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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados

Communism Blamed

For Oil Break-down



ESTABLISHED 1895



Stokes Baek In

(By ARTHUR GAVISHON)
LONDON, Aug. 24.

RICHARD STOKES, Britain’s chief negotiator,

blamed “Marxist-Leninist’’ theories, formu-
lated behind the scenes by the Iranian leaders, for
the breakdown of the crucial oil talks in Teheran.
He said, however, that with good will on both sides
there was no reason why a solution could not even
tually be found, although Britain would await
Iranian guarantees of acceptable working condi-

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SATURDAY,



AUGUST 25, i951
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London

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Hurricane |
Blows Itself

Out: 192 Dead

CARDENAS, Mexico, Aug. 24
The flood caused by the hurri-
cane left 37 persons dead and
missing in this small railroad
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tions for British employees before re-opening any | Mayor Jose Garcia Ramos said the wreen® aa ca, | Mente
ies o children an very fi ll B hf respect : * eeu
__ talks. old people” already had been re- iL ing ac in hequire t he
_ Stokes flew into London, as| covered, ! he Times captior Mr.
ritain called on her lawyers to] He expressed little hope for 14 EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUART etter, “Lettin ( c
a Ss e ject: toke over the dispute which her} missing ERS KOREA, Aug. 24
V iplomats have failed to solve} Known dead here brought the Sout Korean fores battled i} J
The legal experts prepared to toll exacted by the hurricane tcl jesperatel to recaptu ’ i
i peal to the International Court] 192 in a five days drive through the One of the irst pictures to reach Barbados shows to what extent buildings were smashed hy the lis from which they | ‘ Y fhe Facts
a rea ct Justice jn The Hague for a]Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mex- hurricane which hit Jamaica a week ago. Most of this residence, situated in the Mountain View ania; a olaleds rar Lou
“definitive judgment.” ico and into Mexico. .et.on of Bast Kingston and St. Andrew, was broken and scattered "Othe 3 p tacks ¢ ing t nigt ‘til '
The ,100 foot long earthen dam (Other Pictures on Page Far the thwest United] *Us Anh en
By HELEN FISHER s Fring Minister Clement Attlee|soaked by heavy hurricane rains 7 Nations jet fighter b« mbers caught} ‘at until tha ve
BELGRADE, August “ j beard a first hand report from] collapsed yesterday; also a 20-foot Ty, f > Cammuniate t ta fey o jaranteed uy eve

Yugoslavia announced on Fri-| sa uinet Minister Richard Stokes, wall : yf I olic hs Ke ep Out phe: icros the Chonct vel ommonwealt igar
day night that she will not at- —e Lord Privy Seal, of the break-] The hurricane which had cut 4 - aon n daylight narks that it appears to be a li
tend the Japanese peace treaty} own of the Iran oil talks, then|the port of Tampico off from out- oT ‘A NI Butlerites Kk rom U7 cleiie® data gae chown sack thes the os
conference in San Francisco, The} called a meeting ai No. 10 Down-|side the world for 23 hours blew ra l 4 . cyed at least 100 Communi as found it neet
Government announcement was|ing Street to face possibly grave|itself out against the Sierra Madre G , i -a | vehicles, 28 barges and stack uban sugar, often in ex
carried by the official news] consequences. mountains. Garcia Ramos said THE EFFECT of the hurricane damage on the economy! overnmen! Ouse olien .carbeth batle 00.000 tor tipulated
agency ‘“Tanjug”. : i ek }some of the flood victims were CE {CT o ; ‘ : yas cadet ae eae E resent agreement, in order

“Tanjug” said that the draft} Stokes flew in from Teheran and|drowned when the water cascaded of Jamaica is going to be very serious, Hon. D. B, Sangster From Our Own Correspondent), vs ng oul ARS yen fi caplanent: Yeu: cameesin
treaty does not contain any pro-| drove straight to Attlee’s country|into their flimsy huts while they ; , PORT-OF-SPAIN, aug it a} Gawn against North ;

ew hi ; , home at Chequers a visions which concern Yugosle- iome at Chequers. At the airport'!were sleeping Muar c B : he Com
via’s “significant interest’ ar kes told newsmen that he had] Others were knocked flat by the Mr. Sangster who is attending the Re gions al Economic] of whom had taken pare in Mon ptured hills o ‘ ‘ om the Comamot ,
which could not be settled di- been ore nee " campaign on “ the onrushing flood and Cotsitithee at Hastings Hou e, was held up in Jamaica on] day i a to 9 . ay wee nd ¢ ae fi ae aly 2m a ae ae map
rectly with Japan, —U.P. [of hatred, whipped up by Iranian | drowned. : account of the hurricane 4d was unable to attend the|®" Fernando, marched to Gove} icurs earl See a ke tional a eskiniie :

fanatics for 18 months, and had Refugees were taken with what : ,jermment House from Woodtor re on “blo ricdue ( ernatio igreeme t
been trying to deal with men who/| Possessions they had salvaged into Executive Committee meetifg of the R.E.C. of which he Square around = six o'clock of wing to the hea ca ble t ecut
Ex ress Trains pnvisiones nationalising the oil|the Sierra Madre mountains — to is alsc a member. He arrived here on Tuesday Tuesday afternoon but. failed to| dicted on Reds by South Kore it
p | elds on the pattern of Lenin and| Wait until the high water recedes. } —_-——- -- — get into the grounds despite (Wc}in their original capture of 3 5
i any ¢ ” a aa ee eee é é ~ Sf encire ients the Queen heights earlier this week Mr. ¢ rv
° Marx without any ractical ex- No Water “Our banana and cocoanut crop encil lemen of 4 eights earlier i :
Crash ; 8 Killed |r rience. si | Rail lines running across the | Ad J oere wan badly nee he Seg a ah eatin heron he rhe ridge lies north of Yar rence to th a rat
: dam were washed away _ halting} | vocate Jamaica saic “Ninety per cent of our]‘O force > ay OuEgh: 3 ght miles above the 38 1 \nglo-Cuban dea ut Le ‘
METZ, France, Aug. 24 il Order Refused train service between Tampico] | R lief Fund ban’ na crop has gone and about] helmeted policemen armed for + the eastern end of WV igorously selzes upon tl Sper
Two express trains crashed jand San Luis Potosi. There were | ele un ' 50 per cent, of our cocoanut crop a ) sail Paap ss eservols Communist ancl t. He say Developi th
m ili aj Ts . ile B ‘rites fi uO the wi lt nt 0 4 , . i rv i ymaica h bee
near here Joh ne se Gerciaix Iran refused to accept an or-|0ther washouts in foothills but | "THE “Advocate” fund for| | This damage will greatly retard eile aah - ois ei while their | B¢ first assault at 9.30 pam. Thur ar industry in Je vaiea
and injuring 40. others. Bete {| der from the Court seven weeks authorities said working crews the relief of the Jamaica our progress, We had just begun] Apo Gorvant. the Hon. T. U. B.| #Y and drove uth Kore ealt a ‘ and
Oe Eee eee tee Aguaterdam{2s0 that production shduld:con-pwere sttempting..to. restogs: (he, |. eadtecane opened yesterday, |to turn the corner economically. Buticy drove in his car in front,| {em the erest an hour anc a hall cult to see what we shall gai
> ardat eer " ° B ove 1 this i t 0 eturr sir ( } «
into the rear of the Amsterc am | tinue while the two countries tried | line. : | cain tig Radin A We were looking forward to eee ee Fira eatin sechans tater: 1 I st ly hoy
Basel express which. had jumped A relief tr ag d at) an e Barbados Advocate haracterised the 40-mile proces / + | Casino pnt alll h ali :
rs ay few minutes earlier.!t@ agree on the methods of na-|_ rs _ Potosi ae AHA ay te , has contributed $150.00 bright future with the develop-] jon from San Fernando — t Reds Take Hill Sn a ata Sur
ther aid ihe last. car of the| tonalising the milliard dollar An- rica me SR ah aaicemtnko oite | According to cable advices ment of our tourist industry. our] port-of-Spain in protest again North Koreans struck at a s¢ Bg oe A aed
é i as a ae ne hae aye . a : § : I t a het ate td ren et of
Amsterdam express was “literally eee oil iene ic aon medical supplies, doctors and from Jamaica yesterday agricultural industry and other] :he Government and the handling nd hill at 10.30 p.m, and too! @ damae by Sea f a yall
torn to pieces.” : tt ten rae High nieigs Rene ata nurses as soon as word arrives it eT the 2 ee major industries f the _ermeprnsion question” by] the sumit within an hour, Farther djustment in tobaceo du
ave ; ays ¢ he P ae . ic j Governmen deter » r )

Eleven U.S soldi s and the able difference between practice }¢an get through to the stricken | j ie m Two of the hardest hit areas| “woes | (eluate aul thse daiviah it a determined North Korean Dealing with his ow il
wife of one servicemen were|ory eons in the application of |town. \ out parishes reach Kingston. Sere Kingstan aud Mforent Bayi ares the Woodford Squa cunter-attack at 9 p.m. knocked] jo ho afters no Mis
among the injured, The men sta- eit akan applice Tampico is still without water | } Organisations set up for re- w 4 “ igs fo! 2% im fae vi Port-of-Spain, a tremend ™S} South Koreans from a dominating LAKE ened ates
tioned in Europe were en ioute) Py supply for 90,000 residents. Robert) | lief are trying to keep pace i 7 aren ee angst. | crowd shouted and cheered Mr | he ight west of Kansong east coast it during the in th
to Paris. The Army quick'y a Stokes said that the main ob-|Prescott chief of the United Press | | with the demand but outside It will take a considerable timc] Butler when he jevelled harsh | tony, ra ey ’
ranged to evacuate Argerecan in-j|ctacle to breaking the deadlock |Mexico City Bureau and the ae } — + ar arcs wo as Pies en to be replaces. a cyiticisms at the Government of Govsivnimiite: nies iSnenee 4 oat e peric . eee wen +
jured by air to a milttary hcs-| was how to handle the British|wire service correspondent in no e ynele sa ee ody ye now; at exactly is| the Colony. mes acelin th of. Kamaone |." rch ‘ood firml ‘

P pital era, staff ‘at Abadan, the world’s larg-{Tampico during the hurricane said tions are the value of the Garhage done”) “He annotincéd the Hon. Aubrey Re promt hit Kumsony by Settle and ensured ner the bull
—UP. |ost refinery. Britain wants work-|those who had not caught rain- HAVE YOU ONTRIBUT- He was glad to say that there|] James who later pledged to stand} oii f their precise at a price _
ing conditions guaranteed by the|water in their washtubs, were ED YET? had been no panic. ‘The people|by him even if he was alone tian ty teas us Shoot ee hat o ae ne world
‘ British management. Iran insists|drinking beer and soda water, Carry or send your con- faced up to the situation in good| fhree minutes after he had eee Stars disrupted a Communist narket, He also ac x at durin
TO-DAY S WEATHER that the British oil staff be di- —UP a __ iM ek spirit, and whoever could help ered mare Paid s ar ceetes ane tempt to ferry supplies acros | een se x ae y of 10
RT y res sible to the projected or le Advocate lee. In} jin any way did so most yolun-| “r. Butler nem a ee awn ons River swollen ne yn aid to foreign pro ul
CHA | rectly responsi! fA 4 | cas f th h ~ ° va k ed him while the crowd n ’ ie t} ‘ t
7 vas a National Iranian Oil. Company mY . ° ase 0} ose who send tarily “We had our warning 1 tone ae ‘ typho
et eer ace |The British negotiating mission ationalists Bomb waney oF shogun 8 sealed but I do not think anybody could | shout ach hen u in aj | ; hin Ry
. wert. Aer. . |; proposed the appointment of a ‘ - envelopes, e name have realise > effent « prova thle ‘ i ‘
Moon: New Moon Septem- \ British cuieea Deacons in eee Port O Swatow JAMAICA RELIEF FUND! oye re Aline d oe the eff at of the Liquidation
ber 1. | ( should be cleari iad ; hurricane would have been so ter- Blaming the British G
Lighting Up: 7 p.m jef all oil production operations, th tsid arly marked on rible. The Red Cross had beer > fant ant
ue i. ~ : . » : . me . ie te lear Pea ag) Gia Sl iti( (SMC llUIC QUlUm lll ll, UC or enterir nt ‘
High Tide: 10.14 a.m. and || Put respons mb Uae pees HONG KONG, Aug. 24. eee organised and provision was made ic wav. i % ions w ithout even « ne th
9.19 p.m. eee cee ce eee wees _ Unconfirmed re vorts said ae — nnn | fOr chelter in schools, churches slonies wre’ tousl } }
Low Tide: 3.34 a.m. and 1.42 liected this but offered ng counter St ppp aadn Tee tbbak Ohana es eee forge oy ,) that “the liquidation of the Brit
‘ : ‘ ‘er{/two air raids in three days if Ber heendeea ahaa and on ‘ ™ : .
Pat proposal. the Chinese-Corenunist port of Big Che ues cautionary measures were taken I eace ‘a 4 &% @ On pace 7
—U.P. Swatow, in defiance of the request ‘The first half hour of the hur- ‘or 4 - , *
that they do not attack the Chin- F J rican dh ; 4 |
A e was the worst part of it TOKYO. Auvust 24 i
ace . . fg rer 7 f sust Y4
; re ese maintand. our planes were] MOE JAMAICA [hi had'ine seventy ot his peri RELIABLE SOURCES sald Generel Ridey | The “ADVOCATE”
; ra . f J if ae ity kept up, nothing would have beer RELIABLE 5 HCE aid Ge é vic ‘
4 tack on Tuesday. aire 3 (From Our Own Correspondent) fett - Kingston.” 9 ‘obably will send the Communi pays for NEWS |
a3 Reports from Red China said LONDON, Aug. 24. } o ingston. the next 48 hours probably will & ‘ hr id 3
that the planes scored several Money and supplies for Jamai- aro gent BA pe Ppeavgist formal offer to resume armistice talks, Bu ures ey ( Dial 3113
direct hits on waterfront ware-| ca's Hurricane Relief Fund con-| oy, ones er Said that he wa the message will reject the Communist protest against th D .
: _ 2 houses, destroying a large quan-|tinueg to come in to-da Atte; (caught out in the hurricane bul 8 bing” of the conference city of Kaesong—prete on ay or Night
4 it ane I as tity of goods and raw materials yesterday's £5,000 f Wats 4 managed to get back to his home yoMbInNgG ' ‘ i‘
One report said that 400 persons}; ys , rom ‘fate and \44 Kingston, which the Reds have suspended talks
; i: were killed or wounded in the oe and £1,000 from Caroni, The hurricane started on the The Supreme U.N, Commander
By GLEN STACKHOUSE raid. In an attack on Sunday sev- urther sums amounting to oyer | iday and by Saturday morning| received the formal Communist
DECOTO. California, Aug. 24. en Nationalist planes were said Mee were eeetar a to-day about 9.30 o'clock all lights went| Protest through liaison channels
1 TTTN r Tos is herria 10 paar. to have attacked Communist ship- nese include 600 paid into 7 : 2 n Korea this afternoon
A TRANSCONTINENTAL United Airlines D.C. 6 B. ping in Swatow harbour on the} Barclays Banks by individuals, @ On page 7 General Kim Ul Sung North |
airliner crashed in a burst of flames into a hilltop near here} southeast China coast opposite} 2,000 guineas from Booker Bro- ls Friday killing all 50 persons aboard, including several | Formosa. “eS thers and £1,000 from the Royal in Chief, and General Peng eh
: . 7 7 — 5 ry . , . ai .! 2 f une
‘ drei P. Mail Company. Further big » uai ommander 0 a
children. See wre ce ee ey tel net wet| Pakistan Does Not Jtcrces in Korea charged that a
The huge airliner was letting down through a heavy The Widers and ¥yiles report i : United Nations plane | ed

overcast for landing at Oakland airport 20 miles to - $50 000 Party that further cases of ;tinned Care For Indian Kaesong neutral eon Wee ies

north when it missed clearing an 800 foot hill by only wus A ioodstuffs have been promised by . 7 na Sees @ delegation”

feet. The plane was carrying 44 passengers and a crew a VENICE, Aug 24 2firm in Manchester and that the Muslims ;

sfx on a flight that had left Boston, Massachusetts, Thurs-| Spanish millionaire Carlos De wellected tse” ela plan. WASHINGTON, A aset Mall t Kae ie ting

y nig Beisteguy is planning a $50,00U ollected three bales of bi an- ON, Aug. 24 ease ire talks at K x ong De nding
- i uri I have just recently returned| Party for 100 guests to “house- kets which will be shipped in] A Muslim member of the]a “satisfactory reply” but added
(from: nine” months covering the] warm” his $1,000,000 palace. the Ariguani on Monday, indian Parliament said in a lctte. oe af our hope Ba al vice ne~
, i vee (7 7 ae. haves It is said his invited guests in-] A Working Committee of which|publisheq here on Friday tha. | s0Uallons proceed smoot anc
> ® § c . 3 B > ) ‘ . : < easc wD \ 1
Stalin Live S3 W ar | Korea Sf eath and violence but cluded the Duke and Duchess of }Sir John Huggins, a_ previous|Pakistan wants to occupy MKash-| ?"! @ beh am 1 hott ne : ie Lut o
. y whole time in Korea Windsor, the Shah of Iran, In-]Governor of Jamaica is Chair-|mir to “improve her own posi-|“¢ceptable to both, sides will be
Is Inevitable teat, wa ate eee grid Bergman, Tyrone Power}man were to-day making ar-|tion”, The letter published in} “yii0" siete Ants Wate dl Gate
| € % oh ae 4 ‘ { Vivien Leigh ‘and Sir Laurence rangement to collect and despatch |ihe Washington Post was written | , ut pg sett F Nea tev eld Kaas)
SYDNEY, August 24 he et ae Huth seas ae Olivier, Archduke Otto of Haps-\further goods, money and by M. I. Answari who described iad teas A ( mee ainintat ink

Navy Minister William Mc- Bee arated The aR Dos the outs the Aga and the Begum] materials, himself as “one of the 36 Muslim] joint it was believed to be far
Mahon said in a speech Friday ai om ae Ab HMaREALs Oke ot Khan and_ Prince Aly Khan— members of the . Indian Perlia-| from “satisfactory.” In a state-

“So long as Stalin lives war is mn Sei i Probably the without Rita Hg! Bohkin ited “wilt i eg ment” ent issued ‘Thursd nid-night
inevitable once we, show the} Utter destruction. DaDLy How many of those invited wi ce yt ae atts ; aie os
slightest sign of weakness or cap-| persons who died never neve attend is not known. Immigrant Drive ee 18, visting tie We. to bl eae ead ail ven Dlg
itulation.” He added Stalin’s poli-; what bit them. De Beisteguy wants to make « ’ * teng; the World Youth Assemb!) WERE vaca tdatek: avatar Wromilit
cy was to take whatever he could ; iki thy oe live i party masquerade to mark the Is For . dad Ss Good which met recently at Ithaca, Nev | 18h eee 4 a tee eae ay
get by using satellites insteed of | © x ery eee, ahs e a es anniversary of the founding of York. , ar were not from
resorting to the use of force by | prepa acne ah yt ee oes" |the ancient republic of Venice in He said he was “pained” to ob. | VOMDS- Ree ie yi coalead
Russian’ tre tne ne xt oe ses te init he eighth century. After the MAJOR STENT serve’ many Americans “ove Bes : nplic é. oS : , ae ( conte 7

McMahon said ties felt the rere y~ eee ats happened! masked ball there will be fire- (From Our Own Correspondent) simplify the current tensio | 72°C ita Gory eet Pi pec app
critical period would come in the | !ust like the snap of a finger. works. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 22. | existing between India and Paki ot ve ra ich as ba aa
autumn of 1953. Many Bg Viewimz the scene you can —U.P. Trinidad’s drive against prohi-|tan as a Hindu-Muslirn pro pe 5 oxi fc areas akc,
thought ‘it might « earlier “If |almost review the crash in yee — bited immigrants was outlined by} jJem teat! tia cenae it sitari a breal
‘we are not prepared t 1953 |mind like a motion picture e my a Major Fred Stent, Deputy Immi- : : hat F iS Con ;
we will have called down war on;huge plane smashed into a bill - YUGOSLAV GOVT. ASK |gration Officer as “one under- een a Ahainas 4 ¢ oi ito.enid ‘te - deaat that-t)

re er adi . . Saae “ : “uf ate ; é yn-Muslims will b idio sa in a bros iat t

our head te | top a 20 ; rg yeahs oo brow of JIARRIMAN 10 STOP IV i in — oan interest of the against’ the whole of India io-called raid Va he I
PB. | the JU 20 feet between life olony; sult a 1@ same time a ae E fi sy and. thorot lw vidiouts

at por d must have keen going WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. |3Â¥mpathy is felt for those who], Forty million Muslims of lnc 9: tke Cou have

aid 7 2 na: OF The US. State yee jhave, since their iJlegal arrival, | Will resist Pak po Peo tayed in their effo i

Five Explostons Pavey said on Friday that a visit by |P0ved good law-abiding citizens.’ might I say with full s tact The broad igh

Pease tebe Des ae ol 4 : “elt H vf 1 ‘ Y hi A He said that Federation wil)|°Ponsibility Pakistan is not inte : serie of Communist — prote

TACOMA, Washington | ler gauged ere aa a we re mee [ie and the sooner the better}ested in the welfare of 413,000,00 against alleged U.N. violatior

rs nee | blade yen ane by ne Yugos!av | and it will be better the day wher |Indian Muslims nor is -~: a
Five . explosions “¢ ! Government _ Harriman 1s ex~ | tne best interests of each islanc }more interested in the welf to win back ome of the

Friday aboa un like ’ 3. pected to oe in Belgrade on jcan be considered sensibly by al! }3,000,000 Kashmir Muslim lost their o biunder
Being ; hn ot th ine’s wing is visible] saturday.— together. Lay UP. UP
the United Ste e | line f I wine vi ble a ‘
is estimated at }on ene f the crater. It swept me
P ithe s an of grass leaving Hi *
i ’
oes" Hirohito Unli kely toA ‘God on Earth’ Role
“STUPIDITY” |shape cf the wing in the gr yund.| ir 1 n ] O ssume oO on ar api « }
j
EVA. Aug. 24 Lea ee th other side of the fire- TOKYO, August 24. |the revival of his old exalted| when he on one of his numer-j shackled by nume

Jules K: mo Suchy, Chief Polish; ackened hill you can look down’ Emperor Hirohito, who re- position, Japan could not risk the|ous public inspection tours jand much of the ren
delegate to the Unite Nations | the path e tt _by the hurtling/nounced his divinity at the be-' effect that such a move would | | peri 4. household 4
described a3 “stupid iday| wreckarve, It is sewn with bits|ginning of the: Allied occupation, have 6n the public — of the Not only did the Emperor re-| tape Many Japane
reports that his Gove mee ane ces of airolane and pas- is not likely after the peace world. Besides, the Japanese in-|nounce divinity, but Japan’s new | cigners feel that
fired him and he is p f Pr v6 An army jack re to assume his former role sist that Hirohito likes his new | democratic postwar constitution) more forrnalits f
obscurity for being too = in the middle of theicf “god on earth.” Prominent! status and enjoys his new role in| stripped him of all his powers of some of the old
ized”. 2 an's shoe | Japanese Say that any such at- the postwar Japanese picture government and labelled sien (itn, se ie not 1

He admitted he I lies on th 1 itempt by the Emperor “is out of Since then. he has heen hu-| merely a “symbol of state.” Tt tions peor le
called as chief tk even dirty. A ! the question.” Many foreigners manized” and “popularized.” A specifically tates that “never has Pe Resid dest
Polish Government ; ped is on the ground. Air here agree, but caution’ that the vast ‘number of Japanese unques-/shall he have poi related to traits. Recentls
old stuff—it occurred two montt letter’ re , t wn nM mund he| world can only Vait and see tionably have come to view him the Government.” buy a new United
38 ania tt Wan aes fides fe A ndfu} . rneqy; 1 entirely new way now that While the whole atmosphere to replace the old

er re me —UP | ea ; Dre |_ The se point out that y are able to look at him di- around the Emperor been | used CIGAR TTES,
ee @ on page i even if peror did long for rectly, and even talk with him relaxed iderably rer i til | @~ IT. —U.P





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rere ee

Caubh Calling

M*: JEAN IVERSEN accom- FRIEND*

panied by Mrs. FP lever Mc
was among the passengers




img for Puerto hico yester y
B.W.LA. They are en route
Florida where they will spend a
short holiday with Mrs. Morgan’s
relatives. Mrs. Morgan will then
be returning to Barbados while
Mrs. Iversen will be going on to
Montreal returning to Barbados
in time for Christmas.

Back to Trinidad

RS. BERTIE SPENCE and

her daughter Joyce who had
been in Barbados since July 28th
on holiday returned to Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA Joyce
works with Alstons in Port-of-
Spain.

Barbados Holiday
R. TOMMY ROBER''S §ar-
rived from Trinidad yester-
day by B.W.LA., intransit from
England. He has come over on a
visit to his parents, Major and
Mrs. ‘Bob’ Roberts of Maxwells.
With Lago Oil
M* EUGENE GOUVEIA who
works with the Lago Oil Co.,
in Aruba arrived here yesterday
via Trinidad by B.W.1.A., to spend
two weeks holiday staying with Uniike many children in Barbados, this one-year-old boy has been











Mr. Ulric Nascimento of “Hill! brought up to treat dogs as friends and not a8 potential enemies.
Crest,” Hastings.
thy Bate, Gueetly comes ‘Three School Teachers Mainly a Holiday
— 'M nth FTYHREE, Queen’s College mis- N ENGLAND for a short visit is
Two ontns tres ¢ arrived from England Mr. C. B. Mathura, a Member

KS, M. LEONAKW and her py the Colombie on Wednes . of the Port-of-Spain City Council

two children who have just Miss J. Watson, daughter of Mr. since 1944. Among his other ac-
come down from New York, ar- and Mrs. Watson of Searles, Christ tivities, he is Editor and Publisher
rived from Trinidad yesterday Church, has returned to take up of The Indian. Although this is
morning by B.W.LA They ex- an appointment as Science Mis “mainly a holiday,” there are
pect to be here, for about two tress; Miss J. Piggins has come several matters which Mr. Ma-
months, staying at the Ocean View out from England to teach Domes- thura will be discussing with
Hotel. Their home is in Ciudad tie Science and Miss E. Arm- officials at the Colonial Office.














Bolivar, Venezuela. strong has returned from long S. A.F,A. Secretary
Leaving To-morrow leave. f RECENT arrival here from
ISS MARTHA SETZER, a With Barclays Bank “X Trinidad is Mr. O. D. Ross
schoo] teacher in the U.S. ISS JOYCE LUEZ who is on San Fernando. Mr. Ross is

who arrived in Barbados on , the staff of Barclays Bank He snorary Secretary of the South-

August 5 to spend a vacation at jp, Port-of-Spain is at present ern Amateur Football Association
the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. Mc- holidaying in Barbados. She is He is the guest of Mr. C. Smith,
Conney at Maxwell’s, will be re- que to return on September 2nd, Headmaster of the St. Matthias
turning to America via Puerto an active member of the Portu- Boys’ School and Mrs. Smith of
Rico tomorrow. ruese Club in Trinidad, she is Dayrell’s Road.
Annual Vacation one of the founders of their re- Was Here Last Year

R. TONY COZIER, son of Mr ently formed ladies’ basket ball ALAYAN BORN Stepher

and Mrs. Clyde Cozier of elub. Miss Luez is staying ‘at N
“Lyndale,” St. Leonard’s Avenue, Accra Guest House
is due to leave for Trinidad today Water Polo Enthusiasts 150 miles inside B.G.’s Hinterland
on his annual vacation. He ex- R. EDDIE TEIXEIRA and Mr. arrived from that colony | via
pects to be back by September M Leonard Ollivierra who had ‘Trinidad yesterday morning to
$th. Tony is with the Canadian jee holidaying in Barbados since spend two weeks holiday in Bar-
Bank of Commerce here. August 3rd, returned to Trinidad bados. He was here in September







From The Bahamas vesterday morning by B.W.I.A, last year for a similar stay. He is

PENDING a few days in Lon- Eddie is with B.W.LA. stationed @ guest at the Hastings Hotel.
don are Sir Francis and Lady at Piarco while Leonard is with Incidental Infelligence
Peek from the Bahamas. They Alston’s in Port-of-Spain. HEN
are, I understand, staying at the Both are keen water polo en-
Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, prior thusiasts and have been following With
to taking a holiday on the Con- the local league games carefully
tinent. Another visitor in England during their stay. No doubt they
from the Bahamas is Miss Mary will give the Trinidad association Philip Lazarus, in the Saturday
Moseley, M.B.E., owner of the first hand information about the fyening Post, 2
Nassau Guardian. Barbados teams, —L.E



hand

those who are divided,

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THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA



Copyright + P 105 - Vaz Dias Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY eeee By Beachcomber

HEN the exquisite, the Lady Cabstanleigh Turkish Women at Play
ineffable Mimsie Slopeorner GOQMEONE :
accepted with reluctance the S
title of Dust-bin Queen, and
protested against being photo-
graphed while holding a silver
shovel filled with tomato skins

asks if none of the Bes ee aes ;
poets with whom Lady Cab- SENTENCE in an _ article
stanleigh now mixes ever write about the “westernisation”
poems to her. Certainly, . And it of Turkish women _permits me,
was to her that Mr, Roland Milk With pardonable pride, to point

i paid his delicate tribute, out that I was the first journalist
and sodden bits of felt, she pot others sing the charms of to report a ‘Turkish football
started a controversy whien youth and grace match between two teams of
lasted all through Civie Con- qj) the young springtime in a women — Smyrna United and
sciousness Week at Rothampton. ~ lovley face; ; Karakli Rovers. Many years ago,



_Less sensitive is the Hollywood py¢ you, my lady, decorate muy before the advent of Kemal
girl who has been announced as rhyme— (“Honi soit”) Ataturk, the
Miss Garbage Disposal, 1951. . -ia «e harems were growing restive, and
Pert f ill 1 h i A rose-ved hostess half as old as the bored little ladies used to

erhaps she wi ose her poise the “ i S usec
when the Mayor's small daughter , punt their sweetmeats {through

resents a if : . . attice , rs »
presents her, with a bouquet of False Impression oe ee ae
rane hie it pang T should be explained to the ‘ es ss 4 .

Mimsie Slopcorner was to have 7 ! on opening the door, would
been Miss Processed Beetroot at . public that the newly yeceive a jump of zahat loukoum
a Food Rally in Shropshire, but invented machine which types slap in the eye, But when I think
she cculd not bring herself to Musical scores has its limitations. of those little feet discarding red-
dress up as a giant beetroot, and One eager youth seems to think heeled slippers for football boots
to sts dragged on a farm-cart that anyone who possesses the my go rises. It is possible to

Time,










through the streets with 1 machine can compose music pay too big a price even for foot-

; j . Turning to your secretary, you ball—-as the angry manager said
spear oY and, and = sur- T ; 7
ere Mg n ome Maids we say: “Take a sonata, please. Mi when his £40,000 forward fetched
ee iba : . Hoperaft,” £12. 10s,
Atta, Literature ! R 7 '

ANY authors are hoping, upert and the Sorcerer 10
gs 7

is going up, that the professional
ravers will rave more stridently
than at present. And: publishers
will no doubt try new methods
of publicity. Poor writers might
be employed at a few shillings ;
day to stop well-dressed people in
the streets with the eager query:
“Have You Read Miss (¢ L,
Odhopper’s ‘Deeper Than The
Tomb’?” Or the =

now that the price of nov



might fit loud speakers to their
ears, and fill the air with praise
of their wares—punctuated with
dance music. Or the book clubs
and societies and groups and
what-not might arrange to choose
and recommend every novel pub-



After trotting ahead for a few It must be down there some-
minutes Rupert pauses. ‘‘ This is where!" Putting on speed he
where | was when I saw the thing in a wide circle around the
disappear," he murmurs. Then he e house until he spies the
stops. “Why, there's the Con- saucer lying quietly on a grassy







lished, And Miss Bowen might jurer’s house!" he cries. ‘‘ Tiger- mound, here is nobody abour,
open a bureau to fight for equal lily told me that a sorcerer had come and in great excitement he moves
treatment for women novelists to see her daddy. So I am right. forward

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1WVERICAV COLUMN: ,

‘The Man Jn A-69

NEW YORK,

| A cool mist shrouded the Cun-
| 4rd liner Caronia as she steamed
|up New York Harbour past the
| Statue of Liberty

It was not the mist that chilled
His Excellency, the ship’s most
eminent passenger, in cabin A-69

Dr. Viadimir Prochazka, the

new Czech Ambassador to Wash,

ington, found himself haunted by
a US. reporter now in Prague
Jail — William Oatis, sentenced
five weeks ago to ten years for
alleged espionage.

The U.S. Government says the
“trial” record shows that the
“crime” Oatis committed was to
seek the kind of news all reporters
seek in the free world.

After Miss Liberty, the ambas-
‘ador’s second glimpse of New
York was a picket’s sign reading:
“Free William Oatis.”” It was
thrust in his face when the

picket leaped on the running-
board of his limousine. The ca:
sped on.

Washington is going to be even

chillier for His Excellency. Con-
gress is about to vote a resolu-
tion calling for Oatis to be freeti.

The resolution may demand

diplomatic or economic sanctions,
and the U.S. is consulting its
Allies on steps to bring pressure
against Prague.

His Exceilency will have ‘

nervous half hour when he pre-
sents his credentiais at the

White House. The President is

expected to give him an even
frostier welcome than he gave
the new Red Hungarian ambas-
bador the other day. And that
was cold indeed.

ALL SMOKED OUT,
POLICE went up in a hover-

plane to photograph chimneys out
of which more smoke pours than
is allowed by New York law. No
evidence was obtained. The air
was too misty and smoky.

THIS IS DANGEROUS

AN “atom pistol,” one and a

half inches long, has been ruled

dangerous by the police. A pellet
from the made-in-Japan pistol,

selling for 13s., put out an eye of

four-year-old Noel Figueros. S¢

boys will have to be satisfied
{with big but harmless cowboy
six-shooters.

UNION POLICE BANNED
POLICE Commissioner George
Managhan forbids the 18,000-man
New York force to join a union
Hotheaded union leader Michael
Quill, who says he has signed up
over 4,000 police as union mem-
bers, defies Managhan. And to
prevent the commissioner from
finding out who the union nolice
are and sacking them, Quill has
hidden his membership books and
application files.
JEAN-STEWART FILM ?
HOLLYWOOD chiefs may
allow Jean Simmons to see more
of her husband Stewart Granger

MUSIC ON THE WAY



AWAY to Edinburgh and Festival
concerts sail 104 members of New

York’s Philharmonic Orchestra.
They have been asking their only

Scottish member, 57 - year - old

violist William Gray, about Scot-
tish food and Scottish climate.

Mr. Gray is not sure, hecause
he left at the age of 13. Of one
thing he says he is sure: “The
only time a Scotsman goes back
is when his fare is paid.”

FOOD IS CHEAPER

DOWN goes America’s index o
focd prices by one full percent-



Bureau of Labour Statistics in ai
cight-city survey. But the index
is still 114% per cent. above pre-
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to the human race.” Says
the serious Herald-Tribune: “Th:
American authorities should join
the Canadians in stopping thi:
senseless dare-devilry.” | Hell
EDEN OFF RECORD be va
AFTER a _ widely headlined}

in Denver, Colorado.) MR, CHIPS TO MUSIC

Holly-
In Salt Lake City, San| wood is so mad about musicals
Francisco, and Los Angeles, he is|that it is going to musicalise the
giving unreported luncheon talks./story of the kindly old British
is often asked “When will| schoolmaster of this name, played
the British election be and who/iby Robert Donat, to whom we all
will win?” His reply? It is off| bade a misty-eyed goodbye years
tie a



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They wat to co-star; SATURDAY, AUG. 25, 1961.
, 11.5 Jack Salisbur 11.45 a
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Queen Elizabeth's youthful} Analysis

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ao PAGE THREE

Bill To Vix Hoiel THE? GAMBOL®S ; mn iii (Christian Selence &
: ; eer ‘ ; . ristian Seience
Workers Hours KOEN SPEC TRC SH AI Dances, ey Nr CASH IY as i 4 | I ruinan Denies q(t istian e

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c | Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Go 9 uy rcueTe t 9° ' 10 m 12 o'clock §& y
vernment has given nx WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. ; ( 2 Raven, tee Moor eee
duce ost on ie THE TEXT of President T'ruman’s statement on cease- ie Seria) Reece ee 3
uced in the Legislative Cour fir : r aces | “General Ridgeway has .
j i iy ire negotiations in Korea reads Genera idgway has
i the object of which is to fix the re gotiatior @ ¢



the Scriptures tt» MARY BAKER
EDDY may be read, borrowed.

rates of wages, the hours of wor!

reported to me and has made publie the story ef last night's | or purchased
and the general conditions of

episode in Kaesong. There 1s of course no truth in the] g VISITORS ARE WELCOME

employment of all persons em- Communist claim that the United Nations’ plane had bomb- ww we ow a ee
meres in hotels, restaurants, ed the Keteone aren atthe epunps tate btesbinetiatomatlp iin Rs
eating-houses and parlours, with No U NY ea ey ;
i nited Nations aircraf
particular reference to those on pins ra oa eieunits vy mn DRIVE IN AND PRAY
engaged in domestic duties 1 nity ¢

time the alleged bombing took WHE .FRIST drive-in church
place. Whethe; any enemy air- tracted 350 worshippers, some;
on worker who at the request . craft ae present is not clea bathing suits. They did not,
° is employer works for any Bi e K I - but the flimsy nature of the so- have to ge f their cars be-

j ; ae - . > . ‘ get out of their cars be
period exceeding 56 hours in any ig ump een - u ux an celled evidence shown to United couse it was a drive-in cinema.
one week shall be paid overtime , vations Liaison Officers makes it

at one and a half times the fix

ed j extremely doubtful that any In place of Randolph scott's|
rate Tiotel empives ses in Summer ‘ Steps Up | Serpe We ee Sl ie
have not less than one hour fo: . . %* ot Know; the purpose of this the prayers of Pastor Ernest Mills |
luncheon or dinner as e ¢: Ti ~ Qa Ss al A t t ew Communist masquerade it unded over a loudspeaker
may be, and another interval of ourism oe. ¢ c Iv1 y |



It is proposed in the Bill that



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saesong. The Communists’ Lia- In Nashville, Tennessee, Pastor





not less than 15 minutes for at : . Sen Officer last night made cer- James H. Elder conducted ser- Contains
other meal taken on the premises. PCRT-OF-SPAIN, Aug 20. (By FRANK BARTHOLOMEW) SOUTH CAROLINA, Aug. 23 tain statements about calling off vices in a bright, short-sleeve D.D.T.,
The occupier of any hotel shall Questioned on his impressions TOKYO, Aug. 24. Thomas Hamilton, Grand Dragon further meetings in Armistice] sports-shirt because the tempera-| —Large,medium and small size Tins
provide a suitable room for the since his previous survey trip of IF AND WHEN the Korean armistice talks are finally of the Association of Carolina "@g0tiations, but it is not clear] ture was 89.
any intervals fron work prosiaed tae Si, caribbean ares, Mr. written off what then ? War of course. but what kind of Klans, said on ‘Thursday that the whether he was referent to. th —
_ als work de ewis S. Law . iv > 5 ay Z is stepping motions anned for today, to the
: for by the Ordinance. T} tw, Executive Secre war and with what results ? SPINE Up He



1 tary of the Caribbea Tnterim . . : . organisationa] activity and he ‘meeting for the next several
ployer shall also grant to every Tourism Committee who recently Even during the past week United Nations forces have foresees the day when it will Years or Whether it is the Com-
come a half-holiday « one completed another such tour said tide into Communists vigorously all along the 130-mile “agam cover the United States.” ™unists intention to back out of
week-day 7

addition a ol geet week, anc in that most of the islands reported front except in the area near Kaesong, and the Reds are , He said that a full scale organ- ©'mistice negotiations altogether










holiday on eve i gratif, ‘ increase i . ae . aoa ; isational drive is q or Wwe Until this is clarified we can-
: alternate Sunday. ~~ oe ty ‘on aadaan ‘with 1980 reported to have finished resupplying their front line troops jn North "Cute sak ot Klan not appraise the truth of last P .
pi This amounted to more than 50 With food and ammunition on August 21. meetings are scheduled for North Night except that they obviously / oO!
Minimum Rates per cent. im some cases, and in Since then @ et ie ee ne) ee ee Canenion, were not calculated to move .
‘ing are the weer Gem case of the Caribe Hilton : a a = . x. ; Hamilton also said that he was sotiations forward toward an - ie a ges
ane we os eae * e hotel in Puerto Rico, this wags 85 orened aexeces, “at, Cte Botanist I inds New i derma = oe on irmistice. al P. re:Li a b l lk UEwy
posed: ber cent, fal. up fresh infantry units and re- @ . : ° Sonata staff whe 7 ane
Hotels: Head Cook $8.40; As- Mr. Law siated that this in- Placements. The next military Species Of Orchids comes” Weer site —- Talmadge ‘ : ’
sistant Cook $5.40; Kitchen Maid creas, could be stirihesiod 44-tho development in the combat area is 1 1948 bsiisieiaatie A iccietp teeta hedlth x: I recautions ‘I oO
$4.80; Pantry Maid 14 advertising and publicity efforts @Waited with terest. In E.G. Hinterland "He showed the reporter s P
Waiter $11.60; Waiter bei dive. ‘tevetat pias ‘Gken Sein Observers felt Communists Soon Lows ao e ete a com- Safecouard Farouk Lightning’ fasteners
$4.80; Maid-waitre ‘ se. a 4 fee ate would strike first from positions (From Our Own Correspondent) mission signed by Talmadge hans- Bld i eee
boy $3.60; These wo ) Cong panies, hotels and the which have been built up most GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22, '%€ 0M the wall of his Klan head-
be supplied with hot overall campaign of the CiT.C..



heavily during the Kaesong talks. Rev. G. Wilson-Browne, §.J., @varters here. Hamilton said the NICE, August 23 Strong, yet smooth and flexible,












: i < P SHINING ' LIGHTNING FASTENERS LTD,
every working day in a ere sani Gitamnna ae That could mean a _ pressure well-known English botanist, has ae SSD ‘has consider- etme «Foo pt cial Smaart eanbehan. ¢ mee wereqindndee (4 subsidiary company of
the above rates of wases, and of-causon travel and the despre, ‘ive into the iron triangle with reported the discovery of 14’ spe- Gt sar tae ie aclaae wie oes term ater tel cack ee
where they are required to ear a4 a 5 dite Wize if = ch tbe a hope of breaking out southward Cies of orchids hitherto unknown t is yeat de spite the anti-mask, ts that fon herst oy pene | slider bul kas eng
a uniform the uniform is t ° De h 1: ¥ ee : r = down the Uijongbu corrider upon to the outside world. Fr. Wilson- — Seearoes weoigre law enact- fanatics were trying to cross trom eee en (ich)
supplied and kept laundered free ae See Seoul. Browne who has led the expedi- ed_ by Legislature this year . » SWitzerland to assassinate him, cia —
of charge b> the employer. Grenada, Antigua — where Although the line at this point UOns into the hinterland of British | He said the field is “unlimited The Egyptian king and his bride | ile

; representatives of the Windward has been advanced about a mile Guiana during the past year, in North Carolina, —U.P Queen Narriman are apending part! z es eee Rae
uk $6.00" tae Wake OTe Islands were met—Virgin Islands farther north by United Nations Stated that in addition to the 14 of their honeymoon tour here. | ae

, 3 acCies > i rar 99 »

i ; eee ee of the United States, Puerto Rico, activity during the past week, in M&W species, he discovered 22 Police said their men were con
Waitress $4.80; Order Girl $6.00; Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jam— was felt generally that the Reds mere be rita) known in_sci- U.S Headi For ‘tanty | shadowing" the King |
Boy $4.20; Dish Washer $4.80. sien at ‘uhe were ¢ a would be able ‘t ake initia, C®tific circles outside British Gui- ole while Egyptian detectives armed
ns) 5 sonaiti : ‘ boge id Cuba were all included ) o make initlal 45 put previously unknown
. . ae a Pane as regards n Mr. Law's trip. gains by pressure of superior here SI) nowr Die t hi with eens were keeping al

een 208 vnifotm torih The trip was. wateriaie fol apepower here: . tators Ip round: the clock watch aboard the
employees also apply to empl preliminary discussions with gov- Yoval yacht














ne restaurants and cook- ernment officials and tourist Supply Tangle B.G. Collects SENATOR TAFT cee ee eeenitied that tv 0
ee ; boards on the formation of the : . 7. 3 Oe, ae
Parlours: Assistant $4.80; Wail- Saribiean Touttin Scotatopinent However U.N, opinion was wai BELGRADE, Maine, August 23 of the Mo lem Brotherhood
ress $4.80; Boy $3.60. Association with which it is in- Uâ„¢aimous that this effort not Record Income lax Senator Robert Taft Republican â„¢8Y have alvead entered France

tended to replace the C.1T.c., Oly could be contained but that said Thursday that President “U4 police and gendarmes are
dul ta does . an ona OA Decem. Within less than five days of its (From Our Own Correspondent) Truman will administer the United hee tha all resorts near Cannes

B G. . Ny phot ber 31. 1951 % inauguration, Chinese would have GEORGETOWN, Aug, 22, States “at his own peril” if he rR : con Soon: Cannes wold #
2. § G.P.O. Now ate expended their initial momentum The year 1949, on which the Continues to send troops abroad eports from Cannes said four

z ; ri © , oe ‘ tam t > é M: > 3 e rts «
The Executive Secretary reports and be involved in such a tangled 1950 tax yield mainly depends, Without the approval of Congress. *Pecial Cairo police exper =



vane a nan art he

Housed In a vat all member territories visit- Supply and communications situa- represents a record in the yield _ rary sald Truman is using more eal Seen eae ee ae

signified their intention of tion, that Allied forces could of income tax, reported Mr. W ae wan t power In foreign policy yh suk possibly hecause of the

B tidi > taki part in the permanent drive them back and exact Stoll, Commissioner of Income *"d will become a “complete die- lert did not depart as scheduled
uile igs organisation at an increased rate ‘terrific toll in the process, Tax. This, he said, is due to the tator in foreign policy if the pres- * f 6s

eae . Are o i ’ his morning fer DeAubille
ere NPs as : J "i . elimination of arrears from pre- ®Mt trend continues
itribution. The exact amount A potential factor which might 3 p The Republican leader testing

ri



(F Our Own Correspondent KACt | ; c an benienn : Seen Sch
“GEORGETOWN Aue. 22. of each island’s contribution will actually turn the tide of war as ViOUS years and an increase it




















. on . the political winds told the Maine
: ’ lawMAcH 4 Te " . ; profits from trade, business, etc ; r
Following the destructi t ve decided at the Third General matters , now stand revolves » howe Bar Association that because the
the onsen Post OMe, at Meeting of the C.LT.C. to be around the possibility that Russia seaunbenien coaictnen a ao President sent troops to Ranke YES, IT'S CRICKET
Georgetown in the Great Fire of held at the Hotel Jaragua, Ciudad might supply Chinese and North tax for the years 1948, 949 ek without Congressional approval THEY PLAY CRICKET in the
1945, the Administration of the Trujillo Dominican Republic, Korean satellites with sirplanes 1950: ea * eh SCT the United States was faced with jjelds of Rock Creek Park, deep
Department is being conducted in September 17 to 21, and pilots sufficient to neutralize 1948: $4,946,329 (Companics ° ;serious constitutional crisis.” n the heart ef Washington. The
seven buildings in different pa the present superiority of air- $4,047,157.00; Individuals $899, - Taft said he was in favour of inglish? No. Australians? No? —
of the City. A new steel and power held by United Nations, 379.00), rt Froops bet oe but - Who then? The Pakistanis, soms
. b ad a Sale * Ft my : . ‘ RB NRA An 4 ; ., would be a “good idea o senc Sal aal ou + a
conerete building is under con TRINIDAD SCHOLARS In such a case the numerically 1949: $5,068,677. ‘ (Companies mestly air force and mavy person- and ne phe ws of the Ambassador }
struction and when completed in larger Chinese ground army if $4,134,452; Individuals $934,225). nel and his officials, oe Z
1952 will house not only the REACH GOODSTANDARD protected by eir ‘cover might be ; TRE LEO ' eet Such personnel he said, could They play once a week, and are AL
G.P.O, but the Telecommunica- able to sweep south. An obvious ies $5, 7 -68; Individuals $843,- be withdrawn more easily than °° keen that when they could not eee)
tions Department, The sum of From Our Own Correspondent) Pity St ‘clita. 406,73). ground forces “before war be- (ind wickets they bought broom-| ——->=
ae i rt x coe ; brake upon any Russian inclina- aS g 1 P
$1,500,000 has been provided from PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 22. ‘ . : sat . come imminent.” UP. sticks and whittled them down.
funds raised under the 1 Téhe holarship standard tion to supply ke a Poe 1951 P d ° Of
Sa sa on = ' ' Scan dio) dds Tr to its puppets is the fear of pre- »
ance eached b nts zs i ,
“a nie Report for 1950. t jad wa “ at 4s tae thomas cipitating World War Ili prema- 0 roduc lion

Postmaster General
the cash working de




ee NOTICE

state that than that ebtained in the United turely. : . shy Say
it of the Kingd * This statement was P ere gs, peso. that during Sugar Behind 1950 §

Post and Telecommunications made by Mr. R. Loinsworth, Su- the long weeks of ser’ talks .

Department amounts a $326,368 perintendent of External Exam- Russians have been piling up FOR E.G. CROP

as comparéd with $225.5 i who returned from the aircraft and stockpiling bombs ut (From Our Own Cortexpondent)

1949. When credit is. however, United Kingdom on Tuesday Mukd@n and Manchuria just , ams : i

taken for the estimated v: night north of the Korean line ready GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22.















« } 1 rity oO ; ai 0 7 i ¥ i si ior itis yuiana’s sugar roduc~ . . os
free services, which amounted to OQ” the authority of Captain E. to commit them if the situation ton for ts Seeeae any ae Ge The Public is hereby notified that
$253,506, the net deficit would bo W. Dan Director of Education, warranted. e year up to





[72 86 seine Rees V ) orth represented Trin- : ended August 11, is 21,454 tons
i neg en ddad on the Advisory Commit- Both Korea and Japan waited behind that for the corresponding





> Or é ae . ‘ . $
reeks vaca ea Ba for Overseas Examinations. He with interest to see whether the period last year according to offi- we will be shortly |
an ae stated that the committee was general warfare never officially cial figures released by the Sugar
The Report discloses that there very pleased with the better re- suspended would be resumed on eee pape. fo acs meal
Was a great increase in the use sult obtained in English lan- the previous “limited” basis or e year’s production to Augus

the . 5 ¢ 11, amounted to only 88,675 tons
made of the parcel post service, guage at the December 1950 ex- upon the allout scale urged by +‘! : eae
especially in local parcels whica 2 General MacArthur's premise that #8 against 100,079 tons for the

TRANSFERRING OUR HUSINESS
r ‘ 2 my ; i Lm
exceeded those of 1949 by 2,506. a ee ha the “very purpose of warfare is *#™€ Period in 1950. , ; : ‘ TO OUR NEW PREMISES,







Telephone statistics showed a to win.”













total of 3,337 telephones in us¢ p y Doubt has been expressed in ! ‘ & ;

on December 31, 1950, while the HARBOUR LOG jubic’tnnouncenents om high 97,000 BRIDGE | No. 35, Broad Sireet,
telegraph service showed a 5 quarters that the United Nations + Bh ate iesaent

marked increase in connection In Carlisle Bay could ever win the war in Korea PORT-OP-SPAIN. Aug. 22, \

with the number of telegram Ps hy driving out Communists if a jern bridge, f Ahic .

: 7 M.V Lath Joy, M.V Sedgefielai, modern pridge, for which :
transmitted The report states yacnt Marsaltese, Sch. United Pilgrim the Red base for supply and Government allocated $57,000 opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co
that 165,132 telegrams were trans- s., Sch. Philip H. Davidson, M.V. Velvet reinforcement across the Yalu more than eight months ago, will
mitted in 1950 as compared with rae Sob aie Wonsts, “ y Dace wane, River in Manchuria remains “off pe constructed on the Maracas
161,520 in 1949, ve are Sch. Faankivn DR... the limits” to U.N. air strikes. Revel yo rp pate of = one

Reiqueen, Sch D'Ortac, Sch . ae whic crashed during a heavy
1 Wallace, Sch, Enterprise S ns alee a? dbus nn eet flood 18 months ago. Surveys, in
; er nor 19 ‘almost wee , ith > lay dowr F F 6
RATES OF EXCHANGE ARRIVALS é had no confidence in the sincerity connection with the laying i a ‘ ,
1.V. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. . of the new bridge, were comple
CANADA te from Dominica, ‘ of the Communist desire for



ed one week ago. It was learnt
Mth August, 1961 ooner Rainbow M., 39 tons net, peace at Kaesong, is to start that actual construction work

; a , : 1

ee a erate Ee gunsckiter Lede tone slugging and win the war once wil] start any time now. The MANNING & co I 1 D

Deen T atts oy age be La Rue, from Chudad Trujillo. “'P. and for all so that genuine peace bridge will be built on a new site, mo . Lower Broad Street.
Sight Drafts 60 8/10 pr _S_S. Fresno Star, 4,107 tons net, Capt. can be set up by U.N, and so and a portion of the road divert-















63 1/10% pr. Cable », from Liverpool, that troops eventually can 80 ed. Government has also allocat-
61 6/10% pr. Currency 58 6/10% pr ee pe ree S068 cone home. ed $13,000 for the improvement AGENTS a ie
ror 5 58 9/1 pr M.V anadian ructor, 3,935 ’ ee . sd . n = SS = 2
Suver. ee net, Capt. Wallace, for St, Vincent —U.P. of the road in the vicinity RASS
NTE : 2, eel
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ee ee

Saturday,



~

UNCLEAN FOOD

THE problem of clean food in this island
has been discussed in the columns of this
newspaper and at public meetings by vari-
vous bodies within the last two or three
years. It has become clear to everyone
that in Barbados the machinery for guard-
ing the health of the community in this
respect does not measure up to the de-
mands of the times.

It is true that the Sanitary Commission-
ers of St. Michael have framed regulations
which provide for medical certificates of
good health to be held by dairymen and
there is a system of inspection of food
places; but this system of inspection does
not seem to be wide enough,

There are certain factors which con-
tribute to an increased habit of “eating
out.” Thousands of those who work in the
City come from outlying districts making
it inconvenient for them to return home
to breakfast. The continuous rise in cost of
living makes it easier for workers to diet
at eating houses than to have meals pre-
pared at home.

Because of these factors there has been
a notable increase in the number of eating
houses and restaurants in this City. The
trade done by soda fountains has increased
also, oa foe

But if these admit of safety measures
being adopted by the Sanitary Authority
it is not so easy to control, other avenues
of possible contamination except by rigid
legislation.

There is nothing to prevent women suf-
fering from contagious diseases hawking

. around fried fish and black pudding and

other articles of food prepared by them at
home. The only demand from them at
present is a hawker’s badge. The “stock
case” on this point is that of the woman
who sold pudding and souse for some
years and occasionally put down her tray
to remain home. It was soon found that
her first child, a boy had been ill and died
from tuberculosis. After her second
absence from Tudor Street it was found
that her second child, a girl, had also died
suffering from this disease and that she
had remained home to nurse them. Nature
finally wrote finis to this when the woman
herself fell a victim to the disease. It can-
not be estimated how many people hai
contracted T.B. by eating from her tray

Nowadays a new feature of this possible
contamination are the habits of those hawk-
ers who sit in the alleys and side roads in
Broad Street. A few weeks ago one of these
women was seen in a side street in Broad
Street soaking her cabbages with the water
from a drain pipe from a business place.

MR.


























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uote . from AAD AN ‘i HEARST N
; ; ‘ ations” that although it has been record-| bP 7 ’
ee ure a man, 6ft. Zins. and 62 _ WHAT I LOOK FOR IN A YOUNG MAN ai: that's Bercodian did point witee island: A Vv OCAT E ST AT ION ER ¥
etree saat t ‘t is unt THERE is a Freneh proverb which means: “If age only hud 2 I
with 2% 5 Bin ated Ca i the energy, and youth only hed the experience.” The important from the deck of a ship and exclaim “see|
ay hia: a eae 3 5 € energy om the world”, some é ~alis
th t Letaveen Tine Og mbition while he (s acquiring experience ... not to be dis- thot oa ; é ” ao ; Boonen do realise! ¢ OOCOSSSS
of a newspaper empire, ii as ged because success does not come as quickly as he had that there are other spots on the face of the |
ee oa an * solid atten Sea a oe diverted from his objective earth, and that seeing that Barbadians are
fell, this man, William Ran- . aa arene eee ‘
Maier Siairee” kee Aik has ca _ A YOUNG MAN whose heart is im his, work and whose not selfish people they have no desire to)
#5300 tiles notth ie Califorsie “ne is - his week ie rg jey in his work; and no man monopolise the entire programme and | ithe misect re
and amuse himself in a_ “Bav- who is not concentrated on his work ever succeeds in any not- ; : c iy miracle wrap with a hundred uses in Kitchen and Home
ene sores eee ae Ne eee cde Gene : The anuee idike aeuie alae Gees would suggest that a part of “Bringing | wratmenc
whim, success do not often come during office hours ... but they Christ to the Nations” might well be reserv- | GREASEPR
: Or, of : our'se, he can fly to only come as the result of continual and concentrited thought. ed for other parts of the Earth’s aed g ; s OOF,
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cies rick fe peameneet vena 2s ee wid ot haeteuntee eis, 0 ole te ee roDoUnt
$ sceive him. BS ie; wt be no sustaine
But, at our opening glimpse of genuine success. er ape ee ee i i socaaprarrag
Hearst, he licking > haere i i
; . ak ‘ele ey a pages | MONDAY—A Jamaican friend of mine told | For protection and preservation of cooked and uncooked foods
wg Neg naga ind some | ‘ i :
ShOtbaraDN Dt nh Welsh ceeelle | me that if Jamaica would adopt the Agri- For better, quicker and more economical cooking.
a ‘ . } ‘ tye} 4 sass . F : ; 4 | i
intake hie. s oe i” carci es Ber cg or and ferenen the pictures and I'll fur- cultural policy and technique of Barbados} % For conservation of space in frigidaire and larder,
’ > Cz 3 ree words t« i Hay 1s, cludin rilain’s is 2 roy? 5 z : 4
j English representative. Al i aa Nasn’s, Good Se hiadmadaiee ad “ee eee McKinley was| there would be no necessity to lament over! Moulds to any shape and requires no tying nor fastening,
Head: “Buy St, Donats’. A he Connoisseur; six international assassinated in 1901 a storm broke | population in that island. & PORICRE SPM a wen Sonne °o WO MOTD.
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He stocked it over 13 years and three radio stations. So few were said to have incited the as- * * * .
with RanO.Ne0~s th of treasures men have wielded more power, oe Hearst was byrned in| 1
-and what matter that he ted He had, too, at his richest, vast CMigy. “TIRE : : tai %
the castle only half a dozen times property holdings and mining i Jn the frst worla ants Heat UESDAY—I have discovered an insecticide | x WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
before 1938 «:2. in difficultie he lands. And though a setback ir ried to Keep rOeTiCa. OU. . r
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The point lies in the three his interests, he was in full con- erong ann. Caen eee in Bri-| drowning to kill flying insects, it puts them | §
words “Buy St. Donats,” cabled tro! th vy aoe Uy wae Wee entered | thei isery i ( :
1s nonchalantly as you would tell | Fh i ould be - ona tomary the war, Hearst rallied. out of their ey instantaneously, 1% <: S PIT HER & CO
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elling, newspapers oxcept that could get nowhere. A_ rebuff, , ‘
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Ss w ad rece é e f ge y wei stre ‘§
sag gg ge Rg agg Ne gy ANE en A agg hl henge sgl pgpe eng og
whose death ran along a chain of the only child of millionaire Sen- “The Sen. prt oni ‘estate has | island like Barbados, The district between |
er pereareee in a gath- ator Geor ge Hearst, and educated been compared, — perhaps by | South Point Lighthouse and Silver Sands OFFIC E Fl IRNI I [ JRE
i aan ie it Sais , at Harvard University, which he a bali with Louis XIV’s| is just such a spot. There are a few scatter.
Pe Dos ases, vas igh le after a prank. Jersailles, with the pleasure asc ose =
ee ae eae et guess Mine iat acter eee Pare* See re ed houses in the district but hardly any by
ge s allied sente 7] wit the § ran Sone ads a f
with ebullience to leave unalloyed ¢j hi oMiniie! ‘ } ‘ h ‘ the ie THERE —— | PAUP FE roads and at the moment one of the
femtties Rania: HBEO re ren : ERE, with five sons to com-| so-called roads has i ; ‘ ‘ y
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iMeaiet if you saw. ine fan faa wT as (ok aie American’ Enigma, a powerful xination of rain and lorry traffic.
“Citizen Kane” ten years ago, (4; See Peres ae eco iS voice, but no longer, so to speak,
er he . 5 (until then), staid, conservative . figure ?:
for in Orson Welles’ portrayal jawspaner, Hearst mirateds figure. * * *
Hearst chose to recognise himself, hi Che ideas ta bk apart He re to urge: “Get
1 And he reacted. The Hearst v “aS, i > x2 Pp’ excited when the public gets |T ean ar ¢ a |
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iype. And in many American tion sensationally. “While others talk, act”—and to | protest march against Dr. Malan’s South|
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eri ane probec the ollower, ’ 4 fe
private life of a newspaper pro- Hearst dreamed of expansion And in 1937 a Treasury report | pawn the sponsors of the March have TYPISTS CHAIRS
prietor; of a man with vast As adic Wao tel oi, Yrourna; Showed him as ica’: | thought up s i ,
mansion and a tenth-rate opera He bought the New York Journal wage chotine be gs oe 4 8" P scouting thet would have DESK CHAIRS
singer nagging from the hearth BASIE ie set os Eee ot £100 000 a year sopat salety or) ByeY Routh Atrica and not Barbados? RD
The film satirised the tan’g W2E on riva Joseph Pulitzer, and i Wael ee ‘
wealth, colitical subliions panies proceeded to buy up leading hls wee Sotnctia 2 _ a | * * * epic :
ee eos tee i ¥) journ ilists of the day. Ba olections and antiques
that CIE’ a noe a as sel And Hearst journalism began to to. Sere losses and provide for FRIDA : PILING CABINETS (Foolscap)
LAteh Ciepies Wellas' Heaven iiiianes events: The Naw veo pee nies SA eees wera | Y—Jamaica has experienced a terri-
; >: Arr Journal’s inflammatory articles V@lued at~£3,000,000. ble hurricane and I h i
. 3 . = a
Let us =a Caan, hat there pretty well shoved America Into But he rebuilt his fortunes and | that we eae eee
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ai ip See of red ink and huge Hearst reporter in Cuba wired A happy ending? Well, perhaps | Barbados Turf Club meeting.
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nd at the height of his power return, Hearst replied: “You Orson Welles’ Heaven,—L.E.8







The Man Who Has Leaped To



Fame

Her intention was not to harm anyone but
merely to keep the weight up; but it does
not need much imagination to realise the
harm which might have been done, Again
there is a practice now for them to put
fruit and vegetables in their baskets and
to put the baskets on top of one of the
galvanised bins put by the Sanitary Com-
missioners for holding refuse which might

include carrion.

It might be claimed that such handling
or mishandling of fruit and vegetables will
be done by people who are not sufficiently
mindful of the rules of hygiene;
because of this carelessness by ignorant or

but





its author to Tolstoy
In England it



has been chosen outwield she 1 by
as the Evening Standard Book of courag





te men in degradation is

and power of purpose,

finally
what it inspires in

re io for September, é He was born in Liverpool, the
ae y, - end of the year, The son of a London surgeon, Edu-
1€ ea will have earned cated at Winchester and Trinity
Nichol as Monsarrat something College, Cambridge, he took his
mac ge, Ce s

i . ae = : degree in law in 1931; and then
is the story of the convoys suddenly, turned novelist, He

and their escorts in the battle of travelled widely abroad sus-
the Atlantic, and Monsarrat picious of England in the thirties

unmindful people that positive provision

must be made for the protection of the
health of the community.

left to chance.

Education can do much to remove these
dangers but until the general standard
reaches so high a stage it is necessary to
move away from the negative and adopt



positive means of protecting people against /London recently af
Z . * = s 0 ace after a week months iS a_ stretcher.
disease. The yublic must co-operate nth of six broadcasts and t ; 1 retcher-bearer. ever satisfied him, Of the latest)
ei : ei I wil appearances in the USA. at ‘Quite suddenly.” he told me, “it American novel of sea warfare, | Six hundred million tons of ore have been |%
the Sanitary Authority in protecting them- |#PRterances in. the U.S.A. still seemed clear that the war wasn’t The Caine Mutiny, he says: “It's |discovered in the adj 1%
ide ond piles atid Bae a 4 ae oue et going to be won like that.....” good Americana, b e adjoining territories of |}
selves and rules and regulations should be idds, - erat one started “In March 1940 he volunteered won’t do. We tak pied it Ungava and Labrador, M. Maurice D .
* $ ¥ ack ‘ : . e take g » r
drafted and enforced which would pre- | re Ses OPS Ae ae a ' ae she y, and war and view of mutiny ” meer ae | Premier of Quebec, told the P Ce a S
: 5 x , Nicholas onsarrat re for et 0 err a
vent people suffering from contagious dis- | He is 41 years old, married, introduced ee re ee WOxLD COPYRIGHT |islature in February. ee
Quan) gg ¢ e . Lng
eases, from handling public food. poe W800: AREd Sot arcane at sea for five and a RESERV : "
k sort of man, u l ED Devel
Re dt ae one ee ee ee oe ene as commander of a LES velopment of the mines was a matter of |#
satel Sk uae a ete tle ee “: |urgency, in view of the i ‘ : x
- | v of the international sit :
s itua-
Ou Readers Say |tion, he said,
Misleading cated in all its implicat SPECIA
ME at all its implication than we anticipated atny ae ; , LS
To the Editor, the Advocate. The refusal to allow the i pies tees ; bicture eat gee a eleaeeee : J é n vants to take Paul as Manager, x 72 Un Strawberr, :
oer ee. ae at has been Ph Pais at ae nm a , Cc ity to Grenada in the near future, and all well and good; but pares. Discovery of x J 142 tin Raspberry Jam .48
cole in vs : gen none - ee ieee " hl “Ge oa “a look forward to sharing our hos- keeper he definitely cannot make ery of the fields means that Canada % Carr's Cream Crackers 1} tin Orange Jam .48
the gross misrepresentations or ity é my) S eople’s _ pitality after having enijoye s ee De nae eer }wi * " is ‘
which have been made in the United Party—was only a minor vere mics aes S vioyed yours: the team. a S ll become one of the world’s greatest pro-|% Canadian Red Cheese Idris Kola Tonic $1.00 per
West Indian Press as well as else- ‘incident in the chain of disloyal : r.A R ie . ‘ SPECTATOR. | ducers of ore. Pi F : bottle ;
where by certain correspondents nd subversive activities possibly E. gts tEDH AD, Ed. Note:— Water Polo Player said io hte 4a wtb th | Canadian Cheddar Cheese Crushed Pineapple .48
a ge ; Bais ; dhe dM cbutoithcsie: Manageress. that some people think 1 Mice sa 1e more i Ss
in this Colony. These statements {0stered by alien inter¢ 24.8,51 a Seren CunK Tapes mportant in view of). Australiz
i ) » mislet a. PAO, 0x. 12, cme a better choice ete. | diminishing fa Aainatinn: Cheadine Cheese
sti devine Pa cw my gee i its P M. S, METZGEN Water Polo The Order of St. John I mg supplies of the high grade ore |} Australian Cheese | icyeonigag
people Sexintegiees s To the Ed he Ad Eve Fi 1 : jin the Mesabi iron-fields of Minnesota, the/$ Tins JUST ARRIVED
Rae ag oer Britis . , i o the Editor, the Advocate. “ve unc ° f i y
The e can be no objection to the ey itieh Honduras. dar ek ROG Hath laws da) Mahe at ha adoelile United States chief source of ore in the last iz Danish Cheese Krellog’s Corn Flakes
oe ee 7 a gb ol - ; Thanke quite right when he (or she) says SIR—The following: subeerip- two wars. % Dutch Edam Cheese wae ou
ated sta . at are being ¥ thal Meuribe Foster. ta ca sted Henicye he ME tigated Laces ae b | : mae eee ; & uaker Oats
=o irom th ie stig certainly To the Editor, the Advocate. choice, a better choice than his pA gr SAR i aie — j on tigate oa eae of the air-magnet x Tuborg Beer Soot Wheat
seem, trom the local man’s p!oint SIR,—-On behalf of Rovers Net- other P: 5 ee Ne ae 7 ain Poa | device , > a@irers : iy ruff W
of view, thé 1 breed of Ananiases ball ‘a wm " aa ef i ps } i oT if ra Hy * an a ae hee ; Be her Cunced. $ 5.00 los ae re m by aircrast hunting U-boats x Bars's Ale Heinz epashetil & Cheese
: } sales : anes oor t LIBEO 3 » that Hoth Maurice anc aul are r. . Harcourt Carter QF ; curing > Wi ¢ 6 este : -
Bididenty 1 prung up in our you will permit =m say better goal-keepers than Albert Aactabuk of as oa the war has been put to work to dis- is Worthington Al
" : * ri oa . ave ee a anks”’ to all the kind rsons Weather! T don’t see how any- Barbados Turf Club 21 32 cover the ore. is e
a a with a view to portray who have done so n h tn give or ha 7. ‘ MES vf : Me ” 1.32 vat
bhuhibnnta ‘oe Sanitien he at Sh gebiape Sr tg oh ¥ aw the practice ma Mr. J. N. Goddard . 25.00 Thousands of square mi 5 See ae
See seeek perfe delightft 1 It i ieny that Weatherhead i Anonymous 3.00 sands of square miles have been cov- |
i a 1 uite img y 2 icant 2 if pans 3. - , : s .
» it from me that speaking Niall Dee hoa perform aaa Mrs. Haynes 2.00 ered by aeroplanes flying in parallel lines a|$
ie bi v — Or We have I ti \ et Mine EE eB ao oe 5.00 quarter of a mile apart 500ft. up, trailing an|% MEAT DEPT
) inge » moment of our I “ Sinan ’ Fr ee re WEES, bert ne > S43 a anit > ” >
ereignty, are unalterably Bri a rpet” . : : N es a eet Challenor) 60.00 instrument sensitive to magnetic variations in $
7 Y a t land n he ! . fanr + 4} a) . hs iy
anc are Joyal to the British Crown miss your flat road to ¢ aaa with r : he earth's surface. & Australian Beef
Reliable ¢ or ry WW oe bei baaserge 56.32 oe . =, ; ~
tabla’ as ers H. W. CHAI The Bethlehem.Steel Company, of U.S.A.,|§ Fresh Vegetables
ri j c 3 Hor reasure! ive contracted to take 30 million tons of * r |
ederation i : A brador-O ci ties. oe oe eon -
Honduras must i edt ; Michael, 16 rr . pread over a 25-yeat % > ’ + ’ 7 . ‘ER
€ 23rd August, 1951. period, expected to start in 1954.—L.E.S ~ PHONE GODD. iPS — WE DELI ER
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It must not be

wrote it out of his own knowl- Three novels were published,

With One Book

oe % the e —the long and By KENNETH TYNAN corvette and later two frigates
e sto y=— 0 one ocean, W j ‘
ships, and about a hundred and the deep, judicious appraising -boaee on eee them My hr
Afi wien . 2 voice of a cricket commentator. jn desp; Srattae® © was mentioned
So begins Nicholas Monsarrat’s Saturnine The “book that these events
wey en, roe novel, The Cruel His eyes are dark and im- produced is naturally about dis-
Sea, which is soon to be published paling; he has rather a cipline and _ concentration, the|
in this country. It is already weak mouth, pursed generally limited dignities of war, and never. |
news; a fortnight ago it appeared yound a cigar; but the chin fs in their presence, logic “and the |
7 the xg as the Book-of-the- strong and runs. quickly to humanities had to be anaesthetised,
onth Club choice, guaranteeing stubble. From the neck up he The lack of discipline in the Am-|
Se oh ors at le a quar- looks saturnine, from the neck erican navy comes in for some |
Mr o a mil ion copies, and the down, baggy, An easy, reasonable fairly violent criticism. but “those]
ritics are wer applauding it man, with one unfathomable were 1944 thoughts.” Monsarrat
two reputable journals compared conviction—that what war does now says: his recent visit has

given him a new opinion .“‘They’re
growing up, those people,”
says meditatively,
ing about responsibility.”

‘Sensational’

During the war he found time}

to write four short and success-
ful books about life aboard cor-
vettes and frigates; and in 1945
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CANADA OPENS UP
THE WILD

WORK is being pushed ahead in Canada on

a £66 million project which is likely to be
jone of the most vital defence and industrial

developments in the Commonwealth,
It is the first stage in the three-year task of

See

Gonts : Footwear

| WALKOVER—in Brown Willow Calf

Oxfords.
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“they're learn- |

JON WHITE—two Tone Oxfords

Brown Willow Calf
Oxtords

Brown Willow Calf
Casuals

Black Box Calf
Oxfords

CLASSI(—Brovn and Beige Casuals

Brown Willow Calf
Oxfords

opening up the wild, inhospitable wastelands
|on the border of Labrador and north-eastern
| Quebec, so that vast deposits 0”
iron-ore can be brought out.












high-grade

A 360-mile railway is to be run north to
ithe iron-fields. Terminus of the line will be
a new port, on which construction has begun,
at Seven Islands, Quebec Province, at the
mouth of the St. Lawrence river-—a port
which can be kept open all the winter with
an ice-breaker,



—_ * ae = : =e chronicle “They were e@bout love, love, tor of the United Kingdom In-!
i igi o enemies, ond love, in that order, “he says, formation Office in South Afric | NE |
it is ia ae on and the deep- “Needless to say, [ knew nothing Which he has held ever since. ; AIRFIELDS TO BE BUILT Black Box Calf Oxfords
BUNS AOR. about love.” a 1948, Depends What You x
rl : His play, The Visitor, was Mean By Love appeared, a col irfields will be built at reg i
‘ ee , s ‘ @ f = uil >
Two Years’ Work staged at Daly's in 1936 with lection af three long SACs oe A. idly “hn dais Ht at regular intervals
Out of tte..180.000. words Greer Garson in the lead; it closed Of which, Leave Cancelled, de-| h the railway, will swallow up at e
Lowes noe ; 0 bees ene ther aoe weeks, ne the one-night honey-| least half of the £66 million. At peak, 3,000
mud of. ears’ work—a fac Then the war started, he was Moon of a British officer and his! rn
emerges about its author: _ that Gt and. GF Miss dagen, andl nas bride, awa esk canieh te te a will be employed on the construction DA COSTA ae co. Lip.
oes eee ar, he found from a success, abelled “sensational.” He th _| tasks,
that it strengthened and fulfilled ; , e then be-|
\ r eo gan the final dre >» Cruel! ,
him, aad pe came, in the’ end, The Pacifist Sea, draft of The Cruel By late summer of 1954, or in 1955, iron- DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
umost to befriend it. At first 5 alla hi PA lore wi : : hed
Most cliches about war are like a meé ad oa Frealtbts “2 1 aie alta pace mie Petit abit ie ap 2 rs ee ee eee Oe E
true—that s ( alists, vearly always the ankind my | mi 3 B year. accordi FORE as
pieeaine tt i; “th . oe dist's | was soon to replace one ideal wita of literature, and paly tae ower! ‘on tons a year, according to the Present | POOOSSVIISSSSSITSSSS
y: ; 1 ve ; opposite, novels - Hraest Hpiningway's, A| programme, Later it is hoped to double this |

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Scenes From Jamaica After The Hurricane

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bgt ol a of the hurricane completely removed the roofs of these Government built flats
— oe mie ‘an kanes ae ee oo for workers and extensive damage was done — yaeees Producer which rammed the Breezy Cortle wharf, and 88. Maraval are seen
a. s e folorn took of the surroundings. after the hurricane winds had subsided. The Producer went agr he Sika wall ‘ ‘
ook onload Cor GI co Wedenday o ducer went aground, but was refloated and repaired,



HANGAR DOWN

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Labourer





Deep Water ‘Harbour —

Fined $14.40 U 7
| rgently Needed =|.
aellpeapes coy fie SAY

DISTRICT “A” Police Mag- |
; istrate yesterday fined
oem eee labourer of : THE VIEWS OF THE PUBLIC are that the Barbados
be paletie ‘etthieie ae Government should immediately do something to make
months’ imprisonment poaeausaire. the Port of Bridgetown suitable for shipping sugar in
ing Cpl. Murphy while in the bulk. It is generally felt that if it is beyond the power of
ae of his duty, the Government to start building a Deep Water Harbour,
ine ja cgeeeAsaae tgligane tat 2 some arrangements should be made to erect a pier with a
motor vessel Velvet Lady, he wis revolving belt system running out into the harbour. This
fined $9.60 to be paid in one pier would be able to convey the sugar direct to the ships’
month or one month’s imprison. hatches.

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ment.

Both offences were committed
on August 16 about 11.05 p.m
Cpl. Murphy said that while on
the Lower Wharf on duty he saw
Farrell on the Velvet Lady and
knowing him to be a reputed
thief he asked him what he was
there for. He did not give a sat-
isfactory explanation and stabbed
at him.

HEIR HONOURS Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. HA.
Vaughan, Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, yesterday gave
judgment for plaintiff Kenneth
Griffith to the amount of $18 in
a case in which he claimed $23.92
from Kato Collymore of Bridge-
field, St. Thomas, for work he did
for her at her request

In the Petty Debt Court of Dis-
trict “D”’, St. Thomas, Griffith
received judgment for $23.92.

USTICES G. L. TAYLOR and
« H. A. Vaughan sitting in the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day confirmed the decision of His
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma who
fined Boysie Goddard of Jack-
mans, St. Michael, $4.80 and 72
cents cost for assaulting and beat-
ing Eugene Davis.

The offence was committed on
May 31. Davis said that on May
31 she was loading canes at Lear’s
Plantation when the defendant hit
her with a cane on her hip. She
reported the matter to District

HE DECISION of His Worship
Mr. H: A. Talma, Police
Magistrate of District “A” — who
fined Joseph Roach of Watkin’s
Alley, St. Michael, $3.60 for gam-
bling on the Lower Wharf — was
varied in the Court of Appeal by
Justices G. L. Taylor and H. A.
Vaughan.

Their Honours ordered Roach
to pay $3.60 forthwith or to un-
dergo one month’s imprisonment
with hard labour.

Mr. Talma had ordered Roach
to pay the fine in 14 days or un-
dergo 14 days’ imprisonment.

Harbour Police Constable 34
Phillips said that on July 14 he
was patrolling the Lower Whart
accompanied by Harbour Police-
man Wilkinson. They saw a
group of men _ gambling and
Roach was in that group. Wilkin-
son arrested the defendant.

OHN BENNETT of Venture, St

John, was yesterday fined
$4.80 and 72 cents costs for driv-
ing the motor car M-2236 along
Kingston Road, St. Michael, with-
out a licence by Justices G. L.
Taylor and H. A, Vaughan in the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day. .

By imposing this fine Their
Honours confirmed the decision of
Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A”.

INCOME TAX
OFFICIAL RETIRES

Mr. J. A. Hill, Official Repre-
sentative, Colonial Income Tax
Office, has _ retired with effect
from 31st July, 1951. He has
been succeeded in that post by
Mr. W. Williams of that office,
who was formerly a Principal
Inspector of Taxes of the Board
of Inland Revenue.





GUEST PREACHER
AT CATHEDRAL

His Lordship the Bishop of the
Windward Islands will be the



Mr. L. L. Gill of Baxters, St.
Andrew, said: “I think shipping
sugar in bulk is a good thing. It
would be an all round help to tihe
island. For the time being a pie
with the revolving belt system
could be used, but everyone 15
looking forward to the building
of a Deep Water Harbour.”

Asked about his crops, Mr. Gill
said: “The yam and potato crops
are doing extremely ~ well. We
cannot complain for rain. This
week, I had three inches and 10
parts.”

Cost of Pier

Mr. F. MeD. Symmonds, Man-
aging Director of Joes River Ltd.,
said: “Comparing the estimated
cost of building the proposed pier
and the estimated cost of build-
ing a Deep Water Harbour, and
considering the all round advan-
tages which the island can derive
from the Deep Water Harbour,
both as a means of providing em-
ployment and subsequently fa-
cilitating the handling of cargo
when the tharbour materialises,
every effort should be made to
get on with the building of the
harbour. The value of the re-
claimed land would almost com-
pensate for the difference between
ihe pier and the Deep Water Har-
bour. A loan should be made and
the project started.

He said that even if the pro-

posed pier was erected the Gov-
ernment would still have to build
a Deep Water Harbour sooner or
later. The building of the har-
bour would create employment,
This will be its immediate benefit,
but the long term benefits are
too numerous to mention,
«In any case something should
be done to keep Barbados in line
with very modern ports, Some-
thing should be done to make it
possible to ship sugar in bulk,”
he said.

Mr. A. S. Husbands, Attorney
for Joes River Estates Ltd. said:
“Shipping sugar in bulk will be
advantageous. At present there is
too much handling of siigar. With
a Deep Water Harbour or a pier
more sugar could be shipped. I
however feel that Government
should begin to build the pier
with a revolving belt if Barbados
is to ship sugar in years to come.
I am in favour of a pier because
I feel that it is more likely to
materialise than a Deep Water
Harbour. My great grandchildren
may never see a Deep Water
Harbour in Barbados; so let us
get on with the pier.”

Bulk Shipment

A broad Street merchant said:
“We must be prepared to ship
sugar in bulk because Tate &
Lyle have already started to build
ships for bulk shipping. Other
companies, seeing the profits
made by Tate & Lyle, will also
decide that shipping sugar in bulk
is more beneficial and they too
will not be prepared to ship sugar
in bags. When this happens the
islands that can handle bulk ship-
ment will survive but Barbaaos,
if it has no Deep Water Harbour
or pier, will definitely not be
able to ship sugar in bulk, unless
of course the bags of sugar are
carried out to the ships in light-
ers and then the labourers empty
the contents of the bags into the
hatches. This will be a very ex-
pensive and insanitary method of
handling bulk shipment. Therefore
the onus is on the Government.
If it wants to save Barbados from
a fate which might even be
worse than a_ hurricane, they
should immediately start to make
provisions for shipping sugar in

start immediately to build a Dee;
Water Harbour. If this Gover
ment does not make a_ move, |
hope the Government which gets
into power after the coming gen-
eral elections will.see the bene-
fits to be derived.
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pays more. Apart from this the
Deep Water Harbour will also alata a ot x aed J <
reduce the large scale pilfering FIFTEEN MEMBERS of the Second Point Fortin Sea

that takes place on the water- Scouts, Trinidad, arrived in Barbados. yesterday by the

gangs are well organised and can
only be broken up if cargo is re- : pees
moved direct from the hatches of stay here is indefinite as they @xpect to take the Rainbow M.
the ship into the warehouse.” on its return voyage to Trinidad

Asked about the sugar qucs- Fi

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tion, he said: “The obvious thing Group Scout Master A. B. Maul Road
is to build the proposed pier who has been a scout for eight Issue Of Licences of
ad f\ = erv’s

with a revolving belt if it is years, is in charge of the camp,






not yet possible to construct He said yesterday that his scout .

the Deep Water Harbour, What and he re looking forward to I or Imports the
would happen P our economy a very good stay here and that : sixth

if we cannot ship sugar at ail they are hoping to meet most of + J fo

or if we are forced to ship l2ss the scouts oa Barbados Sakits I rom apan

that tihe little we are at pres- going back to Trinidad The local ontrol ffice |} Ki

ent shipping? The Government The boys said that they had an stopped i anh ) vows WA, . a

should always bear in mind exciting trip up from Trinidad. porters who orde r Japanese goods. Antiguan,

that they were put into power The weather was mostly fair and A notice appearing at the Con

> the » for x afte

ein eee Aegan Rags the: sea ee Oe rough to trol Office said no licences for the

Barbadians are to survive some- ey their good trip. , importation of such goods wiil

thing will have to be done to Most of their excitement was be issued until further notice 3

facilitate shipping sugar in Prov ided by the crew of the Rain- Licence will be issued at that

bulk.” bow M. who caught two big office until Septermber 5 for the

A waterfront labourer said sharks and two porpoises. One importation of approximately 600
“Some people seem to think that of the porpoises was 8} feet sons of pickled pork for arrival
shipping sugar in bulk would af- long. in the island between October
fect us. This is to the contrary The Rainbow M. has’ brought and December, The pickled pork
Any labourer that is willing to # cargo of 75 cylinders of gas, is available from sterling and
work can find work. It is differ- five drums of Shell oil, five drums soft eurreney source and othe:

ent if the man is trying to pick of Shell oil, five drums of _regent sou
and choose his job. We can do any solvent and 35,000 feet of cedar

job. If the island had a Deep boards.
Water Harbour and I was not

needed to load sugar on lighters r
I am quite certain I would set Decree Absolute



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ia the Court of Ordinary yes-

jobs unloading cargo from the fs ; ; : en

larger number of ships which The Honourable the Chief “4 » tne Honourable the Chief] 44;

would be calling at Barbados.” Judge yesterday pronounced de- 7U°8G ol Allan | ollymore ad-) g}
mitled two will to probate.| 4



eree absolute at the Court fo TI M M
- Divorce and Matrimonial Cause ere were Mary } 3ascom’s of
IN THE HARBOUR : rae werk cy T. . eae St. Michael and Miriam Eldridge
Petitioner and DeLisle M. Bourne, Reach’s of the same parish

Respondent, .
Flour, Lumber Come Me. W. W. Reece, K.c. in- Schools Under Repair

structed by Mr. L. E, R. Gill of Now that-children are on va

By “Sum Prince” Cottle Catford and Co.. Solicitors, cation, the Public Works Di














appeared for the petitioner? { ment are repairing a number

The S.S. “Sun Prince” Sague- Decree Nisi ha l i been pro- of ] he school
nay Terminals’ freighter, brought nounced on May 25 this yea At Richmond, worl going ot
3.568 bags of flour — Daily Bread Another divorce c which at the old St. Ieonard’s Boy
and Export ‘Wheatland’ brand came before the Hon. Chief school, This is being renovated
—, 13,268 pieces of pine lumber Judge was F. R. Greaves, Peti- The technical classes of tht
tioner and V. Greaves Respond- Barbado FE ning Institute are

and supplies of macaroni pro-
ducts, pickled pork, paint and
enamel among other cargo fron
Prince Alfred for Barbados yes-
terday.

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ent In this suit, decree Nisi now quite settled t Richmond

was pronounced,

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The 100-ton motor vessel |

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terday to have repairs done ‘to

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inica on Thursday afternoon, She

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arrival here on Thursday morn-
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going on to Cayenne, Frencn!
Guiana, to discharge her cargo

The “Mildred Wallace” has on
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line and 25 drums of Esso kero-
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The hurricane wreaked havoc at the Palisadoes Airport, Jamaica’s main terminal,
“Because Barbados has no Deep plane, an Aviana aircraft from New York which landed on Saturday afternoon.

Water Harbour the people have | vividly shows the wreckage of the hangars at the airport. Only one, owned by B.W.1.A, near the

to pay more for imported items. plane is standing and from here service is being carried on, :

Every cent that is paid the lab-

ourer for bringing ashore the item

has to ve adaed onto. the ost Paemidad Sea Scouls Here %arding, Lodging

Case For Re-Trial
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front. I feel that theSe pilfering auxiliary schooner Rainbow M. to camp here. They are oe onourable the Chief Judge
camping at the Scout Headquarters, Beckles Road. Their money Boarding and Loaging
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FOR VOUR TABLES

White Cotton Table Damask White Cotton Table Napkins

54” wide 22” Square. Each 70c. $1.06
Per Yard . wives $2.16 18” Square. Each . 60

White Damask Table Cloths Coloured Border Damask

guest preacher at the ote "Cathes bulk. A Deep Water Harbour is DWELLING-HOUSE | FOR THAT NATURAL VIVID LOOK Cloths
dral tomorrow. crete? Ee ae eae Why TO BE SOLD | vcore Tee | 233" X& 70” Each $4.26 52” Scien: Each . . $3.02
Parochial Treasurer iy io evade. the issue? if itis Pe 4 We atta Dertymoce gavel Sree & fi @ @ @ 53” XK 52” Each $3.21 Multi Colour Damask Cloths
Of St. George Ot posellle tO et ent shoud an order for the appraisement ‘and INS IST ON a 54” X 54” Each $3.47 ‘Square. Each $3.11



start immediately to erect a pier sale of the dwelling-house “Deane ‘ xe

t a meeting of the Vestry of (iin a wolving belt. This pier Hollow” with 1 acre, 2 roods, 27] ] :
George on Wednesday Mr be ae on ‘fied 4 a all the firms Perches of land and 3 acres, 3 @ Pp Rr a a @ WY . Ba Bren, & ~ _ non
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Gonein 1 Week

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es, reoee Headaches
nergy and Roperite, Puffy
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= have or > ee = Nights,
to 7 < chemist for Cystex

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SATURDAY,

AUGUST 235,

1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.







For Births. Marriage er Exgagement
announcements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each

additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508{

between 8.20 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Netices only after 4 p.m.

The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-
eagements, and "n Memoriam notices is
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
for any number a) word# tp to 50, and
3 eents per word on week-days and!
4 cents per word cn Sundays for each
additional word



IN MEMORIAM

. | eepeeenisate camaenpasnesngpediniis

FIERREPCINTE: In loving memory ot
William Golbourne Pierrepointe who
departed this life on the 25th of
August 1947

i sight of home where hub-
y's

Last farewell still lingers dear,

And that saddest kiss at parting

Brings to mind the falling tear.

Evér to be remembered by—Evelyn

Pierrepointe (Wife), Muriel and Manica











Childre: — ,
(Children) 25.8.51—1n | voux Hall 14-6 Apply: Cosmopolitan
ss Garage, Magazine Lane. Dial 3915
ee eee 21,8.51—5n
y ‘
PUWLIC NOTICES “oon aio)
Model in Al condition — Dial 4616
enter per agate line on week-days| Courtesy Garage CHEVROLET Saloon in
s Raiacsim coteens ke lime on Sepdows sound condition — Dial 4616 Courtesy
3 on wee 3
Gad ¢1.00°0a so a ays| Garage. 2 . oe 8.51-—3n
i id 2 iN bp. 1940 Vauxhall, engine in
condition painted and upholstered, 5
NOTICE new tyres,
RE-ESTATE OF FREDERICK ADOL- 1 1947 Ford Prefect in perfect condition.
PHUS CAREW deceased. 1 Dump Pan for heavy duty truck (as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali| MY type, going cheap. Phone 3453,
persons having any debt or claims upon Marshall & Edwards.
or affecting the estate of Frederick SS O-E =e
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in eae. —
the parish of Saint Michael who died in| LORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 1944

this island on the Ist. day of March
i961 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claims duhy attested
to the undersigned, in care of D. Lee
Sarjcant, Solicitor, 12 James Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 15th, day
of October 1951 after which date. I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
estate among the parties entitled thereto
having regard to the debts and claims |
only of which I shall then have had
notice, not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay
Dated this 10th. day of August 1951
JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor, Estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew, deceased,
11.8.51—4n

and that I shall







NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Application for one boy vacant Vestry
Scholarship at the Alleyne School will
be received by the undersigned up to
Wednesday, September 5th 1951

Applicants must be the sons of solici-
tors in straitened circumstances
between the ages of 10 and 11 as shown
by a birth certificate, this accompany

cach application,

All epplicants must present themselves
to the Headmaster of the Alleyne Schoo!
on Friday September 7th 1951 at 9.30 a.m.
or examination



C. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,
St. Andrew.
25.8.51—3n
NOTICE
PAR'SH OF St. JAMES

Applications for the post of Nurse at
St. Jamts Almshouse will be received
hy the undersigned up to Saturday the
Sth September 1951,

Applicants must be fully qualified as
a nurse and midwife. The Salary $56.00
per month

The successful candidate to
duties on the 25th September.

P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Board or Poor
Law Guardians St, James.

assume

33.8.51—5n



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NOTICE
PARISH OF St. PETER
The Parochial Office will be closed on
August 28th 1951.

G. 8. CORBIN,
Parochial Treasurer.
23.8.51—4n





NOTLICE

Wanted by the Vestry of St. Peter a
loan of £1,500 under The Saint Peter's
Parish Loan Act, 1951

Principal repayable by £150 per annum
jiterest at not more than four cents
per annum,

Applications for



the above loan will



be received by the undersigned up to
August 3ist 1951
G. S. CORBIN,
. Parochial Treasurer

22.8.51—4n

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC-|

TATION LTD.
NOTICE

Applications are invited for the} _

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

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O.
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 3lst August, 1951.
Particulars required:

(1) a. Date of birth.

b. Where born.

(2) Married or single,

(3) Where educated.

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

Certified copies of two
recommendations from pres-
ent (and previous, if any)
employers,
Names and addresses of
two referees for references
as to character, etc.
(8) Amount of annual salary
expected,

A recent passport photo-

(9) :

graph,
Note: No interviews will be
granted except by appointment

after all applications have been
considered,
. 21.8.51—4n.

(5)
(6)

(7)





~

Public Official Sale

(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904
(1904-6) & 30).

On Tuesday, the 11th day of Septem-
ber, 1951, at the hour of 2 o'clock in
the afternoon will be sold at my office
to the highest bidder for any sum not
under the appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by estimation 3,721 sq. ft. situ-
ate at Baxters Road in the City of
Bridgetown, butting and bounding on
lands formerly of Donald Williams but
now of James A. Tudor, on lands now
or late of one Goodridge, on lands
formerly of the estate of one Mary
Maxwell deceased) but “now of Daisy
Chambers, and on the Public Road, at
Baxter's Road Bridgetown, together with
the Dwelling Houses,
appraised as follows :—

The whole property appraised to FOUR
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOL-
LARS ($4,800.00)

Attached from A. H. Johnson & Seaton |
of W. A Johnson, |
towards satisfaction,

Buildings, &c.,

& T'tees
for and

Ex'ors
deceased
&e

N.B.—25

ef purchase

Deposit to be paid on day

T. T. HEADLEY
Provost Marshal |

Pro t Marshal's Office

24th Aug 1851 25 8 51—3n





FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 12 cents and
96 “cents Sutidays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: 1950 Austin A-70 (Hampshire)
done 8, 400 miles. Five tyms. Dial 2450.
25.8.51—2n







CAR: One Detge, Car 1937 model in,
good working ition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos.
Agencies, Lid. 25.8.51 t.f.n.

CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
in good condition. Hydraulically operated
nood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 39235 between
10 a.m, 23.8.51—t.f.n.

CAR: Morris 8. 1947 Model in good
working order, tyres very good. Dial
4239. 8. 51-—3n



and 4 p.m.



—_—_————
CARS: (1) 1946 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938





Model with steel platform and in per-
fect condition, Apply: F. E. C. Bethell.
Phone 4184 24.8. 51—3n

ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR—One 6 cu. ft. G.E.
Refrigerator. (Ih good working order),
Owen T. Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial
3299 18.8. 51—2n







SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
M.E.M. 10K—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K
54.54, 203K--$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents

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

HOUSES







—_————
CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali
modern conveniences. Appiy on premises.
3.8.51—t.f.n.

BEDROOM FLAT
(1) One-Bedroom Fiat at “Abergeldie”,
Dayrells Road, from ist September next
Apply to E. C. Field. Dial 4255
24.8.52—3n

cosssencetsetetthtatinicntetaielauatinngecsitantanlasdierasatsies
FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly

built with spacious cupboards, Phone
2280.





“RISDALE, Barbarees,
adjoining Barbarees House.
Stone Bungalow 3. bedrooms = = and
all usual offices. Garage and servants’
room and all services including gas
Also orchard approximately half an acre
For appointment tc view, phone Mrs
Bellamy, 8365. 22.8.51—t.f.»
“POINT VIEW", newly built Bunga-
low, Worthing, Ch. Ch. (Opposite Cac-
rabank)— containing drawing, dining
rooms, porch, three bedrooms, gerage,
werden. Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Bynoe
19.8.51—3n.

——————_____

SEASIDE HOUSE, Maxwell, 3 bedrooms,
lounge, breakfast room, patio, garage,
garden, 2 servants rooms,
unfurnished, Rent $65 unfurnished. Tele-
phone 8580 25.8.51—I1n

“SUNSET"’,—St.

St. Michae!,

Modern











James, belonging to

Mrs. A. C. Worswick, for August and
September only. Furnished.
YEAR & BOYCE,
James Street.
14.8.51—t.f.n.



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

PUBLIC SALES







Tudor Street. Dial 5061. 25.8.51—3n
FURNITURE
“PORTADECK" CHAIR: Ideal for
besch, garden, in camp, on ship etc.

Entirely new in design and construction
—overall weight 6% lbs. Many other
attractive features Contact: S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. Dial 3713.
24.8.51—7n

LIVESTOCK

MARE;, Thoroughbred mare First Flight











by Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply:
F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184
24.8.51—3n
MECHANICAL



ADDING MACHINES—‘Just received
4 shipment of Addo Adding Machines,
Intest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n

ADDING MACHINE—"One second
hand Adding Machine, small keyboard,
and two second hand Remington Type-
writers 14", apply T. Gcddes Grant Ltd.,
Phone 4442,” 22.8.51—7n

"MISCELLANEOUS

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd.
City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F_.N

GENTS BATH TRUNKS: Woollen
Maroon Colour Fine everlasting quality,
$3.12 each. Rush to get your share.
Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street





25.8.51—1n

“KEDDE”" CO2 Fire Extinguishers
Trigger Type—Model 10 @ $70.00 each.
Model 2% @ $45.00 each. Dial 4376.
T. Geddes Grant, Ltd. 11.8,51—3n
PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
eche—Pains in the limbs and joints—
Feverishness. Remember there is only one
ASPRO, 19.8.51—lin













PLANO: One Piano (Jewitt); Apply to
Louisa Worrell, Bank Hall Cross Road,
opposite Roxy Theatre. 25.8.51—2n

PLANES: Just received a shipment
of Wood-Working Planes for all purposes
Laurie Dash & Co., Tudor Street. Phone
5061 24.8.51—3n

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Pristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth
Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-
ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb
Cleaners, Manicure Brushés, Powder
Prushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl
Brushes, and many others.

H. P. CHEESMAN & CO, LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors. Dial 3382,
25.8.51—Tn

RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing
:..,and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7, 51—t.f.n.

SARDINES: Just opened. Genuine
Portuguese Sardines in pure olive oil,
36 cents per tin, Cannot be repeated
at this price and they do not repeat
Arply: Evelyn, Roach & Co,., Ltd., Pro-
vision Store, Rickett Street, or Phone
4672 or 4623, 24.8.51—3n

TYPEWRITER — One Smith Premier
Typewriter (noiseless), one Corona
Portable. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 18,8,51—2n.











WALLABA POSTS—All sizes. 6 8 10 12.
Apply G. Mayhew, Gittens Croney &
CO, Ltd. Dial 4334 or 2382.

19.8.51—4n







WANTED

HELP

COOK—Experienced Cook, female,
oleer woman preferred. For small family
in small country house, Must behave
with dignity and produce thoroughly
satisfactory pee mu iP pier eet

sty and ability. Write Box -
cain, Y ps 23.4,.51—4n











FEMALE experienced in operating Sew-
Skilled pearance. ain

hould y in mn to Pau ns
ec her Jones & Coleridge Sts.
24.8.51—2n

_—_—
OVERSEER; Senior Overseer—Welder.
Knowledge of lathe work helpful.
Apply: Manager, Lower Estate Factory
21.8.51—in





TYPIST: Wanted for oifive or well

established Manufacturers’ Agents, Typist
BC, Advocate.

MISCELLANEOUS

BEES-WAX:
Bruce Weatherhead, Ltd.

WANTED TO BUY

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

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINE out of use,
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets.
21,7,.51—9n.

FPROAOOSROR EATER ARTE 4 05
T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

ee

BICYCLES with Balloon Tyres that
give that super comfort ride.





Good quality Beeswax.
25.8, 51—3n





Just opened by —

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY %)



The most attractive
Lamps sou could ever see have
ust been opened by

JOHNSON'S HARDWARE

Reading |

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

REAL ESTATE

eee

One chattel House in Barbarees Road,
with open Gallery, Drawing room, 3
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices, A good home or Investment

= Small Chattel Cottages, situated be-
tween Browne’s Gap and Rockle Crass
Road, th containing Front Room, 5 |
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices. A good investment.

Apply to WH, Bryan, Roebuck Street,

25.8.51—3m

1 Property in Tweedside Road, with
shop standing on 1997 sqr: ft of land

1 House, In Bush Hall. 20 x 12 x 9.

1 House. On Thomas Land, Clapham,
16 x 9 x 8, Shed 16 x 8 (new).

] Spot of Land, 2,224 sqr: ft. at Advent
Road, Bank Hall Price Reasonable
Apply to Ebony Realty & Commission |
Agency Marhill Street, Dial 5001 j

25.8. 51—2n |

_
PROPERTY: Upstairs house with shop





situated at Eagle Hall Corner. Apply to

Hugh A, DaCosta Thompson, ‘Water

Ville’ St. Matthias Gap, Hastings
25.8.51—2n

The undersigned will set up for sale at
their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge-
town, on Wednesday, the 29th day of
August, 1951, at 2 o’clock:—

200 Shares — Barbados Shipping &
Trading Co. Limited.
Barbados Foundry Ltd.







163° Shares

300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative
Cotton Factory Ltd.

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
22.8.51—6n

reer eneenein
That very desirable business premises
known as No, 22 Swan Street occupying
a corner site and standing on 2520 square
feet of land,
Inspection on application to the tenant
Mr. F. 8. Nicholls
This property will be set up to Public
con petiiton on Friday 31st August 195)
at 2 p.m, at the office of the undersigned
CARRINGTON & SEALY. |
18.8.51—12n

AUCTION |

——————
BY instructions received from the Com-
missioner of Police & will sell by Auction
on Monday the 27th at 2 p.m. Several
items which includes (1) Small Boat, Felt
Hats, several spoons and forks, and other
items of interest Terms strictly Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
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ngster Tells
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| Hurricane



Sa

“BAY VIEW". St. Lawrence Gap. On
| the Sea. 2 bedroom house fully: f-nished @ From page 1.
| best seabathing, immediate possession. Out. The water went off about
| Apply next door, Mrs. RB ne in|? couple of hours after. As a
_. |matter of fact they were then
| BUNGALOW “Confidence” Station Sutout water, light, gas or tele-
in, bedrooms, all medern conveni- | pho: i
ences. Spacious vard, fruit trees. Ist ethics All Ce sizects
September. Apply Mrs. V. L. Gibbs, :
Marichester, Lands End. 25.8.51—2n| He went to the Governor and

they set up an organisation for
getting people sheltered and feed-
ling them. Unfortunately some
cf the schools set up as emer-
fency centres had been blown
cown, The question of food pre-
jFanted no difficulties.

| By evening they began to get
rews in Kingston from some of
tae country districts. . Communi-
cations having been cut they
«ould not get any before. They did
}) ot hear anything of the western
|.nd of the island, however, and
en Sunday momning he got into a
eep and travelled to this area
tle travelled for 320 miles and
i sturned at 4 p.m. This was done
o that he could report to the
Covernor on the situation.

| By Monday morning the Tele-
phoné Company were able to get
a few lines working. The same
morning a Housing Committee
were set up with the object of
helping people to get back into
their homes if these were at all
|capable of being repaired, and to
provide them with essential sup-
plies. With the services then
nroverly organised, it was decided
‘that he should be made free to

|attend the general meeting of the

Regional Economié Committee

“The problem facing us now”,
said Mr, Sangster, “is essential
services. I hope that the water

supply is back again as desired.
Some of the mains had been rip-
ned up. As regards lighting, for

~|the lack of technical staff, repair

men and the like—some of the
areas may not get light for a
couple of weeks.”

The greatest problem was
housing, he said. He expected
there would be no difficulty in
setting supplies of food for some
time, theugh the-situation might
become some kind of a problem
in due course.



50 Killed In
Plane Crash

@ from page 1
Three of,the victims were babes
in arms, Near the edge of the
precipice over which the plane
hurtled into a 500-foot deep
canyon lay the tiny bedy of a
little boy. He was wearing a
bright red sweater and his blond
curly hair was of the same col-
our from an ugly wound, The
rest of the bodies were strewn
around the canyon bottom, mer-
cifully hidden from sight in the
heavy brush of the canyon, Hours
after the crash, Alameda county

coroner men still were at the
grisly task of recovering the
bodies from the scene. —U.P.



The Kinsmen Have
Been Let Down

from page 1
Empire proceeds.”

Lord Lyle’s final words in this
battle of pros and cons are: “Great
acts of statesmanship will be nec-
essary to repair the damage. Above
all is the necessity for a complete
change of heart in our attitude to
Commonwealth affairs, reaffirma-
tion of our faith in the Empire, |
determination to strengthen the}
ties which bind us together and
reiteration of our gratitude and!
affection for those who always)
stand behind us, come what may.”)



Communist Paper
Tells Villagers To
Be More Alert

PRAGUE, August 24.
Official Slovak newspaper
Pravda called for regular patrols
in the villages and fields of “all



Grade I. |
Applications are invited for
appointments to vacant posts of
Road Overseers, Grade I. 1

The post is pensionable with
salary at the rate of $1,200 a year
rising by annual increments of;
$72 to $1,632 per annum.

2. The appointment will be on |
one year’s probation in the first!
instance and will be made sub-!
ject to the selected candidates |
being passed as medically fit for
employment in the Public Ser-|

e.

3. Candidates, who should be
between the ages of 30 to 40 years
and who must have had experi-
ence in road work, must be able
to read and write English, to
keep correctly the Labour and

suspicious individuals” as the
means of keeping away terrorists,
foreign agents, saboteurs, and
arsonists.”

The newspaper said that two
co-operative enterprises in the
western Bohemian towns of Pres-
tice and Brnjirov had been burned
by arsonists, recently and an offi-
cial in Rokyfancy had been killed
by two “dangerous criminals”
who had escaped “thanks to the
carelessness of the local popula-
tion.” He added that “these are
examples of a lack of vigilance’.

Pravda said, “collective security
does not mean unsound suspicion
everywhere and of everybody, but
just keeping a check on things



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Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competency
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trinidad
or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or superior
value issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom or in
It is desirable but not essential,
candidates should have had experience in the management and man-

any part of the Commonwealth,

seuvring of tugs.

The salary of the post is in the scale $2,400—120—$2.880 per
annum but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the scale

ita point commensurate with his

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out in the case of officers recruited from overseas an allowance equal
to the difference between 10% of salary and rent paid is payable to an
officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an allowance equal to the
jifference between 10% of the salary and 5%
of furniture supplied in Government furnished quarters is payable to] « .
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whose family resides with him or $30 per month in the case of an
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later than the 7th of September, 1951.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Grammar School, St. Vincent

Applications are invited for
the posts of Science Master
Mathematical Master, and two
Masters for General Subjects.

2. The Mathematical Master
will be required to teach Mathe-
matics, and the Science Master
to teach Chemistry and Botany,
up to the Higher School Certifi-
cate Standard,

‘$. Applicants should be Grad-
uates or holders of the Inter Arts
or Inter Science or Higher School
Certificates. The salaries offered
are:

(a) For Graduates

$96 to $1920.

(b) For Inter Arts ete.

by $72 to $1440.

The commencing salaries will
depend on experience and standard
of work.

4. Ability to take charge of the
Cadet Corps will be taken into
consideration .

5. Application should reach the
Edueation Office as soon as
possible, as the successful candi-
dates will be expected to assume
duty at the beginning of next
Term on 10th September.

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ith August, 1951,



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DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
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Engineer

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

The post is pensionable and the
Salary will bein the Seale of
$1,728x72—2,160x96 —3,024x144-—
2,456 per annum, A commencing
salary above the minimum may be
paid to the candidate selected if
his experience and or qualifica-
tions warrant it.

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

3. In other respects the appoint-
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first appointrnent,

4. The duties attaching to the

‘post aré to assist with all works
‘of maintenance

and construction
of the highways and bridges of the
Department, the technical, admin-
istrative, financial and disciplinary
control of the department; also
to perform such other duties as the
Director may require from time to
time.

5. Candidates should possess a
Diploma or a Degree exempting
from Sections A and B of the As-
sociate "Membership Examination
of the institution of Civil Engin-
eers with at least two (2) years
post graduate experience or road
engineering and surveying.

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

7. The successful candidate will
be required to pass a medical ex-
amination. He may also be re-
quired to serve and reside any-
where in the Colony at the Gov-
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mitted to the Colonial Secretary
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1951



Worrell, Weekes Smash More Cricket League Records

iP iy Yi . i ae eae ray : 5 ag a
Ramadhin First Bowler ‘To The Man Behind:

' Randolph TURPIN

Take LOO Wickets in 195

August If
i

A REGULAR RUN-REVEL at Bacup saw more Lea





record : ites Clyde Walcott in his last report
Alley of Australia and K. Parrington shared in ar
unfi { nd of 237 for Colne’s second By I
he pres s best of, 234 in 1919. Alley’s 158 not out is I
ighest score so far in the League and a new dua
record for the Colne Club, sai

















By GEORGE WHITING

A SIX-FIGURE business, its sole assets a set of nut-

brown knuckles, opened it
Turpin knocked Sugar Ray

books the night that Randolph

Robinson off his world cham-

piohship perch just over a month ago.










5 ; . ide Lasi Wednesda the 23-yenr-
- — 2 cy old head of the corporation wa
' . waving those knuckles from the
deck of the Queen Mary. He wa
off to the United States on a little
nee job for the firm—a return fight
’ with Sugar Ray that will ng
{ “Licker” Turpin and his associates
‘ an immediate return of £40.000
I f profe from purse-money and film rights
t And that is, quite literally, not
the half of it. -Y will be guilty
of no exaggerat f you estimate
that the Turpin till will jingle to
the tune of £100,000 in the next
Six me nths
Rose Cohen, queen of the Inter-
3 : national Boxing Club's New York
oe rr ; c, hi told a friend of
start ‘ at Turpin v. Robinson may
roues ' easily revive the rictous days of
did no I n 1 the million-dollar “gate” un-
for th At known since Joe Louis Was in his
! < prime Block bookings to the
value f £200,000 are already
! taken up
, Britons will be there by the
oung Martindale vundred. West End clubmen and
Â¥ i i ' nae for S. RAMADHIN Mothers have chartered airplanes to
ah noaee t them within cheering distance
’ . of the Leamington Flyer at the
I YS ‘fe vl hictic Meet New York Polo Grounds on Sep-
a : . 5 tember 12. Members of the Queen
ir ( n is the on of d roy . :
f : k » aise Elizabeth social club, congratulat-
; ? : ( * ; fs lanine d Vo Raise ing themselves on the circum-
ae : siete . ‘ . * stance of time and tide, are sav-
: f ‘ 5 he 7 , I i i uinds Lo Aid J C@ ing up for bunches of tickets.
¢ l fare badl ! the t i ‘ Correspondent) 210 1s. Seats
Rawtenstall attack and were all LONDON, Aug. 24
out for > rur Ros larshall, dhe quarier mile of the century Sun-tanned socialites in the
ho is not having a iccessfuk May he staged in 1} land on South of France have bought up-
to Tribe fos a Sepremper iy in aid of tue Hurri- wards of 600 ringside seats at £10
rit finished with 62ane Relief Fund, 103. a time from Jack Solomons-~
ets for 27 runs in 8.3 overs. Plans are now bei drawn the British promoter who having
ir Rib ile League, Der- ‘up for a battle of giants between launched ae as a a eeenccat
by three wickets against Arthur Wint, Herb | ran) s and given him his world chance
The tatter were all out for Vincent ee » McKenley and coiied with him on Wednesday

) easy paced wicket.
three early wickets

One big snag is
over

getting Rhode:
to England for








rwen the race it
uding their professional Ken h re were gyaranteed by o
kards who was out for 5 runs, ganisers of the meeting there
but they managed to pass the would be a considerable cut :
score for the loss of seven wicket mount which could he hanaed
over to the Relief Fund Bu
Worrell I fare could be guaranteed by
Frankie Worrell broke the Cen- some firm or outside agen A
tral Lancashire League batting Indian athletes here re
record last Sat 1 with a vinced that the meetir would b
brilliant 123 not out against Little- a “sell out”,
borough. He has four more game Even now the meeting will have
and is looki forward to reach= plenty to offer, for beside Wint,
ing 2,000 runs. Radcliffe had no Bailey ang MeKenley severel
difficulty in defeating Littlebor- othe top ranking English star
ough by 7 wickets. neluding mile champion Banni
ter are likely to take part

Ramadhin’s 100 Wickets












Sonny Ramadhin is the first
bowler in the League to reach J ‘
100 wickets He finished last BOYS’ CLUB
Saturday with 7 wickets for 42 CRICKET MATCH
runs, making } total 102 with
four matches to be played. The Bay Street Boys’ Club will
play their first ermecket matcn
Marshall 100 against Y.M.P.C., at Beckle
The West Indies XI played at *08d at 1 p.m, on Sunday
Leigh against the local team last Playing for the Boys’ Ciub us
Sunday, The West Indies batted B®. barker (Capt), E,
first and after losing their first % Pollard, J. Callendar, ¢
six batsmen for 50 runs, including “iarshall, B, Herbert, I. Cadogan,
the wickets of Worrell and $ Aileyne, C. Thompson, b&b
Weekes, Marshall played one of Wilkinson, Leroy Edwards
his best innings for the season, ahanien
seoring 103, eut of a total of 174. ae sj A ora
The local teany were all out for 1S M.C.C. TEST IN

72 due to fine bowling by Sonny
Ramadhin and Ellis Achong wha
+ook 6 for 22 and 3 for 28 respec-
tively, :

The West Indies play at Darwen

CANADA OPENS

VANCOUVER,
stage was
rirst

Aug, 24
set on Friday







next Sunday. ever played in Canada,
A touring Marylebone Cricke
4 : Club team will meet a re
. = =e ) “I sentative Canadian J
Dick Sav itt Kk or U.S. Sperine. at 1 15 n : apath ing

on Saturday,

- .
ennis A crowd for Canadiar

ms ‘ “ ericket, possibly 4,000 to 5,000
Championship

expected to attend the Test
(CP)
NEW YORK, Aug. 22,
Wimbledon Cham pion Dick
Savitt topseeded over defendir
champion Art Larsen for the

record








Soccer Results

Amateur Tennis champions LONDON, Aug, 24
Not since Don McNeil was by- Results of soecer games playe
passed in 1940 has a_ previous In the United Kingdom on Thu









nat al winner been passed over. day follow: —

Savitt was chosen becatise of ENGLISH LEAGUE
his fine pk in winning both Sets
Wimbledon and Australian cham- ipmil vee ue 1 (Tie)
pionships. irs¢n has been pia Doncast ‘ Bnvete ss) Bla
ing poorly. burn Rovers 0.

Dori Hart Wimbledon’s Everton 1, Brentford 0 Not
woman champion, topseeded tingham Forest 3, Southamptor
among women for the champion- 9
ot ei es ging at Division I

. be mes . Rol , ‘
Dupont who won the title last june Wanderers 0, New Cas-
year did not enter. oe United 0 (tie) Chelsea
- aie. Arsenal 3. Huddersfield Town

Manchester City 1 Manchest

SPOON SHOOT United 4, Middlesbrough 2.

aii Pts : Portsmouth 1, Blackpool 3

There will be a Spoon Shoot } preston North End 3, Charlto
at the B.R.A Government ‘Athletic 0, Wolverhampton Wan
Range to-day 1 pm. The jterers 1, Derby County 2
Ranges will be 300 and 6004 . (cP)
yards. >, 91°



in the role of guide, philosopher
and artful old uncle.

Even Ras Prince Monolulu will
be there, That picturesque selec-
tor of horse-flesh burst into a West
End restaurant the other day to
announce that he was spending
£150 on a transatlantic trip to the
Turpin corner

And Turpin himself? Many
things have been happening to the
sepia warrior from Hanworth
Road, Warwick, since those cho-
colate muscles of his made an ex-
champion of Robinson

And I do not mean cheering
crowds, the flash of camera bulbs
handshakes backslaps, mayoral
receptions, autograph books by




the thousand, requests to open
horticultural shows, or even ex-
hibition bouts of £200 a go. That

kind of stuff is tinsel to the new
Turpin, the picture on the box,
the “front”.

The Whisper

Two hours after Turpin had
beaten the ego out of Robinson, #
dozen of us sat down with the nes
champion to a celebration suppet

Prescott, at 4 London hotel, and my nei th-

bour—a tall man, pink-cheeked
smooth, bespectacled, fortyish
leaned over and whispered to me
that from then on, he would be
responsible for the new world
champion’s “exploitation’

I am afraid I did not pay enougn
«tention to the information
Which was very remiss—for the
whisperer is a man of whom the
sporting world is going to hear



y © quite a lot before the Turpin Tai
cricket test match

is ended.

Mect 41-year-old Leslie Salts
who began as a comme reial ari
student at Liverpool at 5s. a wé
who ran an advertising \
profitably that he finishec
director of 14 companies whose
products he publicised; who
cleaned up £100,000 from a holi-
day camp at Morecambe; who
bought a pseudo-historic castle on
the North Wales coast and turned
it into a good enough money spin-
ner to enable the boss and his vi-





vacious brunette wife to spend
their winters abroad.
A courteous man, a cute man

d and the man who now shapes the

- “exploitation” of Randolph Turpit
The champion’s boxing career
remains in the hands of Georg:
Middleton, the quiet little Leam-

ington grocer who has managed
Turpin’s affairs since he left the
amateurs five years ago, Midd!

ton says whom Turpin shall fish
and for how much,
1 Outside of boxing, however, th
colection of cash from the midal
weight championship of the worl
has become the responsibility o!
» ~6council of four—Turpin him
eldest brother Dick, manazer
Middleton, and Leslie Salts
This is the team that went int
action the moment referee Eugene
Henderson pointed his pencil a
"Turpin as the conqueror of Robin
son, From then on, if you wante
Turpin to open your sale of work
“See Mr, Salts,”



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The Turpin Tie

Business was brisk from the
start. Down at Gwrych Castle. at



LESLIE SALTS

Abergele where Turpin had train-
ed and whence he returned, they
took on 30 extra staff to cope with
the crowds. One of them a mathe-
maties student, was roped in, to
take charge of the pets’ corner.
Ten thousand trippers had their
photographs taken with the new
champion—for cash, Between
spells of posing with mum, dad
and the kids, Turpin went off on
a 3,000-mile trip to take part in
exhibitions—some _ strictly busi-
ness, others to keep faith with old
pals.

Soon you will be able to wear a
Randolph Turpin tie or a Ran-
dolph Turpin shirt—or byy your
girl friend a scarf with Randolph
Turpin’s picture on it. Teen-agers
will be telling you that the most
fashionable sports equipment has
Randolph Turpin’s signature em-
blazoned across it. If you are of
the inquiring type, you will be
able, a little later, to read the
book of Randolph Turpin’s rags-
to-riches life

Stage, screen and radio agents -

have been raising their ante al-
most daily in a frantic endeavour
to join the band-waggon—only to
find that the Turpin Team, for the
time being at any rate, have their
own ideas about commercial en-
tertainment.

Turpin turned film star within
a few days of whipping Sugar Ray
Up in Warwickshire, and with his
15-year-old nephew——Dick’s son
playing the part of the schoolboy
Randolph, they have been shooi-
ing scenes of the new champion’s
cuff-or-be-cuffed youth. Turpin
himself has tn. turn been made up
as a builder’s labourer, a groom,
and a Royal Navy cook—each of
them a real life role from pre-
Robinson days.

The Cigarette End



The half-hour film is completed.

Soon it will be accorded joint pre-
mieres in this country’ and the
U.S.A. World-wide distribution is
assured.

Big money, really big money, is
just around the corner for Turpin.
With a stack of new silk shirts,
his first set of tails, a bunch of
boogie-woogie records, and a few
well-chosen words to the populace,
our Randolph is on his way to the
stars.

And only his intimate friends
will be around when he slips away
from the back-slappers, slides a
surreptitious hand into an inside
pocket, and gropes for the solace
of less affluent times—a cigaret
butt from yesterday.

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NAPLES, Aug. 24.
Canadian authorities officially
turned over the first part of a
150,000 ton gift. shipment of arms
for the Italian army, sufficient to
equip an entire infantry division.
Communists made no attempt
to demonstrate against the arrival.

Boxer Turns
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The once popular Lightfoot Kid
known outside the boxing ring as

James Arrindale Watkins told
the Advecate yesterday “I am

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PLAYING with only ten men Harrison College suf- through with the ring and am The port area as for all ship-
fered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Queen’s College of British now studying modern architec- ments of arms arriving in_ Italy
Guiana in a football match inthe School Triangular ture and mathematics. was heavily guarded by Italian
Tournament yesterday. James- Watkins has just com- ldiers and riot police There

- " The teams were: — pleted a course in designing 2Nd were no inci ients. : uP
At half time the score wv! garrison College. Smith, Mor- building from the Bennett —U.P.
two—nil in -favour of Queen’ jicon Forde Simmons Griffith College; Sheffield. The forme OT
College and about 15 minutes pion’ witlar Py Tud H SS a triple crown champion of Bar- architecture. ed Cctisce
jt play had started in the Jas . illiams, Tudor, Hope and bados hag travelled extensively Six months at Erdiston ee
second half, Moore kicked in the Carter. : Bacct and while in the Navy in Trinidad were spent in lectures in cratts
the third goal for Queen’s. Th: _ Queen's College. ne a urge came to him to study manship, pe IS,
other goal scorers were leit Branker, Owen, Phillips, Wong = = eee
winger Bud Lee and right winger Moore, Lee, Chan, Bishop, R. Lee tn your looks
Phillips. and L, Lee. { For the extra confidence in your 8
The, game was slaw throughout - 7 ——ESES— DRESS
and the pitch was soaked due to CRYPTOQUOTE No 7 | 1
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er, finding himself alone on the
ball kicked hard in the goal.
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vas well placed,

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renewed efforts by the Harrison
College players to press—Queen’s
College again scored and _ thi
time it was right winger Phillips
who kicked well away from
Smith in the goal after cutting
in from the wing.

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forward for Harrison College had
a splendid opportunity to opes
the scoring for his side when
finding himself unmarked and
some feet from the goal but
he kicked the ball yards away
from* the right post of the goal.

Shortiy
receiving

after chis, Moore, on
a pass from one of his

backs, ran down and scored the
third goal for Queen's College.





What's On

Today
Victorian Exhibition at the Bar-

bados Museum 10 a.m, te 6 p.m.
Police Courts and Juvenile Court

‘0 avm, ie aoe
Fyeld Day of Rockley Golf ub
shooting (B.R.A.)—Government

Range p.m.
The fourth series of First, Inter-

mediate and the fifth of Second
Divisions cricket at the various

grounds 1 pm,
The games are;

FIRST DIVISION
Wanderers vs. Combermere—Bay
Spartan vs. Empire—Park.
Cariton vs. ¥.M.P.C,—Carlton,
Lodge vs. Pickwick—Lodge
College vs. Police—College

INTERMEDIATE
Pickwick vs. Wanderers—Oval
Empire vs. Spartan—Bank Hall
Regiment vs, Cable & Wireless—
Garrison
Windward vs.
Congo Road

SECOND DIVISION
Y.M.P.O. vs. Carlton

Koaa
Foundation ys.
ation.
Leeward vs. Empire Foster's
Central vs, Wanderers — Vaucluse |
Compberntere vs. College—Com-



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Aquatic Club “Anna And The
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Abbot ESTABLISHED 185 SATURDAY, Al OUST J.V Communism Blamed For Oil Break-down Stokes Back In London s>i win n (R\ AltTIII II GAVISRON) LONDON, Allj;. 24. RICHARD STOKEa. Britain's chief negotiator, blamed "Marxist Leninist" theories, formulated behind the scenes by the Iranian leaders, for the breakdown of the crucial oil talks in Teheran. He said, however, that with good will on both sides there was no reason why a solution could not even tually be found, although Britain would await Iranian guarantees of acceptable working condi tions for British employees before re opening any talks. Hew into IiWidflB. ai .-ilcd on her lawyers t. the dispute tn*ueh her have failed to solve. The legal IHMrti prepared to lernaitlonal Court H IfUC for %  -'•ill." Slavs Rej eel Jap Treaty By IIH.IN HSIIIK BEUiltAOK. Auk .. .i.t wusounce day night that she will Hi attend the Ja p an aaa pea. • oniercoce In San fram %  %  mem was carried by aha otftctal news "Tanjugf*. "Taniug" said Hint Uw di.'a* nol contain blefa tweet n V via** "signitUiint Inten which could nol be settled I lectly with Japan. —I'.P. Express Trains Crash; Killed tarn, xpraaa Auu. 21 Two express traim TUMI* here kilhnu eight persons and Injuring -40 others. Official* %  aid the P into the rear of the A • the tracks a few mlnutl n %  %  literally U s soldiers and Ih* wife "( ooa servii i among the injured. Ttv i il lO Paris Tha A) f ranged to evacuate v "" ,,ir to .1 mtli'arv h^a%  "* %  % %  _V.P. TO-DAYSWEATHER CHART Sunrlw 5.50 a.m flWaMll P.03 |> m. Moon: New Moun Septembrr 1 I ..Mm. I [i : pm M.l, Ilde: 10.14 a.m and 919 |i.m. laaTide: 3 31 a.m. and MS %  i,l Atllctbeard a apart from Richard stokes. %  i m of UM Iran oil talks, thai %  Hi lam No in Dowu%  %  i \ • I 1 %  thai he had %  % %  %  it amp ilflp ivhlppad up by Iranian %  log to dead with mn who %  i %  onallsbiai the oil I lynin and %  ; Order Refused apt an order from even weeki ago ihni production aha I %  the two countries tried Ofl the methods Of ",itiofiuliting the milliard dollar Anglo-lranlan Oil Company, Stokes.nil the* Iranian people have yet •.... % %  • *. :• able dilTi i in UM appl leas. -.at the main obstacle to breaking the was how to handle thi %  faff at Abadnn. the world's largest refinery. Britain wants working conditions guaranteed British management. Iran in*lst* that the British oil lUff Indirectly responsible to the projected -.. %  O S ro p oosd the appointmenl %  >( a ritish general managei of all oil pi oil %  %  : ray. Iran's Premier, elol iecte.1 this hul offered %  i iposal — v.r. Hurricane Blows Itself Out! 192 Dead t AADJHAI Hi o Aug. 24 The Mood caused by the hurrl.<'. persons dead and missing In this small railroad town in miles sresl of Tampu-o M.i %  %  be at ea of U children and "very old poopa i i been r. 1 ib• sxpressed Uttle hope for 14 % %  i Known dsd here brought the toll exacted b> the hurt ntlniAtn la] di ibroughth. Caribbean Sea, tha Ouli of Msra> M The ioo r.->! long i srtbca dansoaked i. : ..-„ rail %  0 %  20-foo: wall The hurricane which bad cut oi Taapfco ofl from outide the world fnr 23 hours blew If out against IDS Sierra Madre mountains. Garcia Ramos salu tocna of ihe flood rlctfan drowned whin the water cascaded %  htle they %  knocked flat by the lores) Of I fiwKt and drowned. -.tk* ii with what i the) bad salvaged Into the Sierra Madre mountains to ait until the hudi water recedes. No Water Kail hues running across the dam were washed away halting uam amice between Tampico and San Luis PotOSl. There were) other washouts in foothills but j authorities said working crewal %  •'< ntptlng to restore ihi line id M train was made up at -'., %  I !' %  i .,nd prepared to leave bxLa) f Cardsnsa with medical supplies, iiocton and Soon as word arrives It oan set through to the stricken town Tampico is still without water supply for 90.000 residents. Robert the United Press Mexico City Bureau and the ool) wire service correspondent In Tampico durum the hurricane said those who had not caught rainwater In their washtubs. were drinking beer and soda water. I'KlLT. Fl\ : Jftismen Have lltT'ii Lei Down Says Lord Lyte (Fran "nr *'*xn t Mncpoiideni I LONDON, Au: | WO CONFLICTING VIEWS on tl Cub.in Ti h the eyes of an to the Brilish public tod : %  and "Ttltgraph." Tha wrril t Mr. H. R. Ooto, -1 member :. • .-. • iof the Empire, Lord Lyle of Weitbouni*. Our 0( theUM pi.-tur .,,-i hit lr Ct. 1, Of E',l KlllK %  ib.do> .how. lo whj'. pxtoin i'iul4.< %  ;, Ma lha .\rt\ocatayesterday. Mr. Sangster who ia pleading Ihe R< % %  Cummitter nt Hftstii g rfci I was held up In .lam i MGOIinl Of the huiTicani' a'ni was un i ftd th< Executive t'ninmlttec meel/.\r; l the R.E.C. "I which ho is also n member. He anived here on Toeadaj Police Keep Oat Bnttertlea Prom Goverameol House S. Koreans Hittine Back it Fifty Killed In Airplane Crash U\ GLEN sr\( KHOUSE DECOTO. California, Au K TRANSCONTINENTAL Unil D.C < : ii airUner crashed m a burst ito a hilltop near hera %  ': Id i il ncludi children. i airlinei u overcaal f>i landin 20 thi north % %  ad i :• % %  • The plane wai irrying 44 pa %  shx on ;. Right that had I [aaaachuaetta, Thursday night. ir. I should I' f deatl % %  nil vtosonce bul in my whole time In K es U Ing which struck %  %  sets) of hare I a) uttei sthtfiieat' ho died rawer knew Slulin Livefl ; War Is Intvitalilr BYDN1 M %  B %  itulatlon %  he could el by using 1 I 1 M critical pei autumn of 19 thousht It miR'Ji i %  %  • %  we will I five Explosions TAt I Augu %  the Unit* U estimated at $1,000." %  suv i II UW 'nap of .. '. you can li in your %  %  I %  %  Xationalitits Bomb Port Of Swaiow HONG KONG. Aug 114 Unconflrmed i, %  %  %  %  ii two sir raids in three days on the i bin s nunurt port of In .lfiian.f <>t the requeal that they do not attack tinChinland. Four planes were have) made the lutcM at[MB on Tuesday. Reports from Km China said .... Uract UtS on waterfront warehouse*, destroying a large qiian>*it and raw materials One repOfl said that 400 persons e killed or wounded in the :.tin In l • ;. i puuM % %  rnackian Communist sriiPpin in s %  %  %  on the opp*it I %  —t'.p. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ( ihe Irarrt | %  "STUPlDsTY" OENI %  F %  n obecurltv for bein loo He admittctf hha called as chief Polish novernment but "thai Air old stuff—It occurrt| two ago" He said It was a roul —t'.P. J # on pmgr 7 150,000 Party VENICE, Aus J4 ,, irdlUonaire Carlos I is planning party tm IIMJ gua warm" his $1,000,000 palace. i Invited guests lnluded tiit Duke and Duchess ol lhah of Iran. In,.;i ..,',, Tyrone Po< Otto Of Hapsburg, thi Kj-iaii— : Iluw many of those invited will attend i-. inK known n.Befatsejur wantparty masquerade u> mark :\ annlvaraarj of the rounding ...hi of Venn.' the eighth century. After ihe masked ball Nicre will be lit —f.P YUGOSLAA GOrr, l>A IIXKHIMW TO STOP /\ WASHINGTON. Aug. 24. The r .s state D< %  v %  %  nl Hsrrhnan %  %  I peeled to an B Igratta on Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund THE "Advoc*le" lund l.r ii,. relief of the l.m.n ., • uil.ri i-, opened yesterday n.il ihe It.ird ni.iAdvorate baa tontrlbulrd J1S0 0O Arrordlns to rsble advkcsi i fruas Jamaica yeaterday rMMlltloiis are becumlni wane sa Ihe ttsures from out parishes reach Klmston. Organisation* %et up fr relief are tr>liwi to keep pare with the drmand hul outdde I|. is euirntlal. In other colonlra oubacrlp. Uwn* are Mains quick)). IIMI VIII I OVIKlnl 1 ED YET? Carry or send your ron< trlhutlwii to one of thr Bank* I oi to the Advocate Oftirr lit case of I'I-IS who SMH [ mone> or ihequeii In esled envelvpes, Ihe name I JAMAICA i I I II I H'NIi should be rlrarly marked an the ouUlde Big Cheques For Jamaica "Oui banana and cocmuuit crops r.\ damaged," he %  aid ''Ntnet ban na II an I > fiit of OUI to turn the COrnt I %  %  J %  • %  looking fora bright future with the %  i>iir tourist IndusU oui agricultural utdu ti %  TWO of the I i jeart Kingston and Iforanl Bsj in St Thomas. .. T y. ill take a ii r Einiston \ be repls b. dy yet kno ws adsa^ ejUSGjWla LONDON. Aug. 24. Money and supplies for jamal 8 Hurricane Relief Kund Contuiued to come In to-day Aftci yesterday's £5,000 from Lylc and £1.000 from Cuotii, further sums umouiitn.^ I £0.000 wenSI These include £3.600 paid Into Barclcys Hanks by individuals. 2,000 guineas from Buok< i Brc I £1.000 from UM ROS I "inpany. Further Int. ch eques era expected next sreel The Elders and FyffN that furtbar caaas of ;tlnned lOndsltifTs have been pttHI Arm in Manchester and that the Women's Voluntary Bei three bales of blankets which will be snipped in ihe Arlgaanl on Monday. A Working Committee of which Sir John Hugglns. a previous ti famaam Is Chairwere tn-day making arrangement to COlllH't flllri EM 'urlher goods. nODI] BQd materials. value of trie dnmaite done if. was glad to say Mi.it there had been no pan laced up to the Situation ill K""i ptrit. and vmoavei m any way dad %  moat volunwe bad warntni but I do not thins sd Ih il U efl %  httrrlcane would hat s rible Tne i("t Ci i and provlsiot. for hi']', and other buUdlngt AU pre> caulionar\ SMaSun : %  rfcane was the worst pan "i il and lit" 1 'he seventy of I I kept up. notl Eleil of Kingoton i .e ? POF r-oi Hundn I %  daj night' 1 %  %  I %  piii Qucen"i %  %  %  Kitdu< tn exhaustion whik 1 %  %  %  % %  %  %  ..i ,i rheen I ^ : i fa d harsl %  % %  the Loluny. i %  %  %  ; held lam bj ... proval nlstt J l(s K K %  | lighl U.N i I %  Vengel %  %  %  %  %  %  tie east %  I %  %  Re4i t Hill %  nd inn si I0JM p m i %  %  'I pin. kmkfil omlnatlnt IH ii : lil ... %  %  .'!. I-nth V %  •i 'hot Rlvei lei I p iiidgwsw laturdaj — IP lnimii r rurrt Drivf IH For T'clatl's Gtitxl MAJOR srf/vr PORT-Or-8PAJN, Aug. 22. Trinidad*! drive aualnst prohibited immigrants was •Hithm-d b] Deputy imrnigrMMW Officer as "one' undertaken in Us Colony; but at Us ... %  i %  Pt % %  % %  srUI i the aonner • id it will be bettei th.. d tr.e best inter*: %  %  %  [can be considered sen'ii i together. Pakistan Does Nol CaWe Tor Indian Mublims WASHING l'. A Muslim mernbai "i ih< i .ihument said in published be • on 11 I'JKI-IHII wants '" occu] mir to %  improve her 0 The letb ihe Waahlnston faul v. :> %  M ) Ans/ai i v. ho %  nim.elf u> "nne of th< M members of the Indian Parlla%  nont". ii.i i*.' | the lend the World Vout! Vork H ild hi %  en \ :iypi,t. the i %  existing between India %  tan as a Hindu-Muslim profan bat Use Pali %  •gainst II Fortv will resi*t P might i ponstblUty Pakistan u i gad % %  1.000.000 Kashn _r.p. Will \sk For Peace Talks TORY* I Au i %  18 I prnbabl i i ime armiatlce talks. Bul OUP %  %  •i rtotes %  I III.I... I. I...I until : onunonwi tnown fai I i %  %  %  -1 >.in tin* i,i %  %  %  %  i i %  %  %  %  %  1 %  period %  11 assat Saw \K bud* I %  | ., %  ,! | %  UquMatlon %  %  %  % %  # lb. nave 7 %  Th ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night %  %  i Kim ii Sunj %  %  I i i %  %  -. %  "sattsfs . %  %  ; %  nd IM. ni • %  I Ftldgway %  %  was rea> I %  I %  1 %  omi of the II" Hirohilo Unlikely toAseume 'God on Earth 1 Role TOKYO, August M the revival of his old exalted| v hen i. Hlrohlto, who repesiuon. Japan sjuld tours %  'hat such S moi the Allied occupation. .hkeiy after the pee ,,,iy. but Japan's ne %  role -i.-t lha! HirohiUllki neei ""''''' ln|itx-*l him Of all I i lhai any such at rnment and luheile.) v the Emperor "n out of Saw then h* I Manv foreigners intniwd | ,\ax„ that utlon that tl id see." 'ionably ha law him th* G tnnt While the whole atmo The japarur* point oul th*t thev are able to loo* I him diaround the Emperor has been used. e^ %  en JI the Emperor did long for rectly. and eve:. -. -Waxed lonjideiably, he la titl . to M r f "god JaaeuM se he qw PLAYERS CLIPPER CIGARETTES,



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I'M.I I in i; It Mill \l>( is ADVOCATE SATVItllW Ml.lsr J.V Iffl BARBADOS fc.1 JMMMKTE tioaJ i Hnf>U Sliirfl:i> Attend %  "'• 1 1 1 I \ it Is tail that t St. Michael m oi good health to bo held by dairymen and places; but tins system ol inspection d n %  There are certain Im I tribute to an Incl MMd City come from oi „ inconvenli lo return tobrea living makw eaalet for wort in. pared at home. Bee., a notable increase In the numb houses and restaurants la Ihia Cltj trade also. Bui if these admit ol safety i betas Authority it Is i legislation. Then la nothing lo prevent • ir conta 'king md tried Bah %  l idding ami other articles ol lood prepared by them al home. The only demand from them at nt is .• hawker'i badge The "stock, case" on this point is that of Iba w who sold pudding and souse for .illy put down her ii..;. t„ i, : it was soon found her Brat child, a boy had been ill and from tuberculosta. After her second mi found thai her second child. %  gh died [ng from Ih %  L that she hud remained h '• itura lo this when Hie woman I MM % %  I a li i %  led T B. by eating from b Nowadays %  ni ''' eontan li itii iretls '**• era who ail in the ;iil. yi and slda roads In Broad Street A fm women was seen In a side street in i' p %  soaking aei cabbages with Ihe water from a dram pipe i Her Intentioi bul merel) lo keep the . Ighl up; bul II %  not need much Imagination lo realise the harm which mi| hi have been done. A there is a practice now for them to DUl ii-uii and vegel to pu1 ini.--ie'i* is i"i holding refuse which i Include can i,i be claimed thai im K I or ml trull and vi getablea will be d'" mindful of the i ii % %  • bul it ll becai. rani oi unmindful people thai DOaltiV* pTO" musi oe i !''• I i 'lie protiction i health "i the community, it must i left lo chat Bducatj :i can do much i.. remove these ill until tin • reaches so hlgl move away from the negatl' dksi.. i with the Sanitary Authorial in proteel selves and mics and regulatli i dial'. vei I | front handling public food. t. ^ %  ^ %  v^ATitFr' -Kin lie Hailed The *Citizeii Kane' las; %  Ullix H MIIt.K i I :.. %  %  %  I'M.i.'. i %  '' %  %  %  %  ; i i.siiAY—I have discovered an tnaecl which does not i w poftfonbi I drownin j to till Bylnfl Insects, it putt Ihei ;* I'Uancously. %  ini and I'll fur.viir." [dent McKii.!1801 a %  %  jMtdfl lt.;.ist v.ji.% liurnci ID II • %  %  ltd tu lnr "" %  lain ll.it when the US entered U.h. entered %  ( %  %  ..1 am3f 3f M r pen %  • Hearsl 5*1 A ^{!l BDNESTJ \\ -! uprising lo find how IH3 si-nl him Into tne wildi lofSei Simeon, I hodraL" The San Simeon ealiii.%  i i*-ri.aps by, JUV And if. In 'i %  pleasure i %  I JI ill inn i i %  % %  %  rHEBE, with flv* aooa to com-; Htm I %  Anuriean InuBna, n powerful but i Lot : %  ... I %  : %  nUnued to urea: "Get > — %  the pur .... ta*. act" and to %  report Vr1...;. .1 ,.1 | IIHMI WILLIAM I:\MXII.III in w:-i IVHA1 l LOOK %  >>' %  IN \ rOVNfl M\v I III I ...... ... i .1.. II ..;• il\ It %  .! I. -. Ml 1 I irtvl • iii IOI h, Kp r*elh r |li. i,niHifi-.it! 1% III irl.i.ii IIIiliril. III 'i i. III nul Ui be di* ...I rjOBM -is sJBlshll M '•• %  had Kl illMTl|| • %  ,. us r lifr. *<. i .n is in MS.weitl Utfl uhuM.. > kS h • atefkl Bag no m.ii mil i m i In vtotk V. r -mi -ids in *r>J mil able way l ineml lecea MI. i-It makr for r*rrpli";i> ,t i urn -Titrilrrl tlu.ite' I I WOI i T --\. in reeai nwn : II >m MMt br hater I d in i .II r inrs.nl UI-IIIII M %  'i \\ tllliiiil i-rr ,.i I.. r nil withiiul thu B %  I Hill.' -Ti. § > NOBODY'S DIARY N! S'DAI :i r if it would be exp%  I,, u i chnM to Ihe %  %  has been record %  ..-. % % %  ... %  liave no desire to! piojiramme and, I part of "Bringing Chi rl ice MONDAYcan friend ol mine told rne that it Jamaica would adopt the A hnique <>{ Barbados! ity to lament over NOW OPEN!! Minn KMSI n \\n u i.i v STOCKED WITH THE man BAmu or noons \I\IM Ml SIAIIOMUV >l i IS A V The miracle wrap with a hundred ut.es in Kitchen and Home HYGIKNIi (IKKASKPHOOF. MOrSTUKEPHOOF. KIHKPROOF, ODOUltl 1 K | i cd and uncooked foods. l lineal cookiiiK! %  '. larder. Moulds to iiny shape and requires no lying nor fastening. %  washina-iip and MOUHNH to tpe Wlnhnurp. DUY A BOLL TO-DAY. Kiilu WILKINSON & HAYNF.S CO.. ii ~,,.i w. >:. 'Heaven i i L many neglected spots there ore In ,i nrmll island like Barbados. Tindistrict between ii Poinl Ughtl : Silver Sandsj i' Hist such a spot. There are a few scattered houses in the district but hardly any i %  T roads and at the moment one of the, Is 1 I been ruined by a com-1 binatton of rain and lorry traffic. • • • il l.'Mi^ it there is to be a> i'r. Malan's South] African policy on Saturday morning. Couldn't the sponsors "f the March have! thoughl up something that would have 1 hurt South Africa and rot Barbados? FRIDAY—Jamaica has ss^sanenoed a tsjnible hurricane and I have | pf o se n tunenl that vre are not out of dancer yet. m that I have just learnt that 1 was at the winning end in %  small way at the rsjc" nt Barbados Turf Club meetln OFFICE FURNITURE by VWhl.l Sill I IH\ I III. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. I lie Man \Vh Has Leaped To I ;iine 11 iIII One Hook CANADA OPENS IP THE WILD II* Kl NNI IM I.N W nd 1,1. |V i • them three ..... S.. be Ina tonaai astinf lM The foreword ti< In. novel dark ud Im'• %  tMul dJ %  rather %  • clpUne and coacentratioo, tin %  %  ..mi how %  %  i nikiv in '<" thetlaed i rant* a neck up ha The leek ol dttdpl % %  lo ihe AmU ;i from Ihe nech wtcan navj i %  ->,• sonic but "thOM Mo were 1144 thought Moneerrai Queb hltfh-arada f*aM hat iMin-in,. ran h \.,-,, .-,,K. ..< u. ,.. ihryiv u, ,u can '" broughl %  in KinTi.iini been choseo |, M he n the Bvlearn^ liW-mue railway is to he run north to hmi the ]**i ,.i Dlrecdour and Hnn| chronicle i a of United dom in AIKI II IDS TO HI: BUILT W(,,; I .iiia on 1: M millii bich is likely to be ltd industrial In the Coromonweatth. 1 'in the three-yeej leak <>i ponlng up the wild. Inho %  M the bordi rof L ibi %  th-eastern the Iron-flelds. Terminus >t the line will be t, mi which construction has begun, %  n-e I'l'Mlm .' %  ;. %  mouth of the Si Lawrence rivet .< porl ivhich can %  n ; %  11 the winter with .ui Ice-bi Tii Years' Work win be built .a regular I .-i' 1 '. "..-; -II | — MM-1 —"B" — %  mil %  .i.h tilt. a .li,.v. will .wallow up the onc-iuKtit lumcy!easl hn '* "• the i,6fi million. At peak, 3.' At peak. 3,000 i tm "f %  South Afnc the r . %  | held evei rinee In 1!UH. Depend What You ii, i.i.,-.. The VI ." %  '''."' ">'. 1 v< ippeared, a coli i ; % %  ], irilnni; the oiic-nicht !'"'".' pkrwd on the construction itid fi bride, waa frank Dnough WIWWUCTIOIH tahelled '^enaa u o n al." He then beI, >,K ~ Ae IV.it.st K %  ;i,i 1 r "' n Cruel B; (( f 1954. or in 1955. ironu h> move out at the rate of 10 %  tons .i me Ideal witn oi literature, and bnhr two war urfu rarrll 0 T -.— i. u. ,', ., 8 H imil*< %  >• %  .<. A ji >ro rfln,rn <*Later it is hoped to doubli %  %  u> Arms figure > '" %  tented AkUngton^s Death of a Hero bava i^mdon i. ,, bearer, ever letfs&ed him. Of tho lateM v, lv i,„„^„j _mi i IN i American novel <>i MM warfare,. ,. %  i waaVt The Calne Mutinj he eayi "It'i discovered In HILadjoining territories ol :. v v i.,....r.M. Maurice Duplex. M go bock lo Itofor ll,o N. rim Of .ruHny . 111V WO'ftlsD < 1PVRIOHT RIBBRt ED HJWIA' jiDohv&jah HALKOTEII— in 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 D4COVTA fc CO. LIB. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT .i year, according to the present i^*'^^-*^^* t ^^^*''**^**^^^''^^^^^^^^^^*'^^^*^^^^^^^^^^f, ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SNACKS Six hundred rniUion tons of ore have be j %  %  H %  garden .t:.s Oil IIKi-uiiVrs *;•> WUIeading Mil I .'I i odenl in thl i %  ,• buth to the C %  made %  %  %  %  %  %  %  N neauwt* %  II i %  %  i %  wr ho%  %  %  Voler PMo %  %  %  %  Veathi %  %  %  %  t %  P • %  %  ATOH. i d Mek IH %  %  Ih,Orthr i>f Si. Me %  I \r I um' %  %  SIH The gad with %  Cunu | fl N Dr H. Haro %  ^1 32 %  %  .... ^.. u „,„ v VK1'H..V|,1 I i V 1'i.iiinr of Quebec, told the Provincial I.. I; latUK In February. ;t •nines was a mall, i I Ihe international situa!; in ni. lie Hid. I 8 i.s.A. si i-i'i v ommum Discovery of Ihe fields means that Canada | will become one of the world's greatest pro'; f ore. ;* in view of \ ippliaa i the high gradi Hi Ida ..f MInnnsmi the J United States chief ., .) ,. i i( t %  S i sion of the air-magnet *J Tuborg Beer by aircraft hunting U-boats ;I nwn put I I Thuiisatuls of square miles have been cov!; In parallel Iii 8 ir.ile apart 500ft. up. traili'. ( | | ': FOR SNACKS Crackers Canadian Red Cheese heddar Cheese I'heddbr Cheese Cheese in Tins %  rxitcti Edam Chce*e Worthing; Golden Tree Beer MEAT DEPT. •tables SPECIALS i 1 Jam l'i tin Ri.>ipborry J 11 tin Orange sTan Kola Tonic Sl.oo per bottle %  Pineapple .48 CEREALS .11 -I UtltlVH) KCI1OR*S Corn FI Kellog's All Oran (ju.ikcr Oats inifTed Wheel PrufT \V Hem? Spaghetti & Cheese ;. l/i'i\/ — u/ OEUVER I


Barbados

Communism Blamed

For Oil Break-down



ESTABLISHED 1895



Stokes Baek In

(By ARTHUR GAVISHON)
LONDON, Aug. 24.

RICHARD STOKES, Britain’s chief negotiator,

blamed “Marxist-Leninist’’ theories, formu-
lated behind the scenes by the Iranian leaders, for
the breakdown of the crucial oil talks in Teheran.
He said, however, that with good will on both sides
there was no reason why a solution could not even
tually be found, although Britain would await
Iranian guarantees of acceptable working condi-

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Out: 192 Dead

CARDENAS, Mexico, Aug. 24
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tions for British employees before re-opening any | Mayor Jose Garcia Ramos said the wreen® aa ca, | Mente
ies o children an very fi ll B hf respect : * eeu
__ talks. old people” already had been re- iL ing ac in hequire t he
_ Stokes flew into London, as| covered, ! he Times captior Mr.
ritain called on her lawyers to] He expressed little hope for 14 EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUART etter, “Lettin ( c
a Ss e ject: toke over the dispute which her} missing ERS KOREA, Aug. 24
V iplomats have failed to solve} Known dead here brought the Sout Korean fores battled i} J
The legal experts prepared to toll exacted by the hurricane tcl jesperatel to recaptu ’ i
i peal to the International Court] 192 in a five days drive through the One of the irst pictures to reach Barbados shows to what extent buildings were smashed hy the lis from which they | ‘ Y fhe Facts
a rea ct Justice jn The Hague for a]Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mex- hurricane which hit Jamaica a week ago. Most of this residence, situated in the Mountain View ania; a olaleds rar Lou
“definitive judgment.” ico and into Mexico. .et.on of Bast Kingston and St. Andrew, was broken and scattered "Othe 3 p tacks ¢ ing t nigt ‘til '
The ,100 foot long earthen dam (Other Pictures on Page Far the thwest United] *Us Anh en
By HELEN FISHER s Fring Minister Clement Attlee|soaked by heavy hurricane rains 7 Nations jet fighter b« mbers caught} ‘at until tha ve
BELGRADE, August “ j beard a first hand report from] collapsed yesterday; also a 20-foot Ty, f > Cammuniate t ta fey o jaranteed uy eve

Yugoslavia announced on Fri-| sa uinet Minister Richard Stokes, wall : yf I olic hs Ke ep Out phe: icros the Chonct vel ommonwealt igar
day night that she will not at- —e Lord Privy Seal, of the break-] The hurricane which had cut 4 - aon n daylight narks that it appears to be a li
tend the Japanese peace treaty} own of the Iran oil talks, then|the port of Tampico off from out- oT ‘A NI Butlerites Kk rom U7 cleiie® data gae chown sack thes the os
conference in San Francisco, The} called a meeting ai No. 10 Down-|side the world for 23 hours blew ra l 4 . cyed at least 100 Communi as found it neet
Government announcement was|ing Street to face possibly grave|itself out against the Sierra Madre G , i -a | vehicles, 28 barges and stack uban sugar, often in ex
carried by the official news] consequences. mountains. Garcia Ramos said THE EFFECT of the hurricane damage on the economy! overnmen! Ouse olien .carbeth batle 00.000 tor tipulated
agency ‘“Tanjug”. : i ek }some of the flood victims were CE {CT o ; ‘ : yas cadet ae eae E resent agreement, in order

“Tanjug” said that the draft} Stokes flew in from Teheran and|drowned when the water cascaded of Jamaica is going to be very serious, Hon. D. B, Sangster From Our Own Correspondent), vs ng oul ARS yen fi caplanent: Yeu: cameesin
treaty does not contain any pro-| drove straight to Attlee’s country|into their flimsy huts while they ; , PORT-OF-SPAIN, aug it a} Gawn against North ;

ew hi ; , home at Chequers a visions which concern Yugosle- iome at Chequers. At the airport'!were sleeping Muar c B : he Com
via’s “significant interest’ ar kes told newsmen that he had] Others were knocked flat by the Mr. Sangster who is attending the Re gions al Economic] of whom had taken pare in Mon ptured hills o ‘ ‘ om the Comamot ,
which could not be settled di- been ore nee " campaign on “ the onrushing flood and Cotsitithee at Hastings Hou e, was held up in Jamaica on] day i a to 9 . ay wee nd ¢ ae fi ae aly 2m a ae ae map
rectly with Japan, —U.P. [of hatred, whipped up by Iranian | drowned. : account of the hurricane 4d was unable to attend the|®" Fernando, marched to Gove} icurs earl See a ke tional a eskiniie :

fanatics for 18 months, and had Refugees were taken with what : ,jermment House from Woodtor re on “blo ricdue ( ernatio igreeme t
been trying to deal with men who/| Possessions they had salvaged into Executive Committee meetifg of the R.E.C. of which he Square around = six o'clock of wing to the hea ca ble t ecut
Ex ress Trains pnvisiones nationalising the oil|the Sierra Madre mountains — to is alsc a member. He arrived here on Tuesday Tuesday afternoon but. failed to| dicted on Reds by South Kore it
p | elds on the pattern of Lenin and| Wait until the high water recedes. } —_-——- -- — get into the grounds despite (Wc}in their original capture of 3 5
i any ¢ ” a aa ee eee é é ~ Sf encire ients the Queen heights earlier this week Mr. ¢ rv
° Marx without any ractical ex- No Water “Our banana and cocoanut crop encil lemen of 4 eights earlier i :
Crash ; 8 Killed |r rience. si | Rail lines running across the | Ad J oere wan badly nee he Seg a ah eatin heron he rhe ridge lies north of Yar rence to th a rat
: dam were washed away _ halting} | vocate Jamaica saic “Ninety per cent of our]‘O force > ay OuEgh: 3 ght miles above the 38 1 \nglo-Cuban dea ut Le ‘
METZ, France, Aug. 24 il Order Refused train service between Tampico] | R lief Fund ban’ na crop has gone and about] helmeted policemen armed for + the eastern end of WV igorously selzes upon tl Sper
Two express trains crashed jand San Luis Potosi. There were | ele un ' 50 per cent, of our cocoanut crop a ) sail Paap ss eservols Communist ancl t. He say Developi th
m ili aj Ts . ile B ‘rites fi uO the wi lt nt 0 4 , . i rv i ymaica h bee
near here Joh ne se Gerciaix Iran refused to accept an or-|0ther washouts in foothills but | "THE “Advocate” fund for| | This damage will greatly retard eile aah - ois ei while their | B¢ first assault at 9.30 pam. Thur ar industry in Je vaiea
and injuring 40. others. Bete {| der from the Court seven weeks authorities said working crews the relief of the Jamaica our progress, We had just begun] Apo Gorvant. the Hon. T. U. B.| #Y and drove uth Kore ealt a ‘ and
Oe Eee eee tee Aguaterdam{2s0 that production shduld:con-pwere sttempting..to. restogs: (he, |. eadtecane opened yesterday, |to turn the corner economically. Buticy drove in his car in front,| {em the erest an hour anc a hall cult to see what we shall gai
> ardat eer " ° B ove 1 this i t 0 eturr sir ( } «
into the rear of the Amsterc am | tinue while the two countries tried | line. : | cain tig Radin A We were looking forward to eee ee Fira eatin sechans tater: 1 I st ly hoy
Basel express which. had jumped A relief tr ag d at) an e Barbados Advocate haracterised the 40-mile proces / + | Casino pnt alll h ali :
rs ay few minutes earlier.!t@ agree on the methods of na-|_ rs _ Potosi ae AHA ay te , has contributed $150.00 bright future with the develop-] jon from San Fernando — t Reds Take Hill Sn a ata Sur
ther aid ihe last. car of the| tonalising the milliard dollar An- rica me SR ah aaicemtnko oite | According to cable advices ment of our tourist industry. our] port-of-Spain in protest again North Koreans struck at a s¢ Bg oe A aed
é i as a ae ne hae aye . a : § : I t a het ate td ren et of
Amsterdam express was “literally eee oil iene ic aon medical supplies, doctors and from Jamaica yesterday agricultural industry and other] :he Government and the handling nd hill at 10.30 p.m, and too! @ damae by Sea f a yall
torn to pieces.” : tt ten rae High nieigs Rene ata nurses as soon as word arrives it eT the 2 ee major industries f the _ermeprnsion question” by] the sumit within an hour, Farther djustment in tobaceo du
ave ; ays ¢ he P ae . ic j Governmen deter » r )

Eleven U.S soldi s and the able difference between practice }¢an get through to the stricken | j ie m Two of the hardest hit areas| “woes | (eluate aul thse daiviah it a determined North Korean Dealing with his ow il
wife of one servicemen were|ory eons in the application of |town. \ out parishes reach Kingston. Sere Kingstan aud Mforent Bayi ares the Woodford Squa cunter-attack at 9 p.m. knocked] jo ho afters no Mis
among the injured, The men sta- eit akan applice Tampico is still without water | } Organisations set up for re- w 4 “ igs fo! 2% im fae vi Port-of-Spain, a tremend ™S} South Koreans from a dominating LAKE ened ates
tioned in Europe were en ioute) Py supply for 90,000 residents. Robert) | lief are trying to keep pace i 7 aren ee angst. | crowd shouted and cheered Mr | he ight west of Kansong east coast it during the in th
to Paris. The Army quick'y a Stokes said that the main ob-|Prescott chief of the United Press | | with the demand but outside It will take a considerable timc] Butler when he jevelled harsh | tony, ra ey ’
ranged to evacuate Argerecan in-j|ctacle to breaking the deadlock |Mexico City Bureau and the ae } — + ar arcs wo as Pies en to be replaces. a cyiticisms at the Government of Govsivnimiite: nies iSnenee 4 oat e peric . eee wen +
jured by air to a milttary hcs-| was how to handle the British|wire service correspondent in no e ynele sa ee ody ye now; at exactly is| the Colony. mes acelin th of. Kamaone |." rch ‘ood firml ‘

P pital era, staff ‘at Abadan, the world’s larg-{Tampico during the hurricane said tions are the value of the Garhage done”) “He annotincéd the Hon. Aubrey Re promt hit Kumsony by Settle and ensured ner the bull
—UP. |ost refinery. Britain wants work-|those who had not caught rain- HAVE YOU ONTRIBUT- He was glad to say that there|] James who later pledged to stand} oii f their precise at a price _
ing conditions guaranteed by the|water in their washtubs, were ED YET? had been no panic. ‘The people|by him even if he was alone tian ty teas us Shoot ee hat o ae ne world
‘ British management. Iran insists|drinking beer and soda water, Carry or send your con- faced up to the situation in good| fhree minutes after he had eee Stars disrupted a Communist narket, He also ac x at durin
TO-DAY S WEATHER that the British oil staff be di- —UP a __ iM ek spirit, and whoever could help ered mare Paid s ar ceetes ane tempt to ferry supplies acros | een se x ae y of 10
RT y res sible to the projected or le Advocate lee. In} jin any way did so most yolun-| “r. Butler nem a ee awn ons River swollen ne yn aid to foreign pro ul
CHA | rectly responsi! fA 4 | cas f th h ~ ° va k ed him while the crowd n ’ ie t} ‘ t
7 vas a National Iranian Oil. Company mY . ° ase 0} ose who send tarily “We had our warning 1 tone ae ‘ typho
et eer ace |The British negotiating mission ationalists Bomb waney oF shogun 8 sealed but I do not think anybody could | shout ach hen u in aj | ; hin Ry
. wert. Aer. . |; proposed the appointment of a ‘ - envelopes, e name have realise > effent « prova thle ‘ i ‘
Moon: New Moon Septem- \ British cuieea Deacons in eee Port O Swatow JAMAICA RELIEF FUND! oye re Aline d oe the eff at of the Liquidation
ber 1. | ( should be cleari iad ; hurricane would have been so ter- Blaming the British G
Lighting Up: 7 p.m jef all oil production operations, th tsid arly marked on rible. The Red Cross had beer > fant ant
ue i. ~ : . » : . me . ie te lear Pea ag) Gia Sl iti( (SMC llUIC QUlUm lll ll, UC or enterir nt ‘
High Tide: 10.14 a.m. and || Put respons mb Uae pees HONG KONG, Aug. 24. eee organised and provision was made ic wav. i % ions w ithout even « ne th
9.19 p.m. eee cee ce eee wees _ Unconfirmed re vorts said ae — nnn | fOr chelter in schools, churches slonies wre’ tousl } }
Low Tide: 3.34 a.m. and 1.42 liected this but offered ng counter St ppp aadn Tee tbbak Ohana es eee forge oy ,) that “the liquidation of the Brit
‘ : ‘ ‘er{/two air raids in three days if Ber heendeea ahaa and on ‘ ™ : .
Pat proposal. the Chinese-Corenunist port of Big Che ues cautionary measures were taken I eace ‘a 4 &% @ On pace 7
—U.P. Swatow, in defiance of the request ‘The first half hour of the hur- ‘or 4 - , *
that they do not attack the Chin- F J rican dh ; 4 |
A e was the worst part of it TOKYO. Auvust 24 i
ace . . fg rer 7 f sust Y4
; re ese maintand. our planes were] MOE JAMAICA [hi had'ine seventy ot his peri RELIABLE SOURCES sald Generel Ridey | The “ADVOCATE”
; ra . f J if ae ity kept up, nothing would have beer RELIABLE 5 HCE aid Ge é vic ‘
4 tack on Tuesday. aire 3 (From Our Own Correspondent) fett - Kingston.” 9 ‘obably will send the Communi pays for NEWS |
a3 Reports from Red China said LONDON, Aug. 24. } o ingston. the next 48 hours probably will & ‘ hr id 3
that the planes scored several Money and supplies for Jamai- aro gent BA pe Ppeavgist formal offer to resume armistice talks, Bu ures ey ( Dial 3113
direct hits on waterfront ware-| ca's Hurricane Relief Fund con-| oy, ones er Said that he wa the message will reject the Communist protest against th D .
: _ 2 houses, destroying a large quan-|tinueg to come in to-da Atte; (caught out in the hurricane bul 8 bing” of the conference city of Kaesong—prete on ay or Night
4 it ane I as tity of goods and raw materials yesterday's £5,000 f Wats 4 managed to get back to his home yoMbInNgG ' ‘ i‘
One report said that 400 persons}; ys , rom ‘fate and \44 Kingston, which the Reds have suspended talks
; i: were killed or wounded in the oe and £1,000 from Caroni, The hurricane started on the The Supreme U.N, Commander
By GLEN STACKHOUSE raid. In an attack on Sunday sev- urther sums amounting to oyer | iday and by Saturday morning| received the formal Communist
DECOTO. California, Aug. 24. en Nationalist planes were said Mee were eeetar a to-day about 9.30 o'clock all lights went| Protest through liaison channels
1 TTTN r Tos is herria 10 paar. to have attacked Communist ship- nese include 600 paid into 7 : 2 n Korea this afternoon
A TRANSCONTINENTAL United Airlines D.C. 6 B. ping in Swatow harbour on the} Barclays Banks by individuals, @ On page 7 General Kim Ul Sung North |
airliner crashed in a burst of flames into a hilltop near here} southeast China coast opposite} 2,000 guineas from Booker Bro- ls Friday killing all 50 persons aboard, including several | Formosa. “eS thers and £1,000 from the Royal in Chief, and General Peng eh
: . 7 7 — 5 ry . , . ai .! 2 f une
‘ drei P. Mail Company. Further big » uai ommander 0 a
children. See wre ce ee ey tel net wet| Pakistan Does Not Jtcrces in Korea charged that a
The huge airliner was letting down through a heavy The Widers and ¥yiles report i : United Nations plane | ed

overcast for landing at Oakland airport 20 miles to - $50 000 Party that further cases of ;tinned Care For Indian Kaesong neutral eon Wee ies

north when it missed clearing an 800 foot hill by only wus A ioodstuffs have been promised by . 7 na Sees @ delegation”

feet. The plane was carrying 44 passengers and a crew a VENICE, Aug 24 2firm in Manchester and that the Muslims ;

sfx on a flight that had left Boston, Massachusetts, Thurs-| Spanish millionaire Carlos De wellected tse” ela plan. WASHINGTON, A aset Mall t Kae ie ting

y nig Beisteguy is planning a $50,00U ollected three bales of bi an- ON, Aug. 24 ease ire talks at K x ong De nding
- i uri I have just recently returned| Party for 100 guests to “house- kets which will be shipped in] A Muslim member of the]a “satisfactory reply” but added
(from: nine” months covering the] warm” his $1,000,000 palace. the Ariguani on Monday, indian Parliament said in a lctte. oe af our hope Ba al vice ne~
, i vee (7 7 ae. haves It is said his invited guests in-] A Working Committee of which|publisheq here on Friday tha. | s0Uallons proceed smoot anc
> ® § c . 3 B > ) ‘ . : < easc wD \ 1
Stalin Live S3 W ar | Korea Sf eath and violence but cluded the Duke and Duchess of }Sir John Huggins, a_ previous|Pakistan wants to occupy MKash-| ?"! @ beh am 1 hott ne : ie Lut o
. y whole time in Korea Windsor, the Shah of Iran, In-]Governor of Jamaica is Chair-|mir to “improve her own posi-|“¢ceptable to both, sides will be
Is Inevitable teat, wa ate eee grid Bergman, Tyrone Power}man were to-day making ar-|tion”, The letter published in} “yii0" siete Ants Wate dl Gate
| € % oh ae 4 ‘ { Vivien Leigh ‘and Sir Laurence rangement to collect and despatch |ihe Washington Post was written | , ut pg sett F Nea tev eld Kaas)
SYDNEY, August 24 he et ae Huth seas ae Olivier, Archduke Otto of Haps-\further goods, money and by M. I. Answari who described iad teas A ( mee ainintat ink

Navy Minister William Mc- Bee arated The aR Dos the outs the Aga and the Begum] materials, himself as “one of the 36 Muslim] joint it was believed to be far
Mahon said in a speech Friday ai om ae Ab HMaREALs Oke ot Khan and_ Prince Aly Khan— members of the . Indian Perlia-| from “satisfactory.” In a state-

“So long as Stalin lives war is mn Sei i Probably the without Rita Hg! Bohkin ited “wilt i eg ment” ent issued ‘Thursd nid-night
inevitable once we, show the} Utter destruction. DaDLy How many of those invited wi ce yt ae atts ; aie os
slightest sign of weakness or cap-| persons who died never neve attend is not known. Immigrant Drive ee 18, visting tie We. to bl eae ead ail ven Dlg
itulation.” He added Stalin’s poli-; what bit them. De Beisteguy wants to make « ’ * teng; the World Youth Assemb!) WERE vaca tdatek: avatar Wromilit
cy was to take whatever he could ; iki thy oe live i party masquerade to mark the Is For . dad Ss Good which met recently at Ithaca, Nev | 18h eee 4 a tee eae ay
get by using satellites insteed of | © x ery eee, ahs e a es anniversary of the founding of York. , ar were not from
resorting to the use of force by | prepa acne ah yt ee oes" |the ancient republic of Venice in He said he was “pained” to ob. | VOMDS- Ree ie yi coalead
Russian’ tre tne ne xt oe ses te init he eighth century. After the MAJOR STENT serve’ many Americans “ove Bes : nplic é. oS : , ae ( conte 7

McMahon said ties felt the rere y~ eee ats happened! masked ball there will be fire- (From Our Own Correspondent) simplify the current tensio | 72°C ita Gory eet Pi pec app
critical period would come in the | !ust like the snap of a finger. works. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 22. | existing between India and Paki ot ve ra ich as ba aa
autumn of 1953. Many Bg Viewimz the scene you can —U.P. Trinidad’s drive against prohi-|tan as a Hindu-Muslirn pro pe 5 oxi fc areas akc,
thought ‘it might « earlier “If |almost review the crash in yee — bited immigrants was outlined by} jJem teat! tia cenae it sitari a breal
‘we are not prepared t 1953 |mind like a motion picture e my a Major Fred Stent, Deputy Immi- : : hat F iS Con ;
we will have called down war on;huge plane smashed into a bill - YUGOSLAV GOVT. ASK |gration Officer as “one under- een a Ahainas 4 ¢ oi ito.enid ‘te - deaat that-t)

re er adi . . Saae “ : “uf ate ; é yn-Muslims will b idio sa in a bros iat t

our head te | top a 20 ; rg yeahs oo brow of JIARRIMAN 10 STOP IV i in — oan interest of the against’ the whole of India io-called raid Va he I
PB. | the JU 20 feet between life olony; sult a 1@ same time a ae E fi sy and. thorot lw vidiouts

at por d must have keen going WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. |3Â¥mpathy is felt for those who], Forty million Muslims of lnc 9: tke Cou have

aid 7 2 na: OF The US. State yee jhave, since their iJlegal arrival, | Will resist Pak po Peo tayed in their effo i

Five Explostons Pavey said on Friday that a visit by |P0ved good law-abiding citizens.’ might I say with full s tact The broad igh

Pease tebe Des ae ol 4 : “elt H vf 1 ‘ Y hi A He said that Federation wil)|°Ponsibility Pakistan is not inte : serie of Communist — prote

TACOMA, Washington | ler gauged ere aa a we re mee [ie and the sooner the better}ested in the welfare of 413,000,00 against alleged U.N. violatior

rs nee | blade yen ane by ne Yugos!av | and it will be better the day wher |Indian Muslims nor is -~: a
Five . explosions “¢ ! Government _ Harriman 1s ex~ | tne best interests of each islanc }more interested in the welf to win back ome of the

Friday aboa un like ’ 3. pected to oe in Belgrade on jcan be considered sensibly by al! }3,000,000 Kashmir Muslim lost their o biunder
Being ; hn ot th ine’s wing is visible] saturday.— together. Lay UP. UP
the United Ste e | line f I wine vi ble a ‘
is estimated at }on ene f the crater. It swept me
P ithe s an of grass leaving Hi *
i ’
oes" Hirohito Unli kely toA ‘God on Earth’ Role
“STUPIDITY” |shape cf the wing in the gr yund.| ir 1 n ] O ssume oO on ar api « }
j
EVA. Aug. 24 Lea ee th other side of the fire- TOKYO, August 24. |the revival of his old exalted| when he on one of his numer-j shackled by nume

Jules K: mo Suchy, Chief Polish; ackened hill you can look down’ Emperor Hirohito, who re- position, Japan could not risk the|ous public inspection tours jand much of the ren
delegate to the Unite Nations | the path e tt _by the hurtling/nounced his divinity at the be-' effect that such a move would | | peri 4. household 4
described a3 “stupid iday| wreckarve, It is sewn with bits|ginning of the: Allied occupation, have 6n the public — of the Not only did the Emperor re-| tape Many Japane
reports that his Gove mee ane ces of airolane and pas- is not likely after the peace world. Besides, the Japanese in-|nounce divinity, but Japan’s new | cigners feel that
fired him and he is p f Pr v6 An army jack re to assume his former role sist that Hirohito likes his new | democratic postwar constitution) more forrnalits f
obscurity for being too = in the middle of theicf “god on earth.” Prominent! status and enjoys his new role in| stripped him of all his powers of some of the old
ized”. 2 an's shoe | Japanese Say that any such at- the postwar Japanese picture government and labelled sien (itn, se ie not 1

He admitted he I lies on th 1 itempt by the Emperor “is out of Since then. he has heen hu-| merely a “symbol of state.” Tt tions peor le
called as chief tk even dirty. A ! the question.” Many foreigners manized” and “popularized.” A specifically tates that “never has Pe Resid dest
Polish Government ; ped is on the ground. Air here agree, but caution’ that the vast ‘number of Japanese unques-/shall he have poi related to traits. Recentls
old stuff—it occurred two montt letter’ re , t wn nM mund he| world can only Vait and see tionably have come to view him the Government.” buy a new United
38 ania tt Wan aes fides fe A ndfu} . rneqy; 1 entirely new way now that While the whole atmosphere to replace the old

er re me —UP | ea ; Dre |_ The se point out that y are able to look at him di- around the Emperor been | used CIGAR TTES,
ee @ on page i even if peror did long for rectly, and even talk with him relaxed iderably rer i til | @~ IT. —U.P


PAGE TWO



rere ee

Caubh Calling

M*: JEAN IVERSEN accom- FRIEND*

panied by Mrs. FP lever Mc
was among the passengers




img for Puerto hico yester y
B.W.LA. They are en route
Florida where they will spend a
short holiday with Mrs. Morgan’s
relatives. Mrs. Morgan will then
be returning to Barbados while
Mrs. Iversen will be going on to
Montreal returning to Barbados
in time for Christmas.

Back to Trinidad

RS. BERTIE SPENCE and

her daughter Joyce who had
been in Barbados since July 28th
on holiday returned to Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA Joyce
works with Alstons in Port-of-
Spain.

Barbados Holiday
R. TOMMY ROBER''S §ar-
rived from Trinidad yester-
day by B.W.LA., intransit from
England. He has come over on a
visit to his parents, Major and
Mrs. ‘Bob’ Roberts of Maxwells.
With Lago Oil
M* EUGENE GOUVEIA who
works with the Lago Oil Co.,
in Aruba arrived here yesterday
via Trinidad by B.W.1.A., to spend
two weeks holiday staying with Uniike many children in Barbados, this one-year-old boy has been











Mr. Ulric Nascimento of “Hill! brought up to treat dogs as friends and not a8 potential enemies.
Crest,” Hastings.
thy Bate, Gueetly comes ‘Three School Teachers Mainly a Holiday
— 'M nth FTYHREE, Queen’s College mis- N ENGLAND for a short visit is
Two ontns tres ¢ arrived from England Mr. C. B. Mathura, a Member

KS, M. LEONAKW and her py the Colombie on Wednes . of the Port-of-Spain City Council

two children who have just Miss J. Watson, daughter of Mr. since 1944. Among his other ac-
come down from New York, ar- and Mrs. Watson of Searles, Christ tivities, he is Editor and Publisher
rived from Trinidad yesterday Church, has returned to take up of The Indian. Although this is
morning by B.W.LA They ex- an appointment as Science Mis “mainly a holiday,” there are
pect to be here, for about two tress; Miss J. Piggins has come several matters which Mr. Ma-
months, staying at the Ocean View out from England to teach Domes- thura will be discussing with
Hotel. Their home is in Ciudad tie Science and Miss E. Arm- officials at the Colonial Office.














Bolivar, Venezuela. strong has returned from long S. A.F,A. Secretary
Leaving To-morrow leave. f RECENT arrival here from
ISS MARTHA SETZER, a With Barclays Bank “X Trinidad is Mr. O. D. Ross
schoo] teacher in the U.S. ISS JOYCE LUEZ who is on San Fernando. Mr. Ross is

who arrived in Barbados on , the staff of Barclays Bank He snorary Secretary of the South-

August 5 to spend a vacation at jp, Port-of-Spain is at present ern Amateur Football Association
the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. Mc- holidaying in Barbados. She is He is the guest of Mr. C. Smith,
Conney at Maxwell’s, will be re- que to return on September 2nd, Headmaster of the St. Matthias
turning to America via Puerto an active member of the Portu- Boys’ School and Mrs. Smith of
Rico tomorrow. ruese Club in Trinidad, she is Dayrell’s Road.
Annual Vacation one of the founders of their re- Was Here Last Year

R. TONY COZIER, son of Mr ently formed ladies’ basket ball ALAYAN BORN Stepher

and Mrs. Clyde Cozier of elub. Miss Luez is staying ‘at N
“Lyndale,” St. Leonard’s Avenue, Accra Guest House
is due to leave for Trinidad today Water Polo Enthusiasts 150 miles inside B.G.’s Hinterland
on his annual vacation. He ex- R. EDDIE TEIXEIRA and Mr. arrived from that colony | via
pects to be back by September M Leonard Ollivierra who had ‘Trinidad yesterday morning to
$th. Tony is with the Canadian jee holidaying in Barbados since spend two weeks holiday in Bar-
Bank of Commerce here. August 3rd, returned to Trinidad bados. He was here in September







From The Bahamas vesterday morning by B.W.I.A, last year for a similar stay. He is

PENDING a few days in Lon- Eddie is with B.W.LA. stationed @ guest at the Hastings Hotel.
don are Sir Francis and Lady at Piarco while Leonard is with Incidental Infelligence
Peek from the Bahamas. They Alston’s in Port-of-Spain. HEN
are, I understand, staying at the Both are keen water polo en-
Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, prior thusiasts and have been following With
to taking a holiday on the Con- the local league games carefully
tinent. Another visitor in England during their stay. No doubt they
from the Bahamas is Miss Mary will give the Trinidad association Philip Lazarus, in the Saturday
Moseley, M.B.E., owner of the first hand information about the fyening Post, 2
Nassau Guardian. Barbados teams, —L.E



hand

those who are divided,

Unalterably, I take my stand—
I'm undecided,





THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA



Copyright + P 105 - Vaz Dias Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY eeee By Beachcomber

HEN the exquisite, the Lady Cabstanleigh Turkish Women at Play
ineffable Mimsie Slopeorner GOQMEONE :
accepted with reluctance the S
title of Dust-bin Queen, and
protested against being photo-
graphed while holding a silver
shovel filled with tomato skins

asks if none of the Bes ee aes ;
poets with whom Lady Cab- SENTENCE in an _ article
stanleigh now mixes ever write about the “westernisation”
poems to her. Certainly, . And it of Turkish women _permits me,
was to her that Mr, Roland Milk With pardonable pride, to point

i paid his delicate tribute, out that I was the first journalist
and sodden bits of felt, she pot others sing the charms of to report a ‘Turkish football
started a controversy whien youth and grace match between two teams of
lasted all through Civie Con- qj) the young springtime in a women — Smyrna United and
sciousness Week at Rothampton. ~ lovley face; ; Karakli Rovers. Many years ago,



_Less sensitive is the Hollywood py¢ you, my lady, decorate muy before the advent of Kemal
girl who has been announced as rhyme— (“Honi soit”) Ataturk, the
Miss Garbage Disposal, 1951. . -ia «e harems were growing restive, and
Pert f ill 1 h i A rose-ved hostess half as old as the bored little ladies used to

erhaps she wi ose her poise the “ i S usec
when the Mayor's small daughter , punt their sweetmeats {through

resents a if : . . attice , rs »
presents her, with a bouquet of False Impression oe ee ae
rane hie it pang T should be explained to the ‘ es ss 4 .

Mimsie Slopcorner was to have 7 ! on opening the door, would
been Miss Processed Beetroot at . public that the newly yeceive a jump of zahat loukoum
a Food Rally in Shropshire, but invented machine which types slap in the eye, But when I think
she cculd not bring herself to Musical scores has its limitations. of those little feet discarding red-
dress up as a giant beetroot, and One eager youth seems to think heeled slippers for football boots
to sts dragged on a farm-cart that anyone who possesses the my go rises. It is possible to

Time,










through the streets with 1 machine can compose music pay too big a price even for foot-

; j . Turning to your secretary, you ball—-as the angry manager said
spear oY and, and = sur- T ; 7
ere Mg n ome Maids we say: “Take a sonata, please. Mi when his £40,000 forward fetched
ee iba : . Hoperaft,” £12. 10s,
Atta, Literature ! R 7 '

ANY authors are hoping, upert and the Sorcerer 10
gs 7

is going up, that the professional
ravers will rave more stridently
than at present. And: publishers
will no doubt try new methods
of publicity. Poor writers might
be employed at a few shillings ;
day to stop well-dressed people in
the streets with the eager query:
“Have You Read Miss (¢ L,
Odhopper’s ‘Deeper Than The
Tomb’?” Or the =

now that the price of nov



might fit loud speakers to their
ears, and fill the air with praise
of their wares—punctuated with
dance music. Or the book clubs
and societies and groups and
what-not might arrange to choose
and recommend every novel pub-



After trotting ahead for a few It must be down there some-
minutes Rupert pauses. ‘‘ This is where!" Putting on speed he
where | was when I saw the thing in a wide circle around the
disappear," he murmurs. Then he e house until he spies the
stops. “Why, there's the Con- saucer lying quietly on a grassy







lished, And Miss Bowen might jurer’s house!" he cries. ‘‘ Tiger- mound, here is nobody abour,
open a bureau to fight for equal lily told me that a sorcerer had come and in great excitement he moves
treatment for women novelists to see her daddy. So I am right. forward

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

1WVERICAV COLUMN: ,

‘The Man Jn A-69

NEW YORK,

| A cool mist shrouded the Cun-
| 4rd liner Caronia as she steamed
|up New York Harbour past the
| Statue of Liberty

It was not the mist that chilled
His Excellency, the ship’s most
eminent passenger, in cabin A-69

Dr. Viadimir Prochazka, the

new Czech Ambassador to Wash,

ington, found himself haunted by
a US. reporter now in Prague
Jail — William Oatis, sentenced
five weeks ago to ten years for
alleged espionage.

The U.S. Government says the
“trial” record shows that the
“crime” Oatis committed was to
seek the kind of news all reporters
seek in the free world.

After Miss Liberty, the ambas-
‘ador’s second glimpse of New
York was a picket’s sign reading:
“Free William Oatis.”” It was
thrust in his face when the

picket leaped on the running-
board of his limousine. The ca:
sped on.

Washington is going to be even

chillier for His Excellency. Con-
gress is about to vote a resolu-
tion calling for Oatis to be freeti.

The resolution may demand

diplomatic or economic sanctions,
and the U.S. is consulting its
Allies on steps to bring pressure
against Prague.

His Exceilency will have ‘

nervous half hour when he pre-
sents his credentiais at the

White House. The President is

expected to give him an even
frostier welcome than he gave
the new Red Hungarian ambas-
bador the other day. And that
was cold indeed.

ALL SMOKED OUT,
POLICE went up in a hover-

plane to photograph chimneys out
of which more smoke pours than
is allowed by New York law. No
evidence was obtained. The air
was too misty and smoky.

THIS IS DANGEROUS

AN “atom pistol,” one and a

half inches long, has been ruled

dangerous by the police. A pellet
from the made-in-Japan pistol,

selling for 13s., put out an eye of

four-year-old Noel Figueros. S¢

boys will have to be satisfied
{with big but harmless cowboy
six-shooters.

UNION POLICE BANNED
POLICE Commissioner George
Managhan forbids the 18,000-man
New York force to join a union
Hotheaded union leader Michael
Quill, who says he has signed up
over 4,000 police as union mem-
bers, defies Managhan. And to
prevent the commissioner from
finding out who the union nolice
are and sacking them, Quill has
hidden his membership books and
application files.
JEAN-STEWART FILM ?
HOLLYWOOD chiefs may
allow Jean Simmons to see more
of her husband Stewart Granger

MUSIC ON THE WAY



AWAY to Edinburgh and Festival
concerts sail 104 members of New

York’s Philharmonic Orchestra.
They have been asking their only

Scottish member, 57 - year - old

violist William Gray, about Scot-
tish food and Scottish climate.

Mr. Gray is not sure, hecause
he left at the age of 13. Of one
thing he says he is sure: “The
only time a Scotsman goes back
is when his fare is paid.”

FOOD IS CHEAPER

DOWN goes America’s index o
focd prices by one full percent-



Bureau of Labour Statistics in ai
cight-city survey. But the index
is still 114% per cent. above pre-
Korean war days.



CROSSWORD

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Or asad ish le



Solution of year , 1 ibe parecrenet
Efficient: 2 ig

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1 nathes 20,

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Bill To Vix Hoiel THE? GAMBOL®S ; mn iii (Christian Selence &
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c | Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Go 9 uy rcueTe t 9° ' 10 m 12 o'clock §& y
vernment has given nx WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. ; ( 2 Raven, tee Moor eee
duce ost on ie THE TEXT of President T'ruman’s statement on cease- ie Seria) Reece ee 3
uced in the Legislative Cour fir : r aces | “General Ridgeway has .
j i iy ire negotiations in Korea reads Genera idgway has
i the object of which is to fix the re gotiatior @ ¢



the Scriptures tt» MARY BAKER
EDDY may be read, borrowed.

rates of wages, the hours of wor!

reported to me and has made publie the story ef last night's | or purchased
and the general conditions of

episode in Kaesong. There 1s of course no truth in the] g VISITORS ARE WELCOME

employment of all persons em- Communist claim that the United Nations’ plane had bomb- ww we ow a ee
meres in hotels, restaurants, ed the Keteone aren atthe epunps tate btesbinetiatomatlp iin Rs
eating-houses and parlours, with No U NY ea ey ;
i nited Nations aircraf
particular reference to those on pins ra oa eieunits vy mn DRIVE IN AND PRAY
engaged in domestic duties 1 nity ¢

time the alleged bombing took WHE .FRIST drive-in church
place. Whethe; any enemy air- tracted 350 worshippers, some;
on worker who at the request . craft ae present is not clea bathing suits. They did not,
° is employer works for any Bi e K I - but the flimsy nature of the so- have to ge f their cars be-

j ; ae - . > . ‘ get out of their cars be
period exceeding 56 hours in any ig ump een - u ux an celled evidence shown to United couse it was a drive-in cinema.
one week shall be paid overtime , vations Liaison Officers makes it

at one and a half times the fix

ed j extremely doubtful that any In place of Randolph scott's|
rate Tiotel empives ses in Summer ‘ Steps Up | Serpe We ee Sl ie
have not less than one hour fo: . . %* ot Know; the purpose of this the prayers of Pastor Ernest Mills |
luncheon or dinner as e ¢: Ti ~ Qa Ss al A t t ew Communist masquerade it unded over a loudspeaker
may be, and another interval of ourism oe. ¢ c Iv1 y |



It is proposed in the Bill that



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saesong. The Communists’ Lia- In Nashville, Tennessee, Pastor





not less than 15 minutes for at : . Sen Officer last night made cer- James H. Elder conducted ser- Contains
other meal taken on the premises. PCRT-OF-SPAIN, Aug 20. (By FRANK BARTHOLOMEW) SOUTH CAROLINA, Aug. 23 tain statements about calling off vices in a bright, short-sleeve D.D.T.,
The occupier of any hotel shall Questioned on his impressions TOKYO, Aug. 24. Thomas Hamilton, Grand Dragon further meetings in Armistice] sports-shirt because the tempera-| —Large,medium and small size Tins
provide a suitable room for the since his previous survey trip of IF AND WHEN the Korean armistice talks are finally of the Association of Carolina "@g0tiations, but it is not clear] ture was 89.
any intervals fron work prosiaed tae Si, caribbean ares, Mr. written off what then ? War of course. but what kind of Klans, said on ‘Thursday that the whether he was referent to. th —
_ als work de ewis S. Law . iv > 5 ay Z is stepping motions anned for today, to the
: for by the Ordinance. T} tw, Executive Secre war and with what results ? SPINE Up He



1 tary of the Caribbea Tnterim . . : . organisationa] activity and he ‘meeting for the next several
ployer shall also grant to every Tourism Committee who recently Even during the past week United Nations forces have foresees the day when it will Years or Whether it is the Com-
come a half-holiday « one completed another such tour said tide into Communists vigorously all along the 130-mile “agam cover the United States.” ™unists intention to back out of
week-day 7

addition a ol geet week, anc in that most of the islands reported front except in the area near Kaesong, and the Reds are , He said that a full scale organ- ©'mistice negotiations altogether










holiday on eve i gratif, ‘ increase i . ae . aoa ; isational drive is q or Wwe Until this is clarified we can-
: alternate Sunday. ~~ oe ty ‘on aadaan ‘with 1980 reported to have finished resupplying their front line troops jn North "Cute sak ot Klan not appraise the truth of last P .
pi This amounted to more than 50 With food and ammunition on August 21. meetings are scheduled for North Night except that they obviously / oO!
Minimum Rates per cent. im some cases, and in Since then @ et ie ee ne) ee ee Canenion, were not calculated to move .
‘ing are the weer Gem case of the Caribe Hilton : a a = . x. ; Hamilton also said that he was sotiations forward toward an - ie a ges
ane we os eae * e hotel in Puerto Rico, this wags 85 orened aexeces, “at, Cte Botanist I inds New i derma = oe on irmistice. al P. re:Li a b l lk UEwy
posed: ber cent, fal. up fresh infantry units and re- @ . : ° Sonata staff whe 7 ane
Hotels: Head Cook $8.40; As- Mr. Law siated that this in- Placements. The next military Species Of Orchids comes” Weer site —- Talmadge ‘ : ’
sistant Cook $5.40; Kitchen Maid creas, could be stirihesiod 44-tho development in the combat area is 1 1948 bsiisieiaatie A iccietp teeta hedlth x: I recautions ‘I oO
$4.80; Pantry Maid 14 advertising and publicity efforts @Waited with terest. In E.G. Hinterland "He showed the reporter s P
Waiter $11.60; Waiter bei dive. ‘tevetat pias ‘Gken Sein Observers felt Communists Soon Lows ao e ete a com- Safecouard Farouk Lightning’ fasteners
$4.80; Maid-waitre ‘ se. a 4 fee ate would strike first from positions (From Our Own Correspondent) mission signed by Talmadge hans- Bld i eee
boy $3.60; These wo ) Cong panies, hotels and the which have been built up most GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22, '%€ 0M the wall of his Klan head-
be supplied with hot overall campaign of the CiT.C..



heavily during the Kaesong talks. Rev. G. Wilson-Browne, §.J., @varters here. Hamilton said the NICE, August 23 Strong, yet smooth and flexible,












: i < P SHINING ' LIGHTNING FASTENERS LTD,
every working day in a ere sani Gitamnna ae That could mean a _ pressure well-known English botanist, has ae SSD ‘has consider- etme «Foo pt cial Smaart eanbehan. ¢ mee wereqindndee (4 subsidiary company of
the above rates of wases, and of-causon travel and the despre, ‘ive into the iron triangle with reported the discovery of 14’ spe- Gt sar tae ie aclaae wie oes term ater tel cack ee
where they are required to ear a4 a 5 dite Wize if = ch tbe a hope of breaking out southward Cies of orchids hitherto unknown t is yeat de spite the anti-mask, ts that fon herst oy pene | slider bul kas eng
a uniform the uniform is t ° De h 1: ¥ ee : r = down the Uijongbu corrider upon to the outside world. Fr. Wilson- — Seearoes weoigre law enact- fanatics were trying to cross trom eee en (ich)
supplied and kept laundered free ae See Seoul. Browne who has led the expedi- ed_ by Legislature this year . » SWitzerland to assassinate him, cia —
of charge b> the employer. Grenada, Antigua — where Although the line at this point UOns into the hinterland of British | He said the field is “unlimited The Egyptian king and his bride | ile

; representatives of the Windward has been advanced about a mile Guiana during the past year, in North Carolina, —U.P Queen Narriman are apending part! z es eee Rae
uk $6.00" tae Wake OTe Islands were met—Virgin Islands farther north by United Nations Stated that in addition to the 14 of their honeymoon tour here. | ae

, 3 acCies > i rar 99 »

i ; eee ee of the United States, Puerto Rico, activity during the past week, in M&W species, he discovered 22 Police said their men were con
Waitress $4.80; Order Girl $6.00; Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jam— was felt generally that the Reds mere be rita) known in_sci- U.S Headi For ‘tanty | shadowing" the King |
Boy $4.20; Dish Washer $4.80. sien at ‘uhe were ¢ a would be able ‘t ake initia, C®tific circles outside British Gui- ole while Egyptian detectives armed
ns) 5 sonaiti : ‘ boge id Cuba were all included ) o make initlal 45 put previously unknown
. . ae a Pane as regards n Mr. Law's trip. gains by pressure of superior here SI) nowr Die t hi with eens were keeping al

een 208 vnifotm torih The trip was. wateriaie fol apepower here: . tators Ip round: the clock watch aboard the
employees also apply to empl preliminary discussions with gov- Yoval yacht














ne restaurants and cook- ernment officials and tourist Supply Tangle B.G. Collects SENATOR TAFT cee ee eeenitied that tv 0
ee ; boards on the formation of the : . 7. 3 Oe, ae
Parlours: Assistant $4.80; Wail- Saribiean Touttin Scotatopinent However U.N, opinion was wai BELGRADE, Maine, August 23 of the Mo lem Brotherhood
ress $4.80; Boy $3.60. Association with which it is in- Uâ„¢aimous that this effort not Record Income lax Senator Robert Taft Republican â„¢8Y have alvead entered France

tended to replace the C.1T.c., Oly could be contained but that said Thursday that President “U4 police and gendarmes are
dul ta does . an ona OA Decem. Within less than five days of its (From Our Own Correspondent) Truman will administer the United hee tha all resorts near Cannes

B G. . Ny phot ber 31. 1951 % inauguration, Chinese would have GEORGETOWN, Aug, 22, States “at his own peril” if he rR : con Soon: Cannes wold #
2. § G.P.O. Now ate expended their initial momentum The year 1949, on which the Continues to send troops abroad eports from Cannes said four

z ; ri © , oe ‘ tam t > é M: > 3 e rts «
The Executive Secretary reports and be involved in such a tangled 1950 tax yield mainly depends, Without the approval of Congress. *Pecial Cairo police exper =



vane a nan art he

Housed In a vat all member territories visit- Supply and communications situa- represents a record in the yield _ rary sald Truman is using more eal Seen eae ee ae

signified their intention of tion, that Allied forces could of income tax, reported Mr. W ae wan t power In foreign policy yh suk possibly hecause of the

B tidi > taki part in the permanent drive them back and exact Stoll, Commissioner of Income *"d will become a “complete die- lert did not depart as scheduled
uile igs organisation at an increased rate ‘terrific toll in the process, Tax. This, he said, is due to the tator in foreign policy if the pres- * f 6s

eae . Are o i ’ his morning fer DeAubille
ere NPs as : J "i . elimination of arrears from pre- ®Mt trend continues
itribution. The exact amount A potential factor which might 3 p The Republican leader testing

ri



(F Our Own Correspondent KACt | ; c an benienn : Seen Sch
“GEORGETOWN Aue. 22. of each island’s contribution will actually turn the tide of war as ViOUS years and an increase it




















. on . the political winds told the Maine
: ’ lawMAcH 4 Te " . ; profits from trade, business, etc ; r
Following the destructi t ve decided at the Third General matters , now stand revolves » howe Bar Association that because the
the onsen Post OMe, at Meeting of the C.LT.C. to be around the possibility that Russia seaunbenien coaictnen a ao President sent troops to Ranke YES, IT'S CRICKET
Georgetown in the Great Fire of held at the Hotel Jaragua, Ciudad might supply Chinese and North tax for the years 1948, 949 ek without Congressional approval THEY PLAY CRICKET in the
1945, the Administration of the Trujillo Dominican Republic, Korean satellites with sirplanes 1950: ea * eh SCT the United States was faced with jjelds of Rock Creek Park, deep
Department is being conducted in September 17 to 21, and pilots sufficient to neutralize 1948: $4,946,329 (Companics ° ;serious constitutional crisis.” n the heart ef Washington. The
seven buildings in different pa the present superiority of air- $4,047,157.00; Individuals $899, - Taft said he was in favour of inglish? No. Australians? No? —
of the City. A new steel and power held by United Nations, 379.00), rt Froops bet oe but - Who then? The Pakistanis, soms
. b ad a Sale * Ft my : . ‘ RB NRA An 4 ; ., would be a “good idea o senc Sal aal ou + a
conerete building is under con TRINIDAD SCHOLARS In such a case the numerically 1949: $5,068,677. ‘ (Companies mestly air force and mavy person- and ne phe ws of the Ambassador }
struction and when completed in larger Chinese ground army if $4,134,452; Individuals $934,225). nel and his officials, oe Z
1952 will house not only the REACH GOODSTANDARD protected by eir ‘cover might be ; TRE LEO ' eet Such personnel he said, could They play once a week, and are AL
G.P.O, but the Telecommunica- able to sweep south. An obvious ies $5, 7 -68; Individuals $843,- be withdrawn more easily than °° keen that when they could not eee)
tions Department, The sum of From Our Own Correspondent) Pity St ‘clita. 406,73). ground forces “before war be- (ind wickets they bought broom-| ——->=
ae i rt x coe ; brake upon any Russian inclina- aS g 1 P
$1,500,000 has been provided from PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug, 22. ‘ . : sat . come imminent.” UP. sticks and whittled them down.
funds raised under the 1 Téhe holarship standard tion to supply ke a Poe 1951 P d ° Of
Sa sa on = ' ' Scan dio) dds Tr to its puppets is the fear of pre- »
ance eached b nts zs i ,
“a nie Report for 1950. t jad wa “ at 4s tae thomas cipitating World War Ili prema- 0 roduc lion

Postmaster General
the cash working de




ee NOTICE

state that than that ebtained in the United turely. : . shy Say
it of the Kingd * This statement was P ere gs, peso. that during Sugar Behind 1950 §

Post and Telecommunications made by Mr. R. Loinsworth, Su- the long weeks of ser’ talks .

Department amounts a $326,368 perintendent of External Exam- Russians have been piling up FOR E.G. CROP

as comparéd with $225.5 i who returned from the aircraft and stockpiling bombs ut (From Our Own Cortexpondent)

1949. When credit is. however, United Kingdom on Tuesday Mukd@n and Manchuria just , ams : i

taken for the estimated v: night north of the Korean line ready GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22.















« } 1 rity oO ; ai 0 7 i ¥ i si ior itis yuiana’s sugar roduc~ . . os
free services, which amounted to OQ” the authority of Captain E. to commit them if the situation ton for ts Seeeae any ae Ge The Public is hereby notified that
$253,506, the net deficit would bo W. Dan Director of Education, warranted. e year up to





[72 86 seine Rees V ) orth represented Trin- : ended August 11, is 21,454 tons
i neg en ddad on the Advisory Commit- Both Korea and Japan waited behind that for the corresponding





> Or é ae . ‘ . $
reeks vaca ea Ba for Overseas Examinations. He with interest to see whether the period last year according to offi- we will be shortly |
an ae stated that the committee was general warfare never officially cial figures released by the Sugar
The Report discloses that there very pleased with the better re- suspended would be resumed on eee pape. fo acs meal
Was a great increase in the use sult obtained in English lan- the previous “limited” basis or e year’s production to Augus

the . 5 ¢ 11, amounted to only 88,675 tons
made of the parcel post service, guage at the December 1950 ex- upon the allout scale urged by +‘! : eae
especially in local parcels whica 2 General MacArthur's premise that #8 against 100,079 tons for the

TRANSFERRING OUR HUSINESS
r ‘ 2 my ; i Lm
exceeded those of 1949 by 2,506. a ee ha the “very purpose of warfare is *#™€ Period in 1950. , ; : ‘ TO OUR NEW PREMISES,







Telephone statistics showed a to win.”













total of 3,337 telephones in us¢ p y Doubt has been expressed in ! ‘ & ;

on December 31, 1950, while the HARBOUR LOG jubic’tnnouncenents om high 97,000 BRIDGE | No. 35, Broad Sireet,
telegraph service showed a 5 quarters that the United Nations + Bh ate iesaent

marked increase in connection In Carlisle Bay could ever win the war in Korea PORT-OP-SPAIN. Aug. 22, \

with the number of telegram Ps hy driving out Communists if a jern bridge, f Ahic .

: 7 M.V Lath Joy, M.V Sedgefielai, modern pridge, for which :
transmitted The report states yacnt Marsaltese, Sch. United Pilgrim the Red base for supply and Government allocated $57,000 opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co
that 165,132 telegrams were trans- s., Sch. Philip H. Davidson, M.V. Velvet reinforcement across the Yalu more than eight months ago, will
mitted in 1950 as compared with rae Sob aie Wonsts, “ y Dace wane, River in Manchuria remains “off pe constructed on the Maracas
161,520 in 1949, ve are Sch. Faankivn DR... the limits” to U.N. air strikes. Revel yo rp pate of = one

Reiqueen, Sch D'Ortac, Sch . ae whic crashed during a heavy
1 Wallace, Sch, Enterprise S ns alee a? dbus nn eet flood 18 months ago. Surveys, in
; er nor 19 ‘almost wee , ith > lay dowr F F 6
RATES OF EXCHANGE ARRIVALS é had no confidence in the sincerity connection with the laying i a ‘ ,
1.V. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. . of the new bridge, were comple
CANADA te from Dominica, ‘ of the Communist desire for



ed one week ago. It was learnt
Mth August, 1961 ooner Rainbow M., 39 tons net, peace at Kaesong, is to start that actual construction work

; a , : 1

ee a erate Ee gunsckiter Lede tone slugging and win the war once wil] start any time now. The MANNING & co I 1 D

Deen T atts oy age be La Rue, from Chudad Trujillo. “'P. and for all so that genuine peace bridge will be built on a new site, mo . Lower Broad Street.
Sight Drafts 60 8/10 pr _S_S. Fresno Star, 4,107 tons net, Capt. can be set up by U.N, and so and a portion of the road divert-















63 1/10% pr. Cable », from Liverpool, that troops eventually can 80 ed. Government has also allocat-
61 6/10% pr. Currency 58 6/10% pr ee pe ree S068 cone home. ed $13,000 for the improvement AGENTS a ie
ror 5 58 9/1 pr M.V anadian ructor, 3,935 ’ ee . sd . n = SS = 2
Suver. ee net, Capt. Wallace, for St, Vincent —U.P. of the road in the vicinity RASS
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Saturday,



~

UNCLEAN FOOD

THE problem of clean food in this island
has been discussed in the columns of this
newspaper and at public meetings by vari-
vous bodies within the last two or three
years. It has become clear to everyone
that in Barbados the machinery for guard-
ing the health of the community in this
respect does not measure up to the de-
mands of the times.

It is true that the Sanitary Commission-
ers of St. Michael have framed regulations
which provide for medical certificates of
good health to be held by dairymen and
there is a system of inspection of food
places; but this system of inspection does
not seem to be wide enough,

There are certain factors which con-
tribute to an increased habit of “eating
out.” Thousands of those who work in the
City come from outlying districts making
it inconvenient for them to return home
to breakfast. The continuous rise in cost of
living makes it easier for workers to diet
at eating houses than to have meals pre-
pared at home.

Because of these factors there has been
a notable increase in the number of eating
houses and restaurants in this City. The
trade done by soda fountains has increased
also, oa foe

But if these admit of safety measures
being adopted by the Sanitary Authority
it is not so easy to control, other avenues
of possible contamination except by rigid
legislation.

There is nothing to prevent women suf-
fering from contagious diseases hawking

. around fried fish and black pudding and

other articles of food prepared by them at
home. The only demand from them at
present is a hawker’s badge. The “stock
case” on this point is that of the woman
who sold pudding and souse for some
years and occasionally put down her tray
to remain home. It was soon found that
her first child, a boy had been ill and died
from tuberculosis. After her second
absence from Tudor Street it was found
that her second child, a girl, had also died
suffering from this disease and that she
had remained home to nurse them. Nature
finally wrote finis to this when the woman
herself fell a victim to the disease. It can-
not be estimated how many people hai
contracted T.B. by eating from her tray

Nowadays a new feature of this possible
contamination are the habits of those hawk-
ers who sit in the alleys and side roads in
Broad Street. A few weeks ago one of these
women was seen in a side street in Broad
Street soaking her cabbages with the water
from a drain pipe from a business place.

MR.


























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uote . from AAD AN ‘i HEARST N
; ; ‘ ations” that although it has been record-| bP 7 ’
ee ure a man, 6ft. Zins. and 62 _ WHAT I LOOK FOR IN A YOUNG MAN ai: that's Bercodian did point witee island: A Vv OCAT E ST AT ION ER ¥
etree saat t ‘t is unt THERE is a Freneh proverb which means: “If age only hud 2 I
with 2% 5 Bin ated Ca i the energy, and youth only hed the experience.” The important from the deck of a ship and exclaim “see|
ay hia: a eae 3 5 € energy om the world”, some é ~alis
th t Letaveen Tine Og mbition while he (s acquiring experience ... not to be dis- thot oa ; é ” ao ; Boonen do realise! ¢ OOCOSSSS
of a newspaper empire, ii as ged because success does not come as quickly as he had that there are other spots on the face of the |
ee oa an * solid atten Sea a oe diverted from his objective earth, and that seeing that Barbadians are
fell, this man, William Ran- . aa arene eee ‘
Maier Siairee” kee Aik has ca _ A YOUNG MAN whose heart is im his, work and whose not selfish people they have no desire to)
#5300 tiles notth ie Califorsie “ne is - his week ie rg jey in his work; and no man monopolise the entire programme and | ithe misect re
and amuse himself in a_ “Bav- who is not concentrated on his work ever succeeds in any not- ; : c iy miracle wrap with a hundred uses in Kitchen and Home
ene sores eee ae Ne eee cde Gene : The anuee idike aeuie alae Gees would suggest that a part of “Bringing | wratmenc
whim, success do not often come during office hours ... but they Christ to the Nations” might well be reserv- | GREASEPR
: Or, of : our'se, he can fly to only come as the result of continual and concentrited thought. ed for other parts of the Earth’s aed g ; s OOF,
Mexico where he has a million- e 1 WOULD SAY to young men: If you cannot be interested MOISTUREPROOF,
cies rick fe peameneet vena 2s ee wid ot haeteuntee eis, 0 ole te ee roDoUnt
$ sceive him. BS ie; wt be no sustaine
But, at our opening glimpse of genuine success. er ape ee ee i i socaaprarrag
Hearst, he licking > haere i i
; . ak ‘ele ey a pages | MONDAY—A Jamaican friend of mine told | For protection and preservation of cooked and uncooked foods
wg Neg naga ind some | ‘ i :
ShOtbaraDN Dt nh Welsh ceeelle | me that if Jamaica would adopt the Agri- For better, quicker and more economical cooking.
a ‘ . } ‘ tye} 4 sass . F : ; 4 | i
intake hie. s oe i” carci es Ber cg or and ferenen the pictures and I'll fur- cultural policy and technique of Barbados} % For conservation of space in frigidaire and larder,
’ > Cz 3 ree words t« i Hay 1s, cludin rilain’s is 2 roy? 5 z : 4
j English representative. Al i aa Nasn’s, Good Se hiadmadaiee ad “ee eee McKinley was| there would be no necessity to lament over! Moulds to any shape and requires no tying nor fastening,
Head: “Buy St, Donats’. A he Connoisseur; six international assassinated in 1901 a storm broke | population in that island. & PORICRE SPM a wen Sonne °o WO MOTD.
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with RanO.Ne0~s th of treasures men have wielded more power, oe Hearst was byrned in| 1
-and what matter that he ted He had, too, at his richest, vast CMigy. “TIRE : : tai %
the castle only half a dozen times property holdings and mining i Jn the frst worla ants Heat UESDAY—I have discovered an insecticide | x WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
before 1938 «:2. in difficultie he lands. And though a setback ir ried to Keep rOeTiCa. OU. . r
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The point lies in the three his interests, he was in full con- erong ann. Caen eee in Bri-| drowning to kill flying insects, it puts them | §
words “Buy St. Donats,” cabled tro! th vy aoe Uy wae Wee entered | thei isery i ( :
1s nonchalantly as you would tell | Fh i ould be - ona tomary the war, Hearst rallied. out of their ey instantaneously, 1% <: S PIT HER & CO
your child, “Buy toffee- ind pre pitious re tell yey pr Rat He had unlimited political am- t . r e
SAE: eee s ve , fOuN® pbitions but. when it came to % ’ .
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elling, newspapers oxcept that could get nowhere. A_ rebuff, , ‘
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Ss w ad rece é e f ge y wei stre ‘§
sag gg ge Rg agg Ne gy ANE en A agg hl henge sgl pgpe eng og
whose death ran along a chain of the only child of millionaire Sen- “The Sen. prt oni ‘estate has | island like Barbados, The district between |
er pereareee in a gath- ator Geor ge Hearst, and educated been compared, — perhaps by | South Point Lighthouse and Silver Sands OFFIC E Fl IRNI I [ JRE
i aan ie it Sais , at Harvard University, which he a bali with Louis XIV’s| is just such a spot. There are a few scatter.
Pe Dos ases, vas igh le after a prank. Jersailles, with the pleasure asc ose =
ee ae eae et guess Mine iat acter eee Pare* See re ed houses in the district but hardly any by
ge s allied sente 7] wit the § ran Sone ads a f
with ebullience to leave unalloyed ¢j hi oMiniie! ‘ } ‘ h ‘ the ie THERE —— | PAUP FE roads and at the moment one of the
femtties Rania: HBEO re ren : ERE, with five sons to com-| so-called roads has i ; ‘ ‘ y
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iMeaiet if you saw. ine fan faa wT as (ok aie American’ Enigma, a powerful xination of rain and lorry traffic.
“Citizen Kane” ten years ago, (4; See Peres ae eco iS voice, but no longer, so to speak,
er he . 5 (until then), staid, conservative . figure ?:
for in Orson Welles’ portrayal jawspaner, Hearst mirateds figure. * * *
Hearst chose to recognise himself, hi Che ideas ta bk apart He re to urge: “Get
1 And he reacted. The Hearst v “aS, i > x2 Pp’ excited when the public gets |T ean ar ¢ a |
newspapers reacted in very See ploiind! CHIN, Se, and corrup- excited,” “Never be? dull,” pred peer near that there is to be aj MASTERFORM DESKS
iype. And in many American tion sensationally. “While others talk, act”—and to | protest march against Dr. Malan’s South|
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eri ane probec the ollower, ’ 4 fe
private life of a newspaper pro- Hearst dreamed of expansion And in 1937 a Treasury report | pawn the sponsors of the March have TYPISTS CHAIRS
prietor; of a man with vast As adic Wao tel oi, Yrourna; Showed him as ica’: | thought up s i ,
mansion and a tenth-rate opera He bought the New York Journal wage chotine be gs oe 4 8" P scouting thet would have DESK CHAIRS
singer nagging from the hearth BASIE ie set os Eee ot £100 000 a year sopat salety or) ByeY Routh Atrica and not Barbados? RD
The film satirised the tan’g W2E on riva Joseph Pulitzer, and i Wael ee ‘
wealth, colitical subliions panies proceeded to buy up leading hls wee Sotnctia 2 _ a | * * * epic :
ee eos tee i ¥) journ ilists of the day. Ba olections and antiques
that CIE’ a noe a as sel And Hearst journalism began to to. Sere losses and provide for FRIDA : PILING CABINETS (Foolscap)
LAteh Ciepies Wellas' Heaven iiiianes events: The Naw veo pee nies SA eees wera | Y—Jamaica has experienced a terri-
; >: Arr Journal’s inflammatory articles V@lued at~£3,000,000. ble hurricane and I h i
. 3 . = a
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ai ip See of red ink and huge Hearst reporter in Cuba wired A happy ending? Well, perhaps | Barbados Turf Club meeting.
- h ines. x “There will be no war, I wish to his will qualifies him at last for | BES
nd at the height of his power return, Hearst replied: “You Orson Welles’ Heaven,—L.E.8







The Man Who Has Leaped To



Fame

Her intention was not to harm anyone but
merely to keep the weight up; but it does
not need much imagination to realise the
harm which might have been done, Again
there is a practice now for them to put
fruit and vegetables in their baskets and
to put the baskets on top of one of the
galvanised bins put by the Sanitary Com-
missioners for holding refuse which might

include carrion.

It might be claimed that such handling
or mishandling of fruit and vegetables will
be done by people who are not sufficiently
mindful of the rules of hygiene;
because of this carelessness by ignorant or

but





its author to Tolstoy
In England it



has been chosen outwield she 1 by
as the Evening Standard Book of courag





te men in degradation is

and power of purpose,

finally
what it inspires in

re io for September, é He was born in Liverpool, the
ae y, - end of the year, The son of a London surgeon, Edu-
1€ ea will have earned cated at Winchester and Trinity
Nichol as Monsarrat something College, Cambridge, he took his
mac ge, Ce s

i . ae = : degree in law in 1931; and then
is the story of the convoys suddenly, turned novelist, He

and their escorts in the battle of travelled widely abroad sus-
the Atlantic, and Monsarrat picious of England in the thirties

unmindful people that positive provision

must be made for the protection of the
health of the community.

left to chance.

Education can do much to remove these
dangers but until the general standard
reaches so high a stage it is necessary to
move away from the negative and adopt



positive means of protecting people against /London recently af
Z . * = s 0 ace after a week months iS a_ stretcher.
disease. The yublic must co-operate nth of six broadcasts and t ; 1 retcher-bearer. ever satisfied him, Of the latest)
ei : ei I wil appearances in the USA. at ‘Quite suddenly.” he told me, “it American novel of sea warfare, | Six hundred million tons of ore have been |%
the Sanitary Authority in protecting them- |#PRterances in. the U.S.A. still seemed clear that the war wasn’t The Caine Mutiny, he says: “It's |discovered in the adj 1%
ide ond piles atid Bae a 4 ae oue et going to be won like that.....” good Americana, b e adjoining territories of |}
selves and rules and regulations should be idds, - erat one started “In March 1940 he volunteered won’t do. We tak pied it Ungava and Labrador, M. Maurice D .
* $ ¥ ack ‘ : . e take g » r
drafted and enforced which would pre- | re Ses OPS Ae ae a ' ae she y, and war and view of mutiny ” meer ae | Premier of Quebec, told the P Ce a S
: 5 x , Nicholas onsarrat re for et 0 err a
vent people suffering from contagious dis- | He is 41 years old, married, introduced ee re ee WOxLD COPYRIGHT |islature in February. ee
Quan) gg ¢ e . Lng
eases, from handling public food. poe W800: AREd Sot arcane at sea for five and a RESERV : "
k sort of man, u l ED Devel
Re dt ae one ee ee ee oe ene as commander of a LES velopment of the mines was a matter of |#
satel Sk uae a ete tle ee “: |urgency, in view of the i ‘ : x
- | v of the international sit :
s itua-
Ou Readers Say |tion, he said,
Misleading cated in all its implicat SPECIA
ME at all its implication than we anticipated atny ae ; , LS
To the Editor, the Advocate. The refusal to allow the i pies tees ; bicture eat gee a eleaeeee : J é n vants to take Paul as Manager, x 72 Un Strawberr, :
oer ee. ae at has been Ph Pais at ae nm a , Cc ity to Grenada in the near future, and all well and good; but pares. Discovery of x J 142 tin Raspberry Jam .48
cole in vs : gen none - ee ieee " hl “Ge oa “a look forward to sharing our hos- keeper he definitely cannot make ery of the fields means that Canada % Carr's Cream Crackers 1} tin Orange Jam .48
the gross misrepresentations or ity é my) S eople’s _ pitality after having enijoye s ee De nae eer }wi * " is ‘
which have been made in the United Party—was only a minor vere mics aes S vioyed yours: the team. a S ll become one of the world’s greatest pro-|% Canadian Red Cheese Idris Kola Tonic $1.00 per
West Indian Press as well as else- ‘incident in the chain of disloyal : r.A R ie . ‘ SPECTATOR. | ducers of ore. Pi F : bottle ;
where by certain correspondents nd subversive activities possibly E. gts tEDH AD, Ed. Note:— Water Polo Player said io hte 4a wtb th | Canadian Cheddar Cheese Crushed Pineapple .48
a ge ; Bais ; dhe dM cbutoithcsie: Manageress. that some people think 1 Mice sa 1e more i Ss
in this Colony. These statements {0stered by alien inter¢ 24.8,51 a Seren CunK Tapes mportant in view of). Australiz
i ) » mislet a. PAO, 0x. 12, cme a better choice ete. | diminishing fa Aainatinn: Cheadine Cheese
sti devine Pa cw my gee i its P M. S, METZGEN Water Polo The Order of St. John I mg supplies of the high grade ore |} Australian Cheese | icyeonigag
people Sexintegiees s To the Ed he Ad Eve Fi 1 : jin the Mesabi iron-fields of Minnesota, the/$ Tins JUST ARRIVED
Rae ag oer Britis . , i o the Editor, the Advocate. “ve unc ° f i y
The e can be no objection to the ey itieh Honduras. dar ek ROG Hath laws da) Mahe at ha adoelile United States chief source of ore in the last iz Danish Cheese Krellog’s Corn Flakes
oe ee 7 a gb ol - ; Thanke quite right when he (or she) says SIR—The following: subeerip- two wars. % Dutch Edam Cheese wae ou
ated sta . at are being ¥ thal Meuribe Foster. ta ca sted Henicye he ME tigated Laces ae b | : mae eee ; & uaker Oats
=o irom th ie stig certainly To the Editor, the Advocate. choice, a better choice than his pA gr SAR i aie — j on tigate oa eae of the air-magnet x Tuborg Beer Soot Wheat
seem, trom the local man’s p!oint SIR,—-On behalf of Rovers Net- other P: 5 ee Ne ae 7 ain Poa | device , > a@irers : iy ruff W
of view, thé 1 breed of Ananiases ball ‘a wm " aa ef i ps } i oT if ra Hy * an a ae hee ; Be her Cunced. $ 5.00 los ae re m by aircrast hunting U-boats x Bars's Ale Heinz epashetil & Cheese
: } sales : anes oor t LIBEO 3 » that Hoth Maurice anc aul are r. . Harcourt Carter QF ; curing > Wi ¢ 6 este : -
Bididenty 1 prung up in our you will permit =m say better goal-keepers than Albert Aactabuk of as oa the war has been put to work to dis- is Worthington Al
" : * ri oa . ave ee a anks”’ to all the kind rsons Weather! T don’t see how any- Barbados Turf Club 21 32 cover the ore. is e
a a with a view to portray who have done so n h tn give or ha 7. ‘ MES vf : Me ” 1.32 vat
bhuhibnnta ‘oe Sanitien he at Sh gebiape Sr tg oh ¥ aw the practice ma Mr. J. N. Goddard . 25.00 Thousands of square mi 5 See ae
See seeek perfe delightft 1 It i ieny that Weatherhead i Anonymous 3.00 sands of square miles have been cov- |
i a 1 uite img y 2 icant 2 if pans 3. - , : s .
» it from me that speaking Niall Dee hoa perform aaa Mrs. Haynes 2.00 ered by aeroplanes flying in parallel lines a|$
ie bi v — Or We have I ti \ et Mine EE eB ao oe 5.00 quarter of a mile apart 500ft. up, trailing an|% MEAT DEPT
) inge » moment of our I “ Sinan ’ Fr ee re WEES, bert ne > S43 a anit > ” >
ereignty, are unalterably Bri a rpet” . : : N es a eet Challenor) 60.00 instrument sensitive to magnetic variations in $
7 Y a t land n he ! . fanr + 4} a) . hs iy
anc are Joyal to the British Crown miss your flat road to ¢ aaa with r : he earth's surface. & Australian Beef
Reliable ¢ or ry WW oe bei baaserge 56.32 oe . =, ; ~
tabla’ as ers H. W. CHAI The Bethlehem.Steel Company, of U.S.A.,|§ Fresh Vegetables
ri j c 3 Hor reasure! ive contracted to take 30 million tons of * r |
ederation i : A brador-O ci ties. oe oe eon -
Honduras must i edt ; Michael, 16 rr . pread over a 25-yeat % > ’ + ’ 7 . ‘ER
€ 23rd August, 1951. period, expected to start in 1954.—L.E.S ~ PHONE GODD. iPS — WE DELI ER
PPOOCSS






















It must not be

wrote it out of his own knowl- Three novels were published,

With One Book

oe % the e —the long and By KENNETH TYNAN corvette and later two frigates
e sto y=— 0 one ocean, W j ‘
ships, and about a hundred and the deep, judicious appraising -boaee on eee them My hr
Afi wien . 2 voice of a cricket commentator. jn desp; Srattae® © was mentioned
So begins Nicholas Monsarrat’s Saturnine The “book that these events
wey en, roe novel, The Cruel His eyes are dark and im- produced is naturally about dis-
Sea, which is soon to be published paling; he has rather a cipline and _ concentration, the|
in this country. It is already weak mouth, pursed generally limited dignities of war, and never. |
news; a fortnight ago it appeared yound a cigar; but the chin fs in their presence, logic “and the |
7 the xg as the Book-of-the- strong and runs. quickly to humanities had to be anaesthetised,
onth Club choice, guaranteeing stubble. From the neck up he The lack of discipline in the Am-|
Se oh ors at le a quar- looks saturnine, from the neck erican navy comes in for some |
Mr o a mil ion copies, and the down, baggy, An easy, reasonable fairly violent criticism. but “those]
ritics are wer applauding it man, with one unfathomable were 1944 thoughts.” Monsarrat
two reputable journals compared conviction—that what war does now says: his recent visit has

given him a new opinion .“‘They’re
growing up, those people,”
says meditatively,
ing about responsibility.”

‘Sensational’

During the war he found time}

to write four short and success-
ful books about life aboard cor-
vettes and frigates; and in 1945
he was offered the post of Direc-





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CANADA OPENS UP
THE WILD

WORK is being pushed ahead in Canada on

a £66 million project which is likely to be
jone of the most vital defence and industrial

developments in the Commonwealth,
It is the first stage in the three-year task of

See

Gonts : Footwear

| WALKOVER—in Brown Willow Calf

Oxfords.
Black Box Calf Oxfords



he}
“they're learn- |

JON WHITE—two Tone Oxfords

Brown Willow Calf
Oxtords

Brown Willow Calf
Casuals

Black Box Calf
Oxfords

CLASSI(—Brovn and Beige Casuals

Brown Willow Calf
Oxfords

opening up the wild, inhospitable wastelands
|on the border of Labrador and north-eastern
| Quebec, so that vast deposits 0”
iron-ore can be brought out.












high-grade

A 360-mile railway is to be run north to
ithe iron-fields. Terminus of the line will be
a new port, on which construction has begun,
at Seven Islands, Quebec Province, at the
mouth of the St. Lawrence river-—a port
which can be kept open all the winter with
an ice-breaker,



—_ * ae = : =e chronicle “They were e@bout love, love, tor of the United Kingdom In-!
i igi o enemies, ond love, in that order, “he says, formation Office in South Afric | NE |
it is ia ae on and the deep- “Needless to say, [ knew nothing Which he has held ever since. ; AIRFIELDS TO BE BUILT Black Box Calf Oxfords
BUNS AOR. about love.” a 1948, Depends What You x
rl : His play, The Visitor, was Mean By Love appeared, a col irfields will be built at reg i
‘ ee , s ‘ @ f = uil >
Two Years’ Work staged at Daly's in 1936 with lection af three long SACs oe A. idly “hn dais Ht at regular intervals
Out of tte..180.000. words Greer Garson in the lead; it closed Of which, Leave Cancelled, de-| h the railway, will swallow up at e
Lowes noe ; 0 bees ene ther aoe weeks, ne the one-night honey-| least half of the £66 million. At peak, 3,000
mud of. ears’ work—a fac Then the war started, he was Moon of a British officer and his! rn
emerges about its author: _ that Gt and. GF Miss dagen, andl nas bride, awa esk canieh te te a will be employed on the construction DA COSTA ae co. Lip.
oes eee ar, he found from a success, abelled “sensational.” He th _| tasks,
that it strengthened and fulfilled ; , e then be-|
\ r eo gan the final dre >» Cruel! ,
him, aad pe came, in the’ end, The Pacifist Sea, draft of The Cruel By late summer of 1954, or in 1955, iron- DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
umost to befriend it. At first 5 alla hi PA lore wi : : hed
Most cliches about war are like a meé ad oa Frealtbts “2 1 aie alta pace mie Petit abit ie ap 2 rs ee ee eee Oe E
true—that s ( alists, vearly always the ankind my | mi 3 B year. accordi FORE as
pieeaine tt i; “th . oe dist's | was soon to replace one ideal wita of literature, and paly tae ower! ‘on tons a year, according to the Present | POOOSSVIISSSSSITSSSS
y: ; 1 ve ; opposite, novels - Hraest Hpiningway's, A| programme, Later it is hoped to double this |

problem to reconcile them.

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Scenes From Jamaica After The Hurricane

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bgt ol a of the hurricane completely removed the roofs of these Government built flats
— oe mie ‘an kanes ae ee oo for workers and extensive damage was done — yaeees Producer which rammed the Breezy Cortle wharf, and 88. Maraval are seen
a. s e folorn took of the surroundings. after the hurricane winds had subsided. The Producer went agr he Sika wall ‘ ‘
ook onload Cor GI co Wedenday o ducer went aground, but was refloated and repaired,



HANGAR DOWN

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Labourer





Deep Water ‘Harbour —

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aellpeapes coy fie SAY

DISTRICT “A” Police Mag- |
; istrate yesterday fined
oem eee labourer of : THE VIEWS OF THE PUBLIC are that the Barbados
be paletie ‘etthieie ae Government should immediately do something to make
months’ imprisonment poaeausaire. the Port of Bridgetown suitable for shipping sugar in
ing Cpl. Murphy while in the bulk. It is generally felt that if it is beyond the power of
ae of his duty, the Government to start building a Deep Water Harbour,
ine ja cgeeeAsaae tgligane tat 2 some arrangements should be made to erect a pier with a
motor vessel Velvet Lady, he wis revolving belt system running out into the harbour. This
fined $9.60 to be paid in one pier would be able to convey the sugar direct to the ships’
month or one month’s imprison. hatches.

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ment.

Both offences were committed
on August 16 about 11.05 p.m
Cpl. Murphy said that while on
the Lower Wharf on duty he saw
Farrell on the Velvet Lady and
knowing him to be a reputed
thief he asked him what he was
there for. He did not give a sat-
isfactory explanation and stabbed
at him.

HEIR HONOURS Mr. G. L.
Taylor and Mr. HA.
Vaughan, Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, yesterday gave
judgment for plaintiff Kenneth
Griffith to the amount of $18 in
a case in which he claimed $23.92
from Kato Collymore of Bridge-
field, St. Thomas, for work he did
for her at her request

In the Petty Debt Court of Dis-
trict “D”’, St. Thomas, Griffith
received judgment for $23.92.

USTICES G. L. TAYLOR and
« H. A. Vaughan sitting in the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day confirmed the decision of His
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma who
fined Boysie Goddard of Jack-
mans, St. Michael, $4.80 and 72
cents cost for assaulting and beat-
ing Eugene Davis.

The offence was committed on
May 31. Davis said that on May
31 she was loading canes at Lear’s
Plantation when the defendant hit
her with a cane on her hip. She
reported the matter to District

HE DECISION of His Worship
Mr. H: A. Talma, Police
Magistrate of District “A” — who
fined Joseph Roach of Watkin’s
Alley, St. Michael, $3.60 for gam-
bling on the Lower Wharf — was
varied in the Court of Appeal by
Justices G. L. Taylor and H. A.
Vaughan.

Their Honours ordered Roach
to pay $3.60 forthwith or to un-
dergo one month’s imprisonment
with hard labour.

Mr. Talma had ordered Roach
to pay the fine in 14 days or un-
dergo 14 days’ imprisonment.

Harbour Police Constable 34
Phillips said that on July 14 he
was patrolling the Lower Whart
accompanied by Harbour Police-
man Wilkinson. They saw a
group of men _ gambling and
Roach was in that group. Wilkin-
son arrested the defendant.

OHN BENNETT of Venture, St

John, was yesterday fined
$4.80 and 72 cents costs for driv-
ing the motor car M-2236 along
Kingston Road, St. Michael, with-
out a licence by Justices G. L.
Taylor and H. A, Vaughan in the
Assistant Court of Appeal yester-
day. .

By imposing this fine Their
Honours confirmed the decision of
Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A”.

INCOME TAX
OFFICIAL RETIRES

Mr. J. A. Hill, Official Repre-
sentative, Colonial Income Tax
Office, has _ retired with effect
from 31st July, 1951. He has
been succeeded in that post by
Mr. W. Williams of that office,
who was formerly a Principal
Inspector of Taxes of the Board
of Inland Revenue.





GUEST PREACHER
AT CATHEDRAL

His Lordship the Bishop of the
Windward Islands will be the



Mr. L. L. Gill of Baxters, St.
Andrew, said: “I think shipping
sugar in bulk is a good thing. It
would be an all round help to tihe
island. For the time being a pie
with the revolving belt system
could be used, but everyone 15
looking forward to the building
of a Deep Water Harbour.”

Asked about his crops, Mr. Gill
said: “The yam and potato crops
are doing extremely ~ well. We
cannot complain for rain. This
week, I had three inches and 10
parts.”

Cost of Pier

Mr. F. MeD. Symmonds, Man-
aging Director of Joes River Ltd.,
said: “Comparing the estimated
cost of building the proposed pier
and the estimated cost of build-
ing a Deep Water Harbour, and
considering the all round advan-
tages which the island can derive
from the Deep Water Harbour,
both as a means of providing em-
ployment and subsequently fa-
cilitating the handling of cargo
when the tharbour materialises,
every effort should be made to
get on with the building of the
harbour. The value of the re-
claimed land would almost com-
pensate for the difference between
ihe pier and the Deep Water Har-
bour. A loan should be made and
the project started.

He said that even if the pro-

posed pier was erected the Gov-
ernment would still have to build
a Deep Water Harbour sooner or
later. The building of the har-
bour would create employment,
This will be its immediate benefit,
but the long term benefits are
too numerous to mention,
«In any case something should
be done to keep Barbados in line
with very modern ports, Some-
thing should be done to make it
possible to ship sugar in bulk,”
he said.

Mr. A. S. Husbands, Attorney
for Joes River Estates Ltd. said:
“Shipping sugar in bulk will be
advantageous. At present there is
too much handling of siigar. With
a Deep Water Harbour or a pier
more sugar could be shipped. I
however feel that Government
should begin to build the pier
with a revolving belt if Barbados
is to ship sugar in years to come.
I am in favour of a pier because
I feel that it is more likely to
materialise than a Deep Water
Harbour. My great grandchildren
may never see a Deep Water
Harbour in Barbados; so let us
get on with the pier.”

Bulk Shipment

A broad Street merchant said:
“We must be prepared to ship
sugar in bulk because Tate &
Lyle have already started to build
ships for bulk shipping. Other
companies, seeing the profits
made by Tate & Lyle, will also
decide that shipping sugar in bulk
is more beneficial and they too
will not be prepared to ship sugar
in bags. When this happens the
islands that can handle bulk ship-
ment will survive but Barbaaos,
if it has no Deep Water Harbour
or pier, will definitely not be
able to ship sugar in bulk, unless
of course the bags of sugar are
carried out to the ships in light-
ers and then the labourers empty
the contents of the bags into the
hatches. This will be a very ex-
pensive and insanitary method of
handling bulk shipment. Therefore
the onus is on the Government.
If it wants to save Barbados from
a fate which might even be
worse than a_ hurricane, they
should immediately start to make
provisions for shipping sugar in

start immediately to build a Dee;
Water Harbour. If this Gover
ment does not make a_ move, |
hope the Government which gets
into power after the coming gen-
eral elections will.see the bene-
fits to be derived.
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pays more. Apart from this the
Deep Water Harbour will also alata a ot x aed J <
reduce the large scale pilfering FIFTEEN MEMBERS of the Second Point Fortin Sea

that takes place on the water- Scouts, Trinidad, arrived in Barbados. yesterday by the

gangs are well organised and can
only be broken up if cargo is re- : pees
moved direct from the hatches of stay here is indefinite as they @xpect to take the Rainbow M.
the ship into the warehouse.” on its return voyage to Trinidad

Asked about the sugar qucs- Fi

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tion, he said: “The obvious thing Group Scout Master A. B. Maul Road
is to build the proposed pier who has been a scout for eight Issue Of Licences of
ad f\ = erv’s

with a revolving belt if it is years, is in charge of the camp,






not yet possible to construct He said yesterday that his scout .

the Deep Water Harbour, What and he re looking forward to I or Imports the
would happen P our economy a very good stay here and that : sixth

if we cannot ship sugar at ail they are hoping to meet most of + J fo

or if we are forced to ship l2ss the scouts oa Barbados Sakits I rom apan

that tihe little we are at pres- going back to Trinidad The local ontrol ffice |} Ki

ent shipping? The Government The boys said that they had an stopped i anh ) vows WA, . a

should always bear in mind exciting trip up from Trinidad. porters who orde r Japanese goods. Antiguan,

that they were put into power The weather was mostly fair and A notice appearing at the Con

> the » for x afte

ein eee Aegan Rags the: sea ee Oe rough to trol Office said no licences for the

Barbadians are to survive some- ey their good trip. , importation of such goods wiil

thing will have to be done to Most of their excitement was be issued until further notice 3

facilitate shipping sugar in Prov ided by the crew of the Rain- Licence will be issued at that

bulk.” bow M. who caught two big office until Septermber 5 for the

A waterfront labourer said sharks and two porpoises. One importation of approximately 600
“Some people seem to think that of the porpoises was 8} feet sons of pickled pork for arrival
shipping sugar in bulk would af- long. in the island between October
fect us. This is to the contrary The Rainbow M. has’ brought and December, The pickled pork
Any labourer that is willing to # cargo of 75 cylinders of gas, is available from sterling and
work can find work. It is differ- five drums of Shell oil, five drums soft eurreney source and othe:

ent if the man is trying to pick of Shell oil, five drums of _regent sou
and choose his job. We can do any solvent and 35,000 feet of cedar

job. If the island had a Deep boards.
Water Harbour and I was not

needed to load sugar on lighters r
I am quite certain I would set Decree Absolute



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ia the Court of Ordinary yes-

jobs unloading cargo from the fs ; ; : en

larger number of ships which The Honourable the Chief “4 » tne Honourable the Chief] 44;

would be calling at Barbados.” Judge yesterday pronounced de- 7U°8G ol Allan | ollymore ad-) g}
mitled two will to probate.| 4



eree absolute at the Court fo TI M M
- Divorce and Matrimonial Cause ere were Mary } 3ascom’s of
IN THE HARBOUR : rae werk cy T. . eae St. Michael and Miriam Eldridge
Petitioner and DeLisle M. Bourne, Reach’s of the same parish

Respondent, .
Flour, Lumber Come Me. W. W. Reece, K.c. in- Schools Under Repair

structed by Mr. L. E, R. Gill of Now that-children are on va

By “Sum Prince” Cottle Catford and Co.. Solicitors, cation, the Public Works Di














appeared for the petitioner? { ment are repairing a number

The S.S. “Sun Prince” Sague- Decree Nisi ha l i been pro- of ] he school
nay Terminals’ freighter, brought nounced on May 25 this yea At Richmond, worl going ot
3.568 bags of flour — Daily Bread Another divorce c which at the old St. Ieonard’s Boy
and Export ‘Wheatland’ brand came before the Hon. Chief school, This is being renovated
—, 13,268 pieces of pine lumber Judge was F. R. Greaves, Peti- The technical classes of tht
tioner and V. Greaves Respond- Barbado FE ning Institute are

and supplies of macaroni pro-
ducts, pickled pork, paint and
enamel among other cargo fron
Prince Alfred for Barbados yes-
terday.

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ent In this suit, decree Nisi now quite settled t Richmond

was pronounced,

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The hurricane wreaked havoc at the Palisadoes Airport, Jamaica’s main terminal,
“Because Barbados has no Deep plane, an Aviana aircraft from New York which landed on Saturday afternoon.

Water Harbour the people have | vividly shows the wreckage of the hangars at the airport. Only one, owned by B.W.1.A, near the

to pay more for imported items. plane is standing and from here service is being carried on, :

Every cent that is paid the lab-

ourer for bringing ashore the item

has to ve adaed onto. the ost Paemidad Sea Scouls Here %arding, Lodging

Case For Re-Trial
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front. I feel that theSe pilfering auxiliary schooner Rainbow M. to camp here. They are oe onourable the Chief Judge
camping at the Scout Headquarters, Beckles Road. Their money Boarding and Loaging
Court of
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For Births. Marriage er Exgagement
announcements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each

additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508{

between 8.20 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
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IN MEMORIAM

. | eepeeenisate camaenpasnesngpediniis

FIERREPCINTE: In loving memory ot
William Golbourne Pierrepointe who
departed this life on the 25th of
August 1947

i sight of home where hub-
y's

Last farewell still lingers dear,

And that saddest kiss at parting

Brings to mind the falling tear.

Evér to be remembered by—Evelyn

Pierrepointe (Wife), Muriel and Manica











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enter per agate line on week-days| Courtesy Garage CHEVROLET Saloon in
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NOTICE new tyres,
RE-ESTATE OF FREDERICK ADOL- 1 1947 Ford Prefect in perfect condition.
PHUS CAREW deceased. 1 Dump Pan for heavy duty truck (as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali| MY type, going cheap. Phone 3453,
persons having any debt or claims upon Marshall & Edwards.
or affecting the estate of Frederick SS O-E =e
Adolphus Carew late of Fontabelle in eae. —
the parish of Saint Michael who died in| LORRY: One Dodge motor Lorry 1944

this island on the Ist. day of March
i961 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claims duhy attested
to the undersigned, in care of D. Lee
Sarjcant, Solicitor, 12 James Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 15th, day
of October 1951 after which date. I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
estate among the parties entitled thereto
having regard to the debts and claims |
only of which I shall then have had
notice, not be liable
for assets so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
accounts without delay
Dated this 10th. day of August 1951
JOHN CRITCHLOW BARKER, Quali
fied Executor, Estate of Frederick
Adolphus Carew, deceased,
11.8.51—4n

and that I shall







NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Application for one boy vacant Vestry
Scholarship at the Alleyne School will
be received by the undersigned up to
Wednesday, September 5th 1951

Applicants must be the sons of solici-
tors in straitened circumstances
between the ages of 10 and 11 as shown
by a birth certificate, this accompany

cach application,

All epplicants must present themselves
to the Headmaster of the Alleyne Schoo!
on Friday September 7th 1951 at 9.30 a.m.
or examination



C. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,
St. Andrew.
25.8.51—3n
NOTICE
PAR'SH OF St. JAMES

Applications for the post of Nurse at
St. Jamts Almshouse will be received
hy the undersigned up to Saturday the
Sth September 1951,

Applicants must be fully qualified as
a nurse and midwife. The Salary $56.00
per month

The successful candidate to
duties on the 25th September.

P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Board or Poor
Law Guardians St, James.

assume

33.8.51—5n



ee

NOTICE
PARISH OF St. PETER
The Parochial Office will be closed on
August 28th 1951.

G. 8. CORBIN,
Parochial Treasurer.
23.8.51—4n





NOTLICE

Wanted by the Vestry of St. Peter a
loan of £1,500 under The Saint Peter's
Parish Loan Act, 1951

Principal repayable by £150 per annum
jiterest at not more than four cents
per annum,

Applications for



the above loan will



be received by the undersigned up to
August 3ist 1951
G. S. CORBIN,
. Parochial Treasurer

22.8.51—4n

COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC-|

TATION LTD.
NOTICE

Applications are invited for the} _

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

Applications giving full particu-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cover to
the Secretary-Manager, Coconut
Growers’ Association, Ltd., P. O.
Box 229, Port of Spain, Trinidad
on or before 3lst August, 1951.
Particulars required:

(1) a. Date of birth.

b. Where born.

(2) Married or single,

(3) Where educated.

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

Certified copies of two
recommendations from pres-
ent (and previous, if any)
employers,
Names and addresses of
two referees for references
as to character, etc.
(8) Amount of annual salary
expected,

A recent passport photo-

(9) :

graph,
Note: No interviews will be
granted except by appointment

after all applications have been
considered,
. 21.8.51—4n.

(5)
(6)

(7)





~

Public Official Sale

(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904
(1904-6) & 30).

On Tuesday, the 11th day of Septem-
ber, 1951, at the hour of 2 o'clock in
the afternoon will be sold at my office
to the highest bidder for any sum not
under the appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by estimation 3,721 sq. ft. situ-
ate at Baxters Road in the City of
Bridgetown, butting and bounding on
lands formerly of Donald Williams but
now of James A. Tudor, on lands now
or late of one Goodridge, on lands
formerly of the estate of one Mary
Maxwell deceased) but “now of Daisy
Chambers, and on the Public Road, at
Baxter's Road Bridgetown, together with
the Dwelling Houses,
appraised as follows :—

The whole property appraised to FOUR
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOL-
LARS ($4,800.00)

Attached from A. H. Johnson & Seaton |
of W. A Johnson, |
towards satisfaction,

Buildings, &c.,

& T'tees
for and

Ex'ors
deceased
&e

N.B.—25

ef purchase

Deposit to be paid on day

T. T. HEADLEY
Provost Marshal |

Pro t Marshal's Office

24th Aug 1851 25 8 51—3n





FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 12 cents and
96 “cents Sutidays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays;





AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: 1950 Austin A-70 (Hampshire)
done 8, 400 miles. Five tyms. Dial 2450.
25.8.51—2n







CAR: One Detge, Car 1937 model in,
good working ition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos.
Agencies, Lid. 25.8.51 t.f.n.

CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
in good condition. Hydraulically operated
nood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 39235 between
10 a.m, 23.8.51—t.f.n.

CAR: Morris 8. 1947 Model in good
working order, tyres very good. Dial
4239. 8. 51-—3n



and 4 p.m.



—_—_————
CARS: (1) 1946 Plymouth Car, (1) 1938





Model with steel platform and in per-
fect condition, Apply: F. E. C. Bethell.
Phone 4184 24.8. 51—3n

ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR—One 6 cu. ft. G.E.
Refrigerator. (Ih good working order),
Owen T. Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial
3299 18.8. 51—2n







SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
M.E.M. 10K—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K
54.54, 203K--$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents

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

HOUSES







—_————
CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved
tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali
modern conveniences. Appiy on premises.
3.8.51—t.f.n.

BEDROOM FLAT
(1) One-Bedroom Fiat at “Abergeldie”,
Dayrells Road, from ist September next
Apply to E. C. Field. Dial 4255
24.8.52—3n

cosssencetsetetthtatinicntetaielauatinngecsitantanlasdierasatsies
FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly

built with spacious cupboards, Phone
2280.





“RISDALE, Barbarees,
adjoining Barbarees House.
Stone Bungalow 3. bedrooms = = and
all usual offices. Garage and servants’
room and all services including gas
Also orchard approximately half an acre
For appointment tc view, phone Mrs
Bellamy, 8365. 22.8.51—t.f.»
“POINT VIEW", newly built Bunga-
low, Worthing, Ch. Ch. (Opposite Cac-
rabank)— containing drawing, dining
rooms, porch, three bedrooms, gerage,
werden. Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Bynoe
19.8.51—3n.

——————_____

SEASIDE HOUSE, Maxwell, 3 bedrooms,
lounge, breakfast room, patio, garage,
garden, 2 servants rooms,
unfurnished, Rent $65 unfurnished. Tele-
phone 8580 25.8.51—I1n

“SUNSET"’,—St.

St. Michae!,

Modern











James, belonging to

Mrs. A. C. Worswick, for August and
September only. Furnished.
YEAR & BOYCE,
James Street.
14.8.51—t.f.n.



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

PUBLIC SALES







Tudor Street. Dial 5061. 25.8.51—3n
FURNITURE
“PORTADECK" CHAIR: Ideal for
besch, garden, in camp, on ship etc.

Entirely new in design and construction
—overall weight 6% lbs. Many other
attractive features Contact: S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. Dial 3713.
24.8.51—7n

LIVESTOCK

MARE;, Thoroughbred mare First Flight











by Flotsam out of Schiavina. Apply:
F. E. C. Bethell, Phone 4184
24.8.51—3n
MECHANICAL



ADDING MACHINES—‘Just received
4 shipment of Addo Adding Machines,
Intest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n

ADDING MACHINE—"One second
hand Adding Machine, small keyboard,
and two second hand Remington Type-
writers 14", apply T. Gcddes Grant Ltd.,
Phone 4442,” 22.8.51—7n

"MISCELLANEOUS

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price
one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd.
City Pharmacy. 11.8.51—T F_.N

GENTS BATH TRUNKS: Woollen
Maroon Colour Fine everlasting quality,
$3.12 each. Rush to get your share.
Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street





25.8.51—1n

“KEDDE”" CO2 Fire Extinguishers
Trigger Type—Model 10 @ $70.00 each.
Model 2% @ $45.00 each. Dial 4376.
T. Geddes Grant, Ltd. 11.8,51—3n
PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
eche—Pains in the limbs and joints—
Feverishness. Remember there is only one
ASPRO, 19.8.51—lin













PLANO: One Piano (Jewitt); Apply to
Louisa Worrell, Bank Hall Cross Road,
opposite Roxy Theatre. 25.8.51—2n

PLANES: Just received a shipment
of Wood-Working Planes for all purposes
Laurie Dash & Co., Tudor Street. Phone
5061 24.8.51—3n

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Pristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth
Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-
ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb
Cleaners, Manicure Brushés, Powder
Prushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl
Brushes, and many others.

H. P. CHEESMAN & CO, LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors. Dial 3382,
25.8.51—Tn

RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing
:..,and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7, 51—t.f.n.

SARDINES: Just opened. Genuine
Portuguese Sardines in pure olive oil,
36 cents per tin, Cannot be repeated
at this price and they do not repeat
Arply: Evelyn, Roach & Co,., Ltd., Pro-
vision Store, Rickett Street, or Phone
4672 or 4623, 24.8.51—3n

TYPEWRITER — One Smith Premier
Typewriter (noiseless), one Corona
Portable. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 18,8,51—2n.











WALLABA POSTS—All sizes. 6 8 10 12.
Apply G. Mayhew, Gittens Croney &
CO, Ltd. Dial 4334 or 2382.

19.8.51—4n







WANTED

HELP

COOK—Experienced Cook, female,
oleer woman preferred. For small family
in small country house, Must behave
with dignity and produce thoroughly
satisfactory pee mu iP pier eet

sty and ability. Write Box -
cain, Y ps 23.4,.51—4n











FEMALE experienced in operating Sew-
Skilled pearance. ain

hould y in mn to Pau ns
ec her Jones & Coleridge Sts.
24.8.51—2n

_—_—
OVERSEER; Senior Overseer—Welder.
Knowledge of lathe work helpful.
Apply: Manager, Lower Estate Factory
21.8.51—in





TYPIST: Wanted for oifive or well

established Manufacturers’ Agents, Typist
BC, Advocate.

MISCELLANEOUS

BEES-WAX:
Bruce Weatherhead, Ltd.

WANTED TO BUY

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

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINE out of use,
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs, Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets.
21,7,.51—9n.

FPROAOOSROR EATER ARTE 4 05
T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

ee

BICYCLES with Balloon Tyres that
give that super comfort ride.





Good quality Beeswax.
25.8, 51—3n





Just opened by —

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY %)



The most attractive
Lamps sou could ever see have
ust been opened by

JOHNSON'S HARDWARE

Reading |

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays.

REAL ESTATE

eee

One chattel House in Barbarees Road,
with open Gallery, Drawing room, 3
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices, A good home or Investment

= Small Chattel Cottages, situated be-
tween Browne’s Gap and Rockle Crass
Road, th containing Front Room, 5 |
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices. A good investment.

Apply to WH, Bryan, Roebuck Street,

25.8.51—3m

1 Property in Tweedside Road, with
shop standing on 1997 sqr: ft of land

1 House, In Bush Hall. 20 x 12 x 9.

1 House. On Thomas Land, Clapham,
16 x 9 x 8, Shed 16 x 8 (new).

] Spot of Land, 2,224 sqr: ft. at Advent
Road, Bank Hall Price Reasonable
Apply to Ebony Realty & Commission |
Agency Marhill Street, Dial 5001 j

25.8. 51—2n |

_
PROPERTY: Upstairs house with shop





situated at Eagle Hall Corner. Apply to

Hugh A, DaCosta Thompson, ‘Water

Ville’ St. Matthias Gap, Hastings
25.8.51—2n

The undersigned will set up for sale at
their Office, No: 17, High Street, Bridge-
town, on Wednesday, the 29th day of
August, 1951, at 2 o’clock:—

200 Shares — Barbados Shipping &
Trading Co. Limited.
Barbados Foundry Ltd.







163° Shares

300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative
Cotton Factory Ltd.

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
22.8.51—6n

reer eneenein
That very desirable business premises
known as No, 22 Swan Street occupying
a corner site and standing on 2520 square
feet of land,
Inspection on application to the tenant
Mr. F. 8. Nicholls
This property will be set up to Public
con petiiton on Friday 31st August 195)
at 2 p.m, at the office of the undersigned
CARRINGTON & SEALY. |
18.8.51—12n

AUCTION |

——————
BY instructions received from the Com-
missioner of Police & will sell by Auction
on Monday the 27th at 2 p.m. Several
items which includes (1) Small Boat, Felt
Hats, several spoons and forks, and other
items of interest Terms strictly Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
Auctioneer, Dist. “A

Govt

25.8.51--2n



ANNOUNCEMENTS

VACATIONERS !
Spend your Summer Days on the Sea

at Sunset House, Prospect St. James.
Limited accommodations. Dial—2759 for
Reservations. 18.8.51—3n



GOVERNMENT NOTICE



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS.
AND TRANSPORT

Vacancies for’ Road Overseers,

and,
| 96 cents Su days 24 words — over 4

25.7.51—t.£.n. |

furnished or |

BARBADOS

ngster Tells
Of Jamaica
| Hurricane



Sa

“BAY VIEW". St. Lawrence Gap. On
| the Sea. 2 bedroom house fully: f-nished @ From page 1.
| best seabathing, immediate possession. Out. The water went off about
| Apply next door, Mrs. RB ne in|? couple of hours after. As a
_. |matter of fact they were then
| BUNGALOW “Confidence” Station Sutout water, light, gas or tele-
in, bedrooms, all medern conveni- | pho: i
ences. Spacious vard, fruit trees. Ist ethics All Ce sizects
September. Apply Mrs. V. L. Gibbs, :
Marichester, Lands End. 25.8.51—2n| He went to the Governor and

they set up an organisation for
getting people sheltered and feed-
ling them. Unfortunately some
cf the schools set up as emer-
fency centres had been blown
cown, The question of food pre-
jFanted no difficulties.

| By evening they began to get
rews in Kingston from some of
tae country districts. . Communi-
cations having been cut they
«ould not get any before. They did
}) ot hear anything of the western
|.nd of the island, however, and
en Sunday momning he got into a
eep and travelled to this area
tle travelled for 320 miles and
i sturned at 4 p.m. This was done
o that he could report to the
Covernor on the situation.

| By Monday morning the Tele-
phoné Company were able to get
a few lines working. The same
morning a Housing Committee
were set up with the object of
helping people to get back into
their homes if these were at all
|capable of being repaired, and to
provide them with essential sup-
plies. With the services then
nroverly organised, it was decided
‘that he should be made free to

|attend the general meeting of the

Regional Economié Committee

“The problem facing us now”,
said Mr, Sangster, “is essential
services. I hope that the water

supply is back again as desired.
Some of the mains had been rip-
ned up. As regards lighting, for

~|the lack of technical staff, repair

men and the like—some of the
areas may not get light for a
couple of weeks.”

The greatest problem was
housing, he said. He expected
there would be no difficulty in
setting supplies of food for some
time, theugh the-situation might
become some kind of a problem
in due course.



50 Killed In
Plane Crash

@ from page 1
Three of,the victims were babes
in arms, Near the edge of the
precipice over which the plane
hurtled into a 500-foot deep
canyon lay the tiny bedy of a
little boy. He was wearing a
bright red sweater and his blond
curly hair was of the same col-
our from an ugly wound, The
rest of the bodies were strewn
around the canyon bottom, mer-
cifully hidden from sight in the
heavy brush of the canyon, Hours
after the crash, Alameda county

coroner men still were at the
grisly task of recovering the
bodies from the scene. —U.P.



The Kinsmen Have
Been Let Down

from page 1
Empire proceeds.”

Lord Lyle’s final words in this
battle of pros and cons are: “Great
acts of statesmanship will be nec-
essary to repair the damage. Above
all is the necessity for a complete
change of heart in our attitude to
Commonwealth affairs, reaffirma-
tion of our faith in the Empire, |
determination to strengthen the}
ties which bind us together and
reiteration of our gratitude and!
affection for those who always)
stand behind us, come what may.”)



Communist Paper
Tells Villagers To
Be More Alert

PRAGUE, August 24.
Official Slovak newspaper
Pravda called for regular patrols
in the villages and fields of “all



Grade I. |
Applications are invited for
appointments to vacant posts of
Road Overseers, Grade I. 1

The post is pensionable with
salary at the rate of $1,200 a year
rising by annual increments of;
$72 to $1,632 per annum.

2. The appointment will be on |
one year’s probation in the first!
instance and will be made sub-!
ject to the selected candidates |
being passed as medically fit for
employment in the Public Ser-|

e.

3. Candidates, who should be
between the ages of 30 to 40 years
and who must have had experi-
ence in road work, must be able
to read and write English, to
keep correctly the Labour and

suspicious individuals” as the
means of keeping away terrorists,
foreign agents, saboteurs, and
arsonists.”

The newspaper said that two
co-operative enterprises in the
western Bohemian towns of Pres-
tice and Brnjirov had been burned
by arsonists, recently and an offi-
cial in Rokyfancy had been killed
by two “dangerous criminals”
who had escaped “thanks to the
carelessness of the local popula-
tion.” He added that “these are
examples of a lack of vigilance’.

Pravda said, “collective security
does not mean unsound suspicion
everywhere and of everybody, but
just keeping a check on things



ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

'



VACANT POST
Relief Marine Officer, Trinidad Government Service,

{
|
|
)
Port Services Department

ApplicaNons are invited for

Trinidad Government Marine Service, Port Services Department.
Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competency
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trinidad
or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or superior
value issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom or in
It is desirable but not essential,
candidates should have had experience in the management and man-

any part of the Commonwealth,

seuvring of tugs.

The salary of the post is in the scale $2,400—120—$2.880 per
annum but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the scale

ita point commensurate with his

tions. A commuted overtime allowance of $25 per mensem is payable

PAGE SEVEN









MONTREAL

AUSTRALIA,











~ NEW ZEALAND LAINE, LIMITED,
ih (M.AN.Z.)
Vv. “CARIBEEE }}) S.S. “PORT FAIRY" is scheduled to
I 3th, Bowen July
uy 20th, Brisbane July
- y ugust 4th Melbourne
the post of Relief Marine Officer. ving at Trinidad Sep-
t Berbados September
neral cargo this





for chilled and




on
whipment at Trinidad to
Leeward and Windward

through Bilis
for St Lice. Grenada < <

" ngersa oni t
Sailing







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date to be no

that}



further particulars apply—~

B.W.t. SCHOONER OWNM!RS ee WitittY & CO. LTD.,
7
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ASSO. Inc TRINIDA',

BWI

{4 and

DA COSTA & CO. LTD.

)) sail fr »
() THE MV “CARIRBES y ot ¥
Will accept Cargo i Pa Ts Met
| 7 , s St itts sailing v embe at
THRE MV “DABRRWOOD"™ ire
Wilh accept Cargo and Passenger avrg





on salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable on

salary in excess of $2,400 per annum. Shore quarters are not provided
out in the case of officers recruited from overseas an allowance equal
to the difference between 10% of salary and rent paid is payable to an
officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an allowance equal to the
jifference between 10% of the salary and 5%
of furniture supplied in Government furnished quarters is payable to] « .
an officer who rents furnished quarters.
are subject to a maximum of $50 per month for a married officer
whose family resides with him or $30 per month in the case of an
ficer whose family is not residing with him and $20 per month for

in unmarried officer,

Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all.

ject to review at any time and not

free passages on leave for the officer, his wife and children subject to

a maximum of three adult fares,
The successful candidate will
years in the first instance, subject

‘ion, and will be required to contribute to the Provident Fund.
Applications giving full partitulars of qualifications and experi-
nee, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not
later than the 7th of September, 1951.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Grammar School, St. Vincent

Applications are invited for
the posts of Science Master
Mathematical Master, and two
Masters for General Subjects.

2. The Mathematical Master
will be required to teach Mathe-
matics, and the Science Master
to teach Chemistry and Botany,
up to the Higher School Certifi-
cate Standard,

‘$. Applicants should be Grad-
uates or holders of the Inter Arts
or Inter Science or Higher School
Certificates. The salaries offered
are:

(a) For Graduates

$96 to $1920.

(b) For Inter Arts ete.

by $72 to $1440.

The commencing salaries will
depend on experience and standard
of work.

4. Ability to take charge of the
Cadet Corps will be taken into
consideration .

5. Application should reach the
Edueation Office as soon as
possible, as the successful candi-
dates will be expected to assume
duty at the beginning of next
Term on 10th September.

Cc. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
ith August, 1951,



$1440 by

$1200

17.8.51—3n,

—_
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
AND TRANSPORT
Vacant Post of Assistant
Engineer

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

The post is pensionable and the
Salary will bein the Seale of
$1,728x72—2,160x96 —3,024x144-—
2,456 per annum, A commencing
salary above the minimum may be
paid to the candidate selected if
his experience and or qualifica-
tions warrant it.

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

3. In other respects the appoint-
ment will be subject to the Colon-
ial Regulations and the loral Civil
Service Regulations and Instruc-
tions. Passage expenses not ex-
ceeding $1,440 will be payable on
first appointrnent,

4. The duties attaching to the

‘post aré to assist with all works
‘of maintenance

and construction
of the highways and bridges of the
Department, the technical, admin-
istrative, financial and disciplinary
control of the department; also
to perform such other duties as the
Director may require from time to
time.

5. Candidates should possess a
Diploma or a Degree exempting
from Sections A and B of the As-
sociate "Membership Examination
of the institution of Civil Engin-
eers with at least two (2) years
post graduate experience or road
engineering and surveying.

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

7. The successful candidate will
be required to pass a medical ex-
amination. He may also be re-
quired to serve and reside any-
where in the Colony at the Gov-
ernor’s discretion.

8, Applications should be
mitted to the Colonial Secretary
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, to

sub-






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Worrell, Weekes Smash More Cricket League Records

iP iy Yi . i ae eae ray : 5 ag a
Ramadhin First Bowler ‘To The Man Behind:

' Randolph TURPIN

Take LOO Wickets in 195

August If
i

A REGULAR RUN-REVEL at Bacup saw more Lea





record : ites Clyde Walcott in his last report
Alley of Australia and K. Parrington shared in ar
unfi { nd of 237 for Colne’s second By I
he pres s best of, 234 in 1919. Alley’s 158 not out is I
ighest score so far in the League and a new dua
record for the Colne Club, sai

















By GEORGE WHITING

A SIX-FIGURE business, its sole assets a set of nut-

brown knuckles, opened it
Turpin knocked Sugar Ray

books the night that Randolph

Robinson off his world cham-

piohship perch just over a month ago.










5 ; . ide Lasi Wednesda the 23-yenr-
- — 2 cy old head of the corporation wa
' . waving those knuckles from the
deck of the Queen Mary. He wa
off to the United States on a little
nee job for the firm—a return fight
’ with Sugar Ray that will ng
{ “Licker” Turpin and his associates
‘ an immediate return of £40.000
I f profe from purse-money and film rights
t And that is, quite literally, not
the half of it. -Y will be guilty
of no exaggerat f you estimate
that the Turpin till will jingle to
the tune of £100,000 in the next
Six me nths
Rose Cohen, queen of the Inter-
3 : national Boxing Club's New York
oe rr ; c, hi told a friend of
start ‘ at Turpin v. Robinson may
roues ' easily revive the rictous days of
did no I n 1 the million-dollar “gate” un-
for th At known since Joe Louis Was in his
! < prime Block bookings to the
value f £200,000 are already
! taken up
, Britons will be there by the
oung Martindale vundred. West End clubmen and
Â¥ i i ' nae for S. RAMADHIN Mothers have chartered airplanes to
ah noaee t them within cheering distance
’ . of the Leamington Flyer at the
I YS ‘fe vl hictic Meet New York Polo Grounds on Sep-
a : . 5 tember 12. Members of the Queen
ir ( n is the on of d roy . :
f : k » aise Elizabeth social club, congratulat-
; ? : ( * ; fs lanine d Vo Raise ing themselves on the circum-
ae : siete . ‘ . * stance of time and tide, are sav-
: f ‘ 5 he 7 , I i i uinds Lo Aid J C@ ing up for bunches of tickets.
¢ l fare badl ! the t i ‘ Correspondent) 210 1s. Seats
Rawtenstall attack and were all LONDON, Aug. 24
out for > rur Ros larshall, dhe quarier mile of the century Sun-tanned socialites in the
ho is not having a iccessfuk May he staged in 1} land on South of France have bought up-
to Tribe fos a Sepremper iy in aid of tue Hurri- wards of 600 ringside seats at £10
rit finished with 62ane Relief Fund, 103. a time from Jack Solomons-~
ets for 27 runs in 8.3 overs. Plans are now bei drawn the British promoter who having
ir Rib ile League, Der- ‘up for a battle of giants between launched ae as a a eeenccat
by three wickets against Arthur Wint, Herb | ran) s and given him his world chance
The tatter were all out for Vincent ee » McKenley and coiied with him on Wednesday

) easy paced wicket.
three early wickets

One big snag is
over

getting Rhode:
to England for








rwen the race it
uding their professional Ken h re were gyaranteed by o
kards who was out for 5 runs, ganisers of the meeting there
but they managed to pass the would be a considerable cut :
score for the loss of seven wicket mount which could he hanaed
over to the Relief Fund Bu
Worrell I fare could be guaranteed by
Frankie Worrell broke the Cen- some firm or outside agen A
tral Lancashire League batting Indian athletes here re
record last Sat 1 with a vinced that the meetir would b
brilliant 123 not out against Little- a “sell out”,
borough. He has four more game Even now the meeting will have
and is looki forward to reach= plenty to offer, for beside Wint,
ing 2,000 runs. Radcliffe had no Bailey ang MeKenley severel
difficulty in defeating Littlebor- othe top ranking English star
ough by 7 wickets. neluding mile champion Banni
ter are likely to take part

Ramadhin’s 100 Wickets












Sonny Ramadhin is the first
bowler in the League to reach J ‘
100 wickets He finished last BOYS’ CLUB
Saturday with 7 wickets for 42 CRICKET MATCH
runs, making } total 102 with
four matches to be played. The Bay Street Boys’ Club will
play their first ermecket matcn
Marshall 100 against Y.M.P.C., at Beckle
The West Indies XI played at *08d at 1 p.m, on Sunday
Leigh against the local team last Playing for the Boys’ Ciub us
Sunday, The West Indies batted B®. barker (Capt), E,
first and after losing their first % Pollard, J. Callendar, ¢
six batsmen for 50 runs, including “iarshall, B, Herbert, I. Cadogan,
the wickets of Worrell and $ Aileyne, C. Thompson, b&b
Weekes, Marshall played one of Wilkinson, Leroy Edwards
his best innings for the season, ahanien
seoring 103, eut of a total of 174. ae sj A ora
The local teany were all out for 1S M.C.C. TEST IN

72 due to fine bowling by Sonny
Ramadhin and Ellis Achong wha
+ook 6 for 22 and 3 for 28 respec-
tively, :

The West Indies play at Darwen

CANADA OPENS

VANCOUVER,
stage was
rirst

Aug, 24
set on Friday







next Sunday. ever played in Canada,
A touring Marylebone Cricke
4 : Club team will meet a re
. = =e ) “I sentative Canadian J
Dick Sav itt Kk or U.S. Sperine. at 1 15 n : apath ing

on Saturday,

- .
ennis A crowd for Canadiar

ms ‘ “ ericket, possibly 4,000 to 5,000
Championship

expected to attend the Test
(CP)
NEW YORK, Aug. 22,
Wimbledon Cham pion Dick
Savitt topseeded over defendir
champion Art Larsen for the

record








Soccer Results

Amateur Tennis champions LONDON, Aug, 24
Not since Don McNeil was by- Results of soecer games playe
passed in 1940 has a_ previous In the United Kingdom on Thu









nat al winner been passed over. day follow: —

Savitt was chosen becatise of ENGLISH LEAGUE
his fine pk in winning both Sets
Wimbledon and Australian cham- ipmil vee ue 1 (Tie)
pionships. irs¢n has been pia Doncast ‘ Bnvete ss) Bla
ing poorly. burn Rovers 0.

Dori Hart Wimbledon’s Everton 1, Brentford 0 Not
woman champion, topseeded tingham Forest 3, Southamptor
among women for the champion- 9
ot ei es ging at Division I

. be mes . Rol , ‘
Dupont who won the title last june Wanderers 0, New Cas-
year did not enter. oe United 0 (tie) Chelsea
- aie. Arsenal 3. Huddersfield Town

Manchester City 1 Manchest

SPOON SHOOT United 4, Middlesbrough 2.

aii Pts : Portsmouth 1, Blackpool 3

There will be a Spoon Shoot } preston North End 3, Charlto
at the B.R.A Government ‘Athletic 0, Wolverhampton Wan
Range to-day 1 pm. The jterers 1, Derby County 2
Ranges will be 300 and 6004 . (cP)
yards. >, 91°



in the role of guide, philosopher
and artful old uncle.

Even Ras Prince Monolulu will
be there, That picturesque selec-
tor of horse-flesh burst into a West
End restaurant the other day to
announce that he was spending
£150 on a transatlantic trip to the
Turpin corner

And Turpin himself? Many
things have been happening to the
sepia warrior from Hanworth
Road, Warwick, since those cho-
colate muscles of his made an ex-
champion of Robinson

And I do not mean cheering
crowds, the flash of camera bulbs
handshakes backslaps, mayoral
receptions, autograph books by




the thousand, requests to open
horticultural shows, or even ex-
hibition bouts of £200 a go. That

kind of stuff is tinsel to the new
Turpin, the picture on the box,
the “front”.

The Whisper

Two hours after Turpin had
beaten the ego out of Robinson, #
dozen of us sat down with the nes
champion to a celebration suppet

Prescott, at 4 London hotel, and my nei th-

bour—a tall man, pink-cheeked
smooth, bespectacled, fortyish
leaned over and whispered to me
that from then on, he would be
responsible for the new world
champion’s “exploitation’

I am afraid I did not pay enougn
«tention to the information
Which was very remiss—for the
whisperer is a man of whom the
sporting world is going to hear



y © quite a lot before the Turpin Tai
cricket test match

is ended.

Mect 41-year-old Leslie Salts
who began as a comme reial ari
student at Liverpool at 5s. a wé
who ran an advertising \
profitably that he finishec
director of 14 companies whose
products he publicised; who
cleaned up £100,000 from a holi-
day camp at Morecambe; who
bought a pseudo-historic castle on
the North Wales coast and turned
it into a good enough money spin-
ner to enable the boss and his vi-





vacious brunette wife to spend
their winters abroad.
A courteous man, a cute man

d and the man who now shapes the

- “exploitation” of Randolph Turpit
The champion’s boxing career
remains in the hands of Georg:
Middleton, the quiet little Leam-

ington grocer who has managed
Turpin’s affairs since he left the
amateurs five years ago, Midd!

ton says whom Turpin shall fish
and for how much,
1 Outside of boxing, however, th
colection of cash from the midal
weight championship of the worl
has become the responsibility o!
» ~6council of four—Turpin him
eldest brother Dick, manazer
Middleton, and Leslie Salts
This is the team that went int
action the moment referee Eugene
Henderson pointed his pencil a
"Turpin as the conqueror of Robin
son, From then on, if you wante
Turpin to open your sale of work
“See Mr, Salts,”



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The Turpin Tie

Business was brisk from the
start. Down at Gwrych Castle. at



LESLIE SALTS

Abergele where Turpin had train-
ed and whence he returned, they
took on 30 extra staff to cope with
the crowds. One of them a mathe-
maties student, was roped in, to
take charge of the pets’ corner.
Ten thousand trippers had their
photographs taken with the new
champion—for cash, Between
spells of posing with mum, dad
and the kids, Turpin went off on
a 3,000-mile trip to take part in
exhibitions—some _ strictly busi-
ness, others to keep faith with old
pals.

Soon you will be able to wear a
Randolph Turpin tie or a Ran-
dolph Turpin shirt—or byy your
girl friend a scarf with Randolph
Turpin’s picture on it. Teen-agers
will be telling you that the most
fashionable sports equipment has
Randolph Turpin’s signature em-
blazoned across it. If you are of
the inquiring type, you will be
able, a little later, to read the
book of Randolph Turpin’s rags-
to-riches life

Stage, screen and radio agents -

have been raising their ante al-
most daily in a frantic endeavour
to join the band-waggon—only to
find that the Turpin Team, for the
time being at any rate, have their
own ideas about commercial en-
tertainment.

Turpin turned film star within
a few days of whipping Sugar Ray
Up in Warwickshire, and with his
15-year-old nephew——Dick’s son
playing the part of the schoolboy
Randolph, they have been shooi-
ing scenes of the new champion’s
cuff-or-be-cuffed youth. Turpin
himself has tn. turn been made up
as a builder’s labourer, a groom,
and a Royal Navy cook—each of
them a real life role from pre-
Robinson days.

The Cigarette End



The half-hour film is completed.

Soon it will be accorded joint pre-
mieres in this country’ and the
U.S.A. World-wide distribution is
assured.

Big money, really big money, is
just around the corner for Turpin.
With a stack of new silk shirts,
his first set of tails, a bunch of
boogie-woogie records, and a few
well-chosen words to the populace,
our Randolph is on his way to the
stars.

And only his intimate friends
will be around when he slips away
from the back-slappers, slides a
surreptitious hand into an inside
pocket, and gropes for the solace
of less affluent times—a cigaret
butt from yesterday.

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NAPLES, Aug. 24.
Canadian authorities officially
turned over the first part of a
150,000 ton gift. shipment of arms
for the Italian army, sufficient to
equip an entire infantry division.
Communists made no attempt
to demonstrate against the arrival.

Boxer Turns
= e »
Architect
The once popular Lightfoot Kid
known outside the boxing ring as

James Arrindale Watkins told
the Advecate yesterday “I am

Defeat


















PLAYING with only ten men Harrison College suf- through with the ring and am The port area as for all ship-
fered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Queen’s College of British now studying modern architec- ments of arms arriving in_ Italy
Guiana in a football match inthe School Triangular ture and mathematics. was heavily guarded by Italian
Tournament yesterday. James- Watkins has just com- ldiers and riot police There

- " The teams were: — pleted a course in designing 2Nd were no inci ients. : uP
At half time the score wv! garrison College. Smith, Mor- building from the Bennett —U.P.
two—nil in -favour of Queen’ jicon Forde Simmons Griffith College; Sheffield. The forme OT
College and about 15 minutes pion’ witlar Py Tud H SS a triple crown champion of Bar- architecture. ed Cctisce
jt play had started in the Jas . illiams, Tudor, Hope and bados hag travelled extensively Six months at Erdiston ee
second half, Moore kicked in the Carter. : Bacct and while in the Navy in Trinidad were spent in lectures in cratts
the third goal for Queen’s. Th: _ Queen's College. ne a urge came to him to study manship, pe IS,
other goal scorers were leit Branker, Owen, Phillips, Wong = = eee
winger Bud Lee and right winger Moore, Lee, Chan, Bishop, R. Lee tn your looks
Phillips. and L, Lee. { For the extra confidence in your 8
The, game was slaw throughout - 7 ——ESES— DRESS
and the pitch was soaked due to CRYPTOQUOTE No 7 | 1
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rison College defending the goal j J. A. CORBIN & AON. j
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ball kicked hard in the goal.
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vas well placed,

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College players to press—Queen’s
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who kicked well away from
Smith in the goal after cutting
in from the wing.

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forward for Harrison College had
a splendid opportunity to opes
the scoring for his side when
finding himself unmarked and
some feet from the goal but
he kicked the ball yards away
from* the right post of the goal.

Shortiy
receiving

after chis, Moore, on
a pass from one of his

backs, ran down and scored the
third goal for Queen's College.





What's On

Today
Victorian Exhibition at the Bar-

bados Museum 10 a.m, te 6 p.m.
Police Courts and Juvenile Court

‘0 avm, ie aoe
Fyeld Day of Rockley Golf ub
shooting (B.R.A.)—Government

Range p.m.
The fourth series of First, Inter-

mediate and the fifth of Second
Divisions cricket at the various

grounds 1 pm,
The games are;

FIRST DIVISION
Wanderers vs. Combermere—Bay
Spartan vs. Empire—Park.
Cariton vs. ¥.M.P.C,—Carlton,
Lodge vs. Pickwick—Lodge
College vs. Police—College

INTERMEDIATE
Pickwick vs. Wanderers—Oval
Empire vs. Spartan—Bank Hall
Regiment vs, Cable & Wireless—
Garrison
Windward vs.
Congo Road

SECOND DIVISION
Y.M.P.O. vs. Carlton

Koaa
Foundation ys.
ation.
Leeward vs. Empire Foster's
Central vs, Wanderers — Vaucluse |
Compberntere vs. College—Com-



Mental Hospital—

Beckles



Pickwick—Found-

bermere |
CINEMAS {
Empire: “Ellen” 9.80, 445 and
5.0) pom,
Aquatic Club “Anna And The
King of Siam” 5 and 8.30 p.m.
Olympic: “Halls of Montezuma”







and “Panic In The Streets’ 4.50
& 8.15 p.m,

Plaza: (Bridgetown) “The Big
Steal” 445 & 8.40 p.m.

Plaza; (Oistin) “Lawless Breed”
and ‘Arizona Cyclone” 9.30 a.m,
“High Sierra’ 5 & 8.30 p.m, |

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WEATHER REPORT

From Codrington }
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—— Temperature: 76.0 I

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Wind Velocity: 13 m.p.h. {
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29 889,

(3 pm.) 29 842

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S Ml Kit \ WOU si BARBADOS \DVOCATK I'A'il MRU mu i<> a* iioiti W orkers Hours And Wages Fom 0 %  %  Government hat ifivcn lh.it :. BflJ :::.: ibOTtl ductd In thp Lews'...-. th* object of which is to fix the rate* of wacn. ttto h. •nd the Rvneral conditions of employment of all person plovrd m hotels, mtaui ant-, eating-houses and parlour*, witti particular reference to thoae •ngagnl in Ji It la proposed in the Ml every worksr of his empliivcr WOfffcl for an/ parlSd exceeding 56 hours in any -ne week %  hall tk at one and rate. Hotel M have not %  M hour for lun em eo n n the case n..v be, u | not Ian than 18 minutes for any other meal taken on the The occupier of ..ny I provide a suitable room for the arcommiidatn.il of work) any Inter ... for by the Ordinance. The i-mUhll also grant I week-da> %  . addtton %  hall alternate Sunday, Minimum K.iti I Following an niininiuiti rates n Rmanrani.* M Cotllaf.1 : Cook $6.0": Head Waitress 14.80; Ordei Gin f.fl<>. Boy $4.20. Dlah Washer M-W. The sains hot Bteahi en • foi n for hotel employee-, also apply m i*mpto>eea of raetau shops. Parlours, Aress $4.B0; Boy TWE- 9 AM T I M id r ^ Truman Denies Red Allegations 'Hirkli-in V^HIIK'U k AC.* GJ>.0. Now HousinI in 7 liuiidings GEORGETOWN, Au. 22. Following the destruction of the General Crorgetowit in n ... JJepertmi-nonducted in U Of the City. A in A concrete building strustton 1952 will ho"*.' n. G.P.O. but in.tions Department The $1,500.0(1(1 hai fiind.s ralaad Ordinance In hli Ri 1 % %  .. the .. Post and T< U Department mnounte to 21 as compare* with %  1949. When ere taken foi the %  $253,506. the net rtellcit would b* $72.86 He* |. .loUdH-.l *:..,:. %  ., issued in 1950. rh. RajM • atai .. that Oar* was at:.' i the U e made of the parrel post I especially In UtOBl exceeded tho-w of I'M* by *.!MM. Talephona itaUatlca .showed a tel< telegraph ssrvfcV BhOWad ni.irice whole Caribbean area. Mr LAW, F.xcvutivo Set-re thO) Caribbean Tntrrim Comentttae who recently another such tour said that must ( ,f u,,, iilandjt reported D summer compared with 1950 Thw ammnted to more than M in some cases, and in %  at the Carina Hiit.m • otel in Puerto Rico, this wan 81* I full. I Ohnad mat this iniM be nltrihuted to the and publicity efforts l ihf tourist hoards, transports nle totals and thi> overall eampalan of th r C1 T.C.. all of wh ch I • pecud emphafcu M Bjotal adi-aniajffs 01 i' irel and the desfr(i wile, .f %  Cnribin ummrr. n1 where the v. Islands were met—Virgin Islands Puerto Rico, tlblk, Haiti. Jamil mclude0d 'irmfted their Intenli^ti >( ri In the pormnnent ti ai an increased rate i auct amount danCl xinlrlbutlon will %  I at the Third General Of tlv C.I.T.C. *o bo I the Hotel .inrarun. C(udad TTujillo, Dornlnloan Repubit<*, : 17 ta II // The Cease-fire KuKiuxkia,, V J W[.... I !.. Talks Fail. . (By FRANK BAatTBOLOMEW) TOKYO. A IF AND WHEN the Korean atmisticv talks ire finally written ofl what then War of %  01—. but arhal knul ol war and with what results ? Even during the past week United Nations (ore** have tide inlo Communists vigorously all alOfM the I99-tMI front except in the area near Kaesong. and the Reds ajej reported to have finished resupplyins their front line troopt with food and ammunition on August 2\. Steps Lp Activity H AROI INA I %  %  the AaaaclBiiBii of i Klana, said on Thursday that the whether h,. THK TEXT i Pi fire negotiations In Korea i report. hat made . %  lAimmumst ,-l,um thai the I': eii the Kae t u nrea. NO Vi i-. 1 %  >-re even i'me the | -. % %  laea Wneen% any eaamy airpjejaBM i> fe a the tiiin^v oatura 11 %  i doubtful %  %  %  i UM ruani m %  %  %  inrthrr meettnni in Anuartiee iivVUiWlHMMi. but il K not ,!,.!! .VASHI I, At) Truma nt on R .vv ha* ;'ub1te the story of II tuna no truth m MM Itcd N-liona' plainliad bombKu Klax Kian i> aaappma "I' 'l" %  rajaa uaaMoani aeuvny and he foresees lli< djtj rt n,n il wUI %  enun carer the ttiileai Maaaa He said that a full seule niganbnttooel drive i* nm> und w] in North CaroUne and n Kl-n ire sohedulw for North .-•nd &mth CarnUna, n terrtnl lo tin Hotanisl Findi \< 1 H Spedei Of Oroliids In EG Htnteiland Since then accurdipg lo inromed aourcea Red* have beer •Iven addlttonal time to moving UP fresh ntfanlry units and replacement.*. The next military development in the combat art a is awaited e/iut feaMreat Obaorvera felt CommuiiLiu would Strike flret from positionfl iT*o Ox.r Own CrtrmpnMlrmi> whloh have been buili up most GEORGETOWN AU| 2" heavily durinu the Knesanj: tnllc. Rev. (1 V. njt S .1 That couM mean a pivaaure wcll-knovni En drive into the iron trumaie with lepoited tlie dUcoverj ol 14 ipea hope of breaking out southwtrd eles of orehldj hltheno u natn u wn ie tTifnngmi e-orrtdeT upon to the outside erarU PiWtl*nti!,n,> anti-eri burnnm law ennlSeeui. Braerao who has u-d the expedl" ( hy l^cudature • %  Although the line al this point ***! l lt -'"' ni "' irla1 1 "' IhHWuh He Hdd the field hi "unltmtted' %  neaUna fcar II i ml aever;i %  bel i.. ii.unlau InfcNiUon t.i beck out c % %  n mei i atil it pal appraue th. truth af litM nlafed %  cOBfM Mun lha) %  ;ii?n nia thai in*M ejajoejationi fore .-tppointe.1 Ueutananl t'olonel on Rei man Taln.aitge^ honorary tff when TalaMeiie Oewanm IIMH Hi %  iwa i t e ivpoi %  .•! %  mtMlon B]aned l>> Talmadge han*mg on the wan of hM Kl •luerterv hero Hamilton MM) the Kiiin menibt mhip I ... % %  thte year despite the .. %  %  -I I" has been advanced about a mile G"ina during the peat fanner north by United Nation* fcla,05U lax suppl' and rommunieations ffltuartpresenbt tton. that Allied forces could unv,. ih.-m aax-k and exact terrific toll in the procen. A potential factor which might adually turn the tide of war as matteri now stand nWoleae around the pcssibllitv that Rnlie might suin.lv Chinese and North R i. %  ateUltea with airplanes find pil..is %  ulBclent to neutmlue the present suiMvlorlty of an(Hiwer held by United Nation* B.G. QaBm is Reeord Income Tax on %  %  sdM -I >F-SI'A!N. Aug. 22. . 1 %  %  M hloher %  I in the United rhfcl statement wn* Mr. n. Lotnawi pertntendent •>! External Examinationwho returned from the 1 Tuesday • %  ptala K. i % %  lei of E'hK-atlon. worth represented Trin%  %  f katlOM He %  1th the better rain Knglish Ian1950 exIn such a case the nunui ically larger Chinese ground *rmj if protected toy elr cover mirftit bo able tu sweep south. An obvious brake upon any Russian Inclination to supply lenuiatte air power tr it, pup-pl GEORGETOWN. Aug. 22. The year 1949. on which the Id mauiK record in v., or income lax. reported Mi. W Stoll, Cummlsaionei of Income Tax. ThU, he aaid, is doe to t* t elimination of aiu.n Irani pre. vious years and an Increase ir. piollts from trade, bimnes-. tV The statement l.el..w -I. > %  eomi>ratlve eollr, %  ,|| lax f... ti..yean im 10*5 ... Ift&O I1H8MMSJ20 fCwnpaain S4.04T.ir.7wi. individual] SBVM19140). Ituy M,088,677. tCompanie* M. 134.452. Indlviduali U34^2M 1050 a5,9ll.35.4l. (Ompati| $.o7*fieh, individuals SHI:I 4fl,73, I9.~>l Proilia-lion Of Sugar Behind L950*fl FOR B.C. CROP GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22. llriiish Guiana's sugar produeyeai up h) the %  eefe U.S. Hcarfiiifr For Diclutorship SttiAtQH TAFT HELGHAm. laafenj ^uju l U SenaUn HOIM-M T.IC Republican aaid Thur^dM> lh.it riuui.i'i uii adn % %  %  il his own peril" II he contlnuci to send iroops abroad without the approval of Conareaa. rafl HIO Ti lunan I ind more power in foretan i->liiy Hid will liecome a "cempoate dictator in foreign poUc* if the prei'••it trend eonttnuet The Republican leadei t->tinr i wtedi told the Maine %  to Ailaeiatton Hnl be> Preatdeni sent troops to Korea without Cenart the United Sub itutional enrii Taft said he v> J > in favour of -eliding t pj to aTurone bul II would be %  "aood Idea 'to and mostly air force and ror. Such personnel he said, could wWtdrawn mon eaallj inan LTouqd forces "befn-e war befl inent." I l' PnuaWttoaui To Suftuanl Farook Mti Aaau I look uftei 11 OOttj thai two I %  ^wllgerlani w him rti. KB %  "• then h oneymoon i I • %  • Toli-e U ni ttw 'i *tanth % %  K n ith Uaaraayguni vere % %  i>~ h wab h el Roval radii %  he Mo 1.11 Brrtl I I %  nd roll* %  1 eai Cannes for them. Reports fro-n i"int.-s said four ara poUo %  • i "Vetl then |0 |tn I C'llin the %  i lert did no' depot t % %  %  0RIVE IN AND PRAY i III HtlM -o. .mu. ; pen, some. mtti Thai did noi ive t" fat out of their i ii" to uea it "*• %  < %  .lee in w*< P %  unded peaker. in Nashville, Te one* II. Elder conducted earrtghl i orts-shut Invausc the temperaHO. Christian Scientr t liradiia; Knum | "cloe* la I EDDY may 1M r*d, borrovte. %  or purchaMd VISIIOKS M;I \M I im I Contal DD eaaes'HB^-taa^aaaB S (*^jaa***i M@MTMRM(B YES, ITS CRICKET nil \ PLAI i HH KI i i i i .v unajton i ti %  %  ..N be i Bolh Korea and Jafxin with Interest to ate whether th general warfare never onVlallv suspended w-i.uld be resumed no the previous %  iimited" basis or upon the allout scale urged by atuVad August II. is ll.aM tor aited iwhmd in*.t for the eerteapi period lasl veej %  iilOllhH to cial figure i.|i ... i ;ne Sugn Assoiiation. The year*) productain to August 11, amounted to only 88.87S tons period tn 1950. RATLS OF EXCHANGE OAM ID4 ;ti* Awa.l. is-.i (J I 10'. pi I Bsnkrt* S| D llM Dr,ifu el .1 I IK' |.r hi •/-. in < %  :. w ion pt Siiv r HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay HV. l-id %  Joy. M V SMlmlUal. v.-iii nan ilti i i-ii PiUfini M V Wlvrt lrf*av. rri Zlta WnniU. M V Dsrw<>od, *ch. O.rdonU W Re". I.ydu Adlno S • %  pranfclrn n R •. a D'Orlaf. St-W I .M'KIVAl.S lie lor i 'inlnlca. bM M WM n. .. fr-.m TtPMOma. I ~U> t..r.f n. Cap! i ^ Hu.-. Iiom f-iiidat! TTJIHIO .. Mar, A 10T torw ntt. Capt. rmni Liverpool. IIWAHIUMS %  <>• IBS ion* $57,000 BRIDGE' tteneral MaeArthur's premise that **—* *ff 1O0, ?i!J n ,0,, ; (he "very purpose of wwfere Is to win." Doubt has been expressed in public announcements from high quartan that the United Nations could eve r win the war in Korea by driving out Communists i' the Red base for supply and reinforcement across the Yalu 11( River In Manchuria remains 'off i-. ,-on.tnii ihe limit." i„ U.K. uir alrlkes. Roya, Road PORT-Or-SPAIN, Aug. 2'1. A modern bridge, fw (.overnment allocated S57.OO0 ighi ruui.tnago. will tad OB Ihe Manieas ti |il..i e i>| tr rVhlCh rloud 18 • luring a lieav month* ago. Sum t'jpi r St Vir, ly the spirit Of front h'r;i r T,^!~j' m rK u r 1 , ^ > : !"!" ."-Mon M ^ i.,„. ,i.,„ .S" "n f ?T'% M "ft ?"""}' -I the „ !" brldcr. wer,eomplM. ',.,1^., T£.T? ."":"".,S d !" w 1 r!* Ijocr at Keong l 5 to Btrt lhat KUlri connrurtlon work -Iiiuiing nnd win th, wn or.ee wm ,,, an „„„. nmi n,,. and lor nil xi thai jonuini!•• hrirttr wl n |,c built on u pw %  • can be 't up by UK. and so and a portion of the road divertthat troops eventually can *o ed. Gwemmi-nt KU alM .ill.-..t borne. MI ti3,oeo tor the ImprovenMnl —I'T. of the road In the virtnity MORE RECORDS BROKEN ON C ASTROL' ULSTER GRAND PRIX 35 0 cc. 16th Augus t Placed 1st. 2nd. & 3rd in Record Time 96.85 M.P.H. ULSTER GRAND PRIX 500 c c. 18th August Placed 1st, 2nd. 3rd. 4th & 5th. DUKE is now WORLD CHAMPION 350 cc & 500 cc Classes HE ALWAYS USES "CASTROL" Motor Oils LRU AYS .. MILK STOUT EDINBURGH SCOTLAND AiSTENDER LEAF TEA MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS NOTICE The Public is hereby notified that we will be shortly III \M I IIIIIM. Oil! IHM.VKSS TO Ol IB M \\ em '•IIS'IS. ><•.'l.'i. Hi i..i.l Sir. .1 opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co. fla£€& Lower Broad Street. WOW READY!! 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ir.ui l: Mill VIK)S \|i\ ni Ml SATIRIIW Mil -I IS, IS1 Worrell, Wee'kes Smash More Cricket League Records Rumadliin Firsl Bowler To Take 100 Wickets In I'>.">. %  %  %  The M(in Behindt Queen 9 g Defeat Randolph ILRPLX H College 3-NU B> GEORGE WHITING i %  i A SIX-FIGUfl Its sole assets a >• %  • KS the niuht that Randolph Robinson off till .... t OVI %  %  < w m MJH. II i The Turpin Tie two—Ml %  %  %  rUhlctk MVH i; Planned To Raise i unds t<> Aid J ca %  i %  %  %  %  I %  i ib'i New York %  %  %  | %  I %  I %  i %  %  tickets %  t*hc quart) %  led 010 ids. Scats %  %  Boutl %  %  Kt( %  %  I r %  :, ll I rly wicket." < %  th i ... ,. | nnutlant Worrell Turpin cor I Ann ffj %  lll'K Ev %  rtifflcul" PI AYINi; len mm Harn%  %  feat at ti* hands of Queen's College of British Guiana thi School Triangular %  rday. I .'!.— lUrriMti CMsagi Smith, Mar%  %  DU .. Williams. Tudor. I Catlsi U-cW. Col In r tironker. Owen Phillip : Op, ft. Ll Lea %  %  larti %  I the third Quasi OtlW %  %  nd right wlngei I %  ad the ; %  With Bar•.' rending the nou\ % % %  the pilch. Soon alter piny thi %  %  i coal and %  %  twice. When U i %  U • %  •T, In I. BIOM ball kick* Boxer Turns Architect The once popular LigMfu-t Kid A ring a> James Arnndale Walk tii,AsSvaaaai % % %  > "I am thr> ugh with Hi now studying modern arfibttgei mathematics. %  .', %  gong ^nd building Iron tt> College, Sheffield. Thi awn champion bados haa tru\ %  I nd while in tha N CANADA SENDS ARMS TO ITALY NAPLES Auj part of J 150.000 ton g.ift r '.he Italian an i %  I e Then.' u '-' r .. u %  iilw at Erdiston Collet.' •(la BTPTOI lit: II/ i %  sV in fnag M i-., en* t. A. cowan • """ ._. %  bul ihiLESLIE SALTS %  Mil Ml!'; . t llMtn ;. malhe%  i %  i %  %  %  thousand Wpj i I i.ohi'u will phob rot cash .i i i i tinkills. Turpin minutes after, despite %  Hi %  I t.'i • it was right wuua I i.i. r.i-i wall Brnlth in the KO.il ;,; % %  tn from tha wing. %  For Harrl ... ring Wt hi* finding himself unmarked and M.ine feet from tha %  1 the goal. trip to the pill In' I Ann lurpin n.i .. .. cola %  muscle ni h %  McKi %  idhtn's lmi Wkkals I %  %  Marshall 1 *** %  %  %  %  %  %  I ol And I %  i 3.000-mile trip to take part In Uj ImsiU with old pah i k to weai %  Randolph Turpin dolph Tur] :i %  hurl "' • girl friend a s<;irf with Randolph .... turn on II 'i %  i will i>. 1'ciiilis 4^iuiii|>it>uslii|i NBW YORK, Aug. 22. %  %  %  b; %  %  VA.\ E %  %  | | P lal an -..who Tha CiftnUa Km! -,V,n ,.-w ..I who "' %  I tend ... tali i S S Worl I %  %  Soccer Hi nli %  ,1 ,,( POPUIMI .:,WK, to 111, bunch oi and .i (< % %  • %  nut man, %  ; %  -.! %  % % %  :. i : intimate Mends Th< %  it be around whan hi i. VII IOIS 1 I. ICI'l.' ENGLISH LEAGI I Iti\ IMIIP II met op I L %  n M u-ft •'" J,it Irom vesiirday. od for hri ml into ail inpiii,: the i . .... imi IVI ... mucn. 0 %  i %  %  %  '<• ,.i,i M HHH. )3 pm.t 39 Hit COUGH LOZENGES CRISP & CREAMY I fit-if "# •' Sim piff Ih'li eiomg jj) N. B, Diabetics ran enjuy Crawford's Cream Crackers without (ear of any ill effei Is. ASK FOIf : CRAWFORD'S CREA H CXA C A /JKS fuse LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Don't let araarig Wat reajnatzhi with i gq re ei Soap god vou'ii fbd of .: kreps you ftcshct MI nui.ii longer, aOlB^gtabaKOl 1 hanJy—!, %  FOR PERSOS ll. FRESHSESS lUt.t) $ ISK BOWRAiMTE VMIt;tHMOSIVK PAINT i R i rwasfg e.-nnot earn %  tth J ct *r r.)Uin\iii 1-to.if srstnalbrat ni cold, the j'-ofhii ciiievs.ii saraj and sea-water, BOWRANITE iaaed by rnulneri-i. shlpfil SSje* .uiihorltlr*. and public and lndui>lrtal e—trsicters 91 rjn voi siioiui isi: II. rm Tasuds, iievttdr. >n Nan-ataeUng, BOWRANITI inadr in Bsani iltr.'iliM -ludr*. Ste kid in . rKMM \M N i QRI I N ::i D. Ol Bl I I M PI %  N \ K It i i.. In llni rf Impctlal Measure. jar ONI OAIXOM WILL t (>\: r 1JH WILKINSON & HA.YNES Co, Ltd.



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PACI SIX BARBADOS U.\.a-ai C. i l*MFS BUCHANAN ft CO. LTD.. GLASGOW. SCOTLAND Rheumatism arid Backache GoneinlWeek Fi M k KMMWI Wira Cyeta* eeal Yea" WJhi Cyeten—*h pr"1ptitihle quirk Uma, eo. If M>U .uff.r from RNumatSean, loin ea. Neuritis, U.-b. r Bar fc ache. N.. viuI-HI L| Paina. Dlilineaa. CirTtea U "deIIN, feu went Headachea a-a C Ida acotfrr^r end Aaoetite. fiif, A-'e. •u--ni-o. Smarting fiiiiin. or hat a fraqnenlly U ftet up Nifhta. r-> to your ihr.i.i t"day for Cyetei and be IH and wall nest week Cyttn Hclpi Nature 3 Woyi Ti.Cyat.. H-.im-iH la hlarhlr arlen'III.-, h-it* eew-Ully compounded to %  '—th-. tone and f lean raw. eore. ale* HMn aid MatViej Cyetea wrwtra In three 1 era; your trontilaa tl i rtterta kllltna; the ernie whlr-h ar.aita-'Unr vow Kidneya. Bladdrr and urtaerv ayetein In two hour* ret la ebaolutery kinnl'w to human i?i Oeta rid afhaalth deetrovlaf deadly pnlaormiM add* with wh*rh your eyetem haa BKPIM taiuTiini fll Htrena-tti-na and relnvlcervlaa t^" Vldnava. prnt-te ynti from tna ra> %  -a-.of rti-rA" alia, k on tha dll nrR-aclaiK atad %  llmuUm •nllr* %  9 Weefci fn Ho.pirol— Now Well "l h*e Bfa*a ft MatdaVr ir^M. - JtMf Jolau. / i r'-t Mid; %  allcr CytaK ,., .:-^.l e- trlrt aTMatt %  %  •* %  ••-••* pafai %  aol Ma to -—. f .' wiorit* l Soapffal oaTd "of h* aVt fn r—*. ftat I fttl fit* aoaaifwr, van and _, I J A. F. Health Improved in 2 Day: -f had of frU T*!IV wrfl In. vrt ad n %  frrtd (oafianaHy r-o-i ba'ka chri and find • r *u. f hod nwi aaajoac aww^wtheaf awr I Id ff'" CyatB a Jrlaf. aid rirt ( hod trus II hf opo aod ax** •:wHf "ttKh poci a-* !./t haa'--*--d Valrh a.u^ : J ,• I daai (haa ofhar fhfnoi hat r doa r-P.J-.!1 ^r B aar—twl f fat Yea thjat •t Maniy Sack n.t Cyalaa from yur ihamlat today %  :.. It a thocuajh taat. Cyat*. i %  %  ruaianlanl to fltabs you fa*l youtifer. atrorifar, bettar In ayary way. In rt HDUT %  ttd t't be .-.m.i' 1 —.. w*ll |n 1 .rk or vot munav bark If you return tha rmrm pa** atra. A aow< f„ T KISNITS ILADDII >.-.: SHSUMATtlM BY FRANK STRIKER IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash antj Credi' customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW Pkgs Peek Treans Biscuits (2 Pkgs) lot 96 JIO Pkgs. Moitr, Chocolates (3 Pkgs I lot 33 1 1 Cakes Lux a ad Palmolive Toilet Soaps (2 Cakes) lor 36 :iO Tins Cooking Butter Bottles Dow's Stout Bottles OKeefe's Beer USUALLY NOW 86 82 26 -20 26 M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street [T^a DIAL 2620 ^S. ADVOCATE PRINTING DEPT. EYiS! "It fh e< H %  HXLL S Mother w , % %  (. ajMaareaa, PROTECT YOOR EYES n**k British MORRIS MINOR beats its own value-record Four doors and other features make il best small car ol to-day Mdde by an Oraanmilcai wilt rtanoa in th* prndurI at mooaal aUe. llm' rlfl "i. ^i-rfnf.d^#i,^.JT,oi-. it a I... I_T... i auinrnobiiorneinaariaiarailvaavMl ion %  •i.i-.t.-m-tvai ikoa, I *oapenal li' aiaulio brakaa. 7 CUBIC 'ill FOR LtJGCtGt Hn>m for lariat* for (our Bran ink pa>krd thaararra.hael > %  raadilv nrvceeibla from a **-i*r• %  •• h; mm/ gp U SIITS WilKin WHULIiSf CttV TB PIRN A TI MMf| fhr KaZa7 V^Td-T^.^ !" T *"* ""*" "** !" i RP wnaai&ev loui loaikiwttiffiTt .i-er thriuh tram.law nwi T •'\ -n in i n* I


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MTlRDAY. UGIST 25. 151 BARBADOS \|)VO( \ ll PAr.t FI\T Scenes From Jamaica After The Hurricane HOOKS Id IO\ I II MIII'S M.IIOI Mi B" r *4f GEORGS PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA Ttio vloloi.t w.nd• ht Cockliurn Pn la in tho UN EviM %  -..,• |fet | :. %  a .uid exiea OiinrUng 'ill Iniilt ftt ii HB igt %  i AM t foi LT.K mimed th* Ri" lads tud uli dvd The Producer Went Ifnui, t da* Deep Water Harbour Urgently Needed .MERCHANTS SAY THE VIEWS OF THE PUBLIC Qovernmenl should Immediately do > make the Porl ol Bridgetown suitable foi ah.pt bulk H la generally lelt that U U Li beyond the now* A the Government t,an ill round help '" " %  hop* UM < %  Wen teta iHu ; %  rat elections will could be used, bul everyo to tie derived. Forward u> the building Artie let* Cost More Deep w.ii. 1 Harl oui r., IUM Barbadi 1 h 1 DO Deep Mi. 1.ill w ter Hi 11 1 thi iopus have potato crops 1O MV more foi Imported 1 %  re doing extremely "welL We Every cent that is pant Hi,. 1,1 hcannot complain for ram, This ourer for brtnalni 1 iek, I hi lu boa to be too cost juKc, Uiatnrora the conaumat (-usl of Pier I %  'rom this the Mr. F. Mel). Symmoi-lv Mar.Ih-.-p W..:.-, ll.rbour ulng Dlrectoi ol Joa River Ltdreduce the argi coal nfuni!^ U er front I feel thai theaa pilfering %  d cosj_ol buudgangs Labourer Fined $14.40 FOR ASSAULT A MSTBD i I : Milton Farreil. a lab St. Michael, $14.40 to 1 by instalmcir •unent for assaultIng CpL Murphy whlla in the execution of bu duty. In another COM in which he pad with loitering on the r '."i %  Wl\ ri I.J<|\ lined $9.60 to bo paid m 1 M month or one month's imprison, ment. Both offences ware 1 on August 16 about 1I.U5 p.m Cpl. Murphy said that while on the Lower Wharf on duty he aaw Wand lor UM •nrrell on the Velvet Ladj and with the revolving belt knowing hint to be u reputed thief he BSked bun what he was Hi.> did imt nive a satl af actoc ) explanation and stabbed at him. T IIKIK IIONOIRS Mr. G. LTaykH and Mr. ft A. Vaughan. Judgi Steal Court ol A| Judgment KM plainUfl Kenneth Gniiith to the amounl <>f $IK in which he data from Kilt.. CoiLymore of Bridgefield, st. Thomas, foi work he aid cow ,,! II I,I,IM • %  %  i"^ l TT '7 V ,"...„ .he nee,, Water Harbour. Asked % %  "utUic rarar quction. he nud: "TM .ibvloui, thins in FINE — PURESOLUBLE. sin." > i 1:M r <: %  l.tu •' .111 or t t 1 J ITIUU.I III .'111 • %  -. rill 1 At the l long term iAlloy, St. Michael, S3o for gam, :,, mention. ' ,,"111 any case something nhould Varied In the Court of Appeal by ll( ., |os In line Justices G. L. Taylor and ft A. wl t n very modem ports. SomcVaughanthing should i"done I Honours ordered Roach possible to ship sugar in bulk." . B.OO forthwltk no month's Imprlaonrnanl Mr, \ s ii> with hard labour. tor J Mi. Tali 1 had order* :%  ppblg sugar in bulk will bo I . % %  .' %  I % % %  a %  S4 B Deep V *ir or a pier r could be was patrolling tinLower Wharf i..u.A.r reel fiat Governmenl /\ THE BAMBOUK: POMO %  : tO bUlld the pier t man Wilkn. v %  with %  revolving belt If Barbados S roup of men aaml to ship sugar in years 10 corne. oach was in that group. WllkinI am in fa. son arrested the defendant. 1 feel that It Is more likely to J OHN BENNETT of Venture. %  %  John was vexterday fined Harbour, M) great grenoennd $4.B0 and 72 r v '' r Wc ing the motOl K rton Road. St. Michael, without a licence by Justices G, L. 7 r in itfad Sou Scouts I lor: FIFTEEN -MEMBERS ol I Second P Scouts, Trinidad, grrivad In Barb*. auxillai Kniubow \\ campli teadqu Then here is Indefinite as tJrayaati '•' bie >• W. mi its roturn voyage ti> Ti %  Issue 01 UovJiicea I or [mportfl From Japan lOsaTdiatgi I-mlizi % %  ;•Case For Re-Trial 11, 1.1 1 \ r. Maul u to"'buiid the ... .. 1 a not yet ponanls U %  Dei ; %  w..*'. H rb would na| pen I econo they en or If we are I tha Borbad that KM ii"! 1 %  %  should always lx\n ll n |Ung U*lp Up from Tr|l tii.it they were put Into powci the \ bv the people for looking afta the lotenaat of the people. 11 narii.niians are lo sui t I thing will have to be racUltatc %  *' 1" hulk" \ "Some peopta seam to think mal shipping sugar In bulk would %  feet us. This Is to th* Any labourer thai work ran tlnd work It ent if thr man is tryi' hoose his job. We can If the Water Harbour and 1 m-eded to load sugar 1 am quito certain I would set lobs unloestlng cargo fro larger number ol I %  .1 their good I %  %  provided I %  U* Rafcs b. M. ... I foot eons %  Jape %  %  Ii 1 The Rainbow M. %  of ced n %  Dti'H't' .VbaoiiliV The (he Ch ii.Deep W %  > let u* rlth the pier." A 1> Hulk Sliipmont %  d Street Bsarehant said: Taylor and ii. A*. Vaughan in the %  Court of Appeal yesler"B V imposing this fine Their H Mr C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police Magistrate of District "A ". INCOME TAX OFFICIAL RETIRES ol Inland llevenue. I'lour.l.iiinbriCoiiH' By "Sun Prince" 'in.ss Bun Prtnc*" SufExpcr, -Wb, | . —, 13.26B ironl pro. Kled pork, paint and 1 %  yesterday pn %  %  i<-nt. K C Ml !. | U Gill 0< %  %  %  : %  1 1 %  < %  2 WILLS ADMITTED TO PROBATE 1 tha 1 D i'h. -', 'r P S;~ %  £,."" •"•"< ,1. trted to buna DHlpa for hulk 5h.ppin. Olher "• . rompooin. ; -eln ,""-•.,."'"'.'7, The ','"',., oo too I f^ i ri ,will not inprepared u hags. When this happens th. enl In this %  Schools Under Repair %  th* l %  %  %  i suit, d>-< Court at llcl i" be re tried. Dot II. iiRoad bad ippoalad to the Coun . Chan' %  %  ;. K i [in Boardui i I i e of her children I 10| l i i to the i | i %  i. : %  | I foi II ,11 and Mi 8 B Deal %  %  %  i ,.i si I %  I i i | %  I %  %  % %  Siind-v. f.ill Ihose throbbing pains In ,I-Imutclcs si onco Apply I liniment light I v C %  • sj your >v*ed WILSON HATS a complete range of sizes in all the best shades IIAlllllSOVS-K—U M. %  t. • ..t can handle I %  Her shaft TI From DbmInlca on Thursd.i oad cargo for the Islands GUEST PREACHER AT CATHEDRAL dral tomorrow. %  i %  MiMred Ws •ig In the . i elves anchoiage tre 00 Thursday morning, has called for store I %  Thi will be .. I and insanitary meth-i I ipment. Therefo Mildred M Ooverrunent. hoard for Cayenne 150 drums of If ii wants to save Barbados from diesel fuel. 325 drumji of gasoa fate which might even be iine and 25 drums of E*so keroorse than n hurricane, the* em %  %  try to evade the Issue? if it Is not possible to • the Government should start Immed At a meetln:: St. Gi Hugh Johl o f.hip DWELLING-HOUSE TO BE SOLU Caihititf Bouquet Fs ... dsllcatalr ptrlumvd . dings softly i hours and hour*, gt*lng you that oatural *l-.'.---.w.-.o-,-.-.-.'.''';. ENJO\ \ FINE CIGARETTE AT A MODERATE PRICE I AU i %  ed in . %  WCIMIIt ( OKk I III') ii Mk i^-r tm and of id's al lac This pn holds good until rods* i KNIGHTS mil. STORES 'OR YOUR TAPIRS While ( ullon Talil, ."il" wide nook Whlu Cotton Tbl NpklJ IT Si,uure. RMk Ttb IMI S'.'H; IS ,|iurr. rjirh .6" RTUta llun If x ?• • ir x n i. • b H"X bet isk Tnhle ( I..1I1. Bach -1 -ii IUI st IT I l.nited lEnrfler ll.tni.:'k (l.illi. ."•2" S,,ii;ire. Back "' Haiti Culinir Domuk Clothj S2 v '," .! %  I it h 11 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd 10. II, 12 & 13 Brood Street



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r\i.i rwo BABBADOS IDVO V11 \ 11 KII \i IUGCS1 Qahib Calling i vntit i \ i HI i v \ M i was among the passeiu %  %  Florida v. U spend a abort holiday with Mrs. Morgan's will then U' reAunung to %  Montreal reTuruliiK t Barbados Back to Trinidad M RS. BERTIE sit... I hiT daughter toyi i been in Barbados Since July 2BTM on holm. Trinidad %  i %  Joyce A to %  Barbados Holiday M H rOMMY %  England. Ha hi %  coma %  With Ufo Oil M il II '.r.M ... it %  i with the LagI in Aruba arrived here via Trinidad by U.W.I.A I inn with Mr, uirk Naarimanlo o| 'HHl crest" Heatings. i froth British Guiana. Two Month* M RS M LEON two children win. > N rived (nan Trinidad hj B.W.1 A Mn i"i .iuoul two months, staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Their home is In Ciudad Bolivar. Venezuela. Leavinf To-tnorrow M ISS MARTHA SETZEB, am in n.r U S who %  rrrrad In Barbados on August 5 to spend %  vaeatipo - 3rd liner Carania as sne -k'-meu c f Queen Elizabeths youthful up New York Harbour past the uar. But first Jean s boss. HowSiatue of Liberty Hughes, mum agree. He has It was not the mist that chilled r.< t done His Excellency, the ship's most JVMPING POINT %  nt passenger, in cabin A-69 „ l|m „ .,;. l)i praoteski • .i.uiy Inldr.n la an to mat uo> Three School Teachers f a mvi i fr. n %  t ulombla i W< \1 J W %  %  BO BPpOil %  ha I %  laave. With Barclays Bank M iss JOYCE LUEZ %  i. Port-of-S) holulas inn in Il.iI I ado She is An BCtlVt B tflOll IV%  Hub. Ml % %  1 Water Polo Enthusiasts M R EDDIE TKIXEIRA and Mr. 1 bten holidaying : %  roarntna h\ B '.v i A Eddie is with U.W.l.A '....! %  ... | -. polo en. following I'lllocal league | during their stay. No doubt they %  i nld Id association d informaUor about the teams. taut one-year old hoy arid not aa potential em Mainly a Holiday I N ENGLAND for a shM Mr. C B. Mathuia, a Member %  %  I the purt-of-Spnin City Council 114. Among his otheiivitles. he is Editor and Publisher The Indian. Although this is "mainly a Holiday." there are • arai %  man amah Mr. Mathura .'-ill be dlaouaauu with Office. S.A.F.A. Secretary A Mn bran Mr. O. D. Ross .h. Ri U | of the Southing Am % %  \--socmtion He i the guest uf Mr. C Smith. the SMatthias -.I and Mn. Smith of Road. Was Here Last Year M ALAYAN BORN BtOSlM Skelcny. • mtnfng engineer .. '!<; Hinterland. thai eeleny ; i lay morning ll. was here in September %  I lintel. Incidental Intelligence W HEN %  rgumants net out of uvided. ,ke my stand— I'm undi Philip Lasanif, la Ifu Saturday I Poif —ftffT Ambassador to Wash* Fa|u %  ton, round hlnuelf haunted I f>ij, arm, I i) William Oatls. sente.Ked ^, ue to tnc hui]| weeks agO U ten yearf-, ^ i]]|(is ^y.,^^. ..^ lal record showa that the .;,. n 4 .iM rtare-tevilrv •• M.KN..H KK..KI, AFTEE a widely headlined peach in !>" %  i has "gone off the %  %  : Francisco, and La W IIOYAI TODAY .Hid lOMOKItnw j.oe & 1' p m. -M<\\rODAI 3a-S.O—8.15 p.m. LAMCAaTTBa III hi ' t B1C. Teiiileelor VM tfBM VENGEANCE VALLEY" -•ek the kind of news all reporters .ek ii. ine free world. After Miss Liberty, the ambasI idor's second glimpse of New ^ork was a [iickefs sign reading: r'ree WllUam Oat. It was llirust in his face when tlu leaped on the of his limousine IHK ADVE2VTITREK OF PIPA kel HMfd ted on. Washington is going to i>e even lUllar lor Mi y %  i'is Is about to vote a resoluag for Oalis to be freed. The resolution may demand diplomatic or toon I M 1 S is consulting itAllies on steps to bring pressure lalnst Pragwe. RI Kxteilcncy will luv nervous half hour when he preaenu hla credantiiiK at the HI It! Houaa. The 1'iesident l^ expected to give him an even IIOHUT welcome than he gave the new Red HuaUjartan ambasgador the other day And thai is told indeed. All. SMOKKI) OLT. I'oi.Ki; want up In a hovar,,i HI. to photograph ehli of which more an i %  i allowed by New York law. No cMil'ii" was obtained. The ; %  :.' 'kV. THIS IS DAVGKROUS AN "itlom pistol/' one and half inches long, has been ruled dangerous by the police. A pellet I mm thi l UM selling for 13s.. put out V. I bO*1 Will have to be satisfied with big but h.n i OtOff UNION POLICE BANNED rtn.ni Mnnaghan forbids the 18.000-man New York force to |olE Hotheaded union lcadei Quill, who says he has signed up over 4.000 police as unit hers, dellc Managhan. And to •riven! ihe commissioner from finding out who the un i. mil sacking them. Quill has hidden his membership book* und application tiles .11 AN STI WART FILM? HOLLYWOOD chiefs may allow .lean Simmons to see of her husband Btewarl Ol nimiUiKr, li hihehi BY THE WAY Bmekeomkv W HEN the oxquialle, the Utaffabla Mlroala BlocaMrnat geeaptad with reluctance the title of Dust-bin Queen, and mg photographed while holding a allvet shovel tilled with tomato -kins and sodden luls DJ felt, she %  %  %  . ill through Cme Conff tk .ii Rothantpton. I*s sensitive li the Hollywood girl who has been announced BS Miss Garbage DUposal, 1951. il lose her |xils'.when the Mnyor's small daughter her with ,i bouquet .f %  inaikerel. cnar was to have .V.. i |;i'< a Food Rally m Slnopshire, but lid not bring herself to ., i. II. i I i to be dragged on a farm-cut through the streets. with i her hand. by Beetroot Honouj Mia. Littntun M ANY authors an FIOH thai the price of novgn K going up. that the p ravers will rave mure stridently %  praatrd And will no doubt l-\ new methodOf publicity poor wrth %  1 day to '-'"i walldrai ad pi pie Is the streets will %  i "Have Voi. Read Ml Oahoppcr's 'Deeper Than The Tomb"'" Or the pul might fit loud and till the air with of their wares— punctuated with dance musk Or the booh dubs and societies and groups and what-not might arrange to ch and recommend every novi lished At, n nugnt open a bureau to light for equal treatment for women now l.lllh t ill' %  In II11 IL/I S U none of Hie with whom i %  %  .-. Certainly, And it was to hi %  thai Mi Roland hUlh K .MIII aii' tribute, i ocheri srag the charnig of and gnuati Alt (he % %  f i" n %  %  orafe >)* rhyme— A rose-red hostess halt I Tiro,. / bs*gg Im/m'ssion p ub i i c the avent i I i Oi .... youth DM to taunt i M who possesses the nwchlns i sn cor n pose music Turning to youi .. ^ Tag %  luikish Woim-ti al flay A SENTENCE In an sxthua ^aahout the "westernisation" L women pormltg ma, with pardonable pride, to point out that I ^ is the arai journalist 11 ... i football match between two rna United and Karakll Rovere. Many i f r .1 g the advent "i ICernal r II'. HI siMt") Alalurk. the harems were growing restive, and I "in-used to i gweetme.ll thmunh ihi latticed wind IWI of ipr iagllo, s. 'i..-ii on opening the door, would pimp "f tahat loukoum %  lap In MM eye But whan 1 think %  siding redi itball i-itj 1st i i %  i. t* even for footbll—as E40.000 torward letcnad MUSIC ON THE WAY AWAY to Edinburgh and Festival concerts sail 104 members of Now York's Philharmonic Orchestra They have been asking their dnta member. 57 %  vtolhri Wiih.im Oray, about Scottteh (bod and Scotuah climate, adti Qraj not aun In left at the age of 13. Of one tl.ir.; be Htyl ha is sun %  Tlir only time a Scotsman got^s hark i* whin his fare is paid '" F66D IS CHEAPER DOWN goes America's inde: fo< d prices by one full pan K> point Kails in fru lues and poultry did It, say Hureau of Labour 8tatiatlcs i bt-city nil vey. Itut the inch still ll'a per cent, above pr* K. da CROSSWORD I r^ •• 1 \ \JO 1* %  J %  r asn II )': Tl Rupert and the Sorcerer—10 "4 L s Apt wr ul lMMlbly made u a N.* > mend* l0ln. ft,***!* oTUo sdveras-d. MB !. A n WH Bale* WMS pBha p !, ;^o V i B tu*^ u ns.jjB>_ M.ui>IM.*** U*e K iB UifT aiia r '...II,! ^ Not quite au uoUsMb*. ent %  -Aim iw In wcura. **• j ID UM sioaaw* imiHiu oi mm yiBiaaaliiai affioal *•* l. A brtaf iiUwsu I j. rnnrler I. HteM < i I', m,.: i. Dale. rt. jptuV^iaoetor wuiVr* itr t# 10. NoUilng BMBHf mmuKi Ruprn pjuin. *httt I was wbaa I ii* diuppesr," lir muimun. siopi. "Why. than'a rater*! houx I he (( %  hly told me ihti %  *oriri to ** h.r daddy. So 1 ihf thing I bf I hi %  %  r COt| M b* down ther* tonw! Ptiitnc on speed hr i %  .id* Ofdt (round the houss until he spies the IB, lotus t rr hphl" 14. t*v,. %  .I'turii It Ul UM "'HI' li.. To i'ii.' after. HH bands do to aoue>. t*l MM plvliis Bekki. 1*1 ggtl & •*b*_JHH forward aas; s.fli":' BMIt. 11. I GLASSWARE II oxntiin i. \ MI i:s Snap (ilusses .ii Ue. X Or.. GsaWani >i IH CocktaU Classes. %¡ HH. Sundaes ..... S i'M Ash Trays Etc, Tumblers |7 t W.iler Jit U s Mcasurine, Cups diM'inl Ituller l>ishe Fruit DalaMl Mfadafl Bon Is ( Dnatan S1.37 1 .-7c. Wic. .Sgtal .57^ | 4€c.. 7c.. ,KH| B .15 Oh Mom! It's delicious when you serve :swtii vwaaa ai niloiil H.iMr. Sd uu> l HIII PeneB Heal %  il BHfii. Thi T>' T Thiw !)•>• T JuM OaU. Mortoni PNII KellogB Cimi rukn. r %  %  K. EVANS A U 111 I I II I lis DIAI. 06 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 STOART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Headquarters for Rest Run '/yAV,y,w///,wv-y, |



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SATURDAY. AUGUST H, IMI ll\lil(AlK>S AKMHAII CLASSIFIED ADS — r M.I SF.vt.a I Manias* %  F.i caarnieni ynnuuneaoa s 'Ue u I aiio l.r*e M |Ut (Of any numtw of %  ordt ip to It and • c*iU pri wl fat eaer, additional trord Tern < cM PkMM MM between • IB and 4 p ir. 1U1 for BeMk r p m Trcharge tor iiuw:inrfuMi o OsssOta Aranowl i. a.td * Memorum MUM W -*ek-d. and II Ht on *md.>%  %  • for rain IN MKMORlAM I ii'iircisli In loviiia; memor> •: bo.nof Pierre pom to i,h on Ihe Mtfc ( Lost in aujhl of hom • here hub Ron M linger, dear And thai uddni ki M parting %  fir.M to mini t.,e falling mi Un.-i and HUWJ M it in %  W.le PI mil MM in s Tew reals par aga-i l__. end 12 reals per opola Ir niiminu-i rAa-v* ||3I aad |i m on Smmtovt . e.i-i lk NOTICR If IH Kll K \IHH %  III I Mil ar,* a( rd NOTtCI IS HKJIlm QlVBh debt M claim. (MMn '1', "7 m "5 **•" •• • %  ol < &f "> %  <•'.• Adolphu. fsrew late of FWitabtlle IT inperi-h ef San" Mkryrl w r.o qi M in %  l-t day of M II i • i v I I toil SALE "' %  "" % %  *•*#• iMk n enta ea mil Sda.* 14 ,ati — oi-.S4 cords 1 r*-ata a word trtik—4 cents a no*1 o Susdagi. .'*• %  srssHt a frn Ca N c-nra .la "da|ii 14 wordd — OtM* H •eswd* J reals a ward wee*—4 eewis a word on Snaggy*. HOUSES jSagptev Tells Of Jamaica Hurricane GOVERNMENT \OTlCK MAY VJ> H. Lamre.ua -..a* On "ooan Bouse lulb r %  sashed -0*iriiL, iramadlaiaj a s sa m icfi i • Mri AUTOMOTIVE I AH One DMf. Car 1*1 nanl'l H Oppoe.Ha Va.nl %  ~>d •orkn.n condition No mNaaW m odern wnmi.r.cf. Ape Jrtrr refused Phone *Bns M apple %  do. A|an.iM. t.ld V I 11 I f > • Pram* P m l The wa"er went tiff le of hours after 1 ra.r the) were mm without water. ligitt. ga* or tele%  j ,*,' blocked CLinxiM TUBAI-* T ' %  JZ.-i %  J h y ** 1 U P an organisation fot ind Aauaiic ciub. A;. Ing them. Uiifortunj:. f ihe achools >et up .,, 111( r VACANT POST Relief Marine Officer. Trinidad Oovernnient Service, Port Services Department OmYi OOUt ConMinra' Inil I Mdraomi. all mdd^n t .>*•* Rparia,,. 'aril, fnut i Mra V 1 Laitdl End J j %  st-t in CA. Dtop-ha-d coi %  pood condition llvdi !->d Rin| II Nwhol o a m and 4 p m male ord V- KI-AT I Ul!l wit i rua Garad*. Macain.r l_, VAt'XMAI L SAIAHJN •todrl in AI i-ondilion Oarafa CIIFVHO] %  ouDd coiididon Dui Ciatadr I-.MM .M... r.. tn M-lur It V.-l,. uiual off.. ... J( ,d ii and all %  %  d | onlurd ap Ph M-. %  my. au a %  si it PIHrJT VIEW ,.-. 4 Ml i.li.iKUird 1 limit Bi.ii*ii ) lOpptwilr C*Cdrawliia .immc %  %  ... %  Him had been blown t own The question ol IHinlMi By evening thev began to get Kuigsion from aonie o( '. le rountry districU. Communli ."ions having been Kild not gel any brlorr. They j,d %  northing o( ihi UM Island, however, and %  Ung he ot into a <-ep and travelled to tl 1**<1 for 320 i i turned It 4 pi 0 that he could report %  Manhall *. Fd-ard. I ol Hint lo lha uitdcrng-ned %  ... on or o' )ctob.i tasi nfi.| 1,1. i tend ti* of D Jamaa 8 r (hr IMh lih data I 'li.liioul* tha rMaw anuHlf thr pal I-.-.MTHC T..i,d lu iiir drbt. BJMl etaMM Hal 0. SfMra 1 mall Dim rimx* had %  44 IM liabi.lor aaaata ao dutriuuiad lo ...i> |*i.„ (1 ol |. ol Aun.l lr>| JOHK i-KlTOIIt.OW BAltKt.lt. J iird raiautati Fat,iu pf rtr-ivnk Adolphii* Cataw, dt<-*ard II i ii 4a NOTICE FtrtMIt Of T AMlRfH Appiicaton for ona bay tacanl Ve*U> H Ihr All.-m School will %  %  latHpd up to "i IHI %  %  -. %  i %  i i I %  %  d II M ihoAll Mt, thin acompaiiv >!l .IIIOII. of A teyrMi Srhottl n Fuda s. ,.i. Mr Tin IMI at 9 IB an. I I M 311 In NOTICE -II Ol -i HMfiii loi tha poat o( Moral at Almahotiaa will La raoaivcd H-lgnia Up lo "alurday ISa *r 16S1 i n.ii.i itfuliv quaiifiad a> T'i wary ca •• Maldl candlOJila to BMuma h* 3Sili Saptrn.bar P H TAHIITON. Clerk lo lha Boaid or Poor Law CuardMiii St. Jamai. NOTICE PARIHH OP 11 pr.TF* Parochial Offlc. will ba rlo>d o I Hth 1*51 C. S CORBIN. Parochial Traasnrvi NOTICE Watitnl l>> lha Vnliv of Si Palar loan of CIMO itnda. Tba •Uinl Palar I'-n.h Loan Act. IMI Principal repavabla by 1:190 per annul iitaiaai at not mora llaM four ppM taal pUUoini Anpl. r ELECTRICAL IIETKIurKATOK -Ona i Hcfrixialuc .In food w U*cn T Allda. IUK*. .1 co ft at rkma „idr. Slrti-1 Rial 11 I SI—In SWITCHES Mam OariictHa mada by 'i i M WK .1 !• tan w '. IIK u M. K3K as it Laurtv D>*h A, Co T.doi Straal Dial WBI 25 %  31 In s£ Ail DC HOUSE. Mia wall. 1 badruoow infu.rmlaa RMt US ,.nlu, ('ir BMO js %  i\ Ir, SUNSETSt Ja M A C Wotawtc i %  %  only Tut VEABWOttD %  MS, b*Ionn,( to >. lor Auaual and alaaaa i Boyai JaatM ati.-.-t 14 I u-tln. TtlE CAMP on lha Tulb/ furniah-d Dial Baa, Si Lawranca Ml II 1 11 -1 1 n Hv a ton day morning the Tele. i.*r"£, l' 11 "' 10 OoropBjF were gbla to B ei On UOM wo.kMig The turn nMatniaM a Houslnij COfnnUtMp were act up with the obiect of [• %  ople to net bock into their home* it these were at all epoirttrj, ..ml in M Hill SAMS FURNITCRE oirrall wrlshl • taatum si am Boa | c ml.ilS Dial Mil 34 I SlTn rams par apola llaa 1 ama 13 .cat. p*. opala Ima miannitm chatrpa 1130 o* and |1 so on ShBdom. REAt ESTATB i ft..ill LIVESTOCK UAia Tnot-ni,r,brad marr m out of Schlavi r r C Bathall Phona 41 MECHANICAL AIVTHNt; MACHINES.' %  a .hipdwnt of Addo Addi. I tint modal, apply T fJcddc. I"*"* 4441 '" ADDING MACIIINI li.liil Addli..: ..nit two second hand Ha •Milan 14 appl. T G d, Oia> ehatlal Kou.a In Bart.ar mlh open Gallart. Drawing ("tlioonu. Braaala.l Mo..m. KIKh.n -i^t ll ufarn A iTOoU Itania or lnvr<1n n.l Sn.all Challal CotUiaa. HtUSWd SW i-i-n Bi-fi-ai Gap and in--. %  sp) K.i.id. bold coi.iainln* Itont Room. iMtlroon.*. Draakfa.I Romt, K om offlca. A mod i Apply loW II Brvan. Roebuck *r-al a • *!-* i that he should I* rn.nl. free tfj BttOOd the iteneral tnootinjl "I Uu 1 Regional Economic" Committee "The pn btal I hope th.n lb) %  .. % %  > •aa*-davi p '.iii.p:y W b.it-k -K,nn £T2fJ£:Srne Dl the mainh.nl beoa ripid UP A.' ragtrda UthUng, f.>r the lack of technical ataff, ropoll men and the like—some ol the %  Ml may not i[ct light fag a ouplo ol wedti" ApphraJton* are in\ite,l for ItH post of MM I ibout Truudad Government Mai.i ,rtmenl. Candidate* must be in po*emion of %  Cat) a Mnme Trade Mwter Mannc, Marti* Board ol Jama) %  %  .( iha Co m aajotamaal U i, li ladateraMi catlCaMatN -hnul.l have lei in the man.i^i %  • leuvri.ig i>f tug* The salary of the poat is in the scale $2.400—120— %'Z 8*1 pn mnum but the succeaful candidate v. ill be allowed to enter the leale %  t a point commenaurati BfiU. his pTavtotai ixpnu-i..and tiom. A commuted overtime allowance of |25 *'n salary of $2,400 per annum ami $30 pet mensem is payable on I RC4Mg Ol $2,400 per annum. S Bit In the case ol oAc< %  %  B4 ovrr*ea^ an allow,m to the difference beiweer -it paid is papal HM rents untnrnihi >1 nu.it ti\s and an allowance equal to the I salary and V .il value 4 ivirnilure supplied in tJovernment furnished quarter* i* payahlr |o n officer who rent(urnished uuai ter* Allowance* in both case* ir. subject to a maximum of $50 par month for a marm* M |ier month in ihe case of an at irlHM •! %  '"" l*r month f.i niiru',1 onicer. Fi..a i II pnvMad on lirri appoi lid hla f.inuH mil t Moedinn iiv. ;.i tl .lit Sub%  :,i ii-w.-v \ an) Unw and aot ai %  patmanaw itfdM of UM ofAoi i free paasages on laava tac KM ooVoar, inerUa and cblVlr*n aubject ta uli lares. Th.auccaaafu] canltdati will % %  appointed an probatioa PM raro UH Brat Inalafl %  "< a medical exammalori .ntii will be required !•> contribute to UM PiovUarrt Fund ApidkaUoni ijvlni full partfndan ol qualitVcotlona and rxp •nee, :.iu'th'r with cartl thr Ka tool Si roiary, Trinidad, to reach bin not 1951. 18 8 51 :tn SHIPPING ftfeTICES -..—i... 1 Propaciv in TWllQlldi •bo| sundliii on IBM tqi i House In nuah liall W 1 Houa* On Thorn— Ufl I' B %  Bhad llxl ma* I 4p.il of taind I O* ui f Road, Bank Hall Price Apply to Ebony Realt\ A IdJSSmi M.rhill ttreel Dial II The iireatcat pmlil. %  t'ousing. be nld Ha eaoecled Id ba ii.' difflrultv in, %  ct'inj' -ui'nliet of food ugb the %  ituatlon miBjit PfeOina st M.tihi— CASltHA Kodak . As New. prica onhundred dollars Fltt, Knlahta Ltd Cfy I'laima, > II B 51—T f N I Tho %  Ofnc Mi ... %  GFNTs BATH T Idraon Colour F.ne a u eicn Rum 10 Cltpalani. SI .in KiDDr COB Fire laitlniruiihcr. Tr.rn-r Typo—Modal 11 t> 10 00 each Modal 1", O Ml 00 each Dial 437(1 T Gaddaa Grant, Lid II %  SI Sn PAIN fades rlshl out art ASTRO Action! apeak v md> ASPRO action ii u bVO ASPRO re:. [chv-Palns In the limbs Fl MIL linen Remember th< ASPRO IT. High Street. Bdr own. on WednoadaV', the h rla\ i tupual. IHI. at J o'clock fOB Shatai Barbados Bhlppi..( T.adln| Co. I mile 101 SHarrt Barbadna Fnundi. It 300 Sharei Baibadna Co~operatli Cotton Factory ia COTTIaB. CATFOBD A Co a %  si i frwm f.lhe i Near i reclplce over Into a the pare 1 it-inns ware llM adfl i which the 500-fool bjilif* T the plane deep PIANO One piano I.I %  Wi INll Dank r ppoaita liosy Thasttre Mi Apply to Cram Road M B M Ir Thot very daslrabla Imiinesi pramlsaa k'.own as No a Sw.i,, Slreel ocupyini a corner ilte and ilandln| on B square feel ol Und Inipaction on appllcalion In the tenanl Mr F B NHIIOII. This properly will be set up to Public cm peliitn on Friday Slat AUBJUBI INI in 1 p m at the nfftre of the under %  lined CAKHINOTON a. SCALY 18 I SI —llu %  y the liny body of Hi war wearing l.nght re.1 sweater and hi. blond I OUT from an ugly wound. The .• %  st of the bodies were strewn around the canyon bottoaa Clfully hidden fmni siKht In the h of the c.invf.i n after the craih, Alameda count coronar men still were at tl* <*rnly task of recovering the bodies from the scene — t App licit i> b4 rr,-ei i* AUff li\ ItM UIIOCI >l||>ed up I Hit 1*51 a I conniN. I HI OM I i,l;n ir IATION LTIL NOTICE Applications ure invited for the poet of Assistant Secretory in Ihe Coconut Growers* Association. Ltd. Port of Spain. Trinidad. Candidates should preferably be between 28 to 40 years Of age. and i ust bava experience in office administration. A practical knowledge of cost-nccnunting is essential. Some technical factory l Kpf i J -i CO would he an advon lage thotigti not essential. Applications giving full particulars as under-noted should sent under confidential cover the Secretary-Manager. Coconut Growers' Association. Ltd.. P. O. Ilox 229. Port of Spain. Trinidad on or Itefote 3lst August, 1951. rarticulars required: (l)a. Date of birth, b. Where born. (2) Married or single. (3) Where educated. (4) Port or posts held during past 10 years, and full details of duties performed. (8) Ccrtincntcs and'o r degrees held. (8) Certified copies of t recommendations from present (and previous, if any) employers. (?) Names and addresses *>f two referees for references as to character, etc. (8) Amount of annual salary expected. (9) A recent passport photograph. .VoleNi> inter 1 i-ws will be ;iantr £ Mi 'Li Tue-dai. the Illh day ol September IBM. at tM hour ol I o'clock In trie afternoon will be sold at my office UM BbBBI bidder for any .um under Ihe appraised value All thai certain place of Land conMM 3.T11 M| fl altuBtat Bastrr* Road in Ihe dl) Bridaetnwn. bulUnl and bound, ns I>..nBld Williams but .'. ..( .tame. A Tudor, on land, now or late of MM GI— ll.ilae. on I me estate ol one Mary Maswall arraaaodi but now of Doiay Chamber*, and an U Public Road, al ..1 Bndsetown. toaetne. with the n>f!lm| House* Bulldlnai. *r appraised a. lull... T/ie hola proparlv appraised to FOUR NO RIGHT Ht'NDRFD DOLI \Rs tisnoon. A'tarhe.1 I H J —on saalon %  T tee. of W A Johnson. Mnk. OentBi.tlay do not repeat BVeiyn. Roach A CD. Ltd PioStoic. Rirkeli Streel. or Phone aKl. II B 51 -an TVPF-WHITEH Ttue^Titer .oolsali lort-.bir Owen T S;reat Dtal S-B* me Rmith I'.ei, in I .Allder. Roebuck IB B 51 In WA1.LAI1A PORTS All .He Applv (1 Mfl>hew. Cltleri. UH Dial 4.134 O. m >n o HELP COOK Experienced Cook. female, lifer woman preferred Tor .mall (ao-.ll-. II .mail country house Must behave iith dignity *nd produce ihorou a hl> ...tiBfacUHv reference. .. lo cleanliness honesty and abllit./ WnU Box Bat. a 4 II—4B lenead M operatind Sewnt, albchina •Hilled operaPu. ant) i ,. . bom James at CoiaridBe si. 34 B SI 3n UVEHSECII K'. -i"l|' O Apply. Manaet enlor Oveiseer lathe work Lower Estate I TVPUVT Wanted far aco or established Manula. • With some as per. -nee App'. Ho. NQ *BC. Advocate %  51 le The kiii-iiirii If IM Mi ui Let Houn AUCTION misaloner ol Police 1 on Monday the nth i llriin shirh includea fi this Gnat VWOIMIIIIMS VACATIONER* I Spend your Bummer Days on at Sunset Houe no repair the damage. Abo I complete' i naiuja ol heart in our attitude lt> Commoowaaltti affairs, reafflrmaUon of our faith in the Kn ; < %  < l> iinin.ition t<> sireugthei ties winch bind us togethci BALIN IIII at CAM ill INI M \ii|RMI %  IMI at ,. %  i 1 INB UNI I Darn B 1 ra nt". a* it l| . .eaae, U4 \ | II v. 1 % %  • 1 1 I'M BA • • < %  > 1 Til K41 9nt. MIVIKNM1M NOTICES i.r.iimnsr School. St. Vincent \jplleatli.i poat. of Science Maatei M.ithemaUcal Master, and lro i.iini.ii B 8 The Mathematical Haste) Will be required to teach Mathc,md the Siiem. Ma tl cac*i Chemistry and llnt.itr. kip to the lllghei Scht-il Certlff. %  Stai. Applicants should i" Qrad.... Inter Science or HlglM (It .,'. % %  $it4u ba $1200 $98 to $1920 tb) For Inter Art* by $72 to $1440. PM in'inn salaries will • pm lanea and st oi lha AbUltj to take chars Ca let Carpi will be tak V ..itioii 5 Application ibould roach lha Education Office as soon ai ible. aa tahe successful candllataa will be expected to assume li.tv at the beginning of next n lOlh September C. V. I) MADl.KV. Education Offleei St Vincent. B.W.I ,'h August, 1951 n.8.51-3n. ni'iNt; A input ATiNti i ..in II I i umiii-i. i il Services C o Praaa Club BulldlniCorncr Swan ft Middle StN. I\ fOall >i itviri %  %  s SERVICE %  1 MS HbBI M1 %  mnv i Kii w t \\ \ni.\N -. |a M-"l. BSt" A %  %  oi INHUI RI rlmm. al Bhlp PAIIT^ %  SERVICE %  %  nt September ,... Airlse. Rmaaaja Audusl IBth Baptatnber Sth September aUUi NoMmniii M %  Rive. l>o, t % %  1 III years in tin flral %  %  affection af our gratitude for ihuse w ho alv nd US, come what i (JOVERNMEM NOTKE HI I' \KI Ml S I Of lill.HU M • AMI TKANSI'ohl ''.i.Miiiiiiiii-i Paper I ills Vulagen To Be More Aiflrt VaraRcles for Koad Overserrs. tirade 1 PRAGUE. Auguit 24. Official Slovak newspaper Pravda callad lot nfulai patrols Aniibcalinns are mvihsd f.u '" ,ni vll, "{^ '">'' 1< Ids of -'all "T^POSTI'.Enable with S" .?"**• "*** ^ ^'^tV^lf, 0 ^ !"!" ^.^ The newspaper said that two .%  i f 5fite?^\nm !" "'jco-operativt taromml III lha to -? l,6M pc '. annum „ •" I"i. li h. „.,.,: '..,., ..I |. T RH ippofntrnent w.i uon;,,,,. : I1( BmJIrov nut ban one years probu ion in the first bv ar50 niMrocenl instance and will be made sub. clal tn Hokyfancy h..d been kill* jact to the selecled candidates bv lwo dangtrous crlmlnali" being passetl as medically fit for w ho hud escaped "thanks t., lha employment in the Public Ser-, carelessness of the local populav:< itloo." Me added that "thi %  3. Candidates, who should ba axanplai of a lack of vigilanc. between the ages of 30 to 40 years and who must have had cxperiPravda said, "collective security %  sea HI road work, must be able does not mean unsound lurplclon to read and write English. ; lc administration, and dlsorde MISCELLANEOUS %  i w \M i. in HI t HOUSE with land o. Bulldlna 1 r.,r Sea uietr.jr,) | nvfancy pr.c ,. .t Iji^kirui lor food barsall. Cll %  with panieuUrs to S siBAKTID TO BIT OLD aanVLNG MACHINE out of us Good plicas paid Applv to Mr. VBBBJBI Fslrchlld and Prob n Street. %  >a4X 5Cag eg5 aa ^ S aVeBS>a a T0-DA1S NEWS FLASH JOHNSONS STATIONERY las if them by the Director. 4. Each successful candidate will be required to keep %  motor', vehicle for uc in the parfWIIIancc of bis duties. A travelling allowance will be paid in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling Allowance Regulations in force. 5. Applications, which should IKsubmitted on the pi escribed form, obtainable fiom Die Colonial Secretary's Offlc and sealed in aa envelope msikcd "Application for post of RoDd Overseer. Giade I. Department of Highways and Transport", should be addressed to the Dtreetoi ol Highways and Trnnsport .tRd will jiled up to 4 pm., on Saturday 15th of September. 1951 2385l--3n. M %  % % %  II' IIII'ARTMENT Off HK.HWAVS AND TRANSPORT Vacant Post of tssislanl Eiitineer Applications are invitid b) UM Government of Barbados fin Die %  t nt \ | naar. De-' nd 'Pans' lit rin i-. and UM salary ill be in the rjcale "-' .... S.458 1*1 annum A oommanclng tin ilnlinui paid to the i andldau -.elect..1 if in-. Batparii oea and % %  quallfli a11..1 2 Appointment w.H ba OB PTOfoi 1 install! e III other respects the appolnt1 will inBubjad to lha Colonial Regulation..si 'hi lo.ilt'ivi! 'he Service RafluUtiOfU and InstrtMind tion* Pamagja expenses nol ax11 d cedinu £1.440 will be payable on u.-n flist jppointnu-til iv." 4. Tni duties atlai hlnjj POal are to assist with all sVOriti 'of malntenniK • and Mnattructlon Of the bighwayt and In.,' 1 Department, tha tm tratlva, nnani lal and dl ei mini <,f iliedapartn 1 to perform such olhi dutb Dlrecti n Inn. .1 Candldatf ihoukl posies* a DlpBoma o 1 1N nw 1 KampUng friiin Sections A .mil H of the As,. jb Hi % %  ti i.u I %  iininallon 0l (he institution ol Civil Knginim with at laast two %  %  -. 1-.-Iit-nil' ni road engine* ring and surveying The luecessful Bndldate will bt raqufrad to kaap a m cie for UM In UM perfoi %  A Tiav.lling Allowance Will mileage 11 with the rial ol thi Travelling All i .inie Hi (II. .,' Tha successful caodl be require.' .iimnation He may RlM jmrcd to seivi Bl %  1 lha 1 -ii'ioy m tha OoVernors dia 8 Appli< ;itions ihould ba nib%  -he Colonial S'i retan Public Buildings. Bridge ,1 not later than the 25th •il September. 1951 optes and not originals should insubmitted I. VI H'll AA4.I AIM DAnrnsaT in K>WN Kl,.n. ti Varloua yualllte. I HAM HIIIIS. GENTS' STRAW HATS CREAM $1 20 IIIAM HIIIIS. RAIN COATS I'l.ASTK ONES $1 98 EACH HUM HIIIIS. Pi Win in loam IIIOM 1 in Kara roam AM. auu SERVICE MTI,V:-|IA < OSTA J. to It. CANADIAN SERVItR HVItUISON LINE Ol lu.viin raOM 1111 1 MUM KIM.HUM 1 PI I I I IM • sen,11 \r 1 1 Ti >l OurHa ''inrfo. I'il'i Alls I .1 IBIli A,; HOMI H 1111 nilui, 1 Mi,,, KINODOH a .1. %  'i'.'. ADVISER %  I v.. C.r rum.. 1 IIH..IP,., ,,,,.(. I, DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Ag-nt. \m liinsii.\ 1111: _^ 1 it 1 of %  t TK r.iR BI vii:\ s sums l HAM f.HOS. MA Wl WOULD WELCOMI IIII; OPPORTUNITY To 111.1. vorit 0BDBB8 FOB ll /#### LEAD 9m #/. f# ttxrs ---,'e'e*e'e','e'e*> $ .iws 1 1 \sn: ;i Aminidfn. TlhpaNlr (N||||ir|ilin|| IIKSI PRIZE $. p .u.aa iCt (IMI I'KI/.K $!$.• I ill I'11 PRI/.I. .V0O in ^"1 B/ordj <" !< %  *" just I prefer Aniiiudent TIMHIIPASII. bai au* atry with a nattenv: AMMIUENT t-B.tlip..stcbox to K I: 8j CO, Ltd. : .1 I 1 %  nuni1 .-rline* but aacn anil must I".111'.n.n.iriii-d by an \MMI1>I N I Entries will be ju
  • dMaam-ammmmmm-lBrH >< 1 I \i: UIICR \M> PAfNfl Ml ITBROLh ', .1Von should navai ba rrtlfcanl %  hit .,1 MISIIROII in the ••••• Its Milieu r both adRlta ami children. Ill I VII. I'KII 1: -Mi A JAR. OMaJHbla -1— Meaari BOOKER'S (B'doi) DRUG STORES LTD. llislims. Broad sin.I \. 1 ,i 1(1 \lphj I'hl All. liKl i. T-Dy s (i. A. S#n^ "You're the cream in my coffee... NOTICE lit K C I'STOMKRS ABB ASKED TO MOTE THAT Ol K WORKSHOP AND SKKVlciNt; mWAVnUNTJ WILL BF. CLOSKI) FROM MONDAY. aW. SKPTIMIIKR AND Wll.l. RK-OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, I7TII SfPTEMBER. 1951 SO AS TO F.NABI.F. OCR 1'ERSONNFI. TO HAVE THFIK ANNt'AI. LEAVE. OCR GASOLINE. SI'RAYPAINTINO PARTS AND AtlFSSORIES DEPARTMENTS Wll.l. BE OPEN FOR BISIVESS AS I SUAL till ItTISV WHITE PARK ROAD t.AHAt.i: — DIAL 4616 I ill I 41 IS8UI Of Till TELEPHONE DIRECTORY IS NOW III.IM. PRI p \U| II SUBSCRIBERS Exair.ii> poMlbli mi may \., i. in pn a n IN moda alter ih.ItH oi vugual I Hi, I Vila I.i Ini § o| S2IHI %  r< mi \\.\w\w imi'iiiiM in.. in. I iiii.sir.-ri — BriSfetomi P.O. iii.v -•:%  ADVERTISERS %  I ssiliicl Sec lion (Yell TIIK ffM.OMXL WiMKTIslNt; (ii fltXIill \IH'S) Shepherd Sir* i town


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