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Barbados

Communists Say Allies’ Tried To!
Murder Red Peace Negotiators



ESTABLISHED 1895





Kaesong Cease-fire| wiadie East

Talks Suspended | Defence Board
| To Be Formed

TONDON, Aug. 22

An agreement nas been reached |

TOKYO, Aug. 23
‘THE COMMUNIST Commander-in-Chief in

Korea alleged on Friday that a United Nations



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plane bombed Kaesong with the intention of killing] tween “tatain’ ase te Uni‘ed |
members of the Red truce team and said that cease-| States what a Middle East De-

ence Board
include

definitely. far as

should
France and
Turkey.

be formed to
to extend as

fire negotiations consequently were suspended in-































































































FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1951



HONOUR FOR THE






























SKIPPER

















Busta Calls Ui ’s
Gifi Ridicuious

(From Our Own Correspondent)
UVOuwL OR Aug. 23
"THE “DAILY EXPRESS’’ reporter, James
Cooper, in Jamaica, says thatthe flamboyant
Bustamante summed up the hurricane-hit island’s
reaction to Griffiths’ gift of a quarter of a million
pounds to relief funds i) one word—“Ridiculous.”’
Cooper traced Busta to lief Centre, where he found him spurring on relief
and pounding a table
He waved his arms so violently that the Miami
beach shirt with an embrazened mock coat of arms
and cross lances in burgundy and cream onened to
show signs of a white chirt fastened at the neck
with the Busta trade msrk of a white evening bow

































* a at A ‘ Tt is to be ace ee 4 tie
Kim Il Sung, Premier and Commander-in-Chies) ..\\.°.'(.D8 placed under | the | Fa; ¢ high coitched votde ‘that #ecelved Scie tans alec
in North Korea, and General Peng Teh Huai, General, probably Sir Brian Rob- pierced en the clamour of th orld. Cuba ent 10,000
: . ‘ *rtson wh . “itis et A eekin f i clothe |
Chinese “volunteer’’ Commander-in-Chief made} ['"0) “ho. Js pow British Com. e declaimed “you ean say I say} (ned to the Red Cro
. : i - 1 i Mic 2 | f t bbe. f Mi
their allegation direct to General Matthew B.|£asi ‘ fh rae ated q°%
: ° > s The plan nvisages the partici- § iooke 10) 1 (
Ridgway, taking the new crisis over alleged neu-| |./))° P)"). « Tr hasmeieied a nd cireled } eyes around] * Puerto Rico to-day offered the
e } : 3 a eypt and Israel > ‘ oO < i fo: effect ( further rssist “ \e
trality violations to the highest levels. | hostilities between Jews and | fr, Le eee Eee et ee Sern eee
inv i Arat ave ceare Pll as I forg ‘ au 1 A
Kim and Peng told Ridgway that the alleged|‘\"%"* have oe ee : ere sil ; almost} Company, bauxite - oper
‘ ‘ : bind, coer " oe med “but th u is ridicu- J tamaic ent
bombing of Kaesong could not be considered lightly| wealth countries with an inter- eg Bethany Clic alenty's aot spuies kya)
‘ st the N > Erst. such as 1 t cre ¥ bast 3
and that Communist delemates would not attend the S°\\" Aye, Mille & st such a ent have not been abl eae ae
lor i ‘ ddl. ppreciate the mages that have 0 nec ‘ ‘
cease-fire conferences “on and after vesterday.”’ The proposed Middl: East De-| ten done” Ho snatched a pac}. food shortage in_thedsland
oz Pe ; 3 ; {fence structure will be linked to rom someone's desk and madc]| {© assistance and the tiov nen
It was thought howeve; ha'y {oe cause of the event acCl-|the North Atlantic defence set uy nleuiaticna: di. fan pe now concentrating on gett n
Communist intended to follow up ental. The Liaison office sent, and probably will be responsible gh With a explosion that, 20using plans going
with a series of “demands ” by your side with their own'eye | to its Standing Greup, thus align- wought his hair tumblin ove The Governor, however
punishment of those respon ible; saw the craters made by bombs:jing its cefence ensures wit} te bl ke: evel row he said “pout eabled the High Commissio
for alleged bombings und foi js fsuped by the airplane belonging | wisenhower’s overall plan, It { there are 25,000 homeless. anc | he Malay Federation and Secre-
assurances against “repetition” {9 your side and bomb splinters| would alse be responsible for the hey are not less, that’s £10 each iry of State for External Affair
and that they expected resumption! and other items of evidence which | eafety convoys through the ople .ducked as he’ threw his { Ceylon requesting in each
of armistice REsOHAHODA, a ! ! ved that a bomb had beer | Mediterranean to areas under it wms wide and said “go into the | @ Shipment of see thou
The Kim Il Sung, Peng 1 -!}cropped a few hours previous, | command \interland where I have been, G f copra to reach Jamaica by 1
Huai protest to Ridgway, broad-; nq they could not but be yilent.” | Acceptance of the plans will c Clarendon where besides be. | October in view of the impe
cast from Peiping, dateline Although the Communist broke | pe decided in Ottawa September ng Chief Minister, | am Claren hortage while Trinid h ©
Pyongyang began ff tne Kovean armistice talks, } 15 by ‘he North Atlantic Council ic peoples personal representa isked for an emergenc
“Whilst the blood of our heroic} he are $ > that they did not}j,, conjunction with proposals for ive, I say there are 45,000 home ocoanut oil
fighter Yao Ching Hsiang whoj ‘atend the break to be permanent.)tne jnclusion of Turkey and ompletely wrecked and of then wena
fell victim under an illegal killing } id ee -Peent a — pa |Greece in N.A.T.O. No decision 10 fewer than 35,000 belong t
by armed personnel of your “ide | 1e Communists intended only hay , ile East board is pos- people who have rt en te ‘A .
is still ae an airplane of your} ¥spend, rather than to terminate | 02 the ene hits Tigeichest ‘bis ‘he Ae are : an eee Red China Combats
tae ; | .he truce conference. The develop- |S'P7/e Unul the vk +n NAT
je invaded the air over the I T av ¢ yreece rith NATO
wading yaa i the "ieee ong} Ment included: por ee and Greece with @n an erage a bare hous Guerillas |
neutral zone at 22.20 hours ot 1. A broadeast oy the official eo “d State nd_ Britair His Excellency tho Governor pins the Insignia of the O.B.E. on the coat of Skipper John Goddard of people of that class costs abou
A ea 29 ; Se ied out bomb-| “hinese Communis* radio at Peip- The Unive : “th a e ives for in the presonce of a large gathering at Kensington Oval yesterday evening... (Story on page 5) £60, Sixty times 35,000 is 210,000 HONG KONG, Aug
ae age “y aaa sith wth were| ing Said that the ceasefire talks;have expressed aa ts rt - — ~—— liust over £1 each" Communist China disctosed tt
Tae Mea Serene ss ao ea had been “suspended for August} their inclusion in the pact a: fee a r ! Cooper was told by Geoffrey}:tS forees have been combattin
a at , the residence Of Our}93” and made no reference to 2 members, but some of ve piers e > U N Pre are Gunter the man in charge of]@ Widespread guerilla movement
delegation. Be _|complete breakdown. NATO members are stl yer A | tS ol el Ss | e e >P A emergency supplies that as the! for the past three months in Man
You have _ mistaken our} 2, A United Nations truce dele-| ing sr | . roads are opened to the hinter-|churia, north-west of Korea. Gue-
natience in striving for peace as gation spokesman said that he Greece will not be includec 4a | k or Chr sf land he was finding the position] cillas disrupted communication
a sign of weakness. You assumed] was in no position to say whether the Middle East Defence — e ° 6 ‘ | us vorse than feared ind burned huge tracts of thu
we would not be willing to break] the interruption was “complete but it is to become part of net EIGHTH ARMY HEAD- Gunter said last night in] forests, according to an_ official
off negotiations on account of}and final,” nor could he sayj|hower’s so-called southern fans QUARTERS, Korea Aug. 23 Kingston alone I had 9,500 to-|Communist dispatch from Muk
these actions therefore you went} whether Kaesong was still con-| set-up as a result of United States | United Nations nite . bap .q day it is 10,000 and the number | den
to. the extent of murdering'sidered a neutral city. , insistence. —Us By. K. ¢_ THALER. pill saliidinadlekinaionseliennialldie tines nas opaei is. Abed cranmiana, Hometreds of thepenmde mt oni
seen seteaterenmat-cer oe. wer i a wan tr tee m nist 7 LONDON Aug 23 for an expected Communist of- | trai i ee & nt but Tain aoe My, a er a a ¥e — \
lastly attempting to murder our/open ween e communis © e ’ . lensive after killing or wounding |#fraid it wont go far 1© «clock duty in arge scale
delegation.” ee alten eatthe heteentiogs pi 45 ill Attend HE EVACUATION of all British workers from} 000 Reds in a week long a is PY HS: Babette tauria Beadel ee t rebel he }
4 e rane a9 ‘ f vat r . + ; but sault near the centre of the line.;Commissioner says he expected f
Prevention spnee hele ae ee 1 eee Jap Pleace Talks the Iranian oil fields started on ‘Thursday An all ouf Red attack including |gitts of at least, ¢2,000,000" Go
half-hourly checks being made Government here announced that it intended to] 1,000 Red planes were expected ernor Boot has contr ‘buted twol C2_OOO For Jamaies
The protest added; “Although etaeie: 4 WASHINGTON, August 23 to th vat Abadan refinery and would fchlow cose’ in. the ke of hundred of his ows \ “aoRy ST
our delegation was filled with © It was announced ‘Chursday hold on to e grea 3 3. ti a Communist termination of — the The damage has been esti |
pur deleg . | Await O ers y 7 ‘ tas h ‘ t ! (From Our Own Correspc
anger it nevertheless notified your that 45 countries signified their rotect. British ersonnel there if deadlocked Korean armistics tal} mated at £16,000,000 ! aPrrre LITA 3
B \ > Japs use torce BRITISH GUIANA,
side at 22.35 hours to prevent any 7 J 4 _j intention ot attending the Japan- Communist Radio in Pekin Ou Jamaica Corresponden The British Guiana I lati
pretext of your side of regarding 4. in ae ee one ese peace conrerence at San necessary. he fields, 42 nly a few hours before the break | writes that the aim of the fund|¢ouneil Finance Committee t
, : negotiators, ice mira +] Francise xt month. ‘ Wick MNT Sees ; 4 ! oun anc itt ‘
Turner Joy and the rest of the Pe oehe oes formally accept- The evacuees numbering 226 from t 7 “i Bet! Rees Se oa aa ne ie ress “s by Jamaica ; (lay voted £2,000 relief to irr
THER [une truce team, remained at]/ed the invitation of the U.S. and from the crude oil port of Banndur Mashur and 132 mol aoe I ae I Sever ( 7 ur is ne aid. cane stricken Jamaica Loca
id ’SWEA Munsan awaiting further orders;] Britain to attend the Japanese : : : , 11 ov j CRRA ie beone! seh ha vista: o weeks to match’ ped Cross launched an appt
a A IART jand a spokesman said he knew of} peace treaty mecting in San Fran- Indian and Pakistani workers, will cross 300 miles All available evider ¢ indicated Bit of a quarter of a million! tor clothing and footwear
. . ro, IT “i thei uild-up of ) | om the Sriti rovern
poe plans to break up the advance cinee eee : 5 er ee of desert in fleets of company cars for evacuation eee as om " - , ei WI , } “ ou ; pect ae a be , os re
| base. The fu reaty in s fine 2 od r sore ery ind, ache ;
Sunrise: 5.50 am. | 5. The Allied liaison officer met] sion has been under Cabinet study via Abadan The Fo.eign Office issued al}front-line troops before ng|{on the first day and by this after
f > 2 ais s s § ° 1 4 e i . : rights a4 “ 99
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. ;the Communist liaison officer at} several weeks statement revealing it did not}the fake raid on Kaesong ley | Hoon i va £32,000 and more The ADVOCATE
Moon: Last Quarter. ‘Pan Mun Jom, just inside the A Government spokesman intend to give up the Abadaniysed as an excuse to break off; cormng in including an expect f NEWS
Lighting Up: 7 eam 47.53 | Kaesong neutral zone at 9.00 a.m.}] Thur day said Burma would not The Advocate Jamaica refinery largest in the world] the armistice conference 5 {contribution from His Majest he pays for
High Tide: 8-07 a.m. and 7.5 |—7 hours after the announced | participate in ane iene baton Reli f F nel and built with the capital off North Korean Premier Kim 1) Sing. pe the thirty two thousand Dial 3113
p.m. {break—and handed him without]|spokesman said the decision was elle u British shareholders in the Anglo- Sung last week threatened heavy | Pounc lve been locally ib
Low Tide: 1.53 a.m. and aa lengtt Allied > Jarrived at after careful examina- ‘ inant aes : ee P , d\seribed with — the xception ¢ .
incident, the lengthy ied re.}a Se ee prea he ; IN an etfort to relieve Iranian Oil Company blows against Allies in air and t Day or Night
1.20 p.m: ; jection of all previous Communist | tion of the final oe fear oe some of the sunerme of the Government said it was “pre-} ‘annihilation’ on the ground if| £5,000 fron Tate and Lyle y 8
oe NE ARES aap Cet be erved by _at- people of Jamaica trom we pared at any time to reopen ne-Jiiuce talks failed. The threat in-|Offers of assistance have been }
DURPORE ry Tp. ‘ 7 i § yotiatipns’ despite the failure of , vere spared tly
nye hs hae —U.P. iarge seale devascation caus g pps: S| é licated Reds were prepé i 9B 59655666606664504 - POLLED
Fenn en eS ed oy the recent hurricane, the Mission to Teheran headec iasowh thelr 1,000 firstline plane % CLLVVPALPLLLVLAPELLALVDLR ALEDEE VAD AVA PFO.
e oN a ' * . ge tne “BARBADOS ADVO. | by Cabinet Minister Richarc @ OF page 7 $ *
>! Egyptian Cities CATE” opens to-day a fund | Stokes. But the Foreign Office % x
Tl OnS en OO to which everyone 1s iivited statement made it plain that it a ences $ >
: . to subscribe. was not optimistic ¢ %
On T he Mert Contributions can be pai “The Anglo Iré 1 Oi Ce ay ° % %
: s paid 1 nglo Iranian Oi ym ys » ¥4 :
e 5 CAIRO, Aug. 23 into the three Commercial pany has been compelled to with- n ipa IO! ¢ * x
O 1] ng oO Ca Police proclaimed a state of Banks, whose Managers a it personnel from the ree rey - ‘as % N
: a i re cates ‘ ay have consented to receive oilfields It ha however in I « ken oO ‘ % ¢
alert today in Cairo, Alexandria ee : ; 7 i, %
_ > Rabati ities them, Those who care to do structed the nucleus of its per- ¢ >
(From Our Own Correspondent) end other ek meee th so might also send or bring | sonne! to remain in Abadan in LONDON, Aug. 23. |$ %
IDON,. Aug 93 jon the 241 h mEtty nee ae subscriptions to .the Advo- order to be ready to carry out Mditorial j e Times ~ x
LONDON, August 23. jdeath of Saad Zay Pasha, leader on er ) pee i ord. Editorials in the Tur 1% %
THE FIRST TELEPHONE CONTACT between Jamaica |of the 191 Egyptian revolution. |] “HQ °V PC’ Gale 'M LG. [lance with The Hasue Courts de. Manchester Guardian tool | the |i R
a, , | a of aie fe . C. Gale, } 4 ance w ague ) de -overnment of Singapor tm % K .
and Britain since the hurricane devastated the island earlier Steel helmeted police were sta , ‘ pr g sub- sision. whenever the Persian Gov}; d-|% %
and Britain since t cee é é tioned ‘at approaches to the Unita will be . treasurer and sub cisic whenever the Persiar “I Thursday for re 1 % %
this week was made this afternoon. Stes KAA ina Tacatigh eaaees scriptions wiil be acknow- ernment makes it possible for} ings of ihe commission of inquiry |% MS
The Governor, Sir Hugh Foot, in a five minute talk erates “Bnd. "G ee ant Baste ledged daily in the “Advo. them to do so.” to the riots of last December. |% %
rith the Finance Minister, Sir Harold Allan, in London et tee ee Soe , cate” newspaper. ‘The Persian Government are Che Guardian said that the|% — %
with the inance Minister, Siz @ Allan, in Le | ings. : . He gives twice who gives of course under obligation in} eo rmpission report had shown|% South Africas x
gave details of items most urgently needed for relief} Anti-riot squads patrolled ‘the quickly. international law to insure the rar sie ie Tl gia » wena A %
tree .
measure, streets. : oe safety and protection of these]... ould hide it head |% / S
nes — — Afterwards Sir Harold and the | Premier Nahas Pasha and GOV ~ | mcsssscecscsscsec sss |personne as of all foreigners and t io bett nother |@ x
=} ns »y wer ‘ | n hope oO ‘ , ! % *
H West India Committee sent a cable | ernment Opposition leaders were FORCES TO PROTECT . Instead it ha tried | % x
~ I. “ to the Lord Mavor of London Sir |expected to make _ political As has been stated before, His] ¥™¢ es ; 18 .
to the Lor as 4 ‘ ,;e@> é en ’ y . t by ethod nrvic 6 x
Storm I asses 30 cis Lowson at present in New speeches tonight emphasising the SRE AN NEEDED Majesty’s Government would be re eee oe > é mi et c ees [% x |
1 Ys ’ } rou WF, ow 9% a endang ’ hol yulati M4 y
*Ls ° }Zealand, asking him to give his current Anglo-Egyptian disput . iN Ee » AUB. © obliged to take necessary meas he Parllamentars rhe | es
Miles From T: MPICO | aor ral fi Z ationwide rri- | over 3uez Canal.—vU.P. General Douglas MacArthur\yres to protect them should the} ree - tn tte eeteeaatand To >
" P seer yelfch tunatteete 4, cs ‘ih Oe OS ea : . called for “adequate secu 2 y Per sian Gover nment fail in thei rae 7 ae a sie me : aes % &
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 23 Britain forces” to protect Japan from*the|opjigations in this respect TY MRE Se TS ee Be Pe \e ~
The hurricane = whic.. suruct While replies were being await- IRON CURTAIN threat of an outside attack inva} t * 9 Nae disclo a just how| ?& eet tiga io cy t! ‘ 1% x
Kingston and continuea to ute ed from New Zealand offers of CAPITALISTS letter to Japanese Prime Ministe®yyany , he § Britons { an, Of person It eritici t < e
= rt P ' , ' S! Yoshid : (many of the 2,090 Britons in Ira spore Covernment representa- |@ 0 x
ucatan Peninsuia, ripped into ie food, money and ciothing rom ar » +> - ‘ Shigeru Yoshida, published today.|woyjd remair at Abadar as por . ; of hee Clmtivic ’ vn“ r r ’ T P y; s
Mexican Coast wity tov mues per various sources are now being re- | ay NEW ie ming a. ; The letter dated/August 20 pre-|“nucleus” in the refinery. But fae tt we Legis or 4 nS FACTS YOU SHOULD KN *
hour winds about 3v miles norta of ceived by Sir Harold Allan. the’, | Ses a tutiain the {dicted that under the terms of the g message sent by Prime Minis-| (0° YOUN® In maior f 1% ain ' pray 7 ' %
Tampico yesterday morning, aid West India Committee. the Bishop tea ee yee ] ; eae | Peace Treaty Japan should join{ter Clement Attlee to British I vi a Tae re manor thu * A Bor aq SOl Ou ua aead A %
the city was lashed with wina of aoe ae the ane a Aistionéa Thursday tn , meee }the West in’ combatting Commu-! employee thorn iidicdted’ it in a er a eeae : ss x
: pe ; as a resul appeals in the Press. ue ; ay aa ree , : OF, VOUS, tt oy Y , , f I .
to 90 miles pet hour a f : a oe ~ u cs ; nt to ,on the distribution of-its securitic ism. would be small eep public interest, the SS POPULATION:— 2.6 Millic veople of Eu Ine Ss
Sn ne eer on eae te Doruiekt a ship ed to Jai ;. Ithe corporation said 453 shares of The letter answered one fror Attlee’s message said Per-| jore Government ma Ni 8.3 Million BANTUS (Native o
son were elects t hey - and Fvffes free o%,it8 common stock and eight shares | Yoshida expressing gratitude for sian people will, I hope, soon], serious blow to local le INCOME TAX PAYERS 320,006
stepped on a fal uv “ 5 jof its preferred were held by} the General's efforts towards an realize the harm which theirljn the promised devel ® BUDGET £150 Million
shortly after the tore t cargo of relief goods is residents of Russi> | rl Peace Treat for Japar nt Govern t is causing it ' Goverr t ir * Expendit n EF wnt ‘ Bantu ¢ ] .
into the coast fron if Of oxpected to arrive in Jamaica on U.P vu, @ On page 5 \ —U.P.| $s SIX MILLION POUNDS x
Mexico ‘ Ba September 10, hy S.S. Ariguaini. r Et Seeker S| ? F ia eae io ge Numb B Chechen: at: SEror debe or dost x
Another wom un lied of exposure For nearly five minutes thi ' + e e -y ° : SGRICULTUR} re ure * eater ag r eee ‘ |
at the school where she had be afternoor old Allan ¢ ‘ 1 ANT .
Satta wi aie "luge SEG a, Sand Tt | O irst Fublic Session | lan eat
Hundreds of Tampico resid tonal Radio.an ; ine at e e e e % } tere *
were injured as heavy wind peratir.? to and frov as ’ ; a‘ : ; % sort th I or .
ae seleanirn oa into OP ie met te Bs re in | The Regional Economic Com-,tdom and Canada and (2) The, time quite a few bouquets were; Led by Hon. W. J. Raagzever S f ti pre Reg 5 000 { l $
streets as though they were match the Secretarv’s office at the West j mittee held their first public} Report of the Fifth Oil nd Fats|}thrown in Mr. Me Cowan's dire view that since there hat ircl f x
sticks. India Committee ade notes in |S€SSsion yesterday morning a | Conference } tion but there was no doubt that going to be a od surplu x I fort | ( voc i *
: Among the injured was -' pencil as Sir Hugh reeled off a list Hastings Hou e. There was Mr. K. Mc Cowan. Secretary he performed the duties of Secre year this amount should be ¢ ble x
aulipas Governor Horacio Teran,'of the items most urgently re friendly atmosphere prevailing ithe British West Indies Sugar|*@"y efficiently. ducted fror s ; o x
who was struck in the face by auired. In order of vriority Sir throughout | the time that the? Association accor panied he The Committee formally plecoe t ng at > ey ) *
flying debris while conducting an Harold noted down building mate- Press was allowed to be present Delegation to the United Kit on record its appreciation of M1 ul &§ (i xy ; Anh sanhs ‘
inspection tour. Telephone and vials, nails corrugated iron sheets, Members looked tolerant andjand acted as Secretary to tne|McCowan’s work and agreed tha egard to ' * , 1 truct x
telegraph lines connectirs Tam- 7ement, clothing and blankets f kindly in their shirt sleeves in Delegation in future a member of Trade ( “s Mn _ ay x
nico with Mexico City, Montrre He also made particular note of jthe new Conference Room cool- a secretariat staff hould i itive Secreta ~ : Wee Sam t x
Vera Cruz and San Luis Potosi 2€ed for money ,.}ed by giant fans and early] The committee consequently) ny delevation her¢ ect ' en ¢ f % BANTU MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SERVICES:—Ten mill x
oe ee, See ee ; After the conversation with Sir |morning breezes from tke nearby} Teceived a request from the Brit-| 7 ‘ a Sk x : \ rg ; % f f wu tB »
were shut off. SSM Hugh wax over Sit Haro'd Icon lish West Indic Sugar Associa-} ar me serance : require i ic t ‘ x ~
y st é na Ma r3 I . and the West I vile ". ommittee Satin tive eae eee has lor for a refund of the expe Uys Jy i ee ; ’ oS tile’ ts mY 1 , % COMPARISON OF EXPENDITURE ON NATIVE EDUCA- \
rich 0} : Me. POS eintly sent ea cable to Sit ee ae Oe ae IcCowar eae = eee. SOU we une z { Mis . AND SOCIAL SERVICES t ?
would hé get news of th* penys Lowson, Lord Mayor of rom be: wine Thane ane hie tan ann | met from funds provided fo ght to sel x Raa DCM re oh 7/3 per head of é >
storm’s pas 1 primitive mou'h, London. who i I - | Press was there too, for the Com- e Y . the Regional Economic Commi I W n Sa t Af f ». € %
to mouth stvle. Tampiro’s twc taking v [mittee did not allow the Press to| Me Cowan Praised | tee or that the several govern. parsble ‘qualifica : £2. 1. 0 : |
lewspaper : El Sol and El Mundo of A, is ; é r ra it at debates on only two; a : ment hould isked to cor ; it agreed % { tior %
ould not go press be * Deriys to cabl " ’ ontrover items Order} Nothing bi greeme tribute the lelegatior ye insert ‘ K. W. V. WINES ARE GOOD WINES . .
f e 7 erge rf natior le uric Relief | Paper Tt m member t var nittee re ‘ ‘ !
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PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

JOE” CHEESEMAN,



M* son
of Mr and Mi By &
Cheeseman of Lemon Arbor”
F actory, St. Johns who is with
. yal Bank of Canada’s



re has been transferred

to Nassau. He leaves this morn-
| ing for Jamaica by B.W.1.A, He

will spend a couple of days there,
| before fiying to Nassau

| B.C. Must Scholarship
ETURNING from England on
Wednesday by the
Mr. Erastus Hackett, thirty-
two-year-old 3arbadian school
teacher at the Wesley Hall Boys’






School. He had been in England
for the past year on a 3ritish
Council music scholarship. He at-
tended Trinity College of Music,
London.
There he received two diplo-
mar—the L.T.C.L. (C.M.T.), spe-
ialising in class music teaching, |
n which examination he took
place) and the A.R.C.M.,

specialising in piano teac hing.

Before Mr. Hackett went to
England he had already obtained
his L.R.S.M in organ teaching
and he w formerly Assistant
Organist at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral.

He has been a teacher at Wes-
ley Hall for the past ten years.

Tiger Moths or Austers

6 ype local Flying Club had a
pleas

ant meeting at the
Chamber of Commerce offices on
Wednesday eveni

They dis-
cussed buying T Mott but
lid not definitely

ng



decide either on
Tiger Mc th or the Auster type
iiearat was the econd
meeting of » club since its in-
ception.
Flying membership, which will
give eac member the privilege
of using the club's planes fo
learning to be a pilot, is nominal,
$50.00 is the entrance fee, and the
annual subscription is $25.00.
For the non-flying members,
who will enjoy the, privileges of
the club’s facilities and the bar or
anteen which will probably be
erected at a site near the airport,
the subscription is $50.00 for life
membership or $10.00 annually.
It is anticipated that the facili-
ties of the club will be available
to members by the end of the




year. Membership is being solici-
ted now, and it is eo that
the community will ubscribe
freely

Jackie Marson, the Hon. Treas-
urer is the man to contact if you
wish to join.

Home Cooking
R. DARNELL GREENIDGE
Barbadian of “Arch Hall”,
St. Thomas, who has been in the
Trinidad Police Force for seven
years, left here on Wednesday by



the Colembie after ten weeks
holiday in Barbados. This is the
third time Mr. Greenidge has

spent his holiday with his family
since he first went to Trinidad. He
thoroughly enjoyed his holiday
and has put on eighteen pounds
during his stay.



THE ADVENTURES





Colombie 5:

GEORGE

HEADLEY
Crew Wanted

XPECTING to visit the
Indies shortly are Mr.
B. Stevenson and his wife, Eileen
They plan sail their 70-ton
ketch, Enid, round the world and
are. seeking three men with
knowledge of seamanship to make
the crew of ten. Bearded Mr,
venson, who served both
the Merchant and Royal Navy,
intends to make his round-the-
World trip via Lisbon, Tangier,
Canary and Cape Verde Islands,
West Indies, Panarna, across
Pacific and home round the Cape
of Good Hope.

West
oF

to

up

Ste in

Empioyment Agency
ee BAILEY, emerged
last week in a new role—
that of employment agency.

f result of his efforts,
operation with the

As
and in co-
Colonial OMece

Englist

But G

of



will

No Hurry
~EORGE HEADLEY

1

eorge is

not be

not

South Africa-born

ple

the winter.
Indian writers in order to make
arrangements for
meeting of the Congress of non-
writers.
posed meeting is planned to take
place in the Gold Coast in 1952.

New Liaison Officer
academic

Purop

HEN

ean

th

e

once the

greatest of all West Indian
batsmen and still a grand cricket-
returning
Jamaica at the close of the prese
cricket season,
instead to remain in England, It
almost certain he will re-sign
for next season for Dudley in the her love for him, his wife be-
Birmingham and District League. comes with child by another man.
prepared to Her husband passes from ecstatic
commit himself yet. “Why hurry,” delight
he said last week. There is plenty when he learns the truth. But at
time.”

Congress of Authors

R. PETER ABRAHAMS,
author, vet, I feel, it is ‘“‘mucked about.”

: t the W ndies this There are only four characters—
ans to bg aes * jo “West the husband, the wife, their close

He plans tions.

the inaugural

The

new









(Heinemann, 7s. 6d.), alarms me,
In bare essence, it is the story
of a man who passionately be-
lieves in the blood he has inher-
ited from his fathers, and who
to feels it a passionate duty to pass
nt on that blood to future genera-
But, he is sterile.
* *

and because of









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WESTERN
ADVENTURES!

aaviin this,

to murderous despair
the last he comes to feel that!
heredity is the possession not of
one man, but of all mankind.
The story is brilliantly told and

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A Paramoun: Picture starring

RAY MILLAND - HEDY LAMARR
MACDONALD CAREY

friend, and the other man. First
they are part of a circus. Next,
with the same names, character-

pro- istics, and problem, they are
farmers. Finally they are sea-

farers. 1
—L.E.S.





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4 ‘
Social Welfare | Eepeeporeoeaes OLLI LLLP OOOO LSA Or = ——-- — = ;
< NG j i
RRIVING in England la t| Ril] Gest the Bana « If:
s “8 oo |
week was Jamaican Mis "E _e'o: ° Zatean sod | Pi AF ‘ 23 Lallab ¥
fe cas damien PANETTA DRESS SHOP 328.) 210 |S se
worker, v4 is there under the 8 ACTION-PACKED, ROMANCE-DANGER
e auspices of the British Council Upstairs Newsam & Cx TODAY 4.4
Cricketers Farewell 5 to study social welfare and youth g 3 Robert ;
I res Bp oo ee work. During a three-month stay Lower Broad Street g 1TCHUM GREE! BI ~ THE BIG STEAL”
Indian inderers play their she will visit various parts of the ~
final cricket match of the sum-+ British WAP ak ° CHINATOWN CHUMP I : I UND A DOG ¢
mer against Hastings C.C. The x a ee Re ee
match has a special significance E S S E S % aes 889 ea eS
is it will, in all probability, mark . Canes a & :
hun “Rees farewel creket ap: |) LNB OK ¥ || tHe RED DRAGON TRIGGER! AN"
pe : in England—at least x t READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDER $ ———————————————— _ SSS = = \
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BY THE WAY ecee By Beachcomber

HE sale of Burlington
Arcade will make no differ-
ence, I am assured, to the strict

code of etiquette which makes it

what it is.






Nobody must whistle—not even
in surprise. Nobody must run—
not even if a thief has snatched
his watch. “Singing, pushing a
perambulator and opening an
umbrella are forbidden.” Nor
must you bowl your hat along

like a hoop, look at people back-
wards through your legs, or blow
down the neck of a shopkeeper.

Disraeli once had an _ alterca-
tion there. He was pushing a
perambulator, when a beadle ap-
proached and told him that
children were not allowed in the
Ar-ade, With a suave gesture
the incorrigible beau put back
the hood from the perambulator
and revealed its contents—a heap
of plaster and some old_ boots.
The beadle took his name, but
Disraeli pleaded privilege, as an
M.P., and promptly opened his
umbrella and began to sing a
lhitornella,



‘There’s a long, long
nose a-winding .. .

’
WOMAN wrote in a morning
paper the other day, evi-

dently in complete seriousness

“If the nose is a trifle long, the

faintest touch of rouge applied

beneath the tip will make it
appear shorter.” The longer the
nose, the bigger must be the spot
cf rouge underneath it. The
woman with a regular Cromwell-
iocad of a nose had better plaster
the whole space between nostril
ond upper lip with rouge. But

a2 8 28 @
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS

BOY'S PYJAMA S

DIAI. 4606

men realise that
the proboscis ‘s
otherwise
the

let short-sighted
the shortness of
an optical illusion,
there will be a_ collision,
woman's claret will be tapped, a
the boxers say, and before she
knows where she is willing hands
will be thrusting rusty keys down

the back of her Gress, It is better
te wear your nose proudly in the
face of the world, and without

shameful subterfuges.

(Refrain: There’s a
nose a-winding into
of my dreams.)

not self

lone
land

long,
the

Service,
HE fall of sales in London
shops (which leading econo-

mists believe may be due to high

Rupert and the Sorcerer-





ce" “ENS

the reed have gone Algy
turns to Rupert. ‘| don’:
what the others think,” he says.
‘I'm sure | saw that saucer thing.”’
“Yes, so am 1,"’ replies Rupert.
“And what's more, ['m going
Straight away to try to find out

rh “wh is ‘

When

care



UITS



YOUR SHOE STORES



ee ae ee ee ee

prices
started
hopke

the cu

and there will soon be “barkers.
Through

come
buys ¢

chute,

by a

glamouraire
mingle

edge

talking

travel,
Sticks

hended

signs



more a
you,”

back to where they first met.
then they cannot agree on where to
so Rupert goes
ks is the right direc.
him and

and lack

of

money)

1 “service drive.’

eper said,
istomer

the
such

1 pair

and
film

with

charmi

fish,
of

to

seasi
any
of

bout it."

cries Algy. @And they hurry

sucer,



the

star.”
ceptionettes
the

Outside

ngly

and

de
body

leav es
lett

rock
who
buying something,



"AS
all

loudspeakers
exhortations
ns ilk up walk up! Anyone who'
of socks can see the |
bearded lady, ride on the water- |
have his fortune told

Beautiful ace- |

shoppers,
them towards the counters,
of foreign
clothes-pegs.

will

Cee neem

From the Editorials. 9 00 p.m Stradivari
Orchestra 945 pm World Affairs
110 00 p m. The News. 10 10 p m. Inter
"ices ¢& ac 3 has |lude. 1015 p.m. Asian Survey. 10 30
» “servi ° one\|p ™. Charlie Kunz. 1045 pm. The
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 Actually Filmed in ROMANTIC ME XI¢ ‘oO
1115 a.m. Programme Parade. 11 25
am Listeners’ Choice 11 45 am er te alienate epeeneiemct
World Affairs, 12 00 noon. The News : 2
1210 pm. News Analysis
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400 pm. The News. 4.10 p m. Inter
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Light Music. 6 00 pm. Merchant Navy
Programme 61 pm Transatlantic
Quiz, 645 p m. Programme Parade. 6,55
pm. To-day's Sport
7.00 p.m.—10 45 pom 25 53M 31.3°oM
The News 710 pm News
715 pm West Indian Diary
The Hymns we Sing. 8 00 p.m. |
8.15 pm_ English Mag
Interlude. 8 55 pwr

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Analysis
745 pm
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the Shorts ...
“LT Found A Dog"
“Chinatown Chump”



Across

. This type gets desired resuit. iv
. ‘The unicorn at sea. (7)
- Repeat in choice choirs. (4)
Por exampie, brag—not he
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. Ward you leave
Just too, too.

Zealand shrub.

(6)
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A tender. (5)
.» Outline a brief play.

Down

A bube line.
Poist a cue

(4)

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(6)

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waggisii iy.
Suitable epithet to:
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Hali-time ? (4)
Not always earned, (4)

» Simalt hillock.

. Pititess. (5) 11, Loathing.
Ridge left unpioughed,
Manx linen ? (4)

The hour of heavy Seatie.
. It’s the pace they set. (4)

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The Loves and Times of
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““VALENTINO ”

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Anthony DEXTER



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“PANIC IN THE
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Starring—

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE os PAGE THREE
~
B.G. May Export Nehru I eels
*) vr .
3 CEORGE -— THIG PHOTOGRAPH OF u LL ? | SUPPOS . ‘
36,000 lous Of ME MAKES ME LOOK ABOUT 60 — tie ONLY WAY OUT Like A “Dead
° rue YOU OVGUT TO TELL THEM TO 16 TO TAKE KER MIND |
Rice I his y ear CAANGE (IT — OR DO YOU THINK OFF THE PHOTO AND + as |
TS UKE Me fi eIVE HER SOMETHING P ro 1 * |
' (From Our Own Correspondent P LSE TD THINK ABOUT er Sor
GEORGETOWN, August {
British Guiana will have NEW DELHI, Aug. 22. “ry
proximately 36,000 tons of rice {: Prime Minister Nehru on Wed-} i ell me
export in the 1951—!:

crop year



rising to 40,000 tons in 19

nesday deplored the growing dis-

952—53 ‘nity in the powerful ey
declared Hon, John Fer Congress Party and said the | > .
Chairman of the Rice Marketi party's mission in India remained! Ost tol >





Board, after tours of the rice- unfulfilled.” But the party re- ' ;
growing areas of the Corentyne :ffrmed confidence in Nehru’s} Hf they all kill germs,
Coast, West Coast, Berbice, and eadership at a secret session in|

East Coast, Demerara.

“The crop of rice on the Coren-
tyne Coast,” Mr. Fernandes sais,
“Is larger than ever, both from
the point of view of area planted
and expected yield Everyone is











which he explained his
esignation from the
Working Committee.
“The Congress Party is still a
very big force in the country and
vill largely affect its future,” he

recent

how can one antiseptic
party’s



be safer than another?’

Some antiseptics lose most of their potency in the presence

; Tw ‘pe ° ‘ aid later. Of his own resignatio of bloed. Some, though very powerful, require very careful
convinced it was the largest cr¢ U.K. Shipbuilders AMERICAN COLUMN F >} W I Nehru confessed “the feeling has diluting to be safe on human tissues. The safe antiseptic for
ever grown on the Corentyn rene 1 1e€a been growing on me that I have hi ‘ lal efficie ve he
A visit to the third depths of thi “ " been failing in my mission and untrained use has high germicidal efficiency even in the
Blcomfield-Lette; Kenn, k ear Italian, that the situation has somehow presence of blood. It is non-poisonous, does not stain, it is
revealed that here where land was



formerly used for cat

tle,
completely

cultivated with rice



Japanese Rivalry

Pay As You Look Price Rises

been slipping from my grasp.” He

: gentle on tissues. These are some of the reasons why ‘Detto?
said his decision te resign was #1



Cj “instinctive urge.” is safe.
“Every square yard of available By HAROLD GUARD NEW YORK GOVT FEARS TROUBLE The Prime Minister maintained i '
lane ts planted, LONDON, Aug. 28 P look TV is goi Washing Pe By EDWARD M. KoRRY ‘hat the Cong es; Party was a
This increase in production call Japanese and Italian competi- _, ay-as-you-100 Is going to Washington to give thé PARIS, Aug. 23 great cementing force” which
for increased faciliticn fae calls tion is being watched with in- Government a look. The French Cabinet by fixiny COUld affect the political and eco-} THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
ling, and it is expected the Board “reused, anxiety by the British And*what the Government sees and decides will mean the new price of wheat, appears OMe development of India but a o e
will shortly make arrangements ship building industry. The latesy hundreds of millions of dollars to Hollywood, the TV in- to have drawn down political D® Warned that the Party mus

for providing additional storage
and handling facilities for the two





edition of Lloyds’ list shows that
Italy is building 65 ships of 311,333








troubles for itself. The average

stry, i i i 5 ynadway.
du try. the praee fight business, and Broad y Frenchman soon will be paying an

The official decision on TV’s future may mean that

in a “fit position to approac!
the public powerfully.”





. ‘ : alli satan tan certain ; He said, “we cannot run away
rming A : tons gross, of which 45, totalling j . a , . R., increase of 11 francs per kilo oi ,.
Boe ee “— Ean 258,064 tons gross, will be regis- fighters like “Randy ’ Turpin, actresses like Lilli Palmer, pread, thus increasing pressure on hg reaper. ilities which com
Spring land (Corentyne Higacs, » tered in Italy. and Sarah Churchill can be seen:— the Government for higher wages ie a a oe “— rs yple
yer , : > “ ; Vice Premier Rene Mayer, th: , 7°28! ere fo his with-
wen ws iat sekctee sm By March this year, 47 ships of (1) Free, on the family’s ordi- back seat of their ca Radical Socialist, who has been “"2Wal from the Working Com-
2 es as arbice, 285.208 saints aa . . ts fe : _ re _ n sittee a “0 , . ' mee
and the East Coast, Demarare’ comy Age Italy, includ ie 8 me “Or f i h aeeeereryssaee giv oh dnprecedinted econcite fait like oa ‘a eee see 7
the rice areas are visible from va 37,059 tons Sanat dae f i Sestpnenaieihe bo EVERY TIME they shoot off a powers by Plev en, agreed to the on some dead 3 wuitine.” "He sei
the roadside and as far as the eye registration.’ In 1949, Italy put (8) Or. on. cinema-size Ty "oCket at the White Sands increase of 845 francs per quintal 1. sometimes felt it was bette
; em see inland. Reports from nearly 90,000 tons gross of ship- screens in theatres Teena ie 271 ane Mexico = ea =e sont high 3,445 10 “live more or less a seclude a
Ssequibo also tell of a bumpe1 of . . bik “ 2 ;, it costs the ww. £71,f ; rancs. us, in turn, wi mean ite giving “a oi nlen
crop. ee aoe eRe es Vain ae sor ty Savane eo t b on A fortnight ago they shot oif bread prices rising from the pres- |° #'Ving advice throu St r. i contains QUININE as its FOURTH ingredient! The Quinine
tic’ registration. d th tor t thet roduct: efi One OOStS 971,500 worth again — a Viking ent level of 38 francs to a nev = {a Cin] Rois bidet peysttg fie tye nt
° .* f re ham cea =" al aes) "hor ak giant in the rh th rocket carrying instruments ta price of 50 francs. has been scientifically blended with 7 e , ;
Winds Rain Damage 7” ns Radi Gore a eae nen the measure cosmic rays. It was set Bad Weather “ ania * 7 medicines (Phenacetin, Caffeine and Acetylsalicylic Acid), so t at the
: . Japan durant * Metuene eh Penith to go up 50 miles, but went u) Owing to extremely bad weathe Crucifixes F or Che four medicines together act synergistically. That is why ‘Anacin
Wakenaam Island The British ship-building indus- Radio Corporation want Govern- 130 miles—a new record combined with the delay in settin > i relieves pain fast, and restores your sense of well-being.
9 try fears that an even more ser- ment licences to enable them to 4, f#t is 116 to 118 miles higher the new wheat price, France, al I ope Antd Eva TANAGIN/ |s Welcomed by Doctors! Over 12,000 doctors and dentists
B.G icus threat is developing in Japan put programmes on pay-as-you- ‘ham the highest a rocket plane though an exporter of wheat, ha (ARASIN/
. . ’ ™

Lloyds’ returns showed that 8. oil

look sets,

with a man inside has gone,

and

been importing small tonnages o!

/ in Great Britain alone use it in their surgeries! Fevers,

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ats ¢ terms ’.2° CO , y di ‘ colds, headaches, toothache, rheumatism, neuralgia—this wonderful
aint sit tankers ‘otalling 95,030 tons gross beats a German V.2's record of wheat recently, to keep the mill rn F bbe toner ell cbtiiaws’t
GEORGETOWN Bee ent. oe under construction in Japan, _ Patamount’s system is a coin 14 miles. going. With the harvest totalling kha ‘ new specific brings you amazingly quick reli !
ny et i Be papel ae: Two sraall steamers. totalling 740 box, Zenith would add the cost nit the height of its path the 90% of last year’s record and with Hite TOKYO Aug. 23 [AN AGI W/ °Os' little. You can buy it in a two-tablet
tb-duy, ‘tell ao "feavt teas tons gross are being built for Of the progcamme to the monthly ie was going at 4,100 miles the new price almost fulfilling bas ee ui ae bere . [anac envelope—enough to bring quick relief
done to Wakenaam Island in ‘the Thailand. telephone bill. R.C.A. is keeping @8 Dour. ae growers’ demands, France will t5 Senor Eva Shea lan tae ot i froma bout of pain, Or ina handy 20-tablet
Essequibo River mout ; Ship-buildi ees _, its method of payment a secret. Sun kills shows probably be exporting again rathes tent u Eva Pe , wife of tl box, Or in & SO-tablet beeele (fer
aeat hates crane mouth on Ship-building quarters said that A scrambler would fuzz pro- BROADWAY show business is than importing in a matter of “f8entine President and the other
ae oe ay cee around 10.30 the’ Japanese threat has been in« grammes so that watcher could go bad that you can get South weeks. to Pope Pius X11, Sausake Endo heme se)
clock, when heavy winds, ac- creased ‘by the devaluation of not pick “ 9 5 geekrot tie 5 er . . President of the Nishi Nihon
5 ! ° rid epee up “Randy” or Lélli Pacific ats by st § , t S Ss s y e Nis t el
vented a ny, 3 ia tr Ee European currencies, which re= unless they paid for them rh a mae Take” okisn” fe Last — a totalled Boeseki Kaisi (West Japan Spin “ ARM YOURSELF
vanised sheets from roofs, blow- sult the ma > : ice 7 . Pe) ae ; ate : > ting Mill), left by Pan Americ: a
ing them 200 feet Sita Su aan ss ua deere of Such a system might be Holly- them. This has not happened 67,000,000 quintals, or about qiek oy pt a f y i u Amer AGAINST PAIN
away. order ) British shipyards and wood's salvation, Studios could since “South Pacific’ opened 957 7,700,000 tons while this year’s is Ly ae. en - eae ee eek Leese "
One building 80 feet by 40 feet — caer eae ee : sell films to pay-as-you-look tele- shows ago. Another play, “Season expected to be about 8 to 10 per de 3 p.m. today for Buen GET ‘ANACIN’ TODAY!
wag lifted off its brick pillars and ritain was said to have tried to cast companies. On the other in the Sun,” is closing, S,

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yer, lifte but this was rejected by the United Music and feasting weather is ‘ase SUNDY France will have a small export- 31. Both crucifixes are 15 inches
et os Cts States on the grounds that Japan ALL NIGHT in Kentucky’s , oe able surplus since the 1951 crop in height and made of the finest [MARK - YOUR
s : ymmissioner ViS=- ¢imnply ae aie : Ce be die - atid a St ; . » ashe aus abies 5
dea chen Glee Sie ketone ove : a Py uae ie tey its own way. mountains they sang to guitars The 90 must go — ~ eS “poor one ~— ” oe are gifts of | “oh ’ . >
was reported 1€ nited States argument was and fiddles—7,000 mothers and despite Unsere le comparison eh as ' n ° 1e late scientist Dy j { °
‘ that Japanese construction could sweethearts, (grandfathers and STIFF with honour, the code with the 1950 yield which was an Takasi Nagai and the city of }
E ; ‘ Be — : a supply of children—songs, and hymns alike of West Point, America’s Sand- ougelni ven for ative ; Nagasaki.
o “ ‘ . ron and steel and other raw “Shall we gather at the river?” hurst, must be maintained, The | Premier even is attempting The cruci..x to Senora Pe
fy pt Liuw illing materials. When dawn came, housewives superintendent rules that 90 trim the expected rise in brea’ peing a A ones, Dee x :
ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 22 Finance By U.S set huge cakes, barbecued beef cadets caught cheating in exams prices witn a plan to cut the taxe? qnanks for the gift of a qates ce | a
Informed quarters on Wed: Shit -building cmeurealie seid and pork, smoked hams, potato must leave, despite anguished on flour the Virgin Mary which the Senora | << t % oe Me a.
doubted Turkey's efforts to r however: that it was evident that pies, and apple tarts on tables parents’ protests Already a motion ot censure has sent to Nagasaki earlier in the 4 1 ®
i { co ttlement of the ee eevee a! jaid end to end for 300 yards. Writes commentator Max : ‘ mn ar the ~ac year. Endo is one ‘ ¢ } “
an out of court settlement of the Japan's current ship-building pro- ens Ve . ; been introduced over the whea un is one of a mission t¢ .
Suez Canal blockade would suc- ; : eo p The singers, gathered for the Lerner: “The West Point story ji ice, This was presente “ai, Argentine to confe dus RITISH
a ckade would su gramme was being financed Jarge r Ma ; price. This was pr nted by Jea z t nfer with indu
ceed, as Turkey was aiming at a jy from the Un fed Ste Rnd aed seventh annual hill-billy song shows a disturbing willingness by [egandre, a member of General trial leaders there, regarding th LA
compromise formula, while Egypt ye es oe + oe ooo festival, had a sunrise breakfast, young Americans to do not what Gyiries De Gualle’s party installation of spinning milis te ,
was not willing to budge. What %.., Abe eX* 800 000 fee 7 you obligated yourself to do, but However, an absolute shajority make Arentina self suiielent to . eo
she claims here is sovereign right, "Mee tend 6 : ees Gangsters are out what you can ‘get’ away’ with. of 314 votes is required to over- textiles. [ is
xd & vor nee me that the Ee et ne THE CHARMED LIFE which Military officers are our new turn the Government and it was After short visits to Sao Paulo rue FAS est SERVICE TO
Following Selim Sarper’s speech th Fy aia eT a thie oF : e noe ae Texas gambler Herbert Noble led Priesthood—the only group in our concidered doubtful that thoss Brazil and Ne York, he will EUROPE, ¥~
on Thursday supporting the Uniteq the balance of this year, at least 56 for years ended on August 8 in a society of whom we expect supporters of higher prices foe proceed to Europe where he y
Nations injunction, ordering Egypt ships yan we aca he uns bomb blast which blew him to poverty, chastity obedience and producers—even with the com- will visit the Vatican to present a e
to lift the blockade, Lé Toes daoun hopes aT stable tained pieces. Eleven other attempts to above all, honour. bined opposition of Communists crucifix to the Pope.
Secretary General A i De ena e eg Ewe kill him had failed i48 vould be able to muster that much Endo w asked to take the
oa A = 1,500.00: Ss ss : . ? VOUIG ; : Fogel ee: it -
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sala El [00 ee se eee aoa tere: His rivals hated the 58-year- Britain ahead a strength crucifixes for delivery in view of C. A J YOU SAVE MONEY TOO ON
Din conferred with the Turkish “P@r tad hee Tr | Segoe q| old, silver-haired “bullet dodger’ DOLLAR - EARNING British producers want a price of 3,800 his being Catholic and his affili 8 ‘
Charge D'Affaires here. The two ®tracted by a urdeteaee an@! so much that there was a 10,000- manufacturers of radio trans= fpanes —U.P. tion with the Catholic priest at 4) EVERY LETTER. jc
men asked the Turkish diplomat Promises of early delivery dollar reward in underworld formers containing cobalt have Nagasaki.—U.P.
to convey to his Government tl They id that this total will] cireles for the man who rubbed their American rivals . worried e
profound disappointment at exceed Japan's gross tonnage at| him out. American makers cannot use ‘4 i nn
key’s stand, which they described the time of Pe: ar i The postman rang only once at cobalt in their transformers—it Dies Sudderly yy 7 mp aa >.
) ! in of Pearl Harbour in Pp & y c : ; rar appre 1 | [ & - cea
as a serious blow to Turkis December, 1941.—U.P. his luxury Dallas home and un- is needed for steel in defence amslrerre¢ OU. ASK BRITISH WEST INDIAN
elations.—-U.P. ittingly let someone unknown. erders. So importers bought Theophilus Cummins of West ox ehebwks hie "
relat SRR Let 5 BOR : WASHINGTON AIRWAYS
. fides ——— _- ——_— — i r 38,436 British radio sets in five bury Road who was admitted . INGTON, Aug, 22 FOR. AIRMAIL
claim the reward, Fi R :
Noble went to the door box fo months—eight times as many as 10.30 p.m. on August 21 at the |) **a! Admiral Burke, one of tt STICKERS.
Pe collect his mail. Instead, he they bought from the whole wor’d General Hospital died suddenly United Nations negotiators in the “ ‘
released a booby trap bomb the year before Wednesday. A post mortem exam- Kaesong cease-fire talks has been eo.
planted in a parcel which the The alarmed American make ination was perfoimed at the Ger eee Faneinctse ° Washing a Lea
fe . ostman had put in the box, have gone to Washington to ask eral Hospital Mortuary the same ‘0M could not be learned im- am — ” - ‘
Learn To Be Your Own Pp In Hollywood, gangsters Tony for a ban on _ British sets. day by Dr. A. S. Ashby and death paiatey yesh Burke's tran ean ALWANS AIRMAIL “BRITISH CARRIER” FOR SPEED AND ECONOMY.
5 ] ; Brancato and Ton Trombino But Washington says: “We must was attributed to cerebral haemor. WOuld be effective, or whether - ’
Make-l Pp Artisti — And Double were shot dead by Bae in the keep our friends.” rhage there . as any connection with the
' cease-fire negotiations
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Arrests and detentions of would-,; man is not spared from abuse for to his head which cau ed head bs F
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44 the previous year, | tour. turn it off—and he refused. The dee
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service chief’ Edmund Baughman! search laboratory. Using its X- | side the White House—with a | veh IBI kK
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Friday, August 24, 1951

A RELIEF FUND

THE many and sizcere expressions of
sympathy with the people of Jamaica in
their sufferings would be but empty noth-
ingness if they were not fortified hy some
tangible evidence of efforts for relief.

Barbadians like other peoples in the
Caribbean area will gladly join in measures
of relief either special or general. It was
fitting that His Excellency the Governor in
transmitting a message of sympathy from
the people of this island should have en-
quired whether Barbados could help in any
way. But the answer is to be found in the
vast scale of devastation by the
hurricane. Any help is welcome; and the
quicker that help is given the greater its
merit.

Already the Red Cross, and even its for-
eign branches, equipped for such emer-
gencies have brought initial relief to the
sick and starving, but there for
clothes, and food for the destitute and shel-
ter for the homeless.

Once again at a time of sore distress
among our neighbours, the Barbados Advo-
cate launches a Fund for the Relief of the
Sufferers of Jamaica and invite the people
of this island to join in what must be con-
ceived as a moral duty—the making of con-
tributions great or small. These will be
gratefully received and publicly acknow-
ledged.

The machinery for the collection of such
contributions was set in motion yesterday
and the Managers of the three Commercial
Banks have consented to receive subscrip-
tions from today and until the close of the
Fund. Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., will be the
Hony. Treasurer and has also made ar-
rangements for subscriptions to be re-
ceived at the Advocate Office.

Within recent times Barbadians have been
privileged to contribute for various causes
to'the relief of people in St. Lucia and Anti-
gua where the scale of devastation was less
and the losses correspondingly low. The
people of Barbados have been spared for
many years the ravages caused by the
storm and tempest and for this they should
be thankful to an inscrutable Providence
and show their thanks in tangible form.

The figures of estimated losses run into
millions: loss to trade and industry, loss of

caused

is need

erep anda merchandaise ant Garnare to prop» ”

erty. Even the number of human lives can
be accurately estimated in time. But the
toll of human suffering is beyond the ken
of ordinary men and women. It cannot be
measured in terms of sterling but the
thought that human sympathy is being ex-
tended fo them will in large measure
assuage the grief at their misfortune.

The people of this island have always
been practical in their outlook and it is to
this good sense that an appeal is made for
funds to relieve the sick and suffering, the
destitute and the of
Jamaica.

homeless people

ILL-TIMED

THE Barbados Workers’ Union published
a notice recently that a march will be
staged in Bridegtown on Saturday morning
in protest against the treatment of coloured
people in the Union of South Africa.

Civilised people the world over will agree
that ill-treatment of human beings is to be
denounced wherever and whenever possi-
ble. This was demonstrated by the feelings
of the House of Assembly a few days ago.
An address embodying the terms of protest
is desirable and quite in place by those who
feel strongly in the matter.

It is to be wondered, however, what the
proposed march can do by way of strength-
ening the language used or the force of the
protest. But this is not the only cause for
wonder.

A march staged on Saturday before noon
will tend to dislocate business and must
bring hardships to many people who seek
to get their supplies for the week-end. It
should have been possible to stage this
march during the afternoon when people
are enjoying their weekly half holiday and
when more of them could join without dis-
locating business.











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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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is not enough

£18.000 Villa

and
for

MR. DAWSON
Big Boy Of The

The Paris case



in which Cock-
ney financier George Dawson
faces charges involving £25,000
may produce further evidence
his fantastic international d

But little will be told of the pri
vate life of this 42-year-old forme:
scrap-iron merchant from Brixton
who is reputed to have made
£ 35,000,000 out of surplus military
equipment since the war

There may be no reference to





the two-quart bottle of perfume
on Dawson’s . dressing table at
Villa la Saugette, his palatial
rome at Canne

3ut that big b » is a clue to
the character of > remarkable
man

George", explains | beauti-
ful wife, e every-



Olga, ‘‘must hav
thing on a big i







And Dawson's “grand manner”
applies to his home lif
as to 1ticnal
deals
It Has 13 Bedrooms

A neighbour of 1¢ Age
Dawson paid £18,000 for his
set in two acre of garden over-
jooking Cannes harbour

Despite its 13 bedrooms, four
bathrooms and sive reception
rooms, Dawson still craves fox
space.

In the big lounge, with its moon-
shaped balcony, he told rece!











visitor he leoking for r
home be a ]

I must over Canne ‘
for willas with wimming pool
and a tennis court’, he said.
‘Then I'll make an offer to buys
the largest”

Sharing Dawson's post-war lux-
urie at Canne are his second

ife, Olga, 28 years old platinum

blonde, their so Francois, aged






three, and baby Daniel, ang eight
years old Tania, Mrs. Dawson’
daughter by her former marriage.

Olga Dawscn, the daughter of

British naturalised White Russians







once a dancer on the Lond

Her mother runs the villa, But
as housekeeper she keeps to her
own quarters and does not dine
with the family

The nine servants at the villa
include Simon, the tall French
butler, and Leon, a tiny French



AB wiidis



Wall

LONDON, Aug. 16.
While British exporters are
wonsidering how best Uney carn

take advantage of the Cuban tariff

concessions under the Anglo-
Cuban trade pact, there are in-
creasing signs of deterioration in

trade relations between Cuba and

the United States, traditionally
Cuba’s most impertant supplier
and Britain’s chie: competitor in

this trade,

The United States, with its pre-
ferential tariffs, has always en-
joyed the lion’s share of Cuban
export-import trade. In 1949, the
latest complete year for which
figures are available, the United
States supplied 80 per cent. of
Cuba’s imports and provided a
market for 64 per cent. of the

island’s exports, At the same time,
Britain took 12 per cent. of Cuban
exports, but provided only one per
cent. of her imports.

The balance-of-trade problem,
therefore, was a serious one for
3ritain, In 1950, it is estimated that
Britain bought some £38,000,000
worth of Cuban goods and sold
only £3,000,000 worth of her own
goods to Cuba, thus leaving a
deficit of £35,000,000,

What are Britain's chances ot
making a big invasion of the
Cuban market with her export
goods now that she has beén put
on the same tariff level as the
United States? Will the risk to
the sugir and cigar industries
of the British West Indies
prove to have been worth while

from the point of view of
Britain's trade balance?
These are questions to which

only time and further experience
in the Cuban market can give the
answer, But certain trends are
already beginning to show
themselves.
Motor vehicles
Rvitain’s most valuable jexport
items today. Indeed, Britain is
now the world’s largest motor ex-
porter, having sold 540,000 cars,
trucks and buses last year in a
al known export figure of just
urder 1,000,000 vehicles from all
exporting countries, The United
States, once the greatest motor
exporter of all, sold only 260,000

are one of



vehicles outside its own home
narket last year,
Britain’s export salesmen have

done their job so brilliantly that
they have built up a substantial
market for British motors in the











By JOSEPH GARRITY












GEORGE EAWSON
chauffeur who maintains the five
fami limousines—a Citroen, three
Cadil ind a Mercedes-Lenz

Family Man And His
Treasures
No mansion in this resort of

nillionaires is more expensively
corned than the Villa la Saugette,
cream and gilt period fur-
Persian carpets and rare
vorks of
Like
Daws«¢
amily

As he siis at his desk, adorned
with a solid gold Cartier writing
set solid gold cigarette
lighter, Dawson gazes fondly at
the pictures of his family about ihe
room

Near his elbow stands a silver-
framed photograph of his parents

wn it
re,




art
many
nis a proud

tough businessmen,
and affectionate

and a

Largest of the paintings on the
wall is a life-size portrait of his
wife ¢

Flowers To Fill Twenty

Vases

A'few minutes in their presence
are sufficient to prove that George
ond Olga Dawson are in love

Dawson is an admirer of his
wife’s childlike beauty. Because
he believes she brings him luck,
ke takes her everywhere on his
business trips, He buys her expen-
sive clothes and jewels



It is nis Namboyvent generosity
that makes Olga so fond of her
1ough-diamond husband. She



in Cuba

Prove

By BUTE HEWES

cormparable with selling a refrig-
crator to an Eskimo, This experi-
ence in beating American. sales-
men at their own game will stand
Britain in good stead when a full-
scale export attack is launched in
the Cuban market,

Britain made a start towards
cracking open the Cuban motor
market as far back as April last
year, when Leyland Motors, Ltd.,
the Lancashire firm of commercial
motor manufacturers, secured a
Cuban order for 630 buses, worth



$8,680,000. It was the biggest
individual expert contract signed
by a British firm since the war
and was secured in spite of U.S.
competition. Until then, British
manufacturers had had a_ poor
showing in Cuba and = South
America because of the intense
U.S. competition,

One of the conditions c_ this

contract was that the buses should
be delivered quickly. Big ship-
ments have been leaving British
ports for Cuba regularly and so
far 350 of the buses have been
sent. Leyland has even taken the
unusual step of chartering cargo
vessels to carry the vehicles
Soon after it became known in
Britain that the trade talks were
going on with Cuba, pessimists
pointed out that Cuban motorists

are so accustomed to American-
type cars that it would be
difficult, even with tariff con-

cessions, for Britain to break into
that market. Leyland’s success
appears to be the answer to this
forecast. At any rate, British
motor exporters are very hopeful
that they may be able to persuade
the private Cuban motorist that
British cars are more economical
than the big U.S. models, with
their heavy fuel consumption,

Textiles form the other big
group of British exports that
may be able to break into the

Cuoan market in sufficient volume
to make an appreciable difference
in Britain's dollar earnings from
Cuba. Here, bad feeling which has
developed in the United States
as a result of Cuba’s recent tariff
increases on U.S. cotton goods
may help British sales along,

American exporters feel that
this violent quarrel between the
U.S. and Cuban textile industries

goes far beyond the arguments
over tariff rates on U.S. textiles
entering the Cuban market. Unless







Riviera

the grand manner iii
refusal to do things by halves

dmires
hi

When te tuys her flowers, a
beuquet is not enough. He goes .o
the market himself and order

enough to fill 20 vases,
£50 For A Toy Car

When he tips waiters it is often
with a 4,000-frane note (about £4).
He has siven a similar note to a
child in the street—to buy toys.

When young Francois wanted a
toy motor-car for his birthday
George sent to Britain for a £50
irodel—and spent another £35
cetting it to France,

fur waiwsen, wno has been pic-
tured as a ruthless figure in inter-

ational finance, is an indulgent
fathe

At home he likes to romp with
his children.

Each day Francois and_ his
nannie are driven down to the
beech . For this trip Dawson in-
vites the child to choose whichever
limeusine he prefers.

Dawson is popular everywhere
because, in spite of his wealth, he
is still at heart the good-natured
“old-iron” man from Brixton

There is nothing flashy about his
clothes. His suits are plain in pat-
tern and perfectly tailored. Gold
cuff-links are his only jewellery

Short of Cash, Sometimes



Althcugh Dawscn is reputed to}

be very rich, his money is in many

countries. Once his telephone was |



cut eff becau short of ready
c2sh, he wes unable to pay the bill
The Dawsons lead a gay life



Their parties at the villa and ai
the Hote! Martinez are celebrate!

Dawson's nearest approach to a
hcbby is gambling at the
where his stakes are high.

He has two children by his
former wife, Florerce, who now
‘ives at Blackheath There is
Robert, aged eight, and daughter
Bubbles, aged 22, who married
ene. of her father’s agents

At Dawson’s invitation they all
recently visited Cannes and their
hotel bill cost him £600

Dawson’s latest toy is his 360-
ton motor yacht Mimosan, boughi
fcr £50,000. Every day he drives
cewn to Cannes harbour to inspect
the job of refitting it, which will
cost him another £50,000

—L.E.S

casino



hb Kxporters’ Prospects

Worthwhile?

the special position that Cuba has
held for so long in U.S, foreign
trade,

Typical of the bad _ feeling
between trade interests in the two
countries is a statement made
recently by Mr, John MeMillan, a
member of the U.S, House of Re-
presentatives, who declared: “If
Cuba feels she
throttle our traditional trade in
textiles, surely she cannot com-
plain if the United States re-
serves the right to buy sugar when
and where it chooses, Cuba admits
that the United States is the most
important outlet for its sugar. On
the other hand, Cuba seems to
ignore the fact that it is the most
important foreign market for
American rayons and the second
most important market for Ameri-
can cotton goods.”

Cuba buys about 45,000.00 yards
a year of U.S. synthetic textiles,
or about 30 per cent. of all U.S.
exports. In cotton goods, Cuba re-
presents a U.S. market for
65,000,000 yards a year. If these
quantities are reduced, as a result
of the controversy over tariffs,
Britain may be able to step in
immediately to fill the gap in
Cuba’s requirements, especially
as Britain’s producing costs are
much lower than those of the U.S
textile mills.

One point must not be over-
looked in assessing Britain’s trade

possibilities in the Cuban market. |

It is that the tariff concessions
obtained under the Anglo-Cuban
pact will not be for Britain alone

but will be shared by all 38 coun-
tries which took part in the|
G.A.T.T., talks at Torquay last

year. Under the G.A.T.T., arrange-
ments, all member countries take
advantage of other concessions
granted by other member
countries,

_ Not only will Britain by fight-
ing U.S. exporters for a share of
the Cuban market, therefore, but
she will also be fighting exporters
in other European countries,
some of which can offer prices
even lower than the British levels
because y

their wages and other
costs are lower. If these other
countries can derive greater |

advantage than Britain from the
Anglo-Cuban agreement, it appears
that the sugar and cigar industries
of the British West Indies will
have been dealt a heavy blow for
nothing, ;







eu United Stat itself, a feat almost it is settled soon, it may harm —B.U.P
* Read 8
Our Readers Say
r . 2p
Water Polo Manager think of no one who could fill out that the Gascogne would be A Week's Holiday
this position more capably than going to Trinidad on 13th Septe .
5 t n apably é going é : Septem- s hie nies Sane seis
To the Editor, The Advocate, he. I think it can be definitely ber in aan : wiet ‘2 Gadsubrenl
SIR,—Having seen in the Advo- ‘Said that there is no other player Surely, when the time arises for erinvenon > a” bole a a
eate this morning, the Men’s who does as _much work in the — selecting a Manager, the most working people. : ae
Water Polo Team selected to go interests of this game, For exam- obvious lection should be one Holiday time is on, and many
7 : ; . > 7 . Yea} Sh . 7 . - -
to Trinidad, I would like to offer ple, the Ladies Water Polo Sec- who has shown such managerial of the City clerks are snatching
jome comment. Uon = st ted this season Paul interests the much needed rest and refrest
Foster was the one player who I cannot see anyone who could d rest ¢ refresh~
: g see anyone 0 ¢ ment afforded by the two weeks
Undoubtedly the selectors had a Showed interest in teaching the be a better Manager of a Water holiday given them although but
very difficult tack in selecting the Ladies the game., He was the Polo Team and extra Goalkeeper few can go to the seaside. Now
Men's team, especially as far as OMY one on many oc¢ sbe- in one, especially with his expe- one or two proprietors have told
the goalkeepers were concerned ore the season § actually started, rience and the interest he has the clerks they can only have one
The three goalkeepers asked’ to © be present on evenings to shoy shown, Many of the players will week, and in some cases ‘without
practise were Maurice Foster, Al- the Ladies how to throw tl ball gree with in saying that the pay F uy
bert Weatherhead and Paul Foster or referee a game for them, Ir interest Paul has shown in Water This is atrocious. and is a sound
The task was difficult, but Maurice tume there were others wt ame Po easily him “tops” aS reason for discontent. : 7
Foster, who has shown excellent to help, but th : aoe Mane Be) ae a aie Oe Will you tell me, Sir, if the re-
‘ int t from the all ! agre that the “tean : ; Sta senae
iho ma Sea i re t 3 Fe Poul ster 5 ri of 7 be be ums ‘wil 3 ne cently enacted Holidays with Pay
hough many s ill favour : i . ee mariedk we Raul's c 3ill permits employers to do this
Fos er re 1 i fe eric f ar Perhaps the mere rgention of
‘ Certainl the choice for the ¢ Gascog? oF this matter in your widely read
Manager sho one ho show Pa ! nev yper may ve the desired
most ag vit "a inter¢ fTex of brir thefe erring
needed cx a goall { \ W PO AYE! ers to TIRED CLERK
when choosing a Mana ci o enquire \ 151 38.51



has the right to}



BLINDNESS NEED NOT
MEAN IDLENESS

An American veteran of World War 1 who lost his |

sight in battle has found productive employment and

nermal fani'y

From The

LIVING proof that blindness need not rele-
gate a person to a life of idieness and help-|
lessness is furnished by an American veteran |
of World War II. He is Oris D. Rodgers, 37, |
who now is gainfully employed and leads a}
normal family life in the small State pt
Connecticut, located in the section known as |
New England, in the northeastern part of the |

United States.

Rodgers spent Christmas Day, 1944, with |
the Allied forces in Bastogne, Belgium, fight- |
ing the “Battle of the Bulge.” He put in a full
day of fighting. As the snow was getting
gray with the dusk, he and two other rifle- |
men were advancing on an enemy gun posi-
tion. They were poised with hand grenades. |

Christmas Day, normally a festival of light

/ and hope, in 1944 was the day when darkness |
came to Oris Rodgers. A shell exploded along- |

ide him, and robbed him of practically all |
‘is vision. All he remembers was seeing one |
man go down beside him, and then darkness. |
He still has very limited vision in one eye— |
enough, he says, to distinguish light from |
dark, to see shapes as they move across a}

room or down

life in

By CHARLES

United States
G. COGAN
Hartford Courant Magazine

the

a street.

To meet Rodgers is a surprise. He extends |
his hand, smiles, and immediately starts talk-
ing. When anyone nearby reaches to flick an
ash from a cigarette, he picks up the ash tray |

ind moves it closer.

Six years of physical and psychological re- i}
-abilitation have made these automatic move- |}
ments second nature to Rodgers. Today he is

a happy man.

| Rodgers now has a job with an electric
|company assembling electric switches. He

|does work on a riveter machine and a foot
press. He does the actual bench work putting
the switches together. He is married and the

| {ather of two children.

Before the war, Rodgers had an altogether
different type of job. He was one of a crew
| of men who drove new automobiles from the
| factories in Detroit, great midwestern auto-

mobile manufacturing city, to retail dealers

in southern cities. When he was drafted in
one of the first calls issued in America in 1940,
| Rodgers had little inkling of how the war
| would change his life.

| After his basic training, he was sent to the
| Aleutian island chain just off the Alaskan ‘
Coast, where he spent 32 months, The war
seemed to be drawing to a close in the autumn
of 1944, when Rodgers was called back to the
United States. He felt it would be only a
short time before the war ended and he could
return to his home. But the Germans made
one last desperate offensive, and Rodgers, and
thousands of other allied troops like him,
were rushed to Belgium to stem the on-

slaught.

|
|

is work there,

ble. Sympathy



both faced dur

h




tetry

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| Christmas days

”

Another thing

las Day

orwara to mé

To-day Rodgers can sit back and reflect on
his fate with a kind of wry smile. “It was
just our bad luck,” he says.

When Rodgers was returned from Europe
to the United States, he was sent to the U.S.
| Army’s rehabilitation centre for the blind at
a school in Connecticut. “To become bitter
|is the worst thing that can happen to you,”
says Rodgers. “I was irritable as could be at
first. Some fellows never get over that. They
think it is a disgrace to be blind.”

Rodgers did get over that feeling, however.
He realized, after a short time, that it was
just common sense to let people know you
are blind. “When I go out walking, I take a
cane and put on dark glasses, I know now
| there is nothing to be ashamed of.” Rodgers
began wearing glasses and carrying a cane
| when, one day, he was introduced to a man
in the village and literally stepped on his
| toes. “4t was embarrassing for both of us,”
Rodgers recalls.

Rodgers plans to spend the rest of his life
in Connecticut near his former school. “There
he says, “and they under-
stand blinded pepole better here,” he adds,
“perhaps because of the number of schools
for the blind in New England.” One thing |}
that Rodgers and nearly all blinded veterans | $
do not want is sympathy. They want to be >
treated the same as everyone else and be
left to care for themselves as much as possi-

is not needed nor wanted.
that all

‘ing five years of marriage.

Oris Rodgers has come a long way since

in 1944
any very

ahead

blinded people
should do is find work, according to Rodgers.
It makes them feel they are not helpless but |
|actually are contributing to community well-
being as well as maintaining themselves. |}
Judging from his performance to date at the
electric company, Rodgers is making his con-
tribution. His employer calls him one of the |
best workers in the plant. “He never seems |
to get distracted from his work,” he says.
Rodgers has some plans for the future too. |

| He has set aside one room in his attractive |
| house for his own private study. There he will |
set up his Braille typewriter, install bis dic-
| taphone machine, and thus be able to carry on |
| correspondence. Except for an occasional}
stumble over one of the children’s toys, his’
family life is as normal and happy as that in |
| most homes. This is due, perhaps, to his en-
| gaging good nature and his wife’s sensible
understanding of the problems they have

He and his family

happy

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,



R.E.C. HOLD FIRST PUBLIC SESSION

Fifth Oils
Report C



@ Frem rs 1
to fill any post by invitat fa
suitable application



received

The Committee propos t
make the appointments in Novem-
ber this year.

U.C.W.L. Finances

Members
containing

considered
suggestion

a p

per

by the

Tory M.P. Off

a

r T ze
lo West Indies
From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON
Mr. Bernard Braine, Tory
M.P. for the Billerievy Divis-
ion of Essex is a man who
believes in the Empire. And
Mr. Braine is not stay-at-home

M.P. either.
seizing every
acquaint himself with the
different colonies, protector-
ates and dominions. His war-
time service when he was on
the staff of Admiral Mount-
batten enabled him to attain
a sound working knowledge oi
South East Asia. Now he is
about to undertake a visit to
the West Indies, to see for him-
self the conditions existing in
the British Caribbean and to

He believe
opportunity

in
)

h

listen to the views of local
people on such items as the
Anglo-Cuban pact

Travelling by one of the Harri-
son line ships Mr. Braine expects
to arrive in Port-of-Spain about
August 26th.. He will see Sir
Hubert Rance, Governor of Trini-
dad, and will decide his pro-
gramme for the remainder of his

visit after this meeting
Five Weeks Stay

If possible Mr, Braine wants. to

visit all the main West Indian
territories during a stay which will
occupy approximately five weeks
But if he does not have time to
visit all the colonies he will con-
fine his trip to Trinidad, British
Guiana and Jamaica.

Only cre thing does Mr. Brai
expect to bring him back insids
the five weeks that he has allotted
himself for the visit. That is a
decision by Mr. Atilee to resign
and this. would bring about a
general election.

“We just cannot tell when the
next election will be’ Mr. Braine
told me this week There are
several reasons why it should be
to the advantage of the Labour
Party to go to the country thi

year and there are an equal num-
ber of reasons why it might be
better, from their point of view,
to try and wait until next year or
possibly even later. But if it does
come during the present recess
then I shall have to curtail my
trip to the West Indies and get
back as quickly as possible.” ~
As Secretary of the Conservative
Party West Indian Committee,
Mr. Braine has interested himseif
particularly in the Caribbean area
and during recent months has met
West Indian leaders Gomes, Busta-
mante and Grantley Adams while
they have been in this country.
He is conversant with such prob-
lems as that of over population
and the need for development. of
industry and is hoping to gather
further information from. local
opinicns on these subjects.
Particularly is he interested
in hearing West Indian reac-
tion to the signing of the
Anglo-Cuban trade agree-
ment. He wants to find out as
much as possible about this in
order that he may be fully
“briefed” to ask questions 1
the next session of Parliament
and to follow and understand

the West Indian moves which
may be made in the matter.
Mr. Braine who is 37 years of

Vice-chairman oi!
the Junior Imperial League. Dur-
ing the war he enlisted in the
North Staffordshire Regiment as a

ege was former



private and rose to the rank of
Lieutenant Colonel.

He has made frequent contri-
butions to the British Press on
matters affecting the Colonial
Empire and as recently as la
month wrote an article for the

Daily Mail in which he urged the
British Government to give the
West Indies a new deal.



Britons Send Food
Clothing To Jca

From page 1
Fund to be established by the Lord
Mayors and Mayors of the cities

and towns throughout Grez
Britain.
This Fund would almost cer-

tainly have been launched earli¢ Br
had the Lord Mayor been in tls
country. But in his absence there

was no one who could give the
necessary approval. It is honed
now that an early reply will be

received from New Ze aland and
that cities such as Birmingham
which have already expres d

















their willingness to raise funds wiil
be able to go ahead

A Committee is also to be es-
tablished in London t eal with
various goods and e ies whi
come in, Among th who v
serve on this Committee is sl
John Huggins, former Governor ¢ f
Jamaica.

Brigadier Daley, head of the
St. John’s Ambulance in London,
who was formerly in Jamaica, has
also ¢ red to return to the cole;
if he is needed

Sir Har nw
have bee n
since Mor ing
variou € 1 ‘
retur |







Ariguanm

1951




And Fats

onsidered























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ANIMATED OPINIONS

Goddard Gets
O.B.E. Insign

.

la

Varchioness

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CARMEN TRIGO VENA,
: who bas been working in a
foundry in Spain until re- Ken 1 Oval y da |
ty Ce cently in order to help he His Excellency the Gov- |
“ty : : mechanic husband with wn ‘ esenied the | (
? : en , | family income was aban the 3.E. to Mr } |
snoulid be dealt it « » > | i
Ri ticat | tania ned by her mother, the i Goddard, si | '
one peat lute Marchioness when she uccessful West In | }
* 43 - mee ip- was bern SU years ago. She tea hich toured j |
= . a special aubseaniy was adopted in Bilbao by 1950
? S sid 2 uld be Jat ended Jose Trigo and Isabel Pena, Skipper John Goddard was j }
I repres atives of the Uni- who moved te Valencia rded the O.B.E the k | |
versity College 5 where they are living as irthday Honours of His Majesty | }
} It we as suggested by representa- janitors of a humble apart. | the King. The presentation took |
tives that a meeting should be ment house place the end of play « the |
held in Jamaica in Septe Carmen was never told first day of the First Trial matel |
1952, for discussion, in ? bout here real parents until in preparation for the tish }
tion w representatives ¢ che married three years Crt tour Says Mr. Leo King: |
University Council, of draft « aso. She has now learned | : Excellency, who w: ae |
mat expenditure Col- that her real name is Maria | ©O™) nied by Lady Savage an “YOU CAN RE-LION IT |
lege during the five-year period del Rosario Isabel Clara Captain R. Daniel, A.D.C t
from August, 1953. mere Y¥ Cruze Alverez de ed pper Goddard good luc in BEING THE SWEET TREAT!”
Mr. Adams took the opportunity ieredia y Ximenez de Fon- t 7 ing Australian tour |
to intorm the meeting that he hac touberta new Marchioness the evening was bright and the |
ae al : SS aia Escalona del Valle t who took part in the |
ived a cable from Dr. Taylo 1 ;
Principal of the University Colleg She is the mother of 2 t game added to the cricket-
f + he 1 lies = y Sn = ttle daughter Carmencita, ing atmosphere, After the pres- ‘ |
of the est Indies stating th agea two, seen with her entation, which took place on a 6 |
ome buildings had been damas nother and she expects to spot where many other leading 0. |
but that the library had not re- take possession of her unex- W Indian cricketing personali- |
« ah d any severe damage pected fortune by Septem- ties must have crossed, the gath- MADE IN UK
meeting agreed that the ber. ering retired to the Players Pa- |
i xecutive Committee should un- She will then be the own- villon and drank to the health ae j
dertake this duty and should mee! er, among other assets, of : ipper Goddard ; j |
in J*maica as suggested by th ec small pataces, fifteen Hiis Exeellency, before pinning The Perfection of Confection |
Principal, with representatives of apartment houses, a cattle the insignia on skipper Goddard j
dis. University tialiede Clounell ranch and shares in several oat. read the followine- citation WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS.
and the College authorities seithen penels en — \4 B, Command of the King, con- LONDON. W.¥ |
ri esetas. She plans a ve I by H Majesty's
Aet Of Courlesy round the world trip as soon Prineipé secretary of Str ie re
1s she takes possession of the Colonie I present to you the
her i ari Ee ‘ era
On the matter of the appoint- ver inheritance, Insignia of an Officer of the Civil = .
ment of the Secretary who had s : Division of the Most Excellent Ns . " - }
accompanied the R.E.C. delega- =f ee“ “ British Empire { $f
tion, Hon. J. B. Renwick (Gr , : a a His Majesty the King was \y
ada), on whose suggestion 2 i Like For graciously pleased to make this] }) * . . i . oe x
Committee put on record their 4 Te ] Be ‘es award in recognition of your out- N k W 8 te i he MM kK XN i i
appreciation of Mr. Mc Cowan's ssault, ating ee whet ool: Vd ea Ber- }
work, s that > £ aS an : ; ados and to the West Indies.” } i
ot vf eases Ae ac a Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police On Wednesday evening a func
Pe ee ne s fe Carmen Trigo Pena, as she been know é Magistrate of District “A ve tio ; . . ores . :
ata +h: aces thy at , nown by everybody, has € ict ion was held by the Pickwick ‘ > »
ie he ieee cant Eee become the marchioness of lone del Valle qrisiden’ of Moats, terday fined Cuthbert Mayer ‘ Club in honour of fence Kwick or rHE POP LAR
g - llega culé a he owne f 3 hilicaheveh snc oh nine . : " z PPpaln, ant: , lanta : =
saleotdras-atiould have ween een in nd the owner of a fortune estimated at 93 million peseta i. Ae ae of _ ae Y Z veal a Goddard On this occasion he
all the governments about this -———— — vpre e a ai° COS O ve aid 1n was presented with a silver Cock-
é , - —- 1 dé fi one ) ‘
decision, It appears as if only - eaten oe a re “ tte month’s tail Shaker suitably — inscribed. |
iprisonmen Or aSsat za ” ae
some of the governments had been =~ ‘ besting Harold a saulting and he presentation was made by his}
informed. He had only mentioned O. ‘€ ne ZUuUe an The offence was committed ot in O Theres and ~ again nin
this bécause he felt in such mat- 2 ' sae | G S00 ee wished
ters on future occasions, all j ‘ ae ins cota taatt Aad oo _ Australia
Governments should be notified. ® a ry 9 ollymore Rock Road on Jul \mong thase who attended yes-
Certain Governments should not ouris S oO ( Os Mayers came up to hit Rraee Sea ee were Hon H. A
have been consulted on this mat- 5s a push, | saviee nd Mr. F. A. C. Clair-
ter and others left in ignorance. he pushed him he hit him POO'e: Sponsor Sir Allan and
Hon. C. A. Beaubrun (St = e oe stick on the right shouldei oe ollymore Mr. J. M. Kid
Lucia), expressed agreement with ee ] est 4 ver Another witne nid that he — oy rose 3 ree, Mr, J, N
this view. ‘ . 4 : When Mayers hit Cox with GoOCcara ; BN Goddard
As regards the matter of THIS ve: ; = the stick and he described the M*8. J.D. Goddard, Mr. and Mrs
expenses ef the delegation, THIS year Barbados has had its largest number of |} is “a hard one.” R , Furder, Mr. F F. Fie Id, Mr
Government had agreed to do visitors from Venezuela. Almost 300 more people from L. A, Waleott Mr A. E. C. Good
so by payments outside their Venezuela visited the island this year than the correspond- James Holder a labourer oi Ww " peipen te Meadeahd: Bh
‘i ibutions t egiona Pe] 7 ni ; . = ; : Spoone St ae i ovo:
contributions to the Regional ing period last year. The majority are Venezuelans but OE ee ee
Economie Committee. The Ex- some include Americans, British. A D yesterday ordered to pay a line
ecutive Committee of this body a f ot - . ‘ ‘ lities Ish, aoa ans, y h and peo- of 30/- and 1 costs in 14 day ee _
however, recommended that the t of other nationalities Who are working in enezuela or 4 days’ imprisonment for nm
: In July and up to A t 23 of the Vene ‘ ‘) ra c HURRICANE PRACTICE
expenses of the Delegation vee p to August 23 of the Venezuelan more enjoy- ha hi anita juarte! i,
should be met from the funds la ai year there were about 200 able all stores, hotels, guest properly maintained by Mr As in revio years. small ;
provided for the R.E.C. for 1951. . itors from Venezuela in Ba - houses and even taxi companies G. B. Griffith Acting Police Mas : . p us ars, a smeé
bados. For the same period this should have an_ interpreter in istrate of District \” hur ane relief wireless com-
9 S year about 250 have already had their midst The - erie : oy munications practice will be held
Com tee houldPay visas. : . New Guide j 4 : Oey wee Ww. W OM itted On on Sunday, August 26th., between
i “Ww , * i av v vieritt it € "
. Vf z . e 10 am and 2.3( ; 2
Hon. W. J. Raatgever (British Feds > all andon4 re nee ak The Barbados Publicity Com- Spector of Health was the com- eqderts sha feet Ti B20) i
Guiana) said that when the Exec- 54 the French Meare me mittee recently issued a new fold- ?!@!nant in the case cycles f
utive Committee had met, it was ° They sine ot the % ees hotels © and guide in Spanish Of this Ss) fter 7.20 bo This information ig released in | .
felt, that as they had spent but ang guest houses, At present the Mr. Vernon Knight said,, “It is BRORGY: REPOR, TeRU, Bells; SORETH 5 iny listener hould pick |
little of their allocation for 1951, Aquatic Club "Ocean View Hotel, ©! inestimable help to the visitors day the bicycle O—142 owned up any messages that would }
and as money would have to be fiastings Hotel “Rove Hotel, from Venezuela who only speak ridden by ‘ ace Small was otherwise mislead them
voted again next year, they paradise Beach Club and Sandy Spanish. damaged when we involvec
7 2 + € s ‘ « Oc “cle it . ot SD
thought it would be better for Beach Guest House are all fille About the increase of the visite 7 C 348 : ‘a ‘ t ;
the Committee to pay this year ,, tien eats from Venezuela, he said; “It Car bron owned and driven by |,
3 ? p. it i understoo that the : : “teen Trait \ tae Tae fleeting are already sing
the expenses of the delegation windsc; avid M fe gag two very quite de‘inite if this develop- Eve rton Waithe on Charl R 3 : WeGONIT e already being
rather than take the money from j hotels n hah full ent gues o1 t e certainly will Bridge, St. George lhe Barbados Turf Club began
the Governments. . ae Te $ not be anythin like sufficient i : j ‘ = erud a
reNTeact Goeeey Rik -eoudiitin cs Apart from. these there are MU ) Oya ay ieu® house: ACUOMEO The Princess Alice Playing field | books ye terday nore
es : * . rs & merous other boarding place ee . . ne ar — . terd © ( . ut \ and B were on the roac
my own colony—when we go back that are filled and some people dation for tourist visitors to the “i ee I ia : il ; die i i the pave Marte Oppol ite
ey Sale at . ike ‘ ee : di 1 ming winter activity ( chool childre We \ 1
« ie athe REC. ancient er See aehiemamrs th f oe ae oe eit took time off fre their lessons William Fogarty’; many _ ticket ‘
r : ..B. ers ugust is the peak month for . ‘ ferme ci ‘ were elling yesterday, gS i
must see the balance sheet of the ven¢ zuelan visit Iti thi The Police Department i 1 to play. ie a te HS ba Ct va Thi taglent is the a complete range of sizes in
R.FE.C. They will see the mone€y month that L.A.V u their (72m to ‘cater to the vastvor Trot er oa aie t e; ‘ th big 1 one me {
expended by the Committee, and planes to Barbados direct from Venezuéla. Many of their sign oO ued with ‘ ate; aut this 0 d pri win the big m all the best shades i
I think when they discover that Venezuela The L.A.V. agents ! pecially those leading to the not prevent he chil n fro
j > . ing YZ ant where »h ing ood tim
the Committee have a tremendous sre to be congratulated on having Licensing Depa tme je whe - the aving a goo t )
surplus, they are not going to vote qa staff as well as porter who visitors go to get their driving a ‘ lad ake a et ee
the same amount as this year. If speak Spanish. This is of tre- licenses, are printed in both oe sh at lings om ise
< $s os “hie eo ‘ “ke wx the corr Novembe:
we had expended this money, it mendous benefit to the Venezue- Spanish and English. b ti¢ ets for the
would have been all right, but we lan visitors who did not speak \ L . ~~ ” == i
have not spent any money yet, English There are many visit- a ‘}
v3 z , ; r
except for refreshments. The ors in July also, AGRIC ULTURAL ED DUCA TION } if
Executive Committee therefore Heavy Bookings |
felt that it would be better to pay fae o oe = / acy at a Me =
the expenses of the delegation out ie ee oe re oise le ne AD VISER IN 7 RINIDAD a |
of our funds so that this tremen- . : pene : ae en ge / |
: F 5 » leaving for Venezuela on Monday N / P
dous balance would not be shown. : : 7 ‘ . ; 5 alte t te —£ { ’
Hon. A. Gomes (Trinidad) re last took back 24 passenger Mi I, Hotchkis Assistant tablishment of a Farm Institute ”
» A. r 1S t = } a r ' ~
e Another plane which leaves to- Ady r for Agricultural Educa- » be sited in Trinidad Che In-
rre hi \ dosvibad. aac v / ‘ .
ferred to what he ae scribed a , iy is expected to return with tion to the Comptroller for Devel- stitute will provide residential
peculiar complex from which a similar amount It is under- opmer ind Welfare vent sricultura| training at an inter
the West Indies suffered stood that they are very heavy T i esterd A nediate level Governments con- I CS T
Members had all had the expe- bookings for the 5] ane ah A 1wust ° fi ened. ha ci alread y en | D E I H
rience in their own particular 97 ang August 31 ‘to go back ti Mr. Hotehki vi is accom- their approval in principle; final
colonies. he said, that when ped= Venezuela inied by his wife, wil] be ih iancial detail are at presen |
Bets e asked to go abroad as Da Costa & Co., Ltd. is one of idad foy several months. At under discussion, and agreeme |
represe a itives, a strange reaction the few cit firms that employ the request of the Governments is hoped for within the next fev j
was produced among certain me2m=- gn interpreter Miss Rosalie concerned 3arbados, the Lee- months. |
bers of the community Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ward Islands, Trinidad and_ the A Colonial Development and |
, Vernon Knight, has been doing Windward Island he i to ifare rant of £50,000 ha
More Say: More this job for the past year. She continue the preliminary inves- been promised towards the initial}
E. dit works in the office but whenever | tigatior into the scheme for the sts.
en re Venezuelan who cannot speak ‘
wepenatu Englch vats estore che’ ££ @& ak &@ @ eA Ba
“They seemed to say Why 8s 8 medium between the clerk’
should these fellows go? They and the visitor, ‘a I N Ss Is oT Oo N
A few other city firms employ}

are going to spend public money
and they are going to have a good
time.”

The people of

the. West Indies

had to face the fact that if they
wanted io have a more important
place in the general scheme of
things, they had to realise tha
they must spend more money to
elevate their position.
“For a long time we have
been clamouring for represen-

tation on important conference

with the United Kingdom, to

discuss matters that are of great
importance to the West Indies

I feel therefore, that the people

of the West Indies nyust realise

that this is going to entail ir
creased expenditure.

“TI feel that the best thing, for
the reason stated by Mr. Raat-
gever, is that the present matter
hould | the financial responsi
bility of the» Regional Econon
Committee from the funds that
have been alrea allocated to it
I think the pe of the Wes
Indies will appreciate the work
that has beencdone. I think
should support the recommenda-

e Executive Committee

tion of tt
for the reasons already stated,’



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vitation of tk e Yu x0 xy Govert 54” wide 22’ Square. Each 7fe. $1.06
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the British bu Br tons state th Your Fullest Enjoyment. 53” X% 70 ” Each $4.26 52” Square. Each $3.02
this time Iranians would e to af eas wash go to London. The general Iran- CARR'S TABLE ye TER BISCUITS k 53 o 52” Eech Multi Colour Damask Cloths
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
Fon RENT Reds Say Allies Tried Ti | |
‘ited

S.\., Sinai lees’ niet vases cx] HOES AIOEY tes Tried To GOVERNMENT NOTICE
TULEPHONE 2506 96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24 o Sad 2 - - ————
words 3 cent; m a a ~{
Sra Kill Peace Negotiators ssteiines! inhi ta sas Goateet we: Oe aa abe
For Births, Marriage e#r Ergagément — a wenvon is crawn to cl on OF Frict Lete eee . Sed
innouncements in Carib Calling the FOR SALE | HOUSES Fi oe Order 1951, No, 26 ber fe yink : F
sharge is $3.00 for any number of words | teks | * } e he rage 1 I jined at the advance base/Gazette of Thursday, 23rd Aus 951 , 24 9.51
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each inimum charge week 72 cents and| “CLIFTON SERRACKOTC an cootnocs complaints of Kaesong neutrality camp at Munsan, 15 miles s :
~ai ‘ ; —To 3 é at I San, 15 miles south- .
additional word. ‘Terms cash. Phone 2808 96 ag Pog wend <- over 24} tonnes dhe ye ciatg tet septoved agreements. — west of Kaesong and 21 miles 2, Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and ret one
Notices only after 4 p.m. - wort on Sundays; SM &) Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All. Some United Nations sources northwest’ of Seoul pending) pee Se ee rere ee. Oem me, SOO
3 i | modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. believed that the Reds may hae curther developments. | sro Baaaiabalaanieipicratitiysntiricesliltaiines : -
athe charge for Suneticemenss of ei ele 3.8.51—tf.n. broken off the talks temporari Official sources said that Brit-|_ a FURNITURE
cagements, and 'n Memoriam notices. is AUTOM BEDROOM FLAT just to test the United States re- ain ugreed with the United States | ARTICLE | WHOLESALE RETAIL PRICY
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays OTIVE (1) One-Bedroom Fiat at “Abtrgeidie”, | @CtiOn, to the possible resumptign view that the breakdown in the | | (not more than) >
ioe by Wodhoas AC weed Gn 46 06. ana | Ree — from Ist September next Of all-out warfare in Korea: It is Kaesong truce talks was a Com- 2 yn - | AUCTION
3 cents per word on week-days and AES Dean ane ene Denn hand coveentiala tase =| vply to C. Field. Dial enn said that the Communists obvious- munist “frame-up,” and probably | Pork—Salte d:— } |
\ S a @n Sundays for each | in good condition. Hydraulically operated | —————__________om6o© "~~" !ly hoped that pressure from would be the signal for a renew-| (a) Neck Bones, — ; $49.00 per tre ss | Wednesday, 29th August
4 7 : a Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between FLAT on Biue Waters Terrace, newly Americans at home and from ed Communist drive against the | Neck Ribs, Finn | than 256 Ibs. or 5 per |
DIED a.m, and 4 p.m 23.8.51—t.f.n. eee with spacious epee Phone other members of the United Na- United Nations in Korea. “The Bones br}. of not less than 192 | at 11.30 a.m.
+ LL 42 1-—t.. , z . : 7 > a4 - - “> 7 = — 7
FIRLD—On. August $294, 1961, Frances}, .CAB—One Ford Prefect 1948 Madel In | ammeieestentnenpeteteeeenenns et HONS would force She Allied dele back down was not unexpected,” | Ibs. or 15c, per Ib. in lots | ,
i Ann, Her funeral leaves the resi-| perf€ct condition, for particulars apply:| FURNISHED BEDROOM —With use o: &@tion to yield to Red demands for 9 qualified Government official of not less than 25 lbs l17c. per li ok oe :
| dence of her nephew, E. C Field at! B'dos Agencies Ltd. Ring 4908. kitehen, for lady or couple. Situated sea-|2 ceasefire line along the 38th caid ‘It has long been suspec ? ty r
q - I s ) suspec- \ ; aitinee
ae tsk Weateee oe 56 een ae Phone 4796 tee eo parallel. The talks have been ted that the Communists were (b) Feet, Ears | $55.50 per tre. of not less Hi 18 t “Fernin
Rufus E Field, Ernest C. Field and| CAR: Morris 8. 1947 Model in good | ——- ' —™ deadlocked since July 27 on this using the truce talks as a cover! Stomachs | than 336 Ibs. or $31.15 per | St. Michae
C. Herbert Field Working order, tyres very good. Dial| | “SUNSET’.—St. James, belonging to ‘SU, and even a four-man sub- for their consolidation in readi-| |brl. of not less than 192 ; are tr
RASA On “Alpen Bod. TOR. 98 What | memeeneemerrmeeermeeeamee | Bepheitlion ely Ferctohed ne on lindo ee ioe en ele *to ness for dn all out drive.” | Ibs. or 17c, per Ib, in lot Tee
residence, Tudor Bridge, St, Michael,| CARS: (1) 1946 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938 YEARWOOD & BOYCE find a compromise solution. An «ficial petated out that * of not less than 25 1} 19c, per
Josephine Healis, The funeral will| Vaux Hall 14—6. Apply: Cosmopolifan James Street The Rvus proxe off the Korean roughout the period of talks ' , : t 8 Din-
leave the above residence as 30 p.m. | Garage, Magazine Lane. Dial 3915. j 14.8.51—t.¢.n, armistice talks, because they here has been an “aid for| (¢) Heads 1 $68.50 per tre. of not les i Sideboard, Cutle
- y s , x s “ ” + > » ns ¢ i Pp C ey “)
pean dkte uate RinEee Cand 21.8,51—Sn | Waatee ohare blamed a “bombing incident Korea" programme carried out {than 33 |i or $38.55 | ! fror eau
Henrietta Blackman — (daughters), CAR—One 10 H.P. Vauxhall Car in| Chureh. Available ete hatte ae took place in Kaesong. The Al- in Connie China, including per bri. of not les _ than & : ree ¢
Gordon Healts (srandion), Beryl} excelient_ condition. Apply Straughn's|Purrished or unfurnished. For Viewing lies called it a frameup. . the collection of funds for the! } 192 Ibs. cr 2tc. per lb. in ; a 3
St. John (grand-daughter). Garage, Roebuck Street Apply Raiph Lenard, Lower Bay Street United Nations Command, pi 1ase of planes, tanks, and} lots of not less th 2 > r -
. IN MEMORIAM rh Sh 20 | Phone see 22.8.51—3n moreover, said that the suspen- heavy artillery for Russia and | Ibs 123c. per lb ’ : '
“t 1}, VAUXHALL SALOON 12 h,p. 197| PU = ——— sion of the meetings obviously hor satellites. The breakdown pes ; | =
SPENCER; In loving memory of Inez}MOdel in Al condition — Diai 4616 | BLIC SALES required high level decision was also designed to postpone| (4) Short Ribs, $79.90 per tre. of not | Mal end : Piece
Spencer who died-on 2th: August courtesy sans age CHEVROLET Saloon in| Ten cents per agate line on week-days ‘Which could scarcely have been any further parley until after! Riblets, Spare than 336 Ibs. or $45.15 | - & ‘ .
ine . ‘ Cate vaition — Dial 4616 Courtesy | and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, ‘secured in the brief interval after ihe San Francisco Conference on | Ribs, Finns per bri. of not less than | Be Table ope:
Asleep in God’s beautiful garden, ; G&T@se. 23.8.51—3n | minimum charge $1.50 on week-day the alleged raid.” They said that Tapanese neac “ 192 Ibs. or 25c. per. Ib if ) Tabi
Away from all sorrow and pain, ~ | and $1.80 on Sundays. BE Aud . mat e Japanese peace treaty. | ita Aa et: Aaa tae Loe : : ‘ ible
Some day when life's journey is| _UVORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 14 | ee, the “availability of this decisim —U.P. ‘ ; t 5 lan % r with Mi Tele Stool, (A
3 oS 1e above V , c
ended— mer ame see eet ang io pe REAL ESTATE |to the colonel in charge of the | Te. per We ogy Dee aad
We shall met you (mother) again. ply: F. &. + fiemest Communist liaison office con _ a América ; 5 = Petnie
Ever to be remembered by—Isab mott, Eimins Byetyn M.8.5)—18 proximately 100 PB he vad ee: Arma the fraudulent nature :af Ja ? D t d Jowls, Head- than 336 lbs or $48.40 per Wardrabs with kc g mirror Grdank
tle eens FURNITURE It has open verandah, drawing and be a is Mma — ne ps efeate } skins, Scalps, rl. of not less than 192 | Irecsing Tuble with Stool, Polished
+. ‘4 ining rooms, 3) bedrooms, sanitary CGaMage anc © wide aistriou- es ™ ’ | Boneless Head, Ibs. or 27c. per Ib. in lots ‘ Shoe Rack, Card Table,
PUBLIC NOTICES PORTADECK" CHAIR: Ideal for | arrangements, kitchenette and garage.|tion of planted evidence suggests NEW YORK, Aug. 23. | Bean Pork, Lips |of not less than 28 ibe. ie aii Painted Bed-
tT sien beach, garden, in camp, on ship ete. | rice very attractive. Also a few 2 ‘| strongly that a metal scrap might Japan's Jiro Kumamaru, and E : . Kitchen Table,
en cents per agate line on wee vs Entirely new in design and construction | land:at Maxwell Road. Apply D'arcy " t . . ’ ‘ging Press, Large
Gnd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, -overall weight 6% Ibs. Many other | Scott, Magazine Lane jhave been dropped by Commu- Fumiteru Nakano both were de- (f) Clear, Belly Green Painted
ann cenaros te on week-days attractive features Contact: Ss. P.| 24.8.51—2n | mist aircraft with very small ex- feated in the quarter-final play Pork, Mess Pork | $55.80 per bri. of not less | t nted Morris Chair, Bed-
“ Af corey Fhe CP, Hee ne Ss aH COUNTRY HOUSE” © plosives such as grenades to cn Thursday in the Schroon Crest Fatback Pork than 192 lbs or 8lec, per, | rite Fables . Painted Press (6
PARISH OF St. JAMES Cares aE: Ee Smee | ileie Btatn” house i ome. of the |Mark the drops.” They said that Lawn Tennis Tournament. Robin Boneless Belly, | lb, in lots of not less than Orewa, hotles hind seattaae
NOTICE LIVESTOCK best distritts with 20 acres of land at|No United Nations aircraft were Willner of Los Angeles beat Ku- Butts + 25 Ibs, 33c. per Ib Folding ard Deck C
Applications for the post of Nurse at | —— eri ee Ideal position !over the Kaesong area during the mamaru 6—4, 3—6, 7—5. in a LL Kit Cha Gallery Fur
St. James Almishouse will be received] MARE: Thoroughbred mare First Flight | Scott atmsceine eee ins to Darey A. |night, and there is no Allied ar- match carried over from Wednes- : ae ; Kitchen Cabinets, Larders and
; Scott, 5 ays : » & ght ; : Witewe? « ila . . 2 ; : ee
oe the undersigned up to Saturday the| by Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply: me MneeaiNg: Lane. TAA! we 8.s1-2n (tillery in position capable of day night when darkness stopped (b) ae ae: Eggs and ‘Eggs—Imported Manaien Large mahi
h September 1951. F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184. S1—8n Pos to: Kaesong ee irade “A” have been deleted in their entirety from th rk bench
Applicants must be fully qualified as 24.8.51—3n | rare -—— j firing into maAeSONs. ; play. : Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1951 € Mattr
a nurse and midwife, The Salary $86.00) ———— moecrer new gabled shed 34° x 267 However, it was said that Allied Whitney A. Reed of California, No. 22 oh d Cri yele (as new) Child's
e th e wi new est quality hee io 5 i defes Jak: 98 ao eck - enk Bb Ww hing Machines,
BA Oe eRe i 5. 3 3b MECHANICAL gnuge galv. Corr, Sheets 2” x 4” fi | Fac ar picked up an_ unidentified le oo! aicano 2—6, we ; | 94 6.61.-—in i ted. Drastina’ eee
duties on the 5th September and white pine with stone pillars faircraft west of Kaesong, two on nursday morning. re Jap- _2und August, 1951 Med Ca Mirross, Rise
P H. TARILTON, ADDING MACHINES—'‘Just received 1 New Shed 2% x 14° Covered with hours before the alleged raid. anese now go to For Hills to ee I k ir Portable Gramo
Clerk to the Board or Poor] }! eae of ot Obit ae ates aN m 4” fir and white'Meantime, Vice Admiral Joy. begin play on Saturday in the ph : Ele Hot
Ww ardic m wv odel, apply Geddes Grant Ltd., ne we eavy -yallava t Vv. Ww. ann . ¢ 1 States ° Plate 4 r Oil Stove, Sew
aa aes Law Guardians St, James Prahe eas. 8.517 | CLARKE, Ivy Lodge, Ivy rRoad |the chief U.N, truce delegate and Ueated ge Singles Champion eur ate pre, Say
pills aecieiremeceniaateatie talaga Atte 23°8.51—2n |others of his negotiating team ships.—U.P, stond, Tennis Net, Lawn Mowe
NOTICE ADDING MACHINE—"One second — ame 4 t Gla China Kitcher
; hand Adding Machine, small keyboard, The undersigned will set up for sale at ~~ on Pauytee Fs Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 doubie
PARISH OF St. PETER , and two second hand Remington Type- | their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge- ingle.) Smali Ecko Radio, Also
The Parochial Office will be closed on} writers 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,| town, on Wednesday, the 29th day oi e 4 varied agssortment of mise
August 28th 1951 Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n | August, 1951, at 2 o’clock:— 2 t s Pb ‘ N ti ] St shi . items
G. S. CORBIN, 200 Shares Barbados Shipping & f \* , a na ian a Jona eams vip &
Parochial Treasurer Trading Co. Limited. | ave oh ‘a a: CASH ON FALL OF HAMMES
23. 8.51—4n POULTRY 163 Shares — Barbados Foundry Ltd a + | ee ap eae ats neni as
edad sak Radek nd tale tcl Unidata ateh tel dads 300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative | Pa _—_— | SOUTHBOUND AU CTIONE ERS
3 NOLICE POULTRY: 7 Rhode Sleeve eat Cotton Factory Ltd. | k s, (5 Pul- COTTLE, CATFORD & Co ‘
Wanted by the Vestry of St. Peter | lets, 2 Cockerels) about to lay, hatched 22.8.51-6n —/| ‘tie . Montreal [Malifax Boston Barbados
loan of £1,500 under The Saint Peter's] trom imported eggs trom English pedi- | _ 2 re ate at aa GE: Ses we ke Aue John yd. abs don
Parish Loan Act, 1951 : gree laying stock, Price $5.00 each or That very desirable business premises E lc “RUIS o¢ a. oe oe o—
Principal repayable by £150 per annum | g39 09 5 . . na ~~ CAN, CRUISER 29 Aug | Sept Sept
jnterest at not more than four cents 7a the lot, or exchange value for | known as No. 22 Swan Street occupying | CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Sept i Sept 20 Sept i
terest a *| Cow of twice weight poultry, Dial 3394. | a corner site and standing on 2520 square ane, a. LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sept 24 Sept 4 Oct Cc 0.
A splleatich#.for ‘fie sbove oad . will 24,8.51—3n | feet of land. 4 CAN, CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept Oct 10 Oct
Applications for the above loan Inspection on application to the tenant > LADY NELSON 10 Oct. 15 Oct 15 Cet 4 O A.F.S,, F.V
be received by the undersigned up to MISCELLANEOUS Mr. F. 8. Nicholls e a. SN Ebest . et es f a. A.
x : 7 . 8 7
August * 1951 G. S. CORBIN This property will be set up to Public The Only Pain Reliever Sea a a aaa ne Phone 4640
a ee ade aoe TTERIES—. « i con petiiton on Friday 3ist August 195) OUND > * Perr
28.8.51—4r cr at es one Truck Batteries” ime seretere. at 2'p.m. at the office of the undersigned tai in Vitamin B | re Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Plantations Building
22.8.51—4n Gusbiciead Mr 1k clodia, “Shane us CARRINGTON & SEALY. | con n g 1 Barbados Varbados Boston Halifax Montreal . a
—— i . : 51—12n | LADY RODNEY 26 Aus Aug. 6 Sept 4 at IL Sept s
NOTICE setaaae ade Soo I aa a le ao | If you have a pain you don’t have to wonder grwwrrnrorrry LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. #7 Sept. 28 Rept 2 Get = —>
We should like to inform the general wr 19.8.51—4n | AUCTION what to take, You must take YEAST-VITE 8 LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 1 Novr
public that we will be closed for our] , ws | Tablets) YEAST-VITE is the ONLY pain RELIEVES 2
Annual Vacation from 27th August to CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New i eas ieee which ALSO c the tonic Vitami
35th Se ber 1951. I ‘al Optical C a . + price | reliever which ALSO contains the tonic Vitamin
gl HO Se ae ee Os aes dollars. it ee ee UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | By. You will be overjoyed with the result. Your YOUR PAIN ER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A t |
a a inaiiainllcininistonibinnees | Cte 5 men anlar to dee ; pain will vanish quickly, and you'll feel ever so $ GARDIN ” -—Agents. |
— penne y instructions received from the In- | # n ’ $ : '
WANTED sarror ee ner: New ship- surance Co. I will sell on Friday August | much better, 2 MAKES YOU |
ment in 10 lovely designs 35” wide $1.12] 24th at the General Motor Bus Co., $
per yard. Usual discount to wholesale| Nelson St. (1) A-40 Austin Van’ | For HEADACHES, NERVE PAINS, s FEEL WELL wen ROYAL NETHERLANDS —— oo
purchasers, Visit, Kirpalani, 52 Swan | (Damaged in accident). Sale at 2 p.m. | COLDS, CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS 3. | co eee }
HELP Street. Dial 4715 24.8.51—1n |Terms Cash. VINCENT GRIFFITH VEAST-VITE” is. revistered Trade Mark rannnnnnnnnes STEAMSHIP ° ") \) |
—_———_—_—— | Auctioneer 21,.8.51—4n | FROM AMSTERDAM x \) R4 |
COOK -Experienced Cook “female foreae Seta. ene Navy Blue warm | ‘OR—30th August 1951 i}) \} °
i ’ ale, inter Coat. Specially for travelling PERSONAI | M.S. HELENA-—7th September 1951 } ,
ilolder woman preferred. For small family | The Modern Dress Shoppe ls | | M.S. BONATIRE—ith Septer pr 195) Wd ag " - 1 }
jin small country house, Must behave 23.8.51—2n wdetbsakabstic SAILING TO PLYMOL AND vith Cie., Gle., Transatlantique \
Cwithl “dignity ) and produce thoroulg hy | cetera eee The public are hereby warned against D GST AMSTERDAM i} \ aba ADO™
\, Satisfactory references as to cleanliness DRUMS—Five hundred empty drums| giving credit to my wife, CARLOTA MSs WILLEMSTAD.-\Ith September )) ne ¢
honesty and ability. Write Box B Advo-| at $1.50 each. Apply K. R. Hunte & | GRIFFITH (nee SPRINGER) as I do not 1951 Li
‘eate. 23.4.51—4n | Co, Ltd. Dial 5027. 18.8.51—6n | hold myself responsible for her or anyone | b SATMLAING TO PARAMATIBO 1) SAILING TO \
el eise contracting any debt or debts in my | 19. More AND BG ) aol Sica i & CO
FEMALE experienced in operating Sew- FISHING BOAT: Lady P. Perkins,| name unless by a written order signed | M.S. STENTOR—13th Septernber 1951 |) ENGLAND & FRANCE , e
»ing Machine Skilled operators only | Upper Bay Street, Burke’s Beach. In| by me ‘| ‘ oe SAILING TO TRINIDAD, rl
should apphy in person to Paul Wilkins | good fishing order, Apply: Arthur Knight, ALFONSO GRIFFITH, | Ui b PARAMARIBO AND BG “COLOMBIE” September 2, }))
& Co., Corner James & Coleridge St FReckles Hill, St. Michael Union, | 8 8. COTTICA—27th August 1951 1951, via Martinique, Guada )
} 24.8.51—Ln 24.8.51—1n | St. Joseph. | M.S. BONAIRE—24th September 1951.1) done { |
——— we ea | 23.8.51—2n | SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND | pe
‘ nee eit fepeicngteteh es of PAIN fades right out when you take | j and rolls | j CURACAO " R
Knowledge 0 athe = wor elpful.| ASPRO. Actions speak louder than aa . | ERA—27th A t 1951 ) (
Aply Manager, Lower Estate Factory. words—-ASPRO anion: is safe and effec- 4 i ¥) A ssrd Focharnnes 1951 Ht )) FOR SALE ||
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21,8.51—6N, tive. ASPRO relieves Baekache—Head- | ei te P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD )) SOUTH BOUND ({
. af Pe tae : eche—Pains in the limbs and joints— | 4 | Agents {))) : ( t St
| Feverishness. Remember there is only one | FOR 1 HRUST } ie egy LOMBIR” 22nd August { " . tone
———s- | ABPRO 19.8.51—11n | . & | | pea cees i COLOMB are August, ot ound construction |
; ne ceveenenieejrnnindiinenpieeaeneaiatemehtitimaemmeen | | SASS \ 05 ocntes poh yids’ |
House Wah land ot mDullding Site] _ PIANO: One Piano (Jewitt): Apply to | . @ From rage 1 | THE MV. “CARIBBER” \ Cailing at Trinidad, Ta §} ontaee: wirer alas cae eee
pear Sea preferred. Leave fancy prices | Louisa Worrell, Bank Hall Cross Road, /into the tray on a large scale for | | i) Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena & ee '
er et x 9° 5 2 ; % , * , oe tf " , - : ’ . “— ‘ ithing )
out. Looking for good bargain, Call 8225 | ©pposite Roxy Theatre. 23.8.51—2n | the first time. wit eee tite nd eee ) and Jamaica Sorin a Geel
: 7 « ") tinct ep nN AEA ote ' otha as ct Will accep argo t ‘ ed
with particulars 20.8.51—6n | “ELANES: Just recelved a shipment | However Ldute nant Gene | for Dortiniga, Antlsis, | i ' with
of Wood-Working Planes for all purposes | James A. Van Fleet, Commander eat . St. Kitts. Sailing 14 : sae } c ound
re oe POC IO Laurie Dash & Co., ‘Tudor Street. Phone lof the Eighth Army said last week | Prigne ay a . fi i Accepting Passengers, fhe I I per
~ > | 5061 24.8.51—3n | . mon =r , | \\) Cargo and Mail tt { le te
NEWS FLASH! $ |his forces are ready for any : ) vt Rota
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54 -.» and we will order for you wel forces gave Reds a foretaste of Will accept Cargo and Passengers \ nt .
X Ammident Toothpaste haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.,/ what Pe in store for them, in a for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba, })\ | !// wo & ( r { {| \ BUNGALOW lame rast
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® pe on SARDINES: Just opened, zenuine/ central front during the past : yy AGEN’:S ‘ |
R FIR R | Portuguese Sardines in eure olive ot | week | B.W.t. SCHOONER OWNERS ) } - 14 t 1
s, S 36 cents per tin. Cannot be repeate . 7 ; - | } ASSO. Ine } » ttt gn i
1% eraniaeten ‘ eae at this price and they do not repeat A special communique said aaa f Hi Phone {
Fr hm RIZE ...... $15, y | Arply: Evelyn, Roach & Co., Ltd.. Pro-| South Korean First Corps and Consignees, Tel. No. 4047 i - SRSA
eat % THIRD PRIZE ....... > 5.00 vision Store, Rickett Street, sor, Bohne South Korean elements of th~ t
’ f In 25 words ss j 4672 4623 —3n : - —-—
7 UR ga tae maemo - Tenth Corps killed or wounded’ WEEDS NO REFRIGERATION—AS EASY TO USE FEE
ce ees 7% — ,| —————_--—-—__—-—- — | an estimated 9,000 North Korean f t ‘
ds ae prefer Ammident troops in the “most severe action AS OLD-FASHIONED PERISHABLE YEAST pe »~PORTUNITY WI Xastment io this fashionable 1 na :
5 PROREP ARES RANE 5, R. LOG | en the Unitea Nations tront since ; ) WE WOULD WELCOM) THE OPPORTU! slain 6 deed, cont ata aa
Rte t pede tcreetag bere See fon 1 : cee @ Fieischmann’s Dry Yeast stays pressed yeast cake in any recipe. To- i ORDERS FOR )
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"SR a flattened AMMIDENT I li B. er ost; Shelf. If bake at h t For Your Health's Sake —t Gays { anal Saas
m n Carlisle Bay re still fighting to wrest Crees 2s tae ee WL eaneeny ae bell ry ’ a 7 oi Bi | Modern Bungalaw. construeted li
toothpaste box to K. R. : oe po oh ape Pea western-| Fleischmann’s for better results. Fleischmann’s Dry Yeast dissolved WHITE LEAD iv OIL and Ti {h1}} 1930 with 1h” stone wall and
Hunte & Co., Ltd. M.V. Lady Joy, MV. Sedgetield, Re . “ ast | Just sprinkle into lukewarm water, in fruit juice, milk or water. Like H heavy asbestos roof. There i
Yo Yacht Marsaltese, Schooner Mary M.|most hills of the ridgeline wes 7 = ' ae _ large L-St living room
Pas 4 3 send a or ae % Lewis, Schooner United Pilgrim S|! o¢ Kaesong from Communists Let stand 10 minutes. Then stir, old-time foil yeast, it helps tone 1 I MPORTE ay) double hedrooms built«i
% of entries but each entry Schooner Philip H. Davidson, M V. Vel- i nd! One package equals one com- up your system, | " , f Sd wardrobes, kitchen, pant
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$ E il p * | Schooner Lydia Adina S., Schooner were predicted ‘ ‘ , . lation, garage and 2 servant
g ntries will be Judged on Cloudia S., Schooner Franklyn DR, — { oS WD - d. Mh = : rooms The ground bout “ar
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PAGE EIGHT



Hunte Top Scores As First Trial Opens

A. HOLDER BAGS
FOUR WICKETS

THE FLRST TRIAL
ng goodwill cricket tour
terday at Kensington Oval.

GAME in

preparation for the
to British Guiana began yes-
Mr. Charlie Taylor’s team

occupied the wicket for the entire day to make 198 runs fo

s of nine wickets
It w
paced, giving
low bowlers got a lot of spir

} 1

the 1

easy no assista

Although having the advanta









as a day of dull crick

t. The wicket was dead and
nee to the fast bowlers. The
1 Out of the pitch but the ball



lagged, giving the batsmen time to punish the bowling.

se, the batsmen got their runs





slowly
Mr. Keith Walcott, skipper of K Bowen c Bradshaw b C. Alleyne 4
the other tean von the toss but ae wece 88) 5
4 ' bi wor M rahe ul ¢ Mullins not out 0
eciaed to send Mr. Taylor's team Extras: b 2, Lb. 2, w 1
Mne teams were Totae {for 9 wks ”
Mr. Keith Walcott’'s XII—K. Fall of wickets: 1 for 56, 2 for 10.
Walcott, N. S. Lucas, R. St. C. for 113, 4 for 1 for 140, 6 for 14
1 7 for 177, 8 for 192, 9 for If
Hutchinson, C. Alleyne, A. At- ; Bow! sian ANALYSIS
F. King, C. Bradshaw, C. B. oO M R W
wie C. Best, A. Holder, E. W. F. King 9 I 23 )
: reas Cc, Bradshaw 13 2 29
Uave, G. Proverbs f Cc. Alleyne 9 0 44 1
Mr. Charlie Taylor's XIT—A. M. A. Holder 22 2 58 i
fuylor, H. Kidney, E. Atkinson, 2 an 14 8 a5 2
. ueas 3 i , )
*. A. Branker, C. Hunte, G. - SF .
Wood, L. Barker, C. Mullins,
E. W. Grant, H. A. King, B. K thkins “Ves
ay - Ss
Get, BA. thinson Leaves
Conrad Hunte, who top scored Mr. Denis Atkinson, Wanderer
r his team with 49, gave the aj) rounder who has been selected
est batting performance of the to represent the West Indies in
. St site: os i ‘
da Hunte got h runs all Australia, left for Trinidad yes-
; t siacledit rk ; Me .
round the wicke making pat terday afternoon by B.W.LA
ticular use of the cover drive, the while Mr. John Goddard leav
glidi and the hook Hunte gave on Monday afternoon for Trini
a chance to Charles Alleyne at dad
cond slip off the bow ling of They will embark on a_ ship
Holder when at 43 and thet was which leaves Trinidad on Wea-
the only blemish of his innings. nesday for New Zealand

Charlie Taylor, who opened his









FIRST none H. College Defeat



C. J. CHATAWAY
At the recent British Game
held at the White City Stadium,
London, athletes from the United
States, Holland, Belgium = and

Yugoslavia competed against Brit-
ivh_ entrants in the international
events

Watched by over 30,000 specta-

; the International Two Miles
event was won by C. J. Chataway,
of Oxford, in the fast time of 9
mins. 3.8 secs. from Otenhajmer
of Yugoslavia, and Harting of
Holland. Thi picture shows
Chataway breaking the tape to
win the International Two Mile
event

tor









team’s innings with Hunte, made

fine 35 Taylor got runs more . ue
ween eS BONITAS, BARRACUDAS
ploited the ok more often. He * iL] L 4 Ay
raised Holder on the A dgeosivd k P, 1 ) RIS 3 . .
Pavilion for six, the only one of, / fi f 7 4-Al / Di { W
the day iL Tey

Other useful contributions cam: Fj
from W. Greenidge of Carlton wh BONITAS AND BARRACUDAS played to a four-all
got 32, and ree Eric At draw in their water polo match at the Aquatic Club yester-
ie ‘din oad scored 2° a. z ‘ f
St seciden, teen EES i day atternoon. Owen Johnson scored two for Bonitas,
eeenier oar ee wai aking *Boo” Patterson and M. Konigsberg one each. For Barra-
four wickets for 58 runs ’in 22 cones Kenneth Taylor netted two, Michael Lambert and
overs, two of which were maidens Pat Fletcher one each.
Holder kept a steady length and In the other geme, Srepnor: de- the referee was kept busy This
caused every batsman difficulty feated Police ni e goals to three. cz d many stoppages and to-
in negotiating him. He got gocd Ken Ince scored five, Bann + Wards the end of the game the
support from B. Lawles: of Cable three and Arthur Evelyn one tor light began to fail.
& Wireless and Police’s speed Snappe L Best score Police opened the scoring early
merchant C, Bradshaw who took three goals for Police in the second half and Snappers
2 for 35 and 2 for 29 respectively The first game opened netted immediately after with a
Bradshaw kept the ball at a good , B00” Patterson sccring for Boa!- forcing swim-through by Ken
length. The other wicket fell to tas after twenty seconds cf pl.y. Ince. The score mounted slowly
Chatles Alleyne ut an expense of Barracudas came back and in an in their favour until the Snappers

44 runs.

rhe early part of the game with
Hunte and Taylor together
fairly bright, but as soon as Tay-
lor was out the rate of scoring
dropped. Taylor was caught at
backward midwicket when he
crossed a short-pitched leg break
from Lawless to Tony Atkins
Hunte and Taylor sent up 50 in

wa

about as many minutes. Taylor
gor-out when the score was 56
and the second 50 was scored in
another 70 minutes, The Jun-

cheon interval was taken with the

core at 1Q3 for 1,

The complexion of the game
changed after lunch Holder,
Lawless and Bradshaw found a

jength and wickets began to fall.

Eric Atkinson was bowled the
first ball after lunch by Holae
for 22 and some minutes after

Bradshaw got Hunte L.B.W. Kid-
ney did not stay long at the mid-
dle before Holder got him ad-
judged L.B.W. at 138 and _ four
wickets were down for 131 runs
after the good start of 56 for 1.

Holder followed up his success
by getting E. W. Grant ad-
judged L.B.W. for 12 and Lawless
took the sixth wicket as en-
ticed G. Wood to cross another
short leg break into. the hands of
Bradshaw at backward
wicket. The score wa
six. Greenidgs, who
wickets fall while
end, was” given
Bradshaw at 32 while Branker
and Bowen were caught off the
bowling of Holder and C. Alleyne

he

mid-
143 for
Saw two
held ap hi
L.B.W. to

he
out

—who came into the picture

for 20 and four runs respectively
Branker was csught by wicket-
keeper Best who threw himself
down in front of the batsman to
catch the ball which popped up

Alleyne
taken
at the
position
very well,
only

Bowen attempted to cross
to the boundary and was
by Bradshaw who was still
backward midwicket

Bert kept wicket
conceding, two byes

The Scores:



MR, TAYLOR'S Xit—tst Innings
A, M. Taylor ¢ A. Atkins b Lawless 35
C. Hunte |b w_ Bradshaw a9
E Atkinson bowled A. Holder 22
E W Grant !bw A_ Holder 12
H Kidney | b w A Holder 13
W. Greenidge | bw Bradshaw 32
G Wood c Bradshaw b Lawile 2
K A. Branker « wky Best) |
A. Holder 20

equal number of seconds Kennet
Taylor sent in the equaliser. Goal
came quickly in this first half
Owen Johnson scored the se:-
cond goal for Bonitas soon after,
shooting from close range. Fa
Fletcher then sent in the secon4
goal for Barracudas and the two
teams once more drew level.

Goal A Minute

Play centred in mid-field for
the next couple of minutes until
Johnson got another and
scored. Barracudas again attacked
and Michael Lambert who wa
unmarked on the left wing, re-
ceived a pass and beat the bonitas
custodian with a powerful shot

pass

Barracudas 8; Bonitas 3. At thi
Stage six goals had been scored
in six minutes. There was no

further score until just before haif
time when M. Konigsberg scored
for Bonitas.

Barracudas changed one of their
players at the interval. Their left
back Moningo retired hurt. The
second half opened with two off-
side goals, one by each team and

they were disallowed by the
referee. The game began to slow
up both teams seemed to Lire



Several wild shots were taken by
both sides and at one time there
was an unnecessary amount of
rough play. Jarracudas got their



equaliser late in the second half
and the two teams were able to
ward off any further attacks on

their goals until the final whistle.
Harold Roger played a good game

for Barracudas, marking Owen
Johnson very effectively.
For the second game, both

teams entered the water with one
man short and as is always the
“ase When there are six players
on each side, the game was mud-
dled with no positional play and
uninteresting trom the spectator
point of view Snappers had to
fight for their goals and several
limes they were a worried team,
For Police L. Best and M. Frank-
lyn their goal-keeper were out-
tanding Franklyn was worked
hard and he saved well.

Half, Time
At half time the score
Snappers three, Police one
scored two and Bannister
the first half
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water for a major foyl. Best took
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Snappers however, always on
the look out for goals, scored their

last goal just before the end of
the game. The final result was
Snappers 9 Police 3.

The Referee was Mr, Jack
Knight.

The teams were:

Bonitas: M. Foster, T
6B. Patterson (Capt.), M
son, George Easdon, O.
and M. Konigsberg.

Barracudas: J. Simonson, K
Armstrong, H. Moningo, H. Rogers,
M. Lambert, P. Pleteher, KT:
lor (Capt.), and M. Thomas (Suh)

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Windwards By 102

HARRISON COLLEGE easily got their first cricket
victory in the Triangular Inter-Schoo] Tournament when
they defeated the Windward Islands by 102 runs yesterday
the last day in their two-day cricket match which was
plaved at Harrison College.

Skipper Williams, C. Smith, A. Alleyne and M. Sim-
mons all bowled well to give Harrison College victory.
Resuming their first innings yesterday at 39 runs for the
loss of two wickets, the Windward Islands replied with
60 runs to Harrison College score of 154.

Opening batsman. L. Frankiyn
who was not out on the first day
vith 20 did not get a chance to
add to his score, Next best score
was 12 hit ky S The two

After lunch Blackinan and Har-
rison continued for College. When
the score was 63 for two wickets
College declared. Blackman was
out 3? and Harrison not out 27.



not



College pe owlers Skipper

Williams a A. Simmons each eeding 158 runs in 135 minutes
bagged fiv of the Windward for victory the Windward Islands
Islands wickets for 27 and 25 runs Opened their second innings with

Riviere and Franklyn. When the





ae err my "1 ’ ore wos 29 Franklyn was given
H neo CONG 70-ien - o lead of , ut lec before the wicket in
4 runs knoeked up 68 runs for gneve frst over. After Franklyn
the loss of two wickets declared went the Windward Islands bats-
th their second tnnings This in- men just coule not stay up to
nings was marked by a breezy the accurate bowling of Smith,
knock of 33 runs not out by C. Ajleyne and Williams.

Blackman who only got five in the
first innings.

The steady bowling of Smith
and Alleyne was too much for the

The Windward team ended their
second innings at 55 runs-and thus
Harrison College won the match
by an easy margin of 102 runs.

The Scores:—







touring school boys who could
only score 55 runs in their second Hortison College First Innings 154
innings. Smith’s analysis was 8.3 Windwards — First Innings
ae aide ee Sigh pee ee ie ° Riviere b Williams
overs, 1 maiden, 17 runs. 6 wicke ', Franklin c Hewitt b Williams i
and Alleyne’s vers, 3 maidens, H Elwin b Simmons :
7 runs and 3 wickets. BR. Auguste ¢ Smith b Williams 5
7 ; , en : , B. Rolle c Williams b Simmons 2
When play resumed yesterday ©’ prakes ¢ (wk. Harrison) b
Franklyn and Auguste continued Simmon 0
the first innings for Windward : Phillips S Braith b Williams 8
els ‘ rit » ecora s 0 : Sandy not ou
Islands with the score at 39 for J’ Baird ¢ Smith b Simmons 1
2 wickets. J. Melntyre b Simmons
. C, Shillingtord i.bo.w. b Willian
In the second ball of Williams’ Fxtras
first over of the day, Franklyn Taal
was brilliantly caught by Hewitt ag
at fine leg. The'score-board read Fall of ‘wickets; 1—20, 2—29

39—3-—20 544, 6—45, 7--52, 8—52, 9.
Skipper Rolle followed and was BOWLING ANALYSIS

off the mark with a single. When Or Mo Bi ow

4-44,









the score was 44 Skipper Pole J. Williams 11 4 27 5
wee caught by Williams in the “i eres 7 tae =
slip off the bowling of Simmons. ~ farrison College Second Innings
This was Simmons’ seventh over. C. Smith Michie Bs melts 0
E. Hope c Auguste b Rolle 2
Drakes filled the gap but soon C. Blackman -not out f 3
after Auguste was dismissed as he N- arrison not out *
gave Smith an easy catch in the sree ‘
third ball off Williams’ 11th over Total (for 2 wickets dec'ld) 63
Phillips joined Drakes but avain . igh Rwy et
the partnershiv never lasted lone Fall of wickets 1} for 1; 2 for 6 ;
as Simmons had Drakes caught eee Aaa R Ww
behind the’ wicket. Simmons’ gone 9 2. 25 2
bowling analysis then was eight Baird 3 MH
overs. 16 runs, three wickets. San- Drakes 4 8
dy followed and Phillips opened Sh!!lingfora 2 7
his account with a single ‘uivacatde Susana aruiieds
y Sandy taking, strike from Wile 5 Ri? biatkor Si ©: tf
iams was struck and was forced 5, ‘Auguste run out . 8
to retire. Baird filled the gap and p phillips stpd (wkpr Harrison)
opened his account with a single; b Smith . 0
but in Simmons’ 11th over he edg- lL. Sandy |.b.w. b Alleyne :
ed the ball through to second slip {Drakes 1-b.w D- AUSY RE 1
Steen ‘ McIntyre b Alleyne
where Smith took an easy catch. |}; Baird b Smith 14
Scoreboard read 52/7/1. McIntyre 1. Elwin not out 9
followed and he was bowled with 3B. Rolle b Smith . i } 0
the fourth ball of the same over. © Shillingford stpd (wkpr Harrison) ;j
Sandy came back out and joined b oe =I) : 2
ist eer axtras
Phillips who was seven. Phillips .
was out caught by Smith in Wil- Total ... 55

liams 16th over. Phillips hit 12.

a Sad on ca fe rs Hie 90, 3—30, 4—31

Shillingford went in’ and the . a ¢ ee cera a4

Windward Islands first innings ° oe : ,

ended when Shillingford was giv- BOWLING ANALYSIS

en out leg before to Williams. oO M R Ww

Williams 6 is ae

Harrison College opened their Corbin ‘= 14 -

second innings at 2 p.m. with Smith 1s : ¥ a

} g t 3 Alleyne p : ¢

Smith and Hope, Rolle had S.nith Sita 1 i s o

caught at fine leg by McIntyre in
the third ball of his first over.
Smith did not score. é





Rolle was getting the ball to lift =
Today

awkwardly and it was one of these
Victorian Exhibition at Bar-

balls that caused Hope to hit the
ball in the air. Harrison went in

bados Museum 10 a.m. to
6.00 p.m.

after Hope and was off with a sin-
gle to mid off.



wo ice his Lunch was taken when the Police Courts ... 10-00 a.m.
N. dente ae Sym-| Score had reached 41 for two wick- Football— Queen’s College
monds beat *. Edwards. and} sts. Blackman was not out 25 and of British Guiana vs. Har-
aS hompeon’ a é As gue gece not out 13. rison College at Old Col-
Mixed Doubles, Semi-Finals lege grounds 5.00’ p.m.
Miss A. Griffith and W. Dec.
Forde beat Miss C, Alleyne and;

J. Robinson 6—3, 6—3.
TODAY'S FIXTURE
Men's Singles, Finals

A. W. Symmonds vs. W

Forde,

DeC

Rugby Results

LONDON, Aug. 23.
Results of the Rugby League
games played Wednesday
Barrow 9, Wigan 16. Belle Vue
Rangers 7, Oldham 2. Bradforu
Northern 34, Castleford 6
5, Leeds 5 (Draw).
Widnes 27. Newsbury 10, Huli
Kingston Rovers 14, Feather-
stone Rovers 19, Doncaster 5.
leigh 18, Huddersfield 3,
ton 18, Keighley 14. Warrington
19, Hunslet 12.



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Rainfall: Nil
Total Rainfall for month to

date: 6.03 inches.
Highest Temperature: 8.35.
Lowest Temperature: 70.5.
Wind Velocity: 12 m-p.h.
29.923

pom

Roxy:—"Unfaithfully Yours” and
Boomtown" 4.30 and 8 15 pm

Olympic:—"‘Halls of Montezuma’
and “Panic in the Street” 4 30
and 8.15 p.m

Royal:—‘Vengeance Valley” 5 0
and 815 pm

(Bridgetown):— “The Big

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and Maggie” in

“Saddle . Serenade”

Plata
Steal” 2.30,

Gaiety: —“‘Jiges
Society and
8.50 pm

Aquatic:—‘Anna and the King of
Siam" 5 00 and 8.30 p.m

Barometer: (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m-) 29.870.

Blackman
joined Hope who was dismissed in rr ’
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Three West Indian athletes, the
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for Britain over the best that

Maxim Beats
Bob Murphy | America and Europe were able to

NEW YORK, Aug. 23. sent to London
Joey Maxim settled the World’s | at, a wf i. Festive
- YI ightly | Prius zames, an inter 1atio a
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round decision _DVver _ I ;McDonald Bailey, of Trinidad,
iy pred Murphy en {and Herb McKeniey and Arthur
ee ae oe were *| Wint, of Jamaica
sus brawling and ‘science won. | wien
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Some
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Bailey did all that was expected
f him, winning his usual double
: isprint—the 100 yards in 9.7 sec-
say the . champion will ana and the 220 yards in 21.4
Satterfield in Chicago | .oconds. Later, he s one of the
on December 7. There is talk Of) sou~ members of the British team
a fight in London ‘with British |t,ot beat an American relay team
champion stocky Don Cockell and) gyer 440 yards.
cut on the Pacific coast there is} MWeKenley brought
Harry Kid Matthews who sup-| quarter-mile event in 47.4 sec-
porters claim, is the best of the) onds, only 0-2 seconds outside
lot. | Wint’s record, while Wint himself,
“About the seventh or eighth/splashing through puddles, won
round I thought I had things un-|the half mile easily in 1 min, 51.7
der control; but he seared me, seconds.
every round” s?id Maxim after- Only Chance
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indicate he is willing to favour |experts believed that Bailey wa
Don Cockell of England.
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he has equalled his 220 yards
British record of 21.1 seconds

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at the White City, McDonald
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Kaesong Cease-fire| wiadie East

Talks Suspended | Defence Board
| To Be Formed

TONDON, Aug. 22

An agreement nas been reached |

TOKYO, Aug. 23
‘THE COMMUNIST Commander-in-Chief in

Korea alleged on Friday that a United Nations



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Busta Calls Ui ’s
Gifi Ridicuious

(From Our Own Correspondent)
UVOuwL OR Aug. 23
"THE “DAILY EXPRESS’’ reporter, James
Cooper, in Jamaica, says thatthe flamboyant
Bustamante summed up the hurricane-hit island’s
reaction to Griffiths’ gift of a quarter of a million
pounds to relief funds i) one word—“Ridiculous.”’
Cooper traced Busta to lief Centre, where he found him spurring on relief
and pounding a table
He waved his arms so violently that the Miami
beach shirt with an embrazened mock coat of arms
and cross lances in burgundy and cream onened to
show signs of a white chirt fastened at the neck
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* a at A ‘ Tt is to be ace ee 4 tie
Kim Il Sung, Premier and Commander-in-Chies) ..\\.°.'(.D8 placed under | the | Fa; ¢ high coitched votde ‘that #ecelved Scie tans alec
in North Korea, and General Peng Teh Huai, General, probably Sir Brian Rob- pierced en the clamour of th orld. Cuba ent 10,000
: . ‘ *rtson wh . “itis et A eekin f i clothe |
Chinese “volunteer’’ Commander-in-Chief made} ['"0) “ho. Js pow British Com. e declaimed “you ean say I say} (ned to the Red Cro
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their allegation direct to General Matthew B.|£asi ‘ fh rae ated q°%
: ° > s The plan nvisages the partici- § iooke 10) 1 (
Ridgway, taking the new crisis over alleged neu-| |./))° P)"). « Tr hasmeieied a nd cireled } eyes around] * Puerto Rico to-day offered the
e } : 3 a eypt and Israel > ‘ oO < i fo: effect ( further rssist “ \e
trality violations to the highest levels. | hostilities between Jews and | fr, Le eee Eee et ee Sern eee
inv i Arat ave ceare Pll as I forg ‘ au 1 A
Kim and Peng told Ridgway that the alleged|‘\"%"* have oe ee : ere sil ; almost} Company, bauxite - oper
‘ ‘ : bind, coer " oe med “but th u is ridicu- J tamaic ent
bombing of Kaesong could not be considered lightly| wealth countries with an inter- eg Bethany Clic alenty's aot spuies kya)
‘ st the N > Erst. such as 1 t cre ¥ bast 3
and that Communist delemates would not attend the S°\\" Aye, Mille & st such a ent have not been abl eae ae
lor i ‘ ddl. ppreciate the mages that have 0 nec ‘ ‘
cease-fire conferences “on and after vesterday.”’ The proposed Middl: East De-| ten done” Ho snatched a pac}. food shortage in_thedsland
oz Pe ; 3 ; {fence structure will be linked to rom someone's desk and madc]| {© assistance and the tiov nen
It was thought howeve; ha'y {oe cause of the event acCl-|the North Atlantic defence set uy nleuiaticna: di. fan pe now concentrating on gett n
Communist intended to follow up ental. The Liaison office sent, and probably will be responsible gh With a explosion that, 20using plans going
with a series of “demands ” by your side with their own'eye | to its Standing Greup, thus align- wought his hair tumblin ove The Governor, however
punishment of those respon ible; saw the craters made by bombs:jing its cefence ensures wit} te bl ke: evel row he said “pout eabled the High Commissio
for alleged bombings und foi js fsuped by the airplane belonging | wisenhower’s overall plan, It { there are 25,000 homeless. anc | he Malay Federation and Secre-
assurances against “repetition” {9 your side and bomb splinters| would alse be responsible for the hey are not less, that’s £10 each iry of State for External Affair
and that they expected resumption! and other items of evidence which | eafety convoys through the ople .ducked as he’ threw his { Ceylon requesting in each
of armistice REsOHAHODA, a ! ! ved that a bomb had beer | Mediterranean to areas under it wms wide and said “go into the | @ Shipment of see thou
The Kim Il Sung, Peng 1 -!}cropped a few hours previous, | command \interland where I have been, G f copra to reach Jamaica by 1
Huai protest to Ridgway, broad-; nq they could not but be yilent.” | Acceptance of the plans will c Clarendon where besides be. | October in view of the impe
cast from Peiping, dateline Although the Communist broke | pe decided in Ottawa September ng Chief Minister, | am Claren hortage while Trinid h ©
Pyongyang began ff tne Kovean armistice talks, } 15 by ‘he North Atlantic Council ic peoples personal representa isked for an emergenc
“Whilst the blood of our heroic} he are $ > that they did not}j,, conjunction with proposals for ive, I say there are 45,000 home ocoanut oil
fighter Yao Ching Hsiang whoj ‘atend the break to be permanent.)tne jnclusion of Turkey and ompletely wrecked and of then wena
fell victim under an illegal killing } id ee -Peent a — pa |Greece in N.A.T.O. No decision 10 fewer than 35,000 belong t
by armed personnel of your “ide | 1e Communists intended only hay , ile East board is pos- people who have rt en te ‘A .
is still ae an airplane of your} ¥spend, rather than to terminate | 02 the ene hits Tigeichest ‘bis ‘he Ae are : an eee Red China Combats
tae ; | .he truce conference. The develop- |S'P7/e Unul the vk +n NAT
je invaded the air over the I T av ¢ yreece rith NATO
wading yaa i the "ieee ong} Ment included: por ee and Greece with @n an erage a bare hous Guerillas |
neutral zone at 22.20 hours ot 1. A broadeast oy the official eo “d State nd_ Britair His Excellency tho Governor pins the Insignia of the O.B.E. on the coat of Skipper John Goddard of people of that class costs abou
A ea 29 ; Se ied out bomb-| “hinese Communis* radio at Peip- The Unive : “th a e ives for in the presonce of a large gathering at Kensington Oval yesterday evening... (Story on page 5) £60, Sixty times 35,000 is 210,000 HONG KONG, Aug
ae age “y aaa sith wth were| ing Said that the ceasefire talks;have expressed aa ts rt - — ~—— liust over £1 each" Communist China disctosed tt
Tae Mea Serene ss ao ea had been “suspended for August} their inclusion in the pact a: fee a r ! Cooper was told by Geoffrey}:tS forees have been combattin
a at , the residence Of Our}93” and made no reference to 2 members, but some of ve piers e > U N Pre are Gunter the man in charge of]@ Widespread guerilla movement
delegation. Be _|complete breakdown. NATO members are stl yer A | tS ol el Ss | e e >P A emergency supplies that as the! for the past three months in Man
You have _ mistaken our} 2, A United Nations truce dele-| ing sr | . roads are opened to the hinter-|churia, north-west of Korea. Gue-
natience in striving for peace as gation spokesman said that he Greece will not be includec 4a | k or Chr sf land he was finding the position] cillas disrupted communication
a sign of weakness. You assumed] was in no position to say whether the Middle East Defence — e ° 6 ‘ | us vorse than feared ind burned huge tracts of thu
we would not be willing to break] the interruption was “complete but it is to become part of net EIGHTH ARMY HEAD- Gunter said last night in] forests, according to an_ official
off negotiations on account of}and final,” nor could he sayj|hower’s so-called southern fans QUARTERS, Korea Aug. 23 Kingston alone I had 9,500 to-|Communist dispatch from Muk
these actions therefore you went} whether Kaesong was still con-| set-up as a result of United States | United Nations nite . bap .q day it is 10,000 and the number | den
to. the extent of murdering'sidered a neutral city. , insistence. —Us By. K. ¢_ THALER. pill saliidinadlekinaionseliennialldie tines nas opaei is. Abed cranmiana, Hometreds of thepenmde mt oni
seen seteaterenmat-cer oe. wer i a wan tr tee m nist 7 LONDON Aug 23 for an expected Communist of- | trai i ee & nt but Tain aoe My, a er a a ¥e — \
lastly attempting to murder our/open ween e communis © e ’ . lensive after killing or wounding |#fraid it wont go far 1© «clock duty in arge scale
delegation.” ee alten eatthe heteentiogs pi 45 ill Attend HE EVACUATION of all British workers from} 000 Reds in a week long a is PY HS: Babette tauria Beadel ee t rebel he }
4 e rane a9 ‘ f vat r . + ; but sault near the centre of the line.;Commissioner says he expected f
Prevention spnee hele ae ee 1 eee Jap Pleace Talks the Iranian oil fields started on ‘Thursday An all ouf Red attack including |gitts of at least, ¢2,000,000" Go
half-hourly checks being made Government here announced that it intended to] 1,000 Red planes were expected ernor Boot has contr ‘buted twol C2_OOO For Jamaies
The protest added; “Although etaeie: 4 WASHINGTON, August 23 to th vat Abadan refinery and would fchlow cose’ in. the ke of hundred of his ows \ “aoRy ST
our delegation was filled with © It was announced ‘Chursday hold on to e grea 3 3. ti a Communist termination of — the The damage has been esti |
pur deleg . | Await O ers y 7 ‘ tas h ‘ t ! (From Our Own Correspc
anger it nevertheless notified your that 45 countries signified their rotect. British ersonnel there if deadlocked Korean armistics tal} mated at £16,000,000 ! aPrrre LITA 3
B \ > Japs use torce BRITISH GUIANA,
side at 22.35 hours to prevent any 7 J 4 _j intention ot attending the Japan- Communist Radio in Pekin Ou Jamaica Corresponden The British Guiana I lati
pretext of your side of regarding 4. in ae ee one ese peace conrerence at San necessary. he fields, 42 nly a few hours before the break | writes that the aim of the fund|¢ouneil Finance Committee t
, : negotiators, ice mira +] Francise xt month. ‘ Wick MNT Sees ; 4 ! oun anc itt ‘
Turner Joy and the rest of the Pe oehe oes formally accept- The evacuees numbering 226 from t 7 “i Bet! Rees Se oa aa ne ie ress “s by Jamaica ; (lay voted £2,000 relief to irr
THER [une truce team, remained at]/ed the invitation of the U.S. and from the crude oil port of Banndur Mashur and 132 mol aoe I ae I Sever ( 7 ur is ne aid. cane stricken Jamaica Loca
id ’SWEA Munsan awaiting further orders;] Britain to attend the Japanese : : : , 11 ov j CRRA ie beone! seh ha vista: o weeks to match’ ped Cross launched an appt
a A IART jand a spokesman said he knew of} peace treaty mecting in San Fran- Indian and Pakistani workers, will cross 300 miles All available evider ¢ indicated Bit of a quarter of a million! tor clothing and footwear
. . ro, IT “i thei uild-up of ) | om the Sriti rovern
poe plans to break up the advance cinee eee : 5 er ee of desert in fleets of company cars for evacuation eee as om " - , ei WI , } “ ou ; pect ae a be , os re
| base. The fu reaty in s fine 2 od r sore ery ind, ache ;
Sunrise: 5.50 am. | 5. The Allied liaison officer met] sion has been under Cabinet study via Abadan The Fo.eign Office issued al}front-line troops before ng|{on the first day and by this after
f > 2 ais s s § ° 1 4 e i . : rights a4 “ 99
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. ;the Communist liaison officer at} several weeks statement revealing it did not}the fake raid on Kaesong ley | Hoon i va £32,000 and more The ADVOCATE
Moon: Last Quarter. ‘Pan Mun Jom, just inside the A Government spokesman intend to give up the Abadaniysed as an excuse to break off; cormng in including an expect f NEWS
Lighting Up: 7 eam 47.53 | Kaesong neutral zone at 9.00 a.m.}] Thur day said Burma would not The Advocate Jamaica refinery largest in the world] the armistice conference 5 {contribution from His Majest he pays for
High Tide: 8-07 a.m. and 7.5 |—7 hours after the announced | participate in ane iene baton Reli f F nel and built with the capital off North Korean Premier Kim 1) Sing. pe the thirty two thousand Dial 3113
p.m. {break—and handed him without]|spokesman said the decision was elle u British shareholders in the Anglo- Sung last week threatened heavy | Pounc lve been locally ib
Low Tide: 1.53 a.m. and aa lengtt Allied > Jarrived at after careful examina- ‘ inant aes : ee P , d\seribed with — the xception ¢ .
incident, the lengthy ied re.}a Se ee prea he ; IN an etfort to relieve Iranian Oil Company blows against Allies in air and t Day or Night
1.20 p.m: ; jection of all previous Communist | tion of the final oe fear oe some of the sunerme of the Government said it was “pre-} ‘annihilation’ on the ground if| £5,000 fron Tate and Lyle y 8
oe NE ARES aap Cet be erved by _at- people of Jamaica trom we pared at any time to reopen ne-Jiiuce talks failed. The threat in-|Offers of assistance have been }
DURPORE ry Tp. ‘ 7 i § yotiatipns’ despite the failure of , vere spared tly
nye hs hae —U.P. iarge seale devascation caus g pps: S| é licated Reds were prepé i 9B 59655666606664504 - POLLED
Fenn en eS ed oy the recent hurricane, the Mission to Teheran headec iasowh thelr 1,000 firstline plane % CLLVVPALPLLLVLAPELLALVDLR ALEDEE VAD AVA PFO.
e oN a ' * . ge tne “BARBADOS ADVO. | by Cabinet Minister Richarc @ OF page 7 $ *
>! Egyptian Cities CATE” opens to-day a fund | Stokes. But the Foreign Office % x
Tl OnS en OO to which everyone 1s iivited statement made it plain that it a ences $ >
: . to subscribe. was not optimistic ¢ %
On T he Mert Contributions can be pai “The Anglo Iré 1 Oi Ce ay ° % %
: s paid 1 nglo Iranian Oi ym ys » ¥4 :
e 5 CAIRO, Aug. 23 into the three Commercial pany has been compelled to with- n ipa IO! ¢ * x
O 1] ng oO Ca Police proclaimed a state of Banks, whose Managers a it personnel from the ree rey - ‘as % N
: a i re cates ‘ ay have consented to receive oilfields It ha however in I « ken oO ‘ % ¢
alert today in Cairo, Alexandria ee : ; 7 i, %
_ > Rabati ities them, Those who care to do structed the nucleus of its per- ¢ >
(From Our Own Correspondent) end other ek meee th so might also send or bring | sonne! to remain in Abadan in LONDON, Aug. 23. |$ %
IDON,. Aug 93 jon the 241 h mEtty nee ae subscriptions to .the Advo- order to be ready to carry out Mditorial j e Times ~ x
LONDON, August 23. jdeath of Saad Zay Pasha, leader on er ) pee i ord. Editorials in the Tur 1% %
THE FIRST TELEPHONE CONTACT between Jamaica |of the 191 Egyptian revolution. |] “HQ °V PC’ Gale 'M LG. [lance with The Hasue Courts de. Manchester Guardian tool | the |i R
a, , | a of aie fe . C. Gale, } 4 ance w ague ) de -overnment of Singapor tm % K .
and Britain since the hurricane devastated the island earlier Steel helmeted police were sta , ‘ pr g sub- sision. whenever the Persian Gov}; d-|% %
and Britain since t cee é é tioned ‘at approaches to the Unita will be . treasurer and sub cisic whenever the Persiar “I Thursday for re 1 % %
this week was made this afternoon. Stes KAA ina Tacatigh eaaees scriptions wiil be acknow- ernment makes it possible for} ings of ihe commission of inquiry |% MS
The Governor, Sir Hugh Foot, in a five minute talk erates “Bnd. "G ee ant Baste ledged daily in the “Advo. them to do so.” to the riots of last December. |% %
rith the Finance Minister, Sir Harold Allan, in London et tee ee Soe , cate” newspaper. ‘The Persian Government are Che Guardian said that the|% — %
with the inance Minister, Siz @ Allan, in Le | ings. : . He gives twice who gives of course under obligation in} eo rmpission report had shown|% South Africas x
gave details of items most urgently needed for relief} Anti-riot squads patrolled ‘the quickly. international law to insure the rar sie ie Tl gia » wena A %
tree .
measure, streets. : oe safety and protection of these]... ould hide it head |% / S
nes — — Afterwards Sir Harold and the | Premier Nahas Pasha and GOV ~ | mcsssscecscsscsec sss |personne as of all foreigners and t io bett nother |@ x
=} ns »y wer ‘ | n hope oO ‘ , ! % *
H West India Committee sent a cable | ernment Opposition leaders were FORCES TO PROTECT . Instead it ha tried | % x
~ I. “ to the Lord Mavor of London Sir |expected to make _ political As has been stated before, His] ¥™¢ es ; 18 .
to the Lor as 4 ‘ ,;e@> é en ’ y . t by ethod nrvic 6 x
Storm I asses 30 cis Lowson at present in New speeches tonight emphasising the SRE AN NEEDED Majesty’s Government would be re eee oe > é mi et c ees [% x |
1 Ys ’ } rou WF, ow 9% a endang ’ hol yulati M4 y
*Ls ° }Zealand, asking him to give his current Anglo-Egyptian disput . iN Ee » AUB. © obliged to take necessary meas he Parllamentars rhe | es
Miles From T: MPICO | aor ral fi Z ationwide rri- | over 3uez Canal.—vU.P. General Douglas MacArthur\yres to protect them should the} ree - tn tte eeteeaatand To >
" P seer yelfch tunatteete 4, cs ‘ih Oe OS ea : . called for “adequate secu 2 y Per sian Gover nment fail in thei rae 7 ae a sie me : aes % &
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 23 Britain forces” to protect Japan from*the|opjigations in this respect TY MRE Se TS ee Be Pe \e ~
The hurricane = whic.. suruct While replies were being await- IRON CURTAIN threat of an outside attack inva} t * 9 Nae disclo a just how| ?& eet tiga io cy t! ‘ 1% x
Kingston and continuea to ute ed from New Zealand offers of CAPITALISTS letter to Japanese Prime Ministe®yyany , he § Britons { an, Of person It eritici t < e
= rt P ' , ' S! Yoshid : (many of the 2,090 Britons in Ira spore Covernment representa- |@ 0 x
ucatan Peninsuia, ripped into ie food, money and ciothing rom ar » +> - ‘ Shigeru Yoshida, published today.|woyjd remair at Abadar as por . ; of hee Clmtivic ’ vn“ r r ’ T P y; s
Mexican Coast wity tov mues per various sources are now being re- | ay NEW ie ming a. ; The letter dated/August 20 pre-|“nucleus” in the refinery. But fae tt we Legis or 4 nS FACTS YOU SHOULD KN *
hour winds about 3v miles norta of ceived by Sir Harold Allan. the’, | Ses a tutiain the {dicted that under the terms of the g message sent by Prime Minis-| (0° YOUN® In maior f 1% ain ' pray 7 ' %
Tampico yesterday morning, aid West India Committee. the Bishop tea ee yee ] ; eae | Peace Treaty Japan should join{ter Clement Attlee to British I vi a Tae re manor thu * A Bor aq SOl Ou ua aead A %
the city was lashed with wina of aoe ae the ane a Aistionéa Thursday tn , meee }the West in’ combatting Commu-! employee thorn iidicdted’ it in a er a eeae : ss x
: pe ; as a resul appeals in the Press. ue ; ay aa ree , : OF, VOUS, tt oy Y , , f I .
to 90 miles pet hour a f : a oe ~ u cs ; nt to ,on the distribution of-its securitic ism. would be small eep public interest, the SS POPULATION:— 2.6 Millic veople of Eu Ine Ss
Sn ne eer on eae te Doruiekt a ship ed to Jai ;. Ithe corporation said 453 shares of The letter answered one fror Attlee’s message said Per-| jore Government ma Ni 8.3 Million BANTUS (Native o
son were elects t hey - and Fvffes free o%,it8 common stock and eight shares | Yoshida expressing gratitude for sian people will, I hope, soon], serious blow to local le INCOME TAX PAYERS 320,006
stepped on a fal uv “ 5 jof its preferred were held by} the General's efforts towards an realize the harm which theirljn the promised devel ® BUDGET £150 Million
shortly after the tore t cargo of relief goods is residents of Russi> | rl Peace Treat for Japar nt Govern t is causing it ' Goverr t ir * Expendit n EF wnt ‘ Bantu ¢ ] .
into the coast fron if Of oxpected to arrive in Jamaica on U.P vu, @ On page 5 \ —U.P.| $s SIX MILLION POUNDS x
Mexico ‘ Ba September 10, hy S.S. Ariguaini. r Et Seeker S| ? F ia eae io ge Numb B Chechen: at: SEror debe or dost x
Another wom un lied of exposure For nearly five minutes thi ' + e e -y ° : SGRICULTUR} re ure * eater ag r eee ‘ |
at the school where she had be afternoor old Allan ¢ ‘ 1 ANT .
Satta wi aie "luge SEG a, Sand Tt | O irst Fublic Session | lan eat
Hundreds of Tampico resid tonal Radio.an ; ine at e e e e % } tere *
were injured as heavy wind peratir.? to and frov as ’ ; a‘ : ; % sort th I or .
ae seleanirn oa into OP ie met te Bs re in | The Regional Economic Com-,tdom and Canada and (2) The, time quite a few bouquets were; Led by Hon. W. J. Raagzever S f ti pre Reg 5 000 { l $
streets as though they were match the Secretarv’s office at the West j mittee held their first public} Report of the Fifth Oil nd Fats|}thrown in Mr. Me Cowan's dire view that since there hat ircl f x
sticks. India Committee ade notes in |S€SSsion yesterday morning a | Conference } tion but there was no doubt that going to be a od surplu x I fort | ( voc i *
: Among the injured was -' pencil as Sir Hugh reeled off a list Hastings Hou e. There was Mr. K. Mc Cowan. Secretary he performed the duties of Secre year this amount should be ¢ ble x
aulipas Governor Horacio Teran,'of the items most urgently re friendly atmosphere prevailing ithe British West Indies Sugar|*@"y efficiently. ducted fror s ; o x
who was struck in the face by auired. In order of vriority Sir throughout | the time that the? Association accor panied he The Committee formally plecoe t ng at > ey ) *
flying debris while conducting an Harold noted down building mate- Press was allowed to be present Delegation to the United Kit on record its appreciation of M1 ul &§ (i xy ; Anh sanhs ‘
inspection tour. Telephone and vials, nails corrugated iron sheets, Members looked tolerant andjand acted as Secretary to tne|McCowan’s work and agreed tha egard to ' * , 1 truct x
telegraph lines connectirs Tam- 7ement, clothing and blankets f kindly in their shirt sleeves in Delegation in future a member of Trade ( “s Mn _ ay x
nico with Mexico City, Montrre He also made particular note of jthe new Conference Room cool- a secretariat staff hould i itive Secreta ~ : Wee Sam t x
Vera Cruz and San Luis Potosi 2€ed for money ,.}ed by giant fans and early] The committee consequently) ny delevation her¢ ect ' en ¢ f % BANTU MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SERVICES:—Ten mill x
oe ee, See ee ; After the conversation with Sir |morning breezes from tke nearby} Teceived a request from the Brit-| 7 ‘ a Sk x : \ rg ; % f f wu tB »
were shut off. SSM Hugh wax over Sit Haro'd Icon lish West Indic Sugar Associa-} ar me serance : require i ic t ‘ x ~
y st é na Ma r3 I . and the West I vile ". ommittee Satin tive eae eee has lor for a refund of the expe Uys Jy i ee ; ’ oS tile’ ts mY 1 , % COMPARISON OF EXPENDITURE ON NATIVE EDUCA- \
rich 0} : Me. POS eintly sent ea cable to Sit ee ae Oe ae IcCowar eae = eee. SOU we une z { Mis . AND SOCIAL SERVICES t ?
would hé get news of th* penys Lowson, Lord Mayor of rom be: wine Thane ane hie tan ann | met from funds provided fo ght to sel x Raa DCM re oh 7/3 per head of é >
storm’s pas 1 primitive mou'h, London. who i I - | Press was there too, for the Com- e Y . the Regional Economic Commi I W n Sa t Af f ». € %
to mouth stvle. Tampiro’s twc taking v [mittee did not allow the Press to| Me Cowan Praised | tee or that the several govern. parsble ‘qualifica : £2. 1. 0 : |
lewspaper : El Sol and El Mundo of A, is ; é r ra it at debates on only two; a : ment hould isked to cor ; it agreed % { tior %
ould not go press be * Deriys to cabl " ’ ontrover items Order} Nothing bi greeme tribute the lelegatior ye insert ‘ K. W. V. WINES ARE GOOD WINES . .
f e 7 erge rf natior le uric Relief | Paper Tt m member t var nittee re ‘ ‘ !
UP @ On page 5 {Delegation to the ‘ @ On page YAO OOOO FOO OOOO CP ODOC CODON SS




PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

JOE” CHEESEMAN,



M* son
of Mr and Mi By &
Cheeseman of Lemon Arbor”
F actory, St. Johns who is with
. yal Bank of Canada’s



re has been transferred

to Nassau. He leaves this morn-
| ing for Jamaica by B.W.1.A, He

will spend a couple of days there,
| before fiying to Nassau

| B.C. Must Scholarship
ETURNING from England on
Wednesday by the
Mr. Erastus Hackett, thirty-
two-year-old 3arbadian school
teacher at the Wesley Hall Boys’






School. He had been in England
for the past year on a 3ritish
Council music scholarship. He at-
tended Trinity College of Music,
London.
There he received two diplo-
mar—the L.T.C.L. (C.M.T.), spe-
ialising in class music teaching, |
n which examination he took
place) and the A.R.C.M.,

specialising in piano teac hing.

Before Mr. Hackett went to
England he had already obtained
his L.R.S.M in organ teaching
and he w formerly Assistant
Organist at St. Michael’s Cathe-
dral.

He has been a teacher at Wes-
ley Hall for the past ten years.

Tiger Moths or Austers

6 ype local Flying Club had a
pleas

ant meeting at the
Chamber of Commerce offices on
Wednesday eveni

They dis-
cussed buying T Mott but
lid not definitely

ng



decide either on
Tiger Mc th or the Auster type
iiearat was the econd
meeting of » club since its in-
ception.
Flying membership, which will
give eac member the privilege
of using the club's planes fo
learning to be a pilot, is nominal,
$50.00 is the entrance fee, and the
annual subscription is $25.00.
For the non-flying members,
who will enjoy the, privileges of
the club’s facilities and the bar or
anteen which will probably be
erected at a site near the airport,
the subscription is $50.00 for life
membership or $10.00 annually.
It is anticipated that the facili-
ties of the club will be available
to members by the end of the




year. Membership is being solici-
ted now, and it is eo that
the community will ubscribe
freely

Jackie Marson, the Hon. Treas-
urer is the man to contact if you
wish to join.

Home Cooking
R. DARNELL GREENIDGE
Barbadian of “Arch Hall”,
St. Thomas, who has been in the
Trinidad Police Force for seven
years, left here on Wednesday by



the Colembie after ten weeks
holiday in Barbados. This is the
third time Mr. Greenidge has

spent his holiday with his family
since he first went to Trinidad. He
thoroughly enjoyed his holiday
and has put on eighteen pounds
during his stay.



THE ADVENTURES





Colombie 5:

GEORGE

HEADLEY
Crew Wanted

XPECTING to visit the
Indies shortly are Mr.
B. Stevenson and his wife, Eileen
They plan sail their 70-ton
ketch, Enid, round the world and
are. seeking three men with
knowledge of seamanship to make
the crew of ten. Bearded Mr,
venson, who served both
the Merchant and Royal Navy,
intends to make his round-the-
World trip via Lisbon, Tangier,
Canary and Cape Verde Islands,
West Indies, Panarna, across
Pacific and home round the Cape
of Good Hope.

West
oF

to

up

Ste in

Empioyment Agency
ee BAILEY, emerged
last week in a new role—
that of employment agency.

f result of his efforts,
operation with the

As
and in co-
Colonial OMece

Englist

But G

of



will

No Hurry
~EORGE HEADLEY

1

eorge is

not be

not

South Africa-born

ple

the winter.
Indian writers in order to make
arrangements for
meeting of the Congress of non-
writers.
posed meeting is planned to take
place in the Gold Coast in 1952.

New Liaison Officer
academic

Purop

HEN

ean

th

e

once the

greatest of all West Indian
batsmen and still a grand cricket-
returning
Jamaica at the close of the prese
cricket season,
instead to remain in England, It
almost certain he will re-sign
for next season for Dudley in the her love for him, his wife be-
Birmingham and District League. comes with child by another man.
prepared to Her husband passes from ecstatic
commit himself yet. “Why hurry,” delight
he said last week. There is plenty when he learns the truth. But at
time.”

Congress of Authors

R. PETER ABRAHAMS,
author, vet, I feel, it is ‘“‘mucked about.”

: t the W ndies this There are only four characters—
ans to bg aes * jo “West the husband, the wife, their close

He plans tions.

the inaugural

The

new









(Heinemann, 7s. 6d.), alarms me,
In bare essence, it is the story
of a man who passionately be-
lieves in the blood he has inher-
ited from his fathers, and who
to feels it a passionate duty to pass
nt on that blood to future genera-
But, he is sterile.
* *

and because of









MIGHTIEST OF ALL
WESTERN
ADVENTURES!

aaviin this,

to murderous despair
the last he comes to feel that!
heredity is the possession not of
one man, but of all mankind.
The story is brilliantly told and

Color by
TECHNICOLOR

A Paramoun: Picture starring

RAY MILLAND - HEDY LAMARR
MACDONALD CAREY

friend, and the other man. First
they are part of a circus. Next,
with the same names, character-

pro- istics, and problem, they are
farmers. Finally they are sea-

farers. 1
—L.E.S.





“I Shall Die At














































BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951
4 ‘
Social Welfare | Eepeeporeoeaes OLLI LLLP OOOO LSA Or = ——-- — = ;
< NG j i
RRIVING in England la t| Ril] Gest the Bana « If:
s “8 oo |
week was Jamaican Mis "E _e'o: ° Zatean sod | Pi AF ‘ 23 Lallab ¥
fe cas damien PANETTA DRESS SHOP 328.) 210 |S se
worker, v4 is there under the 8 ACTION-PACKED, ROMANCE-DANGER
e auspices of the British Council Upstairs Newsam & Cx TODAY 4.4
Cricketers Farewell 5 to study social welfare and youth g 3 Robert ;
I res Bp oo ee work. During a three-month stay Lower Broad Street g 1TCHUM GREE! BI ~ THE BIG STEAL”
Indian inderers play their she will visit various parts of the ~
final cricket match of the sum-+ British WAP ak ° CHINATOWN CHUMP I : I UND A DOG ¢
mer against Hastings C.C. The x a ee Re ee
match has a special significance E S S E S % aes 889 ea eS
is it will, in all probability, mark . Canes a & :
hun “Rees farewel creket ap: |) LNB OK ¥ || tHe RED DRAGON TRIGGER! AN"
pe : in England—at least x t READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDER $ ———————————————— _ SSS = = \
‘rt » visit of the next West HAS ME S user OISTIN | ar
Indies team AP MEAL LAAT coot || PILAZA dia sion |)! 4; Af E ry | Y
For some years now Alan has W v
Teday & Tomerrow (Only) | file GARDEN — ST. JAMES
been one of the stalwarts of the PU i A ED 5 & 8.30 p.m TODAY (Only) 8.30 p.m
West Indies Wanderers team as 4 é be i Z vs Thrills icetidendi y1GGs &@ MAGGIE IN SOCIETY
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Burt ~-LANCASTER

in his first BIG Technicolor
WESTERN

“ VENGEANCE
VALLEY ”’

| Thaenight 7

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Liaison Officer, Miss Eileen King, year begins in October, West “EXTRA ATTRACTIONS TONITE
mrinidad’s sprint star, a been Indian and Bahamas students in 11.45 m. Aug 4"? t with
taken on the staff of the Kodak London = rare a sb: p- - THE ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST Robert 'VALKER
Photographic Manufactur- Vaison officer at the olonia ° = : Ses }ha,
ing Company. She will do cleri- Oe a * ori De ae = Mrs, Hanson Predicted EDDIE HALL Singing . siaats 3egin The Beguine” Sally FORREST
cal work in the office anq will British Guiana, who Is in Bngiane ‘ Cali Fs NEVILLE PHILLIPS Singing | “What’s My Name” Adventure, Drama, in its
now be able to remain in England 2. take over from Mr. G. E. M. REDOOD CITY, cee FITZ HAREWOOD Singing ........... “Count Your Blessing’ Rugged Best
until next summer, when it is Mills, the present liaison officer = When Mrs. E H 4 CARL BEST Singing .. “Friendly Star”
f J t en Mrs. Edythe Hanson, 32 v " 4
hoped she will go to Helsinki to W ho leaves for Jamaica Nex! yor hospital a month ago, she | BYRON ROLLOCK Singing . “The Lord’s Prayer’ —
represent Trinidad at the Olympic month. Mr. De Grott was in Eng: m made a gloomy prophecy, “I shall HUBERT CLARKE Singing . ‘Be My Love’ MONDAY and TUESDAY
Games land during the war and studied je at 11.45 p.m. on August 21.” 4.50 & 8.15 pan.
T Appoititments at the London School of Econo- Her friends and neighbours laugh- GUEST ARTISTS:
wo Ppolneny , mics where he obtained the Lon- ed. Nevertheless, a number of 7
‘HE former Miss Violet Baine don University Diploma in Public callers dropped by her house, last B. A. S. P. O. The Fcx Super Double
of Jamaica, who aaer tO Administration. Fusgang Ace ‘just to see how she
Freetown a few months ago, has was rs anson was still alive - . Ce ‘ : nne CRY
been appointed Nursing Sister at War Against Blindness They told her, * ‘you are just imag- Barbados All Steel Pereussion Orchestra ‘ - Jeanne CRAIN &
the Government Hospital there ining things.” Mrs. Hanson smiled, PLUS: ' . William LUNDIGAN
Her husband, Flt. Lt. John Smyth, N exhibition of photographs but said nothing. That night ar yer, POE
has been appointed Crovn Coun- illustrating the fight against aa 7 aire Han, Wer, - The Hottest Technicolour Musical Short , DTV : = ne
= hg et Supreme Court 7 oo in the pone nee husband said, “I called the doctor “ CHAMPAGNE FOR TWO” OD nt | TH] YF
a Li : pened in London last week, The 44°41.45 and he pronounced her
Three Weeks exhibition is arranged by the gead RICES: as eg ‘ PINKY
FF to Jamaica on three week oe ee are for on Mr. Hanson said, that his wits 7 ay N } 1 , p
holida this morning by Blind and includes a unique set was a woman of great faith, an ae : x ee anaes mee ay | yr :
ean ok ae “Hat-Gaemicheel, of pictures taken by the pockets people with such faith have pre- Pit 24¢; House 40¢: Balcony 60c¢ Boxes 72c. ‘ and
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lege. He will be staying with the problem of blindness in that —U.P. : ckets on Sale TONITE from 7 O'Clock “THE CLOCK”
friends in Kingston, particular area. ene

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P 108 - Var Dias Int Amsterdan



BY THE WAY ecee By Beachcomber

HE sale of Burlington
Arcade will make no differ-
ence, I am assured, to the strict

code of etiquette which makes it

what it is.






Nobody must whistle—not even
in surprise. Nobody must run—
not even if a thief has snatched
his watch. “Singing, pushing a
perambulator and opening an
umbrella are forbidden.” Nor
must you bowl your hat along

like a hoop, look at people back-
wards through your legs, or blow
down the neck of a shopkeeper.

Disraeli once had an _ alterca-
tion there. He was pushing a
perambulator, when a beadle ap-
proached and told him that
children were not allowed in the
Ar-ade, With a suave gesture
the incorrigible beau put back
the hood from the perambulator
and revealed its contents—a heap
of plaster and some old_ boots.
The beadle took his name, but
Disraeli pleaded privilege, as an
M.P., and promptly opened his
umbrella and began to sing a
lhitornella,



‘There’s a long, long
nose a-winding .. .

’
WOMAN wrote in a morning
paper the other day, evi-

dently in complete seriousness

“If the nose is a trifle long, the

faintest touch of rouge applied

beneath the tip will make it
appear shorter.” The longer the
nose, the bigger must be the spot
cf rouge underneath it. The
woman with a regular Cromwell-
iocad of a nose had better plaster
the whole space between nostril
ond upper lip with rouge. But

a2 8 28 @
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN'S SHIRTS

BOY'S PYJAMA S

DIAI. 4606

men realise that
the proboscis ‘s
otherwise
the

let short-sighted
the shortness of
an optical illusion,
there will be a_ collision,
woman's claret will be tapped, a
the boxers say, and before she
knows where she is willing hands
will be thrusting rusty keys down

the back of her Gress, It is better
te wear your nose proudly in the
face of the world, and without

shameful subterfuges.

(Refrain: There’s a
nose a-winding into
of my dreams.)

not self

lone
land

long,
the

Service,
HE fall of sales in London
shops (which leading econo-

mists believe may be due to high

Rupert and the Sorcerer-





ce" “ENS

the reed have gone Algy
turns to Rupert. ‘| don’:
what the others think,” he says.
‘I'm sure | saw that saucer thing.”’
“Yes, so am 1,"’ replies Rupert.
“And what's more, ['m going
Straight away to try to find out

rh “wh is ‘

When

care



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YOUR SHOE STORES



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prices
started
hopke

the cu

and there will soon be “barkers.
Through

come
buys ¢

chute,

by a

glamouraire
mingle

edge

talking

travel,
Sticks

hended

signs



more a
you,”

back to where they first met.
then they cannot agree on where to
so Rupert goes
ks is the right direc.
him and

and lack

of

money)

1 “service drive.’

eper said,
istomer

the
such

1 pair

and
film

with

charmi

fish,
of

to

seasi
any
of

bout it."

cries Algy. @And they hurry

sucer,



the

star.”
ceptionettes
the

Outside

ngly

and

de
body

leav es
lett

rock
who
buying something,



"AS
all

loudspeakers
exhortations
ns ilk up walk up! Anyone who'
of socks can see the |
bearded lady, ride on the water- |
have his fortune told

Beautiful ace- |

shoppers,
them towards the counters,
of foreign
clothes-pegs.

will

Cee neem

From the Editorials. 9 00 p.m Stradivari
Orchestra 945 pm World Affairs
110 00 p m. The News. 10 10 p m. Inter
"ices ¢& ac 3 has |lude. 1015 p.m. Asian Survey. 10 30
» “servi ° one\|p ™. Charlie Kunz. 1045 pm. The
a “s |
showkeaner af “We must entice | Position of Britain
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|
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Programme

t's A Vouygh. Verrifie Adventures

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 Actually Filmed in ROMANTIC ME XI¢ ‘oO
1115 a.m. Programme Parade. 11 25
am Listeners’ Choice 11 45 am er te alienate epeeneiemct
World Affairs, 12 00 noon. The News : 2
1210 pm. News Analysis
100 p.m —6.45 pom 19. 76M. as le h,, Te Le Rs
400 pm. The News. 4.10 p m. Inter
lude 415 pm Flint of the Flying
Squad 445 pm. Sporting Record. 5 00

pm. Composer of the week, 5 15 p.m
Light Music. 6 00 pm. Merchant Navy
Programme 61 pm Transatlantic
Quiz, 645 p m. Programme Parade. 6,55
pm. To-day's Sport
7.00 p.m.—10 45 pom 25 53M 31.3°oM
The News 710 pm News
715 pm West Indian Diary
The Hymns we Sing. 8 00 p.m. |
8.15 pm_ English Mag
Interlude. 8 55 pwr

700 pm
Analysis
745 pm
Radio Newsreel

azine. 845 pm



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RAMON NOVARRO - DON ALVARADO + JOHW QUALEN

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Opening TODAY 2.30-1.15 & 8.30
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PLAZA

BRIDGETIOWS
the Shorts ...
“LT Found A Dog"
“Chinatown Chump”



Across

. This type gets desired resuit. iv
. ‘The unicorn at sea. (7)
- Repeat in choice choirs. (4)
Por exampie, brag—not he
soneg. out not mine. (3)



(6) |

» L am apt to tabel.
. Scrateher,
. Ward you leave
Just too, too.

Zealand shrub.

(6)
not quite al! in.
by. (3)
oe for a New

(2-2
A tender. (5)
.» Outline a brief play.

Down

A bube line.
Poist a cue

(4)

em Et — —
BHsoeckea

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(6)

(anag.)
waggisii iy.
Suitable epithet to:
Swindle, (5)
Hali-time ? (4)
Not always earned, (4)

» Simalt hillock.

. Pititess. (5) 11, Loathing.
Ridge left unpioughed,
Manx linen ? (4)

The hour of heavy Seatie.
. It’s the pace they set. (4)

Solution of Saturday's puzzie

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Geraneese

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FOX SUPER DOUBLE

Montezuma

TECHNICOLOR

SPENCER
TRACY

JOAN



OPENING Friday,

The Loves and Times of
RUDOLPH VALENTINO

““VALENTINO ”

Starring Eleanor PARKER
Anthony DEXTER



jth September

“PANIC IN THE
STREETS ”

Starring—

Richard WIDMARK

Story of the Romantic Idol of a Paul DOUGLAS

Fabulous Era !

MURDER! SUSPENSE !



MONDAY and TUESDAY
4.30 & 8.15 p.m
TODAY—4.30 & 8.15 p.m.
The FOX DOUBLE

tex HARRISON
Linda DARNELL in

“ TRADER HORN”

A Jungle Thriller
Harry CAREY

“*UNFAITHFULLY
YOURS”

AND

‘* BOOMTOWN ”

Starring
AND

“THAT NIGHT IN

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“Clark G ABLE RIO”
a Starring Alice FAYE
cena ti oe iebaebiit Carmen MIRANDA
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE os PAGE THREE
~
B.G. May Export Nehru I eels
*) vr .
3 CEORGE -— THIG PHOTOGRAPH OF u LL ? | SUPPOS . ‘
36,000 lous Of ME MAKES ME LOOK ABOUT 60 — tie ONLY WAY OUT Like A “Dead
° rue YOU OVGUT TO TELL THEM TO 16 TO TAKE KER MIND |
Rice I his y ear CAANGE (IT — OR DO YOU THINK OFF THE PHOTO AND + as |
TS UKE Me fi eIVE HER SOMETHING P ro 1 * |
' (From Our Own Correspondent P LSE TD THINK ABOUT er Sor
GEORGETOWN, August {
British Guiana will have NEW DELHI, Aug. 22. “ry
proximately 36,000 tons of rice {: Prime Minister Nehru on Wed-} i ell me
export in the 1951—!:

crop year



rising to 40,000 tons in 19

nesday deplored the growing dis-

952—53 ‘nity in the powerful ey
declared Hon, John Fer Congress Party and said the | > .
Chairman of the Rice Marketi party's mission in India remained! Ost tol >





Board, after tours of the rice- unfulfilled.” But the party re- ' ;
growing areas of the Corentyne :ffrmed confidence in Nehru’s} Hf they all kill germs,
Coast, West Coast, Berbice, and eadership at a secret session in|

East Coast, Demerara.

“The crop of rice on the Coren-
tyne Coast,” Mr. Fernandes sais,
“Is larger than ever, both from
the point of view of area planted
and expected yield Everyone is











which he explained his
esignation from the
Working Committee.
“The Congress Party is still a
very big force in the country and
vill largely affect its future,” he

recent

how can one antiseptic
party’s



be safer than another?’

Some antiseptics lose most of their potency in the presence

; Tw ‘pe ° ‘ aid later. Of his own resignatio of bloed. Some, though very powerful, require very careful
convinced it was the largest cr¢ U.K. Shipbuilders AMERICAN COLUMN F >} W I Nehru confessed “the feeling has diluting to be safe on human tissues. The safe antiseptic for
ever grown on the Corentyn rene 1 1e€a been growing on me that I have hi ‘ lal efficie ve he
A visit to the third depths of thi “ " been failing in my mission and untrained use has high germicidal efficiency even in the
Blcomfield-Lette; Kenn, k ear Italian, that the situation has somehow presence of blood. It is non-poisonous, does not stain, it is
revealed that here where land was



formerly used for cat

tle,
completely

cultivated with rice



Japanese Rivalry

Pay As You Look Price Rises

been slipping from my grasp.” He

: gentle on tissues. These are some of the reasons why ‘Detto?
said his decision te resign was #1



Cj “instinctive urge.” is safe.
“Every square yard of available By HAROLD GUARD NEW YORK GOVT FEARS TROUBLE The Prime Minister maintained i '
lane ts planted, LONDON, Aug. 28 P look TV is goi Washing Pe By EDWARD M. KoRRY ‘hat the Cong es; Party was a
This increase in production call Japanese and Italian competi- _, ay-as-you-100 Is going to Washington to give thé PARIS, Aug. 23 great cementing force” which
for increased faciliticn fae calls tion is being watched with in- Government a look. The French Cabinet by fixiny COUld affect the political and eco-} THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
ling, and it is expected the Board “reused, anxiety by the British And*what the Government sees and decides will mean the new price of wheat, appears OMe development of India but a o e
will shortly make arrangements ship building industry. The latesy hundreds of millions of dollars to Hollywood, the TV in- to have drawn down political D® Warned that the Party mus

for providing additional storage
and handling facilities for the two





edition of Lloyds’ list shows that
Italy is building 65 ships of 311,333








troubles for itself. The average

stry, i i i 5 ynadway.
du try. the praee fight business, and Broad y Frenchman soon will be paying an

The official decision on TV’s future may mean that

in a “fit position to approac!
the public powerfully.”





. ‘ : alli satan tan certain ; He said, “we cannot run away
rming A : tons gross, of which 45, totalling j . a , . R., increase of 11 francs per kilo oi ,.
Boe ee “— Ean 258,064 tons gross, will be regis- fighters like “Randy ’ Turpin, actresses like Lilli Palmer, pread, thus increasing pressure on hg reaper. ilities which com
Spring land (Corentyne Higacs, » tered in Italy. and Sarah Churchill can be seen:— the Government for higher wages ie a a oe “— rs yple
yer , : > “ ; Vice Premier Rene Mayer, th: , 7°28! ere fo his with-
wen ws iat sekctee sm By March this year, 47 ships of (1) Free, on the family’s ordi- back seat of their ca Radical Socialist, who has been “"2Wal from the Working Com-
2 es as arbice, 285.208 saints aa . . ts fe : _ re _ n sittee a “0 , . ' mee
and the East Coast, Demarare’ comy Age Italy, includ ie 8 me “Or f i h aeeeereryssaee giv oh dnprecedinted econcite fait like oa ‘a eee see 7
the rice areas are visible from va 37,059 tons Sanat dae f i Sestpnenaieihe bo EVERY TIME they shoot off a powers by Plev en, agreed to the on some dead 3 wuitine.” "He sei
the roadside and as far as the eye registration.’ In 1949, Italy put (8) Or. on. cinema-size Ty "oCket at the White Sands increase of 845 francs per quintal 1. sometimes felt it was bette
; em see inland. Reports from nearly 90,000 tons gross of ship- screens in theatres Teena ie 271 ane Mexico = ea =e sont high 3,445 10 “live more or less a seclude a
Ssequibo also tell of a bumpe1 of . . bik “ 2 ;, it costs the ww. £71,f ; rancs. us, in turn, wi mean ite giving “a oi nlen
crop. ee aoe eRe es Vain ae sor ty Savane eo t b on A fortnight ago they shot oif bread prices rising from the pres- |° #'Ving advice throu St r. i contains QUININE as its FOURTH ingredient! The Quinine
tic’ registration. d th tor t thet roduct: efi One OOStS 971,500 worth again — a Viking ent level of 38 francs to a nev = {a Cin] Rois bidet peysttg fie tye nt
° .* f re ham cea =" al aes) "hor ak giant in the rh th rocket carrying instruments ta price of 50 francs. has been scientifically blended with 7 e , ;
Winds Rain Damage 7” ns Radi Gore a eae nen the measure cosmic rays. It was set Bad Weather “ ania * 7 medicines (Phenacetin, Caffeine and Acetylsalicylic Acid), so t at the
: . Japan durant * Metuene eh Penith to go up 50 miles, but went u) Owing to extremely bad weathe Crucifixes F or Che four medicines together act synergistically. That is why ‘Anacin
Wakenaam Island The British ship-building indus- Radio Corporation want Govern- 130 miles—a new record combined with the delay in settin > i relieves pain fast, and restores your sense of well-being.
9 try fears that an even more ser- ment licences to enable them to 4, f#t is 116 to 118 miles higher the new wheat price, France, al I ope Antd Eva TANAGIN/ |s Welcomed by Doctors! Over 12,000 doctors and dentists
B.G icus threat is developing in Japan put programmes on pay-as-you- ‘ham the highest a rocket plane though an exporter of wheat, ha (ARASIN/
. . ’ ™

Lloyds’ returns showed that 8. oil

look sets,

with a man inside has gone,

and

been importing small tonnages o!

/ in Great Britain alone use it in their surgeries! Fevers,

Peron



ats ¢ terms ’.2° CO , y di ‘ colds, headaches, toothache, rheumatism, neuralgia—this wonderful
aint sit tankers ‘otalling 95,030 tons gross beats a German V.2's record of wheat recently, to keep the mill rn F bbe toner ell cbtiiaws’t
GEORGETOWN Bee ent. oe under construction in Japan, _ Patamount’s system is a coin 14 miles. going. With the harvest totalling kha ‘ new specific brings you amazingly quick reli !
ny et i Be papel ae: Two sraall steamers. totalling 740 box, Zenith would add the cost nit the height of its path the 90% of last year’s record and with Hite TOKYO Aug. 23 [AN AGI W/ °Os' little. You can buy it in a two-tablet
tb-duy, ‘tell ao "feavt teas tons gross are being built for Of the progcamme to the monthly ie was going at 4,100 miles the new price almost fulfilling bas ee ui ae bere . [anac envelope—enough to bring quick relief
done to Wakenaam Island in ‘the Thailand. telephone bill. R.C.A. is keeping @8 Dour. ae growers’ demands, France will t5 Senor Eva Shea lan tae ot i froma bout of pain, Or ina handy 20-tablet
Essequibo River mout ; Ship-buildi ees _, its method of payment a secret. Sun kills shows probably be exporting again rathes tent u Eva Pe , wife of tl box, Or in & SO-tablet beeele (fer
aeat hates crane mouth on Ship-building quarters said that A scrambler would fuzz pro- BROADWAY show business is than importing in a matter of “f8entine President and the other
ae oe ay cee around 10.30 the’ Japanese threat has been in« grammes so that watcher could go bad that you can get South weeks. to Pope Pius X11, Sausake Endo heme se)
clock, when heavy winds, ac- creased ‘by the devaluation of not pick “ 9 5 geekrot tie 5 er . . President of the Nishi Nihon
5 ! ° rid epee up “Randy” or Lélli Pacific ats by st § , t S Ss s y e Nis t el
vented a ny, 3 ia tr Ee European currencies, which re= unless they paid for them rh a mae Take” okisn” fe Last — a totalled Boeseki Kaisi (West Japan Spin “ ARM YOURSELF
vanised sheets from roofs, blow- sult the ma > : ice 7 . Pe) ae ; ate : > ting Mill), left by Pan Americ: a
ing them 200 feet Sita Su aan ss ua deere of Such a system might be Holly- them. This has not happened 67,000,000 quintals, or about qiek oy pt a f y i u Amer AGAINST PAIN
away. order ) British shipyards and wood's salvation, Studios could since “South Pacific’ opened 957 7,700,000 tons while this year’s is Ly ae. en - eae ee eek Leese "
One building 80 feet by 40 feet — caer eae ee : sell films to pay-as-you-look tele- shows ago. Another play, “Season expected to be about 8 to 10 per de 3 p.m. today for Buen GET ‘ANACIN’ TODAY!
wag lifted off its brick pillars and ritain was said to have tried to cast companies. On the other in the Sun,” is closing, S,

deposited on the

ground, Its
fourteen brick pillars ;

> crack-
ed at the base, while giant tree
















limit the expansion of Japanese
ship-building, through a clause in
the Japanese draft peace treaty,












hand free TV could in time kill reduces the
off cinemas, and Hollywood, too. plays



That cent. less, due to extremely heavy
survivors to four
eight musicals. A

rain during the summer.
and

season of However, it is expected that













Endo will stop at Honolulu and A
New York scheduled t«
arrive at Buenos Aires on August

i ‘ANAGCIN’ is sold throughout Great Britain and South Africa under the game ‘ANADIN®
anc is

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yer, lifte but this was rejected by the United Music and feasting weather is ‘ase SUNDY France will have a small export- 31. Both crucifixes are 15 inches
et os Cts States on the grounds that Japan ALL NIGHT in Kentucky’s , oe able surplus since the 1951 crop in height and made of the finest [MARK - YOUR
s : ymmissioner ViS=- ¢imnply ae aie : Ce be die - atid a St ; . » ashe aus abies 5
dea chen Glee Sie ketone ove : a Py uae ie tey its own way. mountains they sang to guitars The 90 must go — ~ eS “poor one ~— ” oe are gifts of | “oh ’ . >
was reported 1€ nited States argument was and fiddles—7,000 mothers and despite Unsere le comparison eh as ' n ° 1e late scientist Dy j { °
‘ that Japanese construction could sweethearts, (grandfathers and STIFF with honour, the code with the 1950 yield which was an Takasi Nagai and the city of }
E ; ‘ Be — : a supply of children—songs, and hymns alike of West Point, America’s Sand- ougelni ven for ative ; Nagasaki.
o “ ‘ . ron and steel and other raw “Shall we gather at the river?” hurst, must be maintained, The | Premier even is attempting The cruci..x to Senora Pe
fy pt Liuw illing materials. When dawn came, housewives superintendent rules that 90 trim the expected rise in brea’ peing a A ones, Dee x :
ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 22 Finance By U.S set huge cakes, barbecued beef cadets caught cheating in exams prices witn a plan to cut the taxe? qnanks for the gift of a qates ce | a
Informed quarters on Wed: Shit -building cmeurealie seid and pork, smoked hams, potato must leave, despite anguished on flour the Virgin Mary which the Senora | << t % oe Me a.
doubted Turkey's efforts to r however: that it was evident that pies, and apple tarts on tables parents’ protests Already a motion ot censure has sent to Nagasaki earlier in the 4 1 ®
i { co ttlement of the ee eevee a! jaid end to end for 300 yards. Writes commentator Max : ‘ mn ar the ~ac year. Endo is one ‘ ¢ } “
an out of court settlement of the Japan's current ship-building pro- ens Ve . ; been introduced over the whea un is one of a mission t¢ .
Suez Canal blockade would suc- ; : eo p The singers, gathered for the Lerner: “The West Point story ji ice, This was presente “ai, Argentine to confe dus RITISH
a ckade would su gramme was being financed Jarge r Ma ; price. This was pr nted by Jea z t nfer with indu
ceed, as Turkey was aiming at a jy from the Un fed Ste Rnd aed seventh annual hill-billy song shows a disturbing willingness by [egandre, a member of General trial leaders there, regarding th LA
compromise formula, while Egypt ye es oe + oe ooo festival, had a sunrise breakfast, young Americans to do not what Gyiries De Gualle’s party installation of spinning milis te ,
was not willing to budge. What %.., Abe eX* 800 000 fee 7 you obligated yourself to do, but However, an absolute shajority make Arentina self suiielent to . eo
she claims here is sovereign right, "Mee tend 6 : ees Gangsters are out what you can ‘get’ away’ with. of 314 votes is required to over- textiles. [ is
xd & vor nee me that the Ee et ne THE CHARMED LIFE which Military officers are our new turn the Government and it was After short visits to Sao Paulo rue FAS est SERVICE TO
Following Selim Sarper’s speech th Fy aia eT a thie oF : e noe ae Texas gambler Herbert Noble led Priesthood—the only group in our concidered doubtful that thoss Brazil and Ne York, he will EUROPE, ¥~
on Thursday supporting the Uniteq the balance of this year, at least 56 for years ended on August 8 in a society of whom we expect supporters of higher prices foe proceed to Europe where he y
Nations injunction, ordering Egypt ships yan we aca he uns bomb blast which blew him to poverty, chastity obedience and producers—even with the com- will visit the Vatican to present a e
to lift the blockade, Lé Toes daoun hopes aT stable tained pieces. Eleven other attempts to above all, honour. bined opposition of Communists crucifix to the Pope.
Secretary General A i De ena e eg Ewe kill him had failed i48 vould be able to muster that much Endo w asked to take the
oa A = 1,500.00: Ss ss : . ? VOUIG ; : Fogel ee: it -
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sala El [00 ee se eee aoa tere: His rivals hated the 58-year- Britain ahead a strength crucifixes for delivery in view of C. A J YOU SAVE MONEY TOO ON
Din conferred with the Turkish “P@r tad hee Tr | Segoe q| old, silver-haired “bullet dodger’ DOLLAR - EARNING British producers want a price of 3,800 his being Catholic and his affili 8 ‘
Charge D'Affaires here. The two ®tracted by a urdeteaee an@! so much that there was a 10,000- manufacturers of radio trans= fpanes —U.P. tion with the Catholic priest at 4) EVERY LETTER. jc
men asked the Turkish diplomat Promises of early delivery dollar reward in underworld formers containing cobalt have Nagasaki.—U.P.
to convey to his Government tl They id that this total will] cireles for the man who rubbed their American rivals . worried e
profound disappointment at exceed Japan's gross tonnage at| him out. American makers cannot use ‘4 i nn
key’s stand, which they described the time of Pe: ar i The postman rang only once at cobalt in their transformers—it Dies Sudderly yy 7 mp aa >.
) ! in of Pearl Harbour in Pp & y c : ; rar appre 1 | [ & - cea
as a serious blow to Turkis December, 1941.—U.P. his luxury Dallas home and un- is needed for steel in defence amslrerre¢ OU. ASK BRITISH WEST INDIAN
elations.—-U.P. ittingly let someone unknown. erders. So importers bought Theophilus Cummins of West ox ehebwks hie "
relat SRR Let 5 BOR : WASHINGTON AIRWAYS
. fides ——— _- ——_— — i r 38,436 British radio sets in five bury Road who was admitted . INGTON, Aug, 22 FOR. AIRMAIL
claim the reward, Fi R :
Noble went to the door box fo months—eight times as many as 10.30 p.m. on August 21 at the |) **a! Admiral Burke, one of tt STICKERS.
Pe collect his mail. Instead, he they bought from the whole wor’d General Hospital died suddenly United Nations negotiators in the “ ‘
released a booby trap bomb the year before Wednesday. A post mortem exam- Kaesong cease-fire talks has been eo.
planted in a parcel which the The alarmed American make ination was perfoimed at the Ger eee Faneinctse ° Washing a Lea
fe . ostman had put in the box, have gone to Washington to ask eral Hospital Mortuary the same ‘0M could not be learned im- am — ” - ‘
Learn To Be Your Own Pp In Hollywood, gangsters Tony for a ban on _ British sets. day by Dr. A. S. Ashby and death paiatey yesh Burke's tran ean ALWANS AIRMAIL “BRITISH CARRIER” FOR SPEED AND ECONOMY.
5 ] ; Brancato and Ton Trombino But Washington says: “We must was attributed to cerebral haemor. WOuld be effective, or whether - ’
Make-l Pp Artisti — And Double were shot dead by Bae in the keep our friends.” rhage there . as any connection with the
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Friday, August 24, 1951

A RELIEF FUND

THE many and sizcere expressions of
sympathy with the people of Jamaica in
their sufferings would be but empty noth-
ingness if they were not fortified hy some
tangible evidence of efforts for relief.

Barbadians like other peoples in the
Caribbean area will gladly join in measures
of relief either special or general. It was
fitting that His Excellency the Governor in
transmitting a message of sympathy from
the people of this island should have en-
quired whether Barbados could help in any
way. But the answer is to be found in the
vast scale of devastation by the
hurricane. Any help is welcome; and the
quicker that help is given the greater its
merit.

Already the Red Cross, and even its for-
eign branches, equipped for such emer-
gencies have brought initial relief to the
sick and starving, but there for
clothes, and food for the destitute and shel-
ter for the homeless.

Once again at a time of sore distress
among our neighbours, the Barbados Advo-
cate launches a Fund for the Relief of the
Sufferers of Jamaica and invite the people
of this island to join in what must be con-
ceived as a moral duty—the making of con-
tributions great or small. These will be
gratefully received and publicly acknow-
ledged.

The machinery for the collection of such
contributions was set in motion yesterday
and the Managers of the three Commercial
Banks have consented to receive subscrip-
tions from today and until the close of the
Fund. Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., will be the
Hony. Treasurer and has also made ar-
rangements for subscriptions to be re-
ceived at the Advocate Office.

Within recent times Barbadians have been
privileged to contribute for various causes
to'the relief of people in St. Lucia and Anti-
gua where the scale of devastation was less
and the losses correspondingly low. The
people of Barbados have been spared for
many years the ravages caused by the
storm and tempest and for this they should
be thankful to an inscrutable Providence
and show their thanks in tangible form.

The figures of estimated losses run into
millions: loss to trade and industry, loss of

caused

is need

erep anda merchandaise ant Garnare to prop» ”

erty. Even the number of human lives can
be accurately estimated in time. But the
toll of human suffering is beyond the ken
of ordinary men and women. It cannot be
measured in terms of sterling but the
thought that human sympathy is being ex-
tended fo them will in large measure
assuage the grief at their misfortune.

The people of this island have always
been practical in their outlook and it is to
this good sense that an appeal is made for
funds to relieve the sick and suffering, the
destitute and the of
Jamaica.

homeless people

ILL-TIMED

THE Barbados Workers’ Union published
a notice recently that a march will be
staged in Bridegtown on Saturday morning
in protest against the treatment of coloured
people in the Union of South Africa.

Civilised people the world over will agree
that ill-treatment of human beings is to be
denounced wherever and whenever possi-
ble. This was demonstrated by the feelings
of the House of Assembly a few days ago.
An address embodying the terms of protest
is desirable and quite in place by those who
feel strongly in the matter.

It is to be wondered, however, what the
proposed march can do by way of strength-
ening the language used or the force of the
protest. But this is not the only cause for
wonder.

A march staged on Saturday before noon
will tend to dislocate business and must
bring hardships to many people who seek
to get their supplies for the week-end. It
should have been possible to stage this
march during the afternoon when people
are enjoying their weekly half holiday and
when more of them could join without dis-
locating business.











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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Servanis.
it

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is not enough

£18.000 Villa

and
for

MR. DAWSON
Big Boy Of The

The Paris case



in which Cock-
ney financier George Dawson
faces charges involving £25,000
may produce further evidence
his fantastic international d

But little will be told of the pri
vate life of this 42-year-old forme:
scrap-iron merchant from Brixton
who is reputed to have made
£ 35,000,000 out of surplus military
equipment since the war

There may be no reference to





the two-quart bottle of perfume
on Dawson’s . dressing table at
Villa la Saugette, his palatial
rome at Canne

3ut that big b » is a clue to
the character of > remarkable
man

George", explains | beauti-
ful wife, e every-



Olga, ‘‘must hav
thing on a big i







And Dawson's “grand manner”
applies to his home lif
as to 1ticnal
deals
It Has 13 Bedrooms

A neighbour of 1¢ Age
Dawson paid £18,000 for his
set in two acre of garden over-
jooking Cannes harbour

Despite its 13 bedrooms, four
bathrooms and sive reception
rooms, Dawson still craves fox
space.

In the big lounge, with its moon-
shaped balcony, he told rece!











visitor he leoking for r
home be a ]

I must over Canne ‘
for willas with wimming pool
and a tennis court’, he said.
‘Then I'll make an offer to buys
the largest”

Sharing Dawson's post-war lux-
urie at Canne are his second

ife, Olga, 28 years old platinum

blonde, their so Francois, aged






three, and baby Daniel, ang eight
years old Tania, Mrs. Dawson’
daughter by her former marriage.

Olga Dawscn, the daughter of

British naturalised White Russians







once a dancer on the Lond

Her mother runs the villa, But
as housekeeper she keeps to her
own quarters and does not dine
with the family

The nine servants at the villa
include Simon, the tall French
butler, and Leon, a tiny French



AB wiidis



Wall

LONDON, Aug. 16.
While British exporters are
wonsidering how best Uney carn

take advantage of the Cuban tariff

concessions under the Anglo-
Cuban trade pact, there are in-
creasing signs of deterioration in

trade relations between Cuba and

the United States, traditionally
Cuba’s most impertant supplier
and Britain’s chie: competitor in

this trade,

The United States, with its pre-
ferential tariffs, has always en-
joyed the lion’s share of Cuban
export-import trade. In 1949, the
latest complete year for which
figures are available, the United
States supplied 80 per cent. of
Cuba’s imports and provided a
market for 64 per cent. of the

island’s exports, At the same time,
Britain took 12 per cent. of Cuban
exports, but provided only one per
cent. of her imports.

The balance-of-trade problem,
therefore, was a serious one for
3ritain, In 1950, it is estimated that
Britain bought some £38,000,000
worth of Cuban goods and sold
only £3,000,000 worth of her own
goods to Cuba, thus leaving a
deficit of £35,000,000,

What are Britain's chances ot
making a big invasion of the
Cuban market with her export
goods now that she has beén put
on the same tariff level as the
United States? Will the risk to
the sugir and cigar industries
of the British West Indies
prove to have been worth while

from the point of view of
Britain's trade balance?
These are questions to which

only time and further experience
in the Cuban market can give the
answer, But certain trends are
already beginning to show
themselves.
Motor vehicles
Rvitain’s most valuable jexport
items today. Indeed, Britain is
now the world’s largest motor ex-
porter, having sold 540,000 cars,
trucks and buses last year in a
al known export figure of just
urder 1,000,000 vehicles from all
exporting countries, The United
States, once the greatest motor
exporter of all, sold only 260,000

are one of



vehicles outside its own home
narket last year,
Britain’s export salesmen have

done their job so brilliantly that
they have built up a substantial
market for British motors in the











By JOSEPH GARRITY












GEORGE EAWSON
chauffeur who maintains the five
fami limousines—a Citroen, three
Cadil ind a Mercedes-Lenz

Family Man And His
Treasures
No mansion in this resort of

nillionaires is more expensively
corned than the Villa la Saugette,
cream and gilt period fur-
Persian carpets and rare
vorks of
Like
Daws«¢
amily

As he siis at his desk, adorned
with a solid gold Cartier writing
set solid gold cigarette
lighter, Dawson gazes fondly at
the pictures of his family about ihe
room

Near his elbow stands a silver-
framed photograph of his parents

wn it
re,




art
many
nis a proud

tough businessmen,
and affectionate

and a

Largest of the paintings on the
wall is a life-size portrait of his
wife ¢

Flowers To Fill Twenty

Vases

A'few minutes in their presence
are sufficient to prove that George
ond Olga Dawson are in love

Dawson is an admirer of his
wife’s childlike beauty. Because
he believes she brings him luck,
ke takes her everywhere on his
business trips, He buys her expen-
sive clothes and jewels



It is nis Namboyvent generosity
that makes Olga so fond of her
1ough-diamond husband. She



in Cuba

Prove

By BUTE HEWES

cormparable with selling a refrig-
crator to an Eskimo, This experi-
ence in beating American. sales-
men at their own game will stand
Britain in good stead when a full-
scale export attack is launched in
the Cuban market,

Britain made a start towards
cracking open the Cuban motor
market as far back as April last
year, when Leyland Motors, Ltd.,
the Lancashire firm of commercial
motor manufacturers, secured a
Cuban order for 630 buses, worth



$8,680,000. It was the biggest
individual expert contract signed
by a British firm since the war
and was secured in spite of U.S.
competition. Until then, British
manufacturers had had a_ poor
showing in Cuba and = South
America because of the intense
U.S. competition,

One of the conditions c_ this

contract was that the buses should
be delivered quickly. Big ship-
ments have been leaving British
ports for Cuba regularly and so
far 350 of the buses have been
sent. Leyland has even taken the
unusual step of chartering cargo
vessels to carry the vehicles
Soon after it became known in
Britain that the trade talks were
going on with Cuba, pessimists
pointed out that Cuban motorists

are so accustomed to American-
type cars that it would be
difficult, even with tariff con-

cessions, for Britain to break into
that market. Leyland’s success
appears to be the answer to this
forecast. At any rate, British
motor exporters are very hopeful
that they may be able to persuade
the private Cuban motorist that
British cars are more economical
than the big U.S. models, with
their heavy fuel consumption,

Textiles form the other big
group of British exports that
may be able to break into the

Cuoan market in sufficient volume
to make an appreciable difference
in Britain's dollar earnings from
Cuba. Here, bad feeling which has
developed in the United States
as a result of Cuba’s recent tariff
increases on U.S. cotton goods
may help British sales along,

American exporters feel that
this violent quarrel between the
U.S. and Cuban textile industries

goes far beyond the arguments
over tariff rates on U.S. textiles
entering the Cuban market. Unless







Riviera

the grand manner iii
refusal to do things by halves

dmires
hi

When te tuys her flowers, a
beuquet is not enough. He goes .o
the market himself and order

enough to fill 20 vases,
£50 For A Toy Car

When he tips waiters it is often
with a 4,000-frane note (about £4).
He has siven a similar note to a
child in the street—to buy toys.

When young Francois wanted a
toy motor-car for his birthday
George sent to Britain for a £50
irodel—and spent another £35
cetting it to France,

fur waiwsen, wno has been pic-
tured as a ruthless figure in inter-

ational finance, is an indulgent
fathe

At home he likes to romp with
his children.

Each day Francois and_ his
nannie are driven down to the
beech . For this trip Dawson in-
vites the child to choose whichever
limeusine he prefers.

Dawson is popular everywhere
because, in spite of his wealth, he
is still at heart the good-natured
“old-iron” man from Brixton

There is nothing flashy about his
clothes. His suits are plain in pat-
tern and perfectly tailored. Gold
cuff-links are his only jewellery

Short of Cash, Sometimes



Althcugh Dawscn is reputed to}

be very rich, his money is in many

countries. Once his telephone was |



cut eff becau short of ready
c2sh, he wes unable to pay the bill
The Dawsons lead a gay life



Their parties at the villa and ai
the Hote! Martinez are celebrate!

Dawson's nearest approach to a
hcbby is gambling at the
where his stakes are high.

He has two children by his
former wife, Florerce, who now
‘ives at Blackheath There is
Robert, aged eight, and daughter
Bubbles, aged 22, who married
ene. of her father’s agents

At Dawson’s invitation they all
recently visited Cannes and their
hotel bill cost him £600

Dawson’s latest toy is his 360-
ton motor yacht Mimosan, boughi
fcr £50,000. Every day he drives
cewn to Cannes harbour to inspect
the job of refitting it, which will
cost him another £50,000

—L.E.S

casino



hb Kxporters’ Prospects

Worthwhile?

the special position that Cuba has
held for so long in U.S, foreign
trade,

Typical of the bad _ feeling
between trade interests in the two
countries is a statement made
recently by Mr, John MeMillan, a
member of the U.S, House of Re-
presentatives, who declared: “If
Cuba feels she
throttle our traditional trade in
textiles, surely she cannot com-
plain if the United States re-
serves the right to buy sugar when
and where it chooses, Cuba admits
that the United States is the most
important outlet for its sugar. On
the other hand, Cuba seems to
ignore the fact that it is the most
important foreign market for
American rayons and the second
most important market for Ameri-
can cotton goods.”

Cuba buys about 45,000.00 yards
a year of U.S. synthetic textiles,
or about 30 per cent. of all U.S.
exports. In cotton goods, Cuba re-
presents a U.S. market for
65,000,000 yards a year. If these
quantities are reduced, as a result
of the controversy over tariffs,
Britain may be able to step in
immediately to fill the gap in
Cuba’s requirements, especially
as Britain’s producing costs are
much lower than those of the U.S
textile mills.

One point must not be over-
looked in assessing Britain’s trade

possibilities in the Cuban market. |

It is that the tariff concessions
obtained under the Anglo-Cuban
pact will not be for Britain alone

but will be shared by all 38 coun-
tries which took part in the|
G.A.T.T., talks at Torquay last

year. Under the G.A.T.T., arrange-
ments, all member countries take
advantage of other concessions
granted by other member
countries,

_ Not only will Britain by fight-
ing U.S. exporters for a share of
the Cuban market, therefore, but
she will also be fighting exporters
in other European countries,
some of which can offer prices
even lower than the British levels
because y

their wages and other
costs are lower. If these other
countries can derive greater |

advantage than Britain from the
Anglo-Cuban agreement, it appears
that the sugar and cigar industries
of the British West Indies will
have been dealt a heavy blow for
nothing, ;







eu United Stat itself, a feat almost it is settled soon, it may harm —B.U.P
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BLINDNESS NEED NOT
MEAN IDLENESS

An American veteran of World War 1 who lost his |

sight in battle has found productive employment and

nermal fani'y

From The

LIVING proof that blindness need not rele-
gate a person to a life of idieness and help-|
lessness is furnished by an American veteran |
of World War II. He is Oris D. Rodgers, 37, |
who now is gainfully employed and leads a}
normal family life in the small State pt
Connecticut, located in the section known as |
New England, in the northeastern part of the |

United States.

Rodgers spent Christmas Day, 1944, with |
the Allied forces in Bastogne, Belgium, fight- |
ing the “Battle of the Bulge.” He put in a full
day of fighting. As the snow was getting
gray with the dusk, he and two other rifle- |
men were advancing on an enemy gun posi-
tion. They were poised with hand grenades. |

Christmas Day, normally a festival of light

/ and hope, in 1944 was the day when darkness |
came to Oris Rodgers. A shell exploded along- |

ide him, and robbed him of practically all |
‘is vision. All he remembers was seeing one |
man go down beside him, and then darkness. |
He still has very limited vision in one eye— |
enough, he says, to distinguish light from |
dark, to see shapes as they move across a}

room or down

life in

By CHARLES

United States
G. COGAN
Hartford Courant Magazine

the

a street.

To meet Rodgers is a surprise. He extends |
his hand, smiles, and immediately starts talk-
ing. When anyone nearby reaches to flick an
ash from a cigarette, he picks up the ash tray |

ind moves it closer.

Six years of physical and psychological re- i}
-abilitation have made these automatic move- |}
ments second nature to Rodgers. Today he is

a happy man.

| Rodgers now has a job with an electric
|company assembling electric switches. He

|does work on a riveter machine and a foot
press. He does the actual bench work putting
the switches together. He is married and the

| {ather of two children.

Before the war, Rodgers had an altogether
different type of job. He was one of a crew
| of men who drove new automobiles from the
| factories in Detroit, great midwestern auto-

mobile manufacturing city, to retail dealers

in southern cities. When he was drafted in
one of the first calls issued in America in 1940,
| Rodgers had little inkling of how the war
| would change his life.

| After his basic training, he was sent to the
| Aleutian island chain just off the Alaskan ‘
Coast, where he spent 32 months, The war
seemed to be drawing to a close in the autumn
of 1944, when Rodgers was called back to the
United States. He felt it would be only a
short time before the war ended and he could
return to his home. But the Germans made
one last desperate offensive, and Rodgers, and
thousands of other allied troops like him,
were rushed to Belgium to stem the on-

slaught.

|
|

is work there,

ble. Sympathy



both faced dur

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| Christmas days

”

Another thing

las Day

orwara to mé

To-day Rodgers can sit back and reflect on
his fate with a kind of wry smile. “It was
just our bad luck,” he says.

When Rodgers was returned from Europe
to the United States, he was sent to the U.S.
| Army’s rehabilitation centre for the blind at
a school in Connecticut. “To become bitter
|is the worst thing that can happen to you,”
says Rodgers. “I was irritable as could be at
first. Some fellows never get over that. They
think it is a disgrace to be blind.”

Rodgers did get over that feeling, however.
He realized, after a short time, that it was
just common sense to let people know you
are blind. “When I go out walking, I take a
cane and put on dark glasses, I know now
| there is nothing to be ashamed of.” Rodgers
began wearing glasses and carrying a cane
| when, one day, he was introduced to a man
in the village and literally stepped on his
| toes. “4t was embarrassing for both of us,”
Rodgers recalls.

Rodgers plans to spend the rest of his life
in Connecticut near his former school. “There
he says, “and they under-
stand blinded pepole better here,” he adds,
“perhaps because of the number of schools
for the blind in New England.” One thing |}
that Rodgers and nearly all blinded veterans | $
do not want is sympathy. They want to be >
treated the same as everyone else and be
left to care for themselves as much as possi-

is not needed nor wanted.
that all

‘ing five years of marriage.

Oris Rodgers has come a long way since

in 1944
any very

ahead

blinded people
should do is find work, according to Rodgers.
It makes them feel they are not helpless but |
|actually are contributing to community well-
being as well as maintaining themselves. |}
Judging from his performance to date at the
electric company, Rodgers is making his con-
tribution. His employer calls him one of the |
best workers in the plant. “He never seems |
to get distracted from his work,” he says.
Rodgers has some plans for the future too. |

| He has set aside one room in his attractive |
| house for his own private study. There he will |
set up his Braille typewriter, install bis dic-
| taphone machine, and thus be able to carry on |
| correspondence. Except for an occasional}
stumble over one of the children’s toys, his’
family life is as normal and happy as that in |
| most homes. This is due, perhaps, to his en-
| gaging good nature and his wife’s sensible
understanding of the problems they have

He and his family

happy

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R.E.C. HOLD FIRST PUBLIC SESSION

Fifth Oils
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@ Frem rs 1
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suitable application



received

The Committee propos t
make the appointments in Novem-
ber this year.

U.C.W.L. Finances

Members
containing

considered
suggestion

a p

per

by the

Tory M.P. Off

a

r T ze
lo West Indies
From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON
Mr. Bernard Braine, Tory
M.P. for the Billerievy Divis-
ion of Essex is a man who
believes in the Empire. And
Mr. Braine is not stay-at-home

M.P. either.
seizing every
acquaint himself with the
different colonies, protector-
ates and dominions. His war-
time service when he was on
the staff of Admiral Mount-
batten enabled him to attain
a sound working knowledge oi
South East Asia. Now he is
about to undertake a visit to
the West Indies, to see for him-
self the conditions existing in
the British Caribbean and to

He believe
opportunity

in
)

h

listen to the views of local
people on such items as the
Anglo-Cuban pact

Travelling by one of the Harri-
son line ships Mr. Braine expects
to arrive in Port-of-Spain about
August 26th.. He will see Sir
Hubert Rance, Governor of Trini-
dad, and will decide his pro-
gramme for the remainder of his

visit after this meeting
Five Weeks Stay

If possible Mr, Braine wants. to

visit all the main West Indian
territories during a stay which will
occupy approximately five weeks
But if he does not have time to
visit all the colonies he will con-
fine his trip to Trinidad, British
Guiana and Jamaica.

Only cre thing does Mr. Brai
expect to bring him back insids
the five weeks that he has allotted
himself for the visit. That is a
decision by Mr. Atilee to resign
and this. would bring about a
general election.

“We just cannot tell when the
next election will be’ Mr. Braine
told me this week There are
several reasons why it should be
to the advantage of the Labour
Party to go to the country thi

year and there are an equal num-
ber of reasons why it might be
better, from their point of view,
to try and wait until next year or
possibly even later. But if it does
come during the present recess
then I shall have to curtail my
trip to the West Indies and get
back as quickly as possible.” ~
As Secretary of the Conservative
Party West Indian Committee,
Mr. Braine has interested himseif
particularly in the Caribbean area
and during recent months has met
West Indian leaders Gomes, Busta-
mante and Grantley Adams while
they have been in this country.
He is conversant with such prob-
lems as that of over population
and the need for development. of
industry and is hoping to gather
further information from. local
opinicns on these subjects.
Particularly is he interested
in hearing West Indian reac-
tion to the signing of the
Anglo-Cuban trade agree-
ment. He wants to find out as
much as possible about this in
order that he may be fully
“briefed” to ask questions 1
the next session of Parliament
and to follow and understand

the West Indian moves which
may be made in the matter.
Mr. Braine who is 37 years of

Vice-chairman oi!
the Junior Imperial League. Dur-
ing the war he enlisted in the
North Staffordshire Regiment as a

ege was former



private and rose to the rank of
Lieutenant Colonel.

He has made frequent contri-
butions to the British Press on
matters affecting the Colonial
Empire and as recently as la
month wrote an article for the

Daily Mail in which he urged the
British Government to give the
West Indies a new deal.



Britons Send Food
Clothing To Jca

From page 1
Fund to be established by the Lord
Mayors and Mayors of the cities

and towns throughout Grez
Britain.
This Fund would almost cer-

tainly have been launched earli¢ Br
had the Lord Mayor been in tls
country. But in his absence there

was no one who could give the
necessary approval. It is honed
now that an early reply will be

received from New Ze aland and
that cities such as Birmingham
which have already expres d

















their willingness to raise funds wiil
be able to go ahead

A Committee is also to be es-
tablished in London t eal with
various goods and e ies whi
come in, Among th who v
serve on this Committee is sl
John Huggins, former Governor ¢ f
Jamaica.

Brigadier Daley, head of the
St. John’s Ambulance in London,
who was formerly in Jamaica, has
also ¢ red to return to the cole;
if he is needed

Sir Har nw
have bee n
since Mor ing
variou € 1 ‘
retur |







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1951




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ANIMATED OPINIONS

Goddard Gets
O.B.E. Insign

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la

Varchioness

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CARMEN TRIGO VENA,
: who bas been working in a
foundry in Spain until re- Ken 1 Oval y da |
ty Ce cently in order to help he His Excellency the Gov- |
“ty : : mechanic husband with wn ‘ esenied the | (
? : en , | family income was aban the 3.E. to Mr } |
snoulid be dealt it « » > | i
Ri ticat | tania ned by her mother, the i Goddard, si | '
one peat lute Marchioness when she uccessful West In | }
* 43 - mee ip- was bern SU years ago. She tea hich toured j |
= . a special aubseaniy was adopted in Bilbao by 1950
? S sid 2 uld be Jat ended Jose Trigo and Isabel Pena, Skipper John Goddard was j }
I repres atives of the Uni- who moved te Valencia rded the O.B.E the k | |
versity College 5 where they are living as irthday Honours of His Majesty | }
} It we as suggested by representa- janitors of a humble apart. | the King. The presentation took |
tives that a meeting should be ment house place the end of play « the |
held in Jamaica in Septe Carmen was never told first day of the First Trial matel |
1952, for discussion, in ? bout here real parents until in preparation for the tish }
tion w representatives ¢ che married three years Crt tour Says Mr. Leo King: |
University Council, of draft « aso. She has now learned | : Excellency, who w: ae |
mat expenditure Col- that her real name is Maria | ©O™) nied by Lady Savage an “YOU CAN RE-LION IT |
lege during the five-year period del Rosario Isabel Clara Captain R. Daniel, A.D.C t
from August, 1953. mere Y¥ Cruze Alverez de ed pper Goddard good luc in BEING THE SWEET TREAT!”
Mr. Adams took the opportunity ieredia y Ximenez de Fon- t 7 ing Australian tour |
to intorm the meeting that he hac touberta new Marchioness the evening was bright and the |
ae al : SS aia Escalona del Valle t who took part in the |
ived a cable from Dr. Taylo 1 ;
Principal of the University Colleg She is the mother of 2 t game added to the cricket-
f + he 1 lies = y Sn = ttle daughter Carmencita, ing atmosphere, After the pres- ‘ |
of the est Indies stating th agea two, seen with her entation, which took place on a 6 |
ome buildings had been damas nother and she expects to spot where many other leading 0. |
but that the library had not re- take possession of her unex- W Indian cricketing personali- |
« ah d any severe damage pected fortune by Septem- ties must have crossed, the gath- MADE IN UK
meeting agreed that the ber. ering retired to the Players Pa- |
i xecutive Committee should un- She will then be the own- villon and drank to the health ae j
dertake this duty and should mee! er, among other assets, of : ipper Goddard ; j |
in J*maica as suggested by th ec small pataces, fifteen Hiis Exeellency, before pinning The Perfection of Confection |
Principal, with representatives of apartment houses, a cattle the insignia on skipper Goddard j
dis. University tialiede Clounell ranch and shares in several oat. read the followine- citation WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS.
and the College authorities seithen penels en — \4 B, Command of the King, con- LONDON. W.¥ |
ri esetas. She plans a ve I by H Majesty's
Aet Of Courlesy round the world trip as soon Prineipé secretary of Str ie re
1s she takes possession of the Colonie I present to you the
her i ari Ee ‘ era
On the matter of the appoint- ver inheritance, Insignia of an Officer of the Civil = .
ment of the Secretary who had s : Division of the Most Excellent Ns . " - }
accompanied the R.E.C. delega- =f ee“ “ British Empire { $f
tion, Hon. J. B. Renwick (Gr , : a a His Majesty the King was \y
ada), on whose suggestion 2 i Like For graciously pleased to make this] }) * . . i . oe x
Committee put on record their 4 Te ] Be ‘es award in recognition of your out- N k W 8 te i he MM kK XN i i
appreciation of Mr. Mc Cowan's ssault, ating ee whet ool: Vd ea Ber- }
work, s that > £ aS an : ; ados and to the West Indies.” } i
ot vf eases Ae ac a Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police On Wednesday evening a func
Pe ee ne s fe Carmen Trigo Pena, as she been know é Magistrate of District “A ve tio ; . . ores . :
ata +h: aces thy at , nown by everybody, has € ict ion was held by the Pickwick ‘ > »
ie he ieee cant Eee become the marchioness of lone del Valle qrisiden’ of Moats, terday fined Cuthbert Mayer ‘ Club in honour of fence Kwick or rHE POP LAR
g - llega culé a he owne f 3 hilicaheveh snc oh nine . : " z PPpaln, ant: , lanta : =
saleotdras-atiould have ween een in nd the owner of a fortune estimated at 93 million peseta i. Ae ae of _ ae Y Z veal a Goddard On this occasion he
all the governments about this -———— — vpre e a ai° COS O ve aid 1n was presented with a silver Cock-
é , - —- 1 dé fi one ) ‘
decision, It appears as if only - eaten oe a re “ tte month’s tail Shaker suitably — inscribed. |
iprisonmen Or aSsat za ” ae
some of the governments had been =~ ‘ besting Harold a saulting and he presentation was made by his}
informed. He had only mentioned O. ‘€ ne ZUuUe an The offence was committed ot in O Theres and ~ again nin
this bécause he felt in such mat- 2 ' sae | G S00 ee wished
ters on future occasions, all j ‘ ae ins cota taatt Aad oo _ Australia
Governments should be notified. ® a ry 9 ollymore Rock Road on Jul \mong thase who attended yes-
Certain Governments should not ouris S oO ( Os Mayers came up to hit Rraee Sea ee were Hon H. A
have been consulted on this mat- 5s a push, | saviee nd Mr. F. A. C. Clair-
ter and others left in ignorance. he pushed him he hit him POO'e: Sponsor Sir Allan and
Hon. C. A. Beaubrun (St = e oe stick on the right shouldei oe ollymore Mr. J. M. Kid
Lucia), expressed agreement with ee ] est 4 ver Another witne nid that he — oy rose 3 ree, Mr, J, N
this view. ‘ . 4 : When Mayers hit Cox with GoOCcara ; BN Goddard
As regards the matter of THIS ve: ; = the stick and he described the M*8. J.D. Goddard, Mr. and Mrs
expenses ef the delegation, THIS year Barbados has had its largest number of |} is “a hard one.” R , Furder, Mr. F F. Fie Id, Mr
Government had agreed to do visitors from Venezuela. Almost 300 more people from L. A, Waleott Mr A. E. C. Good
so by payments outside their Venezuela visited the island this year than the correspond- James Holder a labourer oi Ww " peipen te Meadeahd: Bh
‘i ibutions t egiona Pe] 7 ni ; . = ; : Spoone St ae i ovo:
contributions to the Regional ing period last year. The majority are Venezuelans but OE ee ee
Economie Committee. The Ex- some include Americans, British. A D yesterday ordered to pay a line
ecutive Committee of this body a f ot - . ‘ ‘ lities Ish, aoa ans, y h and peo- of 30/- and 1 costs in 14 day ee _
however, recommended that the t of other nationalities Who are working in enezuela or 4 days’ imprisonment for nm
: In July and up to A t 23 of the Vene ‘ ‘) ra c HURRICANE PRACTICE
expenses of the Delegation vee p to August 23 of the Venezuelan more enjoy- ha hi anita juarte! i,
should be met from the funds la ai year there were about 200 able all stores, hotels, guest properly maintained by Mr As in revio years. small ;
provided for the R.E.C. for 1951. . itors from Venezuela in Ba - houses and even taxi companies G. B. Griffith Acting Police Mas : . p us ars, a smeé
bados. For the same period this should have an_ interpreter in istrate of District \” hur ane relief wireless com-
9 S year about 250 have already had their midst The - erie : oy munications practice will be held
Com tee houldPay visas. : . New Guide j 4 : Oey wee Ww. W OM itted On on Sunday, August 26th., between
i “Ww , * i av v vieritt it € "
. Vf z . e 10 am and 2.3( ; 2
Hon. W. J. Raatgever (British Feds > all andon4 re nee ak The Barbados Publicity Com- Spector of Health was the com- eqderts sha feet Ti B20) i
Guiana) said that when the Exec- 54 the French Meare me mittee recently issued a new fold- ?!@!nant in the case cycles f
utive Committee had met, it was ° They sine ot the % ees hotels © and guide in Spanish Of this Ss) fter 7.20 bo This information ig released in | .
felt, that as they had spent but ang guest houses, At present the Mr. Vernon Knight said,, “It is BRORGY: REPOR, TeRU, Bells; SORETH 5 iny listener hould pick |
little of their allocation for 1951, Aquatic Club "Ocean View Hotel, ©! inestimable help to the visitors day the bicycle O—142 owned up any messages that would }
and as money would have to be fiastings Hotel “Rove Hotel, from Venezuela who only speak ridden by ‘ ace Small was otherwise mislead them
voted again next year, they paradise Beach Club and Sandy Spanish. damaged when we involvec
7 2 + € s ‘ « Oc “cle it . ot SD
thought it would be better for Beach Guest House are all fille About the increase of the visite 7 C 348 : ‘a ‘ t ;
the Committee to pay this year ,, tien eats from Venezuela, he said; “It Car bron owned and driven by |,
3 ? p. it i understoo that the : : “teen Trait \ tae Tae fleeting are already sing
the expenses of the delegation windsc; avid M fe gag two very quite de‘inite if this develop- Eve rton Waithe on Charl R 3 : WeGONIT e already being
rather than take the money from j hotels n hah full ent gues o1 t e certainly will Bridge, St. George lhe Barbados Turf Club began
the Governments. . ae Te $ not be anythin like sufficient i : j ‘ = erud a
reNTeact Goeeey Rik -eoudiitin cs Apart from. these there are MU ) Oya ay ieu® house: ACUOMEO The Princess Alice Playing field | books ye terday nore
es : * . rs & merous other boarding place ee . . ne ar — . terd © ( . ut \ and B were on the roac
my own colony—when we go back that are filled and some people dation for tourist visitors to the “i ee I ia : il ; die i i the pave Marte Oppol ite
ey Sale at . ike ‘ ee : di 1 ming winter activity ( chool childre We \ 1
« ie athe REC. ancient er See aehiemamrs th f oe ae oe eit took time off fre their lessons William Fogarty’; many _ ticket ‘
r : ..B. ers ugust is the peak month for . ‘ ferme ci ‘ were elling yesterday, gS i
must see the balance sheet of the ven¢ zuelan visit Iti thi The Police Department i 1 to play. ie a te HS ba Ct va Thi taglent is the a complete range of sizes in
R.FE.C. They will see the mone€y month that L.A.V u their (72m to ‘cater to the vastvor Trot er oa aie t e; ‘ th big 1 one me {
expended by the Committee, and planes to Barbados direct from Venezuéla. Many of their sign oO ued with ‘ ate; aut this 0 d pri win the big m all the best shades i
I think when they discover that Venezuela The L.A.V. agents ! pecially those leading to the not prevent he chil n fro
j > . ing YZ ant where »h ing ood tim
the Committee have a tremendous sre to be congratulated on having Licensing Depa tme je whe - the aving a goo t )
surplus, they are not going to vote qa staff as well as porter who visitors go to get their driving a ‘ lad ake a et ee
the same amount as this year. If speak Spanish. This is of tre- licenses, are printed in both oe sh at lings om ise
< $s os “hie eo ‘ “ke wx the corr Novembe:
we had expended this money, it mendous benefit to the Venezue- Spanish and English. b ti¢ ets for the
would have been all right, but we lan visitors who did not speak \ L . ~~ ” == i
have not spent any money yet, English There are many visit- a ‘}
v3 z , ; r
except for refreshments. The ors in July also, AGRIC ULTURAL ED DUCA TION } if
Executive Committee therefore Heavy Bookings |
felt that it would be better to pay fae o oe = / acy at a Me =
the expenses of the delegation out ie ee oe re oise le ne AD VISER IN 7 RINIDAD a |
of our funds so that this tremen- . : pene : ae en ge / |
: F 5 » leaving for Venezuela on Monday N / P
dous balance would not be shown. : : 7 ‘ . ; 5 alte t te —£ { ’
Hon. A. Gomes (Trinidad) re last took back 24 passenger Mi I, Hotchkis Assistant tablishment of a Farm Institute ”
» A. r 1S t = } a r ' ~
e Another plane which leaves to- Ady r for Agricultural Educa- » be sited in Trinidad Che In-
rre hi \ dosvibad. aac v / ‘ .
ferred to what he ae scribed a , iy is expected to return with tion to the Comptroller for Devel- stitute will provide residential
peculiar complex from which a similar amount It is under- opmer ind Welfare vent sricultura| training at an inter
the West Indies suffered stood that they are very heavy T i esterd A nediate level Governments con- I CS T
Members had all had the expe- bookings for the 5] ane ah A 1wust ° fi ened. ha ci alread y en | D E I H
rience in their own particular 97 ang August 31 ‘to go back ti Mr. Hotehki vi is accom- their approval in principle; final
colonies. he said, that when ped= Venezuela inied by his wife, wil] be ih iancial detail are at presen |
Bets e asked to go abroad as Da Costa & Co., Ltd. is one of idad foy several months. At under discussion, and agreeme |
represe a itives, a strange reaction the few cit firms that employ the request of the Governments is hoped for within the next fev j
was produced among certain me2m=- gn interpreter Miss Rosalie concerned 3arbados, the Lee- months. |
bers of the community Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ward Islands, Trinidad and_ the A Colonial Development and |
, Vernon Knight, has been doing Windward Island he i to ifare rant of £50,000 ha
More Say: More this job for the past year. She continue the preliminary inves- been promised towards the initial}
E. dit works in the office but whenever | tigatior into the scheme for the sts.
en re Venezuelan who cannot speak ‘
wepenatu Englch vats estore che’ ££ @& ak &@ @ eA Ba
“They seemed to say Why 8s 8 medium between the clerk’
should these fellows go? They and the visitor, ‘a I N Ss Is oT Oo N
A few other city firms employ}

are going to spend public money
and they are going to have a good
time.”

The people of

the. West Indies

had to face the fact that if they
wanted io have a more important
place in the general scheme of
things, they had to realise tha
they must spend more money to
elevate their position.
“For a long time we have
been clamouring for represen-

tation on important conference

with the United Kingdom, to

discuss matters that are of great
importance to the West Indies

I feel therefore, that the people

of the West Indies nyust realise

that this is going to entail ir
creased expenditure.

“TI feel that the best thing, for
the reason stated by Mr. Raat-
gever, is that the present matter
hould | the financial responsi
bility of the» Regional Econon
Committee from the funds that
have been alrea allocated to it
I think the pe of the Wes
Indies will appreciate the work
that has beencdone. I think
should support the recommenda-

e Executive Committee

tion of tt
for the reasons already stated,’



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fiasco, Harriman is expec te 1 to E
cep oe gi oe pe oe hak White Cotton Table Damask White Cotton Table Napkins |
ptates via secligrade Y 1€ m
vitation of tk e Yu x0 xy Govert 54” wide 22’ Square. Each 7fe. $1.06
; ster skor See * Per Yard $2.16 18” Square. Each 60 |
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tr antairit ' 14! These Fine Buys for White Damask Table Cloths ( —. Border Damask
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the British bu Br tons state th Your Fullest Enjoyment. 53” X% 70 ” Each $4.26 52” Square. Each $3.02
this time Iranians would e to af eas wash go to London. The general Iran- CARR'S TABLE ye TER BISCUITS k 53 o 52” Eech Multi Colour Damask Cloths
ian stand is one of pre luge noi CARR’S CHEESE CRISPS pe a |
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
Fon RENT Reds Say Allies Tried Ti | |
‘ited

S.\., Sinai lees’ niet vases cx] HOES AIOEY tes Tried To GOVERNMENT NOTICE
TULEPHONE 2506 96 cents Sutdays 24 words — over 24 o Sad 2 - - ————
words 3 cent; m a a ~{
Sra Kill Peace Negotiators ssteiines! inhi ta sas Goateet we: Oe aa abe
For Births, Marriage e#r Ergagément — a wenvon is crawn to cl on OF Frict Lete eee . Sed
innouncements in Carib Calling the FOR SALE | HOUSES Fi oe Order 1951, No, 26 ber fe yink : F
sharge is $3.00 for any number of words | teks | * } e he rage 1 I jined at the advance base/Gazette of Thursday, 23rd Aus 951 , 24 9.51
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each inimum charge week 72 cents and| “CLIFTON SERRACKOTC an cootnocs complaints of Kaesong neutrality camp at Munsan, 15 miles s :
~ai ‘ ; —To 3 é at I San, 15 miles south- .
additional word. ‘Terms cash. Phone 2808 96 ag Pog wend <- over 24} tonnes dhe ye ciatg tet septoved agreements. — west of Kaesong and 21 miles 2, Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and ret one
Notices only after 4 p.m. - wort on Sundays; SM &) Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All. Some United Nations sources northwest’ of Seoul pending) pee Se ee rere ee. Oem me, SOO
3 i | modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. believed that the Reds may hae curther developments. | sro Baaaiabalaanieipicratitiysntiricesliltaiines : -
athe charge for Suneticemenss of ei ele 3.8.51—tf.n. broken off the talks temporari Official sources said that Brit-|_ a FURNITURE
cagements, and 'n Memoriam notices. is AUTOM BEDROOM FLAT just to test the United States re- ain ugreed with the United States | ARTICLE | WHOLESALE RETAIL PRICY
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays OTIVE (1) One-Bedroom Fiat at “Abtrgeidie”, | @CtiOn, to the possible resumptign view that the breakdown in the | | (not more than) >
ioe by Wodhoas AC weed Gn 46 06. ana | Ree — from Ist September next Of all-out warfare in Korea: It is Kaesong truce talks was a Com- 2 yn - | AUCTION
3 cents per word on week-days and AES Dean ane ene Denn hand coveentiala tase =| vply to C. Field. Dial enn said that the Communists obvious- munist “frame-up,” and probably | Pork—Salte d:— } |
\ S a @n Sundays for each | in good condition. Hydraulically operated | —————__________om6o© "~~" !ly hoped that pressure from would be the signal for a renew-| (a) Neck Bones, — ; $49.00 per tre ss | Wednesday, 29th August
4 7 : a Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between FLAT on Biue Waters Terrace, newly Americans at home and from ed Communist drive against the | Neck Ribs, Finn | than 256 Ibs. or 5 per |
DIED a.m, and 4 p.m 23.8.51—t.f.n. eee with spacious epee Phone other members of the United Na- United Nations in Korea. “The Bones br}. of not less than 192 | at 11.30 a.m.
+ LL 42 1-—t.. , z . : 7 > a4 - - “> 7 = — 7
FIRLD—On. August $294, 1961, Frances}, .CAB—One Ford Prefect 1948 Madel In | ammeieestentnenpeteteeeenenns et HONS would force She Allied dele back down was not unexpected,” | Ibs. or 15c, per Ib. in lots | ,
i Ann, Her funeral leaves the resi-| perf€ct condition, for particulars apply:| FURNISHED BEDROOM —With use o: &@tion to yield to Red demands for 9 qualified Government official of not less than 25 lbs l17c. per li ok oe :
| dence of her nephew, E. C Field at! B'dos Agencies Ltd. Ring 4908. kitehen, for lady or couple. Situated sea-|2 ceasefire line along the 38th caid ‘It has long been suspec ? ty r
q - I s ) suspec- \ ; aitinee
ae tsk Weateee oe 56 een ae Phone 4796 tee eo parallel. The talks have been ted that the Communists were (b) Feet, Ears | $55.50 per tre. of not less Hi 18 t “Fernin
Rufus E Field, Ernest C. Field and| CAR: Morris 8. 1947 Model in good | ——- ' —™ deadlocked since July 27 on this using the truce talks as a cover! Stomachs | than 336 Ibs. or $31.15 per | St. Michae
C. Herbert Field Working order, tyres very good. Dial| | “SUNSET’.—St. James, belonging to ‘SU, and even a four-man sub- for their consolidation in readi-| |brl. of not less than 192 ; are tr
RASA On “Alpen Bod. TOR. 98 What | memeeneemerrmeeermeeeamee | Bepheitlion ely Ferctohed ne on lindo ee ioe en ele *to ness for dn all out drive.” | Ibs. or 17c, per Ib, in lot Tee
residence, Tudor Bridge, St, Michael,| CARS: (1) 1946 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938 YEARWOOD & BOYCE find a compromise solution. An «ficial petated out that * of not less than 25 1} 19c, per
Josephine Healis, The funeral will| Vaux Hall 14—6. Apply: Cosmopolifan James Street The Rvus proxe off the Korean roughout the period of talks ' , : t 8 Din-
leave the above residence as 30 p.m. | Garage, Magazine Lane. Dial 3915. j 14.8.51—t.¢.n, armistice talks, because they here has been an “aid for| (¢) Heads 1 $68.50 per tre. of not les i Sideboard, Cutle
- y s , x s “ ” + > » ns ¢ i Pp C ey “)
pean dkte uate RinEee Cand 21.8,51—Sn | Waatee ohare blamed a “bombing incident Korea" programme carried out {than 33 |i or $38.55 | ! fror eau
Henrietta Blackman — (daughters), CAR—One 10 H.P. Vauxhall Car in| Chureh. Available ete hatte ae took place in Kaesong. The Al- in Connie China, including per bri. of not les _ than & : ree ¢
Gordon Healts (srandion), Beryl} excelient_ condition. Apply Straughn's|Purrished or unfurnished. For Viewing lies called it a frameup. . the collection of funds for the! } 192 Ibs. cr 2tc. per lb. in ; a 3
St. John (grand-daughter). Garage, Roebuck Street Apply Raiph Lenard, Lower Bay Street United Nations Command, pi 1ase of planes, tanks, and} lots of not less th 2 > r -
. IN MEMORIAM rh Sh 20 | Phone see 22.8.51—3n moreover, said that the suspen- heavy artillery for Russia and | Ibs 123c. per lb ’ : '
“t 1}, VAUXHALL SALOON 12 h,p. 197| PU = ——— sion of the meetings obviously hor satellites. The breakdown pes ; | =
SPENCER; In loving memory of Inez}MOdel in Al condition — Diai 4616 | BLIC SALES required high level decision was also designed to postpone| (4) Short Ribs, $79.90 per tre. of not | Mal end : Piece
Spencer who died-on 2th: August courtesy sans age CHEVROLET Saloon in| Ten cents per agate line on week-days ‘Which could scarcely have been any further parley until after! Riblets, Spare than 336 Ibs. or $45.15 | - & ‘ .
ine . ‘ Cate vaition — Dial 4616 Courtesy | and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, ‘secured in the brief interval after ihe San Francisco Conference on | Ribs, Finns per bri. of not less than | Be Table ope:
Asleep in God’s beautiful garden, ; G&T@se. 23.8.51—3n | minimum charge $1.50 on week-day the alleged raid.” They said that Tapanese neac “ 192 Ibs. or 25c. per. Ib if ) Tabi
Away from all sorrow and pain, ~ | and $1.80 on Sundays. BE Aud . mat e Japanese peace treaty. | ita Aa et: Aaa tae Loe : : ‘ ible
Some day when life's journey is| _UVORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 14 | ee, the “availability of this decisim —U.P. ‘ ; t 5 lan % r with Mi Tele Stool, (A
3 oS 1e above V , c
ended— mer ame see eet ang io pe REAL ESTATE |to the colonel in charge of the | Te. per We ogy Dee aad
We shall met you (mother) again. ply: F. &. + fiemest Communist liaison office con _ a América ; 5 = Petnie
Ever to be remembered by—Isab mott, Eimins Byetyn M.8.5)—18 proximately 100 PB he vad ee: Arma the fraudulent nature :af Ja ? D t d Jowls, Head- than 336 lbs or $48.40 per Wardrabs with kc g mirror Grdank
tle eens FURNITURE It has open verandah, drawing and be a is Mma — ne ps efeate } skins, Scalps, rl. of not less than 192 | Irecsing Tuble with Stool, Polished
+. ‘4 ining rooms, 3) bedrooms, sanitary CGaMage anc © wide aistriou- es ™ ’ | Boneless Head, Ibs. or 27c. per Ib. in lots ‘ Shoe Rack, Card Table,
PUBLIC NOTICES PORTADECK" CHAIR: Ideal for | arrangements, kitchenette and garage.|tion of planted evidence suggests NEW YORK, Aug. 23. | Bean Pork, Lips |of not less than 28 ibe. ie aii Painted Bed-
tT sien beach, garden, in camp, on ship ete. | rice very attractive. Also a few 2 ‘| strongly that a metal scrap might Japan's Jiro Kumamaru, and E : . Kitchen Table,
en cents per agate line on wee vs Entirely new in design and construction | land:at Maxwell Road. Apply D'arcy " t . . ’ ‘ging Press, Large
Gnd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, -overall weight 6% Ibs. Many other | Scott, Magazine Lane jhave been dropped by Commu- Fumiteru Nakano both were de- (f) Clear, Belly Green Painted
ann cenaros te on week-days attractive features Contact: Ss. P.| 24.8.51—2n | mist aircraft with very small ex- feated in the quarter-final play Pork, Mess Pork | $55.80 per bri. of not less | t nted Morris Chair, Bed-
“ Af corey Fhe CP, Hee ne Ss aH COUNTRY HOUSE” © plosives such as grenades to cn Thursday in the Schroon Crest Fatback Pork than 192 lbs or 8lec, per, | rite Fables . Painted Press (6
PARISH OF St. JAMES Cares aE: Ee Smee | ileie Btatn” house i ome. of the |Mark the drops.” They said that Lawn Tennis Tournament. Robin Boneless Belly, | lb, in lots of not less than Orewa, hotles hind seattaae
NOTICE LIVESTOCK best distritts with 20 acres of land at|No United Nations aircraft were Willner of Los Angeles beat Ku- Butts + 25 Ibs, 33c. per Ib Folding ard Deck C
Applications for the post of Nurse at | —— eri ee Ideal position !over the Kaesong area during the mamaru 6—4, 3—6, 7—5. in a LL Kit Cha Gallery Fur
St. James Almishouse will be received] MARE: Thoroughbred mare First Flight | Scott atmsceine eee ins to Darey A. |night, and there is no Allied ar- match carried over from Wednes- : ae ; Kitchen Cabinets, Larders and
; Scott, 5 ays : » & ght ; : Witewe? « ila . . 2 ; : ee
oe the undersigned up to Saturday the| by Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply: me MneeaiNg: Lane. TAA! we 8.s1-2n (tillery in position capable of day night when darkness stopped (b) ae ae: Eggs and ‘Eggs—Imported Manaien Large mahi
h September 1951. F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184. S1—8n Pos to: Kaesong ee irade “A” have been deleted in their entirety from th rk bench
Applicants must be fully qualified as 24.8.51—3n | rare -—— j firing into maAeSONs. ; play. : Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1951 € Mattr
a nurse and midwife, The Salary $86.00) ———— moecrer new gabled shed 34° x 267 However, it was said that Allied Whitney A. Reed of California, No. 22 oh d Cri yele (as new) Child's
e th e wi new est quality hee io 5 i defes Jak: 98 ao eck - enk Bb Ww hing Machines,
BA Oe eRe i 5. 3 3b MECHANICAL gnuge galv. Corr, Sheets 2” x 4” fi | Fac ar picked up an_ unidentified le oo! aicano 2—6, we ; | 94 6.61.-—in i ted. Drastina’ eee
duties on the 5th September and white pine with stone pillars faircraft west of Kaesong, two on nursday morning. re Jap- _2und August, 1951 Med Ca Mirross, Rise
P H. TARILTON, ADDING MACHINES—'‘Just received 1 New Shed 2% x 14° Covered with hours before the alleged raid. anese now go to For Hills to ee I k ir Portable Gramo
Clerk to the Board or Poor] }! eae of ot Obit ae ates aN m 4” fir and white'Meantime, Vice Admiral Joy. begin play on Saturday in the ph : Ele Hot
Ww ardic m wv odel, apply Geddes Grant Ltd., ne we eavy -yallava t Vv. Ww. ann . ¢ 1 States ° Plate 4 r Oil Stove, Sew
aa aes Law Guardians St, James Prahe eas. 8.517 | CLARKE, Ivy Lodge, Ivy rRoad |the chief U.N, truce delegate and Ueated ge Singles Champion eur ate pre, Say
pills aecieiremeceniaateatie talaga Atte 23°8.51—2n |others of his negotiating team ships.—U.P, stond, Tennis Net, Lawn Mowe
NOTICE ADDING MACHINE—"One second — ame 4 t Gla China Kitcher
; hand Adding Machine, small keyboard, The undersigned will set up for sale at ~~ on Pauytee Fs Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 doubie
PARISH OF St. PETER , and two second hand Remington Type- | their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge- ingle.) Smali Ecko Radio, Also
The Parochial Office will be closed on} writers 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,| town, on Wednesday, the 29th day oi e 4 varied agssortment of mise
August 28th 1951 Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n | August, 1951, at 2 o’clock:— 2 t s Pb ‘ N ti ] St shi . items
G. S. CORBIN, 200 Shares Barbados Shipping & f \* , a na ian a Jona eams vip &
Parochial Treasurer Trading Co. Limited. | ave oh ‘a a: CASH ON FALL OF HAMMES
23. 8.51—4n POULTRY 163 Shares — Barbados Foundry Ltd a + | ee ap eae ats neni as
edad sak Radek nd tale tcl Unidata ateh tel dads 300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative | Pa _—_— | SOUTHBOUND AU CTIONE ERS
3 NOLICE POULTRY: 7 Rhode Sleeve eat Cotton Factory Ltd. | k s, (5 Pul- COTTLE, CATFORD & Co ‘
Wanted by the Vestry of St. Peter | lets, 2 Cockerels) about to lay, hatched 22.8.51-6n —/| ‘tie . Montreal [Malifax Boston Barbados
loan of £1,500 under The Saint Peter's] trom imported eggs trom English pedi- | _ 2 re ate at aa GE: Ses we ke Aue John yd. abs don
Parish Loan Act, 1951 : gree laying stock, Price $5.00 each or That very desirable business premises E lc “RUIS o¢ a. oe oe o—
Principal repayable by £150 per annum | g39 09 5 . . na ~~ CAN, CRUISER 29 Aug | Sept Sept
jnterest at not more than four cents 7a the lot, or exchange value for | known as No. 22 Swan Street occupying | CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Sept i Sept 20 Sept i
terest a *| Cow of twice weight poultry, Dial 3394. | a corner site and standing on 2520 square ane, a. LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sept 24 Sept 4 Oct Cc 0.
A splleatich#.for ‘fie sbove oad . will 24,8.51—3n | feet of land. 4 CAN, CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept Oct 10 Oct
Applications for the above loan Inspection on application to the tenant > LADY NELSON 10 Oct. 15 Oct 15 Cet 4 O A.F.S,, F.V
be received by the undersigned up to MISCELLANEOUS Mr. F. 8. Nicholls e a. SN Ebest . et es f a. A.
x : 7 . 8 7
August * 1951 G. S. CORBIN This property will be set up to Public The Only Pain Reliever Sea a a aaa ne Phone 4640
a ee ade aoe TTERIES—. « i con petiiton on Friday 3ist August 195) OUND > * Perr
28.8.51—4r cr at es one Truck Batteries” ime seretere. at 2'p.m. at the office of the undersigned tai in Vitamin B | re Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Plantations Building
22.8.51—4n Gusbiciead Mr 1k clodia, “Shane us CARRINGTON & SEALY. | con n g 1 Barbados Varbados Boston Halifax Montreal . a
—— i . : 51—12n | LADY RODNEY 26 Aus Aug. 6 Sept 4 at IL Sept s
NOTICE setaaae ade Soo I aa a le ao | If you have a pain you don’t have to wonder grwwrrnrorrry LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept. #7 Sept. 28 Rept 2 Get = —>
We should like to inform the general wr 19.8.51—4n | AUCTION what to take, You must take YEAST-VITE 8 LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 1 Novr
public that we will be closed for our] , ws | Tablets) YEAST-VITE is the ONLY pain RELIEVES 2
Annual Vacation from 27th August to CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New i eas ieee which ALSO c the tonic Vitami
35th Se ber 1951. I ‘al Optical C a . + price | reliever which ALSO contains the tonic Vitamin
gl HO Se ae ee Os aes dollars. it ee ee UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | By. You will be overjoyed with the result. Your YOUR PAIN ER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—A t |
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PAGE EIGHT



Hunte Top Scores As First Trial Opens

A. HOLDER BAGS
FOUR WICKETS

THE FLRST TRIAL
ng goodwill cricket tour
terday at Kensington Oval.

GAME in

preparation for the
to British Guiana began yes-
Mr. Charlie Taylor’s team

occupied the wicket for the entire day to make 198 runs fo

s of nine wickets
It w
paced, giving
low bowlers got a lot of spir

} 1

the 1

easy no assista

Although having the advanta









as a day of dull crick

t. The wicket was dead and
nee to the fast bowlers. The
1 Out of the pitch but the ball



lagged, giving the batsmen time to punish the bowling.

se, the batsmen got their runs





slowly
Mr. Keith Walcott, skipper of K Bowen c Bradshaw b C. Alleyne 4
the other tean von the toss but ae wece 88) 5
4 ' bi wor M rahe ul ¢ Mullins not out 0
eciaed to send Mr. Taylor's team Extras: b 2, Lb. 2, w 1
Mne teams were Totae {for 9 wks ”
Mr. Keith Walcott’'s XII—K. Fall of wickets: 1 for 56, 2 for 10.
Walcott, N. S. Lucas, R. St. C. for 113, 4 for 1 for 140, 6 for 14
1 7 for 177, 8 for 192, 9 for If
Hutchinson, C. Alleyne, A. At- ; Bow! sian ANALYSIS
F. King, C. Bradshaw, C. B. oO M R W
wie C. Best, A. Holder, E. W. F. King 9 I 23 )
: reas Cc, Bradshaw 13 2 29
Uave, G. Proverbs f Cc. Alleyne 9 0 44 1
Mr. Charlie Taylor's XIT—A. M. A. Holder 22 2 58 i
fuylor, H. Kidney, E. Atkinson, 2 an 14 8 a5 2
. ueas 3 i , )
*. A. Branker, C. Hunte, G. - SF .
Wood, L. Barker, C. Mullins,
E. W. Grant, H. A. King, B. K thkins “Ves
ay - Ss
Get, BA. thinson Leaves
Conrad Hunte, who top scored Mr. Denis Atkinson, Wanderer
r his team with 49, gave the aj) rounder who has been selected
est batting performance of the to represent the West Indies in
. St site: os i ‘
da Hunte got h runs all Australia, left for Trinidad yes-
; t siacledit rk ; Me .
round the wicke making pat terday afternoon by B.W.LA
ticular use of the cover drive, the while Mr. John Goddard leav
glidi and the hook Hunte gave on Monday afternoon for Trini
a chance to Charles Alleyne at dad
cond slip off the bow ling of They will embark on a_ ship
Holder when at 43 and thet was which leaves Trinidad on Wea-
the only blemish of his innings. nesday for New Zealand

Charlie Taylor, who opened his









FIRST none H. College Defeat



C. J. CHATAWAY
At the recent British Game
held at the White City Stadium,
London, athletes from the United
States, Holland, Belgium = and

Yugoslavia competed against Brit-
ivh_ entrants in the international
events

Watched by over 30,000 specta-

; the International Two Miles
event was won by C. J. Chataway,
of Oxford, in the fast time of 9
mins. 3.8 secs. from Otenhajmer
of Yugoslavia, and Harting of
Holland. Thi picture shows
Chataway breaking the tape to
win the International Two Mile
event

tor









team’s innings with Hunte, made

fine 35 Taylor got runs more . ue
ween eS BONITAS, BARRACUDAS
ploited the ok more often. He * iL] L 4 Ay
raised Holder on the A dgeosivd k P, 1 ) RIS 3 . .
Pavilion for six, the only one of, / fi f 7 4-Al / Di { W
the day iL Tey

Other useful contributions cam: Fj
from W. Greenidge of Carlton wh BONITAS AND BARRACUDAS played to a four-all
got 32, and ree Eric At draw in their water polo match at the Aquatic Club yester-
ie ‘din oad scored 2° a. z ‘ f
St seciden, teen EES i day atternoon. Owen Johnson scored two for Bonitas,
eeenier oar ee wai aking *Boo” Patterson and M. Konigsberg one each. For Barra-
four wickets for 58 runs ’in 22 cones Kenneth Taylor netted two, Michael Lambert and
overs, two of which were maidens Pat Fletcher one each.
Holder kept a steady length and In the other geme, Srepnor: de- the referee was kept busy This
caused every batsman difficulty feated Police ni e goals to three. cz d many stoppages and to-
in negotiating him. He got gocd Ken Ince scored five, Bann + Wards the end of the game the
support from B. Lawles: of Cable three and Arthur Evelyn one tor light began to fail.
& Wireless and Police’s speed Snappe L Best score Police opened the scoring early
merchant C, Bradshaw who took three goals for Police in the second half and Snappers
2 for 35 and 2 for 29 respectively The first game opened netted immediately after with a
Bradshaw kept the ball at a good , B00” Patterson sccring for Boa!- forcing swim-through by Ken
length. The other wicket fell to tas after twenty seconds cf pl.y. Ince. The score mounted slowly
Chatles Alleyne ut an expense of Barracudas came back and in an in their favour until the Snappers

44 runs.

rhe early part of the game with
Hunte and Taylor together
fairly bright, but as soon as Tay-
lor was out the rate of scoring
dropped. Taylor was caught at
backward midwicket when he
crossed a short-pitched leg break
from Lawless to Tony Atkins
Hunte and Taylor sent up 50 in

wa

about as many minutes. Taylor
gor-out when the score was 56
and the second 50 was scored in
another 70 minutes, The Jun-

cheon interval was taken with the

core at 1Q3 for 1,

The complexion of the game
changed after lunch Holder,
Lawless and Bradshaw found a

jength and wickets began to fall.

Eric Atkinson was bowled the
first ball after lunch by Holae
for 22 and some minutes after

Bradshaw got Hunte L.B.W. Kid-
ney did not stay long at the mid-
dle before Holder got him ad-
judged L.B.W. at 138 and _ four
wickets were down for 131 runs
after the good start of 56 for 1.

Holder followed up his success
by getting E. W. Grant ad-
judged L.B.W. for 12 and Lawless
took the sixth wicket as en-
ticed G. Wood to cross another
short leg break into. the hands of
Bradshaw at backward
wicket. The score wa
six. Greenidgs, who
wickets fall while
end, was” given
Bradshaw at 32 while Branker
and Bowen were caught off the
bowling of Holder and C. Alleyne

he

mid-
143 for
Saw two
held ap hi
L.B.W. to

he
out

—who came into the picture

for 20 and four runs respectively
Branker was csught by wicket-
keeper Best who threw himself
down in front of the batsman to
catch the ball which popped up

Alleyne
taken
at the
position
very well,
only

Bowen attempted to cross
to the boundary and was
by Bradshaw who was still
backward midwicket

Bert kept wicket
conceding, two byes

The Scores:



MR, TAYLOR'S Xit—tst Innings
A, M. Taylor ¢ A. Atkins b Lawless 35
C. Hunte |b w_ Bradshaw a9
E Atkinson bowled A. Holder 22
E W Grant !bw A_ Holder 12
H Kidney | b w A Holder 13
W. Greenidge | bw Bradshaw 32
G Wood c Bradshaw b Lawile 2
K A. Branker « wky Best) |
A. Holder 20

equal number of seconds Kennet
Taylor sent in the equaliser. Goal
came quickly in this first half
Owen Johnson scored the se:-
cond goal for Bonitas soon after,
shooting from close range. Fa
Fletcher then sent in the secon4
goal for Barracudas and the two
teams once more drew level.

Goal A Minute

Play centred in mid-field for
the next couple of minutes until
Johnson got another and
scored. Barracudas again attacked
and Michael Lambert who wa
unmarked on the left wing, re-
ceived a pass and beat the bonitas
custodian with a powerful shot

pass

Barracudas 8; Bonitas 3. At thi
Stage six goals had been scored
in six minutes. There was no

further score until just before haif
time when M. Konigsberg scored
for Bonitas.

Barracudas changed one of their
players at the interval. Their left
back Moningo retired hurt. The
second half opened with two off-
side goals, one by each team and

they were disallowed by the
referee. The game began to slow
up both teams seemed to Lire



Several wild shots were taken by
both sides and at one time there
was an unnecessary amount of
rough play. Jarracudas got their



equaliser late in the second half
and the two teams were able to
ward off any further attacks on

their goals until the final whistle.
Harold Roger played a good game

for Barracudas, marking Owen
Johnson very effectively.
For the second game, both

teams entered the water with one
man short and as is always the
“ase When there are six players
on each side, the game was mud-
dled with no positional play and
uninteresting trom the spectator
point of view Snappers had to
fight for their goals and several
limes they were a worried team,
For Police L. Best and M. Frank-
lyn their goal-keeper were out-
tanding Franklyn was worked
hard and he saved well.

Half, Time
At half time the score
Snappers three, Police one
scored two and Bannister
the first half
During the second half
teams employed rough tacti:s




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one in

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custodian was ordered from the
water for a major foyl. Best took
the penalty before an open goal

and lobbed the ball into the empty
nets.

Snappers however, always on
the look out for goals, scored their

last goal just before the end of
the game. The final result was
Snappers 9 Police 3.

The Referee was Mr, Jack
Knight.

The teams were:

Bonitas: M. Foster, T
6B. Patterson (Capt.), M
son, George Easdon, O.
and M. Konigsberg.

Barracudas: J. Simonson, K
Armstrong, H. Moningo, H. Rogers,
M. Lambert, P. Pleteher, KT:
lor (Capt.), and M. Thomas (Suh)

Snanners: A. Taylor. C. MeLean

Yearwood,
Richard-
Johnson





A. Evelyn. D. Bannister, K. Ince
(Cant.), and G. Roger

Police: L. Shannon, W, Philline
M, Richards (Capt.). T. Best, M

Franklyn anq P. AYawns



Club Premiere’s
Tennis Results







BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Windwards By 102

HARRISON COLLEGE easily got their first cricket
victory in the Triangular Inter-Schoo] Tournament when
they defeated the Windward Islands by 102 runs yesterday
the last day in their two-day cricket match which was
plaved at Harrison College.

Skipper Williams, C. Smith, A. Alleyne and M. Sim-
mons all bowled well to give Harrison College victory.
Resuming their first innings yesterday at 39 runs for the
loss of two wickets, the Windward Islands replied with
60 runs to Harrison College score of 154.

Opening batsman. L. Frankiyn
who was not out on the first day
vith 20 did not get a chance to
add to his score, Next best score
was 12 hit ky S The two

After lunch Blackinan and Har-
rison continued for College. When
the score was 63 for two wickets
College declared. Blackman was
out 3? and Harrison not out 27.



not



College pe owlers Skipper

Williams a A. Simmons each eeding 158 runs in 135 minutes
bagged fiv of the Windward for victory the Windward Islands
Islands wickets for 27 and 25 runs Opened their second innings with

Riviere and Franklyn. When the





ae err my "1 ’ ore wos 29 Franklyn was given
H neo CONG 70-ien - o lead of , ut lec before the wicket in
4 runs knoeked up 68 runs for gneve frst over. After Franklyn
the loss of two wickets declared went the Windward Islands bats-
th their second tnnings This in- men just coule not stay up to
nings was marked by a breezy the accurate bowling of Smith,
knock of 33 runs not out by C. Ajleyne and Williams.

Blackman who only got five in the
first innings.

The steady bowling of Smith
and Alleyne was too much for the

The Windward team ended their
second innings at 55 runs-and thus
Harrison College won the match
by an easy margin of 102 runs.

The Scores:—







touring school boys who could
only score 55 runs in their second Hortison College First Innings 154
innings. Smith’s analysis was 8.3 Windwards — First Innings
ae aide ee Sigh pee ee ie ° Riviere b Williams
overs, 1 maiden, 17 runs. 6 wicke ', Franklin c Hewitt b Williams i
and Alleyne’s vers, 3 maidens, H Elwin b Simmons :
7 runs and 3 wickets. BR. Auguste ¢ Smith b Williams 5
7 ; , en : , B. Rolle c Williams b Simmons 2
When play resumed yesterday ©’ prakes ¢ (wk. Harrison) b
Franklyn and Auguste continued Simmon 0
the first innings for Windward : Phillips S Braith b Williams 8
els ‘ rit » ecora s 0 : Sandy not ou
Islands with the score at 39 for J’ Baird ¢ Smith b Simmons 1
2 wickets. J. Melntyre b Simmons
. C, Shillingtord i.bo.w. b Willian
In the second ball of Williams’ Fxtras
first over of the day, Franklyn Taal
was brilliantly caught by Hewitt ag
at fine leg. The'score-board read Fall of ‘wickets; 1—20, 2—29

39—3-—20 544, 6—45, 7--52, 8—52, 9.
Skipper Rolle followed and was BOWLING ANALYSIS

off the mark with a single. When Or Mo Bi ow

4-44,









the score was 44 Skipper Pole J. Williams 11 4 27 5
wee caught by Williams in the “i eres 7 tae =
slip off the bowling of Simmons. ~ farrison College Second Innings
This was Simmons’ seventh over. C. Smith Michie Bs melts 0
E. Hope c Auguste b Rolle 2
Drakes filled the gap but soon C. Blackman -not out f 3
after Auguste was dismissed as he N- arrison not out *
gave Smith an easy catch in the sree ‘
third ball off Williams’ 11th over Total (for 2 wickets dec'ld) 63
Phillips joined Drakes but avain . igh Rwy et
the partnershiv never lasted lone Fall of wickets 1} for 1; 2 for 6 ;
as Simmons had Drakes caught eee Aaa R Ww
behind the’ wicket. Simmons’ gone 9 2. 25 2
bowling analysis then was eight Baird 3 MH
overs. 16 runs, three wickets. San- Drakes 4 8
dy followed and Phillips opened Sh!!lingfora 2 7
his account with a single ‘uivacatde Susana aruiieds
y Sandy taking, strike from Wile 5 Ri? biatkor Si ©: tf
iams was struck and was forced 5, ‘Auguste run out . 8
to retire. Baird filled the gap and p phillips stpd (wkpr Harrison)
opened his account with a single; b Smith . 0
but in Simmons’ 11th over he edg- lL. Sandy |.b.w. b Alleyne :
ed the ball through to second slip {Drakes 1-b.w D- AUSY RE 1
Steen ‘ McIntyre b Alleyne
where Smith took an easy catch. |}; Baird b Smith 14
Scoreboard read 52/7/1. McIntyre 1. Elwin not out 9
followed and he was bowled with 3B. Rolle b Smith . i } 0
the fourth ball of the same over. © Shillingford stpd (wkpr Harrison) ;j
Sandy came back out and joined b oe =I) : 2
ist eer axtras
Phillips who was seven. Phillips .
was out caught by Smith in Wil- Total ... 55

liams 16th over. Phillips hit 12.

a Sad on ca fe rs Hie 90, 3—30, 4—31

Shillingford went in’ and the . a ¢ ee cera a4

Windward Islands first innings ° oe : ,

ended when Shillingford was giv- BOWLING ANALYSIS

en out leg before to Williams. oO M R Ww

Williams 6 is ae

Harrison College opened their Corbin ‘= 14 -

second innings at 2 p.m. with Smith 1s : ¥ a

} g t 3 Alleyne p : ¢

Smith and Hope, Rolle had S.nith Sita 1 i s o

caught at fine leg by McIntyre in
the third ball of his first over.
Smith did not score. é





Rolle was getting the ball to lift =
Today

awkwardly and it was one of these
Victorian Exhibition at Bar-

balls that caused Hope to hit the
ball in the air. Harrison went in

bados Museum 10 a.m. to
6.00 p.m.

after Hope and was off with a sin-
gle to mid off.



wo ice his Lunch was taken when the Police Courts ... 10-00 a.m.
N. dente ae Sym-| Score had reached 41 for two wick- Football— Queen’s College
monds beat *. Edwards. and} sts. Blackman was not out 25 and of British Guiana vs. Har-
aS hompeon’ a é As gue gece not out 13. rison College at Old Col-
Mixed Doubles, Semi-Finals lege grounds 5.00’ p.m.
Miss A. Griffith and W. Dec.
Forde beat Miss C, Alleyne and;

J. Robinson 6—3, 6—3.
TODAY'S FIXTURE
Men's Singles, Finals

A. W. Symmonds vs. W

Forde,

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Rugby Results

LONDON, Aug. 23.
Results of the Rugby League
games played Wednesday
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Rangers 7, Oldham 2. Bradforu
Northern 34, Castleford 6
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Maxim Beats
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NEW YORK, Aug. 23. sent to London
Joey Maxim settled the World’s | at, a wf i. Festive
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Bailey did all that was expected
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: isprint—the 100 yards in 9.7 sec-
say the . champion will ana and the 220 yards in 21.4
Satterfield in Chicago | .oconds. Later, he s one of the
on December 7. There is talk Of) sou~ members of the British team
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champion stocky Don Cockell and) gyer 440 yards.
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lot. | Wint’s record, while Wint himself,
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I ,1., III.Ill llAKBAIMis AHVOCATE FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1931 Hunte Top Scores As First Trial Opens Three \\ .1. Athletes Show Britain How To Kim A. HOLDER BAGS FOUR WICKETS THE i %  %  ton 0 wick. I for tl i : | %  %  : • ... lance to the 1 .! !// Kali i (,.i 111 %  < ff.l |tl r Kins I' Uiari.tOK i. 11 II. College Defeat Windwards By 102 a* HARRISON cuii EGE eaaily ut their I'M m the Triangular Intei '.. • la| In theii two-day cricket matrh which was n College C Smith. A AUeyne and M. Sim tried wel i %  rtoi Eteauming thttr tir^t Inninfls yi 10 runs for tht* lilandl replied with 60 runs to if irrisoi Colli I ">4 tkim son Leaveg in ih-m.Atkin I rounder i %  •. ti runs ..ii Ali i) afternoon by B.W.I A j < u \ i \v \ %  %  %  H %  Inn Brit%  %  ctll the while i the hook ii %  I dad the bos ; %  %  %  %  CharlM H %  ..he i>I'M kw h k i . %  A. Holdei t. Holder I %  %  %  i'radshaw kept thr hall at a good %  Phe aai gather was %  %  %  00 specta* : C .' Chat a way, %  Otenh timer toi Trial... %  Hon.. : They will embark on ; thlp Chatawaj breaking thi which i%  %  Ml John i BONITAS, BASRA CJUDAS PLA\ TO 4-ALL DRAW BONITA& AND BARRA1 i four-all tchal the Aquatli Club yeeter11 %  foi Bonltaa, ind M Konlj bei \ i nc i ., %  I Foi i th Taylor net! hael Lambert and • : one each. it refer* ... i •, tins ind •.., %  light tit I | ... by i. i 1 %  %  % %  rrom the watei for .1 major fnui penal) In the 1 %  %  n %  %  Ken In 1 Ihri %  one 101 ; %  i*i lice. ... Barracud "ni.ii number ol %  %  Owen J Th,-.. and lobbed the (-. lotheernpts 1 nd goal f.., Bonikk* toon aflei of coring ihoouni ltu %  ..... '; pel foi 1.. %  1 ,.,, %  10 TW A Hunta e.oal A Minute 1 ntred ,[> rnld-nAld tor 1 it 1 ouple ol mil u 1 got anothei 1 % %  % %  iti %  The lui .'. .'ii tin. .urn Mil bael !.. % %  bei 1 who a : 'or 1, unmarked on the ic-rr wing, rethe ban Its 1 %  hanged ;i(lrr lunch, H0I0V > rful shot .. %  % % %  found I length '•••*• Brlc AT. There i are until juel before hall 1. %  I : .'. Kid: '" Bon -. PS es 8SJ "'" '" te nri I b\ the rig E W. Grant iwayi on %  orad theli the end -it ri..%  lice 3. The Referee *n-. Mr. Jwk Knkabt %  BeaHaa tl 1 osti. v ri Richardi-i 1 le< 1 '-> %  B ladon, • • Johnson and M. K'.iii.' I i-i %  Burn aeaa: 1 Slmneon, K %  %  1 M. 1 .mi .11. P Fie*, hi' K T % %  1 Snannerv A TsvkM '" "I-MM K I' r %  %  • 1 n. 1 P^ltr*.; I SI, || %  M, pirhardi < %  ipt t 1 Rest, M ., ...... LB.W. for 12 1 took Uw Wood t.> 11 %  %  1 1 |3 %  %  >ii wini< he held dp ><• h w ai :u %  med Several wll wen -.it.-1 I %  %  neci 11 v .uitaunt of KOt tUCll %  ..mi the two i< arn 1 wen wai I 1 L.B.W %  theii voali until the tlnal whistle. .ti 1 Bevan ... irfcihi <> bewllna of Hold Alleyni —who came Ii I tor 20 an %  %  %  %  down In from rateh the %  opped up 1 Hcyne taken potnt of view • ill ; ,t it,.Bgbt f..i thcJ oil, %  MK. TAT1 im • MI >M \ M.I.I. 1 1 %  tered U11 ater with hurl ami ialways the 1 -. as mud %  inalA. w. Symmondi t W Porde. rranktyn 1 rUi M did ...II to hk %  rfew 1 %  %  %  1 < ,I"K. rVllll %  H %  %  I ,jf.,i;n-ii l*|i il %  r %  knoek of tl runs not out by c. %  live in thi flnri innings. The StSad) bOWUnfl of Smith and AUeyne wss M mueti for the tcurlng 1 could re Sfl runs in thi innings Smith's analyst* oven 1 m ilden, IT rum 1 1 When 1 1 Franklyn and AugUSte the first I -lands With thi (i Th.sse i 1 ..11 <.f WUuami" Pranklyn wai bniiiaiiiiv eaughl by Hewitt at rlnc leg. The 'eor.>-l.o;iiy| ici.l Skipper nolle followed md sraa off the mark with s Sloala. Wh-t th was tl Skioocr P-'1r u 1cauatd *>v Wlllian %  Up .fT the howlin* of Simmon*. This was Simmons' seventh over. Blled tiic gap %  %  save Smith catch In the lams' nth over Phillips lolned Di the nariniT hlo nevei la as Simmons had behind trie Wicket, Simmons' bowline ai sftnl overs. 16 runs, thn e Bai dv followed and Philln liis account with %  singk S indy Liking ink.from Williams was struck and was forced to Mine Balrd niu-d the ttup and ...coiiin with a single: imons' 1 ith over he edged 'inball through to a*ond sup where Smith took an easy catch. s onboard read M 1 1 asclntyre followed ..nil 1.' was 't.wi*d wtui the fourth t-.iii of the ssu Sandy came back out si F'hllhj, who .in evi 11 Phillips wan out caught by Smith in WitI ,n. |6th ovei Phillips hit 12, Shllllngford went 111 and the windward islands Bra) Innlnc ended when Shlllli f< on out lei before lo Williams, ge opened Iheh second Innings it I p.m. with Smith and Hope. Roue %  i aught al fine Iff bj Mi int. re li the ihird 1 ..11 if hi Rrst ovet Smith did not score. Blackman joined Hope who was dun Roiirs second over Al thi Roue wai tatting the ball to ntt awkwardiv and it was one of these balls that caused Hope to hit the nail tn the air Harrison went in .iUi-i Hi.i.c and "as olT with a .111gll tn mid off l.unch was taken when the 1 score had reached 41 for two wk k; -tlllackm.'in was not out 25 and 1 not out 13. After lUOCfl BlSsnofaaO and Harunued for CoUesje When was 63 for two edcMtS College declared Blackman was %  'i Harrison not out 21 ina in 135 minutes % % %  Dpi ni ii 'heir .'i %  nd innings with ind rranktyn when the eg Pi infelyn befon she wtekei la I r After Franklyn went the Windward Islands hats'i not stay up to Bks imwliiiK of Smith, wilslams. The Wind ard team ended their %  U runs anil UuSJ the match i, of 102 runs Tin* Scores:— H.ttl—i l.tl ,I f .. In-litt* IM *li"i-ir. t.f.l l-llI> b William. II n UH 1. Bimmoaa •> %  Wll I . mi s I 1 ILirilHMO b Maxim Beat* Hob Murphy IfJCW VORK. Aug. 23. Joey Maxim settled the World's Light-heavyweight crown tightly on his swarthy browon Wednesday by virtue of a surpassing' laround dt the free I swinging In*h "Bob Murphy. It, was a case of besd MIS brawling aim Three tough %  Maxim. Some say the chtmpion wi.l flghl Hob Betterfleld kj on December 7 Then is talk Ol .• light in UOndOB champion stock.*. I oi on tl > %  i : %  M;,ns KM atatthewi nni. |a the b> tot "About the %  round I thought I had th der control, hut he . %  %  1111 Maxim after U> %  n "agulnsi Mi", ihe nscsnj money" %  %  favour no onr" Rut J. ... ,< wuUnfl to fnvnur Don Co'kell of England. Gross gate was 48.14B. — in 21.4 %  %  : Koui members of th Bi 1 v ..-.. 1 441. %  n 47 %  Wini i recot through puddk \y in 1 min. 51.7 second.. Only C'hanrr %  I pan cs theii prati "One descnl-,1 him •I choice foi the title of "Aiiuete or It was three years ago exports believed that Bf finished a< a npnnter and told Otat leg.'' Bailey is now nearlj 31 an age al winch moat first-clas%  '! %  : I %  prime, but he u still running as .n unassuming, quietlydressed figure in everyd.. %  %  British sports fans and people will walk up to him in owe, saying: IcDonal a He shyly in n will give his autograph If 1* Is >•the tusk th%  U.mg ahy %  Thai aumthan 60 throughout Britain and his astonishing perform. European sprinter m %  ne. he has run ncarh 30 times. Nine tut 1 equalled his 100 yards British reh..s run the %  In 21.5 seconds or less and twice nc has Hrmsh record of 21.1 •• I celebration bafare la na %  ited him with ;i child —B.I' r. 4 tnlyra b Smimoru C IOIIIBJ ...in •> ss h Wltllaiti Ihttrss Tend 1 i< 11 1 .>pi %  m loot* from Ihe %  MO 1. A. -II. ins • teas. V.TI 1—ss. a—ai *. 1 .-. -.2. %  at. %  OVi T-a; ANAI.VSW ii *i 1 IS I • 3 CSabSn t Slnimiii 13 S lf.ru.,... < llr ( S.r*aS -iiiiiii r Mr In tv re I. Poll. Hope > Awssists 1. ReUs lllKrkriiBn r.oi ...il ,...1 ..... r.u Total ilor J wlcki-l. *-cldi S3 I-::'! I.llliiirlafd %  B|aUhNI*a "reaS lll> Franklyn lb> h s. Rtviem lll-fctiiiii Hmith Auausu om ....I Phillip, upd iwkpi I, ttmllr. Sandy I b w b Alias nr Drehaa I b w b Allrvnp Mclnlyia b AUsyiM Ua.rd b Su.itli • I 1 I I, Sin.ll. spi.lllnslortl ^pil Vpt tfatrlann> al How to get rid of STOMACH PAINS Mol uornich pint* ire due (o dingerooi excetl Kid. Th* qulcksit 10 jet nd ol thit xce acid It (o neutralize il by (ihinf a 6: %  grounds 5 00 p.m. A IJA.NCE at AtlsnUs Hotel. Balhshrba mi Siturday. 25th Auxust. 1951. at 8.30 p.m. Music by Mr. Clevie (illicit* Orchestra ADMISSION 3/2IAAL 2li MOIRE TAFFETA [a I.I.MK Shnrlcs .-( Gold, Nil, 11: hi Bine Turcjuotte, lee nine. Fuaefata .mil Black :iii btehei wide fSd s2.2:l CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10 13 Broad St. aM ^-^ w iV ijyiv ^avvvvt'i.v'avy; vvr.V/V//, They'll Do It Every Time' USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE I'AINT Iron and Steelw.uk 1 1m.1t %  urrudi ben-Lilh .. • ' f RdlVRtMTi:. Proof amlnsllirat or cold, lite corrosive air of big cities, salt |.ray mid sea-water. BOWRANITE b> used b> enaineers. shlppine lines, dork authorities and public .ind industrial contractors tvrryuhere. YOI MIOI I II I M IT. TOII Teuih. Hrxlhh. yet Noii-rrjckln.-. BOWKANITE Is made in ni.uiv .ttrjctlve shades. Slocked In . I'IKMWI M (,1111V Kill CiREV. BLACK ind >t I'l.lt Bl.tlh 1 Heal Kcsistlni:) in tins id Imperial Measure. tr ONE GALLON WILL COVER t.ooo S<(. ET. I'MONE 1136 AOF.NT-* \\ ILKINSON A HAYNES Co., Ltd. s OIVt'MS •'-•*• mm I s K.IIV MX STOCM STRIPED SHIRTS | VfHEfJ VOU irJTEND ID EAT INSIDE THE CARHOPS SWARM ALL OVER VOO — BUT "IUC TI*IE VCU C r DEQCE TO GRAB A BTE c ( Nine CAR. HORM,W5AG < %  -. OR RAOAR W3NT 6eT >O0 A WAITRESS— ( i T^A*-A TO esogox.'1 %  — WITH — WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS — BY — J If 7ST IN itKEi) I — AT — CD. RICE cv: CO. TAILORS AND OL'TFITTF.RS OF BOLTO\ LAN i WU*WUUMK



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I Kill W M(.IST 24, is;, I BARBADOS AI>\K Ml CLASSIFIED ADS. "SZ ^k&ryAMha TriedJb P U.I SEVEN TtlimoM IM Han g.' r. Carlb C mm FOR MU IJ .. t. u to H or, 1 Wl w.gr Mill 1 uic T9 mi %  ami .J v H M c**h .--: M r* ' 5u*db M u-s*d* — u ,.nd 4 m Ill) 1 Bratk. -,.,-j. S ceo. a v >•*. | after < p m !.,>••< | A.lJ V l rharoe t;*sfc tl rrali % %  m crma *!.*-* %  M 4i — flaw 1 •**** 1 eeat* a i.'o*l wtfM rtau u. -j • BtI lrsjs| HOUSES A7// PRCICG Negotiators GOVERNMENT NOTICE I.OVI MM \r Aipi on pren. I %  Sl-t f >iagev D1hi Arknowtnu, Bid 'n M< AUTOMOTIVE %  •aat* %  >1 H SO on Sundayii or any number a, *ord* up to SO .••-•> _^___^_^^_^^^_^^_ —.. a*, Ald an *..nd*y. lot each I 10 -ood „„,,,„ iivdra-iirali WOM naad Kira * DIED i n i r>..i AuauM Sard. Its Hat funeral lea*. i bar nephew. K C Ham> VtBS rontabelle iitpm | to day Im (ha We.tb.o-* Cr meter;, Hulr Tield E.neo r Flaid and • Ford V-t t-avi.itrd > between H—I f.n MIIIKOOM M SI ill One.Bedroom Flai -I ACg.njir D-yr.ll. Haad flu.. ..i ,*, •. .'IipH H E C Field 1>I W M %  M ft Fran*** I CAU One Ford Prefect IftaS Model I i* r#Prtrci condition, for parti, Plaid al BO— *|fr.i Ltd King 4S0S Hart I Field i U i%  Aiatst Mrrt iwi residence. Tudor Biuler •>• HaalH The tunaa i jhuve residence al I H.-J Eldctha and Blackman dauanirr -ale 'arand.oni Her irand-daughtrr I IN MFMOK1AM I God. beautiful We (hull met ton < mother' i E\cr to be rent rmbc red Uv tub IV %  • .HI "Iniin.i BM 14 %  I'l lrl.lt XOTHKS CAR -orkttg 4*M CAHS Hi IMC pirmouth Car. Hi lttl iu H.-li la-a Apply coamepoliian ^tiraae Maaanne !..,. Dial Mil 11 %  i: iLAT on Ulue .iier. Tenc.'.'>" *'"> •pactoua runboaidi Photic m ts : ii -t i n riiMwrnp BanaooM m ,^ ,%  %  %  %  %  ide PlorfciaPhone 4?, brtofr II BU3 %  J"*jJ| - %  Mr. A C Won S ••burk Street S*riihrr rm in POWK-Top Bork. Chr.. %  ilablr r,.„i: Vplember l.i unrurniahed Fn. \' UXIIAI | BAI a i .. I'liivmii i PHIM.lt vil.is 4tllf OaMftaa) ""d II Tea rent* per agat, im eek-dUM "" %  •% % %  i.iKia One [>.-lr mutor Lorry |pt4 Model ith atral platform and in pit1MB Aptl> F. E C Brlhall Phone 4IM M I SI On MEAL ESTATE FURMTUKK !*L*N(.AI.IH .V; %  ...,. ,. %  !-. Ml Tra -rid pre apata lln end 11 renl p*r ujole III "'i'""-| ilarpa IIN -1 MM on Sandflv* i >,r-< i'',i 1>RCK CHAIR be.'ch. gardan. in rump, o I •I< delta I and \H1>H or -I lAMka NOTICE ii the ..iidrrmrniil Up l ItOUptol Ml WeptfTiiher 11 Ibl mint l>r halll qualified i % %  tars * %  %  I' II TAKII.TUN .. %  NOTICE r*m>n OF -i rim The Pairhtal Office "ill l>e ilo-ed n Auguat IMh IW1 O MMBt J1H Pai'wh.i NO f ICE Vomtry of %\ Peler %  % %  11 r*pay*M b> £l per annun not more than loin cmtn I b* ELMO i for the above loan b\ thr Mider|-FieiHed Cook leiimlr BbMvr tManan preferred For tmall Inmilv I in imall country huu** Mutt behave ii* i ,i ptothapk thorn id hi. -ti.littOLV refrreho >a lo cleanllnew hooemty and abllif. Write B> B Advoraw HI SI—4n i opeiatirin Sew "niInW) i 'i :i Hacraii wnm. MactWu dn*in| .II. d 3 btdromni, uniUiV MU'hrnette and larnar IrMRH MM • fe nf Road App 1 M SI ?i LIVESTOCK %  AMI Tixnoijihbfetl mara Plr Plnlaam mil of %  rMtmna t C BHhall Phn„e 41M MECHAMCAl. i'OIMIl MOI -l ArHner i caa o( Iba batt dirtrn-c iti, ;-o ... ,.. pmrnl under NlHvail b^ .upi „ |o ll.T, ,S V-ott Maannne I..,. > M| ^ K 3' snrn i „,* tabtad .h. i rnvered ->lh new beM qualltv hem. BtaMM %  > hW |>iH.it Marhu. drain i I X %  M ADDING MACHIHI I h..,d Addin; HaChlM. MM an.t two arcond i. nter. 14". appl. T -;..!de I'hona -.441 I New Hhed V 1 %  I I %  • I p.lie ilh heatv alia, a unati V j I'l-MlKr hLodge. Ivy Road B • Sl• Fr*tn rP 1 complaints of Kaes..n> neuiraliiv Boma UnitBd N Uoni toui-CM b*UaVBvl OaBCtaafMi AIII.II NUlrJ m ecured in the brie! Interval .diethe alleged raid." Tlu> Udd lull th* "availability of thifl to the colonel in dial %  ConuntuuM luH firms the fraudulent nature the incident The total lack damage and tin• i i< UOfl i.r plan t Bd BVeOBRCB auggeit' strongly that H BMUl r;ip mighi have t>*M3 Conunumut aircraft tvltl plosives such :igienades U mark the drops ii.. United Ifatloi o\er the KaHtBoitfj Btei rluruu Ihi : UMre hi i 0 Allied .rtiib'ry ii. potltloi capable i : Baong %  ki>>> up ;in utiidentltled K %  %  Port the ..II. • Vice Adnni.d JO) the chlel U N truce o>te • ng team lemained at the advance ba*e' llet touth1 Kae %  i: m II imirnonhwett of Seoul pending leveJotpaMMti %  •d With th I llted Slater u that the bieaadown In ."i li uce talkwaa a Com%  avciild !-• the %  Jgnal to* n wan net unexpe--ted." %  I tUM long Ii ted that the O i-mg thr truce tall %  %  .in all out ii An Beclsl p. • ited oui that %  %  iIH-.II an %  %  r.n the lit : i I • -I'f, %  %  ixlmuin filing pi. LOST /O/M Defeated fEW \ .i: i K : fnaru, and PuRilterv, Nakano both ptaled m the Q^Mu 4 er>onaj play lay in the Schrooo < res) iwn rnni% Tournajneni ROUB VVUlnei of 1 tnamaru 6—4. 3—6. 7—V in a %  IU'I carrii ovei ^\"> li %  i • das niKht u hen darknt t W \. Reed "' Calltornla, . %  i %  i Phi JB| %  ne % %  ii"" BO 1 i • i %  : nited Rta* 9 N Cl i' P. Pork—Sa.: I (a> Neck Bones. Neck I %  • %  ones (h) Fei Stomachs in.>: >boani The \. POULTRY POULTRY: 1 RMde bland., is Polla, .' f J a c lMrial) abuul lo lav. hatched om ir. port on. on Wrdi Tall*. SnOUtS, Jowls Head* aaune. it-Hi.-i. Mean Port I .. Bella Port. Men Pork l"alba. h I Bon V lltllts %  brl. cf D lb. or | %  $55.50 n I %  i lbs. or 17i %  sen.50 i" i lots of t I %  : % %  %  • ii.; ; , •IK 10 DOT >rl <.f i of not if" thai 1 • %  I %  II' in lot of 19 lot, S3c %  %  • : Orad< V have av \\ Conti %  i • • %  SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamship? Thai vary dralrable bualnru ptnniiri own aa No D Swan Street occupy ma tornar Mle and Handing on • aquata avt of land Inspection on application lo the tenant If F S. NWholl* Thu property mil be *et up to PviblM an petlllnit on Friday Mat AuguM Ml i 1 p m al the office of the imderiignrd l-ARrlDJOTON & MLALV II a SI Hi AUCTION IYEAST-VITEI The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B. %  oi'maot NP i AN lONHTPUCTOH I vn\ Kl LtBON CAN cBtnan CAM. l-HALIJCNUFII %  l.ADV ROUNF.Y • AN COHSTMUCTOn LAliV NFI_"ON %  all. -.11. M-alrril II.HI>> • An, %  •i A m it Am Bapt i* BB*I Oct C.VMUtAKodak IS. Aa New. price hundred dollar* Flit. Knight. Ltd C ty Pharmacy. 11 J.51— T T N New HUB wide l II %  •I (ii COTTON -II.HM-, Kir tent In 10 lovely da-lgu* X irr yard, Uual dlwounl Lircl.aier. Vlilt. Kirpnl.i It.ert Dial 471* MAN S COAT: One UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By Inatttartiona irCelved from the In%  urance Co I will lell on Flida) Auguil \ Mth at the nrtinm M.>. n < Nr'ion Bl 111 A-40 AnHin V*r. : Damaged in ar'identi Bale al 1 p m Terma Caah VINLXNT t.lilr.iTM i II B SI—4ii'i-:nso.\.\i. If rou have a pain vou don : hanto r.,>nd*' what h. W V H Hi fBAS r-VTTB .'BAS1 Mli u dM nsi V pain reliever which Al Sllconiams the ion,. \ n-itnin H, VujwilHK-.".t!^v.-.iwii!uli C r...ilt Yew %  %  :-,ii!:^..Uv. jn.l\k'Ui %  BMCB benr< For HEADACHES, NERVE PAINS, COLDS, CHILIS. RHEUMATIC PAINS > RELIEVES i $ YOUR PAIN \ I MAKES YOU \ t FEEL WELL I NI.FlllSl.I Ml I^DV RODNFV LADY NELSON I^DV ROItNFY GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Agmt,. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. DMlTMH-riva hund i al vi each. Api v o Ltd Dial SM ITS1IING BOAT The piiblic Bra hereby u.iined .ig.i.tut BVtaa rfedil to my wife. CARLOTA t.MIrtTH [DM SPBlSr.r.Ri -m I do nol hold mylf re.p.io.lblr lor he, .,, r.Moaniract.ng nny debt or rtabta in my I name unlew by a wrlltan order ifn*'i Mild iippl l.', potoi. to Paul Wllkhv |a,-^flhlngi c i prncr Jinn h Coleridge BU i. HI) li SI OVRRnXB HanMi Ovararai Watdvt Knawlrdge of lathe wom helpful ,p)v Manager. ljwrr F.Ule Faetory. ii a SIMISCELLANEOUS r V. AMI li KOVBI m. laaM ...i Baa pr a Mrtad it i.vikmg for K'- or Building 4 MVO s/i><:v Pllt l.„;g..iii Call K io a siI'AIN fade, right uM when yon taka' ASPBO At lion* 'pe-k louder tha-. x ord'-ABPBO aetlo i I* *afe and eflerA*PRO retaprel Backache—Headthe limb* and )oint % % % %  • %  tk ASPBO IB H SI-Hi. PIANM one Plai D autta Worrell. Ban 1 ppnutr Iv.xy Theali i ijewltt AppK B> HJII Cro.* Road. : %  :: %  I'l -\N 1*4 JU4l cued %  NBWS %  i. %sn : iiiuiiidcnl Toothpaste lorn petition 34 a si S50J J.OO *; UKST HKl/.r: ;* si.tuNu pKi/i-: ; intKii i-Ki/.i. J* In 2J words or less just J Dniih tn;s sentence:— \ I prefer Ammident > I'MIl II|-\SIL Lo...u>i•; X and send in your entry with 9 a flattened AM MIDI-NT S toothpast..box to K. R. fr Hunte & Co., Ltd. ** 1 U i -in -end in any nil *v bi-i of enlries hut each entry g must be accompanied bv an * AMMIDENT toothpaste box. v i-.iMi Bl will I*' judged on ; their ability to dosmixthe ]s, \ excellent .(iialities of AM.; MllillNT Toothpaste. The V three winning entries and \ th<' names of winners will § be published in the local A newspapers. Competition * ends Deceml^r. 1951. U.N. PREPARE I OR THRUST • From | age 1 into the fraj on the llrst tin..-. However Ueuti JarM A. Van Pleet, Commander %  I Irif KiRhth Army -.no i. liis force-; If* raods ft BRJ RECORDS: CtaarUa Kuni. Bing. Swih* ,i.i ..li' Hi S.. I. ..and we will aider tor you %  -. f ore*-gave Rede a ffMVU U h.vant got it In Mock. A -Mra-I a Co ^ ( .^ f ;| "limited oflenfTVe" on lb> JtptNBS %  Mral front during the ~'£",~''u" lt \-l"u.£' r Zr''-. l ltd tk. .,.i ti.. do noi repeM A poelal << nitnuniquc said the i c -. w i. ?"*• South Korean First Corp South Korean elementTenth Corps killed w an estimiiie ii.ooti N rth Korean ttroops In the "mo I %  %  %  Ion the Uoiti early June." ParUvtr east south Korean troop* were still llghtu. Iht' iitntbeiniin %  ) Bnd moat hills Of the rtdsjl ,,1 K... %  ng fio Dnz/luig rain was (ailing and wind. Of 40 lo 50 milt, per houi v.i-nrjW ti/s netf Dry Yeasf/ 6afce more c/e/ic/ous duns iv fj— ann your pantiy ahelf. If you bake at home, try Fleiarhmonn'a for better rraulta Juat iprinklr into lukewarm water. Let •land HI minulea. Then itir. One package eqaala one comGel These Tasty | Delights For Your Enjoyment 2tb tin Danish Hums ..Swift. I 'r.rh.v.,,1 Bf,*f .. Vicrra .Sausage "Black Buck" Sauce Tin., Lamb Tongues p Cocktail Biscuit* .. Salted Peanuts .. Sliced Bacon AND Ot'R POPtXAIt Fiv* Star Rum — IIS Bel SUBSCRIBERS I INCE & Co. Ltd. I fJSSs' NEEDS NO RIFRIGBRATION-AS IASY TO USI AS OLD-FASHIONED PERISHABLE YEAST preeacdv-st .• %  •-.n m ret ipe Today, let Fin*. ttfaaBM %  Dry Veait. Fcr Vour Haollh't Sake iry Fleiachmann'a Dry Yeat dissolved in fruit mice, milk or wale Like old-time foil yeaat. it helps tone up your lyitcm. Till. IM ISBI I 0V Till TELEPHONE DIRECTORY IS HOB HI MO PRII'MtH) FRENCH LINE i .. I.I. i. n itJ i %  SM1.IM. II' I M.I lND I I I \N< I "COLOMBII 1951 via M i rilqi %  a HOI HI BOl ND i % %  Gual ..no i,u Accepting F&BMI reri, f'argo and Mall K.M. JONES M....1 Hi. Hi: WOULD WBLCOM THE OPPORTUNITY TO Hl.l. veil I mini BS i OB n 0Hii I.I.Mt i, ML mnd WIXTH THU CBtnWAL KMI'OHII 31 IIWI •! BCM.1 a I*4*f l-l""I.UX0K CLIAI (.LOSS VABNISH %  UPR] UK IK 0*t,V. OIL 0AMI !a %  !"-' % %  • FURNITURE AUCTION Sa| ."Mli tncut al II.SO am > Table. i brd ii,.i %  i Prasa, i .!• I %  %  %  %  %  t o* %  1 I %  %  Al t TIONEBatS Jf-rtaB ^. Illaaeleaea t> t O. I N I %  V A I'tionc |S4S 1'l.inLitiuiis Kuildiiig; REAL ESTATE JOHN U. Ill \BON v ce. \ v a, w v A. FOR SALE :is as ::oon OS pottlble ui writing ( nny aJtcralioni you may require. No clinnms cm be iiiDrie alter the !IM nf AimiiM. IMI L\tr:i Uauiagi for o charpe >\t S2.IMI per issue THE lAttAWS iHIPHONE (I).. ITD. lannSlreel Pfl lt..v 2T2 Briil *-e.>s-. II I %  (Barfaau | %  %  %  %  which will inw (la^siiird Serlion (Yellow P Tin; COLONIAL UrVLKTIsiNi. CO. (BARBADOS) hi .1 II :i B'ullietuwn I IIUi,,l l!l 1,1(1. 10 .. 11 ROZBI < K %  nan RIDE A In.-.irio.i-t'it "HOPPER BIC CLE law .ifi.ie.s toixiHii i.ui. Whilt Park Road, 1 i RENTALS %  I ' i t S\l. I . i h MM* %  IO0I I : .."tea Bd kl U i B1 MI. WQKK t-ll t H.r.llrtS .1.1,1 SIKM Volt's PLANTATION-; BITLDINO i



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PAGE TWO BAKBADOS \I)Vraneh hi Ihb) morning for Jamaica by B.W.1 A He "ill tpen i .L coupU ,.i %  B.C. Musi* Scholarship R l I Wcuiu < .ili.mlur | %  I trucher at UM VYslry Hall Boy' % %  %  %  London. tbaa %  • two iiii>io. %  >-. %  UT.C i [< M r pe%  hint, i .-. Iiich examination h< R i .M I %  %  %  dral He ha* bM-n %  I Wi ley Ball lor Iha past U tax > YWCA she i t than uadai ii<* m the Brttfan Coancfl %  work. During a three-month May play their she will viwt variout parts of the Of thisum' British Islas p C C* The Cricketers Farewell O lambar 16th UM India: gnifleat %  ty. mark A i-i M Rae*i farewell (Ticket apti gUn -at least i mil thl "-xi West For some years nov. Alan has ij th Malwartt of tin9 M ll team as wall .) %  OBI .(tractions. iffored aaoOMff iUy with the departure r>| Ki. Aack t>r Trinidad and they will be sorely pressed tn till %  i.-ed by the ab|yn next sumSTEINBECK HAS ME PUZZLED H> J %  W MAI I. VI It I \1 I' %  tnllOOll lb MKlj OsM < 11 in* great writer. Of -vy gsnera|S*j remember ''n Mm | and Men" and "The Grapes of I Hecau.se he is so (great, bis Bl USING IlRll.Hi %  %  Mi, Is. 6't.i. alarms me. In bare essence, II li 'lie story of a man who passion.. ileves in the Wood he has inherited from hi* fathers. and who feels it a passionate duty to pass M that blood to future generaBut he i* sterile. '. ^'*'.;;'.'*->',: ---.-.-,'.','.','.-.*. JA.YETTA I'ltl SS SHOP | *. Co Lower Broad Street DRESSES HEADY MADE ANlJ HADI fl Tiger Moths or Austers nd the %  %  Enid, i • i with T HE : Lilt meeting nt the up !**ie rrew ol ten n of Commerce offices on Stevenson, who erved in bota %  No Hurry G EORGE HEADLEY, greatest of all West Indian man and still a grand cricketOEOROI BEADLE. ''" ""* f "''"' %  %  1 UM close of the present Crew Wanted y "-' ,M 1 Hr *' lan "on*. E M'li TINT %  -, lh< w< • '''"' l r, m ] l England. It • • • almost certain he will re-.lgn Knowing this, and because of : next season for Dudley in the her love for him. his wife hct.ningham and District league, comes with child by another man But George is not prepared to Her husband passes from ecstatic nmit himself yet. "Why hurry." delight to murderous despair said last week. There is plenty v.hen he learmi the truth. But at : time." UM lost he comes to feel thnl heredity is the possession not of Congress of Authors one man, but of all manlUi t Hltll.I.IANT FORECAST IV AW 1 OMPANY /MA* i not vr mm AW ut 'tut uu urn TO-l.YV. V00 A g.15 P.M IMi (dMIMINT, MIGHTIEST OF ALL WESTERN ADVENTURES! THL RED DRAGON" RIGGER .-AN" PETKH A H K A H A M S. The story Is brilliantly told an South Africa-born author. JL* 1 '*' %  It >* %  'muchvd aboutHit the West Indies this !" ? are only four ch.iractersr uu .,hi.^ tn m t WMt ,hc husbond. the wife, their cIo* '" uSS JSLlfaTJSaTs?JSS friend, and the other man. First 1 Indfas n wrttf w^te oryjwjsjps lhey arr pon of „ C | rcus N ext. iVl 4 %  %  "' world tup via U i %  W cinarj ind Capo v.i.i. islands. P I %  ,,, (-._. Hr, !" nangementa foi which Will ,,,K,d OVi iMSUag of the Congress of noni, ineinijer the pnv.l. • Employment Agency BufOBgam writers. The pro""" *ClMiNALll l.-Ml f.Y I .eu .i.i-et.ng ,planned to lake lepminK" U) I* • pilot K nomm.l. jyi %  l , DIM* ... m. M in 1952 jso.oo %  waw .. %  ii— New Liaison Officer FHEN I • %  • >• Mm academic • begins in Ootobar, Waal Indian and Bahamas students in ondon will meet their new ..iMn officer at the Colonial they are part with thl same names, ehurriri.rfetics. and nroblm. % %  m farmers. Finally I farers. —L.E.R. W'J I Kiiiil.ii.'i GE M. For the non-flying membai P rs till ol ir offortSf and in •"who win tnjoi UM pi Ivl ogi U % %  I the club's fnellhles and the bar Ol i l ifllcsi mtaan which will pfobabtj i iprinl star, h It* near the airport bakl Uh : ptioo Is $50.00 for life p h g tog r a ph I c MaBul ,ng c unv. She will do clan*' % %  Hp ts r ^ Grotl r It ,v aTdclpated thai UM (gdllvul ttl „ k Ml „„ ,,., 1( tn( „.,,, British e.uiana who is i .• 0M club wfU bo vallablo ba abla to remain ... Englsnti [ %  ; tke over from M. to member. DS UM sod -.1 the 1-. the present liaison office, vear. Membership is bdrui solid*"' .. H-uinM tn ho te" v fot Jomaica nex 'ted now. .md • ,M v %  %  **' De Grott was ,n Eng^^ ltooiny prophecy/-! shall community will nil-mho "' i "mnan u) dl|rtng lho war ond Blud t e d ^, e al fi Ai ^ £„ August 21 -. _,_ Bl the London School of Econon Pr f r u-nds and neighbours laughAppointments 1( ,. wncrr ne ohtained the U>ned. Nevertheless, a number of I 'inlet Bairn llin university Diploma in Public callers droppeu by her house, last nalea. who went to Administration. Tuesday noon "just to see how she few months ago. has was" Mrs. Hanson was still alive. War Against Blindness They mui he., you are )usr piU | uu*, ining things. Mrs. Hanson .. i.-.nd. Fit U. John BmyUt, AN exhibit.... of photographs but said J 10 !" "*:. !" \ r COunI\ inusmtlng the flght against !" l "JJ*" 1 „ !" ;. r "J-nke 1 lei i>f (he Suprarm Cow % 111 uv In lha Brttlsto Empire t)US ^ ari(l Bui(li ., tjllc d \\ w doctor Stem Leone opened In London i M week rna tl M ^ ilTlll np pronounced her exhibiiiim i srranajad o> the i]t ir| Emplra Society foi the Mr Hanson said, that nil wlfa „, Blind and indudM i untoaa set WM a woman of great faith, and I! W I \ KneMi Nat Canniihael or pictures taken by the Society people with smh faith have pre.;;;'•,,: „, We-, A Mea last year. ShOWtag .onittons not given to other." %  Jackie Marson. illRon treasurer is tne man to nnitoct It ym. wish to join. Home Cook.ng M R DARNELL OREEN1DGE, Barbadian of "Arrb HalT St. Thomas, wftw bai %  %  rrinldad I'oliee Forre I % %  the Cdcmbie BTt* .pent his holiday win I %  iist went to Trinidad. II thoroughly enjoyed h "I ShaU Die At 11.45 p.m. Aitg.21" Mrs. Hanson Predicted REDOOU CITY. I 'aliform. August 23 When Mrs Edylhc If.nvon. 32 left hospital a month i.Ko she n .I..I. nllht ;,nt to Cam Color by TECHNiCOLOR RAY MILLAND HEDY LAMARR MAC00NAL0 CAREY I %  -.%#..\ Dial H404 %  MIKIY fllE C.XRDEN — *T. JAMES TODA'I liooi i toon i\ >" II n i .Ml i -I SI N \UI | AQUATIC Mil! CINEMA Member Only) MMIN.I* a',,', ,MI rOMORROVI ii "it f.>t TONIGHT TO NONE ^ NK.III \r S10 I* in 11 i / LI • %  ; saeasa I IN!)' DAI in \N\ \ AND PHI K:N'. Of SI \M with IJ GALF. SONDElUi I MJKHAiL \ tmih Canaan i... ptvaare 1 EMPIRE OPI NINI rOOAl I i • H.M p.m and (onlinuini l>ail> .it I I., g UMI p.m. !l SHOWS SAT1RIIAV 9.30—4.|5—K.:; g III TD)Sf nigli EJIen went to the EXTRA ATTRAt ITONfl rONITI Tin. U.I. ctfttst TU.IM tOMIST HALL Blnalng NEVILLK PHILLIPS Binglni r:i HAiiF.wooi) singing CARL BFST SinpuiR BVRON ROLLOCK Sinking I1LHKRT CLARKE Singing i.. V •Trlend %  -Ti.c :. Bo M i %  C.I'EST ARTISTS : Three Week* £-VFF to Jama 11 i on Uire. nd has put on eighteen poundl toga. ,,iring his stay. i;. K ill bo .ton. Mas mg .VI". Ihe problem of blindness in that Particular area. -L'.P. rut: vmiMiiMs or viv\ B.B.C. Radio Prugra mme a. A. s. /*. o: All Steel Pars lletlett Terhnlrolour Musical Shorl CHAMPAGNE FOB TWO" far Tlekrls tee: h4l. k null V. At'QUS 1 iz i m an The N H. |. ... Nw. Ai-K m p.m -* 9 m IS uo p m Tiif Hewi %  da in pn rim of IK* K %  B....B.I i C'. l n,|K.MT o( III Mrirnnl f Till..-11 p %  ..1, .II To d.> Simr, >• ,m.A %  S-SB .... i BY THE WAY .... % B-eeAaemoor T HE sale "< luiriingtoi Arcade will make no differthe .filled men realise thai prices and lack "' money) has %  hortnest ol Uis pi ,; c drive." AaflaM.f^^ u UM strict an optloal lUuston, o keepei said, "wejnuat entice sUquette which makes it UMTO wlU ba .' collision, the the customer.' Outside all the . woman's clarvt will bs topped London shops in Iha West Nobody must whistle—not even thi :,„.,, w m sloll bc "barkers. in surprise. Nobody mu-i run knows where vt..>s willing band ,.„,,,„.,„ hl luujiMaluMi will .1 li B thief has aaatched will be thrustinu %  txho toUooa as: hJj ratca Bii Ing the back ol bar dreas It is btttei -Walk up walk ui>! Anyone who ulator and opening in le waai your noaa proudly in U ,,. ,,t seen oan see the nmb-ellii are forbidden Not rac a ol UM world, .•nd without i,..',,,!..! lady, rlda on the wahH must %  hal along shameful lubterfugei chute, and have his fortune told like ;i hoop, look .it DOODle back(Hefi.nn rh,n-\ a long, kM| by ;i film star" Beautiful acei mrough your ktga or blow MOM a-uHndtoo Into MM lai ., epUoiMttea wlU down the neck ot %  ihopkeepei mingle with the shoppers, and ihsr:ieb once h..I % %  1 *b p in Tl..II' MM -r BUK 00 p.m H..di,. N<*rrrl B IS p in BMallS*. ^^BSIM S U ll ii' tiitrrluilr B Si l> r-.*n ih r Kdi.n*i< i k n ii' BiradlM i Oihnrs 1 U p m WorM AMinIDNpm Tlu. N-. 10 10 p m Inter hi* 10 IS p m Atian Survey l !f.. *. k O .:%'•' '' %  the incorrigible beau put back the hood from the penimbulato, und revealed its conU-nts—a heap of plaster and some old boots. Tinbaadla look bli name, bu'. in '..'li pleaded privilege, as an imipttv opened bis umbrella and began to sing n I Uornclla. %  //* %  /-.' %  a /fifi/.', Itm^ nunv t/'winilin^ . A WOMAN wrote In a morning .*V paper Uu dently in complete seriousness: If the nose is a trifle long, the lalntaat touch of rouge .. beneath the tip will make It •ppear ihorter." The longei I nose, the bigger must l .nderneath It The v.'cman with a regula I %  n nose had bole v "' '' Bin be due to higi< igna ol buying ething. Rupert and the Sorcerer — S •hr crowd ksVl I Huptrt. I don'i wlut (hr other* "hmk." hr >*Y'. "I'm nirr I M* thji .*ui thing " Y. M> *m I." raaaei And whit's nx. HI gb; i*v w try M I • "Ih.n Cm *nr. Algy And ihey hurry k to Bt. Bui then ihry tinnoi ijrr* on whtm :t> loeh toihr MMT. *o Rur-er' jm • link* n the i gli dnr. V ft,,'.' %  t rtght 4 %  tad brief piar. 8i Oaxtn ne. iwu j ia> T .'pi.''"?.'* I'teae? is. ^ I M i.mrl 14) 1 • Not l*B.it earned. l*hiHour ot lieavi 'rartlr it Its the pace lliry BSt, I4I J r .'nuniiii nun Ifitiu : a Flii..inx I l 1M. li'. DlU> M V*ai i sw i. to. I. K-i. % %  •' %  %  •-;.: %  : .: %  -v...." % %  it'* .\ I I Hit/ll. t i'/-ii illii/li'iitlil I I AlA\ll< >ll YM O! ^m vn 0,,.;,i..., T1HH), J.:lH-l.l.7AH.:iO p.m and Continuing Daily 4 43 & 8.i0 p m PLAZA IIIKIIM.I ions Shorti %  i t-oiiiid A vt • f'hlnatnwn (hump (H'l.MM. Nl M FRIDA1 M-G-M proudly presents the funnies! one of '5l M IIOVAI. lOllAV to SIMt.W I N A 8.11 p.m. 3 SHOMS SAICRDAY %  ;<— X lg p.m. %  Fox presents HUT: I %  i-l 11I<; Trrlinieolor WI TI Its "VENGF.ANCE /ALLEY" %  ". U-KEB Sally FORREST Viliiniure. Dnitii. In its Ki: :;•,! Best hfONDAl -nd TUBSDAT I.CS & 8.15 p.m. %  Double . • CRAW ft William I UNDIGAN "PINKY" and "THE CLOCK" Judy GARLAND %  %  WA1 KI.I: OLYMPIC rODAV, s ill IDAT, si \n\\ 4.30 & h.13 p.m. ... BMii P* !" MEN'S SHIRTS 'Arrow'' White $7.10 MEN'S SHIRTS B.V.D." Grey. Tan. Blue $7.31 MEN'S SHIRTS Elite" Striped.... ___$4.03 MEN'S SHIRTS "Renown" $4.89 MEN'S PYJAMA SUITS $5.59 BOYS PYJAMA SUITS $5.72 5.23 6.08 10.63 T. It. EVANS A %\ Ell 11 l ll. US DIM. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 Spt'vial Of for STAINLESS STFF.I. COMMNF.D SINKS VN'II DKAIM BOARDS. Onh KI5.00 Each ALUMINIUM SINKS AND 1>K UN BOASDS Onh V!"."" I... I %  Sin : M v I-" i v %  TR\tY_ wi!/TAYU)R\ \\' Fathers f> J Mttle \J '_jj DhMttitfJ OPINING riaiai. Tth Seplembe of HL-DOI.l'H VALENTINO "VALENTINO" Btaning I KSR Anthony DtXTER Story nf the Komantle Idol of Fabulous Ir.' IIOAY roi)\V_l .11 ,v MS D.ni Rc\ HARRISON l i DARNILL MI . "UNFAITHFULLY YOURS" AMI BOOMTOWN ,>-, %  M V St! The quality gatal Po/i/i TECHNICOLOR faoaaj ^ajSI^" • •:: %  %  %  '!.. •,""'' %  : %  ;' '^' '. r :isg*fw 'I N PANIC IN THE STREETS :.\IIK Paul DOUGLAS Olwaip.alilo Iron "i'r ll.:rilarc ncnarlmrnl Tclpphoni' No. 21139 MONDA1 ...i rCKSDAl 4.30 & I.U p. m Thr POX I "TRADER HORN" A In*!* Thrlllrr MIEY THAT NIGHT IN RIO t %  Mi—.i HI MM IDA1 I nil WHO w 1 .i a s ) r m. Bl HI IN %  G ASLIGHT" "TONIGHT WE RAID CALAIS I



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ESTABLISHED 1895 t'KIDA^ AUIUST 24 19.11 Communists Say Allies Tried To B !" % _g? I Gift Ridiculous Murder Ked Peace {Negotiators i> Kaesong Cease-fire l Middle East Talks Suspended 5 c ^ ceBoard TOKYO, Aug. 23 I I <> Be FOI*I1HMI '|HE COMMUNIST Commander in Chief in Korea alleged on Friday that a United Nations plane bombed Kaesong with the intention of killing members of the Red truce team and said that cease fire negotiations consequently were suspended in definitely. Kim II Sung, Premier and Commander in Chief in North Korea, and General Peng Teh Huai, Chinese "volunteer" Commander in Chief made their allegation direct to General Matthew B. Ridgway, taking the new crisis over alleged neu trality violations to the highest levels. Kim and Peng told Ridgway that the alleged bombing of Kaesong could not be considered lirrhtlv iio.xoi ii ion mi skiri'i ii I.VI. r. I after months .,/ K-rt Deii ahould be I n %  Fran %  • and to extend ** 't Turing H ti> iipi i Co mm and .>f <( Brlusli uminl probably Sir Brian Rob%  i now BriUah Com. %  %  %  bat, the parncif 1 I T ir' when Arab* have caa "I < wetl itearly membership I Commonwealth court' MP with an interB t *uch U \ rnlla. Mid Baal nc%  "I the North .' Conrmunlat mtanded to folio* up mtsl in. Lia m of %  %  % %  ' %  ihm allgn; unlahmenl >f thnaa t. \ %  %  ..-. alleged bombings and lot | v i e.p,d bj ihi alrpla overall pi vour side mid tomb splint. ~. r„ T thr ithcr items of evidence which 1...,,.. ,,.,,.. • UiroUfh 'he bat a bomb had baai m, it few houra previou %  i IU no) %  ill ba lent \ uw plans will Although the OommunM broke ie %  ,, Ottawa September (i i K MUI i rmietica lalta .-.. %  %  ,•:.,.,n Coun dl %  v a" 1 '"" in M ra %  ttraoJc i i be ,. %  .. % %  ., .,. **, and a bafan 10 pile up thai 0reece IM N.AT.O No decisiTn and that Communist delegates would not attend the JJJ" A cease fire conferences "on and after vesterday." ugh! against "in Utl ill. I tlJ.ll thl'V l'X|HlV'it I'OIIII, .it! %  . The Kim [I Sunn. Paflg T gOOl Hi RldgW eUl from IVipiiiK. dateline I ..II Whilst the blood of our hero.< i.ghtcr Vao china Halanf *ho lell victim under an Illegal kill iik by aimed i< still M aide Invaded the an meeting place in the K H neutral tone al 23*30 August 22 and carried out bombing and strafing which were olmpd at the roeldonco of oui delegation." "You have mistaken our natiencc in striving for peace as n sign" of weakness. You assumed v c would not be willing to break off negotiations on account ol these adJOM therefore you wen! to the extent Ol military pairolmen of our side nnd J i>llv itiempting to murder our Helcgalmn." Prewntion The protect added "Although our dowgation was lllled with nnger it nevertheless notified your aide ot 22.3S hours to prevent an) pretext of your side of regarding TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise: 5.S* am. Sunset: .' p.m. Moon: l-wt Quarter. Lighting I'p: 7 p.m. High Tide 07 a.m. and 7.53 lw Tide: 1.53 1.20 p.m and .tit >nded i terminate I nee. The developnent included: A broadeaai 09 lha ofBdal Ho at PcipIhal the ceasefire talks had been suspended for August 23" nnd mode no reference to 2 (omplele breakdown. 2. A United Nations truce dele. gallon spokesman Bald 'bat he the the MlddliBaM no nd is poa1 rltn NATO i-, wttled. Bd Slab iiavi' avproaaed Ihematlvai toi thenInelualor Ii lha pa 1 memiwrs. but some of the amalloi NATO m l!1 'PPOroaca wlU not bt la position to ftay whether the Middle Boil Dafonci nterruption was "complete hut it 1to DCCODM i> •> ' %  K'scii could he sa> and final." nor ivbotfa %  BMooni sidered a neutral city. 3. liadio communication is still open between the Communist truce delegation in Kaesong and the United Nation delegations ailvance base at Muttsan, 15 rnile^ to the southeast, with normal half-boUlij! chocks being made Await Orders A. The chief United Nations negotiators. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy ami the rest of the Allied trUM lOOm. •'•' %  Munsai awmting further orders: and a spokesman said he knew of no plans to break up the advance baaa 5 The Allied Uawon officer met the Communist liaison ottoai at Pan Mun Jon.. iust inside the Kaesong neutral —7 hour* after the announced break—and handed him without incident, the lengthy Allied re. jection of all previous Communist • On page 7 Britons Send Food Clothing To J'ca (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. August 23. THE FIRST TELEPHONE CONTACT bttwovn Jamaica and Britain since the hurricane devastated the island earlier this weak WMM made this afternoon. Tha Qovaraur, Sir Himh Poot, ;n a five minute talk with the Finance Minister. Sir Harold Allan. In sve details met.ting "1 San Fran-.. ptcn oei I The full treat) In i\* final version ha* iK-en unHcr Cabinf ^tuil> tevtral weeks A Government spokesman Thursday said Buniia would not uarlitipnte m the ctufeicrue. Tlie spokesman aaid th? decision was arrived at after careful .examination of the ftnal text adding the Union Government felt no useful British Workers Quit Oil Fie ids U.N. Prepare For Throat By K C lllll I • %  %  < d ht itt r i .::> |li;ui Cilit'8 Ou The Alert n MKXU'O CITY. Aua The burncana wtut Kuunrton and contuv Yucatiui Paunauik, nppeu In Mexican BO ane n llaf fund io ba v.'hile rtbllei ware u U ed (mm New 7etlan aboul Wl mlMM nor... %  1 1 lb| %  %  %  lo U miles pet bOUl A WOV 0 ateppi I on a fallen %  hottly aftei . ___,._ ,_ %  %  •*** '' Sentei inamnt. I U lie Sect l Bee at the We-i Btteka Inoi.. Aaaong the Injured t 23 'till som< NEW Then are K-hind tha United States steel lorporatior fiuradi 1 the m-t: -i' an Of -si TUALttt LONDON, Aug. 23 'pHE EVACUATION of all British workers from the Iranian oil fields started on Thursday but Government here announced that it intended to hold on to the great Ahadan refinery and would use force to protect British personnel there if necessary. The evacuees numbering 226 from the fields, 42 from the crude oil port of Banndur Mashur and 132 Indian and Pakistani workers, will cross 300 miles of desert in Beets of company cars for evacuation via Abadan. The t%  tatemanl revealing it did not intend to give u|> th. • i %  i i gaol in the world and built with the capital ol ltritinh aharel tha Anglo. (..A. omi n1 aid It wa *p pared .tt any time :o reo) an lOtlaUons" despite the failure D the Mission t., Teheran headei by Cabinet Iflnletoi Rlchan Bbkej Bui tha Porelgn OA statement made it plain that I arai not opthnlau %  The Anglo Iranian 0 Ca CDennelled to with dl la pei o -lie! In m th. it hai how stunted the n... la II ol Ha par I i i %  iiiiin in Atiiidii I EIGHTH ARMY HEAD QUARTERS, Kon %  'i Nationi fortei (From Our Own Ciir^:ipouden4> -0.4i>JkVAu K 23 '|'HE DAILY EXPRESS*' reporter, James Cooper, in Jamaica, says • hat the flamboyant Bustamante summed up the hurricane-hit island's reaction to Griffiths' gift of a quarter of a million io reiiof funds iii me word "Ridiculoiu Cooper traced Busta to Kingston's Emergency Re li^f Centre, where he found him spurring on relief and pounding a table Hfl wived his arms M) vinlrntly that the Miami beach shirt with an embrazened mock coat of arnr. and cross lances in bun undy and rrenm onenod to show sigSI of a white birt fastened at the neck with the Busta trade mi rk of I white eveninc bow tie In ugh Uw The Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund %  aene <>f iiiaaaartni oi inr p.wplr id Jamaiia irom inr i II i:< srale drvoualion < .uivu uy the recent hurricane, tne "UAKHAIMIS AJDVOCATK" open* luiu> a fund !> %  Hhkh r-.iHiiln IK .!.. %  to -uh'tTlbc Contrlbulluno ran he paiil ml %  Ihe tin .i t iiinitii ii..i llmkirfcaac Managi-i* have roiiM-iited l receive Hum I in.*, -tin care to d" %  a mui" JI"I oend or Inn.. ~uli-l I. < will br BTeaaBreff and in thr "4dv. rjle nrwopjpi-r. lie five* twice who tlvr N QUlckl). bt %  I to .•>i>-. III accord* %  > orniuoni • The Pei Ian Go < %  of .< in %  undor obll %  :..d law to ii a Us safet;. and protection of ibeai 11 r n< of all i""' %  %  .1 %  <>l 11.1 I obliged lal protect them I Pei %  nt fail I roceel %  •; n the '. •^1 It was i us! hov "''•nunv ,.i the 2070 Brltoni in lm> rORCES TO PROTECT JAPAN NEEDED NEW YORK Ceni tal Dou| called foi adequate kCeuril % %  %  threat
eful it I %  %  • %  i %  %  %  i %  %  .... %  Iculatii i [| iroughi tie. halt lumblln ove %  I there % %  : %  1,000 I %  %  thai e pie ducked %  he throw hit %  %  i. hi %  M i %  %  l nf their io t, mi man H 000 belong u %  %  %  L< an ire houa nf thai tlmi vt ovei n each %  Gunlej i h a man In eharaa ol mergeni %  ae lln oad i opened Io th i. nd he n a '< %  HI -I lor wld if rilghl Kingston ilona i had B to it is 10,000 nnd the aumbi ,. ~S\*& t !" F m t(FSfotui. M.I I in II. bt rtaon tourlauj Trade entra ol the lini Commiaaionet ays he i w Ml rts of at least i I 000 Go .•w> Red ited twnl i Ol H" I I .I.II, at CD I ,000 Coramui Peku Corn nlj .i fv, i %  l %  %  %  — %  AH avallal Ir evidence tni ed I %  i win iHt oi II. i'" ervt %  ople %  %  sent 10,000 %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  hrai i lam golni Oovei irei i%  %  U i laalaj re ieration rj ..i Mad I pma -•, %  • %  i.. || %  laked m mterienc: • i oil. fled ChiiM GMobati GatfriDoa HONG Kl "•' %  %  %  i >\ jilespn .1,. iii.i ill.i | i the i>.i Korea. Quo%  i oui I oi lie ii • i forests, according to % %  ilit dlepateti "" %  '""""' %  ." I he rlocfc dul t.i'' £2,000 For Jnmaie i RRITISII 1.1 I.AN.A The BriUah Guiana i %  ,i 'i ... n lied i !• %  Ii urn hed %  %  in t-llna i rake i %  %  %  %  %  |o %  %  %  N K II SHI IV) il. %  II nlhllal i d %  The i threat n %  • 1 ,nin iti | ic thr .W then 1,000 | | ii %  at OR page T %  I 001 .'d r. . %  I \i ththh aen locallj it ptlon %  i .. %  Th I "ADVOCATE" pay for NEWS Dial 3113 Duy or Night i it ois it • i\ eti *ii" in Hi" "' i . • • — %  %  ^_ %  .... %  . ........ L. k stock nf it< pn %  i % at He also made i %  After the conversation wi'h Sir Hunh " %  ovoi and th, \* n i idia Conunlttee %  %  I 1 nenys I-owson. Lord Mayor of Vera Crui and San Luis Potnwere ^htit off. : %  %  would bare %  %  n ew ap epei ii M n Iflaaaa Australia T\ i not *i t-> pn %  cr for a natira K rr • on pare ; Sbiaei i ouid remain al Abadan Hut % %  eaaag? sen! b\ PMma UlrUj ml Attlee to iimish the Wust m eomtnttii %  ,, | would I" llli.ll At*l. %  %  ('. nrt eight shares j v o*hui.i •• Pi | | bope %  i ba h it,--. %  i %  preaenl ( • %  %  r.r %  m .„, „. Siiigapore Taken To Task LONDOl i nw HUM he-ui f.ii.rdun %  %  %  (..i.rdiin %  %  i in !• %  tnataad it hi [out % %  Time-. Mid %  •,y the Cor bi . .. Govci enl %  %  to elaeti bei : I ''-I' \ K.W.V. MEANS GOOD WINE YOI smu i.n von # soi in MIIII i Government i |. R.E.C. Hold First Public Session i p i; Economic Com%  id their Bl • session yesterday ma Hasting* Hou-tc. Thei rrtendh atmoapberc | thronahout the time that the Press was allowed to r,. lea mt an<: %  ""'' ' %  %  %  the new I ert bj giant fan* and early mornins Well mlKhl there -. itmosphere Press was there too. for the Comnot allow the Prc.s ti> 'It in at debates on the only two -unlmver-iiil Items on the Order "aner— M> Thi Delegation to the L'rited Kirgdom and Canada and ratal thrown a few bouquet* wen Led bj lion W He Oean*i dtn there Jtten bul there was no Mr K. Mc Cowan s %  W H the BriUah w>t ;• *'"v Aaaociation Delexate... to ' ll appraciation ol Mi R 1 l and acted at Saci work and agiDelegation "' : "' ITO a The committee ' %  ••'' I %  %  uh the lintAl }fc Cowan Praised Nothing hut agreeoM from membern thai should be paid and at pany d<: tarial assi-tanee , anted of the oelagatloi %  %  %  ments ... %  %  • %  I g> (Ms pagr I I Oil f.\lll\ I 41 OMI TAX P WI rts— i in DAI i %  % %  %  KIN MILLK .', nt l l I t i;t %  %  %  %  %  %  pa,ta i %  months 1 1 .i i %  II \\ I MEDICAL VND SOCIAL SKKVICEH %  C'OMPARIHON Ol I \PI Mil I I Kl II\N\I1VI Hill \ riON'AI HKOICAL IMI WCIAL -I it* U • %  %  % %  %  h \V \ HIM N \m '.nun HIM



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I'ACI mi K HAKIIADOS ADVOCATI ntlKAV. \K.IST 21. 1931 BARBADOS &# Am OGTTE *.._.__* *•; %  •--1-1 11 ul.i\ IURUM 24. IMI A 1(1 1 II I IIMl TMK l dODS "t *vmpatliy wiii: r i %  %  would be but %  tangibs tltol Barbadian111 Ihe Caribbean area will gladly Join In m 0 [ r oiu' i eneral it was fittim* that HI I I • Governor In the people of tl %  ; bv I hurricane. Any help Wld ttM quicker thai hi lp tl merit. Already the Red Q oign brai ajenctea %  : t(, the sick tn eed for clothes, and food for tl %  gain el .i tti %  ., % %  %  'fii H-irbiulov \d\ .i cots launehei %  Fund i"! 1 the Relief i the Bufferi : ind in'lie th< of this island to (oui in what must be COn %  tributiom greet imall Incee will be gratefully received and publicly acknowThe machlnerj foi the collection of auch contributions was ael i motion and the M Banks have conaantcd to receive tions From today and until the Cloai ol the Kun.i. Hon. V. C. Gate, M LC will be trs Hony. Treasurer and has also made arrangements for subscription to be recsj tv ad el the Advocate OOce Within reci ttimei Barbadiana have been id to contribute tor various cauaee to the relief of people in St Lucia end Antigua where the icale oJ devaatatlon wai lew and the losses correspondingly low. The people of Barbados have been spared for many years the ravages, cauaed by the storm and tempest and for tins tin be thankful to an Inscrutable Providence and show their thanks in tanj;il i The llgurce of estimated losses run Into millions: loss to trade and Industi ] i ••p ma inn a men %  • %  i n in ice TO pi o|rerty. Even the nunjber of human %  %  i be accurately estimated In time. But the toil of human luffa h I the ken of ordinary men and women, it cannot be measured in terms .! iterlfflj but the i bought that human lympathj is b< %  tended fi them will in assuage the yrief at their misfortune The people of this Island have always been practical in then outlook and it is to this good sense that an appeal ll I funds !< relieve Hie siek :uul BUiferlnj the destitute and the homeless people ol Jamaica ILL-TIMED THE Barbaaos Worers'Uinnn pu a notice recently that a inarch will be staged in Bridcgtown on Saturday morning in protest against the treatment of coloured people in the Union of South Ail i world ovei a ill agree that Ul-treatment of human beings la to be denounced wherever and whenevu possible. This was i %  lb) the feelu gi of the House of Assembly a few di An add M ble and quite In place by th In the matter. Jt is to be wondered, howev e r, what the proposed march can do by waj ol strength*ening t) u the force of the I %  Bul tins Is not (he only cause IQJ wonder A man .Saturday before noon will tend to dislocate busu %  %  kany pi ople w I to get thi the w< -k-end. It should have been possible to stage this march during the afternoon when people are enjoying their weekly half holiday and when more of them could join Wltl locating bui Li Fh still Sa-rtuiils. il is HIM an f MHHHI 4*IIOIII(II in% ilia .ML1 .mi. IIAW Hig HOY Ok The Riviera BLINDNESS NEED NOT MEAN IDLENESS %  i Bul III l %  %  %  %  There n ... %  he %  %  n Raa I:I Boareonu Hlll-l I'll I. MIRI'I > I 1 I anall] Han And rib B) H uuj a i. < oa u< lit.Il-rllord OseSMMl M.HC %  "'*' i n iv; prool thai bUndne %  need R Ufe of idleness and helpan American veteran i kl War II. He is Oris D. Rodders, 37, w Is gainfully employed and leads a I famil) Ufa In tl late %  >' CSted HOB known as tern perl of the United States Rodgers spent Christmas Day. 1944. with | ^mmim^S^t^St thaAlhedi m. MunofM and spent another C3S ing the "Battle of the Bulge. He put m a full :H ." wiI to rTo'i,, %  u ow wae gaittog %  -. %  |u v with the dusk, he and tWO other rifleIng on an enemy gun pOSfth Uhaa to recap arWi ion HieJ anare po aed with hand grenades, i I Ch:; | .-. B tart IvsJ o| light thlnaa *y halve* A hi ii uyi her %  . %  %  BM i ir \ Tail oul |4). a ha % %  :! %  rimllat note to ;• h.ld in ll* 1 %  %  %  %  [n the i I %  %  %  I I %  %  %  %  1 %  ndmlrc %  %  ... I |. i-itr". I %  .iiid tare snort I III \ p Tha miracle wrap with a hundred use? in Kitchen and Home HYGIENIC. GREASEPROOF. MOISTUREPROOF. F1KKPROOF. ODOURLESS For protai I tkai Off cooked and uncooked foods. tar, Quicker and more aeoaoenkal cooking. I ..re in frlgidaire and larder. Moulda to ahapa and requtrea no i>mg nor fastening %  waahUIC-Up iinii scouring lo IJie minimum. I'.I'V A HOIA. TO-DAY. ivision %  ... 1 portra %  ir Flowers To Kill rweotj Vsaea n iheir prcencv %  pref< I then darkness. ofi i ixton *.i, limited vision in one eye— ... enough, he says, to distinguish Imht from iiin .ind ito see shapes as thev move across a Oply jewellery . room or down a %  T,. a eat Re uiprtsa He a %  %  Has, and immediately starts talkn When anyone nearby reaches to flick an %  he picks up tha ash tray ind movi cat and psychological re% %  aa automatic movei nature to RodRers. Today he is WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. I; Phones: 4472 & 1687 — BKCKWITI! STORES : i %  %  high. I I) by hit I %  \\ ho now vc il BUckhoaui ad i mir ii*i doxightei %  %  % %  k rrted %  lova A* 11 tall 'ii uiej .iii i th.-ii %  ii £6Ui . hi ingi him luck, Dawaon'i I .irsi log %  Chi MkniiAJM. i happy num. Rodgers now has a job with an electric lembltng electric switches. He does work on a rivet*r machine and a foot press. He do* bench work putting . He la married and the: er ol two children. Before tha war. Rodgers had an altogeti at I .! %  i in: KVIT> da) 'if drrt tifferenl type ol ib. He was one of a crew tuni hkh win %  " yi" J ..,,_. i i %  > llriii*li lA|>orNrs* l i ros|i4M*ls In i ub.i Will I'IM-I Prewsj WorlliHliil.y % %  ll. hi n in v7l held toi Typical poatUon that Cuba hn> I s forelsn the bail fallng t men who drove new automobiles from the actorles in Detroit, great midwestern automobile manufacturing city, to retail %  Uthern cities. When he was drafted in %  | he Brat calli issued in America in 1940, n had little inkling of how the war would change hla Ufa. After his hasir training, he was sent to the Aleutian island chain just off the Alaskan where he spent 32 months. The war MIIIK'.I to be di.iwiiiu to a close in the autumn -il. when Rodgers was called back to tha United States. He felt it would be only a Bhorl t ime before tha war ended and he could return lo his home. But the Germans made OFFICE FURNITURE by SANKI.l Mil I DO'S I III MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. i %  III t. with m-NtfiK %  .. 0 f the( o lbs tw la a Maternal i nuj by Mr John McMillan, a In matnbai %  tha 13J8 Houae "i Ra""' u "" r UUonauy the I i antattvee, who daelarad; ""!„__ ln ., ,i,m..-,t,. ..tTeiwivo -nH Roriuors and ,,,!„ %  %  |ia :.. %  tha right lo '"" uw m s| ''" ...i Britain ehlei co : 111 >"-" u lowardi throttla our tradltl open the Cuban n oa tnnol com I plain d the United Bteb United i' arvea tha right to buj augar whan terentlal %  a nrm of ( omm rd .:.., adtnlu loycd the lion' ban %  otor manuractu oltad 31 b I tha moat ox Ulmporl trade, In 1049, the Cul ath Important outlet tor PI the other hand, Cuba wems to %  %  f.iii that II la Lht marioM foi i %  %  U H AJ rica i iyon od the aecond ntil then Brit I \\ Uv lame tin %  %  an 11 tton roodi md Souui ll 15.000.00 yard^ cant of her • '• xtilei The be ''•'oi about SO PT cenl od ""I'l export* In cotton e.rtf >'ni u.titi.-), ..i.%  ••.luced. aa a rwult mil [9.000,000 % %  ti. ol hei wva been of Ihe oonl n tartffa i %  II • %  '••' taken U iy be able te nap li IMII.U-IV t<> III] Ihe gii|> In ehicle* Cuba's requlreinenti aapaeuUlf W\ tan '•-' % %  ln H Britain's producing costs or? nuudm • %  "• much lower than those of the US Cuban market with bej axpoii P" imlau textile mills. poodj non thai she haa be* n tariff level ai '" Xl %  "One poinl auisl ol i* overWill ihi> rlak lotyrw easa the! II would t" Iuokc Anal % %  Uul Pact will not be for BriUln alon< bul "ill bv shared In ill : ID UM n,ch '"' I.ATT. t.,i-. ai roraua '* year. Under the G.AT.T!, a S m moilcls. vMlh luivanLicc of othc %  can KIVC the Britl i B uw lr hi %  nunpuon other mambai HJUUU' jtootwojcUi %  %  %  in the C I;..nlreii.l.v Bt l!*irael\es. Motor vahicl • one i>( :, t i I %  iSaiport group <>f BriUSh exports thnl Nut only will Britaii by llhti ll in.iv iable t* l>rv;ik int.. the ing US exp.ntcr f,„ ihuw ofi'" r l le l>U"d now the wi • volume Ihe Cuban market, therefore, but dlSerenco iho will also be llithting axportera European countries ch can offer prices %  Inga Brom "i other Hi reeling which baa aome or eveloped la the United Slates even lower than the Brittahtovali of Cv recant taruT beoauaa tha ,., ( .ther '' s %  ' '' % %  othei I I MiOO n ay help BriUi countrii oan ... export Feel thai < %  than Britain from the Cuban • it appears Cuban lexttk mjustrie* %  CM u B teal li market. Una ithlng. nip Our lt MIS iv S7 osfe, sin Having seen in I %  hire %  ih%  I %  i %  i Thr thn Poster. A %  I I %  .. %  he I thliut that th< %  t i %  p ereel i .. %  %  I %  %  i i %  %  • Qaaeegaa would be %  %  %  %  I %  i cannot ace anyone who could %  Watee polo Tean %  %  %  %  %  I IFeXhte//../I'./.M SIH I crave ymir usual \ .'lp in airing what is undoul %  time is on, and many Of the City .Ink^ u* HWMchlng %  i u-ii ly the t v ii-ii utean although hut one or two prop] let tbaj can wuj week, and in aonv %  foi ili^conlent. %  with Pav %  %  Tlltt-i ;?3B 51 thousands of oilier allied troops like him, were rushed to Uolnium to stem the onslaught. To-dag hV l| i can sit back and reflect on Ins fate With 0 kind of wry smile. "It was just our bad luck," he says. When Rodders was returned from Europe to the United States, he was sent to the U.S. 1 limitation centre for the blind at a school in Connecticut. "To become bitter s the worst thinH that con happen to you," iya Rodj <-i^ l was Irritable as could be at S me fellows never Ret over that. They think it is a disgrace tu be blind." KodRers did yet over that feeling, however. He realized, aitei ;i short time, that it was just common sense to let people know you are blunt. "When I go out walking, l take ;i cane and put on dark glasses. I know now there la nothing to be ashamed of." Rodgers wearing glasses and carrying a cane when, one day, he was introduced to a man In the village and literally stepped on his V. was "mb;n r.tssing for both of us." • recalls. Rodgers plans to ipend the rest of his life m Connecticut near his former school. "There is work there, 11 he Mys, "and they underbtand blinded pepole better here." he adds. I iiiiuse of the number of schools New England One thing that Rodgers and nearly all blinded veterans 5j do not want is sympathy. They want to be J; treated the lame ; electric company. Rodgers is making his con> iribution. His employer calls him one of the | best workers in the plant, "He never seems I; to get distracted from his work," he says. i some plans for the future too. •* il 1 has set aside one room in his attractive I house for his own private study. There he will ^' set up his Braille typewriter, install bis die-1 £ taphone machine, and thus be able to carry on 0 r •. noExcept for stumble over one ot the children's toys, his *; WALKOVER— " Brown Willow Calf Oxfords. Black Box Calf Oxfords JOHN WHITE Two Tone Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Casuals Black Box Calf Oxfords -Brown and Beige Casuals Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Black Box Calf Oxfords DA CO* I A. li CO. LID. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT | ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SNACKS JP? FOR SNACKS Canedli i Austral! ream Crucki-ri Red Choose i Cheddar Cheese HI Choddkr Cheese Australian Cheese la Tin* Danish Chee-se Dutch Edam Chees* TutKrg Beer Bv'* Ale truasjtei Traa Beer MEAT DEPT. life is as normal and happy as that most horn* due, perhaps, to his enB OOd nature and his wife's sensible ; of the problems they I ft B % %  1944. Hi I hi i imon %  SPECIALS 1 >i lin Strawberry Jam .94 I 'a tin Raspberry Jam .48 II tin Orange Jam .48 Idri* Kola Tonic $1.00 per bottle Crushed Pineapple .48 CEREALS Jl'ST ARRIVED Kellog*s Com Flakes KPIIQS'S All Bran Quaker Oils Puffed Wheat Pruff Wheat Heinz Spaghrtti & Chcrie &f .# i it its — 11/ llll l\ III I .-.-.-*



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P.\r.i: SIX I1ARI1ADOS ADVOCATT. IKIIIAV, AUGUST 24. 1M1 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON Sore Mouth LOOM Bloody Tcolh Kl-'4ln Drnn. Wm MTtrx %  Mth or |rh.| Mdina th* Itral day .* %  mat* m.utk an4 quickly Uctit.na ih. twth Itm (tan lr %  >• %  >* . %  niaho r" .ll n ....* MM i.*ih r .i lin >> I... k .-n r-turti l rtiiptr.*•" BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS f\ TOLD T*? '*l?\Kftr. %  OOTVCW BWMV AND MH) PlVC CMtt.CEN AfcTC COMI**J TO V 0 T U* -4*JD TO K-VS TWJ MOUSE "J COOED" SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW 96 IIO Tins Cooking Butter 86 8a 33 -2 1 Bottles Dow's Stout 26 20 Pkgs. Peek Freans Biscuits (2 Pkgs) /or Pkgs. Moirs Chocolates (3 Pkgs) lot Cakes Lux and Palm Olive „ „ __ . _„ .... Toilet Scaps'2 c 0 *e.;/or 36 M Bottles OKeefes Beer 26 lO D. V: SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NOW HEADY!! ADVOCATE YEAR BOOK AND WHO'S WHO si.no.,,„p„—.\nrocATE STATIONEHY CEREALS FOR BUILDING ENERGY!! I ,...'r,| Hciav-lnBkbl Oainn-.il ......i lUad.-la.lahv Itrpai Mixed CMMl WCftl rood •d Wliral f'lakf* SM dtSu*vt7?ft>ati! tti-lnai Shrrddrd Whr-t -h Kyc Crbpbrtftd fit. prr pk( KyviU Rvrbrrad 4*c. per Pk. \ M Wh...l I nsphtrjil *lc. !>*T pki. GILDER'S GLUCOSE GOLDEN SPREAD 32 ctt. a Tin II.IIMM.I i'., ,i %mm tm in 1-tll tills Smnr r rjukl urt. U.itll)*t,.Ml ..IIN park •.4UMI*>* l\ilrili.iri.. Sklnli-vi SautPW that CMkbll Party — Saudi MM of Imperial \ Irilll.i sawt| HI C'mhridKr NiilvifrI 'l.l, ,1 || .III. — |l Lib —s'.rb I la I llM. and vlu-i'il tn itrtlrr ALLEYNE ARTHUR and CO., LTD. YOUR GROCERS" — HICH STREET PHONE US — WE DELIVER


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1951 BARBADOS AllMH Ml PAGE THREE B.C. Ma; Export 36,000 I. HIS Qf Rke This ^. TU.66AM60K Bw i tar •tr.,,.i,,.( OEORGn is. British Guiana WH proximatoly 36.000 t. expert m the 19.M rising to 40,000 ton* in 1003 declared Hon John Chairman cl Board, after tours r.f t grown . Coast. West I East Co*t. Demeraia, Tha trail ..I rim tjrnr Coast." Mr. rVrti.-iid.-"U lauei than ever, both from the point dt and expected yield convinced it was the ] ever grown i A VIMI i,. tl Bb.omlii-ld-1,. i revealed Ih.it : %  formerly UM | esanpleb %  very squatland ii planted." 'to'. Pactrx-tf^pH c* VOW C**.T TO IfrLL TUtrM lO C~, r CO 0O tOL TUK '""^a Ot-KO NO* '*** il iC*.* LBfl ato 4atH *Atr w aavirt C****tO fbaAAy ^y^Nehru Like A Perdon Peels "Dead I .K. Shipbuilders IVar Italian. J ipanese Rivaln xMFHU'.w COLUM7S Pay As You Look Hi Thli b %  for InerHMd (aewttes foi ling, in lawrd sh IIAKOUI (,l AKD LONDON. Aug. 23 i and Italian competing mtctMd with BrttleJi p building industry. The latest* IVencli Wheat Price Rises C0VT FEARS TROUBLE IV HIU AKIl M, hOKK. PARIS . gf nar*ii.s^.-5s or the two %  and handling :.. terminal potato of this Amsterdam Spring l.ii id i flvei On the West Coast. Bcibin and the Ea.--: the rice areas are i the roadside and as l could see 'Esscquibo crop. Vt. bids, Rain Dunage Wakenaarn Island, B.C. GEORGETOWN B.G A 23 Report* reaching OtorgW to-day. tell %  Italy is building fiS ships of 311.333 t' ;i" • %  "f which 45. totalling gross will 1-ragd*%  B) M 1Kb IhJl year. *~, ships of %  us gross weii iin Italy, including 16 059 tons igross In l4S. HiiK NEW YORK, Pay-as-you-look TV is K> n K to Waahin inGovernment a look. And what the Government sees and decide* u ,-. hundreds of millions of dollars to Hoilvwood, the TV in•* hew drawl dustrv. the prize iigjht business, and Broadway. .t-u. TM Tree, on the family's ordlbock ie.it .it ih. lL i Ifadu-al Socialist who tiai been 'JZ. 1 ^! %  ._ WMn stTlJe* ilven unprecedented (ii or ror n price on the tvi:KV T i M | h lv .,„,.. ,,. Haven, asmed to ih. T'rL P a y-"-> ,ou lo k &; rocket at the White SUMLS E Tnnm pat quintal also tell c. bumpe, gjjj ,nu, lhe wat. of which At pre^n^ro.ramme. are paH '< A ^ UKon bre SL^S ^^^.^^^ " 'or itannl"r by advertiser, lo eel boo.1s 17 5 ,„, -JJ.^ ,..„,, ., ......,,. ,.,„ i,..,.i .,, 311 r ..,, N %  „ ,,„... %  -""T"•*"" "" "" ""uTll P S^" S ,'" ""• h "'"; 1 %  '• "'-"•" • • • %  '^"'-..,' The !!m,,h Onip-huiMln. IndusIl.dlo CorporaUor,. w.nl Go.n,1J .„ ""' ,„ j ""'" Ili:.t „ ovon m.Tser!" nt llconcw to enable ihrm lo .K, !" '' ',,',,' '" 11 !: ,. v.-lopint i„ japan „„, programmes „n pav-a,.you"''" "" ',wed thai 8 oil look ieU "' %  ."30 ton, sross ' ""I" ""' union i„ Japan. Pnramounv. aystem is 0 coin "*"""• „, ,, „ „ %  •"" %  "*'"' J ..amor. loUIUni 740 """ ZMUUI -oold a*l Hie co.1 „*• ine heisht .... INIIIR Inult for "' Ihe prog amme t.. the monthly vlk lnn was J;..IIIH ..I l.luo nUUl u„. ,„ prio t rulAlllnr telephone bill. R.C.A. Is keeping 'a hour. g lu w tlg rMnuindl Ii iu mathod of payment a sacret. Sun kills sliou prolnil.lv n.> aoiparUng ifBln r.ilh. %  I A BCnunbler would run proHKOADWW rilow i..i .. I* Ifnpartlfli ttumme. ,0 tha. watcher could g, i,.„i t),:.ti1i T'iissiii in I ruin •d But the party rfflrmed | Nehiu ^aoVtship .t lndi.i but he warned mai the Patty nust l>e In "111 ,*(Miit>t. t WaJtai n i &seqm|y R 1 v %  r mouth WedncMkiy morning sround 10.30 o'clock, whan ,i, v..i V" V p r:,' ''" mc ie J^ hic h T *Z unl — ,hc " id for u,w *** boa amo %  totalled e, 7 fl .L k 'l 1 r0dUC ""' ^ Such a system mlghi be Hollyche ,,, This has .„ %  : hslmnad ^OOMOv quintal! Of "bOUl Bntwh ship.ar.is and wood's salvation. Studios could .ince 'South P i sal : 1 I rJI T^ " "1 ' w-w-ynu-iook tk, h ow S .. ArfherpU> %  Kpeetedtol u t I 1 ..K i, s ld tn havMncd lo ,a i companies. On the other aR h „ Bun." b cloWn* Thai dlM to extremel] of Japanese hand free TV could in lime kill r.^ucei the nirvlvors to ling, Ihrough %  clause in off cinemai. and Hollywood, too. p | H>s tni( ,^ ln , 1,1 '' I"'' 1 "' '"'•fleewin of Irf-uitifull, t.i tJectedbVUw United Musk and ie.Ming vSSm It III! iiMluiL m the grounds that Japan ALL NIGHT in Kentucky's ''p; ''""' % %  % %  • i-;...:.;.,, I,, tl in.i,. TlM M rant go One building BO leet %  : %  on Ihe B fourteen brick pilhns ed at the base, while were Uplifted. The District ited the scerw No Mrloug mm.v T ; i-e|Krt.' %  %  doubted Turkey'. an out ol conn leti Sll< '' %  %  i %  coit^n.mix' tormula, while ntiypt was not willing b budfi v. H %  he claims here is sovereign rlgM Pbllowlng aelln on Thuraday lupp Nations Injuni tioi i to lifi Uv %  i Egyptian Foreit Din conn Chai ked the Turk) to .-...v.. tobi Ooven %  %  t this total will E fofouint dl*.ippolntmer.i 11 T ol Pearl Harbour as a serious blow to 1 1M1, P.P. r-l;it'uii''.--I\r. the i %  r* S.IM. that in ex II rgument was and flddles—7.000 mother and '' '"I ..I on ,ouId sweotheaits, g^andfatheia and STIFF with honour, v the supply of children—songs, and hvnuis alike of Went l\iirt. Amen. ..iid other raw -s>h a ii we gather at the river?" hunt, must bt %  ,oll lB When dawn came, kouaawlvag sunerlnteladanl %  ,"„.„,_. n ,. ic ,rt hue cakes, barbecued beef cadets caught cheating 1 i> y.p, „ nd ^ rk smoked hams, potato must leave, despite uUdlng '(uarters aid. plM< und ttppte ^y on ublefc parontr prataati BVldent that p | d prid ty tnd foi W0 vnrds W Hieon.n nip-building prorixr i nf9IK Ba t tl .red for tho Utnm Th.Waal Point | .I:K fmaneed lareeseventh onnual hill-billy song sliow* a dulurbmg wiilingi.eiw ty ,, lv from the Unded States, and fcillvj i t ,, -d a aunrise breakfast, ymmg Americans to do no) What (| k ;,' .. I ..nl.im.ng Japan', annual yoo obligated youraaU I v ife "i U lif Argentine Pi lo Pup.Plus XII, Sau ike El PiaaMani ol the Nlahi Nlhon H.-cki K.MM WV t .tap.ii, Spi i Ding Milli. left i Alrwayi plane from n u i port at a pm todsg tor Buani Aln %  Endo will atop ai Honolulu ai d iioue\i %  |i ihal arrive at Buena iin on Augusi PI.IIHI ,,iii have .< nnall axporl ^i Both %  N i roj In hei^nt i .itiiiol in eonsiden'ii a pi-n" one UgftOtta thelL Bottl SN gifts r>f pita unfavourabb ha\.-fl.r DETTOL THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC PAIN CAN BE CONQUERED! >" >CI excellent yur for fanner-. Pn %  • mptlng u trim the nt ihe tii<( Hour, i naura ha i ten introduced ovei the whea ; ;. %  PH ' %  I I" -I'-.i you obligated youisi-lf to to Bbo.uOO tons grow. Gangsters are out what you can get away wiwi d that the latest authentic TM* rHtlMni us-ff hlih Mlhtarv oiTJcen an tlon fndi • i that during !" k ZBrffaEtiJtt ***** *a oeu> groui ,,. of th.s year, at least f.O S^^"S^'SrSmSPTlnl "S5 "' •" *• "t^ 1 %  '* kir^^rfiC 1 :,,,rmpu r ^ofiff^SaS2£ H,! 1 nvSf haSf-he oe-ye.r%  * %  -head llh tht .mfulfllllnt wraian orders ^ sllVcr h;llrcd .. b:lUot dodBri %  DOLLAR FARMS. Brll iv cheap prices and %  .i i v delivery. Learn To Re Your Own Make-l p Artist —And Double Your Heauty Instantly! Attend the world famous llii\ Fail or Hollywood lrl School iif Make-Up ^A V -. Mux Fs'tor Hollrhood j£\ • %  Ma Paste. MakeUp Steals %  • 'n:itrd time only to conesnibea I an-rr qoeulons I -t*onsl mslw>-Bj •JeUeSM and teath ra ** •ealen iK<-*m, B.i*mvr.aterfectkfi '" aialteeg iht •>•• %  mint of Hollrou. IseaESJl scn-rn Mars. No chugs M tateaaatiea. PUa to aiicad aasr. Vse ad SIM m pcraoaal .omplciion uaiyta -aJ Laler Hanacny MakeUp teail • %  ** % %  %  MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD AM SUIOOL OF MAKE-VP His rivals hated the 58-ycaiold. silver-haired "bullet dodger so much that there was a 10,000manufacturers D dollar reward in underworld founeiv 0001 ll (ircles fo the man who rubbed thei, Ame icin him out American The postman rang only once at %  obalt "> then L hU luxurv Dallas home and unIl rieeded for Steel ll **i"iiiKlv kn :nww unknown orden So import. claim the rewad. 38,436 l.i.tlsh radio Noble went to the door box to months—ight Umc collect his mall. Instead, he they bought from the who! released a boob> trap bomb ihe year before planted in a parcel which tho The alarms i Ai postman had put In the box. have gone lo Waahintloi I P nave .. Jl-J VOttM iieiiiirr.i to Bvei turn in. Oovernmanl ..mi it wa lOUl tfUl thai LbM uppoi lei i oi hlghei pi i %  %  v\ lit the I on. i i,.i oppositleri i would be abla lo mustei thai mucl strength .at 3.H" Peron being will ..-. an e| I thank* for tin glfl the Virgin Mar) .sent in Nagasaki aarllei year Endj Argj rat with indue. i iei arnl trial leadei n ird-uig th in.a | %  .._>*" area* -"" %  '*—> % %  i I. tea Ulas. Aftei Drasll and Hi Vorl 11 ied '" lUrdpe rl i %  will visit in,Vatican I cruel fix ti "i i pi i %  \ | %  ike Uu for delivery Ii %  i is being C II %  II n arlth lh r thnl prle il In Hoilvwooti. gangters Tony for Brancato and Tony Tromblira lint Washington were shot dead by a man In the keep our friends Dies Suddenly Th ophil i I %  %  > .1 who ws adit ijt) pm on August :'i i the wa 'i I ien %  : % %  H %  i uddenlj ,\. %  |;<>-.| if.iitl; in %  %  ike. t %  -inOei I Hospital Mortuary the sarm Trcejwlerred To U.S. %  %  %  ordei Ion. it could iwt be learned nt.m$ QUININt at MS IOURTH ingrsdiani! Th# Quinine I been toenufl'i'lp bd Acetrleallerlit *< reliet Itoi" ail oi them ./ com little Vou can buy it In i two-nvblec ivelope enough 10 bring quick relief m a bout of pain Or in a handy lO-Ublst ho. Or in a SO tablet bottl* (for IS) ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAW GET AN AC IN' TOD Art mmmmm'WAWI MARK YOUR 'BRITISH CARRIER ^^-rZ THI VASTIST SUVsCI TO 1 fUftOPI. • TOU 1AVI MONEY TOO ON IVMT LlTTIk. ,*p~ >'ASK BRITISH WIST INDIAN AIRWAYS FOR AIRMAIL STICKERS. i \ | -\ %  i l l %  I ihage. Poison-Pen Writers Hound Truman iid be effective, i i i %  %  %  Burke*a impending Iransfi i : 0l N.I\,I %  %  I • ..il,.. %  Wi UW


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mu>\\ Mi.i-i JI. itsi I! tftBADOS \l>\..( Ml PACI FIVE R.E.C. HOLD FIRST PUBLIC SESSION Fiftli Oils And Pals Report Considered SIVVMMI tl MM IIIOM \\ • in.m ran i %  %  U 11 • h I NCHVfd The < %  ake UM V*Br. %  %  %  V.C.W.I. Finances V contain %  Tory M.l\ Off To \\ esl Iiuiie.s %  i %  %  %  %  %  the held in Jan nsulu%  %  B i y53. %  in' matting thai %  '. %  %  >r t e W< %  omc buildings had ON I %  LONDON Mr Bernard BraiM.P for the Billeri'13 Divi Ion ol E %  %  %  i I %  v tea damage Ml Hi... %  : %  -" %  Mleither lilt* and sbOUl acquaint himself with the p and dominion* His a lime service when he was oil „ /if / %  .,,,,./,,„,. batten enabled him to attain on o* %  ppoini" %  kins lu u le eof n he fl South Ei il Ara Now hi oboul to undertake a visit la %  ""' "'" J '• "'""'"" > 0nD fSSS the British Caribbean and to m listen to thi' views c| loca when il v... n>people on such item Anirin.1',,1, ,„ „„•. deteasHon T II bout thu ... dud. and win decide hti programme for the remain • this meeting Five Weeks Sla> •A | Marchioness ,. -II S IKI..II • \ i !... %  t working > rllll> lli in., hi nil % %  >i nil r* %  etheahf with IBM %  .: | in PM %  nl, ) %  M Jy tM.fii ..u yean ftp* Mi ma ja •pice hi i.iih... i., i MM rrtgo UHl IniiWI iVna wtu in... o I.. Valet* la >*H-tr iiif* m ttvfcag M i imitirol i limn |UM D **t.l liiiliuif bar. fJu "til Ilir.i be (lir r >nn.nt athat .i--''l U i oaell pal i ftp irniKMii heststa %  in *i imi aharaa la •> big Braes In. timr. Mi mUboa ii.--i.iBin i>i teas' 'it world trip H %  > *lir likt% |H"IM-<— in tier nil. i ii ,ii, i nil* I il he* tin. \ iiv Saptiiit Gk>dddrd Gets flJUL Inaignifl ANIMATED OPINIONS his beeauaa ha felt in such term on future OCCS—tons all Governments ihould benotified. %  %  tor and others left in Lgl Han C. A. Btaubrun ISt. %  %  As regardthe matter ol I-MMMI-S -i the jal cgaM a n r;ovrnme-M hid arreed to d-i -ti l.\ |i.ivnii'(> mitslde their i-oiilrlhiillitlM to the BeBli.ii.-l fl alWIIIllll t'ommitlee fhf lv emtive Committee f thihod If possible Mr. llnitin' WantJ to Visit all which will %  %  But if b. visit all A. H coni % %  lad, BrtUi Guiana .. Onlj cne Mr. Bi to belna bun b n the ftvt %  '.< ki thai ho h .... %  . and thi* would bun,; %  lion will In-" Mr. Braine told me thta weal atvara] n lo the advantage of the 1 : Part) I go I dii ountry tl < • year an II irttva <"< bcr of reasons why it iniglit be '"'". the! better, from their point if VfeW, lL jo try and wait until Baa ai money wt-uld hav I ingo Pen*, n-inliMen known hy eeryT>ody. hanow t dal Valid, siandev o( Huuii and Ui owner ol a (ortiuie cMimated at N uiilliou paw | i '' No. Of VenezuelaD Tourists To li'clos 19.51 Highesl Ever int Con %  II h. \|..-ll-iIi.m'il he met from th* ftind arei 'i-'w M mi 25'Pine lor V>Miillt. K'-.IIIM:. Hi w r ii.. .11 Ml i a \ i Hi ,. M %  ass Mr. Las Klnr •V'lr IWN RIM.ION IT lu IM, Tilt SUtJIlN! 11:1 .Tl" Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection WAITERS' Mia TOFFEC LTD. P*IM" WORM LONDON W J \ I U S IIIP M I \ I Ol Mil I'OIMIAII lien. W .1 H..atR.-\.-r iBr.li I via RW.I.A I 'd," 1 "' : J" %  • and ma rrench Unora. possibly even later. But i: come duiiiiK tnt Ughl l| then I shall hava to curtail my trip to thi hack as quickly at p" the < Pajdj Waal Indian < Mr Iti.iiiii' hi.:,ten -ted himseil i and during recent niontt I i. Publli I'V I',, i ... new r.Jnoi i guidi It apai i-ii < II II Ii Mr Vernon Knight said.. "It little of the ( r allocation for 1951. £" Mtlmablo help to the ^ Hastingib'.tci. Royal Hotel HURRICANE PRACTICE .. %  lief wirett %  i %  v ...... betwa UJO p.m. The u-a-rt -III l.! 4 •! %  met, it the) bad tpent but I i i I:. -T~ IL nainns ntin-i. m}.ii imifi .. l ,,y( u |, % %  i aach Club and Bands '," %  "'1 fill u ,. ( ,:,A*-lt t %  %  %  -i.mi | uTtei I 'ii in .,,.... i i • ,., i %  %  lamsged t %  %  all ailed the Committee h) DB* toll >' % %  ,„, |, lundCIStOOd that th' %  %  ... ruther than take the money from ]il 1) llt h )t( (llli rrUnentS. Apart from these ll.eir ..re ntipeakln n,y own colt ny Aben we ueen in this country, expended by tin lie .conversant with such probi think wl thai of i ei popufaUt n e to bi % %  having nnd the • tfl who Industry and is hoping if speak Spsnish. Thli It ol hm furiher Information ftt" lot > ftt i %  .,< Uw ildj •sled I'.n ttculai % %  % %  he Intai in hear in West ln.l %  tlon to the Mguing ot the Anglo-intent. He wants to lb %  much as pi ssibie about this in order that he may be fully "i.nefe.1" to ~k QW the nexl assion of P and U) follow and land! the v..%  moves which %  made in the matter. Mr. Braine who is :t: years of ,.,..,. I m % %  .i | %  the Junior Imperil 1> %  .. %  < D -i S|>.ini.. ,„ r i. |4g owi i d and drlvi [,. %  _. % % %  .'. x %  latt! .,.,.., .• .J ""''"'" yw • %  %  "• |rt For tourist visitors to thi .... % % % %  l %  1 i .i %  of th< sd %  li i • a • get their driving printed, in both Tw. % n I I I •> u.k.t. %  %  i.iii thi %  re id] belnj i i igai ... %  ...11.. lh road | oppot i man) ticket I %  v.I. i.tav | i • is r llllU "in the < WILSON HATS a complete range of sizes in all the best shades Bweseateks i .... ants. The on m July il lli-.n \ Bool il felt that it woul T |„. VanecueJ in U B i ...... M %  %  ,. back 14 i an a Another plane expecte i to return with li< AGRICULTURAL ADVISER IIS WUCATIOIS TRINIDAD Of our rundl SO thai this tromen%  %  %  Hon A. Qei i t hi y" from which ;| s|llll ,. || %  .„„„„„! |, ,, the West Indies -. had all had the evoe, K->kui „, f ,.. aj %  LOOK VDUR IIAIllUSOVS- !" i * C. Hotel f"i A %  1 i that when D< tablUhmi i %  '.mi,, will provldt agricultui •. %  : %  t-ir tppJ l pre" ing the war he sflUstad In tha ,..... %  North StalTordshire Reg. 1 : .'...' % %  % %  'I %  ,i Llautenant Colonel. He hav made frequent contributions to the British natters afleeting the Colonial Empire u month wrote an article for 01 ... i %  ..... tral months. .'. %  i %  %  U I Wore Say: More Expenditure Dally >Ull in whjcb be British (".overnmeiU to West Indies a new deal. .it-hT^Vn" !" ,;; •;;.; c r.e % %  :.;; %  '^'^•.i,. Knlgtil Mi and airs. Vernon Knight been dob I m "' v. i %  ^ %  J pk) i lir Wk tat medium Wdwoen the elerk; use :.re aoina to .pend publk monej _____?!g_ c _; t ,'; er 5X2: INSIST ON Britons Send Fooil Clothing To JVa a> Prasa %  air i Fund to be established bj I Mayors ai IN and towns throughout oreei Britain. ,, Tlw< Fund would almost c-ertamly have boon luuni I %  had the l.-rd Mayor b'< ,. utry B il ki bU si %  was no one who could give ln< approvsL It hi hoped : Will IK rrorn Hew J* %  • I'lie peoi i njptt indies | i,| in face the fart that if thev %  Hie general sclienie t dings, tha %  spllea tha. ition. 1 i j IDTIIC time amouring for ted Kingdom, to that %  %  .. %  %  I foe! SSS piiBy of thi '*• I so m that thli Lieaaul i British H orker* Quit OU Fields n III\ \ CHOWS THEY ARE THE BEST i pa l 1 ho, it %  %  mat ttv I %  petal %  i bi Ind %  %  -' 'could be us> mtry. With hi I H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents rrS,c, uch 7. 5im..,h. m lh, re^cn slated by Mr. H..t '. !" theirwllUnaneiston • ,ld _^ '"' ""'^L, £2T1 their uillmpic. to raise I .„ !" t %  11...1.1.. .^%  beaeS to J" shaad. f' !" i *""">" A 5am ,.•.. %  r I think the pen:-' who v.ll Indies will sppri sir ih.t h. hnen-rtnnc. I thiiUi > Juhn MuEKim. lornicr Oovemor or should support the recommend.. I n TICS l,on ' l-'omrnl'tee Brljadler Daley> r.l olJcre.1 to roiun, u. 1, LU ^£K, FLOUR COME If he Is no I • %  %  %  lrl aasd Supplies of lumber, flou eornmeal l .Ikr reniadatM^UM <' %  %  %  %  ".' %  I -Ikr n>rnad.tt. H ,j| '\ rr p GARB'S TABLE H I CAHK'S CHEKSR CBISI i %  I" SALTED AI %  SALTED PEANI rs NECTAR TEA KARDOM %  baseline HAIR TONIC 13 STAXSFELB. SCOTT IO. LTD. 1 OR VOm TAW #8 l„t.. (mi.... 1.ifcl* Ik WlJla ("""" Wa Napkins uide 2T' S<|iiare. Eack I* -I '"• r Yard tt-ll l BqaaTO %  * ''" ... T 11 1 .1 (..Ini.r.il Border Dan k ill.. I'.ii..;.\k Tnhle ( Intl.. I Inll.v X "" I '' '' -' %  J Sciimre. I ... 11 -:"X I* 1 -' 1. •'-' I Mltl ( il....r Damask Clottu X M" Back -.1; tl Square Rack B.11 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd 10. II, 12 & 13 Broad Street -^