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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. 1951 Rlof : FIVE CENTS

Ameriea Fails To Break

The Oil-Grab Deadlock

U.S. Abandons Efforts. Ce NEWSoIN
To End 5-Month Crisis | Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund BRIEF





















WELL over another thou Mr. & Mrs. W. 8 S$ 10.00 ;
sand dollars yesterday kept Mrs. BM. Parris 5.00 rugs: Lue new
TEHERAN, Tran, August 30. the Advocate Jamaica Relief “! a ° ‘ i ine Lot
‘THE Fund in the steady step of __ F tay stop
mounting economic crisis on its home front, “$1,000 a day” which started “— Police nave sei fire to va
after talks by the United States Ambassador _& Tuesday. The fund is now 200,00 JJ of hashish; new governmen
six days old, and is well on ced Bo RTE EN NI
Henry Grady with ton Government officials here, the way towards the $5,000 50.00 anggvelliie tae uiilicenced in
has failed to break the British-Iranian deadlock att Sale dace ote i me pojt.of drugs, A drasac ei
over the operation of Iran’s vast oil industry. PAST THIS TOTAL TODAY? OM FMR hy the tadele of Dhoceut
This help is urgently needed site te . 5 rece oy ee He ORELE OF Seirus
Grady said that he had pointed out that the next and your help is twice as val sa — Seen 30.00 ee FOES ORE Been
move towards the settlement and renewal of the uable if it is given quickly. A. P. Skeat 10.00 er oo ;
i Do not delay. Send or bring Barbados Bo Club 25.00 “ rtist Han in Meegeren, : a : : —_ ' .
oil flow from the dormant fields was up to Tran. in your donation to-day to one | ys cuy's Bank (D.C &0 who. between 1936 and his death EVERY year hundred of ineur able invalids journey, tree il paris ‘ ws noi ts eee mt, aoe.
of the three city banks, or to Serer! oe in 1947, sold “authentic master- to try, often as a last hope, t miracle eure of the stream below where Mary, the mother '
But he said that neither the Shah nor Mossadegh the office of the Advocate Co., Colonial Adveaiiig ee OO B.eccs of old Dutch painters” from Sppeared to St. Bernadette i i 1 : . her
had any concrete proposals. Ltd. Mr, & Mrs. F, Bynoe 10.00 his own brush for a total of 3,761,- Here a young girl pilgrim on het str teher, uC companied by her five sisters and brothers, waits for her
cua Do not forget when you are G. EB. P. : _o 00 000 dollars. He was exposed by train at Austerlitz stations, on her way to Lourdes.-BXPRESS. E
Grady said that he told sei Tene a day ie Mr as Larch: rate tee ivcicent on charges of being
i your donation to the elie vi





mediate the fivemonin-ol1 Congress To “Oe Begon ee LO a eae brine. “Salers 'veras tose | 1 O Use Taft—

crisis. Informed sources said

120. 00
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Ir official he > iT 7 Wiikin-on & Haynes j a Nazi quisling, which he was not '
Vale States was ot m aking Fruman A\Y ants ae eet si r ct oe eee 230 wo =e “gov T ruman Ready Ridgway A waits















( D 1 00 Mr dD ecarc sse controlled pr { ou

that there was little chanc: Res lore Cuts Mr. @& Mrs. B. W, bre 6 giant . ¢ pe butchers, who refuse to p: ta | lartl Ay A | Commun ist Re ly
that W. Averell Harriman | feo i 00 ur ade. Ge Art. Let market” rates. From today, th ¥ ¢ , C

would return to Teheran for| WASHINGTON, August 30. ‘ae aati On hance ae Ca aa a ae Viennese will have two measles Ri tes TOKYO, August 30
further mediation efforts.|. Truman branded the heavy Mr & Mrs. G. F. Mr. & dirs. Dakine Te an seer oe ai oe fh Presi cent ti ‘ Mae: i “ Uni Nations Command s that Korean peagé talks may
Both the Shah and Mossadéch | penaneceut Foreign Aid Pro- |} ee } 20 Total $4,675.62 days will be f BP nar re ‘ } pared to lurtl be resumed soon, but there 1° little prospect offan armistice
were understood to be acutely ls ea casticnie sehen raiaitt one me Caught : A 35-year-old Austra-]'0 Set the strikit Opt eement Inaspecial b cast, the United Nations Com-
aware of the growing serious-|h u rt European re armament | lian has been charged with persist- eae otter. detas : ce mand e resumption ¢f the talks no longer seems to
ness of the situation. The loss; ¢#ainst Ccmmunist aggression. wy « Re a ed £40 I - king jobs and} Mere remained hows ld the promise of a possiole agreement that it did one
of oil revenue paid by Britai 1} ¢ Truman also told his Press | hb i t Pe nee Eten are son Be tel wea 4 ; ’ tt The nitial ent.iusiasm that wer soon might
to Iran for the operation of the| ,. me ht oy te ee eee Cea vy ig’ d ings informing them that the new em: | 1°! secee erent y nd | died down as it has become obvious that the Com-
oil fields have placed the|to restore the cut in the Foreign | ployee had numerous convictions.} jyelter Worlcers Union P munists do not eare how lon the war gxes on”, The broad

The

nation in precarious position, | Aid Bill’new pending before the ; 4 employers thereupor rea | Unions and the Kennecott Coppe st came as United Nations were awaitiny an official Com-
: . : a ; ' \ Ok’s 7 nev HW 2 ; : ’ . ’
up | fe *», but added that it seemed e han 2 th * ve ae i ‘ r ‘ mu oly to General Ric trway’s latest offer on Wednes
lrather h esa s, repeated his tactic ) fou: | Llemen 4 +] } ih
af 4 ! i at

Discussing the Korean situa- times t with Kennecot day to resume suspended irmistice t







; . S with reporters, Truman said BIGHTH £ TY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, August 30 ; Invasion: Yeltc ' I ‘ ! he reply may not come unt
Rice Arb thas the tions troo ni s E aa ted “long « gdrettes ¢ \ a conpal . ome time Friday or Saturday. It
: itration Pte nee , Le n thousand fresh Communist troops dug into the hills of) ¢¢. 7 y., pe in ae ak intakes chy ether prod 95 pe 800 Infantry men a re r ta aoa Agth 52 Mour

































be wound up jas the heavily entrenched Reds
it



ed theic superior positions to

t ae ‘ A. : : a ! i | 1 al
Replying to _ this oint. Mr.tr down fire on the Soutl 7 ° cat ' I et ' Hi Inehuct ays for NEWS
mer que ted the heveemant be-|K weer Bi W eckes Hits 1002 ra sy lo de Janeiro, 5 ae

Dial 3113
Day or Night





toreans.
een the four Governments-—the ' , to and Por lhe Hansa Borg

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iv e ins position than 7 ad -
Starts On Tuesday cfore the began, ste mn Kore: a behind their attacking comrage: The Reds | the mill ons on a city in Nes MK on opper a th | Sail F oe ) reply to the Supreme Unites
ea —U.P. d three small savage assaults at United Nations troops | Mc n two columns they ¢r “iy ne aeiitt Saul or Nore: Vitions Commander’s last previou
GEORGE Our Own Correspondent north of the Yanggu. All were beaten back. To the north, | Munching their way through weed J i.) | orked “tov Pree
IRGETOWN. ey uae oe | Allied planes tore up rails and road beds in their determinea ; °" ’ outskirts as met t it the mine, mill and ter ctr SN 9a 30 indication of the nature of
Dr. Wm. Clyde, C.M.G.,. Ph.D., ff 1 p@ison in front of them i had. rejected i ant Eight d Britig ifantry the Communist reply was seen,
Rice Adviser to the Secretary of | et ane an : effort to cut Communist suDEA y lines ' Control: Uranium deposits, r¢ sarle-to-work aed : e ile for K i to jo the »wever, in a Chinese propaganda
State for Foreign Affairs and the hit eae uae ae ' \ garded as “uneconomic”, hav Truman } we { kod I Com) } foret ist I Rad Peking
Chairman of thi Clansultekive b j Piiots repovted that they had; i f I it neo oy i ruman as alread pi a Abi a ond y : tadio rm « wu a
; ittee . . lest rE r dam 1 62 rs an 2 founc 1 southern Switzer ci-tindi bo y is and th ithough somewhat milder th
oer ae a Rice. South East | Carry A- Bomb | | Carib Commission oe iG ee oe - es 7 yt Pr eae Jan: near the Italian frontier learned. in case he Vv ‘ i} R r men belor t evious Red broadcasts, it never-
Asia at Singapore, is arriving oi | e A <2 . ee The Swiss Government } Taft-H les Act Aft th First Battaliof f the Rov { ‘ ‘ : te i
Georgetown on Sund to pre- | M night attacks. A fresh Communist | 2he Sw Government have de- | Taft-Hartley « fter 1 ! ve: eee OA Ute less charged that Ridgway had
side cover the B.G.-West ares LONDON, Aug. 30 | | ust ontinue division of about 8,000 men were cide: to take over complete _con ‘ rd re pol ed, he cou! i re \ ro . guna eS wy ré ph ‘iven the “lie” to the facts, and
Rice Arbitration Board scheduled Britain disclosed a few discreet a ; ebserved digging in northeast of rol f all radioactive or atémi si ; tlo ei G natal © see of ea : y a t se ath landered” the c ommunists in his
to begin deliberations on Tuesday. ; (tails of the new Vickers Valiant! rom Our Own. Correspondent) the Yanggu which is 27. miles from Produetion. mining, manufactur ‘ ee for ae Tat wrtte tort nas + neces sis vad had el eth ‘Jenial that a United Nations plane
hens A jet bomber. The Valiant, believed | PORT-OF-SPAIN, A ‘ the eastern tip of the front. A divi- | ¢Md “distribution ' Mea alan GReAR to GHEE i : x oe Wl iad bombed the conference city or
Barbados cabled B.G. to-day|capable of carrying an atomic ’ ugust 28 sion, presumably North Korean Quins: If the doctors are right | | rs a ‘ n Incorporated into the First! Kaeson# on the night of August 2
advising that their two represen-| bomb, is the RAF’s first four-| The Caribbean Commission set | ; he hills just rth of the|@ woman in Chicago will shortly | PUT If Truman decided to use ritish Commonwealth Divisior
tatives will be arriving on Sunday] engine jet bomber and perfec rm-| UP. by the Four-Power Goyern- | | il - eth "eae at bitter , iashel give birth to five or six children,| ‘%¢, Act, Government officials under the United Nat Supreme] It was on the pretext of this
5 ar sre he 2 10 te “=| ments wi general Secretari: cene of the rece *r clashes, Fi 1 id a] t ii ove hefore th omm iener tidg | : br :.
also pat a4 ar ta Be ae cna Re jp Bue trials have been described as} jn Trinidad, mest’ = Fee woes | Another group of Reds, eatims ate 1 nies rs have disagreed about thé a phy Hy area oP ene en neces as hat the Rede broke of ths cease
word from Trinidad. | “quite fantastic” 1s. lz nust continue until} : a hd ae ae act number of children exvected Cens ¢ —— U.P. U.P. | fire talks the next day, Ridgway
The Honourable John Fernan-| “% n 19 without fail, Mr. Lawrence !at about OO men wi tae’ ot ,
des was named to represent B.G. | Key facts such as the bomb] ¢ mer, retiring Secretary Gen-};} moving south in the ai ofa Tr rtneat ¥. eS Re Te ere 7 = ve _ ete appeal
while the Rice Marketing Board} lead, speed, range and armament) eral of the Commission told a{west of the Yanggu. 50 al -L.E.S G or ‘ Cy . V | st rage i: hat Hi 5 eee
delegates will be Messrs. Deoroop| Were still kept secret however | Press Conference at Kent House | Re s were seen digging it eorep Killing S ree! rermanwt Gars | lay howed only that the raid had been
j, David Goorbarry, a. By VE) PORTER. BOIS ABS TS) ao ' sector VISIT va i ; + | foked. Tn his note on Wednesday,
I. D’Aguiar, C.B.E _P.| plane had been ordered in quan-| r ramer, who leaves with ! South Korean troops fought their| LYDDA AIRPORT, Israc} ¢ va ry’ ss ene | Ridfway rejected the Communist
; i a * ) J y F 1 oe t sf uht th z 0 , f > | q
Bayley, Manager of the R M -B. | tity by the RAF and would proba-| )!s are Washington on retire- | ., up a bloody ridge on the Aug. 30, | KANSAS CIT \ } | ' Or Ane PICé jemand that the United Nations
and H. H. Croucher, Director of | bly give Britain a decided edge, rh a ne oY wares. SEENACe O61 1 Steen front. in the face of mur The Brazilian Vice-President | Richard Donaldsor 0) j FRANKFURT, Aug. 30, | aison officers be sent back to
Agriculture over other jet aircraft today uP.|* ecretary Ge neral of the Commis- | : : a | cited and| Joao Cafe Filso, arrived here for|/@st night sho nd killed Alfrede G tomobile manufac Kaesong in order to look at it.
| sion was at the time replying to |derous Communi: nortar | ’ Ort 1 ol t ( \ B U.P
iets to —_ , reference by newspapermen o a| Machine gun fire. The forces ad- y Be ct ete f 3 i ' aide Se aia = SL
a ‘ ws - ‘ , the| ™m ae nf vith he « 1} fessor of Sy teratu 1 F kf } fe
{rumour that the affairs of the | waricéd foot by foot part of th | at ie to & 1 _ s “ta uh i Y rel| ine Uciverct Fenech a ghee |
Caribbean Commission would soon | Way up the ridge north of Yanggu ao ! -naln mm durir le ? : : On Hef
the day. U.P. | fessed to the kil export possibilities for hist] The “ADVOCATE”
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nited Kingdom United States | The South Koreans had 1 pow- | But Suspended : Do ! Mikes caters plat ‘ if of Gern





















attend t I i ri I

which stated that the Commission ! which allowed the United Nations | (Br jur On dent pat | | i j Ul '

shall continue for a period of five | gir power to mount the maximum| ,, LONDON , Aug. 30, | to the slayir F OTS |S eens ‘s
years riires but that any par- | nu mbe er of close support sorties oe rton Weekes, brilliant Bar ia . at a fashionable Onk 9 PLL APAAP PPA PEELE OO OPLPO PO PLLLPE
Weular Government may, give lta cover the ground soldiers. Jets) cia,2nd, West Indian Test erick. | apartment and Eliza Ray. in un-|§

from Commissior and s er yand F-51 Mus angs ee Gown day for a Commonwealth s > } . , &

a tin A the Co ae a pied jon the Communist positions spit-| their Festival of Bri ie ale %

after the date of the formal in- | ting forth bombs and rockets,|against an England Eleven at! %

timation, but that it can still con- | while the Air Force announced | Kingston 3ut even as the runs | $

tinue py the remaining Govern-/ that one of Britain’s new twin jet| were flowing from his bat the 82

ments, if they so desire Meteors was lost on Wednesday in|news was coming through from | X%

ri a battle with about 40 Communist | Lancashire that he had beet us- | The Canal Zone ’

, Quoting the words of Sir Hubert | IG 15’s near the Yalu River and pend d by his club, Bacup lta Morel al 7 ates ‘

Rance, Governor of the ae iD (that one United States F-80 Jet| No reason was given for the; ee ate a " ee adie ; z

Deveiiomiet ees ed Shooting Star was lost to Commu- | Serre eo aes we ke pernnels | to Governor Dewes at imy

Fiscal Chairman of the Commis- | ist ground fire | With Worrell. De a Be aa ceremony at the Hotel Astor. TI

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sion, Mr. Cramer stated that h Two battalions of North Korean | two other West Indian stars play- | LT entation wa mad b |

entirely ion of t with a fan Com “Ishock troops fiercely attacked | 19g for the Commonwealth Team N, OF : larita and Prescilla |
[estes werias tne iatereting | Jnted Nations ‘postion on the] weskes nas planned ta travl bank | Nl, Toman ery | TABLE WINE

DONALD MACLEAN GUY BURGESS [experiment in international co- tcday The issue mas stili'in doubt! 800m as the Festival match finishes | R#hte and R. N, Barrett as well | nih “ §

| rete and one that has proved | Wg fF : on Shia Cy "| tomorrow ‘ Consul General ¢ Panam kK owev Me

fruitful in many ways though |*t the last report. Up to 2,000 Com A match for Bacup next Satur- | Guillermo Dela ]

As . : Py i some of the hopes that were en- |munists made a frontal attack 01

Missing Diplomats Found sors aor ye" pean a,
lied,

2 “4 4 Mr. C. F, Beauregard, Deputy
t 30, ,abouts of McClean and Burgess| Secretary General of the Carib-
ing tomats took anothe Dea ae what a par (egy it yey bean Commission Se tar |) fire and a lashing attack by Allied
ing diploma S$ tlooK another strange, naa Vanisnea, X er newspapers appointed to act as Secre ary planes The Reds attacked in an

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tn hen, Government ras poked uo the ipo Geran pot Me gage vemos To sutprae wea’ WO DO Drown
messag sen atAS the gi ‘ wno leaves . i to infiltrate their haliian , . A |
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a ‘ day would normally be his last lele tien on beha
United Nations lites on th before leaving with other mem dent and people invited Dewe

‘bloody ridge” where fighting has|pHers of the West Indies side for to t Par
raged since about August 13. , Australia on September 13 ence U.P.
They were met by mass artiller

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SHERRY

LONDON, Augt
The mystery of Britair







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of the Lab« Party, said that The Foreign Otuce was unde! day for hfs home in Waniineton Y E
military intelligence agents hai/a storm of queries for confirma-} ~ luring the day. Red _ infiltratior



tactics were a serious danger earl)















BEHKOK ata $5%6S656655S5 Pere.
PPPS GSOSSS SOOOCOOOL OO 5555S SSSSSSOSSSOSS: POPPE SS SSSSEVCS SAPP SEY











located Donald McClean and Guy ait or enh fae BcEny ae Bile eal xe with littl
Burgess. : William tidsbale, head « f the tn a but they met with little -
A soiution had appeared Foreign Office Press Department Inspection Ends ccess this time 1e rane AC j : x
| : ics ~ th atement & ort ar P F TT F i f Tz
| sight in the case of the two officials | }*5U‘ d 5 Paaeeans nt, eports / BOI TLE hy TUE kh. ub - J - AZ %
j ot the Foreign Office who had)|@ppearing in certain sections of ROME, Aug. 30 SIXTEEN-YE 7» °
} disappeared on the Waterfront at the Press that McClean and | British Field Marshal Viscount re vEN-Y EAR-OLD Keith Blackett and t-veg . a) rar %
St, Malo, France, on May 26, and| Burgess have been located wers|Montgomery, Deputy Chief of the A ’ Fdwin Howell of Four Hill, St. Peter, were drowned at tI PAARL. CAPE TOWN x
who eluded the massive search all oulmelly ste i to, be HM ne it} Atlantic Pact Defence one 3] £ rsenic oil! the Crane Beach about 1 pm. yesterday. The bodies wer g
over the European continent. foundation, The Foreign Office | has| ended his inspection of recovered from the sea by Cs ril Godd ; t] re x
checked that the sources frontier troops today w - 2 ‘ i ies : =e , rOddard shortly aiter th *
The Daily Herald reported flatly! had made no such sté Rerhes ' | confident report that with the} PARIS, August 30 disaster, Goddard lives about the Crane district KW. PAARL TAWNY %
today, that British Military Inte those attributed to them.’ | forces will never cross the Italic ; An eee high quantity of The two boy were in a s . f 4 d ‘ %
| gence agents knew t where- —U-P.! frontier again rsenic was found in the soil of party of the. ‘%.adian Ground $
; er a cemetery at Loudon near ae : ar OUAG 5, | ae 1% ‘ \ ( t 'N sHE / %
| Poiters in Central France wher« es ee ee l De I otal I oliey | mn pean Seer *
e ~% several persons believed to. be} 5!0N which went on an excur- ’ . . . oEx KD , $s
Soak h Rich i or Armaments victims of crimina] poisoning, lie} Sion to the Crane. For Asia Is K.W.V. OLD OLOROSO SHERRY >
lhe buried according to Paris’ toxi-| A. post mortem was per ain :
Is BRIT : 7 O ‘ ) ; per enri Perperot.| formed by Dr. C. L. Hutson VOCE ssary | K.W.V. SWEET VERMOUTH %
i A ISE P LIC Y | Professor of the Paris school of j and the enquiry into the cir Th 3
| i} hysics and chemistry, and cumstances surroundin the omas Bi Dewey K.W.V DRY VERMOUTH g
(By R. H. SHACKFORD) © : Party's platform b¢ J investments ate nee Se oe eee deat} fixed for Monda Wii Conic a ‘ $
LONDON, August 30 the party policy Ir ‘He increase in the ot |S pues -erperot said that he hac ; NEW YORK, August 29 % \ %
i the . British Socialist Labour {Prime Minister, Clement. Attlee {the National Income ge sd ena va d x samples of “soil from p———— ———, Gover Thomas E. Dewe : And the very Popular x
' Party promises that the new in-|decides to call a General Election }2arners is due almost tol! p Sudan camnayery Aue. se ’ dices ‘ r eee | TAT TERY : w -
come taxes on the rich will pay |this comir ve eduction inethe share . | S5 a revealed the presence TO-DAY S WEATHER ' Far I t . Al } * PABLI Ww INE —(Sauterne t y pe) x
> will pa ing year ion in etl sha , “- * alte at nd {4 + +h t Cine :
for the biggest share of the costs those who live on une ed n-! ete Y har : we aor ae ¢ * CHART te4 ' - % %
. sarin t \ a oun 1 + t mit ” hon Pint envidast be : 5° ae e€ saic la +18 z ; . pee t . IC J §
Tani procs tl I , baie a 3 : rei + Pee aa ie . ‘| performed the analyses at the Sunrise ».50 a.m ! t ce i critic x K.W.V. WEMMERSHOEK—No, 2 %
his promise to the wage e2rne: me of policy uW eferring to income redistribution! pogyjec ° ec sunset 3.05 1 ne { ‘ *
as a os aes cau Hon, ae : pi ; Seno si 1 7 ae 4 request of the defence lawyers a i a of, nm Sipianin eX % %
ana reat I i & : rs ; si = my anne |} cof Madame Marie Besnard ; oon: New Moon, September De I t Id * *
in ned income ade i a relude t The demar made <¢ the} y wa n Poiters’ jail awaiti 1 I f ast t ' *% *
nation where inc already | Li ty ¢ s - |nations’ resources out of r ty! trial on bharar of rs Ste , Lighting Up: 7.00 p.m. re . % $
oo te enaee ine en halve her relatives With are ee arene tant impr fee € ae eS K.WLViIT’S GOOD! &
wr ie ‘ } B iva idediiaes shee tend inva p.m a Sint a : 4 '» se oi -_ ; ln <
e7r ‘s . 1 n the ‘ A ial , thet = Pe arm Leh Low Tide: 9.3 m. and f ; : _ ae ae K - %
Ss I ‘ ! , U.P. the soilL—U.P ‘ ow Die Sealy UP ttle ol OCCCOOCCCCLEOEOZA LAOS





PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. MICHAEI NAPTER,

of Mrs Elm: Napier of
Dominica, and h
Josette Lino left by

son

flancee

B.G. Airway

yesterday. They had been spending }
and 4
from }

a few days here with Mr
Mrs. Ian Gale on their way
France to Dominica.

Michael, who is an old
boy, took a degree at Cambridge
and then worked at his uncle's
engineering firm in Manchester
betore going to the Sorbonne for
a year,

He met his fiancee in Paris,
and they plan to get married in
Dominica. They will be returning
to Manchester in November, and
ofter a year there Michael hopes
to be sent out to Turkey by the
firm.

Britons Pay Most
RITISH smokers pay more for
their cigarettes than any other

smokers in the world.

From last Friday they have been
paying 3s. 7d. for 20, double the
Is. 9$d. which a New Yorker pays
for a good brand

In Paris 20 good French cigar-
ettes sell for 2s, 8d. English and
American brands cost 3s. 6d. for
20.

In Geneva 20 English cigarettes,



made in Switzerland under
licence, cost up to 2s. 3d. Prices
in Sweden are higher. Local

brands cost 2s. 6d. for 20; Ameri-
cans are 3s. 10d.; cigarettes made
in England are 5s. for 20.

Both Canada and Australia
make English brands of cigarettes
under licence In Montreal 20
‘ell for 2s. 4d. In Sydney they
would cost 2s, 3d.

Leaving To-day

R. AND MRS. ARTHUR
WILSON who arrived from
Puerto Rico via Trinidad on

Tuesday by B.W.1.A., are due to
leave for Puerto Rico this morning
by B.W.LA.

Mr. Wilson is President of
Puerto Rico Tours Inc., and
Virgin Islands Tours Inc., During
their short stay here they were
guests at the Paradise Beach
Club,

Was Here Earlier

This Year
R. CHARLES ALLMON, the

American photographer who
was in Barbados earlier this year
as a guest of the Barbados Pub-
licity Committee, gathering
material and taking pictures for
an illustrated article about Barba-
dos which will appear in the
National Geographic Magazine has
been in Barbadaqs for the past ten
days on holiday.

Today he leaves for Puerto Rico
by B.W.LA,.



Miss |

Lodge \

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DONALD MALONEY

Barbadian Honoured
,ONALE MALONEY, 51, a Bar-
badiaf resident in New York
for many years has been elected
Employee of the month for
August by the Porcelain Metals
Inc. of Long Island City. Maloney
iy chief color fesearcher for his
firm and his job is the matching,
inventing and developing new
enamel: finishes for signs archi-
tectural uses and the ship building
industry. He has now developed
a unique product after a three-
year research, and to honour him
the result of his labours has been
named after him. It is called the
Malonized finish — a dull finish
which completely eliminates the
porcelain shine so prevalent up to
now. Maloney has been with the
firm 18 years which he joined
soon after arriving in U.S.A. from
Barbados,

Former Deckhand
FFA FOX, who sailed with the
DUKE OF EDINBURGH in
his Flying Fifteen. yacht Coweslip
at Cowes Regatta the other day
was once a deckhand.

He is small and mercurial, with
a shock of grey hair. Three years
ago he left the sea for the saddle
and was badly injured breaking-
fn a horse. “I’m getting too old
for yacht racing,” he ,ays.

Uffa Fox designed the tornadoes
which are at present very popular
in Barbados. Three local torna-
does will take part in an inter-
colonial tornado series with Trini-
dad in October.

‘

To Set Up Circulation

\ R. FRANK VINER, Special
4 Cerrespondent of the London
Dsily Telegraph and Circulation
M of the same newspaper
flew in from St. Lucia yesterday
evening by B.W.LA. He leaves to-
morrow for Trinidad on his way
to Bermuda, Jamaica, Nassau and
New York. Mr. Viner aiso re-
presents the Toronto Star and the
Ensign of Montreal.

Reason for his visit is to set up
a circulation for the Daily Tele-
graph in Barbados. He may also
write a story about Barbados.

During his short stay here Mr.
Viner is a guest at the Marine
Hotel,

With Singer Sewing
Machine

R. AND MRS. ERROL 0O.
NEWBOLD accompanied by
Mr, and Mrs. Gerald De Freitas
came in on B.W.L.A.’s,, flight from
Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Mr.
and Mrs, Newbold are here for a
month staying at their house ir
Maxwells, while Mr, and Mrs,
De Freitas expect to be in Barba-
ces for about two months and for
the time being are guests at the
Marine Hotel.
Both Mr. Newbold and Mr,
De Freitas’ are with the Singer
Sewing Machine Co,

anager

Arriving by the same plane were
Mr, and Mrs. William D, Casey
who live in Aruba, They are here
for one week, staying at the
Hastings Hotel, Other passengers
on the flight from Trinidad were
Miss Ena K. Edwards, Capt. Cyril
Weatherh@éad and Mrs. J. C. Mc
Reynolds who plans to spend a
month in barbados,

Talking Point

ALICE is the ordinary vice
of those who live in the mode

ef religion without the spirit of
it.—Steele
Ten Days

R. W. E. ‘Mike’ FOSTER,

Senior Partner of Messrs.
Foster and Co., of Georgetown
arrived from British Guiana on
Wednesday evening by B.W.LA.

Mr. Foster is on a ten day visit,
and is a guest at the Windsor
Hotel,

Incidental Intelligence

XCERPT from Leatherhead
Parish Magazine, under the
heading Baptisms—
Alteration in June Magazine:
Alan David Dence should read
Patricia Jean Dence.—L.E.S.



THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA



A HEADLINE which said
“Kisses For Conductor” sug-
gested to me that a_ grateful
woman had kissed a conductor
who had had the decency to throw
somebody off his bus, in order to
provide a seat for her dog.

Nigerian Idyll
S HE Nigerians,” says my
paper, “wore straw boaters
over their turbans.” By the time
you have taken your turban off
to a lady, she is miles away.

Vor Dis Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY e « « By Beachcomber

embarked at London Airport:

Copyright - P 106

How do you do, Mrs. Gregson?
How do you do, Mrs, Sprott?
How do you do, Mrs, Randall?
How do you do, Mrs. Upchurch?
Wa-wa-wa-wa,
And how do you do, Mrs, Pel—

But no. The headline referred Hence the song they sang as they ham-Forbes?
to the kissing of the Conductor Of (2&°PCOOPG9GIGV999 FIV F999F9 9 POP9OSOD o .
a choral society composed of 8 &
“cockle-gatherers miners and g x
tinplate workers.” If kissing is @
to take the place of autograph- x

hunting the mcunted police will
have to get to work again, as in
the great days when the mere
rumour that Mrs. Dietrich had
emerged from her hotel by the
staff entrance in a milk float was
enough to block every street
between Mayfair and Whitehall.

The Hidden Rhinoceros (1)

CASUAL stroller along the
boulevards of the Belsokorut
on the afternoon—
Prodnose: Why on?
Myself: It was the Magyar in
me,
— a stroller in the main shop-
ping quarter of Budapest on the
afternoon of June 12 would have
noticed nothing unusual, Few
even of the natives would have
recognised, in the tow-haired
porter at the entrance to the
Ministry of Torture the swarthy
Arab Spittin-el-Khuspidor, Fewer
still would have realised that the
fishmonger in the blue apron,
who watched the porter from the
third-floor window of a milliner’s
shop, was none other than Drift-
wood-Dawkins of M.1.94. And
not a soul would have had an
inkling that the girl in dark
glasses, who watched the fish-
monger from behind a chimney-
stack, was the beautiful Magda
von Sickening, herself the object
of close observation by a young
Naval Captain in the door of a
cafe. Of all the watchers he alone
could boast of non-political
motives. He himself was being
watched by Borbi, the one-eared
scavenger, whose least movement
was noted by Hackinkov, leader
of the People’s Urban Agricul-
tural Democratic Anarchist Party
(PUADAP to us).

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Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m English
Magazine, 8.45 p.m. Interlude, 8.55 p.m.
from the Editorials, 9.00 p.m. The}
Stredivari Orchestra, 9.45 p.m. World |
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interlude, 10.15 p m. Asian Survey, 10,36 |
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Mediterranean Joint Fleet Exercises |

| College Beat



Police 14—3 |

Harrison College after a shaky
start swamped *Police fourteen
goals to three in their water polo
match at the Aquatie Club yes-
terday afternoon, For Harrison
College Billy Manning and Allan
Taylor scored five goals each,
Charlie Evelyn and Theodore
Clarke one each and the Police
custodian sent one in on himself
in an effort to stop Manning from
shooting.
Alleyne and M. Richards scored
one each.

With seventeen goals scored
during the first match, this slow-
ed play down considerably and
by the time Barracudas and
Whipporays took the water for
the second game the light was
already failing. The match ended
in semi-darkness with Barracu-
das snatching a narrow 4—3 vic-
tory over their rivals. For Bar-
racudas Kenneth Taylor scored
two goals, Basil Brooks and Pat
Fletcher one each. Lisle Spence
scored all three goals for Whip-
porays.

Harrison College did not put
their strongest seven in against

Police and the beginning of the |
match found them a very mud- |

died team. So much so that it
was Police who drew first blood
After this however Harrison
College began combining better
and three quick goals went in
against Police. R. Alleyne then
scored for Police, but by half
time the score was six two in



Portillo Replaces
Jordan

NESTA PORTILLO, Sword-
fish’s centre-forward has re-
placed his team mate Gerard
Jordan in the Barbados water
polo team which will visit
Trinidad next month. This
was decided at a special meet-
ing of the Water Polo Selec-
tion Committee held at the
Aquatic Club on Wednesday. .

..“Boo” Patterson, Captain of
the Barbados team told the
Advocate yesterday that Jor-
dan, who is at present out of
the island, would not be re-
turning until the day the team
leaves, possibly a few days
earlier. Added to this his em-
ployers were uncertain as to
whether they could give him
the time off. He had already
had leave this year and they
were not sure that they could
spare him. Due to these two
uncertainties the Selectcrs de-
cided to replace him by
Portillo.

College’s favour. The sixth goal
for Harrison College which was
scored just before half time was
sent in when the Police custodian
in an effort to take the ball away
from Manning, deflected it into
his own nets. apy.

After the interval, Harrison
College went on to score eight
more goals and just before the
end of the game M. Richards
swam through and scored the
third goal for Police.

The referee was Mr. J. Knight,

The second match began with |

Whipporays defending the shore
goal. Barracudas got all four of
their goals in the first half and
just before half time Lisle Spence
opened the scoring for Whippo-
rays.

‘At the interval the referee hac
a consultation with the two cap-
tains with regard to the failing
light and they agreed to continue
the game. The second half was
considerably rougher than the
first and with Whipporays getting
two more goals it looked as if
they might equalise before the
end of the game. Barracudas
however held them at bay and
indeed shortly before the final
whistle were pressing their
opponents but they did not score.

The Referee was Mr. B- Patter-
son,

The teams were:—

ADVOCATE

For Police L. Best, R

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Harrison College: J. Chabrol,
N. Burrowes, T, Clarke, A. Tay-
lor, C. Evelyn, B. Manning}
(Capt:) and S. Grannum.

Police: M. Franklyn, E. Harris,
M. Richards (Capt), R. Alleyne,

L. Dedson, L. Best and L. Shan-|
non,

Barracudas: J. Simpson, B
Brooks (Capt), D. Gittens, M

Lambert, P. Fletcher, K. Taylor
and B. Armstrong.

Whipporays: C. O'Neal, D
O'Neal, R. Redman, A. Hunte
(Capt), D. Weatherhead, R. Gib-
son and L. Spence.

NAVY BEAT ISLAND 4-2

Bigbury Bay defeated an [sland
XI 4—2 in a football match at th
Garrison yesterday afternoon, The
game was slow throughout and at
half time the score was 3—-2 in
favour of Bigbury Bay.
| After half time the Bigbury Bay |
launched many attacks on the
Island goal and were on top the!
better part of the half,

W. Drayton scored the two goals |
for the Island. The referee was
Mr. O. Graham.

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U.K. Gathers Funds

For j’can

Funds are being

Homeless

LONDON, August 23.

gathered all over Britain, led by the Gov-

ernment’s donation of £250,000, for the relief of the distress
caused by the great Jamaican hurricane.

The biggest appeal was launched in a broadcast te the
people of Britain by Mr. James Griffiths, Secretary of State
for the Colonies. Another big effort is being made in King-

ston

Surrey, on behalf of its namesake town in Jamaica,

while the Red Cross, the Salvation Army and other volun-
tary organisations are also collecting money for Jamaica.

Appeals have been made
through newspapers, notabiy by
Sir Harold Allan, Jamaican Min-
ister of Finance, who is now on a
visit to Britain, and by Dr. Basil
Dale, the Bishop of Jamaica.
Latest reports reaching London
put the total damage at
£ 16,000,000, with 148 people
killed and 25,000 homeless









To Jamaicans in Britain, des-
perately anxious for news of
relatives or friends at home, the
first few days after the hurricane
were a nightmare. Detailed re-
ports of the damage were avail-
able only from Ki mn and the
surrounding districts and _ there
was no news from Montego Bay
or from the north side of the
island.

Anxiety Allayed

The Colonial Office, the West
Indian Committee and newspa-
per offices in London were de-
luged with inquiries. Many Ja-

maicans in London went to police







stations to inquire for informa-
tion. Somehow or other, Color
Office and West Indian Commit-
tee officials managed to allay
their anxiety.

It was on the evening of the
fifth day after the hurricane that
Mr: Griffiths broadcast his appeal
for funds and announced the
Government's ),000 dona-
tion. He asked for cheques, made

payable to the Jamaica Hurricane
Relief Fund, to be paid into any
branch in England of Barclays
Bank, Ltd., or Barclays (D.C. and
0.) Bank.
“You will





all have heard and
read,” said Mr. Griffiths, ‘of the
hurricane which has struck and
devastated the beautiful and his-
toric island of Jamaiea- More
than 100 deaths have so far been

reported and our deep sympathy









goes to those who have suffered
such sudden and tragic bereave-
ment. The whole people of the
Colony of Jamaica have suffered
a grievous and enduru los
Their homes have been wrecked
and their crops ruined, roads and
bridges have been destroyed,
communications broken, and wa-
ter supply, sewera electricity
and transport—all se services
—have been gravely dislocated
This calamity has befallen town
and country alike. The n shines
today on a stricken land.”

Sir Harold’s Appeal

Harold Allan's appeal,
which was published in several
London newspaper said; “
maica has once again received
tragic blow. A hurricane unpre-
cedented in its history has trans-
formed most of the island into a
scene of wreckage and ruin.

“It is obvious that the
ands who are homeless and desti-
tute must receive relief for a con-
siderable period. Immediate

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assistance by way of food, cloth-
ing and shelter is of the greatest
urgency and importance. The
Government of Jamaica, hard
pressed at normal times, must
now find considerable sums of
money far beyond the bounds of
its resources to succour the needy
and distressed, and to _ restore
buildings, bridges, roads and
essential services.) The damage
is estimated in the vicinity of
£ 20,000,000.

“As Minister of Finance and
Leader of the House of Repre-
sentatives of Jamaica, now on a

visit to Britain, I regard it as my
duty to bring this most unfortun-
ate situation to the a of
our friends and well- on
this side of the Atlantic

Bishop of Jamaica









From the Bishop of Jamaica
eame this Appeal, also published
in several London newspapers:
“Disaster has come to Jamaica
and her people. The full story
is not yet known, but it is re-
ported to be the worst hurricane
in the history of the island, and
that is saying a great deal.
own information is that thou

ands of people are homeless and,
because of the destruction of the



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banana
lost

and other crops, have
their livelihood. At the best
of times they are very poor. The
great Kingston churches have
lost their roofs and much damage
12S been done to their interiors,
In the country, churches, schools
and parsonages have been levell-
ed to the ground.”

Ordinary Folks





Ordinary British men = and
women have a written letters
to London newspapers stressing
the United Kingdom’s duty to
help Jamaica in her hour of need.
One correspondent suggests that
a “West Indies Week” should be
held in Britain, with .exhibitions
of West Indies products and en-



tertainment
de

s, the
voted tow:

proceeds being
rds helping the hur-



ricane victims.
From General Albert Osborn,
of the Salvation Army, came an-

other appeal for funds, telling of
the efforts the Army is making in
giving relief to the homeless in



Kingston and in the countryside
The Press

Leading articles in London

newspapers have added _ their

weight to pressing home the point
that relief measures are urgently
needed THe London Times, for
instance, comments “Standards
of life are so modest in the West
Indies that any sudden shock to
the means of livelihood, such as
the large destruction of crops or
buildings, can cause setbacks
quite beyond the resources of the





islanders themselves to repair.
Emergency measures may give
quick relief, but the after-effects
can be prolonged and distress-
ing.”

Lord Beaverbrook’s Daily Ex-
press, in another leading article,
called upon the British Govern-
ment not only to increase its
dor yn of £250,000, but also to
make dollar available so that

ief supplie may be obtained

from the nearest possible

e, the United States. The
iper added: “This is a job as
urgent as any wartime operation.”

The British Red Cross Society
in London received a_ cabled
ppeal from its Jamaican branch
and immediately cabled back a

£1,000 donation.
pre

The Society also
mised that the League of Red









Cros Societies, in Geneva, and

the Canadian Red Cross and the

American Red Cross would also

give all possible assistance,

Appenls for immediate help have

also been sent to Red _ Cross
iche in Trinidad, Antigua
the Bahamas.

{ i the London Daily
Express, in a report from King-
ston, that reports what it
describes as “two pieces of irony.”
One is that Cuba, the country
that is taking cigar trade from
Jamaica under the recent



Cuban trade agreement,









first country to send a
load of supplies to Jamai 1)
before anv aid h arrived from
Britain. The other is that tihe
Jamaican tobacco crop has
suffered Jess than any other, so
t there will still be plenty of
; aican cigars at a time when
Britain is asked to smoke Cuban.
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PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 28.
The Police have increased the
‘eward for information leading
to the arrest of Saywell Gordon,
the escaped Carrera convict, from
$500 to $1,000.
A report that Gordon was seen

lurking in the Laventille area
last night (Monday) had sent a
Police Squad to that area, but

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‘Big’ Kingston” New International
Sugar Agreement
Needed Now

Aided By ‘Small’
Kingston
By DAN HILLMAN

KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES
Surrey, August 22.

_ Kingston, Surrey, is lesing no
time in sending help to Kingston,
Jamaica. Money and _ clothing
parcels are being hurriedly sent to
thousands of Jamaicans, from the
people of the Thames-side town,
just outside London, after which
the Jamaican capital was named.

No sooner had the news of the
Hurricane disaster reached Eng-
land than the Mayor of Kingston-
upon-Thames, Councillor cae
Sinclair, launched an appeal for
funds. Money was coming in and
his cable to Jamaica, offering help
was on its way even before he
received a cable from Mayor Ken
Hill of Kingston, Jamaica, saying

“Kingston devastated by hurri-
cane; damage estimated at
£15,000,000; 10,000 rendered home-
less; appeal to you for assistance
and financial help and ask you te
appeal te other mayors in the
country to help the sufferers and
homeless.”

But Councillor Sinclair's fund
was already growing. More than
£300 had been received within the
first 24 hours. Circulars had been
hastily printed and sent out
business houses in the Surrey
town and among the firms to con-
tribute was the Hawker aircraft
factory, which made the famous
Hurricane fighter during the war.



to

Magnificent

At Kingston’s Guildhall, the
Mayor and the Borough Treasurer,
Mr. A. R,. Norris, watehed the
contributions rolling in. “This is
magnificent,” said the Mayor

At the town’s public baths, an
emergency depot had been set up

and arrangements were being
made for packing and sending
parcels to Jamaica, Other relief
funds for Jgmaica have been

launched in Britain, including the
one announced by Mr. James
Griffiths, the Colonia) Secretary.
but Kingston’s effort will run on
side by side with these appeals.

It will be some time before the
fund closes and all the future
plans to raise money have not yet
been fully prepared. But Kingston
is holding a Festival of Britain
Cricket Week scon and it is undec-

stood that some of the proceeds
from this event will be sent to
Jamaica, It will be a practical tri-

bute from British cricket-lover:
to the magnificent display by the
West Indies Test team last year
England’s Kingston is a small
town compared with the Jamaican
capital. It has a population of only
41,000, as against the 109,000
people of Kingston, Jamaica, But
“Little” Kingston has always had
close ties with the “Big” Kingston
in the Caribbean and the response



A new International Sugar

immediately, believes Mr, G.

of the South African Sugar
the chances of negotiating
heen endangered by the Ar



99

DURBAN, August 22.
Agreement must be drafted
W. Hammond, vice-chairman
Association. But he fears that
such an agreement may have
iglo-Cuban trade pact.

“Che whole subject of a new International Agreement has
recently been raised again and there is a strong feeling that

a preliminary draft should b
Sugar Council in the near
speaking at the annual gene
in Durban.

He referred to the strong statis-
tical position of sugar over the
past few years and to the high
prices ruling in the world market,
which, he said, had made any
consideration of a new Interna-
tional Agreement purely academic
But now he added, the world out-
look is such that a new Agree-
ment may be needed “quickly and
urgently

“The Commonwealth producing
countries are more convinced than
ever,” he declared, “that an In-
ternational Agreement is essential
together with the Commonwealth
Agreement, to establish an equit
able basis of production in all the
countries concerned,





Reasonable Terms

“All that I have under-
lines the importance South
Africa of a Commonwealth Sugar

said

Agreement on reasonable terms
It indicates equally the need for
a new International Sugar Agree-
ment designed to balance the re-
quirements of the world’s grow-

ing population and the output of

the producing ‘countries The
whole trend of development has
been towards stable marketing
conditions intended to safeguard
both consumer and producer.

“Because of this, Common-
wealth sugar producers were
taken completely by surprise by

the bilateral negotiations between

e prepared by the International
future,” said Mr. Hammond,
ral meeting of the Association,

exports of sugar from the Domin
ions and Colonies, over an eight-
year period. This can in no way
be acceptable to Commonwealth
producers unless similar under-
takings are given by all producers
who are parties to the Interna-
tional Sugar Agreement.”

—B.U.P.



Premature Born
Baby Weighs 1$lbs
lioctors Fight To Save it

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Aug. 30.
With the chances against them,
Berbice doctors are using special
trectment in their fight to keep
alive






a pound and a half prema-
ture baby born to 21-year-old Mrs.
Baldeo, an East Indian, at 3.00 a.m.
on Tuesday Reports reaching

medical headquarters today re-
ported that the child was still alive.
Horn premature in time, the six-
month-old baby weighed three and
i half pounds below the minimum
official standard weight The
father is 22 years old



Friendly Cricket

the United Kingdom and Cuba. a ; .
i Dolton ee tin the » A frie ndly division has been
view expressed by other produc- ee elppie. the Commonwealth
ers that these negotiations ¢u} eerens, _Barrows, Dominion
across the basis on which the i and Sussex Cricket Clubs
Commonwealth Agreement has his division has been formed
been negotiated. There is also a °%. that these six clubs could play
strong feeling that bilateral agree- friendly two-day cricket matches
ments can only jeopardise any on Sunday for the Common
chance of negotiating a new Inter- Wealth Challenge Cup.
national Agreement.” rhe first game starts on Sep-
tember 2 and continues until Sep
Mr. Hammond emphasised that yrembe r 9 when Commonwealth
the South African sugar industry | will play against Greens at
regards the maintenance of an ex- Greens, St. George



port outlet as being of paramount | —__

importance to the industry
it was possible to ship only 39,242
tons of sugar last year, against a
quota of 224,000 tons in the United







§ ¢ ) Kingdom and Commonwealth
‘0 Ey appeal will undoubtedly be preferential markets Even this
a! token quantity will not be avail-
ahle this year, he said
Not Acceptable
Colour Bar In U K. Not Accet
4 Mr. Hammond said that ther«
Tw LONDON, Aug. 29 ‘sare several points in the draft
Two Members of Parliament *jeads of the new Commonwealth
have asked the Government to Sugar Agreement which are not
investigate claims by a student joceptable to Commonwealth
body that colour bar operates in gyyay producers

some Government departments
Donald Wade, Liberal Member
for Huddersfield West and Bever

ley Baxter, Toronto-born Conser-

vative Member for Southgate
North took action after the
National Union 6f Students said

it had difficulty on placing some
non-white students in vacation
work.

The Union said that the colour
bar operates at some London rail-
way stations, the Royal Mint and
the Board of Trade

It cited correspondence from a
district railway manager stating
he was eager to employ students
as porters but that there was ob-
jection to non-white Jabour at
some stations including Camden
Town, Broad Street and St. Pan-
cras. The Board of Trade has
denied it operates any colour bar

—(CP)

the islands off the mainland.

One officer said this morning
(Tuesday) that “at the moment
we are only groping in the

dark.” The Police hope that any
theft of clothing or money from
houses and beaches wotld ‘be
reported immediately. Gordon
escaped on Sunday night after it
was reported that Prison Office:
de Freitas was found dead, his
body battered to a pulp,





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intimate

“Our view has always been,” he
declared, “that the Commonwealth
Agreement is designed to entrenc h
the policy of inter-Commonwealth
marketing under preferential con-
ditions and at the same time, to
provide complete security for the



expansion programmes undertak-
en with the cognisance ane
approval of the United Kingdom
Government, In our view the

proposed terms of the agreement
do not meet this point and consti-

tute a departure from the princi-
ple of Commonwealth preference.

Nor are we in favour of the
proposed system of submitting
cost data. We recognise that pro-
duction costs must obviously be
taken into account when prices
are negotiated, but there should

be no question of any Common
wealth producer being able ww
institute an enquiry into the pro-
duction costs of another member
of the Commonwealth, It would
be completely invidious if the pol-
icy of submitting variations in
production costs annually, on the
basis proposed, were entrenched
in the Agreement.

Contrary to the spirit in which
the @xpansion programme was
launched, there is a suggestion in
the proposed Agreement that some
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From Our Qwn CorrespondeM)

LUNUVUN, Aug. 00
Many Jamaicans, who came tu
Londen in banana boats for the
Festival of Britain, are worrying
about how they will get home
again. The hurricane’s aestructior
o the Jamaican banana crop has

completely disorganized their re-



turn passages, and the Coloniai
Office has been called in to get
alternative transport for thes
Jamaicans, many of whom arc

having to stay
than they

in England longe:
provided for

The Colonial Office is makin;
other shipping arrangements anc
expects announce details in
few days. So far, only small num
ters of Jamaicans have approache
the Oftice for help, but many mor
are expected to do so in the nex
week ol Similarly, inquiries
for prolonged accommodation iy
London are expected, and ther
a suggestion that some Jamai-
ns will soon be running shor‘
money, The few who can afforc
have booked air passages cost
ing £152 \

Most of the Jamaican
holidaymakers came to Englanc
by banana boats Each carrie
about 70 passengers on the fort-
nightly sailings. The Cavina whicl
left Jamaica three days before the
hurricane, docked here yesterday
She is fully booked for the next
trip out but the shipping compan:
has no idea when she will sail

so

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Mayor Suspends
Town Clerk

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 28.

Following swiftly on the theels
of his return to the Colony from
England on Saturday, Mr. H, W.
Farrell, Town Clerk with the
Port-of-Spain City Council was
put under suspension from duty
hy the Mayor, Councillor Ray-
mond Hamel-Smith

Since the departure of Mr. Far-
rell for England, where he studied
Municipal methods, Mr, G, Hen-

derson, acting Deputy Town
Clerk whose substantive office
was that of Manager of the
Woodbrook Estate has been
acting Town Clerk with the
duties of Deputy Town Clerk
being carried out departmentally
The Mayor will make a_ full
statement it was expected eon

on his move suspending the Town
Clerk

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August 31, 1951

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The passing by the Legislative Council
of a resolution authorising the Goyernor
to enter into an agreement with a person
to serve in the Department of Science and
Agriculture as Government Analyst serves
to underline an obvious difficulty in the
way of Barbados obtaining the services of
technical officers.

The shortage of technical staff at the
disposal of the Government was recently
discussed in the Legislative Council and
it was suggested that the remedy lay in the
importation of trained personnel for whom
leave passages The
present selection cuts across the prevalent
belief that it is impossible to fill the ranks
of technical j

personnel.

should be provided.

officers from among local

It will now be
have not been afforded those whose ability
would haye enabled them to qualify for
technical this instance after
investigations abroad it was impossible to

seen that opportunities

posts. In

salary then offered. The salary scale was
changed and still there was some difficulty
in finding a suitable officer. Now it has
been found that a member of the teaching
staff of Harrison College recently returned
to this island has the necessary qualifica-
tion to fill the post.

It is clear
done in the way of
facilities to Barbadians. In the neighbour-
ing colony of British Guiana no fewer than
57 scholarships, provided by Colonial
Development & Welfare and the British
Council, were awarded covering an ex-
tremely wide field. And these scholarships
were not confined to people employed in
the Government service.

now that something must be

affording training

it is true tiiat at the present time there
is not enough technically trained personnel
to fill all the offices which we have to offer
and that if the work is to be done it will
be necessary to appoint officers from over-
seas and to make the conditions of service
attractive either by leave passages or other
allowances. But there is the future to
consider,

There is strong objection in one section
and even among local officers already
employed by the Government to the policy
of granting leave passages to officers from
overseas. Some claim that the local officer
who is not entitled to leave passages should
be given study leave financed from the
Public Treasury. But the fact remains
that Barbados cannot do without officers
from abroad, and if they are to be attracted
to come here leave passages must be offered
although this colony cannot afford leave
passages for local civil servants as well.

But over and above all this there is the
fundamental need for affording opportuni-
ties to local personnel to become qualified
for posts in the technical branch of the
service. It might be that the time will
arrive when the sources from which Bar-
bados draws her technical officers will have
dwindled or closed and then, if there has
been no locally trained personnel, the last
state will be worse than the first.

The post of Government Analyst is
extremely important and it has been
decided to transfer a teacher from the staff
of Harrison College to fill this post even at
a time when qualified teachers are also
limited in number. It is fortunate that
there is a Barbadian who by his own effort
has been able to qualify for this post which
the Government could not easily fill even
after the salary scale had been increased.

This is not the first case of its kind and
it is not likely to be the last. It would be
well for the Government and the Educa-
tional authorities to see to it that oppor-
tunities are made available to local
personnel with the requisite ability who
are willing to undergo training for
technical posts. This would have the merit
not merely of removing a just ground of
dissatisfaction among local personnel but
of making available a number of candidates
from which selection could be
time of need.

made in



‘lionest John’ Per

BUENOS AIRES.
THE Argentine simmers behind useless
a Glass Curtain. The glass
strictly the patent of President
Juan (“Henest John”) Peron.
On the inside looking out he
can distort the world
On the outside looking in
believes he

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Come inside and look at the efffrien
British through the Peronscope. inaccep
Des
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used to speak of “El Ingles” witt urit
respect and affection Now there exar
liltie respect and less affectior
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

‘aithiul’ Flee

Guard Lead Break-out

Young

THE break-out

ef relugec iron










Stalin’s satellite States, now said
to be reaching 500 a is robbing
hi of some of le he h
been counting o: ih most
loyal, discipline enthusiastic
supporter

That is the 1 t significant and

tstanding {¢ re of the escap
Wave from he Iron Curtain,
which I have been investigatin
for a week

rhe men and women breaking
out belo: to the roup to which
Stalin and tu Politburo are
Gireciing their main appeal in all
the Soviet itell countries of
Europe—the u -thirties of the
industrial class

Now I do not base thi
ment on tt ercumstaince
hundred orking-g¢l boy
and girl ised the Communi:

Youth Rally is
portunity to

Berlin as an op-
duck under the
curtain and take refuge in the
West

Stowaways

I make it on the
what I have di

trength ol
scovered, after
spending last week flying and





the men from
Iron Curtain rope after month
and months of
planning

They came as stow
ships or planes, or by crawling
across the mined and incessantly
patrolled no-man’s-land which
Comrnunist Et
the Wt in the mo:
fascinating ci of them all, by
staging a mutiny in a Pol
ve , a

had escaped
plotting, ana

aways in

separates rope from

and ¢ n, as

sh nava
irming and imprisoning
its officers an solitical commis-
sar, and teering the
Swedish port

Hardly one xf these refugees
kelonged to tt classes disposses-



ship to a













sed by the Marxist levellers or,
for that matte to iy of those
categories which r officially
persecuted by the Communists
and who have in past years form-
ed the bulk of refugees

Under 26

All but three of those I spoke
toa boatload of fishermen
were under 30, and the majority
were under

A good example of what i
going on, the h he is older than
most, i fair 1ired, 28-year-old
Jan Kozacsynski, I met him in
Paris,

He had been the chief techni-
cian at Warsaw airport, in charge
of all repairs and servicing until
dune 22, when he and 25-year-old
Robert Jurek, one of his
mechanics, stowed away in a
plane leaving for France, and got
safely all the way to Le Bourget

1 Paris airport.

So well did the Communists
irust Jan that they picked him
last year for a trip to Moscow, a
privilege which is conferred only
on those considered 100 per cent.

reliable—and only on a_ few of
them.
Jan led a party of four Polish

who for four months
last year—from May 20 to Sept-
ember 20—stayed at the Hotel
Metropole in Moscow and worked
at the Wnukowo airfield, outside
Moscow.

mechanies



SEFTON DELMER, chie?
Foreign Reporter of the Daily
Express investigates the
swelling tream of refuges
breaking through to the West

m the Soviet satellite
States It is story of the
Men Who Got Out—or wer
throw it Here is his first
report;

From SEFTON DELS.ER:
Political Talks

During the
course



Vien

day they took a
of instructicn in the repair
and servicing of the Soviet IL-12
aireraft now keing supplied by
the Russians to the Poles. in tie
evenings there was political in-
struction in Stalinism and the
Stalin way of life.

But, despite the warnings of
his’ embassy’s commercial coun-
sellor that any but the most offic-
ial contacts with Russians were
cut of order, Jan, an attractive
fellow, managed to get to know
some Russians ‘after all.

Two girls whom he met on the
airfield invited him to their
families, where Jan was depressed
by what he saw of the low
tandards of living of the Russian
workers. Low, that is, compared
with what Poles were accustomed
te before “liberation.”

No one among the political
pies in Moscow or Warsaw sus-
jected either Jan or Robert. And
why, after all, should they?

These two Poles had _ good
proletarian parents, they them-
selves had never been out of
Poland, they had served in the
fSoviet-organised Polish Air Force
ufter the war. (“It was the best
way to take cover,” said Robert),
they attended the requisite num-
ber of political meetings.

And when they were asked
whether they had been connected

with the “home army under-
ground,” which had fought the
German occupation force’ in

Poland during the war, they said
‘No.”

Why did Jan and Robert decide
to make their get-away? Jan had
thought about it, he told me, for
some time

He had heard accounts of suc-
cessful escapes on the radio, and
as early as last December he had
actually discussed the possibility
cf escaping with the rest of the
mechanics under his charge at a
moment when two men he knew
to te informers were out of the

way.
Now or Never
Final impulse, however, came
whea three things combined to

tell him it was now or never.

i The party bosses, who were
his superiors at the airfield, told
him that he was to be transferred
shortly and promoted. At the
same time they complained that
he was not active enough politi-
cally. They wanted him to give
rerorts on the political views and
activities of his men,

2, More and more mechanics
from his staff were being culled up
for “reserve training” with the
Polish Air Force. This meant that
mony things were bound to go
wrong in the under-staffed work-
shops.

He, as the one responsikle,
would soon find himself up on a
charge of sabotage unless he in-



formed against the others first.

3. The call-up, the increase in
terrorism, the deportation ana
purge of many of his and Robert's

friends from Warsaw, the sub-
stitution of Russian for Polish
cfficers at all levels of the Polist.

Army above that of company
mmander—all this made hit
ink that Poland was being pre-

}a ed by the Russians for war.
‘And if there was to be a war,”

he said to me, “I didn’t want tc

{nd myself on the side of

country’s enemies and exploiters.’

The almost incredible con/i-
dence which Jan
showed in the solidarity of hip
fellow-workers—and its justifica~
tion as things turned out—is also:
a feature of some of the other)
escape siories I heard.

I must say I should find it most
worrying if I were one of the men
in the Kremlin, for none of this
speaks highly for the ultimate
reliability of the satellite arme
forces being built up, trained, ana
equipped with such intensity b)
the Soviet.

No One Talked

However encouraging the
rapidly expanding membershi;
Statistics of the Communist organ-
isations in the satellite countries
may be, these symptoms rather

Suggest that they are not more
reliable than other Communist
statistics.

Of the 12 Polish sailors wh

mutinied on board the Polish
survey vessel H.G. 11 while at sea
this month no fewer than ten
were card-bearing, fully paid-u,
members of the Communist Youtt
organisation, Not one of them
denounced the escape _ plot
although it had been brewing for
some time

With exemplary
darity, the entire fo'’c’sle of this
g£00d ship planned together how
they would take possession of the
ship’s small store -of firearms,
overpower and lock up the cap-
tain, his officers, and the radio
operator and then take the ship
to Sweden and liberty. Withou.-
« hitch they carried out the plan

Marxist soli-

When I met them in the little
Swedish town of Landskrona they
were neatly dressed in civilian
tweeds. The only thing that re-
called their naval origin was their
well-bronzed faces. They were
talking with entirely un-Bolshe-
vist enthusiasm of a capitalist
reactionary cowboy film they haa
seen in the local cinema.

But despite their enthusiasm
for the Wild West, I nevertheless
persuaded them to tell me their
story. I heard from them in detai
why and how they decided ft
escape with this survey ship, the
enly one at the disposal of the
Polish Navy, and thus inflict a
bitter loss on the Polish anc
Soviet admiralties,

For the results of two years o
careful minefield plotting carrie
out by this vessel are undone,
because among the 12 Polish
sailors remaining in Sweden are
the three map-makers who know
the exact lie of the minefields-
to-be.

What they had to say seems to
me so illuminative of all that is
going on in. satellite countries
today, that I propose to send you
a full despatch on it.

Shells, Storms, inseets did not stop the R.A.MLC's

95.000 Heroes

THE Royal Army Medical Corps
dealt with some 6,000,000 casual-
ties in World War II.

More than half the stomach
wounds which would have proved
fatal 50 years ago were healed.

Only 20 per cent. of shattered
limbs were amputated, as against
70 per cent, in the 1914-18 wai

Percentage of injured eyes lost
fell from 67 to 37.

Yet—as in the





desert war in

North Africa-—the line of evacuu-
tion for wounded sometime
stretched 500 miles and more
along rough tracks and through
marshes,

Injuries were much more com-



plicated, owing to the develop-
ment of air bombing, tank warfare,
and the wholesale use of intricate

mines





Under Fire

The magnificent part played by

the Corps is told in “Not Least in

the Crusade,” by Peter Lovegrove

(Gale and Polden, 5s.), a 90-page
book ju t published.

courage




and skill
regimental
edical officers.

North
under shell fire
ment nm
insects and wit

Africa they ‘worked
and air bombard-
dust-storms, plagued by
h water scarce,

For surgeries they used three-
ton vehicles ith tarpaulin lean-to

| cove
| Once, when a dozen small cav-
| lry tanks were knocked out in







capitalism
cal in the

“orderly
ginning, in-





and unjust later, finally
table and ar onistic.”
pite these attacks the
Government is not above
British demo
r
re 1 yv ese

1 salt marsh by Italian field guns
at 300 yards range, a_ medical
officer drove up in his car while
the battle was still raging.

He visited tak after tank and
dealt with more than 30 casual-
ties, including an amputation,

At Sidi Rezegh, in October 1941,
an advanced British surgical cen-
tre was captured and “recaptured”
four times. It was even visited by
Rommel, the German Commander!

Wonder Drug

In 1943 came the first trials with
the new wonder drug, penicillin,
i: North Africa and Sicily—*“per-
haps the most important discovery
in the history of medicine.”

Quickly it saved hundreds of
cases that would otherwise have
proved fatal, and halved time in
hospital,

Arnhem saw the Corps’ greatest
achievement,

Only one R.A.M.C. officer and
13 other ranks came back out of
500 dropped from the skies with
the 1st. Airborne Division,

They remained at their posts in
the thick of the fighting, looking
after British and German wounded
ike,

The author tells us:—

“One field ambulance established
in the town hospital was over-
run on the evening of the first
day, and the whole unit was takea
away with the exception of two
surgeons.

“They began fresh surgical oper-

ations every time the enemy tried
to move them.

“They remained there for severa!
weeks until all the wounded were
fit to be taken with them to
P.o.W. camps.”

Highly developed health discip-
line enabled us to beat the Japs
in the steaming swamps of Burma

In the prison camps of Singa-
pore and Japan, captured R.A.M.C
men operated, we are told, with
old safety-razor blades, bent-up
tablespoons, and odd _ bits of
thread,

Of a Corps strength of 95,000
officers and men, 2,463 died.

Decorations won included <¢
V.C., 49 D.S.O.s, 322 M.C.s, 12
D.C.M.s, 254 M.M.s, and three

George Medals.
Aid to Victory

Out East, Viscount Mountbatten
described the R.A.M.C.’s mercy
work as a powerful factor” in
final victory,

In his despatch on the opera-
tions in N.W. Europe, Field-Mar-
shal Viscount Montgomery spoke
of the “truly remarkable success”
of the medical organisation.

He concluded: “Doctors were
prepared to lay 15 to one that
once a man got into their hands,
whatever his injury, they would
save his life and restore him to
fitness ‘These odds were
achieved with a handsome margin.”

The recovery rate was in fact
94 per cent



—L.E.S.

on Stirs The Hate

sealed lips of Minister of

the Finance Ramos Caraijo, who told

a Briton seeking an interview:

e British—anything. You
k the British.” And most
with just a touch of

headed by decadent and One.of the greatest compliments usually
Britain, is drowning be- to Britain fell oddly from
he still cli to imperial-
ind foolish party politics,” “For th
can't lic
Going Down FROM PRAISE Argentines,
, envy, agree,
ficial Democracia describ- TO ABUSE

—L.E.S.



London Express Serv'cg



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By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

|
THE DISENCHANTED. By Budd Scbulberg.

The Bodley Head. 12s. 6d. 534 pages.

THE rocket had pg in: brilliant |
spangles in the sky of the late, garish and
srazy "Twenties,

This is the story of the stick coming, down, |
djown, down, through a week in the late
Thirties, the last week in the life of the once
orilliant, fabulously suecessful writer, |
Manley Halliday.

You can, if you like, insist on the re-
semblance between Halliday’s career and
that of a historic personage, the late IF’. Scott
Fitzgerald, laureate and spoilt darling of the
era of wild parties and flaming youth, author
of The Great Gatsby.

The point has, for a British audience, no}
particular relevance.
find Seott Fitzgerald’s brilliance has evapor-
ated; the sheen has faded from his prose.
They will certainly find in Manley Halliday
the pathetic, fascinating and—most important |
of all—convineing portrait of a man of

genius on his way out.

Schuiberg, author of that strident, antl
Makes |
inspired not |

tong novel of the cinema. What
Sammy Run, has here been

only to sardonic brilliance but also to deep |

and angry feeling, not only by a craftsman *s|
also by something like per- |
It is as if he were paying off |

enthusiasm, but
sonal loyalty.

'
|
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}
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They would probably | ;

an old score against life for what it did to the |

man he knew as—say Manley Halliday.
The Disenchanted, Evening Standard |
choice for August, can stand on its own merits |

contrived ruin, and a chorus which mourns
in variations of the theme: The waste!
pity of it all! No second chances in this
world. No money returned at the gate. The

plus interest at 100 per cent.

It is, if you like, a criticism of the age
which collapsed in ruin one fine afternoon
in 1929, when the sky over Wall Street was
dark with the bodies of falling brokers and
a new era of social conscience was cruelly
born. Through this age, which is not his
own, Manley Halliday wanders, bewildered
lost, a stranger, becoming forgotten.

Until a day comes when he appears in the
Hollywood office of Victor Milgrim, film
tycoon, smooth, powerful and unlikeable, a
kind of intellectual cannibal living on other
men’s brains,

Milgrim’s idea is to use the Halliday
legend and, if possible, the Halliday mind to
give quality to Love on Ice, a commonplace
film seript written by a young man named
Shep Stearns, to whom Halliday is a demi-
god. From the first ominous moments, you
are sure that disaster attends this ill-
conceived collaboration between the idolator
and the seedy ex-dipsomaniac, diabetic and
non-writing novelist to whom there clings
some of the glamour and gentility of the past.

The script is never written; is not even
begun. Halliday, to whom Shep is all

innocence offers champagne, goes off on an
epic “bender”, disgraces himself in the most
public and pitiable manner at a stiff college
reception where Milgrim wishes to exhibit
him; gets frost-bite, gangrene; makes one last
epigram (“in America, nothing fails like
success’) and dies.

But The Disenchanted is more than the
story of one calamitous week, of a come-back
that failed. Interwoven, by anecdote and
flash-back is the whole of Halliday’s adult
life. In the end we know it all from
Armistice Day in Paris, 1918, when he meets
the beautiful Jere who is to be his love, wife
and ruination. For Jere has a wildness that
excels and excites his own.
the Alcoholic Stakes she wins by a short
head.

Where did they go wrong those amusing
Hallidays, “
tegether’’?

Seeking the answer, Halliday’s

gin, easy money, easier debts, travel, exhaus-

| tion, sleep pills by night and benzedrine by |
taught the bitter lesson by |

day. In the end,
agents who suddenly “out of town,”
publishers who will not give another advance,
friends who drop him—or die;

are

In the race for |

; : }
so charming, so witty, so perfect |
|

memory |
takes him on a journey through the Jazz)
Age—too many parties, too much popularity, | §

hero who struggles vainly against his self- |

The}

sins you do by two and two you pay for- -|

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there is nothing for it but death or Hollywood. |

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PAGE FIVE







a any aE I A

English Popular In Martinique Schools

Teacher Explains System
In Complementary Schools

oo seen:





USE A

“RIPPINGILLES”

| BLUE - FLAME
STOVE

RATIONED

Third Party Insurance
Very Necessary Measure
—Say Businessmen

\§



ani
ue,

sacher of a Complementary
said to the Advocate yester-

rd of Martini im-

Mr. Raymond Neris, Assis|
School of Marin, Martiniq
day that
proving”.
Mr. Neris, who arrived here on holiday on August 9, is
staying with Mr. Matthews of Seaferd, Worthing. He is
expected to return to Manrtinique His
‘hools re-open on Oct

“the educati

lat it is very necessary for Government to introduce a Bill

for Compulsory Third Party Insurance, was the view ex-
essed by some people when interviewed by the Advocate

yesterday

Mr. Fred Goddard, M.C.P.

lal Standca jue 18

on September 14 . of the firm of Messrs. Johnson &







































“The response in the schoo! au Redman, said that almost all commercial vehicles in Bridge-
the teaching of English is ver a . ' town carried a Third Party Insurance. The firms cannot |!
satisfactory’, Mr. Neri iid, Playing Fields run the risk of having a chauffeur knock down a pedestrian

id that is lear sign. of ‘ ss . and they having to compensate relatives. |
rovemen! For SE Thomas a aid that in Great Britain, power is $15.84 yearly; over 15]9)
He was of the opini he said . like i Trinidad, to drive horse power it is $18.72. This is |
niquan E i EARLIER this year the St licle td Party fi Third Party I iyrance only
nan J a hom Vestry were trying to find ce 1 offence \ present we give no Third
aes foi k ite to establish u ( icence, “It is Party insurance on hired cars, |
I 1 ield in the parish, Th lime Government ! 1 foods-carrying vehicle up t | |
: lish perio / ) that would have been : dc 1 bill to the horse power 1¢ is $17.28 yearly |} |
OF aah ABP: CONES. Bre them from a population l aking compulsory and over 15 horse power $20.16, | fi]
taught to think only in Engli not sufficient to car f ll motor vehicles on the road _Third Party Insurance only |
and they ar rade to convers playing field scheme as t ve Third Party coverage covers injury to person or per-
only in Engli h ice that they would have As our la tands at present sens involved and damage to .

As an example o ‘8 bad to offer for the land w yuld 1 ; OFFERED. Ue. Wee Sr vnernte. mecp airy Ene en evehanstes FOR EASY & Lik
taught to think in |} he } @ it ; ae eae es t or mall t because it feel morally o rs take out a Comprehensive ee AN
said “the ct not told tha : oe , a dand owners to s% bound to the injured ones but Insurance Policy which covers
‘house’ is the E h word for Rtas iataiter bs 3 we should go further and amend for accidental damage, Third
‘la maison’, but ! n a house 4.) scene aca at ane the law wher the Government Party, fire and theft c O O K ] N G
and told it is a ‘h 1 Reena s i rsgeecipe ele doa ; no | hat unique and He aid “At present we
the word I t of h langu- ,) © Ve ee — org grin apr favourable p mn of not being reserve the right of not offering e
age. bet ry a rent it at a peppe >? 1 olie f we < . :

Mr. Neris said that pictures COM rental to them for a playing pen Goddard i that if the to F licy Ps Eve think mee St 3

f aos , ieee : 5 Mi arc é oO great iven if Government
play a great rt in the teaching eta the Vestry have again 1 Was amended Governmen* should introduce Compulsory
of English in Martinique. Only in “Ppointed a Playing

Field Com-











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itt ek ‘ would become liable just as any Third Pariy Insurance, I believe |
extreme cases | whe n t child : 1 eee ste look Reta possibilities commercial firm it is imperative that we must |
cannot understand a | cular nore 1 suitable site Another reserve that right.” } AGENTS,
phrase in English, he id, the The’ original Playing Field ther 1essman said that en ae . |
ase is expl: Pie Hin Committee ha beer sete \ U in sai é I d d
phrase is explainec » him mn a a d cen, making it wa tright in horse-and- rin i Scouts
French. negctiations with a view to getting ; a
; ; buggy days when the activities v Ne
One Hour end trom Contents, but eventually +} : H l 1 ( < age
Fi ; = mw wu Governmer were very ol samp ire
An hour each that was withdrawn nite hut: thd the Gover
in ever) The Vestry were told that the ; cone tad : Fifteen Trinidad 2ud Point For
for the teact oO Government had reached decisions c me i m na h tin Sea Scouts staged a camp fire
Neris said. Schoo! is on policy with regards to the estab- t of running ve tu YuM.C.A. tase nignt ro.
day except Sundays «1 lis hing f a pl aying fit ld ; W necessary that these vehicle ie scouts who nave come to Bat
days. The pupils are ir No fund is to be eleased with- should have Third Party cover aos on a nobaay, it was romp
hours every i cut approv u of the Governor-in- a ng night and for the two doze
30 hours every wec : I vt utive Committee, a : eS w > . regarc he public, he said nn audience it was a pleasant wa
Mr. Neris said th ! yu Priv lands s¢ lected for play- re elf to one hundred cheroots a month, the “Nanny ue ne men leave their homes on 1 while away the two hours
has two secondar c ols in fie are to be acquired an g0Or rnin with the intention of As > tire blazed aw stin
— one for boys ne for Government from Labour Welfare Although she is only a very small woman (four feet six inches ng to work fer an honest living sj} re pede ‘ the Mi C A
girls 15 complem . hools Funds and leased to the appro- in height), Mrs. ister Chit Win (24 years-old) has a problem to their wives and children. The prounds, the scouts lost them ree
and over 100 elementary schools. priate Vestry at the pepper corn solve. Mrs. Chit Win came to England to act as “Nanny” to the xt th you hear is that a , oe ’ tha: i r
M ; Ahk el es ay rental of 24 cents ; children of Mr. and Mrs. BE. W. Drown of Mill Lane, Shoreham, ee a baa” tate. Wee into the joy of the camp fir
. ¢ € , j ti Ll é 3. i? . ul cke i Vv i 1 , 5 re ;
Most mt the eee del hats ' Preference should be given tu Sussex, for a year. She is the wife of a Rangoon clerk and smokes oye ens > hha Gite wimetant roe sphere and entered into th
The average elen at ; F 7 100 cheroots a month, but the stock of [ rr

, the acquisition of land other than 300, with which she left Ran- many yells and songs with gusto
about 700, i a s on é )

attendance is









a, crop bearing sites goon in June, is nearly exhausted and she does not know how to My Pe het we + Se athe Lian The camp tire was to have be
average complementary school, 80 Tt or oa ae t f 1 i i: be replenish them unless she can get fresh supplies from Rangoon. She J rig a { 1 of re. Bun at 8 o'clock, but the scout
while each of the two secondary as me eee Restarts sire 1 be plans to try out British cigars—if she can afford them.—EXPRESS. te Sia pe eG a tt care~ not being altogether at
schools has a roll call of about 400 termined dy the poulation of the c ¢ ne of the driver but w hat Hane. things: ata not wet
aieciiinie hee the Sid parish—$1.50 being | per head has the driver got to compensate inti ati 5 :
SAECEEGUG BE : though under exceptional circum- “ - the } nan’s ae Scare

of education as opposed to s - stances, the Governor-in-Execu F d Nothir

eee aes t = . a ne Oe tive Committee will be prepared ac n ar a OSs propert

satisfy his headm: r in his work a : se victim’

he remains in the form at the end Sree ap eeoN

-< FVORAN

WASHER,

NEW



as under the wood.’ But even
the fire got going and the
gave their Island Yell follow

the Troop Yell in the true

ardless of hi

But res

of the term.
child
form once he passes his ex a=

yf this amount, > ~ lef 0 aa : i a
: On completion of the works, Aft 4. a S A Director Soe

age, a is sent up to another vestries# will be called on to + er e r n e e e Director of one of boys
ubmit audited accounts of expen- other part

ae

the City

aid: “In of the Ca DY

ee he said. fi Giture monies received from! After 45 years in the U.S.A.,, Mr. Clarence H. Bryan, a Bar- a a. ry to mes ht A tie es Barun ss wens
omplementary schools in the fund. ae : : : es waday by the s.s Party nsurance an¢ AS sparks ga op i
tinique are for moulding The Vestry were told that all badian, returned to the island on Wednesday by wet k it is necessary in Barbados dart about, Group Seout Leadet



t
Fort Townshend. He is staying at Mayville Guest House, St, ce vehicle A. B
Lawrence, and expects to spend three weeks here. He will are increasing

return to the U.S.A. on September 19 by the s.s. Fort Am- ©n'y one thing T

for entry into a
They are the
elementary school and the sec

secondary unber of

greatly
fear

“a/T"
formal applications for assistance MO OR
should be as detailed and specific

id- as possible and should include all

CAR

Maul tried his hand at get
rhere is ting the
Third Party wt hi

stage betwee



mall
jokes

audience to
Most

laugt

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present were














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home
Hoy
vife and children? Before it began ther
The driver has neither Was such prattling among them as
nor capital, therefore th: “Lend me your torch here,” “Carry
te authorised to wife and children are ‘the lantern there,” or “Push shav
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ary schools. expenses which it was desired to ce ne : anand Insurance may run some of the. invited by local scouts and were \ Phere is no need for you to go out in
h he T hend
: o - J be incurred herst, sister ship of the Townshend, vehicles off the road, The owners willing to see the points in the ]{\ a dirty car when you have a..... ‘
School Set Up Tt ees Ween ck 5 In June 1906, Mr. Bryan left the He told the Advocate yesterday, iy find the insurance premium ‘okes and so things went well -
Commenting on the set-up il ane V - mG als os sr ee island at the age of 15 He first “When I left Barbados 45 years top, high "aPhe. seonne Ther on. the - pre
. ‘ € res oO he Socié sifare 2 s " : + t ) a
the schools, Mr. N ‘ : a eae oe ee van ve as went to New York where he spent ago the last thing I saw was that e majority of cars taken on ;yamme was the Welcome Song ee VOR a aT Ww "A SHER
the, secondary s have two esti Qe mie h thar * medi stares six years. Following this he long strip of white beach along +} Higher Purchase System + ello, How Are You Today,” ther ae ae i
cycles a four=year cytlt ad a : d adetétaioe ina iwing up any settled on the west coast at the Christ Church coast That have’ Third Party Insurance, But ‘low The Man Down,"
pes daa wer vee a “ pi aohenia: Applications will then Seattle, Washington. strip of a renee a my the ‘ “~* E ry RS ne ni he The scouts ‘next tried a skote In a matter of 10 minutes or so your car can
p sg i . és cies y ee be investigated before submission His father was head saddler for ™ an ree y wn. ae a pent ro g ee ‘ Higher ” EChare #7 which. they called “The Hypno- |} be thoroughly washed, cleaned and on the
sycie —— % ur-yee ry C2E t 7 tovernor-in-Executive . ‘e Force ¢ . n- the U.S.A. e returned on 1e maAjOVI are ownec , * ;" :
a who vasses through & o the Governor-in-Executive the Police Force and he was ap- 1% TS sows eet thing I wa Mr. Dorian Cole of the firm ot [8% ) road egain with a bright sparkling appearance.
cane yee ; ,. Committee either by the Social prenticed to the Weekly Ilustrated t ay th LAE i oi tabare’ CiGt co Ltd said i The scouts next sang a ecalypsc |} ‘
mentary school and go¢ AOE ae . . se ras ‘ same +hess O10 'S ere 4 mse . ut ne P i
eee nie ee is automatically Welfare Officer who may desire where his godfather wi angers mw i M ee a oe nec ry that’ Third Party themselvs but the tune they A steady flow of water through the washing
a to. THe. three= le * iss the scheme further with He afterwards worked with Meee amen es ots in Insurance should be compulsory Chose was not quite what every head of the cleaner enables all dirt to be easily
placed into the three-year hn the Vestry or by a sub-Committee old Recorder newspaper In 1ing that has not changed for the simple reason that there body was expecting to hear com ; a ai bale 4k itl t fuss .
et is the senior part of ie of oe Governor-in-Executive those s we had no linotype Mr. Bryan sala that he enjoyed are man owne of cal ‘ fh » ing irom Trinidad, It was some \ prot ty —- a clean quic job withou uss or
He said that it is however bebe i nay vachines,” he said Everything the spectacle of the Fort Towns- Have st% \ mes ; pet iage i
e said that 5 Gevernment also said that was set in hand type. We also hend taking the SS. Coulgarve Means of realising enough mones The Seout went on to. sing ee sith ‘
realised in Martinique that a chile hoped all Vestries which had yaq to use a hand press which we under tow. He aid that. ta: Aiee Toma econd hand car and more .and give more of their | SPECIAL JET, for under Fender and Body
leaving a compieme! 100" not yet seen their way to prepare took turns in working. We were, (ayia iinnas mets 6 tate "4 t I nothing beyond that, native jokes and the night wa cleaning.
may not be in the position to goto schemes for the establishment of poweve larauaatie te nae she cabie that was sent towards the , 1 result that in case of an!y bate litaie Biel seen $6 {
os elke ary school and so extra pl a fields io (inakies oe ee ee ee he Coulgarve broke but the second (04.0, nic the driver’ ass : ' ; ( ‘ :
1 secondary school a ying fields in their respective el ict } Mak t i
as ary sch and playing s i “spe paper out on time, : , j ciden \ the end Make a point of seeing these without delay.
subjects such as physics, chemistry, parishes, would be able without ht hold of the di a ae. 1 fault, th person who has beer A. lotal ‘scout. of the tet. Se |
handwork, sewing, manual work undue delay to make available [n Seattle Mr. Bryan is a teacher Perhaps Late weet oa, aTauTeG disabled or. kill ae "hey scouts brought along a guita i ™” Sample Quantity Only in Stock !
and the like are t ht in the con the facilities for which a total of juniors between the ages of for sepia a oe the cident, gets no compensa ior A CaM GEAR TA! cima craw ane |
sntar 1001s amount of $300,000 has_ been . and . the cables of the Townshend were A Representative re ets 1{
plementary school pegbics dialed ’ : nine and 14. He is also th . : d : tunes were also played from these. } nae ' a9
Primary Inspectoi e allocated from the Labour Welfare organiser of a radio programme used. If we did not tak A representative of one of the I 1 OL WHAT q OMPL " Vk om | C.50
the elementary and complementary Fund called Children’s Hour which Coulgarve under tow she would al Insurance Companies, QUO~ | 9%99669999696G3999607709%" |, \\}
schools while the Inspector of hey s over K.T.W. at 5.30 p.m. have been mashed on the shoal ¢ figures to the Advocate, said: | % \ qmrenpennsh seaman Rewer een nner ee manne
; whi ’ : s ove . 1 30 p n ; % {
“ademyv ho y id be locall patie Ane Mr. Bryan is expecting to tou hird Party Insurance on pri-}%& Rim “a
oar Directo re if n DEP SURDENLY gies eeeee" . F ae i a the island, before his return ite motor car up to 15 horse % FOR 31 ve S » ‘ Hardware Dept.
called the Direc OL POUCH st : EVRA. Shr = labourer of Children ike part in the pro- * % . Rit b } \
is over all schools , In ct , V 7 : as eur iaraet ° iy ho gramme. It is a spiritual pro- — ‘ingle seston - - - x > \} Tel. 2364
of Academy is also kr WI , tabi e dmitte i fe ait “Ce ere! &tamme and has a script which 1 % GOOD ¥ (hi Mer tl
Martinique as the \ earn M Hospite - about 1 p.m., on August made of Bible Storic¢ sah . x d | SS 2A = = = : SS
ROP ars Oe tee ee died sudde 1t 4.45 a.m. religious items. % % aalconusipemeee tine aeieae
Neris said, complementary nool Santa 7 suddenly, at, 4.45 a Mr. Bryan is an elder in the . $ VALUE % | SPS POOP PSDO SA PPLE OPIS POP IPR SASS PPP PP EES ie
teachers are in authorit ' ‘A. vost mortem. examination war Riverton Hels ht s Presbyte rian % % | %
headmaster and. 'llater performed the same day by Chur¢ h and also a Sunday School a R » It’s x
elementary school Dr. Payne who attributed (the teacher. Pastor of this Church i : % Weetabix in pkgs. 52 % %
schools are apart from the other ause of death to pneumonia and Rev. Lloyd Roti. Over 200 hildren s 3 % | %
Teachers of~ the element secondary heart failure attend the Sunday School. x Corn Flakes in pkgs. x ys
schools have to work all 30 t -— g - aap x . °
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a, hare ‘ vi RESP thn tes B Bust . irrivod | <*/ has been scientifically blended with three well-proven % aiteline’, 5 > x : 3
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arv school teacher rier 1 5a PU REN A ¢ ut Ows relieves pain fast, and restores your sense of well-being. $ “i » x : %
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subjects and the lo not nave ia : | TANACIN/ is welcomed by Doctors! Over 12,000 doctors and dentists % d Vegetables in tins 31 s %
remain in school Y Fe] ALSO a, yARaetN) in Great Britain alone use it in their surgeries! Fevers, % Vegetable Salad in tins (31 % 5
than the time sched f colds, headaches, toothache, rheumatism, neuralgia— this wonderful % SEND You x %
teaching of the subjec CH WK FE ED K RSs a { new specific brings you amazingly quick relief from all of them ! % oa! YOUR ORDER } 8
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4 | ‘ANAC N/ costs little. You can buy it ina two-tablet 2 AND INCLUDE % x
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Repairing arbou @ Ti &C. Ltd.—Distributors m : from about of pain. Or ina handy 20-tablet % A BOTTLE OF OUR % %
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IN the broil wow» @@ &S& 868 EB a@mas home use); % FIVE STAR RUM % x
ye rolling sun es tGay une rath : Be — Sa ell, , 9 » , > |
six workers from the Public Work | —— oe EE! ARM YOURSELF x % 1 .
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T Forte were busily occupied re-! PAIN % x ; .
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Master's office on the whar! Jus “ | GET ‘ANACIN’ TODAY! S INCE & Co. Ltd. ° es ) rae — *
aon ct | ; | Phoenix Soda Fount
Asked ae Saye gel es i ‘AMACIN’ d throughout Creat Britain and South Africa under the name ‘ANADIN' x 0. td. 81% Knights | hoe HX ‘ (yf a (UY aun 3
and how far the job h id DEORTCSS- | A New Shipment of ANACIN’ is sold throughout Creat Bri % o! R »
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now securing anc ect rn % QS | Sacer erro eae ves
the bolt heads in the roof thé $ Sih '
have caused a big leakage during 1% \ / 4 .
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

















































Minimum charye tesk 78 GOVERNMENT N
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, : eS ee Oe. a0 ’ s
TELEPHONE 2506 minimus charge $1.50 on week«days oe cece Scena Carte 2 over 24} Compensation For British Interests In French Nationalised Attention te af i
reese tliat sestintinerinnrin ee | ani 3 wee’ a € . Attention is dtawn to tl : re ion le /
. on Sundays. word on Sundays; Gas And Electricity Undertakings ment) Order 1951 "Ne 28 * a ; a ee) ae
, ; | ; An Agreement has been concluded between the Government of the q, et ee NO. 28 which will be published in the Official
jaiaeail DIED aaa :| FOR SALE REAL ESTATE HOUSES | United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Sates afd’ the ‘ine Gazette of Thursday, 30th August, 1951
her idenc Seulah cline charge week 72 cents and. LS a mee eee 7 or 2. Under this Orde > me , . ;
= a eae Prinp, eaiae - dbdaae Okie ar _ alitlaiaaidianient tin ernment of the French Republic relating to the terms of compensau: («Cc e é. . r the maximum retail’ selling ptice of
jertrude Harewood. Aage 77 oo . cu edt oe ee ‘BY Public competition at the office, PEDROOM-—One Comfortable Bedroom | toy British vate ; F sa Cement” is as follows: —
on ka ae the above residence word on Sundays; e a Beg a ae Friday the ttn} ¥ith se Beds and running water. With or British interests in French nationalised gas and electricity under~
. pa 2 joe at m. a stonewal))“ Quiet family in Hastings. Meals avail- anings ARTIC |
Church } dwelli P awa : e a &5. é ICLE RE’ .
— ng housé containing Drawing rr able. For particuls . 2094 Fae | RETAIL PRICE
gi. Seabee tanen bee oak seam. two bedrooms, kitchen. compe British nationals who are the present owners of such interests and | (not more than)
(sons:, ise and out offices, sta tw. a = . j : ; : : Y j i: -
Harewood daughters). Mildred Hare- AUTOMOTIVE of land at Military Son A em a CLIFTON TRERAGR—T0 an oppress who wish to claim compensation under the Agreement may obtain CEMENT \ $2.56 per bag of 94 lbs.
eee ee ee a 4 pena . Michael. Inspection on application ‘e"@nt. Furnished House, Upper Bay further information about the provisions of the Agreement and 30th August. 1981
wood, (grandchildren), 2 1947 Model in good] hours of 6-8 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. | OPposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali|the procedure for the submission of claims , Sha Bust, 1 31.8.5
ne dren). working order, tyres vers good. Diai—| hours of 6—18 a.m. and 3-8 pm | niodern conveniences. Apply on premises . s nission of claims thereunder, on application | BARBADOS .51--1n
mer pers please copy 4239 31.8,51—3n. ~~ -y particulars and conditions of 3.8.si—t#n.| 2t the Colonial Secretary's Office. sine Sindeat hil i
iN MEMO CAR One Vauxhall “Velox” 1960-51 HUTCHINEON & ANF 7 FRAT—At Bt, Munys Vinechon > The French Government have agreed to an amendment of the TAKE NOTI
RIAM po 7 ellent condition at Lew mee D i James Street at Vicarage Fontabelle Phone~ s108 Agreement to provide for an extension of the time-limit for the sub- CE
= ae si—sn. eee ee aa mission of declarations of acceptance, until the 11th September, 1951.
CALLENDAR—In loving memory of our The undersigned will offer for Sale at FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, new! 9
dear Antionette Callendar who depart- CAR One Vauxhall 18 oe ae public competition at their Office, No. built with spacious cupboards. Phone $1.8.51—2n,
ed on August S3ist 1960 10,000 miles, like new. Phone 2861 Y}17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, @si0. 3th
‘With all your labours done; Kanch or 456% Cyril Stoute ok 14th day of September, 1951, at 2306) ———-————— .
And all your earthly toils complete 29.8.51—7n. Pe of *RISDALE, Barbarees, St. Michael). | CHANCERY SALE
A rest is yours — sq justly won i eae eres as sr gh carey G:FT SHOP. standing adjoining Barbarees House. Moder The undermentioned pro y will
Take it at Jes feet : One Dodge Car 1937 moael in square feet of iand, adjoining Stone Bungalow. 3 bedrooms and! Public Build Rr property w be cet up for sale at the Registration Office
Mrs. Am Ramsay (Sister), Cameron aod working condition. No reasonable | With oehadon Aquatic Club, together | «I! usual offices. Garage and servants’| the date s eae ars between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and or
Ramsay (Nephew! 21.8.51—1n, | Offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos. | “ ne Goodwill and Assets of the room and all services ine iding @@*.| ©t the s. sa 7 and if no’ then sold it will be set up on each succeeding Friday
FARLE—in loving f Charl ae 25.8.51 t.f.n. above. ue now carried on under th ae orchard approximately half an acre pplication to ‘me, AAC CS AER SRENE, RAETS, WAN Sold... Full. Pertinulars, on
eS memory o arles A ame. or appointment 1 , - :
Christopher Earle who died on 29th CAR; Drop-head convertible Ford v-8| INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | Pellamy, 8: yee agen ten oh asl by i Seo JAMES ARTHUR TUDOR
5 Binge f death hood Ring Rw. ‘Nicholls 3958 Taeece . Kha’ 8 a between the hours of - meee PROGENTY. ‘A. THAT Solesia a an de 1
ains © ath are past ny icholls tw . on applicat » “VOLE? — spec + a. in piece or parce’ { land situate at Welchms
Labour and sorrow caaia 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 23.8.51—t 2.05 premises Pe eee ee ‘cabtcstahin iaieien ee nt oon. | Hall in the parish of Saint Thomas and ‘sland “aforesaid. donieihing by That R. J. REY NOLDS TOBACCO c
And life's long warfare closed at last, | ——_—_=_—___—-—_—_———__ For further particulars, and conuitions | W-th all conveniences A se on vdmeasurement Three Roods sevegteen Perches or thereabouts (of which aren | ‘*'SUng under the laws of the State of Stet ton a corporation organized anil
Fis soul is found in peace MOTOR BYKE — The Aeriel four]! Sale, apply to :— Clarke, 7 Swan Street. Phone 2631/0 | Four Perches ate in the Public Road hereinafter mentioned) abutting and bounding | WhOse trade or business address is Mais ane Posen eed, States of America,
Vernies Earle (Wife). Gilbert and John | Square Motor Byke, No reasonable offer COTTLE, CATFORD & Co 2029 ; one 2631 oF | on lands formerly of McDonald Chandler but now of doe Cave on lands of the? | Carolina, United States of America, Manutactucers, hat aoulied foe coe eens North
'Sons); Desma and’ Clare baughters) | Fefuse. Apply. C Spencer, Gills. Road oe ce 18 a 26 n. | estate of William Small, deceased, on lands now or late of one Mayers on lands ot | Of @ trade mark in Part “A” of Reg cturers, has applied for the registration
31.8.51—1n | or Ring—s177 — 3545 36 ,.8.51—3n. en Highland Plantation and on the Public Road or however else the same may abut | 4!! purposes cigarettes, cigars, smokin r * yo Po of tobacco of all kinds and for
icine inion nptiss oeinernnranatinens: | aca —ens | THA very esirébla busines preniioes |'and bound Together with the messuage or dwelling house and all and singular | SMokers and snuff, and will be entitled to register the seme nee ey Products for
ANNOUNCEME? VAUXHALL—12 h.p. Saloon—in good known as No, 22 Swan Street occupying WANTED other the buildings and erections thereon the 30th day of August 1951, unless ee efor a ait fr Ine arene one
ENTS condition Courtesy Garage Dial—4614 # Corner site and standing on 2,520 square UPSET PRICE: £1,000. 0. 0 e in duplicate to me at my office of op) position Pack saa leanne Gs See
a 30.8.51—6n. | feet of land, é Date of Sale: 14th September, 1951 can be seen on application at my ohne on of such registration. The trade math
_ Victoria an Loan Exhibition Barbados | — eae Inspection on application to the tenant | H. WILLIAMS, Dated this 24th day of August 1951
Museurm, Last Day Friday 31st. August.| The following cars in excellent cou-| Mt. F. S. Nicholls. HELP RRS NENeay H. WILLIAMS
20.8.51—3n, | dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan —- Fluid} This property will be set up to Public sa ae 31.6.8)--én | got Registrar of Trade Marks
| Grive (absolutely A-1,) 3,000.00, Vauxhall | ©°Mpetition on Friday 31st August 1951, COOK—Wanted in St. Peter, exper-| ipateinepeneeitin Sipametenteesaenneerannl eaten ) ¢.51—8n , :
————— | Wyvern 12. hp. 1,100.00, 1948 Hillman | # 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned. | Jenced cook for small family ’ middle OFFICIAL NOTICE
1,700.00, 1946-47 Hillman 1,050.00, Ford CARRINGTON & SEALY. aged, must live in. Apply Box—D.E.F. | "
TAKE NOTICE Prefect 750.00. Cole & Co., Ltd. Bay & | 18.8.51—12n 31 8.513n_ | BARBADOS : |
Probyn Streets 30.8.51—6n eager eel | 2 (IN CHANCERY)
he undersigned will offer f |} LADY— |
| VAN—A Twelve Horse Power Bed | public competition at their eel A ne wor office at Motel Royal In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice t6 all persons |
| Van in first class Bondi¢ion prot 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Prides, | Manaqir’ writing and tn tweet to the | having or claiming wny estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance in or |
sell. Apply: Courtesy Garage or Dial | the 7th. duy of September, 1961, at 3] di ecilaasictnend cme gh | Sees he ne Re EEE ee ee ee nee a ae
ats : 1. p P| s
| 44.8.51—In The «dwellinghouse. known as | PERSONAL to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and | dian National Steam hi ~
ELECT ' “ALLEYNE VILLE,” with | the land | ® o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration OMee, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, | wm Ss ps
Phat “CORNING: GLASS ‘wore, -y| RICAL sinithch, “the sine bake abit as th before the 29th day of September, 1951 in order that such claims may be reported.on | tate
cinosation st oh : 2 | denitctillasioenlittendetomanntiosictlhatetomeignamaiinsin * taioneth abs, an ereto | is is to notify the general public | and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise sueh ~~ §OUTHBOUND a
z of the State of New York, | REFRIGER TOR—c ging, containing by admeasure-| that 1, IVY DANIBLS ‘nee Smart), scten » ei : |
United States of America, Man tracturer Fos a Crosley 1 c.ft—| ment 4,858 square fect or thereabouts,| am no longer under the care and pro. | no will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all | Sails Saite Salle Abstvee Salla
whose trade or business address tl econ arate New Courtesy and the out-buildings thereto, situate | tection of my husband Law rence Daniele claims on or against eine JACQUES HUMPHREY | LADY Montreal Maiitax Reston Racbader
Walnut Street, Corning City, New York,| 92% } 28.8.51—6n. | on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ’ Church, IVY DANI : : 2 ic REE ao Sus #5 Aug 4 Sept
Sate TRA. hue aboiek for mel adjoining Hotel Royal | : ELS, DEFENDANT: ANNA LORRA SPENCER CAN, CRUISER 29 Aus r = oer
, has applied for the! ‘ 2 Roy Church Village, | PROPERTIES: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of Jand situate at| CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Se io 10 Sept. 33 Sens
registration of a trade mark in Part Kspection any day except Sundays, St. Michael Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados afore- | LADY RODNEY sebt 20 Sept. 41 Sept
of Register in respect of glass between the hours of 12 noon and 5/ %.8.51—2n said containing by admeasurement thirty three perches Abutting | CAN CONSTRUCTOR 2 ae a Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct
products of all kinds, and will be entitled FURNITURE ah | and bounding on two sides on iands of Alphonsa Hoppin on lands | |.ADY NELSON eet i 10 Oct iL Oct
to register the same after one month For further particulars, and conditions - , ao PD ay Wee 19 Oct 15 Oct 24 Oct 28 Oct
fron ’ > of ry of May Atkins and on a road or however else the same may abut and
rom the 30th day of August 1951, unless of sale, apply to:— e . |
aGihe hall , “PORTAD. a | COTTLE, bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land - — teams al
* ee aero 189 in the meantime give Sebok. ECK" CHAIR: Ideal for oO CATFORD & CO situate at Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados NORTHBOUND ne
otice in duplicate to me at my office of a garden, in camp, on ship ete 28.8.51—E.D aforesaid containing by admeasurement one sere two roods Abutting | Arrives Sails Aseives Atri ay
opposition of such registration. The| Entirely new in design and construction | ~>—-———————— ——- |. ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A and bounding on lands of Drax Hall Plantation on lands of F. F.C. Barbados Barbados Rost Halter i rives
trade mark can be seen on application | ~Overall weight 6% lbs. Many other The undersigned will offer for Sale at| From BRITISH GULANA Gill on lands of G, T. Forde and on the public road or however else | LADY NELSON 16 Sept 18 2's ot or tan ae
at my office ‘ attractive features. Contact: S. public competition at their Office, No. W. Foster, G, Cooper, Mother P. Har the same may abut and bound Tomether with the messuage or) LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Oct bd on. non 7
Dated this 24th day of August, 1951. | Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. Dial 3713. ue a Street, Bridgetown, on Frid rington, Mother St. C. Castager, A. Mel dwelling house and all and singular other the buildings and etec. | et 28 Oct 1 Novr
WILLIAMS, _ ie th day of September, 9, Ville, R. Melville, G ‘ au tions thereon erected and built standi a bein. vith the a re “ug
3 Registrar of Trade Marks Be es p.am.: : 7 ane Se |deau, BE. Burrowes, bag ng tenances ’ uo oa neers ne vee } The M.V, “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is expected to arrive
30.8.51-——3n The | two-storied Dwellinghouse known| Linch, C. Fraser, F, Hardwick, and Bill filed 30th June, 1951 | here about the 4th September, ace ; .
, ine , : Ore ; § , aecept i” < a. a
MECHANICAL as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon|S. Bracewell Dated the 26th day of July, 1961, Staite: Chetmad-aild i epting cargo for St. Lueia, St, John,
BICYCLES—Hercules for Lad the same stands and thereto belonging, | *rom TRINIDAD MM, WILLIAMS, . x, Quehee an ontreal,
teneaiin and Sine ee and] containing by admeasurement 6,422| _ Seilochan Dolsingh, Wilfred Alexander Registrar-in-Chancery —
TAKE NOTICE | trc‘ishilvag"auratve’ ise 2ors| Ge", st, Gaueroateytuale | Buataes, Salone” Ast Stach 2 ttt
tesy Garage, Di . 7 venue Belleville, St. Michael. arroux, John llinicht’ Amy Gittens RRS EE eae
1 al 4616. 28.8.51— Inspection by appointment with Mrs, | Gréliel Scott; Beatrice Ann Felker, Ala GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. ers

PRINGE ALBERT



That R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
New Jersey, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is
Main and Fourth Streets, Winston-
Salem, North Carolina, United States
of America, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of
tobacco of all kinds and for all purposes,
cigarettes, cigars, smoking tobacco,
tobacco products, products for smokers
and snuff, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 30th 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 mark can be seen on application
at my office

Datee this 24th day 1951

at,
Registrar

of August,
WILLIAMS,
of Trade Marks

39,8.51—3n

NOTICE

Neither the Master nor the
Agents of the British s.s.
“COULGARVE” will be re-

9









sponsible for any debt or
debts contracted by the crew
of this vessel during her stay
at this port.
R. W. CHISLETT,
Master.
S. P. MUSSON, SON
&- CO, LTD. Agents.
31. 8.51.—3n.



———

FURNITURE |
AUCTION

instructed by







We have been
Mr. John Hammond to sell by
Auction the Furniture and
Household Effects at ‘‘Strath~
more”, Culloden Rd., St. Mich-
ael.

Wednesday, 5th Septembe:
at 11.30 am.

Morris Suite (5 Chairs and
Settee}, Double and Single end-
ed Settees, Hat Rack, Chest of
Drawers, (Pair), Large Open
Bookcase, Coffee Tables, Dining
Table, 12 Dining Chairs, 3 Tier
Waggon, Tea Trolley, Round
Tip-Top Tables, Pr Morris
Chairs, Writing Table, Telephone
Table, Sideboards, Linen Press,
Dressing Tables with Single and
Triple Mirrors, Chest of Drawers,

i

Plant Stands, Towel Rails, Tub
| Chairs, Pr. Single Beds with
Vono Springs, Carved Single
Bed, Double Bed ALL THE

ABOVE IN MAHOGANY. 2 Up-



Painted Dessert Set Hand Paint-

| Set, China, Large Col- 1951, unless some person shall in the
Aan Cee Aluminium Pots and meantime give notice in duplicate to me}

| Pans, Misc, Kitchen Utensils, at my office of opposition of such

| Pressure Cooker, Kitchen ‘Tables, registration. oe trade sere. bee be

ication at my office

| Several Spring Filled Mattresses, seen On app

| Clothes Basket (large), Fire Ex- Dated this, 24th dey of August, 1951
tinguisher, Large Plated Serving WILLIAMS

Tray, Plated Card Tray, Misc.
Plated Silver, Servant's Bed and
Mattress, Garden Hose, Watering
Can, Galvanised Wash Tub, and
many other assorted items

Light Refreshments Available
CASH ON FALL OF HAMME®.



AUCTIONEERS

John +4. Braden
& co.

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





MISCELLANEOUS

COFFEE—O.K. Coffee; Fresh shipment
of this favourite packaged coffee may now
be had from your grocer 31,8,.51—2n



nnn als

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





CHECK COTTON GINGHAM—Six at-
tractive designs 36” wide $1.03 per yard.
Special Reductions to wholesalers, Visit
KIRPALANI, 52 Swan Street.

31.8.51—I1n

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



Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | on FRIDAY 3ist August at 2 p.m

Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-
ion Brushes, Bath Brushes,
Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl
Brushes, and many others.
H. P. CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors. Dial 3382.
25.8.51—Tn
——
PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
ach@—Pains in the limbs and joints—
Feverishness. Remember there is only one
ASPRO, 2 8.51—lin

THREE Motor ‘Car Tyres and Inner

Tubes Dunlop 500.16, Contact C
O'Dowd, Wm. Fogarty Ltd. Mileage
5.600. 30.8.51—2r





PUMLIC NOTICES |

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

|
|





NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in-
tention of the Commissioners of High-
ways of the Parish of Saint George of
this island to cause to be introduced
into the Legislature of this Island a Bill
authorising the said Commissioners to:

(a) Increase the salary of the Inspec-
tor of Highways of the said Parish
to a sum not exceeding £500 per
annum, and
Increase the travelling allowance
of the said Inspector to a sum
not exceeding £100 per annum.

The said increases to have effect from
the Ist day of April, 1951.

Dated this 28th day of August, 1951

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors for the Commissioners of
Highways for the Parish of
St. George 30.8,51—3n.

NOTICE or

In accordance with Rule 8 (a), more
than ten (10) Members having been
nominated to serve on the Governing
Body of the Club, a Secret Ballot will
be held on Wednesday, 5th. September,
1951 at the Club House, Beckles Road,
between the hours of 4.00 and 8.00 p.m.

P. POTTER,



(b)



Hony. Secretar+
Atwell, T. A. H.
Austin, R
Blanchette, S. A
Burke, I
Dash, L.
Edghill, O- E.
Foster, L. E.
Goddard, S.
Greenidge, D.
Greenidge, G
Greenidge, L.
Hoyos, W. F.
Hunte, A. C. M.
Johnson,-C.
Marshall, G V
O'Neale, D.
Stoute, L.
Williams, C.



31.8, 51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE



holstered Couches, Etec. Minia- VICTORY

ture Grandfather Clock, in oak

casing, Table and Standard That FOTHERGILL & HARVEY

Lamps, Carpets Cordea Occa- LIMITED, a British Company, Manu-

sional Tables, Walnut Sideboard, facturers, whose trade or business
| Several Pairs, lined Curtains, address is Harvester House, 37 Peter
| (excellent condition), Westing- Street, Manchester 2, England, has
| house Fridge, (small), Stained applied for the registration of a trade
; Deal Wardrobes, Pillows, Cush- merk in Part “A” of RHegister in

jons and Rugs, 3 Medicine Cabi- respect of drills being piece goods
| nets, Larder, Cane Upright Chair, wholly or mainly of cotton, and will
| Ware Cupboard, Glassware, Hand be entitled to register the same after

cne month from the 30th day of August

Registrar of Trade Marks
30.8. 51—8n

fPPereenaN aC Ne SINC RTS
T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH





JOHNSON’S HARDWARE

SLO

11,8.51—T FN. | Also building sites with 70 ft

Comb | called

L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736.
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
26.8.51.—N.E.D

\ |

HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla.,
St. Matthias and the City.

One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell.
frontage
and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable
price per sq. ft. Contact B. A. Brooks,
at Dunoon Rockley or Phone 8162 be-
tween 9—11.30 am, or 2—4 p.m, if you |
want to buy, sell, or build. |

28.8.51—6n. |





i will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my office VICTORIA STREET |
4047
land with the dwelling house
“KARLVILLE” Spooners Hill,
containing closed gallery, drawing and
dining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed-
rooms upstairs, W.C. and bath, electric
light and water, rents for $20.00 per
month, For conditions of sale apply to

R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
26.8.51—4n. Auctioneer

sq. ft.





The undersigned will offer
by public competition at their office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
gist. August 1951 at 2 p.m. the under-
mentioned shares :

TEN (10) SHARES PLANTATIONS |
LIMITED

for sale



G., L. W .CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
29. 8.51—3n





AUCTION

instructions received
| king's Solicitor & will sell



from the
by public

auction on Wednesday next 5th September | «

at 2 p.m. on the spot at McClean Land,
Britton’s x Road One double roofed house
size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitehen,
the said belonging to the estate of

Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd

| D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Government Auctioneer, |

29,8.51—5n -



UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

Â¥ have been instructed by the Water-
works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-
fdge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-





ember at 2 p.m. One Ford Truck.

Terms Cash. D'ARCY A

Auctioneer, n.8.51—4n
UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROAD
On WEDNESDAY the 5th September}

; by instructions received from the Ad-|

| ministrator of the Estate of E. WwW. A

Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auction |
on the spot one Chattel House with two
Gable Roofs and shedroof covered with
Galvanise [Iron and _ corrugated iron
polings standing on lands of Goodland
at the entrance to Deacons Road.

Sale 2 o'clock — Terms Cash
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
31.8 51—4n,







TAKE NOTICE
TEX-SHRUNK

That Dominion Textile Company
Limited, a corporation of the Dominion
ot Canada, Manufacturers, whose trade
or business address is 710 Victoria Square,
Montreal, Canada, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cotton textile
fabrics, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
36th 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 mark can be seen on application
at my office.

Dated this 24th day of August, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

|
|

| 30.8.51—3n
‘ TT
oo
! TYPEWRITING
EXAMINATION
POSTPONED
Owing to the non-arrival of
the Test Papers, no Examination
can be held on Saturday next.
Look out for further notice.
Cc. B. ROCK, F.LPS.,
Representative.














Hi








ORIEN
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jeweis
Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Ete., Ete.

THANTS

. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466



| Mathus,

Upfield, Annie Ogtivie, Kathleen Pogson
Otto McLean, F Manifold, Augusto
and James Barrera
DEPARTURES — By B.W.1LA
TRINIDAD

For

















Trinidad by the R.



S. Lady Neison will

be closed at the General Post Office as
under
Parcel Mail at 12 (noon) on tke Ist,



of September 1951, Registered Mail at & |
a.m. and Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m. on the
Qrd of September, 1951

TO

NEW

your hearing loss and

Test and





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The M.C.C. Book for the young ree
cricketer Contributions. b y G. A, Service's |
several of the leading cricket- | i
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es schinsesteeles es | “Tell me what you like,
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LET US HELP YOU overcome your hearing difficulties. We will chart °
fit you with the exact type of HEARING AID best
suited to your individual need.

COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES and no heavier to carry than a cigarette

case,

Guaranteed by the Makers against defect in manufacture.

Dial 4289 for Appointment.



OFFICIAL NOTICE

(IN| CHANCERY)

ROYAL NETHERLANDS |
STEAMSHIP CO.

BARBADOS













In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, 1 do hereby give notice to all persons |

















































ren Bennett, Lucila Casas, Jorge } payin FRENCH LIN
. a g or claiming any estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbranee in or
Dep Spe piggy Akit, Hemley | affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to bring | SAILING FROM RUROPE
Suruselie Mawetl. 1 Louisa Graves.,| before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers | “8. MELENA—7th September 1961
Fr antics K ¢ » Rohoney Kawall,| to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and | 4% » BONAIRE7th September 1961 Cie., Gle., Transatiantique
- a a Kawa 1, Phyllis Lawrence, Alian! 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Offee, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, | * ny BOSKOOP..1th September 186)
sawrence, Frank Mayers, Joan Mayers. | before the ath day of September, 1951 in order that such claims may be reported on | SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND
tan Mayers, Helen Mayers, Gordon Lee, | and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof repenively, otherwise such | AMSTERDAM
Monica Accanne, Elford Mallett, lowis persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of al) | V8. WELLEMSTAD~-1ith Sept. 1961 SAILING TO
Frances’ Russet, Howard Rumeel, Penne’ | °° OF MENS NS Ne Bwiny Lie Bi "* SAGING 50 PARAM AMINO ENG
ance s a ssell, Penny PLAIN G TO PAR
Sole viey” ditoives‘d ies enema T THAT contain pi er TF ad ituate at St t's Hill) ™ vrohXt te were thee
Colin ayley, inkee Johnson, Thelma] PROPERTY: ALL certain piece or pafcel al a ewart's 18. STR R— 19th 196 ba LOMB i»
Aleong, Beverley Aleong, Muriel Paul, in the parish of St. John and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing SAILING TO Ba aeatyty 164 co TR” September 2,
Dolores Day, Joseph Franklin, John by admeasurement one acre and twenty two perches Abutting and PARAMARIBO AND B.G_ 1961, via Martinique, Guada-
ee Roy peers. Michael Bujan, boundiis or oe souls on ae a Mount yg es iad: pede ny a“ WS. BONATRE..24th September 1951 loupe.
vadla enning, swe Fisher, Oswald north and on the west on lands o rBL rrow & on © eas %
Path tar ae Rn ks Betton on lends now oF late of Mr, john Weatherheea ox hewaver ese the| “ATING XO SRINIDAR AND
Svbil Otherson, and Heather Otherson. same may abut and bound Together with the messuage or dwelling | yy. BELENA—23rd September 105 333
For BRITISH GUEANA } house and all and singular other the buildings and erections thereon | yj ¢° BORKOOP-29tn MA, BosKoor tin deptoniver ie 1081
Cecil Decuitakc “aiicon 'Bbcatvad: erected and bullt standing and being with the appurtenances SOUTH BOUND.
Geofrey Decaires, Tan Decaires, Jacque- Bill filed 2ist December, 1950,
line Defreitas, Violet Lowe, Pertab Dated: the. APiday of WMT TBR | le tell The M/V preys agge tm crganee will “COLOMBIE” 22nd August,
Singh, Charles Giddings, | Harriet Gid- ' Registrar-in-Chancery. seeept Cargo and Passengers for 1961.
dings, Edward Gomes, Clarice Gomes, 2.1 San Dominica, Antiqua, Montserrat, Cailir at Trinidad La
Juanita Hreneiques, Marie Schneiders- er ey Nevis and St. ae Sailing Fri- ng . ao
i ip r ahnaibiaeienrlidloakiee ‘pan mo Gt , e Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
paar ce, “Kemet: foam “aereeaet | Ee oes win AI and Jamalen
a 3 . . ic q 9 ad wi .
Sega a ori CO Hugh Leish- POST OFFICE NOT ICE accept ioak and Passengers for 33
Fiaahow -Prtitine ~, a ete wane Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, Accepting Passengers
nia le eather PI ps Nevis and St Kitts Date of 7 ’
} INCREASED RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS sailing will be notified Cargo and Mail
F , : The M/V. “DAERWOOD" will!
HARBOUR LOG | accept Cargo and Passengers for :
St. Lucia, Grenada, and Aruba,
i } With effect from Ist September, 1951 the rates of postage on par- and Pasdengers only for St ’ \ ( itd
In Carlisle Bay cels posted in Barbados and addressed to the United Kingdom and Vingont, Bete of sailing will kt. M. JONES & 0., LUG,
oe
Yacht) Marealtete Meh. ite “Wontte to countries to which parcels are transmitted through the United King- | BWI - SCHOONER aan AGENS
M.V. Daerwood, Sch Gardenia W.,|dom will be as follows: - meen pata ot o Phone ::: 3814
B. Savin Ading ©, Sci, Cowie &.. To United Kingdom:— veacacmanircctniteg ‘
hy a . . acn tac, ‘ ' ‘
Sch. Enterprise $., Sch. Rainbow M.. | not exceeding 3 pounds in weight 72¢. | LIE
Se Pe etal rs “9 y 4 Over 3 pounds and not exceeding 7 pounds in weight—-$1 08 aes s 2 SSS,
C 4' € » 8 is, 4 | ,
Sch. Mare: Henrietta, Sch, Lucille M Over 7 pounds and not exceeding 11 pounds in weight 1.44 | | ‘
Smith, Sch aeet Lee Wolfe ( Over 11 pounds and not exceeding 22 pounds in weight 2.10 || WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY
is » "4 mM , as y u 4 Wha ’ 4
S.S, Fresno Star, 4,107 tons net, Capt To Countries via United’ Kingdom;— nts on
acre ‘or an wate Pea Add the following amounts to the postage from the | TO FILL, YOUR ORDERS FOR
M. pra, 4 One net, Apt : { a]
Menago, for Trinidad, United Kingdom to destination: — | RITE ‘AD TL and Ti VTS
ld 4 5
| not exceeding 3 pounds in weight-—36 cents | u mM LEA in oO
MAIL NOTICE | Over 3 pounds and not exeeeding 7 pounds in weight-—64 cents
weight... .$1,00 7
Matis for &, Vinrent; Grenada, Trini Over 7 pounds and not exceeding 11 pounds in HE N’ rR AL Mi RW.
dad British Guiana and Jamaica \in Over 11 pounds and not exceeding 22 pounds in weight.... 1.20 Vr CENT’ EMPO

Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets
R. A. CLARKE,

Acting Colonial Pastmaster.
30.8,51-—2n | |

a}

THIS
CAN

CLOSING FOR STOCK TAKING

Wa beg to notify our customers
that wo will be closed for our
annual stock taking Monday and
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 3
to Sept. 5.





BARNES & CO., LTD.












99

“HOPPE
BICYCLE

Demonstration made without obligation.

The BARBADOS FOUNDRY? Ltd.
White Park Road,

LTD.


*
& CO..





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__PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS _ ADVOCATE FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951

Worrell Breaks 3 Records — SAX YASS OUT wo uittt tr











> Nygren, 23-year-old Har- ! rT
ringay speedway star, made his ring and seecred 15 points



















































































































‘ ‘ ant t was ur een le or 1 Lowert se y *
Wal Reaches 1.000 Ri good form scoring 98 no 0 tan. Wn been a on ener __|fimal appearance before returning 45, .< chaiced from the track
atic ott r¢ ac 1es uns: Ha ipeden. Hi: 1 ngden b.tted 1 ok wicket. They were al) a Play yesterday the third and final day in the First Trial Se. Batker 5 by in tenet Sonia at the finish
" ° ‘6 e and declared at 194 f¢ for 150 runs in which Roy Marshall match was washed out after lunch when a heavy deluge|s Bowen 8 1 20 “siyen was well supported by
W i j | Tl 390 in io0 Vins Sn ee re ere ed 1Op-SCER ed, ee Se Et OES covered the wicket with patches of water. Ww ae : Ss lit We aterman England's new
eke e - - We the runs. After 65 minut yattiz vy when Rishton were 44 for 4 The following are the scores:—- C. Wood ¢ Bradshaw b C. Lawless 21K hts Free 13 — Pp tain, and Jeft Lloyd
ain stopped play with the~score w wicke ts. Marshall took all 4 When play resumed at 1.30 & Brenker c (wk: Best) © Holder 20 3 sass Sa SSS OR
August 21 at 95 for 1 wicket ling f vickets for 19 runs in 5.4 overs pm, Mr. C, Taylor Gaplared..Wiis. fe wigs: cut cout 0626s eee 4
Frank Worrell, Rade liffe's West indian professional has now E vo F peg toc ss a5 t Rain robbed. Ss wen ts sure sl ees ease ie L. Mgrttor dak aot bei. 0
broken three of four Central Lancashire League tir + Sune ae eee eon y over SIGeEroo. arwen “"C.,Hunte who had knockec Extras 5}
. ra 5 Lowerhouse played Rishten ¢ ted first and scored 175 runs Mote WhO He FAC ERS up —_— USE
rec ent Clyde Walcott. Fir 5 he beat the League gj; v inwhat = ; Kw Rickards scored 36. Garlick 49 for Mr. C. Tayjor’s side on Total (for 9 wkts. decid.) 198
ecord | ri 1,000 runs midway through the season, very To eee DORE SV CKALUS Severe su: Seat abe Great day was sent, in. to bet BOWLING ANALYSIS
‘ I VOTING 4, v th us 4 tne season, very eresting gan infil ra ie Fleetwood professional caP~ again and retired at !1. While oM R W ANTT- CORROSIVE PAINT
he overhauled the record num 2 of runs foi y past stopped play. Both tea ire tured 7 wickets for 53 runs. When patting for Mr. Keith Walcott’s H King Oke oe
‘ n. and yesterday the third record fell wh en he scored the bottom of the Lez table ar he rain came Fleetwood had lott XT R. Hutchinson who went Pt4dshaw one at
' 4 : ; : Alleyne 9 44 1
his seventh century of the season, the previous best in a ® W!" for Lowerhouse woul ve 7 wickets for 48 runs. third down ir the batting order joider 2 2 84 \¥ e
season being six Bis ee ah agent ae t out ate” 3 i *% : St york not rode beneath a coat of
n average of weil over a Lancashire League Championship with 8 and Atkins 9 nt es 57. Mr K. WALCOTT’S Xi—ist Innings Tron and eelwor ae nae COSTSSS on . ive
i W hopes nish In a tall-scoring game at Todmor- re tei a 1S not out !* cC. Hunte. retired li BOWRANITE. Proof against heat or cold, the corrosiv
thea as ae agg astra soa Weak MULAE daat air he oe noi QUE i, N S Col / fi '¢ hi Atkins who opened had played @ c_ Atkins not out 8 air of big cities, salt spray and sea-water, BOWRANITE
; RIES Tank Fane a Ge ts ‘ ee eee f = ome: — scored all R Hutehiineon out : is used by engineers, shipping lines, dock authorities.
ttrait Lan in put an end to the game. Bu OU" _ @ aicaa not ou
ishire player has done eet Eanbuahire bowled out Bac : AD He RR ON Pe oe TAVLOS ai ish: Sastinde Sires’ 0] and public and industrial contractors everywhere.
H i not out on Saturda 79 rut - had pa ah 7 " ; } A. Taylor ¢ Atkins b C Lawless 35 7
a & e ate at kee Fh hie ae My LE L { Ls Co Hunte iow BD Bradshaw : Total ifor 2 wickets) 85 | YOU SHOULD USE IT. TOO
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pense of his fellow-countryn match. Bowling w great ckill Queen’s College of British Guiana led Harrison College by |# Kidney Iw BP Holder spe 183 oe o M RR W - se Vung attractive comer. BOWRANITE is
Ss i i iffe de- or e*sy cet and mixing hi 9 runs on their first innings when their cricket match ended | "Seo 22 : eee oe made in many attractive shades.
1 for A ; ke 4} ‘ . ; ‘ : . ean Stocked in .
clan eo ; S. spin, he took ickets for at the College yesterday. Queen’s College replied to Col-
R 3 “4 kets for 60 int luding the w ante ot ee lege’s 164 on the first day with 173 for 9 before rain washed SPECIAL FLIGHT ro PERMANENT. GREEN aaa BLAUK and
t epied with 1490 Week who scored 12 Vith fast ao 4 ‘1 ' (Hea es ng
fa relenhee Gris in stopped SAY ge sdey z ae out play after lunch.
i ren 1 I nen i ee oa ve hid ; ‘ James Williamg, Harrison Col- Queen’s College first innings. RRI IS Z IAN in tins of Imperial Measure.
when they starte whi looked a > i : ; > see eS
The dies XI travelled to nominal task, Dooland stood firm 2°8°S slipper, and “number one J. A. Phillips, who was nok aut I H ae ONE GALLON WILL COVER 1,000 SQ. FT.
Soutt last Wednesday to at an awkward time and ccrried Pacer highlighted the day’s play with 14 was the only other Queen’s
pl ‘vale against the loca hi mr oi tee ; n it nis bl ay with an excellent bowling per- College batsman to reach double } car SUA TODAY ast sine ees ere
ta ait Cries A oa oe m ee ee eileen ae “formance. He took seven wickets figures. ‘ Jn AY 1st SEPTEMBER
tea tter botted first and Fyerto Jeekes stil reds 16 : 8 Fo Aart
team. The Tater Y,teed fist and fverton Weekes stil neds 19 for"st runs in 2B overs seven of “At he close of play on Wasfis- (ff -—-Apoly A: SANKAR, Crystal Waters, Worthing WILKINSON & HAYNES E-MAYNES Co. Lid. § Lid.
4 wickets and Ramadhin 5 wic Boe a o cera a eat ane which were maidens Williams day, the first day of play, Queen’s PHONE 8666 ?
The West Indies gave the crowd a | Be Sree ane ere was accurate and got the bail to College were 73 for i, with Lee
nd. exhibitic of vattir bv East Lanecshire with onc point turn on a good wicket 40 not out and Jackman 31 not o.. j 59395699 EEA CEFF SOPPSO
gecoring 390 run n 160 minutes. behind Nelson clach on Saturday W. I. Lee and L, A. Jackman, Scores
Everton Weeke ored 1438. Clrd n their re-urn matct star bats for Queen’s College, QUEENS COLLZOGE'S—Ist Innings
Walcott 105 and Marshall 52 played fine innings of 71 and 64, W. 1. Lae c&b C. W. Smith oe a ; is
Walcott 1.000 enabling their team to go past t Xe acoooen eee Hari ONC E A GA IN IN
Other Games Clea Walkout with 7a-not Harrison College’s score Ww. I J. A. Williams 64 ;
: a wes alcowt with [2 no. ow. Lee and Jackman’s second-wicket G A- Lee lbw. J. A. Williams ° V y ’ 2”
ae - cane — Es a : ; Se oe a a . aa partnership of 130 runs was the ¥ a od Js fess Pane é DON T Ss TO ¢C Kh
, Bis ie , aay - bg only fruitful partnership in the £. E. Mongul run out 0
A. F. R. Bishop ¢ (wk Harrison
; nr b Williams en 4
M M Moore l.b.w q 4 ji liams 2
| They ll Do It sere Time wt § pe te B Jimmy f Hatlo | | N. Lee b J. A. “Wiliams 8 ENVY STRIPED SHIR’ Ss \G
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1 UD u kl'GI S HAKIIADOS ADVOl Ml. PAGE TIIK1.K 3.,. ;yB %  ii Speaker Wi7< Present Prizes %  %  HIS HONOUR Mi K iitO.ii l Teeth Loose Gums Bleed B I i i i %  %  umber mgt.i \li Huaoandi he ateo riven tn the I'lub in St ring lb* Urges' pointi i u (In it made by M I 1 Bnalu %  he *iil % %  go the lea* . Lirg**t number ul point Lucy. I* Amosan B rr Prrrfc— Trtmth Kmml* You pay no more for {ho U.K. Gathers Funds For J'can Homeless 12:1 1 •rnmant't donation ol C28O.OO0 I %  The biggest .i broadcast lo the I State ECJngke town m Jamaica, ju"t while the \u Lion Army and other volun,h ^ J 'Hig* Kingston Aided Hy Small* Kingston By DAN HILLMAN OM-UFON-TUAMIS I %  • miing help lo K Jamaica. Munev | i^erceU are being hurriedly MM lo thousand* of Jamaican*. Rom tha 1 aopla of the Thi taidi had lo* new money tor Jamaica itumcamdisaster reached EngAppoall li IMU banana and other crop-. UVI | tlll i t h,,|, t l.iM Ha i.l K th Afeu? International Suga r Agree in en I Needed Now DURBAN \ A new Intel 1 liately, balUvai Mi w. ElamnuuK] %  ,)., .-1 .... %  %  13 hava *i I,.whole lubjeel "1 a new International A n raised again and there M strong (celii apreUminar; ad by the latanvaUona* killed and 2M To .1 Ordinary r'ulk* %  ., H r rm hove a!i London ra 1 gdonYa duly to ports of K surround -tumid be ... • pricey ruling In Ihl "? Jf"* %  which, ba 1,5.000.000 10.000 rendered ba lees; appeal to nee Uonal Agreei %  %  %  .. Intern and financial help and ask yOu A V> Urn now he add I Agret %  1 helping the burw ; x, %  %  the Salval %  I %  % %  fappeal aa ] Agre* Rorari ami ir 1 i om> Ian ivaant ii.it CoundUoi Sin. i was already growing. More than a ed than 1300 bad Brat M h i-ii.-tilv pruned house* in Ui ' %  to establish an equllrms lo ilrerai* bhrtory, which made UH tighter 11 -HI P. tn from the 1 island. An\iel\ Allavcd 1 per off* %  Riled with inquirie Man) J-othei appeal tor fund*, Idling of 'he Army is making in r to the I intrysi'k Office mil_, 1 lu1 resa their anxiety Ueksi m 1-ondon iva added their tog home the point %  urgently for fund '* %  naaaa, ror lion. 11. ,, %  A %  K iyable to the J I ">' sudden ihock to toga deatructlon of crop, .., %  "'* '* Brtlain. Ir Bank, l.'-i * r .fflih' ,hL (-„l.nL.,1 -Yo, wlU all ha* KrrWaS wh* %  %  •"k ', u „XTd mpathv pre**. In anotboi loading ...:.... %  "•'''"'}* %  ' %  Hninin ;il :. I %  .! %  of protluetum in nil 'h. %  I'rriiiaturr Horn Bab) W&ghi l.llhs Ihtxlur* f i-hi Tu Sunll BeasonaMo Terms "All lh.it %  Africa ot %  It indie:<(> men) doi I %  %  afawnaliiiU At Ki Udhall, Mayor and the Borough I i Mr A. ft. Norn-, vawhod ll eontributlonj rolUng in magnhleent." said the Mayor. Ai the town'i public I %  %  . %  . ... and urrungcmenl* awra bei | \„made for packing els to Jamaica lundl for J|i pmcni 1 1 %  VVN. Aim *> With the chana %  1 1 half pn 11-I ,1 Mi %  v ftaporu 1 ,.HI lodaj n till alive the .\ J'CANS WENT TO i .K. (>\ BAM VW BOATS WIN i \ \i"i > in KI ll h'\ //'!// th kug -> %  %  in, arc worrying T <"ii IIM-' uies -ii I l erop baa \ tllC'l It1 Colonial .11 to gc fur thc of w\u MI an i'i,i knujoa lad fi 1 ,. 111a km .. %  litan %  % %  .ui*. in Bo I approacha man) rum %  %  ~ 1 1 Inquirta 1 1 prolo ...uiti I uiuinii and than 1 Jariwl • us wtu aaon ba naming •bm %  '. who %  'ii alTori II hava boohed in Vhattva 1 11lnl.1l in ieis 1 .line lo V"ii:l-m' r... ii oan la (lie furt Iha l*avlna whicl U rt Jan b* (••" %  iii< %  %  tha nean trip .nit but ip '' %  Greater Experience eluding the Mr. James Seeretiirv. both cc-ii' "Because of tl •faith an were %  tha bilati ind Cuba Your A 1 mi which Ihe iliree nnl minimum Th'" 22 year-, old Friiiullv Crirkt'l roport ' %  "rUcla, ;. %  ,;„.*;'•'*"*. goes tO 1 [, i %  ' < such , a Job M BauBhuad'i Klngal itu n town 1 mill... Ion of only i--d 41.000. as ngainM thl %  I %  "' people of Kingston. .1.,,,. %  "Little" Klngaton I .1 8 , H t| r W |th the 'Hlg" KmgM..u >d 11. tin. Caribbean an i %  the appeal will undo A friendly division has been %  li*allep|aii' \ hr great. %  %  %  R five all adlata help have int to R* 1 Croai 1 %  .1 Antigua tl %  11 dlr\r<-* iii a .! % %  %  1 K f'.un. th;.l reports what It Sir Harolds Appeal Sir Harold which %  London track blou A hurricane unprecedented in its 1 formed BU 1 %  %  It 1.obvlo a that thi %  Ctdl oho the country lute ir.i ''tor ituadaraneld wesi and Bevei %  .„,, |e> Baxtei Conner\ 'raliva da Colour Bar In L.K. LONDON \ 1."1 Ifambai of i kod tha Oovernmani t<> itivcitigjte clam body thai colour bar operate* in some Government di 1 Donald Wade. Liberal Member for Hudo%  and Bev< game start-. nUI Bej %  %  1 Qreena 1 itry. Hut j It was poo* B %  1 I • 1 %  (hie tl N.'t Aeceptuhle I Mi. Haw the dra 1 %  acecptal ,1VS l< 11 that the 1 Mayor sMpeOaifa Town Qerk i. . aaeanii %  porten but thai there was objection to non-whit* labour lUonj including Camd Town. Broad Street and St Paneras. The Board oi Trade has olour bar acuiity for the %  ...th • "" approval %  C nt in in %  %  %  ,'.t %  dapai %  Nor in" of the that peo. lOUSh taken mio aceounl whi %  ad 1 Int 1 %  it would pletelj tnvidw riatMns ... dark The Police hope I .,, the 1 %  %  %  T --_ 1 TT. . •• %  •_. W-J — 4 knii.Ac UIU1 nMVhlX KUUfcl III tilt .1 %  oW Ot vudt lo Britain, I regi duty to brim: thli n ,p "' unfort Bishop oi Jamaica From Ihe Bishop of leading the lalanoc ofl Ihe mainl-iul. MUM tbft A p] Gordon, One oflieer aald this avaral London m nvict, from (Tueadayj ihal "at ilia momei 00 to $1,000. we aie_ onjy Nowhere in lha world is MM ahv do :' ol BBal ironing more rigid then at PAA. and no airlina in the wcrld has as much experience in 1 I aWraaVri NEW YORK FJ.I ana a>oa leghti by I fi • %  Ami, the lll.H|til.l~.n Set lien vt\ big I' I 1 "I"' I o. ... ,.-a .... .\vk UVMI! lo* ..,.,. 1 %  ..1 kadhuj Rnott H Europe-India-The Orient Regusu omce I -sn.i., 1 1 I u 1 I ihe l%  % %  %  I lighrj hi del Ii, %  >"i First around the world, Pen American now provides regular Clipper service la II countries and colon.* on six continents. Vou literally can fly PAA" noil anywhere. ui a* WOULO'S MOST IXfERICMCIO AlRLt.lt PANAMEMCAIY HOMO AMHArS 2ft. teased * rtlon leading 'd.e elands %  -ul 1 ported %  MOJ daj I %  a houn L h n hist.uv nf the Viuad lo thai ;-med immeoiafiv he I'olic undH of people i and. an i i eported 'that* Prison 00 rhi rreiias was found dead, Ins the propo iKjdy buttered to a pulp. Urnn Every spoonful gives you more and more energy and fitness! I -.••-• a %  i Of Kepler |..i you %  rich rHantlas A *nd D. r e\*oridr workers. l| Veilih and freedom fror" O Ml, children-ill iftould itirt KEPLER' a BURROUGHS WELICOM i


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1 lim\Y, AUGUST 31. 1*51 BAItllADOS ADVOCATK PT.ASSTFTFn ADQ %  • %  BI.H SWW.% IOH BENT l'\f.I M \ : \ TILVMOMI 1I0 Dfl li "ni.ci. %  JI. IBSI a 1 Ph.l.p .V ft hi -'-..r re deuce %  rg.nald IM Bovcll Haeew-ood Gwendolyn Mahon. Eliu WMNiRiN wood 'daughier-ui-iawi. Dudley Mehon Even wood .grandchildren. American gaper i pl-eee copy IN MEMORIAM M.I.\M |a .-..„, m ,fr.oiv dear Anuonrtt* Callendar wh• %  ,-i IBM %  With all > UI laboun elan* And all %  Take %  .!. Mre. Am K-.it,.. 31 %  t *kii in loving memory n( Char]** rl. who did on Jttfi IUO Th* pan.. .( d'ntialr paM M Ml, Ai.d Mel Ling warfare ilmrd al last M U ix.iir Wrriu-t Earl* .Wit.. cilWn and MRn 'Snai-.. Drum ai-d Clan. 31 %  SI—In Wton.in Loan Eshibn.-n. Barbados "i D> Pitdix Hal Aui.u %  H tm TAKE NOTICE PYREX Thai OOlfWQ OLAM WORKS. corporation of the siI %  • how trade or bualne.. ;.ddr. la |. Walnut Sti.. %  Ufa: ISA. hai allied lot the 1 nf ,i irade mark in Pan' "A*" of Hcglat*r in re.pect of gI. a. fla, and v-.ll Or enllll.u • i Ihr HIM after iinr inont.i i Ihr 30th day o.' August :M1. unit FOR SALE I .-(. gde a V 4lr Maw ... Saadai.) % % %  •Imam e*aBraV fa .a aaa irerk-dia KEAL EST.iTh UOUSES 8 ..• %  m-.t Frlda iha Tin AUTOMOTIVE CAM -Morn* a ( | U,-. 413* CAM-OB* Vauanall -Vaaco. 1BB8St •alel En.el.rnt condition Low mil*( Dial—**I8 Court*.C*alag* ..i ••"* containing I rawing r**•n. two bodrooitx. k.tehen. I"V*I. Handing or. :wo itjtJi Military Raaad. Buah Ha.! I n apaBUon an application PFOROOM -n,„ i i; %  able For particular* Phone 30 I M-S-i *a*w. naatNtt. S. %  r ClTH Stout* If %  Bl—Tn Michael rourt of a hour, ol W|| m .„,, j^ p roi forth** particular* and cer-iHi..,. %  a apply to— HUTCH US RON A MASrtFl.n Jam*' Street MB Sl-on CLIFTON TERBArE-T. an approY.... %  %  i iiouee. upper Bar * utpoatte Y**M and Aqu.ti*Clube rV.i •>' %  • •0t>an l ,ne*. App.. on aiaaaaafc n •lilt I t mm %  : %  >• nil > CAM Oar Dod|rhtn .vndllnn No rtannibM ..ffr. rrfuMd Phonr *M n, wpl> B'do1 Aanriaa. Lid U 1.91 t ll 1-. :.-,.. i puoiac romp*tilian at thnr 0*Vr. MB i Um tr-*1. Brldarlottn. on Itlday thr l*ih day of Irnirmbr. IMl ,u t an IMC COTTAGr (;.n SHOT Mandtro rr SOaf -qi.arr frrt .,( ,„. arti.ui.i., II* Marbaoo. AdjuatM < lab. i,^,ih.: with i>.r Coud.ul and Aortt of ihr f Trrrar*. rwVl %  vfeMBBI Ph %  I.H i ( %  GOVERNMENT NOTICE? < ••niH'iK.alnait fmr Brin.h IrttrrrtL I,. r renrh Nati.titalaard CM* And rirrtri.tl> 1 ndrtlaknu. AM Ai -..•.. aVWIBHU "1 li.-' r. IrrUnil *nj ttvr OovBtiUMBQI "f ihr Frftnh Republic rvtbURf lo Ihf Ifrmii of cotr.' | lor Bnii'Vi LnHra Brikiah IMrttMaMi Who -tr* lh prnrnl ownn ot such inicmu ami a i i claim compcn'Jlion mmmi the Aaio*>fn->nt MQ further (nforrr-rtlon Mbout Ihe provtstons M thr Aftfcmrnt and ifw procedure for the suomiitsior. o( claim, thrrcunrlr, on a| i a ih.Colon ml Svrreury't Offtce. The French Government hvr acreed to in amendme"! .he Arreement to provide for :tn %  MBBBaM of the time-limit for the ubminion of dec1aratjon<< of acceptance, until the Uth September. 1851 31B51-2n. GOVERNMENT NOTICE %  D i 28 which utl day, *0th AuSUBt. IMl. 2 L'nd.'t thi< Ordi-r the maximum r~t:.i! a|L|B| Cemenf ARTICLF FtriAll 1-ftKF c not more than > *2 5 per bog Of 9 U, 30th Atkfll BABBAtMII TAKE NOTICE CArt Urop-hrad convriilbtr Fotd V-a in g*ed condilion H>draulical.r vprialrd 'ood Rlnaj K a NkfhiMIi 3MS brtsr•, li a m and 4 p rr. • ll l I.-. %  M.rhar ..u)-hina| Barba I aaleM (i.np .inu arrvaaaAiaa on-oani avt*in-alri> nan an air •• app,,.. ,. fWm pnonr Mra a M if CHANCERY SALE nawiiiiy, i M'fTOR BVKE ThA H^uarr Mol-r b*kr Mo nawnablr oflrr raruaa, Appl> C Sjwiwr, (inl. Ko-1 Mni-*irr JrM 3D a H—3n. SJII-I LI. ,'..I.J •4K Dtal—4414 3* I 31 dn ilt in racrllriii conDpabji t^ilo ai Sadaa Fluid %  '"• 'aia..h.|#i* A.I. 3.0OBOT. Vauahall Wy*f* ii no t.ltoaa. taa Mill. .... I TO 1". IV., m w aQIl-fm TMr OU Coir A Co Ltd Ba> A Hnaai 3 a it r>i r fuithri pawahMlan ..,. %  caKv.i %  t aalr. apa>l, (o — COTTIJ:. CATF>>KU a. oa 3i a %  v.iiv.v %  jhipmi l Janv Na Btmaaleu oai ihr araaa. w.th an (ttnvrnirnrr* Ap|>i> C I %  %  *** Mill I That vrti daairablr boalnaaa pratniao kiwn M No at Swan StirH axup>lni % %  .ii a n, inn aqu-r. Nat ,.] ., a. aiMin F S Nlrholla • pruprrl %  W:,..11 I Hi 0,.pllct ent> of this vessel during her slay ot this port. R. W. CH1SI.F.TT. Master. S I' MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD Agents. 31 8 51.—3n. %  %  an App TMrlv* lluifr Pnwr Hralt.-iit •rttad 11 .i Dial KLKCTRICAL r'KPitlOF.R.VTciH i,.,-i... ; ell V St.A mamifactuiv Nrw Courla*} ItaTBH Dial 44,18 MUM an. FURM1VKE —i up to Public rtiday si.i AuaiiD mi I p m at thr "rn.e of thr u'Nrtalanad. CARHI.NOTON A SF-AI.Y a I -iln t.e undr-atcnad wilt olTat lor aalr ai their .imcr. No tlltl. Snarl Hurt,.lib Oa. of Sapirmbrr. IMl, al 1 Hie de!lni(ho,iaa> k r, MJ s:> ••: VIL1X. with ii The -air* alandi and rant uadBf) bv admo.i.ui maul 4.Bfdl aqu^re fr> t Or Ihrif.ii,., -nd ih. „,.t -l>..iuilna. Hiarrt.i .,. on Ihr Bra. al llaallnaa, Chrut Crtun (.aj.xnlna Hotel Ho>al In.peciin,, au day racrpi luml. ea-Pawn iha IKKLtd if MOD and HELP ~ac IAI1V r. r %  i 1,1in ni I I'UISOX \l ptara •liiiini thr i • jle ,, r%  m.t ? p m lot (nr •um ..i..i <•> %  %  mtil t..ld Full o-" JAMBB ABTITfB TVTyOM MFMT-1S tUMDi'T I AU THAT rrHain | Hall i,. ihr pariah of Saint Tnmra. BIM| %  "l Three Hood* wi>|lnn IVrchr nr n> UM FAdMrr M.u>,i i %  ii Unda tormrii. of M.lhxai.l Cltal .•Utr of William Bmall. daraaaad, o.. land,%  H ihland I'% %  %  %  | i' ir" %  %  1'iildiilaii and rrrctlona Ihrnro.i i-itatT rBicr Ai.oae a • Bah Hit, r„.( jam saasi an MISCELLANEOUS CAMEHA Kodak at, Aa New. pur. mr hundred dollara rill. Kniihta Ltd ty Phanoacy. ll.i.Bl-T T N KTR'-ALANI. Fl-IJ.Cn BRUSHES-Mew ihtpmmt. all hind. Fuller Bruthra mcludtnii Lad in Drlallecomb*. Grnt'a llrl.llacomba, Tooth Lruahei. Dental Plate Bru.he.. Complexion Bruihra, Baih Bruahct. Comb Cleanera. Manicure Bruabet. fowdri Prmhei. FIOOT Scruba. Plta-e Bowl Bruihea. and many other. H P CHEBRMAN ACO. LTD Middle Street Diitiibutora lh-1 33*1 11 • 117:1 The undrrwaned will ofler for Sale .it public competition ai thaiOffice. No IT Huh Street. Bridgetown on I> ul.i. ma it'ii day vf Septrmhrr. mi at I pre The two-atwinl Dwrll'.nshouae known aa "CON1STON". ith lha lai-i wh-re.. %  jivda and thereto belonainti rontaimiia; by adaMaaurrffient a.*K aquarr ferl or thereabout!, imni.' IMh Avn.ua Hellevi.le. Ml Mlch-el faaparUon Bj ..i>BH>intmein with MM I. I. Toppin, Jth Avenue. Dial ITSi For further partlculara and COIMIIIIOIII of Mle. apply to: — COTTIJ;. CATFOBD co. Ml 31— N V D iior.r* ,ii I Matlhla. a One <3> ACT building A Mi f-vy Gardeni Pine Pla I iha Cily. apot of land at Maawell iltea wilh 70 ft frontaae and IM ft. depth al kOawell reaaonabl pnee per ] ft. Contact B. A Bro-.kv at Ounoon Bockley or Phone Bill be iwaan —11 30 am. or 14 p m If you want to buy. •eli. or build Ml 11-Sri PAIN failea right out whan you take v-orda AflPKO aellon I* aate and rffectiyr A5PRO rellrya. Bkachr -Haad,che--pairn In th* Hn.be and JotnU— FrverKhneaa Ramember Ihrre If only one ASU-BO IB l.ll lln THRU Motor Car Tyre, and Inner T'U'> Duiilop 800 1 Contact C OTVwit Wn Fogiily Ud Mll*a(e >W 3D 8 M -li I will nfTer for aale by Public Con-acltthH! al n. office VICTORIA sTHEFT ..r. nttDAY Slat Aug.i.t at 1 p m 4047 q ft land tvHh ihe dwellingi ralhtd KABLVIM.i; Saoonera Hill eotilalriliui cloaed tfallerv. druwtni and dlnlm room, bedroom down.tatr.. I bedrrom. upauira. W C and balh, rleclrlc Itlhl and waler. renu lor 830 00 per month For condition! of Mle apply In R ARCIiri'. McKFN7.IF.. Ml M 4. Auctioneer The underallned will ofei lor ale by public . of ihe Pariah of Saint George of th.i.l.nd lo cauae lo be introduced ii.io the L|lalalura of thli l.Und a BUI aulhorlilna Ihe laid Con n i.-lonera to;-iai Inrieaie Ihe aalarv of ihe lnapee. lor of Hllhwaya ol the Mid Pariah lo a aunt mM aacrrdina* £180 per annum, and %  % %  li .'aae that travrlliua aliowanc* ..I the laid In.pertnr to a ium not exceeding £100 per annum The laid Incrraaea to have elect fiom the lit day of Aptu 1M1 Dated thla Mth dav of Aiuj'.iat. IB31 CAHKLNGTON A SEAIV %  aiMleri for Ihr Com ii. i Nanei PY mitrucllon! received from thr %  nat Solicitor 1 Kill -ell by public .ctlon on Wrdnraday next 1th September 1 8 p m on Iha ipol al MeCI'an Land Inllun'. x Bond eue double f..(rd tiOtaae lie IB a 10 and M %  It With kitchen re Mid belonitaf t tha data ol trurilla Albertm* CurUhT. deed D-ARCY A Sl-OTT. Clovernmenl Auctioneer I. '.I Sn SEA WELL APRIVAJLF, — %  > BW I A T HH'TISH I.IIASA Q Coopei. Mother P Hai niigtun Mother Ml C Ca.lagei A Mel Villa. R Melville, f. GnaveI I'... OBau. E Burrowea. M Burrow*.. I 1. nrh. C Fraaar r Hardwk-k and a it ....v.i i r*M TR.NIOAD seilo.h.11 DoUtngi Wilfred Aleiandei I %  .• Irlker :.a„ lr.,i i .... . lohn Ooelbnirhl Ami tl Urn li Bealrirr Ann > I'plirld. Annie Oa-tlvle Kat.,,. Olio M. latin. I Ma.ul ,i lug %  I .1 I., . iHTARTUrtrs HII W | A Fdl TRINIDAD Werran Ban net I Luclla Caaaa. Jorg Ci aaa, George Akil. Ib.lieri Akii. Heanley i .. Mariano l*e-Fue l^ulaa Ura-.ee Kai.ali. Hatvonai KawaU, r.rlhika Kawall PQVIII. Lawranaa, Alian l-.-irnCe. Frank Mayer. Ji*in Maver>. I..n Mayen. Helen Mayei. i.. Bfaadaa Arcainr. Flford Mallett toll FlolMac. Curt Patei. '.,,.. M.i,.. Mu.l Howard nuaaell. Perm' NuaMl', Buily Ruaaell. Nellie Skinnar. Colin Bak>y. Hlnkee Jotv A'tong. Beverlev Aicong. Muriel Paul, i n.Joacph Franklin. John l...mi !" PJo) Bun.* r Mtrh.el Bu|ai* lidla Je lining Oiwald Flahfi Otwald l.-hei mr LouH Crowley Ham Bailey s-i.u iHhr.^.ii and Healbrr Oiheraon Pi I nitrrisii CI'IANA Caell Decairea. The I inn Deralrea OOOata Daealraa, Ian Decanea, Jacquetin. Defrritai. Viatel Lowe fr.Ui, • mgh. Charte. OlddtngHarriet (aid iimgi. Edward Oomaa. dance Ooaaaa, Juniiita HreneMlue. M-ne Mrhnrulria inann. Maria fimne.. FJIIIII Hi.flian. % %  . Hawklnl U*n I ri.hman. Hufh I*l.li man John Pbllllpa. Doroth. Pntlllp* leaner Phitllpa. and Headier lldlllp. MBMaaallMiaa in c. illie properly of lh# defendant' lo bring BBM, tii..uiueni< and Biiddetown %  MU aa i-j-Ttaai tfi eape>tiveh mharwitr m*h lee and he di>piiyed ol all .Mum' rt.im.nrd hi MM en MBl Tuaadav ck in th* afternoon ai th* BegiIhe rath dav ..I September IBM inked arenrding lo the nature >.ad oi hnwevei rV-r UK um* mpy abut ami nmi.1 Toa*ther wuh the m.tuag* % %  • dwrlhng hOM.r and all and .ingular other th* biuldinfa and erec lion, thereon erected and built •tan.ling a<>d being wilh 'he arpurBS1 SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships aot i Mm.i NI> I Ut NFIJtON N i IU'ISEII ''AN iiiALijwnrn i APY BODmn w CONBTNUCTOR %  OTV MI N.. I III II..I Ml sail. Meal.e.l jo Aua S>|H IB Sept m Bapl in Ori P A.ut | — II S,-pl M epi Sale* it. • %  -.>... 4 sen as Alii*** Bail* Aailtaa Baikaaa. I-....4... R..i.r. I ADY NFIflON 18 kept II Sept 37 a*p< 1 ADY BODNtY Bll II OtT 17 oVt M on 1 No.r Thr MV. -t'ANADIAN rONRTTlUCTOK" ii cd M arrive I'M.,l*>ui 0W 4Mi September, acceplina; car** for Si Llieu. 3f Johft. IIAII1IA1II1S In t OFFICIAL NOTICE ,(11111118 *"• e.ta .ilTeelina the pruateH % I eiein. ,.. |. :. na Bll -.. ml < HI' i.i be eiaminrd b> me on an ,., n.e af W nvaan a bWon Hie Mlb day of Septei ked acrordii g 1. I HI. I ta i GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Aganta. KOVAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. 'rur properly of the defendant! to bring abUBM artUl Uasaf wilneaea*. docunemand vuucMra Tu*>da< I.I rnday belwaan th* hour* af 11 noon and nation OfBcr. Public Biildi-IBiMar' bar. IMl in order tha.u-h claim* i> B* reported on other-wit* a,n-h will be preluded from th* benefit, of any dart** and b* aaalnut Ih* .aid proper! 1 1-1 AINTUT EDWIN IXE BELL DEFENDANT JOHN WESLEY BELL AU. THAT certain piece ..i parrel of Mrnd altual* at Slewait > Hill in lb* pariili ol Bl John and l.Und ol Barbed.afor*aald ennlalning hou<* and all and alna elected and bull! atan Bill filed 9IM Derember. IHO. Datrd Ihr Mlh day of July. II •outh on land* ot Ma I —.1 OB lamb of Mr i let* or Mr John W. .., I I., .,.,1 f ,,-iher A bum n PMaaaunt Plaatai-,". on th* n L Barrow and on thr eaal 'hrrhead oi howavar eiar th* ih Ih* mr.M.ig* .w dw*IUng POST OFFICE NOTICE INCREASED RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMEIt l have bean la*iri.cl*d uv th* Water fork. Dept to Ball -t their iti. Adinii B Boll I S. I lr.nkl>i. I> It Bttl DOftac ) |,-lae S B llmiibow M Sch Ambeiiack Mac Brti I FilnM-U. Sch Rataarene. M %  Tur. Bl h M ,. M*nrlru. I .,,11* Iai Smiih. s. i, MBBtW B**aB WoU8 ARHIVAI s I I %  I BU 4.101 ton. nrl. Capl BOWM fi" I-. fluaira \l \ Hera 1.314 lOtM i %  < lp ||g nn. for Trlnldmi MAIL NOTICE MaUa far Bl. VI.. -nl. Orenad. Tilni. da.i BB. .11-" Oulan.. and Jamaica i kt ndad by Iha R M S Ladv N*laon will rloard at th* Qencral Poal Ofhce aa IBDAV th* 1th September ..I Soptember IMl RegiHarfd Mail e rr end Ordinary Mall at B a m on "•* of Sept*mb*e |A| With tffact from lit Sepieml.i'1 mSl the rates of pala^BfJI on parcels. post4'ti in Harhados mid jfllllBBIi il tu thi Voiled KlnBdom ami to countries lo Whldl pstlTtll are inn-mtlled thrnuieh the United Kinn(l*'"i will Ir i led KlRtfdom;— not ex.-reiiiiifci 1 ixmnds in 0\-er 3 pound* End not exierillnf 7 poundIn Over 7 pounds and not eXceedihK 1) t'-niiiil 111 Over 11 pounds :n,.l not BW M dln| H pouM tl in.i i in rniiiil Kihddom — Add UMJ folloWUig aVfliOUriU l4 Ihe postage from lh< United Kingdom to destination:not exrfMdlnc 3 pounda In I Ovei a pound! and not exea>dliiE 1 poundl In wetBhi 64 cent* Over 7 pounds and not excfttduiE 11 pouhdi In wtishi Over II pounds and iwt exceeflmg 22 po.tnds in weight H A CLARKE. Acting Colonial Postmaster. 30 I 51--? rlghl lb icnf 1.10 WE WOULD WBLGOMI THE RTUNITY TO PILL Youit oitDi.KS fUm • •#### %  # %  / n:\iP in Oii. n/ IIXTS THE 0 i \ ilt IK 0 WPOIIII M Corner ol Bread aV 1 udor Streely, FURNITURE AUCTION Hammond lo aell by th* Furniture and Effect! at BlrathIKHlen HI Bt MlcnITmildll 5h Septembeat 11.30 a.m. B n Sum .,u.i !" -,.m —. Rack. Cheat ot Drawer., P*.r-. Lena Open Bookcaaa. Cofla* Table.. Dt.ung Table. >2 Dining Chair.. 1 Tl*. Wagg-n. Tea Tiollay. Round Tip-Top Table.. II MornChair. Wrlliru; Table. Telephone sid^.a.. Lu i*raaa. Drewlng Table* with Single and Triple Minor.. Chrel ol Draw.. plant Standt. Towel Bella, Tun Chair. Pr. Singl* Beda wuh Vono Spring.. Carved Single Bed. Double Bed ALL THE ABOVE IN fcAHOCANY 1 Lpholatered Couch*.. EWc MJrdatur* Grandfather Clock, in oak aaaSBaj. Table and SUndard Lamp*. Carpata Cordea Oct-atonal Table*. Walnut S*d*boalO. Several Pair.. lined Curtain.. %  excellent coi.dltior •'" %  ; 1 ridge. .mall". Btalned D-al Wardrobe.. PillowI ., Rug1 Medicine Cabi0M Iprigbt Chair. ayg*g Cupboard. GUaaware. Hand Pam-.ed D* !" rri Set Hand Pamtrd Te. BBS, Chu a. l-ars* Colled Ion C*t AlumuiLim Pot* and IfJBC KIWhen VbrnMte. Preeeura Cooker, Kitchen Tablea. Several Spring Filled Mattcrta**. Cloth*. Bartet .targe. Fire Ex. r Large Plated Brewing Tray. PkM-d Card Tray. Mlac. BtrvaBra Ded "F HAMMF-I NOTICP. lance with Hut* B lo f*Tve on th* Oo>rnlrn! ie Club, a Secret Ballot will Wednesday. 5th September i (Tub House. Beck let Boad. houra ol 4 00 and 8 (O p m P POTTER. Hony Secret, r Lewi* • put i nai Gable Roofi and ahedroof covered wnn Gi.hrai.iae rron and corrusaled nor. poling, .landing on land* of Goodland .i llneiiiiarte* lo Deac-in. Road Bel* J o'clock Term. Caih BRANKKR, TROTMAN t CO. Auction**" II n 51—dn Alwell. T A'mu. I' Blenchrlir | %  Burke. I Daah. L Edghill O E Fatter. L. E c:..dcUld. S OlIIMlBBli D. GreenldB*. G Gr*a*ild|e'. L Hoyo*. W F Hunt*. A C I Johnaon..C Marahall, O V AUCTIONEERS cm. A F 8.. F V.A Phone 4640 Plantations BuildiDg TAKE NOTICE VICTORY Thai FOTHEBMIILL *V IIABVFV IMITED B'Ulth Companv. Manuwtorera. whoa* trad* or baaagaaggg ddreia ia llarve*l*r Hmie* 37 Prle. Str**t. Manrh*et*r 1 Ensland. hai •rp-rd far Ihr regl.tratlnn of a trad* nu.rh in Part 'A of Brgl.ler Ml iftprrf drill, bring pl*c* aoodi wholly or maUilr Ol coMon. and will be *htitkfd to rrgmrr the 8SBM alWl traea the 3Mh dav nf Aakfual IML Nileaa tome e*Taan thatl In IM nrirUm* give notice In BBSS". at my offlc* of ofpoa.t'"The tndr mark Cm li-' r*rn on application it my oBVe Dated tut. Mth day of AuffUM. IMl H WIiaJAMS RiMiairar ol Trad* Mark* yt n •! In TO-DAVS NH. FLASH TAKE NOTICE TEX-SHRUNK That Domlnutn Trillhr Compan> Limited, a corporation ol Ih* Dominion .,: Cai*da. Manulaclureri. whoa* trad* or builneaa iddie.* la 710 VlclorU Sqn'i' Montreal. Canada, ha* applied dor Ihe i*|l.lratlon of a .trade mark In Part 'A Ot KrKlater IB n-!pe* Of cotton t* title f.btlc. and will be rntitard In register the aim afl*r one ir onlh In" BM Jtth day of August IMl. unl**a some peraon .hall in ibr ii-eanlim* gi^e %  .->t %  •. in duplicate bi me at my office of oppoalHun of PaCti rrglilratlon. The Hade mark can br .ecu on .pplicaUon H Bl gea Mlh day of A.,g.i*. IMl II WILLIAMS. Iteflitrar "f Tr*d* Mark. 30 I 51 4i> TYPEWRITING EXAMINATION POSTPONED TB* M.CX. Bonk lor the young crick*!** Cardrlbaataana b %  evaral of th* leading cricket ri of th* day With iologur If Sir Donald Bradman II JOHNSON'S STATtOTTEBV i UtAP MIBBOMHi ia Juat *peneat by JOBNION H BARDBABr OIUIM Al soi VI:\IHS GUIs. Curios. Jewels \ lit Mlllc IvOTY. -.Ikt:te Elf.. Etc. THAN I'M I'r. Wm. Hr*. **t. T: Dial 34M G. A. Srrvice'i THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY Tell me trhnf you Itke, and I'll fell jon what you are H >k.r: tdn E'-KI food HI lixe Gas for Cooking LISTEN TO THIS IV YOIT CAI!! 10XQIEH DEFECTIVE III. \ IS IXI. II llll THE NEW HEARING AID LET US HELP YOU overcome your hearinq diflimltiev We will chart your hearinic loss and fit you with ihe exact typeot HEARING AID belt %  II-I-.I to ytiiir IIMIIVIIIM.II need. COMPLETE WITH KATTERIKs niid no heavier to rarrv than B ci*:areite ra.i'. (.uaraiiteed hy the Makers aeainsi defect in manufacture. TeAt and Demonstration made without nhlifratlnn. Dial 42fffl for Appointment. MAXXIXI. A CO.. LTD. (m\ CL0S11IO FOB STOCK TAKINC Wi bag to notify our austoiaara thai, we .111 be oloaed for our annual stock taking Monday and Tuesday and Wodneaday. Sept. 3 n Sapt. 5. K BARNES a CO.. LTD.




ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. 1951 Rlof : FIVE CENTS

Ameriea Fails To Break

The Oil-Grab Deadlock

U.S. Abandons Efforts. Ce NEWSoIN
To End 5-Month Crisis | Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund BRIEF





















WELL over another thou Mr. & Mrs. W. 8 S$ 10.00 ;
sand dollars yesterday kept Mrs. BM. Parris 5.00 rugs: Lue new
TEHERAN, Tran, August 30. the Advocate Jamaica Relief “! a ° ‘ i ine Lot
‘THE Fund in the steady step of __ F tay stop
mounting economic crisis on its home front, “$1,000 a day” which started “— Police nave sei fire to va
after talks by the United States Ambassador _& Tuesday. The fund is now 200,00 JJ of hashish; new governmen
six days old, and is well on ced Bo RTE EN NI
Henry Grady with ton Government officials here, the way towards the $5,000 50.00 anggvelliie tae uiilicenced in
has failed to break the British-Iranian deadlock att Sale dace ote i me pojt.of drugs, A drasac ei
over the operation of Iran’s vast oil industry. PAST THIS TOTAL TODAY? OM FMR hy the tadele of Dhoceut
This help is urgently needed site te . 5 rece oy ee He ORELE OF Seirus
Grady said that he had pointed out that the next and your help is twice as val sa — Seen 30.00 ee FOES ORE Been
move towards the settlement and renewal of the uable if it is given quickly. A. P. Skeat 10.00 er oo ;
i Do not delay. Send or bring Barbados Bo Club 25.00 “ rtist Han in Meegeren, : a : : —_ ' .
oil flow from the dormant fields was up to Tran. in your donation to-day to one | ys cuy's Bank (D.C &0 who. between 1936 and his death EVERY year hundred of ineur able invalids journey, tree il paris ‘ ws noi ts eee mt, aoe.
of the three city banks, or to Serer! oe in 1947, sold “authentic master- to try, often as a last hope, t miracle eure of the stream below where Mary, the mother '
But he said that neither the Shah nor Mossadegh the office of the Advocate Co., Colonial Adveaiiig ee OO B.eccs of old Dutch painters” from Sppeared to St. Bernadette i i 1 : . her
had any concrete proposals. Ltd. Mr, & Mrs. F, Bynoe 10.00 his own brush for a total of 3,761,- Here a young girl pilgrim on het str teher, uC companied by her five sisters and brothers, waits for her
cua Do not forget when you are G. EB. P. : _o 00 000 dollars. He was exposed by train at Austerlitz stations, on her way to Lourdes.-BXPRESS. E
Grady said that he told sei Tene a day ie Mr as Larch: rate tee ivcicent on charges of being
i your donation to the elie vi





mediate the fivemonin-ol1 Congress To “Oe Begon ee LO a eae brine. “Salers 'veras tose | 1 O Use Taft—

crisis. Informed sources said

120. 00
Alla 10.00





Ir official he > iT 7 Wiikin-on & Haynes j a Nazi quisling, which he was not '
Vale States was ot m aking Fruman A\Y ants ae eet si r ct oe eee 230 wo =e “gov T ruman Ready Ridgway A waits















( D 1 00 Mr dD ecarc sse controlled pr { ou

that there was little chanc: Res lore Cuts Mr. @& Mrs. B. W, bre 6 giant . ¢ pe butchers, who refuse to p: ta | lartl Ay A | Commun ist Re ly
that W. Averell Harriman | feo i 00 ur ade. Ge Art. Let market” rates. From today, th ¥ ¢ , C

would return to Teheran for| WASHINGTON, August 30. ‘ae aati On hance ae Ca aa a ae Viennese will have two measles Ri tes TOKYO, August 30
further mediation efforts.|. Truman branded the heavy Mr & Mrs. G. F. Mr. & dirs. Dakine Te an seer oe ai oe fh Presi cent ti ‘ Mae: i “ Uni Nations Command s that Korean peagé talks may
Both the Shah and Mossadéch | penaneceut Foreign Aid Pro- |} ee } 20 Total $4,675.62 days will be f BP nar re ‘ } pared to lurtl be resumed soon, but there 1° little prospect offan armistice
were understood to be acutely ls ea casticnie sehen raiaitt one me Caught : A 35-year-old Austra-]'0 Set the strikit Opt eement Inaspecial b cast, the United Nations Com-
aware of the growing serious-|h u rt European re armament | lian has been charged with persist- eae otter. detas : ce mand e resumption ¢f the talks no longer seems to
ness of the situation. The loss; ¢#ainst Ccmmunist aggression. wy « Re a ed £40 I - king jobs and} Mere remained hows ld the promise of a possiole agreement that it did one
of oil revenue paid by Britai 1} ¢ Truman also told his Press | hb i t Pe nee Eten are son Be tel wea 4 ; ’ tt The nitial ent.iusiasm that wer soon might
to Iran for the operation of the| ,. me ht oy te ee eee Cea vy ig’ d ings informing them that the new em: | 1°! secee erent y nd | died down as it has become obvious that the Com-
oil fields have placed the|to restore the cut in the Foreign | ployee had numerous convictions.} jyelter Worlcers Union P munists do not eare how lon the war gxes on”, The broad

The

nation in precarious position, | Aid Bill’new pending before the ; 4 employers thereupor rea | Unions and the Kennecott Coppe st came as United Nations were awaitiny an official Com-
: . : a ; ' \ Ok’s 7 nev HW 2 ; : ’ . ’
up | fe *», but added that it seemed e han 2 th * ve ae i ‘ r ‘ mu oly to General Ric trway’s latest offer on Wednes
lrather h esa s, repeated his tactic ) fou: | Llemen 4 +] } ih
af 4 ! i at

Discussing the Korean situa- times t with Kennecot day to resume suspended irmistice t







; . S with reporters, Truman said BIGHTH £ TY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, August 30 ; Invasion: Yeltc ' I ‘ ! he reply may not come unt
Rice Arb thas the tions troo ni s E aa ted “long « gdrettes ¢ \ a conpal . ome time Friday or Saturday. It
: itration Pte nee , Le n thousand fresh Communist troops dug into the hills of) ¢¢. 7 y., pe in ae ak intakes chy ether prod 95 pe 800 Infantry men a re r ta aoa Agth 52 Mour

































be wound up jas the heavily entrenched Reds
it



ed theic superior positions to

t ae ‘ A. : : a ! i | 1 al
Replying to _ this oint. Mr.tr down fire on the Soutl 7 ° cat ' I et ' Hi Inehuct ays for NEWS
mer que ted the heveemant be-|K weer Bi W eckes Hits 1002 ra sy lo de Janeiro, 5 ae

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toreans.
een the four Governments-—the ' , to and Por lhe Hansa Borg

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iv e ins position than 7 ad -
Starts On Tuesday cfore the began, ste mn Kore: a behind their attacking comrage: The Reds | the mill ons on a city in Nes MK on opper a th | Sail F oe ) reply to the Supreme Unites
ea —U.P. d three small savage assaults at United Nations troops | Mc n two columns they ¢r “iy ne aeiitt Saul or Nore: Vitions Commander’s last previou
GEORGE Our Own Correspondent north of the Yanggu. All were beaten back. To the north, | Munching their way through weed J i.) | orked “tov Pree
IRGETOWN. ey uae oe | Allied planes tore up rails and road beds in their determinea ; °" ’ outskirts as met t it the mine, mill and ter ctr SN 9a 30 indication of the nature of
Dr. Wm. Clyde, C.M.G.,. Ph.D., ff 1 p@ison in front of them i had. rejected i ant Eight d Britig ifantry the Communist reply was seen,
Rice Adviser to the Secretary of | et ane an : effort to cut Communist suDEA y lines ' Control: Uranium deposits, r¢ sarle-to-work aed : e ile for K i to jo the »wever, in a Chinese propaganda
State for Foreign Affairs and the hit eae uae ae ' \ garded as “uneconomic”, hav Truman } we { kod I Com) } foret ist I Rad Peking
Chairman of thi Clansultekive b j Piiots repovted that they had; i f I it neo oy i ruman as alread pi a Abi a ond y : tadio rm « wu a
; ittee . . lest rE r dam 1 62 rs an 2 founc 1 southern Switzer ci-tindi bo y is and th ithough somewhat milder th
oer ae a Rice. South East | Carry A- Bomb | | Carib Commission oe iG ee oe - es 7 yt Pr eae Jan: near the Italian frontier learned. in case he Vv ‘ i} R r men belor t evious Red broadcasts, it never-
Asia at Singapore, is arriving oi | e A <2 . ee The Swiss Government } Taft-H les Act Aft th First Battaliof f the Rov { ‘ ‘ : te i
Georgetown on Sund to pre- | M night attacks. A fresh Communist | 2he Sw Government have de- | Taft-Hartley « fter 1 ! ve: eee OA Ute less charged that Ridgway had
side cover the B.G.-West ares LONDON, Aug. 30 | | ust ontinue division of about 8,000 men were cide: to take over complete _con ‘ rd re pol ed, he cou! i re \ ro . guna eS wy ré ph ‘iven the “lie” to the facts, and
Rice Arbitration Board scheduled Britain disclosed a few discreet a ; ebserved digging in northeast of rol f all radioactive or atémi si ; tlo ei G natal © see of ea : y a t se ath landered” the c ommunists in his
to begin deliberations on Tuesday. ; (tails of the new Vickers Valiant! rom Our Own. Correspondent) the Yanggu which is 27. miles from Produetion. mining, manufactur ‘ ee for ae Tat wrtte tort nas + neces sis vad had el eth ‘Jenial that a United Nations plane
hens A jet bomber. The Valiant, believed | PORT-OF-SPAIN, A ‘ the eastern tip of the front. A divi- | ¢Md “distribution ' Mea alan GReAR to GHEE i : x oe Wl iad bombed the conference city or
Barbados cabled B.G. to-day|capable of carrying an atomic ’ ugust 28 sion, presumably North Korean Quins: If the doctors are right | | rs a ‘ n Incorporated into the First! Kaeson# on the night of August 2
advising that their two represen-| bomb, is the RAF’s first four-| The Caribbean Commission set | ; he hills just rth of the|@ woman in Chicago will shortly | PUT If Truman decided to use ritish Commonwealth Divisior
tatives will be arriving on Sunday] engine jet bomber and perfec rm-| UP. by the Four-Power Goyern- | | il - eth "eae at bitter , iashel give birth to five or six children,| ‘%¢, Act, Government officials under the United Nat Supreme] It was on the pretext of this
5 ar sre he 2 10 te “=| ments wi general Secretari: cene of the rece *r clashes, Fi 1 id a] t ii ove hefore th omm iener tidg | : br :.
also pat a4 ar ta Be ae cna Re jp Bue trials have been described as} jn Trinidad, mest’ = Fee woes | Another group of Reds, eatims ate 1 nies rs have disagreed about thé a phy Hy area oP ene en neces as hat the Rede broke of ths cease
word from Trinidad. | “quite fantastic” 1s. lz nust continue until} : a hd ae ae act number of children exvected Cens ¢ —— U.P. U.P. | fire talks the next day, Ridgway
The Honourable John Fernan-| “% n 19 without fail, Mr. Lawrence !at about OO men wi tae’ ot ,
des was named to represent B.G. | Key facts such as the bomb] ¢ mer, retiring Secretary Gen-};} moving south in the ai ofa Tr rtneat ¥. eS Re Te ere 7 = ve _ ete appeal
while the Rice Marketing Board} lead, speed, range and armament) eral of the Commission told a{west of the Yanggu. 50 al -L.E.S G or ‘ Cy . V | st rage i: hat Hi 5 eee
delegates will be Messrs. Deoroop| Were still kept secret however | Press Conference at Kent House | Re s were seen digging it eorep Killing S ree! rermanwt Gars | lay howed only that the raid had been
j, David Goorbarry, a. By VE) PORTER. BOIS ABS TS) ao ' sector VISIT va i ; + | foked. Tn his note on Wednesday,
I. D’Aguiar, C.B.E _P.| plane had been ordered in quan-| r ramer, who leaves with ! South Korean troops fought their| LYDDA AIRPORT, Israc} ¢ va ry’ ss ene | Ridfway rejected the Communist
; i a * ) J y F 1 oe t sf uht th z 0 , f > | q
Bayley, Manager of the R M -B. | tity by the RAF and would proba-| )!s are Washington on retire- | ., up a bloody ridge on the Aug. 30, | KANSAS CIT \ } | ' Or Ane PICé jemand that the United Nations
and H. H. Croucher, Director of | bly give Britain a decided edge, rh a ne oY wares. SEENACe O61 1 Steen front. in the face of mur The Brazilian Vice-President | Richard Donaldsor 0) j FRANKFURT, Aug. 30, | aison officers be sent back to
Agriculture over other jet aircraft today uP.|* ecretary Ge neral of the Commis- | : : a | cited and| Joao Cafe Filso, arrived here for|/@st night sho nd killed Alfrede G tomobile manufac Kaesong in order to look at it.
| sion was at the time replying to |derous Communi: nortar | ’ Ort 1 ol t ( \ B U.P
iets to —_ , reference by newspapermen o a| Machine gun fire. The forces ad- y Be ct ete f 3 i ' aide Se aia = SL
a ‘ ws - ‘ , the| ™m ae nf vith he « 1} fessor of Sy teratu 1 F kf } fe
{rumour that the affairs of the | waricéd foot by foot part of th | at ie to & 1 _ s “ta uh i Y rel| ine Uciverct Fenech a ghee |
Caribbean Commission would soon | Way up the ridge north of Yanggu ao ! -naln mm durir le ? : : On Hef
the day. U.P. | fessed to the kil export possibilities for hist] The “ADVOCATE”
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nited Kingdom United States | The South Koreans had 1 pow- | But Suspended : Do ! Mikes caters plat ‘ if of Gern





















attend t I i ri I

which stated that the Commission ! which allowed the United Nations | (Br jur On dent pat | | i j Ul '

shall continue for a period of five | gir power to mount the maximum| ,, LONDON , Aug. 30, | to the slayir F OTS |S eens ‘s
years riires but that any par- | nu mbe er of close support sorties oe rton Weekes, brilliant Bar ia . at a fashionable Onk 9 PLL APAAP PPA PEELE OO OPLPO PO PLLLPE
Weular Government may, give lta cover the ground soldiers. Jets) cia,2nd, West Indian Test erick. | apartment and Eliza Ray. in un-|§

from Commissior and s er yand F-51 Mus angs ee Gown day for a Commonwealth s > } . , &

a tin A the Co ae a pied jon the Communist positions spit-| their Festival of Bri ie ale %

after the date of the formal in- | ting forth bombs and rockets,|against an England Eleven at! %

timation, but that it can still con- | while the Air Force announced | Kingston 3ut even as the runs | $

tinue py the remaining Govern-/ that one of Britain’s new twin jet| were flowing from his bat the 82

ments, if they so desire Meteors was lost on Wednesday in|news was coming through from | X%

ri a battle with about 40 Communist | Lancashire that he had beet us- | The Canal Zone ’

, Quoting the words of Sir Hubert | IG 15’s near the Yalu River and pend d by his club, Bacup lta Morel al 7 ates ‘

Rance, Governor of the ae iD (that one United States F-80 Jet| No reason was given for the; ee ate a " ee adie ; z

Deveiiomiet ees ed Shooting Star was lost to Commu- | Serre eo aes we ke pernnels | to Governor Dewes at imy

Fiscal Chairman of the Commis- | ist ground fire | With Worrell. De a Be aa ceremony at the Hotel Astor. TI

I | i amadhin, |

sion, Mr. Cramer stated that h Two battalions of North Korean | two other West Indian stars play- | LT entation wa mad b |

entirely ion of t with a fan Com “Ishock troops fiercely attacked | 19g for the Commonwealth Team N, OF : larita and Prescilla |
[estes werias tne iatereting | Jnted Nations ‘postion on the] weskes nas planned ta travl bank | Nl, Toman ery | TABLE WINE

DONALD MACLEAN GUY BURGESS [experiment in international co- tcday The issue mas stili'in doubt! 800m as the Festival match finishes | R#hte and R. N, Barrett as well | nih “ §

| rete and one that has proved | Wg fF : on Shia Cy "| tomorrow ‘ Consul General ¢ Panam kK owev Me

fruitful in many ways though |*t the last report. Up to 2,000 Com A match for Bacup next Satur- | Guillermo Dela ]

As . : Py i some of the hopes that were en- |munists made a frontal attack 01

Missing Diplomats Found sors aor ye" pean a,
lied,

2 “4 4 Mr. C. F, Beauregard, Deputy
t 30, ,abouts of McClean and Burgess| Secretary General of the Carib-
ing tomats took anothe Dea ae what a par (egy it yey bean Commission Se tar |) fire and a lashing attack by Allied
ing diploma S$ tlooK another strange, naa Vanisnea, X er newspapers appointed to act as Secre ary planes The Reds attacked in an

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tn hen, Government ras poked uo the ipo Geran pot Me gage vemos To sutprae wea’ WO DO Drown
messag sen atAS the gi ‘ wno leaves . i to infiltrate their haliian , . A |
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a ‘ day would normally be his last lele tien on beha
United Nations lites on th before leaving with other mem dent and people invited Dewe

‘bloody ridge” where fighting has|pHers of the West Indies side for to t Par
raged since about August 13. , Australia on September 13 ence U.P.
They were met by mass artiller

AND
SHERRY

LONDON, Augt
The mystery of Britair







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of the Lab« Party, said that The Foreign Otuce was unde! day for hfs home in Waniineton Y E
military intelligence agents hai/a storm of queries for confirma-} ~ luring the day. Red _ infiltratior



tactics were a serious danger earl)















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located Donald McClean and Guy ait or enh fae BcEny ae Bile eal xe with littl
Burgess. : William tidsbale, head « f the tn a but they met with little -
A soiution had appeared Foreign Office Press Department Inspection Ends ccess this time 1e rane AC j : x
| : ics ~ th atement & ort ar P F TT F i f Tz
| sight in the case of the two officials | }*5U‘ d 5 Paaeeans nt, eports / BOI TLE hy TUE kh. ub - J - AZ %
j ot the Foreign Office who had)|@ppearing in certain sections of ROME, Aug. 30 SIXTEEN-YE 7» °
} disappeared on the Waterfront at the Press that McClean and | British Field Marshal Viscount re vEN-Y EAR-OLD Keith Blackett and t-veg . a) rar %
St, Malo, France, on May 26, and| Burgess have been located wers|Montgomery, Deputy Chief of the A ’ Fdwin Howell of Four Hill, St. Peter, were drowned at tI PAARL. CAPE TOWN x
who eluded the massive search all oulmelly ste i to, be HM ne it} Atlantic Pact Defence one 3] £ rsenic oil! the Crane Beach about 1 pm. yesterday. The bodies wer g
over the European continent. foundation, The Foreign Office | has| ended his inspection of recovered from the sea by Cs ril Godd ; t] re x
checked that the sources frontier troops today w - 2 ‘ i ies : =e , rOddard shortly aiter th *
The Daily Herald reported flatly! had made no such sté Rerhes ' | confident report that with the} PARIS, August 30 disaster, Goddard lives about the Crane district KW. PAARL TAWNY %
today, that British Military Inte those attributed to them.’ | forces will never cross the Italic ; An eee high quantity of The two boy were in a s . f 4 d ‘ %
| gence agents knew t where- —U-P.! frontier again rsenic was found in the soil of party of the. ‘%.adian Ground $
; er a cemetery at Loudon near ae : ar OUAG 5, | ae 1% ‘ \ ( t 'N sHE / %
| Poiters in Central France wher« es ee ee l De I otal I oliey | mn pean Seer *
e ~% several persons believed to. be} 5!0N which went on an excur- ’ . . . oEx KD , $s
Soak h Rich i or Armaments victims of crimina] poisoning, lie} Sion to the Crane. For Asia Is K.W.V. OLD OLOROSO SHERRY >
lhe buried according to Paris’ toxi-| A. post mortem was per ain :
Is BRIT : 7 O ‘ ) ; per enri Perperot.| formed by Dr. C. L. Hutson VOCE ssary | K.W.V. SWEET VERMOUTH %
i A ISE P LIC Y | Professor of the Paris school of j and the enquiry into the cir Th 3
| i} hysics and chemistry, and cumstances surroundin the omas Bi Dewey K.W.V DRY VERMOUTH g
(By R. H. SHACKFORD) © : Party's platform b¢ J investments ate nee Se oe eee deat} fixed for Monda Wii Conic a ‘ $
LONDON, August 30 the party policy Ir ‘He increase in the ot |S pues -erperot said that he hac ; NEW YORK, August 29 % \ %
i the . British Socialist Labour {Prime Minister, Clement. Attlee {the National Income ge sd ena va d x samples of “soil from p———— ———, Gover Thomas E. Dewe : And the very Popular x
' Party promises that the new in-|decides to call a General Election }2arners is due almost tol! p Sudan camnayery Aue. se ’ dices ‘ r eee | TAT TERY : w -
come taxes on the rich will pay |this comir ve eduction inethe share . | S5 a revealed the presence TO-DAY S WEATHER ' Far I t . Al } * PABLI Ww INE —(Sauterne t y pe) x
> will pa ing year ion in etl sha , “- * alte at nd {4 + +h t Cine :
for the biggest share of the costs those who live on une ed n-! ete Y har : we aor ae ¢ * CHART te4 ' - % %
. sarin t \ a oun 1 + t mit ” hon Pint envidast be : 5° ae e€ saic la +18 z ; . pee t . IC J §
Tani procs tl I , baie a 3 : rei + Pee aa ie . ‘| performed the analyses at the Sunrise ».50 a.m ! t ce i critic x K.W.V. WEMMERSHOEK—No, 2 %
his promise to the wage e2rne: me of policy uW eferring to income redistribution! pogyjec ° ec sunset 3.05 1 ne { ‘ *
as a os aes cau Hon, ae : pi ; Seno si 1 7 ae 4 request of the defence lawyers a i a of, nm Sipianin eX % %
ana reat I i & : rs ; si = my anne |} cof Madame Marie Besnard ; oon: New Moon, September De I t Id * *
in ned income ade i a relude t The demar made <¢ the} y wa n Poiters’ jail awaiti 1 I f ast t ' *% *
nation where inc already | Li ty ¢ s - |nations’ resources out of r ty! trial on bharar of rs Ste , Lighting Up: 7.00 p.m. re . % $
oo te enaee ine en halve her relatives With are ee arene tant impr fee € ae eS K.WLViIT’S GOOD! &
wr ie ‘ } B iva idediiaes shee tend inva p.m a Sint a : 4 '» se oi -_ ; ln <
e7r ‘s . 1 n the ‘ A ial , thet = Pe arm Leh Low Tide: 9.3 m. and f ; : _ ae ae K - %
Ss I ‘ ! , U.P. the soilL—U.P ‘ ow Die Sealy UP ttle ol OCCCOOCCCCLEOEOZA LAOS


PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. MICHAEI NAPTER,

of Mrs Elm: Napier of
Dominica, and h
Josette Lino left by

son

flancee

B.G. Airway

yesterday. They had been spending }
and 4
from }

a few days here with Mr
Mrs. Ian Gale on their way
France to Dominica.

Michael, who is an old
boy, took a degree at Cambridge
and then worked at his uncle's
engineering firm in Manchester
betore going to the Sorbonne for
a year,

He met his fiancee in Paris,
and they plan to get married in
Dominica. They will be returning
to Manchester in November, and
ofter a year there Michael hopes
to be sent out to Turkey by the
firm.

Britons Pay Most
RITISH smokers pay more for
their cigarettes than any other

smokers in the world.

From last Friday they have been
paying 3s. 7d. for 20, double the
Is. 9$d. which a New Yorker pays
for a good brand

In Paris 20 good French cigar-
ettes sell for 2s, 8d. English and
American brands cost 3s. 6d. for
20.

In Geneva 20 English cigarettes,



made in Switzerland under
licence, cost up to 2s. 3d. Prices
in Sweden are higher. Local

brands cost 2s. 6d. for 20; Ameri-
cans are 3s. 10d.; cigarettes made
in England are 5s. for 20.

Both Canada and Australia
make English brands of cigarettes
under licence In Montreal 20
‘ell for 2s. 4d. In Sydney they
would cost 2s, 3d.

Leaving To-day

R. AND MRS. ARTHUR
WILSON who arrived from
Puerto Rico via Trinidad on

Tuesday by B.W.1.A., are due to
leave for Puerto Rico this morning
by B.W.LA.

Mr. Wilson is President of
Puerto Rico Tours Inc., and
Virgin Islands Tours Inc., During
their short stay here they were
guests at the Paradise Beach
Club,

Was Here Earlier

This Year
R. CHARLES ALLMON, the

American photographer who
was in Barbados earlier this year
as a guest of the Barbados Pub-
licity Committee, gathering
material and taking pictures for
an illustrated article about Barba-
dos which will appear in the
National Geographic Magazine has
been in Barbadaqs for the past ten
days on holiday.

Today he leaves for Puerto Rico
by B.W.LA,.



Miss |

Lodge \

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DONALD MALONEY

Barbadian Honoured
,ONALE MALONEY, 51, a Bar-
badiaf resident in New York
for many years has been elected
Employee of the month for
August by the Porcelain Metals
Inc. of Long Island City. Maloney
iy chief color fesearcher for his
firm and his job is the matching,
inventing and developing new
enamel: finishes for signs archi-
tectural uses and the ship building
industry. He has now developed
a unique product after a three-
year research, and to honour him
the result of his labours has been
named after him. It is called the
Malonized finish — a dull finish
which completely eliminates the
porcelain shine so prevalent up to
now. Maloney has been with the
firm 18 years which he joined
soon after arriving in U.S.A. from
Barbados,

Former Deckhand
FFA FOX, who sailed with the
DUKE OF EDINBURGH in
his Flying Fifteen. yacht Coweslip
at Cowes Regatta the other day
was once a deckhand.

He is small and mercurial, with
a shock of grey hair. Three years
ago he left the sea for the saddle
and was badly injured breaking-
fn a horse. “I’m getting too old
for yacht racing,” he ,ays.

Uffa Fox designed the tornadoes
which are at present very popular
in Barbados. Three local torna-
does will take part in an inter-
colonial tornado series with Trini-
dad in October.

‘

To Set Up Circulation

\ R. FRANK VINER, Special
4 Cerrespondent of the London
Dsily Telegraph and Circulation
M of the same newspaper
flew in from St. Lucia yesterday
evening by B.W.LA. He leaves to-
morrow for Trinidad on his way
to Bermuda, Jamaica, Nassau and
New York. Mr. Viner aiso re-
presents the Toronto Star and the
Ensign of Montreal.

Reason for his visit is to set up
a circulation for the Daily Tele-
graph in Barbados. He may also
write a story about Barbados.

During his short stay here Mr.
Viner is a guest at the Marine
Hotel,

With Singer Sewing
Machine

R. AND MRS. ERROL 0O.
NEWBOLD accompanied by
Mr, and Mrs. Gerald De Freitas
came in on B.W.L.A.’s,, flight from
Trinidad yesterday afternoon. Mr.
and Mrs, Newbold are here for a
month staying at their house ir
Maxwells, while Mr, and Mrs,
De Freitas expect to be in Barba-
ces for about two months and for
the time being are guests at the
Marine Hotel.
Both Mr. Newbold and Mr,
De Freitas’ are with the Singer
Sewing Machine Co,

anager

Arriving by the same plane were
Mr, and Mrs. William D, Casey
who live in Aruba, They are here
for one week, staying at the
Hastings Hotel, Other passengers
on the flight from Trinidad were
Miss Ena K. Edwards, Capt. Cyril
Weatherh@éad and Mrs. J. C. Mc
Reynolds who plans to spend a
month in barbados,

Talking Point

ALICE is the ordinary vice
of those who live in the mode

ef religion without the spirit of
it.—Steele
Ten Days

R. W. E. ‘Mike’ FOSTER,

Senior Partner of Messrs.
Foster and Co., of Georgetown
arrived from British Guiana on
Wednesday evening by B.W.LA.

Mr. Foster is on a ten day visit,
and is a guest at the Windsor
Hotel,

Incidental Intelligence

XCERPT from Leatherhead
Parish Magazine, under the
heading Baptisms—
Alteration in June Magazine:
Alan David Dence should read
Patricia Jean Dence.—L.E.S.



THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA



A HEADLINE which said
“Kisses For Conductor” sug-
gested to me that a_ grateful
woman had kissed a conductor
who had had the decency to throw
somebody off his bus, in order to
provide a seat for her dog.

Nigerian Idyll
S HE Nigerians,” says my
paper, “wore straw boaters
over their turbans.” By the time
you have taken your turban off
to a lady, she is miles away.

Vor Dis Int Amsterdam

BY THE WAY e « « By Beachcomber

embarked at London Airport:

Copyright - P 106

How do you do, Mrs. Gregson?
How do you do, Mrs, Sprott?
How do you do, Mrs, Randall?
How do you do, Mrs. Upchurch?
Wa-wa-wa-wa,
And how do you do, Mrs, Pel—

But no. The headline referred Hence the song they sang as they ham-Forbes?
to the kissing of the Conductor Of (2&°PCOOPG9GIGV999 FIV F999F9 9 POP9OSOD o .
a choral society composed of 8 &
“cockle-gatherers miners and g x
tinplate workers.” If kissing is @
to take the place of autograph- x

hunting the mcunted police will
have to get to work again, as in
the great days when the mere
rumour that Mrs. Dietrich had
emerged from her hotel by the
staff entrance in a milk float was
enough to block every street
between Mayfair and Whitehall.

The Hidden Rhinoceros (1)

CASUAL stroller along the
boulevards of the Belsokorut
on the afternoon—
Prodnose: Why on?
Myself: It was the Magyar in
me,
— a stroller in the main shop-
ping quarter of Budapest on the
afternoon of June 12 would have
noticed nothing unusual, Few
even of the natives would have
recognised, in the tow-haired
porter at the entrance to the
Ministry of Torture the swarthy
Arab Spittin-el-Khuspidor, Fewer
still would have realised that the
fishmonger in the blue apron,
who watched the porter from the
third-floor window of a milliner’s
shop, was none other than Drift-
wood-Dawkins of M.1.94. And
not a soul would have had an
inkling that the girl in dark
glasses, who watched the fish-
monger from behind a chimney-
stack, was the beautiful Magda
von Sickening, herself the object
of close observation by a young
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| College Beat



Police 14—3 |

Harrison College after a shaky
start swamped *Police fourteen
goals to three in their water polo
match at the Aquatie Club yes-
terday afternoon, For Harrison
College Billy Manning and Allan
Taylor scored five goals each,
Charlie Evelyn and Theodore
Clarke one each and the Police
custodian sent one in on himself
in an effort to stop Manning from
shooting.
Alleyne and M. Richards scored
one each.

With seventeen goals scored
during the first match, this slow-
ed play down considerably and
by the time Barracudas and
Whipporays took the water for
the second game the light was
already failing. The match ended
in semi-darkness with Barracu-
das snatching a narrow 4—3 vic-
tory over their rivals. For Bar-
racudas Kenneth Taylor scored
two goals, Basil Brooks and Pat
Fletcher one each. Lisle Spence
scored all three goals for Whip-
porays.

Harrison College did not put
their strongest seven in against

Police and the beginning of the |
match found them a very mud- |

died team. So much so that it
was Police who drew first blood
After this however Harrison
College began combining better
and three quick goals went in
against Police. R. Alleyne then
scored for Police, but by half
time the score was six two in



Portillo Replaces
Jordan

NESTA PORTILLO, Sword-
fish’s centre-forward has re-
placed his team mate Gerard
Jordan in the Barbados water
polo team which will visit
Trinidad next month. This
was decided at a special meet-
ing of the Water Polo Selec-
tion Committee held at the
Aquatic Club on Wednesday. .

..“Boo” Patterson, Captain of
the Barbados team told the
Advocate yesterday that Jor-
dan, who is at present out of
the island, would not be re-
turning until the day the team
leaves, possibly a few days
earlier. Added to this his em-
ployers were uncertain as to
whether they could give him
the time off. He had already
had leave this year and they
were not sure that they could
spare him. Due to these two
uncertainties the Selectcrs de-
cided to replace him by
Portillo.

College’s favour. The sixth goal
for Harrison College which was
scored just before half time was
sent in when the Police custodian
in an effort to take the ball away
from Manning, deflected it into
his own nets. apy.

After the interval, Harrison
College went on to score eight
more goals and just before the
end of the game M. Richards
swam through and scored the
third goal for Police.

The referee was Mr. J. Knight,

The second match began with |

Whipporays defending the shore
goal. Barracudas got all four of
their goals in the first half and
just before half time Lisle Spence
opened the scoring for Whippo-
rays.

‘At the interval the referee hac
a consultation with the two cap-
tains with regard to the failing
light and they agreed to continue
the game. The second half was
considerably rougher than the
first and with Whipporays getting
two more goals it looked as if
they might equalise before the
end of the game. Barracudas
however held them at bay and
indeed shortly before the final
whistle were pressing their
opponents but they did not score.

The Referee was Mr. B- Patter-
son,

The teams were:—

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Harrison College: J. Chabrol,
N. Burrowes, T, Clarke, A. Tay-
lor, C. Evelyn, B. Manning}
(Capt:) and S. Grannum.

Police: M. Franklyn, E. Harris,
M. Richards (Capt), R. Alleyne,

L. Dedson, L. Best and L. Shan-|
non,

Barracudas: J. Simpson, B
Brooks (Capt), D. Gittens, M

Lambert, P. Fletcher, K. Taylor
and B. Armstrong.

Whipporays: C. O'Neal, D
O'Neal, R. Redman, A. Hunte
(Capt), D. Weatherhead, R. Gib-
son and L. Spence.

NAVY BEAT ISLAND 4-2

Bigbury Bay defeated an [sland
XI 4—2 in a football match at th
Garrison yesterday afternoon, The
game was slow throughout and at
half time the score was 3—-2 in
favour of Bigbury Bay.
| After half time the Bigbury Bay |
launched many attacks on the
Island goal and were on top the!
better part of the half,

W. Drayton scored the two goals |
for the Island. The referee was
Mr. O. Graham.

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Funds are being

Homeless

LONDON, August 23.

gathered all over Britain, led by the Gov-

ernment’s donation of £250,000, for the relief of the distress
caused by the great Jamaican hurricane.

The biggest appeal was launched in a broadcast te the
people of Britain by Mr. James Griffiths, Secretary of State
for the Colonies. Another big effort is being made in King-

ston

Surrey, on behalf of its namesake town in Jamaica,

while the Red Cross, the Salvation Army and other volun-
tary organisations are also collecting money for Jamaica.

Appeals have been made
through newspapers, notabiy by
Sir Harold Allan, Jamaican Min-
ister of Finance, who is now on a
visit to Britain, and by Dr. Basil
Dale, the Bishop of Jamaica.
Latest reports reaching London
put the total damage at
£ 16,000,000, with 148 people
killed and 25,000 homeless









To Jamaicans in Britain, des-
perately anxious for news of
relatives or friends at home, the
first few days after the hurricane
were a nightmare. Detailed re-
ports of the damage were avail-
able only from Ki mn and the
surrounding districts and _ there
was no news from Montego Bay
or from the north side of the
island.

Anxiety Allayed

The Colonial Office, the West
Indian Committee and newspa-
per offices in London were de-
luged with inquiries. Many Ja-

maicans in London went to police







stations to inquire for informa-
tion. Somehow or other, Color
Office and West Indian Commit-
tee officials managed to allay
their anxiety.

It was on the evening of the
fifth day after the hurricane that
Mr: Griffiths broadcast his appeal
for funds and announced the
Government's ),000 dona-
tion. He asked for cheques, made

payable to the Jamaica Hurricane
Relief Fund, to be paid into any
branch in England of Barclays
Bank, Ltd., or Barclays (D.C. and
0.) Bank.
“You will





all have heard and
read,” said Mr. Griffiths, ‘of the
hurricane which has struck and
devastated the beautiful and his-
toric island of Jamaiea- More
than 100 deaths have so far been

reported and our deep sympathy









goes to those who have suffered
such sudden and tragic bereave-
ment. The whole people of the
Colony of Jamaica have suffered
a grievous and enduru los
Their homes have been wrecked
and their crops ruined, roads and
bridges have been destroyed,
communications broken, and wa-
ter supply, sewera electricity
and transport—all se services
—have been gravely dislocated
This calamity has befallen town
and country alike. The n shines
today on a stricken land.”

Sir Harold’s Appeal

Harold Allan's appeal,
which was published in several
London newspaper said; “
maica has once again received
tragic blow. A hurricane unpre-
cedented in its history has trans-
formed most of the island into a
scene of wreckage and ruin.

“It is obvious that the
ands who are homeless and desti-
tute must receive relief for a con-
siderable period. Immediate

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assistance by way of food, cloth-
ing and shelter is of the greatest
urgency and importance. The
Government of Jamaica, hard
pressed at normal times, must
now find considerable sums of
money far beyond the bounds of
its resources to succour the needy
and distressed, and to _ restore
buildings, bridges, roads and
essential services.) The damage
is estimated in the vicinity of
£ 20,000,000.

“As Minister of Finance and
Leader of the House of Repre-
sentatives of Jamaica, now on a

visit to Britain, I regard it as my
duty to bring this most unfortun-
ate situation to the a of
our friends and well- on
this side of the Atlantic

Bishop of Jamaica









From the Bishop of Jamaica
eame this Appeal, also published
in several London newspapers:
“Disaster has come to Jamaica
and her people. The full story
is not yet known, but it is re-
ported to be the worst hurricane
in the history of the island, and
that is saying a great deal.
own information is that thou

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because of the destruction of the



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lost

and other crops, have
their livelihood. At the best
of times they are very poor. The
great Kingston churches have
lost their roofs and much damage
12S been done to their interiors,
In the country, churches, schools
and parsonages have been levell-
ed to the ground.”

Ordinary Folks





Ordinary British men = and
women have a written letters
to London newspapers stressing
the United Kingdom’s duty to
help Jamaica in her hour of need.
One correspondent suggests that
a “West Indies Week” should be
held in Britain, with .exhibitions
of West Indies products and en-



tertainment
de

s, the
voted tow:

proceeds being
rds helping the hur-



ricane victims.
From General Albert Osborn,
of the Salvation Army, came an-

other appeal for funds, telling of
the efforts the Army is making in
giving relief to the homeless in



Kingston and in the countryside
The Press

Leading articles in London

newspapers have added _ their

weight to pressing home the point
that relief measures are urgently
needed THe London Times, for
instance, comments “Standards
of life are so modest in the West
Indies that any sudden shock to
the means of livelihood, such as
the large destruction of crops or
buildings, can cause setbacks
quite beyond the resources of the





islanders themselves to repair.
Emergency measures may give
quick relief, but the after-effects
can be prolonged and distress-
ing.”

Lord Beaverbrook’s Daily Ex-
press, in another leading article,
called upon the British Govern-
ment not only to increase its
dor yn of £250,000, but also to
make dollar available so that

ief supplie may be obtained

from the nearest possible

e, the United States. The
iper added: “This is a job as
urgent as any wartime operation.”

The British Red Cross Society
in London received a_ cabled
ppeal from its Jamaican branch
and immediately cabled back a

£1,000 donation.
pre

The Society also
mised that the League of Red









Cros Societies, in Geneva, and

the Canadian Red Cross and the

American Red Cross would also

give all possible assistance,

Appenls for immediate help have

also been sent to Red _ Cross
iche in Trinidad, Antigua
the Bahamas.

{ i the London Daily
Express, in a report from King-
ston, that reports what it
describes as “two pieces of irony.”
One is that Cuba, the country
that is taking cigar trade from
Jamaica under the recent



Cuban trade agreement,









first country to send a
load of supplies to Jamai 1)
before anv aid h arrived from
Britain. The other is that tihe
Jamaican tobacco crop has
suffered Jess than any other, so
t there will still be plenty of
; aican cigars at a time when
Britain is asked to smoke Cuban.
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Of Escaped Convict
Offered By T’dad Police

(From Our Own Correspondent) ‘
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 28.
The Police have increased the
‘eward for information leading
to the arrest of Saywell Gordon,
the escaped Carrera convict, from
$500 to $1,000.
A report that Gordon was seen

lurking in the Laventille area
last night (Monday) had sent a
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‘Big’ Kingston” New International
Sugar Agreement
Needed Now

Aided By ‘Small’
Kingston
By DAN HILLMAN

KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES
Surrey, August 22.

_ Kingston, Surrey, is lesing no
time in sending help to Kingston,
Jamaica. Money and _ clothing
parcels are being hurriedly sent to
thousands of Jamaicans, from the
people of the Thames-side town,
just outside London, after which
the Jamaican capital was named.

No sooner had the news of the
Hurricane disaster reached Eng-
land than the Mayor of Kingston-
upon-Thames, Councillor cae
Sinclair, launched an appeal for
funds. Money was coming in and
his cable to Jamaica, offering help
was on its way even before he
received a cable from Mayor Ken
Hill of Kingston, Jamaica, saying

“Kingston devastated by hurri-
cane; damage estimated at
£15,000,000; 10,000 rendered home-
less; appeal to you for assistance
and financial help and ask you te
appeal te other mayors in the
country to help the sufferers and
homeless.”

But Councillor Sinclair's fund
was already growing. More than
£300 had been received within the
first 24 hours. Circulars had been
hastily printed and sent out
business houses in the Surrey
town and among the firms to con-
tribute was the Hawker aircraft
factory, which made the famous
Hurricane fighter during the war.



to

Magnificent

At Kingston’s Guildhall, the
Mayor and the Borough Treasurer,
Mr. A. R,. Norris, watehed the
contributions rolling in. “This is
magnificent,” said the Mayor

At the town’s public baths, an
emergency depot had been set up

and arrangements were being
made for packing and sending
parcels to Jamaica, Other relief
funds for Jgmaica have been

launched in Britain, including the
one announced by Mr. James
Griffiths, the Colonia) Secretary.
but Kingston’s effort will run on
side by side with these appeals.

It will be some time before the
fund closes and all the future
plans to raise money have not yet
been fully prepared. But Kingston
is holding a Festival of Britain
Cricket Week scon and it is undec-

stood that some of the proceeds
from this event will be sent to
Jamaica, It will be a practical tri-

bute from British cricket-lover:
to the magnificent display by the
West Indies Test team last year
England’s Kingston is a small
town compared with the Jamaican
capital. It has a population of only
41,000, as against the 109,000
people of Kingston, Jamaica, But
“Little” Kingston has always had
close ties with the “Big” Kingston
in the Caribbean and the response



A new International Sugar

immediately, believes Mr, G.

of the South African Sugar
the chances of negotiating
heen endangered by the Ar



99

DURBAN, August 22.
Agreement must be drafted
W. Hammond, vice-chairman
Association. But he fears that
such an agreement may have
iglo-Cuban trade pact.

“Che whole subject of a new International Agreement has
recently been raised again and there is a strong feeling that

a preliminary draft should b
Sugar Council in the near
speaking at the annual gene
in Durban.

He referred to the strong statis-
tical position of sugar over the
past few years and to the high
prices ruling in the world market,
which, he said, had made any
consideration of a new Interna-
tional Agreement purely academic
But now he added, the world out-
look is such that a new Agree-
ment may be needed “quickly and
urgently

“The Commonwealth producing
countries are more convinced than
ever,” he declared, “that an In-
ternational Agreement is essential
together with the Commonwealth
Agreement, to establish an equit
able basis of production in all the
countries concerned,





Reasonable Terms

“All that I have under-
lines the importance South
Africa of a Commonwealth Sugar

said

Agreement on reasonable terms
It indicates equally the need for
a new International Sugar Agree-
ment designed to balance the re-
quirements of the world’s grow-

ing population and the output of

the producing ‘countries The
whole trend of development has
been towards stable marketing
conditions intended to safeguard
both consumer and producer.

“Because of this, Common-
wealth sugar producers were
taken completely by surprise by

the bilateral negotiations between

e prepared by the International
future,” said Mr. Hammond,
ral meeting of the Association,

exports of sugar from the Domin
ions and Colonies, over an eight-
year period. This can in no way
be acceptable to Commonwealth
producers unless similar under-
takings are given by all producers
who are parties to the Interna-
tional Sugar Agreement.”

—B.U.P.



Premature Born
Baby Weighs 1$lbs
lioctors Fight To Save it

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Aug. 30.
With the chances against them,
Berbice doctors are using special
trectment in their fight to keep
alive






a pound and a half prema-
ture baby born to 21-year-old Mrs.
Baldeo, an East Indian, at 3.00 a.m.
on Tuesday Reports reaching

medical headquarters today re-
ported that the child was still alive.
Horn premature in time, the six-
month-old baby weighed three and
i half pounds below the minimum
official standard weight The
father is 22 years old



Friendly Cricket

the United Kingdom and Cuba. a ; .
i Dolton ee tin the » A frie ndly division has been
view expressed by other produc- ee elppie. the Commonwealth
ers that these negotiations ¢u} eerens, _Barrows, Dominion
across the basis on which the i and Sussex Cricket Clubs
Commonwealth Agreement has his division has been formed
been negotiated. There is also a °%. that these six clubs could play
strong feeling that bilateral agree- friendly two-day cricket matches
ments can only jeopardise any on Sunday for the Common
chance of negotiating a new Inter- Wealth Challenge Cup.
national Agreement.” rhe first game starts on Sep-
tember 2 and continues until Sep
Mr. Hammond emphasised that yrembe r 9 when Commonwealth
the South African sugar industry | will play against Greens at
regards the maintenance of an ex- Greens, St. George



port outlet as being of paramount | —__

importance to the industry
it was possible to ship only 39,242
tons of sugar last year, against a
quota of 224,000 tons in the United







§ ¢ ) Kingdom and Commonwealth
‘0 Ey appeal will undoubtedly be preferential markets Even this
a! token quantity will not be avail-
ahle this year, he said
Not Acceptable
Colour Bar In U K. Not Accet
4 Mr. Hammond said that ther«
Tw LONDON, Aug. 29 ‘sare several points in the draft
Two Members of Parliament *jeads of the new Commonwealth
have asked the Government to Sugar Agreement which are not
investigate claims by a student joceptable to Commonwealth
body that colour bar operates in gyyay producers

some Government departments
Donald Wade, Liberal Member
for Huddersfield West and Bever

ley Baxter, Toronto-born Conser-

vative Member for Southgate
North took action after the
National Union 6f Students said

it had difficulty on placing some
non-white students in vacation
work.

The Union said that the colour
bar operates at some London rail-
way stations, the Royal Mint and
the Board of Trade

It cited correspondence from a
district railway manager stating
he was eager to employ students
as porters but that there was ob-
jection to non-white Jabour at
some stations including Camden
Town, Broad Street and St. Pan-
cras. The Board of Trade has
denied it operates any colour bar

—(CP)

the islands off the mainland.

One officer said this morning
(Tuesday) that “at the moment
we are only groping in the

dark.” The Police hope that any
theft of clothing or money from
houses and beaches wotld ‘be
reported immediately. Gordon
escaped on Sunday night after it
was reported that Prison Office:
de Freitas was found dead, his
body battered to a pulp,





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intimate

“Our view has always been,” he
declared, “that the Commonwealth
Agreement is designed to entrenc h
the policy of inter-Commonwealth
marketing under preferential con-
ditions and at the same time, to
provide complete security for the



expansion programmes undertak-
en with the cognisance ane
approval of the United Kingdom
Government, In our view the

proposed terms of the agreement
do not meet this point and consti-

tute a departure from the princi-
ple of Commonwealth preference.

Nor are we in favour of the
proposed system of submitting
cost data. We recognise that pro-
duction costs must obviously be
taken into account when prices
are negotiated, but there should

be no question of any Common
wealth producer being able ww
institute an enquiry into the pro-
duction costs of another member
of the Commonwealth, It would
be completely invidious if the pol-
icy of submitting variations in
production costs annually, on the
basis proposed, were entrenched
in the Agreement.

Contrary to the spirit in which
the @xpansion programme was
launched, there is a suggestion in
the proposed Agreement that some
limitation should be placed on



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From Our Qwn CorrespondeM)

LUNUVUN, Aug. 00
Many Jamaicans, who came tu
Londen in banana boats for the
Festival of Britain, are worrying
about how they will get home
again. The hurricane’s aestructior
o the Jamaican banana crop has

completely disorganized their re-



turn passages, and the Coloniai
Office has been called in to get
alternative transport for thes
Jamaicans, many of whom arc

having to stay
than they

in England longe:
provided for

The Colonial Office is makin;
other shipping arrangements anc
expects announce details in
few days. So far, only small num
ters of Jamaicans have approache
the Oftice for help, but many mor
are expected to do so in the nex
week ol Similarly, inquiries
for prolonged accommodation iy
London are expected, and ther
a suggestion that some Jamai-
ns will soon be running shor‘
money, The few who can afforc
have booked air passages cost
ing £152 \

Most of the Jamaican
holidaymakers came to Englanc
by banana boats Each carrie
about 70 passengers on the fort-
nightly sailings. The Cavina whicl
left Jamaica three days before the
hurricane, docked here yesterday
She is fully booked for the next
trip out but the shipping compan:
has no idea when she will sail

so

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it

Festiva



Mayor Suspends
Town Clerk

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 28.

Following swiftly on the theels
of his return to the Colony from
England on Saturday, Mr. H, W.
Farrell, Town Clerk with the
Port-of-Spain City Council was
put under suspension from duty
hy the Mayor, Councillor Ray-
mond Hamel-Smith

Since the departure of Mr. Far-
rell for England, where he studied
Municipal methods, Mr, G, Hen-

derson, acting Deputy Town
Clerk whose substantive office
was that of Manager of the
Woodbrook Estate has been
acting Town Clerk with the
duties of Deputy Town Clerk
being carried out departmentally
The Mayor will make a_ full
statement it was expected eon

on his move suspending the Town
Clerk

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TECHNICAL

August 31, 1951

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The passing by the Legislative Council
of a resolution authorising the Goyernor
to enter into an agreement with a person
to serve in the Department of Science and
Agriculture as Government Analyst serves
to underline an obvious difficulty in the
way of Barbados obtaining the services of
technical officers.

The shortage of technical staff at the
disposal of the Government was recently
discussed in the Legislative Council and
it was suggested that the remedy lay in the
importation of trained personnel for whom
leave passages The
present selection cuts across the prevalent
belief that it is impossible to fill the ranks
of technical j

personnel.

should be provided.

officers from among local

It will now be
have not been afforded those whose ability
would haye enabled them to qualify for
technical this instance after
investigations abroad it was impossible to

seen that opportunities

posts. In

salary then offered. The salary scale was
changed and still there was some difficulty
in finding a suitable officer. Now it has
been found that a member of the teaching
staff of Harrison College recently returned
to this island has the necessary qualifica-
tion to fill the post.

It is clear
done in the way of
facilities to Barbadians. In the neighbour-
ing colony of British Guiana no fewer than
57 scholarships, provided by Colonial
Development & Welfare and the British
Council, were awarded covering an ex-
tremely wide field. And these scholarships
were not confined to people employed in
the Government service.

now that something must be

affording training

it is true tiiat at the present time there
is not enough technically trained personnel
to fill all the offices which we have to offer
and that if the work is to be done it will
be necessary to appoint officers from over-
seas and to make the conditions of service
attractive either by leave passages or other
allowances. But there is the future to
consider,

There is strong objection in one section
and even among local officers already
employed by the Government to the policy
of granting leave passages to officers from
overseas. Some claim that the local officer
who is not entitled to leave passages should
be given study leave financed from the
Public Treasury. But the fact remains
that Barbados cannot do without officers
from abroad, and if they are to be attracted
to come here leave passages must be offered
although this colony cannot afford leave
passages for local civil servants as well.

But over and above all this there is the
fundamental need for affording opportuni-
ties to local personnel to become qualified
for posts in the technical branch of the
service. It might be that the time will
arrive when the sources from which Bar-
bados draws her technical officers will have
dwindled or closed and then, if there has
been no locally trained personnel, the last
state will be worse than the first.

The post of Government Analyst is
extremely important and it has been
decided to transfer a teacher from the staff
of Harrison College to fill this post even at
a time when qualified teachers are also
limited in number. It is fortunate that
there is a Barbadian who by his own effort
has been able to qualify for this post which
the Government could not easily fill even
after the salary scale had been increased.

This is not the first case of its kind and
it is not likely to be the last. It would be
well for the Government and the Educa-
tional authorities to see to it that oppor-
tunities are made available to local
personnel with the requisite ability who
are willing to undergo training for
technical posts. This would have the merit
not merely of removing a just ground of
dissatisfaction among local personnel but
of making available a number of candidates
from which selection could be
time of need.

made in



‘lionest John’ Per

BUENOS AIRES.
THE Argentine simmers behind useless
a Glass Curtain. The glass
strictly the patent of President
Juan (“Henest John”) Peron.
On the inside looking out he
can distort the world
On the outside looking in
believes he

Europe,

is ause §



he The «



and prosperous country: and pr
Come inside and look at the efffrien
British through the Peronscope. inaccep
Des
A decade ago the Argentine Peron
used to speak of “El Ingles” witt urit
respect and affection Now there exar
liltie respect and less affectior
The arrival of General Pero Atte
n 1943 marked a vit t f r
from the Argentine traditic ! w fre
friendshit th ( t
the Demor



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out the | i way.
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fill the post of Government Analyst at the un eee aoe.
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‘Marshal Stalin's CRASH O

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

‘aithiul’ Flee

Guard Lead Break-out

Young

THE break-out

ef relugec iron










Stalin’s satellite States, now said
to be reaching 500 a is robbing
hi of some of le he h
been counting o: ih most
loyal, discipline enthusiastic
supporter

That is the 1 t significant and

tstanding {¢ re of the escap
Wave from he Iron Curtain,
which I have been investigatin
for a week

rhe men and women breaking
out belo: to the roup to which
Stalin and tu Politburo are
Gireciing their main appeal in all
the Soviet itell countries of
Europe—the u -thirties of the
industrial class

Now I do not base thi
ment on tt ercumstaince
hundred orking-g¢l boy
and girl ised the Communi:

Youth Rally is
portunity to

Berlin as an op-
duck under the
curtain and take refuge in the
West

Stowaways

I make it on the
what I have di

trength ol
scovered, after
spending last week flying and





the men from
Iron Curtain rope after month
and months of
planning

They came as stow
ships or planes, or by crawling
across the mined and incessantly
patrolled no-man’s-land which
Comrnunist Et
the Wt in the mo:
fascinating ci of them all, by
staging a mutiny in a Pol
ve , a

had escaped
plotting, ana

aways in

separates rope from

and ¢ n, as

sh nava
irming and imprisoning
its officers an solitical commis-
sar, and teering the
Swedish port

Hardly one xf these refugees
kelonged to tt classes disposses-



ship to a













sed by the Marxist levellers or,
for that matte to iy of those
categories which r officially
persecuted by the Communists
and who have in past years form-
ed the bulk of refugees

Under 26

All but three of those I spoke
toa boatload of fishermen
were under 30, and the majority
were under

A good example of what i
going on, the h he is older than
most, i fair 1ired, 28-year-old
Jan Kozacsynski, I met him in
Paris,

He had been the chief techni-
cian at Warsaw airport, in charge
of all repairs and servicing until
dune 22, when he and 25-year-old
Robert Jurek, one of his
mechanics, stowed away in a
plane leaving for France, and got
safely all the way to Le Bourget

1 Paris airport.

So well did the Communists
irust Jan that they picked him
last year for a trip to Moscow, a
privilege which is conferred only
on those considered 100 per cent.

reliable—and only on a_ few of
them.
Jan led a party of four Polish

who for four months
last year—from May 20 to Sept-
ember 20—stayed at the Hotel
Metropole in Moscow and worked
at the Wnukowo airfield, outside
Moscow.

mechanies



SEFTON DELMER, chie?
Foreign Reporter of the Daily
Express investigates the
swelling tream of refuges
breaking through to the West

m the Soviet satellite
States It is story of the
Men Who Got Out—or wer
throw it Here is his first
report;

From SEFTON DELS.ER:
Political Talks

During the
course



Vien

day they took a
of instructicn in the repair
and servicing of the Soviet IL-12
aireraft now keing supplied by
the Russians to the Poles. in tie
evenings there was political in-
struction in Stalinism and the
Stalin way of life.

But, despite the warnings of
his’ embassy’s commercial coun-
sellor that any but the most offic-
ial contacts with Russians were
cut of order, Jan, an attractive
fellow, managed to get to know
some Russians ‘after all.

Two girls whom he met on the
airfield invited him to their
families, where Jan was depressed
by what he saw of the low
tandards of living of the Russian
workers. Low, that is, compared
with what Poles were accustomed
te before “liberation.”

No one among the political
pies in Moscow or Warsaw sus-
jected either Jan or Robert. And
why, after all, should they?

These two Poles had _ good
proletarian parents, they them-
selves had never been out of
Poland, they had served in the
fSoviet-organised Polish Air Force
ufter the war. (“It was the best
way to take cover,” said Robert),
they attended the requisite num-
ber of political meetings.

And when they were asked
whether they had been connected

with the “home army under-
ground,” which had fought the
German occupation force’ in

Poland during the war, they said
‘No.”

Why did Jan and Robert decide
to make their get-away? Jan had
thought about it, he told me, for
some time

He had heard accounts of suc-
cessful escapes on the radio, and
as early as last December he had
actually discussed the possibility
cf escaping with the rest of the
mechanics under his charge at a
moment when two men he knew
to te informers were out of the

way.
Now or Never
Final impulse, however, came
whea three things combined to

tell him it was now or never.

i The party bosses, who were
his superiors at the airfield, told
him that he was to be transferred
shortly and promoted. At the
same time they complained that
he was not active enough politi-
cally. They wanted him to give
rerorts on the political views and
activities of his men,

2, More and more mechanics
from his staff were being culled up
for “reserve training” with the
Polish Air Force. This meant that
mony things were bound to go
wrong in the under-staffed work-
shops.

He, as the one responsikle,
would soon find himself up on a
charge of sabotage unless he in-



formed against the others first.

3. The call-up, the increase in
terrorism, the deportation ana
purge of many of his and Robert's

friends from Warsaw, the sub-
stitution of Russian for Polish
cfficers at all levels of the Polist.

Army above that of company
mmander—all this made hit
ink that Poland was being pre-

}a ed by the Russians for war.
‘And if there was to be a war,”

he said to me, “I didn’t want tc

{nd myself on the side of

country’s enemies and exploiters.’

The almost incredible con/i-
dence which Jan
showed in the solidarity of hip
fellow-workers—and its justifica~
tion as things turned out—is also:
a feature of some of the other)
escape siories I heard.

I must say I should find it most
worrying if I were one of the men
in the Kremlin, for none of this
speaks highly for the ultimate
reliability of the satellite arme
forces being built up, trained, ana
equipped with such intensity b)
the Soviet.

No One Talked

However encouraging the
rapidly expanding membershi;
Statistics of the Communist organ-
isations in the satellite countries
may be, these symptoms rather

Suggest that they are not more
reliable than other Communist
statistics.

Of the 12 Polish sailors wh

mutinied on board the Polish
survey vessel H.G. 11 while at sea
this month no fewer than ten
were card-bearing, fully paid-u,
members of the Communist Youtt
organisation, Not one of them
denounced the escape _ plot
although it had been brewing for
some time

With exemplary
darity, the entire fo'’c’sle of this
g£00d ship planned together how
they would take possession of the
ship’s small store -of firearms,
overpower and lock up the cap-
tain, his officers, and the radio
operator and then take the ship
to Sweden and liberty. Withou.-
« hitch they carried out the plan

Marxist soli-

When I met them in the little
Swedish town of Landskrona they
were neatly dressed in civilian
tweeds. The only thing that re-
called their naval origin was their
well-bronzed faces. They were
talking with entirely un-Bolshe-
vist enthusiasm of a capitalist
reactionary cowboy film they haa
seen in the local cinema.

But despite their enthusiasm
for the Wild West, I nevertheless
persuaded them to tell me their
story. I heard from them in detai
why and how they decided ft
escape with this survey ship, the
enly one at the disposal of the
Polish Navy, and thus inflict a
bitter loss on the Polish anc
Soviet admiralties,

For the results of two years o
careful minefield plotting carrie
out by this vessel are undone,
because among the 12 Polish
sailors remaining in Sweden are
the three map-makers who know
the exact lie of the minefields-
to-be.

What they had to say seems to
me so illuminative of all that is
going on in. satellite countries
today, that I propose to send you
a full despatch on it.

Shells, Storms, inseets did not stop the R.A.MLC's

95.000 Heroes

THE Royal Army Medical Corps
dealt with some 6,000,000 casual-
ties in World War II.

More than half the stomach
wounds which would have proved
fatal 50 years ago were healed.

Only 20 per cent. of shattered
limbs were amputated, as against
70 per cent, in the 1914-18 wai

Percentage of injured eyes lost
fell from 67 to 37.

Yet—as in the





desert war in

North Africa-—the line of evacuu-
tion for wounded sometime
stretched 500 miles and more
along rough tracks and through
marshes,

Injuries were much more com-



plicated, owing to the develop-
ment of air bombing, tank warfare,
and the wholesale use of intricate

mines





Under Fire

The magnificent part played by

the Corps is told in “Not Least in

the Crusade,” by Peter Lovegrove

(Gale and Polden, 5s.), a 90-page
book ju t published.

courage




and skill
regimental
edical officers.

North
under shell fire
ment nm
insects and wit

Africa they ‘worked
and air bombard-
dust-storms, plagued by
h water scarce,

For surgeries they used three-
ton vehicles ith tarpaulin lean-to

| cove
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capitalism
cal in the

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and unjust later, finally
table and ar onistic.”
pite these attacks the
Government is not above
British demo
r
re 1 yv ese

1 salt marsh by Italian field guns
at 300 yards range, a_ medical
officer drove up in his car while
the battle was still raging.

He visited tak after tank and
dealt with more than 30 casual-
ties, including an amputation,

At Sidi Rezegh, in October 1941,
an advanced British surgical cen-
tre was captured and “recaptured”
four times. It was even visited by
Rommel, the German Commander!

Wonder Drug

In 1943 came the first trials with
the new wonder drug, penicillin,
i: North Africa and Sicily—*“per-
haps the most important discovery
in the history of medicine.”

Quickly it saved hundreds of
cases that would otherwise have
proved fatal, and halved time in
hospital,

Arnhem saw the Corps’ greatest
achievement,

Only one R.A.M.C. officer and
13 other ranks came back out of
500 dropped from the skies with
the 1st. Airborne Division,

They remained at their posts in
the thick of the fighting, looking
after British and German wounded
ike,

The author tells us:—

“One field ambulance established
in the town hospital was over-
run on the evening of the first
day, and the whole unit was takea
away with the exception of two
surgeons.

“They began fresh surgical oper-

ations every time the enemy tried
to move them.

“They remained there for severa!
weeks until all the wounded were
fit to be taken with them to
P.o.W. camps.”

Highly developed health discip-
line enabled us to beat the Japs
in the steaming swamps of Burma

In the prison camps of Singa-
pore and Japan, captured R.A.M.C
men operated, we are told, with
old safety-razor blades, bent-up
tablespoons, and odd _ bits of
thread,

Of a Corps strength of 95,000
officers and men, 2,463 died.

Decorations won included <¢
V.C., 49 D.S.O.s, 322 M.C.s, 12
D.C.M.s, 254 M.M.s, and three

George Medals.
Aid to Victory

Out East, Viscount Mountbatten
described the R.A.M.C.’s mercy
work as a powerful factor” in
final victory,

In his despatch on the opera-
tions in N.W. Europe, Field-Mar-
shal Viscount Montgomery spoke
of the “truly remarkable success”
of the medical organisation.

He concluded: “Doctors were
prepared to lay 15 to one that
once a man got into their hands,
whatever his injury, they would
save his life and restore him to
fitness ‘These odds were
achieved with a handsome margin.”

The recovery rate was in fact
94 per cent



—L.E.S.

on Stirs The Hate

sealed lips of Minister of

the Finance Ramos Caraijo, who told

a Briton seeking an interview:

e British—anything. You
k the British.” And most
with just a touch of

headed by decadent and One.of the greatest compliments usually
Britain, is drowning be- to Britain fell oddly from
he still cli to imperial-
ind foolish party politics,” “For th
can't lic
Going Down FROM PRAISE Argentines,
, envy, agree,
ficial Democracia describ- TO ABUSE

—L.E.S.



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THE DISENCHANTED. By Budd Scbulberg.

The Bodley Head. 12s. 6d. 534 pages.

THE rocket had pg in: brilliant |
spangles in the sky of the late, garish and
srazy "Twenties,

This is the story of the stick coming, down, |
djown, down, through a week in the late
Thirties, the last week in the life of the once
orilliant, fabulously suecessful writer, |
Manley Halliday.

You can, if you like, insist on the re-
semblance between Halliday’s career and
that of a historic personage, the late IF’. Scott
Fitzgerald, laureate and spoilt darling of the
era of wild parties and flaming youth, author
of The Great Gatsby.

The point has, for a British audience, no}
particular relevance.
find Seott Fitzgerald’s brilliance has evapor-
ated; the sheen has faded from his prose.
They will certainly find in Manley Halliday
the pathetic, fascinating and—most important |
of all—convineing portrait of a man of

genius on his way out.

Schuiberg, author of that strident, antl
Makes |
inspired not |

tong novel of the cinema. What
Sammy Run, has here been

only to sardonic brilliance but also to deep |

and angry feeling, not only by a craftsman *s|
also by something like per- |
It is as if he were paying off |

enthusiasm, but
sonal loyalty.

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They would probably | ;

an old score against life for what it did to the |

man he knew as—say Manley Halliday.
The Disenchanted, Evening Standard |
choice for August, can stand on its own merits |

contrived ruin, and a chorus which mourns
in variations of the theme: The waste!
pity of it all! No second chances in this
world. No money returned at the gate. The

plus interest at 100 per cent.

It is, if you like, a criticism of the age
which collapsed in ruin one fine afternoon
in 1929, when the sky over Wall Street was
dark with the bodies of falling brokers and
a new era of social conscience was cruelly
born. Through this age, which is not his
own, Manley Halliday wanders, bewildered
lost, a stranger, becoming forgotten.

Until a day comes when he appears in the
Hollywood office of Victor Milgrim, film
tycoon, smooth, powerful and unlikeable, a
kind of intellectual cannibal living on other
men’s brains,

Milgrim’s idea is to use the Halliday
legend and, if possible, the Halliday mind to
give quality to Love on Ice, a commonplace
film seript written by a young man named
Shep Stearns, to whom Halliday is a demi-
god. From the first ominous moments, you
are sure that disaster attends this ill-
conceived collaboration between the idolator
and the seedy ex-dipsomaniac, diabetic and
non-writing novelist to whom there clings
some of the glamour and gentility of the past.

The script is never written; is not even
begun. Halliday, to whom Shep is all

innocence offers champagne, goes off on an
epic “bender”, disgraces himself in the most
public and pitiable manner at a stiff college
reception where Milgrim wishes to exhibit
him; gets frost-bite, gangrene; makes one last
epigram (“in America, nothing fails like
success’) and dies.

But The Disenchanted is more than the
story of one calamitous week, of a come-back
that failed. Interwoven, by anecdote and
flash-back is the whole of Halliday’s adult
life. In the end we know it all from
Armistice Day in Paris, 1918, when he meets
the beautiful Jere who is to be his love, wife
and ruination. For Jere has a wildness that
excels and excites his own.
the Alcoholic Stakes she wins by a short
head.

Where did they go wrong those amusing
Hallidays, “
tegether’’?

Seeking the answer, Halliday’s

gin, easy money, easier debts, travel, exhaus-

| tion, sleep pills by night and benzedrine by |
taught the bitter lesson by |

day. In the end,
agents who suddenly “out of town,”
publishers who will not give another advance,
friends who drop him—or die;

are

In the race for |

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so charming, so witty, so perfect |
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memory |
takes him on a journey through the Jazz)
Age—too many parties, too much popularity, | §

hero who struggles vainly against his self- |

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sins you do by two and two you pay for- -|

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English Popular In Martinique Schools

Teacher Explains System
In Complementary Schools

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“RIPPINGILLES”

| BLUE - FLAME
STOVE

RATIONED

Third Party Insurance
Very Necessary Measure
—Say Businessmen

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sacher of a Complementary
said to the Advocate yester-

rd of Martini im-

Mr. Raymond Neris, Assis|
School of Marin, Martiniq
day that
proving”.
Mr. Neris, who arrived here on holiday on August 9, is
staying with Mr. Matthews of Seaferd, Worthing. He is
expected to return to Manrtinique His
‘hools re-open on Oct

“the educati

lat it is very necessary for Government to introduce a Bill

for Compulsory Third Party Insurance, was the view ex-
essed by some people when interviewed by the Advocate

yesterday

Mr. Fred Goddard, M.C.P.

lal Standca jue 18

on September 14 . of the firm of Messrs. Johnson &







































“The response in the schoo! au Redman, said that almost all commercial vehicles in Bridge-
the teaching of English is ver a . ' town carried a Third Party Insurance. The firms cannot |!
satisfactory’, Mr. Neri iid, Playing Fields run the risk of having a chauffeur knock down a pedestrian

id that is lear sign. of ‘ ss . and they having to compensate relatives. |
rovemen! For SE Thomas a aid that in Great Britain, power is $15.84 yearly; over 15]9)
He was of the opini he said . like i Trinidad, to drive horse power it is $18.72. This is |
niquan E i EARLIER this year the St licle td Party fi Third Party I iyrance only
nan J a hom Vestry were trying to find ce 1 offence \ present we give no Third
aes foi k ite to establish u ( icence, “It is Party insurance on hired cars, |
I 1 ield in the parish, Th lime Government ! 1 foods-carrying vehicle up t | |
: lish perio / ) that would have been : dc 1 bill to the horse power 1¢ is $17.28 yearly |} |
OF aah ABP: CONES. Bre them from a population l aking compulsory and over 15 horse power $20.16, | fi]
taught to think only in Engli not sufficient to car f ll motor vehicles on the road _Third Party Insurance only |
and they ar rade to convers playing field scheme as t ve Third Party coverage covers injury to person or per-
only in Engli h ice that they would have As our la tands at present sens involved and damage to .

As an example o ‘8 bad to offer for the land w yuld 1 ; OFFERED. Ue. Wee Sr vnernte. mecp airy Ene en evehanstes FOR EASY & Lik
taught to think in |} he } @ it ; ae eae es t or mall t because it feel morally o rs take out a Comprehensive ee AN
said “the ct not told tha : oe , a dand owners to s% bound to the injured ones but Insurance Policy which covers
‘house’ is the E h word for Rtas iataiter bs 3 we should go further and amend for accidental damage, Third
‘la maison’, but ! n a house 4.) scene aca at ane the law wher the Government Party, fire and theft c O O K ] N G
and told it is a ‘h 1 Reena s i rsgeecipe ele doa ; no | hat unique and He aid “At present we
the word I t of h langu- ,) © Ve ee — org grin apr favourable p mn of not being reserve the right of not offering e
age. bet ry a rent it at a peppe >? 1 olie f we < . :

Mr. Neris said that pictures COM rental to them for a playing pen Goddard i that if the to F licy Ps Eve think mee St 3

f aos , ieee : 5 Mi arc é oO great iven if Government
play a great rt in the teaching eta the Vestry have again 1 Was amended Governmen* should introduce Compulsory
of English in Martinique. Only in “Ppointed a Playing

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itt ek ‘ would become liable just as any Third Pariy Insurance, I believe |
extreme cases | whe n t child : 1 eee ste look Reta possibilities commercial firm it is imperative that we must |
cannot understand a | cular nore 1 suitable site Another reserve that right.” } AGENTS,
phrase in English, he id, the The’ original Playing Field ther 1essman said that en ae . |
ase is expl: Pie Hin Committee ha beer sete \ U in sai é I d d
phrase is explainec » him mn a a d cen, making it wa tright in horse-and- rin i Scouts
French. negctiations with a view to getting ; a
; ; buggy days when the activities v Ne
One Hour end trom Contents, but eventually +} : H l 1 ( < age
Fi ; = mw wu Governmer were very ol samp ire
An hour each that was withdrawn nite hut: thd the Gover
in ever) The Vestry were told that the ; cone tad : Fifteen Trinidad 2ud Point For
for the teact oO Government had reached decisions c me i m na h tin Sea Scouts staged a camp fire
Neris said. Schoo! is on policy with regards to the estab- t of running ve tu YuM.C.A. tase nignt ro.
day except Sundays «1 lis hing f a pl aying fit ld ; W necessary that these vehicle ie scouts who nave come to Bat
days. The pupils are ir No fund is to be eleased with- should have Third Party cover aos on a nobaay, it was romp
hours every i cut approv u of the Governor-in- a ng night and for the two doze
30 hours every wec : I vt utive Committee, a : eS w > . regarc he public, he said nn audience it was a pleasant wa
Mr. Neris said th ! yu Priv lands s¢ lected for play- re elf to one hundred cheroots a month, the “Nanny ue ne men leave their homes on 1 while away the two hours
has two secondar c ols in fie are to be acquired an g0Or rnin with the intention of As > tire blazed aw stin
— one for boys ne for Government from Labour Welfare Although she is only a very small woman (four feet six inches ng to work fer an honest living sj} re pede ‘ the Mi C A
girls 15 complem . hools Funds and leased to the appro- in height), Mrs. ister Chit Win (24 years-old) has a problem to their wives and children. The prounds, the scouts lost them ree
and over 100 elementary schools. priate Vestry at the pepper corn solve. Mrs. Chit Win came to England to act as “Nanny” to the xt th you hear is that a , oe ’ tha: i r
M ; Ahk el es ay rental of 24 cents ; children of Mr. and Mrs. BE. W. Drown of Mill Lane, Shoreham, ee a baa” tate. Wee into the joy of the camp fir
. ¢ € , j ti Ll é 3. i? . ul cke i Vv i 1 , 5 re ;
Most mt the eee del hats ' Preference should be given tu Sussex, for a year. She is the wife of a Rangoon clerk and smokes oye ens > hha Gite wimetant roe sphere and entered into th
The average elen at ; F 7 100 cheroots a month, but the stock of [ rr

, the acquisition of land other than 300, with which she left Ran- many yells and songs with gusto
about 700, i a s on é )

attendance is









a, crop bearing sites goon in June, is nearly exhausted and she does not know how to My Pe het we + Se athe Lian The camp tire was to have be
average complementary school, 80 Tt or oa ae t f 1 i i: be replenish them unless she can get fresh supplies from Rangoon. She J rig a { 1 of re. Bun at 8 o'clock, but the scout
while each of the two secondary as me eee Restarts sire 1 be plans to try out British cigars—if she can afford them.—EXPRESS. te Sia pe eG a tt care~ not being altogether at
schools has a roll call of about 400 termined dy the poulation of the c ¢ ne of the driver but w hat Hane. things: ata not wet
aieciiinie hee the Sid parish—$1.50 being | per head has the driver got to compensate inti ati 5 :
SAECEEGUG BE : though under exceptional circum- “ - the } nan’s ae Scare

of education as opposed to s - stances, the Governor-in-Execu F d Nothir

eee aes t = . a ne Oe tive Committee will be prepared ac n ar a OSs propert

satisfy his headm: r in his work a : se victim’

he remains in the form at the end Sree ap eeoN

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as under the wood.’ But even
the fire got going and the
gave their Island Yell follow

the Troop Yell in the true

ardless of hi

But res

of the term.
child
form once he passes his ex a=

yf this amount, > ~ lef 0 aa : i a
: On completion of the works, Aft 4. a S A Director Soe

age, a is sent up to another vestries# will be called on to + er e r n e e e Director of one of boys
ubmit audited accounts of expen- other part

ae

the City

aid: “In of the Ca DY

ee he said. fi Giture monies received from! After 45 years in the U.S.A.,, Mr. Clarence H. Bryan, a Bar- a a. ry to mes ht A tie es Barun ss wens
omplementary schools in the fund. ae : : : es waday by the s.s Party nsurance an¢ AS sparks ga op i
tinique are for moulding The Vestry were told that all badian, returned to the island on Wednesday by wet k it is necessary in Barbados dart about, Group Seout Leadet



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Fort Townshend. He is staying at Mayville Guest House, St, ce vehicle A. B
Lawrence, and expects to spend three weeks here. He will are increasing

return to the U.S.A. on September 19 by the s.s. Fort Am- ©n'y one thing T

for entry into a
They are the
elementary school and the sec

secondary unber of

greatly
fear

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formal applications for assistance MO OR
should be as detailed and specific

id- as possible and should include all

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nor capital, therefore th: “Lend me your torch here,” “Carry
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ary schools. expenses which it was desired to ce ne : anand Insurance may run some of the. invited by local scouts and were \ Phere is no need for you to go out in
h he T hend
: o - J be incurred herst, sister ship of the Townshend, vehicles off the road, The owners willing to see the points in the ]{\ a dirty car when you have a..... ‘
School Set Up Tt ees Ween ck 5 In June 1906, Mr. Bryan left the He told the Advocate yesterday, iy find the insurance premium ‘okes and so things went well -
Commenting on the set-up il ane V - mG als os sr ee island at the age of 15 He first “When I left Barbados 45 years top, high "aPhe. seonne Ther on. the - pre
. ‘ € res oO he Socié sifare 2 s " : + t ) a
the schools, Mr. N ‘ : a eae oe ee van ve as went to New York where he spent ago the last thing I saw was that e majority of cars taken on ;yamme was the Welcome Song ee VOR a aT Ww "A SHER
the, secondary s have two esti Qe mie h thar * medi stares six years. Following this he long strip of white beach along +} Higher Purchase System + ello, How Are You Today,” ther ae ae i
cycles a four=year cytlt ad a : d adetétaioe ina iwing up any settled on the west coast at the Christ Church coast That have’ Third Party Insurance, But ‘low The Man Down,"
pes daa wer vee a “ pi aohenia: Applications will then Seattle, Washington. strip of a renee a my the ‘ “~* E ry RS ne ni he The scouts ‘next tried a skote In a matter of 10 minutes or so your car can
p sg i . és cies y ee be investigated before submission His father was head saddler for ™ an ree y wn. ae a pent ro g ee ‘ Higher ” EChare #7 which. they called “The Hypno- |} be thoroughly washed, cleaned and on the
sycie —— % ur-yee ry C2E t 7 tovernor-in-Executive . ‘e Force ¢ . n- the U.S.A. e returned on 1e maAjOVI are ownec , * ;" :
a who vasses through & o the Governor-in-Executive the Police Force and he was ap- 1% TS sows eet thing I wa Mr. Dorian Cole of the firm ot [8% ) road egain with a bright sparkling appearance.
cane yee ; ,. Committee either by the Social prenticed to the Weekly Ilustrated t ay th LAE i oi tabare’ CiGt co Ltd said i The scouts next sang a ecalypsc |} ‘
mentary school and go¢ AOE ae . . se ras ‘ same +hess O10 'S ere 4 mse . ut ne P i
eee nie ee is automatically Welfare Officer who may desire where his godfather wi angers mw i M ee a oe nec ry that’ Third Party themselvs but the tune they A steady flow of water through the washing
a to. THe. three= le * iss the scheme further with He afterwards worked with Meee amen es ots in Insurance should be compulsory Chose was not quite what every head of the cleaner enables all dirt to be easily
placed into the three-year hn the Vestry or by a sub-Committee old Recorder newspaper In 1ing that has not changed for the simple reason that there body was expecting to hear com ; a ai bale 4k itl t fuss .
et is the senior part of ie of oe Governor-in-Executive those s we had no linotype Mr. Bryan sala that he enjoyed are man owne of cal ‘ fh » ing irom Trinidad, It was some \ prot ty —- a clean quic job withou uss or
He said that it is however bebe i nay vachines,” he said Everything the spectacle of the Fort Towns- Have st% \ mes ; pet iage i
e said that 5 Gevernment also said that was set in hand type. We also hend taking the SS. Coulgarve Means of realising enough mones The Seout went on to. sing ee sith ‘
realised in Martinique that a chile hoped all Vestries which had yaq to use a hand press which we under tow. He aid that. ta: Aiee Toma econd hand car and more .and give more of their | SPECIAL JET, for under Fender and Body
leaving a compieme! 100" not yet seen their way to prepare took turns in working. We were, (ayia iinnas mets 6 tate "4 t I nothing beyond that, native jokes and the night wa cleaning.
may not be in the position to goto schemes for the establishment of poweve larauaatie te nae she cabie that was sent towards the , 1 result that in case of an!y bate litaie Biel seen $6 {
os elke ary school and so extra pl a fields io (inakies oe ee ee ee he Coulgarve broke but the second (04.0, nic the driver’ ass : ' ; ( ‘ :
1 secondary school a ying fields in their respective el ict } Mak t i
as ary sch and playing s i “spe paper out on time, : , j ciden \ the end Make a point of seeing these without delay.
subjects such as physics, chemistry, parishes, would be able without ht hold of the di a ae. 1 fault, th person who has beer A. lotal ‘scout. of the tet. Se |
handwork, sewing, manual work undue delay to make available [n Seattle Mr. Bryan is a teacher Perhaps Late weet oa, aTauTeG disabled or. kill ae "hey scouts brought along a guita i ™” Sample Quantity Only in Stock !
and the like are t ht in the con the facilities for which a total of juniors between the ages of for sepia a oe the cident, gets no compensa ior A CaM GEAR TA! cima craw ane |
sntar 1001s amount of $300,000 has_ been . and . the cables of the Townshend were A Representative re ets 1{
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Primary Inspectoi e allocated from the Labour Welfare organiser of a radio programme used. If we did not tak A representative of one of the I 1 OL WHAT q OMPL " Vk om | C.50
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

















































Minimum charye tesk 78 GOVERNMENT N
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, : eS ee Oe. a0 ’ s
TELEPHONE 2506 minimus charge $1.50 on week«days oe cece Scena Carte 2 over 24} Compensation For British Interests In French Nationalised Attention te af i
reese tliat sestintinerinnrin ee | ani 3 wee’ a € . Attention is dtawn to tl : re ion le /
. on Sundays. word on Sundays; Gas And Electricity Undertakings ment) Order 1951 "Ne 28 * a ; a ee) ae
, ; | ; An Agreement has been concluded between the Government of the q, et ee NO. 28 which will be published in the Official
jaiaeail DIED aaa :| FOR SALE REAL ESTATE HOUSES | United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Sates afd’ the ‘ine Gazette of Thursday, 30th August, 1951
her idenc Seulah cline charge week 72 cents and. LS a mee eee 7 or 2. Under this Orde > me , . ;
= a eae Prinp, eaiae - dbdaae Okie ar _ alitlaiaaidianient tin ernment of the French Republic relating to the terms of compensau: («Cc e é. . r the maximum retail’ selling ptice of
jertrude Harewood. Aage 77 oo . cu edt oe ee ‘BY Public competition at the office, PEDROOM-—One Comfortable Bedroom | toy British vate ; F sa Cement” is as follows: —
on ka ae the above residence word on Sundays; e a Beg a ae Friday the ttn} ¥ith se Beds and running water. With or British interests in French nationalised gas and electricity under~
. pa 2 joe at m. a stonewal))“ Quiet family in Hastings. Meals avail- anings ARTIC |
Church } dwelli P awa : e a &5. é ICLE RE’ .
— ng housé containing Drawing rr able. For particuls . 2094 Fae | RETAIL PRICE
gi. Seabee tanen bee oak seam. two bedrooms, kitchen. compe British nationals who are the present owners of such interests and | (not more than)
(sons:, ise and out offices, sta tw. a = . j : ; : : Y j i: -
Harewood daughters). Mildred Hare- AUTOMOTIVE of land at Military Son A em a CLIFTON TRERAGR—T0 an oppress who wish to claim compensation under the Agreement may obtain CEMENT \ $2.56 per bag of 94 lbs.
eee ee ee a 4 pena . Michael. Inspection on application ‘e"@nt. Furnished House, Upper Bay further information about the provisions of the Agreement and 30th August. 1981
wood, (grandchildren), 2 1947 Model in good] hours of 6-8 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. | OPposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali|the procedure for the submission of claims , Sha Bust, 1 31.8.5
ne dren). working order, tyres vers good. Diai—| hours of 6—18 a.m. and 3-8 pm | niodern conveniences. Apply on premises . s nission of claims thereunder, on application | BARBADOS .51--1n
mer pers please copy 4239 31.8,51—3n. ~~ -y particulars and conditions of 3.8.si—t#n.| 2t the Colonial Secretary's Office. sine Sindeat hil i
iN MEMO CAR One Vauxhall “Velox” 1960-51 HUTCHINEON & ANF 7 FRAT—At Bt, Munys Vinechon > The French Government have agreed to an amendment of the TAKE NOTI
RIAM po 7 ellent condition at Lew mee D i James Street at Vicarage Fontabelle Phone~ s108 Agreement to provide for an extension of the time-limit for the sub- CE
= ae si—sn. eee ee aa mission of declarations of acceptance, until the 11th September, 1951.
CALLENDAR—In loving memory of our The undersigned will offer for Sale at FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, new! 9
dear Antionette Callendar who depart- CAR One Vauxhall 18 oe ae public competition at their Office, No. built with spacious cupboards. Phone $1.8.51—2n,
ed on August S3ist 1960 10,000 miles, like new. Phone 2861 Y}17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, @si0. 3th
‘With all your labours done; Kanch or 456% Cyril Stoute ok 14th day of September, 1951, at 2306) ———-————— .
And all your earthly toils complete 29.8.51—7n. Pe of *RISDALE, Barbarees, St. Michael). | CHANCERY SALE
A rest is yours — sq justly won i eae eres as sr gh carey G:FT SHOP. standing adjoining Barbarees House. Moder The undermentioned pro y will
Take it at Jes feet : One Dodge Car 1937 moael in square feet of iand, adjoining Stone Bungalow. 3 bedrooms and! Public Build Rr property w be cet up for sale at the Registration Office
Mrs. Am Ramsay (Sister), Cameron aod working condition. No reasonable | With oehadon Aquatic Club, together | «I! usual offices. Garage and servants’| the date s eae ars between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and or
Ramsay (Nephew! 21.8.51—1n, | Offer refused. Phone 4908 or apply: B'dos. | “ ne Goodwill and Assets of the room and all services ine iding @@*.| ©t the s. sa 7 and if no’ then sold it will be set up on each succeeding Friday
FARLE—in loving f Charl ae 25.8.51 t.f.n. above. ue now carried on under th ae orchard approximately half an acre pplication to ‘me, AAC CS AER SRENE, RAETS, WAN Sold... Full. Pertinulars, on
eS memory o arles A ame. or appointment 1 , - :
Christopher Earle who died on 29th CAR; Drop-head convertible Ford v-8| INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes- | Pellamy, 8: yee agen ten oh asl by i Seo JAMES ARTHUR TUDOR
5 Binge f death hood Ring Rw. ‘Nicholls 3958 Taeece . Kha’ 8 a between the hours of - meee PROGENTY. ‘A. THAT Solesia a an de 1
ains © ath are past ny icholls tw . on applicat » “VOLE? — spec + a. in piece or parce’ { land situate at Welchms
Labour and sorrow caaia 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 23.8.51—t 2.05 premises Pe eee ee ‘cabtcstahin iaieien ee nt oon. | Hall in the parish of Saint Thomas and ‘sland “aforesaid. donieihing by That R. J. REY NOLDS TOBACCO c
And life's long warfare closed at last, | ——_—_=_—___—-—_—_———__ For further particulars, and conuitions | W-th all conveniences A se on vdmeasurement Three Roods sevegteen Perches or thereabouts (of which aren | ‘*'SUng under the laws of the State of Stet ton a corporation organized anil
Fis soul is found in peace MOTOR BYKE — The Aeriel four]! Sale, apply to :— Clarke, 7 Swan Street. Phone 2631/0 | Four Perches ate in the Public Road hereinafter mentioned) abutting and bounding | WhOse trade or business address is Mais ane Posen eed, States of America,
Vernies Earle (Wife). Gilbert and John | Square Motor Byke, No reasonable offer COTTLE, CATFORD & Co 2029 ; one 2631 oF | on lands formerly of McDonald Chandler but now of doe Cave on lands of the? | Carolina, United States of America, Manutactucers, hat aoulied foe coe eens North
'Sons); Desma and’ Clare baughters) | Fefuse. Apply. C Spencer, Gills. Road oe ce 18 a 26 n. | estate of William Small, deceased, on lands now or late of one Mayers on lands ot | Of @ trade mark in Part “A” of Reg cturers, has applied for the registration
31.8.51—1n | or Ring—s177 — 3545 36 ,.8.51—3n. en Highland Plantation and on the Public Road or however else the same may abut | 4!! purposes cigarettes, cigars, smokin r * yo Po of tobacco of all kinds and for
icine inion nptiss oeinernnranatinens: | aca —ens | THA very esirébla busines preniioes |'and bound Together with the messuage or dwelling house and all and singular | SMokers and snuff, and will be entitled to register the seme nee ey Products for
ANNOUNCEME? VAUXHALL—12 h.p. Saloon—in good known as No, 22 Swan Street occupying WANTED other the buildings and erections thereon the 30th day of August 1951, unless ee efor a ait fr Ine arene one
ENTS condition Courtesy Garage Dial—4614 # Corner site and standing on 2,520 square UPSET PRICE: £1,000. 0. 0 e in duplicate to me at my office of op) position Pack saa leanne Gs See
a 30.8.51—6n. | feet of land, é Date of Sale: 14th September, 1951 can be seen on application at my ohne on of such registration. The trade math
_ Victoria an Loan Exhibition Barbados | — eae Inspection on application to the tenant | H. WILLIAMS, Dated this 24th day of August 1951
Museurm, Last Day Friday 31st. August.| The following cars in excellent cou-| Mt. F. S. Nicholls. HELP RRS NENeay H. WILLIAMS
20.8.51—3n, | dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan —- Fluid} This property will be set up to Public sa ae 31.6.8)--én | got Registrar of Trade Marks
| Grive (absolutely A-1,) 3,000.00, Vauxhall | ©°Mpetition on Friday 31st August 1951, COOK—Wanted in St. Peter, exper-| ipateinepeneeitin Sipametenteesaenneerannl eaten ) ¢.51—8n , :
————— | Wyvern 12. hp. 1,100.00, 1948 Hillman | # 2 p.m. at the office of the undersigned. | Jenced cook for small family ’ middle OFFICIAL NOTICE
1,700.00, 1946-47 Hillman 1,050.00, Ford CARRINGTON & SEALY. aged, must live in. Apply Box—D.E.F. | "
TAKE NOTICE Prefect 750.00. Cole & Co., Ltd. Bay & | 18.8.51—12n 31 8.513n_ | BARBADOS : |
Probyn Streets 30.8.51—6n eager eel | 2 (IN CHANCERY)
he undersigned will offer f |} LADY— |
| VAN—A Twelve Horse Power Bed | public competition at their eel A ne wor office at Motel Royal In pursuance of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice t6 all persons |
| Van in first class Bondi¢ion prot 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Prides, | Manaqir’ writing and tn tweet to the | having or claiming wny estate, right or interest or any lien or ineumbrance in or |
sell. Apply: Courtesy Garage or Dial | the 7th. duy of September, 1961, at 3] di ecilaasictnend cme gh | Sees he ne Re EEE ee ee ee nee a ae
ats : 1. p P| s
| 44.8.51—In The «dwellinghouse. known as | PERSONAL to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and | dian National Steam hi ~
ELECT ' “ALLEYNE VILLE,” with | the land | ® o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration OMee, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, | wm Ss ps
Phat “CORNING: GLASS ‘wore, -y| RICAL sinithch, “the sine bake abit as th before the 29th day of September, 1951 in order that such claims may be reported.on | tate
cinosation st oh : 2 | denitctillasioenlittendetomanntiosictlhatetomeignamaiinsin * taioneth abs, an ereto | is is to notify the general public | and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, otherwise sueh ~~ §OUTHBOUND a
z of the State of New York, | REFRIGER TOR—c ging, containing by admeasure-| that 1, IVY DANIBLS ‘nee Smart), scten » ei : |
United States of America, Man tracturer Fos a Crosley 1 c.ft—| ment 4,858 square fect or thereabouts,| am no longer under the care and pro. | no will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all | Sails Saite Salle Abstvee Salla
whose trade or business address tl econ arate New Courtesy and the out-buildings thereto, situate | tection of my husband Law rence Daniele claims on or against eine JACQUES HUMPHREY | LADY Montreal Maiitax Reston Racbader
Walnut Street, Corning City, New York,| 92% } 28.8.51—6n. | on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ’ Church, IVY DANI : : 2 ic REE ao Sus #5 Aug 4 Sept
Sate TRA. hue aboiek for mel adjoining Hotel Royal | : ELS, DEFENDANT: ANNA LORRA SPENCER CAN, CRUISER 29 Aus r = oer
, has applied for the! ‘ 2 Roy Church Village, | PROPERTIES: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of Jand situate at| CAN. CHALLENGER 8 Se io 10 Sept. 33 Sens
registration of a trade mark in Part Kspection any day except Sundays, St. Michael Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados afore- | LADY RODNEY sebt 20 Sept. 41 Sept
of Register in respect of glass between the hours of 12 noon and 5/ %.8.51—2n said containing by admeasurement thirty three perches Abutting | CAN CONSTRUCTOR 2 ae a Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct
products of all kinds, and will be entitled FURNITURE ah | and bounding on two sides on iands of Alphonsa Hoppin on lands | |.ADY NELSON eet i 10 Oct iL Oct
to register the same after one month For further particulars, and conditions - , ao PD ay Wee 19 Oct 15 Oct 24 Oct 28 Oct
fron ’ > of ry of May Atkins and on a road or however else the same may abut and
rom the 30th day of August 1951, unless of sale, apply to:— e . |
aGihe hall , “PORTAD. a | COTTLE, bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land - — teams al
* ee aero 189 in the meantime give Sebok. ECK" CHAIR: Ideal for oO CATFORD & CO situate at Greens in the parish of St. George and Island of Barbados NORTHBOUND ne
otice in duplicate to me at my office of a garden, in camp, on ship ete 28.8.51—E.D aforesaid containing by admeasurement one sere two roods Abutting | Arrives Sails Aseives Atri ay
opposition of such registration. The| Entirely new in design and construction | ~>—-———————— ——- |. ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A and bounding on lands of Drax Hall Plantation on lands of F. F.C. Barbados Barbados Rost Halter i rives
trade mark can be seen on application | ~Overall weight 6% lbs. Many other The undersigned will offer for Sale at| From BRITISH GULANA Gill on lands of G, T. Forde and on the public road or however else | LADY NELSON 16 Sept 18 2's ot or tan ae
at my office ‘ attractive features. Contact: S. public competition at their Office, No. W. Foster, G, Cooper, Mother P. Har the same may abut and bound Tomether with the messuage or) LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Oct bd on. non 7
Dated this 24th day of August, 1951. | Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. Dial 3713. ue a Street, Bridgetown, on Frid rington, Mother St. C. Castager, A. Mel dwelling house and all and singular other the buildings and etec. | et 28 Oct 1 Novr
WILLIAMS, _ ie th day of September, 9, Ville, R. Melville, G ‘ au tions thereon erected and built standi a bein. vith the a re “ug
3 Registrar of Trade Marks Be es p.am.: : 7 ane Se |deau, BE. Burrowes, bag ng tenances ’ uo oa neers ne vee } The M.V, “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is expected to arrive
30.8.51-——3n The | two-storied Dwellinghouse known| Linch, C. Fraser, F, Hardwick, and Bill filed 30th June, 1951 | here about the 4th September, ace ; .
, ine , : Ore ; § , aecept i” < a. a
MECHANICAL as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon|S. Bracewell Dated the 26th day of July, 1961, Staite: Chetmad-aild i epting cargo for St. Lueia, St, John,
BICYCLES—Hercules for Lad the same stands and thereto belonging, | *rom TRINIDAD MM, WILLIAMS, . x, Quehee an ontreal,
teneaiin and Sine ee and] containing by admeasurement 6,422| _ Seilochan Dolsingh, Wilfred Alexander Registrar-in-Chancery —
TAKE NOTICE | trc‘ishilvag"auratve’ ise 2ors| Ge", st, Gaueroateytuale | Buataes, Salone” Ast Stach 2 ttt
tesy Garage, Di . 7 venue Belleville, St. Michael. arroux, John llinicht’ Amy Gittens RRS EE eae
1 al 4616. 28.8.51— Inspection by appointment with Mrs, | Gréliel Scott; Beatrice Ann Felker, Ala GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. ers

PRINGE ALBERT



That R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
New Jersey, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is
Main and Fourth Streets, Winston-
Salem, North Carolina, United States
of America, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of
tobacco of all kinds and for all purposes,
cigarettes, cigars, smoking tobacco,
tobacco products, products for smokers
and snuff, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 30th 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 mark can be seen on application
at my office

Datee this 24th day 1951

at,
Registrar

of August,
WILLIAMS,
of Trade Marks

39,8.51—3n

NOTICE

Neither the Master nor the
Agents of the British s.s.
“COULGARVE” will be re-

9









sponsible for any debt or
debts contracted by the crew
of this vessel during her stay
at this port.
R. W. CHISLETT,
Master.
S. P. MUSSON, SON
&- CO, LTD. Agents.
31. 8.51.—3n.



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FURNITURE |
AUCTION

instructed by







We have been
Mr. John Hammond to sell by
Auction the Furniture and
Household Effects at ‘‘Strath~
more”, Culloden Rd., St. Mich-
ael.

Wednesday, 5th Septembe:
at 11.30 am.

Morris Suite (5 Chairs and
Settee}, Double and Single end-
ed Settees, Hat Rack, Chest of
Drawers, (Pair), Large Open
Bookcase, Coffee Tables, Dining
Table, 12 Dining Chairs, 3 Tier
Waggon, Tea Trolley, Round
Tip-Top Tables, Pr Morris
Chairs, Writing Table, Telephone
Table, Sideboards, Linen Press,
Dressing Tables with Single and
Triple Mirrors, Chest of Drawers,

i

Plant Stands, Towel Rails, Tub
| Chairs, Pr. Single Beds with
Vono Springs, Carved Single
Bed, Double Bed ALL THE

ABOVE IN MAHOGANY. 2 Up-



Painted Dessert Set Hand Paint-

| Set, China, Large Col- 1951, unless some person shall in the
Aan Cee Aluminium Pots and meantime give notice in duplicate to me}

| Pans, Misc, Kitchen Utensils, at my office of opposition of such

| Pressure Cooker, Kitchen ‘Tables, registration. oe trade sere. bee be

ication at my office

| Several Spring Filled Mattresses, seen On app

| Clothes Basket (large), Fire Ex- Dated this, 24th dey of August, 1951
tinguisher, Large Plated Serving WILLIAMS

Tray, Plated Card Tray, Misc.
Plated Silver, Servant's Bed and
Mattress, Garden Hose, Watering
Can, Galvanised Wash Tub, and
many other assorted items

Light Refreshments Available
CASH ON FALL OF HAMME®.



AUCTIONEERS

John +4. Braden
& co.

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





MISCELLANEOUS

COFFEE—O.K. Coffee; Fresh shipment
of this favourite packaged coffee may now
be had from your grocer 31,8,.51—2n



nnn als

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





CHECK COTTON GINGHAM—Six at-
tractive designs 36” wide $1.03 per yard.
Special Reductions to wholesalers, Visit
KIRPALANI, 52 Swan Street.

31.8.51—I1n

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



Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth | on FRIDAY 3ist August at 2 p.m

Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, Complex-
ion Brushes, Bath Brushes,
Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder
Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bowl
Brushes, and many others.
H. P. CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors. Dial 3382.
25.8.51—Tn
——
PAIN fades right out when you take
ASPRO. Actions speak louder than
words—ASPRO action is safe and effec-
tive. ASPRO relieves Backache—Head-
ach@—Pains in the limbs and joints—
Feverishness. Remember there is only one
ASPRO, 2 8.51—lin

THREE Motor ‘Car Tyres and Inner

Tubes Dunlop 500.16, Contact C
O'Dowd, Wm. Fogarty Ltd. Mileage
5.600. 30.8.51—2r





PUMLIC NOTICES |

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

|
|





NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in-
tention of the Commissioners of High-
ways of the Parish of Saint George of
this island to cause to be introduced
into the Legislature of this Island a Bill
authorising the said Commissioners to:

(a) Increase the salary of the Inspec-
tor of Highways of the said Parish
to a sum not exceeding £500 per
annum, and
Increase the travelling allowance
of the said Inspector to a sum
not exceeding £100 per annum.

The said increases to have effect from
the Ist day of April, 1951.

Dated this 28th day of August, 1951

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors for the Commissioners of
Highways for the Parish of
St. George 30.8,51—3n.

NOTICE or

In accordance with Rule 8 (a), more
than ten (10) Members having been
nominated to serve on the Governing
Body of the Club, a Secret Ballot will
be held on Wednesday, 5th. September,
1951 at the Club House, Beckles Road,
between the hours of 4.00 and 8.00 p.m.

P. POTTER,



(b)



Hony. Secretar+
Atwell, T. A. H.
Austin, R
Blanchette, S. A
Burke, I
Dash, L.
Edghill, O- E.
Foster, L. E.
Goddard, S.
Greenidge, D.
Greenidge, G
Greenidge, L.
Hoyos, W. F.
Hunte, A. C. M.
Johnson,-C.
Marshall, G V
O'Neale, D.
Stoute, L.
Williams, C.



31.8, 51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE



holstered Couches, Etec. Minia- VICTORY

ture Grandfather Clock, in oak

casing, Table and Standard That FOTHERGILL & HARVEY

Lamps, Carpets Cordea Occa- LIMITED, a British Company, Manu-

sional Tables, Walnut Sideboard, facturers, whose trade or business
| Several Pairs, lined Curtains, address is Harvester House, 37 Peter
| (excellent condition), Westing- Street, Manchester 2, England, has
| house Fridge, (small), Stained applied for the registration of a trade
; Deal Wardrobes, Pillows, Cush- merk in Part “A” of RHegister in

jons and Rugs, 3 Medicine Cabi- respect of drills being piece goods
| nets, Larder, Cane Upright Chair, wholly or mainly of cotton, and will
| Ware Cupboard, Glassware, Hand be entitled to register the same after

cne month from the 30th day of August

Registrar of Trade Marks
30.8. 51—8n

fPPereenaN aC Ne SINC RTS
T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH





JOHNSON’S HARDWARE

SLO

11,8.51—T FN. | Also building sites with 70 ft

Comb | called

L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736.
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
26.8.51.—N.E.D

\ |

HOUSES at Navy Gardens, Pine Pla.,
St. Matthias and the City.

One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell.
frontage
and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable
price per sq. ft. Contact B. A. Brooks,
at Dunoon Rockley or Phone 8162 be-
tween 9—11.30 am, or 2—4 p.m, if you |
want to buy, sell, or build. |

28.8.51—6n. |





i will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my office VICTORIA STREET |
4047
land with the dwelling house
“KARLVILLE” Spooners Hill,
containing closed gallery, drawing and
dining room, bedroom downstairs, 2 bed-
rooms upstairs, W.C. and bath, electric
light and water, rents for $20.00 per
month, For conditions of sale apply to

R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
26.8.51—4n. Auctioneer

sq. ft.





The undersigned will offer
by public competition at their office,
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
gist. August 1951 at 2 p.m. the under-
mentioned shares :

TEN (10) SHARES PLANTATIONS |
LIMITED

for sale



G., L. W .CLARKE & Co.,
Solicitors.
29. 8.51—3n





AUCTION

instructions received
| king's Solicitor & will sell



from the
by public

auction on Wednesday next 5th September | «

at 2 p.m. on the spot at McClean Land,
Britton’s x Road One double roofed house
size 18 x 10 and 20 x 12 with kitehen,
the said belonging to the estate of

Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd

| D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Government Auctioneer, |

29,8.51—5n -



UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

Â¥ have been instructed by the Water-
works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-
fdge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-





ember at 2 p.m. One Ford Truck.

Terms Cash. D'ARCY A

Auctioneer, n.8.51—4n
UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROAD
On WEDNESDAY the 5th September}

; by instructions received from the Ad-|

| ministrator of the Estate of E. WwW. A

Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auction |
on the spot one Chattel House with two
Gable Roofs and shedroof covered with
Galvanise [Iron and _ corrugated iron
polings standing on lands of Goodland
at the entrance to Deacons Road.

Sale 2 o'clock — Terms Cash
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers.
31.8 51—4n,







TAKE NOTICE
TEX-SHRUNK

That Dominion Textile Company
Limited, a corporation of the Dominion
ot Canada, Manufacturers, whose trade
or business address is 710 Victoria Square,
Montreal, Canada, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cotton textile
fabrics, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
36th 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 mark can be seen on application
at my office.

Dated this 24th day of August, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

|
|

| 30.8.51—3n
‘ TT
oo
! TYPEWRITING
EXAMINATION
POSTPONED
Owing to the non-arrival of
the Test Papers, no Examination
can be held on Saturday next.
Look out for further notice.
Cc. B. ROCK, F.LPS.,
Representative.














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SOUVENIRS

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Antiques, Ivory, Silks
Ete., Ete., Ete.

THANTS

. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466



| Mathus,

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Otto McLean, F Manifold, Augusto
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Qrd of September, 1951

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ren Bennett, Lucila Casas, Jorge } payin FRENCH LIN
. a g or claiming any estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbranee in or
Dep Spe piggy Akit, Hemley | affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to bring | SAILING FROM RUROPE
Suruselie Mawetl. 1 Louisa Graves.,| before me an account of their claims with their witnesses, documents and vouchers | “8. MELENA—7th September 1961
Fr antics K ¢ » Rohoney Kawall,| to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 noon and | 4% » BONAIRE7th September 1961 Cie., Gle., Transatiantique
- a a Kawa 1, Phyllis Lawrence, Alian! 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Offee, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, | * ny BOSKOOP..1th September 186)
sawrence, Frank Mayers, Joan Mayers. | before the ath day of September, 1951 in order that such claims may be reported on | SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND
tan Mayers, Helen Mayers, Gordon Lee, | and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof repenively, otherwise such | AMSTERDAM
Monica Accanne, Elford Mallett, lowis persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be deprived of al) | V8. WELLEMSTAD~-1ith Sept. 1961 SAILING TO
Frances’ Russet, Howard Rumeel, Penne’ | °° OF MENS NS Ne Bwiny Lie Bi "* SAGING 50 PARAM AMINO ENG
ance s a ssell, Penny PLAIN G TO PAR
Sole viey” ditoives‘d ies enema T THAT contain pi er TF ad ituate at St t's Hill) ™ vrohXt te were thee
Colin ayley, inkee Johnson, Thelma] PROPERTY: ALL certain piece or pafcel al a ewart's 18. STR R— 19th 196 ba LOMB i»
Aleong, Beverley Aleong, Muriel Paul, in the parish of St. John and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing SAILING TO Ba aeatyty 164 co TR” September 2,
Dolores Day, Joseph Franklin, John by admeasurement one acre and twenty two perches Abutting and PARAMARIBO AND B.G_ 1961, via Martinique, Guada-
ee Roy peers. Michael Bujan, boundiis or oe souls on ae a Mount yg es iad: pede ny a“ WS. BONATRE..24th September 1951 loupe.
vadla enning, swe Fisher, Oswald north and on the west on lands o rBL rrow & on © eas %
Path tar ae Rn ks Betton on lends now oF late of Mr, john Weatherheea ox hewaver ese the| “ATING XO SRINIDAR AND
Svbil Otherson, and Heather Otherson. same may abut and bound Together with the messuage or dwelling | yy. BELENA—23rd September 105 333
For BRITISH GUEANA } house and all and singular other the buildings and erections thereon | yj ¢° BORKOOP-29tn MA, BosKoor tin deptoniver ie 1081
Cecil Decuitakc “aiicon 'Bbcatvad: erected and bullt standing and being with the appurtenances SOUTH BOUND.
Geofrey Decaires, Tan Decaires, Jacque- Bill filed 2ist December, 1950,
line Defreitas, Violet Lowe, Pertab Dated: the. APiday of WMT TBR | le tell The M/V preys agge tm crganee will “COLOMBIE” 22nd August,
Singh, Charles Giddings, | Harriet Gid- ' Registrar-in-Chancery. seeept Cargo and Passengers for 1961.
dings, Edward Gomes, Clarice Gomes, 2.1 San Dominica, Antiqua, Montserrat, Cailir at Trinidad La
Juanita Hreneiques, Marie Schneiders- er ey Nevis and St. ae Sailing Fri- ng . ao
i ip r ahnaibiaeienrlidloakiee ‘pan mo Gt , e Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena
paar ce, “Kemet: foam “aereeaet | Ee oes win AI and Jamalen
a 3 . . ic q 9 ad wi .
Sega a ori CO Hugh Leish- POST OFFICE NOT ICE accept ioak and Passengers for 33
Fiaahow -Prtitine ~, a ete wane Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, Accepting Passengers
nia le eather PI ps Nevis and St Kitts Date of 7 ’
} INCREASED RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS sailing will be notified Cargo and Mail
F , : The M/V. “DAERWOOD" will!
HARBOUR LOG | accept Cargo and Passengers for :
St. Lucia, Grenada, and Aruba,
i } With effect from Ist September, 1951 the rates of postage on par- and Pasdengers only for St ’ \ ( itd
In Carlisle Bay cels posted in Barbados and addressed to the United Kingdom and Vingont, Bete of sailing will kt. M. JONES & 0., LUG,
oe
Yacht) Marealtete Meh. ite “Wontte to countries to which parcels are transmitted through the United King- | BWI - SCHOONER aan AGENS
M.V. Daerwood, Sch Gardenia W.,|dom will be as follows: - meen pata ot o Phone ::: 3814
B. Savin Ading ©, Sci, Cowie &.. To United Kingdom:— veacacmanircctniteg ‘
hy a . . acn tac, ‘ ' ‘
Sch. Enterprise $., Sch. Rainbow M.. | not exceeding 3 pounds in weight 72¢. | LIE
Se Pe etal rs “9 y 4 Over 3 pounds and not exceeding 7 pounds in weight—-$1 08 aes s 2 SSS,
C 4' € » 8 is, 4 | ,
Sch. Mare: Henrietta, Sch, Lucille M Over 7 pounds and not exceeding 11 pounds in weight 1.44 | | ‘
Smith, Sch aeet Lee Wolfe ( Over 11 pounds and not exceeding 22 pounds in weight 2.10 || WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY
is » "4 mM , as y u 4 Wha ’ 4
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acre ‘or an wate Pea Add the following amounts to the postage from the | TO FILL, YOUR ORDERS FOR
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Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets
R. A. CLARKE,

Acting Colonial Pastmaster.
30.8,51-—2n | |

a}

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CAN

CLOSING FOR STOCK TAKING

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that wo will be closed for our
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__PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS _ ADVOCATE FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951

Worrell Breaks 3 Records — SAX YASS OUT wo uittt tr











> Nygren, 23-year-old Har- ! rT
ringay speedway star, made his ring and seecred 15 points



















































































































‘ ‘ ant t was ur een le or 1 Lowert se y *
Wal Reaches 1.000 Ri good form scoring 98 no 0 tan. Wn been a on ener __|fimal appearance before returning 45, .< chaiced from the track
atic ott r¢ ac 1es uns: Ha ipeden. Hi: 1 ngden b.tted 1 ok wicket. They were al) a Play yesterday the third and final day in the First Trial Se. Batker 5 by in tenet Sonia at the finish
" ° ‘6 e and declared at 194 f¢ for 150 runs in which Roy Marshall match was washed out after lunch when a heavy deluge|s Bowen 8 1 20 “siyen was well supported by
W i j | Tl 390 in io0 Vins Sn ee re ere ed 1Op-SCER ed, ee Se Et OES covered the wicket with patches of water. Ww ae : Ss lit We aterman England's new
eke e - - We the runs. After 65 minut yattiz vy when Rishton were 44 for 4 The following are the scores:—- C. Wood ¢ Bradshaw b C. Lawless 21K hts Free 13 — Pp tain, and Jeft Lloyd
ain stopped play with the~score w wicke ts. Marshall took all 4 When play resumed at 1.30 & Brenker c (wk: Best) © Holder 20 3 sass Sa SSS OR
August 21 at 95 for 1 wicket ling f vickets for 19 runs in 5.4 overs pm, Mr. C, Taylor Gaplared..Wiis. fe wigs: cut cout 0626s eee 4
Frank Worrell, Rade liffe's West indian professional has now E vo F peg toc ss a5 t Rain robbed. Ss wen ts sure sl ees ease ie L. Mgrttor dak aot bei. 0
broken three of four Central Lancashire League tir + Sune ae eee eon y over SIGeEroo. arwen “"C.,Hunte who had knockec Extras 5}
. ra 5 Lowerhouse played Rishten ¢ ted first and scored 175 runs Mote WhO He FAC ERS up —_— USE
rec ent Clyde Walcott. Fir 5 he beat the League gj; v inwhat = ; Kw Rickards scored 36. Garlick 49 for Mr. C. Tayjor’s side on Total (for 9 wkts. decid.) 198
ecord | ri 1,000 runs midway through the season, very To eee DORE SV CKALUS Severe su: Seat abe Great day was sent, in. to bet BOWLING ANALYSIS
‘ I VOTING 4, v th us 4 tne season, very eresting gan infil ra ie Fleetwood professional caP~ again and retired at !1. While oM R W ANTT- CORROSIVE PAINT
he overhauled the record num 2 of runs foi y past stopped play. Both tea ire tured 7 wickets for 53 runs. When patting for Mr. Keith Walcott’s H King Oke oe
‘ n. and yesterday the third record fell wh en he scored the bottom of the Lez table ar he rain came Fleetwood had lott XT R. Hutchinson who went Pt4dshaw one at
' 4 : ; : Alleyne 9 44 1
his seventh century of the season, the previous best in a ® W!" for Lowerhouse woul ve 7 wickets for 48 runs. third down ir the batting order joider 2 2 84 \¥ e
season being six Bis ee ah agent ae t out ate” 3 i *% : St york not rode beneath a coat of
n average of weil over a Lancashire League Championship with 8 and Atkins 9 nt es 57. Mr K. WALCOTT’S Xi—ist Innings Tron and eelwor ae nae COSTSSS on . ive
i W hopes nish In a tall-scoring game at Todmor- re tei a 1S not out !* cC. Hunte. retired li BOWRANITE. Proof against heat or cold, the corrosiv
thea as ae agg astra soa Weak MULAE daat air he oe noi QUE i, N S Col / fi '¢ hi Atkins who opened had played @ c_ Atkins not out 8 air of big cities, salt spray and sea-water, BOWRANITE
; RIES Tank Fane a Ge ts ‘ ee eee f = ome: — scored all R Hutehiineon out : is used by engineers, shipping lines, dock authorities.
ttrait Lan in put an end to the game. Bu OU" _ @ aicaa not ou
ishire player has done eet Eanbuahire bowled out Bac : AD He RR ON Pe oe TAVLOS ai ish: Sastinde Sires’ 0] and public and industrial contractors everywhere.
H i not out on Saturda 79 rut - had pa ah 7 " ; } A. Taylor ¢ Atkins b C Lawless 35 7
a & e ate at kee Fh hie ae My LE L { Ls Co Hunte iow BD Bradshaw : Total ifor 2 wickets) 85 | YOU SHOULD USE IT. TOO
t ex- must go down as Doolaend ' ‘. i Grant ibw b belde! » iz BOWLING ANALYSIS .
pense of his fellow-countryn match. Bowling w great ckill Queen’s College of British Guiana led Harrison College by |# Kidney Iw BP Holder spe 183 oe o M RR W - se Vung attractive comer. BOWRANITE is
Ss i i iffe de- or e*sy cet and mixing hi 9 runs on their first innings when their cricket match ended | "Seo 22 : eee oe made in many attractive shades.
1 for A ; ke 4} ‘ . ; ‘ : . ean Stocked in .
clan eo ; S. spin, he took ickets for at the College yesterday. Queen’s College replied to Col-
R 3 “4 kets for 60 int luding the w ante ot ee lege’s 164 on the first day with 173 for 9 before rain washed SPECIAL FLIGHT ro PERMANENT. GREEN aaa BLAUK and
t epied with 1490 Week who scored 12 Vith fast ao 4 ‘1 ' (Hea es ng
fa relenhee Gris in stopped SAY ge sdey z ae out play after lunch.
i ren 1 I nen i ee oa ve hid ; ‘ James Williamg, Harrison Col- Queen’s College first innings. RRI IS Z IAN in tins of Imperial Measure.
when they starte whi looked a > i : ; > see eS
The dies XI travelled to nominal task, Dooland stood firm 2°8°S slipper, and “number one J. A. Phillips, who was nok aut I H ae ONE GALLON WILL COVER 1,000 SQ. FT.
Soutt last Wednesday to at an awkward time and ccrried Pacer highlighted the day’s play with 14 was the only other Queen’s
pl ‘vale against the loca hi mr oi tee ; n it nis bl ay with an excellent bowling per- College batsman to reach double } car SUA TODAY ast sine ees ere
ta ait Cries A oa oe m ee ee eileen ae “formance. He took seven wickets figures. ‘ Jn AY 1st SEPTEMBER
tea tter botted first and Fyerto Jeekes stil reds 16 : 8 Fo Aart
team. The Tater Y,teed fist and fverton Weekes stil neds 19 for"st runs in 2B overs seven of “At he close of play on Wasfis- (ff -—-Apoly A: SANKAR, Crystal Waters, Worthing WILKINSON & HAYNES E-MAYNES Co. Lid. § Lid.
4 wickets and Ramadhin 5 wic Boe a o cera a eat ane which were maidens Williams day, the first day of play, Queen’s PHONE 8666 ?
The West Indies gave the crowd a | Be Sree ane ere was accurate and got the bail to College were 73 for i, with Lee
nd. exhibitic of vattir bv East Lanecshire with onc point turn on a good wicket 40 not out and Jackman 31 not o.. j 59395699 EEA CEFF SOPPSO
gecoring 390 run n 160 minutes. behind Nelson clach on Saturday W. I. Lee and L, A. Jackman, Scores
Everton Weeke ored 1438. Clrd n their re-urn matct star bats for Queen’s College, QUEENS COLLZOGE'S—Ist Innings
Walcott 105 and Marshall 52 played fine innings of 71 and 64, W. 1. Lae c&b C. W. Smith oe a ; is
Walcott 1.000 enabling their team to go past t Xe acoooen eee Hari ONC E A GA IN IN
Other Games Clea Walkout with 7a-not Harrison College’s score Ww. I J. A. Williams 64 ;
: a wes alcowt with [2 no. ow. Lee and Jackman’s second-wicket G A- Lee lbw. J. A. Williams ° V y ’ 2”
ae - cane — Es a : ; Se oe a a . aa partnership of 130 runs was the ¥ a od Js fess Pane é DON T Ss TO ¢C Kh
, Bis ie , aay - bg only fruitful partnership in the £. E. Mongul run out 0
A. F. R. Bishop ¢ (wk Harrison
; nr b Williams en 4
M M Moore l.b.w q 4 ji liams 2
| They ll Do It sere Time wt § pe te B Jimmy f Hatlo | | N. Lee b J. A. “Wiliams 8 ENVY STRIPED SHIR’ Ss \G
“ba - : g K | Total (for 9 wkt dec 173 | :
i. ae => e
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r\(.i: TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE nUPAY. UI.IM ::i. USI CcUiib Ccdlinq M R MIC HA El. N*J I %  %  %  a law ii W and %  %  old UKIIC1 %  KM at hu uncled Ins Ann in U bclor* going tft i< yMr. Ifc met his fiance* in F*n<. | plan to KOI : a Th*y will be returnin* I.. ManchfrdT In N i % %  i | • i in la Tw I > %  Britom Pay Moit B RITISH smokers pay more fit Ihcir %  makers in thr world. From 1. IIJVP been l-'iysng 3*. Td. fi Is. 9(d. wl 20 Kood French cigarI to.2s. 8rt. B American brands rout 3. cl. lot 20. In Geneva 20 English cigarettes, nntie in Switzerland under licence, coat up to 2s. 3d. Prices In Sweden are higher. l^wal hranda coat Is. 6d. tor 20. AmenC .nare 3s. 10-1 in England are 5s. fa Both Canada and Auatrahn malm EngUfh brandj of cigarette* i ndar Ucauca In M -cii for t 4ndon %  i .:i'd Circulation . %  %  .n Ht Lucia yeternv ) li.W I A He leaves tu• i his way i. Bermuda. Jamaica, Nassau v -w York Mi Viner also . raaaass. the Toronto Star and th af Montreal. Reason for hu visit is to set up a circulation for the Dally Telegraph in Barbados. He may l*o lory about Barbados. During his short -lay a*** Mi I guevt .it the MarinB.B.C. Radio Programme • HI liHii-r. CIMM*. W-rld AfTrln. II 0* HhMMV TMN II IS p m Ci>w. Analyst. * n*ing toua 4 S p m tponmi tt..d -, oo p „ C'<*npna*r of tha Waok. 'JO p m S r p m M* IToSramm* III pm Tran.-Atlamu-. "41 p m Fiearamm* Psradr U p m Today's Sport. 7 OS p m Ttt* Ni 7 Ift p m Nri \t alrila, > IS p Ml MI bldU Mlpn T>w Itvatna W. J , I w p.n. fumio NI ill r ****nn<. %  41 p m Intrrhidr I U p in from ihe Editorials SOD p m la* Str.div.rl Orrhs-sU. t si D m World Affairs. IS •* p in TUsM* It IS p m % %  IS p n ASW S %  •> ]0 K ." UW K. 104 p.l'.i.i#*r..na'ii Join FWbrrrtor* IHINAMl MAIJIVI BarbJtdian Honoured D ONALatMALONEY. 51, a Barbadian resiiirfor many years has been elected Employee of tinrnoatn l'>i Pore ,i Matati Inc. of U-ng Island City. sasdtsM] .: m for his iirm and his Joh is the matching, nvenUavj and davcloi U namel finishes for sinns architectural u*>and tii< ihlp building in %  '.!>. II.' has now prevalanl up tu now. Malomy has bofn with the llrm 18 years whicli he joined %  arriving in USA rTotn l Former Deckhand U FFA Fox. who aallad with the III KF OK IIIINRI K.ll „ Ins Flying Flftoi %  Ooaraa Ragattta the otiiai day w.i: once ., ihckhand. He is small and mercurial Wttil I shock of grey hair. Thm ago he left the sea for the saddl" and was badly injured breakingIn a horse. "I'm geltin til racing." ) %  t'tr.i fba dasslgrjod me i ido< which nre nl present very populai in Barbados Tlirnloca doea will take part m an niarCOlonlal tornado Prattai an with ihe Singe Machine Co. Arriving by th<> same plane wan Ml and Mrs. William D. Casey who live in Arubf. They are here for one week, staying at the Ha ting-. Hniol Other pasoengers on the flight from Trinidad wenMi Kita K Edwards. Capt. Cyill Msufl -"nd Mrs. J. C. Mc Iti'vnolils who plans to spend a i. ..nth Ii i Talking Point M ALICE is the ordinary vice .f thus.who live in the mode Of leiigion without the spirit of • %  %  Ten Days M R. W 1 Mik. FOSTER. Senior Partner ..iUh. ad play down eotaBtdarably >mi\ by the time Barracudas ami Whipporays took the water DM the second game the light was already failing. The match endeii m semi-darkness with Barracu das snatching a narrow 4—3 victoiy over their rivals For Batracudas Kenneth Taylor scored two goals. Basil Brooks and Pat Fletcher one each. Lisle Spenci scored all three goals for Whipporays. Harrison College did not put their strongest seven In against Police and the beginning of the match found them a very muddled team So much so lhat it was Police who .ii After this however Harrison College began combining better and three quick goals went m against Police. R. Alleyne than scored for Police, but hy half time the score was ix two in OPENING Neat fWDA* VALENTIN0 EMPIRE COMINT, SEP' 14H LMEHGENCV WEDDING OPENING TO-DAY 2.30 & S.30 and continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.10 * i ,j:o-> <"' it "FAiHH t m aar ^ %  Un*l1 thfl Maisl: %  ] I. D i %  or Salon in Hollywood. MLM Huarte a/ill be holi ohool ol rtstkaMip Aauatic club ballroom TODAY, Frida) All Hembrrs \re (nnliall> Invileil In Alleml. TOMOftROW—Last rlenionMr;ilion al (axe Shephrrd & l'u. UaL al 'till an: Illl VIIVIM I III S OF IMPA BY THE WAY ... Ity Beachcomber A HKAI)I.I\K wlmh said K; al For ("onduclor" tigViat .i i^i.itcfiil i. %  %  conductoi in Ihiow %  onicl • n„. nlei I.. provK < her .log. Bui r.' ii. 1 aadllne retoiTod to ihe tdsalng of the conductor of a ahoral -(nii't* composed of H cockle-gatharera mim • ii kiri." If kissing is in iako "inpUh %  "( hunUnsj tha mi ntad p have to get to work agaJ the great days when the mere rumour that Mrs. Dietrich had emerged from l i hotel !>• HM staff entrance in %  milk fsaat wag e-nough tself: It was Ihe Magyar in troUar m the n ping quaitei of Butlai>< afternoon of June 12 would hava noocad nothing unaaual, Few even Of Ilia n.iUvc WOUld have 1. in the tow-halrod porter at the entrance It. the ..f Torture the swarthy Arab Spittln-el-Khuspld atlD arould have raaJJaM that the fishmonger in Ihe blue apron, kshad the potter from ihe v Indow ol shop, was none other than Dnft-. 1 . ol M.I.M. And I Ul would have had U Inhllnsj that tha girl m dark glasses, who aratebed mongei" from lirVund a rhlmney;tack. w.i'. the boautlfu] Magtla von Sickening, heraalf the object of close observation bj Naval Capl..m in the door of a cat*. Of all the watchers he alone could boost of non-political motives. He himself was being watched by Borbi. the one-eared scavenger, whose least %  war noted by Hackinkov. lender of the People's Urban lural Democratic Anarchist Party .PUADAP to us) x . ,, embarked at London Airport: .\ipvritin Itlyii How do you ttn, Mr*. f>e paot % %  *T*HE Nifierlnns." says my Hole do }.-oii do, Mrs. Sproft? I puer, "wore * boaten """' l ' i^"" do. stm. Rondaii? .1. M lurfaana." Bj ihe time Hoy* do mm do. mn. vptmmmr you have taken vour turban "IT Uu-ica-ieci-ira. to n lady, she is miles tansy. Ana MW do j/011 do. Mrs. TrU Heneo the song thev sang ns they hnm-Forbes? 'SEE HOW THEY RUN" Portillo Replace! Jordan NESTA PORTILLO. Sword fish's centre forward has replaced his team mate Oeraid Jordan in the Barbados water aalo team which will visit Trinidad next month This was decided at %  special meet lng of the Water Polo SelecUon Committee held at the Aquatic Clnb on Wednesday. "Boo" Pattersou. Csptain of the Barbados Mam told the Advocate yesterday that Jordan, who In st piesent out of the Island, would not be returning until the day the team leaves, possibly a few days earlier. Added to this his employers were uncertain as to whether they could give him the time off. H had already had leave this year and they were not sure tt.ii they could spsre him Due to theso two uncertainties the Selectrn de elded to replace him by Portillo. %  %  4aTAS BT0WN L 2310 %  HI %  mm -. 1111 \IH i in % %  Toppn 1 iuswal %  DM THE SINGING SHERIFF & STAGECOACH BUCKAROO I'.sZ.S DM MM OPERATION PACIFIC H.ili... D.i !• Red lira(*B %  a inn 1.1 HM .•. GAIETV TIIK fiAKHKN — ST. IAMBI TeSaf rni*ir*m .!,,., %  IIH. 11 KM M~n lui Mldiot* HAT 1-. „ M p m n— -I I MAT *un ?> p 1 Leaeb tsssn T rh a T. ChfT'nn* Mil % %  aag Pa Daub If .. u.t* I KM 1 ri ni.._. 1 MCCP. •LYMPH: TO-IHV (IN'LV .30 A 9-13 Republican Double . Ui,> ".(KIRKS Dal. I % %  \NS in SONG OF TEXAS" AND •SLIPPY NkGEE" m ith Donald 1IAHHY — Tom BltOWN IIOVAI. SATIKUAV .It'NDAl 4.3H A Ul C.rpgor. PBCK rtnrd WIDMA1 K "YELLOW SKY" AND MANHATTAN MELODRAMA Starring Clark GABLE — Myrna LOY 111 ll\\ la SI'NII.W 4.^0 A l.'. • uble . I IM IBS Paui DOUGLAS in PANIC IN THE STREETS" AND "FOR MF. AND MY GAL" Starring Judy GARLAND — Gene KELLY AOWATK 4 II II < l\i:>l\ %  M.mb.i.OnM SO DEAR TO MY HEART" Al.. Ihe I EH M.*rt — OH rSOl I -OS RIM.Wt %  %  '• : HHITLSH M'.< s SSS.'SS.'SSS. bW GLOBE llil I THE The Great CARUSO Repeal ALL STARS Talent Contest F1T7. HAREWOOD Nn HUBERT CLARKE NEVILLE PIDIXIP8 VDIME HALL C M;L BEST BYRON HOLLOCK N.B.—Thi'i Talent Shov Show When a "No D High Standards Attained by mc Hoacs* 'Barause" .li.ili>US>" "Oh Promise Me" I Want !o be Lowd" "Storni> Weather" is a Repeat of l %  t Friday'^ m in view of the equal HU Arlisl-.'' i#i.s.^ this mitt ittitntf tmtif wmmrmwtt DRESS (.OODS IIMST VISTS. PBTTJOOATf Mi. 11 1 IN: I --.I I HHI^IM'.II4TLON9 '.I DENIER BITTI.RK'K PATTttNl LINEN DEPARTMENT LIMA aa sasB W < la Vw> I I'lllou t'ases— SZ.il and 13.17 FOOTWEAR I MEN'S LADIES 1 A CHILDREN'S SHOES latest Eaahlons IIOISERY DF.PT. II \RHOW SHIRTS— 5t.l0 and MM IDOL HOSE—$1.17 — 81 11 %  MEN'S TTtOI SERS—S17.M %  MEN S DRESSING GOWNS WOOLLEN DFPT I I liOI'IC \l SCITINGS lollegr's favour. 'Hie sixUi goal for Harrison Colligc which w,is scored just before hulf time wai sent in when the Police custodun in an effort to take th* ball away from Manning, deflected it BM0 his own nets. After the interval. HarMaon College went on to score eigl l more goals and Just before tl %  end of the game M Hicham swam through and scored In* third goal for Police, The referee was Mr. J Knight. The second match began wilii Whipporuys defending the shore goal. Barracudas got all four of llieir goals in the tlrst half ami just before half lime Lisle Spent-" opened the scoring for Wlnpporays. At the interval the referee hnii a consultatun with the two captains with regard to Ihe HaUlni light and they agreed to continue the game. The second half wai t onsidernhly rougher than the i llrsl and with Whlpporays fatting i two more gojls it looki | [they might equalise before th< %  end of the game. Uarracuda> [however held them at bay an.; I indeed shortly before the final whistle were pressing then opponents but they did not score The Referee was Mr. B Palter-j sen. The loams were:— Harrison College: J. Chabrol. N liunow.s. T Clarke. A. Tay-| lor, C Ev.'i\n. B Mannlnjl (Cap* > ii S. Grannum rollre: M. Fraiiklvn. E. H.-rris. NL Richards (Capt), H Alleyne L. Dodson. L. Bent and L. ShanlUrracHdaa : J Simp-tm B Brooks (Capo. D Gillcns. M Lambert. P Fletcher. K Taylor .md B Armstrong. Whlpporays: C. O'Neal. D O'Neal, R. Redman. A Hunle iCaptl. D Weatherhearl. R. Gibson and L. Spcnce. % %  NAVY BEAT ISLAND 4-2 Bilburv Bay tlefenied :n\ [stand XI 4— 2 in a football match a: lb QarrwMB >-estertlay afternoon. The game wa slow throughout and al OaU time the score WU 3 I Mvour of Blgbory Bay. After half time the Hifhurt IU launched many attacks on the Island goal and were on top tha better part of the half. W. Drayton KOTwd tha two goals fir the Island. The pgfeTesi w:iMr O. Graham. iurns „„a I.I:\II.I:\II:\ i I Hi SO SWGS TOXITE! Openini; TODAY ."> and X la p.m. and cnnlinuinu II O V 1 TO-DAY ONLY t.30 i 8.15 ROit FORD Gloria HENRY in AMR HOSTESS AND "Mr. SOFT TOUCH Glenn FORDE & Evelyn KEYES % %  KAMA : ACTION Oprnlnc TO-MOKKOW Jl I 30 .....I Ml I.. I I I BDA1 : Pn-scnls : Till: OBEATEST TENOR IN Till: WORLD \~t great new lomanlic singing star who thrilled America with his recording of "BE MY LOVE" captures trie youth. tne fervor, the magic ol the belovd T. R. 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FRinw. in.i-i 11 -,i UAKI1MKIU>M>< \ll KVI.I MVI: English Popular In Martinique Schools Teacher Explains System In Complementary Schools \it\m;ite 11 \ %  fl He la flaying // For Si. Thomas II VIIOM it I %  imight \< %  % %  • %  \ .in*. U, line) %  %  %  %  I %  %  and lold I cannot m %  %  French. One Boar An himr en h I %  %  %  %  .:.in %  I %  %  %  elccti „ls Funds nnd leased to the approThin I Parly tnsumnce lory i\eeessary r Measure — Say itiisim'ssiiu'ti %  %  -i j Third r.n ty Ii M w exI gfftd bj the Advinute %  M C P ol thi re Johnson & %  %  hi vehicles in met The Amu i %  : %  m nsate ratal i nurd Putty I %  %  %  %  %  .( on!) .'I (HM%  %  p Dura %  I %  %  rifhl ol ii" • Bvsn if Qot %  ii introduce i %  I believe Him. mi ittvc II I \ntlirr %  %  ^ U SE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE %  %  %  Trinidad Souls Hold < .iiii| I'irr .. i ., i..., Nanny" I Most of : % % %  %  %  ; I . ... %  %  : I %  of th,tern l moulding Hi i Lat v. %  i Tup In %  „: .: :; --ill 4 land will be by the pouleti parish — $1.50 bet %  %  tbS C.i.v.-in H %  . in txi-eitx I %  • tiled %  %  Id thai .ill Ah* rat 11 0111 Bl>: Although afea II a*0SMB (torn I Win (M aolve. Mrv C" II to Eiutlaiid lo act a"Nanny" to the children ol Mr iad Mi* il w Draws oi Mi.i Lane, si..>roham. Stuuuis. (or a y v Shi II thwife of Rangoon clrtk and -moke.* 100 cheroot* a tiionUi. hut th* tock of 900, with which *he left RaiiKoon In June. i • know how to %  he can get freah aupplies from Ranaoon. She plam i try out Briti-h Btfan if Ikf oaa afford them.-EXPRESS. Back In Barbados After 45 Years In U.S.A. i They are Uv I a Ibla and -hould include :• 11 School Set l p %  • •' I %  piemen! : child who %  u stcondai placed thr --yea l'rt acbool He .. Mj i A %  • %  %  | hnndw.': Eor which plamenl i -.inn.ooo i Prim, ry Ii IheclcT • i %  of 1 %  of A -.: %  i •. |i • i %  [ achool . ; | |n 1 teacher I than houl w**k In ichool The %  %  %  %  Rr pairing Harbour Roof IN ii"' six work* 1 Forte %  Asked What ed. Mr Ithe boll naaon The worl 00) Won %  Aftoi 4.. yean in the U S A Mi Clan i ce H I lo the island on Wedneeday bj l tori TownsheruL H i ( %  %  i %  rence, and exj i ii' 1 will return to the USA on September 19 by theu i art km her-I Tounsliciid. in June lime. Mr, Bryan lafl Ul Ho lold the Advocate .. laland al U %  %  %  den 1 left Bart* went lo New Vorh whl I ;* was th.it %  %  %  %  | %  %  .. |l t I %  1. \ Dlreetor of oni ol '' %  < • itj I %  a PI I % % %  i vehlcli %  %  it uighi .> don i %  Oil 1 I III .! %  i -,, ..,..: ion 1 i imp in %  %  %  11 %  alng .-. %  ', at hum. %  i i prattling %  naoi i' HI torch hi re Ci %  .i .i urn oven iln! Hit ProoB v* 11 in the Inn %  %  ; i %  bail m lo p p it i Qi i. ., o ii Leadei %  FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S. BIIVW.U SONS (linos) l.il). AGENTS. %  They v. re al o told ., Ifarc roart x : 1V|11 h ,. n Seattle, Washington. Ooven i % %  ; %  %  %  Weekly lllu.tliatrd turuv 11rterwai t I.K r ...... \ \i itee. We il i %  %  ;i %  % % %  %  I We wen %  %  i %  r out on time %  • wit naUal 11 In i bench lenulaed m'nd during Ihe 10 yea t apM In the i T A When I r I lay the Arm U fortunate lo IM %  ' b %  the fri Tawaa hend taking Uu M Ceelgarvc %  fealgei le %  ujCht hold total 1 %  llrr fur %  DIED SUDDENLY %  i ; I i. ; %  %  Church heart fall n i: i %  %  ( luidreiis Baeu .. K.T.W al %  children lake part I l( n elder in the Hi Mi P P %  -in:l It' %  i the Vewssaaakl %  ' fiaalgerae undei b %  • %  \h Hi %  Uenci I In |0kl %  i i %  A %  Hello, H< %  %  %  i rl rhc Mvi i %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  i %  it in ca*c of an %  I %  %  %  I i %  Thai he< ry few i %  Ltd %  pnrtj %  i %  %  %  %  %  \ Repreau ntatlve i Mvarati %  %  an PAIN CM BE CONQUERED! .0iisl Xrrirftl! FRESH SHIPMENT l>l III.XA HOUS ALSO 4 II UK I I I IM US OF medic I.XI ItOIH 4 IVfc 1111 M TOBA1ST MOTOR CAR WASHER. dun no need far you i. u ear when yen have u • nut t v# n win it .11:1,1'. 'I, wild i.. IM-,1. • I, .in. cl .IIMI mi Ihr In lulit ipurkllnf iiiMii-aranri-. siiiuli Hm\ ..I n..i.i ihrouxh ilnwuhlafl ml ul Iha il,-.'ii. ncilili". .ill ilirl In In• Mil] 1...\i'il ., rlc.in quick lull iMlln.nl hiss MI Hhliu SPI i I M. II T, I idci 11—iihig Klukr ii iiniiii ul SI-I'IML; llif •.II ()i, i.l. \ i houl ili'luv. ... Block KsSij II. Jason lohesdi Co, Lld.-Di,tributo r . WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Ordinry. C %  10 a-m. M M ;today. mi i01.1 HIM .• %  -" 'I" II 1/ > JUST ARKIVEI)!! A New Shipment i;l.ii(,oi (, v\\ TVItES Remember when you buy BERGOUGNAN you buy the BEST PLANTATIONS LTD. i QUININE ii in KXJfttH ingredient. Th Quinine / hu bn itiantlflcilly blended wuh ihre^ -etlp-o.fn lPhen(llo. Caflin *nd AcarrbaHcylN Acid). W thai <>.* four madicinm (ojaihtr tt \,'*'t ii("0f That .1 wh, 'AnOfl relic**" pm faM, *nd reitore* you< MMI of wctl-bcing. 1 welcomed by Doctor-' 0*tr 12.000 dociort and dentliti i Great Britain alone lie it In their lu'f mti' Fe>*n, cold*, headachn. toothache. rhaaatBtlMB, neuralf)!—thM wondarful ne* ipeofic bnn|t yon amaiinttr autc* reliaf from all ol them | fOU can bu* it In a t-o-Ubl dlope enough to bnnf quirk reM frarn a boji ol pain O m a liandf 20-tibir>i bt* Or in a SO-t.b'ct bottle (lor ARM YOURSELF AGAIHST PAIN GBT ANACIN' TODAYf i %  •kllavlh Iftta <•'•*' "*• "•** 'n*eiir FOR QOOD VALUE Weeftsati in ekga i -in i lakaa la ph* Ursasaiffj faaa hal th be Ltaaaaerri Jam in i ib i M ISCieai Jam In I H>. i..,Marmalade In I III 1ml* Mixed VejceUmV. ( „ i,,,, Veffataate Salad In Una ~i vn rot H own IND IM II in \ IHII II I Ol Ol I FOP1 LAI MM STAR HI M OUTFIT C9MMJEVK $n..lo HAHRISON'S^raiSr INCE ik Co. Lid. %  ''"-'-'•'''r'.'.'S.;*.'.'.:;'.' 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I'U.I KM II BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, UT.t'ST 11, 151 BARBADOS! AuVOGJTE I. Ill ,.J -1 Hri.l.la.B I rMJ XuullM II. I:.l TECHNICAL STAFF Council of a resolution autl lo enter Into to s< i v i In %  i Depertm Agriculture as ( to undei lino .<" obi b %  in the M lechnu i >i. ill ;f the Government wai incil and %  [mportal iciw p.. %  lent belief ih.it it is impossible to i of technicii officers froo unong local personnel. It will no* opportunities I would hay ed Iheni to > till ti [1 done in the way i faciliin %  Bff scholarships, provided bj i ; ment & Welfare and tha Council, wan k ai i %  in•riicly Widfl held. And thl ware not confined to people en | %  It is true Uiat ai the present tin is not enough technfc to fill all the offices which %  and thai if ti i a it will can from overseas and to make the eondfl attractive althar by : %  allowance! But there ii the future to i : ider. Their Ii ptronj obji ction II %  u and even amnni: local offlcen already employed by the C to the policy of grant i oven I M Some claim that the tocaJ 0011 I who Ii not antlttad to leave passages should 1><> given study leave 11) anoed (com the PubuV But the fact ramaini that Barbados cannot do without offl from abroad, and If they are 1 in coma hei e leai i %  although this colony cannot afford laev< i foe local civil well. But over and above all Ihis than fundamental need foi affording opportunirHaa to local pw mn< to bacon* oju for posts Hi thr technical branch ol the service it might hithat the tiro arrive when the iources from i hei technics dwindled or closed and than, ii the been no locally trained personnel, the I %  I than the first. The post of Government Analyst Ii extremely Important and it has bean decided to tran fi i i taachei from th< of Harrison College to HU tbli post even ->t a time when qualified limited in number it i. [ortunati there is a Barbadian who by oil ow n efforl has been able to qualify for this post which the Government could even after the This Ii not the Aral case ol kind end it is not likely to he the last. It would Iv well for r 1 Uoi ee to rl that oppoi tunlftei ai ivailable to personnel with the requisite ability who .•i. willing I %  < % %  tachi cal| n not morel) ol removli faction among local personnel but of malting available a number ol cand from which Mlectlon i time of need. Marshal Sialin N Faithful 9 Flee )ouii£ Guard Lvud Brvak-tmt %  %  %  ii. at i ... i. awellina %  %  %  I %  rim si i MIN III i c Vwai PelliM i I r I %  %  Btewawa; %  i %  %  %  and montli : look %  DM Poll %  .ipolltll il %  ; %  CRASHOf A GENIUS formed %  ] I %  %  %  d ana* A i; I ..ii hnrej ol % %  %  Army ubo\c that of ll .ill ti : HMOS hi i %  %  "I aras beiutc ore. the HuMiina for war. Ami ii there -. u> be war.' o me. "1 didn't want t. I nd m>'Mlf on the side of my %  %  < plotters. 'I he almost n. n-.lu.ii lence which Jan Koaacsynalu showed in the wbdarlty of bif> i ellow-workers—and its Justincathe *on aa tiunas turned out—U also a feature of some of ths other) tha • mini I la td. %  t :.U.MI rin| i M war, they said overpower mid lock up the capvn. in ofneers, and the raaic . tain the stua :, i gd I Sweden ;>nd liberty. Withou ; be told me. Hoc kitch they carried out the plan ,., 11( Wh,n i IM.-I than ta the Uttti UM radio, and "* b town ut ..rndskrona 'helut December he had "-^neatly drened ta viai. ad me i>oMibitit.v ''V,"^ T h on ,lnB ,nat ,. rt 'ing ..,u. the re.;t of tho tailed their naval aright was thetr ei his charge u\ hfd hi rh. when two men he km g* snurely un-BohAai n ATf out at the v ' % %  "kualawn f a "Pitt'* 1 reacuonarj cowboy Him they iiai v %  %  • %  • %  : In the local cinema. now or narcr ,.. (1 ,| rap|ll ht ir anthusiasai i %  -, however, came ,, r nr wild Wot. 1 nevcrthele. hen thrcr com m nad p, .,.,,a them -.. t.u DM the is now or never. M „ rv i heurd fr. m then in data losses, who were w >,, Mul )„,,, ; ,, decided Ihe W< %  in .it i %  %  %  and who h %  Under : 0 ii„h Navy, ami inns inflict %  '. ii..ino-i thai btUai lo** on uc PoUsh and s „ wtUdldtha I i '•'"•' eunuuli pohtis.v.et .diniralUea. ked aim 'l! l ''' ; %  ""•" Wn to give • -— M nhl """ mechanic o J on -i i<'\\ of "" %  i ailed i> %  rve haloing" with the FOI ths retull* of two yen careful minefield plotting car i ill In this vessel BTS UOd niHHi. the 1U PoUeh smaanini hi BweoV he three map-makers who ki • i i, H.I l'ni. ii %  exact lie ->' fh 1 in my thing ,,. ajgpi. %  ,,.,. isffed work, .. i %  i > % %  ..! the u klmsell up on a i i. %  he InnineAeldsto-be What Ihey had to siiy %  -,, a) m ii lhat ,;omjj cm in ntallue eountrie r..i 13 that i %  pose lo send ypu u full despatch MM Its. filmiestiiisirlN eliel nol ntnp llir II. %.>l.'s t.~.000 Heroes dealt wit : %  '' ''' "i..vc n i i arhlle "They remained there for eeverol i. weeks in. a I all the woundi ovod He visited taij attei tank and fll u be takci< with them i> Mil with man than SO casual" PAW. rumps." nf u mpul lliKhly developad hea lth dJadn.ii October IM1, line enabled ; %  tbeeS the lap) British lurslea] COOm Ihe .•.teaming swamps of Burma %  ., %  ii.u'd' In the prison imp: "' Singafoui lime! it w.i* i'in visited t'\' i >ore and Japan, captured R.A.M.C .' 'ii German Com m a n dori men operated, e are, told, witlt No n AJ eld aafety-raaor btades, i#nt-ui Wonder I>ruu tablespooi*. and odd bits o! In IMI came me Drat trials with thread. _,_, ihr i. :i. peol cu u n ot a Corpe -'IVIIKIII of u>.oai II North Africa and Stcfly—"pernmcera and men, 2.4h.t Injurl, >-'ry Deeoratuna won included to th-developin tl mi dh Ina." X'^'V.' Quickly it mved hundreds of t:.C.Mi it would Otherwise have <">enrge Medals, fatal, and halved time In Aid lo Victory Out East, Visei-jnt Mountbutte Under rTra Arnhen mm the Corps' greatest described the H A.M.I"* owrcy work SS a powerful factor" in i; \ \I ( oflleer and final victory. rove II other rank) came back out of in his despatch on the on the skies with Uone In N W Europe. Field-Mavitii1st Divielon. shal Viscount Mentgomery apoki I ^kill Thes remained at Iheif postal In .>f the "truly ren arkable success refdroeotal the Ihiek ol the Bahtingi lookmK <>i the medical organisation. %  Lttth and German wounded He concluded: "Doctora wer \ prepared Ui la* 15 I Ll IwmbordThe author tells u*:— n DI i nan got oto their handBold a m bu l a nce established whatever his Injury, 'hey would in the town hospital •** oversave hit life and restore i threerun on the evening of the first Btneas These odds were whole unit was take.i achieved with a handsome margin.' exception of twe The recover) rate was In net nan !i per cent : %  > l.iegar. fresh surgical opei— |,_f> g D.S.Os 322 M 2M MM.a, and tin. I(% GRORGI MALCOLM THOMSOhl llll HSENI II VN I I l> ItN Hu.ld Sehulberu. Tl,e Baanrj rseaai Ua, M ;.:H aaeaja, niK K-cktt had asflodad ID brilliant aa In tha sky ol Ua b and This is tin %  tick coming, down, weak in ti Thirtfc j Halliday. You i ai %  i like, insist on U i .omblanre between Ilalliday's career and if.at <-f ;i bistoi Ic t eraonage, tinlate F. Seotl and ipoilt dai ling "i the era of wild partial and tlamini! youth, uuthoi of The (1 %  %  The point has, for a British audietu. They would probably find Seotl ntsgermld'e brilliance has cvaporb.i.s f;ided from his proaa. I certainly And In sfanlay Halliday thepathetl g and—moat Importanl f all—convincing portrait of a man of enius on hi lUthor of that strident, tOO.onu novel of tha iinema. What Make? Sammy Run, haa hare been Inspirad not but aisii ti deep and anRry feeling, not only by a craftsman's %  ethlng like par%  onal loyaltj II II as if he were i %  %  : i what u did to the man hiknew assav Manley Halliday. The Disenchanted, Evening Standard. i it August, can stand on lui own merite novel without any first-aid from ii. i\ witty, brutal, satirical. sentimental It is a Greek tragedy with a hen who ...ust his self-. contrived ruin, and a chorus which mourns lotions of the theme: The waste' pity of it all! No %  econd chances m ihis wdihi. No money returned at the gate. The two and two you pay tor plus iiiti'i i %  %  .it 100 per cent. I* is. it you like, a criticism of the age which collapa od In ruin one line afternoon in 1929. when the sky over Wall Street was dark with the bodies of falling brokers and a new era .i>t. The Bcrlpl IN never written; la not even begun. Halliday, to whom Shep is all goaa oil on an epic "bendi tcea himsell In the mi Ij •.dent wonderfully to life. From tha I 8 nobody can doubt that *; truth, is authentic greetaaai in decay. *; 1 Ltr dC'^ %  mpassion ;I If you %  .it the book, you will ; that Schulberg haa written it with ;* re in mind. 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PACI IK.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. AUGUST 31. 111 Worrell Breaks 3 Records Wairoll Reaches 1.000 Runs: W.I. Mil .WO In 160 Mins. August 21 I First he i" %  : ;. %  . b illwbi prwt %  %  — oring gamp a* i %  %  %  %  %  %  toi 28 runs. %  %  I cheap wickets %  ... % %  . d RamndMn 3 wid I %  %  lire with < t I I %  .1 K Hall ... good form sunrmg 93 no %  giving Kin %  -.%  . a 9b ta i srickel 1 %  %  %  1 %  i ihe to** and balled on an cisyrorlMruni Marshall I with 48. RJIMarshall took all 4 i IB runs in 6 %  %  D.irwrn nl „ sure | %  • %  .' % %  Keil KH karris KOI %  i Icketg t-t 53 run*. When I %  IM %  MMH Olhr GimM %  %  % %  %  Walcott I mm %  iched i in hi) QUEEN'S COLLEGE LEAD HARRISON British Ciuiarui led Hai n lien their i i tch < nded terdaj Queen'i Collage replied t> Col. with 173 for 9 b< I much. % %  > .!. A. I'l illips ; %  .. %  % %  with an excellent i to reach double %  von wleketa figures. lor 51 runs In 2B OVOl \t the cbw "1 play %  which were mi %  %  Queen* ( %  lege were rf fot I, wmi Le* M not out noi -• v: i Lee end L. A. Jaelc BCOMI i iDolnii oi 71 and 04, w i i~, c w .cabling iholi eem W. I j A Wllliwni ''' '' '<' "1 !" ** %  A PhT only fruitful ..:irln HE WAS BUT A Boy *, UfoW.'AS-FLJNNEl BLUE STAR LINER-THAT'S THE LINE XA1 CONN4 AOftK ON C.n*£ Bey. /M£Y WASHES our FIRST TRIAL GAME HneJ day in the First Trial h ru washed out after lunch when a heavy deluge %  wttkmi with patches of water >lriUhB b C LaaratM I i .it 1.30 "5 %  firs! innings at 198 runs for the c loss of nine C Hun:.who had knorkcu up 44 for Mr. I %  i bet nd n-Urwl al :i While betting tu M K> third down ir the batting i wat run 0U1 f'r nuM nil Id At lunch I .urns v. r a nut out ' with 8 and AH Atkins u'..< opeaed had pie i sound innings and %  cored ."11 R arow ^ the wicket M( ' TATI.OSV* VI—LI l*nli> l A. Tlor c Atkln* b C L*)whr> JA • geag i,„•• l..lrt J2 .1 b i I. HoM. SPECIAL FLIGHT TO BRITISH GUIANA OAN ACCOMMODATE If PAMHEMiKKS SATURDAY 1st SKITKMBEB Apply A KANKAR. Crystal Water*. Worthi PHONE 8886 ISygren Cheered IS; Norn Ich I. %  %  .i inal appearance before i il Trophy match at Har. < red 15 points He wu chai.ed Broan 'he finish. .11 supported b> England's new %  nd J-fT Lloyd. K HAUOtn AIIIU nM OUl i M:.. %  USE BOWRANITE ANTI-Ct >RR< MOVE PAINT ir.m .Mid aeeilaraea aaael eeneaV brni-aih J eeeJ of KOtVUtMTE. l"ro.l jraliolhial ur cold, the i-orrulve air of but cllles. sail praj and sea-water. BOWHAMTK i. u*rd b enflneer*. shlpplnE line*, do. k WKtt aittM and public .ml Industrial eon1ralor*> everywhere. YOI SHIM i h I Si: IT. roo ffeeak, Flexible, rel Wea araeklaw. BOWKANm i- made in many alHMBllie hades. Sloiked 111 . PKRMANfNT GKLtN. Itllll OKCT, BLA K and SIPER BLACK illeat KeslstinK) in iinuf Imperial Measurr. %  eONE GALLON WILL COVER 1.0110 SQ. FT. PHONE 4456 9 unm WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Lid. //^/W**V/.W//.OV',V#V/W,V#V/V*V/#'V.V/ V( I AGAIN tJV are CM STRIPED SHIRTS — WITH — WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS BY AUSTEN ilEKU s AT C.B. RICE & CO. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF BOLTON LANE. iv.-.v.v.-.-.v.'.v,w.v.'...v.v....,v.'.v,v.v.v,v;-,v.v7.w.-; CAIflBKEAN THEATRES LT1. ANNIVERSARY WEEK! PLAZA THEATRES Bridgetou u (Dial Jim UtahiuJiA TWAOCIC JschnixDloh r YYhu>kaL o% ilia Socuon O is till (Dial it lOlf ;. 1 I I \ H M'I'V HUSICAL . PACKED I I 1.1 HI QBAND i:\ThKTAINMKNT! HEAR I Nisi; HIT TUNES . A Shanl] in Old Slianly Town" %  rlrr.'i' D.m I T*Uf Alinul Ml WIK-II I'm Cinif" "Sniti.-liiMly LoVM M*" 1 V.n'n. Il..|i..:nl;illi'" \ ..HI-.Gelling lo l.iA Uafcll Wllh VW /in.; Waal TinString! ol My H.-un'' "Jnsl One uf Thosr Thin*" and •|.iill;ili\ ..( Il mndway" 'TEA I OB WO" HI I.AHV OF HKIl\DH \\ lll'IMM. TO-II.W (8 SII.M.-) .'.:;" — I l.i ind s.:.n i.n. bnd Cenllnulni Dally. 1.48 and S30 p.m. i MI: \ SPECIAL . Sportsmen of the Far East i lolci by Technicolor Exciting "POLO GAME" io\ I MISS Lullaby of Broadway fON THE < ANOPYI II WEATHEB IS PEBMIS8IB1.1 EXTRA -I'll I M.' EXTRA Ml i I M n II m BATI RDAY, SEPTEMBER IS! Hall ii-... of Mnaleal Tnal bj THE POLICI BAN idi lb) Capl RAISON (By l.m.l parmbnlon


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ESTABLISHED ISM America Fails To Break! The Oil Grab Deadlock till III I AM M'M'I U.S. Abandons Efforts To End 5-Month Crisis TEHERAN, Iran, August 30. 'PHE mounting economic crisis on its home front, after talks by the United States Ambassador Henry Orady wit!! top Government officials here. has failed to break the British Iranian deadlock over the operation of Iran's vast oil industry. Orady said that he had pointed out 'hat 'he next move towards the settlement and renewal oil flow from the dormant fields was up to Tran But he said that neither the Shah nor Mossadegh had any concrete proposals. Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund WI'.I.I. tt. .saiil that bfl told Iranian onVuli :hat the United Stab im any further efforts now In the Ave-mi %  wai littli that W. Averell H would raturn to Tahi further mediation effort Both Die Shah and V were understc"..! to I aware of tha growing seriousI 'fie silualieti Tl I ••f oil revenue paid i. to Iran fur tha operatli oil fields have plai nation in praoai loui %  i' Truman Wonts COII\ i ii BO "r W" M ''.. Ph.D.. Rk-f Adviser to the K. • South %  '. t 8 .'i on SundS %  Me over the n<; -Weal Indies Riee Arbitration In begin deUbenUUCaHl n Barbados milled HCi tn- advising Hint then(Wo reprcstnI %  Itial ! %  nrrivlnu on Sunday also bul word from Trinidad The Honoural '•• I Fei %  while the Rico Marketing Iluind Messrs, Dcoroop M Davis, .1 l D'Agulai C B E H P Bi .!< % %  M in |n ol II • it M B '.'. ASMINOTCN. Ai... Truma) Foreign A %  i %  I I unple of i I rninunin aggn Truman :, %  would do %  '!! h c ld %  Congress Foreign ending before the l %  K re in silnnIhJ ini %  N %  %  %  [he truce I —l.r. und dollar* ye'*rdiy kept the Advocate J ammo A Krh.-f Fund iu the -teady step oi "51.000 %  day" which started on Tuesday. The fund In now *ix day old. and is well on the W4jtowards the *6.000 %  %  WIM, YOU nr.ir PUSH IT 1'AST THIS TOTAL TODAY" Tinhelp is uiBcutly needed nnd yoar help itwlM ft* tl nable tf u igiven ijulckly. Do not delay. Send or ? ring in your donation to day to one of the thr.-r city bank the office of the Advocate Co., Ltd. Do not lotcot when yen lit in town today lo Inn.I ll your lM Relief Fund 1 %  %  %  S. Mr* %  I Hn Mr* 1 • no 10 Oil If ,.. s a %  .. ., Robert Thorn. Lid Hum %  .)<•! Mane Can eo i Fatter) viur.d. %  psjr*term -" from of 1,781 1 on cl %  I RaUeatn eminent i famine. Sell. i at > M %  i I %  • iiijh' %  % %  %  || %  Ii it iii\ aald i Vel I i Korea behind then attack! %  > %  %  ,' ii i %  i • t United Natl< ; i I north ,i AU were beaten bedi To the north, menc Allied planes tore up rails and road bedi Ui thi li det< i effort to cut Coirmuinlsl -ripply lit m in ineo -II m tun %  Manning; a, Mr 4 Mi. 1 Co !> A C Lid %  %  o leva *3S Total •*.*:• Heavy Fighting On Korea Front NEWS /\ BRIEF EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS Ko i iand freeh Communisi tn i ilo the Mill • Carry A-Boml> Carlh Commission Musi < 'on I in in LOND ,N \ H aisi-n-ct is Valiant %  | %  c petal* in atomic 'Ah Aral fourel bomber, and quite rtnl Key | %  i Use Con mission "toW .. i %  %  %  i Conference at Kent 1 %  n laid *bni tha plainhad been ordered In quan. Mr r ;,mr 'w " %  • %  litv ithe KAK ind would probe*" !" .'"' ihingtnn on retlrer ... F-OHT-OF-SPAIN. AuflMl 2H The Caribbean commission set up by th .[ %  '..11 •Powi i in TrifiM %  itinuc until 1954 witl retiriiu Set retai ( %  mea %  '. afti %  1 %  papi .. [ th %  %  %  % %  i.i %  i %  | %  %  thai < %  %  %  hall continue tot %  period "f live %  %  .iriii.it Govenunent n notice of p I .mi v|ii h : [ am .tftrr the ., %  .I c ( f the Yanggi %  I Soutll K' fought lhe:r Moody rtdea onl ti the I tea ol n m run and machine nun lire, Tin 11 fool r fool part %  th< %  %  v. • ;.tha % %  • bed Re Ii %  I %  II ; (in In i anlroi Uranium di (led : V. ,1, %  i"l f • in effeim. nuiill.H Quln*: II %  i woman in Chli live birth lo tive oi six children %  %  x.rt nun L.K.P %  i HKIFF van .: %  pi %  : %  1 I The MI brief visit He had %  i t %  iBfrBBl la ti> ft %  Ri train at AuteillU -Ulioii. '! iiiiiiaii K 'aKY< i August % %  it K"tm p.-ace t;ilk> nun | i tie proapi cl ># r*r ai %  i the t.ilks no '"' : %  %  ii'iu thai it did one n might ., ami obvioai that the < lotn Ihe 9 ar i % %  %  on" The I i led Natioi UtetaJ Comieneral RI U ITer otfWed ce tall %  i Batu day, %  reply t i IftiMi %  i %  %  • %  .,iuii|i(iti %  i poa %  Ittal ent i it hai %  how l"i 800 Infantrymen Sail For Korra %  i w i! i due. %  %  i %  % %  %  ed to uar I I oil l*l%  Brie %  i %  %  l % %  i | %  the Con ixwuv. fce iturc f %  Commun it %  • i %  in %  Chlm Peklna er th Ii %  . %  'i -.. the I Mtx, and i mctered" the Communl In hi i ib.u Wiutecl NftUo na ubwa ,.l Ix.tnlavtl the ronferenre ,;U of the rii^-ht of A i %  I IKilling Spree! < ;^^ %  %  iars Maj \in. lira Th( South K • i erful ally in t' 11 %  %  •, i • lo m be around ol an • %  %  II Mofctanai aoon i • %  ii lha 'ommunist posili ; i. ii %  %  forth bom while, the An Force ani IBrll i '*> "ew twin )et Meteoi %  %  oi %  %  %  Weeke$ /His 100* Bui SusfM'iidi>il last nlgi %  %  %  %  %  ,t > ml Bar%  %  1 %  I tlir II %  %  %  %  %  uton. %  % %  Marua H .1 %  i 1 • ".. preanl ..r thfa hat the Rada broke or] I lire t.ilks the neal daj nidgway | the raid had been i bli ii' le "ii w*i %  ri acti I UM < enmunlsl lemand that Uu United ar to look at It i Ii' The "ADVOCATE" p-iy for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night i i %  '.'.'.'.;:'.' r ;;:','s.;'.'.;;;%'S f %'.i Dewey Goto A Nat %  u y % % %  <> M %  DONAI.O M\( LE \N f.t Bi'ri;i.* QuoUng1 I vernor of the Colony In || ll| Of I Slur w InM In C Klscnl Chainniin o[ the I '"' Mrr don Mr. j ..... experiment it, international co'•' %  ''' Centrjl front • ft %  i %  %  %  Missing Diplomats Pound LONDON. 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