. Dowdlng, Mr, and Mrs ft i M i gan, Mr, and Hi A N-i' Mr. and Mm. C. Accompanying them %  „i l >. < > .: %  two ebOdron, Ariene tjid Jackie Qale, Mr. and v They are staving with Mr Frank and Mrs M. I'.iikii In and Mr* Harris of Haggatts. St Andrew. II 1 1. Ban* and later on UHH adU ^ltend some croft, Mr I" time at Bnthshcba. Mr. ami MiI. Simiii, Mr %ut Mm, s Corttrr, t'omdi and Mrs Mr. Harris, who noraa with a N> Day 8 h. D, and M,. J P 5hfs-i metal company in Long o'Mahony. Maj M I Is l an d, load Cm Ihai iboy am,. IIX Dr illlrt MrR UoyetaUIJ, Mr pad to have a good time. Judging ail() Mrs Lloyd Thon After 28 Years ||{. AND MRS. John Har %  arrived from tin 11 S Sunday via Puerto Rloo l> B.W.l.A. to spend l month's hobday In Barbados. This is Mr Harris' first visit to B;.r twenty-eight yaan Be brother of Frank and Arnott Harris. from the receptic %  c.1 at Seawell they Elemental Ernest Betty Strong. Mrs. P, Mr. ..nd Mrs. fj. Wo-ul. Mr .ni AM B.W.l.A. on Sumia. utnnier holiday M RS. J. M. MEADE and Mrs. Noel Inniss flew In I*uerto Rico on Sunday by B-W.I A. mi h) M IS on a visit On The Air R .1AHY (; It I M it L F. daughter of a Colonial Scr%  Oflkar, will talk about her upbringing on :). %  islund where she was born In a Tea-Time Talk on August 23. l'H< t>ul>ll hindsut. FiMitnnle: Rosemary's father Sir Arthur QrimbHl was Adinm,*trator an Harold French. sail %  -">' ** with a li" lobsttsr. Itlbts." "I bsvc become very atlathsKt 1 said sadly 'Ye*, 1 knoA I '" bar,' h*.* told me U a laHcr nave. I can't play It at U." couple -t days ago. 'We call her "Wot rhat. you tool.' he snoiie,: Ivy and ne waggles her tail. */ meoa pwtir choir 1 am looking for a nice deep That was even worse. For pool in (he rocks, so she tan wnat he referred to was the colivcntually go her own way. She t< naming you. himsHl and an*'"P** 01 c "alr I was given when has been my ( o-star so long that one around for as long as poai' w m H u )' w 2 od %  ' Ihln ** e deserves a break.' bla m*A h. -in— attrartive chair Every tune 1 make s film the director Utag The last lime it was Ralph Thomas, when we were (Mm AppoiNfmerif V/Uh Venus. 1 think they tell each othor about It. David's Cow and— That film AppuiiUrxeni Wxth V'enu was a good one make. It ii lever based on true wartime story, adsV on Vaaua" m a leading n David Nven and I were vi fond of -Venus." though in end we wan waary of cattle' big... and h JAMf* STEWART: He has lhMjmdilv that only the great in. *'•• a n oug h to use. Through 11 lie has such Inward conet thai no physical disturbance alfacu his thought MKIIAH HIMMM, He possenes stlUness too But it Is not naad to concentrate inwardly He il still beiause he ^ watehuij lutening. and noticing others. )|e has aa open mind and In ly applies what he has noticed •FENCE* TRACT: Not only -ii actor who work* out cveiy line, breath, and pause m what, evay part he's playing but a man wao demands sincere rdfat I <. I boeauat of his wars**. Lucky Far He* V ALERIE HOBSON M going t. play the Countess in the iUm version of Arnold Bennett's The Card. This U> ker first film since -.hr had her batty. lor her it b set m the same lime period as her success. IO Kind Hearts and Coronets— H she is longing to wear wasp waists O ANNA NEAOLE: The rarau liked woman ui the mUustry ha devoted her life to being w acbaas of range. However difliuli the projevt is, she will set here tytf on it, and. with her hui friends Land Herbert WUcox to give hei tnr SJ,,,,-,. IHi; ADVK\T1 lli:S OF P1FA onfldence. I feel will never tak< hi'r eyes off the n|. K \ i HI ;;IM HKPRI RN; Sh. kl une of the few real individualists. Rbe Is in no way phoney Because of her great gbyi be in the public eye at all she has to be brave. *tHA*T QRAMORS: Bold j.l ysiculiy and mentally he's .i big person. eVrll laatse! nno us in the film worUi the a name of Pauline Siroud has aw Important. It means hope and opportuiut> i and a lot of good thinE-s most ol us feared were dead in a financially embarrassed industry Pauline Stroud is 19 and gfM picked out of a thousand pretty girls to play the part of B beauty queen in die film satire Lodi/ Godii-rt Rides Auai" She has done so well she h is Just been t eonlract. ing that there is still room Bur ft must haviDavid's appetite. When he was in Paris, the eth s day, he bought ten pounds fillet steak. He Rot ii Urungli the Custom* easily, apart frani a few eraeks about the blind-i time smart Americans bought Iheir clothes m Par,Rut the ljst war changed this hub.t Anirrican oesigners built up big reputation* 1'u-d.ay elegint c cmopoliUi^. like the Duchess o* Windsor, buy almost as many clothes m New York as they do hi Pans Top French designers like Dior art finding it worth while to design an American collection and send it across the Atlantic Leading London eoniuriera are alw pursuing the American market and East season Hardy Amies produced a special collection of beautiful British tweed* and English tailoring to show in New York. Mang English wholesale uianufscturcrs now pay rcgui Visits to New York as well as Parts. They say that English women like th. i simplicity ol American styles. hu n tam my New York fashion scouts is a summai York autumn fashion: Thi American line is fulliJtlrtcd with small, belted waist, high necklines and Important '•• %  rest. Skirt length remains the same Strapless dresses 0 popular, but there are lots of halter straps and oneshoulder effects Many dance dresses are still short with swirling, stiffened or pleated skirtsSpanish influence is revealed in Iringe*. tassels and intricate braid embroidery. Colours are itrong -nil jewel-like and there is plants of jet-trimming. Large loose coals with a forward swing from the nhoujdcrv. lie fiat al the >ide seams P,-.. ,leather belts appear riabl I the wide, cnaaaai Eabrfa pinch"*l K Hal., are small I Veils feature rbri 'hlinker" veins inspired kg • >e shield*, "dress circles" that fall .->houlder-deep from tiny caps. mid "Ace-in-the-hole" veins of glittering mesh, with a hole at the mouth Amusing note on dance dresses is a small fringe of jingle bells COLOURS IX) n'T TOGETHER raspberry lace over shell pink lace in a Jeanne La fa uric dance dress Slate grey wool combined with softest green silk, the colour of an unripe peach Thick canary uool dress with dove grey belt and Cossack cap. II W I I4HV FASHIONS— France tall, stalely Blonde Dior in ravivaj tiie fashion for gold ankle chains and wears one nylons. Novelties include diamond beauty spots on aye veils and ton furs with glittering l< wel flaws. QtTTE CRAZY . Jean Des%  ss 1 Barpo Mai-x wigs of block ii"! feathers thick woollen dresses gill to the waist front and buck. and jacket linings and epaulettes of white swan feathers Pierrot Bilmain laces his dresses up the bach like okt-fashioned corsets and mannequins wear taxi-hailuiit whistles with town suits IMKl DAYS Poodles are umart dogs in Paris French actress, Martin. lakes her black poodle to the dress showDog beauty parlours sell .%  will,,! eollar-lcad sets at £S lime with a pluck ami perfumed snampoo al tw< World Crpynght Reserved —L.ES. BY THE WAY • &f • eaceo m 6er I I is the diciny duty ,.f LbOM who create an a biin apbara In which the vary an pttl Blfl breathe is linpiegnatcd with prqpaganoVi. to suspect everything Soviet officials in Berlin were looking forward to unveiling a .A '..me ol BtaUn Btn .i pri llmlnary exanunation of the stailed i Icaisnasoma arenas in Stalin's trousers. Denouncing this Fascist plot to Rial leader lo** like a boUrgW /en. the officials refused to attend the oararaony. Tha sculp* lor may belong to a deviationisi party wiuch want the decency and respectability of the leadV to cepbaro him for a bourgaoia i.vnh.'.ion. Or he may simpK lie %  man with u sense of humour which Is almost BJ appalling. It b believed that Influential friendi this sculptor from givini; tfaa statue a bowler hat. Thv \urkoriT Svttrm SMARTAL1.ICK pointed out yewterday that the method,,i Gfaaatttag In use i' Wi -t Point arc old-fashioned and outmoded. Al Narkover any l*y who can put up the mone> can Bl ma-tei who will ^ell linn the ex%  mlnaUOD papers in advance, as soon as they havV been prtntnl. Thl ..voidsthe ikunsv Byaten of looking over a boy 1 -, sli iuM* I or using a crib. Bo* Uv oils are unreliable compared with a knowleilue of what auctions are goln lo l>e asked. Asked wlrt-ther this dxl not lond the i gainst the poarai boys. the HranmasTti replied: "At BChOOj the dm are always loaded against those without iwoney. But a poor boy with spirit can always borrow atvhBg clothes or some such article as -ecunts D Marginal ftoir r l!E -ugg'-sflion that .: %  %  %  %  W Ihv tkillel I UKE the reply -i the belli n'na r., when a rrawUng aaatnata told her thai bar pci f >i main.was simply breatb-taklag. She swld. -Well Ii bit-.ith. anvway." MsWata to ilnuilh Mv I HI In in Stubble., like : -• irbianer m the boz-.n ol r i %  .i.i. Orient, like a tomto n inessage In the steaming Junglci of the darkest heart of Africa, like a typhoon in th. feMed Timor Sea. a rumour that Vie plating had hegun to |"H from I32.5oo.goo doaen forks, spread aero?" the United States from Key Wast to Cape natttrry, from San Diego to the .11 sr IX JOHNSON'S CHINA WARE In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn TEA COFFEE, DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS You can make up your own set replace breakages and add lo your set at will %  COCO FIBRl' DOOR MATS .STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES 3 & 4 Pts. %  T. B. EYAXS A Will I III I US DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES smell there would be fewer m Maine fionliei. The question then cides cannot be said to go to lb BTO %  What can be done with root Of the mallei The a Who useless oyster forks? Let me not are mastered !>v despair c-n piejnriiee the issue by taking hnrdlv kg ratpectod to nay: "I sides. would kill myaaK towgy if H Uoraann Express serv wasn't for ihe foul smell of the DWMJ Fidol 'TM1E sailor who was bitten by A a Ciippopotamus the otha) da) can congratulate himself that lbs i>rast waanl trying very hard— unlaai it was of the Wo: Asrtcari i i. A Inch can IM" puan< ed over by a boy of nine, The ordinary blppopota m us has a Bourbon umlcrlip and an enormous mouth anan; inn,-over, hi hit it with vour Hst ilike hilliiig van, so thick and lougfi • !' %  skin. It han which move when II ih The i>oet has sung of it* / ifiiiif uurnnpopotanusa Is really almost one of us ',/ ussy tie esu Mr arub Rcmbuls rge of tinSoiaye Clwb. $2.40 and S2.53 $1.56 and $2.10 DIAL 4220 HeadossrU-r* d W)MOMW*7/>vvm4 and DARK COMMAND" Starring John WAYKT Waiter HD Roy ROGERS



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It B&DA1 U (.1 *T 21. 1551 BAMtfMM AiiVtK iTK PAOi nmuE Bissell Offer* To Speak For //.G. Sugar Workers GEORGETOWN. B.C.. Aug. 18 With i*g*t i % %  divided by the nv..!: between Ihe two strongs**, of %  ml Trade Uniom cottri the n i engaged in the Indttftry, ijr>our Commissioner William Bisse' clfically offered run. I termedlary on be-half of workers in ihe hope of end inn strikes of a wildcat nature, which during thi< week halted sugar production on four Berbitc sugar estates, and in Ihe hope of permitting a conference to begin to iron out grievance thai With sug.r product lagging behind targets, the high coat of living Mid with wage* falling much behind, bed labour situation in the industry in British GufaiU, uhu-h is of grave ... Indeed, the lav., wid (a nationally recO| group of twelve people In an industry c*U) form :i in to have ie\p£&ty, Geologist For Antigua B.C. On Look-out Foe Missing U.S. Pilot GFXJHGETOWN. B.C. Aug. 1)1 A countrywide lookout for a missing United Stated Air Porte pilot wag last night afli % %  Radio ZFY R | the Instance of police had i public help in th search. The nnouncement said the pilot l.lnvd Albert w.. dead In June IMO after leaving Atkinson Plaid to the interior. rib reurUtel In the US, have recently heard lie wai m British Guiana In November '" Demtaei m he may o> me of the ct imu > victim, of nmnesia. A picture of Lloyd Albert can he seen in any police station in the colony or at any District Commissioner's office ", ihe Colonies about bUlty of sending one of its ships to these parts The period over which the trawler Will remain in Trinidad waters will depend upon the result! of its operations A survey made In 1942 revealed that the concerniratton of fish in theae waters btei thnn elsewhere, in the Caribbean, but not sc great s |n northern latitudes, French Count May \\ ork In Brazil CANADA. Aug. 20 m IX' Bernonville, ihe convicted French collaborator Dad out of Montreal on i the midst of deportation accept a job in Irani, and not return to Canada. Hi* lawyer. Jacques P-er ra ult, said "fairly interesting thai l>e llernonville 11 the offer of a position Brazilian firm, which ho baft re Upswing here. The French nobleman who wa sentenced <* %  death la aientia by i h Goveciu ujeji t for aidis during World War II hoarded a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines plane on Friday with a oneway ticket to Rio.— V.T. U.S.A. Helps With Housing Problems irfMi Oar 0*n <*rTfaa>a*ali ST JOHN'S Antigua. Aug. 16. In connection with the Antiguit lousing reconstruction programme a Point IV project Agreement has been entered into between the Government of Antigua and lite Technical Co-operation Administration of the Government of die United States of America. Th<* Agreement provides for a cooperative project to be undertaken by th* two parties In the Held of housing in Antigua. The Technical Co-operaUon Administration will arrange with the Government of Puerto Rico to assign to Antigua a technician who will render advisory services to the Government of Antigua in respect of housing. The Administration will pay the salary and allowance* of such technician and Ihe cost ol transportation of the technician and Frig household and personal effects between Puert,* Itico and the Leeward Islands. The obligation* assumed by uv Technical Co-operation Adminlstrslion in this respect are limited to MJOO. The United States Government will also arrange with the Governmenl of Puerto Rico for the latter to moke available in Puerto Rico to personnel from Antigua training facilities "nd opportunities for observation of housing practices in Puerto Rico. On Its part, the Administration of Antigua undertakes to make available at its expense office accommodation, clerical irtalT, the cost of communications and transport The Agreement will remain in force for a period of two yeiir*. from the SOth J-ne. 1951. RATES OF EXCHANGE t'OVST CANADA lalaf WUnSi.-Ji (htoaet on Dan Siglu lira ItSl 1 On the question of increased subsidies, the statement pointed out (Jut such a policy would be doubly wrong. Money spent on sabsidies i money lost to the country. It would be only aendIngj more of ihe people'" monei out of the country. (iovetnnieiil's Purpose It is (iovernnient'a purpose to help loeul producers to become effective competitors with foreign producers. Government has about S50.ooo.ooo of the people's money to spend each year. It has no other money t,, spend, except lt= own necessary capital reserve %  nd any money It can borrow or obtain for capital works In the form of gifts or loans. At present nearly $4,000,000 of this aie spent on subsidies. These $4,000, 000 are thereby insi to the country. The ntoney is paid to those concerned with flour, saltnsh. nee. condensed milk, and othefood stuffs. The statement DOtnaSd out tlto that thei> will be much worse distress, u nd poverty, and unemployment than at present as "we would not then succeed in cont.nuing to establish new Industrieand encouraging existing indu tries fa improve and expand. I < i Taxation Government i* considering [| it would be possible to increase revenue by indirect taxation, but poinli out that it ia only very rarely that Increases In indar-*t taxation are not pasaed on lo the eonaumer. Such a means of raising money to reduce the cost 01 living may be Ihe very atuts 01 increasing it Government also consider*, that •vherever possible wages should be Increased to help the people the unavoidable extra .n,i urges employers whose wages and salary scales are not already linked to the eojftl ol living Index< lo consider 1 the possibility of Inert salary and wages, and of 'he payments of bonuses to meet the increases in the cost of Living, Report On Mae Arthur" Is "99%l\litur WASHINGTON An* M 1). moei 11 Srn.it.M J. William Pulbrlght 'aid the blistering report bv eight li. ; il cArthur Inveatlinriii i i %  •-tta perconl polltical". Kiahl -.1 the U ItopulilL* ...i naernoi rs coademned rVaslden Truman's discharge of General MocArlhur. hit at the Administration's Fai Eastern polteiOl % %  '•cataslrophic" and demanded the and uniflcation" of Kore.i as the pru. Rki pCf*N r-ulbrifht hit at hursh w-rd In the rep.irt He saio inoiinti i %  enticiSFn" of the administration In rerg terms Indicated He publican "desperation in regard t the next I'resinVntial election" But Fulbrighl admitted h %  thought Truman's abrupt aaathod of firing MaeArthui wai "IrantCW %  t>le" ,nid "vorv hoi nidgntent" IIIllegal Aliens Are Threat To U.S. WASHINGTON, Aug to rnorrat Senator. Pat McCarron. said that there may be from 3.000.000 to 5,000,000 nlteh Communlsls and other illegal aliens in this country, who threaten Ihe nation'-, safety He Mid that this "alien invasion i potentially more tlMferotM than lhat of an armed (on e The Republican Senator Herb CCca 'ior aio chargad th:d i SM "i the several points' 1 for aliens and .i hot bed NIT Communism." Mefarren i: Chairman of II.' Senate Internal Security Com niittce, which is conducting an inrrstlgatlon ol Mbferttve shen-. He made his statement in releasing the report of . lommitie • "task force", which recently held hearings on theillegnl all. I problem. Settntor O'f'onnor, Chtttrnan ol the "task lorce M said In .i aeparate alulemert thai Wlmlwir. Ontario In Canada—arms., the herder from Delroit lo Michigan — jind Cubl are the "assembly point** 1 to, aliens % %  •eking illegal entry into hi eoiintry.—I'.P. ADMINISTRATORS' CONFERENCE rrasa oai o... ca ms f adsWi ST. JOHN'S Antigua. Aug 10. A conference of Acimlnlstratm %  and Commissioners, togetlv tlui Colonial nssaretary, win be held m St. Kitfa from Uie 1st la the nth Septemlier. dm ing which lime !!! %  bcssUenn will be Jeaident l n thnt Presidency H/r/7/f t\ COLl *i\ : Round World T\ NEW YORK g u> girdle In with the world's fir*' %  .nal TV net* WagCfuaUons an under tntj %  i •nu\ open soon Sflttl C Panama The negotiator is the pnvftery owned National Broadt-ssting Corporation. Progrsmmes to and from • (-uthem link of 'hi< f!rt International T\' chain would he in English and Spanish. The N I 1 raakes Tt 11 rnrai I sroul • sail tba rbi it saautd sell progtanu • I woui.i pgj fa t %  • on ll N M C timo-t.ihle : Spanish by 195.1: Furopc b> ISon \sia later How een ihaj m kD ee nTh. %  -peration on Beptembei 30 In B A med 3 "" %  eu Toda> 'h< have I I there wilt ic $0,000,000. Sarah Moves Over MnV lAJtAfl III Kt HIM. forbidden to pl.,> agBUI on an American -t ; ig,foi M\ months 1% Ihe aciorv unson, bull rule ito prevent. ,i (brelgn player UUtbtg a )0b from .in Annin In So Sarah is eapaeted nasl tiiontli to .ippeur in an \ pla) The Rriladelprus Bl in me Ntagau I few fe-t across the I baroar. Ftee Amafkan Set hei Mr. Kurly I, III s\n\i >s in the White Hou a ti'inght and among reporters, too 1 Uealb III I'M %  %  %  %  nded ihe eartln s Churchill B stsiin meet Hack To LolndoUu LAMENTATION at Ihe (hesides of the IroquOtS Hel Indians. Untfei th. 1 s Government i< to get L i.ooo worth ol Each year the amount a t-1 anas %  < %  n r< ai loth prices go up. What was m immense \urdge in I7!'i ii.ndi i lotna Iba tni>o lo 1981 Oh. Mr. Shlnuell Till: NEW VOIIH ll Mil NBWa ii.ni.Brltah Mr Shlnwell In .i reading; article, headed Aims v Cheesecake!* 1 paper sara: sinnw.-n igton to djKusi itandardlslng email an the Atlantir Tnvilv uUOne, a highly important matt II the treaty rerar to work. %  turning down Invitation! to remain longer beeausc be *id he had to stun. bame to 11 iud i at a beauty conmn. "Wiih Britain's lop a> ha. hnreaiieral Hi ui on i. neglecting, guns for cheee* iki • (In pair S In Touch with Barbados Costal Station % %  %  i a. i rough Ihru %  •• .Him. •iS A'' i.rlllll" %  RodM ( • Akoa r> I I., 1. 1 •!•>• IMI MU I Mm-m! nothing adds to a perfec mea like a good cu of coffee! TABS ADVANTAGt Q THE KXILBSION FARES r*o IN rrrrcr 0 AH tiiifcu . N..ih Met %  • Sk v iia.r* OAHDIrVfe'K'AUa !" '!' K. %  'Ortt.r HI brasMataa T > A N S c A M A p A , AU Dad lal*raau*aa| i,.„. \„i,. 1 ' !! %  -...-I THESE AUTO ACCESSORIES Kiniirn RUBBM MATTINO TTRF PREHNimE OAI'OF* BATTMIT RTDtOMETER SIMON1Z WAX • (IMNF CHAMOIS Qrl I In. II1 III! \l I II 111! Mil FLUID VALVE GRINDING COMPOUND FLUXITE GASKET CEMENT BLACK TOP DREHSING STEERINO WHEEL COVERS ELKCTRICIAN PI.IERs A SCREWDRIVERS SPITFIRE LIGHTER FLUID FRONT SPRINGS FOR FORD I IIP. A II H.P. TRONT SPRINGS FOR MORRIS 8 H.P. A 10 H.P. ENGINE VALVES FOR ALL MODELS l:\f.MMI CARS DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES ECKSTEIN Bros. BAY STREET M^MV'MEM Hirong. ret smooth and Raslhli rolled upon. l-ou fur the lluii-r pull i <,i um0BAN1 aataai BWIA I Make Bufinen Contocti foitti o or i> I'oniportotion. 3 Tokt oil the llCeal ECQI I ejg—g if egaun from BeWd lffl|Mrft4U '.nipii. In llw nlood m-> SSSSSa rhrumaile pim •"•! p-ln. -lilt anJ palnral |,.ini. hmiplasplss and common kin sssssraoi "larkrltlood MUiure help* to pnrlfv ihr hlitod. [leanaea ihr *%. ,-n an.I aaiiili in rc*iarlng good health. BABY'S TEETHING need give you no anxieties There oeed 1* no restlena night. no tsars, DO baliy diaordera. if i nn hare A-lit. ii i & I'araont nfsots* Povi.lai* haiulv Mothers all over tba world havf foond ihem aaolhie,; and cooling whrn beby in fretful throtitfh teething, and. hert of all, th. y are A MS* II 1 II I Y SAJ I ASHTON 8c PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS Loveliness for yon 'I tie lovely film Man know how I., cam i"! iiVn skin tbey use l.tiv ToBel Soatp. PUreO/hltt lux |.,il.i Sn.i|i b/ill riih.ime ihe natural beauty ol sow thin, ton. |uv. w.i-ii iii \..n"i a Cold Lag I "ilet Norip lea B eotff Dtanploxlbn deu ] naootli and IVSgrant. LUX KMI.IT SOAP %4ll THL rRACKANT WHITI SOAP Of THE flLM STARS ' V ^V ON THE TOUGH JOBS -all over the World t I nouasnd* "I ihear irucki ami vans are in u*r all o*Sf "%  I'M. r <•!.;,K ciprTatora d>maid )'r hard, round-thciloik arrvur \ilv--in-hcsd engine JerHos* 4' horw-power. 4-*PJ nii provi,i tut power take-on*. rVrwerl i hne. Ih.-iru. ku. jiargi-pljri lull-droa Mts -nd taa-board Ihe van ha I liid I i lot you ihuulJ know sbout ihnr \.:l.< %  %  • end you the irchnlcsl fscrv MORRIS-COMNIRClAi FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 238S Sole Diitribulon Phone 4504 I


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PAGE FOl'R IIAKIi.MIOS AUMH vri: TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, l3l BARR\DOSSAW r OTF. fcs-— _1 —" 1 .1 III, --..!. %  \ii„usi Jl || i] JAMAICA THE sympathj o Carlbbt .in nril] in Jam.i.. F jkhu .: %  I '. FT I flu! i icanei and si %  %  i i l mankind prevent them even U ctlon In order to %  %  L tl tar boc;n, twenty yean the bai fered from hull 1907 the City ol inearth;i VIM! of ahu i I of the wind reached sppi Services: "'ri.i-ui not a house in Kl %  Human life has t crope have end Industry .ii' It I bole ironiet i til j effort mlnad %  hit backyard and whi ere being to Improve living conditions and to attract visit Ln one of hat turbulet I should have wiped it all out In B night. It is m %  t place the h Industrial projects and to supplj I medical services to thOM who are now expos e d to the da p> iple of the other colonle in. financial condition will mi ti (button to tl i %  uflerin J iroeiEIM people of I %  a never been less than practioaJ and sympathetic when disaster ha* befallen those around us We have been spared i aim to let the measure of our thankfulness be shown in thi the contribution which we mnVc to Jamav B M IIOI AltSIIII>S UNLIKK other U I Indian colonial, does Dot Been to have made the fullest use of the i offered by various b dies, The need for technically trained %  I now hecome acute and every (fort is being made to secure opportunities for local youngsters to serve a period of Instruction al Boma reeo| nl ssd school. It is for tini the change in the provisions by the Metropolitan Technical School in Puerto Rico will be welcomed. In the p Caribbean Commission in this island earlier this year it v illy known thai the scholarships ware svailablc to BarbaWhen iius was made known it was found that the applicant DMlSl be able to speak Spanish. This qualification has now been n and a knowledgi i] Spanish required. This will mean thai B have the opportunity to secure i few of 'i. w scholarships In the years to come. There an thirt) scholsrshipi awarded annuall; of these have > %  I from Trinidad and the Leeward and WindI'olilii s iiiiil l-i -^oii.iliiM-s I III:l i Kj I lossII' II rln-l M> G ill-AMI XOW? %  %  l %  %  For Mi I %  %  %  U UMTS Will I %  point he %  I %  Bi Press of 1945 t! Lhl %  %  I %  -H pro a RI i %  %  %  • i %  i %  %  %  ii i %  Look i i %  | M i %  And tl.. I %  ,i US '"* i Sal strike. wli< po*-d his bulky f<> n %  %  11 %  ... i %  II time. .: %  %  I %  %  SB hours 45 minutes, %  ii Lewis's shan la sfl lhl • %  i v and his %  "on Went. %  %  Al d hlf E17.fKKl fhinilv I-IIV %  %  '.•ublishcd results trading i<*& i £2o.5W. -hares, issued tc 5s. On the fence i uur cc.et-ln-U* vaj I ha i %  .. 'i e unionist %  i leneral and A not limit i to trade ml be has urged Mr. Btalbi to Brttaw, m Mi-ley, and %  i Mi LBWII reoanUj Ham constituents Mr. tan Mlkardo. collaborator of Mr. ii "One Way Only." kardo i-xpuunded where the Way loads nun why. ML Lvwli'i rtj AM las i %  %  %  %  pi van I%  he had not I mind '(•tin' nn stffn Baits—'a l*jiile> l is who bai % % %  i iMintnt to than M lYi HI lonst he *IL< %  • North. When Is In BlacfcI than 6.000. And the Llbe) % % %  ... . | %  istle's political fertuaa iikc elsewhere, too. If her party confers m Scarborough key Ssjure .i BevanUe laetti At prc'cni Mi I I me i-'lay-inakln^ Nat %  that she should be re-.' But they rear thai %  unions resentful of p..hn. .. < %  ! %  have opp alts tden. And In the uonvns section. which nnw elects Mrs. Castle, UW ..... Castle Ii bj uttlng up in tin constituency section, where they vote In her new category, trim. %  %  .,: -Oh] ..'.. I clash head-on with Mr. Emanuci BalnwaU. the most vulnerable poll I Bevanitee would delight in dishing him. rot the Miiust. ..i Defence pui.iiriy denouno 11 Caat %  She can t to be foiled -. I), itmnsir.ition %  tlnhrttr d Supply i -. %  meant threat that my return SI rcls witn % %  % %  tbbed Mi Strains I i n.ilidavin i. %  lives Ii 'MUuonalree' Row' Kensington %  i e used to own i Schnauzcr dog called Troutky. hen hi it HI the I %  %  %  %  og seemed to loiter. ..vied Mi .. ouuride No. 13 No. 13 Is tlie SOVK %  Kmbassy. I. E S. Slioultl i>o< iois llv| k ri 1114*11 iV n La no %  %  %  %  brought mi %  mil n( .! I %  can do mi mcperlmenl .. %  %  But "I I %  I %  if Uvi misery on I %  %  %  %  1 %  Tin 1 com %  : Bdv %  1 %  %  1 iloucc I I %  important l i ; .1 ver) 1 HI %  1 1 %  matter %  %  %  1 > Mrs* Juiirii*!. Tht %  %  o4 '•.!. %  • then WAS a Krowing tcndcniy for I "l" 11 tit sa %  nn 'In il klinwIcdKC A lead!eg arUcls miRgeHted that now xcioutlflc methods of lllT—Ugatte t n raiw a moral (ini"Uon which will have to be faced: How far are doctor* Justified in snlinUttlng patienti-l pioccdnrcWl.ll. • or painful .mil • • v not 11c without tlk to life TIIR DOCTOR iv P I %  .ill out. %  iii kshton would %  Cm lutoec ANOTHER human p he anU%  %  n American BJ %  • i ; i..:. Mayo [oil owing a 1 the lirM %  I W kin WII 1 onUnued, das the pallenl w %  %  ible lo roll ovi i In bed wtthoul 1 aln %  he had ( %  to do for %  Qulcklj I %  I Ighth day %  I had not beei take) i %  lleyo Cllni would nerer h n 1 ipid I'littera scept Klue BaMes WHIU I about the Uielr new drus) gon who decidi %  %  : tout timi Until ihe 1911-18 wai %  %  I removBl ol shell fregmcnti lodged in ind around Uii : .. 1 orators in the n SJi porUni their tirs; suceteaes with %  hie hah}" operation an operation not on the heart Itaell mil on lbs lai 1 a it H j il la l-itndon was not I '' "> 19 8 a surgeon there In proved on thi American result I %  HI. I II genital he u di probably the best pig of the New y able infonnaUoo %  ance ol U %  i %  : an all otl %  ailed 1 ins aid.—1..C.S. •known I 1. D I more valu: 1 %  ti BOOK REVIEW "MY DEAR \\'ATSOJS G. M. THOMSON i Ml nl M: IHMJSJESJ, BJ Gevla %  trend Allen and I BWS1 10.. d. 1B3 IMM! f.. : <' Blid about UW I ford or > 1 %  oi the Sherlock Holm. %  %  %  1 %  %  %  '. %  %  H %  %  1 %  BJ 1 1 BJ I 111 —which %  that Holme had a hold %  %  1 At al' %  ness wh" i norn I %  I in, / \M QSUEI MAN Ol WEST, B> Jeun KJir |\< vtork. i*.. id 'is pa %  %  %  %  ternal %  %  %  1 %  eepri %  %  Ca tln| one %  .. 1 It rrltten N 1.000 N %  %  %  1 %  IBM ( 1 -. 111 Ml mil It Itv Harold Pearton. BtapaM Frees %  %  • %  MV t OUMN I^< in 1 B) IsftptuM da MaartM Qellanre n %  %  %  i |>No INNINGS Bj P. UuUB %  Our lle-urlrrs SsiJ I llurrivunv* To las N SIB We are UMH be to vow 1 what %  %  i ful tO househoUlers and especially Interesting with the new of an i %  Howevi 1. 1 think the authoriasrna to %  people as 1 Aether the) I hi round of dutli %  job" eaeentia U nss return 1 %  tho* in au. ., . who among UW Ik abould tii' usual 1 Rich business ... %  %  %  report to the Author w ... 1 4oorP NEWS FROM BRITAIN (Bj DAVID 1YMFLB MUMS) • HON. HAVE you ever drummeU impatiently on The lid •>', .1 1111, and found it gave you two i fienomenun has this town thai i exactly, on that psasasget, coinmonplace, Little diseovery. The Trinidad All St n Orchestra has arrived with H ;:i!g-rxngb and booms. Down in Trinidad, making music out of beat in L; the lids of cut-down oil drums or of the lids of garbage cans has been developed ml 1 Intricate and wonderful art I rom .i ei ude bi ruling, will each instrument nd has developed until this week London listened -and the exclusive clientele of a leading nipht spot will soon hear—to the well-modulated, mellifluous sound of hollow metal tinging out its melodv under the ham: | ten muslicept for those playing the boomssits with lid, two fed or three feat In dial I .itly on his knees. bent t<> a secret 1 %  • %  And %  em has nothing 1' akin to whal you would imagine from can. Hut these musicians from I I U< must think, wi i .1 timid, conn 11 -ili> as I: n( rhythm a$ the enthusiastic musicians from the West Indus think At the two concerts they have gtv) n In London they have played %  O politely. Are they trying to persuade us table and can be made to | U s-time music? What thi Lond 11want to hear is the music ol Trinidad—not an imitation of what I %  'hi' BB.C. Li hi Pro) ramms on %  Sunday afternoon. The real drum beat of the if the Trinidad Carnival—and that is something beyond the dieaiius 'd .my ciriiival 111 all BUTOfM The numbei that caught the London audience i>f the island off the Spanish M nd a Road March. But for the rest—it proved something that may Interest itudents of music. The Steel Band ha.s already been hailed as the mu leal t .ry. Hut it Is what it plays, n"i Iniu the music is made, that mailers. • * WIMKK is COMING England is bathed in its own pale, and glorious sunshine, But the Government is in the midst of next winter. If we needed any reminding of what the re-armament programme means we will have it next winter. The prospect Is ugly, end cold. A politician Aneurin Be van. for the record once said that Britaui would always ) %  ihi.lit because 11 is a lump of coal ul] ol Rsh. That, presumably is why the politicians have given Britain a reputalon SB S had place to [| lost Its battle with the Treasury, which n was created t,, ginger Into action Naturally the excuses will be made, power the needs are great Building them would have meant fewer And more of industry eve to be diverted to making the Export orders for electrical niacimiery would have been refused All that is true. Bui look al what the planners did! They natsorudlsed the electricity distributing industry. The British Electricity Authority then started sdvertuii.. Its merits, it sold appliances, mure and more ch-ctriiitv was used (• home, Each small electric fire needs more thai j oundS spent in capital lo provide it with electricity required to keep it running. The calculation does not need an computer; ordinary human brains can do it with simple arithmetic! Advertising 1 of the housewife for rn all-electric home, and good luck to her—but the investment programme did it it keep track on her buying. Five years after Fuel crisis, c will be faced with When was the Socialist Five Year Plan. • * THE I'Rl/K At ti : the year our newspapers 0 more short of news than of irinl Everj %  las worry th. rnselvi Whlcl : uninteresting items will have to make the most important story of iy. Hut this week one unique story, with %  me to their hands A repot %  %  1 -.V,V,*,-,','. Jtsr ##•#/•;# 1 Kit FRESH STOCKS OF SNOWCEMI White, Cream in 56-lh Drums White, Cream. Silver Guy. T.i r.icnUa ami Blue in 28-lb Drums WILKINSON ii ll.-VYNRS CO., LTD. Successors lo C. S. PITCHER & CO. >',*,'-*,*,',*,-,*,',-,*,->-,* 1 ,*,*,',*,*,',^*,*,*,-, WVA\ OFFICE FURNITURE by SSJfKBl sin 1 n> LTV. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. iT*S HEKK IfVI/V LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH HI A MEDIUM QlM.ll) 50 INCHES WIDE 1/ .>•:>. .7 7 pt-r Yard. ALSO BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE Al 97.i:i pt-r Yunl. GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE Al sil.-jr, |.r Yard. • DACOIIA ft CO. SID. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT .::;:::;v.:: ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SNACKS ^/^ FOR SNACKS : taken Rod Cheese 1 I %  %  ..: Cbesse %  .Ii %  1 Cheesy (n Tins %  .. %  1 1 0 .... ,. Dutch %  %  "I-"' <-'ha Ttil>orx Beer ton*"* Ale 'wi Ale O iden Tn 1 MEAT DEPT. Pttom i.onit i#>% SPECIALS m lm Wf SWbSiTy Jam .i 1H ti" Raspbsrry Jam .48 11 lin Or.ingr Jnm .48 tile 51.00 per botlle Crushed Pineapple .48 CEREALS Jl ST ARRIVED KclLou's Corn nakes Kellog's All Bran %  Puffed Wheat ,,Jf I'ruff Wheat Heinz Spaghetti & Cheese '.*.:'.:•*'*: ---'. — B/ ORLWER



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I M.I 111.111 i: Mill \lin-. ADVOCATE 11 i SDA1 vi i.i ST II MM Windwards Hit 61 Runs In First Innings Q.G Repl) With 118 : [RST CRXKE1 Qtv liana. I al, was* bowh-cj 1 % % %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  MORE MONEl FOR \LFRFI) VALENTINE Bamm Club To Tour St. \ inn-ill LONDON. tE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT, with %  h) aaed ioda; I %  payment ol LSSG to crlcketei Alfred Valentin .,r, Piarv fmm %  %  i' Wind%  l %  1 %  %  %  H %  IB r li la> %  %  1 %  Run Out %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  I Bm lei not %  tered un%  %  %  void. nil i i i p %  ; ,. i li UUp : • I b Phillip. i JcKon. i> 1 %  %  J %  Til a %  > 1 ..II. 1 It.. 1 %  Javknu %  i . B lb* BH %  *"|i 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  . I I %  %  I Phillip.' %  %  %  %  i %  lit nt thil \ %  it A %  D %  Skiyi, %  %  %  Last Man (locfa Bhilllng* % % %  %  ft W The I in %  w Ibol left I' h;inn< : LtBCk for r %  Comi. %  %  >k %  but m •' %  MM B I iium i tin MM %  .i iefc> I off A Uk end -, . '• MI Itnprt /' numnitHH' i li I.I wlckel %  %  %  He made S3 out of i total <r. Hoi W County Surin. ,i fOK the first tirr>e m Conference rath | up 40 years, Wellington wa PARIS. Aug. 20. y that a Bl| Three 'iiifcriitti' %  -. %  I, %  I-, : M,*. than later in ii by a French In other Eoaliah Fus: F %  reign Office bpokt iintis t,i-da.v wen Frenoh FOrelgll Minister Robert aa follows-*;, human will leave for the U.S. by air August 31 or September 1 1,1 l-ord'i jnd after spending one day in I and 2 for no wicket; ..„ h „ New Y ork or Washington will leave for San Francisco, the | urge to be U] l| mi Kent 147 and 120 %  n eon b) 10 ture vs. Surng Deri ---hire 171. 218 tor 2-wicket*: linn dolnf 240, No play owing to ram i.n ..i srMfeaU i i *•a-i %  %  O M ii i at H..I-.I a i u (ford li O Sorrrr Ri'sttits D -< in :I-IT i i \*.i iiir DIVmOM %  %  %  I 1 -ttrtir* Ii Ul, ,.,,|| o T,. DlllMl*" %  I I Ah.nl,. n Q.,.... li Moiilul I out leg : scoring II %  %  III Lead Pickwick On let Inninga %  the Piekwick-F> criekm mal Dt4 on Sai%  i I betting iir-.t ..... ... .( %  || while Mi Joni i %  h ketg i"i 18 i II when etumpi aran %  %  i replied -.Mill %  tu J Oreluun SO, Mr Joen not out M F" b •i,,. aemi %  i I %  •luii match inch %  i aneeissbrous-h 1 Moltsnluim II |-.(, IT IVif 1 I mouth T erraan n 1 %  %  1 i i %  Wi I', ,lc-t I *. I 1 Mali-). I i RU | %  let •Ji ii Cheltrnhnin < ilmiresterahir II '.i U wieketl declared; ; %  | n-tckotl Match i Weston' %  380. .i:m !..r 7 wiCki Bu) Ml 110, 120. %  i,v 362 runs. Warwick! vs Northants ut vnti w ir* Icka 430 tm f> wieketl declared; Norihants 117. No play owing to rain Mated spokesman said. If the San Francisco meeting .pening September 4 last* longer expected, the Hig Three Giamniwm •oreigw Ministers may hol.i their conference there staruuHaneousty rather ihan going to Vaahlnglori as atheduled" he said. The Rig Three Foreign MlnllteTI Conference is now scheduled lo m In Washington September. .... followed by the Atlantic Pact] Council Meeting in Ottawa Sep-1 tember 17.—U.Pnr E.ijoy the heipitality. comfort and thoughtful ssrvice which have made MA "first choice" ef veteran travelers the world ovor NEW YORK UfEKlCAN COLI M\ tram rarr ; pin-up girl i. n mav be i-uaic-r I cane to nmhu Maud whj rearmament u so aloe Heat Hit*. Them Till HI VI iWfU %  until the town banned Ihe water | '.' -I'd to look al I mometet lo know thai 115 Said t^\ The bl I husband* crazy, Cutalde my office I see a cna 'lie cherjaaa agatnet hu I ihcin "' Stars Dim tlul THE A'I refuse to go li the • so who cheated in aa i The culprit* includemost of the lars of the football lew in the country. will probably wreck thBui the other %  those players are allowed to remain most of us will ra What's In The Put OI'OSSI >| RCI\--I~ beef in St patOI %  pound opussum mast eo four-poun the fish, the lish hauled hun ami his rubber boat and outboard motor many miles out to sea. Finally Dnrmetko cut the Una. LONDON NOW SEEDS ONI \ FOLK DIVERS (By Mil I II HI MOM) %  i secretary of the selecOldfleld. last water |" %  wmmets lor the Lc.nduti-P Mat in Bei lin on Septcnil>er I and 1*1 %  %  rtii travel eta UM HI I k l.f H I %  the RussLm zone. p|l ver would be %  nut they ag another i • rives all i %  %  %  ea County player nd Derek 'Mark (IV. ..,! 11 Ina neai M and a good fighter. Share Kl must out%  Ht, b D bull) and landa Kl I Um Baldwin (Penguin) and Ri n %  ik-c-konham) —nne-tlmo i %  — will at ti king over %  %  tnt %  ...list Bertha other In the Parta i-ns in the %  bnlc) will %  technlc). —I..E.S would not "ink Ha roared all i fhl A boat f iind h %  . ITS s.,„ i„ r bl ii'i Inn! in P I.I III1 ISIOM • %  %  .-k I Dui ..,.!,. Ul 1 i si MM i i tm i m\ s in %  %  %  '. ; Slm-kpnrl Count) O Roth I i c i. FIRST PRACTICE MATCH ON THURSDAY The following will take pert Li %  i jo BrlUah i waited l> %  Huiila i;' "i' '"w ", >P k a i lo itinut Bo i %  1 v Shil%  !M Rolle Morjgul w %  Q Li p ilk I %  M.C.C. BEAT ALBEKTA ALL STARS !:'.r. ; : : ~V"'"~ i w '""' : '"' %  H U Branker, %  Mklnaon C Atkini Hradshaw. A HoWi i ( 1 Rugby Results LoN'DON. Aug. ^J if Rugby Laag Bntun U •• • Kingdom follows: — 12. Hull 21. Bnnaies 18, 12. Donca a tet 10, S. Faalhenton in.illHornets t liull Klngaton Hovers W, Cai llfl II Hun li • 19 Keighlca 14. Uv tl Oldham f( rd Northern 7 Salfonl 17, Satlaa i arid a II, Bt 1 ena 20. Wigan 19. Whit.-' Workington Town York 9. Su.nl..-. I | II, Huddarafleld B M U.P. WhalV On Today Victorian Exhibition at Barbados Museum 10.00 a.m. i nun ol Chancery 10.00 a.m (uurt of Original Jurisdiction 10.00 a.m. Police and Petty DvM Courts If 00 a.m. Crlrkel (Windward Ulsnds Hi Quren's I'ollege at Harrison College) 1.30 p.m. Meeting of the Legislative Council L00 p.m Meeting ol the House of Assembly 3 00 p.m. m on. II.. oaaasw" — t ho*-* Ir-'in Mia ii'iind-lnp E efaol fr. S All PAA /Itffhfs (o New Ynrk now land at Idlrwild Airfxirt instead uf La Guardta Fi. I.I. MIAMI Daily fltghu-non-.top Mr San Juan. Special lK-Dav Round Trip Escunion Fares now in eBect ST. cnoix ST. THOMAS Frequent flighls bv iwift Convairr>pa Clipper-. Convenient dep.ii lure rhnea. You can now "fly PAA*" lo Kl'ROPE, SOI TH AMERICA. AFRICA. MEXICO, the FAH EAST-la fact, completely aroun.l the world. For 22 years the leading international airline— PAA was first to link the Amaricoe by air. flril to fly to all six continents. 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ESTABLISHED

HURRICANE RAGES
ACROSS YUCATAN:
BRITAIN OFFERS
AID TO JAMAICA

MERIDA, Mevxico, Aug. 20 Py oe
‘THE CARIBBEAN HURRICANE caused “wide Mr. Trenn: an

spread damage’’ as it raged across the Yucatan}
Peninsula, and panic stricken inhabitants of this) Cl
iallenge
public buildings. The hurricane already had killed: 7 ore
109 persons when it raked Jamaica. LT he Soviets

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TUESDAY, 1951

TORAY

AUGUST 2),
TWENTY-ON

PRICE :

U.N. TROOPS CE
— BOGUS LETTERS

SOMEWI CORBA, Aug. 20
F Weis sudegh Is UNITED NATIONS PATROLS all the
Optimistic

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front have been receiving for three
TEHERAN, Aug. 20











and Chinese
Communist front line units arrange an informal
armistice themselves while cease-fire talks continue

days mys
terious letters proposing that U.N.



ati said Mohammec} at Kaesong.
stim about a settlement of The letters, ungrammatical and awkward)





glo- Irs ‘nian oil dispute and



composed, have been lefi

| ho} a >» “Et some result from in the advance of the

. Ooay s talina,’ so Sas. front lines where U.N. natrols would find them or
lossadegh’s 1opeful opinions $

| Were voiced after a 20-minute have been delivered by Korean farmers who
wWerence with Richard Stokes - ¢ j s

conte, ve ae Gene tee approach patrols under a white flag,

Mission, and W Averell Harri- 5 j Addressed to “Amer

man, President Truman’s special

r r
j /
ersis envoy, Jel e

ie k British ffice nd 1
° letters are wctie \ dent
GHC | they say: Firstly, peace tal

They. say peace

















Earier Mossadegh had called 7) ‘ e Kaesong have been going or ne
. . ° ° giae 1 the Shah. Mossadegh said he / > di ti. > July 10, but soldiers on both side
High winds and torrential rains lashed this saa os aa Wish xebre catenin tates / “Ue CEES | | July, 10, bit soldiers op both: sig
: ‘ ASHINGTON, Aug. 20. than ‘esterday i ea pie S
city of 100,000 people, but Government officials} gruman in a message to Con- Se al rare kl sihitwas idee’ senkes pirate neediess « es, .
were hopeful that the storm might veer around grejy, challenged Russia on Mon- vid. variously that talks had QUARTERS, Ki Kug>-40Tehauia’ talk fovea athe
day to prove the Soviet desire roken down,” gone on the ranks supporting | ‘ ‘ Ch ! '

Merida and other Yucatan population centres. for peace by sincere action, re "and “passed all hope for [force beat off a Red « he "i Rex nes

ite Miami see Bureau Pending definite evidence that re ment” ittack and captured t ‘ inte ects me Aad
said an area of suspicion north-}_ Russia really wants to modify its lossadegh did not say whatfhills o th ! { e fi ’ 1 that
east of Puerto Rico had flattened |] “dad May idee te : tae made him optimistic, Wester: ‘ ,

prea pts present aggressive policies, the 1 € art flamir re ' c
opr ane pee being dismissed as "1 President urged Congress to move Bs de pee ii St had presented { fantryt ‘ Fou plic wuled
vossible hurricane spawning | Hegal Immigrant a i with his programme for Lobe t aa ” § pe siewren ward ir ir { ind rou Kor ;

“Aircraft observers . went out! ee 5 j national security and world peace i Brit ain was he % likely orl tan strates poin e ft inne {

‘ ee Ee 7 oO 2 ‘ | fro t } tior

this morning but could not + . * He urged particul: rly that Con- ese fas nile 1 u h i i .
anything,” the Weather Bure iu] Campaign gress restore the $30,000,000 House i tt 2 Ing 1 cease } 1606.
said. “Settled conditions prevail , : ° - . ‘ cut in appropriations for the | oe on Jul t gr! t m to he eed
in other tropical areas now.” f yraseee ne eee Ce a | Voice of America. He said all | - he Communist put up far upon, deleg of front li unit

The” Rew Ovleana’ Weather| “oe os ee a ee a. possibie means should be used to | ‘ ren resistance. Allied. tro ha hould eee, in No-Man’s-Lan
Bureau reported at 10 that | nications are that the Gov-|carry the American messo ge R 1 hi I ° » Jad them out of the hol t isa “friendly party,” each 1
the : bucrigane “hed hates ‘al 0s ;;emnment may abandon its all-ou: Sarinadls the iron curtain. Ussian UPHS |... onets, grenades ar : t uarantee the other euri
YtNatan Peninsula into the Gulf} ©o™Paign egainst 6,000 illegal The President transmitted irtillery flee a basis of military he
of Mexico and was about 30 miles |#=erants. Accommodation at the] she House and Senate the recen | Ag yains | Stalin Tanks were brought up to tir {' tae San Dare
northwest of Merida. | ktoyal Jail has been fully taxed,}.. from Soviet Presiden‘ point blank into bunker { me letter ‘ ied "Ct

As it moved across the penin-|/@l2wing “Operation Deporta-| shvernik to the resolution passe engagement Turkish trooy ee Volunte For
sula, it lost part of its strengih | To" Many immigrants have} Qoarjier this year by Congress BERLIN, Aug. 20 bayoneted and even a ht ture of an
and the maximum wind velocity | 2&2 refused admission at the pledging friendship for the Rus- Allied officials disclosed on{Chinese in a bloody battle j | whose identit inkr
was 75 miles per hour within 3( «i, and have been imprisoned] miles of the centre.— jet tne Police Headquarters until a oe : : jened their “economic blockade” - ata eee we t letter each day f t

“Our own correspondent cabling | further notice. wk apes anatase tae PRINCESS MARGARET will spend her twenty-first birthday to- [of Berlin and refused to pass} q.0//NUNEIS struck back Letters, though iden

4 . t s € a é ! ze% fi ounterattack a . t *
from London says that offers of Major Stent said that a ship the readlution Bertha Soviét. Preals day at Balmoral. Here she is en her way to Scotland.—1.E.8. | tree coal tre eins’ me iking the daily midnight aalithwraut .f.. JOamnson in different handwritir \
help from Britain for Jama vould be chartered to take pro- iain qi was error. .and misrepre-|~~ paola ai nenante | Wee from Western Germany Obheir mali central ent ates rein Bny li
hurricane casualties have been! !ibited immigrants back to their ata. ve [a : t ree 2 yo officials said sold Tie id in part It has beer
made to Sir Hugh Foot, the Gov- |} ave islands. t He s lid it was unfortunate tha | toree my Arce ethore: " ' ae a t The initial impaet tt Re Alcs oe er on ‘ebay ae phat
ernor of the island. His reply is The Hon. Mitra Sinanan has], i , at Me 1 on e ki seeault lishtl Nanettated ; et f Not only is fight

: Stes 3 I as ats ’ }| the Russian document gave no as | West German border on Friday P ht i i dill Boing on. bu?
being awaited to find in which} tabled a question to the Colonial urance of changes in’ the hostil Allied line but U.N. troops re ne hi » bu : ‘
direction help can best be given.’ Secretary, inquiring whether the Cae at miler 7 olicias of the | Soviets have already blocked] their positions after a five-hou : — Pas be rome an obstac!

Si i D Order of te eae a Soviet Union which now threat © j the export from Berlin of goods{hattle. The Communists wit } tt ei m: 4 eat Sie
“ D Order of 1950 is still in force, : : ki cha bie Pant, Etaantnn Aen a ee at there may be somethin;
wo Ships Due _ | Order of 1950 is sill in force, ana) Or Worta peace e@ bi DED iit torced tne weet to inetituts| comes ot te say a ene, | ot 8 pencetul of th
t ; “ . . " : . *s 5 ©} cesses of the day near the westert iesons prob »

All day today, telephones have} in view of the acute economic Sc it a ; uanaeaees <= 7 {a commercial “baby airlift’ tofend of their main offensive fron lk cat i , : nti om Mint oe
been ringing in the Colonial Office | crisis facing the Colony intends] * oviet nion wants to make pro MEXICO CITY A rust 20) | ship goods out. Officials said they which Curves 25 mile ana bai : : an be co nued and mear
and the West India Committee! to act on the Ordinance, If this} 8'ess toward peace, it ean sto} : f ME, , / ugus 20). j did not take a serious view offo¢ the Yangon th . rake vhile needless casualties on both
from people wanting to find out: Ordinance is put into force, it flouting the authority of the THE HURRICANE that killed at least 115 persons,’ the new ban. They said three} ?y 4 n eeu es 8 * ern « . des may be eradicat

: . ¥ ’ , i g 3%? Tr ¢ , ir . i 7 © ‘ q ‘ oO wat ’ ” eas ow re ! i re oO ’
the . latest news of relatives,| will cause an exodug of non-| United Nations Truman sug- whipped the Gulf of Mexico with 120 miles an hour Winds |coal trains passing though Mari-[ gon of J isa client : % Pre 2 meine eed:
friends, and property in Jamaica,| Trinidadiang from the Colony.| gested Russia stop supporting) Monday night and all Texas coastal towns were alerted for|@mborn brought only “a small ~—U.P ioacenuitilat ohaviaue thut tt diolated
In a letter to the Daily Express} Not only will the labouring class} 2¢med aggression in defiance of the big blow. The Naval-Air Station at Corpus Christi, | °°" Of (he) etly 8 coal supply it nets oy

to-day, Mr. D. E. G. Williams, the} be affected, but doctors, lawyers,| U.N. and stop subversive moves
night editor ofthe Daily Gleaner,! and magistrates will be involved.} in other countries :
who is on holiday in this country, He aso challenged Russia to
describes the horrors of a hurri- The Ordinance declares all] join in good faith in seeking real
cane and says, “Everybody in| persons of the class mentioned to disarynament and control of
Jamaica looks to a Government} be undesirable immigrants on} atomic energy.
that must look to Britain.” economic grounds. Such undesir- “Unless we have concrete evi-
A Colonial Office spokesman] ables, according to the Ordinance,} dence that the Soviet Union has |
said this evening that no news| are: “Persons not belonging to} in fact changed its policies, I can-|
was available of any relief fund! the Colony who wish to enter or|not advise Congress to chang
being started for Jamaica yet have entered the Colony for the] policies of the United States.” |
purpose of seeking or engaging —U.P.
in a class of employment, for





A Canadian Press message from







London says that: Two Royal! which there are available candi- as e ‘

Navy frigates have been ordered} dates in the Colony.” W E ] P

to Jamaica for hurricane relief! * ’ oo rices
duty. Bigbury Bay is scheduled Before the Acting City Magis- ~ ‘ z

to arrive at Kingston from Bar-| ‘rate presiding in a Port-of-Spain Goin U

bados to-morrow. The Sparrow | court+10 more persons she been
is due there on Wednesday from, ed to'be kept in custody un : 7 |
permit An Admiralty spokes-| deportation. Seven of them ars ’ WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.
mits said that the frigates wiJi, Gremadians, the others are from World wool prices will pro-|
ined A aboard medical officerg,; St. Vincent and St. Kitts. They" bably average somewhat higher
vedi , a plies F aid that,;than the present levels next
medical sup PS

and sick berth | pleaded guilty but some
| they were glad to go back home. | season, the Department of Agri-
culture spokesman said in a re-

}view of the wool trade situation.

attendants.





the world supply of wool pro-
bably will not be greatly different
from last season. World produc-
'aion is expected to be slightly

(By WALTER COLLINS) é
' jlarger. These inereases probably
CAIRO, August 19. will be just about offset by the
THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN TRE ATY of 1936 is almost|reduction in joint organization
t § in stocks in consum-
certain to be abrogated by Egypt this autumn, and some | holdings and in stocks in consun

“Military requirements during the
howdown Between U.Be een
O Savetantial At the sé
above last year and the carry-
ing countrigs”
informed quarters predict that Egypt would boycott the *

same time,
a
. |
Egypt Coming Near
over in major exporting areas 15
Department said stocks ol
the British ; sar-



Suez Canal Zone, and try to ‘starve out” apparel wool held in the United
rison there. Informed quarters believe that the nullifica-| States last April 1 represented
tion of the treaty would be followed by the withdrawal of |about 17 weeks of consumption

British | 2¢ the current rate — the lowest
for that time of the year since
1941.—U.P.

thousands of Egyptian workmen engeged by the
in the Suez, and by an attempt to cut off food, water, ne

other supplies to British troops

at



rate the showdown be-





At ar 2
tween E t and Brita is” Cx % . z
Russia *s A-Bom bs pect ted in the ‘ns tow Ww enn Poison Gas?

ind it is expected to be so serious

take the spotlight of

: hat it will p
Gel Bigger And the Middle East crisis away from Korean Communists charged on
Ira oil dispute. The treaty of{ Monday that “American bar-
Better

1936 provides that Britain has the] barians” are using poison g
ight to maintain troops in the] bombs in Korea during the Armi

NGTON, Aug. 20 Suez, and that the Anglo-Egyptian] tice Talks. The Soviet News

tive Melvin Price, a

Cotagressional

LONDON, Aug. 20.







Sudan shall remain a_ British Agency Tass distributed a Korear
protectorate until its people have Communist News Agency dis-
matured sufficiently to determine y



Representa
member of the

Atomic Energy Committee, said ; ; t patch quoting the charge by Kim
in a House speech < fonday|what kind of government they] Guk, President of the Pyongyang
that Russia has more atom) want Committee of the Korean Red

bombs than we expected, anda Abrogate Treaty
they are bigger and more potent
than previously believed. These
are tough facts for us to face, but
tougher still if your district is
neluded in one of our many vit kal
metropolitan critical target area

Cross Society.
—U.P.

OUT:
OFF

Aug. 20

The present belief is that Egypt
has decided to abrogate the treaty
mbers of Mustafa El Nahah
ia’s Wadfist cabinet are pre-
paring the terms of the abroga-
tien, which will consist cf a leg-



TONGUE CUT
EARS CUT
ASMARA, Eritrea,



"12



jand embassies,





such as mine is.” jel tive: a6 Three Ethiopian shift were
Price, who is from Chicago, said possible, however, that a panes tor one out the tongus
that the United States faces the al session of Parliament may ene! May - ve re a. 2
possibility “of multiple atomic}! ummoned to approve the act. he wa joey Te etait at uF
bomb drops.” Price said that There i little doubt that it will} ®® Was 4 police intérmer.—v.P,
lussia “is not as laggard e|be carried by an overwhelming See ie





Fee cepa eet ctinic tates inneeenenamaniepmetanvertaeiane

are” about civilian defense. Hej ajorit im both the Senate and

said that the Soviet Union has|the Chamber of Deputies.

Mea? civilian defe mi 3ehind Erypt’s decision is irri-

wilh ar tation at Britain's refusal to set :

_ any date for the complete evacua- PARIS, Aug. 20.

tion of its from the Suez|_ France is becoming increasingly
5 and the feeling that the/@"noyed with Anglo-American
rightfully part of Egypt = licy in the Mediterranean and

f . pres s for a larger say in Near
Hostile Elements

troops

TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART











: : ec " affairs at the Big Three
Sunrise : 5.50 a.m- There is the feeling that tton conference next
Sunset: 6.05 p.m the treaty i brogated réliable quarters said
Moon: Last Quarter 24th. . look pon B: ritis h troc ‘ An important segment
Lighting Up: a p.m the Suez t t lement | f Government, while pre-occu-
High Tide: 6.37 a.m. and hick i € ich.|pied with a1 issues that still
and 6.56 p.m, Sucl tuati . f cx ejthreate political stabilit are
Low Tide: 12-30 a.m. and , fc Mi be 1 more and more frank
2.35 p.m. Fast ' th ndemnation of alleged
| U.P I € f t



France Annoyed Over Anglo—U.S.

Kaeson;
that a

neutralit
politically
group” had

UP.
Texas, has already evacuate

weather bureau in New (¢



-its planes, United States —s

guided ‘
eans reported at midnight

ambushed



Agreement Needed

a" . * vatrol : » ~weaking
G.M.T. a very dangerous “hurricane roaring westward Russians Hold fe Pan os pea of breaking up
about 16 miles an hour.” TOKYO, August 20 A new crisis. developed

. If it continues its current course U *)> T ° Communist Peiping Radio said] U.N. military leaders were smoot
it will smash ashore near Tampico pP o , rains on Tuesday the Korean Ceasefire |ing in Tokyo. Earlier the Su
1250 miles south .of Brownsville] Agreement would be “

Texas, about 10 p.m, GMT Tues-} STUTTGART, Aug, 20 unl United Nations 1

Former Russian President Alex-| “8res to a demarcation lithe



hablar pes da ‘ommittee met briefly in

U.S. Sending
Economic Experts

| rm the HBpes of break 4
1 ae "aloe lock over the location of a bu

| New Orleans weathe





bureaujander Kerensky announced on] the 88th parallel, The ekg ideast in the event of a rmistice
W aic d planes located the centre of] Monday that five leading I £ said No progress” \s m4 e $ : f at ! t l
; NA ay i fg Russiar But hope of an armistice
lo Latin- Americ @ |the hurricane 130 miles west of} refugee groups have agreed on ne ared. re emot Peking R
P ia |Merida at mid-night Hurricane} a joint propaganda war aeain days, including meetings held by e UN. of fen
(By HARRY W. FRANTZ) jwinds extended 50 miles north off Communism and Stalin regime he Ceasefire Sub-Committec nuit lat i wa
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 |the centre and gales 250 miles to} Kerensky announced the forma uP that ie Red 1 }

High official sources said tht)the north The weather
United States is taking all possi-|said, “this is a very
ble steps to reduce the inflation-|hurricane and extreme caution is|cret conference of refugee lead “ ”
ary impact of this nation’s exports | advised Small craft on lowe ler The ADVOCATE
control system on Latin America.) Texas coast should remain in port pays for NEWS
Some difficulties in the situation] “The hurricane death toll al-

j é 1 i
; ; ‘nces in political aims ¢ ad . tir rris in I vit
now developing are the failure 0! |;eady the highest in 13 years might | ©? in. D mea te ine os Dial 3113 les fatan Wielival 1. of ts ss

bureau} tion of a new
dangerous at the

anti-Soviet centr
close of the four-day s«



made on the issue in sp last fe 9 fee
|
|
|
|

' Delegates hammered out diffe

other member of the deleaatior

dias rship and
European industrial countries ©|}mount still furthe when the |:
oe - : 5 “agreed for a commor figh i
expand exports to Latin Americ» |storm-lashed remote interior see- | apaines Communist distatorani » it Day mP Night
aggressively during the Mexico's} ou homeland.” — E ;

for conference vith General

Ridgwa UP





period tion of Jamaica and

‘ | ne Matthew B
and the fact thal| Yucatan province are



U.S. shortages, heard from. |





with price controls here Latin} At least 114 were killed in| The new organisation will s« ew ene Seen arate ne
America can still buy many essen-| Jamaica where the damage to-|up a counter propaganda cent Ar
tial goods more cheaply in celia more than £20,000,000, | including a powerful radio a



reported one dead and{tion and will use all modern
damare,.”’—U.P imeans of fighting Communism ir

—_-—+- their homeland. The group said i
| Would receive funds from WW
American Committee. for the til
eration of the Peoples of Russia S i * ms 1
u its “dat te nl y
oie ha headquarter + VISCOUN Tr NWELSON



To acquaint Latin Americar
countries fully with the good wi
of the U.S. in meeting Inte
American supply requiremen
the Department of Commerce will}

’ . rs
Suez Dispute For |
send experts to southern repu Sas og. Gt °
lics to convey complete inform: ecurity Council j
tion regarding the exports control} ‘ UF ts
system and strengthen liaison ar-| CAIRO, August 20. | | C reator of naval tradition
rangements between Governments| . 4 newspaper quoted Egyptian | on I ce i [I
| delegates to the United Nations | > maker of history
Soh Yolk Muvigihetasy | — Wide Powers
the Commerce Department re- deeided to raise |
cently visited the South America! ithe / Anglo-Egy pon dispute in the | | ranted To Me nzies
Louis | Security Council. |

republic on such a mission.
Fernandez, Nortb | It aid th

and other markets | Yue atan
ncermous
|

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representin
tian Gove r



ment

chief of the move would be made |





MELBOURNI Australia



Labour opposition

Broadly, the Act enables Go
ernment to prepare Australia f
jwar | the end of 19853.—-(CP)

Coast Section of the Office of] in ptember or October before ‘ 29
International Trade and Maleolm| the Egyptian Parliament recor Parliament ha given I viny
Slaght, Director of Foreign Divis-|venes from summer recess mid-| winicter Robert Menzies wid
ion National Production Authority,’ November which is the deadline | ot cectime power thane v«
are at present in Bogota of Egypt's threatened abrogation | ! tia ed or t eee i ry A ustr ii

. ew an o2R par | blessed o ) ‘ned a Vustri

They will attend the 7 Inter BS he 1936 treaty é - | Government
American economic meeting at . It added should Council reject Meniids. Whose Liberal count
Panama which opens today and) Egypt's demand the Cairo Gov-| ition. has a m ajority in th
proceed August 30 to Caracas.jernment would abrogate’ the|ioic. of Representatives a
Their visit to Caracas will respona{ treaty as a last resort soethae dS senate, pu hed the Defence Pre
to invitations frdjfn the Venezi 1e+| en ee eee :

< | | arations Act through aga

an Ministry of Public Works ar «| |

: K.G. Labourers
—UP | Lead Strike In U.S

‘
GEORGETOWN, B.G |

|

|

the Foreign Department to
change views on the
scarce materials

a





|
YUGOSLAVIA DENIES | Aug. 18.

ATTEMPT TO KILL TITO | Commissioner of Labour, Williar| Lie Optimistic Too
Bissell has confirmed that offici

BEUGRADE, Aug. 20 word has been received from the NEW YORK, August 19
Yugoslav denied officially on}Central Labour Organization in} Trygve Lie, the United Nat
Monday Italian press reports that}the United States that three Brit-] Secretary General believe
an attempt had been made to;ish Guianese withir 14 ceasefire negotiations
Marshal Tito Anjtheir arrival of U.S. on the farm | Korea will end in an armistic¢
official of the Yugoslav New labou programme were being) “I am optimistic today a
Agency said that the reports pub-; returned to their horneland | was five weeks ago when I left
lished last week are “ill inten- It is understood they were ir -| Lie said, as he returned to hi
tioned fabrications deprived of|volved in a strike and took ajpost from a vacation in Norwa
all foundation.”~-U.P |ieading part.—(CP) Switzerland, and Paris. U.P



days of| the
assassinate



e mo,
aa
members of the coalition of the The influential afternoon news- |spicuous by its absence fron te Cae
West. nape Le Monde” reflected this|national plans for defence of t aD
Other quarters feel that the growi concern Monday in its'area.” It added that France’s t
¥ ors “4

Policy














United States and Britain have jeadi: editorial which it was Western partne continue

“overlooked’ ance in the entire '1l°a ned was an accurate promote their ‘ idea Ce Ld

cuestion of defence in the Medite of view held by Prer Mediterranear organizat o AE €d

erranean area, One of the reasons ven's Cabinet more concrete] de

behind the delay in the transfer Under the headline ncertair the Middle East whict I

of General Alphonso Juin, Resi-|cies over the Medi the to the whole question.’

dent General of Morocco to his moderate Conserv pe 1 The paper >

post a North Atlantic Treaty | « ed the Ur te and Bri there might be a wish to neut pain

Commander of land {tdérce in | ain f forgetting France in ize French presence n the Me C

rs Europe i ispicior W their Medit néan military plar iterranear by | remind € mm! “rs : ne eevee cree TY
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PAGE TWO



Canib Calling

IS Excellency the Governor

will present the Insignia of an
Officer of the Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire to
Mr. John Goddard on Thursday
afternoon, August 23rd, at Ken-
sington Oval, at the conclusion
of the first day’s play of the

Trial Game for the forthcoming
tour to British Guiana.

For R.E.C. Meeting

IS Henow t. J. O. Wayne,

Adminis r of Antigua ac-
companied by Mr. E. Scott John-
son arrived from Antigua by
B.W.LA. on Sunday to attend the
second meeting of the Regional
Economic Committee which opens
at Hastings House to-morrow

Hon. M. H. Davis ang Mr. G, H.
Warner the St. Kitts delegate
arrived by the some ’plane.

Mr. Alistair Macleod Smith,

Adviser for the Windward Islands
at this meeting came in on Sun-
day from Grenada accompanied
by Mrs. Macleod Smith. They are
staying at the Marine Hotel,

Hon. W. J. Raatgever, the Brit-
ish Guiana delegate arrived vin
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1.A.
Mrs. Raatgever accompanied
him. rg

After 28 Years

R. AND MRS. John

arrived from the
Sunday via Puerto
B.W.1.A. to spend a month’s holi-
day in Barbados. This is Mr.
Harris’ first visit to Barbados in
twenty-eight years. He is a
brother of Frank and Arnott
Harris.

Harris
U.S. on
Rico by

Accompanying them were their
two children, Arlene and Jackie.
They are staying with Mr. Frank
Harris of Haggatts, St. Andre
and later on they will spend some
time at Bathsheba.

Mr. Harris, who works with a
sheet metal company in Long
Island, told Carib that they ex-
pect to have a good time, judging
from the reception they re-
reived at Seawell.

Elemental Ernest

RNEST HEMINGWAY,
a time of reflection and
solitude, has produced a new
novel, “Wind, Sand, Sun, and the
Sea”,

It deals with the lives of four
people and their reaction to the
elements.

after



THE



w, H. Bayley,



“Hmm -—Going abroad

for ‘a bit of peace’ are
me, . pe
Cocktail Party

R. AND MRS. John Bladon

gave a cocktail party at tneir
home on Friday night. It was
their thirteenth wedding anniver-
sary and = second anniversary
of their arrival in Barbados.
Guests of honour were Lord and
Lady Dangan. Among those pres-
ent were Col. and Mrs. R. T.
Michelin, Col. and Mrs. ‘Dick’
Vidmer, Comdr. and Mrs. Dol-
phin, Mr. and Mrs. Outcalt, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Potter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. H. As-
cough, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dowding, Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Nyren, Mr. and Mrs. C,
Chrigtie, Dr. O. James, Dr. Tony
Gale, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gale, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Parker, Dr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ban-
croft, Mr. and

Mrs. P. Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Carter, Comdr. and Mrs
N. Daysh, Dr. and Mrs. J. P
O’Mahony, Maj. M. L. Skewes-
Cox, Dr. and Mrs. Lloydstill, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas, Mrs,
Betty Strong, Mrs. P. Chaytor,
Mr. and MrseG. Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. A, Skinner, Mr. and Mrs,
S. Jones, Miss L. Mestier, Mr. M
Griffiths.

Summer Holidays

EAVING for Antigua by
B.W.1.A. on Sunday morning
was Miss S. Kelly of Culleden

Road, who has gone there to spena
her summer holidays.

ADVENTURES



OF

Royal Edition

HE Duke of Windsor is to
autograph 250 copies of his
memoirs, for sale at £31 10s.
each.
This limited edition will be

printed on hand-made paper and
bound in leather with the Duke’s

coat of arms blecked in gold on
the front.

Thé eaition is almost fully sub-
scribed, but printing has not yet
begun. The weed for hand-
binding will cause further delay,
so that the books will not be
ready for publication on Septem-
her 27, when the 100,000 copies
of the ordinary 25s. edition go
on sale.

Passed Degree

ISS CLAIRE _ KIRTON,

daughter of Mrs. Ione Kirton
of Belmont Road, has passed her
Inter-Bachelor of Music’s degree
Miss Kirton hag been in England
for three years now.

Off To U.S.

RS. J. M. MEADE and Mrs.
Noel Inniss flew to Puerto
Rico on Sunday by B.W.1LA. on
their way to the US. on a visit.

On The Air

OSEMARY GRIMBLE,

daughter of a Colonial Ser-

vice Officer, will talk about her

upbringing on the Pacific coral

island where she was born in a

Tea-Time Talk on August 23.—
PBC publicity handout.

Footnote: Rosemary’s father
Sir Arthur Grimble was Admin-
\strator and Colonial Secretary,
St. Vincent from 1933 to 1936
and Governor of the Windward
Islands from 1942 to 1948, She
has many friends in Barbados.

Final Week

rVUIS is the final week of the

Victorian Exhibition at the
Barbados Museum and the ex-
hibition ends on Sunday, August
26th. i a[®

Incidental Intelligence

VERY Valentine’s Day I get
down on my knees and pro-
pqse to Ida all over again, Only
when I get down now I don’t say,

“J love you” any more. I just
say, “Help me up. — Eddie
Centor.

—LE.S.



PIPA



Copyright - P 102 - Vaz Dias Int Amsterdam



BY THE WAY eceee By Beachcomber

T is the dreary duty of those
who create an atmosphere in

which the very air people
breathe is impregnated with
propaganda, to suspect ewvery-
thing.

Soviet officials in Berlin were

looking forward to unveiling a
new statue of Stalin, But a pre-
liminary examination of the sta-
tue revealed a loathesome crease
in Stalin’s trousers, Denouncing
this Fascist plot to make their
leader look like a bourgeois citi-
zen, the officials refused to at-
tend the ceremony, The sculp-
tor may belong to a deviation-
ist party which wants to em-
phasise the decency and re-
spectability ‘of the leader, and
to capture him for a_ bourgeois
revolution. Or he may simply be
a man with a sense of humour—
which is almost as appalling. It
is believed that influential friends
dissuaded this sculptor from giv-
ing the statue a bowler hat.

The Narkover System

R. SMART-ALLICK pointed

out yesterday tihat the methods
of cheating in use ct West Point
are old-fashioned and outmoded.
At Narkover any boy who can
put up the money can find a
master who will sell him the ex-
amination papers in advance, as
soon as they have been printed.
This avoids the clumsy system
of looking over a boy’s shoulder
or using a crib. Both these meth-
ods are unreliable compared with
a knowledge of what questions
are going to be asked. Asked

whether this did not load the
dice against the poorer
boys, the Headmaster re-
plied: “At school the dice are

always loaded against those with-
out money. But a poor boy with
spirit can always borrow, giving
clothes or some such article as
security.”

Marginal Note

E suggestion that if domes-
tic gas were given a horrible

smell there would be fewer sui-
cides cannot be said to go to the
root of the matter. Those who
are mastered by despair can
hardly be expected to say: “I
would kill myself today—if it
wasn’t for the foul smell of the
gas.”

Down, Fido!

HE sailor who was bitten by
a hippopotamus the other day
can congratulate himself that the
beast wasn’t trying very hard—
unless it was of the West African
pigmy type, which can be push-

ed over by a boy of nine. The
ordinary hippopotamus has a
Bourbon underlip and an enor-

mous mouth-span; moreover, to
hit it with your fist is like hitting
a castle wall, so thick and tough
is its unecared-for skin. It has
girlish ears, which move when it
eats. The poet has sung of it:

I think the Hippopotamus

Is really almost one of us

The very way he eats his grub

Reminds me of the Savage
Club.

At the Ballet

LIKE the reply of the bal-

lerina Bolemova, when a
crawling aesthete told her that
her performance was simply
breath-taking, She said, “Well, it
takes my breath, anyway.”

Nothing to dowith Me

IKE fire in stubble, like a
~ whisper in the bazaars of the
inserutable Orient, like a tomtom
message in the steaming jungles
of the darkest heart of Africa,
like a typhoon in the shark-in-
fested Timor Sea, a rumour that
the plating had begun to peel
from 132,000,000 dozen oyster
forks, spread across the United
States from Key West to Cape
Flattery, from San Diego to the

Maine frontier. The question then
arose: What can be done with
useless oyster forks? Let me not
prejudice the issue by taking
sides. \Vha2

London Express Service



CROSSWORD



Across.
a Were wl some extent, Ww)
Ban 1 seem’ to repay wrth
fie decoration Ron meant,
Nearly all the cider ts upset.
Action hour. (4)
Fewer artists nave it. (3)
In chopped suet. a taw. (3)

Nursery thanks to a backward
age. (4) 17. Border on. (4)
in all pale lemons, ( ,

Direct to one side of the ledger.
(6) . Cede, (5)
Untrammeiled, (4)

Down
Provides a merr’
fhe wee mate I ruin. (9)
Waste away. (8)
ls she the ultimate result ? (3)
Send to Coventry. (9)
Bargain for mutual agreement.
(®) %. A team on ration, (4)

(y)
(8)
(4)

Bistom mee

oe

ce

dado, (9)

oun

10. String and holes, (3)

ll. Sort of meeting for M.O, and
sailor, (4)

i2 A passionate ardour. (4)

i6. Make the wager, (3)

18 This led to become putrid, (3)
Solution of yesterday's puzzle,—Acroas.

\. Devastate; 10, Identical; 12.
12 Gupe: 15! Crucial: 15.

Bue:





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(Bs : 26,” Front?
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Why The BIG STARS Stay On Top

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE

4

Yo wonder why some stars About A Chair —Dirk’s Lobster
. ao on top? I know. This N — other hand I was a —— actor with animal! By EILEEN ASCROFT
: : ; bundle of nerves on the first trouble... or is it rep- A summary of New York fash-
“an ee DIETRICH: I have day's shooting of Encore, the tile? is Dirk Bogarde, now on | jens is abanniey to complete the
met anyone who at one jatest of the Maugham series location in Scotland in a film call-|gutumn picture, 1951, At one
aera ean be so glamorously It was an emotional scene, ed The Hunted. \time smart Americans bought
eminine and the next moment and in the middle the director, He has to wander round in their clothes in Paris. But the last



\®
'

completely practical about

Harold French, said; “You'ye every set with a live lobster. | war changed this habit. American
knowledge of camera lighting, jost this.” “I have become very attached | ciesigners built up big reputations.
scripts, cooking, * I said sadly: “Yes, I know I to her,’ he told me in a letter a) ‘o-day elegant c»smopolitans,
A truly remarkable woman. have. I can't play it at all.” couple of days ago. “We call her | like the Duchess of Windsor, buy

‘ _ “Not that, you fool,” he snorted. Ivy and she waggles her tail. almost as many clothes in New
s DA apyness It’s quite ol. “I mean your chair. ” “I am looking for a nice deep| Yor as they doin Paris.

wits oP

enough to use. Through

ne one such inward concentration
disturbance

that no physical
affects his thought.

MICHAEL WILDING: He pos-
sesses stillness too. But it is not
used to concentrate inwardly. He
is watching,
listening, and noticing others. He
has an open mind and instinctive-

is still because he

ly applies what he has noticed.

SPENCER TRACY:
an actor who works out

time you
shake a, with him that
nothing is going to stop him en-
tertaining you, himself, and any-
beg — ae as long as possi-

ART: He has the
only the great are

Not only
every
line, breath, and pause in what-
ever part he’s playing but a men

Top French designers like Dior
are finding it worth while to
design an American collection and
send it across the Atlantic

Leading London conturiers are

That was even worse. For
what he referred to was the col-
lapsible chair I was given when
I was in Hollywood. It is an
attractive chair. Every time I

pool in the rocks, so
eventually go her own way. She
has been my co-star so long that
I think she deserves a break.”

Lucky For Her

make a film the director takes it. ALERIE HOBSON is going to|#/8o. pursuing the American
The last time it was Ralph play the Countess te cy market and last season Hardy
Thomas, when we were doing version of Arnold Bennett’s The Amies produced a special collec-

it tion of beautiful British tweeds

Card. and English tailoring to show in
arn - a film since |New York.

baa bab; ae : Many English wholesale manu-

Lucky for her it is set in the) ya cturers now pay regular annual

Appointment With Venus.
I think they tell each other
about it.

David's Cow and—

That film Appointment With same time period as her success, | /*° 7 :
Venus _was a good one to Kind Hearts and Coronets— ne ba mee SORE ie en on
make. It is clever, based on 4 che js longing to wear wasp waists aris. ey say that Englis
true wartime story, which involves women like the crisp lines and

again. | simplicity of American styles.

Here trom my New York fash-
ion scouts is a summary of New
York autumn fashion:

The. American line is full-
skirted , with small, bélted waist,
high necklines and important
sleeve interest. Skirt length re-

a cow “Venus” in a leading role.
David Niven and I were very
fond of “Venus,” though in the
end we were weary of cattle!
* a a

Said Tony...
VERHEARD in the office of
produeer Tony Darnborough,
who happens to be my fiance.
Someone at the other end of
the phone asked if I could stand
at the tap of a 70-foot ladder to |

But it must have whetted

David's appetite.

who demands ‘ sincere affection When he was in Paris, the other 7 oy ss, | mains the same. Strapless dresses
because of his tremendous day. he bought ten pounds of "Qi i nony: “Will they insure|are nct so popular, but there are
w. Olio Menke. sae eet ie ie ik | Peo y lots of halter straps and one-
£01 ‘ough S- Rte th san vial shoulder effects. Many dance
1 ANNA NEAGLE: The most} toms easily, apart from a few This is Show Business dresses are _ still short with
iked woman in the industry has} eracks about the blood-stain- Success Secret swirling, stiffened or pleated
devoted her life to being an ed paper. Y. final thought is on the skirts .
he the project is, she will set pare a dinner for some important I think that our dislike of fringes, tassels and intricate braid
ere eyes on it, and, with her hus- friends. The wine was right, pandering to cheap sentimentality | embroidery. Colours are strong

band Herbert Wilcox to give he:
confidence, I feel will never take

her eyes off the gnal.

_ KATHERINE HEPBURN; Sh«
is one of the few real individu-
alists. She is in no way phoney. '!*

has kept the British film industry
moving along.

When the day comes when we
can combine heart and _ true
romance with intellect, then we'll
combat this depression, —¥..E.S.

and jewel-like and there is plenty
of jet-trimming.

Large loose coats with a for-
ward swing from the shoulders,
lie flat at the side seams. Patent

the sauce was right, and the steak
looked grand.

“But,” David told me after-
wards, “when they bit the steak
there were loud choking noises.
was horse—it was tough.”









Bewuae of per great shyness, to {Opening Frid. 24th | Soe aes |
: : Th ” . ard, p.m

e in the public eye at all she has ne eee PL Ad aw» B'TOWN 1) 4 icc, Breed” &

to be pare. DIAL 2310]] «Arizona Cyclone”
ART GRANGER: Both Wm. Bendix y scien

physically and mentally, he’s
big person.

!

Well |
‘T? us in the film ‘world the | Roland
mame of Pauline Stroud has

become important.

It means hope and opportunity
and a lot of good things most of
us feared were dead in a finan-

cially embarras#ed industry.
” * *

Pauline Stroud is 19 and she
thousand
pretty girls to play the part of
a beauty queen in the film satire

was picked out of a

Lady Godiva Rides Again,

She has done so well she
a five

his just been given
years’ contract.

Proving that there is still room
at the top and that there is still

a ladder to get there.
You probably haven't

think that’s a good thing.

Teo often a newcomer to
the films has been bally-
hooed. Too often there has,

been a big letdown.

heard
much of Pauline Stroud yet,



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on August 7,

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city which

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and happy and she loses all her
nerves when she enters a studio.

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‘ ‘ oly “ PINKY
Make Love‘ Lotion: RAY MILLAND - HEDY LAMARR

(From Our Own Correspondent) and
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 18.

The Customs authorities ar:
holding a package of “make love” *, THE CLOCK ue

fetion from the Orient. They

and consequently are sending

sample to the Government chem-
If the chemist
Says that it is q lotion and no
a harmful potion, then Trinidad-
ians would be able to make love
not,
the

ist for analysis.

in the Oriental way. If

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TUESDAY,

AUGUST 21, 1951



And now Dior looks
to the dollars

leather belts appear right through

the day.
the wide,

belt aie is
fabrie belt

Ancther
crushed

pinched into a smali buckle.

Hats are small and off-the-face.
Veils feature three new ideas—

“blinker” veins inspired by horses

eye shields;

“dress circles” that

fall shoulder-deep from tiny caps,

and
glittering mesh, with

“Ace-in-the-hole” veins of

a hole at

the mouth.

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wool dress with dove grey belt

and Cossack cap.
. JEWELLERY
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FASHIONS.—

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gold ankle chains and wears one
as thin as a thread bencath her

nylons.
beauty
white
jewel claws.
QUITE CRAZY

Novelties include diamond
spots on eye veils and
fox furs with glittering

..Jean Des-

ses’s Harpo Marx wigs of black
coq feathers thick woollen dresses
slit to the waist front and back,

and jacket linings and epaulettes
cf white swan feathers.
Balmain laces his dresses up the
back

Pierrd

like old-fashioned corsets

and mannequins wear taxi-hailing

whistles with town suits.
DOG DAYS
smart
French actress,

Poodles are
in Paris. Blonde
Martine Caroll,

dogs

takes her black poedle to the dress

shows.
jewelled collar-lead sets at £5
time with a pluck and per-
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Gabby HAYES

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Robert ARMSTRONG

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Vera RALSTON

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Roy ROGERS

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,

Bissell Offers
To Speak For B.C.
Sugar Workers

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Aug. 18

With sugar estate workers so
divided by the rivalry subsisting
between the two strongest of
several Trade Unions catering fon
the many categories of workers
@ngaged in the industry, Labour
Commissioner William Bissell spe-
cifically offered himself an an in-
termediary on behalf of workers
in the hope of ending strikes of a
wildcat nature, which during this
week halted sugar production on
four Berbice sugar estates, and in
the hope of permitting a confer-
ence to begin to iron out any
grievance that may exist.

With sugar production steadily
lagging behind targets, the high
cost of living and with wages
falling much behind, there is a4
bad labour. situation in the in-
dustry in British Guiana, which
is of grave general contern. In-
deed, the law, said to bé inter-
nationally recognised, that any
group of twelve people in an
industry can form a union, seems
to have led to apparently useless
multiplicity, not only in respect of
Sugar, but other occupations

well.
Back to Work

With Bissell’s offer expectations
are that there will be a full re-
sumption by estate workers by the
beginning of next week.

A back to work march seemed
definitely to have begun on Fri-
day since factories at Port Mour-
ant and Albion on Corentyne and
Rose Hall Canje were all able to
work, though only with “scratch”
crews.

Blairmont on West Bank, Ber-
bice, was an exception. 120 weed-
ers and shovel men at Versailles
on West Bank Demerara has also
resumed under the same condi-
tions and for the same pay.—(CP)

as



B.G. On Look-out
For Missing
U.S. Pilot

GEORGETOWN, B.G. Aug. 18

A countrywide lookout for a
missing United States Air Force
pilot was on in British Guiana
last night after Radio ZFY at the
instance of police had requested
public help in the search. The
announcement said the pilot Lloyd
Albert was reported missing and
presumed dead in June 1940 after
leaving Atkinson Field on a flight
to the interior,

His relatives in the U.S. have
recently heard he was seen alive
in British Guiana in November
or December 1942, and they feel
he may be wandering about in
one of the country districts—a
victim, of amnesia.

A picture of Lloyd Albert can

be seen in any police station in
the colony or at any District
Commissioner's office.—(Cp)

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ANTIGUA MAGISTRATE

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, Aug 16

Mr. A. F. G. Louisy, Registrar,
St. Lucia, now acting Crown
Attorney and Magistrate of Mont-
serrat, has been appointed Magis-
trate, in Antigua, in succession to
Mr. J. H. V, Redhead. It. is
probable that Mr. Louisy will
assume duty in Antigua towards
the end of September or the
beginning of October.



T’DAD ANAESTHETIST
DIES

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 16.

Dr. Ernest Mc Lean, anaesthe-
tist at the Colonial Hospital Port-
of-Spain died at his residence,
Henderson Road, Maraval on
Tuesday morning.

Dr. McLean had returned about
a month ago, from the United
States of America where he had
spent six months obtaining medi-
cal treatment. He underwent a
major operation at Cornell Hospi-
tal in New York.

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1951



Antigua

Fro: Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua.
The Secretary of State has ap-
proved of a grant of £8,440
being made availablé to this
Colony from the Central Geologi-

cal Survey allocation of Colonial
Development and Welfare funds.
The purpose of the gyant is to
enable a geologist to be engaged
for a period of three years to
carry out a systematic geological
survey of the islands of this
Colony. In Antigua, the geologist
will pay particular attention to
the collection and collation of all
available information about water
supplies, the analysis of water
obtainable from existing wells,
their capacity and yield and the
nature of water bearing and adja-
cent rock formations, He will
co-operate with the Federal En-
gineer in locating sites for well-
drilling suggested by considera-
tion of the data derived from his

investigations. In addition, he will
make a detailed survey of the

known barytes areas of Antigua
and will examine the possibility
of sulphur supplies being avail-
able in commercial quantities,

Arrangements have been made
for the secondment of a Geologist,
Mr. P. H, A. Martin-Kaye, from
British Guiana to undertake this
work and he is expected to arrive
in the Colony at the beginning of
September,



Polish Firm Will
Bring Néw Fishing
System To T’dad

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 16.

According to a recent press
report, the Polish fishing firm,
Oxyvia Fishing Company ol
Grimsby, will introduce a new
system in the fishing industry in
Trinidad, .. ;.. One of the traw-
lers of the company is due soon,
.... This firm madé enquiries
last year through the Secretary
of State for the Colonies about
the possibility of sending one of
its ships to these parts

The period over which the
trawler will remain in Trinidad
waters will depend upon the results
of its operations .. A survey made
in 1942 revealed that the concen-
tration of fish in these waters
was better than elsewhere in the
Caribbean, but not sce great as
in northern latitudes.



Vrench Count May
Work In Brazil

CANADA, Aug. 20

Count Jacques De Bernonville,
the convicted French collaborator
who slipped out of Montreal on
Friday in the midst of deportation
proceedings, may accept a job in
3razil, and not return to Canada.
His lawyer, Jacques Perrault, said
that there is a “fairly interesting
possibility’ that De Bernonville
will aceept the offer of a position
with a Brazilian firm, which he
received before leaving here.

The French nobleman who was
sentenced to death in absentia by
the French Government. for. aid-
ing the Nazis during World War IT
boarded a KLM Royal Dutch Air-
lines plane on Friday with a ohe-
way ticket to Rio.—U.P.



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| satisfying. Just sniff that inviting aroma...
[sip thot heavenly coffee flevor. You il
ask for Chase & Sanborn always

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Trinidad Urges Local
Production Of Foods

To Reduce Cost Of Living

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 18.
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT on the present cost of

living problem in Trinidad

issued on the authority of the

Governor-in-Executive Council reiterates that to meet the
rising cos: of living, Government is doing everything to
incréasé the local production of vegetables, meat, fish and
everything else which Trinidad and Tobago can grow for

themselves.

U.S.A. Helps With
Housing Problems

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, Aug, 16.

In connection with the Antigua
housing reconstruction programme
a Point IV_ project Agreement
has been entered into between
the Government of Antigua and
the Technical Co-operation Ad-
ministration of the Government
of the United States of America.
The Agreement provides for a co-
operative project to be under-
taken by the two parties in the
field of housing in Antigua.

The Technical Co-operation
Administration will arrange with
the Government of Puerto Rico
to assign to Antigua a technician
who will render advisory ser-
vices to the Government of
Antigua in respect of housing.
The Administration will pay the
salaty and allowances of such
technician and the cost of trans-
portation of the technician and
his household and personal effects
between Puerto Rico and the
Leeward Islands. The obliga-
tions assumed by the Technical
Co-operation Administration in
this respect are limited to $4,700.

The United States Government
will also arrange with the Gov-
ernment of Puerto Rico for the
latter to make available in
Puerto Rico to personnel from
Antigua training facilities. and
opportunities for observation of
housing practices 4 Puerto Rico.

On its part, the Administration
of Antigua undertakes to make
available at its. expense office
aceommodation, clerical staff, the
cost of communications and
transport.

The Agreement will remain in
force for a period of two years
from the 30th June, 1951.

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On the question of increased
subsidies, the statement pointed
out that such a policy would be
doubly wrong. Money spent on
subsidies is money lost to the
country. It would be only send-
ing more of the people’s money
out of the country,

Government's Purpose

It is Government's purpose to
help local producers to become
effective competitors with foreign
producers. Government has about
$50,000,000 of the people’s money
to spend each year, It has no
other money to spend, except its
own necessary capital reserve
and any money it can borrow or
obtain for capital works in the
form of gifts or loans. At pres~
ent nearly $4,000,000 of this are
spent on subsidies. These $4,000,
000 are thereby lost to the coun-
try. The money is paid to those
concerned with flour, saltfish,
rice, condensed milk, and other
food stuffs.

The statement pointed out also
that there will be much worse
distress, and poverty, and unem-
ployment than at present as “we
would not then succeed in con-
tinuing to establish new industries
and encouraging existing indus-
tries to improve and expand.

Indirect Taxation

Government is considering if
it would be possible ‘to increase
revenue by indirect taxation, but
points out that it is only very
rarely that increases in indirect
taxation are not passed on to the
consumer. Such a means of
raising money to reduce the cost
of living may be the very cause
of increasing it

Government aiso considers that
wherever possible wages should
be increased to help the people
to meet the unavoidable extra
expenses and urges employers
whose wages and salary scales
are not already linked to the
cost of living index, to consider
the possibility of increases in
salary and wages, and of the
payments of bonuses to meet the
increases in the cost of living.

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 20
Democrat Senator J. William
Fulbright said the blistering re-
port by eight Republicans of the
Senate MacArthur Investigating
Committee was “99 percent poli-
tical”.
Eight of the 12 Republican
members condemned Presiden
Truman’s discharge of General
MacArthur, hit at the Administra-
tion’s Far Eastern policies a
“eatastrophic” and demanded the
“liberation and unification” of
Korea as the price for peace.
Fulbright hit at harsh word
in the report. He said “mountin
criticism” of the administration in
such severe terms indicated Re
publican “desperation in regard t
the next Presidential election”.
But Fulbright admitted h»
thought Truman’s abrupt method
of firing MacArthur was “inexcus-
able” and “very bad judgment”
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Illegal Aliens Are
Threat To U.S.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.

The Democrat Senator, Pat Me-
Carron, said that there may bé
from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 alien
Communists and other illegal
aliens in this country, who
threaten the nation’s safety. He
Said that this “alien invasion is
potentially more dangerous than
that of an armed force.” The
Republican Senator Herb O’Con-+
nor also charged that Cuba was
one of the several “assembly
points” for aliens and “a hot bed
for Communism.”

McCarren is Chairman of th
Senate Internal Security Com
mittee, which is conducting an in=
vestigation of subversive alien,
He made his statement in releas-
ing the report of a committec
“task force’, which recently hel:
hearings on the illegal alie.
problem.

Senator O’Connor, Chairman of
the “task force” said in a separate
statement that Windsor, Ontario
in Canada—across the border from
Detroit to Michigan — and Cuba
are the “assembly points” fox
aliens seeking illegal entry into his
country.—U.P.

ADMINISTRATORS’
CONFERENCE.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, Aug. 16.

A conference of Administrators
and Commissioners, together with
the Colonial Secretary, wil] be
held in St. Kitts from the 1st to
the 6th September, during which
time Hig Excellency will he
resident in that Presidency

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the earth with the world’s first
international TV network.

Négotiations are under
with Canada and Mexico,
may open sdon with Cuba and
Panama, The negotiator is the}
privately owned Nationa] Broad-
casting Corporation.

Programmes to and from
southérn link of this first inter-
national TV chain would be in
English and Spanish.

The N.B.C. is part of the Radio|
Corporation of America which}
makes TV sets.

First i would sell the sets. Then |
it would sell programmes And
advertisers would pay to adver
tise on the programmes

N.B.C.'s time-table : Spanish
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Asia later .

How ean they finance it? The |
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sets. Today they have 12,000,000
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Sarah Moves Over
MISS SARAH CHURCHILL iv
forbidden to play again on an
American stage for six months by
the actors’ union, Equity. The}
rule is to prevent a foreign player
taking a job from an American
So Sarah is expected next)
month to appear in an American}
play, “The Philadelphia Story”
in tne Niagara Falls Playhouse a
few feet across the Canadian |
border, Her American admirers}
can go to see her |
Mr. Early Is Il
SADNESS in the White House
tonight and among reporters, too
Mr. Stephen Early is critically ill
He served for years as Pres
secretury to Presidents Roosevelt
and Truman, and attended the
wartime Churchill - Roosevelt
Stalin meetings.

Back To Loincloths
LAMENTATION at the fire
sides of the Iroquois Red Indians
Under their 1794 treaty with the
U.S. Government they are to get
£1,600 worth of cloth each year

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because each year cloth prices
go up. What was an immense!

yardage in 1794 hardly
clothe the tribe in 1951.

Oh, Mr. Shinwell

begins to

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the Atlantic Treaty nations, a
highly important matter if the
treaty is ever to work.

“Shinny stayed but briefly,

the news-



turning down invitations to re-
main longer beeause he said he
had to scurry heme to be judge
at a beauty contest.

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J AMAIC A or three notes? A musical phenomenon has






































| HOLIDAY-BOUND Mr. Philiy The sre is Mr. John (“Clear the Till Prov’dunce
| h ) € pinted how to|.. : ; ‘ o : nt -
THE sympathy of the peoples of the Noel-Baker, 61-year-old Minister way”) Lewis, who accuses the jump.’ | Just hit this town that is one a, race o A > NERY
: - ° f ; | of Fuel and Power, He left for police of obstructing him, Barbara’s Battles that pleasant, commonplace, little discovery. 4 DVOCATE STATIO
Caribbean will go out to their neighbours | Norway. And there is Mr. Arthur (Get- : f a . ‘
r a j i + Ae The Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orches- |
in Jamaica who are still smarting under | His departure will bring respite in-the-way) Lewis, who himself Mrs. Barbara Castle, who ha: |
On apt 1 ; j; from the week-end wailings in did the obstructing during the ede up her mind, may prove to|tra has arrived with its pongs, its ping-pongs |
the ravages of @ hurricane which struck | which he warns of woe, Mr. Attlee Savoy Hotel strike, when he re- be more of an embarrassment to db D Trinidad, making music
that island on Pfiday night. Over a hun- | *0uld find the silence a relief. posed his bulky form across the the Socialists than Mr, Lewis, who| 22d booms. Down in Trinidad, making music |
ed liver Kaus bean} “ hae \ | es aol -Ranee . threats of ey. ! es t. ‘ out of beating the lids of cut-down oil drums | 4
are ves fe been lost ana Gamage has | a winter fuel crisis pile up elec- The Lewises are not related but or at least he sits securely in a BPR e _ 4 x a V ie
been estimated at 20 million pounds ! toral ammu ition for the Tories. both are in the ne ws West Ham North. Whereas calam-| °° of the lids of garbage cans has been devel-| SUST RECEI E
, | Already on their stack is an old First the privilege case of Mr, ity confronts Mrs, Castle in Black-| joped into an intricate and wonderful art.
Hurricanes and storms are natural mis- | stint by Mr. James Griffiths, the John Lewis, the sieek M.P., for burn East. Pr b rith f
fortunes which befall mankind in various | Colonial Secretary, ‘ Bolton West, Like too many recent Her majority is less than 5,000. | rom a erude eginning, with one note or |
ts of ¢} lobe fielinw 4a nbbhind Nehirk | : was —_ aa miners’ trifles it cert Parliament's time ang _ Liberals who polled ‘each instrument, the steel band has developed | FRESH STOCKS OF
parts 0 1e globe. pre is g whic | leader who broadcast to the from the task of government, neaily 3,000 have not decided tu
ae eat : wen | electors in Jufic 1945 I have investigated how much contest, = until this week London listened—and the ex-
mankind can do to prevent them even | ot ae 5 fecha tees Xo: Mace ra Gaus sedees ciel ' ontela eifiiat Maisie it guint rill
= i cnow ¢ coal industry. ne, stle’s politica 01 unes/clusive clien ele of a leading ni wi
although every scientific device has been Labour’s policy for coal is not June and July produced four are at stake elsewhere, too, If! ere -
used for their early detection in order to applied without delay there will privilege cases. her party confers at Scarborough soon hear—to the well-modulated, mellifiuous
; : 7 2 , be empty grates and shivering Other side issues: A local bus in October she will be a key figure sound of hollow metal singing out its melody |
lessen the possible damage which might homes in our island this winter.” strike, lengthily debated; the in Bevanite tactics.
Ss z ; isle s Fs p ng é . i é : 4“ -1$ rf :
ensue. | And to clinch the point, he Soccer-broadcasts ban; the pastoral At present Mrs, Castle is a /under the hands of the experts. Each musi White, Cream in 56-Ib Drums
7 i alll that , | waded: “Yes, and next winter, arrangements in Lambeth parishes; member of the policy-making| cian—except for those playing the booms— |
lis is no 1e first time tha 1e peopie t é anc : te able Tshekedi Socialist ve : ‘ .
f Jamaica have suffered some gt vend * Six winters later, with Labour’s aes ene eee ee Bee atthe ps Ragnar sits with his metal tin lid, two feet or three | White, Cream, Silver Grey, Terracotta and Blue
Jamaica have red some grave disas- | ‘ 7 Free Be “ o BAe \ . |
sels Ahiiehedie elt edlaliaceataiei tsa ibe | policy for coal fully applied, Mr. Total waste of time: 20 hours that she should be re-elected. feet in diameter, balanced neatly on his knees. | in 28-18 D
ter sause of some disturbance o > B1e- | aoe er takes over where Mr. 45 minutes. But they fear that the trades 7 | in x rums
3 - . = Se § > inst its, n secret
“J imes during >» las Griffiths left off Mr, John Lewis’s share in all unions resentful of political rebe); These strange ; : wens bent to # \%
ments. Several times uring the. last ; nttu po | a \ ¥ |
twenty years the banana crops Hae was I omen his honesty in election this is a distraction for him too. have acne ideas. ; i. formula, each give a wide range of notes. And | %
. ars > Panane S Nave sui- year, For both his constituency and his An n the women's § section, the sound that comes from them has nothing
fered from hurricanes. In 1907 the City of By Proxy business need attention. which now elects Mrs. Castle, the) 7 hanes : : ine f BIG WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
fines ae'at f Rabiaoted bers bes Mr. Hugh Gaitskell, too, pro- His limp hold on Bolton West, trade-union vote is decisive. in it akin to what you would imagine from
ingston was almost destroyed by an earth- vides a postscript to the promises a marginal seat, will surely be So Mrs. Castle is to dodge the) heating the lid of a can. Successors to

quake. Now it is a scene of desolation after of 1945. He stands proxy for the dislodged now that the local Tories unions, She is putting up in the





a visit of a hurricane in which the velocity late Ernest Bevin. and Liberals have a truce, constituency section, where they But these musicians from the West Indies Cc S PITCHER & CO

f th ; ; ay hed : tel ; 0 These were Bevin's brash pledges. And his oe seen firm. ~ 7 Te finery eek must think, we, in London, are a timid, con- | ° ° °

0 1e wind reached approximately 12 1—“Left can speak to Left in Rubber Improvement, is in sorry n er ca r ain 5 é RE |

miles an hour. According to Press Sprvicnd: | comradeship and confidence,” shape. Its last published results petite, 39-year-old Mrs, Castle will Serv ative people, Are we really as frightened |} Ppteee 4472 & 4678 — BECKWITH STORES
ory teen t | 8 Ki " ee ‘ hi i: 2.—"‘Labour will protect your showed a trading lass of RARD.USS, — _ on with Mr. Emanuel) of rhythm ag the enthusiastic musicians from & - :

‘There is not a house in ingston which savings against rising prices,” The Ordinary shares, issu inwe = : f | SESSSSSSSS OOSOSSSESSSSS
has not been damaged.” 3.—"Send us back to power and three years ago at 14s., are down — His is the most vulnerable poll the West Indies think At the two concerts |





ra restrictions will go.” to 5s. And the Bevanites would delight’ they have given in London they have played |
Human life has been lost, crops have Let Chancellor Gaitskell now in dishing him,

: : ee meee ’ ; ; * Jefence| SO politely, Are they trying to. persuade us|}
amage wh wine 'e ix death report progress On the fence For the Minister of I a ca ©) |
been damaged and industry and public ae 1,—Comradeship and confi- Mr. Arthur (Get-in-the-way) } publicly denounced Mr. evan! that a Steel Band is respectable and can be |







vices dislocated. It is one of those ironies dence? The Chancellor introduces Lewis has no such ties with “ as pea ror in| made to play English tea-time music? What |

of fate that at a time when every effort Sai oeaiaet Goce: P aoa ney: eee uae Bret saa ae unseating him? the London audiences want to hear is the ig

was being strained to increase and im- 2 -S av in w > Chancellor the National Union of General and ‘ ae Ro be foited at both Black: music of Trinidad—not an imitation of what | oe > 4 4

prove industries, whien every householder | Caltskell revels that the £ Municipal Workers.” 0" Gxp ee ouch. [passes on the B.B.C. Light Programme on a| SASRES SLE: EPR

aimed at producing food of some sort in | spout 14s. 10c., compared with his political horizon to trade ‘Sunday afternoon, The real drum beat of the |

his backyard and when services were being | 20s. in 1945 unionism, Demonstration (



: ; eon ; oa ee 3.—Restrictions? Mr, Gaitskell At intervals he has urged Mr. _ Mr. George Strauss, Minister of| {Steel Band is the music of the Trinidad Car-
improved in order to improve living announces a three-year clamp on Attlee to invite Stalin to Britain, Supply, contributes his quota to | nival—and that is something beyond the |

conditions and to attract visitors that | dividends, and a widespread re- to initiate a Big Three parley, and the Socialists’ election liabilities. Le

Nat _ f ae ple ds storation of contfols, to visit President Truman. Witness his recent threat that dreams of any carnival in all Europe. The | MASTERFORM DESKS
ature in one of her turbulent moods Not that the ae can play Mr, Lewis recently introduced direction of labour may Rayer numbers that caught the London audience | TYPISTS DESKS

should have wiped it all out in a single | the promise-and-fulfilment game to his West Ham constituents Mr. And add, too, his quarrels witn| ; a
ight P : B without misgivings. Ian Mikardo, collaborator of Mr. the prospering steel industry his} WeTe the two glimpses of the island off the | TYPISTS CHAIRS

i ah They are still pledged to work Bevan on “One Way Only.” party grabbed. Spanish Main—a Calypso and a Road March. |



It is necessary to replace the houses and | towards seein Tr ide. Bald- Mr, Mikardo expounded where Mr. Strauss is now holidayi

|But for the rest—it proved something that DESK CHAIRS





’ ak cee occn Ltn > . ; win committed them. Ple nty of the Way leads and why. in Sweden. At home he lives in|

pap ion ga projects ve to seh! food and | Pories who joined in that pledge Afterwards Mr. Lewis's “Millionaires’ Row” —Kensington| may interest students of music. The Steel CUPBOARDS

medical services to those who are now ex- remain in Parliament followers waited eagerly for his Palace-gardens. ;

osed to the dangers of disease. The peoples But all mention of Empire Free verdict, They are waiting still, There he used to own aj Band has already been hailed as the musical FILING CABINETS (Foolscap)
Pp J g ro i Rear pear: Trade is now expunged from the For Mr, Lewis was not his usual Schnauzer dog called Trotsky.) |innovation of the century. But it is what it

of the other colonies, irrespective of their party’s election literature, forthright self. He spoke smugly And once when he was exercising | plays, not how the music is made, that mat-

financial condition will make some con- Disiracted of freedom of opinion, it in the Gardens the dog seemed!

y : ei : Besides Mr. Gaitskell’s gloom And he announced that he could disposed to loiter, | ters.
tribution to the relief of suffering Jamai- and Mr, Noel-Baker’s forebodings not tell whether he favoured the “Trotsky, Trotsky!” bawled Mr. tke * ” DA COSTA & co, LTD.

cans. The people of Barbados have never the Socialists have other electoral Bevan policy, because he had not Strauss. Until he noticed that he





Z z liabilities yet made up his mind, was standing outside No, 13. | be s
been less than practical and sympathetic Look among their backbenchers. “Akin’ 0 hangin’ roun’ an settin’ No, 13 is the Soviet Embassy, WINTER IS, COMING
when disaster has befallen those around us. | Consider the Lewises, on a fence, —L.E. England is bathed in its own pale, and





We have been spared and it should be our | glorious sunshine, But the Government is in

i
: ; a \ ; <. e | th idst of ne i i 5
aim to Tet the measure of our thankfulness | Feud Doctors Experiment? fe nist ol ner winter if we needed any | IT’S HERE AGAIN °



be shown in the extent of the contribution









which we make to Jamaica. Tf its no secret that mevic al re- i a nec Dae Somethin pp ny means we will have it next winter.
‘ search workers occasional'y have ‘ BRE had (een aoe pee e prospect i g jl
ap to experiment on patients in order @ The doctors’ journal, The years. oNeoe etn df ehay ina dag sei
s¢ HOLARSHIPS to gain knowledge which may ractitioner, said a oe Quickly the joints became less | | with a gift for words—it was Aneurin Bevan,
"i ater | sed to save lives a growing tendency for stiff an ainful: soon she we \
The SuloRE drut Sate penicillin some doctors to use patients as rice of c- and on the eighth dé | for the record— ‘once said that Britain would iy IN , A MEDIUM QUALITY
UNLIKE other West Indian colonies, | could not have been quickly guinea-pigs in their attempts | she went out shopping for three | always be alright because it is a lump of coal
Be a as brought into use without experi- to advance medical knowledge. hours. |in a sea full of fish. That, pr bly is wh
Barbados does not seem to have made the mental trials. Ninety-nine times A leading article suggested If a film had not been taken of | € of fish, at, presumably 1s why 50 INCHES WIDE
fullest use of the offer of scholarships | out of a hundred the experiment — Sin ecards SA Name ee this remarkable ssa coe| tise politicians have given Britain a reputa-
3 ; may do good to the patient and estgs Baise § tors outside the ayo Inic i
offered by various bodies. The need for ean do no harm question which will have to be would never have believed tha‘ | tion as a bad place to choose to eat your fill. A 2 v7 Y al.
' i ' faced: How far are doctors such a rapid cure was possible . , ‘ t Ss ° per ara.
technically trained personnel has now be- . Doctors are now arguing among | justified in submitting patients = aa ene oe And why, next winter, we will go short of
7 : 1emselves whether the hundredth § 7 “ exc ) " So wef ‘ oe nent ied
come acute and every effort is being made exbaritient the Gia Ahab cone to experimental procedures Blue Babies coal in our fires and electricity to keep us

ALSO

vas . satan bia! a : “which at the least are un- ‘
to .secure opportunities for local young- cane aade oe ae is a pleasant or painful and at the WHIL a a, may as ey warm when the coal runs out.
j i ; . Ss ’ weve o mo8 " { j p
sters to serve a period of instruction at | warding the information, most may not be without risk | few grey hairs worrying a | And it is the re-armament programme. The

, to life’ THE DOCTOR gives effects of their new drugs, a sur-| ; : ; 7
some recognised school. But whatever the outcome of an answer. geon who decides to attem ipt a} Government has just revealed that even if BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS
: ’ of “re is | : ‘ ;
the argument there is not the novel and dangerous operation there is a pleasant mild winter the amount

is is reas he e change in the slightest doubt that some y in for a really anxious time.
tt — thi sone athi = 1 po nay ti - a eat ae Sik hes talk bebuich aisb “ade Until the 1914-18 war Surgeons | of electricity we will want to use far exceeds 72 INCHES WIDE
revisions by tro i gee ae ae octors » greatest triumphs of preven- ware : t
provisions by the Metropolitan Technica E were scared of operating on | our capacity for making it. Four years ago







with information which has saved tive medicine

i oY | ri rele D reds of tho g ives hems : heart; but the successful removal
In the past and prior to the matting of the sa relieved puis and misery’ on presi et smuigeeetet aktjoGtts OF shell fragments todged in| and| the whole of British industry had to close At $7.43 per Yard
n the past a rior tc e meeting 0 1e F : Te ae cee ae eee a ee eee a Ss age 1 - °
Pp } ) 5 a vast scale, red last year at Brighton would around the heart encour: pie weate| down for three weeks, at the end of a cold |



i ission i is i ie Smallpox d to be or f the ipted the life of , ;
Caribbean Commission in this island earlier mallpox u ses, and those 2v® disrupted the life of the town 67 so ago some bold and brilliont | winter. It was never to happen again |

7 , i killing diseases, and those d probabl read ‘rr the i

this year it was not generally known that main 5 Afar aH aRnan ea ably spread over the Cnerators in the U.S.A. were re- | \ ;

the a holacaht Ss wae available to Barba- bore Wr rising ‘ns oa th ahi eee porting” their first successes w ith | I do not see how the planners can escape | -
ships , aila o Barb: ‘ é the now famous “blue baby” | responsibility for this, And to record the fate |

: : ; faces for the rest of their lives, Cortisone
dians, When this was made known it was r ‘ aes orusone operation—an operation not on|
3 The conquest of this. disease be- the heart itself but on the large |Of the planners, it is worth mentioning that | 72 INCHES WIDE



found that the applicant must be able to | gan on May 14, 1796, the day that ANOTHER human guinea-pig ls near it. .
speak Spanish Dr, Edward Jenner, of Glouces- played a leading part in the dis- bigee Vs Hospital in London | |the Government’s planning bureau, which |
* “ ree tershire, inoculated a boy named covery fr eorti » the anti- was se i . note
James Phipps perhaps Tha: Reh comhtidtde. oe re antl Vos not far behind, and in 1946 | Wé et up in charge of an independent At $8.25 per Yard.

This qualification has now been removed important human guinea-pig there. This time it was an American 2 Surgeon there improved on the | | economist, Sir Edwin Plowden, has been dis- |



: f ; 3 x 2 . erating
and a knowledge of Spanish is no longer } has.ever been : ith teen ree housewife of 29 who was so ave nb oer ea ae ont con. | persed. It lost its battle with the Treasury e
: EES at : : a “cow-pox” spot on the finger of severely crippled with rheumatoid oes ; i :

required. This will mean that Barbadians a dairy maid arthritis that she could hardly genital heart disease. | which it was created to ginger into action. |
have the opportunity to secure at least a Jenner maintained that cowpox pga er tea - Probably the best-known human | | Ne iturally the excuses will be made. Power | DA COSTA & co. Lip.
fe 1ese sc arshing }j 2 a very mild disease often caught n september 948, a. AYO guinea-pig of the present day ia -

w of these scholarships in the years to by countrymen from infected Clinic physician, following a Saw arts “Tom,” whose gastric stations are expensive and the needs are|
come. cows, gave those that developed it hunelt which has singe proved to fistula has provided more valu-| great. Building them would have meant fewer | DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT

There ar irtv se sahhing-nusarle immunity against small pox, He be a winner, gave her the first able information about the influ- ‘ :

e are thirty scholarships awarded proved his point when he later injection ever administered for = paeare on. S186) te onal houses, over the years. And more of industry |





‘ a , go rj ; ne ; ranreae 9 nopLUT Ma lw 1 ave i ;
See a ae the dass yo. eats op thitcae’ tree’ , human ease of of the adrenal gland now known organs than all other patients put would have to be diverted to making the |

of these have been awarded to West Indians | {iiaiipox. as cortisone. together. Much of what is now | dynamos, Export orders for electrical machin- | ¥??°???* ; POOROSSS OOO SRONIO?

4 }
from Trinidad and the Leeward and Wind- | — This risky experiment succeeded Daily injections were continued, called psychosomatic’ medicine DELIGHTFUL SNACK.

rd a for the bey failed to develop and on the second day the has been learned with Tom’s will- ery would have been refused. All that is true. 3
ward Islands. smallpox, and from it grew one of patient was able to roll over in ing aid.—-L.E.S. | But look at what the planners did! They |&

i. jo nationalised the electricity distributing in- 3

er James wiih curative purposes of the hormone



























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BOOK REVIEW G. M. THOMSON Our Readers Say : |dustry. The British Electricity Authority | 3 x
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: — then started advertising its merits. It sold | % *
‘sé y VA TSON a* Hurricanes | appliances, more and more electricity was /%
Mis hs Mac, the Addocate |used at home, Each small electric fire oe % %
Pa ase wots By Gavin regarded with suspicion. The thousand words, Every day in a SRG. chain Gabted 4h nie | more than a thousand pounds spent in capital | %
rend, en an yn » prese iogri ris well enough: fishing chair erecte is veran- — are i tec } j ‘

10s. 6d. 183 pages. sa eri a Br em ce Onesie til d “e ud wetsnnen Paper for publishing hints on what to provide it with electricity required to keep |$

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i WHAT is to be said about the the wthiole “Watson dossier” is dis- deep-sea rod, Casting one Neiie tnielt chee rv Neen to - ee nue calculation does not need an g it ;
biographer 5 A -f: * carde te +e ‘ a a lt Jen ly aoe = " e us leo es
blomapher of a. world-tampus carded arbi 100, the alee naga householders and especially inter~ _| electronic computer; ordinary human brains|® pap yang

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whether his subject went to Ox- ZANE GREY, MAN OF THE Meantime he had written 56 rae daha: oe at ee can do it with simple arithmetic! Advertising | ee SNACKS 1% tin Strawberry Jam .94
ford or Cambridge and who, is not WEST. By Jean Karr. World’s j,ooKs of 6,000,000 words, which eee ty von” Meee helped on the desire of the housewife for | < 1% tin Raspberry Jam .48
100 per cent. certain what house Vor! oT 6d. 218 pages. ,, any determined man can do. Not However, I think the authori- the mode llelect h Carr’s Cream Crackers 14 tin Orange Jam .48 &
in Baker Street was the address ABOUT the time the old, wild gif of them can sell 28 million | ties could give us further informa- a ern all-electric home. and good luck % ‘ Idris Kola Tonie $1.00 per
are setts Molines Agency? Weer rea te oy Grey was & copies of the product as Grey did. tion, For instance, there seems to to her—but the investment programme did x Canadian Red Cheese bottle .

How (one asks oneself) can YOUNS man in the not vila Seven books have been publish- be some doubt in the minds of ee re Crushed Pineapple .48 ~
such doubts have arisen about the East, training to be a dentist. He oq since his death; there Ca ce many people as to whether they uot keep track on her buying. Five years after | is Canadian Cheddar Cheese
career of a ational figure? A ne bd Bypetons espe a dislike Wore to come. Grey ‘was usually ine oo, out to ae r daily the great fuel crisis, we will be faced with | st Australian Cheddar Cheese CEREALS
moment's reflection will suggest '9 Call asa istian na ten manuscripts ahead of schedule. round of duties immediately after ao
the answer. and distaste for dentistry. He — ; a hurricane. To many it may seem peneeei Where was the Socialist Five Year Australian Cheese in Tins JUST ARRIVED

changed the first to “Zane” efter , | that their particular normal “job” an, % ;

The man responsible for the a@ maternal ancester an the @ ASPECTS OF MURDER. By | is not essential until things re- | * * ’ 4 Danish Cheese Kellog’s Corn Flakes g
sion ae Sones so-called second for a profitable career as Harold Dearden, Staples Press. | turn to normal, but those in au- | * & Dutch Edam Cheese Pre ihc .
tates and “t oswell,” Dr. John an author of bloodshot 1 9s. 6d. 202 pages. Whether you j thority may have other views. In | S ae a Whee 1. ¥

atson, a man who did not even about the West. turn to the sinister farce of Harry other words, who among the pub- THE PRIZE * Tuborg Beer oe f - “EF
know whether he had been E Bake ; or to the tragedy of Adolf lic should find themselves at their ed Mees Laie ss ruff Wheat 4
pepunded in ey praidey or the “Mbt a * nuine ro for tt whose only crime was that usual place of business or occupa- t this season of the year our newspapers S Bass’s Ale Heinz Spaghetti & Cheese
Jeg, a doctor who made no serious* Wilaness and beauty of the lonel bled a pes > »yer tion——-such business or occupati | fi yr ar ¢
attempt to cure his friend Holm places of America and sufficient eee ee ee eeree ete foniaiag considered " wcabntial’ and me they we cRUEe short of news than of x Worthington Ale %
of the drug habit and who, in ad- literary skill to share this en- Dearden wr necessary to the general welfare newsprint: Every night the editors who have x Gcelden Tree Bee ae .
dition, may have been a bigamist. thusiasm with his reader H of the community, and who should to colle stories worr res wi Set ee : *

Was Watson really a doctor? believed t\at a simple life « @ MY COUSIN R ACHEL. By | report to the Authoritie with a , i leet the stories beh themselves with ss ~
Was he legally entitled to practise? Qdventure nurtured er Daphne du Maurier, Gollancz | view to assisting in Reliet Work which of several uninteresting items will! % %

lah: he fa a ahve “4 Gualiti ner 12s. 6d. 352 pages. iphne | 2 : ies : i 2

Sov, eid ina. veey let sualtos ip men, Lie ad. 8 pages. Daphne dk | at have to make the most important story of § © MEAT DEPT. $
tween the two men suggest cither ~ tore one itiful, equivocal Rachel bring | Finally, can you enlighten me as the day. But this week one unique story, with % %
end t i , oan ‘ aide An . i ther to nether the details of i i . : * 2 >

that ane . hold over W Ae »ba rst to A 1G Men gon. _ my aii ee . a thousand sad, and sanguinary implications, |X Australian Beet 3
gon (eg., through know th 2 ve ) ! ‘ ts uw cousin P} tion, et as lished . Sah i
truth about his medical quali: t f @ LONG INNINGS. By Pelham Handbook of ine Relief has come to their hands. A report is around, } Fresh Vegetables $
tions) or that Holmes used Wa' Grey ‘ Warner Harrap. 15 ; I ue m8 I i good ‘n Paris, that a French Senator, Who was!% Frozen Salmon %
to obtain drugs = rons t ; HASTINGS HOUSEWIFE elected by the tribal inhabitants of tl sory | x
. 4 { 1 Mn SEWIFE. lected the tribal inhabitants he Ivory |} ' ‘ " ta °

At all events, Watson is a wit Every day si : ee : oe "1X PHON S§ — WE DELIVER NS
ness whose testimon y shoul e writir i vrot : RVE 20.851 Coast, has been eaten by his constituents. x t E GODDARD: ot

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,



Bakers’ Dispute Settle

At Joint

THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT,

1951

Conference

in view of the recent



W ounding Costs 20/-
The decision of His Worship
Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police

dispute between the Barbados Workers’ Union and the Magistrate of District “A"—who

Management of Messrs.

A dispute between the Manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson & Red-
man Bakeries and the Barbados
Workers’ Union was settled at a
Joint Conference held under the
Chairmanship of the Acting La-
bour Commissioner and it was
agreed by both parties to release
the following ststement:

The Bakery Proprietors’ Associ-
ation and the Barbades Workers’
Union were conducting direct ne-
gotiations with a view to revising





the current agreement. There
were differences of opinion in
regard to the rate of wages to

be paid for work done during the
day on Sundays in the bakeries of
Messrs, Johnson & Redman and
the matter was left open for fur-
ther discussion.

On Friday, 20th July, the Mana-
ger of Messrs. Johnson & Rednian
Bakeries told his bakers he under-
stood that they were not going to
work on Sunday at the usual rates,
and enquired whether his inform-
ation was correct, They failed to
reply, whereupon he requested
them to inform his Foreman of
their decision before leaving that
evening. (It may be mentioned
that it is not customary for these
bakers to work on Saturdays)
The bakers signified to the Fore-
man their willingness to work on
the Sunday.

Usual Rates






On Sunday morning, 22nd
July, 20 bags of flour were pre-
pared, as customary, in advance
for baking. Later the other
bakers reported for work. These
men were accompanied = by
Union representatives. On en-
quiry they were informed that

they would be paid the usual
rates for Sunday. They there-
upon declined to work. The

men were given ten minutes to

decide whether or not. they
would work, Some of the
bakers decided to do so, but
others refused. The manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson and
Redman Bakeries then made

efforts to secure the services of

other bakers and baked the

dough which had already been
prepared.

On Monday morning, 23rd July
these bakers who had refused to
work on the Sunday returned to
work. The Manager explained to
them that he could not employ
them as their places had already
been filled by other bakers to
whom he had given an assurance
of continued employment.

On Monday afternoon, 23rd
July, an Assistant Secretary of the
Barbados Workers’ Union spoke {0
a representative of the Manage-
ment regarding the re-instatement
of these men. but due to pressure
of public business, no meeting
could be arranged until Wednes-
day, 25th July. No agreement was
reached at that meeting, and on
the following day, the President-
General of the Union and an As-
sistant Secretary interviewed a
representative of the Management,
but again no settlement was
reached.

Strongest Methods

On Friday, 3rd August, the
Manager of Messrs, Johnson &
Redman Bakeries received a letter
from the Barbados Workers’
Union, dated 2nd August, stating
that the Union was prepared to
use the strongest methods permis-
sible to effect the reinstatement of
the bakers concerned. Copies of
this letter were sent to the Secre-
tary of the Shipping and Mercan-
tile Association and the Labour
Commissioner.

On the same day, the Shipping
and Mercantile Association report-
ed toé the Union that they were
informed by the Stevedore La-
bourers working on board the s.s,
“Alcoa Pennant” that they had
been instructed by the Council of
the Union not to handle any cargo
consigned to Messrs. Johnson. &





Redman, C., F. Harrison & Co.,
Ltd., and J. N. Goddard & Sons
Ltd.

At this stage the Labour De-

partment intervened and prelim-
inary discussions were held- with
representatives of the Union and
representatives of the Manage-
ment of Messrs. Johnson & Red-
man Bakeries separately

On Saturday, 4th August, a joint

conference was held under the
Chairmanship of the Acting La-



bour Commissioner between rep-
resentatives of Messrs. Johnson &
Redman Bakeries and representa-
tives of the Barbados Workers’
Union and a_ settlement was
reached.



Parish Scout Camp

The Island Scout, Commissione!
Major J. E. Griffith accompanied
by District Commissioner L. T.
Gay yesterday visited and inspect-
ed the inter-troop Scout camp for
the parish of St. Thomas. The
camp, under the command of
Scouter P. E. Ellis started on Sat-

urday and will end on Friday.
Scouts from the other parishes
of the island are welcome to this

camp.



MARTELL BRANDY
ROYAL VANILLA PUDDING
” CARAMEL PUDDING
SWIFTS VIENNA SAUSAGES
CUT RITE WAX PAPER .
KOO SWEET CORN
WHOLE TOMATOES ‘
BAHAMAS CRUSHED PIN
SMORGOS NKFURTE!
PERLSTEIN



Johnson
yesterday issued the following statement.



YOU WHEE SELECE GhenSt EAREW

CHOCOLATE PUDDING



& Redman Bakeries,

Masterton-Smith
Assumes Duties
As Harbour Master

Mr. Arthur _H.
bour and Shipping Master

Barbados, took
day shortly after his arrival here

Mr.
Smith, Harbour and Shipping
Master, looks over the har-
bour from his office window.

Arthur H. Masterton-

from ‘Trinidad by B.W.I. Air-
ways.
He was intransit at Trinidad

where he arrived three days age
from London by a naval tanker.
His wife and two children—one
a boy at school and a little gir) of
2—are expected to arrive from
St. Vincent on Sunday by the
R.M.S. Lady Rodney.

Mr. Masterton-Smith was form-
erly Assistant Harbour and Ship-
ping Master in the Burma Marine
Service. After getting the ap-
pointment here, he left his wife
and children in Burma and wert
on to England before coming here.
Mrs. Masterton-Smith and _ chil-

Masterton-
Smith, 35, newly appointed Har-
of
up office yester-



fined Vivian Payne of Passage
Garden, St. Michael, $4.80 and 48
cents costs for wounding Edna
Yearwood was confirmed by Jus-
tices G. L. Taylor ang H. A.
Vaughan in the Assistant Court
of Appeal yesterday.

The case in which Edna Year-
wood of Passage Garden, St.
Michael, was fined by the same
Magistrate $2.40 and 48 cents
costs for assaulting and beating
Vivian Payne on June 5 also went
before the Court of Appeal and
the decision was confirmed

Payne told the court that she
was standing at a pipe in Passage
Roed when Yearwood came up to
her and a fight ensued. Yearwood
told the court that in the fight
Payne hit her with a rock on her
forehead.

SIX MONTHS FOR
LARCENY

Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Pouce Magisurate of Disirict “A ,
yesterday sentenced Simeon Den-
ny of the Garden Land, St. Mic-
uael, to six montns’ imprison-
ment with hard labour wnen he
found him guilty of larceny.

Denny On August 20 stole one
pair of shoes from Bata Snoe Co.
ine snoes were valued at $6.00,

“PEGASUS” LOADS
MOLASSES

The S.S. Alcoa Pegasus, 3,931
tons, called here yesterday to load
molasses for Canada. She had
just arrived from British Guiana,
The Pegasus is expected to leave
port on her homebound voyage
about Wednesday afternoon. She
is consigned to Messrs. Da Costa
& Co., Ltd.



dren left Burma for St. Vincent.

Born in South Africa of English
parentage, Mr. Masterton-Smith
joined a training ship before the
last war. He was a cadet in the
Briyth Merchant Navy during
the war, operating from. Western
approaches and also from Colom-
bo in the Burma Marine Service.
His highest rank was Lieutenant,
R.N. Reserved. He spent 64 years



in the navy.

His mother-in-law, Mrs. A. G.
Hazell of St. Vincent, is a siste
of Mr. Harry Ince of Messrs.



S. P, Musson, Son & Co., Ltd.

St. James Vesiry Consider

Tax Relief

Applications

THE ST. JAMES VESTRY yesterday considered 25
out of 102 applications for tax relief. The Vestry will hold

another meeting on Monday and the only item on the can take Boda’s place.

agenda will be the consideration of tax relief applications.
Before applications were considered, Mr. A. Johnson
brought up a discussion on what he called the taxpayers’ jj constituents.”

dissatisfaction at the inequit

for taxes.

After a debate over the dissat-
isfaction, he withdrew his mo-
tion that four vestrymen be ap-
pointed to a committee to go into
the matter with the assessor. The
withdrawal of the motion was
made when the Chairman and
Churchwarden, Mr. Jordan, told
him that it would not be legal.

Mr. Johnson said that though
satisfied with the rates the Ves-
try had fixed, ratepayers were

dissatisfied with what they term-
ed the spiteful way the assessor
was assessing properties.

“Many rumours go about in
this parish,” he said, “which say
that the reason for high taxation
is because I overspent money
during my term of Office as
Churchwarden.”

But it would be incorrect for
anyone to say that any Vestry-
man was responsible for the high
taxation,

Money Overspent

When he was Churchwarden,
he said, he did not overspend
any money and he should not be
accused if taxes were raised.

People are saying that the as-
sessor is assessing partially. The
position was that a man with a
little two roof house 16 feet by
8 feet and 20 feet by 9 feet, who
used to be taxed before,




never
was being taxed $18. Another
man with the same size house

and a small -verandah was asked
to pay $30. There were people,
too, who had done no repairs to
their houses and were assessed
at almost twice as much.
“There are other people with
the same size houses who were
asked to pay $9.60,” he said.
The Chairman said that he had
known Mr. Edwards the Assessor
for a number of years and he did
not feel he would go about any
spiteful method of assessing.
The assessor’s job was a tick-

lish one, and the Vestry had to
place confidence in him. He
therefore could not agree with
Mr. Johnson’s suggestion. z
“There is something wrong,
Mr. Johnson said, “for the peo-
ple are complaining.” _ i
Mr. S. Walcott said that it

was for the whole Vestry to go

COCKADE FINE KUM



. per pkt. $ .16 price, but we still have stocks of
, .16 " ;
eet 16 ARDATH CORK TIPPED in tins
. Small Tin 47 of 50’s at 90c. per tin and pkts.
ws PEt. 58
per tin 48 of 10’s at 16c. This price only
92
" aA holds good until our stock i

able method of assessing houses

into tax relief and he did not
see of what use it would be to
appoint four members to go inic
it with the assessor, The assessor
was present and would go into
applications with them then.
To do as Mr. Johnson was sug-
gesting would only be to waste
time. In any case anyone who
brought a satisfactory. case wa9s
sure to get his consideration.

Complaints

Mr. S. Massiah asked whether
they themselves were to go around
and carry out the assessments.
There did not seem to be any
other Vestryman who had heard
ef the unusual complaints. No
one had told him.

Mr. J. Crick said he would not
go to the extent of saying that
there was any spitefulness in the
manner of the assessments, but
there were definitely compiaints
about the rating of houses.

“People have been comparing
amounts of other people who
they think have been_assessed at
a lower rate than they have
been,” he said, “and if it is not
against the law to appoint a
Committee to enquire into the
method of assessment, it is due
to Mr. Edwards to find out what
is happening.”

That was actually trying to
strengthen the hands of the as-
sessor, he said. If a separate body
went into it, the assessor, too, he
was sure, would be satisfied. If
things were found to be satisfac-
tory, he said, the people would
not continue to blame Mr. Ed-
wards, but put the blame, if any,
whereit should be put.

“At present, however,” he said,
“IT hear people saying that Mr.
Edwards assesses them partially
I do not know the law on this,
but it would be a relief to Mr,
Edwards against the censure he
is getting of assessing inequitably.”

Mr. Walcott said that he could
not agree that they were hearing
more than they had always been
hearing.

“In the political meetings,” he
said, “we are hearing about taxes

in St. James. Some make out
that St. James Vestry taxes are
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qd The Man Who St. Kitts

Got Eaten
By Rumour

By S. L. Solon
PARIS, Aug. 10
27, 1950, 36-year-
old African Senator Victor Biaka
Boda, from French West Africa,
was making a tour of his con-
stituency near Bouafle, on the
IÂ¥ory Coast, when his car broke
down. Bouafle is a built-up centre
with a hospital and a basket-)yul
team.

While his chauffeur was making

On January



repairs, Senator Boda went for a
walk into the bush.
Since then, Senator Boda has

not been seen,
dence exists to
ed to him.

and no definite eyi-
show what happen-

Ten months later, in November,
1950, some dry bones were brought
in by some Africans, who said
they were found near Bouatle

The bones, which included the
top of a skull, were sent to Paris



and examined by three private
specialists. The specialists, work-
ing from a photograph of la
and with, apparently, no other
means of identification, said it
was possible that the bones

belonged to Boda but they could
give no guarantee of this.

Meanwhile, a Paris political
gossip weekly, Aux Ecoutes, give
to broad jokes, published cn
January 12, 195l1—a year after
Boda’s disappearance—the story
that Boda had made a macabre
agreement with oertain medicine
men in his area in 1948, when
he was seeking their suppor!

The medicine men said to Boda:
“We will support you, but on
condition that if you are success-
ful, you will give us your young
wite to eat.”

According to this non-serious
account, after he was elected,
Boda took his wife to France and
forgot about his bargain-—but the
medicine men did not forget and,
when Boda returned to Africa;
they took their revenge by turn-
ing him into a dinner.

Soon after this version appeared,
the American Press told, with
other imaginary details, how Boca
was caught and eaten by irate
constituents.

The story lay dormant for a
while and then was revived, this
July, by Boda’s colleagues,

They wanted his death to be
certified by the French Govern-
ment, so that his political party,
the African Democratic Group,
could elect another candidate.

Boda’s salary has been mount-
ing up with no one to collect it,
and this alone has _ naturally
aroused considerable interest.

For according to French law, 30
years must elapse after an un-
explained disappearance before a
man is presumed dead.

The talk among African mem-
bers of the French Senate is how
soon will it be before another man
This is
linked with “a growing conviction
that the bones found were Boda’s,
and that he had been eaten by

But tonight a spokesman for the
Overseas Affairs Ministry, told
me: “The bones that were found
did not belong to the missing
Senator Boda. Officially his dis-
appearance is not yet explained,
and inquiry is going on.”

That i L.

However, it would not surprise
me if you read again of the un-
happy fate cf the senator whe
was turned into a meal by his
disgruntled supporters.

Watch out for it.





20/- OR 7 DAYS FOR
BODILY HARM

Their Honours Mire GO, ©
Taylor and Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
Judges of the Assistant Court of

ppeal, yesterday reversed &
decision of Mr. C. L. Walwyn
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”. : ,

Mr. Walwyn had_ dismissed
without prejudice a case brought
by Claretta Trotman of Carring-
ton Village against McMahon Os-
bourne of the same address for
bodily harm on June 12.

After reviewing the case Their
Honours fined defendant Os-
bourne $4.80 to be paid in ,eve!
days or in default seven days’
imprisonment for bodily harm.





MOTORIST FINED
A fine of $48 to be paid by in-
stalments or in default two,

months’ imprisonment
labour was imposed on Franklyn |
Gibbons of Station Hill by Mr

G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
tagistrate of District “A” yester-



Franklyn pleaded guilty of
driving the motor van E- 264
along Milk Market, City, while
under the influence of drink.
offence was committed
August 19.

Franklyn was also
from holding a driving licence
for one year. Sgt. Forde at-
tached to the Traffic Branch pro-
secuted for the Police.

on

$



with hard |

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disqualified }

SOCORBEOBVB SPIO VSSSSSSSONSISS





Housing Scheme Underway

Nevis Complete
Record Sugar C

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HON. M. H. DAVIS of St. Kitts-Nevis told the Advocate
yesterday that they had just completed the record sugar |
crop of approximately 44,100 tons of sugar and were aiming

at 50,000 tons next year,
St. Kitts-Nevis delegation

Mr. Davis is a member of the

attending the talks of the!

Regional Economic Committee which get underway at)

Hastings House to-morrow.

THE HARBOUR
UNDER RAIN

THE harbour, on its busiest day,
ikes the very opposite look when
ain sets in. There is the sudden

ange from activity to lifeless-

The waterfront, which is almost

wded throughout the day with

ople, suddenly becomes desert-
The longshoremen, lumber
orkers, tally clerks, cartermen,
ndhouse clerks ond idlers alike
irry to shelter in nearby offices
ind bends until the rain has
vpated.

Cargo that will be damaged by

water amd has been left on the
wharf is covered over with tar-
paulins while puncheons of mo-
lasses, ironware and such cargo
take the wetting,





Lighters lying alongside’ the
iterfront with cargo
d ships are covered with
rpaulins. Lightermen whose

vessels are alongside have the ad-
Vantage of taking shelter ashore
hile those who are working with





e ships either have to take
ielter under their tarpaulins o1
et permission to go aboard the
ips

Steamships, motor vessels and
hooners are held up in their
discharging or loading of cargo
As soon as the showers begin io
fall, the ship labourers batten down
ihe hatches Some ships carry

tarpaulins over the hatches when
the rain is not heavy, From out
f the mist caused by the showers,
moke rising from funnels of
chooners shows that at least thei
cooks are astir
Boats At Anchor
Boatmen are not seen plying up
and down the Bay plying for hire
they do on a dry and busy day
They leave their boats at ancho:
in the Careenare while they
hore*for shelter. However,
make sure that the seats for pas-
engers are covered so as to be
Kept as dry as possible. Launches
e usually huddled together be-
low the Chamberlain Bridge
The Careenage becomes muddy

they





on a rainy day. Water coming
down into the Careenag from
the Constitution River brings mud
with it while the rain water
washes dust and other stuff from
the waterfront into the Careen-
sge. The discoloured water runs
for a few yards beyond the
mouth of the Careenage

But as soon ag the rain holds



ip, the harbour is suddenly busy

again, Waterfront workers and
clerks, now wearing raincoats o1
old jackets and some carrying
umbrellas, are out again in force,
taking advantage of every min
ute,

The ship
cargo is

are back to work and
being loaded on them o:

being discharged into lighte:
again. Ship workers then have to
take care how they move around
the ships for fear that they fall
fromthe lippery decks and
planks

In the Careenage, schooner
sails are hoisted for drying while
rain water has to be bailed from
the empty lighters and row boat



Personal Spite,
Not Polities

: AMMAN, Aug, 20

Jordan's Attorney General
Walim Bey Salah, eurrently pro e-
( uting the 10 men accused of
plotting the murder of King

Abdullah said that the motive be-

hind the assassination was per
sonal spite and not politics. In
an .exclusive interv Walim



Ley said that the former Jordan-
lan officer, Lt, Colonel Abdullah
El Tel, one of the defendants bi

being tried in absentia, had be- cs? Does this make you sults
came ssatisfie Hi ee 1 pain, feel so nervous, tired—t
j ot dissatisfied when his com- ch (umes? Then start taking Lydia
Mission as Military Governor of Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
qoanlens was terminated k it ten days before vo Felleve
‘el, charg , c ; symptoms. Pinkham's has a
swainst — with guiding the plo id soothing éffect on one of
egain Abdullah, is in exile in i's most important organs!
oe Another and lesser de © woman's friend!
fendant is also on trial before the r 4 10 VEGETABLE
Military Tribunal in absentia 1 hue PINKHAM’S Comrouno a a
—U,P.



There’s a TOOTAL FA

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TOOTAL











He said that their housing pro-}
gramme the building of houses}
and resetting of villages — is well
underway. They started last year
and had now more or less com-
pleted their plans for this year.!

At present attention was being}
concentrated on St. Kitts because!
it was more urgently needed there.)
Twelve houses had been completed}
in Basseterre and 36 were in the;
process of completion. Work had}
been started in one district in the
country At Saddler’s Village
they were erecting six houses}
which were to serve as model;
cottages. The programme was}
being carried out mainly through!
funds from Labour Welfare

“We have launched a_ loan}
scheme,” he said, “with which it)
intended to help those people
who already have houses and who
may desire to make extensions.
Advertisements have already been
made for the loans.”



Is

Politics |

Speaking of the political situa-
tion, Mr. Davis said that they
had challenged certain aspects

of the
that had

improved constitution
been offered by the
United Kingdom Repregenta-
tions to this effect had been
made but no reply had yet been
received, “Proposals in the new



constitution which LI think are
acceptable,” said Mr. Davis, “are
Adult Suffrage, an elected ma-

and Executive Councillors

elected by the legislature,

“The Labour Party is fighting fo;

majority in both the legislature
end the Executive Council, and
it has been agreed to give us at
elected majority in the legisla-
ture,”

Mr.

jority in the Legislative meitiors|

that it wa
hoped to hold the general elec-
tions in October, but it did not
now seem likely as arrangements
necessitated by Adult Suffrage
had not yet been made,

Davis said

Sugar Crop Held Up

Mr. E. Scott Johnson, Adviser
to the delegation from Antigua
attending the conference, said that
conditions in Antigua are not at
all what one would like them to
be. “Too much polities are mixed
up in everything; the people are
being badly misled by the Heads}
of the union,” he said, |

“For instance, our sugar crop
should have been finished by June,
but it looks as if this will not;
take place before September, The |
cutting of canes is still going on.
‘This is due to the go-slow method
adopted by the workers, As a
result the sugar content of the
canes is getting less and less, and
I do not think factory owners will

be prepared to go on after Sep-
tember as it might not be eco-
ncmical to do so, I think that un-,

less there is a complete change;
of the heart we are not going tol
prosper,”

Mr. Johnson sald that there had
been a fairly good production of
Sea Island cotton in the island
this year and that this was also
the case last year, The cotton

is bought by the’ Ministry of



ipply and reasonably good prices
were paid,

Now was the time for planting
cotton, he said, but here again the
late cane cutting was presenting
a problem. The workers who cut
the canes also plant the cotton
This meant that a portion of the
week was being spent c cutting
the canes and the other po:tion
on planting cotton, It was a most
unhappy state of affairs,

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,

1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.

_—_—

For Births, Marriage or Engagement
announcements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.09 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p m.. 3113 for Death

Notices only after 4 p.m
The eharge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-

eagements, and In Memoriam notices is
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and!
# cents per word on Sundays for each
additional word

THANKS

—_————

HARPER: We the undersigned through
this gmedium wish to thank al) those
iriends who attended. sent cards and
wreaths or in anyway shared their
sympathy with us in our recent be-
reavement caused by the death of
Carlton Harper.

Millicent Harper (Widow), Edna Harper

(Mother), Sonny Pinder (Father).

21.5.51—1n



IN MEMORIAM

erence sneersee:
CARTER—in loving memory of our dear
son Edwin N. Carter who ditd Aug
20th 1949
Safely safely gathered in
Far from sorrow far from sin
God hath saved from weary strife
In its dawn this fresh young life.
Now it awaits for us above
Resting in the Saviour’s love
Ever to be remembered by Joseph Carter
(Father!, Valvertie Carter (Mother)
Timothy Atherley, (Grandfather), !sabei
Atherley (Step-mother), Allan Carter
(Brother), Isabel Harrison (Cousin).
21.8.51—1n
—_————
SMALL; in loving memory of Mrs
Fina Small who died on the 19th
day of August 1942.
Sleep on beloved, sleep on and take
thy rest.
We love thee well, but jesus loves
thee best
fiver to be remembered by the Smalis*
Family 21.8.51—1n





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MADE to measure within a day if
necessary Shirts, Pyjamas, Pants, Shorts,

& Ladies’ Slacks. Guaranteed fit and
Workmanship ROYAL STORE, No, 12
High Street. Phone 4359.

4.8.51—l4n

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Spices. SANTA MARIA-—loveliest hotel
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per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-
dentiai district under Government House
hill, Rates from $5.00 per head .
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head per
day. Enquiries to D, M. Slinger, Grenada,

26.6.51—78n.

PUBLIC NOTICES

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













THE BARBADOS YOUTH MOVEMENT
I4th Year

Activities to week ending Sunday 26th

1981—Wed., Fri., Sunday; Religious and

general knowledge; music; singing; first





aid; handicraft ete., on Sunday at 7
p.m, Anniversary service for Youth
Movement 15th year at Youth Centre;
Tudor Bridga
Rev. Li, BRUCE-CLARKE,
Founder.
Rey. J. B. GRANT,
Chaplain.
Messrs. Olga Browne; E. Codogan.
21.8.51—1n



PARISH OF SAINT MICHAEL

NOTICE

TENDERS (in sealed envelopes marked
“Tender for St. Matthews’ Chapel Roof")
will be réeveived by the undersigned up
to 12 o’clock noon on Friday, August 31st
1951 for repairs to the sca neck
Chapel Roof itm accordance wi speci-
fication which can be seen on ‘appleation
to this Office,

The Churchwarden does not bind him-
self to accept the lowest or any tender
and the person or Firm whose tender
may be accepted will be required to
submit letters from two persons (not
being members of the St. Michael's
Vestry) stating their willingness to ac-
ccpt suretyship for the satisfactory per-
formance of the work,

FRED J. ASHBY,
Churehwarden’s Clerk,
Churchwarden’s Office,
Parochial Buildings,
Bridgetown.
18.8.51—5n

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC-
IATION LTD.

NOTICE







Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Secretary in the’
Coconut Growers’ Association, Ltd.
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Candi-
dates should preferably be be-
tween 28 to 40 years of age, and
must have experience in office
administration. A practical |
knowledge of cost-accounting is;
essential. Some technical factory{
experience would be an advan-;
tage though not essential. Y

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O.
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 31st August, 1951.
Particulars required;

(1) a. Date of birth.

b. Where born.

(2) Married or single.

(3) Where educated. F

(4) Post or posts held during
past 10 years, and full de-
tails of duties performed.

(5) Certificates and/or degrees
held.

(6) Certified copies of two
recommendations from pres-
ent (and previous, if any)
employers.

(7) Names and addresses of
two referees for references
as to character, etc,

(8) Amount of annual salary
expected,

(9) A recent passport photo-

raph, ;

Note: No interviews will be

sranted except by appointment
after all applications have been

considered. “|



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Members are cordially
% invited to attend a pre-
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Mr. John Goddard,
O.B.E.

On WED. AUGUST
22nd at 6.30 p.m.

At Kensington Oval
H. D. KIDNEY,

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Minimum cherge week 72 cents and
96 cents Sutdays 24 words — ever 24)
words 3 cents a word weekeet cents a)
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Veux Hali 14—6. Apply: Cosmopolitan
| Garage, Magazine Lane. Dial 3915
21.8.51—5n





21.8.51—an

ee

CAR—1950 Hillman. Apply at Clifton
Terrace, Upper Bay Street. Telephone
3902. 17.8.51—4n

renin ae eaeeeas
CAR—Chrysler 1989 Model in perfect
ecndition. Engine, paint. upholstery and
tyres, all good, for particulars apply:

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17.8.51—6n.



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CAR—1949 Kaiser Saloon done oniy 5,500
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GARAGE LTD. Telephone 4504

16.8.51—6n

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words 3 cents a word week—4 cents
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HOUSES

“BAY VIEW”, St. Lawrence Gap. O

the Sea. 2 bedroom house fully fiurnistied | .
best sen bathing, immediate possession | SOuld state their case to the Ves-

Apply next door, Mrs. R

Lyneh

21 .8.51—in



riers Dit nae.
CLIFTON TERRACE—Ty an approved
| tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay $t
CARS: 11) 194 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938| Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All
medern conveniences. Appiy on premises

3.8.51—t.£.n

CHANDOS, 2nd Ave, Belleville. Full taxes. From his knowledge of
furnished. Garage. Immediate possession the law, it was the assessor's
Phone 8926 or 3450 19.6.51—a> right to assess and the Vestry’s
ens a Cena tieernansrenenennemenne to consider tax relief. They

FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, ly _— .
built with spacious cupboards. Phon-| Ould not change his figures

2280. 26.7. 51—t.f 0»
—

LITTLE HAMILTON—From ist Sep
lYember, St. Lawrence Gap, unfurnishe
3 bedrooms etc., water, Rieetric. Furth
information Dial 8144. No. Dogs





21.8.51—i5
a

“MALTA”, Cattiewash, for the mont
of Oetober. Apply to Mrs. Gill, Mart
Doorly & Co 21.8.51—<

—————$—$—
SELBY HASTINGS—4 bedrooms, 3 with

running water, ail modern conveniences
Unfurnished, Available Ist September
Apply on premises between 4 p.m
6 p.m. everyday 16.8.51—5n



Re eee ee
“SUNSET”’.—St. James, belonging ‘9













Minimum chorge week 72 cents and
cents Sutdaeys 24 words -—- over 24





and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

St. James Vestry
Pyorrhea and

Trench Mouth
Stopped in 24 Hours
Y BRIN &



‘he the

two

are
in

el)
parishes.”
Unfair Assessment

Any bady thought ihe)
were assessed. he said

who
unfairly



try and they would go inté it. An

assessor was either to be dis-

missed or the Vestry go on with
what he said.

The chairman said that it was

} true that quite a lot had been

said at political meetings about



east in the island excep’
2




but they could give relief. As
regards putting off tax relief, it
was the eighth month of the
year and the people who had
applied for relief were not g0-
ing to pay until they had been
told what they finally had to

i

1

»} pay. He could not see a rea-
1 sonable Vestryman suggesting
that they postpone considering

tax relief.

Mr. Johnson then withdrew his
motion. )

Three boys and one girl were!
yesterday granted Vestry Scho











|
hand Fridges in good working order at/ irs 4 C. Worswick. for August a: 1(@0ships to secondary schools. Tho!
eee Beard’ eae ae | September only. Furnished girl is June Greaves and the!
Street, one ‘ ay YEARWOOD & BOYCE, three boys are Arthur Gree |
ELECTRIC FANS—Céiling and Des | Janes Feet. Ezra S. Sandiford and Rudolph!
Types. Get me to-day and keep cool. | ; ze Harris. \
Dial 3878. Ma Costa & Co. Ltd-| “Tie GLEN—St. Lawrence G D ibbons rochis \
—St. ap. Apply r. Gibbons, parochial Medi-
Dlectrical Dept. 17.8.51—6n. | Johnson, Hotel St. Lawrence eal Officer, was granted one
WEEFRIGERATOR: = One New Model po rae —, leave by the Vestry
estinghouse Refrigerator. A-1 condi- ring his leave, Dr. Clarke will uch
tion, Phone 182 for appointment to) PURE SALES [carry out his duties. . wt of Ic
pec ; eons ane Der sonte ine on memecass The Churehwarden was given Gverenteed
FURNITURE, minimum "charge "41.30" "an "weekdays | $208-10 tO give to two St. James'| | Amam work so fst aod gp carvan
- dnd 91.40 cn" BuAaaye. Parishioners one from Fitts Vil B feereeees 2 ae Sept sume
CHAIRS: Just received a lage and one from Porters, whose th to your lete sati oF
. your to your complete satisfaction or
shipment of Office Posture Chairs with houses and other property wer: on return of empty package.
three, ent, flee them, today REAL ESTATE damaged during the 1949 hig! Abeba oh nine Fapeiget at
2.8.51-t.tn. Tees ~ | waters. heart trouble. Get Amosan from your
aT Ma =| at MOND: One gore. five perches of land] The Churchwarden was told} @=e=# Under this iron-clad guaran-
at Cave Hill, Obliquely opposite Mont- that tt - “see sree ae tes. ¥ risk
LIVESTOCK gomery Girls’ School. Apply: Norman the Governor-in-Executiv: Amosa othing the
—__— | Lawrence, Cave Hill, St. Michael Committee had approved of con | - Rise pro:
The half-bred mare Jewel and a small 21.8.51—in | pensation for some whose. ho
riding poney. Apply, J. C. Payne, Har- ~ hed teen deimaged se, house Fer Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth
row, or Phone 3344. 18.8.51—3n | SHED—1 new gabled shed 34 x 26 ,
Covered with new best quality heavy “S
MISCELLANEOUS gauge galv. Corr. Sheets. 2” x 4” fir ee —
and pa pine with stone pillars
. 1 New Shed 92’ x 14° Covered with
BATH TUB — Fuil size cast iron bath | pyerite Sheets 2” x 4” fir and whit
tub. | Price $25.00. Apply Sandyfields,| pine with heavy -callaba posts,” V ait | iaaaiaki wim OFFICIAL NOTICE
Si. Peter 21-8518" | CLARKE, Ivy Lodge, Ivy Road IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price 21.8.51—2n penean P ey the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notic= to all
. Fitt, ts f - es . P s r claiming any estate, right i rest , -
Sy Prarrnacye PLAST FN | wrown as Noo BF Bean Steet oars | branes, tn OF affecting ihe" property” hevcimatte, mentioned, ie’ property ate
~Ghausiall WANE AkwAnan ibe a corner site and standing on 2520 square bring before me an sccount of their claims with their witnesses,

Cooking Pots with cover and handle,

feet of land.

(capacity 14 pints) at $2.99 each. First ie eas on application to the tenant

Grade heavy triple coated Enamel Cas-

sersoles at $1.00 each. G. W. Hutchinson

& Co,., Ltd. Dial 4222, Broad Street
19.8.51—2n

DRUMS—Five hundred empty drums
at $1.50 each. Apply K. R. Hunte &
Co. Ltd. Dial 5027. 18.8.51—6n

Se

GLASSWARE—American Glass Tum-
blers—Snaps or Cocktails 8c each, Pony
Ce eachy % pint 12c each. Attractive,
Candle Holders and Ash Trays, Nut and
Candy Dishes at very reasonable prices.
G. W. Hutchinson & Co., Ltd. Dial
4222, Broad Street,

HAND ROLLER:
Roller, suitable for
Phone 8152













One heavy
use in Colas work

,21,8.51—y3n

NYLON STOCKINGS—A special price
for a quarter dozen. All new shades. 3
pairs for $4.50. THE MODERN DRESS
SHOPPE, Broad St 19.8.51—2n

——

PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
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surance Co
24th at the
19.8.51—2n | Nelson St

Hand | Terms

sirable, Salary $80.00 a



r. F. S. Nicholls
This property will be set up to Public

competiiton on Friday 31st August 1951
at 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned.

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
18.8.51—12n

AUCTION



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
T will sell on Friday August
General Motor Bus Co.,

41) A-@O Austin Van

(Damaged in accident). Sale at 2 p.m
Cash VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer 21.8.51—4n

_ EDUCATIONAL _

COPRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

Required for September term.

MATRON. Nursing qualifications de-
month with

tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head- | board residence. Increased if applicant
eche—Pains in the limbs and joints—| is fully trained nurse or has excep-
Feverishness, Remember there is only one | tionally good experience
ASPRO. 19.8.51—lIn
a SS Apply with details of qualification and
RECORDS: Charlié Kunz, Bing, Swing| experience to Mrs. Greaves, Belmont,
....and we will order for you if we/St. John. Tel. 95—249.
"t got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co., 19.8.51—3n
Ltd. 6.7,.51—t.f.n. om
TO keep the hair looking its begt at COMBERMERE SCHOOL,
all times try ““Danderine’, no trouble to BARBADOS, BW.
use—just put it on. Price 1/3 and 4/-| peouiRED, in September if possible,
bot. Knights Ltd 21.8.51—8 | oe not later than January, 1952,
—— re. 6Banoa aiualite | Graduate Teacher of Modern Languages—
WOOLLEN SOCKS: Heavy quale, French and Spanish—up to Ordinary
Woollen Soeks in Grey only oS , OF | Level of the General Certificate, with
footballers 0c. per pair. Broadway) po .cinility of Advanced Level work in
Dress Shop 21,8.51-38 | near future,

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documents and vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between

the hours of 12 neon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at th s ts
Public Buildings Bridgetown before the I4th day of cca one ee
that such claims may be reported on and renked aceording to the nature and
priority thereof respectively, otherwise such persons will be precluded from
the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said
property

Plaintiff

LESTER LEROY GILL
Defendant

ROSITA GORDON COOLS

ALL THAT certain sugar plantation called “THE SPA" situate in the
parish of Saint Joseph in this Island and containing by eatimation 111
Acres 26 perches of land or ther@abouts abutting and bounding on lands now
or late of Mount Wilton, Parkes, Richmond Hill, Cane Garden and Fruitfhl Hill
Plantations, on lands now or late of W N. Vaughn, Joseph Bradshaw, Samuel
Quentin and Frederick Augustus Ishmael and on the public road or however
else the same may abut and bound together with the messuage or dwellinghouse
windmill, boiling house and other bu idings thereon and thereto belonging

H. WILLIAMS,

Registrar-in-Chancery

PROPERTY:

Bill filed: 22nd June,
Dated 9th July, 1951

1951

11.9.61—4n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

(IN| CHANCERY)

BARBADOS

Tn pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance in or
affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant! to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and
3 o'glock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridgetown,
before the 29th day of September, 1954.) order that such claims may be reported on
and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise such
persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all
claims on or against the said property

PLAINTIFF; JACQUES HUMPHREY

DEFENDANT: ANNA LORRA SPENCER
FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at
Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados afore
said containing by admeasurement thirty three perches Abutting
and bounding on two sides on innds of Alphonsa Heppin on lands
of May Atkins and on a road or however else the same may abut and
bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT ec ain piece or parcel of land
situate at Greens in the parish of St, George and Istand of Barbados
aforesaid containing by admeasurement one acre two roods Abutting
and bounding on of Drax Hall Plantation on lands of F. F.C
Gill on Jands of G Forde and on the public road or however else
the same may abut and bound Together with the messuage or
dwelling house and oll and singular other the buildings and erec-
tions thereon erected and built standing and-being with the appur
tenances.
Bill filed 30th June, 1951,
Dated the 26th day of

PROPERTIES:









July, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery

MN .7,31—-4n



OFFICIAL NOTICE

(IN) CHANCERY)

BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I Mo hereby give notice to all persons
having or claiming any esta right or interest or any lien or ineymbrance in or
affecting the property herei ter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to bring
before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and’ vouchers
to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and
3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Bridgetown,
before the 29th day of September, 1961 in order that such Claims may be reported an
and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise sueb
persons will be precluded from the henefits of any decree and be deprived of all
claims on or awainst the said praperty «

PLAINTIFF; EDWIN LEE BELL
DEFENDANT: JOHN WESLEY BELL
ALL THAT certain piece or parce] of land situate at Stewart's HM
in the parish of St. John and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing
by admeasurement one acre and twenty two perches Abutting and
bounding on the south en lands of Mount Pieasant Plantation, on the
B, 1. Barrow and on the east





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<“) TRE MV “CARIBRER 12th other Furniture, Tables, Side $
Wit aecept Cargo and Passengers In addition to general cargo 1 board Waggor Larders, China
for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- vessel has ample space for ct 1 Bedroom ani Kitchen Cabinets
: ae st Kitts. Sailing hard frozen cargo Desks, Bookcases, Bookracks
riday 24th Cargo accepted on thr h B SING nd otf . Ma
_ THE MLV. “DARRWOOD” Lading for transhipment ot 7 rt | tan foe baa saa
Will accept Cargo and ssengers British Guiana, Leeward and Windward d Lockstitc? ani Poot-
for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, Islands. & €12 to $60 .
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a's ALCOA PILGRIM August August 27th September éth Chairs, Tea Trolley, Large Serv. |
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Windwards Hit 6

@.C. Reply With L18

THE FIRST CRICKET GAME o Triangular

Schools Tournament was played at Harrison College yes-

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i lay afternoon. Windward i is laved en's Col- . WATER POLO
3 ‘i oe Sie a . ae dward Islands playec Que en Cot Fourteen members of the sia path og ae
c xii ot e a, , , s s rac an
Windward Islas siusss is 4 i LONDON newly formed Harrow Sports Flying Fish vs Police The
AWaTO « >, 1 to » Were y ec * : é ’ é . referee is Mr. Peter Patterson.
\ d Islands, who were first to bat. were bowled THE JAMAI : aS Te iw Club are expected to leave the
out for 61 run D. Phillips topscored with a vaiuable 26 L JAD CAN GOVERNMENT, with a hearty vote island today for St. Vincent to The games will be played at the
os E i Ips V a Uat 4 of thanks added as g d eb hae . 7 . take part in a series of games Aquatic Club Play besins at 5
Bowling for Queen's College, J. Phillips took four for 23 eit Eee ee eee, measure, have approved, through Bir Pir ide football, tble ten. ==

and F. Bishop two for 15. their House of Repres« ntatives, the payment of £650 to vig beeketball te 2 tea ate
queen: - illexe replied with M. Moore shared the last wicket oe Alfred Valentine, records Sportsman Diary from The table tennis team is built
sities pad sin ied =a first. partnership o> G : ee me o wer ng up around Lincoln Worrell, a local

ngs ard s on ore a valuable and impre : > “A” Class player, Rudy Spencer TE ,
} I off 57 before being bowled This is in addition to €12 player, Rudy Spencer,
Quee Colle . Y : rere ee : t has neces tht ot Poke rane Johnnie _Bynoc and Neville Grif- a ag a
It ve ° y Moore was undefeated ir of ubscriptian for an en- ge ae a a —
: tt Sei t he a ns : p ing cou va fnelane ps O Zive a good account of itse , .
wih. f rt OP Pees tor bis caste ae a member told the Advocate. oe
beavey tet ning fie ves hae tat Cee He ssid that the basketball | Rainfall: Nil
Colles: ’ i Si nas But ilet tot the eountieesaanino: team should also be able to de- ae ae up
\rnotd ¢ 52 régistratior Sneiak TSA a4 feat St- Vincent. It is made up + IEROR,
i anh - oat ae , Alfred of such players as Samuel Archer, — bccn dam a yt A
last I J d ; indo ‘ : Bynoe, Spencer, Cooke and ONO ECMPCTALENOS FF
Cc : ; U1 cece ae ter Griffith. Wind Velocity : 12 miles per
“ee 1 bowler for Va ee Se ots ek maton ‘The footbell team will have to hour.
e st nN : ic P.M ' Tee ee ee look ufter its laurels even though ant 6 — 5°461 29.893
me c : ; day Wee ae it will be led by that versatile ‘mens wre
( ! ne : more imr ately pri ~ a th play from Spartan, “Tosh”
ids_won Bo a a late of applicatior Gittens, who will be ably assisted
and elects bat. O,-Rivie ho cid not get i . “4 : by sharp shooter Colvin Ho A j dG 1
eA. thn is n the first in ' This rule means the . i I pe; ssassinate enera
L i 2 opened he in nine | a ming Wroheuli. mistle rune ions Brg Mea apt diminutive Johnnit_ Bynoe, and
wa t I ‘Mong ul ani ., mm the next over he faced Jack- Cuan McCarthy might play for Pret play oe like Dennis Gran- PARIS, August 20.
3 > * man and kept up his aggressive them nék : aie See ea) ered num, Archer, Spencer and the ; The body of French General
xttitude, He was scoring ahead of v. : two schoolboys Rickie Fields and Charles Chanson who was killed
Riviere Run Out the clock. Within seven minute “Wild. Bill” Elliott,” he said. by a Communist assassin in
A ae he had 15 to his ac a Perry v'ans Return Amoag those leaving with the / Indo-Ching July 31 arrived,
t were took a swit me Le team are: Samuel Archer, John-} by a military plane from Saigon
i I ortun t snares ile 3 i - —
( Dr partn ‘s i . on ae anys | c Pre Per : 42 though he is, Eien gos. ieee Ser eee on: Monday; UP:
19 3 . OAH An | aay Care 2 may be returning to competitive . aie j \
; . as a-brisk 16. C. Drakes partne iaeen!- tani ag ape He Dennis Grannum, Colvin one
CSAC Pranklyn Poatae Se ae ste Rickie Fields Owen iot
. el ne that Si eT : rs > Ee : t , ,
jj Bishop came on at the ells me th a S I ir Elvin, of ALF. VALENTINE. Neville Griffith, Lincoln Worrell
i But = ne Wembley Stadium, wants him to — - a+
and soon had I oe ou pl rie nthe SebaRetatLaie | and Rudy Spencer.
‘ ; fore for 4 Auguste went ir Hay there in ie ternationa _ zZ i
( bowling fr 7 - rien, professional tournament from Warwick h © 6 sy
imps we irawn Wind 4 snire
or 4 . 5S a fants Saye 93 a ee Natal ‘September 24 to 29 He may Big 3 Could Meet
Auguste a zt Pra answer “Yes"”—and so throw him- 7 , :
of 2 ets iim ‘
who, five runs later was eauight by re self into competition with Gon- Win County in San Frantcisco | giy ;
Moore off J. A. Phillips from th 4 Islands — Ist Innings zales, Segura, Riggs, Kovacs and Cham L hi PARIS, A 20.
Park end, for 3. His place at n out other w -cla men year hi / ons » AUG, t
wicket as I Zz roe compass , junior i iP Che possibility that a Big Three

Phillip ; es ¢ Moore, b Phillij } “T feel, iid Perry, “that now YORKSHIRE, Aug. 17, Foreign Ministers Conference
se yes : ; ¢ Phillips, b Bishop 6 the Lawn Tennis Association, Warwickshire are the winners could be held at San Francisco
was . Mac Intyre ran out | controlling body of amateur ten of the English First Class County poring the Paces beep Enjoy the hespitality, com-

s eS Phillip nis, has seen fit to recognise and Championship for the first time in Conference rather an later in
who Oe : J. Baird b Phillip: ® help run this tournament it is up 40 years, Washington was seen by a French fort and thoughtful serv
tumped by wicketkeeper Beta et yreabeuat sh; secretes * to professionals to support it. If Scores in other English First Foreign Office spokesman. ice which have made PAA
off Phillips for 2, ; C Shillingford «© G. Lee, b Bishop 4 I play I shall have to get into Class cricket games to-day were French Foreign Minister Robert “first choice” of veteran

aL TEC domme iii Betbce ‘ara sae ee sanoe vee oat and shall as follows: Schuman will leave for the U.S. faVelsthe world over
runs were added he was bowled oe ' ask Tom Whittaker, of Arsenal i , by air August 31 or September 1 ‘
by Phillins Fall of wickets: 1 12 14, 4 FC, if he will allow me facilities a Middlesex v. Kent at Lord's and after spending one day in

H. Elwin filled the breact 19 12, 6-40, 7-40, 8—52, 9 it Highbury.” Middlesex 272 and 2 for no wicket; sither New York or Washington
total went on to 52 but BOWLING AN SLs SIS RW Previous] Perry had deter- Kent 147 and 126 ‘ will leave for San Francisco, the NEW 7 ORK

xe A. Phillips took a bez ' isda 5 " ; mined to limit his competitive Middlesex won by 10 wickets. spokesman said. Via San Juan or by c weak iver
atch off the wling of / I Jackman 4 1 6 play to the Searborough tourna Derbyshire vs. Surrey at Derby: ‘ . ‘is ti er ees Die oe Oe, CONNGEN TN Sit
7 ; Fj oan a : If the San Francisco meetin®} jines ¢ Miz Reduced 15-day
; en *hillips j lips 5 2 3 4 , in whic > plays largely Derbyshire 171, 218 for 2 awickets; : ; MGS SF OED AAAI. RVOGUCOD Li9sORy
Bishop to dismiss D. Phillips w k 9 : 7 ment, in which he plays largely : , 1 S; » 7 sts 1 er ‘ . ‘
knocke€ ut valuable 26 i 712 2 #615 for sent tal reas Now Surrey 240. No play owing to rain. '?P* ning September 4 lasts long’ round-trip Excursion Fares now in
ge cb Pana Re ile "eens an’ cetid ist inning ae sen get cs Nesp nriyeige ow the Motch “Drawh "" ’ - than expected, the Big Three} effect from San Juan.
sipper nom ee baths “ m ‘ Lee 1 N Rol 4 ae 9 “ree to - up and doing is on Ree tye: Chameennals foreign Ministers may hold their All PAA flights to New York
caught by Jackman off Phillions L. Jackman c Sandy, b Shillingtord 24 I) BAN —_LES it Cheltenham: Gloucestershire ?WM conference there ome t now land at Idlewild Airport
before he could open his account, {% “Giin’e Rolle, b Shillingford 0 “"" 195,.243 for 9 wickets declared; ously rather — ere aoe ssid, instead of La Guardia Field,
; . E Bishop 1 b w. Sand 10 5 Glamorgan 289, 63 for 2 wickets. Washington as scheduled es Sa
Last Man Caught J. Phillips ¢ wkpr. Riviere, b Soceer Results Mates drawn The Big Three Foreign or

aks oe si Shillingford ee : j : . snee is schedulec Q

The last man in was Shilling- , Shillinstord |. ingford : Lancashire vs. Nottinghamshire Conference is now § Daily flights i
‘ f acehus Shillinefore E ; % 4 1 ‘ shi —non-
ford. He and Elwin managed to #. Mongulc Rolle b Sandy i LONDON, Aug. 20. at Manchester: Nottinghamshire begin in Washington Seprembed fen hone Sool ae hoe
add 8 runs before he was caught R Lee b Shillingford bag Results of Soccer games played in the 194 69 for no wicket: Lancashire 12, followed by the Atlantic Pact Trip Excursion F. jay Noun
by G. Lee off Bishop for 4. The M ecah ae 4 aeons en nea were e SoH EY 365 for 3 wickets declared ~ Council Meeting in Ottawa Sep-! p Excursion Fares now in effect.
Windward Islands first innings, ane SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP DIVISION A Match drawn. d tember 17.—U.P.
which lasted a little over an hour Total 118 i ians 2, Third Lanark 1 Celt! ee 4.2 ie ae > | sT. CROIX
ote Toit tes et ante $"Srostnn'¢,, Wibecntan €- titling A Leicestershire vs. Essex at Ash. ST. THO
ang 2 at Se ae _ ans in- Fall of wickets: 1—1, 246, 3. 61. 4 2 gaara Pbleele 0 Motherwell ° ie by: oe gi hy pt for What's On e MAS

z fe 87 39 5 2 ee 5, Raith Rovers 3 rrens 3 wickets; Essex 206. y ow- fligh i i
nings was opened shortly after ~* ° BOWLING ANALYSIS fi Hearts 5, Tie. East Fite 3, hGerieact eas eeia it Fa ed = ' eee'che xg owift Convair-
two o’clock by W. Lee and skipper oO M R_ W_ ©. Queen of the South 0, Rangers 3 ‘ Match Arn Today ! ture ‘ace + Convenient depar-
A, Gibbons B Rolle 359) 3 Me : ,

ae ing ; s ‘ : 52 5 1GL } Somerset vs. Sussex at Weston: « “

Skipper Rolle, a six-foot left H Baird — Ga. 1 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1, ; PA ddeeey re You can now ‘‘fly PAA” to
hander. openéd the attack. for c shill ingford 16 ‘ 8 $ ‘ pend reepoe sfi paneer a a Somerset 260, 338 for 7 wick- Victorian Exhibition at Bar- | EUROPE, SOUTH ».MERICA
Windward Islands from the Com- £ sandy eee a Aston Villa 2 Charlton. Athletic 1. ¢tS declared; Sussex 116, 120. bados Museum 10.00 a.m. | AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR
bermere | end Gibbons - took a Windward Islands — 2nd Innings Burnley 0 Somerset won by 362 runs. Court of Chancery 10.00 a.m. EAST —in fact, completely around
single off the third delivery but in © Riviere © Bacchus, b Jackman 16 Derby County 3, Sunderland 4, Man Warwicks vs Northants at Court of Original Jurisdic- the ld.” a
1s ee , ie Ssaeaee lL. Franklyn |b w Bishop 4 ehnetar City 0, Wolverhampton 0. Tie Coventry: Warwicks 456 for ti 10.00 a.m. " world.
the ith Lee was oul ieg before. c prakes not out 4 Middlesbrough 2, Rottenham Hotspu- 1 aw ene : om 10. ie

Queen's College had lost one B Auguste not out o Neweastic United 6, Stoke City 0. West Wickets declared; Northants 117. Police and Petty Debt For 2 "
wicket for a single run. L, Jack- c Pidoee 3, Etomwich Albion J. Manchester Unitet No play owing to rain. Courts 10,00 a.m. ¥ 22 years the leading
man perinires Gibbons ashen Total (for 2 wickets) 23 4. Tle. Fulham, 2, Preston North End 3 Match drawn Freee veda es international airline—PAA
a P ich aken with € \ kets 9, 2—22 vs eens
Queen's College total 19 for one es | BOWLING NALYSIS DIVISION I Harrison College)” 1.30 was first to link the Amer-
Sieicat O-..M oR: GW Birmingham.city @ Bury 1 p.m. icas by air, first to fly t

: i N : : over i Inited 5 -m. i; °

After lunch Gibbons and Jack- ; zm i ; : “4 1 eked ; mate € “ x nie art Rugby Results Meeting of the Legislative all six ti Y
man carried the total to 46. Jack- ) jphinips, 2 (OO ‘70 are Pee CH, De ert - ‘ Council 2.00 p.m. man gave Sandy an easy catch off Bishop 1 1 0 1 United 1. Brentford 1. Tie. Lut LONDON, Aug. 20 Meetin: t

' 5 Unitec rentford 1 eo LA aati 4 ‘ : L I g of the House o
the bowling of Shillingford, who T 2, Swansea Town 2. Tie, Queen's eet % aay rv At Gnited Assembly 3.00 p.m For reservations, see your
relieved Baird at the Par end + < Park Wes I Inited 0. R ir played on Saturday in the Unitec CINEMAS. * ?

5 aes i Moe United 1, N ; " ° as tA Py 7 Travel Agent or
Jackman | 1ade an impressive 24 Foundation Lead rae Poneat . ae Kingdom, follows:— GLOBE: “The Outlaw’ — 4,30 &
and his stand with Gibbons added Doncaster : pm, and 8.30 p.m
45 runs Pi k . k hvgetan’o ye Barrow 12, Hull 21. Bramley 18, EMPIRE: “Jack Pot” 4.45 p.m.

. ae ye . ‘ustlefor ‘ “acter ) 4 ‘

G. Lee shared the third wicket WCRUWUICK ee é ; tee ee 12 Doncaster 10, ae Piers of The Céan-
pa i Ciba Oak tna Orman gAGeR cer prytioy m. Walcetield Tonty 8. Featherstone | PRGAeaanted® ae pms wont
bons reaehed his quarter century nnings . a Ae shdale i § 8.15 p.m e ’ : y MOST EXPERIENCED
but was afterwards caught by nm st 8 A Hull Kingston Rovers 39, Cardiff PLAZA — Casiakorennt cre to x AIRLINE
Rolle off Shillmgford. He made Despite unfavourable conditions, !9 13. Hunslet 29, Keighley 14. Liv- ares a gee ona ; i
Gaenatintastohal ot i play, in the Pickwick-Foundation Behe erpool City 12, Leigh 27. Oldham ROXY: “Pinkie” and “Holiday In FAN AMER CAN

Queen’s Co liege had now cricket match was started on Sat- Fortar Athletic Gusburten, & saa 1, Bradford Northern 7. Salford a — 4.30 pm. and 8.15
See the bai dapat I aus urday at the Foundation grounds nock 0 att Ba ee cs Ww idnes 11, St. Hel- “Yellow Rose of Horto Arrnars
otal with seven. wickets stil in” Pickwick’ batting first.on a wet alas eal cis Hire “niiahots ens 20. Wigan 19, Whitehaven 9 Misses nad “Tucsan Raldetal DaCOSTA & CO. LTD
hand. _ , wicket scored 47 runs. M. Foster Northern Accrinston Stanton Dy Cotes.) Workington Town 25, Halifax 18 4.30 p.m. and %.15 p.m Broad St r nt :

W. ¢ hin partnered Lee but WS. topscored with 18 while Mr. Jones head 2, Bradford & parres aia | York 9, Swinton 17. Dewsbury 0, AQUATIC: “In Society’ — 8.30 . FOR street — Bridgetown
a as ; Phe apatl a Saver ya bowling. for Foundation bagged ¥ rexhany l Ch sterfield 3. Grimsby} Leeds 30. Huddersfield 9, War PB Phone gs ane Business
us accou wonue OK a as) 2 : > Town 1 réwe Alexandra 3, Ds yy y 3 ip s é
eatch off Shillingford’s bowling. eee for 18 runs, 0, Halifax Town 2, Workington 1 or ington 13.-—U.P. ours 2308)

At this stage Shillingford had yen stumps were = drawt City 3, York City 1. Mansfield Town 1. |3%6$$66445699494466565656596¢ 554545 ci 65665 OP PERSO SOOORP
oe tame em oO a3 ag Foundation had replied with (74 Stockport County 0. Rochdale 0, Carilisic % POD LOOP OOF PFO 0 PPEPOOE POPS SOOSSSOOSOS OO? %
runs. # runs for the loss of seven wick inited.4. —(C.P.) . 3
Bishop Out L.B.W. ets, J, Graham 30, Mr. Jones 18 % %
not out M. Foster took four of FIRST ¥ Y

B, Bishop, the next man in, was the seven wickets for 33 runs MATCH tar aiaeae x %
éut leg before to Sandy after At Vaucluse, Central at the end THURSDAY . >
scoring 10 Sandy was brought Of play had scored 50 runs for the Ti ¥ we , .
on from the Park end. He cap- loss of seven wickets in their first . re feltewing will take part in . ss
tured Bishop's wicket in the third innings in their match against ene a ae eee lich in prepar- | ¢ x
ball of his first ove His second Police. te ae gr wee forthcoming cricket %

ssn oe 2 mH é ~ hy our to British Guiana %
over was maiden, Play started after lunch as the A. M. Taylor, (Capt.) ’ 7 x $

J, Phillips filled the breach at captains of both sides waited for punte G. 1 Wood he ener = % x
73 At 87 he was caught by the wicket to dry out. Bowling (RCT): CoM , ae % ;

: ae : 3 ays 4 Ss g ; S 7 x y
wicket-keeper Riviere off Shil- for Police C. Sealy took 5 wickets #. King. B ‘; ee ne - rant, x is A WELL BALANCED RATION
lingford for 4 R, Bacchus went xr nine ns aaah AK. ny yreen- x

§ | "A f e runs idge, H, D. Kidney, K, A. Branker, ] ¢ %
in but was soon bowled by Shil- sonsainiacasinaaipiclmaicincsseoatedy Atkinson Tle %
lngtord for one vas 04 Role M.C.C. BEAT ALBERTA | K. E, Walcott, (Capt C. atkins | %

en the total was § tole N. S. Lucas, C, Best, F. King, G.4¢ %
took a beautiful catch to’ dismiss ani nae h zy . }
Mongul who only scored o Thi ALL STARS I coney, Betas a a Ve % x
was another wicket to. Sandy EDMONTON, Alberta, Aug Piovarhe “Re Hutchiion. ee *

G. Lee pulled one of Shilling- The touring Marylebone Crick The other. inviteas rn re x fe gad I HE V IT I AMIN g

ford’s deliveries to the boundary Club today trounced Alberta continue practice..T ee centre tet > 3
‘ ee : eee .. : : C practice. The match “4 S

to reach his quarter century. His Stars 319-—74 to sweep the ty gins at 1.30 p.m. on Thursday % 3
p rer, R. Lee, bowled by game exhibition serie t vorlinlini tite Riedy tee ee be y
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rearmament is so slow.”

Heat Hits Phem

THE HEAT is awful in Dallas,
Texas. Householders put lawn
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ior fear the water runs ou
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THE 2,200 honest cadets
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tion Ernie Oldfield,
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name to those of the swimmers
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ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY, A. HURRICANE RAGES ACROSS YUCATAN: II:.MV-O\* IIIIIVI BRITAIN AID TO OFFERS JAMAICA KERIDA. Mexico, Au^. 20 fRE CARIBBEAN HURRICANE caused "wide spread damage" as it ra^ed across the Yucatan Peninsula, and panic stricken inhabitants of this provincial capital took shelter in churches andi public buildings. The hurricane already had killed 109 persons when it raked Jamaica. High winds and torrential rains lashed this city of 100,000 people, but Government officials were hopeful that the storm might veer around Merida and other Yucatan population centres. Mlunl Weather Bur %  eld ;m nres of susplrinn north-i %  •... out ;in,i was being duml vvnina "An Cl % %  'ObMTVfli tins moralni but could %  nothing," the W< %  aid. 'Settled condltk ii. other tropical areas now." Th %  "dad May Abandon Illegal [milligram GnnpaigD irr iro >K.U arras now. • .,_ ,,. ^ T>k ,^ J A.".,., V m NN Orloai %  i SPAIN. AUK^: 16, Bureau reported at 10 • ti '" tha hurricane had but US %  f Mexico and was aboi.iHilfliagajl of Mend. A II mOVd across • suln. it lint parl of lb strength ODd tha maximum wind was 75 miles par how %  UH centre.— i I -ii correspond.' l I help from Britain for Jamaica's burricani made to Sir Hugh Fool I : tha Island. HI inunoxui Lion at th. il has been fully UUCed, I M"i*tion llcporta•I.'H'" Han) liamlaranta have • aad admission ai the been bnprttooad .I bio i' 1 lice Fieadquartan until i M i> r Su i mid thai %  .iM be chartered to take pro* %  lotted In i. atlve lab M HI Miti.i Nimin.iit hi I Tuo Ships Due being awaited to find m wn n to tha Colonial direction help can best be giv< Bci alary, ii*iumng whether the Prohibited Clas* :.-u |g jiill m force, and %  .ether the Government ii. now of the acute economic : | Colony intends :., aot on the Ordinance. If this %  is put into force. It will cause an exodus of nonTrtnidadlang from the Colony. Noi only will the labouring elas* !>,. afTected. but doctors, lnwyurs, and magisti ill--, will i>* Involved. All day today, telenhi Leen ringing in the Colonial Ottoa and the West India Committee aopla wanting to find out %  .in 1 lataal nawi of relatives, Operty in Jamaica, in a latter to the Daily Express tfr, i K. <: W HI nlajM adHei ••* u* Daily oaaeset who is on holiday in this country, the horrors of a hurricane and says. "Everybody in 1 . oka i" %  Oovi that must look to Britain." A Colonial Office .-.poke-man said tail evening thai no newel are relief fund I tha i i betas, itartad toe Jamah i \ Qaaedtan Preai n i Ix>ndon says that Tw i Roy'' tan ordered ilce for burrlcai %  II'. Righur-* Bay ehrlulel lo arrive al KB rton from Bar%  % %  •n.iiim The Saairov. due thenon Wertn< The Ordinance declare* all person* of the class mentioned to be undesirable immigrants <>n economic grounds. Such undesirables, according to the Ordinance. [ not belonging t ho wish to enter or tered the Colony lor the af seeking or engaging in a class of employment, for which that ible candidates in the Colony." Baft n thai A .::>u: in ., I'm I -nf-S|*Uil' court*IO more pereone were ordered to'be kept iu custodj until Bermuda. An Admiralty epokoi deportation. Seven of thi Id that the frigates %  0* the other, are from medical !,, v hul *" m % % %  Mr. Truman Challenges The Soviets WAMIIN .1* %  • %  '.i Con* on MOD* dm to prove the soviet de*ir %  i action ... Unite evkfc % %  %  modify it; : %  i mow fur %  ail H> and tfOI %  • >jn.ooo.ooo House cut In appropriations for th' He said all meant should in* used t> carry the tmerlcan eurtam. The Pt" mltted to the llo the recen' %  earlier this year by ... m n people Truman charted that much o' tter i %  %  %  unfortunate tha %  i %  I %  Soviet Union which BOW en world "II the Government of th. Soviet Union wants to mi • i,| peace, it ran ltO| flouting the authority of th Nations." Truman sugKussln stop supporting armed aMTO ail on iii ileilance of •top lUDVefBtve mnvn III other eon He •'. o sensOeajMsl Russia to loin in good faith in -welting re;.I %  tret of %  tomic energy. "Unless we have coth I %  . i • change I the United Bt l f W ool Prices Going Dp 17.7V. TROOPS GET BOGUS LETTERS Mossadegh Is Optimistic %  %  in i Me ad< ; %  %  hopefu %  %  rd si.ii..-v %  %  t %  ind H \v %  [run en*e special %  ieni ". i M Kh said %  %  \\ ,• i obeervei T.M.I" balki had 1 1 Bl all hope f BOWKV : i %  %  JJNITED NATIONS PATkOLS Ul along th front hsTi bora tsrloni letters proposinu that D.N. aril Cl Coninumist front line nnitfl ftfrnngo an informal armisti.e ttaom .'Ives while COOM fire talks continue at KaesonR. The letters, nngrammstli I t'omposed, havr boon lot in ttu adronoi front lines whore U N patrola would find them or hare been delivered by Korean farmers who approach patrols under a white fl8. nl" f'KINTFSS MARG.ARF.T will .prixl lirr 'it. >tf BAlmoral. Il-r-In la n li.r I %  iil> dr.I lilnlul i. lait l<> Siutlillil I I' s Texas Alerted For The Big Blow MKXICO C!T\*. August 20. THE HURRirANK that kilted at leaal lift pcraoh %  to an whleti %  i _|i. P. Russian Turns Againsl Stalin KKHI.IN Allied oiti.iai.ii. Monday nifht th R .. onon l< of Berlin and "P r %  n il trains maklnj 'i %  '.'. %  %  i .< rnuni I We %  IIiiin ii. I weni m' 1 force al Marl, nbom %  %  Weal Oernun bordet %  I blocka i %  from Bei lin "' good lad %  t .. and forced ii"' u/eel <<• inrtltui a roinrtiercial hatn I riid nol take g %  orioua trlew i WhipMrJ lluQulf wUl towns ue alerted toi Ihe bin blow The Naval Air blation at Corpus Chruti Texas, haj already evacunl'ai^tta planet.. United Slat* wiathet bureau in New (TfU-.n pporti O.M.T a very dan^erou.s huiiirii. roai reatward ab! Agriculture ipohearnan laid %  r %  i rs* the ivool brade irl iau< 1 i qutrements lUnm the esei .. %  h %  substantLiI Al the I BOOdj the world supply of wool probably will not be great)-< last Mason. World produc1 expected to IK%  Jlghtb ad %  over in major ex port in ir %  %  will be |u l .' / oil al bj th i %  .', %  rtmonl bsld the United April i rept .....v. of i onaumpUoi nrenl i ite the lowest tuna *f lhc v %  Ml —vr. Russia's A'Bombs 6*4 Bigger Ami lielter SKINOTON. Aug. 20 • r>w^ Commiti Hi that IlUl hombs than %  ind morr potent believed. Ttvse arc touK tougher -tin if your I out %  %  %  lh.it Ihe lce. the possibihtv "of multiple atom bomb drops." Price said that i out civilian defl i r TC-DAY'S WEATHER CHART -uuris* : 5.50 a.m Ssunel: 'i II;. ii in Mean L*t QuarU-r 24th. I.ithtlnr Ip: 1 p.m HUh Tid! 37 a.m JIIII II p.m. In" lidr : 1? 30 a.m *nd I !:. p.m. d it .hut it will take the spotlight of v i The treaty of .... dntab i v in the d thttt the Agl"-1 British protectorate unUI Its people have matuied sifflclently to mant they %  Alnragata Treaty that Egypt hjs decided to ebi %  tsfa El Nahah I \\ -cabinet arc prenf the ab'oga. %  %  tr. th.it l %  %  lo approve the little aouM th.<: it wlU whelming botb the s< Deputlee, %  • %  .i. rafuaaJ for the eornpleb (Caniil and the fssllni I HcaPtlla Klcmenls ted, Eg>i>t .*. !. troops at %  elnnent: Irani u lor the Mi'ldi. -IP. Poison Gus? K i LONDON. Aug. 20. i Communists charged o that "Ameru Monday barians" are using pO boml.i In Korea during the Arrr.iTalks, The raaa llstrl Communlal Mewi Agency diepatch minting the rh.ngc by Kim Guka President of the 1' Committee of the Kott I .P. IO Mil I 4.1! Oil: RAMb COT Oft \SMAUA. t : %  Three I • the tongu' countryman because they though' % %  %  • :. I'.P. sir i n ART. Aug '" rormei Ru %  ndei Kerenekj em o %  thai fiir if "in i i By HARBV \\ Ml \N l / WASHINGTON A 1 IB U uentp .' 0 n V • Ken .. .. %  H offlClal %  Liking .ill positUold, 'thl ,, i > Impact of th ..... tern on .. %  %  "The htl t loll BlNtl might ii furthoi wiiri the j i .. tlon of J I M< (ii o'l Vucatan prm Inn %  hoard from At least IH j m lie %  '.i.i re thi tailed BsM i than £30,000,000 dead n d / \. Take Three Hills BIGH I'M ARMY Hi fi attack hills on tl %  %  1 %  i munisl pi" I %  %  %  %  1 '. %  .i i %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  ihould mei %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .. in dlffc %  % %  %  1 %  I %  ind n"*"". The United Natk 1st chi %  i %  1 %  nunj The inil Mh> 0 In.. i %  % %  V %  re fi-in rhlch cur i %  %  lea of Japai —UP. \iirt'tn\vi\\ Not?tled TOK 1 %  %  %  I %  %  %  > %  %  i. i n %  %  '', % %  Including %  i,.in.-_r p. %  now developing Rfl Ihe fall Indurtrlal < ountrtei U %  -I axporta to Latin Amsrla aggressively during the permd is ,,..,!.,,. ran %  v ith price eontn en I i %  11> it, f a %  To .ici|uaini Latin Aim > % %  i tolly with the giKi i of the us in meetli lean Ripply eqti %  %  end exrx He iplete Inforn %  S strengthen II i nd l the < %  tenth visited the South I : I chief of tl % %  Slaght. Dlicetor of I %  %  They will attend %  % %  . etlna I'.n.ini,. Which 0p< proceed Auguel so i< I v of public Works ami Ihe K'neign Department lo I I %  —r.p. Sur/ Dispute FJr Securit) Gonairi] ( AIK* i A newhp.iper quoted I E i la ihe United N the BcypI lo ral ic the %  t %  %  ecurtty Counell %  %  %  %  in %  ummM* i" e -i which ithi %  %  m Ireaty. i Egypt's den the alra %  %  jste the —t*.p. rl.i'III p I mhip and •gainst Comraunl i %  i The The "ADVOCATE" pnye for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night grotit! %  l'-i\ %  I I %  %  B pea i moti i' %  l %  %  %  %  %  • '• % % % %  t p %  i] adio tlon end a lit %  %  .: .' %  1 %  %  mlttee, i of tl f I' %  i p YUGOSLAVIA DENIES ATTEMPT TO KILL TITO BELGRAOI i % % % % %  • pskH Tito Yugoslav N %  %  %  Ushed last tioned fabrkatlon^ dej I all fnundailrm." -t'.r. B.€ l.alMurrrs Load Strike In U.S. EORGI Aug IB. %  i William %  I I lho United I h Ihe farm ere being ... H is ui : a rtrlks and t'-'k %  i -anted To Menzien HBXBOI %  Uem %  Liberal i o ml ... %  had th 11 %  i A' • throug] .bleu G %  %  end ol 1953 r> Uti 0|ilimisli< Too OBK, I %  ll and In an ai %  %  r-ied to I I i l'-n t'.P France Annoyed Over Anglo—U.S. Policy PARIS, %  wtth Angh I press for larger %  20. members of the islnnly West lertcan Other quarters fee! thst %  I-. i Scut overlooked lYsnce in the entire I a ne %  ft li by it %  %  , %  • area" It added I %  ... .. %  the Big Th" defend ihington -.nean area One of the reaf-o Pli .-•Juible quarters said 1-ehiml the Monday An important segment of General Alphonto Jutfl i.re-occudent Oeneral of Morocco to hit The paper la T..I| issues that still i>oat a North Atlantl i re rnlshl be i and more frank <