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WEDNESDAY. AUC.IST , 1*32 BASBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THKEE Landmark Wins Champion Stakes ....... Chut M Tit-Mr. M T-i i, Mr. Victor Chase's iive->-. 1 iraaMteMic. 1—a% Ml • 'id tholiiu: mare Landmark oat lin. HMM and Pint Admiral ft at rylon U-Esperance. won tile The (Wd strung out In Indian &f Cnampion Stakes over 14 miles rtk> until they reached the five I from a Held of eight m | minui.. furlong pole when First AasrnirM 3J( seconds at the GHTIMI toe* over rroan Bftum and ss*rt Savannah on Monday, the second drew level with Seedling;. n day of the H.T.I four day SunkMirmLin th*ineanUme was nier Meeun* t R teadlnff b* .1 couple of %  Laadrrwnk. rldsaan loarul k-nglhs And ifalitfMrMd t*ss load • arrwd 131 lb, „j ussCl tfce> reathfd thatwo furlb iliree karaaM lu rsnaai U1.-11 rtrsl lonr. pole when S.-rdl.na; chal. awtN. J days wm. The oilier two wore lei,*d and drew lev. I with MlraMr. Cyril Bumard's BrigM Ufdht cle. and Mrs. S, J. Rock's JIM'S Star. Comma around the bend See.1Jorktj Mice Lutchnua who linR took over from Miracle and ^•* .straddled two u inner* on the Int r.in-d up the home stretch to day of the Meet, repeuted hW petby half of a length from First formance on Monday to teaah a* Admiral who had made a bid up the most successful jockey so far The straight to finish second, one Sonny Holder and (iUbert Yvonst and a half length* from Betsam each scored two wins on Mondav who was third. to bring their tattM K three 0 A rtr Th weather was line IhroughTWELFTH KALI out the afternoon and tin targe Champion Stakes crow* whul, attended wltaoaaed r^ome keen racing. The attendTh.* even! was run over 1 "4 ance wart reflected in the Field mile*. Two horses were scratched Sweap which reached the $800.00 le iving a field of eight with Eminark on five oceaaMaia and paid bent and Tibertan lady each ita htaheat /918.1S in the ChamTarrying three lbs. overweight pion Stakes. After a fairly good start. CrossThe Forecast paid to the lucky lr hurtled Embers to the fore punter* of Sweet Rocket and ar "* was closely followed by Fire Demure in the Carlisle Stake*, Lady. Tibeiian Lady and Stainte. $78.96 while the Pari-mutuel F)*euxee who wan left flat footed j^ reached Its highest mark when at the gates was bringing up the $8.82 was paid out on Joan'* Star rear. The Hold raced up to the two in the Oistin Handicap. furlong pole with Embers still in The Police Band under Capt. *ne lead followed by Fire Lariv C. E. Raison was again in attendand Tlbenan Lady. Doldrum rid. arice and enlivened the proden by Holder had moved up a gramme with some popular tunes, bit and was now lying to the The Meeting continues on fourth position wtttt SlainteTlfth Thursday As iney sntersd the straight bv -— ... the sta:.dr for me nrst time KmNINTH RACE hera was still in the lead but CauTsMe Stakes S l -i Furlong* F1 field, was Reg Cheeks and Kebale having now in the second position with been scratched, ten horses came Tibcrian Lady third. On learing under Starter's Orders with Flythe nve furlong Fire Lady toon ing Dragon. Mrs. Bear aid Spear over from Tibcrian Lady for the Grau carrving one, three and third position. In the meantime, four .lbs.. overweight respscEmbers was still keeping the lead. U After ,. period of restlessness at Th ? eM_bundled as they passed the (ate—Castle-In-The— Air being •he most excited—all except FlyAIR TRAFFIC 1 I STrrarfpn Da> Nnt.rtss ; afl M -1—1 C Tflvl..! r*rr. L BSsir.lU^l. Taa.il. M BBSkSB %  H. M a rts a a K. Dko.hmto. D %  lw MwMnlrr. J Or Btorhmlrr M Maawi. fl O K.v,,. o Hunt*, fc Hutttat JCMSB*. I Breklra. T B^IWi B Trt oanSM. I. M*e C J.*n. B B r..n.,t Prl*il R r*rt;x C Whil Maton*. W McMitu. P MrMll. Dwtflli. M >4>bo li Lobs. C Orrit. A Ru-harSM'' W M ta l lo i. A -ntoniH A fhom- B BVnneii N t'lSgln* M Wran. P Bk>lh t '1 "mJST MaMik R M>i> 'alUM*. I MiishsU, r M Hlv*r. Short y. Hunan**. B fluiiili\ r "himfrry. '•* (l"'0 D* Itrtts* iintw. U Stain John>n. t Oovi*. O J Bets. (' Captors*. P to* C P%vnf n M r woos. a J P I. I Or-S. J muH-r *OMn. I. SSjhon. A Mm"""rSSBl rn.r... R| ID Ivv Dtat iMfotli^ Hurlw. Pl"i!. Wrd G^flmdr GockUr*. Joan GoSdarrt l"* CMiwmisri VMita Rtirsie, %  > %  • ossgats o 1 "i -in. gs*si !>•.,. %  Kill-.I WilSlnaon P vnxNkadk %  — at. 1 .... RCK Mitchell. Vinfcfi Miuhpii PVnwl VllrMli Anthony MHcSMI JMn Sorlvi-. ChiiMftphri Hill. Viiu|-n WrIU AifrM BUckciI PirAITIIl* t IS I A • • %  iiimawa C. BlSli—I, A Knrtt. g *in. g rv**.. A Dobb>. B I>-bl>. g Dobba R l^ssrtM. I Phrkerins I. limit*. vwgh*n. O Pouirt, U CrstS 1 Valnsn*. f Krt^r I > -'!-• % %  I. Prstlrnck OnMUIVn Saiah H.rtld"n. BIUB Jakiw Pfdni ( %  Kohrlngcr %  J, %  • %  * %  yapM. Brrnritnilii Kirn Imoi ConaopcKM Noun. Arhi,r. Ilrbnj rh. Alma Kite... . ssarlo Simon il*i Hlaii.'B (VIKHIF Mrtrrdc* Apir* Van > JtSin Parkin PrUSH r—. ri %  Kub.0 Ri*i.. P-rkir, mSa CarpK>. .-ln Maria Rubls lail %  a rliaido Taaavrl lallaa tUnux I .iha ChabutaMau. Ma' -I le. and led the Held down the stretch followed by March Winds. There were exchanges when they came into the homo stretch. end Crossley 00 the outside, same through with Cardinal to win by a neck from Rambler Rose which led the third horse March Winds, by a length. ELEVENTH RACE Victoria .Stakes) Two were scratched In this event, another 7'* furlongs leaving a field of four. They were off to a good start with Miracle (Pat Fletcher up) on the rails and in the premier position. As they passed the stands for the first 1 M Archer. B lunUifio-uli \ M Mn'ord E in. V Knlsni I S PartMaa. C S I'-i.id*. four furlong; pole and beA „; een the three and two furlong 1 IJUI scene exchange* *•>*1 nd Slainte were %' however bringing up tht rear j £. The Held bunched coming Haass, c Johnaon c Riei around the bend and On enter an* W. Bintkman, 1. saiawt. J the straight Landmark came ^"*^ \ ^"u\,l t I 1* through with a drive to win by a £ SuZixi. rftaaaf ?*-*T J7 b length from Doldrum who WM smith, J w-ik-.. M v. .ir IT--. second a neck in front of Pirc • _*"**• J "••"*. *" 0 7" 1 ,-r,. AJfcaas. fc. AtasOonaai. J i..n J Uia '' ro _ ._ M, ABSSlnStaS. C "Vrrinian. H Ravrf-r. '" i. aruiiama. J Verakar A Una*, s c>asisas>a>as>sja)0goa yiy^yt-s-y^o'^-a-a*. n %  % %  I rathoal illrnq> SII Kfnnvth %  •* % %  burn*. 1*1 ^ SMsat IIT.M-khiiin* \ -... "jplac*. Ann Krlawk. Jean P-lrc Hrtrt nVigvri. Rohan NeWfSS tasaasSI Cn...mlaak.n*. IVMniHvd Clarka 1 '-... Pntrta Bit* Ant ft annSnin. Knrnuu. 1—ia.m. IMbrr l*rio Dtana tairaon. 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I'M.I Ml | BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. AUGl'ST 6, 19S2 BARBADOS*^! ADV0CATE Pita** by u. .>. c IN. %  ••• •-. IHWWW Wtimnimy, nVtWBtfl ii. 1932 Jamaica 9 § First Step VI BI.H S IIOOI THROUGHOUT the British Caribbean today the cost pi education is recognised to be a brake on expansion. Governments spend a large proportion of their revenue on education but despite lavish expenditure there are always more children wanting education than schools or teachers to provide education. In recent ycais this problem has been receiving attention from the educational experts in the region and several remedies such as the double-shift system, simpler types of schools and assistance from community schools have been suggested. Education for the masses has become a top priority subject for discussion even though the need for taking immediate action to implement some at least of the remedies suggested has not been generally recognised. But education for the potential leaders of the new British Caribbean society which is gradually taking shape as the flow of trade and persons between component units of the area increases is hardly mentioned at all. It is politically speaking unpopular to talk of education for the leaders of West Indian society because any U> clusiveness in education raises myriad suspicions among the masses that thev are to be deprived of some advantages for their children which are to be reserved only for the small number of elite whose children can obtain admission to the exclusive schools. This suspicion is widespread in an island which is quite resigned to the classification of its schools as elementary, second grade and first grade and which spends very large sums on obtaining university education for a small number of Barbadian students each year in addition to contributing generously by subsidy to the University College of the West Indies. The Barbadian attitude to education is, it seems, divided. There is a levelling down of the first grade schools in an attempt to lessen the gulf between these schools and the second grade schools while on the university education of a small number of individuals large sums of money are spent annually. This preoccupation with academic education as the most important end of education leading to the education of a small number at university colleges has warped the conception of education which an island with so many British imitations might have been expected to adopt. The idea of the English puolic school "as a means of moulding an upright character through the corporate life of the school" and for the training of a good citizen cannot be said to be the motivating force in any of the schools which receive granls-inald from the Government of Barbados although the headmasters of these schools undoubtedly strive to develop this concept of education. The motivating force in all the grant aided schools of the Island is the development of the mind along the normal channels which lead to scholastic distinction. The Lodge School it is true still maintains to a limited extent something of the atmosphere .' an English public school and the good manners which distinguish the average Lodge schoolboy from the average schoolboy of the major town schools show that the training of good citizens is still as much a part of the Lodge's curriculum as the routine development of the mind into the grooves of academic scholarship. But the Lodge school under the pressure of greater numbers is certain, if pressure continues, to lose more and more of the public school flavour and to approximate more nearly to the levelling down which is already making Harrison College lose the atmosphere it once had of being "almost a public school." Today both the Lodge and Harrison College are approaching a stage of fusion with other institutions of mass learning and the training of West Indian leaders at either of these schools will very shortly be impossible. In marked contrast with the grant aided schools, private schools like the Ursuline Convent, the Girls' High School, St. Winifred and the Convent of the Good Shepherd seem to be playing u role in the preparatory u.id public school education of the girl's of this island which might well be imitated by private "public schools for bo vs." Because of the apparent shortage of preparatory schools for boys and because of the failure of boys to pass entrance examinations into the tlrst i;rude schools, many parents today are laced with an education problem which thev cannot solve. They are unwilling to send their children to second-grade schools but the only alternative is to keep them at some school run by a private schoolmaster. The possibility of a private "public school' on the English model being started in Barbados to siphon away some of the pupils who are linding difficulty in obtaining admission to the first grade schools has been discussed locally for some time. But the real motif of any new boys* school to be formed in Barbados ought to be emphasis on the English public school tradition of moulding an upright character through the corporate life of the school and the training of good citizens. A boys' school run on such lines would soon attract many of the pupils who now go to Harrison College or Lodge because of the absence of such a public school, and it would not be long before parents in Trinidad and Venezuela realised the benefits of such a school for their children. Already the Ursuline Convent School has n South American reputation and there are more I admission to this school from outside Barbados Hum Qy be nccommodated. A boys" "public school" would have to •MM much higher fees than are churned by Ihe 1-odfce or Harrison Collect* but there seems litUe reason to suppose that high fees would be dett: i school would rtol havo to relv tml> on local patronage. t*-o—Agriculture and Land" a** ,. Trade and Industry. In addition, place or IS. „ cmpunely llPW Ministry oT ici-up lor M, x^^^ nas b^, created—no been witnout dm bt a Mfe ^p^Lory tor uie noed of majority on the Council more t^^^o^ & * premlA specitk promal, SOanetMM by virtue of his own personality. ,.,.., fD lowet8i of a change hum the usual vau ..p^l'^ 1 *' Jamaica, now Jutt Thw mr9 ln , |)t ..„ wu tlve'A r.A weak* bark, Jams-co** Bustamnnto has the politically hungry island. %  Uhsjlsglnni. UM Governor's mesMinUters-in-f-ct instead of wM( portfolio*with the Premiership saw was welcomed by both sides I believe were called in tn and ^ TinJUV* Ministry listed of Jamaica* House. True, the Pf"*** constitution attnlafrs-inM -£E~* offices p"r*§. anxious to promote an embryo. This 1 which they feel they'd a natural win. wanted the whole matter % eferred to "the people'" In %  mild i Naturally the n . ,n f V '^l! **&. 1 ar.d physical arr l 'i^. 6 ^ an ld ? 11 these ministries will commodation igements for cost money. MgflBSJi "*%?' t \f M t i!5£fK?. n g Ui "nd the Governor \ ... f ineral election, but not en the without linal responsibility, suptUB n y provided for this — good N.P. really fought this, for since posedly acting in an executive ev tdence of the anxiety of the both parties would obviously be capacity withou* really having powers-that-be to got the new In favour of accepting the adthe authority. political machinery into high $m vanced stage of control, what Thirdly. Mr. Busta man te wilt in q U |ck time. would they go to die country for? now be able to devote himself enWhat, exactly, were these conUrcly lo policy, and will move In fact, the Jamaica uam stuutional advances? from being the Jamaica "Prime Gleaner, in an editorial, found it To uuote the Governor's comMinister*'—in quotes—to being "somewhat curious that tho Hoi munication to the House. "After the Jamaica Prime Minister. of Representatives is being 1 consultation with the Executive As Prime Minister we can to vote money for buildings Council 1 now propose thai there expect Busta to be more objecjstan * r consututional advj should m future be eight elected tive in his ouUook. It must have before it has mad Ministers and . that two of been difficult for him, as Minister aecujon on these Minij'ers should nut underof Communications, to weigh the change. t~ke executive responsibility over merits of conflicting demands for may be argued that it particular Departments but should expenditure when his own Comsomewhat curious for a new be free to give their attention to municaUons was one claimant paper even to suggest thai an questions ot overall policy ... end say. Mr. Sangster's Social attempt to combine the practical •It is proposed that the other 1 Welfare boys were another. v'" 1 ">e principle Isn't commend. six Ministers should be allotted As a matter of fact, Busta's able effort! to the following Ministries. {a>fcre<-eru statement* seem to show According to Governor Foot this Agriculture and Lands; (b) Edu-fcn appreciation of the responsladventure into greater self-govcation and Social Welfare; (c)gbility which will noon be his. Trade and Industry; (d) O jsk.-.i any specinc constitutional ...unications and Works; Health und Housing; and Labour. Under the system no\ contemplated Ministers will communlosM direct with the Governor In his capacity as chairman .f the Executive Counci. rath irnment will cost Jamaica a capOn the same day that the Govi"l expenditure of some S300000 trnor's message was read lo the — VISO.000, plus an annual charge *idme. Busta told his fellow Repof about #150,000 5SG u ~ 1 .'2SS J "J^r^: 11 win B. W.H Worth it country as West Indians we The question arises To what should be frank with the people, extent will this satisfy Jamaica. Tell them we want your votes. It is a question Jamaica's pollbut we are not going to let you tlclans have been prompt ihtm with the Colonial Secretary, people think that you are right answer. Within a very short tl as they do under the present when ynu are wrong, and lhat or the present announcement oT v<--tem wnat y u Wrtl11 '" a financial imIncreased politic*"! power, both It is most important that the possibility. I will be thrown out Busta and his boys and Manley top posts in the new Ministries ot this House rather than teU the (I won't say and his men) let should be manned bv senior and people that they will get someit be known that they considered experienced officials of the highV?'"* whlch we cannot flfford 1 ? 54 tt ^JK!R l *& W^ csl administrative ability, and 1 Unless we do that we are not piete responsibility in Internal have already had preliminary worthy of Self Government, afiatrs.' consultations with the Public which I intend to have dee Commission with a view .ould be interesting to have this "in internal affairs" denned. This, without doubt, is the sort 1. 1, one „f those seemingly ,0 the selection of suitable men ^ lhina wc d (o |h ^umtforWd Sutsftal Wllfc f^Tj^TSSSmfS^Tlli '"welcome change from the mSK v^inter^reUdT^ he permanent becretaries of uie ••._ %  .. .i,__ .u___-. —.__.. new Ministries . 'promise-them-the-moon* school; wc move from the general to Uie fresh air after the claptrap, which specific. A simple example: Are "It Is fully agreed that the pro* %  •> talked so fa'.uously. so frequenttariffs internal or external n poial to establish separate Mlnly. and so frustratingly. Meanwhile, the opposing partlea istrics and to allot executive re'n proixmiig the increuse in have established a joint commitsponslbillty to Ministers Is sound. Ministries from the present five to tee to produce an acceptable con"I hope therefore, that the eight there has necessarily been stltution in lime for 1B54 impleHouso of Representatives will considerable rearrangement of dementation. It looks as though support the important constltupirtmcntal Ministries from tho they mean business, and the fortional changes with which the present allocations. mulu they produce will make )nSecretary of State has already inThe Social Weltiru portfolio teresting rearllng this end of the dicated lhat he is in agreement has been split into two, the plainly Caribbean. 4iid Uial arrangemenU lo put the social welfare rervices going to The fact Is Jamaica intends to new system Into effect mar pre,nt Ministry of Education, and a move forward politically, and has reed without delay." ncw Ministry taking over Health no intention of being Influenced by To begin with the change first and Housing. Presumably Mr. economic (or pseudo-economic) in be noted is' the passing of S.tnter. regarded by many as argument* as to the advantages Kxecutive Council control to the Mr. Uustamante's favoured sueof colonial 'protective' status. T*e .ic-ted members This is brought cessor. will handle the Ministry rest of the Caribbean will be) 1 rout bv the Increase of the Mlnof Education and Social Welfare, watching her efforts with symij.lrie* from five to eight, making Mr. Bustamantc'x own Compathy and. it Is hoped, with unI cabinet" of 14, instead of the munlcallons has been expanded derstanding. II sent II Electeds, previous 5 to Include public works, while the Jamaican advances can well be of II are now 8 of 14. preaerti Agriculture. Lands and Caribbean advances and Jamaican Actually, this now produces a Commerce has been divided into failures taken to heart. WEST INDIAN CULTURE It *a true Uiat the wodd is Qy ,\. S. HopaWllliMin t9 > aml how easy (or hard) It Is 6i>'Ujed U C '"' %  counulcs and Uiat to find something to eat there, we are in the habit of thinking government with Its unavoidable Such a parson would not find it afcout the world's people as simtendency to stereotype, cannot get difficult to imagine the West Indian llnrly divided up Into nations. But IH j 0 f their humanity or alter it in as a bright and cheerful fellow, this habit of thinking dos not tnc \ O0tt Men all over the world light hearted and light headed. slt'P here. We may perhaps say suffer from the same emoUons, not too much concerned about tothfit dividing up the world into though some, the French and the morrow provided that today is n.'1,1ns and countries is not oidy Americans for example, may give cheerful enough, lovable, quick to a neographicut but also a political moro freo exuregBion to them than laugh and quick to sleep, easily .onvenience. And this IS quite nthers. say the Chinese. Even race, contented and therefore apt to be try* It is much easier te govern wn|t n i„' more fundamental than laiy. brilliant gay and sportM in u -mall town or u small toun'O: naUonality, cannot really modify every way. Above oIL the Latin than it would be to govern m hunuinUy In essential^ a negro Is and negro Influences make him people uf ISM ceottMSO, M M much |lke a Red ndlun as he u especiaUy fond of dancing and the people of tne coniimn^ u* ,_ Hllolher negro Character, and rhythmic movements of the limbs, .oine divided up 5S !" JJ£J£ consequently culture, is naliunal He is nimble and quick footed (a* ItoS w?th n !" !" £*^T< !" ^ S 5 SupemcaHh, the bowlers of other e.icket teams aS'Xi^7^nrSerSi Nation.1 Habits, toe w,telb gte .oog^hrt this .el. separate community ta unGranting that tl.e *>-called ^WUneast,*ke. rUs-lf over,nto tiirsiandable: but not satlstled 'national' characteristics do not his mind too, and he finds it with this, we forget the original go very deep and are really not difficult to concentrate. lib mind political significance of this dlvlsfundamental things ot all, grantwanders like a little child s, and Ion, ami think of Uie various naing that they are for the most he Is ranclful rather than thoughttions as being nil separate species partt habits, that Is personal ful < ut his gaiety la not that of humanity. We ottribute narustoms which have developed in antique warrior gaiety which relional" characteristics to them, people because they have to live joioad In Itself, < elSfased in conWe talk of liking this nation and together In some land with quailtest and was full <* boundless of disliking that, and of not being i ^ e% uecu \\ it i 0 itself, because they strength and massive self %  I*!., lii nn !i^TM:t'jn.l thai IKIrii" till — .1 M.n4jAfiN able to understand the third; and growT'the'same crops" and" coot -"onfldenoe because of anoUicr bad thinking lncm ln h(1 Mme because The West Indian b b 'l "u fti^ H^n^' n tre"ii tf '"^ have had to come together to This latter tpye believed In fSS Smdiiv erl^h we ww "< hl the " nt "''"". because himself in hi* own right and his mo ,, S wrfm^vdJ they wear the same sort of clothes, own might. The self love of this SJ^^SrJ^S^S^iSn bee.use they have sung the same type of m*t was „ot vwuy. benvmuuK's '-ts of war in their poetry; cause it had a sound foundation. Hut in actual fact there 3re granting all this, it should sUll be for he saw In himself something onlv four or live different races, possible to lo-.k Into the West worthy of admiration something The Idea of d sllnct national Indian and describe exacUy the awe-inspiring. He saw war and cnaracterlstics is carried too far. 'national' qualities we Und In him. statesmanship aa the two fields l< is quite natural that a body of It will be found thai tliesr qualities most worthy of the exercise of people which his lived for cenare not very striking, they do manly virtue. The West Indian turles together in the same eounnot set him apart from anybody has none of this guiety moral try. which has had lo contend with esse as a different specaes of strength and self assurance. He the same natural dangers and animal; they do not make him any finds it easy to think of himself unite to face the same enquiry more or less able to take care as having been wronged. He Is vhteb has been governed by the 0 t himself, any more or not sure of himself, and with good mliilors. has grown the same irts capable of helping himself reason. And wfc^i wronged, lnSfjbps oud cooked its dishes m the ^ o1 governing himself or stead of rising in wrathful protest, time .way. has intermarried and f (Iefend | n g himself. In short they he slinks away and consoles bun%  eared new generations to the old J_ __. mB u„ t hard ror us to self with self pity. Deep within being, he does not believe himself worthy of living—itis natural that rpeo-njjp mm 9S a human being, he does not believe himself worthy "1 ^Vl^' w d The most they do is moke us able of great thing. nd great success, -lop a set of habits and custom, ^ rmga ^ niT11 jmmi|( a crowd but thinks that he ought to be *" ~t h.—> %  ).-.>> 4 MU m from all worthy of such. He longs for "national" something that would give him a NEWS FROM BRITAIN By DAVID TEMPI.K ROBFRVS LONDON. BOTH Egypt and Persia, where there have been revolutions recently, are very independent countries. Yet they are both, in a certain way. linked up with the "British Raj". So the events have a deiinite impact un British life the way a revolution in a South American Republic could never have. The connection with Egypt is most obvious. Modern Egypt his emerged from an era of British tutelage. Yet Cairo is almost like one of the great cities of the British Empire. With its famous hotel, (now burnt down) and its well-known fashionable streets — it became for innumerable British officers kind of luxurious base behind the lines in( the Second World War. The other reason why Britain has followed events in both these countries with close interest is that both have young Kings. And Kingship in the modern world is interesting in itself. Both the Kings seem to have been unlucky this week — but in neither country has the last word been spoken. The Middle Eastern experts are dazzling our newspapers with unknuwn names ol politicians. But the pattern of events in both countries looks peculiarly bad for cause of moderation and democracy, ln both countries the squabbling cf a small class of wealthy politicians — the Pashas of Egypt and the landowners of Teheran — has brought the whole democratic process into disrepute. In Egypt no party trusts th; other to organize a fair General Election And in both countries the control of the army has become the bone of contention because whoever runs the rmy calls the political tune. This could effect Britain's position very seriously in both countries. For we have worked ourselves into the position that we are dependent on the politicians to hold down discontent. In both countries, due tc bankruptcy in Persia and corruption in Egypt, the wave of discontent must rise and only the professional malcontents who art indirectly organized frc-n Russia have any thing to gain in the long run. In Persia the whole process has gone a stage further The Communist-dominated Tudeh Party ii almost the only organized political force left that is waiting to replace the extraordinary and crafty Dr. Mossadeg. In Egypt an Armj coup d'etat is likely to perpetuate itself only by arousing the passions of the mob against the Palace. Once that is done anything car happen in the overcrowded cities of the Nil*? Delta. The shocking aspect of the whole train ol events is that most of them could be foreseen from many years ago, and yet it is difficult to suggest any policy that might have been followed to prevent the inexorable course of two countries towards chaos. THE SCOTTISH PROBLEM A gentler problem of nationalism, much more in the British manner, is presented b\ the demands of Scotland to have a separate Parliament from England. But this weekend the Scots are rather angry with the English. For years the Scoti have been saying that they more than earn their bread and butter and that Britain taxes them far more than they get in return. The> also argue that they earn a greater proportion of Britain's dollars than the English — and don't get enough recognition for it. The Labour Government appointed a Commission to try and see if the figures on which this argument could be based were obtainable. This Commission under Lord Catto has just turned in its report to Winston Churchill, and the sum total of its long story is not at all to the liking of patriotic Scotsmen. It is said that Scotland's trade cannot be sorted out from England's unless customs barriers were erected along Uie Border and a full check made of everything passing across—whisky going South, and tartaned textiles going North! /,v////wr PAN BOOKS THE WIDEST SELECTION IN TOWN On Sale Al ADVOCATE STATIONERY W^,v.w/.v//.v///<'/.w/-w. !" y''-"'-'-'' Misa av^wsys i sgwassxi Thev will -worship the %  K avoid unfnndamental characteristic* which the big names on the list I sent necessary accidents, the police %  uffer nt all from nation to you." Back came Broadstairs, would see that ail farm gates DBtJofl In short, behind their this timo by Plunk. "Who s the area of the rare were left national habits there is their Ptuok?" ssked ihe Captain. "1 open. This would be going one common humanity and this they lost the list of. painters' n;mes." better than the organisers of the Cannot escape. All the violence and said Sam. "I had an aunt called big Continental races, and wou.d ol dlnMU, .,11 the proEnV Plunk. It just came into mv mB ke the racing-car a reality in longed nnd determined effort of head. Can't v.ni -,v h died the life of every man, womanwar and all the thoroughneab of young, and only painted this one and child. The one point on which aM British Governments agree. Conservative and I-abour is that the Scottish Problem should be kept the background. Neither party likes it as a political issue. And the best way to keep t on ice is to keep a Commission inquiring. All awkward questions at Westminster from irate Scots can be turned away with an adroit "Let's wait for the report." Mr. Attlee's Catto Commission reported to Winston Churchill who promptly appointed a more solemn form of Commission — a Royal Commission — to inquire into what should be done about re-arranging the way Scotland is governed. It will be years before it reports — which is just what pleases alt concerned. Japan's new Ambassador to Britain has told us that .\apan does not slave drive her workers in spite of the fact that there are no footr ball pools a summary of the last census has been published showing that the number of typists in Britain has almost doubled in twentv years truly we are a nation of clerks' The Old Bailey, (officially called the Central Criminal Court) has had the figure of Justice bearing swords and scales cleaned and re-gilded. Now she shines brilliantly in the summer sunshine. . would he an excellent time to select from these GARDEN TOOLS . V Garden Hose W & V Garden Bib Cocks Watering Pots Pruning Shears Border Forks Hand Forks Wheerbarrows V.G.M. Manurr C. S. 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\ WEDNESDAY, AOfiUSf S, 152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE fACF FIVE St. George Girls Have Speech Day See thai your children attend school regularly and punctually. MM Flma Smith to.d parents when she wai delivering the Annual Report at the St. George Girls' School Speech Day yesterday. Miss Smith look up KIT J[>polntmen*. two years ago and it was the first Report she was presenting. She asked parents for their coopera I Ion and stressed that this be continued in the Interest of their children. For the occasion, the school was packed to capacity with parents, children and friends. Many looked on from the outside as the children fulfilled their well arranged programme. Trie proframme included songs by the School Choir, a recitation. a Biblical Slory and a Dialogue The Biblical Story especially delighted the audience and Miss Leil;. Smith, who played the leading part, wes awarded a prize for her performance. A good supporting' role w played by Mi^s A. Lewis who also received a prize. After the Headmistress presented her Report. Canon C. C. Conllffe, Rector of St. GrorsT. gave a very Inspiring address in which he congratulated Miss Smitti and her St-ff for the well arranged orogramme. "Preparations for e%*ents such .is this are really serious business" Canrn Conllffe said. He was particularly pleased and impressed with the performane? of the School Choir and said that when it was considered that n such school* a musical instrument could rarely be found, then, more so. should such Choirs be highly commended. A vote of thanks was moved bv Mr Gilbert Miller and seconded by Mr. C. F. Broome. Delivering her Report, the Headmistress said: "A little over two years ago on IIIV appointment to tms school. 1 must conic-* that 1 came wilii much trepidation, in the first place 1 had never before taught in a rural area and apart from that I was a complete stranger to tho district. By the end of the first month my fears had all vanished. The entire staff rallied around me with such spontaneous co-operation, the pupils submitted to what may have been termed "my severe discipline" and what was most heartening of all, the parents visited, giving me their trust, and showing their appreciation in various ways. "Ladies and Gentlemen, this loyalty from Staff, pupils and parents has not waned;—rather, il has increased with time. At the end of December last year the then Chairman of Manager*, the Rector F. M. Dowlen, resigned. accepting a post in Jamaica. At %  farewell programme staged in his honour, he kindly presented Six School Leaving Certificates which had been gained by pupils of ttie previous school year. We are sorry to lose a gentleman of such Christian qualities. "Recently we had the pleasure of welcoming the new l'ri..iim I.I Canon Conllffe. We consider ourselves fortunate to work under the supervision of on| who Is not only a business-like disciplinarian, but a great Intellectual. Concert To Raise' Funds "Last July, we ventured ' organise a Concert in order to raise school funds. Generous donations given by the gentry of the parish helped to make the Concert a huge succe*s. We arc ambitious, and arc thinking in terms of a greater effort in the near future. "During last year the Education Department found it possible to give us new water-borne Sanitary arrangements, and we are hoping that in the very near future consideration will be give-i to several other pressing necessities, among which are — a Nutrition room, and enclosure of the fechool ground-, which are both very urgent"At this point I desire to make special mention of Miss Barrow's outstanding work in the Infan* Department. She is doing a splendid Job there. ii \vi\<. i H I: MHOOI OBJ ft iJti : Mi. J. ft Nit-licls, U.B.E. n Salui v. James Rich-id HkoJv M H t :.. formerly Inspect-* of i liuols. He was 8 A section of tha large crowd which attended the at. Ooorge's 01rl' School Speech Day yesterday leave* the School Hall. The School was packed to capacity with parents, children and friend*. Many peepla lool^d on from the outside. "Miss Thornton who hud a MX months' Course at the HotjM Craft Centre gained a Certificate. We congratulate her on this achievement. She and Ml"s I' % %  < % %  man are responsible for the activities of the Guide Compan>. which is at present busily engagtii in working out the Chief Guide' Challenge. "Miss Blenman goes to ErdbWm Training College at the beginning of the new term. We shall miss her greatly. We regret the absence of Misa Humphrey ffbo was ill last term. Mrs. Harlow and Miss Marshall who are the other two members of the permanent Staff are also doing very good work. Mrs. Bailey a= well ns tho Misses Heckle*, and MaMsslah. who Tiave assisted during the year an Pehef Teachers have given valuable service. I thank them all. Prefect System "Last year we introduced %  Ireiect System which is working splendidly. Tne 1'releels UK* u.i active part in helping to maintain discipline througnoui (.'.> During the lust part of the ter.n each l*refecl gave a lecture to tlic school. 1 assure you that it VM interesting and encouraging :o hear these children express their views. "Some of our pupils huve gained places in first and second Grad>' Schools during the past two years. We are inviting you to inspect a few samples of-work put on show. They simply represent the diffeicnt branches of work taught in this school. May we remind you that this is the work of young children and not that of accomplished artists. "Ladies and Gentlemen ] bavt great pleasure in submitting this report lo you, and In doinsj so, I must express my gratitude to Mi*. MeKeiizie for having kindly consented to distribute the prizes this afternoon, to the members of liv Education Department lot Iheii presence and interest in the school on the whole; l k-iivc lodny by the French bicycle Is valued at $35. ss t>< Gratse. Accompanying Four galvanized sheets valued Mr. Mitchell from St. Lucia were $2lM>u, and part of a palling his wife and two children. Pamela belonging U> DeLtele Bourn* of Ann and AnthonyHugh. They Korkley, were also retried to are guests al Ocean View Hotel. have been stolen during tho nlgi-i of the 1st instant. He said that Hie sewerage sys• • • tern in St-Lucia is now working MISS RATHLENE HAWKINS satisfactorily and the whole of the of Etfgerton.' St. George, sported S n l^ n i d S J? PP ?. n l Un 1 ^ haVC *** ***>*"? ot an alarm clock. bee., completed and handed over Hnd w 0 ^^ W[tsl watchfB menl bonded warehouses and the -" urua ' %  %  > Government printers have also tnv .. nE .„„ _, been handed over and are in use. !" g* Se^Sc^.he'ur^ The port, police and fire UUon ' *J '* •* "den hone valued Is llnlshed altiiouh not ) handed 7 50 '">'" her residence on the over and all the new roads with 3, ~ "' '."'' month. 000 of foot paths in I""* '*">• ' -savannah Road. %  ccordar.ee with the town plannlni; nush Hall, also reported Uie are complete, but they have only larceny or a pig valued $28.00 got through one third of the work from %  pen In her yard between on the law courts and Government the l-t and the 3rd Instant. The Offices. police are investigating. Barbadian (84) Dies In St. Vincent Mr. Nkboh aftei .11 awt) 4ugttkOB went to Codriiitttoii <-'"'lege where he look theology. After hut graduation he nri fdained and served at St Ui*uee LB 1892. In 11M8 he becam* Secretary to the Education BoaM a'.l in 1913 Inspector <>f S.ho.l, In ItM C9MM "I El.'nn'iil.n %  Kdueation he laboure,| tmliniiuU He had been suceeeded m ihc v the late M J M T. !itp of th# A s |,.m Lfl 'he work M \ N. I'.ieenh.iUh - "the specialist" and the trio kpt ^lucation at the standard which %  w ul the other West Indian colonies. It .! %  dug to th>dill I thorough fBtttt mtthoda adopted by Mi. Nichols t K\|>-iii>K .itl'ini't Unguentine Relieves pain of Fountain \V ill Play Fridays It has been decided tha*. instead of playing dal'y, the Fountain In Trafalgar Square will play only on Fridays and on days on which tourist ships visit the island. This step has been made necessary owing to the adverse iffect of the below average rainfall during the last nix months on the water supply to Bridgetown and will be continued until the water situation ha? improved. Barbadian llorii Mrs. Cert rude Wilson, widow of the late Mr. B. S. Wilson, and daughter of Mr. Henry Stuart Thornhill. died recently in St. Vincent at the age of 84. The Viiieentii.il in a "tribute ie-lii it. d to a well spent life" says of Mrs. Wilson "Ilk her Mha sh WM for %  number of years .1 teacher, and was fOC upwards of eight years Headmistress Of on important Government School In Trinidad. la fact, she was 11 true t ai he' throughout her life, and conducted Music lesson* three days before her death.'* "Music," the Vlncentlan conHniitii. sns %  pocisj forte, and it was in this connection as much as In her kindliness, her deep Interest in wid concern for her neighbours—olL< those with whom she came in contact, rich or poor, high or low—her sincerity her willingness to spend and be spent that she tendered treat ii-rvice to her Lord and Master. Life Of Service The Article goes on lo recount her activities, und says -Mrs. Wilson's life was a life of service. She served the interests of her home* she was ever God'* faithful lervaOlj sha was not lacking in MrVka 1" the state. The beloved %  bother Of a large and respected family, she strove ever to promote unify and love among all her children and how far she succeeded Is obvious to all who know her fiuv.ily." Boo IBM) made her eonti ibullou to the welfare .if Friendly IOCJSJUI ami Lodges in St Vincent, and attained the highest poolUbn In the Order of the 1 I of Ruth, she was an mtmber of tha ndti Fellows' Lodne, and an honorary member of the Ancient Order of Fonosters. In addition, she repre.scnted herself during it^ with the St \'im.ent Rg ii-. i(iovernment AjsjocloUon, a political organisation whicli one* functioned in that colony. The Vlnceiitlaii, Ix-r. the details of Ihe funeral ceremony which waf perfuoned hy tli the enllre .'immunity. She left to mourn her low, W HK'. Wimiified Kfttl %  Lilian. Iiei lnl.11.11, to Whl the Advocate temlem sincere condolence. NYLON KHEERS in Plain*, strip** and Flwsb. Tht> S'incst K.\ tSSJSSf|BS* WAFFLE PIQUE In Marina. Malse Emerald and Bid*Ltnli<>s m Brm*9*9 HARRIS ONS — DIAL 2352 A uithHtiiitft' IM 14 III l( LINEN with beautifully embroidered blooaea. In Grey and Turquoase. to ehnmsv trwm HIIION PRINTS In w.eral styles Inrludlnr t pe. Heparates. BallerInas. as well aa ofl-thrahoalder None* >eHh photo print shirts. f'n qoodwssl %  Heap up braakfaat bowlful* of sweat KeUogg'a Corn Flakes. They're freaherrCrisper! .So Manyftha "power of mm and tU whoU-k.nwl vsluaa In Iron, Vitamin B„ aiacio! A bargain 11 good rtim KeUogg's Corn FUkea. <** MOTHH KNOWS -. fssl two •1. Iksl U I K.ll...." P.ln—Gl !" .1 Coafon-Froiaotas Haas— lsf> Taba 1 lass. PRECAUTION HINT No. 2 AlTtt A HI KICK \M — Ik* nol lourh IMM or _al SP.'-ICIAL for INFANTS and CHILDREN and for INVALIDS "MHIfK'S BKKT Ol'ALITY IlKXTRIfNK" DKXTKOM Ii %  nother name f.-i "f.l.l IOKK" MDCm I.FMKOSF. OR oi.icosi; I Knergy and Noiir. %  I iMiriicii;it.']y For Children: 'i to 1 teaspoonful 3 limes a day. For Adult*: II..If to one dessert spoonful 3 time a day. IKK I; 3/8 per rln. men IICXTROHE ran be used m place of sugar and very much target quantities CM bsj taken than set out above if required WIVIIIt.lllllAII LIMITED *9 • a • &f >•••• &f •• &f < &f 4* SPECIFY "EVEHITE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND TURMLL ASBESTOS WOOD. wise —buy Wisdom THE fTMWBfT IffilfH TOOTHBRUSH BF.CAtSE...lVfc'.onlTent i. $' %  ''.' $7.47 Each IUGS << 41, $' X5 & J6.49 .. II OW'I H IIOWI S S7.I5 „ CKiARI III. IlllXli $4.22 „ flGARI Til 1ARS $6.68 „ BON RON IIOXI S MM .. ASH IR\>S SI 44 & SI.6H „ Al ID Ul IX.W(K)I) IIONI CHINA In i).von Spmys. 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PA 1.1. SIX UAKRAIWS ADVOCATIL WtUNtSOAV AUGUST . 1M1 Bus Companies'' Objections To Be Heard Separately Following the decision of His lordship thr QlstJ Justice, %  • %  / h i d ,^, ,hc BBBO m 3 1 '^ Sir Allan Collymorc m the Court of Common Picas yester because ,hit an^t^waTotSd to day, to hear separately the objections of three Bus ComMr. Stewart. ponies who are charging the St. Michael Vestry with H ***' th th Insurance assesstntf them for t; t x. tor 1950—51 at u fl^uie at which flies af. $32.30. SIO, IT, and SS reno make a record in hi* book peril vely. They b. bought par!stating fur which Item* they apeasaws] app After Uus the l.uiu'iiouii -djouriunent was taken, and on the re^un.puass, Mr Aaai*e smid iata< Hi5 l-earned Friend should ado|/ ihe report of Bovell 4 aaeete "If M la not tuuilng, fee rauai havi certain specific Wings with were regularly kept "on the route' WIUcn £* ** l %  ** !" *3 • %  * •ind two were kept In reserve tot' £** *f %  " •> Donkey Killed On The Spot lllong *iik end n a saed Wises* oul %  %  i--i uuiiu-ni. There was one report of an accident between the miAor bus *• staff of the University Coftete Ho-pita I Five of them will >e House afOoers, while the "* • Uw-1 Soheitort. ing the period. --. Vouti-i Claim He w ran i gasolene businash Ma ** %  •a**" ut that was run separately fn would be wildng to eapli Mr. Reecc, oowever, continue h.i irram ex m m nation. Mr. Bonn< ent en to corroborate evidence Parca! Will al IS no..n. fUfi.lrrMl fegstli 1 0dln-r> Sbfl „t 7 W> p.m t* •• %  "" %  %  ^ %  ui4if nail %  >-t>AY Wrdnvada*. (kn Au Hon. H. A. Cuka U Bovail fc said that he and Mr The Yonkm Ous Co. claim th^ o Bus Company. The Comaan aeS 2-LTO •--{ ffi £ •'ZSZrZf* *-— on th. TfSttJZlS. .aZ-iSi :ne other two buses one. They never kept way bills foi 111 about a month, so the %  > figure that could be checke. e w nidi and ArutM by vaixl sill b. Bkiia •* II OaV* > %  uaw:il 1 p n and O'dmary I TODAY Ww4i.—4*t. • a i rived Iron, t of thi. the>on the following grounds. * w ew assessed and rated Vfl.J in "^P 0171 o' proilof $6,012. and hold that th*. shoul.1 have been ii M sa i at $247 The Progressive Bus Co wen aasessed and rated at 15W.76. b, respect of g prom Q I jl,7*0. anr. hold that they ought only to hav.. been assessed in respect of $1,0*5 The caaa Oral came up for hearing on June 16. It wu then ad journed itne die when Mr. Adarr wtid that two different audltoi tne Vestry had retained to examine his Companies' books, had not been accepted by tha Companies, but since, there had been the mutual feebng that Bovell t. Skeete would be a suiuble firm to vxntctne the Companies' books aim make a report aa to the correctOWi or otherwise of the returnwhich had beeti made. This report was made. Whcr put in evktonce by Hon. H. A Cuke of the firm of Bovell t. Skeete. Mr. Reeoe said he believoo that the report waa true and accurate from the informauon a: Bovell a Skeeur GMfal Port OiTa* a* itoast •arral Mi: and Rwi*t*rd Mail S BB, ordlnarv Wan .1 1* D" Tin AufuH %  ma He said that It did not necessarily follow that what a firm wrote off in its book* as depreciatiuu was tha sum allowed, and therefore a Vestry oould cheek tu see whether It waa on all four; with the Income Tax. Losses were not deducted from five year average for return.• It waa conceivable that for four years a Company could ave registered loesei ade returns from the profit. It would be difficult to sa> RATES OF EXCHAHGB \ Al'OUST S 1S5| i>ii!., iff* fOBK BarlM IS p> CnvQlK* o n Bmkfr. TO K SV j 4IS>I •> Dni ind Dia#l> * 7 V w I I eft pr Cabla i I-. pr Cut..h U ia4~. ar I roupmu as T~pr CANADA 41alaaraff M.wr...BdUjS) S 1-; or Chmii on Banlit'* 77 a p. DtNtand Draft* SM • I . glgkt Dra* "' ar 1 %  1-pi C-blc ...j • ? a-, pr rurrwtty J* 9* Vigour Restored, 6lands Hide Young In 24 Hours AWIfAT|Ua I and •narar aa you Vm keen yea saa aee aad'•• _—rang sowar. %  jsraurh#a>'r %  ui sauM re" fa*' 'ill af vigour %  1 'TfT sad frees 10 to N yaers youni•r ree ataraa' ratwn th SWB4 i ft a*t*Mta'ii Uu'-isTt'. m*' i i-Tabs %  4 vmiif BULOVA WATCHES Only a few in stock as the quota is limited. BUT YOUR BEST BET IS TO GET ONE They are real magic when it comes to quality. 17 Jewels Guaranteed . DeLIHIA c% C€U III*. 20 Broad St and Marine Gardens i that tho entry "Insurince" was in respect of the gar sgs which boused the buseg Tl amounl %  Jf covered his ow, budding. ll v could not remembei xiln.ind how much it was. A certain amount wa. paid foi extraordinary InspecUon. He used o give people money to use a*. %  us fare when he wanted to find "Ut any paiUcular thing. The. l-tople would be extra to the nornal inspectors. An amount was taken oft* for Mr Percival Stewart, Managdepreciation of tha work-shop nig Director of the NaUonal Bu-. "quipmeni „nd furniture Co., bald Uiat'_ his Company hao Expluinuitt nu entry "Sold— rates. 54.000", h ^ald that that nilgln *ve been for tha sale of any Account* Ex %  mined sent in objections to aikd had subseoueDUy allowed Messrs. Bovell a Skeete lo examine their accounts. These account had bean audited by Mr. Bohnc their accountant. As far as h< knew, a copy of the report oi Messrs. Bovell and Skeete had been received b> the Vestry. Kb Company was willing to accept hiissis. The buses did jbout HNJ odd Tides u day. Ke-ex&mined, ho said that the company had on j previous oc%  asion objected to their returns, a out had afterwaiu> withdrawn thtur report which put their taxIhaat objection. ablr amount at 1401 32 Instead ol Mr. Edward H. Bohnc. the Cointhe 1347 they had previously arpany's accountant for about 18 rived al i ears said that in making returns for a five year period, he did not Cross-examined, he said he had 'ike Into account a loss for some made returns for $247. The Com<>f those years, but the gains. pany had toft 10,000 odd dollar:. The difference between hli taxtor the year onding in 1951 had also sustained lotaci tor pr vloul yeara. Asked to explain how !. touli show a profit In the returns and .> loss according to the figures In tin book, fie said that he did not actually deal with the figures, but Mr. Bohne.. able amount and Bovell & Skeen . .me because Bovell 4 Skeete had %  -parated certain accounts he had fined, Croas-Exuinined C'rou-examined, be said thai i >:v entry of, Sold— $4,000 was for ume equipment which the ComIhe amount of mileage, was also difficult to say whethci the amount for repairs was reasonable ;r that depended on thr amount of overhauling which wm I t-inn done. Tha amount for wages did not ppear unreasonable. Did Not See All Vouchers Cross-examined, be said ha had lot seen all the vouchers undoi he head, "Repairs", nor did he .11 the way bUls, the receipts for ...sdlene. oil. tyres, etc They had lot made a detailed audit, but ordj in inspection Here Mr Adams observed thai i mless there was some patent %  iror. ha would suggest that Hi* (.earned FTlend accept Bovell A %  akvete's report. Mr. Rrx-ce oald he had under' dood that the books would be .udiied by BoveTl & Skeete. It was true that an accurate report isd been made according to thr material at their disposal The caaa was adjourned until :his morning at 1030 o'clock aia..,._ --a "Full-firing CHAMPIONS deliver the full power you need to win races" MORNINGCOUGHS Don'l l-i iT...rh.rif. and nlfhl eou*tt> l". KttH'ka of Bmnch'Mi or Aalhniu uln alrap and •narsr saothr da ^Ifboul tryln. MINDAfO. Tbl. ST*. I inlarnal madlcln* wurks thru ihiilood. ihua rwrMni UM broi-ehfcti ubaa and limca Hlarla hatpins rialur* i G madia lair to ram'.va thick. atlck> mt-amotlns fraar braathlna aad mor* laffaablnc alaap. Oat fiENDACo rreas yoar obasaM tesaur. Qatah aatllacdan or aaoaep aaafe aaanatsed. r^at'tworrv'Ccw^miuVcanrwprepBreJsothjtihevcajryinto^^ candigest it without trouble. Tie addition of Robinson'^ 'Patent' Barley prevents the mitk forrmng large -lots in baby stomachs, making it cany for ihe delicate Jigettive organs to do their work iluimughly whilst geriing ihem ready n> Jigc*i heavier foods later in life That's why aftM nurses and mothers always use Rtibanson's 'I'aient'Barley. m ROBINSON'S •PATENT BARLEY ue Polmolive Soap cs Doctors aH vised for a Brishter, Fretiar CompUxionl 0...... ..... M >.I~.I,.. i. ,., ,„ p ^„ ,-,., -,„ .-.,„„, „,,„, C „„, c--t ttm tfr ^ f% ^ m Alka-Seltzer for^UPSET STOMACH **&,** For over 20 years people have relied on pleasant-tasting Alka-Seltzer lot prompt, fr-ntlv relief from the sournes* of Upset Acid Stomach. Prompt -because sparkling effervescence helps Alka-Seluer go to work right away. Oenr/e becasase AlkaSsltrer contains no laxative, and can be taken anyf/mr. Get Alka-Seltrer roday. end keep it handy alwmyal WHY WAIT!! BfJY THE IIA1-SI DRESS MATERIALS AT III IH I I It PRiCES WOW 11 *LZ^> Sir. OI'll WIVIMfW UISPI.AY WITH I IM IMIIIIIIMIIMOW PRICKS. MODERN DRESS SHOP mioin MIII i i •quipping their tors with de%  ble Choiapioni, toting rt-n know they will get the laii ounce of powt out of •very dtop of fuel. H you/re not Betting all 'he power you'te paying (or. tea youf Champion deoktt. Whotevet ftiake of tat you own, a new Ut of Ml fitiog Champion Spatk P'ugs will deliver %  he full power built into your engine. first en lane? en • ea, In the oir— Only &&ie/l&lOok. Pena offer you the "Right Point for the Way You Write" from the World's Lavgest Selection of Point Styles!



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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912 lUKllAWlADVOCATE PAG I --I VI s Results Of 2'Field Sweep 8K30ND MY I HICKET i A' i/7\<. : First India—W.L Test In January I FrtaI nt.t I iMaad (ThliM i rMm I rim. 1 MMk r*nili Wit 0743 1111 |'H* STSA MU4 mm IMS. SS.H 10 M 1H 1000 tJj -wn '<" rmider. of ii'in. jii ^lSS*, IWe. OTM. 0T3S. 0141. M4. nil. IIM. rum uAcr. rim ,T ; STM TOrfl £,< 5'S Eat" 22 * %  'ii' ass* KM %  M Mil 1000 Sevanlii nji |0a HOI .irti lu holder* of tkketi M... mi. ira. rum. mi. eon. eas. MM. osoa BLKVBNTH BACB Pit** TlrWI N. B |||| run sau MIU Second net M TB Third mo 1)3)1 Fourth am 11 SS.M aarh to holder* of ticket* No.. JOM. 18M. TMO. in atis. mi. am, MMO PORT-OF-SPAIN First lest between India and the vw>LMIIM will btgbi in Trinidad on Thursday, January. 15, 1953. arcording to a statemir lasl week by Mr. C A. Merry. SecreUry of the West Indies! Cricket Board of Control. It will be the first tinuT<~t cricket between India and the Wet Indies Is played in than parts. Mr. Merry said'thai India would be at full strength during the tour and that he believed all of the West Indies outstanding Test players would be available for the MM Another disclosure by Mr. Merry wo* that earlier proposals (or the Indians to play four games —two Tests, one Colony match and a two-day game against an East Indian Community XI in Trinidad had been approved subject to changes in travel schedules. Bedser Takes 13For4<5Ruiis Turf Club Handicaps %  ** %  w4 I Third \ rownh Fifth 10*0 10 80 10 BO 10.00 No.. ZSffT. Man kail Will .Not 'lour West Indies irm miifii R* Tijk.t m UP 10S3 ISO 4S7I 1IW dvth Mil Seventh / Sill SSOO each to holder* 1BS3. ISM. I0S1 1004 US* Prlar rir.1 Secorrl Third roil rlli %  BOO I1S> IOI KTIKVTII SACS Tlra.1 St *me..t 31* 1*34*1 Mil earn in* 1441 r>2*r ino* *rh lo holder* o( ticket* No. I I0 Ull. IITT 1170. 01*0. 0H.1 LONDON. August 5, Vinoo Mankad, India's great all rounder will not be available for India* tour of the West Indie* attsss during the coming months. ManSSI1 kad told West Indies professional iMW !*<>>• Marshall "ilrst class and Tesi looo cricket these days is too strenuous. 10 w Rhal1 nal available for India's i.f tirkri* No. visit to the West Indies. But I %  Mi. *STO. 4BT1 iihall continue to play League Cricket". - HUlt: TEWIS: taroit %  irTirsTH Prla* Ttrfcel N> Flrat (MSU lUcond %  Third SM Fourth OtW IMS? SJOfl ra.-h in holder% %  I 0M4. OSM 49S. 44SS 4M1. 4*81 UTT. 4*79 •HXTBEMTM BACt Second Third FiniTih OSU ItSSS _.. to holder* of ticket. No. It* 1S44 1S40. 11*3 13 C6.M DBS* S/xtrts Window BASK 17TB ALL KNOCK OUT COMPETITION Pirate* vs. L s a. Modern High School vs. H.O. Old Boys at Y M P C 7„>ii p.m. Table Tennis Team Arriving Saturday A Table Tennis team from the San Fernando Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Table Tenms Association is expected to arrive in the island on Saturday next to play a scries of games against the Island. Dr. Noble Sarkar will skippci the team. Other members are: Carl Williams. Fenwick Debysingh Arnold Mendes. Kelvin Asslng, Andrew Moolchan and Guy Yawahing. Mr. Leon Leacock, a CoHge Master, will accompany the tci.m as manager and the games will be held at the Y.M.CA Naval Hall. The first match will be against Pelican. Inter-Club champions, on Monday night. August 11, at 8.00 p.m. LONDON. \. QDM) bOWlIng i., \!,.,. Beds,., brought Surrey to their ITUi championship victorv of the season over Notts at the Oval fhm play began Bedser n.l Blresldy rlaimwl two Notts wickets and needed live ol th.Issjll to complete his I 000 In !(< %  untamed all six at a personal cost of nine runs u, an hour to finish with eight for 18. This gave him a match analysis of 13 f.. r 46. Notts were all out for 84 in the first inning* they were dismissed for ni in lh,. second to give Surrev victory by an innings and 80 runs. There *.,. ., thrilling finish •<> "the Roses" mateh at Old Traf. ford where the England left arm bowler Bob Berry held out for the last ten minutes to deprive Yorkshire ..f victory. The Indians* game with Glamorgan was abandoned without J hall being bowled todav. SrOItt BOARD— ran 204 for nine de. .hired and 5 for no wicket Thr Indi-iiis 306 for nine declared. f.lu<'eer vrrsiw Somertel Match Drawn Gloucester j49 for four declared uid 38 for one. Somerset 131 fcil j 265 Kent versus Hants Match Drawn Hants 138 and 216 for three declared. Ken|5(l for four declared and 175 for nine. I.anr*Mjilrr versus Yorkshire Matrh Drawn Yorkshire 200 and 163 for eight oeclared. Lancashire 65 and 166 for NorthanU versus Leicester Match X'I.-.M.I..: %  .1 U'lrcster 328 for nine declared. Northanls 263 for four. Warwirk Versus lerby Match Drawn Warwick 75 and 240 for six declared (Dollery 100). Derl-v 167 and 87 for four. Worcester versa* ft.ssex Match Aoandonrd Worcester .. MO rlssox BQ lor six. Slim? l-eat Notts by U innini and 80 runs. Notts 84 and 51; Race No. It. STAFFORD IIWDICAP. lb*. Sweet Roeket US Pepper Wine It* DB Versa*, 111 Demure 126 I.r.-J..009 j i %  .i K not tasted B Aim. you hRVC .1 Irc.il in H Yon v. ill ttnd Ihcni vo Cfsttt, BO di-li.ious. so MI I lu*u eacgsuosul nourishmg qualities and di-linJ.IIIIU,I RBVOUI %  ihc hijih qualll irifa IOIMIS, which Include u pr rporllon oi 'Ovalunc' the worlds m> fl popul.it too.1 For all OtHasBsCNM ihcn b not lii ni! i|uiU' so daint) and uppcii/mg a* %  OvaHinc' Hiscmts OVALTIINE Patkfil in ni' ,ign/ ,<./ *ki '.. it-lain thru ,.'i %  I JBt*S**r, MEN... HNE. LONG-WEARING SHOE AT A Ifficord Low fh'ce! sturdily cewtnietttl "f the Hoi I Marthai tot comfort and durability Ukh I by Iha fine t Shoe Value offered today. 4711 Totca Eau de Cologn %  %  L! (hi trest-nt" t It* Cologne tn it. HinJmii qa.llirv '4711 Tosca Peilume } @jrTOSCA "*711 %  i:*a 4t t'slagnr eoHsM rroot CoicaOM on Rhine; i i~ now n£uin obtainable in the DsiglnaJ quality, tuai'e vcordtng U) the fatuous and iecret formula since 1782. • KI nun: i SKIIIJ: -<>i i — g, HEEtn S5.65 • I.EATHr-K SOLES & lILtXS Tin: HUT v\Lis is srn I\I. ran i > i llll. Ill AMI 1 1 i: MM WJiZi' SWAMP-ROOT can help you! 1 Mil si 111*. KIDNM s, 4 n roh you t .11 your pep! UNHEALTHY KID\M s ,.m i.utv hackaches. headaches ...-.**• *#ayjvtVTBat*l h* SMAR'I Pit H'l I help keep thnr kidney .ATJ/M, v., HI SWAMPdtOOTI Ye., i i fpossoai ssiu.ii -\ misery! l>>iii'iiak chance. iih the heahh ot your Vulnrya-takc SWAMPKOOTI sWAMP-ROOT is p.;,., Isriause It', made from herfs* — the older nieih. ioe in the world' Stt \ M P K<"i| balM "! %  iiiiiklt— because i a bejaid, and your binly abwrbs % %  I,M, r' i>< i\ I NBGLK I vi II H MI>M ^ 1! I,I I UK KI1.M1KS stt iMI'KlKII. AND IAKI u RIGHT AWAY I VMM FOR BALANCED OILINESS Engine Tests have proved that BALANCED OII.INF.SS reduces weight loss on Oil-sensitive bearing material by 75': thus considerably extending its useful We. You will of course ask us: "What is Balanced Oiliness? We'll explain. Scientific research has established the fact that the use of additives substantaiallv improves the OI.IINESS of Lubricating Oils. This Properly of Oiliness protects your Bearing surfaces when your Engine is running. As soon as your engine remains stationary Ihe Oil drains away from the Bearings, and with ordinary Oil cold corrosion (which is very damaging to your Cylinder walls) sets in. GERM OILS in addition to the additives which produce the oiliness are also treated with an INHIBITOR which arrests the formation of acid properties In the oil sump, thus reducing cold corrosion. This double protection feature is known as BALANCED OILINESS, obtainable only in GERM OILS. CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. AajnaM SWAMP-ROOT A PRODUCT OF KILMER & CO. ifes-heasd aociur (bat ualcoarsea a Hood of power He'll autas thai tonton-bar •pri/ipa* d driving pleasure that wiihin-whaelbeaai BBSJB* fBjaj i fcayj BBS* mvrl 'n ilir riiirna*ri IU11 tell yo*>,*oa\ ea*ta*aa*sfB.akKaoao/rkM tint car", ipocd. L*r se f(*e ye* a afenweucaiuia dVJre. LAST IKON RESISTS THE WEATHER ( loudburata, scorctiiriR sunshine, exposure to all ihe winds that Mow—they make no dilferencc to a roof painted with Last ikon. For galvanised, asbestos or shingled roofs Last ikon is ideal; It never fades, cracks or peels oil. Economical and long-lasting I-istikon is available in various colours—ask your dealer about it. 7&£%ua&£tf?4>4\ LASTIKON HAVE BY BERGER PAIN 3 six FORT ROYAL GAGAGE LTD. Phona 2395 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 ON SALE AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—AfnU I



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^T PAGE EIGHT BABBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6, I KB CLASSIFIED ADS. pvmu SALES -*'" XOTM TElEPHOr.1 ,-SN mi i) I Mil li %  I Alare rr.l! .. -Ill lri.n*r broth %  -1 rwidinrtolmonl R THANKS BULKY The Ratio fsrr.ily h*< through Ihlt medium to rrlun. H-nki U these Kind frienda who .ml wre. tetters of roidoMnn, or In any -iff—rd their a> rripaUl} In inn fa hfrMVMMM. Clenrg. and Ma.Ire Balle>. rredaaloa. Viola. Beuaert USA 1 98-/1 IN ME MORIAM DoniN-ln loMnf wmon ol Charlea O.lb-n DollMi DiM AUSU.1 9th. IMI. We an not Lord Ihv pur pee at* But all I* wall that! done By Thee Delay, Samuel. Fhylll. Frank ihildieni. Char lea grartdi s %  OIr LJ.WIS—In hoeing aunt Ruth Loula* Byran hn died < August 8th, 1M7 Tli ml I" thh* of those at ie.1 Who • leep in Chriai thr lord Whose iplriti ww v. its in,: %  blast Aeaocding to Mi. wart. %  var to he rmrmattrl by Enid iruac. %  %  SS~in Wornll who Qepart Mh Augu.t IKal M„, bj :.,tn* isvllri. Norms tri.i and Charlie ... roti SAU AUTOMOTlVI. REAL KSTA'iE NOTICE PARISH or ar ntnir Bt. Philip, VelUy gfaahllMtlor.. at thr II MWhMll Olrla* St he ba rrreivad by Uw ur.den.Knea: r Iftth Aiicu.) IMF W\MM lenabi kBCHTTARY F< ilina. 18*8 Pin! class leaving lale** MOT rt*8 VKarage. at Joh. S9 8S-8B drawing, dining M.-. and %  BT W Bt' loorr.. with eleelrhlight -' tbr-atigiwut. Inspection bi •fvon.tu.r.t. phot* DM Mtwn the A hinh CertltWeli houia of t a... It n. J |lh n The sea** will ba act up lor *a at ,„ Parochial ~ r.i.tla Cmmmm %  it on Friday, u* IMn of AifriM IMI. at 1 p m ..i lbs of Ike unarn ii..rt C4BRl.Nl.TON -I *l I Monde Candidates muat bo da nMr ihlonon In straitened clrrumat-io-o*, "V.i It. nine ^„< ,1 %  "t on Ihe IMh Sfplrml'i. .i 1.-.I riantatlon. %  Joseph l* Small mileage Condition aa now Owner h.iMng rolon> For futh-r partlr.lai. phono L P Ntsvton at MM or 8981 8 %  51—Sn iUr. Refngaralor. 'urn..,- Mr. Oil.. l-oaia. T*a.phi-f. tl! I IIH-1' o till-ITT Bhjm r.limaah. Uoloahaba in, Atidi*' AFT . )^,( f • ) %  .-., CAB IMO Profoct Fort In good USED (AMWr hava an niiultlilil I rraii, Kond bamlna inrliaMnc TMIBI all Voloa. Auatln A. Wotooloy 19 h p "1(1 Parian Ctiryilar Dial Courtaay GarELECTRICAL RADIO—SW II Tub* Pro Rodin In rrfccl working ordor A bargain at • Phonato S • M—n I loMl mothrr Clrm roltrt to root on lh. Mb Augui BloMorna rn> wM dip. Frionda mav forgol you but will wo Alwaya rrmcmbrird \MY Inlnr ihuabundi. Fyrrlnii S -• i %  Held idaughtrf i > -HART In loving momor> akttcr Albrrln .. I thla Ufa AugtMt (Mh l:.l bad aomo happy *ij< > tpgMCfc Wo had aomo aad nno* too But tha noddoat day of all WM tha day wo loat you Chrlotophor Stuart. Il.i.n.. M • Coronlo. Mr. Ci.ld Hunlr Mr. li tVmpbaU laiaton). Cortnoy < • i-.apltowl Bronda Hunto (noieol. X i u HI% I UVESTOCK POITI.TRV MECHANICAL BBTTCIJSlThroo N.w Ralalgh la tport Modal Cyal.. on Mlo alraod. mnaod. rUly^lx dollara ooeh and llrrrul.. rvrlc |4fl Apply it ftmlOl'i Oorago. Hoaburk %  tro'1 II" g g M— 1 MW WOOIIKORKINII MAt HIVtRV Onr
  • artlcular. applr %., Law it ronnall VMM Rrlmainoad Plant. Stoo e'letit (itndltlur Ownar laov Bavd Mrll..r, rl Mam-rrti M John %  3S>Jr nousKS W itivo aoaaida rial main road Mr oaoalortably tumiahad. Knin Opon Vorandah lacing *oa BulUbl BrN*\M UnlurnUhrtl. Ir.-n lat Sept At Bhortngham Cardan*. Maxwell i Coaal. Attrortlvo wall Bungalow. S had rooma, Garrge Good gen bathing Phone S Itanlol. 4II (or appoUilmonl I %  U~l n I I i LAJ CAM PAN AS l. had Irpir Ml Aug •lluated Srd Avenue llelleville contooatng 3 IkdNomt. Uving Boom Klhiirn. Baih. Toilet with Front and BOOM Vorandaha aarae. Waahroom. BorvanUBoom with Bath and Toilet in yard For Particular, phone 3TM BIMMTVEI.T MANOR—On tho Beach Court Avrnur. Haiti ng* Throe bed room f and all modem convenient' Apply: % %  Ell*.Tourt". Mntllnga IIOOMrl Too liiim.hrd tima lor rent. Worthing, opiate the Royal Thaatro. Beat ftea-toathtna OarogO attached Phono gaol 9 IIMJji UNION V1IJ.A Maxwell Coaat. Cbrlat Clurrh. Attractive aaa-itdo t | bi-dioonir. electric, telephone, lillnd With hot-water plant Al convenience. Dial SH > ItlSI A Mil .Ml LOST irturn lo tho Advocate Advtg Oo. T. A iv ncBr.imoN Trinidad Terro/zo t'Ttpo'i ipBetBlisw in all kiiuLs ut Tcrrazzo Decorations at tlu claQBppgl cost Trlnidgd or Ilalian Chip*. Phon.4476 or 0198 opposite Ehmbury Court Venrnor I^tnd. Ch Ch. IB. MAS—tn I'MONK a*7". fo. vo.i OM I ^aloav-t 'roulrarienti IJIII ritim< i-I ilea ItBM TNGTON Ty pewrt tora and Adding Ma >Mnoa GRt'CrrrNtJH Dupllcatln* MacMi... riling Cabtnou. Typi.t. Chair* Iron Baloa etc A ft Brydon A Son narbadoai Ltd 3 g ggIr BrwiNOTOH Amorlran ad Knglkth niodela now in .lock Including I'orta Me. gtandu'd and Lotlg ( arrlage Pimm • my A 1 BrydPD A rtor. iPa.hado. MlSCEUaANEOUS ANTIQI ta ol every deorHpUnn. Olau. China, old Jewel*, nno Blfver Water%  oloura. Bhrly booka. Map. Aulographi etc at OorTlngoi Antique Shop ndjolnmi Hoygl Yacht Club a 1 Bg-U.n jBrSjj a 11 %a3n IlirrTF.H Cooking Butter in Sft lb. 1 II lb. Una and I lb Una Wholesale Retail W M FORD Dial 3ta HggBMIal Bfefggl | %  BMOI 1^11 POTATnRg rrNHM Cionajr a. c. | f —a, MM Public llulldlnga ,.. ..... g g H -hn ORA8B UACHDfT—Ono ro-rondlllone< Allen Giaaa MachlnO Appty: Th< M .-11111,11 Morwood Plantatl"'. G L Harford • •.•—•. LADY'S UBEY TWEXI) SUIT, almo.t w, aU iwo NavBI.e Crepe Dreaarnever wornl Tclaphone BB81 .iftel I | BJ |g On. TLNB-New empty l-g-llon Oil Tina tunable for borotwie oil at) i i* each Apply: Courtaay Garage irnnrnnw now to the Dally Ttiairavh Fngland'a leading Dally Now*. ipar now arriving tn Barbadoo bo Air ily a fw day. attar publication In London Contact Ian Hale. C/o. Advoata < LU Local RapraaonUtlvi Tal. Mil. "t.ajB-t.f-n noVPS -Vegriable Con •ammo. Toma* •htckon Vegelahlr lleef. thitall, Pra aft< ^reiun ol Muihroom W M FORD tllal MM Roebuck fttrOot. .g n In TINNED MTATS kjaat liecf. Corned MI leel. Pllcharda large .1 Reel W US Ja. Roebuck Stree %  .ilM in. Mackral, VKNirriAN RI.1NDS--Mado lo ordei ill mei-i (alumlnlumi All m. a ..nin. Immadlale delivery Trite. ARTAN Metal Company c;o Barbadn17 I. Nonci *%  .!!. MIINI Ol TRAP) W4HKAi^lilN' DIAMOND WMITF HgADLHiHl 11 .SB* at M lion Phon. hit ol the Brat aeWctod won at t' > it.r. Terrace rtorkht) lf.000 ..|> -ilh right of way to aea AptP Jones aV Co High Streel pin.-. ;i!7 Kr.lghtlid 111 Booa Ice Co: Ud m Central Foundrv l.ld X13 W I Minit CoLtd 130 r inUUona Ltd 141 n am Bhlppina a> Trading Co Ltd Thr abovo aharoa will bo ael up Sat -UB) public competition at our alee. J inn Street. Brid|etn*i _SM \IIJN<. io rsiNioAD miwr. % S BOBKOOP, MUi Auguat. ltfi| M S HERA IMh September. Igflg s. P. HTCSSON. SON a co LTD Tho M/T MONFKA'%  Biapt Cargo and Paaaangoi Dominica Anl'-ua. Mont Mh inat I rlda' The MV "CAJUBBEE accept Carao and Fhnwngoi Doanlnica, Antigua. Monti Neoia an* SIKuta S Saturday lath nut 1 -iiUpifi ralephaiu I li. I .ti Standard Oil. B A of Panama %  ir.rr.aid. by m-lrument dated Hh June. INC. And all paraona are oarned -lalii.t pi filruong the uitd marka Dated thla IM Jay of Auguon with dreaalng rooml. Kitchen etc riecUicll.v. ga* and Governmrni WahM aervtcoa In•UIMd InapecUon on app;icalioti on (he premiae. i i.le by Public Compelltl Jamea Street, Hridgcto. DAY lath A lt gu't VKAHWtNiP A BOYtTE Solar I tort JIM I0n -I up lor ntVaUj The undrr.lgned will olTer for by public competition at their ornpa. No II. High Street. Bridgetown. Prlday, the 8th day of Auguat IIMZ 8pm BOO thdlruuy Share* ol |l 00 • R BAPIIAOOS CO-OPEHATiVC HANK LIMITED C0TT>*. CATFORD A CO Balieti-i I I W AUCTION By inMructlona ol the Aditi at the rotate of Bertha lotilui Sobon i III -ell on Kniav Mb at I p.m. at ST MATTmaJ NKW ROAD. ChrtM Church a douhat roofed ho,.. >l.ll. MadM. TERMS CASH UN tAl.l D| HAMMER to bo removed \R4IIIR WrKINFII AorUane.r NOTICE rARlDH OF -i .i IIK During the month ol AugUlt Parochial Treamnr'a Qualified or havepasstd sections A and B ol the Associate Examination of the Institution of Civil EnaAnearg; lb) Have had at lean five years experieme in the cooatnwtlon of low coat roads, and {<•) Should poagg ga a wntking knowledge of road-rflaJdng equipment. The commencing salary will be determined according to the expariencc and quallflcaUong of the applicant. 2. A temporary cost of living allowance at tha rat* of $384 per annum will be payable. The allowance is subject to variation or withdrawal at any time. S. The appointee hill be required lo keep a car for tha proper performance of hu official duties, and will be paid a basic travelling allowance at the rate of $182 per annum plus an additional mileage allowance of 10 cents for each mile travelled on duty. 4. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and local orders In force and to taxation at local rates. 8. Coat of passages for appointee and family (up to a maximum of 5) will be paid In first InstaiKi.' and on completion of contract unless person appointed relinquishes appointment before expiration of contract tn which case return passages will not be paid. 6 Applicants should limn n full details of qualifications and experience, accompanied bv at Lias! two testimonials and a certificat< <'f medical (Itne&a. and should be mldiessed to reach the Acting Administrator. St. Lucia, not later than IMh August. 1982. 27.7.53—3n %  ONTBSAl .ITIAU' nw SSAUaJCD 1/ iJMiirii IHIRI UhTB) S 8 - i -in Atifitt mh .i in. Courleav Garn__, Whllepark Hnad. 11 %  IBftl A-48 Pickup, (only done n.atat mllaol Kormerl, the property of tho Police Boy.' Club Damaged In accident Tornu ca.h Sola at a p m VINCENT GRIFFITH. Auctioneer III! an UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER n\y Mttructlona received from the Innurance company I will toll by public auction al Mooara rorl Royal Garage on Friday neat the nth Auguat >t a n m allgnth/ damaged in an rw cadi. DAi.. a a M—n NOTICE (OKMBMIII gCROOI. The following ia tho Ihu al candldJitea lor Open Entiance to Cumhrrmere School IM of candidate* lor t iirioua M'hnlarahlpa have already been ...i.i-ittrii lo Kholarihtp awarding ...fhoiine.. and aucceanful candidate, lor uSeeS u-holar.hlpa will be notlAe.1 11 due rounc b the varUMH Hod-' I ARMSTTtONG Mvran Auatln TAYLOlt tarl Algernon MIKJRR. Carl DoUale ORAIIAM, VerRichard I WKKJIN1 Walwm Thaoprulua a AI.KD.S Eik Elwln Cl .'I NTS Winatoa A ...t .r I HARRIS. Brie llaraawrt • MeCOLUN, Cecil Atbelatan |0 HENaTT, llallon WMloy 11 AIJfVNE. Wlnthrop IT WA1.COTT. l*ater Anthony I I IIFIATHWAITE. Colin Patrick i UK l\ Cyrit M-urlce II SMALJ. Ronald Brln i ..NNFJJ. Walter Aileigh ]T ARCHER. Benllev Cameron • .IllsnN. Jrflrey Elder HHllWNE. CUve Vernon 9S liYNoi: Carlo Dennu MIST Albert Llnvd Diamarh SI IfEBT, Hlchurd Anthony ;i CVMBF.KHATCM Wllfreil llufch BEBD. Veen.,.. O Scale AluniEK. Alwyn AddUon OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IN I HI: coihr Ol IN j of tha Cnancary Act 1808 I do | rrby glv. In purauaii having or claiming any aoteto. rSSM or Interoal or anv Hop or I ncumhr a nee "i I -ilMtlnaih. property hi %  -a a f ta. %  man Uoned ithe property of tho def.ndan.. tc hrtng before rne an account of their clmma with th-lr wttneaaoa, docuironta and Tu^ay or rridaybetwomi the hour* of iieiiH'-.i.m otner public llaildn g Mnoiin TYRA" "A STXAMEH A STEAMER ~TEAMKJI Due Ban Balla aaala >'">' % %  Maatroal II. in.. Raraw.. July 19 Augu.t 1 July at Juky 98 Aiigunt li Auguat it AuguM Seplembor 9 Repl H inurhe i PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR. PRB0COD H O'NEAL i,if lo inform hu Patientand Gem I l-ubllc that hi. orVe w.ll be •loaed li vacation a. from Saturday Ind M>(i. i icoponlng Monday 3h Auguat v\\i \* I:MI;>IS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER HAI,g>* IN At't.l si TUESJDAY I8TH Capt L. I Mean Sale • Aahbury. gt George THL'HSIlAY lTH Rhv S A. Eatrrhrook "Alpiandrlaii Couit", Whiu I'nTUEHUAY IPTH mlin' Hale ( helhnlme'. Chflaoa Garden rilUiasDAY 31.1 Bat II !-.!-. Balg -...l' C t^' ,U> • lh •' rilCIIBDAY atmt Mr. IMII. M M11U Hale. "HyUw-. Maiwoll. Chrltt BKANKtK. TROTMAN A CO., Aawtloneers pruflta Boll %  lor gl 90 Name imprinted. Sample* Free Abo 90 beauUful bos aor1ii.rnU Wrile Air Mail CVPIuatr. (.AIUM CO. 7t W Huron St.. Buffalo. N V 38 T.BSItB. I dor tha' priority Uicroof reapectivflv. i.-nrlt. of any decree and bo Hi iig. i..-.. bolora ivportcd on and ranked arrording to tho n, otherwian ouch peraor.) will be prwludod fi .lenrlved ol all claima on or again.! the aoid PUmUffi: BOBALJX EBTBIJJ'-. ANN A1JJEYNE and TH EODO RF WOODLEY Al liYNE l(.-,..._.i| CKBBENINl At-Mt*NTX> t v>BPTN Proport*. Plral all that cerUtn piece or p..re.. ..f land part of the landa ol a Plant-lion o. pL.ce railed or known I. thr lunng ol %  THB HHK" tlluate In tho parl-h of Sajnl J.imea in thU taland conUining by ..dmeaiurement laotoro C U. -n old Plan Ibtroof •laled the Mh da^ ..f Auguat 1881 and made bv > Aeroa IT 3'* Perchoa Abuttipg and Ilouri.irrh "t the r.L.1of .L.mr. L On.kln deccaacd • drceaaod on land, of FUrabelh %  (.corse Gaakin but row ol Airh r.v,e. 0...ed ind Lilian Wegib rt.i IBCOb Burrowea and KIUT Plggotl Out _. late "f Georga Gaakin bnl now of A I. OHl retlona Of the iina aiea by the be up tn high wafon mark; thPubUe Rood running North aid DA COSTA A OO., LTD. CANADIAN HERVICR HARRISON LLNE ODTH'ARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM L W Clarke, Sworn ..rvr>. i" on ihe North o n land. I, but now of the ratal* of I*wrcnce on Ihe East on land Mall Ihe eataie -IK T. P on (he South on land, lalo n.eophilua Ifoyto and on land* l.t. %  %  I on the W,.i on the Soaahoi. .. ircrdlng of Uie -. %  whaltver II.. Ml of l.nd benii: inf-rs.. l..i lul.ald vuvaly South from Bnduetov.ii duellinglioiii^ thereon ca. and building, m lh* SECONDLY ALL THAT I plant .Hoi or place rallor 31', IVrchemore or leaa contain 8 Acre. IS 1 P PUnUUon and on land. Swigh:-i.in. Togelhei M THK RJSK" ..nd all and gvary tt-rectinv I l.n.1 erected and htillt au.ndlng -nd being an,l •ruin other panel ol land ial> part ol the ..ud THE IlISK'i containlnc by e.llmaUon 4 Aci.ihetng Bart ol ihe .ire. .hov.n on the aatd plan to Johnoon f one Innlaa dece.aed. J. Lawnnace, Uk> wan, 1/ Manhall. M Toll the ntate of E T I Small roapoctively and on • i-.rccl of land containing I Aci* 8 fhrdwa devi.ed by tho will ol Ida Juno Coppii. IQlBMH owner ol Ihe Mid property1 lo Violcl Itoroldinc Clarke and on I Acre o' land davlard by the onr Mill to Stella Monlioae Vjiigh" or ho.vr eia..Ojolning lh,above deaoribod aUMa or %  THXi itMtK !" nlainlng by aaUmatlon 1 Acre more or una Abutting on lands now or lale of Edmund Browatcr ga uther Und. of "TH* RISK" on lands now or lale of Many Ann Knight and •m landi ol ono TuU or however tike the same la abutUng Ihe aald seyeiai heroditamonl-a and premiae. belna the property ol Jhc defendant. S S "BIOGHAPHKlt" S S HERDSMAN" London Liverpool 21st Aug. 25th Aug. For further Information apply to DA COSTA a CO_ LTD.-Afent. Canadian National Steamships PERSONAL 1* public are hereby warned again, ng credit |o my wife UUIJVI ASillXlllIi .nee CAM11IE1J-' at I d< hold mraelf responaible for her n line elie contracting anv debt o debta in mc name unless by a wilttei W .Igned by me. CHARIJER ABHFORD. Black Rock. 88, httch^el 8.8 %  -' '8 8>9888>aa8a88aa ROCKLKV 1.11 l t 1 l 11 ANNUAL OElll DAY Sunday, AUK. I •that 2 p.m. 1'ri'M-m.lt lull of I'l i/rv ComfM'litions und Refre* .intents Members and their Guests Invited 3.8.52—3n. &f&f&f &f &f + &f &f&f&f&f ••>•: The public ai* heioby warned again..vlng eradH %  • an u if. VEHNESI ALIXYNB inec THOHPEi aa I do no hold mvaelf reoponalhle for her or anv contracting any debt or debla 11 I ...1 unle.. by a written orde b) m*. CI.EOI1IAB ALLXYNE. Black Rpck. St Mfchiel SEA viiw am HOUSE HASTINO8, IsARBADOS Dally and I^nftterm Rates uuoted on request. I'rrminnit Q B88SB weleoBe. Illnner and Coehtall Paruea arraJaged. J. H. HtCKLAND Proprietor. CASH OFFER GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS 24 QUAGS:— 6 fel Long MJI pr shct : .. .. (9.04 .. 8 .. „ O S.7 „ .... r • %  ., 20 GUAGE;— 8 Icct Ixvi. 15.12 prr xhet GALVANISED NAILS @ 37c. Par ID fay Shop Now and s,.vr' BARBADOS HARDWARE GO. LTD. (The House For Bargains) No. 16 Swan Street Phone : 44M, 21W, 3534 "1" IMMIISli tolls Balls gsUls arrives Montreal SUUfss BwWdsa BWhade. i ANADIAN CHAtJJ'JfOEll SI July 98 Julv I Aug. 4 Aug 1 Aug. t Aug a Au 11 Aug It AU. CANADIAN CRllISKIt 11 Aug. 19 Aug 81 Aug 9fl Atlg l ANADIAN CONSTTU.-CTCJH 21 A'lg. IS Aug m 4 sap, LADY RODNEY 9 Sept. gSept IBept It Sept CANADIAN rllAl.I.F.NOEll 19 Sept. IB Sept MBept vk LADY MBLSUN 98 Srpl IS Sept It Bept 1 Oct. Arrives Sails ArHeea Arrives ArrhTes rwbage. haehaala. Beaton 9MaTaa %  % % % %  >' HODrTEY 1 Aug 8 Aug It Aug 90 Aug 93 Aug CANADIAN rn.\i.:.i M.KK IADY KEISUN 19 Aug m Aug. 90 Aug SSavt IB ISapl "•May* 'ANADIAN CBAJlBSai 9 Sept. lOSept afapi. D s y i ANADaAN CONSTRUCTOR 15 Sept. 19 Sepl "u'SS 8 Oet 9J Sept I OCI. II Oet. 18 OBI 8 Carl 91 Oct 98 Otl 1ADY NSLarON It Oet 11 Oct M Oet 11 Oct 4 Mav "We wish to advise mir customers that our Workshop Department will be closed from Tuesday 5th August to Monday IHth August, 1952. both days inclusive, in order to ive our Workshop Sta0 their Annual vacation. There will be a small relief staff on duty for any emergencies. Our Office, Parts O.-partmrnt and Petrol Station will be open as usual." ECKSTEIN BROTHERS lar farther parKaslar.. apply to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—AgttnU. • ,'/,V--V//V/.-.'-'.'//.V/,','/-'.V/.V.V//AV/yA BAY STREET DIAL 4269 C"G ll TRANSATLANTIQUE Sailing! from SouUumplon lo Guadeloupe Harlndoo. TrlaMaa. Lo Ooolro. Ooroeoo S Ji ; ; ;: HURRICANE PRECAUTION HINT No. 2. HAIIMM.S After a Hurricane — E>o not touch loose or dariRlini; electric win-s. Report the dejnl the Police or the Company. 3.8.52—3n. C6*bO*at>Mfiaa*MeO**'*'-''''' FOR SALE The followiiu; horses landed Barbados Silver Trail £775; True Foot £650; Sailor Bear £600 Lundy Light £600. Water Bird £500. Apply O. P. BENNETT. Roya! Hotel, Hastings. 2.8.52 fin %  S l A*****A r *'*'~<+*J<'*-4*Sfar-*. U*X**XX*UtXX*S Stepping from your home and iiun your waiting car can be a tiresome necessity — or an anticipatory pleasure, the thrill of which never wane*. The CONSL'L owner knows this thrill und loves it—loves, too, the realization of power-smouth. Five Star transportation S2675 Olrli-c \W\ — Workshop 4203 — P:irls Doparln ,0,4.73 Charles Mf Enearney & Co.. Ltd. rial SouUnniplwii Arrive. DI GRASSI" ISth Julj. i52 2Ui Julr. UW "COLOMBO" .. 31l July. I.S2 13th Au\, 18*2 "DE GRASSE" .. 22nd Aug.. IBM 3rd Sopt.. 1M> *Not calling at Guadeloupe SAII.IM. FEOM BAEBADOB TO >I KIII'E From Baraaaaa Arrlrea Soaleip e. ii "COLOMBIE" 13th July. 1M3 2Sth Juljr. 1M2 "DE GRASSE" flth Aug., 1082 .. 16th Aug.. 1M2 "COLOMBIE" 24th Aug., laU 5th Sept. 1.32 '"DE GRASSP' .. 16Ui Sept, 1B2 . 26lh Sept, 1.32 'Sailing direct to Southampton R. M. JONES a CO.. LTD..— AIMIU. SamaemM nr i nftnanftftn.naft 0.000.0i H* w aa>eo c* a4waoo<)a. %  WAO'.W.'AW.-.MMV/A'.V.W.V.4>y J • • 0 %  I I WE HAVE — — 111.11 HOOFI1W. PAINT at S4.SO per Gallon nil 11.xi mi. r Mi'iwn u t'orarr Brood Aad Tador SU. Plarr ytur ordrr with us now lor Ihr lollowin^: GLOZONE, DISPA. HYGEKNA. WINDOLENE. SIL.VO, SHINIO. HAHPIC. (largo 1 smaUI. BROCHTNS CASTLE GOLDEN SYRUP. I.YLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP. BEMA MOLASSES. Bollks MINCEMEAT, Bottles HONEY. Bottlea CASSAREEP. Bottles HOT SAUCE. Bottles GUAVA JELLY. Tins PEARL BARLEY, ind ASPARAGUS TIPS. — Alao — Peak Erean SODA BISCUITS. Huntley 4 Palmers BISCUITS, Crawfonls SODA BISCUITS. Marvena SODA BISCUITS, ana Nelsons GELATINE. ORDER NOW . John D. 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    V l'\(.l. II N BARBADOS ADVOCATE MIDN'KSDAY, AUCl'ST t. 1J2 Racing Results a OMtUCOX SAVANNAH MONDAY, WUIH &f IMS WEATHER Hk Mace. ( \l:i IM l sr \hn—(li THAl'K K.im. •A" • "B" IMi-(1.IH I br I (5. ills. Ml-51 Furlomgi. Canyonero-Irish Rook—115 lbs Mr Landmark Wins Champion Slakes r-Thorapm—12U lb*.. Mr. S A. Wal\Yh I. 1 KinitsuaYfc-UindA—110 lb*.. Mr. K. D EdI Wine < iar; i 10.. mm KL Win J2.8I FORECAST $78.06 START Fair. Mi J B. out They went up the far siielcl. in single file, maintaining ihlr positions down the back strated and around to the two furlong scratched. I1 '*' where Careful Annie chal. lei iti*.,,i,,. c,-,„n„ w ?y*r the 74 furlong distance. Holder urged Bright lAut\< _" A aoearuraas They won gff (o m iovely „„„ liwa> M they came Into the hum* ISO lbs. Queued.: Pepper „.,„ gpunn p* M uitr judgr* for the I stretch. and Mice LuUt.m i • i rum pace J iilli:il I Mil RAtr. South Point Slake* man). five nonet %L80 HAN Hello Surprise (l.6 lbs.. James). Cs*tle In the Air waving %  %  •ven entrant* competing Star <10fl %  " '—•*" e—' R* * 1 ec) Harrow Sl.UB. $4.22. 1218 Sll : Close : Neck, head lUlh Race : MIIUHXMS STAKES—Claaj "F"\ **P1" Only (Maiden), at entry)—9800 (S26S, SI 15 )—?$ Furlong. I ORDINAL br g. O.T.C.-Bireti 116 lb-. Mr. J W Chandler 2 RAMRl.Ef! ROSE: Of Burning Bow-Rose 111 lbs.. Mr V. Chase (Joseph). O.T.C.-Aprtl llih llfl lb*.. Mr U J %  ALSO HAN Mav Uav (110 lbs.. Yvonet). Apron.i.k (116 lb*. P. Ficwhen. Columbus, nib n* O'NeillCaprtoe ui3 lb* j TIME : PARI-MIJTI'EL Win IS.8S. Place: $1.24, SI.14. $1.22. 1 I .RECAST *H.7O. Fairly Good. FINISH Clow : Neck, length. TltAlNER Mr J. W Chandler. 11 lb Race I nil., ii s D8.. Mr. ~ Rock Mr* VICTORIA STAKES—Class "F ncrsl — SMt >,iil IJ > Up the Home stretch. Timbroo't pulled away from Test Match to finish second, a length behind Abu All, and two lengths in front of Tost Match. rOLRTEKNTH RACE Oistin Handicap ___^_„_ Four horse*—Joan's Star. GavOnly (Win""* %  Cottage and Blue Dla i„H.in u top weight of 133 lb -faced the gate. Twinkle wn, rralrhed. It wus a spruit for horses classified "G" uiul LowssT, and f;.n saw young Blades make bU debut to the tracA. straddling Cottage. The race was off to a bod stari. | Joan*! Star and Blue Diamondhaving the Jump on Cottage and Gavotte who trailed some four or live lengths behind. Yvonet kept Joans Star in front, with Blue Diamond fol— lowing, mid over by the nine furUlh Race : CHAMPION STAKES—Class "A" J. Lower—I1.2M |,>ng gato G.ivotle I'-ok over frnni enan I.ad> TIME ; 2.33 S I \lll-M( Til I.: Win: $4.42. Place: $1.62; tl.lt, $l^t. FORECAST $19.08. START: Fairly Good. FINISH : Easy, 1 lengl'n. neck. TltAlNER : Mr. V Chase. I Ma Rarr : BOVTH POINT STAKES—Class "C" 4V "Cl" Only (Maidens at Entry—19*0 ($30. tl50. $$•)—7<* Furloogs 1 ABU Al.i ch.c. Persian Gulf-Fair Witness, 109 1 lbs., Mr. F.B.C. llethell (Holder). L 1 THIMRHOOK : r f Trimhrush-Silv.r Brook. 108 lbs., Mr. R. II. Mayer* li.nti liman). 3 TEST MATCH : b.g. Vnldnvian-Mateh Play. 109 I 7. Mr. F. E. C. Bethell (Yvonet). ALSO RAN DevU'l Svmphonv (106 • 5 lbs., Crossley); The Thing (108 4 lbs.. Newman); Darhan. Jane (106 + 4 lbs.. Fletcher); Magic Oar> (113 lbs., J. Belle). TIMF l IB 1,5. I'AItl-MUTUKL Win $3,48 Pin.-: $1.46. 11.50, $2.88. KoltECAST : !13 56. START: Oood. FINISH Easy: I length, 2 lengths. TltAlNER : Mr, F E. C. Bethell. 14th Race: OISTIN HANDICAP—Class "G" it Lower—$SM ($165. $80. $40)— 5'. Furlongs hb. b.f Dunusk-Colleen. 121 lbs., Mr. S. J. br g. OT.C.-Call Olrl. 133 lbs., Mr. O.TC.-Marionette, 130 lbs., Mr V E. 1. JOAN'S STAB : Rock (Yvonet). 2 BLUE DIAMOND It. E Gill (Lulehman). 3 GAVOTTE: h Cox (Wilder). ALSO RAN Cottage (98 lbs.. Blades). TIME: MI. t PARI-MUTUEI.: Win: S6.B2. Place: $2.08. $1.72. FORECAST $11.04 START: Fairly bad, FINISH: Easv, it length-;. TBAINER I Mr. S. J. Hock. 15th Race: HKKWITH STAKES—Class "I>" A Lower—$900 ($300. $150. HO)— 5J Furlongn 1 MARY ANNb.m, O.T.C-Fiak. 133 lbs., Mr. F F C Bethell, (Yvonet) 2 TOP FLIGHT b.m. Flotsam-Meads. 133 lbs.. Mr. I.. J. Wong. (Lutcbtnan). 3 WILL OTIIE WISP II: br.m Battle Front-Mar.hlight, 118 lbs., Mr. C A Proverbs, (J. Belle). TIME 1.08 l/S 1'AItl-MUTUEL: Win: $1.80 FORECAST: $1.92. START: Good. FINISH: Comfortable. TRAINER: Mr. F. F.. C. Dclhell. 16th Rarr: BCSII HILL STAKES: t:ia*s "C" A "C2" Only (Winners)—$000. ($300, 1159. $50)—71 Furlongs 1 BRIGHT LIGHT b.f Burninc Bow-Fehcitas. 116 lbs., Mr. C. Barnard (Holder) 2 DASHING PRINCEflS : br f Dostur-Princess Regent 133 Hki, Mr. R. E Gill (Luhgunan), 3 CAREFUL ANNIE, b.f. Rirlkan-Mnvcment Control, 126 lbs Mr. I.. Pantin (Quoted). TIME: 135 4,5. PARI-MUTUFL Win : $1.56. % FORECAST$2.16 ^l START: Good. FINISH Easy: 1 length 3 lengths. * I'li.MNEB Hon. V. C. Gale. Boxers In Training For Association's Competition AmaWur boxers arc now in entries arf being received at the terloul trainlnp for the Barbados Modern Hiah Sehool. aie IK might Boxers' Asoelatlon' llnder m bontanmeluhl under ;; ,' l,0 ,,,or.rh' n 'La"', ,h ,r. 0 l bo l ,"e" "J^^ "f" !* 2£ we.e.eleeted to tour Trinidad, and ' %  •*' %  '""""" l4 '' ">kldlr-elhl. ... ..',.. li-.,t man hlWIIIll ""-Iar lW. URht-heuv.vwelght.unonlal bouts may be staged. der 175. and heavyweight, over The various divisions lor which 115. Beckwith Slakes This was the third 5H furlong event for the afternoon. Two horses were scratched leaving %  Held nf three U> face the starter. These were Will O'The Wisp 11. Marv Ann and Top night. Ag the gates flew, Johnny Belle pushed Will O'The Wisp II to the front and kept the mare in this position until the Held had got near the two furlong pole when Mary Ann who was running in the second position, challenged and toon over. Top Flight also moved up .,5 Wdl O'The Wisp II began to fade out the picture On entering Ihe bend for the straight. Yvonet pushed on Mary Ann to get home first an easy Clone, by three length. Top Flight was second ten length front of Will OThe Wisp II SIXTEENTH RACE H.i-h Hill SUks iMi.rol Annie, Dashing Prln. nyt gnt. "right l.igHt were the Uiree st... 1st!*, Doldrum and High And Low having been •" %  •cjwd. The event was over 7V, furlongs, and gelling off to a good -tart. Holder hustled Bright Llghl A^hc? wen, pasl lb. ludgc. for the first time, II was Bright Light a length away from C, fu"Annie, with Dnahl lying third^ 1ST CHOICE DEMOCRACY CLUB ERNIE riMx Kill wishes to thank his many friends who rolled up In great numbers last Friday. He also takes Mm opportunity of thanking the few who telephoned and said they were sorry they could not turn up owinf to previous engagements being made but will be In attendance next Wednesday and Friday at S p.m. sharp. MENU. upplied by Edgw.it ll.ti.-i. Bathshebs. Ftcsh Lobster Cocktails Turkey and Ham. Goddards Fresh Cambridge' lire. Pork Sausages. Peach Melbu You'll be thrilled with the diirercnce Pcpsodent makcA to your smile! In jusi one week your teeth become daz/lingly white, brighter than you've ever seen them! That's because Pcpsodent contains Irium, the special ingredient that floats away dull him from teeth, gives them a wonderful new sparkle! SLAZENGER TENNIS RACKETS & BALLS WF HAVK a nice %  uort. nicnt ill FRAMtS in slock. Price : $15.50 & 116.00. BALIS $4.12 per Tin Ol 4. CAVE SHEPHERD ik CO., LTD I HIII I II I I I IIIIII III 'H I H I THIN — Smile into >'o> ?R/CE + An ace-old equation on whieh our cosling has been consistently based. It illustrates three laets: One is that of value. The second, embodied in the text, is proof of careful buying. The third is in the expressed satisfaction of our customer* who. in turn, have introduced us to their friends. \ ( S32.O50 IS OUT V. OP !" 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    ATHift HfPOXr Three Take Over Regency In Egypt Until Faud II Old Enough 1114 I IVIVI. TIIK 'l %  • W.A.F.Ds. Expel Twelve Members By WALTER COLLINS. CAIRO, August 5. £GYPT ushered in a new era on Tuesday as three regents who will rule the country until the young king, Ahmed Faud, comes of age, were sworn in :.t Abdine Palace, a former residence of exiled King Farouk. The Resents, Prince Abdel Monen. F.inuk's cousin. independent politician Ba*i KI Hi me liai.ikat and Colonel Meliana. leader in the nimy hierarchy, and a representative of "strong man" General Mohammed Naguih. took office in the throne room of the vast palace which was once; Farouk's residence at 17.10 G.M.T. Premier Aly Maher and his Cabinet were present at the ceremony. Immediately prior to the swearing in ivremony. the Cabinet, wearing formal grey frockcoats met with Maher. Meanwhile Wafriist sources ---% %  — Tuesday criticized Ihc party executive for the which ben was handled. Three former and nine former Members of Parliament were expelled from Ihe W.A.F.D. Euypt's most powerful political machine for failing to toe the party line. The official Ward 1st organ Al Batagh said thow expelled from the party were given no chance to defend themselves. In the long criticism of the purge editor Mohamed Abdii KakiT "aid there was considerable confusion evident in the party Executive decision to expel members without investigation and at Ihe same timo set up u commissioi of enquiry to look into the charges against other members. Hussein El Guindi former Minister who was one of those expelled said the W A.K.D. is heading for ;i split which might move It from its position as the mosi powerful Egyptian ixilitieal party. Youths Instigated Purge Gulndt said the purge had been instigated by a group of younger Wafdists led by former Foreign Affaire Minister Mohamet* b^U El Dan. He aald it ii.d in-wnturn following General NafcJfb'military coup July 19th. Informed sources said the W.A.F.D. executive is considering further disciplinary action regarding alleged corruption and malpractice within the party ranks. Committee members charged with investigating the alleged corruption include Salah El Din who I %  i nines slated Ihnt he i: opposed to Faud Scrag El Din Party Secretary and right hand man to Chairman Mustafa El Neha The opposition organ Iseral hinted that El Din is attempting to replace Serag but Iron discipline prevails among the inner circle rf Wafdists and any serious rifts between the two men have nlwavs been smoothed by Nah The W.A.F.D. holds 107 out of 100 Senate sent* and 220 out of 319 •eats in the dhsolved Chamber of Deputies. -VV. King Feisal Will Tour U.S. WASHINGTON. Aug. S. The State Department said on Tuesday thai King Feisal II of Iraq is due in New York on August 12 for five-week visit to the United States. The young King, who Is expected on the liner Quren Mary from England, where he has just completed his studies at Harrow, will ascend the throne next Hay. On hi;; unofficial visit here he is i be accompanied by Prince Abdul Man his uncle and Hegenf of Iraq, and %  party of six. After spending tour days in New York, Feisal will fly to Washington for ihe Week-end. Here he will be lodged at Blair House, the official government residence for high dignitaries and some friends of President and Mrs. Truman during their three years occupation of the White House. One State Department official said that the tour was arranged so as to provide the young Kins with visits to as many and as varied irrigation installations %  .possible, flutentative itinerary provides for the party to arrive in San Francisco by train on August 24 for a three-day visit. Then the Royal entourage will mc -r d the Pacilic Coast to LosAngeles, where side trips will be made to nearby reclamation projects and to the capilal at Hollywood. It was thought possible that the King might even have time to take In a small California town. | —U.P. \ianv Burn To Drafh In Bits Oollisiou TEXAS, AM*• Just he-*/ 111*11 > person* died In flaming hell thai resulted when two Greyhound buses craahed south of here tarty yorterday, remained a m.lrr> to-day. At least 28 bodies had been recovered limn charred! atsanhlea of Ihe but 37 pi—mil highway I Users but a pile of .-furred Mean and bane remained for classification. Twenty-five persons were injured and theheat waa act intense that molten metal and ft-lssa poured ui little, streams across the cracked highway. Police believe that some bodies were cremated. Meanwhile officiant of Greyhound Lines, loesl police, and the Texas Department of Public Ksfrty tried to find out what happened and why the %  peedlngvehicle* rammed together and burst Into tlames about t a-m. The. two young driver".. Mllbury Berr* Herring and B V Malone HAROLD GQAatD LONDON. Aug. 5. Concern lirepened over luiion :u authorities look stock of I Ush trend in Egypt and Iran. Week-en cablefrom Cairo appa gave sonic observers Kruupi iur optimism on then n of the way in which Prime Minister Aly Maher and General Moharnm.'d Naguib (inn to handle extremist*in Egypt, but in official quarters here no firm hopes have been expressed. Naguib Is Been as on unknown quantity Although he formally st.ited Kobodj here thsssssrn* that Cornthat the Egyptian army will keej out uf politic-, it Is doubted herf whether he would be able to iem.in alc-f if poUUcUni fall U deliver the goods, th.it is, introduce land reform, check corruption, and get an ,I'KT;III.H ,,n th< Sudan Their i> UtUa eontldrnce hen m Al> Maher pergqnall) lit da said he intends to govern with I Cut-aicl and parliament wlndh apparently will include inn. names already familiar as unrelenting npimneniK of Britain. Army Backing If this mean* that Want jNMt) leaders will resume their preuidication tactics, it is doubled hire whether Aly Maher will be .01lo hold on to .in office v Ittgmi the open backing of the array. but reports from Cairo indicated that the rel backers of the army were the Mosler | who st..nds patient .. with Britain until th Nile vallv *.W7* "sL a" la. ll 1 l ir uniflod under Egyptian rul. Wipe l*Ul KeOelrJ and the last Uritfah soldier h I Iff", the Suez Canal Zone. In liv SAIGON. Inuo-Chins, [army itself Nagolb's youngv August 5. offlcers* fully support these d> King Norodom said that Slemands. < '. 11 ii hi wi inn \i'm\ to hanouk's Cambodia a army soon I will launch a fullacale offensive to wipe out scattered remnants of various rebel froup* according to reports reaching here from neighbouring Cambodia. Ttao reports said Cambodian forces will swing into action ri about a fortnight after the rainy period etui5. The largest and best armed single rebel group Is the 200 strong terrorist gang of the Nationalist leader Son Noff Thanh. whose army holds sway over the tiny strip of Cambodia in the i Ko'ilens forests 110 miles nor to of Pnom Penh. It was announced over rebel radio that Vietminh rebels soon would come to his help and the expelled French within five days. —U.P. Most observe feel that the new regime 1 Egypt, if ll Is to retain populB support will have to cany oi the old lln* of nn'l-'mperlBllern which could easily lead lo am direct action against British'in* terosta In aVyyt Kifypt has much party %  Crength but if U Ii . fact thai CommurOst agitators aUegedly And BO many ready allies In Egypt ha* It cararn onncern hni %  rom Teberwn over t """a ronahb lhal • aarni Uuatton ibetna duplicat ir Iron Prim* Minister Mohai gh hai een iv anpisKsXlemsad powers, voted by hoth the Seri.it,. and the M.i.lis AH reports' LndttBats tnai degh ha* broken with thiCom* ii'unist Tudch p t'.l". HON. V Ch .in (tier Mi Ho ,. iAIi |: ,, .... i:.,. oaj .uri Bmht ligat rteMri ... laa iflM DM V SI..,BN I D iimkiiiri the pre*entJtion In ths picture reading fiora left _to_right are-Mr J. E Edwards. U* Nobrlga, Ml Maurice Skinner. Hen V C. Qale. Mi A. 3 Bryd*u and Hoiuat. D Chandler. British Clergyman Performs Iliiulu (Jeremony COlwOMBO, Ceylon. Aug B limtherhesd • A Kritiati chnsiian tlcrgym, i rieg->iiatian* trie Hobiiv*">ii en on Tuesday by JH-I forming ihc Hindu a a remotij of Rrewalkina befors 1,000 pllgrlrns at Ceylon's f.imous shrine of Katai Roniaton who recent 1> %  chlsvad uni supprtlng Indian and < i here thereto practice ..f inew.aking waa %  watehsd by two oabtnel mlnUters is he svvUead I earai flowing ooals BBBHI i-nly in a polr Afterwards he entered U Rsplsj Ui i>i"i> with Hindu pilgrims. —D.V Coloured Law Breakers Threatened With Whip \ prrsRSBtnia, SOUTH AFRICA, AU. t PREMIER Daniel Milan's administr.ilion may slillrn Its racial soKroRatiun law in an oflorl to stamp out the growln impaiRn bein staged by the coloured pdpulaUon. Ju Uce Minister Charles Swan told ., public meeting her* thM the Government will not hesitate t" Intreduce new Iri'.islation Mulla Bggtonfaaf DtsleiHe Exenlnrfli MALTA. Aug. i. The bl| I ussaBOB of Mall., exercisss start Ml TUSS day Bight, vvhen .ill Anniit:i" fleet Uin .'I in the i. i .IIIIIB With It.A.r'. bontberi fr..m Britain ol %  ..ti -. Deali AIIUK.II, Si'ir>t.u> ,i tha Tfaaauiy John BDydari • %  | >'' ither high Igval ofAciati foUowlng his arrival Mil 00 BsVlembtl "He said Havenga will BITivi Ul NW Vink mi August |8, ,ind will go riMin than atraet to llexioo lily for ttM annual m ast lo g %  tin Int ttooal Bonk 'and ntooetai j fund n< uaaaratood that Ifavansu '.,-. |>SM fOUl e year old Clsainnai Managing Dttactol ol tM B Portland Cement CiMiipany, hit high bpoU taday with his one llion steiitng worta 'A oaa id a half per cent, unsecured benturM Dealings started in debentures I ning at %  record Tnjum of 23 the Issue pesCa Of DOT In active hnsUngi Mi,, pi leg reee furtl bafora lunch lue to one UUng Tne dl rarry the option to %  ubtM year at 10s. 6d., u giin As existing share. it 2ls. x right.v BBM ogsttea ia a /uluablc one. i!< *Ord lUddish has al.vaya Keen a man of idea* Tbe f this Issue—he. wants the cash fni his cement planU In Trtl I An ti ih.i I. ..it h : I guud %  here this _t;.p. Abu All" (Hold.', up), WIIIIUIIK tlie Boiilli Point lUkes fioDn "Trlmbrook" Lutchiu.iii up) Is In Ihn se'Otid plsca. Loan Will luiahlr Australia To Work Uranium Fields WASHINGTON, Au United State** offlcfaui Mid on Tug Atomic Energy Comtnl g^cpoi^linporl bank will giva ;i tubfUntia] loun to Australia foi fforitl new ur.iiiiuiii fields, ind al %  <• thai .' %  %  to >x|)jiiit ui.iniiiiii iiiiiniifaclunm pJantl III South Africa JON gtn td niK HI Illness Of Sailor Causes Disclosure Of Naval Secret I lint: \\ i MiiH.t Tlie llllicas ol .. IliitiMi s.nb.r ba Admiralty to-day to uli-ntity i>( a secrot warfare defence ship nperating in •lie All.ir.lnTI' converted tank lending ship Ben Lomand i K iui a speed if i3.r knot-, gad ii ooo >t 64. They ^ml that Ihe recommend. r< lion by the Atomle Energy c:omthe Co. missi'-n t, ( thi> Exivrt-Iini-art r loans Un uranium produetton mearui that the bunk vill grant loans once list -.ul Tlu'.v .ii'i '.Inill I...in inoiuv ti> A lo buy machinery to work and process ueaaiiurn In South AoatraI ia and Northern Territory uranium fields. loitlnf June the I necessity for possible. —U.P. i MI; IV ft VAJWs PAXLUtUffl i n;n in OTTAWA, Aug. 4 4 People Die In Plane ('rush Firemen fought for nvo hours early to-day to stamp out a stubThey unclet 3tml that the Alomio born two jdurm blaze win. h bri ke Energy Conimisaloii full agrees' oat in the dmn..'if Parliament'* with the Australian Prime hhtorlc lihrary. Water dam... Mmlstci. Hubert Menzle.;. that the valuable 5O0.UOO book coUei foi tha first time, it dollaratsould %  BH BearuBJ ; %  > boo %  .<.-,,•. expected to run Into hu oon as possible to enable the drsds of thousands of ucmium fields to be worked. They ..re lost. —XI The thin di bgi n %  lafanoa %  gadoel aerai arerfaa under hush huab conditions for three Oil 15 miles olT the luter ib-brldes. and ejtperunental aiumals Uuluding sheep, goats uiui pigs and laboratory equipment ate aboard. Patrol vessel! %  Jl oaher shipping sway from the prohibited gone aitero the ship opatataa. When sailoi Derek Carroll 28 WHS taken from Uie ship to a '.< -i>.' il on Island Lewes yesterd..y with a mysterious ailment Hie admiralty identified the vessel dded tersely MIAMI. Kloiida. Au. A priv.it. ( %  11 I crippled by |esna I crashed ;ual OgplodasJ '' M International Airport Lite last nifht InstenUj killinu four persons aboard. W Essm.s Bald the big two-engined plane plowed into the laadfOg %  & .m.i : < .ii rae li %  %  % %  crewmen aari t" rwciity niifiLii' • %  'iiptIng to land, the pilot radioed that conlrula of the ailerons in the wing assembly were Jammed, accord%  i-ul >n to P** 1 1 officials. Z ,1 The plane was owned b^ I .'.. Weesner of Miami, mi Ofl Resort Airlims. | Un*g)a i of non-scheduled frelgh'. passenger flight service. Thl plane was not out for pas-. % %  —i r i-jthat CJlTOlla ailment "h; DOnaeCtioa with In-* employment HI th.' IT ••! %  f.r. Swedes Protest Again HI. V CHASE'S Landi The ae of tea was ta %  ph api winning the Steward'} Sta kes en Bstaroay from Mr. lariest of the day. .„__ .. ___ R E. Oill's Bell.Surprise (Lutchman up}. STOCKIIOI^f. August 5. n of the note The Swedish government seari I lilh i coanwnlque frooi .i new protest note lo the Soviets U day against j Russian pon -tatemitits M tw„ unarmed Swcdkrh ted In Bus-, airplanes over international waters elan rhe .nlerv;ew in ihe Eh organ ofl An aoawaring luaaslan note was the Riualan r.avy. rgaa out the n brought up by the Russians In at! adish pumej., end stressed th i n:i | to v Dougla IJK r< 3 dtiaph'lng th.* %  : forum ln %  Office comrir %  %  operators iieen found, hut search %  On June Id an unarmed Citnlina "Lino 'iking part In the search tor th. Dakota was attacked by tWO M I.O. jet fighters with their Russian r. %  visible. atackj on plane destroying %  M engine and injuring membeTi of the crew. The Swedes crashthe water .in-', the crew %  P by a brighter, The plane wnk. Th two gg f a cl a were the sub' %  peeted notes between S\ ede jnd Russian govern merits. —U.P. Radio-Teletype Service Inaugurated In Leading W.I. Newspapers NEW Y< UIK. A Radiorafjat] %  '* la miii^ netvanapeni u i In Ijitin America end 1 !• :. the Associated I M-mbers in that en I %  ami with the InltJ service com.rs .loser InteeJI A.f'S.. d.uly radjoi i i. Latin America. Part of the Baa Bqul installer I I ron be report a** receive.I b) I > it CJII uewauap i nd radio win be In exactly tha %  U that goini. %  us la %  l*ne opci if



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    ,U.I I Mil I:\I!I:\IHIS \I,M>< Ml \\l DNESDAY, VI (.1ST . I32 £W6 galting H IS K'BIB KEN%  % %  nt House. Sn K niaekburmis Governor of the lands, %  %  so to spend a ata n and Mis. II. I'..'hl, H %  • s< After One Year M AN GITTKNS rclurno to Canada on Thurso... morning b> T.l A.. t< iiUMhamt Who IN with Mesar* kmpaoo a Co. in lUlif.tx ;.fior Hying in Barbau M (t .., r ,ii-" Marti omuariicrt bv he i BavWi Mm : %  %  %  when ht%  I--1-! ihGkaMnw • hU familv. Martiaaque A RRIVING In the Monda> last by ague was Madame EUflene Chennaberg win ) %  .. 1 ww*.'. Mad<. heiuwberg is a teacher (U the c.c. rtancuu ak.-t.iooi an intent l< improve her English proitum mW the bencht of the •ghoota During her Ma\ hare ahe • the gueat of Mrs M il ifonl" Worthing Veterinary Surgeon BTaTVl BKNNETT Vein mary Surgeon of Trinidu.i "f Mr. O P. Bennett, Starter at tha I1T.C rived OB Saturday morn B.W.I.A. from Trinidad %  gueat at the Hastinga D Omoial taf bo and is Hotel AIM arriving by B.W.I.A.. From Tnnularl im Saturday morn. M were Mr. Everarrl Panlin. Dcuul> Superintendent of the Trinidad Government Hnilwav and Mr. Tan* Tawil. Director of flic Faulkencr Trading Co.. of Port-f-Sp;, m Tlie> hive cimi' over for the Race* and are guests ut the Hastinga Hotel. Mr Tawil ha* now come to Join his wife who was here since Monday. Charge Nurte Returns \ FTER spending a month's holiday in British Guiana. Miss Olive Husbands. Charge Nurse of the Barbados General Hotpltal. returned home on Thursday evening by II W.I.A. While there, she waa a guest of Mr. and Mrs Hilton Out ridge. Listening Hours 4pm ThT NVH, 4 10 p m The Daui, Strvlrv. 4 IS i> > p m Tha ll>mii wr sum, %  P-fn acolllah g"1 i kind ol MuMc, 6 40 p r RpnrK B-md up mat PTOCrammc Parade, 7pm TinNri TBpm ii I i.-law r.. SS.aBM. . %  •• %  Mr. Heckles, senior, u retired •* %  < "* I Iinastei, Wa:, the lirM President of the West Indies and British Guiana Teachers' Association now called the Caribbean Union of Teacher v. Assistant Manager Returns M l> NORMAN M. % %  %  I -end by 1. W I A -fler St. Kitts in the infer. nrm He waa accompanied bv hkl Stationed In St. Lucin M M and II . % %  B.%V I A v ML Mr. Parkinson i> stationed ir St. Lucia working triUl Barnes and Co.. Ltd. Spent A Week L EAVING for Canada day D.V T.c.A. pa II to the U.S.A were Mr and Mrs I Illinois They spent a %  < day here staying at the 0oruig Sfa* y ei %  4ond-GtOfff ef ia EVE PATR'CE WYMORE PLAaf 4 BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2310) PRtDAY 2.3o—4.45 & 8.30 p.m and Continuing Dally t.48 and 8.30 p.m. or strikingly relieved In 63-80%" of the cases in doctor** lasts 1 %  Those suffocating beat waves" alternating; ulth nervous, clammy feelings and accompanied often by restless irritability and nervousuess are well-known to women aufTcrlntr. the functionally-caused distress of middle life "cbange"! You want relief from such suffering And—chances are—you can get It. Thrilling relief! Tftanks to two famous Lvdto Pinkham nsedseffiM/ 'In4ochws'tml$ LydlaPlnKhams Coaaaound aad Tableta brougU relief trom such dlslraai ID €3 aad SO* iraapectU-tyi of ttM •*•• tested CoMplste or *tnkt0 nUUft aiaaing. you aw*? not to tha many tlMIIB—III* ot wooioii who know from aaparl'm* v-hat ibass ldU Pinkham Mrtlrlnai can dot Thatr aaston artuauy U ary %  nodern. Toay aaan a aaa illrteallj cmlming. soofkiae rffaott Try Lydla Fl n k h a m a oo the basis DX oasdlsaTeetdSskBet Sa* U yon. too. dent gain biassed r*Uef from tbeat aarrlbfe^hot f I'm 21 (hmces LighU'r! Hy 111 } \ \KU WKRSIII |l lUas me > I shall va; '-nwf the InMan. -vhat will i 1 do III haui %  il You should H toasting *-a<-h oil all beverage. IksHr vic%  l hudow. [' %  iiraakfuit % %  • iggs on i doubla-yolkti. and I y. Hi It's two The blueprlni of you •.. i. -. ^ %  i l am Ruing to cat It" And I dWhibit They put amblp l U7hai Is ahead of them, here is Saadoy's bill 1 Thin Man fen-.— MA BNTH EMI Ml HI] IIRKAKI kfl Osteal wlUi milk *aa tralrd jpplr. Unr bollrd OHTwo Hllrc* thin IUJM with i UJSM of butter. Tea or i.iffr.wHfe milk. no sue jr. DOQffl II Cilaas of tomato luh-e. Oaa feed Berttse f rtast ni' il I tt.l 111 M |H Ka*aH porlloti of • paUMtio s waoiM tpt"" io v*f nuaf from ita -fco* /awic" umj eslasr naas*le—i U |i as a — S dUf/*aBM of -aAaar* of UM-" 4. B Sir SI I %  • %  %  41 I. ft it 8. IS N1.1HKT OK CONVICT LAKE" Glonn FORD Zachary SCCl T — and — "MSSSAGE To GARCIA" W II utn JNWYCK lll'IMM. IKIUil KILIER OR HERO? -G-M ARIGa MILI Irntlcoctcs iur m*l cndtBVOun but M.rch l]-A*nl aiina'. ...: tnatUis Br baMV f^ourd nom .\Ui. i>.iUi'noe, (juttnn a*fa ' ptrionalj Kent..! wmk • • Practical matters, industry, trades. soustdsL; business and finaaces have beneflc vlbra-^ gens, Personal afTaii; ask calm, patient trcalmsai. u Inai w. 0a*OasfJ 22-Jnly 23 MiT 21—Jam 21 Vou ^' ^ ercur >' stressei need for calm, anil, i of important undertaking*, matter id. which could cause lo^r-. Day has favour-^^ able irends; con be gainful If-handled wisely. -a • • ^ .Neither stimulating nor retarding inclinaII Moon's sector Jupiter help-jd ful lo all managing their work and other ~ interests astutely * * Favourable aspects from your natal Sun^ .ind from Jupiter. It should be a producive da) Hut be ne that magic path. ^_ • • • • The Sun and Jupiter are friendly plunou to achievement In sound business, useful ^ and needed matters, domestic transactiuns^ oth are in fine configurations now. You can be a good Influence on others this intber muted, perhaps at times confusing day. Be not over-sealous. Moderation' ^ * Hope and confidence are our blrthrlghta; nourish these with right living, prayer and jL •ound education. Today chauenges in(tenuity, faith. 1* YOU UUKN TODAY: ScinUlloting, Inlcrestlng person^ lit;. :in make fnends readily nnd hold fhem when true to "V .our liner traits. You have leadership qualiUes. perhaps dls^C like irksome details or small tasks and taking orders. Birthilaie Daniel O'Conncll. Irish statesman; Alfred Lord Tenn>7T son, Bug post, I/ouollii Parsotu, famous columnist. Vi-nuphos LIO Jnly 24— Ang. SS VIBOO Aug 25—ftspt 1 aeaajipo Oct. 24— HOT. BAOITTARnill NOT. 23-Dec, 22 will make you strong again!" For people convalescing after illness ... for that "run-down" feeling of everlasting tiredness . and as a Miinulant to liven stp your nervo%* system, Vi-SHiphos is the ideal tonic. Vl-nuphos Tonic contains Vitamin B ( mineral glycerophmphaics and other stimulant %  which revitalize the nervous system and restore the rstcging appetite. Don't just ask your chemist for a tonic. Ak torVi-naphM(proeouncedVi-noo-foss). ,., AI.I.FN S. HANBITKiN LIMITED. LONDON, E.2 Enjoy DUNL0PILL0 comfort EVERYWHERE!] CAPRICORN ic 23 — Jsn. SI AyOARIUH Jan. 22 — Fab. i PU0BI reb. 2'. -atarob 2 Rupert's Spring Adventure-5 j < 77u ovmkat LATEX FOAM CUSHIONING *tid Ian night as got too** i burned i holt right through ..., 1 > pti dfjgon'. IJUII." htdgt. and coorfrtNi snow ahan Drop your rummti for i mmuK *iM •inlrM ket|i him urrfullf crumtd op. H jtid | ( i rnc thow vou *hit I* nr whtn h winii M> found." And rhr run off. BLOOD IMPURITIES Many staacats are csuicd by r-x oluod which Ptl tftft may sffca iho whole *yrem. Skin crupnow ^^ %  nd OTOSUOO, simple rheiunstiim tr.d painful ecu risrtr't tigiu: that i Hloort Mizrure. Thi* nmous medic deansr the blood irrrajn of unpunti !* %  OC/.V CLARKE'S-^ & Blood Mixture PLLAZ4 THEATRES DDOU ._ TBblaU with MlJerf Iron Itriml list v*ly U41. Wondtrfni — IDo — tor Ihe func ttonal paint, onucpa. "drtcard-rut bMnna and otbn dlKomlort ui BBft MUWI Mtuau l.\ SlOt K AMI Assortment at a I Mill •• WI.IIN III1SI a LADIKS NYLACE HOSE a LADIES' LISLE HOSE a CHILDREN'S ANKLETS — ALSO NEW SHIPMENT OF . a MEN'S WILSON FELT HATS $1.09, $2.15, (2.28, $2.41 : 14.50 $1.31 30. 32 46 CENTS T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 460r. The beauty of Ferguson cottons... fxqutulf dVsifru hlosu mill hairierJ< . sparkling MssW) wash aflrt icsuA . ars toaons thai tnalrr up M wrttwktn, ambries, sei/at, stay unthtmgfJ tkrtwgh art iht lovely aiip frnjuwn Umiiifully into tlotlif> • IHI in -iB.Nrii ijinfjby *UFrrgHtM Fahrir. wfn'iuHi a* mreJ or thr material will he replarrA. Always look for thr name Ferguson on lite vluedor. THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. White Park Rod, Bridgetown ENGINEERS. BRASS and IRON FOUNDERS Works contain modern appliances for the execution of first-class work of all kinds, and esp ecially to SUGAR MACHINERY and STEAMSHIPS Dealers in AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY and GENERAL ENGINE ROOM STORES of all Description IRRIGATION PROJECTS, PUMPING EQUIPMENT and ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS A SPECIALTY For Satisfaction. Quality aad Sank* Contact THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Phone : 4546, 4650 Workshop Pbune 4528 Storea Dept: I


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Wednesday, August 06, 1952
    Frequency: daily
    regular
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    Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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    Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
    Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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    ,U.I I Mil
    i:\I!I:\ihis \i,m>< Ml
    \\l DNESDAY, VI (.1ST . I32
    W6 galting
    HIS K'- BIB KEN-
    '
    nt House. Sn K
    niaekburm- is Governor of the
    lands,

    so to spend a
    ata n and Mis. II.
    I'..'hl, H - s<
    After One Year
    MAN GITTKNS rclurno
    to Canada on Thurso...
    morning b> T.l A.. t<
    iiUMhamt Who in with Mesar*
    kmpaoo a Co. in lUlif.tx
    ;.fior Hying in Barbau
    M(t..,r,ii-" Marti
    omuariicrt bv he
    i BavWi Mm
    :

    when ht- I--1-! ih- GkaMnw
    hU familv.
    Martiaaque
    ARRIVING In the
    Monda> last by
    ague was Madame
    EUflene Chennaberg win )..
    1 ww*.'. Mad-
    <. heiuwberg is a teacher (U
    the c.c. rtancuu ak.-t.iooi an
    intent l<
    improve her English proitum m-
    W the bencht of the ghoota
    During her Ma\ hare ahe
    the gueat of Mrs M il
    - ifonl" Worthing
    Veterinary Surgeon
    BTaTVl BKNNETT Vein
    mary Surgeon of Trinidu.i
    "f Mr. O P. Bennett,
    Starter at tha I1T.C
    rived OB Saturday morn
    B.W.I.A. from Trinidad
    gueat at the Hastinga
    D
    Omoial
    taf bo
    and is
    Hotel
    AIM arriving by B.W.I.A..
    From Tnnularl im Saturday morn.
    M were Mr. Everarrl Panlin.
    Dcuul> Superintendent of the
    Trinidad Government Hnilwav
    and Mr. Tan* Tawil. Director of
    flic Faulkencr Trading Co.. of
    Port-f-Sp;,m Tlie> hive cimi'
    over for the Race* and are guests
    ut the Hastinga Hotel.
    Mr Tawil ha* now come to Join
    his wife who was here since
    Monday.
    Charge Nurte Returns
    \FTER spending a month's holi-
    day in British Guiana. Miss
    Olive Husbands. Charge Nurse of
    the Barbados General Hotpltal.
    returned home on Thursday eve-
    ning by II W.I.A. While there, she
    waa a guest of Mr. and Mrs Hilton
    Out ridge.
    Listening Hours
    4pm ThT nvh, 4 10 p m The Daui,
    Strvlrv. 4 IS i> > national FYatlval. 4 4S p m ttrrordt
    S p m. Warwickahlia vm India, ft OS p m
    Inlrilndr. 3 13 p m l .
    a 4> p m Tha ll>mii wr sum, P-fn
    acolllah g"1 i kind ol
    MuMc, 6 40 p r RpnrK B-md up mat
    PTOCrammc Parade, 7pm Tin- Nri
    TBpm ii
    I i.-law r.. SS.aBM. . ELAINE BTEWART
    . nrw M-O-M aetras*
    Dominica Inspectors
    Mil UKORGE BRUNLH and
    Mr. Emanuel Bertrand, two
    S.mitaiy Inspectors from Domin-
    ica, returned home on Thursday
    by B.G. Airways after spending
    .i holiday in Barbados. They had
    stopped off here an their way from
    Jamaica where thev had attended
    a ten-month course nt the Public
    Health Training Centre in Kings-
    ton.
    Mr. Bruner and Mr. Bertrand
    were guests of Mrs Wooding of
    Mellon Street.
    Off to the U.S.A.
    Mil V C KNIGHT, lcprusenlu-
    ''ssrs DaCoata and
    Left on Sunday by
    B.W.I.A. for Trinidad Intranslt for
    B
    Retired bchoolmaslcr
    MR T. I HECKLES. M.B.K..
    and Mr Ueckles were arriv-
    al* from Trinidad on Satani.iv
    morning by B.W.I A. lor about
    live weeks' holiday which thev
    are apeivding with their son and
    dauhter.in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
    Clive A. E Deckles "1 the Garri-
    son.
    ~i |j > Mr. Heckles, senior, u retired
    *< "* I.....Iinastei, Wa:, the lirM Presi-
    dent of the West Indies and Brit-
    ish Guiana Teachers' Association
    now called the Caribbean Union of
    Teacher v.
    Assistant Manager Returns
    Ml> NORMAN M.


    I -end by
    1. W I A -fler
    St. Kitts in the infer.
    nrm He waa accompanied bv hkl
    Stationed In St. Lucin
    MM
    and ii .
    '
    B.%V I A
    v ML
    Mr. Parkinson i> stationed ir
    St. Lucia working triUl
    Barnes and Co.. Ltd.
    Spent A Week
    LEAVING for Canada
    day d.v T.c.A. pa II
    to the U.S.A were Mr and Mrs
    I
    Illinois They spent a ' <
    day here staying at the 0 Vie* Hob
    Mi. Branna la Tariffs Managi
    .ines.
    To Rdside in U.K.
    MRS. laftJM

    have been ratldUUJ
    for some months are now zur*i:
    the Hasttngi Hotel pnor ut
    leaving for the Unltad kingdom
    latat In the month U< take u
    permanent re'n
    For Canada and U.S.A.
    Dh. w I i I I0HK
    Eilai.gow ,i '. S' l.^cph
    old P.M 0 Of tl
    Thursday morning by 'V C.A., fo
    Bermuda where he will make i
    i U
    day. He was
    Mrs. Johnson ,mi
    inond. .i dai Lodfii
    School.
    The Johaaon
    for two months.
    Additional FHjfht
    B.W.I.A. operated an addlUi
    flight to IKeir
    from Vene/.ui ll 01
    hroughl over total of ,17 pns-
    i.cng-ers.
    Lodge School Matron
    MISS K B Iton.T Matron ol
    the Lodge School, returned
    PI
    ing by T.c.A.. from Canada when
    she had baati for (netftea' trent-
    .'
    Attended Delegates
    Congrei*
    HON'BLE T. A. Marrvhov%
    returned to Grenada ov< r th.
    i ek eiul I' W I A Whih
    here, he attended the Annual
    Delegates Congress of '
    dos workers' Union. He was
    (nest of Mr. E w Berrow.
    I.C.P. and Mrs. Barrow of
    'Westward Ho", Land's End.
    Paid Business Visit
    MR KENNETH GRANNUM.
    Managing Director of the
    Modern Hat Ltd., returned
    Thursday by T.C.A from Canada
    where he had been on a bOtanM
    visit.
    lUag UM Wril Indid. 7 49
    I in All llnlr. S IS p in Kadi" N*wa
    I .(" p hi Statvmrnl ol Arcounl
    fl U p m iKiriludp. P p n. finm 1h
    TlM *" In Ihe
    N -- Talk, in is r n Ha]
    |. Thjtd
    "TRE
    JIG
    IB
    ISABIG
    MOTION
    PICTURE!
    Bit JO BIT ONE!
    58
    mm
    BARBAREES FRIDAY 4.30 8.30 P.M
    DIAL 5170 an^ Continuing Daily
    "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped
    'reat
    WAflNf* Bros
    Ihw >oruig
    Sfa* y ei
    * 4ond-GtOfff
    ef ia
    EVE PATR'CE
    ' WYMORE
    PLAaf 4
    BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2310)
    PRtDAY 2.3o4.45 & 8.30 p.m
    and Continuing Dally
    t.48 and 8.30 p.m.
    or strikingly relieved
    In 63-80%" of the cases
    in doctor** lasts 1
    Those suffocating beat waves"
    alternating; ulth nervous,
    clammy feelings and accom-
    panied often by restless irri-
    tability and nervousuess are
    well-known to women aufTcrlntr.
    the functionally-caused distress
    of middle life "cbange"!
    You want relief from such suf-
    fering Andchances areyou
    can get It. Thrilling relief!
    Tftanks to two famous Lvdto
    Pinkham nsedseffiM/
    'In4ochws'tml$ LydlaPlnKhams
    Coaaaound aad Tableta brougU
    relief trom such dlslraai Id 3 aad
    SO* iraapectU-tyi of ttM *
    tested CoMplste or *tnkt0 nUUft
    aiaaing. you aw*? not to tha
    many tlMIIBIII* ot wooioii who
    know from aaparl'm* v-hat ibass
    ldU Pinkham Mrtlrlnai can dot
    Thatr aaston artuauy U ary
    nodern. Toay aaan a aaa illrteallj
    cmlming. soofkiae rffaott
    Try Lydla Flnkhama oo the basis
    dX oasdlsaTeetdSskBet Sa* U yon. too.
    dent gain biassed r*Uef from tbeat
    aarrlbfe^hot f
    I'm 21 (hmces
    LighU'r!
    Hy 111 } \ \KU WKRSIII |l
    lUas me
    > I shall va;
    '-nwf the In-
    Man.
    -vhat will
    i 1 do III haui

    il
    You should h
    toasting *-a<-h oil all
    beverage. IksHr vic-

    l
    hudow. ['

    iiraakfuit
    iggs on
    i doubla-yolkti.
    and I y. Hi
    It's two '
    The blueprlni of you
    .. i. -. ^ i
    l am Ru-
    ing to cat It" And I dW- -
    hibit They put the oven to roast witb the Join'
    vhen The) should- have boiled

    ' *,"! laid.
    "I'm allowed two new potatoe*.

    boned i m gotng ' i

    You'U notice mat aft
    They g;i\ l
    You know the
    Hi lo keep me awake oil nialil
    at MHU I 'I wotr|i spew aaars.
    gf FROM acurrl ot Tti6l-v
    Hubby ^''*''i,
    Barbados Advocate is srlertido
    ^ee fo try sHinniinu Ifir wiclc-
    leed I0OV- A* a >amblp l U7hai
    Is ahead of them, here is Saa-
    doy's bill 1 Thin Man fen-.
    ma BNTH EMI Ml HI]
    IIRKAKI kfl
    Osteal wlUi milk *aa
    tralrd jpplr.
    Unr bollrd OH-
    Two Hllrc* thin IujM with
    . i UJSM of butter.
    Tea or i.iffr.- wHfe milk.
    no sue jr.
    DOQffl ii
    Cilaas of tomato luh-e.
    Oaa feed Berttse f rtast
    ni' il
    I tt.l 111 M |H .
    Ka*aH porlloti of barge belpbig of bulled
    rabbage.
    Krrh fruit salad, no usar.
    hut cream from Up of the
    milk or two teaspoon* of
    reetsBwrl Blark reffre.
    suppn,
    w -;-! i rarrhlt
    I'lenty of aatxed |i"n salsd
    and lemon juice.
    iin.- roll il .1 hill' btttU-r
    T*v .....s il rolTn- with
    milk, no Misr.
    Talking Point
    ...j heodawrit, f
    I nan. if othemrtt*
    fh a long note.
    Napoleon.
    till I 1
    IN OLD ArMRILLO
    THL WYOMING BAN01T
    .....-M
    y a BATI ant
    THE RACKET
    Haw tysUa lakh-m warki
    II aa tftrataf* MOMUl IV">
    paUMtio swaoiM tpt"" io v*f
    nuaf from ita -fco* /awic" umj
    eslasr naas*leiU|i asaS dU-
    f/*aBM of -aAaar* of UM-"
    4. B Sir SI I
    41 I. ft it 8. IS
    N1.1HKT OK CONVICT
    LAKE"
    Glonn FORD Zachary SCCl T
    and
    "MSSSAGE To GARCIA"
    W ii.....utn
    JNWYCK
    lll'IMM. IKIUil
    KILIER OR HERO? ,
    -G-M
    ARIGa MILI Irntlcoctcs iur m*l cndtBVOun but
    M.rch l]-A*nl aiina'. ...: tnatUis Br baMV f^ourd nom
    .\Ui. i>.iUi'noe, (juttnn a*fa ' ptrionalj
    Kent..! wmk
    *
    Practical matters, industry, trades. soustdsL;
    business and finaaces have beneflc vlbra-^
    gens, Personal afTaii; ask calm, patient
    trcalmsai. u !
    Inai
    w.
    0a*OasfJ
    22-Jnly 23
    MiT 21Jam 21 Vou^' ^ercur>' stressei need for calm, an-
    il, i of important undertaking*, matter id.
    which could cause lo^r-. Day has favour-^^
    able irends; con be gainful If-handled
    wisely. -a
    ^
    .Neither stimulating nor retarding inclina-
    II Moon's sector Jupiter help-jd
    ful lo all managing their work and other ~
    interests astutely
    * *
    Favourable aspects from your natal Sun^
    .ind from Jupiter. It should be a produc-
    ive da) Hut be ifTalrs. Venus holds up a cautiously re--^
    straining hand.
    *
    Help another where you can. but don't be^
    over-critical or too Insistent upon your
    way. Others often have wine plans. sug-.a
    gettions. *
    J
    LTB&A Do all you can well and at steady, non-ji
    4)C Sept. 24Oct. 13 exhausting tempo. Be your optimistic al-?
    belt practical self throughout W

    No need for over-force; day will yield more ^
    uuickly with quiet treatment, Intelligent,'
    pleasant persuasion.
    *
    A happy, .imbitlou way today will shine^
    Ufcl S rnagk oath lo future eecomplish-
    nicnts. Work a;->ne that magic path. ^_
    *
    The Sun and Jupiter are friendly plunou
    to achievement In sound business, useful ^
    and needed matters, domestic transactiuns^
    oth are in fine configurations now.
    You can be a good Influence on others this
    intber muted, perhaps at times confusing
    day. Be not over-sealous. Moderation' ^
    * ,
    Hope and confidence are our blrthrlghta;
    nourish these with right living, prayer and jL
    ound education. Today chauenges in-
    (tenuity, faith.
    1* YOU UUKN TODAY: ScinUlloting, Inlcrestlng person- ^
    lit;. :in make fnends readily nnd hold fhem when true to "V
    .our liner traits. You have leadership qualiUes. perhaps dls-
    ^C like irksome details or small tasks and taking orders. Birth- -
    ilaie Daniel O'Conncll. Irish statesman; Alfred Lord Tenn>- 7t
    son, Bug post, I/ouollii Parsotu, famous columnist.
    Vi-nuphos
    LIO
    Jnly 24 Ang. SS
    VIBOO
    Aug 25ftspt 1
    aeaajipo
    Oct. 24Hot.
    BAOITTARnill
    Not. 23-Dec, 22
    will
    make
    you
    strong
    again!"
    For people convalescing after illness ... for
    that "run-down" feeling of everlasting tired-
    ness . and as a Miinulant to liven stp your
    nervo%* system, Vi-SHiphos is the ideal tonic.
    Vl-nuphos Tonic contains Vitamin B(,
    mineral glycerophmphaics and other stimu-
    lant which revitalize the nervous system
    and restore the rstcging appetite.
    Don't just ask your chemist for a tonic.
    Ak torVi-naphM(proeouncedVi-noo-foss).

    ,.,
    AI.I.FN S. HANBITKiN LIMITED. LONDON, E.2
    Enjoy DUNL0PILL0 comfort
    EVERYWHERE!]
    CAPRICORN
    ic 23 Jsn. SI
    AyOARIUH
    Jan. 22 Fab. i
    PU0BI
    reb. 2'. -atarob 2
    Rupert's Spring Adventure-5
    j
    <
    77u ovmkat latex foam cushioning
    *tid Ian night as got too** i
    burned i holt right through ...,
    1 > pti dfjgon'. IjuIi." htdgt. and coorfrtNi snow ahan
    Drop your rummti for i mmuK
    *iM inlrM
    ket|i him urrfullf crumtd op. H jtid |(i rnc thow vou *hit I*
    nr whtn h winii M> found." And rhr run off.
    BLOOD IMPURITIES
    Many staacats are csuicd by r-x oluod which Ptltftft
    may sffca iho whole *yrem. Skin crupnow ^^
    nd otosuoo, simple rheiunstiim tr.d painful
    ecu risrtr't
    tigiu: that i
    Hloort Mizrure. Thi* nmous medic
    deansr the blood irrrajn of unpunti
    !* OC/.V
    CLARKE'S-^ &
    Blood Mixture
    PLLAZ4 THEATRES
    DDOU.....
    ......._ TBblaU with MlJerf Iron
    Itriml list v*ly U41.
    Wondtrfni IDo tor Ihe func
    ttonal paint, onucpa. "drtcard-rut
    bMnna and otbn dlKomlort ui
    BBft muwi Mtuau
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    WEDNESDAY. AUC.IST , 1*32
    BASBADOS ADVOCATE
    PAGE THKEE
    Landmark Wins Champion Stakes
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    Mr. Victor Chase's iive->-.1i- raaMteMic. 1a% Ml
    'id tholiiu: mare Landmark oat lin. Hmm and Pint Admiral ft
    at rylon U-Esperance. won tile The (Wd strung out In Indian ?
    Cnampion Stakes over 14 miles rtk> until they reached the five I
    from a Held of eight m | minui.. furlong pole when First AasrnirM *
    3J( seconds at the GhtImi toe* over rroan Bftum and ss*rt *
    Savannah on Monday, the second drew level with Seedling;. n
    day of the H.T.I four day Sunk- MirmL- in th*- ineanUme was
    nier Meeun* *tR teadlnff b* .1 couple of
    Laadrrwnk. rldsaan loarul k-nglhs And ifalitfMrMd t*ss load '
    arrwd 131 lb- j ussCl tfce> reathfd tha- two fur- lb
    iliree karaaM lu rsnaai U1.-11 rtrsl lonr. pole when S.-rdl.na; chal. awtN. j
    days wm. The oilier two wore lei,*d and drew lev. I with Mlra-
    Mr. Cyril Bumard's BrigM Ufdht cle.
    and Mrs. S, J. Rock's Jim's Star. Comma around the bend See.1-
    Jorktj Mice Lutchnua who linR took over from Miracle and ^*
    .straddled two u inner* on the Int r.in-d up the home stretch to
    day of the Meet, repeuted hW pet- by half of a length from First
    formance on Monday to teaah a* Admiral who had made a bid up
    the most successful jockey so far The straight to finish second, one
    Sonny Holder and (iUbert Yvonst and a half length* from Betsam
    each scored two wins on Mondav who was third.
    to bring their tattM K three ____ 0 Artr
    Th weather was line Ihrough- TWELFTH KALI
    out the afternoon and tin targe Champion Stakes
    crow* whul, attended wltaoaaed
    r^ome keen racing. The attend- Th.* even! was run over 1 "4
    ance wart reflected in the Field mile*. Two horses were scratched
    Sweap which reached the $800.00 le iving a field of eight with Em-
    inark on five oceaaMaia and paid bent and Tibertan lady each
    ita htaheat /918.1S in the Cham- Tarrying three lbs. overweight
    pion Stakes. After a fairly good start. Cross-
    The Forecast paid to the lucky lr hurtled Embers to the fore
    punter* of Sweet Rocket and ar"* was closely followed by Fire
    Demure in the Carlisle Stake*, Lady. Tibeiian Lady and Stainte.
    $78.96 while the Pari-mutuel F)*euxee who wan left flat footed j^
    reached Its highest mark when at the gates was bringing up the
    $8.82 was paid out on Joan'* Star rear. The Hold raced up to the two
    in the Oistin Handicap. furlong pole with Embers still in
    The Police Band under Capt. *ne lead followed by Fire Lariv
    C. E. Raison was again in attend- and Tlbenan Lady. Doldrum rid.
    arice and enlivened the pro- den by Holder had moved up a
    gramme with some popular tunes, bit and was now lying to the
    The Meeting continues on fourth position wtttt SlainteTlfth
    Thursday As iney sntersd the straight bv
    - ... the sta:.dr for me nrst time Km-
    NINTH RACE hera was still in the lead but
    CauTsMe Stakes Sl-i Furlong* F1 ground to catch ths> field, was
    Reg Cheeks and Kebale having now in the second position with
    been scratched, ten horses came Tibcrian Lady third. On learing
    under Starter's Orders with Fly- the nve furlong Fire Lady toon
    ing Dragon. Mrs. Bear aid Spear over from Tibcrian Lady for the
    Grau carrving one, three and third position. In the meantime,
    four .lbs.. overweight respsc- Embers was still keeping the lead.
    U After ,. period of restlessness at Th? eM_bundled as they passed
    the (ateCastle-In-The Air being
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    a ran.
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    the third time, got off to .1 good J*'* . got
    : '..tr;
    The rompiny bunched as they
    went down the far stretch, and as
    they passed the fourth. Belle
    pushed Castle-In-The-Air to the
    fore. Following closely was Sweet
    Rocket, with Pepper Wine lying
    in third position
    Demure und Bell Surprise took
    over down the back itretch. the
    former holding the premier posi-
    tion round the henrl and up the
    horns stretch.
    It was Demure in the lead, hut
    with only a 20 yards or so to go.
    Sweat Rocket. Lutchman UP.
    cams through with a rush to beat
    Demure by a mere neck. Lunwaya
    finished third. I head behind
    Demure.
    TENTH RACE
    Merchants Handicap
    V' Furlongs
    Seven started in this event over
    l*t furlongs. They were off to a
    very good start and going pas*.
    the Judges for the first time, ft
    was March Winds' followed by
    Caprice and Rambler Ruse in that
    order.
    Rambler Rose took over as. they
    went past the five furlmig l*>le.
    and led the Held down the stretch
    followed by March Winds.
    There were exchanges when
    they came into the homo stretch.
    end Crossley 00 the outside, same
    through with Cardinal to win by
    a neck from Rambler Rose which
    led the third horse March Winds,
    by a length.
    ELEVENTH RACE
    Victoria .Stakes)
    Two were scratched In this
    event, another 7'* furlongs leav-
    ing a field of four. They were off
    to a good start with Miracle (Pat
    Fletcher up) on the rails and in
    the premier position. As they
    passed the stands for the first
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    nd Slainte were %'
    however bringing up tht rear j .___
    The Held bunched coming Haass, c Johnaon c Riei
    around the bend and On enter an* W. Bintkman, 1. saiawt. J
    the straight Landmark came ^"*^ \ ^"u\,lt I 1*
    through with a drive to win by a SuZixi. rftaaaf ?*-*t j7 b
    length from Doldrum who WM smith, J w-ik-.. M v. .ir it--.
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    WEDNESDAY. AUGl'ST 6, 19S2
    BARBADOS*^! ADV0CATE
    Pita** by u. .>. c IN. -. IHWWW
    Wtimnimy, nVtWBtfl ii. 1932
    Jamaica9 First Step
    VI BI.H S IIOOI
    THROUGHOUT the British Caribbean
    today the cost pi education is recognised
    to be a brake on expansion.
    Governments spend a large proportion
    of their revenue on education but despite
    lavish expenditure there are always more
    children wanting education than schools
    or teachers to provide education.
    In recent ycais this problem has been
    receiving attention from the educational
    experts in the region and several remedies
    such as the double-shift system, simpler
    types of schools and assistance from com-
    munity schools have been suggested.
    Education for the masses has become a
    top priority subject for discussion even
    though the need for taking immediate
    action to implement some at least of the
    remedies suggested has not been generally
    recognised.
    But education for the potential leaders
    of the new British Caribbean society which
    is gradually taking shape as the flow of
    trade and persons between component
    units of the area increases is hardly men-
    tioned at all. It is politically speaking
    unpopular to talk of education for the lead-
    ers of West Indian society because any U>
    clusiveness in education raises myriad
    suspicions among the masses that thev are
    to be deprived of some advantages for
    their children which are to be reserved
    only for the small number of elite whose
    children can obtain admission to the ex-
    clusive schools.
    This suspicion is widespread in an island
    which is quite resigned to the classification
    of its schools as elementary, second grade
    and first grade and which spends very large
    sums on obtaining university education
    for a small number of Barbadian students
    each year in addition to contributing gen-
    erously by subsidy to the University Col-
    lege of the West Indies.
    The Barbadian attitude to education is,
    it seems, divided.
    There is a levelling down of the first
    grade schools in an attempt to lessen the
    gulf between these schools and the second
    grade schools while on the university edu-
    cation of a small number of individuals
    large sums of money are spent annually.
    This preoccupation with academic edu-
    cation as the most important end of edu-
    cation leading to the education of a small
    number at university colleges has warped
    the conception of education which an
    island with so many British imitations
    might have been expected to adopt.
    The idea of the English puolic school "as
    a means of moulding an upright character
    through the corporate life of the school"
    and for the training of a good citizen can-
    not be said to be the motivating force in
    any of the schools which receive granls-in-
    ald from the Government of Barbados
    although the headmasters of these schools
    undoubtedly strive to develop this concept
    of education. The motivating force in all
    the grant aided schools of the Island is the
    development of the mind along the normal
    channels which lead to scholastic distinc-
    tion.
    The Lodge School it is true still main-
    tains to a limited extent something of the
    atmosphere .' an English public school
    and the good manners which distinguish
    the average Lodge schoolboy from the
    average schoolboy of the major town
    schools show that the training of good
    citizens is still as much a part of the
    Lodge's curriculum as the routine devel-
    opment of the mind into the grooves of
    academic scholarship.
    But the Lodge school under the pressure
    of greater numbers is certain, if pressure
    continues, to lose more and more of the
    public school flavour and to approximate
    more nearly to the levelling down which
    is already making Harrison College lose
    the atmosphere it once had of being
    "almost a public school."
    Today both the Lodge and Harrison Col-
    lege are approaching a stage of fusion with
    other institutions of mass learning and the
    training of West Indian leaders at either
    of these schools will very shortly be im-
    possible.
    In marked contrast with the grant aided
    schools, private schools like the Ursuline
    Convent, the Girls' High School, St. Wini-
    fred and the Convent of the Good Shep-
    herd seem to be playing u role in the pre-
    paratory u.id public school education of
    the girl's of this island which might well
    be imitated by private "public schools for
    bo vs."
    Because of the apparent shortage of
    preparatory schools for boys and because
    of the failure of boys to pass entrance ex-
    aminations into the tlrst i;rude schools,
    many parents today are laced with an
    education problem which thev cannot
    solve. They are unwilling to send their
    children to second-grade schools but the
    only alternative is to keep them at some
    school run by a private schoolmaster.
    The possibility of a private "public
    school' on the English model being started
    in Barbados to siphon away some of the
    pupils who are linding difficulty in obtain-
    ing admission to the first grade schools has
    been discussed locally for some time. But
    the real motif of any new boys* school to
    be formed in Barbados ought to be empha-
    sis on the English public school tradition
    of moulding an upright character through
    the corporate life of the school and the
    training of good citizens.
    A boys' school run on such lines would
    soon attract many of the pupils who now
    go to Harrison College or Lodge because
    of the absence of such a public school, and
    it would not be long before parents in
    Trinidad and Venezuela realised the bene-
    fits of such a school for their children.
    Already the Ursuline Convent School has n
    South American reputation and there are more
    I admission to this school from out-
    side Barbados Hum Qy be nccommo-
    dated. A boys" "public school" would have to
    MM much higher fees than are churned by
    Ihe 1-odfce or Harrison Collect* but there seems
    litUe reason to suppose that high fees would be
    dett: i
    school would rtol havo to relv tml> on
    local patronage.
    t*-oAgriculture and Land" a**
    ,. Trade and Industry. In addition,
    place or IS. cmpunely llPW Ministry oT
    ici-up lor M, x^^^ nas b^, createdno
    been witnout dm,bt a Mfe ^p^Lory tor uie
    noed of majority on the Council more t^^^o^ & * preml-
    A specitk promal, SOanetMM by virtue of his own personality. ,.,.., fD,lowet8i
    of a change hum the usual vau ..p^l'^1*' Jamaica, now Jutt Thw mr9 ln, ,|)t ..wutlve'-
    a r.A weak* bark, Jams-co** M FOOf let the House or
    . know thai Lon- *e ire situation
    "ul prevn ui e faeu
    another constitutional helping U> Bustamnnto has
    the politically hungry island.
    Uhsjlsglnni. UM Governor's mes- MinUters-in-f-ct instead of wM( portfolio*- with the Premiership
    saw was welcomed by both sides I believe were called in tn and ^ TinJUV* Ministry listed
    of Jamaica* House. True, the Pf"*** constitution attnlafrs-in- M -E~* offices
    p"r*. anxious to promote an embryo. This
    1 which they feel they'd a natural
    win. wanted the whole matter
    ?eferred to "the people'" In
    mild i
    Naturally the
    n. .,nfV'^l! **&. 1 ar.d physical arr
    'l 'i^.6^ an ld?11 these ministries will
    commodation
    igements for
    cost money.
    MgflBSJi
    "*%?'. t\fMt i!5fK?.n.g "Ui" "nd the Governor\ ...
    fineral election, but not en the without linal responsibility, sup- tUBny provided for this good
    N.P. really fought this, for since posedly acting in an executive evtdence of the anxiety of the
    both parties would obviously be capacity withou* really having powers-that-be to got the new
    In favour of accepting the ad- the authority. political machinery into high $m
    vanced stage of control, what Thirdly. Mr. Busta man te wilt in qU|ck time.
    would they go to die country for? now be able to devote himself en-
    What, exactly, were these con- Urcly lo policy, and will move In fact, the Jamaica uam
    stuutional advances? from being the Jamaica "Prime Gleaner, in an editorial, found it
    To uuote the Governor's com- Minister*'in quotesto being "somewhat curious that tho Hoi
    munication to the House. "After the Jamaica Prime Minister. of Representatives is being 1
    consultation with the Executive As Prime Minister we can to vote money for buildings
    Council 1 now propose thai there expect Busta to be more objec- jstan" *r consututional advj
    should m future be eight elected tive in his ouUook. It must have before it has mad
    Ministers and that two of been difficult for him, as Minister aecujon on
    these Minij'ers should nut under- of Communications, to weigh the change.
    t~ke executive responsibility over merits of conflicting demands for may be argued that it
    particular Departments but should expenditure when his own Com- somewhat curious for a new
    be free to give their attention to municaUons was one claimant paper even to suggest thai an
    questions ot overall policy ... end say. Mr. Sangster's Social attempt to combine the practical
    It is proposed that the other 1 Welfare boys were another. v'"1 ">e principle Isn't commend.
    six Ministers should be allotted As a matter of fact, Busta's able effort!
    to the following Ministries. {a>fcre<-eru statement* seem to show According to Governor Foot this
    Agriculture and Lands; (b) Edu-fcn appreciation of the responsl- adventure into greater self-gov-
    cation and Social Welfare; (c)gbility which will noon be his.
    Trade and Industry; (d) O
    jsk.-.i
    any specinc
    constitutional
    ...unications and Works;
    Health und Housing; and
    Labour.
    " Under the system no\
    contemplated Ministers will com-
    munlosM direct with the Gover-
    nor In his capacity as chairman
    .f the Executive Counci. rath
    irnment will cost Jamaica a cap-
    On the same day that the Gov- i"l expenditure of some S300000
    trnor's message was read lo the VISO.000, plus an annual charge
    *idme. Busta told his fellow Rep- of about #150,000
    5SGu~1.'2SSJ"J^r^: 11 win b. w.h Worth it
    country as West Indians we The question arises To what
    should be frank with the people, extent will this satisfy Jamaica.
    Tell them we want your votes. It is a question Jamaica's poll-
    but we are not going to let you tlclans have been prompt
    ihtm with the Colonial Secretary, people think that you are right answer. Within a very short tl
    as they do under the present when ynu are wrong, and lhat or the present announcement oT
    v<--tem wnat yu Wrtl11 '" a financial im- Increased politic*"! power, both
    It is most important that the possibility. I will be thrown out Busta and his boys and Manley
    top posts in the new Ministries ot this House rather than teU the (I won't say and his men) let
    should be manned bv senior and people that they will get some- it be known that they considered
    experienced officials of the high- V?'"* whlch we cannot flfford 1?54 tt^JK!Rl *& W^
    csl administrative ability, and 1 Unless we do that we are not piete responsibility in Internal
    have already had preliminary worthy of Self Government, afiatrs.'
    consultations with the Public which I intend to have "
    dee Commission with a view
    .ould be interesting to have
    this "in internal affairs" denned.
    This, without doubt, is the sort 1. 1, one f those seemingly
    ,0 the selection of suitable men ^ lhina wc ,d (o |h ^umtforWd Sutsftal Wllfc
    f^Tj^TSSSmfS^Tlli '- "welcome change from the mSK v^inter^reUdT^
    he permanent becretaries of uie ._.. .i,__ .u- ___-. .__..
    new Ministries .
    'promise-them-the-moon* school; wc move from the general to Uie
    fresh air after the claptrap, which specific. A simple example: Are
    "It Is fully agreed that the pro- *> talked so fa'.uously. so frequent- tariffs internal or external n
    poial to establish separate Mln- ly. and so frustratingly. Meanwhile, the opposing partlea
    istrics and to allot executive re- 'n proixmiig the increuse in have established a joint commit-
    sponslbillty to Ministers Is sound. Ministries from the present five to tee to produce an acceptable con-
    "I hope therefore, that the eight there has necessarily been stltution in lime for 1B54 imple-
    Houso of Representatives will considerable rearrangement of de- mentation. It looks as though
    support the important constltu- pirtmcntal Ministries from tho they mean business, and the for-
    tional changes with which the present allocations. mulu they produce will make )n-
    Secretary of State has already in- The Social Weltiru portfolio teresting rearllng this end of the
    dicated lhat he is in agreement has been split into two, the plainly Caribbean.
    4iid Uial arrangemenU lo put the social welfare rervices going to The fact Is Jamaica intends to
    new system Into effect mar pre- ,nt' Ministry of Education, and a move forward politically, and has
    reed without delay." ncw Ministry taking over Health no intention of being Influenced by
    To begin with the change first and Housing. Presumably Mr. economic (or pseudo-economic)
    in be noted is' the passing of S.tnter. regarded by many as argument* as to the advantages
    Kxecutive Council control to the Mr. Uustamante's favoured sue- of colonial 'protective' status. T*e
    .ic-ted members This is brought cessor. will handle the Ministry rest of the Caribbean will be)
    1 rout bv the Increase of the Mln- of Education and Social Welfare, watching her efforts with sym-
    ij.lrie* from five to eight, making Mr. Bustamantc'x own Com- pathy and. it Is hoped, with un-
    I cabinet" of 14, instead of the munlcallons has been expanded derstanding.
    II sent II Electeds, previous 5 to Include public works, while the Jamaican advances can well be
    of II are now 8 of 14. preaerti Agriculture. Lands and Caribbean advances and Jamaican
    Actually, this now produces a Commerce has been divided into failures taken to heart.
    WEST INDIAN CULTURE
    It *a true Uiat the wodd is Qy ,\. S. HopaWllliMin t9> aml how easy (or hard) It Is
    6i>'Ujed UC '"'" counulcs and Uiat to find something to eat there,
    we are in the habit of thinking government with Its unavoidable Such a parson would not find it
    afcout the world's people as sim- tendency to stereotype, cannot get difficult to imagine the West Indian
    llnrly divided up Into nations. But IHj 0f their humanity or alter it in as a bright and cheerful fellow,
    this habit of thinking dos not tnc \O0tt Men all over the world light hearted and light headed.
    slt'P here. We may perhaps say suffer from the same emoUons, not too much concerned about to-
    thfit dividing up the world into though some, the French and the morrow provided that today is
    n.'1,1ns and countries is not oidy Americans for example, may give cheerful enough, lovable, quick to
    a neographicut but also a political moro freo exuregBion to them than laugh and quick to sleep, easily
    .onvenience. And this IS quite nthers. say the Chinese. Even race, contented and therefore apt to be
    try* It is much easier te govern wn|t.n i'more fundamental than laiy. brilliant gay and sportM in
    u -mall town or u small toun'O: naUonality, cannot really modify every way. Above oIL the Latin
    than it would be to govern m hunuinUy In essential^ a negro Is and negro Influences make him
    people uf ISM ceottMSO, M M much |lke a Red ,ndlun as he u especiaUy fond of dancing and
    the people of tne coniimn^ u* ,_ Hllolher negro. Character, and rhythmic movements of the limbs,
    .oine divided up 5SJJJ consequently culture, is naliunal He is nimble and quick footed (a*
    ItoS w?th n*^T< ^ S 5 SupemcaHh, the bowlers of other e.icket teams
    aS'Xi^7^nrSerSi Nation.1 Habits, toew,telbgte .oog^hrt this
    .el. separate community ta un- Granting that tl.e *>-called ^WUneast,*ke. rUs-lf over,nto
    tiirsiandable: but not satlstled 'national' characteristics do not his mind too, and he finds it
    with this, we forget the original go very deep and are really not difficult to concentrate. lib mind
    political significance of this dlvls- fundamental things ot all, grant- wanders like a little child s, and
    Ion, ami think of Uie various na- ing that they are for the most he Is ranclful rather than thought-
    tions as being nil separate species partt habits, that Is personal ful of humanity. We ottribute na- rustoms which have developed in antique warrior gaiety which re-
    lional" characteristics to them, people because they have to live joioad In Itself, < elSfased in con-
    We talk of liking this nation and together In some land with quail- test and was full <* boundless
    of disliking that, and of not being i^e% uecu\\it i0 itself, because they strength and massive self
    I*!., lii nn !i^TM:t'jn.l thai IKIrii" till .1 M.n4jAfiN
    able to understand the third; and growT'the'same crops" and" coot -"onfldenoe
    because of anoUicr bad thinking lncm ln ,h(1 Mme because The West Indian
    b"b'l "u fti^ H^n^'ntre"iitf '"^ have had to come together to This latter tpye believed In
    fSS Smdiiv erl^h we ww " mo ,, S wrfm^vdJ they wear the same sort of clothes, own might. The self love of this
    SJ^^SrJ^S^S^iSn bee.use they have sung the same type of m*t was ot vwuy. be-
    nvmuuK's '-ts of war in their poetry; cause it had a sound foundation.
    Hut in actual fact there 3re granting all this, it should sUll be for he saw In himself something
    onlv four or live different races, possible to lo-.k Into the West worthy of admiration something
    The Idea of d sllnct national Indian and describe exacUy the awe-inspiring. He saw war and
    cnaracterlstics is carried too far. 'national' qualities we Und In him. statesmanship aa the two fields
    l< is quite natural that a body of It will be found thai tliesr qualities most worthy of the exercise of
    people which his lived for cen- are not very striking, they do manly virtue. The West Indian
    turles together in the same eoun- not set him apart from anybody has none of this guiety moral
    try. which has had lo contend with esse as a different specaes of strength and self assurance. He
    the same natural dangers and animal; they do not make him any finds it easy to think of himself
    unite to face the same enquiry more or less able to take care as having been wronged. He Is
    vhteb has been governed by the 0t himself, any more or not sure of himself, and with good
    . m- liilors. has grown the same irts capable of helping himself reason. And wfc^i wronged, ln-
    Sfjbps oud cooked its dishes m the ^ o1 governing himself or stead of rising in wrathful protest,
    time .way. has intermarried and f (Iefend|ng himself. In short they he slinks away and consoles bun-
    eared new generations to the old j_ __. mBu
    t hard ror us to self with self pity. Deep within
    being, he does not believe himself worthy
    of livingitis natural that rpeo-njjp mm 9S a human being, he does not believe himself worthy
    "1 ^Vl^' w d, The most they do is moke us able of great thing. nd great success,
    -lop a set of habits and custom, ^ rmga^ niT11 jmmi|( a crowd but thinks that he ought to be
    *" ~t h.> ).-.>> 4MUm from all worthy of such. He longs for
    "national" something that would give him a
    NEWS FROM BRITAIN
    By DAVID TEMPI.K ROBFRVS
    LONDON.
    BOTH Egypt and Persia, where there
    have been revolutions recently, are very in-
    dependent countries. Yet they are both, in
    a certain way. linked up with the "British
    Raj". So the events have a deiinite impact
    un British life the way a revolution in a
    South American Republic could never have.
    The connection with Egypt is most obvious.
    Modern Egypt his emerged from an era of
    British tutelage. Yet Cairo is almost like
    one of the great cities of the British Empire.
    With its famous hotel, (now burnt down)
    and its well-known fashionable streets it
    became for innumerable British officers
    kind of luxurious base behind the lines in(
    the Second World War.
    The other reason why Britain has followed
    events in both these countries with close
    interest is that both have young Kings. And
    Kingship in the modern world is interesting
    in itself. Both the Kings seem to have been
    unlucky this week but in neither country
    has the last word been spoken.
    The Middle Eastern experts are dazzling
    our newspapers with unknuwn names ol
    politicians. But the pattern of events in both
    countries looks peculiarly bad for cause of
    moderation and democracy, ln both coun-
    tries the squabbling cf a small class of
    wealthy politicians the Pashas of Egypt
    and the landowners of Teheran has
    brought the whole democratic process into
    disrepute. In Egypt no party trusts th;
    other to organize a fair General Election
    And in both countries the control of the
    army has become the bone of contention
    because whoever runs the rmy calls the
    political tune.
    This could effect Britain's position very
    seriously in both countries. For we have
    worked ourselves into the position that we
    are dependent on the politicians to hold
    down discontent. In both countries, due tc
    bankruptcy in Persia and corruption in
    Egypt, the wave of discontent must rise and
    only the professional malcontents who art
    indirectly organized frc-n Russia have any
    thing to gain in the long run. In Persia
    the whole process has gone a stage further
    The Communist-dominated Tudeh Party ii
    almost the only organized political force left
    that is waiting to replace the extraordinary
    and crafty Dr. Mossadeg. In Egypt an Armj
    coup d'etat is likely to perpetuate itself only
    by arousing the passions of the mob against
    the Palace. Once that is done anything car
    happen in the overcrowded cities of the Nil*?
    Delta.
    The shocking aspect of the whole train ol
    events is that most of them could be fore-
    seen from many years ago, and yet it is diffi-
    cult to suggest any policy that might have
    been followed to prevent the inexorable
    course of two countries towards chaos.
    THE SCOTTISH PROBLEM
    A gentler problem of nationalism, much
    more in the British manner, is presented b\
    the demands of Scotland to have a separate
    Parliament from England.
    But this weekend the Scots are rather
    angry with the English. For years the Scoti
    have been saying that they more than earn
    their bread and butter and that Britain taxes
    them far more than they get in return. The>
    also argue that they earn a greater propor-
    tion of Britain's dollars than the English
    and don't get enough recognition for it.
    The Labour Government appointed a
    Commission to try and see if the figures on
    which this argument could be based were
    obtainable. This Commission under Lord
    Catto has just turned in its report to Win-
    ston Churchill, and the sum total of its long
    story is not at all to the liking of patriotic
    Scotsmen. It is said that Scotland's trade
    cannot be sorted out from England's unless
    customs barriers were erected along Uie
    Border and a full check made of everything
    passing acrosswhisky going South, and tar-
    taned textiles going North!
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    THE WIDEST SELECTION IN TOWN
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    ADVOCATE STATIONERY
    W^,v.w/.v//.v///<'/.w/-w.y''-"'-'-''
    Misa av^wsys i sgwassxi
    Thev will -worship the
    k the natioi
    Ilx'v will wear much the name characteristics cai
    type of dress made of the samel ed as eccentncn
    tvaterlals. And, if as a -people' at all radical,
    ihey are old enough, and nwir A ptrmi with
    ancestry goes back fur enough, sense should be
    iltly be describ. justification for grejt self esteem,
    "; they are not but. not finding it, he very
    modestly and proi"Tly loses that
    tverage common self-esteem. He cai be exW-emely
    able to make a sorry for himself,, and finds it
    thev will sing ihc same songs and good guess at them if only he la easy to ihink everybody else as
    will have developed a common told what are the different race* unfair. Wherein lies the strength
    literature. All these things are that live in the West Indies, what of such* Can they ever be iruly
    no doubt national characteristics; sort of place a West Indian island great?
    they arc the thing* which distin-
    guish the inhabitant* of one region '
    ':om those of anotln-i.
    Character or Culture
    Different nations have different
    haMta. wnich they have deVtlopad
    '<-. period "f centuries simply
    because ihey had to live tog. and without thoc* habits in
    common, living together would be
    unbearable, am perhaps even s.
    impossible To take an obvious
    imple. people cannot
    BY THE WAY_________6y B^chcombe,
    /'11 iiin 0 "Brwutatuir*"
    picture?'
    rang off.
    Foulenough sighed, and
    HAVE bt*n highly diverted
    by a "plea fruit we should
    become a car-conscious nation,"
    nd allow car races on the pub-
    lic roads. As one who is already
    "\ fully conscious of cars. 1 wouiu
    1 a #..-.h ,, nave cross-coun-
    \VIEW of Broadstairs signed
    "Titian" was returned to
    lo.iforth by Foulenough
    a iurt note: "Stop playing
    under, the fool." Sam rang up and
    h other unless they talk asked what was wrong with th'.*
    the same language, use the s.nne picture. "Oh, nothing,' said
    Humeral* and write in Uie same Foulenough. "except that Titian 7ZV T ,.,'..
    character. But behind ,.ll this, didn't do English seaside resorts. races.
    behind -ill these national habits. And the signature 'Amy Grlgson' i( would be a wonderful test
    behind ..II the deceptive v il ,.f .1 was left in by mistake, in the for the cars, it would attract
    typical language. a typical opposite corner of the picture, tourists, nnd it would make even
    religion, a typical costume, a typt. Scrape out Titian and Amy quiet and remote farms and vil-
    stry. wc find many deep and Origson. nnd make it by one of lag's car-conscious. JN> avoid un-
    fnndamental characteristic* which the big names on the list I sent necessary accidents, the police
    uffer nt all from nation to you." Back came Broadstairs, would see that ail farm gates
    DBtJofl In short, behind their this timo by Plunk. "Who s the area of the rare were left
    national habits there is their Ptuok?" ssked ihe Captain. "1 open. This would be going one
    common humanity and this they lost the list of. painters' n;mes." better than the organisers of the
    Cannot escape. All the violence and said Sam. "I had an aunt called big Continental races, and wou.d
    ol dlnMU, .,11 the pro- EnV Plunk. It just came into mv mBke the racing-car a reality in
    longed nnd determined effort of head. Can't v.ni -,v h died the life of every man, woman-
    war and all the thoroughneab of young, and only painted this one and child.
    The one point on which aM British Gov-
    ernments agree. Conservative and I-abour
    is that the Scottish Problem should be kept
    the background. Neither party likes it as
    a political issue. And the best way to keep
    t on ice is to keep a Commission inquiring.
    All awkward questions at Westminster from
    irate Scots can be turned away with an
    adroit "Let's wait for the report." Mr. Att-
    lee's Catto Commission reported to Winston
    Churchill who promptly appointed a more
    solemn form of Commission a Royal Com-
    mission to inquire into what should be
    done about re-arranging the way Scotland
    is governed.
    It will be years before it reports which
    is just what pleases alt concerned.
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    WEDNESDAY, AOfiUSf S, 152
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    fACF FIVE
    St. George
    Girls Have
    Speech Day
    See thai your children attend
    school regularly and punctually.
    MM Flma Smith to.d parents
    when she wai delivering the
    Annual Report at the St. George
    Girls' School Speech Day yester-
    day. Miss Smith look up Kit j[>-
    polntmen*. two years ago and it
    was the first Report she was pre-
    senting.
    She asked parents for their co-
    opera I Ion and stressed that this
    be continued in the Interest of
    their children.
    For the occasion, the school was
    packed to capacity with parents,
    children and friends. Many
    looked on from the outside as the
    children fulfilled their well ar-
    ranged programme.
    Trie proframme included songs
    by the School Choir, a recitation.
    a Biblical Slory and a Dialogue
    The Biblical Story especially de-
    lighted the audience and Miss
    Leil;. Smith, who played the
    leading part, wes awarded a prize
    for her performance. A good sup-
    porting' role w played by Mi^s
    A. Lewis who also received a
    prize.
    After the Headmistress pre-
    sented her Report. Canon C. C.
    Conllffe, Rector of St. GrorsT.
    gave a very Inspiring address in
    which he congratulated Miss Smitti
    and her St-ff for the well ar-
    ranged orogramme. "Preparations
    for e%*ents such .is this are really
    serious business" Canrn Conllffe
    said.
    He was particularly pleased and
    impressed with the performane?
    of the School Choir and said that
    when it was considered that n
    such school* a musical instrument
    could rarely be found, then, more
    so. should such Choirs be highly
    commended.
    A vote of thanks was moved
    bv Mr Gilbert Miller and sec-
    onded by Mr. C. F. Broome.
    Delivering her Report, the
    Headmistress said:
    "A little over two years ago
    on iiiv appointment to tms school.
    1 must conic-* that 1 came wilii
    much trepidation, in the first
    place 1 had never before taught
    in a rural area and apart from
    that I was a complete stranger to
    tho district. By the end of the
    first month my fears had all
    vanished. The entire staff rallied
    around me with such spontaneous
    co-operation, the pupils submitted
    to what may have been termed
    "my severe discipline" and what
    was most heartening of all, the
    parents visited, giving me their
    trust, and showing their apprecia-
    tion in various ways.
    "Ladies and Gentlemen, this
    loyalty from Staff, pupils and
    parents has not waned;rather, il
    has increased with time. At the
    end of December last year the
    then Chairman of Manager*, the
    Rector F. M. Dowlen, resigned.
    accepting a post in Jamaica. At
    farewell programme staged in his
    honour, he kindly presented Six
    School Leaving Certificates which
    had been gained by pupils of ttie
    previous school year. We are
    sorry to lose a gentleman of such
    Christian qualities.
    "Recently we had the pleasure
    of welcoming the new l'ri..iim i.i
    Canon Conllffe. We consider our-
    selves fortunate to work under
    the supervision of on| who Is not
    only a business-like disciplinarian,
    but a great Intellectual.
    Concert To Raise' Funds
    "Last July, we ventured '
    organise a Concert in order to
    raise school funds. Generous dona-
    tions given by the gentry of the
    parish helped to make the Con-
    cert a huge succe*s. We arc ambi-
    tious, and arc thinking in terms
    of a greater effort in the near
    future.
    "During last year the Educa-
    tion Department found it possi-
    ble to give us new water-borne
    Sanitary arrangements, and we
    are hoping that in the very near
    future consideration will be give-i
    to several other pressing necessi-
    ties, among which are a Nutri-
    tion room, and enclosure of the
    fechool ground-, which are both
    very urgent-
    "At this point I desire to make
    special mention of Miss Barrow's
    outstanding work in the Infan*
    Department. She is doing a splen-
    did Job there.
    ii \vi\<. ihi: mhooi
    OBJ ft iJti :
    Mi. J. ft Nit-licls,
    U.B.E.
    n Salui -
    v. James Rich-id HkoJv
    M H t:.. formerly Inspect-* of
    i liuols. He was 8
    A section of tha large crowd which attended the at. Ooorge's 01rl' School Speech Day yesterday leave*
    the School Hall. The School was packed to capacity with parents, children and friend*. Many peepla
    lool^d on from the outside.
    "Miss Thornton who hud a mx
    months' Course at the HotjM
    Craft Centre gained a Certificate.
    We congratulate her on this
    achievement. She and Ml"s I'<-
    man are responsible for the acti-
    vities of the Guide Compan>.
    which is at present busily engagtii
    in working out the Chief Guide'
    Challenge.
    "Miss Blenman goes to ErdbWm
    Training College at the begin-
    ning of the new term. We shall
    miss her greatly. We regret the
    absence of Misa Humphrey ffbo
    was ill last term. Mrs. Harlow and
    Miss Marshall who are the other
    two members of the permanent
    Staff are also doing very good
    work. Mrs. Bailey a= well ns tho
    Misses Heckle*, and MaMsslah. who
    Tiave assisted during the year an
    Pehef Teachers have given valu-
    able service. I thank them all.
    Prefect System
    "Last year we introduced
    Ireiect System which is working
    splendidly. Tne 1'releels UK* u.i
    active part in helping to maintain
    discipline througnoui (.'.>
    During the lust part of the ter.n
    each l*refecl gave a lecture to tlic
    school. 1 assure you that it VM
    interesting and encouraging :o
    hear these children express their
    views.
    "Some of our pupils huve gained
    places in first and second Grad>'
    Schools during the past two years.
    We are inviting you to inspect a
    few samples of-work put on show.
    They simply represent the diffei-
    cnt branches of work taught in
    this school. May we remind you
    that this is the work of young
    children and not that of accom-
    plished artists.
    "Ladies and Gentlemen ] bavt
    great pleasure in submitting this
    report lo you, and In doinsj so, I
    must express my gratitude to Mi*.
    MeKeiizie for having kindly con-
    sented to distribute the prizes this
    afternoon, to the members of liv
    Education Department lot Iheii
    presence and interest in the school
    on the whole; l donors of prizes and in no mull
    degree I must again thank the
    parents for their co-opcraium an I
    would stress that this be continued
    In the interest of their children,
    as this Is an age in which educa-
    tion cannot be too highly thought
    of. See that your children attend
    school regularly and punctually.'
    she end' d
    The majority of these who at-
    tended then went on to inspect
    ,*omo of th? work done by the
    girls.
    Gantries Reconstruction
    Should End Early 1953
    THE ENTIRE programme for the reconstruction of
    Castries except for two buildings is likely to bo completed
    early in 1953, Mr. E. W. J. Mitchell told the Advocate yes-
    terday. .
    Mr. Mitchell is site repr-oenut- ThlOVeS RamjKIHt
    tive of Colonial Development *
    Corporation, in charge of the SEVERAL thefts were reported
    planning and reconstruction of the to the Police over the week-end
    ,own* John Millington of the Ivy. Si.
    Ho arnved hero on Monday bv }*%jr &*?&
    S.W.I.A from St. Lucia intransit al tnc Beiie Oully. St. Michae*.
    for England on holiday and ex- about 3 a.m on Sunday. The
    ikn i t<> k-iivc lodny by the French bicycle Is valued at $35.
    ss t>< Gratse. Accompanying Four galvanized sheets valued
    Mr. Mitchell from St. Lucia were $2lM>u, and part of a palling
    his wife and two children. Pamela belonging U> DeLtele Bourn* of
    Ann and Anthony- Hugh. They Korkley, were also retried to
    are guests al Ocean View Hotel. have been stolen during tho nlgi-i
    of the 1st instant.
    He said that Hie sewerage sys-
    tern in St-Lucia is now working MISS RATHLENE HAWKINS
    satisfactorily and the whole of the of Etfgerton.' St. George, sported
    Snl^nid.SJ?PP?.nlUn,1^ haVC *** ***>*"? ot an alarm clock.
    bee., completed and handed over Hnd ,w.0 ^^ W[tsl watchfB
    menl bonded warehouses and the -"urua '" >
    Government printers have also tnv .. nE. _, .
    been handed over and are in use. g* Se^Sc^.he'ur^
    The port, police and fire UUon ' *J '* * "den hone valued
    Is llnlshed altiiouh not ) handed 7-50 '">'" her residence on the
    over and all the new roads with 3,~ "' '."'' month.
    000 of foot paths in I""* '*"> ' -savannah Road.
    ccordar.ee with the town plannlni; nush Hall, also reported Uie
    are complete, but they have only larceny or a pig valued $28.00
    got through one third of the work from pen In her yard between
    on the law courts and Government the l-t and the 3rd Instant. The
    Offices. police are investigating.
    Barbadian (84) Dies In St. Vincent
    Mr. Nkboh aftei .11 awt) 4u-
    gttkOB went to Codriiitttoii <-'"'-
    lege where he look theology.
    After hut graduation he nri
    fdained and served at St Ui*-
    uee Lb 1892. In 11M8 he becam*
    Secretary to the Education BoaM
    a'.l in 1913 Inspector <>f S.ho.l,
    In ItM C9MM "I El.'nn'iil.n
    Kdueation he laboure,| tmliniiuU
    He had been suceeeded m ihc
    v the late M J
    M T. the heatinius!ei>!itp of th# A
    s |,.m Lfl 'he work M
    \
    N. I'.ieenh.iUh - "the specialist"
    and the trio kpt
    ^lucation at the standard which
    w ul the
    other West Indian colonies.
    It .!. dug to th>- dill I
    thorough fBtttt mtthoda adopted
    by Mi. Nichols the inspiration of Mi. OrtMOhalgh
    that elemem..i^ lassehsjn
    the reau is thry did. He looked
    for other qualities besides inti-;-
    leotuai brUlianca In a teacher
    aid in many trajn "placed" tho e
    who could help the In! I
    In the days when the srlectlo.1
    of headteachers was made on .1
    denominalienal basis the advice
    of "the Inspector" was near y al-
    ways followed ;ind it Wfjg Ins mie
    of occasionally recommeinllnn
    the less brillbiu which made him
    a figure of COtttZVMI |
    As a priest he was know..
    throughout the diocese and lie
    was always willing to help m .1.1-
    ministering any curacy. He was
    always active and only within re-
    rent months did his age compel
    him to limit his activities
    But If Mr. Nichols was able :o
    do more work than other m-sB
    many years his junior it was be-
    cause, lie had found a helpmate
    who not only provided hint a
    hi veu from the daily round but
    who because of her gtraog intel-
    lectual grasp, gave him iMUidsjr-
    .ihle htstp with hla work. Miss
    Layne as she was before, w.i
    of an intelligent funilly ..n
    Interested hi etlucutlon. I
    the days when travel was not
    as easy as it is to-day Mrs.
    Nichols could be seer, making
    long journeys with her hus-
    band as he deputised for noim
    *ick clergyman in the country.
    And it was her support and bsjfp
    which encouraged him.
    She now survives him and the
    DiKtoleiKei 11* .. wde tinle will
    be offered her in her bereave-
    incut.
    \ipal Vt ill Bar
    !\rr>t K\|>- NEW DELHI. Aug. 5.
    .' will not
    lo attempt
    : ml except
    In inup that made
    the attempt last Spring, and hat
    1 try in October
    :.c-ordm to report* rMChftlsj here
    R ilinun.lu Tuesday.
    Nipal 1
    MM must bnn; I
    team of c.mibers repor*< said
    .1 ngrjofiiwl will
    .11 without 'v,

    mber team undvr
    Wyss Dunaut reached the 28.1)00
    (OM level 111 its M>iii>K .itl'ini't
    Unguentine
    Relieves pain of
    Fountain \V ill
    Play Fridays
    It has been decided tha*.
    instead of playing dal'y, the
    Fountain In Trafalgar Square will
    play only on Fridays and on days
    on which tourist ships visit the
    island. This step has been made
    necessary owing to the adverse
    iffect of the below average rain-
    fall during the last nix months on
    the water supply to Bridgetown
    and will be continued until the
    water situation ha? improved.
    Barbadian llorii Mrs. Cert rude
    Wilson, widow of the late Mr.
    B. S. Wilson, and daughter of Mr.
    Henry Stuart Thornhill. died
    recently in St. Vincent at the
    age of 84.
    The Viiieentii.il in a "tribute
    ie-lii it. d to a well spent life"
    says of Mrs. Wilson "Ilk her
    Mha sh WM for number of
    years .1 teacher, and was fOC up-
    wards of eight years Headmistress
    Of on important Government
    School In Trinidad. la fact, she
    was 11 true t ai he' throughout
    her life, and conducted Music
    lesson* three days before her
    death.'*
    "Music," the Vlncentlan con-
    Hniitii. sns pocisj
    forte, and it was in this connection
    as much as In her kindliness, her
    deep Interest in wid concern for
    her neighboursolL< those with
    whom she came in contact, rich or
    poor, high or lowher sincerity
    her willingness to spend and be
    spent that she tendered treat
    ii-rvice to her Lord and Master.
    Life Of Service
    The Article goes on lo recount
    her activities, und says -Mrs.
    Wilson's life was a life of service.
    She served the interests of her
    home* she was ever God'* faithful
    lervaOlj sha was not lacking in
    MrVka 1" the state. The beloved
    bother Of a large and respected
    family, she strove ever to promote
    unify and love among all her
    children and how far she succeed-
    ed Is obvious to all who know her
    fiuv.ily."
    Boo IBM) made her eonti ibullou
    to the welfare .if Friendly
    IocJsjUi ami Lodges in St
    Vincent, and attained the highest
    poolUbn In the Order of the
    1 I of Ruth, she was an
    mtmber of tha ndti
    Fellows' Lodne, and an honorary
    member of the Ancient Order of
    Fonosters. In addition, she repre-
    .scnted herself during it^
    with the St \'im.ent Rg
    ii-. i- (iovernment AjsjocloUon, a
    political organisation whicli one*
    functioned in that colony.
    The Vlnceiitlaii, Ix-r.
    the details of Ihe funeral ceremony
    which waf perfuoned hy tli<-
    Revd. J B, WOOmSSL (h.iliiiiiin
    of Ihe Barbados and Tilnidad
    PtatrlCt, refers to her skill in the
    An .if Tnchfns, ;"i't Mi Wih.xi ciidi' .VMUii.l tO
    pa. on to olhors gOSTW <.f the
    ' f culture ..nd genlility
    whieh miKu IM.....IOVM In her
    family circle and so respected b>
    the enllre .'immunity.
    She left to mourn her low,
    W Hk'. Wimiified Kfttl
    Lilian. Iiei lnl.11.11, to Whl
    the Advocate temlem sincere
    condolence.
    NYLON
    KHEERS
    in Plain*, strip** and
    Flwsb.
    Tht> S'incst K.\
    tSSJSSf|BS*
    WAFFLE
    PIQUE
    In Marina. Malse Emerald
    and Bid*-
    Ltnli<>sm Brm*9*9
    HARRIS ONS
    DIAL 2352
    A uith- Htiiitft'
    IM 14 III l(
    LINEN
    with beautifully embroid-
    ered blooaea. In Grey
    and Turquoase.
    to ehnmsv trwm
    HIIION
    PRINTS
    In w.eral styles Inrludlnr
    t pe. Heparates. Baller-
    Inas. as well aa ofl-thr-
    ahoalder None* >eHh
    photo print shirts.
    f'n qoodwssl
    Heap up braakfaat bowlful*
    of sweat KeUogg'a Corn Flakes.
    They're freaherrCrisper! .So
    Manyf- tha "power of mm
    and tU whoU-k.nwl vsluaa
    In Iron, Vitamin B aiacio!
    A bargain 11 goodrtim
    KeUogg's Corn FUkea.
    <**
    MOTHH KNOWS
    -. fssl two
    1. Iksl U I
    K.ll...." P.lnGl.1
    Coafon-Froiaotas Haas-
    lsf> Taba 1 lass.
    PRECAUTION
    HINT No. 2
    AlTtt A HI KICK \M
    Ik* nol lourh IMM or
    Ke|Mirl the ilnmuue lo
    Ihe l*oIic' or Ihe t'oin-
    pHll.t
    aa**^astaaBS*aa*a*aM*aaaBVaaaal>_al
    SP.'-ICIAL for
    INFANTS and
    CHILDREN and
    for INVALIDS
    "MHIfK'S BKKT Ol'ALITY
    IlKXTRIfNK"
    DKXTKOM Ii nother name
    f.-i "f.l.l IOKK"
    MDCm I.FMKOSF. OR
    oi.icosi;
    I Knergy and Noiir.
    I iMiriicii;it.']y
    For Children: 'i to 1 tea-
    spoonful 3 limes a day.
    For Adult*: II..If to one des-
    sert spoonful 3 time a
    day.
    IKK I; 3/8 per rln.
    men IICXTROHE ran
    be used m place of sugar and
    very much target quantities
    CM bsj taken than set out
    above if required
    WIVIIIt.lllllAII
    LIMITED
    *9 a ?>? ? 4*....................
    SPECIFY
    "EVEHITE
    ASBESTOS-CEMENT
    CORRUGATED SHEETS
    AND
    TURMLL
    ASBESTOS
    WOOD.
    wise
    buy
    Wisdom
    THE fTMWBfT IffilfH
    TOOTHBRUSH
    BF.CAtSE...lVfc'.onlTent
    i ** '.iiifcttihapc* hsirxlls. sod
    start ,-d..(Ti .\Uk aa help you
    ssg into vsarj invite, h-.wever
    tasi i ssachi No under mote
    SstttasflmW dvr nJuin tlupc
    ihaui dial of ny tahfi nxithhnith.
    l*urrBri.ilc Nyl^Adak
    Nrkm Junior 4ii,l Sjln
    Ms
    M.i.i sr adoii ito os Mrsrroae
    BsoiiIilul
    Gift*
    for a Bride
    r
    WEDGE WOOD
    CAVE SHEPHERD
    & Co., Ltd.
    10, 11. 12. 13. Broad Si.
    lirntalrd and I'lain
    \ AM S U.90, $4.'.'>. $'''.' $7.47 Each
    IUGS << 41, $' X5 & J6.49 ..
    II OW'I H IIOWI S S7.I5
    CKiARI III. IlllXli ............ $4.22
    flGARI Til 1ARS $6.68
    BON RON IIOXI S MM ..
    ASH IR\>S SI 44 & SI.6H
    Al ID
    Ul IX.W(K)I) IIONI CHINA
    In i).von Spmys. KilsJDHp Jiid AshlurJ
    PMlgni
    Thry tun he bmivhl in l>inner SMS, Tea Sets
    ami I Cut sstl ' huh \ultt.it Piecti
    MAKI mi ii SELECTION
    FIRST AID
    VETERINARY PRODUCTS
    KOSSOLIAN Stock Farm Condition Powder-a highly
    concentrated Blood Tonic, recommended for An i inu.
    Skin Disorders, lack of appetite, etc.
    KOSSOUAN IODIZED SALTS
    KOSSOLIAN MINERAL SALTS
    The ideal mineral supplement for animals
    with Vitamin D added
    KOSSOLIAN POULTRY TONIC
    to Increase the egg production and also general
    <..minion of ihe poultiy
    KNIGHTS LTD.
    All Branches
    WkrWWWW
    lIKI\.\
    mows
    known throughout
    Barbados
    as ihc Beit
    -H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.Distributor!
    if .
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    v


    PA 1.1. SIX
    UAKRAIWS ADVOCATIl
    WtUNtSOAV AUGUST . 1M1
    Bus Companies'' Objections To Be Heard Separately
    Following the decision of His lordship thr QlstJ Justice, / hid,^, ,hc BBBOm3*1'^
    Sir Allan Collymorc m the Court of Common Picas yester because ,hit an^t^waTotSd to
    day, to hear separately the objections of three Bus Com- Mr. Stewart.
    ponies who are charging the St. Michael Vestry with H ***' th th Insurance
    assesstntf them for t;tx. tor 195051 at u fl^uie at which
    flies the objection*, oi the National Motor Omnibus Co Ltd
    The Company did not give
    from Robt-rt Thorn Lid. andf got
    0% discount. He could not re-
    member, offhand how murh war
    expended in prt.
    fhr.f witnesses were culled for
    this Company, and alter Mr. VTTVT
    fieere. Q.C, Senior Counsel foi
    1MB Vestry, inum-ia/d that he
    would not be calling any witaco-
    ee. the ma* wa* adjourned untj
    'odgy at in 30 a.m.
    The other two" Companies i i
    th* lull are. the Yonkcrs Mot,
    Omnibus Co. I,t4., ana the fr<
    ereative Qua C'v. Ltd.
    air G. H. AJarm associate
    wit* Mr J. E Y Brancker oi
    ppeanns; far the Yonkcrs and Hi
    adonal; JJr K. W Borrow fo
    the ProEi<*-,o. ;, ( ihese are it.
    structed by, Messrs. Ycarwood
    Boyce. Soltfijora.
    Aaaociated w.U. Mr. lleere fp
    JaW D "'- -,-n more was s pant
    hT ?* *" "*. 'iiilruotc " believed he had the voucher-
    pud tor the outlaw* which
    housed tlte buao. He aid not
    have the receipt, but .m i.'i .
    would be trutde in the book.
    The item. MlaeaUaneoua, waa
    (or Incidental things like paper,
    to be repaired, bufkei,* are. *.
    a stafT or mechanics. Onr re- e usually saw all the voucher*
    lived US avefc. and the other about once a month, but ha did
    l>af. $32.30. SIO, IT, and SS re- no* make a record in hi* book
    peril vely. They b.
    bought par!- stating fur which Item* they ap-
    easaws]
    app
    After Uus the l.uiu'iiouii -d-
    jouriunent was taken, and on the
    re^un.puass, Mr Aaai*e smid iata<
    Hi5 l-earned Friend should ado|/
    ihe report of Bovell 4 aaeete
    "If m la not tuuilng, fee rauai
    havi certain specific Wings with
    were regularly kept "on the route' .WIUcn * ** l " **-**3 *
    ind two were kept In reserve tot' ** *f - " >
    Donkey Killed
    On The Spot
    ll- long *iik end nasaed Wises*
    oul "-i--i uuiiu-ni. There was one
    report of an accident between the
    miAor bus belonging to Alice Knight in
    which the donkey was killed on
    the spot
    The accident occurred about
    4.15 p.m '.ii the 1st on Fair View
    Oeorg*. At the lime, the
    veMclcs were travelling fn op*)*-
    stta directions.
    12 Buses
    The Cnmpaiiy owned 12 bu
    valued about $2,500 each. Ten
    MAIL NOTICES
    Six Women
    Doctors Join
    U.C.W.I. Staff
    KINGSTON."'J'ca.. July.
    Six doctors all wo as a
    rived la Jamaica this week to Jon
    :>* staff of the University Coftete
    Ho-pita I Five of them will >e
    House afOoers, while the isayalOinstraplst, will do mae*f.e
    m.t .lactrteel therapy y the Not
    pftal.
    AU sat are
    tract*.
    one-year con.
    i kept in reserve fm
    i- and so on. The amount
    or repairs. *I5,U42 waa in fan
    low aa sometimes more was spei
    v. He believed he had the voucher
    by Messrs. C,rrinito. SaaL ' moat of the parts bough" du.- v"v* *> "* Uw-1
    Soheitort. ing the period. --. _
    Vouti-i Claim He w ran i gasolene businash Ma** a**"
    ut that was run separately fn
    would be wildng to eapli
    Mr. Reecc, oowever, continue
    h.i irram ex m m nation. Mr. Bonn<
    ent en to corroborate evidence
    Parca! Will al IS no..n. fUfi.lrrMl fegstli
    1 0dln-r> Sbfl t 7 W> p.m
    . t* "" ^ui4if nail
    >-t>AY Wrdnvada*. (kn Au
    Hon. H. A. Cuka U Bovail fc
    said that he and Mr
    The Yonkm Ous Co. claim th^ o Bus Company. The Comaan aeS
    2-LTO --{ ffi. 'ZSZrZf* *- on th. TfSttJZlS. .aZ-iSi
    :ne other two buses one. ,
    They never kept way bills foi
    111 about a month, so the
    > figure that could be checke.
    ewnidi and ArutM by '
    vaixl sill b. Bkiia * II
    OaV* > uaw:-
    il 1 p n and O'dmary I
    TODAY Ww4i.4*t.
    a i
    rived Iron, t
    of thi. the>-
    on the following grounds.
    at the sum of $5,236. wheree-
    .nry ought not to hove been as-
    '-" I on by that, and
    (b) because the rote and asseas- * the one written In "the book
    mem are in other respects illegal *vhcn I he way bills were to be
    esjual. parlial. oppraeslve and "own away. They had pair?
    unjust.
    ^ In the case of the National Bu.
    Cu- "he>* wew assessed and rated
    . Vfl.J in "^P0171 o' proil-
    of $6,012. and hold that th*.
    shoul.1 have been iiMsai at $247
    The Progressive Bus Co wen
    aasessed and rated at 15W.76. b,
    respect of g prom QI jl,7*0. anr.
    hold that they ought only to hav..
    been assessed in respect of $1,0*5
    The caaa Oral came up for hear-
    ing on June 16. It wu then ad
    journed itne die when Mr. Adarr
    wtid that two different audltoi
    tne Vestry had retained to ex-
    amine his Companies' books, had
    not been accepted by tha Com-
    panies, but since, there had been
    the mutual feebng that Bovell t.
    Skeete would be a suiuble firm to
    vxntctne the Companies' books aim
    make a report aa to the correct-
    OWi or otherwise of the return-
    which had beeti made.
    This report was made. Whcr
    put in evktonce by Hon. H. A
    Cuke of the firm of Bovell t.
    Skeete. Mr. Reeoe said he believoo
    that the report waa true and accu-
    rate from the informauon a:
    Bovell a Skeeu His Lordslilp tnen tald, "But
    how are we to get a true and ac-
    curate one." .and Mr Recce re-
    plied that he did not know.
    trade tax from IMf to 195]
    the* had been a profit.
    They aomctimes chartered bus
    is. but though money received foi
    mis was kept separately, It wa*
    actually included in the total re-
    M ived.
    They had only begun carrying
    advertisements since February this
    .ar, out had not yet received anv
    payaaang.
    Four ... 1J48 and eight between 1MT l^t
    --,ai ex
    .'nsea in tho report, ho aaid tha
    ihs* money was paid in case whei
    'jineibing came out of an acci-
    dent. Bxplaining the one, "Inter-
    "it". h said that that was paid
    moi -y which had been borroweji
    a l v Company's behalf.
    In Respect To Garage I
    port on the facts as they hac
    uuod them by the books and Ihr
    ijustment they had mad*. They
    u*a dealt wan the question of de-
    n.-. iaUon aad got mi. Stewart to
    a me the income Tax Oflloe and
    tak that *.hey be allowed to see hi
    i cturaa, which they did. In the
    course of this they had made cer-
    taln u-diuitaunu
    h Augu mum .n. Linn Dominica. Moat- I
    itM. Aaueua, At. Km. Bcimud. i
    "ton. MalltSH nod Monirral by r
    l. l^dv RMn.% -111 I* l
    *\ \\>r GMfal Port OiTa* a* itoast
    arral Mi: and Rwi*t*rd Mail
    S bb, ordlnarv Wan .1 1* d"
    Tin AufuH ma
    He said that It did not neces-
    sarily follow that what a firm
    wrote off in its book* as deprecia-
    tiuu was tha sum allowed, and
    therefore a Vestry oould cheek tu
    see whether It waa on all four;
    with the Income Tax.
    Losses were not deducted from
    five year average for return.-
    ___ It waa conceivable that
    for four years a Company could
    ' ave registered loesei
    ade returns from the
    profit.
    It would be difficult to sa>
    RATES OF EXCHAHGB \
    Al'OUST S 1S5|
    i>ii!., iff* fOBK BarlM
    IS p> CnvQlK* on Bmkfr. TO K SV j
    4IS>I > Dni ind
    Dia#l> * 7 V w I
    I eft pr Cabla
    i I-. pr Cut..hU ia4~. ar I
    roupmu as t~- pr *
    CANADA
    41alaaraff M.wr...BdUjS) ,
    S 1-; or Chmii on Banlit'* 77 a p. '
    DtNtand Draft* SM I
    . glgkt Dra* "' ar 1
    1-- pi C-blc ...j
    ? a-, pr rurrwtty J* 9*
    Vigour Restored,
    6lands Hide Young
    In 24 Hours
    AWIfAT|Ua
    ____I and narar aa you
    Vm keen yea saa aee aad'
    _rang sowar.
    ___jsraurh#a>'r
    ui sauM re" fa*' 'ill af vigour '
    1 'TfT sad frees 10 to N yaers youni-
    r ree ataraa' ratwn th SWB4
    ift a*t*Mta'ii Uu'-isTt'. m*' i
    i-Tabs *......
    .4 vmiif
    BULOVA
    WATCHES
    Only a few in stock as
    the quota is limited.
    BUT YOUR BEST BET
    IS TO GET ONE
    They are real magic
    when it comes to
    quality.
    17 Jewels Guaranteed
    . DeLIHIA
    c% CU III*.
    20 Broad St and
    Marine Gardens
    i that tho entry "Insur-
    ince" was in respect of the gar
    sgs which boused the buseg Tl
    amounl Jf covered his ow,
    budding. llv could not remembei
    xiln.ind how much it was.
    A certain amount wa. paid foi
    extraordinary InspecUon. He used
    o give people money to use a*.
    us fare when he wanted to find
    "Ut any paiUcular thing. The.
    l-tople would be extra to the nor-
    nal inspectors.
    An amount was taken oft* for
    Mr Percival Stewart, Manag- depreciation of tha work-shop
    nig Director of the NaUonal Bu-. "quipmeni nd furniture
    Co., bald Uiat'_ his Company hao Expluinuitt nu entry "Sold
    rates. 54.000", h ^ald that that nilgln
    *ve been for tha sale of any
    Account* Ex mined
    sent in objections to
    aikd had subseoueDUy allowed
    Messrs. Bovell a Skeete lo exam-
    ine their accounts. These account
    had bean audited by Mr. Bohnc
    their accountant. As far as h<
    knew, a copy of the report oi
    Messrs. Bovell and Skeete had
    been received b> the Vestry. Kb
    Company was willing to accept
    hiissis.
    The buses did jbout HNJ odd
    Tides u day.
    _ Ke-ex&mined, ho said that the
    company had on j previous oc-
    asion objected to their returns,
    a out had afterwaiu> withdrawn
    thtur report which put their tax- Ihaat objection.
    ablr amount at 1401 32 Instead ol Mr. Edward H. Bohnc. the Coin-
    the 1347 they had previously ar- pany's accountant for about 18
    rived al i ears said that in making returns
    for a five year period, he did not
    Cross-examined, he said he had 'ike Into account a loss for some
    made returns for $247. The Com- <>f those years, but the gains.
    pany had toft 10,000 odd dollar:. The difference between hli tax-
    tor the year onding in 1951
    had also sustained lotaci tor pr
    vloul yeara.
    Asked to explain how !. touli
    show a profit In the returns and .>
    loss according to the figures In tin
    book, fie said that he did not
    actually deal with the figures, but
    Mr. Bohne..
    able amount and Bovell & Skeen .
    . .me because Bovell 4 Skeete had
    "-parated certain accounts he had
    ' fined,
    Croas-Exuinined
    C'rou-examined, be said thai i
    >:v entry of, Sold $4,000 was for !
    ume equipment which the Com-
    Ihe amount of mileage,
    was also difficult to say whethci
    the amount for repairs was reason-
    able ;r that depended on thr
    amount of overhauling which wm
    I t-inn done.
    Tha amount for wages did not
    ppear unreasonable.
    Did Not See All Vouchers
    Cross-examined, be said ha had
    lot seen all the vouchers undoi
    he head, "Repairs", nor did he
    .11 the way bUls, the receipts for
    ...sdlene. oil. tyres, etc They had
    lot made a detailed audit, but ordj
    in inspection
    Here Mr Adams observed thai i
    mless there was some patent '
    iror. ha would suggest that Hi*
    (.earned FTlend accept Bovell A
    akvete's report.
    Mr. Rrx-ce oald he had under- '
    dood that the books would be
    .udiied by BoveTl & Skeete. It
    was true that an accurate report
    isd been made according to thr
    material at their disposal
    The caaa was adjourned until
    :his morning at 1030 o'clock
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    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912
    lUKllAWl- ADVOCATE
    PAG I --I VI s
    Results Of 2'-
    Field Sweep
    8K30ND MY
    I HICKET i
    A' i/7\<. :
    First IndiaW.L
    Test In January
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    rum uAcr.
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    M Mil 1000
    Sevanlii nji |0a
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    mi. ira. rum. mi. eon. eas. mm. osoa
    BLKVBNTH BACB
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    run sau miu
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    Third mo 1)3)1
    Fourth am 11
    SS.M aarh to holder* of ticket* No..
    jom. 18M. tmo. in atis. mi. am, mmo
    PORT-OF-SPAIN
    First lest between India and the
    vw>- LMIIm will btgbi in Trinidad
    on Thursday, January. 15, 1953.
    arcording to a statemir
    lasl week by Mr. C A. Merry.
    SecreUry of the West Indies!
    Cricket Board of Control.
    It will be the first tinu- T<~t
    cricket between India and the
    Wet Indies Is played in than
    parts.
    Mr. Merry said'thai India would
    be at full strength during the tour
    and that he believed all of the
    West Indies outstanding Test
    players would be available for the
    MM
    Another disclosure by Mr.
    Merry wo* that earlier proposals
    (or the Indians to play four games
    two Tests, one Colony match
    and a two-day game against an
    East Indian Community XI in
    Trinidad had been approved sub-
    ject to changes in travel schedules.
    Bedser Takes
    13For4<5Ruiis Turf Club
    Handicaps
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    \ rownh
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    *rh lo holder* o( ticket* No.
    I I0 Ull. IITT 1170. 01*0. 0H.1
    LONDON. August 5,
    Vinoo Mankad, India's great all
    rounder will not be available for
    India* tour of the West Indie*
    attsss during the coming months. Man-
    SSI-1 kad told West Indies professional
    iMW !*<>> Marshall "ilrst class and Tesi
    looo cricket these days is too strenuous.
    10 w Rhal1 nal available for India's
    i.f tirkri* No. visit to the West Indies. But I
    Mi. *sto. 4BT1 iihall continue to play League
    Cricket".
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    Prla* Ttrfcel N>
    Flrat (MSU
    lUcond
    Third SM
    Fourth OtW IMS?
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    HXTBEMTM BACt
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    Third
    FiniTih
    -
    OSU ItSSS
    _.. to holder* of ticket. No.
    It* 1S44 1S40. 11*3 13 C6.M DBS*
    S/xtrts Window
    BASK 17TB ALL
    KNOCK OUT COMPETITION
    Pirate* vs. L s a.
    Modern High School vs. H.O.
    Old Boys at Y M P C 7>ii
    p.m.
    Table Tennis Team
    Arriving Saturday
    A Table Tennis team from the
    San Fernando Zone of the Trini-
    dad and Tobago Table Tenms As-
    sociation is expected to arrive in
    the island on Saturday next to
    play a scries of games against the
    Island.
    Dr. Noble Sarkar will skippci
    the team. Other members are:
    Carl Williams. Fenwick Deby-
    singh Arnold Mendes. Kelvin As-
    slng, Andrew Moolchan and Guy
    Yawahing.
    Mr. Leon Leacock, a CoHge
    Master, will accompany the tci.m
    as manager and the games will
    be held at the Y.M.CA Naval
    Hall. The first match will be
    against Pelican. Inter-Club cham-
    pions, on Monday night. August
    11, at 8.00 p.m.
    LONDON. \.
    QDM) bOWlIng i., \!,.,. Beds,.,
    brought Surrey to their ITUi
    championship victorv of the
    season over Notts at the Oval
    fhm play began Bedser
    n.l Blresldy rlaimwl two Notts
    wickets and needed live ol th.-
    Issjll to complete his I 000 In
    !(< untamed all
    six at a personal cost of nine
    runs u, an hour to finish with
    eight for 18. This gave him a
    match analysis of 13 f..r 46. Notts
    were all out for 84 in the first
    inning* they were dismissed for
    ni in lh,. second to give Surrev
    victory by an innings and 80 runs.
    There *.,. ., thrilling finish <>
    "the Roses" mateh at Old Traf.
    ford where the England left arm
    bowler Bob Berry held out for
    the last ten minutes to deprive
    Yorkshire ..f victory.
    The Indians* game with Glam-
    organ was abandoned without j
    hall being bowled todav.
    SrOItt BOARD
    ran 204 for nine de.
    .hired and 5 for no wicket
    Thr Indi-iiis 306 for nine de-
    clared.
    f.lu<'eer vrrsiw Somertel
    Match Drawn
    Gloucester ............ j49 for four
    declared uid 38 for one.
    Somerset 131 fcilj 265
    Kent versus Hants
    Match Drawn
    Hants ............. 138 and 216 for
    three declared.
    Ken- |5(l for four declared
    and 175 for nine.
    I.anr*Mjilrr versus Yorkshire
    Matrh Drawn
    Yorkshire...........200 and 163 for
    eight oeclared.
    Lancashire.........65 and 166 for
    NorthanU versus Leicester
    Match x'i.-.m.i..: .1
    U'lrcster 328 for nine de-
    clared.
    Northanls.......... 263 for four.
    Warwirk Versus lerby
    Match Drawn
    Warwick 75 and 240 for six
    declared (Dollery 100).
    Derl-v......167 and 87 for four.
    Worcester versa* ft.ssex
    Match Aoandonrd
    Worcester .. MO
    rlssox BQ lor six.
    Slim? l-eat Notts by U innini
    and 80 runs. Notts 84 and 51;
    Race No. It.
    STAFFORD IIWDICAP.
    lb*.
    Sweet Roeket ...... US
    Pepper Wine ......... It*
    ......... DB
    Versa*, 111
    Demure ...... ......... 126
    I.r.-J.. (aroful Annie ........ 115
    8l*inte ........ 113
    r*-tle In the Air 114
    Belle HRsvrlae ......... 1M
    Rest Owak* ......... 124
    Fltang Dridjta. ......... Ill
    Mrs. Bear ......... 114
    -1"* if Oraas .. .,..... 1*1
    Lunwars ....... ......... 1S6
    High and i ... ...... 113
    Race Ne. 20.
    ' K VIM (. \K HANDICAP-
    Apollo ....... ....... Ill
    (olleton ........ ........ 119
    Tap Flight ......... 123
    Mary Asm ..... ......... 13*
    Crotas Bow ......... 128
    M*< Il4* ........ H
    Race No. 21.
    MER CHANTS HANDICAP
    Rambler R*Me ......... lit
    ( III.Hill.II- ....... 161
    f Virdinal ..... ....... 126

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    Vpronusk ------ ........ 1M
    May Day ..... ........ 106
    March Wind* ........ 116
    (sprier ...... 116
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    ffare f/ou 'discovered*
    those iteiii'ious
    Bisvuits ?
    Kid ICalpli I)< feals
    Billy Greaves
    DOMINICA. Aug. 5
    Kid Ralpn. 158 (Barbados)
    i it 149 (Trinidad) In a thrilling re-
    turn bout of ten rounds oil Sun-
    day ;it Windsor Park. Enthusiasts
    are satisfied that the boxers were
    well matched, with Ralph having
    a slight edge..
    Btirray.............215 for four de-
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    Sussex seat MJoMle*ex by 15 Ran.
    BUMtl................... 140 and 14rt.
    Middles* 83 and 200.
    Indoor smells killed
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    BABBADOS ADVOCATE
    WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6, I KB
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    l-oaia. T*a.phi-f. tl!I IIH-1'
    o till-ITT Bhjm
    r.limaah. Uoloahaba
    in, Atidi*-
    ' AFT . )^,(f ).-.,
    CAB IMO Profoct Fort In good
    USED (AM- Wr hava an niiultlilil
    I rraii, Kond bamlna inrliaMnc Tmib-
    I all Voloa. Auatln A. Wotooloy 19 h p .
    "1(1 Parian Ctiryilar Dial Courtaay Gar-
    ELECTRICAL
    RADIOSW ii Tub* Pro Rodin In
    rrfccl working ordor A bargain at
    Phon- ato S Mn
    I loMl
    mothrr Clrm
    roltrt to root on lh. Mb Augui
    BloMorna rn> wM
    dip.
    Frionda mav forgol you but
    will wo
    Alwaya rrmcmbrird \my Inlnr
    ihuabundi. Fyrrlnii S - i
    Held idaughtrf i >
    -HART In loving momor>
    akttcr Albrrln .. I
    thla Ufa AugtMt (Mh l:.l
    bad aomo happy *ij< > tpgMCfc
    Wo had aomo aad nno* too
    But tha noddoat day of all
    WM tha day wo loat you
    Chrlotophor Stuart. Il.i.n.. M
    Coronlo. Mr. Ci.ld Hunlr Mr. li
    tVmpbaU laiaton). Cortnoy <
    i-.apltowl Bronda Hunto (noieol.
    X
    i u hi- % I
    UVESTOCK
    POITI.TRV
    MECHANICAL
    BBTTCIJSl- Throo N.w Ralalgh la
    tport Modal Cyal.. on Mlo alraod.
    mnaod. rUly^lx dollara ooeh and
    llrrrul.. rvrlc |4fl Apply it ftmlOl'i
    Oorago. Hoaburk tro'1 II"
    g g M 1
    MW WOOIIKORKINII MAt HIVtRV
    Onr
  • with motor Ono III !- Jnlntor and
    Planor i-onipku- with motor For lurthrr
    I>artlcular. applr %., Law it ronnall
    VMM
    Rrlmainoad Plant. Stoo
    e'letit (itndltlur Ownar laov
    Bavd Mrll..r, rl Mam-rrti
    M John 3S>- Jr
    nousKS
    W
    itivo aoaaida rial main road Mr
    oaoalortably tumiahad. Knin
    Opon Vorandah lacing *oa BulUbl
    BrN*\M UnlurnUhrtl. Ir.-n lat Sept
    At Bhortngham Cardan*. Maxwell i
    Coaal. Attrortlvo wall Bungalow. S had
    rooma, Garrge
    Good gen bathing Phone S Itanlol.
    4II (or appoUilmonl I U~l n
    I I i
    LAJ CAM PAN AS
    l. had Irpir
    Ml Aug lluated Srd Avenue llelleville
    contooatng 3 IkdNomt. Uving Boom
    Klhiirn. Baih. Toilet with Front and
    Boom Vorandaha aarae. Waahroom.
    BorvanU- Boom with Bath and Toilet
    in yard For Particular, phone 3TM
    BIMMTVEI.T MANOROn tho
    Beach Court Avrnur. Haiti ng* Throe
    bed room f and all modem convenient'
    Apply: Ell*.- Tourt". Mntllnga
    IIOOMrl Too liiim.hrd tima lor rent.
    Worthing, opiate the Royal Thaatro.
    Beat ftea-toathtna OarogO attached
    Phono gaol 9 IIMJji
    UNION V1IJ.A Maxwell Coaat. Cbrlat
    Clurrh. Attractive aaa-itdo t
    | bi-dioonir. electric, telephone,
    lillnd With hot-water plant Al
    convenience. Dial SH >
    ItlSI A Mil .Ml
    LOST
    irturn lo tho Advocate Advtg Oo.
    T. a iv ncBr.imoN
    Trinidad Terro/zo t'Ttpo'i ipBetBl-
    isw in all kiiuLs ut Tcrrazzo
    Decorations at tlu claQBppgl cost
    Trlnidgd or Ilalian Chip*.
    Phon.- 4476 or 0198 opposite Ehm-
    bury Court Venrnor I^tnd. Ch
    Ch. IB.
    MAStn
    I'MONK a*7". fo. vo.i OM I ^aloav-t
    'roulrarienti iJiii ritim< i-I ilea ItBM
    TNGTON Typewrttora and Adding Ma
    >Mnoa GRt'CrrrNtJH Dupllcatln* Mac-
    Mi... riling Cabtnou. Typi.t. Chair*
    Iron Baloa etc A ft Brydon A Son
    narbadoai Ltd 3 g gg- Ir
    BrwiNOTOH Amorlran ad Knglkth
    niodela now in .lock Including I'orta
    Me. gtandu'd and Lotlg ( arrlage Pimm
    my A 1 BrydPD A rtor. iPa.hado.
    MlSCEUaANEOUS
    ANTIQI ta ol every deorHpUnn. Olau.
    China, old Jewel*, nno Blfver Water-
    oloura. Bhrly booka. Map. Aulographi
    etc at OorTlngoi Antique Shop ndjolnmi
    Hoygl Yacht Club a 1 Bg-U.n
    jBrSjj
    a 11 %a- 3n
    IlirrTF.H Cooking Butter in Sft lb. 1
    II lb. Una and I lb Una Wholesale
    Retail W M FORD Dial 3ta
    HggBMIal Bfefggl |
    BMOI 1^11 POTATnRg
    rrNHM Cionajr a. c. |
    fa, MM Public llulldlnga
    ,.. .....
    g g H -hn
    ORA8B UACHDfTOno ro-rondlllone<
    Allen Giaaa MachlnO Appty: Th<
    M .-11111,11 Morwood Plantatl"'. G L
    Harford ..
    LADY'S UBEY TWEXI) SUIT, almo.t
    w, aU iwo Nav- BI.e Crepe Dreaar-
    never wornl Tclaphone BB81 .iftel
    I | bj |g
    On. TLNB-New empty l-g-llon Oil
    Tina tunable for borotwie oil at) i i*
    each Apply: Courtaay Garage
    irnnrnnw now to the Dally
    Ttiairavh Fngland'a leading Dally Now*.
    ipar now arriving tn Barbadoo bo Air
    ily a fw day. attar publication In
    London Contact Ian Hale. C/o. Advo-
    ata < LU Local RapraaonUtlvi
    Tal. Mil. "t.ajB-t.f-n
    noVPS -Vegriable Con ammo. Toma*
    htckon Vegelahlr lleef. thitall, Pra aft<
    ^reiun ol Muihroom W M FORD
    tllal MM Roebuck fttrOot.
    .g n In
    TINNED MTATS
    kjaat liecf. Corned mi
    leel. Pllcharda large
    . .1 Reel W
    US Ja. Roebuck Stree
    .ilM
    in. Mackral,
    VKNirriAN RI.1NDS--Mado lo ordei
    ill mei-i (alumlnlumi All m. a
    ..nin. Immadlale delivery Trite.
    ARTAN Metal Company c;o Barbadn-
    17 I.
    Nonci
    *-.!!. MIINI Ol TRAP) W4HK-
    Ai^lilN'
    DIAMOND WMITF HgADLHiHl 11
    .SB* at M
    lion Phon.
    hit ol the Brat aeWctod won at t' >
    it.r. Terrace rtorkht) lf.000 ..|>
    -ilh right of way to aea Apt-
    P Jones aV Co High Streel pin.-.
    ;i!7 Kr.lght- lid
    111 Booa Ice Co: Ud
    m Central Foundrv l.ld
    X13 W I Mi- nit Co- Ltd
    130 r inUUona Ltd
    141 n am Bhlppina a> Trading Co Ltd
    Thr abovo aharoa will bo ael up Sat
    -U- B) public competition at our alee.
    J inn Street. Brid|etn*i <-n Friday BU
    .i YVAHWOOM a. 1IOVCI
    Sollcltoca.
    a a la -gn
    EXBSOTAKI
    (ICiAl CBO'A
    CNoPIJ)
    WICO with name Wm India OH
    Co i a
    WICO .within a arrolli
    WU.U 'block latterai
    NOTICE IN MISKRXBY CIVE-N thai
    R.ao Standard Oil 'Antlllnl % A ol
    i'lpama Ctl.. Panama, being lb* pio-
    pHelor
    poat cirrm aa honorarijrr
    ror the SFt.A
    aa* and waB>_SM
    KXPRffBSBNCatD BIIOBTMAM) TYPIST
    nn uood apnaS raajuirrd -ble to art
    'ive A, p
    Internatiooal Trading CorporaUoo lid
    Cn-ndge M'i-i BndgetnwT'
    a a asan
    NOTICE
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    TH: BAKBADOS RBOOIKNT.:
    There will be no parade on
    THURSDAY 7th August
    The nexi Regimental rawahlal
    will be at 1700 hn. on THURS-
    DAY. 14th AUGUST
    M L. D. SKEWES-COX,
    Ifajar
    8 O.L.F. & Adjutant.
    The Baxbadon Ragdmeiii.
    ROYAL NETHERLANDS
    STEAMSHIP CO.
    I Kiill
    Government Notice
    -'HIM. P
    ^ BOBKOOP. i.. ,.
    V S BONAIRE, ath AugvitL 1PM
    M S STBNTOB, Mnd AugM't 1*61
    '' S HERA. SMh Auguat, 1BU
    BAIUMO TO gl ROM.
    M*. WDUJBaSTAD. lain Auauat. ia
    1 "MM. TO iCIMlltli |- VMAHI
    and aaumaai ouiana
    M 1 NEBTOR. ata. Auguat. ItM
    r S PONABS. J-th AugWat.. INI
    H a sTENTOR. ath wVpiTli ia
    >\iijn<. io rsiNioAD miwr.
    % S BOBKOOP, MUi Auguat. ltfi|
    M S HERA IMh September. Igflg
    s. P. htcsson. son a co ltd
    Tho M/T moNFKA'-
    Biapt Cargo and Paaaangoi
    Dominica Anl'-ua. Mont
    Mh inat
    I rlda'
    The MV "CAJUBBEE
    accept Carao and Fhnwngoi
    Doanlnica, Antigua. Monti
    Neoia an* SI- Kuta S
    Saturday lath nut
    1 -iiUpifi ralephaiu
    I li. I
    .ti
    Standard Oil. B A of Panama
    ir.rr.aid. by m-lrument dated Hh June.
    INC.
    And all paraona are oarned -lalii.t pi
    filruong the uitd marka
    Dated thla IM Jay of Augu COTTli: CATFORD CO
    . ..I liiStl SI'AMIAIC Oil.
    'ANTTUXSi, 8 A
    _.,d ESSO STANDARD OIL. B A
    I S.SS3n
    The Catlago tailed "VISBY" -I EAULS
    MAIJ. ROAD 'obliquely oppoi
    entrance to "Wawrkto'*'. BI
    with 13.079 aq.iarr feet of l-i-l
    A which about Mtao aqnare feet are
    tillable for Kitchen Garden ah'.
    Tho bouaa conlalna drawing and din-
    ing mama. Throe bedroom >on with
    dreaalng rooml. Kitchen etc riecUicll.v.
    ga* and Governmrni WahM aervtcoa In-
    UIMd
    InapecUon on app;icalioti on (he
    premiae.
    i
    i.le by Public Compelltl
    Jamea Street, Hridgcto.
    DAY lath Altgu't
    VKAHWtNiP A BOYtTE
    Solar I tort
    JIM I0n
    -I up lor
    ntVaUj
    The undrr.lgned will olTer for -
    by public competition at their ornpa.
    No II. High Street. Bridgetown.
    Prlday, the 8th day of Auguat IIMZ
    8pm
    BOO thdlruuy Share* ol |l 00
    R BAPIIAOOS CO-OPEHATiVC HANK
    LIMITED
    C0TT>*. CATFORD A CO
    Balieti-i
    I I W
    AUCTION
    By inMructlona ol the Aditi
    at the rotate of Bertha lotilui Sobon
    i iii -ell on Kniav Mb at I p.m. at
    ST MATTmaJ NKW ROAD. ChrtM
    Church a douhat roofed ho,.. >l.ll.
    MadM. TERMS CASH UN tAl.l D|
    HAMMER to bo removed
    \R4IIIR WrKINFII
    AorUane.r
    NOTICE
    rARlDH of -i .i iik
    During the month ol AugUlt
    Parochial Treamnr'a a. follow-
    ThurodaVB from 10 am to 3 p m
    Baturtlo" from 10 .< m lo II not
    Sighed O S COHBIN
    The Paiochii
    Michael will
    no Thuraelav
    NOTICE
    BURTON.
    Paxocniai Troaaurar
    i Mlchao,.
    AppUcaUotu are invited for the post of Road Constructioti iDgLn-
    eer, Public Works Department. St. Lucia, on a tbxes-yeax contract,
    with salary in the acale $3,840 x $240$4,800 par annum
    The applicant should fulfil the following lequlremec'j
    (a> Qualified or havepasstd sections A and B ol the Associate
    Examination of the Institution of Civil EnaAnearg;
    lb) Have had at lean five years experieme in the cooatnw-
    tlon of low coat roads, and
    {<) Should poaggga a wntking knowledge of road-rflaJdng
    equipment.
    The commencing salary will be determined according to the
    expariencc and quallflcaUong of the applicant.
    2. A temporary cost of living allowance at tha rat* of $384 per
    annum will be payable. The allowance is subject to variation or
    withdrawal at any time.
    S. The appointee hill be required lo keep a car for tha proper
    performance of hu official duties, and will be paid a basic travelling
    allowance at the rate of $182 per annum plus an additional mileage
    allowance of 10 cents for each mile travelled on duty.
    4. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and
    local orders In force and to taxation at local rates.
    8. Coat of passages for appointee and family (up to a maximum
    of 5) will be paid In first InstaiKi.' and on completion of contract
    unless person appointed relinquishes appointment before expiration
    of contract tn which case return passages will not be paid.
    6 Applicants should limn n full details of qualifications and
    experience, accompanied bv at Lias! two testimonials and a certificat<
    <'f medical (Itne&a. and should be mldiessed to reach the Acting Admin-
    istrator. St. Lucia, not later than IMh August. 1982.
    27.7.533n
    ONTBSAl .ITIAU' nw
    SSAUaJCD 1/ iJMiirii
    IHIRI UhTB)
    S 8 - rail bom Port Plrie Mae a lat. Dovonport
    .'ono Mh. Melbourne Juno lh. Sydney
    lUBB SMh, Brlabana July Mb, arrtrtngj at
    , arbodoa about Auguat SBV
    In addition to ganoral cargo thla vaaaM
    x*a ample apace for chilled aad hard
    I rinon cargo
    Cargo accepted on through tUUa ol
    I-dlng for iranahlpmant at Trinidad to
    DiiUah Guiana. Leeward and Windward
    tolas**
    For further partloulara apply -
    iRNgaa wrrarr a co. ltb .
    DA COBTA a to I Hi
    \f&Ate*x*Si~^6*
    CANADIAN MfRVICI
    a a >

    i -in
    Atifitt mh .i in. Courleav Garn__,
    Whllepark Hnad. 11 IBftl A-48 Pickup,
    (only done n.atat mllaol Kormerl, the
    property of tho Police Boy.' Club
    Damaged In accident
    Tornu ca.h Sola at a p m
    VINCENT GRIFFITH.
    Auctioneer
    III! an
    UNDER THE DIAMOND
    HAMMER
    n\y Mttructlona received from the In-
    nurance company I will toll by public
    auction al Mooara rorl Royal Garage on
    Friday neat the nth Auguat >t a n m
    allgnth/ damaged in an
    rw cadi. DAi..
    a a Mn

    NOTICE
    (OKMBMIII gCROOI.
    The following ia tho Ihu al
    candldJitea lor Open Entiance to Cum-
    hrrmere School IM of candidate* lor
    t iirioua M'hnlarahlpa have already been
    ...i.i-ittrii lo Kholarihtp awarding
    ...fhoiine.. and aucceanful candidate, lor
    uSeeS u-holar.hlpa will be notlAe.1 11
    due rounc b the varUMH Hod-'
    I ARMSTTtONG Mvran Auatln
    TAYLOlt tarl Algernon
    MikjRR. Carl DoUale
    ORAIIAM, Ver- Richard
    I WKKJIN1 Walwm Thaoprulua
    a AI.KD.S Eik Elwln
    Cl .'I NTS Winatoa A ...t .r
    I HARRIS. Brie llaraawrt
    MeCOLUN, Cecil Atbelatan
    |0 HENaTT, llallon WMloy
    11 AIJfVNE. Wlnthrop
    IT WA1.COTT. l*ater Anthony
    I I IIFiATHWAITE. Colin Patrick
    i UK l\ Cyrit M-urlce
    II SMALJ. Ronald Brln
    i ..NNFJJ. Walter Aileigh
    ]T ARCHER. Benllev Cameron
    .IllsnN. Jrflrey Elder
    HHllWNE. CUve Vernon
    9S liYNoi: Carlo Dennu
    mist Albert Llnvd Diamarh
    SI IfEBT, Hlchurd Anthony
    ;i CVMBF.KHATCM Wllfreil llufch
    BEBD. Veen.,.. O Scale
    AluniEK. Alwyn AddUon__________
    OFFICIAL NOTICE
    BARBADOS
    IN I HI: coihr Ol IN
    j of tha Cnancary Act 1808 I do |
    rrby glv.
    In purauaii
    having or claiming any aoteto. rSSM or Interoal or anv Hop or I ncumhr a nee "i I
    -ilMtlnaih. property hi -a afta. man Uoned ithe property of tho def.ndan.. tc
    hrtng before rne an account of their clmma with th-lr wttneaaoa, docuironta and
    Tu^ay or rridaybetwomi the hour* of
    iieiiH'-.i.m otner public llaildn g
    Mnoiin
    TYRA"
    "A STXAMEH
    A STEAMER
    ~TEAMKJI Due Ban
    Balla aaala >'">'
    Maatroal ii. in.. Raraw..
    July 19 Augu.t 1
    July at Juky 98 Aiigunt li
    Auguat it AuguM
    Seplembor 9 Repl H
    inurhe i
    PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
    DR. PRB0COD H O'NEAL
    i,if lo inform hu Patient- and Gem I
    l-ubllc that hi. orVe w.ll be loaed li
    vacation a. from Saturday Ind M>(i. i
    icoponlng Monday 3h Auguat
    v\\i \* i:mi;>is
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    HAI,g>* IN At't.l si
    TUESJDAY I8TH Capt L. I Mean
    Sale Aahbury. gt George
    THL'HSIlAY lTH
    Rhv S A. Eatrrhrook -
    "Alpiandrlaii Couit", Whiu I'n-
    TUEHUAY IPTH
    mlin' Hale ( helhnlme'. Chflaoa
    Garden
    rilUiasDAY 31.1 Bat II !-.!-. Balg
    -...l'Ct^',U>" lh '
    rilCIIBDAY atmt Mr. ImIi. M M11U
    Hale. "HyUw-. Maiwoll. Chrltt
    BKANKtK. TROTMAN A CO.,
    Aawtloneers
    pruflta
    Boll
    lor gl 90 Name imprinted. Sample*
    Free Abo 90 beauUful bos aor1-
    ii.rnU Wrile Air Mail CVPIuatr.
    (.AIUM CO. 7t W Huron St.. Buffalo.
    N V 38 T.BS- ItB.
    I dor tha'
    priority Uicroof reapectivflv.
    i.-nrlt. of any decree and bo
    Hi iig. i..-.. bolora
    ivportcd on and ranked arrording to tho n,
    otherwian ouch peraor.) will be prwludod fi
    .lenrlved ol all claima on or again.! the aoid
    PUmUffi: BOBALJX EBTBIJJ'-. ANN A1JJEYNE and
    THEODORF WOODLEY Al liYNE
    l(.-,..._.i| CKBBENINl At-Mt*NTX> t v>BPTN
    Proport*. Plral all that cerUtn piece or p..re.. ..f land part of the landa ol a
    Plant-lion o. pL.ce railed or known I. thr lunng ol THB HHK" tlluate In
    tho parl-h of Sajnl J.imea in thU taland conUining by ..dmeaiurement laotoro
    C U. -n old Plan Ibtroof laled the Mh da^ ..f Auguat 1881 and made bv
    > Aeroa IT 3'* Perchoa Abuttipg and Ilouri.i-
    rrh "t the r.L.1- of .L.mr. L On.kln deccaacd
    . drceaaod on land, of FUrabelh
    (.corse Gaakin but row ol Airh
    r.v,e. 0...ed ind Lilian Wegib rt.i
    IBCOb Burrowea and KIUt Plggotl Out _.
    late "f Georga Gaakin bnl now of A I. OHl
    retlona Of the iina aiea by the
    be up tn high wafon mark; th-
    PubUe Rood running North aid
    DA COSTA A OO., LTD. CANADIAN HERVICR
    HARRISON LLNE
    ODTH'ARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
    L W Clarke, Sworn ..rvr>.
    i" on ihe North on land. I,
    but now of the ratal* of
    I*wrcnce on Ihe East on land
    Mall Ihe eataie -IK T. P
    on (he South on land, lalo_____
    n.eophilua Ifoyto and on land* l.t.
    I on the W,.i on the Soaahoi. ..
    ircrdlng of Uie -. whaltver II..
    Ml of l.nd benii: inf-rs.. l..i
    . lul.ald
    vuvaly
    South from Bnduetov.ii
    duellinglioiii^ thereon ca.
    and building, m lh*
    SECONDLY ALL THAT I
    plant .Hoi or place rallor
    31', IVrche- more or leaa
    contain 8 Acre. IS1. P
    PUnUUon and on land.
    Swigh:-i.in. Togelhei
    M THK RJSK" ..nd all and gvary tt- -rectinv
    I l.n.1 erected and htillt au.ndlng -nd being an,l
    ruin other panel ol land ial> part ol the ..ud
    THE IlISK'i containlnc by e.llmaUon 4 Aci.-
    ihetng Bart ol ihe .ire. .hov.n on the aatd plan to
    Johnoon S S. "SCHOLAR"
    S.S. "SPECIALIST
    3.S. "CROFTER"
    S.S. TROJAN STAR
    Fram
    London and
    M/brough
    Cilasgow and
    L/'pool
    London
    Liverpool
    26th July 10th Aug.
    2nd Aug. 16th Aug
    2nd Aug. ISth Aug
    2nd Aug. ltXh Aug
    IIOMFWARll FOR IMI
    UNITED
    For
    KINGLMJM
    Cioae In
    Mall. Coorge Gaakin et 1
    . i*. lively but now of Uie
    .-.Uto of on* BUrkctl de<
    on land. Iota of Aaron Haynoa dtccao* bui now Of Uw- inortgagor being
    t.'ic parcel of land herein thirdly devrlbedj on Ihe West on lands lalo of Mil.
    - al. Mr Morahall. Mary Green and Charlea Branch
    ">f one Innlaa dece.aed. J. Lawnnace, Uk>
    wan, 1/ Manhall. M Toll the ntate of E T
    I Small roapoctively and on i-.rccl of land con-
    taining I Aci* 8 fhrdwa devi.ed by tho will ol Ida Juno Coppii. IQlBMH
    owner ol Ihe Mid property1 lo Violcl Itoroldinc Clarke and on I Acre o'
    land davlard by the onr Mill to Stella Monlioae Vjiigh" or ho.vr eia-
    ..Ojolning lh,- above deaoribod aUMa or THXi itMtK nlainlng by aaUmatlon
    1 Acre more or una Abutting on lands now or lale of Edmund Browatcr ga
    uther Und. of "TH* RISK" on lands now or lale of Many Ann Knight and
    m landi ol ono TuU or however tike the same la abutUng Ihe aald seyeiai
    heroditamonl-a and premiae. belna the property ol Jhc
    defendant.
    S S "BIOGHAPHKlt"
    S S HERDSMAN"
    London
    Liverpool
    21st Aug.
    25th Aug.
    For further Information apply to
    DA COSTA a CO_ LTD.-Afent.
    Canadian National Steamships
    PERSONAL
    1* public are hereby warned again,
    ng credit |o my wife UUIJVI
    ASillXlllIi .nee CAM11IE1J-' at I d<
    hold mraelf responaible for her n
    line elie contracting anv debt o
    debta in mc name unless by a wilttei
    W .Igned by me.
    CHARIJER ABHFORD.
    Black Rock.
    88, httch^el
    8.8 -' -
    '8 8>9888>aa8a88aa
    ROCKLKV 1.11 l t 1 l 11
    ANNUAL OElll DAY
    Sunday, Auk. I th-
    at 2 p.m.
    1'ri'M-m.lt lull of I'l i/rv
    ComfM'litions und
    Refre* .intents
    Members and their Guests
    Invited
    3.8.523n.
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    MIDN'KSDAY, AUCl'ST t. 1J2
    Racing Results
    a OMtUCOX SAVANNAH MONDAY, WUIH ?. IMS
    WEATHER
    Hk Mace.
    ( \l:i IM l sr \hn(li
    THAl'K K.im.
    A" "B" IMi-(1.IH
    . I br I
    (5. ills. Ml-51 Furlomgi.
    Canyonero-Irish Rook115 lbs Mr
    Landmark Wins
    Champion Slakes
    r-Thorapm12U lb*.. Mr. S A. Wal-
    \Yh I. 1 KinitsuaYfc-UindA110 lb*.. Mr. K. D
    Ed-
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    . mm KL Win J2.8I
    FORECAST $78.06
    START Fair.
    Mi J B. out
    They went up the far siielcl.
    in single file, maintaining ihlr
    positions down the back strated
    and around to the two furlong
    scratched. I-1'*' where Careful Annie chal-
    . lei .
    it- i*.,,i,,. c,-,- nw ?y*r the 74 furlong distance. Holder urged Bright lAut\<
    _" A aoearuraas They won gff (o m iovely liwa> M they came Into the hum*
    ISO lbs. Queued.: Pepper ., gpunn p*M uitr judgr* for the I stretch. and Mice LuUt.m i
    i rum pace J
    iilli:il I Mil RAtr.
    South Point Slake*
    man). five nonet
    %L80 HAN Hello Surprise (l.6 lbs.. James). Cs*tle In the Air waving -ven entrant* competing
    Star <10fl " '*" e' R* *
    1 ec) Harrow
    Sl.UB. $4.22. 1218
    Sll : Close : Neck, head
    lUlh Race : miiuhxms STAKESClaaj "F"\ **P1" Only
    (Maiden), at entry)9800 (S26S, SI 15 )?$ Furlong.
    I ORDINAL br g. O.T.C.-Bireti 116 lb-. Mr. J W Chandler
    2 RAMRl.Ef! ROSE: Of Burning Bow-Rose 111 lbs.. Mr V.
    Chase (Joseph).
    O.T.C.-Aprtl llih llfl lb*.. Mr U J

    ALSO HAN Mav Uav (110 lbs.. Yvonet). Apron.i.k (116 lb*. P.
    Ficwhen. Columbus, nib n* O'Neill- Caprtoe ui3 lb* j
    TIME : '
    PARI-MIJTI'EL Win IS.8S. Place: $1.24, SI.14. $1.22.
    1 I .RECAST *h.7o.
    Fairly Good. FINISH Clow : Neck, length.
    TltAlNER Mr J. W Chandler.
    11 lb Race
    I nil., ii s
    D8.. Mr. ~
    Rock
    Mr*
    VICTORIA STAKESClass "F
    ncrsl SMt BDUNG: h g O TC-Linseed III

    2 FIRST ADMIRAL: b.g. Admiral's Fig-Flak 116 lbs.
    i- c BvH ell < YVfMiet)
    ISAM b.b. be Flo t-win.-Betty Green 121 1L*.. Mr. John D.
    I fill (Newman]
    A!SO RAN: Minnie (125 lbs.. P. Fletcher).
    B II
    l'AHl-MrTl'KI. Win. $5.64 Place. $1.50. $1.20.
    F( K KCAST $7.80
    Fairly Goon FINISH Comfortable, 4 length, li lengths,
    i RAlfflR: Mr. S J. Rock.
    lbs: time, Abu All. Holder up, i came
    wai first, with The Thing ana
    Ttmhrook seeond and third rt-
    spwtivdy.
    AbU Ail kept the lead over the
    enure distance, but coming down
    Um bark stretch to the two fur-
    long pole The Thing was dis-
    I Timbrook. who w-1
    closely followed by Test Match.
    ! was undoubtedly. an easv
    race for Abu Ah who had a good
    lead, and this left Timbrook and
    Test Match tu.flgnt it out fur the
    :-. >>,iil ij >
    Up the Home stretch. Timbroo't
    pulled away from Test Match to
    finish second, a length behind Abu
    All, and two lengths in front of
    Tost Match.
    rOLRTEKNTH RACE
    Oistin Handicap
    ___^__ Four horse*Joan's Star. Gav-
    Only (Win- ""* Cottage and Blue Dla
    iH.in u top weight of 133 lb
    -faced the gate. Twinkle wn,
    rralrhed.
    It wus a spruit for horses
    classified "G" uiul LowssT, and
    f;.n saw young Blades make bU
    debut to the tracA. straddling
    Cottage.
    The race was off to a bod stari. |
    Joan*! Star and Blue Diamond-
    having the Jump on Cottage and
    Gavotte who trailed some four
    or live lengths behind.
    Yvonet kept Joans Star in
    front, with Blue Diamond fol-
    ----------------- lowing, mid over by the nine fur-
    Ulh Race : CHAMPION STAKESClass "A" J. LowerI1.2M |,>ng gato G.ivotle I'-ok over frnni
    LANDMARK ch,m I'vlon II-Esnerance, 131 lbs. Mr. V. Chase Up the home stretch Blue Dia-
    f Iuampti mond made I bold bid to catch
    DQ1.DRUM li f W'ndhatn-Serenlty. 113 lbs., Mr. N. M. Inniss up with Joan's Star, but Uk- "..';
    (Holder) ter finished a eomioriHin
    KKKI.ADY b t The Phoenix-Dido, 118 lbs., Mr. S. A, Bian- lengths in front. Gavotte
    thlid five lengths behind
    M.SORAN. Flleuxce'(114 lbs.. Wilder): Embers (108 3 lbs.. Diamond .....
    he*k* (123 ll. O-Nell); Slalntc (122 lbs. P. The rnce was very gjV'tt
    time returned being I minute ss
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    FIVTEEN1H RACE
    (Hi9
    3 lbs. Newman).
    Flrtchevi: Til>enan I.ad>
    TIME ; 2.33 S
    I \lll-M( Til I.: Win: $4.42. Place: $1.62; tl.lt, $l^t.
    FORECAST $19.08.
    START: Fairly Good. FINISH : Easy, 1 lengl'n. neck.
    TltAlNER : Mr. V Chase.
    I Ma Rarr : BOVTH POINT STAKESClass "C" 4V "Cl" Only
    (Maidens at Entry19*0 ($30. tl50. $$)7<* Furloogs
    1 ABU Al.i ch.c. Persian Gulf-Fair Witness, 109 1 lbs., Mr.
    F.B.C. llethell (Holder).
    L1 THIMRHOOK : r f Trimhrush-Silv.r Brook. 108 lbs., Mr. R.
    II. Mayer* li.nti liman).
    3 TEST MATCH : b.g. Vnldnvian-Mateh Play. 109 I 7. Mr. F. E. C.
    Bethell (Yvonet).
    ALSO RAN DevU'l Svmphonv (106 5 lbs., Crossley); The Thing
    (108 4 lbs.. Newman); Darhan. Jane (106 + 4 lbs.. Fletcher);
    Magic Oar> (113 lbs., J. Belle).
    TIMF l IB 1,5.
    I'AItl-MUTUKL Win $3,48 Pin.-: $1.46. 11.50, $2.88.
    KoltECAST : !13 56.
    START: Oood. FINISH Easy: I length, 2 lengths.
    TltAlNER : Mr, F E. C. Bethell.
    14th Race: OISTIN HANDICAPClass "G" it Lower$SM ($165.
    $80. $40) 5'. Furlongs
    hb. b.f Dunusk-Colleen. 121 lbs., Mr. S. J.
    br g. OT.C.-Call Olrl. 133 lbs., Mr.
    O.TC.-Marionette, 130 lbs., Mr V E.
    1. JOAN'S STAB :
    Rock (Yvonet).
    2 BLUE DIAMOND
    It. E Gill (Lulehman).
    3 GAVOTTE: h
    Cox (Wilder).
    also RAN Cottage (98 lbs.. Blades).
    TIME: MI. t
    PARI-MUTUEI.: Win: S6.B2. Place: $2.08. $1.72.
    FORECAST $11.04
    START: Fairly bad, FINISH: Easv, it length-;.
    TBAINER I Mr. S. J. Hock.
    15th Race: HKKWITH STAKESClass "I>" A Lower$900
    ($300. $150. HO) 5J Furlongn
    1 MARY ANN- b.m, O.T.C-Fiak. 133 lbs., Mr. F F C Bethell,
    (Yvonet)
    2 TOP FLIGHT b.m. Flotsam-Meads. 133 lbs.. Mr. I.. J. Wong.
    (Lutcbtnan).
    3 WILL OTIIE WISP II: br.m Battle Front-Mar.hlight, 118
    lbs., Mr. C A Proverbs, (J. Belle).
    TIME 1.08 l/S
    1'AItl-MUTUEL: Win: $1.80
    FORECAST: $1.92.
    START: Good. FINISH: Comfortable.
    TRAINER: Mr. F. F.. C. Dclhell.
    16th Rarr: BCSII HILL STAKES: t:ia*s "C" A "C2" Only (Win-
    ners)$000. ($300, 1159. $50)71 Furlongs
    1 BRIGHT LIGHT b.f Burninc Bow-Fehcitas. 116 lbs., Mr. C.
    Barnard (Holder)
    2 DASHING PRINCEflS : br f Dostur-Princess Regent 133 Hki,
    Mr. R. E Gill (Luhgunan),
    3 CAREFUL ANNIE, b.f. Rirlkan-Mnvcment Control, 126 lbs
    Mr. I.. Pantin (Quoted).
    TIME: 135 4,5.
    PARI-MUTUFL Win : $1.56. ?
    FORECAST- $2.16 ^l
    START: Good. FINISH Easy: 1 length 3 lengths. *
    I'li.MNEB Hon. V. C. Gale.
    Boxers In Training For
    Association's Competition
    AmaWur boxers arc now in entries arf being received at the
    terloul trainlnp for the Barbados Modern Hiah Sehool. aie IK might
    Boxers' Asoelatlon' llnder m bontanmeluhl under
    ;; ,'l,0,,,or.rh'n'La"',,h,r.0"lbol,"e" "J^^ "f" !* 2
    we.e.eleeted to tour Trinidad, and '*' '""""" l4'' ">kldlr-elhl.
    ... ..',.. li-.,t man hlWIIIll ""-Iar lW. URht-heuv.vwelght.un-
    onlal bouts may be staged. der 175. and heavyweight, over
    The various divisions lor which 115. .
    Beckwith Slakes
    This was the third 5H furlong
    event for the afternoon. Two
    horses were scratched leaving
    Held nf three U> face the starter.
    These were Will O'The Wisp 11.
    Marv Ann and Top night. Ag the
    gates flew, Johnny Belle pushed
    Will O'The Wisp II to the front
    and kept the mare in this position
    until the Held had got near the
    two furlong pole when Mary Ann
    who was running in the second
    position, challenged and toon
    over. Top Flight also moved up
    .,5 Wdl O'The Wisp II began to
    fade out the picture
    On entering Ihe bend for the
    straight. Yvonet pushed on Mary
    Ann to get home first an easy
    Clone, by three length. Top
    Flight was second ten length
    front of Will OThe Wisp II
    SIXTEENTH RACE
    H.i-h Hill SUks
    iMi.rol Annie, Dashing Prln.
    nyt gnt. "right l.igHt were the
    Uiree st... 1st!*, Doldrum and High
    And Low having been "cjwd.
    The event was over 7V, fur-
    longs, and gelling off to a good
    -tart. Holder hustled Bright Llghl
    " A^hc? wen, pasl lb. ludgc.
    for the first time, II was Bright
    Light a length away from C,
    fu"Annie, with Dnahl
    lying third^___________
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    (;E0UGET0WN. Tuesday.
    The B.G. Athletic Club at
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    71 V^rds Ladles' Flat (A Oafi)
    (lj ('. Masdammer <2) FJIeen
    Finns. (3) N. RawlUis.
    Time: 9 *cs.
    HHii Yards FU! (Open)
    tl> C. Curnrnlngs (2) J.
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    Time 1 min.. 59.2 sees.
    5 MUe Cycle InternsUonal
    (I) Antonio Demichelli (Vene-
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    Vene/.ucla); I*p Prize, Cacclunl.
    Time 12 DnlnS., 392 sees.
    11*11-Mile Cycle (Ladles Open)
    (1) B. Clarke (2) J Marshall
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    Time: 1 niln.. 19 se
    KM Yards FUt (A riaas)
    (1) M. Payne. (2) C. MoPlicr-
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    Time: 9.8 sees.
    1 Mile Cycle l .!. Open)
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    Time: 2 mins., 48.6 sees.
    9 Mile Cycle (Open)
    (1) Gordon (2i Antonio Demi-
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    Tune- 23 mlns. 1234 sees.
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    Three Take Over Regency In
    Egypt Until Faud II Old Enough
    1114 I IVIVI. TIIK 'l
    W.A.F.Ds. Expel
    Twelve Members
    By WALTER COLLINS.
    CAIRO, August 5.
    GYPT ushered in a new era on Tuesday as three
    regents who will rule the country until the young
    king, Ahmed Faud, comes of age, were sworn in :.t
    Abdine Palace, a former residence of exiled King
    Farouk.
    The Resents, Prince Abdel Monen. F.inuk's cousin.
    independent politician Ba*i KI Hi me liai.ikat and Colonel
    Meliana. leader in the nimy hierarchy, and a representative
    of "strong man" General Mohammed Naguih. took office
    in the throne room of the vast palace which was once;
    Farouk's residence at 17.10 G.M.T.
    Premier Aly Maher and his Cabinet were present at
    the ceremony. Immediately prior to the swearing in ivre-
    mony. the Cabinet, wearing formal grey frockcoats met
    with Maher.
    Meanwhile Wafriist sources ----
    Tuesday criticized Ihc party
    executive for the
    which
    ben was handled. Three former
    and nine former Mem-
    bers of Parliament were expelled
    from Ihe W.A.F.D. Euypt's most
    powerful political machine for
    failing to toe the party line. The
    official Ward 1st organ Al Batagh
    said thow expelled from the party
    were given no chance to defend
    themselves.
    In the long criticism of the
    purge editor Mohamed Abdii
    KakiT "aid there was considerable
    confusion evident in the party
    Executive decision to expel mem-
    bers without investigation and at
    Ihe same timo set up u commissioi
    of enquiry to look into the
    charges against other members.
    Hussein El Guindi former Min-
    ister who was one of those ex-
    pelled said the W A.K.D. is head-
    ing for ;i split which might move
    It from its position as the mosi
    powerful Egyptian ixilitieal party.
    Youths Instigated Purge
    Gulndt said the purge had been
    instigated by a group of younger
    Wafdists led by former Foreign
    Affaire Minister Mohamet* b^U
    El Dan. He aald it ii.d in-wn-
    turn following General NafcJfb'-
    military coup July 19th.
    Informed sources said the
    W.A.F.D. executive is considering
    further disciplinary action re-
    garding alleged corruption and
    malpractice within the party
    ranks.
    Committee members charged
    with investigating the alleged cor-
    ruption include Salah El Din who
    I i nines slated Ihnt he i:
    opposed to Faud Scrag El Din
    Party Secretary and right hand
    man to Chairman Mustafa El
    Neha
    The opposition organ Iseral
    hinted that El Din is attempting
    to replace Serag but Iron discip-
    line prevails among the inner
    circle rf Wafdists and any serious
    rifts between the two men have
    nlwavs been smoothed by Nah
    The W.A.F.D. holds 107 out of 100
    Senate sent* and 220 out of 319
    eats in the dhsolved Chamber
    of Deputies.
    -VV.
    King Feisal
    Will Tour U.S.
    WASHINGTON. Aug. S.
    The State Department said on
    Tuesday thai King Feisal II of
    Iraq is due in New York on Aug-
    ust 12 for five-week visit to the
    United States. The young King,
    who Is expected on the liner Quren
    Mary from England, where he has
    just completed his studies at Har-
    row, will ascend the throne next
    Hay.
    On hi;; unofficial visit here he is
    i be accompanied by Prince
    Abdul Man his uncle and Hegenf
    of Iraq, and party of six. After
    spending tour days in New York,
    Feisal will fly to Washington for
    ihe Week-end. Here he will be
    lodged at Blair House, the official
    government residence for high
    dignitaries and some friends of
    President and Mrs. Truman dur-
    ing their three years occupation
    of the White House.
    One State Department official
    said that the tour was arranged
    so as to provide the young Kins
    with visits to as many and as
    varied irrigation installations .-
    possible, flu- tentative itinerary
    provides for the party to arrive in
    San Francisco by train on August
    24 for a three-day visit. Then the
    Royal entourage will mc -r d
    the Pacilic Coast to Los- Angeles,
    where side trips will be made to
    nearby reclamation projects and
    to the capilal at Hollywood. It
    was thought possible that the
    King might even have time to take
    In a small California town.
    | U.P.
    \ianv Burn To
    Drafh In Bits
    Oollisiou
    TEXAS, AM- *
    Just he-*/ 111*11 > person*
    died In flaming hell thai re-
    sulted when two Greyhound
    buses craahed south of here
    tarty yorterday, remained a
    m.lrr> to-day. At least 28
    bodies had been recovered
    limn charred! atsanhlea of
    Ihe but 37 pimil high-
    way I Users but a pile of
    .-furred Mean and bane re-
    mained for classification.
    Twenty-five persons were
    injured and the- heat waa act
    intense that molten metal
    and ft-lssa poured ui little,
    streams across the cracked
    highway. Police believe that
    some bodies were cremated.
    Meanwhile officiant of Grey-
    hound Lines, loesl police,
    and the Texas Department
    of Public Ksfrty tried to
    find out what happened and
    why the peedlng- vehicle*
    rammed together and burst
    Into tlames about t a-m.
    The. two young driver"..
    Mllbury Berr* Herring
    and B V Malone among the dead, were pilot-
    ing their vehicles through
    the pre-dawn blackness of
    Central Texas. There waa
    wild panir. horrible misery
    and death aboard the bus.
    OuUlde there waa death In
    biasing gasoline. OP.
    Concern Deepens
    Over Mid-East
    B> HAROLD GQAatD
    LONDON. Aug. 5.
    Concern lirepened over luiion :u
    authorities look stock of I Ush trend
    in Egypt and Iran. Week-en cable- from Cairo appa
    gave sonic observers Kruupi iur optimism on then n
    of the way in which Prime Minister Aly Maher and Gen-
    eral Moharnm.'d Naguib (inn to handle extremist*- in
    Egypt, but in official quarters here no firm hopes have
    been expressed. Naguib Is Been as on unknown quantity
    Although he formally st.ited Kobodj here thsssssrn* that Corn-
    that the Egyptian army will keej
    out uf politic-, it Is doubted herf
    whether he would be able to ie-
    m.in alc-f if poUUcUni fall U
    deliver the goods, th.it is, intro-
    duce land reform, check corrup-
    tion, and get an ,i'kt;iii.h ,,n th<
    Sudan
    Their i> UtUa eontldrnce hen
    m Al> Maher pergqnall) lit da
    said he intends to govern with I
    Cut-aicl and parliament wlndh
    apparently will include inn.
    names already familiar as unre-
    lenting npimneniK of Britain.
    Army Backing
    If this mean* that Want jNMt)
    leaders will resume their preui-
    dication tactics, it is doubled hire
    whether Aly Maher will be .01-
    lo hold on to .in office v Ittgmi
    the open backing of the array.
    but reports from Cairo indicated
    that the rel backers of the army
    were the Mosler
    | who st..nds patient ..
    with Britain until th Nile vallv
    *.W7* "sL a" la. ll 1 lir' uniflod under Egyptian rul.
    Wipe l*Ul KeOelrJ and the last Uritfah soldier h
    * I Iff", the Suez Canal Zone. In liv
    SAIGON. Inuo-Chins, [army itself Nagolb's youngv
    August 5. offlcers* fully support these d> -
    King Norodom said that Sle- mands.
    <'. 11 ii hi wi inn \i'm\ to
    hanouk's Cambodia a army soon I
    will launch a fullacale offensive
    to wipe out scattered remnants
    of various rebel froup* according
    to reports reaching here from
    neighbouring Cambodia.
    Ttao reports said Cambodian
    forces will swing into action ri
    about a fortnight after the rainy
    period etui5. The largest and best
    armed single rebel group Is the
    200 strong terrorist gang of the
    Nationalist leader Son Noff Thanh.
    whose army holds sway over the
    tiny strip of Cambodia in the i
    Ko'ilens forests 110 miles nor to
    of Pnom Penh.
    It was announced over rebel
    radio that Vietminh rebels soon
    would come to his help and the
    expelled French within five days.
    U.P.
    Most observe
    feel that the new regime 1
    Egypt, if ll Is to retain populB
    support will have to cany oi
    the old lln* of nn'l-'mperlBllern
    which could easily lead lo am
    direct action against British'in*
    terosta In aVyyt
    Kifypt has much party
    Crength but if U Ii . fact thai
    CommurOst agitators aUegedly
    And bo many ready allies In
    Egypt ha* It cararn onncern hni
    rom Teberwn over t
    """a ronahb lhal
    aarni Uuatton i- betna duplicat
    ir Iron Prim* Minister Mohai
    gh hai een iv
    anpisKsXlemsad powers, voted by
    hoth the Seri.it,. and the M.i.lis
    AH reports' LndttBats tnai
    degh ha* broken with thi- Com*
    ii'unist Tudch p t'.l".
    HON. V
    Ch .in (tier
    Mi Ho
    ,. ,iAIi|: ,, .... i:.,. oaj .uri Bmht ligat rteMri ... laa iflM Dm v si..,- Bn i D
    - iimkiiiri the pre*entJtion In ths picture reading fiora left _to_right are- -Mr J. E Edwards.
    U* Nobrlga, Ml
    Maurice Skinner. Hen V C. Qale. Mi A. 3 Bryd*u and Hoiuat. D Chandler.
    British Clergyman
    Performs Iliiulu
    (Jeremony
    COlwOMBO, Ceylon. Aug B
    limtherhesd A Kritiati chnsiian tlcrgym, .
    i rieg->iiatian* trie Hobiiv*">ii en
    on Tuesday by jh-i forming ihc
    Hindu aaremotij of Rrewalkina
    befors 1,000 pllgrlrns at Ceylon's
    f.imous shrine of Katai
    Roniaton who recent 1> chlsvad
    uni sup-
    prtlng Indian and < i
    here thereto practice ..f inew.aking waa
    * watehsd by two oabtnel mlnUters
    is he svvUead I earai
    flowing ooals bbbhI i-nly in a polr
    Afterwards he entered U Rsplsj
    Ui i>i"i> with Hindu pilgrims.
    D.V
    Coloured Law Breakers
    Threatened With Whip
    \ prrsRSBtnia, south africa, au. t
    PREMIER Daniel Milan's administr.ilion may slillrn
    Its racial soKroRatiun law in an oflorl to stamp out the
    growln impaiRn bein staged by the coloured
    pdpulaUon.
    Ju Uce Minister Charles Swan told ., public meeting
    her* thM the Government will not hesitate t" Intreduce
    new Iri'.islation
    Mulla Bggtonfaaf
    DtsleiHe Exenlnrfli
    MALTA. Aug. i.
    The bl| I ussaBOB
    of Mall., exercisss start Ml TUSS
    day Bight, vvhen .ill Anniit:i"
    fleet Uin .'I in the
    i. i .Iiiiib With It.A.r'.
    bontberi fr..m Britain *
    -he tinv island bs 'I"'1
    t. mled dtir-
    un by the
    RAF.
    U.l\
    -% IVIWIH
    Dr. Fernandez
    Dies In London
    From Our Own Cormpandenli
    CEORGETOWN, B.C.. Aug. 5
    Dr. Harold Pacheco Fernandez,
    B.G. Tuberculosis sperialist. died
    in London Monday night follow-
    ing two emergency operations.
    Forty-two years old Fernande*
    resigned as Mtdical Superintend-
    ent Derbyshire County Sanitorium
    to take over T.B. work In his na-
    tive British Guiana In 1948.
    He visited Trinidad in October
    last year to attend lectures and
    demonstrations by a U.K. medical
    surgical specialist.
    He left for the U.K. on leave
    last March and represented B.G.
    at the Third Commonwealth Con-
    ference on Health and Tuberculo-
    us last month. He Is survived by
    a widow, a mother and two
    brothers Mmiu, ex-inter-colonlal
    .rlcketer and Servyn.
    Disaster Relief Within
    Red Cross World Approved
    TORONTO, August 5.
    LATIN AMERICAN delegations to the eighteenth In-
    ternational Red Cross conference claimed victory lor their
    plan to establish a regional disaster relief organization
    within the Red Cross world. But officials of the League
    of Red Cross Societies who are striving to prevent the
    movement from being Balkanized in regional pacts said
    that the Latin victory was a small one.
    Central and South African delegations succeeded yes-
    terday in getting a conference adoption of resolution re-
    commending approval of September 1951 agreements
    arrived at by a seminar on disaster relief held in Mexicn
    City. The seminar's results were later approved by the
    Sixth Inter-American Red Cross Conference also held in
    Mexico.
    day, International Headquarters
    officials said, does not mean re-
    The gist of the seminar's objec-
    to organize the l-iitin-
    American Republics on a regional
    basis to speed relief aid from one
    country to another In the event of
    a major disaster. It has been the
    objective of some Latin Red Cross
    societies, notably that of Peru, for
    nearly a decade.
    Bm the League of Red Cross
    societies international headquar-
    hsTI ba Geneva does not want a
    worldwide Red Cross movement to
    be divided into regional pacts and
    groupings. Only it could have
    ,- sentatives from 71 nations such as
    the meeting now in progress here, i
    Approval of Latin American
    disaster relief resolution yeirter-
    rtM number of coloured people
    serving Jail sentences for delibei-
    iilely breaking laws, mainly l-y
    using "white only" entrances at
    ti -mii si.iUons Is mounting dall)
    throughout 'south Africa
    rna oaiTipaun is m-guiu^d by
    lor.rid ptoplei* assoela-
    is liming ul winniiiK !
    fmni uf unjust colour legislntiun.
    Sv.nl said that Ihc campaign
    had created a serious siluallon in
    th* ..mntrv NO (iuvernment
    would allow the things now being
    done by the African Nationul
    Congress, the South Afri.an In-
    dian Congress, and other orgaui-
    itlm he oil Up to now,
    offender), lUlsSJ baan asntsnead to
    short Jail lerms, usually uruund a
    ik. but one Judge recently
    mi '. li..i Mi lull ilh Whlp-
    ulng
    South African
    Cabinet Minister
    To Visit The U.S.
    WASHINGTON. Aug. 5.
    A diplom.il)r olllcial said on
    i luit South Africa u
    trainee minister Ntanotas Havsnga
    v i II confer with Sereiai> ol
    ...ti -. Deali AiIuk.ii, Si'ir>t.u>
    ,i tha Tfaaauiy John BDydari |>''
    ither high Igval ofAciati foUowlng
    his arrival Mil 00 BsVlembtl "-
    He said Havenga will BITivi Ul
    NW Vink mi August |8, ,ind will
    go riMin than atraet to llexioo
    lily for ttM annual mast log ! tin
    Int.......ttooal Bonk 'and ntooetai j
    fund n< uaaaratood that Ifavansu
    '.,-. |>SM fOUl ,mu b tha ant vuit
    f . S'.ulh Alrlcan cabtDsi ttsln-
    At T. E. C Bethell*.'.
    field of -eveii Mi R
    :-hestnut COlt,
    II Mayer-'
    Ten To Explore
    Underground River
    FRANCE. Aug. 3,
    cognition of Inter-American Red
    Cross group as a separate entity
    The Conference's action merely
    adds weight to the recommenda-
    tions made eleven months ago that
    countries co-operate closely In the
    event of disaster In the area whlli
    waiting for relief supplies to comi
    from other parts ot the world.
    Th- conference yesterday also
    took another step on the way to-
    ward trying to get civilian relief
    supplies to war ravaged areas of
    North Korea. The resolution was
    adopted unanimously but Russia
    and her satellites abstained.
    l.P.
    XPtM
    Ten
    T .-'!...
    underground riv
    Ihe Pyrenees BX
    French-Spanish
    Physician Mi
    i prei i
    descent U) BD
    r 1.600 I'
    ill lead
    Ihe purty on Wednesday Into uv
    Pierre Saint Martin Caverns
    discovered in lMi and invesLBal-
    cd la&t year. The group
    well below the 1.170-foot d-pth
    already explored Ul Order to test
    the theory that an underground
    river feeds Ihe Knytueu, cascade
    which springs from the mountain
    aide about eltfht miles from the
    ,cave entrance. U.P.
    wivm.v*. Till-: sri'.tvAiiirs M.ihis
    '*" j ' '
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    Goahead Meets
    Huge Sucerss
    LONDON. August 5,
    h Hulfurd Reddish Gaal
    , >e year old Clsainnai
    Managing Dttactol ol tM B
    Portland Cement CiMiipany, hit
    high bpoU taday with his one
    llion steiitng worta 'A oaa
    id a half per cent, unsecured
    benturM
    Dealings started in debentures
    I ning at record
    Tnjum of 23
    the Issue pesCa Of DOT In active
    hnsUngi Mi,, pi leg reee furtl
    bafora lunch
    lue to one UUng Tne dl
    rarry the option to ubtM
    year at 10s. 6d., u giin
    As existing share. .
    it 2ls. x right.v bbm ogsttea ia a
    /uluablc one.
    i!< *Ord lUddish has al.vaya
    Keen a man of idea* Tbe
    f this Issuehe. wants the cash
    fni his cement planU In Trtl
    I An ti ih.i I. ..-
    it h :
    I guud '
    here this
    _t;.p.
    Abu All" (Hold.', up), wiiiiuiik tlie Boiilli Point lUkes fioDn
    "Trlmbrook" Lutchiu.iii up) Is In Ihn se'Otid plsca.
    Loan Will luiahlr Australia
    To Work Uranium Fields
    WASHINGTON, Au
    United State** offlcfaui Mid on Tug Atomic
    Energy Comtnl g^cpoi^linporl
    bank will giva ;i tubfUntia] loun to Australia foi fforitl
    new ur.iiiiuiii fields, ind al < thai .'
    to >x|)jiiit ui.iniiiiii iiiiiniifaclunm pJantl iii South Africa
    Jon gtn td
    niK HI
    Illness Of Sailor
    Causes Disclosure
    Of Naval Secret
    I lint: \\ iMiiH.t Terrorisl Flare-up
    TUNISIA, Aug. 5.
    three persons VTBN
    . srotuidad wfneo laaUenU-
    Had tarrorlata submachine
    nd blasted w Ith ban
    .* Kal i Bra
    before n
    night Mvaral terrorists rldmg la
    gutoBWbito roadi
    swoops on Mil isolated restaurant
    ipraymg with submachine gun
    imii.-i. .i rowd of lea rllli d Tun-
    Ung on i ter-
    race. Thiru pt'i 'Hi- I!
    inn Nnlional.s- fell with bullet
    wounds befoii | dis-
    persed in the night in the
    swoop terrorist.-; It.'-
    Grenade-; on n buUdil
    window* end doors. Vletinu were
    hospitalixetl. Police baUevi
    the same teiTOrial gang that
    machine gunned .i reaturent "n
    otner ilda ' Souri Eeel lu
    killing two i ,: si\
    Tuiii ini
    r.p.
    I/JNDUN, August .>
    Tlie llllicas ol .. IliitiMi s.nb.r
    ba Admiralty to-day to
    uli-ntity i>( a secrot
    warfare defence ship nperating in
    lie All.ir.ln- TI'
    converted tank lending ship Ben
    Lomand i K iui a speed
    if i3.r knot-, gad ii ooo
    >t 64.
    They ^ml that Ihe recommend. r<
    lion by the Atomle Energy c:om- the Co.
    missi'-n t,( thi> Exivrt-Iini-art
    r loans Un uranium pro-
    duetton mearui that the bunk vill
    grant loans once list
    -.ul Tlu'.v .ii'i '.In-
    ill I...in inoiuv ti> A .
    lo buy machinery to work and
    process ueaaiiurn In South Aoatra-
    I ia and Northern Territory uran-
    ium fields.
    loitlnf
    June the
    I
    necessity for
    possible.
    U.P.
    i mi; iv ft VAJWs
    PAXLUtUffl i n;n in
    OTTAWA, Aug. 4
    4 People Die
    In Plane ('rush
    Firemen fought for nvo hours
    early to-day to stamp out a stub-
    They unclet 3tml that the Alomio born two jdurm blaze win. h bri ke
    Energy Conimisaloii full agrees' oat in the dmn..- 'if Parliament'*
    with the Australian Prime hhtorlc lihrary. Water dam...
    Mmlstci. Hubert Menzle.;. that the valuable 5O0.UOO book coUei foi tha first time, it
    dollar- atsould BH BearuBJ ; > boo .<.-,,. expected to run Into hu
    oon as possible to enable the drsds of thousands of
    ucmium fields to be worked. They ..re lost. XI
    The thin di bgi n
    lafanoa gadoel aerai arerfaa un-
    der hush huab conditions for three
    Oil 15 miles olT the
    luter ib-brldes.
    and ejtperunental
    aiumals Uuluding sheep, goats uiui
    pigs and laboratory equipment
    ate aboard. Patrol vessel!
    Jl oaher shipping sway from the
    prohibited gone aitero the ship
    opatataa.
    When sailoi Derek Carroll 28
    whs taken from Uie ship to a
    '.< -i>.' il on Island Lewes yester-
    d..y with a mysterious ailment
    Hie admiralty identified the vessel
    dded tersely
    MIAMI. Kloiida. Au.
    A priv.it. ( 11 I
    crippled by |esna I
    crashed ;ual OgplodasJ '' M
    International Airport Lite last
    nifht InstenUj killinu four per-
    sons aboard. W Essm.s Bald the
    big two-engined plane plowed
    into the laadfOg &
    .m.i : < .ii rae li
    .
    crewmen aari t"
    rwciity niifiLii' 'iipt-
    Ing to land, the pilot radioed that
    conlrula of the ailerons in the wing
    assembly were Jammed, accord-
    i-ul >n* to P**1"1 officials.
    Z ,1 The plane was owned b^ I
    .'.. Weesner of Miami, mi Ofl
    Resort Airlims. | Un*g)a i
    of non-scheduled frelgh'.
    passenger flight service. Thl
    plane was not out for pas-.
    i r
    i-jthat CJlTOlla ailment "h;
    DOnaeCtioa with In-* employment
    hi th.' it ! f.r.
    Swedes Protest Again
    HI. V CHASE'S Landi
    The ae of tea was ta
    ph api winning the Steward'} Sta kes en Bstaroay from Mr.
    lariest of the day. .__ .. ___.....
    R E. Oill's Bell.- Surprise (Lutchman up}.
    STOCKIIOI^f. August 5. n of the note
    The Swedish government seari I lilh i coanwnlque frooi
    .i new protest note lo the Soviets U
    day against j Russian pon -tatemitits
    M tw unarmed Swcdkrh ted In Bus-,
    airplanes over international waters elan rhe .nlerv;ew
    in ihe Eh organ ofl
    An aoawaring luaaslan note was the Riualan r.avy.
    ish charges against Russian flyers, tin h.ive *hown no
    Oovananant re- desire to co-operata In finding
    patted its preaaal >rgaa out the n
    brought up by the Russians In at! adish pumej.,
    end stressed th i
    n:i | to v Dougla ijk r< 3 dtiap-
    h'lng th.* !-
    : forum -ln
    -
    Office comrir operators
    iieen found, hut search

    On June Id an unarmed Citnlina
    "Lino 'iking part In the search
    tor th. Dakota was attacked by
    tWO M I.O. jet fighters with their
    Russian r. visible.
    atackj on
    plane destroying
    M engine and injuring membeTi
    of the crew. The Swedes crash-
    the water .in-', the crew
    P by a
    brighter, The plane wnk.
    Th two ggfacla were the sub-
    ' peeted notes between
    S\ ede jnd Russian govern merits.
    U.P.
    Radio-Teletype Service
    Inaugurated In Leading
    W.I. Newspapers
    NEW Y< UIK. A
    Radio- rafjat] '* la m-
    iii^ netvanapeni u i
    In Ijitin America end 1
    ! :.
    the Associated I
    M-mbers in that en I

    ami with the InltJ
    service com.rs .loser InteeJI
    A.f'S.. d.uly radjoi i
    i.
    Latin America.
    Part of the Baa Bqul
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