Moon: New Moon September |) He stressed sat the banana in-|to the Commissioner, Dr. Hoer-| fror \ New York - is sa ‘i; Brat inny 3B oes al imfhtakes Holland tr vestigate the dispute ar na | pays for NEWS
1. . ‘ dustry must be ali a» |man, for use in Hurricane Relief ] tonight that our sritish C nu ne evan ‘guia Pa Ro Initially, t Re Latour 4h romptly report to him recon i-| 3
Lighting Up: 7.90 p.m. : quickly a porsibie and iid Any member of the Barbados late in America are accepting|Newton, leaves the island 1o- . ; y | 4 tor “fair and equitable | Dial 311
High Tide; 12.13 a.m, and 2.38 owing to heavy demands onj|District wishing to contribute gifts for the homeless. morrow for London to discuss] The Li ibou ir Federa all e Jation ne aren rt ‘ oa i
p.m. n revenue, many admirable works | th is cause, may forward theit Finance with the U.K, Govern-|erganizition for all ms, OF setuement,. re weenie s Day or Night
Low Tide: 8.02 a.m, and 7.46 will have to be deferred or aban-| donations to the Honorary ment and is expected to be] unions endorsed Hollanc DONO RHE 0 ee Uu Mg iy
p.m. doned. He said dimage to the} Treasurer, Capt. H. H. Willian \ followed by Bustamante if there nding on the paruies,—«W. nee site
sugar crop is not seriot s-~(CP) |YÂ¥.M.C.A., Pinfold Street j Veleran Uniti Wi ill we difficulties in the Mission
| A sistance eontinues to arrive , y, >
S h L in Jamaica from many countric j 7 ‘= Vy? 'g WA NTS J 0 GC f
Y ~T UL IL TR DE ae en ke including British West _ | BRA Al 7 N Ve t Z Zi FX
i . f ‘ Canada United State: 7 P
MA CAN'T FULF A , ae : ZILIAN 7
Ss oa sary, fag ay, Foe ame ot Be | BAQK «HOME TO HER MOTHER
COMMITMENTS TO CHINA eibe sare le eens kp ne mi ewe,
f j {Army Corps, the eran uni af ver ;
, a | ees W ar II, will arrive i a Jn Huai ge r Strike | OTTAWA. Aug. 27 countrie ilready she ted 1 from Montre il, So far
: i J c al his autumn to Paras Alec i Ada R o. Brazil who still on her list Cuba, H taken her 195 hour
By HAROLD GUARD now receive were said to consist The experts said that it f S| Ge ne Eisenhower’s No AIRO, Aus : AP ign » five months ago | Dominican Republic, Puerto I Her plane is covered
LONDON, Aug. 27 jof “reconditioned tra which | significant that the Soviet econo-] tar Preaty forces acc ul na one .wome be : ‘ny e I Miata of the | Trinid Ver ezuela ind the graphs, messages of
Russia is unable to fulfil her) n¢ rm ally would have been scrap-| mic report for the first quarter of} States Army announce jan a hunger t to vs t torn: Mi oh i aid todas i Gu z 7? flags of countries sh¢
commitments under trade agree- ped’, and these are obtainable only|this year omitted the percen ment , agen » of nce ¢ B : Wes ails aed: Sei wath Dla : ‘ ited on the ie in|
ent with Communist China,|in exchange for old tractors. New/increase of fabour producti | Ops i Sucz Canal Zo 2 ao ? ' , am § . he ad ‘ , fatter : aK
according to confidential reports | bail bearings can be obtained only; and the second quarter’s report Its arrival iil follow. closely; The stri iid they wou t or r weet ple tent Getuiio Vat
reaching Whitehall from inside,in return for old in ratio of just published gave the increa that of the Fifth Corp whic ; fuse i the Egyt She sid i. mé \ : fl ta rom R c nt retu Vars
both Russia and Red China. The, three two ne\ reports as ten per cent 7 ‘ established headquarter he , Ge ve ‘ unced the ; eT nee ee } ,
report Ri ch informed sources Said : Laie t — an cnr tha or pe er ‘at ae oe cae cent tn © D , nanOn +h bat ae caunttc me . tr * ne 2 = sand f s t I
¢ i een carefu 3i vi analyzed 1@\/increase for the pr u M -G ral Joh 9 y “5 1 ermi 5 wa ) : Ms :
h that te mainta vas evident u t Defenec Secret itish t I ‘ tatione th I to be t Paul Arr ’ ( A cine
of tr? to China, Russi cs if un- falling‘ r re George hall iAnhat si (Canal ‘ my mother p t Dar NT
we $ own collec e fa € bec ly ) eclir < — “ce FE r | 3p : z : ul
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PAGE TWO



Canib Calling

LOVELY HEAD WEARS CROWN | those 35 people from the Western !



H's EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor ha uppointed Pro-
fessor J. S. Dash to be a member
f the Ancillary Rights Commis-
sion in the place of Mr. M. M
Greaves who, has resigned own}

to ill health
Second Meeting Ends
ELEGATES who attended the

Second Meeting of the
Regional Economic Committee

have all returned to their respec-
tive colonies with the exception

of Hon. C. A. Beaubrun of
St. Lucia. He is due to leave to-
The meeting ended on

morning,

day

Saturday

With Barclays Bank

M* JOYCE BAYNE, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bayne
of Speightstown left last night by
the Lady Rodney en route to
Canada on three months’ holiday.
Miss Bayne is on the staff of Bar-
clays Bank here.

Old Lodge Boy

R, LAURIE JOHNSON, son
of Mr. and Mrs. D,. L. John-
son of “Three Arches”, Navy Gar-
dens arrived from England on



Sunday night
by the Cottica
Laurie has been
in the U.K. for
‘the past five
years studying
engineering.

He will
spand a_ short
holiday her eé
with his parents
before leaving
for British
Suiana between
|September 10th
/ and 12th to join
the engineering
staff of Messrs
‘Sandbach

Parker and Co.,

Ltd.
LAURIE JOHNSON He will be
stationed at Diamond Plantation

Laurie is a former student of
the Lodge School and is a promis-
ing young cricketer He played
quite a bit of the game while he
was in England.

Sea Electrician

R. AND MRS. J. MARCH-
PENNY and their daughter
left last night by the Lady Rodney
for Boston. Mr. March-Penny is
the Chief Electrician on board
the Cable Ship Eleetra, which is
owned by Cable and Wireless Ltd.
Leaving by the same ship were
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wright.



THE ADVENTURES





“MISS CARIBBEAN HOTEL” is
for the canrera is lovely Elizabeth
on winning the coveted title of

Back From Long Leave

M* AND MRS, WALTER
LASHLEY of “Windermere”,
Worthing were among the passen-
gers arriving by the Cottica on
Sunday evening, after four months’

holiday in England and on the
Continent.
Mr. Lashley who was on long

leave is with Barclays Bank here.

Same Day

R. GERALD LASCELLES,

brother of Lord Harewood
and owner of Belle and Mount
Estates in Barbados celebrated his
twenty-seventh birthday the same
day that Princess Margaret was
twenty-one.

He spent the day at his job at
Ford’s motor works at Dagenham
and later in the evening gave a
small dinner party.

OF

“Miss Caribbean Hotel” during one
of the many beauty contests at Miami Beach, Florida, recently.
chief prize is a free visit to Havana

= 4
1]

|

|
|

}é

her new name. Proudly posing
Valiente as she wears the crown

Her

with all éxpenses, paid.
—Express. |
Thort Visit
M® FE. L. “Jimmy” COZIER,
Aeting Information Officer
of the Caribbean Commission
who has been here on a short visit
is due to return to Trinidud to- |

day by the Cottica.

Holiday Over

D* AND MRS. J. A. C. F.
AUER who had been holiday-
ing in Barbados since mid-July
left last night by the Lady Rodney.
Their son is Dr. W. F. Auer,
Manager of the Barbados Gulf Oil
Co,

Dr. Auer Snr., is a Professor of
Philosophy at Harvard University.

Incidental Intelligence

Y nephew is a born doctor.
Nobody can read a thing he

ern Arabia.

jkings of Catabam,

| back to 1400 B.C.

BARBADOS



Queen’s Treasure
Found In Sand

THEY came to a city in the sand,



| world of the 20th century A.D. |
| And

they marvelled. For

they
coked upon what man

created

| with his bare hands in the land
of the Queen of Sheba.

“The most wonder-
ful piece of irrigation known to us
from the world of antiquity,” said

It was the Mareb dam in South- |

Mr. Wendell Phillips, 29-year-old
leader of those 35 people. *

He said in London recently:
‘It must have made that part of

Arabia a paradise, comparable
with what we read about the
Queen of Sheba’s land in the
Bible.

“We are completely convinced
that she lived round about 950
B.C. She definitely travelled
north, probably using the camel,
and visited King Solomon.
“We hope in the next year or
so to throw a tremendous light on
the life and history of the Queen
of Sheba’s time.”

The party under Mr. Phillips,
oresident of the American Founda-
tion for the Study of Man, work-
ed for two years in Tinma, “the
city of forty temples.”

Gold Necklace b

With 800 Bedouins they seratch-
ed at 64 acres of sand and found
temples and buildings beneath
They learned the history of the
about whom
they knew nothing.

And from inseriptions they
learned that the cify was sacked
by unknown invaders round about
50 B.C. The oldest inscription went
But the city
probably stood in the time of
Abraham—2000 B.C.

Alabaster statues excavated in-

cluded a head with a solid gold

necklace round the neck.
—L.E.S.



CROSSWORD



writes.— Actress Lorraine Com-
fort,
anil, Ei. &. Across
L. Very quick retort possibiy (4)
4. Colour of an odd job? (5)



PIPA

(Copyright . P 99 . Vaz Dias int Amsterde=



~ BY THE WAY eoc5e » Beachcomber

ERE is a game for a wet day
which is also a course in
jeurnalism for intending
journalists
Fit the following headlines to
items in the news; or, write items
ot news to fit the following
headlines, But do not send the

stuff to me, as I am going away
to the mountains in a few days;

Mole Escapes On Lodger’s Back.
“I Hopped,” Says Judge, Mid-
shipman Bites Parrot In Half.
Earl’s Niece Loses Pudding, Plover
Flies Down Schoolmaster's Throat
Plumbers Seek 6-ft. Singer.
Ceilings Padded With Prawns
Snail and Buttonhook Drama.
Wife Told “I Boiled It.” Skater
Condemns Frozen Brandy, Pen-
zance Curate Rides Toothless
Horse.

A sign of Health

HOSE who were annoyed by

the silly antics of the young
English Communists in Berlio
can console themselves with the
thought that the English make
very inferior Communists, and
soon grow weary of the business,
owing to their sense of humour;
which is why their more solemn
foreign comrades despise them,
What on earth are the Russians
tc make of the English delegation
which, bored with the official
slogans, marched along singing
“On Ilkley Moor Baht ’At?”

The Hidden Rhinoceros (VL

UPPER for two was laid in the
luxurious apartment ot
Magda von Sickening. The evening
was warm, and through the open
window she could see the lights
flickering in the Danube, From the
Dunapalata the strains of a valse
floated up. Magda, in sensible
country tweeds (she knew her
man), was awaiting Edgar Tussle-
worth, the medium-pace left-hand
bowler, leader of a party of the
Friends of World Culture on a

7. She follows us to conduct. (5)

8 Boasting bird’ (4)
9. Lightweight animals. (6)
1) implement not exciusive to

Piymouth. (3)

2 Result of the extraction (7)

Little Alfred with one more is
unsccompanied, (9)

I'd sting to get them. (7)

20 Is terra water bound. (6)
Cornian arseniate of copper.
Utter. (3)

. Tool produced by sicet

Down
ang shut by apostrophes:

v)

(5)

1. Open
t(D)

4. Nothing strange nere. (5)

3. Pertaining to money. (9)

4. Porelock minus congregation, (3)





> Alternative doctor returns, (4)
6 Femaie Elia? (3)

9 Biockhead (6)

1 ays be taken from the
$ Sent in for court service ’ (6)

4. Its practice is engaging (3)

5 Outer surface, (6)

7 a pit tl unecotoured. (5)

and L. (4)














ADVOCATE



Rupert and the Sorcerer-—I2



that the saucer
does not mind being touched,
Rupert gets bolder and steps right
on to it. Still very cautious, he
goes to the middle. ‘’ This must
be the magic that Tigerlily spoke
of,” he murmurs. “* The handle

When he finds



VOOos POISE FPSO

tote,
x oe

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He sts down and shen Me oe
it nm and then sa
dheck, * ie the under side of the



moves in all directions, but what is

And that seat isn't very

it for?
1 wonder if it’s comfortable.”’

saucer whizzes round as the whole
thing rises in the air, and Rupert
grabs the handle in fright.

4
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Six Points

MORROW C. Suet. Esq..
issues his Six Point Pro-
gramme for Price Stabilisation.

The document is based on a cumu-
lative stimulation of overall effici-
ency, designed to check producer
resistance and to encourage con-
sumer inquiries, by narrowing the
gap between demand and supply
in such a manner as to .promote
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Suet insists on a distribution of
costs, a systematisation of all
major factors, a realistic attitude

some of them, after a

up. Why,
have been

rain of savage blows,
known to bounce.

1 Margin of safety

A’ a show in Dover-street, I
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in front of what appeared to be
a picture of a prehistoric monster
climbing a mountin, “It was,, in
fact, an electron- micrograph of
smoke crystals.” It should have
been labelled, “Elvira, youngest
daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Whack-
straw,” or “Fisherman at nhs
a Antibes.”

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Where Doe

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The Shah’s summer palace, a 2,000ft.



Kenneth

1951

s The Shah

All This?
Macaulay

TEHERAN.
climb above Teheran,

has become the Piccadilly Circus of the Persian oil dispute.
Mr. Stokes has an audience with thé Shah ... The Shah sees

Dr. Mossadeg
Shah

. The Briti

sh Ambassador calls upon the

As hopes of agreement recede, the cars come and go bringing
and leaving confidences from both sides with the 32-year-old
Mohammed Reza, King of Kings, Emperor of Persia, and
host to Mr. Stokes’s five-man mission from Britain.

Where, then, does the young man stand in the sparring be-

tween his guests and his own people ?

















The enigma of the Shah dex of his rare public appearances
ens as the background 1 ule the onel of his bodyguard
filled in. always ear: a drawn pistol

For the Shah’ er w the But the ass of the Persians
famouse Reza Sh < ive sense of royalty, and
corporal who be kir for mmed Reza there is
was banished fervent ection. In return the
during the war Dé Shah presents himself as a man
for the German of peace and moderation,

But the British believe there But those who know him best
no ill-will in the Shah hea believe that if the _ internal
either for the banishimer urity of his realm were threat-
because his father died iv vile ened there would be no mistaking
in South Africa his courage, or the loyalty of the

Where the fathe: is f un to the man in the palace
and passionate the on cool and on the hill. ‘i
level-headed. —L.E.S.

Old Reza Shah was a dictator
and did not care who knew it
After centuries of national slum- Banana. Cocoanut
ber he dragged his people by the

scruffs into nation-







hood again.

The oresent Shah, who was
educated in Switzerland, believes
wholeheartedly in constitutional

monarchy.
His Fortune









A fortune reputed at £28,000,-
000 was laid down by the old
Shah. His son sper much of
his time planning how io give
away that money.

He has handed over villages in
the royal prerogative to his
former tenant and more than
£12,000,000 of that fortune }
already gone.

But the Shah does not confine
his interest to works of charity.
He does not give audier to oll
talkers out of mere politeness

He has unequivocal views that
there must be friendship with



Britain and that the
be settled,

lispute must






But it would | wrong to
believe that this quiet ruler would
order his Prime Minister to come
to terms with the British or else.

He would not do that. He has
power to dismiss the Prin
Minister. He would not do

If this disput amicabl
settled, however, there are dip-
lomats here who could disclose
the powerful part the Shah hz
played.

His Health
On those lines the Shah goverr

his own life, too. He thas no
always been happy, but he is
happy now with his lovely queer

in the palace. :

Since his appendix operation a
few weeks ago the Shah has shad
to forgo his tennis, and his hard
morning gallop.

Similarly, the Shah has_ put
away the lire-red Hurricane
fighter presented to him-—-by the
British.



He is a first-rate pilot, but thi
aireraft is dangerous fun for the
king, and after a near mishap he



promised the queen-mother never
to fly it again.

But when he goes or tat
trip he takes over the contro] of
his Flying Fortres fitted up in
royal style—-by the Americans

His Courage

Friends of the Shah are few



He cannot always tell an enem)
on sight. Z ‘

One of the Shah's uniforms is
on show in the Officers’ Club,
Teheran, There are several bul-

let-holes in it :
Now when the Shah makes one







Crops Devastated
By Jean Hurricane

From Our Own Correspondent)

; KINGSTON, August 23.
I'wo crops which suffered most



he vily as a result of the recent

Jamaiea hurricane are bananas
and co t

Jamaica's banana industry,

as moving towards its

peak production, — this

; bcen devastated by the

of Friday, August 17,



fter



bananas
vaged are shipped it
shipment of fruit to the United
Kingdom will have to be suspend-
ed_ until production comes back
Damage to bananas in the south
and south-east of the island was
100% and over—all damage in the
entire island is 95% of the indus-

now being sal-
is likely that







Coconuts also suffered heavily
from the blow. While overall
damage to coconut plantations
was not as severe as in the 1944
hurric since St. Thomas pro-
duce 1% of the island’s output,
and as damage to coconut in that
parish is estimated at 70%. copra

vill be considerably
for the next year or two

upplies
affected

Copra production in Jamaica
was expected to reach the 8,000
ton mark this year as against just

over 7,000 tons last year. This fig-



ure will not be realised and pro-
duction in 1952 is not likely to
exceed 4.000 to 5,000 tons.

In view of the fall in coconut

oi! production that will follow the
destruction of the St. Thomas
coconuts, more oil than is already





=



ners

“Goodbye m’Lady,

Move To Prevent
Victintisation Of
Labouring Classes

(From Our Own Correspondent
ST, GEORGE’S, August 23.
With a

single abstention, pas-
sage was given a motion in

the
Legislative Council on Wednesday
urging the Government to take
immediate steps to enforce com-

|pliance with the laws dealing



with the administration of funds
of local Labour Unions. Speakers
Stressed the necessity to watch

the situation as to avoid vic-
timisation of the labouring classes
by Union leaders appropriatins
the funds of Unions organised by
them. Another motion also passed
advised Government to warn
against the practice of person
making disrespectful references to
the Judiciary of the Colony. This





| was said to be calculated to con-
tinue and increase the spirit of
lawlessness preached and encour-
aged by certain Union faction
and was prejudicial to the

|
}economy and peace of the colony
|
|





being imported from Trinidad | :
under the Oils and Fats Agree- | i ick
ment will have to come from out- | Customs Office a
side areas during the remainder | ~e 4
of the current year and in 1952 if | Gives Evidence
local requirements are té be met
in Case Of Schooners
SURGEON WILL GO From Our Own Correspondent
(From Our 1 Corresponden
TO GIBRALTAR PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24,
Lights moving to and from
‘ror Nv to ondent } =
OT CHORGE’S “August 23, jshore in the pitch-darkness of
Dr. H. ’ G Page Surgeon }Maracas’ Bay on Wednesday
Specialist, Colony Hospital, has| tight .Police and Custon
accepted an appointment in| Officers peering into the darkne:

Gibraltar in a similar capacity and
expects to leave the colony early

next month. Dr, Adam Soltysik of





: from a Police launch
spotlight beams and two Venez
an schooners anchored 100 yare



the Dominica Medical Service | off shore are revealed,
whe previously acted for Dr.| This was the scene ,painted by
age here has been appointed to/@ customs officer in his evidence-
the post |in-chiet in cases against Monict
’ | Leon and Theodore Garcia,
masters of the schooners La
Providencia and Esparanto

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B.B.C. Interested In
Broadcasts In B.W.L.

—Lord Simon Says—

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24,
The British Broadcasting Cor-

{poration is deeply interested in
broadcasting in the British West
Indies and British Guiana, Lord
Ernest Darwin Simon, LL.D.,
M.1.C.E. Chairman of the B.B.C,
told reporters during his short
| visit to Trinidad. He arrived with
Lady Simon on a tour of the
Caribbean and was met by Mr.
Ken Ablack, Broadcasting Adviser
tc the Governments of the British
Caribbean,

Lord Simon said that the B.B.C.,
is against commercial broadcast-
ing and the Corporation was not
a monopoly

He added that the B.B.C., gives
ecurses in engineering to Colonials,
and many Africans have been
taking courses. Those from, the
West Indies who have visited the
B.B.C., have been given short

courses.

T’dad Has Good
Level Of Prosperity
—A. A. SHENFIELD—

From Our Own Correspondent!
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24
The prevailing high cost of
living notwithstanding, Mr. A. A.
Shenfield former Economic
Adviser to the Trinidad Govern-









ment told a special meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce tha
the Colony was enjoying a level
of prosperity for which many
other countries would be thank-
ful.
While agreeing that there \

nothing that could be done

to id what a universal



the

increase efficie

advised that
to

air

problem,
should

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thanks for the tea and flowers and everything—I'll have a word with Noel-Baker

about a extra ’undredweight of coke.’

Mr. Attlee Didn’t Go 'To
Norway To Get Whales

—So Was It The Polilics,
The Food, Or What ?

By RALPH

HEWINS
OSLO.

Mr. Attlee has completed ten days’ holiday in Norway,
where h ‘
mountain in Northern Europe.

Mr. Morrison arrived at Bergen, in Norway, today to begin
a cruise above the Arctic Circle to the North Cape and see
the midnight sun.
Mr. Noel-Bake1
tion) are also due in Norway for their holidays later in the
month, ;
What has Norway to offer the

tourist

FOOD?
ucculent,

steaks

e

and
bulge over

has

Meat

sealed

(Fuel) and Mi

from Britain?

8,100

is unrationed,

plentiful.
the

Tr

1€

Side of your

plate, The country itself is shaped



Say that

+ giant lamb chop.
ILATION?

The Norse sagas

Norway was made from

a huge rock

by the
Boil ¢
pens:

Only

the

Mr. Att

nesse
hi off
hip
the onl
ments ir

been in




db

N

26



in

1
Vir

Devil,

y

people

thrown

plus

ce in E

from

radio,

POLITICS







E

was

t

power

thought

he

into

a bit
the Creator

mountain

Morrison's

Norway h
Socialist

rope.
ince

The
192¢

to

the se
of fertile

incommunicad

ilder

cruise

world except

is ¢

eut

ne ¢

a





Govern

party h

i, except
during the German Occupation,
comforting

Soci

A

minds juggling with election dates

DEFENCE?

front

Pact

Admit
being ct
wooden
fire
is next

esc

country

inan

¢

line
180 mile
Northern

«
il Sir

wiry

Norway is Britain’

The



Patrick

into

Shetla

nds

Brind, j

a ral

boarding-house
outside

pes

joor

Oslo

Many Homeless
BUILDING?

in

If

Burope

Britain,

tenth of Oslo i

it is

there
wo!
Norw

homeless,





ar€

or

y. The Atlantic

Command, under



housed

Cit

project t

A

Vv

oO

highway
in order

tate



r

monolithi

AN



In 1950, the 450,000 inhabitants
of Oslo got a town hall ten time
larger than the New York
Hall

The million-pound
build a half-mile stone
1cro 1 ten-yard brook
to make a etting for the
Gustav Vigelan

Iptures is going ahead.

tian joke is that thi







Grenada

Legislative





ground-nut.”

WAY

OF

Cour

ti



out-nuts

LIFE?



cil

ent

Nore

ure

ft. Galdhopiggen, the highest

George Tomlinson (Educa

wegians have abolished the lunch
interval, and knock off at 3 p.m
or 4 p.m.

Any time from 4 p.m, to mid-
night they eat their
meal of the day, but
taking a nap, This
floored the veterans
Africa and Normandy
Liberation,

Wine Queues

one square
not before
technique
of North
during the

THE WINES? There are only
x bars in Oslo, and they close

m 3 p.m., Friday, to 3 p.m

nda y Most of the rural dis-
tricts are dry. There are no off-
eences

Queues form at the State Wine

nopols hops between 1! a.m
nd 5 m Each shopper must
roduce “the first bottle’-—other-
ise the assistant cannot serve
im,

THE BEAUTY? Norway’
vomen are very fair and very ir
pendent, They often disdain a
edding ring, and _ incorporate

their maiden name in their married
rathé,

In the 150-strong
there are a& woman Cabinet
Minister and cight women M.P.s
and on Oslo’s Town Council there
0 women,

Ski-jumping

~akliament

THE SPORT? Oelo j pendin
5,000,000 promoting the
February 1952 Winter Olympic

Nerwegians pioneered
intastie of all popular
mping.

At, the famou Holmenkollen
np, outside Oslo, the competite
oots down a 130ft. slide from

that most
sports, ski-

ver, Sails about 250ft, through
the air, and lands at 45 miles an
hour.

This sort of thing may attract
that old Olympic half-miler, Noel-

Baker.

THE LANGUAGE?

There ar

seven different official forms of
be eorrect Anyway, most Nor
Norwegian spelling, so it’s easy to

egians speak English.



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Jean Legislators
Paid On New
Salary Scale

From Our

Own Correspondent
KINGSTON, August 23.
The new salary scale set re-
cently f Jamaica legislators
provides a salary of $10,000 per
mmnum, with travelling and sub-
sistence all inet amounting to
$6,000 per annum for the Leader
of the elected members, at present
the Hon. W. A. Bustamante
The four other Ministers will
now receive $7,500 per annum
salary with imilar allowances,
while the vo nominated members
of Executive Council will now
reeeive $4,500 per annum each as

salary with allowances for travel-

ling and subsistence averaging
£5,000 per annum each

The Speaker of the House of
Fepresentatives will now receive

salary of $6,500 per annum with

llowances amounting to $3,000
per annum, while the Leader of
the Opposition, at present Mr
NW, W. Manley, K.C., will receive
a salary of $5,000 in addition to
ubsistence id travelling allow-
anees Other member of the
House have had their salaries set
at $4,250 per annurn with travel-
ling and subsistence allowances

ranging from $500 per annum for
urban member to $2,500 per
annum for rural members

The President of the Legislative



Council i till being paid the
original salary for the post in
1944, that of $3,000 per annum
Other members of the Legislative
Council net paid but receive
travelling allowances and subsis-
tence allowances ranging from
0 to $2,500 per annun



Vean Govt. Votes
“15,000 For Scouts

Di |
From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, August 23,
The Jamaica Government has
ted $15,000 CW.1.) for assistance
tc the Jamaica Boy Scouts
Association in connection with the

proposed Caribbean Jamboree tt



be held in Jamaica from March 5,
to 17, next year.

First of its kind in the Caribbean
ea the Jamboree vill cost
$20,000 but the Jamaica. |

out yssociation inticipates
raisir the dditional $5,000 by
| 1 it i

G i i ilso issuing
ecial postage stamp series to
mark the oceasion and the net

ceed of the issue ill be
conated to the \ oclation

THE ODDITIES? Catching
whale ind making heavy water
vr atom bomt hardiy count a
tourist attracticqns for Rritain-—but
they go on in Norw

Or could the attraction be a
imple matter of £ d.? The
£1 is still worth £1 in Norway

L.E.S.



Council Records Strong
Protest Against ‘I'rinidad Govt.

—for Deporting Fellow W. Indians—

pondent

YS, Aug

23.

recorded

+

yesterday
ist the Trinidad Government’s

recent action in deporting a num
»er of Grenadians and other West

Indians in an effort to cope with

cost of living problems facing that
land.

This protest came in course of
debate on otion by Hon. T. A
Marrs C.B.I who urged
that t ttention of the Secret
of State e Colon ve eta
to the atte 0 th rv Irie

n tay the hands of

ho could thereby « embitte
West Ind relation

hope for €



Obliteration



the rules

campaign wi
vould decide w
ere British subjects
shelter and protection,

unde hich
launched as that
hether not the
entitled
His
and fellow West
d been treated in the
nee the days of sia
also demanded the

the

or
to
¢oun-
Indian:

worst

trymen



jrer



!
1¢

immediate 1










turn of Grenadians to Trinidad
who i heen affected by the order
but re long resident there
‘ pensation for material Ie
ined and apologic for the
the ufferec Last word in
the matter if nece hould
aid by the Pris Council
Gren iv ‘i by
€ e) iY ik I eul
! ! in Trir pt
tha land’ econor
r irge ea re The
I ed to colonise Trini
t t If the
‘ ( t failer '
kir Ww t ‘ ri
nned t t T i
f connect tate

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Miss Maria Luisa Huarte, talented make-up artist now conducting the
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Federation and Fascism bedfel-
lo
Governor's Graveyard
I am sorry for Sir Hubert
Rance,” he concluded. “Trinidad |
the graveyard of good Gov-
ernor theretore & good one like
Si; Hubert should get to know
somehow that, no matter the tall
t out Dernocracy and the lip-
er paid to Federation, there
alway the possibility of a
a n cemetery in the breasts of
é for eventual entomb-
t fh est effort
Hi I h O. William econd-
ng the tion 1id he had hadi the
rivile f being in Trinidad a
( o and had the satisfac
Or h-r persons
ther r ¢ the ou actior
tea lee ; G ment
He P t easor
Y tion w
that r ation
id r i ed rerou
( id

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Tuesday, August 28, 1951



~

PROTEST MARCH

IT is good to find that saner counsels
prevailed and that the protest march
staged by the Barbados Workers’ Union on
Saturday started at a time which did little
or no harm to business in the City. If the
value of the march is estimated from the
purely political point of view then it might
have been a cordial for drooping party
spirits but even as a partially effective
check on the conduct of the Government
of South Africa it was, to say the least,
ineffectual.

It had been pointed out in this news-
paper, and was the general concensus of
opinion, that Barbados had gone as far as
it could when the House of Assembly, our
elected representative legislative body,
had passed a resolution of protest against
the maltreatment of coloured people in the
Union of South Africa and especially
against the death of Milton King a Barba-
dian seaman who had been killed by a
South African Policeman.

wo

The protest march did nothing but at-
tempt to organise a show for the Barbados
Workers’ Union and the Barbados Progres-
sive League and the Barbados Labour Par-
ty in the eyes of prospective voters now
being put on the electoral roll because of
adult suffrage.

The march had nothing to recommend it.
It did not and could not underline the pro-
test in the House neither did the presence
of 10,000 Barbadians instil any fear into
anybody and especially South Africans,
thousands of miles away.

It was also a pleasure to learn that the
alleged threat by waterfront workers not
to handle cargoes of South African goods
was merely a rumour because next day
when a ship arrived with South African
goods it was unloaded without friction.

The position becomes more intricate
now. The workers claim that they will re-
fuse to handle cargoes of South African
goods “when they have told the merchants
not to order them.” This means that at
some particular stage the waterfront work-
ers of Barbados will tell the merchants not
to order South African goods and if they
do, these cargoes will not be handled,

) It might serve to inflate the ego of some
people to believe that the boycott of South
African goods in Barbados would tend to
ruin trade and commerce in the Union; but
an examination of the facts will show that
the quantity of South African goods for
the Barbadian market is just that quantity
which establishes the claim of trading
within the Empire.

coe ae corre

The real issue, however, lies in the right
of the merchant to conduct his business as
best suits him to cater to the demands of
the market. That is why the Government
reserves the right to issue licenses for the
import of goods and to say when the peo-
ple of this island shall trade with others
with whom the Empire is or has been at
war. That.is still the peculiar province of
the Gevernment and the Government
alone. And the Barbados Workers’ Union
is not yet the Government of Barbados de-
spite the most unhappy and undesirable
fact that high ranking officials in the Union
have been allowed to be members of the
Governor-in-Executive Committee without
first resigning their official posts in the
Union,

Another consideration which might have
dictated this usurping order is if goods
were being ordered from non-sterling areas
where the pound is at a disadvantage and
would have cost the consumer more. But
South Africa, despite her deprecatory
treatment of minorities is still within the

Empire.
It is not strange that this should have
‘ been raised during the “pep talk” speeches

on Saturday . afternoon. The Barbados
Workers’ Union had staged a march which
had no real merit and which. did
carry the protest any farther; and some of
the speakers must have realised this and
so sought to arrogate to themselves an
imaginary power which would punish the
Barbadian merchant and penalise the Bar-
badian consumer without affecting in the
least, the South African exporter.

not

It must be considered that the cost of
goods is a factor which dictates the action
of the consuming public and if South Afri-
can goods bought within the sterling area
will cost less and so reduce the
living as against goods bought in the dol-
lar area, then, it is in the interest of the
Barbadian consumer to buy them.

The threat the unionists to demand
the cessation of imports of South African
goods more the
march on Saturday and if it is carried into
execution will be fraught with grave diffi

cost of

of

is even futile than

culty. The issues involved are many; and
basically, it cuts across the right of the
citizen to conduct his busine eer
best to him. This is the last thing which
1 democratic body such as the Trade U





THE news of
& special urcha
jton ¢ cargo handled in the

tion of

of 10/- pe







jof Barbado. highlights a ratte
jthat has been of increasing con-
;cern to all who have the best in-
jterests of the island at heart, It
jnaturally causes thoughtful peo-
j}ple to wonder what may be the

}eventual outcome of
in the’ short-sighted
slow-down
| The idea of deliberate
down not a new one by
means. It was very much in vogue
| with some of the trade unions in
| Britain over 50 years ago, and is
| undoubtedly one of the causes con-
|tributing to the economic troubles
of that country to-day, When I
| started my travels about the world
in 1910 I found that the plan was
{not confined to Britain, and I re-
member being impressed by the
jfact that ships were fully loaded
or discharged in some ports in 4
jor 5 days, as against 15 days or
more in other places, using simi-
lar methods and equipment
The port of Antwerp
seriously affected by a union rule
that limited the cargo handled
\for any ship to an arbitrary totai
of 600 tons per day, and none at
}all during long week-ends
jnumerous holidays. The result was
| that much trade was being divert-

persistence
policy of

slow-

1s any

was



| €d to competing ports such as Am»
| sterdam and Hamburg, to the
jdetriment of the citizens of Ant-
j}werp and the whole country of
| Belguim

| In 1949 and ‘41 my Naval duties

|took me to San Fri incisco, which
jhas a truly magnificent natural
| deep-water harbour, There I saw
miles of modern concrete jetties
jequipped -with costly gear, and
jmost of the berths were empty
jand idle, When I asked the reason,
1 was told that the unions of the
| port had so bedevilled shipping
|by persistence in uneconomic

}demands and slow-down tactics,
jthat much of the trade was going
| 400 South of San Pedro.

miles

Pierre
448

By

| MOULIN ROUGE.
12s. 6d.

|la Mure, Collins.
| pages,

HENRI TOULOUSE-LAUTREC,
the subject of this novel, kvas an
aristocrat by birth, a dwarf by ac-
cident, and an artist by innate
genius.

His remote ancestor, Raymond
of Toulouse, one of the leaders ef
the First Crusade, helped to wrest

the Holy City from the infidel.
Henri captured Montmartre, and
was quite content that the infidels

should remain within that not-so-
holy city.

Henri’s father, Comte Alphonse
de Toulouse-Lautrec, was an ex-
cavalry officer who spent a great
part of his life in a tent opposite
the cathedral at Albi. This dwel-
ling he shared with dogs and
falcons.

On one oceasion, he rode in the
Bois de Boulogne on a mare on
which he had put a Kirghiz saddle,
He paused in the course of his
ride to milk the mare and dripk
the milk.

At the age of 13, Henri, the
json of this extravagant person-
j ality, broke first one leg and then
}the other. After that, neither leg
| grew. Henri became a man who

had a body of normal size but legs
which dangled for a few inches
from the seats of chairs. In par-
| ticular, they dangled from a seat
which was reserved for him every





fevening at the Moulin Rouge in
| Paris

| *

| Henri, who had discovered in
| himself a passion for drawing,
|was fascinated by the dancing

places, wrestling booths, cabarets
and maisons closes which beckoned
to the stroller through the night-
time streets of Paris. He became
their habitue and their court
{ painter: He immortalised such
extraordinary apparitions of
Montmartre as-

Valentin the Boneless a well-
to-do bachelor who looked like
a corpse and danced like a demon,
j and
}







La Goulue (the glutton), so
called. because she went = the
round of the tables at the Moulin
Rouge emptying all the glasses

{She had been a laundress, be-

dancer of the can-
a lion-tamer.

} came a famou
| can: finished as



| countless other notorieties of the

|
|

| The little gnonge put these end
| garish Paris the nineties down

of

}on paper; he caught the sinister
atmosphere cf the city and im-

{mortalised it with an incompar-
ible economy, of line.

He. also acquired a_ taste for
| spirits. When he invited his
| friends to dine off a Kangaroo
}steak (roast, lamb te which an

joxtail had been attached) he was

jcareful to put goldfish into the
water carafes so. that mobody
) should be tempted to drink from
| them.
z me

In his early thirties he was
such a drunkard that a_ police
j officer was deputed to accom-

A







port,

and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Delay To Ships

By RB. E. SMYTHIES

Later on I found in San Pedro a

harbour that was entirely artifi-
cial being formed by a great con-
erete breakwater, inside which
the jetties were humming with
activity

Many such examples could be
found among the ports of the
seven seas, but the moral is al-
ways the same, that there is really

re such thing as a monopoly in
this business if it com@s to the
point. There is always an alterna-
tive open to the ships which they
will take if pressed hard enougch.
It is possible to visualise a stale
of affairs in which ships would
not come to Barbados but would
dump cargo ashore in some other
port, to be fetched thence by
schooner or any means we could
devise, with all the added costs
and vexatious delays involved, It
may not be the deliberate in-
tention to sabotage the economy
of the island but it could be the
result, and it is results that count

The construction of a modern
harbour here would not neces-
sarily solve the problem. Ten
years ago San Francisco was an
example of one of the finest har-
beurs in the world partly crip-
pled by restrictive practices of
the trade unions, A sea-port is
like any other competitive busi-
ness in that it must modernise or
find itself handicapped, but a
dispassionate view might hold
that the present state of affairs
in Barbados would make a cost-
ly project financially hazardous.

| have no exact or up-to-date
figures on the cost of operating
hips, but I think vessels of the
type coming here may run from
$5,000 to $10,000 per day accord-
ing to size, and this goes on wheth-
er at sea or in port, and whether
cargo is being worked or not.
Therefore we cannot be surprised

at the special charge of 10/- a
ton on goods handled here, as



By GEORGE MALCOLM
THOMSON



TOULOUSE-LAUTREC,

pany him éverywhere,
Lautree imagined that a_ local
volice commissaire had taken a
liking for his conversation,

Toulouse-

Finally, his friends wrote to
his father suggesting that he
should look after him. Comte
Alphonse replied calmly: “Send
the boy to England. There
drunkenness passes unnoticed
since all the nobility are

drunkards.

His friends, however, sent the
artist to a lunatic asylum from
which he emerged to die a little
later (1961) in one of the family
mansions.

His father turned up at the
death-bed in great fettle, an-
nouncing that, owing to his corns
he would follow the hearse on
horseback. Told this would be
impossible he replied. “Very well
I'll go baredgoot.”

Even eleven years later the
old comte had not lost his spirit.
Learning that a_ biogr raphy of
his son (by then world-famous)
was being written, he challenged
the author to a duel. As a noble
man he claimed the right to fight
with a lance, standing in a little
trench because of his corns. The
author a mere serf, would be
allowed to defend himself accord-
ing “ee laws of chivalry, with
a_ stic

Of the comic side of the
Toulouse-Lautree family, readers
of Moulin Rouge will glean little
or nothing. They may even
decide that Henri was a pompous











there is no sound reason why the
people of Trinidad or St. Lucia
should be penalised for the mis-
taken policies of trade unions in
Barbados.

Whatever the advocates otf
slow-down may think to gain by
their plan is a mere fraction of
the extra cost to the ships of a
longer stay in the port, and no
doubt some shipowners are be-
ginning to regard this fair island
as a financial plague-spot.

I should like to make it clear
that I am in favour of the legiti-
mate aspirations of labour for «
better standard of living, and fee
in that respect I can stand on
my record as an employer in
Canada, In the industrial plam
for which I was responsible for
over 20 years we had no labour
trouble, and in fact had no union,
though that was because the em-
ployees did not want one, They
were convinced that they had
nothing to gain from a union, but
might have much to lose if they
found themselves somehow to be
members of a union with the
wrong kind of leadership, such a
many unions have to-day i
various countries,

By the wrong «ind of leader-
ship I mean that of men who per-
sist in pursuing policies that
ignore the basie facts of econo-
mics. One of these facts is that
no man or group within a com-
munity can make the laws of
supply and demand and compe-
tition work in reverse for thei:
special benefit, They may try and
may think they are succeeding
for a time, but sooner or late:
and probably sooner, their effort:
bring retribution in the form o!
disaster to the whole communit;
including those primarily respon-
sible. It is hoped that whoever is
responsible in this case will be
warned in time, because this tax
of 10/- per ton looks like the
writing on the wall for Barbado
depending on ships so complete};
is we do.



‘THE SURPRISING DWARF

ass capable of saying ‘By the
beard of St. Joseph, Maurice, d¢
you know who I am? I am,
Comte de Toulouse!”

There are compensating glimpses

of artistic celebrities. Van Gogh
it seems, had a mad laugh
Gauguin “Poor Paul! He is one

of those people who can’t adjust
themselves to life.”

“If you see Degas, give him
my regards. We don’t see each
other any more since that miser-
able Dreyfus affair.”

Every now and then, the
author risks a blood-vessel writ-
ing like this: “With a sudden jerk
he pulled her to him clamped his
mouth over hers like a bleeding-
cup. Time ceased to exist. As in
a fulgurant dream etc., etc.”

Those for whom time has not
ceased to exist might care to

spend 10 minutes looking at a
Toulouse-Lautree drawing. They

will tind more fulgurant dream
in it than in the strenuous pages
cf Moulin Rouge.

OUT OF THIS WORLD. By
Lowell Thomas, MacDonald. 18s.
238 pages.

If you are going to Tibet, as
the Lowell Thomases did, you
tre adviséd to take a few bottles
of Scotch and the best Jamaica
rum, Tibetan nobles have a
weakness for both.

Should you decide not to visit
Lhasa Out of this World is
almost a substitute. The Lowell
Thomases on the journey of
which this is an account, were
received by the Dalai Lama in
his palace the Potala, which also
houses treasuries, to meet the
expenses of war and emergency.
Everything from gold and jewels
to butter and tea is stored in the
cellars. Yak butter will keep in
the Tibetan climate for a century,

Just outside the Potala is a
granite shaft, the top of which
broke off not long before the

Lowell Thomases saw it. Devout
Tibetans regard this as the ex-

planation of the Communists
advance in Asia.,

* THE ENCOUNTER. By
Crawford Power, Eyre and Spot-
tiswoode. 12s. 6d. 279 pages.

A novel of gloomy strength with
an austere unlovable priest as its
central figure and his absorption
in moral problems as its main
theme. A new talent in fiction!
that commands respect.

“THE SKY IS A LONELY
PLACE. By Louis Falstein.
Kupert Hart-Davis, 10s. 6d. 269
pages. An American bomber

cperating from Italy during the



its crew of ten; their 50
missions; their fears, sufferings
and casualties. Fine writings;

bitterness; soldiers’ language.

* THE DAUGHTER OF TIME.
By Josephine Tey. Peter Davies.
9s. 6d. 222 pages. In the thin
disguise of a detective story, this
novel tries to solve the historical
problem: Who did kill the
Princes in the Tower?

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

—L.E.S.

eis e |
I See It From London




RESTRICTION ON WORLD
PRODUCTION ?

SUGAR

Plans Take Shape For Empire
Conference



LONDON, Aug. 17,

During the next couple of months two im-
portant sugar meetings are scheduled to take
place in London. The first will be between
British Empire Producers and _representa-|
tives of the Government. The second will be}
a meeting of sugar growers of the world.

‘

When the men of the Empire get together,
sometime in late September or early October,
they will decide upon the final draft of the
Commonwealth sugar agreement, under the

terms of which they will sell certain quanti-| :
ties of sugar to Britain for the period of five |
years after 1953. How much sugar and in|

what circumstances has yet to be finally de- |
cided.

For this meeting it is expected that dele-
gates will attend from the West Indies, |
Mauritius and Australia. East Africa and |
Fiji are likely to be represented through the
Colonial Office.

Other subjects they will discuss include

the price to be paid by the British Govern-|

ment to the growers for the 1952 sugar crop

and the recent decision of the Government to |

give a guarantee for all Commonwealth ex-
ports up to 2,375,000 for the year 1953.

The meeting of the International Sugar
Council, which is provisionally scheduled
for the end of October, shortly after the
Empire sugar meeting, will, naturally, have
somewhat wider repercussions. There has
been no new International Agreement on

‘sugar since before the war and one of the

questions which will have to be decided is
whether or not to call upon the countries of
the Council to restrict production.

During the war, and since, the supplies of
sugar inthe world were not sufficient to
meet with the demand. It was thought that
an easing and possible reversal of the posi-
tion might have occurred last year for the
first time since 1938. But the outbreak of
the Korean war precluded any such possibil-
ity.

With the commencement of hostilities in
Korea there came a world-wide stockpiling
of sugar, particularly in the United States.
And this stockpiling, together with that car-
ried out by individuals, quickly swallowed
up the anticipated surplus.

This year the position has been much the
same. The possibilities of a world surplus
have been reduced by the continuation of
hostilities in Korea and a perceptible in-
creasing of international tension, Increased
production has met with increased consump-
tion and surpluses are negligible.

Next year however there are indications
that the picture will be different. Surpluses
of anything up to a million and a half tons
of sugar have been anticipated and various
estimates have put the production of sugar
for the current twelve months at between
34m and 35m—an increase of more than three
million on last year.

The International Sugar Council are
anxious that the price of sugar should re-
main fairly constant, at a price to be agreed
upon between the various members. The re-
cent fluctuations caused by the situation in
Korea are not favoured by the Council and
it would be considered a step in the right

direction to tie world production figures to|
world demand.

Rather than cause production to drop, the
International Sugar Council is anxious to see
the demand increased but obviously there |
must be a limit to which consumption can be
raised in a given time. It will be for the
International Council to decide if that limit
has been reached and if

the market, causing, among other things,
prices to drop to unhealthy levels.

|
|

Our Headers Say





By E. B. TIMOTHY London. His library of Arabic have been together a great deal | Ww
sl : om goal an English books had been during recent months. Now Billy | fater Polo
us is the great holiday month flown to him from Baghdad, and has been inv. | : i
in Britain, Hundreds of thous- aq neighbour has lent te a fies with the or ans a oan Te She Sahoo, the AaonCats
ands lie on the beaches surround- te ride, But he never rides out moral. England wonders wheth- | sera The letter in your issue
ing this green island, hoping for of sight of his own bodyguard er this means that Margaret is | itknags ay ne ee selection of a
the sun to shine just long enough and Scotland Yard detectives. presenting her boy friend for is . aa - ine Water Polo team
to make them forget the troubles Royal approval or rejection. facts it | eeatgenent We the
and Sterities of this country. Princess Margaret "The essence of th tt
But much of) the) time—in here is much romantic specu- Festival Souvenir | that Paul Foster i is ideally suited
fact, moat of the time—it rains, Jation about King George’s The Festival of Britain con- | for the post of Manager, psycho-
rhe. British ‘climate is undoubt- younger daughter, Princess Mar- tinues on its glittering, glamour- logically “and because ‘of past
ae LS agleha Melon ae am garet, who celebrated her 21st ous course, acting as a magnet to experience and personal contacts.
vmpire came | into being. The birthday on the 2ist of this thousands’ of foreign visitors. No 5 > i
legendary “Empire Builders” month. During the past three everything, noweret, goes rite eae es ra le cs
went all over the world, creat- years, vivacious Margaret—the out a hitch. At the Festival aeaoshe ace nae
Ing “the Empire on which the most beautiful girl Britain’s Pleasure Gardens, shopkeepers Weatherhe: ad sanmrina ner” thou mt
in né sets,” in order to get Royal Family has produced in worry about what is, in law, a he was a beter esikenier Stain
aay fro island where the generations—has had a _ large souvenir. Under the obsolete but | Paul Foster.
n y ever rise number of eligible ‘boy friends.’ strict laws governing Sunday | Maybe they did get the -better
Her present boy friend is a Observance in England, only Fes- | Goalie but ;
* commoner who is also a million- tival souvenirs may be sold on | NON-PLAYER
nnot go hom ire. He is 24-year-old Billy Wal- Sundays } 24th August, 1951,
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,

1951



St. Thomas Vestry Scholars May Attend Pri

Churchwarden

Asked About

Money Distribution

ST. THOMAS VESTRY will

enquire whether it would be in

order to grant Vestry Scholarships to the Modern High

Sehool or Rudder's Second.
fallen back on these schools i

ary School. The Vestry have
n place of Government Schools

after they were informed by the headmistress of St. Mich-
ael’s Girls’ School that none out of 11 St. Thomas scholar-
ship applicants passed the entrance examination.

The parish had two vacancies
for girls to fill in a Secondary
School, but the 11 applicants got

percentages of marks ranging
from 0 to 34. When they were
informed that none of the ap-

plicants were eligible to enter St.
Michael's Girls’ School at preseni,
the Vestry wrote the Director of
Education asking him to enquire
into the - iatter.

The reply of the Acting Director
of Education was that he had been
supplied with copies of the ques-
tions set and considered them to
be reasonable tests. There were
in three grades 9—10, 10—J1, and
11—12 age groups.

“I have no hesitation in say-
ing,” he wrote, “that no child who
could not obtain at least 50 per
cent. in each paper is worthy of
an exhibition.”

To judge from the marks obtain-
ed by candidates which ranged
from 0 to 34, he would say that
none of them were of exhibition
standard.

A SUGGESTION

The headmistress had informed
him of her suggestion to the
Vestry that the exhibitions should
be awarded to pupils already in
the school who might be in need
of financial assistance. He would
recommend that suggestion for
the favourable consideration of the
Vestry.

He wanted to know the schools
from which the various candidates
were sent up as it would assist
the Department in discovering a
weakness they had not so far dis-
covered,

“The Director of Education has
assured us,” Mr. K. S. Sandiford
said, “that the work was in his
opinion within the ability of
children of the ages of those who
were sent, It is very remarkable
that with such easy papers none
should pass the eligible qualifica-
tion.”

He had discussed the matter
with some headteachers of Holy
Innocents and St. Thomas Church
Girls’ School and they said they
are at a loss to understand why
two particular children should fail.

“It would appear,” he said,
“that ther is either wholesale
ignorance in this parish, or the
work was above the standard of
the children.”

He would make a motion that
the Vestry authorise the applicants
to make application at the Modern
High School which was a school
approved by the Department of
Education, There was no necessity
for it to be a Government School.
Under the law at present, any
school would be allowed to sit the
School Certificate or General
Certificate of Education, provided
it was a registered school and the
Modern and Rudder’s were reg-
istered.

Mr. V. E. Reeves seconded Mr.
Sandiford’s motion,

The Clerk will be legally ad-

vised in connection with the
matter.
When that was settled, Mr.

Collins suggested that the Vestry
should not be too hasty in de-
ciding to tell the Department of
Education the elementary schools.
Mr. Sandiford, however, stress-
ed that the Director of Education
should be told the schools. “We
are not seeking to make trouble,”
he said, “but it must be done.”

“GLENDALE”
Repairs to “Glendale”, Paro-

chial Medical Officer’s Residence,
will begin on September 1 and
during the two months that it is
expected repairs will be going on,
a house will be rented in St. James
at $55 a month for the Parochial
Medical Officer.

The major part of the repairs
will be done to the roof and the
Vestry have voted a reimburse-
ment of $100 to Dr. C. C. Clarke,
the Parochial Medical Officer, for
the removal of his furniture while
the building is being repaired.

The Churchwarden told the
Vestry that a suitable house was
not available in St. Thomas, but in

St. James where there was one,
the Parochial Medical Officer
would still be at a convenient
place to be reached. ‘

Mr. Reeves and Mr. Collins
said that $55 was too “hot” a
figure.

The Churchwarden said that

$55 a month could not afford a
mansion house. The house would
searcely be wanted for more than
two months in any case, he said,
because Mr. Jordan the contrac-
tor had assured him that if he
started the repairs on September
1, he would be finished within
two months.

FURNITURE

When it came to > p eedanal
of giving money for the remova
of the furniture, Mr. J. C. Thorne
said that he _ believed there
should be space in a lower part
of the house to put up the furni-
ture.

Mr. Collins said that if they
put the furniture in the cellar,
they would be responsible if any-
thing happened to them, but if
they gaye the money for the re-
moval, the responsibility would
not be placed upon them.

Mr. Sandiford said that the
roof had to be taken off and if
rain continued to fall as it had
been falling during the past
weeks, water would go through
the floor. He could not imagine
the house being repaired and the
furniture remaining in it.

Mr. Collins put the figure
removing the furniture
and Mr. Sandiford $100.
hearing Mr. A. E, Cave
figures for removals
furniture, decided
$100

for
$40,
After
quoting
of
on

to





previous

the Vestry

FLOOD FUNDS



Vestry
Mr

‘
to

Reeves that he ask members of
the Government to set up a Com-
mission of Enquiry if he wanted
to find out certain things which
were done during his (Mr. Sandi-
ford’s) term of office as Church-
warden,

The suggestion was in answer
to Mr, Reeves’ questions which
read :

Is it a fact that a rented house
owned by Miss Eustace of Rock
Hall was repaired out of Flood
Victims’ funds granted by Gov-
ernment?

If the answer is yes, would the
Churehwarden say why?

Is it a fact that one Effie
Hewitt’s name was on the list for
an amount of money of the
Flood Victim’s Fund granted by
the Government for repairs to
her home?

If the answer is yes, what be-
came of the sum of money?

These questions were asked in
February:

Mr. Sandiford said that that
item had been postponed time
and again because no reporter
was present.

“I want Mr. Reeves to know”,
he said, “that I have absolutely
no intention of answering any
query from him about money
handed to me in my capacity
as Churchwarden.

“IT am willing to treat Ves-
trymen with certain courtesy,
~ I do not intend answering
this.

“If the Colonial Secretary
send me communication, I will
reply to it. I suggest Mr. Reeves
ask members of the Govern-
ment to set up a Commission, of
Enquiry.”

Mr. Reeves said that his chief
reason for bringing the matter to
the Vestry was because he shad

known Effie Hewitt for over 26
years and he knew she never
owned a house, yet her name

had been handed in as one for
a grant.

Mr. Reeves went on to tell the
Vestry how he had interviewed
Effie Hewitt concerning her get-

ting of the money.

Mr. Sandiford said; “I would
hate to pull men like you (the
Chairman) and Mr. Pilgrim (the
Clerk) in to the Court, but I am
not going to sit here and let Mr.
Reeves blackmail me as he likes.”

At this stage Mr. Sandiford left
the meeting and returned shortly
afterwards when the subject was
finished being discussed.

PLAYING FIELDS

The Vestry
Sandiford, Mr.
D. L. Gill

appointed Mr.
Reeves and Mr.
as a Playing Field
Committee to consider a_ letter
from Government concerning
Playing Fields. é

In the letter is stated that pri-
vate land selected for playing
fields would be acquired by
Government from the Labour
Welfare Fund and leased at a
peppercorn rental of 24 cents per
annum,

The Vestry had already
appointed a Playing Field Com-
mittee to enquire about suitable
sites, but the money they would
have been granted would have
been insufficient to buy the land.



Potatoes Come
From Africa

Three steamships brought’ a
total of 4,380 crates of potatoes
from South Africa and Amster-
dam between Sunday and yes-
terday.

The S.S. Betwa arrived Sun-
day morning with 1,200 crates
from Cape Town, the Dutch S.S.
Cottica a few hours later with
2,560 crates from Amsterdam
and the Dutch S.S. Hera called
yesterday with another 620 crates
from Amsterdam.

Apart from short periods when
intermittent showers held up
shipping, a busy day was spent
in the harbour yesterday. Seven
ships all at work were lying in
Carlisle Bay.

Few lighters were idle, launch-
es were to and fro and boatmen
were getting jobs ag two pas-
senger ships were in port.

Most of the cargo that was
brought ashore from these ships
was discharged at the Upper
Wharf—Pier Head side and the
inner basin of the Careenage.

The inner basin was again con-
gested with lumber. It was the
busiest section of the waterfront.
The schooner Rosarene which was
discharging firewood and charcoal
at her berth opposite Messrs S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd., attracted
a crowd to the waterfront. The
crowd was for the most part in
search of charcoal which is still
in short supply in the island.

Grenada’s Leg. Co.
Will Be Dissolved
—ON SEPTEMBER 3rd—

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, August 23,

Grenada’s present Legislative
Council will be dissolved on Sep-
tember 3. Two days later a Writ
of Election will be issued and
Nomination Day will be Septem-
per 21, with Polling Day on
October 10.

This was announced
House yesterday by His Honour
the Administrator, Mr. Wallace
MacMillan, who presided over
the Council for the first time.

His Honour was welcomed
earlier by Hon. T. A. Marryshow
in the absence of Hon, J. F. Flem-
ing, Senior Elected Member, who
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Old battlements were built



Pavilion

Erected At

Mr. Graham Riley h
a Pavilion at the Co
This award was made after

meeting yesterday afternoon, a

tender.

Mr. Riley’s tender for $10,300,
was the lowest of four, Other
tenders were from Messrs. Barnes
& Co, Ltd. for $11,500, Mr.
G, S. W. Ross, $11,600 and Mr.
Egbert McClean for $12,725.

The Vestry decided to submit
to Government the cost of the
building and the plans for the
approval of the Colonial Engin-
eer. After his approval the mat-

ter will be referred back to the
Social Welfare Committee and
Mr. Riley will get ahead with

erecting the Pavilion.
The building for the
the Rainbow Hotel,
removed to the
Centre. Already the Rainbow
Hotel is making money which
will help to run the Community

pavilion,
will be
Community

Centre. This money is_ being
banked by the Social Welfare
Committee.

Vestry Exhibition

The Vestry received two appli-

cations for the vacant Vestry
Exhibition at St. Michael’s Girls’
School.

On the motion of Mr. H. A
Carter, seconded by Mr. R. A.

Lee, the exhibition was awarded
to Sylvester Leach, daughter of
Martha Leach, of Spa Hill,
St. Joseph. Sylvester Leach
already a pupil of St. Michael's
Girls’ School and her work is
described as fair. She is younger
than the other applicant.
Arising out of the Minutes
Rev. L. C. Mallalieu, Chairman
said that the new burial ground
was consecrated by the Lord
Bishop on August 16 in the pres-

is

ence of several members of the
Vestry.
The Auditor’s Statement of the

Dispensary Accounts for the year

1950—51 were accepted by the
Vestry and members also con-
sidered ‘allowing the Parochial

Treasurer a cost of living bonus.

On the matter of cost of living
bonus, it was decided that the
amounts of salaries, plus bonus
for all the clerkships and recom-
mendations from the _ several
subsidiary boards be submitted to
the Vestry at its next meeting.

tender for a loan of £300 to

complete the St. Ann’. Church
guard wall was awarded to Rev
L. C. Mallalieu, tne only person

from whom a tender was received.

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Bathsheba

the St. Joseph Vestry, at their
pproved the sureties for the

usually done, decided to give Dr
Johnson the month of Septembe:
for his vacation. In his absenes
repairs will be carried out to his
home.

Members present were Rev. L. C. Mal-
leheu, Chairman, Mr. J. A. Haynes,
M.C.P., Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P., Mr
H. A. Carter, Mr. L. L. Gill, Mr. A. P
Cox, Mr. G. R. Hutson, Mr. R, A. Lee,
Mr. W. R. Coward and Mr. A. T. King,
Clerk of the Vestry,



25 LB. PUMPKIN!

MABEL LLOYD of Rogers
Road, Government Hill, pick
ed a 7-weeks-old garden pump
kin yesterday weighing
pounds. The pumpkin was
two feet long and measured 2
feet, 1 in. around its biggest
part.

Or
25

The Department of Science
and Agriculture told the
“Advocate” that many pump-
kins that size are not found
in Barbados.



Two Months For
Stealing Shoes

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

day sentenced 30 - year - old
labourer Joseph Williams of n&
tixed place of abode to two
months’ imprisonment with hard

labour for the unlawful possession
of a pair of shoes,

The offence was committed on

August 19. Williams was arrested
on Conchs Alley with the shoes.

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INSIST ON

The castle in Herts. Behind
the “aged stone” a tubular
steel skeleton. Old battlements
were built out of rocks that
bounce.-L.E.S.

Castle Will



rr ; .
as been awarded the tender for erecting End In Blaze

mmunity Centre, Bathsheba, St. Joseph.

Torquilstone Castle has been
built for the film of Scott’s Invan-
hoe and by the end of next month
when the “shooting” is finished it
will have cost about £30,000

The fake is so clever that many
vistors have asked if they can
view the castle and whether
guides are available. *“We could
not find a real castle that was
suitable so we decided to build
cur own,” said Mr, Paul Mills, of
Eistree Film Studios, to-day.

‘Rocks’ Bounce

The castle took six months to
build, and had to be weathered
for another six months before it
looked genuine

From the front it is hard to be-
lieve that the high grey wails
have not been standing for cen-
turies, but, once across the draw-
bridge, over the 12ft. moat, the
illusion is gone

The paving stones and cobbles,
apparertly worn smooth with age,
ring hollowly beneath your fee‘
But if you climb the 55ft. towers
you can pick up one of the large
rocks on the battlements If
you drop it on your toe it bounces
lightly off.

Torquilstone Castle is made of
tubular steel scaffolding, wood and
plaster.

There may not be much left of

the castle when the film is made
During the final Saxon capture it
is engulfed by fire.—L.





RUBBER PRICE RISES

WASHINGTON, Aug. 27
The Reconstruction Finance
Corporation announced on Mon-
day a boost of i% cents a pound
in the price of synthetic rubber it
sells to industry. The new basts
of 26 cents a pound will go into
effect with September del§veries

—U-P.



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School Reports of the various] )
Vestry Exhibitioners were readI}
by the clerk. All members were}
satisfied with the work done by {
the Exhibitioners. i

Under the head correspondence, } }
a letter was read from the pick- |}
up owners of St. Joseph asking
that their trade tax be deleted \
They stated that their pick-ups
were doing very little business.

Pp . Cox said that the a 7 i
sifahe ca age " absolutely s All These Fine Buys for
wrong. He thought that the " cs c Ds
matter of this trade tax was a A tour Fullest Enjoyment.
matter for the Tax Relief Com- BAHAMAS CRUSHED PINEAPPLE per tin 24¢
mittee. SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE per tin 45c

Mr. L. E. Smith then moved RDG REE? coms eS 30
that a letter be written to the IMPERIAL SWEET PICKLE as Ib. ate
pick-up oe seeng.: Shes os AUSTRALIAN SLICED PEACHES per tin 69
Tee re wees ae «SOLID PACK APPLES Sap tin 78
tax. This was s2conded by NM SWIFT’S VIENNA SAUSAGES er th 43
J. A oe et 1 arte a SURF MAID GRAPES Large tin 50c
majority vote. Mr x ned 2 Smaiktir 29:
because he thought tl li HEINZ CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP per tin 49¢ i
tion, the letter sl —— MARTELL BRANDY COCKADE FINE RUM
pick-up owner n PERLSTEIN BEER 18 per bottle
Tax Relief Comr | $4.00 per Carton

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~ 'TENANTRY

ROADS NEED
REPAIR

Quakers Road Under Water

THE heavy rainfajl in S$
Michael on Sunday left most ot
the tenantry roads in a deplorabk
condition,

Many of these roads which hav
been wanting repair for years have
gone from bad to worse, and now
whenever there is a heavy rain-
fall scores of mud puddles can b
seen

Particularly is this the case, it
would appear, with the Carring-
ton’s Village district. Along lowe:

Quakers Road—its main roadway
there is in the place’ whict
should have been a gutter, ar

cnormous mud puddle. Some re
fuse has been thrown into it, prob-
ably with good intention, but thir
had made the condition worse foi
flies also assemble on the spot, It
causes the traveller to stop abrupt-
ly and take note, Many cars have
been stopped as they approact
this spot while the drivers conside;
whether or not they should risk
their cars in the slush. On every
occasion the careful driver ha:
cecided to take another road.

No Water Outlet

Pedestrians and cyclists in order
to avoid the spot trespass on the
premises of nearby residents and
é result, unintentionally
succeed in making these premises
muddy and dangerous for the
residents,

There is no outlet for the wate:
in this particular mud puddle, so
that when the rain has stopped
falling the condition remains for
several days. It is a detestable
situation for those who live near-
Ly and all who have to use the
roadway

After the rainfall on Sunday one
cf the roads in this district was
completely covered by water o!
no less than six inches deep,

Residents on upper Delamere
Land, north of the Carrington’s
Village district, seem to have beer
very much better off. These roads
have obviously been given some
attention, and it would appear, noi
in the distant past. Most of them
presented a clean white surface
to our reporter as he travellea
along them yesterday, althougn
they were not entirely free ot
mud puddles, There has been no
improvement, however, of the
lower section where it was sur-
prising to see quite a number of
houses on land where so many
people had suffered in the °49
flood.

The roads atong Hall’s Road
ale also still in a bad condition,
Lut a pleasing feature was the
disappearance of gome of the
houses on the lower side of the
road, These were directly in the
path of the water on its mad rush
down the guilies to the open sea.
There are still too many houses in
this immediate danger zone,
however





Guilty Of Wounding

IN the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday Justices G. L, Taylor
and H. A. Vaughan confirmed the
decision of His Worship Mr. J. R
Edwards, Police Magistrate of
District “F", who fined Stanley
Taitt of Horse Hill, St. Joseph,
$7.20 for wounding Joseph White

Taitt appealed against the decis-
ion of Mr. Edwards and was
ordered to pay $2.32 appeal cosis

The offence was committed on
November 25, 1950.

Giving evidence in Court yes
terday White said that while he
was in the Orange Club, Horse
Hill, St. Joseph, on November 25,

1950, Taitt took up money belong-
ing to him while they were play-
ing a game.

He asked him for the money and
Taitt refused to give him. A fight
ensued and after they had strug-
gled for sometime on the floor of
ne Club, Taitt took up a bottle
rom the floor and hit him with
ton the top of his head.

CONSTIPATION GONE—
FEELS FIT AS A FIDDLE!

“For years I suffered from consti-
pation. Regular use of ALL-BRAN
has just done wonders!"" Mrs. H. EB.
Deyo, 118 Halliday,
San Antonio, Texas
Just one of many un-
solicited letters from
ALL-BRAN users

This happy feeling
can be yours, too, if
you suffer from con-
stipation due to lack
of dietary bulk. Eat
an ounce (about 14 cup) of crispy
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink
plenty of water! If not completely
satisfied after 10 days, send empty
carton to Kellogg Co. of

GreatBritain Ltd,, Manchester,England.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK!





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kills fleas, lice and other skin pests.

The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed,
and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-injurious
to both man and domestic animals.

*Tetmosol’ Soap also encourages the growth of a
healthy, glossy coat.

“TETMOSOL’ SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 OZ. TABLETS

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Tins COOKING BUTTER (5lb) 390 %75 Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 354
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if possible, in writing, of any alterations you may FOLLOWING SIZES IN STOCK.
i} require. No changes can be made after the
})) 3ist of August, 1951. CARS TRUCKS
i so 42 . Yo -¢ arg r $2.00 . . oe
Extra Listings are made for a charge of ies a as ‘nh hie as te
per issue, 500 x 14 34x 7 — 750 x 20
3 : i 400. 425 x 15
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} ADVERTISERS 650 x 16 325 x 19
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, I



951

TELEPHONE 2508








For Births, Marriage er Engagement
innouncements in Carib Calling the
harge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to £0 d 6 cents per word for each |
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between & 30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m

DIED

TAYLOR—On August 27, 1961, at his
residence Hinds Gap, Halis Poad, St

Michael, Elijah Fitzgerald, His
funeral leaves the above residence at |
4 p.m. today for the Halls Road

Nazarene Church, and thence to the
Westbury Cemeter
Keturah Taylor (Widow)

28.8.51—1n



IN MEMORIAM



















ne Seae: Cottage, Ma .
GASKIN—In loving memory of our mesetin Cetaes, Moris a
3213 28.8.51—@n
dear Aunt Josephine A. Gaskin who 28. 8.51—8n
died on 28th. August 1940
‘Some day when life’s journey ts
ended ELECTRICAL
We hope to meet you dgain.” OC
Mr. and Mrs, McKinley Wiles, Sylvia ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE—!
Wiles, Mrs. Cynthia King. Marjorie| Very little uséd—Dial 4616—Courtesy
Brewster, Mrs. Miriam Moore Garage 28.8.51—6n.
LINTON—In loving memory of our Dear REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7 ce ft.—
beloved daughter and sister Sylvia} U.S.A. manufacture, New Courtesy
Linton whe Died on August 28th | Garage Dial 4616 28.8.51—6n.
1850
One year has passed sincé that sad SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
day, M.E.M. 10K-—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K—
She is gone, but not forgotten. $3.54, 208K-—$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,
livin Linten (Father) Claristine Linton | Tudor Street. Dial 5061 25.8.51—3n
(Mother), Olga Omery U.S.A. Golda, | |
Daphney (Sisters), Lisle (Brother)
peb.tb-ain FURNITURE
WORRELL—In memory of James Wor-|, "PORTADECK”’ CHAIR: Ideal for |
rell, who departed this life on Aug- | Be?eh, garden, in camp, on ship ete.
ust 26th, 1950 Entirely new in design and construction
The Saints of God, their conflict past overall weight 6% lbs. Many other |
And life’s long battle won at last attractive features Contact: Ss. P.
No more they need the shield and} Musson, Sen & Co., Lid. Dial 3713
sword, ! 24,8.51—Tn j
They cast them down before their |
Lord MECHANICAL
Oh happy saints forever blest,
At Jesus’ feet how sweet their rest iG . *
5 4 ‘ ADDING MACHINES—*Just received
The WORRELL Family « shipment of Addo Adding Machines, |
latest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd., |
anor pat Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n |
TENDERS ADDING MACHINE—"“One second |
hand Adding Machine, small keyboard, |

MUKPHY DIESEL ENGINE ane

writers 14", appl

Tenders are invited for the Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n
purchase of one (1) New Model
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 614”| BICYCLES—Hercules for Ladies and
- > Sng Gents—wi an ree -s) P
Murphy Diesel Engine mrounted| Gents with and | without three-speed
on engine iength ‘velded steel] tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—6n. !
skids, length 1037/8”, radiator | ————__.
cooled and equipped with MISCELLANEO’ |
enclosed Twin Disc power take —
off clutch, two 12 volt starting] COUNTER SCALES—Sturay Counter |
batteries with cables, radiator fan] S¢@les weighing up to 28 lbs. A few



and lubricating oi! cooler for}
tropical operation. Rating 180
H.P. intermittent 150 H.P. con-
tinuous at i200 R.P.M. at Sea
level and 60°F ambient; also a
lot of spare parts.



Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes addressed to the
City Engineer marked: —

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY

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al on ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb,
DIESEL ENGINE’ Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
and should reach the City Engin-| Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl

eer, Port-of-Spain, not later than













& Co



one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd.
City Pharmacy.



Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth
Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-

Brushes, and many others





FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Su™days 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—@ cents a
word on Sundays;

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: One Dodge Car 1887 mieact in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B’dos.
Agencies, Ltd.









CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
in good eondition. Hydrauticaliy operated
nood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 23.8.51=t.f.n.

CAR—A Ford Prefect New Shock Ab-
sorbers and rubber mat generally over-
hauled last week. $1,000. Berijamin,











25.8.51 t.f.n. |

———— near

CLASSIFIED ADS.

PUBLIC SALES

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

REAL ESTATE

One chattel House in Barbarees Road,
with open Gallery, Brawing room, $3
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
} Out offices, A good home or Investment
1,3 Small Chatte! Cottages, situated be
tween Browne's Gap and Rocklgy Cross
Road, both containing Front Room, 9
| Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices, A good investment
Apply to W. B®. Bryan, Roebuck Street
25.8.51—3n
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
163 Shares ~- Barbados Foundry Ltd
300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative

Cotten Factory Ltd.
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.

22.8.51—6n

—_—
| 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. S. Nieholis

This property will be set up to Public
con petiiton on Friday 3ist August 195)
at2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

18.8.51—12n





PPOPERTY



Wall Bungalow a
Cleavers Hill, St, Joseph. Standing o1
cne quarter five purches of land. Con

taming drawing room, dining room,







two second hand Remington Type- |

T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,





nly at $15.71 each
Ltd.,

G. W. Hutchinson
Broad Street
26.8,51—2n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price

11.8.51—T F.N

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
inds Fuller Brushes including Ladies



H. P, CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middle





Bedrooms and usual offices. No reason
able offer refused. Apply on premises to}





Louis Boyce 28.8.51—In.

The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their office, No.|
17. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 7th. dav of September, 1951, at 2
ren

The dwellinghouse Known ag}

ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land
; Whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure- !
ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts.
and the out-buildings thereto, situate

on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,

| “djoining Hotel Royal

Inspection any ddy except Sundays,







between the hours of 12 noon and 5/
p.m

Por further particulars, and conditions
4 sale, appiv to:

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
28.8.51—E.D

FROPERTY—One two-storey house sit
uated at My Lord's Hill. Standing on
approximatel,; ‘. acre of land Apply |

| Le. SEAILE c/o Ince & Co., Lid |

28.8.51—3n. |



The undersigned will offer for Sale at|
public competition at their Office, No
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday |
the 14th day of September, 1951 at 2)
p.m.:
@ two-storied Dwellinghouse known |
as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon |
the same stands and thereto belonging. |
containing by admeasurement 6,422 |
square feet or thereabouts, situate at |
1th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Diat 2738.
For further particulars and condition: |
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—-N.E.D







HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla,, |



Saturday 15th mene ae Street. Distributors. Dial 3382. »,. | St. Matthias and the City,
See. 87 Sem 25.8.51—7n | One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell
oe Also building sites with 70 ft frontage
COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC- GENTS SOCKS—New Shipment multi- | and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable |
IATION LTD. colour Striped and Beautiful Designs | price per sq. ft, Contact B. A. Brooks, |
* Socks for Men and Boys Prices from 39c. | at Dunoon Rockley or Phone #162 be-
— to $1.43 per Pair. KIRPALANI 52 Swan! tween 9—11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m, if you

NOTICE Street 28.8.51—1n. | want to buy, sell, or build.
eee ae 28.8.51-—6n
; ‘ Savtrt LAMP BURNERS-—No. 2 Lamp Burners a |
Applications are invited for the] , quality that will last longer at. 38

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] ASPRO.

s ¢ » i i ce} words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
aor ae ge aa oa a tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
See avon. practical) vche—Pains in the limbs and joints—
knowledge of cost-accounting iS] Feverishness. Remember there is only one

essential,
experience would be an advan-
tage though not essential. Pp

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

e

a ir’ of Carrington Village, St
oh) at Bate of birth. permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
b. Where bor n. e&c., at a board and shingle galvanized
(2) Married or single, shed attached to residence at poner
q ere educated. Rad., Carrington Village, St. Michael.
‘?) ae bs - posts tas during Dated this 24th. day of August 1951
(3) (EDR Ce. BOSye ‘Elo E. A. McLEOD, Esq..
past 10 years, and full de- Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
tails of duties pérformed. | D. A. BECKLES,
(5) Certificates and/or degrees | se dino aarti eth te ar
nis 4 a
held. | . j sidered. at a Licensing Court to be
6) Certified copies of tWO) je1e at Police Court, District “A” on
; : ; 1951
recommendations from pres- Monday the 3rd day of Beivenber 108
ent (and previous, if any)|at M o'clock, a cf AL too. |
employers. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
(7) Names and addresses 2f}
two referees for references
as to character, etc.
(8) Amount of annual salary FURNITURE
expected,
(9) A recent passport photo-|
Ts interviews wilt bel AUCTION
Note: No interviews will be}
granted except by appointment Wednesday, 29th August

after all applications have been

considered,
21.8.51—4n,
is to be great.”......+%

The most simple way
| of cooking is by Gas

GENTS’
STRAW
HATS

CREAM COLOUR
$1.15 each

THANE HROS.

Pr. Wi . Hy. & Swan Sts.





RAIN |
COATS

PLASTIC ONES
$2.98 EACH

THANI BROS.
Pr, Wm. Hry, St. Dial 3466














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BICYCLES with Balloon Tyres that

give that super comfort ride,

Just opened by —
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I s you could ever see have
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£24 JOHNSON’S HARDWARE
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Some technical factory} ASPRO.

should be; several
inson & Co. Ltd., Broad Street



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



G. W. Hutchinson & Co

19,8,51—lln

TOOLS Electrical and Mechanical
jiers and Serew Drivers, Claw and
‘ack Hammers, Saw Sets, Gauges and
other useful Tools. Prices
attractive. G w Hutch-

xtremely

26 .8.51—2n

The application of Dayrell A. Beckles,
Michael for







at 11.30 a.m.

WE have been instructed by
Dr. H. M. S. G. Beadneil to sell
by Auction the Furniture and
Household Effects at ‘“Fernihurst”,
Deacon’s Rd., St. Michael.

Viewing morning of Sale from
9a.m.
-

Dining Table (seats 8) Set 8 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, Cutlery
Chest on Stand, Pr Corner Book-
cases (glass fronted), Bookcase
(double glass doors), Large Coffee
Table, Set 4 Chairs, Round Table,
Small Desk (with glass top,) Large
Office Desk, Oval Tip-Top Table

(Brass Feet), Occasional Tables,
Armchair with cushioa seat,
Mahogany and Wicker 3 Piece

Suite with Spring Seats and Loose
Cushions, Pr Single Beds and
Springs, Bedside Tables, Pr open
fronted Bookcases, Dressing Table
with Mirror, Telephone Stool. (Ail
the above in Mahogany.) Carron
Wood and Coal Stove Frigidaire
(American), Pr Single Painted
Beds and Springs, Cream Painted
Wardrobe with long mirror, Cream
Dressing Table with Stool, Polished
Cedar Shoe Rack, Card Table,
Wicker Arm Chairs, Painted Bed-
side Tabie, Large Kitchen Table,
Open fronted Hanging Press, Large
Painted Bookcase, Green Painted
Table, Painted Morris Chair, Bed-
side Tables, Painted Press (6
shelves,) Cedar Lined Chest of
Drawers, 4 Spring filled Mattress-
es. Folding and Deck Chairs,
Kitehen Chairs, Gallery Furniture,
Kitchen Cabinets, Larders and
Large Food Store, Mahogany
Trays, Ironing Board, Work bench,
Baby’s Cot with Hair Mattress
Child’s Tricycle (as new) Child's
Desk, Child's Painted Dressing
Table, Baby's Weighing Machines,
Medicine Cabinet, Mirrors, Elec.
Fan, Elec. Irons, Portable Grarno-
phone, Elec. Kettle, Elec. Hot
Plate, 2 - Burnér Oil Stove, Sew-
ing Cabinet, Butler's Tray and
Stand, Tennis Net, Lawn Mower,
Mise Glass, China, Kitchen
Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 double,
2 single.) Small Eeko Radio, Also

a varied assortment of misc.
items.
| Light Refreshments Available

| CASH ON FALL OF HAMMEâ„¢,



AUCTIONEERS

| Joha 4. Biadon
& co.

A.F,S., F.V.A,
Phone 4640

Plantations Building

ie niatindincnnlD



ANNOUNCEMENTS



(to- |
morrow) please note that provision has |
been made for light refreshments to be
on sale 28.8. 51—-1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE)

The application of Joseph N. Allewne |
holdey of Liquor License No. 1085 of |
1951 granted to idalia Hope in respect
ef a board and shingle shop at Hans-
chell Land, St. Michael for permission
to use said Liquor License &¢., at said
premises Hanschell Land, St. Michael.

|





Dated this 22nd, day of August 1961
E. A. McLEOD, Esq..
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
J. N. ALLEYNE,
Applicant |

N.B.—This application will be con-|
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Poliee Court, District “A on Monday
the 3rd. day of September 1951 at 11
o'clock a.m |

To

E. A. McLEOD, Faq.,
Magistrate, Dist A
28.8.51



Police

In



|
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.

Scott & Co

for permis-

&e.,
at}

The application of D. V
Ltd., of Broad Street, City
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
at a wall and galvanized building
Corner Of Grosvenor Rd. Tweedside Rd
St. Michael,

Dated this 27th. day of August 1951. |
To E. A. MeLEOD, Esq., |
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” |

ARTHUR POLLARD,

for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, Distriet “A” on Thurs-
day the 6th. September 1951 at 11 o'clock,

!
a.m |

BE. A. MeLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
28.4

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96 cents Su days 3 words —
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

word on Sundays;

HOUSES
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FURNISHED FLAT



at ‘our Aces
St. Lawrence Gap, from September is
Mrs. L, Hassel. Phone 4003

28.8 $1—2
See eee
“SUNSET”.—St. James, belonging to
Mrs. A. C. Worswick, for August and
September only Furnished.
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14.8. 51=t.f.n, James Street



The publie are hereby
giving credit to my wife, Esmay
Reid.) as I do not hold myse
responsible for her or anyone else co
treeting amy debt or debts in my nar
unless by a written order signed by n

warned





HUBERT INNISS,
Upper Thorpes Cottage,
St. George
3.8 52
The public are hereby warned against
Siving credit to my wife, Inez Gooding
| (nee Spooner,) as I do not hold myseit

responsible for her or anyone else co
tracting any debt or debts in my name

wnless by a written order signed By me
FREDD.FE GOODING,
Rockleys Ch. Ch

28.8.51-—2)



TAKE NOTICE
PERMUTIT

That the PERMUTIT COMPANY/LIM.
TED, a British: Company, Manufacturer
whose trade or busines ddress is Pe
rreutit House, Gunnersbury Avenu:
London, W.4, England, has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part
of Register in respect of plant
md installations for use in purifyir
oftening supplying and distributir
water; and filters, preparations for
ening and purif ring water a
ion-exchange materials being chemic,|
products for use in the treatme |
of liquids, and will be entitled »









sof



| register the same after one month fro

the 28th day of Ausust 1951 unle
some person shall in the meantime give
otice im duplicate to me at mi office o/
opposition of such registration. The trac
mark can be seen on application at nv
office
Dated this 18th day of August 1951
H WILLEAMS,
Registrar of Trade Mark
28.8 51

TAKE NOTICE

on







Itd., Broad and Roebuck Streets. That THE WELCH GRAPE JUICE
26,8.51—2n | COMPANY, a corporation organized

Will all persons who will be attending| “der the laws of the State of New

PAIN fades right out when you take| the Auetion sale at Fernitwurst, aeons York, United States of America, whose
Actions speak louder than | Road, on Wednesday 29th August trade or business address is Westfield

Chautauqua, New York, United States ot
America, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Registe:
in respect of grape Juice, a non-alcoholic
and non-aerated beverage, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 28th day of August
1951 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tiation. The trade mark can be seen on
epplication at my office

Dated this 18th day of August 1951

H. WiLLIAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks
28 8 51 =)





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

PRICE OF

Until further notice the follow









Price 1951
SULPHATE OR AMMONIA $125.70 $2.25









ARBADOS ADVOCATE

Over 24) Gnd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,



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JILPHATE OF AMMONIA

SIMPLY GREAT —

to relieve ‘PERIODIC’




| PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days

| miinivnum charge $1.50 on wwWeek-days |
| md $1.80 on Sundays. |



| UNIVERSITY COLLEGE |
OF THE WEST INDIES |



|
Applications are invited for appoint- |
ent to the newl reated Cngir of |
Balucation * j
Salary £1,500 p.a. Cost of living |
Stiewanee £80 p.a., for a single person |
| 206 p.a., for a harried man. Child
| siiowance £70 p.a., per child ‘maxi
mum £210 p.a.) Unfurnished accom mo-
| detion at rent of 5%, of salary. F.S.S.U
Passages paid for members of staf® and

f
and leave



ics On appointment, termination



(six copies) giving the
of three referees and full details
and exptrience should
e sent to the Secretary, Inter-University
ouncil for Higher Education in the
olonies 1 Gerdon Square, London,

C. 1, frem whom further information
may be obtained. Closing date Sist
dey of August, 1951 28.8.51—-1n

mes
qualifieations





TAKE NOTICE
| SINGER

That

SINGER MOTORS LIMITED, a
British Company, Manufacturers, whose
trade or business address is Canterbury |
Street, Coventry, Warwickshire, England,

‘pplied for the registration of a trade
nark in Part “A” of Register in respec’
of motor driven vehicles, engines, chass.







anc parts thereof, and will be cntitlec
to register the same after one month
from the th day of August 1951
unless some perser shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to’ me at my
office of opposition of such régistration
The trade mark can be seen on applica
tion at my office
Dated this 18th day of August 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
28.8.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE

<1Ke MAO

fas

Mr erate

Oe ial en es noel

ee email -

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Per ee

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That BOOKERS MANUFACTURING
DRUG CO., LTD., a British Company,
whose trade or business ad is La
Penitence, Demerara, British Guiana, has
epplied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of pharmaceutical preparations including
medicinal oils, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 28th day of Atimust 1951 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seem on application at m»
office,







Dated this 18th day of August 1961
H. WILLIAMS
} Registrar of Trade Marks
28.8.51—3n

ing price has been arranged:

Discount If paid

Maximum by 30th September,





28.8.51

FEMALE PAINS

Also nervous distress several days ‘before’

vou you suffer from monthly
cramps, headache, backache — or
do you, like so many women, start
to suffer a few days just before
your period from strange, nervous,
restless, weak, dragging feelings—
due to this functional cause?

Then start taking Lydia &
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
to relieve such symptoms. Pink-
ham's Compound has such a com-
forting antispasmo'c action on
one of wonmnan’s must important

LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S

organs. Pinkham's Compound not
only relieves this monthly pain
but also annoying pre-period ner-
vous, tense emotions of this na-
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resistance against such fermale dis-
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have reported amazing benefits
Truly the woman's friend!

NOTE: OF you ma

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IMPERIAL LEATHER





LADY CLERK- Salary $40.00 » asa - ~
month, plus Annual Bonus, Appl: by —— ae a =
letter and in person to Holder Bros Ks
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85 ifn



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CHARCOAL COMES

THE

and 1

Messrs, Manning & Co., Ltd,

She

Messrs,

HARBOUR LOG

WAX

60.ton se
arrived from British Guiana yes-
terday with 490 bags of charcoal

15 tons

is expected
berth to-day to unload her cargo
Schooner
ciation are ner Agents.







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Bruce Weatherhead, Ltd







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25.8. 51—3r









BLUE HYACINTH







MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, |
ooner Rosarene} vew ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED. |
(MAN.Z) } ats =
©£.S. “PORT FAIRY is seheduled to THE MV CARIBBER
» | sail from Hobart June 28th, Bowen July :
= Srowend for "3th, Sanckay July 20th, Brisbane July | Will accept Cargo and Passengers
ist Sydney August 4th, Melbourne | for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
to take her] \ugust 1th, arriving at Trinidad Sep- |{{ serrat, Nev's, St. Kitts, Sailing
‘ember 8th, and Barbados September Friday 24th
F rs 3SO- vath " ir “ y ”
en nee In addition to general cargo tht } THE M V DAERWOOD
eetet has aero space for chilled and wha qoutes Cargo, and Passengers
eee eaies tts of for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba,
Cargo accepted on through Bills o Pasienuare conte for a. Vinee

transhipment
Leeward and

Lading for
british Guiana,
slands,

For further particulars apply

at Trinidad $0 J
Windward |

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In Carlisle Bay FURNESS, WITRY & CO. LTD, }
ERINDAD | Consigheces, Tel. No. 4047 {
att > Lad» Joy M.V. Sedgefield, iN and
went Marsaltese, Schy United Pilgrim $ * } SS
Sch. Zita. Wonita, M.V. Daerwood; Sch bagel Be Wi “ADVERTISE.”
Gardenia W Sch. Lydia Adina § 7 ‘ aa | at
Seh. Cloudia’ S., Sch. Franklyn D-.R B.W.1 Sees
Sch. D'Ortac, Seh. Mildred Wallace
Sch. Enterprise S., M.V. Caribbee
Rainbow M., S.S Cottica, S.S
Rodney, Seh. Amberjack Mac
WoL. EBunieia
— — SS ye eS
ARRIVALS a a ce
S.8. LADY RODNEY, 4,097 tons net ‘ ‘
Capt, LeBlanc, from St. Vincent CANADIAN SERVICE
8.8. COTTICA, 2,22 t« et, Cy y ; LS
Dross, from Funchal Rae - From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
8.8. BETWA, 4,598 tons net, Capt * - were peo Ere: np
Creenwood, from Trinidad LOADING DATES
Sch. ROSARENE, 60 tons net, Capt
Olivierre, from British Guiana Expected Arrival
s.s Hera, 2.214 tons net, Capt Montreal Halifax | Dates, Bri
Menago, from Amsterdam | Barbados
oie $3 “POLYCREST™ 15 August 20th August | 5 September
a DEPARTURES m.v. “BENNY” 29 August 3 Sept | loth September
S.S. MARIE C,, 4,380 tons net, Capt. [6 6 “SUNVALLEY” 12 Sept 17 Sept | 3 October
Cominos, for Trinidad ss. “A VESSEL” 26 Sept 1 Oct. | 1 Ovtober
Sch. PHILIP H, DAVIDSON, 87 tone :
net, Capt. Sealey, for British Guiana ‘
SS. SUNPRINCE, 1,649 tons net, Capt U.K SERVICE
LaRue, for Trinidad ‘ .
Sch. BELQUEEN, 44 tons net, Capt From Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
King, for St. Vincent

in Touch With Barbados



Swansea Liverpool Glassow



Expected Arrival



Dates, Bridgetown

“RAST WAVE cif suffleient 14 Aug 18 Aug 4 August
: : “SUNRELL’ tinducemen|
Coastal Station (offers 2 Aug. 7 Sept 24 Sept
s 8. “SUNRAY nd September
ge 1 and Wireless (W oI.) Ltd. advise a ae een oe een eee =
that they can now communicate with
the following ships through their Bar U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
he dos Coast Station Expected Arrival
S.S. Groote, Mormacteal, Rodas, James London Antwerp Rotterdam Da
Cenimore Cooper, S$, Bertrand, Norse
Mountain, Hammersborg, Coulgrave = ne ts . aw it
Onarheim, Ragunda, Cottica Burope, | ** “SUNJEWEL at M he Pe see / a ee
Westport, Lady Rodney, Brazil, S. Paula,| '™ ¥ BRUNO »
Federal, Adu, Esso New Orleans, Rio 7
Araza, Argentina, Alcoa Cavalier, S$ Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
Mateo, Artvine, Dalesman, Rosario
Colombie, Seottish Prince, Shahrera
Aicoa Partner, Beatrice, Alcoa Planter

tuna, Europe, Marioe, Sundale, Willem-
stad, Indian Mariner, Cazador, Malman-
Bacchus,
Diagon, Mormadpenn,

ver, Tron

a,

Liss, Cufie, Bonito,

vda, Katarina,





Esso Normandie and SS. William H
Wilmer
MAIL NOTICES NEW YORK SERVICE | @
SS. S."MARIO C sails 10th August arrives B'dos Wrd August, 195),
MAILS for Deminiea, Antigua, Mont- j 4 t “= B'dos Lith September, L961
oarrat, Novia Gud O& Hae ky ee keV A STEAMER 31st uerive dos r

CARTIBBEE will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:-
Parcel and Registered Mails at 2 p.m ss

Ordinary
August

RATES OF EXCHANGE

CANADA
AUGUST 27,

63 9/10

63 3/10
6) 8/10";

50 pe



Mail at 2

1951



NEW GRLEANS SERVICE





“POLKE BERNADOTTE®’ sails fre August
30 p.m. on the Mth} ss. “ALCOA PURITAN” sails 16th Au just
A STEAMER sails 29th Aumuet arrive Bidos 1th Septemt
CANADIAN SERVICE

OUTHBOUND

Namo of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax

1951











1951,

Alcoa 0"

a

urives Bidos 23rd August 1951
vrrives B’dos 25th August, 1951

a NN







Arrives Rarbade



pr. Cheques on $ “ALCOA PARTNER" August Srd August 6th August 16th
Bankers 61 3/108 pr SS. ALCOA PILGKIM August 24th August 27th September 6th
Demand SS. ALCOA PEGASUS September 7th September 10th September 20th
Drafts 61.15% pr . Sight Drafts 61% pr VORTHBOUND
pr. Cable S 8. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbades Augast Idth for St. Lawrence
pr Currency 9 8/0 © pe River Port
Coupons 8 1/109 pr — —
Silver wr pr, These vessels have limited pussense aecomodation



OPPS LPL ES APO OPE PTTE,,.

Attention!

EDUCATION DEPT.
PRINCIPALS OF COL-
LEGES/SCHOOLS

ALL MANAGERS

Graduated Venezuelan

*
Fer

School
years’ Teachers’ Training Coll
seck employment to teach Spanish
colleges and schools
transiating/interpreting

Write to
c/o Advocate or Dial 2759

SSO

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na pe jonocengivese yp tesrebeasiellindiainalennieseed teiaaianinaip i —eaaereaanEer

mereL

Swift

Oxford Sausages,
Pork Sausages, Smorgons Viennese
Sausages,
Swift Potted

Oats,

Kellogs
House

Gate

STUART & SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.

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‘Teacher

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Oh Mom!

It’s delicious when
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Corn
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26, 8.51-—-6n













“MUSTEROLE”

THE

(IN TWO STRENGTHS).
REGULAR—In the Yellow Carton,

Sausages, Harris
Pale Thorpe’s

Oxtongues

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Maxwell
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ALL WICKETS
Mixed Fortunes In
Intermediate Games

All w

A WICK

THE NER

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were affected by the rain but still batsmen

ood scores on Saturday the first day in the
cricket matches. In some matches, however,

were on top

Barbados

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I re West Indian RAMADHIN
. , b i has already shown his adapta-
Ca ye & Wireless. « re now 47 sich Bane pet Saagy August 14 bility to English wickets. He
run. + the | of five wickets. — ch, eniey,. holder of the spins the ball both ways and |
Pickwick batted the whole day crid record for the 440 yards, will has the googly as well,
fait Wanderers at Kensington run for Jamaica at the 1952 Olym- L.E.8
Oval nd cored 212 run G. pies. He confirmed this point when
Moore and Pp. Trotter 44. I spoke to him at the British Games This was the English com
( Packer bowled steadily to at the White City on Saturday, ment soon after the W.I. team
five of the Pickwick wickets (August 11th), where he was run- ee What wit the
§ run M. Clarke took two Ding for America against Britain ustralian comment be? Skip
od : 2ecent suctz ; ve r r . . et
wickets for 60 runs Recent sustgestions have been to a ‘ oe mee Rams
At Congo Road Windward are the effect that as McKenley does nos ee ee
off to a good start against Mental Much of his running in the States,
Hospital. Batting first on an easy 82d has made several sponsored
icket Windward knocked up 127 tours under the patronage of the Jad. i ivisi ma:
runs in their first innings. Going American A.A.A., that he would
f down in the batting order H, Tepresent that country at Helsinki. > ° oy e.
F scored with 38 runs It therefore good news for, the oO 1ce, “mpire
7 tal pace bowler West Indies that he will run for
tf four wickets for J@maica My is . ms
7 kipper Carter three McKenley McDonald Bailey core iclories

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When play had ended Mental u e British Games meeting, which POLICE defeated Central by
Hospital had lost five of their “45 held in a continuous down an innings and 38 runs at Vau-
wickets for 49 runs. Opening Pur Record breaking was out of cluse in their cricket ‘match on
batsman M. Crichlow and vV., the question on the rain-soaked Saturday the last day in the fifth
Boyce who went at number six track, but between them, the West series of Second Division games
in the ba order failed to get Indian athletes won four events Batting first Central were dis-
off the ma 5 missed for 55 runs to which

a Pires a he Bailey wae ee and 220 Police replied with 138 runs for

1 the re-Spartan match at > 7 the loss of nine wickets declared
Sank Hall, Empire in their first sprints, as is becoming his habit, For Police F. Taylor was not
innings were dismisseq for 162. McKenley ran away from the field out with 54 runs, In their seco id
A. Gitten had a good bowling !” the quarter mile, Wint won the innings Central scored 45 runs
spell and ended with an analysis half in a canter, and to crown a E. Denny took three wickets for
of eight overs, one maiden, 30 thoroughly satisfactory afternoon, 16 runs and C. Sealy three fo:
runs and ix wickets. N. Wood Bailey ran the first leg of the 4 x 10. :
and K. Sealy took two wickets 110 yards relay in which Britain the Carlton—Y.M.P.C, fix-
each. beat America by a yard and a , Y.M.P.C. were dismissed for

When stumps were drawn Spar- half : runs, in their first innings.
tan had collected 21 runs for the These three runners would form G- Greenidge was not out with
loss of two wickets. Pacer C. the backbone of an extremely 9! runs while W, Goodridge took

three wickets for 24 runs.












Prescod took both wickets. strong team should the West In- Carltor lied itt
tn nenctic ni " replied With 55 runs
dies Athletic Association unit< at un
SCTRIENT « CARTW 2&- 7 thus giving Y 7 ree
REGIMENT v. CABLE & for the purpose of representation ye ance are 1 on a points
WIRELESS at the 1952 Olympics. The in- Brmpire ; Peete
t : a umpire also scored an outrigh:
: clusion of other talented athletes victory over Leeward, In their
—at Garrison aor _ oes Rhoden ; id first innings Leeward scored 45
REGIMENT FIRST INNINGS 8 ie suing woulc put the West runs and Empire treplied with
A, Ishmael c Cozier b Branker es Indies in a_ strong position to 59 runs for 8 wickets declared,
J aite c (wk) b A. Lawless 3 challenge the rest of the world. K. Thornton six wickets for 33
s ¢ Cozier b Branker 4 The West Indies stars them- runs.
A. Phillips c Fields b Branker 2 Due ¢ a :
D. Crawford (stpd. wk) b C, Law- selves would welcome an oppor- _ Due to steady bowling by
less 28 tunity to represent the West In- 5S. Beckles, Leeward could only
D. Watts c& b C, Lawless 12 dies as a whole collect 16 runs in their second
\ Bispham ec Croney b Lawless 1 x innings, Er t rrr
Wh enteae ty. Tawidas 2 McKenley said that those who {UDIDBS. Hmpire hit six runs fo
H, Marshall not out 1 believed Jamaica had no need to tees of one wicket for victory.
arrisor ‘ollege 5 °
Smeg ee es eee * take part in such a get-together onthe ities Cee Rot three
lare wk é : : > § 4 é "Ss , “fy
ata 5 ‘were taking a foolish short-term PON'S (or a first innings’ lead
; : F ' , over Combermere when their
—— view. Because Jamaica had, at atch end : :
Total 122 ah ‘i match ended. Batting first Com-
~ this time, three or four world bermere scored 41. run t
‘ y s s ‘
BOWLING ANALYSIS class athletes, it did not mean which College replied with 56
io ae er a * M that the island could afford to runs for the loss of seven wicl ets
E. anker S983 see ‘ : ‘ ‘ eye 4 14 1 isolate itself from the other declared.
5 2“ — British Caribbean Athletic Asso- When stumps were drawn
5 ; 7 i ciations. Jamaica might not Combermere had knocked up 101
; always be so fortunate as she runs for the loss of eight wickets































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

M.C.C. Beat Canada
In First Test

VANCOUVER, B.C., Aug. 27.

The England touring Maryle-
bone Cricket Club team defeated
Canada by an innings and 116
runs on Saturday in the first Test
match ever played in the Domin-
ion of Canada

Canada scored a total of only
94 runs in the first innings on Fri-
day after being put in to bat by
skipper R. W. V. Rebins whe won
the toss

M.C.C. compiled a total of 306
for the loss of eight wickets be-
fore declaring just before lunch
on Saturday.

Canada was all out in its second
time the bat for 102 runs.

—C.P.



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‘
Soccer Results
LONDON’ August 27.

Results of Soccer matcher
played Saturday in ihe United
Kingdom follow:—

Scottish League Cup Division P.

Cowdenbeath 2, Dundee United 0.
Alloa Athletic 2, Dunfermline
Athletic 2. Clyde 5, Arbroath 2.
Ayr United 1, Kilmarnock 2,

Forfar Athletic 1, Dumbarton 1.

St. Johnstone 0, Albion Rovers
1. Stenhousemuir 2, Falkirk 9.

Hamilton Academicals 2, Queen's
Park 3.

English League Division II

Brentford 2, Rotherhain
United 0. Bury 0, Luton Town 1.
Coventry City 0, Queen’s Park
Rangers 0. Doncaster Rovers 2,
Leeds United 0. Everton 3,
Sheffield Wednesday 3.

Leicester City 4, Birmingham
City 0. Nottingham Forest a
Cardiff City 3, Sheffield United 4.
Hull City 1, Swansea Town lI,

Notts County 1, Westham Unitea
3, Blackburn Rovers 1}.

English League Division III:
Northern — Barrow 0, Halifax
Town 0. Bradford City 1, Lin-

¢oln City 1 Carlisle United 4,
Accrington Stanley 1. Darlingta
1, Southport 1. Gateshead i:
Crewe Alexandra 0, Grimsby
Town 3, Bradford 0 Hartlepeok
United 38, Scunthorpe United 0,
Oldham Atheltic 3. Tranmere Rov-
ers 0, Stockport County 1. Roch-
dale 0, Workington 0. Mansfield
Town 1, Wrexham 0.
—(CP)

Rugby Results

LONDON, August 27,

The results of Rugby League
games played Saturday in the

United Kingdom follow:
3atley 15, Featherstone Rovers
15.
Belle Vue Rangers 6, Salford 15,
Bradford Northern 12, Leigh 17.

Cardiff 10, Hull 31.
Castleford 18, Huddersfield 22.
Hallifax 7, Wigan 2.
Hull Kingston Rovers 14,

Widnes 16,
Hunslet 17, Workington Town 1).
Keighley 0, Oldham 15.
Rochdale Hornets 19, Barrow 7.
St. Helens 23, Liverpool City 3
Swinton 22, Dewsbury 10



















WIRELESS FIRST INNINGS was today and then perhaps she !_their second innings " ea eee ce
c Crawford b Richard 9 youl na tas pe I a Foundatior als & 4 Wakefield Trinity 36, York 3
fie wane 7 wou d be only too pleased to join int f 1 also got three Warrington 28, Leeds 21
, Te ea cuaenee ; in such a “ ration” oints for a first innings’ lead : ed aT ea ‘
ine 6 Clarke 6 in such a “federation”, P ‘ AMINES ea aven 5 “aster
R ¢ Parris b Watt fh erie rere errteerssicceensheplaee sthentinneeiiees _. over Pickwick. Batting on the Whitehaven 5, Doncaster 0.
r not out 10 ERT AT: HOAET ae FIRST INNINGS first day on a wet wicket, Pick- —{CP)
b. Clarke { N chlow b ‘armer 0 ric . > 7 9 . , 0)
‘ not But a N. Burrowes b R. Farmer 14 eh foes a SBA Z ‘ hich
2 C. Williams run out 9 ‘ ster an r. Jones ’
C Bost Ibw R, Farmer 4 teok five wickets for 18 runs | YESTERDAY 5
Tots (for wkts.) 47 R, Rock not out 9 Foundation — replie 1 Z
i ’ V. Boyce b R, Farmer 0mm and 1 2 ppd with 108 | WEATHER REPORT
BOWLING ANALYSIS KR. Chase not out 4 s and when play was ended,
; Of Me Re Extras ; Foundation had scored 77° runs} Prom Codenetan
A. Phillip og 4 ; kb — for six wickets after Pickwick! Rainfall: Moa ; ad .
F. Richard 7 1 Total (for 5 wkts) 49 had declared when their score} eet pus f it was nth to
D Waits Le ee iitics seins i was 186 runs for six wickets. a ae ae
Paseis 1 6 BOWLING ANALYSIS date: 8.71 inches
Clarke f 4 2 oa. a: We ’ T nn ¥ . : : ’ :
Brathw nite 2 3 H. Farmer 6 1 4 ; CARLTON vs. ¥.M.P.C, | Highest Temperature: 78.0 °F
eer D. Wilkie - F 6 Bite le 30. W. toodice 8 tot ga | | Lowest Temperature: 71.5 °F
y 7 “PERG wv PICKWICK H. V. Farmer 4 1 9 1 eale 36. .G idge, 3 for 249 ies
Ww ANDERE R sv.F Ic KW iC K mn, Farmer " 6 19 3 CARLTON 55 (E. Burke 20, R. Peter-| eaten eee : er 909
—at Oval kin, 2 for 14, O. Burke, 2 for 16) an’ we = eet 29.$
SPARTAN vy. E : of SPim:) Sao
PICKWICK FIRST INNINGS v. EMPIRI CENTRAL vs, POLICE
i Wanita c wits. io: SiGe “4 —at Bank Hall at Central
D, Evelyn ibw b M. C oe ihe eA 8 CENTRAL First Innings—-55, |
2G ard ¢ wk, b Re 14 EMPIRE FIRST INNINGS ; CENTRAL Second Innings—45 (E
c yn b Packer 41M. Jones b A. Gittens 16 Denny three for 16, C, Sealy three for
G ore & Packer Si F. Taylor c Sealy b A. Gittens 0 30 |
R ke c Seale b Packet 1 E. Amory c&b Sealy 15 > 2 ™” ‘ ‘ 2 |
cS wood : Mayer » Packer 0 R. Norville c N. Wood b A. Gittens 14 a ae stom areot me i _ rhe
t © Ramsay b Rolfe 6 B. Bourne c Skinner b A. Gittens 11 ; PY Pee (POE DURYS
H Jordan ¢&b Clarke 8 V. Smith not out 48 nates toe puny
Wells ¢ Ramsay b Packer 1 M. Armstrong ¢ Sealy b A, Gittens 14 - EMPIRE ve. LEEWARD j
Lashley not out 4 C, Prescod ¢ Sealy b A, Gittens 4 LEEWARD 45 (K. Thomton 14, §.\
tena: 16 E. Barrow c wk b Sealy 27 ~—-Becktes 7 for 13, C. Beckles 1 for ‘1,4 4 ,
1. Harris lbw b Wood 6 G. Downes 1 for 16.) Cue bids are apt to be dis-
Total 212 C. Spooner c& b Wood 0 EMPIRE 59 for 8 wickets Declared ‘ trusted by the inexper-
Extras : , a eee C. Beckles 17, K. Thorn ienced player, who is affected
gies js LG by the memory of past
* : , Tote ‘ JEW sec 6 1S :
MENTAL HOSPITAL v. Tl me ipa aie ia eee eatastrophes due 40 mals:
WINDWARD—at Congo Road BOWLING ANALYSIS EMPIRE Second Innings 6 runs for reading the purpose of his
O M. R_ W «the loss of 1 wicket partner’s bid in a new suit,
WINDWARD f+ RST INNINGS A. Gittens 8 1 30 6 This can come about in two
) c 1 E. MeComie ea he COMBERMERE ys. COLLEGE ways. A cue bid may sound like
Pe stor oe .® 2 COMBERMERE First ‘Innings 41 (L a genuine suit bid to the partner
1K Sealy 8 7 23 2 Reid 4 for 17). wh. passes without thinking
vate Nh COLLEGE First Innings 56 for 7 The F sult may be tragic if the
i = a 7 4 wickets Declared). unwilling declarer is left to play
5 : aeeT } ! Combermere Second Innings 101 for the hand with a void in the
10 SPAKLAN PikST INNINGS 8 wickets (Mr, Hughes not out 64 tremp suit, especially when a
6 N. Wood not out 9 2 c , slam can be made ip some other
R. Farmer not out 29 K. Sealy ¢ E. Amory b Prescod 6 PICKWICK vs. FOUNDATION Gen oenIDeHen,
R. L. ‘armer absent 0 B. Morris retired 4 Fo ti ve secon case is where a
Extras ; 7 ©. Wood e Barrow b Prescod 1 rane ee, ee genuine attempt to find a pla
A. Gittens not out 1 / Ge Foster 16, Mr. Jones 6 wicke abie suit is mistaken for a cue
PB l 27 S a 7 Sm . - . >
Total 127 Extras © * gor 1d ina) bid. ae subsequent entangle
, SIS c ¢ ; 9 FOUNDATION First Innings 108 (My ment leading to some unmak
BOWLING ANALYSIS att ty Total (for 2 wkts.) 31 séneaal, A. omer © See ies , able contract The first rule
c "KWICK Sac . rur thevefore, when contemplating
r Carte 9 1 24 3 BOWLING ANALYSIS PICKWICK Second Innings 186 runs Se ah ri o iz
o Knight 10 a7 4 ah oO M R w for 6 wickets Declared (M,. Field Shue bid As to make quite sure
G. Springer 8 38 C. Spooner 2 3 R. Lashley 50.). that i* will be recognised 4s
M, Crichiow 5 10 1 C. Prescod 4 1 13 2 , FOUNDATION Second Innings such Ths only exception is
Wiltshire 1.3 2 1 M. Armstrong 2 5 runs for 6 wickets (C, King 27, E where a forcing situation exists
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1. . ‘ dustry must be ali a» |man, for use in Hurricane Relief ] tonight that our sritish C nu ne evan ‘guia Pa Ro Initially, t Re Latour 4h romptly report to him recon i-| 3
Lighting Up: 7.90 p.m. : quickly a porsibie and iid Any member of the Barbados late in America are accepting|Newton, leaves the island 1o- . ; y | 4 tor “fair and equitable | Dial 311
High Tide; 12.13 a.m, and 2.38 owing to heavy demands onj|District wishing to contribute gifts for the homeless. morrow for London to discuss] The Li ibou ir Federa all e Jation ne aren rt ‘ oa i
p.m. n revenue, many admirable works | th is cause, may forward theit Finance with the U.K, Govern-|erganizition for all ms, OF setuement,. re weenie s Day or Night
Low Tide: 8.02 a.m, and 7.46 will have to be deferred or aban-| donations to the Honorary ment and is expected to be] unions endorsed Hollanc DONO RHE 0 ee Uu Mg iy
p.m. doned. He said dimage to the} Treasurer, Capt. H. H. Willian \ followed by Bustamante if there nding on the paruies,—«W. nee site
sugar crop is not seriot s-~(CP) |YÂ¥.M.C.A., Pinfold Street j Veleran Uniti Wi ill we difficulties in the Mission
| A sistance eontinues to arrive , y, >
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Y ~T UL IL TR DE ae en ke including British West _ | BRA Al 7 N Ve t Z Zi FX
i . f ‘ Canada United State: 7 P
MA CAN'T FULF A , ae : ZILIAN 7
Ss oa sary, fag ay, Foe ame ot Be | BAQK «HOME TO HER MOTHER
COMMITMENTS TO CHINA eibe sare le eens kp ne mi ewe,
f j {Army Corps, the eran uni af ver ;
, a | ees W ar II, will arrive i a Jn Huai ge r Strike | OTTAWA. Aug. 27 countrie ilready she ted 1 from Montre il, So far
: i J c al his autumn to Paras Alec i Ada R o. Brazil who still on her list Cuba, H taken her 195 hour
By HAROLD GUARD now receive were said to consist The experts said that it f S| Ge ne Eisenhower’s No AIRO, Aus : AP ign » five months ago | Dominican Republic, Puerto I Her plane is covered
LONDON, Aug. 27 jof “reconditioned tra which | significant that the Soviet econo-] tar Preaty forces acc ul na one .wome be : ‘ny e I Miata of the | Trinid Ver ezuela ind the graphs, messages of
Russia is unable to fulfil her) n¢ rm ally would have been scrap-| mic report for the first quarter of} States Army announce jan a hunger t to vs t torn: Mi oh i aid todas i Gu z 7? flags of countries sh¢
commitments under trade agree- ped’, and these are obtainable only|this year omitted the percen ment , agen » of nce ¢ B : Wes ails aed: Sei wath Dla : ‘ ited on the ie in|
ent with Communist China,|in exchange for old tractors. New/increase of fabour producti | Ops i Sucz Canal Zo 2 ao ? ' , am § . he ad ‘ , fatter : aK
according to confidential reports | bail bearings can be obtained only; and the second quarter’s report Its arrival iil follow. closely; The stri iid they wou t or r weet ple tent Getuiio Vat
reaching Whitehall from inside,in return for old in ratio of just published gave the increa that of the Fifth Corp whic ; fuse i the Egyt She sid i. mé \ : fl ta rom R c nt retu Vars
both Russia and Red China. The, three two ne\ reports as ten per cent 7 ‘ established headquarter he , Ge ve ‘ unced the ; eT nee ee } ,
report Ri ch informed sources Said : Laie t — an cnr tha or pe er ‘at ae oe cae cent tn © D , nanOn +h bat ae caunttc me . tr * ne 2 = sand f s t I
¢ i een carefu 3i vi analyzed 1@\/increase for the pr u M -G ral Joh 9 y “5 1 ermi 5 wa ) : Ms :
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PAGE TWO



Canib Calling

LOVELY HEAD WEARS CROWN | those 35 people from the Western !



H's EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor ha uppointed Pro-
fessor J. S. Dash to be a member
f the Ancillary Rights Commis-
sion in the place of Mr. M. M
Greaves who, has resigned own}

to ill health
Second Meeting Ends
ELEGATES who attended the

Second Meeting of the
Regional Economic Committee

have all returned to their respec-
tive colonies with the exception

of Hon. C. A. Beaubrun of
St. Lucia. He is due to leave to-
The meeting ended on

morning,

day

Saturday

With Barclays Bank

M* JOYCE BAYNE, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bayne
of Speightstown left last night by
the Lady Rodney en route to
Canada on three months’ holiday.
Miss Bayne is on the staff of Bar-
clays Bank here.

Old Lodge Boy

R, LAURIE JOHNSON, son
of Mr. and Mrs. D,. L. John-
son of “Three Arches”, Navy Gar-
dens arrived from England on



Sunday night
by the Cottica
Laurie has been
in the U.K. for
‘the past five
years studying
engineering.

He will
spand a_ short
holiday her eé
with his parents
before leaving
for British
Suiana between
|September 10th
/ and 12th to join
the engineering
staff of Messrs
‘Sandbach

Parker and Co.,

Ltd.
LAURIE JOHNSON He will be
stationed at Diamond Plantation

Laurie is a former student of
the Lodge School and is a promis-
ing young cricketer He played
quite a bit of the game while he
was in England.

Sea Electrician

R. AND MRS. J. MARCH-
PENNY and their daughter
left last night by the Lady Rodney
for Boston. Mr. March-Penny is
the Chief Electrician on board
the Cable Ship Eleetra, which is
owned by Cable and Wireless Ltd.
Leaving by the same ship were
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wright.



THE ADVENTURES





“MISS CARIBBEAN HOTEL” is
for the canrera is lovely Elizabeth
on winning the coveted title of

Back From Long Leave

M* AND MRS, WALTER
LASHLEY of “Windermere”,
Worthing were among the passen-
gers arriving by the Cottica on
Sunday evening, after four months’

holiday in England and on the
Continent.
Mr. Lashley who was on long

leave is with Barclays Bank here.

Same Day

R. GERALD LASCELLES,

brother of Lord Harewood
and owner of Belle and Mount
Estates in Barbados celebrated his
twenty-seventh birthday the same
day that Princess Margaret was
twenty-one.

He spent the day at his job at
Ford’s motor works at Dagenham
and later in the evening gave a
small dinner party.

OF

“Miss Caribbean Hotel” during one
of the many beauty contests at Miami Beach, Florida, recently.
chief prize is a free visit to Havana

= 4
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|

|
|

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her new name. Proudly posing
Valiente as she wears the crown

Her

with all éxpenses, paid.
—Express. |
Thort Visit
M® FE. L. “Jimmy” COZIER,
Aeting Information Officer
of the Caribbean Commission
who has been here on a short visit
is due to return to Trinidud to- |

day by the Cottica.

Holiday Over

D* AND MRS. J. A. C. F.
AUER who had been holiday-
ing in Barbados since mid-July
left last night by the Lady Rodney.
Their son is Dr. W. F. Auer,
Manager of the Barbados Gulf Oil
Co,

Dr. Auer Snr., is a Professor of
Philosophy at Harvard University.

Incidental Intelligence

Y nephew is a born doctor.
Nobody can read a thing he

ern Arabia.

jkings of Catabam,

| back to 1400 B.C.

BARBADOS



Queen’s Treasure
Found In Sand

THEY came to a city in the sand,



| world of the 20th century A.D. |
| And

they marvelled. For

they
coked upon what man

created

| with his bare hands in the land
of the Queen of Sheba.

“The most wonder-
ful piece of irrigation known to us
from the world of antiquity,” said

It was the Mareb dam in South- |

Mr. Wendell Phillips, 29-year-old
leader of those 35 people. *

He said in London recently:
‘It must have made that part of

Arabia a paradise, comparable
with what we read about the
Queen of Sheba’s land in the
Bible.

“We are completely convinced
that she lived round about 950
B.C. She definitely travelled
north, probably using the camel,
and visited King Solomon.
“We hope in the next year or
so to throw a tremendous light on
the life and history of the Queen
of Sheba’s time.”

The party under Mr. Phillips,
oresident of the American Founda-
tion for the Study of Man, work-
ed for two years in Tinma, “the
city of forty temples.”

Gold Necklace b

With 800 Bedouins they seratch-
ed at 64 acres of sand and found
temples and buildings beneath
They learned the history of the
about whom
they knew nothing.

And from inseriptions they
learned that the cify was sacked
by unknown invaders round about
50 B.C. The oldest inscription went
But the city
probably stood in the time of
Abraham—2000 B.C.

Alabaster statues excavated in-

cluded a head with a solid gold

necklace round the neck.
—L.E.S.



CROSSWORD



writes.— Actress Lorraine Com-
fort,
anil, Ei. &. Across
L. Very quick retort possibiy (4)
4. Colour of an odd job? (5)



PIPA

(Copyright . P 99 . Vaz Dias int Amsterde=



~ BY THE WAY eoc5e » Beachcomber

ERE is a game for a wet day
which is also a course in
jeurnalism for intending
journalists
Fit the following headlines to
items in the news; or, write items
ot news to fit the following
headlines, But do not send the

stuff to me, as I am going away
to the mountains in a few days;

Mole Escapes On Lodger’s Back.
“I Hopped,” Says Judge, Mid-
shipman Bites Parrot In Half.
Earl’s Niece Loses Pudding, Plover
Flies Down Schoolmaster's Throat
Plumbers Seek 6-ft. Singer.
Ceilings Padded With Prawns
Snail and Buttonhook Drama.
Wife Told “I Boiled It.” Skater
Condemns Frozen Brandy, Pen-
zance Curate Rides Toothless
Horse.

A sign of Health

HOSE who were annoyed by

the silly antics of the young
English Communists in Berlio
can console themselves with the
thought that the English make
very inferior Communists, and
soon grow weary of the business,
owing to their sense of humour;
which is why their more solemn
foreign comrades despise them,
What on earth are the Russians
tc make of the English delegation
which, bored with the official
slogans, marched along singing
“On Ilkley Moor Baht ’At?”

The Hidden Rhinoceros (VL

UPPER for two was laid in the
luxurious apartment ot
Magda von Sickening. The evening
was warm, and through the open
window she could see the lights
flickering in the Danube, From the
Dunapalata the strains of a valse
floated up. Magda, in sensible
country tweeds (she knew her
man), was awaiting Edgar Tussle-
worth, the medium-pace left-hand
bowler, leader of a party of the
Friends of World Culture on a

7. She follows us to conduct. (5)

8 Boasting bird’ (4)
9. Lightweight animals. (6)
1) implement not exciusive to

Piymouth. (3)

2 Result of the extraction (7)

Little Alfred with one more is
unsccompanied, (9)

I'd sting to get them. (7)

20 Is terra water bound. (6)
Cornian arseniate of copper.
Utter. (3)

. Tool produced by sicet

Down
ang shut by apostrophes:

v)

(5)

1. Open
t(D)

4. Nothing strange nere. (5)

3. Pertaining to money. (9)

4. Porelock minus congregation, (3)





> Alternative doctor returns, (4)
6 Femaie Elia? (3)

9 Biockhead (6)

1 ays be taken from the
$ Sent in for court service ’ (6)

4. Its practice is engaging (3)

5 Outer surface, (6)

7 a pit tl unecotoured. (5)

and L. (4)














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that the saucer
does not mind being touched,
Rupert gets bolder and steps right
on to it. Still very cautious, he
goes to the middle. ‘’ This must
be the magic that Tigerlily spoke
of,” he murmurs. “* The handle

When he finds



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1 wonder if it’s comfortable.”’

saucer whizzes round as the whole
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MORROW C. Suet. Esq..
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The document is based on a cumu-
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Suet insists on a distribution of
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some of them, after a

up. Why,
have been

rain of savage blows,
known to bounce.

1 Margin of safety

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fact, an electron- micrograph of
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Where Doe

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The Shah’s summer palace, a 2,000ft.



Kenneth

1951

s The Shah

All This?
Macaulay

TEHERAN.
climb above Teheran,

has become the Piccadilly Circus of the Persian oil dispute.
Mr. Stokes has an audience with thé Shah ... The Shah sees

Dr. Mossadeg
Shah

. The Briti

sh Ambassador calls upon the

As hopes of agreement recede, the cars come and go bringing
and leaving confidences from both sides with the 32-year-old
Mohammed Reza, King of Kings, Emperor of Persia, and
host to Mr. Stokes’s five-man mission from Britain.

Where, then, does the young man stand in the sparring be-

tween his guests and his own people ?

















The enigma of the Shah dex of his rare public appearances
ens as the background 1 ule the onel of his bodyguard
filled in. always ear: a drawn pistol

For the Shah’ er w the But the ass of the Persians
famouse Reza Sh < ive sense of royalty, and
corporal who be kir for mmed Reza there is
was banished fervent ection. In return the
during the war Dé Shah presents himself as a man
for the German of peace and moderation,

But the British believe there But those who know him best
no ill-will in the Shah hea believe that if the _ internal
either for the banishimer urity of his realm were threat-
because his father died iv vile ened there would be no mistaking
in South Africa his courage, or the loyalty of the

Where the fathe: is f un to the man in the palace
and passionate the on cool and on the hill. ‘i
level-headed. —L.E.S.

Old Reza Shah was a dictator
and did not care who knew it
After centuries of national slum- Banana. Cocoanut
ber he dragged his people by the

scruffs into nation-







hood again.

The oresent Shah, who was
educated in Switzerland, believes
wholeheartedly in constitutional

monarchy.
His Fortune









A fortune reputed at £28,000,-
000 was laid down by the old
Shah. His son sper much of
his time planning how io give
away that money.

He has handed over villages in
the royal prerogative to his
former tenant and more than
£12,000,000 of that fortune }
already gone.

But the Shah does not confine
his interest to works of charity.
He does not give audier to oll
talkers out of mere politeness

He has unequivocal views that
there must be friendship with



Britain and that the
be settled,

lispute must






But it would | wrong to
believe that this quiet ruler would
order his Prime Minister to come
to terms with the British or else.

He would not do that. He has
power to dismiss the Prin
Minister. He would not do

If this disput amicabl
settled, however, there are dip-
lomats here who could disclose
the powerful part the Shah hz
played.

His Health
On those lines the Shah goverr

his own life, too. He thas no
always been happy, but he is
happy now with his lovely queer

in the palace. :

Since his appendix operation a
few weeks ago the Shah has shad
to forgo his tennis, and his hard
morning gallop.

Similarly, the Shah has_ put
away the lire-red Hurricane
fighter presented to him-—-by the
British.



He is a first-rate pilot, but thi
aireraft is dangerous fun for the
king, and after a near mishap he



promised the queen-mother never
to fly it again.

But when he goes or tat
trip he takes over the contro] of
his Flying Fortres fitted up in
royal style—-by the Americans

His Courage

Friends of the Shah are few



He cannot always tell an enem)
on sight. Z ‘

One of the Shah's uniforms is
on show in the Officers’ Club,
Teheran, There are several bul-

let-holes in it :
Now when the Shah makes one







Crops Devastated
By Jean Hurricane

From Our Own Correspondent)

; KINGSTON, August 23.
I'wo crops which suffered most



he vily as a result of the recent

Jamaiea hurricane are bananas
and co t

Jamaica's banana industry,

as moving towards its

peak production, — this

; bcen devastated by the

of Friday, August 17,



fter



bananas
vaged are shipped it
shipment of fruit to the United
Kingdom will have to be suspend-
ed_ until production comes back
Damage to bananas in the south
and south-east of the island was
100% and over—all damage in the
entire island is 95% of the indus-

now being sal-
is likely that







Coconuts also suffered heavily
from the blow. While overall
damage to coconut plantations
was not as severe as in the 1944
hurric since St. Thomas pro-
duce 1% of the island’s output,
and as damage to coconut in that
parish is estimated at 70%. copra

vill be considerably
for the next year or two

upplies
affected

Copra production in Jamaica
was expected to reach the 8,000
ton mark this year as against just

over 7,000 tons last year. This fig-



ure will not be realised and pro-
duction in 1952 is not likely to
exceed 4.000 to 5,000 tons.

In view of the fall in coconut

oi! production that will follow the
destruction of the St. Thomas
coconuts, more oil than is already





=



ners

“Goodbye m’Lady,

Move To Prevent
Victintisation Of
Labouring Classes

(From Our Own Correspondent
ST, GEORGE’S, August 23.
With a

single abstention, pas-
sage was given a motion in

the
Legislative Council on Wednesday
urging the Government to take
immediate steps to enforce com-

|pliance with the laws dealing



with the administration of funds
of local Labour Unions. Speakers
Stressed the necessity to watch

the situation as to avoid vic-
timisation of the labouring classes
by Union leaders appropriatins
the funds of Unions organised by
them. Another motion also passed
advised Government to warn
against the practice of person
making disrespectful references to
the Judiciary of the Colony. This





| was said to be calculated to con-
tinue and increase the spirit of
lawlessness preached and encour-
aged by certain Union faction
and was prejudicial to the

|
}economy and peace of the colony
|
|





being imported from Trinidad | :
under the Oils and Fats Agree- | i ick
ment will have to come from out- | Customs Office a
side areas during the remainder | ~e 4
of the current year and in 1952 if | Gives Evidence
local requirements are té be met
in Case Of Schooners
SURGEON WILL GO From Our Own Correspondent
(From Our 1 Corresponden
TO GIBRALTAR PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24,
Lights moving to and from
‘ror Nv to ondent } =
OT CHORGE’S “August 23, jshore in the pitch-darkness of
Dr. H. ’ G Page Surgeon }Maracas’ Bay on Wednesday
Specialist, Colony Hospital, has| tight .Police and Custon
accepted an appointment in| Officers peering into the darkne:

Gibraltar in a similar capacity and
expects to leave the colony early

next month. Dr, Adam Soltysik of





: from a Police launch
spotlight beams and two Venez
an schooners anchored 100 yare



the Dominica Medical Service | off shore are revealed,
whe previously acted for Dr.| This was the scene ,painted by
age here has been appointed to/@ customs officer in his evidence-
the post |in-chiet in cases against Monict
’ | Leon and Theodore Garcia,
masters of the schooners La
Providencia and Esparanto

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B.B.C. Interested In
Broadcasts In B.W.L.

—Lord Simon Says—

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24,
The British Broadcasting Cor-

{poration is deeply interested in
broadcasting in the British West
Indies and British Guiana, Lord
Ernest Darwin Simon, LL.D.,
M.1.C.E. Chairman of the B.B.C,
told reporters during his short
| visit to Trinidad. He arrived with
Lady Simon on a tour of the
Caribbean and was met by Mr.
Ken Ablack, Broadcasting Adviser
tc the Governments of the British
Caribbean,

Lord Simon said that the B.B.C.,
is against commercial broadcast-
ing and the Corporation was not
a monopoly

He added that the B.B.C., gives
ecurses in engineering to Colonials,
and many Africans have been
taking courses. Those from, the
West Indies who have visited the
B.B.C., have been given short

courses.

T’dad Has Good
Level Of Prosperity
—A. A. SHENFIELD—

From Our Own Correspondent!
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24
The prevailing high cost of
living notwithstanding, Mr. A. A.
Shenfield former Economic
Adviser to the Trinidad Govern-









ment told a special meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce tha
the Colony was enjoying a level
of prosperity for which many
other countries would be thank-
ful.
While agreeing that there \

nothing that could be done

to id what a universal



the

increase efficie

advised that
to

air

problem,
should

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VELL ELOORRL DATEL ELDAR RD eT



thanks for the tea and flowers and everything—I'll have a word with Noel-Baker

about a extra ’undredweight of coke.’

Mr. Attlee Didn’t Go 'To
Norway To Get Whales

—So Was It The Polilics,
The Food, Or What ?

By RALPH

HEWINS
OSLO.

Mr. Attlee has completed ten days’ holiday in Norway,
where h ‘
mountain in Northern Europe.

Mr. Morrison arrived at Bergen, in Norway, today to begin
a cruise above the Arctic Circle to the North Cape and see
the midnight sun.
Mr. Noel-Bake1
tion) are also due in Norway for their holidays later in the
month, ;
What has Norway to offer the

tourist

FOOD?
ucculent,

steaks

e

and
bulge over

has

Meat

sealed

(Fuel) and Mi

from Britain?

8,100

is unrationed,

plentiful.
the

Tr

1€

Side of your

plate, The country itself is shaped



Say that

+ giant lamb chop.
ILATION?

The Norse sagas

Norway was made from

a huge rock

by the
Boil ¢
pens:

Only

the

Mr. Att

nesse
hi off
hip
the onl
ments ir

been in




db

N

26



in

1
Vir

Devil,

y

people

thrown

plus

ce in E

from

radio,

POLITICS







E

was

t

power

thought

he

into

a bit
the Creator

mountain

Morrison's

Norway h
Socialist

rope.
ince

The
192¢

to

the se
of fertile

incommunicad

ilder

cruise

world except

is ¢

eut

ne ¢

a





Govern

party h

i, except
during the German Occupation,
comforting

Soci

A

minds juggling with election dates

DEFENCE?

front

Pact

Admit
being ct
wooden
fire
is next

esc

country

inan

¢

line
180 mile
Northern

«
il Sir

wiry

Norway is Britain’

The



Patrick

into

Shetla

nds

Brind, j

a ral

boarding-house
outside

pes

joor

Oslo

Many Homeless
BUILDING?

in

If

Burope

Britain,

tenth of Oslo i

it is

there
wo!
Norw

homeless,





ar€

or

y. The Atlantic

Command, under



housed

Cit

project t

A

Vv

oO

highway
in order

tate



r

monolithi

AN



In 1950, the 450,000 inhabitants
of Oslo got a town hall ten time
larger than the New York
Hall

The million-pound
build a half-mile stone
1cro 1 ten-yard brook
to make a etting for the
Gustav Vigelan

Iptures is going ahead.

tian joke is that thi







Grenada

Legislative





ground-nut.”

WAY

OF

Cour

ti



out-nuts

LIFE?



cil

ent

Nore

ure

ft. Galdhopiggen, the highest

George Tomlinson (Educa

wegians have abolished the lunch
interval, and knock off at 3 p.m
or 4 p.m.

Any time from 4 p.m, to mid-
night they eat their
meal of the day, but
taking a nap, This
floored the veterans
Africa and Normandy
Liberation,

Wine Queues

one square
not before
technique
of North
during the

THE WINES? There are only
x bars in Oslo, and they close

m 3 p.m., Friday, to 3 p.m

nda y Most of the rural dis-
tricts are dry. There are no off-
eences

Queues form at the State Wine

nopols hops between 1! a.m
nd 5 m Each shopper must
roduce “the first bottle’-—other-
ise the assistant cannot serve
im,

THE BEAUTY? Norway’
vomen are very fair and very ir
pendent, They often disdain a
edding ring, and _ incorporate

their maiden name in their married
rathé,

In the 150-strong
there are a& woman Cabinet
Minister and cight women M.P.s
and on Oslo’s Town Council there
0 women,

Ski-jumping

~akliament

THE SPORT? Oelo j pendin
5,000,000 promoting the
February 1952 Winter Olympic

Nerwegians pioneered
intastie of all popular
mping.

At, the famou Holmenkollen
np, outside Oslo, the competite
oots down a 130ft. slide from

that most
sports, ski-

ver, Sails about 250ft, through
the air, and lands at 45 miles an
hour.

This sort of thing may attract
that old Olympic half-miler, Noel-

Baker.

THE LANGUAGE?

There ar

seven different official forms of
be eorrect Anyway, most Nor
Norwegian spelling, so it’s easy to

egians speak English.



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Jean Legislators
Paid On New
Salary Scale

From Our

Own Correspondent
KINGSTON, August 23.
The new salary scale set re-
cently f Jamaica legislators
provides a salary of $10,000 per
mmnum, with travelling and sub-
sistence all inet amounting to
$6,000 per annum for the Leader
of the elected members, at present
the Hon. W. A. Bustamante
The four other Ministers will
now receive $7,500 per annum
salary with imilar allowances,
while the vo nominated members
of Executive Council will now
reeeive $4,500 per annum each as

salary with allowances for travel-

ling and subsistence averaging
£5,000 per annum each

The Speaker of the House of
Fepresentatives will now receive

salary of $6,500 per annum with

llowances amounting to $3,000
per annum, while the Leader of
the Opposition, at present Mr
NW, W. Manley, K.C., will receive
a salary of $5,000 in addition to
ubsistence id travelling allow-
anees Other member of the
House have had their salaries set
at $4,250 per annurn with travel-
ling and subsistence allowances

ranging from $500 per annum for
urban member to $2,500 per
annum for rural members

The President of the Legislative



Council i till being paid the
original salary for the post in
1944, that of $3,000 per annum
Other members of the Legislative
Council net paid but receive
travelling allowances and subsis-
tence allowances ranging from
0 to $2,500 per annun



Vean Govt. Votes
“15,000 For Scouts

Di |
From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, August 23,
The Jamaica Government has
ted $15,000 CW.1.) for assistance
tc the Jamaica Boy Scouts
Association in connection with the

proposed Caribbean Jamboree tt



be held in Jamaica from March 5,
to 17, next year.

First of its kind in the Caribbean
ea the Jamboree vill cost
$20,000 but the Jamaica. |

out yssociation inticipates
raisir the dditional $5,000 by
| 1 it i

G i i ilso issuing
ecial postage stamp series to
mark the oceasion and the net

ceed of the issue ill be
conated to the \ oclation

THE ODDITIES? Catching
whale ind making heavy water
vr atom bomt hardiy count a
tourist attracticqns for Rritain-—but
they go on in Norw

Or could the attraction be a
imple matter of £ d.? The
£1 is still worth £1 in Norway

L.E.S.



Council Records Strong
Protest Against ‘I'rinidad Govt.

—for Deporting Fellow W. Indians—

pondent

YS, Aug

23.

recorded

+

yesterday
ist the Trinidad Government’s

recent action in deporting a num
»er of Grenadians and other West

Indians in an effort to cope with

cost of living problems facing that
land.

This protest came in course of
debate on otion by Hon. T. A
Marrs C.B.I who urged
that t ttention of the Secret
of State e Colon ve eta
to the atte 0 th rv Irie

n tay the hands of

ho could thereby « embitte
West Ind relation

hope for €



Obliteration



the rules

campaign wi
vould decide w
ere British subjects
shelter and protection,

unde hich
launched as that
hether not the
entitled
His
and fellow West
d been treated in the
nee the days of sia
also demanded the

the

or
to
¢oun-
Indian:

worst

trymen



jrer



!
1¢

immediate 1










turn of Grenadians to Trinidad
who i heen affected by the order
but re long resident there
‘ pensation for material Ie
ined and apologic for the
the ufferec Last word in
the matter if nece hould
aid by the Pris Council
Gren iv ‘i by
€ e) iY ik I eul
! ! in Trir pt
tha land’ econor
r irge ea re The
I ed to colonise Trini
t t If the
‘ ( t failer '
kir Ww t ‘ ri
nned t t T i
f connect tate

on and understanding

of all, certain

it of rea

Worst







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Proper application of PAN-STIK Make-Up i

Miss Maria Luisa Huarte, talented make-up artist now conducting the
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leader lad ought to make
Federation and Fascism bedfel-
lo
Governor's Graveyard
I am sorry for Sir Hubert
Rance,” he concluded. “Trinidad |
the graveyard of good Gov-
ernor theretore & good one like
Si; Hubert should get to know
somehow that, no matter the tall
t out Dernocracy and the lip-
er paid to Federation, there
alway the possibility of a
a n cemetery in the breasts of
é for eventual entomb-
t fh est effort
Hi I h O. William econd-
ng the tion 1id he had hadi the
rivile f being in Trinidad a
( o and had the satisfac
Or h-r persons
ther r ¢ the ou actior
tea lee ; G ment
He P t easor
Y tion w
that r ation
id r i ed rerou
( id

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at 9.30 a.m, and 1.30 p.m.

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~

PROTEST MARCH

IT is good to find that saner counsels
prevailed and that the protest march
staged by the Barbados Workers’ Union on
Saturday started at a time which did little
or no harm to business in the City. If the
value of the march is estimated from the
purely political point of view then it might
have been a cordial for drooping party
spirits but even as a partially effective
check on the conduct of the Government
of South Africa it was, to say the least,
ineffectual.

It had been pointed out in this news-
paper, and was the general concensus of
opinion, that Barbados had gone as far as
it could when the House of Assembly, our
elected representative legislative body,
had passed a resolution of protest against
the maltreatment of coloured people in the
Union of South Africa and especially
against the death of Milton King a Barba-
dian seaman who had been killed by a
South African Policeman.

wo

The protest march did nothing but at-
tempt to organise a show for the Barbados
Workers’ Union and the Barbados Progres-
sive League and the Barbados Labour Par-
ty in the eyes of prospective voters now
being put on the electoral roll because of
adult suffrage.

The march had nothing to recommend it.
It did not and could not underline the pro-
test in the House neither did the presence
of 10,000 Barbadians instil any fear into
anybody and especially South Africans,
thousands of miles away.

It was also a pleasure to learn that the
alleged threat by waterfront workers not
to handle cargoes of South African goods
was merely a rumour because next day
when a ship arrived with South African
goods it was unloaded without friction.

The position becomes more intricate
now. The workers claim that they will re-
fuse to handle cargoes of South African
goods “when they have told the merchants
not to order them.” This means that at
some particular stage the waterfront work-
ers of Barbados will tell the merchants not
to order South African goods and if they
do, these cargoes will not be handled,

) It might serve to inflate the ego of some
people to believe that the boycott of South
African goods in Barbados would tend to
ruin trade and commerce in the Union; but
an examination of the facts will show that
the quantity of South African goods for
the Barbadian market is just that quantity
which establishes the claim of trading
within the Empire.

coe ae corre

The real issue, however, lies in the right
of the merchant to conduct his business as
best suits him to cater to the demands of
the market. That is why the Government
reserves the right to issue licenses for the
import of goods and to say when the peo-
ple of this island shall trade with others
with whom the Empire is or has been at
war. That.is still the peculiar province of
the Gevernment and the Government
alone. And the Barbados Workers’ Union
is not yet the Government of Barbados de-
spite the most unhappy and undesirable
fact that high ranking officials in the Union
have been allowed to be members of the
Governor-in-Executive Committee without
first resigning their official posts in the
Union,

Another consideration which might have
dictated this usurping order is if goods
were being ordered from non-sterling areas
where the pound is at a disadvantage and
would have cost the consumer more. But
South Africa, despite her deprecatory
treatment of minorities is still within the

Empire.
It is not strange that this should have
‘ been raised during the “pep talk” speeches

on Saturday . afternoon. The Barbados
Workers’ Union had staged a march which
had no real merit and which. did
carry the protest any farther; and some of
the speakers must have realised this and
so sought to arrogate to themselves an
imaginary power which would punish the
Barbadian merchant and penalise the Bar-
badian consumer without affecting in the
least, the South African exporter.

not

It must be considered that the cost of
goods is a factor which dictates the action
of the consuming public and if South Afri-
can goods bought within the sterling area
will cost less and so reduce the
living as against goods bought in the dol-
lar area, then, it is in the interest of the
Barbadian consumer to buy them.

The threat the unionists to demand
the cessation of imports of South African
goods more the
march on Saturday and if it is carried into
execution will be fraught with grave diffi

cost of

of

is even futile than

culty. The issues involved are many; and
basically, it cuts across the right of the
citizen to conduct his busine eer
best to him. This is the last thing which
1 democratic body such as the Trade U





THE news of
& special urcha
jton ¢ cargo handled in the

tion of

of 10/- pe







jof Barbado. highlights a ratte
jthat has been of increasing con-
;cern to all who have the best in-
jterests of the island at heart, It
jnaturally causes thoughtful peo-
j}ple to wonder what may be the

}eventual outcome of
in the’ short-sighted
slow-down
| The idea of deliberate
down not a new one by
means. It was very much in vogue
| with some of the trade unions in
| Britain over 50 years ago, and is
| undoubtedly one of the causes con-
|tributing to the economic troubles
of that country to-day, When I
| started my travels about the world
in 1910 I found that the plan was
{not confined to Britain, and I re-
member being impressed by the
jfact that ships were fully loaded
or discharged in some ports in 4
jor 5 days, as against 15 days or
more in other places, using simi-
lar methods and equipment
The port of Antwerp
seriously affected by a union rule
that limited the cargo handled
\for any ship to an arbitrary totai
of 600 tons per day, and none at
}all during long week-ends
jnumerous holidays. The result was
| that much trade was being divert-

persistence
policy of

slow-

1s any

was



| €d to competing ports such as Am»
| sterdam and Hamburg, to the
jdetriment of the citizens of Ant-
j}werp and the whole country of
| Belguim

| In 1949 and ‘41 my Naval duties

|took me to San Fri incisco, which
jhas a truly magnificent natural
| deep-water harbour, There I saw
miles of modern concrete jetties
jequipped -with costly gear, and
jmost of the berths were empty
jand idle, When I asked the reason,
1 was told that the unions of the
| port had so bedevilled shipping
|by persistence in uneconomic

}demands and slow-down tactics,
jthat much of the trade was going
| 400 South of San Pedro.

miles

Pierre
448

By

| MOULIN ROUGE.
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|la Mure, Collins.
| pages,

HENRI TOULOUSE-LAUTREC,
the subject of this novel, kvas an
aristocrat by birth, a dwarf by ac-
cident, and an artist by innate
genius.

His remote ancestor, Raymond
of Toulouse, one of the leaders ef
the First Crusade, helped to wrest

the Holy City from the infidel.
Henri captured Montmartre, and
was quite content that the infidels

should remain within that not-so-
holy city.

Henri’s father, Comte Alphonse
de Toulouse-Lautrec, was an ex-
cavalry officer who spent a great
part of his life in a tent opposite
the cathedral at Albi. This dwel-
ling he shared with dogs and
falcons.

On one oceasion, he rode in the
Bois de Boulogne on a mare on
which he had put a Kirghiz saddle,
He paused in the course of his
ride to milk the mare and dripk
the milk.

At the age of 13, Henri, the
json of this extravagant person-
j ality, broke first one leg and then
}the other. After that, neither leg
| grew. Henri became a man who

had a body of normal size but legs
which dangled for a few inches
from the seats of chairs. In par-
| ticular, they dangled from a seat
which was reserved for him every





fevening at the Moulin Rouge in
| Paris

| *

| Henri, who had discovered in
| himself a passion for drawing,
|was fascinated by the dancing

places, wrestling booths, cabarets
and maisons closes which beckoned
to the stroller through the night-
time streets of Paris. He became
their habitue and their court
{ painter: He immortalised such
extraordinary apparitions of
Montmartre as-

Valentin the Boneless a well-
to-do bachelor who looked like
a corpse and danced like a demon,
j and
}







La Goulue (the glutton), so
called. because she went = the
round of the tables at the Moulin
Rouge emptying all the glasses

{She had been a laundress, be-

dancer of the can-
a lion-tamer.

} came a famou
| can: finished as



| countless other notorieties of the

|
|

| The little gnonge put these end
| garish Paris the nineties down

of

}on paper; he caught the sinister
atmosphere cf the city and im-

{mortalised it with an incompar-
ible economy, of line.

He. also acquired a_ taste for
| spirits. When he invited his
| friends to dine off a Kangaroo
}steak (roast, lamb te which an

joxtail had been attached) he was

jcareful to put goldfish into the
water carafes so. that mobody
) should be tempted to drink from
| them.
z me

In his early thirties he was
such a drunkard that a_ police
j officer was deputed to accom-

A







port,

and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Delay To Ships

By RB. E. SMYTHIES

Later on I found in San Pedro a

harbour that was entirely artifi-
cial being formed by a great con-
erete breakwater, inside which
the jetties were humming with
activity

Many such examples could be
found among the ports of the
seven seas, but the moral is al-
ways the same, that there is really

re such thing as a monopoly in
this business if it com@s to the
point. There is always an alterna-
tive open to the ships which they
will take if pressed hard enougch.
It is possible to visualise a stale
of affairs in which ships would
not come to Barbados but would
dump cargo ashore in some other
port, to be fetched thence by
schooner or any means we could
devise, with all the added costs
and vexatious delays involved, It
may not be the deliberate in-
tention to sabotage the economy
of the island but it could be the
result, and it is results that count

The construction of a modern
harbour here would not neces-
sarily solve the problem. Ten
years ago San Francisco was an
example of one of the finest har-
beurs in the world partly crip-
pled by restrictive practices of
the trade unions, A sea-port is
like any other competitive busi-
ness in that it must modernise or
find itself handicapped, but a
dispassionate view might hold
that the present state of affairs
in Barbados would make a cost-
ly project financially hazardous.

| have no exact or up-to-date
figures on the cost of operating
hips, but I think vessels of the
type coming here may run from
$5,000 to $10,000 per day accord-
ing to size, and this goes on wheth-
er at sea or in port, and whether
cargo is being worked or not.
Therefore we cannot be surprised

at the special charge of 10/- a
ton on goods handled here, as



By GEORGE MALCOLM
THOMSON



TOULOUSE-LAUTREC,

pany him éverywhere,
Lautree imagined that a_ local
volice commissaire had taken a
liking for his conversation,

Toulouse-

Finally, his friends wrote to
his father suggesting that he
should look after him. Comte
Alphonse replied calmly: “Send
the boy to England. There
drunkenness passes unnoticed
since all the nobility are

drunkards.

His friends, however, sent the
artist to a lunatic asylum from
which he emerged to die a little
later (1961) in one of the family
mansions.

His father turned up at the
death-bed in great fettle, an-
nouncing that, owing to his corns
he would follow the hearse on
horseback. Told this would be
impossible he replied. “Very well
I'll go baredgoot.”

Even eleven years later the
old comte had not lost his spirit.
Learning that a_ biogr raphy of
his son (by then world-famous)
was being written, he challenged
the author to a duel. As a noble
man he claimed the right to fight
with a lance, standing in a little
trench because of his corns. The
author a mere serf, would be
allowed to defend himself accord-
ing “ee laws of chivalry, with
a_ stic

Of the comic side of the
Toulouse-Lautree family, readers
of Moulin Rouge will glean little
or nothing. They may even
decide that Henri was a pompous











there is no sound reason why the
people of Trinidad or St. Lucia
should be penalised for the mis-
taken policies of trade unions in
Barbados.

Whatever the advocates otf
slow-down may think to gain by
their plan is a mere fraction of
the extra cost to the ships of a
longer stay in the port, and no
doubt some shipowners are be-
ginning to regard this fair island
as a financial plague-spot.

I should like to make it clear
that I am in favour of the legiti-
mate aspirations of labour for «
better standard of living, and fee
in that respect I can stand on
my record as an employer in
Canada, In the industrial plam
for which I was responsible for
over 20 years we had no labour
trouble, and in fact had no union,
though that was because the em-
ployees did not want one, They
were convinced that they had
nothing to gain from a union, but
might have much to lose if they
found themselves somehow to be
members of a union with the
wrong kind of leadership, such a
many unions have to-day i
various countries,

By the wrong «ind of leader-
ship I mean that of men who per-
sist in pursuing policies that
ignore the basie facts of econo-
mics. One of these facts is that
no man or group within a com-
munity can make the laws of
supply and demand and compe-
tition work in reverse for thei:
special benefit, They may try and
may think they are succeeding
for a time, but sooner or late:
and probably sooner, their effort:
bring retribution in the form o!
disaster to the whole communit;
including those primarily respon-
sible. It is hoped that whoever is
responsible in this case will be
warned in time, because this tax
of 10/- per ton looks like the
writing on the wall for Barbado
depending on ships so complete};
is we do.



‘THE SURPRISING DWARF

ass capable of saying ‘By the
beard of St. Joseph, Maurice, d¢
you know who I am? I am,
Comte de Toulouse!”

There are compensating glimpses

of artistic celebrities. Van Gogh
it seems, had a mad laugh
Gauguin “Poor Paul! He is one

of those people who can’t adjust
themselves to life.”

“If you see Degas, give him
my regards. We don’t see each
other any more since that miser-
able Dreyfus affair.”

Every now and then, the
author risks a blood-vessel writ-
ing like this: “With a sudden jerk
he pulled her to him clamped his
mouth over hers like a bleeding-
cup. Time ceased to exist. As in
a fulgurant dream etc., etc.”

Those for whom time has not
ceased to exist might care to

spend 10 minutes looking at a
Toulouse-Lautree drawing. They

will tind more fulgurant dream
in it than in the strenuous pages
cf Moulin Rouge.

OUT OF THIS WORLD. By
Lowell Thomas, MacDonald. 18s.
238 pages.

If you are going to Tibet, as
the Lowell Thomases did, you
tre adviséd to take a few bottles
of Scotch and the best Jamaica
rum, Tibetan nobles have a
weakness for both.

Should you decide not to visit
Lhasa Out of this World is
almost a substitute. The Lowell
Thomases on the journey of
which this is an account, were
received by the Dalai Lama in
his palace the Potala, which also
houses treasuries, to meet the
expenses of war and emergency.
Everything from gold and jewels
to butter and tea is stored in the
cellars. Yak butter will keep in
the Tibetan climate for a century,

Just outside the Potala is a
granite shaft, the top of which
broke off not long before the

Lowell Thomases saw it. Devout
Tibetans regard this as the ex-

planation of the Communists
advance in Asia.,

* THE ENCOUNTER. By
Crawford Power, Eyre and Spot-
tiswoode. 12s. 6d. 279 pages.

A novel of gloomy strength with
an austere unlovable priest as its
central figure and his absorption
in moral problems as its main
theme. A new talent in fiction!
that commands respect.

“THE SKY IS A LONELY
PLACE. By Louis Falstein.
Kupert Hart-Davis, 10s. 6d. 269
pages. An American bomber

cperating from Italy during the



its crew of ten; their 50
missions; their fears, sufferings
and casualties. Fine writings;

bitterness; soldiers’ language.

* THE DAUGHTER OF TIME.
By Josephine Tey. Peter Davies.
9s. 6d. 222 pages. In the thin
disguise of a detective story, this
novel tries to solve the historical
problem: Who did kill the
Princes in the Tower?

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

—L.E.S.

eis e |
I See It From London




RESTRICTION ON WORLD
PRODUCTION ?

SUGAR

Plans Take Shape For Empire
Conference



LONDON, Aug. 17,

During the next couple of months two im-
portant sugar meetings are scheduled to take
place in London. The first will be between
British Empire Producers and _representa-|
tives of the Government. The second will be}
a meeting of sugar growers of the world.

‘

When the men of the Empire get together,
sometime in late September or early October,
they will decide upon the final draft of the
Commonwealth sugar agreement, under the

terms of which they will sell certain quanti-| :
ties of sugar to Britain for the period of five |
years after 1953. How much sugar and in|

what circumstances has yet to be finally de- |
cided.

For this meeting it is expected that dele-
gates will attend from the West Indies, |
Mauritius and Australia. East Africa and |
Fiji are likely to be represented through the
Colonial Office.

Other subjects they will discuss include

the price to be paid by the British Govern-|

ment to the growers for the 1952 sugar crop

and the recent decision of the Government to |

give a guarantee for all Commonwealth ex-
ports up to 2,375,000 for the year 1953.

The meeting of the International Sugar
Council, which is provisionally scheduled
for the end of October, shortly after the
Empire sugar meeting, will, naturally, have
somewhat wider repercussions. There has
been no new International Agreement on

‘sugar since before the war and one of the

questions which will have to be decided is
whether or not to call upon the countries of
the Council to restrict production.

During the war, and since, the supplies of
sugar inthe world were not sufficient to
meet with the demand. It was thought that
an easing and possible reversal of the posi-
tion might have occurred last year for the
first time since 1938. But the outbreak of
the Korean war precluded any such possibil-
ity.

With the commencement of hostilities in
Korea there came a world-wide stockpiling
of sugar, particularly in the United States.
And this stockpiling, together with that car-
ried out by individuals, quickly swallowed
up the anticipated surplus.

This year the position has been much the
same. The possibilities of a world surplus
have been reduced by the continuation of
hostilities in Korea and a perceptible in-
creasing of international tension, Increased
production has met with increased consump-
tion and surpluses are negligible.

Next year however there are indications
that the picture will be different. Surpluses
of anything up to a million and a half tons
of sugar have been anticipated and various
estimates have put the production of sugar
for the current twelve months at between
34m and 35m—an increase of more than three
million on last year.

The International Sugar Council are
anxious that the price of sugar should re-
main fairly constant, at a price to be agreed
upon between the various members. The re-
cent fluctuations caused by the situation in
Korea are not favoured by the Council and
it would be considered a step in the right

direction to tie world production figures to|
world demand.

Rather than cause production to drop, the
International Sugar Council is anxious to see
the demand increased but obviously there |
must be a limit to which consumption can be
raised in a given time. It will be for the
International Council to decide if that limit
has been reached and if

the market, causing, among other things,
prices to drop to unhealthy levels.

|
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By E. B. TIMOTHY London. His library of Arabic have been together a great deal | Ww
sl : om goal an English books had been during recent months. Now Billy | fater Polo
us is the great holiday month flown to him from Baghdad, and has been inv. | : i
in Britain, Hundreds of thous- aq neighbour has lent te a fies with the or ans a oan Te She Sahoo, the AaonCats
ands lie on the beaches surround- te ride, But he never rides out moral. England wonders wheth- | sera The letter in your issue
ing this green island, hoping for of sight of his own bodyguard er this means that Margaret is | itknags ay ne ee selection of a
the sun to shine just long enough and Scotland Yard detectives. presenting her boy friend for is . aa - ine Water Polo team
to make them forget the troubles Royal approval or rejection. facts it | eeatgenent We the
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But much of) the) time—in here is much romantic specu- Festival Souvenir | that Paul Foster i is ideally suited
fact, moat of the time—it rains, Jation about King George’s The Festival of Britain con- | for the post of Manager, psycho-
rhe. British ‘climate is undoubt- younger daughter, Princess Mar- tinues on its glittering, glamour- logically “and because ‘of past
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vmpire came | into being. The birthday on the 2ist of this thousands’ of foreign visitors. No 5 > i
legendary “Empire Builders” month. During the past three everything, noweret, goes rite eae es ra le cs
went all over the world, creat- years, vivacious Margaret—the out a hitch. At the Festival aeaoshe ace nae
Ing “the Empire on which the most beautiful girl Britain’s Pleasure Gardens, shopkeepers Weatherhe: ad sanmrina ner” thou mt
in né sets,” in order to get Royal Family has produced in worry about what is, in law, a he was a beter esikenier Stain
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n y ever rise number of eligible ‘boy friends.’ strict laws governing Sunday | Maybe they did get the -better
Her present boy friend is a Observance in England, only Fes- | Goalie but ;
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1951



St. Thomas Vestry Scholars May Attend Pri

Churchwarden

Asked About

Money Distribution

ST. THOMAS VESTRY will

enquire whether it would be in

order to grant Vestry Scholarships to the Modern High

Sehool or Rudder's Second.
fallen back on these schools i

ary School. The Vestry have
n place of Government Schools

after they were informed by the headmistress of St. Mich-
ael’s Girls’ School that none out of 11 St. Thomas scholar-
ship applicants passed the entrance examination.

The parish had two vacancies
for girls to fill in a Secondary
School, but the 11 applicants got

percentages of marks ranging
from 0 to 34. When they were
informed that none of the ap-

plicants were eligible to enter St.
Michael's Girls’ School at preseni,
the Vestry wrote the Director of
Education asking him to enquire
into the - iatter.

The reply of the Acting Director
of Education was that he had been
supplied with copies of the ques-
tions set and considered them to
be reasonable tests. There were
in three grades 9—10, 10—J1, and
11—12 age groups.

“I have no hesitation in say-
ing,” he wrote, “that no child who
could not obtain at least 50 per
cent. in each paper is worthy of
an exhibition.”

To judge from the marks obtain-
ed by candidates which ranged
from 0 to 34, he would say that
none of them were of exhibition
standard.

A SUGGESTION

The headmistress had informed
him of her suggestion to the
Vestry that the exhibitions should
be awarded to pupils already in
the school who might be in need
of financial assistance. He would
recommend that suggestion for
the favourable consideration of the
Vestry.

He wanted to know the schools
from which the various candidates
were sent up as it would assist
the Department in discovering a
weakness they had not so far dis-
covered,

“The Director of Education has
assured us,” Mr. K. S. Sandiford
said, “that the work was in his
opinion within the ability of
children of the ages of those who
were sent, It is very remarkable
that with such easy papers none
should pass the eligible qualifica-
tion.”

He had discussed the matter
with some headteachers of Holy
Innocents and St. Thomas Church
Girls’ School and they said they
are at a loss to understand why
two particular children should fail.

“It would appear,” he said,
“that ther is either wholesale
ignorance in this parish, or the
work was above the standard of
the children.”

He would make a motion that
the Vestry authorise the applicants
to make application at the Modern
High School which was a school
approved by the Department of
Education, There was no necessity
for it to be a Government School.
Under the law at present, any
school would be allowed to sit the
School Certificate or General
Certificate of Education, provided
it was a registered school and the
Modern and Rudder’s were reg-
istered.

Mr. V. E. Reeves seconded Mr.
Sandiford’s motion,

The Clerk will be legally ad-

vised in connection with the
matter.
When that was settled, Mr.

Collins suggested that the Vestry
should not be too hasty in de-
ciding to tell the Department of
Education the elementary schools.
Mr. Sandiford, however, stress-
ed that the Director of Education
should be told the schools. “We
are not seeking to make trouble,”
he said, “but it must be done.”

“GLENDALE”
Repairs to “Glendale”, Paro-

chial Medical Officer’s Residence,
will begin on September 1 and
during the two months that it is
expected repairs will be going on,
a house will be rented in St. James
at $55 a month for the Parochial
Medical Officer.

The major part of the repairs
will be done to the roof and the
Vestry have voted a reimburse-
ment of $100 to Dr. C. C. Clarke,
the Parochial Medical Officer, for
the removal of his furniture while
the building is being repaired.

The Churchwarden told the
Vestry that a suitable house was
not available in St. Thomas, but in

St. James where there was one,
the Parochial Medical Officer
would still be at a convenient
place to be reached. ‘

Mr. Reeves and Mr. Collins
said that $55 was too “hot” a
figure.

The Churchwarden said that

$55 a month could not afford a
mansion house. The house would
searcely be wanted for more than
two months in any case, he said,
because Mr. Jordan the contrac-
tor had assured him that if he
started the repairs on September
1, he would be finished within
two months.

FURNITURE

When it came to > p eedanal
of giving money for the remova
of the furniture, Mr. J. C. Thorne
said that he _ believed there
should be space in a lower part
of the house to put up the furni-
ture.

Mr. Collins said that if they
put the furniture in the cellar,
they would be responsible if any-
thing happened to them, but if
they gaye the money for the re-
moval, the responsibility would
not be placed upon them.

Mr. Sandiford said that the
roof had to be taken off and if
rain continued to fall as it had
been falling during the past
weeks, water would go through
the floor. He could not imagine
the house being repaired and the
furniture remaining in it.

Mr. Collins put the figure
removing the furniture
and Mr. Sandiford $100.
hearing Mr. A. E, Cave
figures for removals
furniture, decided
$100

for
$40,
After
quoting
of
on

to





previous

the Vestry

FLOOD FUNDS



Vestry
Mr

‘
to

Reeves that he ask members of
the Government to set up a Com-
mission of Enquiry if he wanted
to find out certain things which
were done during his (Mr. Sandi-
ford’s) term of office as Church-
warden,

The suggestion was in answer
to Mr, Reeves’ questions which
read :

Is it a fact that a rented house
owned by Miss Eustace of Rock
Hall was repaired out of Flood
Victims’ funds granted by Gov-
ernment?

If the answer is yes, would the
Churehwarden say why?

Is it a fact that one Effie
Hewitt’s name was on the list for
an amount of money of the
Flood Victim’s Fund granted by
the Government for repairs to
her home?

If the answer is yes, what be-
came of the sum of money?

These questions were asked in
February:

Mr. Sandiford said that that
item had been postponed time
and again because no reporter
was present.

“I want Mr. Reeves to know”,
he said, “that I have absolutely
no intention of answering any
query from him about money
handed to me in my capacity
as Churchwarden.

“IT am willing to treat Ves-
trymen with certain courtesy,
~ I do not intend answering
this.

“If the Colonial Secretary
send me communication, I will
reply to it. I suggest Mr. Reeves
ask members of the Govern-
ment to set up a Commission, of
Enquiry.”

Mr. Reeves said that his chief
reason for bringing the matter to
the Vestry was because he shad

known Effie Hewitt for over 26
years and he knew she never
owned a house, yet her name

had been handed in as one for
a grant.

Mr. Reeves went on to tell the
Vestry how he had interviewed
Effie Hewitt concerning her get-

ting of the money.

Mr. Sandiford said; “I would
hate to pull men like you (the
Chairman) and Mr. Pilgrim (the
Clerk) in to the Court, but I am
not going to sit here and let Mr.
Reeves blackmail me as he likes.”

At this stage Mr. Sandiford left
the meeting and returned shortly
afterwards when the subject was
finished being discussed.

PLAYING FIELDS

The Vestry
Sandiford, Mr.
D. L. Gill

appointed Mr.
Reeves and Mr.
as a Playing Field
Committee to consider a_ letter
from Government concerning
Playing Fields. é

In the letter is stated that pri-
vate land selected for playing
fields would be acquired by
Government from the Labour
Welfare Fund and leased at a
peppercorn rental of 24 cents per
annum,

The Vestry had already
appointed a Playing Field Com-
mittee to enquire about suitable
sites, but the money they would
have been granted would have
been insufficient to buy the land.



Potatoes Come
From Africa

Three steamships brought’ a
total of 4,380 crates of potatoes
from South Africa and Amster-
dam between Sunday and yes-
terday.

The S.S. Betwa arrived Sun-
day morning with 1,200 crates
from Cape Town, the Dutch S.S.
Cottica a few hours later with
2,560 crates from Amsterdam
and the Dutch S.S. Hera called
yesterday with another 620 crates
from Amsterdam.

Apart from short periods when
intermittent showers held up
shipping, a busy day was spent
in the harbour yesterday. Seven
ships all at work were lying in
Carlisle Bay.

Few lighters were idle, launch-
es were to and fro and boatmen
were getting jobs ag two pas-
senger ships were in port.

Most of the cargo that was
brought ashore from these ships
was discharged at the Upper
Wharf—Pier Head side and the
inner basin of the Careenage.

The inner basin was again con-
gested with lumber. It was the
busiest section of the waterfront.
The schooner Rosarene which was
discharging firewood and charcoal
at her berth opposite Messrs S. P.
Musson, Son & Co., Ltd., attracted
a crowd to the waterfront. The
crowd was for the most part in
search of charcoal which is still
in short supply in the island.

Grenada’s Leg. Co.
Will Be Dissolved
—ON SEPTEMBER 3rd—

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, August 23,

Grenada’s present Legislative
Council will be dissolved on Sep-
tember 3. Two days later a Writ
of Election will be issued and
Nomination Day will be Septem-
per 21, with Polling Day on
October 10.

This was announced
House yesterday by His Honour
the Administrator, Mr. Wallace
MacMillan, who presided over
the Council for the first time.

His Honour was welcomed
earlier by Hon. T. A. Marryshow
in the absence of Hon, J. F. Flem-
ing, Senior Elected Member, who
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Old battlements were built



Pavilion

Erected At

Mr. Graham Riley h
a Pavilion at the Co
This award was made after

meeting yesterday afternoon, a

tender.

Mr. Riley’s tender for $10,300,
was the lowest of four, Other
tenders were from Messrs. Barnes
& Co, Ltd. for $11,500, Mr.
G, S. W. Ross, $11,600 and Mr.
Egbert McClean for $12,725.

The Vestry decided to submit
to Government the cost of the
building and the plans for the
approval of the Colonial Engin-
eer. After his approval the mat-

ter will be referred back to the
Social Welfare Committee and
Mr. Riley will get ahead with

erecting the Pavilion.
The building for the
the Rainbow Hotel,
removed to the
Centre. Already the Rainbow
Hotel is making money which
will help to run the Community

pavilion,
will be
Community

Centre. This money is_ being
banked by the Social Welfare
Committee.

Vestry Exhibition

The Vestry received two appli-

cations for the vacant Vestry
Exhibition at St. Michael’s Girls’
School.

On the motion of Mr. H. A
Carter, seconded by Mr. R. A.

Lee, the exhibition was awarded
to Sylvester Leach, daughter of
Martha Leach, of Spa Hill,
St. Joseph. Sylvester Leach
already a pupil of St. Michael's
Girls’ School and her work is
described as fair. She is younger
than the other applicant.
Arising out of the Minutes
Rev. L. C. Mallalieu, Chairman
said that the new burial ground
was consecrated by the Lord
Bishop on August 16 in the pres-

is

ence of several members of the
Vestry.
The Auditor’s Statement of the

Dispensary Accounts for the year

1950—51 were accepted by the
Vestry and members also con-
sidered ‘allowing the Parochial

Treasurer a cost of living bonus.

On the matter of cost of living
bonus, it was decided that the
amounts of salaries, plus bonus
for all the clerkships and recom-
mendations from the _ several
subsidiary boards be submitted to
the Vestry at its next meeting.

tender for a loan of £300 to

complete the St. Ann’. Church
guard wall was awarded to Rev
L. C. Mallalieu, tne only person

from whom a tender was received.

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Bathsheba

the St. Joseph Vestry, at their
pproved the sureties for the

usually done, decided to give Dr
Johnson the month of Septembe:
for his vacation. In his absenes
repairs will be carried out to his
home.

Members present were Rev. L. C. Mal-
leheu, Chairman, Mr. J. A. Haynes,
M.C.P., Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P., Mr
H. A. Carter, Mr. L. L. Gill, Mr. A. P
Cox, Mr. G. R. Hutson, Mr. R, A. Lee,
Mr. W. R. Coward and Mr. A. T. King,
Clerk of the Vestry,



25 LB. PUMPKIN!

MABEL LLOYD of Rogers
Road, Government Hill, pick
ed a 7-weeks-old garden pump
kin yesterday weighing
pounds. The pumpkin was
two feet long and measured 2
feet, 1 in. around its biggest
part.

Or
25

The Department of Science
and Agriculture told the
“Advocate” that many pump-
kins that size are not found
in Barbados.



Two Months For
Stealing Shoes

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

day sentenced 30 - year - old
labourer Joseph Williams of n&
tixed place of abode to two
months’ imprisonment with hard

labour for the unlawful possession
of a pair of shoes,

The offence was committed on

August 19. Williams was arrested
on Conchs Alley with the shoes.

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INSIST ON

The castle in Herts. Behind
the “aged stone” a tubular
steel skeleton. Old battlements
were built out of rocks that
bounce.-L.E.S.

Castle Will



rr ; .
as been awarded the tender for erecting End In Blaze

mmunity Centre, Bathsheba, St. Joseph.

Torquilstone Castle has been
built for the film of Scott’s Invan-
hoe and by the end of next month
when the “shooting” is finished it
will have cost about £30,000

The fake is so clever that many
vistors have asked if they can
view the castle and whether
guides are available. *“We could
not find a real castle that was
suitable so we decided to build
cur own,” said Mr, Paul Mills, of
Eistree Film Studios, to-day.

‘Rocks’ Bounce

The castle took six months to
build, and had to be weathered
for another six months before it
looked genuine

From the front it is hard to be-
lieve that the high grey wails
have not been standing for cen-
turies, but, once across the draw-
bridge, over the 12ft. moat, the
illusion is gone

The paving stones and cobbles,
apparertly worn smooth with age,
ring hollowly beneath your fee‘
But if you climb the 55ft. towers
you can pick up one of the large
rocks on the battlements If
you drop it on your toe it bounces
lightly off.

Torquilstone Castle is made of
tubular steel scaffolding, wood and
plaster.

There may not be much left of

the castle when the film is made
During the final Saxon capture it
is engulfed by fire.—L.





RUBBER PRICE RISES

WASHINGTON, Aug. 27
The Reconstruction Finance
Corporation announced on Mon-
day a boost of i% cents a pound
in the price of synthetic rubber it
sells to industry. The new basts
of 26 cents a pound will go into
effect with September del§veries

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School Reports of the various] )
Vestry Exhibitioners were readI}
by the clerk. All members were}
satisfied with the work done by {
the Exhibitioners. i

Under the head correspondence, } }
a letter was read from the pick- |}
up owners of St. Joseph asking
that their trade tax be deleted \
They stated that their pick-ups
were doing very little business.

Pp . Cox said that the a 7 i
sifahe ca age " absolutely s All These Fine Buys for
wrong. He thought that the " cs c Ds
matter of this trade tax was a A tour Fullest Enjoyment.
matter for the Tax Relief Com- BAHAMAS CRUSHED PINEAPPLE per tin 24¢
mittee. SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE per tin 45c

Mr. L. E. Smith then moved RDG REE? coms eS 30
that a letter be written to the IMPERIAL SWEET PICKLE as Ib. ate
pick-up oe seeng.: Shes os AUSTRALIAN SLICED PEACHES per tin 69
Tee re wees ae «SOLID PACK APPLES Sap tin 78
tax. This was s2conded by NM SWIFT’S VIENNA SAUSAGES er th 43
J. A oe et 1 arte a SURF MAID GRAPES Large tin 50c
majority vote. Mr x ned 2 Smaiktir 29:
because he thought tl li HEINZ CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP per tin 49¢ i
tion, the letter sl —— MARTELL BRANDY COCKADE FINE RUM
pick-up owner n PERLSTEIN BEER 18 per bottle
Tax Relief Comr | $4.00 per Carton

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~ 'TENANTRY

ROADS NEED
REPAIR

Quakers Road Under Water

THE heavy rainfajl in S$
Michael on Sunday left most ot
the tenantry roads in a deplorabk
condition,

Many of these roads which hav
been wanting repair for years have
gone from bad to worse, and now
whenever there is a heavy rain-
fall scores of mud puddles can b
seen

Particularly is this the case, it
would appear, with the Carring-
ton’s Village district. Along lowe:

Quakers Road—its main roadway
there is in the place’ whict
should have been a gutter, ar

cnormous mud puddle. Some re
fuse has been thrown into it, prob-
ably with good intention, but thir
had made the condition worse foi
flies also assemble on the spot, It
causes the traveller to stop abrupt-
ly and take note, Many cars have
been stopped as they approact
this spot while the drivers conside;
whether or not they should risk
their cars in the slush. On every
occasion the careful driver ha:
cecided to take another road.

No Water Outlet

Pedestrians and cyclists in order
to avoid the spot trespass on the
premises of nearby residents and
é result, unintentionally
succeed in making these premises
muddy and dangerous for the
residents,

There is no outlet for the wate:
in this particular mud puddle, so
that when the rain has stopped
falling the condition remains for
several days. It is a detestable
situation for those who live near-
Ly and all who have to use the
roadway

After the rainfall on Sunday one
cf the roads in this district was
completely covered by water o!
no less than six inches deep,

Residents on upper Delamere
Land, north of the Carrington’s
Village district, seem to have beer
very much better off. These roads
have obviously been given some
attention, and it would appear, noi
in the distant past. Most of them
presented a clean white surface
to our reporter as he travellea
along them yesterday, althougn
they were not entirely free ot
mud puddles, There has been no
improvement, however, of the
lower section where it was sur-
prising to see quite a number of
houses on land where so many
people had suffered in the °49
flood.

The roads atong Hall’s Road
ale also still in a bad condition,
Lut a pleasing feature was the
disappearance of gome of the
houses on the lower side of the
road, These were directly in the
path of the water on its mad rush
down the guilies to the open sea.
There are still too many houses in
this immediate danger zone,
however





Guilty Of Wounding

IN the Assistant Court of Appeal
yesterday Justices G. L, Taylor
and H. A. Vaughan confirmed the
decision of His Worship Mr. J. R
Edwards, Police Magistrate of
District “F", who fined Stanley
Taitt of Horse Hill, St. Joseph,
$7.20 for wounding Joseph White

Taitt appealed against the decis-
ion of Mr. Edwards and was
ordered to pay $2.32 appeal cosis

The offence was committed on
November 25, 1950.

Giving evidence in Court yes
terday White said that while he
was in the Orange Club, Horse
Hill, St. Joseph, on November 25,

1950, Taitt took up money belong-
ing to him while they were play-
ing a game.

He asked him for the money and
Taitt refused to give him. A fight
ensued and after they had strug-
gled for sometime on the floor of
ne Club, Taitt took up a bottle
rom the floor and hit him with
ton the top of his head.

CONSTIPATION GONE—
FEELS FIT AS A FIDDLE!

“For years I suffered from consti-
pation. Regular use of ALL-BRAN
has just done wonders!"" Mrs. H. EB.
Deyo, 118 Halliday,
San Antonio, Texas
Just one of many un-
solicited letters from
ALL-BRAN users

This happy feeling
can be yours, too, if
you suffer from con-
stipation due to lack
of dietary bulk. Eat
an ounce (about 14 cup) of crispy
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink
plenty of water! If not completely
satisfied after 10 days, send empty
carton to Kellogg Co. of

GreatBritain Ltd,, Manchester,England.
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The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed,
and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-injurious
to both man and domestic animals.

*Tetmosol’ Soap also encourages the growth of a
healthy, glossy coat.

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, I



951

TELEPHONE 2508








For Births, Marriage er Engagement
innouncements in Carib Calling the
harge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to £0 d 6 cents per word for each |
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between & 30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m

DIED

TAYLOR—On August 27, 1961, at his
residence Hinds Gap, Halis Poad, St

Michael, Elijah Fitzgerald, His
funeral leaves the above residence at |
4 p.m. today for the Halls Road

Nazarene Church, and thence to the
Westbury Cemeter
Keturah Taylor (Widow)

28.8.51—1n



IN MEMORIAM



















ne Seae: Cottage, Ma .
GASKIN—In loving memory of our mesetin Cetaes, Moris a
3213 28.8.51—@n
dear Aunt Josephine A. Gaskin who 28. 8.51—8n
died on 28th. August 1940
‘Some day when life’s journey ts
ended ELECTRICAL
We hope to meet you dgain.” OC
Mr. and Mrs, McKinley Wiles, Sylvia ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE—!
Wiles, Mrs. Cynthia King. Marjorie| Very little uséd—Dial 4616—Courtesy
Brewster, Mrs. Miriam Moore Garage 28.8.51—6n.
LINTON—In loving memory of our Dear REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7 ce ft.—
beloved daughter and sister Sylvia} U.S.A. manufacture, New Courtesy
Linton whe Died on August 28th | Garage Dial 4616 28.8.51—6n.
1850
One year has passed sincé that sad SWITCHES: Main Switches made by
day, M.E.M. 10K-—$1.50, 212K—$3.00, 412K—
She is gone, but not forgotten. $3.54, 208K-—$5.19. Laurie Dash & Co.,
livin Linten (Father) Claristine Linton | Tudor Street. Dial 5061 25.8.51—3n
(Mother), Olga Omery U.S.A. Golda, | |
Daphney (Sisters), Lisle (Brother)
peb.tb-ain FURNITURE
WORRELL—In memory of James Wor-|, "PORTADECK”’ CHAIR: Ideal for |
rell, who departed this life on Aug- | Be?eh, garden, in camp, on ship ete.
ust 26th, 1950 Entirely new in design and construction
The Saints of God, their conflict past overall weight 6% lbs. Many other |
And life’s long battle won at last attractive features Contact: Ss. P.
No more they need the shield and} Musson, Sen & Co., Lid. Dial 3713
sword, ! 24,8.51—Tn j
They cast them down before their |
Lord MECHANICAL
Oh happy saints forever blest,
At Jesus’ feet how sweet their rest iG . *
5 4 ‘ ADDING MACHINES—*Just received
The WORRELL Family « shipment of Addo Adding Machines, |
latest model, apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd., |
anor pat Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n |
TENDERS ADDING MACHINE—"“One second |
hand Adding Machine, small keyboard, |

MUKPHY DIESEL ENGINE ane

writers 14", appl

Tenders are invited for the Phone 4442." 22.8.51—7n
purchase of one (1) New Model
ME—66 Six Cylinder 6” x 614”| BICYCLES—Hercules for Ladies and
- > Sng Gents—wi an ree -s) P
Murphy Diesel Engine mrounted| Gents with and | without three-speed
on engine iength ‘velded steel] tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—6n. !
skids, length 1037/8”, radiator | ————__.
cooled and equipped with MISCELLANEO’ |
enclosed Twin Disc power take —
off clutch, two 12 volt starting] COUNTER SCALES—Sturay Counter |
batteries with cables, radiator fan] S¢@les weighing up to 28 lbs. A few



and lubricating oi! cooler for}
tropical operation. Rating 180
H.P. intermittent 150 H.P. con-
tinuous at i200 R.P.M. at Sea
level and 60°F ambient; also a
lot of spare parts.



Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes addressed to the
City Engineer marked: —

“TENDERS FOR MURPHY

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al on ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb,
DIESEL ENGINE’ Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
and should reach the City Engin-| Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl

eer, Port-of-Spain, not later than













& Co



one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd.
City Pharmacy.



Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth
Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-

Brushes, and many others





FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 72 cents and
96 cents Su™days 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—@ cents a
word on Sundays;

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: One Dodge Car 1887 mieact in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B’dos.
Agencies, Ltd.









CAR: Drop-head convertible Ford V-8
in good eondition. Hydrauticaliy operated
nood. Ring: R. S. Nicholls 3925 between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 23.8.51=t.f.n.

CAR—A Ford Prefect New Shock Ab-
sorbers and rubber mat generally over-
hauled last week. $1,000. Berijamin,











25.8.51 t.f.n. |

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

PUBLIC SALES

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

REAL ESTATE

One chattel House in Barbarees Road,
with open Gallery, Brawing room, $3
Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
} Out offices, A good home or Investment
1,3 Small Chatte! Cottages, situated be
tween Browne's Gap and Rocklgy Cross
Road, both containing Front Room, 9
| Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and
out offices, A good investment
Apply to W. B®. Bryan, Roebuck Street
25.8.51—3n
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
163 Shares ~- Barbados Foundry Ltd
300 Shares — Barbados Co-operative

Cotten Factory Ltd.
COTTLE, CATFORD & Co.

22.8.51—6n

—_—
| 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. S. Nieholis

This property will be set up to Public
con petiiton on Friday 3ist August 195)
at2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

18.8.51—12n





PPOPERTY



Wall Bungalow a
Cleavers Hill, St, Joseph. Standing o1
cne quarter five purches of land. Con

taming drawing room, dining room,







two second hand Remington Type- |

T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,





nly at $15.71 each
Ltd.,

G. W. Hutchinson
Broad Street
26.8,51—2n

CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price

11.8.51—T F.N

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
inds Fuller Brushes including Ladies



H. P, CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middle





Bedrooms and usual offices. No reason
able offer refused. Apply on premises to}





Louis Boyce 28.8.51—In.

The undersigned will offer for sale at
public competition at their office, No.|
17. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 7th. dav of September, 1951, at 2
ren

The dwellinghouse Known ag}

ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land
; Whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure- !
ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts.
and the out-buildings thereto, situate

on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,

| “djoining Hotel Royal

Inspection any ddy except Sundays,







between the hours of 12 noon and 5/
p.m

Por further particulars, and conditions
4 sale, appiv to:

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
28.8.51—E.D

FROPERTY—One two-storey house sit
uated at My Lord's Hill. Standing on
approximatel,; ‘. acre of land Apply |

| Le. SEAILE c/o Ince & Co., Lid |

28.8.51—3n. |



The undersigned will offer for Sale at|
public competition at their Office, No
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday |
the 14th day of September, 1951 at 2)
p.m.:
@ two-storied Dwellinghouse known |
as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon |
the same stands and thereto belonging. |
containing by admeasurement 6,422 |
square feet or thereabouts, situate at |
1th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Diat 2738.
For further particulars and condition: |
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.8.51.—-N.E.D







HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla,, |



Saturday 15th mene ae Street. Distributors. Dial 3382. »,. | St. Matthias and the City,
See. 87 Sem 25.8.51—7n | One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell
oe Also building sites with 70 ft frontage
COCONUT GROWERS ASSOC- GENTS SOCKS—New Shipment multi- | and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable |
IATION LTD. colour Striped and Beautiful Designs | price per sq. ft, Contact B. A. Brooks, |
* Socks for Men and Boys Prices from 39c. | at Dunoon Rockley or Phone #162 be-
— to $1.43 per Pair. KIRPALANI 52 Swan! tween 9—11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m, if you

NOTICE Street 28.8.51—1n. | want to buy, sell, or build.
eee ae 28.8.51-—6n
; ‘ Savtrt LAMP BURNERS-—No. 2 Lamp Burners a |
Applications are invited for the] , quality that will last longer at. 38

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] ASPRO.

s ¢ » i i ce} words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
aor ae ge aa oa a tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
See avon. practical) vche—Pains in the limbs and joints—
knowledge of cost-accounting iS] Feverishness. Remember there is only one

essential,
experience would be an advan-
tage though not essential. Pp

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

e

a ir’ of Carrington Village, St
oh) at Bate of birth. permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
b. Where bor n. e&c., at a board and shingle galvanized
(2) Married or single, shed attached to residence at poner
q ere educated. Rad., Carrington Village, St. Michael.
‘?) ae bs - posts tas during Dated this 24th. day of August 1951
(3) (EDR Ce. BOSye ‘Elo E. A. McLEOD, Esq..
past 10 years, and full de- Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
tails of duties pérformed. | D. A. BECKLES,
(5) Certificates and/or degrees | se dino aarti eth te ar
nis 4 a
held. | . j sidered. at a Licensing Court to be
6) Certified copies of tWO) je1e at Police Court, District “A” on
; : ; 1951
recommendations from pres- Monday the 3rd day of Beivenber 108
ent (and previous, if any)|at M o'clock, a cf AL too. |
employers. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
(7) Names and addresses 2f}
two referees for references
as to character, etc.
(8) Amount of annual salary FURNITURE
expected,
(9) A recent passport photo-|
Ts interviews wilt bel AUCTION
Note: No interviews will be}
granted except by appointment Wednesday, 29th August

after all applications have been

considered,
21.8.51—4n,
is to be great.”......+%

The most simple way
| of cooking is by Gas

GENTS’
STRAW
HATS

CREAM COLOUR
$1.15 each

THANE HROS.

Pr. Wi . Hy. & Swan Sts.





RAIN |
COATS

PLASTIC ONES
$2.98 EACH

THANI BROS.
Pr, Wm. Hry, St. Dial 3466














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Just opened by —
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Some technical factory} ASPRO.

should be; several
inson & Co. Ltd., Broad Street



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE



G. W. Hutchinson & Co

19,8,51—lln

TOOLS Electrical and Mechanical
jiers and Serew Drivers, Claw and
‘ack Hammers, Saw Sets, Gauges and
other useful Tools. Prices
attractive. G w Hutch-

xtremely

26 .8.51—2n

The application of Dayrell A. Beckles,
Michael for







at 11.30 a.m.

WE have been instructed by
Dr. H. M. S. G. Beadneil to sell
by Auction the Furniture and
Household Effects at ‘“Fernihurst”,
Deacon’s Rd., St. Michael.

Viewing morning of Sale from
9a.m.
-

Dining Table (seats 8) Set 8 Din-
ing Chairs, Sideboard, Cutlery
Chest on Stand, Pr Corner Book-
cases (glass fronted), Bookcase
(double glass doors), Large Coffee
Table, Set 4 Chairs, Round Table,
Small Desk (with glass top,) Large
Office Desk, Oval Tip-Top Table

(Brass Feet), Occasional Tables,
Armchair with cushioa seat,
Mahogany and Wicker 3 Piece

Suite with Spring Seats and Loose
Cushions, Pr Single Beds and
Springs, Bedside Tables, Pr open
fronted Bookcases, Dressing Table
with Mirror, Telephone Stool. (Ail
the above in Mahogany.) Carron
Wood and Coal Stove Frigidaire
(American), Pr Single Painted
Beds and Springs, Cream Painted
Wardrobe with long mirror, Cream
Dressing Table with Stool, Polished
Cedar Shoe Rack, Card Table,
Wicker Arm Chairs, Painted Bed-
side Tabie, Large Kitchen Table,
Open fronted Hanging Press, Large
Painted Bookcase, Green Painted
Table, Painted Morris Chair, Bed-
side Tables, Painted Press (6
shelves,) Cedar Lined Chest of
Drawers, 4 Spring filled Mattress-
es. Folding and Deck Chairs,
Kitehen Chairs, Gallery Furniture,
Kitchen Cabinets, Larders and
Large Food Store, Mahogany
Trays, Ironing Board, Work bench,
Baby’s Cot with Hair Mattress
Child’s Tricycle (as new) Child's
Desk, Child's Painted Dressing
Table, Baby's Weighing Machines,
Medicine Cabinet, Mirrors, Elec.
Fan, Elec. Irons, Portable Grarno-
phone, Elec. Kettle, Elec. Hot
Plate, 2 - Burnér Oil Stove, Sew-
ing Cabinet, Butler's Tray and
Stand, Tennis Net, Lawn Mower,
Mise Glass, China, Kitchen
Utensils, Mosquito Nets, (2 double,
2 single.) Small Eeko Radio, Also

a varied assortment of misc.
items.
| Light Refreshments Available

| CASH ON FALL OF HAMMEâ„¢,



AUCTIONEERS

| Joha 4. Biadon
& co.

A.F,S., F.V.A,
Phone 4640

Plantations Building

ie niatindincnnlD



ANNOUNCEMENTS



(to- |
morrow) please note that provision has |
been made for light refreshments to be
on sale 28.8. 51—-1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE)

The application of Joseph N. Allewne |
holdey of Liquor License No. 1085 of |
1951 granted to idalia Hope in respect
ef a board and shingle shop at Hans-
chell Land, St. Michael for permission
to use said Liquor License &¢., at said
premises Hanschell Land, St. Michael.

|





Dated this 22nd, day of August 1961
E. A. McLEOD, Esq..
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
J. N. ALLEYNE,
Applicant |

N.B.—This application will be con-|
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Poliee Court, District “A on Monday
the 3rd. day of September 1951 at 11
o'clock a.m |

To

E. A. McLEOD, Faq.,
Magistrate, Dist A
28.8.51



Police

In



|
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.

Scott & Co

for permis-

&e.,
at}

The application of D. V
Ltd., of Broad Street, City
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
at a wall and galvanized building
Corner Of Grosvenor Rd. Tweedside Rd
St. Michael,

Dated this 27th. day of August 1951. |
To E. A. MeLEOD, Esq., |
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” |

ARTHUR POLLARD,

for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, Distriet “A” on Thurs-
day the 6th. September 1951 at 11 o'clock,

!
a.m |

BE. A. MeLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
28.4

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Mrs. A. C. Worswick, for August and
September only Furnished.
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The publie are hereby
giving credit to my wife, Esmay
Reid.) as I do not hold myse
responsible for her or anyone else co
treeting amy debt or debts in my nar
unless by a written order signed by n

warned





HUBERT INNISS,
Upper Thorpes Cottage,
St. George
3.8 52
The public are hereby warned against
Siving credit to my wife, Inez Gooding
| (nee Spooner,) as I do not hold myseit

responsible for her or anyone else co
tracting any debt or debts in my name

wnless by a written order signed By me
FREDD.FE GOODING,
Rockleys Ch. Ch

28.8.51-—2)



TAKE NOTICE
PERMUTIT

That the PERMUTIT COMPANY/LIM.
TED, a British: Company, Manufacturer
whose trade or busines ddress is Pe
rreutit House, Gunnersbury Avenu:
London, W.4, England, has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part
of Register in respect of plant
md installations for use in purifyir
oftening supplying and distributir
water; and filters, preparations for
ening and purif ring water a
ion-exchange materials being chemic,|
products for use in the treatme |
of liquids, and will be entitled »









sof



| register the same after one month fro

the 28th day of Ausust 1951 unle
some person shall in the meantime give
otice im duplicate to me at mi office o/
opposition of such registration. The trac
mark can be seen on application at nv
office
Dated this 18th day of August 1951
H WILLEAMS,
Registrar of Trade Mark
28.8 51

TAKE NOTICE

on







Itd., Broad and Roebuck Streets. That THE WELCH GRAPE JUICE
26,8.51—2n | COMPANY, a corporation organized

Will all persons who will be attending| “der the laws of the State of New

PAIN fades right out when you take| the Auetion sale at Fernitwurst, aeons York, United States of America, whose
Actions speak louder than | Road, on Wednesday 29th August trade or business address is Westfield

Chautauqua, New York, United States ot
America, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Registe:
in respect of grape Juice, a non-alcoholic
and non-aerated beverage, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 28th day of August
1951 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tiation. The trade mark can be seen on
epplication at my office

Dated this 18th day of August 1951

H. WiLLIAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks
28 8 51 =)





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

PRICE OF

Until further notice the follow









Price 1951
SULPHATE OR AMMONIA $125.70 $2.25









ARBADOS ADVOCATE

Over 24) Gnd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,



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JILPHATE OF AMMONIA

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Ten cents per agate line on week-days

| miinivnum charge $1.50 on wwWeek-days |
| md $1.80 on Sundays. |



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OF THE WEST INDIES |



|
Applications are invited for appoint- |
ent to the newl reated Cngir of |
Balucation * j
Salary £1,500 p.a. Cost of living |
Stiewanee £80 p.a., for a single person |
| 206 p.a., for a harried man. Child
| siiowance £70 p.a., per child ‘maxi
mum £210 p.a.) Unfurnished accom mo-
| detion at rent of 5%, of salary. F.S.S.U
Passages paid for members of staf® and

f
and leave



ics On appointment, termination



(six copies) giving the
of three referees and full details
and exptrience should
e sent to the Secretary, Inter-University
ouncil for Higher Education in the
olonies 1 Gerdon Square, London,

C. 1, frem whom further information
may be obtained. Closing date Sist
dey of August, 1951 28.8.51—-1n

mes
qualifieations





TAKE NOTICE
| SINGER

That

SINGER MOTORS LIMITED, a
British Company, Manufacturers, whose
trade or business address is Canterbury |
Street, Coventry, Warwickshire, England,

‘pplied for the registration of a trade
nark in Part “A” of Register in respec’
of motor driven vehicles, engines, chass.







anc parts thereof, and will be cntitlec
to register the same after one month
from the th day of August 1951
unless some perser shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to’ me at my
office of opposition of such régistration
The trade mark can be seen on applica
tion at my office
Dated this 18th day of August 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
28.8.51—3n



TAKE NOTICE

<1Ke MAO

fas

Mr erate

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That BOOKERS MANUFACTURING
DRUG CO., LTD., a British Company,
whose trade or business ad is La
Penitence, Demerara, British Guiana, has
epplied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of pharmaceutical preparations including
medicinal oils, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 28th day of Atimust 1951 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seem on application at m»
office,







Dated this 18th day of August 1961
H. WILLIAMS
} Registrar of Trade Marks
28.8.51—3n

ing price has been arranged:

Discount If paid

Maximum by 30th September,





28.8.51

FEMALE PAINS

Also nervous distress several days ‘before’

vou you suffer from monthly
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do you, like so many women, start
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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
to relieve such symptoms. Pink-
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forting antispasmo'c action on
one of wonmnan’s must important

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IMPERIAL LEATHER





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CHARCOAL COMES

THE

and 1

Messrs, Manning & Co., Ltd,

She

Messrs,

HARBOUR LOG

WAX

60.ton se
arrived from British Guiana yes-
terday with 490 bags of charcoal

15 tons

is expected
berth to-day to unload her cargo
Schooner
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25.8. 51—3r









BLUE HYACINTH







MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, |
ooner Rosarene} vew ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED. |
(MAN.Z) } ats =
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» | sail from Hobart June 28th, Bowen July :
= Srowend for "3th, Sanckay July 20th, Brisbane July | Will accept Cargo and Passengers
ist Sydney August 4th, Melbourne | for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
to take her] \ugust 1th, arriving at Trinidad Sep- |{{ serrat, Nev's, St. Kitts, Sailing
‘ember 8th, and Barbados September Friday 24th
F rs 3SO- vath " ir “ y ”
en nee In addition to general cargo tht } THE M V DAERWOOD
eetet has aero space for chilled and wha qoutes Cargo, and Passengers
eee eaies tts of for St. Lucia, Grenada, Aruba,
Cargo accepted on through Bills o Pasienuare conte for a. Vinee

transhipment
Leeward and

Lading for
british Guiana,
slands,

For further particulars apply

at Trinidad $0 J
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In Carlisle Bay FURNESS, WITRY & CO. LTD, }
ERINDAD | Consigheces, Tel. No. 4047 {
att > Lad» Joy M.V. Sedgefield, iN and
went Marsaltese, Schy United Pilgrim $ * } SS
Sch. Zita. Wonita, M.V. Daerwood; Sch bagel Be Wi “ADVERTISE.”
Gardenia W Sch. Lydia Adina § 7 ‘ aa | at
Seh. Cloudia’ S., Sch. Franklyn D-.R B.W.1 Sees
Sch. D'Ortac, Seh. Mildred Wallace
Sch. Enterprise S., M.V. Caribbee
Rainbow M., S.S Cottica, S.S
Rodney, Seh. Amberjack Mac
WoL. EBunieia
— — SS ye eS
ARRIVALS a a ce
S.8. LADY RODNEY, 4,097 tons net ‘ ‘
Capt, LeBlanc, from St. Vincent CANADIAN SERVICE
8.8. COTTICA, 2,22 t« et, Cy y ; LS
Dross, from Funchal Rae - From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
8.8. BETWA, 4,598 tons net, Capt * - were peo Ere: np
Creenwood, from Trinidad LOADING DATES
Sch. ROSARENE, 60 tons net, Capt
Olivierre, from British Guiana Expected Arrival
s.s Hera, 2.214 tons net, Capt Montreal Halifax | Dates, Bri
Menago, from Amsterdam | Barbados
oie $3 “POLYCREST™ 15 August 20th August | 5 September
a DEPARTURES m.v. “BENNY” 29 August 3 Sept | loth September
S.S. MARIE C,, 4,380 tons net, Capt. [6 6 “SUNVALLEY” 12 Sept 17 Sept | 3 October
Cominos, for Trinidad ss. “A VESSEL” 26 Sept 1 Oct. | 1 Ovtober
Sch. PHILIP H, DAVIDSON, 87 tone :
net, Capt. Sealey, for British Guiana ‘
SS. SUNPRINCE, 1,649 tons net, Capt U.K SERVICE
LaRue, for Trinidad ‘ .
Sch. BELQUEEN, 44 tons net, Capt From Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
King, for St. Vincent

in Touch With Barbados



Swansea Liverpool Glassow



Expected Arrival



Dates, Bridgetown

“RAST WAVE cif suffleient 14 Aug 18 Aug 4 August
: : “SUNRELL’ tinducemen|
Coastal Station (offers 2 Aug. 7 Sept 24 Sept
s 8. “SUNRAY nd September
ge 1 and Wireless (W oI.) Ltd. advise a ae een oe een eee =
that they can now communicate with
the following ships through their Bar U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
he dos Coast Station Expected Arrival
S.S. Groote, Mormacteal, Rodas, James London Antwerp Rotterdam Da
Cenimore Cooper, S$, Bertrand, Norse
Mountain, Hammersborg, Coulgrave = ne ts . aw it
Onarheim, Ragunda, Cottica Burope, | ** “SUNJEWEL at M he Pe see / a ee
Westport, Lady Rodney, Brazil, S. Paula,| '™ ¥ BRUNO »
Federal, Adu, Esso New Orleans, Rio 7
Araza, Argentina, Alcoa Cavalier, S$ Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
Mateo, Artvine, Dalesman, Rosario
Colombie, Seottish Prince, Shahrera
Aicoa Partner, Beatrice, Alcoa Planter

tuna, Europe, Marioe, Sundale, Willem-
stad, Indian Mariner, Cazador, Malman-
Bacchus,
Diagon, Mormadpenn,

ver, Tron

a,

Liss, Cufie, Bonito,

vda, Katarina,





Esso Normandie and SS. William H
Wilmer
MAIL NOTICES NEW YORK SERVICE | @
SS. S."MARIO C sails 10th August arrives B'dos Wrd August, 195),
MAILS for Deminiea, Antigua, Mont- j 4 t “= B'dos Lith September, L961
oarrat, Novia Gud O& Hae ky ee keV A STEAMER 31st uerive dos r

CARTIBBEE will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:-
Parcel and Registered Mails at 2 p.m ss

Ordinary
August

RATES OF EXCHANGE

CANADA
AUGUST 27,

63 9/10

63 3/10
6) 8/10";

50 pe



Mail at 2

1951



NEW GRLEANS SERVICE





“POLKE BERNADOTTE®’ sails fre August
30 p.m. on the Mth} ss. “ALCOA PURITAN” sails 16th Au just
A STEAMER sails 29th Aumuet arrive Bidos 1th Septemt
CANADIAN SERVICE

OUTHBOUND

Namo of Ship Sails Montreal Salis Halifax

1951











1951,

Alcoa 0"

a

urives Bidos 23rd August 1951
vrrives B’dos 25th August, 1951

a NN







Arrives Rarbade



pr. Cheques on $ “ALCOA PARTNER" August Srd August 6th August 16th
Bankers 61 3/108 pr SS. ALCOA PILGKIM August 24th August 27th September 6th
Demand SS. ALCOA PEGASUS September 7th September 10th September 20th
Drafts 61.15% pr . Sight Drafts 61% pr VORTHBOUND
pr. Cable S 8. ALCOA PEGASUS due Barbades Augast Idth for St. Lawrence
pr Currency 9 8/0 © pe River Port
Coupons 8 1/109 pr — —
Silver wr pr, These vessels have limited pussense aecomodation



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ALL MANAGERS

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PAGE EIGHT



ALL WICKETS
Mixed Fortunes In
Intermediate Games

All w

A WICK

THE NER

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were affected by the rain but still batsmen

ood scores on Saturday the first day in the
cricket matches. In some matches, however,

were on top

Barbados

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I re West Indian RAMADHIN
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Ca ye & Wireless. « re now 47 sich Bane pet Saagy August 14 bility to English wickets. He
run. + the | of five wickets. — ch, eniey,. holder of the spins the ball both ways and |
Pickwick batted the whole day crid record for the 440 yards, will has the googly as well,
fait Wanderers at Kensington run for Jamaica at the 1952 Olym- L.E.8
Oval nd cored 212 run G. pies. He confirmed this point when
Moore and Pp. Trotter 44. I spoke to him at the British Games This was the English com
( Packer bowled steadily to at the White City on Saturday, ment soon after the W.I. team
five of the Pickwick wickets (August 11th), where he was run- ee What wit the
§ run M. Clarke took two Ding for America against Britain ustralian comment be? Skip
od : 2ecent suctz ; ve r r . . et
wickets for 60 runs Recent sustgestions have been to a ‘ oe mee Rams
At Congo Road Windward are the effect that as McKenley does nos ee ee
off to a good start against Mental Much of his running in the States,
Hospital. Batting first on an easy 82d has made several sponsored
icket Windward knocked up 127 tours under the patronage of the Jad. i ivisi ma:
runs in their first innings. Going American A.A.A., that he would
f down in the batting order H, Tepresent that country at Helsinki. > ° oy e.
F scored with 38 runs It therefore good news for, the oO 1ce, “mpire
7 tal pace bowler West Indies that he will run for
tf four wickets for J@maica My is . ms
7 kipper Carter three McKenley McDonald Bailey core iclories

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When play had ended Mental u e British Games meeting, which POLICE defeated Central by
Hospital had lost five of their “45 held in a continuous down an innings and 38 runs at Vau-
wickets for 49 runs. Opening Pur Record breaking was out of cluse in their cricket ‘match on
batsman M. Crichlow and vV., the question on the rain-soaked Saturday the last day in the fifth
Boyce who went at number six track, but between them, the West series of Second Division games
in the ba order failed to get Indian athletes won four events Batting first Central were dis-
off the ma 5 missed for 55 runs to which

a Pires a he Bailey wae ee and 220 Police replied with 138 runs for

1 the re-Spartan match at > 7 the loss of nine wickets declared
Sank Hall, Empire in their first sprints, as is becoming his habit, For Police F. Taylor was not
innings were dismisseq for 162. McKenley ran away from the field out with 54 runs, In their seco id
A. Gitten had a good bowling !” the quarter mile, Wint won the innings Central scored 45 runs
spell and ended with an analysis half in a canter, and to crown a E. Denny took three wickets for
of eight overs, one maiden, 30 thoroughly satisfactory afternoon, 16 runs and C. Sealy three fo:
runs and ix wickets. N. Wood Bailey ran the first leg of the 4 x 10. :
and K. Sealy took two wickets 110 yards relay in which Britain the Carlton—Y.M.P.C, fix-
each. beat America by a yard and a , Y.M.P.C. were dismissed for

When stumps were drawn Spar- half : runs, in their first innings.
tan had collected 21 runs for the These three runners would form G- Greenidge was not out with
loss of two wickets. Pacer C. the backbone of an extremely 9! runs while W, Goodridge took

three wickets for 24 runs.












Prescod took both wickets. strong team should the West In- Carltor lied itt
tn nenctic ni " replied With 55 runs
dies Athletic Association unit< at un
SCTRIENT « CARTW 2&- 7 thus giving Y 7 ree
REGIMENT v. CABLE & for the purpose of representation ye ance are 1 on a points
WIRELESS at the 1952 Olympics. The in- Brmpire ; Peete
t : a umpire also scored an outrigh:
: clusion of other talented athletes victory over Leeward, In their
—at Garrison aor _ oes Rhoden ; id first innings Leeward scored 45
REGIMENT FIRST INNINGS 8 ie suing woulc put the West runs and Empire treplied with
A, Ishmael c Cozier b Branker es Indies in a_ strong position to 59 runs for 8 wickets declared,
J aite c (wk) b A. Lawless 3 challenge the rest of the world. K. Thornton six wickets for 33
s ¢ Cozier b Branker 4 The West Indies stars them- runs.
A. Phillips c Fields b Branker 2 Due ¢ a :
D. Crawford (stpd. wk) b C, Law- selves would welcome an oppor- _ Due to steady bowling by
less 28 tunity to represent the West In- 5S. Beckles, Leeward could only
D. Watts c& b C, Lawless 12 dies as a whole collect 16 runs in their second
\ Bispham ec Croney b Lawless 1 x innings, Er t rrr
Wh enteae ty. Tawidas 2 McKenley said that those who {UDIDBS. Hmpire hit six runs fo
H, Marshall not out 1 believed Jamaica had no need to tees of one wicket for victory.
arrisor ‘ollege 5 °
Smeg ee es eee * take part in such a get-together onthe ities Cee Rot three
lare wk é : : > § 4 é "Ss , “fy
ata 5 ‘were taking a foolish short-term PON'S (or a first innings’ lead
; : F ' , over Combermere when their
—— view. Because Jamaica had, at atch end : :
Total 122 ah ‘i match ended. Batting first Com-
~ this time, three or four world bermere scored 41. run t
‘ y s s ‘
BOWLING ANALYSIS class athletes, it did not mean which College replied with 56
io ae er a * M that the island could afford to runs for the loss of seven wicl ets
E. anker S983 see ‘ : ‘ ‘ eye 4 14 1 isolate itself from the other declared.
5 2“ — British Caribbean Athletic Asso- When stumps were drawn
5 ; 7 i ciations. Jamaica might not Combermere had knocked up 101
; always be so fortunate as she runs for the loss of eight wickets































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

M.C.C. Beat Canada
In First Test

VANCOUVER, B.C., Aug. 27.

The England touring Maryle-
bone Cricket Club team defeated
Canada by an innings and 116
runs on Saturday in the first Test
match ever played in the Domin-
ion of Canada

Canada scored a total of only
94 runs in the first innings on Fri-
day after being put in to bat by
skipper R. W. V. Rebins whe won
the toss

M.C.C. compiled a total of 306
for the loss of eight wickets be-
fore declaring just before lunch
on Saturday.

Canada was all out in its second
time the bat for 102 runs.

—C.P.



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‘
Soccer Results
LONDON’ August 27.

Results of Soccer matcher
played Saturday in ihe United
Kingdom follow:—

Scottish League Cup Division P.

Cowdenbeath 2, Dundee United 0.
Alloa Athletic 2, Dunfermline
Athletic 2. Clyde 5, Arbroath 2.
Ayr United 1, Kilmarnock 2,

Forfar Athletic 1, Dumbarton 1.

St. Johnstone 0, Albion Rovers
1. Stenhousemuir 2, Falkirk 9.

Hamilton Academicals 2, Queen's
Park 3.

English League Division II

Brentford 2, Rotherhain
United 0. Bury 0, Luton Town 1.
Coventry City 0, Queen’s Park
Rangers 0. Doncaster Rovers 2,
Leeds United 0. Everton 3,
Sheffield Wednesday 3.

Leicester City 4, Birmingham
City 0. Nottingham Forest a
Cardiff City 3, Sheffield United 4.
Hull City 1, Swansea Town lI,

Notts County 1, Westham Unitea
3, Blackburn Rovers 1}.

English League Division III:
Northern — Barrow 0, Halifax
Town 0. Bradford City 1, Lin-

¢oln City 1 Carlisle United 4,
Accrington Stanley 1. Darlingta
1, Southport 1. Gateshead i:
Crewe Alexandra 0, Grimsby
Town 3, Bradford 0 Hartlepeok
United 38, Scunthorpe United 0,
Oldham Atheltic 3. Tranmere Rov-
ers 0, Stockport County 1. Roch-
dale 0, Workington 0. Mansfield
Town 1, Wrexham 0.
—(CP)

Rugby Results

LONDON, August 27,

The results of Rugby League
games played Saturday in the

United Kingdom follow:
3atley 15, Featherstone Rovers
15.
Belle Vue Rangers 6, Salford 15,
Bradford Northern 12, Leigh 17.

Cardiff 10, Hull 31.
Castleford 18, Huddersfield 22.
Hallifax 7, Wigan 2.
Hull Kingston Rovers 14,

Widnes 16,
Hunslet 17, Workington Town 1).
Keighley 0, Oldham 15.
Rochdale Hornets 19, Barrow 7.
St. Helens 23, Liverpool City 3
Swinton 22, Dewsbury 10



















WIRELESS FIRST INNINGS was today and then perhaps she !_their second innings " ea eee ce
c Crawford b Richard 9 youl na tas pe I a Foundatior als & 4 Wakefield Trinity 36, York 3
fie wane 7 wou d be only too pleased to join int f 1 also got three Warrington 28, Leeds 21
, Te ea cuaenee ; in such a “ ration” oints for a first innings’ lead : ed aT ea ‘
ine 6 Clarke 6 in such a “federation”, P ‘ AMINES ea aven 5 “aster
R ¢ Parris b Watt fh erie rere errteerssicceensheplaee sthentinneeiiees _. over Pickwick. Batting on the Whitehaven 5, Doncaster 0.
r not out 10 ERT AT: HOAET ae FIRST INNINGS first day on a wet wicket, Pick- —{CP)
b. Clarke { N chlow b ‘armer 0 ric . > 7 9 . , 0)
‘ not But a N. Burrowes b R. Farmer 14 eh foes a SBA Z ‘ hich
2 C. Williams run out 9 ‘ ster an r. Jones ’
C Bost Ibw R, Farmer 4 teok five wickets for 18 runs | YESTERDAY 5
Tots (for wkts.) 47 R, Rock not out 9 Foundation — replie 1 Z
i ’ V. Boyce b R, Farmer 0mm and 1 2 ppd with 108 | WEATHER REPORT
BOWLING ANALYSIS KR. Chase not out 4 s and when play was ended,
; Of Me Re Extras ; Foundation had scored 77° runs} Prom Codenetan
A. Phillip og 4 ; kb — for six wickets after Pickwick! Rainfall: Moa ; ad .
F. Richard 7 1 Total (for 5 wkts) 49 had declared when their score} eet pus f it was nth to
D Waits Le ee iitics seins i was 186 runs for six wickets. a ae ae
Paseis 1 6 BOWLING ANALYSIS date: 8.71 inches
Clarke f 4 2 oa. a: We ’ T nn ¥ . : : ’ :
Brathw nite 2 3 H. Farmer 6 1 4 ; CARLTON vs. ¥.M.P.C, | Highest Temperature: 78.0 °F
eer D. Wilkie - F 6 Bite le 30. W. toodice 8 tot ga | | Lowest Temperature: 71.5 °F
y 7 “PERG wv PICKWICK H. V. Farmer 4 1 9 1 eale 36. .G idge, 3 for 249 ies
Ww ANDERE R sv.F Ic KW iC K mn, Farmer " 6 19 3 CARLTON 55 (E. Burke 20, R. Peter-| eaten eee : er 909
—at Oval kin, 2 for 14, O. Burke, 2 for 16) an’ we = eet 29.$
SPARTAN vy. E : of SPim:) Sao
PICKWICK FIRST INNINGS v. EMPIRI CENTRAL vs, POLICE
i Wanita c wits. io: SiGe “4 —at Bank Hall at Central
D, Evelyn ibw b M. C oe ihe eA 8 CENTRAL First Innings—-55, |
2G ard ¢ wk, b Re 14 EMPIRE FIRST INNINGS ; CENTRAL Second Innings—45 (E
c yn b Packer 41M. Jones b A. Gittens 16 Denny three for 16, C, Sealy three for
G ore & Packer Si F. Taylor c Sealy b A. Gittens 0 30 |
R ke c Seale b Packet 1 E. Amory c&b Sealy 15 > 2 ™” ‘ ‘ 2 |
cS wood : Mayer » Packer 0 R. Norville c N. Wood b A. Gittens 14 a ae stom areot me i _ rhe
t © Ramsay b Rolfe 6 B. Bourne c Skinner b A. Gittens 11 ; PY Pee (POE DURYS
H Jordan ¢&b Clarke 8 V. Smith not out 48 nates toe puny
Wells ¢ Ramsay b Packer 1 M. Armstrong ¢ Sealy b A, Gittens 14 - EMPIRE ve. LEEWARD j
Lashley not out 4 C, Prescod ¢ Sealy b A, Gittens 4 LEEWARD 45 (K. Thomton 14, §.\
tena: 16 E. Barrow c wk b Sealy 27 ~—-Becktes 7 for 13, C. Beckles 1 for ‘1,4 4 ,
1. Harris lbw b Wood 6 G. Downes 1 for 16.) Cue bids are apt to be dis-
Total 212 C. Spooner c& b Wood 0 EMPIRE 59 for 8 wickets Declared ‘ trusted by the inexper-
Extras : , a eee C. Beckles 17, K. Thorn ienced player, who is affected
gies js LG by the memory of past
* : , Tote ‘ JEW sec 6 1S :
MENTAL HOSPITAL v. Tl me ipa aie ia eee eatastrophes due 40 mals:
WINDWARD—at Congo Road BOWLING ANALYSIS EMPIRE Second Innings 6 runs for reading the purpose of his
O M. R_ W «the loss of 1 wicket partner’s bid in a new suit,
WINDWARD f+ RST INNINGS A. Gittens 8 1 30 6 This can come about in two
) c 1 E. MeComie ea he COMBERMERE ys. COLLEGE ways. A cue bid may sound like
Pe stor oe .® 2 COMBERMERE First ‘Innings 41 (L a genuine suit bid to the partner
1K Sealy 8 7 23 2 Reid 4 for 17). wh. passes without thinking
vate Nh COLLEGE First Innings 56 for 7 The F sult may be tragic if the
i = a 7 4 wickets Declared). unwilling declarer is left to play
5 : aeeT } ! Combermere Second Innings 101 for the hand with a void in the
10 SPAKLAN PikST INNINGS 8 wickets (Mr, Hughes not out 64 tremp suit, especially when a
6 N. Wood not out 9 2 c , slam can be made ip some other
R. Farmer not out 29 K. Sealy ¢ E. Amory b Prescod 6 PICKWICK vs. FOUNDATION Gen oenIDeHen,
R. L. ‘armer absent 0 B. Morris retired 4 Fo ti ve secon case is where a
Extras ; 7 ©. Wood e Barrow b Prescod 1 rane ee, ee genuine attempt to find a pla
A. Gittens not out 1 / Ge Foster 16, Mr. Jones 6 wicke abie suit is mistaken for a cue
PB l 27 S a 7 Sm . - . >
Total 127 Extras © * gor 1d ina) bid. ae subsequent entangle
, SIS c ¢ ; 9 FOUNDATION First Innings 108 (My ment leading to some unmak
BOWLING ANALYSIS att ty Total (for 2 wkts.) 31 séneaal, A. omer © See ies , able contract The first rule
c "KWICK Sac . rur thevefore, when contemplating
r Carte 9 1 24 3 BOWLING ANALYSIS PICKWICK Second Innings 186 runs Se ah ri o iz
o Knight 10 a7 4 ah oO M R w for 6 wickets Declared (M,. Field Shue bid As to make quite sure
G. Springer 8 38 C. Spooner 2 3 R. Lashley 50.). that i* will be recognised 4s
M, Crichiow 5 10 1 C. Prescod 4 1 13 2 , FOUNDATION Second Innings such Ths only exception is
Wiltshire 1.3 2 1 M. Armstrong 2 5 runs for 6 wickets (C, King 27, E where a forcing situation exists
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AHorate ( ESTABLlbilKD lUa.i TUESDAY Al i L'ST REDS DECLINE TO BREAK OFF TALKS Ridgway Pays Visit To Korea TOKYO, August 28. JSJOHTH KOREAN Premier Kim II Sung and Chinese General Peng Teh Huai in a radio broadcast declined to break off the Kaesong armis tice negotiations and "demanded" that General Ridgway order his liaison officers back to Kaesong to re investigate the alleged Allied bombing on August 23 •We ewah youi reply," I niunisi leaden u d fa Ridgway'i Kin] their jiii |Mt ll I | l'< king Hadio quoted !' %  ''.: %  % %  ni: • %  <; %  • will naval f*il on ua" lot i %  %  ,... %  lug up armistice meeting... Thcli inswer was given in .1 special English language broad* 1 thing el 1 30 %  m. on %  Communist laadtn thai the bombing might 1 done by Bouth Korean mllltar) .*hout the km' United Nations CflOM <'" '.11 J Matthew Ridgway madi n flying visit In Komi t Ridgway left Tokyo ll IS 40 p m. and returned at ID 45 p m li was not immediate), where he wont m K< • %  was assumed here thai nil Hying ten hours and five mil ill was concerned with the ed erase-lire negotiations As the SuprvnCommander visited K immediate decision fi" war in the Orient appan mained locked in the 1 inner circles of bib Communism. The Reds ham often hind In their propaganda comment In order to make that MM conform with parly policy Sn %  %  I.. Kus-1.1 ih,.I In telegram to the 22nd %  .., laid b with the lavotlon %  to Id %  %  %  %  %  re in gre< < %  dangci An %  ggn %  large) In the world a< we hold li fiudlata end constant. ..: i. %  F 11 man aval I It BOO ,n bills) Utah ratoui DM in ct 11. mi defence of the democn . i.i Ufa We Americana have bei Upon b) %  %  in'k leiship in ;(eguarding that way of dfe. We ceiled upon to help peoples to help them%  %  li % %  h %  • -. Ouris a great MM Id 11 I atkw can stand alone and pjrvlve -IP. Egypt Dema n i/s World Oou r l Qpini B.W.I.A-PlanninfiTn Use Jci Jaircrafi -IN THE CARIBBEAN %  Prom Out OWS *..n-?. W oilenU HORT-OK-SFAIN. August 24. Mr. John Ram ftcUoj General M.iiuK'i Of Hntish West Indian Airways U.W.I. A. was planning 10 propelled aircraft or tUftM BUT* craft In the Caribbean to compete on equal terms with modern American aircraft In lthese purls in the near future. He pointed out thai the entire question <>t re-vampin| 11.W 1 .. with modern ainiaft STM UOdeT study. Holland May Not Sign Jap TreuK THE HAGUE, Aug. 27 Holland may abstain *'""" %  signing the Japanese peace treaty In Ban Pranctoco according to %  Cabinet decision Monday. Tha Dutch Cabinet agreed to send a delegation t-> the San Francisco headed by Foreign Minister Pint Slikke r with the Dutch Ambassador In Washington J. H. Van Rayan as deputy leader The CabJ %  aleo decided to maintain earlier voiced objections 1., |hr dnfl treaty and to reserve the nghi not to sign •(, ; p IMIK THAI. tS /A S.iTISFiCTOM) III!iI.Ill AMMAN, Aug. 27. The Jordan Cabinet anikounced thai Brnir Talal. eldest. son of ihe scsocslnatori Rhig| AbduiUih of Jordan, wa %  1 p on %  %  national Coui %  h Is, Turkic. %  : • %  1 ilon eftai ... : %  %  %  Fawd tabled t'..Ri %  i %  1 real in tin %  %  %  1 I 1 %  ruled ha 1 1 1 %  one thin 1 .1, the lesi Of tin VM*. Pog poiieiiieiii A ilted \ 1 : ll v\ I the United Si Hi oluUon submitted 1 %  Egyptian mow ouJ I 1 gain the privilege >>i .t voti U -• Bfu Talan 1 %  the 1 lion in %  the delegation time • %  Egypnan look the Boor again 10 : lution to see whether an] Council member wishes formaUj l in Resolution so n be discussed %  %  I stantlvr queaUon. Austin then %  Triang'i pi itponement ol UH motion. Jeob said he would .igree on the underajandhuj ihat if neb; sponsor the Egyptian R ,\ 1 11 %  iffernoon, then the ni would be the the ipon. The Co ,-il then it lourn until Wednesday—U.P. Mi, OH FKOGK \ M W I.U S'CBED l\ CANADA TORONTO. A ik ^~ Three Cai^dlan oil launched a large oil drl UaU) rich west Centre ii.iiir. ..' %  1 %  1 P. J amaica Badly Needs Every Penny JAMAICA GOVERNOR K NQSTON. Jam.iic;i. Au. 26. The Governor of Jamaica, Sir Hugh Foot, In ,i broad nlRht si-i "in relief meaauraa laken lo cope with tinhurricane situation anil atreeaed that Jamaica badly needa every penny It can get, for the nee ire pr essing. i la —— — $6,000 Snatehed In Kingston Hotel TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise: ">-'" *> %  "" Siinvt: fi.or. p.m. Moor New Moon ftfptember 1. Lmhljng Up: 7.00 p.m. Hl*li Tide 18.U p.m. Low Tide 8.02 a.m mil MS the British irant, tha l< • ere will be e ii lialance ifter the coal art to help poo %  i Additlone %  ihelten. They cannot it are n ..mi hi" unit those on the local l.itllc Lecal I'ouJ bulk ol kK %  .ii be preclou %  little homegrown %  • %  %  %  i %  l extant >f tnek %  %  %  l-ii. k %  I %  %  KIKOSTON. AugU ....... biei of the world famed ...nk Hotel this morning niiri made his aeeape In tin %  %  luring thi ,. cltlaen endt evoured to bold tl ho stabbed nt hfan U I wou n ded %  r %  -. b ader in the lo: • %  led half way aero-* Kingston before the man dieK, tot C.I.D ere i %  on the hunt. S...A.H. (,ivr^ 8210 TH K\ i utn %  John'i An 'ntsum of $240 to the %  i %  to the I nm Ion D i. e ReUV I : %  Uimiilions to the M Capl ll n I A. Pinfold S'.i RUSSIA CAN'T FULFIL TIRADE COMMITMIATS TO (I1l\ i UK Complete Evacuation From Oilfields HBADAN, Augu | Hfi EVACUATION of ttie British and Indian stall of the defunct Anglo Iranian Oii Company was completed today ft llowm^ tin arrival in Aba dan of the oiltieids manager Peter Cox last night. Cox, who made a 150 mile round u'iu through Ih*' desert visiting isolate' posts on I said there are now no Brit< ns left in the oili"Another .fmtllo.i.' N, fujf oft to fudjtt' d hetii4t* ouifvliliun in l'tkm£." W.l.S.l. Plans To Help Jamaica (From Our Otre Correepondent) LONDON i THE WEST INDIAN STUDENTS UNION plane to take .in active pgrl in the Jamalct Hun icane B Dudley Thompson. Preside. I ild mc I formed a tpt cial C immittei %  i H ui i MI Com< whose functions wil. I > %  devoted entirely to %  i Relief Fund. oav< lire dj been i .lie f..i .i Variet) Show t which II perform H will taki %  ion Hall lei II i I % %  \ i \ i Agricultural r %  Flag a> [l i %  hold 1 : Day" i • %  %  • *>.Kdg)and Yard feu* tim%  %  %  rn Inioti The British tie Mi Itii li i .... -, %  ., i,. n %  ell. rtniii of ban %  %  %  ..i the Weei i lui Student %  Imloo I -I tudenl ."i 1 lo OOlleol rlotliill" Carnv n o| Mule the Cleai %  aeter Mi "We havi doo temporeril: .. Huggln ex-Oovetnor of Jams | various t lonlal Bl %  b (PC Ol 1 Muslims Sufftriii" In India Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund A SINGLE donaUoii hy thn Brin.li Union Oil Co. whi.l. rxceMled Uio wttli* colUcUon of the Aral two day* i>u.i./-i tho Advocate Jamaica Rr>ll*f Kiuiil wrll p.-i iti four fl|nr dollar mark y<>-ierdy. The BU.O.O donated IKn lo sund tlic daycollt>cUuiis up to (87 Now th.K thu very dBMrving rund ha* galh orad iiKiiii.'iiiiiiii. it la up io tliow who havi* uul ynt donx to. to contnbnlo AT ONCIi The need ol tile Mifteren Krow* dally Send your donation TODAY lo elUir c( the com in i rein! bank*, or direct to the Cashier. Artvo.itor*cf %  aei eaaa Will be acki.owledajed In UiU iiowipapcr. Hty \M1M \lt II III %  H ) rv Mi. Harold WnBhl a Mr. ~ HJ %  Mai : Klll( s. i..i. n J.hn lll<7* %  %  %  DCa • %  Mi A Mr. J I I I I Ml.. Ann. I • *.' V T t ll.-.lB*. I) %  %  \\. I. Skipper Leaves For iiislniliti \ ;; 11 (i; rncs In Auit tng he told the Advecate u ii. %  i have two (Ooi %  ., i na\< % %  ... %  %  'hlnk thr %  1 i thai the thn 9 FVanklfi V m II Evertoci Week ..mi Clydi B hould di well on the Aueti iltaun 1 MI the Wi I %  %  %  ii. %  %  rfc k.-i fei WiiL.ti hifiit Hire thai chance ol %  n idi roundei %  :>• putl CVPIA thini; into tingBD M Godd ird had hi!..l luneii with h( %  lehed *•• i ,,n.i hli b rn icei %  si He li P f. \V I \ f-n Tniii.l.i.l ail Kn I .S. (HI Sources Sceptical (Prer trail's Oil Stil<%  1 realise %  %  I ll could be n %  1 %  ului li in I price •'< u '"" c hasi 1 I) f VCIH/.IH lau Oil BaitoOH IVaisttl U iNDt , hi I III 'I I . i %  In 1 %  I %  %  %  nt "f ml •• 'I 'I-' 1 i d "the remarh ..i.i. eonl t bolwi today i V< %  % % %  %  i i till Mid ni" %  -. m irnteonomy < % %  vmwj much m IrV I I %  more lm| i p Irani N I'm %  Il;irriin;in. Attire ( %  I | i \ I %  %  I i, i ihe B %  i 1 %  %  %  %  ' %  i hi Cornpatrj I %  %  I .... %  i 1 tntl iroufi i tin HLI %  "'ii ni replKlng ihe li HI: II %  %  %  oneei %  i %  w\e*i %  i %  %  %  % %  % % %  1 i P TV. Zealand Labout Tarty Can Win —/A SEPTEMBER ELECTIONS — wken Strike L.K. Com. I'or Aid Pakistan Ambassador BY IIAXOI.II (.1 \KI IXJNDON. AUK 27 fulfil her commit menu under tr. I Lth Communi reaching %  <* i sources been circfi;!: %  %  having to forego norm.. 1 %  %  %  %  tractors which ii<.rni.ill> % %  %  %  %  %  %  pen %  %  %  %  %  %  metallurgical industry—I.'.P. To J'ca Soon To tte Announced %  From • i LONDON. Aug 27. Composition of die Coounitt* t u deal with jiiin-Mrs Kurricano RelU-1 Fund in Big) be> announced ahorlly ..: i.f *jte .. Mid tonight tl — i,. BwaMad people ;mcfa It" he told %  | givo i ompletc i. t ... ....I II,i • i I shall %  %  '"'k with I reported %  %  %  %  %  n i % %  i %  pertil on <>t the %  . %  %  Indie % %  %  An ad %  i.f ill Wtlll i %  %  i %  rbltr, % %  %  %  i Die I -t P. Veteran (nit Will Strengthen Ike %  %  1 %  I J'CA MNANCE SEC. GOES TO U.K. %  i ihe inland I %  scted to t •MIdinii 1 fi lo I %  p afl %  %  Hv GBORttl M.< \DllA WEI I i".' ii' %  '; %  )„. >,, .. /, i ii Part) could turn ou hi oun< leclt tcmlx %  i e pr. beiblj will nd 1 %  i i %  National Parl' vhoa* in dates are much l< i e publicoye than the I i bourlt I %  H I %  i %  i rti fatal With this slim noajoi ily i itee but ll %  ..caae i boldei "i"' n* %  %  %  turn the trick .-. 0 i i %  i nt on July I I %  %  Laboui me low in I Hi rver higher with the p Sirike Swell ad IfoHand %  i 1 I to break I %  %  i iti< 't in Hunger Slrik* %  %  %  Its arrival -i,l U ll. %  fuse 1 1 %  %  %  %  i c — I'.P. %  I .Oil I %  %  I I .1 t I' lilt \/ALl \ A BAJCK HO '-.WA Aug 27 % %  %  1 i . %  : i %  Iranian Orders Investigation Of Strike WASI IN(. CON Mr Tro %  %  %  %  %  %  1 I %  ... % %  %  I %  I %  I r Ug. T. %  %  i i i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  rv %  %  r.r. WARREN AUSTIN WELCOMES RED TACTIC %  %  %  %  %  %  Auftttn 1 %  1 i r The "ADVOCATE" payfor NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night W/17A7V H" WIS TO GO HE TO HER YlOTiliFIt %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  Her plane I \ i 1 %  %  %  t P


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TOKYO, August 28. Security Council to ask the Inter- staff of the defunct Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
I onal Cou > : . *
ORTH KOREAN Premier Kim Ii Sung and] ourt of Re ie | Was completed today following the arrival in Aba-
Chinese General Peng Teh Huai in a radio France, the Netherlands, Turkey, dan of the oilfields manager Peter Cox last night.
ena the € tates are quali- " * :
broadcast declined to break off the Kaesong armis-| tied io vow on ine necoliten Cox, who made a 150-mile round irip through the
“e ” ordering Egypt to li triction $id . 114 a j
tice negotiations and “demanded’’ that General] ()°)/)°¢ Peel t9 lft restrictions desert visiting-isalated posts on the oilfields, said
Ridgway order his liaison officers back to Kaesong] .. we Be delegate | Mahmoud there are now no, Britcns left in ag oilfields. —
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to re-investigate the alleged Allied bombing on asking for court opinion after Nine Pakistani members of the
August 23. estern delegates rejected his re ° " AIOC staff are expected t » remai
“We vait. your reply.” Com vious contention that Articl | l i Oil Sources and work for the Irani National
vaiialie pot et reply, om- of the United Nations Charte Oil Company. Cox said, “The |
Ss aders Said in answer . ‘ N = ste 3 . . tie ore I
: i aie Ra ade precludes them from voting on the 2p * “™ stages of evacuation were com-
elk Deca ant habeas aie ‘Aggressive Force’ Resolution because they are inter- | . se ptt al Or vail pleted without incident. A set
> Protest li saturday. ested parties wy? : Persian official in each d rt
Peking Radio quoted Kim anc Th t U. S Faw zi tabled the sisiiatiog| Came fran ’s Oil Sale ment took over as the Bri h left
Peng as saying “responsibility reatens = after delivering a blistering speech Cox repo 4 no incider sa he
will never fall on us” for break- attacking Britain and the United NEW YORK, Aug, 27 British staff arrived in Abadan
ing up armistice meetings. Their Democracy States for contributing to the un- “Another deadlock? No—just off to judge a beauty competition in Peking.” Local oi, sources said that Htatriian, (Attlee: Canter
answer was given in a_ special rest in the Near East by helping the Iranian Government realize Meanwhile in Londen the Unite
English language broadcast over BOSTON, August 27. | what is termed Israe!’s aggressive $30,000,000 profit in fix Statin: in ; eat ped Ani awe
Radio Peking at 1.30 a.m. on] Truman said Monday night in} des . aa as : les of nationalized petroleum |e “yo imen conferred a
Tuesday. apparent reference to Russia that , departed from ‘he pre- , Me >) ny ie Skipper preducts, as reported in Teherar |b rine Minister Clement. Attle
Communist leaders intimated!an “aggressive force” is threaten- pared te = ey the Reso- ome e 4 ans O press dispatches, then they mad¢ | iii. stternoon and later at
that the bombing might have been]ing American democracy. In a]!Ution. Austin rule¢t however fh y at least 30 times as much profit @ | \“Vinisters’ meeting to discu
done by South Korean military|telegram to the 22nd nationwi|‘ripartite Resolution is the only Caves 1’or could be realized here currer Se bee 7 cl
forces without the knowledge of}convention here on the Order of the a ect Ria, the F ata e eae Iranian oil eris
United Nations Command. .he Sons of Italy, Truman said hej ‘Merefore indicating the Bgypuan ‘ @é { ( The sources expressed scept ania
General Matthew Ridgway made]2ad long been impressed with the eee ceney This So rane see ¢ . amaica a” ustra ia cism of the Iranian announce Harriman arrived last n tf
a flying visit to Korea today. ~ Order’s devotion “to ideals of nena oe ¥ mount ies par ~ Sou ‘i ment, doubting that Afghanista wo-day visit and is underste
Ridgway left Tokyo at 12.40}/American democracy.” nan ee SFE 38 a OS Mr. JOHN GODDARD. 0.B.R. | Which repor tedly bought Trania have urged the British
p.m. and returned at 10.45 p.m He said: “Today those ideals F ft t Captain of the West Indies ae cil, could use such a quantity ©! lernment to lose no opportunit
It was not immediately learned|#te in grave danger. An aggressive Postponement Asked (From Our Ow: Correspondent) left. Barbados yesterday for ll. The local price of 10,00) toy re-opening of negotiations with
where he went in Korea but it/fo-ce is at pate in the world and! Aas soca as Fawzi ended his ; ‘ LONDON, Aug. 27. Irinidad on the first leg of his | tons of gasoline, as reported pur’ |iran. Earlier today he met Lor:
was assumed here that his flying}!ts shregt to everything we hold speech, Council President Warren THE WEST INDIAN STUDENTS UNION plans to take] Jeurney to Australia, Before leay chased, would SRA eee Privy Seal Richard Stoke i
ten hours and five minutes visit |aear is immediate and constant. Austi: of the United States ruled an active part in the Jamaica Hurricane Relief campaign. | /™% he told the Advocate that hi: | mum prefit, here of $4 y at ied the British Mission’s unst
Was concerned with the suspend- pe : . a tripartite Resolution submitted " > an : - Palen. ltoam has a good chance in Au 20,000 tons oil products would’) ceccrul discussions in Tel
ed cease-fire negotiations Truman said, “Free men every-}). Britain, France and the United Dudley Thompson, Preside, $, told me today the Union has] tralia be slightly less than $1,000,000} Winister cf Defence
As the Supreme United Nations oe ones Alb Denese ie States is the only one that can be} formed a special Committee “the Hurricane Distress Com-| He said “My team is well bal U.P | s1 inwell, who returned fror
Commander visited Korea, ar|70dMIze thekt Re ee a in com=lvoted upon This meant an mittee” whose functions wil) be devoted entirely to raising ae ed and I have two gooc eee land over the week-end attend
immediate decision for peace or} ™on defence of the democratic Egyptian move would not even monies for the Relief Fund . "| bow ie in Sonny Ramadhin and Vv he: |] Oil today’s Ministers’ meeting with
war in the Orient apparently re-| ¥°¥ of life gain the privilege of a vote test . Aes d Alf Valentine, Although I have enezucian Stokes and Sir William Fraser
mained locked in the mysterious We Americans have been called Nationalist China’s Tingfu Tsiang 8 rrangements have already been} not been t> Australia before, | 5 Chairman of the™ Anglo-Iranian
inner circles of international/Upon to assume leadership _in| however mn a Seen Ad weer indie ran wil at which | think the climate will be agree Business I raised Oil Company
* safeguarding that way of tife @ the vote on the tripartite Resolu- vocate J ; West Indian artistes will perform.| able to the boys.” ,
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Oe wate shave often lagged be-| have been called upon to help|tion in order to give the delega- Relief F nraic a will take place at Caxton Halli He said that the three W’s LONDON, Aug. 27 Today’s taiks covered possible
hind in their propaganda comment other free peoples to help them-|tion time to consider the Egyptian ele und London on September 4. Edric| Frankie Worrell, Everton Weeke The Financial Times praise means and wiys for a “way out
in order to make that comment|5@!ves. : proposal i the Mone iain ts A SINGLE donation by the ( One will sing and Alan Rae and Clyde Walcott should ms Venezuelan efficiency in the e¥-lof the impasse’ in the Angle
‘ : li Some “In so doing we have been Tsiang took the floor age British Uni Oil CG 5 will set up for auction a cricket| well on ie =Australian wicke pansion of the oil industry aQGfgranian dispute which would se
conform with party policy me sane ish Union Oil Co., which . ‘ : : ad ‘ N
se t ypose a 48% hours postponement t which ‘ \ as hard as those ot tte fo what calle ’ 29 HI) TK
observers tonight believed that|helping ourselves, Ours is a great} prop Re exceeded the entire collection || '"': ged SE a hl a at drew attention to what MH Calprcure the flow of Iran's 32,000,000
the North Korean and Chinese|™4tion. But in today’s world no an. young on me ree St of the first two days pushed The Trinidad All Percussion}in the West Indies and in some}“the effect on the prosperity ©'} tons of oil to the West each year
leaders are awaiting the final word|"# ition can stand alone and} lution to mu a ae as San the Advocate Jamaica Relief |{ Steel Band and the Ron Somers | °@ses, harder a country of development of o: Harriman’s discussions also cen-
from Moscow on their exact policy. |SUrvive.’ uP meee Sovetian Henolgiion so Fund well past the four figure }| Band will play at a big Dance at roe vp nas ee oil industry by torelgn capital ,.| "ed around the question of re
7 "5 —UP. 5 ne 6) : eae dollar mark yest % {the Royal Bric ns j whose selection surprise some The Times said “the remark ator > Irs 1 fre othe
—U.P. that it can be discussed. The BUCO po $480}! Sepieraber = icultural, Hall on | cstcket tone in me ee Indies, ot able raed net napirdeds Venezuela places oe en Shae conics Sails .
rs s srwise 1 to send the day's e ‘ Me . he said that he felt sure that}igas, and Venezuela 30 years 10
x “ ay He said to Bb otherwise ae B.W.1.A.Planning 0 EMIR TALAL IS IN Se ee iee ee AUstin then very deserving Fund has gath- a e ome ae to hold >| doing well as an all rounder as) trinian propaganda about foreig Harriman and British Ministers
~ ‘ : 1 i . ered momentum, it is ag Day” in London at whic! |he puts everything into the game ‘list exenloitations ve also corieerned with the im-
SATISFACTORY HEALTH |\submitted to the vote teenage. th ho h oh it is hoped to sell ane million flags Mr. Goddard had his last, luncix| Capitalist explottatic sh pact of the Teheran crisis on the
se cer. postponement of the motion. Jebb ose Who have not yet done 1 : ; ~ tan ith pit) Oil and the vital part it lay A a OD SELES Ort)
‘ ‘ Jsaid he would agree on the under- 8o, to contribute AT ONOB, scotfand-Yard has been approach - | in Barapa ea. Goddard} thesetonomy.of a country.)i3 |W Caps. turer MeeNE DT AEE
IN THE CARIBBEAN AMMAN, Aug. 27. |xtanding that if nobody does The need of the sufferers |) @d for permission. The British Kei} v a pe nyt rm wishalt ‘hh “{very much in the publie mind a' wietr and the cy ¥ of the
oe The Jordan Cabinet announced sponsor the Egyptian Resolution grows daily, Cross Society and the British * 4 hi "Toda wcobin in Australia. the moment. And to no count Oe gh a ie avaciies in the
(From Our Own Correspondent) on Monday that Emir Talal, eldest!}, Wednesday afternoon, then the Send your donation TODAY ‘ Legion have consented to lend «}® Ve left tha island last night by| bas this production of soil been Va foe ‘aintahs sare sattars that
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24|son of the assassinated King | tripartite Resolution would be the to either cf the commercial || collection of boxes. . - Trinidad en route} more important than Venezuela YO ; pus : ;
Mr. John Ranr, acting General] Abdullah of Jordan, was in satis-'only one before the Council and banks, or direct to the Cashier, || In order to obtain the maximum rae i o Trinidad en route! UI the Bnanc ial collages of San, ns -
Manager of British West Indian! factory health and might leave his| would be voted upon. The Coun- dvocate Office. Each dona support and co-operation of «11 |'? “rave Ne Sor eae ae ees ee
Airways stated yesterday the vad on hospita] within 15 days. ,cil then decided to adjourn until sae will be acknowledged in West Indians in the country, the : oni stati < oS eae! upheaval
i 3 : 7 eC a“ ? a i meava
B.W.LA. wee planning to use act ‘Wednesday. —UP. pt oo Ac | President of the West Indian Nee a pare the ground for Con
propelled aircraft or turbo air- —_—__— arnt ” Knowledged .... $402.20 Students’ Union has written a pe: ane a hour, munist action from “within and
bs in ee ahs Snaaeen| i ADVOCATE co LTD | sonal letter of appeal to organi- sutside.’
pete on equal terms 2 on. F. C. Hutson, ML.C, 20.00 sations and individuals. West 1 _UP
American aircraft to be used in maieca a ee Ss H. Frisch 10.00 dian student nurse: 7. ie
q A Sympathise > 00 an § Irs¢ have as
a ee - yord Shab the ontire| a Aidere cote (Venezuela) 500 commissioned to collect clothiny re ae
e pointe ou a 2 e Hon. R. Turner 15.60 Jamaican born Mrs Carmen | a
2 i ota i 8. /
question of re-vamping B.W.I.A. Mrs. Harold Wright 100.00 Manley, the daughter-in-law of | W. German Metal
with modern aircraft was under! EK Madam E. Ifill 5.00 | “Ys ' i i-law of!
| British Union Oil Co 480,09 Norman Manley is in charge of:
study. ! \ er . enn ) Mr, & Mrs. E. W ithe Cle : ; strik
: ; i eee sa fa : arance Depot, . ‘Cop rTry 7 Vaya EE \ v orkers Strike
bE ee a mienatian 10.00 In view of the hurricane di | —IN SEPTEMBER ELECTIONS
; M ot | John Blow 20.00 aster r.” Thompson explained ‘RANKFURT. G Aug. 27
‘ton ha he | AICA GOVERNOR adi en: 5.0 || {We have been competed to aban- By GEORGE McCADDEN More than 50,0000 West German
oats M jon temporarily ot ans f : , , eencynt ‘ { ‘ t
As Mr, & Mrs. J. R. Cheeks 15.00 ||‘ porar our plans for a he ON, Aug 2 metal workers went on_ strike
Sign Jap Treaty JAMAI | Master David DaCosta 5.00 | West Indian C entre in London’ WELLING A | : "5 ifter the breakdown in negotia
UE, A 27 STON, J : A 26. sealer raeD et lag aa0 | Lady Huggins, the wife of a1 The New Zealand Labour Party could turn soi 1e : er , | tions for a three cents hourly wage
THE HAG ug. : KiNG amaica, Aug. 26 iss Anne DaCosta 5 ;ex-Governor of Jamaic ‘ try’ lections on September yu
Sees C.F PETE 2.00 || Jamaica and servatives in this country’s electio | increase
Holland may abstain — from : Hugh Foot, in a broadcast last | various Colonial Students Unions ‘ That e opinion of political ob More than 50 factories turnin
ee ee eee ra tat Rene ce ain gl ean taken to cope with the hurri- BAS Hla 7S ERR (DAY, a OD “are giving the West Indion Stu wile dl er. Oval -d hive afest een pa is that the }eut we vibing from car parts to
in San Francisco according to a nig > . GP Be Rye dents’ Union unstinted suppor servers who say tha ae aeere : ee ’ ‘tal too rere at
Cabinet decision Monday, The] cane situation and stressed that Jamaica badly needs every Westie Otesnee "00 moe National Party, whose candidates are much less glamorous /HUNNet OM te Panktuen Hana;
te ge ae ‘n = > penny it can get, for the needs for relief are pressing. CAD: ae SAR Onsen 15. M li + 4 in the public eye than the Lebourites, will probably lose five |S". asad: and Gfendack avdas of
pine ante vr 1 versie He ars the nt the fe Wee aren Total $1,272.20 MUSLIMS Suffering of their present majority of 12 seats, and will resume powe) outh Hesse State Str ikers pick
SOTLLET'S! vy the British grant, the locaiiy | - : I | aiority eted factory gates he police re-
Minister Dirk Stikker with the ce ’ . ‘ ‘of 36 000 Snatched } . with this slim majority. See A interne
raised fund, and help coming from DO, | rn in la i? ported no violenc
Dutch Ambassador in Washing- oistai 4 yt 2 oe eae ij Labourites may, win these, 0
utside, there will be a substan —
ton J. H. Van Royan as deputy], ee So Sie a ° ; . ; 5 a servers add, but it is an oulsic ;* Government _ officiat atchi
° tial balance after the cost of re n mw ston ote 7 * = ae ae wars :
andor Ve Le he Si that t yu } « e to s¢ x ‘ t woul
leader. . : a sided to lief is met to help poorer people 8 U.K. Com. For Aid Pakistan Ambassador 7 oe ; oldies Sad haa re forcelh Truman Orders Base a t o . ott , $a) state re
sinsaia mainta r vo y 2 ee Ee oN Ug : y les Ithe west zone, Worker -
to the ears treaty and to renee oa esr er iuedfoaibunntercciat toi tom HALA a KINGSTON, mabye a7. ‘ o C8 ROOn ” | tau ae tena 4 z | Nas sh ane oe rs daring ministers In vesliga lion 1 vere report rend to pre
the right not to sign the treaty. sdiately provided fer people liv- daring thief snatched $6, j beet og Rte Oo - turn the tric lsent new wage deman¢
—C.P. en aaowens caaitiens and |from a cashier of the world famed | Be Announced one de f American ew When the Conservative Prime Of Strike 11.8. Labour observer aid tl
aheltats Myrtle Bank Hotel this morniig ' Ad aware sie ye + cat fal ona’ frig Sageplis As | Minister, Sydney G. Holland su trike ould badly cripple W
‘ oe i Ann » eer Ff * 270 (From ur wn Correspondent) | rt 4y an@ sincerely acceptea m , . 2 Ww iia ‘ ! economic progress
| They cannot get tents from |&"d made his escape in the maze of LONDON, Aug 27. !the fact of the partition’ of. th | denly announ ed that we ‘ ou WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 \¢ conom rogre
BIG OIL PROGRAMME | America but are negotiating for ne eres aed te hold the | Composition of the Committee sub-continent into two nations. a pe ti - a inet a 1 " ft Mr. Truman on Monday orderec |! “pread.—U.P,
aa . tents fr *ngland and thev |4 citizen endeavoured to hold th + “ ee oa H sert at Wee th ew predictec at Labour ‘ tana: os ization: }
LAUNCHED IN CANADA | $000 tents trom na 4 on an robber who stabbed at him and Oe ae Fst teed @ il Beak ite the br abi formant . gain any seats in the election Inve nee oe * er Naor
TORONTO, Aug. 27. market. at Pe OS Tees. aes be announced shortly. Sir John | dian Ambassador Madame Pan aor = one fur ih if th AAR writen An aaa WARREN AUSTIN
" feo . ‘i é oce ystanaer > 1e8 ee ie Chi é the dit whom se accuses of conceal- | ime, i OHands sto 7 oc off their ~
Three Ca.adian oil companies * . The chase led half way across Huggins Who is Chairman eS el ing “that Mu sli in : India vise never higher with the public triking employees t all j sa \WELCOMES RED TACTIC
launched a large gil drilling pro- Little Local Food Kingston before the man dis-| Committee said tonight that weeriiy oi ditions of inseosurit Strike Smashed walkout in the interests of nationa' |
; se ontis ric = 2 : . ies were still being awaited 5 vi ons © 7c | ‘ Bs lefense NEW YORK 7
gramme in the potentially rich 7 ‘ _-. tannesred. Kingston C.LD. afe now|Plies were sti Bnd terrcs ; P NEW YORK, /
7 an skatcnew: s » bulk of locally grown | @ppeared, 1Bs ? " ert: > > Holland then smashed the vio é ; “paket es fi
west Cenm age: sets age COE ieee ee dais the telen on the hunt, EROS: Cer eet RECO An advance copy of tle) jent 22 week old strike of Lefti Chairman George Taylor of the | Warten 5 oo th «Ur Fe
Superior Oils, enera FO Oo ace a aie aiiad he SC aie “We have had several accept- Ambassador tatement in which! gock workers by declaring a sti Wage Board sent telegram to | States delegate o the Unites
leums and Bata Petroleums pooled| were destroyed there p — he claims that “indis afraid of : tions, commenting on Soviet
i ir aie or ition and drilling re-j cious little homegrown food in the ! aneeg in” he told our correspond- arhfe Ae , Nd . sey Is ara Of sof emergency under the Pub i leaders of 58,00 strikers, members |v re ihe Japanese pea
as Ss eat agreed to take laext six mon’s and Jamaica will .? lent, “but it is too early yet to tial. Saige t f a spe ian ol Safety Act and using naval ae f the International Mine Mill and of asi noe, anid: “We have ev
three-way split of profits 1y! have to depend more than ever S eA. Gives $240 give a complete list of names.|oe tiny disputes. witty Pakistan” | Sonne! to break the strike. ‘Th smelter Workers Union, India ; n to be wary. of this ne
a IP. | before on imported foods, I hope to have several more} â„¢ i Dates ee tle wae A popular public mo king them to return to their jo ve Siesta et
strike.—U.P. | THE Executive Committee of] replies tomorrow and I shall|W® made available here. re rity mattitain ae 7. tactic Austin told a me i
" a Par.iomentary itiei ” a D WiameteeiN
He urged people to immediately | the Barbados District of the St!make am announcement as soon —U.P. Nem 44. TAR the uieattoh’ ¢ i\ ra ( Co ee eae
TO-DAY’S WEATHER start planting food crops and ap-)éohn'’s Ambulance ~ 3rigade h 8 as possible.” anit Mnsntla sans diac C0 anata if weleom
CHART pealed to larger land owners to do | donated the sum of $240 to the; ? ,, JCA tINANCE SEC. Pirie ate atthe: Mesh vefai evar ANC iaiane aera tated
this to the fullest extent of their} Brigade in Jamaica. | Bishop Dale who left for Ja- OES tc commit himself in the contr e walk-out
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. resources. Owing to the urgency of tl! >| maica by air today took with G TO U.K. Loon Gait "Cera tAA ome peop | The “ADVOCAT F
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. lease, this money has been cabled] him £3,000 for Relief Fund, ari (From Our Own Corresponden ee " ht ai" dance kee ' Truman ordered the Wage Board |
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r. BARB AIH1S ADVOt \TE iri:sii\v. MUST 2i<. i:.i H. '. BY CARL ANDERSON A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTH!! WINCARNIS TONIC WINE ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi* customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Pkgs. CHIVERS T. Tins TABLE BUTTER (llb.i 92 JELLIES (2 pkgs.) 46 IO Tins COOKING BUTTER (51b.) 390 7.S Pkgs. JACK STRAWS 61 %  ' I Tins KLIM P. MILK (lib.) 135 I2 Pkgs. QUAKER OATS 54 10 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street VO W HE A D Ytt ADVOCATE YEAR BOOK AND WHO'S WHO $1.80a e o PH —\nvm:\VK STATiOXEHV TELEPHONE DIRECTORY IS NOV. BHMG PREPARED SUBSCRIBERS Examine JTOUI listings and notify us as soon as possible in writing, of flnv alterations you may require. No changes run br made after the 31st of August. 1951. Extra Listings are made for a charge M S2.00 per issue. THE BARBADOS IFIKPHONF. (0.. LTD. — Bridgelown Jumps Slreel P.O. Box 272 ADVERTISERS Please apply to The Colonial A (Bwbadot) fr all lul tfarding rtlslIU in tlM 1962 Telephone Directory Which will include lhe m ( l.i"ifi 2 S*t X 36 1100 X 38 ..MOTOR CYCLE.. 325 X It 300 x 20 300 X 21 .. BICYCLE .. ECKSTEIN Bros. Bay Street — Diatributori — Dial 4269



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PAGI IK. Ml r. Mill Ml.iAIIVIK ATI II I -im MUST 28, 1JJ1 ALL WICKETS AFFECTED BY RAIN Mixed Fortunes In !nl< riiiiilialc Games khi .HI but still b ': i st day in the %  rorkct mat< i im material I % %  %  %  %  nun I or McKenley \\ ill I Jamaica %  112 runs, C Trotter 44. LONDON All] 1 (he %  %  %  THE SPINNER RAMADHiN aa\eptaluhiy t.i ncltlk wickeu. He .p. II> UM tuii lioiii w. i hah tits goodly a well. L 11 Tbi w the CiiKli-li itn .. arrived there What will the Australian towinioiit be? Skip per Ooddaitl expect* Ramaaiui. to a., mil vl.CC. Brat Canada in First Test B i Aug. •£'. Canada bv an InniniiI : lag* on FribtinR put in t who won the to* M.C.I at elShl % %  %  %  _c.r. Sport8 Window WATER POLO TIMS ..rter noon's games %  Hi p i PI) Swordilsh vs rhc games will UM Aojuoth at 5 %  VlUl i M .i % %  ( IIIIIIIIM: CHEAPER TO DRINK? Soccer llYsilltx %  ... . %  %  i UP 127 '" % % %  r.iru in l n A A A Ihal be KINIMN Results "'• |1.V"I %  klnejdom folio* v. i Cup Division B ri Alloa Atl Un* would 1 | United Ktlmarn NEW YOBK. laxea the And Uanlghl Congress is .. %  tjon of •. oil %  i :1K HOUM %  r collecting on imported educe the tax by about own are being %  .18 runs 1 1 i lint, • of their %  %  % %  %  !ii' will Police. Empire Score Victories ' hVI Athletic I, Dumbarton l MN -his reduction .... Si .;,., tM-eevenu of Btenhoueemuli I FWklrl on the water in %  %  ocore victories ;! ?TJ££S thur Wlnt were th> - BrenUord 2, itoihvih unpertera Association. s* isnfle >i innings ,IM I .H, run* at v,iuu>>.aiii n li -LI ,i..i diii.is t **• % %  • lOulem, W Tlitr V £ J I'reduction would be imend v ,.„,, y*_V w wrSLadi'v 3^ *• portent to ImportersThey could 1 but between them. theWi T^?2S.T OJT? mrmlrumam * * prtceol Scotch and aell Un£d E £. %  -* A m eri„ dlslUlla thai HuU City i Swaneea Town i. '"" Till HI,' vvs mU v not lxn dismissed ror 163 % %  , ... , !" | on^hnngmJ surorisS „i bowling 'nttte quarter m English Laague Dlvtton111.. " Northan flai p HaltM Town 0Bradford City I, Un. v.'-.i rat lea of the 4 a 10. ,„]„ city i CarlhuC 'Jnll %  : eta 110 which ] . %  S ".port I. C<:t' %  i.ilf. ' %  .'. %  -.iiiclru IUI with • rue %  bile W I 14 n epll< I'd Its runs %  %  ored .in outngh; viriorv ovej Leeward In their ard %  i with inn had colleeled 21 i I | took both w'uket* REGIMENT t CAN l c Ulltl ESS —t GaVfnMfl %  i <\M\(.Fm>.l C a Hunker A Phin r Btawaet i> li... I C. L*Ian i awifM I I. l^WlM* II Marxian not mil %  %  11 H ii w II I I 37 4 4 14 I A MrKfini.1 — • *l 1 I l 4 %  i:..-liard 9 %  r Ihw li rimkc • t. WalU %  m %  i> %  !. %  uu AtaJel (-.1 tfH i iirpoaa i I repra The In thei < .. %  ,s i% % %  ... On ti. the Japanese peace ireatj eoni 1 i-' '• Laoo naxl i The JapaneM* delegates pi m to ask the Rusuluns whet baa h pptmed to 340,000 mlaalng Jap war pf'soners. And they are also „ .. .,' t!"" 1 '' i" k ,e Hussiana to give H-k lo Japan the Southern Kuale Islands as a gesture of the Oldhaoi Athailh t. rranroere R. g ... 0, Stockuorl Count> I ROrhKuHle* war* granted to SIuL i ill, 0. Worklngion 0. Wrox ham 0 M %  — Uw Big Three i Kl b3 Yalta. I-. I'h' '.' "is. %  Ull^bv Results ^o Play Yesterday r thai ceon nnli Empire hfl %  i %  %  leket im victory %  foi n first im, 1 Combei mere when their %  mlofl. Bsttll believed Jamalea bad DO need %  %  king %  fooli-ii Becauaa Jamaica had at ,/. %  this time hoc or tow (lir „, 4 j ehM athaetaa, it did not coUeaa replied with N lh1 the island iniild M hrom the othi I !. elationknocked uo 101 always be so fortunate ,.* th rum the le i %  i would !>%  .ml-. federation' 1 ^_ ^_^__^__ over PlckWlck. ItiiTllnr on the %  t. HI Id ij on wel wicket, Ph ki wi.k scored 4" rum o( which 1XJNDON. Augusi re alts of Rugby i ,..i, ,. hj umee p!ayed Batuidaj I nlted Kingdom follow BaQej I I I sal In lit. Ilelle Vuc Rangers (1. BBUTord 15 Bradford Northern 12. I I CardiB L0, Bull 31. i: Acid 21. HalUfox ". Wigan 2. Bull Kingston ROW I dnea ifl. Hunalel 17, Werklngton Town in i. ii. Oldham 15. K.H bdale Hornata IB, Barrovi 1 st Helen 33 Uvarpoo) City 3 Swlnton 'J2. Dewsbury 10 WakeAeld Trlnlbr 36. Vork 9 Warrli gton M, ueadi ^i Whltehavi %  lar o —4CPI THERE was no play gue erlekel match yeeterdey lo the the Inter-Scrioola Toanjulai Touxnameni between Queen*! College of British Guiana and enrrteon Collen to beai j i aim the "uifieln was well soaked and the iidei water To-day is the 1.:' -.J.1 th itch, C i, t a %  It I %  Extra* I 1 D v. li'iWIIM. I rVANDKRKR PI % %  W M K --.,t tl\;il 41 %  i n 41 s^ i %  L I-acker %  lot IK gnd Ml JofM %  I HI replied with ion %  i %  | en 71 now I ed when Thru Kore M OAJU.TON re. v BU.C. %  M 1 i ... .. I i D ONeale SS W ('.oodrHliie, 3 In M ) i-AHi.TUN M (B. Burke sv. H Peierlluik... II si'AHTAN v. EMPIRE -lit Hunk Mall awmi nm rmntiai CENTRAL vs. 1'tlLK I at Central nmiAi. i ..-4* IE. I H ,.. lor IS, C S--uly ltir for YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Oodrington. Rainfall: .04 Inch Total Rainfall for month lo date: 8 71 Invite* Blfhttl Temperature Lowett Temperature: 71 '. 1 Wind Velocity: H mpli Baromster (l> ami I %  |l TI. I ' -"i %  WHAT'S ON TODAY I ourl of OrlKhul Jurladte. tlon and Lower i'uurU— 10. a.m Cricket match at Harrison College (H.C. va B.O.) — 12 noun Meeting of the House of Assembly — 3 p.m. Water I'olu at the Aquatic Hub — II .fiis-.M Collece vs. Flyina Elsh and Whipnorais iv Suordfish I |i in Table TennliRarbadoa 7.S0 p m. UM.MAS run IHI..I.I %  ii.. 4 ii a %  m u, Y.M.C.A B.< ) — %  n u.. .,.,,-, V. Smitl! MA. i Gillati C Pre..-.*! i S-ls i, A a II Se*l> i Ham.i r. Woes I.I ft li WIN-I "' %  MI I U I..i (MI'IKr %< LEEWAI LFT.HAlUt 4> iK TholnUi. Beeklea T lot IX I ; ihinA i Bar is > F.MI'IKK > I.II %  MlckeU IT i' I i BRIDGE ,T3 ay M. HARRISON-GRAY Do not mistake a cue bid i 'lie uid.s are apt to be dUv trusted by the In lent >'d player, who II i I by the memory of pa.si : iphea due to mi.* the purpose I nn. r'. bid In a new suit Thla can tome aboii \ d %  b .1 in I) -tund like % %  uu Out K> Ihl P ., %  %  %  v IO pla* %  he haul illi a mi.! trvmp ill a pi cuulj b mad % % %  deeonnn.Tion I to lind a pin%  b:d th • Milx.equem i I %  UUtUJ io *>on:e unmak %  ,. irlten con ten %  .i IM I'd is to mane qu that r ail! be lerogn i 1 %  the cue IILII even thou ind itnatu.e will i CarlfleJ on a la'-r When ehe king up ner i luspected rue b poini to m be '.I.Mi (o DUUU %  1^ monly tilsunui'i-titaod : One spude -TO Bpeaes; Two Ho mnnps Threi Duunonda Re^ponders ha ml I I;:< %  raise, hw v. means thai he doe?ni %  slari He is merely trying to 'be salesi pluvali. with a hand of th &f K10 3. 7 • i This c.xan.ple ,.:> r. trump suit delli U agreed I \ based on three trunt : %  i K sequen rs.u Bpadei fhrr n t %  %  genuine, and t:i The nuns so iilei I %  l %  I D %  'ADVERTISE l\ TIIF. ADVOCATE i: 1 DANCE TO-NIGH1 X HI BMNimoN ay2 " *< RAIN50IPILL5 Slopped in 10 Mliutr It la oo .. %  %  t m aiiry t at". Mlna. u.l.ini and tonnaot Brotm I tinea ikadlo.rarT of Hviaaffarn,. i %  • I "•inidi Hfsaa IUUTi •m 10 minutaa nod sol aaO* ai !• pain bui atao uku oat UM t". IJ. %  i..|n blaxllnf and iimk—a n.i irrllatton thr.'.> curblD| •Utar I: '. r u ,d b PH.. aura aa Had. Nrr"nut*iM. narkkoha, CaMttgati leu of afiargr, dabllltT. ana !•' llapeaiiion. Q*i M.faa fram • %  • %  %  today aadar tka aeiii, cuniiti.ra* Myia* mull atop rout ^*\r ai..l iroublaa or moaar aaek i confer" i ,....,. Q*I A Amosan rr rrn'tuHMMHS M.UI* Fly to Europe No finer woy lo trovelno better lima than now. PARIS <; %  .. (I.m ever dur ing its JiKXKb Amu vvr*aiyand now oul> liourj from New Voil l.v dlreot "Strato Clipper* Hlgltt.. ROME Fly one , M. Pan. — one way via the A/oii->. 1'uftiiKal Sj i'.:i andtheKrencliRivteu. LONDON Plan yout \l>lt BOW "'"I"" WB lamous Festival ol Britain 1* in C rogreu. Get there (aster stay ngec — by Clipper. From New Todc, IIU.IUM I iA Clipped provid" liequi nl icrviee to 2-3 Bea*apBBi Cattal ofler a choice of three trjns-Ati.uil Ith-am-1lam and Hrarl Ptop Ihla iliwiwo m>w -nh in* 24 houra. tida ata nxiutli and leeth Iron clad guarantee I inu.t mah* your mouth ••II and ; A mans f** choke..^ 7 this Chase Sanb Here it coffee with the inviting aroma, 'he heavenly flavor thai make* e.rry tip a ioliilyinQ exparience Wilh Choi* & Sonborn you get all the flavor your rup can hold. Ask for Chase & Sanborn today ii § %  : .voii' HAH: IX STOCK .. GAI.VANI:D COH1UIIATI I) Sill ITS —': S' III x 24 Ouifl R' x 21. Oaugc GALVANISED SAILS—Ml BbM GALVANISED SAH.rv HASPS MM) STAPLES, LATCHES, PADLOCKS GALVANISED WOtE—Two si/.. IDEAL POS CLOTHES l.lNl.s 'cmSlM. HARDWARE SU PPLIES DIAL: ISIS i -. -. -.-.'.'. laaMaM aaRMMaw .\ BOWRANITE Avri-coimosivi-: PAINT I SI: Irea and Bteelwerk i HWI eetraw ben-aih %  real of IlilWK \Niri;. Proof anmslheat or told. 1'ie eorroetre air of bla elllea. vill ipim> and aea-water. BOH KASI'i f iucil bv enelnerr*. ahlpplnt Mites, ilu.k autb nilieand pnhllc and imlo-lnal t-onlraelora ruri'i-f. voi SIIOI i ir i si; IT. TM | ueh. Flexible. >el MOII CllaWtll. KHVatANITI l| made In mint V.tr.tliw


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rti.l FOl'R I1ARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, AUGUST tt, 1951 BARBADOS^ AlAOfrtTF MM *t BM *<•••* to la*) r Annul ts .Ml Dt'lay To Ships PROTEST MARCH IT is good t<> Hi insalg IICKJ and (hi -irch Union on Saturd or no harm io business In the City, li the value of the march li attirriatad train purely political point • >! vtew than it might UaJ tor dioi aplriti but avan aa a partially gffaettv* check on the conduct <>( the Govssiunstn Of South Africa n was to say the h ineffectual. Il had been pointed out lo this newspaper, and was the general concensus of opinion, that Barbados ha it could when the House of Assembly, our electi I ittve body, had passed a resolution ol proti the maltreatment of coloured people in the Union of South Africa and aapactally %  I Hilton King a Barbadian seaman who had been killed by I South African Policeman. did nothing but attempt .t show for the Barbados Workers' Union and the Barbad sive League and the Barbados Labour I ty in the now i %  %  put on the i %  I because of adult suffrage. The march had nothing to recommend it. It did not and could Hoi underline the pro:i the House neither did th) | of 10,000 Barbadians instil any tear Into anybody and especially South Ah M thousands of miles away. it was also a pleasure to learn that the alleged threat by waterfront worker not to handle cargoes ol South African goods was merely a rumour because next day when a ship arrived With South African goods it was unloaded without friction. 'Die position becomes more Intricate now. The workers claim that they will refuse to handle cargoes of South African goods "when they have told the merchants not to order them." This means thai some particular Stage the waUrlront work m ii Barbados will teU the merchants not lo order South African goods ami if they do. theseCargoes \MH not be handled. It mif'Yvt sStm t- MteM the >-\ \ some people t,i believe I it of South African goods in Barbados would tend to ruin trade and co isrcs In the Union; but an examination "i the facta will show that the quantity of South African goods tor the Barbadian market la fust thai quantity which establishes the claim ol trading within the Empire The real Issue, however, lies in the right of the merchant lo conduct bis business as best suits him to catCI to tha demands of the market. That is why the Government laservas the right to issue licenses foi the Import of goods and to aaj when the people of this island shall trade with others With whom the Empire is or has been at war. That is still the peculiar province of the Co venimeni and the Government alone. And the Barbados Workers' Union is not yet the Government of BsrbadOJ spite the most unhappy and undesirable • I hat high ranking officials In the Union have been allowed to be members oJ the Governor-in-Executive Committee without lirst resigning then official posts in the Union. Another consideration which mi| nth dictated this usurping order is if goods were i : from non-sterling areas where the pound is at a disadvantage and would have cost the consumer more But South Africa, despite her deprecatory treatment of minorities is still within the Empire. It is not strange that this should have been raised during the "pep talk" %  peaches Saturday affarn on. The ii.uiJt.dos Workers' Union had Itaged a maiel; which had ii res it and which did not nv Farther; and soi i it have realised this ami .:• %  %  irn [i ,-es an which would punish the Barb.i. %  Lant and penalise the Ba>> badian consumer without affecting i:i the least, 'he South African exporter. it must be considered ths goods which dictates the ot the consuming public and if South African goods bought within the sterl i will cost less a duce the i • livin: lar an of the Barbadian consumer to buy them. The tl demand the cessation of in tuth African goods is than the march on Satui day and ed Into i ution will be fraught with grave diffl culty. The %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  luaeaoonIrtbuUns t" U a ecmoroa of that cou In IS10 t : iad i n lac* that y loads I %  1 : 'ins similar matin i 11> an union rota •; U tor any iht) 1 week-ends ant I Bterdsn .iii.l Hamburg %  %  %  \u (Ms and i] %  I %  %  tenci Hint mm 100 ' V I M\ I Mil < %  %  %  %  Ida whit/h COUM be of tl %  me, thai then m if ii eoasl re is always H %  i %  V ill Like Use a stale hips would %  u would on otbei ... i nay not be the deliberate Intent %  %  .. %  %  harbour here would iwt aaeesyears .!,.! S.m K..1.1L-C0 wan an example %  •( one •( lha finest hex. Mil in the world pai I Ictlva practices of \ ca-port Is oUm compaUUve buatness in H, %  appsd, but -i flew might hol.l that the %  tats "f affairs in Barbados would mala Bnandauy hazardous %  ud or up-kMlaSs i %  i may %  un from £5.000 to 110.000 IHT day acoord%  ci at scu or in (M.rt. .Hid whilhri curgo is bStal worked or not %  of |(l ed here, M there Is no sound leason v,h\ thS people el Trial h d n Bt un -Mould b< pans I ad f< the %  % % %  unions Wrantva IvocaUe '.hink lo gain by %  cool to the ships ol longer slay in the poi i ma shipowner* jn' I* ginning to regard this fair island as a financial plague-spot. I like to nuk. that I am In favour of the tegiti'..iiom ol lbetter standard of livm*. lespect I can Bland < % %  %  td as an employer lr in th*inou-.ui.i plan tor which I was responsible fa ears w* had no laboui Ad In tact had no union. i 01 was because the emIII nol want one. The. •ivinced that they ha<: nothlna to gain from a union, bu. might have much to loae if lhe> found themselves somehow to u oi a nton with DM wrong kind of leadership, such • %  many unions have lo-day i %  "iiUiie* By lha wrong Kino ship i m ea n thai of men who i*'isisi in pursuing policies thai ignoir the basic facts of eco mics. One of those facts IK that no man or grouo within a c nuiiuly oat) DMUU lha laws supply and demand and rk in reverse tor theli s(HTial lieneftt. They m.i %  may think the for . lime, but tOOMr or latei and probably so< nsr, their arpM bring retribution in the form o< dte astar lo the svhola commimii %  .nose primaruj l thai wboevar %  a in ii ia case will i warned in time of ID per ton looklike 11. H Ihe wall for Barbado dependins on ahipa so onipietei. as we do. THE SURPRISING DWARF Mm UN HOI .i ii atom i L atare i aUba i -.ovcl. hva-i an 1 aristocrat by blrtli. a dwarf by accldent, and an artist by innate %  i rouloua m i f the %  reel e First Ci the Hol| ( It] 1 %  1 Mphonae da Toulou .in ex%  %  %  I. Tl dwel %  b i I rode m II"' i mSro on which he ha i it pau ed in thi nd drink Ihe milk MOD of tl.i %  %  • %  • %  III'!.' I.i I,' .1 had a bod] a inch dan A inchai in particular, they dan, i %  %  Roufa In i TIHIMSON TOVLOUSS-LAVTRSC. Heart, %  i tin* dam inn and nulacmo aleaea ireuah the nlshti their habit |g and thl painter, M, inunortaUsad such i %  %  n .i Valentin I %  a i-orpse and lam <^\ lira and I.I <; i %  utton), w tailed I" I round or I Ihe l %  IIi" i .HI : finished %  in'ii-%  %  i a nineties don a IS) t tl %  ih oi t| line. He el o '!! ii. to which an %  i careful to oidfiah Into Hi" %  %  i ih.a itolMKly drink from I that a police every* here ToulouaeLautrec Imagli ed that .i local Ira had taken %  %  b %  %  I'-Una that ho Comte %  %  calmly; "Send ii There %  i %  unnoticed • ii the nohiiii> are %  .. i ant las bin ilk aaylum from %  i merged lo die %  little 1 Iten | 1!" I 10 ana Of Die family ihs father turned up ot the death-bad In greet fettle, aniMunelna that, owing lo his corns ha would folio* the hearse on Told thli would be lied. -Very well [11 go ban Even eleven roan later the %  • had not fart his spirit. Learning thai a rdogranhy ol Irj then woi Id-famous) wi men, ha challenged the .Hither lo B duel. A i iar he claimed the right to light %  acting in a little Ireneh because oj hlaeerna. The author .< mere serf, would be %  >lefend himself %  OOOrd* mg to the laws of chivalry, with lie side of the Toulouse-Lautrec family, reedera Rouge will gleen little BS9 may even decide thai Henri .i^ %  pompous ass capable of saying "By the beard of St. Joaeph, Maurice, d. you know who | m" I an. Comte de Ton; ire compensating glimpse* Itiee. Van Qogh It M-oms. had a mad lough Gauguin •Poor Paull He is one of those people who can't adjusl %  ...-: %  ... %  %  : "If you sec Dctcas. give him W, %  • %  Other any more | nee that miserable Dreyfus all... %  very now .. i then, the author risks a Mood-vessel writing like this: "With a suiklen jei k %  d her to h in clamped hu mouth over hers I kg > bleedingCUD. Time ceased lo exist Aa in a rulgurant dream 'i'.. etc." Thoc f I wll : ceaaed to estot might ears to spend 10 minutes looking at a i a-Lautrec drawing, They will inn! more fulgurant drssm in ii Uian m the atrenuo i f Moulin Rouge OUT Of rills ITOfluLO. tu l.mell llioma. Ma.lNiruUI ltH pagea. if vo i are aolng lo Tibet, aa Ihe LowelJ Tbomasea did, you %  ill \-> take .i few bottles h and the best Jamah rum. Tibetan nobles have a weaknees for both. Should you dedda ool lo eletl Uiasj* Out of this World is almost a substitute The Lowell on tin' Kwrney or which thta is an account, wei received by the Dalai Lama n bis pala.e the Polala. which alsi ..." -i:r ..Mr to mcel th. expenaea M wai md Kxery thing from gold and Mwel to butter and tea is stored in thi cellars. Yak bultei .:. Ihe Tibetan climate for a century Just outside the Potato la -. iiamU' •halt, the top of "whirb broke off not long bagOM I^owell Thomases saw it. Dev Tibetans regard this as the exI lanation of the Communist advance In Asia.. THE ENCOI'NTER. By Crawford Tower. Eyre and SpntIbiwoodr. 12s fid. its page*. A novel of gloomy strength %  in austere uruovabta prtoet as central figure and his absorption in moral problems as its m theme. A new talent In fiction* %  i %  and reape* I • THE SKY IS A LONELY PLACE. By Louin EalMein Kiipert Ilart-IUvls. \9%. fid. 26!t pages. An A'. operating from Italy during Ihi war; tta crew o ten; their M imsMons. then faara, SBjd casualties. Tine writings bitterness; sold.an' language. •THE DAK.IITEK Of TIMI By I., .I.I. ,n,i-,. pj-ier Davlea Ss. fid. 2tZ pagea. In ihe t disguise of a iii-tective story, thla novel trio t live the historical problem WI • did kill the Prlncea m lha lower? WUH1D CH'MllOHT HJMHVll) —1-E.S RESTRICTION ON WORLD SUGAR PRODUCTION ? Plans Take Shape For Empire Conference LONDON. Aug. 17, During the next couple of months two important sunur mttlinns are scheduled to take plate in London The lirst will be between British Empire Producers ;tnd representatives of ihe Government The second will be of su^ar growers of the world. When the men ol the Empire get together. 1 sometime In kite September or early October, i they will decide upon the tii.ul draft of UM Commonwealth sugar agreement, under the! terms of which they will sell certain quanti: sugar to Britain fur the period of flVS alter 1953. How much sugar and in what cirrumstanivs hjuj yet to be finally dei. ded Pol thla meeting it Is expected that delegates will attend from the West Indies, Mauritius and Australia. East Africa and Fiji are likely to be represented through the Colonial Office. Othei subjects they will discuss include I the price to be paid by the British Government to the growers for the 1952 sugar crop 1 and the recent decision of the Government to l guarantee for all Commonwealth ex;i75.00O for the year 1953. at The meeting ol the International Sugar Council, which is provisionally scheduled tor the end of October, shortly after the Empire sugar meeting, will, naturally, haw \ hat wider repercussions. There has \ been no new International Agreement on ( sugar since before the war and one of the questions which will have to be decided is whether or not to call upon the countries of the Council to restrict production. During the war, and since, the supplies of' sugar in the world were not sufficient to meet with the demand. It was thought that an easing and possible reversal of the posi'• tion might have occurred last year for the Brsl time since 1938. But the outbreak ofj the Korean war precluded any such possibility. With the commencement of hostilities in Korea there came a world-wide stockpiling particularly In the United States And this stockpiling, together with that carried out by individuals, quickly swallowed up the anticipated surplus. This year the position hai been much the The possibilities of a world surplus have been reduced by the continuation of hostilities in Korea and a perceptible increasing of international tension. Increased production has met with increased consumption and surpluses are negligible Next year however there are indications that the picture will be different Surpluses of anything up to a million and a half tons' IT have been anticipated and various' estimates have put the production of sugar I for the current twelve months at betweai 34m and 35m—an increase of more than three million on last year, The international Sugar Council are anxious ihat the price of sugar should re main fairly constant, at a price to be agreed upon between the various members. The recent fluctuations caused by the situation in Korea are not favoured by the Council and it would be considered a step in the right ineetion to n,world production figures to world demand. NOW OPEN ! MODKRMSID AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF HOOKS \lVO< ATK VIAIKIMISV f i IIIA I* I .|with ; HYOKNIC Qundred i Kiuh-n jiid Horn* LiKfcASEl'KOOF. MO ISTU H EPROOF. UliKI'HOOF. 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DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Rather than CAUM production to drop, the ov International Sugar Council la anxious to see ^ the demand increased but obviously there ^ must be a limit to which consumption can hi ^ raised In a given tune. It will be for the I; International Council to decide if that limit S has been reached and if that is the case I what steps are necessary to avoid floodir.* lha Daarkat caualng, among other thine< ^ prices to drop lo unhealthy levels. I Am I Svv It From Loiidon Our III.HIIIA VI 111 I. II TIMOMIV LON. I lha gnat holldaj monUi >f thouseaehi %  o I i ti< oi • %  undftubt%  %  I if .II which lha %  %  %  London. Hu Ufa arj H An nV and English books had been him fii'tn Baghdad, and HIhai lent him a horse lo i kkt, Um bs DSVSI %  %  ol tight of hli own b in,| Scotland Yiird drt I rrteesaa Hanpurai much roinsnl about King iaughtar, Pi .moss Marlaret, who calobratad bar Hat UM Hai nf tbia lha piui three ': %  auUrul nirl nly ha-' produced in na—hu had a large number ot frisnda %  nd la a %  %  %  %  tad Bitty i together .i arsat daal during ncant months. Now u,u v invited for a holul.iv Royal family al Ualmoral Bapand wondsni wheth" Ihu rgaa as thaaftugsrsl to grtawniini her boy h %  lloyiii appmvnl or rejectioci Fastival Souvenir The Fattlval ol Britain conil-s gUttartBf, nlomourou* course, acting Man thouaaiiriof fnrelcn vtalt i ich. At the I %  n law, .i Under 1 tival souvenirs may b %  ... I merchan* not wll •toonicr on One Pastlval abopkcapi i Uotvr IWs To UM MttOP, The Advocate, ,( S -i?r Thp M,rr Ui vour % %  *> I '[ 23rrt nmt. re the selection of a I Manager for the Water Polo team v i* a very fair statement or the I a .. "5% -r-1 '> %  • "' UM mtitter H J* that Paul Pbatar is ideally aUlttd I experience and personal conUcts. I Somewhere along Ihe line the O %  imiltee, instead of ; choosing a Manager, picked \ Wi .'!:'-rhe.id because thev thought .* %  lhan *; ;; they did get the-bettei J Ooalie but . ; NON-PI.AYKi; \ 24th August. 11*51 1 %  %  /##-•* SS #'*#*#• .SV*/s*re*/#s I -Ih Tin. HAM Mil IMUI1I M \RMALAM MIMKK'S nan FRt-rr PUDDING U'l'l I <\l < I I'OLAR KoMQ 11 Q il PI \\| r RI'TTCR 81 i< I D I PM Ki i D (it i ami %  -I II 11> It I \\< J & R ENRICHED BREAD a GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM a CANADA DRY DRINKS Phone <,l)AltD'S-W. Deliver ;I I





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II I M>\\ ML! -I .. I .-,| BAR1!\D0S \l' "< Ml PACI ililil I Whore Does The Shah Stand In All This? witti-n, %  I.I"— 'i-r-i WARMING UP FOR THE COKE SHORTAGE ... by * hint l*'l %  i %  In I %  i MIL o; %  • and did i After ( %  ntUl %  •: %  %  bor ho drafted scruffi of thi hrnxi educatc-i In SwJ wholeheai i 'iy. Hli Porttwe A forli.• C28.000.000 wu laid down t Shah. II •way thai i He ha. haodad ovai villa* the roys %  tllOOfJ I tilrendy gone. I 1 %  Banana. Coeoannl Oops Devastated Hv J*can Hurrieam %  (orTMpoodwill KINGSTON, August 23. ropa whirh suffered' most t i I %  re bananai Jamaica i banana InduHry, moving towards lit iroductlon, this ... lugusl 17. %  likely that %  . I ed until and south-east i 11 i %  %  He ha there mu I BrMaio u be sattli Bui >' believe tl I n 'h Mow %  %  • %  %  the IM4 He would not it. The outpul Mirmlei Mr %  %  „ .. ,„ that If thl %  %  %  %  vear or two the p\< en played. ,,. R.000 Bb Health On tho raallMd and pn always beat Ian i I IUDMJ to in the palace. In view "' the full in coconut Since his appei II follow the few weeks asjD the Shan has had 81 Thomas r. oil thai morning gallop, mported iron 1 Bunilarly, nd] F u Agrccnwav thRanter praseotad to hhi b the nl"sj Ihe^iefnalnd British f the B thia loeal l aircraft ZQoodby§ n'Ltidy, (hunks /or had hM MMl fiou'trs ami wei>thing 1 It '.uv about u t'Xtru 'loiiiri.iu c-i,;iil / call a. unit N..J linker I E\|intM Set*** Move To Prevenl \| M i|i| illl n :j 11 i i\, T A Fcsa Legislators labouring Glasses V>l*\va\ To Gel Whales Ma, 5 Salr ST. GBORGaTfl t With ;. tt aaa a ntefJoi Legislative Council on W* %  % %  Rh tiw law %  %  ....... Unions. 8 1 %  lln ISaUotl of UM I % %  I In them. Another n mi mukinif ditrefptTifui rc-fen tiuue and increase the I I %  %  i and wat prejudicial l<> Uw in colon) —So Was It Tho Food, The Politics, Or What? r and In 1052 if %  .i. td be me> kins. an earls I i, Dr. Ad.ini BOhnU <'i M i Bervlea n show a tlie Offlc" P .wlousl 1 Nou i an Bppotntad t" y /tin, i "tin /UM %  /I/H/I HI /iri/iit i/mi/i/u/i// ititrttii /tir u/f// a/hm/m //'w/tiimi-.S o( ATKINSONS CusfOIIU Mflier Givea Evidence In Case Cf Schooneis I'OItT-OF-SPAIN, Auuust 24. • fa i %  i he pttehHlai %  Maracas Bay on W ' aertnsj Into the dariuw from • %  Paliee launcta apoiUghl • li.n . in Not way t lei In the month, have abolished Lbs hui< h nd km.k ..IT B i i OODf %  i % %  : of the day, bu< i I %  II ;!,. umjmOK s N wed :.'i. vatarani that Norway was made fron ration, %  .1 \ i i %  IH I %  Mi*. Af %  cruise %  FOUTII %  i %  %  i Wine Queues Mil \W\IV ix bars m Oslo, and %  I %  :; %  %  t U U %  p. %  %  %  I M %  %  %  hug and %  1 lath %  %  W par annum, while the I eaenl Mi r \v M ink.. K.C -in recetfe i iddltlon t<> %  OUv i irn ilh IravclU %  %  l ' %  The Pn % %  %  i %  mi it i \ UTVT %  i DRFENCK1 %  %  I It.B.C. Interested In .SroadrusfsliiB.tt.l. —Lord Simon Says — Oir <>.I -.i < i -SPAIN. AU %  ish Broaden'* %  broadcasting in Ihe Bri : %  i %  %  %  %  frnatl D I LL n. fcU.l | BI Irmu I tl %  \isit t-, Trinidad He arrived aWl a of the I was met by Mi. I Ken Abla.k Broadcasting Advise, n the fiovernmenU of the British S HI. Hmon said thai the B.B.C Ii sjaunat soniM I trnorauon wa net %  He added th % %  the H B.C.. giv<.. %  AM lean have been 'liking i I B from th% %  i B.B.C, have i• • %  1 uncll there %  in n. SU-jamphsg rm -IMIKI p .. m at I %  I. %  i mpiiig. At !li. %  %  bout I i U a ds at -la milin Hanj llomeleaa IHII DINOI %  ..„y. A • %  %  %  The in,Hint. i bis sort of th %  In or* i i i i III! I Wl.l |OI %  m different ol . u ground Norwi tin w.w or i. II i i 11 J'can Govt Voles tlOtOOl 1 I or Seoills %  11.'ii' ha 000 IW i '"i %  %  • I H .in %  Hit (Pi.lilllt-' i %  %  N II Grenada Council Records Strong Protest Against Trinidad Govt. —'/>>/• bfporiing FettuM H. Indians — I n.iii I EUGRAI* i I HIM MEET Till NEEDfi "1 AJ I w COID MIDtl LAU U C0t0C£ ir INCIIH wvSNOia *0'.U §'U tMJ Of cotoom v aom saiM torioN LOnON tMJ Dt COLCCNt MNUCC ; (AO Of COtOGHl ei-;(T iu i tm oi coioflNf a UTIKMII !< 0l MO IIHH 10M. IMIMD ^^v Ttlad Has Good Levd Of Prospt l rit\ -A. A. SHENFIELD— PORT-OF-SPAIN. August 2* The prevailing high cost of i .>.'iih.<.landing. Mr. A A fornwr •... the Trinidad OovernW a special n of prosperity fnr which manv %  nil While agreeing that there wm %  . %  hat the aim should be I nmeni and I UtpUt s'y Uutl %  %  I rnfleld anticipated that ment thai %  tug -a. • %  l %  i ting s aum \'. a effort 1 i %  %  %  %  %  %  v %  Obliteration %  %  %  rule rat Ind R treat* %  also dem.v %  %  % %  %  i %  i ... %  i % %  i %  %  They %  if the %  %  %  I %  %  %  Tnnidad ; %  : : utovenwr*! tiravcjard %  %  i afore I good "e Ilka ild %  %  I %  %  I %  S Mllsfac* %  %  Proper application of I'AN-STIK Maki i ii M Kuarta tali raatac Hollywood Art Mlaa llaarte will be JI Cave shepherd A to I I Hll'W al S.ai Am .nd I.HI | BS. Em HEALTH BENEFITS L> • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange 77i niriii way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  %  <• l| lllll I MllUm LTD.. 1 US J0 • % %  •• %  % % %  ll„ .,.. UUJBI ilamff % %  aaaaaa (%****36* M*" i HffaTpd t<* vlvanw ihr *y*t>>m Irimt Itlimit iffi/MirirtY* lmpurlti>> In ihe MIMKI may (*u*c rheumatic %  easa aadl pisnVJ and p,iinfui ...mi-. hulls, plmplr* and common kn ilisurtler*. ClaeesrS BUad Mlvlurr hrlp. %  •> purify %  he i.li.i.il. Ii mis.Ihe SySMSB and a*iUfa In r.sli.iinii VIIIKI IHMIIII. Britain's MORRIS Oxford makes motoring news! LEADSWAYIN LOW-COST Quality first molorifh; naiit to naai verld %  demand fur n un. hN I is aeon BjsjlBad far pe<


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TUESDAY. AUGUST 58, 151 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE St. Thomas Vestry Scholars May AI tend Private Schools Churchwarden Asked Aboui Money Distribution ST. THOMAS VESTRY will enquire whether u would be in | Si %  lai ihipi to II i M % %  .• %  in High Judders Secondary Srhuul. The Veatry have f;illri! back on Ihw ichooJg In pi* i tfGoveji nmenl Bcnooli than were intuiim-d by the headmistress ul St. MichSchool that n.me out of 11 St. Thomas ship applicants passed the entrance examination. The parish had two vacancies Reeves that ba Mk members of l" (ill m a Secondary the Guvernriciu to .set up ComScnool. but the 11 applicant-, gut mission of hnquiry if he wanted "I main ranging to Hint out certain things afesBa man 0 to 34. When they w, %  .luring hi> (Mi Bandl%  f the anIWtft ) term of offli plkantl were ellnible tn cnIc L Si GW School at present, the Vesity w t %  Education asking him to MM Into the latter. The reply "i the Acting Director w W n* Kl "' .f Education was that he had been J "V *, "Paired out supplied with copies oMhe ques^nment? V OW battlements were built out oi rocks rhot bounce Church den. The suggestion was In lo Mr. Reeve--' quest inns which fad that a rented house led by Miss Eustace of Rock %  I thern to be reasonable teat* Tlieie **! in three grades 9—10. 10—M, and 11—IS aw rroupfi. i baee im he itatkn rota, 'that no child who If the answer Ohurchv ild the i it a fact that one Effle vitt's name was on the list for amount of money of the could not obtain at leeat 50 per Flood Victim's Fund granted by each paper Is worthy of ,nc Government for repairs to nn exhibition her home* i from the If the answer is yes, what heed b) Candida* gj of "* Bum ' money* from 0 to 34. he would say that none of them were nl exhibition standard. A aUGG£8HQA The headmistress hae011 handed in as one for He had discussed the matter a fI* n V,„„„ _, , ., ,. Qlrla School and they laid Ihcy ,,„„ „, Inc mon „ are at a loss to understand why tWO pai ueular children should /all. Mr. Sandlford said: "1 would It would appear." he said, hate to pull men like you (the "thai thei* is either wholesale Chairman) and Mr. Pilgrim (the Ignorance In tin parish, or the *"ierk> in to the Court, but i am work was above the standard of a* 0 *"* < sit here and let Mr. Iha children Reeves blackmail me as he likes.' He would make a motion that At ,hi * la * Mr Sandlford left to make appiiea ion at the Modern Unishnl lH ln( discussed. High School which was a school These questions were asked in Frbruary Mr. Sandlford said that that item had been postponed lime mid again because no reporter was present. "1 want Mr. Reeves to know". he said, "that I have absolutely no intention of answering any query from him about money handed to me in my capacity a* Churchwi'-den. "I am willing to treat Vestrymen with certain courtesy. but I do not intend nnswering this. "If the Colonial BV send me communication, I will reply to it. I suggest Mr Raatntl ask members of the Government |o set up a Commission of Enquiry." Mr. Reeves said that his chief TENANTRY ROADSNEED REPAIR Quakers Road Under Water NIK bam rainfall La s B % % % %  I Ian in.-st a try roads in .> %  M.im of thaai mads which h..\ llttlni repair for yan ha. i gone rratn bad to esoraa, and now Hrbanavar (here la a hi i. ii Korea of mud puddk %  ...' I> is this the case. It ppoai wiih tha Carriage ion's Vill. Along lowei Quakers Road Ua main ruadwn' is m the placa whicl Butfar, ai boonaoui mud puddle Bam n can thrown Ii I Mj .• i'ii good infant) , but thi> i '.. • i %  uses the travaUai to itop abrupi ly and takl M i ha • thaj gpt H I Ihli apol while the drtvan cnuUde '• %  I thaj Bhauld rfafe in the slush < h % %  aj D the careful driver hi to take another road No Wale, Uullrl PadeaUlam and cyclists m oftta to avoid the 1I pot trespai ( i.e.ul>\ residents ai'i result. tminlenU.uiall. making these premise ii danaje r om rot tin If "%  Mlei (,., ihe wall i this particular mud puddle, si II Ml when the lain hag rtOpDW tailing the <•million n I -v.ral days. It la %  %  Huatlon tin lit pee who Uva naai .in,i ail who h*t to uw tlv fh iha rainfall on Sunday on ihv • %  i in (hi district w i omplatdy o less tha trad l>> water Inehai deep. approved by the Department of Education. Thcic w* DO 'lecessily MAYING FIELDS : %  •: %  u 'I Scho-'l The Vestry uppointed Mr. Under the law at pit-sent, any Sandiford. Mr. Reeves and Mr. school would be allowed to sit the D. L. Gill as a Playing Field School Certiltcale or General Committee to consider a letter i Education, provided Bora Government concerning it was a rac to terad school and the hiying Fields. Mjjjj, „„d „„.„,, %  ..,,.,..v:i v, ; 's,r^uu""r„' r ,h p\,^:i ^'^^:.:r,,i^ lr s^ Sa ^L" fo !" s mo, '?rv ,. A Welfare fund and leased at %  rija v lerk will be legally ad,„.,,,„.„, )rn mital of 2 4 centa per vised in connection with the m|mm The' Vestry had already When that was settled. Mr. appointed a Playing Field ComCollins suggested that the Vestry mittce tu enquire about suitable %  hould not be too hasty in da* sites, but Iha money they would tiding to tell the Department of have been granted would have the elementary schools, been insufficient to buy HM land. Mr Sandlford, however, stresst the Director Of Education should he told the schools. "We are not -eekink' to make trouble." he said, "but it must be done." Pavilion Will Be Erected At Bathsheba Mr. Graham RiJey has been awarded the UnU r toi erecting a Pavilion at the Community Centre. Bathsheba, NL JOCI pi This award was made after the Si Joa> 1 %  ii thali meeliny yesterday afternoon, approved the BUretlefl UT the tender. %  %  . Mr. Riley'i tender for $iu.3ou. Johnaon the monti ., B was the lowest of tour Oilier for his vacation. Ii tenders wan M< II !%  carried out lo hi & Co.. Md. for $11,400. Mr. home. G. S. W. Ross. $11,600 and Mr. Egbert McClean for $12,724. Itanbtm mpl wi The Vestry d* %  ibmll RHSVi Chiiirnii._Mr J A ll ... to Government the cost Of the building and the plani foi Ihe approval of the Colonial BnglnTho ciistla lu H.its B.lniitl the "aged stone" a tubular steel %  kahrteo. Old batUementn were liullt out of rocks taut bounce I.PS Caslle Will End In I la/< on up) %  i Nriama imi. north ot the Carrlnjtoa'i village dlit'kt, mm to have bat %  vi rj much u-ite, oil UH-Mmad. have oi.>iou-iy IH-.II iivan aauM aitention. and it wimld appear, III Ill Ihe dl-tant past Most of thein l a clean whit. Ml facto our raportai u ba travaUao along iham yaatarday, alUMsugs Ihoy ware mi anltrab trat M mud puddic Than ba ban w improvoment, howavar of the aruot ahan U • %  i u prising to sc. quite „ number >>! heuM on land where M many ,_,.,, paopto bad lufhwad in the ' l\ hen bathing your tloi>-... 11 SI 'TetmoaoV S (HI/) FOB HUM HI VSONN — Tctmosol' Soap contains %  rednoaol', a safe *H potent medicament which quickh kills fleas. IKC and mher skin pests The Soap is ot" the UghaM quattry, pleasantly perfumed, and agreeable lo use Ii is non-itniAni and non-in)unous lo both man and domestic animals 'Tctmosol' Soap also encourage* ihe growth of a healthy, glossy coat 'TETPWS0L SOAP IS AVAILABLE: IN 3 OZ. TAttETS A pmduci ,.1 Imr*n-I i"hcmual I'harmaocutKah 1-imiied /ICP \ s HrvJcn & S-wn (Rarhado*i Ltd.. Agents. suit .hie Potatoes Come From Africa Three steamships brought a total of 4.380 crates of potatoes from South Africa and Amsterwill begin on September 1 and "lam between Sunday and ye"GI.E\DM.K" Bapaln la "Qlanda l a", proi-.ial .Medical oiticcr's Residence. during the Iwo months that it expected repairs will be going %  will be rented in St. J at $54 a month f. I oil teiday. The S.S. Betwa arrived Sunday morning with 1.200 crates the Parochial ir ni Cape. Town, the Dutch S.S Catliea a few hours later with The major part of the repairs 2.500 crates from Amsterdam will be done to the roof and Ihe * the Dutch S S Her.i called have VOtad %  reimburseyealday w,m another m Anwtordam. the Parochial Medical Officer, for Apart from short periods when the removal of his furniture while n termittent showers held up the building is being repaired -.hipping, a busy day was spent The Churchwarden told the m the harbour yesterday. Seven that a suitable house was ships all at work wore lying In not available in St. Thomas, but In Carlisle Bay. St. James where there was one. Few lighters were idle, launchthe parochial Mcdiral would still IKII place to be reached. Mr. Reeves and Mr. said that $55 was loo figure. Ofnci are Kctt scngcr 'fnp: Collin •hot" to and fro and boatmen Jobs as two paawere in port. Most of the cargo that was Im.ugh! ashore from thea> ships was discharged at the Upper The Churchwarden said that Wharf—Pier Head side and th* $55 a month could not afford mansion house. The house would ner basin of the Careenage. The inner basin wa again < .. „,) for more IkjUl !" !" ST Kbcr'"*it"wi'£ ss.r is. ;jss. c S' s^s SK2S: 5SS U had aanirad him that if he The s,-hoo,-r Reaarrn* which was started the repairs on September discharging ilrcwood and charcoal 1. he would be finished within at her berth opposite M—• two months. FUMMTUMJi After his approval II %  ler will ie refer r ed back to ihe ^_ Sodal Welfare Comn Ltec Mr. Kiu-> will get ahead with erecting the I':r. Tha buildlni roi thi pavilion, the Kami"..Hotel, will be removed to the Community Centre. Already the Rainbow Rob %  > %  which will help to run the Community Centre. This money is being banked b% \u Bodal Welfani Commute"-. Veafn ExUbtlioa The Vestrv nieivisl two appll%  \ > Exhibition at St. Mlebaa SohooL On the motion of Mr H A Carter, seconded by Mr. R A Le, 'lie exhibition was awarded to Sylvester Leacl Marthi Lew b. %  •! Bpa HI I st Joatpl already a pupil of sGirts' Sch'Kil and hi i work ll described as fair. She is youngci than the other applti Arising out of the II Rev. I-. C IfalUUlau, Chairman said that the new bun i| was consecrated by the Lord Bishop on August 16 in the presence of several incnh— Ol thO Vestry. The Au 111 nl of Iha %  u 1950—51 tad by the Vestry and members %  > %  blared 'allowing 'he Parochial. Ti . %  . Insj l^inus j On the bonus, it was iamounts of salaries, plus bonus. for all the clerkships ai %  %  %  nibtldlar) boardi iw* submitted to tha Vest t II .. Mr I. r Sinllh. M C P. U Hi b I dill. Mr A P Mr (1 R IluUon, Mr n A I*e. W R Coward and Mr A. T. King. 25 LB. PUMPKIN* MABKL LLOYD of RogerrRod. aovornment HUI, pick ed a 7 week-i old garden pump kin yesterday weighing Bfl The pnmpfci: two feet long and measured -' foet, 1 in. around its biggest part Tu.Depirtmi-nt ol H and Agnciiltnre told the %  to !" that many pump kins that sice are not found lu Burbadon. The nwcU along Halls Rood %  Hso still in a Kid condition ut >i pleasing feature was the nnnaaranee ol om-r th.-j niis.>s on the lower side >f the id Th'-> ware directly GimtyOfWointdirtg Two Month* For SUiiling Shoes Toi^ullatone Caslle has built roi U %  • [nvan %  and of aaxl month when it. will havi D i 10 i %  II %  cat We eould pets erf the water on"lu"mad' !" s"! t mid .i real castle thnt was down the fUlliaa t iha open fas rhan an rrl'l tnn manj houasa In id Hi Paid MI1U "I this imme.li ,te danger /on,. i % %  %  'Backe' Booince 'i ii" montlu i i bad to IMthg oafon %  %  ulne. hard too. .'.; • 1 ; -i>-'Ari-. iTrmOT Mi .1 R atroaa Iha drawEdward Polio Maaistrata ol over tt,.lift moot, thi DUiricI 'T', who Imed Stanun Talll ol Horse Hill, Si Joseph N I-1| WOUndlni Joseph White %  pi • ,riv worn imootti with aga, Tain appealed against (hi | %  %  Ion of Mi. Idwardi and w Bui if you < %  : ,r| 1 '" Pe> W-M %  PPeal coi %  pick up one of the large !" 'JJ mllUJd Giving evidence IN | %  10 that while was In the Orange Club, Hoi Hdi. si Joseph on Ho\ io. Tail! t-ik up ii ng to nun Mini,' ti,,. ware play-1 game. He asked him for the mom f andl rain refused to give him A right | II All III SOX'S m-Hs. nasw SHII'MIXI or ... •• "ARLINGHIDE LEATHER CLOTH 48/50 ins. wide ( HOC 111)11.K OK SNAKE SKIN PATTKRNS IN lillOWN AND TWO S1IAIIKS OK C.RF.V. IN TIIK ATTI1AC TIM: ANTUUB DESIGN WK HAVK liKKIN III.Cl: AND TWO SIIAIIFS OK BBOWN. I'nccs : Kn.m |1H lo S.'i.:ill |M-r Yard •ARLINGHIDE •• IS NON INKI.A.MMAIII.K. IT RESISTS \ WI1IE BANGS OK CHEMICALS AND WEARS I.IKE I.EATIIEK. TIIK "ANTIQUE" FINISH AND QUALITY ARE MOST AIMMIOI'HIATK KIIK CAR UPHOLSTERY. • — WE CAM Also OKKER A — LEATIIEK CLOTH ONL Y BUOHTLV INFEBIOR TO THE ABOVE IN TIIKKK SIIAI1KS Ol IIKOWN—ALL WITH GRAINED FINISH SPKCIAL I'KIU; ONLY *:i.-t.i PKR YARD on tin op ii on vow '"• It bounces Torqultsa made of tubular ttei wood and plaster. Thei, % %  ( |, ],.f| o| 1M '~ %  %  %  Duiiiig ti, ipture ilfed bj i., s Mi <; B Griffith, Acting Poke* resti [, i Kit! k Wllllami of %  %  %  bode to t.<> monthImprisonment with ha i %  I the unlawful i of a pair of shoes. Musson. Son & Co., Ltd.. attracted a crowd lo the waterfront. The crowd was for the moat part In search of charcoal which Is still in short supply In the island Grenada's Leg. Co. Will Be Dissolved When it came to the question of giving money for the removal of the furniture. Mr J. C. Thorne %  aid lhat he believed there should be space In a lower part uf the house to put up the furniture. Mr. Collins said that if they out the furniture In the cellar. rrnrriia-n -i J they would be responsible if any. -On StPTtMccR 3rd — thing happened t" "hern, but if thev gave the mnnr* for the re• %  >*" Our own CorM-ponavnn movalT the responsibility would ST. GEORGES, August 23. not be place I i ""* d *> J >re ent ^* t£ !" If] Snndlford ssld that the Council will be dissolved on Sep| U temher 3 Two days later a Writ rain cont.nucd to fall as it had of Bert lor, will be taued an; basx Nomination Day will be Se p tan *^n i-,ll-nff riurinS the oast domination iay will Dr tk-p ..._ floor. He eould not Imagln I l)eiig repaired and th* furniture remaining in it. lins put the figure for removing the furniture to 140. %  Ad Mr Sandiford $100. After hearing Mr A E. Cave quoting This was announced in the H %  the Administrator. Mr. Wallace MacatlUan, who presided over n. Honour wai •igures I i-inovals of earlier by Hon. T. A. Marr> fhow furniture, the Vestry decided on in the absence of Hon. J. F. Flem$100. ing. Senior Elected MemL. "'*ed later in the day, having r I.I Hilt H MtS returned that morning from 1,'nited Kingdom where he Tidiford lold the Vestry was an official visitor to the Fesuggest to Mr. tlval of Britain. A tendei roi I I E30n to complete Ihe S' i I was award, i i Mallalleu, ""• i % %  from whom a ten !School Reports School Reports uf tha Vestry Exhibitioners were read lark. All man b> •attifled with tithe Exhibitioni-i Under Wie head < orrospondence :, lette. wai read from U liu owners Of St. Joset>h % %  kbu that their trade tax I' %  were doing very little Mr. A. P. Cox BBkl whole thing was wrong. He thougiSt that tht nutter of tl matter for the Taa R< %  TTl,-•>"•> "|'AN iiseri TIIIH happy fueling can be Man, lOO, d vou suffer from con H'lpnl tun due 1'iU'k of dietary bulk. Ki an ounce lahout j Kellogg'i dCSI Of I nspv V. drink plenty of wat^r' If nut r."i^WW, satisfied after 10 days, sand cDipt y isrton to Kllof Co ol CfttltVitoin Lid M


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I'M.i urn BARBADOS AD\"( Ml [I | -I. \4 \ I . — I -v I %  •" I CcUiih CaJUiwf H N %  %  MO) in %  %  Second Medina fcncU D of the t i -iif Committee %  !i the exception C A 1 '-'' %  Hi k out la lea** % %  daj i %  iv morning. With Barclays Bank M YCE BAYNE. daughter of Spcightstown left last night by the Lady Radaev %  I Canada on three month* 1 LOVELY HEAD WEARS CROWN Old Lodge Boy R. LAURIE JOHNSON, son o4 M: ,i i Hn D I. Johnvon of "Three Ai. %  M irrlvcd ft"m n night Catttm I i I | five I %  ring I I .J.l.i\ MISS CARIBBEAN HOTEL for to* earners Is laYely Elisabeth Valiant* i \l l.ll IMIISBrlU i ana betwei n Hember 10th %  the engineering vt n ff of • S I D d h .i 0 I' inn Co l Ail •ill %  %  • %  %  dt Diamond Plantatioi -ludenl ig. after fom r England and Sunday holiday Conliaani. the Lodge School and is a promi. Mr Lashlr-y who was ,ng young crick, Iff I IV '" *" Barclay. B< quite a lift of toe game while he was In England. Same Day Caribbean Hotel" dnrlng one Beach, riorlda, recently, ll-r . with all rKp*nne\ paid. —Express. Short Viil M R P L •'Jimmy" COZIER, Acting Information CMBetl LASH LEY of • Windermen'". „, lhr Caribbean Commhuinn Worthing were among (h pat* hn-. bOM here on a short visit gcrs arriving by tinf ottlea return In Trinld'.d toi winning the coveted utlp of of tbe many beamy contaat* at Mian: chief prize is a free visit to Hav.i Back From Long Leave M Queen *M Treasure Found In Sand THEY %  BUM I" | '-it. •how 35 people from the Western world of the 20th centurv A D And they marvelled. For they looked upon what n the land of the Qm a n of I It was the Mareb dan ern Arabia -The most wonderful piece of irrigation kno-n to ijs from the world of antiquity;* said Ml Phillip*. 2-ye*r-old leader of those 35 pcopti He aald in London rocentlv: 'It must have made that part of Arabia a paradise, comparable #lth what we road aU.ut the Queen of Shrba's land Bible. "We are completely convinced that 'he lived round |1 lie She cietiiutcU travelled north, probably using the camel, and visited King Solomon "We hope In the rent year or o lu throw a tremendous light on the life and history of UM cjiiren of Shell's time rty under Mr Phillips %  f thAn Mi Ivan Foundation for the Study of Mr ad for two yaan la TOmta the city ol forty temples Gold Necklace With BOO Bedouins the ed at 84 aerag <>t .and and fni"'d temple* and bulldlna* i^ne.ith They learned the history of the kings of Catabam. BbOtM whom they knew DJOfffnafj And from inscriptions the, I'Hiiixl that the otv %  sacked >> unknown Invader" round about 5(1 B.C. The oldest Inscnr back to 1400 Bl' But the city probably stood in the UBN 0 Abraham—2000 B.C Alabaster st.itues twnvatfd included a head with a solid gold necklace round the neck. —L E S Rupert and the Sorcerer—12 When he lads I does no< m.nd I Rupert (*' bo!.i*r en to M, Soil vc ,, -o th* middle be ihe mt t .. dw et.'' h. miw 'i %  "The hand!* | 1 :r.:.on, but wh* U idei'if B*i comkxiaeit." Hi .-. down 4nd then he get* a •hock, lor tS* under uAc A the tm round % %  -he whole •Sm| rise* m the ir. and Ruptn %  indh f' in-. I >l l> MOM %  MMnen M§4 *.ji>i>* Hhat night Ellen went to the strange •'""• M %. .IV .-.-.-.•.•.-.•-•.---.-.-.-.-.•.----'.'---•-5 ..v M OlMM Holiday Over !"" I-*l(. CROSSWORD D" Sea Electrician M i; AND IDt8 PENNY ud id. left last DtffAl bj UlO I for Boston. Mi Mar thi Cnlei Dactr IfARCH.r dauihtaff *dy Rodney h-Penny l< ,|i, V that ANU MHS. J. A. C. r. I> AUER who had been holidaying in Barbados since mid-July. lelt (tat nn:ht by (he Lady Rodney. Tbeir son is Dr. W. F. Auei, CERAl.I) l,AS('Kl l.KS. M.m.iger of the Barbados Gulf Oil brother Of I.oid KartWOOd I and owner of |[elle and Moun Dr. Auer Snr.. is a Professor oil labrated hU philosophy at Harvard University. I v—U l iiiithday the M' ; Frlnce Margaret the cable BWp naatoa. which u ,r r >p-nt the d. v at h.|e% ..t owned by Cable and Win l' U f .„ ii; ,, lor w ilkH „ ,, Leaving by the same ship uvre and later in the tvenln Mr. and Mr*.. Cliflon Wright small dinner parly. Incidental Intelligenca \*Y nephew Is a born doctor %  Noliody -vrltes.— Artrei* read n thing ho f^>rraine ComMANKTWA DRESS SHOP I.OVYKK IIKOAI1 STREET DRESSES ol .,11 Typa IH I.H.IIII 11. \ IIANnBXfiS SHOPPING BASKETS I HKA( ii itftwrm | in Ruflia and Slr.v. -1 M M M \ in Bau lin h • si ,,i id I ..i\ Coknu i llOI'.FKTVOlMir,i;rsv mwi IIII. UHMINO rSOMl [ M4M frntt tnmiH B 1 sl one of 'SI 1 '? I IBWOH %  IHIIW \, (TRACY1. ln I III VIHIMI HIS OF I'll'A u %  . Uini*emnt il Imitlemeiii %  -n -,,i. > cnmiuri I*I BY THE WAY .... f* Beachcomber mi ii of BudapeaL The oda into the n and wrung i hand II, ,in non grip U said heartily, "thb is tnoti "You raitiin dj control price Kbadutea, a thorough ovarnauilng uf aehlnarj or puce ragulation, (.,: aj N affei i the profit. 'on>umer foods, The fixed price and the variable imitnai*. nit not pieiUMx ;• naauth Ui l ft. Mil -' I is i-straetiu A.fred wnn m. ilnieramputiirtl i i \H la -l,m tu .el titeiu i %  water Dooatl. a OqtBian •v*eui; ol r .Si a. Vaoi oroducea pj r %  'pan Ni %  IVr'Ainiiii! tii r.rei H EHE ia aanM lot %  wat day to wnlcB i .,!... .... • ui nuii sin foi I ii I—all m hi lournalials IK Fit the [oUowing baadUnai to frightfully decent' of you rta ro In hifh -pints. Moo Of news to fit the following piled Maoda, "Just lud good maximum nwrgin of actual cost Leadlines. But do not send the hews," said the cricketer. rabMng prlOM over soiling prices can be :tuff to me. as I am going away his hands "Kv-ex all out 14aV o.vrioped in such a wa> as to lo the mountains In a few days; "Nothing could p t taae ma nor%" cover not only distribution but Moie bcapei (in l>Kiger's Back, laid Magda. But Contlm %  %  ., resale, by striking an Over* 1 Hupped," Says Judge. Midran off Tussleworlh's biick like age higher than the cost plus figure khipman Bites Parrot In Half, water from a broken cutter *'l hown in the Basic Piice Table Karl's Niece 1-os. Puddiiig. Plover > be exclaimed, how perfeellv i Down Schoulmaslei's Throat .-plendid' One BO rarely meets .. So'tivt/linii / bit III m r Bfiyjar, I n vnai bo ii Inter d in %  C* Kver sec Hutton but?" OURE1.Y onlv !> " Nllt ^5 of nutrition Intukers will > %  Ah. yood hava object to donkry-meat lieinR sol;i;\ nlMY II %  |. %  io i,i re HOM -v.i-. H.l III lltBATI 4. A l l IV THE OAUBH — ST. JAMES TO-llAV — LAST TWO SIIOIVS 11. J> 8 15 p.m. $ni' piai%  ! UMMI C.l J simis I'BHIH im AOI'ATM€ LIB t'l.XE.MA |M.mb.>. Only) M.A1;IMCaDAN. VWTOB MATURE &f STELLA' -ill. DAVID WAYM h \ MAtllON MARSHA I %  | R.o.,i „„ a N Mll mi AIIII "IIIDAV .*i .uiri K.1.1 p.m. fl'UHl Shows) Rny MILl.AND Hcdy LAMARH : IN I.V##.V" TOMORROW niiri Till IISOAY 5 anr MIMICJI WTI>NFT**H%-V A TIMRSDVY 4.30 & 8.15 p.m. BIG DO' Innrid BERGMAN in . "GASLIGHT" AND "TO-NIGHT WF. RAID CALAIS i in ANNAI1K1.LA .1. hi, S Plumbers Seek fl-ft. OilmHs Padded With Snjil and llultonhook Wile Told "I Boiled II." Skater thai I know of. Condarni I ] pt .1 [t, Cui ate Rido i o Mi'.. . %  with. Korea, On Out Way %  i sijtll nf li'-ullh bad," .,.,1 T HOSE who were annoyed by the silly BttUci veal or l,mil>, if they *.it it contains not only the amlrw-ae.de, but also ajuthi rn i % %  i-e. ui it I silicoid Balance that, you %  home l eoa noiir* n,viN<; anfliuelaBt'a picture t\. u( "Workers arriving tn wktth would be \ n Old frivnd parked I oka on suiile roofs," secrm to im lather s %• the in.ittei of *ausaes then thu '''''* %  r,K,,s -"' s eem to im mlher %  ^,| u .. L „ i Id-fashioned Enormoun hellco|iI %  "'* I.I_I. .1 ^ i a %  ,,in illy nnln %  i Fnalmh Communist)In DorU can console themselves with t ttiought thai ihe EngUeh maa> whieh thousand* TO I toon mwm weary ofl U "'" "2* ? m '^,' n "V '" uwlnl to their sense of humour; '' ,' !",''" ''' T "2 ?£ ctw vlu.l, U uhv their mo.e aolemn ,l '", '" lvr ,,l fmeiifn eemradn daaplaa then. ''"'' %  f"^"-I-H.What M earth an S Rue S3 M %  %  %  !hl "' ,lll! ltk '' '. I ., %  ; ..:.l %  ;. make of the Ennlish delegation which, bored with the official slogan*, marched alone singing "On Ilkley Moor Baht A'?" I hf lliihli'ii Rhinrnvrtt* (\ 1} i iha in hygienic iindarground dti ir.uch the more piogressivt The auUteaittea no imgei IIS what triumph of the %  i| bemg pnurt'd Imported >kuis. I was thi chid to overhear the othc indignant voice SJ> SI* Poimtt I i> % MORROW t laauai Me s Price Btal men! is biised on a cumuSuvt Point 0 ihei called It a sausage. Wild "hen I dropped it. it 0M OM 1 dOf*a brad." Clearly, it had not 111 knocked about and aoflened .), Whj 10*00 ot iham, arm • %  ..t .,\ aia btowi have iieen Kq known to botinea, 1 Margin of safety S UPPEH for two waa laid luxurious apartment MaanulK>. Prom the sumer inouiri^,, by narrowing Ih • a picture of a prehistoric monster palata Uta Strain* of u valea between demand and Supply i limbing a mounlin. 'It was. In % % %  • oa, I-. en it ie „ ,. ir . ....„., . .. ..„. ,„ ,.,,,.. n.n Ictuftfapli %  bad country tweed* (she knew her ,„_!,. .„;..,. m a inlenain.e i.il It should have i : labelled. "Elvira, you n ge ei worth, the medium-pace left-hand Suet iruists on a distribution of oaughtat f Mr. and Mrs. WhackLowler, leader of a party of th'., tematlaaUon of nil straw," or 'Ttehermon at Ca| Friends of World Culture on a major factors, a realistic attitude d'Antil-e^" GLASSWARE II n\in in i #. rut 'ES Snap (ilusses 15c. 8 Ox. Glaaaes >ti> 18c. 1 orklail <;ias*es „ I6c. Sundaet a Z9c. A*h Traya (d 29c. Tumblers 1 I7c. Water .Itlga MaaaarlBj Cups Covered Huiier Uishe* Fruit Dalies Mixnu: Bowk Coasters \i 5J> 57c. 6c.. 'S ou Bhae] wUk 08) TinKAIUIAIIOS ro-oiM it \ rivi: CM l\ I AMOIli I III. T. n. DIM. 4608 VA\S A Will I III I IIS %  YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 %  I /## V I'll II IS PIT 24. HOUSE 48. BALCONY 72. BOXES $1.00 JUST ARRIVED!! 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II fsli\Y. AIT.IST M. I1S1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS.law. TILEPHONI I tot SALM '"• T'avf It*. .<• .......I.,. Ml M XM..i* I'M.I -I \ I FOR Id M n inn Minus IosI A nn ,rii .. 'ar*. I > I ling tl up lo :• n.d '. <-ntper word lor each mi rash Phon* UN i-tween l M a..d p m : I NOT p n, DItU I \.n r_ > .. ,.. ;•; iwi. at hn H rd. si Mir?--. .-raid HU Iravta th* uboir • uda. (or the Hall. R.M IN MFMOK1 AM %  Bsa In loving memory of our -r.l loaephm* A lieakln t>o SBth AIIIKI It** OTOTOT -ovirn** %  %  %  W* howIn "1MI HJk ..ga... hi KM %  wile*. Mr. CTMhla King Marjon* nrew*t*r. Mn Mi. lam Moor* l-'OII SALE Mialwaaa tha-p. u.* TS ***,t| real, Ji-NIafci M i*ord *,,, %  •Ji ) r*af* IT* -4 week -4 to W H Bryan BoeWk rm SBBB1-*. *o* B*K R g CAM A Ford Prrfr.t Ur> Shock Ab-.rber* and (nober mat ar haulad !•>! .MI 11000 *ai.—Be.e.tin CBttMRI v.i Th".dm, |ad *,.; a** ,, , l|( _, ihel, ORV* No IT. High Street Brldaw. %  own. on Wedneada,.. in* Rhh dax <• Ann". IBM. JI a RU Shara. B.fVtdM Kh.pp>. lK *. Trading C< HO >•• Raibad.,. rmdr> Ltd • Lid ccrrriT CATFORD Co PVRM1RHRD n.AT at lrnt IELKCTBICAL UNIVERSITY COLLECT OF THE WEST INDIES • %  > %  .i for a -IIW panon. IH4 •. to* a maMMoi > a-: v ., prr %  da'ion a; r*nl ,.i > o( BBIH Faaaaiaa paid lor mnnM -•' aaaal and appotnlmant Applicalio-.* laU ipi#m0VRMI 11 MRNM anal full alatai i itionl and avp" F %  ba aarit to ihr tccratart. tatoi NfaMiM Ed a • V I I fr*— h-^" •t-*' ba Afelaiiiad Cki-ing data ll-t | I 1SI M • l|—li P' S--K. T 1IPII1I I an .>..*. and afhar itam. at in*, bua .io, %  W \MIIl IBI n.,11 br %  • opatllton BB Fr-.la -I 2 p m al Ilia rrab< wamau ftfalr to iv) -i. i i .1. I 'r. %  %  %  rraBoaiaibto Par Bar or anvna alaa *o tnaiH mm -toto H Fl'HMTLKr: I-OK TA DECK" CHA BBMR, .^adaii. in aa 1' Ideal •n ahlp air id romtrurtto" UuUBfl BM* j rto*o.ma and uaual oRca r N oftol rvfiiard Appl> •M Ii )I for '' TFVDFRS Ml l.l'HY lllrsrl I NOINB Te s arc invild for ii' %  ;i'ire pfertR. Tenden nhould be ^ubmltted it tealod envetopei %  ddreR W d to the City Fnijiiirrr inarkeil — 'TENOEHS FOR Ml'RPHY DIESEL ENGINE" inid yean of ane. and mu*t have experience in office administration. A practical knowlcrigc of cost-accounting ii essential Some technical factory lid M u fldVRiitne thounh not essential. Applications giving full particulars as under-noted should be sent under confidential cover to UM Si'-ict.ny-Mannger. Coconut Grower** Association. Udu P, o. liox 229. Port of Spain. Trinidad on or before 31st August. 1951. ParticulRre required: (II a. Date of birth, b. Where born. (2t Man i.-it 01 i vV:.. %  %  (ii PM n poati hei.i dnrlnf pafl in roan aad full Certl or dere held. (6) Oerttncd c oPlw of two recommendations from present 'and previous, if any) employers. <7) Names and addresses it two referees for references character, etc. (8) Amount of annual salary expected. (9) A recent passport photoKiaph. Wote: No [ntervi-ws will be Ei-anted except by appointment after all applications have been MrXIIAMCAl. >IM1 NACHM1 l>i''l Of ABdo AI. al Thp da>a4iini(houw M o • n AiXamei i in.a u M oina aUnda I b) Jil"--..,r. i. • %  i ..I Hap) ojoimns Hold Hovai pl Sunda' totWBta RW h.-ira of I) m-in and ra< p r. • %  I • RaaMBBI %  >• I do m TAKE NOTICE PERMUTI1 RMVITI TAKE NOTICE SINGER %  %  .Enatood lion al a trade irarh m r... • >-..•., n raa I 1 Pa i-.ui.. from the M'h ,1., of *.IMWM IBSI %  %  r a IV %  r HELP MISCELLANEOUS IV %  KTVI i IN Ml i .,i •ih n i % %  H r f-ATroRll J MSCELLANKOUS %  a a.M r i) lhJ*a ail ilad M HI Lard's MUI si-ndma on %  era oi land Appiv I CO ana* Cn Ud CAMKHA-Kodak U. Aa New. prkra one hundred dollar! Fill. KnitM< Ltd V ty Pharmacy. lllll-Tr N n I.I Kh HKI'SMCH itiRjminl all rlrnihri inrlurtliis Iddira ri>lleiombi. Genl'. Hrl*lle<-aTiiba. Tooth niUiea. Dental Plate |li.het. Cora pi* II Bmihea. Halh Uiuabea. Comb Ctoanan, HaRlnira Rfnahea. Powder niuihea. Flaor Srruba. Fibre Bowl Bnnhn. and manv olhart II. P CHEESMAN a. CO LTD Mlddla 'Urrl Diilnbulora Dial UN XS I SI—7n UENT> SOCKS— tit* Shtpiiinii n -. ..!.. Stuped lock foi Men a m KtKl'ALANI M 1 at a IIla LAMP BUHNEf q ,.r earh G W itutchlnaon & ( %  .id %  | .,a> a M -an The undaraianad will offer for Bale a' publir oontprtRMn al their Offlea. No IT RiStt Blrae*. HrlUfla*.-. a. on r.la' the lain day of SepWanbar. lil at I Tha (wo-ltoliad Dwetlinifuniu know -^ (OMsTUV. with Ilia land wharem Ihe ume .tanda and lliarelo brlon.u..%  ajuaea fee. oe ihareabo.,f iite a Mth Avraua Bellavi.la. Si affienaei • %  y appnmtmeni ,* ;.' .1 r.ln-e Cnu.l. DtalrKI "A" OR Mail" lh* 3rd dny of September IWl „r ii A-rkarh. a.m. " >' B. A MrUXJD, J'.ih... Masi'trat*. Dial. "A." Will all ucmnn> who -ill be atlendi. tinAiarluan -ale al FarnlBurat. !-..... II ..( 0.1 Wadnaaday SBOi Aaatart III LIQUOR i.K I -\--\ NOTICE The appllrallon „l JoaeplN All-..h..lda. ol I moor l.ieen.No IBBB .-f 19SI sriinlad lo MalU HOM in rr.pert 11 a hoard and *hln|1e aiwip al linn-BhaH land. Sf Michael for parmlaaMin ii uae aaid Uaoor I.lean.Ae al •••in premlaaa llanvhrll land SI MleB>ei Di led th od day .f AnlMit IBSI T. E A V Poll..' A J N Al.LFA'Nr. Applicant N.I —Till" application Will be coniidetad at a Lira* *u. Court |a '-• •'" jf Pollee < %  t lH-ln, I A B the 3rd du% of SerMamiiar M at II o'cWark a Mrf.Fa*W) tfi • mntoratloii nraanlr.d in dar In* lawi of Ihe Stan of N* Ynk. I'm toil St..iei %  aRBsaa addraw In WaBCBaM I NeVarh Un'. Ainerka. haa arph'-i M lead* rdarR in P..i t A of RBBlalai I" reappcl of BBDB > %  ••< <• rumli"" 1 %  %  ..nd nan-aariiiad laavaias*. and will i.r itini n'h frm IIi Han The fiadr i A m% n4 bated ihu IBth da II Kl llv M \'-t K II I RW T il . Uoliab CdRHRaaU Whoa* Uade oi bni,,e>. -,1n:r- la La Brii ah Otitana, haa miliad lor th* rafuti.i I a trad. nark In Part A' al Bean-tec ia raapect i.edieu.al oil* and kill I* entitled ti Die mi rta< of A aRaal IBM unW ofRce GOVERNMENT NOTICE I' Rl B *l PUCE Of SCI THAI I 111 AMMONIA I'niii furtii.-i i % % %  ildorod. 21.8.51—4n. RAIN COATS PLASTIC ONES $2.98 EACH IIIAM 1UIOS Pf. Wm. Hry. SI. Dial 3466 fm.A. Sfrriei''* THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY \;.. v ... -to '. %  Sim** JHIIUON The most simple way 0/ cooding H by Gas GENTS' STRAW HATS CREAM COLOUR SI 15 earh 111 VM linos. Pi WI Hy. f. Swan ftt TO-DAVS NEWS FLASH MBl apeaea a. JOHNSONS STATIONERY FURNITURE AUCTION Wednesday, 29th Autuit WE have been llaltructa Dr H M S Ci Itcdnell C Auction the F .-i < % %  %  11 Kn. aehold Effrrl* at "Femlh ltd St Michael Vie-in* morningof Sal* If M Tali. BRbU %  %  %  IMnlr.| Chair* Sidaboard Cutlery Cheat on Stand. Pr Corner Rookcaaea fglaaa fronted*. Bookcase nto.il.k(law doom. Lare Coflea Table. Sat t Chalnr; Round Tahla. Small Deak -wilh !-• top.i Lars* (Nni-r D*k. Oval Tip-Top Tabl* ri: %  FeeH Oi*atonal Tabtoa. i M-at. MBRBBaBa and Wi*k*t 1 Pltco Bprinsa. Badaid* Tabl-a. Pr op*n fronted Boofcea.**. Dreain Tabl* with Minor. Telephone Stool. (All lh* above in Mahoajanjr Carron Wood a—i Coil siov* Friam.iiie lAmeriean'. Pr thnan* Palnled Bad* and %  pr'"**. Cream Painted W-rdrob* with long mirror. Cream DreaalTig Table ilh SIOOl. i'oil.had C*0-r Shoe R**. Card Table. Wlckar Arm Chalii Painted Ded%  Id* Tabl*. Lara* KHeh*-. Tabl*. Open fronted Haiiglna Preai LaVfR Painted Book*e. ii**n Painted |'..inlfd Morrla Ctiair. Bedaid* Tab lei Punted Plea. .. Ironana Board Work bench. Baby. Co wftri Hair Maltreaa Child* Tilcwle B> and Stand. T*nni. Nrl. Lawn Mow*r. Mltr OUN. China. Kitchan Moaquito N*i*. <1 doub:*. BRMU Ee-n Radio. All* J varied ataortrrent of mia*. AUCTIONKKRS le.lwa.Vtl.Hl.aloa, ir I . A.F S„ F.V.A. fhone 4filfl Plantations Building LIQUOR LICKNSr: .NOTICI The application of D V I I I Id of ttro.xl Slr-rl. CIU ll PBTIIIIIBSRI to **U Splnii. Mall laquora. nt a wall and galv.miiad liltdina Corner Of Oroavanor Rd Tweed.ld^ Rd SI Michael D.l-d this JTth dart of A.g..t 1PM To E A M*1JD. Eaq rolar* Man-"-.'Dtot A AITIIUR POLLARD for Applk-.' ) i \ B -Tha applM-alton will be con< odrred al a Uaenaina; Court la be lir.d rl Police COurt. Dlttrtot A" an Thurad.V th* Sth S.plemlier IBA1 %  • Uaxlm Price nl if pal i i, MRta 1951 SULPHATF OR AMMONIA I MM IMMK which mikes *• GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" Please write for ona to Samuel Roberts. Gospel Baao* and Tract Service, M. Cerrlrsl AveRH*. It-n rr N. Ii.-I.ind." V/.V//.'/.. Get These Tasly | &MPIYM4T to relieve'PERIODIC Also iwrvMa dl.ir.as s.raral days 'fedfera' .* woman > (MendLYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound Delights For Your Enjoyment Jib iln Danish Hams .. Swifts Lanrtieor, n#*ef „ Vienna Sanaajre Black Buck" Sauce Ting Lamb Tonfues „ Cocktail Biscuits „ Salted Paanuta .. Sliced Baron AND OUI POPl'LAB £ Five HUr Ruaa — 1.13 Bat J: LNCE & Co. Ltd. $ NOTICE The Public is hereby notified lhat wo will be shortly I II WSI I IIIIIM. OIK IIISIVISS TO Ol II Htm PBF.MI*iES. .\o. :i.. II. ..:..! Mlreef. opposite Messrs Da Costa & Co. fl€&t€Z Lower Broad Street. CHARCOAL COMES TIIF. 60.ti.il IvboOM Roaurr rom British Guiana \c U-rday with 40 bans of rhareoul i'lm 115 Ions of firewood ftir Messrs Munnina: *V C M. ; j 14 la ... nrriRTi RI% I S MARIE 0 UM BBSI Tiini.ta-i > HUH11 DAVfDNON. f! lo... %  r iirm.n Ouaana .l-RINtf inlnn nei C apl I'.midad > • QUaasN. * |*M In Touch Wilh Borbadoi Coaital Station at Wlrelaas iW I 1 lid advia. %  %  Bf ban Casiasrat 1 ..1. Bad n aa n.. r Adu. laao Raw UlWana, H10 ArgenUna. Aaron Cavall*.. S I % %  Daa in pwaarlB 1 '..iin..i Bealri.-* A, •iropr. Manor. Bundala Willem IMn Mariner. Carador. Malinan BB, llacchua. Uaa. CuBV. Boitito. MAIL NOTICES RATES OF EXCHANGE I *VAIIA AUGUST IT 1*11 %  at m i%  ISJ 11, atl 'il". • ///.Va-yt'//>*^v/,'//y/r* Vllniliui.: Mil 4 ATION HUT PRINt 1PAI.S OF OOlr* I.F!<>*> : si ..'. .... '"• aad %  • %  I MCI HI.1 LEATHM For lh. It. si HOOKS Try The Ailsornle *lalioner SHIPPING NOTICES BWitc..." ADVERTISE' SACUENAY TSR CANADIAN BEBVK I From lluliiax. N.S. & Mimireal LEADING DATES 1 OLV< KI m UENNV %  HITNVAI I FV I VI Baaeried Arrleal lialea. Rrldfalewa B.rbaaa. U.K SDKVICE 1 1.mi Sw^iiiseii. Uverpoal nri Qlfatnw 1 ( .-....i Atrlaal >*•• rtfaaal (-la.a-w II.I.. B.IJI.Ia.a .. .M |ll BUBBBHRI A"* • %  A,| B %  n.duienier.1 •an.t it •.r-.HAV i Si U.K. CONTINENTAL SERVICE %  • %  <•i>"|'i Arnral a Ratl-raim Dale* BrMaeaawa, Ha. Sad** Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 r^ 9nt. NI.VV YORK SBtMVICt B. II NRW III.KAVS -trXVIOC %  . I %  I. I.. B|d A :^..-l 1**1 \l. ... "i RrTAR A lo STEAM ER .oil. SHI. 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ORTH KOREAN Premier Kim Ii Sung and] ourt of Re ie | Was completed today following the arrival in Aba-
Chinese General Peng Teh Huai in a radio France, the Netherlands, Turkey, dan of the oilfields manager Peter Cox last night.
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broadcast declined to break off the Kaesong armis-| tied io vow on ine necoliten Cox, who made a 150-mile round irip through the
“e ” ordering Egypt to li triction $id . 114 a j
tice negotiations and “demanded’’ that General] ()°)/)°¢ Peel t9 lft restrictions desert visiting-isalated posts on the oilfields, said
Ridgway order his liaison officers back to Kaesong] .. we Be delegate | Mahmoud there are now no, Britcns left in ag oilfields. —
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to re-investigate the alleged Allied bombing on asking for court opinion after Nine Pakistani members of the
August 23. estern delegates rejected his re ° " AIOC staff are expected t » remai
“We vait. your reply.” Com vious contention that Articl | l i Oil Sources and work for the Irani National
vaiialie pot et reply, om- of the United Nations Charte Oil Company. Cox said, “The |
Ss aders Said in answer . ‘ N = ste 3 . . tie ore I
: i aie Ra ade precludes them from voting on the 2p * “™ stages of evacuation were com-
elk Deca ant habeas aie ‘Aggressive Force’ Resolution because they are inter- | . se ptt al Or vail pleted without incident. A set
> Protest li saturday. ested parties wy? : Persian official in each d rt
Peking Radio quoted Kim anc Th t U. S Faw zi tabled the sisiiatiog| Came fran ’s Oil Sale ment took over as the Bri h left
Peng as saying “responsibility reatens = after delivering a blistering speech Cox repo 4 no incider sa he
will never fall on us” for break- attacking Britain and the United NEW YORK, Aug, 27 British staff arrived in Abadan
ing up armistice meetings. Their Democracy States for contributing to the un- “Another deadlock? No—just off to judge a beauty competition in Peking.” Local oi, sources said that Htatriian, (Attlee: Canter
answer was given in a_ special rest in the Near East by helping the Iranian Government realize Meanwhile in Londen the Unite
English language broadcast over BOSTON, August 27. | what is termed Israe!’s aggressive $30,000,000 profit in fix Statin: in ; eat ped Ani awe
Radio Peking at 1.30 a.m. on] Truman said Monday night in} des . aa as : les of nationalized petroleum |e “yo imen conferred a
Tuesday. apparent reference to Russia that , departed from ‘he pre- , Me >) ny ie Skipper preducts, as reported in Teherar |b rine Minister Clement. Attle
Communist leaders intimated!an “aggressive force” is threaten- pared te = ey the Reso- ome e 4 ans O press dispatches, then they mad¢ | iii. stternoon and later at
that the bombing might have been]ing American democracy. In a]!Ution. Austin rule¢t however fh y at least 30 times as much profit @ | \“Vinisters’ meeting to discu
done by South Korean military|telegram to the 22nd nationwi|‘ripartite Resolution is the only Caves 1’or could be realized here currer Se bee 7 cl
forces without the knowledge of}convention here on the Order of the a ect Ria, the F ata e eae Iranian oil eris
United Nations Command. .he Sons of Italy, Truman said hej ‘Merefore indicating the Bgypuan ‘ @é { ( The sources expressed scept ania
General Matthew Ridgway made]2ad long been impressed with the eee ceney This So rane see ¢ . amaica a” ustra ia cism of the Iranian announce Harriman arrived last n tf
a flying visit to Korea today. ~ Order’s devotion “to ideals of nena oe ¥ mount ies par ~ Sou ‘i ment, doubting that Afghanista wo-day visit and is underste
Ridgway left Tokyo at 12.40}/American democracy.” nan ee SFE 38 a OS Mr. JOHN GODDARD. 0.B.R. | Which repor tedly bought Trania have urged the British
p.m. and returned at 10.45 p.m He said: “Today those ideals F ft t Captain of the West Indies ae cil, could use such a quantity ©! lernment to lose no opportunit
It was not immediately learned|#te in grave danger. An aggressive Postponement Asked (From Our Ow: Correspondent) left. Barbados yesterday for ll. The local price of 10,00) toy re-opening of negotiations with
where he went in Korea but it/fo-ce is at pate in the world and! Aas soca as Fawzi ended his ; ‘ LONDON, Aug. 27. Irinidad on the first leg of his | tons of gasoline, as reported pur’ |iran. Earlier today he met Lor:
was assumed here that his flying}!ts shregt to everything we hold speech, Council President Warren THE WEST INDIAN STUDENTS UNION plans to take] Jeurney to Australia, Before leay chased, would SRA eee Privy Seal Richard Stoke i
ten hours and five minutes visit |aear is immediate and constant. Austi: of the United States ruled an active part in the Jamaica Hurricane Relief campaign. | /™% he told the Advocate that hi: | mum prefit, here of $4 y at ied the British Mission’s unst
Was concerned with the suspend- pe : . a tripartite Resolution submitted " > an : - Palen. ltoam has a good chance in Au 20,000 tons oil products would’) ceccrul discussions in Tel
ed cease-fire negotiations Truman said, “Free men every-}). Britain, France and the United Dudley Thompson, Preside, $, told me today the Union has] tralia be slightly less than $1,000,000} Winister cf Defence
As the Supreme United Nations oe ones Alb Denese ie States is the only one that can be} formed a special Committee “the Hurricane Distress Com-| He said “My team is well bal U.P | s1 inwell, who returned fror
Commander visited Korea, ar|70dMIze thekt Re ee a in com=lvoted upon This meant an mittee” whose functions wil) be devoted entirely to raising ae ed and I have two gooc eee land over the week-end attend
immediate decision for peace or} ™on defence of the democratic Egyptian move would not even monies for the Relief Fund . "| bow ie in Sonny Ramadhin and Vv he: |] Oil today’s Ministers’ meeting with
war in the Orient apparently re-| ¥°¥ of life gain the privilege of a vote test . Aes d Alf Valentine, Although I have enezucian Stokes and Sir William Fraser
mained locked in the mysterious We Americans have been called Nationalist China’s Tingfu Tsiang 8 rrangements have already been} not been t> Australia before, | 5 Chairman of the™ Anglo-Iranian
inner circles of international/Upon to assume leadership _in| however mn a Seen Ad weer indie ran wil at which | think the climate will be agree Business I raised Oil Company
* safeguarding that way of tife @ the vote on the tripartite Resolu- vocate J ; West Indian artistes will perform.| able to the boys.” ,
is : amaica ; o
Oe wate shave often lagged be-| have been called upon to help|tion in order to give the delega- Relief F nraic a will take place at Caxton Halli He said that the three W’s LONDON, Aug. 27 Today’s taiks covered possible
hind in their propaganda comment other free peoples to help them-|tion time to consider the Egyptian ele und London on September 4. Edric| Frankie Worrell, Everton Weeke The Financial Times praise means and wiys for a “way out
in order to make that comment|5@!ves. : proposal i the Mone iain ts A SINGLE donation by the ( One will sing and Alan Rae and Clyde Walcott should ms Venezuelan efficiency in the e¥-lof the impasse’ in the Angle
‘ : li Some “In so doing we have been Tsiang took the floor age British Uni Oil CG 5 will set up for auction a cricket| well on ie =Australian wicke pansion of the oil industry aQGfgranian dispute which would se
conform with party policy me sane ish Union Oil Co., which . ‘ : : ad ‘ N
se t ypose a 48% hours postponement t which ‘ \ as hard as those ot tte fo what calle ’ 29 HI) TK
observers tonight believed that|helping ourselves, Ours is a great} prop Re exceeded the entire collection || '"': ged SE a hl a at drew attention to what MH Calprcure the flow of Iran's 32,000,000
the North Korean and Chinese|™4tion. But in today’s world no an. young on me ree St of the first two days pushed The Trinidad All Percussion}in the West Indies and in some}“the effect on the prosperity ©'} tons of oil to the West each year
leaders are awaiting the final word|"# ition can stand alone and} lution to mu a ae as San the Advocate Jamaica Relief |{ Steel Band and the Ron Somers | °@ses, harder a country of development of o: Harriman’s discussions also cen-
from Moscow on their exact policy. |SUrvive.’ uP meee Sovetian Henolgiion so Fund well past the four figure }| Band will play at a big Dance at roe vp nas ee oil industry by torelgn capital ,.| "ed around the question of re
7 "5 —UP. 5 ne 6) : eae dollar mark yest % {the Royal Bric ns j whose selection surprise some The Times said “the remark ator > Irs 1 fre othe
—U.P. that it can be discussed. The BUCO po $480}! Sepieraber = icultural, Hall on | cstcket tone in me ee Indies, ot able raed net napirdeds Venezuela places oe en Shae conics Sails .
rs s srwise 1 to send the day's e ‘ Me . he said that he felt sure that}igas, and Venezuela 30 years 10
x “ ay He said to Bb otherwise ae B.W.1.A.Planning 0 EMIR TALAL IS IN Se ee iee ee AUstin then very deserving Fund has gath- a e ome ae to hold >| doing well as an all rounder as) trinian propaganda about foreig Harriman and British Ministers
~ ‘ : 1 i . ered momentum, it is ag Day” in London at whic! |he puts everything into the game ‘list exenloitations ve also corieerned with the im-
SATISFACTORY HEALTH |\submitted to the vote teenage. th ho h oh it is hoped to sell ane million flags Mr. Goddard had his last, luncix| Capitalist explottatic sh pact of the Teheran crisis on the
se cer. postponement of the motion. Jebb ose Who have not yet done 1 : ; ~ tan ith pit) Oil and the vital part it lay A a OD SELES Ort)
‘ ‘ Jsaid he would agree on the under- 8o, to contribute AT ONOB, scotfand-Yard has been approach - | in Barapa ea. Goddard} thesetonomy.of a country.)i3 |W Caps. turer MeeNE DT AEE
IN THE CARIBBEAN AMMAN, Aug. 27. |xtanding that if nobody does The need of the sufferers |) @d for permission. The British Kei} v a pe nyt rm wishalt ‘hh “{very much in the publie mind a' wietr and the cy ¥ of the
oe The Jordan Cabinet announced sponsor the Egyptian Resolution grows daily, Cross Society and the British * 4 hi "Toda wcobin in Australia. the moment. And to no count Oe gh a ie avaciies in the
(From Our Own Correspondent) on Monday that Emir Talal, eldest!}, Wednesday afternoon, then the Send your donation TODAY ‘ Legion have consented to lend «}® Ve left tha island last night by| bas this production of soil been Va foe ‘aintahs sare sattars that
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24|son of the assassinated King | tripartite Resolution would be the to either cf the commercial || collection of boxes. . - Trinidad en route} more important than Venezuela YO ; pus : ;
Mr. John Ranr, acting General] Abdullah of Jordan, was in satis-'only one before the Council and banks, or direct to the Cashier, || In order to obtain the maximum rae i o Trinidad en route! UI the Bnanc ial collages of San, ns -
Manager of British West Indian! factory health and might leave his| would be voted upon. The Coun- dvocate Office. Each dona support and co-operation of «11 |'? “rave Ne Sor eae ae ees ee
Airways stated yesterday the vad on hospita] within 15 days. ,cil then decided to adjourn until sae will be acknowledged in West Indians in the country, the : oni stati < oS eae! upheaval
i 3 : 7 eC a“ ? a i meava
B.W.LA. wee planning to use act ‘Wednesday. —UP. pt oo Ac | President of the West Indian Nee a pare the ground for Con
propelled aircraft or turbo air- —_—__— arnt ” Knowledged .... $402.20 Students’ Union has written a pe: ane a hour, munist action from “within and
bs in ee ahs Snaaeen| i ADVOCATE co LTD | sonal letter of appeal to organi- sutside.’
pete on equal terms 2 on. F. C. Hutson, ML.C, 20.00 sations and individuals. West 1 _UP
American aircraft to be used in maieca a ee Ss H. Frisch 10.00 dian student nurse: 7. ie
q A Sympathise > 00 an § Irs¢ have as
a ee - yord Shab the ontire| a Aidere cote (Venezuela) 500 commissioned to collect clothiny re ae
e pointe ou a 2 e Hon. R. Turner 15.60 Jamaican born Mrs Carmen | a
2 i ota i 8. /
question of re-vamping B.W.I.A. Mrs. Harold Wright 100.00 Manley, the daughter-in-law of | W. German Metal
with modern aircraft was under! EK Madam E. Ifill 5.00 | “Ys ' i i-law of!
| British Union Oil Co 480,09 Norman Manley is in charge of:
study. ! \ er . enn ) Mr, & Mrs. E. W ithe Cle : ; strik
: ; i eee sa fa : arance Depot, . ‘Cop rTry 7 Vaya EE \ v orkers Strike
bE ee a mienatian 10.00 In view of the hurricane di | —IN SEPTEMBER ELECTIONS
; M ot | John Blow 20.00 aster r.” Thompson explained ‘RANKFURT. G Aug. 27
‘ton ha he | AICA GOVERNOR adi en: 5.0 || {We have been competed to aban- By GEORGE McCADDEN More than 50,0000 West German
oats M jon temporarily ot ans f : , , eencynt ‘ { ‘ t
As Mr, & Mrs. J. R. Cheeks 15.00 ||‘ porar our plans for a he ON, Aug 2 metal workers went on_ strike
Sign Jap Treaty JAMAI | Master David DaCosta 5.00 | West Indian C entre in London’ WELLING A | : "5 ifter the breakdown in negotia
UE, A 27 STON, J : A 26. sealer raeD et lag aa0 | Lady Huggins, the wife of a1 The New Zealand Labour Party could turn soi 1e : er , | tions for a three cents hourly wage
THE HAG ug. : KiNG amaica, Aug. 26 iss Anne DaCosta 5 ;ex-Governor of Jamaic ‘ try’ lections on September yu
Sees C.F PETE 2.00 || Jamaica and servatives in this country’s electio | increase
Holland may abstain — from : Hugh Foot, in a broadcast last | various Colonial Students Unions ‘ That e opinion of political ob More than 50 factories turnin
ee ee eee ra tat Rene ce ain gl ean taken to cope with the hurri- BAS Hla 7S ERR (DAY, a OD “are giving the West Indion Stu wile dl er. Oval -d hive afest een pa is that the }eut we vibing from car parts to
in San Francisco according to a nig > . GP Be Rye dents’ Union unstinted suppor servers who say tha ae aeere : ee ’ ‘tal too rere at
Cabinet decision Monday, The] cane situation and stressed that Jamaica badly needs every Westie Otesnee "00 moe National Party, whose candidates are much less glamorous /HUNNet OM te Panktuen Hana;
te ge ae ‘n = > penny it can get, for the needs for relief are pressing. CAD: ae SAR Onsen 15. M li + 4 in the public eye than the Lebourites, will probably lose five |S". asad: and Gfendack avdas of
pine ante vr 1 versie He ars the nt the fe Wee aren Total $1,272.20 MUSLIMS Suffering of their present majority of 12 seats, and will resume powe) outh Hesse State Str ikers pick
SOTLLET'S! vy the British grant, the locaiiy | - : I | aiority eted factory gates he police re-
Minister Dirk Stikker with the ce ’ . ‘ ‘of 36 000 Snatched } . with this slim majority. See A interne
raised fund, and help coming from DO, | rn in la i? ported no violenc
Dutch Ambassador in Washing- oistai 4 yt 2 oe eae ij Labourites may, win these, 0
utside, there will be a substan —
ton J. H. Van Royan as deputy], ee So Sie a ° ; . ; 5 a servers add, but it is an oulsic ;* Government _ officiat atchi
° tial balance after the cost of re n mw ston ote 7 * = ae ae wars :
andor Ve Le he Si that t yu } « e to s¢ x ‘ t woul
leader. . : a sided to lief is met to help poorer people 8 U.K. Com. For Aid Pakistan Ambassador 7 oe ; oldies Sad haa re forcelh Truman Orders Base a t o . ott , $a) state re
sinsaia mainta r vo y 2 ee Ee oN Ug : y les Ithe west zone, Worker -
to the ears treaty and to renee oa esr er iuedfoaibunntercciat toi tom HALA a KINGSTON, mabye a7. ‘ o C8 ROOn ” | tau ae tena 4 z | Nas sh ane oe rs daring ministers In vesliga lion 1 vere report rend to pre
the right not to sign the treaty. sdiately provided fer people liv- daring thief snatched $6, j beet og Rte Oo - turn the tric lsent new wage deman¢
—C.P. en aaowens caaitiens and |from a cashier of the world famed | Be Announced one de f American ew When the Conservative Prime Of Strike 11.8. Labour observer aid tl
aheltats Myrtle Bank Hotel this morniig ' Ad aware sie ye + cat fal ona’ frig Sageplis As | Minister, Sydney G. Holland su trike ould badly cripple W
‘ oe i Ann » eer Ff * 270 (From ur wn Correspondent) | rt 4y an@ sincerely acceptea m , . 2 Ww iia ‘ ! economic progress
| They cannot get tents from |&"d made his escape in the maze of LONDON, Aug 27. !the fact of the partition’ of. th | denly announ ed that we ‘ ou WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 \¢ conom rogre
BIG OIL PROGRAMME | America but are negotiating for ne eres aed te hold the | Composition of the Committee sub-continent into two nations. a pe ti - a inet a 1 " ft Mr. Truman on Monday orderec |! “pread.—U.P,
aa . tents fr *ngland and thev |4 citizen endeavoured to hold th + “ ee oa H sert at Wee th ew predictec at Labour ‘ tana: os ization: }
LAUNCHED IN CANADA | $000 tents trom na 4 on an robber who stabbed at him and Oe ae Fst teed @ il Beak ite the br abi formant . gain any seats in the election Inve nee oe * er Naor
TORONTO, Aug. 27. market. at Pe OS Tees. aes be announced shortly. Sir John | dian Ambassador Madame Pan aor = one fur ih if th AAR writen An aaa WARREN AUSTIN
" feo . ‘i é oce ystanaer > 1e8 ee ie Chi é the dit whom se accuses of conceal- | ime, i OHands sto 7 oc off their ~
Three Ca.adian oil companies * . The chase led half way across Huggins Who is Chairman eS el ing “that Mu sli in : India vise never higher with the public triking employees t all j sa \WELCOMES RED TACTIC
launched a large gil drilling pro- Little Local Food Kingston before the man dis-| Committee said tonight that weeriiy oi ditions of inseosurit Strike Smashed walkout in the interests of nationa' |
; se ontis ric = 2 : . ies were still being awaited 5 vi ons © 7c | ‘ Bs lefense NEW YORK 7
gramme in the potentially rich 7 ‘ _-. tannesred. Kingston C.LD. afe now|Plies were sti Bnd terrcs ; P NEW YORK, /
7 an skatcnew: s » bulk of locally grown | @ppeared, 1Bs ? " ert: > > Holland then smashed the vio é ; “paket es fi
west Cenm age: sets age COE ieee ee dais the telen on the hunt, EROS: Cer eet RECO An advance copy of tle) jent 22 week old strike of Lefti Chairman George Taylor of the | Warten 5 oo th «Ur Fe
Superior Oils, enera FO Oo ace a aie aiiad he SC aie “We have had several accept- Ambassador tatement in which! gock workers by declaring a sti Wage Board sent telegram to | States delegate o the Unites
leums and Bata Petroleums pooled| were destroyed there p — he claims that “indis afraid of : tions, commenting on Soviet
i ir aie or ition and drilling re-j cious little homegrown food in the ! aneeg in” he told our correspond- arhfe Ae , Nd . sey Is ara Of sof emergency under the Pub i leaders of 58,00 strikers, members |v re ihe Japanese pea
as Ss eat agreed to take laext six mon’s and Jamaica will .? lent, “but it is too early yet to tial. Saige t f a spe ian ol Safety Act and using naval ae f the International Mine Mill and of asi noe, anid: “We have ev
three-way split of profits 1y! have to depend more than ever S eA. Gives $240 give a complete list of names.|oe tiny disputes. witty Pakistan” | Sonne! to break the strike. ‘Th smelter Workers Union, India ; n to be wary. of this ne
a IP. | before on imported foods, I hope to have several more} â„¢ i Dates ee tle wae A popular public mo king them to return to their jo ve Siesta et
strike.—U.P. | THE Executive Committee of] replies tomorrow and I shall|W® made available here. re rity mattitain ae 7. tactic Austin told a me i
" a Par.iomentary itiei ” a D WiameteeiN
He urged people to immediately | the Barbados District of the St!make am announcement as soon —U.P. Nem 44. TAR the uieattoh’ ¢ i\ ra ( Co ee eae
TO-DAY’S WEATHER start planting food crops and ap-)éohn'’s Ambulance ~ 3rigade h 8 as possible.” anit Mnsntla sans diac C0 anata if weleom
CHART pealed to larger land owners to do | donated the sum of $240 to the; ? ,, JCA tINANCE SEC. Pirie ate atthe: Mesh vefai evar ANC iaiane aera tated
this to the fullest extent of their} Brigade in Jamaica. | Bishop Dale who left for Ja- OES tc commit himself in the contr e walk-out
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. resources. Owing to the urgency of tl! >| maica by air today took with G TO U.K. Loon Gait "Cera tAA ome peop | The “ADVOCAT F
Sunset: 6.05 p.m. lease, this money has been cabled] him £3,000 for Relief Fund, ari (From Our Own Corresponden ee " ht ai" dance kee ' Truman ordered the Wage Board |
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