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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895



THE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO RIDGWAY |

Reds Charge Allied Chief
With «Malicious Slander’’

TOKYO, August 238.

GENERAL RIDGWAY may propose a fresh

start in the Korean armistice talks, suggesting

to Communists that both sides appoint new nego-

tiating teams, and shift the conference awa y from
Kaesong.

The Reds kept the truce conference alive in 2

“~

message broadcast by Radio Peking, but left the!

next move to the Supreme United Nations)
Commander.

The Communist message charged that Ridgway
had “maliciously slandered” the Reds. This re-

|

ferred to his note of last Saturday, which called ti he|

Red complaints that the United Nations had vio-
lated Kaesong’s 8 neutrality, “malicious falsehoods’’.

et The Recs atso demanded that
° Ridgway send the liaison officers
Russians I: ly hack to Kaesong to re-investigate

alleged evidence of an Allied air

MI¢ ; 15 ft I aid un the conference city last
e Ss n Wednesday night—the pretext on
which the Communists broke off

ee the truce talks.
Korean W ar A Supreme Headquarters officer

; i said that Ridgway could be expec-
—Australian Pilots Claim ted to reply to the Communist note,
There was no immediate indica-
KOREAN AIR BASE, Aug. 28. tion when the reply would be
Australian fighter pilots claimed | sent, but it may not be for another
that Communist M.1.G. 15 jet |48 hours
fighters are being flown by Rus- Ridgway'’s Public Information
sian pilots, and offered circum-|Cffice handed an announcement
stantial evidence to prove their |}to representatives of the United
charge. Australian Meteor pilots! Nations Press at 10.00 p.m. which
have been trying unsuccessfully to] said, “there is as yet no indication
entice the Soviet-built M.1I.G's}as to the nature of the reply
into a scrap, but for nearly a|General Ridgway will make to
month now, Communist planes|the jatest Communist letter,’
have mysteriously shied away





cially, of course, the squadron's ee of the United Nations Com-
officers had “no comment” on the 2nd it is immediately interpret-
identity of the M.I.G. pilots. Mem- | &¢ here as a tip that the United
bers of the squadron, however, Nations Commander will probably
listed half a dozen piece: of evi- | *@ect the Communist “demands”
dence to support their contention ;@5 expressed in a letter from
that the Russians and not the /Fremier Kim Il Sung and
Chinese or North Koreans are at |Chinese General, Peng Teh Huai.
the controls of the Red jets. ; ;

Squadron Leader Wilson said, General Ridgway’s Headquarters
“We have our own opinions. But |tonight said that the Communist
we have nothing to say for pub-|“demand” for the re-investigation
lication.” Australian pilots said |of the alleged Kaesong bombing|"
that one Red pilot bailed out of|incident may be a Red effort “to
an M.I.G. that was shot down by Jutilize their control of the confer-
an American plane in a dog-fight | ence area to their advantage,” and
over the Yalu Rivér. The pilot}ty manufacture more evidence.
said, “A Yank followed ~him all; The announcement, after sketch-
the way down, trying to get a
good look at him, and the pilot
buriéd his face in his hands to
hide his identity.” Flying Ser-
geant Max Colebrook said that
none of the M.1.G's ever “ventured
any further south than Chongju
some 50 air miles south of the
Manchurian border, even. sfter
they had damaged United Nations
planes.—U.P.

8 Killed In Crash

BOGOTA, Aug. 28
Eight people were killed, five





Nations and Communist charge:

and coumter-charges, dealing with
alleged violations of the Kaesong
neutral zone, said : “today, 6 days
later, Kim and Peng propose that
investigations be reopened. They

< General Ridgway to order his
liaison officers to Kaesong to re-
examine the evidence. Once
again, they may be seeking to
utilize their control of the con-
ference area to their advantage.)
The original evidence was so
transparent es to immediately in-
gravely injured, and seven slight-jdicate the {fraudulent nature of|
ly hurt in a bus crash during the;the bombing charge But this
night about 70 miles from Pas 10 | defect in evidence could be cured.
in Southwestern Colombia The|Should the investigation be re-
bus was bound for Ipiales on the}opened, it is probable that much
Ecuadorean frontier—U.P. @ on page 7

j.S. Lab Unionists
€ '
U.S. Labour Unionists
k S ‘Taft
Ay ai- i ;
Attack Senator ‘ia
By HARRY W. FRANTZ
WASHINGTON, August 28.
United States organised Labour, representing 16,000,000
unionists, has resumed its all out drive to eliminate Senator
Robert A. Taft as a Presidential possibility. Union publica-
tions are filled with attacks on Taft, the Taft-Hartley
Labour Law and Taft’s views on foreign aid and other inter-
national policies.
The reaction, among many/as a conservative “new dealer”
professional political experts, .is|in the Roosevelt tradition.

that the labour attitude streng | Oppesition by organised Labour
ens the prospects for the 1952;to Taft, greatly handicaps his

















presidential race between Gen-|prospects for the Republican
eral Eisenhower as the Republi-j nernination, party experts said,
can nominee and Vinson, “he| but it is not necessarily decisive.
Chief Justice of the Supreme!Unicn members represent only

Court as the Democratic con-,about one-fourth of the total

tender. Their line of reasoning is|national labour force of 62,000,-

that since Taft faces the’ insur-|000, now largely employed. Taft

mountable ypposition of big|was re-elected to the Senate in

Labour organizations, the 1952/1950 in the face of powerful

Republican nominating conven-| Union opposition.

i > easier t ampede” *

Petter unarcea ' Ike vs. Vinson

to Eisenhower. ; :

Many Frierds If the presidential race in

: > ap ny rieras 1952 should narrow down to a
The General has many friends} contest

in Labour movement, and s





Mul between Eisenhower as
ful) Republican vs. Vinson as Demo-





bargaining | y his convention sup-] .; a personality issues probably
porters could bring sone of — vou not greatly influence
big unions to his suppori, °| United States attitude one way
concensus of nion amo ‘ie



> je : or another. Experts anticipatec
ere a present, is that Tru-lthat the Unions would demand
man would again seek the Demo- assurances’ from bo
cratic nomination if thet noe their intention to revise 6
an’s neeting irs ints 2 La é
Republican's meeting first in| part-H: irtley Labour Law... Theis
Chicago, should nominate Taft.



th candidateg





respective attitude oO fair









3ut if Taft is eliminated in the it practices legislation
Revublican convention, iC: 08 racial equality—would
believed that Truman wou d ster many voters The tradi-
aside in favour of the s‘rongest| tional issue on ‘ie military v
yspirant for the Democratic} sivilian saderniip would cause
nomination Many Democratic | snuch . but “probably have
politicians think that Chief Jus-] little in ice at the poll
tice Vinson would have the best 7



would have mil
rvice friends among



prospects in a race against Eisen-] op:

hower in the November elections.|+he Union Organized Labour

Ideal Age in the U States at present

Vinson is now 61 vears.of age,] strongly supports the foreign

ideal from the poli

point. He had long experience in} gramn
the House of Rep esen‘atives, | and

; . '
served ac the Director of Eeo-)munisn





national preparedness
nuously opposes Com-
national “isolation-

















ing in some detail, the =

Truman Can
fasily Win
Re-Election

Alben Earkley Says

MICHIGS



tent



font

id Pr

\ difficult
re-election if he
again. Barkley
In no pesition
“an bu

impressive
So sound t
support his



re-election.”

Barkley
himself inte



of 73 I still

nds

fee

I

to
though he remarke

remain in politics

to 400 lead
Democratic

ers

of
Party



AN



aia



of
28

'B arkley
nan

would

winning a
lecides
that
neal

recc

did not say

ru



strategy Conference,
that the Secretary
been

Acheson, h:
men unwort

id
hy

to lace



th

rel

fe

rd

to run
he was
r Tru
i Ss
poliry
wou'd
oO seek

whether he
again, al-

at

e

the axe

ically fit te
n his address

Michigan

attending a
Barkley said
State
hounded by

¢
)



his

Deon

shoes

COPPER FAMINE
STRIKES U.S.

NEW YORK

Aug. 28

Wall Street speculated that the

United Stat

Since th ' h —| threatened
from the new British jets. Offi- ince this is from the official news’ and refinery workers

war
brought to a standstill by a walk-
Monday The!
the
o last only



| of this vita

out that began on

\ producers’

| July were

es
by

‘copper
the

stocks

about two weeks

famine” is

strike of mine
The output

at
enough

Recently 25,000
the | {fons were released to users from

t

metal has been

end of

the United States stockpile an
unusual step. The United States

has grown increasingly
on foreign copper

75 per cent.

dependent

Last year she;
mined $00,000 tons and ers
as much,

U.P



Einstein As Guilty
As Russians
—Michael P. Walsh Says

WASHINGTON, August 28,

The Reverend Michael P.
President of the American Associi-
tion of Jesuit Scientists said that

mathematicia

was “guilty

that we are
Soviet Russi

Walsh,

n Albert Einsteta
of the same offence
witnessing today in

said that Einstein
tige of his scientific
speak on non-scientific

He said that Einstein

scientifie method

the only source of

ledge.”
We mt

ist

American and

The Jesuit Scientist
“used the pres-

position” to
subject

“is

remember
British

ous as the Soviet statism,’
said, He spoke

26th Annua

1 Convention

last

Jesuit Scientific

ical stand-| military and economic aid pro-!



nomie Stabiliz ition and the} ism.” The al objectives of the}
Director of War Mobilization and| Union leade are liberaliza-
Reconversion during World War tion of the Labour A ore |
I’. and was for a time Se retary | ¢ Tectiv 1 p lem,
of the Treasurv in the Truma fro the |
cabinet his long career in 1
or utive, and judge, jer poli
a agonized we g th f
ir I his de ms, unionizatic ¢ ;
labe ace cases e} ti
ally e wit ;> >
opinior — U.P

night

using the
dogmatically as
human

know-

that
ientism

| can be just as wrong and danger-

Walsh
at the
of the

Organization

—U-P.





gned on

ing further

higher price

Wednesday

act

United States
Finance Corporation
Polivian Embassy in Washington.
The contr

S., Bolivia To Sign
? ic
New Contract on Tin
NEW YORK, August 28,
Representatives of the Bolivian

tin producers received reports that
a new provisional contract will be

by the
Reconstruction
and the

provides

negotiations

sought

by

for the

sale of Bolivian tin for one month
—June—at the price of 1.12 pend-

on the
Bolivia

When the new price is agreed on,
retroactive
made under

it will be

contract.

The producers

figures yet on the
but the average sales to the United
to around
per month. Considerably over thet
s been
Chilean and Peruvian ports during

States come

amount ha

the deadlock over



GANGSTER SHOT

TAMPA, Florida,

Armando

the

do

provisional

to sales

not have
June production,

1,500 tons

piled

“Flaco”
body

notorious former
hunted racketeer Salvator
was shot to death

from a municipal

last night

Thi

gang killing in

Arrested fo
Jimmy Ca
lieutenant

of

Tampa lottery

world repor
long been

ts

at

15

Rene
kingpin

said that

sword
the Italian Flores.—U.P.

i
was solv: {} BREAKING SALE swings into action?
Flores tim leattle merchant, brother of Abs
the reputed WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 1e four accused, among them] Okke ; - “a
Nunez, the} The White House has denied Franciscan friar Ibrahim Those found not guilty were Pere pens foe © eat SP Ree me
Uncer- | published report that Preside Ayyad, who stood in the dock in] Dr, Daud Husseini former dent nv vour friend

the price

—U.P.

Aug. 28.
Flores, 1e
yguard of the

Etliano,

across the street
political rally
the sixtecith

Tampa since 1931
None of the other 1
r shooting
1 (40),

up in



Nunez had

points with



TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise
Sunset:

6.50 a.m.
6.05 p.m

Moon: New Moon,

1
Lighting

High Tide

p.m.

Low Tide:

p.m



Up

8.3

September

7.00 p.m

a

12.09 a.m

an¢

i

and 2.54

|

|



|
|
|
|

os



WEDNESDAY, AUGSST 29, PRICE : FIVE CENTS



1951



yee

: {PPEALS TO
Harriman) HiT TUNA
Available, mports

WASHINGTON, August 28

ROUND THE WORLD=§THE EASY WAY



| LONDON, Aug. 28 Republican representative
| Averell Harriman, President} Hubert Schudder, appealed 10
| True Spec envoy, tid Pre ident Truman for action to
| leaving Lon nh tonight fc Pa hal i {res importation of
} t the | le rozen tuna from Peru and
| | States, that h id the Briti par In a letter to the Presi-
Privy S Richard Stoke ent schudder said that the
| would ex United §S Pacific coast al-
ettlement « oth Persia ou brcors i tuna industrie were
} pute Harriman, whe 1 1 a th UneMployme
iat t i + by Stpkes, possible bankruptey” unl
| ( 1 nd H f ny 1 «
f P ere halted
a 1 settle t." UP He pointed out that an escape
fause written into an extension
ra ee the reciy rox il act bs Mer illow
+ sanetc’s djustments” to e made
RRE ADM ADNESS udder 1d that he was in
rmed by Californian fishermen

GRIPS SMALL | '%, {mpers of tuna had

+ in the past five year

sy } ‘ te id that heavy Wworts :
FRENCH TOWN | sear huve cut the price per ton





th shermen from $500 to $250

D G t ss er ton, despite the fact there

| —Voctors Investigating— | has been peor fishing this year

Pi mporters have resorted to frozen

CYCLING round the world is a tir business wiless you have self-constructed bicycles which allow Sn tee eee ab ee st eee

you to relax like these two Danish brothers, Svond Axge and Knud Brik Niclsen, from Copenhagen, Reine ; August 4 duties were increased this year

On their machines, which carry a drum at the side, containing their water upply the brothers ‘arriv rd Il sap tit ate 7 ye te o pantie Pte eee or
in Munich befora continuing their round-the-world rip which is expected to take them thre years t a : AN t} fe re a ar
compicte They financed their journey through several continents b+ solling picture post cards of their ry i Lites! . : iat ar ae:

wl we Lo oO comba i anta

vehicles. From Germany they plain to proceed to Austria, Jugosiavia, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal

and then on to Africa,—-Express ral [tic bread madness” which hail British Insurance
error of a medieval pl ai Companies Will
Fi ay Out Heavily



clay the disease’ laime

Conservatives Blast ALS. Sugar \ten, lon ze, se

|
jforeed another 23 ee vohiati



| Adminis

‘ v4 or
ry : srt oY Dott Committe Kt j
cana tee Mana italian NEE WIT SON. & Co. |
lbilizer Erica A. Johnstor might Who fled to Egypt soon after the ee jh . : ii . ‘< (), )
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Stocks Down |»: (306 as, seicienanotie | "8 ON Ses

LONDUT é 28
with physics i and ment 2 it Ny Aug

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Herbert Morrison es «own comenonieny {teal apparents cw ae setneeeeeas





‘LONDON, ATA 28 ilt of the Jamaica hurricane
By ROBERT b&b. JACKSON eo Guba mat he rtly find hers¢ If The vic tir have been seize eral as e olre ady sent the ir i

LONDON, August 28 350,000. tons af aiane ics comene cabal hava Solis: and a PO? ot et cur weet Tt
THE CONSERVATIVES have opened fire on Foreign Sec-}the free market. This is because |the | malady hi picturesqi is impos ble so far to esti-
retary Herbert Morrison in an offensive against the American distribution for the first | small village near the Rho
“sacred” post and the high minister, unprecedented in|/¢’en, Months of this year is near-| River, has the dread atmosphe



te the sums that will be paid

reg They ere expected to amount
y 500,000 tons down on 1950, [of a plague stricken town of

“OC ritis ~ . tha aiiae ‘ millions Forts sritish «com-
recent British history. Jn ielr six year guerilla war] This in turn is because stockpiled’ Middle Age Doctors, ps vehi nies involved are anseOuin to get
against Socialism, the Conservatives had confined their |supplies are now being utilised as |trist ind toxicologist 1 quieh ttlement insurance
attacks to blasts at labour policy until Churchill rose in |!%°,fe@r of shortage wears off far succeeded in tracin ; claim

With this hold-over and th to a single baler’ so in 1
possibility of another large Cuban |town. Officials have put a ban ¢
crop looming up it is likely that |the distribution of flour from i
Since that opening salvo, Con-]| further price recessions below the |of the 20 mills from which +

Parliament last month to attack not only the party, but
also Morrison asa personalit)

“Many British policyholders
need mon>y urgently to re-
establish thentselveg and the
companies will do ali they can to





















rvatives high and low have de-}present level of 5.35 cents per!baker had obtained thik upplic
A |nouneed Morrison with a venom |peund may take place get arenes assessments paid out
Advocate Jamaica ' seldom heard used against the For i icin 0, Mike ea One theory wis that the dise e quipkly said an, oMfiese of the
. eign Secretary. According . Se . « s a 2rOK= | 18 caused by the mixture of whent ritish Insurance Association here
Relief Fund | Conservatives, rete ers, in their latest circular state |with the vetch weed which some-| today
: : ar Pt ed ‘hat after the recent price fluctua-|}times flourishes in the field “Where a company is involved
THE largest donation to | are not only all wrong, but Mor- | tion sugar may settle at a level | Another theory is that it is ers ) y claims it take@ time to
date, one of $500 sent in by || rison himself is “lazy, incompetent, | of five cents, British Common- poisoning. Ergot is the fungu‘farrange settlements, and it is
General Traders Ltd. yester- || weak, and petty.” Conservatives | wealth production may not be up|which sometime thrives in eccrea! th bs» : 1 a ’ a ris s00n
day boosted the day's takings irgue that Morrison provoked |to expectation because of the|during the rainy season a eer kun Wy, av it Nona
to well over a thousand dol- them by allegedly playing politics |drought in South Africa and the |this summer has been one of t ap ake tae a Be Ca
lars. This pushed the total with his high office, by allegedly Faerie in Jamaica and conse- | wettest in years. Whatever is tho }|ally. In some case ia oa , ee
beyond the $2,000 mark, but turnin his summaries of the} quently world consumption may ]enuce, there is no ‘question that) ore. § ill, it should be on Have
there is still a long way to go pation's foreign lic ita: edie | expected to approximate to] he br haw iitemalie eds matter of dave before payr
if the heip to be given is .0 tical attacks on the “Tory War | World demand. This will tend to|many of the people who ate i made,” he said
be commensurate with the Party.” ; * ™“"lkeep the price steady ? aa P Insuring against hurricane
need of the sufferers in i i damage is expensive, but British
Jamaica, “Every penny is . HOD {| The circular says it is unlikely —_————___—-. ompanies hold mat big policie
badly needed” was the latest Churchill Rose jthat a drop to four cents level will 7 on domestic snd industrial build-
report from the Governor of When Mornsor : alias {take place because of the high 1s throughout Jameica
the stricken colony : . a ‘ nMien oe {cost of production and labour but ruman Going To oe roe ft left En
front bench of the House of Com ; that if the ; — aircraft lef n
HAVE YOU CONTRIBUT- |/mons on July 30, after defendins| 5¢ jarge production or accumula. San Francisco §— er 4, ve ee a
ED YET the Government's Policy in the|ed stocks the five cents level m . es ent to help repair Jama
Starvation now threatens Middle East, Churchill rose to temporarily be broken WASHINGTON Aw 2 | '« telephone system
the homeless in Jamaica, Wont Me at it : was one of tt most | President Truman. ’
you help promptly? amentable utteranes hich a Cee niente Washinwton oh. Wandas ie ae
Send or bring your donation British Foreign Seeretary o1 | Mes ( C ° it the opentii jira oes Japa The ADVOCA T EF
to-day to either of the com deed the Foreign Minister of \ ssage-Cari Viti, Y | Peace Treaty Confe 7
mercial banks, or direct to important p has ¢ made} & & Prant ae ai White He on pays for NEWS |
. ce of the Barbados in rece time : Z i , M ouse ; :
a in recent times... here is a new | Balloons Unnerve | rouncea today. The President v | Dial 3113
+ reign Secretary, who Ows ealents in, a haha BY ak c
Please mark it “Jamaica all’ the world that his main thought | i i pei A ; 0 hays >: Cor Day or Night
Relief Fund.” fin: life leo. be caucus boss and a| Communists at its opening on edinesd
TaciWied ie $1,272.20 || bitter party electioneer. It is tragi- | rt ae
Advecate Co indeed, that at this time } ad | , MUNICH, August 28 = SS SSS
Mr. & Mr torted, twisted, and male-olent Me ~ carryin balloor
A. G. L. Dougia 5.00 | a . ete jdrifting over Czechoslovakia have
Mr, & Mr uh 1ould be one to which or tirred hope among all anti
G. Daysh 100,00 | for gn affairs are confide Thos. | ¢ : + ale on ; )
M E. B. Smith 100.00 {are strong words in the Hou -ominunh : ( ement ; and mad
The B'do: : : . ;Communist ind the police nervy
Youth Movement 1.90 of ( wmumons. ist week, Conserv~ | ous, officials of Radio Free E iro}
Lt. Col, & Mrs ative, Sir David Maxwell-Fyff |
J. Connell 25.00 said, “If it were not for the igno-
Hastings Hotel Ltd 50.00 |
General Traders Ltd 500 00
M ! C c 2.00 | OR
K. ¢ 1.00
ee Be Se ; as lculties with Iran and E uid | 9009 large plastic and rubbe
rs ie ere 3.00 | {not have arisen”. balloons carrying 9,000,000 me¢
Saoives Skinnes 5 00 tava Wostival ages from the free citizens of tt
zeoftrey | aor estiyv vorld to the Czech people I

Miss Nora C. Linto 5.00 7
| I Conservative



ive ae official iid that ten recent
;nounced Morrison for alleg

j tryin ‘ nain the ? ol

ees from Czechoslovakia, incluc
i ven member of the Agr
cultural Brigade vho slipped ove

r reported that the t

j tical campaigr leader and ru

\*the Fe val of Britain t
ime time as he is guiding th
atior foreign policy munist official ind the police

i @ On page 7 nervou U.P.

SATURDAY SEPT. Ist |

BEGINS



Mrs. A. C
Anonymous
Bishop & Mrs. Bentle
Whitehall, St, Pete 104
Dd. G. D 2.0
E. A
G. G. Feldmans Swan
Store 10.00
Major Dennis Vaugha 10.
Barclay’s Bank (D.C. & O)}
ir, & Mr
I Speisman 10 00
Rainbird 6.12
Alleyne, Arthur & Co
Ltd 48.00
Mr M A Artht 25.06
Mr G M. King 25.00
Mr. & 7
A. R. E. King 10.09
Canadian Bank of Commerce
c Barrow 2.00
Thani Bros it
An 2.4

loc pai na ide Ce

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reported to-day
rance, lazine and lack of unde: Earlier this month, the privatel
j standing of foreigners of Mr. Her financed Crusade for Freedon
|bert Morrison, our present diff launched on the eastward wind
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‘Six Wili Die For i
sae s Death |
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AMMAN, August 28
Six men were today sentenced to death two in the
absence—for CON eae, in last month’s assassination
King Abdullah o a The Amman Military Court
packed with Arab Legion officers and Arab dignitaric |
hear the vercic of the ten men accused of conspiri

}
the Hit verdicts of th of Jorda ‘ “ate as he aris pe | Don't you know that Prices are st the peak al
prayer sin 1 old Jerusalem. i} present, but will surely co down as from SATUR
F i

TOTAL 2,306.72



Z=zaQra
roma
>aQa Ee

Parse

Truman Will Not
Reshuffle Cabinet







Mustapha Shurkr | Abddul Kadir Farhat a Jerusa- |} DAY, 1ST SEPTEMBER, when WILSON’S RECORD-
5 h ot d n by Abdullah‘s} ler coffee house keeper and |
bodyguard and fell dead besid: ) Zak ariya Okke a butcher ar |





Truman is planning a C
shuffie. The report indi
tor W. § t

et 1 the robes of his Christian Order! who helped to organise the Jil 1 {ik
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Carib Calling

THE TOELESS STOCKING

R AND MRS. FRANKIF

MAYERS and family expect
to return to Trinidad today after
just over three weeks’ holiday in
Baroados, They have been stay-
ing with Mr. Mayers’ mother in
the Garrison.

Mr. Mayers is with Hull, Jones
and Co. in Port-of-Spain. Mr.
Mayers is also an official referee
of the Trinidad Amateur Wate:
Polo Association.

En route To B.G.
y Pig hictag for British Guiana

early this afternoon by
B.W.LA. are Mr. and Mrs, J.D. H
Phillips who returned from
holiday in England on August
22nd. Mr. Phillips is with “Bath’
Estate in B.G.

His wife is the former May Mc-
Kenzie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
T. FE. McKenzie of “Rowans”, St
George. Accompanying them will
be their two children.

Appointment

EST INDIANS particularly

Barbadians, will be interested
to learn that Mr. John Dalzel!
Rankine, aes has been
appointed British Resident, Zanzi-
bar. It will be recalled that Mr:
Rankine was Colonial Secretary,
Barbados, in 1945 until 1947, when
he was appointed Chief Secretary,
Kenya,

Continuing Vacation
R. B. OSWALD ADAMS, Bar-

rister-at-Law, practising in
Georgetown, British Guiana left
Barbados over the week-end by
B.W.1.A. for Trinidad after a ten-
day stay at Culpepper Guest
House, Bathsheba.
Mr. Adams is continuing his
vacation in Trinidad.

Back fo Trinidad

R, RUPERT ALEXIS who had

been holidaying in Barbados,
returned to Trinidad last night by
B.W.1LA. Mr, Alexis works with
Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins and Co.,
Trinidad.

Camera Club Exhibifion

HE Barbados Camera Club are

having a display of members’ F.

photographs at the 3arbados

Museum next month,



left by B.W.LA.
Lucia where she





TOE-LESS stockings are now on sale in New York. They are espe-

cially adaptable to sandal wearers and provide toe comfort as well

as a sheated leg.

St. Lucia Holiday

ISS ERNESTINE McLEOD,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
F. McLeod of Wellington Street
yesterday for St
will spend three

Leaving To-day

RS. J, Henriques and her
sister-in-law Mrs. M. Schnei-
dersmann who have been holiday-
ing in Barbados since July 18th are
due to return to B.G., this after-



BARBADOS ADV

| NERVOUS DOG! |

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 28.

Captain R. H. Sonneman of the
|liner President Taft stopped his
|bhip near the international, date-
| line in the Pacific Ocean t¢grescue
a nervous dog which had jleaped
He
belonged

blind

overboard .
Annan

1 (24), a
|} teacher who was
\after studying
United States.
said that Annan
nervous”. Early on the morning,
of August 10, the ship’s horn
frightened the dog which jumped
overboard. The dog was recovered
by a rescue boat, none the worse
for its adventure.—U.P.

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1951 .
| 11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11.25
a.m, Listeners Choice 11 45 a m. State-
| ment of Account. 12 Noon The News
, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis }
| 4.00 p.m.—6.45 p.m.

—_———

said that t
to Gloria Cruz
Filipino = schoo!
returning home
Braille in the
Capt. Sonneman
“was extremely

e dog



415 pm Star Time 430 pm. Edu-|
cating Archie. 5 pm. Composer of the
|; Week. 515 p.m. Composers for the |

| Film. 6 p.m. Kay on the Keys. 6 15}
p.m. New Casion Orchestra. 6 45 p m

| Programme Parade. 6 55 p.m. Today's |
Sport.

7.40 pan —1045 p.m, 25.53M 31.32M |
—<———

7 pm. The News

7.10 pm. News

10 45 pm. Mid-Week Taik

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Indies. 745 pm Glen Affrie 8 p.m. | ~~
Radio Newsreel. 8.15 pm. Serious Ar- |
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David Copperfield $30 pm Melody |
Mixture $45 p.m Statement of |
Account. 10 pm. The News 10.10 p.w |
Interlude. 1015 pm _ Crazy People

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ABOVE LEFT: A model in
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AROVE: Wool
time in beige.
in pearls and
dor styte--f

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with embroideries
gold tubes—mata-
or smart occasions.



LEFT Another wool model
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TODAY & TOMORROW
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| TODAY & TOMORROW

4.30 & 8.15 Robert TAYLOR in



oga “JOHNNY EAGER”
\ Ingrid BERGMAN Charles BOYER
in AND
““GASLIGHT ” “NOB HILL”
AND George RAFT — J. BENNETT

‘‘TO-NIGHT WE RAID
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Starring
ANNABELLA — John SUT

The two ‘Pictures you've been
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CPENING FRIDAY!
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The
MW inetabes ; ; SAT. ist., 9.30 a COMING! > » re
The exhibition is scheduled to weeks holiday. noon by B.W.LA, Pees eee | a8 an WN ahs Two Pictures once seen never
open on September 7th. Deadline : a RGRGNS They were guests at Accra a ee ae ies dtaltvenes em A BTOWN ane 2 forgotten. You must see them | ¢« THE ADVENTURES OF
date for members to send in their Sleeping Pills-Obsolete Guest House. O Line of this ee ” _Baimen of the Hordcr Today & Tomorrow 445 & 8.30 p.m eel eee y
entries is September 4th, Steel Band be 4. ota R.K.O. - Radio Thrill - Packed Double BELL ' CERNING FRapas CAPTAIN MARVEL”
This display was originally in- LIFF ANDERSON, _ British : a Hates sea bs ”
tended to be held during October, \4 Guiana’s featherweight box- "PYRINIDAD'S Steel Band _ is Hann BEAT THE BAND & TARZAN anv THE HUNTRESS GREEN FOR DANGER is ;
but as the Museum will not be jng ambassador in Britain is a proving very popular in the , AM agents wer yy Frances Langford, Ralph Edwards, Johnny Weissmuller, Brenda Joyce, with Tom TYLER
available at that time it has been (jaimant for the title of “quickest Mid-lands where they are payne Senet ere Gene Krupa and his Band Johnny Sheffield & Chita and
rare ere eae ; , ..» wt various Mecca Dance ills. . Upne. — nen : --
“hee aint Bloee peayee: 7 tk ae Ena They return to London at the endj ° Pom tny-rot i AY 4 Seen Tae a p.m Opentug aay %. 4 pete Pm, aK CANNON CITY A Your Comie Book come te life!
More About Huts Within a minute of the Bret Foun’ of this ;week and will then take| § Gf" \.\) ‘aieiik Leo Gorcey and the Bower.’ Boys & LULLABY OF BROADWAY aes irr er
‘ of his contest against Gerald |, their appointment at the Savoy vaveliers i 1 TRAILING DANGER Color by Technicolor y ”
ALKING about nurs. on Freyer of Porthcawl, Wales, last tral rae . 2 fo» OUll thes are piant= We of Johnny Mack Brown Doris Day, Gene Nelson, 8, Z. Sakall R oO xX Y
Rockley Beach, yesterday { week, he had left the ring—the ~ ' : 3 » mmeride tie wurkers (Oy to = os ——[—S—S=> sees 8 : ee ; :
saw a hut in the ease a Sey winner by a knock-out. f took Ineidental Intelligence 3 tion 8) ee OISTIN | G AI TODAY & TOMORROW FRIDAY ONLY 4.30 & 8.15
Street, opposite the Esplanade. 1 im just 51 seconds to do his HE upper brackets feel that - -— — PLAZA Dial 8404 | mi ETY 4.30 & 8.15 H aoe
Men were working in the road and | jucing act and that in- at SO1ULON of yesterday's pusete —- Acton 7 ||| THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES Ross FORD & Gloria HENRY
near to the hole they had made *!€¢p-producing act an nat 4 income-tax should be more Buy § Qonre venore: Usn TODAY & Tomorrow 5 & 8.30 p.m. ||| TODAY & Tomorrow 8.30 p.1 Columbia Double . - -
was a small hut, Either for use in cluded a previous count of eight properly called Capital Pumish-| Come "is. &ione. te Pdinns az Pens ateyane mei ioe | ci ES ON BROADWAY.
the event of rain or protection which Mr, Freyer managed to ment—Coronet, U.S.A. gland, 21 Srinive. a2. sev. 23 ute eee OREDRRATE Alan Carney, Wally Vernon & Charles STARRETT in
from the passing traffic. beat, —LE.S. mary: 4; Ore. 3. Room timo: | Steve Brodie, Audrey Long * Peete BE DEAD Smiley BURNETT
Nooe orse 1, ennis 4 Coe _ ee = | aeethe gee i
15 Bnamel: 17 White. 1S tsis \Wspecial BAT. Jat |) Special Sat. ist. {1} a «eo 7 or
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THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA ANNIVERSARY WEEK ! Victor Jorry | & || Charile Chan S11 | Hriumphrey Bogart | Buck Jone ke BADLANDS ” AND
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HEN you want a taxi,
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signal with your hand, frantically
and without dignity. But a fashion
house has produced an umbrella

GLOBE FRIDAY

sailor, A
egg at him,

(Enter a Swedish
landlady throws an
It breaks over his jersey. “The
yoke is on me,” he says laugh-
ingly. “No,” says the landlady,
“You mean the yolk is not on you,

you Smokeless radish catches fire

HE gentleman who com-
plained recently that his
landlady gave him for breakfast
an egg without a yolk should be




















ae 3 Pople agate ‘sii content with the marvels Of ppore is no yolk. That is the . _ the great new romantic |

with m whistle attached w it, modern chemical food. No less an },po1o oin a it the sailor, vidas . |

which “can be used by a_ lady suthority than ‘the Ministry of whole point.” Exit , singing star who thrilled

of good breeding and distinction.” abn +" a 47 ; 10 tye Te very much puzzled.) . y , : |

I lonz to see a lady of good breed- Food aM aie it arta ot a a. imy Moggett America with his recording

‘ - Maraiin cat Z - axiom la 2 parts of com- . .

ing and distinction DOANE * pressed milk-destace in a sausage “PYHE love-poem of Fred Heap, of ‘BE MY LOVE” 0» Sa. ies» Rehesontag tr
Srinrela, arg ae ot nen equal four parts of processed which he made at Hastings. captures the youth ru United Avis's
and . é veal i eM ae : tt ef meat. The yolk of an egg is A glance, a movenent of the y t AND
disdainful lps a mills es mostly baracoid, and therefore heart—and then, the fervor, the magic
The first pears, last ae superfluous, Hence the popularity Across the winkles, an ex- F the beloved
Pah oS Fe haan it ane Sever’ Hof edible tinned fungi, and may change of names, oF the betove:
Say ORS eee con’ Nit of the p{2,000 little demons in steeple- And Helen walks the battle-

_ ith se ee The ‘ t - 4 a crowned hats run away with him ments again,

a Maat oa a bn aig Pe 5 who dares to contest the matter, . And Ilion is in flames.

manicured hand, and cleaning * ~~ eee te |

the pigments adhering to the d ;

whistle on a corner of her dress, Rupert an the Sorcerer 2 2
she will essay a second blow. MIM PRESENTS

, . o1or 8 MATINEE: TODAY at 5
Misunderstandings ome ey 0: t 5 p

TONIGT & TOMORROW NIGHT at &
ANN SHERDAN, VICTOR MATURE

i “STELLA”

with

Technicolor

DY this time, suspecting

thievery or some other crime,
a crowd will thave gathered, and,
by the exercise of that national
discipline which is the admiration
and despair of countries deprived



DAVID WAYNE, RANDY STUART,
FRANK FONTAINE
Doris

MARION MARSHALL

Based on a Novel bs Mile Disne



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itself into a queue, If the lady desea senate niente -_ eee
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thaf’she is not an itinerant musi-


























cian, has not lost a dog, is not 5 ’ | MARIO ANN

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L

Marshall Papagos To Enter Next Elections

GREE

country’s

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ing on September 9th

Papag

expected quarter of the darkening political sky, which
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stitutional prerogative and dissolved Parliament on July
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AUGUST 29, 1951



reek Politics Take
unpredictable ‘Turn



by



By GEORGE ANDROULIDAKES
ATHENS, August 28
K politics have taken an unpredictable turn since the
number one soldier, Field Marshal Alexander
os, decided to enter the next general election, open-

|

, |
os’ decision came like a thunderclap from the least



where we want us,”
































































“It looks as if they’ve got us |!





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

“Turkis” Pays First
Visit To Island
Erings 182,000ft.Oj Lumber
PAYING her

first visit to Bar-





bado yesterday the shij
Turkis, 510 tons net rougnt
182,000 feet lunrber frol
| a.
| Nicaragua
| The lumber is consigned Ac
| Messrs. T. Geddes Gr The



furkis







was ar

owner, Edvin Endersen
way, by the Robinson
Company, New Orleans to ake

e trip.

She is expected to spend quite
a few days here unloading the
| tumber
| This shipment of lumber
found the ner basin ilres
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Japan Wi
Old Cartel System

MOST OBSERVERS THINK |
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PAGE THREE



‘



RIDE A

“HOPPER”

TOKYO, August 28

here are generally !
rer old carte] system to a
e Treaty is signed. Two of

BICYCLE

plans. However, experts
me before the new Japan

approaching the size of the

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e Field Marshel’s opponents jrived here } yeek-end
V D I i" ve h t no time in proclaiming ay = a _.| The Turkis is ier Captain “Very Severe reg itions in- » Oceupation inspired anti-trust i
k that his “interfere ” in polities |Pedersen. Her agents are Messrs. Spired or ordered by the Occupa- vs repealed. They also are seek , i“ r
" : u urope is a threat to the monarchy and % e @ |S. P. Musson, S & Co., Ltd tion offi fter World War Il z deta zation to fort ‘a Trad The BARBADOS FOU VDR1 Ltd.
> Greek democrac} e l 1 --- a , hard Association to gage in
Is On Decline _ ,.t:, ony, tbe entered" e eriel¢ ; ‘ name Mitsui eign trade White Park Road,
. lities, they iy, is that he | Labourer I ound Yasuda, Sumitom« “
arrelled with the King. y two are believed | the any expert are ure that
; a lifelong Royalis e ~ aa ; ¥ Japan to have any chance of I all the present restrictions | V==>==eeseeaeeaaseasee z 3
Doctors Report be eee re, Sails A wav. Guiltv Of Assault ining a comeback iy the imme r similar new) ————~ maser er a eigenen ree
By PAUL F. Eusis the Greek Army due to differ- * ) | JAMES WAITHE @ laveure ture. They are the Mi r ANC AESINCE LO | CGO DDGTSDDOGIG GOED T YO GE EIST ASS DDOS ODOR
PAKI , ences with King Paul. He wait- Bush Hall. St. haan for BAG the NiieUbIsA) Pa eeaes coe eee ae : %
The venereai dise ed until! Parliament had been for- 5 |Bush Hall, St. Michael was found > ture foreign track But it i ‘Ss x
Europe On tne aex except, mally dissolved before he made After 9 Months In Harbour | guilty yesterday « f riting an Postwar Rules nitted that old timers face many %& MAKE YOUR HOME MORE s
possiply in Bast Gern known his decision to enter the | beati: ) Wal I ees P war regulation removed tacles, and few people believe iy x
a et ee eet aatenaomne: j , » | on June 2 iriffith their executives from tivi ut Se PAC x ,
occupied by" the. Soviet politieat ela AFTER nine monihs in the [HM on June 28 Gh Shc “emeeatives | Zromn activity, that Wet See eee eA ie | ATTRACTIVE s
Doctors in Switzerland, London, Seven Parties Careenage, part of which time was Di trict \" . fore whom re ca . rered st cs in hundreds of direc- ence ; 1% x
and France report that the num- Now he leads the extreme spent on dry dock, the Motor)... ;, ¥ tpl Tan James. Waithe on tions: The Mitsubishan fs said to __ ist 8
ber of venereal diseases is so right wing “Greek Rally” which Vessel Sedgefield sailed on Mon- la bond for six months in the sum be coming back the fastest—and rheir pre-war influence was in % : WITH : x
small “that in some clinic one of the seven parties con- day night for Guadeloupe via| > ¢) 440 for the Offence "the rate is expected to be accel ieed great. These large combines, | $
are not enough patients to ce testing the next elections. Oppos- Martinique. Mr E W Barrow appeared on erated once the treaty is signed, 4 minated in Amp case s by pow- 'S
ac she > study the ng | Ss > Rig Jing “ , ” Sha belaee P I mut fro i erful fi s. i heir fingers |
Bingen nae study of the new ing as the Right Wing “Popu- |behalf of Doris Waithe while Mr ind Japan is out from under ‘ ' fang rae By gins Tal ae
° a ee ent ae 4 oe > aed by Constantine The Sedgefield was formerly al/y SB. Dear was the counsel foy Occupation ce ntrol fear ~ fon sao ue \ 9 X
“e te ar _ opie ghine _ ie 7 : ar a ee c oe sn landing craft of the American|the defendant Some United States and other neki UP : x x
s a greater incidence uty der Sophocles Venizelos Navy > Centr: ‘ | } . he Sy : unt . ye : : ‘
venereal disease in Eastern Gare the rig t of eats Stator shy aaae Seas eee aaa! “ae Waithe told the court a? foreign firms prefer to do business % We can supply you with the following sizes : %
facie Rete hee tr tn liste” i oe a std, converted it into a passenger) on June 24, the defendant—while with large and fairly efficient ‘ .
many and some Balkan countries Sccia s” under Geo Papan- ship, capable of carrying 180 deck|she was near his place—held her Jap; ae tels and are 3s to SQUARES :—-3 yds. x 2 yds. x
might indicate that the Russians the left of ¢ re Neg I ipanese cartels ar are said “ @
See ene sia ee sUSSIA cn of centre “Na- and cabin passengers. It was one|by the hand 1d kicked her ail favo their revival Some for- x 3 yds. x 2% yds. %
are far behind in the production I eres Union” led by of the biggest jobs ever handled |over body ners sav that the menace of the s 3 a 3 t L A x
Wy rigs. suc nenicil ‘al Nicholas MNastirac eS ; . aes, » = be o yds. 3 yds.
nae drugs, uch as penic c ies st a : eee Li , the by the Central Foundry and oné ames Waithe denied this in hi artels will be slight and will be ¥ ‘"* 2 " ‘ a .
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Wednesday, August 29, 1951



DECLINE

IN a report of a meeting of the Vestry
of St. Thomas it was revealed that two ex-
hibitions from elementary schools of that
parish had failed to pass the entrance ex-
amination of the St. Michael Girls’ School.
The discussion which ensued showed that
neither the Vestrymen nor the Director of
Education were satisfied with the state of
affairs. It might be well now to prove that
the public could not be satisfied either and
that steps should be taken to effect an
immediate remedy.

The Headmistress of the St. Michael
School in her report said that the eleven
pupils seeking entry had secured up to
34°, of marks in the various subjects. The
Acting Director of Education in his state-
ment pointed out that any pupil who se-
cured less than 50 per cent. marks did not
deserve an exhibtion. He was further
quoted as saying that the work was well
within the ability of the pupils.

From this it is reasonable to assume that
the teaching of the pupils was responsible
for their failure.

This is not surprising. For some time
now the teachers of the Elementary
Schools have been ordered to include

Latin, French, Spanish and Mathematics in
the curriculum of the schools. It is singu-
larly unfortunate that the parents and the
general public who support education by
way of taxation do not take greater inter-
est in the result of the huge expenditure
on this item.

At the time this most undesirable change
was instituted, this newspaper pointed out
that unless the Elementary Schools had
fulfilled their peculiar function of teaching
the three R’s it was wrong to add foreign
languages to the curriculum. That order
has now produced the farcical situation of
Elementary Teachers having to become
pupils to foreign language teachers in order
to be able to teach the children in the
schools.

This low standard of education in the
Elementary Schools has been attributed to
an unfortunate combination of causes. In
the first place many of the teachers ob-
ject to the system of age-grouping and so
are not likely to produce the best results
under it, secondly there has been for a
long time a severe shortage of teachers,

It might have been possible for age-
grouping to succeed in this island if it had
been preceded by compulsory education
under which children of the same age
would have gone to school at the same
time and would have been grouped natur-
ally. In the next place it would have been
necessary to have a full complement of
teachers to carry out the demands of the
new system. But these new systems were
introduced without any reference to the
wishes of the parents or the fundamental
needs of the children.

It is no exaggeration to say that there is
general dissatisfaction on the part of the
public with the standards of education and
conduct of children of the Elementary
Schools. Employers complain thfat chil.
dren who have been pupils of these schools
cannot address themselves to strangers,
they cannot write simple English in letters
of application, and this has produced an
aggressive type of youngster who must be
rude in order to be recognised. Teachers
in the secondary schools tell of the declin-
ing standards of pupils of the Elementary
schools who in former years were made to
concentrate on their languages in the lower
forms but who surpassed the other pupils
in reading, writing and arithmetic. Master
workmen complain that many of them who
apply for Busary Scholarships cannot read
the 12-inch rule and know little about
fractions.

This is a far cry from the days when
pupils from Elementary schools went on to
scholastic attainment or entered the trades

and without any other training became
successful artisans and clerks.
‘The condition of things indicates a seri

ous deterioration in the educational stand-
ards of which Barbados once boasted and
it is time that the matter be
the parents of these pupils. In this way
the Government would be forced to in
vestigate the administration of the entire
system. For this purpose there is adequate
and qualified personnel now in Barbados

taken up by

It is the only way in which this deteri-
oration can be arrested.
ands of Barbadians who
than that ol
School and it would be a
them to turn¢

There are thous-

receive no other

education the Elementary

positive danger to

allow be



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Two deny secret mission murder

THE body Holo.

of Major Bill
han, of the United States Army,
arrived in New York last week
more than six years after he was
murdered in Italy. He will be
given a hero’s funeral at St
Patrick's Cathedral, for he had
served with bravery on a mission
behind the lines before he died.
The killing of Major Holohan is
a strange story. And the strangest
thing about it is that the two
Americans now accused by the
United States authorities of the
murder on strong evidence—in-
cluding, it is said, a signed con-
fession by one of them—are today
walking about free men, ,without
fear of trial by their countrymen.

One, if he is guilty,
be living in luxury
ceeds of his alleged

could now
on the pro-
crime. Both

are in New York State still draw-
ing Government money as ex-
Servicemen,

Neither, it appears, has much
fear now of ever suffering any
penalty—at the hands of Ameri-

can law.

But the Italian Government
wants them extradited to stand
their trial with two Italians al-
ready held for the murder

Both men have denied com-

plicity in the
on has since
fession.”

and
“con

alleged crime,
repudiated his

Dropped 100 miles behind

Nazi lines
The first full account of the
Major Holohan case was given
me yesterday by Mr. Michael
Stern, former war correspondent,

facts into the
investigation.
aged 40, was

who has forced the
open by a personal

Major Holohan,
dropped by parachute more than
100 miles behind the German
lines in Northern Italy one dark
night in September 1944,

He was in charge of a Strategic
Services mission whose object
was to arrange the dropping of
large quantities of arms _ for
Italian partisans fighting for the
Allies,

With him were an Italian guide
and two Americans of Italian

descent — 23-year-old Lieutenant

Aldo Icardi, from Pittsburg, and
young Sergeant Carl Lo Dolce
(“The Sweet"), radio operator,
from Rochester, New York,

Major carried £35,000 in gold

Carl Lo Dolce are
alleged to have mur-

Ieardi and
the men now
cered him.

Major Holohan carried with
him more than £35,000 in gold.

Six-foot-two Bill Holohan had
been a cowboy, merchant seaman,
and lawyer. He was a Catholic,
unexcitable, and physically strong

He did not smoke or drink.

Ieardi was a handsome, dark-
haired, dashing, first-generation

News

LONDON,
The Russians have given
Britain her best subject of con-
versation this week, What will

Gromyko and his thirty eight
followers do at San | Francisco?
The impression here is that the

Soviet delegation will arrive with
some wide scheme for settlement,

(on their terms), in the Far
East. It will probabiy go far
outside the scheme of the
Japanese Peace Treaty, and be

presented by M. Gromyko in a
single slightly indignant speech.

A good deal of Western Europe,
(but not Britain, it seems), was a
little discouraged as much by the
negative attitude of the United
States as by the nature of the
exchange itself, after the recent
correspondence between President
Truman and President Shvernik
of the Soviet Union. Probably
the Soviet leaders are exploiting
the fact that they gain some
measure of sympathy by always
being ready to negotiate—at least
in some manner. ‘And at San
Francisco they will exploit that
small advantage for all they are
worth.

The Japanese Peace Treaty thas
no enthusiastic public “here. The
British Foreign Office has taken
on the task of professional pleader
for the treaty. But politicians
are none too happy about it
neither Conservatives, nor Liber-
als nor Socialists And the
public, in general, is a_ little
confused. War propaganda has
been reversed a little too quickly
for the stolid Englishman with
his perennial loyalties. Are the
“barbarians of Asia”, as they
were called until six years ago,
now to be regarded as kind of
“honorary Americans”? And
occupation of Japan by American
troops, under an agreement, does
not seem, to British observers,
the only possible solution. It is
remembered, even, that little
more than a year ago an U.S.
Secretary of the Army revealed
that Japan was _ strategically
valueless and a death trap to the



Our Readers Say:
The
To The The
SIR,—The following breakdown
of the population of the United

Kingdom may be of interest to
your readers:

UK.

Editor,

Workers

Advocate—

Irrespective of the
the U.S.A. experts,
eem to be the
YOU and ME
Population of the

ted Kingdom
People of

findings of
the following
stark facts facing

Uni-
46,000,000
65 years and
12,000,000
to do

34,000,000

Balance ieft ove,

People of 18 years
under
Balance

and

16,000,000
to do the
18,000,000

left

9,000,009

—‘Someone

By SYDNEY RODIN

American, who spoke the dialect
of the region where the mission
landed—near Lake Orta, 45 miles
north-west of Milan

He had been a law student.

Lo Dolce was a weaker charac-
ter than Icardi, and said to have
been easily persuaded to do his
bidding,

The team occupied the
Villa Castelunovo, an empty
roomed summer home on
shores of the lake.

Major Holohan set to work to
set accurate information about
the various partisan groups to
make sure arms would not fall
into Communist hands,

But almost at once there was
a temperamental clash between
the gay lieutenant and his rather
stiff O.C,

Wanted to work with
Communists

stately
20-

the

Both Icardi and Carl Lo Dolce
wanted to spend some of the gold
on good living because more
would readily be sent them, Holo-
han said No,

A more serious issue, however,
divided the major and his second
in-command,

Icardi had been won over by
Vicenzo Moscatelli, leader of the
local Communist partisans. Icardi
advocated co-operation with them
as the strongest potential fighting
force,

Holohan broke with Moscatelli,
vho had obtained the first con-
signment of arms by force, and

categorically refused him any
more,

The major’s end seems to have
been plotted from that juncture

Warning: Join the plot or

else—
An opportunity for eliminating
Holohan presented itself in De-

cember, when he decided to move
the mission’s headquarters be-
cause the Germans were believed
to have located it.

Carl Lo Dolce is alleged to have
been induced to take part in the
conspiracy after Icardi warned
him: “If we don’t get Moscatelli
some arms he will send us to
Switzerland without shoes”
the local code phrase for disposing
of a body,

Major Holohan disappeared on
the night of December 6,

A courier who reached Ameri-
can headquarters at Siena said
he must have been killed or cap-

tured during an attack on the
Villa Castelnuovo as the group
were preparing to move,

Icardi assumed command and
returned to the United States
after the war to continue his

studies on a Government grant.

is out to get me’

Carl Lo Dolce was invalided out
with a pension.
the D.S.C. on
mendation,

leardi’s

Mystery reopened five years
later

What is now alleged to have
really happened was suggested
in June 1950, five and a_ half
years after the “shooting,” when
Holohan’s body was recovered
from Lake Orta,

The body was found after the
loca] Italian police chief’s sus-
picions had been aroused when
he investigated the scene of the
alleged attack on the villa.

He states that the only ammu-
nition used was American,

The C.D. of the American
Command at Trieste was called
in, and the two Italians who had
worked with the mission gave
information under interrogation.

Tossed a coim to decide
shooting

This was their story:—

On the night of December 6
Holohan took his seat at the
head of the table at the villa and
said grace.

Icardi held his attention while
one of the Italians put three-
fifths of a gramme of potassium
cyanide into the major’s plate.

While the men later
cards they could hear
groaning.

“We'll have to shoot him,”
Ieardi said. They tossed coins.
Carl io Dolce was the odd man.
He went up to the major’s room
and shot him twice in the head
with a 9 mm. Beretta.

played
Holohan

The body was strapped in a
sleeping - bag, weighted, and
dropped in the lake, The bag

preserved it and it was recognis-
able when found last year 100ft.
down,

After the murder a fake attack
was engineered to explain away
the major’s death.

Last August Carl Lo Dolce, now
married with two children, is
stated to have confessed to Army
C.I.D. men in America, in terms
said to be similar to those put to-
gether by Italian police.

‘I am innocent’

FOOTNOTE : lIcardi said last
night :—
“The charges that I plotted

Major Holohan’s death are ab-
surd and untrue,

“I am absolutely innocent.
Enemies of this country are try-
ing to extradite me to Italy. I
would not stand a chance of a
fair trial there because of the
nature of my war work.

“I would be willing to re-enter
the army and face a_ military
court.”

From Britain

By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

United States. Opinions change
rapidly. Now the best that is
being said of the Japanese Peace
Treaty is that it will be signed at
San Francisco as the least of a
number of possible evils, “...TO
NORWAY O’ER THE FOAM”....
(Scottish Ballad).
Socialist Ministers
covered that Norway has had a
Socialist Government for nearly
twenty years. This must be very
consoling, and may be a reason
why both Attlee and Morrison
have taken their holidays in the
northern pines. But perhaps the
true reason is that visiting
Norway is escaping from the all
too inquisitive attentions of the
newspaper reporter, Not for
Socialists, again, that embarrass-
ing tour through the luxuries of
the Riviera, followed by a corps
of reporters recording every
penny they spend! The “Left
Deviationist’, Aneurin Bevan, is
enjoying Marshal Tito's Yugo-
Slavia; Mr, Churchill is happy in
the softer, gayer land of France;
but for the Cabinet—the middle
road of pure Scandinavian social
democracy! This political holi-
day-making can be carried too
far, Soon we will be able to tell
by the fact that a Chancellor
takes a week-end in Belgium’
whether the pound is to be
revalued, or devalued! Mr.
Attlee climbed the highest moun-
tain on Northern Europe, (8,100
ft.), and Mr. Morrison is off to
the North Cape—but I think he
will be too late to see the mid-
night sun unless the goes up in
an aeroplane, A friend tells me
that he may just miss the
mosquitoes, by going so late in
the year, There is no political
implication in this, we trust.

Modern Cathedral

Do you remember that our
former enemies in Berlin called
the destruction of cathedrals, the
“Baedecker Raids’? The idea
of the Luftwaffe was to attack
Britain's itstoric monuments,

have dis-

People in the Armed
Services

Balance left over ‘to ‘do

2,000,000

We WORK gc twee 7,000,009
People in State and
Council Offices 6,800,000
Balance left over to do
the work: wis sssiies 200,009
People in Hospitals,
Lunatic Asylums,
Pools and Grey-
hound Racing 126,000
Balance left over to do
the: work: 555400 ees 74,000
Spivs and others who
don't want to work 62,000
Balance left over to do
the work 12,000
Persons in Jail 11,998
Balance left over to do
the work 2
rwo You and I, and you'd
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I’ tired of running
ilone!

ENGLISHMAN,

Nobody could tell what good the
German High Command thought
would come of that. (Incident-
ally the fact that not a
bomb was dropped on Oxford
or Cambridge has always caused
speculation). One of the more
intensive raids destroyed Coven-
try Cathedrai—and for a time an
attempt was made to develop the
verb “to coventrate, but it failed
to reach the dictionary. That
was ten years ago. Now, at
last, after a celebrated wrangle
between the old school and the
new, a decision has been taken
on the new Cathedral. The un-
dignified struggle turns around
the person of the Bishop of
Coventry. The Bishop thas
always been unhappy at the way
in which the altar, in most
churches, is far away at the end
of a long building. He has
wanted, for symbolic and religious
reasons, to bring it back into the
centre of the church and attract
attention to the altar by the mod-
ern aids of lighting and the lines
of modern architecture. After
the war the Bishop commissioned
a design for the rebuilding of the
Cathedral, It included all his
own ideas. It caused an uproar
of dissatisfaction and disappoint-
ment among the lovers of staider
and more traditional church
architecture. As a compromise
it was decided to hold an archi-
tectural competition to present
designs to a board—6n which the
Bishop was not represented. The
competition has now been won
by an architect of the younger
group, Mr. Basil Spence, who
plans to keep the ruins of the old
cathedral in being, and _ place,
alongside, a great modern build-
ing, with the cathedral’s High
Altar in the middle of the “nave”.
The Bishop's original ideas have
been vindicated by the judges.
Mr. Basil Spence designed his
cathedral as a “recreation” from
what he called the much greater
strain of planning the “festival of
Britain”. His victory™ sets the

seal of success on the “modern- |

ists” in English architecture.

eee

Correspondents

To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—I am a_ young scientist
aged 27 seeking correspondents in
Barbados and I am writing to ask
your help. My chief interests
are current affairs, cricket, post-
age stamp collection and readinp
and I would like to get in touch
with people in Barbados having
similar interests,

I have many _ correspondents
scattered throughout the world
but so far I have none in the
West Indies. Could T

my world-wide chain of friend-
ship?

Thanking you in advance for
the help which I feel certain
wil] be forthcoming.

ALAN D, HOPKINS
34 Cathedral Road,
Cardiff,

South Wales
20th. August, 1951,

He was awarded}
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Found In Stalin Goes

On Holiday

| By RICHARD JONES

Editor of British Ally in Moscow 1949-50 |
IT is at least one measure of the progress |
made in the new Soviet Empire that when |
dusk falls in Moscow nowadays. a crimson |

“Travel by Air.”

pense.

|viet elite to enjoy the luxuries. of modern}

tion that the State should provide them.

It means that thousands of VIPs — Party |

|to spend 48 hours in a train to reach their
pink and white State-provided summer villas
on the Russian Riviera.

Leaving their offices at 2 a.m.—as many of
them normally do—they ean board an air-|
plane at Moscow Airport and be sipping an
aperitif 10 hours later on their verandahs at
Soochi, Sukhomi, or any of the other pretty
Black Sea resorts.

“talin and the majority of the Politburo,
however, prefer the more leisurely (and|
safer) train journey to Soochi, cut last year
to 3% hours. When they travel south their
elegantly furnished private coaches—Molo-
tov’s is exactly like Stalin’s, in mahogany,
with two bedrooms and offices—are coupled
to one of the new fast diesel trains of six
sleeping cars,



Sharing the Black Sea coast with them
lion of the nation’s best workers, but though

they may breathe the same air, they may not}
share the same beaches, still less the same|

luxurious living standards.
THE GAY LIFE

Outside Moscow, social life among Russia’s
upper strata can be gay and hectic, but there
is no evidence to suggest that in the post-war
years it has attained the scandalous heights
it did in the thirties, of which David Dallin
writes in his new book.*

“Little leaders” and their wives used then
to travel to the resorts—and many of them
still do, for that matter—not for their health
but for amusement. To them “amusement”
meant drinking bouts and love affairs.

The behaviour became a legend among the
crew of the Blue Express, the super Pullman
train which used to carry them on. their
jaunts. In this respect social life on the train
itself broke all records, and no one should
know better than its former chief, Vladimir
Tregubov, who, says Dallin cryptically, “had
a chance to leave Russia during the war,”
after the Kremlin had commuted a_ death
sentence on him.

According to Dallin, who is presumably
quoting Tregubov, “over a thousand officials
in Russia have private railway coaches, or
at least, they did before the war.” To-day, he
adds, the number has probably risen to in-
clude some of the new military aristocracy.
This is an extremely doubtful assumption.
Though many of the Soviet’s bureaucratic
tsars enjoy unique privileges—including
homes, cars and servants—the country cer-
tainly has not that much rolling stock to
spare, a fact which several high-ranking Red
army officers who had to share two-berth
sleepers on the Red Arrow with my col-
leagues and I would certainly confirm.

Nobody outside the Soviet elite has ever

ebony—has a mere 17 rooms.

his third wife, a sister of Kaganovich, whose
villa is adjacent.

The most remarkable thing about the in-
|terior decoration of the country houses of
the Soviet leaders is the utter absence of any-
thing revolutionary.

core—hot-houses, orchids in vases, chamber-
maids in starched aprons, men servants in
white gloves and white jackets, warmed
plates for dinner, the most expensive caviare
on ice, strawberries in December; and to help
them relax from the cares of State there are
|fountains, artificial gardens, tennis courts
and swimming pools.
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and blue neon sign over the Hotel Metropole! ¢
invites everyone in the workers’ paradise to/ ¢

| Of course, very few Russians can afford to| %
do so, except those travelling at State ex-| ¥
But the sign is just as much a trend | ¥
of the times as is the desire of the new So-| y

life while the going is good and the convic- | ;

bosses, People’s Ministers (no more are they | %
| called Commissars) and Combine Directors— | %
|have no longer, as they did before the war,}| %

during the season are usually some two mil-|








| expensive walnut and mahogany inlaid with |§
| This is where |
he used to spend his week-ends with Rosa, | 13

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1951

HOUSE ACCEPT
AMENDMENTS TO
KLECTORAL BILL

The House of Assembly yesterday approved of the amend-
ments by the Legislative Council to the bill making pro-
vision for the direction and supervision of the election of
members to serve in the General Assembly of this Island.

Little discussion ‘arose out
Members of the Governmer

A new section—Section 45
which was added to the biil by
the Council, was the chief bone

of contention of the members
spoke. This section reads
person who is convieted of
offence declared to b

who











Practice under this A

addition to any other

suca offence, be us

a period of five yea;

date of his convict

re tered or voting
at y elk nember of
the General ly or being a

candidate at any els

Dr. Cummins
mest. of
verbal. Section 45,
the one which «
comment,

This section, he
stated that there was no permis-
sion for illegal practice. He said
iat Hon. Members would re m-
ber the case of Mr. Hanschell who
not so long ago was found guilty
of illegal practice. .

He pointed out that a new see-
tion—section 45—-being added in.

seciions from Section 45 as
it originally was in the bill had
to be renumbered. He moved that
the amendments be accepted.

Mr. Miller



the an



explained,







(L) said that he
noticed that some of the amend-
ments’ made by the Other Place
included the phrase “illegal prac-
tice”. He did not know if a sec-
tion of that sort should have been
before that Chamber and be
passed by a socialist government.
“What was formerly known as a
normal offence has now become
an illegal action”, he said.

He felt that in a socialist dem-
ocracy, a person is free to run as
a candidate even if he were in
prison. “In a democracy you
should be free to be a Commun-
ist, a Fascist or whatever clse you
like,” he said.

In England, an individual could
throw rotten fruit and e at
candidates offering themselves
while in Barbados, such practices
would be considered “illegal







practices” and the . individual
would be dealt with by the law,
losing his right to vote or run
for the House for five years.

“T feel that this bill is cheating



the Chamber of its power”, he
said. He did’ not know if it was
necessary for them to brand

someone, but he felt that posterity
would hold something against the
present Government for bringing
it,

He said that it was not necessary
tu have a bill like that in a little
place like Barbados and he did
rot see that a socialist governngent
should be behind such a fm),
particularly with the new clause—
clause 45—added in.

Dr. Cummins (L) in
a further explanation on “illegal
practice”, said that that phrase
meant bribery. That was the im-
pression he got from the amend-

giving

ment by the Other Place. “It is
hothing new”, he said,

Mr. Mapp (L) said that it
seemed that the Other Place thad
in its amendments to section 31
and 34, gone far beyond the



of the amendments and only

nt spoke on the amendments.



intentions of the Government,
according to the explanation

1 by his colleague.
Sections 31 and 34 read:

Any person who before or
during any election, for the pur-

I of affecting the return of any
cindidate at












such election makes
publishes any false statement
ict j relation to the per-
sonal qnaracter or conduct of
such candidate shall be guilty of
an illegal practice and shall on
conviction by a Court of Sum-
mary Jurisdiction be liable to a
fine of five hundred dollars or to
im} iment for six months,
yY person who between the
of notification by the

nial Secretary of the issue by
Governor-in-Executive Com-
ttee of a writ for purposes of
iE and the day of the
polling at such election, whether
in a general election or







election

bye-



ele ction incites, combines or
conspires with another to act in
a disorderly manner with intent

to prevent the transaction of the
business of a public meeting
called for the purpose of promo-
ting the election of a candidate as
a member to serve in the
General Assembly, shall be
guilty of an illegal practice and
shall on conviction by a Court of
Summary Jurisdiction ‘be liable
to a fine of one thousand dollars
or to imprisonment for one year
and be incapable during a period
of five years from the date of
conviction of being registered as
an elector or voting at an elec-
tion or being a candidate at any
election :

Not only had the Other Place
made it an offence under those
sections to make or publish any
false statement concerning the
character and conduct of a candi-
date and, combining to act in a
disorderly manner at a_ public
meeting, he said, but they had
now made it an illegal practice.
He called it “muzzling a person”
to have amended section 34 to
make it a public offence.

Mr. Mapp said that he was en-
tirely in agreement with the
efforts of the Government to pre-
vent corruption and to keep
elections on a high standard. But,
he said, in the heat of an election,
he did not consider that such
considerations warranted their
taking away a person’s vote for
five years, should he happen to
be disorderly at a meeting.

They knew that in interpreting



the law strictly, there was the
danger that some persons, maybe
standing closely together, may

simply heckle a meeting, and be
liable to a charge and thereby
deprived of their just right of
voting for five years. He felt that
Government should strive to have
that section altered at the earliest
opportunity.

The amended
34 were read.

Mr. Allder (L) said that it was
regrettable that they were forced
to accept the amendments by the
Other Place.

He excused
Member for St.

sections 31 and

the Hon, Junior
Thomas because










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he was not in the island when the

bill was being passed before the
House. But he could not respect
the attitude of the Hon. Senior

Member for St. George who had
not joined in the protest when
the bill . appeared before the
House but who joined in support-
ing the passing of the bill.

He felt that the fines spoken of
in the bill were going to fall on
the individuals who, through the
lack of opportunities, will find it
difficult to comply with the law.
He said that a man devoid of
education and worked up to an
emotional pitch so that he loses
his self control, might shout and
that shout might implicate him
That man, he said, will then be
carried before a Police Magis-
trate and fined $500 or be sen-
tenced to six months’ imprison-
ment. He knew that there were
crimes of more serious nature,
the penalties of which were not
as severe.

2 Children Will
Get $1,625

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a resolution for $1,625
for contribution towards mainten-
ance of two children of Madeliac
Greenidge who died after she was
invoived in an accident with a
lorry of the Water Works during
November 1950

The addendum to the resolution

stated that—
In November last the Govern-
ment owned lorry M-269, oper-

ated by the Department eof Agri-
culture became involved in an
wecident in which Madeline Elaine
Greenidge was killed The
deceased left two small sons,
Haskell (aged 7 ars) and Hen-

(aged 5








cerson ) Ss) and the
purpose of this Resolution is to
provide funds to pay weekly

maintenance to Haskell Greenidge
at the rate of $2.50 per week
until he attains the age of 14 years
and to Henderson Greenidge at
the rate of $1.25 per week unti)
his brother, Haskell ceases to
receive maintenance and there-
after at the rate of $2.50 per week
until he attains the age of 14
years.

It is proposed to have the Social
Welfare Department administer
the funds,



Dr. Cummins (L) said that the
father of the children was still
suppe@rting them through the court.

Mr. Crawford (C) pointed out
that it was a period of nine months
batween the death of Greenidge
and the time the Government
brought the resolution. He thought
it was much too long, while Mr.
Allder (L) thought that the allow-
ances for the children were too
small,

Dr. Cummins further explained
that the Government took some
time deciding how they would
arrive at a basis of giving assist-
ance to the children. He pointed
out that the children would have
got less if the Government had de-
cided to work on the basis of
workman’s compensation and so
they (the Government) arrived at
the basis as seen in the addendum.

Dr. Cummins assured Hon, Mem-
bers that the lorry which was in-
volved in the accident was not
insured, Mr, Ward (E) and Mr
Mottley (E) asked Government to
be more cautious in future by in-
suring their vehicles. “Then the
damage would be covered by °n
insurance company and not by the
taxpayers”, Mr. Ward said.





$15,000 For Jamaica

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a_ Resolution for
$15,000 to serve as relief for suf-
fering caused by the recent hur-
ricane in Jamaica

Members who spoke on _ the
Resolution referred to the reports
of the devastating damage which
had occurred in Jamaica and said
that it was true the amount was
small, but they hoped Jamaica
would accept it in the spirit in
which it was sent.

Mr. W. W. Reece said that he
did not feel that they would bo
doing their best if they only gave
$15,000

POLICE DEPT. WILL GET
NEW WIRELESS SETS

THE Legislative Coungefl yester-
day concurred in a Resolution for
$11,000 for wireless equipment for
the Police Department.

The Addendum states.that the
wireless equipment at the Police
Headquarters and outstations
which was installed in 1937 is now
completely unserviceable. In view
of the hurricane season it is pro-
posed to replace as a matter of
urgency the transmitfers at Head-
quarters and at District Stations
“Cc” “BE” and “F”’, and-to equip
two mobile units

The Colonial Secretary in ask-
ingathat the Resolution be concur-
red in, told members that he was
glad to say that until the equip-





had lent Government some and
this had been installed at the Sta-
tions concerned,

BARBADOS

Lecal Candidate
Appointed
Govt. Analyst

A local



swho has
Canada

candidate
just come back from
with first class honours from
McGill University, has applied
for the post of Government
Analyst and iis qualifications
have been accepted as satisfac-
tory by the Director of Agricul-
ture, the Colonial Secretary told
the members of the Legislative
Council yesterday. He was asking
them to concur in a Resolution
that the Governor be authorised
to enter into an agreement with
a person to serve in the Depart-

















ment of Science and Agriculture
in the office of the Government
Analyst, The Resolution was
cneurred in,
The post of Governmen,
\nalyst has been vacant for
iime.



The Schedule and Addendum to
the Resolution read:

Schedule
salary of
shall be at
$5,280 per annum

The term of engagement
be for a period of not less
three years in the first

Addendum

office ol
has been

The
engaged

the
the

person
rate of

shall
than
instance,

The
Analyst

Government
filled in an
acting capacity by the Agricul-
tural Chemist since May, 1950,
when Mr. C. A. Coppin went on
leave prior to his retirement from

the service on 15th November,
1950.

All attempts to secure a suit-
ably qualified and experienced

candidate ;t existing emoluments
($2,889 x 144—$4,320 per annum)

bave proved unsuccessful and
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies has indicated that the
demand for Chemists so fai

exceeds the supply that “experi-
ence is showing that in order to
attract an experienced Chemist
from the generally secure position

he can command today, it will
be necessary for Colonial Gov-
ernments to offer substantially
higher ary and better terms



than is at present the case.”

The terms set out in the Sched-
ule to this Resolution represent
the minimum offer which would
cnable the Government to obtain

the services of a suitable officer
and a local candidate with the
requisite experience and qualifi-
cations is prepared to accept
appointment on this basis,

It should be mentioned that
the acting arrangement which
the Government has been forced

to adopt and to which
is made in paragraph 1, is placing
a very heavy strain on the Agri-
cultural Chemist and is proving
increasingly unsatisfactory as
time goes by, particularly as he
is quite unable to devote sufficient
time to the duties of his substan-



tive office which include such
important matters as _ investiga-

tional work relating to the main-
tenance of soil fertility and the
improvement of crop production,
In order to give effect to this
Resolution it will be necessary to
approach the Legislature later
for covering financial provision

Condition of Service

After referring to the failure
ot Government to get a suitable
officer for the post, the Colonial

Secretary told members that Gov-
ernment had decided, rather re-
luctantly,—reluctantly because it
was not a good principle to im-
prove the condition of service of
one office as it might lead to dis-
content in other departments

that if they could obtain the ser-
vices of a Government Analyst, a
Resolution would be sent to the
legislature suggesting terms which
would attract the suitable person
Accordingly a Resolution was sent
to the Other Place. “I may men-
tion that in the meantime,” he
went on, “advertisements have
been sent out throughout the
Caribbean Area and have failed
to get a really suitable candidate
whom the Director of Agriculture
would be prepared to accept.’

When the Resolution went to
the Other Place, he said, it came
to his notice that there was a
local candidate who had just come
back from Canada and was inter-
ested in the appointment, Inquir-
ies were made as regards his
qualifications. His application
was referred to the Director of
Agriculture who declared his
qualifications satisfactory and that
he was prepared to accept them

Resolution has
accordingly been withdrawn and
the Resolution which is before
you to-day is in its place. In the
event of the Resolution being
concurred in, it is proposed to
offer the appointment on a three
year agreement with the local
candidate who has re cently come
back from Canada with first-class
honours from McGill University,
and I hope this will put an end
to the trouble regarding this par-
ticular post.

“The original



reference said

ADVOCATE
House Want
insurance Of
Smali tiouses





in The Legislature |
Yesterday
COUNCIL









i i
the Legislative Council met ye | {
v » ’ ere Hon. Celonial Secreta laid
THE House of Asser ably yester- the tollowing documents on the table
Gay passed an Address w the Statement of the sums of money paid }
Governor concernin urt to Accountant General by the |
= rene Hurricane missioner of Police during the qua
surance Of approximately 40,000 ¢ 30th June, 1951 if
small houges port of the Registrar on the Vital |
Most members were in ‘ : z ies for the year 1950.
% t membe were in favour ¢ The Council concurred in seven Re
the Address which was introauc lutions and passed two Bills
by the Junior Member for St. The Resolutions were
’ vane ; A Resolution for $11,000 for wirele
Â¥ Mr, s 4 3 :
Andrew Mr. J. A. Haynes (E). equipment for the Police Department
lis Sugges‘ion ls that Government A Resolution for $19,469 in connecti



with the at Sec

well

lighting of the runway
Airport

hould either put away every year
. fund commensurate with the



in~ A Resolution for $13,792 in connectio
irance premium on the houses with the island's contribution to 1!
r take out comprehensive In- 8eeienal Economic Committee
ir % Polic ci A Resolution to make it lawful fo
ance ollciey on them the Vestry of Christ Church to lease
Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said the parcel of land about 1 acre, 2 roods, 1
scheme was impracticable perches part of Kent Plantation to t!
The Addre mat or, Governor-in-Executive Committee for
_The Address reads The House period not exceeding twenty-one year
of Assembly view with grave con- at a pepper corn rent, for the purpose

ern the cost of replacing the ap- °*tablishing a Playing Field

proximately 40,000 small house A Resolution to

n the Island, which in the event &or-in-Executive

= in small plots to
a hurricane would probably be 4 parcei of
testroyed; considering the present

|

authoriz |

mately five acres a Dode

ery high cost of building materi- een Sruated in Me “perish of F
vilip

ls. A Resolution to authorize the Gov

In view of this immense in- ernor-in-Executive Committee to lease

of St. Michael, the Prit

Playing Field situated in tl

Comm
agricult
land of




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labouret
an area of approx
forming part

rease in re plar ement the to the Vestry

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louse of Assembly parish of St
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costs
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consider
should
Hurricane

Michael and
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to authorize

measurit
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Gov

ernor to enter into an agreement with a

ance Policy on these houses as person to serve in the Department o

most of the owners are not in a Science and Agriculture in the office

financial position to insure them- Gevernment Analyst

selves ag > on ¥ The Bills passed were :

selves against Hurricane Risk. A Bill to amend. the Income Tax’ Ac
Mr. Haynes said that the possi- 1921

bilities of hurricanes and the des- |, 4, Bll to authorize the Vestry of St

Andr to borrow $6,000 to be
ecting suitable

na Staff at the

applic
quarters for thr
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a very serlous matter On re-
lecting over what had happened
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occurred to him that as Barbados When the House met yesterday Dr 3 dees
was in such a vulnerable pqsition, Cummins laid the followi a Se
some day or other—he could hop: Statement of the sums of n ener pats

“ver ’ 7 ver to the Accountant General by the eI Ss
va Barbados’ day would Commissioner of Police during the | 5 DCDTBBSGO BS VO GP ODVEP PIO FIFIVS FO FOEOPPVD FS POISO"
come, quarter ended 30th June, 1951 | $

“My point is,” he said, “that it Report of the Registrar on the Vital oe %

“ 5S, sé : he 1 i

a , ¥ Statistics for the year 1950 Deink a Wireglass %
the event of a disaster of this The following notices were given I 9 x
kind, we should be in some way A Resolution to place at the disposal!
prepared. ef the Governor-in-Executive Commit = s

ie i th sle 4 tee the sum of $15,000 to supplement Daily of the
} © In this island are very the Estimates 1951—62, Part I—Current
heavily populated and from en- as shown in the Supplementary Estim i
quiries ave made sather th: ates, 1951—52, No, 22 which form the .
ene kot une Leanne ADSL ee caity io ie eaten Strengthening

ait Pele scotia 000 small Rill to amend The Cinematograp!
ouses which would be damaged,” British Films) Act 1935
Impossible Bill to amend The Public Health Act ONE

ae om ‘ 1908

Years ago, he said, the diffi- The House passed a Resolution for NI :
culty would not have arisen, bul. $15,000 as hurricane relief for Jamaica
with the present rising cost of tae House passed a Resolution t



sanction the Regulations r by tt
Governor-in-Executive Committee

materials, lumber, nails and other
tems, it would be difficult for

the the 14th day of June, 1951, under tt
whers to replace the - provisions of stetion 17 of the Imm
ther 2 Teplacé ‘the houses. ‘In Brecon of Paupers (Prevention) Act
1er words, what dt would cost to 1900
tild a frame in the present year, A Resolution to sanction — the

ould have built a house ot
me size eight years ago.



When we put all tnese tre- visions of
mendous expenses together,” he of the Customs Tariff Act, 1921 (1921-3)
: we can realise that it is A Bill intituled an ‘Act to provide to
practically impossible for private the collection and realisation of



enterprise or and for the distribution

the Petroleum (Amendment) Regulations x
; 1981, No, 2, made by the Governor
Paccutive Committee under the pro
subsection (2) of section |

:

individuals to re- big perp = ; for dunno ’
. ca ‘ . i of the proceeds thereof and fe i
place these houses in time of a] 4 connected with the matters aforesaid s
hurricane, A Resolution to approve the numbe Pa
My idea in this Address is that; f Bursaries which the Board of In x
> yover aus Pradn ing ay award annually
the Government should step in i uttabte candidates %
and do one of two things. Either An Address to His Excellency the De
put away every year a fund com-| Governor relating to GOT pan oer es >
a 3 . leane rance Policies on sma
mensurate v he insurance pre- Hurricane insurance
e with t insurance pre houses in this Island,
mium on these houses or
tke out comprefiensive Insurance ——— —_





Policies on these houses.”

Speaking under correction, he
said, he believed it was done in
the case of fishing boats.

He hoped that the Address
would not fall on deaf ears as was
the case with several he had seen
bass in the House. It would be
very remiss if the Head of the Ad-

ministration and his advisory noi|}}
take some notice of the Address,
especially when many of the pre-
vious ones had been passed |
unanimously,

Mr. O. T. Allder said that with

the disaster of 1949 still fresh in
his mind, he thought it would be
good if the houses were insured
It would give great hope to the
thousands of people who occu-





pied them, Like the member who t
had just spoken on the Address, on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st
he hoped it would not find itself x
hidden in some pigeon hole and August we will be closed for Stock
that the Administration would be
impressed by the fact that the i
majority of members in the taking.
House had given it their bless-
ings. |
He would commend the Hon-
ourable Member of St. Andrew
for taking a-leaf out of the
socialist book.
Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said it

was good business to allow some-
body else to curry the risk when
the insuring of the 40,000 small
housés was to be effected.

The question they were discuss-
ing was @ serious one and it was
foresight in a man like the Junior

Member for St. Andrew to have ||
thought of it. They should

attempt to make some provision,

“Even if it is necessary to get
£50,000 through extra. taxes, it
should be done. He wag sure the

member for St. Andrew would |
agrée with that. Such taxes would
not be frittered way.”

The work of estimation could

easily be done with a little cost
by the Sanitation Department. It
was not a scheme which meant
importing some official from Eng
land or a similsr step and
should gain the support of all.

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: » the motor car M1245 and per- people never thought of until a
the colony this morning at @ mitting it to be driven with the catastrophe occurred. One should | : .
o'clock, a na . brakes not in a proper condition. think of er Rnee pene a | y ° ’ 7 4
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you have pure, sefe mil! | to the colony when the hurricane The offence was committed o1 should » fo 4 i

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the Electors’ Association and Hon- mine an order of priority for all yy and spoken as he had done. |} Test and Demonstration made without obligation,
curable Junior Member for St. the outstanding schemes which There was not an atom of sense
eS | Andrew, moved the passing of an is intended to carry into effect in talking of stopping off an in- Dial 4289 for Appointment.
THEY ARE THE BEST | Address to the Governor sometime during the course of the next few surance and beginning it again
jago in the House in connection years. The merits of the project ang going on in that way all the
cache anise a. ith East-Coast Road us the East Coast road will time. an
Le) ! In a message from the Governor : considered In rélayion * Mr. Crawford (C) said no one - i > . ‘ a re
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TELEPHONE 2508 minimum charge $1.50 eek-ci over 24) and 12 cents per agate lin on Sundays OU °
Sao So eee ne ec Mitt — oo reed) 5 ae 2 SS OTS: Some al minimum charge $1.80 on wesh-deys iP To Ridgway
° ; on Sundays
For Births, Marriage er Engagement . ; . pag $ : - S$
mnouncements in Carib Calling the FOR SALE REAL ESTATE NOTICE more 2. Bie e : lan ationa teamshi 8
charge is $3.00 for any number of worde| Minimum eharge week a cents @9@( HOUSES oa ee : convincing eviaence of a o wu S
ne Se 50 and 6 cents per word for each| 96 cents Sufdays 24 words — over 24 ‘ee a desirable business premises | Y wens ecaieee ce —-—- - ERNEST THEODORE TAVLOR bombing attack would be present. |
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508; words 3 cents. word week—4 cente a! © OW? 8 No. 22 Swan Street occupying | ,, THF CAMP— On the Sea. St, Lawrence deceased ed
between 8 30 and 4 p.m, S113 for Death | word on Sundays; | 4 corner site and standing on 2520 square | "U'Y furnished Dial 8357 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al The release s SOUTHBOUND
Notices only after ¢ p.m | feet of land 14 7.51—t f.n.| rersons having any debt or claim against * release said that the Com- Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Th , ia ea on application to the tenant Cc : the estate of Ernest Theodore. Dessas munists had already tried to sy N 3 — nates _ ‘Rarketes Seger
su. ‘Galen’ tie euiiinaadtadie “te AUTOM Mr S. Nicholls LIFTON TERRACE—To an approved| deceased, late of Brittone til weave “a fabric of falsities"| KARY QEESON 2 ee One. ae ANG. Se
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- OTIVE This property will be set up to Public tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.} parish of Saint Mich gt aie tome aroun, b eee cet. ae — , et S > ao 1h Sept
Sree cette seman settee io con:petiiton on Friday Sist August tess | Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali ne ee ones ee biane 1h — the so-called Kaesong, CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept ons 20 Sept. 21 Sept
bi $1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays CAR—One Standard 8 H.P, Dial—39s0. | 42 p.m. at the office of the undersigned modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. | 1980, are requested to send particulars of a ing incident. It repeated the CAN. CONSTRU TO Gee tee ee 3 Ont + Oct
# for any number a: words up to 50, and 29.8.51—1n CARRINGTON & SEALY 3.8.51—t.£.n, | their claims duly attested to the under. | Cited Nations charges that the} LADY NEISON Don won woe. mon Sct
2c . a ag : " peruplieampachiitenndistten sal alae re! — om € | > - . ” . » Oct
4 cus oer. wear ex minibar oak: CAR One Vauxhall 18 done only dine ardent Decaieins genta ee ae FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly Wiliam Wardman ‘aheree We team Sone had refused United Na a —— —_ —
additional wor. 10,000 miles, ike new. Phone 2061. 8. H.| The undersigned will offer for sale at built with spacious cupboards. Phone| Haynes & Grifith, No. 12 High Street |Command investigating officers Geers —_— —_— ——— -——$—— —__—- —_—
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i? re benegicngn 29.8 .51—7n. i. High strest, Bridgetews, ne = a 25.7.51—t.£.n. Bridgetown, Barbados, Solicitors, on or areas repeated request to continue Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
-\the 7th. day of September, 1951. at 3| FURNISHED FLAT at “Four Aces.” betere ae 30th day of September 1951,, | ‘h€ investigation in daylight, when Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
IN MEMORIAM CAR: One Dodge Car 1937 model in | P-m : 2g) PURNISHED FLAT at “Four Aces,"| iter whieh date we shall proceed to | observations could be made under | !ADY NELSON cor ite eee Se eee
goed Gulking. scathing oe an Bi ahi diliinatias” “#hoaG Swit meek ptem st.| distribute the assets of the deceased other ¢} “ : der); LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Cet BM Oct WW Oct 1 Nove
offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos. | “ALLEYNE VILLE.” with the land cami recta ee mang the partion enititied terete heaving aan, “the masking effect of |
munsembiaiees Agencies, Ltd. 23 51 tin. whereon the same stands and there ee oT abe hee read ‘wile a oo vin Ts and darkubes,”
i ee, © = > 7 a. — ui ave had notice and we will he Reds in th
FOSTER—1In loving memor, of our dear} CAR: Dr | belonging, containing by admeasure- rees, St. JMichael,| not be Mable f a S$ in their reply to Ridg-
‘ v 2 op-head © “gi ment 4,858 . a ; . @ for. the assets or any part ray « oe
seston Hace "ah Hades ge amine a canaare Pant eg |e" at har, fete thernbot | sunning, "Barkers, Hine. “Moder ‘ava o.datiute to ay nese | WAY Said that they had not denie| GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents,
August 20th. 107 hood. Bier. 8, Mietals See between | On the’ See, Bh Hastings, Chrint Church, | all usual offices: :Gerege and sscvants| have hab nomen et noe then nited Nations officials the right tc
ihe Kile quis heed te oe Lee weno esate Oe ee Royal roo~, and all services including gas.| And all persons indebted to the said | emte the “evidence” in day-
u " _ ary) ay < ve | Also oreh " . . sons e « | BR
Ho quity sited hone. loving ees] GAR ON Bead Me tee Me Tk, queen an ae ee except Sundays, ey orchard approxitrately half an acre] estate are requested to settle their indebt- | /8ht. The release reiterated that ; rT 7
And whispered Son peace be thine.” | sorbers and rubber mat generally over. ! p.m 2 noon and § For appointment to view, phone Mrs. | cdness without delay | he Communists had manufactured | [R AIT,
Tre tolder, \Pather!, Adelaide Foste:| hauled last week. $1,000. Benjamin, | For further particulars, and conditions eae | DRUCILLA AUGUSTA TAYIO! | ‘he Kaesong bombing, saying that 1 ‘
(Mother!, Madeline, and Mrs. E. Her-| Seaestin oe. in, _ particulars, — noes AUGUSTA TAYLOR Aces ae
ace tae ang teas gl age gad Be ‘ottage, Marine Gandens, Dial | of sale, apply to: sninneni’ ac a VOLENC Y" — Prospect. St. James.| WILLIAM WATERMAN ALLEYNE | ‘it was staged by the Communists
jBrothers), Elmo and Elsie Miller, | sesame ees | rn a ae ne Seen ee on the seaside) Qualified Executors of the will of for the benefit of their photo-
iene 29.8.51—In.| MOTOR CYCLE—One Douglas 3% H.P. | —————____- . ide ieee Garty, 1 Bean Srent, Proe ae, ee ne sraphers and newsmen”
‘Gwikut can tcver etine ee ee ee 29.8.51—In.| PROPERTY—One two-storey house sit- | 3029 26 8.51—3n 1.851—40/ General Matthew Ridgway's OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
beloved Mother Beatrice Smart, who ea ane, PUR at ey Ladee eu). ienaing on | — — — ———_—— |Supreme Headquarters charged!
Gite ch Ada tan” tot ECT approximateky % acre of land. Apply that the C arged \
; news 948 EL L. SEALE c/o Ince & Co., Ltd > é e Communists used one ot! Tessel From Leaves Due
No one knows how much I miss her, | RICAL : i ) Peta ares 7 one ¢ 4 :
Star ectiee Sele ee | ees eee 204, 81—an PERSONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 2%! 962 airplanes: to stase the | a aynen Barbados
I have suffered since : | LECTRIC WASHD er ean day | ee Se en ae arene aa taint ake bor . Ps ‘|ss LANTE 5 . ‘
cae : aftared Some 1 lost her, | Very litle eae tine anne HINE : The undersigned will offer for Sale a |=———-————- SA TE a tater nbing of Kaesong. The SS. TACOM a es London 18th Aug Ist Sept.
ili never be the same } > s —Courtesy | public competiti —- -|“tatement issued by the S os ACOMA STAR London 18th Aug 3rd Sept.
ius Inman Maauet Garage, 28.8516. | 2 petition at their Office, No Victorian Loan Exhibition, Barbad ’ e supreme; cs sc 5
1@ daughter ivy and family 8. m./ 17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday The public are hereoy warned against] \useum, Last Day Prides sist. Nuss os | United Nations Commanders’ Pub- S.S. SCHOLAR London 25th Aug 17th Sept.
29.8.51—I1n REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7 cft.-| @ Ith day of September, 1951 at 2} ehroe Seen to my, wife, Esmay Innis isa : *y 38.8 Sean \lic Information Service reiterate: se se poet Liverpool & Soh Aug 15th eps
USA inanugactore.” poe othe | p.m.i— | inee eid.) as do not hold myself | g “ Glasgow
TAK \Gerake Dal ae 208.51--6n. | The two-storied Dwellinghouse known | fesponsibie ~ wher or anyone else og, Joos Guvioiee Nations airplane of) —--—————__________ Pos 2 te EEE SOME REN.
2 >| as “CONISTON”, with the land whi | tracting any debt or debts in my name 3 SC) nm was over Kaes Ww > . TRY >
E NOTICE | | s4,"CONISTON”, with the land whereon | ic bys written onder signed oy me | TAKE NOTICE [at the time of the alleged baecee ee ee eee
containing by admeasurement 6,422) HUBERT INNISS, : ai ; ;
PERMUTIT FURNITURE | square feet or thereabouts, situate at | Upper Thorpes Cottage, | cf the armistice conference neutrai Vessel ss Closes, a
That the PERMUTIT COMPANY LIMI-. FURNITURE — One Americar brn | lth Avenue Belleviile, St. Michael. cones jZone. It added, “our air alert : ora
was ates eee ee ee a ee American babs inspection. by appointment with Ars 28.8.51—2n SINGER | System reported that an unidenti-]S.S. ADVISER London End Au
whose » or “ cy cb eae : > a square | L. L. Toppin, § y \ . aire a} ao am vad ‘ sO wD 4 P
whose fea La Husiviegs addireéns is Per- | with floor. Pram with mattress Phone- For Panther SAAMIEE tae tenet | The public are hereby warned against] - fed aircraft approached Kaesong S.S. STUDENT ‘ Liverpool End Aug
fh, Woe Mgt eh peste et 2748 29.8.51—2n. | of sale, apply to:— “| giving credit to my wife, Inez Gooding| That SINGER MOTORS LIMITED, from the west at 11.20 p.m.’ the amine wentenmevennengensnenetpnannienigertiep 2 3
ongon, » Engle » hasa a ath I scat dade tens diese poke } 2 ; * nee S ) asl nyse’ . - * rac j es Meee hg ese ae ee
the registration of a trade mark in Part} “PORTADECK™ CHAIR: Ideal for | COTTLE, CATFORD & co. | ‘Nee Spooner.) as I do not hold myse't| pritish Company, Manufacturers, whose /€xact time of the alleged attack. For further Information apply to. .
pa as. Register in respect of Qo et a garden, in camp, on ship ete 26.8.51.—N.E.D. | tracting:any debt or debts in my nar ine oe, Dusiiiene _ sddbese ie ey Since no United Nations Command
and installations for use in purifying.| Entirely new in de: ; = —_————_— . S ettnin érdee : a 2 ¥. rickshire, nd. | airer yas i ‘ it i
softening, supplying and distributing} 1 weight oe tbe ate coon 3 HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla eee WeREDD EE, GOODING ms. | haa applied for the registration of 8 trade |... ey ig - wap! NaS Ba DA COSTA & co LTD —A ent
water: and filters, preparations for seft- rentcaa oer Many oe ver) St. Matthias and the City, | ah eae ra mark in Part “A” of Register in respeot |YONd doubt that this was a Com- ” “AG Snts
ine - sad puilasing’ staan: end Miisenn, BOR he Oe se a wt P. | OMe (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell. oc eve pear of motor driven vehicles, engines, chasse | Munist aircraft. It said that all
ion-exchange materials being chemical! , oe oa so building sites with 70 {ft frontage * ‘ Ns [ond parts thereof, and will be ontitlea the evidence es i; 3
products for use in the treatment -8.51—7n | and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable The pub eee mata ial PRE ERN eEH = o register the same after one month i ence establishes the con-
ei atlas “ees ont tn sodas Brig per agi, Contact Ac Brooks, | 7, ble ave hereby ward agains | (om “the asin “day of Auumurt it [clusion that the Communists per-
eitistin tin Bink pfhet one mont ay ; 1 y or Phone 816 - | givin € s Gwen nless some person shall in the meantime | petrated a delibera rg
ie marae Coan Tee ee MECHANICAL |tween 9-11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m, if you | Heseta Brathwaite, inee Taylor) as I do] give notice in duplicate to me at my . Rad oeiee te —
some person shall in the heantime give -_—————$—$——————___! want to buy, sell, or build, fmt hold myself responsible for her ©*| office of opposition of such registration, | Gio Peking said tonight that
wotice in Guplicate fo ine atdee atice ve] ADDING MACHINES—‘Just received | 28.8.51—6n, | @hvone else senttaating Oy dant (ot The trade mark can be seen on applica- | he Kaesong armistice talks “have
opposition of such registration. ‘The trade teste of ado Adding Machines, Si Maik Stee fae halk ten etn os (on ae written tion at my office. aS ae come to a serious crisis” and
mark ean be seen on application a , y es Grant Lt sale by Public Com. | °F4er | , PAI -— . jay of Avgue 1 " ie i rij Tani
ae e application at my | prone yagg. ec S: petition at my office VICTORIA STREET WHITFIELD BRATHWAITE, | H. WILLIAMS, | eenettoast imperialists”) must CANADIAN SERVICE
3 is ay |" st August a 4047 | airfie Toss acd, Regis ade ; bear . a
Sere a | LE See ae eee ADDING MACHINE—"One second | *4: ft. land with the dwelling house | Black Rock, St, Michael Raat es OS Or res inmate aa consequences if the From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
resistrar hz NEETAMS. | nang adding MAcH EN col” cence | Chilled” “KARLVILLE ‘Spoonets "Hit atta 513 pgotiations break down. The] “>"> --— -- ae gen
28.8 sian. | anc two second hand ‘Remington Type. , °°taining closed gallery, drawing and — —_ —_____—_ | broadcast, monitored here, was one LOADING DATES
‘| writers 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd. ,| “ining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed- | —-—————-_ r of the strongest toned blasts at the %
Phone 4442.” 22.8.51—7y7, | Tooms upstairs, W.C. and bath, electric ARBOUR LOG | United States in ai.
TAKE NOTICE ee | iight and water, rents for $20.00 per | Public Official Sale te a recent weeks, by Montreal Ralit | gupperiee, Azites!
GEICYCLES—Hereules for Ladies and | ™onth. For conditions of sale apply to| ae jhe pee munist propaganda Sl re Dales, Bees
ents—with and without three-speed , R McKENZIE, (The Provost Marshal's Act 14 Car $ | machine,—-U.P, . e YCREST’ 15 August a August |
and light. Very attractive prices Cours 26.8.51—4n. Auctioneer. (1904-6) § 30). In lisle Bay mv, “BENNY” , 20 Ausust te et ey tember
tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—6n. | On Tuesday, the 11th day of Septem- > } Sis. SSUNVALLEY’ +» 12 Sept 17 Sept \ 3 Oct ie
MEST AP The undersigned will offer for sale} per, 1951, at the hour of 2 o'clock in| ,,%2°>t Marsaltese, — Sch. Zita Wonita, | Sj * . ss “A VESSEL” 26 Sept 1 Oct | 18 October
OLYMPIA” Portable Type Writers—| by public competition at their office,| the’ afternoon will be sold at my office| M.V-_ Daerwood, Sch Gardenia W.) 4 1X \\ ill Die For a Sa

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machines now in stock. For further par-| 21st. August 1951 at 2 p.m. the under-/ under the appraised 1 Sch. Franklyn D.R Sch. D'Ortac, ‘
ticulars Dial—3199. A. G. St.HILL. ‘mentioned shares :-— i All that Serain Saar vot Land con-| Sth. Enterprise S., M.V. Caribbee, Sch Abdullah’s Death
29.8.51-2n.|_ TEN (10) SHARES PLANTATIONS | taining by estimation 3,721 sq. ft. situ-| Rainbow M., Sch. Amberjack Mac, Sch. | From Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
—_—_—___ LIMITED te ceed late at Baxters Road in the City of W.L. Eunicia, eer’ from page 1 Expected Arrival
MISCELLANEO’ } 4 Co.,| Bridgetown, butting and bounding on " | Sw ‘
US Solicitors lands formerly of Donald Williams but] M.V. TURKIS, 510 tons net, Capt.| Deputy Tory Leader, Anthony 8. “EAST WAVE" t tate: Mverpest ANTIQUES 29.8.51—3n. | now of James A, Tudor, on lands now] Pedersen, from New York Eden h . : risk $8, “SUNRELL" — Uf sumAci@nt it Aus 18 Aug 4 September
Glass, Chi a ae CVETY ESCTIDUON. | ee |r «late of one Goodridge, on lands DEPARTURES » Who _used to be Foreign (inducement
Wetec ag Dawels: “Abe Silver; BY Public competition at the office|ormerly of the estate of one Mary] S.S. COTTICA, 2.312 tons net, Capt Secretary himself, blasted Mor-] ss, “SUNRAY (offers _ 2 Aug 7 Sept 24 Sept
Kitogneahe tte. ah ks, Maps,| of the undersigned on Friday the 7th | Maxwell deceased) but now of Daisy| Dross, from Trinidad rison, who is known as “Lord Fes- | —— cee End Septembe:
Shon ihicining “Nevel Sant oe September 1951 at : 2a stonewail| Chambers, and on the Public Road, at \tival” for answering ‘questi aa one or a net
‘ 4 : dwelling house containing Drawing room, | Baxter's Road Bridgetown, together with ans sstions in a
COMPANY. Oct ereetinea 3.9.50-t.f.n./ ¢ining room, two bedrooms, kitchen.|/the Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &c., the Commons about the Festival of U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
hod : le as ot * Seni
unde? the laws of Soe Ate Of New| CAMBGACMOUAN 35, Abs Mow, price | {Phas Coates nto Bie ake | eae ee ooo a RATES OF EXCHANGE | Britain. Expected Arrival
York, United States ‘of America, whoes| one hundred dolls Fi of land at Military Road, Bush Hail, The whole property appraised to FOUR Morri London Antwerp Rotterdam Da B. ete
trade. or business address is Westfeld,| City Phar ollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. |: Michael. Inspection on application | THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOL- rrison, the former erranc Barbados
Chatithanias Nee Vane Unied aretaa oe | oun SST 118.51—T FN. | ta the tenant Mr. Leslie between the | LARS ($4,800.00) AUGQUEE 2, 1961 boy and telephone operator, whe | %*. “SUNJEWEL" ; + M Aug 4 Aug. 17 Aug. 30 August
7 rH 4 * ; hours of 6—18 a.m. and 3—6 p.m.| Attached from A. H. Johnson & Seaton | 5 mv. “BRUNO” a 3 a ;
America, has applied for the registration a COTTON SEERSUCKER: Just unpacked | For further particulars and conditions of | (Ex'ors & Tees of wW ae Tehseors, ‘including Newfoundland) ge into the upper sanctum of Mid September
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register| Ten attractive Designs 36” wide $1.12] ale apply to— |deceased) for and towards satisfaction, { “2° pr Cheques on nitehall this year, at the age of A *
sad otaaratee: bateraee Wea will be west Ae can ae ea nleteions HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD. | &e Bankers 61.4% pr. |63, is outwardly undismayed by gents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
and non-aerated beverage, a w e irpalani, wan Street F . 95 . 7 . . neces —_——— — ED. irinen
entitled to register the same after one 29.8.51—1n James Street. | N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day ene ' these attacks, or by assaults from rene rormeeieremseemnememenms
n 29.8. .51—Sn | of purchase. rafts 61.25% pr. left : AL NETHERLANDS omen
Wel unless" some person shall in the] POX GAPE —Lad i —_——_—_—_——- | TT. HEADLEY, signt Dart te BY’ [left-wing members of his own S SSS,
unless some person sha n y out from U.K - | Provost Marshal} (3 2% pr Cable party. who resent hi villi .
m eantime give notice in duplicate to me wishes to dispose of beautiful fox Cape AUCTION | Provost Marshal's Office, 61.7% pr Currency 59 9% pr to eechieuaat et e willingness at my office of opposition of such regis-] Genuine Silver, Bargain for $245.00. | — " 24th August, 1951 25.8 51—3n. Coupons 59.2% pr. se.-—U.P. tat aearon ts TERDAM
t on. The trade mark can be seen on] Reply Box G c/o Advocate Advtg PY instructions received from the | ENTO wth August 1991
pplication at my office. Dept. 29.8.51—1n.| King’s Solicitor & will sell by public | ee en ae are Mf S. HELENA—ith September 1951
Dated this 18th day of August 1951, ___' | auetion on Wednesday next 5th September ” }.8. BONAIRE—Tih Septeniber 1061 Cie. GI v t!
H. WEHLLIAMS, FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all| at 2 p.m, on the spot at McClean Land, Court Wa 1 E SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND » Gle., ransatlantique
Registrar of Trade Marks. kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies | Britton's x Road one double roofed house | n 8 X- A ¥ » AMSTERDAM
28 8 51—3n.| Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitchen. | are | ‘ : lig WILLEMATAD—1lth September a
Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-|the said belonging to the estate of ‘ - | S, Ex di ee
ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb| Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd For all white shoes — ba | Optes tradited SATLING TO PARAMARIBO SAILING TO







































Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder D'ARCY A. SCOTT, | F =
a Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl Government Auctioneer, | | VERBAN : 1.8. STENTOR—13th Se 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
0 Brushes, and many others, 29.6.51—5n ° | The Varbania the Maen & Prey ees eS BC “COLOMBIE
H. P. CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middie —- a —_—— | : ares our! Rc Nabe 4 , 4 31” September 2
5 Bircet. Distributors, Dial $980, UNDER THE SILVER White shoes, to pass muster |formally demanded the extradi- | ‘5; COTTICA—a7th August 1951 Iual, via Martinic a Guada-
js 25.8.51—7n ; | tion from the United States of twi } ' § ea ar en September 1901 loupe 5 ee) SURE
Cause K led in 3 Days SANT ON PS DONUT aa Fc HAMMER sae | in company, must be spot- |former Secret Service soldier: SAM, Tete tone
Louies Waortell: back Walk tues aad, -S ena 43 at Sas aaieatina 1 : 1 j | accused of murdering their Com-] 4.8 MERA—27th August 1951 te
The very first application of Nixo- nat ae aceeae oe fi a ee eS u a is ern ue ess, immaculate, Use ti |manding OMcer behind enemy| “8 MELENA-—2ird September 1951 -
derm begins {0 cere dorm vonlent | — u a 2 Patmegiacis ee FP Soe ualeeet lia Propert’s White Ri lines in 1944, The Court insisted] %: P: MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD, | SOUTH BOUND
und yourwill soon see your skin be- PAIN fades right out when you take | Round Tip Top Table, Sideboard, Was- pert’s White Renovato [that former Lieutenant cardi and cine eile laa ee :
oat ee rt Cee kins OAR iat cir te site oa ates: ee el eae eae Plant or Propert’s Shuwhite. No | former : Sergeant Sarlo 4 Odolee i 4 a “COLOMBIE” 22nd August,
germs and parasites on the skin that | tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head- Stands: Bookshelf all in Mahogan | stand trial for the slaying in North |) ! e 1951.
Fause Pimples, Boils, Red Blotches, | che—Pains in the limBs and joints—| Dinner and Tea Services, Glass Ware; surer way of making sure Italy of Major William V. Holo- ae y itibbee wil Accept Cailing at Trinidad, La
Hezema Ra ey ergot | Feverishness, Remember there is only one | Koll Top Desk, Wicker Chi Rush : |han, the Chief of the Secret Mis- ine AMAin, St Mite, Nevis Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
xtth vou remove the germs that hido ASPRO. 19.8.61—11n | Chairs: ae oes Bene eo that white shoes are white! | Sion. ; and Montserrat Sailing on the and Jamaica.
a Ura bent rar of youe eniss Be Takes cy Spring, ‘Dressing. ‘Tables, | However, extradition was not 29th, August, 1951 i ot
get Nixoderm from your chemist to- Press, Bedaide Table &c., all in| ie se expected to come quickly if at all
KE TI i ss : > oe asseng:
Nixederm, wil banist piesa TA NOTICE Mahaaund, Sones "Gadetned “a0 P T ° | First, the demand goes to the The M.V. DAERWOOD wilt ac- \*Cinee aed Mail
clear your skin soft and smooth or tresses, Wood Painted Bedstead and BuceKiN R Oo p E R s§ | Prosecutor General in Turin, or cept CarKo and Passengers for W
a sca a ay oe bho er 1, Soe | \ cantas jthe first leg of its legal journe; St. Lucia, Grenada and Arubs tt
; *| i t 3 > , only te ; on
Nixoderm « ?ii;%! Rieetrie Stove. and. 2-Burner ‘Mot Plate, Wy," i) SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR | ‘Proukh Rome to Washington Se nee
empty 2Burner Florence tove an yen | —UP. or kh. M J NE ll d
For Skin Troubles parkage. practically new; Wateriess and Pressure | In Cartons with Sponge | B.W.}. SCHOONER OWNERS ° i) S& (C0., { *
emia. Cookers, Kitchen tensils, roning sc
SS Board, Step Ladder, Kitchen Tables, WI Prices ‘Skyrocket’ ASSO. Ine,, AGENTS
Bath Scales, Books, a very good Staple tie Consignees, Tel. No, 4047. ‘











(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24

“Other West Indian territories
with more limited financia
resources are finding it more diffi- |

sult even th Trinidad to grap- , 2
cult even than Trinidad to grap- {if WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY

rising prices,” said Mr. J. H TO FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR

Steer, Colony’s Statistician back - *

from’ a 10-day survey tour oi | WHITE LEAD in OIL and TINTS
British Guiana, Barbados and |
Grenada,

He observed that all the terri-
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SEA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE

HASTINGS BARBADOS
Under new management.
Daily and longterm rates
quoted on request
Permanent guests
welcome,
Dinner and Cocktail
parties arranged.

J. H. BUCKLAND,

i Spiral Springs and | . ;
Rest, Couch with Sp prings | R LPL OLE PLP LDP" LO,
|

Hair Mattress and other items.
Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash
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> . : : Zon tial solution to the present | Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets
lotter and: in person to Holder Bros difficulties by increased produc. !
Pownbroking Dept. 49 Swan St > ? '
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cient despatch of customers during our
Record-breaking Sale which begins on}
} Saturday Ist. September. Wages made 4 “4
ettractive to the right persons. Apply | x A

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N. EB. WILSON & Co., 31 Swan St
29.8.51—2n

Just opened by —



give that super comfort ride.
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Flowered Cretonne ....... 86c. per yd.
Ribbed Repp. ........... $1.55 , — |

The most attractive Reading
Lamps you could ever see have
just been opened by

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That BOOKERS MANUFACTURING ||| T
DRUG CO., LTD., a British Company,,]|!
whose trade or business address is La

JOHNSON'S HARDWARE Penitence, Demerara, British Guiana, has | x
oneqeesoosocoennenshannnnetonad epplied for the registration of a trade |
~ caatedianeneran mark in Part “A” of Register in respect

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k URNISH 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 registration. The trade

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H.B. Towels 12 x 22...... .60 each
Oe ad oe es soe ee PLASTIC ONES Lace Table Cloths 50 x 70 $2.25 ,,
register the same after one month from $2.98 EACH Cent 46
9 » ONtres ea a i
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Laie ba siky. cant day of Qpugust 1951 | a aaa e of CMOS dew kins \ Gaeta 33 ” »
STYLISH New 4 ; Ss, \
Sencha inte ante a. Registrar of Trade Marks. |}} Linen Glass Cloths ...... $1.08 ” load
Eos daa high Chee 28.8.51—3n | ° DL
rawers, s, 5 rings, 's, .
Rendtate deel, Waubtande, ( | Auction Sale =
Renee operat eee eae | e
Mirrors na, itehen an ed =
room Cabinets, Tables for Dining, | THE TURTLE SHOP HH {
Kitchen, Radio and Decoration, shiaatite. uboas THE SALE OF FOR MEN t
ves, Sreneys eo meee sentien [I\]| Mr. JOHN HAMMOND’S ii
ad ond detailed strapless nighties FURNITURE uy
dua taerignibe Gumtne Spring Our own design and " B.V.D. Hriefs ok ei Chae $1.85 pr. pr. i
up, Caned and Rush Furniture in pink or blue Cotton lace " Y)
Stools. in Mahogany and Rush HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS 3 3
Stools Mahog and Rush })} $12.00 29.8.51—1n ||| will take place at “Strath- a South Sea Sport ont, fe $4.12 cash GO oh \
SINGER and other pesiien = i}, an ee ae wl . . ac >» Ts Anglia is smart, compact, powered by the famous y
regular and ctauiatieh, Crane, | ‘ aes | | 5th September. oa White Broadcloth Under Shorts - Ford 10 h.p. engine, equipped with excellent brakes, 1
phere: cn one other G. A. Service = | why $2.00 pr. pr. - andoefi . D bh 1 '
runks, Ice Box—BUY NOW | ni AUCTIONEERS a Cotton & Nylon Ankle Socks ova safesteering. Deeply-sprung upholstery affords ample \
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY ‘|| J + 4. B dines - $1.02 ,, . room for four big people and all their luggage can be ¢
.. S. WILSON | Gente at ee | accommodated in the capacious boot. The Anglia is
| |. is to be great.” EMERSON @ Britain’s lowest priced export car and it is extremely
SPRY ST. .
i dink ‘dal ‘ The most simple way tt. % A L E o- - %, A L E economical on fuel. Please call on us for a full demon-
Kt . j of cooking is by Gas PLANTATIONS BUILDING stration and for details of our special service facilities. {
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Refiections On

The Test Series

LONDON, Aug. 20,
; between England and South Afri-



ca is ¢ By three matches to one, England has

won the with one game drawn. For Dudley Nourse,

( n) ric Rowan, (vice-captain), and several other

er of the South African side, this is almost certainly
ir last cricketing visit to Britain.

And time is running out on

them rapidly Their final match



T. N. Pearce’s XI com-
Scarborough on Sep-

B.C.L. Colts
and shortly they

7 el
» N a T vil! board the ship for the return
Ope rt € Ww trip home. The one exception

against
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Notable

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







WINS CHANNEL SWIM

‘at international Cross Channel Swim was won by the Egypt-
u1 Hamad in 12 hours 12 minutes.
Egyptian Army warrant officer came third in last year’s

The 34-year-old

Seven Arrested

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28.





The Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation today arrested seven al-
leged Communist Party leaders in
tl Hawaii Islands The United
Stat Atiorney-General, Howard
McGrath, and the F.B Direc-
tor, J. Edgar Hoover, said in a
joint announcement that those
taken into custody included Jack

Wayne Hall (36), described as the

~ e Cuan McCarthy, the young fast
IEP SK bowler who goes up to Cambridge
Series ler who. 4008
i What can one say cf these tour”
B.C .L. ¢ on Sunday jsts from the Union who have
cx I (Empire played to the best of their ability
Cd to be an ar have proved such charming
of big games be- guests? Undoubtedly they have
e4 ry and City Divi- not been the playing success that
' u This is a the West Indians or the Austra-
will be fol- lians were. Nor have they a re-
ed. | ree games between cord comparable with that of the
e Cou ur City teams New Zealanders who managed tc
In Colts game Gooding ¢ at in four 3-day Tests
Ad ite ind Lewis (Sham- ingland
ave made centuries Negative
‘son, have been asked to South Africa lost the Test series
f. Another promiging player muinty because their approach to
G. Sobers of Keni, a left hand the matches was negative. Even
bowler who has been very though Dudley Nourse had the
¢ eason luck to win the toss four times
nN mes Ormond out of five, the attitude of h
be selected to cap- jatsmen suggested that from tl
the Country team and C. very first tall, they were trying
: Cc team. They will to avoid defeat. Even the double
npires in the Colts centuries b3 J RR it
subg Bridge and by at Leed
The Coits teams are Be re compiled with an ai rt
City Colts: Bascombe (ColtsP siiggested that it was a sin to hit
Capt Gooding (Advocate), Sob: he ball toc hard. Exceptions to
. Lorde, Roberts (Notre Dame), this line of thought were McLean, THE ¢
Yearwoor ( Rangers) Mottley, Var Ryneveld, Cheetham ‘and ian Mareen Has
Harewood (Yorkshire), Giobons Waite. In these the Springboks 17 stone 4 1b
11), Olton (Penrode), Wilkie nave young batsmen who will race, but won by a minute this year.—Express.
(Progressive), Hope (Liberty) erve them well in years to core co io 4
Country Colts: H. Nurse (N.P., Nor can it be denied they were
Cet C. Maloney (St. Cather- unfortunate to lose the service YES¢e
ine) A. Atherley. G. Sobers for over half the tour of young Cliff Lands
(Kent ©. Estwick, A. Mason Michael Melle, their fast bowler
(Danes). K. Gilkes (Cyclone), V. who had to undergo an operation 5,
Graham (George Park), H. Cor- for hernia- In the only Test in Knock—Out
bin (Barrows), FE. Lewis (Sham- which he was fit enough - ap
rock), Nurse (Majestic), Mullins pear, he claimed four wickets at ‘
(Norwich), C. Springer (New a total cost of only 17 runs. Wno In 51 See,
Standard) can say that x! he had pees weet:
Pe “ts ¢ sunc- able in the other games either ey |r y “
‘any Re LI displace McCarthy or Chubb or By SYDNEY ee Pate
to give them additional support, Clift 1 ‘ : ug. 23
eee that South Africa might not have <0 Andet on, tt British
‘Aven the’ series? Guiana feather- veicnt, entered
No Cricket the ring for his fight with Ger-

ald Dreyer at Porthcawl wearing



From the English point of view peaked cap That raised a

7 - the visit of the South Africans has laugh

€ Th.
y esterday been notable because it has seen The laughs changed to cheers
the rise of a young batsman who when Cliff waded in, put Dreyer

will surely play as big a bart in
the next fifteen years of English
cricket as Hobbs did in the year:

down f
him out

and then knocked
secs. flat

r eight,

Owing to a sodden outfield at an
nov

Harrison College grounds yester-
day play again was not possible

That was the finish—except for

before the war. The reference is one thing. Cliff, grinning, donned
he cricket match in the Inter a : ti test at ing. ,& g, 1e¢
Suhek. Toimnemect between to P, B. H, May, the young Surrey his cap as he left the ring, and
hi San? Cc Heck and Queen's amateur, who scored a century !n this time there were—cheers.
talon: , f Br e Gi Sa f * his first Test innings at Leeds. Cliff Curvis, the Swansea south
7 oars aga to t ae “i the Providing economic circumstances paw, cCutpointed former French
: tain bes ah ah aa o If do not render it impossible for weltey champion Emmanual
ee ve a, erat ayy tch him to stay in the game, he will “Titi? Clavel (deputising — for
the weather holds fine the match jonk with the great batsmen of European champion Charles Hu- ;




will be started today.
The jast cricket match in the
Inter Schools Tournament which

all time.
Another interesting newcomer
to the scene has been the young

m

covery round,



Harrison College played against yorkshire opening batsman Low- vis, happy and excited over his
the Windward Islands XI. ended on It is sufficient of him to say win--his' second over Clavel
~ a victory by 102 runs for Col- 4yat he is moulded in the best became serious for a moment.
ege, : : , _ Hutton tradition. Said Cliff in his soft Welsh
In their cricket, match the England's two needs now are a accent : “My only disappointment
Windward Islands’ XI. and j2¢e bowler to support Alec Bed- js that I ‘did'nt fight Humez
Queen’s College played to &# draw* er and a slow left arm spinner. Who’s my next opponent Why.”
count the focibAll matches = When two players have been grinned Cliff, “Charles Humez for
indward Is}ands XI defeated ¢,und to fill these positions satis- choice.”
Queen’s College — 6—1 and faetorily, England will be in a Other results—12 rds : Selwyn Evans
Queen p ee in __ their exe pesition to face the next Austra- (Newbridge bt Dennis Sewell Trek
. ve ric, ollege , a arrig eferee steoping fight end of 8th
or yi cay ; tory } xi lian challenge with assurance 10. td: Tomiry Batley > (Liverpool)
coe ie outpointed Dai Davies (S«ewen): Mel
wet pitch Ce ae Brown (U.S.) outpointed Lloyd Barnett
(Jamaica)



SANDS WINS—
BUT NO K.Q.

SYDNEY
Sands,

Y.M.C.A, Beat
Queens 5—4

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middle-weight champion, won his : : q :
By PAT MARSHALL fight against South African , Y-M.C.A. defeated Queens Col-
ASK anyone who saw the whole Duggie Miller at the Sportsdrome, r of British Guiana in_ their
Test series which matches were Birmingham recently, but the loser ‘able Tennis ‘Tournament at the
: . ue Y.M.C.A, last night. Nine sets
the best and they will pick on the received the cheers. Were plated And: VACA
three which finished in under 18 Miller, a fearsome-looking Av pia yee “mn alee hes won
hours of actual cricket—the figure, with blood streaming Mio creati ie: mentee oteiion
second at Lord’s the third at from cuts above and below a left gpiniqg phat eeuaD (Q.C) p -90
Manchester, and the last at the eye swollen almost to closing 91-12 21-15 Shichis lect th Mone
Oval point, received the ovation for 9.) (Q.C.)_ 14-2] “Q1-11. 16-21
The other two, at Nottingham standing up to ten rounds of rib- 9).)3. Gibson beat Mongul (Q.C.}

cracking right hocks and crosses
and piston-like lefts to the body,

and Leeds, went into the fifth day,

Gibson los part 2 v-
They were just sheer boredom, Hbson lost, to Moore (@.C.)_ 19

21, 21-13, 16-21. Forde beat Wons







Surely there is a lesson here for There was Only one knock (Q.C,) 21-19. 21-17. Shields los
the cricket authoriti Five days down in the fight. It came in to Moore (Q.C.) i6-21 10-2)
is too long for any cricket match the third round when a pile- Forde beat Mongul (Q.C 6
Tes should be of 18 hours’ driving right hook came down 2}-11, Gibson beat Wong (Q.C.)
duration. If weather intervenes, on the side of Miller’s head. 21-9, 21-10, ; 5

then extra time could be played on The South African went down





z) over ten rounds Curvis won |

e
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lu ine Owner game of We atter-
Swordfish beat Whipporays
Cigne one fur Swordilsia iN€Sea
Portiio scored iwree, UWeottrey
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Botn games were rather one-
ide4 as Harrison College and
dfish were vastly supericr w

their opponents. Flying ¥.sii were
wi*iout Mark Conliffe in the for-

d line and Desmond Johnson
came in at late notice to take his
place. Billy Ward, one of the

Whipporays leading forwards was
also absent and Harrison College
too played without their strongest
¢ soch “Mortimer” Weather-
heaa and Allan Taylor were being
rested
In the first game Harrison Col-
} three up at half time.
Piay centred in the Flying Fish
is the Collegians came down





in eated attacks. Early in the
econd half Flying Fish attacked
dangerously on several Occasion:
wd John Chabrol in goal for Col-
lege positioned himself well to
iv me difficult shots. After
thi however, College again
brought the game into the Flying
Fish area and by the end of the
game had netied four more goal.

Swordiish opened their game
with Whipporays at a terrific pace
ind in a couple of seconds Geoffrey
Foster swam through and score?
By half time he and Nesta Portillo
had scored two goals each. R
Gibson scored for Whipporays in
the final stages of the first half,
ifter Ralph Weatherhead of
swordfish had been ordered from
the water for a major foul. Gib-
on wag left unmarked and he shot
from close range. This brought
Weatherhead back into the game.

“Mickie” Jordan scored the fifth
goal for Swordfish early in the
second half. The Portillo brothers
followed with one each and
‘Mickie” Jordan netted the eighth
shortly before the end of play.

For Whipporays, Dudley O’Neil
relied too much on his long shots.
He was closely marked by Geoffrey
Foster and none of them were
really effective.

ey

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Harrison College: J, Chalrol,|
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ESTABLISHED 1895 THE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO RIDGWAY Reds Charge Allied Chief With 'Malicious Slander 9 HOI \ II Till W OHIO-Tilt | IS) U \a TOKYO, August 23. (jENERAL RIDGWAY may propose a fresh start in the Korean armistice talks, suggesting to Communists that both sides appoint new nego tiating teams, and shift the conference away from Kaesong. The Reds kept the truce conference alive in :; message broadcast, by Radio Peking, but left the next move to the Supreme United Nation:* Commander. The Communist message charged that Ridtrway had "maliciously slandered" UM Reds. Th i ferred to his note of last Saturday, which called the Red complaint.*; that the United Nations had vio lated Kaesong's neutrality, "malicious falsehoods". Russians Fly MIG15JetsIn Korean War -Australian Pilots Cloim KOREAN' AIK BASE. Au*. 28 Australian lighter pilm i ].. n %  that Communist MI.G. 15 jet fighters are being flowi "i*u pllata and i "'-i' %  stantlal evidence to prove their charge-. Australian Meteor pMots hive been trying uns-.n. i ,.: % %  enUce the Soviet-built M I.G'a into a scrap, hut fM ni.ul. month now, Cooununlat planea have mysteriously ihll from the new Brittsii jets 'initially, or course, the squadron's officers had "no comment" on tr.identity of the MI.G. pi hers of the nqundron. however, listed half a docon i let I • I • firm a t" support their thai the Ruealana and not the Chinese or North Koreana IN li the contrail oi the R.., S<|uadrnn leader Wil %  ..in own Qptniom, Bui i h;i\i nothiim to say fin |>ul>liiatn.ii Australian ; that one Bed pilot bull an M.I.G. that WM shot down by an American plnne in a dog-fight • TIM pilot YanR followed him all the %  ".'> down, trying ' R'' 1 a good look at him, and the pilot buried hift face in his %  hide hi* Identity Flying Sergeant Max Colebrook snid that none of the Ml*. DO furthei south than Chongju %  lUl Of tha rian border, even after thev had damaged unite* '' %  ' %  K Killed In Crush BOGOTA. Aug. ta Eight people were k ptivnl) l> hurt In i btM i raah night about 70 rnUM from Patto %  bta The bun was bound for Ipiales on the Ecuudoreaii front lei II' Hi %  %  : K %  Idonce 11 an I iity last Wi retort on which the Conuttunurti broke nit -. A Supreme Headquarters officer %  aid thai Ridgway could be expo %  adlata indu-.iUon whan the reply would \>? .•cut. but it ma> not ba to U houn D > Public li %  nil cement %  ntatlvea ol thu United Natloni Praaa al 10.00 pm. which aa to the natun %  %  % %  %  %  the laleat Communiat MUM tha official news tlona Command II li Immediately intcrprcti %  the United NatJ a I oounandar arlll probably %  %  %  %  • %  I .i lettei fn n Kim 11 Bun* and tin Peng Teh Huai General Rldgwaj Hi aid Q %  tha Communt u i"' ihe ra Invnatigatl' •. ol tin alleged KaoMong Inddanl may be a It til elToi t "to utilize their contnil of n I to their advantage." .ml ... Iii. announcement, after sketching m aorne detail, the United Natfci %  nd Conimuni-' and .'oiiirer-iiiarge-. dealing with i Ka neutral arm p poee that %  i patted. They H order nil i01 g to reexamine the evidence < leg a may b> i 1 %  i %  %  i luletil nature of large Bui Ihii i could be cured. Should Itu Inveatigation t reabable that much % on Dice Truman Can Basil) Win Re-Eleclion Aibsn Darkley Says 0ICHH %  I %  %  i %  though I;, i remain in politic.. ' I to lead en ol tl a Mlcli %  Party attending a ... that thi Seeretai .' SI mded by %  i t r llui •I'liiiaii iPPEALSTO HALT TUNA \\iiilahh IMPORTS 1 %  .. 1 %  • %  1 p COPPER FAMINE STRIKES U.S. %  Wall Street Unit threatened by the !*rik. and refinery worki in this \ %  brought to a itand out that beflan on Mondaj i %  %  ,%  %  ., I about two week Recent tons were rale laed to uai the United Btatee rtoi kplle i nl % %  %  i | : lias ffO* % %  on forelAi %  %  ; %  i i IIIHI torn an.i bnpertedl much. -t'.p. U.S. Labour Unionists Attack Senator Tail Bj I1AKKY w FEANTZ WASHINGTON. AuguW 2S. Umttd Stales organised Labour, representing 16.iHKJ.ono unionists, has returned its all oul drive to eliminate Senatoi Robert A Taf u %  Pre IdentlaJ pouibility. Union publications arc filled With ait. ft, the TaP I Labour Law and Tail's viewi on foreign aid and othi national polii Lea The reaction, ai i %  • %  i thai the laboui attliu k irct ma tl tlw 10U Linslriu As <;nilt\ As Uus.-iuus -Michael P. Walsii Says \ WABHnraTON August W. The ReVl mathemaUclan Albert .. %  of the %  "Mi i that we on %  i tige of in, scientific poaition" to %  I i • %  udna the .' %  ... i.cally an I Wl in and I enlm can be Just ea wrong nr| dangrrOU ..Hi. %  W %  aid. He night at Ihe :'i;th Am entlon of Uw Jcault Sdanti —i r .i i can no".i Chief .ii. Ho Supreme Court a* ihe Dc i tender. Their I %  • %  -r.r inrurinouiilalii' P* l'iK labour %  %  %  : Many Frierd* %  % %  il bargalnint i ei .] %  aaln *eetc | UhH %  %  %  i an convention, it i.%  that Truman wou d step ..( tl. ro .^ m %  %  %  Uce V %  Ideal tge %  DOint. He ha-t N r<> he I B • I and %  me & 1 %  I %  %  %  %  n n embi i conaL'oiu ne-fourth Of the t"il tiunal 1 iboui fon of 62,000.000. now largely employ) 1950 in the race of I Ike vs. VfJMOU IMS -he I ihower aa '.•rat. per* I Hal i %  %  %  %  %  %  i fall %  %  %  %  •nurh *ik. but ttH poll*. %  %  ;n the L*t % %  i I i erammc. i^rcdnoss. %  •r.unun end lorn." Ttk %  %  I %  I ,S M Itcilivia To Sign New Contract on Ti n NEW YORK. Aiuiust 28. Bolivian tin produoei aoeivi ,. new pin. ; -it Will gned i>n Wedneaday by t..<%  • %  !:.... %  !. %  Coiporation and ihe Rollvian Bmbesay In Waahlnaton, The contract provides for the .ivi.,n tie. lot %  %  Ing further negotiations on th higher price %  oughl b \\ hen the new price is agreed on, it will to tales made under the p The prod %  i lo not have llgures yet on the June pi Lut the avera a . %  amount baa been piled Chilean an I rta durif-u %  — t T. GANGSTER SHOT TA.Nil %  I ArmaiiOu "Flai %  %  %  %  %  .... . I %  i:-'i>K killing it) Tampa dl None "f %  -• Arrwted for ihOi Jimmy C %  Tampa I"'*' ^orld repi i at sword polnta l iin the Tru %  %  %  ijhour Unloiaa. jni hi %  I i i TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART V' M fiopttnilir LlRhUni Up' 7 oo pm H p.m. Low Tide: 1'. ID. an4 8 28 p.m. %  I rcl. m\ you to ratal like Uic*r two h md Brlk N i %  %  *"* >. rq the i ... %  i V %  >m urriuiuiy II.CV pt. lo piocMd lc Aaatrla, Jegea) %  and then on tu Alu Bap Conservatives Blast Herbert Morrison lit KOIIKICT I THE CONSERVATIVES hat 1 1* rbei %  Mori "gai red" pool and the hikfi recent Brltiah rtiatoi j In : Soclaligm. \h< Coi riad confined thi ir ] ihcy until Chun Parliament lag! month t.< J: % %  k nol i JACKSON I.ONIK W A l 2fl )H-ned lire on I .in oflanaive agalnal the i. Luinrecedei U six yi la wai %  Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund THE larcost donation to date, one of 1W( sent In by Oeiinal Trader* Lid. yv-ti-r day boonted the d-iy's takuiK" to well over a thousand dol larx. Tinpuaied tl tioyond tic $20 milk. tm Ibera hi ull a long w. v %  ii tiir help t i>. iiven I i' eeauaenaarate witii tin* need of uie -ufferorin Jamaica. "Erery penny ibadly npdad" w tinlaM report from the Governor of the atfl kao eolony HAVE YOU CO^^^BIBUT BD vi:r SurvaUon now Uu lite homeleo in Jainiira Wont you help promptly 1 Sand or bring your donation to-day to either of tl %  i the office of % %  Barbado* Advocate. Plaa** mark It "Jamaica RrlM Fund" || (HI .IK1 M-..I.I. < IIJ 1 N a i %  i i i %  HOT E ti N II A 0*t\r\ %  %  Whitehall Altryoe. Arthur ii CO LM Mta a A R I %  Ivo, t. onu I low have de%  i!,; tO till' ul M nhimaell • irgue ihat provoki I Ihem %  I lleal uti !' i ( hurchlll •: %  %  i 1 Ihe in<>. i %  I %  %  %  ; %  %  ild hi I i >' C< I %  I %  l-ord Pc I %  %  # On pace 7 (j.S. Sugar Slacks Oi>wn LONDON. Au 1 :i ill a it' 0,000 %  %  %  on ISS0 wnii inl %  %  %  %  1^ dnd may ind r Mann M| %  .i lataal dn IUU ut |irle llo. tu.. ettli .if ri>.. i %  i %  Comiri wealth produeUon nay nol be up \u expe* iation tu nuac ..f thi In South Afrk i %  in ptlon MI..V ... world dema %  unllkeh %  %  ,i,it laboui bul %  I BREADM VIFNKSS GRIPS SMALL i \i\'M.i\ TOWN -Docrofi Investigating— %  rui h h i %  I I i thn a lit %  i %  i men! | | %  %  all MM. ,'i he Rho %  %  1 Idlddli %  %  %  %  One theoi at that I %  with ihe veti I. weed whl linen MMirV**M< m lb> I %  imettn* In i -i. i %  %  i : Wl i %  r r Hes90ge*Carrying Itultoons I nnvrvi' Communists %  %  %  %  %  %  polio nei v %  %  %  %  It K I %  1 %  %  i ultural I ll %  %  I P Trumuii W ill Not U<" Imltli Cahiml WASHlNOtON, Auit. 2* %  Truman shuffle I %  t %  %  %  %  I ISix Will Die For Abdullah's Death I 28. to death i %  King Al ; ... %  %  La of the l ihf killing of the Kli I nt to I %  [1KOTON, Au %  %  %  %  %  Pacil : i %  I %  %  thai %  %  1 %  %  %  ii % %  %  %  If British iiisurumv <;<>mi,;nii\\\i|| Paj Out Ebawil) i rnmmt Cmng To San I'ranvisco %  i Mondi | ... %  a/hti H %  Wedna l P %  %  I i %  aa ,i 1 i.i %  eni 1 %  Kingpton • %  %  il. | | : ill IN I %  %  i (|Ulck • %  • I'.i •. n , i %  the i %  %  quickly." Mid an oil %  "Whei %  evaat In man] %  lain I time to %  Ihe %  %  %  II) [n aorni 1 %  nil 1 %  I A chartered The "AOVOCATF." pay*, for NF.WS Dial 3113 Day or Night NEXT 72 HOURS OR SATURDAY SEPT. 1st BEGINS %  The foul %  U AI dullah %  % % %  %  i k part in in 1948 %  \-. 1 / %  %  %  %  %  : %  I %  %  %  %  i r %  i %  %  %  I ml will au v\ j i <>\ a II i ORD MM IKING i MI WILSON'S i N. E. WILSON & Co. M. i.l.i I v Mi i. '•..---Ii~. .il li.. rd-Bn Pi k I II Bu ... Mini Dial M76



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rw.i FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNI Mm U (.1 ST 2'J l!i.',l BARBADOS &# AlMMtfll . 1 —-.— r——i Wrdnt-lii>. AngM M. 19.".1 DECLINE IN %  report of a ID—Unj <>f the Vestry (rf St. Thomas U IW I nibltions from elemental y parish bad failed !>> i'.. %  i trance *\ amination t u %  al Qirla* Schtml The discussion winch MttUld showed that the Vestrymen nor the Dii Education were satisfied with the State ol ','. might be well now the public could not be satisfied either and that steps should I %  i :Iii; an immediate rei The Hi UM Si Michael School in her report said I pupUi waking entry had secured up to i : marki In the varloui subjects. The Directoi ol Education In bia Statement pitinted out thai any pupil who secured less than 50 per cent, marks did not • %  an exhibtion lie was further hat the work .' within the ability of the pupils. Prom tl liable tO assume thai the teaching Of the pupils was responsible U v their failure. Tin-, is not surprising; For loroe time now the teach, is ol the Elementary Schools have been ordered i" Include Latin. French, Spaniah and Mathematics In the curriculum of the aohoola. ItJ larly unfortunate thai the parents and the general public who nipped education by way of taxation do not take greater Interact in the result of the huge expenditure on this Item. At the time this most undesn.it.l' was instituted, this newspaper pointed oul that unless the Elementary Schools bad fulfilled their peculiar function of teaching the three R's it was wrong t Id lanf*uat.<' %  > curriculum. That order has now produced the farcical situation of Dementarj Teechen ha 1 I pupils to foreign Ian. i. Inordei to be able to teach the children in the This low standard ol education In the Elementary Schools has been attributed to an unfortunate combination of muses. In the lirst place many of the teachers object to the system of ase-rouping and 80 are OOl likely to produce the best result under it, secondly there has bee Song time a severe shortage of teachers. It might have bet n ] ble for agegrouping to succeed in this island if it bad been preceded by compulsory edu c ation under which children of the same age would have gone to school at the same time and would have been grouped naturally, in the next place it would navel necessary to have u full complement ol in carry out the demands f the new system Hut theee new iya1 a introduced without any reference to the wishes of the parents or the fundamental needs of the children. It is no exaggeration to say that there is general dissatisfaction on the part of the public with the standards of education and conduct of children of the Elementary Schools. Employers complain I Hat children who have been pupils of theei cannot address themselves to strangers, i nol write simple English in letters Of application, and this has produced BO ve type of youngster who must be rude in order lo be recognised Teachers In the secondary schools tell ol the declining standards of pupils of the Eld schools who m former years were made to concentrate on their languages In the lower %  ni who surpassed the other pupils in reeding, writing and arithmetic. Master n complain thai many of them who ary Scholarships cannot read tin12-inch rule ami know little about %  ions. Tins is a far cry from the days when pupils from elemental j tools went on to Scholastic attainment ol entered the trades and without any Other tiamin and clerks. ndition oi thii ndicato OUS deterioration in the educational standards ol which Barbados once I no that the matter be taken up by •his way ed to In %  %  %  11 th %  %  allow U %  %  It is It IIV Ol* Ma fur Found In lain .1 iciirs Al'lf iSliool lug Two deny secret mission murder —'Someone is oaf to get me THE b \ i i six rean aft* Mi win be ..' h.had %  li-hind It. The kltUn I Hi o And the strangest %  . . %  %  %  Igned confa ... %  %  intrymen. UM pro%  till rtrawi my as PX%  it .tppcars, has much l %  i American law, Ilul t' %  %  %  Both Dropped IM miles behind N.i/i lines in. of UM Major Hoi %  i i i so, wai more than i on mile* behind Uv 11 i PHI I a %  %  I %  i l %  With nil I %  %  n i 1 ("The Sweet"), red I><>MI R0Ch> Major carried B3MM in geld tc I in I Carl i %  Dolce ire UM men now illtei d to I '..I.I Hotohan i R rtad with %  %  ot-two BUI Hotohan had and lawyai Ha wai %  Catholii He did I %  drink. %  %  %  ri -wN:v KODIN ... %  .)-. the IT. 45 mileo Milan He had been .. law ler than Irardi and sant U have bidding .I. empty aoi %  %  arorh to %  make not fall CoflUBU 'iitnd*. But almoal .it ones U 1 clash t*-twn tl,R*V lleub %  Wanted to work with Ceanmanlata Lo Doles wanted to 100041 lome "f ihi eUmlnaUng lli'lohan pre %  eU in Do %  sd tn move oo'i heodquarb Qermani wenbelieved in have located n Dee %  sri t'have been Indn cod irt in ihe Irardi warned him: "If we don't net MoecatelLI end 11to Switzerland without %  hoe" — |h Im-al cintv itiiram' for lvstrr\ rropcnrd fire paofS later Who-, is now alleged to h*\-e roauy lu-ppeni-d was suoeeted . June 1950, live and a half ftar thr "shooting." when Holohan's body wes recovereit from Laka Orti The h<pid ifd had been aroused when ha InvarUeoraSl the scene of the on the villa. tea that lap only ammuuaad was American. The C.l D .,f the American Command at Trieste was called m. and the tw ( Itiilians who had eorkod with the mission gave informatt.Mi under mterrogstion Tnssrrl a coin |o decide sfcneHin This u*as tfi*ir story. — (m the ntpht of DecemlKT fl Hotohan took his seat at the heed or the table at the villa and said grace bald Ins uttentlon while cue of the Italians put thre 1 flfthe of a RTaniinr of potassium evanida into th.majors plate While Uie men later played cards Ihey could hear Holohan pxamlnaV 'We'll have to shoot him." Icnrdl said. They tosse.1 eoifl ''.,11 .-;-. Idwool up to the m.M and sliot him twice in the head with a 9 mm. It | The l^xly was strapped in a %  Isop taa bag. weighted, end d r opped bl the lake The bag d it and it was recagnis10I0 amen found last year 100ft deem After the murue r a fako attack wan engineered lo explain away |he major's death. 1-ist August Carl I" Dolce, now marrtod with tw„ children. 1* staled to have confessed to Army C I.D. men m America, bl term* said to l simliur to those put together by Itallar. police. i am innocent' FOOTNOTE : leardi said last night : "The charges that I plotted Major Holohan's death axe abui-i .out untrue 1 am absolutely innocent, KnttTn>r ol this c*iunir>' srs trying to extradite me to IUly. f would not stand ., chance of .1 lair trial there because of the nature of m v war work. T would be willing to re-enter the ormy and face a military court." ^t'tvs From II ri tain Bl LUUn her bl M lUDJOl I %  1 %  %  1 -' I 1 1ve with some widi home I um their ternu), in 1 1 Fhi 1:1 %  n -I'll <> %  <' %  go far ol ihc Peace rreat) %  i.i' .1 1 Europe, (but not BriMln ich by the ..f the United 1 in :inature of the exchange Itself, after 1 %  %  %  r Snvemlk Bovlel Union. ITobably the B01 let 1 exploltlns %  %  1 %  bj alwaj %  being reodj % %  m %  .I And si Ban 1 o II"'.' will expli It th it 1' The ,l..| %  no enthual public nen 1 > • I U taken %  %  %  %  public, in pBoaralj Ii %  little confused. Wi propaganda li" s sngllitunan with hi %  i" rennlal loyalUe* \i" UM h.iiK.iiL.ins .t Jai %  % % %  HI 1. rath ti .HI to the it, i win nasTtel %  OBKBTS United States. Opinions ohangc rapidly. Now the bast that is tieing said of. the Jaodb l thai 11 iii i. signed it s..n rreacteco ai UM lean ol |HI ill vils .TO NORWAY n'KIl I'lIK FOAM" h Ballad). Soclalllt Mnusteis have dishal Norway has had a i lovornmenl rot naafl] I consoUng a leuson AtUae and Morrison en Uwli boUdayi in tho northern plnee, Bui perhaps the "i that vWUng escaping from the ail in,, iiii|iiiMtivc ;i!tention.~ i.f the Not rot SoclalUts, again, that > % %  I II the luxuries of tinKivteta. (niii-.v ad I tar Soon wo wUJ be able u> tell b) trie fi,.t thai %  Chancellor •end "i Belgium' whether the pound >> to uor davaluodl Mr, Attlee cUmbed the blgheet mountain OO Northarn Europe, (8.100 ft 1. .ui,l Mr Morrison i> Ofl Ubut I think he "ill be t'*> late to see the mldnlght run unaaaj he go 1 up In mev A frland tells me lluit tic may (u^i rotai the 'M'-i|inti. late lit 1 %  wai There 1.m> (mlitual Implication in this, we trust. Mtidern Cathedral ii you re mem ber that our tormoi enemlai in BerUa called iietloo of cafnadi "Baedecker Itaids"" The Idas of the Luftwaffe was to attack 1 1 %  etc monumentt. Nobody could tell what good the German High Command thought would come of that (IncldentBlly the fact that not a single bomb was dropped on Oxford or Cambridge has slwa] 1 Ml 1 %  panilaUon). One of the more totenetve raidr destroy ad Coven. Cath.drai md fnr a tune an attempt was made to develop the verb ••" coventrate, but it failed to reach me dlctionaiy. That was ten vesis ago. Now, at ten %  celebrated wrsrude bst w aon lea oedj school and the new. a ledsiorj baa bean taken 00 the new Calhcdnil. The undigintu-.i struggla turns around the peraon "f the Bishop of Covanny. The Ki^hop rius always been unhappy at the waj in which the altar. in most churches, is tar away at the end of a long building. He has wanted, for symbolic and religious reasons, to bring It balk Into the centre of me church and attract attention to the altar by the modprn Bids Of Itchting mid the lines nf mixleni atchitecture. After the war the Bishop coir' n design for the rebuilding of the Cathedral, it included .• 11 hut own ideas It lauscil an upntai nf dis.salisf.ictn,11 and dlsappotntinent among the levan 1 and more traditional church architecture. As a eon II wai derided lo hold an architectural eornpatltton I designs to a Ixtard on which me Bishop was not represented The competition has now been won by an architect of the younger group, Mr. Basil Spanes *rho plans to keep the ruins of ihc old cathedral in being, and place, alongside, a great modern building, with the cathedral's High Altar to the middle of the "nave" The Bishop's original ideas have been vindicated bv the judges Mr. Basil Sperire designed his cathedral a* a "recrealnwhat he called the much greater strain <>r planning the "fwtlva! ol amain". His victory S4.'al of success on the "modernKngltsli arrhitix tui.Our Id .ill* r*. S;i* : I'lu Ik. Wartton T T)„Edit Th. 1 SMI The following I lion of I K of the llndings of %  %  1 People In the Armed Service 2.000.000 left over to do the work 7.000,00') in Stale and t oundl Offices B,800,O0O %  left over to do the work 200.000 In Hospitals. %  t 1 r Asylums. 1 rid Qiej hound H. icing iMjm vex to do 74.000 then who ilon t %  an) to rrorh 62,000 iver to (*' 12.000 II 11.998 %  2 %  ol running CNCI.ISHMAN. CnmsiMHUlvills To the Cduer, rka AeeeeaH Sir. —I am young BolsnUSI aged 27 reeking correspondents in Harbado*t and I am writing to ask your help My chief interest* ni affairs, cricket, post.ic,. stamp collection and rcadiiii' and I would like to get Hi touch with people to Barbados having similar interests. I have, many correspondents scattered throughout the world but so far I have none in the West Indies Could I >*k you t. help me to forge anothe,link to my world-wide chain 1 Thanking you bj Sdl the help Which I feel il] V I) HOPKINS 34 Cathedral Road, Cardiff. walaa %  %  must. 1951. Stalin Goes On Holiday By KICII win JONH EdMog of British Ally in Moscow IMR-M IT is at leas! one measure nf the pi 1 made in the new Soviet Empire that when dusk falls 111 Moscow nowadays a crimson and blue neon sitfn over the Hotel Metropole Invites everyone m the wor ker s pared %  i by Air." Of course, vei \ tew Rugslauu can aflord t do so. except those travelling at State expense. But the si^n is iust as much a trend of the U the desire o( the new So\ic elite i" en] v the luxurfea of modern lire while the going is good and the conviction thai the Stale should provide them. It means thai thousands of VIPs — Party ..'listers (no more aie | %  • and Combine Directors— have 1they did before the war. %  spend 48 hours in a train to reach their] pink and white State-provided summer villas on the Russian Riviera. Leaving their offices at 2 a.m.—as many ol I them normally do—they can board an air-' plane at Moscow Airport and be sipping an II) hours later on their verandahs at' Sooehl, Sukhomi. or any of the other | Black Sea resorts. In and tinmajonty of the Politburo however, prefer the more leisurely (and safer! train journey to Soochi, cut last year] to o"i nuns When they travel south their] elegantly furnlihed private coaches—MolotoVs is exactly like Stalin's, in mahoyany. with two bedrooms and offices—are coupled lo one of the new fast diesel trains 1 sleeping ears, Sharing the Black Sen coast with them durinc the season are usually some two mil Uon ol the nation's best workers, but though' they may breathe the same air, they may not ; share the same beaches, still less the same! luxurious living itandarda, TIIK GAY l-IFK Outside Moscow, social life among Russia's upper slrata can be gay and hectic, but there is no evidence to SUggesI thai in Ihe DOBt-war years it has attained the scandalous heightsi it did in the thirties, of which David DalHn rite in his new book." "Little leaders" and their wives used then : to travel to the resorts and many of them still do. for that matter—not for their health but for amusement To them "amusement" meant drinking bouts and love affairs. The behaviour became a legend among the ere* ol the lih.e Express, the super Pullman train which used to carry them on their jaunts In this respect social life on the train [teeli broke all records, and no one should know better than its former chief, Vladimir Tregubov, who. says Dallin cryptically, "had a chance lo leave Russia during the war." after the Kremlin had commuted a dealh sentence on him According to Dallin. who is presumably quoting Tregubov, "over a thousand officials in Russia have private railway coaches, or at leasi. they did before the war." To-day, he adds, the number has probably risen to include some of the new military aristocracy This is an extremely doubtful assumption. Though many of the Soviet's bureaucratic tsars enjoy unique privileges—including homes, cars and servants—the country certainly has nol that much rolling stock to spare, a facl which several high-ranking Red army officers wlm had to share two-berth sleepers on the Red Arrow with my col-; leagues and I would certainly confirm. Nobody outside the Soviet elite has ever 1 penetrated Ihe three-ringed police cordon.' with its dogs and electric trip wires, which circles the lir-sludded estate outside Moscow where Stalin and his henchmen live when not on vacation. Their private lives are a sealed book to all but a few trusted servants. Bui Di.llin. ex-Mcnshevik and refugee, manages to give us a behind-the-scenes picture of how Russia's top men live. so VIRV MKJRCUMM8 Stalin's country home—ils Moors are expensive walnut and mahogany inlaid With ebony—has a mere 17 rooms. This is wrhei he used to spend his week-ends with Rose. his thrd wife, a sister of Kaganovich. erfa B Villa is adjacent. The most remarkable thing about the tl tenor decoration oi the country houses ol \ iel leaders is ihe utter absence Ol Their establishments are bourgeois to the nol houses, orchids in vases, chambertarched aprons, men white gloves and white jackets, warmed nner, the moat %  on Ice, in December; and to help them %  cares of State then line, artificial gardens, tennis 1 and swimming pools. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED -////• \ KXV 501 \FA t WPIKl —l.l Lfl NOW OPEN ! MODERMSKD AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS ADVOCATE STATIOXEIII %  .: %  .::: %  .-.-.-.•,-.-.-.-,-.-.<,-.-,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-,-.-.-.<.'.-x.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-., M I II A V I'hp miracle wrap with a hundred uses in Kitchen and Home HYGIENIC. GREASEPROOr. MOISTU REPROOF. FIREPROOF, ODOURLESS For protection and preservation of cooked and uncooked foods. For better, quicker and more economical cooking. Fur r onscrvation of space in frigidaire and larder. Moulds to any shape and requires no tying nor fastening. Reduces wsshing-up and scouring to the minimum. BUY A ROLL TO-DAY. WILKINSON & HAYNFS CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Thenas 11472 & MH — I;KKIIII STORES OFFICE FURNITURE by SWKKV sill I,0> I III. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. Jj&Jttdi' J*OOtWJMUl WALKOVER— " B'own Willow Calf Oxfords. Black Box Calf Oxfords JOHN WHITE— Two Tone Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Casuals Black Box Calf Oxfords -Brown and Beige Casuals Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Black Box Calf Oxfords DA COSTA fe CO. CTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ###!•#• **


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p M.I inn HAKIIUMls \|i\i,( 111 H'l I'M SO w \1 (I --I , I'i'l Ccutib QaUinq NERVOUS DOG! Paris hats to suit a!l features COMING S(P T 14* M R AM) MRS KKANKIr MAY I just over three *. bai lados. They have M ...ivrrs* mother Mi i nson. Mr. Mayer* ti uh Hull, Jones and Co in Port-of-Spsin. Mr. atao an official paaara* if the Trinidad Amateur Watfi Polo Association. En route To B.G. L EAVING Guiana Don i. i: w i. A i .1 n 11 %  turned I Una on AUKUNI 2'nii Mr pklUlpi b .vith !i..U In Fl-G. His wife the ioimer May Mcughlcr of Mr. and Mr %  Oeorge. Accompanying them will ba their |n children. Appointment W EST INDIANS partlcularl, Liana, will bo I 10 learn thul Mr Join Ranfctna, iMii. has been appointed B Itl h U< Id) I bar. it will ba recalled that Mi Ranklna wat Colonial Qacralaty, Barbados, in 1945 until 1947. whan %  Kanya Continuing Vacation M R p. OSWALD ADA I risler-ut-Law. practising in < lulana led Barbados over the week-end by 11 W l.A. for Trinidad -!' %  day stay at Culpeppcr GuOSl House. Bothsheba. Mr. Adams is contbtuanfj hit i in Trinidad. Back to Trinidad M R. RUPERT LEXI8 v ho had been holidaying in Barbados returned to Trinidad last nighb) B.W.I A. Mr Alexis works with Messrs. Geo. F. Huggms and Co Trinidad. Canaan CJub Exhibition T HK BarbadOa Camera Club are having a display of nafabara 1 (.holographs at the Barbados Museum next month. The exhibition is scheduled lo open on September 7th. Dentil me dale for member* to send in thru is September 4th Thin display was originally intended lo be held during October, but as the Museum will not bi available at that I bffOUfRl forward. More About Huts T ALKING about huts on lloeklcy Beach, yet. M :i hut in the middle of !',.> Street, opposite the Esplanade. Men were working in Hie road and ( %  %  .,! %  |o |h) bola they had made was a small hut. Either for use in • the event ol ratr or prataetton from the passing traffic. W HIN ran want a toxi. you probahiv ihoul In .i loud and vulgar vote*, "Taxlf"; OT you signal artth youi hand, I and without dignitv. Hut %  fashion house has produced an utiibrell.i with a whistle attached lo it. which "can be used DJ | lad) • leeding and dl I loi.^ to see a lady of good breeding and distinction holding lihe umbrella dolicatoly in unr hand .mil raising the whistle to bti disdainful litSfiUl the other. The (Ira* raucous blast will Mini ] mon a poUeamao and stray dogs These tha will ignore I with Ufl ol Hi* %  Then. wiping 1 h.-.j mouth with the back of a well*: manicure i cleaning the ptattnanti adbartna to lha whistle on a corner of her dross, the ui aaaaj a second bfc • WisumlfrKlnndiiifjs J>Y this time. thktvan or SOTM othai i > Una a crowd win bava gathorad, and, by the exercise of thai ..dmiration tries deprived lorn, win bavi 11-*-1 r into | queue If the lady the police that she is not -.: ii.ii.. bat not lost a dog. Is not blowing the whistle la disturbance, she will be commanded lo take her place at the end of the queue, much to the delight of the jeering Next time si %  ha adU try very prattily "Taxi!"' DRESS GOODS l INECT Q1 tun —SI.8? — S5.IB Yd. READY MADE DRESSES —by l>orville of London s"x anoi," an .. ii LADIES' UNDERWEAR r\Nlll< \l'il'| TTICOATS Ml.11 I Dill --M v HK tsSir.NR* S\LO\*. SI niMIR \'.\ I I I KM h P \ I I I KNS DIAI. 4606 BY THE WAY.... Smoh'li'MM rmlhlt vatvhvnfirr T HE gentleman who ad recently thai Mi landlady g:ive linn for III %  fictoul a path ahonW bo a |th the marvali "I modem chctnlcal food. No hi I authority than tha Mliusto "' I laid it down i an axiom thai 13 parts pressed milk eieenoc In aqua! four parts of proCOMM i ba >oik of an egg i> .ttl j baraeoid. and then-ton u|*rfl(iou> Kaoca UW i>pularitj if edllle Iitmed fungi, and may 13.000 little demons in stOOpI*%  rowned nal run waj with nl.ll thi matter. Rupert and the Sorcerer li is some minutei briore Rupert '*o get his br*h bk iftr iht titrsordirury things ihit have hippcncd. Oh. whit hat i I don* ? he iiipi. He cluiche* % %  ilw hiudl* to prevent himiell from beg bloy n utl ihe aaucei. but i" UNEN DEPARTMENT i mi N um rsiiis.io I'illow Oam—S7.47 and S3.17 FOOTWEAR | Ml N s LAI11IS A (I1II.I>HINS -ll.ll S 1 %  latest Fashlnns HD1SKRY DEPT. AKKOW S1MRTN— J7.10 and S68 HOSE—$1.17 — SI.41 kfBN*B TKOl'SERS—S 17.85 MINS IIKESS1NT. GOWNS WOOLLEN 1)1 IT IIIOI'K \l SIITINC.S T. R. EVA^ T K A Will 11 II IIIS %  YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220



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WF.nsr-uw MOIST , itsi BAItliAUOS APVOCATF IM.I SEVEN C*l AQCTPTP'n ttPiQ %  • %  ' %  %  € SALES FOII 111 M rimw \OIMis TlLEPMOHl IfOt r.-.g. M kMHN Carlb Calli-m tie rargr M MO-i foi ..,,> r. umber of nd II M on Stand*? i foi an? number ot ordi up lo M and %  rinU per wont on week-da si and 1 • (inu per ward n Sundays lo* each additioe..: N • IN MEMOR1AM I OK SALE MlnlnkK cfcarg* uW JJ read) ,. d M 'Ml Sa-Wiau* 14 wordi — vrfT 4 WOT* 3 (Mi • trord ••*—•. "•• %  %  %  m.a"> ck—aa tew* 13 mil and %  rnia J •,***., M nH. u'di 3 resile word ****** 'ef* a dord aa Sun dan. | I. .. %  I. t IK aa VI MM .:. t SEAL ESTATfc. mown M Ho n Swan SB*.' -r.j -..mi,!-. % %  %  | a m HOUSES i n IIM> tenant AUTUMOTirE iB (.>' %  Vau*h*1l Id -1' i r iBBe Cyril SVa..** 1* • ll—tn. 1 ' I I our dent %  Oodki. ..mng rough The II. I . %  IT iPMhOTI. Adelaide Foal* '.. r rl*r I .Brother*.. Blmo Mid aa*,* Mule. I* Car IBI msafl In lllion No NiNiKb' 4B-.I or tpvl%  B do. a I si 11 *. CAR good WH CAR Drop.he.d convertible Fold V-l in good rondilion llydraul>ralli opriaVJ %  und Ring R S Nirholla .*S5 bttaeau 10 %  m and 4 p m HI I I ... fret of land I Ml | M .r-f,. r,, Mr r S MarooU. Pdrt) mill bo ari up lo Pub|K con PVUtlon on Fnda* UM Au|uirtdari|n*d wil, otn lor aaur V I-NIC (ompoiiiion .) Owir „Arr No ll Hi|l. *iwl InlrMM*. on FTHI** ihf Tin day of *vt*rnbor. iol ,i 3 THF CAMP On In* Hot St l,.r. 14 1 :i t CLIFTON TBRRACE—T an a[.pr,,vo.. tenant FUrifhod Horn*, t'ppvr Rav Si Ot poaat* VdChi and AdualK C. "• A.. AfM on pntmlan 1 lllu* .lrr Trrtur ntwl cupbo^rda Phoai M t il-tl. Tb* do %  IJIVM: CAR A Ford Prvlvri Nw Shock Ab"Dibera .nd iuM-r mat aofta nauktd laal work tl 000 Bcn>amln, S*-otln Ci-tla,* Marina Oaaddita. Dial > %  u a i %  > •llmgho.iM k n o 1 vrtjj win. 11 • "im* Uda Ma| lonuuiin* ii. n*n! *tS> *.i HI <al daVJ nrafM Sunday. tMfw*n Iho hoiira ol II noon and | FCRNISIIFP FIAT 1 rour A***.' "i'"* lap. from Si: F*nn* 4003 M I ?l—ate I parlkroUi. and 1 WMtnlna BrMrnIMH Mod*ni' 1 MM all laMU bfl d di G. 11.14* and %  arvoakW %  >. ai.'ii sMASt IB .,, r loving Mother Rasalrir* Srr.jrl who 1 1*11*1 Vtn i'>4 No %  ..T.>-, %  1 pjlna I hate •ufTarvd NM| I iiMil h*i I .1* w,li MVdl br Ih* itm* TAKE NOTICE PERMUTll J 1 I RMVTaT COMPAHV i li '• %  %  %  1 ippllod lor! II.i T.I, KLKCTKKAL II l Ikll MAHHINIi MAI HIM. Vtn linka-d-D.al *•!• C—rlo.% n r —* MBM-dt. iti:nu(;rriATon Cumin I tft.-I" A inaniifaoiuri* Nw Covrttoy C.a.rt* D UIM n I HOI'EHTV (> % %  •> lwo-.tor*> houar ill .'* %  M. [rd. Hill Slandini on ., 1 KJkU %  bNd A 1. a • 31 f,: Th undarvdnad will aflat for Sale • i OUIUMI at lhau Ufflr* Ni i: llnrh Hlrt. Hrlddrlowo. or. Fnd. ih* 14ih day of Srptrmbri. Il at 2' voi r.M\ m I %  1 fcafbH awtf* !1h ..11 CO M-V > %  F1 >u Hi 1 51 I'l .IISO\ \l Th* puliliim nrrru. a.mird .mainai .HI %  %  i.-.l:I .-.pomibir fo. rLKMTI KK I I l< VITI'HF M F.| !' II liit^ra. irctaraik 1 MT| %  %  piodurti for uir 1....1 .Hi fr %  Ml du o* *ui oro* pprw.-i ahall 111 in,I %  "1 i.tfic, lipo.1110.1 .1 -,„h irglalmlloD Th* U r I b* I I Dai*.l ihk mm d.v of Aufuil IHI II WILI.LAMS Rffiitrar of Trade Mirk. M a ii TAKE NOTICE Thai THF WELCH GRAPE JUICE COIT UfK i forporallon omantimi nidrr Ihp laa of In* St.!* M N*w v %  . ,.f A-TII..V hoa* trad* M builncu oddnrn %  WnlSald. I i-.:iutauq-.i*. Now York Culled SlaUa M .. applied for Ihr T*ilrali"" ol a trade mark in I'mi A of H.n %  iii renpecl of srape Juice, a nan-alcoholic ..nd noil-* era led beverage, and will be fajffataa ih* wm* aller ona month liom Uie 2Ih day of Aufml IMI mile*) aome perton hall In lha n e-ntim* live nolle* in duplKale lo ni* .. %  p i.nitp of aaaBMrUoa od nil • %  I-Iluimn The Iradr mark inn lie e*n cm : plication al in) i.fTm ll lBlh 0-y of Aiimiat l**l %  I WilJIAMS ReiMUat of Trade Marki a si %  Tfca verr llrrt appllca.tlon of NIo |S| mailo. Uaa Nl.pdwm ton'f" and TOO will aoon ooo your aklii f.-romlmr aoll, imoofh %  ml cltajNl.o derm 14 new dlacovarv th-l UIN Krnii| -nd parwlio. on th. akin thai Saw* Pimple.. Uolla. M note**-. ruiTTia, RlnKwofm. and FTnipii'mYtm < HTi't K*l rH of your i-kln tmuMiuntil you raawn ttWM th"' hM In Ihe tiny porei of your okln Bo pi-t Nliodl'm frurn your rhemi-i I" .Uy under Ih* poalilv* r uai*nte* Ihdl Nliodarm will banian pimple* nn-i .lfdur ..ur akin toft and %  mvuli at Nixoderm S£|*i Tor Skin TrOMarlM pakag. SEA VIEW (ilEST lrlir.lv 1 KORTADECK CHAIR Ideal fo, bea*n. aardei, Hi nap „, hl ,, r(l lr.„„ and I %  i.', U UV (ralurea Cm.l.ii s I' HI, Son Ai Co Lid Dial 3113 M • M—7n Hiare feel ..i ihereaboula. ailuale 1 th A\niue Itelletl.le. St. Mlclvael lit appointment with ||n I T'l'Hin 5th Avenue, Dial ITS! IT pailiruUri and condition MH>. apply to COTTLK. CATFORD CO n-rl M S I 11 HI BB %  %  %  11 lag rrcsUi MKriIAMC*.!. H.M'SES al N...-V C-.l. St MallhMi and Ok On* I]I Acre apol of land at Maiwcll Atao building .itea with 70 ft frunta HH lao 11 deptn al Mavwrll r*...nabl< prree per MJ ft. Contact R A Brw*.. Dunoon Hocklry or Phone 11*1 be1 . it -iff loci Ooodlng r.> J* I do i.ol hold <• %  > i..r li.i .... m ooociiMq CH fh aa a *i*. ADDING MACHINIS— J„.| re..iv. .1 .hipmml of Addo Adding Machinra. nteat model, apply T Oeddea G*an| Ltd If • SI 7n iween • II JU 1 MM t„ 1, re ( ., •a. ll HI! IBIM 61 i'i-.i 1 .c ADDING MACHINE— One aai-ond hand Adding Machine, traall keyboard. urn two aecond hand Remington Tvp*. 14appl. T G.dd*. Gram Ltd 4*41 a %  Sl—7r. 1 will offer for al* by Public Com petition at rr*} offWe VICTORIA iru .... BICVC1JJS -Herr.il*for L*di lent*— with and wrthui.l three-aiH*.! md l.ilit Very attractive price* Couraaj oaraan, Dial ic UISI an. Hghl for For condit R ARCHFR McKENZIF. V I M-dn. Auctioneer (ILYMPIA Portable TD,. W. MISCELLANEOUS ANTlql'ES — Ot every dea,-tip| D r, CiUMt. China, old Jewell, Ana Silve Water-colovii-i. Earl/ book a. Ifapi Anlographi etc, at Oortlngea Antlqu< Shop, adlolnlng Royal Vachl Club it ao1 r n % %  *:• SHARJS PLANTAIl.iNLIMITED G 1 W CLARKE Co a* a i JI. CAMERA Kodak 33 Aa New prlr* < hundred dollar* Flit. Knight. Mil Civ Pharmacy. Illil-TFN COTTON SEERSUCKER; JuM unpacked Ten attractive Dealgm %  • %  wide II 11 vrd Uaual dlacount to whole*al*r* Klipalam. 3 Swan Slreet M a 31 in FOX CAPE— Lady out from UK • n"n lo diapoae of beautiful foi Capo Genuine Silver Bargain for 4345 on Reply Bo* a r o Advocate Advljc I* 111 mn in BY Public co mp etition at Ik* ornce of lha undersigned on Filda the 111" September IMI at I p m 1 dwelling houi* containing Drawing room. I'uiiiig room. t*n bedrooma. kitchen. Und al MliiUr* Road. Buih Hall. MKhael tmpectlon on applualion the lenanl Ml I ealte between th* nira of •—1| a m and a p in if further particular* and condition, ol I* apply to— HUTCHINSON Ai BA\FIF1J> M ret AUCTION FUIJJCR RRUSHKS-Niw ahlpn.i.l i.ll kindFliller Hru.he* tncludlt*g Ijidlc* Kriatlaroinb*. Gent %  Itri.llrcotnba, Tooth l.rmhe*. Denial Plale Bruihea. Comple*loa Bruahe*. Balh Bruihea, Comb Cleaner*, Manicure Bruihea. Powder I %  ruth**. Floor Scrub*. Flbca Bowl' Binaries, and many other* H P CHEEffMAN A CO LTD Middle Hti.ct Di.lrlbutor* Dial 33U. M a 31-7n I'V ir.ni.iii.nni re*.'ci\rd from th* King'. Solicitor I will -ll by public auction on Wedne.day neil Mh September %  1 I P in on the apol at M1CK-1 Umi Drltton'i Road one double roofed Tiousc %  IK IB x 10 and 10 • II -HI. kit. hn. ire *ald belonging to the e*Ute at Diucilla Albertirc i.rter. deed D'ARCY A SCOTT. Governincni A.tciioneer. I %  %  1 '.T l.er m Hrjaaa b> .. arrfta* irTHiTrTjn r. IIKATHWA;TT l.niUld Croa* Road. < M Uichael a* I 31In Public Official Sale On Tuesday. Ihe llih day of September IMI. al Ik* hour ol 1 o clock .D The *lirr.>..ri will be -.Id al ni %  ffaM In Ih* hlhe.l bidder f... any mm rot under th* aupraiaed value All thai certain piece of Land eon3 711 HI fl 11111alc at Baiters H..ad in Ihe City of Bridgetown, hutting and bounding on land, formerly of Donald William* but now of Jam** A Tudor, on land* now T late of one Goodrldge. on land* .ormetly of Ih* r.tale of on* Mary Maxwell decertiedi but now of Dal.y Ch.mber* and on Ihe Public Road, at ...1 %  rMM I— B loaaHhir with Die Dwelling Houae. ahulding.. *c. •ppiaiiod a> follow* — fh* whole pioperK .upraised In FOUR :il I'-AMI EHJIIT HCNDRFK DOI.. I Alt5ianoo0i Attained from A 11 J.ihn-on J. Sealon En.ir. a Ttee,.f W A JoliilMtn. ,1 and toward* NR 13'. Deprx.i 10 1* paid on day %  %  T T, IIFADLF.V Provo.1 MatahaU Provo.1 Ma-ahal. Office. 3lh Aim.-I. IR5I. ir.131 In NOT II > . 11* 1. I ;iii>itHiHr I.VIHR N HEREBY n:\-BK lh*t .1. mg anv d*KH or tlaim againi 1 Mi **Ule of Fmaet The.ni -*e*e*l. kale of B..it...< Hill in Ihe t.rnh of SaiM M.rha*l .n thia I.Und ho died on ihe 4th day ;*ao are reajue ted lo lend 1... Heir rtaUM •idred Dr.ieilU A,g JI. T. William Waterman A.ie%  r> Miiiri liaynaa a. GrifDih No II High Sf-m tndgelown Barbadn* Soilcitora on 01 '•ong the pa>T.e< ertil*d tl,. gird ae.lv to ...eh .-l_im. -if hn we .•II Ih*.. ha<* had rot,,-* and w* Ml >•* "l %  wmt **'\ ereof *o di'inbuted t.any person of 1—e debt or claim are ana), not then And all person* Indebted lo th* (aid %  t*te are nqur-im t.. S>IIH II %  iaai DRUCI1.I.A Atl.LMA TXYIOR A III 1AM WATCHMAN ALliYNB M Mali lied F..*, af in* will ,.t Emea* Ttirednre Ta M* decaaaed 1 a 31 da l>MIAt.MIMS TAKr NOTICE SINGER %  i.CR MlYTORS MM 1 1 11.1 C'.nipa.iv. Maiiufaciurer*. de or buHneaa odd rasa u Can! • 1 .,.•(. V-hire. England. -• .polled for the regi.titi.oi. of B trade ark In Pan A uf H.*..tri in reapaa' „,.,! I rn.trade mark can n..ted''wii' 11th Regla day HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay %  M.llrae. Sen IH %  %  I V Daerwood. %  >. 1 OBtMWla • I 1. ch Frankly.. D It VI. D'Orlae ;ih Enlerpnie S MV Caiil.beS.I. %  • I, Eunlria Seh Hosarene 4KBIV4U M V TURK'S. 910 lona I'l I" \K II Ml S COTT1CA. Illl ion* net Ctpt .. from Trinidad The \ext Bhm U lp To Ridguxty • 'r—t IMC. l •I tVKMOC*) Of ,. i-onibing attack would b* uewiit. •Hi MM MrJd that th com-ire-j.tj jne.t M Ikbrti ..1 ijis.nc around i„* g>c alle,i Ka*-*on. .oombing u*e*d*.t It lepcatcd the t iine.i Nation* charirlt a lt; Reda had rcr U iNl Untied Naong bombing, saying thai It waa staged by the Commutn.i(or the benefit of their phut.. %  .riphera and new-mrn M.*llh.- l*edflway*i j % %  %  Mrai*Ut*t> uaacj OM 01 %  ol K* %  11^ Th, batdNTMfU PMsMfJ l,y th, Cniled Nation* Commandera' public Information Servici.-.t.r.,:. %  thai no United Nation* airplane <•; %  ny da-uription ..i over Kaetomt %  .U the lime of the alleged bombinn t.r the dimi5lice rnnfert'iu tieutr.. MM 11 added, our air alei :aysiern reported th^t a n umdenti %  f Hid aiicrail approached Kaesonu from the west at ll.Jo p.m. th lr\.i.: nine „f t hv allegetl uiUck :Sinrc M United Nations Comniatui Mrcrafl a. in the area. II b heni that this was a Com1 rcraft. it Mid ih.it gii UCfl establishes Ihe ( nCluslan tlut the Communists pei .. iiiiii>erate fraud. Ridio PHEUUJ nid ttnuhi that Ihe Kaesong armistice t..l. I'tinif In .1 soriiiu* c 1 1 "American impenalaits" m u % it..1 the r.'ne.|iie>n.*.'s if ilunegollalioni break down Tinmuadcaat. monitored hra>. waa one Of the -ttrongest tuned blasls al the United Stall* in recent week-, b] 'hdj rnmminiHt P*tMJ*V| uida tniichine.U.F. SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National StcumsliipH l IBBIH odi>3 u a PLANTER iath A ut it lap! ss rACOMA STAR mill AUK .Ircl Sept. ss Si IH ilAH 1 JMKlotl AM, 17th Slot a %  Ml .-, fc %  1 aMOW lllllll \KII IIIK illl 1 M ll I. K I...I. ...I Clam 1 VVflrl For llarttatt.i' ss MIVISII: ss STUDENT l.iv,,,. En I Au| End Auj. RATES OF EXCHANGE AUGUST M, 1M' CANADA 1 including Newfoundland! I !'. pi I'licqun on Banker* II tl pr I*---1 %  %  1 -' Draft. l |a* Sight Hi,ftHI I', p* %  IANO. One Piano .Jewitl-. Apply to MM Worrell, Bank Hall Cro-a Road. MMIU l'.'"y Theatre M 1*1In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER PAIN fade* right oul whan you lake 1 A-.PRO Action* *peak louder tha-i I ..rd. ARPRO action I* aafe and efleclUV* ASI-KO relieveBarkachi-Jlaadi n> MM in the litn** and joints— F.v.rnhneaa. Itemed.l.er Ihete I* only one ASI'HO I* I SI —Ilia K-i Oar* TAKE NOTICE HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new management. Daily and longterm rates quoted on request Permanent guests welcome. Dinner and Cocktail parties arranged. J. H. BUCKLAND. Proprietor. I IIn \^ M^ FLASH j HEALING OIL FURNISH in Slvle ... -T\: |S|| Hew Bad Hcr.ew*o M.ihoB.i v U nd other Bureau*. Bed.tead. Wardrobe* Che*U-ofBeda Sprmg*. lalh*. Separate ..derail.. Waahiiand* Nighlch-ir. Cbanra] .nd other -iitfheti and Bedon Oblnei. Table* for Dining. K %  tvrn, Radio and Decoration. ii. Mnm. Spring I.... 14 M up. Caned and Rush Furniture. Siool* m Mahogany a-.d R.,.h •1 up SINGER and other Sewing .1 and Treadle in regMlar aid rhalnatltch. Gramophone Wardrobe and other %  L.S. WILSON SPRY n. DIAL 4M9 P..und Tip Top Table M i ll gon. Upnghl Choi-, H. . %  i • Chaira, Ornament Table* and Plant ILnkanell all .n Mahogany I l • %  W-n Koll Top Deak. Wiek-r Chain. Ruah Chair* and ltoca)riv ll.mkaiii'i Screen FiDta Mat* tt.ew. smgt.Bed leada Vi.no Spring. Dr***lng T.lilePr**, g*d*l-le Table *r all n Mahogan* Dmlopllio and Hair Mai t-ewea Wood Painted Bedaie-d ami tprlr.g. G at C R.frtgel.lor In g.d wurkmg order; Oecirlc BWI and K.tile i :..!. Stove -nd 1-Surner Hoi PUle ^aturner Florei Stove ui.d < e .ew. "...ler.es. and Phtaaure I Ckar|. KUChen Clamlla. Ironing Uoaid. Step Ladd-r Kuchen Tablei liaih Seas*. Rook*, a very good Mapeap Heal Co,.l. with Bplrnl Spring* BBM Hair Mattresw and other itetn* Sale It M nrl.uk Term" %  nil BRAN'KER. TROTMAN a. < O. Ani limn eleV,%-\II.-tl For all a liii, %  slims — While shoes, lo pats muslcf in company, must he spotlei*, immaculate. Use .. Propcrt's White Renovaio fe or Proper! s Shuwhite. No f__ surer way of making sure ^r. that white shoes are whitt! Six Will l)i,. For Abdullah's D.-iilli M from page I llcptiT. Tors Lr.nl.-i AnthnnEden, who used to be Foreign uiud Miineon. who ia known an I.ni.i ft lival" for answering QUMttOM ll the Commons about the Festival o' Britain. Morrlion. the former erram boy and telephone operator. wh> moved into the upper sanctum ol Whitehall this year, at the age of 63. is outwardly undlsm..M>d In these iittacks. or by ia*ault* from leri-wing menuyer* of hia own part) iroo rf/cnt his wlllingneslo compromise.—I'.P. I'lHII'l III S SHVWHil'E St WHITE KKXOVATOR In i d'loni nifA Spongr Court Wants Ex-US Spies Extradited VFMRANIA AUguM 28 ih.' v. ii..in I.I Crlmltitl Cour formally danuuadad tlvf cxiritdiUon froiTi UM Uattsjd states of twi formi-i S.'. ret S.-ivi.-.soldier 1 "I inurdfrliig tlicn(i.tn mandllUJ l>fnrer behind enenn Um i III IM4 Th.Court Iruj It %  Ih.it fnrmcr Iat'iilrnimt I. .inn -• %  >.' rorrmn mfrittnt Carlo Odoki nit trial fr.i Ihe slaving In Nortl It il) i f IfBiot William V Holi> 'hon, the Chief of the Secnt Mill m 'i. Matraditlon was not ••\\-< t.'tt lo conw quliklv if at all i FirM, the demund goca In thf I'M i .'.rn OMMnTgl In Turin, m Ur| ol it' ll gal rMuTIM] -.hrough nome to Waahingt'.n IP Inr further InLirinjlriHi tpply in DA COSTA a CO.. LTD.—A***** SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANAIMAN SERVICE From Halifax. N.S. A Mmitrfal LOADINC DATES I'D VCIUtf r "BENNY "•SCNVAI I rv V VI Wl 11 Sept U.K SERVICE From Kunnveii. Linrpmil .mil (.:..-. %  .,, %  U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE l*pre|.d Arrlral Hale* Hrldielawa. Rsrkadas Agents: I'LANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 47#3 ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. i•^*e^^%v**^^^'e^'V*e**v,v*^v*e^^^"*'*^^*'^^**^ %  ***'*'^v^V'e'*'****/'^ N A la I 1 S A la I HELP l_ADV ClJOtK-Salarv p*0liri p' in. nil., pl.i. Arnn.il %  OfUM Appl t leller and In p*r-o"i 10 Holder B.o. j ..1,1,1.1.111* Dept 4S Swan SI Ml SIIfi That BOOKERS MANUPACTCIUNO DRUG CO LTD o British Cdmpan.'. *hoa* trade or builnau addr*** I* La % %  enllence. D^rnerar. Brltlah (lulana ha* .pplied for the reg.rlrallon of a Iradc nark in Part "A" of Regular in respect of pharmaceutical preparation* including n edk-lnal oil*, and will be entitled to UM ptih das of Auguat IM lairiaaa ome peraon T-all ll ihe meanlim* give notice Ui dupli ale lo m* at m* offer of oppoallion of inch ragiatrallon The trade mark can be <•" M ippli-' %  MM GIRLtS-10 effluent. ci.rlemi* am poiile Salea-gliU U) add lo om Ir.lne. ,-I^R lo be able lo cope with the rfTi i.enl daapatch ol customer* during oui Record-breaking Sale wtmh begin* oi H. i.ud.v lt Septamher Wage* mad. Ihr light M" WllasON C. H s_ ., st RAIN COATS PLASTIC ONES J2.B8 EACH IIIAM IIIIOS. Pr Wm. Hry St. Dial 346fi I'ls llth dav ol AuguM IBM 11 WILLIAMS RegUtrar M Trad* Mark* SI 1*1In THE TURTLE SHOP ii. A. SssT riei'\ THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY !li"plr l*(. 5imefr 7/ie mosl simple way o/ cooiing is by Gas Auction Sale Till: SALI OF Mr. JOHN M.MWIMI's rusniRi • nd III. i -i urn i: FFUXTS Mill uke pi.. .1 -u..II moir', Cnllodrn Koad. SI. Mlrhl on Wrtmlu. 5th SpUiitb. Al'CTIONEF.RS J*auaSd.Bl.d.. fr C*. AJ..8.. F.V.A. 'Phone .• PLANTATIONS B. II.DINT. Wm. FOIiARlYS (B'dus) 1.1(1. I.. ......#..,/../ Ihf •* Ihrilliitfi i>yful at BARGAINS in yam. Fatt w Md Cntsaaa 86.'. p" yd. Ilibbi'd Krpp 1 -.:. ,. II.B. Tawrk 12 x 22 (HI earlr lj.ee Table Cloths ill x 711 12.25 „ „ ,. Centres 46 „ ,. Tray Clnlli42 „ .. Oval J3 ,. I.inen Ol... ClolhSI.M „ FOII MF..\ Il.V.U. Uriels I.KS pr. pr. Smith Sea Sport Shirt. -'.VI It $4.12 each White Broadcloth Under Short. $2.00 pr. pr. Cotton A Nylon Ankl* Sock. SI.M .. W.I. Price* %  Skyrocket' I'lllt'l OF SPAIN Auiutt 'J (inn., wm indiuii lamtorl with more limited Inancl art llndinK it more din .i.ll even than Trinidad to %  .< pk' "illl th>problem "1 I.ll rising |.ri.rv" said Mr. J si.-.-, i .i.ui. %  reatiatltlaa ba. I from a 10-day lurvey tour linn I. (lulana. Barbados I.I 1 II. ub aaria d dial ..n aV iei ran aeeklng ... lind n pa liioi %  oluilon io lha Praia %  ta i tlOn ol liMMl.tuffs wi: WOULD WSLC0MB THB oi'l'OKTiMTV TO Hl.l. VOI l( IIKDKKS KOK WHITE LBAM in OH. and I IMS THE lEMH.ll. EMMHIIM (ornrr ol Broad A Tudor Street* ** A 1.1 * \ L i: '/.V///AW/-V*X*V-*.e-f>V**#Ve'eVe-e 1 The Anfiia ia aisvart, compact, powerad by the fankoua Ford I" hp. engine, equipped with ezeellenf bra ajdMfe, i*erin^. DWply-ipaTingupi^ rootn fi* f'Air big people and all their luggage ran be a accomiil

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HI DM-MIW u (.1 M 24 19.-.1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACI IIM HOLSE ACCEPT AMENDMENTS TO ELECTORAL BILL I unending proecUonof mcn 1 embly of thJ Uitte disc %  i tin %  ton Senioi had •-.r,i :n tbe protest I the bill ^pi'i A %  U tough the %  LOCO / f.Vl /I tilth I tv Govt. irmlysi i ilUCl.i applied %  Hoilde W aril hisuruiKc Of Small Houses Th Thv Legislature ) esteniay COUNCIL He % % %  %  %  : •poke. This secll %  %  before %  emotional pitch so thai atraL might shout and that shout miKht implicate him .'. will tlun t. %  Irate and lined 8500 • leuced in si\ month*' %  .. %  >.! He knew Hut 1 crimes of more %  which %  rare nol %  %  %  he ii. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  : Sum%  11 h,, %  i M i devoid the A Mr J %  %  I %  la enter into in fl i rnor cw i %  %  %  r IK) 2CMdrenWilJ (iel $1,625 I %  Resolul %  Menibei \ Bum ( %  >. %  %  %  1 -' %  a date uf before thai Chambi passed bj %  %  99. opt • Dei tuliure became involved in an %  %  !ni-i %  1950 i.i -in! -: %  '.tormal .". he said. %  %  Not being l candid..: %  the Other Puce int.uv M offence under those N %  .. .1 i rune the %  date end, combining la | in %  %  meetli hi -..it. t u( the) had I T practice. lie c.illed it "mu. prison. "In a rlemot %  I like.'* Ii. In I' throw Department the funds. TI ;t4 ... would be Mr M.i|i|> | %  freenwnl with the ml tn pretan lard. Hut lhe C the beat of an election He did did not consi.i.-i that nicfa i nted then%  I ha I meeting. it They knew thai In li I that II %  i then !<• have a bill like thai In a 111 ana, maybe place Ilk'' M i|.i-i. may I m*, %  !< %  to a i barge ana thereto] particularly whh the ne •( than* ju.ii right of %  ;>—added in. voting for Hvi real He fi I U %  Dr. Cummin* cl.i houtd itriva to h.ivr ad at the earliest I thai that priraM opportunity. 01 31 and %  end Mr Mldrr (I.) aid UUl it WM thai the* ware forced Mr. M.ip|> (L) the amendmeii' I I II m. Junior and 34. for St. Thomas because lclt : % %  %  % % %  %  .... "! %  ful and Fti %  | %  . %  until heattalnal Chen %  he I '!< %  of si 2f) pei ther, Haskell ceases to he "ill I of KL80 per W until he attains tha agi veon. ll_..propodlohav,. ,l„.s,.,,l ,. .. 11 ill.' t.. Ulb :' Tinminimum offr whlck l. <. i lattin a Ibc iumu.uiio. %  ''"'.;• %  %  J %  ';'-"">• %  • %  p*riod '"'' <* ml I i %  i i iga and Hie time Uw Oovniml1t 1! ihOOld I.' bl-OUKht Ihi' iisiilu'i'.n Ha thOUflhl '' %  ' whloll .... ,| ,,.. >| r u Oavi mmcnl ha UMar
  • ar HOUSE %  %  %  .I,... II. > It.. rMi i I OH TH§: BEST IX MATCHES ISA I OH THREE PLUME MATCHES O.V SALE EVERYWHERE .i approach the U %  ring Snanelal i Si r^ipc. in in 1 cxir IP _L.:I. IM 1. Kt!K. i. para, a f B miib 2. KLIK1 ^icpi adtmeat rafr l garaiMag 3. KLIM c-alify ii alwayi unifcrm 4. KLIM H eaeelwarfar graw l ag %  Ul aVaa j K\Mr>' ABM NOuttaMgawi ro ceons oSMf 6. KtlT." ircsT-tftMdtaftritloalf.oo;-*!] 7. KLiM • %  .' ta (^ mi a ia iii pa rt i a* ia 8. KttM ;. prod-t'J*r itrleteM ea-tral %  i n the addendum Dr, Cummina an ad H hers that the lorry which Wll ini thi cidi-n: mi no) ii ured afr Ward I • % %  Qovenunenl to IM> more eautloui in futi saline UM . ..n i ir < %  company and not .: W wag no) a good prir( nniliiion .if Service After p B rrti | to th failun %  nment t> ge* %  %  tin ReeoluUon would legislature tuggeetlng tei would attraci pei ilutlon we in thai ithei thai llll|Kissili|r .wth the pn %  %  i %  111,1 •' 'i • %  %  %  %  .Hiicuih unpoaalble foi % %  %  Ii %  1 %  %  .i %  lh thai i ; i said, he believed ll wi %  a %  Addreni %  ... i y %  %  ( pUtp III lav lh tUB ..1 ilw hi %  1 . nt. IMI y.'. N H ln. i. '.. %  \,< IBM. Hill I. %  %  %  M — lll A.i Ttir Mima* p — a %  I %  %  fjaali IUM 11 .">. onW gave to his notice tl %  Mr. a i Allder aid thai with ... %  would be n v % %  ild I ope 10 the %  bat who %  %  t ((,,. th.it the A imp r eaaed by tinfad tl in the Houai %  for taking .. la -f %  %  % %  ( UM v-'l ill I M..UI.M ll POLICE DEPT. WILL GET NEW WIRELESS SETS THE Lei day concurred in a Resolution for $11,000 for wfnkaN ('iiiipment for the Police Dei The Addendun pnw m ,f tht' Sl i i II 1/1 hiII in*i NERVITONE TONIC WINE • IT BUILDS \ II • I HR1CHB8 Till • STTMIIMT S I .1 :i^ Wll KLU I KNIGHTS DRUG STORES ,'MVAtAV/ i/,VAV/AVAV*VAV/,'//-'/,'.V.'Ai < losini: -oiSTOCK-TAKING Will our customers kindly note lhat on Thursday 30th and Friday 3lsl August we wiii ba closed (or Slock laking CAVE SHEPHERD &L Co, Ltd. 10—11 Brood Street i KLIM FHIT IN PBIfEaENC^ THE WOtU 0<* *4H %  b m m m m INSIST ON %  The colonial Becretars netth.il thi Heorlution i I thai he was niiil the equipment arrivi-d. th,. Pye Company had lent Government some and I the Bi .1 honours tV I nnd I hop.thiwill put en %  %  Mr. I BJGBURY BAY COMING TODA1 II U S Blf. ir> lUy I thlmorning at H The Bigbury IU> %  ; •a nee. M1245DidNoiHave RfOpef Brakea -OWNER FINCb S6.00 Mela Kir.^ of DCWCT .. %  , 16.00 bf 11 is Worahlp Mr B A • i oi • i and |IA.\.\l.\


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    PAGI I ...ill ll\lllt.\IH)S AOVIK \ II IWDM-.IIU UI.IS1 2-1. 1931 Reflections On The Test Series HIXS rii.w.Mi. SWIM B< B.C.L. Colls Series \ ( opnv|nnnlriil %  I %  %  %  I h nn \i-vt V %  H ho have %  . : : %  pit i I are. Nor have I rilh Negative "**<* * s I I %  %  lurk %  %  | %  0 CM] C* \i Ba* mbe [Coll f*# % %  ere Met* ... veld. Cheeth In thetc lh,. Sprinjiyik. Harrison College Beal Flying Fish llejga defeated Hyu, 1 %  . ,,, ii,' i 4o ii'.ateti at UM Aquatic Club y oon, iiiily Manning tup Korad lor Hai • %  .. rnaikte Manning. Charit %  d MM each. .. %  | %  ft Clarke. %  .1 MU .Ml %  Hying r'Uh: P. i 4 I H.UM ..I. oeflani in the lira noli. r. H inning, p, M i imei Ai-ii rath* Evelyn, H Feldrnai. H i iUt| ..%  and 0 Jordan. SH.Kd.tl.il A %  %  %  %  ''' %  iK-snim.1 Joh %  itaapaaraf* > %  >i. K. otbC. Johnson 1 Ipai HunV BUlj W I Hai on College wrtboul Iheli ktortlmei : ..it. rnooi .ii prepai i Redman, %  %  Aq latic Club the tour I" Ti %  tt half um %  .-. i %  r %  %  •iii < una down Team -A' 1 :—A. W< I . I I Tram "aT*U l Weatheihead. K on K Inef and M We..il.erhead %  %  i g baUmen who rve ihem well > B ii i Hai .%  Army > i Cliiiuirl Rwnii i arrant ofllc | %  i by Uie Etiypl I year old l third in U*l yrr* Ihelr fast bow* i. n % % %  (i % % %  i v i In ine c.nl> %  ear (New ilmed 'our wlekcta %  ab %  r he had hat n %  r i Cliff Lands Knock-Out III .11 Sc<\ Seven Atretted I i i all well t %  ..... i>rou*ht thl UM .i u. . their gamr %  i te .ttM". / By hall %  rod for Whlj rtagei ot the iftei Ralph Weathartead of iwordflah hi water for •• mnyai R mi was laft uiunarkad v do M; range This brought Your Sports Coat might look like this! Wr cuti the rinhi kind of m ti s|„.ri c eaaaaga. U Waal Traalaal awttaap In Shade* o( Fawn D Rewi CAVE SHEPHERD 6c Co., Ltd. 10—13. Broad St i afJMi Mi II .' Oaa^taawia i iwa Ui i area Blue. Bawwa i Ofay, really Baal < dayaaabell Uaaaa in s i> | Baae. aweara, iiHir, I Pahi 1 JIMMY ORD GOES TO SOUTH AFRICA Jimmy Ord and Ray Hltcho r>t Warwickshire have winter coaching lobs from the South African Cricket Aaaocla-, lion Ord RT-i to Johitnnesinnc Hitchcock to Pfl ll. night not hi No Cricket Yeeterdai i I kef mati h In %  Quaan*i I %  %  %  will be i %  itch m the rournament which i., Notable From the Ei table becaiaw 11 I i v iii ran the next fifteen I llol.l.-. did i: i. for* tiii' a .ii I t P. n H, May. %  I Providing econon %  | rank with the great bataman <>( Km 1 ithai Intaraatlng newo 111.N % %  VII'' r>n. It l BUflldaiit ot him to wy %  %  i| ha %  p lM "' t %  i. ifa n lr "iitioii. |*j_ two need' BTDN1 I III I is Jnr. %  I hi um; tor ins ndht with f> r%  I i %  ded In, !". %  Dn yai •i %  %  %  i i 1 %  1 paw, i ii % %  Tlli" Cl 1 (>ll!lil> ( U %  ... i into (he pa %  i the fifth v in the \ 'ii.. .nn half. The portUl i i oUowad wiih one each md tor. J. Edgar M I Ulcfcie'* Jordan netted I i %  ment thai .... nd of plaj t; ken II For Whlpp Dudli Wayne H on his long shots. • i tal •' In Hawi f ttai H i H 11 } %  one of them wata I'.m :• %  • ndad In 8 vlctOO 1>> I0J itins f'ti Colitcfa UM XI ind to ifdraw* %  'I. I <. i md 'heir anCollege %  Back it; cited '. over t'l.ivi'i .. a/i | i i i i I thai i dld'i %  %  .i ,.i pli % % % %  %  I .nn. I to fill England will he W Han -! %  tin %  \ %  nee %  %  ll-l li Fans rVefer 3-Day Tests SANDS \\J\SItUT ISO KM. YM.CA. Beat Queeoa 5—4 rournanv Y.M.CJi I ind ^ M C A It, Sl DM V III 1X0. Jnr II h.rt, PAT MAJtftHAlX I so,,-,. f\frii -. i t Millar at 1 .. M. ontl] i ui the l< %  %  i. ontl ...... %  i %  %  %  oking I i rleket the figure with binod tn . j ays awoUen almoal i %  : %  % %  I wai "tiiv "' %  km Dk n the nyht it came in to M (lie third round when a pilePord< i. %  Mongul %  ; I driving right h-<>k came down JI .,. Gib W %  ad. ^l >8, 21-10. Ti,,. South African warn down ^____^^^___^^^^^^^_ %  ina .'. Ron P Idle-weighl champion, for th Hth and laal round againal challa Bedworth, at Blrmlng%  %  i lottlngham : %  1 on here foi %  %  MI hour* 1 %  %  %  dn the rni .. comthra> V. I (the ham, ha had ono Oval); t] .i knock-out thrai for Ulei ell i %  %  %  im I'udiu-v made W aft to the J ill %  .1 A-|. q | nnht i % %  Then we'd %  1. h B i YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT From Cod ring Ion H-i.,i.dl Nil l infail tor ninnlh datP B.7.'> uichca IIihc-t Temper'' ... Wind Vclonlv II BUlei ,-. ; lluvli Do It UvcryTimc f ..Sa — — -^m a By Jimmy Il.ulo Vtow! OCT THIS: 'ALTWOUOW THE COOS WHRE TEN TO ONE AGA ..ST MM,ear SOZCAF. FEA^CSSLV BuPST THROJGJ THERXi^OF %  tUe O^T-AAS H 3E-OUT AKO Sl^SLC-IAs^S^y c*E r ov£^a V JSPE^4TE OMMCM REFERS"-J TO US BRAVE DEE9 LATER,THE IVTRERrj LAMMAN SWRU66EO :T OPF. SAYttiQ. •SKKtS! f.) CfFCR W5UU0 HAVE ^CTEiJ IN L -.'I' MAWER!' HEOOT 25 BUCKS R3R PESOv,8..*3 THAT CASEBUT HES SOT ro BUCKS ori MA6AZ"sCS








    ESTABLISHED 1895



    THE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO RIDGWAY |

    Reds Charge Allied Chief
    With «Malicious Slander’’

    TOKYO, August 238.

    GENERAL RIDGWAY may propose a fresh

    start in the Korean armistice talks, suggesting

    to Communists that both sides appoint new nego-

    tiating teams, and shift the conference awa y from
    Kaesong.

    The Reds kept the truce conference alive in 2

    “~

    message broadcast by Radio Peking, but left the!

    next move to the Supreme United Nations)
    Commander.

    The Communist message charged that Ridgway
    had “maliciously slandered” the Reds. This re-

    |

    ferred to his note of last Saturday, which called ti he|

    Red complaints that the United Nations had vio-
    lated Kaesong’s 8 neutrality, “malicious falsehoods’’.

    et The Recs atso demanded that
    ° Ridgway send the liaison officers
    Russians I: ly hack to Kaesong to re-investigate

    alleged evidence of an Allied air

    MI¢ ; 15 ft I aid un the conference city last
    e Ss n Wednesday night—the pretext on
    which the Communists broke off

    ee the truce talks.
    Korean W ar A Supreme Headquarters officer

    ; i said that Ridgway could be expec-
    —Australian Pilots Claim ted to reply to the Communist note,
    There was no immediate indica-
    KOREAN AIR BASE, Aug. 28. tion when the reply would be
    Australian fighter pilots claimed | sent, but it may not be for another
    that Communist M.1.G. 15 jet |48 hours
    fighters are being flown by Rus- Ridgway'’s Public Information
    sian pilots, and offered circum-|Cffice handed an announcement
    stantial evidence to prove their |}to representatives of the United
    charge. Australian Meteor pilots! Nations Press at 10.00 p.m. which
    have been trying unsuccessfully to] said, “there is as yet no indication
    entice the Soviet-built M.1I.G's}as to the nature of the reply
    into a scrap, but for nearly a|General Ridgway will make to
    month now, Communist planes|the jatest Communist letter,’
    have mysteriously shied away





    cially, of course, the squadron's ee of the United Nations Com-
    officers had “no comment” on the 2nd it is immediately interpret-
    identity of the M.I.G. pilots. Mem- | &¢ here as a tip that the United
    bers of the squadron, however, Nations Commander will probably
    listed half a dozen piece: of evi- | *@ect the Communist “demands”
    dence to support their contention ;@5 expressed in a letter from
    that the Russians and not the /Fremier Kim Il Sung and
    Chinese or North Koreans are at |Chinese General, Peng Teh Huai.
    the controls of the Red jets. ; ;

    Squadron Leader Wilson said, General Ridgway’s Headquarters
    “We have our own opinions. But |tonight said that the Communist
    we have nothing to say for pub-|“demand” for the re-investigation
    lication.” Australian pilots said |of the alleged Kaesong bombing|"
    that one Red pilot bailed out of|incident may be a Red effort “to
    an M.I.G. that was shot down by Jutilize their control of the confer-
    an American plane in a dog-fight | ence area to their advantage,” and
    over the Yalu Rivér. The pilot}ty manufacture more evidence.
    said, “A Yank followed ~him all; The announcement, after sketch-
    the way down, trying to get a
    good look at him, and the pilot
    buriéd his face in his hands to
    hide his identity.” Flying Ser-
    geant Max Colebrook said that
    none of the M.1.G's ever “ventured
    any further south than Chongju
    some 50 air miles south of the
    Manchurian border, even. sfter
    they had damaged United Nations
    planes.—U.P.

    8 Killed In Crash

    BOGOTA, Aug. 28
    Eight people were killed, five





    Nations and Communist charge:

    and coumter-charges, dealing with
    alleged violations of the Kaesong
    neutral zone, said : “today, 6 days
    later, Kim and Peng propose that
    investigations be reopened. They

    < General Ridgway to order his
    liaison officers to Kaesong to re-
    examine the evidence. Once
    again, they may be seeking to
    utilize their control of the con-
    ference area to their advantage.)
    The original evidence was so
    transparent es to immediately in-
    gravely injured, and seven slight-jdicate the {fraudulent nature of|
    ly hurt in a bus crash during the;the bombing charge But this
    night about 70 miles from Pas 10 | defect in evidence could be cured.
    in Southwestern Colombia The|Should the investigation be re-
    bus was bound for Ipiales on the}opened, it is probable that much
    Ecuadorean frontier—U.P. @ on page 7

    j.S. Lab Unionists
    € '
    U.S. Labour Unionists
    k S ‘Taft
    Ay ai- i ;
    Attack Senator ‘ia
    By HARRY W. FRANTZ
    WASHINGTON, August 28.
    United States organised Labour, representing 16,000,000
    unionists, has resumed its all out drive to eliminate Senator
    Robert A. Taft as a Presidential possibility. Union publica-
    tions are filled with attacks on Taft, the Taft-Hartley
    Labour Law and Taft’s views on foreign aid and other inter-
    national policies.
    The reaction, among many/as a conservative “new dealer”
    professional political experts, .is|in the Roosevelt tradition.

    that the labour attitude streng | Oppesition by organised Labour
    ens the prospects for the 1952;to Taft, greatly handicaps his

















    presidential race between Gen-|prospects for the Republican
    eral Eisenhower as the Republi-j nernination, party experts said,
    can nominee and Vinson, “he| but it is not necessarily decisive.
    Chief Justice of the Supreme!Unicn members represent only

    Court as the Democratic con-,about one-fourth of the total

    tender. Their line of reasoning is|national labour force of 62,000,-

    that since Taft faces the’ insur-|000, now largely employed. Taft

    mountable ypposition of big|was re-elected to the Senate in

    Labour organizations, the 1952/1950 in the face of powerful

    Republican nominating conven-| Union opposition.

    i > easier t ampede” *

    Petter unarcea ' Ike vs. Vinson

    to Eisenhower. ; :

    Many Frierds If the presidential race in

    : > ap ny rieras 1952 should narrow down to a
    The General has many friends} contest

    in Labour movement, and s





    Mul between Eisenhower as
    ful) Republican vs. Vinson as Demo-





    bargaining | y his convention sup-] .; a personality issues probably
    porters could bring sone of — vou not greatly influence
    big unions to his suppori, °| United States attitude one way
    concensus of nion amo ‘ie



    > je : or another. Experts anticipatec
    ere a present, is that Tru-lthat the Unions would demand
    man would again seek the Demo- assurances’ from bo
    cratic nomination if thet noe their intention to revise 6
    an’s neeting irs ints 2 La é
    Republican's meeting first in| part-H: irtley Labour Law... Theis
    Chicago, should nominate Taft.



    th candidateg





    respective attitude oO fair









    3ut if Taft is eliminated in the it practices legislation
    Revublican convention, iC: 08 racial equality—would
    believed that Truman wou d ster many voters The tradi-
    aside in favour of the s‘rongest| tional issue on ‘ie military v
    yspirant for the Democratic} sivilian saderniip would cause
    nomination Many Democratic | snuch . but “probably have
    politicians think that Chief Jus-] little in ice at the poll
    tice Vinson would have the best 7



    would have mil
    rvice friends among



    prospects in a race against Eisen-] op:

    hower in the November elections.|+he Union Organized Labour

    Ideal Age in the U States at present

    Vinson is now 61 vears.of age,] strongly supports the foreign

    ideal from the poli

    point. He had long experience in} gramn
    the House of Rep esen‘atives, | and

    ; . '
    served ac the Director of Eeo-)munisn





    national preparedness
    nuously opposes Com-
    national “isolation-

















    ing in some detail, the =

    Truman Can
    fasily Win
    Re-Election

    Alben Earkley Says

    MICHIGS



    tent



    font

    id Pr

    \ difficult
    re-election if he
    again. Barkley
    In no pesition
    “an bu

    impressive
    So sound t
    support his



    re-election.”

    Barkley
    himself inte



    of 73 I still

    nds

    fee

    I

    to
    though he remarke

    remain in politics

    to 400 lead
    Democratic

    ers

    of
    Party



    AN



    aia



    of
    28

    'B arkley
    nan

    would

    winning a
    lecides
    that
    neal

    recc

    did not say

    ru



    strategy Conference,
    that the Secretary
    been

    Acheson, h:
    men unwort

    id
    hy

    to lace



    th

    rel

    fe

    rd

    to run
    he was
    r Tru
    i Ss
    poliry
    wou'd
    oO seek

    whether he
    again, al-

    at

    e

    the axe

    ically fit te
    n his address

    Michigan

    attending a
    Barkley said
    State
    hounded by

    ¢
    )



    his

    Deon

    shoes

    COPPER FAMINE
    STRIKES U.S.

    NEW YORK

    Aug. 28

    Wall Street speculated that the

    United Stat

    Since th ' h —| threatened
    from the new British jets. Offi- ince this is from the official news’ and refinery workers

    war
    brought to a standstill by a walk-
    Monday The!
    the
    o last only



    | of this vita

    out that began on

    \ producers’

    | July were

    es
    by

    ‘copper
    the

    stocks

    about two weeks

    famine” is

    strike of mine
    The output

    at
    enough

    Recently 25,000
    the | {fons were released to users from

    t

    metal has been

    end of

    the United States stockpile an
    unusual step. The United States

    has grown increasingly
    on foreign copper

    75 per cent.

    dependent

    Last year she;
    mined $00,000 tons and ers
    as much,

    U.P



    Einstein As Guilty
    As Russians
    —Michael P. Walsh Says

    WASHINGTON, August 28,

    The Reverend Michael P.
    President of the American Associi-
    tion of Jesuit Scientists said that

    mathematicia

    was “guilty

    that we are
    Soviet Russi

    Walsh,

    n Albert Einsteta
    of the same offence
    witnessing today in

    said that Einstein
    tige of his scientific
    speak on non-scientific

    He said that Einstein

    scientifie method

    the only source of

    ledge.”
    We mt

    ist

    American and

    The Jesuit Scientist
    “used the pres-

    position” to
    subject

    “is

    remember
    British

    ous as the Soviet statism,’
    said, He spoke

    26th Annua

    1 Convention

    last

    Jesuit Scientific

    ical stand-| military and economic aid pro-!



    nomie Stabiliz ition and the} ism.” The al objectives of the}
    Director of War Mobilization and| Union leade are liberaliza-
    Reconversion during World War tion of the Labour A ore |
    I’. and was for a time Se retary | ¢ Tectiv 1 p lem,
    of the Treasurv in the Truma fro the |
    cabinet his long career in 1
    or utive, and judge, jer poli
    a agonized we g th f
    ir I his de ms, unionizatic ¢ ;
    labe ace cases e} ti
    ally e wit ;> >
    opinior — U.P

    night

    using the
    dogmatically as
    human

    know-

    that
    ientism

    | can be just as wrong and danger-

    Walsh
    at the
    of the

    Organization

    —U-P.





    gned on

    ing further

    higher price

    Wednesday

    act

    United States
    Finance Corporation
    Polivian Embassy in Washington.
    The contr

    S., Bolivia To Sign
    ? ic
    New Contract on Tin
    NEW YORK, August 28,
    Representatives of the Bolivian

    tin producers received reports that
    a new provisional contract will be

    by the
    Reconstruction
    and the

    provides

    negotiations

    sought

    by

    for the

    sale of Bolivian tin for one month
    —June—at the price of 1.12 pend-

    on the
    Bolivia

    When the new price is agreed on,
    retroactive
    made under

    it will be

    contract.

    The producers

    figures yet on the
    but the average sales to the United
    to around
    per month. Considerably over thet
    s been
    Chilean and Peruvian ports during

    States come

    amount ha

    the deadlock over



    GANGSTER SHOT

    TAMPA, Florida,

    Armando

    the

    do

    provisional

    to sales

    not have
    June production,

    1,500 tons

    piled

    “Flaco”
    body

    notorious former
    hunted racketeer Salvator
    was shot to death

    from a municipal

    last night

    Thi

    gang killing in

    Arrested fo
    Jimmy Ca
    lieutenant

    of

    Tampa lottery

    world repor
    long been

    ts

    at

    15

    Rene
    kingpin

    said that

    sword
    the Italian Flores.—U.P.

    i
    was solv: {} BREAKING SALE swings into action?
    Flores tim leattle merchant, brother of Abs
    the reputed WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 1e four accused, among them] Okke ; - “a
    Nunez, the} The White House has denied Franciscan friar Ibrahim Those found not guilty were Pere pens foe © eat SP Ree me
    Uncer- | published report that Preside Ayyad, who stood in the dock in] Dr, Daud Husseini former dent nv vour friend

    the price

    —U.P.

    Aug. 28.
    Flores, 1e
    yguard of the

    Etliano,

    across the street
    political rally
    the sixtecith

    Tampa since 1931
    None of the other 1
    r shooting
    1 (40),

    up in



    Nunez had

    points with



    TO-DAY’S WEATHER
    CHART

    Sunrise
    Sunset:

    6.50 a.m.
    6.05 p.m

    Moon: New Moon,

    1
    Lighting

    High Tide

    p.m.

    Low Tide:

    p.m



    Up

    8.3

    September

    7.00 p.m

    a

    12.09 a.m

    an¢

    i

    and 2.54

    |

    |



    |
    |
    |
    |

    os



    WEDNESDAY, AUGSST 29, PRICE : FIVE CENTS



    1951



    yee

    : {PPEALS TO
    Harriman) HiT TUNA
    Available, mports

    WASHINGTON, August 28

    ROUND THE WORLD=§THE EASY WAY



    | LONDON, Aug. 28 Republican representative
    | Averell Harriman, President} Hubert Schudder, appealed 10
    | True Spec envoy, tid Pre ident Truman for action to
    | leaving Lon nh tonight fc Pa hal i {res importation of
    } t the | le rozen tuna from Peru and
    | | States, that h id the Briti par In a letter to the Presi-
    Privy S Richard Stoke ent schudder said that the
    | would ex United §S Pacific coast al-
    ettlement « oth Persia ou brcors i tuna industrie were
    } pute Harriman, whe 1 1 a th UneMployme
    iat t i + by Stpkes, possible bankruptey” unl
    | ( 1 nd H f ny 1 «
    f P ere halted
    a 1 settle t." UP He pointed out that an escape
    fause written into an extension
    ra ee the reciy rox il act bs Mer illow
    + sanetc’s djustments” to e made
    RRE ADM ADNESS udder 1d that he was in
    rmed by Californian fishermen

    GRIPS SMALL | '%, {mpers of tuna had

    + in the past five year

    sy } ‘ te id that heavy Wworts :
    FRENCH TOWN | sear huve cut the price per ton





    th shermen from $500 to $250

    D G t ss er ton, despite the fact there

    | —Voctors Investigating— | has been peor fishing this year

    Pi mporters have resorted to frozen

    CYCLING round the world is a tir business wiless you have self-constructed bicycles which allow Sn tee eee ab ee st eee

    you to relax like these two Danish brothers, Svond Axge and Knud Brik Niclsen, from Copenhagen, Reine ; August 4 duties were increased this year

    On their machines, which carry a drum at the side, containing their water upply the brothers ‘arriv rd Il sap tit ate 7 ye te o pantie Pte eee or
    in Munich befora continuing their round-the-world rip which is expected to take them thre years t a : AN t} fe re a ar
    compicte They financed their journey through several continents b+ solling picture post cards of their ry i Lites! . : iat ar ae:

    wl we Lo oO comba i anta

    vehicles. From Germany they plain to proceed to Austria, Jugosiavia, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal

    and then on to Africa,—-Express ral [tic bread madness” which hail British Insurance
    error of a medieval pl ai Companies Will
    Fi ay Out Heavily



    clay the disease’ laime

    Conservatives Blast ALS. Sugar \ten, lon ze, se

    |
    jforeed another 23 ee vohiati



    | Adminis

    ‘ v4 or
    ry : srt oY Dott Committe Kt j
    cana tee Mana italian NEE WIT SON. & Co. |
    lbilizer Erica A. Johnstor might Who fled to Egypt soon after the ee jh . : ii . ‘< (), )
    < }
    i
    f
    {
    )
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    Stocks Down |»: (306 as, seicienanotie | "8 ON Ses

    LONDUT é 28
    with physics i and ment 2 it Ny Aug

    |
    ; }
    Herbert Morrison es «own comenonieny {teal apparents cw ae setneeeeeas





    ‘LONDON, ATA 28 ilt of the Jamaica hurricane
    By ROBERT b&b. JACKSON eo Guba mat he rtly find hers¢ If The vic tir have been seize eral as e olre ady sent the ir i

    LONDON, August 28 350,000. tons af aiane ics comene cabal hava Solis: and a PO? ot et cur weet Tt
    THE CONSERVATIVES have opened fire on Foreign Sec-}the free market. This is because |the | malady hi picturesqi is impos ble so far to esti-
    retary Herbert Morrison in an offensive against the American distribution for the first | small village near the Rho
    “sacred” post and the high minister, unprecedented in|/¢’en, Months of this year is near-| River, has the dread atmosphe



    te the sums that will be paid

    reg They ere expected to amount
    y 500,000 tons down on 1950, [of a plague stricken town of

    “OC ritis ~ . tha aiiae ‘ millions Forts sritish «com-
    recent British history. Jn ielr six year guerilla war] This in turn is because stockpiled’ Middle Age Doctors, ps vehi nies involved are anseOuin to get
    against Socialism, the Conservatives had confined their |supplies are now being utilised as |trist ind toxicologist 1 quieh ttlement insurance
    attacks to blasts at labour policy until Churchill rose in |!%°,fe@r of shortage wears off far succeeded in tracin ; claim

    With this hold-over and th to a single baler’ so in 1
    possibility of another large Cuban |town. Officials have put a ban ¢
    crop looming up it is likely that |the distribution of flour from i
    Since that opening salvo, Con-]| further price recessions below the |of the 20 mills from which +

    Parliament last month to attack not only the party, but
    also Morrison asa personalit)

    “Many British policyholders
    need mon>y urgently to re-
    establish thentselveg and the
    companies will do ali they can to





















    rvatives high and low have de-}present level of 5.35 cents per!baker had obtained thik upplic
    A |nouneed Morrison with a venom |peund may take place get arenes assessments paid out
    Advocate Jamaica ' seldom heard used against the For i icin 0, Mike ea One theory wis that the dise e quipkly said an, oMfiese of the
    . eign Secretary. According . Se . « s a 2rOK= | 18 caused by the mixture of whent ritish Insurance Association here
    Relief Fund | Conservatives, rete ers, in their latest circular state |with the vetch weed which some-| today
    : : ar Pt ed ‘hat after the recent price fluctua-|}times flourishes in the field “Where a company is involved
    THE largest donation to | are not only all wrong, but Mor- | tion sugar may settle at a level | Another theory is that it is ers ) y claims it take@ time to
    date, one of $500 sent in by || rison himself is “lazy, incompetent, | of five cents, British Common- poisoning. Ergot is the fungu‘farrange settlements, and it is
    General Traders Ltd. yester- || weak, and petty.” Conservatives | wealth production may not be up|which sometime thrives in eccrea! th bs» : 1 a ’ a ris s00n
    day boosted the day's takings irgue that Morrison provoked |to expectation because of the|during the rainy season a eer kun Wy, av it Nona
    to well over a thousand dol- them by allegedly playing politics |drought in South Africa and the |this summer has been one of t ap ake tae a Be Ca
    lars. This pushed the total with his high office, by allegedly Faerie in Jamaica and conse- | wettest in years. Whatever is tho }|ally. In some case ia oa , ee
    beyond the $2,000 mark, but turnin his summaries of the} quently world consumption may ]enuce, there is no ‘question that) ore. § ill, it should be on Have
    there is still a long way to go pation's foreign lic ita: edie | expected to approximate to] he br haw iitemalie eds matter of dave before payr
    if the heip to be given is .0 tical attacks on the “Tory War | World demand. This will tend to|many of the people who ate i made,” he said
    be commensurate with the Party.” ; * ™“"lkeep the price steady ? aa P Insuring against hurricane
    need of the sufferers in i i damage is expensive, but British
    Jamaica, “Every penny is . HOD {| The circular says it is unlikely —_————___—-. ompanies hold mat big policie
    badly needed” was the latest Churchill Rose jthat a drop to four cents level will 7 on domestic snd industrial build-
    report from the Governor of When Mornsor : alias {take place because of the high 1s throughout Jameica
    the stricken colony : . a ‘ nMien oe {cost of production and labour but ruman Going To oe roe ft left En
    front bench of the House of Com ; that if the ; — aircraft lef n
    HAVE YOU CONTRIBUT- |/mons on July 30, after defendins| 5¢ jarge production or accumula. San Francisco §— er 4, ve ee a
    ED YET the Government's Policy in the|ed stocks the five cents level m . es ent to help repair Jama
    Starvation now threatens Middle East, Churchill rose to temporarily be broken WASHINGTON Aw 2 | '« telephone system
    the homeless in Jamaica, Wont Me at it : was one of tt most | President Truman. ’
    you help promptly? amentable utteranes hich a Cee niente Washinwton oh. Wandas ie ae
    Send or bring your donation British Foreign Seeretary o1 | Mes ( C ° it the opentii jira oes Japa The ADVOCA T EF
    to-day to either of the com deed the Foreign Minister of \ ssage-Cari Viti, Y | Peace Treaty Confe 7
    mercial banks, or direct to important p has ¢ made} & & Prant ae ai White He on pays for NEWS |
    . ce of the Barbados in rece time : Z i , M ouse ; :
    a in recent times... here is a new | Balloons Unnerve | rouncea today. The President v | Dial 3113
    + reign Secretary, who Ows ealents in, a haha BY ak c
    Please mark it “Jamaica all’ the world that his main thought | i i pei A ; 0 hays >: Cor Day or Night
    Relief Fund.” fin: life leo. be caucus boss and a| Communists at its opening on edinesd
    TaciWied ie $1,272.20 || bitter party electioneer. It is tragi- | rt ae
    Advecate Co indeed, that at this time } ad | , MUNICH, August 28 = SS SSS
    Mr. & Mr torted, twisted, and male-olent Me ~ carryin balloor
    A. G. L. Dougia 5.00 | a . ete jdrifting over Czechoslovakia have
    Mr, & Mr uh 1ould be one to which or tirred hope among all anti
    G. Daysh 100,00 | for gn affairs are confide Thos. | ¢ : + ale on ; )
    M E. B. Smith 100.00 {are strong words in the Hou -ominunh : ( ement ; and mad
    The B'do: : : . ;Communist ind the police nervy
    Youth Movement 1.90 of ( wmumons. ist week, Conserv~ | ous, officials of Radio Free E iro}
    Lt. Col, & Mrs ative, Sir David Maxwell-Fyff |
    J. Connell 25.00 said, “If it were not for the igno-
    Hastings Hotel Ltd 50.00 |
    General Traders Ltd 500 00
    M ! C c 2.00 | OR
    K. ¢ 1.00
    ee Be Se ; as lculties with Iran and E uid | 9009 large plastic and rubbe
    rs ie ere 3.00 | {not have arisen”. balloons carrying 9,000,000 me¢
    Saoives Skinnes 5 00 tava Wostival ages from the free citizens of tt
    zeoftrey | aor estiyv vorld to the Czech people I

    Miss Nora C. Linto 5.00 7
    | I Conservative



    ive ae official iid that ten recent
    ;nounced Morrison for alleg

    j tryin ‘ nain the ? ol

    ees from Czechoslovakia, incluc
    i ven member of the Agr
    cultural Brigade vho slipped ove

    r reported that the t

    j tical campaigr leader and ru

    \*the Fe val of Britain t
    ime time as he is guiding th
    atior foreign policy munist official ind the police

    i @ On page 7 nervou U.P.

    SATURDAY SEPT. Ist |

    BEGINS



    Mrs. A. C
    Anonymous
    Bishop & Mrs. Bentle
    Whitehall, St, Pete 104
    Dd. G. D 2.0
    E. A
    G. G. Feldmans Swan
    Store 10.00
    Major Dennis Vaugha 10.
    Barclay’s Bank (D.C. & O)}
    ir, & Mr
    I Speisman 10 00
    Rainbird 6.12
    Alleyne, Arthur & Co
    Ltd 48.00
    Mr M A Artht 25.06
    Mr G M. King 25.00
    Mr. & 7
    A. R. E. King 10.09
    Canadian Bank of Commerce
    c Barrow 2.00
    Thani Bros it
    An 2.4

    loc pai na ide Ce

    }
    reported to-day
    rance, lazine and lack of unde: Earlier this month, the privatel
    j standing of foreigners of Mr. Her financed Crusade for Freedon
    |bert Morrison, our present diff launched on the eastward wind
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    sae s Death |
    |
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    ey,





    AMMAN, August 28
    Six men were today sentenced to death two in the
    absence—for CON eae, in last month’s assassination
    King Abdullah o a The Amman Military Court
    packed with Arab Legion officers and Arab dignitaric |
    hear the vercic of the ten men accused of conspiri

    }
    the Hit verdicts of th of Jorda ‘ “ate as he aris pe | Don't you know that Prices are st the peak al
    prayer sin 1 old Jerusalem. i} present, but will surely co down as from SATUR
    F i

    TOTAL 2,306.72



    Z=zaQra
    roma
    >aQa Ee

    Parse

    Truman Will Not
    Reshuffle Cabinet







    Mustapha Shurkr | Abddul Kadir Farhat a Jerusa- |} DAY, 1ST SEPTEMBER, when WILSON’S RECORD-
    5 h ot d n by Abdullah‘s} ler coffee house keeper and |
    bodyguard and fell dead besid: ) Zak ariya Okke a butcher ar |





    Truman is planning a C
    shuffie. The report indi
    tor W. § t

    et 1 the robes of his Christian Order! who helped to organise the Jil 1 {ik
    found not guilty Mucquaddas” (Holy Wa rs) {





    Twe of the death sentences the 1948



    ind F ( if e




    1 1
    ton, of the Reconstruction were | ed on Colonel Abdullah | 7), m A a Fy ( 1)))
    pe ge would take D Feil a Governor of Jerusaler \ } former!) érved 1)
    ence Se

    George C. M nd Musa Mamed Avyyubi. former ug





    easily” take over Commerce. | murde : : : 1
    Charles Sawyer post; and S Others foun t

    o men we 1K Headquarters for Quality Merchandise at



    phy of I dor and Ber- |’ “y , uM ae ' 14% Record-Breaking Prices



    it} , ise t a ke ia raken hel pe , trace ips ' f would be I 1 1M 31, Swan Street Dial 3676


    PAGE TWO



    Carib Calling

    THE TOELESS STOCKING

    R AND MRS. FRANKIF

    MAYERS and family expect
    to return to Trinidad today after
    just over three weeks’ holiday in
    Baroados, They have been stay-
    ing with Mr. Mayers’ mother in
    the Garrison.

    Mr. Mayers is with Hull, Jones
    and Co. in Port-of-Spain. Mr.
    Mayers is also an official referee
    of the Trinidad Amateur Wate:
    Polo Association.

    En route To B.G.
    y Pig hictag for British Guiana

    early this afternoon by
    B.W.LA. are Mr. and Mrs, J.D. H
    Phillips who returned from
    holiday in England on August
    22nd. Mr. Phillips is with “Bath’
    Estate in B.G.

    His wife is the former May Mc-
    Kenzie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
    T. FE. McKenzie of “Rowans”, St
    George. Accompanying them will
    be their two children.

    Appointment

    EST INDIANS particularly

    Barbadians, will be interested
    to learn that Mr. John Dalzel!
    Rankine, aes has been
    appointed British Resident, Zanzi-
    bar. It will be recalled that Mr:
    Rankine was Colonial Secretary,
    Barbados, in 1945 until 1947, when
    he was appointed Chief Secretary,
    Kenya,

    Continuing Vacation
    R. B. OSWALD ADAMS, Bar-

    rister-at-Law, practising in
    Georgetown, British Guiana left
    Barbados over the week-end by
    B.W.1.A. for Trinidad after a ten-
    day stay at Culpepper Guest
    House, Bathsheba.
    Mr. Adams is continuing his
    vacation in Trinidad.

    Back fo Trinidad

    R, RUPERT ALEXIS who had

    been holidaying in Barbados,
    returned to Trinidad last night by
    B.W.1LA. Mr, Alexis works with
    Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins and Co.,
    Trinidad.

    Camera Club Exhibifion

    HE Barbados Camera Club are

    having a display of members’ F.

    photographs at the 3arbados

    Museum next month,



    left by B.W.LA.
    Lucia where she





    TOE-LESS stockings are now on sale in New York. They are espe-

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    as a sheated leg.

    St. Lucia Holiday

    ISS ERNESTINE McLEOD,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs
    F. McLeod of Wellington Street
    yesterday for St
    will spend three

    Leaving To-day

    RS. J, Henriques and her
    sister-in-law Mrs. M. Schnei-
    dersmann who have been holiday-
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    BARBADOS ADV

    | NERVOUS DOG! |

    SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 28.

    Captain R. H. Sonneman of the
    |liner President Taft stopped his
    |bhip near the international, date-
    | line in the Pacific Ocean t¢grescue
    a nervous dog which had jleaped
    He
    belonged

    blind

    overboard .
    Annan

    1 (24), a
    |} teacher who was
    \after studying
    United States.
    said that Annan
    nervous”. Early on the morning,
    of August 10, the ship’s horn
    frightened the dog which jumped
    overboard. The dog was recovered
    by a rescue boat, none the worse
    for its adventure.—U.P.

    B.B.C. Radio
    Programme

    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1951 .
    | 11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11.25
    a.m, Listeners Choice 11 45 a m. State-
    | ment of Account. 12 Noon The News
    , 12.10 p.m. News Analysis }
    | 4.00 p.m.—6.45 p.m.

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    returning home
    Braille in the
    Capt. Sonneman
    “was extremely

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    expected quarter of the darkening political sky, which
    overshadowed Greece, when King Paul exercised his con-

    stitutional prerogative and dissolved Parliament on July
    30th. The King’s aim was to create a stable Government to
    meet the worsening economic situation.







    AUGUST 29, 1951



    reek Politics Take
    unpredictable ‘Turn



    by



    By GEORGE ANDROULIDAKES
    ATHENS, August 28
    K politics have taken an unpredictable turn since the
    number one soldier, Field Marshal Alexander
    os, decided to enter the next general election, open-

    |

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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    “Turkis” Pays First
    Visit To Island
    Erings 182,000ft.Oj Lumber
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    e Field Marshel’s opponents jrived here } yeek-end
    V D I i" ve h t no time in proclaiming ay = a _.| The Turkis is ier Captain “Very Severe reg itions in- » Oceupation inspired anti-trust i
    k that his “interfere ” in polities |Pedersen. Her agents are Messrs. Spired or ordered by the Occupa- vs repealed. They also are seek , i“ r
    " : u urope is a threat to the monarchy and % e @ |S. P. Musson, S & Co., Ltd tion offi fter World War Il z deta zation to fort ‘a Trad The BARBADOS FOU VDR1 Ltd.
    > Greek democrac} e l 1 --- a , hard Association to gage in
    Is On Decline _ ,.t:, ony, tbe entered" e eriel¢ ; ‘ name Mitsui eign trade White Park Road,
    . lities, they iy, is that he | Labourer I ound Yasuda, Sumitom« “
    arrelled with the King. y two are believed | the any expert are ure that
    ; a lifelong Royalis e ~ aa ; ¥ Japan to have any chance of I all the present restrictions | V==>==eeseeaeeaaseasee z 3
    Doctors Report be eee re, Sails A wav. Guiltv Of Assault ining a comeback iy the imme r similar new) ————~ maser er a eigenen ree
    By PAUL F. Eusis the Greek Army due to differ- * ) | JAMES WAITHE @ laveure ture. They are the Mi r ANC AESINCE LO | CGO DDGTSDDOGIG GOED T YO GE EIST ASS DDOS ODOR
    PAKI , ences with King Paul. He wait- Bush Hall. St. haan for BAG the NiieUbIsA) Pa eeaes coe eee ae : %
    The venereai dise ed until! Parliament had been for- 5 |Bush Hall, St. Michael was found > ture foreign track But it i ‘Ss x
    Europe On tne aex except, mally dissolved before he made After 9 Months In Harbour | guilty yesterday « f riting an Postwar Rules nitted that old timers face many %& MAKE YOUR HOME MORE s
    possiply in Bast Gern known his decision to enter the | beati: ) Wal I ees P war regulation removed tacles, and few people believe iy x
    a et ee eet aatenaomne: j , » | on June 2 iriffith their executives from tivi ut Se PAC x ,
    occupied by" the. Soviet politieat ela AFTER nine monihs in the [HM on June 28 Gh Shc “emeeatives | Zromn activity, that Wet See eee eA ie | ATTRACTIVE s
    Doctors in Switzerland, London, Seven Parties Careenage, part of which time was Di trict \" . fore whom re ca . rered st cs in hundreds of direc- ence ; 1% x
    and France report that the num- Now he leads the extreme spent on dry dock, the Motor)... ;, ¥ tpl Tan James. Waithe on tions: The Mitsubishan fs said to __ ist 8
    ber of venereal diseases is so right wing “Greek Rally” which Vessel Sedgefield sailed on Mon- la bond for six months in the sum be coming back the fastest—and rheir pre-war influence was in % : WITH : x
    small “that in some clinic one of the seven parties con- day night for Guadeloupe via| > ¢) 440 for the Offence "the rate is expected to be accel ieed great. These large combines, | $
    are not enough patients to ce testing the next elections. Oppos- Martinique. Mr E W Barrow appeared on erated once the treaty is signed, 4 minated in Amp case s by pow- 'S
    ac she > study the ng | Ss > Rig Jing “ , ” Sha belaee P I mut fro i erful fi s. i heir fingers |
    Bingen nae study of the new ing as the Right Wing “Popu- |behalf of Doris Waithe while Mr ind Japan is out from under ‘ ' fang rae By gins Tal ae
    ° a ee ent ae 4 oe > aed by Constantine The Sedgefield was formerly al/y SB. Dear was the counsel foy Occupation ce ntrol fear ~ fon sao ue \ 9 X
    “e te ar _ opie ghine _ ie 7 : ar a ee c oe sn landing craft of the American|the defendant Some United States and other neki UP : x x
    s a greater incidence uty der Sophocles Venizelos Navy > Centr: ‘ | } . he Sy : unt . ye : : ‘
    venereal disease in Eastern Gare the rig t of eats Stator shy aaae Seas eee aaa! “ae Waithe told the court a? foreign firms prefer to do business % We can supply you with the following sizes : %
    facie Rete hee tr tn liste” i oe a std, converted it into a passenger) on June 24, the defendant—while with large and fairly efficient ‘ .
    many and some Balkan countries Sccia s” under Geo Papan- ship, capable of carrying 180 deck|she was near his place—held her Jap; ae tels and are 3s to SQUARES :—-3 yds. x 2 yds. x
    might indicate that the Russians the left of ¢ re Neg I ipanese cartels ar are said “ @
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    Wednesday, August 29, 1951



    DECLINE

    IN a report of a meeting of the Vestry
    of St. Thomas it was revealed that two ex-
    hibitions from elementary schools of that
    parish had failed to pass the entrance ex-
    amination of the St. Michael Girls’ School.
    The discussion which ensued showed that
    neither the Vestrymen nor the Director of
    Education were satisfied with the state of
    affairs. It might be well now to prove that
    the public could not be satisfied either and
    that steps should be taken to effect an
    immediate remedy.

    The Headmistress of the St. Michael
    School in her report said that the eleven
    pupils seeking entry had secured up to
    34°, of marks in the various subjects. The
    Acting Director of Education in his state-
    ment pointed out that any pupil who se-
    cured less than 50 per cent. marks did not
    deserve an exhibtion. He was further
    quoted as saying that the work was well
    within the ability of the pupils.

    From this it is reasonable to assume that
    the teaching of the pupils was responsible
    for their failure.

    This is not surprising. For some time
    now the teachers of the Elementary
    Schools have been ordered to include

    Latin, French, Spanish and Mathematics in
    the curriculum of the schools. It is singu-
    larly unfortunate that the parents and the
    general public who support education by
    way of taxation do not take greater inter-
    est in the result of the huge expenditure
    on this item.

    At the time this most undesirable change
    was instituted, this newspaper pointed out
    that unless the Elementary Schools had
    fulfilled their peculiar function of teaching
    the three R’s it was wrong to add foreign
    languages to the curriculum. That order
    has now produced the farcical situation of
    Elementary Teachers having to become
    pupils to foreign language teachers in order
    to be able to teach the children in the
    schools.

    This low standard of education in the
    Elementary Schools has been attributed to
    an unfortunate combination of causes. In
    the first place many of the teachers ob-
    ject to the system of age-grouping and so
    are not likely to produce the best results
    under it, secondly there has been for a
    long time a severe shortage of teachers,

    It might have been possible for age-
    grouping to succeed in this island if it had
    been preceded by compulsory education
    under which children of the same age
    would have gone to school at the same
    time and would have been grouped natur-
    ally. In the next place it would have been
    necessary to have a full complement of
    teachers to carry out the demands of the
    new system. But these new systems were
    introduced without any reference to the
    wishes of the parents or the fundamental
    needs of the children.

    It is no exaggeration to say that there is
    general dissatisfaction on the part of the
    public with the standards of education and
    conduct of children of the Elementary
    Schools. Employers complain thfat chil.
    dren who have been pupils of these schools
    cannot address themselves to strangers,
    they cannot write simple English in letters
    of application, and this has produced an
    aggressive type of youngster who must be
    rude in order to be recognised. Teachers
    in the secondary schools tell of the declin-
    ing standards of pupils of the Elementary
    schools who in former years were made to
    concentrate on their languages in the lower
    forms but who surpassed the other pupils
    in reading, writing and arithmetic. Master
    workmen complain that many of them who
    apply for Busary Scholarships cannot read
    the 12-inch rule and know little about
    fractions.

    This is a far cry from the days when
    pupils from Elementary schools went on to
    scholastic attainment or entered the trades

    and without any other training became
    successful artisans and clerks.
    ‘The condition of things indicates a seri

    ous deterioration in the educational stand-
    ards of which Barbados once boasted and
    it is time that the matter be
    the parents of these pupils. In this way
    the Government would be forced to in
    vestigate the administration of the entire
    system. For this purpose there is adequate
    and qualified personnel now in Barbados

    taken up by

    It is the only way in which this deteri-
    oration can be arrested.
    ands of Barbadians who
    than that ol
    School and it would be a
    them to turn¢

    There are thous-

    receive no other

    education the Elementary

    positive danger to

    allow be



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    Two deny secret mission murder

    THE body Holo.

    of Major Bill
    han, of the United States Army,
    arrived in New York last week
    more than six years after he was
    murdered in Italy. He will be
    given a hero’s funeral at St
    Patrick's Cathedral, for he had
    served with bravery on a mission
    behind the lines before he died.
    The killing of Major Holohan is
    a strange story. And the strangest
    thing about it is that the two
    Americans now accused by the
    United States authorities of the
    murder on strong evidence—in-
    cluding, it is said, a signed con-
    fession by one of them—are today
    walking about free men, ,without
    fear of trial by their countrymen.

    One, if he is guilty,
    be living in luxury
    ceeds of his alleged

    could now
    on the pro-
    crime. Both

    are in New York State still draw-
    ing Government money as ex-
    Servicemen,

    Neither, it appears, has much
    fear now of ever suffering any
    penalty—at the hands of Ameri-

    can law.

    But the Italian Government
    wants them extradited to stand
    their trial with two Italians al-
    ready held for the murder

    Both men have denied com-

    plicity in the
    on has since
    fession.”

    and
    “con

    alleged crime,
    repudiated his

    Dropped 100 miles behind

    Nazi lines
    The first full account of the
    Major Holohan case was given
    me yesterday by Mr. Michael
    Stern, former war correspondent,

    facts into the
    investigation.
    aged 40, was

    who has forced the
    open by a personal

    Major Holohan,
    dropped by parachute more than
    100 miles behind the German
    lines in Northern Italy one dark
    night in September 1944,

    He was in charge of a Strategic
    Services mission whose object
    was to arrange the dropping of
    large quantities of arms _ for
    Italian partisans fighting for the
    Allies,

    With him were an Italian guide
    and two Americans of Italian

    descent — 23-year-old Lieutenant

    Aldo Icardi, from Pittsburg, and
    young Sergeant Carl Lo Dolce
    (“The Sweet"), radio operator,
    from Rochester, New York,

    Major carried £35,000 in gold

    Carl Lo Dolce are
    alleged to have mur-

    Ieardi and
    the men now
    cered him.

    Major Holohan carried with
    him more than £35,000 in gold.

    Six-foot-two Bill Holohan had
    been a cowboy, merchant seaman,
    and lawyer. He was a Catholic,
    unexcitable, and physically strong

    He did not smoke or drink.

    Ieardi was a handsome, dark-
    haired, dashing, first-generation

    News

    LONDON,
    The Russians have given
    Britain her best subject of con-
    versation this week, What will

    Gromyko and his thirty eight
    followers do at San | Francisco?
    The impression here is that the

    Soviet delegation will arrive with
    some wide scheme for settlement,

    (on their terms), in the Far
    East. It will probabiy go far
    outside the scheme of the
    Japanese Peace Treaty, and be

    presented by M. Gromyko in a
    single slightly indignant speech.

    A good deal of Western Europe,
    (but not Britain, it seems), was a
    little discouraged as much by the
    negative attitude of the United
    States as by the nature of the
    exchange itself, after the recent
    correspondence between President
    Truman and President Shvernik
    of the Soviet Union. Probably
    the Soviet leaders are exploiting
    the fact that they gain some
    measure of sympathy by always
    being ready to negotiate—at least
    in some manner. ‘And at San
    Francisco they will exploit that
    small advantage for all they are
    worth.

    The Japanese Peace Treaty thas
    no enthusiastic public “here. The
    British Foreign Office has taken
    on the task of professional pleader
    for the treaty. But politicians
    are none too happy about it
    neither Conservatives, nor Liber-
    als nor Socialists And the
    public, in general, is a_ little
    confused. War propaganda has
    been reversed a little too quickly
    for the stolid Englishman with
    his perennial loyalties. Are the
    “barbarians of Asia”, as they
    were called until six years ago,
    now to be regarded as kind of
    “honorary Americans”? And
    occupation of Japan by American
    troops, under an agreement, does
    not seem, to British observers,
    the only possible solution. It is
    remembered, even, that little
    more than a year ago an U.S.
    Secretary of the Army revealed
    that Japan was _ strategically
    valueless and a death trap to the



    Our Readers Say:
    The
    To The The
    SIR,—The following breakdown
    of the population of the United

    Kingdom may be of interest to
    your readers:

    UK.

    Editor,

    Workers

    Advocate—

    Irrespective of the
    the U.S.A. experts,
    eem to be the
    YOU and ME
    Population of the

    ted Kingdom
    People of

    findings of
    the following
    stark facts facing

    Uni-
    46,000,000
    65 years and
    12,000,000
    to do

    34,000,000

    Balance ieft ove,

    People of 18 years
    under
    Balance

    and

    16,000,000
    to do the
    18,000,000

    left

    9,000,009

    —‘Someone

    By SYDNEY RODIN

    American, who spoke the dialect
    of the region where the mission
    landed—near Lake Orta, 45 miles
    north-west of Milan

    He had been a law student.

    Lo Dolce was a weaker charac-
    ter than Icardi, and said to have
    been easily persuaded to do his
    bidding,

    The team occupied the
    Villa Castelunovo, an empty
    roomed summer home on
    shores of the lake.

    Major Holohan set to work to
    set accurate information about
    the various partisan groups to
    make sure arms would not fall
    into Communist hands,

    But almost at once there was
    a temperamental clash between
    the gay lieutenant and his rather
    stiff O.C,

    Wanted to work with
    Communists

    stately
    20-

    the

    Both Icardi and Carl Lo Dolce
    wanted to spend some of the gold
    on good living because more
    would readily be sent them, Holo-
    han said No,

    A more serious issue, however,
    divided the major and his second
    in-command,

    Icardi had been won over by
    Vicenzo Moscatelli, leader of the
    local Communist partisans. Icardi
    advocated co-operation with them
    as the strongest potential fighting
    force,

    Holohan broke with Moscatelli,
    vho had obtained the first con-
    signment of arms by force, and

    categorically refused him any
    more,

    The major’s end seems to have
    been plotted from that juncture

    Warning: Join the plot or

    else—
    An opportunity for eliminating
    Holohan presented itself in De-

    cember, when he decided to move
    the mission’s headquarters be-
    cause the Germans were believed
    to have located it.

    Carl Lo Dolce is alleged to have
    been induced to take part in the
    conspiracy after Icardi warned
    him: “If we don’t get Moscatelli
    some arms he will send us to
    Switzerland without shoes”
    the local code phrase for disposing
    of a body,

    Major Holohan disappeared on
    the night of December 6,

    A courier who reached Ameri-
    can headquarters at Siena said
    he must have been killed or cap-

    tured during an attack on the
    Villa Castelnuovo as the group
    were preparing to move,

    Icardi assumed command and
    returned to the United States
    after the war to continue his

    studies on a Government grant.

    is out to get me’

    Carl Lo Dolce was invalided out
    with a pension.
    the D.S.C. on
    mendation,

    leardi’s

    Mystery reopened five years
    later

    What is now alleged to have
    really happened was suggested
    in June 1950, five and a_ half
    years after the “shooting,” when
    Holohan’s body was recovered
    from Lake Orta,

    The body was found after the
    loca] Italian police chief’s sus-
    picions had been aroused when
    he investigated the scene of the
    alleged attack on the villa.

    He states that the only ammu-
    nition used was American,

    The C.D. of the American
    Command at Trieste was called
    in, and the two Italians who had
    worked with the mission gave
    information under interrogation.

    Tossed a coim to decide
    shooting

    This was their story:—

    On the night of December 6
    Holohan took his seat at the
    head of the table at the villa and
    said grace.

    Icardi held his attention while
    one of the Italians put three-
    fifths of a gramme of potassium
    cyanide into the major’s plate.

    While the men later
    cards they could hear
    groaning.

    “We'll have to shoot him,”
    Ieardi said. They tossed coins.
    Carl io Dolce was the odd man.
    He went up to the major’s room
    and shot him twice in the head
    with a 9 mm. Beretta.

    played
    Holohan

    The body was strapped in a
    sleeping - bag, weighted, and
    dropped in the lake, The bag

    preserved it and it was recognis-
    able when found last year 100ft.
    down,

    After the murder a fake attack
    was engineered to explain away
    the major’s death.

    Last August Carl Lo Dolce, now
    married with two children, is
    stated to have confessed to Army
    C.I.D. men in America, in terms
    said to be similar to those put to-
    gether by Italian police.

    ‘I am innocent’

    FOOTNOTE : lIcardi said last
    night :—
    “The charges that I plotted

    Major Holohan’s death are ab-
    surd and untrue,

    “I am absolutely innocent.
    Enemies of this country are try-
    ing to extradite me to Italy. I
    would not stand a chance of a
    fair trial there because of the
    nature of my war work.

    “I would be willing to re-enter
    the army and face a_ military
    court.”

    From Britain

    By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

    United States. Opinions change
    rapidly. Now the best that is
    being said of the Japanese Peace
    Treaty is that it will be signed at
    San Francisco as the least of a
    number of possible evils, “...TO
    NORWAY O’ER THE FOAM”....
    (Scottish Ballad).
    Socialist Ministers
    covered that Norway has had a
    Socialist Government for nearly
    twenty years. This must be very
    consoling, and may be a reason
    why both Attlee and Morrison
    have taken their holidays in the
    northern pines. But perhaps the
    true reason is that visiting
    Norway is escaping from the all
    too inquisitive attentions of the
    newspaper reporter, Not for
    Socialists, again, that embarrass-
    ing tour through the luxuries of
    the Riviera, followed by a corps
    of reporters recording every
    penny they spend! The “Left
    Deviationist’, Aneurin Bevan, is
    enjoying Marshal Tito's Yugo-
    Slavia; Mr, Churchill is happy in
    the softer, gayer land of France;
    but for the Cabinet—the middle
    road of pure Scandinavian social
    democracy! This political holi-
    day-making can be carried too
    far, Soon we will be able to tell
    by the fact that a Chancellor
    takes a week-end in Belgium’
    whether the pound is to be
    revalued, or devalued! Mr.
    Attlee climbed the highest moun-
    tain on Northern Europe, (8,100
    ft.), and Mr. Morrison is off to
    the North Cape—but I think he
    will be too late to see the mid-
    night sun unless the goes up in
    an aeroplane, A friend tells me
    that he may just miss the
    mosquitoes, by going so late in
    the year, There is no political
    implication in this, we trust.

    Modern Cathedral

    Do you remember that our
    former enemies in Berlin called
    the destruction of cathedrals, the
    “Baedecker Raids’? The idea
    of the Luftwaffe was to attack
    Britain's itstoric monuments,

    have dis-

    People in the Armed
    Services

    Balance left over ‘to ‘do

    2,000,000

    We WORK gc twee 7,000,009
    People in State and
    Council Offices 6,800,000
    Balance left over to do
    the work: wis sssiies 200,009
    People in Hospitals,
    Lunatic Asylums,
    Pools and Grey-
    hound Racing 126,000
    Balance left over to do
    the: work: 555400 ees 74,000
    Spivs and others who
    don't want to work 62,000
    Balance left over to do
    the work 12,000
    Persons in Jail 11,998
    Balance left over to do
    the work 2
    rwo You and I, and you'd
    ette | vo I y socks up



    I’ tired of running
    ilone!

    ENGLISHMAN,

    Nobody could tell what good the
    German High Command thought
    would come of that. (Incident-
    ally the fact that not a
    bomb was dropped on Oxford
    or Cambridge has always caused
    speculation). One of the more
    intensive raids destroyed Coven-
    try Cathedrai—and for a time an
    attempt was made to develop the
    verb “to coventrate, but it failed
    to reach the dictionary. That
    was ten years ago. Now, at
    last, after a celebrated wrangle
    between the old school and the
    new, a decision has been taken
    on the new Cathedral. The un-
    dignified struggle turns around
    the person of the Bishop of
    Coventry. The Bishop thas
    always been unhappy at the way
    in which the altar, in most
    churches, is far away at the end
    of a long building. He has
    wanted, for symbolic and religious
    reasons, to bring it back into the
    centre of the church and attract
    attention to the altar by the mod-
    ern aids of lighting and the lines
    of modern architecture. After
    the war the Bishop commissioned
    a design for the rebuilding of the
    Cathedral, It included all his
    own ideas. It caused an uproar
    of dissatisfaction and disappoint-
    ment among the lovers of staider
    and more traditional church
    architecture. As a compromise
    it was decided to hold an archi-
    tectural competition to present
    designs to a board—6n which the
    Bishop was not represented. The
    competition has now been won
    by an architect of the younger
    group, Mr. Basil Spence, who
    plans to keep the ruins of the old
    cathedral in being, and _ place,
    alongside, a great modern build-
    ing, with the cathedral’s High
    Altar in the middle of the “nave”.
    The Bishop's original ideas have
    been vindicated by the judges.
    Mr. Basil Spence designed his
    cathedral as a “recreation” from
    what he called the much greater
    strain of planning the “festival of
    Britain”. His victory™ sets the

    seal of success on the “modern- |

    ists” in English architecture.

    eee

    Correspondents

    To the Editor, The Advocate—

    Sir,—I am a_ young scientist
    aged 27 seeking correspondents in
    Barbados and I am writing to ask
    your help. My chief interests
    are current affairs, cricket, post-
    age stamp collection and readinp
    and I would like to get in touch
    with people in Barbados having
    similar interests,

    I have many _ correspondents
    scattered throughout the world
    but so far I have none in the
    West Indies. Could T

    my world-wide chain of friend-
    ship?

    Thanking you in advance for
    the help which I feel certain
    wil] be forthcoming.

    ALAN D, HOPKINS
    34 Cathedral Road,
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    South Wales
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    Found In Stalin Goes

    On Holiday

    | By RICHARD JONES

    Editor of British Ally in Moscow 1949-50 |
    IT is at least one measure of the progress |
    made in the new Soviet Empire that when |
    dusk falls in Moscow nowadays. a crimson |

    “Travel by Air.”

    pense.

    |viet elite to enjoy the luxuries. of modern}

    tion that the State should provide them.

    It means that thousands of VIPs — Party |

    |to spend 48 hours in a train to reach their
    pink and white State-provided summer villas
    on the Russian Riviera.

    Leaving their offices at 2 a.m.—as many of
    them normally do—they ean board an air-|
    plane at Moscow Airport and be sipping an
    aperitif 10 hours later on their verandahs at
    Soochi, Sukhomi, or any of the other pretty
    Black Sea resorts.

    “talin and the majority of the Politburo,
    however, prefer the more leisurely (and|
    safer) train journey to Soochi, cut last year
    to 3% hours. When they travel south their
    elegantly furnished private coaches—Molo-
    tov’s is exactly like Stalin’s, in mahogany,
    with two bedrooms and offices—are coupled
    to one of the new fast diesel trains of six
    sleeping cars,



    Sharing the Black Sea coast with them
    lion of the nation’s best workers, but though

    they may breathe the same air, they may not}
    share the same beaches, still less the same|

    luxurious living standards.
    THE GAY LIFE

    Outside Moscow, social life among Russia’s
    upper strata can be gay and hectic, but there
    is no evidence to suggest that in the post-war
    years it has attained the scandalous heights
    it did in the thirties, of which David Dallin
    writes in his new book.*

    “Little leaders” and their wives used then
    to travel to the resorts—and many of them
    still do, for that matter—not for their health
    but for amusement. To them “amusement”
    meant drinking bouts and love affairs.

    The behaviour became a legend among the
    crew of the Blue Express, the super Pullman
    train which used to carry them on. their
    jaunts. In this respect social life on the train
    itself broke all records, and no one should
    know better than its former chief, Vladimir
    Tregubov, who, says Dallin cryptically, “had
    a chance to leave Russia during the war,”
    after the Kremlin had commuted a_ death
    sentence on him.

    According to Dallin, who is presumably
    quoting Tregubov, “over a thousand officials
    in Russia have private railway coaches, or
    at least, they did before the war.” To-day, he
    adds, the number has probably risen to in-
    clude some of the new military aristocracy.
    This is an extremely doubtful assumption.
    Though many of the Soviet’s bureaucratic
    tsars enjoy unique privileges—including
    homes, cars and servants—the country cer-
    tainly has not that much rolling stock to
    spare, a fact which several high-ranking Red
    army officers who had to share two-berth
    sleepers on the Red Arrow with my col-
    leagues and I would certainly confirm.

    Nobody outside the Soviet elite has ever

    ebony—has a mere 17 rooms.

    his third wife, a sister of Kaganovich, whose
    villa is adjacent.

    The most remarkable thing about the in-
    |terior decoration of the country houses of
    the Soviet leaders is the utter absence of any-
    thing revolutionary.

    core—hot-houses, orchids in vases, chamber-
    maids in starched aprons, men servants in
    white gloves and white jackets, warmed
    plates for dinner, the most expensive caviare
    on ice, strawberries in December; and to help
    them relax from the cares of State there are
    |fountains, artificial gardens, tennis courts
    and swimming pools.
    WORLD COPYRIGHT
    THE NEW SOVIE7
    Da H dt



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    EMPIRE, by David .

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    and blue neon sign over the Hotel Metropole! ¢
    invites everyone in the workers’ paradise to/ ¢

    | Of course, very few Russians can afford to| %
    do so, except those travelling at State ex-| ¥
    But the sign is just as much a trend | ¥
    of the times as is the desire of the new So-| y

    life while the going is good and the convic- | ;

    bosses, People’s Ministers (no more are they | %
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    | This is where |
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    1951

    HOUSE ACCEPT
    AMENDMENTS TO
    KLECTORAL BILL

    The House of Assembly yesterday approved of the amend-
    ments by the Legislative Council to the bill making pro-
    vision for the direction and supervision of the election of
    members to serve in the General Assembly of this Island.

    Little discussion ‘arose out
    Members of the Governmer

    A new section—Section 45
    which was added to the biil by
    the Council, was the chief bone

    of contention of the members
    spoke. This section reads
    person who is convieted of
    offence declared to b

    who











    Practice under this A

    addition to any other

    suca offence, be us

    a period of five yea;

    date of his convict

    re tered or voting
    at y elk nember of
    the General ly or being a

    candidate at any els

    Dr. Cummins
    mest. of
    verbal. Section 45,
    the one which «
    comment,

    This section, he
    stated that there was no permis-
    sion for illegal practice. He said
    iat Hon. Members would re m-
    ber the case of Mr. Hanschell who
    not so long ago was found guilty
    of illegal practice. .

    He pointed out that a new see-
    tion—section 45—-being added in.

    seciions from Section 45 as
    it originally was in the bill had
    to be renumbered. He moved that
    the amendments be accepted.

    Mr. Miller



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    explained,







    (L) said that he
    noticed that some of the amend-
    ments’ made by the Other Place
    included the phrase “illegal prac-
    tice”. He did not know if a sec-
    tion of that sort should have been
    before that Chamber and be
    passed by a socialist government.
    “What was formerly known as a
    normal offence has now become
    an illegal action”, he said.

    He felt that in a socialist dem-
    ocracy, a person is free to run as
    a candidate even if he were in
    prison. “In a democracy you
    should be free to be a Commun-
    ist, a Fascist or whatever clse you
    like,” he said.

    In England, an individual could
    throw rotten fruit and e at
    candidates offering themselves
    while in Barbados, such practices
    would be considered “illegal







    practices” and the . individual
    would be dealt with by the law,
    losing his right to vote or run
    for the House for five years.

    “T feel that this bill is cheating



    the Chamber of its power”, he
    said. He did’ not know if it was
    necessary for them to brand

    someone, but he felt that posterity
    would hold something against the
    present Government for bringing
    it,

    He said that it was not necessary
    tu have a bill like that in a little
    place like Barbados and he did
    rot see that a socialist governngent
    should be behind such a fm),
    particularly with the new clause—
    clause 45—added in.

    Dr. Cummins (L) in
    a further explanation on “illegal
    practice”, said that that phrase
    meant bribery. That was the im-
    pression he got from the amend-

    giving

    ment by the Other Place. “It is
    hothing new”, he said,

    Mr. Mapp (L) said that it
    seemed that the Other Place thad
    in its amendments to section 31
    and 34, gone far beyond the



    of the amendments and only

    nt spoke on the amendments.



    intentions of the Government,
    according to the explanation

    1 by his colleague.
    Sections 31 and 34 read:

    Any person who before or
    during any election, for the pur-

    I of affecting the return of any
    cindidate at












    such election makes
    publishes any false statement
    ict j relation to the per-
    sonal qnaracter or conduct of
    such candidate shall be guilty of
    an illegal practice and shall on
    conviction by a Court of Sum-
    mary Jurisdiction be liable to a
    fine of five hundred dollars or to
    im} iment for six months,
    yY person who between the
    of notification by the

    nial Secretary of the issue by
    Governor-in-Executive Com-
    ttee of a writ for purposes of
    iE and the day of the
    polling at such election, whether
    in a general election or







    election

    bye-



    ele ction incites, combines or
    conspires with another to act in
    a disorderly manner with intent

    to prevent the transaction of the
    business of a public meeting
    called for the purpose of promo-
    ting the election of a candidate as
    a member to serve in the
    General Assembly, shall be
    guilty of an illegal practice and
    shall on conviction by a Court of
    Summary Jurisdiction ‘be liable
    to a fine of one thousand dollars
    or to imprisonment for one year
    and be incapable during a period
    of five years from the date of
    conviction of being registered as
    an elector or voting at an elec-
    tion or being a candidate at any
    election :

    Not only had the Other Place
    made it an offence under those
    sections to make or publish any
    false statement concerning the
    character and conduct of a candi-
    date and, combining to act in a
    disorderly manner at a_ public
    meeting, he said, but they had
    now made it an illegal practice.
    He called it “muzzling a person”
    to have amended section 34 to
    make it a public offence.

    Mr. Mapp said that he was en-
    tirely in agreement with the
    efforts of the Government to pre-
    vent corruption and to keep
    elections on a high standard. But,
    he said, in the heat of an election,
    he did not consider that such
    considerations warranted their
    taking away a person’s vote for
    five years, should he happen to
    be disorderly at a meeting.

    They knew that in interpreting



    the law strictly, there was the
    danger that some persons, maybe
    standing closely together, may

    simply heckle a meeting, and be
    liable to a charge and thereby
    deprived of their just right of
    voting for five years. He felt that
    Government should strive to have
    that section altered at the earliest
    opportunity.

    The amended
    34 were read.

    Mr. Allder (L) said that it was
    regrettable that they were forced
    to accept the amendments by the
    Other Place.

    He excused
    Member for St.

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    the Hon, Junior
    Thomas because










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    he was not in the island when the

    bill was being passed before the
    House. But he could not respect
    the attitude of the Hon. Senior

    Member for St. George who had
    not joined in the protest when
    the bill . appeared before the
    House but who joined in support-
    ing the passing of the bill.

    He felt that the fines spoken of
    in the bill were going to fall on
    the individuals who, through the
    lack of opportunities, will find it
    difficult to comply with the law.
    He said that a man devoid of
    education and worked up to an
    emotional pitch so that he loses
    his self control, might shout and
    that shout might implicate him
    That man, he said, will then be
    carried before a Police Magis-
    trate and fined $500 or be sen-
    tenced to six months’ imprison-
    ment. He knew that there were
    crimes of more serious nature,
    the penalties of which were not
    as severe.

    2 Children Will
    Get $1,625

    The House of Assembly yester-
    day passed a resolution for $1,625
    for contribution towards mainten-
    ance of two children of Madeliac
    Greenidge who died after she was
    invoived in an accident with a
    lorry of the Water Works during
    November 1950

    The addendum to the resolution

    stated that—
    In November last the Govern-
    ment owned lorry M-269, oper-

    ated by the Department eof Agri-
    culture became involved in an
    wecident in which Madeline Elaine
    Greenidge was killed The
    deceased left two small sons,
    Haskell (aged 7 ars) and Hen-

    (aged 5








    cerson ) Ss) and the
    purpose of this Resolution is to
    provide funds to pay weekly

    maintenance to Haskell Greenidge
    at the rate of $2.50 per week
    until he attains the age of 14 years
    and to Henderson Greenidge at
    the rate of $1.25 per week unti)
    his brother, Haskell ceases to
    receive maintenance and there-
    after at the rate of $2.50 per week
    until he attains the age of 14
    years.

    It is proposed to have the Social
    Welfare Department administer
    the funds,



    Dr. Cummins (L) said that the
    father of the children was still
    suppe@rting them through the court.

    Mr. Crawford (C) pointed out
    that it was a period of nine months
    batween the death of Greenidge
    and the time the Government
    brought the resolution. He thought
    it was much too long, while Mr.
    Allder (L) thought that the allow-
    ances for the children were too
    small,

    Dr. Cummins further explained
    that the Government took some
    time deciding how they would
    arrive at a basis of giving assist-
    ance to the children. He pointed
    out that the children would have
    got less if the Government had de-
    cided to work on the basis of
    workman’s compensation and so
    they (the Government) arrived at
    the basis as seen in the addendum.

    Dr. Cummins assured Hon, Mem-
    bers that the lorry which was in-
    volved in the accident was not
    insured, Mr, Ward (E) and Mr
    Mottley (E) asked Government to
    be more cautious in future by in-
    suring their vehicles. “Then the
    damage would be covered by °n
    insurance company and not by the
    taxpayers”, Mr. Ward said.





    $15,000 For Jamaica

    The House of Assembly yester-
    day passed a_ Resolution for
    $15,000 to serve as relief for suf-
    fering caused by the recent hur-
    ricane in Jamaica

    Members who spoke on _ the
    Resolution referred to the reports
    of the devastating damage which
    had occurred in Jamaica and said
    that it was true the amount was
    small, but they hoped Jamaica
    would accept it in the spirit in
    which it was sent.

    Mr. W. W. Reece said that he
    did not feel that they would bo
    doing their best if they only gave
    $15,000

    POLICE DEPT. WILL GET
    NEW WIRELESS SETS

    THE Legislative Coungefl yester-
    day concurred in a Resolution for
    $11,000 for wireless equipment for
    the Police Department.

    The Addendum states.that the
    wireless equipment at the Police
    Headquarters and outstations
    which was installed in 1937 is now
    completely unserviceable. In view
    of the hurricane season it is pro-
    posed to replace as a matter of
    urgency the transmitfers at Head-
    quarters and at District Stations
    “Cc” “BE” and “F”’, and-to equip
    two mobile units

    The Colonial Secretary in ask-
    ingathat the Resolution be concur-
    red in, told members that he was
    glad to say that until the equip-





    had lent Government some and
    this had been installed at the Sta-
    tions concerned,

    BARBADOS

    Lecal Candidate
    Appointed
    Govt. Analyst

    A local



    swho has
    Canada

    candidate
    just come back from
    with first class honours from
    McGill University, has applied
    for the post of Government
    Analyst and iis qualifications
    have been accepted as satisfac-
    tory by the Director of Agricul-
    ture, the Colonial Secretary told
    the members of the Legislative
    Council yesterday. He was asking
    them to concur in a Resolution
    that the Governor be authorised
    to enter into an agreement with
    a person to serve in the Depart-

















    ment of Science and Agriculture
    in the office of the Government
    Analyst, The Resolution was
    cneurred in,
    The post of Governmen,
    \nalyst has been vacant for
    iime.



    The Schedule and Addendum to
    the Resolution read:

    Schedule
    salary of
    shall be at
    $5,280 per annum

    The term of engagement
    be for a period of not less
    three years in the first

    Addendum

    office ol
    has been

    The
    engaged

    the
    the

    person
    rate of

    shall
    than
    instance,

    The
    Analyst

    Government
    filled in an
    acting capacity by the Agricul-
    tural Chemist since May, 1950,
    when Mr. C. A. Coppin went on
    leave prior to his retirement from

    the service on 15th November,
    1950.

    All attempts to secure a suit-
    ably qualified and experienced

    candidate ;t existing emoluments
    ($2,889 x 144—$4,320 per annum)

    bave proved unsuccessful and
    the Secretary of State for the
    Colonies has indicated that the
    demand for Chemists so fai

    exceeds the supply that “experi-
    ence is showing that in order to
    attract an experienced Chemist
    from the generally secure position

    he can command today, it will
    be necessary for Colonial Gov-
    ernments to offer substantially
    higher ary and better terms



    than is at present the case.”

    The terms set out in the Sched-
    ule to this Resolution represent
    the minimum offer which would
    cnable the Government to obtain

    the services of a suitable officer
    and a local candidate with the
    requisite experience and qualifi-
    cations is prepared to accept
    appointment on this basis,

    It should be mentioned that
    the acting arrangement which
    the Government has been forced

    to adopt and to which
    is made in paragraph 1, is placing
    a very heavy strain on the Agri-
    cultural Chemist and is proving
    increasingly unsatisfactory as
    time goes by, particularly as he
    is quite unable to devote sufficient
    time to the duties of his substan-



    tive office which include such
    important matters as _ investiga-

    tional work relating to the main-
    tenance of soil fertility and the
    improvement of crop production,
    In order to give effect to this
    Resolution it will be necessary to
    approach the Legislature later
    for covering financial provision

    Condition of Service

    After referring to the failure
    ot Government to get a suitable
    officer for the post, the Colonial

    Secretary told members that Gov-
    ernment had decided, rather re-
    luctantly,—reluctantly because it
    was not a good principle to im-
    prove the condition of service of
    one office as it might lead to dis-
    content in other departments

    that if they could obtain the ser-
    vices of a Government Analyst, a
    Resolution would be sent to the
    legislature suggesting terms which
    would attract the suitable person
    Accordingly a Resolution was sent
    to the Other Place. “I may men-
    tion that in the meantime,” he
    went on, “advertisements have
    been sent out throughout the
    Caribbean Area and have failed
    to get a really suitable candidate
    whom the Director of Agriculture
    would be prepared to accept.’

    When the Resolution went to
    the Other Place, he said, it came
    to his notice that there was a
    local candidate who had just come
    back from Canada and was inter-
    ested in the appointment, Inquir-
    ies were made as regards his
    qualifications. His application
    was referred to the Director of
    Agriculture who declared his
    qualifications satisfactory and that
    he was prepared to accept them

    Resolution has
    accordingly been withdrawn and
    the Resolution which is before
    you to-day is in its place. In the
    event of the Resolution being
    concurred in, it is proposed to
    offer the appointment on a three
    year agreement with the local
    candidate who has re cently come
    back from Canada with first-class
    honours from McGill University,
    and I hope this will put an end
    to the trouble regarding this par-
    ticular post.

    “The original



    reference said

    ADVOCATE
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    in The Legislature |
    Yesterday
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    the Legislative Council met ye | {
    v » ’ ere Hon. Celonial Secreta laid
    THE House of Asser ably yester- the tollowing documents on the table
    Gay passed an Address w the Statement of the sums of money paid }
    Governor concernin urt to Accountant General by the |
    = rene Hurricane missioner of Police during the qua
    surance Of approximately 40,000 ¢ 30th June, 1951 if
    small houges port of the Registrar on the Vital |
    Most members were in ‘ : z ies for the year 1950.
    % t membe were in favour ¢ The Council concurred in seven Re
    the Address which was introauc lutions and passed two Bills
    by the Junior Member for St. The Resolutions were
    ’ vane ; A Resolution for $11,000 for wirele
    ¥ Mr, s 4 3 :
    Andrew Mr. J. A. Haynes (E). equipment for the Police Department
    lis Sugges‘ion ls that Government A Resolution for $19,469 in connecti



    with the at Sec

    well

    lighting of the runway
    Airport

    hould either put away every year
    . fund commensurate with the



    in~ A Resolution for $13,792 in connectio
    irance premium on the houses with the island's contribution to 1!
    r take out comprehensive In- 8eeienal Economic Committee
    ir % Polic ci A Resolution to make it lawful fo
    ance ollciey on them the Vestry of Christ Church to lease
    Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said the parcel of land about 1 acre, 2 roods, 1
    scheme was impracticable perches part of Kent Plantation to t!
    The Addre mat or, Governor-in-Executive Committee for
    _The Address reads The House period not exceeding twenty-one year
    of Assembly view with grave con- at a pepper corn rent, for the purpose

    ern the cost of replacing the ap- °*tablishing a Playing Field

    proximately 40,000 small house A Resolution to

    n the Island, which in the event &or-in-Executive

    = in small plots to
    a hurricane would probably be 4 parcei of
    testroyed; considering the present

    |

    authoriz |

    mately five acres a Dode

    ery high cost of building materi- een Sruated in Me “perish of F
    vilip

    ls. A Resolution to authorize the Gov

    In view of this immense in- ernor-in-Executive Committee to lease

    of St. Michael, the Prit

    Playing Field situated in tl

    Comm
    agricult
    land of




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    labouret
    an area of approx
    forming part

    rease in re plar ement the to the Vestry

    1 . cess Alice
    louse of Assembly parish of St
    1e =Government about 6 acres, 3
    omprehensive

    costs
    that
    carry a

    Insur- A

    consider
    should
    Hurricane

    Michael and
    rood 2

    to authorize

    measurit
    perches
    the



    Gov

    ernor to enter into an agreement with a

    ance Policy on these houses as person to serve in the Department o

    most of the owners are not in a Science and Agriculture in the office

    financial position to insure them- Gevernment Analyst

    selves ag > on ¥ The Bills passed were :

    selves against Hurricane Risk. A Bill to amend. the Income Tax’ Ac
    Mr. Haynes said that the possi- 1921

    bilities of hurricanes and the des- |, 4, Bll to authorize the Vestry of St

    Andr to borrow $6,000 to be
    ecting suitable

    na Staff at the

    applic
    quarters for thr
    at Belle



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    a very serlous matter On re-
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    Jamaica, only a few days ago, it HOUSE
    occurred to him that as Barbados When the House met yesterday Dr 3 dees
    was in such a vulnerable pqsition, Cummins laid the followi a Se
    some day or other—he could hop: Statement of the sums of n ener pats

    “ver ’ 7 ver to the Accountant General by the eI Ss
    va Barbados’ day would Commissioner of Police during the | 5 DCDTBBSGO BS VO GP ODVEP PIO FIFIVS FO FOEOPPVD FS POISO"
    come, quarter ended 30th June, 1951 | $

    “My point is,” he said, “that it Report of the Registrar on the Vital oe %

    “ 5S, sé : he 1 i

    a , ¥ Statistics for the year 1950 Deink a Wireglass %
    the event of a disaster of this The following notices were given I 9 x
    kind, we should be in some way A Resolution to place at the disposal!
    prepared. ef the Governor-in-Executive Commit = s

    ie i th sle 4 tee the sum of $15,000 to supplement Daily of the
    } © In this island are very the Estimates 1951—62, Part I—Current
    heavily populated and from en- as shown in the Supplementary Estim i
    quiries ave made sather th: ates, 1951—52, No, 22 which form the .
    ene kot une Leanne ADSL ee caity io ie eaten Strengthening

    ait Pele scotia 000 small Rill to amend The Cinematograp!
    ouses which would be damaged,” British Films) Act 1935
    Impossible Bill to amend The Public Health Act ONE

    ae om ‘ 1908

    Years ago, he said, the diffi- The House passed a Resolution for NI :
    culty would not have arisen, bul. $15,000 as hurricane relief for Jamaica
    with the present rising cost of tae House passed a Resolution t



    sanction the Regulations r by tt
    Governor-in-Executive Committee

    materials, lumber, nails and other
    tems, it would be difficult for

    the the 14th day of June, 1951, under tt
    whers to replace the - provisions of stetion 17 of the Imm
    ther 2 Teplacé ‘the houses. ‘In Brecon of Paupers (Prevention) Act
    1er words, what dt would cost to 1900
    tild a frame in the present year, A Resolution to sanction — the

    ould have built a house ot
    me size eight years ago.



    When we put all tnese tre- visions of
    mendous expenses together,” he of the Customs Tariff Act, 1921 (1921-3)
    : we can realise that it is A Bill intituled an ‘Act to provide to
    practically impossible for private the collection and realisation of



    enterprise or and for the distribution

    the Petroleum (Amendment) Regulations x
    ; 1981, No, 2, made by the Governor
    Paccutive Committee under the pro
    subsection (2) of section |

    :

    individuals to re- big perp = ; for dunno ’
    . ca ‘ . i of the proceeds thereof and fe i
    place these houses in time of a] 4 connected with the matters aforesaid s
    hurricane, A Resolution to approve the numbe Pa
    My idea in this Address is that; f Bursaries which the Board of In x
    > yover aus Pradn ing ay award annually
    the Government should step in i uttabte candidates %
    and do one of two things. Either An Address to His Excellency the De
    put away every year a fund com-| Governor relating to GOT pan oer es >
    a 3 . leane rance Policies on sma
    mensurate v he insurance pre- Hurricane insurance
    e with t insurance pre houses in this Island,
    mium on these houses or
    tke out comprefiensive Insurance ——— —_





    Policies on these houses.”

    Speaking under correction, he
    said, he believed it was done in
    the case of fishing boats.

    He hoped that the Address
    would not fall on deaf ears as was
    the case with several he had seen
    bass in the House. It would be
    very remiss if the Head of the Ad-

    ministration and his advisory noi|}}
    take some notice of the Address,
    especially when many of the pre-
    vious ones had been passed |
    unanimously,

    Mr. O. T. Allder said that with

    the disaster of 1949 still fresh in
    his mind, he thought it would be
    good if the houses were insured
    It would give great hope to the
    thousands of people who occu-





    pied them, Like the member who t
    had just spoken on the Address, on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st
    he hoped it would not find itself x
    hidden in some pigeon hole and August we will be closed for Stock
    that the Administration would be
    impressed by the fact that the i
    majority of members in the taking.
    House had given it their bless-
    ings. |
    He would commend the Hon-
    ourable Member of St. Andrew
    for taking a-leaf out of the
    socialist book.
    Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said it

    was good business to allow some-
    body else to curry the risk when
    the insuring of the 40,000 small
    housés was to be effected.

    The question they were discuss-
    ing was @ serious one and it was
    foresight in a man like the Junior

    Member for St. Andrew to have ||
    thought of it. They should

    attempt to make some provision,

    “Even if it is necessary to get
    £50,000 through extra. taxes, it
    should be done. He wag sure the

    member for St. Andrew would |
    agrée with that. Such taxes would
    not be frittered way.”

    The work of estimation could

    easily be done with a little cost
    by the Sanitation Department. It
    was not a scheme which meant
    importing some official from Eng
    land or a similsr step and
    should gain the support of all.

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    : » the motor car M1245 and per- people never thought of until a
    the colony this morning at @ mitting it to be driven with the catastrophe occurred. One should | : .
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    additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508; words 3 cents. word week—4 cente a! © OW? 8 No. 22 Swan Street occupying | ,, THF CAMP— On the Sea. St, Lawrence deceased ed
    between 8 30 and 4 p.m, S113 for Death | word on Sundays; | 4 corner site and standing on 2520 square | "U'Y furnished Dial 8357 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al The release s SOUTHBOUND
    Notices only after ¢ p.m | feet of land 14 7.51—t f.n.| rersons having any debt or claim against * release said that the Com- Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
    Th , ia ea on application to the tenant Cc : the estate of Ernest Theodore. Dessas munists had already tried to sy N 3 — nates _ ‘Rarketes Seger
    su. ‘Galen’ tie euiiinaadtadie “te AUTOM Mr S. Nicholls LIFTON TERRACE—To an approved| deceased, late of Brittone til weave “a fabric of falsities"| KARY QEESON 2 ee One. ae ANG. Se
    Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- OTIVE This property will be set up to Public tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.} parish of Saint Mich gt aie tome aroun, b eee cet. ae — , et S > ao 1h Sept
    Sree cette seman settee io con:petiiton on Friday Sist August tess | Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali ne ee ones ee biane 1h — the so-called Kaesong, CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Sept. 11 Sept ons 20 Sept. 21 Sept
    bi $1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays CAR—One Standard 8 H.P, Dial—39s0. | 42 p.m. at the office of the undersigned modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. | 1980, are requested to send particulars of a ing incident. It repeated the CAN. CONSTRU TO Gee tee ee 3 Ont + Oct
    # for any number a: words up to 50, and 29.8.51—1n CARRINGTON & SEALY 3.8.51—t.£.n, | their claims duly attested to the under. | Cited Nations charges that the} LADY NEISON Don won woe. mon Sct
    2c . a ag : " peruplieampachiitenndistten sal alae re! — om € | > - . ” . » Oct
    4 cus oer. wear ex minibar oak: CAR One Vauxhall 18 done only dine ardent Decaieins genta ee ae FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly Wiliam Wardman ‘aheree We team Sone had refused United Na a —— —_ —
    additional wor. 10,000 miles, ike new. Phone 2061. 8. H.| The undersigned will offer for sale at built with spacious cupboards. Phone| Haynes & Grifith, No. 12 High Street |Command investigating officers Geers —_— —_— ——— -——$—— —__—- —_—
    x 4565 5 > -
    i? re benegicngn 29.8 .51—7n. i. High strest, Bridgetews, ne = a 25.7.51—t.£.n. Bridgetown, Barbados, Solicitors, on or areas repeated request to continue Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives
    -\the 7th. day of September, 1951. at 3| FURNISHED FLAT at “Four Aces.” betere ae 30th day of September 1951,, | ‘h€ investigation in daylight, when Barbades Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal
    IN MEMORIAM CAR: One Dodge Car 1937 model in | P-m : 2g) PURNISHED FLAT at “Four Aces,"| iter whieh date we shall proceed to | observations could be made under | !ADY NELSON cor ite eee Se eee
    goed Gulking. scathing oe an Bi ahi diliinatias” “#hoaG Swit meek ptem st.| distribute the assets of the deceased other ¢} “ : der); LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Cet BM Oct WW Oct 1 Nove
    offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos. | “ALLEYNE VILLE.” with the land cami recta ee mang the partion enititied terete heaving aan, “the masking effect of |
    munsembiaiees Agencies, Ltd. 23 51 tin. whereon the same stands and there ee oT abe hee read ‘wile a oo vin Ts and darkubes,”
    i ee, © = > 7 a. — ui ave had notice and we will he Reds in th
    FOSTER—1In loving memor, of our dear} CAR: Dr | belonging, containing by admeasure- rees, St. JMichael,| not be Mable f a S$ in their reply to Ridg-
    ‘ v 2 op-head © “gi ment 4,858 . a ; . @ for. the assets or any part ray « oe
    seston Hace "ah Hades ge amine a canaare Pant eg |e" at har, fete thernbot | sunning, "Barkers, Hine. “Moder ‘ava o.datiute to ay nese | WAY Said that they had not denie| GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents,
    August 20th. 107 hood. Bier. 8, Mietals See between | On the’ See, Bh Hastings, Chrint Church, | all usual offices: :Gerege and sscvants| have hab nomen et noe then nited Nations officials the right tc
    ihe Kile quis heed te oe Lee weno esate Oe ee Royal roo~, and all services including gas.| And all persons indebted to the said | emte the “evidence” in day-
    u " _ ary) ay < ve | Also oreh " . . sons e « | BR
    Ho quity sited hone. loving ees] GAR ON Bead Me tee Me Tk, queen an ae ee except Sundays, ey orchard approxitrately half an acre] estate are requested to settle their indebt- | /8ht. The release reiterated that ; rT 7
    And whispered Son peace be thine.” | sorbers and rubber mat generally over. ! p.m 2 noon and § For appointment to view, phone Mrs. | cdness without delay | he Communists had manufactured | [R AIT,
    Tre tolder, \Pather!, Adelaide Foste:| hauled last week. $1,000. Benjamin, | For further particulars, and conditions eae | DRUCILLA AUGUSTA TAYIO! | ‘he Kaesong bombing, saying that 1 ‘
    (Mother!, Madeline, and Mrs. E. Her-| Seaestin oe. in, _ particulars, — noes AUGUSTA TAYLOR Aces ae
    ace tae ang teas gl age gad Be ‘ottage, Marine Gandens, Dial | of sale, apply to: sninneni’ ac a VOLENC Y" — Prospect. St. James.| WILLIAM WATERMAN ALLEYNE | ‘it was staged by the Communists
    jBrothers), Elmo and Elsie Miller, | sesame ees | rn a ae ne Seen ee on the seaside) Qualified Executors of the will of for the benefit of their photo-
    iene 29.8.51—In.| MOTOR CYCLE—One Douglas 3% H.P. | —————____- . ide ieee Garty, 1 Bean Srent, Proe ae, ee ne sraphers and newsmen”
    ‘Gwikut can tcver etine ee ee ee 29.8.51—In.| PROPERTY—One two-storey house sit- | 3029 26 8.51—3n 1.851—40/ General Matthew Ridgway's OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
    beloved Mother Beatrice Smart, who ea ane, PUR at ey Ladee eu). ienaing on | — — — ———_—— |Supreme Headquarters charged!
    Gite ch Ada tan” tot ECT approximateky % acre of land. Apply that the C arged \
    ; news 948 EL L. SEALE c/o Ince & Co., Ltd > é e Communists used one ot! Tessel From Leaves Due
    No one knows how much I miss her, | RICAL : i ) Peta ares 7 one ¢ 4 :
    Star ectiee Sele ee | ees eee 204, 81—an PERSONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 2%! 962 airplanes: to stase the | a aynen Barbados
    I have suffered since : | LECTRIC WASHD er ean day | ee Se en ae arene aa taint ake bor . Ps ‘|ss LANTE 5 . ‘
    cae : aftared Some 1 lost her, | Very litle eae tine anne HINE : The undersigned will offer for Sale a |=———-————- SA TE a tater nbing of Kaesong. The SS. TACOM a es London 18th Aug Ist Sept.
    ili never be the same } > s —Courtesy | public competiti —- -|“tatement issued by the S os ACOMA STAR London 18th Aug 3rd Sept.
    ius Inman Maauet Garage, 28.8516. | 2 petition at their Office, No Victorian Loan Exhibition, Barbad ’ e supreme; cs sc 5
    1@ daughter ivy and family 8. m./ 17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday The public are hereoy warned against] \useum, Last Day Prides sist. Nuss os | United Nations Commanders’ Pub- S.S. SCHOLAR London 25th Aug 17th Sept.
    29.8.51—I1n REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7 cft.-| @ Ith day of September, 1951 at 2} ehroe Seen to my, wife, Esmay Innis isa : *y 38.8 Sean \lic Information Service reiterate: se se poet Liverpool & Soh Aug 15th eps
    USA inanugactore.” poe othe | p.m.i— | inee eid.) as do not hold myself | g “ Glasgow
    TAK \Gerake Dal ae 208.51--6n. | The two-storied Dwellinghouse known | fesponsibie ~ wher or anyone else og, Joos Guvioiee Nations airplane of) —--—————__________ Pos 2 te EEE SOME REN.
    2 >| as “CONISTON”, with the land whi | tracting any debt or debts in my name 3 SC) nm was over Kaes Ww > . TRY >
    E NOTICE | | s4,"CONISTON”, with the land whereon | ic bys written onder signed oy me | TAKE NOTICE [at the time of the alleged baecee ee ee eee
    containing by admeasurement 6,422) HUBERT INNISS, : ai ; ;
    PERMUTIT FURNITURE | square feet or thereabouts, situate at | Upper Thorpes Cottage, | cf the armistice conference neutrai Vessel ss Closes, a
    That the PERMUTIT COMPANY LIMI-. FURNITURE — One Americar brn | lth Avenue Belleviile, St. Michael. cones jZone. It added, “our air alert : ora
    was ates eee ee ee a ee American babs inspection. by appointment with Ars 28.8.51—2n SINGER | System reported that an unidenti-]S.S. ADVISER London End Au
    whose » or “ cy cb eae : > a square | L. L. Toppin, § y \ . aire a} ao am vad ‘ sO wD 4 P
    whose fea La Husiviegs addireéns is Per- | with floor. Pram with mattress Phone- For Panther SAAMIEE tae tenet | The public are hereby warned against] - fed aircraft approached Kaesong S.S. STUDENT ‘ Liverpool End Aug
    fh, Woe Mgt eh peste et 2748 29.8.51—2n. | of sale, apply to:— “| giving credit to my wife, Inez Gooding| That SINGER MOTORS LIMITED, from the west at 11.20 p.m.’ the amine wentenmevennengensnenetpnannienigertiep 2 3
    ongon, » Engle » hasa a ath I scat dade tens diese poke } 2 ; * nee S ) asl nyse’ . - * rac j es Meee hg ese ae ee
    the registration of a trade mark in Part} “PORTADECK™ CHAIR: Ideal for | COTTLE, CATFORD & co. | ‘Nee Spooner.) as I do not hold myse't| pritish Company, Manufacturers, whose /€xact time of the alleged attack. For further Information apply to. .
    pa as. Register in respect of Qo et a garden, in camp, on ship ete 26.8.51.—N.E.D. | tracting:any debt or debts in my nar ine oe, Dusiiiene _ sddbese ie ey Since no United Nations Command
    and installations for use in purifying.| Entirely new in de: ; = —_————_— . S ettnin érdee : a 2 ¥. rickshire, nd. | airer yas i ‘ it i
    softening, supplying and distributing} 1 weight oe tbe ate coon 3 HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla eee WeREDD EE, GOODING ms. | haa applied for the registration of 8 trade |... ey ig - wap! NaS Ba DA COSTA & co LTD —A ent
    water: and filters, preparations for seft- rentcaa oer Many oe ver) St. Matthias and the City, | ah eae ra mark in Part “A” of Register in respeot |YONd doubt that this was a Com- ” “AG Snts
    ine - sad puilasing’ staan: end Miisenn, BOR he Oe se a wt P. | OMe (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell. oc eve pear of motor driven vehicles, engines, chasse | Munist aircraft. It said that all
    ion-exchange materials being chemical! , oe oa so building sites with 70 {ft frontage * ‘ Ns [ond parts thereof, and will be ontitlea the evidence es i; 3
    products for use in the treatment -8.51—7n | and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable The pub eee mata ial PRE ERN eEH = o register the same after one month i ence establishes the con-
    ei atlas “ees ont tn sodas Brig per agi, Contact Ac Brooks, | 7, ble ave hereby ward agains | (om “the asin “day of Auumurt it [clusion that the Communists per-
    eitistin tin Bink pfhet one mont ay ; 1 y or Phone 816 - | givin € s Gwen nless some person shall in the meantime | petrated a delibera rg
    ie marae Coan Tee ee MECHANICAL |tween 9-11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m, if you | Heseta Brathwaite, inee Taylor) as I do] give notice in duplicate to me at my . Rad oeiee te —
    some person shall in the heantime give -_—————$—$——————___! want to buy, sell, or build, fmt hold myself responsible for her ©*| office of opposition of such registration, | Gio Peking said tonight that
    wotice in Guplicate fo ine atdee atice ve] ADDING MACHINES—‘Just received | 28.8.51—6n, | @hvone else senttaating Oy dant (ot The trade mark can be seen on applica- | he Kaesong armistice talks “have
    opposition of such registration. ‘The trade teste of ado Adding Machines, Si Maik Stee fae halk ten etn os (on ae written tion at my office. aS ae come to a serious crisis” and
    mark ean be seen on application a , y es Grant Lt sale by Public Com. | °F4er | , PAI -— . jay of Avgue 1 " ie i rij Tani
    ae e application at my | prone yagg. ec S: petition at my office VICTORIA STREET WHITFIELD BRATHWAITE, | H. WILLIAMS, | eenettoast imperialists”) must CANADIAN SERVICE
    3 is ay |" st August a 4047 | airfie Toss acd, Regis ade ; bear . a
    Sere a | LE See ae eee ADDING MACHINE—"One second | *4: ft. land with the dwelling house | Black Rock, St, Michael Raat es OS Or res inmate aa consequences if the From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal
    resistrar hz NEETAMS. | nang adding MAcH EN col” cence | Chilled” “KARLVILLE ‘Spoonets "Hit atta 513 pgotiations break down. The] “>"> --— -- ae gen
    28.8 sian. | anc two second hand ‘Remington Type. , °°taining closed gallery, drawing and — —_ —_____—_ | broadcast, monitored here, was one LOADING DATES
    ‘| writers 14", apply T. Geddes Grant Ltd. ,| “ining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed- | —-—————-_ r of the strongest toned blasts at the %
    Phone 4442.” 22.8.51—7y7, | Tooms upstairs, W.C. and bath, electric ARBOUR LOG | United States in ai.
    TAKE NOTICE ee | iight and water, rents for $20.00 per | Public Official Sale te a recent weeks, by Montreal Ralit | gupperiee, Azites!
    GEICYCLES—Hereules for Ladies and | ™onth. For conditions of sale apply to| ae jhe pee munist propaganda Sl re Dales, Bees
    ents—with and without three-speed , R McKENZIE, (The Provost Marshal's Act 14 Car $ | machine,—-U.P, . e YCREST’ 15 August a August |
    and light. Very attractive prices Cours 26.8.51—4n. Auctioneer. (1904-6) § 30). In lisle Bay mv, “BENNY” , 20 Ausust te et ey tember
    tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—6n. | On Tuesday, the 11th day of Septem- > } Sis. SSUNVALLEY’ +» 12 Sept 17 Sept \ 3 Oct ie
    MEST AP The undersigned will offer for sale} per, 1951, at the hour of 2 o'clock in| ,,%2°>t Marsaltese, — Sch. Zita Wonita, | Sj * . ss “A VESSEL” 26 Sept 1 Oct | 18 October
    OLYMPIA” Portable Type Writers—| by public competition at their office,| the’ afternoon will be sold at my office| M.V-_ Daerwood, Sch Gardenia W.) 4 1X \\ ill Die For a Sa

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    machines now in stock. For further par-| 21st. August 1951 at 2 p.m. the under-/ under the appraised 1 Sch. Franklyn D.R Sch. D'Ortac, ‘
    ticulars Dial—3199. A. G. St.HILL. ‘mentioned shares :-— i All that Serain Saar vot Land con-| Sth. Enterprise S., M.V. Caribbee, Sch Abdullah’s Death
    29.8.51-2n.|_ TEN (10) SHARES PLANTATIONS | taining by estimation 3,721 sq. ft. situ-| Rainbow M., Sch. Amberjack Mac, Sch. | From Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
    —_—_—___ LIMITED te ceed late at Baxters Road in the City of W.L. Eunicia, eer’ from page 1 Expected Arrival
    MISCELLANEO’ } 4 Co.,| Bridgetown, butting and bounding on " | Sw ‘
    US Solicitors lands formerly of Donald Williams but] M.V. TURKIS, 510 tons net, Capt.| Deputy Tory Leader, Anthony 8. “EAST WAVE" t tate: Mverpest ANTIQUES 29.8.51—3n. | now of James A, Tudor, on lands now] Pedersen, from New York Eden h . : risk $8, “SUNRELL" — Uf sumAci@nt it Aus 18 Aug 4 September
    Glass, Chi a ae CVETY ESCTIDUON. | ee |r «late of one Goodridge, on lands DEPARTURES » Who _used to be Foreign (inducement
    Wetec ag Dawels: “Abe Silver; BY Public competition at the office|ormerly of the estate of one Mary] S.S. COTTICA, 2.312 tons net, Capt Secretary himself, blasted Mor-] ss, “SUNRAY (offers _ 2 Aug 7 Sept 24 Sept
    Kitogneahe tte. ah ks, Maps,| of the undersigned on Friday the 7th | Maxwell deceased) but now of Daisy| Dross, from Trinidad rison, who is known as “Lord Fes- | —— cee End Septembe:
    Shon ihicining “Nevel Sant oe September 1951 at : 2a stonewail| Chambers, and on the Public Road, at \tival” for answering ‘questi aa one or a net
    ‘ 4 : dwelling house containing Drawing room, | Baxter's Road Bridgetown, together with ans sstions in a
    COMPANY. Oct ereetinea 3.9.50-t.f.n./ ¢ining room, two bedrooms, kitchen.|/the Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &c., the Commons about the Festival of U.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE
    hod : le as ot * Seni
    unde? the laws of Soe Ate Of New| CAMBGACMOUAN 35, Abs Mow, price | {Phas Coates nto Bie ake | eae ee ooo a RATES OF EXCHANGE | Britain. Expected Arrival
    York, United States ‘of America, whoes| one hundred dolls Fi of land at Military Road, Bush Hail, The whole property appraised to FOUR Morri London Antwerp Rotterdam Da B. ete
    trade. or business address is Westfeld,| City Phar ollars. Fitt, Knights Ltd. |: Michael. Inspection on application | THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOL- rrison, the former erranc Barbados
    Chatithanias Nee Vane Unied aretaa oe | oun SST 118.51—T FN. | ta the tenant Mr. Leslie between the | LARS ($4,800.00) AUGQUEE 2, 1961 boy and telephone operator, whe | %*. “SUNJEWEL" ; + M Aug 4 Aug. 17 Aug. 30 August
    7 rH 4 * ; hours of 6—18 a.m. and 3—6 p.m.| Attached from A. H. Johnson & Seaton | 5 mv. “BRUNO” a 3 a ;
    America, has applied for the registration a COTTON SEERSUCKER: Just unpacked | For further particulars and conditions of | (Ex'ors & Tees of wW ae Tehseors, ‘including Newfoundland) ge into the upper sanctum of Mid September
    of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register| Ten attractive Designs 36” wide $1.12] ale apply to— |deceased) for and towards satisfaction, { “2° pr Cheques on nitehall this year, at the age of A *
    sad otaaratee: bateraee Wea will be west Ae can ae ea nleteions HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD. | &e Bankers 61.4% pr. |63, is outwardly undismayed by gents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
    and non-aerated beverage, a w e irpalani, wan Street F . 95 . 7 . . neces —_——— — ED. irinen
    entitled to register the same after one 29.8.51—1n James Street. | N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day ene ' these attacks, or by assaults from rene rormeeieremseemnememenms
    n 29.8. .51—Sn | of purchase. rafts 61.25% pr. left : AL NETHERLANDS omen
    Wel unless" some person shall in the] POX GAPE —Lad i —_——_—_—_——- | TT. HEADLEY, signt Dart te BY’ [left-wing members of his own S SSS,
    unless some person sha n y out from U.K - | Provost Marshal} (3 2% pr Cable party. who resent hi villi .
    m eantime give notice in duplicate to me wishes to dispose of beautiful fox Cape AUCTION | Provost Marshal's Office, 61.7% pr Currency 59 9% pr to eechieuaat et e willingness at my office of opposition of such regis-] Genuine Silver, Bargain for $245.00. | — " 24th August, 1951 25.8 51—3n. Coupons 59.2% pr. se.-—U.P. tat aearon ts TERDAM
    t on. The trade mark can be seen on] Reply Box G c/o Advocate Advtg PY instructions received from the | ENTO wth August 1991
    pplication at my office. Dept. 29.8.51—1n.| King’s Solicitor & will sell by public | ee en ae are Mf S. HELENA—ith September 1951
    Dated this 18th day of August 1951, ___' | auetion on Wednesday next 5th September ” }.8. BONAIRE—Tih Septeniber 1061 Cie. GI v t!
    H. WEHLLIAMS, FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all| at 2 p.m, on the spot at McClean Land, Court Wa 1 E SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND » Gle., ransatlantique
    Registrar of Trade Marks. kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies | Britton's x Road one double roofed house | n 8 X- A ¥ » AMSTERDAM
    28 8 51—3n.| Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitchen. | are | ‘ : lig WILLEMATAD—1lth September a
    Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-|the said belonging to the estate of ‘ - | S, Ex di ee
    ion Brushes, Bath Brushes, Comb| Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd For all white shoes — ba | Optes tradited SATLING TO PARAMARIBO SAILING TO







































    Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder D'ARCY A. SCOTT, | F =
    a Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl Government Auctioneer, | | VERBAN : 1.8. STENTOR—13th Se 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
    0 Brushes, and many others, 29.6.51—5n ° | The Varbania the Maen & Prey ees eS BC “COLOMBIE
    H. P. CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middie —- a —_—— | : ares our! Rc Nabe 4 , 4 31” September 2
    5 Bircet. Distributors, Dial $980, UNDER THE SILVER White shoes, to pass muster |formally demanded the extradi- | ‘5; COTTICA—a7th August 1951 Iual, via Martinic a Guada-
    js 25.8.51—7n ; | tion from the United States of twi } ' § ea ar en September 1901 loupe 5 ee) SURE
    Cause K led in 3 Days SANT ON PS DONUT aa Fc HAMMER sae | in company, must be spot- |former Secret Service soldier: SAM, Tete tone
    Louies Waortell: back Walk tues aad, -S ena 43 at Sas aaieatina 1 : 1 j | accused of murdering their Com-] 4.8 MERA—27th August 1951 te
    The very first application of Nixo- nat ae aceeae oe fi a ee eS u a is ern ue ess, immaculate, Use ti |manding OMcer behind enemy| “8 MELENA-—2ird September 1951 -
    derm begins {0 cere dorm vonlent | — u a 2 Patmegiacis ee FP Soe ualeeet lia Propert’s White Ri lines in 1944, The Court insisted] %: P: MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD, | SOUTH BOUND
    und yourwill soon see your skin be- PAIN fades right out when you take | Round Tip Top Table, Sideboard, Was- pert’s White Renovato [that former Lieutenant cardi and cine eile laa ee :
    oat ee rt Cee kins OAR iat cir te site oa ates: ee el eae eae Plant or Propert’s Shuwhite. No | former : Sergeant Sarlo 4 Odolee i 4 a “COLOMBIE” 22nd August,
    germs and parasites on the skin that | tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head- Stands: Bookshelf all in Mahogan | stand trial for the slaying in North |) ! e 1951.
    Fause Pimples, Boils, Red Blotches, | che—Pains in the limBs and joints—| Dinner and Tea Services, Glass Ware; surer way of making sure Italy of Major William V. Holo- ae y itibbee wil Accept Cailing at Trinidad, La
    Hezema Ra ey ergot | Feverishness, Remember there is only one | Koll Top Desk, Wicker Chi Rush : |han, the Chief of the Secret Mis- ine AMAin, St Mite, Nevis Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
    xtth vou remove the germs that hido ASPRO. 19.8.61—11n | Chairs: ae oes Bene eo that white shoes are white! | Sion. ; and Montserrat Sailing on the and Jamaica.
    a Ura bent rar of youe eniss Be Takes cy Spring, ‘Dressing. ‘Tables, | However, extradition was not 29th, August, 1951 i ot
    get Nixoderm from your chemist to- Press, Bedaide Table &c., all in| ie se expected to come quickly if at all
    KE TI i ss : > oe asseng:
    Nixederm, wil banist piesa TA NOTICE Mahaaund, Sones "Gadetned “a0 P T ° | First, the demand goes to the The M.V. DAERWOOD wilt ac- \*Cinee aed Mail
    clear your skin soft and smooth or tresses, Wood Painted Bedstead and BuceKiN R Oo p E R s§ | Prosecutor General in Turin, or cept CarKo and Passengers for W
    a sca a ay oe bho er 1, Soe | \ cantas jthe first leg of its legal journe; St. Lucia, Grenada and Arubs tt
    ; *| i t 3 > , only te ; on
    Nixoderm « ?ii;%! Rieetrie Stove. and. 2-Burner ‘Mot Plate, Wy," i) SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR | ‘Proukh Rome to Washington Se nee
    empty 2Burner Florence tove an yen | —UP. or kh. M J NE ll d
    For Skin Troubles parkage. practically new; Wateriess and Pressure | In Cartons with Sponge | B.W.}. SCHOONER OWNERS ° i) S& (C0., { *
    emia. Cookers, Kitchen tensils, roning sc
    SS Board, Step Ladder, Kitchen Tables, WI Prices ‘Skyrocket’ ASSO. Ine,, AGENTS
    Bath Scales, Books, a very good Staple tie Consignees, Tel. No, 4047. ‘











    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 24

    “Other West Indian territories
    with more limited financia
    resources are finding it more diffi- |

    sult even th Trinidad to grap- , 2
    cult even than Trinidad to grap- {if WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY

    rising prices,” said Mr. J. H TO FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR

    Steer, Colony’s Statistician back - *

    from’ a 10-day survey tour oi | WHITE LEAD in OIL and TINTS
    British Guiana, Barbados and |
    Grenada,

    He observed that all the terri-
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    HOUSE

    HASTINGS BARBADOS
    Under new management.
    Daily and longterm rates
    quoted on request
    Permanent guests
    welcome,
    Dinner and Cocktail
    parties arranged.

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    Refiections On

    The Test Series

    LONDON, Aug. 20,
    ; between England and South Afri-



    ca is ¢ By three matches to one, England has

    won the with one game drawn. For Dudley Nourse,

    ( n) ric Rowan, (vice-captain), and several other

    er of the South African side, this is almost certainly
    ir last cricketing visit to Britain.

    And time is running out on

    them rapidly Their final match



    T. N. Pearce’s XI com-
    Scarborough on Sep-

    B.C.L. Colts
    and shortly they

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    Seven Arrested

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 28.





    The Federal Bureau of Investi-
    gation today arrested seven al-
    leged Communist Party leaders in
    tl Hawaii Islands The United
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    Wayne Hall (36), described as the

    ~ e Cuan McCarthy, the young fast
    IEP SK bowler who goes up to Cambridge
    Series ler who. 4008
    i What can one say cf these tour”
    B.C .L. ¢ on Sunday jsts from the Union who have
    cx I (Empire played to the best of their ability
    Cd to be an ar have proved such charming
    of big games be- guests? Undoubtedly they have
    e4 ry and City Divi- not been the playing success that
    ' u This is a the West Indians or the Austra-
    will be fol- lians were. Nor have they a re-
    ed. | ree games between cord comparable with that of the
    e Cou ur City teams New Zealanders who managed tc
    In Colts game Gooding ¢ at in four 3-day Tests
    Ad ite ind Lewis (Sham- ingland
    ave made centuries Negative
    ‘son, have been asked to South Africa lost the Test series
    f. Another promiging player muinty because their approach to
    G. Sobers of Keni, a left hand the matches was negative. Even
    bowler who has been very though Dudley Nourse had the
    ¢ eason luck to win the toss four times
    nN mes Ormond out of five, the attitude of h
    be selected to cap- jatsmen suggested that from tl
    the Country team and C. very first tall, they were trying
    : Cc team. They will to avoid defeat. Even the double
    npires in the Colts centuries b3 J RR it
    subg Bridge and by at Leed
    The Coits teams are Be re compiled with an ai rt
    City Colts: Bascombe (ColtsP siiggested that it was a sin to hit
    Capt Gooding (Advocate), Sob: he ball toc hard. Exceptions to
    . Lorde, Roberts (Notre Dame), this line of thought were McLean, THE ¢
    Yearwoor ( Rangers) Mottley, Var Ryneveld, Cheetham ‘and ian Mareen Has
    Harewood (Yorkshire), Giobons Waite. In these the Springboks 17 stone 4 1b
    11), Olton (Penrode), Wilkie nave young batsmen who will race, but won by a minute this year.—Express.
    (Progressive), Hope (Liberty) erve them well in years to core co io 4
    Country Colts: H. Nurse (N.P., Nor can it be denied they were
    Cet C. Maloney (St. Cather- unfortunate to lose the service YES¢e
    ine) A. Atherley. G. Sobers for over half the tour of young Cliff Lands
    (Kent ©. Estwick, A. Mason Michael Melle, their fast bowler
    (Danes). K. Gilkes (Cyclone), V. who had to undergo an operation 5,
    Graham (George Park), H. Cor- for hernia- In the only Test in Knock—Out
    bin (Barrows), FE. Lewis (Sham- which he was fit enough - ap
    rock), Nurse (Majestic), Mullins pear, he claimed four wickets at ‘
    (Norwich), C. Springer (New a total cost of only 17 runs. Wno In 51 See,
    Standard) can say that x! he had pees weet:
    Pe “ts ¢ sunc- able in the other games either ey |r y “
    ‘any Re LI displace McCarthy or Chubb or By SYDNEY ee Pate
    to give them additional support, Clift 1 ‘ : ug. 23
    eee that South Africa might not have <0 Andet on, tt British
    ‘Aven the’ series? Guiana feather- veicnt, entered
    No Cricket the ring for his fight with Ger-

    ald Dreyer at Porthcawl wearing



    From the English point of view peaked cap That raised a

    7 - the visit of the South Africans has laugh

    € Th.
    y esterday been notable because it has seen The laughs changed to cheers
    the rise of a young batsman who when Cliff waded in, put Dreyer

    will surely play as big a bart in
    the next fifteen years of English
    cricket as Hobbs did in the year:

    down f
    him out

    and then knocked
    secs. flat

    r eight,

    Owing to a sodden outfield at an
    nov

    Harrison College grounds yester-
    day play again was not possible

    That was the finish—except for

    before the war. The reference is one thing. Cliff, grinning, donned
    he cricket match in the Inter a : ti test at ing. ,& g, 1e¢
    Suhek. Toimnemect between to P, B. H, May, the young Surrey his cap as he left the ring, and
    hi San? Cc Heck and Queen's amateur, who scored a century !n this time there were—cheers.
    talon: , f Br e Gi Sa f * his first Test innings at Leeds. Cliff Curvis, the Swansea south
    7 oars aga to t ae “i the Providing economic circumstances paw, cCutpointed former French
    : tain bes ah ah aa o If do not render it impossible for weltey champion Emmanual
    ee ve a, erat ayy tch him to stay in the game, he will “Titi? Clavel (deputising — for
    the weather holds fine the match jonk with the great batsmen of European champion Charles Hu- ;




    will be started today.
    The jast cricket match in the
    Inter Schools Tournament which

    all time.
    Another interesting newcomer
    to the scene has been the young

    m

    covery round,



    Harrison College played against yorkshire opening batsman Low- vis, happy and excited over his
    the Windward Islands XI. ended on It is sufficient of him to say win--his' second over Clavel
    ~ a victory by 102 runs for Col- 4yat he is moulded in the best became serious for a moment.
    ege, : : , _ Hutton tradition. Said Cliff in his soft Welsh
    In their cricket, match the England's two needs now are a accent : “My only disappointment
    Windward Islands’ XI. and j2¢e bowler to support Alec Bed- js that I ‘did'nt fight Humez
    Queen’s College played to &# draw* er and a slow left arm spinner. Who’s my next opponent Why.”
    count the focibAll matches = When two players have been grinned Cliff, “Charles Humez for
    indward Is}ands XI defeated ¢,und to fill these positions satis- choice.”
    Queen’s College — 6—1 and faetorily, England will be in a Other results—12 rds : Selwyn Evans
    Queen p ee in __ their exe pesition to face the next Austra- (Newbridge bt Dennis Sewell Trek
    . ve ric, ollege , a arrig eferee steoping fight end of 8th
    or yi cay ; tory } xi lian challenge with assurance 10. td: Tomiry Batley > (Liverpool)
    coe ie outpointed Dai Davies (S«ewen): Mel
    wet pitch Ce ae Brown (U.S.) outpointed Lloyd Barnett
    (Jamaica)



    SANDS WINS—
    BUT NO K.Q.

    SYDNEY
    Sands,

    Y.M.C.A, Beat
    Queens 5—4

    Fans Prefer

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    HULLS, Jnr.
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    middle-weight champion, won his : : q :
    By PAT MARSHALL fight against South African , Y-M.C.A. defeated Queens Col-
    ASK anyone who saw the whole Duggie Miller at the Sportsdrome, r of British Guiana in_ their
    Test series which matches were Birmingham recently, but the loser ‘able Tennis ‘Tournament at the
    : . ue Y.M.C.A, last night. Nine sets
    the best and they will pick on the received the cheers. Were plated And: VACA
    three which finished in under 18 Miller, a fearsome-looking Av pia yee “mn alee hes won
    hours of actual cricket—the figure, with blood streaming Mio creati ie: mentee oteiion
    second at Lord’s the third at from cuts above and below a left gpiniqg phat eeuaD (Q.C) p -90
    Manchester, and the last at the eye swollen almost to closing 91-12 21-15 Shichis lect th Mone
    Oval point, received the ovation for 9.) (Q.C.)_ 14-2] “Q1-11. 16-21
    The other two, at Nottingham standing up to ten rounds of rib- 9).)3. Gibson beat Mongul (Q.C.}

    cracking right hocks and crosses
    and piston-like lefts to the body,

    and Leeds, went into the fifth day,

    Gibson los part 2 v-
    They were just sheer boredom, Hbson lost, to Moore (@.C.)_ 19

    21, 21-13, 16-21. Forde beat Wons







    Surely there is a lesson here for There was Only one knock (Q.C,) 21-19. 21-17. Shields los
    the cricket authoriti Five days down in the fight. It came in to Moore (Q.C.) i6-21 10-2)
    is too long for any cricket match the third round when a pile- Forde beat Mongul (Q.C 6
    Tes should be of 18 hours’ driving right hook came down 2}-11, Gibson beat Wong (Q.C.)
    duration. If weather intervenes, on the side of Miller’s head. 21-9, 21-10, ; 5

    then extra time could be played on The South African went down





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    Harrison College defeated F
    in their water polo match at the Aquatic Club yesterday |

    aiternoon, Billy Manning top scored tor Harrison College | r
    ending in 1our goals while rrankie Manning, Charlie Eve- | oat
    iyi ana Geottrey Jordan scored one each. i



    lu ine Owner game of We atter-
    Swordfish beat Whipporays
    Cigne one fur Swordilsia iN€Sea
    Portiio scored iwree, UWeottrey
    Foster and Mickie Jordan (wo eaci
    and Herbert Portiiio one. R. Gib-
    on cored the lone goal tor
    Whipporays late in the first halt.
    Botn games were rather one-
    ide4 as Harrison College and
    dfish were vastly supericr w

    their opponents. Flying ¥.sii were
    wi*iout Mark Conliffe in the for-

    d line and Desmond Johnson
    came in at late notice to take his
    place. Billy Ward, one of the

    Whipporays leading forwards was
    also absent and Harrison College
    too played without their strongest
    ¢ soch “Mortimer” Weather-
    heaa and Allan Taylor were being
    rested
    In the first game Harrison Col-
    } three up at half time.
    Piay centred in the Flying Fish
    is the Collegians came down





    in eated attacks. Early in the
    econd half Flying Fish attacked
    dangerously on several Occasion:
    wd John Chabrol in goal for Col-
    lege positioned himself well to
    iv me difficult shots. After
    thi however, College again
    brought the game into the Flying
    Fish area and by the end of the
    game had netied four more goal.

    Swordiish opened their game
    with Whipporays at a terrific pace
    ind in a couple of seconds Geoffrey
    Foster swam through and score?
    By half time he and Nesta Portillo
    had scored two goals each. R
    Gibson scored for Whipporays in
    the final stages of the first half,
    ifter Ralph Weatherhead of
    swordfish had been ordered from
    the water for a major foul. Gib-
    on wag left unmarked and he shot
    from close range. This brought
    Weatherhead back into the game.

    “Mickie” Jordan scored the fifth
    goal for Swordfish early in the
    second half. The Portillo brothers
    followed with one each and
    ‘Mickie” Jordan netted the eighth
    shortly before the end of play.

    For Whipporays, Dudley O’Neil
    relied too much on his long shots.
    He was closely marked by Geoffrey
    Foster and none of them were
    really effective.

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    Flying Fish: P. Faster, A Hazell, |
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    Harrison College: J, Chalrol,|
    F. Manning, 6. Manning (Caj-*.),
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    Swordfish: A. Weathechead |
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    WEDNESDAY. AUGUST !. IS1 li\KH\l)OS ADVOCATK PACE TI1RKF. Greek Politics Take Unpredictable Turn Marshall Papagos To Enter friext Elections \i\ QBORGE INDBOl EJDAK1 S ATHENS August 28 GREEK poliucs have taken an ui turn since the eountry'i number %  I Marshal Alexander Papa*, < lection, opening on September I Papagos' decision came like a thunderclap from the total darkening political iky, which Dvershadi wad Greece, when Kin; Paul t\ims<-u hi< constitutional pn %  i i • I i I i; July :;uih The Kin table Government to :: %  .( %  < %  the worsening %  ^~^~ %  The Field Haralwl'i > %  ; % %  I no time in proclaiming I) politics I %  %  N the King. %  %  %  AjTOy an* to did Me wait%  been lorV.D. In Europe Is On Decline Doctors Report It lookt at It theVi* got where ke leant us." •Sedgefiekr Sails Away ••i'urki>"' Paya I iist \ Wti lo Ulaiul Lrtngs 182 000tt.OjLumber FAY1N Itltko OlOOgllt N The lumber is cSSVttj | Messrs. T. Oeddea Oral LW TtM larhji %  %  N 1 She is %  o( lumber ha> %  %  The Turkic |M '...it Japan \\ ill Revive Old Cartel System HOST QBSERVmtS THINK B) BAstNUT HCBBBBCHT TOKYO. An, uat 28 JAPANESE agreed i extent, after the P the old time Zaibathu oi 'ported to be working on also agree that it 111 before the new Japan %  %  appi on i %  ken up an A In tin \ tl Labourer Fomd Guilb Of \>snifil %  Hush Kail spired or ordered bv th. A A . %  %  i bj the %  been for. Q , IJ-.L-... in Postwar Rules re he mudc After y Months fr Harbour to eatei Ota .„__„ „ K „ Hil I • %  Seven Parties rt of which time B> I 111 I I ..• iThe Bui ops oomph Dock , r ,,,, pant on div dock. The Motor Orei % %  Pei u aJ %  on M %  i : eon,i;, y nisht f,i < Ouadeknips via Unique, a corn, %  P put>pcs of treatment." I I TinSealfelirld was formerly afj s M : One doctor spi P***** "Beral Landtau craft of the An. .., olher reports of a greater jncidence of Party i the Central I rig-it of centre "Der I. the defendant—while with i %  of $H.40 I! ( %  '" Mr. E W. Harrow appeared 011 erajed ( once Uw feeaty^ rae UM counsel l-> .iiea*e In Eai I many ana lome i might it; : i-:ipable of carryii •ntre "Nan „,i CB bin LSlWiHUri %  ** 1' '> of thehiV' I'VCI of new drug-", luch as pen streptoi wen terra mvcin. Wonder Drue %  in the United Stab n ii ii •• ii Block;'' ii %  ISM Election •lection In Marco %  i BM hiieM m the Carfbbi in : I George* A. Bernard oi M who I* eesnUatlni with the ; %  %  %  ile Of the ship to be u i abap between thai i %  by the bat %  %  %  nrtdeno % %  i known lo cure i ,,:,„ lalaada myein, ,. h ,, p cbii rots %  %  taae rah on Uie decline i %  %  "r* """> •"i %  resolutii i .i that the ind %  • ;id to the %  the dlnenw. pjirtlcularl ( ->phil th aurenoi. hotdini i ..h c ipabta of hokUn| two U % % %  . , %  i run •tactrk fans and iteel cabineti %  i '. %  !. %  tiu PleU ehaUanaa •ertousiy. The ship has -> main %  ...iios* whtrh will IK. ito politic! aa I %  d with Sta tablet and 24 PLACED ON BOND l Magistrate ol BE on a d nionih %  Tho offeni | %  and arc Hid to revival %  i frill i" It af tl i nnl la .Inpan to %  %  %  for Communism "KllnW-llnw" believr Uwt Japan odi %  e „ theii know T I %  I %  i %  urc that i until i watined u •ore f>". M beltevf rhelr pre wat influen%  %  %  %  %  i lltlral n IT ASTHMA MUCUS loosened First Day Dan i I-I rouli'nK. •niii i < M •% •itaria of Hr.>ii. hltu or Aalfcnu iln four ilHp >nJ >iiii tilhi without trytnf UBS' r,. %  pray. milt*. InUrlUi r Ugh lh Ii I mica anil bum. Ml th< A.with uU-h ••llfril..n ff nioaav **. ...t.. %  •• nt MRNParn rrnm ahamlal iMaj f RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE GONE I Tw< SoMlan i I obtpr li-cl, Thf SlRPfirW rnctn?* of 225 )" • % %  UU|M it %"H t(1 with t bleb will kivr II II ipMd nf 12 knot-, nn dour. SEPTIC OINTMENT Gcrmolcnc Ointment soothes %  id f nctratcs. It protects skin intnric*, mhea, Kilda, and insect bites from the entry or bannfnl bactetia, anil stimulates betling. Keep a tin handy for t'amilv use. MURDER CASE FUUTHEH I the presesrl unpredictable, and the moat uncornmunJcaUva contei' the \ Ictor, preliminary he Par! which Ewafl Thornhlll n i %  %  ttain clauses of | ike K %  • Mil bael titution, which are charged with "ie RIUTdl \ %  I %  II has bfr Capt. Mui/ae. .ski Motor V( %  lUrruood. ha I the Srdiefirld to 0 Worrell on August 6. will be taken sb> ion Ffffl T***^.r* w 4LJ* ntrn < ^ todov before Mr. E. A McLco SO,a U( b / P 1 *"*W* 1 1 '"•' J a? the DI-I.M'. \ I lhal l -"' H had board lab) a Mi w w Raeot K.C Solicit.,, the Oreek regime *hall continue s< General Crown. bottla tirprlsM 10 llttlo ml Iff I hougbl another and Iwfor* ll WM llnlHhdd all mv pains had gone %  tii'l Trom that dv hva not mlnn wars ..isf raally HurprlMMd m -T.R. Rheeasatta pains and backache lira tonally toe result of pulitona to the blood p'ditouH which \*ty bowala and tired kldnays am railing to aipal For Mi.-m -omplalntu thm Is no finar t rralnifnt than Krnnrhen Malta. which cloanaea at) th. 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