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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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ESTABLISHED 1895





Govier Chon iat tame: Hurricane Veers

SAN FRANCISCO, Sevt. 4. Shipping Krom Jamaica

"TRUMAN warned Russia Tuesday night to k (Prom Our Own Correspondent)
her hands off the Japanese Peace Treaty oi}, The meagre ship KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 4.

: from the United Kingdor °
be branded as an advocate of more war. Speaking] sritisn Woo teas. FOLLOWING reports that high winds, rain and
black mist had started in St. Thomas, Port

Antonio, there has been no further dsvelopment in





LONDON

at the start of the Conference called to approve the}‘"\) {'

f the J

Japanese Treaty, the Chief Executive reiterated] ‘i se 6 0 oe
United States willingness to explore all problems] °°). °°) 0, 8s

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’ y j , a : | Jamaica o* the’ storm, and advice was received
threatening Pacific neace with Russia or any other ne Bree tO he Car | from Miatoi that the horricane ait 11 a.m was
nation. The Elders and Fytfe banana | | centred 240 miles southeast of Kingston and had

ia a bun Pe, ee oat : hich rc + : > * : ‘ pence
But he added this +: s not the time or places for] °°" ” ay | lost its foree during the nicvht, and the island was

such broadened international discussion. “Our hurricane struck, has now. arriy | no more in danger of the hurricane blow.
specific task here is to conclude a treaty of peace] wien she will sal aesin for t reulan

. ° * : i. . ‘ ne wit ”
with Japan,” he said in his speech telecast trans-| “aribbean. Her pa senser acco ite af the: - Hiedanned tace ‘
continentally for the first. time. fully beoked ane ‘hess would-be | tre stronge - our Executed
“That will be 2 greet step —— - - - eae rs ma j | wu nies p hou squall z ;

foward verer.! veace in the ari tasa a Sa “the | it : Al I Il I 5

Pacific”. The President then ci'ed Tran May Make For W ; SSREROOR ANG. OM) weet om Or “ iC ul a 1 Ss

the nee? of cther steps to cle , - tival year * ag ening All business however

the constent threet of fre ] 5 » ~e ba ‘ a Me one t | been spended all over the| M j ay

the Pacific srea, particularly the Neu P. posa a Snip ae ac He, ieee: Tee eal nd throughout the day as] Viurder

restoration of peace and securit y ° ° iad . tictin ; xf ais }vurri e precaution continued

in Korea. To Britain . + Bae tra West in ‘: : aes d Governor Foot, prior to t AMMAN, Sept. 4
3ut he continued these “othe enger services Sis ee ” fanger erlod broad } The four men, condemned for

A! : od eh : 1 Sept. 4 1 | i Festival 4 a. Widens ace a ar-old Sulte 7) : Ce . 2 . , ‘ ,
steps” would have to follow “% TEHERAN, Sept. 4, ,,/ ends. but the hurricanes may make AFTER a two year stay in Britain, the 78-year-old Sulton of Johore and his 54-year-old Rumanian wife, essage to t land asking ymplicity in the assassination of

Japanese treaty. Obviously not It was announced that Iran Will}the strain on shipping resources with their baby-daughter Princess Meriam, left on the “Orangi” to return to their Malayan Kingdom veople to meet tt expected | King cule - Jordan in July,

wanting to precipitate more of ms psd eae ee —_ a tighter than it has ever bee They intend to return to London paper, Express fisaster with similar coves ere executed at Amman’s Central

a diplomatic crisis than mow Britain for reopening of the oi “Things were easier sorties this ont ae ere oe ss —— {| he hurricane of August 17 ison early tocay On Sunday,

exists here Truman _ was) un- telks if Premier Mohammed Moss-! year,” said one London shipping | pp “uo a ls From Miami comes the report Regent Emir, Neif, had con-

vsually circumspect in dealing % gh gets approval of the Iranian [SopRounen, “and one ship with auca sian tt ‘Forces rom A Quarters : hat the hurricane “Dog” broke| °rmed the sénteneesito death by
with Russians who are expectec' ; Parliament. erths fcr ten passenger ver : p into heavy squalls Tuesday and] iang . . » spec

to oppose the approval of the! ‘ice Premier Hosein K. Emi said | sé ailed from London for the West yr pared sf ; ay ad eon Ae ar haa by the special

treaty in its present form. ' aide memore would be handed | roaree with s | empty berths ond vicious tropical blow v ith The four men were

But there was no doubt in the io ‘he British Embassy setting forth | 41! the traftic









Union was the target cf to resume talks broken off with _ we ecaster Grady Norton of Miami] '¢ter of Philosophy of London

reai i ick sociale iat . ~, 4 }are expecting a big rush when all sey wie? ser! y ersities o t
ve ee Minister Richard see eatin these visitors try to get back home By A. SYMMONDS ‘id. Norton said Jamaica might] ‘4 Berlin Universities, who took

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‘ asin the other r ye a mnbee weeks, The “island cai
minds of diplomats that thet’ terms whereon Iran is ready | direction wi h visitors coming to i OV e hh Oo i a 7 ke breath now’ the chief weathe: Dr. Musa Abdullah Hussein,
Soviet Uni { , Britain for ie Festival. But w NG
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> ce | ; yay $ rt in the Arab Jewish fighting in
ruman sé “With Japan re-| at the same time,” | TOKYO, Sept. 4, | : ’ Abo Be terme ene aU we , Iped i
‘ eueeen said : fh an 8 | Tear stilt “inutete that thareaci aoe Neos Pai PRT Rina F ; k | seeeeeeeeees WEDDING. About| les to force the winds in tough 483, and later helped in truce
eae i a oath th e oule cr{tionalized industry shall run the}tondon simply cannot afford t General Matthew Ridgway's headquarters said offi- | 200,000 Germans lined the cobbled) on yatis, put “it is reasonably cer pervision and Red Cross work,
$ al > yple of : 5 0 sim annot afforc Oo whe ; ig ‘ “ > ? , > streets ¢ , per LO-Gi . | , , ; ' ’ leer
ce neems 8 Bi vo people “t{refinery at Abadan and if British] prolong their stay for an indefin-} Cla@lly tosnight that lari numbers” of Soviet Caucasian aoe py per Ai y hse re tain now they will not have a bad] ** Liaison Officer
s , ; , *xperts refuse ror Aarconeil ita nent, ae Sain roops \ iw tec a) Banerts ty fast Germany ; he wedding procession of Prince} ),, ” the “ve expecting
should be possible to find ways|¢*Perts refuse to work under con-| ite period, The Colonia! Office is troops, including technical experts from East Germany andj m,,44 August Von Hanover and| BEL Ra ae eee roe

: ; , . } : rn : Abed Okke, a Jerusalem cattle
to settle other problems in the} ‘tions laid down by Iran, the|helping by finding them tempor- other European nations, are in North Korea.











lcountry will s begi i at t ‘i 1 . e / his 26 year old Princess Ortrud, aon ~ ; tor . Ww hic h wes head- merehant,
Hacific which pew threaten peace lot nor oats n ‘auparts Vateodl said. find Ee “a ree rr t yo ‘holida 1% lhe oficial announcement said that the Caucasian “vol-| both descendants of Queen V icto-| MTh “Do oy } oad t ae ie Abdul Kadir Farhat, alias Mo-
; . . afte .clasr | Oe ig *
Sane mseres men Sanne Cen | : —U.P mn vie rs back to the ir a n ‘hpmes unteer” forees, organised in Manchuria early this year, had|ria. They were married in a 30) Suna a ied On ne rg te hammed Sidmeer, a Jerusalem
E y cas Ss a s s| ©. Gkers Bate ¥ ‘ i > cere , fore > > nN Sunde é «o miles gale. fee se pr rie
| Sate ae Ta 1 <4 ith tie _ . A few have booked passages by; been moving into Korea since spring, backed up by more minute ceremony before the titled aniane: Was: conAned MAaURE Der. Yee house proprietor
ready to explore with ctnei al vc : : dn) dhe erowd of European royalty, inelud aoa . . Zakariya Okke, a buteher ond
Governments at th ‘oper time ir, but the single B.O.A.C. fare: than 1,000 fighter planes and }i ight bombers, | . ; lines and trees. No casualties were :
overnments at the prceper ti | mi : to Jamaica is £152. 10s. far out | ’ 7 7 ic sa Publ tifot t jing the Kin ind Queen of Greece re ; . . ¥ cattle merchant, brother of Abed
g i + . Sw is VEER . ‘ Pay oe P dgwe lic formation’ ‘porter
and in the proper for ay how this) ALDERMAN ef the reach of most visitors : zl 4 . ; a 2 , FOR " . re | yore Okke,
might be accomplished. BUP Office said that forces were com- 4s BIG 3 TALKS .—The| Anott ‘ans “Rasy”
There were “many well estab- nd ‘ : : : posed of specialist technical per-}] United States High Commissioner,; ‘other IUEFACAnS, wiS¥ +1 Death sentences were also ps
a 5 Y ; s nia : if : , ; t pe
‘ed. ways” for this exploration L IPRISONED sonnel, contributed by the Soviet| John J, McCloy, and a party of| Which boiled out of the Atlantic,}eq on two other men, who had
: fled to sanctuary in Cairo and were
; i pe a ane , 5 . . slands yesterday, was believed to], ¥ f
ing East Germany The Eighth plane to-day for Washington to]! y, tried in their absence, They were
33 (From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ =, . ’ . stte \ . rT i: a ah cr ye 5 ’ f oO 0 “ 3 i. ‘
quarters. PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad, Sept. 3, B rd P nned RELIEF FUND Amy Commander, General James ue ng fap as Pres Foreign Min- roe da lyn e . aoe Colonel Abdullah Tell, the ex-
But these are not matters} Charles Ward, former Alderman oa la The Fund reached $7,000 Aj Van Fleet, said yesterday that) "ers Conferency tropical. weather giant of thelCOvernor of Jerusalem, and Musa
which. can bé dealt with in our!of, the City Council was peremp- By K. C. THALER yesterday with a collection |} * Gust Europeans’? were among the FOUND DEAD. —Louis Adamic, one ni “still Sight oy Nett i} Abmed Ayyubi, a former Jerusa-
@ 8 as , : ) . ood |) iad wikone ; ago i { at 2, mile ’ ' d vie ‘
pres conference. We have .torily imprisoned for three months LONDON, Sept. 4, of oret, $908, Tle is a g ie Bad, ipeces mygpped for 4\(52) noted author, was found deadi fiom the United States ste ER hie lom vegetable merehant Four
come here to take « single step= corruptly receiving $800 He? plans have been arawn-up: for be done to PR i « offensive “within. . tworitr his burning home in New Jersey] Thy Weather Bureau sent an Aire po Ue” penn uals found not guilty
| but of the utmost importance.|Pleaded guilty and appensted. the formation of an Allied Middle to the desired total teed Li to-day with a bullet hole in his foree Hurricane Hunter plane from a U
7} 0 s offers| The charge reads that Ward]fast Defence Board under a Su- ; Bloody Fight }head und a rifle across his lap, Fire] ijn. w “ee di. 5 5
The treaty now before u : HAVE YOU HELPED ? k ‘iney Field, Puerto Rieo today to va ee
more than talk of peace. It offers| “being a Councillor did corruptly{preme British Commander and "

There are still many Bar-

receive from Edna tiojas the sum j|linked with North Atlantic de- badians, thankful for their

peace. The conference wiil show
therefore who seeks to make



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| The United States Army’s Sev-| Warden Walter Ellis reported

t ! out the new storm, Another hur

enth and Second Divisions, and! REDS RALDED.—Japanese police] pjogye-} . RAN UNI KE y TO
, - . i > unter i y ) yi ‘er 2
of $200 for himself as an induce- | fences the First Marine Divis ion are in aj raided reane-nun ai p ivy priv iteer Ae ft I I L





(From Our Own Correspondent) United States and Britain over the Do not delay. Contribute '



proceed immeatately companies said that Swedeg - ds
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinid nical experts from

Germany|tight, according to an authorita nder the Taft-Hartley I



Warren said the proposed 1, future defense of the Mediterra- to-day.

fax eo a Communist Party offices} \7 i. bof ¢

peace and who seeks to prevent|ment for his obtaining for her a) | Recommendations for the Board|] FAVages of a hurricane who || 210° fight against the Commun-,Uiroughout Japan at dawn to-) iuok at. “Du ur. |GET SWEDISH TANKERS
it, who wishes to put an end to| transfer of lands of the Corpora-]}to cover the Eastern. Me diterrs | Tould. ‘want to subscribe to sts on the East Central and ‘Cen-| day, and arrested five of the 17 :
war and who does not so wish.”’|tion situate at Mucurano.” epan were drafted by the N.A.T.O. this Punt, Thiet ehimide | tral front, General James A. Van| members of the Party's Provisional en STOCKHOLM, September 4.

Thus did Truman draw the| standing group and will be circu-| still theirs. Sen@ th your | Fleet the United Nations Ground] Central Committe: an It is “unlikely” #hat Sweden
polite dividing line through the | lated soon to member 3 Govern- + Adnnsion eee Either of Forces Commander disclosed.| : is laft—Hartley Law vill be willing or able to sell
conference hall and by indirec- loods Cause Heavy re 4 Perea eis = “Otta- the three city banks will fk he announcement followed the; TO GO WITH PRINCE - tankers to the Iranian Govern-
tion put the pro-aggressor label a . a 1 eiennes: wort) th genie; Pao - ors ane | 9S tement by General Matthew B.| he official Jordan delegation sAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4 ment a Swedish shipping expert

| ny nation that stands with ae Tio ; ca y : Ridgway’s Supreme Headquarters uch will accompany the Crow President Truman o foesd aid Tuesde “sme

Susie. seeking to upset the Damage In T dad The proposed structure is the re- Cashier if the often ‘of. this | that a “large number” of Soviet|rince, Emir Talal, on the triy red Attorney Ce val Hl ward oa ‘Ewoden’ Usain chingion
treaty. p | DAWSDADET, | aucasian troops, it ling tech-|!ome, will arrive in Geneva to IeGrath to





sult of a compromise between the

ace in the Pacific “if there rah. Ki, ADVOCATE J’CA sifellite nations of Europe, includ-j top advisers left Frankfurt by| 1,100 miles east of the Windward
» (@nuine desire for peace in all Mid Kast Defence }



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“aw for] already suffering from a general
j i. . ; z ind other European nations are initive Swiss source, The delegation] federal injunct age 3 T go. » age
{ tdasiniclaris coh: eminple: of: bank a Sept. 3, nean and is to close the last re Ameun’ prsviatsly REA a - st ‘i om sf ea hie end! 14Sp aachalitie- anpurehitans varie ana he oomesie nee igainst ey : hortage of tanker panes .
j volence and realism never yet There have been thunderstorms maining gap in Genera wight D Advesaie Gn, Lt4 \-round offensive was “strongly, the night in Beirut ] “ —(U.P.)
nadia te ated between victory}4Nd incessant rains in Trinidad Eisenhower’s European’ defence Mr. & Mrs | i P
consummatec etwee 14 fang E. M. Shilst 20,00 uggested DOLLAKS FOR INDIA v
and vanquished ... “never before; 4nd damage through flcod has been | plans MR ayy “240 real Rama: Rau, ri a # 'OUNC AL PA V EE
in history have victors been so assessed into thousands of dollars. Agreement. haa “been reached | Mr & Mrs. A. M. Wake } t ‘ now, only sou. - rean ad ee is aera of the ty iS PI / EK ER
magnanimous with the van-| Twenty persons were rendered after months of discussions be- field -Sa ander 9.00 i lave keen ten ifec In ac~| 1 iK O inc la, at the an 3 : =
quished .. . if given the oppor- homeless. tween Britain and the United oa ; can eo iop against the Reds. Van. Fleet; nual meeting of the World Bank, INDU : Ye i q
tunity . . . Japan is in a position Water supplies in many places |States that the Middle East De- ” A. ©. Boyce 10.08 id that at the/start of the present, will take up the question of more J t 4 bd
to contribute mightily to the ty pe} are contaminated and falling |fenee Board should be formed to mM Pat Boye 5 00 hot action in Korea on August 18th,! collar loar for India
4 of leadership which the cause of|branches are damaging telephone |include also France and to extend eS 7 ae 10 red units included one Chinese India idee ady has drawn ap A NEW LEAD ‘towards ec:
peace n needs so desperately | communications. is far as Turkey. Refinery Ltd 120.00 Communist corps and elements of proximately $60,000,000 loan fror pee eae a yards economic development was
in the Far East ... progress in Cars have completely stalled It will be placed under the Su- D. A. P ( bree North Korean Corps totalling; tne World Bank en in the Legislative Council yesterday when the Counci!
this. world was never made by| and in many homes there is fluod- | preme Command of a British Gen- ee 2 Pee atl 20n 3,000 troops, He aid that the ; on wv ee ADOR..—-George passe | with one amendment and without division a bill
grinding people down.” —U.P ing waist deep. ‘ral, probably Sir Brian Robert- Can, Bank of Commerce ype « of the Allied drive was to vA vam, mm me re fal Counsellor to encourage the establishment and deve lopment of new
son who is now British Command- Ocean View Hot 120.6 thraw he enemy off its balance|#! the British Embassy in Madrid ndust ‘
: “r-in-Chief in the Middje East. n Mitchell 25.00 ustries and to make provision for the granting of certain
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R ds Instal R; dar The plan ee whe. ” are ae t relief from ~ e ye tex and customs duty and income tax
e a yarticipation of Egypt and Israe c 50.00 ve gn Office announced on We © persons. establishing factottes in conne Oo by
‘ € 40 » V
when hostilities between Jews and Barclays Bank ndustris inection with suc
Arabs ceased as well as early (D.C. & 0) Al'ied infest me stormed up

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MISSION ENDS. Informes

ources believe that UN repre In moving the second re adit ig O
tative Frank Graham’s Missior bill the Hon'ble the
5.00 s+ ' i

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A, C. Cozier 5.00
Mrs. E. B. Skeete 20.00
Mr. & Mrs

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By HAROLD GUARD © the Indian subcontinent is con
LONDON, Sept.

Reports from India’s northern frontiers said on Tue sday

oe that took the hill yesterday lwo or three week Hon



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® membership of Commonwealth ze . ee es'00 i hill, north erthwest of Yangeu
Ss < m on e ] e -ountries with interest in the; Hypatea 1.00 today. and after nearly eight hour
Middle East such as South Africa} Mrs. Alleyne } lose ‘ie fighting drove off the rear
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$ Gi | ” i rity Council. What iescribed a ‘
H G. Murray 10.00 tos | yut fightin con. 4 down Resolution and i : ae
that the Russians have installed a radar system along west- M orréson poe O ea ap ied until 5.30 p.r Meanwhile, [Ue last meeting between Grahar hich had the effect of dippi + me are ee ra ar-
} . ' . x a orster 10.00 { 7 hens eran exnected Tuesda ie > O10 ) vative ». for tler
ern Tibet and where China’s Sinkiang Province borders La t [ 1 ti G. Hendy 7.00 || i a troop and infantry }@md Nehru wa peciae -5 eee el enu nd) cay Division of Essex rated
: ie Mons a lcints § nstructitons : Jol 00 d into rigid fortifications on |afetrnoon, ered when it w y i ussex, arrive
with India, Kashmir and Pakistan. > Bt. | cones nd egg ade GP Pe TRAY Maen Seren irom Trinidad by B.W.LA. short
. Bee ‘ ° ‘ » bie ridge north é ig om si ow vhich w c , - at
A chartered airline company pilot said that his plane’: LONDON, Sept. 4 decd 10 E Heavy Comfhuniat mortar. small ad to the augmentation of those | ®@fore 8.45 o'clock last night. H
instruments indicated the “nearness of intercepting radar’ | Prime Minister Clement Attlee onsen 150.0 ras und machinegun fire again tevenues Wek a at wae 7 mon Hor
f Kas ir-Si g 2 ier and Cabinet give final instructions P. Skeete 25.06 *d the Allied effort ’ é uke and Mr E. Robinso
on the Kashmir-Sinkiang frontier. é tg 3 shervind ’ wer So eae ee SOD UP. Plever ( rgs > i earnestly hope that the Billl Mr. Braiue told the Advocate
: . : today to Foreign Secretary Her- M : rOverniner re Advocat.
A London Times correspondent said a Chinese-Russian | C4 Morrison for the forthnomibg! aren at : is under consideration to-| that his visit was not an official
‘ . ’ A . 4 g I 7,223.58 ' : Ww ‘ . , s
“collaboration group” had been surveying “and trying to ]}series of diplomatic negotiations ae | PESSIMISTIC ' Defeated di vill have that effect one, but he was here to see for
> 2 4 os yu al at on of the nee
connect distant areas of Tibet by wireless. in San Francisco, Washington and abr WORLD WAR IIL | re 3) aia r gy ae ; ssi “ i, | himself some of the problems and
Indian Government agents Ottawa | vps , A PARIS. § ' r aaa , | difficulties which beset the We
Z M : 4 ‘ } a C 4 \RIS, Sep rbados has been debated upon : . :
around Ladakh reported Sovie:| Y * The Labour Government w i Ships For D Bot cere T at Ser 1 det The new Governmer of Py sity imber of ahi sions | he iP ‘ Indies. He felt that in these day
surveyors planning at lea-t one Hunger Strike reported deeply concerned that the! I ca rb ty Ea OF ¢ ; pruk ee at o a{nier Rene Pl Waa Gate Well as in commiére when so much is happening in the
: } 2 ! ’ hony Ede saic nericans a ‘ , Te >
air field neat Lake Manassar¢ wil . breakdown of talks in Korea cre-} Cricketers oak neusivalatie akan Worl a vote in the ional A tthe Py olonies it would be a good idea
in Western Tibet on the Kashmir On if E. t ited a worldwide situation as grave | ie “ Tuesday night | i combina } t them and have discussio
‘ : th } Ghart n EYP oe re , et 2 | , than Euronvneans who ‘ S ate C9 tt ; > ‘ 2 cs
border and that the a Ghartok f not more so, than when the| LONDON, } door to the Soviet Union ten. OF S0Cia . : i ,with the leaders of opinion. H
trade route is bei verted CAIRO, Sept. 4 Korean war begen and when | arned on return from n Sy followers of ‘Gener Peery ¥ ; | AIR . t > i . ¥ " wake arne i > ro a mo } ¢ . take t r ura } :
eee. Taecers | The nationa + strike da: |Chinese intervened | Members of the West Ind re | ur of’ Canada and the U zaulle 7 ” ‘ cg g . ects and political problems parti
The Times wen ~ starved this ste . ce | ‘Team who are nov. playin, League tes that a “great deal of agair PI vs n3 pi al } : ly federatior
ported today is ea ¢ ! g the cc ued oO Morrison leaves Ti a fo. | ericket ir England will trave | ust’ be done to clear up hay xen, Oe Os ipa be } e . Mr. Braine | een a é
used 401 ; ; Y British t ps ir the na’ }34n Franci 60 it will t Ors j}direct to Australia by the Si lenees in Arglo-American relz- ‘is aa od ; wang sabia > ba , wits e-j|of Parliament ince iar
motor vehic id iit in se. The nationwide move was} “isit to the United State ‘ | route with their Scorer and Bag- ms.” § ¢ 7 a dada a4 De ¢ | ic mea | 1950. While awaiting his luggage
the s ; and loc tants urged by 20 hunger strikers where-]|succeeded Ernest Bevin as f ze Master, Mi. W. Ferguson.) He said. that tue Americans wt ; : ork old an amusing story abou
zed by 2 strik WV r . - ’ wv g said, Lm ans who] fists Crmnoniindet had votec | t econ ich pr
had been ; to wor strips'!cf the original five entered their] cign Secretary and his first « | Seven members of the Team have ‘e anxiou t hear Europe’s|together. It y ) edi | onsists of one very lar { | trip out to the West Ir
| to be used Fs nese- tenth huncer day ilks with U.S., Secretary of Stat Jesiled from Trinidad for New! sanswer to the question peace orlelear whether P , ay La } ir g in the basket hip on which he travelle
| Russian company ! \Potitical parties, nationalist}Dean Acheson. The Cabine | Zealand aboard the Shaw Savill ar were surprised when he tolila setback as serious e: t ,|to Trinidad was manned mainly |
Intelligence inform-tion from ly with organizaticns, lal our unions meeting today was the first since |Jiner Akaroa and three others wil! |them he saw no deterioration in the the resignation of the Gavernsil nt atl es ae od ah Atta {Barbadians and one morning he
ot G ft “gig includirg restau~ant rkers were|Parliament recessed August 2 {travel by air from the West In-}past year and that the “whole| which is l¢ than a mar nn old ; PESSSNT Sar CUTIEE | is awakened by a steward
Gapiee! aT the m : at 7; a wiliing to join the hunger strike -—U.P. ‘dies to Australia.—B.U.P position is better.” -UP. P | eine ss ras of sone ini lee o'clock, “We are now passir
explosions in the mountains, anc twenty s.rikers who include oné j ug I as, eS ¢rbados,” aid the steward
of “great numbers of slave : ra on A 4 | import jutic ipon capita a as ila ihe
: oie woman were lying on the floor of i ane a rad terials anc would you like to see it.” Look-
labourers” being to work on 4) ‘iene’ : } yment and ra ' 4 k v ic . .
the Elkotla party cl vith man peeled 1< aige wt ‘ ior o new through the porthole Mi
airfields. os Ranide “wis tarmneras r a5 seid oats ate eolid just see t sland
ceetanrelas Gott “vy | Shenfield Asks For Reasonable Prices 3: Beet ete ce
iure nad i 1, In tt me hidden by 1 ok
airfields were strung the length or _UP. wt a bit san. the lon rey hide heteeaid, Wee. cata ts
the Pakistan and Indian border ‘paibuimiiesiiati 4 ae a ial tae i tht? wid. kta anos
and several were equipped with (From Our Own Correspond: nt) that while the islands benefited| ‘rom out side ources at the end of |Saigon at juivalent dollars per : Uae Dadet? tact Shite’ ameitciiiy ae ci fe Pit x
radar ’ : hor c from the agreement the B.G. rice | ‘he five-year perioc He F.O.B. George n and the} nea! er eee an fante [ou
TO-RAY’S WEATHER GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4. | industry got stability. Cone ae prices orevail nd th’ Rtas : ‘ ica from |*everal pleasat | Mr. Braine is also secretary
Official sources in Londor ; CHART eee ae . mo . ld, raed ‘ , how that if the islands had to.buy| B.G. at 9.00 pe ind pre @ On page 5 jthe Conserv itive Party We
not discount reports althou " f ea os A eone, for the West Indies| Shenfield appealed for price tom Saigon or Burma it would! yv : from er source ames, |Tidian Committee and at one tin
said there may be “some exagger- ens are m. se yi rua ba At acres ra reasonable to both side ich | 0st as much as if they bought | he used to broadesst on “Cor
ation” They said it ‘was kno Sunset: 6.05 p.m. today conceded that British Gui-| would allow the contract t from B.G. at $25.00 per bag A until 1 “ADVOCATE” wealth Review", a Weekly
that Soviet engineers are pr - Moon: First Quarter es Ceres & h ee price 10r) workable YAguiar also pointed out that’ o'clock We ’ rning wher The “AD z »wramme over the B.B.C. He }
ing in western Tibet for uranium Lighting: 6.00 p.m. is | ta ane 4 oi eersnaat; tie ; ‘efod a oa plying, Johr D’Aguiar tt maica ir now t ng BG 520 on . ut pay? for NEWS lalready visited West Africa a1
radio active , High Tide: 6.28 a.m., 6.34 ge aging are " B.G. Rice Producer aid that the er bag. He asked Arbitrat: er Malaya but this is his arst. vist
al ‘ 1 ¢ ore 17 nd le rice oo nit Coie ¢ ree . 4 j : +} Bini i ake he 6 i , F T +} ° v ‘ , :
leum anda 7 are ‘sue 2 ted th ; bende er irbity ’ j : regard r 1 that : : he i ie ; EB be, Dial 3113 lto the West Indies. His next sto
wed Low ide: 2.15 a.m., 2.12 ae for BG. int ‘RG vas intende an iten 1 arch discussic $17.40 pric entire afternoo 4 L he Leg- i la sritist Guiana nd he al
pear ped ve p.m. Perec nat BCs Oat _Prevailit aH ruinimum | was quoted, and asked the Board |islative Council Chamber wa Day or Night | 1 a AG ats rn sats saul
. 1a irke price r ) fix the 5 ‘ light of the y t ; 7 Ayes
t f “ b r ! ¢ , 7 j Fy t ff BG _— I Varad Isla 1s
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Carib Calling





{ eve
ed }

Nelson vesterdas

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wife of Sir Robert Aru

err the Ww ar
Arunde 10

sit. is on her ay t

where ili be

Mrs. F Renison, wit

Colonial ctmary, 3i R

va > tr €

he fa 1



Montserrat Civil Servant
wil

JEFFERS,

lontser1

HUGH



M B.



He arrived yesterday mort
the Lady Nelson nd is
with Mr. and Mrs. G. C

Warners, Christ Church.

First Visit
AYING his first visit to
island is Mr. I. J. Warner,
representative of the Singer Sev
ing Machine Co. in St. Kilts, fe
rived yesterday morning by the
Lady Nelson for an indefinite
period and is staying with Mr
Codrington of Brittons Hill

After 48 Years
N

RS. LOUISE EMPTAGE
bados



Ward of

the

of
Bermuda who in Bar-
48 years ago, is now back
here for a holiday. She cam® in on
the Lady Nelson yesterday
ing’ and is staying with Mrs
Chase of Bay Street.

Back From U.S.
TV) ETURNING from Boston yes-
terday morning by the Lady
Nelson were Mr. W. |. Webster,
Manager of Moncrieffe Plantation
John and his cousin Miss M
private School Mis
They both
for medic

was



morn-

Irene




G.



Warner,
of Bellevill
to the U.S.A.
ment.

tress



went up
1 treat-

To Take Up Appointment

RRIVING by the Lady Nejson




yesterday morning from An-

tigua was Mrs. Alice Gomez who

has now come ‘to tak? up an ap-

pointment as housekeeper at th

Sea View Guest House

Retired Banker

N R. and Mrs. F.C. Cox and

their son of Canada, have

come to Barbados to settle. They

arrived yesterday morning by the

ly Nelson and are at present

at the Sea View Guest

Mr. Cox is a retired bank official.










“Sign of the times,
chap here named Penny
wants to change his name
to Shilling.”

London Frpress Service.

Attended Summer Clinics

R. and Mrs. A. W. Scott ar-
D rived by the Lady Nelson
yeste a ay frém New York. The;
left Barbados on July 4th.

York, Dr. Scott

While in Ne
attended summ clinics of the
New York Univéfsity Post Gradu-

ate hospital.

Bad Weather

FTER a brief visit to Antigua,
4 Mr. W. D. Warden, Siper-
iniendent of the Demerara Life

Company
morning by
Nelson. He said that he
St. Kitts and passed
Dominica on his way home.
was forced to spend Sunday
to bad weather.

Assurance
yesterday the
also visited
through
He

due

Shipping Manager

M*. FRANK CLERK, Shipping
Manager Steamship |
Gordon Grant &
for
ar-

of the
Department of
Co,, Ltd. Trinidad, agents
the Duteh Line of steamers
rived here on Sunday by the 8.5.

Colombie.







returned
Lady

there



Air and Sea
EAVING for the U.S.A. on
Sunday by B.W.LA. via
Puerto Rico was Mr. David Bladen,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bladen
“Edla Ville,” Chelsea Road.
David has gone to reside with his

relatives in Long Island,

x z -

of

Among the passengers
for Engiand on Sunday
Colombie on holiday were Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Weekes of “Edward |
VIII", Worthing

For Macdonald

N R. KENRICK H. C. THORNE,
LYison of Mr. Luther Thorne of
St. John’s Mixed School and Mrs.
Thorne, was »mong the passengers
leaving on Monday evening by
B.W.LA,. for Trinidad en route to
Canada via the U.S. In Canada he
will enter Macdonald College to
read for his B.Sc. (Agr.) and later
his M.Sc. ( Agr.)

An old Lodge boy, he was form-
erly on the staff of the Govern-
ment Laboratory and is a recent
eraduate of Trinidad'’s Imperial
C Mege of Tropical Agriculture.

Grenada Shorts
R. Maurice Oscar St, John,
20, a Junior Master of the
Grenada Boys’ Secondary School
and son of Mr, Edward St. John,
Foreman of “The West Indian”
newspaper, and Mrs. St. John, has

leaving |



by the; |

been awarded a three-year Science

Scholarship at Edinburgh Uni-
versity where he aims to obtain a
B.Se. degree.

Mr. Otto George, Science Mas-
ter of the G.B.S.S., returned to
Grenada last Sunday from . rt.
land where he recently gained his
degree at Bristol Universi

The Misses Patricia an “Mar-
iene Noel, daughters of Mr, and
Mrs. F, Carlyle Noel, left Grenada
last Sunday for Canada where the
former will study Home Econo-
mies and the latter Nursing at St,
‘Vineent College, Halifax.

B.B.C. RADIO
| PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,
11.15 a.m, Programme Parade,



1951
11.25











Mr. Clerk is visiting the Island a.m Listeners’ Choice, 11.456 a.m,
in the interests of the Trinidad ae tae Save 12 (noon) The
merchants and others in connec- |; io-g40 pam et cae
tion with the transhipment of per- | iihianina
ishable cargo for Trinidad and le + pm The News, aiep m imselude,
lana: . . 2c ’ ® 5pm ar me pm. ucat
Venezuela from the S.S. Coul | ine Archie, § p.m. Composer of the
gavve to the 8S. Ganymedes, the Week, 5,15 p.m. At the Opera, 6 p.m.
former being the ship in distress | Bri ~ the rare, 6.15 p.m. The
bi ane a, nm . . tritish Museum, 6.45 p.m Programme

vhich was towed in here some | Parade, 6.55 p.m. To-day'’s Sport
s ago by the S.S. Fort Towns- | 7.00—10.45 25 58M 31. 32M

rea pln iaieeisnpatitiing ir

7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m, News
. | Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Calling the West
Assistant Master | Indies, 7.45 p.m. Generally Speaking,
FTER spending part of his |® p.m Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m,
‘ a. sian pel | Serious Argument, 8.45 p.m. Interlude,
summer vacation in Mont- | » 55 p.m. From the Editorials, 9 p.m
serrat, Mr. O. H. Wiltshire, Assist- David Copperfield, 9.30 p.m. Melody
ant Master of the Parry School, yore io 45 5 x Statement of

sturne racteras oA , | Account, p.m e News, 10.10 p.m.
returned yesterday morning by | Account. 10.15. p.m, Crazy | People,

the Lady Nelson.



THE



BY THE WAY...

HERE
Charlie
pared sche dule

criticism of
carefully pre-
for the promised
fuel famine. It is asked why, if
the crisis has been foreseen,
ncthing can be done to prevent it.
Suet yesterday gave the
answer in his reasonable
way. He said: the crisis
could be averted, schedule
would be useless. But the work
done on the schedule has fore-
stalled any necessity for preven-
tive measures b; creating a
potential state * of overall prepar-

is some

Suet’s

own

“rf
the




edness, which will come into
operation when it is too late to
do anything but apply the
schedule, This takes into account,
in dealing with a state of mar-
ginal short supply, the time-lag
which is an essential feature of
all long-term planning The

schedule elastic, as

such, and












ADVENTURES OF

‘10.46 p.m, Mid Week Talk

PIPA



Pi

Copyright Var Dias lot Amsterdam



By

ferret Ramsgate gets his false
veeth, and the maneless horse of
Chippenham is given a wig, all
will be ready for a national
Animal Week drive.
A Moving Ceremony
‘IX thousand and forty mem-
bers of, an International
Youth Rally, working night and
day, have built a life-size model,
in cardboard and felt, of the
Victoria Coach Station, Inter-
preters were busy explaining, to
youths who carried out orders in
ignorance, what they were build-
ing. A Pernambuco delegate, Ro
Ari, aged eight, said: “This proves
that people of different nations
can co-operate.” Medals com-
memorating the occasion were
distributed by the Owph of
Gabora.

The Hidden





Beachcomber

Office. Here disappearing scien-

lists were kept until not claimed.
If nobody claimed them it was
held to prove that they were of
no importance, and they were re-
leased for forced labour in one of
the prisons. The Director of Lost
Scientists sat at his desk. He was
about to interrogate an English-
man in a red tie, and with a silver
hammer and sickle in his button-
hole, Round his hat-band were
the words “World Peace.” The
Director, Sztetzonhatty, was a
wary man, To test his vis-a-vis he
hummed “Rule, Britannia.” The
Englishman—for it was Driftwood-

Dawkins of M.I.—hummed back
“The Red Flag.” After this ex-
change of intellectual subtleties,
Sztetzqnhatty appeared to be re-
assured, “What have you brought
from England?’ - queried the inter-








Left : Cocktail frock by Peter
Russell in green, violet and
black striped taffeta with a
gold thread. The fringed sash
“has an added colour note of
cerise.

Some of

By BETTY UPTON HUGHES
(Lady Editor, “Auckland Star”,
New Zealand).

LONDON, August 17.

From a multitude of models
shown in the collections of the
Top Ten designers, there are al-
ways a few that stand out; a few
that earn the spontaneous ap-
plause of audiences.

Here are some that appeared in
the recent autumn collections,

Coats And Suits
Fur trims gave a snug and eie-
gant look to a number of coats
and suits. A green swagger coat
lined with nutria and with a nu-

of the smartest, and was shown
by Mattli. It was topped by an
exotic turban style hat of nutria,
banded with the green coat ma-
terial on the forehead and cover-
ing the hair entirely.

One of the, best examples of
Norman Harinell’s coats was a re-
versible brown tweed model with



beige tuxedo fronts. On the half-
belt and pockets of the accom-
panying suit gleaned gold studs.
Another smart Hartnell touch
were the envelope pockets on a
green suit worn with a dark brown
satin blouse and a swagger coat
with beaver collar and cuffs. The
lapels of the suit were designed
in similar envelope style and
buttoned down. (Illustrated)

A third coat by this designer
was a loose off-white model with
black astrakhan lining and collar
and a huge astrakhan muff. A
boy’s cap in off-white with a tall
black feather provided a saucy
accent. In countries where the
winter is not as cold as in England.
fur linings in coats would scarcely
be needed but fur cuffs, collar
and muffs would give the new
cosy look.

Cocktail Frocks

“Darling” of Peter Russell's
ccllection was a jewel-bright full-
skirted taffeta frock, striped in
green, violet and black

with ¢

lo







can be modified to meet contin- ° preter. Smuthli. “This,” said the
gencies after they have arisen, ¥ Rhinoceros (11) refugee, and produced a sausage.
without prejudice to the condi- ”™ ‘HE Lost Property Office in “It is poisonous,” he added, as he
tions obtaining at the time.” Kizfaludy-street has been saw Sztetzonhatty’s face dzrken. |
com ; onve rted into the Lost Scientists at an ill- timed est. heruse
Destructive sy. scat tabi Ms Dbisdsoectie ! . Crace exit te get out. «)
Undestructiveness . :\, ati tae tie
i ew ma c anc ag
“Home Office children’s & rf d the ? Se *; —— f7 | invalid. (¥)
A »xpert” 5 th her d uper an € orceer er | 12 Beastiv tiair and mean tyv. (4)
expe! (st) the other day 14. Por Chis may be to plunder. (3)
sounded a_ blithe. note on he: 19 Gadget a targe number take to |
trumpet. She recommended that A snake (5) |
children should be allowed to is gee ene om gist 5)
duige in undestructive destruc 20 In the electrie meter (3) ’ {
tion.” The..example sire gav 2) Obpositun 3)
a cat ee ct i 2 Thought (4)
the covering of pal 23° Motst sort of adtiwetive. (4) '
€ ipon layer of paint, and “If | 4 Has Ornduced mountain cur
) int to, let them make holes | growin (4)
; the pape What } 4 Compact reset perhaps (
he forg to ad v “They 1. Ad eit mn
' ‘ha me . sa urns wilh figures. (y)
ill then grow up withou 1 Mucked such luria dice wv)
Mibition having learned to $ Entry out of time (4)
‘press themselves without inter- ; oe an a ar a
Rieger xn ane m. . , 2 | le ground (5)
1 eurgtand. 2 as iis hind ‘ ff i 18 bows anes m tt t
ee: etna gh Rupert has spoken very horter than ever he takes off his | Die an eee
. § : | (4) ! ’
Monocles for smart Dogs ely the crab takes tright and scarf. ‘* 1 suppose I'd Fetter return | it Taken in wiats Sonate a ;
SIAMESE cat, who is evi- les into the water. “‘Oh dear, to the saucer’’ he chinks, as he | '3 Plainiy reter to. (6)
dent} omething of a am | ro find out where I¢,turns round. Then he stops | 18 peg iy 3 or ine bs vo ee
vardier, has been provided ; he murmurs “And if | suddenly, tor peering at him over a 19 Long of ¥ (4) dia by
th a blue s eve to wear by n't find out where | am, how can large boulder are five little black Solution af yesterdays purge. Across
ine } eid an) ioaee ‘ | get back to Nurwood?" Feeling faces all looking very astonished. ‘anise. 6 Shag. 4 Gav 9 Stirruy
, « < one to wear by Y 1. Ape: 25 Limp 14 Commander
ht, as the eyes of these cat ALI RIGHTS RESERVAD | isting. 28, Eats 19 Dream: 2t. Ora
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Right : “Envelope” pockets
and lapels are featured in this
green suit by Norman Hart-
nell. It is worn with a dark
brown satin blouse.

The Top

gad thread. Spotlight
the fringed sash
side-front with
note of cerise. (Illustrated).
Digby Morton showed a chic
grey and black brocade frock with
a straight skirt and loose black
chiffon panels pleated from shoul-
der to hem on either sjde and
caught into a wide jewelled belt.
oe it was worn a tiny brocade
at,

was on
“pouffed” at the
an extra colour

—— ee

Evening Gowns

Posed between the parted cur-
tains of the salon, ready for her
entrance, Dolores, who has been
with Norman Hartnell for 15
years as a mannequin, made a
stviking appearance in a glam-
orous black net frock dotted
with gold coin spots. It had long
sleeves and a deep flounce on the
hem and was worn with a large
plate-like black hat,

A versatile three-piece by
Hartnell consisted of a gold lame
blouse with a draped square neck-
‘ine, worn with a short flared
black velvet skirt and also with
a long, slim gold lame skirt. Par-
ticularly lovely was a finely tuck-
ed grey tulle gown with a gath-
ered tiered effect, worn over one
of the most rustling taffeta un-

derskirts ever to breeze through
1 room.

But many of Hartnell’s famous
picture frocks were disappointing
-too many tulle bows on hoop
skirts—tco many flowers climbing
over the tull stole and crinoline
skirt of a gown appropriately
named “Garden Wall.”
Several designers showed
always graceful Grecian
One by Peter Russell was in
steel grey, pleated from neck to
hem, and it was dramatically ac-

Â¥ented with lime roses at the
waist and deep cap sleeves turned
back to reveal a lime green lin-
ing. Diamante and horsehair me-
dallion embroidery was used by
this designer on one evening
gown, the horsehair making the
embroidery stand out from the

material,
Hats

An enchanting
hat shown by Rudolph in Digby
Morton’s collection was of gold
beaded gauze made in a crescent
tassels at one

























little evening

side.

Also by Rudolph—a huge black i,

velvet hat with a forward-tilted
fluted brim and a puff of white
swansdown at one side. A
white “Cleopatra” hat embroid-
ered with gold thread and coiled
over the ears. . .a small black
hat with a black chiffon veil
fluted at one side and an_ iri-
descent clip. ‘“‘Cherchez la femme”
seemed the right title as the
mannequin, Barbara Gealen, gaz-|
ed out mysteriously from behind |
the veil. |

A magnificent Hartnell hat was
of blue-grey beaver with a black |
under-brim two-inch grey
all round the wide

and a

brim.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER



Public Service Commission Bill Passed

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Will Be A “Mainly
Advisory” Body

THE Legislative Counc{l yesterday passed without
debate and with minor amendments, a Bill to provide for

the constitution of a Public
ters incidental thereto.

Jf . . 3
Service Commission and mat-

Moving the second reading of the Bill, the Hon’ble

Colonial Seeretary said :

Students of English History
will remember that among the
many notable Reforms effected
dufing the halcyon days of Myr.
Gladstone’s first Ministry were
the abolition of the old system of
appointments by patronage to the
Home Civil Service and the open-
ing of the Service to competition
by public examination under the




auspices of the Civil Service
Commission. The new system
took root in late Victorian Eng-

land and has long been regarded,
like the other Gladstonian re-
forms of the Secret Ballot,
ary Education on a national bas
and so on, as a normal end natur-
al part of the daily pattern of
existence.

Broader Basis

Shortly after the end of the sec-
ond World War the Secretary of
State for the Colonies issued a
broad statement of policy in
which “inter alia’, he advocated
the establishment of Public Ser-
vice Commissions in the Colonies
for the purpose of ensuring that
Governors art afforded suitable
advice on the selection and ap-
pointment of local eandidates for
Government employment. He
did so not because he hed reason
to believe that Governors were
not carrying out these responsi-
bilities conscientiously and im-
partially, but because he recog-
niséd that there was a growing
demand, as there had been in the
United Kingdom nearly a hun-
dred years ago, for matters of
this nature to be dealt with on a
broader basis.

Prim-
s







The Secretary of State realised
at the outset that the range of
functions to be assigned to Public
Service Commissions and _ their
composition must be determined
in great measure in the light of
local circumstances, and that the
model for one territory would not
necessarily suit another. Thus in
some Commissions which have
been set up elsewhere, the com-
position was in the first instance
confined to officials and the func-
tions excluded such matters as
promotions and discipline.

B’dos Pressed

In Barbadot the Civil Service
Association has for some _ time
been pressing for the establish-
ment of a Civil Service Commis-
sion,.and at the fourth Biennial
Conference of the Federation of
Civit Service Associations which
was held in the Island in April
1950, a Resolution was passed, ac-
cepting a Regional Public Ser-
vice Commission as a practicable
beginning towards the organisa-
tion of a Unified Caribbean Ser-

vice, as recommended in the
Holmes Report.

It is one thing to agree that a
Public Service Commission is de-

sirabla, quite another to decide
how it should be constituted and
what should be its functions.
There is plenty of room for diver-

gence of opinion on the details,
but it, is imperative that there
should be agreement on the es-

sentials, which are —

(1) that the Commission must
be an impartial body, and;

(2) that it must inspire the

confidence of the public

and of the Service as a
whole.

The Bill which is before the

Honourable Council to-day is

based broadly on the Singapore

Ordinance, although there have
been several important depart-
ures from it. I propose to com-

ment briefly on some of the sec-
tions of the Bill :—

Section 3 (2). which deals with
the Constitution of the Com-
mission. The Secretary of
State considers that a small
Commission is to be preferred

The Singapore Commission has a
Chairman and two membersi
With the concurrence of the
Whitley Council, the Trinidad
model, which has a Chairma:
and not more than three other
members, has been preferred.
In some Commissions elsewhere
the Chairman is senior officer
of the Governmént Service, but the
Whitley Council pressed for his
being an outstanding and respect-
ed person from outside the Civil
yService, and this recommenda-
tion has been adopted. Much, of
course, will depend on the cali-

bre of the gentleman who is
selected as Chairman. It is, in
my opinion, imperative that at

least one of the members of the
Commission should be wall
versed in Govergment procedure
and the best traditions of the Ser-
vice, and the section provides
that at least one member shall be
at the time of his first appoint-
ment either a public officer or a
person who has been one within
the previous five years. Provi-
sion has been included for the
Civil Service to recommend suit-
able persons for appointment as
members—but not as Charman
-of the Commission

Section 5 n some Commis-
sions members hold office during
the Governor's pleasure, but
definite terms of office were pre-
ferred.

Section 8.—It is the present
intention that the Seeretary
should be the Assistant Colonial

Secretary in the Secretariat who

is in charge of Establishment
work, a2

Section 9.—In this Section there
have been substantial departures
from the Singapore model. In
Singapore, Ceylon, Sierra Leone
and other Colonies where Public
Service Commissions have been
set up the functions have been
confined to recruitment and

promotion and they are, without

exception mainly advisory in
ehatacter. In none of them has
the Commission assumed any of
the powers vested at present in

the Governor or the Secretary of

State. In Malta and Trinidad the
Commission .deals also with dis-
cipline. The Civil Service Asso-
ciation in Barbados pressed
strongly for the inclusion of
discipline among the functions of
the Commission, and Section 9

(1), as drafted, follows the Trini-
dad legislation on the subject. It
will be noted that Section 9 (1)
(a) refers only to appointments
which are within the Governor’s
power to make, although Section
9 (2) permits the Governor to
£ advice regarding what are
popularly known as Secretary of
State appointments.

No Deletion

Section 9 (4) (e) ealls for com-
ment. The Central Committee
of the Barbados Police and Fire
trigade AsSociation are desirous
that this sub-section should be
deleted, but Executive Committee,
after careful consideration of
the circumstances, and bearing in
mind that the Police Force is a
‘iplined Force standing in a





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Obituary

Mr. Clifford
Skinuer. J.P.

THE death occurred at Collins,
St. Lucy, yesterday of Mr. Clifford
Skinner formerly member of the
Vestry of that parish and planta-
tion owner.

Mr. Skinner was one of the old
school of plantation owners who
maintained the friendliest rela-
tions with those who worked
around him. He was a successful
planter and was known through-
out the island. He was fond of
cricket and during the last 50
years not a single tournament or
important fixture took place with-
out his being among the spectators.

He was highly respected in the
parish and was a member of the
St. Lucy Vestry for many years
until advanced years limited his
activities. He also served as Sheriff
for the parish at the General
Elections for many years, and was
the senior Justice of Peace in the
area, by reason of his length of
service.

In private life he was kind, and
the number of his friends drawn
from every walk of life was tes-
timony to the cWaracter he bore.
He was married and had one son
Mr. Luton Skinner, Manager of the
molasses stote of Messrs. Planta-
tions Ltd., Bay Street.

To his widow, his son and other
sorrowing relatives decpest sym-
pathy will be extended.

ESCAPED CONVICT
CAPTURED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 4.

Saywell Gordon, escaped convict
from Carrera was captured at
1 p.m. today under a house at
Laventille, two miles from Port-
of-Spain, where he went to a
woman's house to beg for food, but
was refused. Hungry, worn and
unwashed, Gordon was very much
at ease.





category of its own and governed
by the provisions of a _ special
Police Act, was unable to accede
to their request.

Section 13 (1)—Whitley Council
agreed that the principle behind
the provision was sound but con-
sidered its inclusion in legislation
undesirable, and wished to delete
both Section 13 (1) and (2).
Executive Committee took the
view that membership of the
Commission was quite incom-
patible with membership of the
Executive of the Civil Service
Association, arid being ever
mindful of the prime importance
of making it clear right from the
start that the Commission must
be above the slightest suspicion
of partiality, decided to Keep the
two sub-sections of this section
in the Bill.

I have no other comments on
the Bill in detail and [ move
that it be read a second time.












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St. Michael’s Vestry







Welcomes New Dean
Dean Promises

To Do His Best Arrives Here

MEMBERS oi the St. Michael’s Vestry gave the new

Dean, Dean Hazlewood, a Very

meeting on Monday.

U.C.W.1.Undergsads
Hold Meeting To
Raise Funds

GROUP OF UNDER-GRAD-
UATES of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies at Jamaica
yesterday decided raise funds
for their Common Room at the
University by holding a dance at
Y.M.P.C. on September 26
The group was not in favour of
appealing to the public for heip as
this would in some way clash with
other appeals which the public are
giving for Jamaica
The Resident Tutor of the Uni-
versity, Mr Aubrey Dougtas-
Smith, thought the idea of holding
a dance a splendid one, It is hop-
ed that the Police Band will play
at the dance.

ESIDENTS IN THE PARISH
of St. Joseph still cannot use
the Chimborazo, Cocoanut Grove
and Frizers Roads which are dam-
aged by Sunday's rain.
Frizers Road, which was under
repairs, is reported to have receiv-
ed the most damage

H WORSHIP

McLEOD
of District “A,”
Enid Parris of Nelson Street, St,
Michael guilty of violating the
Shop Closing Act on August 12

For this offence he fined her 25s
te be paid in 14 days or in default
one month’s imprisonment with
hard labour

EVERAL PIECES of
bones and parts of a coffin

were found yesterday morning
when labourers were working on
the Goodland Road. Two police-
men from the Black Rock Sub Sta-

to









MR. E. A
Police Magistrat:
yesterday found





human

of the
tively

warm welcome at their

It was his first appearance at the
Vestry as Chairman of that body.

First to speak
warden Mr. McD,
said It gives me
as Churchwarden, to weleome our
new Chairman Dean Hazlewood.
It was my privilege to be present

vas the Church-
Symmonds, He
great pleasure



t the institution and induction of
the Dean and I know from the
reputation which he bears, that
although he follows in succession
to a most distinguished line of
eminent men who have been

Chairmen of this Vestry, it is my
firm belief that he will in every
way live up to the very high re-
gard and standard set by his pre-
decessors,

Long or Short

Whether your term

Mr. Chairman, be long or short, J
do Wope that your relationship’
with this Vestry will be a most
harmonious and suceessful ene in

in office

the interest of the ratepayers of
this parish,

Mr. H. A. Tudor, Mr. E. D.
Mottley, M.C.P. and Mr. B. A,
Weatherhead spoke in similar

vein,

Dean Hazlewood replying said:
Gentlemen, I want to thank you
for your very warm welcome to
the Vestry. Nad

This Vestry is an ancient insti-
tution that has managed the affairs
parish efficiently and effec-
or many a long year.
Desirous to Learn
I am very anxious to learn and
follow in the footsteps of my
predecessors who have given their
time and thought for the good
work of the Vestry and for the
people of the parish. One of the
things I have really come here to
lo is to devote all the time I can
to the interest of the people and
ilso to help in any way I can in
looking after the affairs of the
parish,



1
€

Noble Tradition
You have here a very noble
tradition of useful and devoted
service to the public, and I am
very happy and glad today to be

tion were present as the workers #sociated with a team of men
who constantly place their time

dug up the bones : aa 5
Later in the dz the Distrie and talent at the disposal of the
Coroner ty is aa o istrict community. I shall do my best
ae ae called and the bones as time goes on, to take a large
Naetan Re ee part in the deliberations and in

Cemetery for burial

Is WORSHIP MR
MeLEOD, Police Magistrate

of District “A”, yesterday fined
Arthur Lewis and Edward Lowe~

E. A

two seamen of the steamship
Eastwave,—£6 and £4 respective-
ly for stealing a tarpaulin from

the Eastwave

The fines were to be paid forth-
with and in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour

Cpl. Murphy and Harbour Po PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 4,
lice Constable Phillips «yrested A fire in the pumphouse of
both men on the Wharf. The of- Trinidad Leaseholds Limited re-
fence was committed on Septem- finery Pointe-a-Pierre Monday

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to Harold Grannum of “Fridheor,” js said to have recerved several

Cheapside, yesterday. The normal burns. His mother 1s living in

weight of an egg is 3 ounces Barbados. He is married and is
the father of three children

Others injured are Deodath

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B’dian Killed In
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“Lady Nelson”

The R.M.S, Lady Nelson arrived
i yesterday morning from
Canada, via the British Norther
Islands, a day behind the schedul-
cd date of her arrival

She spent two days instead of
the usuel one at Roseau, Dominica,
» aS to escape the hurricane
which was reported to have
been located in the Caribbean

The Nelson sailed into Roseau
early on Sunday and left for
Barbadc via St. Lucia on Mon-
day

A member of the Nelson's
erew said that they experienced
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Monday.

eargo until

“About three or
sank alongside ships
harbour,” he said. “A barge with
men aboard drifted from Roseau
harbour and when the Nelson left
there nothing was heard of its
safety.”

The Nelson sailed from Bridge-
town last night for British Guiana
via St. Vincent, Grenada and
Trinidad. She is consigned to
Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co, Ltd.

four lighters
in Roseau

Ken Ablack WillBe
in B’dos Next Month

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31.

Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Broad-
casting Adviser to Trinidad, Brit-
ish Guiana and Barbados, is ex-
pected to leave for Barbados
around the middle of next month.
This will be his first official visit
to the island.

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in Barbados, Mr. Ablaek will hold
diseussions with Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare officials and
he Broadcasting Adviser of
Jamaica,

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COMPULSORY
INSUBANCE

THE Leading article in this n
on Friday last pointed out that if there

wspapel

“had been compulsory Third Party Insur

ance in this island it would have been un-

necessary for the Government to have to
approach the Legislature for funds to pro-
vide compensation for two children who
had been left orphans when their mother
had been killed by a government lorry.
It further pointed out that even if there
had been no compulsory insurance govern-
ment vehicles should have carried ade-
quate coverage.

A Correspondent signing himself “Cen-
tipede” in yesterday’s issue condemns the
article as confusing two issues and taking
the wrong line in both, He characterises
the benefits of compulsory insurance as
largely mythical, admits that voluntary in-
surance would be better, and suggests that
the Government compensate

people who suffer damage or injuries by
charitable

should

grants.

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irreparable harm in any community. If
it is good to have insurance at all, it should
be compulsory in order that people who
put vehicles on the roads should in
position to offer the necessary safeguards.
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or contributed to, his own misfortune, in-

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be

ait eine oman

help and it is equally stupid to say that
compulsory insurance will increase the
rates. Compulsory insurance from the

fact that it brings in a greater number of
units for insurance serves to spread the
costs over a wider area and so tends to
reduce the rates. People in Barbados now

hesitate to insure because of the high
rates.

It might interest our correspondent to
know that the Government has under

“active” consideration a Bill to make pro-
vision for a system of compulsory Insur-
ance and is awaiting the tariff rates from
the United Kingdom.



WARNINGS

IT is useless expending huge sums of
money and organising elaborate systems of
communication to warn people when hur-
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in the Caribbean if the same people who
are to be forewarned are left to the mer-
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In fact it passed Barbados sometime be-
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steamship captain at least took the pre- |
caution to take his vessel out to sea; but
people in the island slept almost unaware
that there was this danger in the area,

It is true that policemen were sent to
warn people in some areas but if the warn-
ing had been more general fishermen could
have beached their boats and saved them
from destruction. It was fortunate that the
majority of them by mere intuition did not |
put to sea as they sometimes do on Sun-
day mornings. {

There is a fallacious belief that a pub-|
lished warning that there is a hurricane in |
the area might alarm people and that it |
is no use to cause unnecessary alarm. It |
is better to alarm the few than to allow |
the many to be caught unawares and to
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storm warnings is to let people know be-
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ing.

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was located about 1,100 miles east of the
Windward Islands travelling westward or |
north westwards; and that another had hit
Jamaica,

"It is no use waiting until the hurricane |
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merely on the excuse that Barbados was |
not directly in its path. People should
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INTERNATIONAL



LORD ROWALLAN
Park, Essex, Englan)!,
sadors. High Commissioners
scouts from Britain,

and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PATROL

scouts from nearly 40

_

CAMP.

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the Chief Scout, opened the London International Patrol Camp at Gilweli
Iie arrived there by helicopter and landed in a circle consisting of Ambas- -
countries,
Sudan and Kenya get together round the field kitchen,

all over the world. Here

EXPRESS

SCOUTS SPEAK TO
THEER RELATIVES

LOND N AULZUSt 27.

Radio
have been humming the pi few
days with the ci Scouts
attending the London Internation-
al Patrol Car
ed? Definitely. 5S
broadcast | rclic
in their own home town
is the first time any
able t ve a few word
with h ountryfolk ‘while he
thou
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where

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an hour so far when the te
hasn’t
of the
ing to
home country

The camp has beer
open the ord
Rowallan, on a few manutes
before Scout ere back at the
tent And ” Lord
Rowallan himself went along te
what. it all about. He
there 1 German Scout
made contact th a i
teur
the two “chewed the fat’, to use
iteur’s term.

been crow
250 oversea Scouts w nt-

get “on the air” to their

declared

by Chief Scout, 1

afterw

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Lord Row
told the 650 §
the opening
held to create fi
mended the ide radio tent
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He signed the lio log and wer
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, earlier, had
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Scouts. If a Scout know
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friend in the West Indie
tralia, Africa or wherever
comes from, t mun ¢
and lets th o chat awhile, If
a Scout ha » rad iteur
friend, a eneral ca i put out
te his counu 1 he
a talk wilt a strange
least, it’s someone from

Since the Scouts moved





men them-
their time to
icts for the
s the par-
umateur
AN
he
all him

ar

ean hay
But, at

home

to Gil-







well Park after
the homes of

a week in
London Scouts, 23
cecuntries have been spoken. to.
have been calls to India,
Barbados, Belgium, Brit-
Guiana....even to Japan,
which is represented at the camp
by 16-year-old Shinichire Uashi-
ma, of Osaka

almost

inere
c lon,
ish



tent is not the only

The radio
r out of the

to come





t camp
Lord Rowallan himself provided
nother by arriving there ok
to open the jamboree in a heli-
copter,

s arranged through British
n Airways set the



and

c



Scout scanning the skies long be-
fore the helicopter came beating
in over the park. It plopped
down before, a_ semi-circle of
thrilled lads who rushed in to
welcome him as soon as_ the

whirling
stopped,

overhead propellers had

And it was Rowallan’s

Lord

first trip in a helicopter. He saw

colourful assembly where tur-

ns, fezes sombrerors and close-
liiting fur caps of the overseas
Scouts cor trasted with the British
khaki hats.

Lord Rowallan, kilted and
bronzed, was carried iri a cere-
moniat chair, mounted on long

poles and covered with a brighte
coloured blanket, high on the
shoulders of eight Rover Scouts
te the reception tent,

A little later, the Scouts formed



up in patrol flag-bearers of 35
countries at their head, and
marched into the main ground for
t velcome. He told them: “You
ire not here to show the soli-
lari of democratic youth, but

make friends. That calls for

ling each other and the



t that can be achieved is
o meet together on a common
yasis, no matter from what coun-

ry you com.





“You who have come from other
‘ountries are getting that under-
standing by staying in the homes
of our London Scouts where the
pirit of a people is to be found.”

Lord Rowallan, an extremely
popular figure among Scouts, said
he hoped they would take back
with them happy memories of
meetings and happy friendships

that would last all their lives
He declared the camp open wit!
& wish of happy camping, happ)
memories, good scouting and goo
brotherhood.” Whereupon, ih
Scouts lifted up their many-stylec
and many-coloured hats to give
him three cheers.

Then the Scouts dispersed te
their patrol camp-sites, set neatly
about the tree-studded park which
overlooks the long, hazy sweep o.
London.

The camp itself is divided int
a headquarters and seven sub-
camps each representing one o

the London Scout a
individuality, these sub-camps art
sited to correspond with then
positions in London and each con-

eas. To give

tains a representation of some
physical feature in the area. Foi
instance, the North West sub-

camp is in the north west corner | path, and possibly did not batten down)
*\ tightly,

of the camp and its entrance has
an arch gaily painted with ani-
mals, with half a dozen or so other
animals painted on plywood scat-
tered about its foot.

This tented village, where boys
from all over the Commonwealth
mingle with lads from most other
parts of the world, has nearly all
the facilities of an ordinary vil-
lage. Besides their own
station, the Scouts have a market,
television tent, bank, post office,

photographer, tea and rest tents,|
a hospital, their own interpreters) again,

and camp newspaper.

Any Scout jamboree wouldn't
be complete without camp fires at
night. And this camp has a good
share. There was one on Thurs-
day, another tomorrow night :
and a last one to wind up the
camp on Friday night, August 31.

This last get-together will be
watched, through television, by
thousands of Britons. They wil

be taken right to the fireside anc
will “sit in” on the colourful torch-
light procession of all nations.

And on September 1, there wil
be a closing ceremony and the
Scouts will pack up to go home
te all parts of the gl_be. Be-
tween their experiences in Austrii
at the rather rain damped worlc
jamboree and the fun they are
having at the London-organised
camp, they should have plenty tc
talk about.



Changing Ideas
fi Kmpire

(IDEAS AND 'TDEALS OF THE
BRITISH EMPIRE by Sir
Ernest Barker, Cambridge
Univ. Press 5/-)

Reviewed by
KE. B. TIMOTHY

Aug

appe

LONDON,
book _ first
In this new ec

Frnest Barker 1
») fara ble, t

to dat In
he nas ueceeded
of he lack
ish colonial petit



This
1941

ha
bring it
matter of

{t i

of discu

tried
up
India,

1 measure
ion of Brit-
n academic

}

poss





ould not



igi rl I t re-

vise also his section in Indirect

stimulates
tures which



pire’, the









thethe fact that it



world has known, and finds as
characteristic feature of
modern empires that they in-
volve “culture, contact and con-

flict?
Perhaps the most interesting
is that which deals with



the modern conception of the
British Commonwealth, a subject
much written about in recent
years, but Seldom so lucidly,
After discussing the export of
ideas, legal and political, from
Britain to her colonies, and the
history of “Dominion status”, Sir
Ernest asks what is now left as
a link between sovereign mem-|
hers of the QGommonwealth. He
points out that there is not in a
strict sense one Crown, but
several (celebration of the pre-
sent King’s succession took place
cn different dates in three differ-
cnt parts of the Commonwealth).
arrives at the conclusion
that “Dominion status, whether
considering the Crown,
or the courts, is
depends on the

And he

we re
or parliaments,





Current understanding or con-
vention about its nature at any
given time.” This, to many

people, would seem to evade the
issue, But it is impossible to
challenge it.

Of importance to the current
development of political theories
about the colonies, is a discussion
on the British attitude to federa-
tion, Suggestions are currently
made for an “Imperial Parlia-
ment” or some gort of federal
structure for the Commonwealth
But in contrast to the French,
the British see as the ideal for

the constituent parts of the Com-|Bustamante,

monwealth the exercise of
sovereignty by each part through
its own chosen representatives, It
is curious that, for example, the
Canadians, no less than Eas
African nationalists, would find it
a federal structure for the Com

onwealth a threat to liberty. As
Sir Ernest points out, the dgvelo
ment of modern means of
munication has done nothing to
alter this attitude,





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SEPTEMBER 5, 1951 ~

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Council Pass Pioneer Ind

@ From page i

which it is now necessary for i
Island to face. ; 7
_ The Four Points
First, the present very high cosi
of capital equipment which make:
it problematic whether a new en-
terprise will be able to earn
enough to justify the jocking up
of capital in new and untried
areas, Second, whereas a genera-
Uon ago companies establishing
themselves in Colonial areas were
able to pass through their experi-
mental years with low or eyen
negligible rates of taxation, such
is no longer the case and there
is obviousiy litthe inducement to
take the initiative in developing
new areas if the rates of taxation
in those areas are as high as those
prevailing in economically more
mature areas.
_ Third, there is
tion that in many ways the out-
look tor new industrial ventures
is insecufe, and even manufa
ing concerns with estal
markets are very chary of em-
barking upon the kind of relative-
ly small scale units which would
be adapted to conditions in this
Island unless they can be assured
of substantial inducements to
come here.
Finally

the considera-





: there is the considera-
tion that Jamaica and Trinidad
have been for some years past
offering inducements which tend
to attract tu those Islands indus-
tries which might otherwise have
been drawn here.

Honourable Members
member that a Pioneer
(Encouragement) Bill, based on
similar legislation in Jamaica,
passed the House of Assembly to-
wards the end of 1949, but was
not passed by the Honourable
Council because the income tax
coneessions which were contained
in the Jamaica Bill were omitted
from the Barbados Bill and it was
felt that without them the Bill
would be useless as a means of
encouraging new industries,

The Bill which is before the
Honourable Council to-day is the
same as the Bill that w intro-
duced before, with the very im-
portant exception that in Clause 8
of this Bill i -lief from income tax
is allowed for a period of five
years by setting off one-fifth of
the permitted capital expenditure
against income arising from the
pioneer industry, capital ex-
penditure being defined in section
8 (4) as such sum as the Com-
missioner of Income Tax is satis-
fled the pioneer manufacturer has
expended in purchasing material
plant, etc, for establishing the
pioneer industry.

No Comment

Section 5, which relates tc relief
from package tax and Customs
duty, is the same as the equiva-
lent section in the former Bill.

I do not propose to comment on
the other sections of the Bill,
which are described clearly and
succinctly in the printed “Objects
and Reasons.” I merely wish to
add that, while the Bill may not
be perfect, and may conceivably
have to be amended in the future
in the light of future events, it Is,
in my opinion, important that it
should reach the Staiute Book
without further ado.

Ia conclusion, let me advert for
one moment to the passage 1n His
Excellency the Governor’s Address
at the opening of the present
Session of the Legislature when
he stressed, in speaking of devel-
opment priorities, “that economic
development—the development of
production— should be given its
proper places at the head of the
queue, for without the fulfilment
of its purpose, viz., a greater na~
tional wealth, there can be little
hope of substantial development
of social services and the higher
standard of living which the com-
munity seek.”

Sir, this Bill represerts a not.ble
move in the direction of economic
development, and I move that it
be read a second time.

Hon’ble Dr. A. 8S, Cato said that
it was agreed that it was impera-
tive that they industrialise and
support those industries as far as
possible in their initial and diffi-
cult stages.

There was one aspect of the
bill to which he invited attention
however. He wanted to know
whether any provision had been
made by which the terms of that
bill might become applicable or
rather by which certain industries
might be deemed pioneer industries
which had been established re-
cently but before that bill had
been passed by the Legislature.

He thought that it would be a
tax on courage and initiative if
people whe had tried to establish
pioneer industries were not given
consideration for having done” so
without the help of the pioneer
industries bill and the advantage
given to those who had sat back
and had waited. for the passing of
such a bill before embarking upon
the establishment of such indus-
tries.

will re-
Industries







A Suggestion

He had been told thst it was
outside the competence of that
Council to,amend the bill but he
would throw out the suggestion
that Government prepare some
amending legislation so that peo-
ple who had shown initiative a)
energy it establishing industries
should not be penalised and those
who had sat by and awaited leg-
islation of that sort, helped

Hon'ble V. C. Gale said that the
bill was long overdue and he wa
plad to see that it had come up for
consideration toebe placed on the
Statute Book of the island.

Perhaps some industries that
might have been started here were
started in other islands because
the bill before them was not yet
on the Statute Book, It was law
in Trinidad and Jamaica and now
that it was passing into law here
it should induce investors to es-
tablish pioneer industries here,

He invited attention to section
4 of the bill which reid:—

4. (1) The Gowernor-in-Execu-
tive Committee, on the application
on or before the thirty-first day
of December, 1952, of any person
who is desirous of establishing a
pioneer factory in this Island for
the purpose of manufacturing an
pioneer product, if he is satisfied
that it is expedient in the public
interest so to do, and in particular









having regard to the number of
pioneer f es alread) tablish-
ed or about to be ¢ blishe

the mar cture f i Y
produc ot outpu

ticipate

cret

gon to be pione

in relation to a pioneer factory
and pioneer industry specified in
such order with effect from such
date as may be so specified.

Hon'ble V. C. Gale said that to
fix the date when persons might
be declared as pioneer manufac-
turers as 1952 might work a hard-
ship. To his. mind 1952 was too
short. The year 1951 was more
than halfway through and it was
roughly only a year that was
given persons in which to work
along those lines.

He wanted to know if the
Hon'ble Colonial Secretary could
enlighten him on the matter.

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
“tary said that the bill was draftea
according to the Jamaica bill. It
had been drafted in 1949 but had
not been passed. Now that it had
been brought back in 1951 the date
should be advanced to 1954. He
intended to move an amendment
later in the day that 1952 be
deleted and 1954 be inserted in its
place.

Hon'ble F. C. Hutson saw no
need for the insertion of any date
at all. So far as he was concerned
he would like to see it made in-
definitely.

With regard to water supply he
was wondering whether any pion-
eer factories in the vicinity of the
Belle Pumping Station would be
able to get water at a rate less
than 6Uc. a thousand gallons since
they had been told that when the
new machinery is installed there
that it will be cheaper to lift the
water. He suggested that there
might be a sliding scale.

He thought that there should be
included in the list of duty free
items any materials that might
have to be imported to assist in
the manufacture of a product. In
Puerto Rico he knew there were
instances where certain materials
had to be imported to help with
the manufacture of the finished
article in the Pioneer Industries
list and a similar thing should be
done nere.

The Hon’ble the Colonial Secre-
tary’s amendment with regard to
the substitution of 1954 for 1952
was passed and the bill given its
third reading and passed.



Haynes Tells Of
St. Andrew Roads

Mr. J. A. HAYNES, Junior Mem-
ber for St. Andrew, yesterday
asked for an adjournment of the
House of Assembly for five min-
utes tc discuss “The deplorable
conditions of the St. Andrew roads
and bridges due to floods and land
slides.”

His motion was seconded by his
colleague Mr. Gill who suggested
that Government should consider
the possibility of extending the
King Street Road in St. Simon’:
down through the Walkers Cart
Road and from there to Walkers
Main Road. This he put forward
so that in the event of the Hag-
gatt Bridge being broken down
again, people of the parish would
still be able to get through Turn-
ers Hall to the Main from Hag-
gatt to Bridgetown.

The Leader of the House, Mr.
G. H. Adams said that the two
members for St. Andrew: should
have waited until the member who
looked after that matter was there
They could have said something
beforehand so that—if they wanted
a reply—information could have
been got and there would have
been a reply given. He told of how
Government was thinking over
plans concerning the roads in St.
Andrew.

Mr. L. E. Smith and Mr. Dow-
ding said that the Department of
Highways and. Transport were
somewhat to be blamed.



The “Countess” Hits
Chamberlain

At about six o’clock yesterday
evening the lighter “Countess”,
owned by Messrs Plantations Ltd.,
struck the Chamberlain Bridge
and damaged it. The authorities
were notified and soon afterwards
instruction were given that the
Bridge should be closed to traffic
and pedestrians.

This caused many traffic jams
in Trafalgar Square as motorists,
who were unaware of the incident,
headed towards the Cnamberlain
Bridge. Occasionally one or two
pedestrians sneaked across the
Bridge and took no notice of the
warning.



IN THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY «:

COUNCIL

Legislative Council
pan. yesterday

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secretary
laid the Civil Establishment (General)
(Amendment) No. 2 Order, 1951

The Council concurred in the follow-
ing resolutions :

Resolution to place the sum of
$15,000 at the disposal of the Governor-
-in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part {, Current,
os shown in Supplementary Estimates
1951—52, No. 22, which form the sched~-
ule to the Resolutions.

Resolution to place the sum of
$2,525 at the disposal of the Governor-
in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part I, Curren
as shown in the Supplementary Esti
ates, 1951—52, No. 19, which form the
schedule to this Resolution

Resolution to place the sum of
$1,625 at the disposal of the Governor-
in-Exerutive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951—52, Part I, Current,
as shown in Supplementary Estimates
1951—52, No. 21, which form the sched-
ule of the Resolution

The Council passed
amendments :

Bill intituled an Act to encourage
the establishment and development of
new industries and to make provisions
for, the granting of certain relief from
package tax on customs duty and in-
tax to persons establishing factor-
ies in connection with such industries
and for purposes incidental to or con-
nected with’ any of the foregoing pur-
poses

Bill
the constitution
Commission and
thereto

The Council began consideration of
and postponed a Bill té amend the
Saint Lucy's (Barbados) Loan Act, 1949
1950-6)

The Council postponed consideration
yf a reply to the Governor's Message No.
28/1951 regarding the establishment of a
Club and Centre in London for West
Indian St

The met at 2,00



with minor

come

intituled an Act to provide for
of a Public Services
matters incidental









also postponed a resolu-





POSTPONE RESOLUTION
FOR CAR PURCHASE

AFTER a debate lasting one hour and 75 minutes on

a $7;800 resolution to give the Governor a state car, thes

House of Assembly yesterday got no further than reporting
progress to the Speaker on that matter. !

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) moved that progress be reported
and his motion was carried by the majority vote of twelve
to two. Mr. Adams, Leader of the House, in seconding Mr.



PAGE FIVE







ustries Bill =

_ ASTHMA

Bad Roads ‘Threaten
St. Andrew Parish d
How to ease the strain in 3O seconds!

THE HON'BLE F. C. HUTSON at yesterday's meeting
{ the Legislative Council, drew honourable members atten-

for breath, one Ephazone
tablet slipped in the mouth eases the



to the deplorable state of the roads and bridges in St.
irew following the heavy rains which one has been
experiencing. .

Tite Hon'ble Colonial Secretary promised the Council







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Garner’s motion, said that he did so in order to make fur-" , : : } strain quickly and effectively. Remer-

ther inquiries. hat he would bring the matter to the attention of the ther: iain aidan: the avec Which { “yh

‘ . . . » . < re syste hic

Mr. Adams (L) said that in- that they would not yoie more Director of Highways and Transport and the Executive ee ieee ‘ : =e > %

quiries were made at local firms of than $6,000. He was not preparea Committee } cuetiuies The. tigpest, Ganeey S080 art}
i é . a ’ a _ !
what would be the price of a let down the Leader of the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson said: “Sir: Apart from tie inconvenience Asthma \ /
suitable car. He pointed out that Upposition as that was done with You remember that recently I to the thousands of people wh« Ephazone contains several heal V4
conditions had changed since they “i consent of the entire party. Was appointed a member from live there, the cost of rehabilits ents which dissoive the stran tiling tnd
i the figures and motor Mr. Mottley said ; is Council on the Sc ; Be eee AA te atta” beer 7 Se Lee ct a

were given : : : ey said that he could ‘''s uncil on the Scotland Soil tion will be colossal because tw<« germ-laden ace as the pe
cars had gone up in price. not, however, vote for $7,800. He Conservation Board and while out of every three bridges you + \ :

The addendum of the resolution, Suggested if the matter were post- that Board has not yet met, f see are in “danger of the sam brene pay Suavety ane. le this way pron tra CORY, normal breathing.
he said, pointed out the way how poned, Government should con- ¢, ok ae opportunity of visiting thing happening. The Ephazone treatm is so sample too! Nothing to inject
they arrived at the figures that sider the possibility of buying an E ae two or three times It is a very serious situatior nothing to inhale. No matter low swifdy or unexpectedly the
they were then presenting to the American car which was roomy Seana i ws J think it is my and I am going to ask the Hon'ble attack comes, there is always tim thina with Ephazone.
House. enough and could be bought locally \vhat 1} report to this Council Colonia] Secretary if he could} For rapid relief fran Asthma, 1 1B 4 :

Mr. Haynes (E) said that he was !0r $4,800, coming via Belgium. ,y oxiventiate ee ro see that the entire resources o8| always ke oe od ly of } in hand ee ove
in agreement with the Governor a eer | eee nee iew of the Department of Highways and | a= SOR ty BEALS ane?
having the car, but the House was , Mr. Reece (E) said that it was mt anes last Wednesday tanspert and such equipment as
told that the present Government's regrettable that the name of the and had. the prmieetutied: ce cca they have, should be put on those | FOR ASTHIAA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
policy was that they would not ém- waa been mentioned in ; i at several hvlieen. and St. Andrew roads without delay t 1g
ark on any expenditure until + 5 various parts of the road where . ye 5 a WP Fr
the fiscal survey is made in an- cae ‘AWestion, he said, was rivers are encroaching rapidly. Staff, Equipment g yo ¥ S$
swer to his question in the House o ee state car should be pur- After the heavy rain on Friday, If they have not got the neces- oak hs Shen} saves
as regards the East Coast Road. chased or not. If bought, it would’ 1 went back again to see what ‘ary Staff and equipment, then | Sold by all re.) : if any ditdoulty, write to:

be used for state 30. Tis
Mr. Adams “‘atervened saying ate Dube te
yin8 Excellency would no doubt con-

that the Hon, Junior Member ior
St. Andrew was going wrong. He
7 : erson: eds
was reminding him that what the P ea sha ittea:' tiekan)
a 5 ae aad é \e zeader
pt po ital aes of the Opposition, Mr, Wilkinson, ‘
. a. eee ; re had agreed to the principle of pur
would be made until the fiscal sur- chasing a state c ware, Byes
vey is made. asing a state car and had said

tinue to use his own car for his ‘

He said that the resolution was ee $6,000 was enough for the :
accepted when it was brought to PTV OSe The members of the

. Opposition would s . ‘

the House and a token vote for a Support the .

acquisition of a state car, he said,

dollar was there. :
and the only question then was

Mr. Haynes said that his point

of the imperial power to divide and rule, *
Down through the years when- ‘
ever the Colonial Office has sug-

passed by the majority
House, and in as much as it was
changed, he felt that the House

to get very far because the bridge





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verely damaged and it was that part of the island.
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nly one bridge out of many impassable on Wednesday and: it
hich, in my view, if not serious- 45 possibly, quite impassabl



iy damaged already, will undoubt- ow.
diy be damaged before this impassable. Walkers Bridge is it
ainy season is over unles deplorable condition. I feel

that there is
and the
up at

no time to be
matter
once

about it as lost
taken

staff

omething is done
oon as possible.

SHERLOCK

should be

and the entire

Slippery Crossing

The bridge at Lakes is alsc |
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hick mud and water which made losing no time No characters in Engli§h litera-



in bringing the matter to the

: . . the price of same r \
was that whether it was $7.800 or z oo ae Ra : least save what can still be saved HOLMES
$78,000, the resolution should be », The Hon. Leader of the House I would not weary honourable Hon, R. Challenor said: 1 think | \ .
postponee ad expressed the wish that the embers with — an) detailed jonourable members would like , |
s Committee should report progress, G¢s¢™Ppuon of what I saw, but ine to thank the “Hon'ble Mt I
Mr. Alider (L) said that he he said. He was supporting the ‘here are one or two things jfutson for bringing to the notice
strongly objected to the resolution ™0tion in the hope that when the hich I think I should mention. ¢F the Council to-day and sirin 2 | SELECTED STORIES
when the House discussed it some TeS0lution came into Committee * happen to notice in a reply to }i, views on the — situatior in| a .
time ago. The resolution at that 984M, a figure would have been 7 question asked in the Other <1" Andrew due to the heavy |
i ay arrived at by the Executive wnist, | ace that a temporary crossing "oo °: w. due 10 Me neavy |
time calied for $7,200, he said, and uchIa be ar executive which had been arranged for the peo- ‘@ins in the Scotland _ District. | b
the majority of the House reduced iit ia? by all parties ,j0 at Lakes and Corbins. There is no doubt that the} y
it by $600. The new resolution was , 1 should like honourable mem- *tuation is very serious and |
war Ti cab ea - roe which on Crawford said: “I regard €™ to see that temporary Prempt action is necessary. \
was $1,200 more than the amount the introduction of this Resolut rossing. It is approached by a ; a sii i ‘
the majority of the members of the to provide the Govind ee vath through a oar oee of a field i am aor eee keen grateful Sir Arthor Conan
House agreed to. $7,800 State car as illustrative of ‘! ¢#nes and consists of two vo = Mr. Hutson for the Dovle
He said that the Administration the evils of colonialism. An ex- )!Nks across each other, On ao een re has taken, not only | A
changed the resolution which was @Mple of how easy it is for the ‘'iday, they were covered with Peale oe Hes evoations “Ser |
Limself, |
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members

gested giving the Governor of
this poles a State car the hon.
t } a ‘ members on my left who repre-
tion has been changed”, he -nid, sent the Conservative interests
“but because the Hon. Senior and who ruled this country for a
Member for St. Joseph suggested generations have always refused '

should have the power to discard
it. “Not only because the resolu-



planks without any hand rail on

hia skill, I think it deplorable for

hem very. slippery. : ture since those in the great
1 watchéd a man carrying a ‘tice of honourable Dickens gallery have taken so
bag of sugar across those two and the general public, firm a hold upon the British and

The Hon'ble Colonial Secretary
said: I too am very grateful to
the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson for bring-
ing this state of affairs to my
notice and I would make it my

n imagination as Sherlock
and Dr. Watgon. They

Americ
Holmes
have, indeed, been elevated above
the level of fiction and into the
realm of mythology where





wheel barrow. While I admire

nyone to live in Barbados in

hose conditions without anything the

that conditions have changed since to provide it. To-day, when being done about it. duty to bring it to the notice of | learned and the simple meet on
the last time we discussed it.” he others are running the country, I am aware something bad been the Director of Highways and} equal footing, The present selec-
said. they are willing to do so. Why-is done to the bridge at Lakes since ‘Transport ‘ 1 the best
Mr. Allder said that the Head of this? Merely in order to curry the rains last February, but it

the Administration already had favour with the head of the did not stand up very long. Holmes volumes, including one
two cars. He remarked that- the @dministration in the hope that, There used to be a field of canes the longer hooks, The Sign of
Administration, headed by the should the occasion arise he will there a few months ago, now or three weeks ago, I sought leave | Four, in its logical, place among s
Governor, often told them thet not be completely unmindful of there is complete devastation and cf the Council to deal with al the other chosen tales.

they could not find money to carry __the policies of the Government {

out schemes which were valled Party clash with those interests,



their interests if—as may happen ganes would

not be grown On resolution for funds in order that

hat spot again. the Director of Highways and









£0 The river which used to be 20 Transport could proceed with |
Mr. Adams said that the House . “Moreover, it is an open secret 4 - feet wide is to-day hun- urgent road and bridge work in | WE HAVE IF AT
had passed a token resolution 2 = a occasion gt the last oe een harp ae poaeen St. Andrew. |
whic! as a : eneral Election, the British offi- .™ LES | otUe) Wits ? } y ‘ATE
Teacher tae tae weiceteat > dio. cials in the colony openly and atin 9 places and it is even The reason I sought permission } ADV a A i K
cuss the resolution then unreservedly threw the weight of & ng worse. of the Council to proceed with! 47" ’
; their position on the side of the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson at this the resolution at that time was that | & r ATION ERY
Mr. Allder, continuing, said that *@peur Party.” ae te tothe - damage: 1¢ was held-up in other places and : : 7
the cost of running Government ‘ eee ees a Barba- feat ive eee ae i ieee f w ¥ as a ue the work
evr 4 é an ms Ss, Sé , rawford, were in 185 sda) an ac “ 4 should star before the rainy e
etetees - years ago was mortal fear of the defeat of the he had seen it ain on Friday season was upon us. I sit the a & Sea has eh el oa m= -” bs o
, and that was when tne Labour Party at the last election. and the bridge was utterly im- frst to admit that money is one 2 r
present Government had not a_ It was regrettable that at this passable thing, but the work ‘done is Just Arrived:
majority in the House. The figure stage in the constitutional devel- another.

had increased to $40,000 since the opment of the colony, when the

FRESH SHIPMENT OF

Colossal Costs

jon. G.
“I feel” said Mr. Hutson, “that sie Pe

B. Evelyn said: I am

and the tion is the first to draw
Committee at the earliest oppor- | stories from the several Sherlock
tunity.
1 must mention that only two | of

present Government got a major- Governor was almost merely a very glad that the Hbn’ble Mi » ‘ 'e' a
ity, he said. rubber-stamp, there should be the situation would have to be ee iat 4 7 , ; A
He said that Government ser- this saddling of the taxpayers faced immediately, There is no Vag ee matter up. i URN q BEGD WS s
vants in the lower brackets were With this unnecessary burden in question of putting it off. The ~ oer, OF a oat RT eTNae oe B
het getting increases in their Order only to please the Britis reason why I have not asked for bare AS ie ial ang mbes are ALSO
wages. commensurate with the OMicialsin their midst and the the motion in the usual way is DOW Waster on SCAG ae ee ‘ ‘ > wD ’ ‘
the resolution be postponed for ,“! recall that up to 1947 the delay in the matter. Unless the "0 definite reason, someone de-
five vears. Conservatives refused to give any situation is handled very drasti- cided that Henry’s Lane should pe ‘
Mr. Haynes said that he would State car; the most they would do cally and immediately, the par- be improved. They worked on

was to give a policeman as chauf- j
feur, in order to prevent the Gov- j
ernor’s employing one. Now that ,
the Governor only reigns at Gov-
ernment House but has no respon- |
sibility in the formutatiun of
Government policy, we increase
his emcluments Frankly,

second a motion coming frorg the
Hon. Senior Member for St. John
if he could word it along the
lines of the suggestion -that he
threw out when he (Mr. Haynes)
first spoke.

Mr. Allder then moved the post-
ponement of the resolution for six

now
>'* that the Secretariat ha been |
pa, ea rg gay ao divided up with a competent

Member for St. Andrew seconded,
Mr. Mottley (E) said some time
earlier this year a resolution for
$7,200 came before this House for
the purchasing of a car for the use see no reason for the retention of |
of the Governor on state oc- both the offices of Governor and |
casions. Cclonial Secretary.”
The Oppesition then agreed, he
said, to a token vote of a dollar,
their Leader expressing the view

Assistant Secretary in charge of
eacy Department, and with the
political constitution of the colony
at the stage at which it is, I can

“Let us compare the salary of
the Governor of a_ small colony
like this with that of the Governor |
of a big American State:
“The Governor of Illinois, with |

capital Chicago one of the

richest cities in the world, with a

HOUSE total annual revenue of $727,000,-
000 only pays its Governor an

me's Bb , annual salary of ae pO

When the House of Assembly me ae Hi aT > $48,000,-
nessee, with a revenue 0} ,000,
bie Mr, Adams laid the following 000 pays a salary of $8,500, New

The Civil Establishment (General) York City itself with a total |
(Amendment) No. 2 Order, 1951, ; annual revenue of $727,000,000 |
atin yeas advances, for payment of only pays its Governor $25,000 |

He gave notice of a Resolution to per year salary. But in this little |
approve the Order entitled “The Civil ] x 4 place, with a one-crop|
eet peeneraly | (amandment) economy and & number of under-
ernor-in-Executive Committee on the fed people, with a total annual
0th day of August, 1951, under the pro- revenue of around $10,000,000, w«
visions of section 3 of the Civil Estab- pay a salary of $14,440. In addi-
TN Sestined make it lawful for tion, we give a duty allowance of
the Governor-in-Executive Committee $4,800; we have now agreed to pay }
to lease to the Vestry of the parish of domestic staff, fuel and light with
St. George a parcel cf land formerly the Governor contributing a mere
part of Carmichael plantation, situate at
El‘erton in the parish of St. George and
containing by admeasyrement five acres,
two roods for the purpose of establish-





This is what we pay a British offi- |
cial in a poverty-stricken colony

ing a playing field. like this.
A Resolution to place the sum of.
$40,020 at the disposal of the Governor- Mr Crawford said that hi
Mr. re s 1

in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part I, Current,
as shown in the Supplementary Esti-
mates, 1951—52, No. 23, which form the
Schedule to the Resolution

criminal waste of public funds
Only last week, he said, one reud
Dr. Cummins gave notice of a Bill to in the newspapers that children
amend the Old Age Pension Act, 1937. ,of the elementary schools in St

regarded this resolution as |
The House passed a Bill to make pro- Thomas could not reagh the ae

ea the protection of wages of bition standard for entering int
A Billi to amend the Labour Depart- Cur second grade schools; so low
ment Act, 1943. had the standard of elementary
an ae to amend the Naturalization education in the colony fallen |
‘A’ Bill to amend the Cinematograph (ind the reasons for this fall
(British Films) Act 1935 Last year the Director of Educa-

A Resolution to approve of the ex- tion reported to the Government

change by the Executive Committee of 4 ie 7 7 », a0)
a parcel of land situated in the City of that his department needed 6( \
Bridgetown and vested in them for a odd new elementary teacherg in}












parcel of land the property of Mrs order to cope with the number
WTA itenatatiens to approve of the o at the schools. The Govern- }

4 ove oO e com- . v ida >e
pulsory acquisition by the Governor-in- ment refused to provide these
Executive Committee of one rood seven needed teachers on the ground |
perches of land adjoining the lands of }
St. Christopher's Girls’ School in Christ @ On Page 7
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and furnishing playground “or St
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the tive Committee t li all that of the Legislative Council to the B
pat land contair admeasure end the V. Co i

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: } AUTOMOTIVE Méitman up ¢ ban sae | St. Andrew up to Tuesday, September g six months to re~| ¢ afford to furnish| 4
DIED ' : ‘© September 1! 2.9.si—dn | Uth, The building is 40 feet long x 10! iired hem The same Government} Gonies must tee rie
7 { CAR—1951 Hillman Saloon, green rete } ft. wide with a shed gallery approx | eall attention to the at slute |“ uld now find $7,800 to pravide eave From ae es
REID: On September 4th. 1951 at her | with red upholstery condition ‘as new BY Public campetition at the office | mately 5 ft. wide along the entire |), 64 staan © abso’ ithe Governor wit a car, The “TAC a Barbados
Hall, st Gitcnnel, Maine _“ Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Lower Bay|of the undersigned on Friday the Tin | bvlding. 3 SKINNER th < eeey > ee Sete is, [SUM Of $7,800 would pay 20 new “SCHOLART i sth Aue tee
Red, tek Pome LUMENS Budocat street, Din! sate. 5°9.51—3n September 1061 at. 2 p.m. a stonewall | Pe SO = ng . ae are a o teachers for their first year; and|§'S’ ugpy ECTOR” acer 1& men ees: ee
dwelling house t QD i .. 2 * Brace, oo em are sim j aw ae S . 1° SELE Averpool &
residence at 4.30 p.m. today for the} CAR—One Vauxhall 14-6 in very | cining reom, tao meeinenen Etvevan, | St Aco ime and labour wasted Th hey 1 uld help to improve the Gisestw 30th Aug. 14th Sept.
Westbury Cemetery. good condition. Dial 4799. C. D.|and out offices, standing en two roods | ee same thi ‘ ; ». | ucational Standard of the/'gg “TRIBESMAN” London early Sept. Mid. Sept
tour Clee acd} Evelyn, Fontabelle. 5.9, 51—1n of re) at Military Road, Bush Hall, | ——~ Lane ing applies to Henry’s|! island. cg arly pt. » Sept.
; —_—_—— St. hael. Inspection on application | ane, Mr. Waleott (E) said Jo oe
5.9.51 CAR—Morsis © ab | 2 . . : t Mr. said as Jong as . a i
XARDE: On Septémber 4th 1961, at his] Owner driven Apply W. “nM wAucit: | ROWE OF EB am. ak Sok tn, Public Official Sale voip hope, that if any work is/they have agreed with the prin-| HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
itiehacl, Lasts Verde er Aires fee 2.9.5}-~3n. | For further particulars and conditions of} (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 song to be done in St. Andrew,|ciple of the resolution when the/ 5 Closes in
leaves thet Shove senidence af 450} "Gam oeccen: : srareccrme--— | fale appr. te (1904-0) § 90). e amount of time to carry cut| House passed a token resolution | Vessel For Barbados
p.m. today for St. Barnabas Chureh. M-139 — oe Seen domes eee ‘sara | eo ,Susnday. fhe 1th day, of Septem. | “ese repairs down there will not! for one dollar some time ago they | . S. STUDEN . e
Douglas, Eric, Billy and Ira } (1950) Ltd., Pinfold Street. Apply to the | 29.8..81—n , | me afternoon ‘will be sold at ‘my oes |, 4n¥thing as long as the time| would then have to accept the| ss ADVISER — = Re
Yarde, —", St anton ee Manager 4.9.51—3n ~~~. |to the highest bidder for any sum rot 'K€n to do Henry's Lane resolution. He felt that they} ADVISER London 4th Sept
a | a eae | $$ nr | The undersigned will offer for Sale at|/under the appraised value Hon'ble J. A. Mahon said: I|should then only debate on the |~ Se amar mann Tren a eae ie = Nee
(Children) . -8.51—1n CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in first) public competition at their Office, No All that certain piece of Land con- should lik i hi a ’ 5 oe ea | For further Information apply to
close order will make an excellent Taxi.! 17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday | taining by estimation 3721 sq. ft. site Mr. Hi e support the Hon’ble| amount of money involved and ) wee
THANKS Spvly: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce; the 14th day of September, 1951 at ai aa st Baxters Road in the City ¢ hat — and the remarks he} not on the principle of the reso-| DAC s
Weatherhead Limited, 4.9.51--t.f.n BMms— ridgetown, butting and bounding © as ni with re i | sdiahoios ’
OVIDE—The Ovide family beg through | ———— | The two-storied Dwellinghouse known| lands formerly of Donald Williams bu! \oads and bridges -— oe — i , ai seals ACOSTA & CO., LTD. Agents
= amily ; B a * gah: , ; oe Ss in St. Andrew. He said that he was surprised
this medium to return thanks to all} CAR: One Vauxhall 18 done only | as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon/"©W of James A. Tudor, on lands nov While I cann +s GR Ey cians Vedas actiainia ceed i
those kind friends who sent cables,| 10,000 miles, like new. Phone 2861. S. H. | the same stands and thereto belonging.|" Jate of one Goodridge, on land been dow. et claim to have, o find the expense of the car, “If aiden
wreaths, letters, cards of condolence, | Kinch or 4569 Cyril Stoute. containing by admeasurement 6,422 Sey St the, eteate of one Mar eee are as recently as} ‘ou give this car to this Gover-/| “ * ‘i
or in’ ary Way expressed their 29.8.51—Tn.| square feet or thereabouts, situate’ at) ¥@ er OS bon S oi utson has been, yet I have] ior", he said, “don’t think that the | C. d ¢ N t | St h =
sympathy in our recent bereavement | ——— 0th Avenue Bellevilie, St. Michael. sees — cee Sone Road, | Dn in that district before and] ‘ext Governor is going to take it! na tan . a ona ra eams I Ss
the death of Yvonne Ovide CAR—Immediate delivery reconditioned | Inspection by appointment with Mrs ter's Road Bridgetown. together w'
TAU, She. Oe " 5.9.51—In, | Ford Prefect. Nearest offer $1,000. Benja-| L. L. Toppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736, ‘Me Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &¢., ©@n assure this Council that Mr.} vhen it is three years old.” | tanec issih hbihaintidias ee
. min Seaeston Cottage, Marine Gardens For further particulars and condition ba eo to FOUR Hutson has not exaggerated the Mr, Walcott said that they have SOUERRCUND Sail Sails f
~ ae yi a “ ss” tien thea . ae aa ‘ete Alege okay | Sail
DDN "1 on ES Raed tt ee ‘TLE. CATFORD & co. | THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED pov. | ?°sition in his remarks, ot to give the Governor a car be-| Montreal Halifes Resten Mashades Herbades
GOV ERNMENT NOTICES nse cecarerreer nae ‘OTTLE, Mea NE, ARS ($4800.00) a aa | a am ar dad ta. then Ge ause it was what they agreed to.| CAN. CRUISER 2 Aus, 1 Sept — 10 Sept 11 Sept
dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan — Fluid | aces c! - rom A, , ponaon . oon on fon'’ble Colonia, Secretary give will agree to postponements it) ; aby Soe Sep Sept. 21 Sept
. avive {absolutely A-1,) 3,000.00, Vauxhall] The undersigned will offer for sale at| (E*°'S pwr of | atistaction, US the assurance that everything} ve feel the cost is too high,” | CAR. COMME GMO 3 3 Oct 4 Oct
BRITISH GUIANA BRANCH | Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman | public competition at their office, No. reel: NES) THMANGE gatintagyon | Which can be done will be done.{ Mr. Garner then moved that | LADY ‘NELSON 10 Oct, te Get. Sek oe ee 2 Oct
BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIEry. ee a Mea ari Pe aS a. A aoeete set nth . N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day| 1 would like ty stress that it is} rrogress be reported. |
_ , Probyn St.eets * '38.6.81—6n./5.2. Sepia. le: of purchase, ,\cf very great importance in m w——— io ee
Princess Elizabeth Red Cross eae a : The dwellinghouse known as T. T. SRADLRY) opinien, that some definite aloe : eee Arrives Sails Arrives Arriy Arrives
lese aa ’ re Provost Mars cn, k +e . es
Convalescent Home for VAUXHALL—12 h.p Saloon—in good |““ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land| provost Marshal's Offer be formulated and not just to Meat Situation Barbados Barbades Boston Malifax Montreal
Children, Georgetown cordition Courtesy Garage Dial—4616 whereon the same stands and thereto| 24th August, 1951 25.8 51—3n./,un from pl lac = LADY NELSON 16 Sept 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept 2 Oct
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED 30.8.51—6n | belonging, containing by admeasure- : > eis | tittle bit Poor place doing a Becomin G | LADY RODNEY 16 Oct, 18 Oet. 27 Oct 28 Oct. 1 Nowr
> } Nd ment 4.858 square feet or thereabouts, : o : ; 1 rave | ‘i rr ;
Sah a te Comeaiecctat’ Hout ELECTRICAL 0g ey oe WANTED | If we do not decide on a & GTAVE | ne MV. “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is ekpected to artive
for Children shortly to be opened antenna Gath eee ee adiaining Hotel Rover r ae | definite plan, we would be just LONDON, Sept. 4, { her: about the 4th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, St. John,
f y D Pi GENERATOR— One D.C. Generator 1 $ _....| throwing away money and time The “€ enting | , 7
in Georgetown and catering for up| wetter 110 Volts in. Peftect “Warkine nspection any day except Sundays, . ¥ y 1e Financial Times commenting | (14) jfax Quebec and Montreal
te thirty “children:— condition _ Price vebsdngbie ‘aseotd . ar the hours of 12 noon and 5 HELP jit is ot greater importance that] on Argentine meat, said fears in| = ‘.
(a) MATRON. A fully qualified! © 5. Cave, Small Hope, St. John For further particulars, and conditions {8S much of this work as can be}tne meat trade that Argentina | —.
nurse. preferably S.R.N who! 2.9.$1—an | of sale, apply to:— , Dene dee tere ine tare, ide Siren = Ge sami iat ioe ese cnnge so have a | GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD A
x ; at | COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. cooking. Appky © Balms: Fe Sean, | ere are great prospects in thelsurpius meat in ei . —Agents
ah tas ; . a . : s eight years .
seve eg atelon FURNITURE bts bp STH | coming reaping season for another| ubvus meat Im eight years’ time] a nan
1's 0. “ageienp5artstetieresensneiions a = | law > 7 we} }
Salary $100—$120 per month,| FURNITURE—One large painted Press| The undersigned will offer for Sale at HELP WANTED _| large crop. As St. Andrew stays] realisation” |
i; : ' ‘| $50, one Two Burner Oil Stove-- ublic competition at their No. | NURSES—Wanted two nurses for patien: | (oday I am afraid there would be |
resident, with uniform and laun-! irner Oil Stove—Table | p compe . in private home. One for day and on® | |
“e : Model $35. Phone 5013 4.9.51—3n.| 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, for’ night dare Mutet sation, talented }no crop, at all in St. Andrew The present Argentine meat | ROYAL NETHERLANDS = Ce
: tb) SENIOR NURSE. Child POULTRY tonne day of September, 1961, at & 90) oe ing highest qualifieations. Dial 6370, | because in the majority of cases, p roblem is quite in different order STEAMSHIP co. > . i
nursing and child welfare experi- THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing 4.9.51—a |i: is impossible to get canes to/from the general agricultural )
ee " oe 1 60—$80 ep 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining the factory and as the roads are} qifficulties that affected the out- SAILING FROM EUROPE I
ence necessary. Salary $60—$ CHiCKS — Imported New Hampshires |the Barbados Aquatie Club, together MISCELLANEOUS | going now, it would be complete-} put of its stable tommodities in| “3: HELBNA--Tth September 1951 \
ver month, resident, with unitoi, | and Plymouth Roek Chicks 3 months old. | with the Goodwill and Assets of the by dmpossible..to. pet suse P Se COMMOGIIES IN) 1's) BONAIRE—Tth Septemher 1961 ) ©ie., Gle. Transatlantique })
laund. Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock.| business, now carried on under the y. possi bit Oo get sugar tolthe past, » BOSKOOP—7th September 1051 me +
ane ean f 4.9.51—an. | above name WAREHOUSES TO) RENT. tn. wr | DTidgetown in the case of wheat and other] | SAMANG 16 PLYMOUTH AND st
i ivi ails AP J : +: E t NT or|*? > P > case g hee anc D: s i . J
Weta, ae bv aS INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-| around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Lid. I hope something would be} grains it has been a case of gradual ‘ AMSTERDAM - SAILING TO
training an xpe ’ 4 PIGEONS—Three (8) Pains of White | days, and Fridays, between the hours of 2.9.51-t.f.n.} done in the very near future.” lakae M.S, WELLEMSTAD—11th Sept. 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
copies of at least two recent testi- eens Pigeons at $6.00 per pair. Dial|4 and 6 p.m. on application on the 3 ri ns . 4.5. ORANJESTAD.0th Get 1951
: : lan i 7 between 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and | premises. WANTED TO BUY uis could conceivably be ar- SAILING TO PARAMARIBO . aay
monials, and stating clearly ahi . 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. 5.9.51—4n. | For further particulars, and conditions| sen tron Dedetends, Springs, Cots . a rested if the Argentine G beh < | AND BG “GASCOGNE 22nd Sep-
post is being applied for, Out-o' of sale, apply to :-— Beds, Couches, Iceboxes, Gilded o: W. Berlin Plan Be Gover | M.S. STENTOR—1ath September 1951 tember, 1951. via St. Lucia
town applicants should enclose a “LIVESTOCK COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. Pancy Mirror | Frames, Gramophores. | Z " {ment were to pursue policies on} SASLING FO TRINIDAD, Martinique, ‘Guadeloupe &
hotograph. Applications 31 8.5t—J3n. | pianos, Sewing Machines—L. S. Wilson . »which it had already made a PARAMARIBO AND BG. } ae ,
recent photograph. App wats, sUnee ee San fea kee, eat tee | To Retaliate atiert. Of wletitn to taser off OS. BONAIRE 24th September 1951 )) Antigua.
ta be addressed to:— Manning Summervale Eagle HAIR ei AUCTION nee 5.9.51-—-1: Fr oe? .* _ Tee na 2 an ag SAILING. TO TRINIDAD AND “COLOMBIE” 14th October
THE HONORARY SECRETARY, Phone 3804 . «Pa “ra ; SERLIN, Sept. 4 the incentives that hitherto have CURACAO 1951, via Martinique and
Thi ’S alescent Home : Breceee LULL, Oe gone exclusively to urban workers, | M.S HELENA.—2ard September 1991 Sivatta =
Children’s poe +e ae teesusiinns sepoivas or eaatie H OUR L West Berlin's anti-Communist |“go far not much more than a|™-S BOSKOOP—29th September 1961 Guadeloupe
ies Z MISCELLANEOUS ( G rade lay mapped a plan arter he al tal f ee a ve
Red Cross Headquarters, auction on Wednesday next Sth September ARB trade union today }quarter of the -annual total of], m—__, eee
S| riet r > ¢ . . : ‘ crc tite intial atin H BOUND
‘ve Leary, Georgetown, ANTIQUES — Of every description, | 2! 2 Pm. on the spot at McClean Land, to seal off the Soviet run Berlin | 200,000 tons of fresh meat that was oe souT
. - moh Guiana, | Glass, ‘Thine, old Jewels, fine Silver | Feitton’s x Road one double roofed house In Carlisle Bay elevated system in retaliation for}to be delivered under the Anglo- The M.V. “CARIBREE” will “GASCOGNE” 13th _ Sep-
2.9.51—2n, Authecanke Pataca Anton’ the said belonging to the estate of the Soviets “Blockade tax” on’ Argentine agreement has been > Sieesinine,: Rattnie art tember: 1951 Calling at
Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd Yacht Marsatese, M.V. Daerwood,| highway shipments between the | chinned Maest. Weve aid St Kitt Grenada, Trinided, British
BRITISH CARIBBEAN 3.9.50—t.f.n, Ph PR heh A bs Lydia Adina no Sch. Clougia | ©. | West and Berlin. U.P. Saping Mandas oth inpt, iu and French Guiane
a, . y 8 a a ——_ » Site > ov ms : é - .
CURRENCY BOARD CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price| 20.4.51—in - Sch. Rosarene, Sch. Lucille M. Smith,| Informed sources said the “Ger- sediph: Cate. und Paananmers. tO3
Rates of Commission for the Issue] one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Lid.| — enn omernnne ron ——= | Sth. Marion Belle Wolfe, M.V. C..L. M.|man Trade Union” is considering Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, Accepting Passengers,
and Redemption of Currency Notes} City Pharmacy. HST T FN | instructed by the surance Agents to sell | Whittaker NC" Se" Met locking entrances to elevated Nevis und St Kitts. Sailing Cargo and Mail
ee i ittaker. da : » mate’ ° iy 4 inat
Section 7 (1) (b) of the FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all| by Auction this vehicle which has been ARRIVALS stations in West Berlin, which Diamond Rush Ore TP id eile ai lett es
Currency Act, 1950 kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies | damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy| § §. Lady Nelson, 4,656 tons net, | would prevent West Berliners aceept Cargo and Passengers fot ”
- is drawn to the] 8ristlecombs, Gent’s Bristlecombs, Tooth | Garage on Friday 7th Sept. at 2.30 p.m.| Capt. Roach, from St. Lucia fror ising the elevated, and to : : #. Lucia, Grenade and Aruba
ATTENTION is dra Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, JOHN M. BLADON & Co ay 8 + oes (From Our Own Correspondent Passengers onl) for St. Vincent \ M JONES & Co itd
Defence (Control of Drug and Pa~} jon ° Brushes, Bath Brushes, Auctioneers. deprive the Soviet zone railway Belling Wednesday i2si inst > ” .
tent and Proprietary Medicine| Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder | 2.9.51—4n SE. ‘A WELL system of an estimated income of | GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4 B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
Prices) Order, 1951, No. 15 which] Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow! /4,000,000 marks monthly. This is} A big diamond find in the ASSOCIATION: (INC) AGEN’S »s
will be published in, the Official) “yi " CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Midaie| UNDER THE SILVER auetema GQ, beRS |four times the income the East|Cuyuni River district created a|} Consignee, Tele No. 4047 \ Phone :; 38 }
Gazette of Monday, 3rd Septem-| street. Distributors. Dial 3982. p| Prom, Trinidad: : a German state will receive from the as, trom Maseruni and Potaro ) SS
: 2.9.51—| CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROA J. St han, J. Harrison, I. Gilbert, ax. areas, acco g reports rehe)l ——SSESEESESESSEE SaaS SS = ocean
ber, 1951 ixteenths per | ————__________________| “on WEDNESDAY the 5th September| q”’ soning Wo Allee AL Alterna, | ighway tax 1 in| ing Georgetown today. “
ISSUE:—Seven-six' ‘UNIMET MAJOR’—Constructional Angle | by instructions received from the Ad- R. Alleyne, Vv. Alleyne, D.. AMeyne, Bloody street battles raged in. |
centum. makes absolutely Rigid Steel Pramework., | ministrator ef the Estate of B. W. = F Humperty, P. Humphrey, M. Hur West Berlin two years ago when Prospector Joe Briggs and 0 | G. A, Service's
REDEMPTION:— One-half per] From a few packets of ‘UNIMRT MAJOR’ | Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auetion prey, C, Humphrey, A. Humpirey./the East German Railway Police}... re Sa a Rae? q
vant you can construct Seen, Storage,/on the spot one Chattel House with two|A ‘Humphrey, S$. Smith, E. Smith. ttempted to break the strike of | 2278 % ° n men ma a find ¢ S 7 a | THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
ears ition the cost of any| Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for) Gable Roofs and shedroof covered with|;" smith, M. Peier, L Peier, o. | attempted to brea : 500 carats at Kuroochee in eight | OUVENIRS |
And in addition the co; Light Bulldings, scaffolding and otver|Galvanise Iron and corrugated iron! Watson, G. Allman, J. Rose, C. Rose,|West Berlin employees of the| weeks and the stones are said to | . % |) Only they who fulfil their duty
telegrams sent by the Board or bY) useful equipment. Available from Stock, | palings standing on lands of Goodland 5. ben Soviet run line. compare favourably with Kuru- | Gifts, Curios, Jewels Ls een: aa eanibeeee. Gare
the Crown Agents in connection compact Siecle pike tac sete ‘abs ot the sentiance to reasons aed = The Western Allied High Com-| pong and Uting gems of olden jl Antiques, ges” hpgomae | nif itnem" ‘om vreat occasions
therewith . L. -SPENCE Dial 3713—4506. 4.9.51—7n BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. ir D siigaet mission for Germany had before it} days, With the closing down of ] Ete, Etc. Ete. | Sen eSt,
; ae : 2 Auctioneers. Louisa Weatherhead, Nicholas Desilva |g request of Western Allied Berlin|the Cuyuni Mining Company, | ‘ For every day or that
eee see FOR RENT 31.8 51—4n. ye iio jae Wulff, Raque:|Kommandatura to take “prompt porkknockers wen: out on. their THAN rr | special occasion the Hostess w he
+43 Yop 1 y ve atiy nes, , . a on on ae met Q uf aten 2 é } = : Z i | is Gow for Cooking is sure o:
British Caribbean Cu Picawd. : , THE DIAMOND | Wulf, Paul King, Eva. King, Irma urgent counter measure” against | eetee ane na rin cod Pr, Wm. Hry, St. s: Dial 3466 1 eomen
mum charge week 72 cents and U ER H Maso, Francisco Maso, Daniela Maso,|/the Soviets starvation blockade. | g areas ru
Ist September, 1951, Pg ig Bt gyn Pll a HAMMER Koberta Maso, Marisa Bmmer. Federico!” Tronmed sources said West per- | Tesults. i
—_— y 7 , 1 a pn
2.9.51—2n, words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a) By instructions received from Mrs. | Alvarez, Maring Ciffoni, “ lin city Government urged the eo - eaten entiee »t as
ase ocean vord * . 3 I will sell on the spot | Ciffeni, Lilian Archer ; . a The rush to the area caused the SaaS
ve ee St Airy Hi Saint Josep on Wednes- ; Kommandatura to tax heavily East} opening up of new trading shops | She i
JOANIE IOI @ay next 12th September at 2 p.m DEPARTURES By B.W 1A German barges which pass through! and transport was taxed to full |) RTUNITY j
bs ene double roofed house size 20 x 10|. West Berlin canals.—U,P. | with moving men from other areas. | | WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPO
% HOUSES and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash. | For Trinidad; ee es Mant y 4 c y
3 ; ; " H. Pooran, Chandra Pooran, Mahbit |
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH DIARCY A SCOTT, Jonnita, Ena Bunsee, Thelma Price, | S30OSSCSOSOO>OOPOSOOO, | | se, | TO FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR
—— CLIFTON To an approved Auctioneer. | Violet Wilson, Master Maxim Chadee, x ,
tenant Purnishea Mouse, Upper Ba) St $0.81 in: | erry) Ghadec, "Wennel "Best, ‘Chedao b OF SORROW & \ WHUETE LEAD in OF; and TINTS
the young posite Yaeht and tic Clubs. A h, elyn Dyett, Ernest Saunmyogh, ! y 7
wae eo aeetions a Sein capusebbnnte. deear ra ; ae t 6 Bette Beco. Heer eres) eee LODG Ud ) ‘ % Real Estate u
y i ic) - 3.8.§1—t.f.n. ender, Judith jlevne, lyde
covert 38 Sie Rs tea Gaitakell Rejects | by Sir Donald Bradman 11/-. CLYPLYNNE—Garden Gap, Worthing, . Archer, Elizabeth Archer, Master | Wil- actos, tena a Sate ae }| \ THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY three bedrogma. fully furnished, Phone Wage Rises ae Archer, Rose Manuel, Bpgaeeres SUNDAY 9th SFOTEMBEY. 1951 Before Buying or Selling I Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets \
—4304. , e o : SS {
CHE. MIRRORS: —_ Thomas, Angela — Thomas, ella at 112 Upper Roebuck Street in & 2 " YM =
te ie bit sity Sasellthed Diet eset. en BLACKPOOL, Engisnd, 4 Spiers. cr ay Gien memory of the late Bro. Leroy % en eee | : —————————— —— er
ge % . Spiers, Mary obson, ’ mI * = - — ‘
jos 20 ‘i or pe oeraes Eos Chancellor of se” Eemceatias Johnson, mate ig me ak % Worrell. Mambers @& Windred % Pays to see [| BOCES PDD DISSEDD OSS VO SSOP ODED POPOV ¥
* . 7 s Stanford, Riat Lee, Dav . Ys 1%
Just opened by “New Bodemn Gat on Blue Waters Ter- itain’s| Senda, Lo seas a ni eal > Lodges and the general public ¥ e >
it on Blue Waters Ter-' Hugh Gaitskell shocked Britain’s| Chen, iris Chen, Masier Steve Chen, ¥ 4 %
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE New Modern pe. dont rive , Iris ae , R
race. us Sg ederm ‘trade unions today by rejecting| Judith Chen, Antheny Chen, ea are invited ¥ | % >
kiteh: lumbing, running water : ei Re Cyril Grazette, Arthur 1X
in all bedraoeas near to Rockley Beach|their claims for higher wages. In Goddard, Konick Thorne, Alfred Taylor A. and M. Hymn books will be 1% } 'Y . *
4 || |S" ene ab YS ahem AE some Council” Congress] "Oe" Ra rasan} 3 Win, BARBADOS) L(t. §
FURNITURE || gece seo casey, tere: Galton “appealed “for go ror venevo: Sresecocsmsoeoonceoues 8 :
beds, Washbowls, Lounge and diningjslow on wage increases and) 5... asoise, Yvonne Fritz, George ‘ a - i>
room, Tiled | shawer. Short or lon€} followed it up with these other Beis. ‘Master Francis Forbes, josephine PPC LOPE V8 oO
cs i lease. ng 4666 le perti points: Cost of living) Forbes, Bonacia, Magda Neuma \
AUCTION anon Sibi vontixies ce aie and the index | Anna Oetiie is gar rie fp des Attention! BLADON { g
n a os erez, ' ia ‘ \}
| We have been instructed by PERSONAL may be three points higher by the | ee a ee sero, Ada Cordero EDUCATION DEPT. le 9 there goes a
Ma Sena ASA. dee ert ony jyear’s end, Steps will be taken 10| argentina Cordero PRINCIPALS OF GOL Ro teen ee eee ‘
Poaniitire SR ——— : ; ; .
Household Effects at “Strath- The publie are hereby. warned against (reduce home consumption in an| For St. yiagemt 5 Keasonias ear obh LEGES/SCHOO:.8 Nf
A Vera Defreitas, @. il ¢
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TURPIN MAY VISIT B.G. AFTE ER FIGHT

Champion Trains But

Has Disclosed No Plans

NEW YORK,

Spotlig sht of the American boxing world is turned on
Randolph ‘turnin, world middleweight champion, now bus
or his return bout with “Sugar” Ray Robin-

New York on September 12

a 7 = But there is no news yet _ot
Pe any Plans by Turpin to visit his
e ] ‘ “ Brit ane be

* elatis vin British Guiana be
eeenson cre he returns to England He

t decide définitely whether

may not
a ; His to make a trip to the Colony
Gets Is until after the big fight.

~ C Aithough Tuinpin’s quiet and
« modest manner has made

County Aap iminense impression on Ameri
. n’, the betting on the fight 1s
still he vily in Robinson’s favour,

Sum, New York sports corres-

! lets app even to | tak
& it for sranted that Robinson
will wi the bout According to
all reports, Rebinsen is deter-
mined to win the fight and is

sparing no effort to get himse

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“Gee aLn SMITHSON trick in training.”

Jim Norris, the in ;
LONDON, Aug. 29 wo is, the fight promoter,
Gerald Smithson hits his first earning that Turpin has been
hundred f Leicestershire . the indulging in wild horseback ride
second wicket falls soon after... “10n@ the rocky mountain roads
skipper ¢€ rles Palmer goes out near his training camp and has
to join him and presents a een searching for a fast motor-
b ng Smithson with his county CYCle, has issued safety-first
c ‘rowd and players cheer, ©'ders. He has told Turpin that
Smithson promptly handed it to !e must stay off horses and
the umpire He never wears a 'oter-cycles, must wear a gum
cap... hield and headgear during Spar-
Leicester had been set (with ving practice, and~ must bandage
rain interruptic ns ) 155 minutes to h's hands properly Turpin has
get 168 to beat Kent The <%- agreed to all except the headgear

year-old Smithson and Tompkin I have never uced he
hit 160 in 80 minutes mn evr in my life,” he said. “t lik

Gerald Smithson was a te slip punches to the head

member of the 1948 M.C.C. i fraction of an inch. When x
site to the West Indies.—L.F.S, wear « headgear you don't feel

& punch nearly as much and y



fet csreless. Furthermore, xet-

7 rv ° ting hit daily keeps my skir

Four WwW. Indies tough. I shall continue to work
without g headgear. That’s final

Players In

Style

Commonwealth XT Oro! Bebinsen’s sparring

partners is imitating Turpin’s
KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Style in practice bouts with

Surrey ‘Sugar” Ray. He boxes out

Four West Indian cricketers, @ ¢rouch and throws punches
members of the Commonweaith 0M a squatting position, bring-
XI, acquitted themselves well in ing his head up fast, much as



atch against an all-England XI Turpin did when he beat Robin-
as part of the Kingston Sen. Robinson has decided
Festival. Some of the proceeds Use the bolo punch — a long,
from thi rame Will be aevotea looping swing to the ribs
to the relief fund which the Sur- against Turpin,
rey town is vollecting tor King- But Robinson is making
ston, Jamaica _. hard-and-fast predictions about
Ramadhin, bowling with a stit! the outcome of the fight.

breeze behind him, kept every- ooes no further
body gue z and took three qon’t expect
wickets in England’s first innings. often, ~

Headley and Weekes each took a
catch, to give a first-class contri-
bution from the West Indies to the
Commonwealth score-board




more than the next fighter,”

Three star West Indian batsmen into the fight game, I figured

appeared early in the Common- W4s gSolg to be beaten. I don’t



wealth innings, and although know anybody who wing them
Headley was out 1.b.w, for 20, a all.

partnership between Worrell and “Turpin beat me. I’m noi |
Weekes put on 97 without any making any alibis. He beat me
difficulty at all. They made no clean and he beat me fair. He's
mistake at all, until Worrell, who » strong young boy with a real
had knocked up 52 in an inere- punch, He sure is'the best I aaw
dibly hort time, Was bowled. jn Europe. And he was the best
Weekes W 67, not out, at close may in the ring at Earl’s Court

of play.—B.U.P. that night.” —B.U.P,





Practice Match Soccer Results
Thursday At Bay LONDON, Sept. 4

Following are results of soccer
THE first and only practice games played Monday in the U.K.

match in preparation for the English League:
cricket tour to British Guiana this Division J,



\ Bolton Wanderers 3, 1S=
month opens on Thursday at the brough 1 Bornlay 1, ioteenken

Bay instecd of at Kensington. Hotspurs 1, (tie). Stoke City
Heavy rainfall during the week Fulham 1, (tie) :
has left Kensington in a bad con- pjipision il,

dition for cricket so soon. Coventry City 2 Rotherham

The days of the match ire United 1. Leicester City 3, South-
Thursday, Sunday and the fol- ampton 0. Queen's Park Ranger:
lowing Thursday 2 Blac aes Rovers 1. Sheffield

The Island Team will play the Wednesday , Birmingham City
Rest (tie)
Division II, (Southern)



Bristol Rovers 4, Crystal Palace

WALTHAM FOR U.S. 0. Shrewsbury Town bh, Walsall 2.

Division III. (Northern)

Teddy Waltham, secretary of Crewe Alexandra 0, Bradford
the Boxing Board of Control, has City 1. Halifax Town 0, Accring-
gone to America for the Randolph ton Stanley 4. Hartlepools United
rurpin-Ray Robinson, world | Gateshead 0. Stockport County

middle-wei
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CHAMPION

But Rebinson will have his
work -cut out if Turpin handle

himself in » ring as well as h«
h $s done during training B rne\
F former welterweigh

my n. +} aid that: Turni

i him of Mickey Walker,
inothe; fermer world middle-
weieht title-holder

Turpin hag asked for on!

one thing since we got to camp,”
aid his manager, George Middie-

on Ho asked that we get the
tcuchest sparring partners pos-
sil Ae He is supremely conficden*
of retaining the title, but will



RANDOLPH TURPIN,
the Catskill Mountains,



looked like yiartiny easy meat for the red-capped goal-getters,
Snappers won the game three

goal-getting

Bonitas who in the

ar to eave ane The oo score Albert Weatherhead and the ie er
ashed into the nets
After this Swordfish went or

offensive and Nesta Portille

y
»
f which he turned into beautiful eee
‘i
Geoffrey Fo ster and Nes sta Portillo

Flying Fish
He Snappers immediately
than saying: “

to be beaten again their men in the

centre-forward

opposing area
, ed hard throughout the
Eng- ©ommented, “but Pll write this
fica ieacatl tit for 190, lown right here: When I went

“IT don’t like to be beaten any
Hazell,

and was ready
defend depending on the occasion

score m close Coni
cored from close , M. Kon

Snappers players was brought out
of the water
the teams were

t Fish nearly got

Kanes Club there will
special meeting of the Barbado
went out of play,

half Snappers



brought the Snappers playe:

Flying Fish



against Swordfish who are running

game had several

U's boxine chiets-the uthport 0, Glasgow Cup semi- Portillo scored goal number two.
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aN TRAINING | te ams which are due to leave for

Trinidad September 13.

ih, | Tonight at 8.30 o’clock there will
=| |be two practice matches in pre-
= °@ | paration for the Trinidad tour z

the Aquatie Club.

Floodiight




ames are asked to give

(he teams are

Chandler

ind P. Fitzpatrick

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Pelice Courts and Court of
Original Jurisdiction —
10.00 a.m.

Inauiry into death of Keith
Blackett and Edwin How-
ell at District “C” Police
Station — 10,00 a.m,

Crexet Practice Match be-
tween Island team and
Rest at the Bay—1.30 p.m.

Quarterly General Mapting
of the Chamber of Com-
merce at Bovell & Skeete
Building—2.09 p.m.



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SINEMAS :
GLOBE ‘The Great Caruso''—
5 & ofS » m
EMPIRE ‘Father's Little Divi-
dend” AAS & 8.40 p.m.
| PLAZA (Bridgetown): “In Lul-
| laby of Broadway’—445 and
30 p.m
| PLAZA (Oistins) ‘Broadway’
| and "Pad Man of the Border’
5 & 8.40 p.m.
OLYMPIC; “Boomtown” & “For
Me and My Gal'—t.50 & 8.15
j 1 p.m
| ROXY: “Black Magic” & “Black
in strict training at Grossingers’s Hotel, in } Book 4.30 & 8.15 p.m
near Fernandale, New York, for his return | ROYAL: “Exposed” and “Stip-
world title contest with Sugar Ray Robinson, relaxes during training || nee tose’ cnt . cies oon
a little riding in the Hotel grounds. An aircraft hangar | Sale’"—5 and 8.30 p.m.
been pariverted for tho champion at the hotel's airport. | GAIETY: “Desperate” & George
Express. hite’s Scandals’’—8.30 p.m.





ad Def eat YESTERDAY’S

WEATHER REPORT

= Fish 3-0 |] setae.

THE mighty Sapper s entered the water at the Aquatic OF,
G ceo yeste nday art rno¢

date: 3.59 ins,
Highest Temperature: 83.0
1 full team to face the white- Lowest Temperature: 71.5
w vho playing with one man short due oF.
an inexperienced player, Wind Velocity: 4 Miles per

hour,
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.901,

goals to nil but a fine defence (3 pm.) 29.844,
ame by Flying F ish put any idea of Snappers going on a

heads early in
K sen Ince scored all three goals for Snappers.

Pieseigpiaaansisssisliienicemsaii:
the game,

rivals, Owen Johnson was
several opportunities, two

one was well saved

to save, The game ende:

games will be played by
it and members attending

| sixpence for the Water Polo fund.

Ladies Team “A”. B. Hunte, M.
Knight, A. Sutherland, D. Johnson,
1 J. MacKinnon, R. Vidmer and P.

| Ladies Team “B”, A. Eckstein, F.
| Carm chael, D. Warren, J. Gale, M.
| Taylor, P. Pitcher, and J. Chandler.
Ext>es. Jeniee Chandler, J. Hill

| Mens Team “A’, A. Weather-











head, B. Patterson, C. Evelyn, G. |

Foster, N. Portillo, K. Ince, D.
Bannister

Mens Team “B”. H. Portillo, T
Yearwood,'G. McLean, F. Man-

ning, H..Weatherhead, B. Mann ing |

and Geoffrey Jordan.

Extras. Trevor Yearwood, O |

Johnson and A. Taylor

Rugby Results

LONDON, Sept. 4



Results of the Rugby League |

games played Monday in the Unit-
ed Kingdom follow:

League Match: Leeds 17, Batley |
10. Lancashire Cup first round}

second leg, Workington Town 20
Warrington 3. (Warrington elim-

inated on the aggregate score of

two games.) Yorkshire Cup first

round, second leg, Halifax 9,|
Dewsbury 3. (Dewsbury elimin-

ated) Huddersfield 25, Hull

Kingston Rovers 5. (Hull elimin- |

f |

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I' VI. I IVMI (}a/iib Qallinq \ ..Iv Nfh—t. -v>T.|.t..V %  %  Lady Amnrtrii i I : Ht of Mrs % %  m Montaerrat Civil Servant M 1 %  %  %  %  if Tropti.tl A' %  th* Lad\ \rlv,ii G. C. W Fir.t Visit P AYING his Bl %  %  %  %  |K *<>' lit*" l.*dH NrUmi %  %  After 48 Yean M EMPTAOI < %  KM Lady fHaaaa ingand la at'\ing with M : Back From U.S. I> ETURNINQ Iron, 1 I) I %  %  %  %  I %  %  I To Take Up Appointment \ %  ', %  Retired Banker M i • I'orlMidu to H %  i • ; %  Attended Summer Clinics D i An. A In tin I .All. \i-|son ..ik. Th. 4lh. :, Now V..ik Dl Icotl i -i GraduBad Weather vl > A.itiKU. A FTER Mi. W D. 11 I I %  i %  Lad] N I— M. Hi %  Hb 11 i %  %  trier. Shipping Manager M il. FRANK CLERK, Shipptn* .. %  ganta for i... %  %  4 h invars, arS -KI.II i • t;:c N.S. OalawMt. %  %  -K %  viatUag U %  i-ir-lof tinTrinuiiul i %  in connection with iha transhipment t perirgo lor Trin'd iiom U s.s OataV e* vr it. DM SS (iinymrdn. the tag Iha ship HI rjartraai .vhich w;s towtil III here some i v •>,< %  B 8Fort ffaanav in ml Assistant Master A FTER spending part of his %  fttiral. Mr. O II. Wiltslm. S iv Srhool, %  %  %  i..ii> Naiaam Air and Sea L r.S-A. on by B.W.I.A. via il David Uladen. : %  • \ • %  i BtodM M Road. IM to raaida wltti to* • Long Island. An-on* las) p4.-.*Mmr.s |a>gvwg Sunday by the ccioMtaif an hoUcbq wan Mi < N Wnkr ol %  Man rd For Macdonald M R KEN RICK H. < THORNE. %  Mr. Luther Thome ol KUtad Beaool and Mr., i rnoni tin|>as*engrr* !. ivaM aa Monday evening hy !, W.I.A. for Trinidad en mute ks it the U.S. In Canada he j v\ ill inter Macdonald College H read for hit B.Sc. (Agt.l and later Agr.) An old Lodge boy, he was formi i ]y on the alan* of the Goveroi icnl Laboratory and la u recent .u'luiite of Trtmdad'a Imperial C Urge of Tropical Agriculture Grenada Short* M i: M Mirlcc Oacar St. John, W. Junior Maater of the ('•icnada Boys' Sem School ..nd aon of Mr. Edward St. John. V'-reman of "The Weal Indian" : i wipaper. and Mr* St John, ha* i ean awarded a three-year Scii scholarship Frier In ireen. violet and black striped taffeta with a geM thread. The fringed gflaa baa an added colour note of eartae. Some of The Top Ten's Top Numbers t.i-tao,,,' CMn, II el am u< AniniV. U on^ni The Wean u it u r., Ne-i AswUgV, %  in Th* Ntwt. IS p n> inlfflae*. • .i i> llsr TM> t Hi %  %  M !" ftm rMw II: p m At Iha Opvra. • p m. K.i aa it** K-TI a is p m Tho Brm.h MuKiir a • '. aa* | \\ %  „. .Ml 1-1% Ta *>> %  %  1 p m Th N> 7 10 p m ,sw An.ly.l.. T || ,. M fullltia the Wm liM)H. 1 U p in G<-nn.lly tpMling. n p HI HMlit N-ur-l. I IS l nt %  (•fn.ii. Antumant. 8U p i InWrlmla. r U p m nrMl 'o-i.lil. JO p m tfvtodv Mi.Oil-. V 41 p in aiBMinvnl of Arrouni. 10 p m The N>wa. 10 10 pro. %  iv Pf.pl. *> • P n. MM Wf* Talh mi uniMiiiis B\ THE WAY Hy Beachcomber T HBRJt la aog i %  HI. mpurcd n J %  promised %  bean (on area, pgav e rd it I "if the inns %  rtad il the work has fore%  rail prtpar/mli ill COI i! is too late to %  'iitng b-.it anpl) the In dealini lime-lag which is an o-naenllal I [-term ptanntng The %  .%  t contin%  Aet Ihej I i %  l • %  Ih-*trutlir>< I mdmtrmiilmm*$i A -Home OOfo %  % % %  %  %  %  trunwi %  %  In .1. leeH %  %  I %  oad i %  'and them." sfdd h lC f gg for -inni I Dug* A : ear b> %  if the gets hi<. false The maueless horse of C'iipp*'tilwni is given a wig. all will be ready for a naUottal Aiumal Weak drive. \ Having Crrrmuny S IX thousand and furt% u< mban of. .in International Youth H.illv, awHctag ntghl and day, have built a life-size model, in cardboard niid felt, of too Victoria Coach Station. Inter* plaining, to yOUthg who carried out orders, ii; IDI a, wh.d they wenMUtd \ Pettuunbuco dak Art, uneanylng! suit gleamed gold studs. Another smart Hortnell touch were the envelope pockets on I green suit worn with a dirk brown satin blouse and a swagger coal with beaver collar and CtlAV The lapels of the suit were rtgglgimi DO similar envelope style 01* buttoned down. (luuBliatatl} A third coat by this was a loose off-v. black astrakhan lining and eottai and a huge astrakhan muff A boy's cap in off-white with i tall black feather provided a saucy accent. In countries where the winter is not as cold as in England fur linings m coits would M ireeJ le needed but fur ciif and muffs would give the new corny look. Cocktail Frock* "Darling" of Pet.-r flus.-II' cillectlon wos a lewel-hrlghl fullskirted taffeta frock, striped in green, violet and bla< vith Rupert and the Sorcerer—17 s %  %  %  he [oasi oi h • >.ippe* l<* teller rtiutu tht WOT' he ihmkt. It ht fm*l Out *lic:e I -IM rivmd. Thtn ht itept sMnaari "Ana it i nag at htm aear i whan I *m. ho* jn hrga boukWt tre fimr ladt bitch I ei btck to Vjiwood ? r.. ni lo*ki"i vn iiionithtd. All • %  n BOMIM) %  IRAYON SATINS |CREPE IT m 1.04 %  CHECK \OILK _ar Q us For (i ii, U*iat( • uiiat nutnN a antkv iji in Ont ul cir Impi ill • %  Kl In tnc I'lirlMin.-n %  i oin..-.', JU IHgUtHI Ki •I M i.i *.i „1 ..ip-rlur i1 H,oe.-M.-PO in. %  • arowui it* .BBR i AOUIIM iin 11*11... ISI : MnAiO met. urifl i Li oiu > oat >* %  in .II ii.. smt II t utiiterate 111 •I IS Dowa n-Tio in 4 10 Mr. i rts.ii m %.. %  • Plmot rett* v 101 il Won* at ..i. i fioV'oir.v.i 1 %  "" !" 1 axiaiij' *'an'' -'(..'% axoiTH %  X io rit ii*,..* i Saoit"*nu< i Mootr 5 Stitt uM •. "• %  ;, rt laai.i. ii p.ih-r i, '0O7W'>M',*,V',*,',r>'//.V*-/ g 4d fhieod. Spotlight was %  the Mnga 1N&" at t ctra eolo I reuse. (Illustrated |. Ulgby Morton show,,) ., 4r*ty and Mack brocaile fr.x l, wit straight skirt and loose black %  hiff-m panels plaatad from shouldr to hem on either side and caught into u wide jewelled U-lt With it was worn a tii hal. K\eiiiii>' 'iouns .'.ween trte parted cuilalna of iha salon, road) for bet has been with Norman Hartn-!l for 15 .. nunneuuln. made sinking appearance in a glamorous black net frock ootts t with gtiid coin spots. Ii had long "leaves and a deep flounce on the hem and was worn with a large 'ate-likc black hat. A versatile thrcc-piec by llartnell consisted of a gold lame 'louse with a draped square ne. kHMt worn with .i ,hon garad black velvet skirt and i look-, slim gold lame skirt. I\ntli 'ilarlv lovely was a fineK tuek• liillib0| On kflop winy flowen eUmbing t and crinoline .i gown upprnpriatelv %  irdi'M wall." Si v.i huwed iule and mi iridescent clip. "Cherchai la femme" seemed the right title as the mm nequii. Il.iit.i.a dcalen, gazed out mvsten.uislv from behind Iha veil A aWgnlocent llartnell hat *anf bluaigrey ba a ver with a black under-bum and -i two-4sam Ki" satin binding oil round the wide hrun. Rielarj Cvhn Patricia Meflfia JsUptlClHtil aunt* k? 6—igt Srwi i ^^h mm swu SMMMIt t* f .UW-IM 0004 %  ^..IMSIUffl BIG OPENING FRIDAY 7th Sept, EMPIRE Two Hosgagf rfto! will Pin You to your Sean. 0M KELLY Judv GARLAND AQ" ATM 4'LITH <'l!VEMi% (Membe;s Only] MATINEE: TO-DAY .it .'• p.m. TO-NIOHT and TO-MOKKOW NIGHT at S30 CLAUDrrrTE COLBERT — ROBERT YOt'NC. GEORGE BRENT in "BRIDE FOR SALE" SHE'D LOVE TO SAY "YES" TO A MAN WITH A MILLION Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. GLOBE THEATRE Tll-IIAV J A HIS I'M. n4 DAILY More great love songs from Sfiario Lanza, who thrilled the nation with"BeMyLove"! DtTg S-K.N OI'NSgT SOILI\ll % %  4. M 4 BT0WN BT"aa_zmdt>% DIAL 2310 WOMAN ON rirk n Tan M-UT Don. Cent DAY SKI-SON IN LULLABYOF BROADWAY CJIX*B V\ TWHNICOtUR B 1 BAgALU %  01) l>i: wLPK l ..ih.-m -III 1 VI IO mi>l:ii -ll' no— ol MINI! >um 1 IIFlgSM. aol NO 1 1" i -i.ni.yi4i ii. I a sas svaa St I'AtlNKY • SJM roHORiiun BMmi PLUAS aaoAUWAVOeorgt iufic.il Cuiir i -BAD MSN or tar HOROIJI I.\II;TV THE GARDEN — ST. JAME9 TO-D4V a TOMOROOW tM P.M %  ncoKor MHITI s sc NDU>' Joan DAVIS Jack HA1*Y a nr.rHnii Strv-r DHODIE S-t SSO %  n. Pitta* ionl.1 HUKO O* 1 %  and B *, |i n l"VMl USAIi ^ i 1 1 I.FAVP TIIFM II %  J....... a 1 \l I.MIM. IMIYIM Millon BrrlK aoi sntr 'Hti.vrt.ii Ji.hrm. Mar* noi.O i %  row John Warn* Bttoaaa aai •<>< 1 HI O I BUR tli BtUUWM l '."' M " fh-il.f CIIAN 1 %  "" as P rn TNK.I.SBMAN| |„h,, W.rnIn ; %  hfaj 'Pin \no\ Bt..t. i pi me -\YUE\ O.XI.Y THE HKST win itoPimples Go Cause Killed la 3 Days 35 .„, Nlst dlacovery thai Mil* strnia ami |>*r""<••• >'D tht akin thai ..ill.l'iri plr. Ilolla. 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WEBNBSDA1 Mrtl Mill II V ISSI lt.\RHMH-~ UW0CA1E I'AGI IHKII. Public Service Commission Bill Passed St. Michael's Vestry Welcomes New Dean Will Be A -Mainly Ad vison Bodv ARTIES HEADLINE Uve Council \ci!-*rdav parsed without deban %  .1 Bill fa provide foi %  .. Public Service COmmlMlon and mat ters incidental tin Moving the second reading of the Bill, the Hon'ble Colonial SiiejfVUr* said : Students of English Hi :ory „ -.,„ Ordinance, although there nave portant depart M r m from %  I propow 10 eomGladstone's Aral M "iw of the NC%  1 o( ihe old 1 Bill — nppcintm 1 .ge to the Seenoii 3 (J, ad HomK'n I Service and 1 ft tary of rudder* that a small c mml Ion. took ..->t in lat> Vld ri:1 l n lim,n !" **<> membein I^KI end lad. llw^JwiHimpw ^ lha like the other <;i dstonmn reI tW kC" M.. Dean Promises To Do His Best toff Ml MEMBERS UM SI MI %  <•'!> warm welcome a' their meet*, .v [• M Aral appearance at lha • thai I rant lo %  church %  Council, the Tnmda. mod. 1. arbich baa a Cbsd/anaii and not more than three othei I 'i %  UMM alMwhaii I man is .-> senior officer <,i ih OovatnakaM service, but the eased for hi> being an outstanding and respected person from outside il.Shortly after the end of these.|Ser\'iee, and this reeommonda Ilon has been adopted. Much, of State tor the Col-rues issued a courie< wn l depend on the colibtoad statement of polio m ,,rr of the gentleman who is which -Inter nlla". he advocated 5e lected as Chairman Inry UueaUon oa and so on, nd natural part of the existence. Broader Basis the establishment of Pu vice Commissions in the Colonies for the pui %  Oc advice on lha -selectlot. polntmcnt of local rand Governnn n :it. He to ballet 1 1 <>n a/ere nr,t carrying out my opbnon, imperative that at least one of the members of the Ion should be arall — %  and the best trad:' n of tho Bi provide:* bei shall he %  1 the time of his fsrst appoinlnicnt either a public of* tteen '"''" %  "the prevKMl live years. Provi. but becuusc he recoi n has been I M foi lha msen lha %  n Sl ., Vl ,.,. .,, %  1 Kingdom nearly ,. nunmembers--hut not as I 1 died rears ago. for mal f ltu Commission, this rtaiure, t" !• deal t with on a broader basis. ,,. rJetu Mimbm hold gj The se.-iet.ny ol State realised al the outset that the range of ... 1|( office runetloru to bi Satake Co LU-It li tht composition mu tthat the Secretarv in peal the light or should 1* the AsM tarn Colonial local clrci the Set Hartal a bo model for one territory would not ,. i., necessarily sod another Thus in work. > a> some Commissions srhkrh neve bean set up elsewhere, the com%  .,,,, there position was in the li 1 h.-en suhstnn.1 gg confined to nffieinl* and Hie hatefr .. the Sinusp.no n %  Corr were preMr. Clifford Skinner. J.l\ THE death occurred ai St Lucy, yasterday of Mr. Clifford Skinner formerly'member ot the Vestiy of that parish and ulantatlon owner Mr Skinner was one of the old school of plantation owners who maintained the friendliest relations with those who worked around him. He was a successful plantar and aiaa known throughout the isl mil. Hi ad during the years not .1 shujla : .niatnent or impoitant flxtore took p| out hi* heing among the spectators. He was highly respe. v parish and was %  nnr.ii.ei el HM S' Uan \\ ' saw years until advanced years litniie,! big He also served as Sheti IT f'ir the parish at the General Elertlons for many years, and was %  ... %  area. b> reason of his length of service In private life he wai kind, and the number of his friends drawn from tvary walk of life was testimony to th# character he bore He was married and had one son Mr. Luton Skinner. Managei of the molassei sfo* ,• of Mi tiona Ltd.. Hav s -< idow, his son and other • %  ormwtne rataUaaa daBp pn'hv will l>e extended. L.C.W .1.1 odeNMclfl Hold Mtfling To Raiae Puodfl mj privilege to be ; Ututlon and 11,.i I Deaa Irasa tht . "hough he folios II a moat eginnmg towards the oreanisaHon of a L'nliied Ctdrfvan Service, as recommended in the ill-. It g on %  %  sirablq, quite anothsu how it should Inconatltu what should be its fund Then iplenty ol room torebvorgence of opinion on the dbtalla. I • %  hat mere should he agreement on the cswhlch are — UM deads also with di*~ The (ivtl Service Asso111 Barbados pressed for the IncIUM m of H %  fum ttong of inmiiwloo. and Section U gftag. follow the Thni.. %  oa ihi %  uhoTt. n Will lie not >n 9 (1 I '.'• appointments In the Governor's pngrer t" make although Section %  %  n ..... <%  Bents, ESCAPED CONVICT CAPTURED poa>T-iF-si v m S*ywell (inrdon, escaped convict hrem Carrara was captureo* at 1 pm today under a houe it t barventUIe. two mllas hrotn Portuf-Spain. where he %  woman's houeg to hen for foc>d. but was refused Hungrv. %  m ind unwashed. Gordon was very much at ease, at the dance. R HMMorn IN TMf i>\Risn of st Joaaph iuu and Prlian n K.M.I vfciah • 1 1 %  H l^ PrOstSaV MR 1 A Mat ro n i' of Oisln.T \ Enid Pai r. niiit] of \ i"! i%  %  K Aei on An, He fried hei tfg. • • i %  I one motif hard labour S tVMMt urns %  % %  iking on the Goodlarkl h niuu ephing smd; f> Ihank m Weather h. %  %  Gentleojen, 1 wan ;iu Vestry. Hii Vcstr> is .MI aiuienl instill han inaged the affairs ol UM IHIIINII ill.. 1. ntly and iffei •... \j hi mans 1 :,: "' f %  DtSaVaaaj 1,. 1 ,. ,1 .mi very anxious to ie.un and h follow 111 the fOOtSgan ..f im predecessors who have given their 11 thought foi lha good cork of the Vestry and for the I M "f trailing* 1 have really eoa 1 lha Ume I can a the lateeael ol lha pen ., 1. p m any w I can in UMJ altar lha affairof the human %  •Lidy .Nelson M Vrrives Here .1 arrived Ing ft >m %  %  %  Mead of one at Roseau pa 1 sport %  • %  %  \ %  left foi 1 I %  .. ugh wuu ami ahanaa while rt* No vuaion were allowi rHK get off until the n, near normal apun The %  irga her oarga urrd v %  Ughtan .ink aloneddt .hip in Itoseau aarbaur, 1 he Mid. A h .me with tnd when the Hi aara not] Hiiiiga •wn last alghl fio itnti-h Quiana la st Vincent Oranada and • 1 ABOUT THE BRITISH COLONIB8 The Mknortaace d aa aping in to snsaaanai r i/e* ,s SJO ,!.>ii(-; pnu -.11' I thenrsi I ucsdav in Manrh, |unc. September and nevsaagssr lo 111 ,1 The bat rnaaVand recognised aui wal sub anas tsayaaj the wide \rep hi.h I %  Lo4ti O'.; ( VThtn tk* Crfld' Vance OeTthpmmt 1'i 4/n*nH0sjgsa MaJnuf.'/ tk* ('. %  /.-•SHW fwpci// Gaaaalsi / VravnaprTi m ik. Wanning 11 the S I >r /-IJI THE %££&?. TIMES REVIEW 01 TI1F BRITISH ( OLONIES 1 gaaansa IWUK laataaiHg 14 agnsji rsi. 1 to lie tth .. t mat plaea their time and taanM I "f the inunitv. I shall do lime goes on. to take %  lrg. Km ANuikWillKi. Ill It'll... \. \! Muiilli IHIH I -or-SPAIN Anil .11 Mi Kenneth Vblacsi casting Ach Isei lo Ti mi I 1 '1 Oulai l*ited to leave foe i areond II 0 Thi. will be his '11-' offti lai rsaH lo tfte i-lnnd. li wa 1 it wattle t .ill h.ild dasvupnloiis with Colonial Dr 1 %  \v. mg Adviser of Jamaica. %  % %  the G '. ! No Deletion (1) that the Commiasion I (4) fei valla for tomTbe Cenlial Con l>e an impartial body, and; of trie Barbados Police and Plre {!) that it mnat inspire the Brigade A BBclatkM are dsgajoiii confidence of Uie public that thiv -ut>->riiOn "ho ' and of the Service as a deletl whole after kaerauon The Bill win • instances, and bearing Honournhlr Conned to-day i mind that the Police rOrce n baaed broadly on the Blnga pUnad nittee. category o! itu own and governed lovialons of a special Police Act, wa onabn • to their request U lit Whlthn Council agreed that the prinnple behind Ihe provision was sound but con%  %  %  %  lo, and vi^ I both Section 13 11) and (2) Executive Committee t'nk the i" nieinb're above the slightest Buapicion of partiality, decld.d to keep Ihe two suh-sections ..f tail in the Bill. I haw no other comments on the BUI in detail and I move that it be read a second time. from the Black Rod dug up the •' %  tfsrl 1 %  ;.'* !" .. r r"T"'!. "V" *•''"" I--'" • % %  • • • %  t !" *"" "" %  1 fa pfMUnl "o.k "t U v, •. H IS nOKXHIP M F. A M.anv-hllr I *l* f " Lf „"" %  Z'gZ&SS %  unOB "' 'he *lcnmshi|. C8 and tii. ly for stealing a tarpaulin fiom the Eaatwave % %  < i-paid foithu-.th and 111 default three month*" %  C| 1 Map'.-, and Hai 1 %  t wnarf ft %  si NilM quolihj is alwous uniform BgKI IM torn i;n Imuin. I aah Ml UM II..I rtvsfcrear) mi lt. l null) | ol latp ri sai n i aaad sfaaMtmb ass r\. <\ on. M IM un.roiii f[ lu • %  s.iisat lag panghnj tMbJagl KLIM add\ *br1tfeNisnl Is CShg d..htt KLIM 11 rasnM>ae lor infaat fgisf KLIMii %  ( %  is tfca tf(.\a\\ypntk*4 11KLIM ii sragocrg aadrr ilrtchiit saatrsl mo of walah presslon today 1 S rC.fi WFKilllM, %  Sept •1 1 1 . (ii innum i/f i'l-Kllie.' lot lav The riOl 1 weight of an egg in S mmreit IS ilian Killed In Idad Krfiilrrv Fin* A lire in UM pumphouelieved to hav n pump ...... %  ident Is bein? mvg I %  1 ypri iAt ihe fiiM dgn of t.lititv. luck raw ftsnnnOi one -fcr the oihrr A* I hey .li-sohr, ihcir antacid ingredient* are ..arrwd hy wasr grig •trsighi ro where they're needed in four •lomach. njbn -f'ci inssU need MM may ""' %  ". "* ya tarry a lew Krnn they're trapped *epistcly like swsets> in your pi-iet or lundhsg. If they don't Bring vou ir\tvt. k'< titrr v'.i your doctor, (rft KTI.I • *i *•< ihenusl fc. DIGESTIF ___ PENNIES CLOSIIIC FOB STOCK TAKING Wa be( to notify our customers tht w? ulll be oloaed for our mnnual ntoolt takinf Mondi.y and Tuday and Hedneeday. Sept. 3 tj Sept. 5. A. BARNES ft CO. LTD. LISTEN TO THIS IF VIM cAjm '•* %  I i aassJPIL # o.xyi t:n BEFBi. it i M in t HI \ 1. II iin i HI: ,v#iir III AICI AIII LR IS IIEIJ* VOI' overconuyour JuaisHg dilfli ullies Ue IVffJI ctmrl your hearing Ions and lil you with Hie exacl lype of llfcAKI.M. AMI Basal Mud H l.i wur individual need. ( OMI'I.I TI. WITH HATTKKifS and no heavier to enrrv lhan a ciKiirelle ffMgh (•iiirntperi hy Ihe Makers afrfsssl defect in m.innf.n lure. Tel and Ihnionsfrntion niiirie WlloMllll olilti;.il Ii .1 !.!"• for \ |i| I 'i





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NX l:.\KR.WM>K \DVO< \TE WF.M4ESDAY. s PTKMKI K BY CARL ANDERSON Mr MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY /( W-ATSTHE ~0 SET NO. OUT OP --09E IB'-CENTURY. Ci.OTA\u3 STOCE W.TJOL-T STAltTN' A e or 7 BLONDIt BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER ---ktC TMf OOMtBS COT THE COD iwr wet UP a* B*VBOL. *PE BSKNG OIT TO OUJK) UP IACY CP&X IN THIS PM?T C* Tt CDUHTC BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES r HE PHANTOM BY ALEX RAYMOND PENTALUX GLOSS FINISH PAINT FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE ^NTALUX GLOSS FINISH •'ui. rro"' SUPPLIED IN A WIDE & ATTRACTIVE RANGE OF COLOURS Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young li 24 tain u httdr —C*—— % %  imp"'blood. HlTVH li*iirT I* !— — %  — t — LMMM #. I-Oli"T •%  — Hi, .* —W| %  itf'riunu ft4 %  W-*1B nkiM >icour lo t*"-• n*t ft MrN AMI* Ml A* iiw'i % %  ' tea M*n pro4 bf tkouMnda in A"'" %  ltd liiUw.dMHbatad by che-t— *-*KBdr %  fOtrUtOT of aall. Vi-Tabs st*"" %  ""'•" <-.::::'x •X THE VEKY BEST !N PAINT %  %  AI.VAIII i: AT ALL I I MMM. ii Aitikii mi sroiu.s FOR THAT I PAIX I s.lN THE HECK SACROOL TflB WONDERFl'L MMM FOR Mm § On Sale at KNlfihTSDRMISTORLS ~IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW Tins VIM CLEANSER 24 2"i Tins CON. MILK Tins VIENNA SAUSAGES (4 oz.) 38 M Tins KOO PEARS Tins NESCAFE (4oz.) 91 M Tins LOBSTER USUALLY NOW 33 : 71 M 69 * D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Bl*H VUSU fO li-CIJ /lr# taiatory Hfttn Stake tome Harpic into the bowl kwfa owM^n flush. ItCd Marpu's* thorough action fleam, dMnfacu ind del hole em n*n wktre no tu\h • llarpic' is sate t>> IIW in all Imal"rics, including ihirse CfJBI .-Hid tit nyifc Unki. THE SAFI LAVATORY CLEANSER y^MALT VINEGAR | Try rVe V Its Brewed from Malted Barley NOW! Dental Science ReveaU HOOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO IS THE SAFE, EFFFCIIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream am" 1 >EE THAT YOU GETROSSE & LACKWELL f.fNUIHF MALI VINLGAR T. Geddi Can) Ltd M. (MOWM BY i-iiiiliuvK Far toathrr at vrvru ralanr— l( clean*. prescr\cs and how it DOthlm! All jour rciailcr for Propcrt's. QVER7"J Nothing el^c ll quite the MUM* W.u.h the difTercnce it nukes to vour shoes? PROPERrS %  H 41 I i R R .% >l Stamina, strength and appearance—all outstanding'* — soy MtHortstt and T r re Supphen thkt. fV W*l rubtvr ii Wider, Ibilcr irt..! %  QMgatt. man ihmkam |Hp — ro.i The iirprowd Allifc ItanJiooie hunrcwJ .h T "? d— idlh ptwM* pio>(*r nop* —mini *". "d m*k( rmj direction of >ornerin| nesdtrr *jd ihroufhoni ihe iht> jrow've ever i>ft't taiffcf life known INSIST ON GOOOTEA* ItWI 7(7 C


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\we\i-i.\N -i i'ii MUM: BARB Mill-. \|I\I>1 Ml F\H MM Council Pass Pioneer Industries Bill From pa** 1 %  The Few Paaata First. %  %  It prubi> 01 i apt) and pioneer Industry specified If) with affect from sum Kid that !.. -us might Ml short TM %  n.s in which to work mental .nied tt> knojv if the ntglifibM B :..rv emdd Is no lonitrr ine raw and n hiin on Ihc nwllrr Ihe 11 mi Me law < •Wiii.d "-..Trial? U it Ihc bill a Ul the Jamaica hill. Ii liaJtad m ivuti hut had paaaed. Now tl look U i the oi*lPOSTPONE RESOLUTIO \ TO/? C4ff PURCHASE AFTER i debate laatii one haai ml 73 mlnutei MI ,.i ii... A no tui thei than reporting tier, Mr. D. D. Garner (C) moved that prograei be repor te d and his motiun was carried by the majority vote of twelve to two, Mr. Adams. Leader of the House. In sevund.: ':.m. said that he did so in order to maki ther inquiries Mr. \*Mtm* ii.i aajd thai inthat lhe> would He u the i idei II ihc lo later In II lUtlblr r. C. Hn'MI M* DO any daUor Si.auo. Mr. Mm n I .* oral la that the M Oovei run had been mt Hero made at bxal tlrin* ol tnan $6.111111 what would lie DM price of %  m id doa suitable car. He pointed out thai "< ,, conditions had chaniied since Ihej TV,* !" t "•" %  *•> the figures and motor Mr. %  The addendum of the i %  pointed out the way how ported, Qoverrirnei • the Bfurea iiyinj an car which wa i enough and could be bougr Mr %  ay—i ( %  ) aald thit he wai i HM i in agreement wild the CJuvernoi hl havtaa ftecar, but the H ndertag whether any piontoM that the pn^enl (lovemmont M -in the Wcmtvof the """'>' wanlh I £7dSa£ uorTwould hi Sf* %  • ""' !,, ,, -non he Mid was water m A rait> lam 'he fiscal survey Is made In anc'Zz **•'<. w WA > | c „ : s „„.„, n ... ..,..,.i :v S Insulted thniMr. Arf.m. chupcr to lift the ttl U KM lituiiKntRl II,.,-. ti,,,,. St. An.ircvi was (Ohl mail III „,,„„,.,, ,.„ %  VM r.mlndirn him that what 111. |p ii,.-ll„„ 1, Ih. IW ... ,„ r,v, A %  • „„h, ..ul,l b, made until the tlK-nl .„,. would be neat. % %  %  %  , encouraging m %  'he Bntahed Mr. Hayaea said thai hli polnl Tr „. |t was ti HOO or .1 !• $78,000. the resolution should be same as lh> duead t* nie Hon*ble me Colonial Socre%  %  of mis Bill in t rrom Income l all".' hvo against from thr markets %  \y small "ild like to see ; "" !; ... woear supply h. r %  I. v thl — offerlni %  • been dri I (Bncoui ai i pi. --%  i. %  I ns which wire contained from the I felt that without then Had Roads Threaten St. Andre* Parish U in >v I,I rSON .it yeeterday'i n < %  uni '.,l.', %  ., di plot : .uns which 1 I.lion hie Colonial Secretary protnl thai lie wou d Traneporl end the B: %  • % %  I HOB hlr Mr HwalM i to the IlKiue a ndi .... Boll iimi will be k • t evci Ihri %  %  hapiH-ning. ll i • %  i ah thi In an < B • nave what can ii" K i hia.non aid l tn.nk thank % %  .. II-1 "bhl Mi me notice incU to-oa> ..i I . rteo on |hc situation III SI Andrew due to ttn >mthinc. The IV N dUraj w IT.KCI. nothuu: iiv the anndk Baa PM nmaj %  %  .. •Iwsfasacpa tuppl fORft'.'' MtCMITO TftKC BJQ2 .IZB I-i *i %0* SHERLOCK HOLMES SIIMUII vmnn > .... %  %  ...... • .! . Cllllllllt ll %  if the St. Alii:" to floods and land %  .: G who i % %  i rnmeni should lilt] "' < \vrullng the King %  i. in St. Simon*: %  n through the Vail i Carl from th.-utit v. t This he put %  I in trie even) %  I inp iriah uuuUi changed the resolution whi passed by the majority of the House, and In us much l it wai he tall thai the House should have the powei I don i II beei %  r 'hut . m in the fon 1 do BOt propose to i.nnmen". on the OHM which an i succinct!) i .. add that, whtli the K %  LI la eoni ,:!.:',:. ,, ,:, .;"„!;,v„„ -ss: c •l.,:„ from lh.it"*• Seion of th, ample ..f htm ,asv n || f or the divide and rule. "Down tliiough the .wars whenever the Colonial OlTVi h 8 %  Not only h. „„ „ |V Mt '\, HBl la'J I i" .ll|,|' I.. r ..H 1 .V. ... god Hon ntd %  %  %  hfa .. mud and water wnJ •,. % %  verj -iii'j''' • %  %  v. %  ,. 1 think it deplot %  ,, r mvone t.. live in Barbado in '' %  iteful ConeervatlTa iTitefeiti % %  led tins cotiotn f"i I . re change > to provide it To-day, when i about it i i %  %  i %  co us str/i l •aid % %  willing to do ,. i -,. ,| | He 11 ol trUi Mi n ti In ordoi hi i imq lh< ill Las) Fl .... ravoui % %  . . .,„. Ind up v .rj long, I ihit'tho %  onunistrotion in the nope that. Arimlnlati .1 MI MM I hi t *euld 'he occasion arise he will :. %  %  few months a| '";' ,' 'i L,'\ ., noi be complete!) unmindful i Ihe policies ..f in. Oovernniei %  1 Ii Hon'ble Mi Hutaon has ikon me altuaUc i % %  tei to ttn ] etiee of hunt m.ilil. MI i the awneral pubUi Itw lion Mr t Maodal iaeraewi :.a;d | Id I .iteful lO j he Hon'ble Mr Hutaon fot bring t.i lll> %  id I would nut1.1 •ere tiled i*.,, t-. clash with those Inten it Adam. ed notion—should b proper ouv ., without thr %  two Audi I %  : that matter Mr had which wa ... not thi n then. said that the (louse Mn'eover. It is an op l token reaolutlorl l li "" ,nr '"lasion of Hie list Hi i:ie, uon thi i iu pu tional v rials in the colon} opei %  %  'hi" : s-"lS bout in yi d that was when tnc Labour Party at thi pot %  WO • i "'' %  I Hon'ble M< H I—If they wanl -aid have Vj-yjfoj He told of ho I'le" men! ha not M 1 ii rw muiiit we ft, ^ ( development I %  tloahlr l)r. A. s. dale it was agree, i I • — — live thai __ ,_ •.. I he-'(af unless KMi of the lull t.. whh h i %  to know made by which the tern %  majority in the House. Tin M n It.%  i St. Government got ;. major. CftrsetWDi fahle that at th ~late in thl eciiistmitu | nt of tl %  i ... lot Of High.. %  %  m that ..uly two threi wool %  the Coum II to deal wlui a I.KOIUUOII for fun lha Director ol Hlghwaj i p d lionu .. bridge work in Andre* even i i i %  I. olutlon at thai llnv %  I %  %  I upon ns : 1 but I. I -" said th.it the I I ancd. < Iriiniii -rlain He said thai Govern the lower brai %  rltlng increases in thei eorr it of living %  ibber-etamp this saddling with tin pli ,. %  the Dritii rncfuurate with Ihe %  t and th He %  'I""' 1 l m c i' Colaaaal i oats i ..IT I.a I ,. tmenl with ti" uon oi the colom it tin .... %  %  state ocboth the '" a,1.. Ltd.— ObtaflwHtt. ,. i HM %  I \ Boaestron Ho had been to* outside U c nn ii IQ amend %  %  would throw out tin %  %  ; %  • u ll'bie \ i Oak bill wa %  "rulSS glad lo % %  ii IVrhaps aon might hi COUNCIL HOUSE %  %  %  I %  II <.<>• I.I (ji*ir in* sum or ISO00 it *I-JdlipoUl i,1 'ii,. ( % %  .'.. I,. itrr •.. -L-oplnncnl .-' Frl I. Curmii. --TV r*timl .. 31. ih*h form 1h chlllnolul.oru l< IBI ol Uw Oov'tt'ir M ran i I .pplr-mmli II. wloch linn Ih* • an lo pta* %  %  'If WhKl. -,.., that it was pas gsll laOtuhO an A. i w -WOIUM* l.ibhsh PHI %  1 %  %  4 Of th. %  who Is of tH.500. N.w .u*n*rat. York Clly itself With a ns a Stay ins fWld like this R*tM>ltilmn to pl.ii %  ',!-. "I ih* SUPOMI ol • M rrawfoni said that hi —!T.^i !" 'his resolutio%  • .hewn m UM st.ppi.M. i rlmlnal waste ol ,h Only last week, he said %  %  i Furnishing Fabrics by LIBERTY A new nd I <.f the mOSt rial. Th'Dank I tea of rruaUty see thl l"V< rj I to Ml. ASml.i'l Tli^ < %  %  I". Aii.i-Uilni.i.t. Nil 7 OrtSM I .!!• nlvinw f< II.*v m.'.rof a I i.r Or br . '.mi day ol Auiuil mi %  %  %  %  %  I.vifl rrtor. in I IBM—SI N., H Srhnlitl* I" 'oRaaotaS %  I amend Oi* old Ai. Thr llmiw p.-sa Iii Ih* prot*na, ol mil IS •"* : AH, ItU %  he l^boul IM-pail i %  ,. i t., ires Ii tea f a PublW S*rvc*. nialtvli liKid*nlal rt"f.d HM HSapSaatsal -'. Act. IBIS. jnn-1 In* 1 ii^"..ii*t.|ili Hmiih rilm.i Ad ISJ5 A Bolullon K. applovthana* bv maMlWs of a parrrl ol land mituaWd In parrel "I land ih* piupent .. M.< %  A H~l.itli.Ti Ii. % %  art '-!••> No puitfiry a*" I HII.K IKtl i ui*. in ATEH II. M in VII' h\H.iiis IHIII. SHHII:S v *,.>,*,*,*,.v*,*,*,*,0'..^v^^



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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1M1 RAIIIIADOS lliVimri CLASSIFIED ADS. JTSSSUCgSSKS Bad Road* Oar Purchase ————— s rssJSS "srssJBW?' -~*~ rlimiltn Resolution ££, are !" *ALK — —— o. . n P \l.l -HIV UD lo :u -M NH l^r 4 for ,. h M ,M Sw. %  JdiUtitfl .OKI T.rtr* l ftuHM UN u^. %  ef-T\• J. — MM KEAL ESTaTfc VOTUF St. Andrew Postponed DIM) AUTOMOTITE I i In .1. V t iiii,i D IS.'I at her if H u n *. Qiim VKUKI R<-.d Bi>* Hal.. II MkMti Mildred Rtidota Rrid Hrr f u i.ar*l J-.v in* above rrf On VpumMl tth ISM. H nn reii>nre RoS T t* Tnantry "it Mrfha*! Uy Yard* Hit (.-*r.t IMVM lh* above reaiaVnc* at M l> at tadav fur St Barnabas Cnurrh D*..*!*,.. Crlr. mil* and Ir.i V.rde Dapi-i.e St llm Anita Uorr> —J <;."ili' • King 'Ctldf*n llSI-ln .JIOCK HALX CT-AMTATION. I %  >* pad | %  %  | mWi am l" i Millm %  Ralph A _,_, "-U far th* */ood.n bt.il.im* uaaj a< .', ,, %  mo*-, -rfct .1 the •IMMIW I I %  F.t-ad—. •era***. M_a.,l "" %  Th t..ii.iifif ,< a twt CAB -On* sood candi r..i>'7. r.L h. affa. D out >** m auu^tof n tw* rood* Una at Military Road. B.-h iia.i. MWbaol Inapac U a., on application 1 .n*a %  i %  %  MM aloneii„. .at a lldla*; %  .. aaj t Hi SKBBI try Ci*ik St Andre* 4 t ll-JB Saloon lormern I Cr,ela*i Oarage M Apply to Hw 4 • •!—3f n*ur* M t— II rn nnhpr pa> Mfel .!> lo HVTOI04 TIIANKS litllll TH* • ". 111f.io.lls DM IhTOUgn %  ut return lhanki lu all IMH kiiHl Iriend* who ariit cabin. wr*alhi. kpn*r. card* of ro f wlOaan-t*, Of in ar> <• ay fiprrarl IhMr .•impalh. I. o„i MM brrrawi>,fi.t iruouafl tM death of Vvonn* Ovid* GOVEB.NME.M NOl'llES CAR-On* rhrjal*r Rn .1 Car In ftnl rtaa. ord*r .iu mnk* an MMtaM I T... Appif Harold Weal hrr r.rad t v Drvxr Uralh**h*od l.tmlird 4 I 51— t I a CAB On* VaLMbal! IB r|n„, p^l, lOMSaOaa, Uk, MW. rtvona Mil. |. H, Itinrh or <• Cjrtl Stoat* Public Official Sale To* P-....I ktaraaar. *rt IM4 .1t^i |m <*n Td*vl*r II.* lllh day <.l "Vpia* 'ia,p. |M1. at lh* hour l 1 ckxrk I i"' of* !" .,-,!, .ill b* *okl pi rn* unV | M IM hih**l IwMrr tor an* •urn B "'"*ar Hi* apairwad >il„* 1 All thai .•MB. I pir,, „l ta>id Out CAR—ImmadUl* d*Uv*rv cvcuodltioi foul ltrln-1 Nrai-al .-ff*t |l.nm Hrr Hiln fca w te n Coi1a*. Manor Card' 31" 3 II Tho uno>*>Un*d will oiror for *j|* pUUK .omprtlliun M IhMr Offlt*. IT Ilia. Hr*-a %  rldi.town. on KI((U M ,...,, ,-., b. i-.u-raitoJ.TII lani' coniainiag by •dmauum nBlt t,ajjf %  rMlb of lh* *.utr of nc Mar wjuarr npat or UiarhMbouta, Ntual* at %  '•'•'"'" d*c(pai*d' bi/> —>— M ali Chamtxn. and on the %  %  *V -BaTllU* Wh„h „t, I rjHMM %  Pin i ui -unpiv "TMiul labuur waste.1. Tfip Ml JpplH> k. ttMVT*! I hep*, thai if any work L • nt to bm dona ln si Andn-w a amount of tima to rarr* ,u; ' Rites of Commission far the latntt and Redemption of l*Tirrency Notes Section 1 (11 (b) of the Currency Aet. 1950 ATTENTION is drawn to the Defenca (Control of Drug and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1951. No. 15 which Will be published in the Omcial Garetlv of Monday. 3rd September. 1951. ISSUE— Sevan-six lean tha per centum. REDEMPTION— One-half JKT centum. And in addition the cpH of "> leleitnims itfal by the Board or by the Crown Agents in connection Ihi'U-with. L. SPENCE, Executive Commissioner, British Curlbbeufl Currency Board 1st September. 1951 3 9 51—2n Th* fu;iow ui*. i-jr in aaasaatn dllMn i DodS* dial,,., Sedan .Jii* •abac.liit*i< A-l. a,C0 m. Vt Mvv.in II hj. I .TOO 00. IS** || I.TflOUO. 1PM-47 HUluian I,MS pp. Frofoct TW ut Coir J. Co Ltd. I Piobyn SI OH* JO %  ^ imh AoaasM n*ii*%i;i*. si MSMUM In.prcUon b> >ppoi>un*>i with Mr. I. L Topptn. Mb Avenua. Dial IT3S Tor furthar partK-ulara and condition Of .al* apply lo — I'OTTLE, CATFOBD CO %  a I —" Mtn ixhaU Th utdc-iiinrfl will ufl*r for ulr at llman IpuMK compollthpn at Ihrir adjaa. No. Ford | 17 lllil, Hi fa H BrldKclown. on FrldaT. lav A thr Tth da. of S*f>Unibai. 1MI, al f .. P-nblK Moad, % %  >•*•• Road Brnl*t,.. i, tnartli*i ant: *. Dw.lliim It,,,-.. Utiildinga. A.'. . apprai*d lo FOt'l HKH'SAND SKillT IIUNIlhll) DO: l.Ah* IHMNI Allarh*,) (ton, A It Muaaaj A s al „. IKN or* A TTr-r* < %  ( W A John*.., >*pc**aad, tor ana toart %  .ti.fi.., *' ~U hu %  br paNl un d<> T HttADITY.* Provo.1 Mai-lai land* and by ELECTKICAL • snr, adm*aaur*] __ Hi'-....I, i.L. OBtri*ATO 0,v DC U*.K-.ali. '•Hrr NO Vona li, rVftorl Woe km audition PTICB roaaonabl* Apply t S Cav*. Small Hupc HI Join. aTONIT L'KE rtlRNITlTRK Ot larg* pa^ POULTKY m*nl (UI aquar* to< I khd th* oal-billldl on tha g*a. at llaauiuii. Chrlal Church, j i : M.I.I Royal U>ip*t-lu>" ai„ day *>c*pl *iiT*frf bttwacn tha hours of 11 noon and •' rot furlhar parMcuUn. and coadjUont : ,01 ml* applv to COTTLJi. CATFORD a. CO m %vi>i IIKI.P liOl'tf MAID With %  noa.lodg* o l km Appt. Tli* I'alni. CI,*-j.ilU. 4 t :• %  >r> I Th* und*raln*d will ( publlo rompatlllon at tl u. iinh !*,tr*ii. an th. I4tli day of S*pta Offlr*. No Pisaaj Ml. al a .IS Lh.v'K-. hi. Hraj rssnipamrm th* T1IE COTTAOfc 1WT SHOP, .landing ( M)jn qiiar* tort of land, adjoin! n ( llmbiido. Aquatic Club, tofrthrr i tl.. Uoodwill and Aa**t. M th* I n. .-arrl*d ,m undrr %  rad %  Daai i %  i s 51 > MIStKIXANKiH'S WadivTlVESTOCK M'ANICL I-i.nlnj Mm 'liomMfM PI'I'HIISFur abo\r M INSMCTION O*. Manna — da,. and mdaya. bHinn Uia '* and %  p m on appin-atioi TIM fiirthm paillcularv I ft -al*. aa-M to — COTTLJ:. CATFORD Co 31 S M lln AUCTION MISCELLANEOUS Gl*.. WaUr^oloun. Autosraph Shop, adjolnlnr Hold Jiwru. fln* Stlvat brly books, Mapa, at Gornr<|pa Antigua — Yacht Club. n... i tiaal rv. prica T T N FLIJ.KIklnda i",i: I HHl'siiLSNo, ahlpmeni. all l*r Bniahaa includinf latdi** ib*. n-nri nmtlacomba. Tooth Bn iM lM. Dantal flat* Hfuabaa, %  •, I*— Rruihaa. Balh ah-irfhu. Comb Cl*an*r. Manwur* Rruiha*. Powdet Uru.h*.. Floor Scn.ta, Til** Bowl Bruiha*. and many olhen H y CHEJRBMAN . CO LTD Mlddl %  treat, Dwtrtbabjri. Dial 1113 11 iiHMtonal Anil* e\ mitiucHon. r*cciv*d from IhtKina'a aolicllor 1 will Mil by pukluauction on WrdnvMay nut Sib 9pl*mb in 1 p m on th* apol at McClran Land, iMc II v It and B i II with kitrh*n tl-* aakl BHansins) lo UM r.ianof Dr. .-ill* Alberttn* Cart*r. deed D-ARCY A *COTT. Oovprnrnatit Aition**r. It SI -In M '•' %  :i '. I %  -.. ...t I h„ **" ,n i; isjcfan .mo .an assure thu c uncnl that Mr. Me not t x-aucrau-.t the -iiion in hht ivmarks. i am vtn ..,.„! „, |, 0-l nr %  n Ne oaaoiuai Rsssre tai y e w %  %  tin,i-.-iii..iL,,. thai ,. v ,., J ,i, in< which can Uit,.,,,, will L, done. 1 would like t, t btrvsa that ii is • f very great importan. j pmn-n. that laaTMl rtafiRHsj paaa i i ...i niulated and MM just to nn from place in pl.uv ,iiins 1 'II* bll of road. If w„ do not decide on u %  it-finite plan, we would be |ul tlirowmg awa v money ami time r is of grciitiM import U much of this work as ea, wn: be done immedtatcl thegaj are great prospects in the dining reaping season for anothei I. rge crop A.St Andrew .slays HKakV I am afraid there would be no crop, at nil in St. Andrew the m;i]"iilv of Cl fl u in-H'S-ibli' io tfi-t IMIU|hf factory ,ui ( i i %  in'* now. il wonl.i be nfwnpalle ly imposMhlt to i: .-t li M^eiown. I ho|xvnini-thlnR WOuU gone in the MI % ruMr future" %  lbs ii, -il n Of teachers i hej ^ ui i indji, Hl'icationHl fltandard 0 island. Mr Ujlratl il) -ant as long as -ixreed with the pnncipep of the lesulution wlien the mat a loken resolution >r time ago they POUafl Uaan KVepI th' sawtutton Me r.-li ih;t laaTJ iiouiii then atria; „ei> ; .ti mount of m me\ Involi ut on the principle of the raWH gflfaal %  0 Bnd ihe axpanai ( the Ear to tin. Qovai %  %  ': think thai the .-vt QovtBrrm r goinsj to t.>k ton I Mr. Garnet %  1 rogreas be lafaaT l atl SHIPPING NOTICES HARRlSOiN LLNE l.ITWMXIi FR4-M llll I Mini RISC.fMlM ^ I .. S a HOI Al; S SCI FiTOR" M rHiHMMAN London B imil ,\ 30th Aug M-h Sept early Sept Mid. Sept 1H)VF\\ \RD TOR THt I SITED KINGDOM IVsafl For Ci'oiva in %  trhfldn. • s STl DIN! ^s AfiVISER Liverpool i.,.:t.t-',: %  tth S?LI i n 1 liiinintjtitin ipplt to . DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Aft** Cunudtun Natinnal SteumshipH WAN'TCU IO in Iron haikuaadt Springs. OM> Coun-hn lr*t-m-> OIM*<* Mirror Pumn. (IIKRHDH, -*.. Machln*1 I itrr*t Dial apaa Ha4JB0UR LOG In Carlisle Bay IMl iSIVIOUi IORRT, W* >r* iiiitiurled by th* hiauran>* As*nt> lo aoll bv Annum thu vphitl* whlt-h haa b***> Oin-ased In an accident Sa>* al Couruny Oaiar* on Friday 7th SWpl at lpm JOHN M BIADON • Cn riaul.lv,, DR. Hth Roaaran*. S*n I ,,.-ul*> Marion Brll* Wolf*. M V Daorw. ...... i.. no,. UMMrT MAJOR' Con. II. k— .ii.M.iuttiy Kieid st* i n.inirw.nk From a tow pack** or I'MMBT MAJ..II voa can caraitruM Hwihn. Htoras*, FlsHiri-i Shvlvine. Troll*yi. Frunwa for L.bi UiiiMinm acaaotdlna and *.•'- llSSful aquipmom Available Prom Btock. I r MiraaoK SON a co LTD FOR nic.vr linlnum rhars* ussft Tl c*fi <-ifa SuHdapa H taorda — u* dr 1 %  mil a word •***—4 IMHK THE SILVER HAMMER4 HATTtl. ii"' %  i DtACONS BOAO On Wf3>NKriAY Ih* *1h n*pt*mb*i bv initruciion* r*c*lvad Iroan lh* Aal •nlnlaUalor of il— BkSato -(SWA !" %  id".*aa*di w* will sail b Aiartiso an th* .|M>I on* ChaMH Honaa wiib two Clablr Roort and ahedroof coA-errd Wllh Calvanla* Iron and cocrucalrd Iron polinv* atnndlrur on land* of Qoadla r Ml %  %  thr cntranr* to Deacon* Road faU* I o'clock Tarmi Caah BRANKEK. TROTMAN CO. 31 S Sl-4r UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I—1> Melaon. . tana M-I SEAWELL AUIVIK a. mi %  ram tllMdmd J tli4i.|h.>i J HaiMi-Hi. 1 i. apMna w V An, a*, A. R Alkali*. V All-yu.. D F n unaiias f M..ipjM h pli-*>. C Mampilivr. A II. A Huiidriway. H ftn.rh. I i. Snulli M l-l*i. I PW.ilft I.-IL.C. La .Kllid. I'"-. Ihirileh. Maao ttnni'f Fedarlea Ralyra Dawxi -111 wli .... 1 Hit Joaeph ..II W*dn H*ptomb*r P Bookcaw. Coflc* Tabkn Tabl*. II Dining Chain. 3 Tli Waafgon. Tea Troll*), Round Tip-Top Tatotoa. Pr. MorTla Chain, Wriiing Tabla. Tal*iiiiin. Tabl*. Hidrtloar*. UiMn PrMS, lirrvuns Tabl<— wUli nl* and Tripi* Mlrrora. Ciiaat of Drawett, Plat Ratli iln. Pr S )rl( le Beda wi.h Vono SuniiB. Carved Si ml* il.,1 Doubl* Red ALL THt ABOVE IN MAHOGANY. ] Upholstered Couches. E*c Mlnlad*n occaaion Table*,' Walnul Hdsboard. Bav*ral Paki lined CorUlna. %  ccellent eondtionv WeMinchouM rrids*. 'mall'. Stained Deal Wardrobe.. Pillow*. Cu*Blor.a and Rup. 3 Madarin* Cab., net*. Larder. Cane t'f'ialo Chan War* i upb.ird. (,,".i:f Hand Lara* Coled Tea So*. Chlr l*rt.on Ca<| Alum Ian.. MlSC Kltrh*-. UMn.il. Pi*aaura Cooker KnaJ-.an Tsbi*. •—.** %  peinf Filled Matlr**-*Clothr. Baikal, ilatrgn. Fir* •lin|Ui*h*ri. Large Plated S*IMM Tray. Plated Card Tray. Mite. Plated Silver, ftervanfa B*d and Msttreat, Garden Una*. Waterlnf Can. Galvanised Wash Tub. and many other aaaarlad ll*m> l.-thl Haf,*.M*i.l. AvalUbl* CAJUI ON FAU, OF MAMMF" AUCTIONEERS Jea-an M. Hifaeleaai ft €•. A F S. F V A Phone 464U Plantations Buildiui; i nlom action li desired in i with "i* aalSI*. pleas* communi. ate with my constituted attorney. Wiiulnd Kuia. Can* Vato. CttiUt Chuixh Caitskeii Rejects Wage Rises BLACKPOOL &iglaiKL September 4. Chancellor of the Exechequer Hugh Gaitskell shocked Brllain'ii trade uniontoday by rejectii their daima for higher wages a keynote address lo the annual Trade Union Council Congress here. Gaitskell appealed for slow on wage Iivcreases and' followed it up wilh these other F pertinent potnta: Cost of living ro.b*.. will continue to rise and the Index may be three pointhigher by the j .year's end. Steps will be taken I Jreduce home consumption in J Iattempt lo pay for Ihe .inniinv keep up the export pnuira •in.) hold clown inflation -U.P. Kidnevs Must Clean Out Adds Tour b'd|Henna out esce Af" 1 r noi-on.,ua sntaSas) In your blood %  T miiH.m tiny .-t'lt-aio. **??/ taibfl or flltera If P.,l>na as UiKl'i•> %  nr Bladder ma,kr voMTaaaBJarfrom lliltlna ITp Nlflils, \-Mu*fmf,l£* Pain.. Clr. I*T:nd*r BWM, nM ^ac fca. A'-Mna Jninta. A l"r. . Rsssilnsi W. Berlin Plan To Ht la Hate ...:itl-IN. Sept 4. West Berlin I ..i.ti-ioTniintui-' trade union inlay mapped a plan to seal oh* the bovtei run Berlin elevated system in retaltl IfU SnvieK Uloi-kiide tux" in. %  %  %  i ,v.' %  BfaJ Keilin. Informed mi e man Trade Unloi bluekfng entrancet g .,I.H Itattejaj in Wni lu-rli ii. which would prtrveni Wen BarthMn from using the elevated. ,ni,i to depriva the Soviet /one railway lystassn of an e^linialeil income or l .000,000 marks monthl) BOUT limes the income the East Gennan state will receive from the highway tax. moody street battles raffafj in West lleilin (wo ye, II ago when the East German Rail v. aUeinplid lu uriMk the >tnke of w.-.t Berlin employsjaa of tha Bovk • rua Itoa The Waataen Alliad High Commlsslon for Germ It a lequt'sl of Western Alli.d Berlin Mfat s ihi.ilnn Hi coiiiiiig Grave U>NIK>N. S'.n %  1,1 f/Jvlnfj % %  i lhal nlttiai ',i havt xeluslvt'ly io urban %  VV t'ltt'IHtlt CAN CHALLCNQEH I.AnY RODNEY >\ CON' imnvK %  APT NRlJaON • % %  o: I HI:IM .1. RaHai a..aaa.. . , 11 S*pt JU aapt 11 Rept M Sept i Oet 4 Oct IS Oat II Oct IS Oc* M Oet M Oet Arrrras Arrive. >•-• %  IbUsfas Meairral n a*pt • I On .-. Rffl :,.,, 1 MWr I ANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR-' is eXpex'ed to irnve a cut lha tlh Si'ptcinla'i. accepting cargo for St Lucia. St. John. .t..V l/ll.'l ft ,|1,1 M..I ';. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-A|enU. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BSM I Ml hh Se,.temlM' 1* no-Kooi' nb s-piemi.-. in %  .tu.iM. io ri i viiii m \s siriintM HM it M.I \n mi, *, p i in I ii vx II .1 tn *ii im IBM in IMI to numiimi AND H (1 -IIMIll Hi %  -,!. ... t.l I.M, III IMMIMII I'ABAMtBino AN1I H tl Sn l.n it h ihi II .1 let al tha ififaaal total "i i .i thai wBl lu he tlelneietl mulcr thl Argentjne ugreemenl has been ahippad l'.P. Diamond Rush Qa> iHtiirniwN Bapt -i A big diamond ilnd in Un < mum iiKt-i dlatrkH ni-'i liom Miiaarum and POUr ureas, according Ui leportt reach I v rajat u B M i Usgar} i'i oapai im ..nn BrlgHs ami a seven men made g Baal M Hi* at Kuiiiochi'.. in figld week-, .mil the slonei. are said to %  para favourable with Kiuu.• down of i Ml Kommandalurn to talb thl i i %  .tie BovHrti itarvatlon blockade womng the nei FRENCH LINE tie., tile.. Traniallanilqur KAIUNO TO ENGLAND a> FRANCE %  HaABCOaNaT ISnd Sepi5i. vu Si Luen, Ui riitriq iB) i luadelot Antigua "t niAlMnit.' 14th Octobet i'iM vii M rtuilqua aiuj SOIITH Htlt'NII %  I..1M 4K.NI %  iSih lap1951 i .illnift at lad, Biitish .ii I F'-enrh Cuiane Aeeeiilirn Cargo anal Mall K.M. JONES *f.. ltd. ACiEN'l S I'llin* JI14 ...aa,fl.i. %  •> rwiaia '.'.TSJSt.ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Day Choklsi. taapis*. wh*eilnt Fsnr pyii.m. tap your snarajy. nils rasr aaaitn and %  •>•" your mn In I BMnntaa MBNT>ACO -lh*. pr*scnptlon of a (tmoui doctor-elrcif la'-* throuah thbl^od. qulrkty c -Ith tie'dartara or.MptlM Oy Ma s Cyitta rtarta ssarkin* m tfcr-a hossn, %  AMI pr. ^4 aatlrrah. u.faaa..ry and • Taaj"nf SBIMnsa -ia? rrda. aaar I ful (leap. Jto dop mjlak. *"•! taatt MKNP* >>a entlr-Ty free from Asthma anl Bronchllla In next u> ao llm*. ••* (houfh yu may have auH>red for rear. MESPACO la an auri-aaafal thai It la (iHimiHil la glv* you 're*. stay breathingfa 14 hoars and ts laaapl n ely atop ynur Aatbma In I day* %  r tasnsy back oa return nr awipty your FURNTTURE AUCTION LOWER GREYS CRRIST i ura< %  HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new rruinBgcmcnt Daily and longterm rate* quoted on request Permanent guests wolc Dinner and Cocktail parties arranged. J. II BUCKLAND. Propriet.i GOOB NEWS!! onii:.vr.ti. SOI rvEWIfts 1MB. OartM. Jr*i. AnllilN... Ivury. SHI. *ir. Ma, El*. THA.M'S Win. Ilr>. -il :: DM 34G.I ( %  • A s mart THOUGHT FOR TODAY Oil* M„ t ... Wl Wot l.l) WELCOME THE OrTOBTVNiTI TO HI.I. sous OKIII-.KS ros 11 III ri: II \l> in ll. anil If AT* THE CEXtWAL turner of Broad A BJBMMMMBJ ludar Slreets :•,'.'.',,. .:%:',:;::;:;;> w ;::'. X Win. F06ARTY (BABBADOS] Ltd. I there oes a tvell di-i->s'l tlaii.' It's ti nc unquestioned dinity of ic. ArCTIOWEERS J*BM.re|.Bl*da c. A.r.s.. r.v.a. Phonr IHI PLANTATIONS 111 II IMS,. MIRAP PURF. ;,ni| HYGIEMI FOIL The Miracle Wrap thai save. FOOD. TIME and WORK MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE WITH CONGOLEUM HV can supplv yon with the following •ii. I S(riri:-I rds. sJTfs. .1 ydl. x gl'j ra*. 3 yda. X 3 yds. 3 yds x t, >!• 3 yda. x 4 FOB. BV llir VtKD <> feet uldr <; feK Wide I ft. wide 34 Ifathes wide U Ia>r lies wld* ALL AT REAHONABLK PRICE". I's a Visit TO-DAY and see Oar lane range at ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS ON DISPLAY First-Class Tailoring There's a wealth of experience behind our Tailoring Craftsmanship and also that Talent for Taking care Hf surf In order your next Suit from— A*k lor MIRAP ut voin § Grorrl-y and II.Huiir.J. 5 Slore. * BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD. 1 F OG A II TVS >THr: HOI St: FOR RAHCiAINH) Corner of Swan & Lucai Street. p '-r,v,*,v/.v,v,,v //.V///^/-%^^^V//AV*'///////'t*.V///yVVVV**-V.'-*,V, aV-<^V*^*.^^VVV**-V*V***^e-C*-*-^^*---^^^-*'* %  '-*-'-'-'.V----V.\


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1 II --II \\ SEPTEMBER I. 1>1
BARBADOS CRICKET TEAM SELECTED
Charlie Taylor Given
First Island Captainc)
..) Tavloi. Barbad and Pick'*
-,, lead the B
Thirteen players have been <
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harp lool .i,.p
cablegram re.
th;it omce tjuNi that
sihlv with men aboard,
MM adnfi ii.ti of four
I" nix mile* northwef* of Doml-
"ii j Th<- oaf ? mav be riangcr-
ru* to navigation .' the cablegram
. nl \l I rich ft:
Only 20 Minutes
In Some Hoiche*
JOEY MAXIM 1 rail M:. mUTa light heavyw-i,-;:i Wing champion. Kftowinf raucli of U. *Uckuea.
If IflM Of the i'. PfMMI Hill- i'> L. at Madi-on Square Oarden. New York. Keferer Baby Ooldmein .iwid#.i Mmni 10 loniidt. Murphy
three and two i-ven The two judges agreed at 10 M Maxim. Bve to Murphy M.'Xlm kept hia Utle with
romparativ eaaa, even if he did look tired and ring worn alter the hattlr. Ran Maxim in-lit) connect*
i to the iJW of Murphy In the Brut round of the title bout.
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Intermediate Games
CHAMPIOM
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Tnnldad *s propi
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Finaaog committee- ..( tha
Council following
ipproval in the i
Council.
OP THE toui Intermediate Crick wh'.ch b
ntlmwd on Saturday the only one that
UN. Aug
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Daniel 23, Mr. C illtndoi
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ptound iti"i iirst innlna
for the- l"- ket Kin

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Thursday nlglit.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Pallet 'ui
Original
10 00 *.m.
Heatgag ( the i i.i u^ .
( nUliill '.00 p ill.
Meeting Of the llou*e or
Visembit3.00 p.m.
Shocked By Electricity
Lion-1 Worn .. oi Quota Street,
Speightatpwn wai taken to the
Oeneral Hospital yeatardaj aftor
he was sevrrely shocked by elec-
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Worrell held on n .,
to a telephone polo which \..s
ii electru wlra.
From Madeira
Hand-made Children's
SUN SUITS
DRESSES
ROMPERS
Something dilferenl and really smarl
Prices $3.25. $:i..1. and |0.7J
$1.7.1. and $
CAVE SHEPHERD & (()., LTD.
10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Gums Bleed,
Teefh Loose!
Tap BaaketbaO
lull lo I our B'dOBi
II #;#: YHI AWAMB I.ASr
.xiuhi y
*ere >ou en>oyln that fwOel restful sleep
atf to food health?
YOI'IJ. SLBSP HKTTKII
on a
HYPNOS INTERIOR SPRING
MATTRESS
New shipment Juit received at
CENTRAL Elll>1Mil Jl
Cnr. of Broad a Tudor streeU.
SCARCE ITEMS ARE ONCE
AGAIN HERE-THE FAMOUS
Blue Willow
Ware
in Sets and Separate Pieces

SECURE YOURS EARLY AS
WE ONLY HAVE A LIMIT-
ED QUANTITY.
cFne^T hardware 3e[
Kickctt St.
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A new economical decoration
for WALLS and CEILINGS
SISCOLIN DISTEMPER
Covers In one coat
Supplied tn Powder form in many attractive colouis.
WHITE. CREAM. BLUE. SUNSHINE. GREEN BUFF.
Made ready for use by mixing 21 pints water with 5 lbs.
powder.
5-lb packages at S1.05 pei package
3 Mb packages at 74c. per package
WILKINSON & HAVNES ((!.. LTD.
Hardware Dept.
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PACK FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOC VTE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER S. 1*51 BARJUDOSfirpAmOOATE 1 f— -1 %  HULL.. \\rilne>ita\ Se|ileillhei %  VII IIVVIIOVll IMHKM 4 ltl|>. i 'OMI'I ISOIli IVMIIAMI • on Friday la*t pointed oul 'had been oompulMT) Third Party Inaur ance in this Island 11 ernrni %  pproach the Lrajielature U i vide companaBUon (or two childi in when their mother had been kill. It further pointed OUt thai even i( there had been no compulto ment vehicles should have tarried adequate covcragi .i;ninv; himaa tipe-i. artie' the wrong, Hne in both. He characti the %  %  i I the (luveinrnprii ihould compensate %  thia Inosr ihinkinq which irreparable harm In any community If t la good 1 be compul put vehicles en the roads ihould I position In offi r I'"' •',. Il ll lallaci in i a injured peraon has been reaponatbt nr contributed to. hia own miarocnu i turance of tha vehiola involved will not help und it is equally atupid to say that compulsory insurance will mcrea e the rates. Compulsory Ini an the htet thai it linn; %  i nurnbai ol units for Insurai ipread tha iM\ at •! widei area and % %  tendi to reduce the rates People in Barbadoa DOW hesitate tO insure baCMHa "I tha high rates. It miuhi Intereal our correepondenl to know that the Governrnenl hai under v. % %  consideration a B1U to maJ i vtrion lot a system ol compuiaory [nsurance and is awaiting the tarifl ratal from the United Kingdom. j Fusiliers Win I2.1m.p.h. Bailie Wild Hurricane i I MI: i BOW ALLAN UM hM Baae* %  -!> %  l miI ..nd..n International patrol Can ( -I i.ilwri; Park, i nan i itaa I nirdni Hun Bj heBi pfca and luuin m ciriie con*uui <>i \mtM,. High CsaeaaJ loaaSa ftum MUty 4t rounlrtev all MM the world. Bate Sasaki in.in i \\, rmiiitl Ika livltl kitihrn. i BJPKCS8 SI OUTS SPEAK TO IIII I It RELATIVES WAHMX.S IT is usalaai expending hug* nimi ol money and organism communication |o warn people when luir ricanea are appi %  in the Caj Ik lean pla who arc to be for fl to tha mi i CBM ol the disturbed elements. On Saturda) 11 era I %  hurricane '.v i in"', li about In tha Cai In fact it paaaad Barbadoa sometime between 1 a.m. and 3 a in.* on Sunday. One jfesainahip captain al tha pracaution to taki almoal unaware that there waa thl i danger In U %  It is true U warn people m Boms areas but it | log had been i men could have beached their boat! and Mved than from destruction, it waa fortunate that the majority Ol them by mere intuition did ItOl put to s< m\, do mi Sunday mornings. There is a LaUadous belief that a pub lished warning that there i-%  inn %  the area might alarm people and that it is no use to cauea ins* la better to alarm the few than to allow the many to be caught unawares and to suffer unnecessary damage. Thenis nothing which can he done to itave off the hurricane but the N the elaborate and expensive .system of storm warninga is to let people la fore it d i pproacl in R I announced from Puerto B In lay 1 %  mother, the fifth h iboul 1,100 ml 'ward or north Wi I er hnd hit Jamaica It IS : i> upon us or has pa -known %  it directly In il I %  i %  i i %  %  %  %  i % %  %  %  %  i %  i %  %  % %  1 1 %  %  %  Lord I told in.fl %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  week in 1 %  .ill. IllltI I LAK-I! ROW then %  %  : %  %  ... %  %  park, it plopped %  thrilled i U lull lien hud Hawaiian's I . . %  1 U hid With llBritish .; la cere. i i MII loos poles and %  %  %  i a (.-il Rot %  i Boouti %  %  %  I n. i. Id %  %  i outh, but That calls tor %  T and the >. • %  itto r from % % %  11 %  %  %  %  %  %  here the %  %  Scouts, said i %  r • I ... i u kmdahlpa all Iheli live* : %  wish <>f happy camping, hupp %  %  %  i %  i up then n i and many %  % %  • Then ihe fl ab< ut the tree-el id* i perk which overlooks tin* lung, haay reej Londt n. ng onv o To iiivi Incut iduaUty, the i Ued respond with then I tech talna i of the Nortl West ubIhe nap and trance bw un arch gaily pah,!i arith anlmala, with half a i% %  %  nil Its foot Thli iiiic,i viii.ii .*here boyi from ..il ovt i tin i % %  minala ita lada pa [to uf the irot the fadlitta i I MI man %  %  li %  lent bank p photoaraphcr, iwi and real tents, i hospital, ti*'M rj %  i.. %  papa wouldn'l p Arc \: ,1 thU clip n on Thuralaer 1 I one ii wind up Uv .; mp mi Friday nutht. August St. NH will IM watche' all i I Ami on Septen In .i cto >.i ouU a ii t"" ^ ... be. Bt • .\ %  • M nnii expert nee* in Austru at the rath* .mi Un* fun thej an •: %  1 : camp, the. ahi til I havi talk about. OM LfS %  € "hanging Empire Nil 1> \M> ID1 VI ill UM HKIII-II ll'li I b) Sir i raeal B ar, CsMbridce Date. Preei i wed b) B. %  | iMimn %  %  1 %  %  %  'i ol Hi it %  I %  %  %  J tinds as ( .lure of %  \) rolve ait ntereetlns Ion of the a subject ,u. %  iboul "i rai gnl i luridly. I '' % %  %  %  ; i;vnl. from I ."1 All %  nnit the ksminion -uni^'. Bli now left ^i> a link betw I tnmonweeHh He ll that there LI not in a nee ** Grown, imi %  tf thi i DU ( w b ethet %  %  %  %  rouris. is hat i' un at i.i. :. %  %  -!. ndnuj trenUon about iinature at i uiven timi'" This, to ttU people, would -.-'Tii to evade the But i. BUT* thallenite II 04 Importance to the development of polities] theorie aboul the aolonlea hi discussion on the Urltich ntlitude to fedrraUort, SuKgcsttons are eurreatlj an "I npcrial I'.n lia1'icnt" or son >i t d rederal structure for the Conn %  nut in contrast to the Free h tha ..ii".it foi %  tuent p its n • v. | ih part through Its own .: %  I I as I African net %  h .i %  : i to lion • A Sir Ernest • %  . m'haig to alter thu lr IAMBS COOPBR aUNQSTON, Jamaica. IN in. ihe hurrleaaa Ike ut Battalion gwvjraj rTakh Fuailian %  taljeaaad at KaaajBaea arete paesjanl) BeeeseaasVeBX Some eff has Sflfl N.itmoal Baielte man mil inakiui; Ihe Ann> I carver winnmrr than that: they were hurnt-d up to a crisp. regimant where there are so many Joneses that they are known by the last two ol their numbers. Jones 1M (say) was fed up with the sticky beat day and night. Join N the girls at the palais In Cardiff. Heavy smoker .1 uToan Swansea. %  • d hawing to pay 2s. 9d. for 20 English. the Naafl because of a regulation that m the local price might start a black Dial Bet And all the J lUBBd in the best Army tradition al the spit and polish and the ...... i, IIUMI Nl< K It was not serious. Mainly homesickness They felt it all the more when they found %  % %  : %  • a : %  : vour for I. and a trick of ending • lence with man. Then tin bun UM -truck. town windows, closed: everything tight Not a soldier, not a wife or child with the Regulars, was; hurt — except a cook who' was blown into his own porridge. Their darkskinned brothers In the Jamaica Bat UtLion, though lower down in the foothills, had their barracks wrecked, one man killed and lix .seriously hurt, because they reckoned the hurricane was not in their path, and possibly did not batten down tightly. Alter that the Fusiliers went into action A platoon moved to the old jail when the wall blew down and began a search for the convicts, some ol thVin murders known by them to bt armed. In the words of Company Sergeant-Major John Macdonalti, from M.-rthyr, who has been in the An., l:i \ ears and won the Military Mrdnl in Burma, il was just like war again, I .ruled like it, too, when the l2om i la a n-hour wind blew-just Uke that "do" Ii Belgium whan Jerrj was ihelling. aid Waa isolated. He and his men Had to hack their way through 19 miles tit blocked ruads. But at the end he was still swinging his cane With UM polished knob, and each man was neat in shorts and blue-grey stockings, with brass gleaming. Despatch riders tha War Office calls them w, but the Commanding Officer. Lieut-Colonel H. J. Johnson, D.S.O. M.C.. still uses the pre war I)on-Rs—fought their way through to isolated villages with news that food and shelter were coming. Just like liberating a town in the old days. The Ki. ig with just one oil drum and then aCfOUOging as only British uldiera can, lugged 60.000 gallons of water once on a gun-carnage when the old thiee-tonner would not go through. GAV1 UP TENTS They ran Held kitchens, opened clothing e up their rations and even their tents to the homeless. Some of the troops became mayors of tenttowns until the Jamaicans learned what Uons has to say about the il camp life. All the time the Fusiliers kept up their spit-and-polish parade ground neatness and discipline — and found that it had its reason It kept up morale und made sure that the Jamaicans did their share of the work. Governor Sir Hugh Foot praises the troops. md Government leader William Alexander lit: •lover, lays : "They %  U an b u i" aim 'The British soldier ir. when he is doing a job the' have a Httling phras* for it "Darn .her dere did a |wandaiul fob obar d nan." I, Bill CHAINS Fur I if • %  > i PurptMf • • GALVANISED IS"; .(/16"; 14" '." IRON Mi" BRASS CHROMIUM CHANDKI.IKR All Cut li. Kri|iiired LciiKlhs — ALSO — IMHi 1'i.Hii, s in Bartado* %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  itfek tn rei 4 %  whatever %  %  1 i %  people oead pi ft What in thi re to IKgained by political %  %  Wi %  i dlan poliuca? I UM %  neral political structure great l v weal \.%  • the gains which %  labour, liable to %  .-i.it con%  %  In i ... Il must K aatahllah %  iMnir. to on no in attain i i rrfwtiod f trial an I :* making %  the shana) lion. .'toni.nk* %  : %  %  %  but some fertile mlmls in Barbados cup* system or %  n its arclii:'! be given to lay th ni properly, %  I rrnmrnl ha-i ever been %  : In this world in five that disturb"* us %  II-: thern%  %  un ruler%  %  DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DIAL 4689 n^iSviir* IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT. LACE FLOUNCINGS in Black. White antj Colours YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. B4 COIT4 b CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ttet Quati*< wn THK.SK i J 4 C R BREAD & CAKES %  InH.sl K.L..I in AC lsiai.il I Pho„c GODDARD'S-w. ociv., | I



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KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF JAP PEACE TREATY TRUMAN WAR1\S In SOVIET UNION SAN FRANCISCO, Sent 4 fRUMAN warned Rca ia Tuesday night w kee; her hands of! the 'apanese Peace Treaty o. be branded as an advocate of more war Speakinc at the start of the Conference called to approve thr Japanese Treaty, the Chief Executive reiterated United States willingness to explore all problems threatening Pacific pBtci with Russia or any other nation But he added this not the time or pi tec fo such broadened intern.'ional discussion. "Our specific task here is to CWctade a treatr of DABC* with Japan." he said in his speech telecast trans con*in*ntally for the first time. IhM -'ill >.< %  • r. %  • rm •Iran Mar Make VeW Proposals To liritain • % %  Porinr" T* pre-orteni uVn r • thf "p^1 -i rttwr it*p the ran* the P.irif;,•• % %  .. rea* oral ton of pi in Korea. i he rnniinued tl.< Il3 Obviotislv vi wanting to precipitate more ; %  diplomatic crisis than eiMi here Truma uauaDv circumspect ,1th Russian* who to oppose the approval of the] treatv in it< present form. But there was no doubt in the minds of diplomats thit the TBHER \H, Sept 4. 11 was announced thai Inn will -• new prop..%  .iriji of ilu 1 ml 1 %  tlnnai deallne. w* *gh erta approval %  %  %  -. in K Bml MI, 1 lidl m'BWf a I :,--. %  %  terms < w eap [rai Soviel til target r talks 1 : t'l.irkdeparture of llritisli • S %  1 km iron still insist* th.t' %  1 lytll run the Truman said "With Japan returned to i's place in should be poss.ble to find • Is settle other problem ., %  *" %  d.mn by | I .h,.n now Ulfl *• llIltT 7 *'" 9 on bc *\ ln staging The United States has made clei on many occasion* that she 11 to explora a 1" Government! at the prcp> and In the proper form how th'* might be accomplished." There were "many well estabed ,.v" for this exploration ace in the Pacific "if there aauina deeire tor pence in all quarters." %  foreign < \j % %  Patent —If % %  .I' ALDERMAN IMPRISONED not matter* in be (t*;ilt with in uresanl conference. We 1 1 IMP In lakr w sineI* DM of the utmost importance. The treaty now before us offers more thnn talk of pctca J' offtff peace. The conference will enow who seeks to umke peace and who Met It, who wishes to put I war and who does not Thus did Trum;m drm UM polite dividing line through the conference hull and by Indlraobon put the pro-aivrwaot label on any nation that stands with Russia seeking to beats Wafren tald the propoeed treaty was an example Of bantvoience and re tlkot consummated between victory and veAqutaned . "never before m history have victon been eu magnanimous with the vanquished ... K given "' tunity . Japan is in a position to contribute mightily t. the typa of laiilai ihlp which the %  da ao desperately in the Far E'nt . t grindinu : —t' <" %  iFiom Our Own Coiri->i POKT-OF-SPA1N. r .!. BO] Charles Ward, foin.er Aldermin of the City Council wee peremphave torily imprisoned 1 u &f ar .orrnptry rewiv.-i* *tao. He i>te.-ittr that Ihc Hw em Tlbc*l with India, Kashmir and Pakistan. A c'nartered nirline comp.i; d lha his plane' imtrtunentj indn-ated the "ne,.: in the Kashmlr-Sinkiang frofltli A Lond TIDMI corrtipondenl sa %  'er.llalMiratn.il ioup" had DfaHl connect distant areas •( T''t bv wireless." %  gent. Ilurriranr Max Cul IJ.W X Shipping FAMII ^1 LONl %  %  %  %  1 i.senger, m %  %  iightir the %  Her thii %  I %  ; %  %  1 he Wee) ptj iH-nh-. All the rreJHc %  %  Britain I expecll %  ck home %  I Office is ary h(ii<' od trying tO %  %  hoUdar%  %  %  h< %  1 %  but U %  -r. . B.0 I B 1 Mul-Eaxt Defence Hoard Plannvd By K < Til M 1 It Plans hav be*rf rfrtlwrt up f"i %  I i-i Defern 1 Boa I undei nder and Unhad with North Kuk %  %  were 1 1 u Inf iroup and will b< ited soon t.i mdnl.fi %  %  %  r us. dt of a %  etween the and li 1 %  %  I : I %  plans. bed iftei iniinlh' <>( ir.tin n 1 n %  States that the V %  nelude also Ftaftl I ritlan Genii pro) %  n who is no British Cot -m-Chii e East. Il %  future ind [si. 1 1 Arabs ceased H WU monwi .dm ountnes with interest In the %  rth Afrin • xv llungvr Strikv On In Egypt %  %  %  %  1 %  Indian around I il %  onej .1 r border and that I trade rotl %  %  The Tr : %  %  .... %  %  to be need I l: Hbounn Mini pu. to WDTI -t .P Uorritton Giwn Last Instructions leOtfDON, B< I %  Mfft Morrlnon fi>r the fi.rthcominn series of diplomat!,r.. I in San Francisco R Ottawa. The I-..: %  jreakdo\-Korean ar %  .: hinew %  Ian 1 %  isit to ti I %  %  in Ache* %  %  %  1 r %  the Pakistan .'"d Indlai and several weie equipped a ladar oft ( ciai aourea bl l^ndon did ,mt reports although the) %  %  re prosped: .bet for uranium, •ive materials and petroleum and a Chinese Communist wai stationed at Ghartok anj dt] Hurricane Veers From Jamaica il ram Oar Own • erpaapandanit) KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 1. j, Oi LOWING repuris !:.n l rum ani thai the 11 i icaue at 11 1 m. was centred 240 miles south >;ist of Kingston and had Ins' its fort [ht, and the inland was 110 .ncro in dAflgtr of th Isurricane blow. • AFTHK Blil itl. Ikall h.ihy-daughter PrinCM-i %  1. %  .-. m • pu*h tlir Kuritl i i the desired loUI. 11 \\ I TOV in i I-I 11 ? There are still many BarIradUns thankful for thrlr aaaapat a lar from Uir ravaaea KI a hurm un sh would want ti Hdi nruspaper. li.. not delay Contrlbutr lo-day %  cknos • %f. 4i 1 19 \.u I. I.ia Mr A Ul. %  e ? Mi A Ul. A V H.t %  %  "-*oo • \H.|.| Hi A Mr%  &eo %  J Ths v, i i %  [) t inn !•*• < ... fit** .1 f .m-ii-i %  11 (• %  1 1 B.I.I.M tll.k IX A %  1 Mil. ISM H>Ma loa Mr. Alk>0 %  isn ..... A I' OBSHl sm • ii Bfeessi 1 M Mr Sr Mi. N %  tnaj u J M > II. 1IS> II m ;.i i-. htiab i \i.hs i lt\ \ S\ \IMOM>*s TOKYl bl | ROYAL ,.i M itthew li. IttOj; 13 1 eadauarti ciaU> i.-i:.. t'i ttwit "humnut.ihers" <>i Soviet Cauca echnical 1 n Easl lern sny and .1. ". Kon . .. ill! %  1 1 in Man early this year, had into Korea --in' el] .,,,.,.. •h.in 1,000 lighter planes ;nvd l'jhi bumbtn ... %  li t htiical pei 1. ited hj ihi Soviet i pc, including I t Oer inj Th.ElahTh /*my Comi let '.'i Jamee i : among lh| MM MI DEAD Low Adau %  JMP Hv.l f.i. IJDJIWHJellensK-e Wlllun l*>. hi* buiiim*; I... %  %  '' Ito-(iM> with .1 buUel holi Illuitdv Kn;lil Krmy't Sev* Warden Walter Kllu rep* 1 Betond Divli % %  and| atBDB IAIDID 1 1 1 %  1 PM un. %  John .1 McC %  plane to*day f" Big II: %  %  nfereni 1 parti "( rurt bj 1 |ton tn n Mii,tral rront Qeneral Jai Fleet tiic United Nations %  ii„ TO rhe (,o wmi 1 IIIIM I i<*.l lh> I %  i .... %  %  %  %  t A I DOLLAR* n>l IMII \ ,.. Until %  ., %  • iteejarve %  %  .. %  .. I The . %  \ I %  Miami on %  I %  males n %  %  .-. %  . %  . . %  %  11 tougn %  I %  %  %  bl JHtMI-l I Anothet I" 11 • •• ""' which boiled ; %  u< > il H 11 u 1 %  1 1 1 1 .• 'our Executed or Abdullah's Miurdei* AMMAN, gepl 1 The (out %  oned lot implh it) In • King Al-lull.tli ol M-r.ni'111 Jul) 1 Bfitral %  %  Nlf, had con...... II lllfllll!. llll|li>s-d lly ti* t "iirt. %  MUM Aed i r phi 1 l Barlli Arab Jewish A| • • 11 .111.1 latei helped i-T MM,, i, JI„I Red Q Liaieon n h.ini Abdul Kadlr Farhai. alau Mo%  ammed Bktnwei 1 3< %  %  %  %  %  ittl naat, brothei 1 ate %  i on two othtr men, a I 'nary in Cairo and were ...1 in ihen elawnca, Taos ware olonel Abdullah Tell. th. exi itvemoi .f Jerusalem, an.i Mu ubl 1 formei lorn ooaatabla merehaat rout 1 -, in 1, earra taund net galHi 1 rele iead r r IRAN UNLIKELY TO GET SWEDISH TANKERS sii K KHOLaC, Daptambai 4. 1' unlikely 4hal Swck-i. Mil b willing of -d>le to sell ihe IraatM Oewara... .11 h 1 Ippli %  -in. \ apiaiaiiiMiii f'^i • % %  .( Swi i.i.'. Icaihim -hippitiK (ompaDiaa aald Ilia I Diiaiha k ) .IIIT<-I inaaa -(UP) Ships For Cricketer* 11 moN 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  1 Prlnl board the vaa Un .11 IVorn If* dies to Au-'t nir i action n Kon Commun 1> th K if. %  %  %  %  I %  % %  Alt-d In iwes' of YanKu %  nff the n %  United 1(1 00 ..1%  %  %  fire agnin %  itort 1 P £/.& PESSIMISTIC Man I WORLD l/.' /// SOUTH AMI %  I %  eld Americana are Win!' 1 who live %  %  I 1 M U \MM\s>WM %  %  1 %  II ION ENDS %  %  I %  %  —r r ri, II. %  beer I i leace o .... • and thi 1 r COUNCIL PASS PIONEER INDUSTRIES HILL 1 aWvalopmani w*d 1 M Die Council ment and wJthoul dli %  %  lavelopment of 1 v Irlagand I %  1 \, • '"i purpou %  onnaetad araui %  1 Uu II %  %  %  %  1 %  •11 Government Defeated f 1 t 1 %  %  %  %  % %  D> G : %  Bernard llrainv Arrives Here %  •1.., ..ii 1 %  1 %  %  %  1 1 %  %  II A nfh old TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART M m. laasMl •'<*?> p.m. MiM.ii hr*' Qaaraar. I. .inm: 8.00 p.m. II11I1 Ttdrr I N -i m I :i p.m. i>. i id i! U m 1 1 p m. Shenfield Asks For Reasonable Prices H [it 4 I ne the : %  %  %  %  shift lO 1 1 Ul :. thJt while the Island.' ; industry lot Stab) reasonjMiwould ul! workable. %  %  %  %  ded that %  %  f %  nd thr I prevailing in %  how th;.' 1' 'iom Bal| oat as iiurh as if %  .• at 125 00 l • 'A. %  er IMI %  ./i.i.ir th ; •t fix thi %  %  %  %  %  %  %  0 OB pe 5 Ih A "ADVOCATF." BBwi for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night %  %  %  II Hm LRoJ Ineoii, Bra %  loM the Adraeat.tliat bM viatt was not an 0thc1.1l 'me. btlt he waa here to see fm %  . %  ihe v.. In IU 1. He fait 1 • %  %  %  %  ith thr l> I %  a/eel 1 %  %  %  %  : %  Bwakani <* by ; %  • %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Mr. Br..' the Con" Wi 1 Weekly Programmi %  %  %  .-xt |tO" he al" % 



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I 1 M.I. I IC.Ili HAKBAKOS ADVOCATE WHIM v|) \s -ll'IIMBER 5. 1S1 TURPIN MAY VISIT E.G. AFTER FIGHT Champion Trains But lias Disclosed No Plans Till; 4 II \MI'Hr\ SmiLhson Gels His Count) Cap NEW V %  middle* lurn bout with "Sugu" Ray Robin* mbtr 12 f %  . %  %  M to EnnUnd Mr %  li %  %  the big tight. %  %  I I "dine t> • Rol win thtig*. III Work I %  i ii li.i! rte< %  %  '.nm-r world oldn %  %  1 .. %  %  tfa • title. Iiul Will lake IK, mfaaUng a r-*! %  training camp retting for %  n i Ha h %  laid I %  i Ma* off horse* and %  • liirld .IIKI hendgear during sp..r• i. ind n> %  •!' %  Turptq ii.. %  i %  %  n •: %  i %  %  ii-1 tton "i ap li %  I ....... %  i .. amion i. %  %  i %  dally k..-,., im ikfi laugh i i. artthoul .. Slylr %  %  ii. rurpln'M ca bout with Ri %  ft %  -i crouch HIUI throwi punchei from a aqual >nc hie htm much ea i wlu-ri he henl Robinm n RoHnon ha-, % % %  ,. uai thai bate punch .1 Lana i"->iiti nrlnj 1,, th, %  Turpin. Bui RoMnaon |g n h:ir'!-;iri(l-(;i.'l nri-di %  .dad September 13 night at 8 30 oVtoch than will i> pnettca ateteuea In ptenun for the Tnnlda the \qufctic Club Floodlight %  %  • jtid membei• 1 ma are Ladi-s Tram "A". B I D Joteaon R Vidmcr and P %  I idl.. Team %  ". A K a %  !. D. Warren. J. Gala. M. lv Oat neai rvriiHiidala, Nnw York, for hi. rrm world HI %  VttB Bii|i>f Ray Robliuon. r^lairt during train., f and pti)oy' UtUt nduut la thr Howl ground-. An aircraft bangai han 1>B •d fot 111champion at the hotal'x airport. : wl (with %  I T..nipkni (i-r.ld >mPhson HJI a rn.lnl.rr ,l thr 1MI hU < %  Uatacba w.-i ladhH -1.1 M Four H. 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Govier Chon iat tame: Hurricane Veers

SAN FRANCISCO, Sevt. 4. Shipping Krom Jamaica

"TRUMAN warned Russia Tuesday night to k (Prom Our Own Correspondent)
her hands off the Japanese Peace Treaty oi}, The meagre ship KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept. 4.

: from the United Kingdor °
be branded as an advocate of more war. Speaking] sritisn Woo teas. FOLLOWING reports that high winds, rain and
black mist had started in St. Thomas, Port

Antonio, there has been no further dsvelopment in





LONDON

at the start of the Conference called to approve the}‘"\) {'

f the J

Japanese Treaty, the Chief Executive reiterated] ‘i se 6 0 oe
United States willingness to explore all problems] °°). °°) 0, 8s

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’ y j , a : | Jamaica o* the’ storm, and advice was received
threatening Pacific neace with Russia or any other ne Bree tO he Car | from Miatoi that the horricane ait 11 a.m was
nation. The Elders and Fytfe banana | | centred 240 miles southeast of Kingston and had

ia a bun Pe, ee oat : hich rc + : > * : ‘ pence
But he added this +: s not the time or places for] °°" ” ay | lost its foree during the nicvht, and the island was

such broadened international discussion. “Our hurricane struck, has now. arriy | no more in danger of the hurricane blow.
specific task here is to conclude a treaty of peace] wien she will sal aesin for t reulan

. ° * : i. . ‘ ne wit ”
with Japan,” he said in his speech telecast trans-| “aribbean. Her pa senser acco ite af the: - Hiedanned tace ‘
continentally for the first. time. fully beoked ane ‘hess would-be | tre stronge - our Executed
“That will be 2 greet step —— - - - eae rs ma j | wu nies p hou squall z ;

foward verer.! veace in the ari tasa a Sa “the | it : Al I Il I 5

Pacific”. The President then ci'ed Tran May Make For W ; SSREROOR ANG. OM) weet om Or “ iC ul a 1 Ss

the nee? of cther steps to cle , - tival year * ag ening All business however

the constent threet of fre ] 5 » ~e ba ‘ a Me one t | been spended all over the| M j ay

the Pacific srea, particularly the Neu P. posa a Snip ae ac He, ieee: Tee eal nd throughout the day as] Viurder

restoration of peace and securit y ° ° iad . tictin ; xf ais }vurri e precaution continued

in Korea. To Britain . + Bae tra West in ‘: : aes d Governor Foot, prior to t AMMAN, Sept. 4
3ut he continued these “othe enger services Sis ee ” fanger erlod broad } The four men, condemned for

A! : od eh : 1 Sept. 4 1 | i Festival 4 a. Widens ace a ar-old Sulte 7) : Ce . 2 . , ‘ ,
steps” would have to follow “% TEHERAN, Sept. 4, ,,/ ends. but the hurricanes may make AFTER a two year stay in Britain, the 78-year-old Sulton of Johore and his 54-year-old Rumanian wife, essage to t land asking ymplicity in the assassination of

Japanese treaty. Obviously not It was announced that Iran Will}the strain on shipping resources with their baby-daughter Princess Meriam, left on the “Orangi” to return to their Malayan Kingdom veople to meet tt expected | King cule - Jordan in July,

wanting to precipitate more of ms psd eae ee —_ a tighter than it has ever bee They intend to return to London paper, Express fisaster with similar coves ere executed at Amman’s Central

a diplomatic crisis than mow Britain for reopening of the oi “Things were easier sorties this ont ae ere oe ss —— {| he hurricane of August 17 ison early tocay On Sunday,

exists here Truman _ was) un- telks if Premier Mohammed Moss-! year,” said one London shipping | pp “uo a ls From Miami comes the report Regent Emir, Neif, had con-

vsually circumspect in dealing % gh gets approval of the Iranian [SopRounen, “and one ship with auca sian tt ‘Forces rom A Quarters : hat the hurricane “Dog” broke| °rmed the sénteneesito death by
with Russians who are expectec' ; Parliament. erths fcr ten passenger ver : p into heavy squalls Tuesday and] iang . . » spec

to oppose the approval of the! ‘ice Premier Hosein K. Emi said | sé ailed from London for the West yr pared sf ; ay ad eon Ae ar haa by the special

treaty in its present form. ' aide memore would be handed | roaree with s | empty berths ond vicious tropical blow v ith The four men were

But there was no doubt in the io ‘he British Embassy setting forth | 41! the traftic









Union was the target cf to resume talks broken off with _ we ecaster Grady Norton of Miami] '¢ter of Philosophy of London

reai i ick sociale iat . ~, 4 }are expecting a big rush when all sey wie? ser! y ersities o t
ve ee Minister Richard see eatin these visitors try to get back home By A. SYMMONDS ‘id. Norton said Jamaica might] ‘4 Berlin Universities, who took

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‘ asin the other r ye a mnbee weeks, The “island cai
minds of diplomats that thet’ terms whereon Iran is ready | direction wi h visitors coming to i OV e hh Oo i a 7 ke breath now’ the chief weathe: Dr. Musa Abdullah Hussein,
Soviet Uni { , Britain for ie Festival. But w NG
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> ce | ; yay $ rt in the Arab Jewish fighting in
ruman sé “With Japan re-| at the same time,” | TOKYO, Sept. 4, | : ’ Abo Be terme ene aU we , Iped i
‘ eueeen said : fh an 8 | Tear stilt “inutete that thareaci aoe Neos Pai PRT Rina F ; k | seeeeeeeeees WEDDING. About| les to force the winds in tough 483, and later helped in truce
eae i a oath th e oule cr{tionalized industry shall run the}tondon simply cannot afford t General Matthew Ridgway's headquarters said offi- | 200,000 Germans lined the cobbled) on yatis, put “it is reasonably cer pervision and Red Cross work,
$ al > yple of : 5 0 sim annot afforc Oo whe ; ig ‘ “ > ? , > streets ¢ , per LO-Gi . | , , ; ' ’ leer
ce neems 8 Bi vo people “t{refinery at Abadan and if British] prolong their stay for an indefin-} Cla@lly tosnight that lari numbers” of Soviet Caucasian aoe py per Ai y hse re tain now they will not have a bad] ** Liaison Officer
s , ; , *xperts refuse ror Aarconeil ita nent, ae Sain roops \ iw tec a) Banerts ty fast Germany ; he wedding procession of Prince} ),, ” the “ve expecting
should be possible to find ways|¢*Perts refuse to work under con-| ite period, The Colonia! Office is troops, including technical experts from East Germany andj m,,44 August Von Hanover and| BEL Ra ae eee roe

: ; , . } : rn : Abed Okke, a Jerusalem cattle
to settle other problems in the} ‘tions laid down by Iran, the|helping by finding them tempor- other European nations, are in North Korea.











lcountry will s begi i at t ‘i 1 . e / his 26 year old Princess Ortrud, aon ~ ; tor . Ww hic h wes head- merehant,
Hacific which pew threaten peace lot nor oats n ‘auparts Vateodl said. find Ee “a ree rr t yo ‘holida 1% lhe oficial announcement said that the Caucasian “vol-| both descendants of Queen V icto-| MTh “Do oy } oad t ae ie Abdul Kadir Farhat, alias Mo-
; . . afte .clasr | Oe ig *
Sane mseres men Sanne Cen | : —U.P mn vie rs back to the ir a n ‘hpmes unteer” forees, organised in Manchuria early this year, had|ria. They were married in a 30) Suna a ied On ne rg te hammed Sidmeer, a Jerusalem
E y cas Ss a s s| ©. Gkers Bate ¥ ‘ i > cere , fore > > nN Sunde é «o miles gale. fee se pr rie
| Sate ae Ta 1 <4 ith tie _ . A few have booked passages by; been moving into Korea since spring, backed up by more minute ceremony before the titled aniane: Was: conAned MAaURE Der. Yee house proprietor
ready to explore with ctnei al vc : : dn) dhe erowd of European royalty, inelud aoa . . Zakariya Okke, a buteher ond
Governments at th ‘oper time ir, but the single B.O.A.C. fare: than 1,000 fighter planes and }i ight bombers, | . ; lines and trees. No casualties were :
overnments at the prceper ti | mi : to Jamaica is £152. 10s. far out | ’ 7 7 ic sa Publ tifot t jing the Kin ind Queen of Greece re ; . . ¥ cattle merchant, brother of Abed
g i + . Sw is VEER . ‘ Pay oe P dgwe lic formation’ ‘porter
and in the proper for ay how this) ALDERMAN ef the reach of most visitors : zl 4 . ; a 2 , FOR " . re | yore Okke,
might be accomplished. BUP Office said that forces were com- 4s BIG 3 TALKS .—The| Anott ‘ans “Rasy”
There were “many well estab- nd ‘ : : : posed of specialist technical per-}] United States High Commissioner,; ‘other IUEFACAnS, wiS¥ +1 Death sentences were also ps
a 5 Y ; s nia : if : , ; t pe
‘ed. ways” for this exploration L IPRISONED sonnel, contributed by the Soviet| John J, McCloy, and a party of| Which boiled out of the Atlantic,}eq on two other men, who had
: fled to sanctuary in Cairo and were
; i pe a ane , 5 . . slands yesterday, was believed to], ¥ f
ing East Germany The Eighth plane to-day for Washington to]! y, tried in their absence, They were
33 (From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ =, . ’ . stte \ . rT i: a ah cr ye 5 ’ f oO 0 “ 3 i. ‘
quarters. PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad, Sept. 3, B rd P nned RELIEF FUND Amy Commander, General James ue ng fap as Pres Foreign Min- roe da lyn e . aoe Colonel Abdullah Tell, the ex-
But these are not matters} Charles Ward, former Alderman oa la The Fund reached $7,000 Aj Van Fleet, said yesterday that) "ers Conferency tropical. weather giant of thelCOvernor of Jerusalem, and Musa
which. can bé dealt with in our!of, the City Council was peremp- By K. C. THALER yesterday with a collection |} * Gust Europeans’? were among the FOUND DEAD. —Louis Adamic, one ni “still Sight oy Nett i} Abmed Ayyubi, a former Jerusa-
@ 8 as , : ) . ood |) iad wikone ; ago i { at 2, mile ’ ' d vie ‘
pres conference. We have .torily imprisoned for three months LONDON, Sept. 4, of oret, $908, Tle is a g ie Bad, ipeces mygpped for 4\(52) noted author, was found deadi fiom the United States ste ER hie lom vegetable merehant Four
come here to take « single step= corruptly receiving $800 He? plans have been arawn-up: for be done to PR i « offensive “within. . tworitr his burning home in New Jersey] Thy Weather Bureau sent an Aire po Ue” penn uals found not guilty
| but of the utmost importance.|Pleaded guilty and appensted. the formation of an Allied Middle to the desired total teed Li to-day with a bullet hole in his foree Hurricane Hunter plane from a U
7} 0 s offers| The charge reads that Ward]fast Defence Board under a Su- ; Bloody Fight }head und a rifle across his lap, Fire] ijn. w “ee di. 5 5
The treaty now before u : HAVE YOU HELPED ? k ‘iney Field, Puerto Rieo today to va ee
more than talk of peace. It offers| “being a Councillor did corruptly{preme British Commander and "

There are still many Bar-

receive from Edna tiojas the sum j|linked with North Atlantic de- badians, thankful for their

peace. The conference wiil show
therefore who seeks to make



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| The United States Army’s Sev-| Warden Walter Ellis reported

t ! out the new storm, Another hur

enth and Second Divisions, and! REDS RALDED.—Japanese police] pjogye-} . RAN UNI KE y TO
, - . i > unter i y ) yi ‘er 2
of $200 for himself as an induce- | fences the First Marine Divis ion are in aj raided reane-nun ai p ivy priv iteer Ae ft I I L





(From Our Own Correspondent) United States and Britain over the Do not delay. Contribute '



proceed immeatately companies said that Swedeg - ds
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinid nical experts from

Germany|tight, according to an authorita nder the Taft-Hartley I



Warren said the proposed 1, future defense of the Mediterra- to-day.

fax eo a Communist Party offices} \7 i. bof ¢

peace and who seeks to prevent|ment for his obtaining for her a) | Recommendations for the Board|] FAVages of a hurricane who || 210° fight against the Commun-,Uiroughout Japan at dawn to-) iuok at. “Du ur. |GET SWEDISH TANKERS
it, who wishes to put an end to| transfer of lands of the Corpora-]}to cover the Eastern. Me diterrs | Tould. ‘want to subscribe to sts on the East Central and ‘Cen-| day, and arrested five of the 17 :
war and who does not so wish.”’|tion situate at Mucurano.” epan were drafted by the N.A.T.O. this Punt, Thiet ehimide | tral front, General James A. Van| members of the Party's Provisional en STOCKHOLM, September 4.

Thus did Truman draw the| standing group and will be circu-| still theirs. Sen@ th your | Fleet the United Nations Ground] Central Committe: an It is “unlikely” #hat Sweden
polite dividing line through the | lated soon to member 3 Govern- + Adnnsion eee Either of Forces Commander disclosed.| : is laft—Hartley Law vill be willing or able to sell
conference hall and by indirec- loods Cause Heavy re 4 Perea eis = “Otta- the three city banks will fk he announcement followed the; TO GO WITH PRINCE - tankers to the Iranian Govern-
tion put the pro-aggressor label a . a 1 eiennes: wort) th genie; Pao - ors ane | 9S tement by General Matthew B.| he official Jordan delegation sAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4 ment a Swedish shipping expert

| ny nation that stands with ae Tio ; ca y : Ridgway’s Supreme Headquarters uch will accompany the Crow President Truman o foesd aid Tuesde “sme

Susie. seeking to upset the Damage In T dad The proposed structure is the re- Cashier if the often ‘of. this | that a “large number” of Soviet|rince, Emir Talal, on the triy red Attorney Ce val Hl ward oa ‘Ewoden’ Usain chingion
treaty. p | DAWSDADET, | aucasian troops, it ling tech-|!ome, will arrive in Geneva to IeGrath to





sult of a compromise between the

ace in the Pacific “if there rah. Ki, ADVOCATE J’CA sifellite nations of Europe, includ-j top advisers left Frankfurt by| 1,100 miles east of the Windward
» (@nuine desire for peace in all Mid Kast Defence }



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“aw for] already suffering from a general
j i. . ; z ind other European nations are initive Swiss source, The delegation] federal injunct age 3 T go. » age
{ tdasiniclaris coh: eminple: of: bank a Sept. 3, nean and is to close the last re Ameun’ prsviatsly REA a - st ‘i om sf ea hie end! 14Sp aachalitie- anpurehitans varie ana he oomesie nee igainst ey : hortage of tanker panes .
j volence and realism never yet There have been thunderstorms maining gap in Genera wight D Advesaie Gn, Lt4 \-round offensive was “strongly, the night in Beirut ] “ —(U.P.)
nadia te ated between victory}4Nd incessant rains in Trinidad Eisenhower’s European’ defence Mr. & Mrs | i P
consummatec etwee 14 fang E. M. Shilst 20,00 uggested DOLLAKS FOR INDIA v
and vanquished ... “never before; 4nd damage through flcod has been | plans MR ayy “240 real Rama: Rau, ri a # 'OUNC AL PA V EE
in history have victors been so assessed into thousands of dollars. Agreement. haa “been reached | Mr & Mrs. A. M. Wake } t ‘ now, only sou. - rean ad ee is aera of the ty iS PI / EK ER
magnanimous with the van-| Twenty persons were rendered after months of discussions be- field -Sa ander 9.00 i lave keen ten ifec In ac~| 1 iK O inc la, at the an 3 : =
quished .. . if given the oppor- homeless. tween Britain and the United oa ; can eo iop against the Reds. Van. Fleet; nual meeting of the World Bank, INDU : Ye i q
tunity . . . Japan is in a position Water supplies in many places |States that the Middle East De- ” A. ©. Boyce 10.08 id that at the/start of the present, will take up the question of more J t 4 bd
to contribute mightily to the ty pe} are contaminated and falling |fenee Board should be formed to mM Pat Boye 5 00 hot action in Korea on August 18th,! collar loar for India
4 of leadership which the cause of|branches are damaging telephone |include also France and to extend eS 7 ae 10 red units included one Chinese India idee ady has drawn ap A NEW LEAD ‘towards ec:
peace n needs so desperately | communications. is far as Turkey. Refinery Ltd 120.00 Communist corps and elements of proximately $60,000,000 loan fror pee eae a yards economic development was
in the Far East ... progress in Cars have completely stalled It will be placed under the Su- D. A. P ( bree North Korean Corps totalling; tne World Bank en in the Legislative Council yesterday when the Counci!
this. world was never made by| and in many homes there is fluod- | preme Command of a British Gen- ee 2 Pee atl 20n 3,000 troops, He aid that the ; on wv ee ADOR..—-George passe | with one amendment and without division a bill
grinding people down.” —U.P ing waist deep. ‘ral, probably Sir Brian Robert- Can, Bank of Commerce ype « of the Allied drive was to vA vam, mm me re fal Counsellor to encourage the establishment and deve lopment of new
son who is now British Command- Ocean View Hot 120.6 thraw he enemy off its balance|#! the British Embassy in Madrid ndust ‘
: “r-in-Chief in the Middje East. n Mitchell 25.00 ustries and to make provision for the granting of certain
0 vo
R ds Instal R; dar The plan ee whe. ” are ae t relief from ~ e ye tex and customs duty and income tax
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‘ € 40 » V
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Arabs ceased as well as early (D.C. & 0) Al'ied infest me stormed up

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By HAROLD GUARD © the Indian subcontinent is con
LONDON, Sept.

Reports from India’s northern frontiers said on Tue sday

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® membership of Commonwealth ze . ee es'00 i hill, north erthwest of Yangeu
Ss < m on e ] e -ountries with interest in the; Hypatea 1.00 today. and after nearly eight hour
Middle East such as South Africa} Mrs. Alleyne } lose ‘ie fighting drove off the rear
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$ Gi | ” i rity Council. What iescribed a ‘
H G. Murray 10.00 tos | yut fightin con. 4 down Resolution and i : ae
that the Russians have installed a radar system along west- M orréson poe O ea ap ied until 5.30 p.r Meanwhile, [Ue last meeting between Grahar hich had the effect of dippi + me are ee ra ar-
} . ' . x a orster 10.00 { 7 hens eran exnected Tuesda ie > O10 ) vative ». for tler
ern Tibet and where China’s Sinkiang Province borders La t [ 1 ti G. Hendy 7.00 || i a troop and infantry }@md Nehru wa peciae -5 eee el enu nd) cay Division of Essex rated
: ie Mons a lcints § nstructitons : Jol 00 d into rigid fortifications on |afetrnoon, ered when it w y i ussex, arrive
with India, Kashmir and Pakistan. > Bt. | cones nd egg ade GP Pe TRAY Maen Seren irom Trinidad by B.W.LA. short
. Bee ‘ ° ‘ » bie ridge north é ig om si ow vhich w c , - at
A chartered airline company pilot said that his plane’: LONDON, Sept. 4 decd 10 E Heavy Comfhuniat mortar. small ad to the augmentation of those | ®@fore 8.45 o'clock last night. H
instruments indicated the “nearness of intercepting radar’ | Prime Minister Clement Attlee onsen 150.0 ras und machinegun fire again tevenues Wek a at wae 7 mon Hor
f Kas ir-Si g 2 ier and Cabinet give final instructions P. Skeete 25.06 *d the Allied effort ’ é uke and Mr E. Robinso
on the Kashmir-Sinkiang frontier. é tg 3 shervind ’ wer So eae ee SOD UP. Plever ( rgs > i earnestly hope that the Billl Mr. Braiue told the Advocate
: . : today to Foreign Secretary Her- M : rOverniner re Advocat.
A London Times correspondent said a Chinese-Russian | C4 Morrison for the forthnomibg! aren at : is under consideration to-| that his visit was not an official
‘ . ’ A . 4 g I 7,223.58 ' : Ww ‘ . , s
“collaboration group” had been surveying “and trying to ]}series of diplomatic negotiations ae | PESSIMISTIC ' Defeated di vill have that effect one, but he was here to see for
> 2 4 os yu al at on of the nee
connect distant areas of Tibet by wireless. in San Francisco, Washington and abr WORLD WAR IIL | re 3) aia r gy ae ; ssi “ i, | himself some of the problems and
Indian Government agents Ottawa | vps , A PARIS. § ' r aaa , | difficulties which beset the We
Z M : 4 ‘ } a C 4 \RIS, Sep rbados has been debated upon : . :
around Ladakh reported Sovie:| Y * The Labour Government w i Ships For D Bot cere T at Ser 1 det The new Governmer of Py sity imber of ahi sions | he iP ‘ Indies. He felt that in these day
surveyors planning at lea-t one Hunger Strike reported deeply concerned that the! I ca rb ty Ea OF ¢ ; pruk ee at o a{nier Rene Pl Waa Gate Well as in commiére when so much is happening in the
: } 2 ! ’ hony Ede saic nericans a ‘ , Te >
air field neat Lake Manassar¢ wil . breakdown of talks in Korea cre-} Cricketers oak neusivalatie akan Worl a vote in the ional A tthe Py olonies it would be a good idea
in Western Tibet on the Kashmir On if E. t ited a worldwide situation as grave | ie “ Tuesday night | i combina } t them and have discussio
‘ : th } Ghart n EYP oe re , et 2 | , than Euronvneans who ‘ S ate C9 tt ; > ‘ 2 cs
border and that the a Ghartok f not more so, than when the| LONDON, } door to the Soviet Union ten. OF S0Cia . : i ,with the leaders of opinion. H
trade route is bei verted CAIRO, Sept. 4 Korean war begen and when | arned on return from n Sy followers of ‘Gener Peery
¥ ; | AIR . t > i . ¥ " wake arne i > ro a mo } ¢ . take t r ura } :
eee. Taecers | The nationa + strike da: |Chinese intervened | Members of the West Ind re | ur of’ Canada and the U zaulle 7 ” ‘ cg g . ects and political problems parti
The Times wen ~ starved this ste . ce | ‘Team who are nov. playin, League tes that a “great deal of agair PI vs n3 pi al } : ly federatior
ported today is ea ¢ ! g the cc ued oO Morrison leaves Ti a fo. | ericket ir England will trave | ust’ be done to clear up hay xen, Oe Os ipa be } e . Mr. Braine | een a é
used 401 ; ; Y British t ps ir the na’ }34n Franci 60 it will t Ors j}direct to Australia by the Si lenees in Arglo-American relz- ‘is aa od ; wang sabia > ba , wits e-j|of Parliament ince iar
motor vehic id iit in se. The nationwide move was} “isit to the United State ‘ | route with their Scorer and Bag- ms.” § ¢ 7 a dada a4 De ¢ | ic mea | 1950. While awaiting his luggage
the s ; and loc tants urged by 20 hunger strikers where-]|succeeded Ernest Bevin as f ze Master, Mi. W. Ferguson.) He said. that tue Americans wt ; : ork old an amusing story abou
zed by 2 strik WV r . - ’ wv g said, Lm ans who] fists Crmnoniindet had votec | t econ ich pr
had been ; to wor strips'!cf the original five entered their] cign Secretary and his first « | Seven members of the Team have ‘e anxiou t hear Europe’s|together. It y ) edi | onsists of one very lar { | trip out to the West Ir
| to be used Fs nese- tenth huncer day ilks with U.S., Secretary of Stat Jesiled from Trinidad for New! sanswer to the question peace orlelear whether P , ay La } ir g in the basket hip on which he travelle
| Russian company ! \Potitical parties, nationalist}Dean Acheson. The Cabine | Zealand aboard the Shaw Savill ar were surprised when he tolila setback as serious e: t ,|to Trinidad was manned mainly |
Intelligence inform-tion from ly with organizaticns, lal our unions meeting today was the first since |Jiner Akaroa and three others wil! |them he saw no deterioration in the the resignation of the Gavernsil nt atl es ae od ah Atta {Barbadians and one morning he
ot G ft “gig includirg restau~ant rkers were|Parliament recessed August 2 {travel by air from the West In-}past year and that the “whole| which is l¢ than a mar nn old ; PESSSNT Sar CUTIEE | is awakened by a steward
Gapiee! aT the m : at 7; a wiliing to join the hunger strike -—U.P. ‘dies to Australia.—B.U.P position is better.” -UP. P | eine ss ras of sone ini lee o'clock, “We are now passir
explosions in the mountains, anc twenty s.rikers who include oné j ug I as, eS ¢rbados,” aid the steward
of “great numbers of slave : ra on A 4 | import jutic ipon capita a as ila ihe
: oie woman were lying on the floor of i ane a rad terials anc would you like to see it.” Look-
labourers” being to work on 4) ‘iene’ : } yment and ra ' 4 k v ic . .
the Elkotla party cl vith man peeled 1< aige wt ‘ ior o new through the porthole Mi
airfields. os Ranide “wis tarmneras r a5 seid oats ate eolid just see t sland
ceetanrelas Gott “vy | Shenfield Asks For Reasonable Prices 3: Beet ete ce
iure nad i 1, In tt me hidden by 1 ok
airfields were strung the length or _UP. wt a bit san. the lon rey hide heteeaid, Wee. cata ts
the Pakistan and Indian border ‘paibuimiiesiiati 4 ae a ial tae i tht? wid. kta anos
and several were equipped with (From Our Own Correspond: nt) that while the islands benefited| ‘rom out side ources at the end of |Saigon at juivalent dollars per : Uae Dadet? tact Shite’ ameitciiiy ae ci fe Pit x
radar ’ : hor c from the agreement the B.G. rice | ‘he five-year perioc He F.O.B. George n and the} nea! er eee an fante [ou
TO-RAY’S WEATHER GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4. | industry got stability. Cone ae prices orevail nd th’ Rtas : ‘ ica from |*everal pleasat | Mr. Braine is also secretary
Official sources in Londor ; CHART eee ae . mo . ld, raed ‘ , how that if the islands had to.buy| B.G. at 9.00 pe ind pre @ On page 5 jthe Conserv itive Party We
not discount reports althou " f ea os A eone, for the West Indies| Shenfield appealed for price tom Saigon or Burma it would! yv : from er source ames, |Tidian Committee and at one tin
said there may be “some exagger- ens are m. se yi rua ba At acres ra reasonable to both side ich | 0st as much as if they bought | he used to broadesst on “Cor
ation” They said it ‘was kno Sunset: 6.05 p.m. today conceded that British Gui-| would allow the contract t from B.G. at $25.00 per bag A until 1 “ADVOCATE” wealth Review", a Weekly
that Soviet engineers are pr - Moon: First Quarter es Ceres & h ee price 10r) workable YAguiar also pointed out that’ o'clock We ’ rning wher The “AD z »wramme over the B.B.C. He }
ing in western Tibet for uranium Lighting: 6.00 p.m. is | ta ane 4 oi eersnaat; tie ; ‘efod a oa plying, Johr D’Aguiar tt maica ir now t ng BG 520 on . ut pay? for NEWS lalready visited West Africa a1
radio active , High Tide: 6.28 a.m., 6.34 ge aging are " B.G. Rice Producer aid that the er bag. He asked Arbitrat: er Malaya but this is his arst. vist
al ‘ 1 ¢ ore 17 nd le rice oo nit Coie ¢ ree . 4 j : +} Bini i ake he 6 i , F T +} ° v ‘ , :
leum anda 7 are ‘sue 2 ted th ; bende er irbity ’ j : regard r 1 that : : he i ie ; EB be, Dial 3113 lto the West Indies. His next sto
wed Low ide: 2.15 a.m., 2.12 ae for BG. int ‘RG vas intende an iten 1 arch discussic $17.40 pric entire afternoo 4 L he Leg- i la sritist Guiana nd he al
pear ped ve p.m. Perec nat BCs Oat _Prevailit aH ruinimum | was quoted, and asked the Board |islative Council Chamber wa Day or Night | 1 a AG ats rn sats saul
. 1a irke price r ) fix the 5 ‘ light of the y t ; 7 Ayes
t f “ b r ! ¢ , 7 j Fy t ff BG _— I Varad Isla 1s
j searchin f i
PAGE TWO



Carib Calling





{ eve
ed }

Nelson vesterdas

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wife of Sir Robert Aru

err the Ww ar
Arunde 10

sit. is on her ay t

where ili be

Mrs. F Renison, wit

Colonial ctmary, 3i R

va > tr €

he fa 1



Montserrat Civil Servant
wil

JEFFERS,

lontser1

HUGH



M B.



He arrived yesterday mort
the Lady Nelson nd is
with Mr. and Mrs. G. C

Warners, Christ Church.

First Visit
AYING his first visit to
island is Mr. I. J. Warner,
representative of the Singer Sev
ing Machine Co. in St. Kilts, fe
rived yesterday morning by the
Lady Nelson for an indefinite
period and is staying with Mr
Codrington of Brittons Hill

After 48 Years
N

RS. LOUISE EMPTAGE
bados



Ward of

the

of
Bermuda who in Bar-
48 years ago, is now back
here for a holiday. She cam® in on
the Lady Nelson yesterday
ing’ and is staying with Mrs
Chase of Bay Street.

Back From U.S.
TV) ETURNING from Boston yes-
terday morning by the Lady
Nelson were Mr. W. |. Webster,
Manager of Moncrieffe Plantation
John and his cousin Miss M
private School Mis
They both
for medic

was



morn-

Irene




G.



Warner,
of Bellevill
to the U.S.A.
ment.

tress



went up
1 treat-

To Take Up Appointment

RRIVING by the Lady Nejson




yesterday morning from An-

tigua was Mrs. Alice Gomez who

has now come ‘to tak? up an ap-

pointment as housekeeper at th

Sea View Guest House

Retired Banker

N R. and Mrs. F.C. Cox and

their son of Canada, have

come to Barbados to settle. They

arrived yesterday morning by the

ly Nelson and are at present

at the Sea View Guest

Mr. Cox is a retired bank official.










“Sign of the times,
chap here named Penny
wants to change his name
to Shilling.”

London Frpress Service.

Attended Summer Clinics

R. and Mrs. A. W. Scott ar-
D rived by the Lady Nelson
yeste a ay frém New York. The;
left Barbados on July 4th.

York, Dr. Scott

While in Ne
attended summ clinics of the
New York Univéfsity Post Gradu-

ate hospital.

Bad Weather

FTER a brief visit to Antigua,
4 Mr. W. D. Warden, Siper-
iniendent of the Demerara Life

Company
morning by
Nelson. He said that he
St. Kitts and passed
Dominica on his way home.
was forced to spend Sunday
to bad weather.

Assurance
yesterday the
also visited
through
He

due

Shipping Manager

M*. FRANK CLERK, Shipping
Manager Steamship |
Gordon Grant &
for
ar-

of the
Department of
Co,, Ltd. Trinidad, agents
the Duteh Line of steamers
rived here on Sunday by the 8.5.

Colombie.







returned
Lady

there



Air and Sea
EAVING for the U.S.A. on
Sunday by B.W.LA. via
Puerto Rico was Mr. David Bladen,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bladen
“Edla Ville,” Chelsea Road.
David has gone to reside with his

relatives in Long Island,

x z -

of

Among the passengers
for Engiand on Sunday
Colombie on holiday were Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Weekes of “Edward |
VIII", Worthing

For Macdonald

N R. KENRICK H. C. THORNE,
LYison of Mr. Luther Thorne of
St. John’s Mixed School and Mrs.
Thorne, was »mong the passengers
leaving on Monday evening by
B.W.LA,. for Trinidad en route to
Canada via the U.S. In Canada he
will enter Macdonald College to
read for his B.Sc. (Agr.) and later
his M.Sc. ( Agr.)

An old Lodge boy, he was form-
erly on the staff of the Govern-
ment Laboratory and is a recent
eraduate of Trinidad'’s Imperial
C Mege of Tropical Agriculture.

Grenada Shorts
R. Maurice Oscar St, John,
20, a Junior Master of the
Grenada Boys’ Secondary School
and son of Mr, Edward St. John,
Foreman of “The West Indian”
newspaper, and Mrs. St. John, has

leaving |



by the; |

been awarded a three-year Science

Scholarship at Edinburgh Uni-
versity where he aims to obtain a
B.Se. degree.

Mr. Otto George, Science Mas-
ter of the G.B.S.S., returned to
Grenada last Sunday from . rt.
land where he recently gained his
degree at Bristol Universi

The Misses Patricia an “Mar-
iene Noel, daughters of Mr, and
Mrs. F, Carlyle Noel, left Grenada
last Sunday for Canada where the
former will study Home Econo-
mies and the latter Nursing at St,
‘Vineent College, Halifax.

B.B.C. RADIO
| PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,
11.15 a.m, Programme Parade,



1951
11.25











Mr. Clerk is visiting the Island a.m Listeners’ Choice, 11.456 a.m,
in the interests of the Trinidad ae tae Save 12 (noon) The
merchants and others in connec- |; io-g40 pam et cae
tion with the transhipment of per- | iihianina
ishable cargo for Trinidad and le + pm The News, aiep m imselude,
lana: . . 2c ’ ® 5pm ar me pm. ucat
Venezuela from the S.S. Coul | ine Archie, § p.m. Composer of the
gavve to the 8S. Ganymedes, the Week, 5,15 p.m. At the Opera, 6 p.m.
former being the ship in distress | Bri ~ the rare, 6.15 p.m. The
bi ane a, nm . . tritish Museum, 6.45 p.m Programme

vhich was towed in here some | Parade, 6.55 p.m. To-day'’s Sport
s ago by the S.S. Fort Towns- | 7.00—10.45 25 58M 31. 32M

rea pln iaieeisnpatitiing ir

7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m, News
. | Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Calling the West
Assistant Master | Indies, 7.45 p.m. Generally Speaking,
FTER spending part of his |® p.m Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m,
‘ a. sian pel | Serious Argument, 8.45 p.m. Interlude,
summer vacation in Mont- | » 55 p.m. From the Editorials, 9 p.m
serrat, Mr. O. H. Wiltshire, Assist- David Copperfield, 9.30 p.m. Melody
ant Master of the Parry School, yore io 45 5 x Statement of

sturne racteras oA , | Account, p.m e News, 10.10 p.m.
returned yesterday morning by | Account. 10.15. p.m, Crazy | People,

the Lady Nelson.



THE



BY THE WAY...

HERE
Charlie
pared sche dule

criticism of
carefully pre-
for the promised
fuel famine. It is asked why, if
the crisis has been foreseen,
ncthing can be done to prevent it.
Suet yesterday gave the
answer in his reasonable
way. He said: the crisis
could be averted, schedule
would be useless. But the work
done on the schedule has fore-
stalled any necessity for preven-
tive measures b; creating a
potential state * of overall prepar-

is some

Suet’s

own

“rf
the




edness, which will come into
operation when it is too late to
do anything but apply the
schedule, This takes into account,
in dealing with a state of mar-
ginal short supply, the time-lag
which is an essential feature of
all long-term planning The

schedule elastic, as

such, and












ADVENTURES OF

‘10.46 p.m, Mid Week Talk

PIPA



Pi

Copyright Var Dias lot Amsterdam



By

ferret Ramsgate gets his false
veeth, and the maneless horse of
Chippenham is given a wig, all
will be ready for a national
Animal Week drive.
A Moving Ceremony
‘IX thousand and forty mem-
bers of, an International
Youth Rally, working night and
day, have built a life-size model,
in cardboard and felt, of the
Victoria Coach Station, Inter-
preters were busy explaining, to
youths who carried out orders in
ignorance, what they were build-
ing. A Pernambuco delegate, Ro
Ari, aged eight, said: “This proves
that people of different nations
can co-operate.” Medals com-
memorating the occasion were
distributed by the Owph of
Gabora.

The Hidden





Beachcomber

Office. Here disappearing scien-

lists were kept until not claimed.
If nobody claimed them it was
held to prove that they were of
no importance, and they were re-
leased for forced labour in one of
the prisons. The Director of Lost
Scientists sat at his desk. He was
about to interrogate an English-
man in a red tie, and with a silver
hammer and sickle in his button-
hole, Round his hat-band were
the words “World Peace.” The
Director, Sztetzonhatty, was a
wary man, To test his vis-a-vis he
hummed “Rule, Britannia.” The
Englishman—for it was Driftwood-

Dawkins of M.I.—hummed back
“The Red Flag.” After this ex-
change of intellectual subtleties,
Sztetzqnhatty appeared to be re-
assured, “What have you brought
from England?’ - queried the inter-








Left : Cocktail frock by Peter
Russell in green, violet and
black striped taffeta with a
gold thread. The fringed sash
“has an added colour note of
cerise.

Some of

By BETTY UPTON HUGHES
(Lady Editor, “Auckland Star”,
New Zealand).

LONDON, August 17.

From a multitude of models
shown in the collections of the
Top Ten designers, there are al-
ways a few that stand out; a few
that earn the spontaneous ap-
plause of audiences.

Here are some that appeared in
the recent autumn collections,

Coats And Suits
Fur trims gave a snug and eie-
gant look to a number of coats
and suits. A green swagger coat
lined with nutria and with a nu-

of the smartest, and was shown
by Mattli. It was topped by an
exotic turban style hat of nutria,
banded with the green coat ma-
terial on the forehead and cover-
ing the hair entirely.

One of the, best examples of
Norman Harinell’s coats was a re-
versible brown tweed model with



beige tuxedo fronts. On the half-
belt and pockets of the accom-
panying suit gleaned gold studs.
Another smart Hartnell touch
were the envelope pockets on a
green suit worn with a dark brown
satin blouse and a swagger coat
with beaver collar and cuffs. The
lapels of the suit were designed
in similar envelope style and
buttoned down. (Illustrated)

A third coat by this designer
was a loose off-white model with
black astrakhan lining and collar
and a huge astrakhan muff. A
boy’s cap in off-white with a tall
black feather provided a saucy
accent. In countries where the
winter is not as cold as in England.
fur linings in coats would scarcely
be needed but fur cuffs, collar
and muffs would give the new
cosy look.

Cocktail Frocks

“Darling” of Peter Russell's
ccllection was a jewel-bright full-
skirted taffeta frock, striped in
green, violet and black

with ¢

lo







can be modified to meet contin- ° preter. Smuthli. “This,” said the
gencies after they have arisen, ¥ Rhinoceros (11) refugee, and produced a sausage.
without prejudice to the condi- ”™ ‘HE Lost Property Office in “It is poisonous,” he added, as he
tions obtaining at the time.” Kizfaludy-street has been saw Sztetzonhatty’s face dzrken. |
com ; onve rted into the Lost Scientists at an ill- timed est. heruse
Destructive sy. scat tabi Ms Dbisdsoectie ! . Crace exit te get out. «)
Undestructiveness . :\, ati tae tie
i ew ma c anc ag
“Home Office children’s & rf d the ? Se *; —— f7 | invalid. (¥)
A »xpert” 5 th her d uper an € orceer er | 12 Beastiv tiair and mean tyv. (4)
expe! (st) the other day 14. Por Chis may be to plunder. (3)
sounded a_ blithe. note on he: 19 Gadget a targe number take to |
trumpet. She recommended that A snake (5) |
children should be allowed to is gee ene om gist 5)
duige in undestructive destruc 20 In the electrie meter (3) ’ {
tion.” The..example sire gav 2) Obpositun 3)
a cat ee ct i 2 Thought (4)
the covering of pal 23° Motst sort of adtiwetive. (4) '
€ ipon layer of paint, and “If | 4 Has Ornduced mountain cur
) int to, let them make holes | growin (4)
; the pape What } 4 Compact reset perhaps (
he forg to ad v “They 1. Ad eit mn
' ‘ha me . sa urns wilh figures. (y)
ill then grow up withou 1 Mucked such luria dice wv)
Mibition having learned to $ Entry out of time (4)
‘press themselves without inter- ; oe an a ar a
Rieger xn ane m. . , 2 | le ground (5)
1 eurgtand. 2 as iis hind ‘ ff i 18 bows anes m tt t
ee: etna gh Rupert has spoken very horter than ever he takes off his | Die an eee
. § : | (4) ! ’
Monocles for smart Dogs ely the crab takes tright and scarf. ‘* 1 suppose I'd Fetter return | it Taken in wiats Sonate a ;
SIAMESE cat, who is evi- les into the water. “‘Oh dear, to the saucer’’ he chinks, as he | '3 Plainiy reter to. (6)
dent} omething of a am | ro find out where I¢,turns round. Then he stops | 18 peg iy 3 or ine bs vo ee
vardier, has been provided ; he murmurs “And if | suddenly, tor peering at him over a 19 Long of ¥ (4) dia by
th a blue s eve to wear by n't find out where | am, how can large boulder are five little black Solution af yesterdays purge. Across
ine } eid an) ioaee ‘ | get back to Nurwood?" Feeling faces all looking very astonished. ‘anise. 6 Shag. 4 Gav 9 Stirruy
, « < one to wear by Y 1. Ape: 25 Limp 14 Commander
ht, as the eyes of these cat ALI RIGHTS RESERVAD | isting. 28, Eats 19 Dream: 2t. Ora
ehange colour after dark. If the | Rapetioggs o came tk own: 1
=- ghnciatieniinanacsr tacit t-aleseiiat paver? 3 Solarams: o Stem, 7 Grind:
40, Inmate: 12 Poser: 15 }
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brown satin blouse.

The Top

gad thread. Spotlight
the fringed sash
side-front with
note of cerise. (Illustrated).
Digby Morton showed a chic
grey and black brocade frock with
a straight skirt and loose black
chiffon panels pleated from shoul-
der to hem on either sjde and
caught into a wide jewelled belt.
oe it was worn a tiny brocade
at,

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Evening Gowns

Posed between the parted cur-
tains of the salon, ready for her
entrance, Dolores, who has been
with Norman Hartnell for 15
years as a mannequin, made a
stviking appearance in a glam-
orous black net frock dotted
with gold coin spots. It had long
sleeves and a deep flounce on the
hem and was worn with a large
plate-like black hat,

A versatile three-piece by
Hartnell consisted of a gold lame
blouse with a draped square neck-
‘ine, worn with a short flared
black velvet skirt and also with
a long, slim gold lame skirt. Par-
ticularly lovely was a finely tuck-
ed grey tulle gown with a gath-
ered tiered effect, worn over one
of the most rustling taffeta un-

derskirts ever to breeze through
1 room.

But many of Hartnell’s famous
picture frocks were disappointing
-too many tulle bows on hoop
skirts—tco many flowers climbing
over the tull stole and crinoline
skirt of a gown appropriately
named “Garden Wall.”
Several designers showed
always graceful Grecian
One by Peter Russell was in
steel grey, pleated from neck to
hem, and it was dramatically ac-

Â¥ented with lime roses at the
waist and deep cap sleeves turned
back to reveal a lime green lin-
ing. Diamante and horsehair me-
dallion embroidery was used by
this designer on one evening
gown, the horsehair making the
embroidery stand out from the

material,
Hats

An enchanting
hat shown by Rudolph in Digby
Morton’s collection was of gold
beaded gauze made in a crescent
tassels at one

























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side.

Also by Rudolph—a huge black i,

velvet hat with a forward-tilted
fluted brim and a puff of white
swansdown at one side. A
white “Cleopatra” hat embroid-
ered with gold thread and coiled
over the ears. . .a small black
hat with a black chiffon veil
fluted at one side and an_ iri-
descent clip. ‘“‘Cherchez la femme”
seemed the right title as the
mannequin, Barbara Gealen, gaz-|
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Public Service Commission Bill Passed

5, 2958

Will Be A “Mainly
Advisory” Body

THE Legislative Counc{l yesterday passed without
debate and with minor amendments, a Bill to provide for

the constitution of a Public
ters incidental thereto.

Jf . . 3
Service Commission and mat-

Moving the second reading of the Bill, the Hon’ble

Colonial Seeretary said :

Students of English History
will remember that among the
many notable Reforms effected
dufing the halcyon days of Myr.
Gladstone’s first Ministry were
the abolition of the old system of
appointments by patronage to the
Home Civil Service and the open-
ing of the Service to competition
by public examination under the




auspices of the Civil Service
Commission. The new system
took root in late Victorian Eng-

land and has long been regarded,
like the other Gladstonian re-
forms of the Secret Ballot,
ary Education on a national bas
and so on, as a normal end natur-
al part of the daily pattern of
existence.

Broader Basis

Shortly after the end of the sec-
ond World War the Secretary of
State for the Colonies issued a
broad statement of policy in
which “inter alia’, he advocated
the establishment of Public Ser-
vice Commissions in the Colonies
for the purpose of ensuring that
Governors art afforded suitable
advice on the selection and ap-
pointment of local eandidates for
Government employment. He
did so not because he hed reason
to believe that Governors were
not carrying out these responsi-
bilities conscientiously and im-
partially, but because he recog-
niséd that there was a growing
demand, as there had been in the
United Kingdom nearly a hun-
dred years ago, for matters of
this nature to be dealt with on a
broader basis.

Prim-
s







The Secretary of State realised
at the outset that the range of
functions to be assigned to Public
Service Commissions and _ their
composition must be determined
in great measure in the light of
local circumstances, and that the
model for one territory would not
necessarily suit another. Thus in
some Commissions which have
been set up elsewhere, the com-
position was in the first instance
confined to officials and the func-
tions excluded such matters as
promotions and discipline.

B’dos Pressed

In Barbadot the Civil Service
Association has for some _ time
been pressing for the establish-
ment of a Civil Service Commis-
sion,.and at the fourth Biennial
Conference of the Federation of
Civit Service Associations which
was held in the Island in April
1950, a Resolution was passed, ac-
cepting a Regional Public Ser-
vice Commission as a practicable
beginning towards the organisa-
tion of a Unified Caribbean Ser-

vice, as recommended in the
Holmes Report.

It is one thing to agree that a
Public Service Commission is de-

sirabla, quite another to decide
how it should be constituted and
what should be its functions.
There is plenty of room for diver-

gence of opinion on the details,
but it, is imperative that there
should be agreement on the es-

sentials, which are —

(1) that the Commission must
be an impartial body, and;

(2) that it must inspire the

confidence of the public

and of the Service as a
whole.

The Bill which is before the

Honourable Council to-day is

based broadly on the Singapore

Ordinance, although there have
been several important depart-
ures from it. I propose to com-

ment briefly on some of the sec-
tions of the Bill :—

Section 3 (2). which deals with
the Constitution of the Com-
mission. The Secretary of
State considers that a small
Commission is to be preferred

The Singapore Commission has a
Chairman and two membersi
With the concurrence of the
Whitley Council, the Trinidad
model, which has a Chairma:
and not more than three other
members, has been preferred.
In some Commissions elsewhere
the Chairman is senior officer
of the Governmént Service, but the
Whitley Council pressed for his
being an outstanding and respect-
ed person from outside the Civil
yService, and this recommenda-
tion has been adopted. Much, of
course, will depend on the cali-

bre of the gentleman who is
selected as Chairman. It is, in
my opinion, imperative that at

least one of the members of the
Commission should be wall
versed in Govergment procedure
and the best traditions of the Ser-
vice, and the section provides
that at least one member shall be
at the time of his first appoint-
ment either a public officer or a
person who has been one within
the previous five years. Provi-
sion has been included for the
Civil Service to recommend suit-
able persons for appointment as
members—but not as Charman
-of the Commission

Section 5 n some Commis-
sions members hold office during
the Governor's pleasure, but
definite terms of office were pre-
ferred.

Section 8.—It is the present
intention that the Seeretary
should be the Assistant Colonial

Secretary in the Secretariat who

is in charge of Establishment
work, a2

Section 9.—In this Section there
have been substantial departures
from the Singapore model. In
Singapore, Ceylon, Sierra Leone
and other Colonies where Public
Service Commissions have been
set up the functions have been
confined to recruitment and

promotion and they are, without

exception mainly advisory in
ehatacter. In none of them has
the Commission assumed any of
the powers vested at present in

the Governor or the Secretary of

State. In Malta and Trinidad the
Commission .deals also with dis-
cipline. The Civil Service Asso-
ciation in Barbados pressed
strongly for the inclusion of
discipline among the functions of
the Commission, and Section 9

(1), as drafted, follows the Trini-
dad legislation on the subject. It
will be noted that Section 9 (1)
(a) refers only to appointments
which are within the Governor’s
power to make, although Section
9 (2) permits the Governor to
£ advice regarding what are
popularly known as Secretary of
State appointments.

No Deletion

Section 9 (4) (e) ealls for com-
ment. The Central Committee
of the Barbados Police and Fire
trigade AsSociation are desirous
that this sub-section should be
deleted, but Executive Committee,
after careful consideration of
the circumstances, and bearing in
mind that the Police Force is a
‘iplined Force standing in a





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Obituary

Mr. Clifford
Skinuer. J.P.

THE death occurred at Collins,
St. Lucy, yesterday of Mr. Clifford
Skinner formerly member of the
Vestry of that parish and planta-
tion owner.

Mr. Skinner was one of the old
school of plantation owners who
maintained the friendliest rela-
tions with those who worked
around him. He was a successful
planter and was known through-
out the island. He was fond of
cricket and during the last 50
years not a single tournament or
important fixture took place with-
out his being among the spectators.

He was highly respected in the
parish and was a member of the
St. Lucy Vestry for many years
until advanced years limited his
activities. He also served as Sheriff
for the parish at the General
Elections for many years, and was
the senior Justice of Peace in the
area, by reason of his length of
service.

In private life he was kind, and
the number of his friends drawn
from every walk of life was tes-
timony to the cWaracter he bore.
He was married and had one son
Mr. Luton Skinner, Manager of the
molasses stote of Messrs. Planta-
tions Ltd., Bay Street.

To his widow, his son and other
sorrowing relatives decpest sym-
pathy will be extended.

ESCAPED CONVICT
CAPTURED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 4.

Saywell Gordon, escaped convict
from Carrera was captured at
1 p.m. today under a house at
Laventille, two miles from Port-
of-Spain, where he went to a
woman's house to beg for food, but
was refused. Hungry, worn and
unwashed, Gordon was very much
at ease.





category of its own and governed
by the provisions of a _ special
Police Act, was unable to accede
to their request.

Section 13 (1)—Whitley Council
agreed that the principle behind
the provision was sound but con-
sidered its inclusion in legislation
undesirable, and wished to delete
both Section 13 (1) and (2).
Executive Committee took the
view that membership of the
Commission was quite incom-
patible with membership of the
Executive of the Civil Service
Association, arid being ever
mindful of the prime importance
of making it clear right from the
start that the Commission must
be above the slightest suspicion
of partiality, decided to Keep the
two sub-sections of this section
in the Bill.

I have no other comments on
the Bill in detail and [ move
that it be read a second time.












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VCREAne

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Alay”,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



St. Michael’s Vestry







Welcomes New Dean
Dean Promises

To Do His Best Arrives Here

MEMBERS oi the St. Michael’s Vestry gave the new

Dean, Dean Hazlewood, a Very

meeting on Monday.

U.C.W.1.Undergsads
Hold Meeting To
Raise Funds

GROUP OF UNDER-GRAD-
UATES of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies at Jamaica
yesterday decided raise funds
for their Common Room at the
University by holding a dance at
Y.M.P.C. on September 26
The group was not in favour of
appealing to the public for heip as
this would in some way clash with
other appeals which the public are
giving for Jamaica
The Resident Tutor of the Uni-
versity, Mr Aubrey Dougtas-
Smith, thought the idea of holding
a dance a splendid one, It is hop-
ed that the Police Band will play
at the dance.

ESIDENTS IN THE PARISH
of St. Joseph still cannot use
the Chimborazo, Cocoanut Grove
and Frizers Roads which are dam-
aged by Sunday's rain.
Frizers Road, which was under
repairs, is reported to have receiv-
ed the most damage

H WORSHIP

McLEOD
of District “A,”
Enid Parris of Nelson Street, St,
Michael guilty of violating the
Shop Closing Act on August 12

For this offence he fined her 25s
te be paid in 14 days or in default
one month’s imprisonment with
hard labour

EVERAL PIECES of
bones and parts of a coffin

were found yesterday morning
when labourers were working on
the Goodland Road. Two police-
men from the Black Rock Sub Sta-

to









MR. E. A
Police Magistrat:
yesterday found





human

of the
tively

warm welcome at their

It was his first appearance at the
Vestry as Chairman of that body.

First to speak
warden Mr. McD,
said It gives me
as Churchwarden, to weleome our
new Chairman Dean Hazlewood.
It was my privilege to be present

vas the Church-
Symmonds, He
great pleasure



t the institution and induction of
the Dean and I know from the
reputation which he bears, that
although he follows in succession
to a most distinguished line of
eminent men who have been

Chairmen of this Vestry, it is my
firm belief that he will in every
way live up to the very high re-
gard and standard set by his pre-
decessors,

Long or Short

Whether your term

Mr. Chairman, be long or short, J
do Wope that your relationship’
with this Vestry will be a most
harmonious and suceessful ene in

in office

the interest of the ratepayers of
this parish,

Mr. H. A. Tudor, Mr. E. D.
Mottley, M.C.P. and Mr. B. A,
Weatherhead spoke in similar

vein,

Dean Hazlewood replying said:
Gentlemen, I want to thank you
for your very warm welcome to
the Vestry. Nad

This Vestry is an ancient insti-
tution that has managed the affairs
parish efficiently and effec-
or many a long year.
Desirous to Learn
I am very anxious to learn and
follow in the footsteps of my
predecessors who have given their
time and thought for the good
work of the Vestry and for the
people of the parish. One of the
things I have really come here to
lo is to devote all the time I can
to the interest of the people and
ilso to help in any way I can in
looking after the affairs of the
parish,



1
€

Noble Tradition
You have here a very noble
tradition of useful and devoted
service to the public, and I am
very happy and glad today to be

tion were present as the workers #sociated with a team of men
who constantly place their time

dug up the bones : aa 5
Later in the dz the Distrie and talent at the disposal of the
Coroner ty is aa o istrict community. I shall do my best
ae ae called and the bones as time goes on, to take a large
Naetan Re ee part in the deliberations and in

Cemetery for burial

Is WORSHIP MR
MeLEOD, Police Magistrate

of District “A”, yesterday fined
Arthur Lewis and Edward Lowe~

E. A

two seamen of the steamship
Eastwave,—£6 and £4 respective-
ly for stealing a tarpaulin from

the Eastwave

The fines were to be paid forth-
with and in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour

Cpl. Murphy and Harbour Po PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 4,
lice Constable Phillips «yrested A fire in the pumphouse of
both men on the Wharf. The of- Trinidad Leaseholds Limited re-
fence was committed on Septem- finery Pointe-a-Pierre Monday

ber 3
N EGG WEIGHING 4

ounces



was laid by a hen belonging ber of the Company’s refinery. He

to Harold Grannum of “Fridheor,” js said to have recerved several

Cheapside, yesterday. The normal burns. His mother 1s living in

weight of an egg is 3 ounces Barbados. He is married and is
the father of three children

Others injured are Deodath

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Meanwhile I thank you ever so

much for your very generous wel-
come and the good thoughts about
me of which you have given ex-
pression today.

B’dian Killed In
T’dad Refinery Fire

(From Our Own Correspondent)



killed 32-year-old Barbados born
Ralph Pontifex who ; a mem-





Maharaj and Irving McLeod who
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“Lady Nelson”

The R.M.S, Lady Nelson arrived
i yesterday morning from
Canada, via the British Norther
Islands, a day behind the schedul-
cd date of her arrival

She spent two days instead of
the usuel one at Roseau, Dominica,
» aS to escape the hurricane
which was reported to have
been located in the Caribbean

The Nelson sailed into Roseau
early on Sunday and left for
Barbadc via St. Lucia on Mon-
day

A member of the Nelson's
erew said that they experienced
vigh winds and choppy seas

while the ship was in Roseau
No visitors were allowed aboard
the Nelson and passengers could

not get off until the weather was?
The ship did}

near normal again.
not discharge her
Monday.

eargo until

“About three or
sank alongside ships
harbour,” he said. “A barge with
men aboard drifted from Roseau
harbour and when the Nelson left
there nothing was heard of its
safety.”

The Nelson sailed from Bridge-
town last night for British Guiana
via St. Vincent, Grenada and
Trinidad. She is consigned to
Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co, Ltd.

four lighters
in Roseau

Ken Ablack WillBe
in B’dos Next Month

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Aug. 31.

Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Broad-
casting Adviser to Trinidad, Brit-
ish Guiana and Barbados, is ex-
pected to leave for Barbados
around the middle of next month.
This will be his first official visit
to the island.

It was understood that while
in Barbados, Mr. Ablaek will hold
diseussions with Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare officials and
he Broadcasting Adviser of
Jamaica,

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COMPULSORY
INSUBANCE

THE Leading article in this n
on Friday last pointed out that if there

wspapel

“had been compulsory Third Party Insur

ance in this island it would have been un-

necessary for the Government to have to
approach the Legislature for funds to pro-
vide compensation for two children who
had been left orphans when their mother
had been killed by a government lorry.
It further pointed out that even if there
had been no compulsory insurance govern-
ment vehicles should have carried ade-
quate coverage.

A Correspondent signing himself “Cen-
tipede” in yesterday’s issue condemns the
article as confusing two issues and taking
the wrong line in both, He characterises
the benefits of compulsory insurance as
largely mythical, admits that voluntary in-
surance would be better, and suggests that
the Government compensate

people who suffer damage or injuries by
charitable

should

grants.

It is this loose thinking which can do
irreparable harm in any community. If
it is good to have insurance at all, it should
be compulsory in order that people who
put vehicles on the roads should in
position to offer the necessary safeguards.
It is fallacious to argue that where the
injured person has been responsible for,
or contributed to, his own misfortune, in-

surance of the vehicle involved’ will not

be

ait eine oman

help and it is equally stupid to say that
compulsory insurance will increase the
rates. Compulsory insurance from the

fact that it brings in a greater number of
units for insurance serves to spread the
costs over a wider area and so tends to
reduce the rates. People in Barbados now

hesitate to insure because of the high
rates.

It might interest our correspondent to
know that the Government has under

“active” consideration a Bill to make pro-
vision for a system of compulsory Insur-
ance and is awaiting the tariff rates from
the United Kingdom.



WARNINGS

IT is useless expending huge sums of
money and organising elaborate systems of
communication to warn people when hur-
ricanes are approaching or moving about
in the Caribbean if the same people who
are to be forewarned are left to the mer-
cies of the disturbed elements.

On Saturday it was known that a hurri-
cane was moving about in the Caribbean.
In fact it passed Barbados sometime be-
tween 1 a.m. and 3 am: on Sunday. One
steamship captain at least took the pre- |
caution to take his vessel out to sea; but
people in the island slept almost unaware
that there was this danger in the area,

It is true that policemen were sent to
warn people in some areas but if the warn-
ing had been more general fishermen could
have beached their boats and saved them
from destruction. It was fortunate that the
majority of them by mere intuition did not |
put to sea as they sometimes do on Sun-
day mornings. {

There is a fallacious belief that a pub-|
lished warning that there is a hurricane in |
the area might alarm people and that it |
is no use to cause unnecessary alarm. It |
is better to alarm the few than to allow |
the many to be caught unawares and to
suffer unnecessary damage.

There is nothing which can be done to |
stave off the‘hurricane but the reason for }

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the elaborate and expensive system of
storm warnings is to let people know be-
fore it does come that danger is approach-
ing.

It was announced from Puerto Rico yes-
terday that another, the fifth hurricane, |
was located about 1,100 miles east of the
Windward Islands travelling westward or |
north westwards; and that another had hit
Jamaica,

"It is no use waiting until the hurricane |
is upon us or has passed to let it be known |
merely on the excuse that Barbados was |
not directly in its path. People should
know when it is coming so that they can |
take precautions. j



Our Readérs Say





INTERNATIONAL



LORD ROWALLAN
Park, Essex, Englan)!,
sadors. High Commissioners
scouts from Britain,

and

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PATROL

scouts from nearly 40

_

CAMP.

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the Chief Scout, opened the London International Patrol Camp at Gilweli
Iie arrived there by helicopter and landed in a circle consisting of Ambas- -
countries,
Sudan and Kenya get together round the field kitchen,

all over the world. Here

EXPRESS

SCOUTS SPEAK TO
THEER RELATIVES

LOND N AULZUSt 27.

Radio
have been humming the pi few
days with the ci Scouts
attending the London Internation-
al Patrol Car
ed? Definitely. 5S
broadcast | rclic
in their own home town
is the first time any
able t ve a few word
with h ountryfolk ‘while he
thou
inter

vorid



ter of



Unprecedent-



they're

been



Secret he ¢ me
the Radio Societ

of an
tent at
where

amateur

Gilwell Park La





nesaay
an hour so far when the te
hasn’t
of the
ing to
home country

The camp has beer
open the ord
Rowallan, on a few manutes
before Scout ere back at the
tent And ” Lord
Rowallan himself went along te
what. it all about. He
there 1 German Scout
made contact th a i
teur
the two “chewed the fat’, to use
iteur’s term.

been crow
250 oversea Scouts w nt-

get “on the air” to their

declared

by Chief Scout, 1

afterw

got just



alma-

in Germany, id



a strictly radio an

Lord Row
told the 650 §
the opening
held to create fi
mended the ide radio tent
as still another medium for build-
ing up internat
He signed the lio log and wer
on with his tour of inspection

, earlier, had
sembled for
mborees were

endship, com-



of the

onal goedwill

beloi
Chingf

wher

Equipment bei ust
tk radio amateur
the London ubur
camp stands, wet t
selve are givi
make the radio con
Scouts. If a Scout know
ticular call n of a radio
friend in the West Indie
tralia, Africa or wherever
comes from, t mun ¢
and lets th o chat awhile, If
a Scout ha » rad iteur
friend, a eneral ca i put out
te his counu 1 he
a talk wilt a strange
least, it’s someone from

Since the Scouts moved





men them-
their time to
icts for the
s the par-
umateur
AN
he
all him

ar

ean hay
But, at

home

to Gil-







well Park after
the homes of

a week in
London Scouts, 23
cecuntries have been spoken. to.
have been calls to India,
Barbados, Belgium, Brit-
Guiana....even to Japan,
which is represented at the camp
by 16-year-old Shinichire Uashi-
ma, of Osaka

almost

inere
c lon,
ish



tent is not the only

The radio
r out of the

to come





t camp
Lord Rowallan himself provided
nother by arriving there ok
to open the jamboree in a heli-
copter,

s arranged through British
n Airways set the



and

c



Scout scanning the skies long be-
fore the helicopter came beating
in over the park. It plopped
down before, a_ semi-circle of
thrilled lads who rushed in to
welcome him as soon as_ the

whirling
stopped,

overhead propellers had

And it was Rowallan’s

Lord

first trip in a helicopter. He saw

colourful assembly where tur-

ns, fezes sombrerors and close-
liiting fur caps of the overseas
Scouts cor trasted with the British
khaki hats.

Lord Rowallan, kilted and
bronzed, was carried iri a cere-
moniat chair, mounted on long

poles and covered with a brighte
coloured blanket, high on the
shoulders of eight Rover Scouts
te the reception tent,

A little later, the Scouts formed



up in patrol flag-bearers of 35
countries at their head, and
marched into the main ground for
t velcome. He told them: “You
ire not here to show the soli-
lari of democratic youth, but

make friends. That calls for

ling each other and the



t that can be achieved is
o meet together on a common
yasis, no matter from what coun-

ry you com.





“You who have come from other
‘ountries are getting that under-
standing by staying in the homes
of our London Scouts where the
pirit of a people is to be found.”

Lord Rowallan, an extremely
popular figure among Scouts, said
he hoped they would take back
with them happy memories of
meetings and happy friendships

that would last all their lives
He declared the camp open wit!
& wish of happy camping, happ)
memories, good scouting and goo
brotherhood.” Whereupon, ih
Scouts lifted up their many-stylec
and many-coloured hats to give
him three cheers.

Then the Scouts dispersed te
their patrol camp-sites, set neatly
about the tree-studded park which
overlooks the long, hazy sweep o.
London.

The camp itself is divided int
a headquarters and seven sub-
camps each representing one o

the London Scout a
individuality, these sub-camps art
sited to correspond with then
positions in London and each con-

eas. To give

tains a representation of some
physical feature in the area. Foi
instance, the North West sub-

camp is in the north west corner | path, and possibly did not batten down)
*\ tightly,

of the camp and its entrance has
an arch gaily painted with ani-
mals, with half a dozen or so other
animals painted on plywood scat-
tered about its foot.

This tented village, where boys
from all over the Commonwealth
mingle with lads from most other
parts of the world, has nearly all
the facilities of an ordinary vil-
lage. Besides their own
station, the Scouts have a market,
television tent, bank, post office,

photographer, tea and rest tents,|
a hospital, their own interpreters) again,

and camp newspaper.

Any Scout jamboree wouldn't
be complete without camp fires at
night. And this camp has a good
share. There was one on Thurs-
day, another tomorrow night :
and a last one to wind up the
camp on Friday night, August 31.

This last get-together will be
watched, through television, by
thousands of Britons. They wil

be taken right to the fireside anc
will “sit in” on the colourful torch-
light procession of all nations.

And on September 1, there wil
be a closing ceremony and the
Scouts will pack up to go home
te all parts of the gl_be. Be-
tween their experiences in Austrii
at the rather rain damped worlc
jamboree and the fun they are
having at the London-organised
camp, they should have plenty tc
talk about.



Changing Ideas
fi Kmpire

(IDEAS AND 'TDEALS OF THE
BRITISH EMPIRE by Sir
Ernest Barker, Cambridge
Univ. Press 5/-)

Reviewed by
KE. B. TIMOTHY

Aug

appe

LONDON,
book _ first
In this new ec

Frnest Barker 1
») fara ble, t

to dat In
he nas ueceeded
of he lack
ish colonial petit



This
1941

ha
bring it
matter of

{t i

of discu

tried
up
India,

1 measure
ion of Brit-
n academic

}

poss





ould not



igi rl I t re-

vise also his section in Indirect

stimulates
tures which



pire’, the









thethe fact that it



world has known, and finds as
characteristic feature of
modern empires that they in-
volve “culture, contact and con-

flict?
Perhaps the most interesting
is that which deals with



the modern conception of the
British Commonwealth, a subject
much written about in recent
years, but Seldom so lucidly,
After discussing the export of
ideas, legal and political, from
Britain to her colonies, and the
history of “Dominion status”, Sir
Ernest asks what is now left as
a link between sovereign mem-|
hers of the QGommonwealth. He
points out that there is not in a
strict sense one Crown, but
several (celebration of the pre-
sent King’s succession took place
cn different dates in three differ-
cnt parts of the Commonwealth).
arrives at the conclusion
that “Dominion status, whether
considering the Crown,
or the courts, is
depends on the

And he

we re
or parliaments,





Current understanding or con-
vention about its nature at any
given time.” This, to many

people, would seem to evade the
issue, But it is impossible to
challenge it.

Of importance to the current
development of political theories
about the colonies, is a discussion
on the British attitude to federa-
tion, Suggestions are currently
made for an “Imperial Parlia-
ment” or some gort of federal
structure for the Commonwealth
But in contrast to the French,
the British see as the ideal for

the constituent parts of the Com-|Bustamante,

monwealth the exercise of
sovereignty by each part through
its own chosen representatives, It
is curious that, for example, the
Canadians, no less than Eas
African nationalists, would find it
a federal structure for the Com

onwealth a threat to liberty. As
Sir Ernest points out, the dgvelo
ment of modern means of
munication has done nothing to
alter this attitude,





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Council Pass Pioneer Ind

@ From page i

which it is now necessary for i
Island to face. ; 7
_ The Four Points
First, the present very high cosi
of capital equipment which make:
it problematic whether a new en-
terprise will be able to earn
enough to justify the jocking up
of capital in new and untried
areas, Second, whereas a genera-
Uon ago companies establishing
themselves in Colonial areas were
able to pass through their experi-
mental years with low or eyen
negligible rates of taxation, such
is no longer the case and there
is obviousiy litthe inducement to
take the initiative in developing
new areas if the rates of taxation
in those areas are as high as those
prevailing in economically more
mature areas.
_ Third, there is
tion that in many ways the out-
look tor new industrial ventures
is insecufe, and even manufa
ing concerns with estal
markets are very chary of em-
barking upon the kind of relative-
ly small scale units which would
be adapted to conditions in this
Island unless they can be assured
of substantial inducements to
come here.
Finally

the considera-





: there is the considera-
tion that Jamaica and Trinidad
have been for some years past
offering inducements which tend
to attract tu those Islands indus-
tries which might otherwise have
been drawn here.

Honourable Members
member that a Pioneer
(Encouragement) Bill, based on
similar legislation in Jamaica,
passed the House of Assembly to-
wards the end of 1949, but was
not passed by the Honourable
Council because the income tax
coneessions which were contained
in the Jamaica Bill were omitted
from the Barbados Bill and it was
felt that without them the Bill
would be useless as a means of
encouraging new industries,

The Bill which is before the
Honourable Council to-day is the
same as the Bill that w intro-
duced before, with the very im-
portant exception that in Clause 8
of this Bill i -lief from income tax
is allowed for a period of five
years by setting off one-fifth of
the permitted capital expenditure
against income arising from the
pioneer industry, capital ex-
penditure being defined in section
8 (4) as such sum as the Com-
missioner of Income Tax is satis-
fled the pioneer manufacturer has
expended in purchasing material
plant, etc, for establishing the
pioneer industry.

No Comment

Section 5, which relates tc relief
from package tax and Customs
duty, is the same as the equiva-
lent section in the former Bill.

I do not propose to comment on
the other sections of the Bill,
which are described clearly and
succinctly in the printed “Objects
and Reasons.” I merely wish to
add that, while the Bill may not
be perfect, and may conceivably
have to be amended in the future
in the light of future events, it Is,
in my opinion, important that it
should reach the Staiute Book
without further ado.

Ia conclusion, let me advert for
one moment to the passage 1n His
Excellency the Governor’s Address
at the opening of the present
Session of the Legislature when
he stressed, in speaking of devel-
opment priorities, “that economic
development—the development of
production— should be given its
proper places at the head of the
queue, for without the fulfilment
of its purpose, viz., a greater na~
tional wealth, there can be little
hope of substantial development
of social services and the higher
standard of living which the com-
munity seek.”

Sir, this Bill represerts a not.ble
move in the direction of economic
development, and I move that it
be read a second time.

Hon’ble Dr. A. 8S, Cato said that
it was agreed that it was impera-
tive that they industrialise and
support those industries as far as
possible in their initial and diffi-
cult stages.

There was one aspect of the
bill to which he invited attention
however. He wanted to know
whether any provision had been
made by which the terms of that
bill might become applicable or
rather by which certain industries
might be deemed pioneer industries
which had been established re-
cently but before that bill had
been passed by the Legislature.

He thought that it would be a
tax on courage and initiative if
people whe had tried to establish
pioneer industries were not given
consideration for having done” so
without the help of the pioneer
industries bill and the advantage
given to those who had sat back
and had waited. for the passing of
such a bill before embarking upon
the establishment of such indus-
tries.

will re-
Industries







A Suggestion

He had been told thst it was
outside the competence of that
Council to,amend the bill but he
would throw out the suggestion
that Government prepare some
amending legislation so that peo-
ple who had shown initiative a)
energy it establishing industries
should not be penalised and those
who had sat by and awaited leg-
islation of that sort, helped

Hon'ble V. C. Gale said that the
bill was long overdue and he wa
plad to see that it had come up for
consideration toebe placed on the
Statute Book of the island.

Perhaps some industries that
might have been started here were
started in other islands because
the bill before them was not yet
on the Statute Book, It was law
in Trinidad and Jamaica and now
that it was passing into law here
it should induce investors to es-
tablish pioneer industries here,

He invited attention to section
4 of the bill which reid:—

4. (1) The Gowernor-in-Execu-
tive Committee, on the application
on or before the thirty-first day
of December, 1952, of any person
who is desirous of establishing a
pioneer factory in this Island for
the purpose of manufacturing an
pioneer product, if he is satisfied
that it is expedient in the public
interest so to do, and in particular









having regard to the number of
pioneer f es alread) tablish-
ed or about to be ¢ blishe

the mar cture f i Y
produc ot outpu

ticipate

cret

gon to be pione

in relation to a pioneer factory
and pioneer industry specified in
such order with effect from such
date as may be so specified.

Hon'ble V. C. Gale said that to
fix the date when persons might
be declared as pioneer manufac-
turers as 1952 might work a hard-
ship. To his. mind 1952 was too
short. The year 1951 was more
than halfway through and it was
roughly only a year that was
given persons in which to work
along those lines.

He wanted to know if the
Hon'ble Colonial Secretary could
enlighten him on the matter.

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
“tary said that the bill was draftea
according to the Jamaica bill. It
had been drafted in 1949 but had
not been passed. Now that it had
been brought back in 1951 the date
should be advanced to 1954. He
intended to move an amendment
later in the day that 1952 be
deleted and 1954 be inserted in its
place.

Hon'ble F. C. Hutson saw no
need for the insertion of any date
at all. So far as he was concerned
he would like to see it made in-
definitely.

With regard to water supply he
was wondering whether any pion-
eer factories in the vicinity of the
Belle Pumping Station would be
able to get water at a rate less
than 6Uc. a thousand gallons since
they had been told that when the
new machinery is installed there
that it will be cheaper to lift the
water. He suggested that there
might be a sliding scale.

He thought that there should be
included in the list of duty free
items any materials that might
have to be imported to assist in
the manufacture of a product. In
Puerto Rico he knew there were
instances where certain materials
had to be imported to help with
the manufacture of the finished
article in the Pioneer Industries
list and a similar thing should be
done nere.

The Hon’ble the Colonial Secre-
tary’s amendment with regard to
the substitution of 1954 for 1952
was passed and the bill given its
third reading and passed.



Haynes Tells Of
St. Andrew Roads

Mr. J. A. HAYNES, Junior Mem-
ber for St. Andrew, yesterday
asked for an adjournment of the
House of Assembly for five min-
utes tc discuss “The deplorable
conditions of the St. Andrew roads
and bridges due to floods and land
slides.”

His motion was seconded by his
colleague Mr. Gill who suggested
that Government should consider
the possibility of extending the
King Street Road in St. Simon’:
down through the Walkers Cart
Road and from there to Walkers
Main Road. This he put forward
so that in the event of the Hag-
gatt Bridge being broken down
again, people of the parish would
still be able to get through Turn-
ers Hall to the Main from Hag-
gatt to Bridgetown.

The Leader of the House, Mr.
G. H. Adams said that the two
members for St. Andrew: should
have waited until the member who
looked after that matter was there
They could have said something
beforehand so that—if they wanted
a reply—information could have
been got and there would have
been a reply given. He told of how
Government was thinking over
plans concerning the roads in St.
Andrew.

Mr. L. E. Smith and Mr. Dow-
ding said that the Department of
Highways and. Transport were
somewhat to be blamed.



The “Countess” Hits
Chamberlain

At about six o’clock yesterday
evening the lighter “Countess”,
owned by Messrs Plantations Ltd.,
struck the Chamberlain Bridge
and damaged it. The authorities
were notified and soon afterwards
instruction were given that the
Bridge should be closed to traffic
and pedestrians.

This caused many traffic jams
in Trafalgar Square as motorists,
who were unaware of the incident,
headed towards the Cnamberlain
Bridge. Occasionally one or two
pedestrians sneaked across the
Bridge and took no notice of the
warning.



IN THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY «:

COUNCIL

Legislative Council
pan. yesterday

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secretary
laid the Civil Establishment (General)
(Amendment) No. 2 Order, 1951

The Council concurred in the follow-
ing resolutions :

Resolution to place the sum of
$15,000 at the disposal of the Governor-
-in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part {, Current,
os shown in Supplementary Estimates
1951—52, No. 22, which form the sched~-
ule to the Resolutions.

Resolution to place the sum of
$2,525 at the disposal of the Governor-
in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part I, Curren
as shown in the Supplementary Esti
ates, 1951—52, No. 19, which form the
schedule to this Resolution

Resolution to place the sum of
$1,625 at the disposal of the Governor-
in-Exerutive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951—52, Part I, Current,
as shown in Supplementary Estimates
1951—52, No. 21, which form the sched-
ule of the Resolution

The Council passed
amendments :

Bill intituled an Act to encourage
the establishment and development of
new industries and to make provisions
for, the granting of certain relief from
package tax on customs duty and in-
tax to persons establishing factor-
ies in connection with such industries
and for purposes incidental to or con-
nected with’ any of the foregoing pur-
poses

Bill
the constitution
Commission and
thereto

The Council began consideration of
and postponed a Bill té amend the
Saint Lucy's (Barbados) Loan Act, 1949
1950-6)

The Council postponed consideration
yf a reply to the Governor's Message No.
28/1951 regarding the establishment of a
Club and Centre in London for West
Indian St

The met at 2,00



with minor

come

intituled an Act to provide for
of a Public Services
matters incidental









also postponed a resolu-





POSTPONE RESOLUTION
FOR CAR PURCHASE

AFTER a debate lasting one hour and 75 minutes on

a $7;800 resolution to give the Governor a state car, thes

House of Assembly yesterday got no further than reporting
progress to the Speaker on that matter. !

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) moved that progress be reported
and his motion was carried by the majority vote of twelve
to two. Mr. Adams, Leader of the House, in seconding Mr.



PAGE FIVE







ustries Bill =

_ ASTHMA

Bad Roads ‘Threaten
St. Andrew Parish d
How to ease the strain in 3O seconds!

THE HON'BLE F. C. HUTSON at yesterday's meeting
{ the Legislative Council, drew honourable members atten-

for breath, one Ephazone
tablet slipped in the mouth eases the



to the deplorable state of the roads and bridges in St.
irew following the heavy rains which one has been
experiencing. .

Tite Hon'ble Colonial Secretary promised the Council







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Garner’s motion, said that he did so in order to make fur-" , : : } strain quickly and effectively. Remer-

ther inquiries. hat he would bring the matter to the attention of the ther: iain aidan: the avec Which { “yh

‘ . . . » . < re syste hic

Mr. Adams (L) said that in- that they would not yoie more Director of Highways and Transport and the Executive ee ieee ‘ : =e > %

quiries were made at local firms of than $6,000. He was not preparea Committee } cuetiuies The. tigpest, Ganeey S080 art}
i é . a ’ a _ !
what would be the price of a let down the Leader of the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson said: “Sir: Apart from tie inconvenience Asthma \ /
suitable car. He pointed out that Upposition as that was done with You remember that recently I to the thousands of people wh« Ephazone contains several heal V4
conditions had changed since they “i consent of the entire party. Was appointed a member from live there, the cost of rehabilits ents which dissoive the stran tiling tnd
i the figures and motor Mr. Mottley said ; is Council on the Sc ; Be eee AA te atta” beer 7 Se Lee ct a

were given : : : ey said that he could ‘''s uncil on the Scotland Soil tion will be colossal because tw<« germ-laden ace as the pe
cars had gone up in price. not, however, vote for $7,800. He Conservation Board and while out of every three bridges you + \ :

The addendum of the resolution, Suggested if the matter were post- that Board has not yet met, f see are in “danger of the sam brene pay Suavety ane. le this way pron tra CORY, normal breathing.
he said, pointed out the way how poned, Government should con- ¢, ok ae opportunity of visiting thing happening. The Ephazone treatm is so sample too! Nothing to inject
they arrived at the figures that sider the possibility of buying an E ae two or three times It is a very serious situatior nothing to inhale. No matter low swifdy or unexpectedly the
they were then presenting to the American car which was roomy Seana i ws J think it is my and I am going to ask the Hon'ble attack comes, there is always tim thina with Ephazone.
House. enough and could be bought locally \vhat 1} report to this Council Colonia] Secretary if he could} For rapid relief fran Asthma, 1 1B 4 :

Mr. Haynes (E) said that he was !0r $4,800, coming via Belgium. ,y oxiventiate ee ro see that the entire resources o8| always ke oe od ly of } in hand ee ove
in agreement with the Governor a eer | eee nee iew of the Department of Highways and | a= SOR ty BEALS ane?
having the car, but the House was , Mr. Reece (E) said that it was mt anes last Wednesday tanspert and such equipment as
told that the present Government's regrettable that the name of the and had. the prmieetutied: ce cca they have, should be put on those | FOR ASTHIAA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
policy was that they would not ém- waa been mentioned in ; i at several hvlieen. and St. Andrew roads without delay t 1g
ark on any expenditure until + 5 various parts of the road where . ye 5 a WP Fr
the fiscal survey is made in an- cae ‘AWestion, he said, was rivers are encroaching rapidly. Staff, Equipment g yo ¥ S$
swer to his question in the House o ee state car should be pur- After the heavy rain on Friday, If they have not got the neces- oak hs Shen} saves
as regards the East Coast Road. chased or not. If bought, it would’ 1 went back again to see what ‘ary Staff and equipment, then | Sold by all re.) : if any ditdoulty, write to:

be used for state 30. Tis
Mr. Adams “‘atervened saying ate Dube te
yin8 Excellency would no doubt con-

that the Hon, Junior Member ior
St. Andrew was going wrong. He
7 : erson: eds
was reminding him that what the P ea sha ittea:' tiekan)
a 5 ae aad é \e zeader
pt po ital aes of the Opposition, Mr, Wilkinson, ‘
. a. eee ; re had agreed to the principle of pur
would be made until the fiscal sur- chasing a state c ware, Byes
vey is made. asing a state car and had said

tinue to use his own car for his ‘

He said that the resolution was ee $6,000 was enough for the :
accepted when it was brought to PTV OSe The members of the

. Opposition would s . ‘

the House and a token vote for a Support the .

acquisition of a state car, he said,

dollar was there. :
and the only question then was

Mr. Haynes said that his point

of the imperial power to divide and rule, *
Down through the years when- ‘
ever the Colonial Office has sug-

passed by the majority
House, and in as much as it was
changed, he felt that the House

to get very far because the bridge





should be taken to obtain
If that is not done, there

steps

them A. §, BL YDch & SONS LTD,
em.

r 4 40%, Dvidgetown,

had happened. I was not able







pproaching Belleplaine was se- would be very serious trouble in ER nth Se TT Ne
verely damaged and it was that part of the island.
impossible to pass. That Sir, is Morgan Lewis Hill was nearly
nly one bridge out of many impassable on Wednesday and: it
hich, in my view, if not serious- 45 possibly, quite impassabl



iy damaged already, will undoubt- ow.
diy be damaged before this impassable. Walkers Bridge is it
ainy season is over unles deplorable condition. I feel

that there is
and the
up at

no time to be
matter
once

about it as lost
taken

staff

omething is done
oon as possible.

SHERLOCK

should be

and the entire

Slippery Crossing

The bridge at Lakes is alsc |
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put on the job in an effort to at}

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hick mud and water which made losing no time No characters in Engli§h litera-



in bringing the matter to the

: . . the price of same r \
was that whether it was $7.800 or z oo ae Ra : least save what can still be saved HOLMES
$78,000, the resolution should be », The Hon. Leader of the House I would not weary honourable Hon, R. Challenor said: 1 think | \ .
postponee ad expressed the wish that the embers with — an) detailed jonourable members would like , |
s Committee should report progress, G¢s¢™Ppuon of what I saw, but ine to thank the “Hon'ble Mt I
Mr. Alider (L) said that he he said. He was supporting the ‘here are one or two things jfutson for bringing to the notice
strongly objected to the resolution ™0tion in the hope that when the hich I think I should mention. ¢F the Council to-day and sirin 2 | SELECTED STORIES
when the House discussed it some TeS0lution came into Committee * happen to notice in a reply to }i, views on the — situatior in| a .
time ago. The resolution at that 984M, a figure would have been 7 question asked in the Other <1" Andrew due to the heavy |
i ay arrived at by the Executive wnist, | ace that a temporary crossing "oo °: w. due 10 Me neavy |
time calied for $7,200, he said, and uchIa be ar executive which had been arranged for the peo- ‘@ins in the Scotland _ District. | b
the majority of the House reduced iit ia? by all parties ,j0 at Lakes and Corbins. There is no doubt that the} y
it by $600. The new resolution was , 1 should like honourable mem- *tuation is very serious and |
war Ti cab ea - roe which on Crawford said: “I regard €™ to see that temporary Prempt action is necessary. \
was $1,200 more than the amount the introduction of this Resolut rossing. It is approached by a ; a sii i ‘
the majority of the members of the to provide the Govind ee vath through a oar oee of a field i am aor eee keen grateful Sir Arthor Conan
House agreed to. $7,800 State car as illustrative of ‘! ¢#nes and consists of two vo = Mr. Hutson for the Dovle
He said that the Administration the evils of colonialism. An ex- )!Nks across each other, On ao een re has taken, not only | A
changed the resolution which was @Mple of how easy it is for the ‘'iday, they were covered with Peale oe Hes evoations “Ser |
Limself, |
|
members

gested giving the Governor of
this poles a State car the hon.
t } a ‘ members on my left who repre-
tion has been changed”, he -nid, sent the Conservative interests
“but because the Hon. Senior and who ruled this country for a
Member for St. Joseph suggested generations have always refused '

should have the power to discard
it. “Not only because the resolu-



planks without any hand rail on

hia skill, I think it deplorable for

hem very. slippery. : ture since those in the great
1 watchéd a man carrying a ‘tice of honourable Dickens gallery have taken so
bag of sugar across those two and the general public, firm a hold upon the British and

The Hon'ble Colonial Secretary
said: I too am very grateful to
the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson for bring-
ing this state of affairs to my
notice and I would make it my

n imagination as Sherlock
and Dr. Watgon. They

Americ
Holmes
have, indeed, been elevated above
the level of fiction and into the
realm of mythology where





wheel barrow. While I admire

nyone to live in Barbados in

hose conditions without anything the

that conditions have changed since to provide it. To-day, when being done about it. duty to bring it to the notice of | learned and the simple meet on
the last time we discussed it.” he others are running the country, I am aware something bad been the Director of Highways and} equal footing, The present selec-
said. they are willing to do so. Why-is done to the bridge at Lakes since ‘Transport ‘ 1 the best
Mr. Allder said that the Head of this? Merely in order to curry the rains last February, but it

the Administration already had favour with the head of the did not stand up very long. Holmes volumes, including one
two cars. He remarked that- the @dministration in the hope that, There used to be a field of canes the longer hooks, The Sign of
Administration, headed by the should the occasion arise he will there a few months ago, now or three weeks ago, I sought leave | Four, in its logical, place among s
Governor, often told them thet not be completely unmindful of there is complete devastation and cf the Council to deal with al the other chosen tales.

they could not find money to carry __the policies of the Government {

out schemes which were valled Party clash with those interests,



their interests if—as may happen ganes would

not be grown On resolution for funds in order that

hat spot again. the Director of Highways and









£0 The river which used to be 20 Transport could proceed with |
Mr. Adams said that the House . “Moreover, it is an open secret 4 - feet wide is to-day hun- urgent road and bridge work in | WE HAVE IF AT
had passed a token resolution 2 = a occasion gt the last oe een harp ae poaeen St. Andrew. |
whic! as a : eneral Election, the British offi- .™ LES | otUe) Wits ? } y ‘ATE
Teacher tae tae weiceteat > dio. cials in the colony openly and atin 9 places and it is even The reason I sought permission } ADV a A i K
cuss the resolution then unreservedly threw the weight of & ng worse. of the Council to proceed with! 47" ’
; their position on the side of the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson at this the resolution at that time was that | & r ATION ERY
Mr. Allder, continuing, said that *@peur Party.” ae te tothe - damage: 1¢ was held-up in other places and : : 7
the cost of running Government ‘ eee ees a Barba- feat ive eee ae i ieee f w ¥ as a ue the work
evr 4 é an ms Ss, Sé , rawford, were in 185 sda) an ac “ 4 should star before the rainy e
etetees - years ago was mortal fear of the defeat of the he had seen it ain on Friday season was upon us. I sit the a & Sea has eh el oa m= -” bs o
, and that was when tne Labour Party at the last election. and the bridge was utterly im- frst to admit that money is one 2 r
present Government had not a_ It was regrettable that at this passable thing, but the work ‘done is Just Arrived:
majority in the House. The figure stage in the constitutional devel- another.

had increased to $40,000 since the opment of the colony, when the

FRESH SHIPMENT OF

Colossal Costs

jon. G.
“I feel” said Mr. Hutson, “that sie Pe

B. Evelyn said: I am

and the tion is the first to draw
Committee at the earliest oppor- | stories from the several Sherlock
tunity.
1 must mention that only two | of

present Government got a major- Governor was almost merely a very glad that the Hbn’ble Mi » ‘ 'e' a
ity, he said. rubber-stamp, there should be the situation would have to be ee iat 4 7 , ; A
He said that Government ser- this saddling of the taxpayers faced immediately, There is no Vag ee matter up. i URN q BEGD WS s
vants in the lower brackets were With this unnecessary burden in question of putting it off. The ~ oer, OF a oat RT eTNae oe B
het getting increases in their Order only to please the Britis reason why I have not asked for bare AS ie ial ang mbes are ALSO
wages. commensurate with the OMicialsin their midst and the the motion in the usual way is DOW Waster on SCAG ae ee ‘ ‘ > wD ’ ‘
the resolution be postponed for ,“! recall that up to 1947 the delay in the matter. Unless the "0 definite reason, someone de-
five vears. Conservatives refused to give any situation is handled very drasti- cided that Henry’s Lane should pe ‘
Mr. Haynes said that he would State car; the most they would do cally and immediately, the par- be improved. They worked on

was to give a policeman as chauf- j
feur, in order to prevent the Gov- j
ernor’s employing one. Now that ,
the Governor only reigns at Gov-
ernment House but has no respon- |
sibility in the formutatiun of
Government policy, we increase
his emcluments Frankly,

second a motion coming frorg the
Hon. Senior Member for St. John
if he could word it along the
lines of the suggestion -that he
threw out when he (Mr. Haynes)
first spoke.

Mr. Allder then moved the post-
ponement of the resolution for six

now
>'* that the Secretariat ha been |
pa, ea rg gay ao divided up with a competent

Member for St. Andrew seconded,
Mr. Mottley (E) said some time
earlier this year a resolution for
$7,200 came before this House for
the purchasing of a car for the use see no reason for the retention of |
of the Governor on state oc- both the offices of Governor and |
casions. Cclonial Secretary.”
The Oppesition then agreed, he
said, to a token vote of a dollar,
their Leader expressing the view

Assistant Secretary in charge of
eacy Department, and with the
political constitution of the colony
at the stage at which it is, I can

“Let us compare the salary of
the Governor of a_ small colony
like this with that of the Governor |
of a big American State:
“The Governor of Illinois, with |

capital Chicago one of the

richest cities in the world, with a

HOUSE total annual revenue of $727,000,-
000 only pays its Governor an

me's Bb , annual salary of ae pO

When the House of Assembly me ae Hi aT > $48,000,-
nessee, with a revenue 0} ,000,
bie Mr, Adams laid the following 000 pays a salary of $8,500, New

The Civil Establishment (General) York City itself with a total |
(Amendment) No. 2 Order, 1951, ; annual revenue of $727,000,000 |
atin yeas advances, for payment of only pays its Governor $25,000 |

He gave notice of a Resolution to per year salary. But in this little |
approve the Order entitled “The Civil ] x 4 place, with a one-crop|
eet peeneraly | (amandment) economy and & number of under-
ernor-in-Executive Committee on the fed people, with a total annual
0th day of August, 1951, under the pro- revenue of around $10,000,000, w«
visions of section 3 of the Civil Estab- pay a salary of $14,440. In addi-
TN Sestined make it lawful for tion, we give a duty allowance of
the Governor-in-Executive Committee $4,800; we have now agreed to pay }
to lease to the Vestry of the parish of domestic staff, fuel and light with
St. George a parcel cf land formerly the Governor contributing a mere
part of Carmichael plantation, situate at
El‘erton in the parish of St. George and
containing by admeasyrement five acres,
two roods for the purpose of establish-





This is what we pay a British offi- |
cial in a poverty-stricken colony

ing a playing field. like this.
A Resolution to place the sum of.
$40,020 at the disposal of the Governor- Mr Crawford said that hi
Mr. re s 1

in-Executive Committee to supplement
the Estimates, 1951-52, Part I, Current,
as shown in the Supplementary Esti-
mates, 1951—52, No. 23, which form the
Schedule to the Resolution

criminal waste of public funds
Only last week, he said, one reud
Dr. Cummins gave notice of a Bill to in the newspapers that children
amend the Old Age Pension Act, 1937. ,of the elementary schools in St

regarded this resolution as |
The House passed a Bill to make pro- Thomas could not reagh the ae

ea the protection of wages of bition standard for entering int
A Billi to amend the Labour Depart- Cur second grade schools; so low
ment Act, 1943. had the standard of elementary
an ae to amend the Naturalization education in the colony fallen |
‘A’ Bill to amend the Cinematograph (ind the reasons for this fall
(British Films) Act 1935 Last year the Director of Educa-

A Resolution to approve of the ex- tion reported to the Government

change by the Executive Committee of 4 ie 7 7 », a0)
a parcel of land situated in the City of that his department needed 6( \
Bridgetown and vested in them for a odd new elementary teacherg in}












parcel of land the property of Mrs order to cope with the number
WTA itenatatiens to approve of the o at the schools. The Govern- }

4 ove oO e com- . v ida >e
pulsory acquisition by the Governor-in- ment refused to provide these
Executive Committee of one rood seven needed teachers on the ground |
perches of land adjoining the lands of }
St. Christopher's Girls’ School in Christ @ On Page 7
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| Tender will be received by the under . if
between 8 30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death ' word on Sundays, —_—_———__ : , : From 5 From Page 5 |
Notices only after 4 p.m ; ROCK HALL PLANTAZION, St. Peter. | fr “Nytore musty at aeons ned e Page 6 e 1 OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
! Offers will be received by the owner G s — we > ze taking six , ithat ii couldn't afford to fi s 4
: } AUTOMOTIVE Méitman up ¢ ban sae | St. Andrew up to Tuesday, September g six months to re~| ¢ afford to furnish| 4
DIED ' : ‘© September 1! 2.9.si—dn | Uth, The building is 40 feet long x 10! iired hem The same Government} Gonies must tee rie
7 { CAR—1951 Hillman Saloon, green rete } ft. wide with a shed gallery approx | eall attention to the at slute |“ uld now find $7,800 to pravide eave From ae es
REID: On September 4th. 1951 at her | with red upholstery condition ‘as new BY Public campetition at the office | mately 5 ft. wide along the entire |), 64 staan © abso’ ithe Governor wit a car, The “TAC a Barbados
Hall, st Gitcnnel, Maine _“ Apply: Ralph A. Beard, Lower Bay|of the undersigned on Friday the Tin | bvlding. 3 SKINNER th < eeey > ee Sete is, [SUM Of $7,800 would pay 20 new “SCHOLART i sth Aue tee
Red, tek Pome LUMENS Budocat street, Din! sate. 5°9.51—3n September 1061 at. 2 p.m. a stonewall | Pe SO = ng . ae are a o teachers for their first year; and|§'S’ ugpy ECTOR” acer 1& men ees: ee
dwelling house t QD i .. 2 * Brace, oo em are sim j aw ae S . 1° SELE Averpool &
residence at 4.30 p.m. today for the} CAR—One Vauxhall 14-6 in very | cining reom, tao meeinenen Etvevan, | St Aco ime and labour wasted Th hey 1 uld help to improve the Gisestw 30th Aug. 14th Sept.
Westbury Cemetery. good condition. Dial 4799. C. D.|and out offices, standing en two roods | ee same thi ‘ ; ». | ucational Standard of the/'gg “TRIBESMAN” London early Sept. Mid. Sept
tour Clee acd} Evelyn, Fontabelle. 5.9, 51—1n of re) at Military Road, Bush Hall, | ——~ Lane ing applies to Henry’s|! island. cg arly pt. » Sept.
; —_—_—— St. hael. Inspection on application | ane, Mr. Waleott (E) said Jo oe
5.9.51 CAR—Morsis © ab | 2 . . : t Mr. said as Jong as . a i
XARDE: On Septémber 4th 1961, at his] Owner driven Apply W. “nM wAucit: | ROWE OF EB am. ak Sok tn, Public Official Sale voip hope, that if any work is/they have agreed with the prin-| HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
itiehacl, Lasts Verde er Aires fee 2.9.5}-~3n. | For further particulars and conditions of} (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 song to be done in St. Andrew,|ciple of the resolution when the/ 5 Closes in
leaves thet Shove senidence af 450} "Gam oeccen: : srareccrme--— | fale appr. te (1904-0) § 90). e amount of time to carry cut| House passed a token resolution | Vessel For Barbados
p.m. today for St. Barnabas Chureh. M-139 — oe Seen domes eee ‘sara | eo ,Susnday. fhe 1th day, of Septem. | “ese repairs down there will not! for one dollar some time ago they | . S. STUDEN . e
Douglas, Eric, Billy and Ira } (1950) Ltd., Pinfold Street. Apply to the | 29.8..81—n , | me afternoon ‘will be sold at ‘my oes |, 4n¥thing as long as the time| would then have to accept the| ss ADVISER — = Re
Yarde, —", St anton ee Manager 4.9.51—3n ~~~. |to the highest bidder for any sum rot 'K€n to do Henry's Lane resolution. He felt that they} ADVISER London 4th Sept
a | a eae | $$ nr | The undersigned will offer for Sale at|/under the appraised value Hon'ble J. A. Mahon said: I|should then only debate on the |~ Se amar mann Tren a eae ie = Nee
(Children) . -8.51—1n CAR—One Chrysler Royal Car in first) public competition at their Office, No All that certain piece of Land con- should lik i hi a ’ 5 oe ea | For further Information apply to
close order will make an excellent Taxi.! 17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday | taining by estimation 3721 sq. ft. site Mr. Hi e support the Hon’ble| amount of money involved and ) wee
THANKS Spvly: Harold Weatherhead c/o Bruce; the 14th day of September, 1951 at ai aa st Baxters Road in the City ¢ hat — and the remarks he} not on the principle of the reso-| DAC s
Weatherhead Limited, 4.9.51--t.f.n BMms— ridgetown, butting and bounding © as ni with re i | sdiahoios ’
OVIDE—The Ovide family beg through | ———— | The two-storied Dwellinghouse known| lands formerly of Donald Williams bu! \oads and bridges -— oe — i , ai seals ACOSTA & CO., LTD. Agents
= amily ; B a * gah: , ; oe Ss in St. Andrew. He said that he was surprised
this medium to return thanks to all} CAR: One Vauxhall 18 done only | as “CONISTON”, with the land whereon/"©W of James A. Tudor, on lands nov While I cann +s GR Ey cians Vedas actiainia ceed i
those kind friends who sent cables,| 10,000 miles, like new. Phone 2861. S. H. | the same stands and thereto belonging.|" Jate of one Goodridge, on land been dow. et claim to have, o find the expense of the car, “If aiden
wreaths, letters, cards of condolence, | Kinch or 4569 Cyril Stoute. containing by admeasurement 6,422 Sey St the, eteate of one Mar eee are as recently as} ‘ou give this car to this Gover-/| “ * ‘i
or in’ ary Way expressed their 29.8.51—Tn.| square feet or thereabouts, situate’ at) ¥@ er OS bon S oi utson has been, yet I have] ior", he said, “don’t think that the | C. d ¢ N t | St h =
sympathy in our recent bereavement | ——— 0th Avenue Bellevilie, St. Michael. sees — cee Sone Road, | Dn in that district before and] ‘ext Governor is going to take it! na tan . a ona ra eams I Ss
the death of Yvonne Ovide CAR—Immediate delivery reconditioned | Inspection by appointment with Mrs ter's Road Bridgetown. together w'
TAU, She. Oe " 5.9.51—In, | Ford Prefect. Nearest offer $1,000. Benja-| L. L. Toppin, Sth Avenue, Dial 2736, ‘Me Dwelling Houses, Buildings, &¢., ©@n assure this Council that Mr.} vhen it is three years old.” | tanec issih hbihaintidias ee
. min Seaeston Cottage, Marine Gardens For further particulars and condition ba eo to FOUR Hutson has not exaggerated the Mr, Walcott said that they have SOUERRCUND Sail Sails f
~ ae yi a “ ss” tien thea . ae aa ‘ete Alege okay | Sail
DDN "1 on ES Raed tt ee ‘TLE. CATFORD & co. | THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED pov. | ?°sition in his remarks, ot to give the Governor a car be-| Montreal Halifes Resten Mashades Herbades
GOV ERNMENT NOTICES nse cecarerreer nae ‘OTTLE, Mea NE, ARS ($4800.00) a aa | a am ar dad ta. then Ge ause it was what they agreed to.| CAN. CRUISER 2 Aus, 1 Sept — 10 Sept 11 Sept
dition :— Dodge Custom Sedan — Fluid | aces c! - rom A, , ponaon . oon on fon'’ble Colonia, Secretary give will agree to postponements it) ; aby Soe Sep Sept. 21 Sept
. avive {absolutely A-1,) 3,000.00, Vauxhall] The undersigned will offer for sale at| (E*°'S pwr of | atistaction, US the assurance that everything} ve feel the cost is too high,” | CAR. COMME GMO 3 3 Oct 4 Oct
BRITISH GUIANA BRANCH | Wyvern 12 h.p. 1,700.00, 1949 Hillman | public competition at their office, No. reel: NES) THMANGE gatintagyon | Which can be done will be done.{ Mr. Garner then moved that | LADY ‘NELSON 10 Oct, te Get. Sek oe ee 2 Oct
BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIEry. ee a Mea ari Pe aS a. A aoeete set nth . N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day| 1 would like ty stress that it is} rrogress be reported. |
_ , Probyn St.eets * '38.6.81—6n./5.2. Sepia. le: of purchase, ,\cf very great importance in m w——— io ee
Princess Elizabeth Red Cross eae a : The dwellinghouse known as T. T. SRADLRY) opinien, that some definite aloe : eee Arrives Sails Arrives Arriy Arrives
lese aa ’ re Provost Mars cn, k +e . es
Convalescent Home for VAUXHALL—12 h.p Saloon—in good |““ALLEYNE VILLE,” with the land| provost Marshal's Offer be formulated and not just to Meat Situation Barbados Barbades Boston Malifax Montreal
Children, Georgetown cordition Courtesy Garage Dial—4616 whereon the same stands and thereto| 24th August, 1951 25.8 51—3n./,un from pl lac = LADY NELSON 16 Sept 18 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Sept 2 Oct
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED 30.8.51—6n | belonging, containing by admeasure- : > eis | tittle bit Poor place doing a Becomin G | LADY RODNEY 16 Oct, 18 Oet. 27 Oct 28 Oct. 1 Nowr
> } Nd ment 4.858 square feet or thereabouts, : o : ; 1 rave | ‘i rr ;
Sah a te Comeaiecctat’ Hout ELECTRICAL 0g ey oe WANTED | If we do not decide on a & GTAVE | ne MV. “CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR” is ekpected to artive
for Children shortly to be opened antenna Gath eee ee adiaining Hotel Rover r ae | definite plan, we would be just LONDON, Sept. 4, { her: about the 4th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, St. John,
f y D Pi GENERATOR— One D.C. Generator 1 $ _....| throwing away money and time The “€ enting | , 7
in Georgetown and catering for up| wetter 110 Volts in. Peftect “Warkine nspection any day except Sundays, . ¥ y 1e Financial Times commenting | (14) jfax Quebec and Montreal
te thirty “children:— condition _ Price vebsdngbie ‘aseotd . ar the hours of 12 noon and 5 HELP jit is ot greater importance that] on Argentine meat, said fears in| = ‘.
(a) MATRON. A fully qualified! © 5. Cave, Small Hope, St. John For further particulars, and conditions {8S much of this work as can be}tne meat trade that Argentina | —.
nurse. preferably S.R.N who! 2.9.$1—an | of sale, apply to:— , Dene dee tere ine tare, ide Siren = Ge sami iat ioe ese cnnge so have a | GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD A
x ; at | COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. cooking. Appky © Balms: Fe Sean, | ere are great prospects in thelsurpius meat in ei . —Agents
ah tas ; . a . : s eight years .
seve eg atelon FURNITURE bts bp STH | coming reaping season for another| ubvus meat Im eight years’ time] a nan
1's 0. “ageienp5artstetieresensneiions a = | law > 7 we} }
Salary $100—$120 per month,| FURNITURE—One large painted Press| The undersigned will offer for Sale at HELP WANTED _| large crop. As St. Andrew stays] realisation” |
i; : ' ‘| $50, one Two Burner Oil Stove-- ublic competition at their No. | NURSES—Wanted two nurses for patien: | (oday I am afraid there would be |
resident, with uniform and laun-! irner Oil Stove—Table | p compe . in private home. One for day and on® | |
“e : Model $35. Phone 5013 4.9.51—3n.| 17, High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, for’ night dare Mutet sation, talented }no crop, at all in St. Andrew The present Argentine meat | ROYAL NETHERLANDS = Ce
: tb) SENIOR NURSE. Child POULTRY tonne day of September, 1961, at & 90) oe ing highest qualifieations. Dial 6370, | because in the majority of cases, p roblem is quite in different order STEAMSHIP co. > . i
nursing and child welfare experi- THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP, standing 4.9.51—a |i: is impossible to get canes to/from the general agricultural )
ee " oe 1 60—$80 ep 5,033 square feet of land, adjoining the factory and as the roads are} qifficulties that affected the out- SAILING FROM EUROPE I
ence necessary. Salary $60—$ CHiCKS — Imported New Hampshires |the Barbados Aquatie Club, together MISCELLANEOUS | going now, it would be complete-} put of its stable tommodities in| “3: HELBNA--Tth September 1951 \
ver month, resident, with unitoi, | and Plymouth Roek Chicks 3 months old. | with the Goodwill and Assets of the by dmpossible..to. pet suse P Se COMMOGIIES IN) 1's) BONAIRE—Tth Septemher 1961 ) ©ie., Gle. Transatlantique })
laund. Gordon Matthews, Brighton, Black Rock.| business, now carried on under the y. possi bit Oo get sugar tolthe past, » BOSKOOP—7th September 1051 me +
ane ean f 4.9.51—an. | above name WAREHOUSES TO) RENT. tn. wr | DTidgetown in the case of wheat and other] | SAMANG 16 PLYMOUTH AND st
i ivi ails AP J : +: E t NT or|*? > P > case g hee anc D: s i . J
Weta, ae bv aS INSPECTION on Mondays, Wednes-| around City—Stanfeld Scott & Co., Lid. I hope something would be} grains it has been a case of gradual ‘ AMSTERDAM - SAILING TO
training an xpe ’ 4 PIGEONS—Three (8) Pains of White | days, and Fridays, between the hours of 2.9.51-t.f.n.} done in the very near future.” lakae M.S, WELLEMSTAD—11th Sept. 1951 ENGLAND & FRANCE
copies of at least two recent testi- eens Pigeons at $6.00 per pair. Dial|4 and 6 p.m. on application on the 3 ri ns . 4.5. ORANJESTAD.0th Get 1951
: : lan i 7 between 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and | premises. WANTED TO BUY uis could conceivably be ar- SAILING TO PARAMARIBO . aay
monials, and stating clearly ahi . 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. 5.9.51—4n. | For further particulars, and conditions| sen tron Dedetends, Springs, Cots . a rested if the Argentine G beh < | AND BG “GASCOGNE 22nd Sep-
post is being applied for, Out-o' of sale, apply to :-— Beds, Couches, Iceboxes, Gilded o: W. Berlin Plan Be Gover | M.S. STENTOR—1ath September 1951 tember, 1951. via St. Lucia
town applicants should enclose a “LIVESTOCK COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. Pancy Mirror | Frames, Gramophores. | Z " {ment were to pursue policies on} SASLING FO TRINIDAD, Martinique, ‘Guadeloupe &
hotograph. Applications 31 8.5t—J3n. | pianos, Sewing Machines—L. S. Wilson . »which it had already made a PARAMARIBO AND BG. } ae ,
recent photograph. App wats, sUnee ee San fea kee, eat tee | To Retaliate atiert. Of wletitn to taser off OS. BONAIRE 24th September 1951 )) Antigua.
ta be addressed to:— Manning Summervale Eagle HAIR ei AUCTION nee 5.9.51-—-1: Fr oe? .* _ Tee na 2 an ag SAILING. TO TRINIDAD AND “COLOMBIE” 14th October
THE HONORARY SECRETARY, Phone 3804 . «Pa “ra ; SERLIN, Sept. 4 the incentives that hitherto have CURACAO 1951, via Martinique and
Thi ’S alescent Home : Breceee LULL, Oe gone exclusively to urban workers, | M.S HELENA.—2ard September 1991 Sivatta =
Children’s poe +e ae teesusiinns sepoivas or eaatie H OUR L West Berlin's anti-Communist |“go far not much more than a|™-S BOSKOOP—29th September 1961 Guadeloupe
ies Z MISCELLANEOUS ( G rade lay mapped a plan arter he al tal f ee a ve
Red Cross Headquarters, auction on Wednesday next Sth September ARB trade union today }quarter of the -annual total of], m—__, eee
S| riet r > ¢ . . : ‘ crc tite intial atin H BOUND
‘ve Leary, Georgetown, ANTIQUES — Of every description, | 2! 2 Pm. on the spot at McClean Land, to seal off the Soviet run Berlin | 200,000 tons of fresh meat that was oe souT
. - moh Guiana, | Glass, ‘Thine, old Jewels, fine Silver | Feitton’s x Road one double roofed house In Carlisle Bay elevated system in retaliation for}to be delivered under the Anglo- The M.V. “CARIBREE” will “GASCOGNE” 13th _ Sep-
2.9.51—2n, Authecanke Pataca Anton’ the said belonging to the estate of the Soviets “Blockade tax” on’ Argentine agreement has been > Sieesinine,: Rattnie art tember: 1951 Calling at
Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Drucilla Albertine Carter, decd Yacht Marsatese, M.V. Daerwood,| highway shipments between the | chinned Maest. Weve aid St Kitt Grenada, Trinided, British
BRITISH CARIBBEAN 3.9.50—t.f.n, Ph PR heh A bs Lydia Adina no Sch. Clougia | ©. | West and Berlin. U.P. Saping Mandas oth inpt, iu and French Guiane
a, . y 8 a a ——_ » Site > ov ms : é - .
CURRENCY BOARD CAMERA—Kodak 35, As New, price| 20.4.51—in - Sch. Rosarene, Sch. Lucille M. Smith,| Informed sources said the “Ger- sediph: Cate. und Paananmers. tO3
Rates of Commission for the Issue] one hundred dollars. Fitt, Knights Lid.| — enn omernnne ron ——= | Sth. Marion Belle Wolfe, M.V. C..L. M.|man Trade Union” is considering Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, Accepting Passengers,
and Redemption of Currency Notes} City Pharmacy. HST T FN | instructed by the surance Agents to sell | Whittaker NC" Se" Met locking entrances to elevated Nevis und St Kitts. Sailing Cargo and Mail
ee i ittaker. da : » mate’ ° iy 4 inat
Section 7 (1) (b) of the FULLER BRUSHES—New shipment, all| by Auction this vehicle which has been ARRIVALS stations in West Berlin, which Diamond Rush Ore TP id eile ai lett es
Currency Act, 1950 kinds Fuller Brushes including Ladies | damaged in an accident, Sale at Courtesy| § §. Lady Nelson, 4,656 tons net, | would prevent West Berliners aceept Cargo and Passengers fot ”
- is drawn to the] 8ristlecombs, Gent’s Bristlecombs, Tooth | Garage on Friday 7th Sept. at 2.30 p.m.| Capt. Roach, from St. Lucia fror ising the elevated, and to : : #. Lucia, Grenade and Aruba
ATTENTION is dra Brushes, Dental Plate Brushes, JOHN M. BLADON & Co ay 8 + oes (From Our Own Correspondent Passengers onl) for St. Vincent \ M JONES & Co itd
Defence (Control of Drug and Pa~} jon ° Brushes, Bath Brushes, Auctioneers. deprive the Soviet zone railway Belling Wednesday i2si inst > ” .
tent and Proprietary Medicine| Cleaners, Manicure Brushes, Powder | 2.9.51—4n SE. ‘A WELL system of an estimated income of | GEORGETOWN, Sept. 4 B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
Prices) Order, 1951, No. 15 which] Brushes, Floor Scrubs, Fibre Bow! /4,000,000 marks monthly. This is} A big diamond find in the ASSOCIATION: (INC) AGEN’S »s
will be published in, the Official) “yi " CHEESMAN & CO. LTD., Midaie| UNDER THE SILVER auetema GQ, beRS |four times the income the East|Cuyuni River district created a|} Consignee, Tele No. 4047 \ Phone :; 38 }
Gazette of Monday, 3rd Septem-| street. Distributors. Dial 3982. p| Prom, Trinidad: : a German state will receive from the as, trom Maseruni and Potaro ) SS
: 2.9.51—| CHATTEL HOUSE, DEACONS ROA J. St han, J. Harrison, I. Gilbert, ax. areas, acco g reports rehe)l ——SSESEESESESSEE SaaS SS = ocean
ber, 1951 ixteenths per | ————__________________| “on WEDNESDAY the 5th September| q”’ soning Wo Allee AL Alterna, | ighway tax 1 in| ing Georgetown today. “
ISSUE:—Seven-six' ‘UNIMET MAJOR’—Constructional Angle | by instructions received from the Ad- R. Alleyne, Vv. Alleyne, D.. AMeyne, Bloody street battles raged in. |
centum. makes absolutely Rigid Steel Pramework., | ministrator ef the Estate of B. W. = F Humperty, P. Humphrey, M. Hur West Berlin two years ago when Prospector Joe Briggs and 0 | G. A, Service's
REDEMPTION:— One-half per] From a few packets of ‘UNIMRT MAJOR’ | Lewis (deceased) we will sell by Auetion prey, C, Humphrey, A. Humpirey./the East German Railway Police}... re Sa a Rae? q
vant you can construct Seen, Storage,/on the spot one Chattel House with two|A ‘Humphrey, S$. Smith, E. Smith. ttempted to break the strike of | 2278 % ° n men ma a find ¢ S 7 a | THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY
ears ition the cost of any| Fixtures. Shelving, Trolleys, Frames for) Gable Roofs and shedroof covered with|;" smith, M. Peier, L Peier, o. | attempted to brea : 500 carats at Kuroochee in eight | OUVENIRS |
And in addition the co; Light Bulldings, scaffolding and otver|Galvanise Iron and corrugated iron! Watson, G. Allman, J. Rose, C. Rose,|West Berlin employees of the| weeks and the stones are said to | . % |) Only they who fulfil their duty
telegrams sent by the Board or bY) useful equipment. Available from Stock, | palings standing on lands of Goodland 5. ben Soviet run line. compare favourably with Kuru- | Gifts, Curios, Jewels Ls een: aa eanibeeee. Gare
the Crown Agents in connection compact Siecle pike tac sete ‘abs ot the sentiance to reasons aed = The Western Allied High Com-| pong and Uting gems of olden jl Antiques, ges” hpgomae | nif itnem" ‘om vreat occasions
therewith . L. -SPENCE Dial 3713—4506. 4.9.51—7n BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. ir D siigaet mission for Germany had before it} days, With the closing down of ] Ete, Etc. Ete. | Sen eSt,
; ae : 2 Auctioneers. Louisa Weatherhead, Nicholas Desilva |g request of Western Allied Berlin|the Cuyuni Mining Company, | ‘ For every day or that
eee see FOR RENT 31.8 51—4n. ye iio jae Wulff, Raque:|Kommandatura to take “prompt porkknockers wen: out on. their THAN rr | special occasion the Hostess w he
+43 Yop 1 y ve atiy nes, , . a on on ae met Q uf aten 2 é } = : Z i | is Gow for Cooking is sure o:
British Caribbean Cu Picawd. : , THE DIAMOND | Wulf, Paul King, Eva. King, Irma urgent counter measure” against | eetee ane na rin cod Pr, Wm. Hry, St. s: Dial 3466 1 eomen
mum charge week 72 cents and U ER H Maso, Francisco Maso, Daniela Maso,|/the Soviets starvation blockade. | g areas ru
Ist September, 1951, Pg ig Bt gyn Pll a HAMMER Koberta Maso, Marisa Bmmer. Federico!” Tronmed sources said West per- | Tesults. i
—_— y 7 , 1 a pn
2.9.51—2n, words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a) By instructions received from Mrs. | Alvarez, Maring Ciffoni, “ lin city Government urged the eo - eaten entiee »t as
ase ocean vord * . 3 I will sell on the spot | Ciffeni, Lilian Archer ; . a The rush to the area caused the SaaS
ve ee St Airy Hi Saint Josep on Wednes- ; Kommandatura to tax heavily East} opening up of new trading shops | She i
JOANIE IOI @ay next 12th September at 2 p.m DEPARTURES By B.W 1A German barges which pass through! and transport was taxed to full |) RTUNITY j
bs ene double roofed house size 20 x 10|. West Berlin canals.—U,P. | with moving men from other areas. | | WE WOULD WELCOME THE OPPO
% HOUSES and 20 x 9 with kitchen. Terms cash. | For Trinidad; ee es Mant y 4 c y
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—— CLIFTON To an approved Auctioneer. | Violet Wilson, Master Maxim Chadee, x ,
tenant Purnishea Mouse, Upper Ba) St $0.81 in: | erry) Ghadec, "Wennel "Best, ‘Chedao b OF SORROW & \ WHUETE LEAD in OF; and TINTS
the young posite Yaeht and tic Clubs. A h, elyn Dyett, Ernest Saunmyogh, ! y 7
wae eo aeetions a Sein capusebbnnte. deear ra ; ae t 6 Bette Beco. Heer eres) eee LODG Ud ) ‘ % Real Estate u
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it on Blue Waters Ter-' Hugh Gaitskell shocked Britain’s| Chen, iris Chen, Masier Steve Chen, ¥ 4 %
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE New Modern pe. dont rive , Iris ae , R
race. us Sg ederm ‘trade unions today by rejecting| Judith Chen, Antheny Chen, ea are invited ¥ | % >
kiteh: lumbing, running water : ei Re Cyril Grazette, Arthur 1X
in all bedraoeas near to Rockley Beach|their claims for higher wages. In Goddard, Konick Thorne, Alfred Taylor A. and M. Hymn books will be 1% } 'Y . *
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beds, Washbowls, Lounge and diningjslow on wage increases and) 5... asoise, Yvonne Fritz, George ‘ a - i>
room, Tiled | shawer. Short or lon€} followed it up with these other Beis. ‘Master Francis Forbes, josephine PPC LOPE V8 oO
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ADVOCATE



TURPIN MAY VISIT B.G. AFTE ER FIGHT

Champion Trains But

Has Disclosed No Plans

NEW YORK,

Spotlig sht of the American boxing world is turned on
Randolph ‘turnin, world middleweight champion, now bus
or his return bout with “Sugar” Ray Robin-

New York on September 12

a 7 = But there is no news yet _ot
Pe any Plans by Turpin to visit his
e ] ‘ “ Brit ane be

* elatis vin British Guiana be
eeenson cre he returns to England He

t decide définitely whether

may not
a ; His to make a trip to the Colony
Gets Is until after the big fight.

~ C Aithough Tuinpin’s quiet and
« modest manner has made

County Aap iminense impression on Ameri
. n’, the betting on the fight 1s
still he vily in Robinson’s favour,

Sum, New York sports corres-

! lets app even to | tak
& it for sranted that Robinson
will wi the bout According to
all reports, Rebinsen is deter-
mined to win the fight and is

sparing no effort to get himse

“n finest condition

Herd Work ©





baa no chances on missing






“Gee aLn SMITHSON trick in training.”

Jim Norris, the in ;
LONDON, Aug. 29 wo is, the fight promoter,
Gerald Smithson hits his first earning that Turpin has been
hundred f Leicestershire . the indulging in wild horseback ride
second wicket falls soon after... “10n@ the rocky mountain roads
skipper ¢€ rles Palmer goes out near his training camp and has
to join him and presents a een searching for a fast motor-
b ng Smithson with his county CYCle, has issued safety-first
c ‘rowd and players cheer, ©'ders. He has told Turpin that
Smithson promptly handed it to !e must stay off horses and
the umpire He never wears a 'oter-cycles, must wear a gum
cap... hield and headgear during Spar-
Leicester had been set (with ving practice, and~ must bandage
rain interruptic ns ) 155 minutes to h's hands properly Turpin has
get 168 to beat Kent The <%- agreed to all except the headgear

year-old Smithson and Tompkin I have never uced he
hit 160 in 80 minutes mn evr in my life,” he said. “t lik

Gerald Smithson was a te slip punches to the head

member of the 1948 M.C.C. i fraction of an inch. When x
site to the West Indies.—L.F.S, wear « headgear you don't feel

& punch nearly as much and y



fet csreless. Furthermore, xet-

7 rv ° ting hit daily keeps my skir

Four WwW. Indies tough. I shall continue to work
without g headgear. That’s final

Players In

Style

Commonwealth XT Oro! Bebinsen’s sparring

partners is imitating Turpin’s
KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Style in practice bouts with

Surrey ‘Sugar” Ray. He boxes out

Four West Indian cricketers, @ ¢rouch and throws punches
members of the Commonweaith 0M a squatting position, bring-
XI, acquitted themselves well in ing his head up fast, much as



atch against an all-England XI Turpin did when he beat Robin-
as part of the Kingston Sen. Robinson has decided
Festival. Some of the proceeds Use the bolo punch — a long,
from thi rame Will be aevotea looping swing to the ribs
to the relief fund which the Sur- against Turpin,
rey town is vollecting tor King- But Robinson is making
ston, Jamaica _. hard-and-fast predictions about
Ramadhin, bowling with a stit! the outcome of the fight.

breeze behind him, kept every- ooes no further
body gue z and took three qon’t expect
wickets in England’s first innings. often, ~

Headley and Weekes each took a
catch, to give a first-class contri-
bution from the West Indies to the
Commonwealth score-board




more than the next fighter,”

Three star West Indian batsmen into the fight game, I figured

appeared early in the Common- W4s gSolg to be beaten. I don’t



wealth innings, and although know anybody who wing them
Headley was out 1.b.w, for 20, a all.

partnership between Worrell and “Turpin beat me. I’m noi |
Weekes put on 97 without any making any alibis. He beat me
difficulty at all. They made no clean and he beat me fair. He's
mistake at all, until Worrell, who » strong young boy with a real
had knocked up 52 in an inere- punch, He sure is'the best I aaw
dibly hort time, Was bowled. jn Europe. And he was the best
Weekes W 67, not out, at close may in the ring at Earl’s Court

of play.—B.U.P. that night.” —B.U.P,





Practice Match Soccer Results
Thursday At Bay LONDON, Sept. 4

Following are results of soccer
THE first and only practice games played Monday in the U.K.

match in preparation for the English League:
cricket tour to British Guiana this Division J,



\ Bolton Wanderers 3, 1S=
month opens on Thursday at the brough 1 Bornlay 1, ioteenken

Bay instecd of at Kensington. Hotspurs 1, (tie). Stoke City
Heavy rainfall during the week Fulham 1, (tie) :
has left Kensington in a bad con- pjipision il,

dition for cricket so soon. Coventry City 2 Rotherham

The days of the match ire United 1. Leicester City 3, South-
Thursday, Sunday and the fol- ampton 0. Queen's Park Ranger:
lowing Thursday 2 Blac aes Rovers 1. Sheffield

The Island Team will play the Wednesday , Birmingham City
Rest (tie)
Division II, (Southern)



Bristol Rovers 4, Crystal Palace

WALTHAM FOR U.S. 0. Shrewsbury Town bh, Walsall 2.

Division III. (Northern)

Teddy Waltham, secretary of Crewe Alexandra 0, Bradford
the Boxing Board of Control, has City 1. Halifax Town 0, Accring-
gone to America for the Randolph ton Stanley 4. Hartlepools United
rurpin-Ray Robinson, world | Gateshead 0. Stockport County

middle-wei
SCUSS WV



itle fight. He will Chesterfield 1, York City










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AS GOOD AS ANYTHING —
HEY, ANGORA? CLOSE
HIG TOWN, AND A NICE




PLACE ACROSS THE \¢ *!
STREET WHERE WE
sey CAN EAT ALL OUR

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CHAMPION

But Rebinson will have his
work -cut out if Turpin handle

himself in » ring as well as h«
h $s done during training B rne\
F former welterweigh

my n. +} aid that: Turni

i him of Mickey Walker,
inothe; fermer world middle-
weieht title-holder

Turpin hag asked for on!

one thing since we got to camp,”
aid his manager, George Middie-

on Ho asked that we get the
tcuchest sparring partners pos-
sil Ae He is supremely conficden*
of retaining the title, but will



RANDOLPH TURPIN,
the Catskill Mountains,



looked like yiartiny easy meat for the red-capped goal-getters,
Snappers won the game three

goal-getting

Bonitas who in the

ar to eave ane The oo score Albert Weatherhead and the ie er
ashed into the nets
After this Swordfish went or

offensive and Nesta Portille

y
»
f which he turned into beautiful eee
‘i
Geoffrey Fo ster and Nes sta Portillo

Flying Fish
He Snappers immediately
than saying: “

to be beaten again their men in the

centre-forward

opposing area
, ed hard throughout the
Eng- ©ommented, “but Pll write this
fica ieacatl tit for 190, lown right here: When I went

“IT don’t like to be beaten any
Hazell,

and was ready
defend depending on the occasion

score m close Coni
cored from close , M. Kon

Snappers players was brought out
of the water
the teams were

t Fish nearly got

Kanes Club there will
special meeting of the Barbado
went out of play,

half Snappers



brought the Snappers playe:

Flying Fish



against Swordfish who are running

game had several

U's boxine chiets-the uthport 0, Glasgow Cup semi- Portillo scored goal number two.
if world champion-§#fnal Third Lanark 2, Celtic 5.



_By Jimm y Hatlo

W / SUITEZ OF COURSE! ry Want HE BEST )
SU:TE IN THE JOINT! AND IF THE EATS
AIN'T BETTERN LAST TIME -

My co ove THEIR, «f



pi cn eipipgeehtatieeagetnliigianessn,, an! aerate






Ler
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a WHEN HE'S PayING |

oy? THE FREIGHT FOR SELF

»~ THE BARGAIN
BASEMENT iS T |

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f WELL, THIS LOoKs gouT) >. AND FAMILY



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aN TRAINING | te ams which are due to leave for

Trinidad September 13.

ih, | Tonight at 8.30 o’clock there will
=| |be two practice matches in pre-
= °@ | paration for the Trinidad tour z

the Aquatie Club.

Floodiight




ames are asked to give

(he teams are

Chandler

ind P. Fitzpatrick

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Pelice Courts and Court of
Original Jurisdiction —
10.00 a.m.

Inauiry into death of Keith
Blackett and Edwin How-
ell at District “C” Police
Station — 10,00 a.m,

Crexet Practice Match be-
tween Island team and
Rest at the Bay—1.30 p.m.

Quarterly General Mapting
of the Chamber of Com-
merce at Bovell & Skeete
Building—2.09 p.m.



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SINEMAS :
GLOBE ‘The Great Caruso''—
5 & ofS » m
EMPIRE ‘Father's Little Divi-
dend” AAS & 8.40 p.m.
| PLAZA (Bridgetown): “In Lul-
| laby of Broadway’—445 and
30 p.m
| PLAZA (Oistins) ‘Broadway’
| and "Pad Man of the Border’
5 & 8.40 p.m.
OLYMPIC; “Boomtown” & “For
Me and My Gal'—t.50 & 8.15
j 1 p.m
| ROXY: “Black Magic” & “Black
in strict training at Grossingers’s Hotel, in } Book 4.30 & 8.15 p.m
near Fernandale, New York, for his return | ROYAL: “Exposed” and “Stip-
world title contest with Sugar Ray Robinson, relaxes during training || nee tose’ cnt . cies oon
a little riding in the Hotel grounds. An aircraft hangar | Sale’"—5 and 8.30 p.m.
been pariverted for tho champion at the hotel's airport. | GAIETY: “Desperate” & George
Express. hite’s Scandals’’—8.30 p.m.





ad Def eat YESTERDAY’S

WEATHER REPORT

= Fish 3-0 |] setae.

THE mighty Sapper s entered the water at the Aquatic OF,
G ceo yeste nday art rno¢

date: 3.59 ins,
Highest Temperature: 83.0
1 full team to face the white- Lowest Temperature: 71.5
w vho playing with one man short due oF.
an inexperienced player, Wind Velocity: 4 Miles per

hour,
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.901,

goals to nil but a fine defence (3 pm.) 29.844,
ame by Flying F ish put any idea of Snappers going on a

heads early in
K sen Ince scored all three goals for Snappers.

Pieseigpiaaansisssisliienicemsaii:
the game,

rivals, Owen Johnson was
several opportunities, two

one was well saved

to save, The game ende:

games will be played by
it and members attending

| sixpence for the Water Polo fund.

Ladies Team “A”. B. Hunte, M.
Knight, A. Sutherland, D. Johnson,
1 J. MacKinnon, R. Vidmer and P.

| Ladies Team “B”, A. Eckstein, F.
| Carm chael, D. Warren, J. Gale, M.
| Taylor, P. Pitcher, and J. Chandler.
Ext>es. Jeniee Chandler, J. Hill

| Mens Team “A’, A. Weather-











head, B. Patterson, C. Evelyn, G. |

Foster, N. Portillo, K. Ince, D.
Bannister

Mens Team “B”. H. Portillo, T
Yearwood,'G. McLean, F. Man-

ning, H..Weatherhead, B. Mann ing |

and Geoffrey Jordan.

Extras. Trevor Yearwood, O |

Johnson and A. Taylor

Rugby Results

LONDON, Sept. 4



Results of the Rugby League |

games played Monday in the Unit-
ed Kingdom follow:

League Match: Leeds 17, Batley |
10. Lancashire Cup first round}

second leg, Workington Town 20
Warrington 3. (Warrington elim-

inated on the aggregate score of

two games.) Yorkshire Cup first

round, second leg, Halifax 9,|
Dewsbury 3. (Dewsbury elimin-

ated) Huddersfield 25, Hull

Kingston Rovers 5. (Hull elimin- |

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