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ESTABLISHED 1895



Communists Say Allies Killed Red Police

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Round The Cloci:
Offensive Started

TOKYO, August 31.

FORMAL Communist protest charged that on

Saturday about ten South Korean troops
attacked three Red military policemen in the Kae.

song neutral zone on Thursday,

wounding the third.

killing two and

Peking Radio broadcast a

protest by General Nam Il, the chief Communist

truce negotiator, to Rear-Admiral Turner Joy, |

head of the United Nations armistice team. Nam

said that on the same day, but ina separate incident,

other Allied troops fired guns in the area of Pan-

munjom inside the neutral zon

Nam said that still other Senth
Koreans, armed with machine
guns. helved their countrymen to!
escape after the Killing of the!
military policemen,

Nam I! said : “I protest vigor-
ously, and demand the most severe
punishment for those responsible
for the incidents, and also demand
the assurance that such incidents
will not occur again”. ‘The new
protest was dated August 31 only
a few hours after Nam had lodged
a formal protest alleging that
a B 26 bomber had violated the
neutrality of Kaesong, by flying
over the armistice city and dron-
ping a parachute flare near the
conference site.

An Eighth Arty spokesmah to-
day announced the opening of a
round the clock artillery and air
attack on the Korean East front
as the Communists made fresh
accusations that the United Na-
tions were trying to wreck the
ceasefire talks by violating the
neutral area.

In mounting a series of accusa-
tions of American “treachery” in
Korea, Peking radio today said
that the Americans were “writing
off these peace talks, and trying
to force the Koreans and Chinese
to assume the responsibility.” The
broadeas; linked the Kaesong
truce talks with the forthcoming
Japanese Peace Treaty Conference
in San Francisco. The United
States had deliberately acted to
ruin the truce negotiations “to
force the Japanese people to build
up their fighting strength,” Peking
Radio said. America was deter-
mined to “wreck the talks before
the San Francisco Conference.”

The broadeast served to bolster
the belief, long held here in usual-
ly well informed circles that the
San Francisco C ce had
always figured in Cciimunist

= a Se eee

Truman Not
Likely To

By CAROLL KENWORTHY
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.

The possibility of President

Truman visiting Europe has come!
up recently during casual White

House chats, but the President
still apparently feels he cannot
plan such a trip now. Some visit-
ors from Kurope have urged him
to go there. In addition, a group
of officials nere would like to see
him go as a propaganda move to
dramatize the United States peace
effort.

There are indications that Tru-
man has been influenced by the
enthusiasm which his daughter
Margaret showed after her recent

visit there, and has probably been |

encouraged by her to enjoy such
an experience. Every time the
idea arises Truman says that he
would like to go, but can make no




promises cr plans now, officials
said. He hi been just as non-
committal ever to those who

recently urged him to go, they re-
ported.
A Good Reason

Truman could easily find a g00d
reason for a visit to Europe ob-
servers said. One would be repay-
ing the official trips which the
French President Vincent Aurioi
and the British Prime Minister
Clement Attlee have made here,






Visit Europe &

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBE?



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coUN SIM? a VLA,
Chief Scout of Japan, has arrived

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Red

Not Be Invited
To Talks
NEW DELHI, Aug. 31.

Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru told Parliament that Com-
munist China would not be invited
to the forthcoming conference of
Asiatic countries to be held after
the Japanese Peace Conference in
San Francisco.

He said that only India, Burma
and Indonesia would be invited,
because they had kept in close and
constant touch with each other,

Replying to the Parliamentary
criticism of India’s refusal to at-
tend the Japanese Treaty Con-
ference, Nehru declined to reveal
the subject of the discussions by
jBritain, the United States and
India during the preparation of
‘the Treaty. Instead, he referred
critics to the recently publishe?
Government White Paper whic!
includes India’s objection$ to +*







Boy Scout Training Centre at Gilwell Park, Essex.

JAPAN'S CHIEF S€OUT IN) LONDON

« ear-Os n
in London for a week's ind
Express

é
octrinati

China Will) France Fears

THE TALKS of
Truman’s personal env
about the eventua! Gera
defence, were reer ived wi!
Press today.

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ve rited States.

Disciosing “this
te.aci. Affaits Departaner:
Wished the ‘ext of the csioriatic



Kaesong Confer-|_ Auriol was here jast April. |TTe@ty- note handed tbS Stats pepart- |
sear lee Cominuniat move to in- There has been repeated apectita-. ' on teeny ne ( “imerieyy tngeCia pinta
itiate the ceasefire talks camejtion that Truman would repay |02¢ not communicated to Ind 'olwoshinston “earlier thi. wel
after the plans for the Japanese | that visit sooner or later. ” jviews before Rocepting “ithe nWe said that the revent nel
Treaty signing had been announc- Cther reasons for going migh: |fTence invitation, | Ww den? BT OU. boouncéiment mf. the Uvites Zaz "a
ed by the United. States State also be to see the Burdvenn Re. ay critic of Tndia’s ster avned py partons we A 5 a
Department. covery under the Marshall Pian ithe Prime Minister why, \ ean) £Bnport i io i

Today’s Peking radio broadcast) which technically ends next June |Semment had vos me MNES 1: Maer et ie aet cs. Gael
quoted as further evidence of the‘ 2. : |objections to .he Far : Lame: Soke wma, 18 or |
“American determination to wreck) Some of those who wont the }Commission, Nehru replied inci jeoncern te the Cenad ty
the talks”, the assignment to the President to g0, contend he ; |had_ no reason or occasion (0), ,, nt, ‘ne restt etio i a> ae
United States’ delegation to the! make the trip in 10 dav; - (challenge the decisions made by 1, i ae ea Note at
conference of Brigadier General spending three cach in Paris ane |the sreat powers at Yalta and |; pra ieular, « a sie Sei aii
William Nuckols, who has acted! London and thus be awuy frem his | Potsdam.” —UP. Ja, by: to Canc ze es a ine na
as chief spokesman for the United |desk here in a coniparatively short | United Su fas? ee eT
Nations truce delegation. Nuckols, | iime. I Calling attestion to the “mer

the radio claimed, would “tell the:

Americ gn story to their own,
satellites to persuade them that
they must accept the American

plan to re-arm the Japanese be-
reause it was the American inten-
tion to continue and expand the
war here”.

The broadcast followed close on |
the heels of the Communist;
charges that there were fresh)
Allied violations of Kaesong’s
neutrality. It quoted the Com-
munist newspaper reporters
saying that South Korean troops
armed with machine guns ad-
vanced to within three miles of
Kaesong before being halted by
“Police guards”.

General Nam Il, Chief Com-
munist delegate to the Kaesong
Armistice Talks lodged a strong
protest over the Peking Radio
tonight concerning the “continu-
ous intrusions into the neutral
zone by United Nations’ military
aircraft.”

General Nam Il demanded that
the “eulprits’ be severely punish-
ed and soight “full assurance
against any repetition of the inci-
dent in violation of the neutrality
zone agreement on your side.”” On
yesterday’s alleged incideut. the
Radio said that. when the Com-

— U.P.

F.B.I. Nab Severn
Suspected
In The Dope Ring

NEW YORK, August 31.



Seven men were jailed on the
Suspicion of conducting a coast
to coast narcotics ring that
grossed $1,000,000 yeariy.

Police said that narcotic ped-

dlers from Los Angeles, Detroit,
Chicago, and Boston had flown
into New York to make purchases
from the seven men. ,
The suspects were arrested last
night by ten detectives who shad
trailed them by posing as porters.
Detective Katryn Barry, of the
Narcotics Squad, who made the
arrest, said that he had enough
infermation to arrest the group a
veck ago, but delayed
until all of them could be seized
simultanecously.,
— UP.





TO-DAY’S WEATHER













Stamp Out Illicit
Sale Of Narcotics

Senate Crime Committee

WASHINGTON, August 31,

The Senate Crime Committee
called ‘for action at all social levels
to combat “revolting” narcotics
,traffic which offers organized
crime the most profitable opening
“in the final report on its 16
months investigation of the United
States underworld, The Committee
termed the illicit sale of narcotics
“an evil of major proportions,’



and said that law enforcement
#roups, legislators, educators and
parents must join in the fight to
stamp it out. —U.P.



A Train Apiece !

NEW YORK, August 31.
Sydney H. Bingham, who leads

rection New York City’s train system be-|the village of Ponyu in one of thi

lieves that the solution to this
Metropolitan area’s jammed sub-
ways and bus lines is an individual,
plastic, bullet-shaped push-button-
operated vehicle speeding under-
ground threugh a maze of
pneumatic tubes.









ane ee Wtoena aden } CHART Forecasting the transportation of
ited Nations arm . the future in a speech, Bingham
ot Inited Nations ¢ ad ser | . -
et cae hak anaentad Sy t Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. suggested that the personal vehicle
the Kaesong neutral zone protect- Sunset: 6.05 p.m. would be stationed in the base-
aes tral zor rotec 2 i bag f :
ed the South Koreans with Pian "an. Moon. ment of the residence with arterial
machine guns and withdrew to- High Tide- 5 ‘ ao Si Fi connections to master tubes
wards the southeast along the | pm. eaten eee Motive power would be supplied
railways. “It was not until 230]]) 7 "mide. 10.05 : 5 by “compressed air of great
pee, Saat FOUL eer beret | p.m ae Neate ae efficiency or some other jet ar-
left the neutral zone,” the protest | Bt rangement without objectionable
added.—U.P. 0isonous products. —U-P.
—_ | Pp
" ore
%,
Advocate Janiaica Relief Fund
THE $1,000 a day pace was J. & M.S 1.00 | Harold Proverbs &
maintained yesterday $1,180.00 * 5.00" ] Co. Lid 50.00
Sing ite way take the fund gm | Meee Seat * °R.,
This carvied the total well be- 10.00 Mi 2h. Ma Gpringes oe
yond the $5,000 mark witich 10 00 ue: ‘Dowsin a 60
represents collections for a 5. 00 T: Geddes Grant Ltd 5a0 00
week. 2.40 | Mr. & Mrs. A. de i
BUT THE GOAL IS YET ‘3 as ee S 10.00
APAR OFF. ; oK “J. H. MacPhail or
The need of the stricken | 4.00 M: Mrs
Jamaicans is greater than 2.00 C. N. Reece 2506
evar. Destitution is rampant. sie a Morgan... .. 5.00
Starvation is making itself A eS : abet a rca. 0 oO
felt : A 2 Lid 9 00
Send your donation to-drv A 2 G0 eval Bank ef Canada
to one of the three city Pank Anc i. 1.09 G P. 2 00
I 2.096

or direct t> the office of this
newspaper.
Give to-day.





a .. $487







©! more than a week ago-+U P.

far reaching {plications 1
United States restric(io;,. ” the note
seid “they are contrary to thy
obligations which the two Govern-
ments have assumed toward one}
another in the general agreement
on tariffs and trade,” Tt was wnde.-
stood here that the United States
Agriculture Department in im-
posing its controls «cted on_ the
rider attached to the price control
Bill which went through Congress



Burmese Raided
Indian Village

NEW DELHI, Aug, 31
Prime Minister Nehru told P:
liament on March 24 this year thai!
Naga tribesmen from Burma raid-
ed an Indian border village and
carried away 93 heads. Nehru told,
how naked Naga tribesmen fror



wildest regions of Northern Bur-/

ma had raided the village of Nok

hu on the Indian border {

He said that 400 houses anal
granarieés had been burnt, live-|
stock killed and standing crops|
destroyed after the raiders hac

killed and beheaded 93 villagers
The raid was repeated five day
later, but there were no casualti





‘ ise all the inhabitants
| evacuated Nokhu village, Neh
j said.—-U.P,



'C’dianCommitteeTo
Assist Jamaicans

MONTREAL, Aug. 31.
The férmation of a C paaier t
Committee to the residents
of hurricane-ravaged Jamaica wa
announced on Thursday Jame
Muir, President of the Royal Ban} |




assist



of Canada, is chairman of the
Committee, Committees are also
being formed in Toronto and in,

Vancouver Island.—C.P.

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THE road between Bruce Vale
Factory and 3elleplaine wi
washed out yesterday after

{! rainfall, the utive
\ of the Departm*s
Highways and Transport said t
the Advocate vesterday afternoon

The best road to Belleplaine 10

from Hillaby Turner’s Ha
Swan Factory and Walker

The Police told the Advuc
: t g that Ros ridge
1 St. Andrew wa
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LONDON, August 8 On Surncay
Persistent reports (a he .wo } ’ is
missing British diplomats are or} MR. CARLYLE | BURTON
have been und the frou Curtain | Assistant: Librarian ‘waving: the
;was giver rect support in af dsland on Sunday tor tho UK., 01
staterjunt issutd by the Foreian| the $8.8, Colombie, He is taking
Office. a course in Library Science at the
The London. ‘vaily Herald, the | School of Libvariansily in Leeds
rgan of the Uriteh Labour Party | Phe course Is expecid to last «
Seid that it had turned over to the | 7&8".
Poreign Oxfice, information on the | ¢ Mr. Burton WEE On the Harrisor
route taken hy Donald MeClean ollege steff from September, 194
and. Gat Burifes : : iianoretl ee to April, 1950, He then left for
ppueared tfoin land on M a Tobago where he _ took up a ‘|
The Herald saide that knev Ler Der aenen as Senior Master oF
> the Bishop’s High School, Tobsz
the train and plane travel of the! }te held this post until he wa
two Foreign Office officials, inted to his present position

he ! 7 uppo
Foreign Off .e spokesman confirnm-
ed that it had received informa-

tion.

a | Meznwhile information ha

“The Stavement received agrees | hoary yeceived that an allocation
with certain theories and :atormas | f £584 has been approved under
tion previously submitted, but |e West Indies Training Scheme
which could not be confirmed, i fpaneed from Colonial Develop-|
despite attempts to check it", they jent and Welfare Funds, in re-|
spokesman aid. His remark that! pect of the year 1951-52, for the
the information could not be tani of Mr. C. A. Burton
“checked” led to the speculation | Assistant Librarian, in Librarian-

that it could not be checked be- | ship
cause the diplomats were in Soviet; year,
satellite territory. A reliable Th
source yesterday said that McClean | year



Cold View Prevails

Among Economists

(By HARRY FI

WAS

There is a “cold front” among Go

against the view of some Latin-

the United States should guaran

power of the monetary reserves, w

accumulate from trade during
zatin-American

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Francisco on Tuesday said tha

“realistic

provide

semetesearenecranaseaaiee

S. Koreans —

Take Key Hill

8TH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Aug. 31.
UNITED NATIONS troops fought to the top of a
key hill on the “bloody ridge’’ on Friday night
after a day of savage fighting, and held their lines
against desperate Communist counter attacks ou
two other hills in the sa

Conference Will

Show Who
Wants Peace

WASHINGTON, Aug. 31
scretary of State Dean Acheson
for the Japanese Peace

ity Per
uty

Treaty conference opening in San | mopped up at 8.30 p.m,

t the
ting will show which nation
it peace and which do not.

cheson named no names, but
sia and her Polish and Czecho-



srepared to disrupt ine confer-
» and try to prevent the adop-

of the American-sponsored
ty which frees Japan to rearm
expand her economy

cheson said that the pact is a
treaty of opportunity”
Japan, and predicted that a
b majority of the 51 nations
nding the conference will sign.
said that the conference “will
a test for those nations
really want peace and those
do nat,”









’ . urgence 6. the «-erman m lite, John Foster Dulles, Republican
1 vs eid Jk s i
Canada Protests : nae 5 tthe F party, State Department Aide and
< en prime author of the treaty,
U Y a 6 :¢n Minister, Robert Sechuma’s |iyey 4) . 50 rane
g thal (he New pact 1s setting a new
oS. Inipor 7 Ban 4 tement isfore the Nations! Heid of ‘ ss He explained “it
OTTAWA, Aug. 31. | Assembly, in whieh che reiteraied wll | » solid gainst anything but
Canadi has otested to thet (@hces deverutaation never to | jjrec: trontal attack by some grea!
United Staves against jis aew yeaa” the rebirth of an independ {).qtio detiber ely bent on start
hibition. on the imports of dairy Wehrmacht ing World Wa TU. We do not w
ee + It alleged that the ben! .The Indeven'ent lett wing | to ! lieve th ‘ any payer Theat
|Viclauwj the Ccneva Trace Agree | poper Combat said in its political | ¢¥"! and zoe p B Grate; ie
ment aod threatened “immedts fe “ceiitorial ‘that Harvim’n’s visit, to ; 10% “e 80 to Sua Francisco in th
amage’> to “Canmdian.«thad: ith Born °mark > the Unired States ee fvothepe and eonaence,

Acheson and Dulles were among



anits into the, Allantic Avon," be- jthe 49 parsuns vb. coarded the
beth"? fore the°end ¢f this year. —U.P. } chartered 2.0.6 aleliner bound
- We | for the confersoce, Th ~ hope de-
P:/oe Se LF spite Russia’s onticipared onposi«
ieat sol }tion to complete ‘he Treaty by
Missi ug Dip nats | September &



Burton | caves



Teaining of Librarian

'y, the United Kingdom this|

1 satellites are believed to



e course which is for one;
is tenable at the Leeds Schou. |

and Burgess had been in Czecho-|of Librarianship, and will com-'
islovakia in June and mig till! mence on the 12th September:
be there.—U.P, 11951, |

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tANZ)

SHINGTON, Aug, 31.
vernment economists here
American Republics that
tee the future purchasing
hich those countries might
defense emergency. |
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representation earlier period, officialsesaid that tt













made during the recent economic] present conditiorys are not cor “|
meeting in Washington and parable, The recent situation is}
Panama is that the United State that other Reputles are net in]
may buy more goods from than it] fact establishing an avnern il
sells to other American Republics} balance in their trade wrth the}
and that the “real value” of their! United States, |
surplus earnings would be reduced The United States is makin |
in the event of a post-energency | every effort to main flo |
nflation of the United States’ price | goods—even scarce commodit |
level Latin-Ame Ect {
rt i ipported ys the | -equire ! b
experience after ul War {1 not di d by th
when many Republics sold en -|ping scercity wh
jvaordinary yolum of com {curing World War II
mcdities to the United States, bu‘! Waited States’ official: exol
could not spend back the mone they could not iW
for some of the gocds which they ! future purchasing ipacity
most wanted j coll ws earned by La
In postwar yea n contr muntries withou n
were eliminated here the price!+gainst other countri th equ
Jevel rose, 1 tr We treaty rights, and United States |
earned citizen who are likewis con |
public h cerned by the purchasing canacits |
Al of their dollars in the event o!|
¢ nflatior
€ } 1 P



Pilot Flew
Faster Than
Any Human

CALIFORNIA, Aug. 31. €
Pilot Bill Bridgman. flew himself
faster than any human being in
‘history, but said that he was so
busy with the instruments, that he
had only a brief peep at the worl,
14%) miley below. He said, “I go
only a brief look out. It is quite a
sight. He said that he could sey
the curvature of the earth, but
could not distinguish objects on
the ground, The United States
Navy announced on Thursday that
Bridgman had broken the 16-year-
old altitude record of 72,394 feet,
set by a man-carrying balloon,
when he took his rocket powered
Nouglas Skyrocket plane to an un-

4



me sector, disclosed altitude over Edwaiis
South Koreans captured the hil'/Air Foree base at Muroe on

early in the 18-day Allied offen-| August 15.--U.P.

sive north of Yanggu on the ea

il front, The North Korean
recaptured it early this week. At
cking without plane support, du

NEWS IN BRIRF

cent





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;to rain and low clouds, Unite; 1 " 1

\ Natio troops jumped off agai Officials Try To
jon Friday morning. Hour by hou | £

| they edged up the hill again: End Copper Strike
jllerce Red fire, and radioed t Q

lhe ’dquarters that they har WASHINGTON, Avs: 31.

Federal and Union officials
sought a quick settlement of the
nationwide copper strike before
the anti-strike court order actually
is obtained, Truman invoked the

A release from the Allied com
bat cargo command disclosed tha
220,000 pounds of emergency ra

tions, ammunition and medic:

supplies aete alt arovan. +4 national emergency Taft-Hartley
Thursday to the United Nation AG\ IRAE TIERS hol s prelude to
forces fighting in the cruel moun getting the injunction to returi.



the strikers to work in the vital
defense industry——U.P,

10 Ships Held Up

DUBLIN, Aug. 31.
Ten Irish registered ships were
held up by the strike of 800 sea-
men who denmand a 32s. weekly
pay increase.—-U.P.

tains of Bast Korea, It indicater
that the drop was made to troop
on the “bloody ridge’ =

The Allies now hold all thre
hills they had fought for, but th
Reds were counter attacking in
cessantly despite frightful losses

The Communists said that th
South Korean forees have pushe
within three miles of Kaesong i
“continuing” their fight, and it i





feared here that this new cris!
in the Korean armistice talk
might be the trigger for the ex s :
pected Red offensive, Comraunist ‘Quake Hits ‘0

Radio broadcasts during all day |

Friday attacked the United Na-, SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug, 31.
tions “lack of sincerity” in the; A sharp but brief earthquake
Kaesong truce talks, and com- Shook Santiago and Central Chile

pletely ignored General Matthew 00 Friday, First reports indicated
Y. â„¢4ewevs invitation to retury | that there was no damage.-O.P.

to the conference table.—U.P, |

— Occupy Island
rol ¥ }
I housands Attend : SAIGON, Indo-China, Aug. 31.

Canadian Fair French paratroopers occupied

j{he island of Cu Lao 30 miles north
ONTARIO, August 29, jof the Vietminh base of Quang-
The largest annual fair in the", and $60 miles northeast of







Ripe



world swung Into its secofid and |Suigot, The paratroopers were
last week after over 1,100,000 supported by French Navy com-

rsons had walled through the /mandos.—U,P.

s of the Canadian National |



Exhibition turnstiles, |

One of the most colourful ani-
mel exhibitors was Dr. Heetor
I, Astengo of Brampton, Ontario, |
end Rosario, Argentina, Astengo!

FISHY !

LONDON, Aug. 31.
A fish bit Frank Hitchcock on







came to Canada three years 840 the thigh yesterday while he was
to purchise, prize holsteins fo! gwimming, Hitehcock lashed out
his South American herd, bul’ ind cracked the foot-long fish on
decided to stay, “We were very the back with his. fist, the fish
happy to see Di Astengo come whiled around and bit Hitchcock
'y Ontario,” officials of Ontario | oy the thumb. Hitchcock got
liolstein Association said, His quickly out of the water,—U.P.
excellent results in such a short |
tme have encouraged many Can-

dian farmers to breed better 5
cattle,” The “ADVOCATE

Dr. Astengo entered about 20

f his best animals in the exni pays for NEWS
tition daisy eattle show, and his .
entry was seaten only by the Dial 3113
perennial winner, J. M. Fraser e
also of Ontario, Day or Night

UP. Bie





Whenever you want a cigarette-
remember -

It’s the TOBACCO that counts

Vayors
please

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PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

IS Majesty the King has

approved the award of te
Imperial Service Medal to Mi
Ida Isabella Newton, who retired

from the post of Head Teacher of
the St. Elizabeth's Girls’ Schovo!,
after years in the Publi

serv
H's Excellency the Governor

of the Leeward Islands Mr.
K. W. Blackburne and family
have left Antigua for St. Kitt
where they shall be resident for
many weeks, The day before he

44
ice

In The Balance

left, His Excellency visited the
site at Greencastle where an ex-

ation well with. a depth of
25 5 ft is being pul through a non
stop pumping test for 14 days
RR was the second day since
pumping began when His Excel-

lency
Was
water

inspected the works and ne
able to see ciear palatable
rushing through the pipe.
‘The output sincs it was started
or the 28th August has been
100,000 gals per day. Antigua’s
fate lies in the balance. Can this

be a source of supplying the
greater portion of the poulation
with an adequate water supply?

The whole island is keenly await-
ing the results of this test which
will indicate whether it will, be
possible to continuously abstPact
water at this rate, and thus im-
prove conditions of 20,000 people
in the City

Back To U.S.

R. GERALD WALKER or
White Hall Road who for the
past three weeks had been on a
visit to Barbados from the U‘SS.,

area,

left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for
Puerto Rico on his way back to
New York. Mr. Walker is a
Barbadian and has been living for
many years in America,
Holiday Over

R. AND MRS, ALEXANDER
JAMADAR and their
daughter Dorothy were among the

passengets leaving for Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA, Since
August 1, they had been holiday-

ing here staying at “Swansea”,
Worthing.
Mr. Jamadar is a Barrister-at-

Law in San Fernando.
Two Weeks
M*: MICHAEL LAING, Assigt-
ant to the General Manager

of Trinidad’s Rediffusion Service
flew in from Trinidad on Tuesday
evening by B.W.LA. to join his
wife and family who arrived here
recently by the Golfito. He ex-
pects to be in Barbados for just
about two weeks

Mr. Laing was a former manager
of the Rediffusion Service here,
when it was known as Radio Dis-
tribution.



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WwW. lL. Art Music, 11 45 a E Parade
9 The Ne ‘ d shown In the
HE Fo h Annual Art Ex-j/a,
hibitic h re in | 419 p.m.—6 49 pam 1 oh ane
Antigua’s Cc il Chamber he stom. Gus } Light Or from Mart }
Court House I week came t ves pm ¢ ‘ collection. Side }
a close last Sunday. This year coed Serena Pada 64@ | seams of the |
exhibits were far le in number | programme long. fur-lined
than those on display by local | 7.0+—10 ‘5 p.m .., 8. N. lacket are split
artists in previous years and in-j} remap The Ne ' News and rounded |
deed there were several pictures | analysis 7.16 p sehind Shoulders. collar
xhibited which were seen last |7.45 bm Geral arn gene a aio and pockets fot-
year Nevertheless, the three} \/en. 930 pm MNadio Theatre 9 4 low We teme |
leading artists, Prince, Francis and |p m. Interlude 10 pr The New s was i
Adam, showed considerable im-| 1° Sf Rotors na P.M. Her movement,
yrovement in their work. Cecil | 1% Hall's Guest Nigh ra ag afternoon dress
I Faithfully
Adams, in particular has greatly - vee
improved in his portraits in oils. | r mi skirt Iness. }
The most popular picture of the | A NIBBLE Al achieved by the |
whole show was his portrait of the | 4 . Slauies ae ae
Administrator, Mr. R. StJ. O.| HISTORY | ecsymetrices
Wayne. The artist really suc- - |
ceeded in catching the true ex- EDWAKD GOODRICH, Wash-) overskirt. Hip |
aad a ‘ mgton telephone engineer, was} and necklines
paacn of hie ae » | mhowitg tw Chicago friends the! are rounded and
arbad nica, and British | Owing o Pago — |
aaa — tect a several | american Constitution in its glass hemline has 3 |
tetures to the show. ease at the Library of ¢ es curved finish,
“In view of the delicate ve jwhen they saw something move.)
. } : LOntun "
sisuation, Miss Hartwell, Golden Wedding | They kk ov ar ane say ta. ae Sane StUrees serum |
. i é noth abou 1a an ine ‘ .
r ? Le oe Anniversary ‘sag nibbling at the parchment] ane Rina Seven f th Patter’ so oe ing an
M* AND MRS. P. E, EYNOE |page. Alvin Kremer, the library's} ‘ — of on a o oo re the rae the Scot. |
T Y : of “Orange Hill,” St. Peter | »ceper of collections, was brought) "4 rhe Per =r pe ae wae 2 en ay Fa! 8 Rdinboe h. Says the |
After Twenty-one Years celebrate their golden wedding] from his home in Arlington, Vir-|'9 Urse eron to stand for re- tish clans in 1: aoTh th- |
R. AND MRS. WILFRED Mitts,’ dikeiion ; sisi’. ads + Meena He| election and his wife to be a vice- Walleste: vet Journal: “The ga
anniversary today, Carib, along |ginia, to inspect the case “| presidential candidate may seem ering spells a bonnie business |
DOWNIE and their fourteen- with their many relatives and| watched for 15 minutes and saw| Pi ficulou ays the New York boom.” The Journal estimates
year-old daughter Judy who had friends join in offering hearty|nothing. But he is going to dis- ‘mes. “But,” the paper adds, “it that the boom will. bring in
been holidaying in Barbados for congratulations. mantle the case and examine it vorth remembering that we $8,000,000 (2,850,000) from |
the past five weeks were among Friends with a magnifying glass ed to be amused by the Chap- abroad.
the passengers leaving for Puerto . 2D CKERTERC fric rce| The Constitution came int Adolf Hitler. Mussolini
Rico yesterday morning, en route STHER SKEETE'S friend Alyce | e in 1787 and lays down how j th hi trutting Sweetheart
: ac re sprday,'orce ‘ ays . vulsed us with his struttin S
hs the U.S. During their stay they seers 77 z eh eae ihe U.S. is governed lf out-thrust iaw. The trouble R |
ere the guests of Mr. Alvin Ram- orgy skeie ‘the US ‘after Atom Practice Soon lw such men is that in the long TITLE bestowed by an
say of Britton’s Hill aiG, Gla Samara pio. e ee ‘bados,| AMERICAN WARPLANES will) run they make us laugh out of on Princess Margaret for-her 21st
This was Mr. and Mrs. Downie’s tw0 months holiday i ease, be carrying atomic practice mis-|the wrong side of our mouths.” birthday.
first visit to Barbados in twenty- _ Alyce “ae Tay F ae ae ae siles before long, says Senator|)~—————— ——- MING aon iI
one years. They are both Barba- Pennsylvania has recently gradu-| 1 ister Hill, And Civil Defence|||Next Attraction: | PE_AZA B'TOWN ||womAy on Pier 1:
dians, Mrs. Downie is the former ated from the Philade pe | Administrator Millard Caldwell) || iss Tomorrow DIAL 2310]}laraine Day,
Evelyn Foster, daughter of Mr. ang Museum Sc hool of Art th wee says not one city in the United| GOODBYE Tim Ryan
Mrs. A. E, Foster of “Whitehall”, who BiG ers ua ee pt sabe States “has even approached ¢ al SS SSSEETLnY WEEK — CARIBBEAN THEATRES LTD
St. Andrew Mr. Downie is a School, is remaining in Barbac point where it could withstand an Warner's “Topping ‘Teehnicclar Bdusienl
salesman with ths American for a longer holiday. atomic attack Should Russia te d Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
Slipper Co. Their h s in the Trinidad Holid drtike 4 t of every 100 planes] NOW SHOWING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. an
Slipper Co. heir home is in rinida iday strike, 70 out of ever I Gene BROADWAY
Bronx. REY. AND MRS, A. E. ARM-|would get through.” Dota. |. See IN LULLABY OF
They told Carib that they had STRONG of Graeme Hall Claudette Tells / rece and SPORTSMEN OF THY FAR RAST
enjoyed their holiday immensely Terrace who had been spending a| SCHOOLCHILDREN are lea ee eon . rod
and were only sorry it was over short holid 1 Trinidad return bout the British monarchy PECIAL TODAY (SAT.) 9.30 a.m. & 1,30 p.m
P y Sorry ve short holiday ir ad re “ling abou 1e itish vonarchy s
$0 soon, ed yesterday morning by B.W.LA. \from Hollywood stars who have | THE SINGING SHERIFF & STAGECOACH BUCKAROO
* Coming in on the same plane was|met the Royal py Claudette Crosby, Steve Coole; & Orchestra Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy i
With U.B.O.T. Mr. Graham Wilkes of the Lodge|Cclbert met Prince M ee 7 Sass SS S556] )
R. AND MRS. DAVID School. He had been in Trinidad val film show las t year. To-| <= =
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four childrem. who had been arrival was Mr, James Speed,|announces that she has had a E LAZ Dial 8404 THE GARDEN — sT. 5 AMES
holidaying in Barbados since scottish engineer who is here on|letter from an I h-language 5 & 8.0 pom Today only 4 30 p
pene aoe 3, t EW LA. to Trinidad two weeks’ vacation, staying at| schoolmaster He . “d if she ir Rattan ‘fea eevee Hum phe, Boeart in migh st SIERRA
yesterday by 2 vould be kind enough to write
Wi, Law is Manager ot ° et Talkin Point her impteswions of British royalty ‘OPERATION PACIFIC ||| Same Torre; Sem, Mon. Tact
U.B.O.T.’s Port-of-Spain office, alking oin' for his classes. Says the studio Jehr AYNE, Patricia NEAL |} | Boss of MAT. Sun 5 p.m.
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The report that a French poli- Danube, and got into a rowing aT steanine
Ucian had been eaten by his con- boat. Magda von Sickening rose iad é& MARTO ANN
stituents made no mention of from the stern, finger to lips, and a sais a TH
malice. It was, again, probably got out of the boat. A large car Be M Kus “ANZA: LY
sheer hunger. In this country drove up, was ignored, and Sores Liee'*nenl JARMILA
parliamentary privilege protects off again downstream towards ‘
our M.Ps, from any possible out- Margaret Island. Two men sharp- oe } KIRSTEN: NOVOTNA
break of:cannibalism. The Mem- ening huge pencils on the fifth Fabulous THEBOM
ber who complained that two floor of a freightage office ex- 3 . BLANCHE
men with a hhatingtpeces lit a changed ‘a smile, as three knocks Caruso! eg ee 2
fire under his chair and tried to fell on the window. Outside, at EXTRA SHORT:
roast him had the sympathy of at the top of a ladder, was an old “ . ”
all the well-fed, What that oboe sailor. He stepped into the room a RIDDLE OF RHODESIA
bit is not mentioned, but the and the two pencil-sharpeners
G-string of a violin, with a sauce “ook his place on the ladder,
of rosin, is said to be fairly climbed down, and ran quickly
tender. into a cafe, where a mecting wa
The Hidden Rhinoceros (I) a = They left with
: : . ie a word,
ee eet ae Prodmose; I don’t see the point.) s
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a, raised the blind in her Without Comment
rowzy sitting-room, and _ slowly
waved her oil-lamp to and fro. HERE is a famous old street

There was an answering
from a window opposite, A man
in the alley whistled twice. A
woman on a roof-top hooted like
an owl. Then all was still, Ten
minutes later a pair of Siamese

signal

twins came out of an_ ironmon-
ger’s shed on the FranzJosef
quay on the left bank of the

in York called The Shambles

The North-Eastern Region of
3ritish Railways has taken over
a butcher’s shop in this treet,
and decorated it with dummy
carcases and a boar’s head. “In
this old-world setting,” says my)
paper, “an information bureau

has been opened.”

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER



1, 1951



Sir John Saint. Kt., And
Hon. R. K. Hunte Attending

AN Arbitration Court to consider the price of rice from
British Guiana will be held next week, and Sir John Saint,

Kt.,

C.M.G. has been appointed a member of the Board

Hon. K. R. Hunte, M.L.C. will attend as an adviser on be-
half of the Gevernment of Barbados.

The Acting Financial Secretary
said yesterday that in 1947 an
agreement was entered into be-
tween the British Guiana Rice
Marketing Board and the Gov-
ernment of Barbados whereby
the Boarg agreed to supply this
Island with its rice requirements
at fixed prices for the five-ye
period commencing Ist January,
1947 The Agreement contained
provision for the extension of the
period for a further three years
at prices to be fixed by negotia-

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tion, or, failing which, by arbi-
tration.
In March this year a meeting

was held in Trinidad which was
attended by representatives of
the British Guiana Rice Market-
ing Board and representatives of

the purchasing Colonies. The
object of the meeting was to
agree upon prices for the three
year period from the ist of Jan-
uary, 1952, to 31st December,
1954. The meeting recommended

throughout
The Riee

fixed prices to apply
the three year period.
Marketing Board was however
only prepared to confirm the
prices provided they would apply
in respect of the first year only
with prices for the remaining two
years to be negotiated annually.
Increase

This Government being fully
alive to the serious effect of any
inerease in the price of rice on
the cost of living decided that the
interest of the public could best
be met if the matter was sub-
mitted to arbitration as provided
for in the Agreement. The Gov-
ernments of Trinidad and Tobago
and the Leeward Islands whose
rice requirements are supplied
by British Guiana under similar
agreements have also decidéd to
submit to arbitration the question
of the prices for the three year
extension period,

The Governments concern-
ed have agreed to combine
for the purposes of arbitra-
tion, and have appointed
Hon. Sir John Saint, Kt.
©.M.G., a Member of the Ar-
bitration Board, The British
Guiana Rice Marketing Board
is entitled to appoint one
Member. The third and final
member who is to be Chair-
man of the Board will be an
independent person nomi-
nated by the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.

The Secretary of State has
nominated Dr W. M._ Clyde,
C.M.G., PhD. Dr. Clyde has
until recently been the Director
of Economic Activities for the
Commissioner General for the
United Kingdom in South East

Asia. He is now Rice Adviser to
the Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs and is also Chairman of
the Consultative Committee on
Rice in South East Asia which
meets in Singapore.
The Arbitration
held in Georgetown, British
Guiana, between the 4th and 6th
of September. Mr. A. Shenfield,
former Economic Adviser to the
Government of Trinidad, and
now a practising Barrister-at-
law in England will appear be-
fore the Court on behalf of the
purchasing 7overnment The
Honourable K. R. Hunte, M.L.C.,
will accompany him as Adviser
on behalf of the Government of
Barbados.

Court will be

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TDAD CONVICT
STILL AT LARGE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Where is Saywell Gordon? Is

he dead or alive? The Police have
promised to pay anyone $1,000 for
supplying information leading to
ihe arrest of this Carrera convict
but up to now the fourth day,
after his escape not a reliable clue
has been found,

Numerous reports, spreading
from the Carenage area to’ Tacari-
gua have been flowing to the
Police

Our La Brea correspondent said
this morning that the St. Patrick
Police under Supt. D. Ogier and
Sub. Inspector Benjamin have
been combing the area.

r
TWOIMPOR TANT

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT- OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Two important developments

are likely to result in the inter-
ests of the City Council from the
two-month stay in the U.K. of
Mr. H, W. Farrell, Town Clerk,

They are (1) introduction of
mechanised accounting and (2)
incorporation of modern arrange-
ments patterned from English
Municipalities in the new Town
Hall when this is built.

In talks with Sir John Imrie,
Mr. Farrell dealt with the
mechanised accounting for the
Municipality and, on a purely ex-
ploratory basis, discussed the
appointment of a Town Treasurer,
among other things.

Meanwhile Mayor Hamel-Smith
was still silent on his reasons ior
ordering Mr. Farrell’s suspicion

shortly after his arrival back from
the U.K.

41 Killed In Road
Accidents
-IN 7 MONTHS-

(From Our Own Cgrrespondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Forty-one people were killed in







road accidents in the colony
during the first seven months of
this year In the same period

last year 46 people were killed.

In July 1950, 10 people were
killed against three in July 1951.
This accounted for the lower fig-
ures on road deaths this year, as,
the figures were 208 in 1950 and
154 in 1951.

Road accidents of all types were
up by 13 per cent. Figures for
August this year were expected to
be high. as there had been a crop
of road accidents, including sev-
eral fatal accidents over the recent
Discovery week-end.






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Rice Arbitration Court In B.G. \— |

CONSTITUTION
COMMISSION TO
REPORT IN DEC.

(Prom Our Qwn Correspendent

GEORGETOWN, August 2



Report of the pritisn Guiana
Congutution Commuissron {the
Waadingion Commussiom) is now

receiving tne consideration of we
Secretary of State for tme Cotonres,
and ‘is expected to reach British
Guiana towards year-end, His
Excellency the Governor, Sir
Charles Woolley, K.C.M.G., told a
Press Conference at Government
House on Monday night.

Sir Charles returned to British

Guiana Sunday night atter a
three-month stay im the U.K
during which time he had talks
with the Secretary of State and

the Director of the Colonial
velopment Corporation.
Centidence

Sir Charles said comftidence in
British Guiana’s future ' develop—
ment was reflected somewhat im
the five-minute period within
which the Colony succeeded im
floating a $10,000,000 loan to en—-
hance the country’s development.
This is by no means sufficient to
meet our immediate needs, Sir
Charles said, and he had em-—
phasised this to the Secretary of
State to whom he made strong
representations. He was hopeful
and confident that apart from this

amount “we shall get further
assistance and we shall get other
investment capital.”

His Excellency also told of the
promises given by the C.D.C. with
respect to some loam proposals
concerning rice development. It
would take some time for a de-
cision to be given, but he hoped
ta receive some information within
the next two or three months
Rice was the number one priority
in the Colony’s development pro-
posals, and if the proposals made
to the C.D.C. receive sympathetic
consideration and prowe success—
ful, it would be of real assistance
to the colony’s small farmers.

Water Control

His Excellency also told of plams
to solve the difficulties. of the
Canals Polder district on the West
Bank, Demerara River This will
eall for a complete revised water
control scheme between the
Demerara and Essequibo Rivers
which would provide benefit over
an area of 60,000 acres. He hoped
that with such a water control
experiment, there would be greater
benefits not only to the rice in-
dustry but to the sugar industry
as well.

Greenheart Areas
In B.G. To Be
Surveyed

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, August 29,

De-



The Conservator of Forests has
Forestry

shortiy
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the

announced _ that the
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tween the upper reaches of
Berbice and Corentyne Rivers.

where it has been reported that
there are rich areas of greenhear*.
this
year carried out valuation surveys

The Department earlier
in the North, West District.

The main "question

is that of regeneration, or
improvement,

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PRICE

THE rise ir

give cause for

OF RICE

the cost o! living continues
of

increase in the price o €:seutial commodi-

tO anxiely because the

ties. The meeting of the Executive of the
Regional Economie Coramittee recently
held in this island considered the demand
of copra producers for an inereased price,
After investigation it was decided that the
price of copra fixed by agreement should
now be increased from £45 to £60 per ton
of the

f.o.b. from the beginning new

coritract year.

of this
seen from a communication pub-

The
will be
lished to-day from the Colonial Secretary
is that the price of edible oil, soap, lard,
and margarine, commodities of
which copra is the basic ingredient, v-:\l be
increased from to-day.

result ecommendation,

as

essential

In this case the increase in the price was
inevitable as the Trinidad producers were
stern in their demands and Barbados was
completely bound by the terms of the
agreement, and further obligated by the
fact that the manufacturing process is
carried out in this island. There was no
escape from the conditions of the Com-
mittee’s decision,

It has now transpired that at a recent
meeting between the British Rice Market-
ing Board and representatives of the
purchasing Colonies held in Trinidad
earlier this year prices were fixed which
would apply during a three year period,
but the Board was prepared to agree on the
prices provided that they applied to the
first year’s purchases only. The prices for
the other two years would be negotiated
annually.

_ The Governments of the purchasing
colonies agreed to submit the matter to
arbitration. For this purpose Hon. Sir
John Saint has been nominated as a mem-
ber of the Arbitration Board, one other
member will be nominated by the Board
and Dr. W. M. Clyde, Rice Adviser to the
Secretary of State will be Chairman.

With the background of experience in
the matter of negotiated prices and the
demands of the B.G. Rice Marketing Board
for increased prices it it not unlikely that
after the first year there will be a rise in
the price.

One of the reasons why the Barbados
Government pressed for the arbitration of
the matter was the serious effect which a
rise in the price of rice must have on the
cost of living. In Barbados where rice is
regarded as the staple diet of the majority
of the population the annual consumption
is roughly over one hundred thousand
bags. This will mean not only a vast
increase in overall expenditure but in the
weekly diet scale cost of the working
population.

It is to be noted thet the rice agreement
ends on 31 December 1951, while the Oils
and Fats Agreement ends on 31 August
1952, and in this breathing space of a few
months there might be some good fortune
which might save the rice buying colonies
from this combined increase in the prices
of oils and fats and of rice.

. There is every reason why something
should be done to cushion the effects of
these adverse conditions even while there
is time. What measures are to be taken is
not to be decided. In Trinidad the method
of subsidisation has been frowned
and it is not likely that Barbados
able to add to her present expenditure in

upor
will be

this direction. During the years of the
war the combined efforts of planters
peasants and .merchants saved us from

many of the inconveniencés experienced in
other places. It might well be that there
could be a revival of that spirit in good
time to off-set what is likely to be another
uncomfortable period in our already
unbalanced economy.

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. Then,

ADVOCATE. Stalin’s Faithful Flee=m2

How We

VIENNA.

The mutiny in the Polish Navy’s
hydrograph urvey ship H.G.11
goes back t very hot day in
the middle of last month.

Poland's Communist President
Bierut and two of the most
browned off members of the
H.G.11 crew, Jablonski nd
Piersonnek, ran into each other.
They met in the Pomeranian
seaside resort of Miedrzysdroje
which, as Misdroy, was once
Berlin’s Clacton.

Jablonski and Piersonnek had
been borrowed from the survey

ship to do an
mapping.

The assignment
no joy—

urgent job of land

filled them with
as they explained to me

when we were having a drink
together.
For under the Communist system

they got no extra pay for doing
the land job, but when they got

back to the ship they would
have to make up time lost on
land.

President Bierut,. on the other
hand, felt grand. He had

motored from his
side estate.

luxurious sea-

So Flowery

Jablonski and Piersonnek
sight of the President and his
party just as the President was
in the middle of some flowery
cliches about the best blessings
for the Socialist Welfare State.

Talks like a waterfall”, muttered
Jablonski.

Nothing very subversive or out
of the way about that, you say.
But it was enough for a solitary
individual in a grey green coat
who had crept up behind them.

He whipped out an identification

caught

tag, introducing him as an
officer of the “political suryeil-
lance service”. He asked the

two sailors to accompany him

He took them all the way back to
their ship. There he spent an
hour checking up on them with
the captain

Then he went off. But the harm
was done. The boat and the
sailors had got a black mark.
Soon there were other black
marks,

The men in the fo’e’sle—-the same

12 sailors
took the

who a few days later

H.G.11 to Sweden and
liberty—-were discovered by an
officer listening to an anti-
Communist broadcast from
Radio Europe.

A Warning

The officer did not punish them.

He just warned them not to a

it again—and merked it down

against them,

on the evening of July 31,
came the visit to the ship of
General Michalka, commander
of the Polish Artillery School.
He is one of the many Polish-
uniformed Russians command-
ing the Polish Army.

What the general had come for
was revealed at dawn next day.
The H.G,11, instead of setting
out on another survey cruise,
took a target ship in tow, and
dragged it slowly along the
coast from Kolberg to Swine-
munde. The general’s shore
batteries were in need of a
little firing practice.

“Four batteries fired”,
Piersonnek. “They fired 12
rounds each. We slowed down
to three knots while they fired.

said

‘The Ja panese ‘Treaty

LONDON,

The Japanese

the principal
speculation.

August 24.
Treaty remains
Subject of diplomatic
In innumerable Em-
bassies, and Chanceries, all over
the world, the professional diplo-
mats are marking little score cards
ond marking off their own guesses
ot which ccuntries will come to
San Francisc: and which will
sign the treaty

The latest information to reach
London is that Burma will not
attend the Conference; the latest
expectation is that India will
attend, but may not sign. Indo-
nesia may join Burma in protest-
ng by non-attendance. But
Ceylon, Pakistan, and the Viet
Nam States will both attend the
meeting and sign the treaty.

In Washington preparations are
being made for a longer confer-
ence than the scheduled four days.

In Pekin preparations are being
made for a propaganda campaign



which will :Jinounce that Japan
has re-opened its war with, China
by signing the Treaty.” The in-

volved Comm
that Russia

inist argument goes
and China agreed to

the Terms of Surrender, of Japan,
which provided for a disarmed
Japan, The present treaty, which
permits Japane rearmament, is,
they allege, a breach of the

surrender.

On the island of Formosa those
tollowers who are not
h

of Chiang’s
concerned wi
scandal of emt

a new great
lement are pro-
testing at the ity - that does
not provide them with a space
but the less significant.

Despite all these’ complications,
it is confidently expected that the




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get
could make

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STILL on the tra‘! of The
Got Out, I am finding
ose enough neariy
Front age

Men
that when ’
every escapte

news

Sefton Delmer

Who

telling today the story of the President
who started a mutiny 1
The two 150 mm. batteries
scured four hits. The 80 mm.

scored only one hit.”
Snooper Waits

When the H.G.11 returned to port
the crew found a plain-clothes
snooper from the political police
waiting. He askect a great many
questions.

Piersonnek, on the fo’c’sle, decided
that the man was determined to
pin something on them.

When they learned that the ship
had been ordered back to
Gdynia for the investigation to
be continued, they unanimously
decided that the time had come
to act.

Twenty-four hours later they had
captured the ship while it was
in the Baltic. They locked up
the captain, the political com-
missar, the radio operator and
two other officers and had
brought it safely to Ysiaad in
Sweden. There the 12 mutineers
went ashore as political refugees

I do not think that the prespect
of a political inquisition would
have led these young Poles to
rebellion and self-exile if they
had not, as they told me

1. Been thoroughly disillusioned

by the conditions of life in
the Polism Navy and in Soviet-
dominated Poland generally;

. Believed that the Russians

were planning a war. In this
sailors of the Polish Navy would
be forced to fight for their
country’s enemies and oppres-
sors.

All the Poles complained bitterly
to me about the food. “Appall-
ing”, they said. Their ration
consisted of 800 grammes of
bread a day each. There was
no butter or margarine or fat.

ws

Three grammes of Jam were
issued, and six grammes of
sugar.

Meat was only received in watery
potato soup, which formed the
staple diet. What there was of
meat was very thin.

Their pay was six zlotys a month,

enough for two packets of

cigarettes in the open market.
the two years most of them
had been in the navy many of
them had received no home

In

leave. Three who had leave
had only two days each.
They were allowed off on one

Sunday afternoon every month,
and permitted to go into the
nearest town—from two till ten.
Everything was done to dissuade
and prevent them from going to
Mass or any religious service.

“If you go to Mass”, said the
political commissar Bogumil to
one of the sailors, “you are an
enemy of the State and a social
reactionary.”

All of them were browned off with

the vast amount of political
instruction that they received.
Each evening there was a

political lesson and a_ political
discussion,

In the mornings there were hours
of political talks from Bogumil.
Not a day passed without its
special dose of ideology and
political poison.



By D. T. ROBERTS

Treaty will be signed by a large
majority of the almost fifty
nations that were at war with
Japan. The signature may be
delayed by Mr. Gromyko for some
days, and a number of countries
may dissent — of which the Arab
countries of the Near East are
expected to be the most numerous
but the less significent.

Danger In The Balkans

| wrote recently that various
developments in Europe pointed
to Governments — on beth sides
of the Iron Curtain — being
afraid of immediate war. In that
article I did not pin-point the
area of danger, Now reliable in=
formation seems to be available
from Berlin that the Soviet
strategists have developed a
theory of “limited war.” The
threat would seem to be an attack
by Bulgaria and Hungary-—
perhaps with Rumania, on the
Federal Republic of Jugoslavia.
The danger is that Moscow be-
lieves it can conduct a war in aid
cof forces inside Marshal ‘Tito’s
vountry, that could not be pinned
down to the Russians. ‘“Volun-
teers,”’ like the Chinese in Korea,
would advance into Marshal Tito’s
country. The U.S. and its allies
would be faced with a terrible
dilemma — to meet the threat of
Marshal Tito by declaring a
general war, or not.

Already there are ugly signs.
The press of Hungary is full of
tales of “provocations” by Marshal
Tite’s frontier forces.

How streng is the Marshal?





an Off
With A Ship...

By the two Poles who had ‘had enough’





|
|
|

All of them were afraid they were
never going to be released to
civilian life again.

‘Lucky

The three survey experts—all of |
them joined the mutineers—had
already been told that the)
would not be allowed to leave
the navy because they knew too
many secrets.

“And what goes for us,” said
Piersonnek, “goes for very
crew in the Polish Navy. They

would all mutiny if they could.
We were lucky. Our ship worked
alone without any escort vessel

The other ships always keep
together. That makes mutiny
and escape difficult.”

Even outside the navy life for th«
Polish working class seems t)
be no paradise. One of the
sailors said his uncle, a steel-
worker at Chozrzow, asked for
a Sunday off to attend his
daughter’s wedding.

He was told he would have to
work his shift. But he could
choose which one, the early, the
middle, or the late,

Uncle just took his day off. When
he returned to work he was
punished for absenteeism. As a
first offender he was fined 45
per cent. of his month's basic
salary. On a third offence he
was warned that he would go
to prison.

All the sailors, like the other
escapees I spoke to, talked of the
intensification of the psycho-
logical terror and the deporta-
tion of the bourgeois families, or
potential pro-Western elements
from the towns to eastern rural
provinces. There they are left
to die.

“Starvation and exposure are
being left to do slowly what the
Germans did quickly with gas.”
commented one of the sailors

A Warning

One word of warning: Do not let
this story of the 12 younsg
mutineers lead you into thinking
that the whole of Poland is
ready to rise at once.

It is bad enough for Stalin that
sections of his Communist
organised youth and industria)
workers are mutinous and rebel-
lious. Over the whole country,
however, the terror of the Com-
munists remains thorough and
effective,

When the H.G.11_ landed at
Ystaad there were 30 Poles on
board the ship.



“T think they would all have
gone ashore; even Ivanov, the
hydrographic expert, and

Bogumil, political commissar. I
could see them hesitate.” said
Piersonnek. “But then a
Swedish immigration official
came aboard. That and the
memory of the terror did the
trick.”

The Swede assembled the crew
and told them: “Anyone going
ashore as a deserter will do so at
his own risk.” There was no
guarantee that they would not
be sent back to Poland.

Four sailors who joined the
mutineers on the way over
recanted at once. They accepted
the captain’s word that no
action would be taken against
them if they returned. Only 12
came ashore out of 30.

—L.ES.

Estimates vary, but most experts
agree that he is stronger than the
nruch-purged armies of the Soviet
Satellites, The Soviet Union might
need to send some of its own
“volunteers” in order to make in-
vasion a success — and that, we
must hope, would be to run a
greater risk than the Kremlin
feels it can take. Marshal Tito’s
predicament shows that countries
that are not in the Atlantic Pact
must rely on themselves alone.

Eastern Diplomacy

There is something moving in
the desert. Sir Zafrullah Khan,
the Foreign Minister of Pakistan,
is to visit Damascus, the capital
of Syria. Pakistan is the most
influential country of the Moslem
world. Syria has been reckoned,
until the murder of King Abdullah
cf Jordan, as the weakest state in
the Near East. But it stands at
the key strategic point.

Simultaneously another of His |
‘taae he ane Ministers, in |

case orrison, bas been,
receiving Emir Feisal of Saudi
Arabia in London. An odd
feature of this visit is that viie of
the political advisers of King Ibn
Saud, (Emir Feisal’s father) is
Jamal Husseini. This Jamal Hus- |
seini is the brother of the sinister
Mufti of Jerusalem, (who lives in |
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men of the Husseini clan who are |
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It looks as if Britain is seeking |
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Freedom ‘the facts’ and have conclusively Show, the legality of the matter in Russia. This question brought

To the Editor, the Advocate. proved Persia to be in the wrong, side, that Britain hasn't a moral ‘the argument to what seemed to

SIR.— Some wecks ago Mr. ‘The voices and the view point es to stand upon? me a hurried conclusion
Morrison, in at article to Pravda have all been British. Am I to some days ago there was a brief This Persian oil dispute is only
en the advantages o° democracy believe that in all England there ion of the questions in the ne of several vital matters of the
claimed am« other things, ‘free- is no Persian, Czech, Arab, African programme “Serious Argu- past few years in which only the
dom of expression.’ This Pravda or West Indian, people who have One 1nember of the group Orthodox British point of view has
dismissed as ‘dubious rigmarole been the receiving end of ned that Persia ought to be been presented to listeners to the
Of course, EBiritifi newspapers and ritish foreign policy, capable of dealt with with a firm hand, and B.B.C
the B.B.C., in turn missed thi tting the case from a different when pushed to put this bold ver- “Freedom of expression,” says
comment contemptucusly. And ye iew point? Can mo one really be biage into plain language, he Mr, Morrison, “Dubious rigma-
one wonders whether, « refle pierce the curtain of admitted that he meant that force roie,” says Pravda. The plain man
tien, Pravda’s com: ese nd tértion which h < < f necessary. That is left to wonder whether the
to be so dist er propaganda ‘ he for his truth does not lie somewhere be-

Take the case of t r t I r a he we d tween these two state

ispute. For eek ee ent esse r N e way about the use Yours

ors, news analysts and f B f the oil concessions, SPEC T, ATOR
have told to millions of lster t f f bein n Persia, were 9.8.5

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NOBODY'S DIARY

SUNDAY—tThe few fishers of sea eggs who
have been prosecuted must be prolific
gatherers judging from
persons that

delicacy out of seasun.

If .he Act were amended so that those|

eating sea eggs in the close season were |
subject to a fine, then the coffers of the|
Treasury would overflow until such time)

as people began tu realize that eating sea}.

eggs in the close season is an expensive
pastime. And, as the divers do not keep sea
eggs as pets the incentive to dive them
would be removed and the sea eggs would
be left free to mature and multiply.

MONDAY--Again this morning numerous) 9
cars were held up for a considerable tune | ¥

at the junction of Fairfield Street and

Probyn Street while the stream of traffic! ¥
the Victoria Bridge passed along) ¥

from
Probyn Street. It seemed to me that a
roundabout at this intersection would be

a useful innovation, |
TUESDAY.---Judging ‘

the reproachful |

by
looks which visitors

Ts this sunny Barbados?” it would seem

that I’m held responsible for the rain.|%
To-day, however, two pleasant Canadian | ¢

visitors actually expressed pleasure with|
our beautiful climate; “It is cool here in
comparison with Montreal in the summer

where we get the temperature rising to|§

100 degrees Farenheit.”

adult mind is truly
fertile and versatile in thinking up excuses
for throwing a binge. The celebration of
a 1 year old’s birthday is the excuse to-day.
Ironically enough the guest of honour will
not be there as he has to retire to bed at
6 p.m., while the adults guzzle and knock
back numerous alcoholic beverages—life is
truly tough for infants!

THURSDAY— Believing the

implicitly in

proverb: “There’s never an ill wind but
blows somebody good”. I am thinking

seriously of becoming a cobbler seeing that

the shoe-making trade is bound to boost |

with all this “marching.”

Barbadians have “marched” against
South Africa, Vincentians “marched”
against Trinidad, and now I propose to
stage two marches to help to boost the
trade.

My first march will be in protest against
all wives who fail to darn the ventilation
in their husbands’ socks; and my second
march will be against cooks who persist in
spoiling expensive and difficult-to-acquire
foodstuffs.

I expect a monster turn-out and even the
members of the Police Force, with Colcnel
Michelin’s permission will be welcome.

I intend to approach the Bata Shoe
Company and see if they will subsidize the
“refreshments” at the end of the marches.

FRIDAY—-Once again this morning I met a
bread cart parked inside the studs on a
curve in the road while the cart pusher
was engaged in a prolonged conversation
with one of his “girl friends”. This hap-
pens so frequently that I’m beginning to
believe the rumour that the Barbados
Professional Bread Cart Pushers and the
Christ Churgh Bicycle Riders’ Association
have an agreement with some fraternity by
which they contract to do everything
possible to force the law-abiding motorists
to drive on the wrong side of the studs.



THE NAVY MEETS
BARBADOS RUM

The Travelogue Section of “The Devon-
shire Magazine, Spring Cruise 1951”, makes
reference to Barbados and its rum says the

Extract :

“Tn contrast to the rustic yet happy peace
of Carriacou we journeyed on to Barbados
where we found a most formidable pro-
gramme of entertainment awaiting us.
For nine days we swam, danced, were
taken on picnics round the island, and tried
to play all sorts of games, including some
that we had never attempted before. All
the Sports Clubs opened their doors to us;
at the Golf Club they would not even let
us pay green fees.
able to afford caddies, probably for the first |
and last time in our lives; however,
although most of them were only aged!
about ten, they were well versed in the
art of gamesmanship, particularly the one
who when u cectain Cadet was in the act
of striking a ball, cried out, “Rlimey,
Mickey Mouse himself.”

“As usual, one of the highlights of the
visit was the concert given by the Police |
Band under the direction of Captain

Raison; they gave us a most entertaining |

and versatile performance on the foe’s’le |
and were only allowed to depart when they

had played themselves to a standytill. The |
by the Navy}

dances so kindly laid on
League and Port Welfare Committee at the
Aquatic Club were very well attended and
much appreciated. An enormous quantity
of sugar found its way on board and many
of us met the demon rum for the first time
in its native land—with varying degrees
of remorse or exhilaration. It is reliably
reported that at least one Cadet found the
latter state quite unpredictable. Th

“Mauretania” and the “Niew Amsterdam”
put in at Bridgetown whilst we were there
and, although it was very pleasant having
such magnificent company in the anchor-



age, they lay embassassingly close to us
causing steam t made readily available
on the capstar

The Devonshire Magazine is published
on board of H.M.S. Devonshire which

visited Barbados recently.

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New System Will
Speed Up Business

A mechanised aecounting system for the recording of depos-
itors’ transactions is riow being instituted in the Govern-
ment Savings Bank, This system will considerably speed up
the despatch of depositors making transaction, thus provid-
ing greater convenience to depositors, said the Hon’ble Colo-

nial Secretary yesterday.
Help Boys
And Girls

To Get Clubs

COLONEL R. T
Commissioner of

MICHELIN
Police, last night



over Rediffusion Service
appealed to the public to help
the Police in their effori at get
ting more boys’ and girls’ clubs
in the island
He said: “Just over a
the first boys’ Club was
by His Excellency the
in Bay Street. It was
the old Bay Street Polic
The building was. small for
the number of boys enrolled a
members. However, it was the
start of Boys’ Clubs in Barbados
Today, there are ten Clubs in
operation throughout the Island;
eight boys’ and two girls’. The

membership of these is about 500.
We hope by the end of this year
to have at least one Club in
every parish in the island.





At all the Clubs, it is compul-
sory for the boys and girls to
take part in some trade or craft.
At the Boys’ Clubs, Carpentry,
Tailoring, Shoemaking, Gardening
and Painting are taught. The
girls are instructed in Sewing
and Knitting

Recreation
Cricket, football and boxing are
part of the recreatibnal activities.
Cinema shows and talks on sub-
jects of interest are given each
month. A subscription of 6 cents
a month is paid by all members

of our Clubs.

These Clubs provide a healthy
atmosphere for boys and airl
who through no fault of their

own have nowhere to spend their
leisure hours, There is somewhere
they can meet and spend a profit-
able and pleasant evening. They
help to remove children from the
street corners and rum_ shop
verandahs.

Environment plays a great part
in the life of the Y:



person.
These Clubs aim at providing a
good background which is so
very valuable in those impres-
sionable years. They make the
boy and girl feel that they are
part of an organisation and that
they have something of their
own. .
At present there is a Constable
of the Barbados, Police in, England

_Undergoing a Tourse in th® Man-
agement of Boys’ Clubs. When he



comes back he will train all the
leaders of our Clubs, so that the
organisation will be run on
proper and up to date methods
Subscriptions

All these Clubs are run purely
on voluntary ubscriptions. We
do not receive any financial
assistance from Government.
With the increase in the number
of Clubs, our expenses go up.
Rents for Club buildings, light-
ing, wages to teachers of trades
and crafts, purchase of equip-
ment, furniture, etc. all have to

be paid for
We make our annual appeal to
the public for funds. This appeal











takes the form of a Raffle. The
tickets are $1.00 and the prizes
are: —

ist Prize—An Austin A40 Car

and.-£"5; A Frigidaire

3rd 1, A Radiogram

4th oo A Si Sewing

M e

5th =r A Raleigh Bicycle

These are all valuable prizes
which can be won for $1.00 at
the same time you will be bring-
ing happiness and usefulness into
the lives of nbers of young-
sters. Please do not be content
with buying one ticket—remem-
ber the cause, and buy as many
as you can afford. If you cannot
afford a_ dollar join th your
friends to buy a ticket. We want

everyone to assist us In loc
after these boys and girls.



ean be obtained from al! 1em-
bers of the Force
On Display
The Austin Car will be on

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Under i. system, deposits and
withdrawals can be handled at
any window, and it will no longer
be necessary for depositors mak-
ing withdrawals to go to a clerk
to have the pass books balance
verified and the entry recorded
before going to the cashier. Ail
entries will be made in the pass
book by the Machine, and the
Pank will be completed
nultaneously with the entry in

pass book, ,

Any Window
A depositor wishing to make a
deposit or withdrawal goes to the
cashier at any window and hands
in his deposit and deposit slip or

records

he

withdrawal slip as the case may
be, with his pags book. The
cashier then locates the ledger-

card and places the pass book and
the ledger-card in the machine
which records the transaction in
the pass book, ledger and journal
sheet simultaneously. The pass
book is then returned to the de-
positor and the trangaction is
complete. With each such trans-
action the machine prints the
amount of the deposit or with-
crawal in the appropriate column
and automatically computes and
prints the balance. The date and
the cashier’s initial also print
automatically.

At the close of business
machine automatically
totals of each of the



the
provides
various types

of transactions recorded during
the day’s work.
It is expected that depositors

will welcome this new system as
it will considerably reduce the
amount of time required to make

deposits and withdrawals at the
Savings Bank. But it should be
realized that during the transi-
tional period, additional work is

involved and until this period is
passed, the full benefit of the
ystem will not be appreciated

7 Wills Admitted
To Probate

The following wills were
mitted to probate:—

Clarrie Leona
Michael, Mufcy
Christ Church, Angelina Taylor,
St. Michael, Jeseph William
Cossey, St. Philip, Edith Florence
Roselle Heath, Christ Church,
Isaac Sobers (or) Hubert Sobers,
St. Andrew, and. William Alfred
Small, St. Andrew.

IN the Court of Ordinary
yesterday The Honourable the
Chief Juage, Sir Allan Collymore,



ad-

Holder, St.
Emeline Lucas,

granted the petition of Henry
Luther Ward of King’s Village,
St Michael, for Letters of

Administration to the estate of his
wife Angelina A. Ward, deceased

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed
by Mr. D. L. Sargean. appeared
for H. L. Ward

The petition of Claudius Connelj
of St, Michael was also granted.
His was for Letters of Administra-
tion to the estate of his wife
Edmira B. Albertha Connell, late
of Summerville Land, Eagle Hall
Road

Mr, R. E. Malone instructed by
M®*ssrs. Yearwood & Boyce
re presented C, Connell.
display each day from the 1st of
September at the Bus Stop in
Trafalgar Square from 10 a.m. to
12.30



p.m. The other prizes can
be seen at Messrs. K. R. Hunte,
Singer Sewing Machine Co., and
Cave Shepherd.

We are very grateful to the
Singer Sewing Machine Co. for
dona.ing a machine. We are also
grateful to Mr. Stanley Jones
who is running this Raffle for
the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs. He is doing a great job.
We are also indebted to Barba-
dos Rediffusion for allowing us



to broadcast this appeal over this
Service.

I ask you to give your full sup-
port to this cause. The more clubs
we have, the more we can help
to give numbers of the men and
women of tomorrow a good start
in life.”

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S17. PETER’S NEWS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







Couple Married
20 Yrs Ago-Today

Church Celebration

Mr. and Mrs. Bynoe cf Orange Hill, St. Peter, will celebrate

the golden anniversary of their wedding at the St

Parish Church this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.

It will be the first time in the
history of St. Peter’s Church that
such a ceremony will be conduct-

ed. Rev. C. C. Conliffe will per-
form the ceremony which will be
choral Mr Donald Johnson,
Organist of the church. will pre-

side at the organ.
Mr. Bynoe was formerly man-

ager of Mt. Pleasant, St. John.
One of his sons is now manager
of Orange Hill Plantation while

another is manager of Welchtown
Plantation.

EMPLOYEES of the Public
Works Department are progress-
ing rapidly in their work at

Speightstown in converting the
three-storied building ‘Arlington’
into a health centre for St. Peter's
Parish, <°

The “Advocate” was informed
yesterday that it will be possible
for the centre to be occupied by
January 1 next year.

The renovated building will
have 20 rooms excluding those
allotted for toilets and baths. A
new structure is being added to
the building. It will be divided
into two rooms.

Parishioners of St. Peter think
it a plausible idea of putting a
health centre in Speightstown.
One of them said that it would
be better if they could have got
a site set in from the street, but
he thought the building splendid

ANOTHER Rover Scout Troop
has sprung up in Speightstown. It
is attached, to the 3rd Barbados
Sea Scouts under Scout Master
Victor Matthews

The forming of the new Rover
troop is a step to making the 3rd:
3arbados Sea Scouts a complete
group. The Rover Troop is now
about 10 members strong.

THE RAINFALL records for the
month of August kept at District
“EB” Police Station, St. Peter,
show that over 10 inches of rain
fell. The best fall for a day was
3.22 inches on Monday.

Throughout the parish, the
crops are green and thriving to
the satisfaction of the planters
Canes, yams, corn and other
vegetables are showing the results
of the regular soaking they have
been getting all through the
month.

In some of the gountry districts,
the eanes seem well advanced
Most of the young canes have
got a good shoot.

PUBLIC shows sponsored by
the 3ritish Council will be



resumed at the Assembly Room,
Speightstown, as from September
3.

The Assembly Singers, who
have not been engaged since they

















Peter's
Speightstown Boys’ School ye
weeks ago, are now planning thei:
Christmas programme
ALTHOUGH the fiying fish
season is ended, some flying fis!
boats occasionally return to the
Speightstown fish market wit
small catches. However, most of
the fishing boats of Speightstow:
have been hauled on the

beaches.
The ow

the

boats dur

opportunity

up

ners of fishing boats take
to repair their
ing the hurricane seaso

The boats are repaired while they
are on the beaches
Residents of Speightstown nov

rely on small boat owners

ply their
coast
moored

ing pots
Most of t

beach and

one poun
Jacks @

town and they go a long way

moses
off
to sea while their crews are h

to suy
All along the west
can be seen daily
some distance

fish

at out
aul-
some laden with fish
heir catches are sold ex

18 cents are asked fc

d of the fish

are plentiful in Speights-
in



solving the fish question

Price Of Copra

IT WAS disclosed by the Acting
Financial Secretary yesterday that
at a meeting of th- Oils and Fats
Conference held recently the
claims of the copra producing
Islands for an increase in the
price of copra were considered
and an export price of £60 per
ton F.O.B, for the year beginning
Ist September, 1951, was agreed
on

This new price represents an
increase of 334% on the 1950
price and it will therefore re
necessary to increase the prices of
Edible Oil and other copra pro-
ducts, namely Soap, Lard and
Margarine from the Ist Septem-
ber, 1951.

The present’ Oils and Fats
Agreement expire: on the 3lst
August, 1952. At the recent Con-
ference held in Barbados it was /]|
recommended that a Working j]}

Committe

Up From To-day



»e should be appointed to

consider and make recommenda-
tions on the terms of a new Agree-
ment based on the policy f
maintaining the preduction if
coconuts and the processing indus-
tries based thereon as an integral
part of the economy of the British

Caribbean Colonies

The
be repre
Committe
tary.

Hon.

Jarbados Government will

sented on the Working

e by the Financial Secre-

K. R. Hunte and M

H. F. Alkins have been appointed

helped the Speightstown Boys’

Club at their concert at the Adviser

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER

1, 1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.



Marriage er Engagement
ents in Cartb Calling the
$3.00 for any number of words
and 6 cents per word for each



harge is

up to 50
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 213 for Death
Notices oniy after 4 D.im.

a



CLARKE—On August 3ist, 1961, at ae
residence, “Glencoe”,
Michael,
funeral leaves the above residence
g 9.30 a.m. today for the Westbury
eme' .
Glee Clarke, Clarence Clarke and
Elsie Clarke. 1.9,.61—16



FOR SALE

— charge week 72 cents and
Si SuMdays 4 words — over 24
alae cents a\





CAR—1942 “Austin” 8 in good order
Ring Harrison 417. 1.9,51—In

CAR—Moerrts 6. 1947 Model in good
31.8.51—3n-
“Velox”



CAR—One Vauxhall 1950—51



model. Excellent condition Low mile-

MeCLEAN—Edward Algernon St. Elmo | age. Dial—4616 Courtesy Garage.

at his residence “Bert's Ville’ Pros- 3,8.51—an
ceo ChE Me meet |

ber o1 ineral leaves CAR: One Vauxhall 18 done only
his late residence at 4 p.m. for St. | 10,000 miles, like new. . 8. B.
Stephen's Church and thence. to the| Kinch or 456Â¥ Cyril Stoute.

Westbury Cemetary 29.8.51—Tn

Egbert Me Clean and Family.

1.9, 51—1n.

PAYNE— On August Mist, = at her
residence Rowen Village St. Michacl
Lilian Payne. Age 72 years. Her funeral





leaves the above fesidence at 8.30
o'clock this morning for St. Barnabas
Church

No Cards. Friends are invited

Benjamin Payne (Son), Edna, Fredericka
Grant, Ottis Odessa Payne (Daughters)







IN MEMORIAM





PASH—In cherished remembrance of my
Darling Grand Mother, Helen Dash
who passed to eternal rest on Septem-
ber Ist 1935 RDP.

1.9.51

Oiga Duesbury . In
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HOLLINGSWORTH—In Loving memory

of our beloved father Joseph Hoi- |
lingsworth who fell asleep August !
29th, 1950

It doesn't need a special day

To bring
The days we do not think
Are very hard to find

For what purpose Lord I cannot see
But all is well that’s done by Thee

1
of you











Ever to be remembered by Winifred
Joseph, C@riton (Sons), Clarissa, Mary.
Annie, Gwendolyn, Mrs, A Benthorn ;
(Daughter) Ianthe Greaves, (niece) anc
five grandchildren.

1.9.51—In
MILLAR—In loving memory of my
dearly beloved mother, Meta Millar

who fell asleep on 15th September 1950

Smiling and happy, alwa’s content
Loved and respected wherever she
went
Fver to be remembered by Efleen Grimes,
(daughter), Odessa (Sister), Conrad
(Brother), Mrs, Welma Yarde (Niece),
Denis Goddard (Nephew) 1.9.51—I1n



WILTSHIRE—In loving memory of ou
dear mother Delmina Wiltshire who
parted this life on September, 1949.

“Gone but not forgotten.’

Hugh Mortimer Wiltshire (Husand),

Arthur, Ethelbert, Preston, Cleveland,

Oscar, Hillary (Sons), Iris, Enid, Octa-

via, Wilhelmina, Hyacinthia (daught-

ers) and Grands and Great Grands
1.9.51—1In

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

JAMAICA GOVERNMENT
RAILWAY

Application for Post of Draughts-
man-Surveyor





Applications are invited from
qualified persons not over the age
of 45 years, for the pensionable
post of Draughtsman-Surveyor in
the Combined Engineering
Branches (Civil & Mechanical) of
the Jamaica Government Railway.

2. Applicants should be able to
design and prepare specifications
for buildings and other Engineer-
ing Works, supervise the actual
construction of minor Engineer-
ing Works, and carry out levelling
and surveying, and should be
qualified and experienced in Me-
chanical Drawing and machine
design and be able to prepare me-
chanical specifications.

3. The salary is in the scale
£795 a year rising by increments
of £25 to £920 a year, The maxi-
mum salary may be offered to a
suitable candidate.

The appointment will be subject
to the passing of the prescribed
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will be on probation
for a period of three years.

4. Applications in writing,
stating qualifications and experi-
ence, should be addressed to the
General Manager, Jamaica Gov-
ernment Railway, and will be re-
ceived up to the 15th of Septem-
ber, 1951.

(Sgd.) E. HAMILTON,
Acting General Manager.
18.8.51,—2n.













ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
Antiques, Ivory, Silks }
Ete., Ete., Ete. |

THANTS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St, :: Dial 3466





: DoT TTOT STOTT TOS T OT ITO

* Attention!

EDUCATION DEPT.
PRINCIPALS OF COL
LEGES/SCHOOLS

ALL' MANAGERS

Female Graduated Venezuelan
School Teacher (Normalista—four
years’ Teachers’ Training College)
seek employment to teach Spanish
in colleges and schools and/or
translating/interpreting for com-
mercial firms, Write to “Grace”
c/o Advocate or Dial 2759

28.8.51—6n.

Far-seeing

FURNISHERS

are Starting NOW for
Christmas i

Christmas-prized Vanities, Stools,
Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Chests-of-
Drawers, Cradles, Beds, Couches,
Marble Top & other Washstands

China,
Cabinets,

Kitchen and Bedroom
Tables for Dining
Kitchen, Padio Cocktail and
Decoration, Tea Trolleys.

Morris Furniture, Morris Spring
and ringlike Cushions, Tub
Suites and separate pieces, Rush
upright arm and rocking chairs
for grown-up. and childres $1 up

Banjoes at $18, Electric Pick-up,
Bakelite Arms and Heads $8, Sew-
ing Machines, hand and treadles;
Chain and regular stitch and
boot-making—BUY NOW

L.S. WILSON
| SPRY ST.

DIAL 4069



you to our minds | ae

| Mixer

| 2305





CAR: One Dodge Car 1937 model in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 « apply: B’dos.
Agencies, Ltd. o 25.8.51 t.f.n.

MOTOR BYKE — The Aeriel four
Square Motor Byke. No reasonable offer
refuse. Apply. C. Spencer, Gills Road
‘oc Ring—5177 3545 30.8. 51—3n.
—

The following curs in excellent con-
dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan — Fluid
drive (absolutely A-1.) 3,000.00, Vauxhall
Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman
1,700.00, 1946-47 Hiliman 1,050.00, Ford
Prefect 730.00. Cole & Co., Lid. Bay &
Probyn Streets 30.8.51—fn. |
-——12 hp Saloon—in meal
cordition Courtesy Garage Dial—4616

'00.6.51—6n

ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7
U.S.A. manifactute, New
Garage Dial 4616.











|
e.ft.—
Courtesy
28.8.51—6n.
Westinghouse Food
be used to prepare nearly
for further information, Dial
1.9.51—Iin

FURNITURE

CRADLE—One large baby cradle, ‘prac-



ELECTRICAL:
Can
every meal,











tically new. Phone-—-3632 1.9.51—2n.
LIVESTOCK
SPANIEL PUPPIES—-For sale $20

mosking order, tyres vers good. Dial—_| toilets and baths,



| PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents pet agate tine
| Qnd. 12 cents per agate line
minimum charge $4.50 on
Gnd $1.80 on Sundays.

REAL ESTATE

At 2 reasonable price 1 Newly
| shed comprising 68 new *
Galvanised Sheets

om week-days
on Sundays,
week-days



built



Eave ieee

posts et w.

Clarke, Ivy Ledge, Ivy Road. 7
1.9.51—2n

Roc recently co

having three bedrooms with connecting
Moo Large outside Bal-|
Quarters & Laundry. , “—

For further
ticulars apply Ratph A. Beard, Lowe | Fld
Bay Street. Tel. 4683. 1.9, 51—3n.

LLL Ott, |
1 House 2 x 12 x 9 in Bush a. |
1 House 16 x 9 x &. Shed a6 es
few) on Thomas Land, Clapham i
House 20 x 11 x 8 Shed 20 x & (un-
furnished). 1 Spot of Land 2,2% sp
feet at Advent Road, Bank Hall 1

attached. 1 Proper’

View, which contains 204, perches of)
land Price reasonable. The Ebony |
Realty & asoeaen Ageney, Marhi.i
Street 1.9.51—2n
Tie aredchen ee ndacsaih acter a ee
The undersigned will offer for Sale at

ty

in Worthing



FOR RENT

Mtnimum
6 cents
words 3
word on Sundays;

Su®days 24 words — over 24





HOUSES
BEDROOM--One Comfortable Bedroom
With tWin Beds and running water, Witt
aq i family im Hastings Meals avail-
able. For particulars Phone—-20M

30.8.51—3r |

CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approvec
tenont. Furnished House, Upper Bay St
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All

nogerhn conveniences. Appay on premises

3.8.51—t.f.n













FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly
built with Spacious cupboards. Phone
2230 25.7.51—t.f.n

FLAT—at St Mary's Vicarage. Apply
at Vicarage Fontabelle Phone—3706
31.8.51—$n







YRISDALE, Barbartes, St
aujoining Barbarees House







Michael
Moderr







ne =. Bungalow bedrooms and
usual ecffices. Garage and servants
“ atid ail services including gas

n
Property in Tweedside Road, with Shop | Aiso orchard approximately half an acre





public competition at their Office, No
17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday.
the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30 |
p.m

THE COTTAGE GMT SHOP, standing
on 5,083 square feet of land, adjoining |
the Barbados Aquatic Club, together |
with the Goodwill and Assets of the
business, now carried on under the
above name

INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays, between the hours of |
4 and 6 p.m on application on the
premises.

For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to :—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
31 8.51—13n.

i

The undersigned will offer for sale at
hublic competition at their offiee, No.
17, High Street, Bridgetown. on Friday,
the 7th. day of September, 1951, at 2
rem.
The
“AL



dwellinghouse known as

VILLE,” with the land
whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure-
ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts,
and the out-buildings thereto, situate
on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,
adjoining Hotel Royal.

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 12 noon and 5
p.m,

For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to:—



Manning Summervale, Eagle Hall Road.
Phone—3304. 1.9.51—t.{.n.



MECHANICAL

TT
BICYCLES—Hercules for Ladies and

Gents—with and without three-speed
and light. Very attractive prices—Cour-
tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—Sn,

SU UU renee

MACHINE: One hand Sewing Machine \
pert mechanical condition.
3632.





MACHINES: Two (2)
Machine at Errol Millington,

Schmidts
Gate, Garrison,

1.9.51—2n

—_——
“OLYMPIA” Portable Type Writers—
Two (2) of these World Renowned
machines now in stock. For further par-
ticulars Dial—3198. A. G. St.HILL.

29.8.51—2r .
—<—
MISCELLANEOUS
CARPET— Large Carpet
items. Chetwood, Cheapside. 1.9.51—In.
—
COFFEE—O.K. Coffee; Fresh shipment

of this favourite packaged coffee may now
be had from your grocer 31,8.51—2n,

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

ee nnnnetientiiseeiieetn
GENTS BATH TRUNKS: Woollen ever-
lasting Quality, Maroon Colour $3.12 ea.
Don't forget to Buy for your next Sea-

bath at Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street.
1.9.51—1n





GALVANIZED SHEETS: —7ft. 24 gauge
$5.44 each. Limited number only at
Ralph Beard’s Show Room, Lower Bay
Street, 1,9.51—2n

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth



hes, lex- 232 pr. Shoes, 151 Tins Baby's Food, 64
See, eee aunts aa comb | Hand Bags, 24 Sets Doll's Furniture, 9
Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder | S#8t Iron Pipes 12 sunt ne, een
Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow! Gouda Cheese, 2 cases Indian Perfume

Brushes, and many others.
H, P, CHEBSMAN & CO. LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors, Dial 3382.
25.8.51—Tn

SUIT—(1) Gents’ Navy Serge Suit and
other items, Chetwood, Cheapside
1.9.51—1n.

TYRES—4 Second Hand Heavy Duty
600 x 16 Firestone Tyres. Apply: J. B
King, St. Thomas. 1.9.51—1In.









TYRES: (3) Motor Car Tyres and Inn Car Tyres and Inner
Tubes. Dunlop 550—16. ‘almost new).
Dial—244 Bank Hall. 1.9.51—2n



We have in stock “No 7 Fever Mix-
ture” recommended for Colds and
Influenza or La Grippe Price 2/- bot
Knight's Ltd. 1,9.51—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES

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









NOTICE

The Drawing which was to have taken



7 :H.P, Austin Car and One (1) er | Registrar of Trade Marks.
Sports Cycle is now drawn and won! 90 8. 51—0n
by Ticket No. 158 (First Prize) and; a
Ticket No. No. 444 (2nd Prize).
‘som! TAKE NOTICE
NOTICE TEX-SHRUNK

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

(b) 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 26th day of August,

CARRINGTON & SEALY

1951

Solicitors for the Commissioners of;



Highways for the Parish of
St. George 30.8 bare
NOTICE
The Estate of

EDITH PARRIS —deceased

persons having any debt or claim against

ulars of their claims duly attested .o the

before the ist day of December 1951

distribute
among the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard only

be Hable for the assets or any part there-
debt or eclairn I shall not have had no*ice
without delay
Dated this Ist day of September 195)
GEORGE B. EVELYN,

Will of Edith Parris,—Deceased

1.9.51—3n



‘8 THE TURTLE SHOP

MARINE HOTEL

DIFFERENT THINGS
1.9.51—I1n

Singer Treadle of

and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable |

and other) Want to buy, sell, or build,

place at the Polar Bear Bar of one (1) ]

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

the Estate of EDITH PARRIS who died | wil) be received by the undersigned not
in this IslangSon the 17th day of June) jater than Monday, 10th September,
1951 are h ¥ required to send partic-! )954

undersigned George Birt Evelyn, in care | Parochial Treasurer,
of Messrs. Cottle Catford & Co., No. 17 St. Philip.
High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or 1,9, 51—2n

after which date I shall proceed to——
the assets of the deceased

to such claims as I shall
then have had notice of, and I will not

of so distributed to any person of whose

And all persons indebted to the said estate
are requested to settle their indebtedness

The Sole qualified Executor of the

|
A
|

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.38.51—-E.D







The undersigned will offer for Sale at
public competition at their Office, No.
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 14th day of September, 1951 at 2
p.m.:—

The two-storied Dwellinghouse known
as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon
the same stands and thereto belonging,
containing by admeasurement 6,422
square feet or thereabouts, situate at
10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736,
For further particulars and conditions
Sale, apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
26.8.51.—N.E.D

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

One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell.
Also building sites with 70 ft frontage







price per sq. ft, Contact B. A. Brooks,
at Dunoon Rockley or Phone 8162 be-
tween 9—11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m. if you!

28.8.51—6n.





AUCTION

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

% have been instructed by the Water-
works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-
idge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-
ember at 2 p.m. One Ford Truck.
Terms Cash. D'ARCY A SCOTT.
Auctioneer, 31.86.51—4n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

BY recommendations of Lioyd Agents
we will sell on TUESDAY the 4th Sep-
tember at our Mart, High Street, 160
Valises, 199 Drums One-O-One; 2 Sew-
ing Machines, 2 Car Tyres, 9 Wash
Basins, 13 Cases Fruit Essences, and also





and Cosmetic
Sale 12.30 o'clock TERMS CASH

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
1,9.51—2n



TAKE NOTICE

PYREX

That CORNING GLASS WORKS, a
corporation of the State of New York,
United States of America, Manufacturers,
whose trade or business address is
Walnut Street, Corning City, New York,



State, U.S.A., has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part
“A™ of Register in respect of glass

products of all kinds, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 30th day of August 1951, unless
fome 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,
H, WILLIAMS,

1951.





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 appiied 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
goth 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

at NOTICE
Tenders for the conveyance of Paup-
ers:
(a) From any part of
the Aimshouse.
{b) From the Almshouse
eral Hospital.





the Parish to

to the Gen-

P. Ss. W. SCOTT,



















BARBADOS ADVOCATE



charge week 72 cents 7)

ents a word week—4 cents a),

CHANCERY SAL E





indermentioned property will be set up t the Registration Office
Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 oor and 2 em p the &
te specified and if not u sold it will be set up on each succeeding
t the same place and during the same hours until sold. Full particulars on

application to me



Plaintiff JAMES ARTHUR TUDOR

Defendant: MERTON CLEMENT HURDLE
PROPERTY: ALA. THAT certain piece or parce! of land situate at Welchmar

Halli in the parish of Saint Thomas and Island foresaid containing by
simeasurement Three Roods sevegteen Perches or thereabouts fof which ares
Foy erches are in the Public Road hereinsiter mentioned) abutting and bound:r
or ds formeriy of McDonald Chandler but now of doe Cave on lands of thi

lands row or late of one Mayers on lands of

Highland Plantation and on the Public Road or however else the same muy abut
and bound T ther with the messuage or dweliing house and all and singular
other the buildings and erections thereon
UPSET PRICE: £1900. 0 0
Date of Sale: l4th September,

estate of William Small, deceased. on

195)

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chance: y
31.8.51—3n

—_—$——$$ $$$ $$$















wv? appointment to view, phone Mrs
ellamy, 8365 22.8. 51-~t.f.7
ROOSEVELT — Maxwell Coast Road
ully furnished. Good Seabathing. Avail
ble Ist. October, Phone 30 That R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, a corporation organized and
1.9.51—t.f.n 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
WANTED 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 td register the same after one month from
EI the 30th day of August 1951, unless some } on shall in the meantime give notice
H P in duplicate to me at m/ office of opposition of such registration The trade mark
K_W a Sa Mater a —— |can be seen on application at my ome
COOK Jante in St Peter, exper a this 24th day of August 1951 - "
fences coox for email family, ‘midaie-| - ***4 H. WILLIAMS,
aged, must live in, Apply Box-—D.E.F Registrar of Trade Marks,
31 8.51—3n $0 ¢.51—an
GIRLS 2 Skilful Shirt Makers must
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9.51—In
a
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Mans,§er 31.8.51--t.f.n : : . : : he
aacat oa a The following programme of Evening Classes* will open at the
Ss M Youn Energetic es~ . thei ; " - a
oe on Commission basis, |Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday 17th September, to
Good eee ern Apply _ } Friday, 30th November, 1951.
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herd Street Fs sian | Monday—4.30—6.00 P.M. Tasty Dishes and Table laying.



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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 Am. tea, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of
tobacco of all kinds and for ail 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.
Datec this 24th day of August,
H WILLIAMS,
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1951

20.8. 51-8n

TAKE NOTICE
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That FOTHERGILL & HARVEY
LIMITED, a British Company, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business
address is Harvester House, 37 Peter
Street, Manchester 2, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
méerk in Part “A” of Register in
respect of drills being piece goods
wholly or mainly of cotton, and will
be entitled to register the same after

cne month from the 30th day of August

1951, unless some person sball 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, 195!
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Macks
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crafts. 13/- for each course in Cake and Pastry Making, Cake Icing,
Tasty Dishes and Table Laying, Caribbean Cookery and Butlering.
2/- will be refunded at the end of the term to all students who
attend 75% of the classes

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Compensation For ®8ritish Interests In French Nationalised
Gas And Electricity Undertakings
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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Treland and the Gov-

| ernment of the French Republic relating to the terms of compensau

for British interests in French nationalised gas and electricity under-
takings,

British nationals who are the present owners of such interests and
who wish to claim compensation under the Agreement may obtain
further information about the provisions of the Agreement and
the procedure for the submission of claims thereunder, on application
at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

The French Government have agreed to an amendment of the
Agreement to provide for an extension of the time-limit for the sub-
mission of declarations of acceptance, until the 11th September, 1951.

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VACANT POST
Relief Marine Officer, Trinidad Government Service,

Port Services Department

Applications are invited for the post of Relief Marine Officer,
Trinidad Government Marine Service, Port Services Department.

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

The salary of the post is in the seale $2,400—120—$2.880 per
annum but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the scale
at a point commensurate with his previous experience and qualifica-
tions. A commuted overtime allowance of $25 per mensem is payable
on salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable on
salary in excess of $2,400 per annum. shore quarters are not provided
but in the case of officers recruited from overseas an allowance equal
to the difference between 10% of salary and rent paid is payable to an
officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an allowance equal to the
difference between 10% of the salary and 5% of the annual value
of furniture supplied in Government furnished quarters is payable to
an officer who rents furnished quarters. Allowances in both cases
are subject to a maximum of $50 per month for a married officer
whose family resides with him or $30 per month in the case of an
officer whose family is not residing with him and $20 per month for
an unmarried officer,

Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all, Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of the officer,
free passages on leave for the officer, his wife and children subject to
a maximum of three adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two
years in the first instance, subject to his passing a medical examina-
tion, and will be required to contribute to the Provident Fund.

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not

later than the 7th of September, 1951. 18.8.51—3n

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1 (From Our Own Correspondent) Barbados deft B.C Tommy Nelson, U.S. boxer If you suffer sharp stabbing
" LONDON. August 31 their Table Tennis tourna: eaten in one round by Arthur 00 ressure pains, if joints are swollen, it
f] i » AURUSE 91 Y.M.P.C , J : 7 7 f 1S your is poisoned
; Eve nh Weekes. Bacuy’s brilliant. West Indian Test bat M.P.C, on.Thursday nig tr oward at Wempbley, stopped If you have pains around the heart, (a) feouk in ae eianey uetion.
ee acu] iar 5 dian i1e@st Dats- Jarge crowd that attende iw L/Cpl. E. Ludlam’ in the third palpitation, dizziness, headaches at - Other symptoms of Kidney
4 man, may be playing for another club next year. Cespite Norman Gill, 1951 champio 56 und at Manchester ton and Lack of head and above eyes, Disorders are Bockoche, Ach-
th a cae heaehsd ten testi . : ? } - ere CS eee cic as heck a emma shortness of breath, feel nervy, or suf- | ing Joints and Limbs, Sciatica,
the fact that his contract still has 12 months to run two matches to Geor L eR Se: ‘ fer from poor sleep, loss of memory Neuritis, bu : Conan
‘ is t pos le outcome of ———————————— Monty Moore The U.S. amateurs repeated and ene indigestion, worry and up mages, = ‘ncMing
‘ rift between the play Louis Stoute, 1951 rr their 6—4 Wembley vict - fear, yo rouble is probably caused | susness, Circles under raing,
: na the b. wt tan play ¢ cig d “y ope } melt i Be il ¢ ireenid ns 5 lam deputised fo r noened.” ae i Dam Pisce Fryecare. ae 5 Sesnaaty bese of Energy end, Appante and Fre.
A the club, which has result- secon ria ae © Rie Se Be iW am deputised fo - | mysterious disease that causes more | went ; Cette, Cia. Cocinese |
ed in Weeke eing suspended. Gay in the finals won all three of U.S. did not take the lead until) deaths than neer, because the | nedicines can't help much — you musi
pi in Bacup’s team tomor- G T . , their gan the ninth bout. in which Peter] symptoms are so common and usually | ft Ne the Feet pee ally compounded
ee Se ae ame o-morr ow ree a tie ed mistaken for some simple ailment. If i Sone nad asa on aes sick kidneys
row wil taken by the Austra- tesults were as follow sates was outpointe you suffer from any of these symp- | {\a°bladder and remove acids and poisons from
lian all rounder, Vic Jackson of THE second pra " N omits Gil mn AAs At + toms, your life may be endangered by- t system safely, quickly and surely, yet con-
Teen daion ba fit ; a Yorman_ Gill beat Michas (British boxers first).—biywetent: A.| fyeart Trouble or a paralytic stroke, | ‘eins no harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex
4 é 1 opens tomorro Y Us 1 ‘ Brancker (B.G.) 21 17, 2116 Jones beat W. Peacock, points; bantam: | and you should start treatment at works in 3 ways to end your troubles
eeke 5 today stated that he continues on Thursday h a Campbell Greenidge beat Monty 7: Nicholls beat E. Dejesus, points; | once. The very first dose of Noxco | |. Starts killing the germs which are attacking
did net know why he had been Sunday Yth of Sepre rat Ken- Moore (B.G.) 15—-21, 21—17, tention: _b- Lewis lost to L. Waters, | Gormerly. known 9s Hynox), a new your Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System
suspended, but intimated the sington Oval, co:nm« iy t 1.230 9 . points; licht: F. Reardon beat J. MeGui medical discovery, reduces High Blood in two hours, yet is absolutely harmless to
ha : 1 L ima’ ed hat he sington Val,» Cx enc aL 1.0 21-—16 gan, points; lightweight: D. Tarrier lost Pressure and makes you feel years human tissue
vould like to leave Bacup if the P.m, each day. Louis Stoute beat George Lopes to J. Hackney, points; welter: J. Ma younger in a few days. Get Noxco | 2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison-
chance arose ‘Tne seam; are BG.) 22—24 21—15. 2117 loney lost to R. Gwinn, points; Mght-} from your chemist today. It is guar- ee which your system hes be~
aa ee eae Alleyne. (Cap C. Brad- ° ¢ hell Gree » oli middle: B, Wells beat R. Sandy, points; } anteed to make you feel well and :
: He will not leave League eric ke : Alera ss 0 Mer re : campbe il eer ee Mi- middle: E. Ludlam Jost to T.' Nelson,| strong or money back on return of |* Sirengihens, sh einrigertat diaese-atteak
oO ver, and wa yulte decided v, & ¢ - Grant, ©, #2! 4 m chae srancker <2 Li, @ oa; stopped 3rd; P. Bates lost to J. Bouti- empty package. the delicate filter organism, and stimu-
that he would not cualify for any ‘iolder; Rh. Hutchinson; N. Lucas; Normar Gill lost to George lier, points: A. Worrall lost to N, Lee, . foto the aniite a .
English county side : Cc. B. Lawless; Marchall, G. Lopes 19—21, 19—21; points ’ DPraived by Dectors, Chemists, ond |
; Proverbs; A. M. Taylor; and.G Louis Stoute beat Monty Moore —————— rs ee ciate aa cae =... One-time Sufferers St
cup came down to Wood 23—-21, 22-20 ; Opsten % suprased Ne Dees womerers trom the
La on speci to see ‘Weekes W. Farmer (Captain); A Campbell Greenidge beat George ; \ y ~ troubles shown above. Mr FS C. wriees ot oe
today to find out his point of view, Atkins; E. Atkinson, K 30wen; Lopes 21-12, 21—14 70 years old aad have suffered w' errible |
. . : " bs ti Hy gettin at
but as Weekes w not in full K. 3 une iW Cusnnite: . Louis Stoute 4 beat. Biche! | J peeeheameeskanee 35 Cyaten fer much better
| pe ssion of the facts their meet- E. L. G, Hoad, King; fF rancker 21—17, 21—17 and Nor-| * than I have been for years.” Mr. “The
- . , . oy th i-
) i did not get them anywhere, King; H Db ome W. man Gill lost to Monty Moore | wonders ear, Oi aaa cin bos hee
t Jeckes tr alle. sack Smith; and K. Walcott. 17—-21. 21—18, 21—-10 would stil! be worth double.” -
Week ravelled back > Put You Right
te hire with his West Indian . | Guorenteed to ‘ou
colicagues, Ramadhin and Wer- . ; , Or or Money Back ‘
je " | \\ Get Cystex from your chemist
| : iy , . os today. Give it a thorough test.
H uspensior ill make nter u ennis ¢ l ° bh ¢ l tv Cystex Is guaranteed to make
f ° . ‘ ~- r, ronger,
differ ce his fortheomine vu I e l a l l 3 eee severy, WAY, in 24
of Australia with the West Indie ° hours and to be completely
1 & well in 1 week or your money
* back if you return the empty
eo package. Act now! bie
I ourney ropose y an
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TU "i 2 shied upe P the name on the (4 subsidiary company of — a
E TURIN, Aug. 29 Ee ; ; me Med upon. Look for the name 0: n iuipontdl Ciheontoa! “Batustrias 150.) CRYPTOQUOTE NO.
The T Football Club de- The Barbados Amateur Lawn Tennis Association proposes| Slider pull ;
clined to confirm or deny the re- to hold an Inter-Club Tournament between the clubs be , GEDDES GRANT LTD Pet PbO DRY VEYDU RGD
port that the Argentine crack cen- : + 4s ; Agents. ne one
Sh nie longing to the Association, during October, NRSYE. VPRQUPFW.
tre forward Jose Florio will play re The member clubs seven in Last Crypt; What shadows we |
in the forthcoming Italian tourna- Tm git? ; Khe Deviant cs ihe es are, what shadows we pursue !
: number—are being notified of this —_— a as —BURKE.
ment. Reports from South America ai ti land the ‘susemen ot tim L.F.74
said that Florio had been pur- DrOE ¥ ; : a a Senet SS ere arnetiesnonremrs Fp ee ee is | J. A. CORBIN & 3ONS.
hased by Torino for some $70,000 venture depends on the co-opera- nl : ;
orean a Taencaets tion of these clubs "OS ET ETE
This is the highest figure eve1 T! lut Ht seed :
: > a yi > > » CO-
paid for an Argentine player Be) ORO Wy) ae eee a seal
Local football officials are doubt- operate by lending two (2) or
. a roe preferably three (3) courts on cer-
ful about the figure .
eRe ! . ‘ain afternoons, and provide balls ERNIE’S
Ever since the air crush in 1949 and ball boys. Any bar takings, |
hic’ . - . he circular goes on would be to
in which their entire team was e circu f
wiped out, Torino heave been in a the advantage of the club. It i | Democracy Club
very tough financial situation, Ia proposed to use the courts at Belle- |
the past tournaments, the club’s ville, Strathclyde, Sum hayes ERNIE wishes it to be known to |
anave mabile ranlace anc Cable & Wireless The his friends that he lays any horse
ain i ays meee : , a ire ayo m ite hes ‘to be 6} iyed are, 3 double in any race at Pari-Mutuels odds |
rough new purchases all of the ae we ne . . for the Arima ting
players lost, had to include in ihe and 1 single, which means that} . " eT |
teiim several elements of the junior seven (7) members from each “ion Sg you ot aroleee yr the |
nT Seatn * « net « - ay est eve » leave Hollar ome |
squad, Torino managed, however, ¢ Au » Ww ili pave a chance to play. a ees ae aes. en s ee rs |
to avoid falling to the lower fhe doubles to be the best of 15; Then you will never ask for any |
league division. Lately the club games, or whoever wins 8 games; other 1.0.51—1n
} been known to be negotiating fir and each pair will have a ’
with the Brazilian player Yessu chiace to play one another in “4
Amalfi, but no announcement has rotation. The Singles to be the
been made so far as to the result best of 3 sets. \
of these negotiations.—U.P. if you are willing to participate All roads lead to— ;
fhis proposed Tournament, SUGAR HILL CORNER CLUB}
——_— — ‘ . tomorrow night
would you please nominate, a Messrs, CARL DEANE & HUBERT
Captain, and not more than 9 SMALL, invite one and all to their
+ players. Your reply must reach NCE
TEST MATCH us by the 15th September, as the| si AL L -
- Tournament is due to start the first | TOMORROW — Gept. 8, 198)
AVERAGES MISS KAY TUCKER—one of Brit- week in October SUGAR HELL CORNER CLUB
ain’s leading Lady tennis singles The B.A.L.T.A. will be ip haku ADMISSION Sey
ENGLAND—BATTING players. charge of the Tournament which Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ Ork
1 ied is being held under its auspices. Refreshmetas on Sale
Not Highest | I Buses leave Palmetto Square at
Mmns.out.Rns $1008. Avr , i ‘ ises leave Ps Sque
P. May 3 71 138 1 57.00 | Tennis Centre 8 p.m, Sharp
’ - raila » g »Y
i Hutton 9 2 378 100 1 54.00 | WHAT S ON TODAY At the same meeting of the Teensportatee -sieuee after
D. Compton 6 312 112 1 52.00 Cc \. it xe i hat’t? he Dance
R r 1 195 137 1 25 Dalien : ‘ ouncl was proposed tha 1e
7 De 4 Police Courts—10.00 am, Court at Enmore, Collymore. Rack SSS
W. Watsor 40 «79 | Second day's play of the SETA: Gal ited Set At TA —__ —__ -__________-—
¥. -owson " ‘ a Fourth Series of First Di- sneur eG . Used a8 sfhahe & +f LESSSSSSSSSSS POPP OPOFE,
a ( 49 51 vision and Intermediate centre, under the jurisdiction of x q
: ’ 1 46 27 Cricket games and the First the Association. With the ap- % THE ANNUAL DANCE %
3 Wardle ; ae san Day of the Sixth Series of proval of all concerned, an agree-t % ,
; ardle
| F. Brown 7 Second Division at the va- ment will be drawn up and th | % will be given by ’
Also batted D. Brenna rious grounds: — courts put in order, ¥ : al x
Evans 5, 0, 0, 2: T, Gravene Wanihe x Mr. IVAN FORDE x
Hilton 9: D. Shackleton 14, 5 ‘ Wanderers vs. Combermere at =n , ni ve aa $ (Better known as PETER? %
ham Jd, 1; R ttersall Asap See Bay; Spartan vs Empire at 1e member clubs ot the ¥ bs BS wi aoe x
ot ou amate na ae oe ig ind : : % St. CATHERINE'S SOCIAL CLUB Y
eae nbs. Park; Carlton vs. YÂ¥.M.P.C. Association are Belleville, Sum- a x HALL, Wilthires, St. Philip &
BOWLING at Carlton; Lodge vs, Pick- merhayes, Cable and _ Wirele,s §§ (Kindly lent by the agement) %
Balls per | wick at Lodge; and College Strathclyde, Premier, Melwei and x ; Ae OES i oi
Ralls wkt Runs Wkts Aver vs. Police at College. Y.M.C.A % MONDAY Night ard Sept. 1951 »
eee ee oD igs | Intermediate: Pickwick vs. R Otto oe eee Be 5 x
B. Statham -; 238 72 784 10.90 | WANG errno eak Hall; | Dunlopillo mattress? Be Refreshments on Sale
R. Tattersa!l. 1568 75 430 212099 | vs. Spartan at Bank Hall; » r . ' % Picate fnvide wharedrianie x
i Warde ‘sto 1i3 in “5 S40 | Regintient vs. cabte & wire | 50) Years A Jesuit % yo Tete &
F. Brown G06. 9" £2085 158-68 less at Garrison and Wind- Wh ; , x %
nica 41s es 88S ward vs. Mental Hospital at tPeiti Gus CH Catevapondalth y not ask to see a Dunlopillo latex foam mattress at S$ $$5665O04955 99655555508
WV or 429 143 $ 3 64.3 +13, +14 . i ° , AY taal <% ‘ : . . SS
Also bowled: D. Compton 0—45: {T Congo Road. GEORGETOWN, August is your local dealers TO-DAY. Feel it, sit on it, lie on it POCO OOOO COPECO OOOU.
Briley, 0—160, + amateur Second Division: Y.M.P.C. vs. at ee ree (Sanat: and you'll find it’s the most comfortable mattress you’ve x V * : gy
SOUTH APRICA— BATTING coves = wt eosin’ uh Titular I Sishop of’ Malio tea nae ever known. Dunlopillo latex foam! is naturally resilient BS ariety Concert & Dane %
oundation vs. A . r MANO a al y¥tremely able— Not Highest Foundation; Leeward vs. Apostolic of British Guiana and - extremely durable — it cannot sag in the middle or e x
1008. A Lodge at Foster's; Central | Barbados, will celebrate thet lose shape. It is dust-free, germ-resisting and completely % in aid of the New Haven %
2 : vs. Wanderers at Vaucluse; | Golden Jubilee of his entrane>| odourless, There are no springs or stuffing to come % Day Nursery x
Pp and Combermere vs. Pick- | into the Society of Jesus on Friday, through the cover or wear it out. : &% Sargeant’s Village, Christ ¥%
R ean f wick at Combermere. September 7. Rev. Fr. Rober’| Dunlopillo latex foam c “a : ‘. Church x
G, Fullerton } iso) G 4.83 CINEMAS; Adamson, S.J., B.Sc., of St. Stanis ana ae a pret ys ene 7 also ideal for arrachairs ~ and under the Patronage of
J, Cheetham ‘ 9 243% GLOBE: “The Great Caruso” 5 | laus College will also celebrate hi “ s es, as well as for bus, cinema and theatre seats. % Mr. Fred Goddard, M.C.P.,
Eg Biv ucabce ters go SB oe | Golden Jubilee the same day. wing to its porosity it is particularly suitable for hot x and Mrs. Goddard x
J. Waite 8 1 182 16 21.71 AQUATIC: "So Dear To My climates. at the
/ Rowe g 1054 13.12 Heart’ 5 pom j - pa - ~ ° s x
D. Sete elo ee 8 12.50 EMPIRE; ‘Father's Little Divi 3 => a ss DRILL HALL, Garrison %
3 Chubb 9 3 63 15*— 10.50 dend 14 & 820 pm < ‘ on x
N, Mann 7 9814 8 14 OLYMPIC; “Yellow Sky" & | YESTERDAY'S x Friday, 7th September, 1951 &
C. McCarth e868 5 4.33 ‘Manhattan Melodrama” : iL . te . n, ~
Tn Tr te ROYAL: “Ponle tn doe Streets” & | WEATHER REPORT : % Ciaireb taints musi *
17 t . “Panie in the Streets ° ° . . 5 -_- @
: “Por Me and My Gal | From Codrington The original Latex Foam Mattress & cales, sketches, songs and in- %
BOWLING 4.30 & 8 15 p.m : . mi ® str ‘ . g ele
Ball: per ROXY: “The Underworld Story Rainfall: .51 inches ENQUIRE TODAY AT x eb ones ae ee x
Balls wkt Runs Wkts Aver i 4.20 & 8.15 pm Total Rainfall for month to % tists including Messrs. raul 4
M. Melle 78 18 7 4 «4.25 PLAZA (Bridgetown): “In Lullaby : 9.2 “ PPE PPPP PPS FOP FOSS 555960000" | Wilkins, Cedric Phillips, ¢$
M. Melle M7 date: 9.27 inch . : K\o& ; 7 4
N. Mann 932 93 264 10 of Bresdway 145 & 8 80 Highest Tomperature: 5.0 °F x kemember. ae ~ x Gerald Bannister, Clyde x
reader va Oe . PLAZA (Olstins): “Unknown | | Lowest Temperature: 73.0 °F [| THE FORTRESS CLUB x x Gollop and Misses Betty %
© McCarthy 1002 41310 Guest" & “Trailing Danger’ | Wind Velocity: 4 m.p.h. % %{ Carrington and Nell Hall. §
Cian. . 9 30 a.m | Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.925 & ANNU Al DANCE $18 Members of the Police Band &
Ryneveld il4 ii4 we 1 83.0) GAIETY: “Mish Sierra’ 8.50 pom, (3 p.m.) 29.887 aS : 4 x x and others will be contribut- %
bowled; P. Mansell 0-11; A | x Under the Patronage of % s ing. x
0—9: FE. Rowan 6—7 , is Mr. E. D, Mottley, M.C.P. » x By kind permission of the x
x . X' & Commissioner of Police the
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Repitered U. 5. Parent Often ie Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ Orc MIS be playing a
i% i é y Mr evie Gittens’ Orchestra v >>
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3ATUBDA1 -I ITFMUr.R 1. 1951 BAIIBMMW ADVOCATE FACE FIVE Accounting Machine At Savings Bank New System Will Speed Up Business (Mil VhIM, I \MI A meet for the recording of deposited in tin* < ; Bank. Thi* naiderably q %  • %  rderv. ,-. Under Wb %  yelaaD, depeatte and %  l can be bi BOy window, und it will no longr*be necessary for depu-r ing withdrawal* to go to a cleric I : lOllU ID the cashier. Ail I %  %  Help Boys And Girls To Get Clubs cou i -. I %  J (" 1"' '" \n\ HindnH lO II1..K. withdraw*] I %  nd ;. rul hand by Hu Excellency the ^ „ book ^ i than I .. % %  c.rd and places the pa-. i MI the machine v Street. It | tha old B*3 The build r the number of boj TKIKIDAD SCOUTS preparing to leave, camp, whore tiiey had camped for the paat week t to the local S" l %  %  %  start of B ,' f"", 00 ?' leda an .l Today, ln sheet .imuJtaiteoualy. Th, ma] paae St. PETER'S \/•;> %  lYiiiidutl Semite Leave iving and %  hid Poin %  %  i i %  %  %  i qua I U i Mr. and Mrs. Bynoe cf Orange Hill, Si Peler, .vilU-< the Kolden anmv. • St Pi '' I -iiish Church this afternoon at 4.30 oclot tIt will be the Ural inn. In thi Spatghttfown Church tha: %  • ieets or interest are liven ear* will i onslden.bly reduce the such .1 ceremony will til eon pn^iamni. : dm. remdfed to make ad R-v C C ConUflr.jelU.Der I H a ^ ionth odtt and withdrawals ;.i th form the ceremon> Todav. there ure ln Club !" !" -^ w .-.,^- %  %  the deeight be %  * : 'nd the transaction is 9 1 .ich transWe hop* t.;. id.rod of nhli %  %  m ac h i n e p. to ben ai laaat one ciub -' ""* dei***!, everj p tfrewel In the appropriate column At all the Clul %  %  the 1 %  %  %  date and take pat: '• '.'• %  .. :i s initial also print At the i %  %  % %  !'> Bb \: the CHM "f bustnosa the ntu eh m %  frit %  %  .! %  of aeefa of and Knitting of % %  %  aoorded during Recreation the day's work. part of tl 1expected that depositors Cinomn '" l ;<-leome this new Couple Married 50 Yrs Ago-Todav Church Celebration of out < %  These ChlbJ pTOVl %  who through no fault of their own have nowhere to spend their %  they can meet MI able ami %  |ng> They help to r from the %  tract cornera and rum shoo verandahEnvironment plays .1 %  1 in the Ufa A These Clubs gin gym) background which is so very valuable in thoei •donahle yean, They make the bog uid alrl foe) the) I part of an organisation and that (hey bai of their own Buft, Hut 11 ihould irh '" which win be Donald Johnson, boatl ended 1 ouionaU) n turn lo the 7 Wills Admitted To Probate .: wills milled lo probate:— Lean, Holder, SI. Michael. Mufcy Kinelme UKU, Chrisl Church. Angelina Taylo SI Michael. Jceph William Cossey. SI. Philip. Edith Florence -, rUaWUt H.-.illi. Christ Church. | ia vc ? li/ed th:.t during Ihe transiOrganist of the .lunch will ||. llonal period, additional work is aid* at the organ. M Involved and until this in>rir-i is mr "> n , BS ,0, l mc I l >' , n ', 1 "' "ir llshing boata it Spciahl IIK run u-n.-m of air if "'."' %  p i"""">t. St. Job wlU not b. appreciated , n '"' '"' '"„'• 'J "" "'•"'aLh IP.nage, "f Vl' '• *>** I MI'I.IIVI I %  I ililic H" 3 during the hurnrv Works S %  """ %  '" %  '"'' %  ing rapidly In their work at are on th. Spelghtftown in converting the It.-.;.:' of Si.. three-storifd l.uil.ling 'Arlington' rely "II %  into a In 1 s: Pet.is ply thali AID. All alor. I Tariah. e <„,.*l tnosea can be aeen dally. Th,. -AtfTOcat*" ..... informed mo ored .ill : nice mil %  l '"' II "' ; '"' I '" 1 Il %  tor the centre to be occupied by ,„, poll ,„„„. ... ., % %  %  . %  do wnh %  1 1 In TrinV n. I hold %  %  Students l\>r I n*xLnnl I fui Barbeah* ITiey ar< I : %  %  J Ooodtn Qoodin %  %  Sctci 1 %  he ...I%  warded 1 • |l wi ia1 Innle %  %  8c. %  ksgO a A o • Will l I .. i rdvi %  \ ,: Ho ei %  %  warded ih

t !"" % %  0 oil 1 %  %  %  arvtee lo ttn I,.I> in Orenada whan i tot two raai beton %  l.ui 1.1 two weeks agu 1 mourn theh loss .1 MARTINI r.nd the bet lind Martini M,.i.,,, A U... no (IUI>) *-*'*'-'**--,-,'*'* V*V*V/W// ,*.•, .V-,-,v,v** Ihetr in iiiy Tiiru.i i PoUca I" SolK roonu me pound of the Aah. plentiful ) Hubert Sobers allotted (or toilets and bolh* A %  .! ,,i St Andrew, 1 v. "Jam Alfred new turucturo is being added to underoilna Pooree In Ifra ManSnwll. Si. Andrew. -,„ huililin^ If will lie divided <"" '••"' they go m long agemi'KfB Clu %  %  he IN thC0UH <'f Ordinary into two rooms, corner back he will trail lerdgj The Honourable the Parlihlonei think 0 that the Chief Jucige, Sir Allan Colly more. H a plausible Idea of put' lion will 1Mrun the petition of Henry health centre in Spatial proper Ward of Kings' Village, one of then, %  aid thai would SnhscriptiniiN All the iat* on volunl ' do not %  W W. Reeea,ILC.anatruet< .wiaiim aaiuttance fr< %  : %  %  n„ appeared > % % %  iprung up h With tl %  9 of Clubi %  %  0 up. The petition of ClaudJut Connall s '-' Bcouu undei Bcoui M.I-'. Rani t %  %  of 81 Michael was also granted. Vu,,,r Matthewg. chums of il %  i mg. %  .. Hi for Letiara of AdmlruatraTha foraihui pf the iww Bow Itian and cral of equiption lo the eatata of his wife ['<*>? %  ***> * makmu the ,t men-. I ,n have to bhnln CooneU. late Barbedog8aa Scouta a complaU and an nport price or. £60 per tor -He Land. Eagle Hall ro "l>We eal to [toad aoom the pul I Mr, 1: K Italone Inatnictad by TUti BJUNPALL iteord I Mssrs. Yearwood & 11 ,.j. .',.„„„, ,,f Au t -.. %  II with 1 %  bad the v 1 1 • .,11 hut with .1 t'UC sc %  'When here M0-1 %  1 th. other att* had lo the w. \ .1. u turaj Dape r lm an i CLEANSE THE m.ooit t \n STI UIJI.A TE THE S ) STEM 11 //// B.M. 807 BLOOD PURIFIER III....,I I l.riI'lM.i.l. >.• skin UH ....I tllok. 1. rtiaaftlaa atlanaliwai (he 1 1 nd i Unri.ii. .11 lit il> hate ->*tem to a O/l SALE 13 Price Of Copru rr 11 fn 1 Up rrom To-day 900 Penr. Sold Lot Week HL'NDH plck-d tt ,MlvK.tr .. .Pom I .. k 11. that KEATINGS [KILLS ml4in. > ,v.l *Or M •D.T. \Zrvl 1> The Rover Troop 1 now ton F.O.B. for 1 About 10 1; • %  Ural, Tin tickets %  11.00 and the prlv Ul I'I A40 Cai preseiite.1 C, (OIUH-11 %  i. day from tha 1st of at the Bus Stop in Trafalg-ir Square from 10 a.m. to %  a to pji R R Hunte. Singer Sewing Machine Cot, and ;>herd. We al very BTatafUl to the -o 2nd A rrigidaire 3rd A Radiogram 4th A 5th A %  art all valuable p which can be won I s „,„,%  Mni hll: , the same time % guuln-t a machll W • 1 ing happii uinning thi, R i with buj 1 ,. %  ,... % %  %  %  %  TI looking r.m be ol %  %  bers of the r' (In DUplay 1 %  !' %  %  and 11 win ihei %  ml orer i" In hi toll Tha beat fail rot ;i 003 was Kdibie 'ni and other eopi V' 1 i) Soap, 1 %  Throughout the parish thMaritarui.froi the 1st crops are green and thriving lo i>cr. IBM. %  rfacUon of the planters, *;. Canea. vams. *.-orn and other Agrcemciit expire] on the 31st vegetal.!. M II of the regular soaking been getting all through %  D Lar|, Tcie A.. • rill be on j„ l,fe. I islon '", .,:: j over U hi Service. fiii nipport to this cauaa. The n 1 U %  store % % %  can help %  men and ,f %  ... %  %  HOME-DRESSMAKERS ARE THRILLED WITH versatile, -lasting beauty month. In B0BM Of tha i,.'"''' ,er Bnd %  Most of the young cam s 1 men, bated on tl ilntalnlnfl tl* production m. Canl.l* n t The Aaantbta Sir. have n..' : II F. Alkins have been appointd |...|...| Club S:„i.:l.l-I.. t'-.. A'lvi.. (^ne40 KNIGHTS DRUG STORES I I Ifc %  B %  %  N I I •ill si I rriri'il I %  FRESH SHIPMENT OF l'llll\\ lillltIS %  ALSO %  %  riiii'H 11 1 in its a a II. JilSOU Jllll<> M (ill.. 1,1(1. Di.tributor.. %  M aj aj %  aa %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Furnishing Fabrics by LIBERTY A 1 1 %  • %  1 %  %  1 %  f tha 1. 1 lei Th" n.u:,i 1 .1.1 %  you'll • *—0 Hrel*jl& CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET FABRICS Wmi yovr hwtw-*ifil to ba %  tVaM e-oiha. th look Iik* 1 irlllion r 0 -. r.i eaatara %  <*•* profasilcnil ptrfcciion to tvtry thinj jow m* Diy-dreim. blouie*. tvnin| gown and (Nklrao'l -tar all *nU M ih* en'/of your frlandi 3* • &f •' *• .• %  < % **> .e*^ % i*** iCt* 5 ' .->' ' /ITII//./I/ "v Fnvomritm CRAWFORD'S DELICIOUS SWEET BISCUITS Mi, t .n. 1 !•!• In A Hide varlcl> of lemptint av.ortiT.enU — rarh Bitcall r*perilv baked thrreb* e-rurlnc Ovenfrrnhneaa rlfht up In Bafl lime II r, ,. 1., eu iteaK FOR: CRAWFORD'S SWEET BISCUITS %  • "BEST BY TASTE'' IMPROVE ON YOUR FAVOURITE SPORT We have just opened books on • CRICKET FOOTBALL SWIMMING BOXING \IYU4 All STATIONERY STORE The Most Modern in Barbados


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Communists Say Allies Killed Red Police

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Round The Cloci:
Offensive Started

TOKYO, August 31.

FORMAL Communist protest charged that on

Saturday about ten South Korean troops
attacked three Red military policemen in the Kae.

song neutral zone on Thursday,

wounding the third.

killing two and

Peking Radio broadcast a

protest by General Nam Il, the chief Communist

truce negotiator, to Rear-Admiral Turner Joy, |

head of the United Nations armistice team. Nam

said that on the same day, but ina separate incident,

other Allied troops fired guns in the area of Pan-

munjom inside the neutral zon

Nam said that still other Senth
Koreans, armed with machine
guns. helved their countrymen to!
escape after the Killing of the!
military policemen,

Nam I! said : “I protest vigor-
ously, and demand the most severe
punishment for those responsible
for the incidents, and also demand
the assurance that such incidents
will not occur again”. ‘The new
protest was dated August 31 only
a few hours after Nam had lodged
a formal protest alleging that
a B 26 bomber had violated the
neutrality of Kaesong, by flying
over the armistice city and dron-
ping a parachute flare near the
conference site.

An Eighth Arty spokesmah to-
day announced the opening of a
round the clock artillery and air
attack on the Korean East front
as the Communists made fresh
accusations that the United Na-
tions were trying to wreck the
ceasefire talks by violating the
neutral area.

In mounting a series of accusa-
tions of American “treachery” in
Korea, Peking radio today said
that the Americans were “writing
off these peace talks, and trying
to force the Koreans and Chinese
to assume the responsibility.” The
broadeas; linked the Kaesong
truce talks with the forthcoming
Japanese Peace Treaty Conference
in San Francisco. The United
States had deliberately acted to
ruin the truce negotiations “to
force the Japanese people to build
up their fighting strength,” Peking
Radio said. America was deter-
mined to “wreck the talks before
the San Francisco Conference.”

The broadeast served to bolster
the belief, long held here in usual-
ly well informed circles that the
San Francisco C ce had
always figured in Cciimunist

= a Se eee

Truman Not
Likely To

By CAROLL KENWORTHY
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.

The possibility of President

Truman visiting Europe has come!
up recently during casual White

House chats, but the President
still apparently feels he cannot
plan such a trip now. Some visit-
ors from Kurope have urged him
to go there. In addition, a group
of officials nere would like to see
him go as a propaganda move to
dramatize the United States peace
effort.

There are indications that Tru-
man has been influenced by the
enthusiasm which his daughter
Margaret showed after her recent

visit there, and has probably been |

encouraged by her to enjoy such
an experience. Every time the
idea arises Truman says that he
would like to go, but can make no




promises cr plans now, officials
said. He hi been just as non-
committal ever to those who

recently urged him to go, they re-
ported.
A Good Reason

Truman could easily find a g00d
reason for a visit to Europe ob-
servers said. One would be repay-
ing the official trips which the
French President Vincent Aurioi
and the British Prime Minister
Clement Attlee have made here,






Visit Europe &

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBE?



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coUN SIM? a VLA,
Chief Scout of Japan, has arrived

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Red

Not Be Invited
To Talks
NEW DELHI, Aug. 31.

Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru told Parliament that Com-
munist China would not be invited
to the forthcoming conference of
Asiatic countries to be held after
the Japanese Peace Conference in
San Francisco.

He said that only India, Burma
and Indonesia would be invited,
because they had kept in close and
constant touch with each other,

Replying to the Parliamentary
criticism of India’s refusal to at-
tend the Japanese Treaty Con-
ference, Nehru declined to reveal
the subject of the discussions by
jBritain, the United States and
India during the preparation of
‘the Treaty. Instead, he referred
critics to the recently publishe?
Government White Paper whic!
includes India’s objection$ to +*







Boy Scout Training Centre at Gilwell Park, Essex.

JAPAN'S CHIEF S€OUT IN) LONDON

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in London for a week's ind
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octrinati

China Will) France Fears

THE TALKS of
Truman’s personal env
about the eventua! Gera
defence, were reer ived wi!
Press today.

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ve rited States.

Disciosing “this
te.aci. Affaits Departaner:
Wished the ‘ext of the csioriatic



Kaesong Confer-|_ Auriol was here jast April. |TTe@ty- note handed tbS Stats pepart- |
sear lee Cominuniat move to in- There has been repeated apectita-. ' on teeny ne ( “imerieyy tngeCia pinta
itiate the ceasefire talks camejtion that Truman would repay |02¢ not communicated to Ind 'olwoshinston “earlier thi. wel
after the plans for the Japanese | that visit sooner or later. ” jviews before Rocepting “ithe nWe said that the revent nel
Treaty signing had been announc- Cther reasons for going migh: |fTence invitation, | Ww den? BT OU. boouncéiment mf. the Uvites Zaz "a
ed by the United. States State also be to see the Burdvenn Re. ay critic of Tndia’s ster avned py partons we A 5 a
Department. covery under the Marshall Pian ithe Prime Minister why, \ ean) £Bnport i io i

Today’s Peking radio broadcast) which technically ends next June |Semment had vos me MNES 1: Maer et ie aet cs. Gael
quoted as further evidence of the‘ 2. : |objections to .he Far : Lame: Soke wma, 18 or |
“American determination to wreck) Some of those who wont the }Commission, Nehru replied inci jeoncern te the Cenad ty
the talks”, the assignment to the President to g0, contend he ; |had_ no reason or occasion (0), ,, nt, ‘ne restt etio i a> ae
United States’ delegation to the! make the trip in 10 dav; - (challenge the decisions made by 1, i ae ea Note at
conference of Brigadier General spending three cach in Paris ane |the sreat powers at Yalta and |; pra ieular, « a sie Sei aii
William Nuckols, who has acted! London and thus be awuy frem his | Potsdam.” —UP. Ja, by: to Canc ze es a ine na
as chief spokesman for the United |desk here in a coniparatively short | United Su fas? ee eT
Nations truce delegation. Nuckols, | iime. I Calling attestion to the “mer

the radio claimed, would “tell the:

Americ gn story to their own,
satellites to persuade them that
they must accept the American

plan to re-arm the Japanese be-
reause it was the American inten-
tion to continue and expand the
war here”.

The broadcast followed close on |
the heels of the Communist;
charges that there were fresh)
Allied violations of Kaesong’s
neutrality. It quoted the Com-
munist newspaper reporters
saying that South Korean troops
armed with machine guns ad-
vanced to within three miles of
Kaesong before being halted by
“Police guards”.

General Nam Il, Chief Com-
munist delegate to the Kaesong
Armistice Talks lodged a strong
protest over the Peking Radio
tonight concerning the “continu-
ous intrusions into the neutral
zone by United Nations’ military
aircraft.”

General Nam Il demanded that
the “eulprits’ be severely punish-
ed and soight “full assurance
against any repetition of the inci-
dent in violation of the neutrality
zone agreement on your side.”” On
yesterday’s alleged incideut. the
Radio said that. when the Com-

— U.P.

F.B.I. Nab Severn
Suspected
In The Dope Ring

NEW YORK, August 31.



Seven men were jailed on the
Suspicion of conducting a coast
to coast narcotics ring that
grossed $1,000,000 yeariy.

Police said that narcotic ped-

dlers from Los Angeles, Detroit,
Chicago, and Boston had flown
into New York to make purchases
from the seven men. ,
The suspects were arrested last
night by ten detectives who shad
trailed them by posing as porters.
Detective Katryn Barry, of the
Narcotics Squad, who made the
arrest, said that he had enough
infermation to arrest the group a
veck ago, but delayed
until all of them could be seized
simultanecously.,
— UP.





TO-DAY’S WEATHER













Stamp Out Illicit
Sale Of Narcotics

Senate Crime Committee

WASHINGTON, August 31,

The Senate Crime Committee
called ‘for action at all social levels
to combat “revolting” narcotics
,traffic which offers organized
crime the most profitable opening
“in the final report on its 16
months investigation of the United
States underworld, The Committee
termed the illicit sale of narcotics
“an evil of major proportions,’



and said that law enforcement
#roups, legislators, educators and
parents must join in the fight to
stamp it out. —U.P.



A Train Apiece !

NEW YORK, August 31.
Sydney H. Bingham, who leads

rection New York City’s train system be-|the village of Ponyu in one of thi

lieves that the solution to this
Metropolitan area’s jammed sub-
ways and bus lines is an individual,
plastic, bullet-shaped push-button-
operated vehicle speeding under-
ground threugh a maze of
pneumatic tubes.









ane ee Wtoena aden } CHART Forecasting the transportation of
ited Nations arm . the future in a speech, Bingham
ot Inited Nations ¢ ad ser | . -
et cae hak anaentad Sy t Sunrise: 5.50 a.m. suggested that the personal vehicle
the Kaesong neutral zone protect- Sunset: 6.05 p.m. would be stationed in the base-
aes tral zor rotec 2 i bag f :
ed the South Koreans with Pian "an. Moon. ment of the residence with arterial
machine guns and withdrew to- High Tide- 5 ‘ ao Si Fi connections to master tubes
wards the southeast along the | pm. eaten eee Motive power would be supplied
railways. “It was not until 230]]) 7 "mide. 10.05 : 5 by “compressed air of great
pee, Saat FOUL eer beret | p.m ae Neate ae efficiency or some other jet ar-
left the neutral zone,” the protest | Bt rangement without objectionable
added.—U.P. 0isonous products. —U-P.
—_ | Pp
" ore
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Advocate Janiaica Relief Fund
THE $1,000 a day pace was J. & M.S 1.00 | Harold Proverbs &
maintained yesterday $1,180.00 * 5.00" ] Co. Lid 50.00
Sing ite way take the fund gm | Meee Seat * °R.,
This carvied the total well be- 10.00 Mi 2h. Ma Gpringes oe
yond the $5,000 mark witich 10 00 ue: ‘Dowsin a 60
represents collections for a 5. 00 T: Geddes Grant Ltd 5a0 00
week. 2.40 | Mr. & Mrs. A. de i
BUT THE GOAL IS YET ‘3 as ee S 10.00
APAR OFF. ; oK “J. H. MacPhail or
The need of the stricken | 4.00 M: Mrs
Jamaicans is greater than 2.00 C. N. Reece 2506
evar. Destitution is rampant. sie a Morgan... .. 5.00
Starvation is making itself A eS : abet a rca. 0 oO
felt : A 2 Lid 9 00
Send your donation to-drv A 2 G0 eval Bank ef Canada
to one of the three city Pank Anc i. 1.09 G P. 2 00
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or direct t> the office of this
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a .. $487







©! more than a week ago-+U P.

far reaching {plications 1
United States restric(io;,. ” the note
seid “they are contrary to thy
obligations which the two Govern-
ments have assumed toward one}
another in the general agreement
on tariffs and trade,” Tt was wnde.-
stood here that the United States
Agriculture Department in im-
posing its controls «cted on_ the
rider attached to the price control
Bill which went through Congress



Burmese Raided
Indian Village

NEW DELHI, Aug, 31
Prime Minister Nehru told P:
liament on March 24 this year thai!
Naga tribesmen from Burma raid-
ed an Indian border village and
carried away 93 heads. Nehru told,
how naked Naga tribesmen fror



wildest regions of Northern Bur-/

ma had raided the village of Nok

hu on the Indian border {

He said that 400 houses anal
granarieés had been burnt, live-|
stock killed and standing crops|
destroyed after the raiders hac

killed and beheaded 93 villagers
The raid was repeated five day
later, but there were no casualti





‘ ise all the inhabitants
| evacuated Nokhu village, Neh
j said.—-U.P,



'C’dianCommitteeTo
Assist Jamaicans

MONTREAL, Aug. 31.
The férmation of a C paaier t
Committee to the residents
of hurricane-ravaged Jamaica wa
announced on Thursday Jame
Muir, President of the Royal Ban} |




assist



of Canada, is chairman of the
Committee, Committees are also
being formed in Toronto and in,

Vancouver Island.—C.P.

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THE road between Bruce Vale
Factory and 3elleplaine wi
washed out yesterday after

{! rainfall, the utive
\ of the Departm*s
Highways and Transport said t
the Advocate vesterday afternoon

The best road to Belleplaine 10

from Hillaby Turner’s Ha
Swan Factory and Walker

The Police told the Advuc
: t g that Ros ridge
1 St. Andrew wa
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LONDON, August 8 On Surncay
Persistent reports (a he .wo } ’ is
missing British diplomats are or} MR. CARLYLE | BURTON
have been und the frou Curtain | Assistant: Librarian ‘waving: the
;was giver rect support in af dsland on Sunday tor tho UK., 01
staterjunt issutd by the Foreian| the $8.8, Colombie, He is taking
Office. a course in Library Science at the
The London. ‘vaily Herald, the | School of Libvariansily in Leeds
rgan of the Uriteh Labour Party | Phe course Is expecid to last «
Seid that it had turned over to the | 7&8".
Poreign Oxfice, information on the | ¢ Mr. Burton WEE On the Harrisor
route taken hy Donald MeClean ollege steff from September, 194
and. Gat Burifes : : iianoretl ee to April, 1950, He then left for
ppueared tfoin land on M a Tobago where he _ took up a ‘|
The Herald saide that knev Ler Der aenen as Senior Master oF
> the Bishop’s High School, Tobsz
the train and plane travel of the! }te held this post until he wa
two Foreign Office officials, inted to his present position

he ! 7 uppo
Foreign Off .e spokesman confirnm-
ed that it had received informa-

tion.

a | Meznwhile information ha

“The Stavement received agrees | hoary yeceived that an allocation
with certain theories and :atormas | f £584 has been approved under
tion previously submitted, but |e West Indies Training Scheme
which could not be confirmed, i fpaneed from Colonial Develop-|
despite attempts to check it", they jent and Welfare Funds, in re-|
spokesman aid. His remark that! pect of the year 1951-52, for the
the information could not be tani of Mr. C. A. Burton
“checked” led to the speculation | Assistant Librarian, in Librarian-

that it could not be checked be- | ship
cause the diplomats were in Soviet; year,
satellite territory. A reliable Th
source yesterday said that McClean | year



Cold View Prevails

Among Economists

(By HARRY FI

WAS

There is a “cold front” among Go

against the view of some Latin-

the United States should guaran

power of the monetary reserves, w

accumulate from trade during
zatin-American

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Francisco on Tuesday said tha

“realistic

provide

semetesearenecranaseaaiee

S. Koreans —

Take Key Hill

8TH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Aug. 31.
UNITED NATIONS troops fought to the top of a
key hill on the “bloody ridge’’ on Friday night
after a day of savage fighting, and held their lines
against desperate Communist counter attacks ou
two other hills in the sa

Conference Will

Show Who
Wants Peace

WASHINGTON, Aug. 31
scretary of State Dean Acheson
for the Japanese Peace

ity Per
uty

Treaty conference opening in San | mopped up at 8.30 p.m,

t the
ting will show which nation
it peace and which do not.

cheson named no names, but
sia and her Polish and Czecho-



srepared to disrupt ine confer-
» and try to prevent the adop-

of the American-sponsored
ty which frees Japan to rearm
expand her economy

cheson said that the pact is a
treaty of opportunity”
Japan, and predicted that a
b majority of the 51 nations
nding the conference will sign.
said that the conference “will
a test for those nations
really want peace and those
do nat,”









’ . urgence 6. the «-erman m lite, John Foster Dulles, Republican
1 vs eid Jk s i
Canada Protests : nae 5 tthe F party, State Department Aide and
< en prime author of the treaty,
U Y a 6 :¢n Minister, Robert Sechuma’s |iyey 4) . 50 rane
g thal (he New pact 1s setting a new
oS. Inipor 7 Ban 4 tement isfore the Nations! Heid of ‘ ss He explained “it
OTTAWA, Aug. 31. | Assembly, in whieh che reiteraied wll | » solid gainst anything but
Canadi has otested to thet (@hces deverutaation never to | jjrec: trontal attack by some grea!
United Staves against jis aew yeaa” the rebirth of an independ {).qtio detiber ely bent on start
hibition. on the imports of dairy Wehrmacht ing World Wa TU. We do not w
ee + It alleged that the ben! .The Indeven'ent lett wing | to ! lieve th ‘ any payer Theat
|Viclauwj the Ccneva Trace Agree | poper Combat said in its political | ¢¥"! and zoe p B Grate; ie
ment aod threatened “immedts fe “ceiitorial ‘that Harvim’n’s visit, to ; 10% “e 80 to Sua Francisco in th
amage’> to “Canmdian.«thad: ith Born °mark > the Unired States ee fvothepe and eonaence,

Acheson and Dulles were among



anits into the, Allantic Avon," be- jthe 49 parsuns vb. coarded the
beth"? fore the°end ¢f this year. —U.P. } chartered 2.0.6 aleliner bound
- We | for the confersoce, Th ~ hope de-
P:/oe Se LF spite Russia’s onticipared onposi«
ieat sol }tion to complete ‘he Treaty by
Missi ug Dip nats | September &



Burton | caves



Teaining of Librarian

'y, the United Kingdom this|

1 satellites are believed to



e course which is for one;
is tenable at the Leeds Schou. |

and Burgess had been in Czecho-|of Librarianship, and will com-'
islovakia in June and mig till! mence on the 12th September:
be there.—U.P, 11951, |

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SHINGTON, Aug, 31.
vernment economists here
American Republics that
tee the future purchasing
hich those countries might
defense emergency. |
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made during the recent economic] present conditiorys are not cor “|
meeting in Washington and parable, The recent situation is}
Panama is that the United State that other Reputles are net in]
may buy more goods from than it] fact establishing an avnern il
sells to other American Republics} balance in their trade wrth the}
and that the “real value” of their! United States, |
surplus earnings would be reduced The United States is makin |
in the event of a post-energency | every effort to main flo |
nflation of the United States’ price | goods—even scarce commodit |
level Latin-Ame Ect {
rt i ipported ys the | -equire ! b
experience after ul War {1 not di d by th
when many Republics sold en -|ping scercity wh
jvaordinary yolum of com {curing World War II
mcdities to the United States, bu‘! Waited States’ official: exol
could not spend back the mone they could not iW
for some of the gocds which they ! future purchasing ipacity
most wanted j coll ws earned by La
In postwar yea n contr muntries withou n
were eliminated here the price!+gainst other countri th equ
Jevel rose, 1 tr We treaty rights, and United States |
earned citizen who are likewis con |
public h cerned by the purchasing canacits |
Al of their dollars in the event o!|
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Pilot Flew
Faster Than
Any Human

CALIFORNIA, Aug. 31. €
Pilot Bill Bridgman. flew himself
faster than any human being in
‘history, but said that he was so
busy with the instruments, that he
had only a brief peep at the worl,
14%) miley below. He said, “I go
only a brief look out. It is quite a
sight. He said that he could sey
the curvature of the earth, but
could not distinguish objects on
the ground, The United States
Navy announced on Thursday that
Bridgman had broken the 16-year-
old altitude record of 72,394 feet,
set by a man-carrying balloon,
when he took his rocket powered
Nouglas Skyrocket plane to an un-

4



me sector, disclosed altitude over Edwaiis
South Koreans captured the hil'/Air Foree base at Muroe on

early in the 18-day Allied offen-| August 15.--U.P.

sive north of Yanggu on the ea

il front, The North Korean
recaptured it early this week. At
cking without plane support, du

NEWS IN BRIRF

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;to rain and low clouds, Unite; 1 " 1

\ Natio troops jumped off agai Officials Try To
jon Friday morning. Hour by hou | £

| they edged up the hill again: End Copper Strike
jllerce Red fire, and radioed t Q

lhe ’dquarters that they har WASHINGTON, Avs: 31.

Federal and Union officials
sought a quick settlement of the
nationwide copper strike before
the anti-strike court order actually
is obtained, Truman invoked the

A release from the Allied com
bat cargo command disclosed tha
220,000 pounds of emergency ra

tions, ammunition and medic:

supplies aete alt arovan. +4 national emergency Taft-Hartley
Thursday to the United Nation AG\ IRAE TIERS hol s prelude to
forces fighting in the cruel moun getting the injunction to returi.



the strikers to work in the vital
defense industry——U.P,

10 Ships Held Up

DUBLIN, Aug. 31.
Ten Irish registered ships were
held up by the strike of 800 sea-
men who denmand a 32s. weekly
pay increase.—-U.P.

tains of Bast Korea, It indicater
that the drop was made to troop
on the “bloody ridge’ =

The Allies now hold all thre
hills they had fought for, but th
Reds were counter attacking in
cessantly despite frightful losses

The Communists said that th
South Korean forees have pushe
within three miles of Kaesong i
“continuing” their fight, and it i





feared here that this new cris!
in the Korean armistice talk
might be the trigger for the ex s :
pected Red offensive, Comraunist ‘Quake Hits ‘0

Radio broadcasts during all day |

Friday attacked the United Na-, SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug, 31.
tions “lack of sincerity” in the; A sharp but brief earthquake
Kaesong truce talks, and com- Shook Santiago and Central Chile

pletely ignored General Matthew 00 Friday, First reports indicated
Y. â„¢4ewevs invitation to retury | that there was no damage.-O.P.

to the conference table.—U.P, |

— Occupy Island
rol ¥ }
I housands Attend : SAIGON, Indo-China, Aug. 31.

Canadian Fair French paratroopers occupied

j{he island of Cu Lao 30 miles north
ONTARIO, August 29, jof the Vietminh base of Quang-
The largest annual fair in the", and $60 miles northeast of







Ripe



world swung Into its secofid and |Suigot, The paratroopers were
last week after over 1,100,000 supported by French Navy com-

rsons had walled through the /mandos.—U,P.

s of the Canadian National |



Exhibition turnstiles, |

One of the most colourful ani-
mel exhibitors was Dr. Heetor
I, Astengo of Brampton, Ontario, |
end Rosario, Argentina, Astengo!

FISHY !

LONDON, Aug. 31.
A fish bit Frank Hitchcock on







came to Canada three years 840 the thigh yesterday while he was
to purchise, prize holsteins fo! gwimming, Hitehcock lashed out
his South American herd, bul’ ind cracked the foot-long fish on
decided to stay, “We were very the back with his. fist, the fish
happy to see Di Astengo come whiled around and bit Hitchcock
'y Ontario,” officials of Ontario | oy the thumb. Hitchcock got
liolstein Association said, His quickly out of the water,—U.P.
excellent results in such a short |
tme have encouraged many Can-

dian farmers to breed better 5
cattle,” The “ADVOCATE

Dr. Astengo entered about 20

f his best animals in the exni pays for NEWS
tition daisy eattle show, and his .
entry was seaten only by the Dial 3113
perennial winner, J. M. Fraser e
also of Ontario, Day or Night

UP. Bie





Whenever you want a cigarette-
remember -

It’s the TOBACCO that counts

Vayors
please

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PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

IS Majesty the King has

approved the award of te
Imperial Service Medal to Mi
Ida Isabella Newton, who retired

from the post of Head Teacher of
the St. Elizabeth's Girls’ Schovo!,
after years in the Publi

serv
H's Excellency the Governor

of the Leeward Islands Mr.
K. W. Blackburne and family
have left Antigua for St. Kitt
where they shall be resident for
many weeks, The day before he

44
ice

In The Balance

left, His Excellency visited the
site at Greencastle where an ex-

ation well with. a depth of
25 5 ft is being pul through a non
stop pumping test for 14 days
RR was the second day since
pumping began when His Excel-

lency
Was
water

inspected the works and ne
able to see ciear palatable
rushing through the pipe.
‘The output sincs it was started
or the 28th August has been
100,000 gals per day. Antigua’s
fate lies in the balance. Can this

be a source of supplying the
greater portion of the poulation
with an adequate water supply?

The whole island is keenly await-
ing the results of this test which
will indicate whether it will, be
possible to continuously abstPact
water at this rate, and thus im-
prove conditions of 20,000 people
in the City

Back To U.S.

R. GERALD WALKER or
White Hall Road who for the
past three weeks had been on a
visit to Barbados from the U‘SS.,

area,

left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for
Puerto Rico on his way back to
New York. Mr. Walker is a
Barbadian and has been living for
many years in America,
Holiday Over

R. AND MRS, ALEXANDER
JAMADAR and their
daughter Dorothy were among the

passengets leaving for Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA, Since
August 1, they had been holiday-

ing here staying at “Swansea”,
Worthing.
Mr. Jamadar is a Barrister-at-

Law in San Fernando.
Two Weeks
M*: MICHAEL LAING, Assigt-
ant to the General Manager

of Trinidad’s Rediffusion Service
flew in from Trinidad on Tuesday
evening by B.W.LA. to join his
wife and family who arrived here
recently by the Golfito. He ex-
pects to be in Barbados for just
about two weeks

Mr. Laing was a former manager
of the Rediffusion Service here,
when it was known as Radio Dis-
tribution.



THE



BY THE

ITING of a concert the
other day, a music critic
said: “The bite of the oboe had
the right masculine acidity.”
Nowadays hungry people will
bite almost anything; not lack-
adaisically, but with that true
acidity and ill-temper which is
the result of hunger, or what is
ealled deficiency of vitamins,

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1145 am, Sport. 11,30 De \
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WwW. lL. Art Music, 11 45 a E Parade
9 The Ne ‘ d shown In the
HE Fo h Annual Art Ex-j/a,
hibitic h re in | 419 p.m.—6 49 pam 1 oh ane
Antigua’s Cc il Chamber he stom. Gus } Light Or from Mart }
Court House I week came t ves pm ¢ ‘ collection. Side }
a close last Sunday. This year coed Serena Pada 64@ | seams of the |
exhibits were far le in number | programme long. fur-lined
than those on display by local | 7.0+—10 ‘5 p.m .., 8. N. lacket are split
artists in previous years and in-j} remap The Ne ' News and rounded |
deed there were several pictures | analysis 7.16 p sehind Shoulders. collar
xhibited which were seen last |7.45 bm Geral arn gene a aio and pockets fot-
year Nevertheless, the three} \/en. 930 pm MNadio Theatre 9 4 low We teme |
leading artists, Prince, Francis and |p m. Interlude 10 pr The New s was i
Adam, showed considerable im-| 1° Sf Rotors na P.M. Her movement,
yrovement in their work. Cecil | 1% Hall's Guest Nigh ra ag afternoon dress
I Faithfully
Adams, in particular has greatly - vee
improved in his portraits in oils. | r mi skirt Iness. }
The most popular picture of the | A NIBBLE Al achieved by the |
whole show was his portrait of the | 4 . Slauies ae ae
Administrator, Mr. R. StJ. O.| HISTORY | ecsymetrices
Wayne. The artist really suc- - |
ceeded in catching the true ex- EDWAKD GOODRICH, Wash-) overskirt. Hip |
aad a ‘ mgton telephone engineer, was} and necklines
paacn of hie ae » | mhowitg tw Chicago friends the! are rounded and
arbad nica, and British | Owing o Pago — |
aaa — tect a several | american Constitution in its glass hemline has 3 |
tetures to the show. ease at the Library of ¢ es curved finish,
“In view of the delicate ve jwhen they saw something move.)
. } : LOntun "
sisuation, Miss Hartwell, Golden Wedding | They kk ov ar ane say ta. ae Sane StUrees serum |
. i é noth abou 1a an ine ‘ .
r ? Le oe Anniversary ‘sag nibbling at the parchment] ane Rina Seven f th Patter’ so oe ing an
M* AND MRS. P. E, EYNOE |page. Alvin Kremer, the library's} ‘ — of on a o oo re the rae the Scot. |
T Y : of “Orange Hill,” St. Peter | »ceper of collections, was brought) "4 rhe Per =r pe ae wae 2 en ay Fa! 8 Rdinboe h. Says the |
After Twenty-one Years celebrate their golden wedding] from his home in Arlington, Vir-|'9 Urse eron to stand for re- tish clans in 1: aoTh th- |
R. AND MRS. WILFRED Mitts,’ dikeiion ; sisi’. ads + Meena He| election and his wife to be a vice- Walleste: vet Journal: “The ga
anniversary today, Carib, along |ginia, to inspect the case “| presidential candidate may seem ering spells a bonnie business |
DOWNIE and their fourteen- with their many relatives and| watched for 15 minutes and saw| Pi ficulou ays the New York boom.” The Journal estimates
year-old daughter Judy who had friends join in offering hearty|nothing. But he is going to dis- ‘mes. “But,” the paper adds, “it that the boom will. bring in
been holidaying in Barbados for congratulations. mantle the case and examine it vorth remembering that we $8,000,000 (2,850,000) from |
the past five weeks were among Friends with a magnifying glass ed to be amused by the Chap- abroad.
the passengers leaving for Puerto . 2D CKERTERC fric rce| The Constitution came int Adolf Hitler. Mussolini
Rico yesterday morning, en route STHER SKEETE'S friend Alyce | e in 1787 and lays down how j th hi trutting Sweetheart
: ac re sprday,'orce ‘ ays . vulsed us with his struttin S
hs the U.S. During their stay they seers 77 z eh eae ihe U.S. is governed lf out-thrust iaw. The trouble R |
ere the guests of Mr. Alvin Ram- orgy skeie ‘the US ‘after Atom Practice Soon lw such men is that in the long TITLE bestowed by an
say of Britton’s Hill aiG, Gla Samara pio. e ee ‘bados,| AMERICAN WARPLANES will) run they make us laugh out of on Princess Margaret for-her 21st
This was Mr. and Mrs. Downie’s tw0 months holiday i ease, be carrying atomic practice mis-|the wrong side of our mouths.” birthday.
first visit to Barbados in twenty- _ Alyce “ae Tay F ae ae ae siles before long, says Senator|)~—————— ——- MING aon iI
one years. They are both Barba- Pennsylvania has recently gradu-| 1 ister Hill, And Civil Defence|||Next Attraction: | PE_AZA B'TOWN ||womAy on Pier 1:
dians, Mrs. Downie is the former ated from the Philade pe | Administrator Millard Caldwell) || iss Tomorrow DIAL 2310]}laraine Day,
Evelyn Foster, daughter of Mr. ang Museum Sc hool of Art th wee says not one city in the United| GOODBYE Tim Ryan
Mrs. A. E, Foster of “Whitehall”, who BiG ers ua ee pt sabe States “has even approached ¢ al SS SSSEETLnY WEEK — CARIBBEAN THEATRES LTD
St. Andrew Mr. Downie is a School, is remaining in Barbac point where it could withstand an Warner's “Topping ‘Teehnicclar Bdusienl
salesman with ths American for a longer holiday. atomic attack Should Russia te d Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
Slipper Co. Their h s in the Trinidad Holid drtike 4 t of every 100 planes] NOW SHOWING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. an
Slipper Co. heir home is in rinida iday strike, 70 out of ever I Gene BROADWAY
Bronx. REY. AND MRS, A. E. ARM-|would get through.” Dota. |. See IN LULLABY OF
They told Carib that they had STRONG of Graeme Hall Claudette Tells / rece and SPORTSMEN OF THY FAR RAST
enjoyed their holiday immensely Terrace who had been spending a| SCHOOLCHILDREN are lea ee eon . rod
and were only sorry it was over short holid 1 Trinidad return bout the British monarchy PECIAL TODAY (SAT.) 9.30 a.m. & 1,30 p.m
P y Sorry ve short holiday ir ad re “ling abou 1e itish vonarchy s
$0 soon, ed yesterday morning by B.W.LA. \from Hollywood stars who have | THE SINGING SHERIFF & STAGECOACH BUCKAROO
* Coming in on the same plane was|met the Royal py Claudette Crosby, Steve Coole; & Orchestra Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy i
With U.B.O.T. Mr. Graham Wilkes of the Lodge|Cclbert met Prince M ee 7 Sass SS S556] )
R. AND MRS. DAVID School. He had been in Trinidad val film show las t year. To-| <= =
SNEDDON-LAW and their for the past eleven days Other | da Claudetie’s studio proudly} D A OISTIN G A IE ah Y¥
four childrem. who had been arrival was Mr, James Speed,|announces that she has had a E LAZ Dial 8404 THE GARDEN — sT. 5 AMES
holidaying in Barbados since scottish engineer who is here on|letter from an I h-language 5 & 8.0 pom Today only 4 30 p
pene aoe 3, t EW LA. to Trinidad two weeks’ vacation, staying at| schoolmaster He . “d if she ir Rattan ‘fea eevee Hum phe, Boeart in migh st SIERRA
yesterday by 2 vould be kind enough to write
Wi, Law is Manager ot ° et Talkin Point her impteswions of British royalty ‘OPERATION PACIFIC ||| Same Torre; Sem, Mon. Tact
U.B.O.T.’s Port-of-Spain office, alking oin' for his classes. Says the studio Jehr AYNE, Patricia NEAL |} | Boss of MAT. Sun 5 p.m.
_ Everything is funny bd a “Miss Colbert personally answers) |]7—"— =a ener anaes tt | Lonely Valley | TRO OCH w
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Son Leaves Tomorrow = *t is happening to somebody else. | a) mail written with an intelli 0 ee ea Dencan [|||] Buck Jones & | two Guys trom
7 gent tho ught in mind,’ Unknown Guest [4 He. Chan & | Cheyenne MILWAUKE
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Leader of the House of HEN 9 woman takes up Mus cu FATIG E | Mack |] Jahnny Mack Johnny | ST, LOUIS
hase pho. bad heen in Ans to a — o akes ‘ie Get back in step | Brown Mack Brown, | Joel McCrea
igua on a four ay v sit returned socia retorm, she usually | | ii
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Ucian had been eaten by his con- boat. Magda von Sickening rose iad é& MARTO ANN
stituents made no mention of from the stern, finger to lips, and a sais a TH
malice. It was, again, probably got out of the boat. A large car Be M Kus “ANZA: LY
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parliamentary privilege protects off again downstream towards ‘
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of rosin, is said to be fairly climbed down, and ran quickly
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There was an answering
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woman on a roof-top hooted like
an owl. Then all was still, Ten
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The North-Eastern Region of
3ritish Railways has taken over
a butcher’s shop in this treet,
and decorated it with dummy
carcases and a boar’s head. “In
this old-world setting,” says my)
paper, “an information bureau

has been opened.”

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER



1, 1951



Sir John Saint. Kt., And
Hon. R. K. Hunte Attending

AN Arbitration Court to consider the price of rice from
British Guiana will be held next week, and Sir John Saint,

Kt.,

C.M.G. has been appointed a member of the Board

Hon. K. R. Hunte, M.L.C. will attend as an adviser on be-
half of the Gevernment of Barbados.

The Acting Financial Secretary
said yesterday that in 1947 an
agreement was entered into be-
tween the British Guiana Rice
Marketing Board and the Gov-
ernment of Barbados whereby
the Boarg agreed to supply this
Island with its rice requirements
at fixed prices for the five-ye
period commencing Ist January,
1947 The Agreement contained
provision for the extension of the
period for a further three years
at prices to be fixed by negotia-

“y







tion, or, failing which, by arbi-
tration.
In March this year a meeting

was held in Trinidad which was
attended by representatives of
the British Guiana Rice Market-
ing Board and representatives of

the purchasing Colonies. The
object of the meeting was to
agree upon prices for the three
year period from the ist of Jan-
uary, 1952, to 31st December,
1954. The meeting recommended

throughout
The Riee

fixed prices to apply
the three year period.
Marketing Board was however
only prepared to confirm the
prices provided they would apply
in respect of the first year only
with prices for the remaining two
years to be negotiated annually.
Increase

This Government being fully
alive to the serious effect of any
inerease in the price of rice on
the cost of living decided that the
interest of the public could best
be met if the matter was sub-
mitted to arbitration as provided
for in the Agreement. The Gov-
ernments of Trinidad and Tobago
and the Leeward Islands whose
rice requirements are supplied
by British Guiana under similar
agreements have also decidéd to
submit to arbitration the question
of the prices for the three year
extension period,

The Governments concern-
ed have agreed to combine
for the purposes of arbitra-
tion, and have appointed
Hon. Sir John Saint, Kt.
©.M.G., a Member of the Ar-
bitration Board, The British
Guiana Rice Marketing Board
is entitled to appoint one
Member. The third and final
member who is to be Chair-
man of the Board will be an
independent person nomi-
nated by the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.

The Secretary of State has
nominated Dr W. M._ Clyde,
C.M.G., PhD. Dr. Clyde has
until recently been the Director
of Economic Activities for the
Commissioner General for the
United Kingdom in South East

Asia. He is now Rice Adviser to
the Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs and is also Chairman of
the Consultative Committee on
Rice in South East Asia which
meets in Singapore.
The Arbitration
held in Georgetown, British
Guiana, between the 4th and 6th
of September. Mr. A. Shenfield,
former Economic Adviser to the
Government of Trinidad, and
now a practising Barrister-at-
law in England will appear be-
fore the Court on behalf of the
purchasing 7overnment The
Honourable K. R. Hunte, M.L.C.,
will accompany him as Adviser
on behalf of the Government of
Barbados.

Court will be

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Sir JOHN Se

TDAD CONVICT
STILL AT LARGE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Where is Saywell Gordon? Is

he dead or alive? The Police have
promised to pay anyone $1,000 for
supplying information leading to
ihe arrest of this Carrera convict
but up to now the fourth day,
after his escape not a reliable clue
has been found,

Numerous reports, spreading
from the Carenage area to’ Tacari-
gua have been flowing to the
Police

Our La Brea correspondent said
this morning that the St. Patrick
Police under Supt. D. Ogier and
Sub. Inspector Benjamin have
been combing the area.

r
TWOIMPOR TANT

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT- OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Two important developments

are likely to result in the inter-
ests of the City Council from the
two-month stay in the U.K. of
Mr. H, W. Farrell, Town Clerk,

They are (1) introduction of
mechanised accounting and (2)
incorporation of modern arrange-
ments patterned from English
Municipalities in the new Town
Hall when this is built.

In talks with Sir John Imrie,
Mr. Farrell dealt with the
mechanised accounting for the
Municipality and, on a purely ex-
ploratory basis, discussed the
appointment of a Town Treasurer,
among other things.

Meanwhile Mayor Hamel-Smith
was still silent on his reasons ior
ordering Mr. Farrell’s suspicion

shortly after his arrival back from
the U.K.

41 Killed In Road
Accidents
-IN 7 MONTHS-

(From Our Own Cgrrespondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, August 29.
Forty-one people were killed in







road accidents in the colony
during the first seven months of
this year In the same period

last year 46 people were killed.

In July 1950, 10 people were
killed against three in July 1951.
This accounted for the lower fig-
ures on road deaths this year, as,
the figures were 208 in 1950 and
154 in 1951.

Road accidents of all types were
up by 13 per cent. Figures for
August this year were expected to
be high. as there had been a crop
of road accidents, including sev-
eral fatal accidents over the recent
Discovery week-end.






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Rice Arbitration Court In B.G. \— |

CONSTITUTION
COMMISSION TO
REPORT IN DEC.

(Prom Our Qwn Correspendent

GEORGETOWN, August 2



Report of the pritisn Guiana
Congutution Commuissron {the
Waadingion Commussiom) is now

receiving tne consideration of we
Secretary of State for tme Cotonres,
and ‘is expected to reach British
Guiana towards year-end, His
Excellency the Governor, Sir
Charles Woolley, K.C.M.G., told a
Press Conference at Government
House on Monday night.

Sir Charles returned to British

Guiana Sunday night atter a
three-month stay im the U.K
during which time he had talks
with the Secretary of State and

the Director of the Colonial
velopment Corporation.
Centidence

Sir Charles said comftidence in
British Guiana’s future ' develop—
ment was reflected somewhat im
the five-minute period within
which the Colony succeeded im
floating a $10,000,000 loan to en—-
hance the country’s development.
This is by no means sufficient to
meet our immediate needs, Sir
Charles said, and he had em-—
phasised this to the Secretary of
State to whom he made strong
representations. He was hopeful
and confident that apart from this

amount “we shall get further
assistance and we shall get other
investment capital.”

His Excellency also told of the
promises given by the C.D.C. with
respect to some loam proposals
concerning rice development. It
would take some time for a de-
cision to be given, but he hoped
ta receive some information within
the next two or three months
Rice was the number one priority
in the Colony’s development pro-
posals, and if the proposals made
to the C.D.C. receive sympathetic
consideration and prowe success—
ful, it would be of real assistance
to the colony’s small farmers.

Water Control

His Excellency also told of plams
to solve the difficulties. of the
Canals Polder district on the West
Bank, Demerara River This will
eall for a complete revised water
control scheme between the
Demerara and Essequibo Rivers
which would provide benefit over
an area of 60,000 acres. He hoped
that with such a water control
experiment, there would be greater
benefits not only to the rice in-
dustry but to the sugar industry
as well.

Greenheart Areas
In B.G. To Be
Surveyed

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, August 29,

De-



The Conservator of Forests has
Forestry

shortiy
be -
the

announced _ that the
Department here will
carry out a valuation survey
tween the upper reaches of
Berbice and Corentyne Rivers.

where it has been reported that
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this
year carried out valuation surveys

The Department earlier
in the North, West District.

The main "question

is that of regeneration, or
improvement,

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MR. R. N. TURNER, Colonial
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mew Police canteen situated at the |
old Band Quarters, Central Station,
this morning at 10 o’clock

Mr. Turner will also buy the first
ticket from Colonel R. T. Michelin j
for the Police Raffle which is to!
help to get more quarters for |
boys’ and girls’ clubs in the island.

JUSTICES G. L. TAYLOR and
H. A. Vaughan in the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday varied}
a decision of Mr. E. A. McLeod, |
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
who dismissed without prejudice |
a case brought by the Police
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with not keeping the motor car
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Saturday, Septtimber 1, 1951



PRICE

THE rise ir

give cause for

OF RICE

the cost o! living continues
of

increase in the price o €:seutial commodi-

tO anxiely because the

ties. The meeting of the Executive of the
Regional Economie Coramittee recently
held in this island considered the demand
of copra producers for an inereased price,
After investigation it was decided that the
price of copra fixed by agreement should
now be increased from £45 to £60 per ton
of the

f.o.b. from the beginning new

coritract year.

of this
seen from a communication pub-

The
will be
lished to-day from the Colonial Secretary
is that the price of edible oil, soap, lard,
and margarine, commodities of
which copra is the basic ingredient, v-:\l be
increased from to-day.

result ecommendation,

as

essential

In this case the increase in the price was
inevitable as the Trinidad producers were
stern in their demands and Barbados was
completely bound by the terms of the
agreement, and further obligated by the
fact that the manufacturing process is
carried out in this island. There was no
escape from the conditions of the Com-
mittee’s decision,

It has now transpired that at a recent
meeting between the British Rice Market-
ing Board and representatives of the
purchasing Colonies held in Trinidad
earlier this year prices were fixed which
would apply during a three year period,
but the Board was prepared to agree on the
prices provided that they applied to the
first year’s purchases only. The prices for
the other two years would be negotiated
annually.

_ The Governments of the purchasing
colonies agreed to submit the matter to
arbitration. For this purpose Hon. Sir
John Saint has been nominated as a mem-
ber of the Arbitration Board, one other
member will be nominated by the Board
and Dr. W. M. Clyde, Rice Adviser to the
Secretary of State will be Chairman.

With the background of experience in
the matter of negotiated prices and the
demands of the B.G. Rice Marketing Board
for increased prices it it not unlikely that
after the first year there will be a rise in
the price.

One of the reasons why the Barbados
Government pressed for the arbitration of
the matter was the serious effect which a
rise in the price of rice must have on the
cost of living. In Barbados where rice is
regarded as the staple diet of the majority
of the population the annual consumption
is roughly over one hundred thousand
bags. This will mean not only a vast
increase in overall expenditure but in the
weekly diet scale cost of the working
population.

It is to be noted thet the rice agreement
ends on 31 December 1951, while the Oils
and Fats Agreement ends on 31 August
1952, and in this breathing space of a few
months there might be some good fortune
which might save the rice buying colonies
from this combined increase in the prices
of oils and fats and of rice.

. There is every reason why something
should be done to cushion the effects of
these adverse conditions even while there
is time. What measures are to be taken is
not to be decided. In Trinidad the method
of subsidisation has been frowned
and it is not likely that Barbados
able to add to her present expenditure in

upor
will be

this direction. During the years of the
war the combined efforts of planters
peasants and .merchants saved us from

many of the inconveniencés experienced in
other places. It might well be that there
could be a revival of that spirit in good
time to off-set what is likely to be another
uncomfortable period in our already
unbalanced economy.

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ADVOCATE. Stalin’s Faithful Flee=m2

How We

VIENNA.

The mutiny in the Polish Navy’s
hydrograph urvey ship H.G.11
goes back t very hot day in
the middle of last month.

Poland's Communist President
Bierut and two of the most
browned off members of the
H.G.11 crew, Jablonski nd
Piersonnek, ran into each other.
They met in the Pomeranian
seaside resort of Miedrzysdroje
which, as Misdroy, was once
Berlin’s Clacton.

Jablonski and Piersonnek had
been borrowed from the survey

ship to do an
mapping.

The assignment
no joy—

urgent job of land

filled them with
as they explained to me

when we were having a drink
together.
For under the Communist system

they got no extra pay for doing
the land job, but when they got

back to the ship they would
have to make up time lost on
land.

President Bierut,. on the other
hand, felt grand. He had

motored from his
side estate.

luxurious sea-

So Flowery

Jablonski and Piersonnek
sight of the President and his
party just as the President was
in the middle of some flowery
cliches about the best blessings
for the Socialist Welfare State.

Talks like a waterfall”, muttered
Jablonski.

Nothing very subversive or out
of the way about that, you say.
But it was enough for a solitary
individual in a grey green coat
who had crept up behind them.

He whipped out an identification

caught

tag, introducing him as an
officer of the “political suryeil-
lance service”. He asked the

two sailors to accompany him

He took them all the way back to
their ship. There he spent an
hour checking up on them with
the captain

Then he went off. But the harm
was done. The boat and the
sailors had got a black mark.
Soon there were other black
marks,

The men in the fo’e’sle—-the same

12 sailors
took the

who a few days later

H.G.11 to Sweden and
liberty—-were discovered by an
officer listening to an anti-
Communist broadcast from
Radio Europe.

A Warning

The officer did not punish them.

He just warned them not to a

it again—and merked it down

against them,

on the evening of July 31,
came the visit to the ship of
General Michalka, commander
of the Polish Artillery School.
He is one of the many Polish-
uniformed Russians command-
ing the Polish Army.

What the general had come for
was revealed at dawn next day.
The H.G,11, instead of setting
out on another survey cruise,
took a target ship in tow, and
dragged it slowly along the
coast from Kolberg to Swine-
munde. The general’s shore
batteries were in need of a
little firing practice.

“Four batteries fired”,
Piersonnek. “They fired 12
rounds each. We slowed down
to three knots while they fired.

said

‘The Ja panese ‘Treaty

LONDON,

The Japanese

the principal
speculation.

August 24.
Treaty remains
Subject of diplomatic
In innumerable Em-
bassies, and Chanceries, all over
the world, the professional diplo-
mats are marking little score cards
ond marking off their own guesses
ot which ccuntries will come to
San Francisc: and which will
sign the treaty

The latest information to reach
London is that Burma will not
attend the Conference; the latest
expectation is that India will
attend, but may not sign. Indo-
nesia may join Burma in protest-
ng by non-attendance. But
Ceylon, Pakistan, and the Viet
Nam States will both attend the
meeting and sign the treaty.

In Washington preparations are
being made for a longer confer-
ence than the scheduled four days.

In Pekin preparations are being
made for a propaganda campaign



which will :Jinounce that Japan
has re-opened its war with, China
by signing the Treaty.” The in-

volved Comm
that Russia

inist argument goes
and China agreed to

the Terms of Surrender, of Japan,
which provided for a disarmed
Japan, The present treaty, which
permits Japane rearmament, is,
they allege, a breach of the

surrender.

On the island of Formosa those
tollowers who are not
h

of Chiang’s
concerned wi
scandal of emt

a new great
lement are pro-
testing at the ity - that does
not provide them with a space
but the less significant.

Despite all these’ complications,
it is confidently expected that the




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get
could make

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STILL on the tra‘! of The
Got Out, I am finding
ose enough neariy
Front age

Men
that when ’
every escapte

news

Sefton Delmer

Who

telling today the story of the President
who started a mutiny 1
The two 150 mm. batteries
scured four hits. The 80 mm.

scored only one hit.”
Snooper Waits

When the H.G.11 returned to port
the crew found a plain-clothes
snooper from the political police
waiting. He askect a great many
questions.

Piersonnek, on the fo’c’sle, decided
that the man was determined to
pin something on them.

When they learned that the ship
had been ordered back to
Gdynia for the investigation to
be continued, they unanimously
decided that the time had come
to act.

Twenty-four hours later they had
captured the ship while it was
in the Baltic. They locked up
the captain, the political com-
missar, the radio operator and
two other officers and had
brought it safely to Ysiaad in
Sweden. There the 12 mutineers
went ashore as political refugees

I do not think that the prespect
of a political inquisition would
have led these young Poles to
rebellion and self-exile if they
had not, as they told me

1. Been thoroughly disillusioned

by the conditions of life in
the Polism Navy and in Soviet-
dominated Poland generally;

. Believed that the Russians

were planning a war. In this
sailors of the Polish Navy would
be forced to fight for their
country’s enemies and oppres-
sors.

All the Poles complained bitterly
to me about the food. “Appall-
ing”, they said. Their ration
consisted of 800 grammes of
bread a day each. There was
no butter or margarine or fat.

ws

Three grammes of Jam were
issued, and six grammes of
sugar.

Meat was only received in watery
potato soup, which formed the
staple diet. What there was of
meat was very thin.

Their pay was six zlotys a month,

enough for two packets of

cigarettes in the open market.
the two years most of them
had been in the navy many of
them had received no home

In

leave. Three who had leave
had only two days each.
They were allowed off on one

Sunday afternoon every month,
and permitted to go into the
nearest town—from two till ten.
Everything was done to dissuade
and prevent them from going to
Mass or any religious service.

“If you go to Mass”, said the
political commissar Bogumil to
one of the sailors, “you are an
enemy of the State and a social
reactionary.”

All of them were browned off with

the vast amount of political
instruction that they received.
Each evening there was a

political lesson and a_ political
discussion,

In the mornings there were hours
of political talks from Bogumil.
Not a day passed without its
special dose of ideology and
political poison.



By D. T. ROBERTS

Treaty will be signed by a large
majority of the almost fifty
nations that were at war with
Japan. The signature may be
delayed by Mr. Gromyko for some
days, and a number of countries
may dissent — of which the Arab
countries of the Near East are
expected to be the most numerous
but the less significent.

Danger In The Balkans

| wrote recently that various
developments in Europe pointed
to Governments — on beth sides
of the Iron Curtain — being
afraid of immediate war. In that
article I did not pin-point the
area of danger, Now reliable in=
formation seems to be available
from Berlin that the Soviet
strategists have developed a
theory of “limited war.” The
threat would seem to be an attack
by Bulgaria and Hungary-—
perhaps with Rumania, on the
Federal Republic of Jugoslavia.
The danger is that Moscow be-
lieves it can conduct a war in aid
cof forces inside Marshal ‘Tito’s
vountry, that could not be pinned
down to the Russians. ‘“Volun-
teers,”’ like the Chinese in Korea,
would advance into Marshal Tito’s
country. The U.S. and its allies
would be faced with a terrible
dilemma — to meet the threat of
Marshal Tito by declaring a
general war, or not.

Already there are ugly signs.
The press of Hungary is full of
tales of “provocations” by Marshal
Tite’s frontier forces.

How streng is the Marshal?





an Off
With A Ship...

By the two Poles who had ‘had enough’





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All of them were afraid they were
never going to be released to
civilian life again.

‘Lucky

The three survey experts—all of |
them joined the mutineers—had
already been told that the)
would not be allowed to leave
the navy because they knew too
many secrets.

“And what goes for us,” said
Piersonnek, “goes for very
crew in the Polish Navy. They

would all mutiny if they could.
We were lucky. Our ship worked
alone without any escort vessel

The other ships always keep
together. That makes mutiny
and escape difficult.”

Even outside the navy life for th«
Polish working class seems t)
be no paradise. One of the
sailors said his uncle, a steel-
worker at Chozrzow, asked for
a Sunday off to attend his
daughter’s wedding.

He was told he would have to
work his shift. But he could
choose which one, the early, the
middle, or the late,

Uncle just took his day off. When
he returned to work he was
punished for absenteeism. As a
first offender he was fined 45
per cent. of his month's basic
salary. On a third offence he
was warned that he would go
to prison.

All the sailors, like the other
escapees I spoke to, talked of the
intensification of the psycho-
logical terror and the deporta-
tion of the bourgeois families, or
potential pro-Western elements
from the towns to eastern rural
provinces. There they are left
to die.

“Starvation and exposure are
being left to do slowly what the
Germans did quickly with gas.”
commented one of the sailors

A Warning

One word of warning: Do not let
this story of the 12 younsg
mutineers lead you into thinking
that the whole of Poland is
ready to rise at once.

It is bad enough for Stalin that
sections of his Communist
organised youth and industria)
workers are mutinous and rebel-
lious. Over the whole country,
however, the terror of the Com-
munists remains thorough and
effective,

When the H.G.11_ landed at
Ystaad there were 30 Poles on
board the ship.



“T think they would all have
gone ashore; even Ivanov, the
hydrographic expert, and

Bogumil, political commissar. I
could see them hesitate.” said
Piersonnek. “But then a
Swedish immigration official
came aboard. That and the
memory of the terror did the
trick.”

The Swede assembled the crew
and told them: “Anyone going
ashore as a deserter will do so at
his own risk.” There was no
guarantee that they would not
be sent back to Poland.

Four sailors who joined the
mutineers on the way over
recanted at once. They accepted
the captain’s word that no
action would be taken against
them if they returned. Only 12
came ashore out of 30.

—L.ES.

Estimates vary, but most experts
agree that he is stronger than the
nruch-purged armies of the Soviet
Satellites, The Soviet Union might
need to send some of its own
“volunteers” in order to make in-
vasion a success — and that, we
must hope, would be to run a
greater risk than the Kremlin
feels it can take. Marshal Tito’s
predicament shows that countries
that are not in the Atlantic Pact
must rely on themselves alone.

Eastern Diplomacy

There is something moving in
the desert. Sir Zafrullah Khan,
the Foreign Minister of Pakistan,
is to visit Damascus, the capital
of Syria. Pakistan is the most
influential country of the Moslem
world. Syria has been reckoned,
until the murder of King Abdullah
cf Jordan, as the weakest state in
the Near East. But it stands at
the key strategic point.

Simultaneously another of His |
‘taae he ane Ministers, in |

case orrison, bas been,
receiving Emir Feisal of Saudi
Arabia in London. An odd
feature of this visit is that viie of
the political advisers of King Ibn
Saud, (Emir Feisal’s father) is
Jamal Husseini. This Jamal Hus- |
seini is the brother of the sinister
Mufti of Jerusalem, (who lives in |
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NOBODY'S DIARY

SUNDAY—tThe few fishers of sea eggs who
have been prosecuted must be prolific
gatherers judging from
persons that

delicacy out of seasun.

If .he Act were amended so that those|

eating sea eggs in the close season were |
subject to a fine, then the coffers of the|
Treasury would overflow until such time)

as people began tu realize that eating sea}.

eggs in the close season is an expensive
pastime. And, as the divers do not keep sea
eggs as pets the incentive to dive them
would be removed and the sea eggs would
be left free to mature and multiply.

MONDAY--Again this morning numerous) 9
cars were held up for a considerable tune | ¥

at the junction of Fairfield Street and

Probyn Street while the stream of traffic! ¥
the Victoria Bridge passed along) ¥

from
Probyn Street. It seemed to me that a
roundabout at this intersection would be

a useful innovation, |
TUESDAY.---Judging ‘

the reproachful |

by
looks which visitors

Ts this sunny Barbados?” it would seem

that I’m held responsible for the rain.|%
To-day, however, two pleasant Canadian | ¢

visitors actually expressed pleasure with|
our beautiful climate; “It is cool here in
comparison with Montreal in the summer

where we get the temperature rising to|§

100 degrees Farenheit.”

adult mind is truly
fertile and versatile in thinking up excuses
for throwing a binge. The celebration of
a 1 year old’s birthday is the excuse to-day.
Ironically enough the guest of honour will
not be there as he has to retire to bed at
6 p.m., while the adults guzzle and knock
back numerous alcoholic beverages—life is
truly tough for infants!

THURSDAY— Believing the

implicitly in

proverb: “There’s never an ill wind but
blows somebody good”. I am thinking

seriously of becoming a cobbler seeing that

the shoe-making trade is bound to boost |

with all this “marching.”

Barbadians have “marched” against
South Africa, Vincentians “marched”
against Trinidad, and now I propose to
stage two marches to help to boost the
trade.

My first march will be in protest against
all wives who fail to darn the ventilation
in their husbands’ socks; and my second
march will be against cooks who persist in
spoiling expensive and difficult-to-acquire
foodstuffs.

I expect a monster turn-out and even the
members of the Police Force, with Colcnel
Michelin’s permission will be welcome.

I intend to approach the Bata Shoe
Company and see if they will subsidize the
“refreshments” at the end of the marches.

FRIDAY—-Once again this morning I met a
bread cart parked inside the studs on a
curve in the road while the cart pusher
was engaged in a prolonged conversation
with one of his “girl friends”. This hap-
pens so frequently that I’m beginning to
believe the rumour that the Barbados
Professional Bread Cart Pushers and the
Christ Churgh Bicycle Riders’ Association
have an agreement with some fraternity by
which they contract to do everything
possible to force the law-abiding motorists
to drive on the wrong side of the studs.



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BARBADOS RUM

The Travelogue Section of “The Devon-
shire Magazine, Spring Cruise 1951”, makes
reference to Barbados and its rum says the

Extract :

“Tn contrast to the rustic yet happy peace
of Carriacou we journeyed on to Barbados
where we found a most formidable pro-
gramme of entertainment awaiting us.
For nine days we swam, danced, were
taken on picnics round the island, and tried
to play all sorts of games, including some
that we had never attempted before. All
the Sports Clubs opened their doors to us;
at the Golf Club they would not even let
us pay green fees.
able to afford caddies, probably for the first |
and last time in our lives; however,
although most of them were only aged!
about ten, they were well versed in the
art of gamesmanship, particularly the one
who when u cectain Cadet was in the act
of striking a ball, cried out, “Rlimey,
Mickey Mouse himself.”

“As usual, one of the highlights of the
visit was the concert given by the Police |
Band under the direction of Captain

Raison; they gave us a most entertaining |

and versatile performance on the foe’s’le |
and were only allowed to depart when they

had played themselves to a standytill. The |
by the Navy}

dances so kindly laid on
League and Port Welfare Committee at the
Aquatic Club were very well attended and
much appreciated. An enormous quantity
of sugar found its way on board and many
of us met the demon rum for the first time
in its native land—with varying degrees
of remorse or exhilaration. It is reliably
reported that at least one Cadet found the
latter state quite unpredictable. Th

“Mauretania” and the “Niew Amsterdam”
put in at Bridgetown whilst we were there
and, although it was very pleasant having
such magnificent company in the anchor-



age, they lay embassassingly close to us
causing steam t made readily available
on the capstar

The Devonshire Magazine is published
on board of H.M.S. Devonshire which

visited Barbados recently.

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New System Will
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A mechanised aecounting system for the recording of depos-
itors’ transactions is riow being instituted in the Govern-
ment Savings Bank, This system will considerably speed up
the despatch of depositors making transaction, thus provid-
ing greater convenience to depositors, said the Hon’ble Colo-

nial Secretary yesterday.
Help Boys
And Girls

To Get Clubs

COLONEL R. T
Commissioner of

MICHELIN
Police, last night



over Rediffusion Service
appealed to the public to help
the Police in their effori at get
ting more boys’ and girls’ clubs
in the island
He said: “Just over a
the first boys’ Club was
by His Excellency the
in Bay Street. It was
the old Bay Street Polic
The building was. small for
the number of boys enrolled a
members. However, it was the
start of Boys’ Clubs in Barbados
Today, there are ten Clubs in
operation throughout the Island;
eight boys’ and two girls’. The

membership of these is about 500.
We hope by the end of this year
to have at least one Club in
every parish in the island.





At all the Clubs, it is compul-
sory for the boys and girls to
take part in some trade or craft.
At the Boys’ Clubs, Carpentry,
Tailoring, Shoemaking, Gardening
and Painting are taught. The
girls are instructed in Sewing
and Knitting

Recreation
Cricket, football and boxing are
part of the recreatibnal activities.
Cinema shows and talks on sub-
jects of interest are given each
month. A subscription of 6 cents
a month is paid by all members

of our Clubs.

These Clubs provide a healthy
atmosphere for boys and airl
who through no fault of their

own have nowhere to spend their
leisure hours, There is somewhere
they can meet and spend a profit-
able and pleasant evening. They
help to remove children from the
street corners and rum_ shop
verandahs.

Environment plays a great part
in the life of the Y:



person.
These Clubs aim at providing a
good background which is so
very valuable in those impres-
sionable years. They make the
boy and girl feel that they are
part of an organisation and that
they have something of their
own. .
At present there is a Constable
of the Barbados, Police in, England

_Undergoing a Tourse in th® Man-
agement of Boys’ Clubs. When he



comes back he will train all the
leaders of our Clubs, so that the
organisation will be run on
proper and up to date methods
Subscriptions

All these Clubs are run purely
on voluntary ubscriptions. We
do not receive any financial
assistance from Government.
With the increase in the number
of Clubs, our expenses go up.
Rents for Club buildings, light-
ing, wages to teachers of trades
and crafts, purchase of equip-
ment, furniture, etc. all have to

be paid for
We make our annual appeal to
the public for funds. This appeal











takes the form of a Raffle. The
tickets are $1.00 and the prizes
are: —

ist Prize—An Austin A40 Car

and.-£"5; A Frigidaire

3rd 1, A Radiogram

4th oo A Si Sewing

M e

5th =r A Raleigh Bicycle

These are all valuable prizes
which can be won for $1.00 at
the same time you will be bring-
ing happiness and usefulness into
the lives of nbers of young-
sters. Please do not be content
with buying one ticket—remem-
ber the cause, and buy as many
as you can afford. If you cannot
afford a_ dollar join th your
friends to buy a ticket. We want

everyone to assist us In loc
after these boys and girls.



ean be obtained from al! 1em-
bers of the Force
On Display
The Austin Car will be on

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Under i. system, deposits and
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any window, and it will no longer
be necessary for depositors mak-
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to have the pass books balance
verified and the entry recorded
before going to the cashier. Ail
entries will be made in the pass
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deposit or withdrawal goes to the
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withdrawal slip as the case may
be, with his pags book. The
cashier then locates the ledger-

card and places the pass book and
the ledger-card in the machine
which records the transaction in
the pass book, ledger and journal
sheet simultaneously. The pass
book is then returned to the de-
positor and the trangaction is
complete. With each such trans-
action the machine prints the
amount of the deposit or with-
crawal in the appropriate column
and automatically computes and
prints the balance. The date and
the cashier’s initial also print
automatically.

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machine automatically
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of transactions recorded during
the day’s work.
It is expected that depositors

will welcome this new system as
it will considerably reduce the
amount of time required to make

deposits and withdrawals at the
Savings Bank. But it should be
realized that during the transi-
tional period, additional work is

involved and until this period is
passed, the full benefit of the
ystem will not be appreciated

7 Wills Admitted
To Probate

The following wills were
mitted to probate:—

Clarrie Leona
Michael, Mufcy
Christ Church, Angelina Taylor,
St. Michael, Jeseph William
Cossey, St. Philip, Edith Florence
Roselle Heath, Christ Church,
Isaac Sobers (or) Hubert Sobers,
St. Andrew, and. William Alfred
Small, St. Andrew.

IN the Court of Ordinary
yesterday The Honourable the
Chief Juage, Sir Allan Collymore,



ad-

Holder, St.
Emeline Lucas,

granted the petition of Henry
Luther Ward of King’s Village,
St Michael, for Letters of

Administration to the estate of his
wife Angelina A. Ward, deceased

Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed
by Mr. D. L. Sargean. appeared
for H. L. Ward

The petition of Claudius Connelj
of St, Michael was also granted.
His was for Letters of Administra-
tion to the estate of his wife
Edmira B. Albertha Connell, late
of Summerville Land, Eagle Hall
Road

Mr, R. E. Malone instructed by
M®*ssrs. Yearwood & Boyce
re presented C, Connell.
display each day from the 1st of
September at the Bus Stop in
Trafalgar Square from 10 a.m. to
12.30



p.m. The other prizes can
be seen at Messrs. K. R. Hunte,
Singer Sewing Machine Co., and
Cave Shepherd.

We are very grateful to the
Singer Sewing Machine Co. for
dona.ing a machine. We are also
grateful to Mr. Stanley Jones
who is running this Raffle for
the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs. He is doing a great job.
We are also indebted to Barba-
dos Rediffusion for allowing us



to broadcast this appeal over this
Service.

I ask you to give your full sup-
port to this cause. The more clubs
we have, the more we can help
to give numbers of the men and
women of tomorrow a good start
in life.”

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







Couple Married
20 Yrs Ago-Today

Church Celebration

Mr. and Mrs. Bynoe cf Orange Hill, St. Peter, will celebrate

the golden anniversary of their wedding at the St

Parish Church this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.

It will be the first time in the
history of St. Peter’s Church that
such a ceremony will be conduct-

ed. Rev. C. C. Conliffe will per-
form the ceremony which will be
choral Mr Donald Johnson,
Organist of the church. will pre-

side at the organ.
Mr. Bynoe was formerly man-

ager of Mt. Pleasant, St. John.
One of his sons is now manager
of Orange Hill Plantation while

another is manager of Welchtown
Plantation.

EMPLOYEES of the Public
Works Department are progress-
ing rapidly in their work at

Speightstown in converting the
three-storied building ‘Arlington’
into a health centre for St. Peter's
Parish, <°

The “Advocate” was informed
yesterday that it will be possible
for the centre to be occupied by
January 1 next year.

The renovated building will
have 20 rooms excluding those
allotted for toilets and baths. A
new structure is being added to
the building. It will be divided
into two rooms.

Parishioners of St. Peter think
it a plausible idea of putting a
health centre in Speightstown.
One of them said that it would
be better if they could have got
a site set in from the street, but
he thought the building splendid

ANOTHER Rover Scout Troop
has sprung up in Speightstown. It
is attached, to the 3rd Barbados
Sea Scouts under Scout Master
Victor Matthews

The forming of the new Rover
troop is a step to making the 3rd:
3arbados Sea Scouts a complete
group. The Rover Troop is now
about 10 members strong.

THE RAINFALL records for the
month of August kept at District
“EB” Police Station, St. Peter,
show that over 10 inches of rain
fell. The best fall for a day was
3.22 inches on Monday.

Throughout the parish, the
crops are green and thriving to
the satisfaction of the planters
Canes, yams, corn and other
vegetables are showing the results
of the regular soaking they have
been getting all through the
month.

In some of the gountry districts,
the eanes seem well advanced
Most of the young canes have
got a good shoot.

PUBLIC shows sponsored by
the 3ritish Council will be



resumed at the Assembly Room,
Speightstown, as from September
3.

The Assembly Singers, who
have not been engaged since they

















Peter's
Speightstown Boys’ School ye
weeks ago, are now planning thei:
Christmas programme
ALTHOUGH the fiying fish
season is ended, some flying fis!
boats occasionally return to the
Speightstown fish market wit
small catches. However, most of
the fishing boats of Speightstow:
have been hauled on the

beaches.
The ow

the

boats dur

opportunity

up

ners of fishing boats take
to repair their
ing the hurricane seaso

The boats are repaired while they
are on the beaches
Residents of Speightstown nov

rely on small boat owners

ply their
coast
moored

ing pots
Most of t

beach and

one poun
Jacks @

town and they go a long way

moses
off
to sea while their crews are h

to suy
All along the west
can be seen daily
some distance

fish

at out
aul-
some laden with fish
heir catches are sold ex

18 cents are asked fc

d of the fish

are plentiful in Speights-
in



solving the fish question

Price Of Copra

IT WAS disclosed by the Acting
Financial Secretary yesterday that
at a meeting of th- Oils and Fats
Conference held recently the
claims of the copra producing
Islands for an increase in the
price of copra were considered
and an export price of £60 per
ton F.O.B, for the year beginning
Ist September, 1951, was agreed
on

This new price represents an
increase of 334% on the 1950
price and it will therefore re
necessary to increase the prices of
Edible Oil and other copra pro-
ducts, namely Soap, Lard and
Margarine from the Ist Septem-
ber, 1951.

The present’ Oils and Fats
Agreement expire: on the 3lst
August, 1952. At the recent Con-
ference held in Barbados it was /]|
recommended that a Working j]}

Committe

Up From To-day



»e should be appointed to

consider and make recommenda-
tions on the terms of a new Agree-
ment based on the policy f
maintaining the preduction if
coconuts and the processing indus-
tries based thereon as an integral
part of the economy of the British

Caribbean Colonies

The
be repre
Committe
tary.

Hon.

Jarbados Government will

sented on the Working

e by the Financial Secre-

K. R. Hunte and M

H. F. Alkins have been appointed

helped the Speightstown Boys’

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1, 1951



CLASSIFIED ADS.



Marriage er Engagement
ents in Cartb Calling the
$3.00 for any number of words
and 6 cents per word for each



harge is

up to 50
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 213 for Death
Notices oniy after 4 D.im.

a



CLARKE—On August 3ist, 1961, at ae
residence, “Glencoe”,
Michael,
funeral leaves the above residence
g 9.30 a.m. today for the Westbury
eme' .
Glee Clarke, Clarence Clarke and
Elsie Clarke. 1.9,.61—16



FOR SALE

— charge week 72 cents and
Si SuMdays 4 words — over 24
alae cents a\





CAR—1942 “Austin” 8 in good order
Ring Harrison 417. 1.9,51—In

CAR—Moerrts 6. 1947 Model in good
31.8.51—3n-
“Velox”



CAR—One Vauxhall 1950—51



model. Excellent condition Low mile-

MeCLEAN—Edward Algernon St. Elmo | age. Dial—4616 Courtesy Garage.

at his residence “Bert's Ville’ Pros- 3,8.51—an
ceo ChE Me meet |

ber o1 ineral leaves CAR: One Vauxhall 18 done only
his late residence at 4 p.m. for St. | 10,000 miles, like new. . 8. B.
Stephen's Church and thence. to the| Kinch or 456Â¥ Cyril Stoute.

Westbury Cemetary 29.8.51—Tn

Egbert Me Clean and Family.

1.9, 51—1n.

PAYNE— On August Mist, = at her
residence Rowen Village St. Michacl
Lilian Payne. Age 72 years. Her funeral





leaves the above fesidence at 8.30
o'clock this morning for St. Barnabas
Church

No Cards. Friends are invited

Benjamin Payne (Son), Edna, Fredericka
Grant, Ottis Odessa Payne (Daughters)







IN MEMORIAM





PASH—In cherished remembrance of my
Darling Grand Mother, Helen Dash
who passed to eternal rest on Septem-
ber Ist 1935 RDP.

1.9.51

Oiga Duesbury . In
wm __
HOLLINGSWORTH—In Loving memory

of our beloved father Joseph Hoi- |
lingsworth who fell asleep August !
29th, 1950

It doesn't need a special day

To bring
The days we do not think
Are very hard to find

For what purpose Lord I cannot see
But all is well that’s done by Thee

1
of you











Ever to be remembered by Winifred
Joseph, C@riton (Sons), Clarissa, Mary.
Annie, Gwendolyn, Mrs, A Benthorn ;
(Daughter) Ianthe Greaves, (niece) anc
five grandchildren.

1.9.51—In
MILLAR—In loving memory of my
dearly beloved mother, Meta Millar

who fell asleep on 15th September 1950

Smiling and happy, alwa’s content
Loved and respected wherever she
went
Fver to be remembered by Efleen Grimes,
(daughter), Odessa (Sister), Conrad
(Brother), Mrs, Welma Yarde (Niece),
Denis Goddard (Nephew) 1.9.51—I1n



WILTSHIRE—In loving memory of ou
dear mother Delmina Wiltshire who
parted this life on September, 1949.

“Gone but not forgotten.’

Hugh Mortimer Wiltshire (Husand),

Arthur, Ethelbert, Preston, Cleveland,

Oscar, Hillary (Sons), Iris, Enid, Octa-

via, Wilhelmina, Hyacinthia (daught-

ers) and Grands and Great Grands
1.9.51—1In

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

JAMAICA GOVERNMENT
RAILWAY

Application for Post of Draughts-
man-Surveyor





Applications are invited from
qualified persons not over the age
of 45 years, for the pensionable
post of Draughtsman-Surveyor in
the Combined Engineering
Branches (Civil & Mechanical) of
the Jamaica Government Railway.

2. Applicants should be able to
design and prepare specifications
for buildings and other Engineer-
ing Works, supervise the actual
construction of minor Engineer-
ing Works, and carry out levelling
and surveying, and should be
qualified and experienced in Me-
chanical Drawing and machine
design and be able to prepare me-
chanical specifications.

3. The salary is in the scale
£795 a year rising by increments
of £25 to £920 a year, The maxi-
mum salary may be offered to a
suitable candidate.

The appointment will be subject
to the passing of the prescribed
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will be on probation
for a period of three years.

4. Applications in writing,
stating qualifications and experi-
ence, should be addressed to the
General Manager, Jamaica Gov-
ernment Railway, and will be re-
ceived up to the 15th of Septem-
ber, 1951.

(Sgd.) E. HAMILTON,
Acting General Manager.
18.8.51,—2n.













ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

Gifts, Curios, Jewels
Antiques, Ivory, Silks }
Ete., Ete., Ete. |

THANTS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St, :: Dial 3466





: DoT TTOT STOTT TOS T OT ITO

* Attention!

EDUCATION DEPT.
PRINCIPALS OF COL
LEGES/SCHOOLS

ALL' MANAGERS

Female Graduated Venezuelan
School Teacher (Normalista—four
years’ Teachers’ Training College)
seek employment to teach Spanish
in colleges and schools and/or
translating/interpreting for com-
mercial firms, Write to “Grace”
c/o Advocate or Dial 2759

28.8.51—6n.

Far-seeing

FURNISHERS

are Starting NOW for
Christmas i

Christmas-prized Vanities, Stools,
Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Chests-of-
Drawers, Cradles, Beds, Couches,
Marble Top & other Washstands

China,
Cabinets,

Kitchen and Bedroom
Tables for Dining
Kitchen, Padio Cocktail and
Decoration, Tea Trolleys.

Morris Furniture, Morris Spring
and ringlike Cushions, Tub
Suites and separate pieces, Rush
upright arm and rocking chairs
for grown-up. and childres $1 up

Banjoes at $18, Electric Pick-up,
Bakelite Arms and Heads $8, Sew-
ing Machines, hand and treadles;
Chain and regular stitch and
boot-making—BUY NOW

L.S. WILSON
| SPRY ST.

DIAL 4069



you to our minds | ae

| Mixer

| 2305





CAR: One Dodge Car 1937 model in
good working condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Phone 4908 « apply: B’dos.
Agencies, Ltd. o 25.8.51 t.f.n.

MOTOR BYKE — The Aeriel four
Square Motor Byke. No reasonable offer
refuse. Apply. C. Spencer, Gills Road
‘oc Ring—5177 3545 30.8. 51—3n.
—

The following curs in excellent con-
dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan — Fluid
drive (absolutely A-1.) 3,000.00, Vauxhall
Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman
1,700.00, 1946-47 Hiliman 1,050.00, Ford
Prefect 730.00. Cole & Co., Lid. Bay &
Probyn Streets 30.8.51—fn. |
-——12 hp Saloon—in meal
cordition Courtesy Garage Dial—4616

'00.6.51—6n

ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR — Crosley 7
U.S.A. manifactute, New
Garage Dial 4616.











|
e.ft.—
Courtesy
28.8.51—6n.
Westinghouse Food
be used to prepare nearly
for further information, Dial
1.9.51—Iin

FURNITURE

CRADLE—One large baby cradle, ‘prac-



ELECTRICAL:
Can
every meal,











tically new. Phone-—-3632 1.9.51—2n.
LIVESTOCK
SPANIEL PUPPIES—-For sale $20

mosking order, tyres vers good. Dial—_| toilets and baths,



| PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents pet agate tine
| Qnd. 12 cents per agate line
minimum charge $4.50 on
Gnd $1.80 on Sundays.

REAL ESTATE

At 2 reasonable price 1 Newly
| shed comprising 68 new *
Galvanised Sheets

om week-days
on Sundays,
week-days



built



Eave ieee

posts et w.

Clarke, Ivy Ledge, Ivy Road. 7
1.9.51—2n

Roc recently co

having three bedrooms with connecting
Moo Large outside Bal-|
Quarters & Laundry. , “—

For further
ticulars apply Ratph A. Beard, Lowe | Fld
Bay Street. Tel. 4683. 1.9, 51—3n.

LLL Ott, |
1 House 2 x 12 x 9 in Bush a. |
1 House 16 x 9 x &. Shed a6 es
few) on Thomas Land, Clapham i
House 20 x 11 x 8 Shed 20 x & (un-
furnished). 1 Spot of Land 2,2% sp
feet at Advent Road, Bank Hall 1

attached. 1 Proper’

View, which contains 204, perches of)
land Price reasonable. The Ebony |
Realty & asoeaen Ageney, Marhi.i
Street 1.9.51—2n
Tie aredchen ee ndacsaih acter a ee
The undersigned will offer for Sale at

ty

in Worthing



FOR RENT

Mtnimum
6 cents
words 3
word on Sundays;

Su®days 24 words — over 24





HOUSES
BEDROOM--One Comfortable Bedroom
With tWin Beds and running water, Witt
aq i family im Hastings Meals avail-
able. For particulars Phone—-20M

30.8.51—3r |

CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approvec
tenont. Furnished House, Upper Bay St
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All

nogerhn conveniences. Appay on premises

3.8.51—t.f.n













FLAT on Blue Waters Terrace, newly
built with Spacious cupboards. Phone
2230 25.7.51—t.f.n

FLAT—at St Mary's Vicarage. Apply
at Vicarage Fontabelle Phone—3706
31.8.51—$n







YRISDALE, Barbartes, St
aujoining Barbarees House







Michael
Moderr







ne =. Bungalow bedrooms and
usual ecffices. Garage and servants
“ atid ail services including gas

n
Property in Tweedside Road, with Shop | Aiso orchard approximately half an acre





public competition at their Office, No
17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday.
the 14th day of September, 1951, at 2 30 |
p.m

THE COTTAGE GMT SHOP, standing
on 5,083 square feet of land, adjoining |
the Barbados Aquatic Club, together |
with the Goodwill and Assets of the
business, now carried on under the
above name

INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays, between the hours of |
4 and 6 p.m on application on the
premises.

For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to :—

COTTLE, CATFORD & Co
31 8.51—13n.

i

The undersigned will offer for sale at
hublic competition at their offiee, No.
17, High Street, Bridgetown. on Friday,
the 7th. day of September, 1951, at 2
rem.
The
“AL



dwellinghouse known as

VILLE,” with the land
whereon the same stands and thereto
belonging, containing by admeasure-
ment 4,858 square feet or thereabouts,
and the out-buildings thereto, situate
on the Sea, at Hastings, Christ Church,
adjoining Hotel Royal.

Inspection any day except Sundays,
between the hours of 12 noon and 5
p.m,

For further particulars, and conditions
of sale, apply to:—



Manning Summervale, Eagle Hall Road.
Phone—3304. 1.9.51—t.{.n.



MECHANICAL

TT
BICYCLES—Hercules for Ladies and

Gents—with and without three-speed
and light. Very attractive prices—Cour-
tesy Garage, Dial 4616. 28.8.51—Sn,

SU UU renee

MACHINE: One hand Sewing Machine \
pert mechanical condition.
3632.





MACHINES: Two (2)
Machine at Errol Millington,

Schmidts
Gate, Garrison,

1.9.51—2n

—_——
“OLYMPIA” Portable Type Writers—
Two (2) of these World Renowned
machines now in stock. For further par-
ticulars Dial—3198. A. G. St.HILL.

29.8.51—2r .
—<—
MISCELLANEOUS
CARPET— Large Carpet
items. Chetwood, Cheapside. 1.9.51—In.
—
COFFEE—O.K. Coffee; Fresh shipment

of this favourite packaged coffee may now
be had from your grocer 31,8.51—2n,

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

ee nnnnetientiiseeiieetn
GENTS BATH TRUNKS: Woollen ever-
lasting Quality, Maroon Colour $3.12 ea.
Don't forget to Buy for your next Sea-

bath at Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street.
1.9.51—1n





GALVANIZED SHEETS: —7ft. 24 gauge
$5.44 each. Limited number only at
Ralph Beard’s Show Room, Lower Bay
Street, 1,9.51—2n

FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all
kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies
Bristlecombs, Gent's Bristlecombs, Tooth



hes, lex- 232 pr. Shoes, 151 Tins Baby's Food, 64
See, eee aunts aa comb | Hand Bags, 24 Sets Doll's Furniture, 9
Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder | S#8t Iron Pipes 12 sunt ne, een
Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow! Gouda Cheese, 2 cases Indian Perfume

Brushes, and many others.
H, P, CHEBSMAN & CO. LTD., Middle
Street. Distributors, Dial 3382.
25.8.51—Tn

SUIT—(1) Gents’ Navy Serge Suit and
other items, Chetwood, Cheapside
1.9.51—1n.

TYRES—4 Second Hand Heavy Duty
600 x 16 Firestone Tyres. Apply: J. B
King, St. Thomas. 1.9.51—1In.









TYRES: (3) Motor Car Tyres and Inn Car Tyres and Inner
Tubes. Dunlop 550—16. ‘almost new).
Dial—244 Bank Hall. 1.9.51—2n



We have in stock “No 7 Fever Mix-
ture” recommended for Colds and
Influenza or La Grippe Price 2/- bot
Knight's Ltd. 1,9.51—2n

PUBLIC NOTICES

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









NOTICE

The Drawing which was to have taken



7 :H.P, Austin Car and One (1) er | Registrar of Trade Marks.
Sports Cycle is now drawn and won! 90 8. 51—0n
by Ticket No. 158 (First Prize) and; a
Ticket No. No. 444 (2nd Prize).
‘som! TAKE NOTICE
NOTICE TEX-SHRUNK

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

(b) 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 26th day of August,

CARRINGTON & SEALY

1951

Solicitors for the Commissioners of;



Highways for the Parish of
St. George 30.8 bare
NOTICE
The Estate of

EDITH PARRIS —deceased

persons having any debt or claim against

ulars of their claims duly attested .o the

before the ist day of December 1951

distribute
among the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard only

be Hable for the assets or any part there-
debt or eclairn I shall not have had no*ice
without delay
Dated this Ist day of September 195)
GEORGE B. EVELYN,

Will of Edith Parris,—Deceased

1.9.51—3n



‘8 THE TURTLE SHOP

MARINE HOTEL

DIFFERENT THINGS
1.9.51—I1n

Singer Treadle of

and 180 ft, depth at Maxwell reasonable |

and other) Want to buy, sell, or build,

place at the Polar Bear Bar of one (1) ]

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

the Estate of EDITH PARRIS who died | wil) be received by the undersigned not
in this IslangSon the 17th day of June) jater than Monday, 10th September,
1951 are h ¥ required to send partic-! )954

undersigned George Birt Evelyn, in care | Parochial Treasurer,
of Messrs. Cottle Catford & Co., No. 17 St. Philip.
High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or 1,9, 51—2n

after which date I shall proceed to——
the assets of the deceased

to such claims as I shall
then have had notice of, and I will not

of so distributed to any person of whose

And all persons indebted to the said estate
are requested to settle their indebtedness

The Sole qualified Executor of the

|
A
|

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
28.38.51—-E.D







The undersigned will offer for Sale at
public competition at their Office, No.
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 14th day of September, 1951 at 2
p.m.:—

The two-storied Dwellinghouse known
as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon
the same stands and thereto belonging,
containing by admeasurement 6,422
square feet or thereabouts, situate at
10th Avenue Belleville, St. Michael.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs
L. L. Toppin, 5th Avenue, Dial 2736,
For further particulars and conditions
Sale, apply to:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
26.8.51.—N.E.D

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

One (3) Acre spot of land at Maxwell.
Also building sites with 70 ft frontage







price per sq. ft, Contact B. A. Brooks,
at Dunoon Rockley or Phone 8162 be-
tween 9—11.30 a.m, or 2—4 p.m. if you!

28.8.51—6n.





AUCTION

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

% have been instructed by the Water-
works Dept. to sell at their yard, Coler-
idge Street on Tuesday next 4th. Sept-
ember at 2 p.m. One Ford Truck.
Terms Cash. D'ARCY A SCOTT.
Auctioneer, 31.86.51—4n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

BY recommendations of Lioyd Agents
we will sell on TUESDAY the 4th Sep-
tember at our Mart, High Street, 160
Valises, 199 Drums One-O-One; 2 Sew-
ing Machines, 2 Car Tyres, 9 Wash
Basins, 13 Cases Fruit Essences, and also





and Cosmetic
Sale 12.30 o'clock TERMS CASH

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
1,9.51—2n



TAKE NOTICE

PYREX

That CORNING GLASS WORKS, a
corporation of the State of New York,
United States of America, Manufacturers,
whose trade or business address is
Walnut Street, Corning City, New York,



State, U.S.A., has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part
“A™ of Register in respect of glass

products of all kinds, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 30th day of August 1951, unless
fome 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,
H, WILLIAMS,

1951.





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 appiied 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
goth 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

at NOTICE
Tenders for the conveyance of Paup-
ers:
(a) From any part of
the Aimshouse.
{b) From the Almshouse
eral Hospital.





the Parish to

to the Gen-

P. Ss. W. SCOTT,



















BARBADOS ADVOCATE



charge week 72 cents 7)

ents a word week—4 cents a),

CHANCERY SAL E





indermentioned property will be set up t the Registration Office
Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 oor and 2 em p the &
te specified and if not u sold it will be set up on each succeeding
t the same place and during the same hours until sold. Full particulars on

application to me



Plaintiff JAMES ARTHUR TUDOR

Defendant: MERTON CLEMENT HURDLE
PROPERTY: ALA. THAT certain piece or parce! of land situate at Welchmar

Halli in the parish of Saint Thomas and Island foresaid containing by
simeasurement Three Roods sevegteen Perches or thereabouts fof which ares
Foy erches are in the Public Road hereinsiter mentioned) abutting and bound:r
or ds formeriy of McDonald Chandler but now of doe Cave on lands of thi

lands row or late of one Mayers on lands of

Highland Plantation and on the Public Road or however else the same muy abut
and bound T ther with the messuage or dweliing house and all and singular
other the buildings and erections thereon
UPSET PRICE: £1900. 0 0
Date of Sale: l4th September,

estate of William Small, deceased. on

195)

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chance: y
31.8.51—3n

—_—$——$$ $$$ $$$















wv? appointment to view, phone Mrs
ellamy, 8365 22.8. 51-~t.f.7
ROOSEVELT — Maxwell Coast Road
ully furnished. Good Seabathing. Avail
ble Ist. October, Phone 30 That R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, a corporation organized and
1.9.51—t.f.n 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
WANTED 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 td register the same after one month from
EI the 30th day of August 1951, unless some } on shall in the meantime give notice
H P in duplicate to me at m/ office of opposition of such registration The trade mark
K_W a Sa Mater a —— |can be seen on application at my ome
COOK Jante in St Peter, exper a this 24th day of August 1951 - "
fences coox for email family, ‘midaie-| - ***4 H. WILLIAMS,
aged, must live in, Apply Box-—D.E.F Registrar of Trade Marks,
31 8.51—3n $0 ¢.51—an
GIRLS 2 Skilful Shirt Makers must
be willing to learn to make other | , 4
Garments. Apply E. B. Marshall | GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Eagle Hall Road, Dial 5011 t :
9.51—In
a
LADY—For office at Hotel Royal . " "
Apply in writing and in person to the HOUSECRAFT CENTRE, BAY STREET
Mans,§er 31.8.51--t.f.n : : . : : he
aacat oa a The following programme of Evening Classes* will open at the
Ss M Youn Energetic es~ . thei ; " - a
oe on Commission basis, |Housecraft Centre, Bay Street, from Monday 17th September, to
Good eee ern Apply _ } Friday, 30th November, 1951.
so: 0 Solonial vertising Co., > | Weets -s a neal
herd Street Fs sian | Monday—4.30—6.00 P.M. Tasty Dishes and Table laying.



Accountant offers sound training to |
several ambitious juniors Applicants
must be prepared to study and qualify, |



Progressive salary, study leave and

free theoretical tuition Excellent pros-

pects Apply in own handwriting

stating age, details of business expe

rience, if any, and education P. 0

Box 50 1.9. .51—2n.
MISCELL



EOUS

WANTED TO BU Y
OLD SEWING MACHINE out of use.
Good prices peid. Apply to Mrs. Vaughn,
Corner of Fatrehild and Prokyn Streets
21,7,51—8n









WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Small House by the Sea
for six months or longer must be in
Worthing or St. Lawrence and must
hove a telephone. Dial 8370
1.9, ML2n, |

- TAKE NOTICE |
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 Am. tea, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of
tobacco of all kinds and for ail 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.
Datec this 24th day of August,
H WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks





1951

20.8. 51-8n

TAKE NOTICE
VICTORY



That FOTHERGILL & HARVEY
LIMITED, a British Company, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business
address is Harvester House, 37 Peter
Street, Manchester 2, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
méerk in Part “A” of Register in
respect of drills being piece goods
wholly or mainly of cotton, and will
be entitled to register the same after

cne month from the 30th day of August

1951, unless some person sball 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, 195!
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Macks
8.51—8n

FARCE ICRI :
T0O-DAY'S NEWS FLASH









eae

The M.C.C. Book for the young

} cricketer Contributions b y
several of the leading cricket-
ers of the day With prologue
by Sir Donald Bradman 11/-

JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
———
CHEAP MIRRORS: —

22x 16 inches
24x18 .
30 x 20 ‘

Just opened by
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE

mS

i

SSS

vy es
NOTICE

Neither the Master nor the

Agents of the British s,s.

“COULGARVE” will be re-

sponsible for any debt or

debts contracted by the crew

of this vesse] during her stay

at this port.
R. W. CHISLETT,



WE ARE BUYERS

| We buy

| STAMPS
| Collections,
| Covers,

anything connected with |
Sheets, Single Stamps
Accumulations and
Good prices Paid at the
CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY
3rd Floor, No. 10, Svar St





G. A, Service’s
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY |

“Tell me what you like,

and I'll tell you what
are.”

| Ruskin

like

you

| If you good food

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Hours: 10 a.m.—2 p.m.
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10 a.m. —Il2 o'clock Saturdays.
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Smocking.
Cake and Pastry Making.
Advanced Pattern Drafting.
Caribbean Cookery.
Advanced Dressmaking
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Simple Handicrafts.
Butlering Simple Dressmaking
classes will take place at the Housecraft
Centre between 10 a.m.—12 Noon and between 2 p.m.—5 p.m, on
Wednesday 5th and Thursday, 6th September, 1951
Fees must be paid in advance for thé term at the time registering.
5*~ for each course in Sewing, Pattern Drafting, Smocking and Handi-
crafts. 13/- for each course in Cake and Pastry Making, Cake Icing,
Tasty Dishes and Table Laying, Caribbean Cookery and Butlering.
2/- will be refunded at the end of the term to all students who
attend 75% of the classes

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Compensation For ®8ritish Interests In French Nationalised
Gas And Electricity Undertakings
An Agreement has been concluded between the Government of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Treland and the Gov-

| ernment of the French Republic relating to the terms of compensau

for British interests in French nationalised gas and electricity under-
takings,

British nationals who are the present owners of such interests and
who wish to claim compensation under the Agreement may obtain
further information about the provisions of the Agreement and
the procedure for the submission of claims thereunder, on application
at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

The French Government have agreed to an amendment of the
Agreement to provide for an extension of the time-limit for the sub-
mission of declarations of acceptance, until the 11th September, 1951.

31.8.51—-2n.



VACANT POST
Relief Marine Officer, Trinidad Government Service,

Port Services Department

Applications are invited for the post of Relief Marine Officer,
Trinidad Government Marine Service, Port Services Department.

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

The salary of the post is in the seale $2,400—120—$2.880 per
annum but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the scale
at a point commensurate with his previous experience and qualifica-
tions. A commuted overtime allowance of $25 per mensem is payable
on salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable on
salary in excess of $2,400 per annum. shore quarters are not provided
but in the case of officers recruited from overseas an allowance equal
to the difference between 10% of salary and rent paid is payable to an
officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an allowance equal to the
difference between 10% of the salary and 5% of the annual value
of furniture supplied in Government furnished quarters is payable to
an officer who rents furnished quarters. Allowances in both cases
are subject to a maximum of $50 per month for a married officer
whose family resides with him or $30 per month in the case of an
officer whose family is not residing with him and $20 per month for
an unmarried officer,

Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all, Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of the officer,
free passages on leave for the officer, his wife and children subject to
a maximum of three adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two
years in the first instance, subject to his passing a medical examina-
tion, and will be required to contribute to the Provident Fund.

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not

later than the 7th of September, 1951. 18.8.51—3n

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1 (From Our Own Correspondent) Barbados deft B.C Tommy Nelson, U.S. boxer If you suffer sharp stabbing
" LONDON. August 31 their Table Tennis tourna: eaten in one round by Arthur 00 ressure pains, if joints are swollen, it
f] i » AURUSE 91 Y.M.P.C , J : 7 7 f 1S your is poisoned
; Eve nh Weekes. Bacuy’s brilliant. West Indian Test bat M.P.C, on.Thursday nig tr oward at Wempbley, stopped If you have pains around the heart, (a) feouk in ae eianey uetion.
ee acu] iar 5 dian i1e@st Dats- Jarge crowd that attende iw L/Cpl. E. Ludlam’ in the third palpitation, dizziness, headaches at - Other symptoms of Kidney
4 man, may be playing for another club next year. Cespite Norman Gill, 1951 champio 56 und at Manchester ton and Lack of head and above eyes, Disorders are Bockoche, Ach-
th a cae heaehsd ten testi . : ? } - ere CS eee cic as heck a emma shortness of breath, feel nervy, or suf- | ing Joints and Limbs, Sciatica,
the fact that his contract still has 12 months to run two matches to Geor L eR Se: ‘ fer from poor sleep, loss of memory Neuritis, bu : Conan
‘ is t pos le outcome of ———————————— Monty Moore The U.S. amateurs repeated and ene indigestion, worry and up mages, = ‘ncMing
‘ rift between the play Louis Stoute, 1951 rr their 6—4 Wembley vict - fear, yo rouble is probably caused | susness, Circles under raing,
: na the b. wt tan play ¢ cig d “y ope } melt i Be il ¢ ireenid ns 5 lam deputised fo r noened.” ae i Dam Pisce Fryecare. ae 5 Sesnaaty bese of Energy end, Appante and Fre.
A the club, which has result- secon ria ae © Rie Se Be iW am deputised fo - | mysterious disease that causes more | went ; Cette, Cia. Cocinese |
ed in Weeke eing suspended. Gay in the finals won all three of U.S. did not take the lead until) deaths than neer, because the | nedicines can't help much — you musi
pi in Bacup’s team tomor- G T . , their gan the ninth bout. in which Peter] symptoms are so common and usually | ft Ne the Feet pee ally compounded
ee Se ae ame o-morr ow ree a tie ed mistaken for some simple ailment. If i Sone nad asa on aes sick kidneys
row wil taken by the Austra- tesults were as follow sates was outpointe you suffer from any of these symp- | {\a°bladder and remove acids and poisons from
lian all rounder, Vic Jackson of THE second pra " N omits Gil mn AAs At + toms, your life may be endangered by- t system safely, quickly and surely, yet con-
Teen daion ba fit ; a Yorman_ Gill beat Michas (British boxers first).—biywetent: A.| fyeart Trouble or a paralytic stroke, | ‘eins no harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex
4 é 1 opens tomorro Y Us 1 ‘ Brancker (B.G.) 21 17, 2116 Jones beat W. Peacock, points; bantam: | and you should start treatment at works in 3 ways to end your troubles
eeke 5 today stated that he continues on Thursday h a Campbell Greenidge beat Monty 7: Nicholls beat E. Dejesus, points; | once. The very first dose of Noxco | |. Starts killing the germs which are attacking
did net know why he had been Sunday Yth of Sepre rat Ken- Moore (B.G.) 15—-21, 21—17, tention: _b- Lewis lost to L. Waters, | Gormerly. known 9s Hynox), a new your Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System
suspended, but intimated the sington Oval, co:nm« iy t 1.230 9 . points; licht: F. Reardon beat J. MeGui medical discovery, reduces High Blood in two hours, yet is absolutely harmless to
ha : 1 L ima’ ed hat he sington Val,» Cx enc aL 1.0 21-—16 gan, points; lightweight: D. Tarrier lost Pressure and makes you feel years human tissue
vould like to leave Bacup if the P.m, each day. Louis Stoute beat George Lopes to J. Hackney, points; welter: J. Ma younger in a few days. Get Noxco | 2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison-
chance arose ‘Tne seam; are BG.) 22—24 21—15. 2117 loney lost to R. Gwinn, points; Mght-} from your chemist today. It is guar- ee which your system hes be~
aa ee eae Alleyne. (Cap C. Brad- ° ¢ hell Gree » oli middle: B, Wells beat R. Sandy, points; } anteed to make you feel well and :
: He will not leave League eric ke : Alera ss 0 Mer re : campbe il eer ee Mi- middle: E. Ludlam Jost to T.' Nelson,| strong or money back on return of |* Sirengihens, sh einrigertat diaese-atteak
oO ver, and wa yulte decided v, & ¢ - Grant, ©, #2! 4 m chae srancker <2 Li, @ oa; stopped 3rd; P. Bates lost to J. Bouti- empty package. the delicate filter organism, and stimu-
that he would not cualify for any ‘iolder; Rh. Hutchinson; N. Lucas; Normar Gill lost to George lier, points: A. Worrall lost to N, Lee, . foto the aniite a .
English county side : Cc. B. Lawless; Marchall, G. Lopes 19—21, 19—21; points ’ DPraived by Dectors, Chemists, ond |
; Proverbs; A. M. Taylor; and.G Louis Stoute beat Monty Moore —————— rs ee ciate aa cae =... One-time Sufferers St
cup came down to Wood 23—-21, 22-20 ; Opsten % suprased Ne Dees womerers trom the
La on speci to see ‘Weekes W. Farmer (Captain); A Campbell Greenidge beat George ; \ y ~ troubles shown above. Mr FS C. wriees ot oe
today to find out his point of view, Atkins; E. Atkinson, K 30wen; Lopes 21-12, 21—14 70 years old aad have suffered w' errible |
. . : " bs ti Hy gettin at
but as Weekes w not in full K. 3 une iW Cusnnite: . Louis Stoute 4 beat. Biche! | J peeeheameeskanee 35 Cyaten fer much better
| pe ssion of the facts their meet- E. L. G, Hoad, King; fF rancker 21—17, 21—17 and Nor-| * than I have been for years.” Mr. “The
- . , . oy th i-
) i did not get them anywhere, King; H Db ome W. man Gill lost to Monty Moore | wonders ear, Oi aaa cin bos hee
t Jeckes tr alle. sack Smith; and K. Walcott. 17—-21. 21—18, 21—-10 would stil! be worth double.” -
Week ravelled back > Put You Right
te hire with his West Indian . | Guorenteed to ‘ou
colicagues, Ramadhin and Wer- . ; , Or or Money Back ‘
je " | \\ Get Cystex from your chemist
| : iy , . os today. Give it a thorough test.
H uspensior ill make nter u ennis ¢ l ° bh ¢ l tv Cystex Is guaranteed to make
f ° . ‘ ~- r, ronger,
differ ce his fortheomine vu I e l a l l 3 eee severy, WAY, in 24
of Australia with the West Indie ° hours and to be completely
1 & well in 1 week or your money
* back if you return the empty
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TU "i 2 shied upe P the name on the (4 subsidiary company of — a
E TURIN, Aug. 29 Ee ; ; me Med upon. Look for the name 0: n iuipontdl Ciheontoa! “Batustrias 150.) CRYPTOQUOTE NO.
The T Football Club de- The Barbados Amateur Lawn Tennis Association proposes| Slider pull ;
clined to confirm or deny the re- to hold an Inter-Club Tournament between the clubs be , GEDDES GRANT LTD Pet PbO DRY VEYDU RGD
port that the Argentine crack cen- : + 4s ; Agents. ne one
Sh nie longing to the Association, during October, NRSYE. VPRQUPFW.
tre forward Jose Florio will play re The member clubs seven in Last Crypt; What shadows we |
in the forthcoming Italian tourna- Tm git? ; Khe Deviant cs ihe es are, what shadows we pursue !
: number—are being notified of this —_— a as —BURKE.
ment. Reports from South America ai ti land the ‘susemen ot tim L.F.74
said that Florio had been pur- DrOE ¥ ; : a a Senet SS ere arnetiesnonremrs Fp ee ee is | J. A. CORBIN & 3ONS.
hased by Torino for some $70,000 venture depends on the co-opera- nl : ;
orean a Taencaets tion of these clubs "OS ET ETE
This is the highest figure eve1 T! lut Ht seed :
: > a yi > > » CO-
paid for an Argentine player Be) ORO Wy) ae eee a seal
Local football officials are doubt- operate by lending two (2) or
. a roe preferably three (3) courts on cer-
ful about the figure .
eRe ! . ‘ain afternoons, and provide balls ERNIE’S
Ever since the air crush in 1949 and ball boys. Any bar takings, |
hic’ . - . he circular goes on would be to
in which their entire team was e circu f
wiped out, Torino heave been in a the advantage of the club. It i | Democracy Club
very tough financial situation, Ia proposed to use the courts at Belle- |
the past tournaments, the club’s ville, Strathclyde, Sum hayes ERNIE wishes it to be known to |
anave mabile ranlace anc Cable & Wireless The his friends that he lays any horse
ain i ays meee : , a ire ayo m ite hes ‘to be 6} iyed are, 3 double in any race at Pari-Mutuels odds |
rough new purchases all of the ae we ne . . for the Arima ting
players lost, had to include in ihe and 1 single, which means that} . " eT |
teiim several elements of the junior seven (7) members from each “ion Sg you ot aroleee yr the |
nT Seatn * « net « - ay est eve » leave Hollar ome |
squad, Torino managed, however, ¢ Au » Ww ili pave a chance to play. a ees ae aes. en s ee rs |
to avoid falling to the lower fhe doubles to be the best of 15; Then you will never ask for any |
league division. Lately the club games, or whoever wins 8 games; other 1.0.51—1n
} been known to be negotiating fir and each pair will have a ’
with the Brazilian player Yessu chiace to play one another in “4
Amalfi, but no announcement has rotation. The Singles to be the
been made so far as to the result best of 3 sets. \
of these negotiations.—U.P. if you are willing to participate All roads lead to— ;
fhis proposed Tournament, SUGAR HILL CORNER CLUB}
——_— — ‘ . tomorrow night
would you please nominate, a Messrs, CARL DEANE & HUBERT
Captain, and not more than 9 SMALL, invite one and all to their
+ players. Your reply must reach NCE
TEST MATCH us by the 15th September, as the| si AL L -
- Tournament is due to start the first | TOMORROW — Gept. 8, 198)
AVERAGES MISS KAY TUCKER—one of Brit- week in October SUGAR HELL CORNER CLUB
ain’s leading Lady tennis singles The B.A.L.T.A. will be ip haku ADMISSION Sey
ENGLAND—BATTING players. charge of the Tournament which Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens’ Ork
1 ied is being held under its auspices. Refreshmetas on Sale
Not Highest | I Buses leave Palmetto Square at
Mmns.out.Rns $1008. Avr , i ‘ ises leave Ps Sque
P. May 3 71 138 1 57.00 | Tennis Centre 8 p.m, Sharp
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i Hutton 9 2 378 100 1 54.00 | WHAT S ON TODAY At the same meeting of the Teensportatee -sieuee after
D. Compton 6 312 112 1 52.00 Cc \. it xe i hat’t? he Dance
R r 1 195 137 1 25 Dalien : ‘ ouncl was proposed tha 1e
7 De 4 Police Courts—10.00 am, Court at Enmore, Collymore. Rack SSS
W. Watsor 40 «79 | Second day's play of the SETA: Gal ited Set At TA —__ —__ -__________-—
¥. -owson " ‘ a Fourth Series of First Di- sneur eG . Used a8 sfhahe & +f LESSSSSSSSSSS POPP OPOFE,
a ( 49 51 vision and Intermediate centre, under the jurisdiction of x q
: ’ 1 46 27 Cricket games and the First the Association. With the ap- % THE ANNUAL DANCE %
3 Wardle ; ae san Day of the Sixth Series of proval of all concerned, an agree-t % ,
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Also batted D. Brenna rious grounds: — courts put in order, ¥ : al x
Evans 5, 0, 0, 2: T, Gravene Wanihe x Mr. IVAN FORDE x
Hilton 9: D. Shackleton 14, 5 ‘ Wanderers vs. Combermere at =n , ni ve aa $ (Better known as PETER? %
ham Jd, 1; R ttersall Asap See Bay; Spartan vs Empire at 1e member clubs ot the ¥ bs BS wi aoe x
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BOWLING at Carlton; Lodge vs, Pick- merhayes, Cable and _ Wirele,s §§ (Kindly lent by the agement) %
Balls per | wick at Lodge; and College Strathclyde, Premier, Melwei and x ; Ae OES i oi
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M. Melle M7 date: 9.27 inch . : K\o& ; 7 4
N. Mann 932 93 264 10 of Bresdway 145 & 8 80 Highest Tomperature: 5.0 °F x kemember. ae ~ x Gerald Bannister, Clyde x
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SATl'RDAV. SEPTKMBI.R 1. 1151 BARBADOS AOVOCATF •M.I SI YIN CLASSIFIED ADS. ^^L^V^ ~, !" L !" L., Tiimnal tana ni II ..at* i" lasak* bah* . %  .. ** CHANCERY SALE TRLIPHOMI IBM II >! % %  § p*a nuSHr Nit tDIM) -On A4-H Jilt. IVI. a> lit am today IM in, stssSSun < %  .t*r> OUJB CUflf. CUW.I CUHl and % %  ^lark* 1 Oil|| tdward Algar-.ori Elmo das-** -IMII VI 1#" Pro* pact St JMIN Scholar and mem i,*t at CLI Mil lunar. i H 4m w at 4 p %  "Irphm Church Md (Mane* Weburv Cauun Egbert ••clock t Ai.g..*l 11.1 i-wan Villas. % %  At* Tl war k**v* I-.-J..., ii otntn< I .r St •Ml at halt Mtcl i Mr. I. • %  Hi* ar* invii*eaj UMi l-l OB..UM O....itl -Win Brd< pa, %  rood .-on Eat* Quit I • 11I II -31 %  AMBS Ajmit'R TiTMiiIie<-r.anl sdFlrToS i 1 t vjcNT Mil*. %  • %  •STY AU THAI i. •-,.. pi-, Bfil lllrt K..O.I at .uaw OOTON mutATB-T. Sat*. rutnlOwu hVua*. I'ppPr B*I I 4lU Vwi and An asm Cluhe All > IMP eanvanlenca* Appar • %  > pnm t > SI—I Nd, Onnsl .all darcaI'lantalean anal a*i tr I* I %  meaauage ... "* ">-•• %  ihateaLaA,!. ml %  i wl na.t .l..ut.hg and bound r %  .la ol one '.i %  -IMthe tank* mi) abut iand ill ,1 • %  WOattJiY DOWN' ..loataai it Ta* (Rack. C* Cn n-ea.il, .nMnpriiZ — — 1MT Maoel in pod having lite* MTMM with conNCWM I FLAT Oft Clue Water* TfttKf. newl r* se.-,.ood Dial-i * as* bath* U*|a os-UMl* B*J-til with ipai.au. cupboard* Pne*. 31 • Jl-*n laiT Two-car gars** i.o **.,tu .1* 1H-I( Laundry. Fa* fuitlMt Nr> %  %  — i an,:. Ra>h A Innl. laaaa* FLAT-At t Marv*i V,rra ( a Apt I *• TW MM i f li—jA M Fonlaualla "tionaJMi .laaa Data uf Bala AH—On* VauKhail \*ah> I MO—41 tleu. W tmatlam rai.dil.a-i Low *iilBay Dial--Mid CdUrMPI Q*iw u a 'i TAKE NOTICE CAR On* Vuh'll l| d-na • i-.tM) kilaa. Ilk* naw. Phaatp MR. . . Kincit or dNa> Cyril SMUU I SI In 1 tUtiaa 90 l; a .„ -ft,,* pj^j, — H*u^ ]•>• %  %  Mhdal | „ ,' hitCAJJ an ThOMiM Land. Claphaan ||*. II • 91CAR On* DoaKa Car %  ood uoiklnc tondition cBar rafuaad Phona dfbl Kouaa JO fiinlPhM. I Spal pf fan at Ad.anl Rnad. Pntpart* in T*a*did* Bank rid I MOTOR DYKE T),a Atncl tguata Motor Byk. No rMaonabla alua Apply C Spancat. tlllU if RindIT 3S4J jo 1 SI The lollo*ind <..!• in a.calWnl OMt* ditlon ; Doddc Cuitom Rrtfan — Fluid tilva latwoluUly A-l 1.100 00. VauxhaU \>ain II p I Too 00. ifaa HilLm-n IW 0. IMS-4T HII.K.OI :u* CO. I...J l-'afarl IM 00 Cobr & Co Ud Ba> dk Ptobyn Alivrt' 30 I H (n m M^%aM*4?'! land Itara r*a>onah.a T*._,% R*ally CMPHHH Aandi Madu I *.a*1 Dial %  *! 1 4 I rt MMMMI MM Matk*r*ra Hom. M. datt un4i>mt %  lina**. S Badrnruna aa-' .,. •al -*r*a Carag* and arrvaotda 11 win MM all aaiviraa .it'id.iu: da* *orrttard appanun alrlv naif an i -i,,-. i I t I i Th* Ltddcrauincd will D n>< fn ftal* at .iKitron.patmon at InaU OnVa No 1. hipti Stict UlrldtaiuBn. on frlta' nth. n. ot Vplrabn IMI. a) j w V ' XHA1J II hp Salaon HOI. i iM.-wumii [,, i ,.,., ol our l*l.rd fat hat (..van („. ling raorth wh.. (Ml \ XMh. 10W. It doaan'l na*d a aparial da> To fertmg con to out Tha daya .. do nat ifeUR % %  ( PJBJ Atr vcty hard to find For what purpoa* Lord 1 rannoi aa Bui all la wall that > don bt Thaa Rvar to h* tamambrrad l.y v..mired Joi*ph Cirlton .*or.i. Clarlaaa tlary Anntr. Owandolyti. Mm A MoMfetn 'Dautfhtaf lantha Grava nlacaand five urandchltdrcn I t SI-In ELECTRICAL RIFRinERATOR-Cr. I'S A. manufaci „tr. %  .JIMP Dial Mia THE COTTAGE OUT MtOP otandtni %  >r SUdD •dt.air faal u | ^i^. adfoanltuj tha %  arbaejaa Aq.iatK Out. ODtMhar -iih ttu> Goodwill and A.aai. af iha MJM, n->w farrlad on undVi |h* MM I MM INKPECTION on Mond.tya Watnrada-a and Pi Ota n. Idl w w n in* nau • r>l 4 and pm aat apptwaimi n UM pramtaaa F>.t l.nlnat p-.i-uUr. and ,~ondiliaw % %  ( -alapa<. u. COTTUaT. CATFORD Ca Si %  51 lln Mil I \k |n loving memory dearlv balovd who fall aalaep on ISth Saptrn fin .IIIIN and %  |. Loved and rripeclad wherev F\er to be r*n,ai.Ju-t*d (daughter). Odeaaa iBrolhan, Mrt Walnu Yard* iNuwei Dania Goddam iNaphaw. | t Sl-ln HIl.TMIIOItin to d*r tnolnar Da pariad Ihlo Ufa Ethalbrrt. Hillary .So vs %  atanll MM Wlltahire who n teptemba^. I*I> lllahlra pand< PraMan. Clavaianrt Enid. Odadi.ilhtI t Sl-ln 11%. GOVERNMENT NOTICE FUR M1V KE LIVESTOCK SI'ANIBI, Maiimni Sun PhanaOH T1 ii..an*d will odfar lor *ala at puhllr dimpetitinn M thMr oinea. 4o IT Hill Itieet. BrMCet.mii oaj r, .< %  > ihe llh OaU of M|Moanhi. 1M1. al I The dwallinghouM V tl O Wit M "UVM VUJJ6. -llh in. Una) whereon the aam* atanda and tn*f*to lelongm,. oont-lnlruj bj -dmeaauren-tm *aa .quare ( H( or thenaboula. ..nd tna oul buildinga Ihaiato, Utualr on the Sea, al Haatlnfv Ctirlai Ctturch. ujolnina: Hotel Royal Inapaetian any day a*pt Hundayi, i-lwr*n lha hour of It nrjon and S p m. For further particular*, and mndlttom ol Mir .pply M— COTTLE, CATFOBD CO M 0 M-E n r - %  BL>1 Muioll Coa.i 1 0 SI Road) Avail HVtllli HELP IK B-al lad in SI Prla. npM UEF 1 be -illio. M Warn In make lhat diarmenta A.-*l> > H Maraha.l Batla Halt Ho*d. Dial SOU 1 • *1—In i .. ... 'ii-, 1 BM0h|0l al %  > Borai SAIJMMEN. Young EnefMUe i*n KtnpHoed on %  ...... ..IIII Adv*i!n.n (• %  > Bal*a> baata n pa*. H %  That R %  • M|. .lolina. Unl BBTMOLD* T .iiAi n : lha State i MMMOi it Imp H % %  I ttataa od America. Mam Hi a tiada mark In Patt A .. i ut.nellei. ciaan unoklnd niokrn and am.IT and will be lln 30th div ol Aud.nl IMI. in i%  •lean North Applied lor lha leaul.-tion leaped of (.•baecn of all kind, ami Im .... p r ddkj r la. produci' io limed 1* laalMer the aame aft*r m.mlh Iraan B i.a aajajpi The tiada mark IV.lt t %  %  at* 0M0 i T M • %  GOVEKNMEM NOTICES IHU'NKKAET CENTRE. BAY STREET Tha toUowlnjj pioirammi' ol Evtmng rin<* will i StrMrt, rton Mondaj nth spptpmiwt to Friday. 30lh Novt-mbct. 1951 Monday—4 30—6 00 P.M. Aicouiitant offer, BDUIHI uamlfuj M ^eieial ^mbilwua (union Ap|M*cant TuesOSV mini be prepare*! to .iuO\ .md qualify Prudraoua aalary, %  todv laava lr*a theoretical lullloi. r.irllant bed) Apply in OWn tiandwriUM* alaOlna aee. detail* ol Bok W dlHTi It! i 30—8 00 1* M 4.30—8 00 1' M p"^" Thiirday-4.S0-C.D0 P.M. %  MECHANICAL BICYCLES -Hen EM (-. BlBlMI RMPI mcaa coui"* G M Dial '"* UII: MACHINF. HI peifee 1 in KB One hand aWwmg MBTMIM MACHNEH TWO i> Singer Treadle Kcchine at trrol Miliinglon *khmldt. .-la oarriaon. | si—n JAMAICA GOVERNMENT KAIL WAV Application for Pol of DraughUmati-Survryor Applications are invited from Qualified persons not over the tie of 45 .• %  .ii -, for the pensionable post of Draughtsman-Surveyor in the Combined Engineering Branches IC.vil fc Mechnnical) of the Jamaica Government Railway. 2. Applicants should be able to desifm and prepare specifications for umldliiifs and other EnKlneciinit Worka. supervie the actual ioii>iruction of minor Engineertw Works, .mil carry out levelling and "iirveying. and shot.Id I* qualified, and experienced In Mechnnical Drawing and machine design and be abkto proRjMUw m.chanical specifications. 3. The salary is In Ihf 5ralc l!75 a year rising by iiuifim-n!^ 01 ES.'i t.> CMO .i y.v.i The nuixiinuiii ..In. may bt> offered to a suitable candidate. Th ;ippuititment will lie subject in lha poaai n i of the prow medical examination as to physical fitness and will be on probation for a period of three years. 4. Applications in writing. stating qualifications and experience, should be addressed to thGeneral Manager, Jamaica Government Railway, and will be received up to the 15th of September. 1951. (Sgd.) E HAMILTON. Acting Genriiil MmMsT 18.8.51._2n. MPIA • Portable Typa Writeralt of Iheic World Rrnownod r. now In Rock For fuMher patDU1—31M A C Si HILL Tha undenajned will offer tar Sal* at public competition at then Office. No 11 High Street. Bridgetown on ETMay lha 14th day ol September. |M at 3 Tho lwo-*tor!*d DwoHlatJppuM knoon at CONIBTOM". wlta lha land a.heteoM lha same *t.nda and (hereto belonging, •ontalning by admeaau re man t %  *l. aqua re leal or thoroabauU. alluaOe a< lOlh Avenue Hellcvl.le. St Mtetuial Inapedlon bi appolnlnuinl with Mr. I. L Toppin, .'it. Avenue. Dial TTM For further paiticu'ai-. and conditloni I of sale, apply M: — COTTLE. CATFORD AT CO UM H r. v Pla MISCELLANEOUS Comer of l.i'tvhild or 8t Lawrsowft *'i ma-' -lephona Dial BST0 I I M—Bn Tasty Dishes and Ttble laying Smock inK Cdsfet ami Pastry Making. Advanced Pattern Drafting c.inlibean Cookery. MVanMd Dressmaking Advaiweil Cake Icing. Simple Handicraft*. lUitlerniK Simple Dressmaklil| prill tallg plaMt at the Hounrcral *— 5 HOUBBS at Navy Gardeix it Maiihia. and lite City On* Hi Ane apot of land UM building .He. with TO nd IKIt ru MISCELLANEOUS -..> par .g ft Con Dimoon Hockley .pen •—1130 am. r ant lo Buy. nil. ol Phom COFFEE -O K Coffee. Freah .hi 1 (hi* lai'ourlle packaged coffee gM e had from >our grocer II I J AUCTION TAKE NOTICE j>RINCEALBERT I 30--6.00 P M Registration for all classes Centre between 10 i.m I] Noon and 1*1 ween 2 Wfinesday 51li .md Thursday, fith September. 1951 r--. %  mug* be paid tn (idrauv for the" term at the flint n.. 5 t"i OsaCtl coins.* in Sewing. IV.Hern Diatting. SmrxkniK .mil ll-ndiCMftl 13 Tor each courw In Cake and Ptslry Making. Cake king; l istj DlihBt and Table Laying. Caribbean Cookery and ksuUtfing 2-' will be refundad it the end of the term to all stifclenls who BttoMd ">'•'' %  of the classes Department of Education 27th August. 1951 19 51 2n CAMFJtA -Kodak 19. Al New. price "a hundred dollar* Fltt. Knight* Ltd ''( Pharmacy. I1JSI-T F N Gl NTS HATH TRUNKS: Woollen •Verting Qui.mv. Maroon Colour M II *-. "on'l lot get lo Buifor your nel Seabath at Klrpulani. SI Swan Stieei AI.VANIZBD SHEETS —1ft M gauge IS M each Limited number onlv m Ralph Ite.ird'. Show Ronn lo-ei Bay at | t 11—In rn.l.ER BRUSHES—New .hlpment. all kind* Fuller Bruohe* including Ladw* PrlatkKombs. Oent'i Brlitlecomba. Toolh r.'uihe*. Dentnl Plate Biu.haa. Complaxlon Rru*h*a. Bath Bnnhn. Cornb C.innei*. Manicure Ilru.hei, Powder Pruihea. Floor Scrub*, r>bre Bowl BrtNOtaa, aottl man v others h P CIIKBBMAN B rxj LTD Mlddl. Streei bi.mtmtofi Ot .1 3.TSJ UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hava been instructed By th* W.ier, %  orliB Depl to sail al theli vard. Cnler! Wig* Sttvet on Tuesday nem tlh Sepl ti.hri al I p m One lout Trurh Trfma Ca,h Il'ARCY A RtTOTT UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BY leroinmendallon* of Llnvd Agent. .e will aril on TUESDAY the 4th SeprillMl, " Drum. tme-O-Ona 1 SewII g Machine*. 1 Car T-ie.. 9 Wa.h latin*. 11 Caaa* Fruit Eraenres. and al*o B> pe Bhoa.. IS1 Tin. H*I a Foot. M Hand Bap. M 8*4. Dlll FlU.ntur* S :aat lion Pipe* 11 leet long, is Co*** Douda fheet*. 1 rain Indinn Perfume lUVNOIDfl T>HtA(t 0 upoiallon orfnlred SM he law* of the Hl..le o( it-1 Stale* ol An. ti... .i huiina** nddre.. M Sl'. 1. ".Ll .I'M.MorUi Catatlna. Unltad Stale* lea. Manufatluiar.. hai applied I|*aWrat***l al a Had* maik si I" od RegiMei In t.apect of of all kind* and lot a (Igatrtlaa. rlassr*. imoau.t lobac... tobacco product*, prod ,.d %  naK and will r*.>lrr the Sane COMPANY. J • %  IIting utida PHf* fOTM] OrikMO M Putt dnmpensalion Eor "Irtissh InteresU In Freneao Njtli.nailsnl Gaa And fe:iecUltll> I ndertakings Ar. Agratmient hat been concluded between the Government of lha United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and ine Guv11 nment of the Trench Republic relating to the terms of eompen-.-..... f llntish interests In French nationalised gas and electricity undeilaklngt. British nationals who are the pMtnt owners of such interntu and Bfho wish to claim compensation urder the Agreement may obtain further Information about the pr*vlsioris of the Agreement and UM procedure fo. llnui.mission ;i etastaM thereunder, on application .it UM Colonial Sdw-paittry'ii OTflrf The Fri'iitb (imiinmciil ha .<• agreed to an amendment of (hi Agreement lo provide for nn extenslt"• of the 'ime-llmlt for the *ub mission of doMtaraUoni of gcttptaiiea, liaUJ the Itth Seotember. mrii 31.851—2n. ^titled lo OHIKXTAL SOI VI MIIS Gifu. Curios, Jewels Antiques. Ivory. Hllks Etc.. Etc.. Etc. imSm I'r. Wm. Hry. SL :: Dial 3466 Vll nli.ii EDITAT10N in II PRINCIPALS OP COL LEGE8/SCHOOL8 ALL MANAGERS • Graduated Venarualaa School Teacher • Normal I ata—lour year*' TVacher*' Training College arek employment to teach Spanish In college* and school* and, or Iramlatlng Inlerprcling t mercial Brtn*. Wrlle to %  Grow. Far-seeing FURNISHERS are Starting NOW for Christmas i a*d Vanltlea. Slooll. ditead*. Wardrobe.. Clean-ofawer*. CradkM. Bed*. CouelUS*. irhle Top a other WaarHtand* Decoration Tea Ti 1 r-.ilure Morrt* Sprtn| ,i U lls t sssl i-.-hioei*. Tub Suit** and separate piece. Ruin uptight arm and rocking chair* tor grown-up. and childreSi up Bnntoe* al SIB. Electric PL-k-up. and He'd. M Sewing MaclUue*. hand and treadle*. Chain and regular Hitch and* boot-msaing-BUY :.*OW L.S. WILSON twin' n. VACANT P08T Rtlief Mannc Oftlcer. Trinidad Oovernment leivice, Port larvices Departmenl ApplirarTons art Invited toi UM pogl or iteii<-r Mann. I Tiundail Governmtnt M.nn.i Stivm. p..u Snvm" Iseparlnieiit 1 .iiiiiuialea must ba In II MI lot ol i I tetUk %  '<• ol C**h|srtenc) u. HoiBt Trade Master Maiun-r bssWOKl by the Government of TriiiHli.t Or by the Marine Roanl of Jumnica. 01 a certificate of equal nr tiipeiinr value Issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom 01 I '.f the Commonwealth. Il Is desirable but not essential, thai candidates should have had experience In the management ami manoeuvring of tugs Tha salary of the post is In the scale $2,400—120—12 86U pei um but the successful candidate will be allowed to enter the seal nt a point eommensurstr with hi prosVosMM experience and quallflca tlons A rninnnitctl overtime allnvtanii' of $25 per mensem Is payabl 1 salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem is payable 01 lary in excess of $2,400 per annum ..hore quarters are not provided but In the case of officers recruiltWI IsssBJ an allowance equal to the dlReniH-e I-UM-M 10' ,( ,.,i> and rent paid ii payable to an olTlcer who rents unfui'u % %  ><. %  MHBU tUdTBFK tnPEN BI 0SS0M • BLUE H. 4CINTR tJlittciing, %p,.iicss glass. andnowjicrixcvled —just a Idtk? Windolcne tprcad over Ihc glax., ghsj d a moment to dr* then polish it lightly. The result is fjulilcss. sparkling pcrfoction. Windolene rot wikSMwi. HiSSOPI CATMS sfrnefasTotA-iNfaCT wit stsna uaiaci SHIPPING NOTICES ^Mcoa, & !" ^Co. NKW YOB* BBSVtOB ion. An*... IW| Slit NEW t.RI.EANS SERVICE POM hi" BMNAXXJTTI %  \ ALCOA It'HlTAN iaH> HSI \ I arrive, lido* ISO, > SitABt .all! Itth AugUlt -I.i.e. lid... Illh Septan bei IMI in i Pi"-i ND Nassa af ikig S "ALCOA PARTNER" S s AIX'MA PII.UHtM S S M %  %  %  S PFOASlr* CANADIAN MERVICK sail. M.-0..1 Sill. Haiti** Arrlrr. Batbada AuoTUit ath A.ign.l IIUi Auguit ritn aotrtombet U Baturmlwt loth aoptaniber 30ih KOBERT TIIOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF M KVICE. M-l-il ].\ COSTA as CO, LTD—CANADIAN SBKTIOB HARRISON LINE OI'TUAKIi I ROM IHF (MTU. KIM.I.OM VtSMl r'rom Latjf %  Due I \i OMA si \n %  3d HOLAR" SH.K'TORrani MANLondon %  i flnrbedot 18th Au 25th Aug. 17th .Mtli Am; I4U Bt pi Mid Scj.i .IOMIVSARII HiK Nil I NirFII KINGDOM Closet in Vessel for Barfcodo STUDENT ADVISER Uvwpool %  4th Sept. IU Btpf For fsrlher Inroimallun tppl, to . 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I'M.I I M.HI BARBADOS ADVOCATE -\il Klin si I'll Mill R i ri-.l EVERTON WEEKES MA Y LEA VE BACUP No Reason Yet Given For His Suspension ifr'nm Our Own ( ormpondrnlI LONDON, i ;.irit West Iin: II hu 12 moAthi t, run i outi liu' of %  — Second Trial • i < % %  ded. _, ai Mine I o-iiioirov •he Au-slraJaekaon <>( i UI %  i thai he continue, on Tl ui %  a Bll that hi %  .irosc. 'I'm i He will i ft litirbados L.S. Boxers Beat Q.C* Do It Again Pro* ,. %  i hW polni of view, A .... %  i '.\ %  Ml I I i %  ft %  %  % %  %  : %  . %  i Monty M> %  Gaj In HM %  %  • %  : II | I 21 17. If T %  I %  %  •3 SI, •:. 12. 2\ 14 Branckei SI 17, SI 11 1". 21—10. "i. U S liox*r rauad by Arthur tttOpp.Ht OB in the thiri %  ound at Manchester ...•lours repeated their e— Wemblej victory. Lud| allied for Howard ike the lead until .. .h Peter %  I .ilaBI A J.II.M a-ai %  '< MiUI p.nMl tlfc.i r UWH loal ti 1. Waters %  I |M J MeOul%  an. point. IMfcOfiaki I) in J Hum.' i--itrr J M.I tame* km u> R <;-. BeM %  .Mil* II Well. I'll N "amU pomtv -Kl> | 11. I to I Nal.n. .fri|,|il ltd, P Plata, lo-t to J Boull-i o-nnlv Worrall I*-' I P I'l-.n t Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure !.* rat* ml****" I"' i vov aufr-r (i<> faal DM i p. 1u*a ol memory v. r i / '. %  iid Piaaaura. Thla la a r. Uiiuit lha %  %  MM aaaaati nil'lr ailment. If andaaararad .. i %  ir a paralytic atroka, %  ml >"" ahi.uld atari Meatmen! at I *.n tlmi r tl. a nar r a| afcaBOTirr. rrducaai IIl|b III1--I ur f—I >-.rrounKiT in a fw data, ilat Naaca fru'n )"' hetui-t toeajTi It la auaranl.id lu araajf >[t* packaga. I'oothull Club Bins Player For 170,000 N Ttofl iflrm oi ih i.\ 'i \ rio will play %  South A nerka \ layer tul about i In 1049, %  n in -i rlub'K n puv oj tha I % %  %  %  %  !. %  '.-. .VI 1 lengui 1 %  %  \IH Hi %  %  "'-lit hn %  %  %  r r TEST MATCH AVERAGES %  i i >' BfOarn I 3 ma wo i H oo tai i w ion *l MS %  3 M 19: U %  %  4NI %  K M.L*-n I j w,.n.' ., pawai u I O, t'Oiibh BOW LINd lin> |( laaa la a.l %  11 av> ii n 4 it isea -4 . %  ii %  iti A i'ti rwa RM 1' in in Avi ua i 51 li ..: m a ai l %  2i no M aiB %  M X %  tl •) — • II 1 IM M 1 %  1 IOB 41 11 11 M — 11 Mi MM M all 11 21 41 1*4* M HIV IR 14 li i I I" 41 Inter-Oub Tennis Tourney Proposed ILA.L.T.A. Get* Going The Barbadoo Amataur Lawn Tei to hold an Intar-Club Tburnamani between the eli to the Aaaociation, during October. Tinmember cluba nun id of thai i %  %  %  %  %  ibs. Tho tii. %  in! provide ball* bayi Any bur uMnsa, •nld (> %  • to %  bdvwil i i 'nb. It In viU — y,,i ( CnbU A Wtreleaa The %  ^i" % %  — mai nit mean* Ihiit %  in play %  %  %  iod each i i • play one a w othar In t< be the I illlnf i" partletpali i %  aituanwnl u pleaat aomlnate, ; and imi more than v repl) mual reac h . Tournament ii 'tinto atari the llrst HtJ 'k in %  I The it A ir.A arU] be in UM I'L.UI t .in,, nt which IN beini held und< Tennis Outre Ai the siime meetln Council) it w.i propo ed :ni '' ,np : %  ,i11AI.TA %  latlon WltB %  proval ol .li concerned be dfow ii up %  .i.-i Heeaeen %  •i iir' % %  Sum%  ft] Rtr ithclyde, Premli i Mi V.M.C A l anwotiiand Hcilble. IO' !• a taatenrr U> i I-ook for UM nun* I Hi pal i I.I um oavuei %  "* • \fniU :£"% (ii MISS KAV TUCKHR one or Brlt aJn*B landing Lady teanii ainglea lil.yri*. WHAT'S ON TODAY ..; I"" %  tkcoud day' plV of thr Fourth SencH of Flrt D rial be '-ui li.'-nnodlata Oriehet oaa aid UM Pint Day ol tlie Siath Berie* of Second Divi-ion at the va rloiih grounds: Wanderora va. Combrner at Bay; Syit m I BautMJ al Park; Oarlion va, Y.M.P.C. at Oarltoii, Lodjie va. Pick wick t Lode; aud College vPollca at College. Intermediate: I'ukwtck va. Waiidarcra at Oval. BMBtn n. Bpartan at Bank Hall; B4Elm*nt va. Cable k Wire leai at Oariiaoa aud Wind .,..! M-iii-; II .|.i: .• CODCO Boad. Second Divi-lon Y.al.PC. va. Police l Beckle* Road: Foilnd,.tion v. Empire at Foundation, Ucward va. Lodge at router'". Central H Weaftenn at Vaucluae: and Combermere v Pick Irtflh at Combermere i ISI1AI oi um ik <.> %  Oatwa l a la 9 M \„i \ nt M U-. • t~ * Bawl '• P i" iiarim raUMra LHtti II>' aaai i is a %  <* w • t>i iMi'ii .n. aay a M.i.mil>n M'l4li">" ISO Years A Jendl 0BOR0CTOWV \ Hla i' Wfl.l. si. n i>. M A in> %  Titular Blahop of MaUo nd Vli i Brtl nu Fetebrata th< QoUeri JubUea Ol lii-entrnr %  Into the 8oi -t> < %  Je ui on PI % %  i BepUrnbei '. Rev Vt \u>h-. SJ. its. ol 9 '. i, Colb Golden JuUlee the •amc Have you ever felt KOI \ %  Ki)\l %  Ifcr I 4'r--fl4 •!•• i A a It a a* i i w \ n.i-,.i—.. ii. i niLii. al h< Waaiai M ai> latltck. A^N&aMn, ta n l M .. S-w*--) ,a Mf>. Oiiia n—*u Oailai —••• ft", a."-a. "-• •I laaaat •* *•* %  •• _a >'•w a-d Ca*a. IM o-l.na, BM CfU* tnaimtnt %  iiall! a HUM. laa aad claaa raa. wfi UM! kaaMar aad na*a*a aatda an. a aad W.'rai i aiaru %  Uiiaa iiB*ia>. hi*ii raai Uiaii. Bladai aad u II, I— hBBit it U abaalaui ; QMaraj ffkaaaM ajaaaaMj • %  • \ auaadkcaa aad rauiiforBUt IM antatu Ho** IM it*i" an (ha eMMal Rllar aif I 1..UI • >.t Kin| i B i Mam Ga-ia-rae* 1 fa f-l Yaa. aifht aj-. o, Maaay Sack UGHtNUGUSIUtRSlIO VY SlCX B L A D D f R .k.tMit4*r4i*.a.-.-, RHIUMATISV BUY I-DIIYRIV NLI VP1.YWL v HI i :-, ui", vl'i DU RO i Mtsvi vramiTW I ..I o V t ,s J A i M.I.IS | ERNIE'S Democracy Club r HIP Art Ml In Iknown In il hr I> aiiv horw •I Parl-M .%  I mr ill nd Hatr f(M Iliad Grolarh ••'. Hi' i .... It.. %  In and try one lee cold r O C Then you will nevar aatt for am uthBT I • SI In All ro-da lead to^1 i. \K mi i .IIIM K III n UMMMTOW mint Mri> i *ai in A.\t a HI mai HHAIal. I DANCE Mlht aaai ion •..II CLUB i: THi; A.NMAI. DANCE -1 I Mill I'lM -. -tit Mill II II II I WIMNIi" *l I'hlllp K .1 %  i MOHDAl Viiki Jnl **! ,% l I MiMls-HlN • I Bl**hnaea4> aa SMt \ -.1. 5 J !" J !',VaV-'.'-'a'aVa*,*,-a',-,'a',*a'a---a-,l ----a*a*a*a-a*a* | ii i i ii R T i; i s s i' 1 The yll Do It Every Tim e %  THOSE RESORT%  ^OXi-JTRy MAPS_ MAKE THE LAKES LOOK SO CLOSE TD5ETI.ER XXI CDOLI CUE TO AOTHERBv Jimmy Hatlo I I I I I I ANNUAL DANCE i (he I'aironaav M Mr F D Mutfteu. MCP, Ottli %  Formal llrrv. Optional fi kdmu .) by Invitation Only I al ur"v I'.irk House TO-NIGHT =: 'uh-irii.||.„ : Varirtv (imrerl \ llanrr a S In aid of the New Haven O II %  Nurserr 0 Village, Christ \ t'hureh p and under the I'.iir$ Mi Fred Oodtfent, MiM' , .intl Mrs. Gtxldard ; ,tt the 1 IIKILL ttnlata, Garrison 1 on ;, rrlday. 7lh Srelember. 1951 0 beginning at 8 p.m. 1 i.immc includes musi;. -kttches, 5ongs and In. fr trtMnculiil solos etc. and ui V usts .iit'lutling Messrs. Paul \ WUklna, Ceork Phillips. C Gerald Hannisler. Clyde ' (itilltip and Misse* Betty P Carrington ,ind Nell Roll f l itmhe n kind permlsiion •>( the J* i ...IH'IIr of Pollrr U>e C Pollee l>-nre Orehe-tra mil ;. be plavlng J 0 RBTRI-SHBCKNTS ON BALE • 1 Dancing to 3 .. m. J S Admbwlon Tlekela: :-: I.ao ; '-'a','.-.'.'.--*-*---'-'-*'*-*'*''* %  -'''Rementbcr, a comfortable luting SUIT is our lira! con%  ideiauon. Thern are increasing numbers who rei.-ogii.se (or ihemselvea the conaiatently superb cul. hi and limsh o! the ... IDKAL TAII.OKINti We will welcome the opportunity ol proving this to you in our . TAILORING DEPARTMENT on the first floor of CAVE SHEPHERDS CO. ITU 10—13. BROAD STREET IV OTIC E OUB C'l SIiiMKKS ARK ASKI.I) TO NOTE THAT OCR WORKSHOP AMI SKRVIt INC. IIKPAKTMINTS W'll.l. BE CI.OSKD FROM MONDAY. 3RD. 8BPTBMB8B AND Will. RI: OPEN AGAIN t>\ MONDAY, ITTH. SKPTKMBKR. UU, so \s TO KNABI.K OUB PBB80NNEL TO HWT TIHIK INNUAL LEAVE, A SKELETON STAFF WILL BE 11 III Mil I FOR EMI BGENCIES ONLY. OUB OFFICK OASOLINB, SPB VI'MMIM. • AM \t 'CF.SSORIES DBPABTMBNTS Will. BBOPI .ill BUSINESS AS i SI'AL COlHTESY I.AIIAI.I WHITE PARK ROAD — DIAL 4616 Hebeis ijnt/i amm focwqhA! 7ubes Cough Mixture n a balanced blend of nine •-elected ingredient s, which hai already won a great reputation ovencat as a family remedy for coughs, sore throat! and bronchial inflammation. Its soothing syrup quickly eases congestion and relieves discomfort. Keep a bottle ready In your home. COUGH MIXTURE --'a*a'a'a'a'a*aWV'a*aVa'a'-'a--'.V'a*,'a*,',*,*,*,*-'a'a-a*, OX1 I. AGAtJV IX STOCK :•' STRIPED SHIRTS WITH I ^ I WITH 2 SEPARATE COLLARS | — BY — AUSTEN HKEU — AT — £ C.B. RICE & CO. v TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF !> BOLTON LANE. *.a -,*.a.-.a.a,a.a '.'.'.'.:;*.*.'.'.*.*.+.'.'* -Va-'.V,V.V-VVW. USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIN E I'AINT Iron and Si~ilwork eaaeet cnrmUi hn: .tth a eoat of BOWBAMTK. Proof asalnst heat or cold, the eorrot-ive air of hlg rltle-. till BpraY| ml -i.iUr. ROIVRWITI. l^ u*ed ht enilnerra shipping llnra. dork infi irtthm anil nuhMi and lnduslri.il fdnatfSbr(aci • %  ri .1 i %  VOl SIIOI I II USE ITTOO Touch, t'levthlr, >el Vui.ii.kii BOWSAHITi niailr in BfeUa] UU etlVt %  i.itlrs. Stocked III . PSBMANI NT OBI i \ 1:1 D.I IB1 .*! .1 >t I'llt BLACK .11 1 i In Una of Imperial Measure aar ONI GutUaON WILL OOVBB lafM --) 11 I'liosr: leM 0 AGIN 1 j WILKINSON SL HA.YNES Co.. I.;J. stftw f pnie aa ^ Bt e aea W aeaaseaae* L 1





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PAGE TOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. ISI BARBADOS ADuOeWTE * T— %  %  f -1 rrlal* k) Hit Adianl* geptl : run i 01 RICE h milt uef Executit i imittee raceestlj ered th< %  Dial :i. ihoul i Sl.llill s I ..llJi.nl I l< — J Hon We Will. A Ran Ship... He (he %  • l"ole% nh* li.nl -la.i.l I IMHI'^II THK i Ise i ||) I<.i BlUfi HI the price oi tie.-.. The tin • U Reeional Economic t held in tins Island con i ,,i eopi a pro Aftei InvesUg ilton ii v. price of copra Axed i>> now be LTtereased tron Bfl pei ton t.o.b. from tl %  The i' lation, a?aunicetlon pubto-day rrom trw ol< rial 5< %  %  the price >>i edll le oil, soa] end mm which copra is the bet nt, v I be : %  n to-daj in tins cMe tii<' met* i < %  in the pi ice #u inevitable as the Tnr nl.id produci stern in their demands and Barbados WM cernpletelv bound by the trims "1 the agreement, end Further obligated by the fact that the manufecturli proa carried out in this island. There Wi 1U escape from the conditions of the Committee's decision. It has now tiaiispned thai ..' ;i M ..I f meeting bet w een the British Rica Marketing Board and Pep oi the purchasing Colonies held in Trinidad earlier this year prkei wenAxed which would apply during a three year period, but the Board was prepared to at*ree on the prices provided that they applied to the first year's purchases only. The pi ices f.>r the other two years would be IK annually. The Governments of the pun colonies agreed to Btibmil the matter to arbitration Tor tins purpose Kofi* Sir John Saint has been i '< %  %  a member of the Arbitration Board, one othei member will be nominated by U and Dr. W. M. Clyde lure Adviser to the Secretary of State will be Chairm.m With the bac kg round at experience In the matter of negotiated pried and the demands of the B.O. Rice Marketing Board for increased prices it it not unlikely that after the Oral yeai there will i< the price. One of the reasons why the Barbados Government pressed tor the arbitration oi the matter was the serious effect winch B rise in the puce of rlci musl have on Uw cost of living, in Barbados when regarded as tl .K i I .. t -.1 tin of tinpopulation the annual cow is roughly over one hundred tfaau si I bags. This will mean not onlj increase in overall expenditure but in the weekly diet scale cost ol the population. it is to be noted thel the ends on 31 December 1961, while the Oils and Fats A g r e ement ends on SI 1952, and in this breathing space of 8 lew months there might be some good I which might save the noa buyinj from thi*; oombined Increase in ti | of oils and fats and of ril There is every reason whj aomethii should be dene to CUSl 100 the I these advene conditions even wl \\ hal measure*] ai not to bi to Trinidad tha method 11 n fro* i %  and 11 Is not liki ly thai Barbad able to add to her present ex| H :'us direction During tha yeai war the con bit peasants and marchs many oi tfH InCOl vei BJ d I other places. It might well be that there **ould he a revival oi that spirit In time to %  %  %  %  ly to be another uncomfortable |>enod in our already unbalanced .i %  Pel browi Ml. I %  HM %  1 INA. n i. ii %  two "( U %  it 1 he Jahlon of Mi. %  ..r r-• Mv Sfflmi Ih'lmrr %  k had %  n ) I > h ivitlK I ill ink %  %  %  make up tin i %  Ml He had motored b i Hate. s newer) %  HI nl w 19 in Uia mlddk %  Talkj Ukfl muttered J.T.l%  NiitimiK vi'. %  ubversh way about that, you say. But ii w.i i Dough for a solitary Indlvldu who N. IdWtUppi %  / OU1 in ofaaar of 1 %  He t'iok tiirm all the than ship i hour era cfcii p m 'it oil But %  %  boat and the N k n irk, %  %  mirk". the BX3.1I t.. %  rand bi an Tiieir'uay was at: officer ititenlna to an l "inn, U iimn Radio i vsereafr-iid ihey wer. %  lit to be released to Min •Lucky % %  %  %  them joined the mutineer*—hail been t>i 1-ecauie the? knew too many secrets. %  And whi.t goe* for us," said nek, "*•<•>, fir "pry aw I Nai II ,-iutin' if th< 1'icky. Our ship wmkoi •lone -itnout an>aacoti \> The other uhlp* always keejy That make* mutln> and CM.ipc diffliuH." I'.vrn ouUlde the navy life fi>r th Polish working cluss seem* t i be no paradise. One of th> sailors said his uncle, a steelworket % %  i I soiKhty oft to ittaod hi daughter*; wOttd i tow, and the van iraounl draased It the I praettot "Four i • red". salj 10 the %  The two 15u mm act-red four hii* The &> nwft. %  %  %  %  ' Bsaseaier Wait* When the BMB4I %  the crew tound •> plain-cloth. mm the po H U cal police %  .. on the %  %  < %  rmlned to pin something on them. .v learned that the ship for the inve-Uiiplion UJ be rrnntlnuttl) Haej unenimouely I id..i UH lime had eotM lour noun later they had He wee toldI ha red the ahip while It was l-ill.c They locked Up ptara, see polrHcel comperator and then oraoi md had %  ii nsaty to Meatd In %  — the 12 mutilirtT* lore M poUoV I I %  'i ,i %  %  Ilk ..I htqul Itton would j . led QMRI a OUJ i Polee i • ;,nd seif-e\ile If Kiev had ii"' me — I, Been thorousl ( lit.n; n Sovi.-tI 1 u eue-eed ahel the Russians ii In thif .f the Polish Navy would i(breed t<> Bard lor hBeer Dd oppressors. onp] itoed bitterly to miabout the f.-m nilt". they said. Their ralmn bad of HIM) Kr.immes ol bread no holier or margarine or fat. Three grammes of Jam were tsMMfl. imd six grammCT of %  only received pfftalf) soup, which formed the diet What there w of meal BH very thin. I TI.O %  •>•. enough for two packets of in the open market. two years most of them rj many of them had received no home Three who had leave had only two days to \ s ie allowed on* on one afternoon evn i nonth, .iiui piinilllarl bo so bah the town from two till ten. .. | m lone de .i ide BDd pievent them from 2oing to I i. I.. %  If 'on go I.. Man", said the ;.. fumll to A0 of the sulors. "you are an %  I a social re o t loiiary." ned off with of political %  I they received. rnning there was a polltleaJ leuson and a political di~-.ii nil p there ware noun of political Vtlks from Hogumil. N %  • .. day paaeed without its dote of ui,..!. poi on r-iclr iu-: !<-(k hi.day off Whei | .'ne rei.dy to rise at once. i' ii bed etioush fni Stalin thai of hit'omrnunP'f organised youth and Industrial uid rebellious. Over the whoto i %  the larroi ol theC a. %  remains thorough an! erreetlre. When the H.O.I1 Li nded at Ystaad there were 3II Posts "n board the ship. "I think they would all have gone ahore; even Ivanov. lh.' I iphlc expert. and llomimil. politieal (mniiir. I could see them hesitate." said I'icrsiiiinek "But then %  Swedish immigrntion offlc'al eame aboard. That .m:i the memory of the terror did the trick %  The Swede assembled the crew and told them: "Anyone ROIIIH %  shore M i d eserter will dos h (i vn risk." There wai gunrnntee thai they woull be MOt back to Poland Four sailors who Joined the mutineers on the way over recanted at once. They accepted the captain's word that no action would be taken aSSJlMl them If they returned. Only II eame ishore out of 30. —LB S. I le J.i|§ei I I ><*<' Treaty NOBODY S DIARY BUNDAl who must be prolific sjatberars jud^rn^ from the number oi paraons that t sem seen enjoying the ul sea>un. r.ended so that those eating sea egKs m the close season were subject to a line, then the coffers oi the Treasury w-iuld overflow until such time as pe i realize that eating sea I in theclose season is an expenMve paatinu And. 11 tha dlverrs do not keep see eggs as pets the Incentive to dive them would be refDoved and then afoulo be left tree b ( l multiply >M>M).\V A Bin this morning numi rous can iran bald up for a constoVfablt at the tanctton oi PairtleW Street snd Probyn Street while tha stream t>( ti from the Victoria Bridge passed alon Probyn Street It seemed to me that s roundabout at this nileis.rtioti wmiUI be u useful innovation. TUKSJ>AY -Judging by the repmachful looks vrhiel %  e me when they aaa ;liis sunny Barbados?" it would that I'm held responsible for the rain.. To-day. however, two pleasant Canadian visitors actually expressed pleasure with our basnitiful fthnate; "It is cool here in; comparison with Montreal in the stimmei where we get the temperature rtflrl 100 degrees Farenheit." Wl I'NKSDAY—The adult mind is truly fertile and versatile in thinking up excuses for throwing a binge. The celebration of a I year old's birthday is the excuse to-day Ironically enough the guest of honour artu not bfJ ihen to retire to bed at tl p.in while the adults guzzle and knock back numerous alcoholic beverages—life is truly tough for infants' THl'KSDAY Believing implicitly in the proverb: "There's never an ill wird but blows -od". I am thinking seriously ,,f becoming a cobbler seeing that the shoe-making trade is bound to boost with .ill this "marching." Barbadians have "marched" against South Africa. Vincentians "marched" Trinidad, ami now I propose to two marches to help to boost the trade. My first march will be In protest against all wives who fail to darn the ventilation In their husbands' socks; and my second march will be against cooks who persis* In spoiling expensive and difficult-UHicqu::<. Eoodal ufl i exp el .i rrtonatar turnout and even the ntemban ol the Police Force, with Colonel Mil holm's permission will be welcome. I intend to approach the Bata Shoe Company and see if they will subsidize the %  "refreshments" at the end of the marches. FKII>AY (hue again this morning I met a bread cart parked Inside the studs on a curve in the road while the cart pusher, v-as engaged In %  prolonged conversation with one of nil "girl friends". This hap-1 pens so frequently that I'm beginning to believe the rumour that the Barbados Professional Bread Cart Pushers and the i Christ Church Bicycle Riders' Association : have an agreement with some fraternity by i which they contract to do everything possible to force the law-abiding motorists to drive on the wrong side of the studs. OMIY ONE SOAP GIVH YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Tour Ikm will bcoll. •*••!...' A di if ably dainty If om h*d-lo-l II y*v balk* with liaf teal CaahiiMra Bouqw laauty Sap. (^asdute*!-Z&uQuef PUIUMED rttm SOAP M I I. A P i Kitchen and Home The Bktrede wrap with a hundred uses I HYOIIN1C, GREASEPROOF. M(iiSH'liKI>OOF. FIREPROOF. ODOURI.F.SS For protwl'on and preservation of rooked and uncooked foods. For bettor, quicker and more economical cooking. • rvaUo'i of space in (rigidalre and larder. Moulds to any shape and requires no tying nor fastening. Reduce* waahlng-up and scouring to the minimum. BUY A ROLL TO-DAY. B> II. T. KOHf.RTS I %  >\ i %  [Md by i peculation, in innumerable Emmajprltj of ih t almost ., ..II ,„,., nataori thsl ware ai wai itii the world. mal dlploJapan. The stgnabmi may \.e "VOIHUUTM" in lyedb) Mi (....n,.-,, f„. som. vas [, m ., Vi-.-clU -i and^h^t \ awn guewM days, and ., numb* oi cuntries musl hope> woljllJ ^ to „; ,ii corns to >ay dlssont of wh.,1, rheArsb irrjlter rtak lnun hc Kn mhn E.>tiinates vary, but most experts .igree that he Is Wronger than th 7* niueh-puraed anmes of the Soviet \y SntelHtes. Th.Soviet Union might i.eed to send me of its owi WILKINSON & HAYNF.S CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Phones : Mil & 46K7 — 111 t K W I III STORES THE RAIN IS FALLING THE GRASS IS GROWING THE ANSWER — "A RANSOME MOWER" 14" MINOK MOWKB (ilh motor) 18" CA/KI.I.K (with nioli.r) 14" TIGKR I'l'SH SPARK I'ARTS AVAILABLE S280.2I 45.0 "' s %  "w N~r Eat " Kali it ran iakth sides There is something moving in But i j lha Iron Curt:• m — beirui the desert. Sir Zafrulhih Khan. r In that Ihp Foreign Minister of Pakistan. ..mi State* will hold attend UsS article I did not pin-,oint th is to visit Damascus, the capital a the tn oaager. Now reliable innf Syria. Pakistanis the most In Wai % %  scorns to be a'ailable influential cuntr>* of the Moslem i longef csatfsrtroni Berlin that tha BorlM world. Syria has been reckoned. ii,\, developed a intll the murder f King Abdullah are being Ihaory of "Umlted war.*' The > i Jordan, a* the veakest state in ll campaign Ihrea! would seem to be an attuck the Near East. lmt it stands at' lapao by Bulgaria and Hungarythe key strategic ,Klnt l :'iaps with Rumania, on the Simultanoouslv another of His Bdsral Hepulilir of Jugoslavia. Majesty's Foreic; Ministers, In dSSkSSI ll that Moscow bethis ease Mr. Morrison, ras bean i i <-<• it esa induct a war in Ski receiving Emir Fetsal of Saudi : (etcea Inside Marshal Tito's Anibiii in linden. An odtt .imiilry, Hull could not be plnnci (fattire of this vi t i.-. thai .>• % %  '. down to the It ussla n s, "Volunthe iMihlical advl crs of King ibo' like the Chinese In KOICI 8a IBS IN auS father i iv %  to Marshal Tito's J..mal Hussein mis Jam il lui' OOUntry. The U S and it- alllc-inn is the brothit ol .Tie BlnUtci 'wvihl be fa-cd with a terrible :i:i %  to meet the threat of i Titi> by declaring a war. or not. Already trine are ugly signs. THE NAVY MEETS BARBADOS RUM The Travelogue Section of "The Devon* lot a illasiimil %  %  %  noes those ho are not %  %  i.Ht provide Uicm with .< sp;ne %  H %  Extract "In contrast u> the rustic yet happy peace nl Carriaeou we journeyed on to Barbados where are found a most formidable programme of entertainment awaiting us. For nine dan we >wain. v that are had nevaa attempted before. All £ the Sports Clubs opened their doors to USj * at the Golf Club they would not even If J us pay areen leea. Thus some of us were £ abla to afford caddies, probably for the I B and last time in our lives; however, \ % although m< st ol them were only Bared 1 about tin. they were well versed in the \ ;irt of gamesmanship, particularly the oni 9 who When .1 certain Cadet was in the act * of strikiiii; a ball, cried out, "Flimey. \ Mivkey Mouse bin %  ** DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 JUST RECEIVED IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. • LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White and Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. DA IOUI %t CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT >',',',V.*.V>'.'.'. ^.•v.ww*.-. VOU'U l/KC OUR MCATS'l ,::v.v.vf l Mufti of Jerusalrti. (who Lives Kgypt cs King Farouk's guest), I and he is also th.brother of two men of the Husscinl clan who arc 1 trial for the m.irder of Bi .tain's The pawsa 0| Hungary Is" fuU of l-rnu-r ally. King Abdullah. :. lea 1 f 'provocations" by Marshal It looks as if Britain is seekine :itler forces. ;. new set of frie'ids in ihe Near tren s is the Marshal? East. Our !(• .idi is SaiT Mi Pravd i Prvsagw %  To fJu t Prsvd 1 dismissed .: i.gmaroie. Of tourt'v I %  / %  %  • %  • ..spute. For waa • .iluslvely %  %  The voices and the view point have all Am I to that in o!l Englanu thero la no Persian, Czech, Arab, African w1 the receiving end of %  %  Dree the 1 %  %  1 %  I> cdllty ol IhO a moral %  %  1 Ill the It B.C prasninrne Serious Arsu' %  rm hand, and %  %  Th ii %  %  ringj in Persi.1 In Russia. This question brought Ihc jirgunirni to wli.c Meen DTCM%  s to the %  Mr Morrison, Dubw rratda. Tlie plain man is left to wondci truth does lere between these two statements Yours faithfully. \TOR 29 8 31. "A$s Usual, one <>f the hi^hli^hls of the visit wits the concert gtven by the Police Hand under tha direction ol Captau. Raiaoo; tiuy gave us . ronei smtertjilnlnfi and versatJle peHorrnance on the foe's* 1 e and were onry allowed to depart when thiy had played themselves to a standitill. The dances so kindly laid on by the Nav IC .md Port Welfare Committee at 'h Aquatic Club were w rj well atv much appreciated. An enormoiu quantity found Us way on b*ard and man' ol H;n: the demon rum for the first tin.1 In its nal n Ith v*n Ul of remorse nr exhilaration. It is reliably reported thai at leedri one O edict H MaBfretanle 'View iraa^asralam*' I* there %  S and, althnuuh it was very pleasant h. %  G company In the anchor' ^ B S un the I The Magazine is pubh board of 11.M.S. Daveaaddre I I.VI* THESE §0000! KipperM IliiUi-r Ifi'iilis l.efture < isiiaelu llrv llrinkte II ist 11 its. I in pi re i 11 i< 1 J a R BREAD ThW ill si Ifakeel & CAKES 11 the ISI.UMI pho„ e GOUDARDS-w. Deliver ecently. %  j'^^SSSAM'SSSSSVIto^



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TWO l:\Ki: \l>< iADM M Ml S M I RD \, ~.| I-11 Mill R I 1*51 Ccuuh Coiling H i. %  %  tM I ItOi Rev Te.irher n[ the 9 the Publl In The? Balance of the Lww.rJ Islands Mr. ind family i I St Kir %  HI UcMlenry visited the • K i %  t5 ft i^ l>elng pul throuKli .i riun s-lop pumping tet B was the seen H F.XetMIrtw-. afij • %  niinh the ptM lit* -a. mntd -i Augusl has invn M KaU per I I f_Ie lien In the balance CH bt> a source of supplying the I'M of tha pan U adequate water supply.' vhoW island i krcnly awaitInfl the results of thia test wbktl v .11 Lndtcaia coplo In tha I It Back To U.S. M il i.RHAI.n WALKER ol Whit, HaQ Road who for the a*aaki had been on j \ is.il to Barbados from tha US. II W.l.A. for Pl*arto A.IJ bark lo Vivk Mi Widke,^ .. Barb, .nig for many yearn In JuMrtca. Holiday Over M R. AND MRS. ALEXANDER JAMADAR ,.nd ihctr %  oUo wore among UM ir.' rrinldad bf I! W I A -..-. %  ii boliday* inn here slaying at "S\v. %  WorU Mr. Jamadar u .i BtefT. %  •:-..: I->w In Sap nuiulo. Two Weeks M R. MICHAEL LAIN*;. Asslgtant to the Gcnrrul Manager Of Ti.. %  i %  Lffualan Service from Trinidad on Tuesday ng to B W i A. to tout nu arifa and family who arrived ban UM QBMH. He expsjCgaj to be in Harbados for (nut about two I i Mr. I.a in a was a former minnger "f the RediiTuaion Sei vice here, -. % %  hen it mi known at Radio Distribution. W.I. Art T i LI I ii .by local %  %  %  exhibited *een last > i MtVi rl: i %  Pi nee. Francis and Cecil • %  ftU i v. preaaion of his model I %  (Sanaa i Bnlrlauli %  Golden Wedding Anniversary li/|H AM) Mlis | M" AND Mus ***"*" annlaanarj todaj -** IXJWN1K and thau fourteenwllh ,„,.„. mi ,, lv rei.it, ^ea and ycar-<*d daughter Judy who had frl , hearty bean holidaying, in Barbados for co „gr*tuiat. the past five weexs were among Paaaaaaa the passenger*, leaving for Puerto ___....„ JiUSSS Kito yesterday morning, en rOuU L, Silla-H SKIr.i r. s tOtneUJ*. During their May the, *-* Uarouraa left v tgUaaUoflCl Alwn H..ii.. morning by U.U aayof Brltton'a Hill %  ^0,, %  '" *• %  *• '" nils araj Mr. and Mr Down n ramoty%  m Thcv are Inrth Bail. '' "•* ttM hKantlj former nted from Ui< 1 'Ivn rosier, daughter of Mr. arm Museum School ol Art M x E rtMrtar ol Whitehall", who also gi Ki Andre* Mi Downta ki %  school, a remaining in Einrbadoa lalaaniaii a/llh th AaMTkati %  a longer hoiidiy. Their home u in tha Trinidad Holiday Bronx. QB KH A K. AHMIkag told Carlb thai (bay bad fX sl'l(iNi. of OraOM Hall ; Ihelr holiday immenwly Tdnaag will) had Iwnn Ipandlflg and wen> only ""H wai owi .. % ol t holiday in Trinidad raturnio soon. ,,i r ) ing by n W i A U/Ub ITDAT "" %  ,n " thv mm ,lan W witn U.O.U.I. Mi.Crraham Wiikw. of UM Lodf MH. ANP MRS. DAVID School, t. iI SNEI>DON*-lj\W and then ( ,., four children who had been arr |vBl w h<,llday1ng In Oarbadoa since 8col toll ongmaM August S.^rWunied^to Trinidad wn wrrk ^. V ac n the Hotel Royal. Talking Point M In ting *J the dfficaia samuiioa* Miss lluriu.n, tfiuld ut mad a %  ubninu.jW'faaPrrafaa Marker.'" n.li.V. Radio Programme lOLLOW THE CURVES . til BOA I *_ S.. II • %  i 'Vr 1 i %  1 7 p .. Ih. MMH III SM S M %  a p m Oc-aM ah..%  p SrwM.il R IT. p nt Cn ..i..*k I.V i. n. a.'fhr.tn s '. Ml p V i %  % %  \ MIIJII.I; AT msTuin by 11 W I A Mr Uw I* Manager fn.OT\ Port-of-Spain oflle^ 1 %  il B funny a* 10*0 ft ii Will Rogtra Son Leaves Tomorrow M R 0RANTI.RY ADAMS. Laadtr of the House of Assembly, who had been in Antigua on a four-day visit reiurnd on Thurwtav evening by B.W I.A baglDj with her husband His son Tnm leaves tomorrow for Strati Journal England ry the Cnlnmbie —!,>..S. Ihi ,,.,) (.(HilittK II. A i engineer, was ChlCSgo friends tha \i% glasn %  g move. %  'TV long, say I 'i il.:; And i hrll Defence Ifluardl CaUarall %  --ached %  point where it could withstand sn atomic alt.i-k Should 1 Russia %  %  KQUld < liUHletle Tails SCHOOL* mi -IKI N %  i i .... <.ho have| i 1 da> ClaudoUaAj Mndkl proudly b 'anguage would i kind •nougti to write Ml stUdSD ritten wll The surved !>• %  '• Il shown In aha '•ndency *kt*es "vn m Mat ill %  '.r-ellon Me .•ami of me .tuT'tnao isckei are mht •nd rowndatf %  vldara ggB> "vi oocketi totsag iha iam movement. The • •'•moon draM showa ma new skirt fullnew •ehieveo Ov ma sddirion ol an • ii* marries soeraVkt. H ind nacklnas •' %  'oundad od nsmline has • curved tintth. Tha Mun Heron A RAI.I.V 'ii of UM populauau lo "urge" Peron (o Stand to* rene a vice* %  %  %  %  i % %  UM Chaplit -like Adolf Hitler. Mussolini lUi histrutung i i out-tl Tna Inwbla ., iha kaag laugu out of mouths Itonnie Business WALL-STREET is keeping en %  e galhoring of the Scot%  ,n Edinburgh. Sflys the 01 Journal: "The gatherim avails a boom* bualiteti The Journal estimates tii i Iha boom will bring in M.000.0OO (C1A50.000) from Sweetheart TKLE bestowed by Americans on I'linc-ess Margaret for-her 21*1 birthday. _^___.^_1 F you're really out to conquer a cough—to get to the root of it and destroy the germ —then ask for Famcl Syrup Why ? Because Famcl S. ru^ doc11 so mut;h mote lhan ordinary cough mixtures. It contains soluble lactocreosotc which is carried by the bloodMrcim to the throat and lungs and breathing passages, where it destroys the germs, which <-uv the troubleOnce the germs are destroyed then it's eoodbye lo the cough or cold. Meanwhile, ihe soothing balsams in Fame) Syrup are casing the irritated membranes and the tome minerals arc keeping up your strength and powers of resistance Famcl Syrup is a recognised medical product usex* for coughs, colds, influcn/J and bionchial troubles. It is widely recommended by Doctors. Hospital* and Sanatoria. lass saaaaShsoi II I I-. loHohaoM 1 oo^nrr DIAL 2310 i Rw 7T.Vssll'iiJfUv SIIH i aiaaiA.si inkAiaas : Toppoig T*rnnlcolo Mu.ltml | • SB p m va CanUnulna Dail* 4 t S P m IN LULLABY OF BROADWAY ipoaraann Ol rn. r\a (* %  FAMEL SYRUP THE SINGING SHERIFF I 8c STAGECOACH BUCKAROO J<*nm M... %  *.. r..y Knlf* 1 Frank B. Art..ttiong Ltd. BRIDGETOWN. Incidental InUllifrncc W HEN a -om.„ Uk M TIIK AllSfVII llfS Ol I'll'A t'tit "h. ighl id." MUSCULAR FATKHJtT Gal back in stwp wrthALKA-SCLTZ:< PLAZA D^TlSi OPERATION PACIFIC t.AIIIV Till; CSARDBN — ST. JAMF.S I •-! .mi. B BS p m . Br,fM InHIGM -us*' Rr/91 MAT DnubU m osr> (ii" Mil 1. M I.I I J...k OSTSOK f. MOI TSI OV ar wi JMI MtC.M AOVATIC CUM < I \i:>f A IMMBhMI Only) "SO DEAR TO MY HEART" Coin, l. I ~*>lull.r l.l.r-ArlUn I .fl-on Ftaltir. Ilarrlni BUHL IVBH. BCULAH r.LONDI. HARRY CAREY. I CNA I'ATTKN. am) RUI1BV DRJSCOU ASM ih* -. R**l Slwrt — %  OH rsu>rt;aoR araiAYi it'uN UHOIanil TtH l.ATSST IIIIITUUI NfWI BY THE WA\ Ify Beachcomber W rUTrNG ol I >:nw\ Ihe othci day, a muali i rttti (said: "The bite of ih. theriuht maaeuMna Reidtty." paooia win 0 an>thlng; not lackith that Uuc ind ill-umpei anUoh [| of hunucr. or what Is ) of Vlt.OI in-.SWORD tPilE; IS) nor. (41 11% Blilpa ill about (HI J."M t-i Doala 141 n. ||i am isi • iicin Dtouctaa. Dasn mt suBEisit nil. II .1 up I i4i iwulad amila—at The report that a Pm I;clan hail bi^-n Mb i. • %  UtuantS mudino nun' mallei 1 It wan. .iRtiin, pruluibly ihaar bu&gar, i n tlui Bountrj parliamentary privilege proteeta our M.Ps. from uny poaslble outbreak of-cannibalism Tha Hambar w*ho complained llul hVO men with a bastin-s|>oon lit U Bra iiiiilvi his rholr and lrle i,. fu.ii. Under. Thv IliiUlin Rhiimcvron (II) A S midnight chimed from ihe clovk or Ihe Piumam I'IUSTnoty. old Mother Beetl, Ihe laundtaa nilswl the blm i : '.I frowzy siuiiu'-rooin. n nd slowly waved her tal-lamp t.. There ian aoawarlng signal from u v indow opposite. A man in the use) whistled twice, A woman -m i r>-f the DM atg I.'.., ( Olll 11111 111." i \ltlllHr.AN TIIKAIK.s l.TIl ANMVI.KSARV t\ I IK NOW PLA1 DM 1.43 A i I'l I' M. I If rasj liked "les lor ranf" raajV like ill i \its IM BaXOAOD \\ I V ^aafr** UI.1HU-: THEATRE '1MMY ."> BSM s.l."> p.m. iind Continuing Si.k.nlng rose in in in.got out of tha i" oil again towards Margaral Island ening hu*e |K'nci)s on Iha Bfttl lioor of %  r.-u mi ii. an oh BgusM Hi Vo.k his plaie on Us cUmbtd down, and ran qutehl) fa, eetln being add • %  ui .i word. Prodnoae: I dr> to go home. Bui then Iritis il a BtsssBR. All around him n | bat ifr. There is no ImJ in siglu. England hu aupprutJ. 'Grasioas, I'vs no idea wtui direction to lake I '* ht murmufi. Pushing ihe handle well farmed he *hniM asvav, Ai last soaie islands spptsr and hs lloais (he tauter vei* |eiiiiy down bensten the HIM NEWIOOU 1 .1 •"'*-. lm %  %  £... 'RAYON SPUNS {til Sr | %  RAYON SATINS ST %  < M .CREPE 36" e I " .CHECK VOILE -. S-D*a piMtim UM-€ir(>*t„ C'ARVSO m .TECHNICOLOR MA RlO —ANN LANZA BLYTH iKUuinn jAaiais KIRSTENNOVOTNA EXTRA SHORT: 111111)1.i: Of RHODESIA" To-night visit MORGAN Thr tniuf Brautlfiil Ni>iht Club tram Miami to Rio u-llh a irorId-uia> r.-pulatlon /or pood food Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 for reservafions r*T/VA7S CHAMPS and SL'PER atKSSJM BRITISH MOVa TOMB VBW8 HOW TO-DAY TO TUESDAY 4.30 & 8.15 DAILY THE HEADLINE SENSATION;^ OF THE YEARI ^SD al 1 SS^gsstk*** Make Your Cooking a Pleasure Sflirl \ %  %  FALKB KI I N 'KK!t — 2 & 3 Burner Model IlEATnicP TAHI.F STOVF. 1*2 Burner Model CARRON DOVBI COAL STOVE — Not. 0*7 OVENS — Single nnd Double Paris lor above Stove* art also in ito:k. AND ALLEN MARTIN as JOHNNY HOLIDAY with William BEND1X: Hnmy CARMICHAEL; S'.jnley CLEMENTS COTTON LINENE V ir School Uniform DIAPER CLOTH M" 9 DIAPERS S 1 CH1LDRFN-S VESTS All Si.I DORIS GENE DAY-NELSON s/s.ii-BiiuTj:*;ui Qja GIAOYS GIOF". %  SI'OBIMIN of the EAST 1 T. it. EVA:\S \ ^iain IIIJIS PLAZA DIAL A606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 bR D IOI1 YOU! BAKING >.m v.1.1 .leed .' !.s. PUDDING PANS MfiASl'RlNG CUPS ind SPOONS Rni.l.INC. PINS. CAKE STANDS ICING cUona ::v PAN8 CAKI BOXES -llFAU eoa mNO Tarklni Pr.il.lem uhen -ou Khop lth OS I THE Vllll.VltOS (IMII'IIIVIIVI I'OTTOX F.UTORV LT. ROYAL TODAY A TOMORROW 4.M I.1S Fox Double . Rlehard WIDMARK Ap .iv I--.-.: N. "PANIC IN THE STREETS" AND FOR ME AND MY GAL" Starring '.LAND Ge:ie KELLY OLYMPIC TODAY TOMORROW 4.30 AIIS Fox Double . PECK ftldurd WIOMARK YELLOW SKY AND "MANHATTAN MELODRAMA StarrtnK Clark GAPLE Mvrna LOY •



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SAT! %  KIIAY. MPTIMBIil 1 lil BARHAIMlAHWK Ml PAliE TIIRI.F. Rice Arbitration Court In B.G. i • sir JOH\ >J \IM TOAD CONVICT Sir John Saint l\!.. And lion. K. K. Ilinilc Attending AN Arbitral; I | r:ce of nee from BritWl l I c held next week, and Sir John Sa.nl. Kt.. CM ti t.„, been appui lw Board Hon. K. R Hunte. M.LC. will attend as an adviser on behalf of the (iovemment of Rarhado*. The Acting Hi at in r-^. - agreement u entered Into between tinBntlaa Ci, Marketing Board and tha Government of Barbados whereby the Board agreed to supply this Island Wtni Ha nee requirement* at nxcr perioo 1i iy4T The All prov.smn (or the cxten period (or i furthei lb %  n.*. or, B March WJS hold in Tmmiad which sna r.ttanried by the Bril ing Board and represent tha purchasing Cotatia*. The object of tha m aa ftn sj was to agree upon prices hM year pariod I JonIMS, to Hit Pao wn b tr ..,.,., ,rt ,-_.-„, m The meeting reeommended & TILL AT L£KGE llxecl prices to apply throughout tha three year period. The Riee >rMn our o* e\nrr.pona*i r Marketing Board WM howavei PORT-OF-SPAIN. August 29. onl>* prepared to cunrtrm the Where is Say well Gordon' 1 Is prices provided they would apply be dead or alive'.' The Police hiva in respect of th'd i ol tha public could bai m, m m* IWM Th, On,,. „„£? s „ n „ and .turnouts Of lniii,l:,l ami Tobtfo ..., Bra|Ml3n have and theI net rc^uuemenle are supplied t Hnti.h (I nii.i! „__.„ agteeme, f\\ () I Ul>f)ft TA XT subrrit io arbitral* VM.urxrn l^UIl of the prices lor the U utenMo-i peniMl. The tiavrrnmrnU concern •d have a*reed to combine (sr thr purposeni jrhitrj lion, and lam appointed Hon Sir John Saint. KI. I M i. a Member of the Arbitration Board The British Guiana Hire Marhrlliis Board k. entitled to appoint one Member The third ..id IIK.II Member who I* to be Chair* saan of the Board will be an Independent person in.nn Bated by the Sac re tar) -.1 Male for the Colaniev Ti.tS. .: %  nominated Di VY M Clyde, CMC Dr. I Lyde has until recantly been the Director Ol Economic Activities (or the Commissioner General for the United Kingdom ui South Ea-t Asia. Ha is now Rice Advisee to the Sccietai of State for Foreign Affairs and la •km OMiaat ol the Consultative Cnmmlltee on Rlcr in South East Asia which meets m Singnpote. The Arbitration Court will be bald b British Gu of Baptanbai M former Economic Advlaaf to .he Govemmant of Ti.ntdad, and now a practising BurlahK-atl.'W in England will appear before tiuCourt on bh:>lf of the Chasing Government The Durable K It Hun* will accompai on bahaU ol tha OovaTamant of CONSTITUTION COMMISSION TO DEPORT IN DEC uEuKOtlovf .N. Ausjuat .:. Report ol the loinjiUMKiri itfti W O >l rtporti Ufa area to Tscarthave been llo1r*g to the DEVELOPMENTS %  I fl.'pfl 1 v PAW, Auguit 29. Two :i ., lupments I to result io tha Interests of the CRj Council from the in tha i' K. of Mi II W Farr.ll. Town Clerk. Introduction %  i mechanised accounting and (21 incorporatu*! of modern arrange1 from Enelish llties in the new Town In talks with Sir John Inrie. flth the (or the %  dlseugaad the appointment of .. Town Treasurer among other things. r el-Smith an his reasons ior EataaBaae* the oovornu. Crurlas WouUry. K C ITcss Confereiuc .>t House on Monday nichi U i IIMTICS raBattiad la i %  v liijihl .,[• %  three-month stay in the i K during which tttai aalka with lha Secrt-Ury lha DfracfDt or tin %  \ elopment (*iiep>n i 8lf Charles said confidence in ment was reflected gaaaBawftaM kta Hie uve-iumule pent>U N which the Colony .succceilij in floating a tld.OOO.OOO loan %  hanca Uia counlry's duvtlopmeni This u by no maang naifBcfant ti meet our nninediate needs. Sir tileries said, and tie had cnphasLjcii this to the PaWUlaiji ..f State to whom he made rtronsj representations. He w hopc-fm and confident that apart from lluE %  mount "we shall got r assislanc* and we si'* 11 get other Investment capital." HiExcellency also told <>f thai promt** C DC with respect to some loan psjaftfaaJM concerning rice development I | would take ome time" for a dei lie given, but he to receive fOina information the next two or thre mos Rice was the number one p in tinCcVany'i Aav^ofanai ;it proposals, and if the prortosals maKfc to the C.D.C. receive svmpatheii.' Uon and pr< n ful. it would ba "f i-'-i am la the colony'" small fanner-. Wnler Contrail Mis Excellency nli > b to solve the difficult it's or the finatl Polder district on the West Bank. Demi-rara lii\ er. Thi will call for .i i oni| Iota r a v l aad aantrol I %  wan t h e> DemerarH nnd Eane>iuiho River-which would provUla baiMftl ovei an area of 00,000 aCTM IN thnt with such ;i witter control experinenl. there would be gg—laag; benefits not only 90 tha I %  d^try but to the SIIKIII u. %  as well. Crrvnhottrl Areas In B.G. To B*^ O/H'ns ( MII tern To'tluy — R N II ItNtK an the 'uated >>t ihe inmg at 10 i Mr. Turn %  ior t %  boys' and girls' club) l.i-iirn i a Hv ) our On n Wmkr-l /t Artist —Antl Vmmhlr i )ow Hvouiy lu>>nitly! MMns <; i Twnm gad 'l \ \ aiighan in tr. | Court of Appe.il %  Mi I A McLMMLj t a case brought bv the •ajgdiMtt lam I. J< i • ol H lb i .. him . %  %  W (Ulc id Their Hot %  %  i -.n Hood on March lii The Ct.url For Divortf And Mulrimoiiml Owttfli .: . Hmi. Tli i decree akl m thg Mai r Farmer, hespondint. The l'etitmn • i .iip*..u-i in paraoh. There was no order lo< i Io .n.other ?uit decree i.i-.i Jatosj prut i. i and lha I %  %  %  : %  .. ii" irad m person and lilrnil ^ ^ I liiworiii l MA UV:I>^ HARBOUK LOG In Carlisle Bay v*hi a t arai n aii Wtt tlU 1U.V. u. lajdia Artin. S R.B Cb>uaw Ftanalyn U 1. V i Ii>U < -I* !*• Mariwr. . AHKIX tl i .. lUvnn. TIKIS C*p1 KM*> lor l>,ir a m.nbo !ljMR< hBllk. | | i \ %  • UM %  %  %  Lucia llii\ lailiir iliillywciiid Irl iSriiool of Nlke-Ip >A__ Ml Italia | i /^\ I ... aarasaal ataka-oi %  tisspaaws iiipgaa I ill atn 1 laax f ttsk. i I %  i FREE I B i Tin k ia II,.i Surveyed RATtS OF EXCHANGE aieM Otafti as s/MS> pr. 41 Killed In Road Vrcidcilts' -IN 7 MONTHSKreraOui Own c>i'tu< POrfT-OF-SfAlrf. August 29 IdUad in (idents In the colony 11 ven month* of i' i peopfc i %  killed. In July I860, 10 [Kople were klllod %  gaUafl t*g In July 1951. This accounted for the lower llgtins on road deaths this year, as, tha A.;ure were 208 in 1950 and INI. I typM were ap by 13 ()cr rent Ftguras lor August this yaai wen axpex-te-i to tiid bein a crop iincluding several fatal accident* over the recent 'l^irtment here rlll shortly carrj out a nhantaoa survey between the uppfj Berblce and Corentyne H where It has been rsriH.ii.-d tt...t laara ara fteh araa ol %  n %  • fnswai < %  Tha Dapartmant aairnar tinye.ir carried out valuatmi. la the North Waal I Matrict The mam quaatloai enfr imti • %  the Uepartmant. it was asnjl ]-, that ol maaaaatlim. %  inprovement, and this would in ill piobabllity have to be shelved unta some of the areas which been worh**U> k 5j.-tesi are given up la ti' OaS-Vernment. When thes—fHlll ust-.l 1 li*kare given up. the DapaaVl n.ent will DaBva In OB ttH generation prtigremmo The last time tb* l>i ., %  Was engaged In i I WOlk was (ometime between 1939 -> i.. 1 1942 SEAWELL UttVUU !•> HM I t II I Hub Mi I %  !•-,* u in I i.l. rranh Scheri.r. Vrtm D I i Cam %  %  n %  .. liilaai i r .. h reum %  %  .I-..I *...... T.-nui-d Uaj.id nrretu %  (' %  vi W Cast*, C *. ,im>tMr*!. I Nrwbold i DW '' I A I 1 hf I I I r.n lM*nl. Tn&it leK Stall..' I MMWr Wh.iit, u Italhf HMi I IM.II IIKlUiM Hill, AllFor St V r*nl v nan a^-.i g Ui Bra %  atiaai M>a u ni 1H .i Fairal Bi Ii I i I < in mil KM (1 ui. IT mi • I l/i.K, ii* w ill.-li& % iar-QM> mm tram ,h %  Ik. Oin. ntaiuoa I.. %  .,. %  2r>, FHCN —SniU>.i.< y.-ii %  -•> S>— is* ..... 1 v. ym ass ~trk M| H iill i When you smile in the mirror... Are your teeth as white as hers? Hm MS Malad ino aogf mirror todavr* \Xcrc aasaj te.lh hnpht JiJ I1K> lpMkh ? tlr could they be uliiur MM? loll with Pcpsodkni the] could I BacmM 1'cpM.ucnl woniaiiis Inuin. s|vcial inKtcdicnt which mWBt away dull hint irom teeth, gives ihetn a wondcilul new IflHaatl TODAY Mi">lluarl* will he holiliiiK • '•''' M s 'l' ul I .Make-I'p ( laM H Messrs CBV* Shepherd A( Ca. I.id. at O ;i in. Be Mire to attend this \r1 School of Make I p t lass. THE TOOTHPASTE ^JaNUl \1ANNIIN(; & C(K. LTD. AGENTS. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 Communists Say Allies Killed Red Police S. Koreans Take Key Hill Round The Clock Offensive Started i ,,„.. TOKYO, August 81. \ FORMAL Commur.isi protest charged tnai on Saturday about ten South Korean iroo-3 attacked three Red military policemen in thi song neutral zone on Thursday, killing two and wounding the third. Peking Radio broadcast a protest by General Nam II, '.ho chief Communist truce negotiator, to Rear Admiral Turner Joy, head of the United Nations armistice team. Nam said that on the same day, but in a separate incident, other Allied troops fired guns in the area of Pan munjom inside the neutral zone. O.M0.\ Nam said lh.it still .... Koreans, armed with nuehine nuns hfluid their countrymen to escape after thi kilting .f the military policemen. Nam II said : "| proti ously. and demmd the most sever.punishment for thosereaponslbk for the incidents, and also demand the assurance that such incident; Will not occur attain". The new protest was dated Align a few hours after Nam had lodttcd %  formal protest alleging thai B 26 hnmber had violated the neutrality of Kacsontf. by flying over the urmistiie city and drooping a parnchut • Hare near the conference site An Eighth Ar.,, spokesman today announced the opening of n round the clock artillery and all attack on the Korean East front as the Communists made fresh accusation* that the United Nations were trying to wreck the ceasefire talks by violating the neutral area. In mounting a series of accusations of American "trearhery" In Korea, Peking radio today said that the Americans were "writing off these peace talks, and trying to force the Koreans and Chinese (O MMnM the responsibility." Tne broadcast linked the Kaeaong truce talks with the forthcoming Japanese Peace Treaty Conference In San Francisco Thi States had deliberately acted to ruin the truce IU ^illations "to tone the Japanese people to build up thenlighting strength." Peking Kadio said. America was determined to "wreck the talks before the San Francisco Conference." The broadcast served to bolster the belief, long held here in usually well informed circle San Franciscn Conference had always figured in C< ...IIIUIIM strategy nt the Kaesong Conference. The Communist move to initiate the ceasefire talks came after the plans for the Japanese Treaty signing had been announced by the United States State Department. Today's Peking radio broadcast quoted as further evidence of the *reck Truman Not Likely To Visit Europe By OAKOLL KrNUORTHY WASHINGTON. AUK. 31 1 • pon Iblllty of President Truman visiting Europe| in! White House chate, but the bC cannot plan such %  trip now. Some viaitOM from Kutope hive urged him i % %  would like to see htm go as a propaganda move to in %  ': % %  %  !< %  t'r.it, %  ] St.it* i,.ii %  %  I ire indications that Truman has bte-i InBnenced by tin enthusiasm which his Margaret showed ifu-t bl ->nd has probalilv beet, ••neouraged by ht %  %  an experience Bei Truman says that he WOUld Itke I., go, but can make it.. i r plan* now. offleh.lg Mid. He haj been just is noncommittal us ever t<> v. recently urged hun to fO iwrted. A Cmxl Reason Truman could easily find .. gu.id reoaori f.. r ; visit to Bu servers said One would I*repaying the official trips whicn the French President Vincent Ann-.. and the British Prime MinuteClement Attlee have mad* Aurlol was hr I( uut April. There h.is been rcpcite*; Speculation Omt Truman would repay that visit sooner Other reasons for ...-, alto be to s. %  the Burn coven undei th. M whuh tachnlcelh i 6TH ARM* HEADQUARTERS, Korot, Aug. 31. j .11 KD HATI0W3 troops lough! to the top of a key hill on the "bloody ridge" on Vrid.ty night after a day of savage lighting, and held their line*, against desperate Communist counter attatkd ov two other hills in the same sector. s ,i iba hfli % %  %  N i Koreai i I %  %  u imp* I Conference Will Show Who Wants Peace Pilot Flew Faster Than Any Human I ALIKOHMA Aug. 11. i i Pilot Bill Bridgman (lew I ill faster than any human being in, %  taiiy Aitf. the instruments, ti had only a brief peep at tht wurlaV, Mh mile beltf*. He said, I gnf ontv I hfirt look nut. It || Qt light UP said that he eoukJ the curvature of the%  mrtfc. beg I %  liktmgmsh objects 00 the pound. The United BU I %  ,i rtntndi Hnd|mn had broken the lo-yaar%  m teeC, %  rvtng balloon. I i c took bu rocket powered • j ticket plane t4) mi undisclosed ultitudr over Edwai ... Air rorce base al Muror on Amu* 18 r.r. UHN i\ MflBf COUN' Chief Scout of Jtpr.ii, hi Boy Scuu'. Ti ..i.Hi.. | utre at Oil 1 KedCliinaW ill France Fears Resurgence \rms Some of tho • — v.v. "American determination '.o the talks", the nssignmem to the President to gjo. oaten.! ... United States* delegation to the; make th? trip In 10 U conference uf lliig.idier (Jenernl. spending three each in : William Nuckols. who hu acted [ l.ondon :,nd thu-, %  %  as chief spokesman for the United dealt here in :. ; Nations truce delegation. Nuckol*. time. Ihe radio claimed, would "''''' U] American story to tneir own MteUltan to por/uade Uicm thai they mull accept the American plan to re-arm the Jl| %  ru the American intention to continue and expand the war here". The broadcast followed close on the heel* of the Communist eh rues that there were froth Allied violations of K • It quoted the Communist newsp.iper repo saying that South Km. armed with machine guns advanced to within three miles ol Kaesong bef'ire b-in* halted by "Police %  uardt*' OeneraJ Nam n. Chief communist delegate to the Kaesong Armistice Talks lodged I stroiiR ornUsl over the Peki'g Radio lonlght concerning the "eontinuInto the neutiiil zone bv united aircraft." General Nam II demanded that the "culprits' bi overely punlehcd and soeght "full assurance against any repel dent in violation of the neutrality rone ajraornenl on row S esterday's alleged In I adlo said that when the Communist military patrol ohaead the South Korean iroo) botch of Unlh ed perPQCUM I wh" the Kaeaong neuti %  a cd the South Korean* with I machine gill .. w towards the %  outhaaat .ii^mj the I rallw it "nt until 23" > i un. that your armed persoi pft the neuti ndded -I'.P NotBeliivili'd To Talks NSW DILfU A %  Nehru told Ptaiilt %  3ilna would not be invlfa
ancc I'. >, %  > t onleirin. jSan Francisco. B niy India. Burma (and Indonesia would b %  %  %  consti.ru touch With I e Parliamentary criticism of buUl tend the Japaneae Tre (etenoo, Neiim iiiillmil to reveal t of the disci | Britain, the United Stab [India during the preparation ol 'v. Instead, he refer r ed eritta to tba reoantJ %  'Include* Indlo'M obfaetlomi T<> V I Treaty. Nehru re-afflrmed thai m had not (ommunicate,t to If i. views liefore accepting ferenre invitation. W'n Inent cril arnment bad • <• %  ne Fai Cornmiarion, Nehru replied had no reason or r I made o* ;the great ytowers at \ P — |M*. Of Germ a A it • TH£ TALKS oi Tnin an'i pexsonal %  tbcti : %  (Mnada Protests U.S. Import Itan OTTAWA, A ( l i • BI ,. proj blbUlor, ,n th.imporu i "> %  '.j the i .iieva Tra %  %  i ato L.u, dl in ill U i State olni ihe today, ti.%  %  K I tb> >• aj ya, vi'k :t elb* 9tai Oepe meri ,• ',,<.;, v^thbJr-on t,. i be la n .. tna i ri th i-ll'i i f %  i> : Qornuu U %  %  . i ictl ... %  %  i %  %  nicnt fi %  I %  '. irth 'i. m ; ( ch •fi win.; ambal %  %  -n "mtui n I fi %  rn-Lii it into \ >i be—i r WASH ifS %  n., %  i ihat thi i %  I %  i. id 'i %  I 0 lhal Uw pad I : ,,i opportunlt) %  i that i lot U ..: ':. i %  .nil sign. !i,. pj %  Hie o '.it renci "will wan) t" tot |ti n do % %  John Fofter Dullo Republican i uthor i>f the trei I pact khvi ... tea. He ei HI | %  i %  i tii. i %  %  R (U W IODOI wai j{ %  i in i %  .-in it..( hopi Ml to rib F.B.I. \ab A-ven Su^eoted i Fn Tho Djope Rinp \*KW YORK, August 31. • d -n the u i Iclon of conducting a coast nng th;tt (1.000,0 .ti-;v. Police tald thai narcotic pedClueagn, and Brfiton had flown Vork to make purrha-es fro i the seven man Tin-i. night by ban Moctlvea who ^od trailed them hy posing Deteetive Kati ; S( narcotic "an evil of ma '.forcement I up parents muat Join in the lii^lit ;<• I out. —V.V. ultan lUBlj — r.p. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART %  martn: r,M a.m. hnu t % %  00 p m HMa: N* iw Uoon. LiMhtuiK Up ] p.m. liiiih TidS,flB vm mul 4.1H p.m. Low Tid< 10 05 a.m. and m I l A Train Apiece NEW YORK, AugU Sydnev 11 Quigham, who le,d New York City's 'rain system believes that the solution to HUM >!etropolitan area's jammed subways and bui lines is an H bullet-ehaped puah*buttonog underthrough a pneumatic tubes. Foreeastint; the t the full.ii' i suggested that fH i would be si itloncd In merit of tl i %  I tut>e-'. Motive power would be by "compressed air of great ,. %  without 01, ijoisnm —L'.F. soriKrn t. itent. '1/ %  .. Ii ig< U i %  %  reochln • %  %  '•: %  ... "the !,'•' 1 I i v |i tht %  be te the Ronerai u Stood her.that the Unit.,1 StWaM Agriculture t> %  %  %  UNI on hi ttaehed to th. .,T %  .. Rill which went ti i -t' V Missing Di|*li nuls May B< In Cxcclioilovukiu l.o\.-.\ %  I .IK' -I! haw beti %  und uu n %  %  %  %  nil) IIM i i % %  '' %  • %  r reign 0 11 i .11 Ilrrahl .,.,1 OutVi I e U ,foi Hi. .nfe re -inti> Rw -i %  nl %  i ... | i. i",' %  nariled the %  hope di (Iffi.iuls Try To End Copper Strike %  1 mopped up ii S U v m. n the AllH\| i . "ticy n ami!, amm %  th %  'i ; i'..' i % %  ide to 1 • : on iiu. I i %  i 1 1. \ I. mid all ihrt lulls ihej kttUj ir rhe > lhal lb Kon p ushi within three mils 11 Ki "continuing'' thru nghl in i .iiin the Kon v. mlgbl be the .i ihe i Red i durlni all .. Friday attacked thi United N.. MNTlAt.il. (hile, Aug 31 Incerlty" in thA sharp but brief parthquukc Kaeson(( I com '""* SantiaRu and Central Chile plcMy Iun i ndiy. First reporl Indicated WASHINGTON. Aug. 31. Fnknl and Union ObVUlll *irlt u i|mrk settlement uf the i lUOOWIdO eopper Mnki it orderaciualh obhlned. Truman invoked the ration.1 cmemenrv Taft-Harth v Act 111) niRhi Bs 11. lude t rrttuuj the injunctinn to returi. in n tn work iii the vital I .-tr > % %  -I'.P. 1(1 Ships II, I.I Up DUBLIN, AUK. 31. %  i Iran rca^saared ddp i. thi ttarflte irf HO %  mm who dcrtmnii a 32i. weekly tase tt.P. <,in,ikr Hits Santiago n invilntlon t,> pttun .i i r l; snu HO dainagi (IV Tiioiisuiiil-' Vllt-ml Canadian Fair .iiAugusl 18 Occupy Island sAKJON. Indo-l'hina. Aug. 31. i uii piraurooperi occupied i "f C'u Luo 3-1 miles north %  iniinh im.c of Quaiif•I %  Huriiif^e Itaidtrl Indian Village Bitrtoa I OH &mojj ;i\t's i The com i H i. %  11 ,ui Ml I HO Hi then left to %  1/ ', %  '.' -I this peel ...-, %  he £ .... %  MH CAKI.YI.K .. rei Uw ss Col i BURTON %  NEW DELHI, Aug. 31 Mi iru inid pi %  '' h 24 this year It %  • man I i Burma % %  . •hovill^eot l'....vu ... o,.c %  i tided i hu on the Indian boi it. iii thai 400 he i i nnt. live*toek kllleit ..rut Standing TO;. ra den ha< laportatlon of !_'" it .* raid was repeati d Bv* dai Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund THE ItOOO a day p\ce was malataiiied yclerday SI, 180.00 Andlng Ui way into the fund Thu earned the tot*i well beyond iLe S.'>.000 mark wl:i,li repri-Miitn collection' for a week BUT THT. COAL IS YET AFAR OFF The ii'*d of tn' IIID.IOI" iRr-'Cr thin ,...->. D % %  raipaat Ht .%  .. bukhai roadl re ,„ *... t PIof the -ii— %  I %  r odirect I' thofflc" Of aiwgagsr Ol to-day. • % %  •rtTWUlWUWtl N ~ %  I'.:.. -• ( %  A I • %  j r A M \'. M S Mil Co 1 M %  M.n.l II Miw r \r C B. D I CM M I Hi %  aw .1 H > as V an %  114 %  I < I Ii \ Mn-hln%  MlM H Lyn but there wren %  U .1 Ni.khu vlll if II'. (rdianCoininittfM'Tfv Assist Juinuicaifri i with .<•* tinn prei I ... id'InformaUon could not be .... • 'i in Si* let %  . %  %  nil ID be there—I r Iralnlnfl ol Ubrarin Mcinwhik nlM II. i:itn if [50^ h ch< < Ionia i %  • ; V/i I Fui d %  .'.....: foi % %  I 111 'A %  Ubrarlin, in 11 11,. < %  i -. R %  %  %  ,. i %  %  I %  and will emu %  i %  -. the 12th %  < %  1981 in. laigi %  '" m m,iv niheasl i.f arid and ftl** TN | were %  iiWrlod by French Nnv\ If. FISHY! L0NOON, Aim. 31. A llnh Ml Frank llitii, ihi thlgftl % % %  lei !i i. %  -k lashed oul — I the f*H>t-liiii^ Ii Ii on I las) week iftei ovei I perrons 1 eatsj n( the < I fethlbluon lunaauea. . oiourfu) ml, Di ii'"'-" I \ p rrtfane uilei i • %  . ...ii... Mill i i .... Wi w w ibi back with hi. nil ihe I l lied Hound ind h.l Hitchcock 11 ,0nlarl Vl ,, Hllcbe rk gut %  AsaarW % %  . %  || ,-. nj, i .Mii.m resi .i In lurh i i Can%  il i eniered **i ** *m v % %  i H i i .i ip The "ADVOCATE" pay) for NEWS Diol 3113 Day or Night MONTREAL %  . %  %  Mulr, Pi Of Can.. %  < .l\ — %  Cold View Prevails Among Economists (Bj HARRY FRANZ) . H fOTOW t .,,', %  1 itin-Amencan Kepn' I the futuic purl pov %  . %  %  Road washed V.waj "! %  I .. % %  Fad %  Belli v ashed ester. Pi \(lv— ,. %  %  %  %  from Hlllaby. Tun Id %  %  ; % %  %  %  < -111,I r %  • %  : %  rai ... re not in %  %  bohiu* bi Iheli ... rhi Tn %  %  I to man %  i l %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I t'zens whe .-,. %  I V Whenever you rememberwant a cigaretteIt's the TOBACCO that counts | pto^